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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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,"c';" agencies met Monday at the next 30 to 45 days, according to infor- meeting were told it was "a highly
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..t"t Gainesville office of Environmental mation disclosed at Monday's sensitive matter" and were denied.
",, J 4'v Sciences and Engineering (ESE) to meeting. The hearings will likely be ESE engineers have studied similar
; .c'. .!\ M': be briefed on proposed methods of held at a location near the site in question mining operations in Finland where
,.,I,, I : mining the 5,527-acre Ssanta Fe possibly Waldo or Starke, burning peat for fuel is a common
"t" ',,> > Swamp for peat to be dried and used although no time or place has yet nractice. As outlined Monday the pro-
\0., .. for fuel. been designated. :edure under consideration here is
'Z LL41uL ESE, the firm engaged to make a Officials of Georgia-Pacific, who patterned after the Finland operations -
J feasibility study on the mining opera- were not represented at the Monday and would involve working the
tion for Georgia-Pacific Corp., recent meeting,plan to meet soon-possibly swamp in strips of land approximately -
+ purchasers of the swamp, Is now next wewek with the editorial one mile long by 1,000 feet wide.
'C"f.t; :; t L J 4tt engaged in developing the DRI boards of newspapers in the affectedarea. The strips would be grubbed

j.. ..... ,.;.Eli:: : +,:k .. I II Old McDonald's Got Nothing on the Jones... (Development of Regional Impact) (removing all trees and vegetation)
...' "C I.... : I statement which must be reviewedand Attending the Monday meetingwere and a series of parallel ditches dug
,..'" '. -. .....- .,......'. .I Horse, that his name, who lives on the Gar-Mar Farms of Earl Jones approved by the state and Brad- representatives of DER throughout the length, from one to
gets a visit from the kids at St.Mark's Pre-School at St.Mark's Episcopal ford County before permits for min- (Department of Environmental two feet deep, in order to dry out the
Church In Starke. ing can be issued. Regulation), the Suwannee River
rrtr q Monica Nichols, Melissa Randolph, (Harry Hatcher. Dena Griffls, Wendy It is expected that the DRI will be Water Management District the peat.Motorized equipment would then be
Thornton Tract Crawford. Nichole Baldrer.'and Jamey Saunders completed during the first quarter of North Florida Regional Planning used to remove the top six inches
back tn camera, feed the hayburner. 1982, and no later than March. Public Council,and the Florida Game&Fish (more or less) of peat and convert it
hearings on the proposed mining Commission. Several property into rolls about 3 or 4 inches in
Stephanie Sellers, at left, climbs fence to get a hotter look at the horseson operation will be held at the State and owners on Santa Fe Lake who re- diameter. The cylinder-shaped rolls
the Jones Farm just two miles from Starke on the Raiford Head. Ever would then be left on the ground for
think that town kids don't often get a chance to climb a fence? additional drying. After a two or three
Gareth Jones got to give all 30 kids a ride on Horse. Riders are Nichole: week period when the moisture con-
Baldree, Justin Jones, Jamey Saundors. ,Council Delays Action tent has been reduced to about 30 per-
cent, other equipment would be usedto
The children got a hayride In a flatbed wagon pulled by a tractor.They lift and move the cylinders for the
rode out to the Hold to feed the cows the hay off the wa on. The kids saw final operation cutting it into pellets
pigs sat in the seat of a big tractor, saw a big turtle in a pond and. ate a. for burning.It .
9r. picnic lunch in the Jones' yard. OIL Apartment Project was reported Monday that peat In
h the swamp ranges.from zero at theedgtti.

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No action was taken Tuesday night, Minutes l of the Planning and Zoning Suggested alternate uses' for the
'i.. May 19, by the City Commission con- Board were presented to the city com- mined-out area were: 1)) Agriculturaluses
. cerning the zoning change of the Bes- mission for approval, but when 2) Timber reforestation 3)
Sent: Road apartment project.A Mayor Schaefer asked for a motion no Establishment of a lakepondingarea.
'.... recommendation by the Starke response was made by the commis- .
-r. Planning and Zoning Board last week sioners. Georgia-Pacific is also interested in

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Controversy over proposed
''' : . Powell estate to be zoned project
7r ,. property surfaced in March when a local north of Palatka. These pilot projectsare

? \, 1... ''to.':.'!'' '-" :>l .:. BusinessProfessional.Strong opposition to. the reclassification realtor Bill Powell, applied to the being strongly opposed by
4 .: :. :.:.,.::. :, ; .: zoning and planning board for a portion residents of Interlachen and otherareas
that would allow $1 million
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... apartment complex was raised last Harold Hill of the Santa
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,"." a ,34 .',1.1'; :I week by area residents near the proposed Fe Lake Dwellers Association, said
''. '.J"" "'...\ ./"'-\\. '"!:, '..,"' ',.. apartment complex. City attorney George Pierce has yesterday that "Any alteration of the
''''711'' ,;" Prior to the Tuesday meeting, given two opinions since the BP Santa Fe Swamp from its present
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Mayor-Commissioner question was con- state would be totally unacceptableand
fftro11J'; ;.,.. h- _.. .. ': '. Schaefer stated that a decision on the cerning the Powell estate property. would be detrimental to both Big
:; .-.- proposed :3S-unit apartment house Area residents questioned the possible and Little Santa Fe Lakes and the en-
L complex had been put off until the conflict of intrest with the city at- tire Santa Fe River and Suwannee
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: ) June 16 meeting of the City Commission torney being involved as he is also the River basin." Hill said his group is
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with Suwannee River Water Manage

Commissioners Delay Vote on Controversial 301-S Concrete PlantIn Department ment District to the of Division in Natural preparation of Resources State of Lands a proposal to


control requirements and recommendations of was to grant or deny the special exception place the swamp on the state's priority -
a surprise action, the Board of neighborhood. They departed quietly joint meeting of representatives list for purchase under the endangered -
County Commissioners Monday night for the proposed industrial after their fifth turnout in a series of each group would be held to chart a permitting the concrete plant.At lands act.
delayed voting on the three-month-old project. meetings on the complicated permit- better line of communications. More its May 5 meeting this board voted A staff member in the office of
concrete plant application pending Jesse Wolbert attorney for Ronnie ting process which began last than a month has lapsed since that 3-2 to uphold the Zoning Board's Commissioner of Agriculture Doyle
receipt of additional informationfrom Newman Steve Cardin, and Scott February.In time however, and no further steps recommendation to deny the special Conner told The Telegraph Wednesday -
DER (Department of En- Whitehead,at 3:38 p.m. Monday,filed April, the Commissioners in- have been taken to iron out the dif exception. that at the is not
vironmental Regulation) concerning his clients' notice of appeal from the dicated favorable feelings toward the ficulties. Another reason for postponing the the, list of present 27 swamp lo be
Board of Adjustment's decision denying concrete plant when it rejected, by 4-1 The Zoning Board reiterated its matter Monday night was the absenceof on considered for priority projects this
a special exception for the concrete the initial Chairman Norman and the feelingof purchase year.
vote negative recommendation disapproval of the special exceptionby SRWMG to have its proposal
plans
plant. The Commissioners have from the County Zoning Board. voting in April for another adverse other board members that the full
ij11; m otun Grier.e!: 30 days from May 19 to review the appeal Their action brought a "What's goingon recommendation, this time to the Commission( should be present when for purchase ready 15. to submit to the
before making a decision.A ?" response from Zoning Board Board of Adjustment, whose duty it the final vole is taken.Heavenly agency by July
date will be set by the County Chairman Don Rardon who said it
Commission for a special night was the third time, in as many mon- r
f:. (t meeting in order that all persons ths, that the Commission had revers- traj Cable TV
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desiring to be heard may attend. The ed Zoning Board recommendations. I
'; :3.irJdef meeting will be advertised as soon as The Commission laid part of the
'I'' ;: the date is set by Commission Chair blame on a lack of communications InstallationUnder
I. : man E.L. (Nook) Norman who did not between the two boards, saying they
-" .1"-- attend the Monday night session due had not been informed of the Zoning
;; to illness in his family.A Board's reasons for a negative
: large crowd of residents from the recommendation. As a step toward WayInstallation
Deerwood and Lincoln City residen- better understanding between the two )'I a "
tial areas appeared Monday night boards it was mutually agreed that a. of cable television lines
;, L" with new petitions protesting the con- has started in Starke by Clay Video
crete operation which they allege will Mayor Charles Schaefer told the city
be a nuisance and a health hazard commission
Bloodmobile Tuesday night May 19.
L' FRIDAY.BMS .MAY 12 from the standpoint of noise, dust, Clay Video has promised that 40
and will
PTO MEETING and increased truck traffic, percent of the City of Starke will be
7:30 p.m.-BMS Gym depreciate property values in the' Here hooked up to the cable service by July
TodayThe 1.

JAnl.RD Y. MAY 23 Channels from Jacksonville and
ANNUAL SHRINE PARADE Civitan Regional Bloodmobilewill Gainesville will be available to local
AND CHICKEN DINNER .OUTSIDE..... be at the Chamber of Commerce, customers plus the sports network
Parade-1'I 00 a.m. MORE OF THE SAME!I That corner of Walnut and Madison ESPN (Entertainment and Sports
Bradford Square is what the weatherman Streets in Starke today (Thursday Programming Network which
predicts. May,21) from 9:30: a.m. toS: features rountf the clock
Dinner- 11-4 p..,,. No chance of rain before the p.m.A sports).
Starke Elementary Cafeteria weekend. The record 66 persons donated bloodat Channel 17 in Atlanta which features
Forestry Division
M.QNDAY.MAliL"MEMORIALDAY the bloodmobile's March visit. Atlanta Braves baseball and Atlanta
pleads with the be
public to very
Previous high was 59 pints back .in Hawks basketball games.
careful not to do unauthorized
any -
These offices will be closed: ,,burning. Due to the drought January. Home Box Office t movies) and Ted
Chamber Executive Bill Wilson is Turner's 24-hour
news service
Community plus
BC Courthouse. Hibiscus!
they '
emergency are not authoriz-
Florida Banks City Hill II.: Fortune ing burning of kind. hoping at least 60 donors will give other channels will be offered on an
any blood today.' ,,1II1IC't' mother "? Not. Nloiher." basis.
Federal. Post Office-no deliveries' ) Everybody a they recogni/c- 'lIat'li .Alv: a optional
and all Schools., ; '- The 641 pints of blood donated in ;Fact comedy lo bo staged al a dinner-thcalre at the Slurki. Woman's ('Iubta: ,' Clay Video, a subsidiary of
.... .. .r... March Included IS from Hercules 43 mid June :H-. ,, Seaboard Coast Line Railroad which
TALLY RALLY INSIDE........ Inca and 12 from National Guard-, )jKulh Itrddick t'x.tll..r, Hm sons Don\it't'l; and diaries Hall..In fotniWlirr* also owns the Florida Times-Union
BEA and CCCO Members I Two Sections amen. TheiGuardsmen'! got started guru In I ho McvoiKl aft,called llrtfriupltiMi. <>f the Johnl'atrirkplay ztirectedby purchased the cable-TV franchise last
'Will be at State Capitollntallahasseefram "', SECTION At when a Camp Blanding employee 'I'khard' H'kel. .. ,.. fall with approval of the City Commi.s-
'' News.ui..i' *..+...,Pages IA-3A needed blood; Wilson hopes' .the Mil. the first act culled Seniority. Carolyn ('all'''. \Pays 1t.'t'al'ollllllllll"'Ini ; l -., sion. The fIrm said last fall It would
'U:30 to 1;30 p.m.! | ", Edltorlat.c'.,...<.J..J..Page 4A Guardsmen will keep it up, a 2.Vy ear-old son, firmer Howard!,'who fulls in lnvrariiUkrlvliiiTexan. have 40 percent of the city hooked up
,to!. / I Society.. ,.... .Pages SA-7A410A be donated' 'ac Josh Sullierlaixl. -, *''.'. .".< r'q iK ?- :> by July 1 and the. entire city on line by
Blood to
TUESDAY.MAY20STARKEPLANNINOi'.. vrrt1: '>; .,;.* Real Estate a Legll..........t.14A count:The can Chamber however.any has an'- >I>tlmlsiu. the third ad. stars Paulino'Tanner us I lie uiolherwbn is coiitinttlo ))0 March 1982.
'', 'ht SperHtivJsPage 11&12A,14&"A ; llnnrr, ('hrill11111111 i is the d.muliler and wile and ..liH'krfpl4v' tlttrhiixhanibic 'f Mayor Schaefer,appointed'.Utility
'account to in the
ZONING BOARD MEETING' :1' ,.J' SECTION.Bt): > 'I .Individuals available any person I (Dinner' Mill bo 'served at R p.m. Miowlimo is It "p.m. Tickets arc *iW,> J '7:30 P.M,..? 'r ... )LUiab.e..i. LAi, '; Bf .($..... .. ...,. ,.... .Pag.'I.' 'the county Chamber account crediting eligible blood to to' ''rr"C"d' !* phono. iMMHIIfi.. !MU-Ilr.: >. 1MK17I2.monU : or 1IIt1-73l.1.: ;alai; 8 handle any eroblems.,citizens may
.." '; .I'J'I>>?, ob!>>./.'''.k>'H Page SB1.12B.it I'use blood in the account are: ". '.' ton'sof'chitkcn' : :,!,(',"a 8RADFORDCOUNTJ .' 911,', Correspondence. ... .. ..Page tB al sserl.! f<\ jdi* ;3 Cable TV. .. ; )
Toning Board > ,"wV . etln f-7Jp.ni.: '' School Newt., .,...Page 11B additional information._. : eta each act. q ,* ,?,,? .i. received, the mayor{ said,
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I 11(jj: !,J h ; Terri Fairish' in r'h.-\,1\ A tI"f'i.Q8." !L ..
I.t ,f I tl' 'I .:. ';, Lynn Inteive t .
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; : Lion Parrish home. The 1979 2:30 a.m. Friday
< :,'j Terri .Parrish 19, is In the was driving sooth 01 Starke when M104 i
left for three miles
surgical infcmfve care unit at Mercury sedan veered to the '' hterW''M& ,
,, left the' Miss>farfish'Is the dal* ,
1 Alachua General Hospital in no apparent reason, ) pavement : River;"
New
'ftiT 8rN ra4 4. Gainesville following an automobile traveled 300 feet from' the and Mrs. 'J.TP'arrlsh of and
with Cheryl
and overturned, throwing She has been residing
ry accident which left her with multiple highway Bradford
head and back Injuries. Miss Parrlsh. from the car. Roy Jackson on SR>18 in '

Miss Parrish is in a stable to improving The one car accident occurred at County :
condition her father said

l I Wednesday morning. City Rock Throwing Problem Solved''' I

windows in eight local..
breaking of
R.v. Kn Weaver 17-year-old juvenile has been ar- Sheriff Don Den-
1 ,k'u r '1 ested and charges were in process of announce Tuesday afternoon I
Ordained Sunday Ming filed Wednesday against a ton .

Rev. Ken Weaver was Ordained asa /oung man now in the Army, for the late.

Minister of the Gospel on Sunday
evening by the Northwest Baptist Hampton Youth, 16 Charged with ArsonA I

Church of Gainesville. 16-year-old Hampton youth has cond fire in Hampton earlier this
\.al }'"1M .t- '""T'" .1": .A A reception was held following the been charged with the May 4 burningof year according to Deputy Sheriff Don

service. Mrs. Weaver will be the old Hampton school and a se Denton I
Receives Award...
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('onlni. Charles Schaeffer Vernon Silcox. remembered as the former Gayle _.. ,.
blayor- presented the Outstanding Crosby, Shriner U.S. Mulllns. Comm. Hatcher, daughter of Col. and Mrs. -. -- .
/ Community Service Award to the Starke Shrine Club Khriner Richard Cunningham Mayor-Contm. Charles Hatcher Jr. CHRISTLUTHERAN
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Harry
Tuesday 1111thl. Schaeffer and accepting the award Shrine Club President

HI are Shrlners Kayne Batt" lall. Commissioner Jimmy Maxie Carter Jr.

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. $350 Raised by Were for Tiffnney Charged R/W Violation in MishapAn PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS Castor Glen Schmlege 473-2419


The Bradford County Timber- of cystic fibrosis. Tiffaney is the elderly Starke man was charged 1':1.3: Bedroom Apt. Church Service 10:30: am
wolves CB Club raised $350 for two- daughter of Robert and Deborah Nor- with violation of right of way after his Front AlSO to #:27S1S3O
year-old Tiffany Norman$200 in an man of Lawtey. car was involved with another car In
Aunt Jemima pancake breakfast Sun- an automobile accident on SR-i 50 1St Lion's Club
day morning, May 10, at the Archie Tanner Funeral Home feet south of Colley Road in Starke at :: : W. HadUoiFb Keystone

fairgrounds plus $150 was donated. donated tables and chairs and First 1:59: p.m. Monday Jan. 12. 14.a1_ .... 964-6313: *Sundav School and Bible school Resumed 9 am
The money will go toward medical Baptist Church of Starke donated Karol Zacek 78, Starke was not injured LENDER

expor s 's for the child who is a victim tables for the breakfast. .

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A middle sChool cafeteria suddenly how he proposed to build a 20 by-40'
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Monday night. May 18, when Supt. present dining area at the middle r I 1 ,
Tom Casey Jumped on the problem- school. "
plagued addition for,which Board The alteration will leave a'2,700 to'. .1'.f
Member Patricia Spengler has cam- 3,000 square foot dining area, Casey
paigned Cot six years. r I, t6Pt
"Would you like me to dance on the said.Principal Dewey McKinney said he ushr .h
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table?" asked Mrs. Spengler just had worked on the plans with architect -
before the board voted 4-0 to take up Salley, and has no problemswith
Supt. Casey's proposal to use day them. ,
labor to build an outside wall for a 20 i'a r
by 40 foot kitchen and storage area. "I feel" the thing could be boar
Casey said some water and electrical easily, Supt. Casey told the
sources Casey said he will probably use Silas
are already present in the
middle school and Jenkins to build the block wall. M.
most of the kit rqt
chen equipment is already owned by Casey proposal on the BMS I''
the school system and is in the vo-tech cafeteria came at a time when the
center where the food is now school board has been unable to come
prepared. to a decision on how to spend next
Board member Rodney Hall's motion year's allocation of state construction
gave Supt. Casey authorization to monies, some $245,000. State monies
spend up to $12,000 on the exterior cannot be used on a cafeteria until all
wall needed. Casey said he will use classroom space needed in the county i
school labor to build the concrete is provided.The .
block wall. Board member Arthur board's priority list calls for
Gaskins seconded.Hall's motion. additional classroom space needs at } S
"Amen, Amen said Mrs. Spengler Hampton Elementary, the next project 4 '+ _- -, ?_ ? '
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after the vote. Board member J.T. on the list; Starke Elementary, .. 1.1 __
Parrish was absent due to the critical and Southside Elementary.
condition of his daughter who was in Casey wants to use the$24 ,OOO to be Wins Bike..... $:::<(.LM: Hike Hide
an automobile wreck. available July 1 on Hampton Elemen- Dana Whitakvr. daughter of Mr. and 1\11'16. \\hilakiT nf SUrk won .1 new t bkr' 'l I 11,1', Co'>tike "Kiluosis Bike-a-I lion toilette! $:Mi3.25; for(')'!>tlc Kibiosis Saturday.
Using drawings prepared some tary where plans have been to build a that was donated by Western Auto as part of the !Red! '.'HISS U.ilk'lliuii,D.IM.I. I Uiilns. i"lht'ln'u-"lIm I I !: w ere Tina Itiiwcn. Stanley Hamilton. Kclli t'ai\er, liobln '-
time ago by Architect Craig Salley, cafetorium with a kitchen and three with tier niollirr behind' her, worked hard and reeked l $Join; ; (pledges .fur. lie Itcil t I 1':|"|is, Mi.iiiimn Km);. Thomas Sellers, Diew, Datis. Thomas' Sellers,1'bnmrs
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Decision on Dropping JROTC Tabled; Board Split on Programup


THE BRADFORD
Tabled until a special meeting June 59 now. The agreement with the pie became more vocal and forcefulin structional appointments approved! i oimtiendcd< by the Army. COUNTY TELEGRAPH
1 at 7 p,m", the JROTC program at Army says 100 students is ideal. his support of the program Monday recently If the JKOTC program is A $1.'>(1)11)<>:supplement Smith had been Publhhad.vary Thursday
Bradford High refuses to die a quiet But a Gaskins motion to accept the night. Hall said the board should continued next year, it will probably n'l'l'illng for custodial! duties was atlMW.CallStraatStark
death. recommendation of the superintendent honor the agreement with the Army, be With different instructors: withdrawn, : September, as was an ., Florida MOT
With school board member J.T. to drop the program died for lack that if the program is lost it can never Board member Rodney Hall and $//101) supplement for a rifle team
Parrish absent Monday night due to a of a second."I be gotten (back and said more peopleat Chairman Lawson hope they will got roach, Smith has told the board if he Second ClaM paid ot
daughter being critically injured in can't do it," said Chairman J.R. the high school tell him the program support from board member .1) T )is ;I h.' pioblem he will resign if the Stark. pottos. FloridaSub.erlptl.n
an automobile accident, and the other (Jim) Lawson, adding the word that is working than those who saidit Parrish to continue the progra Par- pro iitain| four members apparently split on the program might be discontinued wasn't. rish apparently holds the swing vote :, : in the JROTC program Rats i
whether to continue the program, the probably was a factor in the low Sgt. Edward Hall, the assistant In March, Principal Duncan wrote ,UNI/ 1 nut. parents have been attending In trod $'.00
board approved 4-0 member Arthur enrollment JROTC instructor this school year, letters to Sgt. Hall and Col Smith ,I I UK' M"iool board meeting in sup- $5.00 armor it months par yaar
Gaskins motion to table for two Board member Pat Spengler said agreed with Lawson that word got out stating the JROTC: program was in pr'"i u' lh program, and have pro- *
weeks. the program "serves a lot of fine the program might be dropped and trouble because of low enrollment, it hd.I> :, npi" alive\ this long, Usually, Outtld Irad ar_t$10.00 yaar
Principal Jim Duncan and Supt. young people, but I have a problem hurt. Enrollment in costs more than the school gl'lfr! om MI ''r i ""c p ng ot an academic program $$5.50*month par
Tom Casey again recommended going against the principal of any JROTC was not pushed by BHS the Army, and because there were no \' mil f b II i matter routinely approved
discontinuing theJROTC program,as school." The school board should sup-- schedulers, he said, and there has funds to pay supplements for keepingup ,\ "' ? nool board, if the matter ever
they have all along. Casey urged the port the principal whose responsibility been no enrollment pitch to eighth JROTC equipment and uniforms 'hl board's attention
board to follow Duncan's recommendation it is to run the school, Mrs. graders in the middle school who will u.ou__._
; in Casey's view, it is the prin Spengler said.Veteran be in the ninth grade at BHS next fall.
cipal's responsibility to run the BHS board member Rodney Neither Sgt. Hall nor Col.! John f xd
program as he sees best. Duncan Hall, who got the JROTC program Smith, program director, were
again cited the lack of students signed started under former Supt. Jim Tem- rehired for the 81-82 school year in in- r
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A JVor. : $Merry Meeting .,MiX p I Rep. Frank Williams of Crystal l ...."",........ commissioners dlrec lt.Jt:; and\ not" ,pfo technical change to make an
Lake is juggling one httttwuitpjtfter .through the newspapers. 1 adjustment in boundaries. Williams
\, I. '. :: 'denied the charge, saying the correct
another these days! ; '
'(J jll"iif. //i"tf 'One ''Clly County commissioner1" ,,, information was there for the Duval',

What appears to be a need- sure they were not being by- had waveS'sulxsided ''WIll Sf \1 Chairman Lee Drawdy of Orange delegation to study if they had taken
Scarcely after
ed amendment to the zoning Park, is reportedly a potential contest; time.
passed. his teeter-tottering the brink' .of tant forWtlliams'seat In the House of
code of Bradford County sur- switching parties frohLDemoaratic to Times-Union political editor Hank
Representatives.In
faced Monday night in all the Because of the confusion, Republican than a Williams' appointee Drane devoted a recent column to up-

confusion over whether or not and the fact that additional to the.ClWrmanship| of Clay the meanwhile most of the dust coming legislative reapportionmentand

the matter of the controversial information concerning con- County's Governmental Study Com- m, i has settled following a Tallahassee the possibility that Duval and
trol mission created;a:. storm of,controversy ; News Bureau announcement in April Clay County might be placed in the
concrete special exception regulations was needed and dissension that has not yet -i k that Williams was considering swit- same district. In accordance with the
would be taken up by from DER, the Commission reached its peak., f t ching his party registration from current animosity existing betweenthe
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the County Commission at wisely decided to postpone the '.' t"' 3 Democrat to Republican, a move that two counties, the Clay School

that time.A review until a later date. The controversy enters around the would have put the GOP within one Board and County Commission have

peppery personage? of.,,Jack Mills, vote of taking away the Democrats' adopted resolutions opposing any
considerable number of Such mix-ups are rare, but publisher of the ,,maverick opinion-, two-thirds majority in the House. alliance with Duval.
could in the ublicatlonl"The! : Mills TUrn, based
told they occur again
persons were Monday by
in Middleburg.Thepolitically Williams later admitted that the Drane wrote: "The suspicion here
some courthouse officials and future unless the zoning ordi- matter had crossed his mind, but add- was that Rep. Frank Williams of

several county commis- nances are amended to \provide aspiring Mills was ed, "I'm not( ready to talk about it," Crystal Lake, a slick politician who

sioners, acting in good faith, a certain lapse of time named by Williams last year to chair and had decided against "making the represents Bradford Clay, and nor-

that the matter would not between the filing of a petitionfor the Governmental Study Commis- switch this yearThe 38-year-old thern St. Johns County was instigator
sion,but has been at odds with most of ... -- .... Bradford Countian, now serving his 'of the resolutions."
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date :
come at that time. review and the of the -
up the 17-member group since its organization .- fifth two-year term in the House,added
The actual review itself. Other- last fall.According REP. FRANK WILLIAMSWill that he was keeping open the option Continued Drane: "Williams,
confusion apparently wise petitioner could wait so of switching parties when he perhaps more than anyone else, has
resulted when the petition for to Carol Everts' report He Or Won't He' anti-Jacksonville senti-
late to file that it would be impossible seeks reelection in 1982. helped stir up
review and reversal of the to interested in Monday's Gainesville Sun, all but SWITCH? ment in Clay County to help win reflection -'
Board notify one of the 11 members of the Commis- although other nervous or
of Adjustment's deci- "If you want to be a Republican, ,
parties on either side of the sion attending a May 14 in
meeting advice I ambitious Clay politicians are now
sion run as a Republican was the
to deny the special that those who want him removed as
Green Cove
excep-- Springs voted to ask for second. In the
issue. him close
a
chairman "know got from people I respect, Williams running
tion for the I'm FranWilliams' k
Mills'
concrete removal
plant as chairman. Mills
was counties
said. He later told two Starke councilmen land dispute between the two
not filed in the Clerk of the The Commissioners assured himself did not attend the meeting.AS they're making hand-picked a field day man of,this.and" on city business in several years ago, Williams boasted

Court's office until 3:38 p.m. those turning out for the He added that he is "not going tresign" o Tallahassee, that some liberal long and loud of stealing 190 acres of

Monday, just four hours and meeting Monday night that against reported Mills include by Everts allegations charges that as chairman of the study elements in the Democratic party did land from Duval despite strong

22 minutes before the meeting they would be given sufficient he has conducted himself in a manner group. not reflect the philosophy of his constituents evidence that originally knew neither what was he
would Duval legislators
back home. He said he nor
was to be held. public notice of that has compromised the work the
of "
a special night Everts reported that Williams' appointment leave the Democratic Party unless it in the annexation bill.
meeting that will be held some commission; that he has refused,
of the controversial Mills became "more responsive to concern -
Due to the lateness of the time in June to review the neglected or been unable to direct the was agreed upon by three senators I vatism." It has been rumored also that Mills,
hour and the fact that the at- efforts of the commission in its Williams' has
decision by the Board of Ad- Clay County's legislative delegation. appointee, ambitions to
torney for the cement plant justment.But assigned task of studying the various Williams and George Kirkpatrick, Williams has been involved in a run for the state senate and has been

applicants had informed the that government he has created bodies in Clay County; one of the senators, were not( long-running controversy with the trying to build up an anti-Duval campaign -
resentment, an- available for comment, Everts said. Duval County delegation following his platform by stirring up suspicions
zoning office that he did not in- a lot of people were tagonism, and embarrassment for
Sen. Dick of Land Grab" of 1978 that Duval County might try to
Langley, one the three so-called "Great ,
tend
to file the notice of unnecessarily inconveniencedby members of the study group; and that endorsers, told The Sun, "....since the when he offered an innocent- take Bradford County under its wing
review until Tuesday, court attending a non-meeting he has undermined the work of at majority of the group is dissatisfiedwith appearing amendment to a bill that in redistricting, as well as Clay. Mills

house officials concluded that Monday night, when they had least one committee named by him. Mills as chairman and has taken wound up annexing 194 acres of Duval has alerted Bradford courthouse of-

the matter would not be already attended five Mills is quoted as saying that he action, I am committed to replacing County land to Clay County. ficials to this so-called threat in re-
considers last him." Duval legislators said Williams cent months, though so far no one has
brought up Monday night and previous meetings on the Thursday's action
the study group to be "pure politics/' misrepresented the matter as a sim- taken his cries of "wolf" seriously.
so informed interested same issue since February.
property noting that a small group within the Sen. Pete Skinner of Lake City, the
owners who called in to Naturally they were puzzled, study commission has wanted him fourth endorser, said he would confer

find out if the matter was and justifiably, concerningwhat removed as chairman ever since the with Williams about the resolutionand '

coming up or not. After the was going on. first meeting. would honor "whatever" position
Williams takes. He indicated County Agents By
3:38: filing of
course, there A simple amendment to the Everts asked Mills if he knew he willingness to meet with the commis- ,
was not sufficient time to code was to be named chairman of the sion members next month.In BobbyTaylor -
zoning might forestall
notify everyone and a large group and he replied, "Well before Notebook # .
future SNAFUs in
contingent of property owners a procedurethat the law (establishing the commis- the meantime, the Clay County phone:964-e't80Extension209 '

from Deerwood and Lincoln is already complicated sion) was passed.." Commission has frozen the study !>>!>> ..
City in enough. oup's funds because of the continu-
appeared order to be
Asked whether Williams had told ing controversy. Commissioner Hank

him he would be chairman as much as Bruning of Lake Geneva, the only
six months before the members were member to vote against freezing Would you believe that Strawber- gallons of water. Spray twice weekly,
'INSECURITY''Let
SOCIAL appointed, Mills would neither con funds requested study commission ries are still being harvested com- one quart of solution per plant.I .

I firm nor deny the allegation. In a members to let their feelings and mercially in two or three fields this I
later conversation( he commented. comments be known to the county week?. This is the latest harvest we have had a few calls about

Them Eat JeUybeaTUi'T'T ,, ,,, ...... ... have had in a number of years, and is '., blossom drop 'or\ tomatoes, .
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1.tMr.. Reagan's proposal for ward to early retirement based h td, !b'':IIIIHT'I"\'WhJIJ"ilil: ,; ,,,1'1' l'gfl> : Pf! <<1PeSibkfhgWjw\ nitrogen fertilizer, too'much' SHSdCbf;

brutal cutting of Social Security on the amount of money By Mark Fries have been irrigating their berries over watering. You can't control the
II IN BRADFORD regularly for several weeks. Others weather, but alter fer-
benefits next year for they had contributed to the: COUNTy you can your
per-
did not continue to water, and plants tilizer or watering program.Letters. .
sons who retire before age 65 system. began to burn and quit producing.Dry .
has drawn an explosion of

opposition in and out of Con- Everytime Mr. Reagan proposes What About Those Cold-Damtgnell Thee? conditions and the need for

gress that makes something distasteful to water on strawberries this year has .... .
its chancesof
Americans he ducks behind generated interest in trickle (or drip) .
passage questionable.In the "mandate" smokescreen, As far as trees are concerned, last Other trees showing freeze damagein irrigation under the plastic. We hopeto I 1'
his election winter was a ro.- one. Trees that this area include Eucalyptus, Cam- have some demonstrations and STARVE OUR CHILDREN: :
claiming last
fact, it appears that Mr. were living in its area for many phor, Australian Pine, Norfolk Island several acres irrigated this way next STARVE OUR NATION '
Reagan need November was a "mandate"from years the freezing Pine, and Silk Oak. Some of these year. We will be Keeping records of '11. 'q-M\
might an extra the people to foul up the dead palm trees will recover, but smaller costs and production to determine the An open letter to members, of Cant,
shipment of jellybeans from environment with unbridled trees stand in our specimens of most of these types may feasibility on a commercial scale in gress and the Reagon Administna-nq

California if he is able to industrial development yards. SUfferelm of trees were surrender to the damage no matter our area. tion: i i .1, 'i--nip

sweet talk this one through the snatch free school lunches ; are even what care is given. d ,.11 i> 'ii.i iijij"! ;-'Vil I '. .IIIIIq..oll 9r11
Senate and House. out cases our hardiest Speaking t 'dt f tfdrtik r 1 In.ciltUng! LQ tlchfollunchprog; ?IU uAt
of the hands of under- trees Avoiding freeze damage to land- crops and hveStx4( W(eVhUw1nt tigfitf! 3 t and chilalIUU.tion| ; prograrot.iyou( ,are.6n.

nourished children; stop need- scape and ornamental trees is dif- of extreme stress. q AnoLher w ek/or/ JfO.l;j i really hurting the future of Arrujwa.\ ih
Consider the reaction in St. ed student loans and hundredsof Now warm Is here, and ficult. Smaller specimens can be without rain will mean crops; failure Today's."children are ,the,< futuK;

Petersburg, the haven of other that have many homeo wondering covered for protection, but larger and costly shortages of feed supplied! : leaders ;ol; t thfy},' cduntry'| :!{:> ,Ver,twveMchildren
programs what to do wit! trees. ones cannot. The best advice in this disaster fjere.IJ1"h dC i CounfjjthajixwouW ,
many retirees to whom social We are not in a situation yet, : |
security checks mean the difference fulfilled basic needs. ler regard is to consider towsituation but our situation is becoming critical.. f not be in school ll/ll, i ut( was: !\,WJiftp, OS:
Palm trees the most af- before planting. We are in a unique I.. the free,: lunch; program.' 'If .'I'Jdm'm
between life with But even Mr. Reagan would fected. The of damage biological area on the border bet- Our gardens are still looking good I I'o
dignity, and life in poverty. not dare say that he had a depends upon: location, ween temperate and subtropicalzones. because most of them have beeif ir- IF 'YOU1CHILDREN ST(iR1lErren t I I

After the Reagan proposalswere mandate from the people to and brownie may appear on- A lot of trees that do well 100 rigated. Cicanlbers'squash, beans / ,q,Yj, r UllcijA; V. r'ill,

unveiled last week, tamper with social ly as a very tips of the miles to the south have a hard time and several other vegetables! at'e.how COUNT1i'V".-'I' [iill'm '. ''I. JT1 f> ''H'' If rtlo"\1
security fronds ,
or I This damage is surviving here. Likewise, many being harvested and "I
Social Security offices were system, half of which the slight and will >t substantially affect plants which thrive to the north of us enjayed.i, Commodities are a big help in cutting

flooded with calls from the workers had paid for with the health of tree-no action is do not do well in this part of the stateV InsaotKiiarnd 'diseases! [' gardens' the cost,of the school:' lunch Plate t
elderly who suddenly saw deductions from their own needed from ner other than the have lobfl*. J' ''. cost. 11'you cut the :rtjd al'fXirtdSfor"(' r: '"'
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their monthly "security" wages. usual care an' intenance. Select trees for landscaping using'these ., ersertudskofllrthisyeai'PHowever a'problenW :'c'C1 ", the school lunch' pro6r''arh[' yau'1 tg n.o.t:"Ml
facts. Mail-order plants front 4J #riy..t.tm61.Be-olt"the' lookout only'l1urtlng.A\11erica'S'\ baclbon.; of) ,
checks '
threatened with ( ') ?III t I.
It's a poor mandate that More severe damage to palms involves great distances away will) probably:, ., forldam 1 'Jal\f wart'' conlroi'pro n'Ithe f ar hurting ,the I
becoming "insecurity"checks. the deadening of the entire not do as well as I, employdes'pf the fdod service' '
doesn't work both What plants grown locally, gram early. IIOor1\ --.rtl !sort): [
Those nearing retire- about the mandate ways. crown. New green fronds appearing and trees and shrubs grown in this )r> O Jdi!; '(h'.m'. '4Moat I r gran !''YoU will also be causlhg motet, ,
ment age rushed to the SS offices Americans now may have brown tips from where area should be more adapted than >ri 1'1 .ntnsects'< a'n<|i diseases ofri'' ,,' unemployment' more welfare, and': ,' '
and hastily filed for have registered in nationwide they were exposed to freezing those raised in south Florida. Also vegetables)can toe'bonlroUediwWh'a'' '' '' more food.stamps." ,.
polls indicating temperatures. Any frond showing consider the benefits of "fllll:!'
strong approval native trees general dust
purpose epray or appliedat '
benefits, hoping to get under of more stringent green or living tissue should be left on and shrubs; these are the ones growing five to seven''dhy'intlrvalsr'Thespray PIE'sse'ltlnsider/ not cutting federal,
the wire before the the tree. The lower fronds funds for the
changeswere that school lunch
are wild in the area. Dogwoods, some or dust should program.
control
handgun legislation? contain
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adopted. completely dead can be cut off near males, poplar, cedars, many types of Mal thioJ1"drB TrOT T vrtfor\'k.Wg,4Jpodservice,employees enjoy
At last report, this particular the trunk, or pulled by hand when oaks and some hickories are but a few insects, and a fungicide like Maneb our job: and are concerned with the 1

Congressmen in both par mandate hadn't yet registeredon they rot and droop downward. Either of the species available. Because Captan, Zineb or Benlate for diseases.No ., welfare! ot,the children in our country.
ties say they have received Mr. Reagan's eardrums. treatment is better than leaving themon these trees are found in native Which>'' hould. come first?

hundreds of phone calls oppos- Apparently, mandates countin that the it tree will,avoid if for no having other to reason than forests, they're also used more extensively matter what pesticide you use, Annie Lee Alvarez I
pick them
the Reagan the White House when by wildlife in this part of the be sure to follow label directions concerning Mgr., BUS Cafeteria
ing plan, mostly only up after a storm, or in the case of state.
from those nearing age 62. they demand something the larger trees, having them fall and waiting rates,and times, methods, I
periods handling
Chief objection to the proposed administration already possibly damage something.By Whatever you decide to do, tions. precau- Baker County Arts

early retirement penaltiesis favors. remember what has happened this ... And Crafts :z
this time of year, however, dead Festival
that workers who year. Inspect the trees you have for There is onVfepndition; in tomatoes Set
plan to be for
palms can recognized as having no May 30th
If the Reagan freeze damage, and if need
proposalspass any and Cucumbers
some that the above
step down at age 62 would get green or living tissue on the entire i
replacing, carefully consider what
Congress Mr. Reaganwill If the of the spray program will not correct. That
plant. top tree can be An Arts
fewer benefits than and
had Crafts
they
tree to it with. Your Festival
replace Is blossom-end rot and it is spon-
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have the opportunity to seen, the bud at the center of the decision a nutri- sored ,
been led to expect by Mr.Reagan's now could make a difference tional disorder calcium. by the Baker County Fine Arts
invOMfkig
make history with crown will be dead, and all the leaves Council i
campaign promisenot along em- every time a' cold winter comes Too little available calcium, too littleor will, be held in downtown
will be and
brittle.
press Marie Antionette who dry If it hasn't around. Contact foresterfor Macclenny Saturday May 30, from
your county too much water and pruning favor
with the
to tamper Social when told the starving masses begun to recover now chances are it more information about trees and its development.This 8:30: a.m. to 3:30: p.m. i

Security system. Now he proposes were crying for bread during never will, and should be replaced winter damage.. .,,;, Proceeds of the day's activities will 3
that early retirees S go for exterior restoration of the old
be i
can corrected to
some
the French Revolution .
55 shrug-,, !i Baker County Courthouse, now being :
receive only percent of and ] degree by spraying the plant with a used I
ged "Let as a
replied, them"- library
solution of four !
their full benefits, as compared tablespoons of All
artisans and
eat cake. ; : craftsmen are encouraged
calcium choloride mixed
with three.Coverec1Dfs'h'Supper
with the 80 percent now 'f" I1: j { .., 'MIMIIR to participate in the
being paid at age 12. So it's In Mr. Reagan's case it H(' .' "'r(;1". ...DFO"D to i' ,'.', Festival, and prior arrangements

back to the drawing boards would be, "Let them eat jelly ', \ r. I 1. should be made by the exhibitor for ::

for those who had looked for- beans! .. ;., ilegraP4 ) At KLPOA: ,Ciylc Center and providing protection his or from her own bad display table
Members the weather.The i
.;, :W>It of, Kingsley Lake Property fee for exhibitors
l' .ill will be $5 for
:. ''":. 1Al'l: ESTAItlSHED 1179 ., ,,_. ., Owners Association ands work, and $7 for craft art x!
items.
Display
: ;ift guests will enjoy 4:covered supper -: > ;;
: tlJ dish
SOIO.UIGUSON-JONNMMILLIRiublsb.r.; ...-.:,, '.. \.. at the civiccenter set-ups will be on a first come, first :i
Friday; May 'served basis
I .fi4 22, at t A starting at 8 a.m.
a
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J,,_ occasion wijl be the burning of the clude day will in- ;:
hMLId.LM 1U.nd.rud Nn.r./ooe.N/ F MO musical performances and art
M rr.A.1...._A.dw1.1 I \I '''. : : ', ; mortgage oi .th\ .center! building, purchased displays by schools, an art raffle and

...,.."......-.yl-J". .0, ,Strlcldand.f'thrpa;jre t, ago from F, w' various historic displays. j
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The longest bridge In'the world is th. Ven.uno'Narrows rI1.N.w.lse k.4an'n.,.r r.wt/t. .. NibrL.lw" e,.Is/x.Lw." Clay County oIfi 1als'' and their Baker participants, County should contact the ;

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Miss Janice Saucer and
--- '--- David Baldwin Wed 24
'Jn ; .' :n"r-JO.--! :; April
New offltfis! installed at May Breakfast. : l-r- Mrs. Mar- District Officer, Mrs,MV..II) Thomson, out cohlfpr..s'crl'nt", '
I Ilia Dot'k<>, Mrs. J.W. Cliiffin. Mrs! .. .11.. Brown, Mrs. Mrs. L.T. Young. The bride's table was covered witha Following a
Douglas Manly, i Mis. \ wedding trip to St.
J.U. Warren. !\h.t.II.E. Sdllerrielcl .
1 1 lace cloth and centered with a wed- Augustine the couple are living at the
.. ding cake decorated with pink and Bob Little Trailer Park in Lake
green roses, topped with a bride and Butler.
Woman-of-the-Year Award and h Installation groom and flanked by an arrangement The couple are both graduates of

I of roses. Essie Thagard and Bradford High School. The bride
Jane Gay cut the cake. graduated in 1979. The
groom
Highlight Woman's Club May Breakfast r Ginger Crews and Mrs. Steve Gay graduated in 1980 and is manager of
, presided at the punch bowl, encircled Cargo Gas Station in Lake Butler

with ivy and roses, at a table covered .. .. .. . .. . . .
Mrs. J. D. Warren was installed Restoration; placed on the Honor % with a lace cloth.
president of the Starke Woman's Clubat Roll; and Endowment Fund. Certificates 1 r I Assisting in serving and caring for
the annual May Breakfast held of appreciation went to Vin- the guests were Mrs. David Mon- Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison attended
Saturday, May 16 at the club house. cent Spengler, Man of the Year; Bill tgomery, Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn, Mrs. the graduation of their grandson,
Mrs. H. E. Satterfield of Jackson 0 Wilson, Untiring efforts during the George Stieh, Mrs. John Griffin, Mrs. Tom Harrison from the Baptist
ville, district director, installed the 1 Sd club year; and Eugene Matthews, for Herb Herres, Mrs. R.G. Paterson, Theological Seminary in New Orleans
following officers to serve with Mrs. his "tremendous support". 1 I Mrs. L.V Hardin and Mrs. William on Saturday morning.
Warren: first vice-president, Mrs. L Woman of the Year award went to I Edwards.
T. Young; second vice-president, Mrs. H. C Ritch for her untiring ef- -
Mrs. A. J. Barry; third vice forts toward the club during the year.
president, Mrs. Lester Rudd; fourth i Mrs. L. A. Canova was presented a
vice-president, Mrs. Douglas Hardy; 7 l lI+ C.I.P. Award (Community Improve- I I'
recording secretary, Mrs. F. H. I ment Program).
Brown; corresponding secretary, The program was turned over to Mr. and Mrs. David BaldwinOn
Mrs. J. W. Griffin; treasurer, Mrs. Mrs. L. A. Canova who introduced

Martha Dorko.Arrangements. William H. Floyd, Minister of Music April 24 at 8 p.m. Miss Janice GREEN IDAHO BAKING BELL
of summer flowers from the First Baptist Church, who Marie Saucer, daughter of Mrs.
were used at points of Interest in the presented the senior Bell Choir, who Leona Saucer, and David Lee CABBAGE POTATOES .PEPPERS5r
club room and a long arrangement of gave 5 selections on bells. Bell Baldwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. DouglasL.
the same flowers centered the Ringers were: Linda Thomas, Joni Baldwin, all of Starke were unitedin 10 Lb LB 490 /
speaker's table. The dining tables Hughes, Joan Chitty, Martha McGee, marriage at the First Presbyterian
throughout the room were centered ;:'; Don Hardy, Karen Chitty, Becky Church, Starke, with Rev. Cliff H. VlDAUA
with multi-colored tissue chrysan- Patray, Judy Goodowns, Bob Milner McLeod, Jr., performing the nuptials.The LETTUCE y ) ONIONS RADISHES
themums. A focal point was the Vo'T' and Mike Woodfin. To conclude the altar was highlighted with two ..->
garden gazebo placed near the stage. i music program the ladies of the Bell tall baskets of beautiful multicoloredroses 490.... 390 Lb e OZ BAG 100
Ivy covered the lattice work, interspersed -- Choir sang the Club Collect. This against a background of
with white daisies, yellow musical setting in three part harmony greenery accentuated with white "
sunflowers and pink mums. Suspended Mis.ll.C.KilchClub was composed by Mrs. Canova, rosebuds. CUCUMBERki.TOMATOES BANANAS
from one side of the gazebo was a Woman of the Year directed by Don Hardy and dedicatedto Joey Herres and Susan Edwards '

white swing with the ropes entwined Guy of Gainesville, daughter of one of Mrs. Thomson, club president.In presented a program of nuptial 5/$1DD/ @r 39 Lb. 3 Lbs./S1/
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with ivy and daisies. From the centerof the past presidents, the late Mrs. A. Z. closing, Mrs. Warren presentedMrs. music. ."
the gazebo was a bird cage Adkins, was also recognized. Thomson a gift of appreciation Stuart Strickland served as best BUTTER8EANS Jlf GRAPES
centered with a white love bird and Stacey Denmark, president of the from the club for her untiring efforts man. POTATOES

large red flowers. Garden palms, Little Women's Club and Mrs. R. L. and contribution to the club duringthe Jane Saucer Crew, sister of the ,51.29 Lb.
ferns, tropical corn plants and other Hall, past president of the Junior past years. bride, served as honor attendant. She LB 53
exotic tropical plants were used In Woman's Club, gave reports of their The luncheon was catered by the wore a ivory chiffon gown with bodice LB 200)
and around the gazebo to create a club's activities during the year. members of the Junior Woman's Club accents of maroon. She carried a bou-
garden atmosphere. Mrs. Satterfield presented the club and served by members of the Little quet of spring colored roses. "" CANTALOUPES SQUISHI90

Outgoing president Mrs. W. H. with five certificate of merits: Women's Club. The bride, given in marriage by her
Thomson presided at the luncheon Energy Division-Category 2, third Mrs. Warren reappointed Mrs. J. brother, Terry Saucer, wore a floor -, Retail St Wholesale
"' meeting and asked Mrs. J. W.Grtflin place; Best overall music division- M. Blackshear as publicity chairmanfor length, white flowing polyester gown EACH Prices Le 29

to introduce the past Category II, Division of Performing the coming year. with empire waist, sash, high neck
presidents of the club who were Arts; for the club's donation of $30 and long sleeves with lace at the I Red Delicious
seated at the head table. Mrs. Hazel RED WATERMELONS
toward the FFWC Headquarter'sPlanothon neckline and sleeves. Her illusion veil
Debbie Fay Creamer, was secured to a nylon floral cap and CABBAGE APPLES

Lawrence Cobia Jr., she carried a white bible topped withan

Hospital Auxiliary To Be Married May 13 orchid.A LB 2v e EACH $300 49 Lb.

Holds FinalMeeting Held May 28A reception was held in the church
Debbie Fay Creamer, daughter of Fellowship Hall which was
For Year pianothon will be held Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. James B. Creamer, Sr. highlighted with arrangements of

The Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary'held May 28, continuing from 6:30: to 9:30: of Lawtey, and Joseph Cobia, Jr., som roses. STARKE PRODUCE
; its final of they pm at ,the Starke Woman'sClub" of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cobia, Sr. of The bride and groom, their parents
: meeting under the 'direction of Mrs. L"1'1'J./V.ju Jacksonville were married May 13 in and attendants stood 'aihejcceiving 1601 N. Temple Next to Kentucky Fried Chicken
M; r, Monday, night. May, L8v ..at.theiiWgs.fln "" J I J

The( annual Stoer Stoak Houuet!! Jrlgin":;! -and del- I Canova.IIJ.-re....wl'l.' e,al ) tnut/ .. mlrr..4'e. Folkston The formed, G a.issCrea-mergraduted ...::-J # "'J'i'" \111. t y t thebrid.s.bGb' a.gi irty, I. Ii I On, ?!:n $.a.m... ._ tit!"9 P.m'r ..? t tr

included in the treasurers the end of each hour to give the au- 1975 from Bradford High School.
report
dience time to come or During the Jackson-
go. The couple is residing in
was:, total projects for 1980-81, - -- --- --- --- .......-.....
will be -- -
intermissions, refreshments ville .where she works for Southeast -- -- -- - - -
for
the of
$8,664.38 purchase a TV for
served by the Woman's Club. Toyota and he works for Worldwide
the refinished furniture
the
lobby, in
Piano teachers will be
participating Motors in Jacksonville.
lobby, purchased a movie projectorfor Miss Louise Stern, Mrs. Debbie Wood-
the six beds and
hospital
hospital fin Mrs. Canova and Joey Hcrres.
gave a monetary gift to the children's SALVEn
The pianothon will be for the benefitof
ward of the .
hospital.The
the Community Projects sponsoredby The Reed JonesTo
Auxiliary voted to change the ..,,' ,
the Woman's Club. Celebrate25th r i )11 I r>
April Installation of Officers meeting
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The students are soliciting sponsorships i.Hl IO1
to be included in the 'Annual
May at $1.00 each,'but thervublic is AnniversaryMr. :.nsoe: till m
Reports committee meeting. invited to attend with $1.00 admissionat and Mrs. Reed Jones of Starke ,IIH. 'i{ SBOt'llB'
was appointed by the the door. will celebrate their 25th wedding an- 'en1' ni blUM bns
prebident'.i'\ Doris Overstreet, to request -
from the new administration of niversary at a reception on Sunday, 9'I'N 19n'! 10nV9
May 31, between the hours 2 and 5 9'18 ,19rlJ
AUlllfl the hospital ry1tG'ifl'Shop., a' larger The room: *' lrbi for'fterp the l HR'P!1.4 J! bfP't rs p.m., given by their children at the !ilb'lsri 1.10 111
Mrs. '),Lbns
and EmployeesAppreciationDoywith home of their daughter, Wayne
na ihelE' rlYI'Nellie McGee Linda "
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John/1/\ 'I9rlsrn9brow
Mdubv! btreet, : Picnict (CR-225, 2 miles east of SR-100)) r n s ,
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MewthEIrshf CtAi'hSaqBerri'! regp'by" ; The Bradford County\ Hospital cam No invitations are being sent but all ,977 b9 Glnlb1n
staled'tnere' are''"!?''active members; pus was the setting for an,.Employees friends and relatives are invited to at-
Appreciation Day as part cif National tend between the party hours. >
20( gditbWirflg'.M h'oriorary?and 10 life:' j
members in the"Auxiliary.: We'a Hospital Week when a picnic was held No gifts, please. foam 9d1 IS19gcrosb
10 1nnoila
ceR new n1ennnhers{ this year. on |the grounds Saturday. q tuO -It ,
Ise ul r sega1s9g
yb M tee,, dairnlan', ice Food,was set up on(tables l under a .tv
Steal sYe !1A dtheshophqu5q'ure, largetentand! table' placed onithe:,. I ".0. ) ( srr9dl ,
; Clara Johnson t(1 agit 1'
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from U'OO: a m. to 8:00p.m.: and urg- grouAd,ror,dNragg'' jc\ t... *< hn I i jamdh td'fI
t' I ':fJ.1.:: !' "r '" ." ,'\" I I,1, Th gomPn'bMnffj'SfWJsm'Snwi/ j 1 I Ct p rjwSt1To I:rllc:: II nnaladual've
; 'b g >i 1.' affair for the cmplujf I! (
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Wed June 20
[''h yjirel; IfeVponsible; }to getsom ;! show 1hRirpppregiafiotlril'be& /Un1men'fel .1
t ko, replace; : 'th: ;, ,j I )I ,>,W',thaitaplsaueavokedofd: ,rs MJIL,1 r-'iltJrstteet ,anptiunccdflalvln) food andcleanedItwpoa= : godl ,'I9V9WoH I nouN e the engagement and ap-
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June ,4 will be the l"st'.ExCu\jye91IJ 1; Games., horseslroe.ll.mMotieo1h1 llu91d 1 I pro91 lhing: marrige of their daughter, 1. '. .If
Boardl"ceting until 'September,2jn\am-; \ -]I frisbquand good Food Weaejrjnllddo 1 I Clara:' to Glen DeSue, son of Ms. "I, 'I': I ..11' Da Try

Mrw',,j,,S4ndra O'Bnant-Johnsrtn ;I during the afternoon.liso I cnsi Jurutha DeSue of Starke. ., 1171k (f\I't i I,"P Queen .
chairman the Scholarship Fund,' Among the approximately 250 at- The'' wedding will be held at !) .)('", :' 't II II.
announced that we have a recipient, :n I tending between the hours 11 aim.AndVI Philadelphia Baptist Church, Satur- ; :....,9'II. I. ',., ,. 'I', r t 1 1i
for( a full-time scholarship beginningin 3 p. MNwe! 'She medical 1I1affd1datct.9'J day, June 20, at 4 p.m. '.liHurld I'I. +.rA t

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", "'tGai\ ''tfSNfand, : Dolphus' 9.i9n! So.rPjtY'.41'ff: ( rate Rick HondrsonCalebrcrtes Third


Ma of Upion Primj,jl i E9Ptlst! 50/fi ''Anniversary: r r x Hrc Birthday

Henderson of
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11 lt. the SmokeyBear Park in Gainesville for
t day golden anniversary of Beta Sigma I
Craw s ey' Phi April 28, when Starke and theIr son Rick on his third birthday.
Dolphus Barton, son 0 Keystone chapters celebrated Twelve youngsters from Rick'sclass
late ,Isaa ne (Slick) Barto I Founder's Day with dinner and proGram joined in the festivities. All are.
Mac re united In marrll A at the Western Steer Steak students at Smokey Bear preschool.The :

:!p 9,at 8:00: youngsters enjoyed
FMid child received
I"c! tist shuf Fifty years ago in the state of Kan- refreshments and each
lRev. 1Q! P'.f. sas a man named Walter Roes had a party sacks filled with goodies.
ueiq:! ()f..ttJ\1 'Q M. t. I i'A, dream of a social and culture They were assisted by the teacher,
ILtI duiigipl JI1hiiI" jlrfiony. t :' organization for women, that Mrs. Barbara Hurt. Beverly Cray

were two candelabras wjthibasketjs pf represents Life,Learning arid Friend 11II\.1: .. .r. L ./ ,> :1 Judy Nalflach and grandparent Raiford AnilWesley
daisies,glads a'hd'cKMpppins r iashades, ship. Today the Beta Sigma Phi is an Horace Henderson of
h of naVy. baby-blue'and White. T>.o, Int rnatlo organization with 12,000 New officers are l-r: Cherl Cox Connie Best Brenda Slade !Marie Wynn Linda and Nettie Griffin of Hampton.
candles burned highlighting the chapters all over the world.At Bowen and Diane Hodge. .

altar. r I Fiad'1!+'wn o rY,I' rr the meeting April 21, Ronda
Wedding musIc was rendered 6y : Crawford and Ella Hall received their Randy Newland accepts
It" Mrs, Broderick Crawford ''Mr. and 'j4 Ritual of Jewels to become new headmaster
-ql Mrs Donnie Crawford Joined in sing- members. positionLake
tiM t ing a duet. "4 New Officers installed were Cherie Butler Middle School principal January
of Given in marriage by herbrother. ; Connie Best vice- Randy Newland former Starke
,rtbt Douglas Crawford (due* >tjb her president; Brenda Slade, extension resident has accepted the position of
father's illness), the bride'wore; a Ir officer; Marie Wynn recording headmaster at a prestigious private ihtm/( u : Clearance I IUnl
911ia l white embroidered organza' gown I secretary; Linda Bowen, correspon-- school in Palatka and he and his fami-
o over satin with a stand-up collar., The '. ding secretary; Diane Hodge, ly will be moving during the summer.
ebodice was trimmed with 'appliques 1 treasurer. Newland said he has accepted the (\

\" which flowed around the waist onto ...... .......... .. ........ headmaster position at Briarwood J'p. Sale
the front of the skirt and around the School a non-denominational private '
,,If.I skirt which terminated into a train. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tilley visited her school in Palatka, beginning July 1. J'vJ1t: w Q
R The long sleeves were embroidered sister Mrs. Agnes Heath in Fort He said the school for students in >> :.o5p r In May
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rr3V> organza with ruffles at the wrists. She Lauderdale last week. Mrs. Heath grades kindergarten thru 12 is a col- ;
wore a white veil with an embroidered } returned with the Tilleys to make her lege preparatory school for average
headpiece trimmed with f home here. and above average students. Briar. I
gG appliques. The bride carried a bouquet wood with approximately 220 May 6th 30th
of silk navy white and baby-blue students, is fully accrediated by the
ttV roses with a light blue streamer. Capt. and Mrs. Richard Coar of Secondary Association of Collegesand
88! The maid of honor was Miss Debbie Atlanta were Sunday dinner guests of Schools. Admission is by en-

-no, Gann. She wore a navy blue Mi. and !Mrs Dolphus Barton Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Moran at trance exam said Newland."I 10% 90% off
is sleeveless gown with a light blue Kingsley Lake. am quite excited about the opportunity -
The bride is a graduate of Bradford I
1g short sleeve Jacket printed with said__ Newlarui._
flowers which tied in the front. She High School. She is presently
-11If carried a basket of flowers'in navy, employed with Pantry Pride ir St. Edwards Church Hall On Selective Items I
B light blue and lily-of-the valley. Starke. The groom is a graduate ol ,
School and is
Andy Bryan, friend of the groom, Baker County High
Union Correc- BINGOEvery
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employed
01. served as best man'' presently
1ovrt A reception was held in the tional Institute in Raiford. I
fellowship hall, immediately following Following a wedding trip to St. Saturday '7:30 P.M. Ask about credit toward non-sale items i
';.0 the ceremony. The tables were Augustine Beach, the couple is 411 N. Temple Ave.. Starke Fla. ,
covered with light''blue flounces with residing at Kingsley Lake.

btV 1 white candles lace sat in overlay each window cloths. of White the AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE YOU'RE GOING TO LIKE ECKERD'S GREAT OUTDOOR

trs reception hall. The bride's table was
lit centered with a two-tiered'wedding
no ftake, featuring a miniature bride and
fi" grtram on top. The ,cake was
decorated with light blue roses white
e. daisies and small dark blue flowers.
11') The top layer was the shape of a heart 'IjHI
4n and on top of-lhe bottom layer stood
two white angels. Mrs. James K. j )
Smith cousin of the bride, and Mrs.
Randal Crawford sister-in-Iaw.of the -
I bride cut and'served the cake. _____ f

with The a chocolate grOOm's': table-was cake.w tlrtwo; centered bowls :: _Th I ] _

r of mints and two silver*triy)*of finger
:7 sandwiches on each 'side}: I ball and
r chain sat on one end of thetaQle. Miss

Debbie Martin, cousin < Cut and served the cafcd.i,.vt-jX: i
Punch was served,from'two crystal

punch bowls encircled with. greenery .
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and flowers. Twosijyef; trays of .. ,
finger sandwiches also'sat the
on ; I
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table. The table was centered with a III It ,
bouquet of yellow'and white daisies o : P.U.8AqEt: : ,i i'c"
and carnations. Presiding. at the "''11' .
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An" arrangement o7 ilark'olue,
yellow and white flowers were placed
i beside the bride's book where the usrsup + 'iw
bride's cousin Miss Penny Crawford

greeted the guests. Little Miss -.--------
Shauna and Andrea Crawford 'a
cousins! of the bride passed out the
traditional rice bags. Mrs. James K. \ ,. '0
Smith directed the -
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With fluoride Price reflects 25 off Analgesic tablets for headache& FINAL 89 Fragrant deodorant bar. Price
Antoinette Stefanelli, Chairman of reSrrong& household Alkaline power cells for photo
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the Nominating Committee label Limit 1 fever. Limit 1 COST 'flects 8' oft label Limit 2 towels Limit 2 .,' equipment, radios *,more.

presented the following slate'of officers -
who were unanimously re- / -

elected to serve the 1981.1982 term in ,,arJ501t 3i i.t.: .. ......
the Altar President
{ Society: CarlIT
Ashline Vice-President MAYBELLINE.,. ECKERO v
; RuthMeng; CONTAC TRAVEL
K Secretary Jane Bawek; and CAPSULES i" GREAT LASHMASCARA MEN'SorLADIES' t TWIST OUT J 1
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installation / Silt 129I' t 'REEIIE'LL., 39 t YOUR 3/-100 i ..* I P.9 '*_. 'i e. ,!
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Plans also made for visit j .
were a to
{ Plastic containers' ov ei 58clotn }
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i, the residents at the Volunteers of gestant Limit 1 EJUllds.thlckenS'. colors toiletry Items. Limit 3 .s'ra' Fler nleplaskclrays 1.1
S curls Limit 1
epsevbraLoryhand
i 1. America Home. It was decided to Ke

.fl honor parishioners who are High .
9i i School Graduates on May 31. 0
v Mrs. Ashline gave a report of accomplishments WETONES KORDITE : BLUEPOLYSEALANTK
T of the Altar Society 0 TRASH BAGS AC SIB '' 9bSSGRf@OSPONGES- C83
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A report of the recent St. Augustine DIETCAPSULES CHOICE YOUR QO X11 X99 l-i-F 1"i, paste or liquid
Diocesan Council of Catholic Women COQ PACK OF 70 $ .
9C "'M
;: I ... ...OO Sara700' 4.
Convention held in Jacksonville wasII ,. -J99 an. 8912hourappehtesup ..1.3. ''v L' (f J. "
also given. PlKtd '_ Piced. Choice ol 8. -gal.heavy Massagelegsasyou o -
Kathy Pernini volunteered ta have () .:a:-":\. Pre-moistened disposable : duty load trash or 20. 8-gal. II walk Adiustabie strap j 5"1-. // 00
,r altar care during May. pressant Limit 1 .. cloths in pop-up wastepaper bags. Limit 1 Rtf Your / J.
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refreshments were served by Anne .
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Samons and Mrs. Stefanelli. ..
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Miss Dea Moredock and Buddy conditioner shampooor by Jhen "--" ...... P'lCed.18medwmhtted.Redding lenses Latest fashion styles mostsurfacesrnseconds., L

Paterson whose marriage will.be an Limit 2 Limit 1 box.
9\event of June 27. were honored WIh, a
cookout on Thursday evening.given/ .
n by Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Casey. Mr.Yand; I '

Mrs. George Winkler and Col.! and CHAPSTICK CLAIROL -...... A
Mrs. Harry! Hatcher Jr;.,,at th -"come CONDITION :
i>f the latter 911 East,CaU; $lreet. ,./ I SUNBLOCK 15 SHAMPOO '.
i; Card tables were, covered I pirn" a I LIP BALM,. 11-OUNCf .. !
bandana print tablecloth and napkins 015.01"PN.al.I. ""'
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b and a bud ,vase! wjtb.a.ro A was, the ;.SMe..:,:..;.2/9;;J "TYPES ......... GietteSwivel I
centerpiece for .eacftsiajb v okhe Protectsl hps'from sun s Protein enriched form
patio.; .Hanging .haske.-f( ;and.hfluse I rays'Etmlt 2 uta Limit I .

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d'; boutot1ni te clll nl their chosen! Mu ht\ .' / ISOPROPYL SHAVERS .. ..HAIRSPRAY : BUTANE LIGHTERS
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Mr. and Mrs. H.G. Paterson Mr. and OXO'M c rOd W U.OUMCI .Ra. 0" i. .

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11> naz UBradford High School class of at a bridal shower Thursday -11'r
Land'Mrs. ; : '
pi PS \(,, 20 year reunion ,1, Mf tybrfgetfe.' Dvis of May 19giv' by ffts..S..e. Lobetfand" &1 '
161m_"d'a)!'", June 20,'beginning with a ;,: ,.lam ton 4nhounci;' ;fM ,engagement Mrs! Yvonne Pa&ttateif" at,'lli{
i-treat/ brunch at Western Steer )land approaching, marriage ,of their; '
home of "latter
,y.ubdj : ho : 'from 9:30: a.m. to 11 a.m. C..' 'i iIt daughter Virginia Lee; to Thomas' Heights. .the. of, Keystone,, :
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tI'4 rxilk"; .. .. Starke and I Bradley of corsage .
.iriner-dance Virginia thehonoree.f -
)r1 "t\ at 8 p.m. at the Starke F' \','" n :'I h t?:_
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oliitolf and Country Club. \ Hampton. The
refreshment table
covered
he Was
Yl'( '"l "embers who have not made reser- ;Y I ,t 4..';L1 *''f"t The couple will be married June Sat with a white ''flowered cloth. The
/altdna, please contact Margaret : 7 p.m. at the home of the bride'sparents. center of
:" the table was accented witha
ai-rtx! ; r<> $las yal. Rt. 1. Box 326, t .iff fresh spring arrangement of yellow
',. Brooker, Fl 32622, phone 904-485-1218. All friends and relatives are invitedto '
"'''t .. and white daisies.:Fresh strawberrycake
*,i6c" Anne Miller Rt. 3, Box 1877, attend. and punch was served along Officers attending the DKG luncheon were (l-r- Mrs. Kathryn Epperson of

hJ' i,"' Advanced; 9648602. .," ....... .. ........ .. .. ...... with nuts and mints to the side. Lake Butler. Muriel Norman, a state officer Gerry Adams State President and
: registration is required '! .,; Three games were played and en- Mrs. Lucille Payne chapter president.
olJH4t arid must be in by June 1. :;,....,..". '''-- .."'P.:. Did You Know....'..... .. joyed during the party hours by the 13
guests. Delta Kappa Gamma Hold Founder's Day Luncheon 11II

,"" Virginia Davis Robert Jones of Brownlee\ road Among 'the guests' were Miss gave tribute to the twelve Texas
underwent surgery last week in the Charlene Beam and Mrs. E.E. Thorn- Alpha Nu Chapter of Delta Kappa educators who organized Delta Kappa -
ton, sister and aunt of the honoree. Gamma Society held its Founder'sDay
Lake City VA Hospital. Gamma. Today there are 150,000
': Miss Beam was given china, kitchen luncheon on Saturday, May 9, at members. They had the faith to
,, towels and glasses from her the Western Steer Steakhouse in education. The
to
f' "OC' '"' > """, '" y : RM2 Vincent St. John returned believe in women in
I ji r I 'A'l 't after hostesses as a memento of the occa- Starke. Florida organization was establishedin
Iceland Wednesday
!fD.r! ; JMlJ D I II Y\ Keflavik.
tables
I; \... : spending two weeks with his father, sion. The were beautifully 1935. Presently the crowded state
; .. Richard St John. decorated with red roses, daisies and quarters located in Gainesville has
I holders
pansies red napkins and .
I ti: ODiS iE' ', ,,. ',' place cards, red and gold programsand prompted a fund for new quarters.Mrs.

\, .. ",. '.I'[.",." '., \ .,.'.'.,' ,..", ... ,., '.....',1"J, ;I,'\ ", "J.!' -'.' .' .... .." -.. ::' ". .. ",..,, .-.." ".-" ",.,. ,.u ..VI,,,.,.., ,,,.,., .... .. I favors. At one end of the room Believe". Adams. closed with a poem "I
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Ii' l, ; :'"' '1" ".." 'f' '' '' ; I was an the chapter's 1980-81
lg \ \ .I.: :\ 1 '''' '''' 'o """ Alice Frankenberger presented the
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.r '.J11,1\t1'''''B' nCl\1veneer.nOn1f.Brt lY i thi I'' y/ .' ,, .. : .\', f programs yearbook impressive candlelight Founder's
't.\.kjrHI'\. ."' '' '-".'. .'), ,. !'D. 1I- rim .. ...' ,. .J\j.\. JI/"iU"" .g-\"G' 0"1"1) .E. -N..r' .j"" by Sharon Lyons.
,
\ 1,4 brief
;
( ." ; '(; "\\'I") \ : : Day Ceremony, giving a sum
",I '")r''II'\1'1\"' ",;..t." '\'"c"" t. .' ,. ... \ ..".. \' '"' ,:." \I.' )\ j"'I''n""" '.., ..' '.1 .. ./ .,,; <, :../ ,., ,. .. :, . ... '. ,. i.... Lucille Payne, chapter members president and mary of each of the original twelve
I.'I welcomed the
) :::ipi !I J? ,Bl I .1 ., : i .. \ )\''( '.: [ ; forty educators as the candles were lit
( ,,' : : : "\'i' : .f ',. fjpufance: ? : II guests. She introduced her officers, The April State Convention was
.. '[ :. A \\"I' and from
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} : \ r $t "A.j j( 1 e if Q I II Ifj! '; ': '\' .., : ; the Gamma Millie Pi Harrtin Chapter introduced from Baker the Sharon Lyons and Della Rosenberg.Mrs. .
\ ; V < :;;? ::;'i'J: ,. '. I County. Payne's message for 1980-81 wasLet's
\ : : : five initiates: LiMa Ball, Donna Lou In-
Difference",
: Make A giving
: : :. iajzriar: : / ( Brewer, Gail Cook, Sue Shubert and highlights of the past year
teresting

(\I'\I : ..:,::, ftJ I .0. 'C'h.3.' 'moo p I ..;H. : I e 's ':: '\" :< : t: :. ; ": : ..f:, ,[' : \ ,,, Patricia Fellowship Wainwright.Award recipient The, Teresa World and next her season.desires for an even greater

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\ ; .; :'.(. ,, :.g,::: : :. :. ;: "., .: .: .t. ): ... .. ; ,., .. .I..war.. L..QPS.QQI'' i''", Thomson.guests were Kathryn introduced Epperson by Marjorie gave personal man, presented gift from Mrs.Alpha Adams Nu Chapter with a

( i, "," \,' (. .: 1 $: !.. ij( ',. .. : .. : ,9. 64 '8jff8( the Following invocation.the luncheon Sara plus a check towards the new state

1\> .. .. .. ,, iayedherguitarandledthesinging headquarters. The door prizes ofcrossstitched
Jackson
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. :;, \ ( 'i pictures
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$.t. for several numbers. Murial
I.. i Lucille Payne, were awarded by
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M$ :R g I II. : Norman introduced Mu State Presi- Whitehead to Martha Riherd
Eugenia
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:c =.._ _. .... : ==-:: 7 Gerry and Frances White of Lake Butler.
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were presented to Mrs. Adams
AMERICAS FAMILY DUG STORE and Miss Abrantes by Mrs. Norman

You're; going to like ECKERD'S PHOTO OFFER : concluded and Miss with Rosenberg.the members The luncheon singingthe


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12-OUNCC PACK Engag.mnt Told

PLANTERS' CANS eF VLASIC KODKPR10INSXANT PVC Mr. and Mrs. V.L. McKinney an-
nounce the engagement and approaching -
VINYL marriage of their
SNACKS: PICKLES FILM LAWN
Prlcd .\. HJ-C ALUMINUM daughter Teresa Ann Starling, to
Charles Barry Nicholo son of Mr. and
Popularcarbonatedbeveragern FRUIT DRI 1223) tCPAlfrf FURNITURE Mrs. Donald L. Shaw, all of Starke.
YOe: 9 take-along cans. Limit 2 packs KOSHEROILLS89 ; ifioraoo CHAIR Rg.21.99 CHAISE R g.3/.M The wedding is planned for June 5.
Tai I COASTERS w. 12-OZ. 1 Say. S.09 Save 7.00 The bride-elect is a graduate of
COOLER Sal*
Sal Priced FOAM QQ$ Sal AAS IPncrenasa6on 99 ,r pi1 Bradford High School.Homemaker's .

Corn Crnp3oO<)e l0Urls&'more q,PACK ..%7w Crunchy pickles Ideal in summertime PrkK CAN V : Rapid-developmglnstanlcolo 2r I
in resealabtrcanAtwsC!: Limit 2 Keepssanneddnnkscoldlonger( .* relish trays Limit 1 Pop-top cans. Orange or' prints Limit 2 Molded plastic aims Club
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Grape. Limits r# Installs Officers(

I The Bradford County
Homemaker's Club held a short
business meeting installation of officers
",
HEIk, { Tt I ,. EMBERS, bHINET ...... ME "vrT'r VIP PRO DRYCURLING and luncheon at the Thursday.
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K u f 2' iRT J ,CH 1RCOA1 PLATES :;/ SPRlNKliER IRON May 14 meeting at the Agriculture
JAk L < s." 3&IBB: ; r No.VP.1T Building in Starke.
1cf-LSS. t ;I' w W1 iJ RU. .. 'lIP .J Nolll93 8 A.. 7 N 499
12 3IOH fa *M .. .... I '" Mrs. Becky Basford of Kingsley
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,P" E len.burnJngbrlquet- II Dual heats.readydol. : Presi--
Th nc mit1 I ? rnentAd. types an impressive ceremony
I + tes. Easy- to start. Limit 2 t.( Brass jets. swivel cord& moreCoWfs28COsq dent, Lane Tenly; Vice-President

/ -- Jerry Green; Treasurer Mattie
-- .. Miley; and Secretary. Violet Crosby
T ThA ....c... 1 COMA HAIR DRYER Each officer was pinned with a corsage -
*"' MOLDED WlrHSPeCI" RI"'Teo"e by homemaker Mrs. Lola
HOYpf IBllO U"1 PICNIC JUG DREAEIWL' I i',> r I tt00-Witt. No.0'3".. 1499 Johnson. All the officers were re-
PL AfejRG CARDS 12" idALlON JIOQ "_ 2 speeds S heats elected at the last meeting.
1 '* ] i\* A.ZUJ: SD' I ECMEKOS 4499 Following the meeting and Installation -
&' JB&K.JumUfepi'noctiH No t 99' IJ rap u. "49 of:... SALE PRICE! covered dish luncheon
N > 4 | S.,.., ... USS"" 0"5 1 a delicious -
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f okay,. s..toox t 1 Has pour spout& bail Spinning reel with;, m r MAIL-IN RE.ATE' .-L8nd MAO was served.
adtlnsualed'
height adiuslmerjts Visitors attending were Josephine
r Jup{, 2-pc fibre glass rod FINAL COST
a Take and Willie
on picnics J AFTER 999 Miller, Della Goodge Mae
REBATE Foster.
The club is planning to have
workshops during June, July and
''"CO :iTION'' BRAZIERGRILL GALAXY TIMEX will
DIXIE August.The next regular meeting
SWI 9. OGLES OSCIUrATlNQ WATCHES be September. Everyone is welcometo
!::II-:.! Na 2407 f\QO COLD CUPS NCHFAN : {.L" attend and no fees are required.

Rg NeOSap 27$' -199. ".g..'ijt.1 Us w OPI1..79 C Rpf JIM 1! 9' 99. 25011 REGULAR OFF PRICES' I.l., Dr ..N........................

Protects eye S Irorn salt 4 grid positions Snap J 3...3.00 V A b .. Did You Know...........
Choice of
& chlorinated water in tripod legs p assorted Whispergaet Rotary Ouah&tytlmePlecCesfor '..
colors. Limit 2 fJ
Inr control Great airflow features & bands'.. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Johns were
Tuesday evening dinner guests of Mr.
... and Mrs. George Harvey in Man-
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AIR MATTRESS ICE CHEST t. 'J\\ HOT AM/FM RADIO CASSETTETAPES Mr.and Mrs. Nealy McConnell Jr..
4 UI .A CN' visited Mr; and Mrs. Jerry Lee Satur
30".72" flog 41 91 No.saw NoPFMt .a or
.14 I* 10" I 32" Rojt99S 799 119 day in Klssimmee.
Kg Sae/11 S..o 9.07 .. }y 1 Hog SavolOO 79* 599. ... .". MINUTk 3 y
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Sturdy canvas & PVC. 2 reezable bottles Heats instantly, Fitsinpockel. Includes'e Low-noisablanklapes Out-of-town guests at the Crawford-
With built-in pillow food tray ';::: j lor small spaces! earphone: wrist strap For recording;/ needs Barton wedding on April 23 were Mrs.
Amelia Crawford Mrs. Mary Lou
Crawford and children. Penny and
Randy. Mrs. Clint Hamilton. Miss
Debbie Martin, Mrs. Mark Reaves.
You're to Like PharmacySer'vice.iX' :. OPENDAILY9to9SUNDAYS10to1ale all of Gainesville Mrs. Hazel Reaves

Going ,.. r; ..,$ Pric.$.good thru Sat.. ,'May 23rd." of Live Oak and Mrs. Joy. Thorntonand
Eckerd Phajrria rllstsarehlghlytrainedprofessionals.:, who are going to' v '-"1 J1{ !KgtfVineMieHT' I TO: LIMIT QUANTITIKS.i .- daughter.of Palatka.

make bt3ai' satisfied They take continuing education I .. f' >*, .
sure :: completely .0'm JW :! (!) "" 1"" "t'. \ r
courses iftvrtainMrf' \ an up-to-date knowledge of developments in \ h' I V Mrs.:T'Ldlie Norman\ was a medics
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drugs. TfteyMni.'i/ys'iry( to save you money by offering Senior' Citizen discounts I t lJf&"P" n 14j ." YJS4. I. 1.patient:In Bradford County Ho pita

and generic', Irugs whenever possible. They will also save you 1 [l I er( j (I1fLJ1J((8m Ate '.Uit Monday# Friday., .

time by coryyjiptly: checking:; stocks to keep the drugs you need on,hand! I" ;- ,' I .... 'Qersld'Mortin; !!; ,> visitedi<>his son

n 8'" 1 S., Walnut." \,St url+ ,ev'n \\ ,r\\1\\\\' Steven at FSU on Monday and Tues
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4738 O2 7S 19 O023 50.00 O002-0 69.47 S2.08 3.58 $6.33 81.48 INT E R/W HWY 3OI ft N R/M HWY 200-8 N POB ON :
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210' SLY PAR RD 210' TO POO I-A M/U BEING S PART OFSWI 'IRKLAND CHARLES W ft BARBARA ART 2 BOX 24IO I FT OF LOT 12 IN PEETSVILLE EX R/W

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4743 33 65 20 1.00 0025-08// LV 411.53 OF LOTS 27 ft 28 W OF CO GR RO ''ROSS CYNTHIA S PO BOX 1267

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17.28 .52 *.89 6.35 2S.O4 4808 23 55 22 1335 EWALLEN WALTER E JR ft KENNETHRT 1 BOX 19-C '
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LOT 20 OF BLK 2 SHADY OAKS S/D POB W 2 1.45. SI542W 343.02 S724IE 232.7TO MLY -----------------------------------------------
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4755 33 SS 21 OS4I-OI500 O074-1 LOTS'BEL AIR ft 2 OF HALF RLK 1 IN LAWTEY W OF RR EX SLY 111.39 0* SO I.I5 SI.97 7.90 S49.22

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4931 21 6S 22 2508 O36O-O8 -------------------------------.-------.-----.------------ 210FT FOP ATI THFN AM
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4933 21 6S 22 2512-00301 03 '-04 COM 200 FT W OF NE COR OF Wl/2 OF NWI/4 OF SEI/4 OF ME1/4 WADE HATTIK EST ("/0 fJOHFRT WADE -A
JONES FRANK 1191 N OAK STS I 6. RUN S 24S.W 1091N 245.E IO9' T(1( ROB FX R/W LOTS 4. 5 OF QLI U IN LINCOLN CITY .

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"224960-00100 BRADDY DWIGHT P. O. BOX 1354 Honor Gail Reddish
5774 O 9A48-O3
LOTT P 20 H 6 iS SU71E O axle urr 27-31O2F6rSTOME OtI2S/:' $10.64 $6.35 $229.88'" Matthew Teddy Key 31Sunday

LOT 7 FX 1-A IN SE COR f. LOT B 5'0 OF WI/4 OF SWI/4 I.---------------I565 _______________________:_______. ____..----- May
t EX LOT 7 LYING N OF I AC IN SF COM OF LOT 7 13 8S 22 5A49-A-OI300'' 0'?5-09 Teddy W. and Yvette II. Key announce May 31, will be a special

*1.T5 2.50 4.29 47.99 __ .9 .04 SABO EUGENE C ROSEMARIE H2 COOK ST the birth of a son, Matthew day for Gail Reddish at Pine Level
--------------------- :f.v.1
-5115-- -?0-7S-?2 49AO-00900 ;.9O 9A48-OA LOT 13 OF 141.33 KFYSTONR l.24 OAKS 2.I3 A.35 .. *5t.O5 Teddy, born May 4 in Alachua Baptist Church. It will mark her 20th

LOTT o H & SU/IE *>OX{ 293 General Hospital. year as a missionary to Latin
PLAK376.A9 -----------------------------------------------------------
LOT 9 F OF OLD (*0 1.1 S/0 OF SWIX4 Of SWIX4 IN H SAKnNS Paternal grandparents are Mr. and America. .
A.J5 V3S9.AA"s776 S1A7 13 85 22 5649-A-O3AOO 07?*-09 '
IA.82 $
---------9.80---------.--.---------------.--------- WINN JAMFS 16 CLAUDIA P 0 BOX 459 Mrs. Teddy O. Key of Stanton, Cal., Gail, who grew up in Bradford
s7"7S ?2 4974 3000 OA49-9A LOT 36 6 37 KEYSTONE HGTS S.XO i "t5 f < and Mrs. Inez West of Tampa. County and is the daughter of Thelma

BELL RlWT E .JR P 0 "OX :3AIASE1 1984 4/.3l, : Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Reddish and the late R. D. Reddish,
317.81 *I1.63 519.9$7.90
/* N cx EI' Mrs. Robert Alonso of Tampa. Pater- has been active member of
2F 554 ---------------------------" "------------------------------ always an
.9.3A .16.10 84.35
.
!f:2f. SIA9 13 8S 22 5656-A-00200 0727-IL, nal great-grandparents are Mr. and Pine Level Baptist Church. .
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stir ,'>5 7S 22 4988-003OO 5.00.065106SPCNCFP PATRAY J W P n fox 143 Mrs.J.L. Albritton of Tampa and Mr. Upon her graduation from Bradford
,
OONALO P 6 SHIRLEV A BT 3 BOX 260co LOT 2 PAHAOISE 34.05 SHORES$1.O UN-RFCO? : PLAT 1.75 A.35 S43.I7 and Mrs. Ted Key of Eloy, Ariz. High School in 1957, she enrolled in
S 99A.83
l SW COH N 111.45 POU CONT N 122 9. E I4A.AO
----------------------------------------------------------- Tennessee Temple College in Chat-
S 3"e w '12. 0' PU" .... .. .. ...
101.37 16.19 .10.h3 er..o .2'1.09 !5169 IJ dS 22 SA56-A-OOJOO! O'. 7-12 tanooga, Tennessee, and received her
MUSSELMAN' WM. E rO03 PFGI-'ENT DR Jennifer Kristen Moore
-------------------------------- -1 ------------------- degree there in 1961. .
LOT 3 UNRFCn PLAT PARADISF SHORES'
5119 ft 7S 22 50-)9 IO.O 06 .-0' "
She was then approved by the Pine
41.19 t.24 12.12 4A.35 .SO.C/
HORNY 6 MANY ANN RT 3 flOX 598
KYLF W Robert and Paula Moore of Itaiford
------------------------------------------------- --------- Level Baptist Church as a missionaryto
ALL SW/ S OF RY
nR IZA-n 5170 13 8S 22 5A5A-A-OI700 070-IZ. announce the birth of a daughter,Jennifer Peru, South America, under the
SOWERS OtlNALO T CnARHARA P" 11 BOX R77 Kristen born May 9 in Alachua
1.15
$35.79 41.98 47.90 8..2 of the World
auspicies Baptist
... LOT 17 OF PARAOISF SHORFS S/C OF AN, UN RFC. PLAT DFSC rm
-------------------------------- ----------------- General Hospital
110-159 fellowship.After .
!>72729 7S 22 5031-OOROO 06511-04 963.19 SSfJ.VO C49.AO 7.9O 4I.049.S9 Paternal grandparents are Mr. and graduation from the Spanish
Loner F & A I I x C j naoMN .
----------------------------- ---------------------------- Mrs. Glenn D. Moore Jr. of Jackson-
I LOT I03FT F.&w.nY nrT N&S IN NE COR OF LOT ./0 OF Nl/2 Language Institute in San Jose Costa
OF N I'4 OF N41/4 5171 22 85 22 5687 0732-12 ville. Maternal grandparents are Rica Gail began her missionary work

"..9. '1.21 .3A 47.99 I5.4I RICHARDSON ALLEN L 6 JyEgRRrIEgL Mrs. Marion Robbins and the late Ar- in the jungle town of Iquitos Peru,
---------------------------------------------------------- } !
OR 1040PG 67 6 L95-215(2? ( ; gSsi8P/'l8/ IECS 2k FONT4F8 FOR iggCPG thur Robbins of Jacksonville Beach. where :she organized several Bible

5241 30 73 22 5056-00121 0660-10 321 . \ . . Cluhs.
RUTH HAROLD E fi SUSAN K $515.01
$15.45 $26.52 $7.90 $564.88
COM AT SE COR O7 NEV OF NEV SEC. RUN N 250' THEN W G In July of 1962, she moved to Lima,
----------------------------------------------------------- Macy Dale Stephen the capital of Peru which has
city a
LINE NEV TO E F/W LIMB SM 32S.SNLY
JFINT WITH SELINE OF NEV OF NSB TO FT OF BEG % ACREWN/L 5173 22 flS 22 5705 I\.OO 07 .-f)7. population of over two million people.It .
BEING PORTS OF LOTS 20-24 eLK 1 COULD PARK 1912 RP6181 JOHNS CARL L ET AL IPX 130 Mr. and Mrs. Rick Stephens! of
was in this city that she served until
BLK: I OF GOVT LOT 4 FX F. 360 IF T IN LAKESIDE SXO EX OR lOP
$126.69 $3.80 $6.S2 $11OO $148.01 PG 203 OFSC OR 97 PG 34 F EX CU IJ 3I1O.S7 -;>*5 Starke announce the birth of a son, 1976. During this time she worked
---------------------------------------------------------- $ 5.4? *'}.'O C7.9O *2O3. r<> Macy Dale born May 7 in Alachua with other missionaries in the

513Q 73 ?2 o' -noIOO OAA3-O4 -----------------------------.-----------------------------. General Hospital.
Mnonr ALVI-I o APIAN %i P n nox 225 5174 21: RS 22 57I9-01IOO 12.00 07 I5-O4 establishment of 20 churches, as wellas
LOTS i. f IN vc CALLS APO TO HAMPTON PERRYMAN' THOMAS F. G. PATRICIA .. Maternal grandparents are Mr.and working in Youth Camps, Vacation

lt4.33 4.33 f.7.43 A..35 cI6?... E 396' OFNRIX4 OF NEIX4 "' Mrs. J, T. Prevail, Jr., of Starke, and Bible Schools, and Bible Institutes.
---------------------------------------------------------- $4AO.54 Mr. and Mrs.
iLii"2 'li-iii': i.6. !!. SSI14.4'.. : great grandparents are Several young people that Gail led to
512 35 7S fZ 5075-00300 ;9A61-O5 ---------------- ----- --- -------------- l.
HnoGFS JOHN j JR e LINOA F. PO 'fX 154 5176 24 as ?? 5773 10.00 O736-10 W. H.Agner of Kingsley Lake and Mr. Christ in Peru are now in full time

LOTS 3. 4. t. 6 IN MC CALLS ADO F.K P/W WALKER ALFHFO R JR I2I3 VFLLHW RLUFF PO and Mrs. J. T. Prevatt, Sr., of Christian service.In .

Ii;7.42 $5.04$84.65 SI".Q6 N 200' OF M3X4 OF NIX OF NF.14 Lawtey.
-$6.35 the fall of 1976 Gail helped to
-------- ----------------------------. -.------------- .140.42 $'O.? I M-.S.-I A..35 C374.51
-- - -------------------- ------ --------
_._ Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
establish Bible Institute in
----- ---------------------- --------------------------- a
512.5 JO ft Zf.! 00'a- 07C)0 04A1-O6 ----------- --------------- Spanish
RHFA PAUL r DffAWFR A 5195 24 OS 2? 560 .;ii74. ; -.( c Mrs. Foy Stephens of Gainesville! Miami, Florida to train ministersand

LOTS!' 7 THKMI in IN "KT CALLS *OO Tn HAMCTON KX "/'II KEYSTONE HGTS' IMOROVfTMIJMT COP.P1 ROX 245 -tyi {,.'.r teachers in the Spanish language.
'?.'0.15 rr..6l tll..tS A..15 -ltt.66 PROPERTY OeSC AS AN FICCFPT ION nr A NI NF- "LE ROLF .CUUAlIN '

.f ....._... .. ... .. OR BK ;3 PG 49fl f. AS DFSC OB'' RK I :17 PG 541 '. Ip;! the last five years, graduates of the
-- ---- ------------------------- -- .
5i2iRHFA (>6ft4-O EX PORT W OF N T. S HALF SFC LINE Did You Know........... Institute has gone out to minister in
JO( 7S 22 5079-O0713
PAUL F OPAWER A I.IA7.54 15.63 '46I-.IA O.4 Florida, Virginia, New York Puerto
----------------------------------------------------------
LOTS I 1. 14.15.C If OF PL< 7 Rico and Ecuador.
$ IAA.4* *%.'.S $t.70 56.15 4210.14 5196 24 flS 22 S820-9014O 12.00 074O-I Mrs. J.M. Howard, Sr., of Lake
Gail has served the Lord
faithfully
..... (EYSTONR HGTS IMnRflVI--wfNT CIJIPPO: ROX !245
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5I2B 3>> 75 22 5379-OOnOO <64-O9 PROPFRTY' On.SC AS AN F.K IN OR IK I 1 PG *9r f OR IK 17- O 5.3 Butler and Mrs. Jerome Johns of these 20 years and many hundreds!of
RHEA OAOL ir DPA CR A BEING GOLF COURSE FX I'orr e rF N-S HALF SECT: LINF Crystal'Lake attended the Alpha Xii lives have been touched by her'ser."

ALL TIKS N r I IN HAMPTON 2SA.O3 'I7.'S0 .1 ?.A1 7.90 $21'.11 Delta sorority tea Sunday afternoon vice. As a result, she will be honored'
----------------------------------------------------------
f> on.4 *C6 I0.71 6.15 3.18 'at"': the home of Mrs. Charley Pell inharter
her friends
5237 24 8S 22 by on May 31, at Pine
--------------- --------------- --------------- 5859-00100 0823-01
5ia: 30 7'2? :5079-0100t-- .. *..- O664-IO xt.ttm'flERMAN ,' -.. ..1tAmId: -:<":.'J GainesvtUe honoring the c Level Baptist Church. The spechfliIievieof

RHEA PAUt .* LOT'S 11.14.5* t>"C o'*.>ifA..\\IItR Of A... *Lt1i1).e'.>|l *.. ..B- t$$11:: IJ ..ftib1.77ti/t1SbPl! _.___ _$43,60: haptenfAftHberyof rijrrfw.risiH' the n-fw'Uof.,P.'" "'I'' ''". ) I>>'.&. 1c tl kh ee'vvd !tlebl

on 101 -'II I ??r.72' ..77 .1.4j V :'..7911's' ; f 'I's'.1i'.177 *S235 24'*8S'22 5901"00100r""", '.4"' .o4i o ".4.I"x .'4 ei 0822-07- ppp Mr. ami-Mrs H.Iij'Huteon and son, showing Lf'shdes''ff(! 8lfoJ1/ 1

ALDREDGE REGINALD He' YVONNE Kevin, visited Mr. and Mrs. Hut- I
--------------------------------------------------- ; years
51)0 10 ft ?2 507V-OI10O 066501RHFA LOT 1 OF$27.SA REPLAT OF LOT 1$.83 KCE :IN 3JW: $1.42 AREA $36 16 "ison.Sr., in Orlando on Saturday and Roman Alvarez pastor of the Pine l
--$6.35-------
PAUL rWI' ------------------------------------ -------- (.Sunday. Level Baptist Church invited all
? OF ALLEYWAY IN "U K 13 nF HAMPTON> b SLY |0' AOJ Tn LOTS
5UF lOLl I' OF TllloN |jF HAMPTON" 5236 24 8S "!2 5901-00200 0822-0 those who know Gail to be present. |
t.7l ..O5' '.OO 47.90 9.75 MARKHAM HAZEL P. O. BOX 1364 ,- Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Jackson! are

----------------------------------------------------------- LOT 32 dF REPLAT OF LOT 1 IN SJRO AREA guests of Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Clough in /
'oa.1 .T 7S 2) 5079-OU05( O665-IO'! $27.56 $.83 $1.42 $6.35 $36 16 Ga. .

A UN'l A P IHU r. nr+A.Ff A --w___*______*w__*a*___M_w__M*____*_____*_*_________________ Douglas, Tuesday to Thursday.Mrs. Lynne Gaskins Honored '

LOTS 5-rt rF AL< IN HAMPTON .' f : <_*t t **4*>4i.*fl
OP IPe-27 L.H. Jenning was in Man Mrs. Lynne Waters -Ga
> !
l'V5.fil!: 84.er 1Itt.02 $7.96. .| 7fo. ?' '-f;'" 'I\t darin Thursday to Sunday as guest of honored at a bridal shower,
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51 J? to 7S ?2 5119 .5O .37O-i> ----------------------------------------------------------. Mrs. Grace Long and relatives. She day May 2nd given byAva'Lisa ? l\ilfli
MO'PF ALVIN O l POX ?25' 520A 25 "AS '2 6')1) O"" -/)' attended a.birthday party for Gene Alvarez and Doll'WdtN' !

THAT "PA.VT' I+E- SFI/4 IIF :WX4 WI4ICtLIPS W OF ST. W0 3:!5 r ?;L> TURNER WFLVIN L 6 LOPNA I5T 2 H'"x J.4 Kuschel Thursday night at the homeof Pine Forest Apartments (
OF1Y/ nr "r ""I> ioo-li: EX SLY 1x2OR COM AT Ne COR !OK t $JC.R'''''',16A. Tn S WXW Nn 21 FO- PO.1. Marcia Burdette attended the
IZ1-17' S 16_."* LAND $A VNG 14Kff'121' NLY ?23. TO RO 11. CLY ; Twenty-five of L Y/1ne/ ; ,.gtt; (b1e1ubb
*'*.55' .?.ft6 4.36 $1.45 I05.??! 164 TO "I"" '. 1 *' dance recital of granddaughter, Tina enjoyed the evenin "

----------------------------------------------------------. f/16.2A': $ .4 3.79 $9.45 1114. .l Jennings at ttte Civile Center Saturday games anrf'vfcit' 'Lynne receive s

"\L.! 41 f'i 22 SI49-O7400 10.00 O671-07 -1201- ; --- ---- afternoon; altendeda birthday dinner many lovely gifts from her friends.
'
BEVILL1" JUMN P f. ''AQrtlr A HO HOX 71 ?5 8S Rt.J'0'9J..O' >, tl' ..s30161.01HALL .
- III 1X2 nF I 1/2: OF Nr.1'4 fir SC1X ART NUR/'LCEip' ,. : ., 'a'RT I' '.OXS I..
*IS.TI 14.17 .P. I 0; KV.15 8 I.U\..55I COM AT NC CI1R.tIFy= ; :$Wl/' n'hNWI/4 I3" W "'77. A' Tfi pni ) 1lestautdnt and were served,,. naaorfo saw ((3-S8))
__ CONT W 195' 5' 4a'.F'9 1f sheTattended the I. :
; TO "n9 Sunday evening
----------------------------------------------------- .a $112' play
'5 II /S 2? 5I57-0.00 1.00 .873-09 $5.21 1 A I.t1 a-{"y ,,-,' s.?7 $1.90 13.55.' written bt'IMJ !Wa'lter'Jennings!: 1n1', '! ",,itr| 1 ni amiss Iladaa d
PMQSEM J .I f. PATTEN C A (.?Z "IF 1ST 5T -------- ---- -- -t---- -----------------------------
.the West &hrilian' Church. -ii I j. ,i i lo ano ZB v.9lii8H
!
CO'4 AT NV. CO'OF NTIX4 IF: q* I'.. "UN R I,*. fOB PI1" CHNT S 5208 ?5. ,\s/afi..oa;; y ? 1.00 07"4-09 Did You Know .
60A'.1: I".N rtOH'.W ?.IS' TO l fjrl COOPER O J oW* >\. .3- Vi, rJDX' 4AArfi .i9fyf2tQ: ni 1J19Xloofoa
OH 22I S FOB.75 OF'rf I1*I.S'... ,,Ek400' Cir SIX? lir SFIX4 OF -V.MX4 Mr. and Mrs.\. Winfred. Hazen of edT
rigid
7.62 'll.(1 9.45 .*q4.4 OF NWI/4 l'1II fll I ainesville were Saturday visitors ofIr. '. OIIJ'
-3'a.06--
---- ---------------------.---..----------------. $157I L ; is.rtfyn! 5.0') 87.00 % Ir7.79 Friends otl\JrstllO! M ald@/JfIml-C/ {
: and Mrs. M.F. Hazen.
___ ___ ______. .
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51 JA 31 70 f* 5I57-OO60O ?.50 OA74-02 ------ --- .WJ| ------ -
WATS-1N,", 11-ViH" l I' II HUX 233UK : 5209 "5" ns "-3tf" *!<9<-. Oot\,1.( \ P;,,fi<'i*i. I.IJ1 07b4-1: clenny, former Starke resident, will

: I X4 ',=" S 'l/-" LYING S IIF. CO rtl (14'.,> R W OF 5O 125 FX CON AT RAY EOWAOO Wa60W.1'" : H-It R' I JFO 2.37 Mr. anA> Mr- JfSWS%:. Muggins, fgr: //f tJ ar 'IIJ'I t itsw l1it'i' jpwg'a
NW COR. r,5' .S 41'3..W ?50'.S .72..W ?I5. .N *0t' TO E 132 'JF IPp'7UP iFIX4 ( SWIX4 OF NWI/4 turned : I at 85'' '
POT FX ,->A'JC SOLO ._ -111).2 .::..."'.11i-; 4 8.54.$6..1S.-- 1117.57 Of Eo'.f]Icwadajypaljt te'thedtc, r folft; ; f.sttk .Ii'J8H9y91R I
103 --------------- .r -_._- --- -- pdt'de ,.r ... sae 9dl boil buI
_
$fnt.r *?.tr .n.oo. iii.io 5212: 26 ,,S !2 6 :.l! '.tW' : .. 07'0-04 JeffoW&flranvSiVeuriton i I ort Sun-

---------------------------------------------- ORO LAQPY .IIi", : '" ... .,a.l'T,. | a r>nx 490 ay. Ijjubivibni oni 109zyB39d ..' .... o.I I\IkhneLWl\ifCen\ ke1/p: ; MddBAtid

5117 11 ,"i ?2 5I57-OO'0" 5.00 0674-t0- EBEeoG ATTn5Pn'CwIR ,TT 44FV4 '",.! NFl4' .uIY, N .a' t W 60' q Co"' Ino Jo' i'( ..i rt I spent ;tfayy) ainlMllwac8casoibrie{ >fabmItel1ding
) ( i
WAf.TN; J-HN f. "4' TY I. T IO* N" TFM fH-E AVF S joo.!&
COM. AT INT WLY BX f SP-J5 T SLY ./''' CO': V> trflt SLY nil WLV RXA1O 4.17 *! .. f'l I ...!? .'.QO 'Il.4r :? Mr. andJl SiJIerbert Green I I 1 EherRlnle r ne! )ligByc'o

W .17)* TO Pf,'" CUNT W 41S.6' N PAR TO ",R12)0' -------.------. -----.-----,,! f, ------------------ -- ----------- e week .'c'Sf r 'mfJ'n4f\600, Fair: Gllr;, +91 ..1qiMr. ) 2. 92uasd
F 4.15.' "IS" S PAP TO SP-JS5: 1'JO TO P"' C THAT I ARC: OC5C AS '<. > 'eeki W gs.
RIVFRA W > f" ,
ANTCNIM f O n'C ?03
PAOCTL a 'IF IIP M-b'i: Eu)211 "'.b and'Mrs. W.L.-Th 'M\mf6t\e""dJ\ :
RP ft.30: ? W 130O OF LOT 9 IN 1 I NO I(4N IF ACM' UNIT 3 TX Pw35U.45
'' Friday to Monday ;rr.Pal1a'rfab6ludq
l,0.73V 16.13
IH.C. 11')4.11 ,
$11.4.0? 5.O7 fl.70 t2.55 fl5.4 Rev. and MI's H Iqd!( !\ont bad as rent -
--- ------------------- with their daughter
antlfamilyJ1j.rlpdM
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;2i6S26i 5- ntkfeli9ldbrPiFWaWl'and'mughter,81Sg1l\ .
!
51.0612 'il'ii00600$0..110674I 47.50 370A03N gll !
7S f
? RIVERA: ANT'ISICI **!. HIJX 203 jiad Mrs.V'Ahthonjr' $dankS.ar. 11 T 'I d d
LA MO INF ", TTW N I.<> "l TTOS BALL liD < P'I : [ t ;l){; "L"lOJ .tI sea
LOTS I It'"" ?3 OF RL< f> IN HAMPTON, t1O ..". LOTS IOC II IN." INOA'RF4CII' UNIT 1 ilson of lf l roifliBaill.yts'f'Iwy \ '
&
pf 5Mr3.i1'J.I oftllafalkI L1liidvisillhlr'
,
: EX OEG AT NE CtVLOT I'J: N 91.8 sa StlS.SA I .. r. 71.3.2.4': 71 > Vining
.I7 3.I3 5.37 CA.11 tI9.l>4
.. E .??5' '''' 190 W 197 TO ufI so visited their uricJe and aunt'Mr; : aunt Mrs. L.D.
---------------- ---------------- ----------- -- ---------- Vining offFriday.
$302.14$9.36 $" id Mrs."WllTft tflffief tif.Titubville
.4'S
51.1" 1_ 772:! 51 .6 T-9.0 0"7t.I)1KYLE 8136.71 ,. ,- no"buH Jlor>8
------------------------ ---------------------------------- #IHeiWll5bnt'and ,
Mrs.X3Mh
HAP"Y W f. WAMY ANN NT J no+* t* id Mrs: :
ALL ,NIX", ? .'<= NW1X4 S DF HVOR 5I7 3A HS 22 AP03AOII30PCCNBEnO 0789-01 Dozzie AsMea VSlrfWSprings' : "+
I ?"fl-.JO' : APT HUH N IVJOAN w n (i nil* ?&3 Li none Welty celebrated1;ljer"l jfij
.. LOT II OFNFVA LAKf rSTATfS la -'Ui 98 z'noi; birthday Tuesday izfA3'*
at
*I70.I7 SOS. trt.76 T'.IO *111 a sUrptis
.472..5 "I4.I' 124.15. .1'. $SI 7.74 ?*Mr. and Mrs. Troy C. Cook of Cocoa
--------------------------------""---------.---.---" .4------------------------------------------------- and swim party given by her parVih1f'sa
--------- ,
5146 Ol15 ?? nig--f visited Mr and Mrs. R.C. Buford
5J45 5221: 01 93 ?? 6l. S-O-O JIO.7 01'11/-11 4 on Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welty(tleowh;
MAfHIS HCLc"4 JANICF: 14125 e Tl U' n4I.L ST THOMAS "'L..rp 16 MAPGAPfT S Monday Mr Cook will be friends of
LOT 43 I1H CYCPESS! OF CPYSTAL LAKE! HOXK5ITF4 LOIS 1.2.3 f. NILOT 4 OLTK 4 (." SANTA, FF sifHFS PH-3' remembered 44! plant manager of the Lenore'!k'h.lpedi {tltt..t t

'l.ll l.4 .?.| 1 .*. !<% -5I.05 : Starke CocaOofa! Co. celebrate the occasion.; ,I', I'cf"h( [
-------- Bottling during
----- "--""""--"-----""--" -- --
5147 0'"S .''2 95-OOOOo" 4T55"I""" 7-07' 210.3O: ) 11WII.! hob Mrs. Franklin Weisg'erber 'Mra'al'
RIJTLFP 'MTCHFIL L MAttSHA N :5T14 !
4F' X HH aWl
COSTANGO JEANNIE L C CHARLES Cs: '..**'''"' .* Lester Crews and Herbert3Thomas
COM AT SB CUM IJF NWIX4 nF SWIX4 r 5..." < TO F OXW S- -35 ft J.Hii9rerSswas Mrs.
POO 01T'n 1.6' N 'IO' W >!...7' TO f "''11. 4 nN T PXW LOTS 16$58.95 Si 17 BLK 5 OF SANTA FE CHORES AR 128-563 n;Mrs. / ( in Ocala last are attending the district two 6 1

pntl $1.77 3.04 $6-.35"-' $70.11 Sunday to tVVQnntlay: visiting her meeting of the UDC at the home
847.40$1.42 t?..4 >.45 .AO.7| 5222: \f 05 ?2 -.o-n-ISOO i I'*#".,",. .OH07-OS\ daughter and faftfll? Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Anne in of3d)
-- ------------------------"""--- -' SAM" ROH!':HT J M''1"1" PHX '.?-t'6'N Berne Stalzer and Kemp Jacksonville tor. .
5.42 ; ;; ;; 5464 O10 5: ; LOT 25 OF SFWINCLF lOf.F ir/IT ? UN HFC. I' daughter. day, Thursday. .jj.,

SUMNER Gof 6 EVELYN .IOA.O" ".1.;>4 .*i.'.>7 CA.35 '1 ? '.?4 .t

PARC 420' N 6 S BY 120' E 6 W BUD ON E BY E LINE MWt ft -----4.---------- .------------------------------------------ if Mr. and"Mrs. Mac Baldwin spent Mr.. and Mrs. W.S. Haas 'Wer&8d
ON S BV BEDFORD RO 5224 12 9S 22 A230-C-OOSO' 0 n1-0* tne weekend at Crescent Beach and weekend of their

--- _-..$162.71..-_...--..--."._.88.........Se.3'--.:!--...$7.95$163.92.-----.----------_. LOT CURTIS 8 OF BP'WIE SFMINOLF RIDGE UNIT 3?OF.>3I AN N UN-RfTCO W I5TM AVE PLAT.OF: IN I IT4377 also visited' Mr. and Mrs. Don Sallie Knight guests in Dublin Ga.aunt, and,,Mrgi/B ajm

jilliams there. tended !tie Thomas Jefferson

4144.OA ._.12 7.42 *,.<*O572A 1" family reunion on Saturday. ferry **

----------------------------------------------------------- 'Mrs. A.J. Barry was in Atlanta '. 82 ..

I? IS 22 30-F-0000 O I.-O' t ursday to Sunday attended the Na- Mr. and Mrs.
MCHCRTS: JCFI-FRY:; & OFANMA PO I1I1X 151 Glen Champiorr(-
----------------------------*----- t >nal Needlework! Associationling
T--w- LOT 20 sr- R IOGF UNIT Clifton, Texas are i
5149 I' ns ?2 5477-00101 aloe-ix A4H.AI guests of Mi>.an< ni
SCOTT MSMIHA I.4A .z.", A.33 58.9? and buying trip.rs. Mrs. Leo Champion this week.
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Collings : Steve Cubbege singled home Jim single, which followed base raps.by- 3.Q:11.fId;: jcnpcked-off Blvih's Electric" 'bege .615./U,.Wofford.was at even .600
To Ponder... ,,liewis and Chub Johnson in the bottom Lewis and Johnson, erased a,4-3 lead ., -6.. t? ir t *oi with three extra ,buse hits Jerry
.of the eighth inning to cap a held by the Jacksonville club. I I Raceways! 'cimEiout of Uhetloser'V '.''fJ.lmfon (553, and ,Jim' Alvarez .515
'weekend full of late-game rallies and In moving through the winner's bracket to pin" a "lO-S'lots1 bn'HayeV'Jbefor VitH two?doubles! and a triple. Lewis ,
.. give Hayes Builders & Electric of bracket Hayes had nipped Sheffield's: ,: /aUing/ in the ,,erj J trunning."> ,h omacked three doubles in the City
... Starke a 5-4 win over JaJ(. Racewaysand of Georgia 7-6 with'Cubbege final.-. .. xii.. Meat- win and had. five for tin.
first place in the 4th Street Car- the deciding run in the ninth; edge ,. ( ': weekend.
Sports Editor wash Softball tournament in. .Jackson- Taylor's: 66 of Folkston, Ga., 9-7; topped Chub Johnson, who tripled/agairtst'/; Gene Tanner had the only Hayes
e viDe last weekend. City Meat Market 23-19 with a six Taylor's.66,received MVP honors for k homer of,the weekend that coming
The final was tied 3-3 after seven In- run rally in the top of the ninth after the tourney. 'Hayes' leading hitter against City Meat while Cubbege leg.
Kenny Clark and Bill Goodge baseball standouts Bradford nings before Raceway got one run in deadlocking 19-19 in regulation; whipped was Lewis at .642 with David,,iigpen ged out an inside-the-park four
at the top of the eiahth... Cubbege'sMachine Harber Chevrolet of Keystone batting to the tune of .631 ;and Cub- Bagger against Sheffield's
High School for four years and leaders of the 19-7 District:
champions of this season have both been offered baseball grantin -
aids to St. Johns Community College in Palatka Tornado Takes 2nd .
Coach Mike Hartley said Monday. '
A decision should come shortly for both on their baseball mM8

futures. Goodge has been given until June 1 to make his decision
on whether to sign with SJCC Coach John Tindle while in Statesboro Tourney _
Clark will wait until after the June 8-10 pro baseball draft and '
/ 'Monday Friday 5:30: am. til 6 p.m.
has been given until June 15 to decide on the SJCC offer, which
for includes Hillandale Farms Green Machine Randall McGee hit .600 with 5 Sat. & Sun. S-QQ: a.m. til 6 p.m
Kenny the maximum tuition books and
: a took second to Elite of Macon, homers, and Eddie Hazen batted .567,
workship program. Fellow senior Chuck Johnson was invitedto Georgia, last weekend in a men's ma- also with 5 home runs. Pflueger
Adventurer
walk-on by Tindle. jor tournament in Statesboro, Machine takes this weekend off and
Clark also can mull over an offer from Valencia Community Georgia. is scheduled next to go to Savannahfor Tackle Boxes Bait Casting Reel
College of Orlando, a school recognized as one of the finest two- Behind Ken Carlton, who hit .743 (26 a tournament June 5-7,
of 35) and won the home run trophy
year baseball programs in the country. After a Valencia with 17 four-baggers Machine won '
workout in Jacksonville Sunday Hartley said veteran VCC seven of nine games, losing 13-5 to the Stars Tourney 15% off 'Sug. PrtaT'fO00( $3'999
Coach: Floyd Perry was bubbling over improvement Clark South Carolina state champs and
had made since the Fall. "The Valencia offer is about equal to 19-12! to Elite in Sunday's finals. The ScheduledThe In block
first loss came in the third round and Lew'sSpeed
the St. Johns
one, the Tornado Coach said.
Machine had to play five games Sun- Starke Stars women's invita-
Clark also has gotten attention from the University of day to Elite's one, winning four tional was slated for this weekend SEr Stick
Georgia and Perry told Hartley that more attention from four- straight before losing. though at press time very few par- BOOSt
year schools could be in the offing. Their wins inluded a 43-12, five Inn- ticulars on the tournament were
All the offers will be balanced against what happens with ing stomping of Granville Seafood known. Bail: Er Tackle l 10% off
and a 28-21 slugfest win over Fitness Coordinator Jerry McGriff said
the draft next month. Hartley, who has traveled to Tampa
Center. play should start Friday night at 7 849 N. Temple Ave. 964-6977
Orlando. Vero Beach and points closer to take Clark, Goodge. Mike Jacobs was second to Carltonin p.m. "We'll probably just use
and Chuck Johnson to baseball camps since their junior cam- batting average with a .639 Westside," said McGriff, who was
paigns in '80 said the Los Angeles Dodger and Cincinnati Red weekend and hit five out. Richard hoping for at least 8-12 entries in the WE HAVE LIVE BAITI. -
Mumaww was at .611 with 11 HR's, late-forming tourney.
organizations are the ones showing Clark the most interest

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now.Kenny was one of just four players (two from Jacksonville, "
one from Orange Park) invited to a closed session with Cincin-

nati scout George Zuraw two Saturday's ago. On May 30 he and .f .
Hartley will drive to Deland for a session to be watched by the ... .. ... .
Baltimore Orioles player development supervisor while June 6
is a date for a "final-look" Dodger camp in Vero Beach. 1 II.,'" t.. .
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citing," said Hartley, who has been asked by the family to aid "

Kenny through the scouting process in lieu of using any sort of a. .',
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lawyer-agent... ". "

The two teams that dashed Bradford High's hopes for state ', "
championships in girls Softball and baseball came up short in f I' .

their own bids for state championships last weekend.In .
the girls state 3A softball tourney in Tampa Inverness: "It. Ith If'.'..\I' ,

Citrus which topped the Lady Tornadoes 14.5 in Sectionals, t M/ >, r. .,.. r.n.ln '
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lost,'to' 'Tampa Catholic in the semifinals while Clay High,which i:. 'ua.araa. : T Il't. :
handed: the Bradford girls two of their six regular season' ;

losses, was beaten by West Palm Beach Cardinal Newman 10-7.
Newman went on to win the state title over T. Catholic: 146.
In the baseball 3A semifinals Ocala Forest, a 7-2 winner over
Bradford in the Region II game, was crunched by host Lake
Wales 11-3 while two-time champ Miami Pace edged Jacksonville Isea1ot'
Bishop Kenny 2-1. Kenny was 32.1 entering the state tour- :

nament, including a 7-2 victory over the Tornadoes. In Friday .
night's finals Pace ((26-11)) made it three titles in a row with a
2-1 win Lake Wales.
over ;' f; 1; "I would.bay that any t-ime you cnn spend( a little t nu>ne\,
Keystone Heights, which split with Bradford enroute to a 4 i '
26-9 season, made it to the 2A tournament but lost a pitcher'sduel or now to save a lot of money over a long period... ;a i prettv
to Avon Park 3.2 Thursday. Miami Westminster then eked gooJinyeo.tmcnt: : And that's how I feel about insulation

out a 2- 12.inning win,over Avon Park for the state title. and those other energy-saving features in our hnthe"sJ1"
U'r>>/-J-1'- ''I" 'II| II, Mr. Robert McMahoii ofCoc,.>a. He and I his \\ Ik', K'.m, ..

i Coach Floyd Adams of state 4A semifinalist Pensacola Tate estimate. they save $30 to $40 a month because of t their

((32-5)) was chosen as North coach for the North-South all star 's initial investment: in the Wiitt-Wix Living i package, \ at

baseball game in a ballot that included Tornado Coach Mike a4 the time they \built. their home.What's '

Hartley as one of 10 finalists., Hartley was selected coach of the a Watt-VX'ise'v( i package.: It's a combination( if t ",

year in District 4. A : k'iltltrcsthat meet,FPL> enorjjy) '.savinj' standards .lnJl.iil I
The high school all star game will be played May 23 at West ?',11\ t } F ., V r \be. easily'ihcluded; in the construction ot a new home.Overa .
PaJnv.Beachfs/ Municipal Stadium...
r period l of year;> they'can.'>,I\'I: you suWanti.illmore "
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'(.By'th *ay| BradfordHigh's fine baseball campaign! not o'n-j h9rn;W. ,. t' thantheycost.Naturallyho\nuiChyou.iv'\. .
ly 'rewrote school records for wins ((19)) percentage ((19-7, ..731)), .r Ut[riel9f' Sr. depend I I on your lifestyle I f I \ conservation efforts
and tied the 1962 club's win streak mark ((10)) but if BHS had a .not! 'e. : S "S t' s* WattrWi.se home have'cost'savmjj features like

baseball record book you can be sure many of the individual tr "j / extra ceiling;aJ'\\.wall\ itiMilation' :: solar or heatret.oerunits \

marks would have been erased by this outfit. Not only because M ,Sff, y I for water heatinjj, a-hjfjher- ., kk-IK\.tIt. cuntlait'nrr

of outstanding' season enjoyed by the Tornadoes .bufa. q dew Its r 9 J _..Sn...: r i / or heat pump. T\>wer; s.ners like fluorescent liuhtuiL\: md\
because as Charles Francis, BHS coach in the 1960's points,fliujfey/'>,9> ;a microwave oven, and f thermally efficient \\1 ti nl h'a'. ..mdtUxirs

the number of games has jumped dramatically. His cIu: splayed : { with ld r'71f1'ASt.1,11111\hitttlninimiell ..tt (bin ld-np..

15 to 18 games. ., ; r-B, vo:fl %S3 t TI>da>, there are many, xv.ivs to ... w on eleitm. ituithour \
have confirmed Bradford High School.19, !
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baseball records, which is'sad. but we can safely say that the 46 ,|'d' I up
hits Kenny Clark slashed this year is certainly a school mark '; ; \'v.IttYiI.: .' Liviili"!; PToyranu Todav, It. one of the \\ is.....r

for instance. And his 95 at bats too. And the 23 stolen bases investmentoii "IHlkm.l.l.\ \ .'. Stop bsotir (IOL.I.! ITI. ?

Scott Hudson pilfered without getting caught goes'into,'mybook uttiCeukl pick lip a tree: broChure: \W4\ ,A

as another school mark, topping Clark's 20 steals of last ; n

year and 21 thefts of this !season. As does Hudson's 36 runs .

scored.And Bill Goodge's 35 RBI's is another mark that almost certainly v r t t r- .

is the best in Tornado diamond history, topping the 30 .FLORfDA. _POWER_ .0- A LIGHT COMPANY

ribbies Jeffery Norman amassed in 1978. Goodge had 24 RBI :' ... .. ....
last year, Clark and Chuck Johnson plated 24 this year, and ; : .. ._"' '" -... .' I '.;
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Gary Melvin knocked home 22 runners in a 16-game season, in 1 .- P" r 1 i 'I S

1973. The four home runs Goodge tagged this year just:night t ,.; ? 't.. 'VWS .
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be another school mark as are the five triples he rapped. as a I _____ "
junior in 1980. l m., ;
Clark's .484 batting average is mighty hefty but a check. / .., 1 '1 J J' 1 rO 4P.a.. .rv i ',"

back through old Telegraph files showed one better the .491 P -Arrt- .........'.a.. _."...1.._.".'" _' __.._...-. I I_ u
average' (26 for 53)) Dewayne Elder fashioned back in 1955. ) "

Other high marks Include Matt Hull's .465 in '75. Goodge's .436- .. -
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as a junior, Donald Falcon's .424 average in '65, and Norman's \ .1 .t FORWATT-V/1SS

.422 season in '78. ,. j ..f ; _.----..-- ---- _. ." .
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Norman's eight doubles and four triples are the best marksIn UVJKG'WmWise' : 'f\ .{' '
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As a team Bradford swatted 14 homers and stole 86 bases. \ .W" ., j"' --- ;

I'd be very surprised if those aren't records. i < i i r. ? t r+J1H T : 1'1'IJ..JPO"
Pitching records are even more difficult to zero in on. The '
team totals of 188V innings pitched and 239 strikeouts are probably _;, ; LivingIt; 'V .you, morethau- .it costs.

best-evers. and maybe the team earned run average of ,, j > J5' P'f

2.60.' Individually Allen's 96 strikeouts might be a record (as j s.r __.._ ..y.a... .... .-.. ... .._. rai.nn NI d/Pl 1N1 NTOSJ 1 Y OJ Mj
might be his eight victories as a'' freshman in 1979)). Goodge's :ARIi"1hRAAr4'wt 37 '30I
1.63ERA and two no-hitters would have to be considered in I : .1Y.Lt r ,.._
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League opened its fifth week with
seven teams still very much in the
s m 1svr hunt for the three Sub-District Tour- went 4-for-4 with home runs to
S its c. nament berths available to Starke spark Kingsley Lake, which batted
t teams. around in the first inning.

I : Kingsley and Church of God both Bennett also doubled and scored 4
claimed two easy wins to go to 7-0 and times, while Greg Alvarez and Darren
5-2 respectively while Calvary was Hardee were 3-4, Dwayne Hardee
also 2-0, winning its second and third was 2-3 with a double, Donnie Elder
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: straight, to Improve to 5-3 and move and Billy MrRae 2-3, Doug Crawford
into a fourth place tie with First 2-4 with a double, and Mike McRae

Methodist which lost to Hope Baptist doubled.
w t : ,9-5 last Thursday. Jerome Kelly and Jeff Woods were

Floe's win held it in third place 2.3 for Brooker Baptist.

wit. 4 5-2 mark. Madison St. is 4-4 and May 14
4 in E, th. Church Qf God IS-Jr. Stars 2
Individually Doug Mains of Pine (forfeit)
Level Baptist was a bright light in a Church of God had the chance to
losing cause for his team homeringfive win this game by: the 15-run rule but
times in three games, all losses. when the potential winning run was
May 19 held up at third on a long fly ball the

r I Calvary 13 Madison St. 9 runner easily could have scored on
f ? Buddy Padgett was 2-for-3 and his the Jr. Stars were called off the field

rPr three-run homer in the sixth inningwas by Coach Herman Schoening, putting
the big blow in Calvary Baptist's the game in the books as a forfeit win
13-9 victory Tuesday. for Church of God.
j Richard Slade was 2-4 with a triple Prior to the halt Sam Bassett was
h Billy Burgin 2-4 with 3 runs,and Mike 2-for-2 for the winners while Harvey
Ames doubled for the winners. Rhoden and Mark Mosley went 2-3,

Tom Sellers, Gary Robinson, and Fairlon McClellah tripled, and
Clinton Sellers were all 2-2 for Douglas Bennett, Charles McKinney
J Turning Madison St. while Andy Jordan was and Randy Joyner were 11.
2-4 with a double and Jackson 1-1. Greg Chambers was 2.2 and Shane
Johnson 1-1 for the Jr. Stars.
I 1. Church of God 18 SM/Ep. 3 .
.5 Topsy-Turvy Havey Smith tripled twice, and Madison SI. IS SM/Pres. It
,- Bubba Cole, Daryl Hilliard, and St. 'Marks/Presbyterian poured
I''I" Blaine Dyal were all 3-for-4 in Churchof home 8 runs in the fourth inning but
r4ilt.'Y. ... .:... I'W.hI' ,lot._I Most of the night was devoted to tumbling to music when God's third straight win. .' behind/ Ralph Morgan and Chambers,
I-' ... 'rei .. ,,'' the girls from the Bradford Middle School Gymnastics Club Cole and Mark Mosley had two- who both went 3-for-4, Madison St.
: '-. ......._ ,' 'rl put on a show at the BMS: gymnasium last Tuesday night. baggers and Tom Bailey was 2-3. Baptist won this close game.
; But the capper of the evening was just plain tumbling Larry Paterson was 1-1 for St. Morgan doubled for the winners
without music. Marks/1st Presbyterian.May while Gary Robinson ripped a pair of
1 The girls formed a human pyramid (top) as the crowd 18Brookt'r two-baggers. Gary Melvin had
anticipated what was introduced as "the world's highest another double, Clinton Sellers was
Level 7
jump in Bradford County" by Club instructor and narrator Robinson 11- Pine 3-for-4 with a double 2-3, and Bob Patterson was 1-1.
) Annie Williams. Jackie Davis the juniper then threw Joe was and William Dale Buchanon doubled and Lonnie
while Jerome Kelly
herself Into, definitely not over, the wall of bodies which Harrell also 3-4 and Eddie Lewis Zurfluh, Matt Herres, and Padgettwere
tumbled down Into a pile of giggling girls (left) as the were all 24.Kingsley .
doubled to lead Brooker Baptist over
crowd of and watchers in the
parents joined laughter. 12 Pine Level 4
and the losersin
Pine Level past
"" .. Earlier the girls displayed the more serious gymnasticsmoves Baptist standings. Roger Bennett and Curtis Crawford
the Church
they've learned since the Club started I'/a! years ago. League blasted homers, Doug Crawford
Mains 2-3 with a two-run
,r # Such as the back walkover Chris Sherwin performs Doug was smacked Darren Hardee
J IS r[ homer for Pine Level. Also, Richard two triples, :
bottom left mud the forward straddle Tracy Clark (facing and Alvarez was went 2-for-2 with a double, C. Brown '
I \" I .""'t' I I camera) and Elizabeth Payne do in mirror fashion (lower Crane tripled Greg was also 2-2,and Billy McRae was 3-4 :

""""' J- .' right). 34. as Kingsley Lake broke a 0-0 two inn- ,
.. /I .. The show, which also Included intricate routines by the Methodist 13. Jr. Stars 6 ing standoff to beat Pine Level Bap--
: a more experienced girls of the Florida Gymnastics Center Kevin Tillman smashed two
... .. of Gainesville, was the first for the BMS Club but Mrs. homers and Erie Biggs and Doug tist.For Pine Level Doug Mains :
Williams promised the show will go on next year. Reddish smacked four-baggers powdered two homers, Wayne ,
Pictured In the pyramid above are: bottom row. left to themselves as 1st Methodist used a Blankenship was 3.3. and Lee Casey ,
right Tonya Mitchell Malda Delestra, Danny Jordan, seven-run first-inning to beat the Jr. 2-3 with a double. .,
Mike Flynn Samantha Harmon Chris Sherwin, and Connie Stars. Methodist 5 .
Hope 9- 1st >
Carter: middle row.J. to r., Catherine Simmons, Shiela Tillman and Reddish were 3-for-4 .
Duane Searley. Pat Murphy,, and '.. '.., 0
for the winners and John Denmark
night, Elizabeth PaynerTraey Clarke-ami Tracy-Oentonr-: '
all 2-fo1'-3 and
Joey Dampier went 'n -
L''OIL! Itavvl.llJ r.. SlephJwIe Dupes, .K i",a'hoxlp r.U'LMlsl\I t. was 3-3 with a double. ffoT'the; '/Hope Baptist used,a six run,third 4nn-n) bcw
,-tU I ld qrp .Wimltplly. '.", < .,//oII' u, Jimmy Schoening was : to 1st Methodist 9-5 in battle '" >M
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r tr!! 'p $ Tommy Crosby both 11.
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May 15 John Denmark doubled for the
,' ; .' .'- Calvary Pine Level 7 losers who two hits from
,1'''' \ got Jerry
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r A Richard Slade, Gene Vanzant, and
These /games were not published in
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a; last week's
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+ I nights as Calvary Baptist dropped
f -\\t r ,,Y' Pine Level Baptist into sixth place. May 12
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Shortstop Doug Mains was the big 1
wheel for Pine Level, belting an RBI Andy Jordan; Leaton Morgan, Bob'ci;;" t
double and then two solo homers by Patterson, Tom Sellers and Gary
r t" ,F. 7C 1 before Calvary intentionally walked Robinson delivered base hits in the
him with the bases loaded and one out big inning for the winners. Morganand
in the last. Stanley Hamilton was 2.4 Jordan had two hits for the game.

'fu" for the losers. Ricky Johns 3-for-3 for the losers.

.\. ', W Kingsley 18 Brooker"3 for more see 1'Pageli1"IK'1 '1Itudl.) SOFTBALL
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The Dominos won three times and Also for the winner&Sheryl, Jackson ing were all 3-for-4 as the Dominos .:
the Saints won their only game of the Women's Open was 2-4 with a triple and Joy Maines blanked Alligator Creek Ranch last 9G..d
week to lead Women's League teams doubled. Tuesday.
this week. Softball Peggy Morrissey flad the loridbaie.. Parrish had a homer and double, '
Those two clubs meet Thursday, rap for the Slaves:' -- ,- Lee tripled and doubled, Smith and 'o. '

May 21, at Pratt St. at 8 p.m. The May 14 Joy Mains tripled, and Edith Sapp 1
Dominos lead the league with a 9-0 Dominos 9 Dazzlers 0 Results that "StdrTt make 'the doubled for the winners. -
mark with the Dazzlers. winners of Terri Parrish slammed a two-run Telegraph last weak: t Linda Sheffield and Jan Powell had
five of ther last six:, in second at 6-3, homer. Sheryl Jackson added a solo 22 11Saintsl0Slavele' the loser's only hits. .

and the Saints third with a 4-4 mprk.A shot, and Lorna Leasure was 2-for-2 Mays. ". Dazzlers 13- Slaves 10 .
couple of scores were reported incorrectly with a double as the Dominos blankedthe )?O Pokey Jenkins was for-3 with an
in last week's Telegraph. Dazzlers last Thursday.Gail Vicki O'Connell, Betty Jean Hud in-the-park homer, and Edna Allen
First in a game played Tuesday, May Lee was 3-4 with a triple for the son, Vicky Rosier, and Mary Brownall went 3-4 with a triple and "Red" Horn J
12, it was the Dazzlers over the Saints winners and both Edith Sapp and stroked two hits for the winners, 3-4''with a double as the Dazzlers clipped .e9-
12-10, not Dazzlers over the Rowdies. Debra Gilpin were 23. with one of Brown's hits going for two Lawtey's Slaves. _
And the score of the Saints Alligator Rowdies 7 Slaves 4 bases and Melanie Evans adding a Kelley Richard was 4-for-4 with two
Creek game was 30-4 Saints, net 18-4 Lawtey's Slaves led 4-0 through triple. triples and a double for the Slaves.
V Kelly Richards wcs 3-for-4 for the '
as reported.
four innings but the Rowdies exploded Slaves while Daune Overman and
May 19 O .for'a seven-spot in the fifth to win. Joan Saunders
were and Libby
"* 2.4
Dominos 31 Rowdies Belinda Brown was 3-for-4, Ginny
In a game they began with.just nine.'. .Kiley': 2.2, and Dawn Roberts and Hudgins doubled. 2nd Lipton Tea __
players on the field out of respect for Sharen Gohagen both 2.3 for the win- Dazzlers 30 Alligator Creek 2 Mixed Doubles \
Parrish their teamtffe who Pokey Jenkins poked two home
Terri was ners while Fritzi Stoppelbein cracked
in a'car accident'last runs, a triple and went 5-for-S and Tourney Slated #
seriously injured .,a double in the big seven-run inning. '
week, the Dominos'ripped 22 hits"in I... ,...ALaiulyn.Lee, Libby Hudgins and Nancy Hannah Teston"Red", Horn Gail, and Crews Edna, Penny Allen Dates for the 2nd Annual Lipton Ice r!
blasting the KpwdT&TT:\es'day'Sheryl Daune Overman were all 3-4 for the Tea mixed doubles tennis tournamentfor iiI
also hit home for the winners.
night. : ';i f.M-.r' i-, ..Joser$' runs Bradford County have been set for \.t1
: Jean Tanner 2-for-4 with five II .
"jlckson; wgt4rfgr"" with a.C I IinsidethjparkhongrJind '", -. stay 13 was June 2227. !. ,
"runs, while Allen went 3-5. Crews 3-4, .
,; Ieewas Saints IS Alligator Cr. 4 .
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I and 23. <- The single elimination tourney will ...JIA f.1
?. ; : anger Q. Sandra Cauley was 3-for-4 with two Libby have teams of men and women vieingfor .
worth threArunsrfus.il' do) tAe, Gloria(.). VtouMes,.'Vj kx l Hosier 3-4 with a trf.pl -' Linda Pressley was 2-2 for Creek a spot in the Sectional tournamentof .\'k 1
Sapp went; -5 wiHraimtliei 'iiialde; ttie" le,''and park homer, and Gail Lee was 3-5 lead Bradford Furniture's Saints to Kay Thornton 1-1. which has national finals played at
with a doub e for the Dominos. Debra ktory last Wednesday night.t.G1PennyAderholtwa2.3 Saint I5RowdiesaSandra ', the Sawgrass Club in Florida.Entries t'e'R
adiWd triple.*. 2htDPUY1 for the winners Cauley went ..4-for-5 with a are. limited to Bradford County S\
Dawn w rU led the Rowdies witha an'".Viol ..VIt&1MWood slapped a- "double and Viola Haguewood scored residents. ?O'd -"

2-2 nig double. J Hi \> O ; "c thre 'times to lead the Saints, who Cost is$4 per couple to cover trophy ...,.\.
Dazzle' 3. Alllg.l4fr Qo. :311 I 02 ii I r> o, Both jan Powell and Susan Baftgt.were !t tallied eight runs on eight hits in,their J costs1 e'" .
SueTeston Fu went 3-for-3. and Nancy 2-3 for Alligator Creek Ranch.ominos '--.;- _,:nrsl.''))aUQ grab the lead for good." .Matches will' be. best of three sets
ra ves ': fn Francis Stoppelbein! doubled for the witMa3' } 12-point tiebreaker at S-all. e

ble, to le| he Dazzlers to thei s i. ,j 'dQUl .,:,[ lce1 "I1Jl1k 1. Each'team furnishes their own balls ',,; 'te :
win of th st six. \I DI I 5 l Id j j (preferably PENN). __, q
Zina ullougn was 2-3 a the played nearly flawless Dominos, 2t! Alligator Creek 0 Entry: forms should be available 1y

LuanneCreek t tripled for Alligator d Jf-fl QQne-hitting Lawtey's efiF rrlsri.' Diane Smltb .L1nd4..., tceeit' Starke Rec.Department "\ '._,+ 'J1i'r L

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Defense is the subj Q'fT( iq vpt'aa 91 VtA!just:-don't seem to be mentally some action the last two yean at defensive end, where he starteU mucn i
we take an in-depth look at the Brad tough and we're not that aggressive monster and is number one there of last season.
ford High School football. team during said Sexton Monday. "Once they get a entering his senior season and Larry Barry Reddish (Sr, 160) and Chuck
Spring workouts? little bit of that aggressive nature I Long (Jr 140) is up from the JV and Williams.Sr 173), both varsity lettermen -
The Tornadoes( whdjwUl be trying! think things will start falling in place number one at the corner opposite and Billy Rehberg(So 140) of
to turn around-last season's 3-7 varsity for us." Thomas. Brad Russell (So 145): now last season's ninth grade squad are
mark next Fall, go/fagaigst the Asked how he can instill that just a ninth-grader, has been working also working at defensive end. Also
1980-81 graduates in the Junior Senior "aggressive nature" and "mental at safety. working at defensive tackle Steve
game Friday night, May 22"at; 8 p.m. toughness" the defensive coordinator Backups in she secondary are Carter(Jr 175).and Kenny Bright (Sr
They get another pre-season test with answered: "They've got to start Phillip Sloan(Jr 145),Mel vin Bandies .160) and working with Wright at
the Pala.tka Spring r { t (Jr 145), and offensive bick-wideout noceguard la offensive
Jamboree J the meeting with a little bit of success... rt starter Randy
following Friday night, May?29. The that builds up a kid's ego and he starts Craig Sapp (Jr 145)). Luke Sr 162).
Tornadoes will play Palatka in the second making progress." "They'll go after you,"Hartley said Two linebackers up with the varsityare
period and St. Augustine in Secondary Coach Mike Hartley of his crew. "As a total group they're Grant Williams (Jr 150)), who
period three of the jamboree. which, doesn't have the aggressiveness problem harder hitters than I've had lately played JV ball last year, and Don
kicks off at 7:30.: he said Monday this Spring's they just need some work on techni- Green (So .89). who was with the .
(Grades listed in this preview are secondary might be the hardest hit. ques. The concern I have is speed. ninth grade last season. :.
the players year in school next ting one he's worked with of late. But Daryl and Larry have Just average According to Sexton the defense is
season). he has a different complication: a speed and In certain situations that having to solve two problems handedit
lack of numbers. could hurt us. We have to be in the by the Tornado offense. On the one
Only five players have been working I ti'r right position, read our keys and do hand the passing offense being installed -
The Defense: full-time in the defensive .n { things as a unit back there "cuz we I by BHS"Is forcing us to make a lot
BHS Defensive Coordinator Mike backfield so everybody goes virtually 4 don't have the speed to make up for of adjustments," said Sexton. "We're .
Sexton sees one thing he likes about full-time.And if one man misses prac- our mistakes." getting a good look at the passing at- :
the '81 stop crew: "They're working tice somebody else has to slide into a Ill Up front the Tornadoes return five tack.
real hard and putting out a lot of effort less familiar position. starters from last year. "Also we're getting a good look at
right now. Brian Thomas (Sr, 155), a returnerat Dale Buchanon (Jr 198) is back at the trap on our tackles. We're havinga
But when he starts listing the cornerback, was the only starter I II defensive tackle, Mark Crews (Sr hard time combining on that play.
minuses the stack gets a little bit working in the secondary as of last I 151)) returns at linebacker Bruce The noseman's got to fight off that
higher: A lack of aggressiveness and week. Emmett Watkins (Jr 170), who Rehberg(Sr 182) is again at defensiveend double-team we need to get a good
mental toughness are the two major started at safety the last half of his and Kenny Wright (Jr 160)), last feel from the linebacker on the trap
factors holding the defense back in sophomore campaign, has been busy ;. p h, year's second leading tackler behind side, and get that tackle closed down. :
Spring workouts Sexton says. working the quarterback duties. graduating Kevin Reddish is at We seem to get a tandem of one or two :
noseguard.Charles Brown(Sr 166) of those things but not all three 'em .
"Two basic things are hurting us, Daryl Thornton (Sr 160)) has seen e an of
offensive line starter. is working at going together." :
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"We've got some big kids... a couple sity come next year or drop down to '
fast ones... and most all of them JV.One SR-21 NorthKeystone
are pretty good ones as far as attitude of the JV spots affected by in- .
goes." experience on the varsity is quarter- n Shops Suite 5
That was JV Coach Rick Stephens' back, where JV signal-caller Craig .r: E&t
capsule description of the group of Sapp and freshman QB Richie Fender -' ..". Phone 473-3604 :
some 63 eighth and ninth graders he have both been promoted to the varsi- ; ""t>>AI

and assistant coaches Lanier Clyatt ty. Randy Alvarez is at present the Hours 9 a.m. 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. 6 p.m. .
JV with John David
and Cole Childers are now rounding only quarterback
Francis, Gordon Smith and Robert Tackling is the Name of the Game on Defense :
into shape to be next Fall's JV and Wed. & Fri.
ninth grade football squads. Bellamy handling the chores for next Brian Thomas top, rides baryl Thornton to the ground as the two Tornado Mon.. Tues..
17 ninth graders, all but two having year's freshman. defensive backs go through sideline tackle<<: drills. 9 a.m.p.m.. Thursdays
freshman team experience under
their belts, are working as JV's in the Modern X-Ray Physical Therapy Facilities
4 two-week old Spring drills with the 45
Bradford Middle School eighth /
graders coming over each afternoon BRRDFDRD GAS AGE
being groomed to suit up for the ninth
grade team in the Fall.
Just as was done last year the two
groups will practice and play as SERVICE Come In Early! ;
seperate units. Next week week they :
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eighth grade' ninth grade game, 9B4-GIE- Take Advantage Of The Real i iI
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LEGALS .JJit.Jm1f. 'i11

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IN THE CIRCUIT, COURT. NO PROPERTY -...-- r-1------nr: _,_,;-:: hHjate"4- -k-'-- :

FOR BRADFORD COUNTY 0 -Tdr'JAMESTmTNtJs:;- ; ; ; ttoner, tlt nWJ Wire 1

FLORIDA.. CIVIL AC. 2128 Barth Avenue Indianapolis and file the original with. DAV* IYCHoibor tl on .II. gIEug.:\ J- I Gftes J. .> W11t0 the

TION. CASE NO. II.. Indiana. I > V rfV *< .- ( 21
YOU ARE HEREBY .ItYI4tlir ) > ov I ; I'I!. .t. l' ,": '"1' : ; rt

CLIFFORD W. NOTIFIED that an action ."". .. CE m ?t nd rot., Ion. Counseling The first half ,; ijL '

PREVATT.Plaintiff. for Dissolution p'..n '- I OF ACTIONTO Escort Health Support Housing Related Social Dixie Youth Major JJeagUe f ajor
rloge has beW' :c lleooolr fm i? ,i 4wt( againstkoJ. : DAVID LYCANS. Current Group and Transportation. The services will be the hottest things going wltfl'thkfe
;: fir the relief Residence and Ad- 0 ed within the foijowing Counti : ."' 1'I
v* >M" you JAMES T. ... ot ,T-I !' figuring to 'go down to the final day
DOROTHY .C ,f FEITNER qrjd yoU ore\re\ i demanded In the" com dressnP "" ''n Vifii Friday and an outside chance at a
'\... tH 'ft a' v.tf N.. ..
GREENLEE and CLIVB E.WOIERSON. quired. serve a'copy ofyoup..wi4en plaint o. P."iYl'4'ITNiSS \ YO H V&Jv mfSf&Jr.CIBCBV K .,L {,:.::.Ii.,: four-way deadlock. ,::$ .6.
'defenses : y r hand and NOTIFIED (rial on action lIu. "II 5-4 win over Lawte;
KAREN SUE If ... T2"19 :: .;; :'... The first place Mets were etigedrttf, J
any' to It. the plain- .. the:veal' of this Court on 'for DI..I II .. -J--.r. IL&L' :: ":; =; ; &aSti&d Williams scatter e4ailey } i
CARNES end M. on .. ; the Braves (5-4) and Giants ((17-15:
PHILLIP CARNES tiff' attorney wbo..' '< April 24, 1981. 'log.'l>..n tW.ciugainst r i.R.E.C._5ro3foTJsu"nonTrlCounty ;; 58300.20 Gold hits and struck out 10 i:( >
aspqrtners
32520.06Hernanda last week dropping the Mets to 6-3
doing nome and address .Is Gilbert S. Brown. As you In the above gain the pitching win. The ottigM0 !
Clerk of the Court, By: styled action and arc 10000.00 compared to Lawtey Blue's 5-3. Just a. Rich s
business as .PINE DUDLEY P. HARDY Esquire you )
Pierce & Marian McRae, as Deputy required to serve a behind are the Giants and Bra.Vi&n! \ W'P' tf1_ aRms
BROOK VILLAGE Hardy. .. L 'B ..v.r lit. 21Q37.06 aren'tjfatf, ...
P.A.. P.O. Drawer 1030.J Clerk ,.. !l! U ..'1 u (if.CflY chlnd .lundjs { '. '. ; both 5-4., and the Dodgers ""
DEVELOPERS, a Florida f. There is a ten percenpTO:"]}| m'f -' ,::9 ) ,_ off the at 44. The Braves have
fifg
5/7 4tchg : .n I t T t pace .
General Partnership.Defendants. Starket; Florida, 32091 j 1/ OI'NS requirement for submllfal/ upon award ol the lijn < !. as
four of last five .
their to
lorWif..tltlP.t..tfmo won vauIUntA
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and file the original with CALL FOR BIDS Attorney funds. tf* Jf:%! :??,-V:; j-.. TM'i wo..hlts eadlt for Go
the '
playoff
the clerk ol the above SEALED- BIDS L.WILL U ; Proposal format and In.'rucitall'.b.' \ ; obtained .. picture. !I'stfd'MJenksns: added a single. '
The first half winner meets the winner
styled. court ,
NOTICEOF on orbefore RECEIVED BY,' ,fiE CITY i* AglnfJ Office
from the Area Agency
) .. of the second half (which starts
ACTIONTO June 15. 1981. CITY May 13
COUNCIL OF THE 13th Street Suite C,
: DOROTHY C. otherwise a |udgment OF LAWTEY. FLORIDA Florida. 32666 on or District III. 3008 N.W. next Wednesday) in a best two out of;dP libants 9 Dodgers S

GREENLEE. :2424Kanawoha may be ..nt.redagllln.t AT THE CITY HALL IN before! the/ ,19th. day eta Gainesville, Florida 3260t; <904V| 8.6649, three game series for the league title't l'. Colburn smacked t
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Boulevard. you for the relief LAWTEY. FLORIDA, "UN JuoiTelA l\Ind\ file till.* i ] OJhe:;Area Agency oA "pt44rVe5' } $ right:' at the end of the year. Rec. Director doubles, Gary Wise was %2-for-4 anfe
demanded In the "- orlglnd!r*With the Clerk of to'reject any and all bids. Godwin said if the first half
complaint Cheryl
East Charleston. WestVirginia TIL 7:30: P.M. ON JUNE 1 Michael Gray singled but it was Gler
25801 or petition. 1981, AT WHICH TIME this Court either before /27 2tcha 5128 ends in a a two-way playoff a one M'Barnes who scored the' winning rafter

WITNESS my hand and AND PLACE ALL BIDS service' on Petitioner's ",. game playoff will decide that title. i-.eatflffig: oh a fielder's choice i

YOU ARE NOTIFIED the seal of this Court on RECEIVED WILL BE atlomoy.o..lm..JI..t.ty- In the last week of the first half race the sixth inning for the Giants.

that an Action fa May 12. 1981. PUBLICLY OPENED AND thereat""' otherwise a he Dodgers were to meet the Braves For the Dodgers Stacey Bowen raj
Default will be e.ntered Personalized
foreclose a mortgage Gilbert S. Brown. As READ ALOUD ON THE for the relief. r and L. Blue take on Lawtey Gold .pad.two doubles, Stacey Green'daub
Clerk of the Court By: against you
on the following property FOLLOWING: Wednesday. May 20. Then Friday ed, and Brad Green and Kent Ha
demanded In the petition. Letterheads
In Bradford County Faye Whltehead as I & Stationary I II
Clark. night. May 22, the Giants meet rison had singles. '
Florida: Deputy 1968 Ford 4000 Tractor Lawtey Blue at Pratt St. at 7 p.m.
WITNESS hand and
5/14 4tchg 6/4. my
Section 25 All of the P.T.O.. 3 pi. Hydrauliclift the seal of this Court on I BRADFORD PRINTERS with the Mets and Dodgers squaringoff Braves & -'Mets 4.
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North half of NEVi East' IN THE CIRCUI1 engine. Excellent cylinder condi.tgos this 8th day 'of May I HO W. Call St. 964-5764 at 8:30. Ron Brown went 2-for-4 with a double

1981. May 19 and scored the winning run as th< 1
of State Rood No. 13, COURT. EIGHTH tion. Can be seen at
except that portion JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Lawtey Water Complex. Gilbert S. Brown. Giants 17 Mets 15: Braves dealt the Mets just their second

previously' conv.y.d FLORIDA IN AND FOR Clark of the Court. By: Chuck Colburn. who was 3-for-3 loss of the year., .

for rood rightofway.Lying BRADFORD COUNTY, Send sealed bids to Marian McRae. as Deputy with a double and 4 runs, doubled Tom Watson was 2-3 for the winners

and being In FLORIDA. Lawtay City Clerk P.O. Clerk. home Robby McRae and Mark David Williams doubled, ancf

Township 7 South. CIVIL ACTION Drawer G. lawtey Fl. 5/14 4tchg 6A.NOTICE. ens Traylor in the bottom of the sixth to Richie Taylor, J: Johnson, and Dale

Range 21 East' Bradford Case No. 81..131.In 32058 Bids will be open. OPINTENTION. !::1 give the Giants a wild 17-15 win over Brown/ added singles.

County Florida. re' : Th. Marriage of ed June 1st at council -ir2L Real Estate the Mets.It Stephen Jones.homered in the los-

Lets and Except: Two LAWRENCE H. NOTMAN. meeting.THE TO REGISTER was definitely a hitter's game. ing cause for the Mets. Also Jason

parcels which have Husband and FRANCES FICTITIOUS For the winners Glen Barnes was 3-4 Huggins doubled, and Jamey Carver.

been released as KAY BELLAMY NOTMAN SAID CITY RESERVE! NAME 986 N. Temple with a triple and double. Michael Drew Davis and Hal Woods singled.
recorded in Official Wife. THE RIGHT TO ACCEP1 964-7828
Gray was 3-4 with a double Tommy

372 Record and Book Official 150 Record, page NOTICEOF OR REJECT ANY OR All Pursuant to Section Jones went 2-3, and Richie Barnes, .. ,. May13

SUIT- BIDS. 865.09. Floilda Statute, GEORGE ROBERTS Broker Gary Wise, and Stefan Wheeler 2-4. L. Blue 10 Dodgers H
look
181 207 PROPERTYTO
NO
public records page of' Bradford : LAWRENCE H. NOT. CITY OF LAWTEY notice is hereby given ASSOCIATES Wheeler Barnes, and McRae had In a wild game spiced with 29 base
that the
und..lgn.d.LAMAR ,
doubles. hits John Hamilton was 3-for-3 with a
County Florida. MAN. 4 Chapman Drive, FLORIDA By: Lucille Weekends and Evenings Call
A BARBARA For the Mets Hal Wood was 3-4. 'triple. Mike Rourke 3-4 and Jeffery
Park Shuford. Clerk.5TI .
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Lexington City Richard Roberts 964-5595 Ann Godwin "-St59Patsy
has been filed ogalnstyou Maryland 20653. 2tchg 5/21 DUDLEY 1755 NorthTemple slamming two homers and a double, McClellani 2-3 with a triple to lead
Norman "-
964-6579 Heading
'and you are required YOU ARE HEREBY Ave.. Starke, Fl SlIces Drew Davis was 3-4 with two doubles, Lawtey Blue \\o the close win.
Linda W. Johns 964-6097
to serve o copy NOTIFIED that an action IN THE CIRCUIT 32091 joint owners, do- John R. Smith 964-6217 Jason Huggins 3-4 with a triple and Chris Cribbs tripled for, the winners

of your written for Dissolution of marriage COURT. EIGHTH Ing business under the HOMES STARKE double Steve Jones and Randy and Robert Starling S. Anders, Tammie -
firm of DUDLEY'SWESTERN
defenses, If any to It has been filed JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF name 1755 '3BR. IB. frm garage. 90'xlOO' 'lal-Calllns PI. Stainer both 2-2 with doubles, Jason Giddens and Terellis Johnson

on RICHARD E. WELTY. oaalnst you Lawrence H. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR North Temple DUDS Ave Frame home on 2 lots with warehouse-Walnut St. Crews tripled Jamey Carver doubled added singles.

Plaintiff's attorney, Nolman and you or. required BRADFORD COUNTY. Starke Fl 32091, intendsto 19, Block, Fenced 625 Pinewood Dr. twice, Brian Whitehead and Brian Brad Green was 4-for-4 with a double -

whose addresv is 954 to serve. a copy of FLORIDA.' register sold fictitious '3BR. 1B. .'Block nice 1320 Searing St. Davis were both %-3. and David Burns Jimmy Wilson homered and

North Temple Avenue. your written defenses, If CIVIL ACTION nome under the provisions "3BR. 2B 21CO sq. ft.LA. aprx. 1A.. w/rnt. apts.-IOOW. 11. doubled and Randall Polk was 2-2 for
Post Office' Box 995. any to It. on the plain. Case No. 81191.In 2BR,2B-Park Place. the Also
of aforesaid Frame hems goad location Dodgers. ;Stacey Bowen and
Starke, Florida 32091. of May IS
tiffs attorney whose re: The Marriage
on or before June 13; name and address Is FREDDIE D. WILKISON. statute. OUT.OF.TOWN HOMES Braves 5 L. Gold 4 Stacey Green' doubled Dewey
and file the Dated 'this i 14th day of I Off The Braves five hits 'Williams was'2-4. and Kevin Blanken-
1981
Dudley P. Hardy Esquire Husband and HATTIE MOBILE HOMI-1 97. Champion en ac. Bayless Hwy. managed just
original with the Clerkof Pierce & Hardy. SUE WILKISON. Wife., May. A.D. 1981 In Bradford '3BR 1$, frm. 21 acres, 3-ear garage-M.L. Starling Rd. but Dewey Williams and Alonzo hip, Jody Brown and Jason Brown

this Court either P.A. P.O. Drawer 1030. NOTICEOF Florida. 5/21 4tpd "4BR IB, frame" large lot, Lake Butler. Williams produced two of them in the singled., .

before service on Plain Starke. Florida 32091 SUIT- 6/11. '3BR. 2B. Stucco Fireplace 301 South. bottom of the last and then came '

tiffs attorney or Immediately and file the original with NO PROPERTYTO IN THE CIRCUIT large lot, 2 mobile homes-Sampson Lake Rd. around to score to give the Braves a Mrts 17 L. Cold fl I '

thereafter; the clerk of the above : HA11IE SUE COURT EIGHTH 'Beautiful 4 R.2B. brick. apx. 10A-W. of lawtey. Drew Davis went 4-for-5 withtwo

otherwise, a default styled' court on or WILKISON Route' 2, Box JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN .F'o..... < BR, IB lg.outbldg.apx. A.-Stern Rd. home runs and Steve Jones smackedtwo

will be entered against before. June 15, 1981, 1019. Franklin North AND FOR BRADFORDCOUNTY '3 BR. IB frame 100x75 lot w/garage In Hampton. homers to pace Ihe Mets.

you for the relief otherwise a judgment Carolina. FLORIDA, Pool. FP. 3BR. 2B Brick-Country Club area 1 m RORUNDL.I Jamie Carver, Jason Muggins
demanded In the Com may be entered against YOU ARE HEREBY CASE NO. 81.18.WALDEN Dudef'Paladlno, Hal Wood. Sean
SA., 3BR. 2B S.R. 100E.
plaint. you for the relief NOTIFIED that an action B. Large appro* ::! REiUlY Binder Brian Davis, and Kristin AI-

Witness my hand and demanded In the com for Dissolution of mar. WADSWORTH ACREAGE .n,* -i day added singles*,for the winners.

seal of this Court on plaint or petition. 'lage has been filed Plaintiff .360 Acres on Marklee Starling read. Phone 964-7700 For Lawtey Gold Quinn Adams

May 12. 1981 A.D. WITNESS my hand and against you Hattie Sue '14 Acres*off US-301 South. 393 N. Temple Avenue homered Allen Wood was 2-3. Jamie

Gilbert S. Brown as> the seal ol this Court on /Vilklson and you are required vsARTHUR BRUNO et ol, '7 acres 2 trailer hook-ups -Crosby Lake Shores rews doubled and Sam Pernagflio.

Clerk of the Circuit May ?, 1981.Gilbert to serve 0 copy ofJouyWtltsfl Defendants.NOTII .lake I Sontpson Lake IN CITY noO'{. ,,'{I'" .:II'f
Icrfc lIy Gaultl'lUohn'
Court. Marian BraNwn. defer ,t > ,toj :au.t: ,. trA'ppre 3 blk. haune: 1 1 i
As
by: S. "e""" ,1, OIs.3IrfIsG"4'IP3RECLOSURE >lreately. I acres In Lavnev >M.a .. BM concrete" ueH .t )wens singled. :)01'I
McRae. Deputy Cle.elv...,::.Cleft-d"the" Coyrt' By: any) to it. ontiff's /he p'ojryt' SALE .1 6 acre-Off : .
SRJJ3. ,
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.' ywnosV. ... ,R t'tti.i'i" ,,,. riksA pt. ,. ,"fI.I
5/ 4tchg6/l. Faye N. Whiteh'od, as attorney Piiblic notice is.hereby .'/,' ctcretvloblle Home lot WoodtancVAcres. with bath "fo* additional
Standings thru Tue. W.L
Deputy Clerk. name and address Is given that pursuant 'to Beautiful 10 Club 0'_. living area or could bet
IN THE CIRCUI1 5/14 6/4. P. Hardy. Et- acres-Country Mets ,.43lawtey
4tchg Dudley
and in strict accordancewith Nice lot Club. rented. Can be bought fur- ." ".."', '"
COURT. EIGHTH Country Blue "
quire. Pierce, 8 Hardy. the Summary Final Inlshed or unfurnished. 5.3
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN IN THE CIRCUIT P.A. P.O. Drawer 1030. Judgment of Foreclosure Giants 5."

AND FOR BRADFORD COURT. EIGHTH Starke. Florida 32091. entered in this cause on 20 ACRES HAMPTON .. Braves 5.4

COUNTY. FLORIDA. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF and file, the original with May 13th. 1981 the Real Estate' AREA I Dodgers 44Lawtey
PROBATE DIVISION. FII.No.81.52.CP. FLORIDA. IN AND FOR the clerk of the above undersigned Clerk cf Ralph Bryan |.8
Cleared mostly planted In GOld.
BRADFORD COUNTY styled court on or said Court, will on the ..._u _.._.._.. .._ ___: .
In re: E.tot. of FLORIDA. before. June 5. 1981, .uo nnyvv .SJUS
3rd day of June 1981 .9.; i iu
FLORENCE V. KUMMER, CIVIL ACTION otherwise a judgment sell the 'following ESTATEIB! .; ids _nom.D>> mOl
Deceased. entered RALPH BRYAN REAL 30 ACRES AAVREAL t
Case No. 81198. may be against described real > .
Ifibb.J rfqloC"I
PrV flft\/j lAD .
NOTICE OF In Th. Marriage ol for the relief With stream thru property: ESTATEAGENCY r
re:
you situate in Bradford= : 3 JO W. Call St.toJnCor. t't
ADMINISTRATIONThe /MARVIN I. McKINNEY, demanded in the com to-wWtoD:: grill I >> >> $770.00 per acre.IS ,:k. ] "h.rtZ

Husband Plaintiffvs plaint or petition. ty plorida ... ,u'lotZ VII ;.I US 301 A Call,.) Ph.7SJ-OS7J yinIFY atM e .rtto' ', !

administration of WITNESS my hand and A of land in ACRES BROOKER AREA "noM I"oO"We
parcel lying \ vllmol a 964-8788, ANYTIME 5. ,.."" .n" '
the estate of FLORENCEV. DEBORAH ANN McKINNEY the seal of this Court on he NE % of NE'/. of Section Call J.R. Kelly for details. OfFERS: '001 Tha. ou, cT....Si' a.oID'.
KUMMER. deceased.File rAaJWtflMDA .. tt .. ..lJIml9;< b.s Thqrsoqiosl' .....onsttw
WileDefendant April, 30. 1981. 30 Township 7 Y9-5p.ro. 5 A TURD V 9-12 > ,.. J' .up"... .

Number 81.52.CP. Gilbert S. Brown At South Range 22 East hh .>'Weto/rijs/ and} Sundays by appointmentobholfrolph GOOD LOCATION 3 qo : '(bo'rf,8; ia'e jr Suite se ... nok.II. 'hl 'r{ 1tctt'
13302. is pending In the NOIlCE Clerk of the Court. By: ...1I.O".ee1i&J.d.
Hampton Bra "ulb )0' P. REALTOR 12 acres of good land 3 By UOl :VCH?CANQUdistoisT / w. : ad
Circuit Court for Brad- r : Bryon,
OF SUIT- Marian McRae, as Depu. iron .od.is .
ford County. Florida.Probate NO PROPERTYTO ty Clerk. County. FIorldd"I : \ l t titievriU 4 Room 2 bath home1,
Division the address : DEBORAH ANN 5/7 'chg' 5/28. ticularly parcel being described morljsDll| .1 t 9DUCED BEST BUY AROUND screened patio.. "Call.iA for C anappointment. i ., l ",.t't(1'Il1' caped.ilh ,''n......... I Is. t..CII.(1I.. .

ol which Is Brad. McKINNEY 290 Main St.. NOTICE OFINTENTION 'follows: ej1; ( JIl ilf.: cIty liin4s on I Acre (more 'land available) t fI f .. Bulls' J 'rt4imlIy kitchr .,PI.qodIiil'A.1ot0iJJJdh' !

ford County Courthouse Calais, Maine 04619 ynoqmc I 44 w'imi Brick home Fern. Rm. Fireplace Sep.WW.5qc4atIti } on"d" .JamIly room cA'A.' ..... Ht' "lut/ot/ fu.g
3 both
bedroom
'lot
Starke. Bradford County. corner I, ep&rotii&PJan eat >n bar '' ,
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YOU ARE HEREBY TO REGISTER Commence at VJfl.-fcXI" ti Kitchen with stove t dishwasherONLY .h''Io 'I'' ou. .o4.--pJ't'l
In
Florida 32O91.: The nome city. In IcnvnnfA i lunll 1y toJr's .h\llIUlti.o f""W-"
NOTIFIED that an action FICTITIOUS corner of said NE'/i.of clOI ,,. SIS,100 down t assume
and address of the Personal for Dissolution of 'Wcrrtn31 I .lPo. t IUI ",ni'h fecal WflllSot '.bA
marriage NAME NE'ond run $245.65 month (' / % Int) TOTAL PRICE Evenings: Please call 'MQfrA9ervliff < Survey hav e Wovh"ThaT.it, u r>$.
Representativeand has been tiled 8939' East along the ,..ociJ.o..q 4 .a aM h'iAioursS jnuiuolfor' on.IlrtW4nabI-.uaw, : ,.
Vent Sok.rh" ;
of the PersonIRepr.sentativ.'s Odom: '
against you and you are Pursuant to Section Northerly boundary.oi vA tol.w.O n th t. hau..r.loJ.,;) .' .J ........L'I'>'
attorney required to serve a copy 865.09, Florida Statutes.notice thereof 248 feet, VjSncj 'C i>U :IRyjCLUB; Like new 3 BR 2 Bath. Fam. Room with GEl Rhone 9645476. ,', jenrAa'rrgford. r. .....Ide. oiii ad..t. !M r1.N'" .'. C.
set forth I I J.R. htlly. Associate he... IhuCRI'Of.do1d"tD
are $0
of written defenses ) RMaher Asiocl
your Is hereby given South 0"21' East Wfl (eiV R'to ac ri'r"nl nat/alr> w/w carpet closed ga"pfI".IIti v Oin'i
below. if any to it. on the plain.tlfl' I'lUliP lynn tavisI Associate .,. ..4'96.381.' m.i: fP., mlc'f 9'
All Interested' that the und.rslgn.d.COLON an Iron stake 'for ttttiq1lof $ ( equity a assume $50,000 mortgage at 13%. tola # ? "1 r .q) ,

required to file persons with attorney whose THOMAS 312 W. beginning: fro'.lrRSt'lJtno' prlcevtW.OOrJrioT. 1JoI. Jrt? t Jaci obliol I I'illd..Z about .d...... dh 'O..,
or. name and address is Brownlee St.. Storke, Fl. of beginning T.i.gracti, tin C a..n.m..a'-' .. 'to,
--1/1/ Dot> nil :
the court WITHIN THREE George H. Pierce, Esquire | ; oq ..118al1nD L.k "'0 "'n "'f"1 Q/\
32091.I sole owner, doing described continu. .
HIWAV 4 bedroom-2 bath brltk
MONTHS FROM THE J T0QPf" .h. .tI'I' n' '.' ,
/
DATE OF THE FIRST P.O. Drawer 1030 business under the 'firm 0"2r East 235 feet to a tome wih family room I large screened patiO centra'Aeafair't IIIA a IU pOdll".vJ.'de" : ....n...'O-oC,. ....2a.
Starke. Florida 32091 name ol. THOMAS AUTO nail in the pavement of t fam. ..aIwr4? :)>ll311Ra.ia'I
PUBLICATION OF THIS fans In 3 bedrooms room plu ?
and file the original with SAFETY SERVICE 312 W.Brownl. Pine Street; thence S htr Celling FAUl.'lCN: R why p0.. '. II'" .!< lt..t'w
NOTICE: (I ) All claims 'the clerk of the above .. St.. Storke, Fl. 89.39' West parollelWnrrsaid barn 1ffc..good) land S65.0OO. (Existing 1st mortgageeta00f could w.ry .. ctI"'d"n\l.Id'Wf.J

against the estate and styled court on or 32091. Intends to Northerly boundary t't%). ERYC bo.gam hunting tvtf Sp*I *O:.J
((2)) objection by oninteresled !} Iha.. 'G ...
any before. June 8. 1981 fictitiousname .93 ,nOlulnVAi .rU un"'od/.m., iid.T:
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register said 228 feet to. ClIo I aln.asloro| tt.9 D ,iollF' .'. \ "" :::1
person to otherwise a judgmentmay under the provisions said pavement ', .1Q.OWN/bank/past eHlce/church 2 bedroom
la.t.1
whom notice was mailed, be entered j I VocTrKTblock home central heot/alr dining room a arN5InD1ua
againstyou of aforesaid aforesaid nail being on sp. -
: r. Irrz.
that challenges the for the relief ,''otu'.. he Easterly bout&ytIUthe rlSifl.OIoo'm"-1$29BOO! (Existing 1st mortgage apprexU. : nC -

validity ol the will the demanded in the com $ % .. '
Dated this 7th day of right of.way of Division @i.1It ) ,1
of the
qualifications personal plaint or petition. AD. 1981 in Brad. St., .,, 4!
May. thorxce.: kjfjt1 b' ,i. n : ... 4seS
w.
D .w .1IIt
representative WITNESS my hand and Florida. 5/7 4lpd V4I' West'along' said, '3 ACRES uoul of limits. Zoned for homes or 221 Lofa9eWa
venue or jurisdiction of the seal 1 of this Court ford | ; city OMI J'P4I"er,"'" (0" ________ __________________________________ IJtl
on 5/28. :Easterly boundary 204 7 mobile hom...,$7.C OO.
the court. May 4. 1981.Gilbert ,,'_" <' iu,o l
NOTICE OFINTENTION feet to an Irani '' | hq'ane'ib I :
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS S. Brown' At bearing South 8939' MINT CONDITION Inside I and out on almost I acre In STATE ROAD II Conc'refe.'jBfoch 6'4 et es. rMft) : P() "
NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BAR Clerk of. the Court, By: TO REGISTER West of point of beginnt: tewing BR 2 full baths.Block. home LR Fern. Rm. Cent. Mobile. home I hook-up. Will'sell( itfiWtoiJ.FOUR .."- owwiytiec tii.d i

Foye Whltehead.' as FICTITIOUS ing. thence North' 939"East Heat/air .. stove Ref. ,dishwasher .
REDDate Deputy Clerk. NAME parallel with said $45.000. ... Almost new s> BEDROOM HOME an 10 ocr... $10,000.:Must $.fe. ,...tth..t' '' ...,.w_

of the first 5 7 4lchg 528. Northerly boundary j '\ .1 reduced on p,J hlsl
publication of this Noticeof IN THE CIRCUIT Pursuant to Sectior 230.38 feel to the pointof Screened-ln BEAUTIFUL ONE ACRE In town with fram.lionvs. Close to bedroom., T 1/. .bath'home., .,
Administration: May Neat 2 BR Frame, Co,. Lot front porch -" f Illtirn w.'t*r.' yim '< j

14 1961. COURT EIGHTH 865.09. Florida Statutes' beginning. closed In back porch.$22.500. a shopping center. .3,. : TiEkLtTl9JG' t, S
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Personal JUDICIAL CIRCUIT' notice is hereby given
: JOHN Repr.sers.tohe G. MEYER FLORIDA. IN AND FOR that the undersigned Except that portion ofQ I "t.. 2 with SIX ACRES with olde'rwhsvie. heme. lawtey .... $29.! 00. :*."",""'aw .you' this 3'
GRAHAM
RD. 2 BR-F rame en acres pecan pear,
said parcel lying within, r I bednsars \ both hem
JR. > on'
Personal Represesnta- BRADFORD COUNTY. BURL TRAYLOR. nl .e'Dl' %f
a for another home mobile
five Rl. 2. Box 39-A, FLORIDA. 1025A N. Temple Ave 'the right. of way of Pine dome fig. and citrus rent trees haute-room' Reduced to $25,000. or 130 ACRE RANCH" with bar/ij. stocked fish ponds! fevjced I a nice comer lot...$']7fOO."
Street .
aforesaid.pqt '
CIVIL ACTION Slarke.' Fl. 37091 and WALK TOTTOvVN .
Keystone'1 Heights.Florida : and crass fenced. 'j
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32656. Case No. 81190. THURMAN WHITAKeR I l 3 'b.dro .... 'i'

PIERCE 4 HAI$DY.. P.A. In re: The Marriage of JR,, 414 W. Dams St" i iSlorke. i, public auction to the .'2V. acres $5OOO I Acres $9,000 .Terms. DOUBLE WIDE en TWO ACRES Wilson *o''d. Furnlsl >d. bath home'$37,00oan' ./\. .

S George H. Pierce. CHARLIE LEE JONAS. Fl._ 32091. |O.in' 'highest bidder for cosh '' iiZ; LOOK AS.tMISM\ <.."! ...it:
,
orhi'sabI.Imb.r.Iu.veyed :
.\, theVVfie a.t front door of SR230I' 5'/. ac'.. fine strend
buimeisunder
.
Husband and ALBERTA doing
P.O. Drawer 010. owners with well and electrc,..$9v0. Tei s Nice neighbq.fn.4' eornes ,,
2.62 ACRES septic
.1.' Bodford .fat .ubUlvlslon 22500.
County
for 9
Starke.. Florida 3209V.Attorney CURTIS JONAS. Wife" : the 'firm name of wIthhis3b.. .,.,, t .!
bfl. ".
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for PersonolRepr.s.ntoive. NOTICE IOFSUIT i. & S BAIT & TACKlE..694q Courttxflorido u.. in S, r\l"II'\ ||v I 1'e 'stP. oF. I. I ::I ,'" ,i. -c' horne'whh; '\ 3 e< e. lffa1nt1f f.joo 41 .
bedroom
-' N. Temple:AveSlflrke,..,,i( luring the legal 'Appiox, 20 acres* U5i301 goes to Rollrood. .. -. 3 Wooded.. PRICED, TO SELL Three ":01 1 COMMERCIAL .*, '2l4
'f
(904 964-3701)). TO: NO ALBERTA PROPERTY CURTIS Fl.register, 32091"said Intends 1icfitic64'-.'to ,' :>' \hours 1.00 pabme3.- m.f sale Wednesday, to-wit: U P 'f'Sl.000, ;lid.4..t...per..'i A.' .with' terms. U6.5oo.. r ', .........;,c for "'fJIN_ j MMd

SIl2tchgS.21.. JONES.c"oddr. name undei'',,., pleVi.rSrl 981, same being .\ '. 'weededV pines $22,000 psf4.00 I 'with FARMETTE I.aullul.lmo.t new kerne.".n I atres. M ineitras4 duplexes or epectr! 'it
merits. dlstance
Walking l
,Ira IHE' CIRCUIT unknown. t i ,ion,5. '0.. ...-alo'Q- .s '""'"'" ,.Li1"Igal legal h ur sales of sole.day and""a"''% fermsA a" :; I] It ; $62.500. ,i2 .hoM the shopping "rente.t,, .
YOU ARE ktotuteDoted:
COURT.JUDICIAL CIRCUIT EIGHTH.Of NOTIFIED rha *HEREBY rt ac Jonler.iDis.sqlut.efl 'this StA'day:' cif"'qtf qotlZ.e .'"1."Ac, '..moloU"'fC. .Hom. at $3,000. .'t..:fl3M! nol ... 'C" \ LOT TOWN.' Good t.........'Only ''f'O.l.;Wwn.; $2,700,00difit2 10'. (All ut 01rlf

of mar. May. A D. 1481iri..tttdjow oCvVTED his 13th day of ill"(., .... ...,, ..s41 .hApartments ,5&&WAl loutuM ,.rrt
FLORIDA
BRADFORD''N.COUNTY.AND FOR** "riage has been filed ford. Florida/' .7i) 41P4..c,)M-r.\ 1GILBI 1. 'fIIE'HA"i bM LST, GS-CAUJ.t5.EOIt."U QJOTAIMID For Reel, nutZ I1 with v't 5t,'," Ih..... .3

FLORIDA./ !>>goinH1yoia Alberta Curis : 5 28..J '" ''':I'1 1IN 'Ei.rk..I,' RT S. BROWN. .5 $. C.irieJIir1' 1.i ... ,.; i ..,4I nlotaJ you IP.clf'f.rcdlh. oaL'

Case No.CIVIL 1-213CA ACTION: u quired( Jonos to".ond..,,,.YOU.' IttECIRC, TCP R.pbOF 11 A ..tt.MRCE nG&i l "IA&961.IiSB ANY b4IIS.3EJ'u'PGWWIGPfl: I) I Property, 'Menagerjierjtjep.jc Appraisals: I\ ,j T.r..CIIi.S.l\l.O. M

In re:r the Marriage ol.-oo ycI"ir written .'. arere.: Ft R1 A. tJI-INT IHG.HTH: I HARDY. P.A."V .. t."IO$ I TER HOURS tu'tjICPv4j4 Faulkner-RIAlTOR-tWfttJ Key C. Wot..M.\ a3
'JUDICIAL CW 'Geolge H. Pierce ''I.,=, 'h\'" ) Susan M. Elleer.and .
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Ssaj44f4e
JAMES TFCLTNER. to & the "
on <&
Hue- arty REALTORAMOOAftWlOl5142Lucille
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FOF41RB'tri .... Novl. Faulkn.
............. CAROLYN .'$. Itf'" ...molll." wh .. AND ) 1'.0. rawer 1030 : Iro..Pi1id'J'Waf.; 1 Ir.e L. t. P.tsv L.W.q:1J14j1: tl 'olofA
iLTNIR. Wife and,>ddress I Is COUNTY 'M'UUI" I ,'"".ifibrke.rff'orne.- Florida 32091. "' 'oj.a $.IJM"O"SAl S A Carn i'oJlJ' ,
n NOtiCE "' "../lUt' ':t nerrterf Dudley f. Hardy. EsW Case No. 8':108.: <" 'for Plaintiff. OHIceMgngsoe. \ .t47 4ti' 0\\ Sandra W. R.ddl.h't.'AII' "II'EO" hItNINI':r;blf nl
re.Tne.MftWgVoVDOROTHY
IertsViTlloi In : ( 4)964S ) 5701. ocN43i1I ::> nolhut."o:) 1 James R. R.ddl.h. J UsM I.eliwdO I.
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CLOWNS! MOTORCYCLES! FUNNY CARS! BANDS! lEArn QUEENS! BE THERESTARKE

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FLORIDA PI.rc. A Hardy P.A. Andrews Drugs Montgomery Ward

Barbara'. Beauty Salon Ml Liquors Keyston Fashions BROOKER. PROVIDENCEG
Archl. Tanner Funeral Home Th. DeRltch Gr..n Family Chief of Police Jimmy Bowen Sunshine Florist Wayne Parrlsh Paving
Bradford Convalescent Garden Liquors AI Magnum ConceptsReal Richard Judy A Pot A Millie Munden Tanner F.R.M. Feed
Services. Inc. Bradford Package Estate Broker Marla Cunningham McKenzle Tank Lines Elton Smith
Bradford Barber Shop Carl Hurst Maxle and Kitty Carter Jackson Building Supply Florida Hydrocarbon. Co. Osteen A Gaskin Chemical
A to Z Pown Shop I Hurst Shell Service Best Western Motor Inn Robert InsuranceCam Green's GroceryL.R. Supply A Fertilizers
.c.rio* A Lelta Johnson Shon & T... Saxon Powell' Dairy Freeze Aircraft Service Inc. Stllwell Jr. A Family Thomas Grocery
Green Welding Shop Lewis Timber Co., Inc. Harry Gruon D.D.S. David "..nnlng.rJim Carroll'* Grocery Osteen A Son Seed
Jams Bobble, O'Brien Terwlflegar{ Motors Denmark Furniture Young Aviation Russell Green Family BUIIIng' Tire, Inc.
T.mpl. Motel Dr. A Mrs. Wm. March*. Julia' Florist Zedra A Elma jmllton:
Stan's 8oot." The Office Shop J.D. A Vernle Odom HAMPTON Floyd A Mono WigginsWORTHINGTON
Bradford Fundtur.IndustrlNorman's ? Johnny Scott Jim Dalzoll Harrell' Welding
Farm Produce A S.S. Noegel Auto Sales Homer HartMoonlight lynn Davis
Seafood MM. Crawford Garage Enterprises Griffin Industries
William Jewelry Stuckey's Norman & Lorin. Sander
y lotf Country CenerBALDWIN MAXVILLE
Advanced lIactroRlc.LawlGn' Joyc. AdklnsGrlffls Wayne's Paint A Body Shop Harris

Montgomery Ward, A Sons Fiberglass Tom HardenbrookC.W. GroceryCeramics by Bob
W.F. Mo. Steve Murphy A Family Gr..n
.. .. Maxvllle RestaurantElla
RAM
'" -Al Jackson BodyBaldwin
Jon.. Craft SIIo.--- Young Vacuum Cl.an.rsRalph Building Supply
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Neva Flynn. Bryan R.al Ectate Automotive Parts Center Auto Supply Inc. SPRINGS M. Rafuse
Supervisor Elections Teal Tile A Carpet Inc. Thomas Auto Parts Johnny Kilgore Mary's Florist Todie Grlffls A FamilyPryor's

Gib A Jewrelle Brown Leila'. Dr... A Gift Shopp. Mike A Gloria King W.H. Cllllard Hitching Post Place
Esther S. Hall. Philip Clark. Realtor Fritz Kramer Mr. A Mr*. C.A. Crews HDH Parts Whltley Steel Company

Tax CollectorA Brown Heat A Air Inc. A Friend Franklin ReedA Doc' Saw Shop Florida Crown Printing
Friend Roster's Garden C.nt.r Virginia Shannon Friend > .. Buddy A Norma
Lester T. Cr.w. Food N Scat Stark. Paint Center Baldwin Amoco' ( .- Jean Parrish
Brama Restaurant ERA Faulkner Realty Badcock FurnitureDon Everybody's Restaurant. .:, ,

Torode Oil Company, Inc. .>' Shuford' Chevron Service Smith Renee'sEverett
Shell 011 Product : Jack Sh.lton Crown Central lumber Braddock Mayor
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Community.Stata Bank.oJ:tt: ; Fred Haglns Mack A Adeline Futch C.W. Bostwlck ". Hi-Lo GroceryDobbs HIGHLAND
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Acme Hardwar. A Building Judge Elzle Sanders New Method Cleaners Lonnlo LynnBaldwin Amoco Service Hard..'. Gun ShopHaz.I'

Supply Winn Dixie Stor... Inc. Davis Trucking Company Barber Shop :: Grocery
Diane Stiff Bradford Square Florist Irene's Beauty Shop D.C. A D. Truck line. Inc.lorry's Alvin AndersonF.M.

M.SandersJohn ,The Outfitters Farm Bureau Insurance Grocery Herndon
Poppas R.O. Simmons EquipmentCo. Verb A Connie Best David J. Joseph CompanyCar LAWTEY H.M. Herndon
Bradford Square Barber Shop Jams H. McCarthy Shredder .. Garrard Mold Company
John Dukes Stella Brewer Florida Rock Industries James A Elsie loyd Waters Grocery

301 Quilt Shop .. Mosley Tire CompanyPaul' Van's Upholstery Baldwin Food Store .t',' Wayne StarlingBlanche
Brier's Gem Drive In Cleaners Bradford Title A AbstractW.R. Russell A Betty Bowen Taylor

Stewart Wlshart .. ,,. George Ricks Salvage "Bill" AldermanI Larry A lula Hill Wife A I Ceramics THERESSA IJ
James A Gale,,, G.nd.rr.,. oj ..)"I Thomson A Son Salvage ,.t_n. ., I ,'Tom A Barbara CaseytZM .. s... Baldwin:Shopping Center, ,.. Heath's Auto Service ." "., .,..BQbbyILProduc.t: K:? ,!.,.-c" j0 .
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Harry Gr..n Auto Parts Smith Brothers Body ShopS Dr. A Mr*. H.H. Adam lax 1.10 Auto/Truck Plows Shop 3 Shop
Carolyn Mints i W Muffler Shop Bradford County Hospital Oral' Garage
Stark. Firestone Auto A Craft' Garage Medical' Staff w Ben's RefrigerationA
Truck Center Modi Car of Bradford County Jesse I. "Slim" Sander ro' Friend

Bret A J.r,,'. Athletic Shop \ Diane'. Beauty Shop Bill A Evelyn Cruce Thompk In'.
A Friend George Roberts Insurance, State Representative Larry A Frances Battle CONYERS GA.
Frank Bill A Betty Mathews
Dahm.r'* Inc. William
Jack Wynn Century 21 Red A Irma BufordFayne

Kim Clomons *. -- Roberts Real Estate A Bernice .Bateman GAINESVILLE
Dolph Reddish Stark. Motor Parts, Magic Needle
I II Coca Cola Bottling Company ORANGE PARK
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Margaret -Harry Stallln .
't ,':.1 wJordl.+roth.r. Masonry Register Oil A Gas Company G t Y Family Center A FamilyCrofcbfUld .,. ,. Sonny Iar-B-Que Stanley A Patty Davis
.Davis, Monk, Farnsworth, '.,,. .Pat A Patsy Welch Western Steer Family SteakHouse Wi4Ae.. a T'"r' Flower Country
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bo t>Life. of Georgia !. .N v \ \U'sp.cfcoln: Five Wind Lodge Doyle Varnos Insurance, Inc.
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Jordan :A1I.n y'lo; .':; Florida Barile It. t"r"_ NyWaves"ay's Hall Paint, InC, Supervisor of Elections much of your business as
}Holiday& & :,Inn of stark.. -.OJ / Bill ro I IUJMI.I IAillgaIndty4 : III Beauty' Shop Jeffcoat Signs Jackson Building Supply possible.'

Do-Drop-In. urgairflnirs. 'grnon A Linda Parm.nt.r Mid-Staf.; me.E1.ctrical Fortune Federal
301.Bargain C.M.rw IMtitr ''''' Vernon' Silcox Contractor' Parrlsh Feed Store
"' t ,"'l Henry A Charlotte Greene .
Altman's Exxon I .... William Signs Joe Show Wrecker Service
Looking'Glass .n. ymrkW
'.J. Dowling Stables4.. ,roJ'; J P.st c01S r'elt -' Tommy A Evelyn Chastaln George Prlngle TaxGas .

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Baldwin Chevrolet ." .urallc. wow: '. Busty A Sandra Green Ing Welch'. Gulf
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Scott Whitehead, Builder: I Memorials Mr. A Mrs.. W.F. America' Howard' Auto Ports
Monk & Therma Dlnkln ,'. '' dl'n's' :. !. oblfe'rfomi Sale (Happy) Cooloy Paul. Baker. Representative Ellington Construction Inc. CHILD'S SMILE
Elbert A lofty NoMlos, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Olin Kingsley lake Property Johnson' Grocery
Member of Bradford lodge.fM J.E. Hardy Auto Sol.. Owners Assoc. .' Automotive Parts A MAKES IT ALL

F A A.M.. Fortune Federal .' New Klngsloy Beach Equipment NAPA WORTH WHILE
Bradford County Telegraph, Blalne Thompson Strickland landing Jlm't Furniture
J..... J. A Tarcy Wolbert David and Martha Smith Stuart Strickland WALDO'' McLeod's Beauty A
John D. A Hold! MlddlotonGoetzman Silcox StandardSienvlce Michelle Garcia Waldo Auction Born Barber Shop
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Dr. J.E. Denmark G. Gray Fl/rth GRAHAM 301 Auto Parts George langley

Buol,A Amanda Hudson BIsh Bishop. Owner .
Mrs. In. Gr..n A Joan Jessie's Place Archer Funeral Home c "
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;?:1 Orchard MotelBronda's ,. 'tAI
Waters
Wilson's Florist Bulldozing Hair Styling A AppraiserMargie Baldwin Chevrolet-Oldsmobilei ,
Wectorn Auto Associate Handy Man Fence Company F. Cason '
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Store > Torode EI.ctrlc'K.lth' Bill & Dot Behlmer. Waldo Shop Clerk of Court Mac, .A Carol Baldwin, ; 1 iJ"J
Beauty Salon : Antiques A Noble Dr. A Mrs. R.S. Mullln:? <_._
A Culligan Water Condi Collectable John Whitehead Sheriff
tioner .BAM Starter A Generator. 'I THERESSA Waldo Ace Hardware Farmer'. A Dealer Bonk Florida! Jiy idrdcorbon'Company'! ; I

of Starke ." Marl. Green Doug A Eileen Raley Baslnger' Orange Shop Spire Store Nobl. A Mrs..Corfos'Johnson > .,taus
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Pace IIA TELEGRAPHLEGALS May 21. IW!


1st Half a1 _

1-' II ;: .,== 1WZ.- 'Ajfc "T.utr*

FOR IN THE BRADFORD CIRCUIT COON-COURT .TOrJAMES.. .:..NOPROPERTY'TrTELTNen, ::_' r Sf: ..lie.r.u..LI.9"--; f'ftfi'Tcrcr-" -D.- -I _, kts4.'. ;. t&a Goes Bwm to the Wire 1

and file the original
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TY. FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION 2128 Borth Avenue, In- the clerk of t tlll ) .1111I.I, ) ,;
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CASE NO. 81-. dionopolls. Indiana. .. .A V w 3. *-
YOU ARE HEREBY atylet c t' : o ov I It i : '*. *.15 l ,: '1 : .,-;, ,;LNt
4tto.' : v.uiB m a The first :hall 6ennanfMDixie /( $a i
NOTIFIED that action '
CLIFFORD W. an ,. Related Soclol
for Dissolution pl.imnV'-jj -o rwl <\\II (Escort. Health Support. Housing Youth Major Ltea&ie,; j1aj or54wwteT8
PREVATT. The services will be ,
has beerfTrflleer1against''you ; .t : itrJ Cur. (Group and Transportation the hottest things going wltlt'thbae
Plaintiff. riage JAMES T. .'i. SToVftrr: the Ad. 0 3ed J within theJojJowIng' Count! figuring to 'go down to the final day '

vsDOROTHY .C, ,.FELTNER:; qrd you. ar&r*..iflulred.tp demanded In 'the ant f \.3Ff !JV) Friday and an outside chance at a

GREENLEE and CLIVC EROIERSON. serve copy ofoupwihtn plaint on pettle'it.V.WITNESS ,' AMa.. ; 27378.(03 four-way deadlock. '::} f !
Itr. '
.KAREN SUE defenses, If of'Vrt this> hand Court action, ...._. .....".w. --UZt'9:: ::::.: .:.:::, The first place Mets were ( ed'UIJ, : !
< the seal I Io "' ,
and M. onto It. on the plaintiff's the Braves (3-4) and Giants (UT-15-
CARNES _BrodfoTdSUnlonTriCounty ; 58300.20 -
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III.a-
> t .. .pi'il2., 1981.Gilb.rt .R.E. a4tey Gold hits and struck out 10AdSims
.PHILltP CANNES. 0pmrtn.rs attorney wbose 32520.06 last week dropping the Mets to 6-3 !
S. Brown, above the win: The otiFi
pitching
gain
dolnibusiness name and address Is 10000.00 compared to Lawtey Blue's 5-3. Just .
Clerk of the Court : or. Hernando Ric
DUDLEY P. Esquire tta 1lN ,
as PINE HARDY behind are the Giants and BraiM
ROOK VILLAGE PI.rc. & Hardy Marian McRa., as copy I jSB .o fff lit. 2103X7.06 ;:: both and the aren'i'far4.off i r >k.4..,. ; ... d1_ Bra
5-4. Dodgers
DEVELOPERS. a Florida! P.A.. 1'.0.0.,1030., ty Clerk. f. .. There Is a ten percent 1 O'Y.| mejihlftrf tund.s .<)*,,. "> "; I
i the at 4-4. The Braves have
'5/7 4tchg 5/fJe": : I t' T pace
\ awad.'o' the owes..QU1t p1 / a
Stark submftfal
Florida 32091
General Partnership ; requirement for upon !<
four of their last five
to
Defendants. 'and file tll.' ,lglncll with CALL FOR BIDS for. funds. #> sfl!I. :' *''t .... .-. .. won the playoff picture. vauIUntA* T>J*,I I, &1ivoMts: eaeHforins G4{.
the cl.rk of the above SEALED BIDS WILL vqb9p Proposal format and Instructloni 'ityiay.be obtained i .'. Jen added a single.
'!I > The first half winner meets the winner -
NOTICEOF styled court on or- RECEIVED BY, THE I .. from the Area Agency ert Aging) Office,
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1'0' of the second half (which starts 15
ACTIONTO before. Jun. 13, 1981. COUNCIL OF THE 3008 N.W. 13th Street. Suit. C, May
oth.rwl. a or District III. next Wednesday) in a best two put ot,) t IJants 9 Dodgers 8
: DOROTHY C. be entered judgement against OF LAWTEY < \ *f U: Gainesville, Florida 32601 L<9Oj4)M8-664) I't three game series for the league titIe'at ;, ."Chuck Colburn smacked t
2424
GREENLEE may AT THE CITY HALL oil Mie
Kanawaha Boulevard you for the, relief LAWTEY. FLORIDA" \ | the/ j 4'tj1t.;Ar.a Agency (1''JI'"rdrv.: rightto'reject the end of the year. Rec. Director doubles, Gary Wise was 2-for-4 ar <\

East. Charleston West demanded In the complaint TIL 7:30: P.M. ON of'U any and all bids. Cheryl Godwin said if the first half Michael Gray singled but it was Git nBarnes

Virginia 25801 or petition. 1981, AT WHICH before' 5/71 2teha 5/28 ends in a a two-way playoff a one -. who' scored the! winning rafter i

WITNESS my hand and AND PLACE ALL .. *' game playoff will decide that title. t.eactlulg on a fielder's choice i 1)1)

YOU ARE NOTIFIED the seal 1 of this Court on RECEIVED WILL .. In the last week of the first half race the sixth: inning for the Giants.

that an Action to May 12. 1981.Gilbert PUBLICLY OPENED a, .:J Personalized the Dodgers were to meet the Braves For the Dodgers Stacey Bowen ra[

foreclose a mortgage S. Brown. As READ ALOUD ON relief I and L. Blue take on Lawtey Gold ped.two doubles,' Stacey Green doub,
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on the following property CI.rk of the Court By: FOLLOWING: peti .r' Wednesday, May 20. Then Friday ed, and Brad Green and Kent Hat
In Bradford Coun. Faye Whlteheod. as Letterheads & Stationary night. May 22, the Giants meet i risen had singles. '

ty. Florida: D.puty Clerk. 1968 Ford 4000 T and Lawtey Blue at Pratt St. at 7 p.m.

5/14 4tchg 6/4. P.T.O., 3 pt. on BRADFORD PRINTERS with the Mets and Dodgers squaringoff Braves & :'l\Il'ts"

Section 25: All of trie lift 3 cylinder May. 110( W. Call St. 964-5764 at 8:30.: Ron Brown went 2-for-4 with a dou
North half of NE'A East
CIRCUIT Excellent
4N THE engine. May 19 ble and scored the'winning run as th
of Stat. Road No. 13. EIGHTH be
Can
COURT tion. seen
Giants 17 Mets IS Braves dealt the.Mets just their second
except that portion CIRCUIT OF Water
previously' conveyed JUDICIAL FLORIDA. IN AND FOR Lawtey By: Chuck Colburn, who was 3-for-3 loss of the year. ,

for road right-of-way. BRADFORD COUNTY Send sealed bids Depu with a double and 4 runs, doubled Tom Watson was 2-3 for the winners

Lying and being In FLORIDA. Lawtey City Clerk 'Roberts home Robby McRae and Mark David Williams doubled and

Township 7 South. CIVIL ACTIONCa. Drawer G Lowtey, Traylor in the bottom of the sixth to Richie Taylor J: Johnson, and Dale

Rang. 21 East Bradford .. No. 81-131. 32058 Bids will b. y give the Giants a wild 17-15 win over Brown added dingles.

County Florida. In 1'.: Th. Marriage of ed June 1st at -Tw2L Real Estate the Mets.It Stephen Jones. homered in the los-
Less and Except: Two LAWRENCE H. NOTMAN. meeting : was definitely a hitter's game. ing cause for the Mets. Also Jason

parcels which have Husband and FRANCES For the winners Glen Barnes was 3-4 Huggins doubled, and Jamey Carver

been released as KAY BELLAMY NOTMAN THE SAID CITY 986 N. Tempte with a triple and double, Michael Drew Davis, and Hal Woods singled.

retarded in Official Wife. THE RIGHT TO 964-7828 Gray was 3-4 with a double, Tommy

Retard Book 150. page NOTICEOF OR REJECT ANY OR Jones went 2-3, and Richie Barnes .. ,< May I j
372. and Official Record SUIT- BIDS. .*. GEORGE ROBERTS Broker Gary Wise and Stefan Wheeler 24. L. Blue 10- Dodgers

look 181, page 207.. NO PROPERTYTO given Wheeler Barnes, and McRae had In a wild game spiced with 29 base
public records of Bradford : LAWRENCE H. NOT. CITY OF ASSOCIATES
doubles. hits John Hamilton was 3-for-3 with a
County Florida. MAN. 4 Chapman Drive.Lexington FLORIDA By: ... ... Weekends and Evenings CallRichard
For the Mets Hal Wood was 3-4. 'triple, Mike Rourke 3-4, and Jeffery
Park Shuford. Clerk. Ann Godwin 'U.5159
has been filed City North Roberts- 9M-S59S slamming two homers and a double, McClellan. 2-3 with a triple to lead
against Maryland 20653. 5/14 2tchg 5/21 Norman 9M-5966
Fl Patsy Silcox -964-6579 Heddlng -
Drew Davis was 3-4 with two doubles Lawtey Blue f.o the close win.
'and or. required ARE HEREBY .
you you YOU 9M-421 Linda W. Johns 94-6097
::/ do- John R.Smith -
| Jason 3-4 with and Chris Cribbs for the winners
Huggins
to serve a copy NOTIFIED that on action IN THE a triple tripled ,
of you written for Dissolution of marriage COURT. the' HOMES STARKI3BR double Steve Jones and (Randy and Robert Starling. S. Anders. Tammie

defenses, if any. to It has been filed JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 1755 IB. frm garage. 90/xlM' lot-Collins PI. Stainer both 2-2 with doubles, Jason Giddetis, and Terellis Johnson

on RICHARD E. WELTY aqalnst you lowrence H. FLORIDA, IN AND Ave.. Frame home on 2 lots with warehouse-Walnut St. Crews tripled Jamey Carver doubled added singles.

Plaintiff's qttorn.y.who. Notman and you or. required BRADFORD : '2BR. ii. Block Fenced 625 Pinewood Dr. twice, Brian Whitehead and Brian Brad Green was 4-for-4 with a double

.. address' Is 954 to s.rv. a copy of FLORIDA. ... '3BR 1'i's B. Block nice 1320 Searing St. Davis were both 2.3. and David Burns Jimmy Wilson homered and

North Temple Avenue, your written defenses, if CIVIL ACTION provi '3BR JS. 2100 sq. ft.LA aprx. 1V.A.. w/rnt. apts.-IOOW. l-l. doubled and Randall Polk was 2-2 for

Post Office Box 995, any to It. on th. plain Case No. 81191. Frame home, good location. 2BR.2B-Park" Place. the Dodgers. Arso; Stacey Bowen and
Starke' Florida 32091' tiff's' attorney whose In r.: The Marriage May 18 Green' doubled
on or before Jun. IS; name and address Is FREDDIE D. OUT-OF-TOWN HOMES Braves 3 L. Gold 4 Stacey Dewey
1981 and iii. the Dudley P. Hardy. E>- Husband and i day of MOBILE HOME-1 978 Champion on 1 ac. Off Bayless Hwy. The Braves managed just five hits Williams was: 2-4, and Kevin Blanken-

original with the Clerk qui,.. Pierce ft Hardy SUE WILKISON. Wife., Brad. '3BR 1.. frm. 21 acres, 3-car garage-M.L. Starling Rd. but Dewey Williams and Alonzo ship Jody Brown and Jason Brown

of this Court either P.A. P.O. Drawer 1030. NOTICEOF 4tpd '4BR, 1 IB, frame large lot. Lake Butler. Williams produced two of them in the singled., .. .. .

before service on Plain. Stark., Florida 32091. SUIT- '3BR 21. Stucco Fireplace 301 South. bottom of the last and then came '
tiffs attorney or immediately and file the original' with NO PROPERTYTO Large lot. 2 mobile hom.-Sompson Lake Rd..a.o..tlful.4 around to score to give the Braves a Mets 17- L. (.01<<
thereafter; the clerk of the above : HAT1IE BR.2B brick, apx. IOA-W. of Lawtey.'Frame Drew Davis went 4-for.5 with two

otherwise, a default styled court on or WILKISON Route 2. IN .' 5 BR, IB lg.outbldg.apx. 4'/i A.-Stern Rd. home runs and Steve Jones smacked

will b. entered against before. Jun. 15, 1981. 1019 Franklin, .'3 BR. IB. frame, 100x75 lot w/garage Hampton. two homers to pace the Mets. f

you for the r.lI.f otherwise a judgment. Carolina Pool. F". 3BR. 2B, Brick-Country Club arm. rn RORKMDLI3 Jamie Carver, Jason Huggins, J I
demanded In the Com entered YOU ARE Dud&'P ladlno Hal Wood Sean
may b. against Large, appro, 5...... 3BR. 2B S.R. IOOE. I
plaint. you for the relief NOTIFIED that an REALTY Binder Brian Davis, and Kristin Alj
Witness my hand and demanded In the com for Dissolution of ACREAGE ,.. ??. day added singles>for the winners.
seal of this Court on plaint or petition. 'lag. has been 360 Acres on Marklee Starling road. Phone 964-7700 For Lawtey Gold Quinn Adams I I

May 12. 1981 A.D. WITNESS my hand and against you Hattie a'F', .,14 Acre*off US-301 South. 393 N. Temple Avenue homered. Allen Wood was 2-3A Jamie 4

Gilbert S. Brown. as the seal of this Court on Wilklson. and you or. et ol', .7 acres, 2 trailer hook-ups -,Crosby Lake Shores.lake 'l Crews doubled. and Sam! Pornagaio.: H II.
Clerk of th. Circuit May 7. 1981.Gilbert quired to serve a copy lafeSantpson' lake. IN >CITY 0 1'0'1' '<'rfT Billy| caun UohTueH .afU
.. t I).) s:,,.:'.00 ,(, 3 M concretbHihoiise, I 1' !
Court, by: Marian S. BroVvn. AsClurkt 4oJrttten! del_,"*"*. .& .' Approxlmntely. 4 acres In LavHew. .. ... cvA I 1ocr.1OH fr kC [)wens singled. :)01'a
IARalpli
MRa.. CIIII Is. .., '. "the Covrt. to it. -..1..\If.a.| ., -r. bath, altcftextrVoparlmeitiwith ;
Deput .. ; *> By: ', any .. on Jhe: vwh' 6 SR23= !< ..>,(*' "h'1. I V..'!t.e t"A ,....., v""H,
3/14 4tchg6lt.IN Faye N. WhIt.h ad. as tHfs attorney .Vi dcre'Moblle Home lot Weodfand'Acres.Beautiful bath far additional Standings thru Tue. W.lM.t.
D.puty CI.rk. name and addres4 to 10 acres-Country Club area. living area or could be 4
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THE CIRCUIt 5/14 41chg 6/.. Dudley P. Hardy Nice lot Country Club. reeled Can be bought furnished .' "" .6-3 5.3 ftLew.yllue" .

COURT EIGHTH quire, Pierce S Final or unfurnished. II
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN IN THE CIRCUIT P.A. P.O. Drawer Giants 5.4 U

AND FOR BRADFORD COURT EIGHTH Stark. Florida on :20 ...ACRES HAMPTON Braves 5.4 SI
COUNTY. FLORIDA. JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF and file the original the Real Estate AREA I Dodgers 4.4
Bryan n
PROBATE DIVISION. File FLORIDA. IN AND FOR the clerk of the ef Cleared mostly planted In Idwtey Gold 1 18
No. 81-52-CP. BRADFORD COUNTY styled court on the
In 1'.: Estate of FLORIDA. before June 5. 1981 hay grass. II. ..v i nnyvv D"I" U

FLORENCE V. KUMMER. CIVIL ACTION otherwise a RALPHBRYANREALESTATE'[' 11.olo 30 ACRES I. .'..8.AAA- : Ids t norn.IDrltjloa l
Deceased.
Case No. 81198. may be entered : '! /' ,lAO I" *, tieibb."
NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION In r.: The Marriage of you for the Court-: -\ 3.0 W. Call// Sf..I With stream thru property. REAl, ESTATE ( ('1 nh.rt2
:) $1770.00
MARVIN I I. McKINNEY. demanded in the :) .fill :) DO per acre. I x"AGENCY
;Cor. US 30 1 & Call Sf.) .dt01 !
Husband Plaintiffvs plaint or petition. ,! yii t.oB.o PH.752-OS77 Yin toM
The administration of WITNESS my hand In 95 ACRES BROOKER AREACali n" JlnoM lvDO"We
the estate of FLORENCE DEBORAH ANN McKINNEY the seal of this Court \ Sec- yIjmDI a 964-8733, ANYTIME J.R. Kelly for details. "Of!ERS: i 'ftwr..1, Tho' 'Ou, .Ta,.." ::

V. KUMMER. deceased Wife, April 30. 1981. 7 8rnYRDIIY\ '.S p.m. SATURDAY 9-13 t >,&. flIIm'.I., lup r buy. mqsieqessa! .... .

File Numb.r 8152CP. D.f.ndantNO Gilbert S. Brown : : ':, I bI.i,8 cod Sundays by appointment GOOD LOCATION 3 qo ; Yb
I 1.3302. is pending in the ICE Clerk of the Court : f9.r )0' P. REALTOR 12 acres of good land 3 Bj S QU FY w...f*>tartoeQ.iocs>3l'J.d. f ad
b I bholatpIi Bryan
Circuit Court for Bradford OF SUIT- Marian McRae, as \\IIf\ Roam 2 bath ham Item a '.a 1'I.w".I! l 'QI1.. Io4.'III'
QiHa38B22B! Cl A, corcoped
who tlR\o\QIf.ti'g', MH. .It." rro'II \.
County Florida. ytisie/vinu 4
Clerk
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NO PROPERTYTO ty screened for
Probate Division the address : DEBORAH ANN 5/7 4tchg 5/28 I YDUCEDlEST BUY AROUND patla.v Cll'IA C tIn. ", to'ism' tl 'Ian lnl.jr' .it.d Inind '.........oM"C.'"
Uie I ippolntmont.v > th kitroorr a Ivan'' ''!'\ ;
of which Is Bradford McKINNEY 290 Main St., NOTICE OFINTENTION :: JUrt'ntjde city limit on I Acre (more land available) t.-. 8 8uiItJo.tbcimily rt.q.1ii 1 A3i0VJJJdnSandy

County Courthouse. Calais Main. 04619 p44 :MH'lBoMl' Brick home Fam. Rm. Fireplace Sep. 3 i bedroom bath lot cherT1ana! Jomilyn ..oeJloIA..... "'lIIut.wtulg/ .

Starke, Bradford County. YOU ARE HEREBY TO REGISTER .--I' tI!! 'I I c1941tInfioSat.la:" Kitchen with stove & dlshwasherse ,in city. earner -. .p8r t'oftI'tt' eat n bar ,,"'IIII" 'a..'/.,- u"'P '.
Florida 32091.' Th. / I In tow IJM 10. IUIJ1"fdn..WQlJ.JOg ;
name NOTIFIED that on action FICTITIOUS '/. of aaraae ONLY $13.500 down ft assumef'TpHyWenls '

and address of the Personal for Dissolution of f marriage NAME (, 'I of $245.65 month (S/% Int) TOTAL PRICE 1 veningsi I Please call "tioMt9servic 3urv ua.wnh y. haw fecal' "eYown-.M".bA IrioT il l\ no,

Representative has b..n filed the ... ..,.q 4 .elM onuiuol lor an.IrtWIn.bhlla., ...
and of the Personal -1 1I VernE Odom; Srokerhic h"t.tou; ,. .... .;, ,.
against you and you or.requlr.d Pursuant to ,r .,, vA tocPVr12R.ylCLUB) ''h. h. d.to.1t.. .-' "", ,,,
Representative's attorney with GRI. hone 9645476. ,-. I ji -1.A\IJg'ord.. r.y provtd..ouft. ad..1M1I!>" ,..u"l'i' ,,
to serve a copy 865 09 Florida n like new, 3 BR 2 lath fam. Room C
or. set forth of your written defenses, notice Is hereby -fe" B1 I i F\replocl!Uc.nt heat/air, w/w carpet closed gareg.l9fftJig,1,1 J.R. KLlly. Associate ), omtcsh4rAssoci 0 hav.reduced. ''hu0142-.6td"tii)

below. "if any to it. on the plaintiff that the .. pHMfliJ ; ( & assume S50.000 mortgage at 11%, lot i lynn. Bavls. ......ocla IJ7TTPW!. .r t.q) ,. ."'.3114 "'::JiS\'p.: :li mac" 9J,

All Interested persons 's attorney whose COLON THOMAS 312 : ln() tftl.O O.' /. I ,i.n> :? ." .1._,.,. fO>bh"lIfo ; aboaVI.Wopi.ad'." l'IiIi' dh lhob
or. required to file, with name and address Is Brownlee St. Starke, \XAl ; lldi 'll 11iolt Un.-C u.ff. IOm"tI'P '1',
the court WITHIN THREE Oct 1118 Lok' "'otooonnLHlfDll'IQn'h
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George H. Pierce. Esquire 32091. sola owner SoUtr? HIWAY 4 bedroom-2 bath IIrlEIiom' / t .,
MONTHS FROM THE T0FilYtESS i .! .t"'['IP"'Jh .,Ii O 00
i -
P.O. Drawer 1
1030 business under the to a hlf mlly room 4 large screened patio central! annaVIlIA'FAtQ..tCN: 'U ,AtJ".a" "Io"c 'I.d8'rlh'pa"2'
DATE OF THE FIRST "I'lI' ,
Starke. Florida 32O91 of ,. r e..
name of THOMAS leat/arr'-. ( fans In 3 bedrooms C fam. room plus a oIwiLf",,, > &OUb1n
PUBLICATION OF THIS ,Ceiling 1 R
and file the original with SAFETY SERVICE. 312 ; South bt .. why you no la 9. j1."t.iI.'JIII
NOTICE: ((1)) All claims the clerk of the above Brownlee St. Starke, W1K! I barn 6t2fscr.s gooellond .65000. (Existing I st mortgageWALK could .'vb.gon ...,AQI ''fw'dlinll"'L"" IU}

ogoinst (he estate and styled court on or 32091. intends sla6Ott: "). REALTY hun"ng a'l', 4l1Sftold'Jloo.'
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(2)) any objection by an before, June 8, 1981, register said ', | |lofD! ').rnuin ... r '. & .eO tt*>S obnoll ft ::::';;id''ll": nf i ,'.ioCJ ".'C.re :
interested to TOWN/bank/post oHIce/church 2 bedroom.
person otherwise a judgmentmay JQ
under the 10.1.1
whom notice was moiled be entered against name sions of ,. (.! onlJ f Yearnblo'ck! horse .central heat/air sep. dining' room B ::r i !:J .glrtiS: .

that challenges the you for the r.lI.f statute. > ftm"room"-$2.BOO* (Existing. 1st mortgage approx J: nouaI 4' :

validity of the will. the demanded in the complaint Dated this, 7th day Divi 111.500 @I't %). _: riI I ." ",... .E "- eL )

qualifications of the personal or petition. May A.D. 1981 in Ncjr.lt> fj-, : y", : n. .c> ..o befroM WisheOf41p4Jefer.Ro4t
representative. )WITNESS my hand and lord Florida. 5/7 said .3 ACRES |lu,,; out of city limits. Zoned for homes or 221 Lafiiu'04 I
venue or jurisdiction of the seal of this Court on 5/28. : 204 7 mobile hornet.,$7.000. 'fa"

Ih. court. May .. 1981.Gilb.rt NOTICE OFINTENTION slake1"' 1U'h -- >. .u(1
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS Concreti'Jioek home wlts.*', a es
S. Brown As STATE ROAD II ;
| -"MINT CONDITION 'Inside and out on almost 1 acre In no
NOT SO FILED Clerk of the Court By.: TO REGISTER :, 1 town<3 IR 2 full baths, Block home- LR Fam. Rm. Cent Mobile home hook-up. Will sell with Us. -land.. ,i5.d oj
WILL BE FOREVER BAR OWM'ft-
Foye Whitehead.' as 8939" .
FICTITIOUS Kef. ft dishwasher
Heat/air new stove '
REDDot. Deputy Clerk. NAME said | $ 000. s-v Aljnott FOUR BEDROOM HOME on 10 acres. 180.000.'MusS See. I, 6..i the >"fskeA' .aS'''ma
of the first 5_74lchg 528. j ') on ,*hi\\I. (W""I 4

publication of this Notice frame ho..... Close t. bedo"ns. 1/ bath home
with .
point ONE ACRE In town
to BEAUTIFUL
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Pursuant Screened-ln .
of Administration: May IN THE CIRCUIT Neat 2 BR Frame (or. lot front parch' : j %37'4O8.<< { *.Im. J f' "

14. 1981. COURT EIGHTH 865.09. Florida clo..elln back pa'ch.'1Z2.S00.: r > shopping e.nl.r.\1tlm" ,3.. Nd$1.TtNO! r, e
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF notice i It hereby
Personal R.pr.s.n. FLORIDA. IN AND that the of 0 '\ SIX ACRES with olderXleUe. home lawtsy .,.... $Jt. 00. ;lr.f Ws,""'how you* this 3b I
FOR '
GRAHAM 2 BR-F 2 with .
ratine: JOHN G. MEYER. RD. ame on acres pecan. pear .
both hem
I. dnsejns' l ena
Personal Represesnta- BRADFORD COUNTY. BURL TRAYLOR nt ffg. I citrus trees room for another home or mbiIehorn. ,..tDl !! .f

tI",.. Rl. 2. Box 39-A. FLORIDA. 1025A N. Temple : Pine and rent hauie' Reduced 25000. 130 ACM RANCH with bapns.. stacked fish ponds, fei. ed WALK nice TC/corner TOWN.! lot. $27. ,. .OO. .

Keystone'' Heights. Case No.CIVIL 81190.ACTION Stark.THURMAN. Fl. 33091... "' i and cross fenced. 'if"".. F114IIkIi1 '!'S''b.droJ.:: '2' '.

Florida 32656. the :IV acres $5.000 $ Acres $9.000 .Jerms. '
PIERCE & HARqY. P.A. In 1'.: Th. Marriage of JR.. 414 W. Davis $ I Itark. I :! DOUBLE WIDI on TWO ACRES Wilson h d. Furnlir >d. both homec'$37.0001"" 1\
.. Fl 32091 ; cash LOOK A .tHIS..J .CI ','
H.ol.rc.. CHARLIE LEE JONAS. $ .hl: i
S George of *SR230t S'/'acres line strand of'haVvestable limbersurveyed
P.O. Drawer 10310.: Husband and ALBERTA owners doing i lot subUlvlslon 22500. 2.62 ACRES with septic, well and .lect,K.P,$ \$OO. To. ns I Nice nelghborheaa; tonws! Ii
Starke. Florida 32091.Attorn.y CURTIS JONAS. Wile' : under. the firm name I for 9 .. .. with' *hls' 3 bedroom ., h.alh '
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for PersonalRepresentative NOTICE i I S BAIT. ft, TACKLE*. ( |!, -n" >t ( ..o I* oh of't :j I.' ,1. j-.:, bedroom home. ."w'nh 3 ac .. I4t1t1fjoa'COMMERCIAL; rJ ; *
Of SUIT-' N. TwnpleAve.: ; .,, SI9r legal .App'!., 20 ,acres US301 goes to Railroad! .3 Wooded., : PRICED TO SELL! Three .'. -C, 'ztJ
....
((904 964.5701)). PROPERTY Fl 32091. intendsregister } .- :. a .i'U.000">A.pev...i A, ti4I4rAEti' with i te"i 26500.: __ r '. ,.,... .. ".,..-'; "

S l42t. nd 'with
JONES. 'addressunknown. name sindes", It.1 weododtermsA pines $22.000 ,. menls. Walking

Ira .IHE CIRCUIT .. > i lions, o.f01.q "pvv a o 'V ,_I.t:: : 1>>'1.1 1 ;;. extres .S'2.500. .' ., "I,, lohoM the shopping!dlsfRffll"center.!
YOU ARE HEREBY!: statute' : > 521,700,00.141t '"uloutuM ...26liMM'
O .. .. \
COURT. Wn..f'
EIGHTH
: l.. IN "rcs I YOt ;:it .
terms.. Only
5tPf : not Good
NOTIFIED thai -an action Dated this 3oy .1..cr. mollll.om. et 3000. ..) J (< LOT INOWN. 'i o1fvO
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ol l ail'Ii\ .., S 45 .fi.MAprmeats .m
fo Ditsqlutlen of mar- May. A.D. V>81> InS> .u
FLORIDA. 'N.AND FOR (< Mt'u'\-II S,,," I",,,, O
Realuut2
BRADFORD COUNTY. i.g. has been filed. ) ford, 'FlorjdcysSJ' % WS'HAtt lSTI! GS-C..u.JAS.f'OM-If 39JflTAtNViD For wfh: you. .p.clf'f.f&tdl"'

FLORIDA. ogainsf. you Alberto Curtis 5 28. ... -., ft I 'n $. I 10 < ...>" ototnJ '

C.s.Pfo.8P.313CA.CTVIl ACTION ,., quired JO'lo.t *'and..,,,.you aVopyouf a(er.-- of IN 1.t1 >CIR<:"' T ,' ft C 1t. nc 6'';' "" ,,n,....7.. ANVtlUua sowNIwytCIIOP Property. .. Manag.m.\So"lc. Appraisals.... qi s,,|tl Ter.J1sJIiQit2114 oluO

In r written d.f.ns.t! ,if OF f'l R1 'A. I PA.. \ / 'TEt HOURS flOitICJpe44 .. 6,9ld4MbI Kay C. Weter.iItsbSiA.
The .
r : Marriage Gf. 'JUDICIAL ., ... ,I.,", ...C.. .., j Susan M. eufleiel. Eileen Slallllrht41! fit
JAMES y'. FCLTNER. Husfcondond .any to", on the pitiffs' m- AND FOlhc' .... :' Nov\\.WClf04.9IJtrJtalo. Ire Faulkner. RfALTO1AUOOA1'4Q5)12 Patsy
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'At Slame Elementary Cafeteria Dinners $3.00 aid lids at Stark1e Elementary! Cafeteria



CLOWNS! MOTORCYCLES! FUNNY CARS! BANDS! IUUTY QUEENS! BE THERE

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FLORIDA PI.rc. A Hardy, PA. Andrews Drugs Montgomery Ward

Barbara's Beauty Salon 301 Liquors Keystone Fashions BROOKER. PROVIDENCEGAL
Archie Tanner Funeral Horn* Th. DeRitch Green Family Chief of Police/ Jimmy Bowen Sunshine Florist Wayne Parrlih Paving
Bradford Convalescent Garden Liquors A Magnum Concepts Richard Judy A Pat A Millie Munden Tanner' F.R.M. Feed
Services.' Inc. Bradford Packag. Real Estate Broker Marla Cunningham" McKenzie Tank Line* Elton Smith
Bradford Barber. Shop Carl Hurst Moxie and Kitty Carter Jackson Building Supply Florida Hydrocarbon Co. Osteen A Coskln Chemical
A to Z Pawn Shop Hurst Shell S.rvlc. Best Western Motor Inn Roberts Insurance Green's Grocery Supply A Fertilizers
-Carlo A bite Johnson Shon A Toss Saxon Powell's Dairy Freeze Cam Aircraft Service Inc. L.R. Stilwell Jr. A Family Thomas Grocery
Croon Welding Shop Lewis Timber Co., Inc. Harry Gruen D.D.S. David Pfennlnger Carroll' Grocery Osteen A Son Seed
Jam.. A lobblo O'Brion T.rwlll.gar Motors Denmark Furniture Jim Young Aviation' Russell Green Family Bleltlng's Tire Inc.
Tomplo Motol Dr. A Mrs. Wm. Marchese Julia's Florist Zedra A Elma Hamilton
Stan's Bootry The Office/ Shop J.D. A Vernte Odom HAMPTON Floyd A Mono WigginsWORTHINGTON
Bradford Furniture IndustrlNorman's .t Johnny Scott Jim Dalzell Harrell's Welding
Farm roduco A S.S. Noegel Auto Sales Homer HartMoonlight Lynn Davis
Seafood Mkt. Crawford Garag. Enterprises Griffin Industries

Williams Jowolry Stuckey's Norman Lorine Sanders ... Lott' Country Corner MAXVILLEHarris
Advanced Electronic Joyc. Adkln Wan.'. Paint A Body Shop
Lawson's Montgomery Ward Crlffl A Son Fiberglass Tom Hard.nbrook Groc.ryCarom
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W.'. Most Steve Murphy A Family C.W. Green BALDWIN Ie. by Bob
.. Maxvllle
"""" -- *"""' AI Jackson RAM Body RestaurantElla
Jones Craft Slap Young Vacuum Cl.an.rsRalph Building Supply
Nova Flynn Bryan R.al Estate Automotlva Part Center Baldwin Auto Supply Inc. SPRINGS M. Refuse
Supervisor Elections Teal Till Carp.t. Inc. Thomas Auto Parts Johnny KilgoreW.H. Mary's Florist Todle GrIKI' A FamilyPryor's

Clb A Jewello Brown Leila's Dress A Gift Shopp. Mike A Gloria King Gllllard Hitching Post Place
Esther S. Hall. Philip Clark. R.altor Fritz Kramer Mr. A Mr*. C.A. Crew HDH Part Whitley Steel Company

Tax CollectorA Brown Heat A Air Inc. A Friend Franklin Reed ,. r : Doc'. Saw Shop Florida Crown Printing
Frl.nd Roster's Garden C.nt.r Virginia Shannon A Friend ; Buddy A Norma
Letter T. Crows Food N Scat Stark. Paint Center Baldwin Amoco -' Jean Parrish

Drama Restaurant ERA Faulkner Realty Badcock FurnitureDon Everybody's Restaurant_ ..\

Torod. 011 Company, 'Inc f Shuford' Chevron Service Smith Renee'sEverett
Shell Oil Products ':; Jack Shelton Crown Central Lumber Braddock Mayor
yr, RAIFORD
Mack A Adeline C.W. BostwickPllcher's HIGHLAND
Fred Futch
Community Stat. Bank 1'1t HaginsJo. "
HI-Lo
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; Groc.ryDobb'
of Stark. .". .' .'. Saw Shop Hard..'. Meat Market Produce Eunice Nursery
Elzle Sander New Method Cleaners Lonnl. LynnBaldwin Amoco Service Hard..'. Gun ShopHazel's
Acme Hardwar. A Building, Judg. ,
Supply Wlnn Dixie Stores, Inc. Davis Trucking Company Barber Shop' ::; Grocery
Dlan. Stitt Bradford Square Florist Irene Beauty Shop D.C. A D. Truck Line. Inc. Alvin AndersonF.M.

M. Sanders Th. Outfitters Farm Bureau Insurance Larry's Grocery Herndon
John Poppas R.O. Simmons EquipmentCo. Verl A Connl. Best David J. Joseph Company. ., LAWTEY H.M. Herndon
Bradford Square Barber" Shop' Jam. H. McCarthy Car Shredders Garrard Mold Company
John Dukes Stella Br.w.r Florida Rock Industries James A Elsie, Loyd Waters Grocery

301 Qulk Shop ; ,.. Mo.I., Tire Company Van' Upholstery Baldwin Food Store .t' Wayne StarlingBlanche
Brier's Gem Paul' Drive In Cleaner Bradford Title A Abstract Russell A Betty Bowen Taylor

St.wart WlihartJames' .. George Ricks Salvage W.R. "Bill" Alderman Larry A Lula HiliBaldwin' Wife A I Ceramics ", THERESSA ,

A Gale Condor I, Thornton A .gnSalyogo", .,?,,, t..: Tom A Barbara" Casey. '.. ..... il..L..v....,.,.. Shopping Center. Heath's Auto Service ...' ;;. ....BA bILProduc.t: :' .<' .." ,co ",
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'-'H'A R Block' '" "'JI (t4" Ynw r i 24 Hour Vfreclce.Service' ; )n <,riAI'. A Marge Carlisle ... """nc, ,.,., A.lT ?! vrvijT{ .:,(":1"r LoWfji'Barb.rI beauty.r ,vEdward's Grocery "
Harry Gr..n Auto Parts Smith Brothers Body ShopS Dr. A Mrs. H.H. Adams .Jax 1.10 Auto Truck Plata Shop 3 T Shop

Carolyn Mints I W Muffl.r Shop Bradford County Hospital Oral's Garage
Crafts Medical Staff w Ben's RefrigerationA
Stark. Firestone Auto Garage **
Truck C.nt.r M.dl Car of Bradford County Jesse B. "Slim" Sander TV Friend

Bret A Jerry's Athletic.Shop \ Diane'. Beauty Shop Bill A Evelyn Cruc. Thompkln'
A Friend George Robert Insurance State RepresentativeFrank Larry France Battle CONYERS. GA.
Dahmer's Inc. WilliamsRed Bill A Betty Mathews

Jack Wynn Century 41'! A Irma Buford
Kim Clemons t -' ''- Roberts Real Estate Payne A Bernice Salomon A/4: GAINESVILLE
Dolph Reddish Stark. Motor Parts Magic Needle
Coca Cola
I Bottling Company ORANGE PARK
> NAPA Paul A Clenda BakerT
Sheriff Margar.t A. LAKE BUTLER
Harry
i t Crawford: Brothers Register' 011 & Gas Company G A Y Family Center Stalling Bar B Qu.
t; Masonry A Family | I> ,, Sonny' Stanley A Patty Davis
Davis, Monk Farnsworth ,t.' Ira A Patsy Welch Western Steer Family SteakHouse WIiMe t.z Flower Country

=...;a npan"T'I' I ...qc, It' Dlmgle Style Shop fn'f.d:. Lake Butler Farm CenterWard'
"Julian, ''McRao'' **' rvy1odl'',h I 0' 1 I z,"oV if ",od,1S opci, frpoV,4 Draw'Tlte. Inc. ,Florida Rock industriesUnlverslfy trlc. Fuel A Tire Service
bo b life of Georgia t, 0'/1 .V1.l \ :: )Coln 'au" Five Wind. Lodg. Doyle Varne Insurance Inc.
;7<)">*|'F,w"nercil', Home \ ". ':' fl-S".hln.lEIi.c'trlc"I I David Lawson Paint A Body l Qty/ Florist Canova Howard
.dray.'HOrMOn'" ,b. .' bvgn >no' ''Jimmy'and"Sandra Alvarez Shop dalnesvllle! florist' Lake Butler ApparelRobert'
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trftirtByUngto'n | 'I""Rojr's' A Market Bowen's Pest Control Latimer TIr.'Company
( Glft'ShopIi,<*. i I.| ''1; : Grocery Service Station
,0. : >'lm> (Bydiy) A ,' Captain D's Sonny's RiptPit' Bar-B-Que
eBullftjfOMtPhoto'! StfOp"} t liu.. t itjflowerS'b'y -4L) f Andrew Drug The
; ; Larry! r,_ ., Margaret, Lewi* 'Cecelia: / Terwillegar RealfEitdte HUt!"s,. nn.S.rvic., Inc. John 76 Station members of the
Ad.IStaritgu| .t' -.. II vDerrjpsey Motel Ito, Pete.FanchW The Country Hub Starke Shrine Club thank
:jDavldVBrewnhigo. I Ii, C.'"' "1' (nit .Mr; i+ Mr. Richard' 'E. Welty r ..v "Cardin' Bros. Septic Tank' Dew'Kaf Aviation, Inc.Fllght'ir River' Hardware A Furniture those listed for their
tj 'il.l.V* b'*i? ; r rf..a Thir ton .- .1 ** I)" '11':> DM. Hal. ''
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:Clty-Barber'Shop I' JOllA ,'l'IrMemo' of rc''inA" rive ""4J t.a.L Fruit A Gift ;Galn .vl"" Airport Tax Collector
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,Bobby A'Gertie Me Ha::* _. ..13r.J_ _'9.APat( T'.19 r NOFlolda 'I .. Restaurant Gainesville Neon Sign. Lottie Lee Archer everyone to give them as

"ordan' :Ag... y''. ,,velfilHoliday I- Bank at t r"" -... Nrt-Wav.s Jim Hall Paints Inc, Supervisor of Election 'much of your business as
:, Inn of Sta,'.an*<.-o''; Bill/ Povl l IU ggll iAlllgot "vFay's: III B.autY Shop Jeffcbat Signs Jackson Building Supply |possible.A .

Do- rop.ln Bargain'Hous* t'.i ygrnon A Linda Parmenter Mid-Staf.. inc.Electrical Fortune Federal

401.'Bergain Center 43 1 I"" Vernon SIlcox Contractor' Parrlsh Feed Store
Almidn's Exxon I Ir "" ** l: 1 h Henry A Charlotte Greene Williams Signs, Joe Shaw Wrecker Service

Looking Class' "" From; i

Pst Co .l"JI -' Tommy A Evelyn Chastaln
E.J. Dowllng StaW.i George Prlngle TaxGas y
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. Rtf. a'MKv 11cdt.r' : ] \ +t! ti-! wLIsuranc. ., '. r Paul A Jean Stegall Ideal laundry A Dry Clean Shadd's Shell Service
* Baldwin Chevrolet II.,,.., .' rt Buzzy A Sandra Croon lag Welch's Gulf
* Mac A Carol Ialdwln.s' ,.,Kai" .. Agency Inc, .:J\Y BaldwIn-Hayward AMOJeep Dolor! Beauty Shop
Charles Dlnklns' ,Dt Gulf.1'ettPQH'fb'D"' Inc. W.R. Woodard
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Scott Whitehead Builder ,, Durban Memorials A Mrs. W.F. America Howard' Auto Parts
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TJie'-8tarke. Star,, aid. a'etI' ,,., .Hayes 18 Lawtey, 3 "
Buildcn \ : -Electric: ,.,. gam'<< r.//... 'IGene' ,Tanner poled, a three-run Tankard Tabbed for Roundball Jr. OlympicsEddie the undefeated Phil's won twice Stroud and one each from Zurfluh
weeks tti Mer/s Open play, \iI i homer out of Edwards Road Field more to push their record to .u. 244 Kirby Joe Hildebran, and Donnie ,j
ing twice in'two tries. ,JIi. f''j.; .1 I Ronnie Kilby tripled, and David, Tankard, the i-fooi/4-mch t forward who led the BHS Tornado basket games 'better than the Twins' 6-2 Francis used bases on balls to whip
Hayes improved its ,,undei"' ed Gaines was 2-for-2'with a double to ball team in rebounds with 10 per game while scoring just over 9 points a night mark. the Rangers. 'I
record to., '-0 while 'th Jrad.Hayes Builders 4 Electric has been picked as a member of the Gainesville area Jr. Olympic basketball May 19 James McNeal tripled Jason I
strengthened tlB'l6Ao; : !pc"98econd'place "t "'J.,.the Wildcats. Donnie past team. i ,_.. Phillies 1a. Indians II: Pilcher doubled and Anthony r'
with a 5-4 mark.The two lea Uev', and Norman Nettles was 2-2 The club,an all star zrteam'of Junibrs and one sophomore from the Gainesvillearea Darin Patterson cracked a triple, Darmenia and Alvin Coleman singledfor '.1
i Gary 2-3101'
leaders were scheduled to meet ;ft Lawtey coached by Eastside coach Mike Kirkman was to play an Ocala team Chris Noegel had a double and single the Lawtey ballolub. I
Wednesday ni ht.May 20. ," '. May 13 Wednesday night May 20,with the winner moving on to the state tournamentset Hal Davis and Jason Smith each May IS ,I
May IS Stan 12 Lawtey 7 for June 5-7 in Orlando.The state champ qualifies for Nationals in Conway, delivered two singles and Matt Phillies Tigers 3 '!
Stars 1s Olin'S, .. Larry Long and James Curtis were Arkansas,July 22-26. Whitehead singled in the Phillies Tiger pitchers handed out 18 bases l
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Paladino .ftid:ATom / .. a-for-3.Clayton Norman 2-4, and Scott The players ranging from Live Oak to Hawthorne must be 16 years old or ninth consecutive win. on balls, while Bill Hamilton, Eric
Mike .Teator\. .. scored In the bottom of the seventh to led all younger Jan. 1, For the Indians Bart Neighbors Noegel, and Billy Mercs stroked ,
provide the winning difference in the .J the way in topping Lawtey's Wildcats Others on the area club are Marlin and Merlin Jones and Jimmy Johnson of tripled and doubled, Jason Johnsonwas doubles for the Phillies. '.]
12-7. "Eastside,Danny Lucas and Nate Foreman of Buchholz,Bruce and r
Stars 10-9 victory Monday night. Perry Bobby 2-for-2LEd Douglas doubled Ron Zurfluh tripled for the Tigers, :
John Riggs led the winners with a Hayes 10. Olln's I Frierson of Live Oak, Tracy Scott of Hawthorne, and Nelo Williams. of Lake City Twins 21 L. Suns 10 while Kirby Joe Hildebran doubled II
Chuck Mullins slugged two home and Billy Whitney singled. f,
me and Dwayne Stricklanddouble David Gaines was a perfect 4-for-4
; and Jim Lewis unloaded a third inn Hankerson Selected Softball All Star runs and scored four times Rob May 12 I
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as Powers belted a homer and a L. Suns 12 '
triple Indians 25 -
Mike Stewart was 2-3 and'Roger ing homer as Hayes eased by Olin's
I Mitzel doubled for Olio's Mobile Homes. Sharie Hankerson, leading hitter on the BHS Lady Tornado Softball team that and Allen Porter delivered another Jimmy Langley had a big !
recently took the school's first district crown, was chosen as a member of the homer and a single for the winning homering twice and adding a tripe
I Region II all star Softball team,one of eight in Florida that will vie for the state Twins. and single, to lead the Indian,
Results from Church League Softball title to be decided at the Sunshine State Games. Tim Lewis added a double and Dennis Glover added (
The area club Sharie was selected for will play the Region I team SaturdayIn Terry Rogers singled once and scored Wayne Prevail homered and Terry i
...more from pg. I2A. Madison. The winner qualifies for the four-team Sunshine State Games softball four times. Berry doubled for the Suns.
finals to be held at the Lady Gator Softball Field on the University of Bobby Buckwalter, John Standing thru Tu* W-l
who got two hits from Jay Eaves and hits by rtoger Bennett.Terry Hardee Florida campus July 31-August 1. Strickland, and Wayne Prevatt slap- Phillies 9-0 \
Scott Polk and a 1-1 night from War- Greg Alvarez, and Coolidge Gassett ped homers for the Suns. Twins 6-2 i

ren Langer. league-leading Kingsley Lake Baptist McDuffie, Saucer Make Fla. Wrestling Team May IS Indians 6-3 <
just did get by Church of God Tigers 13- L. Rangers 12 Tigers 2-6
Church of God 9-Hope 8 'Kingsley which got three runs in Michael McDuffie and Larry Saucer of the Bradford Wrestling Club placed Ron Zurfluh's fourth-inning home Lawtey Rangers 1-6
the Hope bottom Baptist of the rallied for five runs in the top of the seventh to overcome a high in two wrestling tournaments recently and qualified as members of the run was the game-winner as the Lawtey Suns 1-8
seventh with one out 5-3 deficit, was led by Bennett and Florida schoolboy wrestling team.
strikeout but a bounce-back allowed to the pitcher and a Doug Crawford, both 3-for-4, and Last weekend in Sebring at the Schoolboys ((15-16 year olds) Wrestling Tour. I
hold and Church of God to Terry Hardee 2-4 with a double. nament McDuffie was runnerup in the 131 pound class and Saucer was runnerupat Merchants Streak
on move into a tie for second. Snap Olympian
RJhoden Blaine Dyal was 3-4 and Randy 143. Both had just one loss and that by one point decision. i
Harvey was 3-for-4 for the
Joyner 2-3 for Church of God, which The places qualified the two local wrestlers to accompany the Florida state
winners while Harvey Smith and Bub- also from The Merchants, 2-4 coming into the reported last week as Olympians 5-2
pinch-hit singles
got team to the Southeastern Regional Schoolboy tournament in Atlanta Ga.,July
ha Cole both> had 2 hits and Sam Farelon McClellan and Tom Bailey. 3-". game surprised the Olympians 7-0 and Wendy's 42. In fact the Olym-
Bassett was 11. Monday evening, snapping a six pians started this week 6-1 with a six I
Two weeks in the Ram-Page wrestling tournament at Interlachen
Duane Searle Gerard Hammond, Church of God 18- Madison St. 7 ago High game winning streak amassed by the game winning streak while Wendy'swas '
School the pair representing the Bradford Wrestling Club coached Ronnie
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and Joey Dampier each had two hits Harvey Smith went 3-for-3 with a league leaders but the Olympians still 33.
Harris in
placed the Junior Division.
for Hope. double AI Waddell was 3-4 and Bo have a three game cushion over the Details of the week's games will appear I
Larry Saucer a junior at BHS,was second in the 143 pound class and Michael
Harrison went 1-1 as Church of God second place Merchants and week's
May II McOuf, Wendys In next Telegraph.
a sophomore was runnerup at 130. ,
SM/Presb. 10- Brooker 7 won its third straight. squads. :
Larry Saucer. Williams. Wager, Gary Melvin, David Harley and Both wrestlers won four of five matches in Interlachen with Saucer losing to The Merchant win was the first Stmdlnp.thruMon.Olympians W-l
and Brown all had two hits for the Doe were all 3-4 for Madison St. champion Tim Grimsley of Ocala Forst 12.10 and McDuffie losing a decision shutout of the season in Dixie Boys 3-4'72'Merchants
winners while Matt Herres, David to 1st placer Randy Walker of BuchhoU. play.
Hope 18- Calvary 6 Wendy's 3.4'b
Baldwin Holtzendorf, Zurfluh, and Gerard Hammond and Pat Murphywere The standings were incorrectly Civ us 2-5
Jeff Belcher were 1-for-l. both 4-for-5 and Ron Stricklandand .
William Harrell was 4-for-4 with a Duane Searle 3-4 as Hope Baptistled ,
_ triple and Buddy BuOard 4-4 to lead from start to finish in dumping .
Brooker. Bob Davis was 3-4 and Eddie Calvary Baptist. \ w
Lewis 2-4 with a double. Calvary was led by leadoff man :srWwoY
Calvary IS-Jr. Stars 4 Richard Slade, 4for4.Jr. -- I

Shortstop Michael Ames slappedfour Stars 14 Brooker 10 .
hits and led a Calvary Baptist The Jr. Stars rapped out 10 hits to
defense that limited the Jr. Stars to score 7 runs in the fourth inning as I
three base hits Monday night. they claimed their first 1981 tact
Richard Slade was3-for-S with a tri .Ttllu' 4 i.' II''
ple and Buddy Padget doubled for the Timmy Nugent was" 2-for-2 to lead I'I'I

winners. the 13-15 year olds while Kenny
Jimmy Schoening Kevin Johns, DeWitt, Jimmy Schoening Randy I
and Donald Thornton had hits for the
Wheeler, and Greg Chambers were
Jr. Stars. 2-4 and Bryan Stephens 11.
Mays Jerome Kelly was 4-5 for Brooker OUR PHILOSOPHY
Madiston St. 13 Pine Level 11 Baptist with Joe Robinson and Jeff I
Gary Melvin was 4-for-5 with a dou- Woods 2.3, and William Harrell 34.
ble to lead Madison St. Baptist over Hugh Crosby tripled. .
Pine Level Baptist in a ballgame that Methodist 10. S
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was close all the way Pat Mundorff went 3-for-4 with a IS TO SERVE YOU A

Both David Harley and Clinton double Terry Mundorff 2-2, and Erie .
Sellers were 2-for-3 for the winners Biggs 2-3 as First Methodist scored
and Gary Robinson was 11. '. six: times in the fifth to' beat .
_ Greg Alvarez had three hits for Episcopal/Presbyterian. Kevin HAMBURGER THAT'SBUTTER ,
Pine Level while Lee Casey was Tillman s triple was a telling blow in
2forwith a triple and both Ricky the big inning.
Alvarez and Wayne Blankenship 23. Jeff Belcher, Buddy Paterson, and
Kingsley Church of God S O'Neal all had two hits for the losers
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hy Carl Tilley
, traffic and when the officer thinks he tuning forks one set at 35 mph and the ton was pressed the radar did not i
BCT Staff Writer sees a speeder, he pushes a button, on other set at 80 mph. register the trees: or the house at all. 7 ,. sI
At one t'me or the' other most the radar display, that locks in the When struck on,a solid object the Still, with these facts the judge over- 1 I, .
drivers have observed law 'enforce car's speed. forks produce a high pitch sound that turned the speeding cases.
ment officers setting up radar speed, Officer Jackson explains, for exam the radar will pick up and record. If Law enforcement officers tried to
traps i In the Hide of the road. ple, if he parked his patrol car on the the display panel on the radar shows present the results to the judge, but i ?
Whether vou have been caught side of the road to catch the flow of anything below or over the fork'tone the facts, in the report showing the 1 fir
j I I speeding! 01 not, you may have traffic that the type of radar Starke pitch the unit is not used. This processIs radar recorded no speed when the
i wondered just how accurate radar is. uses will show the on coming cars actually recorded and certified, then placedon record button was pressed were not
"Rddar is accurate and gives the going slower by some 2 mph. file. allowed. The judge allowed the
driver the advantage, says "This", says Jackson, "gives the Controversy over a University of results concerning the speeding house
Patrolman Sonny Jackson of the drivers the advantage." Miami study emerged almost a year and trees but refused the same reporton
Starke Police Department, who has The reason for the 2 mph less speedis ago concerning the accuracy of radar the facts that the radar recordedno
:" attended !the Police Certification because that radar units are best units. This study involved university speed when the record button was
School of Radar. effective when they are in the direct students that used a radar unit that pressed. d
bheritt'" Department, Highway line of flow with the traffic. Becausethe picked up a house speeding at 25 mph All radar units have what is called a ,
Patrol' and local police use radar to Starke radar units are mounted and?a group of trees speeding at 85 "confusing factor." This is built in so
catch, ,.ixMfUrs, in most cases. The inside the car they will be at an angle when the radar picks up sounds or I
4 state.fIid l +u , record Ihat t W, percent of all speeding showing a slower. over to a local judge who, in turn, will simply not record) the movement I '
tickets passed ')41'0'; :'N result of Outside units will overturned some 181 speeding tickets when the record button is pressed. '
radar usage. pick up the exact speed of the car as it from the Miami area. "The record button is the speed that
Radar is a spin off from the old is in direct line with the now of traffic. Results of the test clearly showedthe counts," says patrolman Jackson In Ll
.. military a'r' tadar trackers. Radar Highway Patrol officers and the radar unit indeed caught the trees addition, Jackson said that if a personis ---
,' units in use by law enforcement agencies Sheriff's Department use the outside and the house speeding. The test also stopped by radar he has the right to
1; have been modified to bounce a radar in most cases. showed that during the testing a student see the recorded results on the radar Patrolman Jackson Maik Police Urpaitiiiriil SJ>'H. 'K.iil.nis tit I
,., signal off a moving object that Each radar unit is tested for was whistling over a C.B. radio display panel. The speed on the ..urdte."
returns it to the radar unit, recordshe "Internal Accuracy" before the radaris that caused the radar unit to registerthe display panel can only be obtained
; ned which is then locked in on used and at the end of its use. In ad- speed. after the record button is pressed The accuracy of radar and its use The only real challenge is ,it I
the radar 1I.plaYs.ant"l. dition, the radar unit is sent back to The test also showed that when the Texas has an advanced radar unit appears to be accepted in all states operators of the radar units.,rc t,
In the and Union the manufacturer every 6 months for speed record button was depressed to that not only records your speed but The methods used to assure it is work ed in its proper use! .Florida ,II
County area radar units are of two certification and general record the speed the radar display takes a picture of the driver at the ing properly are universal. The use of with 40 other states, now rtqu
types, outside mounted type and the maintenance. showed no speed at all. same time. The speed results are radar has been challenged in the training of no less than 40 I I.
inside type. Tuning forks are used to check the The radar unit was fooled for presented in court along with the courts, tested in universities and before a person is certified ds a rad"i
Police officers observe the flow of radar for accuracy. There are two awhile but when the speed record but-. photo of the person behind the wheel. questioned by judges: and lawyers operator.
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I Credit For ] Hard To Get UCI Officer Caught With Marijuana in Shoe .
Young People ..............
An officer from) Union Correctional juana found in a shoe arcoid
Institution was arrested! for introduction Union County Shentf's D.'partllIO
: by Carl Tilley idea of always paying cash can cause the bank to pay cash for the TV. "It their own money. Most lenders will of contraband into a state prison Colbert, employed at UCI .1'*
BCT Staff Writer you a big headache. was the idea that I wanted to keep the not grant credit if you do not have a Sunday, May 17. seven months, was arraigned i to
I "Lack of credit is a problem, not as money in the bank in case something checking account. During a routine inspection of Union County Judge AL. IJi llg,
] Credit is a financial necessity in our bad as poor credit, but it is a problem happened," Reddish stated. Make certain that your credit employees entering the prison and released from Union County I
: society today, but a difficult com- ," says Larry Reddish, assistant The TV shop owner asked the nor source is reliable and has a good Charles Colbert 21, of Starke was ar- in Lake Butler after he posted $
I' modity for young people just starling vice-president at the Florida National mal questions and informed me that y reputation. If you obtain credit and rested with about 20 grams of mariA bond.
out.Most Bank at Starke. Young people today, with no past credit history he could the source is not of a good reputation,
adults, at one time or the when applying for credit the first not sell the TV. that credit may not be accepted by City Man Arrested For Setting Woods Fire .
other, have purchased something on time,run into a situation of"no credit "I was crushed," said Reddish. To other stores or banks.A .
4 I credit. With a world full of credit history" that very few understand. solve the problem Reddish went to woman should apply in her ownfirst Starke arrested for Bradford Sheriff's
I man was set County 1)1'1 [
cards and instant teller banks, The is for high i
paying problem even worse
, another store and tried again This name Problems have arisen ting fire to a wooded area 200 yards ment
for something on time is a way of life. school students. time he paid a large down paymentand ,with the husband and wife with all the south of CIt-2JOA near Wilson road Thornton was arraigned bet
r'I More often than not, young people When a person applies for credit the rest on credit. Reddish ex; credit under the husband's name. east of Starke at midnight Sunday, Bradford County Judge HIzu'
, who have never needed credit find and has always paid cash the bank or plained that he paid the TV off in a This puts the wife in the position of no May 17.Lindsey, Sanders and is being held in the B
that car or house they want cannot be store has of if that
no way knowing few weeks. credit even if she has helped the ford
pay Ka>burn Thornton, 24, of County Jail in Starke in lit
I purchased on credit. person will pay on time or pay at all. "Now I had what was called the bill Starke, was charged with $2,000 bond.
arson -
! Last week a young man came into Reddish explained that some small start of'credit history'," .' Apply to local retail stores for wilful burning of lands according to
the Telegraph news office with an area banks will loan with no "
money Bank officers suggest that people credit cards. Use the card andeOjiblish
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unusual request-said a need- credit if the has <>.n
story past history person a with no credit history purchase a good payment record.
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.w '" area for tt long time. payments. This can be done If a large 'The Federal Fafr Credit Reporting
younghave\ : never charged anything Inn The problem now Is that a person enough'{ down payment is made. Pay Act helps to ensure the accuracy of a
) life, I always paid cash," says needs credit. Now to get credit he the item of I mi ''one or early if jou person s credit history A person turn- I
,Joseph Wilf inger. "It was hard for me must have a credit history. This is wis i. This wa.IU have a credit ed down( for a loan or credit has the
,o take being turned down for credit." great but to get a credit history you Jnstory. right to know why The person, by
Wilfinger has a good job, his wage must have credit.This may sound likea Some banks may not extend credit law, mus>, be (old why and be told the
was fair and he always paid cash. riddle but it falls true and often with only one credit reference. It may name and address! of the credit reporting
This seems like(the American dream, frustrates young people today take several items on credit for some agency submitting: the report.
no bills and enough money to alwayspay "I had the same problem when I banks to accept a credit history Credit grantors look at the ability to
cash. first applied for credit," says Red- One of the first things young peoplecan pay and the willingness to pay
The American dream falls: short, dish,who explained he had just gotten do is open a checking account at a Always try to follow the arrangements -
however, when a person with this problem married and decided he wanted a TV local bank.This checking account will provided in Ihe credit O
wants credit for item. This Reddish said he had the in d
an that money reflect on their ability! to deal with contractStarke's &

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was arrested by deputy Samuel II. Paramount Poultry Swift's Pork / j with
Eunice Thursday, ,May 14, at her
residence on a warrant issued charg-
ing her with six counts of welfare Central Air Con
fraud (ting the months of Februarythru NEW STORE HOURS itioning ':;
June and September of 1978 when
he violations took place,according to o;
HCSD 8 A.M. Til 6 P.M. from SAWYER !
She was arraigned before Bradford
County Judge Elzie S. Sanders who
Thru
ordered her released from the Brad- Monday Saturday
ford County Jail in Starke on a $1,000 COMPLETELY INSTALLED

recognisance bond. FRIDAY MITE nl 8P.M._

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has be rten a / received by' 4
; i educator*Across!: theill"; lon:. "
;;;ii.::\| Head Start's educational l ''program :
I lis deslgwxj i to meet;leach\child's in- %
'.tiividu need;of.ehtttommunity served and its I ri :
ethnle?,?*,*: welj'ias, cultural
charac t Ucga, );tf programs have a1/
majority 6t) bilingual children, for ex-
ample, at least one teacher or aide x
must speak the native language. ,
Many .'Tow-Income' pre-school :
children have never seen a doctor or
dentist, Head Start provides ;every t tq'
child with a health care program, Including -
medical,'. dental,> mental
health and nutritional service.
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A handicapped child can often learn
.. more readily in a group with other .
children than in a separate group for /
the handicapped.. Head Start carriedout : < D
a 1972 Congressional mandate requiring -
r nu Admire Plants "
that at least 10 percent of its } f.L pie m
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national enrollment consist of handicapped .tr4tw 'J
children. This handicappedchild .ih'
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program is now applying that :.jj. '' ; s J
same mandate on a StatetoStatebasis. About 2,000 Visitors'trflhe: 21st annual ,. hanging baskets visitors to the show Instructor Stanley Crawford assistsin
Union Correctionar.XnstituUon' river the three days saw plants in 10 the 2,800 hour program which cur
Often, parents of Head Start inmate flower show vie\ 'wtIa-is. divisions entered by 33 inmates. rently has about 60 inmates involvedin
children have so many problems billed as the, largest collect:: p;.lIl l o<. The horticulture program was maintaining 60,000 plants.
by Carl Tilley making ends meet that they cannot flowers in the State,, ; ."?-s.,:: ,.. begun 23-years ago by vocational- Each visitor to the show received a
BCT Staff WrU..rEach give the children all the things they Built around the.. .theme this yar'ot., ftjCTfculturv instructor MB. Jordan. souvenir plant.
need. It is the job of the Head Start ,
year, almost a million asked a panel of experts to draw up a social service coordinator to refer '
children from low income families program to help communities over these families to local agencies, to "" : \: -'
enter school for the first time. come the handicaps of disavantaged help them obtain the services they re Youth Camp $:> ,
"Many children from low-income pre-school children. quire. ". Complete Foreign Car Service
homes begin school with health problems Project Head Start, launched as an Results have shown that Head Start Dates Set ; 'V\ .t
and a lack of self-confidence" 8-week summer program, was children score higher than com- Applications are now being-" ;f TUNE UP
says Miss Reeves teacher at the Head designed to help break this cycle of parable non-Head Start children in for the Florida Game and Flesh
Start program in Starke. disadvantaged young people. the pre-school testing program. The Water Fish Commission's summer 8 Cyl 30.95
Research has shown it is possible to Starting in 1965 the first Head Start studies also show that Head Start youth camp. ';
!strengthen the ability of a disadvan- Program opened with the recruitingof children perform equal to or better Boys and girls between the ages of 8 6 Cyl 28.95
taged child to cope with school and children age3toschool entry. Head when they enter school and has and 14 years old can look forward to 4 Cyl 26.95
the child's total environment.In Start, over the years, has become resulted in fewer grade retentions. canoe trips nature studies Hunter
1964 the Federal Government primarily a full-year program and This writer visited the local Head Education and many other conserva-
Start school in Starke. was an impressive tion oriented activities. 4 Ply Poly White Wall Front EndAlignment

Ttfatch Where Ion Put lour Feet parents concerned display with of teachers the well beingof and The $75 weekly fee includes excellent Multi-Mile Road Hazard Fiberglass Belted

I children. meals, comfortable sleeping FET FET
Results from the overall Head Start in roomy cabins nature hikes and an A78X13 28.88 1.63 30.83 1.76
Out Nowby be in the in that will be MaV
S-N-A-K-E-S program can seen childrenas experience camplife E78X14 32.88 2.12 34.88 2.21 H M KV VIl HV
they become more selfconfidentand the highlight of the summer.
better prepared for that first day G78X14 36.88 2.38 40.88 2.54 Computer Bal.
school. Eight one week sessions will begin G78X15 38.88 2.46 40.88 2.62
Carl Tilley Snakes live wherever they can find The Head Start Program may soon June 14 and,run through August 8. H78X15 39.88 2.66 41.88 2.84 3
BCT Staff Writer' food and a place to hide from be a thing of the past. Proposed cuts Campers will be limited' to a 2 week L78X15 47.88 2.96 44.88STARKE 3.13 Most Each Wheel I
Cars &
enemies. Florida snakes can be found in President Reagan's plan calls for maximum slay.Applications Trucks
That time of year is here. All the lit. in trees, underground or in the water cuts in the Head Start Program, and additional information
tie snakes are now out doing (their "Fortunately," says Wilhelm, on either the Everglades or FIRESTONE
thing whatever that is, and citizens "people do not dislike snakes as much Ocala Youth Camps are available by
should watch their step. today as they have in the past." According 1 \ .' ;;;; calling the Lake City regional office, us 301 N. .(**.. Fto. 8e4 543ee
Although they are cold-blooded and to park rangers, people have toll free at 18003428105. Reex
perfer warm weather, snakes in learned that snakes are as importantto ,, \ ) ,
Florida do not hibernate during the us as are hawks, owls, foxes and
winter Instead they crawl in holes bobcats.
and under logs on cold days. This writer could not find many
There are 60 kinds of !snakes in people that liked snakes, but all agree M' j ''OlaY1
Florida ranging, in size from the that snakes serve a "I hate
7-inch Florida Crowned snake to the the sight of a snake purpose., says Ruth Mlemor icilThurs.r
Indigo which may reach 8 fee'' in Richardson of Keystone Heights,
length. "But," she added, "I suppose they
According to rangers at Gold Head have a purpose of keeping the rats
Branch State Park north of .
Keystone and bugs under control. ; -
Heights, ;inhere are six types. of During thin Julie .bf'the\yenr. the
poisonous snakes in Florida. snakes are out and all residents
"They won't bother you if you don't should be careful in the woods and Sale
bother them," says Hanger Robert around the home. Park Rangers say Fri. & Sat.
VV'ilhelm. "Snakes are just as impor-
that snakes will leave you alone if you
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tant as any other living creature leave them alone. Rangers also ad-
Wilhelm added. mitted that snakes are hard toseeandone
Wilhelm slated that snakes eat might get upset if you stepped on
YES WE HAVE TERMS
animals such as rats and mice that
could become a nuisance. "Snakes him.Watch and be careful lifting
your step
should not, t be killed," says Wilhelm. old logs and trash. LOW DOWN PAYMENT ', 12.8 Cu. Ft.


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out on top. day care centersare problems It has been discovered that was'piclled"UP," !lay!, Linda. Accor- fo..cedtorlse., ; > *-ni, \ {<:a
Working parents with children, in If, a working mother, w'trt' two a necessary expense. Nine of the some parents '''cannot put' their ir.);. I ding to Linda', the moment the child "It is expensive'; but tpday'both the\.
most cases, depend on day care children, places her children in a day mothers were working for minimum children in a day care center. saw1'' the day'crl\?'.mother, ;;," it stopped husband! and "the wife"'have to work( to-,
centers and pre-school nursery pro care center while she is at work the wage.$3.35/hour(( ) with the remaining "Some small children Ket'cbnfuSed'' crying."TI'" make ends 'meet; one. working,.,
grams. net take home pay is very low. five'earning above,minimum. as who their parents are, says Linda mother said, summing! up'111:1\ : pro-,;,
Inflation has hit everything and day For example: Working at a j job pay- When asked how they can justify Johnson of the Johnson and Johnson "In this,case;;" Linda; l says, "most' blem.. ,. .,.1!
care centers are no exception. ing $3.35 pn a 40 hour week brings in workiog" with around $51 take home Day Care-Pre School Nursery in.,' mothers s op' working and stay at ea
Bradford, Clay and Union counties $134. After deductions of $13.10) foi- pay inostsaid"Itis$50 more for food Starke. Linda explained: that small home\vith i the have 163 day care centers. Averagecost social !security and $8.91 for Federal or biJJs) if I was not working." children are often only' half.awake i moon.f
per week for one child is$25. It is* withholding taxes: the net is $111.99. I''IGst' working parents put the when dropped off at the nursery early n' 1974 the Florida S tate The world's highest ,.?
estimated! that most care centers take With $40 for child care and another bk me fqq low take home pay. on inflation in the morning. The facethe; child Legislature, : enacted laws for tain, measured from the center <,{
care of two or more children from one $20( for auto expenses to and from'' .;ipP j, sees for most of the day is''the: nursery establishment of mimimum rules and of the earth Is not Everest, iI; \
family. work and the working parent earning "W tl just my husband' working mother. regulations''for,child care facilities. but' Mount'Chimborazo I in ..,,
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Florida State Prison! inmates last razor ribbon would be 125000. the industries building. Gets Man ArrestedA With Careless DrivingTwo Mishap Brings Citations y' :
month, according to the Departmentof One of the recommendations in Better lighting along the
Inspector General Brierton's report was to install "razor perimeter fences and additional former inmate at Lawtey Correc- male teenagers were chargedwith Both drivers were charged in an accident 'II j
David H. Brierton, a former FSP ribbon" a type of fencing that Brad- firearms training for tower officers.A tional Institution was arrested by careless driving and speed too involving a car and motorcycle ,M!
Superintendent. ford described as much worse, much tower officer 200 feet from the point Marion County authorities on a Bradford fast for conditions after their cars on East Call Street at Thompson ,
Brierton issued a series of recomen- more dangerous than barbed wire where the inmates broke through the County warrant charging the ex- were involved In two accidents with Street in Starke 4:56: p.m. Tuesday, ,
dations that included a call for use of around one-third of the prison compound fence stated his automatic rifle inmate with failure to appear in cir- two other vehicles on West Call Jan. oil l
"razor-ribbon" fencing around FSP. that is not surrounded by it misfired, but Bradford pointed out 60 :uit court. Street, 75 feet west of Christian John Alexander Scieszka, 66, of ,
Local prison officials say they are now. The inmates used electricians rounds were fired from the same rifle The arrest was made Friday,Jan. 9 Street, in Starke at 11:38: p.m. Saturday Jacksonville, was not injured but ,'#J
aware of the need for the razor ribbonto pliers to cut through the fence to the next day without difficulty. of Gibbs Lingerfelt, 50, a former in- Jan 10. damage to the 1976 Cadillac sedan he.;lil
completely surround FSP, but that make their escape. "It's obvious that he was not attentive mate at LWCI who had been charged Stephen C. McSpadden, 16, of Lake was driving was estimated at $65. .-..;
money is a factor. Assistant Superintendent Richard enough or he became excited and last August with felony possession ofa Butler was not injured but damage to Mark Jack Woland, 15, of Starke > '
Brierton issued the recommendation Dugger pointed out the razor ribbon he did not get his weapon into proper controlled substance. the 1974 Ford car he was driving was suffered minor injuries, and damage.|
to the managers of the "would do the trick." firing position," Bradford said. Lingerfelt was released on $5,250 estimated at $200. to the 1978 Suzuki Motorcycle he was nu!
maximum-security institution near Dugger says the project had to be Bradford pointed out medical examinations bond in connection with the charge Damage to a 1970 Ford pickup truck driving was estimated at $350. \r\\ \
Starke. If DOC Secretary Louie L. done as money became available. by prison doctors did not which involved possession of metha- owned by Rosie Addison Prescott, 40, The motorcycle was eastbound on ,?1.
Wainwright approves the report, Other recommendations in Brier- discover! any evidence of excessive qualone which he is charged with ob- of Jacksonville that was legally parked East Call Street. The car, northbound -;
Brierton's recommendations will ton's report include: physical abuse of the inmates once taining from inmate Jerry Lee Smith, was estimated at $750. This vehiclewas on Thompson Street, came to a stop hi'
become requirements.Some Extra security procedures in the they were apprehended. Some of the 27. Smith was recently sentenced to involved in both wrecks.In sign then pulled in front of the motorcycle ,,tr;
correctional officers could be kitchen, elevator, and prison- escaped inmates complained of three years in state prison for felony the first mishap the 1974 Ford car which struck the car in the left .?; i
disciplined for lax: security that con- industries areas. The inmates who mistreatment, according to Bradford. possession of marijuana. was attempting to pass another vehi- side. \v.-
tributed to the escape, according to were all food-service workers, left the Dugger stated that high pressure Prison records indicate Lingerfelt, cle and struck the parked pickup n',,'I 1
DOC spokesman Vernon Bradford. kitchen, retrieved some contrabandfrom !sodium lights along the perimeter serving six months to 15 years for truck in the front according to the '
Under investigation was the April 20 underneath an elevator and hid fences, have been in the budget request assault with intent to commit murder Starke Police Department. Many Got Stuck "h?,!
escape in which five inmates left the in the prison-industries building until for some time. was released from LWCI last Aug. I, Randall Claudelle Reams, 16, of >',..I
prison by climbing through a fence nightfall. lie failed to show up for circuit court Starke was not injured, but damage to i"AIr
near the athletic field after one of New controls on officers' uniformsand "We are just waiting for the last Aug. 11 and his whereabouts were the 1973 Ford sedan he was drivingwas \!
them pilfered a correctional officer's a tight new procedure for approval money," Dugger said. "We recognizethat unknown until he was arrested in estimated at $!))00. In observance! of National Hospital
uniform. of movement within the com there are some improvements to Ocala. James Franklin Shirley, 60, of Week, May 10-16, Blood Pressure and <,
Ramon "Ray" Gray, District II pound. The inmate who had the of be made. Some have already been After his arraignment before Bradford Starke was not injured but damage to Blood Typing Clinic was held Monday IJD
regional director, at a press! con- ficer's uniform on, faked out a tower made." County Judge Elzie S. Sanders, the 1979 Chevrolet sedan he was driv- night May 11 at the Bradford County..1 i
Lingerfelt is being held in the Brad ing was estimated at $300. Public Library by Sandra.cn
ford County Jail in Starke in lieu of In the second mishap! the Ford car O'Briant-Johnson, anesthetist! at the),,..
$52,500 bond. was traveling' west on Call Street. Bradford County Hospital. ins
ObituariesGilbert Reams 'was attempting to pass the Ken Tombley of the Civitan/"
Chevrolet car when the Ford car Regional Blood Center in Gainesville, \if.
struck the pickup truck which was was assisted by Volunteer Missie 1'<.1
Hoffman !Mrs. Alvonia SummerlinMrs. Lloyd Moore !Mrs. Ethel Forsyth Bell parked, bounced off it and struck the Stewart. ,._,
Gilbert E. Hoffman, 67, of Keystone' Chevrolet car, according to the Blood pressures were taken for 45 sits
Alvonia Summerlin, 93, of Mrs. Ethel Belle Forsyth Bell,
Lloyd Moore, 56, of Lake Butler, age
died in the Starke Police Department. residents had blood .
Heights, North Florida residents and 37 -ii/
died 73 of Starke died
Starke early Friday morning early Saturday
died Saturday morning, April 9, in the Both accidents were investigatedby
in Gainesville done.
Regional Hospital !May 15:>>, at Bradford County Hospitalin North Florida Regional Hospital in morning. May 16, in North Florida DeVoe who cited typing >r.
Lt. Denton
Thursday May 1-1. following a long illness Many residents! were pleased to ,tlf
extended il-
Starke, following an : Regional Hospital, Gainesville
Gainesville, after an extended illness. McSpadden and Reams for careless learn that their blood pressure was in. .
lness. Mr. Moore was a life long resident following a long illness. and speed too fast for condi
Born in New Castle Penn.,January driving the normal range. -,\If
30, 1914, Mr. Hoffman came to Mrs. Summerlin was born in of Lake Butler. He was a truck driverfor Born in Bradford County, Mrs. Bell tions. The youngest! person to have their eU

Keystone Heights 7'2 years ago. He Newton, Ga., where she lived before a lumber firm until ill health was a lifelong resident of this area ............... ................ finger stuck for blood typing was 19/,I?
retired moving to Tampa. In 1975 !she movedto struck him years ago. Mr. Moore wasa and the widow
was a architect was a was of the late Herman month old Sekennia Bell. The oldest >.
member of the Faith Presbyterian Starke and made her home there. member of the Presbyterian faith. Bell. She is a member of Bethel Bap-- Frank Gotch whom many person was 89 years old. .10:'
Church where he served as an Elder, Mrs. Summerlin was! the widow of the Survivors include: his mother, Mrs. tist Church. consider the greatest Bradford County Hospital plans tr>.;:!It.
a member of the Keystone! Golf and late Andrew Jackson Summerlin and Mina Powell Moore of Lake Butler ,..wrestfor ,Jn_ m.oderJ.times": ,.,., ,. participate with the"mitrityo1ivwv
Country Club, and a member of the was of the Baptist faith. .. .'. ., and several nieces and nephews. Survivors include: two daughters, held the record for the,,,,, ,,,,"' other health care projects thjugri )Ul'.rtW
Turkey Creek Country, Club,, 1 Funeral services' were' conductedMonday'al'StSffp.'m. .Mrs Dolly Corbiny>Starke and Mrs' ""..u .gV14. tvst4all.i-tsi09, n9oaq..''''1 the lt1..J. ;'. ,--nrJ nU boa ..iUii
Gainesville. Survivors include: two sons,MJfvih'Summerlin !, t ( in the Chapel a/ June Sapp, Orlando; 10 grand- oppqpept ,' T 6, .1,/%,",seconds ,., ,;"1". -IP JM .... Survivors include: his wife, PaulineB. Starke and Bob Sum- Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler children; and 17 great grandchildren. .n"J

Hoffman; a daughter, Cheryl Ann Mrs.merlin Mae, Lake Cannon City;Trenton three daughters Mrs. Ber-, with Burial Rev.followed D.L.in Griffis Mt. Zion officiating.Cemetery ..' ..,. ".... ....''..,.. ...._. ......,... ... -'-_-',."'. ...'.-....'"..-.--"._. .- ..-". ,,",, ., ,.-. "_."."..." ,'-,'"
Massie. New Castle, Penn.; two sons, Funeral services were held at 2 't' :: ':' .':- ,1 ; ,,":"h-- "'" -J.:: -. I.; .. '. .'" .
Gilbert;;, E.B. Hoffman, Houston, tha Lee Summerlin and Mrs. Dora under the direct ion of Archer Funeral p.m. on Monday, May 18, in the l.
Texas and Richard H. Hoffman, NewCastle Adler, both of Tampa; 15:>> grand- Home of Lake Butler. DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. 1"
Penn.; one sister. Marguerite children and 15 great-grandchildren. Donald Scheetz officiating. Burial Graduation Cakes : ,
Ray Athens, Ga. ; and 5 grand- Mrs. Gertrude llau followed in Kingsley Lake Cemetery
children. Funeral services were conducted at Mrs. Gertrude Hau, 66, of Tuscon, under the direction of DeWitt C. Jones A gift that can be shared
Funeral !services were held at 2:30p : 2 p.m. Monday May 17, in F.T. Blount Arizona, died Thursday, May 14, in Funeral Home Starke.
in. Saturday, May 16, in the Faith Funeral Home Chapel in Lutz Tuscon General Hospital.Mrs. with fellow graduates
Presbyterian Church with the pastor. Florida. Burial was in Myrtle Hill! Hau was born in Dusseldorf,
Dr James! R. Neale, Jr., officiating. Cemetery in Tampa with'Archie Tan West Germany in 1914 and moved to
Interment was in the family plot in ner Funeral Home of Starke in chargeof the United States in 1929. She recently f\Ck \t"1 t"1Forty Qaaoa( 'il a aoa'f
iraceland Cemetery, New Castle arrangements. moved from Slarke t tp, Tuscon and.is :
Penn. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home illau n
survived by her, son) Randolph; ? I
was in charge of the local arrangements and family of Starka?H u|I'.. ,i' percent of the average 1, 8 E. Call St. ,911.1-5139Q< ,

James Hugh Truluck A memorial service ;,washeld in American diet consists of fat. oW
Calvary Baptist Church of Starke on .... I ,.
Louie :Martin Carter James Hugh Truluck, 82, father ol May 17. t. _. rt, ,,.,n-< ..Idtnotn
Louie Martin Carter 78 of Max-: Cecelia Terwillegar, and grandfathei ,
(1
JI .1 II 'j","'Uli blln/ rtllO'Jm.q I
yule, died Tuesday May 19, at Live of Clyde Byron Terwillegar III of ,d'r F'sh's o2
Oak Hospital following extended il Starke and Mrs. Herbert A. Nelson, Earl Thomas Howell SNAPPER O E S ALOY ,! />bnu lness. Jr., of Keystone Heights, died Tues- il tin
day afternoon at the Seminole Earl Thomas Howell, 60, of Hampton F. qinV.ioW
Born and raised in the Clay Hill section b' lsn
I'' '- n'Nu) oI 110od
died in Gainesville.A .
I of Clay County Mr. Carter'owned Memorial Hospital, Sanford after a Saturday
m.q I: Ic rbiI : rt')
and his farm and drove the brief illness.! native of Ashland Ky., Mr BEC1USE "S ,
operated 'ER""IS -' xji.iO roll/ '11/.' I;)
Howell had lived
in the
-.chool bus for many years. He was a Born in Olanla, S.C., Mr. Truluck Hampton last ''I : >I I Ii... .fi.IJ'' iloqinVwoll'/'l !:If I'!' Ih
10 n
member of the Clay Mill Baptist moved to Sanford 56 ago and years. Mr. Howell was a retired C : nu"1 .xj.. A Till'n ) tii bUit >>
years
Church. owned Security Lumber Company. speech with pathologist having served 'OMAL' TO' '".,. : ,0, -/I/ ) 0' I xi; Survivors include: his wife. Mrs! He graduated from Furman University earned area his schools Masters for 25 years He had QurA" ?''IVIlf.:1' : a .vl'I'tb IIi' moor' '111,' .I :mN
Nettie Fountain Carter of Clay Hill; Greenville S.C. lie was active in Degree from the '.-I .' ,!I t ,.IUrrnn'nilSNAPPER !

one daughters son, Leon, !Mrs Carter! Bernice, Live Oak Mosley; two, ed the as First treasurer! Baptist for Church 22 years having, was servo a member University of the of American Florida and Speech was and a quality means dependabl'' r."I"flUlng' (tor cutting: ifs 1 ,t flht pa| 2s y; bn-t'tie-'so; ,.;'!rr,1''x" ''') :u.t:.

Highland and Mrs. Nancy Thornton of charter member of the Sanford Jr. tist.Hearing! Association. lie was a Bap- formance. Combined with this quality is adjustment of cutting .ght'and,. speed-i '(J.lhfiuiI I ir,

Starke; four brothers George (Carter Chamber of Commerce and was an Survivors include: two daughters, versatility for handling your/ (lawn care and,''afloating; cutting urtil' !which minimizes"" IIi'Ul. 'u

:Inlet Middlehurg Elmer, and Bryant Clifton Carter Carter Doctors, both original Associates"member sportsman's of the organiza"Fifty Judy Walter of Temple Terrace and chores. All SNAPPER walk mowers, with; .:'" :;s alping\ .ad damage. SNAPPER: Hi-Vac? :' '. "', ": ';:;

of ( three Mrs. Jan- Lori !lowell, St. Petersburg; one\ son appropriate options ,
'I.IY1111; sisters tion. can movVjjblovv, bag, models operate even more efficiently during '' I "'."

nie:Mosley.Higginbotham and Mrs. -Bertie!Mrs.Manning Hattie, all Survivors include: his wife of 62 brother Timothy, Paul Howell Howell Atlanta, North, Ga.Canton; one vacuum, mulch and shred,'f.propeI1ed' 'h gtirToist! ) (te conditio: $. ,. :;:,f.l

Maxville: ; four grandchildren and years, Janie Thompson Truluck; two Ohio; and Iwo grandchildren. models also can de-thatch. ,,, u, .,, SNAPPER mowers pre. worth more -I..!
one greatgrandchild.Funeral daughters Madalyn Scott of Cor- Funeral s'rvices11I be held Thursday All SNAPPER riders deliver a smooth'be' do I Jew
services will be conducted onado, Calif., and Cecelia Ter May21, ((today), at Windel.Brant ?us,: they more and their price.is, "I .
nt :i)0:: p.m. Thursday May 21, willegar, Starke; four grandchildrenand Chapel in Portsmouth Ohio. Burial even cut, plus; immediate response): steer"cbm'petitive with other quality mowers:
today), at Clay Hill Baptist Church two great grandchildren. will be in Grcenlawn Cemetery, Port- /;
with Rev. William Bowman Rev. Bill Funeral !services will be held Friday smoulh, Ohio with local arrangements 1 Meet ,u '1''I), J
lleiulricks and Rev. James Saunders May 22, at 10OOa.m.: in the First u.ider the direction of I .. I
officiating. Burial will be in Long Baptist Church. Sanford. Brisson Johnson-Hayes Funeral Hume Albert Batten -: '. )1 .
Branch Cemetery with Archie Tanner Funeral Home is in charge of ar- Gainesville. I ;

Funeral I Home of Starke charge ranl1'pmC'nts. Shawn WIth optional, y your expert !',,- r ",
/ I t' of r l' ;
arrangements. Abu etcher '
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SUNDAY SHRIMP FEAST 10 tried shrimp Lawn .,' ,,j;..
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;.Mrs. Huth II. Murphy ('. 1 Iv"-Jwer\4.\ ,
Cole slaw ; '. Ml.: T
:Mrs Ruth II. Murphy of ; -r:;
c French fries
Florahome. died. Friday May J 13; in/ $309 6 I r>U
the Bradford. County llo.spilal.Survivors r HushpuppiesSUNDAY -' ring Tune-Up f I 'Jl
include: her hushiind.. r 1 julrf/
,Janus :Murphy of Florahome; one SpecialSWAPPER (
daughter :\IrI.wmi: :M. DeSue of / SPECIAL /dvt, I' I'rri iI' i/
Sturkv; two sons, Jerry Murphy: of EITHER DINNER "
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Florahome and Willie James Murphyf r '3.09 I .htII::: v $1 9.)9 5 "iclUe_ ipane ; a rem 4'ew '
.. Hawthorne; (two siste..sIrs.: Ada' I" I a
:weed of Jo'lurahol1lt', and Mrs. Ida .16 chilled boiled """" MoSt M6'werS 4( ;..4' w m'i :'' ;' .
M.IV Brookes of Gainesville ', 4 ,
; twobruthcis J" )
shrimp 1iI I L 4..
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l'hffm'dItbon.: Sr. ofKlor.ihonie ,. '\ .
44 R' .Slaw .
: z FriesHushpuppies
and Arthur :Nelson of II"
Gainesville, and a son-in-law. Ji S ? ..
Clarence t Busier) DeSueof Starke. : r- Cocktail. sauce
Funeral services Mill be held Sat ur- + Iit ,
clay May :/:1/: al Evergreen; ;Missionary Each Chipper has: 'tJ 't',. 'd1.
Baptist Church at 2 p.m. in MONDAY & 2 CHIPPERS fo .. ...
.2 Fish fillets
Florahome with Rev B.W. Grillin officiating. TUESDAY Mowers'TWer.........la tam i r/ ;} \ r, It., I?,, .1I
1 a' Fries .3aw n wwa, "; //1 '
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will be in the Sister ONLY .99 .
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Spring ('emet'r\'. Interlachen SPECIAL &1 Hushpuppies '. .. b't ; ... -. .. .-
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Florida. .

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Lawtey Newsby Holds Little Women's Mother-Daughter Club Tea Hampton Hilitesby Girl Scout Newsby


Elizabeth Terry Sunday with bin in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. The Little Women's Club held a Dolores :Meng t f
Phone 782-3300 Jerry Glance of Palatka. Mother-Daughter Tea last Thursday PhI 468-1913 Carolyn Eaves
Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Futch of Quincy evening at the home of their club Phone 061-3812
CHURCH ACTIVITIES attended homecoming and dinner at president, Stacey Denmark, on participated'with other family Junior Troop 614 recl'ntly'isited'
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH the First Baptist Church on' Sunday. Parker Street. members in celebrating her mother's80th the Alligator Farm near SI. Augustineon
Homlecdmlng' was observed at the They went back by Starke to visit Special guests for the occasion were Birthday. Mrs. Mae Russell of Gateway Day free admission to all
"HSiSB'May .". Singing was real their uncle Rev. George Prevatt, and the club members' mothers, and the New Philadelphia Ohio appreciated Girl Scouts in our Council. Senior
wag, David Brown's family and their cousins Mr. and Mrs. officers of,,the Senior Woman's Club having all her children with her for Scout Pam Pratt led the troop in join
message unusually good. Bettercome'an4 Benton Futch, before returning home. and the Junior Woman's Club. this occasion. ing a Mayport troop in a song exchange -
hear' him. We had a real We are happy to( learn that Mr. and The guests were greeted at the door Dolly flew to Ohio on Friday and while waiting for the alligator
good'dinner'and plenty of food. Two Mrs. Earl Prevatt are better. Mr. by Karen Chitty and Mrs. J. E. Den returned home on Monday. She en- show to start. The scouts enjoyed the
ladies were baptized after the evening Prevatt returned home last Saturday mark. They were invited into the joyed visiting friends and relatives wrestling, learning of the care of
service. from North Florida Regional Hospital family room area by Gina Lane and to while there. snakes and riding the giant turtles A
LAWTEYGRACE :METHODIST In Gainesville. Their daughter. Mrs. the tea table by Pam Pratt. highlight of the day was lunch by the
CHURCH: There will be a new Junelle Underwood, visited her The table in the dining room was /' Attend Shower ocean and shelling Leaders are
minister*"'this coming conference parents on Mother's Day covered with a white army-navy lace Mrs. Paul Meng accompanied her Diane Tierney and Cindy Zurfluh.
year. Rev.. Don Love will be moving Mr. and Mrs. James Anders of cloth over a light green liner,and was daughters, Joyce Meng of Jackson- Brownie Troop 301 enjoyed an overnight -
his ministry to the building formerly Palatka, visited their'mother, Mrs. O. centered with an arrangement of silk ville, Sallye Scoggins and Erik, to "camping" trip last Friday in
occupied by Emmanual Baptist J. Anders, on Sunday afternoon and dogwood blossoms. The table held an Orlando on Wednesday. There they the back yard of Becki Smith. on
Church. This independent church will brought her a nice gift. Mr. and Mrs. array of a wide variety of party foodsin paid a surprise visit to her daughter Crosby Lake. Leaders are Linda
be called "The King's Church" and it Billy Anders Sr, also visited her. silver trays. The guests were given sr Beverly Wanner. That evening that Roberts and Chl'r'I1\1oss.
will embrace the full and complete Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Crapse, Sr., plates by Robin Stern and were In- all attended a stork shower honoring
teachings of the Bible proclaiming were Sunday dinner guests of their vited out onto the patio and pool area Beverly, Girl Scout Camps
Christ, the soon returning King. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and by Sherra Mott. ward Winners. On Thursday they went shoppingand Offered To All (.il'ls
The Singers of Heart who comprisethe Mrs. Bruce Crapse and girls Placed at the end of the patio was Vonda Brown and Bert Mclntir dining. They returned home Gateway Girl Scout Council I serving
Love Family will be appearing on Christina and Athena of Jacksonville. the punch table which was covered Thursday night. fifteen counties of Northeast t
Channel 47 the month of June. Watch They came home by way of the homeof with a bright yellow cloth and held the Hampton Chi'istian Academy Hosts SltelC'I' Florida is taking applications! now
"Health and Happiness" at 10 p.m. on Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Ceballos and silver punch service. Several african On Tuesday night, May 12: the Mrs. Dolly Simpson hosted a for attendance at summer camps.
Wednesday evenings for these ap- family Michele Rowena and son violet plants were placed on the side Hampton Christian Academy Awards Miscellaneous Bridal Shower for Girls do not have to be a Girl Scout
pearances."Campers. James of Jacksonville. of the table. Inviting guests to have Banquet was held at the Western Lynne Waters Gaskins on Wednesday member to attend any of the camps.
for Christ" will be at Mrs. Wyolene Day and son Keith ofJacksonville punch was Suzie Alvarez and pouring Steer Restaurant in Starke, with evening, May 13. Mrs. Shirley Nor Camp programs are designed to
Crooked River State Park near St. visited her brotherinlaw punch during the party hour of 8.9 seventy-seven in attendance. man co-hosted the shower attendedby meet the needs and appeal to the interests
Mary's, Georgia, this weekend. Drivein and sister, AMS-1 and Mrs. D. S. p.m. was Beth Starner. In the Lower Learning Center members of the Hampton Chris. of girls in various age groups.
and look for a space near us before Brown and family. They spent Satur- Refilling table trays and the punch grades K-2 those receiving trophies tian Church. Day Camps Mini-Camps ((2 nights
excellence in
paying for your camping spot. Bring day at Wild Waters in Ocala. were Paige Roberts, Paula Joiner for highest average or The honoree was presented with a and 3 days) one and two week Resident i.-
your camper, tent food, hook-up fee Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie McClellan and and Sue Meadows. Assisting in servo each area were: corsage of miniature pink and white Camp sessions and Out-Of Camp
and Bible. Join us. Ask at the desk for son Paul of Vldalia, Ga., spent ing and caring for the guests were English. Mark Crawford 99.8;. carnations, Mrs. Harold Waters her trips are being offered by the Girl
Don Love to find the area. Mother's Day weekend with their Tina Best, Monica Green, Shelly History Melodie Brown 98.1; Math mother and her grandmother Mrs Scouts. There are also special sessions -
Congratulations to Brian Bowmanwho parents Mr. and Mrs. Les McClellan.Mr. Sikes Kim Rieske Vonda Kay Ayer Michelle Whitehead 99.1; Science Louise Newman, were also given cor- planned for mentally, emotionally -
Melodie Brown 100 and Mark
graduates this year. We would and Mrs. Buster Bennett and and Kathy Gillingham.This sages. and physically disabled
like to say "WELL DONE" to all daughter Nancy spent Mother's Day was a "first" for the Little Crawford 100. An arrangement of fresh Spring girls.
graduates. weekend with their relatives in Women and was headed up by the Highest t Overall average Mark flowers centered the refreshmenttable Besides traditional camp activities
O'Lena State Park was the setting Daytona Beach. social chairman Beth Starner. The Crawford 99; Most PACE'S Com which was covered with a lace such as canoeing swimming. songs
for the "Annual Spiritual Enrichment Robert Prevatt of Lawtey spent club members did all the baking pleted Mark Crawford 69; Most cloth. The cake decorated with games crafts nature study outdoor
Day" sponsored by the Gainesville Saturday with his parents, Mr. and themselves and made all the prepara- Scripture Memorized T.J. Orton, 52 burgundy pink and silver was served skills, hiking drama dancing and
District United Methodist Womerfbn: Mrs. Earl Prevatt. tions for the Tea with the guidance of verses. along with coffee, cold drinks and campfires Gateway Council has
Saturday. The theme this year/was Mrs. Stokes and son Bryan, her their Club Sponsors, Mrs. Joan Chitty For the Upper Learning Center other snacks. special interest t camps planned for
"Thou Art The Potter". The speakerwas brother William Harris and their and Mrs. Sandra Reddish. Class grades 3 10, those receiving Bouquets of fresh flowers decoratedthe various age groups: "Bike Bums" offers .
the Rev. Robert E. Fanmn, mother Mrs. Wordie Melton, all of Following the party, a short trophies for excellence in each area party room. bike trips out of camp for Grades
Minister of the United Methodist Ocoee Fla., spent Thursday to Mon- business meeting was held with were: 6 12: "Beachcombers", also for
Church of Stuart, Fla., formerly! the day with her son-in-law and daughter, Karen Chitty presiding in the absenceof English Vonda- Robert Brown Contois 98.3 Math 98.0; Grades 6 12, will explore sea life
Minister-Director of University Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston. All of the president. During this time the Hisotry ; shelling and includes fun in the ocean
Daniel Johnson 96.0 Science Daniel
United Methodist Church and Student them spent Saturday afternoon with following slate of officers were ; Hampton Klenirnljrv: School water. "Olympics". Grades 4 12.
Johnson '
94.2.Highest
Center of Gainesville. Those atten- Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Mosley of elected: Shelly Sikes president; Overall Robert Field Trip| focuses on fitness and competitionand
ding from Lawtey were Mrs. Robert Highland.Mr. Suzie Alvarez, vice president; Paige PACE'S average On Friday May 15th. fourth and includes: gymnastics, 1 swimming,
Contois 96.9 Most Completed
Lee Mrs. Wilma Miss Walker and Lamar of Roberts ; fifth and "Woodsman". Grades
Wainwright, Clyde son secretary; Karen Chitty, 49 Most graders enjoyed an educationalfield jogging. -
Arthurine Blanchard and Mr. and Opelike Ala., spent the weekend with treasurer; and Stacey Denmark, -Memorized WendySullivan ; Contois Scripture 216 trip to The Solar House at the 7, offers a chance to rough it in tents
Mrs. Hermie Kelly. his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and parliamentarian.It Nancy University of Florida in Gainesville.The cook out and learn outdoor' living
PERSONALS Mrs. Lester Walker and family. was announced that approximately verses. tour guide. :Mr. Lord, showedthe skills; "Carnival Kaleidoscope'.
The students voted and chose all the
Henry Hodges and son Hank and Miss Denise Durban and Ronnie $400 had been raised for the group many different types of Grades 2. 4. promises fun with carnival -
athletic awards for the Fall and
daughter Sarah and Stevie Crews at Johnson of Jacksonville Beach, Starke Nursing Home Project, and Those Most Spring solar collector ranels. He made a booths costumes, acrobats
tended the Nashville 420 Stock Car visited with her grandmother, Mrs. that $25 was being donated to help the Valuable Sports.and Most picked demonstration 0 wood using clowns parades and contests: "New
Race in Nashville Tenn., on Saturdayand Wilma Wainwright Sunday afternoon. T.M.R. Special Education Class at Improved Playerswere heat from the sun rays collected by a Frontiers" offers disabled girls ages
returned Sunday afternoon. They Miss Erin Braswell of Indiatlantic Bradford Middle School go on a trip to : M.V.P. Monica solar panel. 10.18 a chance to participate in traditional -
enjoyed some sightseeing while there. Beach returned home on Thursday Disney World. Plans were discussedfor Brown Volleyball M.l.P I : Yvette Broome.- This trip was the third for the camp activities along with
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey of Starke after a visit with Ray Wilson and his summer activities for the club. : classes of Miss Claudette Peterson other girls with special guidance and(
Football !M.V.P.- Robert Con-
Mr and Mrs. Lee Casey of Kingsley parents, Colonel and Mrs. William tois Flag M,1.P.-T.J.Orton.: and Mrs. Mmdy :McLean It also reinforced I supervision. "Wagon Ho!". Grades -
Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hobbs of Wilson. Girls; Softball M.V.P. Vonda knowledge of their extensive 12. will provide a pioneer I theme vv ith
Gainesville, Mrs. Gayle Todor, Scott Petty Officer 1st Class and Mrs. Joe Hampton Girl Scouts Brown M.I.P I Melissa: Brown.- study of Energy ('onsl'l'\'at ion opportunities to churn butter, make
and Brad of Orange Park, Mrs. Seeb Harris and family went to Silver Spr- ; Before leaving for the school all enjoyed jelly bake bread ride in a cowered
Softball M.V.P. Robert Con
Andrews of Wildwood, Miss Debbie ings on Saturday. They enjoyed their Have Been Busy tois Boys!\I.J.p. Bert: McIntire. a picnic lunch and games at the wagon. square dance and I learn
Andrews of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. day immensely. Junior Troop 55 have been busy The; highest t awards given were the Northeast Park in Gainesville.. pioneer crafts 'Music: :Maker
Mickey Moore, Trisha and Adam, of Mr. James Ellison was a dinr.er since before Easter. They checked Christian Character trophies. These !'khnnllllllicll\I Creative Crafler. and On Stage
Lawtey, along with their mother, guest of Petty Officer 1st Class aid; Vie 9 trees they planted in February also voted on by the students Monday :May 2.:>th has been set Grades 4 12. will dwell on artistic
:Mrs Fred Moore, enjoyed Mother's Mrs. Joe Harris on Sunday. They enjoyed a\the Hampton Park On May 9, they after were they were given criteria for aside as the Memorial Day holiday development and production.; "IndianAdventure"
Day dinner at the Western Steer a cookout. went to the University of Florida which to vote. The areas were submission Teachers and students may' relax at Grades 12. IIl'1l'I'1II'
home the beach. tivides reminiscent of the I lii'M t
Steakhouse. Museum to welcome the six third or at
to parents and other authority -
Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson her Miss Erin Braswell of Indialantic Americans including costume
who will fly from
up forth love
joy
Beach returned home on Thursday graders ; showing peace crafts and customs of the Indians
daughter, Mrs. Daisy Boch, and niece to Juniors. They are: long-suffering gentleness! and
Miss Lynn Whaley, spent weekend after a visit with Ray Wilson and his Allison Archie Jill Powers Angela goodness and being active in Christian Other special interest I'lmps1\ \
with her-parents; Mr."and Mrs. Tom parents. Colonel and Mrs. William Mitchell, Cheryl 1 Thomas Rohnal service.; outstanding girl was Man ArrestedOn clude a "Rockhound" adventure in

.. Whaley and'girls''of Tampa. Wilson. Est Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman and' '"[ii 1 Petty Officer hit Class andMrs'JoeHarris Rowland. Bert Mclntire. Weapons ChargeA in t the Smokey Mountains: mid
their mother Mrs. Ola Starling at- and family went to Silver Springs Thtere will be a new Cadette Troopled VisitorsMr. A !\ rose man. Phil Joel DeMirza.: mining for precious stones .
tended the sing at Long Bridge Baptist on Saturday. They enjoyed their by Mrs. Faye Dailey next year for and Mrs. Gerald Adkins en- 29. was arrested on four counts I ol "Snorkeling" with professional instruction
Church on Saturday night. day immensely. the 5 Junior fI "ups. They will be: joyed the visit of all their children on possession of a firearm by a convicted I and trips to Florida Iresh-
MIr and Mrs. Tom Casey of Starke Mr. James Ellison was a dinner Leslie McKinney Tammy Peeples. Mother's Day. felon by the Bradford County Sheriffs water springs. "Bl'a'l'UII". "Ahuy
visited their mother, Mrs. Fred guest! t of Petty Officer 1st Class and ShanAon Ford, Pobin Griffis andKimS On Tuesday Mrs. Adkins accompanied Department at 2:07: p.m. Tuesday. Mates". "A Taste ol Summer'. will
:Moore on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Joe Harris on Sunday. They enjoyed >nith. If there are any 71 h or 8th her daughter. Mrs. Helen May 19.The cmphiisi/e fUll m I the surf!. sailing( and
Henrv Hodges and son Mark spentCommunity a cookout. grade girls in Hampton who would Richard of Ocala to Fort Pierce. case stems from a report by' summer star gamgCounsclorInTraming,
like to be a Cadette Girl Scout please There they visited her brother. H.W. DeMirza that a Lyman .43 caliber!
contact one of t the leaders in Hamp- Preister who has been in ill health. planes rifle a Remington Gauge; Camp 'fur
I r News Automatic Shotgun girls ages 13 IK is nllcrcd 'tor 'Inur
an Antique6barrcl
They returned home on Wednesday
l,_. ton.On May 14. Brownie Troop 161 and S il"l"1,it revolving Black pmfl'l'pistol. weeks: for girls who wish to pirp.iiv
Jr. Troop 33 had a parents night at Nieces of Mrs Belle Brown who and an UK 9.:) Assault Kille for employ men! asi-ampsiall.t i IM.MIIIImcr / '
t their school cafeteria. Parents stolen last Jan. camp season in the coming
were visited her from Friday to Sunday are were reported I 28
g bjJ:..ll\I" 'th G. Walker Sunday evening services will begin at invited for punch and cake and to Frances DuBoise of Vcro Beach. Clay County Sheriff Department years. This is a Inn-tilled, teuanlmg
4'h e% -6681 7pm. Our week begins Tuesday night share what their girls did all year and Alice 'Butleir' or Sebastian Syl'iaBrown recovered the weapons and H was and educational I o\peneiu-e I lortccnagcd )
ii':. r with Bible Study and Thursday night to go over future plans for I summer of Ocala. Ruby Waddell of then discovered that 1>l'lil'laas: a i girls.
S" Kothel Baptist Church: Each with Evangelical Services. This and fall. Wohasso'' and Thelm.i. Millican of convicted Iclon. according to IK'SI I
We !fj1'pm.; .; ,Prayer Saturday May 23, the Youth Department Mrs. Faye Dailey received an appreciation Ocala On Saturday they all visited A Wal'l'i1lltHIS obtained and ho was. For further I i mlormalion about the
Meet t dturda'y 2 p.m.; May 23 will have their monthly Youth certificate for all her another n l'ce.Irs: S. Griffith and arrested by C'hiel' DeputyGlen :\. Girl SI'IIIII'OImps.. call the Gateway
month) mee llJgoL the Pastor Night services at 7:30: p.m. Everyoneis volunteer help through the year her husband of Starke Other visitors :Moore.DoMira. Girl Scout Council nil ice at
D cons an Trustees; will be held. cordially invited to attend. Words of upprl'clationere extendedto during the \\el'kl'ndere: :Mr and posted Sio.ixx)() bond and : >:.l. For (local mloiination call
Sa rday" p.m. The ;(outtt Choir will /Banquet/ : The sixth annual banquetof Ms. Smith for chaperoning the U ofF Mrs. Raleigh Branncn of Bedford was released from t the Bradford ('a rol n ":awes. at. !Hi4'iIl12; ; 1'h"'IIII'
re arse. Sunday Sctgq'am: Mol'- t the Bradford County Branch will be /trip. Lake.. ('ounl)' Jail in Starke alter I IWIII/( cil will i mail a detailed camp brochure,
ni Worship II 111' asked to attend the Fellowship of Cafeteria at 8 p.m.. Donation is $10. Dale was given a bag of assorted :Mrs. Jane Bawek acompamcd her camp
Ch rch at 3 p.m. The public is invited.Family meats appreciation for his help mother Mrs. Otis Millcnhine of
(01 'alter .Men ('hUlll'l .\\1.":, ('hur Fun Mfjlil; : : Frances ,. during the year. Mr. Clark, principal, Orlando to Atlanta on Wednesday
I'h: The Fellowship of Churches will Chapter No.140 O.E,S. will present a received on Appreciation Certificate There they attended the Yam:
be eld at Greater Allen Chapel at :3 Fun night May 22, Friday at 8 p.m. in for letting the girls meet in the school Crafters Convention. They also tit- <
p. All members are, asked to at the RJE Cafetorium. There will be cafeteria tended classes in Front hand sewiti\ \ J
ten. Rev Levy Lennon will deviver games refreshments, etc. At I the end1".1 9- 1'heJr. Girl S'uutsiII meet every and shadow embroidery ves
I he message of the program a box of groceries will summer month. In June they' will While there they tended three v+"

MI. Zion .t.11K.: ('hureht ,,I he. given away for a donation of 50 work on (swimming badge. In July fashion shims shopped and enjoyed robert harris salon
1.11 try 1 Men's Day'will bebhserv'ed :' cents. they may work on t the hiking and biking dining at the unique restaurant. Aunt a
Sunday beginning with 'Sunda / badge.; For August! t. 1 they' will go to Fanny's Cabin, a former slaws',
Sc I al 100.a.m..fhe :Ird quarterly MlmlSuilt ''Lake Buller for a d.Ial the roller cabin reconstructed into a lamousdining ;
conference 'will be held Rev F.R. Earns: ".s. IJl'lrl' skating/ rink and IlI'lp11': j.sll'jot.tthl' place Presents
Satchel will preach j at 4 p.m. All Miss! Mimi Scott has earned a school /grounds ready for fall classes. hey' returned: home on Sunday
me bt'rs and friends arc Invited. Bachelor of Science Degree in This will also hl'l I he month any' nI\\ I interested Itrrml nil.tI.I.I
\'" '1' "r Faith Deliverance Tnrple Psychology from Howard Universityin in joining Hampton Girl :Melissa Byrd celebrated! ( her 11th !f y aw
I folder: James A, llitchel.pasfur. Washington D.C. Sl'nutli'al1 register! '"I' I I'WI! .H2.: 'on- birthday on May 14On .
Services 'begin each Sunday Miss Scott who graduated Satur- tact he I school i>r :Mis. Kathy "" '111 on. ( May 14 i lil''l'Lillll'. was !I
with Sunday School at 10 a.m.Iurn! day. :May 9, is the daughter of Olivia H-2741.< : years old.Roger .
ing/ Services will.follow immediately. and Jimmy Scott of l.awtcy, Green turned tII on May: 14 o
SII'phanil'(.lI'Ihn\'It'lu'all'd her Mil
birthday :\1.113..
United Pentecostal Church: : Superstition has it that if On .May Irt Dean Padgett( was 1.1 b2CCJ

I 204 N. Water St. your ears ring, tingle, burnor years old.

Pastor, : He.,. ,,'. (),!.. Wells about itch you., someone is talking On Mother's ll.tinpliiiil.alu May" Dully. Simpson _

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Friday: 7:30: p.m..Youth Service.
Saturday: Kockathon. l
Sunday: 10:00: a.m.- Sunday School; # # # #

7:30:: p.m. Evangelistic Service.
Tuesday: 9:30: am.. .1.adil'III'ra'er
Meeting. $200 Giant $900 Large $00 Med.
Wednesday: 7:30. :: pm. Bible
Study. A group of lkicalled off Pies off Pizza off Pizza
Thursday: 6:00: p.m. Men's Prayer if a gang

Meeting./
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Rlverland IOB Music Club Held "Musicale":\Lflz1; IIK Sunday I .,,,May. # 3 .' ; ur .',' 'W f .f.; ....a. i:t1'l1/r).i..:'. : S> .e if. '; !:. .re. . :: .: .: ..-: -


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Rlvcrland Music Club, a Deena Cox, Bradlee Cox,Sherrie llari; r "Iff"U \ ;; :: -T I2 FOR RE
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and National rell and Tammy Mann. /< ;r' -ifll:! .,". .m'4 .. "' PUftiNSMA SM
member of the Florida .' .auJJ I ht : y uY I 3.spe.d:
Federation C of f Music Clubs, held a Also performing were..-l p1WB k .' o MI' : i.ill I I >I II .,ge, $25;
"Sunday Afternoon Musicale" May 3 McKinney-violin; :";J' 1.1 I Ifl /hondjnnor: :; : .} mobli4, 1I -.R' matlc 21S
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at Breaker Baptist Church.An Drew Andrews vocal; Toughed wre ", \ j 1:2 u. Argus 30osttor
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appreciative audience was Lonnie Broome piano and Vocal: ; ; ", 't1'.ju1ciUWIti'HV; ;< \ ebo1lnas" !" : trwdaposK. .tNver screen, 23'2x7 -
and vocal; '.vir .Whit*,, .. 473.4OR7vw4tfbQ.FOR -"' \' '
entertained by pianists vocalists, Jeannie Broome-guitar mtn.. You can live In ,
guitarists, and a violinist from Thomas Britton guitar\ and vocal; from Murphy.' $2 MASONMV.r 6 p.m. Au: alequlp': .i$t AtrinFixtelon: .

Alachua. Bradford and Union Coun- Anita Countryman vocal.piano; loan :. ,,1 addl. (U n tII eoryiltlon.\ ,_Cqll.' 473.237'J 'fI
and Robbie Cason
ties. homes LAIC(LOtoil sangjHJttomedPhone It
FOR
Counselors and Jr. club members Following the musicale, 6.24-'acre* near Also paln-t l lgk. 31A14JIRYttt.t.! .fl3lQOtrowrn \ ;; H I HOMES" .f

that performed were: refreshments were served in the mtn.., Several bldg. ... ,$'*.....per.4trernlu' .j; tSAtE.: ..-c-* ,
Vera Clyatt Counselor piano Church Fellowship Hall The refreshment .$12,900.00 mokes during l1"Cl5.tII.cU: '
solos Dorothy Smith Joy Cason. tables were covered in green assume loan k' phone 4/3.4367):\ ) alter ri roans* lEAUTIFUL: : TWp, ACRESt
Loree Lennon and Becky Tarleton; and white floral print cloths representing 4/2 LIVING ROOM SpFArSAOlbed. property' and horn In;
Anita Countryman Counselor the club colors. Fresh flower arrangements Lake house, three RIMOVID trundl.rYb darfQq:$ ; b by I 1 Deerwood Hill 3 mile*

piano solos Michelle Burkhalter and highlighted by daisies lake. Private. ,This,I by' a ... \\).. M1f'.u2tpd florthof Keystone. 24x64)3) ,
Joshua Crawford; Nell Mann the club flower, and plants were used $14,500.00 down, 5/1", 1", b.i,..r.,. mobile home, 3BR, 2BA,.
Counselor piano solos Yvette throughout the hall Daisy decora- .. Call, IS' FISH, O8,"SKI bp/hTn.7kHPChrysl carpal. ; CHI A", deep well;

Broome, Donna McDavid, Kevin tions were also used on the cakes These are a few of ,' .rmofgrggLvagl.!! ard with. .delicious, water
Starling and Randy Starling; Elouise served and in arrangements for the types of property Amy's fret Lr,,,3is:i QDt t 47 ,Y'+8Q.1 $28,000.: \ ,Owr>er wilt
Lawrence Itchg !5)211' .II\PV"\! finance with reasonable;
solos refreshment tables. 1''" ;
Counselor piano have .mall tracts '
Ramsey 4737033. *KC. .CQ. ''IEJ..ntOt..J/1. down payment. Discount,
house., old farms. ) years, ,fell, whet) co Ior, fXfcellertt for,.,cash. 9l2-377-7496Ar'
listing brochur. : f OFiItdr, ,, $80: Night and Sunday*
i Beulah Baptist Gospel Sing Saturday May 23 -800-438-7421, ilia.88. Two-ona- female,.j'founmoplhs' ,$IOO.i4732832.,2tpdS2l28.. 912-294.018'1' tfnchg 3/26 ,,

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.CO and
PIGS 150, pound average WANTED :
at 7:30p.m.
The Beulah Baptist Church on Featured groups include the Scriptures MURPHY, mobile 4737057. 21chg '/ I.28 COLD, sterling,.'
will FOR
ASH
south of Middleburg Call
Hiway 21. the Weeks Family. BEAUTIFUl 1OTS InPostmaster's
and TWO
I coini.r
Quartet diamonds
host a Gospel Sing,Saturday, May 23 invited to attend. 6 p.m. Retlr.menttVillage. \ ewelry.( .
is homa'!
Everyone !_ Will visit your
Huge oaK trees 376-3235. Mr.
anywhere.
of'. lake
with view big< tfnchg 5/7 "
Full Gospel BusinessMen's Cost of ( Geneva. By owner. CHRISTIAN Rittman. COUPLE need
High LOT for' 4733048. 2tcha 571MKI .
aroundV
old house
FellowshipTo 1.:...v from Beautiful lake I> LOTS AND ACE LAGI- $150-200 roomy month to rantKeystoneMelrose. >'
Meet May 23 Keystone Heights owner Phone.473.2409.4tchg .
Phone Interest
financed 10 percent 4/30-S/21.
-i 5/7 clear, sand
Energy r lot on
20.24 FlotB-i
In Lake bottomed lake priced Id. INTERESTED IN .
Men's Fellowship,Starke In lik.
The Full Gospel Business and up. One' tofive Bole with motor.
sell 'from $9,900.
Chapter,will hold its monthly dinner banquet, Satur- Now is the tfnchg 5/7 overlooking lake new condition. Phone'
m the rear banquet rooms of) I acres 475-2301. 4lchg 9/14-6/4 J-:
day May 23 at 6::JO p m. .q. ft. available) withnice
(access
the Western! Steer Steakhouse.This I kitchen tree. from 93,900,' ORGAN TEACHER NEEDED'to
month's speaker will be Dr Osbey L. Sayler, time to at On. $500 down $50 a month. give my on lesson'

M.D. of Orange Park. Dr. Sayler is a hornagainChristian summerizeyour I Lake with Commercial frontage-' Call Judy, 473-21 ISA".
doctor with an inspiring testimony and I Available Investment opportunity.SR21 473.2750.Itcha3/21 ">
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mctttage to share with us. mobil Phone N. Owner-talesman. MISCELLANEOUSEINGO.AMERtCAM-
The public is invited and no advanced rcservat!ions < day., 473-4375. tfnchg' 5/7
!. Ask DOIIUMANSw-Top !: .
are required. kKC ,
Plan la join us! for this faih lifting experience and home roof 5/7 quality only. You are invited LEGION HALL, SR-21,,'
Christian fellowship. Members' guests and visitors RENT. to visit our kennels, Saturdays, 7 p.m. Public Invited .,
)
are welcome. Dr Sayler will begin at 7:30. With 900 q. ft., 4751228.VACHEMEISTER. tfnchg' 5/7
post oHIce. / DOBERMAN LONELY New tingles
Anvil + 4tcha ADMIRAL FROST-FREt magailne. Stamp-odrais

CARD OF THANKS LAKE refrigerator. Side-by-side. envelope for free information.
Vinyl Flexroof f' r..j completely 21." cu. ft. $500. Only .3 Box 880-G9)( ). Boyn-)
a $250 par years old. 4734581. 4lchgMBERGLASS Ion Fl 33415: :3tod 51118.:1'I
Morgan Road Baptist Church would\ coating Itchg BOAT HULL '
like to thank all those who participated S 17'. $50: Sears riding CARS&TRUCKS ;

in the Vacation Bible School with 2 guarantee. ( ) on mower runs but needs .
a year
Parade on Saturday. Bait and work $400 or best offer:. 34
Our special: thanks goes to the Brad- Changeable Toro mower, runs but 1974 COURIER TRUCK,
ford County Sheriff's office. Also JOHN BROWN Call needs work. Call 473.3609 4..pe d, great shape Only'

thanks to the Heilbron Springs 473.2108. night and w.e .n.!!...lend ,-$1 .'900_.. 4732180.---Itchy- --,
Volunteer Fire Department for their Mobile Home Center S5 eV 9

assistance in making the parade a 473.3775 Hwy 21 N. Keystone .CountY..Ai S I
success. Jtpd :5/21>> ) on t


Fla.-Ga. Gospel ---


Singing Assoc. Full Time FOR SALECONTEMPORARY WANTED ,-


Gospel Sing. .KING 1 NIL PAY$100:for one good;,'

YES Affordable SIZEl overstuffed orange embossed. Coco-Colo bo-! :.
May 23 MAD sofa chair, otto-cost$1 6OO tie 6 os, with lake Butler
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che needs of the i"f S eFree 6 months ago.n.qw\91:'\ !? on 11wr l qRdr19ISI,9r;

The Kla.-Oa. Gospel Local Ir..s.rh9Q', .. rfJp2 1 11.w Witl i'"Ua e' .
will completely! ,,, {'r tI, 1 .. r"if.
Association lfl'ior :
Singing 1 (lI\ttl..lltJ rI
upoiwor the Gospel a Gospel Music Sing at& NO Money PQWJP u.t"o' : naflorfolT Gardsetle bed SO'q' (SAO.,a'{,.bunk I, beds lWq\ol1p:!s\ .:> ci Washington..... _R ,0.Ui.vy(!. :

Enter washer
color TV $125
Park in
Cumpinect or lomo $125 dryer $85, hide- REAL ;
=
Saturday May
l-a\Ucy. EXPAND II 496-2219 bed S15O. Phone 732-7961' ESTATE 'i.
Mat 7-30:: p.m. Providence, Itchg 5/21. !
The Singing bilcoxKamily my home FURNITURE New Colonial I,OOKING FOR a special
of l\1.ddleb\lrg. l \ ({ Improving Costs Less and hot velvet sofa' with matching piece of property If l,>''
and The Gospel Lights of (".' Noegel rocker $350, gold velvet don't have It. I'll find it =
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Orange Pink will be J ; 5/21 5/28 chair$75.small hlde-a.bed Just ask-.JANE. S. USHER;"

featured. tlQUALITY; sofa $200. round .yvogd,'" REALTOR 4962126"Your or
MC will be Jot' (t\I'IHks., JIj.iI. k1iw : yo ) dinette table/no ctugirs; 496-2903. eves.. /
C'ampvrs welcome. J r.Iflrt: I J its value with .all day $20. Whirlpool ?el. t'idry.r.n.w Union County Realtor tin'.' ;'t.
Near
$125,
everyone United. hl'lJ1 : -< ; I Energy Efficient stone condition IELP "WANT'EDHRiXPIRIENCED '

l.iw ii (:hair, and iiclniivMUD ..___: .> Add a new room for a 1 4962807. Electrolu .,carpet solid'maple: shorppooer .,\ '" '''U I 'I !. rn I

is free f tr.'A"" y w\\. I Remodel present roorqs '; f!, ( ) $7SV $45WiWyftSSS A \ WELDER"","*
h commode.tobjes ?
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FOR RENT y.JI'1&-.-.. ,--J j tfl qoT AGtN- 'for bOlb,,, 'al"fe nC.yrsassiL ,;.(u p.'loJiIc: "h>rtpfulaAlplytnp3ersdYVtesyhaNJB21RdralSttOR:

Call TODAY for your i dh \': t :: Ave. Complete,,Lake! :, : !' >
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; 91h ''AI.l .r ubKd i
A. HOUSE CB H A, partly .. TFN "pAeqCiwiiNiTMA&omirror. "
,w.'t bl..I''('<1k.I". 'c41c" I'D
furnished' on Keystone '- '.. 8e9Nfh1! ,.,ff1TJ,42, w'U'AM "trOn' truM nut .11,08"0
Golf Court $300.00 mo wwr.'f., ;: fF85 n/ati yfiigtetrigpie I!X ; (hE t1, 9VOriT.\J\ t.oP

plus security deposit Coll 26' Build That ) J,,..e'B witlg'Orggf' D P pril.. \ Rf IRfbNdfylJJltitt
H3.4141 alter S p.m 'SUP :.nlehj SJor.de! fI ". HMba'fJMlf'IUb)

Weekends. anytime. ItchgBUYING < Union, dqu\\>JIta9'HtIIJ"911.l!\, Irivr69re( Ar61, ,,, e.r 'Mto'Tisppeera
< 21 H----- r open Mon- food nhfl: r Mlufe"'J! 1 gciyqi fvFf8'Sdpgenial"
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lotteries$3.00eoch a' : tl, 7 f'\' p.4Thg.SUITE :
Junk X.Jrr : \" poon. 5'-1\0\' d I 1 rl f/ ; lljj, Y."I rc'ft i"""'"
t I Ii "J. ? !.-' frost free 5tlV'qq": '0 6''. I) '..af'.T\ IR,

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473-2527 Y ,SALE 1 s
t h J U !l plus per year Call
after ;
p.m.W4MO10HMOME ,Butliu5| 'Ctnt l eWP t 1-716-8426000 Ext 5005.
I. : qt. shod ... _r "
t \: $2'Q00.. j p *- jj t': t
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a \IffpS wnow ; I
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lifetime' Made .. : 'f'i': '! f
27 long wt,
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ky Chrysler Corp. Sleep Sor "'" "' 4MQQIL-. %-'_/ : ___.'c..ol V'I'II.' un,.Multbe.jt

6. hat Its own )(. "one\ S1 .OOO BTU AC $125 ,4frff: dependabie( ....., :
2 holding _air blue
19. JU-"G'C1I
generator Pan\ t, .. d :;"e ..t'ij1c4
tanks full both, heal' t air foundotroTr o pillow .oln : } c)' olt" art IJme
ttereo throughout d.lux. in n. 7'2.7961 Pro Ncoyoe.f964.81.T0.: tlchgo_
Kitchen
model Hos only 40.OCO mi' Complete 6800. ... .. S'2 "
..... 'jf" FOIt.YOUR .. '

>64 6873. 1 Itthq 5 21. +d' RAB, \\0'' ", '. \ !I ESTATE NEEDS ;:

,hat MOIIt! '1HOMES WANTED.WII' ) \ i IWjt&ION COUNT- *

It "'-" r brown i.with mbbile, f>cI"ham1 cash for'Ray your Powell!used, Residential V i. tCemiilerdol Acreage. I'
radio.
FM gi',177'TYP4 1&' 1pe..c ,, v' '

70&k 1 air passive condi HELP I \ Calla,,

eon- ; V.n.rabrown.attoyMsoei.t.
Call Owner1! mutt. relocate. f. f. !
Nice '2 BR. 1 1bath.home'
Hampton
5 21
STEVE BROADWAYTREE 1 S 14 496-3022.
SKIES. on country setJ *
SERVICE bow'and a- ling In convent.pw TIHII\' olld Owen..lnc.

\... toyrypaktion, any rt> .Realtor <
... condition* lot rwithgoroge log. lached
Removal 5 21 S ?S wi -- 'vari.ty of' Iver ;onRiver; acceisktuLt
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possibje Will consider I s. "
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Trimming ; air and ,',ad.. Owner financ 13.. <' '
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., 2 Bath. .. i ins..Il\jG/ln"- + ** T-
.*> Fre. f tim ites New: Call for f2.1tJ.oJl.\ prtlyclcarwl.river
kris fence' H yttoid; i' 'Snt access! o..llcr U-..mci"alC \.<

473-4732 Everybody] : : acre of- :,'11"0,0 374.21/0 100 acres! 'gr0dN

After 5 p.m. trees" ';(illUclMJ2-U6t W"J 3 iHI 1j Iat1d .

Heights t -13 oa I \ : winding iWaekiJfood
Key1on 1I1, itro\ut.! "!
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home'm T Apartm.nts.LkiBitlei. { { | ,Fk ids. may I homer 10 acre. gicatsite for "

Huntltfy the best you have been looking for,... tree!!. e large- ..

R.dfoarn'sSERVICES I' 1..0. ; !% j- .. ," .. taking applications for 1 BR. 2 BR, 3 BR & 4"j ..3r .t .. a
,'NA -- : Bt( July occupancy Lake Rufitr A.R tM ert4$ oJT -- c d
ni : .t central' heat and air wall-to-wall carpeting, kitchen. | M1'iI
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-:\ 73.4J40N appliance. and on.site.1.aWf.Jllrl1.tellitl'b| he
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or For those who qualify, there U a federally funded I

73.4232 :ii"" (subsidy prog-ram.avallar. : U,"'wljer! grjp i;t ij rjtseajgf!\ I


Serving Electric M poirs Bradford Appliances Of Major 4t Cloy, /@\ rF IFO< IL( 6.c.,1h; c iIHI. QPSId ; 01 L,,income. Casa Please del write Mar foe .start' int"atolllmpplicallon. ;#State Road 3. St.: j jA'psrtmenb.

CountieiLewre l Augustine<< *.:! 08dy: .0 C1 9j11Wi r
Florid
Builder J uti "ru 96-1.51.35 Anytime It 1 OppWu'rii'tV
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VAIO SALIi AT. May 23. 1 SERVICESFRII SINGER APHINA 20001 ''USED'' NEWSPAPER HOUSE AT I7S N. WALNUTs TRUCKS
III 4. Mile Hems. 825 N. Singer's Best Machine 3 bedrooms dining. living
PLATES 24
T.mpl.Av.. Itpd 5/21. CAMWW KM .A.OIn ROUTE PRESSURE WASHING ALUMINUM ) x 174 DODGE MOTORHOMEs
Doe 'lI.rythlngautomatically. big screened porch, kit
GARAGE CRAFT Stark ....... Call Florida when home. 36" 25 each. Bradford Phone 9648807.30
SAUl w. paint your .' Reg. $800 Telegraph ch.n. $233 per mth. $100 4tpd !
THUR. May 21 Mon. (May Tlmee-Urtlon 'from W. recommend Sears Balance $292 (or $19 964-6305.County tfn security dep. Phone 1fS3 GMC TRUCKS Restored /r&il1a

26. Morgan Church Rd\ 9:00-5:00 pm.'. .9645165., "Weatherbeater" Quality p/mth.) Fr.. home trial. TRUCK TOPPERS $199, IN. 964-5569 between 9 a.m. 6 cyl.. standard transmission. -
(CR-233)) SIGNS Phone Itchn321.WtAYPAwrriRj. material, workmanshipand Call 964-6931. 3/14 3tpd full vision and 5:30: p.m. 473-48O3 2950. Will consider
STALLEDI Has
$
964.5351. Itpd 5/21. !,Minimum service. For free 5/21. after 6 p.m. Itchg 5/21. part In trade. Phone REALTY
GARAGE SAUl FRI. I SAT.3 :3 yr*. metal spray painting estimate call 964.8961 TAPPAN MICROWAVI door and opening side win 964.BS03 after 4 p.m. 4/30 -
mi. west of Stark. on Hwy ,...ulr.... Familiar with after 6' p.m. 5/21 3tchg OVEN-NEW I Never used. dow. One year warranty. RENT A CULLIGAN. waterconditioner. 72 SUZUKI '74 Rebuilt j

100 (next to Pin. L.v.1| conventional and airlesssprays Left In lay-away. Balance Beasley Bargains. $3.75 per engine king A qu..n. /:1: ,,
6WILL 4734521. tfnchg 12/11. month (for 3 mos.) plus Installation
PHONE 964-7776 I I
Aircraft Phone 964-8719. '
seats.
Baptist Church). Plants, preferred. DO TYPING AT HOMEs due $277.00 or $17.50

klttn stereo refrig.and bunnl.TV, cloth.., .tc.., Day available.ft night Night shift. openings shift In. alter Please call 5 p.m.Ada at Anytime 964-7910 2tpd mth. 5/21 Call 9646931. 5/14 per NURSERY STOCK Shade trees andflowering ; after 6 p.m.. Call 5/21 496-2876 4tchg 1975 Call HONDA 964-5213 C1360 after 6$600.p.m. TERWILLIGAR 205 N. Temple, Starke I LJJ

6/11. 1971 SUZUKI. CS-SSOs
eludes 20 evergreens; hedge plants; good
shift'differenttlol
5/21. weekend tfnchg 521.A .
Itchg LIMOUSINE DISPERSAL at
condition. Crash &
azaleas 18" 24" sissy
gal.
; Immediate openings.Longterm LAKE BUTLER RESIDENT
YARD SALEs Saturday May George Adams Ranch
each camelliasIn bar saddle bags. Call
$1.50
,
cans ;
23, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.9 mll.. back log. Excellent repairs and buys and sells 15th $t. In Lawt.,. Fl. June bud and bloom; palms; MOBILE 964.6935 $1300. Itpd 51.
south on SR100. Turn lft at benefits. Apply Whirlpool and Kenmor.washer. 6. at 1 p.m.66 lots.Call for fruit HOMES '79 SUZUKI 1000s L-model
Mon.-Thur trees-peach, nectarine
.
1:00-3:00: .. Service
railroad .cond hous on p.m. charge catalog 782-3758. Lunch on with helmet and
or by appointment. Aero S1O. Phone 4963696. Itchg persimmon pear FOR SALE comes
tpd 9/21 Sale and
right. Day. George
snowsult. Excellent condition -
Corporation plum, apple, fig; blueberryplants
lake City Air. 5/21.
YARD SALEs Friday and! Mildred Adams. 3/14 4tpd
$2500.00. Call
Lak. ; citrus; hanging
port City Ft. E.O.E. WILL BABYSITS All .
Saturday 22 S 23 ages.Come '/4-
May ,
MOBILE furnished 782-3394 782-3488 (after
M/F baskets and potted houseplants. 2BR. HOMEs or
Fifth trall.r on right. Olln'i/ Handicapped. ItchgWCD by 313 E. Adkins St.Starke. .. 12 x 50 2 BR TRAILERS excellent .
6:00 ) I Itchg 5/21.
5/21 Get these now. garage, storage shed, p.m.
5/21 .
2lchg 5/28.
TrolUr Park. Clothes,, condition unfur.
toys We GMC half. New
O.C. CARNES Heavy
/ SOMEONE NURSERY 23 enclosed porch I acre
TO II. WI DO QUALITY mobile
ceramics, dishes, shoes.: 8 nished. $4700. Phone
CORD mi. SE of Stark. on Hwy fenced extra tires. Body good. Recent
( )
(restlrng) Venetian home roof coating. many
a.m. til? Itchg 5/21. 9648226. 5/14 2tpd 5/21.
and transmission.
Blinds. Call Dempsey Aluminum 1 Kool White. 100 at Florahome. Phone 18500. 9646490. 4/30 engine
or
YARD SALE Sat. and Sun.' STEREOPHONIC ORGAN
May 23 and 2.... 1121 B..., j Motel' 964-7591. Itiyl 5/21. Call 964.8961 after 6 p.m. with "rhythm records"; 6592165.doy. 2/12 Closed on Mon- tfn. and$2500.00 take cash over payments.Will or equity.
tfnchg.
'UWINOMACHINI 5/21 3tchg 6/4. 24X60 PINECRESTi 3 BR. 2 BA
sent Rd. Baby and child great condition! Perfect take trade. Call
lurnltur; cloth.., toy; OPERATOR Experienced WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME for adults and youngsterstoo. FOR RENT with central A/C washer 9645609. IIpd 5/21. BRADFORD VILLAS. Starke Flo.
Barbl Dreamhouse; .lc.I sewing machine operator Good surroundings. Any Comes with instruction dryer ft fireplace- $17.50O. SURPLUS JEEP Value $3196. A desirable different lifestyle. Prices start at $33.4001

Inc it.mE: tool bo.; In- needed. Must b* able to age. Monday thru Friday. book. $250.00 Phone Down payment $150O, Sold for $..... Call *
llatabl boot; drafting work 4V4 day 40 hour Lunch provided. $20 p.r 964-3471. tIn 4/23. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE monthly payment $248. 312/742-1143. Ext. /705/ for 10.33 Acres beautiful rolling land In the Brooder area. 2Bedroom
table; dishes); tro tabl.) week. Apply In person 7 wk. for 1 child: $10 for USID WIZARD HOME PARK mobile homes Olin's Mobile Home Sales Information on how to purchase frame home needs repa/rs/ has well/ pump
Sat., 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sun. to ":30 p.m., Stark each add. child. Call REFRIGERATOR) $50 as Is. and spaces for rent. Phone 964-56O6. 5/21 2tchg S28.REPO.O bargains like this I and septic tank priced for Immediate sale/ 92000.
Uniform 9647984. 5/21 2tchg 5/28. Call 964-7701. ItchQ 5/21. 4682912. TFchgHOUSEKEEPING
1 to 5 p.m. Itchg 5/21. Manufacturing, CONCORD 14.56 * * *
YARD SALE 514 Eppr.on 441 E. Irownl.) St.,. PRESSURE WASHING VEGETABLES FOR SALE and sleeping 2BR 1BA $9495 selling LAND LAKE BROOKLYN Adorable 2 BR I Bath Board A Batten
St. Thur. and Fri. May 21 Stark. tpd 5/21. : SPECIAL! Any size one- U-PIck 'emI Kersey Farms. room TV and Air, price. Down payment FOR SALES home with kitchen, living area screened porch 4 deck
home, $36.88. Two- Underwood Motel, 3 miles
story
and 22 from 900600.: : Shelly beans cucumbersand $1900, monthly payment overlooking beou'fru/ Lake Brooklyn CH4A W/W
ham.. $64.00 and North of Starke
PERSONALSERVICES story up. 9645088. on Hwy
Tool, household It.msand squash.
.' $140. Olin's Mobile Ham. carpet $41.300 Own. fin. $34,500 12% for IJ years
home
gun. 5/21 Itpd. Any size mobile Itchg 521.MALLAID 301. iO9tnchgMOBILE ACRE WOODED LOT: Small I
Sales 964-5606. 5/21 2tchg $414.06.
HurrylLarge
Call 964.8961 after and mo. pay.
$26.88. HOMES Two
YARD SAils Thur., Frl.. and CAMPER 22 ft. : and assume
6 5/21 3tchg 6/4. three bedrooms clean. 5/28. equity * * *
Sat. 9 til 6 Griffls p.m. A/C refrig., auto awning, ;
Look for Loop. COOL BlAt FOR TRAILER EXPERIENCED MOTHER full bath. Reese hitch. Highway 16 and 225. New REPO 10 FLEETWOOD payments. Phone 964-7933 brick horns with appro.. 2000 so. f*. of CHfA.I3 .
.lgn.1 Itpd 5/21.: TOPSt materials labor would Ilk.to care for your $2900. 964-5388. Itpd 5/21. owners formerly Whites DOUBLEWIDEs 24x64 3BR, 2 after 6 p.m. 5/21 2tpd .20 tar port. 8.12 utility 67 steep, 2 full baths. 4

HELP furnished.. $75.00. child In horn. near GAS STOVE, DESK STEREO: Park. Call 4681323. 3/12 full Bo., central A/C. Setup 5/28. bedrooms kitchen/fomify room with fireplace carpeted
431.IB27.16 tfn. hospital. Game acts and B&W Curtls-Mathes console tfn. ready to move Into. THREE CLEARED 1ACRELOTS 1R 4 OR- paved driveway fenced $45,000. with assum-
WANTED BILL' SAW SHOPS Compl.t. T.L.C. Monday thru Friday matched pair of KITCHENNETTES. EFFICIENCY Sold where Is. $17,900. with limerock road. moble mortgage.

sharpening service, circular and hourly. 'Call 964-6166. Oscars with 30 gallon tank APARTMENTS), WeeklyI Down payment $3580, Zoned for Mobile homes. * * *
NURSING HOMI n.*ds full- hand. carbide. 5/21 2tchg 5/28. ft stand. Phone 964.7384 mthly rates. Temple monthly payment $260. One acre road.front Lovely/ large onf/qjuo// brick homo B/ruoted/ on a beautifully .
time LPN or RN nur** for chain mow.r blad.hollow after S p.m. 5/21 Itchg. Motel. 964-7357. 5/7 3tchg Olin's Mobile Home Sales 4000. 2 back acres 'landscaped acre In Conorly/ Estates. A quiet secure
".12 ihlft. Call 964-6220. ground and balanced. ..." 5/21. $3500 '0. Terms: $500
HOMESFOR 4 BLADE INDUSTRIAL 964-5606. 5/21 2tchg 5/28. lifestyle/ yet near oil convanlences-a b.oul'u"om./ / with
10/9 lnchgBRADFORD Leave at Jackson Building FAN and motor $100. Call 3 BR, 1 BA, LIVING ROOM 1911 MOBILE HOMES) down $100 mth. paymentsat .very thing'
VIDEOi .... Supply in Stark. Keystone SALEBUY A kitchen
n. 9645951. Itchg. 5/21. dining room 8% interest. (Owner
payments starting at * * *
lalei rep for summer Heights or Lak. Butler. FRESH ALICIA HAYs Well fer central heat and air. In financed). Laura Bapt.
S137.0O per month. John 10 acres near Goldfiead/ State Pork some limber -
month. Commission and TFchg tilized. $2.50 a bale. Call Hampton. Phone 4681779. Church Rd. Phone
ALCOHOLICS ANONY- THE MODEL horn and Brown Mobile Home power pole/ running crerkdeal/ homesite $18,995
bonus. Must b* able to ((1st months rent In advance -
9647789. tod 3/21. 964-7286. Itchg 5/21.
MOUSs receive a $1500.00 rebateat Center 4733775.49 with assummable mortgage of $10,259 ({t lO'.mo. pay.
work 5-6 day p.r w..k, HOTPOINT REFRIGERATOR) ) 5/7 tfnchg.UNFURNISHED ONE ACRE-WELL SEPTIC
afternoon( and evenings. Phone 964-5148 or 964-7619. closing if you occupy by 13.6 cu. ft. Goldtone. Like 3 BR 2 BA tfnchg. circle $119.29.
269-2820 Park. TFchg July 4. 1981 3 BR 2 Bath- HOME Kitchen, living SAVE Is Buy direct from 'fac TANK utility pole. * * *
Orang. new. $150. Call 9647701.
Itchg 514.RN'SFUU SEWING. MACHINES Casa Del Forest Circular Itchg 5/21. room dining room family tory. Prices start at 12' drive, privacy fence, utility City 'lot with tmall frame home (needs some repairs))
All make efficient wide 14' wide house. Good land. Lawtey. $7600. cash.Valuable .
REPAIREDs all $6,993
TIMI OR PART Drive energy HALF PRICE SALE 500 ft. room. Extra spacious. ;
TIME W. provide conv cleaned, oiled and ad- Vi ocr. lot B. the 1st InStark. 1 '/ P.V.C. water pipe, 10 Three walk-in closets. $275 $7.995. double wides $6500._ Phone 5332559. * * *

pttltlv salaries you justed, '15. Work .'* finest residentialarea cents per ft., 83 ft. I'/." per mo., first and last 12995. Come by and see I ACRE OF LAND: Hwy 16 / property on 301/ adjacent/ to Continental

provide loving car.. Call guaranteed. James Call 964-5533 Still PVC water pip.T'., .43 EH; month in advance plus large selection of mobile west Well. Terms. Phone Telephone Inquire about dero/ls.

Stark. 9646220. TFNchg.. Strickland corner MorganRd. time to pick out colors 8 ft. 1 1'1." PVC 90 degree security deposit. Janet M. homes. Community Mobile 9648696. 5/21 4tchq 6/11 * * *

5/14. and Hwy 16. TFchg V.A. no money down. 4/23 elbows. .45 EH; 2 It. !>/ Starling, Realtor. 7823931. Home Soles. US-301 North, WANTEDGOOD Our finest commercial/ property(across from Holiday Inn).

ROUTE CARRIER wanted In CHAIN LINK FENCE Install tfchg. PVC 45 degree elbows, .45 Itchg 514.UNFURNISHED. Stark., 9648741. 4/9 200' on 301 with 1.61 acres. Use your Imagination/ Terms,

the .Storke-Loke Butler ed. Free estimates. Handy- PARADISE IN THE PINES! EH; Koehrlng Dart 30.000 HOUSE) lake tfnchg.LOSTFOUND. PRICES PAID tor used * * *
area for delivery of the Man Fence Co. 9648559. Almost new 2 bedroom BTU Hot house or Garage Geneva area. 2 BR; A/C mobile homes If mortgageIs Forest Heights Rd. I6W appro.. IS acres or 30 fats -

Gainesville Sun. Must b* TFpd. 691.TYP5WT1 dream home on 2V, acres, Heater w/thermostat, No Pets. $265.00. per me.Jo. 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'S $ 1.500. V:*. ; '

.. over 18. have dependable' th4p Oific.5hop* REPAIR'i'iq'wcasstaie.vod.oil'Call' ;-. P WK 4'A:1..;'oflrcenew '; );:", 95300.: 100 egg Incubatcr.-J,i.-*SVSo"1BR..' "786-60.- 543tchg*-'II .* ,. -. MOBILE HOME SALES * *Ji-* *.* ..:'. --4' .; .
rfWfpoMSflp'n'! 1 aria"; poy: ,; grape arbr;, bigworkshop 535.' ; Like new bfir. APARTMENT located LOST WITH REWARD! Black 964-5606. Open 7 days 1320 E. Storing 1700 sq. ft. homo: BH I/'8. nice (r of.1: .t'
at
cosh bond'GOocf part time and utility straching machine $50; : cat named "Tiger". White weekly. TFchg . ace.
"64-5764. tfn. 962 N. Ave. Call
income. For rnor Informa. 2-man rubber boot, never Temple WI BUY AXLES ft TIRES waxles / ..
GLASS CUT TO ORDERS building. A real pleasureto 19645193. 5/21 Itchg. spot on right foreleg. Lo.tn.or Conorly Estates Two pretty one ocr.01./
tion call 964-8170. Itchg used w/paddles and + 4 tires $115.00.Del. . .
David
Doors windows, .tc. see, 31500. Call APARTMENTS FOR RENTS Sonny's; BBQ (May a a
IIVI-IN 5/21. FEMALI COMPANIONS JACKSON BUILDING SUPP Bruce Mills, Realtor Poulan pump, chain$15; saw Like vv14"blade. new Cove Apts. in Starke. Exceptionally 9th). Call Town ft CountryVet. ta Olin MH. Hwy.. 100 4 Bff. 28- large brick/ homo at the Country Club situated
W Stark. 964-360 TFchg
LY. 964-6078. Orders also Associate, Evenings clean, well Clinic. 9646411. S/21 on 1.75 acres, fenced bock yard.
for elderly, ,. XX5. $50; many WANTED Used tools, both
taken In Lak. Butler 473-3586. JANET M. STARL. maintained. I45/$175 2tpd 5/28. a. * *
gentleman (In excellent assorted tools. Call per mechanics and Carpenters.Phone .
condition). Room board 496-3079 and Keystone ING, REALTOR. 782-3931. 9645844. Itpd 5/21. mo. Efficiencies and one 964-8331 or Lot 42 Sampson take Shores has light polo and septic tank

furnished with salary, H.I"hl'J473.4913.. 2/26 3/19 tfn. BRAHMA BUlls Seven mon bedroom opts. Call BUSINESS: 4681551. 9/11 tnchg and a Hal Mum trail., $16,700. Very best Hiding

Writ. Rt. 1, Bo. 622. lake tfn. } BEDROOM CEMENT block ths old registered. Verygentle. 964-5065.5/21 tfnchg. OPPORTUNITIESNATIONS WANTED Mobile Home A.es. .- . . .
Butler FL 32054 or call NEW AND USED WATER home In Stark. Central J. Reddish SMALL COTTAGE ON Paying the best price I.85 nice acres on 301 N for$19,850. Highly desirabl.IC /

964-7454 aft.r S p.m. .5/7 CONDITIONERS Sal. and gas heat fireplace air 964.6565. 5/21 tfn. KINGSLEY LAKE: A/C will for good condition ox I... * * *
3tchg 5/21. Service. Call for free water laundry, workshop. attached WINCHESTER: Mod. 1897 12 be vacant Jun. 6-13; Aug.: LEADING 9648331. 9/11 tnchg condition homo 2144 sq. ft. CM close/ to schools/

RN OK.LPN NEIDEOi 3-11 or. analysis and Information, garage. 30's 964.8483. go. pump. 9647323. Itpd 1522. Call 5332366. Itpd CLOTHING WHOLESALERwill WANT TO BUY used Hove to see.

1 11-7 shift (with differential 964-$673.3/12 tfn. tfnchg 4/9 521.USED. 5/21. pstabiisk for you your typewriters and adding * * *
pay). Part time or lull time.Phone .BAKIR If GAS INC. Family- NEW HOMES-lAKEFRONT, 30 GAL. GAS HOT CRESCENT BEACH'THE own Western Wear or discount machines. Must be in lest located motet In town 24 units $169000 with
:ING..n.( owned and operated. w. lots WATER HEATERS $45 or SAND CASTLE APART. Top Brand Fashion condition. J5.000 down balance financed at low. low Interest
? ov r &. acre. on working
slrlvVfo gW bIttorrlc' ;es'and ,, best offer. Call 964-7701. MENTS* : VacallqnLoceonfront Includes all.
Cove (Springs( Geriatrics-- beautiful Sampson lake J,:,!Var4.$2iv7S 964-5764. tfn 2/12. rol...
C.nt.r.S21 2tchg S/2B.. ,.rvIC.,. Phone' gal 4!$ iYatns'l i ; 'to Jacksonville.See Itchg 5/21. 1 ana"' 2'"BP"Open Immediately. Call WILL PAY CASH for your used * * *
ROUTt-CARRIERS wanted in. pla '*; 59.$$12. Ibwtey" NEW CARPET NEW t USED units-Summer rates, from anytime, .1-800-241-6910, furniture. Phone Markat .
dream /
40
model ham. to. 7eve/optrs near Hampton acres plenty of
7I2-3i49. our
5/28.
3/7 4tpd Furniture S Appliances. $165 weekly. Families 33. 5/21. .
the.Starke-Kingsley ak.arasor ext. Itpd 964 5684 or 964 7189 timber roads .
down. $60.000 with $15,000 down will
SINGLES'MAOi" VA-no owner
day. money -
of. th.. LONELY NEW Plumb. fixtures and pipes. welcome! For information
delivery. Starnp-ddjdre'ss'' Call today'64-5533. 4/23 BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 A reservations call Potty at carry mortgage of 12'..
Gainesville Sun Must b. Would Like To InformationOn
; Exchange Any . .
ovW 'f&.'have dependable: 3 envelope for. freeingBox"" tlnchg 5/7. South 964-6679. 2/5 12467284. 5/21 4lchg ( a *
trahk( j) drldtlon' and bay MO-J6)( )'; Boyntdn FL 2 BR. 1 BA, living room. din- TFNchg 6/11.1 the Following Families! : Worthington Springs Restaurant and 2 lots S 18500.

coin'bond.'Good part time' 33435. 5/14 2tpd 5/21. Ing room. ft porch. Partly 5WK OLD BULLDOG puppies 3BR FRAME HOUSEs large P'EFEffRf PROPERTiES
In'to'I' ,'': "'Train 'now.; IA VII LOWE YOUR UTILITY furnished on 2 'lots",with for sale $20 ea. shaded yard unfurnished. ALVAREZ ANDREU JOHNSI .4.5 acres really secluded-nice trees $f.000.

964'Bl TO.lWWa 5/2IV <' tillI I ICajl''Id ]f Uppllng'.r'"tOdcfit \ wells 964-$7S' )f'5/7 3tpdh 1964-8993. Itpd 521.RJEOISTERED Locat.d in country. Phone .40 acres lawtey area $42,000-Ownr finance.
't':;. .. U'tc' (n_ lat.-'9f, '' I QUARTER 964-5630 after 5 p.m. Itpd New modern. CB store 301 lawtey 52000. Owner fin.
KiR.,. VA ULt'BAP4IRd.a relnsolote' \ your'hprnVFqr'! ::, FOR SALE1o't t. HORSES Race horses 5/21. I am particularly Interested in Maria Beautiful Bessent Rd. lot -133'*2SO'.

|.rv, wanted ,\\of local ) all fr.. efflAwWf J'il ,,' 1t brood mare with fool by CLEAN ATTRACTIVE FURN. Alvarez, born approximately in 1852, married *5 acres appro 9 miles west of Storke-St. Rd. 100. 4

are*,. Will,trainsCall,.Mr.:, 94hI05.lfthg|;*,S. :'OlR'1"'tCONllTIq. ; side! !!, riding horse. All well APARTMENT in separate December 12, 1843 to Cornelius John, lowtey 301-CB store--S19.500.own.fin.
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OcSf XJ84..5J7.
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Riley, 388-0726 or apply atRiley .... 'JOit _200 964
Co..' 942 Melbor I, bred. Phone 468-1576 after building, carpet A/C born May, 1821. Maria had a brother or C lot on E. Call St. Call lor details.
Kirby
pt4Uid1tig 7:00: p.m. 4/9 tfn. patio. Single person .7 l.act.lolI. Brownlee Rd. 4000A. 20. down 12*, *
who
: William
St... Jacksonville. Fl. 5/21, 407 relative C. Alvarez was ap
at
3JiuzvXJ
preferred. Inquire .
LIMEROCKi 20 yd. semi 404 W Adkins -House > 50' 100' lot $12.SOO.
4ch6/ '. W. Jefferson. I 5/21. proximately 8 old In 1850.
loads only. ALLEN E. Itchg years
1'oi1 Eastwood
I C Dr. 3 BR 2 B. panel carpet. 32 900.
TAYLOR. Lawley. Phone 12.703 BR MOBILE HOME: .
3 n Call St commercial 100'x 190' Owner fin. $9.900.
; 1 71 13172. 4/23 IfchgtlDtNG partially furn. Taking ap Will be glad to share information that I C 5.5 acres near Presbyt.Church hospital -make ofler.
'S34-6020 plications. $165 mth. plus
LAWN MOWERAIo
!
refrigerators for sale. Best deposit. Call 964-5734 have on these three families. .20 acres. Rd. 100 W $27.990. Owner financed
6X10 thru'12X50 C 43 Ac. lawt.y area formerly'Bare Skin lodge' $40.000.
ff". 9647357. 5/7 3lchgB2T. (after 00 p.m.) tpd,5/21. Russell V. HughesPost
.
.. 4.78 Acres Rd. 230A B Wilson Rd. 11700.
J XCRobinson : Office Box 2273 Country Club lot 180' > 383' -nice location $10 000.

UI : Orlando Florida 32802 C Busy Call I Water St. lot 235' x 86 Owner fin. $19.800.

estern North arolina Mnts. :1 (305)841.4710) ext 220 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. on Rd 16E Owner fin.
$500 income four furn. rentalsCall 55 000.
5/21 4tpd 6liMOBILE mo. e. Bay
Construction Hundreds of Opportunities J Realtor A..oclot"HAft.r Hours

Wayne E. Douglas Broker-Salesman 964-6593
suI ) .
Yd2)'ffomeIs.WeX4.i ., 'x Byron T.rwill'gar.964.7776 Martha Dolco.782.3397
Only A Day Away HOME JVIJJINSURANCE
'fl Your Heart la >" Marlene Robertt-944.8505 G.rrll.nnon..96.3UO I

We 'cart :remcxtel, build and shape up your Choice small acreage, priced from Drilling!:! : Anne .rwlll.gor N.lson.475.1677
[ Semi-Truck Driven HOMEOWNERS -.. ,, .....
home. .MOBILE. HOMES are our specialty I
: $1000 and
I Or Heevy Equipment acre up Many parcels to POLICIES I hru eAT

Operator*SMI locally Repairs & Washing.tT"IWe choose from. Fast RotaryREASONABLE 7"1
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I ToLL.mI
!I SOO-M1-44M' >.*"IWM''fkce'"ju'ii'ineVpe/is/Ve."; ; /; '""J VFret 105 acres mountain :land state road RATES Drilling Equipment.aEaisLysE.NSED
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Extra Cash* 9II653 ..1A'I access, lots of water.all wooded' $675 Olin's i Mobile ...... PROFESSIONAL.. SERVICE

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6 4-H'er Head to State Competi LOU


1'" -, TER 1UEGAR1YINO
Some 300 area 4-H'ers presented 144 1 r
tension-filled demonstrations iii') h
District 8 competition Saturday, May. r.. \ tt MOTOR$
2, at Bradford High School. It s
Judges in the foods competition had: M
a hard time deciding on the winner, a] _
doubly difficult decision with each
contestant offering up plates filled,
with, their delicious offerings ofi l
breads and cakes. "

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Tony Anderson... won at Crisli Crosby and Leigh Ann Ford I
+K t/ 1 r district with this western hat rack. Union County Winners in District Ill Contest 7=i i4G

July in Gainesville. Bradford winnersare junior competition with a home the District 8 competition.
t4 / Tony Anderson, Becky Anderson economics demonstration in foods.
r pr Randy Balkcom, and Sharon Fussell. Her 3-C cake, for cherries, coconut,
g Union winners are Leigh Ann Ford and carrots. 300 SixPower
and Cristi! Crosby. Blue ribbon winners from Bradford
Blue ribbon winners from Union County are Donna Marsh, Randy Steering
County are Amber Jessup, Del Balkcom, Sheila Anderson, Tony Power Brakes 33"Wheel
Carter, and Joy Cason. Anderson, Doll Waters, Robbie May, Step Base
Red ribbon winners from Union Joy Carlton, Janice Thornton, and Bumper
County are Christine Prokop, Brook Roger Dobbs. SALE T2986
Jessup Shonda Thomas, Lisa Red ribbon winners from Bradfordare
Harker, Andrea Jammes, Becky Monroe Herndon, Drew Andrews
Tarleton, Nannette Stalnaker, Connie Bruce Howard, Carlton Jones, Rebecca -
N A s .. ne1 ei Shands Howards. Anderson. -
Guynn, Pat Lee, ,
and Penny Jones. Junior Division winners from Brad-
Handy Balkcom... will repre- Junior 4-H winners from Bradford ford are: Blue ribbonsTimothy Col--
-.riit liradford 4-II'ers at State Con- County are: eman, Stephanie King, Tammy Joe
KI rts. with his demonstration on how Tammy Jo Tatum who won first Tatum, Tommy Balkcom, Millissa Reg. $7995
In make sausage.Demonstration. place in the home environment May and Sheryl Wimberly. Red rib
procedures were category with a silk flower arrange- bon winners are Annette Balkcom,
St.ctly" conducted.Nobody was allow.runowasegong ment. Deena Cox, Sarah Crews Suzanne
when a demonstra- Timothy Coleman who won first Dyal, Sherry Harrell, Debbie Par- '
on. Watchers sat in place in bicycles with a speech on rish, Audry Pierce, Priscilla Welch, Get a Lot of Truck for your $ $ $
i -uo.sf complete silence during each 'Better Safe Than Sorry." Pam Willsmgham, and Kay Crosby.
,111 minute demonstration.Four Tammy Balkcom won second place Junior winners cannot advance to v with a
[ Bradford and two Union with a horticulture project with a state in 4-H competition. --- -
4.ir'<>rs won the chance to presentt recycled terrarium. County Agent Bobby Taylor Rebecca Anderson..districtwinner I
t heir: projects at State 4-H Congress in Stephanie King won second place in welcomed participants and guests to in horse public speaking. 1981 FORD F-100.


. Elementary School News I IAll
-.J. .HMJ 133" Wheel Base. Knit Seats, Gauges. Power

parents are reminded that kind MAY 29: All 1st grades will go on a a field trip to the Jacksonville Zoo. J Y. Steering, 300 Six. Step Bumper
r'rgarten'registrations' are now being field trip to the Jacksonville Zoo. Congratulations to Jeremy Crawford Reg. $8395
liken I rfi the Southside school office JUNE 3: The last full day of classes for making all A's on the 5th 6-weeks .
'lor (ho coming school year of 198182. for Bradford County schools before report card. Congratulations to the 't; S6595
The si-hool office will be the least con- summer.Southside students will take A-B honor roll also: Mark Cooper, t' T2976
Ri-sted! if parents will come between 9i their report cards home with them Michelle Boatright, Donna Dunlap, '".
i m and 4pm. Parents should bring that day. Brian Hall, Ben Hawkins and Leigh /.- ,
i birth certificate and a physical ex- Parents are reminded that Monday, Ann Odom. These children have all -
i'innation form showing immunization May 25 is an official school holiday. worked very hard. '. Ghia
and signed by a doctor. No school for students or teachers. Mrs. Sandra Duncan's 5th grade Mustang T-Top
Manyend! of the year events are Southside welcomes Miss Tina language arts class has just finished a ...
coming up: Brown to the faculty. Miss Brown is unit on poetry writing. The students
M '0\, 21: Safety Patrol cook-out for teaching third grade, lit place of Mrs. have tried their hand at writing three -
,ri, >nd 5th grades. Terri Prevatt who is on maternity different kinds of poems and enjoyedthis
V 'i 22: 3rd and 4th grade field day. leave. unit "
\1' \ 28: Grades 1. 2, and Mrs.Donna In Mrs. Ann Baker's 5th grade I
(in' ii 'tfs! 4th grade and Mrs. Carol Jason Brown worked for straight As .'
'"I I ''I k stl h j grade! will walk to the the last six weeks. On the A-B honor ( \_ /
J JI'
mo f <>, I it- in Slarke roll were Marilyn McGee, Stephanie ......Zjt',* ""*!'!,. mrf
MAY 27: 1st and 2nd grades field day. O'Steen and Chad Thornton.
Kindergarten 3rd grades, and Mrs. Spring has sprung in Mrs. VickiMcKinney's
Earnest tine Thompkins and Mrs. Iva 1st grade classroom. The ., ,.: ZS.dJII! ., _:,!11?,,' ; iSharon Red & WhiteAbsolutely
Jean H.irrcll's 4th grades will walk to children have made hanging mobilesof Loaded
the movie in Starke. flowers, butterflies and bees,which The geodesic dome is the
MAY 28: All Slh grades will go by bus help to make a very cheerful learning only structure yet devised Fussell... a district
to the Bradford Middle School for atmosphere. They are busy studying whose strength increases winner in fashion revue, her first I
'orientation. about animals. This unit will end with with its size. time in clothing competition. s


Bradford Middle Reg. If

School News BLAKEWOOD $11,110


ie third grade classes of Mrs. FOaSE EQUIPMENT/ SALES
I lie,.en Shuford, Mrs. Betty Ann
( raw ford. !Mrs. Maurice White Mr.L'le X00 '(\O AT
Williams and Miss Lynn Moxley \ Selected
w''nt to the Alligator Farm in St.
Augustine on Friday May 8. WALDO FARMER'SAND
Everyone[: enjoyed seeing the Used Cars
.illigatiTS and reptiles. The children ,
also enjoyed| the reptile show, where
Hwy learned about snakes and safety FLEA MARKET 1979 Cougar XR7 302 V-8
measures (to use when in the woods or
around snakes. They also saw some of 468-2255 Tilt Wheel Cruise Control AM-FM Stereo
their own brave students, Patricia 20,000 Miles Silver/Silver Vinyl Roof

Chuck Hosier. Wilson Jamie Bowen and teacher Inga Crum Mrs., North of Waldo, Fla. on Hwy 301

Crawford, hold a stick with two !.5695
snakes crawling on it. After the tour i it
of 'the Alligator Farm, lunch was YANMAR TRACTORS -MOWERSDISCS -REAR BLADESCULTIVATORS -- ---
eaten at Anatasia Park.
PLANTERS -PLOWS ROTOVATORS BRAKES POSTHOLE DIGGERS 1980 Bronco Red/White 302 V-8
ARTIST OK 'I'.UK. : UKKK: : : .
Gene Powell Gene did an -BOX BLADES -FERTILIZER SPREADERS Power. Steering & Brakes Gauges Rear Seat AM- .
American flag drawing in crayon FM Stereo Trailer Brakes Step Bumper- 10x15 : (
batik TAKE A LOOK FOR YOURSELF RWL Tires
TIN 25 Memorial No I
May Day Holiday.
W need TRADE-IN
school. TRACTORS $
The following students were added Tractors & Equipment ...MAR a,495
to the BMS Honor Roll list after our I We'll trade for ;

list was printed in the paper: Stacy anything that doesn't eat I DIESEL .
Sapp, 6th grade; Denise Washburn, I 1980 F-100 117" Wheel Base
71 h grade both for Scholastic
Achievement. TRACTOROPEN Knit Seat Gauges AM-FM Radio WSW Radials

-Step Bumper 300 Six'Cyl.-1-Speed Overdrive-Sport
Ralph P. Barker Jr.
It Wheel Covers Tape Stripes 8,000 Miles
Ralph P. Barker,Jr., 68,of Keystone :.
Heights. died Tuesday. !May 19, in the ,y 7 DAYS
North Florida Regional Hospital $6695
Gainesville J'w": EACH WEEK! N90 )

Born in Chicago. III.. Dec. 4. 1fl2! ;' .
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Mr. Barker had lived in Keystone ". "- .- -- "
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since 1968. He was a former ,. -
supervisor-field division with the Dui,/:;: MOWERS AS FOR AS THE EYE CAN SEE I
Pont Company. Mr. Barker attended "

the Keystone Heights Community TerwillegarMotors
Church was a former Keystone 1f
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1'cights City Councilman and was V
Mayor for one year YM 10101
Survivors include: his wife, Marion ,_. _r 3111'
E. Barker; two daughters Marjorie
A. Klein Baltimore, Md., and Bar-
bara E. DiSimone, Columbia Md.;
five sons. Ralph P. Barker III. ,
Miami; David F. and Larry M
Barker, both of Baltimore. Md.,Marl.P. .
Barker Orlando and Tommy J. -- _lJI

Neuberger of Pasadena. Md.Silver;' on Jg- ( wrr :ENT. rtatiaelo, '
Barker.of
brother William
Springs Md.; 11 grandchildrenand 1 WE LEASE a_ >tsw. I '206 'W' MADISON ST. '

great grandson. .
Funeral services are tentatively WE ARRANGE '
scheduled at 2:00: p.m. Thursday FINANCING- STARKE, FLORIDA
May 21, (today), in the Chapel of TRUCKS
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home in WE SELL FOR LESS I mlusslot YM1s06t01a.
Keystone with burial Saturday in 1i1N1 9647200l
Glen Burnie, Md. DeWitt C. Jones
Funeral Home is in charge of local ar
rangements.



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