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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 14, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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And Away We Go!
;; Two Bradford County "farmers." Vernon Reddish (behind
I wheel) and Bob Paterson are Impressed by wood-burning/ tractor -
"; shown by its owner Bob Margrave of LaCrosse In a gasification -
demonstration at Gainesville last Thursday. Margrave
Council
Now Goes
to r I designed the wood-burning tractor unit largely by himself, with
a little help from IFAS (Institute of Food and Agricultural
Sciences). It saves him over $50 a day in fuel costs for his farm

byCarlTilley spoke in opposition to the reclassif- opinion of the North Central Florida operation he says.
Regional Planning Council that if
BCT Staff Writer tion.Plans
The Starke Planning and Zoning for a housing project for over half of a parcel is zoned BP, the '
Board voted unanimously Tuesday elderly persons have been abandoned remainder of the parcel automatically fl------ r :.
night May 12, to designate the entire but new plans call for non- carries the same classification. L: ., 1
tract of Powell Estate property on subsidized rental apartments for Pierce added in his letter that if the '
j Bessent Road as Business Professional middle-income tenants are to be built zoning commission upholds the opinion ', ?:i4' 'U

paving the way for a $1 million there. those opposing can appeal to the
:1 dollar multi-family housing project. City zoners voted after reviewing a City Commission. Rauhofer said after I r
letter from City Attorney George H. the meeting the real fight will come "
1: Wayne Shipman and Ron Rauhofer Pierce stating they can uphold the Tuesday night before' the city com h arrq arDgy

mission.
Shipman said he made a study of
: Da Labor to be Used the area before moving to Bessenl r A _

.. } Road and found everything in close r N ,
proximity to his home zoned residential -
and objected strongly to the zoning
" board recommending the changeto
To mild PMR Classroom business professional.

"I didn't want to get a place wherea 'g- -e
Pantry Pride or.an all night food ,
, Day labor will be employed to build Salley based the cost on a similar project store would come in next to me,"said 5
" the double-sized portable PMR in Baker County, but inflation has Shipman. -r'---
: classroom mentally retarded) caused prices to rise rapidly since Area residents questioned the possible :
:, this summer at Bradford then.
conflict of interest with the city at
., Middle School the school board The school board had hoped for bids torney being involved in the projectas
decided Monday night, May 11. from local home builders, since the attorney for the city and advisorfor
Bids from three area contractors project is simply a frame building the Planning and Zoning Board as 4I
: came in 10000. over the $39,000 the but got none.Architect well as attorney transacting the sate [
school board has to spend on the of the land. '
frame building this board is planning, to Plan
The board also voted to recommendto
Board member Rodney Hall's i si' ; -
sugges- BMS Cafeteria Work the City Commission to accept the _
tion to use day labor this summer was The board _
agreed at Monday site plan. The City Commission wit:
accepted by the school board ana night's work session to ask Architect make the final decision on the protect. '' "1NarY i
Supt. Tom Casey but more reluctantly -' Salley to work on plans to alter space' ,When Starke' comprehensive land t _5. ,(li .+,. 3. ,1w

,'tIWI"t by Director of Operations Lennard in the middle school foe:si cafeteria.-< ;.USb' plan was adoptedjn 1978, sore IXacrttTM PhotoBy Carl Tlttey
...._M.. ....'' **!!lster'whos*''responsibility 4t t.will: _'. The board still has reached nrf;decision tht?property.were ctaswtfteeS .;* Hffave Hoi'The Starke Is In the use of : asifit'ulloii '
6e' to find 8omebGdy.who can complete -' the' first of two gaslflers, designed to convert one pioneering wood-chip {{
build buslness
how to
find and
to six
on money as -profesatonal acres
the Job before school starts next BMS which is B in resident generator at the city power plant, was unloaded here Mon for the generation of electricity and the proud'pc unit
cafeteria a project : classifiedi.aasingjfafnily will first of Us kind In the U.S. The
fall."We the list of tial. *. day, and the second unit is scheduled to be delivered here here be the 11I'allm- I
priority projects approvedby
Gulf jectis being financed by a U27.IIOCllrllllt fiuiii. tin I>CMI-
build (
can them portable the State Department of Educa- The city ordinance provides that if later this week. The units were constructed by the
classrooms) cheaper ourselves. We" tion. The board must complete all A the land use plan divides a land parcel Wood Co. of Dunellon and will be mounted on concrete nest of Energy
can also save money with day labor, priority or classroom space before into two zoning classifications the en- pads on the south side of the municipal plant.

Hall said. any state building funds can be spenton tire acreage may be given the
"Dead right! said Chairman J.R. a cafetorium. Classification on the larger parcel. WOOD POWER
(Jim) Lawson under his breath. the Middle Joe Williams board
Hampton Elementary, member expressed -
"Do we have anybody who can School Starke and his
Elementary concern over acceptingthe I
supervise this job? asked Board Southside Elementary have site plan without a full study of it.
Member J.T. Parrish. Then came a classroom needs. Oldest Fuel Has New FutureThirtytwo
lengthy discussion in which the board Some $250.000 in state "We have so far approved a recom-
boar mendation be to the ," said
brought Operations Director Register monies will be available to the to sent city
around him the board Williams. In addition, Williams added
by assuring
this but about the
coming only truck small electric
meant to hire additional help, In addi- board year build that he would go along with the rest of hundred miles on a cord trailer.La a generating
the the
can and Dr. La Fontaine Lincoln
way
tion to Register's regular staff. dozen or to classrooms and the board in approving the overall site of wood? Fontaine, an expert in the fieldof plant,
Register pointed out his staff Is Involved still necessary have left over for a BMS plan on the condition that in the biomass conversion, conducted a "Wood is mankind's oldest source
in tearing down A-Building cafeteria money Is to build portable future, all site plans be studied in Well, that's what Dr.Harry La Fon- seminar Thursday May 7, at Santa )C energy and yet our hardest: job to-
and in doing regular maintenancecalls classrooms itself. depth. taine a Danish engineer pioneering In Fe Community College in Gainesville, day is to convince people that it will
and summer catch-up work. That is the decision the board is The motion to pass the site plan was the field of alternate sources of featuring the largest collection of work," Dr. La Fontaine sa>'s, He
Register also pointed out the vo-tech with passed with the understanding that energy says he gets from his Lincoln biomass powered vehicles in the knows it.will work because he was a

center has been months building wrestling Another choice now.to call for a spot the city engineering firm Bessent, Continental, outfitted with a wood- Southeast. Included in the wood burn- processor! at the University of
regular portable classrooms and building and attempt to have Hammock and Ruckman of Jackson- burning biomass gas generator attached ing units seen in operation were a Copenhagen 40 years ago when
PMR classroom requires special the priority survey list changed. ville, study it and make sure it con- to the car like a miniatureThe farm tractor, a motorcycle a pick-up Hitler's occupation forces confiscated
equipment to handle the special forms with all land use standards. all the gasoline and Denmark had to
students. develop; wood-powered vehicles to
School System Faces Chester Stokes, a Jacksonville
caffy on the country's
The board however, assured commerce
Register it means for him to hire ad- 1500.000 Utility Bill developer who planned to build a $1 at.- dive million wood-burning units were

ditional help of the calibre necessaryto Warning that Starke utility rates million project with Farmers Home I in use in Europe during World War II,_
oversee the building and to order have gone up, Operations Director Adminstration funding, told board La Fontaine says.
material. Register told the school he wouldn'tbe members that FmHA notified him
Monday that no funds will be "Wood gasification is nothing new,,
surprised if the system's utility
Architect Craig Salley said at the
ft has been used in
available this for elderly rent Europe and other'
8 he bills totaled half a million dollars this year
May meeting
"plain
of "
subsidies in Starke, parts the world for 140 years. La
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underestimated what it would cost. coming term.
Fontaine said, but is unfamiliar
in the
All that can be done to cut utility "This forced a change of plans" U.S. because up to now, oil has
costs needs to be done pronto, Stokes said. A study according to r' always been
!:: e-mDWn Grier!: Register warned. Stokes will be made to determine if : I fir, 6EAERi1 we are now in readily the saem available.POI flu."But.as'
Gene Tanner said classrooms needto
there is a market for nonsubsidizedrental "
Europe was in 1939, La Fontaine
be Insulated cracks sealed and ,
apartments in the area. said. "We are faced with an
emergency
air-conditioners: locked at 78 degrees The proposed apartments still to be ;- ,; rW'lrM' situation, and must turn to alternate
( and timers placed on them so they funded by an FmHA loan are projected F sources of to
(1 energy survive in
won't run except during school hours. for middle-income people who ..;., I y the future."
.\ "" Register said the expenditure would need FmHA approval to rent
r :JJ .f' justifies a qualfied airconditioningperson. there. There would be no rent sub- Bob Hargrave demonstrated the

.. sidies. This would place an eligible wood-burning tractor he uses on his
-" j'-- family's maximum income at about farm near LaCrosse and which he
J .. BUS Roof Leaking. $18,000. estimates saves him over $50 a day in

Condition Steadily WorsensThe The average rent for a one bedroom ,. ., fuel costs. Hargrave designed and
roof on Phase 3 of Bradford apartment would be around $200 per fabricated the gasification unit

,,. High School Is leaking and the problem month and 2 bedrooms at around$225.) Nothing New... himself with a little outside help from
.,.. worse all the time, Prin- IFAS and others. After 100 hours of
"" gets "The project would be low density Dr. La Fontaine and his wood-burning Lincoln Continental which l III' says operation he notes less wear and tear
eo.;; cipal Jim Duncan reported.
Duncan told the board not to with 6.6 units an acre," said Stokes. gets 3,200 miles per cord of wood. an the engine with wood fuel than with
Rauhofer vowed to "Bring in high Wood gasification In Ur. IoU t'onlaiix
SUNDAY MAY 17 allocate all its construction funds nothing new Europe says gasoline.
priced lawyers" to fight the
PANCAKE BREAKFAST BHS it mightin Yroject.
before fixing the roof or The
St. Edwarw Catholic Church the long run cost more than fixing feet off proposed Bessent project Road 70 feet from At Schoolselected '
Choral Concert Set
1 Saturday High
'"'" 's, a."' 12 noon the roof. Duncan estimated the board Mimosa Drive West and there will be 'I
Adults i$J-BO!Idren:$1 faces a $25,000 reroofing job now on
I4. a four acre wooded parcel betweenthe
, < Phase project and Alligator Creek. final concert of the year I Is High School and Bradford Middle by the students..
\ : >. MONDAY.MA The apartment complex would have slated this Saturday May 16, at 8 p,m. School is directed by Don Hardy. The
_ BRADFORD CO. SCHOOL BOARD private roads which will not be deeded in the Bradford High School three choral groups high school Glee The BMS chorus was rated superior': :
Administrative' Office OUTSIDE...... to the city and access gates Auditorium Club high school Chorus, and middle at district contest.qualifying it for.
7:00 P.M. The weatherman has predicteda Stokes said. Tickets are $1.50 for adults and school Chorus will do at least: four stale contest. The chorus got an excellent
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slight chance of scattered To get an FmHA loan for a project students. Under' age 12 admission Is selections each.Highlights rating at state. Two of thd
s BCH Bd. Meeting showers Friday. The rest of the such as planned by Stokes& Co.. front free. three judges at state gave the chorus

.. .:10P.M.BRADFORD . ... time will be more Sunshine and money must be borrowed from a ,The 200-member choral of Bradford of the selections will be excellent ratings! one a superior
flowers. private lender. FmHA then reimburses Vivaldi's Gloria., Oh ,Come Let USing rating, so the chorus got an excellent
CO.. COMMISSION the builder when the project Is Unto the Lord by Emma Lou rating oxcrallIf one other judge had
Meeting 7:30 p.m. INSIDE........ completed. Stokes & Co. secured a $1 Dinner Theatre Dierner. given the chorus a superior rating
million loan from Barnett Bank In To Open May'29At Each year an outstanding chorus the chorus! would have gotten :a
Two Sections
TUESDAY. MAY It Jacksonville, and FmHA has Club member is selected from each class superior rat ing.. :-
SECTION At _
STARKE COUNCIL elderly Woman's
.
-, New........ .....Pages IA-3A ed the rental project for the
; MEETING-':00 P.M. : Iit.g"e
? a production is bet
President Ronald Reagan putfreeze A dinner and
Correspondence.Page' 2A1A Monday on subsidized projects May. 29-30 and Junet..5-, at the Station Inspector Doesn't Earn''' $19OOO II
,
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8ATU R DAY. MAY 2J: Editorial. ,,.:: ..Page 44
for the elderly. Stokes therefore; Starke Woman's Club. ,

ANNUAL SHRINE PARADEANDCHICKENDINNER SOCI.ty."P..s Real Elta,.. ,.,.,..:......SA. ..*4''A A< plans a survey to see if there Is a need The play will" ,be Richard JockePstproduction The $19.583 figure'In'the article on An auto inspector earns approx*

farad. -1:00 a.m. Sports. ;..:.,,.-,.,'I.P",. .A.12A for' a middle Income project)11 i not :ot'Tbaf* Not My auto inspections oil Page IB of the imately $9,000. The remainder of the
Bradford SECTION BI designated just for the elderly. Mothers"; a three-act comedy. 'May 7 edition ;of,: the;Telegraph in- $19.583 is operating expenses of thestation

Dinner' -II4 Square p.m. Brief*.'.,.,,,*,...,,.,., ....Pag* 4. Four city commissioners were Tuesday present "" J>iJuwr..will be, served at 8 p.m.a ,eludes operating expenses, and is not the clerk's office points out.
Legals.. ,,., ... '. for the zoning meeting Showtime i*8p.m..,. the salary of the operator the countyclerk'
pagels.Obituaries.
Stark Elementary Cafeteria ,. ,. s fr: -
'night- Bobby Mihwv Jr.. Jimmy. Tickets-are 850. For;reservation T/uTelegraph:,
(See Related Story On ......,.... .Page loa office _has notified the regrets that it gavejhe
Editorial Page P.4A) Classifieds.... .;Pa'.1..al1. Crosby. Charles Schaefer and VernonSilcox. phone 984-7525.964-Wm;964-7123.' ,9645712.- or Telegraph. h' wrong ,impression. -






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I Hmnpt Agrees: t' Join t Comity. Fire Council: I



The'l1k rnptb). dly :council: voted ment and by Joining the new fire council Who would i lie responsible for gas ments with the greatest need. ; rl.w, du
unanimously to Join the Bradford one mill would net about$1,200 an- and oil Cot the fire engines, the council: Each engine has been numbered, e
County Fffe 'council made up of the nually,,according to figures presented asked. .Crouse explained the depart-' according to Crouse, BO that firemen r
eight county volunteer fire departments at the meeting. meats would go to the county for gas can easily tell which unit is at a fire.>

after a brief discussion at the Crouse pointed out that.each of the and oil. "Think it's a fair way to do it,"
monthly meeting of the. board,Tuesday eight fire departments in the county, Crouse explained that the newest Carter said. *
May 12. excluding the City of Starke, would be fire engine in the eight departments After the discussion council voted). Je.4
Bill rouse', spokesman for fire per, represented by: one member on fire around the j county was a 1958 model Ml) to approve the plan to Join the ,
sonnel from Lawtey, Brooker and council. which is based out of Lawtey. The county fire council. ,- '"
Theressa, appeared at the meeting to Crouse stated a year ago fire chiefs new engines would go to the depart- I"". : :
brief the board on plans for the fire approved a plan for fire zones aroundthe ], 7 ,
council. county so that other departmentscould :
Crouse explained voters last fall approved assist the department nearestto Brooker: Listens to Fire Tax ProposalThe
a one-mill tax referendum in the zone they are in.
the unincorporated areas of the coun- The Fire Departments involved in main event for the Brooker City contract with the towns for fire pro-
ty. He explained Lawtey, Hamptonand the council include: Bradford County, Council, meeting May 12 was the appearance tection.
Brooker city council's would haveto Brooker, Lawtey, Graham, Hampton, of County Commissioners Brooker, which spent over$2.000 for 1
approve the fire departments in Heilbron Springs, New River and E.W Hodges and Lawrence Mosely to its volunteer fire department last
their cities joining the council. Theressa. explain the proposed fire district tax ,year, would only be required to kick-
County Commissioner Maxie Two new engines are planned to be to>> the assembled members. in about $1,200 under the proposed
Carter, Jr. explained the board of purchased, according to Crouse plus Mosely said the present plan is to plan. This savings of$800 would be a Photo By Carl Tilley
county commission would most likely new fire stations built at Theressaand nave the cities contribute one mill of benefit for the city. FHP' Charlene Caeon Recognized
approve $123,000 effective Oct. 1 for Heilbron Springs during the first their ad valorem taxes to for 10 of
property final plans for the county-wide fire Mrs. Charlene Cason receives a certificate or appreciation years .
the county fire program. year the tax money is received.He match the Sid posod one mill tax rate tax will be firmed-up an upcoming faithful service to the Florida Highway Patrol.
Hampton currently pays about$600 stated the stations would be built for the un-incorporated portions of the public hearing. Presenting the award are Sgt.Winston II. Barber of Starke, left, and Capt. :
annually to the volunteer fire depart. by the volunteers in the program. county.The fire departments want to J.E. Love of Lake City. t

Mrs. Cason is the secretary at the Starke FPII station.
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II Hampton Hilites by phone Dolores 468-1915 Meng - n n. -4

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Mfr Old Hampton School Burns Hoyt Mann, Commander of the Prescott, Arizona, arrived last McLean and Miss Claudette Peterson r
(Pictures taken by Lucy Hodges) Lake Butler V.F.W., expressed appreciation Wednesday to spend a week with his have led their 4th and 5th grade
Fire destroyed the old Hampton of cooperation and offered mother, Viola Lefebvre, the Henry classes on recent trips to implement :::

School on Monday May 5, starting assistance to the group. Spell and William Muse families.On this knowledge.On .
discussed of the May 1st they toured the U.S.
about 2pm. Fire departments from Among items were Sunday Paul was one
Hampton, Starke, Waldo, Theressa, Memorial Day and Flag Day observances skydivers performing at the Keystone Solar Corporation plant in Hampton.
Brooker>> and Camp Blanding possible organization of a Airport. He Joined other members of Here solar panels are manufactured w
prevented the fire from reaching Ladies Auxiliary, and placing of flagson the Sky Diving Club in diving for distribution to many different r
homes in the area. veteran's graves. distances of 8,000 to 10,000 feet states and also to foreign countries.At .
is scheduled for the by this plant the students saw these
In a picture at the new Hampton The next meeting The families concluded day
School Library, dated 1899, E.A. Ken- June Z, 7:30 p.m. at the City Hall. enjoying a delicious Mother's Day solar panels being constructed and
{ nedy is shown as the Principal. Other New Pastor dinner at the Brown Derby felt the water heated by the solar
q '. school principals remembered by Reverend Bob Hodge was welcomed Restaurant in Gainesville.Mr. system.
,n w local people were Ola Mae Perkins, on May 3rd as the new Minister of and Mrs. Paul Meng enjoyedthe The group then was given a tour of
James Hobbs, Charles Francis, the Hampton Christian Church. He Mother's Day visit of their the Bradford County Public Library.
Richard Jockel and Maureen Paul. and his wife, Joyce, live at Lake children Carlton and Joyce Meng of They were shown the equipment used ,
Johnson where he serves as Coordinator Palatka in this building. They were interested r
Paul transferred school Jacksonville Mike of ,
Mrs. as prin- Meng
in seeing the Braille books, tapes, ",
of the North Florida Christian
I cipal to>>the new school when it openedin Mr. and Mrs. David Wanner of Orlando records and various categories of
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Camp.On
1968. Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hunter, .
After the school closed it was used Sunday evening a musical program Adam and Renee of Keystone books and magazines.At Office
Post they
for time for the was presented at the church by Mr. and Mrs. Randy Scog- the Starke ;
a as a meeting place Heights,
is sorted.
mail
learned how
Hampton Senior Citizens Club. The Penny and Dean Dewberry, Bob and gins, April and Erik, Mr. and Mrs. ',
Carol Reardon and children, Connie On May 4th the first stop was at the '?
old landmark also served as a temporary Martin Meng and Amanda.Mr. .
L home for some people. George and Barbara, who sang the song and Mrs. Francis Meng and recently completed O'Connell Centerin

....., ., >il' .. -IS- ., I Davis used the building for carpentry 'Bubbling Over'Condolence. other family members spent Mather's in the Gainesville.swimming They pool,were race interested track and !ff 1
before to his Mr. and Mrs. Will
purposes moving present Day visiting
I Old Hampton School burns in less than 30 minutes. Below: shop. Sympathy is extended to the family Gilbert at Atlantic Beach. basketball big bubble court.and They the enjoyed auditorium seeingthe
function be held in and friends of Josephine Fontainewho
It's almost The last public to Birthdays
over. Photos by Lucy Hodges) which seats .
died on May 3rd at Oxford.? Con- some 12,000 persons.At
the old school auditorium was the Jason Watson celebrated his 6th
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F was
t lit organizational meeting of the birthday on May 9. the Gainesville Airport they
.l' s Veterans of Foreign Wars, HamptonPost Catholic Church in Starke on Jeannie Hodge celebrated her birthday -
viewed the solar equipment and J
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with burial in the
Wednesday Hampton -
1l 10557. This was held on April 12, on May 10. learned how it operates in heating and
.. 1981 and was attended by VFW officers Cemetery. Allison Archey had a doll cake for cooling this building. The security .
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r-M from Dunellon, Orlando, Josephine is remembered as an active her 9th birthday May 10th.
frra member of the Hampton Senior system was interesting to them and ...
Alachua and Brooker. Happy Birthday to Frank Williams ..
they saw first hand that the metal
Club and
The building at the time of the fire Citizens as a jolly person who was 6 on May 13th! detectors really do find those
who brought joy especially to>>
was e owned>> by Walden Wadsworth. Hampton Elementary School undesirable
youngsters at Christmas time. weapons. They were .
Gratitude Field TripsIn allowed to walk through the plane
Leslie and Mary Jane Jones ap Visitors line with their recent study of after they watched the
and Lefebvre of passengers get
Paul Martha ;
preciate the assistance given by Energy Conservation, Mrs. Mindy off.
} neighbors and everyone who
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prevented the school fire from
reaching their nearby home.
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VI-'W Meets
t Ji. The Veterans of Foreign Wars _
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Hampton Post 10557) held their first ? uJmlpJmm
\ ;meeting following'their April) 13 ft*
tl.J::Installation on May 5.This meeting wa. J sa aIJM'
held at the City Hall and was con-
ducted by George H. Barlow of '
Dunellon, Deputy Chief Staff for the
State of Florida V.F.W. This meetingwas .
; ; : attended by Hank Lott, Com
mander of the Hampton Post, and
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eight other member >
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Southside, Starke, Lawtey, Tuesday, May 19: Beef-a-roni, cheese .iI
Friday, May 22: Tuna salad sand- .
Hampton Brooker Elemen- stix, garden salad, hot A '. ..JllImIInll
apple crisp, wich, green beans macaroni .
tary and Bradford Middle rolls, and milk. salad, strawberry shortcake, and #2P .'l1llfl'; to
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Schools: Wednesday May 20: Hamburgergravy '
mashed potatoes, green milk.'J oil 9lidw'SATELLITE"
May 18-May 22 chocolate cake w/chocolate SchoolREGULAR I m d3uJ to
Monday. !May 18: Macaroni & cheese, peas icing, biscuits, and milk. Bradford High ei! sznHHO
'-2 turkey or peanut butter sand- ; (MAO:
Thursday, May 21 w/meat
Spaghetti
wich, cabbage slaw, fruit cup, and sauce, cheese stix: garden salad, Monday, May 18: Cuban sandwich Ii V1390Au
milk, .' applesauce, French bread, and baked beans, whole,kernel corn, V6M; no
milk. butterscotch squares, applesauce, 'ali-purposa f''II'j'' a ,L ) 16q
and milk.Tuesday. ,I. .,'J' IJlh:>..l

. Community News May 19:, Meat loaf, rice w/ lirasyou most 'born odd
tomato gravy, green beans, 'cornbread : -J roll' i'Jat 6 .,Mcomfort
peach pie and milk. for .. '-sbil'i
by Elizabeth Walker Cafeteria at 8 p.m. Donation is$10.00. Wednesday May 20:._ Chicken & i Uu rN :gnols: '
Phone 964-663 The public is invited. yellow rice, buttered green peas,' kastMcI ey.n'H a a.. 1M bna
Gosper Song on Parade: Mrs. Er- cheese biscuits, pear half, cookie, ..' '1) j Ir j bQ1Srf"
Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S.: All ma Jean Slocum is inviting everyoneto and milk.Thursday 4 1. TIOI.it ,.,usM
members are asked to meet Thurs- a Gosper Song Parade uy. aqte-
on May 17 May 21: Spaghetti w/meat .LoU' ''a 1. td U6b
day, May 14 in the Masonic Hall on at 3 p.m. in RJE Gym. Various groups sauce, cheese stix, tossed salad ... ttrm, left, lip' 11i1d'.lI')?

Brownlee Street at,7:30 for their mon- will appear. French bread, apple crisp, and ,' 2. lacks to, wryaataaratkalh paitJII. ss! '(9Mp
thly meeting. milk. ,9Y11I
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Tribute Given: Family, Fun Night : Frances Friday.May 22: Corndogs, field peas, ; !I, ,a,.)td
In the 4th District Constitutional Chapter 140 OES. will present a French fries fruit and milk. M1111ad9s air .mitttfar ) ifu,,Mnds
Conference held May 3 with Post 16 in Fun night, May 22, Friday ate p.m. in ALACARTliMonday. e ,
Gainesville, Commander Julius the RUE Cafetonaum. There will be Alaitab Mala sID r,

Royal received many citations: for games, refreshments, etc. At the end May 18: Hamburgers, .5C 4. Baby-uft frtw all sides .
Service, of the program a box of groceries will cheeseburgers, pizza, French b011
Distinguished Ap-
the most "
fries, milkshakes French fries. t P 5;:fcriitast fa* h Its
preciation, Meritorious Service by the be given away for a donation of SO*. i. RO I'fI
fourth District Commander, Tuesday. May 19: Pizza, 'rir-mffif class :?::
Service for Post 314 for CARD THANKS cheeseburgers, hamburgers 6. Casts :
Meritorious Ins tiui ;;
The family of Ethel Young thank French fries, milkshakes. aaycaaianWa
having the largest membership since the friends for the acts ol Wednesday. 20 fa
many many May : Cheeseburgers, 'fI'
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1960, kindness shown to comfort them in hamburgers pizza, French fries, .,ot
Honor Ribbon for 100% early
the recent sorrow at the passing of milkshakes. GU
Deacon Royal receiveda 17" Steel!
membership. her brother Ernest Coleman of Pierce Thursday, May 21: Cheeseburgers, s BladesOnly$8995
for 29 of Dedicated
Plaque years Station. pizza, French fries, onion rings, y aR .Imil
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Banquet: The sixth annual banquet ,
of the Bradford County Branch will be

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Mav 14.1981BikeAThon TELEGRAPH Page SA

'M a1 Set Revival Set At

Thii SaturdayFor Hope Baptist Church

Cystic FibrosisA Hope Baptist Church will be holding

:. Bike-A-Thon is set tits Saturday revival services nightly May 18- 22 at
May 16, for Cystic Flbro&js and Is 7:30 p.m. There will be special sing-
sponsored by the Bradford nigh Key Ing in each service. A nursery will be
: .: Club. provided.Dr. .
Registration begins at 9:30: a.rti at William Pennell the pastor of
the new county courthouse. Bikers Forest Hills Baptist Church in
will begin rolling at 10 a.m. Decatur, Georgia will be preaching
Sponsor sheets are available at the on Monday and Tuesday nights. Dr.
High School, Bradford Middle School, Pennell is a much sought after and
and Starke Elementary. very exciting preacher of God'
: Prizes include a $10 gift certificateat Word.
i q Stump's Department Store, a Bret
& Jerry s gift certificate, an AMFMstereo
antenna from Mac's Music First United
4J Shop, and McDonald's Is donating a
d V' ( ..frii meal certificate. Methodist Church
Each participant who raises $25 in Reservation for the retreat June 12-
f tt donations will be given a T-shirt. 13 at Epworth-by-the-Sea on St.
For more information phone Bobby Simons Island are now due by callingthe
a Epps at 964-6616 or John Bennett at church office.
a d. 9648453. Those attending will be planning
'4 programs and ministries of the
church for 1981. Transportation will
Senior Awards Night be provided by the van.

Set Tuesday at BUS MeetingsThere
will be a teachers meeting
) Senior Awards Night for Bradford Sunday at 8:30 a.m. Youth Council
High is set Tuesday May 19,at 8 p.m. will meet at 5 p.m. Long Range Plan ;
tit in the school auditorium.The ning Committee Tuesday, May 19, -
}t I ,
i.r public is invited to participatein 7:30: p.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal 6:45
e a' this event along with parents and p.m., Wednesday.
Y ; friends of the seniors, according to
0 BUS Principal Jim Duncan.

May 17-22 RevivalAt

,..... Homecoming At
-''''"''''''''"'' '- 1. Kingsley BaptistRev.

Calvary BaptistMay Babb Adams, pastor of the
Honor Students Honored... 17th will be Homecoming Dayat First Baptist Church in Immokalee
These 18 Bradford High students earned places on the Honor Roll each six- Stern. Suzy Alvarez. Karen Thorpe. Standing: Jonathan Johnson Valerie Calvary Baptist Church, Cherry FL, will be evangelistic speaker at
weeks of the current school year. They were honored by their parents and Ilightower. Faith Roberts. Sherra Mott Juice Wise Michelle Slilwell David and Madison Streets. Services will revival services set May 17-22 at
teachers at a dinner Tuesday night. Sparks. Michelle Klmulis U-Aim Flynn. Stuart. l'aull'Y.lal'le: Pendarvis Debbie begin at 11 a.m. and dinner will be Kingsley Lake Baptist Church.
The students are (IrKneeling: Timmy Gonzalez Mike Christina, Robin Roark. and Tony Anderson served in the Fellowship Hall about 1 Services will begin at 7:30: p.m.
p.m.There nightly. Children's Gospel Magic Ser-
will be special singing after vice will begin at 7 p.m. nightly
I 18 BHS Students Honored for Academic ExcellenceEighteen dinner with Eddie Frampton, Martha Special music and a nursery will be
Smith, Jackie Ellington, the Mobley provided.
Family, Randall Griffis and other Brother Adams traveled in
Bradford High students "Teachers at BHS believe students upon themselves to sponsor the Judy Becker, Mary Osborn Patsy special singers. evangelistic work for over six years.
representing the cream oC the county who achieve academic excellence students." Lawson, Bobbie Sue O'Brian, Charlie
s academic crop were honored at a deserve to be recognized" said Mrs. Teachers administrators! and staff Thomas, Joanna Hallman Linda - - - -- - -- -----.----- .-
dinner Tuesday night by some of the Judy Becker BUS math instructor- members who pajd 'or dinner at the Harrell, Tina Patterson,Jim Duncan, --
teachers. "When they received a memo stating. Western Steer Steakhouse for a student Claire Burnetti, and Emma Jean Dr. Lounette Eaton, B.S., D.C.
The 18 students have earned places that a banquet for these honor plus themselves Tuesday night Redding.
on the honor roll every six-week students was going to have 4o be were Julie Miller, Wanda Smith, Dr. Wayne C. Eaton, D.C.
grading period meaning they have cancelled due to a crowded school Thelma Thornton, Hilda Dey, Ronnie
made no grade lower than a B. calendar, the faculty members took it Harris, Sandy Smith, Allison Aljets,
Keystone Chiropractic ClinicAt

I Lawtey News' .. ........ .:. ...

SR-21 North
Elizabeth ly and Mrs. Virgil Griffis,of Pal atka, Mrs. Glenn Starling, were Mother's Mrs. Tom Clayton and son, Tinker,
by Phone 782-3300 Terry Mrs. Danny Luke and daughter,Erin, Day dinner guests of their mother, of Jacksonville, spent Mother's Day Keystone Shops Suite 5
Miss Lynn Whaley and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Lois Carter. After dinner they afternoon with her mother Mrs. C.E.
Larry White of Starke were Mother's nad Mr. and Mrs. Earl Denmark and Crews. Phone 4733604Hours
CHURCH ACTIVITIES: Day dinner guests of Mrs. Nellie family of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Nell Harley and Miss Ar-
Wilkinson and her daughter, Mrs. Lane Carter and Mr. and Mrs. thurine Blanchard were luncheon 9 1 and 3 6
a.m. p.m. p.m.
*,..First Baptist Church-The RevivalSed Daisy Boch. Charles Carter and family of Lawtey. guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Blair p.m.
Sunday, May 10. Every service Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake \Mrs. O.J. Phillips and son, Danny, at Palatka on Sunday, Mother's Day. Mon. Tues., Wed. & Fri.
attended, special singing City, spent Friday afternoon with weiKMother's Day dinner guests of Miss Erin Braswell of Indialantic ,
night and Brother T.R. Moore, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold her sdti'and daughter-in-law Mr. and Beach is spending borne time with Mr. 9 a.m.-I Thursdays
really preached the Word. After ser- Eunice. Mrs. James Phillips and family of Kay Wilson. p.m.
vices Sunday night the ladies served Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hard enjoyed Lake Butler. Mrs.Phillips and Danny John Wilson returned home from Modern Physical Therapy Facilities
refreshments.On a Seafood dinner at Red Lobster stoped by Mrs. Ix>)& Carters and Ft. Walton Beach where he went with X-Ray
.
...Mothers Day the following Restaurant in Jacksonville on Friday visited a short time with them duringthe the high school band. S :0.QI iu
ladies received corsages for the night. Their children stayed with afternoon: Mrs. Jack Estes of Starke, was a
following reasons: Mrs. Purvis their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Cabellas and Mother's Day dinner guest of Mr and
Brown, Oldest Mother present; Mrs. Fred Carter of Clay Hill. family of Jacksonville, are the proud Mrs. Hermie Kelly.
Ola Starlings\. next oldest; Mrs. Nora .. Mr. and Mrs. David Baldree ol parents of a son, James Aaaron, born .,.,
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Mother dirax '' '" -f ,
Thompeow'Youngeat ; $ on
"' -Starker are proucTpa'rentS: tMiy"tin pitslI'Jackson-r-
Tlmot y<<<.Wilkeraon, mother!l with yv' l" J.mt 8 I'f'J\tl't!: MrC&-First Aid/sCER. Class, G .kn, .
most cSJdc'II! 'tio andaMcvl JJorwM: daUghtel'.l.kaMiW1Wt' : WjlJ& iNlh+4i Lu jI1t iJKBeginsvMay' 19 afV-Tn j. r1 .
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na Be JUDoni..alJ? :;; d Creel P.
Clay Hill, next youngest mothers pre- are. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kelley o Baptist Hospital Jacksonville on Fri- *t'A First Aid/CPR
sent.Grace Lawtey, paternal grandparents an day afternoon. We are happy to know (cardio-pulmonary resusitation)
United Methodist Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Baldree of Starke. that he is better class will begin Tuesday night, May
Truby Wainwright won the plant for Julius Eunice of Starke was a Mrs. Glenn Shuford and daughter, 19, at the Bradford-Union Area
being the oldest mother present and Mother's Day dinner guest of his Nancy, met her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vocational-Technical Center in
her granddaughter,Jan, (Jack Wain- parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice. Doss Higginbotham at Homecomingat Starke. g"BEAT
wright's daughter) also received a Kenneth Moore of Clearwater Col- Long Branch Cemetery on The class will meet Tuesday and
plant as the youngest mother present. lege was a Saturday overnight guest Mother's Day. Thursday nights from 7-10 pm. for
of Pastor and Mrs. David Brown and Mrs. M. D. Crapse,Sr.,went to visit three weeks. A $2 registration fee is
PERSONALS: his father Evangelist T.R. Moore of her daughter Mrs.Jimmy Ceballos in charged. Class member may registerthe ;
Rev. Don Love and family Bristol, Va. He plans to go home with Baptist Hospital and James on Thurs- first night of class.
ministered for Drs. Rose and Steve his father on Monday morning. day. She brought Michele, Mrs. For more information, phone David
Gyland ,at their regular Thursday Reggie Norman of Gulf Hammock, Ceballos and James home with her. Smith, coordinator) community
evening prayer group in Jacksonvillewhile was a Mother's Day dinner guest of Jimmy Ceballos and other daughtercame education at 964-6150 or go by the vo- THEHEAT"
thtf Gylands attended a banquetat his parents.Mr. and Mrs. Truman down on Friday and all of them tech center at" Orange and Brownlee
Luther Rice Seminary of which t: Norman and his grandmother, Mrs. returned home on Saturday night. Streets. ,rf.H') *
Rose is *graduate. Carl Prevatt. i '
CAMPERS FOR CHRIST is still AN .Mrs. Rowell Prevatt was a guest of
OPEN i invitation- during the weekendon ,. her daughter,Mrs.Alma Wilkerson of with
May((27: at Crooked River State Ocala for a few days. [
Park ne ,'$t. Mary's Ga. Camping; Mg'andMrs.FranklinStarlingand
Caciliti : food and hook-up fees will' v.-family of pryceville.,. .and Lucian Central Air Con itioning }
be needed.A};' : ,'.L Prevatt, of Gainesville. ,, were
Mr. am"Mrs' Jack Whalen were Mother's Day dinner guests of their
Friday cfvening Quests of the Love's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Stark from
along wiftt>ton Scott and Chris, Alan .ing-. **t \ ai tMt5 SAWYER !
and Mr.iand'Mrs. James Bowman '- : Belly Jeart Mosley, s
shared i iq a special prayer service. daughter Jannine Highland, visited ,
Maura-Lynn Love, the special littler ,hert parents, Mr.. and. Mrs. Lonnie '
daughtettyf Revs and Mrs. Love, will Teton Sunday afternoon. f1 COMPLETELY INSTALLED
celebrate, her fourth birthday '(this Mr. and Mrs. Johnny{ Tye, Jr., and -
May 22. Since she was not expected to' family, look their \fmothers, ,Mrs,-
live, we dofind this an extra Special Kathryn Hilliard of Jacksonville and HEAT PUMP,
blessingjT especially since it follows Mrs. John Tye Sr., out to Western
Mother's.\Day, which is always afpeeial Steer Steak House for a Molhr--:: "ay'' INCLUDES $21 00
season. dinner. .9\eG : 4 DUCT WORK .
Mrs. Dave Kelly and Justirriofl .:;:

.The Love Family ministers and Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Donnie '" 2 Ton, plus electrical work
prays for);any and all who have Kelly of Gainesville, and Mrjlaqd; ..
special l family needs at every Friday Mrs. George Kelly were Mother .4> too'
evening service. Be sure and let us Day dinner guests of their parents, -w..
know if' you have prayer needs Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Kelly. t\ ;..
regardless of what faith. Christ is the Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Harris of ,l .0 f
of i 3 .. ,
answer to every need. Maxville are the proud parents a "
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey and their daughter. Katrine Kay, born May 3 in "
mother Mrs. Fred Moore went (to her Riverside Hospital. Jacksonville. ass: ;
sister's Mrs. Cecil Wade, in Tampaon Maternal grandparents are Mr. and j
Sunday April 29. Mrs. Wade Mrs. Marcus Mosley of Highland. ..
brought Mrs. Moore-to her son-in-law Great-great grandmother is Mrs. ::!
and daughter's Mr.and Mrs.Seeb An- R.A. Melton of ()(:oee. Paternal .e .
drews Wildwood on Saturday, May grandparents are MI". and Mrs. Lon-
2. Mrs. Andrews brought her mother nie Teston. '3
home on Tuesday May 5. Mrs. Dave Kelly ate Mother's Day
S Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Roberts and supper with her parents. Mr. and :
daughter, Shawna and their brother Mrs. Earl Troxell. ..
Dusty Roberts, met their mother, Mr. and Mrs. John Steele enjoyed a
Mrs. Rosa Godwin of Redding Barbecue dinner with their soninlawand 'T 'i .
California, and their sister Miss daughter Mr. and Mrs.. Lester ::UL
Becky Anderson of Tennessee and Walker and family on Mather's Day. .
spent a few days with them returning Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited \ 7r
home with them for a visit here. their sister Mrs. A.P. Hallman of c1 t '1 1 --
Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson of Keystone Heights on Saturday after-. c-\ .,!, \1 'J .1 ;f;
Atlanta. Ga., visited their cousin noon. S .
Mrs. O.J., Anders on Friday after- Mrs. Pierce Crews. Mrs. Onie ...>>"'. old
noon. Thornton and her daughter .Mrs. ""vr" :
SAWYER
Ruby Atwood went to Auburndale -W- !J,
Randy Roberts of Augusta Ga., Hospital Monday and visited their ...
spent the weekend with his family.' sister, Mrs. Dome Pringle and with ir ...c'_.
Mrs. Randy Roberts and daughters Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Sellers and friends '"tot
and his; mother, Mrs. Edward and came back on Thursday ,after 3ol' AIR CONDITIONING187A .a
Roberts. noon. ,
During the week of May 3 all of Mrs., Mr. and Mrs. Bob Boyette'of g\. r.
Timothy Wllkerson's children were Jacksonville Beach. Mr. and Mrs. e'" Call today'or a',.. Surn y ,.
laid up with chicken pox. Our sym. Don Egan of Palm Val ley and Mr..and oe SERVING All OF NORTHAST *,a
pathy goes out to her and them too.. Mrs. \Tom Boyette of Jacksonville." '... FLORIDA FROM ft LOCATIONS as
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hartley and son. spent, Mother's 'Day with their. ,; ?,' '. '"e'- ?v
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Jason, of Enuclaw. Washington,'are mother, Mrs:,Mabel Boyette( and Col.' ,\.cqc: :, IN" STARKE fLEA PT.b
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parents. Mr. and Mrs. W..Stapf. Mr. and Mrs. George Shuford and r
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith and John Mr.and Mrs. Perry,Nicula, Mr. "I
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fund-raising chiekeri I.I I. Shrines; in tilt l Temples across North

I. )1. dinner and parade on Saturday, Ma j An,1f'l"ll'a'I, ith .(lie help of nonShrinerytdfiblttors
I 23, illustrates one of Morocco Tern.pie' : I i '
will raise this ,

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Cpqp IetePJ4intFifl43: in Shreveport, Eel l, in 1922, the
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k J $11,500 for the care of crippled and, 2:1: '',III'1! children! with Ire 'of'costIr.ilII.111
Mai 1, .. Jfr igerCi: \MondayThe burned children. For the size of the I !
club and the area, the Bradford ((and ,t r

Dom of County Commissioners will meet Monday at 8 and parts of Clay County) Shriners are, In Die 59 years since that first
('Ii ii, .an ":.1.. (Nook, ) Norman is expected to be"back in the p.m.saddle" likely the 'Fund-Raising record, < III' i hJ! [''iliil, 17 mare, orthopedic hospitals
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after sl1l' t'ry dial 'has had him out of circulation for the past three holders" in Morocco Temple. -,' hive; been placed on the roster:

weeks. ..
"We are out to beat our own record* Tlie first Burns Institute opened in

As of now, il IN not known for sure whether the concrete I plant' issue in 1981 and with the continued fine' l,ol\: ,'.stou. Texas( in W! 5. Two others

will came up at this Hireling tl" not. I'p' lit" noon Wednesday, an appeal help and cooperation we get from our s ri hate I'ffn opened in Boston, Mass.
had l not broil !turtle to the ('ClUllt, Commission for. a reversal of the non-Shriner friends and neighbors, as and! rincinn.ili.i l i Ohio.Since ) .

Board itf'Adjuslment's decision to deny u special' exception' fur the con we can do it", says Starke Shrine Club
l"'t'It'lllallt. President Maxie Carter, Jr. "The that great day for youthful I,
Several citizens of Starke and our surroun tiuinaml i In 1M2! :! there have been ap- I
Jackson illp members of the Commission are ,planning Co make a trip to ding communities: have always been iiroxuiviu-ly: ;iii.:: ;iW! ) operations per-
inlay' ( Thursday) for the purpose of touring a concrete very generous in supporting Shrine formed 270,+02 braces and prostheses
I plant' here Hint is said lo be similar our that would .'* and
be
I if the Installed hero Cripple Children programs. We are 1 iipnlu'ri; approximately
County Commission reverses the decision of the Board of Adjust- counting on them again this year". ; :i.1:iIG/:) ; 7Fris and photos taken. At
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deny the special exception' hat Is necessary for the plant. President Carter says. last: je: r's pace, the 21 hospitals take

on mi'i'1 than I2.iwi0 new applicants a
flaking( inspection trip is a wise decision. on the part of the ("oun.I The gala parade, which is set for +its -r \f'rcr
I ty Ci'lJIllli "ioll" and similar rips should be made in the case of all May 23, will include colorful uniform t -

heavy indnsli-ics |proposing| to operate here. This is the only way that a units from Morocco Temple and other One/ ( told. bully !burned in a fire

proposal of Ihi'lllallll.t' can be 'dandled with fairness lo everyone. Shrine affiliations. The parade will I Uvo y-irs ago) in uhich an adult died,

get underway at 11 a.m. from Brad Their Friend In Need hiis: ." ('.loIy had h'eutment, rehabilitation -
:\Ight nieetiiifis were instituted by lhe'ounty Commission to"give all ford Square Shopping Center "It will t nails Dialling I costing more than

cill/ens especially those whose jobs will hot I permit daytime aliendance. be the finest most colorful served until 4 p.m. for only $3 a plate musical! units will be !here: lo make RrdiiNo; 'l. awl it lids NOT cost his
lo be heard before the ,board.'' Unless' .. the public shows by its atleiKlame ever," Parade Chairman, Dr.parade R.S. "Eat it there with us or take it home", !May 23 a great festive day in Slal'kl' parents n single' pt-nney! The Shrine

thai it wants night| IIIt'l.thl"H they will eventually be discon- (Bob) Mullins predicts. Cunningham says. The entire profit Tlie Bradford ShnntTH' plan to raise ItUI"i"k''.. no distinction: ol race, sex orrrortl
finned If von fed lull I they serve i II worth\\ hill'IIUI'I'OSI', let it be known will go to the Crippled Children's most of (heir annual I crippled: childrencontributions / and' net'il only know that the ,I

by your allt'nll"'t' R.D. Cunningham, who is chairman: Fund. "We are expecting our Chicken with I Ilie chicken dinner child iiut'd.s!:; hl|>hi.s parents. cannot af-

of the large chicken dinner committee Dinner to be" the largest we have ever and their annual paper sale which lord 'I he 'Kcd! {fo/ wearing Shriners

planning the main affair, says the din- sponsored, Noble Cunningham! said. comes in the fall rind !tlieir ho.spital" colleagues. do the

ner will begin at 12 noon at the Starke "The invitation is extended to every Cost: of operating( the 18 Shrine orthopedicliospitalKiiiiii rest
Elementary Cafeteria. The delicious citizen of this area to come and bring ,
: (throe Hums In
\
Links chicken and "trimmings" will be their families The Shrine Clowns, Mitutcs has That you! have helped is a great
and risen
I Cuff BeansWooed ( more limn $135niilliun
Jelly marching units and various colorful since last 1 year to a whopping IS comfort also \\0 to you a !hrll1el'.ar 1ft they hope it




by personal phone In what has been called "the !

calls, engraved cuff links, and greatest lobbying effort in the We Get Letters--'- -- .. .. -...- -'" .

jelly beans, eight of Florida's history of the country" Mr.


House 11-man of Representatives delegation in fell the the Reagan White called House or invited eight of to Commissioners Need Better Reasons />//>/<,m<,... Musi. lit- Lirr.,wtl! I.'

under the spell of President Florida's 11 Democrats in the Before Ret' I'

deserted Reagan's the soft sell and House of Representatives. His ertdng Zoning hoard To /?"' of Ynltn in lifnl! It '",.ld

Democratic winning smile and jelly beans The concerned residents of Lincoln
leadership to vote for the ad City and Deerwood Subdivision original recommendation by the Zon-
ministration's Gramm-Latta apparently paid off hand- fought a long and arduous battle have ing Board to deny this zoning. Since "I(lie recent iVfk-ra) conn t ruling/ tpMt-d h\ prnlcssmnals and .students.

budget-cutting bill. somely, for last Thursday stop construction of the to the County Commissioners over-ruled regarding the Klcr-rli: Stanstu;;' '>liniAssessment I i 11'\ nit by jinrf"e.sbionas\ and certain-

those eight voted for the batch concrete plant within proposed the the Zoning Board once, we anxiously 'JVM r'.jrl II. KIHP I imnnlLiteracy l\ i-clltx-i'thi1" host l, : llunking I of practicing -
confines -
Gramm-Latta bill instead of of the "Industrial Park" await the upcoming meeting on May : Kxani': I is ant ininv, onnu.na |; |n'ofesso'ua;" h. in t the held I of educat -
House Speaker Tip O'Neill the Democrat South 301. on 18. victory for Miiilouts: HS Mr Mi ipiro. t ion.. Tliei <> should/ De no question that
Leadership-
said the Reagan victory There appears to be something attorney for are | lijintilt>- oug csts. the It'Otll'f' appropriate' measures of
means Republicans (and the sponsored bill which many We have from the very beginning more to this situation than is being Kcason,'ble' st.uul.si-i.. are a part 01everyone's "111111.1; : -kll.s:
defecting economists think would be opposed the zoning which permitted told, since both the Zoning Board and late and the ability to com-
Democrats, of less inflationary and would bring the issue of the concrete plant to take the Adjustment Board feel this is not municate and apply simple The ('ommisMoner: of Education

course) will have to take the down interest rates faster place. The County Commissionerssaw the proper place to locate a batch con mathematical operations arc re- should continue Jus stand of positive

blame for "brnral"' spCUli. '' I 1". -.-. < i fit to approve the Intensified crete fa'-'Mtj.: Both hoards have quired in everyday life for even the statements toward pursuit the legal
< ap- .
., ..i'' t ..)11! q r- (the ". '.\lf simnlest! of 1- -Vs. Students should be right to have: the" .."* "U-

rates, and? federal deficits. .".... ., ..u.vi! n,n. u.. jui ,K .cgin. a > ,.ouslicadult dard .. 0. ._.....w.. .,> uiii r lurid?
less than that proposed by the based their decision on sound-, me and the current standardsas high schools. All citizens should support -

We beg to differ Gramm-Latta bill. reasonable facts. It is with much tested in SSAT II offer some this effort in every way possible.
with Mr. LINCOLN CITY RESIDENTSNOT regret that the same cannot be said of reasonable assurance that routine

O'Neill however; -when hesaid .. -White Reagan was using the .". CONSIDERED rvr the County Commissioners' Y'lId. tasks! can be done. JinxDuncanJBfincipalBradford.41igh: :

off the;. >'0&noqr3tsback..Tbemonkey>< gu 'tfife'ntoWtej?; s $9ft-sell! tactics' :! :; of jellY' beansPQttC.utt. something Awould lust about like the the situ[ ti pjp oShong know milted ,Ihemselve that %-,{l.t..ITth.e.i.r."btttmpt'ling 1'#:,y7 1. ,alari4! .J' :.L7ekk i.44 rw! '.,i'l.r.l : .s-s a SchoolY2S
; .Jjiiks ; possirortfA-J'ttiiTiot) ,
; to i r
woo Congressmen the ulor :-J siidrfgre! { i yIlNr&! 1Rfi'W'st ; .
is definitely on the his White House be the people of Lincoln C-4ePiM-VOt11d looked inlo Ihe'Tnatte.I' fully as! 'tH'ey!\ ?11> h. .. w. huu_ .Lt.'iota! [,IoI.." .." .....a"N'rtll." ....,\rtv\i- ? \ ? WV..w'III
nearest to the concrete should
if have.
plant That
backs of those Democrats who staffers were applying strong it is built. The 75 to 100 families living admit such a mistake was a as fine it was time too to history If tinrliplimui' ,that .i- /'1"t'di.tJl0UI "t-,\ ", \\', ,\1\|
: ht
beniii-ihal
; i ''
'> "yn' '!
allowed themselves to be arm tactics by contacting the in this area would suffer the most of late to change their decision of the rather than r-unn'il' itiffh.nii ,ir, <'

Reaganized with jelly beans, heavy contributers to Con- anyone.Our zoning in the first place.It ,good: that the Made:: uf out) MHIIUIndults Ti/ those' ciM..onconcerne'l with

phone calls, and cuff links. gressional candidates, asking right to use and enjoy our pro- will be interesting to vvili' caution, +lo br OIKnl.tIII\ niiir.ilion. '.1\1 iMiloi'it-rncvit, prisons,
perty, as we have in the past seemsno see how the I or I fiiitd.s!
them to bring their influenceto ( Commission votes this time! If willingness to wnrk tor tcllue\ ,KI
The Reagan budget concern to( the ones wanting this they
aided all ,
areas: of one's' life
bear on the beneficiaries of plant, since they have not mentionedus vote again to over-rule recommenda Tl'-ri' wlllbot'fal.l.\.H.1LLYon!
and abeted .
The ..
by Florida's defec- their bounteousness remin- at all in their arguments. All the lions made to them by the Adjustment 5th Circuit r.nir.i ilfcl.in.-tl Dial Moniliiy.: ,\ IT.. (Irom I1 .:3' a ann to
ting Democrats calls for Board, how the 'test"tlifl i.nt, r.i.ilcli the cur I .ter! ,
deep talk has been about Deerwood Sub- can they possibly hope to p in il iln'.Si.ili- I'apitol.
ding them of past favors and justify their decision riculuin! ot I ilu 'econdalt; schools oi, I'lif I"Lf. '
spending cuts in education, division, but we would be much closer ? Or sire we \ /MAI.LY is annthers-ay
health, nutrition, asking their support of the to it than they are. again going to be faced with (their all Florid! IVi h.'I)" all ihc evidence \* :as t,i show our l legislators; ) that more

development community Reagan-Stockman budget. Also, we are iq a straight line of I the encompassing remarks, "Because we not pivseiitfil by the Stale. but ,it I i I'. incoticcivable nii-nev ,is lu'ivlcd! to fund the. vital

energy, southwest winds halt the concrete think it should be there", or better yet that theme an .itiv ni-t'ds of Fl'am'nta ('lti/l'ns ,.
transportation aid to the handicapped All's fair in love and plant attorneyWiVWM't'hc] dust because they don't have to account schools tluit il o nut I ';u.-i' b.ioit ,i-nin- Plan now to jinn with us in support

and social cuff from to the voters for their decision". tnunicntiiin unit! ni.ilii kjI):;< flip'' ,
security politics--but links and jelly away Deei1i sj 8tdulit? I Board of Killioalioa.: ij IJJf.tii 'tytinlciseinsaleslacby; (|. :
Jui! : '
benefits. thought he said there ] 'V-ii'ViV| >ir ''Ittrna1ttg.IWs : '
woudn in
beans????? !I be any that / r.li4y, Tallahaour >
Mr. Wolbcrt has indicated ivnuuliaiioii. fin ti.i'licL-iil i k ill I ,
But these same winds woUW1)low( it they are lh ; a : and; .runJtnt \ Jcy.vrs und. pr.'m..inllIUJ
right into( homes prepared to take the matter to court. be offered and this ij.iK'ya'yliinf; in #fc-Kibl.itors.h .
:
our ; and'we like to ; ; -, ," Vi oRnli
There are many of us who feel l this all schools thai hive aiinuiil.s'er'(! d! tIn .
breathe dust-free air too. : !! Fairluithertglurpl.Iaim'
I Senate Soap Opera woman who lives right down;A/iWidow-the road may well be the only solution and oar/ SI a Ith.II'r'. ,\', r.'$ I.y.: vflftL.', *. ;dll..Pilih-.yi: v' \ ,: "" 'if on.ther' 1M;Itll 10

.. Crom me has breathinil irn.thIs, anti only opportunity to get a fair and un- however, no vvo>> (\u yjij)"<'l'l' .. (,,,,,Jl!I ,11at2olnvlhul4dler
partial decision made not only the Studentsvill tc 61. 1, ; 11'(1" tit Ilir
has been in and out of the hospital for on ; '
It several issue of the concrete plant, but on the point of no Iailil-Vjrfp!{ ; bnr .? is"n, -. Ihinh4iri Fdut?Jir.m
have Wha .,
may been more interesting years.? ; wiJIihappen! to : ian"n ,..I t: t1 ::1 dlb'u: I a'ib'4''nile
zoning as well.
There
elevated him to the self- her if this plant is is an obvious .The .
than the builUii' bA "r' A""I''I' tr.It' + "h tClr,' ? "O il !
antics of J.R. Ewing-but soap opera it proclaimed position of "kingof My family and I just moved into out- public disregard opinion for rules and the and interests regulations not, developed' by pntldudmiils.,' > ;:;) !! I1I't.; }' ""III/R.5....T I k\1 J\ 'si't'H\ \n'I("inll'Sr' : &
,
the mountain" resented the new home in February about 200( leer of -t 'I nfol hr 'otivcnoii.Jl.lHlivtff(\ nV
was also more offensive. from the only the voters, but all persons living .
plant site. '
We will be paying "rt.19 q I ;
Speaking, of about efforts of his one time protege, on this! house all the within the county. Whether by I' I ;e "a.
course, the rest of our life, coincidence b' soli l' .!_: hi'S., :' i !' ;: Id tunCDaif'
Childers to or not there ---
cut-throat re-elect himself and would like to be able to enjoy it seems (lo beentirelyy ; :;:r-"lT. n.li.
power struggle of without loo many conflicts of interest .. **l- \1 "
president
waged in the Senate for an getting'covbred" with dust : "
Tallahassee
last concerning this/ issue. 'L't'B .
time the O.M-,, I'e V
every ,
week between unprecedented second term. nCJrele silo has a .

"old cronies" who two are former now When Barron attempted to noise"blowout"would from also be overloading.a nuitfahcc! with The vestigation It is more be than made overdue in (this that anin ,h.nneldt?,,,. .13: ,.;' Bobby { -.::t. _... 4 J., h-.t?
defuse mailer. Notebook-
this : ;
fighting to the death like two drive, Childers those heavy trucks running in and out Whether it take us lo court or not. I J, | f pot- ; .) '1'." .oJ!

bantam roosters for control of retaliated by removing the all day long and the noise.from the .'tion sril 10oiI\ ,li" plumeWiMU.sil, ; Toy l'10 .r ffitl3 J''IL : ,_

the State Senate. "the Red Baron" from his ;concrete mixer and the future block Concerned KcsidiiiM ,111,-"---.:_ l-.xti'iisinii i!i _.tt L
.. ,
powerful position as Rules plant. I hear that this fine dust settles of Lincoln City Ufidi 1 .M. -
All this on cars in (lie area and then the dew Deerwood SubdivisionKLPOA He: .
unfortunately, in Committee chairman of the > It ."
will yyjjyll(1IOSIC;''' '
cause it to cake and ruin the I SPI'II'| ,K-iiniy
the declining days of the 1981 senate.It finish. up ag.lii"oJthe State 'al'nwl',1rItI'kl'l ly from I the giinliMi, I'm looking for
ward
Will Burn un north Jill in to tniiKit.irs! beans-and
Legislative Starko.
,, session when all We help elect our county commissioners S'nny ol ourarea's piM .
so rot t .
the efforts and attention of our was Barron's move then just tike Deerwood. und I first l'Ul'lllnbl'f't'I'e corn.Kvt'n
to form an alliance between think Civ it- Center Mortgage lust Monday evcmtii at I the :Market,
legislators should be concen they owe us to( check up on this : thi'ugh most: 1 of our vegetables
beginning
matter like the a !>season I hat will invludepeppers
mostly conservative Zoning Board and the .11-0 huiking!
trated on problems of financing j.rrttj good right .
Adjustment Board did. A* Supper squash: anti c'gplalll: ( now
The .
our prison Democrats and the 12 Senate Zoning on May 22 espciMlly those thai are irrigated/
system, our Board voted against it twice and the our lawii.s,
Republicans to garner enough Wainsv hl Farms fiiistui-i's iind some field
schoolsour interstate Adjustment Board once. I'm sure 'A: ot Sl.nki\i is crops. are utfl'rm0111
>
highway system and other votes to possibly defeat these boards found good cause lo vote covered dish supper ;and operating: ( .' packing lacilily i in oil,"Ii. Kvery; dry ilay / the drought.

vital needs of Florida citizens. Childers' two term bid. At this against a concrete plant when I they investigated held mortgage-burning by the Kingsley ceremony Lake .will be I ion to gnmiii. Thl'l1:; several! acres: ofvegelubk's. productHni and meats crop: less failures. and will less
it and Properly pack
point, the visited other plants any pl'lI'duce result if we
struggle oetweenChilders'
Owners Assn. at the civic available in the get( no rain in the next
in
the center area this
But what do we get when we and Barron's area. Highway 16-C Friday on Call year. week or, MI
supporters I think if the county commission night May 22. or visit the :Market/ lor mole in
switch t.jpn 'Channel l lTallahasse bipartisan coalition ap- would lake the lime to look around al at 7 p.m. formation.! or if you would like them Thet.'I'1/ cattle
The short
these' da> s- pears to be a standoff. Also at !some of these plants and see the I mess chased. civic three center properly was pur. lo handle yuur products.The \"'l'kI'IS uut"t.llldlng. Some course last

Dempsey Barron and W.D. ,a standoff, while all this was they make they might change their Strickland and years ago from (l- .W. goal information" was presented very
minds in fairness final payment on the' BrooKer Farmers: :\I..kl.t1.. ill by
Childers.onetithebosombuddiestrying / to us iulified| and
going on, is action the properly knoulvtlgvuble/
on new mortgage was made this month. also be in operation people. I Iv
owners!> I sure hope they do this a.IIIIhIS''pflll( \ us: disappointed!
to carve each State budget, providing funds before the final vole is made. Thanks Clay County Commissioners. and Jennings Starting of (;/'aha'll111' be of our local in the !small number

other .up .like*the--*turkeys": 'for< !schools; prisons, roads. Arthur Williams.Jr their wives have been invited to at' operating there, and he Mill also handle feel I that those cattlemen who attending(, and
tend did
they're used to dealing out to., and; other matters more im- Box 101:1.: Slarkc Association.the supper as guests of the most vegetables that[ tie grow. missed, some good information not attend
)
their' home 'districts.' ( In porJant than Childers' reIecUon.for Call him if you need mire information fellowship. and
about
the
Brookvr
'legislative,lingo. turkey UCa' ."I a second term operation!

pork. barrel project .that a 'j There is more interest tln i II a Dur' Bradford-Union Cattlemen will
: vegetables
legislator finagles:?! for ',the f.rr. ''t'!' All of which is'hardly an exfercMse -' in our area this year. There is an increase meet tonight, (Thursday, May H) at
: in restoring "....,. >MEMIlIt. Ihcgrlt.'ulture Center in
confidence .M" in Starke.
folk of A
cucumbers
b
acreage ,
"k J whether its !
&.d. off _......,.,,"_tV'1It1-<<,o ".,'Floridacitizens' '!iin'' the i oap4t' I per.and eggplant.aMd about the usual pep Florida hamburger cookout sponsored: by the
.nee
or no. ,1 ( priorities and the better ll'i: ? ; number ,of acres 'of Ktjuash/ : string- Bank at Starke will start at 7
judg- with
;
Some pl'he! furyjhad substded -tt ''me.nt [ '\ beans,and watermelons.Hirvegetable Pin.All a good program following.!
9) legislators.! 1 County Cattlemen are
.
? ... ESTAI"ISHEOiS7o'i 1:, encouraged
vl'tr
this.week, but t tJte ttk bek "to : ( to attend.
As : ; : / trupVare sfill, look
for S 'nat tch1Iders owv
and
'pow ns.ltugrJfJ.ih ws no ; A -VV .., ing '
: sign,. Senator pretty good; despite 'the'' 'dry
: \ ,
;
;pf 5eing Iesolvedv and won't,j5 agon-.we can't, !!OBO, renGusoNOMNM.. M MIUU:Publithur. r wp: Uier.and ttxH.cohdiMkynS. A good'>.

be as loni4 !> th two cornlulsitla r .JUenV1.; ; who fi -t. prop rr / rain,,Jvsannknighia.would; brlng--a 1.

Mi&c l ttie ,. I"' ,....... ..,.... t too f activ.iy,1ahiirtKt,, ,
c t'eMainal' III e curse- "A plague: '' ,.ft .........4 CI...M.$ .,NI/..P. 050., nfl a'mtpavk' *
) 't1rlrver1' on botn y< MarhflaseSf""lBUt' ..s..... .... uft4.."...,_....1. "" t.}; J ing., Jtj.w0uliJ t >abiaijwfp: but gardenft* y
1j in! :
r.'ffflii matter w J97tttnist: ';;w<<"t : ..' F/.t ", .';i;,.;;...i:iM.....r....t...Y' N'IS it 5' ,! ". '. and, ,t lher vrw; *>nisv>d M'.vaTtelyriA" >'
j' I 1. __A ,. ... __ 0.,4.1,04., .,... our.-;,meow!; .at-jhoi !(slhate.'already'
hJ _, ...
.. IIJI.s.a.LH$I. .... .... '
'nlww.'s .. ... ..... had
The
ioiff JW ( t ng" -- Lusts
t9 : spriniiiianjfcnUit of
r "''WfIJ\wlwr""mYc\ "j : I0lwdytoena. d'iiorlalilt? ---- -.aw ''t,..... mrN pdtbibet, Mount Rushmore -
a t fs' cucumbers! and squash: and you justcan't can ba seen from
beat the fresh vegcta bles direct 60 miles away.





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Brenda n Ii' 'I, I .
Koberts "
and Scott Baker .


I Married May- 2 in Methodist Church ( YhIrdys cca t


The marriage of Brenda Kay Woman's Club which was decoratedwith "
Roberts and William Scott Baker wait arrangements of spring flowers A' \ ,'(t. ':'::11 tt :. l ':'i: i
solemnized err .: y' : i :
Saturday 2 at
May 8 p.m. throughout. 'd1 '
IW'N ,\ *
in the First United Methodist Church Greeting guests at the door were $ JL'Jocief ,

the with Rev. Wr en Langer perforn .ig Mrs. Randy Johns, Mrs. J.R. Reddish l y :/,pr, f :::: ,
candlelight,
double-ring Mrs. Harry Gruen and Mrs.J.E. 'I"/7M .

ceremony.The Hardy. : 964760B, ,.y
bride Is the daughter of Mr.and The bride's book table in the librarywas '
'
Mrs. George Roberts of Starke and covered with a satin cloth Ji'\ ,
the room is the son of Mr. and Mrs. covered with tulle and held a silver ,.
William L. Baker of Switzerland, Fl. hurricane lamp with a white candle.

The altar was attractively appointed The mantel in the library held a long fi i Cynthia Stalnaker and Timothy Morgan
with two tall baskets of
Fuji arrangement of roses, eucalyptus,fox 7 I
mums, eucalyptus and Fuji pompoms glove and statice.JThe '
against a background of arch, spiral bride's table was covered with Wed April 19 at Emmanuel Baptist ChurchMiss f.
and tree candelabras with white a'lace cloth with organza skirt and

tapers and palms. Fuji mums, draped with a garland of springer Cynthia Elaine' StainaKer, All the flowers were handmade by
candles and greenery marked the Centering the table was a three daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie E. Mrs. Cindy Morgan of Tallahassee, .
family pews. tiered, columned wedding cake topped Stalnaker of High Springs and sister-ln-law of the groom. ,
I Mrs. Drew Reddish, pianist, W.B. with a white orchid and flanked Timothy Laymon Morgan of Starke, Andy Morgan, nephew of the
McKinney, violinist and Joey Herres, by two silver epergnettes with white son of Roy L. Morgan Jr. of Hamptonand groom, was ring bearer.
soloist and organist, presented a program tapers and arrangements of white Ms. Loletta Morgan of Starke, Given in marriage by her father, ..ti 1
of nuptial music. and apricot roses IIl1tt yellow statice. were united in marriage Sunday, the bride wore a white satin, floor
Mr. Baker attended his son as best The punch table Dverlald with April 19, at 3 p.m. at Emmanuel Baptist length gown with long lace sleeves,
man. Ushers were Richard and Scott lace cloth and centered with a white Church, Starke, with Rev. M.D. high neck with lace inset on collar and .-
Roberts, brothers of the bride Billy wrought iron stand hoMing an arrangement Medeiros performing the nuptials. bodice and detachable chapel length .
Robshaw, and Tim and David Baker, of spring flowers. At each + Centering the altar was a seven train made of lace. She wore a )
brothers of the groom. end were silver punch bowls. 1 candle arch flanked by palms and rhinestone necklace given to her by
Mrs. Richard W. Roberts, sister-in- The food table in front of the stage r/ ferns. Bows marked the family pews. her mother and her Juliet cap with
law of the bride, attended as matronof was covered with a lace cloth and Presenting a program of nuptial rhinestones and sequins secured her
honor. Bridal attendants were centered with a large arrangement of music were Tammy Benefield, net veil edged with lace, same as on
Misses Rhonda Harrell, Cheryl spring flowers in a white wrought iron pianist and John Morgan soloist. the gown and train.She carried a bou- .
Brown, Peggy Way, Cheryl Voss, stand. Keith Northrup served as best man quet of white silk roses,white daisies,
Karen Hands and Tara Roberts, Cutting the cake at intervals were and John R. Morgan of Starke, and baby's breath, ribbons and white
junior bridesmaid. They were attired Mrs. Betty Rands, Mrs. Vernon : Roy D. Morgan of Tallahassee, streamers.A .
alike in sapphire gowns with blouson Silcox Miss Kathy Struth, Mrs. Bob- t brothers of the groom, were reception was held at the home of
top and soft short sleeves with a bow by Biggs, Mrs. Ann Godwin and Mrs. Miss Jacqueline Ann Bishop sewed Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bailey at Sampson
at the shoulder. The skirt was flowing Carolyn Brown. Serving the groom's as maid of honor. She wore a pale Lake which was decorated with floral
layers of chiffon in a waltz length witha cake were Mrs. Raymond Maltby lavender gown of full lustrous arrangements and white streamers.
handkerchief hem. They wore mat- Jr., Mrs. Billy Robshaw, Mis. polyester knit with sheer chiffon The bride's table was covered witha
ching sapphire chiffon hats with soft Michael Moore Miss Gloria overlay; V-neckline, split sleeves lace cloth and centered with a heart-
Mr. and Mrs. Scott
Baker
chiffon flowers and satin ribbon. They Strickland and Mrs. David Silcox. with tie trims and rose bud tie belt shaped wedding cake decorated with
carried cascade arrangements of of Presiding at the bride's book table formed the slightly! << raised waist. She blue and pink roses and flanked by a I
white Fuji mums and eucalyptus. were Misses Jana Godwin and Alise carried a bouquet of pink roses white silk floral arrangement. Cindy Sue
Little Miss Lea Roberts, niece of Johns, Mrs. Philip Spake, Miss Shelly Junior Woman's Club daisies, baby's breath, ribbons and Morgan cut the cake.
the bride, served as flower girl. She Sikes Miss Lee Ann Flynn and Mrs. Holds Installation- lavender streamers. The punch table was covered with a
carried a wicker basket that her great Perry Nicula. Awards Velma Joyce Stalnaker of High Springs white linen cloth and held an arrange-- {
grandmother Roberts' flower girl Presiding at the punch bowls were BanquetThe sister of the bride and Peggie ment of daisies.Hors d'oeuvres,chips '.
carried at her wedding. Mrs. Joan Chitty, Mrs. Rick Junior Women's Club of Starke Loletta Morgan of Starke, sister of the and dips were served.
Master Chad Farnsworth was ring- Stephens, Mrs. J.D. Warren, Mrs. held their annual awards banquet and groom were bridal attendants. Their Mrs. Ellen Bailey greeted the \
bearer. V.J. Spengler, Mrs. Charles Flynn, installation of new officers Monday gowns were similar to the honor attendant guests at the door and Mary
The bride, given in marriage by her Mrs. Gus Kopelousos, Mrs. Bill night May 4, at the Western Steer except in baby blue. All the Stalnaker kept the bride's book.
father, wore an ivory polychiffongown. Adams, Mrs. Carl Minx, Mrs. Pat Steakhouse. attendants wore flowered combs on Assisting were Mrs. Lisa Morgan,
The bodice was adorned with Farnsworth, Mrs. W.H. Thomson, ."Clubwoman of the year" was Joan one side of their hair decorated with Mrs. Ellen (Bootsie) Lowe Mrs. t
alencon lace and beaded tiny pearls in Mrs. David Gaines, Mrs. Phillip Hall. "Rookie of the year" and small white daisies, tiny pink rose Tamara Benefield Mrs. Mildred iS"
a scroll design. The high sheer neck of Johns, Mrs. Steve Denmark and Mrs. "President's choice awards" were buds and baby's breath. The atten- Medeiros and Mrs. Mamie Watford.
illusion was of English net with mat Randy Cory.Following. presented to JoAnn Agin. Silver bowls dants carried bouquets of pink silk Following a wedding trip to St.
ching lace and pearls. The full skirt a wedding trip to Sanibel and charms were gifts t to the winners. roses, white daisies baby's breath, Augustine and points of interest the .
culminated in a chapel length train. Island the couple is residing in Ocala. Approximately 25 members and satin ribbons and blue streamers. couple is residing at 615 N. Water ;
She wore a Juliet hat of ivory lace witha The bride is a graduate oT Bradford guests enjoyed a steak dinner seatedat Melissa Phillips attended as flower Street Starke.
pouf bow and cascade down the High School; was employed with Dr. a U-shaped table which was girl. She wore a pink dress of woven The bride is a junior at Bradford.

back. She carried a cascade bouquetof Harry Gruen for two years and then decorated phalaenopsis orchids and attended Florida Junior College.Mr. ment. and carried a small white wicker The groom graduated from Brad- !'\: ''.J'-''\ .' (,
stephpePntion Baker is employed with Ring Following ,the dinner Mrs. V.J. basket with satin ribbon ties filled ford High School in 1979 and is 'i'fff.;:' was held in the Starke Power Corp. In Ocala. Spengler installed the following officers with fresh rose petals. employed at Owens-Joist of Starke.
.
Mr. and Mr Timothy Morgan
for 1981-82J Beckie
: president,
rr-. Jones; first vice-president. JoAnn
r, Engaged Couple Agin; second vice-president Joan Miss Carol Beam Weeks U.D.C. ChapterHas
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Open House secretary Hall; treasurer, Iva Jean'l3arrell.Shan Johns; Shower HonoreeMiss Program on

HonoreesMiss Special guests for the evening included e Carol Beam, whose marriageto General J.B. GordonA
Donny Wise will be an event of June
Mrs. Spengler, Mrs. Lester
Melanie Green and Rex General
historical on
6, was honored at a bridal shower program
Crews, Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. W.H.
Siemer, whose will be of
marriage an Mrs. John B. Gordon. 35th governor
Thursday, April 30, given by
Thomson and Mrs. Jerome Johns.
event of August 22, were honored at Janis McKinney, Mrs. Jeanie Nor Georgia and three times a U.S.
an Open House on Saturday evening man and Mrs. Louis Bennett at the Senator, was given by Mrs. Herbert
given by Mrs. Joan Chitty and son, home of the latter of Heilbron Spr Thomas at the W.T. Weeks chapter,
t Randy, Mr. and Mrs. Al Coston, Jr., little Women's Club ings. U.D.C. meeting Wednesday. May 6.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Francis Mr. Tea ,. ,. 1 UiTh refreshment table was covered held at.the home of Mrs. Franklyn
Having a '
i
and Mrs. William Mr.and Mrs. with
Haas Weir Berber in Keystone Heights
w i n .two. .with a white lace cloth and,had a sprTWg -
Charles Hardy, Col. and Mrs. Harry ,,fpr Mothers 5 ,,,tt t rti uNrIP ..rrnw ,centerpiece'of flowers( accented Mts: Cecelia Terwillegar and Mrs.'
.
M. Hatcher, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Bob .iii each side. A J.E. Wilson as co-hostesses.
The Little Women's Club will host a > withr a yellow candle on
Milner, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell will be held in
Mother-Daughter Tea, tonight, crystal punch bowl was to the side. District Two meeting
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. George Thursday, at the home of the presi- Two games were played during the Jacksonville May 21 and the chapterwill
Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Elzie Sanders
dent, Stacey Denmark on Parker party hours by the 22 guests. be represented by Mrs. Lester
fN 1 and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Womack. This Thomas and
Street, Starke. Among the guests were Mrs. Millie Crews, Mrs. Herbert
delightful affair was held at the Hat. Special guests of this event will be Simmons and Miss Charlene Beam, Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber.The .
cher home on East Call Street. the girls mothers, and the officers of grandmother and sister of the next meeting will be the annual
.: Upon their arrival,the honored cou- the Senior Woman's Club of Starke. honoree and Mrs. Ralph Wise and June picnic and installation of of-
.-. ple was presented a corsage and The Tea will take the place of the Mrs. Purvis Brown mother and ficers at the Kingley Lake home of
boutonniere. regular monthly meeting, and will be grandmother of the prospectivegroom. Mrs. W.B. Mundy on June 3 with Mrs.
Genene Dorminey Greeting the guests at the door and from 8 to 9 p.m. A short business tt. .t, Charley E. Johns and Mrs. Guy Saleas

Genene Dorminey, were presenting Col. and them Mrs.to Hatcher.the bridal couple meeting following will the take Tea place for the immediately of _.a_ .1' t'A l.Yi" chosen Miss Beam china was from given her hostesses a piece of as her a ....co-hostesses........... .... ...... .. ...
purpose -- -- --
Steven WhippleTo Inviting guests to the refreshment election of the 1981-1982 officers, and Laura Kay'Thomas memento of the occasion.
Wed May 30 table was Mrs. Mark Patray,sister of summer plans for the club. More Socials Pg. 8A
the irroom-elect and Miss Kathv. Laura Kay:Thomas,
Mr. and Mrs. James Wallace Dor- Green, sister of the brideelect.The Mlcha.J/B oOke
miney, Sr. of Hampton announce the dining table was covered withan Starke Woman' Club
engagement and approaching mar- embroidered appliqued braid silk Engagement Told
riage of their daughter, Genene organza cloth and centered with an May Breakfast SaturdayThe
Mrs. Seletta Thomas of Gainesville MEATS forless !)
Diane, to Steven of multi-colored (Quality
Craig Whipple, son arrangement roses Starke Woman's Club will have announces the engagement and approaching -
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Whipple of flanked by a silver candelabra with their annual May Breakfast Saturday marriage of her daughter

Starke. burning yellow tapers. May 16, at 11:30: a.m. at the club Laura Kay Thomas;' 16 Michael Blane
The Silver held hot and hors
bride-elect is a graduate of trays dips ,
house for members and guests. Brooks, son of Mr., and Mrs. Roy
Bradford High School. d'oeuvres and other party food. The Breakfast will be catered by Brooks of Ft; Lauderdale.
The wedding is planned for Saturday Inviting guests to the family room members of the Junior Woman's Club The weddiflg'will be an event of Water's Grocery
30 at 3 in the were Mrs. Chitty Mrs. Coston, Mrs.
May p.m. Graham
and served by the Little Women'sClub. August 1; at 4:00: p.m. in the First
Church. Francis and Mrs. Haas and to the
Baptist Mrs. H W Whiffen, chairmanand Baptist Church in Ocalj
Mo' loc.il .ir ;.talions are being sent patio were Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. Mitchell Mrs. Joan Chitty, cochairmanare All relatives and friends are invitedto Ad Effective May 15 thru May 21. 1981
but all friends and relatives are invited Mrs. Pierce, Mrs. Sanders, in charge of arrangements and attend.!) '
to attend. Mrs. Womack and Mrs. Milner.
will be assisted by committee Fresh 3 Lbs "
Pouring punch were Mrs. Bill hostesses. Susan Gale:Crlfrls,

Green, Mrs. Curtis Sanders, aunts of Karey D. Sounders Beef
Stork Shower For the bride-elect, Miss Kathleen NECK
McGriff, cousin of the bride-elect and CARD OF THANKSI To Wed May 30 <:

Robin Gilmore Miss June Clarkson of Gainesville.Also wish to express to my kind Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Griffis of BONES $ -oo| Liver 99 Lb.
Mrs. Robin Gilmore was complimented assisting in caring for the neighbors and thoughtful friends my Raiford announce the approaching
at a stork shower last guests were Misses Vicki Gair. Ella heartfelt thanks for their many expressions marriage of their daughter, Susan 6 U>.Until
Thursday given in the luncheon room Hall and Debbie Ratliff and Mrs. of kindness, flowers and Gale,to Karey David Saunders son of
at the Bradford County Telegraph by Jesse Myers. cards extended to me during my recent Rev. and Mrs. James C. Saunders of
the employees. Arrangements of multicoloredroses hospitalization. I also wish to Penney Farms. Slab
Sharing the occasion were fellow were used throughout the party thank the doctors and nurses at Brad The wedding will take place on Spiced I >4j. 99C
employees from the Telegraph,Uafon rooms as well as hanging plants and ford County Hospital for their services Saturday, May 30 at 3 p.m. in Luncheon $159 Lt BACON 4'f.J 1E.
County Times and Lake Region house plants. and the kitchen staff for the Evergreen Baptist OkOrch in Lawtey.No .
Monitor. Others who! assisted In serving were good food served there while t was a local invitation are being sent .
The luncheon table was centered Mrs. Ken Weaver of Gainesvile, Mrs. patient. but all friends and relatives are invited Lykes Lykes 12otpII:
with an arrangement of roses and a Charles Darby, Mrs. Don Rardon and Gladys Weldon to attend.
variety of covered dishes were enjoyed Mrs. Don Neel. ... Cooked All Beef
after which Mrs. Gilmore The hosts and hostesses presentedthe I $1 119 $11 9

opened her many useful baby gifts. honored couple with the platter to HAM 12 M..... WE@IEASFresh
their chosen china.
Judge and Mrs. R.A.Green.Jr and JanuaryClearance '
Titus OlsonCelebrates Mr. and Mrs. Otto F. Siemer parents LawteyCabbage
90th of the honored couple were also pre
sent. Guests from Gainesville were I Beans
BirthdayA Mr. and Mrs. Mac McGriff and Mr.
and Mrs. Perman Roberts. jPork'n
group of friends honored Titus
*
Olson last Tuesday night. May 5. at a Sale 10'u
chicken dinner party at the Elks Club Four Generations 3t ea.
celebrating his 90th birthday. Celebrate
Centering the dining table was a
large birthday cake iced In white and Mother's Day ImMcey Northern Lb. Field Trail Kraft 18 Oz. -

decorated with yellow flowers. Topp- Four generations celebrated '
ing the cake were candles in the shapeof Mother's Day May 10 at the home of 'ToilDt Tissue ,,25 I Dog Food i Bu-isiB .. "

90. Mr. and Mrs. S.M. Miller with a May 6th 30th
Mr. Olson received many useful ,covered dish picnic. ,4'k'1.01. T a. $4.80 8Cbunx Sauce 89
gifts from his friends Including a hat Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. 0
and a pair of bedroom slippers. Bud Rosier, daughter. Cheryl from r .

Old You Ie_........... .and Lake Michael City Richard, daughter Miller Monica,sons Brad Sue 10% '- 9O%' 'Off ;,liUme, 16 Oz. 8 Pak 1 Lb. Quarters-
or OrangGatorado <
Carters Bob Meggan. from Daytona OleoMargarine
RC! Cola ft FtaTorsPepsi
Beach Mr. and Mrs. Richard Solze
Larry Williams of Tnomasville, daughter Kim, Mr. and Mrs.John M. c r On Selective Items '1>
Ga., spent Sunday and Monday with Miller,daughter Mary Anne Mr.and ( :, ,,
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Williams. Mrs. Veil R. Best son Marty and 69
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daughter Tina, Mr. and Mrs. George Ii aft 31a
Richard Williams of Tallahasseewas Hamilton and daughters Car and : !At4 s.. It Tax:+.Deq '

Tuesday overnight guest of his Erin and son, JeramLah. Rhonda : I I
Ask about credit toward non-sale items .
mother, Mrs. Mack Williams. Murray and daughter, Elaine. John ) } .. .
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58.28. N 14E 101.0 W 71.82. S 100 TO IJFG. DFSC OR IOS- -------"--- ----"----------------------------------- 8EG AT S. COR OF CI' OF "wI' CF "IE1'4 r 24..6' TO N "'w
304 3035 28 65' 22"3A30 O4B3-O9 HWY 200. PLY ON R/W 530' FOR P00. .J $ .3' RO' F 334,1'
63.9O l.92 1..9;! *9. .1..56 RYAN I3PVERL-V M RT 2 BOX S7 A/W. N 60' TO 908 FIC 9/0
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TKUEGBAPH May 14. INt

Mrs. Terri Pr vott


.II'( f ft.PFRRY (. .. Stork Shower Honor.

5104.IOdS-91.1a0ywpOj4 ...-. 2O400 O6P4O6T : +--w.------- +ar.rvww.ww_.5. Kirs. 'Terr'Prevail was honored
DARNELL S1SS 13 85 22 S510.00.100 O714-06
:3 BOX 326
2 BOX 240 with a baby shower on Thursday,
Nl/2 OF NW1/4 OF P4 FLAKES PC RT
*t/4 I. 5S NI.Y1l> OF SLY 6O
-71.33 t1241 3.67 56.35 CA3.49 COM AT INT.OF ELY R/W SR 321A C SLY R/W OF LAKE SHaRf&' OR. \pril 30 given by Mrs. Terri Palter

... .. .... ELY ON' SLY R/W U5'.S I46.8FOP POO.S46403'2OrE,187.31.S21406'40"E : i
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5105-10 73 22 4805 : 15.000624-10 I21.4. TO LAKC.SWLY LAKE OS ,NJ.J.'W: 1OI.7N3S The refreshment table was coveredwith
5F 62.7'TD- POD.EKA:10'
S62O IIO .N1639 IO"K 7147N
FORSYTH VASCO '. :lIT 3 BOX 347 .
,' a printed table cloth matchingthe
wis OF SW 'II OF NW'- EX SAC 'IDI STRIP DM NC SIDE "
$1cOR PUC IN NE! COR OF 8W'- OF SW'". >
12.55 :274.O6"s'l36
OF NW'231 45' E II W : i i8Bx 241.81 7.2S M2.4S plates and punch cups. A yellow
$256.95 nY.5j4J.'N $12.92 $6.35 $277.75 ---""------------------------------------*-------------
silk flower arrangement in a baby
-------------------.------ -------------------------------- 13 AS 22 3319 071 -06 I
3107 II 7S -22' 4S?:30a.' 3.00 062P-07 CRAWFORD L J *J MILOUFO C BT I carriage vase centered the table and

GRFFN FDWAPn t GERALDINE .o?s W MADISON ST LOT 2 OF HLK B-MT PLEASANT S/M FX W SO was flanked by a crystal punch bowl

NLY 3 ACS OF SMIX4 OF S>MX4 OF" Ntf IX* OR 108-257 and a cake, which was shaped and

V3I.26 .*>?4 l.6l 6.3S .4O.1A 3O3.79 J$9.11 IS6..t.V(-> -------"l16."sTsa'TS *-.--- decorated like a baby bib. Nuts were
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O72O-1I served from a silver baby rattle and
5109 IS ,S2! 4e42-rO0930 5.00 0632-06' BS 22 35S3-A-OOIOO

THOMPSON" WILLIAM C ,-f$3I MW 2ND AVE MOLTFRS J DUSTON PO BOX I3S3I mints from a miniature baby
PARCrCS 2-23 OF BLK T. ALL 1 N
COM AT 76..09N ".. 7' PARCELS 1-18. 21-25 OF RLK A C bassinet. Miss Dea Moredock Mrs.
NW COR$ SEC S 875.4 TO P08 E RIDGC SXO EX PARCEL II OF BLK A 6 EX PARCEL 3 OF OK Eaaa.74 ,
E 13a TO W R/i CO OR RO .6.W ON W RXV 1*3.02' W 4 O.7.- SILVER $2A.66 4S.77 7.90 969.07 Martha Sue Dyal and Mrs. Helen
S 43' W 764.09'.5 1a.3-; TO POR .
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-- -- assisted in
------------- -- ----- Paterson serving
104.19 43. ,3 '5.349.45 122.4
.. s759 13 aS 22 S5'55-A-0.900 0.,21-01 refreshments.Two P
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7s"22"45l3-/5T41 O643-05 SCHAFER JEFFREY H R VICTORIA GRT 2 BOX ?69
5112 19 and
played prizes
were
games
1ETTV 7804 C I IOT ST PARC' 19 OF BLK A IN SILVER RIDGE
BOX JA-CS : 1.21 CI4.I1: 46.15: 3O3.O3 were won by Mrs. Martha McGee and
LOTS 14 C 17>, 6 A PATTED ST BETWEEN LOTS 16 I.-BLK 14 IN 274.34 --
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ft 1.C -- Mrs. Ellen Glass.
HAMPTON ANO LOT 14 OF' (M.K i. FX PAR 25 EC* BY IIS'N&S sT60 T3 n"2'1-12' Sandra CrutchField
5356
ItS 22
15 HLK 14 DFSC OR 107SI26..9 -'.* The mother-to-be opened many
BOX 13331
WOLTERS J OUSTON' PO
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13.79' $6.5) --------------------- CON AT NW COR OF SW1/4 OF SWI/ BON E 360' FOR POP CONT E 6 useful gifts from the gift table which
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19 7S 22 4911-01419: O641-OA: S 432' W tOO N 392 NFLY AOPX 51' TO BEG was centered with a storl statue. The Sandra Crutchffold .

JOHNSTON W R PO BOX 114 70.61 2.I2 3.64 C7.9O 04.27 hostess presented the honoree with an Darren Williams : ,
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HAMPTON SO --------------- -- -- -
LOTS 1 .I9 t 20 OF BLK 14 UNO BY RR IN umbrella stroller and a baby food
109.30 .3.t8 5.63 **. 124.56 5234 13 8S 22 5649-A-00501 0822-05
E
----____---------- stacker as a memento of the occasion. Announce igagement _
---------------------------------------- BRADDY DWIGHT P. O. BOX 1354
5114 ?0 7S 22 4960-007011 6.00 O64B-O3 LOT 27-31 OF KEYSTONE OAKS' SID Honored guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Crutchfieldof

LOTT P H & SU/IE I P O BOX' 202 $206.69 $6.20 sio.64 $6.35 $229.88 Mrs. Allison Aljets, mother of the Brooker the engagement...
announce
FX '6. LOT 8 SXf OF SW 1/4 OF SWIX4C. ____ _____..____._._ _. .
LOT 7 I'N se COR __________ -- ---- ----- ----- --- honoree Miss Tract Aljets, sister of of their-
FX LOT 7 LYING N OF I *C IN SF COR OF.Ot' 7 13 65 22 '5A49-A-OI300 075-09 and approaching marriage ;
5165 the honoree Miss Sandy Smith Mrs.
S q.1S *e.50 4.29 7.90 $911.04 112 COOK ST daughter, Sandra Marie, to Darrell.
...... SAGO EUGENE fc ROSFMAPIE
----------- W.H. Glass Sr. of the
--------------------.----------------------- LOT 13 OF KFYSTONF OAKS grandmother Lee Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs,

5115 ?0 7S ?2 4960-00900( 2.00 O64R-06 41.33 11.34. 2.13 6.33. 4I.O5 honoree, Mrs. W.H. Glass,Jr., aunt of J.L. Williams of Gainesville.Miss .
LOTT P H L SU'-IE BO* 202
PLA ------------------""---- the honoree, and Mrs. Ellen Glass, of
LOT 9 F OF OLD ND 13 S/D OF SWI/4 OF 5W114 IN H SAXONS Crutchfield is a graduate .
36.69 69.80'. 416.112 S6.3 35< .66 3167 13 OS 22 S649-A-O16OO 076-99 cousin of the honoree. Bradford School Mr. Williams. .
WINN JAMFS R fc CLAUDIA P P FIOX 459 High ;
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C 30.00 O649-D6 LOT 36 6 37 KFYSTONE HGTS S/D graduated from Gainesville High
5116 :PI: 75 ?2 4974
BELL ni"FHT) E JR P 0 BOX' ) :3616 1984 School and both are employed at Crut*

SCI/4 OF Ntl/4 CX EIX4 '317.Ol VII.61 $19.967.90 427.31 chfield Electric in Gainesville.
344.13 -- ------------------------ BIRTHS
4112,55 S3A 16.10 S6.3S 3168 13 as 22 S656-A-00200 0727-TT The wedding is planned for Saturday -
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5117 .->'5 7S 22 4988-0030 5.OO OAS1-06 PATRAY J W "I' 0 BOX 145 .June 6, at 7:30 p.m. in New River

SI>CNCFP DONALD P S SHIRLEY A WT 3 BOX 260-C LOT 2 PARADISE SHORES: UN-RFCO PLAT Trisha Mae Wheeler Baptist Church in New River with a.-
E I96.60 S 981'>.1)3' $34.05 1.0? *t.7S 6.35 $43.17
COM SW COrt N 111.45 Ptil CONT" N 1229' reception following in the church-
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S 3fl* W 112.60' PUP 3169 13 as 22 S636-A-OOJOO ; ; ,; and Tori Wheeler of Starke Fellowship Hall.
.:?: 0 >.37 116.19 .IO.<>3 7.90 ':! .09 ? Donald '
MUSSELMAN W4 C (001 PFGIMENT OR All friends and relatives are invited "
------ ------------------- the birth of a daughter,
------ ------------------------ announce .
LOT 3 UNPFCD PLAT PAPADISF
5119 it 7S 22 S039 10.00 06- 4-01 41.I9 1.24 SHdffCS C2.12 .6.3S IbO.TOS170 Trisha Mae, born May 4 in Alachua to attend.
KYLF HARRY W t MANY ANN RT 3 BOX 598
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--- --- --- --------------------- -- General Hospital.
ALL SWIX4 S OF RY
II BS-Z2-56-56-A-OI7OO Mr. and Altar '
OR 128-??0 07211-12 Paternal grandparents are Society
1-1.19 SI.IS.' .I.n, 7.90 .49,,42 BOWERS OtlNALO T CnARHADA P 0 BOX 877 Mrs. HF. Wheeler, Sr. of Starke.
Attends ConventionSt.
LOT' 7 OF PARADISF SHORFS S/O OF AN UN RFC. PLAT DFSC 1)17
w------------------. -! --! .A-----------------------i-mi-m-----T.-m mS121 110-159 Maternal grandparents are Mr. and .

:2=> 7S 2? 5937->.OOaO., O65fl-04 .963.IQ .?n.VO S44.AO $'.>>0 H1.O40.'S Mrs. Mathew McKinney of Starke, Edward's Altar Society was
LOOGF F G "AM' ; 'K" C J BROWN :
---------------------------------------------- -------- ---- is Mrs. represented at the 51st Annual Con
I LOT I05FT K6W OY SOFT W SN NE COR OF LOT 0 SXO OF Nl/2 maternal great grandmother
OF NKOF! N41/4' 5171 22 83 22 5687 O732-12 Mae McKinney Varnes of Starke, vention of the St. Augustine Diocesan.

$(..Q4 1.21. .3A 7.90 I5.41 gRIICBA3RDS1rONGpALLEN L S JBRRIE L materXal great great grandmother is Council of Catholic Women by Carol
------------------.----- .- ----_---------------------- p' Coss Josephine
G 67 6-28-32342,5005EEPARC B DECS SS CONT4F R Rre IN Toi Q C Mrs. Almt Dyal of Hampton. Ashline Antoinette ;
5241 30 7S 22 5056-00121 0660-10 PG 321 Gumber Mrs. Lester Humphries

RUSH HAROLD E fi SUSAN K $515.01 $15.45 $26.52 $7.90 $564.88 s' . . Anne Samons and Dolores Meng. The : .

COM AT SE COR OF NEV OF MEV SEC C RUN N 250' THEN W fi held at the Holiday' c
---------------------- Angela DeOChamplon Convention was
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PAR S LINE NEt OP NBfc" TO -B R/W LINE SR 325SWLY ON R/WPT
5173 22 HS 22 S 70S in Jacksonville from May 3 thru 5.:
6.00 07'34-1) Inn
JFINT WITH S LINE OP NEV OF NE'E TO PT OP BEG S ACRE MIL
BEING PORTS OF LOTS 20-24 BLK 1 GOULD PARK 1982 RP6181 JOHNS CAPL L ET AL SOX 130 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Champion, Jr. Father Edward Rooney, St. Edward's
eLK' OF GOVT LOT 4 FX F 360 FT IN LAKESIDE' S/O EX fiR 107 '
$126.69 $3.8CT $6.52 Sll.OO $148.01 PG 2O3 Of-SC nq 97 PG 164 f EX CR* 123-295 of Starke announce the birth of a pastor, attended the Convention on

------------------.--------------------------------------- $190.57 $5.42 (.9.10 $7.90 $203.19 daughter, Angela Dee bonisMarch 10 Tuesday.The .

5123 30 7S ?2 O" -OOIOO 0'.604 ----------------------- Alachua
----------------------------------- in General Hospital. welcoming reception was
MOORS ALVIN O t MARIAN M P O BOX 22'5 5174 21 ftS 22 5710-0 100 12.OO 07 1S-01 Maternal Mr. and .
grandparents are ) Church Sunday
hosted at Holy Rosary
LOTS I. IN *C CALLS ADD TO HAMPTON PFRRYMAN THOMAS F 6 PJ\' rCIA .
$I "4.3' H4.11. *. 7.43 96.1S 162.44 E 396' OF NTl/4( OF NEIX4 Mrs. Albert Miskup of Interlachen. evening. ':

------ --------------------- .- ----------------------------- $460.34$13.92 $13.77 t6.1S 504.41 Paternal grandparents are Mr. and The opening Mass was held at Immaculate '
_
5124 11 7S ?% 7'3 6f0'5HnOGF5 -----_ ----- ----- -- _------ .
Mrs. Donald Champion of Keystone Church and was
J-IMN J JO 6. LINDA I. H> '*OX 134 5176 24 8S ?? 573 10.00 O7T6-10 Conception
LOTS 7, 4. <:; 6 IN'MC" CALLS ADO FX PWI1h1.92 WALKER ALFRED R JR I 12233 YFLLOW BLUFF PDN Heights. concelebrated by Bishop John J.

( 5.O4 **.6S ." .3'5 11117.96SIr5 OO' OF W3/4 OF NIX? O5I Nr.I' Snyder and Deanery Moderators.

------ -------------------- ------- ------- -- - .4' O.'l FI'.S1 1 46.35 foJ'4.51 concelebratedin
.11( 7S 2? SO/a-O. "c' 0'u... ._--------- ----------------------------------- Did You Know........... Tuesday's Mass was .
Suite of the Holiday'
RHeA' rMUl r OKAMFR' A "J =!4 OS 2? 5820 13.0O 74011K the Baltimore

LOTS 7 TMtfll If IN HC CAi-LS AOO TO HAMPTON CX P/W Y TON MGTS ROVFMr.NT COPnPO POX 24S Miss Ruby Lilley of Paducah Ky. is Inn. The closing banquet was held

"? .'O..J5 "t.6J" ttl.15 *(\:15: "'?44.66JT PROPERTY nesc AS! AN FXCFOTION OF A NINF-HILF f nLF r11UH5F" visiting her brother-in-law and sister Tuesday with Bishop Synder

_____ _________________ IN' OR BK 3 PG 491 ft AS DFSC OR MK 17 PG 541 ,
--- -------------------------------- presiding at the installation of-
Mr. and Mrs. Titus Olson ..
1)6t.40RHFA EX POUT W OF N S HALF SFC LINF:
5127 10 7S 22 5079-00713 '. '
Officers.
Diocesan
41.167.511 475.63 761.111 49.41 41.203.92
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PAUL F OPAWER A ::23
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LOTS IT. 14. IS.E. 16 OF OLK7 Mrs. Jay Carver and daughters
5196 24 RS 22 5d0-OO10O: O74O-I2 ,
.' 46.15 21O.I4 12.OO
5'
713.3.44 I ttfO Vickie and Kelll attended a Mother-
------------------- .. --. -.------------- ------ ----------- S12S 30 7S 22 5379-OOnOO OIS64-09 PROPFRTY' OCSC AS AN FX IN OR TK 1 PG 494 & OR IK 17-n O B41BFING Daughter Banquet Friday evening at

RHEA PAUL <: I"' DRAWER; AALL GOLF CnijaSE FX PlinT( E Of1! HALF irCT LINF the Northside Church of God in

RLKS f F i IN H4NIPTQNfOR.19 *2 >O.O3 F.HO l.11 7.9O 1271.11 Jacksonville with Mrs. Carver's Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Moran( attend ,
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-_____ ______-*Ci, ?6 ;*"-_-1O.7S-----___-6.1S----_______-$232.18. -- 5237 24 83 22 5859-00100 0823-01 mother, Mrs. Harold Williams.Mr. ed the junior recital given by their-

512" 30 !"4 ?? SOTO.OlOoT, O664IORHKA KLINE HERMAN R & HANNCLORE son, Steven Sunday afternoon -1!
PAUI r "..' OBAWf-R A LOT 8 OF BLK 15 KCE UNIT 1 and Mrs. W.S. Haas and FSU recital haih-irr-Terthahasbee::*

LOTS 13 1.15, 16 OF fLK 10 IN' HAMPTON ... $34.45 $1.03 r' $1 77 $6.35.,..- .--"---"$43,60 daughter, Jenniferl were in Daytona Steven on the dou a J

OtTI \0l-\ff-. -525..1as-,22gg1:0or;; > 7 ***E"w****"-I** oez2-' ''"" 'Bea h' last "Monday to Thursday .panied on the pia"
ptppl
;. '>.72 4.1?' 41.12! .,. .0 S3'5.71 '
_. ALDREDGE REGINALD H. S YVONNE where Mr. Haas attended the annual by Stephen'Davis and they-received a I
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SI1O 10 "e} fZ 307V-O1 1.O 0".5-07 LOT 1 OF REPLAT OF LOT 1 KCE IN $, JRD AREA $36.16 State Veteran Service Officer's Con- standing ovation from the audience .
$27.56 $.83 $1.042. 35
RHFA PAUL I IWl : '. ference. The Morans also attended the .
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/? Of A1LFYWAY IN' ql.1C I ;3. OF HAMPTON & !SLY '0' AOJ TO LOTS the>( :
5OF PLK I' OF TOWN Of I MRMPTONtl.7l 5236 24 83 ?2 5901-00200 0822-P tion following the recital for

4n 0'j .09 7.90 9.75 MARKHAM HAZEL P. O. BOX 1364 Mrs. T.A. Roundtree of Gainesvillewas students. ''

-------- -----_.------'.:. ------+. ''----------------_--' --- LOT 32 dP REPLAT OF LOT 1 IN SJRD AREA last Friday luncheon guest of Mr. .

SIH T> 7S if "ior9OI3a5. 066 -IO $27.56 $.83 $1.42 6.35 $36.16 and Mrs. Herbert Thomas. Merrill Edwards was readmitted to '

.
BHUM1 APTHL r OnAoFP A --------------------------------------------------------- -
LOTS <:;-pt CF; iLK IN HAMPfONOP .' North Florida Regional Hospital last

l ?<*-27/, Miss Susan Champion has returned Friday. .'

tiis.fti 4nef ., 48,02 .,..,o | 76.7" from Alachua General Hospital .
---- ----. -
'SIJ t<3 7S ?:2 "5119 .'. ". '>0 ,1670-OB --------------------------------- ------------------------- where she was a patient for five days

MO'XJF 4LVIN O POX ?25 S2O6 2S AS '2 6O' 0"01 for injuries received in an automobile Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin visited

: THAT PART fi= Fir4 IIF ''!''I..IX" WHICH LIES W OF ST HO 325:: ft FL= TURNER MFLV1N L 6 LnPN, 1ST 2 POX J'-V accident Monday evening, May 4. his daughter and family Mr and"

: OF /'tV r>f sr no' IO-113..F.X': siY 1/2 COM AT NE COR OK SCC BUN' 1 6A4 TO e Srf I PO 21 FO1 PIT'. Mrs. Jim Montuoro in Friday%0
: OR I 121-I: ?T S 164.1 LAKE. !SLY' "ALONr. L..KF'12. NLY 229' TO R-> 21 C-LY Tampa
: '1H.S 42.66. $0.76 1.4S 4105.22 .e.' TO Pfjn Mrs. H.L. Hutson visited her night and Saturday.

____ ---__ taVl.fj ---- ---------- ------- --- _. S'16.211 T3.47 *:). '?') *<}.4'5 $115.7.1 I brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and ).1 !Xa

: 11 /S-225149-0'4, 0 : IO.OO 0671-07 -------------------L'5207 '---------------------- ---- -- ---------- Bennett'Sr!' M
Mrs. C.W. Booth in Tampa last Satur Mr. and Mrs. Fred ?:.
MAQoir r* POX 71 P'i AS" 22 5013.00102. '
= neviLL'JUHN P e. : A. a 51) 976301HALL
=:: .'/2 OF llOF: ) NCI/4. OF SCl/4 ARTHUR LEE (I'T I ,'I( I.f, day to Wednesday while Mr. Booth have had as recent visitors,, Mr.,an

:: $ I II.11 C4 lf ; '''.I'J *'' IS' $156.56( COM AT NC !;"(IR OF SW/t OF NIX4 S: 13" 'W "277.5Tft PO9 underwent surgery.Mr. Mrs. .Frank BenH>'tt' of"Monterre .oe

... CO IT W( 19S S 117'1 F 1 '*'5' N II ?' TO t 11530H
G 7 -----------------5---I -,.*"--:---------------- -' Mexico Mr. and Mrs. Paul LyVlch

SMS; 11 7S f? SI117-OO300' 3.OO 067109Pfjnse 45.22 .11'0 fo.?" $1.90 111.55 and Mrs R.E. Firth have moved Jacksonville! :- Billy Moore 1-a trd"d
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: COM AT NV CON OF 11:1' tJF ,iSWI/4. "UN !S S?' FOR PO1 COMT60PI S : ?S 11S..2'Cl02'.. 1.00' 07'''4-09 into their new home at 1008 Colley Miss. Athena( Moore.of d -Salisbury...'1 ,,01" N.CG C\t&
: .F 21.\! .N ,,,,/I'.w ?1"5TP:: J'O'l' COOPER "3 J t ? RT | .11|K 4 "6 Road. They sold their home on N. T. '0D9' oiB "

: OR 12.2-411 I '.- S 08.7S: OF.W- Iql.?') OF F 400 CIP SIor SFI/4 OF -..< l/4 Cherry Street to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mrs. John Greene is visiting her

: *? "'h Of.'l' 47.62; > : ll.f .9.... tfl4.4 OF NWIX4 IS7.O9, V' '* .7l Green of Starke. mother,'"Mrs. W L"!' -------- --- ---------------'----- -------------------------- H.O' .qo 17..7'
:-. 4IJ6 31 71 ?? 5I"7-00 6ftO ,. ?. '50 0674-0 ------------ --------------------------------------------- -this weekr-who-h-

::. "TcON JOMN" *> II "WX 231 s.>oo i is as 22 o'9-ooiij' i.o07412: Mrs. W.H. Thomson was in 'III)1

NF.I/ rSrfir|" LYING S I1F CO rX "i' .r.of OF qo i 1:0";: rx CP" AT RAY FD"'Ann" T NT I "OX OIT .. \ O"ihGt2 totn.t II IA..W

:", "I" C'1R. f '6S' S 435.6'.W '. m'1Bi' b"D
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: POT FX ;r> Ar C SOLOC.1031 ., . Mr.ma HOUMlWoJer-
------------ -- -- - Mrs. Fred Thomson.
--- --------- -- -- of Bushnell and Dan
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7 ---------------- daughters ;

SG4.f" 42fH4. ? >< V4.HP II.OO .H1. 10 I FORD' iii L.qny<> flS-i 2 6O;S ? 177H-04 'P McKinney of Suwannee County spent
n------------------- ------ .------------------------------- r onx 490 and Mrs. B.G. and
? Mcintyre
Mr. Mrs
with
-: BEG AT : ?' !l': FI'4 11F -IF'/4 "''N N 60.< w ,./ the weekend their mother. ...
"i117 its 1''l; "o7-0; AOA 4. S.OO O674IOAVF rrir.f.n:: ) s h0' A "
E 60' ; Son)colt of Ponte Vedra Beach were Bettie Mizelle. % I
SWAT'.ON: Jr'MN f. PATTY $ 2105 N TF..LE ,??,
SCOM:: 4T INT WLY R/W ir-33 t- SLY "/I co ii o r-O, SLY I1M WLY R/ .4.1' 4.11 I..!P 7.90 112.42 Sunday visitors of her parents Mr. '
)' TO ------- -------- ---------------- ----- ------ --- -- _. and Mr J.H. DuPre. '
?mO W. 1/ PJ'1( QUA415.6' N u/vn TO IP-12-5 100 --- ------ *,. lMc'; and Mrs. Boh"MilnerT Jr., and
Se: 4i5.: ,,' s "CAW T't .r.2 ..()I'to' TO POP 6 THAT PARe DES ASP4RCFL weekend Mr. and
:::' 2 'tc? liP L11H5ARP RIVFRA ANTC ") PO WOK ?03I30O ., .p,' son spent the with _
610 .' W OF LOT 9 IN I NO I AN 1F"CIt UNIT. 3 FX RXW Miss Andrea Eaves and Miss Gayle Mrs. Milner, Sr., in Tallahassee. vztt

=: ..Ir-.CJ 45.9$0.70! 112-5 $1'15.7.4 3SU.4S IO.7S HIH.4 $6.15 3t')4 01'' Shuford Nicola graduated April 24
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?; OSl3d ;? 7SSLANDINF ;; ;;; "OIto, ;:'. 10. :)') n614-t7 5216 3S HS .?2 61 IS 43.50 37n iOVRIVEHA City Community College Mrs. Janet Turner ,visited j
'. ANTONIO P'l nil, 201 School of Nursing.Mr. r and Claire Turner Iii:
""rTrp N ,. '. .. to HUTTOM. "..L.L010 daughters Kay Cj
SLOTS I T ,HI>'U ;?2 OF OLK ..* 'iN4"e TrjN PAOK LOTS IO t II IN' INDIAN RP4CH UNIT 1EX Harnifelon Jacksonville over the weekend. js
:: 41 .)4.19 $'1... 1. CS.17: *' .1'5 II9.O4 OEG AT Nt Clio LOT II 'N I. A ;>SO' S 111. r 1I1.'V' N 714 tmd Mrs Marion ( .
_._ E ?5' N' 19. W 197 TO POT and :' B 8ach. $
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:: 5139 .'1. 7". ?2 3 H.6 -:- "'.1)1) 0676-OI 1 IO.14 .<}..h 4Ii.S6 >..4SSJM7 5336.71 Douglas Seymou. oi Miam. and'Hal Mr. and Mrs Terrell Webb and Jjl
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::KYLE MAPUY w r. MARY' ANN PT 3 nox $911
-ALL Ni/" ."=, N'W1/4 s ne n.. y :3ft HS 22 601-A-OII30: t'f1t'l-O'l Seymour of Ocala were Sunday family of Nashville Ga.. were Fridayto

OR lfl-0; '. r, IRCCNRECG' ARTHUR N i JO.N" PI) POX ?6J guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Seymour.Mr. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.L, .g
LOT II C.FNFVA LAKE TSTATFS
:i I70.17 S.lt I. 6.6 .,.<)0 $191.94
+ *. "2. < 5 tt4.l' '?4.1S S.1t SI7.74 Mrs. Harold Branham Hutson. f.
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y.5I46 01is ;:>;:> \H5 \.r-w----------------------------. (0/.9I-12 4---------------------------------------------------------'5221 01 9S ft 62I9-O-OUOU Ol'nl-I- visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. S.E. to w
F.J. Shaw spent'Thursday
;MATHCS' HCLFN: Mrs. j
JANICF I4I2S E TMUMHALL ST THOMAS CLMrp '1 t WAPCAOFT SLOTS Branham in Palatka on Sunday.Mr. .
:LOT 43 [UN CYCLES'!' UF CPYT.'LAKO'HOMESTTFS Sunday with her son. Gene Shaw at g:
1.2.1 f. Nl/ 4 OT 4 OLTK 4 CT SANTA FF, 5IPRFS| nMH-3
;; 141.11 11,74:: '.;0.1' .... ,.. v the family ono"*
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*9.42. 2.77 H4.76 S..1S IO, .1OS243 of Lake Asbury. Joining :*!;:
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-- ------- ----------------------------------------------------------. Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Bennett -'1'. :
: SI47 O'i010; ,->2 5: "" 95-0098;. 4.15 0607-07 Starke. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Davis Sunday were ...
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:SBUTLFP "ITCHFIL L r. M4PSMA" 41 .-i.'II" N. (? ? 7TH AVE 080 -06 Mr. and Mrs. Clyde and Mrs. and Mrs. j
COM" AT SW CHH IJF NWIX rw *l/4 r S6.44 COSTANGO JEANNIE L 6 CHARLES C of Gainesville of Jacksonville. Mrs. 1}
%| TO F P/W S' -3;? 6 Laliberte
OTS 16 S 17 BLK 5 OF Hall of
: CONT r. <<.1.""' SANTA FE SHORES OR 128-563 Hall of Theressa and Stephen
POD Q' 'W *
N.I 916.47 TO F R/W 41 l ON T I /W $58.95 Shirley Johns of Orange Park and Mr sc.u
$1.77 '
$3.04 $6.35 $70.11 of Mr.
-210.10' TO pin \: I Orlando were Sunday guests

: 47.4O 41.12'2 "J. 1-.44 .')..S 'i.O. 7' 5222 \9; qo; 92 6'/0-0-02.500<< OH07-OS and Mrs. Rodney Hall in Theressa.Mr. and Mrs. Dale.Johns of Barnsville,..

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:r 5'42 12 SS 22 546... .:. 0705-05 LOT 25 OF SF" INCIF RIljr-.F UNIT f UN tJFC. .. .
'SUMMER I G W S .. KVEUYMIPA1C I 'IOB.O:1.: ..*>4 *S.r">7 6.35 112' .?.4a. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper has hadas
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: 420' N & S BY 130-' ..2 v a. W BND ON E BY E LINE NW% fi ----- .----------- ------------------------------- ----------. visitors Mr. and Mrs. Aaron .1..::';::

ION S BY BEDFORD BO .+ '. 5224 12 9S 22 6230C00801CURTIS O' "-O" Padgett of Raiford on Sunday and Mr. of visited '';-:
Mrs. C.C. Tampa
i: _____}} }..JJ_______.S.i41.< J8.38---J! .!! $183.92 er"IlIE 03I N II ISTH AVE and Mrs. Marvin Stewart of LaCross Hoppe '
..- --'-- -- __. LOT 8 OF SrMINOLF RIOGC!:: UNIT 3 OF AN UN-RCCO, PLAT.OFSC IN P her sisters. Mrs. O.L. Beasley and ;

: i'' 1l. :rr.T ;. 74-377 on Monday.Mr. Mrs. J.W. Kincaid the past week. ,?I.t.j.t. ;

: ': 11'"' oJ. 4144.06 ..1? 7.4P $1.90 I63.70 :

1\. ... t. ----------------------------------------------------------- .and Mrs. AI K. Carlisle spent !?:
Mrs.. Mack Williams had as'::.'
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i '!). ":" ,; 5726; I? OS 22 6710-F-O200O: 0114-01 Sunday in Fernandina attending
. i Thursday to weekend Mack Williams Jr./' >c'X
guests. :
BOftERTS JCFf-FRY f OFANNA pn ntlX 151
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-------------------- the Dance Festival. .
-----. Square ,
t SI49 I 11111 fi 34F7-OOO. iJ., LOT 20 STM RIDGE UNIT 6 of Macon Ga, Miss Patty Williams of .4:';:

SCOTT WE J HAJXSTM ..., t'C/ /. ""'Le'N envce 0706-12 .4M.6I l.46 2.S3 6.15 $50.92 Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs.,:e":g

IN' LIT 1 OF I./I 31 j---------_------------------------------------------------ Mrs. Annie Dempsey of Clearwaterwas Charles McQuaig of Waycross. Joining ...n" >
L.KE.J' ; 5229 '12 4S 22 63O-G-OI60O: : 0"11'>-12 of
$74.0.3 .. : $1.24 $6.33 S3 .3. last Monday to Friday guest the family on Sunday were Mrs! t-1!
: eouoneAU HFRIHCRT c LOUISC pn irix) 316
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r- ------------------- Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Cooper they *
JSISI : 8S 22 s..e.---WOU. LOT 16 SFM RIDGE lr 7 .' Ann Godwin, Jay and Jana Godwin o :
.' : I .... 0701'1-.12. : t02.04 ? 1I6.7I visited Mrs. Allie Locheler: at Horse and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams and. ;. %
MORROW J 4F$ H C .: : ::: .i.. ..TMrLXA.' J f3-0- -- '
LOT 1 OF SMOKERISEpA: ,V' <*' : a ------------------- ----"- .- ---- -------- ------- Shoe Beach on Friday.Mr. son of Crystal Lake.
0"-116- 74' 10004: h.1 V" '"I"r' ,>O t 5230: 12 922! 630-G-040O Oa7-0' 43

$103.61 "N..I! r. p'.4)S44E' tJ.9D DONALD OF K t RAY"'O"ln.H4"'IE" 463S OAOfN LANE Carter Sr. '
:1'.0' Maxie
and Mrs. of'
COT 24 STMINOLF RIDC.r: UNIT 7 10 Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bowman ,
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3SIS2 13 SS 2xcooMAun > 2 5'.9. '.'- r.: It ;: 0712-09 10V.O1 3.27 C.6I *6. ;.1S 4124:2 visited Mrs. Henry Carter in Maxvilleon Jacksonville and Katherine : N
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: : Cpl:' 119RACKLANO ST Sunday. U of F were Sunday guests of JudgeJJt
LOTS 4 t 1 OF BLIC C 1..4#' tjt. $Nl ,IM'" TRAWT IN eeofonn OAKS ':.. ik "'
and Mrs. R.A. .
OESC; OR 100-343 : '.*l : y I 1n. Robin' Chism of FSU was home for : Green d!,, 11'-3 I
131.91 13.tS. -' ,1. 4{19 .'.90 I99.S6/ '' .... '" : ,4411' !OJ" 4 4 ili .
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(l- Tornadoes Have Troops in Trenches But Thin at Skill PositionsThe




1981-82 Bradford High football I games at guard as a junior.JV Long (Jr 135)) from the junior varsity.The quarterback.: If Fender comes to JV products Craig Sapp (Jr 145)).
team moved into its second week ol f graduate Steve Spell (Jr 195) is guys pitching passes in Brad around, and Hurse said "he shows Eric Lane (So 135)), Brad Brown So(
Spring practice this week, with a host holding down a strong side tackle slot ford's throwing attack should be good promise", he'll stick with the 135), and Bruce Simmons (So 155)),
of young players taking part and now and "looks good" Hurse noted Richie Fender (So 14S) and Emmett varsity and could be starting. That and first-lime footballer Kevin Sampson -
scrapping for spots on next Fall's var and varsity returner Barry King (Sr Watkins (Jr 170)). Fender, the 9th would allow Watkins to be moved (So 155)) who Hurse" said has
sity.The t 160) is in the fight for playing time at grade signal-caller last year, has back to running back, where he's the "looked pretty darn good.
Tornadoes are again relatively! both guard and center. practiced just a few times since only experienced returner "We've got four ninth graders in the
few in numbers and a handful of ninth Backing the frontliners up are baseball ended with Watkins, who With Watkins moving to quarter- backfield, the BUS Head Coach(
graders working with the varsity for Steve Carter (Jr 175), who is primarily started on both offense and defense back and a couple of potentialy good noted. "We'll take it as it comes next, '
the first time this Spring just might a defensive player, Barry Reddish through much of his sophomore year running backs not( coming out for Spr- year whether these guys stay up with
"
stick as backups in the Fall. (Sr, 190)), who will play some tight making the move from tailback to ing drills the ball-toting has been left the varsity or are moved down."

This week we took a look at the Tornado end, and Wayne Cribbs (So, 180)), whois

defense.Hurse( offense, next week with Head we'll I Coach preview David the r working a ninth-grader.at both center and guardas Mets Turn Back Lawtey Blue to Keep Lead H


Grades listed in the preview are the "We've got one backup tackle and -
players' grade for next Fall. two backing up at guard and center, Lawtey Blue was trying to tie for sparks a seven-run fifth inning as the
not much depth," Hurse understated. first place in a game with the Mets Braves got the best of a hitter's game Mays
Friday, May 8, but the Mets came out Mets 10 Giants 3
But to see a real lack of depth he Friday.
The Offense: needs look only to his offensive skill on top 7-6 to protect their league lead. Winning pitcher Steve Jones went
1 If games are indeed won and lost in positions where virtually no ex- The Dodgers blanked Lawtey Goldon Chris Douglas was 2-for-2 with a 2-for-3 with a home run and a double
the trenches, as it is so often said, perienced players return. Jimmy Wilson's one-hitter to move double for the winners while Ron and Hal Wood, Kristin Alday, and
then BUS should have a shot at better- The multiple set passing attack into second place with Blue third. Brown went 2-3 and Richie Taylor Jamey Carver added singles for( the
ing last year's 3-7 mark, The Tornadoes BHS is implementing In Spring and Chuck Smith had singles. !Mets last Wednesday.
are woefully thin in the workouts much involves the Gary Wise was 3-for-4 for the Giants Michael Gray doubled for the
backfield but the offensive front appears tight end very in pass patterns and JV Dixie MajorBaseball while Stefan Wheeler went 2.4 and Giants and Glen and Richie/ 13arnes

to be a strong point. graduate Tony Bell (Jr 170)) is tryingto Glen Barnes Richie Barnes, Mark had singles.
started in the offensive Traylor, Ike Pernell and Shaun
Five players who "
,, .,. work his 6-1 frame into that pass-
line return, including center MPS a1'ka catching role. "Tony might have the Schmidt had singles. Dodgers II L. Gold 0 I
Bruce Rehberg (Sr, 182), who Hurse Are best hands of all of our receivers right Jimmy Wilson fired a one-hitter
says, is "our most consistent football now," Hurse said. SophomorestobeTom May II Mets! 7 fifth Blur 6 striking out 11, and Stacey Green
player right now." Rehberg should (L .. Johnson ((6-1, 155) and Tony Hill Giants 21-1.. Gold S A four-run inning, sparked by homered and tripled to lead l Hit
also beTackle ((6-1,170) also have the frames for the Lawtey Gold's Dale Norman brokeup doubles by Steve Jones and Dude Dodgers to victory.
Billy Shannon (Sr 185)) has spot and are working there with the the Giants bid for a no-hitter with a Paladino, put the Mets ahead for goodas Marlin Day was 2-l'or-2, and Jody'
trimmed 35 pounds off his frame andis .._ varsity. single in the sixth and( last) inning they protected their Major League Brown, Randall Polk, and Wilson hud
counted on as a leader after flip- Seven players are running patternsat but the Giants already had the victoryin lead. singles for the winners.
flopping over to weakside tackle Looking AheadIn wideouts. Clayton Norman (Sr 140) grasp Monday night at Pratt St. Jones was 2-for-3 for the game Dale Norman had the (only base rap
where more mobility is needed. Ran the SpringAre and John Thompson (Sr 160)) lettered Glen Barnes and Robbie McRae while Brian Whitehead smacked a for Gold, a single in the fifth inning.

dy Luke (Sr, 165)) "is a lot quicker and ninth/ grade center Wayne with the varsity last year but played combined for the Giant pitching gem, two-run homer that put the Mets
stronger than last year," Hurse says Cribbs and sophomore quarterback little. Also in the group is Mike Carroll striking out 11. Offensively, Chuck ahead 3-2 in the second inning Jamey
and now will not only hold down a Emmett Watkins. shown here star (Jr 140)), Blaine Dyal (Jr 155)), Coburn was 3-for-4, Gary Wise 2.2 Carver, hal Wood, Jason Crews, and Standings through Tu*. wi
guard spot but may see action al ting a practice play.I.1 Tommy Crosby (Jr 110)), and Larry with a double, Richie Barnes 2-3 witha Shawn Binder had singles for the win- Mets 5.1
defensive noseman as well. Returning double, and Edward Hudson 2-4. ners.S. Dodgers 42
starter Chuck Williams (Sr 180) has Michael Gray added a single. Anders homered for Blue while Lawtey Blue 4-.J:

been shifted from tight end to tackle Leads Starke Starsto L. Blue 8 Braves 7 Timmy Seeley was 2-3 with a double, Giants J."
and Hurse says "has improved Goodge Mike Rourke's run in the sixth inn- Robert Starling also doubled, and Braves 3-4
enough that it appears he'll playas ing was the difference in this close Chris Cribbs singled. Lawtey Gold 1-B
much defense as offense." Charley ballgame.
2nd Place in
i Brown Sr( 170)), who doubles as a MacclennyLed -
Steve Anders was 2-for-3 and Tammie -
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defensive end, started a number of ,.m "" ,,.,,. ..
Giddens 1.3 for the '. ,,
winners. ,
by tourney MVP Bill Goodge the Starke Stars look second ''Nx o'abe' Wv"N't. .,";;",;" "< 1'/i"""' """: ""o:
For the Braves Chris Douglas was
_____ to Wiremil of Jacksonville( in an eight-team men's tournament in
Macclenny last weekend. 2.3 homered with a Tom homer Watson, Reggie Level and'son r Archie Tanner:
tripled,
ERR )' Goodge hit .667 (14-21)( with four home runs and played stellar Ron Brown and David Williams had
defense as the Stars won four of six games. Also taking home a
FBL'LKNEE II .>| '.\ v is Chuck J.tliiibon: who claimed '' Home Run Derby singles. Funeral iljnic

contest. Johnson busted eight out of 10 swings out of the park but !May 8
REALTY was I ied by the last entrant. In a runoff Johnson smacked the lirst Braves 15 Giants U Selvln9,
M.
live deliveries from coach: David Bennett out while his opponent Justin Williams pounded a homer to Archie Tanners, ,

' managed! : just four. .. faithS .... ... '
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Office Space For Rent "The team played outstanding
defense but we didn't hit well with

REDUCED TO MS.SOO-Frome horn on 9 acres with 2 barn. men on base," Bennett said of the

and ana mobile horn ipace. weekend. 964-5231 .. _u. ___

1% ACRE with unusual horn and 12' x 44' mobile horn r' Complete Modern Facilities

with rontallncom.. Cia.. to lak.. Ralph Bryan Real! Estate Charles E. Duryea built the] Hwy 301 S.
NEW LISTING first practical automobile -|
WALKING DISTANCE TO EVERYTHING I Three BR concr.t. Ov.r 5 heavily woodei I in the U.S. in 1892.
ESTATE ....
block horn $22,500. acre on a paved road
RALPH BRYAN REAL Convenient to town

TVVJ9J. ;PULLET FARMS Ono with 36 acre., ono with 10 310 W. Call St. $15,000 with terms., ., i
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ocr nb Bothjwf good.Inc m.
(Cor. US 301 & Call St.) BEAUTIFUL SUNSET '

PRACTICALLY NEW horn on lour acrt Hwy 16 W."$, 964-8788 ANYTIME Croat fishing tool Over I -
Many!*!,ra4i., '1 boa iW! t:? !,I ,rim. 9.12 acre on Crosby lak. .. :: 'to, c.
,' I MONDAY-FRIDAY9.5p.m. SATURDAY .
jtnr :iM syoiii. J in > .1)(1* J.K.BEtylijIftLctAiq j 0.700. Watch
; :: PAMW, \ > DRIVE,.Blw2t.! horn with Evenings/ and Sunday by appointment
lard, pWrl {II,?"!' l*'''tl* room; ..pa| t.dining room Ralph P. Bryan REALTORs BEING RESTORED your
b'Wt! o'J-bJt, "'i. ri t!,,,. ocrflvt1oa71DSLv0at: 9 It this 3 bedroom, I bath

"n VI! ; rid4':.ll re? 1o 9io snorIJA itilK. v"UoD:: 4 I : f.REDUCED BEST BUY AROUND ham on a nice corner lot.
$30,500 /NIC. Thro. bedroom 1 Bath horn out o( own. n I tqt, SJ7.500.
Just Sidi city limits on 1 Acre (more land available) H '
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1::111 nitiytr i t'i\ "nv-J ndol! .R'1M J fcTtr : :i 3BR 2'Bath' Brick horn Fam.. Rm. Fireplace Sep. 'Fortune
WoJo"t!f'II"but! ,.tp9lotsgoroyhRfr'" : .". Din. Rm. Eat-In Kitchen with stow C dlihwaiher- FOR LANDS SAKE
grow30MONTH
doled ,aarag ONLY 15.500 down I anume 7 ocr.s-Lawt.y $17,500 .
KINGSLEY LAKE ? k!. payment; \ of $245.5 month (1( %% Int) TOTAL PRICE B.Bf acr.s-Union
W.okly ron.ol Starling May 30 3BR with private dock $45 000..COUNTRY. Co.-SI700
and, bog'home., 2 city lots-Orang.

neO bn& If.,,,,.. .vf; I '"b'n CLUB Lik.n.w 3 BR 2 Both, '.m. Room with St.-S&.iOO

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Pace IDA TELEGRAPII May 14.1981 ..,' T 11& r ':" ....._ -,-'r.ii. = _.--m. Armrm-Jf,..rs: 1

.Ix 1 Hayes'' Widens' Lei gif e ff ii .tl-jh.Jl

School Record _Book I

Ir While Wildcats, Win,2nd. cm'f


Gets RewrittenBut Hayes Builders & Electric con- were both" 2ro the the Stars..A ..

tinued to widen the gap on the rest of Lawteyli-'Dllii's.tf' ', ,'. 'l\ rmf' I
I
the league, going 2-0 while the other Donnie Nettles" ;' Randy ,Catkins\ (cd
r three teams took at least one loss. The and Wayne Teston were all 3-for-4 for uj
who in her first at the high school >
year
Wildcats moved from fourth to a tie
Only Lawtey with Nettles slapping triple
lowered BUS 100 and 220
the yard
for third with Olin's Mobile Homes
and Mike Gaskins'and Al
dash marks 11.3 and 25.5 wasn't at
to(
( r with 13-8 Olin's
a victory over Monday poking doubles.' .. '
her best at state running 11.7 and 25.8 '
Smith Scoresat times for sixth I and fifth in her Fred Perrywas; 34or, Cbapman''l'\\
night.Men's with Alton Crews going 2-3 ,
preliminary heats. Only the top( four( F
advanced to the finals. y Open pie and.scoring three times. '
,
:
State MeetThe Long jumper Steve Marks was the May 8
only Tornado boys team representative rP' SoftballMay Stars 11'.Olin's 9'
at slate and he too had an oft' Craig Sapp was '3-for-4 'and 1"1; 'nt
Lady Tornado track team of performance jumping just 19-4 while x newcomers from the BHS base;;;JY1!jr're
Bradford High School had no trouble scratching tWice.TitusviIJe II team Clayton Norman (2-3, 2B, Bill ll V.
C-tol
rewriting the school's record books won the girls state championship 1 i Hayes 12 Stars 2 Goodge (2-3), and Chuck Jorjrison "!
this while Palatka repeated as This ballgame was close for four innings (2B all hit the ball as the Stars came n

state Scoring year.class points 3A track at the championshipswas Friday. Maya. boys state j.irks.titlist. ." ............. I' 4jZ4r Hayes,but sparked a five-run by'fifth Gene frame Tanners for from Ralph down Mitzel 7-3 to top homered Olin's.. for' the *"I! :"::
'
School : 2-run homer to centerfield propelledthe losers. !(:o.-"

a different story. State marks set before the state .:.'... ," league leaders to the win. Hayes 17 Lawtey 0 'ifOqt
Such was the competition at slate meet by the 1981 girls group coachedby \ Tanner was 3-for-4 while Chub Hayes Builders & Electric was on a :.!:..:..:.
that the BHS girls who set no less Buddy Revels were: Long jump- ,{ .'',-. .. ''-',',,,'','.. Johnson went 2.2 with a three-run tear last Wednesday pumping six .
than nine school standards this ;year 15-11 by Kim Slocum; 440 Relay50.8 .1't, home run and a double. Jerry home runs out at Westside Park with 'I
managed just one top six finish. thai by Yvonne Sanders Kim Slocum, .. Johnson Al Wofford and Stuart Dun Gene Tanner clubbing three circuit -
being a fourth place finish in the 440 Shiela Searcy and Pam Hawkins; 880 : .\ i tlW.sV .,Y can all had two hits with Johnson's clouts in three times up.
by junior Louette Smith. Relay- 1:47.3: by Sanders Searcy, ., ,'". night including a triple and Duncan'sa Chuck Johnson ((3-3), Steve Cub- \if
Smith peaking for the second) Hawkins and Louette Smith; 110 low .\ double. bedge (3-3)), and Stuart Duncan also w i
straight year at state carded a S3 8 hurdles16.1 by freshman Dawn Cer- James Curtis and Randy Andrews lost HR ballsCHRIST ..,,dr,
quarter mile for Bradford's three nyer, and 3JO; low hurdles51.2 by Cern'cr : I isa
team points of the meet. Her rur ,. -
lowered her own school record as she: The only marks in events still run <
busted 59 seconds for the first time in that withstood the '81 group were Cindy ,.,": ', <.
the open quarter.It Griffith's 1978 880 ((2:21.6): mile : 1
wasn't that the other BHS entrants ((5:12.5)). and 2-mile (1142.2: marks; ." :,, :;" LUTHERAN CHURCHPastor
had off days certainly not the I the 5.4 high jump mark set by Teresa r y -t.} .. 'V
record-setting mile relay unit Woody and the 127-9 discus mark set c!. : Glen Schmiege 473-2419 I
anyway. The foursome of Smith,Pam by Marian Pullman last year; and
Hawkins Shiela Searcy and Kim Mary Berry's 1977 shot put standard
Slocum came around in 4:06.9.: a full ol 39.0.: () Church Service 10:30: am {
second under the school mark they set School records in the boys events,
at Region but couldn't! manage a most of which were set in the early Finishing a Fast 440 t y I
point, finishing seventh before being 7 II.' were threatened only b> Marksin Hair flying. Louette Smith of BUS finishes up a 58.8 second 440 that gave her Keystone Lion's Club ;
the and Curtis Jones in .
disqualified for a lane violation. long jump fourth place in the class 3A state meet as well as a new school record for the 9 :
Resumed am
Hawkins, the freshman sprinter Ihe two-mile. 4 event.AMERICAS Sunday School and Bible school


Olympians' tYYou're

FAMILY DUG STORE


Wendy's HotThe going to like i

,
Olympians won their fifth .
straight game Tuesday night an 11-4
victory over the Civitans but the : our Pharmacy. -
league leaders still couldn't shake {l
Wendy's of Lawtey, which has won

five of its last six. Each Eckerd Pharmacist, a highly-trained professional,who's going to make sure 0
The Olympians now 5-2 and Wen- you are completely satisfied.' Every month he takes an accredited,continuing education -
dy's 4-2, meet Friday evening. !May course so that he's awareof the newest developments in drugs. Additionally,he
IS, in Lawtey. is constantly checking his stocks to insure that he has just the drug you need when '
you need it.And, he always tries to save you money with generic drugs whenever
Dixie Boys possible and by offering Senior Citizens discounts on your prescriptions. There's
something special about an Eckerd Pharmacist. He cares about your health. H
BaseballMay ::: {'

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Olt mphiiis |II (:'i\i iI|an.. I .
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Barry Warren pitched ;. une-nn'i r
striking out 12, and Keith Kehoeu
3-for-3 with a home run and double -'
--
and scored three times to lead the I -
Olympians past the Civitans. ; rF
Warren was 2-3 with a triple. Mike L
Chappell and Jason Bennett doubled I. Im '" ,I ckR i
,
and John David Francis was 1-1 for Ine i 'tMa.1 v / i
the winners. I zml e t
Marty Irons had the loser!*only hit. omen J _
a double in the last inning. FLEX j 15sus1
I\.< ANTI SlftItMV PfIl5P'RAHI j
:May I 11 I IWendy's a raorow
r'J<;'oI4! !
III: .\.Mcrchants/BC'll II .
Carlton Johnson went 3-for-4 with a -:..::..:.:-:: aM 1 / 3
triple Clinton Jenkins smacked two :! ., ;;:::
doubles and pitcher Sam Norman 1 -
struck out 16 batters and allowed just mil WISHBONE
two hits as Wendy's lopped the Merchants MENNENAUSTIN r
'
fc
) DOUBLE EDGE PEANUT BUTTER SALAD
Norman added the other hit for (the COLGATE FLEX SPEED STICKANTIPERSPIRANT CRACKERSREVLON ..SOI -;! ,
winners. ]) zRAa
SHAMPOO RES.SJNd.41:
BLADES
Brad Brown doubled and Gordon TOOTHPASTE .
E
Smith singled to account for the 2.5.02. 10-PACK CE b.J'''''
loser's base raps. 3-0UNCE 18-DUNCE 2 9 POCK Sale 119 ECONO.PACK.gay 5'9 r .,nOn003.l.a

!Mays II Sale 59 1 Sal,. 5 29 Priced ---.. .- Reg./ LSE ._. ... PrIc.1t ,r.. ol1w en' lot

Wendy's 10 Civitans 7 Priced . 3-TYPES ..... Priced Solid.Spice.Fresh or Un- Tasty treat for snacks or lunch ItallahjJeluxftfrench, ... ._, > .
both Sean had Robinson two hits and including Clint doubles Jenkins I Con"'n.fluo'do.lImot'' With Balsam' & Protein. Limit 1 Stainless, .. olbl.do.lIm. 1 scented Limit 1 box.,Limit.3 ,''';, : XA'i b ". I ... ,.__ I

Gerald Brown homered and pitcher
Sam Norman struck out 11 batters as
Wendy: overcame the Civitans in I t o IC
Lawtey. 03CLAIROL

Lamar Crews was 1-for-lfor the MEN'S ) ,*,, FRENCftM C.-
,
SOLARCAINE
winners.Len Eaves double and JerryFeltner's CONDITION SPRAY or LOTION GOLF SHIRT DIGITAL'SCALE MATTAl h b ;,,

single were the only Civitan -489 aero....a M&,99 a.E,ie., 18 eon eat otl

hits. I 3-TYPESEs "': Priced s.i. .. ........(T 8.v.10.00 .+,29" ., d sill eseort
? 39 Easycarerabrlc.As111 21 holes with round
May Decoratoreolor/. /
II Choose 3-oz. tC'41'
Olympians 8 Merchants 6 -" .- Spray or 6-oz. sorted colors & sizes. beams"WI(4rplllow, /
John David Francis was 3-for-4 with ,
after Lotion. Limit 1
a double and three stolen bases and : treat- Nt
Warren added two hits in four : 'Tt;
Barry "
I ment. Limit 1 ., :"' '
y
at
at bats as the Olympians weathered a : .. w .HARTZ2 INI PLUS t01ci
five-run Merchant first inning to win. i -- WHALEOFABALE DOG or CAT PLANO
Siribul Pariot Jason Polk and i -- TUBESOCKS FLEA COLLAR p"J5TACKLE BOX ,I .1.1.8
had for the win- i Im
Mike Chappell singles t
g.B.8S J ".a.a." 4f 19| .
N..e300 -
while for the Merchants David : "
ners .. 499 _
It VtTfl4 ,. ,
S. 4,99 1 099 ;
Black 2-for-3 Dan Duffy and : OLEG CASSINI R.g 't eJ
was FEMINIQUE Priced Priced ? i2 ......00 .
Browning 2-4 and Randy ; II I Cotton&polyester
Kenny SPRAY DISPOSABLE Keep your pet free of 3trays& 25compart-
Aldredge 14. O COLOGNE DOUCHE weave. Limit fleas. Limit 2HARTZDOO ments. Handle
-
J 1-OUNCE FLEA SOAP & lock.
TWIN PACK
Reg. 8.00 + WITHDISHR..1.41..0>i*
Aero Jets Win 2. S 02.

j 599 D 59 t
Lawtey TourneyThe .a. yRa
j Concentrated of 2 fra FOAM AUTO D-CONFOURQONE luuva INFLATABLE'
Choice -,. ...
1'n
II spray cologne Limit 2 SEAT CUSHION ROOM FOGGER -:; SUPERTUBER
Aero Jets of Lake City went forwomen.Llmlt1 grances. e'te
through undefeated. topping Com- Rig.99 : 31-INCH 4n 4
7.I-OZ.! i 1288
249 ; ".g. 15."*
munity Bank's Dazzlers to take the 8a"l.oo .. ".g.3..' ........ 1- 8..*M1 .. 't'i'r'
women's Softball tourney put on by
the Lawtey Dixie Youth Associationlast I TOPSYTIPS COOI&CO''f,; rtable. Ksbugslnaverage Safety seat.Strong .
week. NAILTIPPING TAMPAX ? Assorted colors.. room In 4 hours. Limit 2 vtnylreslststeartng.KIT __

The Jets beat the Dazzlers 12.4 inSaturday's ... ....""'" TAMPONS -. :; t:'
championship game after BOX) OF 49
R.gul.r 3.99 IL T' _
beating Cross City 13-6 Farmer's & + 88
Dealers Bank of Lake Butler 12-7 and 1399 s TAMPAX FLORAL
Lawtey's Slaves 12-3 to reach the GARDEN
final. The were led by their shortstop ',> Look&feel I 'm Original regular TOOLS
who took home both the Best Batting natural. Easy cotton tampons. ..
:! '
Average and Golden Glove trophies.The ',f I to apply. Limit 1 I[! Regular H99
Dazzlers, strengthened by Limit 1 i
BOrne players from the Dominos beat '/ i
the Slaves out for second place. >,II ; Rake hoe or
Lawtey had beaten the Starke team I shovel.Woodhandles.
8-3 in the first round Friday night but MILES CRYSTAL .
the Dazzlers fought back with wins o ONEADISTILLED ;..I ,"''r r'n"; ';;Ci.
over Farmers & Dealers 11-0, andTyler's VITAMINS WATER ULTI-POSITIOM 1 .IB
PLASTIC'WETLOOJ .
DEPEND (
of Newberry 9-4. and whip withIRON100'QALLON rr C9"'PJ'i LOUNGER '
the Slaves 19-2 in the loser's ADHESIVE WASTEBINS' HANGING e ". LeN.
23 .7
final. 1298 fi57: <<1= Z.A PLANTER R.yul.rl2.eal :
.
The Slaves had beaten Tyler's 9-7 --- R ul.r2.SS YOURCNOICE 10INR.y.t.99 p1 988' a..?
p
before losing to the Aero Jets. I Fortheextralron _"'" to handle .169 .- Mi ,399 C ,, eavs3.00 ., 1..01,1
Easy I iiii1!
Terri i Parrish hit .555(5-of-9) to lead teens & women _.:....... plastic bottle.' 8il.Priced ....u. Regul...... ....... 99 caCimlum lated"M.fra14l" ? ,rrx:
UM Dazzlers in hitting while Red Horn I need. Limit 1 -r: Limit 1 Permanentlybondsmostaur' Choose-quartEaayOutor' 'Cholceofas aeaorted@olorVlnyl.II
Mt .939 Sheryl Jackson .467, Luanna faces In seconds. Limit 2 38-quart No Hands. sorted colors.I ,Adjupta t03 POaltlon.I .' lyw-; ;
Mundorff .462 Penny Hannah .416,
and Pokie Jenkins .4 12, ;m''r/ ; / '' i








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May... 1981 TELEGRAPH Page II.111'4 11.1'


Errp 's Help Inverness. I Phillies\Bdgp'\. ', ,Twins to ,.Keep First Place t 1)'f'fThe ?. .

II \ Jtl J- -
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1 !
I Phibl edged the Twins 14-li) Indians 33- Rangers 8 triple. Chris Noe er was 2with aK
i r
Top Lady Tornadoes to hang'>onto first place and the' Dixie Minor Ed Douglas Jason Johnson Billy double Jason Smith(and ,Darln';pat-\J\
Lawtey Ranger got their first win of 'J Harrison and Bo Bishop all scored 4 terson tripled and Brad Hamilton7was
the season, 20-14( over the Suns in. BaseballRon times as the Indians squashed the 1-1 as the Phillies took the
With 22, wins in 25 ballgames booted what should have been .Tuesday night Minor League action. Rangers. measure of the Indians. ..
Inverness-Citrus definitely had a softball cond and third outs of the Bishop homered and Johnson, Jason Johnson
tripled.
team good enough to win without BHS got four runs back in I May 12 Zurfluh''and Ray Nettles .had Douglas and Harrison had doubles. f',j \
much help., tom of the first as Citrus L. Rangers 20- L, Suns 14 singles for the Tigacs.Phillies Tigers 18 Rangers II
Alvin and James
Jenkins Coleman
batters Alvin Jenkins and Jerry Bradley Ray Nettles smacked a triple and
and Lisa Alvarez and II Twins
That just friade things worse in Frt- utakerson punched singles. slammed home runs for the winners Rick 12 McNeal had base hits for the losers. double and winning pitcher Davjd; ."
,day's Section H, class 3A Softball Wih ms, Phyllis Cuffie while James McNeal tripled and Anthony and Kimutis Eric tripled Darin Patterson MayS Lizenbee and Kirby Joe Hildebrcii ad-
game played In Starke as Bradford's Hall Vid Vaunda Brown came Darmenla doubled and scored Chris Noegel Matt Noegel doubled and Phillies Indians ded singles as the Tigers got past the
Bill
Whitehead
Lady Tornadoes gave Citrus a helping but Bradford got only three four times. Hamilton and Scott Johns added Matt Whitehead went 2-for-3 with a Rangers. A
hand in the form of errors as the and one more run the rest of Terry Berry doubled for the Suns singles for the winners. Y
visitors won 14-5 to deny Bradford a In the'Sixth with BHS only base hit but Anthony Wood and
For
the Twins who had 12 base hits Madison St. Methodist
spot in this weekend's Shane both walked Upsets .
state tournament Alvarez sand pinch-hitter Napier three to 9 for the Phillies John Stanwix-
(see sports column for more on Hankerson-. delivered back-to times.
Hay went 3-for-4
with
a triple Tim
state). singles and; Sharie Indians 11 -Tigers IV Lewis was 2-4 with a triple Jamie It was big league night Tuesday as the rest of the league. Kingsley went
The Lady Tornadoes who ended sacrificed one run home but Mark Strickland scored the winningrun Whitehead and Chuck Mullins were fifth place Madison St. upset second to 5-0 with a 6-5 win over Church of
13-7 played solid defense In winning Hankerson waS\ ught off third in the bottom of the third inningas 2-3, Alex Porter doubled and Rob place First Methodist 9-8 and Churchof God last Friday.
the school's first-ever District,, and the threat. the Indiana God the Jr. Stars got their first win
edged past the Tigers Powers was 1-2. won by the same score in a battle Also
Region titles but in last week's game Inverness pounded the Tuesday of contenders with Hope Baptist. of the season 14-10 over Brooker
one step away from the state tournament throughout the contest ending Brow"I -vJason Johnson went 2-for-2 and Phillies Mays The loss for Hope's was just its second Standings through Tu. W-l
the glovework got loose. Citrus hits to Bradford's 5. Dennis Glover and Jimmy Langley Darin 24 Suns 1 and tangled three teamsHope, Kingsley Lake 5-0
poured eight runs across in the first Alvarez was 2-for-3 to lead the added'aingles for the winners.' Eric Patterson, Matt Whitehead Church of God and First Methodist -- 1st Methodist 4-2
Inning and six came after Bradford Tornadoes. Kirby JbIa.li debran doubled and cracked Noegel.home and runs Bill as Hamilton the Phillies all into a tie for second place all with 4-2 Hope Baptist 4.2

burnt out the Suns last records. Madison St. and Calvary Church)of God 4-2

I Dazzlers Win 4th Straight, e DominosThe had Patterson singles and and Whitehead four Friday runs both scored also fifth Baptist While place, both tie.3-3. are locked up in a Madison Calvary St. 3-3 3.3

results
Tuesday's com Pine
Level
2-3
while had double.
Dazzlers stretched their winning Dominos tomgnt. '1 nursday and Juanita Heed were 4-6 and was 3-for-5 Noegel with a Rick Hal Kimutis Davis plicated the battle for second place St. Marks/Ep. :2.4
streak to four straight games to at Pratt St. Field at 7:30. Sharon Gohagen, Priscilla Starling 2-for-3 a triple they added some cushion between Jr. Stars 1-5
take second place by themselves and The Saints took two straight and Roberts 3-5 for the winners. Reedtripled Smith was had with a and triple double.and Jason unbeaten Kingsley Lake Baptist and Rrrtnlror-- Rnnliut_ .l.tt__
set up a' game with the unbeaten falling to the Dazzlers 12.10 and Starling, Janae Secrest a triple rn-
and Geneva Hodges doubled. R.G. Buckwalter had the loser's on- Recaps or the week's games will appear in 11..1wc'k'I! T'legreJplt.01JII1ruU0 .
May 12
ly hit, a double.
Louise Patterson 2-2 for
I Dazzlers 12 Rowdies 10 was
Penny Hannah was 3-for-S Alligator Creek Ranch May
PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS Horn and Jeana Thompson 2-4 Rowdies Twins 25 Tigers 7 I I U(3l0Want ( (
winners. Dominos 12 2 Rob Powers homered and tripled
Barbara Terri Fairish was 3-for-3 with two Jason Stanwix-Hay homered and had
Hollingsworth was
home runs and Dawn Schoening went two more hits, and Jamie Whitehead
1-2: ft 3 Bedroom a double to lead the
.
Apt Felton 2.2 with another four-bagger as the clouted a third homer for the Twins as to Go Rafting On Whitewater?
Mary 2-4.
was
From AlSO"* to .:279* Dominos won 122.GaileLeewas34 they romped past the Tigers.
Rowdies 18 Alligator Cr. 4 while both Sharon Tim Lewis and Chuck Mullias both Ever watched rafters paddle their they plan to combine with the Mac-

@ 1530 W. Madison both Fritzie scored Stoppelbein five times and to Ginny Kilby and Geneva Hodges were 2-2 for banged triples and singles for the win- way down Whitewater rapids and clenny Rec. Dept. to go on an overnight
ners. wish you were there? rafting trip on the Chattooga I
(Mil mint rhone 9646312UEJNDCR : Rowdie run parade Tuesday Recaps of the week's games will For
appear the losers David Llzenbee and The Siarke Recreation Departmentis River, the location where the movie

side Stoppelbein the Dark was homer.4-for-5 Belinda with in next week's Telegraph. Billy Stroud doubled offering local people that chance as _"Deliverance"ff.._,_..,1 l.. c.-::*was,.--..filmed..___ n7..v _The. 1:trip.? !is,
u. -u "'''''''''' '' "Yay .UllI""",
which will supply guides and equip-

You're Going to Like Eckerd's Famous Photo Offer! AMERICAS FAMILY DF UG STORE ment Plans for are the to trip.leave Saturday August

1, go down the river Sunday and Monday -
Get an,extra set of prints and return to Starke early Tues-
Twice the Prints with every roll of color day morning. August 4. The local
or black and white print film developed and printed... group, which will be made up of eight
TODAY AND EVERYDAY people from Starke and seven from
Macclcnny, will start out Sunday,
''., TWIG< the Film Get two rolls of print film for / T August, at 8-30:: a.m. on section III, a
a the price of one Kodacolor : : less demanding experience that offers .
.----' or black and white, when you have your film processed panoramic mountain landscapes,
at Eckerd's..TODAY AND EVERYDAY. 12 rapids, and a class IV waterfall --
"' )ull Sluice which be navigatedr
.. the 4 I may
Twice the Guarantee Buy prlnl5yoawant.only ? walked. That night will be campedn
the wilderness the
No hassle-even If the goof was In the picture taking. iver. setting along

Section IV a seven mile stretch of
river with greater rapid difficulty
(about 30 rapids), will be challengedthe
% second day It also includes a walk

beneath waterfalls and sunbathing on
riverside boulders. The trip ends witha
dew l"i mile paddle across, Lake
Tugaloo. scheduled to be finished
-I -1 1aooo.r I around 4:30: p m. Monday. August 3.
The cost of the Providedis
TTEERA trip is $137.
STAND Iraxl ,ARO e i w two lunches, a steak or trout dinner.
I. T' 4 eaRry I hot breakfast and all camping gear, .
except sleeping bag and pad. a room. i nat
.......- .- I the Commodore Inn Saturday : ,at;
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ppO.M" U/ hose nuking the trip will need ex-
SW eAmlN DUn IBgt umsr 9en a I tra money for food Saturday and to
buy anything else desired, such as
photographs taking on the rapids by
the Southeastern staff.
Persons interested in iit'cnding
I
TNT must be at least 12 years old i with a
GENERAL ELECTRIC parent or responsible adult if under
PALMOLIVE GOLD ANT& ROACH STP GASTREATMENT EVEREADY 18) and be able toswim. To sign up for
PALMOLIVE INSIDE FROST
the trip call the Rec. Department at
BATH SOAP DETERGENT SPRAY LIGHT BULBS BATTERIES 0 9646792. $65 is due on June 1 with the
remaining $72 due July 1 I. There will

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Sato' ,t Sal*, Sa'' .2. PACK// 79 have to find someone to take their
Priced FQA.V :Priced -j:,,,,;-h: Rp,1.19. Priced R .,.. Rp.Econom I ;place on the trip.
iideodorant Gentle to hands.Great for Aerosol with baygon for extra Choose 60 75 or 100 Watts. Helps clean carburetor as you 1.19
for the whor \lIY,6Vn1t 3 diahes. Limit 1 bug-killing strength. Limit 2 Limit 1 pack drive.! Add to tank. Limit 2 Heavy duty power cells.
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D.I 'e=" IGLOO NORTHERN MISTHAIRSETTER Tea mixed doubles tennis tournamentfor
CO t: ICE CHEST Bradford County have been set for

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!Prtead! .... r.y L va e.11 5 a v a ..00 I I ; '' have teams of men and women iemg
No lea needed:?Just Drain plug.Swing up + Deluxemodelwdh20 :3R.g.6s I for a spot in the Sectional tournamentof
freeze the lid.y, \ handles. Food tray rollers & clips. ttlr the Lipton Tea national program
\ which has national finals played at
the Sdwgrass Club in Florida.! Entriesare
IQOTT'TIP'&TA limited to Bradford County

V .. VIPPROSHOWER residents.
PULSATINGSPRINKLER HEAD Cost is $-1 per couple to cover t rophy
t' rc ACTION AIR KING48" costs.
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"....10,.. ''799 'i.*: ".(370flag.. 3 et CEILING FANs ACTION GAMECARTRIDGES I with a 12.point tiebreaker at 6all.
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tie. Wldftrrtouth.:. . 1695
water distribution. FINAL COST ; rh 40.oo at the Starke Hoc.
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-- limited warranty. White or Choice of Home Run, Circus I
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DAZEY LAtlQUE LIOMT KIT BPACCINVAOCnCAATRIOOC I T-Ball, Small fry

18"ROUND EVEREADYFLASHLIGHT WITH FOOT SPCCIAI SAVER ncarf Off( 5light.FH343"ceiling fan. . 391 Latest family fun. 21/6 Closes Friday
BRAZIERGRILL Modal FS11t 0 Registration for the Starke Kecrea-
Rps.n fetish o+ig. 3 settings. ; lion Department's T-Ball and
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21 Save S 00 t'J: Mod.148.004 ,0'i :'
1" Ragular ...55l ", <:-n I p.m. or the Old Armory office from
24 99Provides r;'a/ .. .:J.J) 8.va a.ro .''1'-';t" 8:30 a.m. to 5:30: p rn.
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con, 3)J four I by June 8, to six who have not
l _, centrated Easy to read lighted dial. finished first t grade or played T-Ball
control. rte Ten minute repeat alarm. before.
,.....- Smallfry softball I is for those aged,
1 six co eight who have finished Clrst'J j
: OPEN DAILY 9 to 9 SUNDAY 10 to 7
...,; grade: or have played T-Ball before
";' I Sale Price. good thru Sat., May 18th Children can't be nine before June 8: "1e-'1,
\ ." Q .. Junior softball is! for boys! and girls ./
J W.raaarv*'ha right to limit qu.ntltl. I "i
: I ;: aged 9-12 'age determining date June : ft: H
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Field Participates in Bradford Middle School Track & Field Championships

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With a record number of 233 par- Olrfi TOT, Ice_,4th Period 87,3rd Period( M'*. -.
i icipants: Monday's' Bradford Middle 2nd Period l.mi Period 44,5th Period 381'\*. Bid _____ ointtviNTSII W.'
School Track &: Field Championships Period 12 Uw _.... I) Connie Carter (2) 203 r)
overlapped into lunch period but the .." _/.oulto Tyt Sharon Carter I I)20 0.:3)) Teresa Wray((5) 211 4) a5a
thought of a hurried meal didn't seem 110 l... II.....'... I) Ricky Gainey (3) 18,0, 2) Karen Kimutui( (3)21 J.S) Lucille Hollla(2)21.3.
.> lie Grima IS and (5) .
Jalvln:: Thomas ((4)) It 4. 3)) Verachl Pernell ((1)) Polly ) Judy Pathway 21 4.
to bother the entrants in the 14th edition 19.9. 4)) Frank Long (IS) 19 e, 5) Collta Warren ((3) lot v.rJ Duhi I) Carle Coburn (4)) 12.I. 2)
of the intramural meet. Events 19.9. 8) Bobby Janet((4) 20.0loo Tangula Parka (4) 12.4, 3)) China I Covlngton ((1)
were hotly contested through the morning's V4 o."l>, 1) David Jones (3)) 10 a, 21) lie M 12 8, 4)) Charlotte Berry ((3) 13.8,3)).Pam Bovwell
) It (4) 12 Gloria .
9 fl) Davis ((5) 13 S
Charlie Pelham ((3)) and Kenny Hill ((3)) 101 4))
finale the mile relay. Stanley Brown, 151111.5)) Oliver Tyson((4)1)3.5)) Mil). Run I)) Linda DeWitt ((41 8:93 (NEW
The 3rd period P.E. boys,a mixture Barry Warren IS) 11.4. SCHOOL RECORD broke own record of S:561),el)
of 7th and 8th graders, won all but Mil. Hum I) George Crews ((2) 5:IS, 2) Paul Lalonya Jucknon(2))8:51.: 3)Polly Crlffis(5)7CY7.:
three events outright to 113V4 McKinney ((4) 9:20. 3) Collii Warren ((3)) 9:36, 4) 4)) Monica Berry ((3) 7:SO, S) Maitine Franck ((3))
pile up 19.8): ) Cheryl Foster(SI> 8:4344O .
White ,
Ray (4) 0:38.: 0) Chris Thomas 13)) S:48, a)
points to 4th period's 61 In the closer Tony Davis <3): ) I:no, vrf IM.yi I) 4th Period (Susan Navalany,
girls portion 4th period turned the 440 *...yi. 1)) 3rd Period I Kenny Hill, Robert Pam Boswell Tangula Parka,Carle Coburn) 98 2,
tables, winning with 87 points to 3rd Bellamy Charley Pelhim Davey Jones) 90 4. 2) 1) 2nd Period (Barbara Moaley. Connie Carter.
Brenda Starling Maria Thomas) 803, 3) I let
5th Period Barry Warren,G..I..al.lreaux.Keith
periods 54"4 and 2nd period's 48. Kehoe Stanley Brown SI e, 1)6lh Period 538,4) Perlodao 8,4)5th Period SI,8,8)3rd Period63 1,8))
The period 3 boys won all three 41 h Period 53,7. 51) 2nd Period 59 9, 8)) let Period ilh Period 87.7.
relays behind the stickwork of Kenny 618 440 Y4.OMKI I)Sharon Carter((1)) 74.5,J)Jackie
Hill, Robert Bellamy Charley 4M Vtf Pnhi, l 1J Rodney Rutledge ((3) 67.2, :2)) Davie (ID 779. 3) Michelle Slocum ((3) 781, 41
Sorrel ,, Valentin' Hampton C51) 802, 5) Llsha Long(4)80S
Rodney 14)) 68 8 3) Danny Griffin((8)70 8,
Pelham Mike Colvin, Timmy Tyson 4)) Kenny Holmes ((6) 70 8, SI Jason Huggliu 151< > 8)Candy Winkler((3) 83 I.
and Davey Jones 74.0,8) Tony DIRKS(3)78 0. r Mil.Ktodtoy ....,, l>4th Period (Cheryl router, -
Cane Linda Mil.M.ll.r...."n i 3rd Period (Charley Pelham y Pam BMiwell.\ Carle Coburn Linda DeWItt) 4 38,
Coburn DeWitt Pam 2) Sill Period Judy Pettaway Teresa. Wray
Robert
Bellamy Mike Colvin,Davey Jones)4:21: '
Boswell and Tangula Parks sparkedthe 2)) 4th Period (Kerry Hall Oliver Tyson, Shawn yf( 114a' Tracts Denton Polly Grifl( ) 9:47, 3) lit Period
4th period girls to their champion- Rich Paul' McKinney)4 23,3)) 9th Period 4:39,S) 4 3:92: 4)) 2nd Period SII3.: 5)) 3rd Period 8:112.: 8) 6th --.
2nd Period 4:39Jjovrf Period 8:S3J20 ,
DeWitt delivered the
ship. school
only : o.,iu II) Howard Starling ((3) 285, I) vd.0..h.I II Tangula Parka(4)30 2.2))Sharon
record of the meet, busting her own Tony King (4)) 287, 3) Phillip Crews (141 288. 4) Carter((1)318) ,3) Lim Williams (Si 32.1. 4)Swan
mark in the mile run by three seconds Jimmy Hankerson. (14)) 29. S) Marty Lawson ((8) Naveiuny <4) 323 S) Sherry Gauklna ((3) 328, 84bl )
with a 5:53 clocking. Coburn added a 294, 61 Owen Soulherland' ((3)) 296MO >y Foster ((5) 33,4aao .
the 100 '4. Horn I) Chris Thomas <131 2'38, 2)) Collie 14n win Parks the and
in ,
won 220. Warren (3)2'37,3) Doug Healon (I4> 2:39. 4)) Ray na Parade ((2) 3:23.: 3)) Beverly Mosley(I)3:27.: 41
Boswell won the long lumo. White (4)) 2:41: 5) Darrell Polk (81) 2:43: 8) Tim Wendy Thomas ((3) 3 Jl,5)) Marsha Waterson ((3))
"We have a good time." said RMS budding (IS) 2:44: 3:34: ,8)) Donna Moody (5)3:33. 4
P.E Coach George Leper, long-time Mil. ...", I) .nl ,...... ((Tlmnr. Ty-. .<,.**, '. Mil.....", i)4th Period (Denise Magma,Cheryl
.. ...?. Mid C.Irle.0..y.e...)till.. 1))Sth Paled. Foster, Linda DeWitt Carla Coburn) 4:92, 2) 3rd
coordinator of the annual event."For (K.lth _.)..., Of.f '..'raw., ...'" w.a.N. ..-. Itankftown Period(Michelle Slocum,Lynn Giddeiu,Charlotte
some of these kids it's their first exposure ) .4))....r......4,34,: ,4))In4 Pwlod 4i44.()lot ") !Berry,Monica Berry) S:43, 3>2nd Period S:48Una .
to intramurals and performing P.ri>4.,,..4))....P.rl...4 liMU ,_ eI, !. Jwnpi l> Pam Bonwell, (4)) 13-4 2) Barbara --:::
"f Jiimpt 1)) Davey Jones (13): ) 17-8, 2) Barry ".i !i TetMune (8)) 143) Pam Proctor ((3) 12-10. 4)) '9
for crowd and of them
a some Warren Lucille Hollin ((2) 12-fl.5))Monica Berry(3) U-5.8))
((51 17 1. 3)Timmy Tyson ((3)) 17-0, 41 Sam Warren Wings the Discus
were some kind of shellshocked.. Norman ((8) 15-1O.9)John David "Franc ((6) 13-7 Tracy Rowan(9) 122MM ,
The 8th graders have that pressure of 8>Owen Soulherland(3) 1J-O Barry Warren's effort In the discus, an event whose .....1)) Lisha Long (4)) 29-0 2)Tammy Morrow .
living up to being the "heavies" .....P... 1)) lie James Whitehead (3)and Barry origin dates back to the ancient Greek Olympics ex- (2)) 28-9, 3> Fwth Fralllck ((3) 28-7 4) Connie
Warren (31) 38-3, S) Rodney Rutledge ((3) 38-9. 4)) the Carter 12)23-7,9)Lalonya TyllOn(3)23-1,6)) Rubin Handing Off
around school. emplified BMS track & field championships held Mon-
Lewis(4)) 23-0.
Oliver Tyson(t)31-10. 9)Sam Norman((8)31-5.8))
Randy Thompson(2)312. day.Warren D'...>.. 1)) Abby Foster (IS 37-0, 2)) Diane Wood Pam Boswell of the winning girls
Dl..... 11) lie. Donald Thornton ((3)) and Barr) tied for first place In the event. 18) 540, t) tie Becky Anderson IS) and Lalonya 4th Period team hands the stick I
a.i t..... tams 3rd Period P E. m'',. 4th Warren!9)M-4)),3)Tim' Duddlnll!151 92-0 4J Herbif ryvon (3)) 52O 9) Lottie Cole((1148-0.81 Vanessa off in
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Period 61, 5th Period 50'i' Sill Period 29, 2nd Cooper (181 80. 5)) Mike, Colvin 43)) 81.0, 8) Sam Seawick 141) 47-0 the mile medley relav.
Period 10. tat Period 7 Norman ((8))80-0))

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by Carl Tilley person will not give us their name. Of all the arrests, 89 percent was for ,
BCT Staff Wilier There is no way we can search that the possession or sale of marijuana. ,'.
car if that person refuses to sign a Results showed school students and
"There is an increase of cocaine statement and go before a judge so we people under 30( years of age are the
and other drugs in the three county can get a search warrant. main users of marijuana. Listed as
area," says Deputy Don Denton, in- It is time consuming and difficult, the overall problem in the pubic
vestigator for the Bradford County under present law, to lawfully get schools is alcohol. -
Sheriff's Dept."Cocaine enough evidence for a conviction. According The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency -
is on the increase but very to Denton the arrest last weekat received $200 million to fight the
little of it is being purchased by area the Keystone Heights Airport was drug problem. Along with this, it ,is i it
residents," Denton goes on to say. the result of almost a year's in- estimated, the profits gained by drug' o ." .''
One main factor for the lack of cocaine vestigation. Investigators knew when sellers was over $50 billion.
purchases is the cost. Denton the plane left Keystone! when it land- "With this kind of money," says
explains that cocaine sells for around ed, when it left after loading, and Denton, "It is nothing for a person in
$1,500 per ounce and that is after it when it arrived back at Keystone. the drug operation to lose a $40,000
has been cut 10 times for street sale. "But," states Denton, "We have no plane."
"Most area residents just! cannot af- idea If the plane went or stopped File reports, statements and
ford that kind of price tag," says Den- anyplace else." booklets spell out the problem as i
Part of this problem comes from money vs money. The small $200 I
ton.According to Denton the large pro- the air control system in Florida. The million law officers fighting the $50 I i Profits" fl'omllll'"illlh'ujC! I operations in the I'nilol Slates (the drug' in.li.kit uitli 11 $:!III'' million butlJl't: .
blem, in the three county area, is drug plane flew under the radar system billon drug gangs. i estimated at $:>0 billion annualh.'I'he U.S. is fiuliliiiii Photo By Carl Tilley
smuggling for use outside the state. and was not detected by civil air con- Denton estimates that there are
"First we have to get the smugglersoff trollers. The military did detect the some 100 pushers active in the three "money man" never sees the drugs Cocaine has been called the "rich ton says that with the amount of
the streets, then the pushers," plane as part of its national security counties, mostly small kids, selling on and is very seldom seen by anyone man's toy" and is in abundance in all money drugs bring it has caused
says Denton. radar system. Under Federal law in- the streets and in front of all night other than maybe one person. All this three counties. Marijuana is easily judges, lawyers, police officers and
There is more to drug law enforce- formation of this type cannot be turn- food stores. Of that 100 there are, "money man" sees is more money. found and grows well in the Florida sheriffs. to be among those arrestedfor
ment than meets the eye, Denton ed over to any civil authority.The around 10 who sell to them, then Reports from police and federal climate. Quaaludes are there but like selling and use of drugs.
says. The search and seizure laws and restrictive federal ws and the maybe as high as 3 that sell to that 10. records show the drugs are out there.In the expensive cocaine, the cost stops Denton summed up by saying, ''I I
citizens rights must be observed at all rules of evidence are reflected in the To top it off is one person from each, the three county area it is called a most drug users from purchasing it, hate to say this but the $2 million in
times. 1980 annual Florida Crime Report It county that is the "money man." All blanket effect, because it covers all Quaaludes sell as high as $:> per cap- drugs seized in Keystone last week
"For example" says Denton, "Saywe listed Bradford County with 45 drug this person will do is put up the money I three counties. The amount of drugsin sule. was great, but it is a drop in the
receive a call that someone has related arrests Clay County with 175 for someone else to smuggle the drugsin (he three county area is mainly; us- "The real fear," says Denton."is bucket compared to the overall drug
drugs in the trunk of their car. But the and Union County with 9 arrests. so the' pushers can sell. This ed and sold for out-of-state pushers. the corruption in government." Den operation.) "


City Man ArrestedFor We Will Beat rA Car OP Truck Price in FloridaCOURIER

ShopliftingA .
Starke man was arrested for
shoplifting at the brand new Pantry ,
Pride store at the Starke Plaza Shopp-
ing Center in Starke at 9:13: p.m. l '
Wednesday May 6. 1ti $100
Jessie James Rice, 48, was charged
with shoplifting two cartons of
cigarettes by Lt. ML. Sibley of the (
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manager Joe E. Rountreesaw
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Rice take the cigarettes from the % "
rack and put them under his shirt. k : /
Rice,walked out the front door and a
store employee saw, the cigarettes, '';,. ; ."- SSfti'.IWIf Si,'.' ''. '. '" ,
under hU bhirtva !ording "to the
Slarke Police Dept. flf
Rice posted $160.50 bond and ,was
released from the Bradford County
Jail in Starke. ,
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Little Italy

A Starke man was arrested for rtunat tft$ w ea t m t or b at
burglary of the Little Italy
Restaurant on US-01:!() South in Starke .
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Roosevelt Reed 34, was arrested by
officers as he was lying in a clump of 1981
bushes outside the restaurant. e

Kldrcdgo:Stjrke call Police from McCombs Department restaurant that someone receiveda owner Granada GL 100.00 I I I I CasK C 1

was trying to break into the ,
restaurant LI. M.L. Sibley. 1 \ J .
Patrolmen K.W Wilkinson and Willie 1 I 211
Scurvy answered the call and found t
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I Driver Examiners ....They fiat, Theirlife.,: ; on. ,the Line Each Day: I II


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from 7 a.m. to <6 by Carl Tilley If your name iu.. .Leea legally everything 'wiong," Dowdy Starke, will move to the mobile home "We are here to help people"says
BCT Staff Writer"I changed by marriage or court order answered. Dowdy added he has never located behind the patrol station. The Woods "If anyone has a problem
you must, present a marriage, certificate been with a driver that caused an ac new office will provide more parkingfor concerning their driver's or
have seen them come in drunk or "court order to your loca: cident. Woods says he has been with a the public in addition to a larger license question they are free to call or come
and high on drugs to take their driver that caused
license examine.within 10 days. A art accident. working area. "
drivers test," states Norman Dowdy, replacement licenser-will''' be issued Effective May'' 19 the examination Office hours are Tuesday to Friday by and see us.
driver license examinations officer in with the required fee. "..' office,located at the Florida Highway

Starke. Records show that traffic olations Patrol Station 'on' US-301 north of __....
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"In a case like that, Dowdy adds, occur in about 90 percen of ai; '. II ''it I
"you" just refuse to give them the mishaps. Ignorant, unskillec and inattentive -
test. drivers get into nr any'ac" hitting RR Crossbar
Everyone that has a drivers license cidents. According to file rtrf
rep it is I
has taken a test at one time or the because of this that every s-ateJ has Ay as Big Mistake 150 SPAGHEnl

other. Chances are very few people adopted the policy of granting] the A\Jacksonville man was charged off Dinner
even gave a thought to what the peo driving privilege only after theyhave with four traffic violations after: the ?
pIe that administer the exams put ui proven, in test, that they cah drive trac or-trailer rig he was driving
with. properly. strui k a railroad crossing arm on
f"i Eat In or Carry Out
The Starke branch office ad What was the worst road te&t they VS-3()lat Walnut Street in Starke, ati With this Coupon -
ministers, on the average, over 18MH( y \ have been ono : .- juj ...1 I i 1219.!! a.m. Friday, May 8. ,1/
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yearly, around 12 percent fail the 'test three ltltne! gan4did'I ,i Alvin; Alonzo Brown, 22, of Jackson (/ : ... 1\. ..
written or the road test. Travis Woods ?,.*' .*..*,*' ; ,viDe, was not injured but damage to May 20, 1981 {
What was the worst written test Driver Examiner Supervisor the 1978 Kenwoeth tractor-trailer he t .
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results ever seen out of the 20 ques- was driving was estimated at $75. '-, rtes\a: ..
tions asked? "Out of the 20 questions, stopping in the middle of the road 11 Lt '
one person missed 19," Dowdy said. running stop signs is all part of the Damage to the railroad crossing .
"Most of the people that come in chances you take with the job." -to arm owned by the Seaboard Coast .
here know how to drive. The I problem; "You have to be a little of Line Railroad was estimated at
is we do not know they can drive until everything with this job, states $1,000. Limit 1 964.6877
Starke
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we get in the car with them, says Woods, "from judge to doctor." Both Per Family
Travis Woods, driver license examination men agreed you have to be on your The tractor-trailer rig was travel-
supervisor Woods went on toes and watch the reaction of people."If ..I ing south on US-301, struck the
to add that it is hard for a lot of peopleto someone comes in all upset ant1; ... railroad crossing arm when the warn- DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIALS TINY PIZZA
understand that "we put our liveson nervous we have to settle them down ing light was flashing according to
the line every time we get in a per and make them at ease," says Woods Starke Police Department. '2.25 129 Anytime
son's car to give the test." who is also a Starke city commis- ,1, Patrolman ,E.W. Wilkinson cited
Primary mission of the Division of sioner. Brown for failure to stop at railroad

Drivers Licenses is to promote and According to Woods and Dowdy, lI crossing, no tag, improper license(no
maintain the highest possible driving one of the problem areas that pop up I chauffer's license) and violation of
standards on the streets and each day is change of address 01 drivers license restrictions. .
highways of the state of Florida. The name. "People should be made aware I rAIEAGLEI.I
division has mission to 'f
a secondary that it can delay you getting yow
remove the small of The fist U.S. Marine
very percentage license when they come in for 1
extremely poor drivers from the renewal," states Dowdy.If Corps officer of Chinese .al ......
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after all efforts Norman Dowdy .:1 descent1 Wilbur Sze
highways to improvetheir you change your address, the law was LOW
driving has failed. states that you notify the departmentwithin Driver License Examiner!: commissioned in 1943. FfIday. f
Some of the things they have seen 10 days. A postal card with ,OO ,..,
could stand the hair on head,
up your your name as it appears on your
according to Dowdy and Woods. drivers license date of birth, new ad. ,
"For example" states Woods, dress and zip code will insure that \ \ .
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shoplifting t at the Pantry Pride Super damaged by criminal mischief bet OULAN PROFESSIONAL'SAWThe' =--
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12.One MODEL 4200 4.2 cubic inch engine PIt
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day. :May 9. business firm in Bradford MODEL 5200 5.2 cubic inch engine

Stella Strickland O'Neal, 54, of County and eight in the city of Starke Repairman MQDEL 6000 6.0 cubic inch engine
Slarke, was arrested by Starke Police sustained more than $2,000 damage.
Handy Way Food Store at SR-100 Countervibe system reduces vibration
for shoplifting a pair of Fruit of the O r
Loom women's sandals from the and Griffis Loop had three gas hoses wpealeta, ' store according to Starke Police cut, according. to,.the Bradford CountySh".iff' o" ,' (\ Solirl state innitinoitp + _t
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Patrolman Sonny Jackson came to Handy Way Food Store, CR-16 west; S"GINTTADLETS; PRICE EAGLE'S FAN OSCILLATES
the store and took her into custody, Junior Food Store and Majik Market ""+ wr .we1N" .IbOLLApwod4.t- -. Model 4200IKE'S ( _
according to SPD. Food Stores, SR-100 West; and Cap- 39.88DISCOUNT .PRICE NT. '17.88- 19 88
O'Neal) : posted $160.50 bond and was ,lam D's Restaurant US-301 south, had LESS REBATE 3.00 .
released from the Bradford CountyJail windows broken, according to Starke PRICE WAS 44 88 BY MAil DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 2?08
in Starke. Police Department.An Concentrated chlorinator with' a YOUR Precision molded Ian blades
extensive investigation is being 004-8132 bulll-ln stabilizer. Protects your FINAL 14 8 8 Base-mounted console has 3
conducted by SPD and BCSD. SAW SHOP U.S.301S pool for days, not hours. COST cooling speeds A qulel motor' .

Car Gets Bumped Monday Friday 6306.00: pm Saturday 8:00: am 2:00: pm AFTER REBATE

While Filling Up According to a recent government r\ ,-'
survey heart disease (
Starke man was charged with mortality has dropped Complete Accessories & Supplies for Loggers.w '\ ShellS
careless driving after the truck he
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Starke. was not injured but damage t tithe .. :- <>
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was estimated at $300: llincly was 4c ti
cited for careless driving by ,4 Meat Markel fclal 18" BARBO GRILL FUN INFLATABLES GAL.SHELLZONE AUTO BUYSI

Patrolman Kichard Bennett. 4.94 1.67 3.97 YOUR 1.67
Damage was estimated at $.JlJI) In CHOICE 1 CHOICE
the 191'hry\() !>lt r sedan owned! by ? Featuring USDA Choice Iowa Beef WAS S 94 WERE UP TO 'f1T WAS4r"T WERE UP TO I 913poslIon
Willa Uo"man Black, .>fi. of Sturke. grill with, ChouM 72x27" printed Ali-eeaeon antifreezeg oz. can WD-40 lu-
that was parked The minister asked the little boy to folding assemble sleellegs. Easy..surf air mattress rider w/wlndow.or 38x24 I anllbo,1 w/ann-rust'protection Ingredient brlcsn'' or 12 oz Pres.
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the service station when the truck e = : IX.; Savings 49%
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Wrecked Pickup Truck other six days of the week we at!the (, :. j ..:r.,

prominent Slarke druggist was Butcher Block are available to cater to .... I ,.:0"-
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injured in a one-vehicle accident on '
all your shopping wants o..ualltyand 'PAPER TOWELS AIR FRESHENER PERT SHAMPOO 11 oz No"1"
Edwards Head at 8.30: ( p m. Thursday. Dry 0'Oily, WAS 248 129
:May 7Erin quantity go together, atuour ..place, 0 r $1 CREST TOOTHPASTE 82 oz
Andrews 47. of Starke was Don't forget. \ aCe R Regular or Mint WAS 79 1.29
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Hl'gwnalllo"pltalm Gainesville; witha CUBE) ply i ab- or lemon SURE ANTI-PERSPIRANT 4 oz
broken collarbone and bruises and abrasions, according to cube steak Is no better 269' ...: .
his wife.. Kay Andrews. She pointed STEAK than the meat it's made It ep': Shop where your dollar buys more!

out he is listed in good condition from we know that tb.
Damage: to the 1970 Ford car he was _VTW\akV". TOWEL ENSEMBLES IN TERRY ROMPERS, ''''
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driving was estimated at $500 / ; -s. "' DECCIRATOR SOLIDS COMFORT
:Mrs Andrews Mated her husband: .. Fresh-ice Packed C "'1' BATH TOWELS 5.88 '.

was worried that some of their bulls Ba kH. enS paramount 69 'I WERE 3/5 14 .2 5 OUR DISCOUNT
and cows might be loose and startedto I HAND TOWELS PRICE
look fur (hemhen the accident *While They last Lb. .'- WERE a/3-94-: '2..t i 3 Is Poly/cotlon I soft and terry ab- ,, _
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Road rounded car southbound curve, left on the Edwards!: roadway P or k R oas t" .A BostonCuts-eprjed&Tled Bar-B-Q Favorite or 111'9J .. LATEST LOOK IN and Ladies' whit S. M.*L., *r rV-- ::1\.

on the east shoulder, t traveled 100 Great in the oven .,...Lbt, 'rk1FASHION! SUNGLASSES Slight. .f '
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vehicle t traveled 55 feet, collided wiiri ..t, I
tree, careened off traveled ? meat- 4 1. AMI slyles.lens.
a pine All Protein RichIISSOgQddfOrloUlt g
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I tree, spun ID the I left 12 feet and came G r o.u nee I. ( :> s t',. 'J.-'"{! '\ Fmi cOlorS"
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Susan Angela Champion. 21. of f1hi'S : ,; "il POLY SPORT SHIRT -"/-
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was: Records( show WERE 5 98 4 96 handy pocket 8 to XL Mc"lS3 ? hers' pe'ays.la' %??'7.12.* Col.
she was hospitalized as a result of injuries I
sustained in the wreck. BUTCHER BLOCK O EAGLE... 'III i THE. CONVENIENT FAMILY DISCOUNT STORES

Florida Highway Patrol press au/wiyyi' e. w.r..arv.lh. right 10
j release did not include Champion'sname limit quanlille..

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'f>1 RED ROSC OH CHASLIS MARKET PANTRY"' : PMIOK Will DOUBLE THE DIFFERENCE IN' CASH.COMPARE: PRICES ON e 7 i }
I '}''''' THE BA/mlt/ ITEMS AT AMYOTMCR SUPERMARKET.IP THEIR TOTAL IS LOWER ON 29 ITEMS ''W' Ii _
Gallo Wine $369.. COSTINQ LC THAN.2O.OO.BRinO YOUR PANTRY' PRIDE ITEMIZED REGISTER TAPE ANO? = ,
THE OTHER R MARKCT'S PRICES ON THE EXACT SAME ITEMS TO PANTRY PRIDE (WE'LL P Pit/T; '
J LITER CHARLIE FINK CHABLIS OR RHINE __ r 5 / ,

Carlo Rossi WINE 4 *', .,,15..1 ii=I l iiiiiiif.ii. =. ==I ;A r. ; .

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May 14. 1981fll'



LEGALS .. "'- "" .... v.. ... ..1''''<1 v..."'
IN TH BC Public Library Sets Play And SingALongThe
TQi JAMES JV
FELJNEfl.f : 1968 Ford 4000 Tractor .

i Y CIRCrsOURT''e < >2\Barth fXJuai:: Iln-* P.T.O., 3 pt. Hydraulic I certify NOTICEI 'that'' GEORGE'SPROPERTIES NOTICE OF APH.H-A- The resetting of the
I .I')f' ...iIIlpoll.,; ;|! iMbrfc./: < lION FOR REZONING
lift 3 cylinder following described
S N 81.. YOU ARE HEREBY .. gas LTD. heretofore .- AND AMENDMENT OF ) Little Red Hen will be visiting( Don't let your child miss this opportunity -
Excellent condition. -
a limited partn.t.ship THE LAND USE PLAN property and amending the Bradford Public to .
NOTIFIED' thot.an. action Can be sear at the Comprehensive County Library /iow a finger puppet play
CLIFFORD W. fiR ,p4spuUpi! 1 cl. 'w"lrrlo : Lawtey Water Co-nplax. formed undarChapter An ORDINANCE Land Use Plan to to give her version of the old English and join in a sing-a-long. This
PREVATT. 620 Florida amending the.. Comprehensive provIde tale The Little sto"! will be
3.;*t1n* .4>'een filed that lands Red Hen. i oRram; the secondof

Plaintiff, against you JAMES T. S.nd sealed bids to Statutes place, having of business"Its principal inStork. Land Use toned OR currently and) Come and see the Little Red Hen in .)1'i ier Library Express Pro-

vs FEITNER and you or. required Lawtey City Clerk P.O. Plart Element and Map designated by the action with her "so-called" friends gr I be open to all 3- -yearolcls -
plan
I" Florida
': '
DOROTHY I'jl! < I' was duly by Bradford
< County.
c. to serve a copy of Drawer 0. Lawtey, Fl. cancelled for failure as Rural Residential be the duck. the cat, and the dog. ,;, f. ',1\\ to 10:30: a.m. on Tues-

GREENLEi and>CLlW E.I I".'.'I',l'your' written defensas, if 32058 Bids will be openad file 1979 Annual to 'lorlda. In accordance rezoned to CO and Experience acting at its best a* da) Ma" I'J.
ROBERSON; KAREN( SUE> 1 'tony' to It, on the plain'tiff's June Report. with the local Government these four in the form ; All)
1st ot council Pursuant to the provisions designated General animals 'ot 3-6 year olds are invited to attend -
'
CARflAeSDildlIIIMII'1J
( ) < )' bttbrney what meeting.THE Comprehensive Commercial' the finger depict the tale the these time
of Section 620.31 property puppets, q story programs every
PHILLIff/! ,CARWES-na.n. I tI,I I rome and address Planning Act of 197os '
Is Florida of JOHN) D. little red hen.Afterwards. Tuesday from 10
Statutes. I hereby morning to 10:30
;. provided for In Chapter
partner* I' J( .doing i > DUDLEY P. HARDY, Esquire SAID CITY RESERVESTHE GILBERT
give NOTICE In 'hi.n.wspop.r. described as join in a Sirig-a-long alit throughout the summer.
buslne' .. PliNS' > 163 of the Florida
%' i .
["p 'i' Pierce &
Hardy, RIGHT TO ACCEPTOR follows: 1.88 with( the recorded of Ella The
which is acres vffftfe storjtime will take place In the
SHOO: Statutes.TO .
, P.A. ,
yiLlAGf i l.j.1 P.O Drawer 1039,
REJECT ANY OR All
DEVELOPERS; oiflarldof ,. Stark, Florida 32091> published In Bradford : All Citizens Taxpayers located two miles Southof Jenkins as she sings -"Did You Feed library, I IIed a' 10* East Jackson
General I BIDS. County Florida. that" said and other Interested Starke on the Eastside My Cow?" Street: in t 'irkc sore informa-
Partnership.. I'' "' u' and file the original with limited partnership.. has of Hwy 301 in Section Sin,,. Dhm' .R."

.. Defendants, ,,,, ..?,. "'h, i the clerk of 'the above CITY OF IAWTEY filed all delinquent persons.You 7. Tawnshlai 7 ; '' ..''' ...
-- --- J [ ''' _
NOTICE\ '' ',.,(.., \ styled court on or.efOr..1 FLORIDA By: Lucille reports and paid all fees and each of South Range 22 East, ..

', .' June IS 1991. Shuford" City Clark. required under law. you parcel 4743 general
are and
OF
ACTION ,', .: ;otherwise a judgment 9/14 21c"'IJ" 5/21 hereby merchandise.You .
TO DOROTHY 'Cl.: ,may be enteredagainst"" herewith given notice) r
"( I hereby reinstate said In are further given Always Ready To ':
GREENLEE 2424'Kanawoha accordance with erve
you for the relief To Whom It May Concern: limited NOTICE that a of
Boulevard"'' demanded In the partnership'sCertificate Florida Statutes' that copy
complaint said .
East Charleston West1'' of Authorityas the Board of County proposed ORDINANCE
or petition. You are hereby notified
Is available
of Dec.mber31. 1978
Commissioners of Brad-
25301
Virginia : WITNESS my hand and that I will offer for sole and the for which the for your Inspection at
year ford County Florida.
i the seal of this'' Court on sell at public sale to the limited partnership hove the office of the.. Director -
was the
YOU ARE NOTIFIED designated
that an Action to May, Gilbert 12, 1981.S. Brown. As highest bidder for cash the last granted a Certificateof Bradford County Zoning of Zoning and Plan. ", Calm! And FriendlyA
following described nlng Bradford County
Authority.c '
and Board
foreclose! Planning to
a Clerk
of
mortgage the Court, By: Courthouse.
on the following property -- Faye Whitehead as livestock: Iven under hand conduct a public .hearing Florida. Starke calm and friendly voice answers your

In Bradford Count Deputy Clerk. my at a regular
Four ((4)) Small 40-50 and...he Great Seal of the Each and every person
ty Florida: 5/l44tchg6/4. meeting held at 7:30 phone call to DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home at
Ibs. pigs (or Hogs) Statdt.of, Florida, at p.m. In the County having any 'Interest

Section' 23: All of the LEGAL NOTICE Three" ((3)) of whichor. Tallahassee' the Capital Commission meetingroom whatever In the enactnent any hour of the day or night.

Norm noir of iNtv4 East SALE solid White ((2 gilts/1 this the 5th day of f May Bradford County of this proposed.

of State Road No. 13. NOTICE I Is hereby boar) 1981. Courthouse, Starke, ORDINANCE should appear

except that portion given to the.. owner of One ((1)I) Red/White clorlda on Tuesday .. and be heard atthe ComfortThis

... previously' conveyed "one 1974 2-dr Oatsun' with Black spots (gilt) Isl George Firestone, Way 36. 1981 and time and place

for road right-of-way. .. B-210 ID-/HLB2KMI0327 Secretary of Stole. nake a recommendo- prescribed.
Itchg 5 14. 'Ion .. BOARD OF BRADFORD is an Introduction to the -comfort that
Lying and being nTowoihip (Mr. E. CHaucey In- One ((1)) Medium to the Board of COUNTY
COM
7 South terlachen FL 32048 100-125 Ibs. Pig (or Hog)) TN bounty Commissionersand from
MISSIONERS.By comes that
Range) East, Bradford and/or other.. co- n9W'Da.VW......-..9_ --...,,.'. THE. CIRCUITrEsueT EIGHTH the Board will consider /s/Gllbert S. knowing competent and friend.
County Flolda.Less owners). that "if payment on Monday, June
Black spots (sow) JUDICIAL ly people
CIRCUIT OF Brown Clerk I tchg are serving
I you.
and Except: Twoparcels ol accrued charges is not I. 1981 at the same said
which have paid within 10 ;jays to FLORIDA. IN AND FOR place at 10.00 A.M. an 5114D.faul'
One ((1)) Large 160-175 BRADFORD COUNTY
been released at the present custodian, : Ordinance relating to:
recorded In Official Mr. Bishop, M. Mynck Ibs. Pig ((0' Hog) FLORIDA. Immediate AnswersThe
>>
Record Book 150 page 715 S. Westmoreland Solid White (sow) CIVIL ACTION

372. and Official, Record Slarke, FL 32CWI the Case No. 81131. of your written defenses, will be DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home staff is
1 In The of entered
Book above described vehiclewill .. at 1:30: p.m. Eastern Standard re: Marriage
181. if
page 207, any to It, on D. WYATT
be advertised and Time on the 20th day LAWRENCE H. NOTAAAN. against you for the relief prepared leave
public records of Brad. JOHNSON. Attorney for demanded In the to immediately to answer
Husband. and FRANCES petition. your
ford County Florida. auctioned 3 weeks later of May 1981 al' the following Wlfe/Ptitloner, whose .

((5/15/81))). 4/30 3tch3" place, 1869 N. Temple KAY BELLAMY NOTMAN. address Is Post Office WITNESS hand and call.
has been filed 5/14. Avenue, Starke Florida Wife. my
against to NOTICEOF Box 656 Melrose, the seal of this Court on
you 'and you are required IN THE CIRCUIT satisfy a claim in the sum Florida 32666. on or this 8th day of
SUIT- May
to serve a copy COURT EIGHTH of $283.78, for fees, expenses NO PROPERTYTO before the 19th day of DeWitt C. Jones Harold

of your written JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF for feeding ond : LAWRENCE H. NOT June, 1981. and file the 1981.Gilbert S. Brown Johnson

defenses if any. ta it FLORIDA. IN AND FOR care and costs hereof MAN 4 Chapman DrIve original with the Clerk of Clerk of the Court, By: Benton Futch Steve Futch
on RICHARD E.
WELTY.Ploinliff' BRADFORD COUNTY this Court either before Marian' McRae
Lexington Park as Deputy -
attorney FLORIDA. /s/Dolph E. Reddish 20653. service on Petitioner's Clerk.
Maryland
whose address Is 954 CIVIL ACTION Sheriff of Bradford County YOU ARE HEREB'SNOTIFIED attorney or Immediately 5/14 4tchg 6/4. DeWitt

North Tempi Avenue, Case No. 81198. Florida. that an action thereafter: otherwise a C. Jones
Post Office
Box
995 In re: The Marriage of 5/14
Itchg for
Dissolution of
Starke, Florjetp.--32OT1: ; .,' ..', MARVIN,< I. McKIMNEY marriage ed
% has been filed Forcesf"MAY
or beta,. June 15, ". Funeral Home
) and *il. tr< Hinban-. itt IN THE CIRCUIT against you Lawrence H.

''on with/Tie( Clerk _-, ."VK .. COURT. EIGHTH Motmarv', and you are required 16th .3'
this Co'urf either "" JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF to serve a copy ol ,
NEY. WifeDefer.lev., written defenses if Starke
,
service on Plaintiff ., FLORIDA. IN AND FOR your Keystone Heights
....
the
nJainriani
- '
or"I.I. i. 64-6200
s attorney 1 I 473-3176
mediately' thereafter j j

otherwise a default OF SUII- CIVIL ACTION ., ..id auuress iso

will, be entered against NO PROPERTYTO Case No. 81-191. Dudley P. Hardy Esquire D

: DEBORAH ANN Pierce & Hardy, -
you for the.. relief In re: The Marriage of -
_
demanded In the, Complaint McKINNEY 290 Main St.. FREDDIE D. WILKISON P.A. P.O. Drawer I03O., -- -_-

2a Calais. Maine 0461 Husband and HATTIE Starke, Florida 3209" .

Witness my hand and YOU ARE HEREBY SUE WILKISON. Wife.NOTICE and file the original with

3 seal of this Court on NOTIFIED that" an action the, clerk of the above NOTICE

May 12 1981 AD. for Dissolution of mar- OF SUIT- styled court on or

Gilbert, S Brown; as .- rioge has been tiled NO PROPERTY before June IS. 1981.

Clerk of the Circuit against you and you are.quired TO: HAT1IE SUE otherwise a judgment

Court by Marian to serve a copy may be entered agalrst,
WILKISON Route 2. Box
\AcRae of yoUrv/rltten defenses, you for the relief NOTICE '
Deputy Clerk. 1019. Franklin North' APPLICATION FOR .
S 14 I 4.l>,.bg ,",U} ooo __.....;.L j 11.1t1tt.plain. Carolina demanded In the.. complaint ..

Irtri" attorney whose YOU ARE HEREBY or patltion. A". -' .' ": h ::'f- 1'' ALTERNATIVE PAYMENT .11tlt'.fb 'r.
IN THE CIRCUIT name and address is NOTIFIED that" WITNESS my hand and ".'..u OF-1981 !1& ,. i '& 11

COURT EIGHTH George Ft. Pierce Esquire for Dissolution an of action the seal I of this Court on ,lrrtW1J: ft II

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' IN P.O. Drawer 1030. "has been marriage filed May 7. 1981.Gilbert REALESTATETAXESBYINSTALLMENTS.ctlon

AND FOR BRADFORD Starke. Florida 32091 S. Brown As

COUNTY FLORIDA. and file, the.. original with against you Hattie Sue Clerk of the Court, Ely:
Wilkison and
PROBATE DIVISION File the, clerk of the above you are required Fay. N. Whitehead." as

. No. 8I-52CP. styled court on or your written to serve defenses a copy,of if Deputy Clerk. 197.013. F.S. allows on alternative plan' for of reel
In re Estate' of before June S. 1981 5/l4ltclrg6/4. payment estate taxes. A tax.
any to it. on the, plain. payer who electi to tax the
FLORENCE -'KUMMER otherwise pay ** by installment method shall make
a judgment ,tiff's' ollorn.yNho... To Whom It May Concern payments based
Deceased may b. entered against' name and address Is : upon an estimated tax which shall be equal to the actual taxes levied upon the

NOTICBt: : you for the.. relief Dudley P. Hardy Es ty In the preceding year. proper.

ADMINISTRATION./u .. : ',. ("demanded!: ,i the.. complaint quire. Pierce A Hardy You are hereby notified

or petition. P.A. P.O. Drawer that" the
1030
following
,rThe" administration WITNESS my hand and Starka. Florida 32091 described livestock THE PAYMENT SCHEDULE SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:

. the estate of FLORENCEV the seal of this Court on and file the original with :

KUMMER. deceased. ,May' 4, 1981. the.. clerk of the above Four ((4)) Small 40-50 First Installment Payment! On. quarter of the 'o'ol."mal.d taxes discounted 6*.. \
.1 Paymentshell
Gilbert
File S.
Number Brown As
81-52CP.;. styled court on or Ibs. pigs (or Hogs) N be mad not later than June 30, If SI. A
3302. .. Clerk of the Court taxpayer must make
/is pending in the By:
before Jun. 5. 1981 Three ((3)) of which the first Installment payment In order to participate In this
Circuit Faye- plan.
Court for Whitehead.
;1 County' Florida.Bradford : TJepuly Clerk. as otherwise a judgmentmay are solid Whit" ((2 gilts/1) Second Installment Payment One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 4Vi %. Payment : NO

9! Probate Division the.. address 5/7 4lchg, 5/28. be entered against boar) O shall be made not later than September' 1911. 1.1.
Third
you for the relief One I Installment PaymentrFourth .
:1 of which' Is Bradford IN THE CIRCUIT demanded in the com- Red/White with Bla.ckspots CM) On. quarter af the total estimated' taxes plus one.half of any advs4'mant | '

iio! County Courthouse" COURT. pursuant to a determination of actual lax liability discounted ., I I'
EIGHTH plaint or petition (gilt) 3%. Payment shall be made ,
Slorke.' Brodfa;dJCounfyr JUDICIAL; not later than'' December 31'.1911. 'I'"
CIRCUIT OF WITNESS hand and T
Florida ; my Installment Payment On.. quarter of th. total .
32091.The estimated
name ..: FLORIDA IN AND FOR the seal of this' Court on One ((1)) Medium taxes plus one-half of any adjustment I Tfi i
and address of the Personal BRADFORD COUNTY April 30. 1981. 100.125Ibs. Pig (or Hog) pursuant a determination of actual tax liability. No discount.' ": ,,

Representative FLORIDA. Gilbert S. Brown. As Red/Whit with Payment shall be made. nat later than March 31, 1982. 1 '/ I

and of the, Persona'. ;.. CIVIL ACTION Clerk of the Court, By: Black spots (sow) I If have 'I. "'i 9-irish, 1

Representative's. at'' Case: No. 81190. Marian McRae, as Deputy you not received an application to pay 1981 taxes by Installment and it Is your !.;

torney are set forth In re: The Marriage of .Clerk. On. ( I ) Large .... Intent to exercise your rights under this I law, then please complete the applJcarlo'rV'' tt I.iiu I-.
belowAll CHARIIP 1 ...'i < c t .. i c SO 'an '-'c'. p" IT hl..w nnd '"filiI!>" .11. ... I4k ... .. V .. '.

'"rested persons M s ', It., '

are required tactile, witrvthe "CUR" 1.0 ....... ..,- ..... INlcNIIUM ..1 ,.,..,..4T ..nif>vi "Id.:-'
MONTHS' court WITHIN FROM THREE "NOTICEOF TO REGISTER is now Impounded at De- be considered. The postmark on application., mailed to the tax collector shall deter ')I"'I'> ) "

THE SUIT-' Wayne Hardee's E mine If the application wa mailed timely. Additional
DATE OF THE FIRST FICTITIOUS application forms may be obtained '
NO PROPERTY Slaughter Pen North from the tax collector' office ,
PUBLICATION OF THIS NAME as listed below: j 'I, "
TO:; ALBERTA CURTIS 301 and th. amount due> .
NOTICE ((11 I ) All claims JONES.

against the.. estate and unknown. address Pursuant to Section by reason Is of$10.00 such Impounding Mall completed application to: Esther S. Halt Tax .
Collector
((2)) 865 09, Florida Statutes, per ;
any objection, by an YOU ARE
HEREBY animal
interested notice is hereby given plus $2.50 per P.O. Drawer 969

whom person to NOTIFIED that on action 'that'' the undersigned, day per animal. The ''Sta,.. Fl. .
notice was mailed' for Dissolution of above described a, ; 32091
that' mar. COLON THOMAS 312 W. ,
challenges Ih.valld'y .
liv.stock
riage has been filed will unless ,
Brownie St..
of the, ..Mill the against you Alberta Curtis Starka. Fl. redeemed within 3 days . . . . . . :. . : DETACH
32091 soleowner, doing . . .
qualifications of the per Jonas and you are required business from dot hereof be offered t . . . .... ....1, .

sonol I represei" ative, !,111I serve a copy ofyourli.rI11.n name of THOMAS under tha AUTO firm for sale at public IF YOU DESIRE TO PAY 191 TAXES 1Y INSTALLMENT P' US" "ONJE COMF1'"

venue or |jurisdiction' of :: auction TIFICATION NO. AND "ROPERTY IDEN. ....
defenses, if SAFETY to the highestand RETURN THIS APPLICATION f
Ihe court. SERVICE 313 W.Browni. _.?, ,
uLs-EC.
...
any to it. an the plain. .. best bidder for cash. I I. 19'1. UPON PRIOR TO JUNE ;
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS St.. Starka, Fl. RECEIPT. THE TAX COLLECTOR SHALL MAIL YOUR FIRST "
tiff NOTICE '
s OF PAYMENT :
attorney whose
DUE.
WITH ;
32091. ,
inlands
NOT to INSTRUCTIONS. IF
SO FILED YOU HAVE
WILL BE ,FPREVM.BAR. name and addr... Is. register' sgid fictitious Contact tie BradfordCounty COLLECTOR'S OFFICE. NOT RECEIVED YOUR FIRST NOTICE BY JUNE 15, 1981 CONTACT THE TAX ,.
Dudl.'J'\f.'Hordy.. E. Sheriffs Department
RED : name under the provisions -
a..: ,,I.. quired'';.or<*' & Hardy. in order to claim
Date ..91'publication /f:"J1. :'flrf* '''fr r ''P.A. P.O. Drawer 1030. of aforesaid said livestock or for fur ,

ot Ih1.,Nol.t*',., Stork! Florida 32091 statute.' thor.. information cancerfling |TO BE COMPLETED BY TAXPAYERI '
of Adm.nisfr. .aJ. f;"'. J''!:i :4'.nd file Dated this 7th day af I hereby make aps>ll .tlan to ;
..... .. ..'. the original with May. A.D. 1981 In Bradford this matter. ., participate In the Installment
M )1981. fjl'Personal ....h,,, J.;. \Mijclerk of the, above Florida. 5/7 payment plan far the I Oil tex yeer.SICNATUR1 .

.,"ft.lOli atpd Property I.D. No. __ ._ .__
tv'led court on or 3/39. /s/Dolph E. Reddish. _.. __" .__._
< e.; JOHN G* V Efat. before June S, 1981, NOTICE OF Sheriff of Bradford County DATE Legal Description as It Appears on the 1910 Tax Noticeecelpti
Personal Rep.,..*esnta. "", Name "
otherwise Florida. .
a judgment INTENTIONTO V,, I:
live. Rt. 2. ..Box! 9.1oo. ,
be entered S 14 .
Keys ton.' i may against REGISTER llchg.isj Address .' '..'..'I.'* ) :.

Florida 32*&;J.t\ifht'...."1' ..t.-"J" "'I'**' you for the relief FICTITIOUS -"-- ---- "n. __ __ ---.o.Ju-----.I.o.. ....__. _. ."

PIERCE,) IIib-lJ'; : .pfclint demonded or p.tolion.C In 'the. corn NAME THE_ fiffi_ __IIT fm___ior... ; ----- -- ._ ._ :. .:.r. ._..'__ '-:, .. .. :. ..;;;.... ,"

s' WITNESS hand and OF FLORIDA. EIGHTH] fiane N;...IN, ,- .,.r: : ": .. ;- 'iIIiI'''. '
.. my Pursuant to Section JUDICIAL __ "I ; :t.i 'h..
P _
: CIRCUIT IN
,0"11. -- > .. ._ __ I
SIark.: fIt. '..,I 4Attoric4br A1 j 'il seal 24. of 1981.this Court on 865 09. Florida Statutes, AND FOR BRADFORD -- ,... ----t:...:;... :+ .." ( :.
[ .
notice is '
hereby COUNTY. .
P..q" J 3 nlbert S. Brown As '' ,the.. giventhat P'.s.! Print :.n ). ,'; ." \
R. ; undersigned.BURL Case No. 81 308.In --- ,
'''
p.r 9 "'.I' .
11 tierk of the. Court. By: --- -- -------- .4 1
((904 96o'.St9 TRAYLOR. JR. rTh: Morriag of -- ----- :
,
.
.1 ;
5 14 21c"'g" 5 2 I.$ : Marian McRae. as Deputy 1025A N. Tempi' ""...- DOROTHY WILLIAMSON NOTICE ', .i J'.
Clerk.
5 7 S 28. Stork, FI. 32091.; and LYCANS, Wile/Pell-. A taxpayer, must mad. the 'Ir..I..s.II..._. ..w
,
L i 4tchg not loter than June
THURMAN WHITAKER.JR payment 30 ,In order
tioner. ta participate 'In this
IN I 1{: who falls t. make a subsequent Installment plan..Any taxpayer .v':1:
..
"!;;;.. CALLFORBIDS3EALED .. 414 W. Davis St.. .payment time shall not ba required ta discontinue 'In the r;
participation
COUp art .... Installment ;
Instead
vsDAVID .payment. such
JUDCIA..tFLO"I( .. BIDS WILL BE Stark, Fl. 32091 loinlawn.rs. LYCANS. Installment taxpayer. shall b* required to remit with his nest Installment payment an amount equal to the ,,1't: <<

._ doing business Husband Respondent amount plus any Installment amount due but unpaid. The applicable discount current
"RA6 At! C LIVED NCIL OF BY THE THE CITYRb,9U CITY under the.. firm name of S NOTICEOF applied'' ) against ,". sum af th. current and .past duo Installment payment .....u"t.. rot. for the current. Installment shall' 'ba ':. ,i; ,\.

FLORIO..t-. EV SJIORIDA.IN. B S BAIT 4 TACKLE. 694 ACTION Nolhlrtf shall, preclude e ......,.* wfte !has applied. far the Installment method of payment ar who has 4.,

.. ALL N. Tempi Ay*.. Stark, TO: DAVID LVCANS. Cur. .t.II",_,.payment from dlscontlnulne' his. .participation. ,such, ,I.n. In such averit. the remainder of the made an* ar niece In' t'i ,

Case NoB* L .....,N.T Fl. 32091 Intend 10.regi" rent Residence and Ad due and payable. as ,provide! by I..... taxpayer's, taxes. shall' ba',t I' .r l .

., said fictitious dress Unknown. . ... *. . .. . : . . i v. : ,-Jl
.' .. .. .
OITACHIf .
.
n r*: The Marriage of NE'(.. name under the previsions YOU ARE HEREBY . . . . . .', . . .... . .
AMES T. fEL TNEA. Hus- ltlMf' you have any questions. please ntct the Tee Collactar's
of
aforesaid NOTIFIED that Office at the tallowing '
locations
an '
>and.and .lIDS action ):
CAROLYN S. Address .
( statute. for Esther S. Hell Tee Callecter ,
Dissolution of ,
ELTNER. Wife IE marrlog '
Dated this 5th day of has been -k s'' P.O. Drawer f.e / "
tiled
.
NO. ,
NOTICE ':! .
OF THE may. A.O. 1981 In Bract- against yaw In th* above : ... s4ar... .'.330tI .
SUIT- 'a .
J't.' : Ptwit" Number *e4-38O i
NO PROPERTY FOI4fJjG; 3 ford.28. Florida.. 3 7. 4tpd. styled action and you ar* tit-i-".* '> .

required to serve a copy

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One of the Last .' : Z) t A l l A $1,000 Coca-Cola?

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Old-Time Bakersill'. ;: # It's Possible!



by Carl Tilley In May of 1889, Asa G. Candler anilounced
by Carl Tilley Cha rlie refuses to:'use' presel- HCT Staff Writer that he was the sole proprietor .
BCT Start Writer vatives,frozen eggs or powdered milkat of the Coca-Cola Company
his bakery. He gets really upset', You can win up to $1,000 dollars. This company has become the soft-
People come from Palatka, Jack actually angry, that some bakers That statement has caused a rush on drink empire. Its trademark of red.
sonville, and as far away as Daytona resort to such "junk Coca Cola. by many. and white is recognized wor'dw' ide. -
Beach. Restaurants from Gainesville "I want people to get their monies All you have to do is collect the Coca-Cola has grown so large that If
drive up just for one thing. At times worth not just a bunch of junk preservatives r words "Coke, the Real Thing" and you had purchased one share of the
.there are long lines. and powdered milk, said. you win$1,000( cash. You can also wina original$40 stock in 1919 it would now
All this for a small corner bakery in Charlie. rd .iJtIII1/1. T- l1irt and other cash prizes from be worth $6,500.
.
Keystone HeightsThe Corner Not only is Charlie picky over 23:f to I $1.After Coke sales worldwide, in 19 (F
Bakery and Coffee Shop on the corner preservatives and powdered milk but all that, this writer has a few reached 250 million servings daily.
DC SR.l00 and SR-21 everything must be fresh. Anythingnot .. choice words for this coke contest. I This Is a far cry from the average of 5
Charles Brock is owner and master sold by the end of the. day is \ I do indeed like coke. BUT in the last servings per day in the first year coke:
baker at his small bakery and coffee thrown away '.. hYI. ''Ii month have put away enough cokes was introduced.In .
shop. Charlie,as he likes to be called ,..Q( Io fill bath tub.
You'll never find day old bread in my 1960 Coca-Cola purchased the
is indeed a special kind of person, one Charlie's store. Charlie stated that '0 P It used to be you just opened the Minute Maid Corp., an orange juice
of the last "old time" bakers still once they threw day old bread in the coke and enjoyed yourself. Now you processor. It followed with new soft-
around. Charlie's happy, friendly appearance trash cans behind the store, but added n open the Coke and scramble for drinks, named Fanta, Sprite Mr
and pride in his trade is "I had to stop that because people something to pry the stupid cap opento Pibb. Mello Yello, and Ramblin Root
reflected in the many customers at kept taking it out of the dump, .,,' see if you won anything.If Beer.
his store. Some bakers sell day old bread. But t that t was not bad enough, when Coca-Cola today has annual sales or
Charlie started baking at the age of Charlie refuses to do that by saying, you don't win anything you scream $5.9 billion. The company's food division
12 in his father's bake shop. Apart "Day old bread is not as good as fresh nice words and throw the cap across markets citrus products and two
from the military, Charlie has been baked bread, and why should a person 'he room. brands of coffee. In addition to that
baking for almost 35 years The eat day old bread when fresh is bet My cat has learned that when it Coke sells wine under such brand
shops bread, pastries and indeed all ter." hears the coke bottle open to run for names as California Cellars and
his bakery items sell almost as fast as The bake shop now feeds! day old the back door. My dog gets under the Taylor.
they are made sofa Mill lets out sounds.
bread to chickens! and pigs. At one strange
"I saw Charlie throw away good time Charlie gave the old bread to a My kids look like an ad for some Graham
bread just because he didn't like the person that said he was feeding his face cream contest. There are bitter Gov. AppointsMrs.
way it looked," said Ann Andre sales chickens Charlie said he later found fights over) who will open the caps. Donna Gruen
clerk at the bakery. out that that person had never seen a When there is a winner (always 25
"There was nothing wrong with it, chicken, much less! owned one. cents you look at each other as to Governor Bob Graham has ap
but Charlie said he just didn't like the The Cafe Espresso, of Gainsville. I't say."well they just didn't put the big pointed Donna Gruen, Elizabeth:
looks of it," Ann added. uses Charlie's bread and makes the price in there anyway." Nordwall Jones and Marvin
J. ._.., .. trip often so his customers will have Almost 95 years ago John Pember- Gresham to the Santa Fe Community
>f fresh bread to eat ,. -__.- w lon mixed in his backyard in Alanta College Board of Trustees.
The store has the smell of fresh bak Photo B.v Carl Tilley what was called the guaranteed wayto Mrs. Gruen 35, of Starke is u
ed goods that will make you want to "whiten teeth harden the gums, teacher at Southside Elementary.
stay there all day. Kids flock to the Charlie's Bakery... cleanse t he mouth and relieve mental School, and holds a Bachelor of
bakery for cookies and other Items Charlie Brockn of the lust; l of the olel-tl.. bakers uixl IIVMICI'of Tlif ('01'111'1' and physical exhaustion." Education degree from the University
Young John Montgomery and his Bakery and Coffee Shop.Opening | Despite the fact that the syrup,call of Florida. Her term will expire
,. mother come from Crystal Lake ed t'ocu-Cola. actually promotedtooth May :31. 1985.
.ft every Saturday to get John's favorite decay, it was better thanPemberton's Ms. Jones, 46. of Gainesville! is!
cupcake.The earlier inventions, supervisor of the Alachua ('ounlyCommission
scene of happy contented pea which Included Triplex Liver Pills, Crisis! Center and has
ple is repeated each day by the many Indian Queen (Hair Dye and Globe of been reappointed to the Board of
that come to the bakery. Special Flower Cough Syrup.Pembertons Trustees until May 31, 19H.V;
rder items foi 'eddings and partiesire Day Rush Closes secret formula, the Gresham. 51, of Gainesville i-
made with the same loving care -ignilicameof"hich he never lived to president of Gresham Drugs, and IN
hat only Charlie can give. .el'. hus now become known all over past chairman of the board nl
> Charlie spends 12 to 18 hours a day the world. Alachua General Hospital.
;t Inking On an average day he will Doors at Pantry Pride Store"We
d.The lake !95 pounds of bread, 200
M loughniils, 200 cookies, 15 pies and 5
akes along with pastry items from ANNOUNCEMENTDrs.
hocolate eclairs to strawberry chif- had a very nice opening and during the opening week. The new
are tickled by the reception peopleare specials start Thursday, (today; ) :May
on.The bakery is open Tuesday to giving us.: Harry Gross, district U. You can check the money saving and
Saturday from 6 a.m.to 7 p.m. and manager, said of the opening of the specials hy turning to Pantry Pride Lytle Yant
open Sunday from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.The new Pantry Pride store In Slarke last all in the 'ctilnolthis!:> paper. Podiatrists
Cupcake Kid... store is closed Monday.! week. Gross stated store personnel did not Foot Specialists
On occasion Charlie, one of the last Located in the Starke know what to expect when the daily Announces the Openingof
Young John ;ylonlgnmery/: of f of the old-time) bakers, has been ing Center the store was remodeled >tore hours were set from 7 a.m to
Crystal Lake IS Ills mother l rinj< observed exchanging a cupcake for after Piggly Wiggly closed its store nidnight seven days a week. It I is too their Officeat
him l<> The Corner Ituker.v for his the smile of a small child.George last month. Pantry Pride (Food Fair) early to tell yet just how popular stay-
favorite cupcake cry Sat ar'laf:\ look over the lease of Pitfgly Wiggly inn open t till, midnuihl\ will bt acror-
mornhrg!' / .......: .-,,, ...,.. "... ,

.,?" x neral Hospital
Cpl. l... 1l .
ut ews. public has indicated approval ot the
Participates In Holiday, 111 A tremendous crowd went to the stare staying open until midnight. Lake Butler
Joins Air Force store for its opening Wednesday May Shoppers indicate I they can go( directly
"Firex181"Marine United 6. Gross stated store personnel closed from work w il hunt having jo stop at -ttoltlttatot> -- --t49.
Enlisting in the States Air
Lance Cpl. Charles! W. !Marshall ,:. t the store at one point when all of the a convenience Mj;, 'i : +m'.J"t1.h.'r
Force i ii! Ceorge- oliflaylIbfeW*9t ;: .. stems < Practice limited
Jr., son of Mr and Mm...Charles'. "1rrnd'Mrs. l liday.Jr.of.Starke. 300 arts were in use at the saSrie prices for gf-Ul'.CI.tl (nccwdiug tn to:
George (
> ;
t W. Marshall, Sr., of Starke, recently y 3 3- lime, in'order to prevent an impossible (.ross.
participated in "Firex 1-81" at Kort Airman Holiday entered the Air crush. The store was reopened 'So far the m idiught store closing i is Diseases of the foot and leg.
the crush ended, ," Cross( said.
Bragg, N.C.Marshall Force's Delayed Enlistment Pro shortlyafter opening fairly popular
is a member of the 1st him he said. "We will certainlyby to maintainthe Including medicine
gram (DEP, which permitted to surgery, sports ,
Battalion, 10th Marines, based at depart on a selected date within the The supermarket featured many same high: standards we opened
Camp Lejeune, N.C. next 9 months lie selected December "two for the price of one" specials with" b<" says children and general foot disorders.

More than 2,000 Marines! par- 4, 1981 as his entry date for active duty .
ticipated in the field artillery included trainingat although he is accruing time in ...,.. I r :;:: .. ./, 'ii'- Phone: 496-2323,
The training '
Fort
Bragg. service for pay purposes as a memberof ;: :: .
the 105m and 153mm tow .
live-firing m -
DEP. :
the : .. _. -
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and 173mm self ,
155mm
ed howil/ers ""
Airman Holiday successfully completed = ::;.e:::
propelled howitzers, and eight-ineh a series of tests which qualifiedhim
.self-propelled guns.Collapsed The Spanish word "vanilla"means
to enter the Administrative
"little pod"and refersto BLAKEWOOD
field of after
Building Specialist training com- the fermented pods of
'pitting six weeks of basic militarytraining
an orchid plant that yield
Brings $15,000 \ Lackland AKB. Texas
t at the well-known flavoring. Fop EQUIPMENT SALES
of Bradford County
A 198U
*' graduate 5
A1 Bradford County couple was
awarded$15,1)00 in damages! in a one.fday High( -School. \.00r o AT
:Bradford County Circuit Court'trial f; \\J

TuesdayMay 12 from a Green B & L Soil ensrn @ .d
Cove Springs concrete firm and contractor WALDO FARMER'SAND
over a collapsed building./!
Charles"..and Joyce Barber hired d1fry6 '-

Oliver Crum to build a garage 79 PAIRn FLEA MARKET
residence on properly! they own on
CH-229A in. Bradford County in April

of last year.Testimony. Fitting Fees' T. , 77, 7. . . $85 468-2255

"' was presented at the Chemical Sterilization Kit , , .$10or
trial to show Crum ordered 3' i yards Fla. 301
North of Waldo.
of 2.500 P.O. concrete from the Taylor Heat Sterilization Kit. .$20 +R+# on Hwy

I Concrete and Supply Inc. for a lintel Optional Spare Pair. , . . .$49

pour did The not Barbers meet specifications.charged the concrete was ..Kitting"by\ of contacts.an opthamologist with' 15 years experience with various -YANMAR TRACTORS -MOWERSDISCS REAR BLADESCULTIVATORS

semi-set and unsuitable for use in typos Includes comprehensive exam. on actual lenses and :2! mon -PLANTERSPLOWS a ROTOVATORSRAKES -POSTHOLE DIGGERS
tended. Because it was unsuitable.the ths' -J eye: i.o.foSuMillhopper. .-* ,
fCIllow.up care.
garage residence collapsed. BOX BLADES FERTILIZER SPREADERS
Testimony was presented to show Inc.
'rum was absent from the job and his Optical TAKE A LOOK FOR YOURSELF
sole employee on the site had never 376.8000 The oucr- ch...,.... SMALL DIESELTRACTORS
2516 N.W. 43rd St. Gainesville
lintel and that factwas need TRADE-IN
Sl'elillUr poured a
known 'rum. I & Equipment ....."MAR

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mounted on a SOLID WOOD lOx 13 !

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5entatlve, wilt be scheduling a limited number of appointments' at the following locations:'

Cu..rrrr \'rdllt'5da\la: Ii thru Saturday, :May 9 .\.. ,i...m. n. % l FINANCING. ;
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and ... .....-Jr; .Be: !
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Quota Hunt Permits. "Quotaa aro. outobltahed"tor limit Hunting licenses and wildlife regular quota hunt permits.
I I Obituaries '"' management area stamps for the Sportsmen may obtain applications
'. Available End ofM13r" ';t emea\li re !Mft.wildlife.1PJ 1931-82 hunting'season will! go on sale for tile regular nine-day quota) hunt
... U.Q: 'dudiItJ.the firstays at the offices of the countytax
ApplicationS will be tavallk1 I 1 "db1iJi nllle of the general hunting beginning June 1 at the offices of the permits

Mrs. KstelleP. Ilise Mrs. Josephine FontaineMrs. the last week of this! month (MayJ.for., ,<,..... 8tMyr\ type county, tax collectors and their collectors and. their registered

Mrs. Estelle P. Hise, 97. of Park of Josephine Fontaine, 6$, bl f quota hunt permits, according'.fajtftej, : ,r tr' lt3etO'hunt; registered subagents. that subagenta.
White reminded
hunters they
the Palms Keystone Heights died Hampton died Sunday night. May 10, Florida Game and Fresh Water.. :FJih} !jCommission. j:.J S;!' r 11'e DIV11b of must have a wildlife managementarea

Sunday in the Starke Nursing /Home in Griffin Hospital in Oxford, Conn. .';:- following a lone illness Born and raised in New York, Mrs. .' .
Fontaine was the widow Of Wilfrid *


18113 Born Mrs.in Barker use and, New her husband York. July rnov-27, Fontaine ward's Catholic member, was a Church of member of Starke of St.Senior and Ed- Union Starke Ads I

d to Keystone / in 1972 from was a Hampton -- .. .. .
I. Heights Citizens Club.Survivors I 4 .. 4* IS 4i 4* s
Enterprise. Fla She was a member! of -
include two Ed-
the Park of the Palms Church. She : sons. '
and her husband had been marriedover ward Fontaine, Oxford Conn. and PERSONAL FOR SALE; '. .REAL HOMESFOR FOR RENT

72 years.Sumvois Thomas Fontaine, Huntington. SALEBUY 3 M MOBIL/ HOMEs
include her hu.sband Conn.; two sisters, Mrs. Florence SERVICES IWO CHAMPION MOBIL ESTATE
: Island and Mrs. HOME 12X40 .0". taking applications
Walter! W Ilise, sister Lila\\vr-: \ Bel more, Long : 1st.
one l May
CUSTOM MADE LOOKING' FOR a special approx.
Katherine Quill New York; and six bedroom, furnished plr THE MODEL home and '
grandchildren. DRAPERiESFreeestimates conditioner foundation,,, 5 plec.'"b' property -' If I Ii receive a $1300.OO rebate per month plus deo.

nil Kenmons' N.Y.; and a niece. Funeral Mass will be recited at 9:00: Local blocks and lawnmower Included don't Have.... It,' I'll find It at closing If you occupy by 43 '964-9734 offer furnished 3:30
Partially
Mrs. K.L.. VanNalter Kenmore, N.Y. a.m. Thursday morning, (today), at distributors for completely like new. 6800. Jvef oik JANE' S. USHER. July 4. 1981' 3BR-2Bath-:: 5/14.
REALTOR"
Edward's Catholic Church in washable nationally Call 4963430. 3tpd 5/15' 496-2126 or Caaa Del Forest Circular
-
St. 3 2 BA
Graveside funeral services! were advertised Cardsette 5/21 5/28. 496-2903' .eves., "Your BR
held at 11-0(1: )( a.m. Wednesday. May Starke, with Father Rooney of Draperies./ saw Enter 197* VOLKSWACON RA'. ,Union County Realtor tfn Drive all energy efficient : Kitchen living
Burial will be in Hampton Vt acre lot Be the Ut InStarke'
ficiating. Ed :: dining room family
Lama : 3/24.
prises. or
13: in I the Keystone Heights Cemetery BITs 4-door custom hatchback
City Cemetery with Archie Tanner 496-3253.:: finest residentialarea Extra spacious.
with Mr. John G. Meyer officiating. Stephen. dark brown with
Funeral Home of Starke in charge of 5/I/80TFN. Call 964.5533 Still walk-In closets. $275
DeWitt C. Jones! Funeral Home was in tan interior, AM/FM radio WANTED
.
time to pick out colors ., first ond last
thargeof: the arrangements arrangements. SEPTIC TANK SERVICE: Pump luggage rack air conditioner .
V.A. down. 4/23 $ In advance plus' '
out septic tanksphoneAlbert and passive no money. >
Andrew., 496-2043. MOBILI HOMES WANTED tfchg. deposit. Janet M.
restraint excellent con-
Will pay cash for used
2tchg 5/7 5/14. dilon. 6250. Call49ft3430. your PARADISE IN THE PINES In R.altor.782-3931.

3tpd 5/14 5/21 496-3377.mobil. home.TFN "Ray/16.EXPERIENCED .Powell dream Almost home new 2 2'bedroom!. area.HOUSES 2 BR; A/C lake. :

I !t( I INSURANCEIMAINES FROST 5/28.FREE REFRIGERATOR: will .keep children/BABYSITTER all day: productive I on ac. garden acres: .- $265.00. 5/14 per 3tchoj mo.

i INSURANCE ACEN- $ISO. Bassett dresser with and after. school. Near new grope urbor, big HOME :2BR. 2BA
CYi 160 S. lake Ave., Lake mirror $65. sofa and love RMC. Phone 496-2607. workshop and utility' In 964-6116.
seat $200. Early American building. A real $\I
Butler. 4963978. Complete 2tchg 3/14 5121.: pleasureto
Elephants can spend up to 18 hours a day eating. Insurance Service. TFN sofa, love seat and chair see, 31500. Call David FURNISHED APART-
I : Living! and dining
cost $1200 three months
Bruce Mills, Realtor
old.now $600 French Pro- HELP WANTED ., stave S

FOR SALE venclal washer $125 BR suite dryer$200$85 silo PER-WEEKi Part-Time 4733586.Associate JANET, Evenings.M. STARLING please.. No SI pet 95 per or

I I. Keystone Area Ads FFICE AND SCHOOL SUP. dinnett set $95 hlde-a.bed at home. 'W.bst.r.Am.rlca's REALTOR. 7823931. Phone 964-6944 or
PLIES. CIFTSSee Union $125. color TV $125 bunk foremost dictionary :3/19: Ifn. 1 tchg 5/14.

County Times open Mon bed $130 and double bed company needs 1981 MOBILE HOMES / .. ROOMS AND
day and Tuesday 8::30 a.m. $60. Phone 752-7961, Pro home workers to update payments starting at (lights included);

to 5 p.m.. Wednesday- vidence. Itchg 5/14. local mailing lists. All $137.00 per month. John six room unfurnish
PERSONAL WANTEDCASH FOR RENT closed. Thursday and Fri. SOLID WOOD QUEEN SIZE ages experience un. Brown Mobile Home on first floor

SERVICES day 8.30 a.m. till noon. See BEDROOM SUITE cost over: necessary. Call Center 4733775.49 furnished. Ne
FOR GOLD sterling. 3BR JBA HOME-1400 iq. ft. our 1/2 price table of $1,000 new-now$400, matching 1-716-844-5670 Ext. 6005. tfnchg. Apply at 514 Epper

[CARPENTER WORK : jewelry diamonds, coins. Fully equipped kitchen ,' selected gift Items.12. washer and dryer used IIpd 5/14. SAVE I> Buy direct from fac. Itpd 5/14.

Remodeling, work kitchen, Will visit your home CH/A. W/W carpet. One / one year $350. queen tory. Prices start at 12' BA, living room din
anywhere. 376.5235. Mr. acre lot on Silver Lake with ((PS. CARS TRUCKS Ing
cabinets and trim size hlde-o-bed $250. Early wide $6,995: 14' wide A porch. Partly
carpenter Reasonable Rittman tfnchg 4/2 lake privileges. Available available through Government American floral sofa $ISO. Ads Get Results $7.995. double wldes on :2 lots with

pric.s. Call Ed Dempsey at CHRISTIAN COUPLE need Jun.8. $325 month. Phone Auctions In your upright piano $2OO complete $12,995.' Come. by and see 9645751. 5/7 3tpd
house around 1-376-0392 days for under -- --- - -
old sell
roomy area. Many bedroom suite $155
.
473-2477 after 6pmtfnchg : large selection of mobile
$150200 month. 1-3779829 evenings. Ask Call 602-941-8014'
to rent. $200. coffee and 2 end toblev LAND
4,2ALCOHOLIC homes. Mobile
K.vslone.M.lra"e. Phone for Bob. tfnchg 5/7 .xt. 8629 for directoryto Community :
your $55. extra firm bed
ANONYMOUS: .. queen Home Sale US-301
473 2409. 4/305/21 STORE FOR RENTapproximately 4/23 North FOR SALE
4tchg purchase. 4tchg
Closed Monday Bp.m. $150 Simmons king beoj HOUSEKEEPER : '
meetings Starke 964-8741 4/9
900 ft.,
INTERESTED IN 2O 24 Flote- iq. 4/30 5/7 5/14.
never used $250, Air Can
Fri. HOME LOTS 1. 2.
a
Open meetings.
Bote with, motor' In like In front of new post off ic.. FAMILY GROCERY FOR ditioners all sizes, olf WANTED tfnchq I
day B Alonon Monday lots. (Laura Bapt.
p.m. new condition. Phone Phone 4732149. 4tchg SALE: Meats, beer. Ice and guaranteed front 3 BEDROOM CEMENT block ,
8pm. Alateen Monday 7p.m. 475.2301.. 5/14.6/4 231 S. home In Stark. Central CY Rd.) 964.7206.7
All in 4ichg OFFICE SPACE: Keystone gas on Highway $100-5200. Phone
meetings
Educational, Building Community HOUSEKEEPER WANTED-- Center. Approximately 420 near RMC. Phone 4962183.No 752-7961 Providence 3DaysAWeek gas heat. fireplace air. &
three days a week. Must f.et.60/ collect calls. Mod 5/14. laundry workshop attached ACREAGE
4 2 square per
Church. -
tfnchg
PRESSURE CLEANING" be reliable, salary month. Call Keystone PET FOR SALE 1 English FOR RENT garage. ;30's 964.8483tfnchg / Acr .:8.7 ac.
negotiable. References required Heights Realty Realtor. Bulldog registered with Must Be Reliable 4/9. 3 and culvert.
Phone 473 2477 tfnchg 4'2
1 BEDROOM MOBILE HOME
Please phone 473-4961 tfnchg 4/2 papers, asking $100. : 9V. % .
PLUMBING ------- mtg
REPAIRS..LarryTeague 2BR, MOBILE HOME furnished
:
415.1542. I ItchgS. 14 MOBILE HOME LOT for Phone 4962338. Itchg 5/7. near Worthington Springs.I .
Plumbing. retired couple. Beautiful, l>72 CHEVY NOVASSPower : Married couple, SabryNegoUableReferences garage storage shed. .........
475-1513. tfnchg 21 .
references required. enclosed porch. Iocr.
CARPENTRY AND MASONRY FOR SALE trees. Across from Lake steering pow.rbrok.s. ------- ((1st Across Secluded
Phone 494-3130.atchg 5/14 (fenced), extras.
many
)
WORK--build/ patios. additions Geneva $55 month. Phone run good- $21.000.
remodeling homes LAKE LOT on sand bottomedlake 473.2879. tfnchg 4/16 excellent conditon. Phone I 18500. 964.6490. 4 30 .........
'
and tile, work Also pa.n.ting in Hillcrest S800 MOBILE HOME in Lake 4963194. 2tchg 5/7 5/14. AAA Required ... Appro.*.] with
down. S146.44 per month. Geneva Park. $140 and If64 DODGE VAN Motor REAL ESTATE : !
Free estimates up. : ------- barn
l JIi1I adn. well
Phone 473.4473 during Phone 473.4058' or Phone 473.2379. tfnchg needs repair perfect AGENCYPh. Please Phone ($ ) .
473.4367 after 6 R m. 4/16\ body200. Phone ... .
day Alter 5pm phone !! RECOVERY: ... ..
7S2-OI77
782TXV, I'm So I 7 tfnehc 1 2n .. 4963518. Itpd 5/14.. 475-1542
--- -- 'RODMThe .
NVVMNTEDHAH' Kt'AOV >' I \..t: 1CT1 A'*:. ACP'ACS OFFERS: : Appro.I With well
permanently by a Keystone Heights. owner HOMES FOR HOUSE FOR SALE: 9% UU Recovery Room of .. pole.' $10,200.
financed 10 percent in SALEBEAUTIFUL Brick central air and Lake City Local Dist. ed
registered electrologist heat 3 2 Bring Your Suitcos. .
Lots clear. ..andbottom.d BR Bath. Archie Tanner Funeral M. Starling
and ,its Call terest. on .
inexpensive W/W carpet New IF YOU CAN QUALIFY FOR YOUR Realtor J.: }:'
lake priced to TWO ACRES. HomeHfc45y $
for free demonstration
without obligation. Anny sell Irom $9.900. One to property and home in roof Moritat9s chain link acre fence.o1i Custom oMrilOi., BR.,28 welsIbPefk.csIAA'C Electrolysis 490 Lawrence five acres overlooking lake DeerwoodJ Hills :3:I miles land with fruit trees. I4'
Blvd Keystone) 4737033. (access available) with north of Keystone. 24x60 Call: 496-3646 Built for the family 'Itth! kitchen -Residential"Acreage, .Commercial; \ -ExtraCashewe I ...
and family room : buy cans S.30Lb
FOR RENT: Store Appro nice trees from 53.500. mobile home. 3BR. 2BA.carp.t. /
5 miles from $500 down. $50 a month. CH/A. deep well separated by art eat-on bar Cold Also other metals '-
Keystone on ,;;
SR21 Old Glisson Bait Commercial Iron tag.... with delicious/ water. HELP I In town Turn Trash into cash
investment' opportunity $28.000 Owner will If you need more, haw ;Venra Brown Bradford Recycling A Whit.Mound,
and Tackle StoreChangeable Owners must relocate
SR 21N. Owner.sol..mon. finance, with reasonable about 16 acres with a RealtorAssociateW3022 (CM. Temple: Ave.) "20 on side lost
Hampton Nice 2 BR. 1
sign optionaiIe. 473 4375 tlncha' 4 2 down payment. Discountfor Custom 3BR. 2B CHA. home 964-5938 Lawtey area. Call
Call 473-2578 bath home
or473.210B.3 on 55*
AKC DOBERMANS-.Top cosh. 9123777496. country with a sunken "lived-in Tiffin and Owens.lnc. operated By BUARC ItchgS 14.
12 tin
tlng In convenient .
quality only You are invited Nights and Sundays., family/living room. Your I
LAKEFRONT HOMES: now kennels.47S downtown section. Prettylot Realtors I
to visit our 912.291.0189. tfnchq 3/26 own well for no water shortage. -
,
developing large lakeSampson .1228 with large detached .. Near Providence.. =
Riverfront & River access THOMAS OIL CO. HOME
one of the WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN garage with a variety' of '
Call 496.3814 for
areas t largest and clear tfnchg 4 2ADMIRAL possible uses. W.ll; consider ment. an appoint lots. POLES
lakes Great privacy 3 FROST-FREE MISCELLANEOUSBINGO. trade. Owner financIng "
!Mil.South! Ulimit SI i''VtSt.ii'kc. !
model homes to view refrigerator Side, by.side, available. Notary Service 80 beautiful acres,
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Prices start at $49.50O 00. 21 8 cu ft $500. Only 2 .AMERICA Call for Details partly cleared. river ,
After Hours* i !NM I !'Mvt; liJ4i ( : )
Call Bob Harris 4733133 years old 473 4581. 4tchg LEGION HALL. SR-21 Eleanor B. Cannon access,.owner finance. AMP
John Langf ord.Jr. '
or 964 SS33 Financing 5 1.5 28 Saturdays, 7pm. Public Invited "
Realtor. 375-2488 100 acres, good
.Ifnchg 5/7 Realtor Associate I 735; q
available VA no money PIGS FOR SALE: 150 pound GARAGE SALE Sunday, 372-1469 496-3114 pasture or) crop land. Portable Buildings :lftwtiiri*
down 4 23 3tchg 5 7 average 473-7057. 2lchg winding creek good 'I
May 17. 9am. til 5 p.m. -
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ING HORSE on springs. one and other items Lake Butler Apartments. Lake Butler, Florida may 10 acres great site for

-- TRUCKS tricycle) one 16 boy s bike Everything must go. SR-18 have the answer you have been looking for.... home nice large Hwy 301S 964-6020 For Sale' '

with, training wheels. All near .Crystal lake. Followsigns. Now taking applications for 1 BR 2 BR 3 BR A 4 trees. I .. :$1: CI
975
miles CAMARO..50 Phone after 7 p.I"000 good condition 473 3672. LONELY Itchg New S 14 singles BR July occupancy, Lake Butler Apartments offers 40 heavilyooded a6X10 thru 12X50 :o".ntr... I......t i..I..t.} .. ..

and Sundays after 3pm Itcha 14 moqaiine Stamp.adress central heat and air. ; wall to-wall'carpeting;. kitchen acres .*.lie lirw., .!liki..Ilk,*
LIVING .
ROOM SOFAS60ttunrllo appliances and on site laundry facilities. The units
4132123 Ifchg 14 envelope for free informa 1 man i\\l1l'r,
l 1910 CORVETTE--AM FM bed bed S5O baby. tion., Box 880.(G9)). Boynton are well-designed and spacious.For 20 acres just I \\hat l Bradford C:Trac
SIO Phone 475 10762tpd those .ho Super -
qualify there is I
cassette electric windows FL 33435 S 14.28 a federally funded need :3
3tpd you acres
cruise control AT ACT 51421 I I subsidy program available whereby rent is based on cleared ,". ::11..I! .qiiijI| |\ lit 'rriil;;: I

top burgundy on income. i FOR SALE OR -.""-\\ (,Mini'j>il>, mnilv.

burgundy 10 500 miles Please write.for more information and application: j Call for additional information '.II. :''I a'iiWIrlh>,

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7;30 p.m. Augustine Florida 32084.
BUYINGjunk 413.7181Fne Equal Housing Opportunity 496-3022 Beautiful office


BatteriesS3.00 'furniture porcelain household items jewelry sewing Corner Hwy 100 and r"tI.d

eachNotronol8ottery machines' antiques. collectibles. etc. WALDO FARMERS 1'. ; ions are now
Thu". & FLEA MARKET Starke :
Co. FLEA MARKET II a.m. ?:. m'l'l'l>tt'd for I he
473-2527 in//( IriiimiiK
Blakewood pro
offer 6 (Inside) Equipment Sales Phone -
p.m. Have your garogt sale with us or open your own business
'for just $4 OO a day First week FREE on monthly rental. Hwy 301 N., Waldo, 'Florida : << '<.M>in Training
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Training
Crafts people S artists welcome No charge to charities, .
Looking for good : II .
while, space ., available 468-2255 : \Viirk K\: :

used furnitureWill CAVE ROOM OPENING SOON .. .: !} .4.its '"'

buy one pieceor Downtown I Keystone) Heights on Consignments /large Selection of New Yanmar tractors t training pro
and are funded
under
entire house. I Highway 21 one block S. of Hwy 100 Accepted '

hold. Trade-in Partial Listing : )'inonl It Train\'c

473-7028 % ..,''10., / it'KTAi. To
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STEVE BROADWAY ti-\ Allis Chalmers Cub Tractor t:*: ( (' 'the above

w/Sickle / 111:4. applicants

TREE SERVICE Mower Bar . . . . . .feso'00 t '.' the following .

EnergyNow .5 I.H. Cub Trac. Needs Work. . . . . (95O.OO :,> criteria. :.
dlani Co. ",ldrrtlt'/ ..
I.H. Cub Trac. .
Removal w/woods Mower. . . . 1700.00 untmployH *r '
is the I.H. Cub Trac. .
Trimming w/woods Mower. . . . 1800.00 !64.1IXI7 dluvinlig- .'

time to 1 I.H. Cub Trac. w/woods Mower. . . . 18Q .;9'O: Located behind Powell's : ,
Free Estimates Ford 8N Trac. Informa
summerizeyour 3 pt. Hitch. . . ... . .1900 OO the .

473.4732 Ford 9N Trac. 3 pt. Hitch. . ..... ..-...,. -:" .-:1800.00 Batteries State Employ. ';
mobil .
After S p.m. Massey T30 Trac. .
3 pt. Hitch . . .1950.00 I .
Keystone Heights home roof I.H. Super A Hi-Clear ; t. : _ Call St. (Old '
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I.H. A CsJltivaTor. .. .lJwomsi off with Starhe, 'i
With Super Plow, Disk, . :'2650.00 n ._ Fl. Phone 8114-e082 '

'Huntley I '5 John Deere 420, 3 pt. Hitch..SOLD L455OOO I


Redfearn'sSERVICES Anvil! 'LZ Yanmar 240 24 hp Diesel eo. . .. . CARDIN BROS. )1..::.. ff4

Vinyl I Flex Long 35035 hp Diesel. < .k. .rtl. .9Jm&:..4909Qp> ,{ Steve Cardin-Owner -'

-l-r! '_ 473-4340 roof coating' International 300 42 hp Gas..S0LD2900OO [_960-6750_ ]f :


/_'V.ItI I. 473-4252 or with 2 Oliver 1450 52 hp Diesel . . '., . . 3750.00 LANDCLEAKINC SEPTIC TANKS : i
a year guarantee. DOZER WORK LARGE & SMALLSEPTIC.. TANKS INSTALLED j
Repoirs Of' 0
Major -FILL DIRT -LiMEROCICDRAINFIELDS RELAID

Electric Appliances JOHN BROWN. .. _, Come See Steve'ort45 PONDS DUG FIU DIRT :: I:

Serving' Biadta'd A Clay ::. >, -ROADS BUILT 'SEPTIC TANK SUPPLIES 'I:

Count.etlowroc" Mobile, Home Center.s : Waldo F rmer.s&JJ .a'tM R ( :-CULVERTS SET & COVERED ., i

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Hwy 21 Keyatoo Hgls. t" .: ""
__ Hwy. 301 N:, %V1do, Fla. : invest In the Best. It Saves Mare't"

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-....... JJFA"MIIX \. '' PERSONAL ..."{ ..:.......-".....- ....5rIt R $i t FOR.SALE"t ,1 I; ,FOR SALE. .1
GARAGE SALE; II 'WANTED SERVICES TRUCKS
building ".behind.TpchN USED NEWSPAPER. SINGER APHENA '.2000: GARDEN TILLERS On* SHP ,j
lox F"I.1I:5A'I': .' from 1 1s 1C) RN'S-FULL tlME Oft PART CHAIN LINK MNCtl Instoll-, if so SUZUKI ssoii T r ALUMINUM J PtATESi 24 xJ2Sf Sln".r'Machin.. belt-driven tiller with rev

s qJfiW'J.,B 71 x/23 4tpG11R d TIME W. :provide competitive ed. Free estimates. Handy. (aqua-blue), 4300 ml. Excellent :Mot :y acflK;: BradfordCounty Does 'ev..yltlngautomatlcalry. pied opprox. 15 hrs. Cenrol -
l salaries you Man Fence Co. 964-8539. condition,: windshield ..Telegraph, Reg $800 ( .A/C ((2 ton comp) used ruliIJc
1 q t, B.1rRAF.SALE J' : )? I provide loving care. Call TFpd. 681.rVPEWMITER. highway pega-....sl y-. 9646305.. tfn Balance $292 (or: $15 ; Central heating (2 ton arREALTY
T ;u'f'& \-/-t04-'frl. May I IoicJ 1J 5 Starke 9646220. TFNchg. REPAIR Call bar and cu.tom'lt canvai t, TRUCK .TOPPERS. $19, IN. p/mth.) Free home trial comp.)-used. Call (!
r 5ot.vMqy. 16, ((9 tilk I 5/14. the Office Shop. 110 W. cover. Assume paymenti* STALLEDI') Has full vision Call 64 1.6931. 5/14 3tpd 9648191. Itpd 5/14. );;
clQ! )., pl ) a 'nevy -qu8tspcp.rbadcs LIVE-IN FEMALE COMPAI Call St.. Starke, for details, of $102. per month door and opening side window 5/21. LIKE NEW 17' G.E
(books). WII I NIONi for elderly 964.5764.n. 473-3885.. Jtpd 5/14.,: *. 0,.. year warranty TAPPAN. MICROWAVE Refrigerator No frost 3 4 '
t ....2 "of 1 J-. Sd! soddle..complete g.ntl.man (In excellent GLASS CUT TO ORDERi 175 Beasley' Bargains OVEN-NEW I Never used. $300. Excellent condition I 1' .....
f j.s f. bed condition). Room ft board Doors, windows, etc. Call HONDA C1340t.$600. '...047304'21.'tfncl.lll.1211.NURSE.V Left In lay-away.' Balance! Western Auto 964-6S41. PHONE 964-7776
ChgiT, ._ couch" ,. clothing, furnished with salary JACKSON BUILDING SUPP 964-5273 after 6 p.nl'S14 ; STOCK Shade and due $277.00 or $17.50 per Itchg 5/14. CICILIA
0011.;. craft books, T.V. Write Rt. 1 I. Box 622 Lak. LY 964-6078. Orders also 2tchg 5/31. flowering trees; mth. Call 6416931. 5/14 PURE BRED REGISTERED TEftwiiifcGA 205 N. Temple Starker I.
M'o.ig'al'.Rood: :; (233)/ ). Butler FL 32054 or callr taken In Lake Butler 'evergreens; hedge plants; 2tpd 5/21 ANGUS BULL! 3 yr old. ., "
Phone 964-5357. Look 964.7454 after' 5 p.m. 5/7 496-3079 and Keystone WANTEDGOOD azaleas 18" > 24' gal. FLA. LIMOSINE ASSN.-SALIi Phone 964.8356
slgnsl'ltpd 5/14. 3tchg 5/21. Heights 473-4973. 2/26 can,$1.50 each; camellia May 16 1 p.m. at 5/14. TFNC"g'l :.
YARD'SALE: Fri.::ft Sot. 10-5., FULL TIME PREFER MALI tfn./ 'In' bud'and bloom, palms; Southeast Livestock AIR CONDITIONER I _
Some' furniture.( 414 W, with knowl.dg. of hard- NEW AND USED WATER PRICES PAID for usei fruit. tree*--peach, nectarine Pavilion In Ocala, Flo. 94 BTU's: 13' Stumpknocker .. ...
Washington Si.-l Itpd 5/14, ward. No phon. calls, CONDITIONERS Sale and mobile home If mortgage persimmon pear, Lots selling. Sale Chair 7'HI" Merc, Malco 250
YARD SAlEs\ Fri ft Sot please. Apply In person Service. Call for free wot.r is I 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'S plum; oppl.,fig: blueberry man. Geo. Adams. Trail Bike., ; 5332802. Itchg
So m.thingfor, .v.ryon. only. Acme Hardware 301 analysis" and Information MOBILE HOME SALES. plants; citrus, : hanging 17823758. Itpd 5/14. 5/14.
Some cpUectlble and antique East Call St. ((830-530: : 9645673. 3/12 tfn. 964-5606.! Open 7 days basket and potted house LIMOUSINE DISPERSAL at REPOSSESSED Singer 900.
.bottles.! ft"magazines.Griff p.m.) Itchg S/13. BAKER LP GAS INC. Family weekly. TFchg plants. Get these now. George Adams Ranch One of Singer' top
is Loop. look for sign) RN OR LPN NEEDED 3-11 or owned and operated. We WANTED Mobile home axles O.C. CARNES NURSERY 23 15th St. In Lawtey Fl. June models. Originally' sold for
964-8398. Itpd 5/14 11-7 shift (with differential strive to give better prices and tlr... Will pick up. ml. SE of Starke on Hwy t, at 1 p.m. ee Lots.Call for over $5OO Pay off balance
YARD SALE Fri. ft Sat., May r pay). Part time or full time. and services. Phone gas OLIN'S MOBILE HOME 100 Florahome. Phone catalog 712.3751. Lunch on due $141 20 cash or
15 &'16. From 9 til 1. 250)I Phone 2845606.! Gr..n plant 2596812. Lawtey SALES 9645606. Open 7 '659-2169.: Closed on Mon Sol. Day. George and assume payments of BRADFORD VILLAS. Starke Flo.
Westmoreland. Baby and I I Cove springs Geriatric 7823349. 5/7 4lpd 5/28. days a week. TFchg day. 2/12 tfnchg. Mildred Adams. 5/14 4tpd $13.90 per month. White A desirable' different lifestyle. Price start at $33.4001
women clothes, vanity r Center. 5/7 2tchg 5/14. LONELY NEW SINGLES WANTED Used tools, both NEW CARPET NEW ft USED '/04. Sewing and Appliance *
and chair; ;,toys and more. IIVE IN HOUSEKEEPER MAGt Stamp-address mechanic and carpenter Furniture ft Appliance 12 x 50 2 BR TRAILER excellent Center Archer Square, .
Acres bioutllut rolling land In the booker area 2
Look for signs llchg 5/14. NEEDED Duties light envelope for free Info. Box Phon. 964-8331 or. Plumb. fixtures and pipe. condition unfur Gainesville, phone r60.U .
Bedroom frame home needs has well
YARD SALE Fri. ft Sat.. May 1 housework assist with 880.J6)( ), Boynton FL 0468.1551.9111 tnchg BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 nished. $4700. Phone 376-44665/14 Itchg repairs pump
lS'fi; 16. 8 a.m.: tit?' car. of Invalid Call 33435. 5/14 2tpd 5/21. WANTED Mobile Home Ax South 9646679. 2/5 964.8226. 5/14 2tpd 5/21. REPOSSESSED TV Console and septic tank priced for Immed/o'e sale 92000.
Lownmower, couches, 468.2063. 5/7 2lcd 5/14. SAVE I LOWER YOUR UTILITY I... Paying the best price TFNchg STEREOPHONIC ORGAN model 25" color under * * *
stereo organ TV, tools,' BILLIIIColl Ed Ripplinger for good condition axle. tIGISriRED QUARTER with 'rhythm records"; warranty. Pay balance due LAKE BROOKLYN Adorable' 3 Bit I Beth Beard Barren
furniture and lots of misc. PERSONALSERVICES today to Insulate or 964.8331. 9/11 tnchg HORSES Race horses, great condition! Perfect/ $187.30 cash or payment ol home with Jtlrcnen, living area screened parch 4 deck
WANT TO BUY used for adults and $18.66 month. White Beautiful' Lake CHAA W/W
2 mi. east on SR-16 to NE relnsulate your home. Fora brood more with fold by youngsterstoo. per overlooking Brooklyn
)13tK St. Follow signs. Itpd i free estimate dial typewriter and adding side, riding horse. All well Comes with Instruction Sewing and Appliance carpet $41,800 Own. tin. $34,500 12% for IS years .
5/14. 964.8059. 1 tcha 5/14. machine Must be In bred. Phone 468-1576 after book. $250.00 Phone Center, Archer Square, mo. pay. $414.06. Hurry
YARD SALES Sat. May 1 ld COOL SEAL FOR TRAILER working condition. 7:00: p.m.9 tfn.IIMEROCK 9645471. tfn 4/23. Gainesville, phone * * *
2nd driveway behind Pest', TOPS materials 8 labor CARS 964.5764, tfn 2/12. : 20 yd. semi COUCH ft LOVES EAT. 376-4466 5/14 Itchg Large brick ham with appro 2000 sq. H. ol CHJA

Control on North Water St. furnished. 7500. TRUCKS A GOOD BANJO t'LAYERs to loads only. ALLEN E. SWIVEL ROCKER and circulating MICROWAVE OVEN 12x20 carport 913 utility, 67 sloop 2 full baths 4
Swimming caps, "hoes,, 4311827. 4/16 Ifn.BILL'S give me lesson. ,1 to 2 TAYLOR. Lawtey. Phone heater Heats 5 Assume payments ol bedrooms, .lteh.n I'amlly room with fireplace carpeted
wigs, dishes. glasses, SAW SHOP Complete 1974 DODGE MOTORHOME. lesson per week. Call 782-3172.04/23 tfchg. rooms together with a 100 $13.07 per month or pay LRft DR pored drive way, fenced $45,009. with assum-
Luzler cosmetics, tape sharpening service, cir 964-7924. Itpd 5/14. HIDING LAWN MOWERAlsorefrigerators gal. tank. Inquire at 1210 balance due of $249.00 mable mortgage.
j cular hand carbide. Phone 9648807. 04/3004tpc for sale. Bradford St. or call cash. Under warranty'
shirts ft pant., etc. Ya'Icome 5/21. SEWING MACHINE Best * * *
I sod S/11. chain mower blade hollow offer. 9647357. 5/7 3tchg 964-6137 after 5 p.m.Before White Sewing and Appliance
1953 GMC TRUCK Restored OPERATORS Experiencedsewing Lovely' large, antique brick home situated.. a beautifully
ground and balanced.Leave 5/21. ( 5 p.m. phone Center ArcherSquare.
6 cyl.. standard transmis machine' landscaped acre In Con..'" flto'.,. A quill, securelifestyle
at Jackson Building FOUR AIR CONDITIONERS 964-6280 ext. 200)) 5/14 Gainesville,
HELPWANTED operator Must be able to yet near ell convenlences-a beautiful/ flame wills
lion 3850. Will consider
376.66.5I4 1
Supply In Starke, Keystone work 4V4 day 40 hr. 200 amp.' 964-7184. 5/7 Itchg. phone ItchgMISCELLANEOUS !
Heights Lake Butler part In trade. Phone SOFA $35.00. CHEST OF everything
or tfnch.
week.
Apply in 7
TFchg 964 8503 after 4 p.m. 4/30 person DRAWERS $4000 single tt * *
.:30 Starke Uniform 10 HP BIDING MOWER ft
tchg 5/21. bookcase bed 10 acres near Geldhead Stale Park some limber -
NURSING HOME needs full- ALCOHOLICS ANONY Manufacturing 441 E. GARDEN TRACTOR Complete (complete)
time LPN or RN nurse for MOOS: 72 SUZUKI '74 Rebuilt Brownlee with attachments $35.00. Phone 473-4508. power pate' running creek Ideal' fiemeslle $16,995
St. Itchg 5/14. FREE DOC ft CATS 2 male
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4 12 shift Call 96ot-6220. Phone 964.5143 or 9647619. engine seats. Phone king A 9648791.queen NEED APARTMENT OR SM. disc turnplow. cultivator atrailer 5/14 Itpd (black).six' mth. old pups; 3 with ouumm."', mortgage ttO.239 @IOmo. pay.
10/9 InchgBRADFORD TFchg Phone 9645751. FREE GERMAN SHEPHERD (119.19.
HOUSE Nice middleagedlady. male yellow tomcat, 1
5/14.
VIDEO needs DEWING MACHINES Itchg Partly furnished Itpd 514.SMALL PUPPIES. 3/4 German female black cat; 2 male * * *
sdles reps for summer REPAIRED. All makes 1972 DODGE PICKUPi Good (kitchen; air ft heat). Call HAMMERMIU Shepherd 3 male, 1 tiger-striped kittens and I City lot with small frame home fneeds some repair
"'P".h.. Commission and cleaned oiled and adjusted running condition. $600. 9645412. Itchg 5/14. $100.00'E.O.. Carver Ph. female $10.00 ea. female (tiger striped). $7600. cash.
bdnus. Must be able to SI5 Work Phone 473-3375. Itchg 815.311Hilliard.. Itpd 964-8057 oft.r 6 p.m and Phone 964-5922. Itchg * * *
wbrk 5-6 days per week guaranteed. James 5/14. 5/14. weekends. Itchg 5/14. 5/14. Valuable' property en 301 adjacenta Continental
afternoon and evenings Strickland corner Morgan f.. Telephone Inquire about details.
2J9.2820. Oranae Park. Rd. and Hwy 16. TFcho
C e e e e e e f x w
.j Our finest commercial property(across From Holiday Inn).

PROFESSIONAL TREE SERVICE... Full Time 200' en 301 with 1.61 acres. Use your Imagination I Terms.
y' All Types Insured Remodeling StaffYES * * *
Forest Heights ffd. I6VV appro IS acres or 30 lots

fi FREE Call Thomas ESTIMATES D. Menial '- Affordable Homes recognizes $41,500. * * *
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i'4Se-3T38 Late Butler r 1320 E. Scoring 1700 sq. ft. home 3 BR I'.4B. nice lot.

... .". che,needs.ofthe. ;present home. owners i -- * * *
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r Conorly Estates Two pretty ene acre 'lots

-WellDriHjnig MOBILE HOME WMoney DoWtiup, 1'O * * *
INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS years financing. 4 B*. 28 large brick home at the Country Club situatedon

1.75 ecrss, fenced back yard.

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rlity B'r POLICIES EXPAND YOUR HOME If Lo42 Sampled take Shores has'light' polo and Septic tank

Fast Rotary ATREASONABLE and a Hoi Humtrailer I $16,700. V.ry belt fishing' !

Drilling Equipment RATES ImproVIng Costs Less Than * * *

: - - r Moving 3.85 nice acres on 301 N for SI9.WO. Highly dotlrablol
.OT...ATE........LICENSED..... .. -
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Mobile
"' Olin's JQUALITY WORK Mint condition home 2244 sq. ft. CH*A close' to schools 41thopplng.

.{ I Home Sales I err Have to ....
_. .Enhance your home and Increase'' I
FREE QUOTES 1 * * *
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I its value with ,
t. j. Phone 964.5606 I =. :- __.. improvements j r Best 'located motel In town 24 unltl S169.000 with
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4 : aine M. Olin Agent '1 e Enet'gyFSficfenlstores' window* inatallejii 964-5533 S5J.OOO down balance financed at low 'law Interest
: ; e Add anew room for growing family IIe I rates.
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VACUUM J ; i .A4 Add. deck or screened: porch -.1. Developers dream near Hampton 40 acres plenty el
; u. limber roads J40.000 with $15.COO down owner will

r..SALE NE USED Call TODAY for your individual-estimate i.r .i.--;: :_ carry mortgage at*12***..* * *

V l etin nc. our own. JL Washington Springs Restaurant and 2 lets. S 18.100

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& &'.,o-d"' C -{ .. J (, *4.S acres really secluded-nlct trees St.000.
.40 acres Lowtey area $.000-Owner linance.

p.r: :: !9n5<"! r' '"LPttNII 4REKAS "- '' := Build That: Double; Garage ... now New modern CB store 301 Lawtey 52000. Owner lin.
OVERS Beautiful Besient Rd. lat133'd50'.
.'- P' N'II, "'. I -b :. : *5 acres appro. 9 miles west of Starke-St. Rd. 100.
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-94770 VKI11| t : .lot on E. Call St. Cell for details.

iSUPPLYiremple ,,1, SEARS n-> 1 : ; ; : 2-Windows' *7 1-acre late, Brownlee Rd. $..000/A. 20'. dawn/12.

1A',fl I i 'I' ', I t, *eOe W. Adklns-House ft 50' 100' lot $1].SOO.
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1T,7., ;,J lVII J all makes.'M .. L '...,. .. ':- !,; I" r Eastwood Dr. 3 BR 2 B. panel carpet 32900.
:: ; : : ,1111' : .t s I .. 1.-. .Call St. commercial 100' x 190' Owner fin $'.900.
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jli': .: YOUNG'S .t" I. *S.5 acres near P.byt.Church hospital-make off.,.
.: Slnc.1t57 1 : > MITE.: : it ,...,.'-.." -.,' S2' 5 .20 acres. Rd. 100 W 27990. Owner financed.

Ave. : r. r .1 *43 Ac. Lawtey area formerly' "10'.Skin lodge 40000.
e'f:1: ..U1.:1: 964-6918 I _., *4.78 Acres Rd. 230A ft Wilson Rd. $11,700.
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"_." ." .,.,....,..c...._._. n.n'. I I 3.miles north of :.. : '. to 3.DAY CONSTRUCTION .Country Club lot 110'( 383'-nice location/ -$10.000.
.. .Busy Call ft Water St. lot 235'( 86 Owner II... $19.800.
64-7061
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t yJWen lh8f 1 Pemaam0: .7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. an Rd. Ut Owner fin

$500 mo. Income four, turn .nlals-Call 8 Bay 55000.
Wi arolina Mnts. Realtor Aisaclotes Alter
stern< North Hours
Wayne E. Douglas Broker-Suleiman 94.6S93Byren
Hundreds, of Opportunities T.wlll'gar.9U.717' Martha Dorko-782-3397
Kitchen'
Complete "Remodeling .
Marlene Roberts 964 4505 Cerrl lennon-496-3140

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Choice, small acreage'priced; ,from! .., ', ,. \ '.. .,. .

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