Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01395
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 4, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01395
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Scattered showers Monday and Tuesday continued the' he didn't get a good stand and the youji 'rileh) na were dy ':

weather's change from the Iwo- \'drought, but they ing at the stems. ''I, ", :
were too late and,not enough for? local' crops. Local farmers are wondering where they will gel hay to

feed their cattle this winter. Some are,cutting, but only
Forecast calM! for pArllclidibyysleies$' l : and warm about 50 bales to the acre. Hut if the showers continue hay
temperatures'wittj'a chan tt 'otrafternobmand\ evening growers may still get a cutting or two in before winter.
thundershowers: Best news from Weathermen is that conditions The spotty showers dropped more water in some areas
are about right for,rains to" start In,north: Florida. than others, but less than an inch anywhere. The Monday
afternon rains dropped only.1 Inches at Forest Depart-
The three rains in the?past two''weekS 'Vnay mean the ment headquarters on SK-100 west of Starkei, 12 inches at

beginning of the breaking of the drought Highland, and .5 inches at the Santa Fe Tower on US-301 The,Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

south. Tuesday, saw .6 inches fall at Highland and .2 at
But they too late and too little to save Coun
came crops. west of Starke.
nd't'ar( : STAKKK, KI.OKIDA 23 C'fnts Copy
ty Commissioner Homer Hart ploughed up 40 acres of WPXE measured ,55 inches 'and' inches
Monday ,76 :lath Issue Thursday,June, 19111 USP5052.704)( :
watermelons lust over the line in Union County. Hart said Tuesday I in Starke.

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i& I Nt !RiW- FPL HelpAddition

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NfI of 1,500 KW of electricity converted to burn natural gas, he add.

from Florida Power & Light, signed ed.The
I u ,+ I quietly into effect Tuesday night additional tie-on with FPL was
,' June negotiated with FPL by the legal firmof
V 2, by the Starke city council,
f I may be enough to provide the city's Spiegel & McDiarmid, Washington,
ii peak summer power demand. D.C. counsel representing a host of
small towns, including Starke,
I I 1' The additional power, gained by FPL. Negotiations have taken
t i td; ?' j pri putting the original 1,500 KW tie with pace over the past 2'i months.
AA11r tlry I FPL back into operation, will give The resolution was read Tuesday
j ; Starke a total capacity of just over night by City Attorney George Pierce
: I 11,000 KW, Utility Director Merrill and the step to keep electricity flowing
1 Dees says the peak demand this sum all the time to( all of Starke was
.." I1- mer should be around 10,000 KW, quietly passed.
;; tr ,* which means the city can get by if FPL has refused to allow the city to
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-- nothing major happens. switch the power on the 1,500 KW tie,
which can serve only the East Call
More might be from
BMS Awards...... power gotten said but Street feeder line. The addition 1,500
FPL in Dees
BMS eighth graders gathered for an Awards Ceremony the last day or school. Pictured above, l-r are: American Legion Award Winners and their parents1ednesday the city an would emergency have to, a penalty., KW capacity will be"on line" in threeto
June 3, in the BMS Rev and Mrs pay four weeks Dees
Gym. Levy Lennon Rosalind Lennon Philip Crews, Mr. and Mrs FPL is selling power to Starke at says.
Crews. FPL also served notice will
under 4 cents per KWH, a rate Dees
cut the amount of current the
calls reasonable.
city can buy in future years. Amountof

Philip Crews, Rosaland Lennon Outstanding Students at BR'S' The giant more power than half firm the will city's be elec-providing purchase current via t'PL the would main sell tie the was city cut to

tricity demand, or some 5,900 KW back about 10 this
percent year.
when the KW is added.
by Julie HowardBCT were Robert Anthony Taylor, Holly outstanding Industrial Arts student of The city council in March authorized
na Parado, Sandra Cain, Annette Output of the Starke power plant is
Robert A. Jablon of
Staff Writer Stills, Tanja Rigby, Sabrina Snell, the year for his leadership and craft Perry, Stephanie Thornton, Maxine about 5,750 KW, at the most, and that Spiegel attorney& McDiarmid to negotiatewith

Eighth graders Philip Crews and Valerie Randolph, Elizabeth Payne smanship. Thirteen other students Fralick, Jill Williams, Polly Griffis, only for short periods. The city now FPL with a parallel interconnection -
; Rosa land Lennon were chosen as the Tonya Parks, Sam Norman, Greg were given certificates for their Tyfanny Griffis, Monica Berry, Paul has four 1,000 KW capacity Superiorand which would cost some $2,S
Nazworth Paul
McKinney, Rosaland outstanding work in Industrial Arts.
outstanding students in their class McKinny, George Crews, Henry one 1,750 KW capacity Worthington million. That would allow current to
and received the American Legion Lennon, Lisha Giddens Long, Cathy Lancaster They were: Cooper, Chuck Coburn. David Burns, generators in operation.The flow back and forth from the city to a

Medal at the Bradford MiddleSchool's Tony ,Diggs Lynn, Allison ,Davis Lynn, Fetch, Scott Flynn, George Ricks, Frank Gene Powell, Richard O'Steen, Dean wood burning unit will not add statewide power grid, and allow the

awards ceremony yesterday, Crews, Lamar Crews, Rhonda Boone Philip, Sheffield, Connie Moody, Faith Hagins, Timmy Tyson, Barry War to the plant's capacity, but will be city to sell its excess current.
f June 3.The Robby Boone, Shawn Akridge, Cyn- Fralick Enoch Starling, Tammy ren, Richard Warren, Raymond hooking into one of the operational Now the city can only purchase
two students were elected by Padgett, Marie Covey, James Davis Edward Ten-
thia Chris Innocent Rita Superiors, Dees said, switching that power from FPL.
the teaching staff of BMS for their Rodgers, Thomas, Bobby'Willingham Richardson, Len Eaves nant,:Enoch Starling, Kyle Harrison,
Stacy Parrish Karen Elm- one ,unit to wood instead of gas or The original tie with FPL was
outstanding achievements In scholarship Kelly'MOGr. son MocYin ,Shaw Mike Colvm. Ernest
James. Norman ;
and.Patricia diesel. negotiated while a council
?! A. previous city ,
Andrew' -
citizenship, amUeadersMp. 'A 'Jones, Shaun'Jackson. Aon Bake. .., ., ,fir"Ball, Frank Sheffield, Doug-Achley
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J James 'Haye*. Iferbie -- The city is also buying a 1,000 KW tried to decille"whether to buy
'--member of American Legion Cooper, Allen Fields, Loren Donald Two students had been chosen and Eric Lane.Awards White generator from the Pensacolaarea power from FPL or buy another
could not be at the ceremony; so the Boone;Tagan Ricks, Patrick Diggs, previously as the outstanding for most improved but it is very doubtful if that unit generator. The original tie is now being
awards were presented by Principal Gene Powell, Kim Norman, Lisa Net members of the chorus. The first members of the Road Runners Club will be in operation in time to help this put back into operation, again in
Dewey McKinney. tles, Barbara Mosley, Cindy period award was given to Maria were given to Carrie Coburn and Paul summer, Dees says. The new unit will time to avert brownouts for city
Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lichtenberger, Tammy Moody Thomas and the second period award McKinney. burn only diesel, and will need to be residents.
Crews of Lawtey, Is a member of the
Carolyn Milliard, Donna Langley was given to Calvin Thomas. Linda DeWitt was named the most
Beta Club and Educa-
was a Physical
Lorrie Cason RonaldEverett outstanding member of the Road
tion class leader. George Crews, Theresa Ray was'chosen as the
Rosaland, daughter of Rev. and Brown, Rex Bailes, and outstanding girl in Physical Educa- Runner Club. Lewis said she holds all
Chuck Goodowns.The the girls records at Bradford BBS Commencement
Mrs. Levy Lennon of Starke, is in the tion for her rerformance and leader- running
Beta Club and the BMS band, and she first place winner of the spell- ship. Paul McKinny was named the Middle School. She is ranked nationally -
helped with the talent show this year.McKll'lney ing bee was Theresa McCollum. She outstanding boy in Physical Educa in the top 100 women of all
said the graduating received a certificate and a dictionary ages also.
eighth graders "have been an with her name on it in gold. tion.The Road Runner Club was invitedto The Bradford Middle School Band Set 8
outstanding class not only Sheryl Wimberly was the second run in the Third Montreal Invitational received first place at its District III Friday p.Ine
academically but in the way you have place winner in the spelling bee, and in September by the Canadian competition in Gainesville. There ,
conducted yourselves" during school Christy Coleman was the third place government. Sponsoring Coach were 16 bands in the competition.
outings winner. Both Sheryl and Christy were George Loper said he is not sure the Donna Langley was named as most by Julie Howard Sherra Deann Mott, salutatorian of
Fifty BMS students were awarded awarded certificates.Six team will be able to attend because of improved player In fourth period the class of 1981,will give the welcoming
certificates for perfect attendance students were awarded cer- finances and because It is held during band, and Laura Waters was named BCT Staff Writer address. Sherra, daughter of Mr.
tificates for As in the most improved player in fifth Valedictorian Deborah Lynn and Mrs. Kenneth Mott of Kingsley
throughout the 1980-1981 school year. earning LanguageArts school year, but he said it is a very period
McKinney said that this was a high throughout the school year. special honor to be invited. "Not too band Parmenter heads a class of 184 at thisyear's Lake, holds a 3.73 grade point
number. They were Stephanie Redding Philip many young groups get this honor," Jay Hayes was awarded for his advancement Bradford County High School average for her four years at BUS.
"It is very good to see so many who Crews, Steve Akridge, Clarence Pen- he said. in the Concert band, and commencement ceremony. Gradua She will also sing a song which she
haven't missed a day of school," he darvis, Valerie Jenkins, and Kim Members of the Road Runner Club Cindy Winkler was awarded for her tion will be held at stadium.8 p,m. Friday June wrote" called "A Song for Gradua-
in the football
said. Sapp. are Linda DeWitt, Carrie Coburn, outstanding performance in the Con tion.
Students with perfect attendance Randy Barnett was named the Stacey Reddish, Denise Hagins Don- cert band. Principal Jim Duncan said that Deborah Lynn Parmenter, valedictorian -
is of the smallest
though one ,will give the farewell address.
graduating classes in years, its Debbie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
members are very productive young Vernon Parmenter of Hampton Lake,

(trierFRIDAY people has a perfect 4.0 grade point averagefor
{tqe-mown City Council Wants AnswersOn "A large number have already her four years at BHS.

-- begun their work, and about 20 percent Joey Herres is the third High
are attending college or Honors graduate with a grade point
technical school. There is also a good average of 3.6.
deal of talent with musical abilities," Honor graduates, who have

II .e. Wood Burning Power ProjectA Duncan said. averages of 3.0 to 35. are Mary
Yf Charlene Beam, Doyce Dean Griffis,

: Kathy Marie Henderson, Carol Lucile

--' _-. '-- special meeting has been set for gasifiers would be delivered to the was sent to Texas for repair and has Hildreth, Johnathan David Johnson,
). 7:30: p.m. Tuesday, June 9, to seek Starke site "during the first two not yet been returned. Vickie Lynn O'Connell Regina Renee
... answers to a number of questions that three weeks in May but made no Since the crankshaft on the old Rasnick, Susette Therese Rodrigue,
,. have been bugging some members of mention of when they would be installed engine being converted was Kelly Elaine Slade, Terri Lynne
the Commission and would Thomas, Deborah Joyce Thorpe, Dale
City concerning the unrepairable a new one
'J" progress (or lack of progress) in the John Matthews, president of Gulf have to be machine made, the shaft Eugene Underhill, and Charles Kevin

"'" final phases of testing and installing Wood Energy, Inc., of Dunnellon, from one of the operable generatorswas Williamson.
gasification units to convert one manufacturer of the gasifiers, told removed and placed on the unit Superintendent of Schools Thomas
.JUNES generator at .Starke's municipal the Telegraph Wednesday that the second being converted. This leaves the city Casey will present the class of 1981

BHS GRADUATION power plant from oil and gas to wood unit was delivered to Starke two short one crankshaft which, if with their diplomas.The .
BHSStadiulm biomass. weeks ago and that if Gurin did not duplicated new, would possibly cost closing prayer will be given by
.:00 P.M. At Tuesday night's Commission move to install them by the first of around 100000. Senior Class Treasurer Dale Eugene
meeting, vice-chairman Jimmy next week he (Matthews) would do so Don Cox and Associates, of St. Underhill, son of Mr. and Mrs.
FRIDAY.JUNESAND Crosby (in the absence of Mayor- with the assistance of Don Post of the Augustine, was paid $43,000 for con Eugene Underhill of Starke.If .
SATURDAYJUNE4 Commissioner Charles Schaefer: ) said University of Florida Institute of verting the old engine, but no one it rains the ceremony will be held

CAR WASH some commissioners are uncomfor- Food and Agricultural Sciences, who questioned by The Telegraph was in the auditorium.
table with the present status of the has had wide experience with sure whether this included cost of the ._.-.
gasifier project. He said that the two gasifiers. crankshaft or not.
Sponsored by Twins Baseball gasifiers had been sitting outside the Matthews said he had not been ableto Bills paid so far have been approved .. Tf.
McDonald's Parking LotSATURDAY. power plant for some time with no ap contact Gurin to determine what by Gurin,.who is the project director .
; parent progress made toward in- his plans were for installation. Calls and also secretary-treasurer of \

: JUNe ," stallation.The to Gurin Wednesday morning by the Gulf Wood Energy Corp. % i "

project director, Robert .N. Telegraph were answered. by an
:: CAR WASH10Lmre1p.m.. Gurin, of Alternative Energy answering service. Debbie Parmenter ,.t
", Advancement Corp., St. Augustine, City, Hall records show that Gulf Dinner Theatre Valedictorian i
Bank Lot
Community Parking filed with Clerk Merrill Wood has been ,
a report City already paid $193,600on Class of 1981 ''
Terri Parrish Fund Drive
Sponsored by the. DomInos Edwards ,on May 23, stating the its $240,100 contract for the Runs This Weekend, The guest speaker will be Theron-. ,
gasifiers, leaving a balance due of : Yawn,III, assistant state attorney. "
,146,500. The dinner-theatre's production of"That's
Yawn graduated from Bradford
TUESDAY JUNE t Not, Mother: is High
A quick check at City Hall shows My "really
BUARC.MEETINO )1" INSIDE... ... delightful". ,Warren School in 1968. Last ;year his sister, .
.! that approximately $265,600 of the Betty presidentof Betsy Yawn, was the high-school's "-
sunshine( Acres t' Two Sections original$327,000 grant has been spent, the Starke Woman's,Club, says valedictorian. ,, .' .. '
: &*"
7rJO p.m. attended. "
.. . .e. SECTION At leaving some $61,400 in grant money Seventy-five people open ,The Bradford High School Band wID .T'" ...
Ntwi...';. ..Vii.>I. .'.Pages 1AL3AEditorial. remaining. Deducting the $46,500 still ing night last Friday and Warren said 1 ?. play the traditional,Pomp! and CirA'.. .'. .. ';-.
BROOKER COUNCIL owed to Gulf Wood would'leave everybody, ,thoroughly, ,eajoyed' J J 'M '.
".;..vt..i .w.Page! 4Asociety..Pages a cumstance' ,.s graduates march. <" Ifr"O:"') 'i'
Meeting 7:30 p.m. SA&'A balance of around $15,000 for installation themselves. .. \ "to3 ,.., 1"
t to their seats, ,,, .
At q .
** "* wiilconbnuet t n )O ., .
"CorrespondencePage' 'A&'. of the units,including piping con- The production ) ,, ist 'Senior classpros lentvJaaepha' )0. ,').,.,
HAMPTON Meeting 1.7:10 COUNCIL Sports.>.'*i...J. ... Page 16A-I4A crete pads, hoppers, and shelters. Friday andSaturday4gts.June6.l.Dinner served;> ) : Michael Her res, Mn-ol.Hr, and Mrs. rf loq" .\, ..J I !'f;;;.. r
p.m. will be at 6' : )
. .... .. Real Etat. *' Legate. ,ijl..MA-;, .: Matthews estimated the coat of Installation : + 8' pm"-There''Ar! p.m.ShowtimeIs' 'still' Herb llerre of Starke./viU make the 3 ",G"flHI a .m.-.- e!,. .t;I,, :"
COWWULs$ ..jl f CI..slfleds.SECTION Bt'. ... Page*a&.taObituaries. at from$15,000 to$20,000 plenty of tlckets:: ;left("!( P..Jce>'850. introductory remarks and will sing:IT:, ;! Sherra Motto: = .
the NationafcAnthemci .
etwrrl'rlncipal'Jiranrpuncan 61 ij:
Me.tlng.7130fflftt",,,, .. Still unresolved and oneof- the For reservations!.phaae .;64h6046i.' : '
; Ji I.*..tr..>... Page10B. : SalutataHa* y.'
(Wood Burning I PtqJfif questions bothering the council, is the 964-7129, '464-6712,11964-732 ...",or will foivnttroducegue / ,
any ,
Oar). Briefs. ... ,.,.. .0su"'*f..e:10.: ." t9aiid> ,uiS; aasWlS8llttr I C
case of the missing crankshaft which member of.the WotnantoiClubv: :i., peakers jj

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Jax Firm Has Applied to Build Starke Apartment Complex.. ,:" !:lift;r! c!(! !,4

by Andy Dennon Mississippi. < I .I'V; \, .i"I" !
1 UrU" '! "
B'T Sta rr Writer Stokes outlined a project in to Stokes. It was built with FHA funds of the complex houses a laundryroom Institute 01 'l.e.j tUJb. 'ijH!)'I i dontownojApartmeQts wherqhd; 'was
"Our sales volume is well in the Jacksonville developed over a five- for the elderly>AU units were quickly an office and a clubhouse area. in Building Co.tn.tetion:1: Ili; : '. '1\t l- responsible;,! for construction;; 'of 420
millions of dollars each year since the year period which was called rented in that project and the firm hasa where residents can hold gatherings. He was project'manager;Tor Lpnjj I''V ;nultifaniily" ,t.! )Units j; and a IlJopping'I .
company was formed in 1973," E. "Country Creek" and featured 500 long waiting list for persons seeking Ramps:,are,located throughout the 'board'recollmended. the! Sitepbnand $ I) center.: ,, .
Chester Stokes, Jr., president of subdivision houses which was a $25 places to rent. '. complex for easy wheelchair access. rezoning be approved. i : :<:; I,Gary Silverfield sdandlCompa y
Stokes and Company told the million project when it was com Fifty of the units are standard Stokes pointed 'out his firm built The project is opposed by nearby property side of
Telegraph in a telephone interview pleted. apartments for the elderly, who must Westslde Villas, a family type projectin residents who fear it would lower/ prO' He.! is a registered real estate broker
Tuesday. June 2. Over the last two or three years his be 62 years old or older, as well as Jacksonville that has 60 units and party values in the Bessent Road area and developer and is responsible for
The Jacksonville firm plans to builda lirm has constructed between 150-200 meet certain income maximums. Ten cost $1.5 million.He just East of SR230.Movement 'all 'sales for,all of Stokes and' Company -
family style rental apartment complex single family houses in the Jacksonville units four I BR and six 2BR are stated the company has single on the proposed projecthas '' residential communities,
_ on Bessent Road in Starke. area. equipped for handicapped persons in family houses, commercial buildingsand been stalled since May 11 when Stokes and Company plans to build
Stokes and Company has an application Under construction now is a $20 wheelchairs who do not need to be warehouses scattered all over Farmers Home Administration advise the project in Starke 300 feet off Bese
before the Starke City Commission million ocean front project that includes over 62 years of age to qualify for Jacksonville. ed the developer, that President, sent Road, 70 feet from Mimosa DrivE
to build 8 one-bedroom apart 255-unils at Crescent Beach. residency.The Stokes indicated his company also Ronald Reagan had placed a freeze West and there will be a four-acrsrr
ments and 28 two-bedroom apart- That project is expected to be completed handicapped apartments are features a remodeling division.He on funding projects for the elderly. wooded parcel between the project-
ments. Rent would be $200 a month within 45-60 days. designed with wider doors indicated his company plans to FmHA requested Stokes and Company and Alligator Creek, according toe.:
for the 1BK and $225 a month for the On the drawing board is a $24 throughout. The kitchens feature break ground soon for a 360 rental to consider switching to a family Stokes and Company. ;:::
2BR apartments. million project with 400-units at St. lower cabinets and open space housing project in the Mandarin sec- type project. The city must approve the site plan,"
Stokes stated his company was Augustine Beach. Stokes stated they beneath stovetops and sinks for tion of Jacksonville.: The Jacksonville firm has since the zoning and planning board'srr:,,
formed in 1973 and since that time has expect to break ground within two to easier access. The spacious A similar type project to the one' made application to FmHA for a recommendation to reclassify the=:
constructed million dollar projects three months. bathrooms are also specially equipped proposed in Starke also under con- change from housing for the elderly to Bessent Road tract business=
throughout the State of Florida and Last year Stokes and Company con for the handicapped.The sideration by his firm in Perry. a family type project. professional and reissue building:: :
have applications in for projects in structed a 60-unit apartment complexfor units are built into 10 separate Stokes lives in Orange Park with his Roads will be private, not deeded to permits which have been withdrawn 2;
the State of Georgia and sold an interest the elderly at St. Augustine. This buildings, with six apartments per family, is a native of Blakely, Ga., the city and have access gates the Last month the planning and zoning =
in a project in the State of was a $1.5 million project, according building. A small building at the front and graduated in 1965 from Georgia firm says. --

County to Check Into Loan For Courthouse SpacePreliminary I

a plans for a 10,3(10( sion at its meeting Monday June 1. sioner E.W. Hodges, Jr., that the cost gators and secretaries. :- :
square foot office annex to the Brad The county will have to pledge some of the new facility was approximately Repogle stated the Starke office 01--:
ford County courthouse in Starke at a sort of revenue to FmHA before it can 515000. the public defender now based in theyold
proposed cost t of $50 a square foot borrow money Clerk Brown noted. Dr. Lennon cited the fact the clinic Bradford County Courthouse
I were discussed at a luncheon meeting 'You're right about that" Chair- badly needs new quarters in Starke. houses attorneys investigators and
: by county officials with an engineerand man E.L. (Nook) Norman quickly For many years the matter has been secretaries for the public defender's
A H an architect Thursday May 28. answered. called to the clinic's attention during operation which handles cases in
__ Ralph E. Eng of the Gainesville Plans when the new courthouse was federal and state inspections that the Bradford, Union and Baker counties. '
% engineering firm of Chance, Eng and built in 1968 were for an office staff has no place to have private Bill Hicks supervisor of the Parole
2A Denman. Inc., stated that his firm building to be added in the back of the consultations with clinic patients and Supervisors office which leases space'
will draw preliminary plans to sub- courthouse when additional space quarters are too cramped. from Bradford County at the south
mit to the Farmers Home Administration was needed sometime down the road. Lennon explained that about five end of the second floor of the courthouse
to see if Bradford County can Those plans have always included a years ago the clinic approached the in Starke, was not present at
qualify for a loan to build an annex to new jail with a walkway across the Bradford County Commission with the luncheon but sent figures that his
the courthouse on county t owned property drive to the present building providing the problem and the commission office will need 1,000 square feet of
M located behind the Bradford access to the second floor court agreed to put up $20,000 if the clinic space.
9 J t County Courthouse.Eng complex. could obtain a grant to build the
f brought with him Lewis Architect Brown estimated basedon building. The county commission Clerk Brown explained that the only
---- s k.- Brown, Jr., also of Gainesville an architect figures presented by Assistant agreed to have the facility built on the not related court office on the second
Life-Time Member of Sheriff's Ranch. who will assist Eng in drawingup State Attorney Tom Elwell, Assistant vacant county-owned property behind floor of the courthouse is the zoning
Boys .. plans for the preliminary application Public Defender Rick Repogle, the Bradford County Courthouse. office which needs 1,000 square feet
Drew Reddish, left accepts a plaque from his brother Sheriff Dolph Reddish for the loan. Parole Office Supervisor Bill Hicks Lennon stated both the clinic and and that was included in the archi-
in recognition of Drew's becoming a life member of the Florida Sheriffs Boys "I'm sure you will take a long hard Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic ex- county commission have been unableto tect's figures to be drawn up for the.
Ranch near Live Oak.Drew look" before committing county tax ecutive director Dr. William J. Len- obtain grant funds for the project. preliminary loan application."We ,
Reddish donated a raring boat to the Boys Ranch To become a lire revenue to such a project Clerk Gib non, Clerk of the Court Gilbert S. Elwell explained that because of
member one must donate goods valued at over J1.U4HI to the organization. Brown cautioned the County Commis- (Gib) Brown and County CommislhereR'illBeaJxOTG'atBFtSlVextYear the growth in criminal cases being, are not planning to ao anything
prosecuted by the state that his office with the sheriff's office until the com.
which is scattered on the second floor mission addresses the problem of
of the courthouse needs 1,600 square building a new county jail" Hodges
I feet to adequately house the staff said. He indicated that was!;
which includes, attorneys, invest-! somewhere down the road.

There will be a military training Parrish said. ed. "It is certainly targeted. I don't but then Parrish swung in favor of ----i- - .. .
program at Bradford High School at Supt. Tom Casey pointed out the mean... by there being animosity the program. "Talking to this young r .
least one more year after a 3-2 vote JROTC program is over and above towards it, but it's certainly man who works for me I've grown to .
Monday night. June 1, by the Brad other programs. Casey said he would targeted." think a little more of the program LOst .
ford School Board.It not recommend hiring two more than I did when we first started., and I
took the swing vote of Board academic instructors if JROTC program ""Why? asked Mrs. Spengler. think... that probably.. that's what is I I
Member J.T. Parrish to override the is discontinued. ...1 don't know. My question is why" gonna, what s gonna determine my 27 Calves 250 IDS. & 7 Cows on Crawford Rd.
recommendation of Supt. Tom Casey Casey pointed out that total enroll- that program and not some others, vote tonight." :
H H ."
Hall between 16 & 225. Calves have yellow ear
answered. Hwy tags
Jim Duncan to Enrollmentis
and BHS Principal ment at BHS is declining. The 3-2 vote to continue the program
discontinue to the JROTC program.The approaching 1,000 students. The in- "You've probably got a good point followed. 5 5H
program remained controversialup coming ninth grade class, present there. We probably" need to look at Casey gathered board members in In right ear Bwood Padgett. 964-8993 76-1191
the last minute, with Parrish saying eighth graders, numbers 274, the some more... Gaskins said. the hallway after the meeting to mention -- -.-_ :- ,n .
he was most Influenced by a smallest in years Casey said. Interrupting, Mrs. Spengler pointed the space problem. The order to Smith ; ,
out "I haven't heard Mr. Duncatfle'Ilus Gary 3431. N.W.*t2th'Ave. -
young boy who works on his farm and Gaskins said some people who attended actually 'begin, demolition pf iur .
) B u-ibnuarni:... 'f. '< ('*''
we don't'need'band1'Or eg.'or1 -
who is in the JROTC program. prior board meetings and A-Building1 had'not actually 'been' \3Cville 32603'lb"'JJ'H'

Arthur Board Gaskins members opposed Pat Spengler the program.and spoke same people for the who JROTC criticized program the are school the whatever"Fine no else problem we've got.any way you t said.given Tuesday night, board members ... ..- - .... .

Chairman J.R. (Jim) Lawson and system for turning out students who want to vote, and I hope you have'no
board member Rodney Hall a can't read and write. problem with the way I vote. Let's
member of the Army and National "I'd like to see this board support vote," said Hall.
Guard for years, favored it. Parrish. programs that will teach kids," More discussion followed with Par
who said he tried to approach the rish questioning whether the programcan
G. skins said, pointing out that just a
meeting with an open mind, asked few months ago the school board be operated for another year with a
100 students as called for the in the
questions about how the program can members were scratching their heads
be operated with one instructor, or trying to make ends meet. contract with the Department of the
how students can be recruited to sign "You're saying the JROTC program Army Col.! Smith said he must report
Chair- the number of students to the Army,
doesn't teach anything,
up.Arguments against the JROTC pro man Lawson quiered Gaskins. and the Army will discontinue the ,
gram have been that it has only 61 or "No but maybe we need other program if the number required is not
62 students now when it is supposed to things more," Gaskins said. reached by the end of next term. ) ,I fAts
have and therefore at a Smith the small number of students o
100 operates Finally board member Rodney : YI
loss. Principal Duncan and the program Hall, under whose instigation the comes from a scheduling problem. <"0 '. Im
director Col.! John Smith "Is there some fear at the high
JROTC program was started some : ". rn .IWI
who should serve as defense. school that students will sign up for .. .,'
disagreed over nine years ago, came to the ,". IJt.os
military property custodian. The supplements "I'm very much in favor of it," said JROTC at there of other programs ""Y.Jl"
and the school
for both Col. Smith and cost
Hall, charging there has been no con !nuL
Chief Warrant Officer Edward Y. sistency in evaluation of the JROTC money, asked Chief Warrant Officer i 'i'rFATHER'S
Hall were cut off by Duncan in the program, and pointing out it certainlyhas BHS Hall. unit Hall then has been pointed out that the v t" Iluo
designated an
disagreement. been under fire. Hall said .
honor unit with ? q .
distinction the
Discussion in Monday night's teachers and other principals say the ,
special meeting, called to approve JROTC program is good. Hall said the highest honor possible'a" : : ''feather,in '
non-instructional I personnel, see JROTC targarted.\ the cap of BHS. .
program enrollment 7 qu
sawed back and forth after Gaskins "That s ridiculous Rodney," said Gaskins questioned why rc A
agreed to remove the JROTC issue Mrs. Spengler."Let has dropped if the program is *lit> tuft

from the table."I me finish, please..." Hall ask- good. '
have not in the past nor will in 1. u Illal'
the future be in the position of telling ; ,,, :
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any have administrator in their school what" said they board will 3 Quit City Police Department ; I DAY +u,,;:y I"b11!

member Pat Spengler. The high "'II
school needs many adacemic programs
it doesn't have, such as a Ntrun:

or reading computer program training.remedial Mrs. Spengler reading, DeVoe ransfers' to Street Dept.. ,

said adding the state has mandatedthat ,

high schools teach writing skills. by Andy DenonnBCT City of StarKe Street Department.
"These, to me, have got to take "I have left the door open with Chief
priority over an elective programthat Staff Writer Bowen that t if I do not like my new job
is losing students. There area lot Three new officers have been hired with the street department that I e .
of fine young people in it, and if we and one veteran officer will transferto might return to the SPD," DeVoe
could afford it and if we had a few the Street Department, accordingto said. .se =:
other things..." Mrs. Spengler con an announcement Wednesday, "Am real pleased with the officers I
tinued. "1 hate to tell an administrator June 3, by Starke Police Chief Jimmy now have," Bowen said. $219! I
'you've got to do( it Bowen.Lt. He stated he was planning to hire a
You'll when take home the i
whether like it or not'." Denton DeVoe will transfer to enjoy big savings you
you new officer shortly to bring his staff
Col Smith told Parrish that enroll the street department effective Tues- up to its full complement of a captain, comfort pf this plush Reclina-Rocker! recliner. .,..:;;:f!
ment in the program could be increased day. June 9. 2 lieutenants and: 8 patrolmen. J
with active recruiting. Smith says Bowen hired Jerry Miller, Sonny A/ I l i ,
teachers and guidance counselors! Jackson and Art Rowand to replace i'' .5

push don't students push toward JROTC.other programsand from officers the who department.have previously resigned 2 Members NamedTo 'I r I

Duncan said there are 61 or 62 Wayne K. McIntire resigned to go to Inter-Governmental -
students after drops and adds, and work as a patrolman with Gainesville City-County Committee -
told Parrish the contract with the Ar- Police Department.Asa Crosby appointed himself and Com 5
my calls for two instructors.If Sharp resigned to become a missioner Milner to serve on an inter- :-=
the program does not have at deputy sheriff with the Alachua Coun- governmental committee with Brad- =
least 100 students at the end of next ty Sheriff's Department.Greg ford County. That committee is ex- -
year, the Army will be notified and Nichols resigned to go to work pected to discuss possible cost-saving
will end the program, the school for the Bradford County SheriffsDepartment agreements between the City of
board was told. as a deputy. Starke and Bradford County. I
Whether the program has 59, 69, or Miller was a former marshall in the County Commission Chairman E.L. I
109 students Mrs. Spengler's com- City of Brooker. He did not seek a new (Nook) Norman appointed Commis- Complement your home with Relax in the plush comfort This handsome English Club
ments were perfect, board member term in that post and was hired by sioners E.W. Jodges, Jr. and the elegance of a beautiful of this La.Z.Rocke.wivel.design. Reclina-Kocker*chair :::
Gaskins said. Bowen. Lawrence Mosley and county at Reclina-Rocke chair, rocker,and saves is now only, g
"You know, we need reading in Jackson was a former officer with torney Dudley Hardy to serve on the
these classes. I can't see putting the Lawtey Police Department. committee. We're coming through with
in Gaskins Rowand, from Lake City, was
money a program
said. Tear down A-Building as the employed with the Columbia County Dog PoundTo ,osmfortthat fits,your style gt
board has voted to do, and keep the Rescue Service and recently com- Be Moved _
pleted Police Standards training, according ;:
JROTC program and the high school
Police Chief Jimmy Bowfin .
administration will be hunting placesto to Bowen. reported the dog pound was going to 7 DENMARK:'
put students Gaskins pointed out. DeVoe told the Telegraph that he FURNITUREPillet' r
have to be moved .
pretty soon because
felt it was time to hang up his _
But Parrish pointed out there would uniform. He explained that since he of the Edwards Road recreation com- 1 ::
still be the same number of students W Cat St- w- ----
he had plex was going to be built in the area 434 : starkerlx964.5$26' 1 =
got out of the U.S. Army in 1971 _
without the JROTC and
program they where the pound is now located. 41 1 1 EslaOy
would (still the have JROTC to be program housed."It .) not DeVoe had weekends stated he and Is holidays going to off.be a No new site was discussed- by- the : > II,l 1" 1 23 II. 4'C 1 y 4 =
really board. v
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is. Asked by SheriffA

l v r.l 1 +, ? + I r i $342,000 operating budget, up 11 If Unit! passes, Sheriff Reddish said,

., i Ya t alt ,, uyis percent or $38,000 over the current he will have nlJ< alternative but to pay
y t year, is proposed by Sheriff Dolph the same/ salaries at the county jail as
Reddish for 198182. corrvctionul officers draw. "I 1 can't
; yv \\i; kaypr recruit people to work at the jail for
ti Sheriff Reddish kicked off the $10HMwhen( /| liwley! (('orn'etionalIn
m' budget requests at the Monday, June lihll ion' is paying/ $J2IJJI()," Sheriff
r I I I. county commission meeting, Ufddisli told I commissioners, and
reminding the commissioners that by Rot III argument
state law the sheriff must submit a
proposed budget by June 1. The county There is nobody working at the
commission is required by law to county jail now, mcHidinR Chief Jailer
wR have its first budget meeting prior to Robert Foster, who earns $12,000,
f July 15.The Sheriff Reddish noted.

Bradford is the lowest county in the
commission made plans! to
begin budget sessions the first Mon state in per-capita. expense for law enforcement -
Reddish noted.
1& : day night in July and to continue each
week until the process is complete. A "M,. be that tells us something I
number of county officials will be guess it's not good( to be at the bottomof
scheduled each Monday night until all the totem polo," the sheriff added,
are heard. The board wants each official in referring the commissioners to the
to present his budget in person.It mlorm.'ilion he included in the budget
was left to Clerk Gib Brown to package handed to the board
schedule the presentations. members

Stressing that much in the budget New Jail: Rules
proposal depends upon what the
Florida legislature does about Effective :May 10
-"- '-.w.alMike New rules for ef- I;
salaries for correctional officers, the county jails were
Senior Award Winners... .sheriff served notice the budget f'cllvefay! 10, the sheriff reported.The .
yvinnrrs or scholarship academic, and leadership awards at Senior Awards Whiffcn. Robert Hawkins, and Joey llerres. figures can change, and Reddish fully
Night are First rowMark Williams, David Sparks, Mike Jordan, Jonathan Johnson, Catherine Davis, Regina Kasnick. Debbie I'armenter, Sherra Mutt lot of things are one the line, pro- ('ami off for some" ,in Sheriff its new requirements -
and Joel Stalnuker. Chrlsandra Hamilton. Elizabeth Hodges, Vicki O'C'onnell, Charlotte Beam Jerl jails Reddish
posed., that could have a major( impact said It's still the lack of fire
Second row- Kevin Williamson Greg Lee, Doyce Griffis. Albert McDuffie, Allen, and I'amlurry. on local funding," Sheriff Red- which is the main shortcoming a escape at the N

dish said. 20-year old Bradford jail, the sheriff N
"It could be some relief, I don't said, but the problems have !been
know. It's about too good to be ex- there since the Jail was built.
:Year With Senior
Bradford Awards
High Wraps Up pected, I guess." "I still recommend the county wait
Current proposal in the Legislatureis until the legislature acts," Sheriff
to increase starting salaries for cor- Reddish said "There is no point in .
by Carl Tilley 1. English Department Award: Albert McDulfie. Catherine Davis and Vaunda Brown. rectional officers to$12,000, up$2,000.( ) panicking at this late dale." P

: HOT Staff Writer Sherra Mott and Elizabeth Hodges. 14. Girls Physical Education Carver, Teresa Harley, Gina Lane t
Bradford High School graduates 2. Math Department Award: Award: Athletics Vaunda Brown; Camilla Livingston, Terri Massey,
along with proud parents and Deborah Parmenter and Sherra Mott. Physical Education Kathy Pet. Randy Parado, Karen Thorpe and Mike Whiffen Brings Home
teachers honored recipients of 3. Science Department Award: teway, Kim Slocum and Yvonne Richard Trainor.
awards Tuesday May 19, 1981. Pam Duffy (Bausch& Lomb Award), Sanders. 9. Florida State Music Teacher's I
For many students this was the end and Mike Whiffen. 15. Boys Physical Education Association Community Service International Science Award
of the school activities. The overall 4. Social Studies DepartmentAward Award: Athletics Mike Jordan. Award: Joey Herres presented by
program was a huge success. : Jonathan Johnson and Sherra 3. Starke Rotary Club Academic Mrs. Mona Canova.
Recipients of awards were: Mott. Scholarship to Santa Fe Community 10. Appreciation Award: to Mr. and Michael J. Whiffen, son of Dr. and International' fair all received a certificate -
5. Agriculture Award: Mark Mrs. Mrs. D.W. Whiffen of Starke and rainbow-ribboned sliver
College ($500 year): Charlene George Canova and Mrs. Anne was one
High Honor Graduates (3.5-4.0) Williams, David Sparks and Sheila Beam and Vickie per O'Connell. Miller for guidance and support to the of the ten alternate winners of the medals engraved with the student's
Deborah Parmenter, Sherra Mott Starling. 4. Valedictorian: Deborah Senior Class of 1981. Presented by U.S. Department of Energy Special name. and sponsoring organization.To .
and: Joey Herres. 6. Business Education Award: Parmenter. Joey Herres and Charlene Beam. Awards at the 1981 International gel to the International Science
lIonorGraduates: 303.49 Terri Thomas Typewriting and 5. Salutatorian: Sherra Mott. Science and Engineering Fair held in Fair Mike qualified through the County
Terri Thomas Vickie O'Connell, Lynette Hamilton Bookkeeping. 6. National Honor Society Senior 1980-81 Milwaukee, Wis., May 1115. His project Fair, Regional, and State He was
Joke Thorpe, Jonathan Johnson, 7, Art Award: Robert Dawkins. Members Mrs. J. Miller, Sponsor: Senior SuperlativesMost was a study of a more efficient just the third Bradford High School
DOlce Griffis Dale Underhill, 8. Annual 'Staff Award: Lynnette Joey Herres, Sherra Mott, Joyce Dependable: Bobby Martin (gas-saving) carburetor.The student to go the full route in the
Ma-Hene McWilliams, Vickie Kersey, Hamilton and Robert Dawkins. and Deborah Parmenter. and Charlene Beam. Science Fair program which this
Rasnick, Suzette Rodrigue, 9. Foreign Language Award: Thorpe 7. Florida Mathematics League Most Talented: Cindy Norman and Department of Energy (DOE) year included roughly a million pro-
Kelly|! Slade, Greg Lee Charlene Spanish Jerri Allen and Vickie Achievement Certificates: Sherra Robert Dawkins. awards were some of many awards jects. Represented( at Internationalwere
Beam, Kathy Henderson, Kevin O'Connell French Bell Wittiest: Mary Anne Miller and Jay 44 slates, the District of Columbia
; Joy Joey Mott, John Powell, Elaine Mott and passed out at the meeting of some of
Wifliamson, Carol. Hildreth, and Stalnaker, Jeri Allen, and Vickie Joey Herres. Eaves. the world's top young science minds.If and six foreign countries: Puerto
Melissa Mayo. O'Connell. 8. New Inductees into National Most School Spirit: Tommie Sue one of the ten top winners cannot attend Rico Canada Koii'a. Japan Sweden,
Marshall and Kevin Reddish.
1SOTE[ : These 20 students also are 10. Home Economics Award: Kathy Honor Society 11th grade Mrs. J, Whiffen may attend the and Ireland.
recipients of a Santa Fe Community Griffin. Best Vickie Best Personality: Chuck Johnson expense-paid Energy Research The competitors, Milwaukee were
-Miller Sponsor: Tina ,
College Academic Scholarship. This 11. Industrial Arts Award: Doyce m nnt n11 Other ward*' and Beth Starner and.Ran ? Orientation Week at Brookhaven National judged on the scientific excellenceand
schfftrship covers 'Application.'Tultioi Griffis.'s' Friendliest\ : Kim Clemons Laboratory in. Upton, New educational value ot their pro-
!H3 Id:Anwtean Legion.: \AwardvJoyce
and Laboratory fees aS softiajqd.: 12., JROTC AwArd."..B4rtfaatericanLegion Th rpeand Johnson./I'I .. dy,Harfi iI"l' ,?t. ui-tn 4 ivwtii. i lCittesl /J" York. .AU.ZOf.winhers and alternates jectsis; well.as their understanding,
witwgittendaflcej) \ full-t tne stu- ROTC Award: Chrisandra H Santa Fe Community College En' ,; ,Miic.h.aeljvJQr dereU'"Scholarship continues until the HamjUgg... .... _. dowment Corporation-Henry W. Beck Melissa Mayo. from the U.S. Department of Energy during interviews with the DOE
student graduates from Santa Fe. V ... .r.r. Special Education" Award: Scholarship ($500 per year) : and Most Dale Individual Underhill.: Regina Rasnick (DOE) and the 482 participants in the judges

Most Likely To Succeed: Chrisan- St. Edwards Church Hall

Kids Dragging Cars, Squealing Tires in LawteyFour and dra Best Hamilton George All Around Canova.and Brian: Tammy Baldwin.Baldree BINGOEvery

Most Athletic: Kenny Clark and
residents of Lawtey appeared cil a curfew might be the solution to After a brief discussion the matter Terri Thomas. Saturday 7:30: P.M.
before< city council to ask thatsontething the problem. Council asked City Attorney was turned ovvr to Welty to add to the Most Intellectual: "('Jonathan 411 N Temple. Ave. Starke, Fin.
be done about kids running Richard Welty to research the current ordinance prohibiting drink- Johnson and Sherra Mott:,

loose on the"'streets during the night curfew question and report back to ing of beer in public parking lots and . .. ,, .' .
s.quMn&J'CSS-'waking residents up the council. entrances to public buildings. '
dr trs, and destroyingmail plOslllOfe AmountOf
..Xeah:j Water Pumped
Mr' : i'"MrsBennie T. Harris, New Police Officer Hired
Mrs. Fih (use, and Mrs. Tim Council approved the hiring of Councilman Hubert "Shorty"Priest
Wilk eglyeited the.1\Law Dwight Kearns as the new officer reported to council as chair-
Poll rttrg ;,>ao Something with the Lawtey Police Department. man of the water department that the Watch
five million
abou .. oblemvat the....monthly Kearns served 14 1/2 years with the waterworks pumped over
the month of
gallons of water during your
mee cou ,:Monday; night, Orange Park Police Department and
the largest ever
June j 0,;' fl ( r Y. Jordan stated he was certified
Th nvo as North and through the Police Standards Councilin pumped since it was placed in service

Sout r I ;tree 6, /< .- Tallahassee. several years ago.

M e pointedout l; on Fridaynighta Council unanimously voted to hire Fortune

and :kids holler loudly Kearns effective Friday, May 29,on a grow30MONTH
s ;s, kick,bottles, and tear three-month trial basis on the recom- JiTHI BRADFORD
pVi. mailboxes. -: H
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up mendation or.vjc"mayor Robert .j a COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Re n,'i sked PonCe Cef M.M. Scott. .':Jt1 Published.v.ry Thursday
ache ?tSynight officer so that the Stqrk,Florida 32091
olfic --oUW be on duty( until 2,a.m. Drinking ProhibitionTo er V '
CII f JfWdan acknowledged the proM Be Broadened ;"i' Second Class poriag paid at MONEY MARKET CERTIFICATE
blem' : bWn going on for some time Jordan out
1 pointed Lawtey Or- ''1: Stark.FloridaSubscription ,
and ske'd the residents to phone himday dinance 49A does not cover the drink- ;?

''hightfor, help. ing of beer in public parking lots and Ratcsi ;
at the entrance to public places. In trade ar.ai$9.00p.ry.ar
"Believe-: we are going to do f2Y
something'-bout it," Jordan said. He stated the ordinance prohibits \ $5.00 six months
"We need help from the citizens drinking of beer on sidewalks and in per annum
public but does not the 4 Outtldo trade aroai $10.00 par yoar
because 90 percent of the people don'twant places cover
to get involved." public parking lots and entrances to $5.50 six' months $500 minimum Now available fora limited time.
Mrs. Harris suggested to the coun- public places.

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In a short six months 8.I' "

Community College's Brad
Year for Action (UYA) "
Starke has become a popular
One newcomer to Starke, Several weeks ago another of volunteers serving the with
from out-of-state, recently civic club was host to Dr. Or- Union County area in her r'iI

commented on the com- jan Wetterquist, a guest capacities.UYA the ex SO;

paratively good appearanceof speaker from the division of is a federally funded ( 'web

"downtown" Starke, in contrast Urban and Regional Planningof in which volunteers are I ( ? i
to many towns and cities the University of Florida taneously enrolled as -
where most of the central College of Architecture. In in- students in the Human Services six v'
riculum offered by SFCC and to 12
business district buildings are troducing the speaker to his academic credit through weekly either .' i t
empty and boarded up. audience Dr. William Mar-

chese, the program chairmansaid

It sometimes takes a : Six Children... l little
newcomer to make us "We have people in this No Running Water..

recognize conditions that we community that share a No Electricitycampus

take for granted, but it shouldbe dream. They dream of a ,

obvious to anyone who has downtown area that we can be new

the time to look around, that proud of rather than one we seminars, ,
downtown Starke does presenta make excuses for. They workshops, and Independent also Eighty-three year old James Franklin Simmons enjoys visit in his home with

better picture than it did dream of a downtown that Students may choose to continue UYA volunteer Mary Lee.
as a UYA participant in
four or five years would be representative of the year shop
remodeled obtain an Associate in us-
.I buildings have been good people that live here degree."It week
or refurbished and new rather than one that leaves suffi
businesses have moved in to visitors driving through with is hoped that graduates the
fill of the vacancies left UYA program will go on to
many .
the impression that this townis in human
by those who moved to \
on made up of backward, un- organizations or continue to ,
'I other locations. motivated individuals.I've needy people in the communit to --
'I volunteers" says Lyn Clawson, ," ....,.. :; : .
much heard the excuses: The tant director of the SFCC our e. trr
has Although progress condition of downtown has non- of., --r
,1 been made in
1 the ,
With the cooperation of '
to "
been blamed on the owners, go .
downtown area, much still remains Bradford-Union Vocational \ ,I": '
to be done. the downtown businesses, the Center SFCC is also offering '
It takes ; or ', ,
I more than just nice buildings Chamber of Commerce, the Human Services curriculum child A'
; and clean streets to bring City officials, the County the day for the convenience of the .: Jl'F ; r i
1 residents. Two instructors from .* /
back Commission, or anyone else ... !
SFCC Gainesville
also takes initiative and plan- that anyone chooses to point a Starke weekly far this campus program in Yllr. ,' x7f

ned promotions to attract finger at. of us J. I ,\_' ..,
", ... '
shoppers who have been "I happen to believe that the students Through are the learning curriculum human >unt) J :; 4

wooed away. only reason previous efforts to tions skills, interpersonal Ben- \ 't"; -

revitalize downtown have fail- cations skills, what it means to '. K hi.'
As an example Baker of what can ed is because there was no volunteer in the community, and ".,...;. rt\ 11UYA
be done, our County ferent of
ways helping people. um-
real Not to be
neighbor, Macclenny,
an arts and crafts stared misunderstood, I don't mean Agencies who have A
downtown district last there was any lack of dedica- asociated with the UYA ng a volunteers now working in Bradford and Union counties (from left: ].
its tion to the idea, but no real Linda Gilllngham staff counselor: Michelle: Parker: Betty Bennett, staff :2
Saturday and packed the people counselor Gumber and Col Bird" wall Sat
; Cheryl Terry y. The "Big on playroom
in much the of leading plan was developed. A Children's Services Center of
to delight was painted by Junior Woman's Club Starke. 3
business houses who saw the normal, logical sequence of '.!
"dead" events must take place to County ,-
usually carry out a project of this day care center, an outreach hospital regular visits is James Franklin Simmons 5
into fun and
turned a lively magnitude. We can't impatiently Notebook visitation program, a vocational 83, who Lee calls "Papa." She 1
shopping event. The same training center outreach services to
stops by regularly to inquire about the ::;
thing can be done on Call jump to step three phone: 961. '.' l the elderly and handicapped an older man's health and to spend time :
Street--and has been done suc- without first going through i:*tension 201/! after-school tutoring program, youth with him in relaxed conversation.Santa .
steps one and two. recreational events, and extended
) in the .
pastwithsideway "
: services to the Bradford County food Fe Community College is one

sales, one-cent sales .What .shoul&be '"tepone?...,,. Maybe our recent stamps office. j....., .' ,fr" .' of only four community colleges in the
and other'attention getters.. a re a signal our drought is about ? .
: H w."dQ"we deyelop panHow ?, nation to be awarded aI11YrA-grants
Jo J]
Mary Campbell, a UYA
If there will be of of
so many sighs and is the largest of its kindin
do we all parties program
The Civitan Club is planningto 'unify throughout the area. volunteer who is particularly effective the nation. Funds for the
and overcome the obstaclesthat 1 in counseling older people, was program
arts and crafts
stage an me funneled the
through ACTION
keep us from moving for- Pastures and lawns should recently sent to talk with an elderly
show in the but for the Peace
early summer, sponsoring agency
who under the
and make woman was impressionthat
some summer
has been thinking in terms of ward? Corps, VISTA, Foster Grandparents
However, plants hve been people were trying to steal from
RSVP and other
holding it at the fairgrounds.If These are the questions that stress for a long time, and insects o'f her. After a few sessions with the volunteer programs.

it could be held in the remain to be answered. diseases could cause further UYA volunteer, the woman grew to Benefits to the volunteers in the
blems. trust her and, in turn to trust other
downtown area, it would probably Starke has already made a people sufficiently to return t >a more program include a modest stipend,

draw a larger crowd, start in the right direction, Mole Crickets, for example, ( normal life pattern, free health insurance, and waiver of
and would serve a double pur- and should continue in a been a real problem for( a fees for academic credit. Interested
Lee is another UY volunteer
pose in stimulating businessfor unified effort of downtown years now. They are still in Mary persons may contact either, Lyn. ,
who is especially adept at
areas and their damage in not Clawson at 378-6778 in Gainesville ,
the merchants well or
as as
before it loses its
arts and crafts. development parent because the crickets : our relations. One of the recipients of Alma Jenkins at 964-6794 in Starke. "
displaying momentum. been working deep in the soil. ,

When the soil is wet, mole I'

_ The 'Needy'10,000Since will work close to the top and do a LETTERS TO

lawns tensive and damage pastures.to plants, u_ t-. T .eiMcO

was THE EDITOR. nod
the Reagan ad- legislative branch the Mole crickets can be .. oomoMiff
with a mole cricket bait if ,
ministration took over in privilege of managing its own When a '.
applied using a bait make ,
Washington there has been a affairs, leaving it to the cons- that the soil is wet from rain ') 111(1
lot of talk about "safety nets"to cience of Congress itself to rigation,and night time '1I1U..I1'>11 I II
prevent the "truly needy" decide whether cutbacks or are above 70 degrees ,
"r/r 'I I
from suffering under the increases in congressional Follow methods recommended on the label of the rates on According to the',,Gainesville Sun, neither Georgia-Pacific nor ESB
slashing attack of David spending are needed. In a you use Environmental Science and notified or Invited any of our''county
Stockman's budget axe. The situation of that kind, there is There 1 Engineering and met with State permit- office holders 6r zoning director to the' )
are severa spring ting reviewing recently
crops agencies
so-called safety net was little wonder that Congressional will meeting. If they had attempted to at- "
sup- not recover this year no I in regard to the proposed peat mining tend they would have been barl.i'' ,
posed to protect the poor and expenses have more how much rain we get in the next operation by ,Georgia-Pacific in..the red from the meeting,as several
unemployed from suffering than tripled in the past ten days. Most of our corn was Santa Fe Swamp residents of Santa Fe were Lake who '

undue hardship, but now it has years. Even though the early and tried to mature during The meeting's was to sought admittance and were refusedon

developed that the net is ap- number of senators and identify what the purpose issues will be help in the grounds that matters to be

parently full of holes--the representatives has remainedthe regard to the project, and what typesof discussed would be"too sensitive".

most alarming being the proposed same, the size of the con- FORESTRYIN studies and Kinds of permits will be
cuts in the greatest net gressional staff has eruptedlike required by the various agencies.: SFCC RegistrationSet

of all--the Social Security Mount St. Helen.A BRADFORD After reading the article I was very TonightA

system. disturbed by the fact that not one special evening registration will .
decade ago a total of 702 Bradford County official took the timeto be held at the Sante Fe Starke Center ;
But we can be sure that Con-
attend the meeting. Because the office in Bradford High School .
gress has its own built-in- employees was required to Bradford County government will] tonight, (June 4)), from 6 7 pm '
safety net to prevent any cuts staff the committees of the With a little careful work, soil either approve or disapprove the DRI Students may also register from 8
in the $1.4 billion that it costs House. Today, the number has shade trees can be kept study I feel this lack of attendance a.m. to 4 p.m. on Monday through Fri-
risen to 2,073. The staffing of moist without excessive use of needs to be explained. Was it becausethe day
the U.S. taxpayers to supportthe Senate committees has increased even under severe drought or Bradford Board and officials feel
"needy House and tions. this project is one of low priority or Classes cost only$10 per credit during -
Senate in the style to which from 635 to 1,217, and This advise should help ease was it because Georgia-Pacific feels the summer session. Classes beIng -
they have accustomed this doesn't include the per- strain on both water supply and the local government will be of no offered in Starke during this Sum
themselves to live. sonal staffs of senators and pocketbook of homeowners.With help consequence i ifi the review process mer Term include Basic Writing
representatives, which now and and so failed tfflnwtify them of the Skills, Human Growth and Develop

Just as Mr. Reagan and Mr. stand at 3,612 on the Senate some areas of the state The meeting? bn ment Principals of Marketing and

Stockman have shut their side, and 7,067 in the House. ting a rainfall deficit of as much as If the first "lflF1' Art 16 Appreciation. Classes begin June ..
inches over the past II)months, all} reason is correct then (Tuesday) and run through August
eyes to the waste and extravagance dians are becoming more and Bradford County needs a new board. 6. For further information, please call
that is rampant in While a member of the concerned with conserving If the second reason is correct then 9645982.MlstakeCorrected.

the Defense Department, so House finds he can get by witha water. tecS: the Bradford County Commissionershad s '
the better get busy and research\ :g:
failed to note that
they have staff of 16 Senators can't '
get their duties and
The use of water has be rights, powers. In KLPOA Story ':
the House and Senate the done '
represent job without 36.
restricted in some parts of the ;'On Mortgage ;
Burning .
a prime example of and meteorologists are ; In addition to the general powers ii
government growth that the Perhaps the larger staffs below average rainfall for at least into necessary to carry on county governr (i'. : The""l'eJegraph regrets its in '"
are needed to the calls next month. soil ment; Chapter 125, Florida Statutes. error
administration is answer a to
new supposed gives counties broad authority'to give credit to Bill and Jean :.j!!:
to control. for help coming from those : regulate water-related activities Peters for their assistance in raising (Iii;!
who have fallen through the "Well established trees which ] within their JurlsdlcliClna'Thlsauthority funds to pay off the $25,000 loan for I j::
The division of power t between holes in Mr. Reagan's "safety been growing for at least five )' Includes the power to puchase of the Kingsley Lake Civic I is::
have vast inner of : '
supplies water
the three branches of : establish and of property, ;t.|
net" and are now fighting for call on during dry weather,"' administerprogrami i
government gives the their very lives. Forest Hydrologist Rob flood jand beacrr.'c>>n
I "These trees also have large *" : navigation and drainage programs. Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Hill,devoted many d

systems which can extract ,: hours during the past three years at ":
less moisture vulnerable Is in the to ground drought< so'The they ; wh like'tolknap: 11 Nied ofltl dittiave"9lre ,1,jfand-rataing to meet the mortgage Saturday payments.night activities !:'i:j:|ia

.i you-must ,be most concerned lions i. correct. !
are\young ones,and very, l leafy : '' nt"';hi, I: ''I'' Namewit Ti1e mortgage was burned in a re- :'ijB I!
i like( dogwoods. .V, ,)lre 'i : rt t ()tl. er ,(air, t the Civic Center. :
!, f II :_ (JackW>U lil4A '" 1 H.- .... ,
{tt+ftgJagy! _..t the gll.\V. Andromeda, w. are seeing D during:qte r e3ell-p 1 k 'I\ .. II':
.vnmefp' _' -r'"lIrl':
appeared mr'lanft! : hours to .Insure't'mblS \ -= -- !. r
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June, 19/11 TELEGRAPH PageSA

Mr. and Mrs. Ruffin Griffis '

/Y/wflJodat JJide

Celebrate60thWeddingAnnpYerscuv: ,
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Mr. and Mrs. Ruffin Griffis were t

honored with a reception on their 60th Cj'ad Wool
wedding anniversary on April 26, at ; } y'LSoci.Iy /1- r
New River New Congregational

children.Methodist Church, given by their _Jlor. riJ'ne ufewJ /

The tables were covered with white $ rp

tablecloths trimmed in gold with mat

ching plates, cups, and napkins. Live'
palms and plants were placed at

points Fellowship of Hall.Centering Interest. throughout the Valerie Stewart, Tom Jackson Wed May 17

the cake table was a four-
tiered cake, baked and decorated by Valerie Stewart of Raiford and Tom trim.
their niece, Mrs. Marie Thornton. Jackson of Starke were united in mar-
Flanking the cake were arrangements riage Sunday, May 17.3 p.m. at Faith The bride's book was kept by Lynn
of gladiolus and mums. Baptist Church of Lake Butler. Bergman and the wedding cake was

Serving the cake were Mrs. Anita Valerie, daughter of Ethel Stewardof served by Becky Worley. Assistingwith
Head and Mrs. Loretta Griffis. ";' Raiford and John H. Stewart of the reception were Priscilla and

The punch table was decorated with i' J Tampa and Tom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melissa Jackson Betty Bryant and
r? wat'Pt.r
greenery accented with gold and pink William Jackson, Sr., of Starke, were Lynn Bergman.
silk carnations. Serving the punch ; > wed in the double ring ceremony by I Following a wedding trip to Spring

from a crystal bowl were Mrs. .,. Rev. Mike Norman. Lake, the couple returned to Starke
Charlie Anderson and Mrs. Diane where they will reside. Tom Jacksonis
Williams. "4 fir, ,,, Ne G Y, '1:' The church was decorated with two the co-manager of Jacksons

Keeping the guest book was Miss r' } baskets of spring flowers and two Building Supply of Lake Butler
Donna Thl>rnton. Accenting the table :' baskets of palms.

was an arrangement of silk carnations ') .. Beautiful wedding music was Youth Banquet
in bud -' Ramona Sweat and Don-
a vase. presented by
The gift table was highlighted witha 'r,; ."' nie and Denise Crawford. Sunday EveningAt
spring bouquet of silk flowers. Mrs. .tl .\ ) The bride, given in marriage by her Methodist ChurchThe

Margaret Williams received the gifts l7 1 ;" brother Mitchell Stewart, wore a annual
Youth an
and placed them on the table. '\" ."" ? (. white organza gown accented with Banquet
the United Methodist
Receiving the guests was Mrs. f4r,.';. ,r .'.' \. ruffle-trimmed front and back, stand event given by in
held evening
Geraldine Anderson. The receiving 1r'IP"9" 1\\<'< ..' up collar, all detailed in lace, with a Women, was Sunday
Ii' the church fellowship hall. Coor-
line consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Ruffin :,,"L green sash around the waist. She car
Griffis and their children: Gene Grif- ,<,, d':: .: I""'" r',." ried a spring bouquet of mixed yellow Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jackson dinating this special event were Mrs.

fis, Mrs. Agnes Pugh, Mrs. Virginia ., \. "'1'. ..\ and white flowers accented with Bob Ferguson Campus Ministry
Cersey, Mrs. Lavon Waters and Mrs. ,.J\"' ,A ( I' green ribbon. Her gown was accented groom's best man and Blake Jackson, chairperson and committee Mrs.
Lois Tucker. with a white organza with nylon veil- uncle of the groom, served as an George Kelly and Mrs. Glen Polk.
'\ 1 1r The sixty enjoyed a delicious
Approximately 150 guests called ing, with lace trim at fingertip length. usher. guests
salad bar. Decora-
Glenda Bloodsworth matron of meal including a
between the hours of 3 and 5 p.m. .
Out of state guests were: Mrs. 1 r''i William Jackson Sr. served as the honor, and Shari Lanier, bridesmaid, tions were ivy centered tables with
marigolds and flanked on each
Agnes Pugh of Ft. Worth, Texas and } Yw16aw .i,14 wore yellow gowns accented with yellow
end with silver candle sticks on gold
white lace and sheer
Mrs. Anita Head of Chattanooga, a cape
Tenn. 56 Pupils AppearOn shoulders. They wore yellow hats cloths. The room was festive with arrangements -

PianothonFour and they carried white daisies with of daylillies centering the
A yellow centers and forget-me- serving table and other areas.
green I i'
I piano teachers presented their Everyone was welcomed by United

,") .. .... 56 pupils in playing 120 compositions nots.Venessa Stewart, sister of the Methodist Women President Mrs. Jay
ranging from easy folk songs and Carver.A .
bride, carried the bride's train duringthe
Mr. and Mrs. Ruffin Griflis beginning teaching pieces to Bach, processional.A skit followed entitled
j Scarlatti, Beethoven Schubert, "Cinderfella" which was written and

I Carol Lynn Beam, Schumann, Grieg, Debussy and other lovely reception following the directed by Mrs. Jay Carver and performed -
4 classics the Pianothon
at Thursday, by the "Corner Disciples".
wedding was held in the church'sfellowship
Donald Craig Wise, May 28, from 6:30 to 9:30: p.m. at the room. A three-tiered wed- Sunday school class men. Special

To Wed June 6 Starke Woman's Club for the benefitof ding cake decorated with yellow sound effects and music was providedby
Community Projects sponsored by surrounded Mrs. Bill Lawson. Assisting with
flowers and trim was -
Mrs. Barbara F. Daniels of the club. green the make-up were Lucile Godwin.Evel'n .
candelabra and nuts
Thibodaux, La., and Mr. and Mrs. The Club's community projects in- and by mints a crystal trays. The groom's table Womack, Joyce Thompsonand

Robert L. Beam of Jacksonville an- clude Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, Local consisted of a chocolate cake Becky Jones. Actors and parts
t nounce the engagement and approaching Special Olympics, Christmas Party were:
decorated with brown 'leaves, surrounded -
marriage of their for Senior Citizens and Sunland, Inc. small bride and Jim Womack Cinderfella I, Donald
daughter Carol, to Donny Wise, son $333 was raised at the Pianothon for by servedin groom Thompson Cinderfella II. Gareth
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wise of figurines. A green punch was GodMother
1 these projects. a large crystal punch bowl surrounded Jones Prince, Glen Polk Fairy
it Lawtey. Refreshments were served at 7:15 Dr. Richard Odom Step-
by Mints and nuts were
n.I i The wedding will be held at and at 8:15: by a social committee of served in crystal trays. All three sister <(< Maneurva>, Jay Carver- Stepsister
V. Heilbron Baptist Church, Saturday, the Woman's Club to those leaving or tables had white tablecloths with laces Esmarelda), Bill Lawson -
I > June 6, at 8:00 p.m. arriving during 15 minute breaks. Stepsister (Hortensia ). Rev. Warren
All friends and relatives are invitedto The Woman's Club would like to
j' Langer Stepmother.
.., ;; attend the wedding and reception, thank the sponsors for backing and _a _. --.. The ;youth then participated in a
held at the church fellowship hall. encouraging the students for this shaving contest in which each boy

.. ..... ... event. was lathered up with shaving cream
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Iguana Mumtorff .. .. Mr. and !Mrs. Jeffrey Ledger and then shaved by a blindfoldedgirl
Susan Starling bladeless razors were USt.d.1
J hn nile Clark,Jr. Acrobat\; Students, s
i -
:: u.,11 the
-1 the
< i ... Winning prizefor
I ,til ',w ,'lull (to OaiUOi XLuario < Grover Howard + Miler
I If : SandyQtilett.Vwog 'n t, Present ..clfal"'I''' "' : ,': i'' ,
brq'of Anne !
: ; finishing first were Mary
'Mundorff (Ijcj oi "' ..-- M .
To Wed July 18 and Kevin Tillman. Other couples
... Jeffrey LagerSecretly Acrobat Students from Starke performing
Jimmie W. Clark, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. W.B. Scoggins of Married in the Pofahl Studio Spring participating were Vickie Carver and

To Wed June 12 Starke announce the approaching Recital, "Thumbeling" Saturday David Sparks Tina Ratliff and Bret
marriage of their daughter, Susan Mr. and Mrs. James Quiette of May 30 at Gainesville High School Smith. Wanda Brown and Scott Polk.
Mrs. Cookie Mundorff of Starke and Starling, to Grover Howard, son of Starke announce the marriage of Auditorium were: Kelli Carver and Brad Womack Gina

Wayne Mundorff of Keystone announce Mr. and Mrs. George E. Howard of their daughter, Sandy, to Jeffrey Kelly Ann Duncan, Holly Hatcher Lane and Chuck Williams.
the approaching marriage of Macon, Ga. Ledger, son of Ms. Barbara Harr- Heather Jackson, Patty Martin, Mrs. Randy Newland was
their daughter. Luana Layne, to Jim- The wedding will be an event of July ington of Starke. The couple were Heather Norton, Robin Register presented a plaque for serving is
mie W. Clark Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. 18 at St. Mark's Episcopal Churchin secretly marr'ed on Nov. 4, 1980. Heather Sapp. Jane Stanwix-Hay. Youth Entertainment Coordinator for
Jimmie W. Clark Sr., of Starke. the presence of the immediate Jeffrey is an aviation electrician in Tammy Jo Tatum,AntiqlJa Williams, the past eight years by Glen Polk.
The couple will be married June 12 families. the US Navy. He has presently been Chanda Woods, Tonya Ann Tatum, Special! guests invited Wl'reIr: .
at 8:00: p.m. at the New River Con- aboard the USS Independence for the Kellie Baldwin Kim Casey, Allison and Mrs. Randy .'ie'land.11': and
gregational Methodist Church on SR past six months on an Indian Ocean Denmark, Kim Fillyaw, Christi Har- Mrs. Warren Stevenson :Mr. and :Mrs.
125 in La A ley. cruise. relit Amy Lewis Stacey Shuford, Don Hardcnbrook. and Itev. and :Mrs.

No local invitations are being sent, Sandy has been living in Starke and Sara Smith, Lisa Tierney Jason filKla Warren Langer.
all friends and relatives are invited to working at Eagle-Family Discount Jody and Jennifer Brown Sandi Cain, Everyone received a door price and

attend. store while her husband has been on Shari Cain, Shilynn Chaff Tammy : inc.MoltJrntltl : program book coordinated bv :Mrs.

,;w. the cruise. Griffis; Wendee Hall, Beth and KathyHatmaker O'lU'in Glen Polk.
The couple will be residing in Cindy: Sarnons Joy Those United Methodist Women
Mrs. Etholyn Savage. 7 Oceana, Va. where Jeffrey will be sta. Vallenga and Pam Zurfluh. Emily Elaine Mott, serving were Mary Agnes Ferguson,
Dan Cosby '' '''' tioned. Phyllis Carver, Laurie Mullins,
f, "$'' b: Jerald J. O'HernTo Sharon Williams, Anne Miller Mary

Married May 24 .1 Methodist Seniors Wed July 11 Frances Kelly, Carolyn Eaves, Gwen
Mrs. Ethoiyn'Savageof' of Starke and Gray, Ada Reddish, Patty Mullins,
Dan Cosby of Gainesville were mar dM!, Miss Carol Beam HonoredAt Honored At DinnerJay Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Molt of Brooker and Mary Ann Kyle.THANKS.

ried Sunday noon. May 2-4. at the First w Bridal ShowerMiss Eaves, Mary Anne Miller, announce the engagement of and theirdaughter approaching -

Christian Church byi Revr Raymond Carol Beam, whose marriageto Robert Shannon, Brett Smith and Emily marriage Elaine Starke to
Baor following the Sunday morning Donny Wise will be an event of June Mike Whiffen, Methodist BUS Jerald Jerome O'liern, son of Mr. and
si-rvice. ?, 6, was honored at a bridal shower graduates, were honored during the Mrs. O'Hern Lake Butler.
After the ceremony\ member of witha the Tuesday, May 19, held at Heilbron Sunday morning church service last The wading is planned for July 11 The Bradford Hoping Club
t'ulljl"egatiohonored( the couple Sunday at the First United Methodist
Baptist Church fellowship hall.
dinner and bridal shower in the Church. in Brooker Baptist Church. members wish to thank all
Hostesses for the event were the lady of
Miss Mott is a 1981 graduate
church Fellowship Hall. members of the church. During the service the graduateswere School. the sponsors who donated to
Mr..and !Mrs. Cosby are residing at Brenda Cooper receives award Mrs. Katherine Luke presented the presented with the book "When Mr. O'Hern High is a 19HU graduate of the show. You made it possi-
her home,,nt 1223: Haiford (Road, from Adm. Lock. honoree with white carnation and You Graduate". School.
Union County High ble for make
Starke. daisy corsage. After the morning service the us to a large

Brenda Cooper The refreshment table was covered graduates were honored at dinner at donation to the Kidney Foundation -

with a white cloth. Mrs. Barbara Red the Western Steer Steak House given Alma Johnson, There were so many
Emily Hartley Receives Award dish made and served the cake, by the United Methodist Women.
Jr. who donated that we can'tlist
Celebrates Second Brenda Cooper (formerly Brenda decorated with blue and white hearts. The tables were decorated with Ralph Felicetty,
Myrick), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The cake was accented with a blue graduation dolls, diplomas, and spr- To Wed June 7 them all in this ad. Over

Little Emily Hartley celebrated her Bishop Myrick, recently received candle on each !side. Also !served were ing flowers. Graduation napkins were Miss Alma Jean Johnson and Ralph 100 businesses and friends
second birthday Saturday morning of the award from cold drinks, nuts and mints. at each place setting.
Secretary Quarter Felicetty Jr., will be united in mar- donated. Members donated
small in the yard given Seated with the graduates were
with a party Ga
by her mother, Mrs. Mike Hartley at Admiral Lock, USN. the mes were played the and enjoyed by Rev. and Mrs. Warren Langer and riage Sunday, June 7, at 1 p.m. in time and effort to make the
This Award was for continuous guests. Among guests were
their home on N. Walnut Street. daughter, Allison, Mr. and Mrs. War Calvary Baptist Church with a reception -
J.C. show Secretary
outstanding performance in her posi- Mrs. Simmons, grandmother of following in the church a success. ,
served at a picnic Mrs. J.T.
Refreshments were centered with a tion as a secretary in the joint Cruise the bride, and Mrs. Ralph Wise. ren Stevenson and Mr. and Fellowship Hall. Joan Underhill has a list of
table which was Missile project office in Washington mother of the prospective groom. Carver. All friends and relatives are invitedto
decorated in white and each graduatewith all who donated
birthday cake The UMW presented
D.C. This project is co-sponsored by Many useful gifts were received by attend.
blue and held a fisherman with a hook a Sheaffer ball point pen as a
the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Navy Miss Beam during the party hours.
and line. memento of the occasion.

helped Several her of celebrate Emily's the little occasion.friends jointly. -'==' -==.,- .. ..,, .. =:--=.=- In Memory of Tommy ReamesAs

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Mrs. Ewell Lawson returned Tues- I slowly dismount the pale pony of pain and half deathI

day of last week after.two weeks visit .11 the white
\ turn to mount horse with one last breath
Vanessa Powell had surgery last with friends and relatives in fOR'' r :L M/TE/ I IT/ME'/ '!O I (YJ This horse I will ride

Thursday in Shand's Teaching Ridgeland, S.C., Barnwell, S.C., and '. .... '' .- .." .. >. .,., ..."th' J JtW
: Until I reach the other sideI
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Savannah Ga. .h" :
Hospital. :
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: am weary and tired and I want to go homeTo

.. :. ." / "'...,can.". -,oe.f6iHt..',.'..' ".. ..1 '.>.1.-.f'',..jour., ..,f tot-.''..'"a' ;.:."threebedroom. ,*' ,. .. '. '*.. .1"...''',' /i'. ':".. .. II. be set free of my pain to evermore roam
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.... "t.j. .WCJ...U, ., ,QUr, ,a.1 veneerlloroe.. ., :. '., .' : ;,'Y .w';.:'..., .. Until we reach the other side
THOMAS : (I' : '. .. .'.: ":. "L..:. .,":: : : :: :. ... ; ..:' : 'i':; "!.{:i\. ';:,.;' .. .' .. ,.'. Now I watch as he rounds the bend

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: this will send
M."EY .. pray
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I1 AUTO PARTS ,, ; :u A '&r..KA"'r.\U'\; :: :: \ ; : Oh how I loved this and this is for
"VO"II'liu"a"lllv. always sight just meI
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I 1J1 430 S. Temple Ave. Starke,. Florida I r. ':': ';' iirij%ir.ter. .. st A'yaif f ::... ',\" -' : ,:.::Ls4.'. ; While rode for the the pale others pony hoofbeats for many a I year longed to hear
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J I. .; .., .:. :j :. : :: i', ." ': : '" 7// :::';;' i:1: :: ;;;[ W(; : .. Riding the pale pony has been worse for me

I i is not a part of or is, in aiI ( \ .' ':l Longchamp; I I .''lqqmi' I ;$ : So Please do I welcome not- for grieve me the do as white not he approaches grieveAs horse and leave me

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I llJ connected with ..;. . ;. /. : '." ; .. ,, .., :,.' : ,.1/1. \ choose you out of all the rest
anyway .. '...: ,."\',,' '- .r.., "f : .:. '.:, '.> "' ,'. : .., > : .' : \( ; I, :
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I.al(" 8TELEGRAPII Jllne t, 1981 I

Crews and Floyd Howell Miss Dea Moredock l
Miss Tracy Kelly
Wed April 25 i Honoree Luncheon Honoree I
iMml .sonviHt Miss
,! .Mpredoc ljfvhosq marriage rte lose marriage[ k
to Rober PiitenWOi'JfU! % W be event of I I

Marcia Kay Crews, daug as an eventofjJiW9J-;) ; ) ?:>a'?{com* y an at a lun- I
: ,
Slt-amLMrs. James Crews of hfe.ajtridal. shOWer Thurs riday, M by Mrs.
: day evening\) May 28 at 7f94'p.m.given : .
S i k {WtaMUlvl.] sor by Mr*; Arthur Schulz-'Mrs.;' : i thel eves aq f dams at
i }
shjHjiwel.t!+* ) oimarriage u Jimmy Mrs. Gerald Thornton Mrs. Hugh'HuUon, Strt i > HffflEecovered
: r and Mrs.
25, William Haas at the home
;;"I ipjm. in Woodstock Park of the latter 4; 'dered cloths t I
on Brownlee Road. ;,1 ; .
aft Cnurch, Jacksonville with ttid it small arnd
S31: pliarles Mack Hudson honoree Corsages were presented'tothe>> ;: range of stok <* daisies.
and to
Mrs. Robert.
S31! I Ceremony. 1m,1 Paterson Bridalti can the
Jr., mother of the place
*.t"'Mrs Howell is the perforliU \ Games prospective' groom. seating? rrangerot... ,,the 12
ijV Mr and Mrs. Qt; were won by' Mrs.played'. Annette and prizes >Idu f( T George
?StarkeJfhe Mc '
h Clelland and Kelly, a ee and Mrs.
: Mrs. Julia'Alvarez.
; couple exchanged vows I befbfe! The refreshment table John 14TM ?Stt"mother of the pro

Ii'.Aneenery covered and white with carnations yellow roses.tlJqllow with a green cloth and centered was covered with rt 1I spectivei The; fioatetfies-pr gnxvu., M ?sented the
ap 'I}R (1(1S an .1
/ arrangement of silk' flowers in w .-
ribbons. Placed on each side of* /y shades of 4 ,,! honoree with a fcookbooK as a memento -
Ef fchp arch were baskets of white orange peach and beige of the occasion.
flanked by single orange tapers. Mrs. ._ .. .. .
-"- ,
H3 jii>ns and yellow roses and two tiered ----- + -- -- -
li presided at the
tree punch bowl
candelabras. Joey Ilerres Anderson
; ; Crystal
and Mrs. Schulz cut and served
: the
Presenting a program of music cake. Sidney Griffis, III

..J'vfre' Miss Rita Weir, soloist, and ('l.r' The hostesses Joey HerresTo
'. yiiss : presented the
Marrianne Gibbs, pianist.
IE '.N honoree with a bowl in her chosen din Present Crystal Anderson
(Earl Howell cousin of the .
groom (
: ner pattern as a memento of the occasion F. Griffis III
js best man and ushers were Mike :f. Piano RecitalThe Sidney ,

Bridge of Gainesville, cousin of the ,J To Wed June 21
ys J>r de, Randy Thompson and Dwayne ..1} Woman's Club of Starke will r
g P.. rk, nephew of the g room. 1J 1t Stork Shower sponsor Joey Herres in a piano recitalon Mr and Mrs. Herbert Anderson of

jvlrs J,euVJkilftifhyHaljinded, t i ( here Honors Mrs. Thursday June 11, at 8 p.m., at t the Raiford announce the engagementand
//ni' ice as'n aUwof $ She afore a' / club house. approaching marriage of their
=: / g mlrm.' en with', lace Spyros Drivas was honored at Joey is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herb daughter, Kris, to Sid Griffis, son of
1txxhce and kli I. latching a stork shower Thursday night, May P. Herres of Starke; a Bradford High Mr. and Mrs. Sidney F. Griffis, Jr., of

ffjw: ide brirt WM'.' Jhe a nosegay 28, given by Mrs. J.E. Denmark, Mrs. School graduate, class of 1981 and the Starke.
5/Afi/ spring flowers < wUh< rainbow Doug Gray and Mrs. Drew Reddish at pupil of Mrs. Mona Canova. The couple will be married Sunday,

.li eamers. 'Y' ,1; /t\, -J, the home of the latter in Green Acres. His awards include a superior June 21, at 8 p.m. at New River
Bridesmaids ""\vel-e! {Ics. Lynn The refreshment table was covered rating in both piano) and voice at Methodist Church.

gTlnpmpson: and Miss Jean Howell and with a white linen cloth and centered FMEA competition; the Community All friends and relatives are invitedto

iMif. Valerie Akridge of" Keystone with a stork holding a miniature gift Service Award in music given by the attend.

SiuS.wcire ghts 'COusUi ofMh fbrlde. 'They enclosed in a bundle in its' bill. This Florida State Music Teacher's 9
gowns and -ha'te Similar to the was flanked by two small ar- Association; mathematics achievement ,, fp

| .ino. 'gays.rMissTammietiutchitlp. miniature mums and stokesia. Punch Dare You" to use your full potential;

.niece of the was served from one end of the table third in class, honor society leader- it's'
'Jbri e. was flower;girl: I ind were a long by Mrs. Denmark and the cake with shipscholastically.Joey's I
'Wnf n and hat simtUUftw-the ;honor at- 7w the face of a baby on it, was made and program will include works I

f..1 tin ant Vincent NugefltjiJrrJnephewS : I served by Mrs. Gray. Nuts and mints by Bach, Beethoven Brahms Wanda Wards
of t the groom, wring-hair' were served from silver compotes. Chopin Debussy and Ibert. IL
Mrs. Howell Franklin Bell
'l11e bride given in marriage by her Mrs. Drivas opened the baby gifts The public is cordially invited to attend -

!I i fitter, wore white organza gown given to her from the 25 guests atten- and there in no charge for admis- Wanda Wards, L

<*'tr taffeta accented with lace and baby's breath in a "bud vase and a ding before refreshments were serv- sion. Franklin'Bell

J 4-ejl pearls. The gown had an empire feather pen was used. ed.The

!Swai&tJine with queen Anne neckline The bride's table hostesses presented Mrs. To Wed
was covered witha June 13
Did You Know. .. .. ... .
? puffed sleeves with lace mint green cloth and lace Drivas with a blue and white checked
tliiYs; and long chapel length train.a and centered with a three-tiered overlay wed diaper bag as a memento of the occa Ms. Robbie L. Wards and Walter T. Deinitrlus Alexander Drh'as
a wore pearl aropiet with Wards of Jacksonville announce the
earrings ding cake with a water fountain flow
| |j"carl chain necklace. Her illusion cap ing underneath. Mrs. sion.Did approaching marriage of their Mr. and Mrs. Spyros Drivas
Madge Akridgeof You Know........... Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin visited an-
daughter Wanda
red .Faye to Franklin
5 s c her chapel length veil of illu- Starke made the wedding cake and her parents Mr. and Mrs. J.C. nounce the birth of their son,
:* s on. She carried a bouquet of roses served it along with Mrs. Nannette Attending the annual meeting of the in Bonifay over the weekend. Pipkin Freddie Douglas Bell, son 'of Mr. and Mrs. Demitrius Alexander, born June 1 in
Bell of
i and with white Lawtey.
pompoms satin Akridge of St. Augustine. Foundation for General Hospital in
Mreamers.te/: the Promotion of The wedding will take place Satur- Gainesville.
t The
J ./'J'lIe ue Jfrt&i' "iKrttcteid- ) by Mrs. with a lace punch cloth table over was mint also green covered and were Music Mrs., Inc.L.A., in Gainesville Canova, Mrs.Sunday John and Mr.Miss and Rose Mrs. Heller L.M. Stoner of Clearwaterwere of Ocala Olive day, June 13, at 4 p.m. at the Mount Maternal grandparents are Mrs.

f alma Paekham of Theressat Baptist Church, 4080 Grant
was centered with a Gladys Collins and the late Brady Col-
crystal weekend
Griffin Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Road, Jacksonville
ATece tlon with
j was held at the church candelabra with matching a reception
punch W.H. Thomson. George W. Brown.
| ffellowshiji Hall where arrangements bowls at each end. Mrs. Elaine following the ceremony at Villa Ar- lins.Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
{ M H'llow rbses and white carnations Crawford of Starke SR mada Club House 7319 Beach Blvd., Mrs. Alexander
and Miss Drivas of
Mary Airman and Athens
I livetf used,' Philip W. Brown son of Mr. 'and Mrs. Rex Anderson, Jacksonville.All .
}Miss Amy Packhanj. kept the Lee of Georgia served the punch. Mrs. Robert L. Brown Jr., is Jr., of Homestead spent the weekend friends and'relatives are invited Greece.
i book Following a wedding trip to graduating June 12 from Sacramento with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick to attend. ' '
jBijuft's at a tablecohered With a Daytona Beach, the is ;Aaron; Michael C'hism
<|nnk cloth overlaid couple residing Cal. City College with an A.A. degree Harper in Lawtey and Mr. and Mrs.
green : with lace in
:J1Ildjllecollqtcd: ;': with yellow roses and employed.by Jacksonville. where both are in Printing Technology. Rex Anderson, Sr.? in Starke. Did You Know: .* .. ., Randall and Debbie Chism an-

.. .1 .. II .. .. .1 nounce the birth of their son Aaron
Altar L.H. Gibson visited Mr. and
First Micheal born
BaptistChurch May 19. Aaron
Dolores joins
a in pton'HilitesoniorCUiieua phoned6&1915wh NewsWednesday'evening Visit VOA HomeOn Mrs. the Gerry Gibson at.. Merritt Island one brother Quentm.Grandparents .
over weekend.
t t53 J3F served coffee cake made by J iris:iro,'the Wednesday, May 27, residents of ., Mrs. win Vickery and are Mr.Mr.and and Mrs.!Mrs.Ran-Ed-
Ha Volunteers Mr I
America home
ton Senior CTffeenWHao BlortfliVberkman.Jt Y were n I IW..HarrjspgofOcJ dall
t.b.rJMiJt.WiJl{ i Chsm, all
r. l 'ct Friday. June \ + jfo!honored with* party given by St. Ed- iMMCaLliarrNonaisorosswere | _of Starke.
5, at
2 < )
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l g. pLwcJs (KtlUlel ..
Jt1Ji'Rlplo3t.AuguslineOn >> ;: ,
In tall I ward's--Altar!! ; '
Hf City T. gttJbethgirlast La. will Society. Games of Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. :J&hua i
present a special of PaXil
.n tiftng utiJilt,, ;Yleiai I'.,Y. .... Friday the 4th and 5th grade music and puppetry at the program First volleyball were enjoyed. A.S. Harrison. HM ii..." J Davis i
classes Bad-
.1 traveled
Visitors .. to St. Augustine Refreshments of cold drinks, cookies '''1 I
::- list Church of Starke at 7:30: p.m. The Mr. and !Mrs. Jimmy Davis of
Mr and Mrs Cecil Mattheus travel- were served.
ftp, the, Jacksonville last Cheerleading Clinic public is cordially invited to attend. Carol Ashline, president, presentedthe Theressa announce the birth of a son,
Airport First Baptist is now receiving Mr. and Mrs. Rabble Shaller spent Joshua Paul, born !May 26 in Alachua
J1jty; toy i u I M s. 4 tlWusi\ The Junior Varsity Cheerleaderswill registration of young people to attend girls with a soccer croquet game the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ogden General Hospital.Paternal .
[Her Car II \\I. $1A"ICtreer;. sponsor a one day Cheerleading the Youth Retreat to be held at the for their enjoyment. Also attending Bates in Jacksonville/ :
)111/1/ > $# $j"she Y.all Clinic on Monday June 8 at the Mid-Florida Baptist Campground on the party were Antoinette Coss, Betty Mrs. James grandparents Davis are !Mr. and
Jentto \\j)1IJf" ;,xfytih'Itex. .' School. Girls from Kindergarten Monday-Wednesday, June 29 July I.I DazinskI and Dolores Meng. Mr. and Mrs. .Vanis Rosier visited Maternal grandparents are Theressa.Mr. and
sited Gleij':r.1 F .I' v through 7th grade attend from Officers Installed
may 9 The deadline Mrs.
; Freddie
n Mrs.
Amerson Harold
: and
.oj..regyst.yatjprjgSun- family in Neumans of
Arabi, Ga.,
//O( h Mon ; until 12 noon. The cost will be $2 per day, June 21. Saturday evening May 30( Bratt FI. over the weekend and Great
at. grandparents
({ I gt1ter} rleiie :ta'Mpa, child. Debbie Bigham is the A members of St. Edward's parish joined are Mr. and Mrs.
sponsorof Youth
: tended the
EvangelismTeam graduation of his Perry
: brother
Turlington of
v{ sited Lo 1 this and she sponsored Altar Society members for their installation Orlando and Mrs.
a"g l tzuj J .. djoyedte'delicio project may be reach- by the rlorjfa''B.1J! : List Convention \ Friday night. ,. Paul Neumans of .
t tii .0(J Arden ed at phone 485-1431 for information. will be at First.Baptist 'on June banquet at the Western *>' &

'i'getable # ; -J. Ruby Awards Day 28. The team is composed of David Steer Steakhouse in Starke. Dr. and Mrs. Jay Moseley j ot t Mtiox- You Know . .
tit to tt "dh On the last day of Wednes- The pastor, Father Edward '.
and school .
t T? ? \3. Crews of Panama City, Fla. and Ran- ville, Tenn. spent I list week with his "
I. e J day, Principal Connie Clark awarded Hall Rooney, assisted Antoinette Coss In v
dy of Tallahassee. These mother Mrs. '
O1i6JI: young the J.ll. Moseley and! Dr. Carlos Johnson;, a Call Street
; 'h i: ** Certificates to those deserving Installation of the following of.
men will l and Mrs. ;
pr.achnd lead Adams.
singing at : : barber
\ ,
S'llrm'' il'l' fV1; ning botlall special recognition for the year. the Sunday and Weljpesdayselrvices ficers: President-Carol Ashline, Vice ,' new heights in
e lebi'atcd a faysqijMay Certificates in Spelling President Ruth Meng Secretary b Freemasonry Saturday. afternoon at
: given and lead the Mrs.
youUrat the Re (eat Marjorie ,Jones t
returned last Jacksonville;
Karen W' to these Jane Bawek ; Beach when he
+IIt d,7 on June. students in Debbie Bigham's The and Treasurer Betty was
I ll tlhadS l First Baptist Church his 3 worship Wednesday from three weeks"visit created a Knight of the York
; Special Education Dazinski. Officers Cross of
t 8tbir-- Class: Randall were presented a
services each with her .
Sunda !- at 8:30:: daughter .and Honour.
) Mrs.
1 llt\n JiN!; h ; :w : "'" Chastain Brian Kidd David Parker, a.m., 11 a.m., and at 7:30 p.m.. The silk corsage made by Sallye Scoggins. Connie Tainter in Santa i Cal { .4
;ab (i-f ,il.: : '. Shawn Shepherd, Donald Smith, and public Is invjtig* jBjRiJthreeservices..,./ Graduates Honored Maria *
!; ,
11111h 1114IIlelyyVitai'rirl fHk'prolIilll :; -+z., Randall Smith. The II a.m. nTplisfeltyict.; .', Is High School graduates honored at a Mrs. Margery<,.Col ley of--Bradcnton., "Mr.'and'Mrs.. Gerald, Moran attended -
d riiat .. :Not; :\1)Iolht'r": at' In Cindee Lawrence's Kindergarten broadcast each week on the local special Mass on Sunday, May 31 at St. former Starke resident, is the Gainesville. Sectional Bridge

I U.lm.iii's/ Club In Starke. Thisdin-! class Honor Roll students were radio station. ,- Edward's Church celebrated by !Mrs. Nelma visiting Tournament(,in Gainesville Friday
II I' ll)('.il<'rvniliiclioii! IM' the."Used Danielle Hersey Beth Kennan and Sunday School, is at 95.a?:. ;in/eacK! Father Edward Rooney were: Jeri Keenatitltt and Saturday/ and won first prize in

f'1(11' PI.J'vr,+ pltll ,!gaIn Gene Birt. Kelly Cribbs and Frank Sunday. Parents may call W-6562 for- Ann Allen Alan Ashline, Mike Mr! and Mrs. Needham Hurst Mr. the. 49'i'! Frida)' night! and second
u, Juni- I'A: i, ami( g..l'he food is Williams were given certificates of transportation in/brmation.lW" Brunetti, Frank Coss Chris Meng. and !Mr. Richard tfifcfTeJ' and place over" all. There ''were over list<

d hYaugdtheentertainmentgoodr'Jnnlpton#, the Most...Improved. Girl and Boy. ..j.w t Suzette Rodrigue and Junior Schoen- Jaion.llick.JIurit 1 toil !MISS Lisa Nor.son, players competing.
Lake Jean Llark ,
s 1st
grade certificates .i :
1 Ir Hoinoii i! and Dr were {or, : ing.Paul Bawek altar ris 4 oil iii ianufons were Tuesday
Laura Harado given to Honor Roll students: was server and evening Miss ('ar(11h'rnnihagen of I>l'i1l1l1spent !
ft'J..{ 'have J Scott I; dsr'w" Mr. and ainrt6r'giJests of Ncetiham'saunt.
Ween especially and Branham Lonnie Mrs. Victor Ashline
happy Custer the
Unltl lI,1 Mrs'T' 'I lyige'Sinclair. first nt'the t week u if h her un
p ofd 1'hurray; night when all six,of; Jessica Fisher Regina Padgett (all First presented the gifts at Offertory time. joined by Mrs"--and They were cle and aunt ))r. and Mrs O.I
II{ 'I 1 :;fjileitted t 1 'llIldren.pl .y' the'ptaiuyery' : A's), David Roberts and Darlene Methodist tI'rd'b Following !Mass Father Rooney Chastain and daughter) Mrs. Tommy Ha>'nes. Jr..
hell In the' HianosThonaf Rush. Regina Padgett was the Top presented the graduates with a silver of
tt.$' Wtmiau'j Club in Starke. Speller and Jessica Fisher achieved Special film'4''(br\ Pentecost( '"In1: + crucifix, a gift of the Altar Society. Gaines YiJle." 10'\\';, Mr: LlIIJIr': George 1I11
|{ ntb'' {Oonna. Cin *.-. Patricia, Excellence in Math. Remembrance' ,' .'.:'8peei l* award Graduates were then honored witha returned: gins
:. !fiikaii
ddidudlly J1d in du'iott! pla.af.f..arl'i students were Melissa Byrd Andria the disciples between the time of Gissy was in charge of arrangements Moselc grandmother, Mrs J.ll. Merritt Island for several I
lgn'nt'J.' : Fenton, Aimee Hodges' and Jennifer the cross and the Pentecostal experience for this affair. ) over the vevkend.! days. They'were
tej&her. S'tetpr This!,film accompanied by :Mrs. :Mack
l TbciT Louise Phifer expertly portraysthe
( \\ho'isitt.ti
-sented! In- confusion'weaknesses, and lack' l': lnU; : Mr. and Mrs.'Vranfc'Cogdell of Nor her Mm and
p of I them with"'*a Arlene Rich's 3rd grade class PKNTKCOSTALCllt'HCII family, Mr.
st 14'lIe of KCh composer. The Honor Roll students were: Allison Ar- of direction of.the ,disciples as they 201 :N,Water SI. folk. Mass. \and.Jyhn .I.nn. Jr. of in Titusville.and Mrs. John Williams

W 'CI che ', tried to comprehend the, of Pastor n..,.. Jacksonville" visiting their
m.af ;gaveeac. .Certificate } Cindy Davis Rhonell Estes, meaning : (".1. \VelK
IIf(t\PP (,I'lilfli..1 1.if'Jl' tf Jpation- Mary hill Stefanie Hughes Misty the events. This film will be shown, !Mil-7l.0: () parents,. Rev.*,and! Mrs John' "Flynn.
In 111.1. ilnl( 1! ....'... Kpehler, David Loiacano Jerry Sunday June 7th at 7 p.m. at First'United Thursday 6:30: p,m. Men's Sr. this week ..4' 1: ,, .':': ,
{The'I'jradii' children joined other Loiacano and Angela Mitchell. Methodist Church at Walnut Prayer Meeting.Friday Attending the "',,'we spring
Mndegls t of :Miss Stern Mrs. Monaliuivik A. B Honor Roll Certificates for the and Jefferson. 7:30: p,m. Youth Service. !Mrs. Oscar Davis is a medical patent workshop for elected l ollicers in :Mac

. . . . in Al.ichua G.'ncralllllspital. clenny Tuesday
( : and Joey Ilerres in prcsen- year in Mindy McLean's 4th grade Sunday 10:00 a.m., Sunday of last week were:
jig "ii delightful program of piano went to: Terri Kennan Quinton Ford, The United Methodist Men will be School; 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic Ser- :Mrs. IA. Ciinovu. :Mrs. H A. Green
mii.iie..' Brian Davis and Tina Branham. meeting Wednesday June 10th at 7:30: vice. :Mrs. Arlin :McKnight has returned Jr.. Mrs.! Louis "'uung.Jri.: John

''It ,_ CJaudette Peterson's Sth grade p.in. for dinner and meeting at the Tuesday 9:30 a.m. Ladies Prayer after two weeks visit i \I'ilh.relatives In Griffin :Mrs. W.II. Thomson !Mrs.
l\t '\llIti. 'a i -.t "r"II *>I "Hnor Roll students were: Mindy home of Dr. and Mrs. Richard Odom. Meeting. (Columbia, affiff,. Jthnrting. SA,. I Lester Kuud and :Mrs.'Frank Brown

eta led rt; f Q ,"D' >>: 1sy"It : J.J.a jv.Hersey, cassandra Fisher, Diana Preparations are also being finalized Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Bible r.U Jl' a sy I ) .jjv riardinand Billy Seville. for the planning retreat at St. Simon's Study QMSM: 1 JhoniVilliafcis i ; 1 ..hasrl'tur'1l.H from the Junior Woman's Club atten-

SUJH ;j., The) were celebrating Certificates to Honor Roll students Island, June 12th and 13th. Obey A eta 2:38.39 I Hawaii after three week ding were :Mrs. Robert hall/ :Mrs.
relies birthdayAi9ia in Carole Stevenson's 7th grade class The/ Lord's conning sooner lIUn01' visit with his! parents, Mr. and Mrs Charles Agin. Mrs. Philip Johns Mrs.!

.h ('''lIIllilll( '!'rip were given to Amy Clark and Melissa think Ift'x gel ready.DLounette Morns Williams (of Kingsley! Lake Robert Autry and :Mrs. Gareih Jones

:\1.1)Inn returned! home late Williams.

t trlp11} \ }h her special] ..e.rfHSAlU>Pda the entire school year were given to: ; Eaton BS D C,
sludfJ1 rtt't 1 5-BethrKennas.( Andria Fenton .
: Angela '
; :
k" l'S dlUm s ;,1'J y t)j,,!1| :\tjtclclI.Jcey! Rhoden Stacey I : Dr"" Wayne .'Eaton, D.C.

Wilif .s .'lIT r'.i. tyASpcrM .It$lajen) / { rTi' >rn Cunningham Billy ,r" !r A
an I''(I able. : > at t the Magic erne, Terri Kennan Robert Keystone

KinkP, mil had. delightful time. :Moorhead. Polly Woods, Andy Frey I 'C.1! rCpractic Clini
f: HllllH \gainE Diana Cardin, Billy Seville, Frantz ..: : \'.," '
:Iri. iv'ton ill'companiedIar: }' Innocent Amy Clark and Tommy tiI '; .
Tai 01' flight! to :New York where Khoden. ,\. j;; i At t SR V.Northtr! '
she pending some lime with Student Library Aide Certificates 's'1'to KeysrO'lt; : '' o
rd" lie returned haft clank Deniel Dai ley, Shops'-'Suite'5 f
i' duly! f'relat ,. 'no,'!Tammy Peeples. ''''< '
'. ;R'I "'' ;
; Melissa Williams. }'
J1 :i-i.f..ij SSSIRSC .
n .r SchoolelersoIIoaored Glrl; Scouts! \ .
i./ June 8th the Junior Troop 53 will ", : : : pm.
b I e fir meett.,(t1f i*, Leaders home to start ". jV ,

grade, (h an e m theiI"oolljjll Ul\'j..aCtiVities. They will bebtartia -J-a|! tiA. 't \,."ITu's.. ::.red.. : c Fri.
tied to 'ret 27, .*if5).lheir Swimming and : 1 ,
honormisc Ma wit at "d':oadge, The Troop will II f.'t 't1} .,'l If, IU sua s : e
an Su b ; fDnday from 9 a.m, to 3ete jVMar; ';l V \.... "
show( re g by f +' lit bring their lunch. 'Wi 'Jf ;hraPi Facilities

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Waters Triumphs Over G'ville Tire To Capture Hayes Tourney _

It took back-to-back Sunday wins tourney, falling to OP Businessmen
against Gainesville Tire but that'sjust ? 12-4 and the Crackers 10-1. Steven
what Waters Bulldozing & Excavating Spell was 2-4 and Bill Goodge Randy"Andrews
came up with as they cap- r Chuck Johnson and James
lured the Hayes Invitational men s I Curtis also managed two hits.
softball tourney in Starke last NAPA fell victim of a tough draw,
\\eekcnd. losing 7-6 to OP Businessman in the
fire had dumped Waters 5-3 in the I opening round and then falling to
fourth W.W. Gay in the loser's
'miner's bracket finals Sunday but place
the Starke club eliminated Macclen- tlIY ,. Beating Out Singles... I bracket. Dick Wheeler played just
n\. 's Crackers 4-3 and then crunched ...In Pairs one game but was a perfect 5-for-5
(I'ire.. 12.4 to even things back up An \ Brian Johns cf Waters left and 1rT with two home runs and a double.
exciting i title game went eight innings I Dewajne Strickland of the Stars, Ronnie Polk went 4-8 with a two-
before( Waters won 11-7 on a four-run _" right, are shown legging out in- : bagger, Rodney Holton was 4-9, Gene
>>uisi in the lop of the eighthWe've field hits In the Haves Invitational I Raulerson 3-5, and Glen Kemp and
Whitehead both 37. :
finally broken the ice, a 1n111M. last weekend. Jerry
pleased Waters manager Dwight Johns who led first-place Dan Alford of W.W. Gay had a big :
Elder commented after his team took Waters In hitting, reached weekend, batting .764 ((13-17) with
its second straight tournament ,Vic- Gainesville srr.t I four home runs, Jeff Brashear of Gay :
loo (after winning in St Augustine :.. )1 Tire against while runnerup Strickland touches smacked four circuit blasts and Ran-
llje'weeken'l before) and stretched its dy McKracken hit three out.
c( first base as the ball gets away I
current hot streak to 11 wins in 12 from Orange Park's first
.games: "Of course this one meant a tf W baseman llajes Invitational
little more ( than St. Augustine)." Top Finishers1)WalersStarke
Waters has now placed in all seven of 6-I'
I Is tournament tries this year but only Photos by 2)) Gainesville Tire 4-2
in the last two weeks has been able to Dana CooperIn 3) Macclenny: Crackers 5-2
tome up with 'he big prize '" .. I>. J 4)) W.W.Gay-G'vllle 1-2
The championship in front of local 5))O.P. Businessmen 2-2
fans was not without its tense r 5)) thSt.'arWash 2.27)Buck'sStoveLC
moments ,..... .. 1-2
Waters which had cruised through "' 1-2
( 7)) Poor Boys-Raiford
Olin's :Mobile Homes 19-7 Macclen- .L.----

ny's Rebels 22-3 and Orange Park's score situation in the seventh the the bottom of the eighth Tire's Hull hit back-to-back homers against ing Olin's Mobile Homes 16-0. W.W.
Businessmen 8-2 before watching its Starke club saw its first two batters leadoff man reached but a flyout. Olin's and Donald smacked two moreas Gay eliminated the Raifordbasedclub
offense disappear against Tire had to fly out before coming up with two lineout, and popup clinched the crown Waters hit five of its seven homersfor 108.Carlton. PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS
hold 1 'the third-place Crackers clutch hits. Ratliff singled with two for Waters. the weekend against the Rebels on smacked 4 circuit blasts
cureless) over the last five innings to gone. Lefty Larry Mercer went the Ratliff wasn't all defense, hitting Westside Field Saturday night.As and a double in a 6-for-ll weekend
,queak by and stay alive. The Mac- opposite way with a pitch out over the .600 ((12 for 20)) for the winners, far as other local clubs only Poor while Stratton was 610. Ronnie
ch'Tiny club, losers: its first timeout toW flew for another single and Ratliff finishing up with a 6-for-10 perfor- Boys managed to last very long play Thomas and Pat Fitzhough both went I'2: Ot 3 Bedroom Apts.
W. Gay 14-5 had scrapped through all the way around to tie the mance in the wins over Tire. Johns ing three games after winning a first- 4-11 with Thomas smacking a home From $ l5O to $::1 7 500 :
the loser's bracket with wins overllarry game. belted the ball round forfeit. and double Olin's.
at a .682 pace ((15-22) to Poor Boys, strengthened run against
s 6-5, Starke's Stars 10-1 and Randall Thomas then came up witha lead Waters in hitting for the second by the weekend addition of Green Olin's, losers to Waters and Poor it:: :
Hh St Car Wash 10-7 before making game-saver, reaching over the straight weekend. Donald Wheeler, Machine regulars Ken Carlton and Boys, was led by Larry Green 3-5 for I53O W. Madison :
Wood use of another shot at W.W. Gay fence in left to steal a game-winning Gene Melvin and Fred Wheeler ((4-8)) Terry Stratton, lost to 4th St. Car the weekend, IUlllfINISl1IC rhone 964-63 .:
.. ith a 6-J: win. homer away from Tire's John Carter, all hit even 500. D. Wheeler and Matt Wash of Jacksonville 4-2 before smok- Starke's Stars also were 0-2 in the LENDER .'
Against Tire Waters got the bats the Home Run Trophy winner with .-
cranked l up again plating five runs in four homers. Only one Tire batter .
t the of t the first and playing ex- .
top reached in the seventh as Waters ..-
I client defense Tourney MVP Bill pushed the game into extra innings. .'
K.itliff knocked the ball down a couple With the momentum all theirs ,:-
I iiuiii'd some big doublc-plajs and the top of the eighth. Donnie Wise '
vent ::1 for-5 in that game while short- tripled and Tommy Wise singled him h i -'
Wise delivered four hits :
-top home Randall Thomas delivered abase
,mil! Donnie Wise three more. hit and Brian Johns followed .-
In the finals Waters again jumped with an RBI single. Matt Hull then t .. ., I.fJ
l\ll.lol 5-1)lead with a big top half of the pushed 'out a sacrifice fly to plate t:
iirst' : but Tire was; within 5-4 after two Thomas and Ricky Bennett smackeda ; 1I 1\\ ( i j ja
,and took a 7.6 advantage with a two- single to score Johns and make it' BARGAIN SEffiVlGEAnnouncing I a ,
pot' in the sixth. Faced with a must- 11-7. I I'I I F
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the installation of our new printing press. i t

\\c \ e got soil ball at opposite ends: of the county this week as NAPA hosts an .

i maim-iil'ipcii I lnitit IUnalm at Lawtey's I Brooker Cobbio and Field Lawtej's Dixie Youth Association puts on a "13'' This press is designed for Quick Printing: l l 'i. ,

10) Clubs Shooting for Brooker Crown i This means 24 HR. Service. ; \

\Ai'A's: In team Invitational will include the host team plus!others including i I i
potter lulling American Fitness of Jacksonville, Orange Park's Businessmen :'k( t t(1 '
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lotion starts I 7 with helIsiflts: of Staikc Trans- t.
: Kndaj" night at p.m. t taking on ; (....
World A's of Gainesville At 8:13: !; Hogto\vn Rollers plays (Drews and at 9::.10 .
I Or.nine I'.nk meets Smokehouse Quail Farm ol Chietlands.iturd.iv ': ,
nun nmg American Fitness and 1'rolter Jealty bang heads; at 9 a.m. / Printing Department III II
1'l1I'nI'A; ; |playa the winner ol "l'id"y'tHine one at0\(): I Li; md at 11:10::)() Ib T 'r.
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Play continues through Saturday! and picks hack up Sunday at I p in The first I
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A full mil' ol concessions will he on sale, including liamburgiMs. hot dogs, and I
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Shooting for 8 to 10) Team FieldAs I Reasonable Price..
of press t time six teams had comuulted lor (he Law!tty tournament and F
Coordinators Buddy Paterson and K: '
either Entrants an 8 or include 10 team Slat draw ke C'hurch l.l'aglll'll'lldl'l' Kindle Lake Baptist Olin's ql I'I'f, -, i No .extra charge for colored paper (of our choice) J : :

:Mobile Bonus; and the Lawtc Wildcats ol the Starke t Open) League, the Rebels I Ih
and Prophets ol Mac-clenn: and! Oinleder.ito Gun; Shop, a new' /team in Slaike ,
Play is slated tit slant Friday night at 7 I pin at ('ol bil' Field and run all day ;
Saturday with the linals set for Saturday night SAVINGS h I I
Fried Chicken dinners will available through( lie I I Lawtej. 'Slave's women's team. .
( rews !said and a lull line of concession items' will also he on "sale .
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I-or Itradliiid. ('nunh"s school For ages 4 Ii the Tiny Tots program I
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.ilinoM, hear and. attain. the Slaike Fridaymornings.( ; 'The children ages l {
Ki't iraliim Derailment. will t beotfernin 7-14 will he able to stay all day five i, 400 Copies $12.10 400 Copies $14.70
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(toi the IJec Di-plaitim-nt. ': Summer. jump-loping{ (, archery.. r )1)91'd
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Palatka, St. Au g stiDeU"lfun-TJirough Tornadoes in Jamboree

Kilitor' note: comments from double uw'rlinand\ Palatka toppedthe rected. That's good to know. We've opening quarter TD-drive then madeit
both varsity and JeOllt'I1I'K on the Hdin-s 711. just got a lot of work In front of us." 13-0 by carrying Larry Long's punt
Spring Jamboree und Spring All.told BUS gave up 184 yards on Through all the big yardage first- back 68 yards. He caught the ball at
workouts in general up|> >ur on \pg.t time linebacker Bruce Rehberg, a his 32, went left, weaved through
I.A.:( the ground in the two quarters. converted defensive end, had a big tacklers and then sprinted free the
Palatkj ripped off 84 on 15 carries night, making 12 stops total (7 last 30 yards.
with Williams going for 40 yards and primaries, 5 assists), to lead the Tornadoes On the ensuing kickoff Herbert
Palatka and St.
Augustine went une hllltbdown'on 6 carries plus "For just having three daysof Hawkins was nailed for a six yard loss
it two different
about ways-) but the Burning a punt-Mi yards for a TD, practice at linebacker Bruce showed on the return and a clipping penalty
result was about the same as the Pan taking ( kickoffs back for "
Y..O 50 outstanding potential, Tornado further set the Tornadoes back to
thers and Yellow Jackets literally"ran" stripes, and catching a pass for a Head Coach David Hurse said of the their 2. After a fumbled exchange
through Bradford High's Tornadoes touchdown.St. aggressive rising senior. "This is Watkins twice ran hard, first for three
in jamboree action In Palatka AURUI .ine with 200poundplustrucks where we need help and Bruce is goIng then for five, to give BHS some .
last Friday Tony Delgado and Bernard to be a fine linebacker." breathing room for Long to punt. But, a.a.
The Panthers, using a bevy of Mathews sharing the handoffs, Neither opponent was successful in the ball never got to Long, the center
speedburners led by highlyrecruitedJohn bulldozed for too yards on 16 ground the air against the Tornado secondary snap sailing over his head and out of
L. Williams, sped through, attempts 97 of the stripes coming on going 1 for 6 combined with one the endzone for a safety that pushed
around, and past the Tornadoes 21-0 their extended! scoring march. interception.Just Palatka's lead to( 150.
in quarter number two of the jam- Those figures no doubt were as in the Junior-Senior game Rick Braswell kicked off from the --- -----
boree while St. Augustine used a discouraging to the Tornadoes) but BUS got little in the way of a running 20 for Bradford and Williams again Defenders Try to Collar Panther RunnerOn

simpler tactic -- utilizing two BUS I Offensive Coordinator Mike Sex- game going -- netting just eight yardson gave ,his team a speedy head start this jamboree play the BUS defense Is trying to do
monstrous running backs right up thegut'to ton said: that though "there were an four tries -- but the passing game towards another score, bringing the what it found difficult, the of
stop running
bowl over Bradford 8-0 in the d\\l'ullot of mistakes made... after sit- game powerful
triggered by now-freshman quarter ball back 32 yards to the Tornado 43. Palatka. Tornado defenders pictured are Daryl l Thornton
third period In other action the ting down and looking at the films back Richie Fender showed
both Seven later the Panthers
plays were
progress ((21),
Jackets Interlachen Charles Brotvii (Ui7>, Kenny Wright.:: ((3:1):: and Grant
topped 8-0 in
Ult'y're all things (that be and
can cor- promise. in the endzone again. On fourth and Williams ((81)).
After an O-for-2 quarter against two from the BHS five,with time run-
Palatka Fender clicked on 4-for-5 ning out, Palatka scored on the
I Fall Grid Slates AnnouncedWith passes against St. Augustine for 37 quarter's last play as second quarter Craig Sapp was underthrown and bat- sion and St. Augustine led 80.
yards. All were short-range tosses but back Ricky Mulberry tossed a screen ted down by St. Augustine's Darryl There was too little time for Brad-
the addition of a potential Nw 6 LIve Oak he was near the mark on all five and pass to Williams for the score. The Hicks. Long nestled his punt inside ford's offense to answer, though
friendly rival in Middleburg High the Nv I 1.1 1 at Eastside indeed one of his incompletions kick failed and the final count read the 10 and again BITS had the Jackets Fender did produce his two best pass-
Bradford High School football Nov. 211) at Middleburg against Palatka was right on the but- 210.Against pinned back as Hicks fumbled the ing plays of the night. First,on second
I schedule for 1981-82 has been pieced ton but dropped. St. Augustine the Tornadoes boot and had to fall on it at the threeas and 15 from the 15, he hit Watkins on
I together. .(under BUS was never in field position to started out more impressively. Wright, Don Green, and Mark screen pass and Emmett cut back
I "This is the first time I've had a 17 t'arsitySept Eastside give Fender the oppurtunity to directa Kenny Wright applied a crushing Crews smothered him. across the grain behind his blockingwall
(football schedule (completed) this at GHS scoring drive. BHS started its four tackle on the'Jackets opening kickoff With 6:02: left St. Augustine suddenly for a 19 yard gainer. On the next
21 ((4:301lid )
I early in years," BUS Football Coach Sept t 1 Sl. : offensive series' at its 40, 2,33, and 20. return at the 19 and although St. changed the complexion of the play, as time expired, Fender whipped -
I David Hurse said two weeks ago as he Jet II Augustine On the initial possession starting at Augustine ran up the middle for one quarter, marching the full 97 yards on a 12 yard slant-in pass to Blaine
{announced the worksheets for the Ol't. 15 at Middleburg Palatka the 40, which followed a 60 yard first down the drive ended when a the ground with 11 carries that chew- Dyal who was tackled as he caughtthe
Tornado varsity, JV and 9th grade Oct 22 Santa Fe 14-play scoring drive by the Panthers third and eight pass was picked off by ed all but 42 seconds off the clock. A ball.
Jl earns. Nov 9 BHS got no further. Emmett Watkinswas Bradford linebacker Grant Williams. big play along the way was a 12! yard

BUS Nuv.l;) at Macclenny stopped at the line of scrimmageon Williams returned the floater back 15 burst by Delgado that went for 10 ,..............,...........
Varsity! at Clay a run off left tackle and after a yards to set BHS up at the SA 33. yards more when his fumble bounced

ept11, 18 Baker Co !911aradr Fender pass into the middle was drop- Watkins got just a yard on a sweep upfield and was recovered by Behind Rehberg's 12 tackles on the
'ept openPalatka Baldwin ped he overt hew a screen pass to and a clipping penalty on a two yard teamate Wayne Triay Then on first BHS stop charts were fellow
'epL25 Oct.Sept. 29\ Watkins that as Coach David Hurse completion from Fender to Willie Hill and 10 from the 35 Delgado spun linebacker Mark Crews 5 in one
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c.2 Macclenny said on the sidelines "was set up to( pushed BHS back to the 47, second through the line, shed a tackler at the quarter, noseguard Kenny Wright, 8
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go. and 24. Fender hooked up with Eric 22 and was off to the races to cap the in 2 quarters, monster Daryl Thorn
) t5 (Thur) GHS 20 Eastside
c North at kt 27 at Palatka's Williams, who had punched Lane trailing out of the backfield for 'Jacket march. Delgado went off ton 5, and freshman linebacker Don
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c Macclenny in from the one on the Panther's four yards but a third and 18 bomb to right guard for the two point conver Green, 4 in one
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THE CIRCUIT COURT P.A. P.O. Drawer 103 were spread Kelly ,"tit" i '"f"'I'.1( > '. ii .J.
510.... Florida 32O9I Women's Softball league play last 3-4, Libby Hudgins 2-4 with a double, I : ::1' '. ,' "
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TION. CASE NO. 81-. the clerk of the above Saints,and Dazzlers all came up witha May 27 AJ !, : jij.. 'i' ,;. ,'I"r ', .. : ), '/
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CLIFFORD Cauley smacked two oerRF I, i ". ",.' 'I'.! i; i '11, : ,,.,.,:>".
PRfVATT. otherwise a ludgm.nt place mark to 11-0 while the Dazzlers doubles, Melanie Evans was 2-for-4 i : )i ."'

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Open' .h I
GREENLEE and CLIVE E.ROBERSON. or petition. two hits I : : i. ; :
KAREN SUE WITNESS my hand and each as the Saints used a : .. ,, ,,' 1'," "
the four-run seventh inning to get past the C'T
CARNES. and M. seal of this Court on SoftballMay Rowdies. \I. T>
PHILLIP CARNES o* May 7. 1981.Gilbert '.' 'I_ ..!>!
partners doing$ S. Brown As For the Rowdies, who took the lead In keeping with .the mention of Bradford High School) .... t-.t'f

butiness at PINE Clerk of the Court By': with a 7-run second inning, Ginny baseball marks here's a few statistics of note: For past BHS." ,,"'1 :,C':

BROOK VILLAGE Faye N. Whitehead, as Rowdies 22 Alligator Cr. 3 Kilby went 3-4, Peggy Nettles was 2-2 batting averages how about Sydney Jackson .474 in 1952. '.. "', '" l 1':
Florida Deputy' Clerk with a double) Fritzie Stoppelbein 2-4 :
General DEVElOPERS.Partnership.a 5/14 4tchg" 6/4. homer Sharon and Kilby 2 doubles was 4-for-4 and Belinda with a with a triple and double, and Susan Delano Thomas .460 in '52 Donald Falcon .442 as a sophomore II.': .t"--,'

Defendants. Brown, Peggy Nettles Carol Wilkerson Wilkerson 2-3. Juanita Reed and, in '64. and Gary Kouba.430 in 1960. Still the school best I know : *1'; .. .!.

IN THE CIRCUIT and Geneva Hodges also had big Geneva Hodges added doubles. of is Dewayne Elder's .491 of 1955 previously noted. ,: !: :

NOTICEOF COURT. FOR BRADFORD nights as the Rowdies whipped Dazzlers 12 Slaves 9 The unofficial school mark for triples went up with just a lit Xlrt'ft
ACTIONTO COUNTY. FLORIDA Alligator Creek Ranch. Jeanna Thompson and Gail Crews. .. -
tie ,
research. Bill :
C. more Goodge legged out five three-baggers "
: DOROTHY CASE NO. 81253. Brown homered and doubled who both had three hits sparked a. ,
GREENLEE. 2424 T. W. TATUM. Hodges was 3-4 with four runs\ Nettleswas three run inning for the Dazzlers in '. just last year as a junior and Wayne McLeod had a like number ;>:':'

Kanawoha Boulevard Plaintiff 3-4 with a homer and two doubles, the top of the last to lead their team in 1964. I
Virginia East.. Charleston 25801 v.VICTOR C. UNION JR. and Wilkerson was 3-4 with a pair of past Lawtey's Slaves. The 1955 club, which finished 11-9, had a tandem of strikeoutpitchers. -.-- .

and CARMEN UNION two-base hits. Vicki Gaines added a 2-for-4 game Delano Thomas fanned 104 and Ed Teston 102 that I .: H
for the winners while both Joan :
YOU ARE NOTIFIED Defendants. For the Creek Windie Gilbert went 19 of Thomas' K's
Sauners and had two year. came in a 32-3 no-hit win over Lake
2-2 and Linda and Hudgins
Pressley Jerry
that an Action to NOTICEOF .
foreclose a mortgageon ACTIONTO Lane were 2-3. hits for the Slaves. .. Butler that year. The best pitching mark as far as winning .

the following pro- : VICTOR C. UNION, Dominos 10 Slaves 7 percentage I've been able to find is the 6-1 record Emmett :. ,;. .J

pertin Bradford County JR. and CARMEN UNION. The Dominos got their stiffest test St.mdlrgsthru Tue. W-l Akridge recorded in '64. Scott Allen who struck out 97 this .

Florida: 77 School Street of the regular season but came away Damlnes ...., .. year, recorded 8 wins as a freshman to have the high watermark '. J
Dossiers ,
Charl.stown.Mauachus.tts with a three-run win as Linda Cub- in that ..
Section 25: All of the 02129. bedge went 3-for-4 with a homer and Saints 5.6 I category.

North half of NE'/i East YOU ARE HEREBY double, Dawn Schoening contributedtwo Rowdies 5-7 ...Congratulations are in order for BHS Coach Rick Stephens / :
of Stat. Road No. 13..lec.pt NOTIFIED that an Actionto Lawtey Sieves 5.7 and his wife cheerleader
hits and Lorna Debra
that including a double sponsor Stephens. They're proud ; ;'
portion foreclose
a mortgageon AIlletorCreek 0-11
previously conv.y.d the following property Leasure doubled. parents of a baby boy- Macey Dale Stephens, weighing '.::

for rood right-of-way In Bradford County seven pounds. nine ounces at birth. Rick was trying to lure a ,;:,'.,

lying and being in Florida: bass out of Kingsley Lake when he was called out of the boat i...;

Township Range East 7 Bradford South. Commence at the) SE The first president to pitch a ball to open the and told he had a bigger catch on the way. > ".
baseball season was William Howard Taft who threw ..,
County, Florida. corner of NEV4 of SE% of !}:
Less and Except: Two NE/. run thence West the ball which opened the American League :....
parcels which have 200 feet for Point of Washington-Philadelphia game on April 14, 1910 '

been released at Beginning. From sold Wendy's Closing In On Olympians : '.:
recorded in Officio Point of Beginning run : :.
.. .
Record Book I 150, feet --- -- .
pagt thence North 100 ; :
372 and Official Record run thence West 77.5 Wendy's Lawtey made a move towards the top I.r... ,
Book 181. page 207. feet; run thence South LegalsNOTICE last week winning twice, once over the first-place Dixie '
public records of Bradford 100 feet; run thence East %.JJIU'J1' Olympians, to move to within iVi games of the BoysBaseball :: ::;:
County Florida. 77.5 feet to the Point of I I I"tJTrL league leaders.

Beginning. all in Section OFINTENTION :::::: ieai tSiaia The Olympians are 8-3 to Wendy's 6-4. ',.;':,' :.

has been filed' agalnsi 29, Township 6 South Tuesday night's play was rained out and just one .

you 'and you are required Rang. 22 East. TO REGISTER 986 N. Temple game was reported last week. the only Lawtey hits while Keith Kehoe, Mike Chap.1::' .

to serve a copy FICTITIOUS 9647828GEORGE 28 pell Jason Polk) and Ron Boone singled for the' '
May .: .
of your written has been filed against NAME losers.
if Wendy's 14 Olympians S ;
defenses any to it you and you are requiredto Broker .
on RICHARD E. WELTY. serve a copy of your Pursuant to Sectlor ROBERTS Pitchers for the Bret and Jerry's Olympians Standings thru Tue. W-L ,.;(;,

Plaintiffs attorney written defenses if any. 865.09 Florida Statutes ASSOCIATISl couldn't! find the strike zone, walking 19 batters, to Olympians H-i:, ."--

whose address is 954 to it on RICHARD E. WEL. notice is hereby given Weekends. and Evenings Call hand Wendy's of Lawtey the victory last Thursdayand Wend)'* .....

North Temple Avenue, TY Plaintiff's attorney that the undersigned Richard Roberts. ,,,.5595 Ann Godwin. '64-5I59 cut the Olympians league lead back to 2 games Merchant ::1-11 lClviUns ;
Post Office Box 993 whose address is 954 RODNEY LEE SUMNER .Patsy Illcox-'76457 Norman Madding' '64-See Gerald Brown and Andy Norman had singles for01JB' :>-7 .J 3.
Starke. Florida 32091 North' Avenue.P.O. .
Temple Rt. I. Box 261B. .
John. Smith e42l7 Linda W. Johns V64-M97
on or before June 15, Box 995, Stark. Keystone Heights, Fl
1981. and file the Florida 32091, on or 32656 sole owner doing HOMES-STARKCOBR

original with. the Clerkof before 6 July, 1981. and business under the. firm 15. frm. garage, flI'x100'lat.CoII/II'/ PI. -
this Court either. file the original with the name of THE EYEGLASS frame home on 2 lots wlrfbj warehouse-Walnut St. ( l01UI310(]] : )

before service on Plain.tff' Clerk of this" Court either STORE P.O. Box 59 103 -2BR, IB, Black Fenced 625 Plnewood Dr.
attorney or immediately before service on Plain Edwards Rd Starke. Fl. '3BR I'/iB Block nice 1320 Searing St. Inj1

thereafter: tiff's attorney or immediately 32091. intends to '3BR, 2B 2100 .q. ft.LA. aprx. I'AA.. w/rnt. optt.-lOOW. !;

will otherwise be entered a against default otherwise, a thereafter default will: name register under said the fictitious provisions frame home good location 2BR,2B-Park Place. Lipton Tea Net Tourney Is Set for June 20-28 .:;:;..;1

you for the relief be entered against of aforesaid OUT-OF-TOWN HOMES mixed doubles a:', ..1
you Starke's 2nd Annual Lipton Ice Tea County residents. .
demanded in the Com for the relief demandedin MOBILE HOMM97I Champion on 1 at. Off Bayless Hwy. jt,
statute. tennis tournament for Bradford County residents is Cost is $4 per couple to cover trophy costs. 4
plaint. the Complaint. Dated this 22nd day of 3BR, IB, In... 21 acres 3-car garage-M.L.: Starling Rd. set for the third week of next month, June 20-28.( Matches will be best of three sets with a 12-point ,, .lJ!j
Witness my hand and Witness my hand and May. A.D. 1981 In Bradford -4BR, lt.Jrame. Urge .Lot. Leke Butler1 The single elimination) tourney will have teams of tiebreaker at 6-all. Eacb team : )
seal of this Court on seal of this Court on 29 Florida. S284tpd ..- OBR.:: 2B/UUJCCO. '.......c.,.- 301 South.". in the Sectional furniphes4heir! : .own -dt|)"Jt.r|
12. 1981' A.D. ;jtnfn apd women platfrjefor; : ) a spot 'ball .(preferably PE tIq"I\M ., .
May May. 1981.Gilb.rl 6/18. 01' 'tdfge'lof.'I-mbblte; names-Sampson LUHaf,' "-'II'" Tea national II oJ) '."VII "t'w 1fliw, ..:un.6
Gilbert S. Brown as S. Brown Tournament of the TIpton prAgram, TI\e\ Rec. Departrrt, fi' allnne deaal1ne entry ,
as -Beautiful BR.2B. brick, IDA-W. of lawtey. J'fgn
apx. which'has national finals played at the Sawgrass
Clerk of the Circuit wilp bably be the Friday before the tournament, --
Clerk of the Circuit '
INVITATION TO BID 'Fran. S BR, IB. lfj.outbldg..ap. 4/. A.-Strn Rd.
Club in Florida. Entries limited to Bradford '
Court, by: Marian Beulah are June lt! .
Court by: M. SEALED BIDS WILL BE -3 >R. 15. from. 100x75 lot w/goraa.ln"Hampton. fi 1
McRae Deputy Clerk. Clerk.
Moody Deputy RECEIVED BY THE CITY -Pool FP, 3SR, 2B, Brick-Country Club area.
5/14 4tchg6ll.li 6/4 4tchg 625.IN .
OF East LAKE Main BUTLER Street AT Lake 125 targe, appro. SA., :3BS. 2B S.R. 100E. Starkettes Drop Close Ones I

COURT.. IHE CIRCUIT EIGHTH IHE CIRCUIT COURT* Butler. Florida at the. ACREAGE Last weekend it was close but no cigar for the Godwin said their play is improving rapidly. -

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF OF FLORIDA. EIGHT-) regular meeting at 5:15: 340 Acres on Marklee Starling road. Starkettes, the local 13-15 year old girls Softball In the tourney last weekend shortstop Mashell

FLORIDA, IN AND FOR 'JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN P.M. on the fallowing.qulpm.nt '14 Acres off US-301: South.- team gearing up for Starke's first venture into Brown smacked 6 hits in 9 at bats, including a-iiome .'Il I
listed. '1 2 trailer Lake Shores.
BRADFORD COUNTY. AND FOR BRADFORD acres hook-ups' Crosby youth girls ASA tournament play.; run, triple, and double. CenterfieWcr Eliza bet liStitt JI1 -'
Leke Lot lake.
FLORIDA. COUNTY. I (on.) Model C70 Sampson was 5-for-ID with a double, Stacey Reddish'went 3-5vwi( ju
CIVIL ACTION Case No. 81208. Diesel Ford F 700. D or 'Approximately S tff4, lawfcy Area. Playing in a double-elimination invitational youth and Diane Wood, Melanie Wood, and Kay Allen ttUATnana

Case No. 8I-213CA. In re: The Marriage of equal IS8# Wheel base .'6 acres-OH $..233..v. girls tourney in Macclenny the Starkettes lost to the stroked 2 hits. Melanie scored ,4 .tirne t rrom.. er1'mlrf

In re: The Marriage of DOROTHY WILLIAMSON. 84" C. A. 24,000 No.I/IG.V.W. acre Mobile Home1'(of Woodland 'Acres- Baldwin 7Sers 13-11 in 12 innings and fell to Green leadoff slot. 'nl,i.'ji, ..,,,1 itwo >ni M C-St; s oJ nJ
JAMES T. FELTNER. Husband LYCANS WIf.P.tI.tion.r. Beautiful 10 acres-Country Club area.Nl : Cove the Slarketts
The losses
'"* Springs drop The Starkettes are in act'gin tIIs1pJefldjaadjU\ ( :
FELTNER.and, Wile CAROLYN' S. vs 7000 17.500# Rear Front Two Axle Speed RPO
.. oLiMI
DAVID LYCANS, Axle 6.50/9.04 Ratio cc !rt4w n'IImn
NOTICEOF Husband/Respondent Full Air Brakes (Cam I *" !sI'wsJ 101
SUIT- NOTICEOF Type) RPO .' EstateRAIPH LA Cubbettes Capture First In Own Softball Tourney ; tduoSnsm'iBrfo': IA bns bu I
NO ACTION 8.21 165 HP Diesel Ralph Bryan

TO: JAMES T. FELTNER.. TO: DAVID LYCANS. Current 36.000/ Test From.. The first place trophy for last weekend's LA Cub- season record to 18-3 said coach Willie?Kriw..- n "1IIM

2128 Barth Avenue Indianapolis Residence and Address section modules 11.84 ';T \. m bettes womens Softball tournament didn't go( Lillie Mack was 2-for-H w\tfi jI hqiHCirfcain lihfiUIIei .
Indiana. Unknown. West Coast Mirrors I anywhere as the Lawtey girls won their own tournament game and smacked fovrl;, qlPers..rfIDlh.ke *lit 919W
YOU ARE that HEREBY. YOU ARE HEREBY Right. and left RPO RALPH BRYAN REAL ESTA TEu_ in undefeated style. pace the Cubbettes. Patjjci;' .| Bravrftmiasaiiff( : **}Bit Jrww

for NOTIFIED Dissolution an of action marriage NOTIFIED that on action 7000 /# Front Springs 3tp w. Call St.Cor. 'After winning a forfeit over no-show( Hawthorne the championship) gamei.S.frjyia I ,, |lentils&ai lb2
has been fil.d for Dissolution of marriage 20.400 Rear Springs Honeybees 11 was the majic number for the Cubbettes. with a homer, and Msu. jrong v ajd 2aivmh! fcfemne 318J2
JAMES T. has been filed 4.0001Auxllary/ Rear ( US 30 J & Call St.) They whipped Starke s Gatoretles 11-5 and then run. jrfa lft ,!sbnoM
FELTNER and you you are required against' you in the above Springs 4500 ///f.f.6Cast 964-8788, ANYTIME beat Johnson-Crossing 11-5 and 11-6 for the cham The Cubbettes tra vc) tp ditktlsjurdyrljM\ /

to serve a copy of styled action and you arm Spoke Wh..I.20"X7.S" pionship. The 3-0 weekend pushed the Cubbettes a single game with the 1( ktlS.'O J.. i bft/\ .slqiiJstOiW 8-S:
required to serve a Rims 9.'2
your written defenses if MONDA Y.FIlIDAY9.5_ p.m. ...f lust.IS1. 5Ifl% .CO.CO.-.
of your written defenses, Five Speed Iran.mlssian. -
any to it. on the plaintiff if any to It. on D. WYATT Sth gear direct Evening and Sundays by appointment i .tIlM

s attorney whose JOHNSON. Attorney for 900X20-. 12 ply tires Kalph 1'. Bryan.'REALTOR II IIrIL'r'i Kl'pug "'I&bU'NI
name and address Is ERR ': weJs
Wife/Petitioner whose highway tread I elnofaliVa'yoJ
DUDLEY P. HARDY. Es. address is Post Office Heater and DefrosterTwo ,i rim' illiuol')//11 lit XtinTia:
quire. Pierce, & Hardy. Box 656, Melrose Electric REDUCI -BEST BUY AROUND FAULKNER bloct 9ii .
Speed j 9 i I 10 tn/b -*)
P.A.. P.O. Drawer 1030. Windshield Just Inside cIty HrnlH, oie I Acre (more land available) .
Florida. 32666 on or Wip.rsPOWER I -
Stork.. Florida 32091. 3BR 2Bath nVKKfwrne Fans Rm. Fireplace Sep. RERLTY
before the 19th' of STEERING ; .
day 'n .. Io irli/ -io'ik5
and file. the original with 1981. and file the Din. Rm. Eaf-irr:Kitchen<< with stove A dishwasher -'j 964-5231 ,.
the clerk of the above original with' the Clerk of : closed garag*}*:-"'ONLY'$\&.5oo'dowII: ft assume '.1. iy' ii.',..ci'

styled court on or this Court either before All Steel Platform payment of $24S. S'montht( % Int) TOTAL PRICE I OWNER Will FINANCE 064-5065 [m j trsx

before. June 15. 1981 service on Petitioner's Body/ with' Twin Cylinder 54S.OOO. I 1 This 3 bedroom 1 bath 9 R.ORMD '>I.L! ,':
otherwise .
a judgmentmay
Underbody Hoist .
attorney' or Immediately home that is being completely -
be entered against 12 REALTY it.r i
thereat'. >. otherwise. Length Foot with ,
a COUNTRY CLUB like new 3 BR 2 Both Fan Room restored. Call us A '

demanded you for in the the relief com Default will be entered 4"Width Cross 95 sills Inches 12" fireplace cent .heat/air w/w carpet closed garage, for the details. 211 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone, Phone 964-770O ..n:.t::.$;

plaint, or petition. demanded against you for the.. relief Centerstructural on $17,000 equity & assume. (50.000 mortgage at 13%, total Office Space For Rent 393 N. Temple; Avenue ;'l':
in the
WITNESS my hand and lion c"'annellangsills" price $61,000.'WALK OWNER MUST SELL
the seal of this Court on WITNESS 3/16"* Gauge Smooth' This 4 bedroom 1% bath EIGHT ACRES Close to Stork., Nice building site.MAKE IN CITY ,,;.
May 12. 1981.Gilbert the. seal of my this hand Court and Steel floor TO TOWN/bonh/post office/church bedroom, home has been drastically OFFER. 3.BR concrete blk. house, 1 .-::

S. Brown As this" 8th' day of May on 42" High 10 Gauge. I bath block home-central heat/air. sop. dining room I reduced to 3700. This both else extra apartment bt. r rwith.

Clerk of the. Court. By: 1981.) Front Bulkhead with Cab fans room $2tfOO (Existing 1st mortgage appro home has approximately GOOD BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Hwy 301 Thrivingoperation. .b"h. for ,additional Hil':'"

Faye' Whilehead. as Gilbert S. Brown, Window covered with $11.500 @BVi%). 2,14 square feet of $75,000 down. .' living 6reo or could b.oent.J.'Can ..,,r:l

Deputy Clerk./ Clerk' of the Court. By: expanded metal heated space.ORANGE be bought fun .," ':
5/14 4tchg64.N Marian McRa., as Deputy 14" High 10 Gauge ':3 ACRES |lust out of city limit Zoned for home or 4 PULLET CHICKEN HOUSES Nice country home. 25 nlih.ec! or unfurnished. !c.:

Clerk. Contractors Sides Welded mobile home S7.0OO. STREET ACRES with nice pecpn trees and Improved pollute, -'''*1.,
CIRCUIT 5/14 41chg 64.NOTICE. solid with 5 Braces What a nice lot to build Owner Financing, 20 ACRES. HAMPTON -,: 1t:
< THE per side. 'MINT CONDITION Irulde and out on almost 1 acre In that new dream home on 40 AREA 'L's"!

COURT. CIRCUIT EIGHTH OF Twin cylinder out. town-3 BR 2 full baths Block home LR Fam.Km.. Cent. S4. 00. LARGE FRAME HOME good condition ZONED BP Cleared mostly planted In rtt.,
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR board mounted underbody Heat/air Almost new stove Rel. t dishwasher Could be used as a Duplex with good Income. Room for hay, grass.' ..:Iol
hoist. 16
BRADFORD COUNTY. two more units. J.t ld
OF capacity at 50 degree j ..,* aero'of farm land. 30 ACRES i-loM
CIVIL ACTION INTENTIONTO dumping. angle on 84"C.A. .Ne..'2 BR From. Co. Lot Screened-ln front porch SI7.BOO. HWY :301) North. 20.5 acre with large Country Home. Improved With stream thru prop.rty .).toS.

Case No. 81131. REGISTER Installed on chasis, Including closed In back porch. 22500. posture' ond good timber $770.00 p.r acre.: m.otf

In re': The Marriage of FICTITIOUS PTO. mudflops.lights LOOK HERS
LAWRENCE H. NOTMAN. NAME and reflector to 'J'/. acre '. $5.000, *S Acres $ .000 Termi. This 3 bedroom., 2 bath LAKE GENEVA ESTATES 2 beautiful large lots with nice $5 ACRES BROOKER AREA -.1'1.:1:

Husbond. and FRANCES FMUSS SPECIFICATIONS. .$5 concrete black home has a view ol the lake. Call J.R. Kelly j for details! f'.. j

KAY BELLAMY NOTMAN. Pursuant to Section PAINTED DARK BLUE. SR230S > SVi, acre fine strand, of harvestable timber nice yard. (37.000 ':''''1:1

Wife. 865.09 Florida Statutes BLACK. ? ''--,,_ -jr f lot **!MI.l.''on 522500. '. 221. ACRES with very nice 4 BR. 2$. STUCCO home GOOD LOCATION ......11 J
NOTICE notice Is hereby given ," "\ -.e fj .1" LIf : ', NICE NEIGHBORHOOD Screened porch courtyard and patio. 12 acres of good lai"3. ... ,' rCJ
' OF SUIT- that the undersigned, BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED 'Approx.'itO acre 115301':goes to' Railroad Wooded Come with this 3 Room 2 bath home.

:. NO PROPERTY LAMAR I BARBARA UNTIL 5.00 P.M. JUNE 10. $3.000 p.r A. with terms bedroom I bath home SIX ACRES with older frame house" Lawt., area., crooned patio. Call for an

TO: LAWRENCE H. NOT. DUDLEY. ..1755. Starke North FL 1981 at Lake Butler City $3)),500', !''PP.o!!!!.!!!!!!._ .. _
4 Drive, Temple A. AcresW $24.000'with
Chapman .
125 East Main ,10 Wooded pine* $22.000 and S.
Hall. B ACRES with M.H. and bullt-an. Only' $23,300.:
Park 32091) joint owners doing liUJ1.- i iIn I
Lexington ,
business und.r the Street. Please label 'tVft151; 'r' .' 2 HOMES 3 c
Maryland YOU ARE HEREBY firm name of DUDLEY'S (SEALED BID ENCLOSED) \ '- Live ..In 'one;! end.,use the ClOSI SCHOOLS. 351. I I'/ bath. Nice concrete block city.ugiI

NOtIFIED thai On action WESTERN DUDS. 1755 ,\ 'tAtrd, .bllof HinI L >'SJ.OOO. r other 01 a''.mlel.'Supple home with ItQ pit and deck.Apartments. 'LOi11 'rl

for Dissolution of marriage North Temple Ave., THE CITY RESERVES. ? II aj ......, .J..l1....$, .._ mont;lh.,'mortgage pay MidMJjQ&L! _.
has been filed Starke FL 32091 intend THE RIGHT TO REJECT WE HAVE OTHER-LISTINGS-CALL US FOR All YOUR REAL ", .nt.. Both" home" for For Rent >.n I .AnjfJe,4.p ar" ''tl.b, ::;

against you Lawrence H. to register said I fictitious ANY AND ALL PARTS OR Ii I STTIjEOS4' 1 kw; l '.500.... Properly Management; Services II ', 'nll 9,"?,';11 (KfrW'f :i4
FORMALITIES IN .ANY. j ; '.cAU4J'At$4.S7S. :: ; .. ANYTIME DAY OR NIGHT 11.A'F'TI ,'r. I .
Nolman and you are required name under the provisions '' ":? .!f, '!'fI}, 't ltt .II')')" .' 'sJ'trif
to serve a copy of of aforesaid BID. .t..d..1 --.j wooii R HOURS I ILjTartc. ferry A. Oeir...-71H,.. Appraisal d i I "JIr IfI'(" I, '1'1((. *1 ':1!ii
your written defense. If statute. I Kay C:'Waters-.o4-4f4l Susan M. '..ulk".r-IIAL TOA.64.5065 .? "" ': JI!,". all ,. ; '
any' to it. on the plain Dated this 14th Way of CITY JACKIE CLERK JOHNS 'j J 1 I Iroker/\af..malll, .$ar 11] N.v).Ward ElUen Stanley, -473-3045: Irene &. Faulkner.REAITOR-ASSOCIATC-144-9142 yjy .M'.p r ,1 ;issiw

tiffs, attorney whose May. A.D. 1981) In Bradford Broker/Salesman Patsy "'.wso.-64.6927 Lucille SpryfROKER SALESMAN-44-1429. ill. Phone 954.5&.. "u '' 1
name and address Is Florida. 5/71) 4tpd Office Manager $547454 Corner of U.S. 301 South Sandra W. Reddish SAUSMAN-431.12OJ I... Kelly. Associate '

Dudley P. Hardy.' Esquire 6/11. 2tchg 5-286'4. I V44-S3IB and Edward.( Road -James 1. Reddish, SAIESMAN-431-I203 Lynn Davis. AssociatePage
Pierce < Hardy.

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BDS Coaches Ar Panicking ,A' r 1)) pcss: i;h )t'otbti h ., e;

The twin losses 4 f -
last week's for Bradford Highin ... wer t. lngs that could be corrected: dedicated t Slough to come down here tell them that they're better than*
Spring Jamboree irf.V, .l\fiPiJ ., theyi as much as the kids this Spring. We ..TO) but the rest of the passing game
"We'vegot "
a lot of pork In in thetflmmcr to the added i
Palatka only get sizcrspeed4'and : thitlktheyare. still) have'a .
confirmed BHS' of
Troftl t ofts but I things we havcnf(, we covered pretty well Larry Long
coaches already knewthat their adjustments," Sexton\Io'e can make the' strength they need. If not ; On The positive side of the jamboree sho""I'et" : things we just didn't gellli! dirj a good job both limes they threw
Tornadoes are young, small fend continued; size they at least/ need to get that add- Hurse praised the work of 9th grade during the Spring or didn't want 'to, -to his side.
without a wealth of top-notch athle *$ ?'I401ne stressing .optimistic "We've got ed strength'to get to a level to com signal-caller Richie Fender and said show. We threw the ball to see if \Ie "If we pick back up where we left
things build '
That sounds like a ticket for a losing to learn we can from on. We'll) pete. "I said I still think we'regonna have a could. It's an exciting type of ball oft in the Fall we'll be in good shape"
in the Fall but regroup our mistakes, "You don't have to wait until the -pretty good offensive football team. We'll it
season those I in, and from put up 20 or 30 times a gailit'and I Hartley concluded
coaching profession < ship that easil] ..Just fcs 'they sa} same paints the have. If they're a dedicated groupthey'll and if the receivers come down in the ball." said his small but mostly experiencedgroup
picture: at this juncture the be down here in the Summer. Summer we'll start off the "
isn't oh
game won until it's over so are Tornadoes plus Secondary Coach Mike Hartley was l had a "prcttj good spring
defeats not put in the book until time work are at best, with If not they'll wait until August 1st.to side one who, had few gripes about his "We've got four starters back
they be winners:
expires. Like most come down here and get in shape. The veteran coach is genuinely excited crew's '
good Coaches the "This is Spring performances. (nand) Luke Bruce Kehberg,
what I told the HuVhtsaid
Tornado grid instructors stand by the kids. "We think we have the potential to about the multiple-set offense "Overall I think they did a decent Charley Brown, and Billy Shannon)
belief that they can somehow mold a themselves Tuesday.that"The> could see for have a winning year and the kids feel he's putting in, smiling as he job" he said of the secondary's work and Steven Spell, a 9th grader came
smallish, unimpressive group': into a physically we don'tcompare like they're" better than they'veshown discusses it and goes over hours upon in the jamboree where the oppositioncompletedJ'ustl along pretty well this Spring" Faulk
buzzaw of a team that dishes out anybody we play So Hurse continued. "I agree hours of college films. "This offenseis' of 6 passes "We had noted He too stressed improvement
Consequently whether we have a win- with them It's that the kids have beautiful "
good he bubbled
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on and executes ning near go.illine "We've just still got a lot of work to
an offense masterfully year depends on whether the1 c that attitude rather than me have to "We learned a lot about it, I learned ton Palatka's!' swing pa"s for II do"

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That Tactic Worked for Starke's Bill Adams, : :

I L1.4r
i I by Buddy Colllngs played sports all my life and-this one another shot Only a handful, Adams' line of work besides pro golf hopeful. :
BCT Sport Editor Isn't like any other. It's not like you'rea figures the top 18 at most, will receivethe Then something happenedthe enjoy :
f pitcher: and you go out there and invitations to join the Trevinos ment came back. .
I Starke's.Bill Adams has come to the have .a bad day, but your shortstop and Nicklaus' on golf's televised tour.
realization that golf the sport he's picks you up with a good play or a guy For Adams it's the third shot at a Na- "I think I got over the stale period," :

r a.ru loved and excelled in since his early hits a home run to win it for you. This tional Qualying tournament he figured "You can \play too many
k.J1t. years can be a fickle master. durn game will humble you quick I tournaments and practice too much. I ,
.Ir r. I know that." "You just have to go out there and hadn't played a tournament in six:, .
a Such are the demands of the game And now that he better understandsthe play the best you can, tee it up and put months when I went out to New '
that a couple of mistakes can balloon frustrations that the scores on the board," Adams saidas Orleans I didn't seem to feel as much
strangle a golfer
(IVIrif : ,f' the score of a pro into the ranks of an "
.,. In a slump the personable Adams, a he looked ahead to his third try at pressure. Now he ranks the decisionto
amateur. One bad shot and Lee the PGA's "school". His attitude was
with his
1969 Bradford quit right up going to
t High grad, U. of
Trevino is rolling up his pants leg to
and not always so carefree. Miami-based golf instructor Bob
Georgia alum winner of
venture into water hazard
a Even
Jack Nicklaus is human when his numerous Starke club and area golf Three years ago he was ninth at the Toski to fine-tune his game" as "the
shoes are buried in a sand trap. tournaments might be playing the Southeast Region Quahfyer but failed best moves I ever made.
4y f best golf of his life. Four weeks in to make the cut at the 72-hole National
n kJ I ; 1' I.lrtr I. Superb shot-making goes down the ago ) Asked what made him head to New
a PGA Regional Qualifier, golfs test "That was one of the things that
,J.d' i drain when the dimpled ball rolls inches Orleans after nearly calling it quits
version of the minor leagues, Adams bothered me a lot, he remembered.
wide of the cup or lips but Adams smiled, and answered: "Well,
refuses to fall. A pro golf motto goes finished fourth in a field of some 150 "That really sapped my confidence." I was hitting the ball good, and it got
like this: 'You drive for show putt for golfers. He shot 70-72-73-69-284 Bothering him too was the life of a better and better...."
Translation (four-under-par) and called his mini-tour golfer. He was traveling to
: no matter how
II I wj, short and sweet your 350 yard tourney "the best four-round tournament central Florida virtually every Now the game's back in his blood,
approach -
to the green is if you can't find I've ever had ball-striking weekend to take part in the though it probably never left "It's
the hole on a couple of tries with the wise." That performance qualifiedthe Coast Mini-Tour with other gofers hard for me to quit this game,"
putter you're likely losing ground on Starke native for PGA's who had pro aspirations. The money Adams admitted with a laugh "I
4 1 r I (Professional Golf Association) Na- "was just enough to get to the next could choose another profession I
par.And tional Qualifying School at the Disney week" Some on the mini-tour are not don't have to do this. But this is a'
wher a golfer is struggling with game you just don't know when to
his stroke.. oooeee pad the quit. You don't have a coach or
posturepedic 'cuz: there's going to be Adams on his try for a PGA tour card: "You just anybody else telling you to hang it

;..' some tossing and turning tonight.As have to out there and the best up."
critics might offer "it sure ain't go play you can, tee

.. '.. yr '4.. fcfotball." But if the critics stepped it up and put the scores on the board." He hopes to keep his new-found
out on the course and tried to whack relaxed attitude into the PGA

that little white ball on a straight line qualifier.. "I'm just going to go down

,I, .. ... they'd no doubt find it a sight more World Palm Course in Orlando, June that lucky there, hit the ball, and go find it Put
frustrating. 1013.( "It was kinda like you read about the numbers on the board and if it's
.' All that is common knowledge to minor league baseball... it gets old good enough/ great.
1' Bill Adams now. And you know what, The "School", as the PGA has after awhile" Adams "I'd
labeled it is sighed "If I down there and hit the ball
it's made him a better golfer he no classroom you go
;i.........' says consider it the school of hard knocks.It just about decided to hang it up. I was like I did in New Orleans I'll make it.
"You just never know about this is a ISO-man tournament that tired of the travel, and you're not But I just don't know if I've got four

game one day you've got it the next decides what new men will get PGA"cards" guaranteed any money by anybody. I more rounds like that in me, you just
,# ......".. .. ." ... day don't" Adams said alter playinga to go on pro golf's tour for just didn't see the improvment I don't know. Looking at it realisticallywhen

._ 'L.. ."-ii\1.;_ ,'.. .u' ,.A.. '" .. .. .. _......,..._..,,,... ,,:,._..',', _,, round at Starke Golf& Country Club next season. In the field will be hot- in wanted It." to see. I didn't see any future there's 150 guys out there your
last week. That's a fact he's resigned shot graduates of collegiate golf factories chances of being one of 13 (at the top)

Looking for Birdies... Not the Feathered Kind himself to. He can smile about it and old faces who have tried He look a layoff, playing little golf just aren't that good."

Starke's Bill Adams watches the night of the ball after stroking an iron on the be comfortable knowing that he just before, even players who have playedthe through the Fall and into January and That may sound like a lack of confidence -
Starke Golf & Country Club practice range. doesn't know what's going to happen."I tour before but fell under the prize February He was looking into other but maybe it's just Bill
After one well-played shot he remarked "that's the way I'll have to hit the ball used to get all uptight about it but winnings requirement to stay and are things as an occupation! For the first Adams' way of saying life will go on if
all the time down there fat( the PGA National Qualifying School)." I'm about through fighting it. I've trying to win their way back for time seriously contemplating another he doesn't make the pro golf tour.


I Can a Donkey Play Shortstop ? HavingA ( : .

Softball isn't the easiest game in the Players signed up to ride aroundthe seat he also surrenders his grip on the BallThat's '... Y yMr

world to play on two feet, but how bases for the Starke city team include reins. 2)) The batter hits the ball and

about on six& city cuncilmanJimmy) Crosby, then must mount his donkey and take what the county's elementary '

When Starke Men's Open League police chief Jimmy Bowen, Recrea off for first base. 3) Fielders must be schoolers did Friday morning as t I .... .,.. .. .

leader Hayes Builders & Electric tion Board member and umpire mounted when the ball is pitched but Brooker Elementary hosted the Coun- :!:''.''.. ,.,.i. -rt, t!wir" M'R; ra*, .- 1.,,, I
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plays a team of civic leaders and James Fender, local businessmen can then dismount and chase the ballas 3 'III
ty softball day. #" ,,_
businessmen from Starke in a Harold Bishop, Ralph Bryan, and long as they drag their donkey with Teams from Starke. Law ley, and r
Donke>ball Softball game Saturday Steve Simmons and Dixie Youth them. They must then remount their Hampton came down for the 17 team '
night June 13, each player will have baseball coaches AI Coston) Jim animal partner before throwing the tour name it .' :

the use of six feethis own two and Womack and Larry Noegel. The ball, 4)) The pitcher and catcher are In the action pictured above right :" I '' r .- '
four owned by a donkey. As you might team still needs other members and the only fielders not on mounts but Lamar' Barnes of'Brooker takes his .'..fr's'I.I. rf
tales from interested in their luck field balls from circle ,.. .
expect past donkey-riding anyone trying they, can only a best cut Below left Tammy giddes of vt "
Softball affairs are hilarious. at chasing a softball with a stubborn which will be chalked onto the field. -.1. ,
Lawtey makes a play at second base
Proceeds from the game, set for 7 mule heading in the other directioncan Both can chase overthrows down but against Hampton. And below right .. .
pm. on the 13th at Westside Field, call the Recreation Dept., they must return to their respective Harry Chandler, left of Starke
will go towards the Starkettes 13-15 9646792. circles before throwing the ball. 5) Elementary reaches first base safelyas -' .

year old girls Softball program. Ad- The runner not the donkey, must be Lawtey's Robert Wilkison tries to .:.1- ,' ,
vance tickets will be sold by the girls Some of the rules of) this special tagged out (presumably the Recrea- get a handle on the ball. 4 :." .
team and are also available at the breed of softball: 1) If a baserunner tion Department wouldn't want an
The scores of the were: 4th &
I Kec Dept. for$1 50 for children under falls of his mount three times he's out, overanxious fielder enraging one of 5th 117- Brooker -
grade groupStarke .
14 and $2 for adults.Tickets at the and he's also out if while losing his the donkeys). /' ,
16; Starke II Lawtey 13; Starke II ... ....
-Ia"te)! 113; Starke II !>-Brooker II -
I; Lawtey 117 -Starke 10 I ; l.a"te11 It

I Kingsley Goes to 9-0; Methodist Vaults to 3rd I -110 Brooker; Lawtey II IU I ; l.awlej- Brookt'r 1 17 15-:Biooker awtey .

II 7 Starke I0; Lawtey II It. Biooker ,31 '
III ; Brooker II 5. Starke 12; Lawtey
Kingsley Lake Baptist stretched its Men's Church of God. 1 6 .Starke l.t: ; Biooker 11& Starke 1
record to 9-0 with two last week
wins Pine Level 28 Jr. Stars 13 0; and Lawtey II Brooker 10.' r ,' '
and First Methodist continued a six- Jr. Stars in .t.ytr F'll .4e 1 %-r
the ;
A six-run rally by 7th grade group- IanteyI0Ilanipton
game winning streak with two vic- the third tied the game 6-6 but Pine 6; Lawtey 12 Hampton 0,
tories to climb into virtual tie for
a second -
back with
Level roared an 11-run 6th grade groupBrooker 12 ,
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28 fourth and went on to an easy win to Hampton 0; Ia\\tey :5 Brooker ;(; .1. 4r' ,
Hope Baptist won its only game of Kingsley 19- St. Markj/Eplsc. 5 halt a five-game losing streak Lawtey 5. Hampton 2.
last week to to 6-2 but Methodist is
go Leading Kinsgley Lake Baptist's Greg Alvarez was 4-for-6, Doug Brooker Elementary; I...:. Co.ith
now just percentage points behind 21-hit attack in the victory were: Cur- Mains 3-4 with a triple and double, Hick K/iell called the day "a brief! en
with 8.3 mark, Church of God
an tis Crawford 3-for-4 with a homer and Richard Crane tripled, and Lloyd counter... a day for meeting people
which second until beaten
was in by double, Dwayne Hardee 3-3, Roger Allen doubled for the winners. and idling( fun." I.t
Methodist 6-3 last Thursday, slippedto Bennett 2.5 with a HR, Billy McRae Randy Alvarez was 3-4 and Randy .. -- ------- vw
fourth with a 7.3 record but has
2-4 with a double. Coolidge Gassett 2-5 Wheeler 2.2 for the Jr. Stars. bt
chance to tie Methodist with
a win
with a triple and 4 runs scored, and thru Tu. W-l .
against Brooker tonight, Thursday, Standing
Dennis Crawford with double.
2.5 a Lok. .0Hop.lap"lt
June. Klngilvy Koptttt -
For St. Jeff
62Fin' t''tA 1
June I Belcher was 34. Lonnie Zurfluh 2-4 Mvthodlt ,-3 j s 4y
Methodist 4 Pine I.etel 3 with a double, and Danny Nugent and
Church of God 7-3
Nelson Green doubled Terry Mun- Keith Gillingham 1-1.
dorff home in the sixth to break a 3.3 Calvary BaptUI S-4
deadlock and give 1st Methodist its Hope 18 Brooker 7 Madllon St. Baptllt 4-5
win over Pine Level Baptist. Ron Strickland was for-5 with a Brook Boptlil 3-<
Ricky Johns was 2-for.2. Doug Red triple, Steve Henkle 2.4 with a home Pin.l.v.l' loptll'I
dish tripled, Ricky Johns doubled, run, Duane Searle 4-6, and Dan Dodd Jr. Stan I.'
and Jay Eaves and Pat Mundorfffwere 3-5 as Hope Baptist held on to second S.. Mark./Pr.lbyi.rlan I.'

both 2-3 for the winners. with a 16-7 win over Brooker Eddie
Richard Crane was 3.3 for Pine Buddy Bullard was 2-3 and M 1 + i
Level. Lewis doubled for the losers. Schedule Changes: r'r' I

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blasts in Kingsley Lake Baptist's 6-3 win that vaulted Methodist past Calvary. Brooker -were cancelled ,., ,..-_. ,... ...
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| BCT Staff Writer
,had! been on,drugs, starting, at the age of 10.
(Editor'. tef',Tell' years or this'writer's life was pent as a Special'iWvestigalor ; I ,
= for the United states Government. Three of those years were as an"undercover t I. *
:E narcotics"' agent. Parts of this story are net very attractive and I; FIGHTING;.THE COPS
-the reader shanld< t-ke note that areas may cause some to become emotionally
:=upset or Ilt.f j< Fighting the cops and trying to outsmart the agents are all part of the drug
= Many stories have been written on undercover agents. The purpose of this operation.For every 10 ways agents find to stop drug usage there will be 25 new
:::story Is to put across some of the real lire facts as seen. It Is from actual l ex- 'ways Invented to keep from being caught.
:=perlence. this story can change the life elitist one person away from drugs, It There seems to be no limit that some will go. While working with the Los
_wlll have produced the desired erred) Angeles Police Department it was often seen that heroin users would put heroin
in balloons.This was tied on a string and attached to their lower teeth.The strIng -
holding the balloon filled heroin was then swallowed. Whenever the user
= Undercover police officers have no special: look-they are not 10 feet tall,very wanted the heroin it was simply pulled out and used.
few act or walk like John Wayne and they seldom show that Clint Eastwood ap-.
This act was also called a safe guard from being arrested for possession of
pearance.:: drugs. If an arrest was made the user swallowed the balloons and there was no
= Due to the nature of the work very few narcotics agents wear uniforms.Some evidence.
"wear suits while others look like something that fell out of a trash can. r
E: Most undercover agents are specially trained. Some rookie police officers Later on the user would take a massive dosage of a laxative and he would 'O -
3are used, for a short time, by drug agents because they are young looking and soon have his drugs back. Some users would not bother to even wash them off L 1.
mot: known on the streets. before swallowing them again.
= Agents understand three familiar types of peopleThe good the bad, and the There have been times when the balloons burst and the person died on the
weal bad. spot.For
The good obey the law. The bad are those that break the law away from the every drug dealer put in jail it is estimated that 10 will take his place.Just the human body.
drug area. The real bad are those that kill, rape and will do anything to pur- how many drug dealers there are is not known and most law enforcement of- LSD users jump from buildings, cut their arms and pull their eyes out-
Schase: or sell drugs. ficers agree they will never know all of them. humans so confused that the normal seems the end of the earth.
Drug operations are big money.The loss of life and the amount of people killed Small children hooked on drugs so bad that a 8-year-old kills her mother for
: from drug related operations will cause nightmares. The hard fact is that drug operations can out-man and out-spend any law en- money. Murder, rape and death so horrible it gives one sleepless nights.
=: While on a case with the U.S. Customs Department at the California-Mexico. forcement agency in the world. Drug operations and their profits are listed at You can see a healthy youg man or girl drop from 135 pounds to 45 pounds in
>order, another agent and I observed a classic case in drug smuggling. $50 billion, and that is the profits, not the money spent fighting the cops. less than two months. You can see them die from lack of food because all they
eat are the drugs. Drug users so infected with sores their bones are showing
| THE YOUNG GIRL HOW FAR THEY GO through the skin.
On one arrest a 37-year-old man could not be hand cuffedhis skin was fallingoff
Walking from the Mexican side of the border toward the U.S. side was a very How far drug users will go to use drugs and the extent they go to abuse their and two thin for the cuffs to fit around his wrist.
::attractive young girl. The agent and I observed the girl limping.The young girl lives is un-real.
was asked if she was okay. It was explained that she had twisted her foot on a The average citizen will never see the massive deaths and the total waste of THE END EFFECTSEffect
=:rock. but that she would be all right.., human life from drugs.
E: As the girl turned away she walked into a post next to the sidewalk. With this, on the drug user is usually death. The effect on the parents and loved
blood poured down her right leg. The sidewalk was covered with blood. Very few will see a mother cry over her 9-year-old son when whose brains ex- ones brings about a sorrow that cannot be explained.
Er This attractive young girl, 17 years old, had taken a knife,cut the back of her ploded in her arms from a drug overdose. It is a sight one never forgets seeing After 10 years this writer saw the worst society had to offer. After ten years I
-,leg open, packed it full of pure heroin in small plastic bags, sewed the leg flesh this mother holding nothing but blood and asking how could this happen to her realized that all the law enforcement in the world would never stop the overall
together with a standard needle and thread, wrapped the leg in toilet tissue and son. problem. We are lucky to have law enforcement people that will stick with the
:proceeded;: to smuggle the drugs out of Mexico. drug fights. It will in no way stop the drugs but it surely will slow it down.
End result:" she was arrested. Two hours after being released on a $10,000 Veteran heroin users have so many needle marks they use behind their eye- With this story( of true events maybe, just maybe, one life may be saved. It is
bond she was found shot three times in the head. lids to stick the needle, under their toe-nails, in their ears and in any place on not a pretty story, but it is as real as life !itself.
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BOotlegging Cigarettes in Florida Big Business..State Created Problemby I

for new services and the onerous reproducing quirement of finding new tax moneyto at the highest rate In the nation, ing another $43-86 million in new The findings of all reports have an
Carl Tilley' productsbootleg cigaret pay for the new services, organized crime suddenly found profits money each year for the state's ironic twist to the crime problem.
: BCT Staff Writer legislators took an easy way out. In from bootlegging. treasury. Taking profits from organized crimeto
tes.The legislation could accomplishthis essence, they greatly increased tax According to the Federal Govern Biggest drawback could be that it's finance a renewed war on organized -
: Florida's lawmakers are busily very easily because legislative rates cigarettes even though tobacco ment, some $43 million last year was too simple a solution in a time when crime. It could well be the first
-drawing up a state spending plan action created the atmosphere in is a valuable, crop in Florida.In lost by the state of Florida from complexity appears to be a requirement time in our history that crime has
which would pump$101 million in new which cigarette bootlegging could two tax increases, the legislature bootleg cigarettes. for legislative acceptance. paid to fight crime.THE .
monies Into .a statewide effort to in- thrive. raised the taxes on cigarettes to 17 Federal, state and local law en-
tensify Florida's war on crime. cents per pack, plus sales tax, then to forcement officials are in agreementto
Ironically;much of that new money Back in the days when Florida's 21 cents per pack plus sales tax in a 15 cents per pack, or less,
needed to fight 'crime could cigarette tax rate was competitivewith cigarette tax rate in the state of
materialize 'if legislators were to those of adjoining states, on the heels of the first tax increase Florida;This they say, would dry up
enact one simple bill. That act would cigarette bootlegging was unknown in, cigarette bootlegging was bootleg cigarettes in the sunshine
remove from.illegal'''circulation.one Florila! Duripgthe decade whenlawmakers born.. Following the second Jump ,states. '. ,
of "organizedCrimes'- UllTTevenue- were faced with demands which taxed cigarettes sold in Florida -f.Such, a legislative act would also br-_ t

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Fresh Water Fish Commission came learning the seasonality of the fish. SUNDAY SHRIMP FEAST .10 fried shrimp ,,--'-" a-- ''.._-- &:
with Fishing is hottest when the weather is ..."
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striped bass and the result is a sun- November in the northern part and $309 +4 .HuahpuppiesSUNDAY

shine bass, a fiesty, fast-growing fish stretching into March and April". < A r ,' 2-
that has everyone smiling, biologistsand When the peak season hits, ,
anglers alike. fishermen watch for signs of school- SPECIAL
The sunshine bass saga began ing fish feeding on small bait fish or EITHER DINNE! Earn Your High School] Diploma

almost ten years ago, in 1972, at theCommission's shad. Trolling is also an effective '3.09 .
Richloam Hatchery, method of locating sunshines when a The GED Test '
surface feeding is slow. Tr By Taking
recalled one of the fisheries biologistswho .18 chilled boiled
developed: the cross, Forrest Some of the lures sunshines seem to taken at the BradfordUnionArea i
Ware, now chief of fisheries research. prefer are diving minnows, jigs, shrimp Applications are being
The Commission had been stocking small spinner baits or flashy spoons. .Slaw .Fries Center. The Dealine is
, Florida waters with striped bass, a Small, light (one-eighth to three .Hushpupples.Cocktail Vocational-Technical
, eighths ounce), white or silver colored )
popular salt-water fish with legendary for information.
sauce Call 964-6150
fighting ability and an effective the lures are best retrieved fast .. June 15, 1981. 0(
shad. Success with the with a jerky motion. "'
has: Scheduled aTS
Each Chipper Are :
Since sunshines are found Examinations
pure striper, however had been MONDAY & 2 CHIPPERS
limited, Ware said, so the idea of throughout the State, fishermen in the .2 Fish fillets
crossing the striper with another different areas have come up with TUESDAYONLY $3 99 .Fries .Saw June 22nd and 23rd June 24th and 25th 'f.4

species or "hybridizing" developed. local favorite lures for the fish. For .Hushptipplea 1:00: P.M. 6:30P.M.
Using white bass from the example those anglers frequentingLake
Apalachicola River and stripers from Osborne in Palm Beach County D's. 3:00: P.M. 8:15 P.M.
have discovered the fish Captain
Lake a new fish was spawned prefer P.M. June 6th
and dubbed the sunshine. packaged salt-water bait shrimp The U hamburgers 6:30:
Shaped like a largemouth bass but shrimp are hooked and rigged with 12 seafood 8:15: P.M. 9:30 A.M.
with a smaller mouth, the new fish to 18 inches of monofilament line \ ...lUutymilUult!
gets its silvery tinge and its black preceded by a swivel and sliding lead < \ Cost of GED Test is $14.50
lateral lines from its parents, but sinker. The lead weight rests on the Highway 301 South Starke
unlike them, its six to eight lines are lake bottom and water action pushesthe
broken. shrimp in a bouncing action off

Effective on shad, feistier than a the bottom.
largemouth and good to eat, the sun Local fishermen have learned that 1 NEW rdJlEAGLEllIII1
shine grows to a catchable size faster. most sunshines are caught while troll LOW
With a year, it can reach one pound, ing with small spinners or drift 97 I I PRICES!
be two to three pounds the second fishing with live minnows. The minnow

year and over five pounds by the timeit should be fished about 4 feet deep sale Thursday, Friday, JM Saturday ;
reaches three.Sunshines in area lakes. on 1O
do not reproduce so they When the peak season is in full sw- 6PRJNTS 99
must be stocked 'annually. So far, ing, it is not difficult to reach the limit national I
some 20 million fingerlings have been of six sunshines. And a boat isn't A Regular St 32 Value for only MMI :
always Anglers along the e FROM COLOR NEGATIVES ONLY 1
reared in the hatcheries and then necessary. d FILM SIZES ttM26135mm.( .
transplanted in major lakes and Apalachicola River find one helpful COUPON_MUST_ACCOMPANY QBOtR
when the delta but it's
rivers across the State. fishing area
Some of the more than 180,000 acres bank fishing that's popular at Lake brand
L Wle Ile.r.ew P P 0,
Osborne. Those who go after sun-
of public waters receiving the hybridin ta..e d leak.k
this area include Ocean Pond, shines at Lakeland's Lake Parker

Sampson, Rowell, Butler, Lowery, j lust line up along the pier and drop aine. r

Geneva, Kingsley, Crystal Magnolia 10.00! -
and Crosby Lakes.Also, Cherry Bed Because of the fish's fondness for Save energy! Save up to DACAON I :

ford, Palestine, Hanna Park, Water- certain lures, speck and bass PotE51E(
town, Santa Fe and Newnans Lake. fishermen occasionally snag one. LEn
"And we are planning a massive When they do, the fight is on. Aop4tA i FIRST QUALITY! '
stocking effort in the St. Johns River Although sunshines do not jump, they Nt MEN'S LEVI'S BLUE j jLI 1'
with more than a half million fish set are capable of powerful, diving -
for release," Ware added. lunges expected of fish twice their J DENIM JEANS! '
But it wouldn't have done the Commission size.No 1 I } pos.og /
much gOTO if sdnShinf TfesS" one knows yet just how big sun- I
couldn't be caught fiShLVPfiA_ Sop' shines will grow. The State. angling. + F y SCILLATING { { fu a :1laly
prior to the project record is 14 pounds, one ounce from. 9 vt Ski rR {NE WAS (4 -
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} standards in ."Mos4Nf .
Custom orders were market ,\tJ\J.9?
BCT Staff WriterThe 40'sand public a, quality: ; : \
'i most meat markets as late as the meat .competitive' .{pf/tes/ ,
t meats to thecustomer's grade "o/l
cut all
50's custom
1',1 ; product is sold In a small store.It to says Jim. i ,if ,fl .. ,' d tf\\r .
order Than came the pre- : ,
from Iowa. wantedappears, to hay
all the What Jim
comes way
Residents of Bradford, Clay and cut wrapping in cellophane packagesand come true. Area residents) andout.PJ; :
i at the store. chain stores. Many meat markets flock to;his small, : market,
Union counties shop ,
I "....i-P.; .i. i iI ": Some people drive from Jacksonvilleand went to pre-cut meats. towners Restaurants i by his meats; for,; thtji i ie,

..,.., p. i as far away as Palatka for the "When we decided to open our store customers, ; .J'
; j item. we said we would always go for quality Carole was trained by her husbad'' 'A

.I :.: \ Clarke's Meat Market across the says Carole Clarke. This qualityis the proper cutting of;meats and Yj
beef on
all the
fact that tAj
reflected in the and
office the work ;"
street from the new post on she put it, love ""!
Commercial Circle in Keystone comes from Iowa. come in contact with eayl
people you
offers a new twist in meat "Some of the best beef in the world '.1
I ii t 6 from Iowa, and we want our day. $ .
A markets. comes Often the store is full of people ju ;,
1 iti Jim Clarke and his wife, Carole, customers to have the best, says in for some small talk or a cup of vyl

own this small market that opened its Jim.L.E. who fee. The store is clean and one has.Ji >
'" doors March 19. It is a husband and Chilson of Lake Geneva, look twice to make sure it is a meal
wife team effort. Both are trained, said he was a meat market owner market. IrM;
during the depression years,
meat cutters.If t :1:1:
professional that Jim and his wife put a lot of love hJ
you walk into the store expectingto "The success of the market
> : : : see a display case full of pre-cut in their work. been mainly from customers passi#&::
meats you will be at a disadvantage.There of the best beef I the news around," says Jim. ;,r:.,
.... are very few pre-cut meat "They have some lot husband and wife teaj
I items in this store. All the meat is have ever seen, and" I have seen Chilson.a have created yet another business 1 r
beef in time, says
;r custom cut for the customer. One of my to the the community that people are ta l :
i Jim Clarke is no stranger
0 simply walks in and orders the item about. f>"..
stand there business. He was a "meat super- ing
one wants. Then one can
.. and watch the item cut to order."I visor" for two large food chains. Jim Jerry Swainey of Middleburg su@-;;;+
love the beef at this store," says says he watched over a food chain med the matter up by saying, "r ur. ,.
! Lucizze Mizell of Keystone Heights."I that had some 23 stores. in this quality of meat I would drive 10(t :
feel I am getting my money's Jim started in the meat business for miles a week." This was said as tyj.
worth when I come in and order whatI 1963 and he said that after working Swainey walked out the door \\lJ.P'[ '
.. and watch it someone else it came a time that he round steak. :
I\\> -:- want and stand there around 25 pounds of J rltt; :
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start own
added. wanted to
photo by Carl Tilley being cut,
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I with Proposed Memorial to "VeteransThose 1\

Keystone Heights Jaycees Show Recognition "

unit were killed in action over there
befittingly near the Washington in July. would really like to seethe <
who died while fighting the in the war and is organizing the project died in the donation war. kicked off a great Monument and Lincoln Memorial Names and contributions may be he stated.enthusiasm generated at Aft
Vietnam for 11 years have and looking toward a $2,000 goal "That of Americans visit mailed to the Keystone Heights :
in and millions the peopldli
war club where
the among
in continue
been remembered in many ways by the Fourth of July deal of enthusiasm Jaycees, P.O. Box 824, KH, or for further meeting ''"',,,,
send in at least they all decided to have this project each year. information, phone Boe at our community.
like to
conflict ended. "We who died in the tl\lll.
that of all those from
since initiated in Clay County, with a Names The JC's will see no profit
The Keystone Heights Jaycees are $2,000 to the Vietnam Veterans well as those never accountedfor 4752395. will direH
definite goal in mind, said Boe. war, as endeavor. All proceeds go
in the process of adding their thanks Memorial Fund Inc. (VVMF) by the. The VVMF was formed in 1979 for will be displayed on the monu- Boe was wounded twice while serv- ly into a special account. Checks t1A\!,' :
and recognition to the dead and miss-in- fourth along with those as from many these names four as the specific purpose of erecting a per ment which is being funded. strictly by ing in the Vietnam war and was a survivor be made out to the Vietnam Vet. s 't
ing in action and are particularly possible manent national memorial to those private donations. "Twenty-two men out of my Memorial Fund \1:.
terested in those from Bradford, counties, Boe said. served in Vietnam, The memorial will make no mac
Clay, Putnam and Alachua Counties. At the last regular Jaycees meetingin Americans who those who their political statement whatsoever. Pro- .___ _..,. ...rl _... .. .III.r.. ......'_.
and particularly gave i i' 1 '
The local organization is the only Keystone, the group unanimouslyvoted jected completion date is Memorial
JC chapter in the state to date In- to get this project started and lives.It and Day 1982.
itiating a project of this type where see it through as a continuing effort. is a nonprofit existence. "We are asking for a $20 donation
will toward the construction As soon as Boe brought this projectto does not plan a perpetual '' Boe :' $2ff'J
proceeds go Once the monument has been built the from the people in our area, $200l rge $100Med.
of a national memorial in the JCs' attention at the meetingand will to exist. commented, "and would appreciate
Washington, D.C. to acknowledge the explained what it meant, a $100 organization The two acre plot of land in hearing from anyone who has a nameof .
who died in Viet donation was given immediately included
57,661 Americans D.C., set aside by the someone they know to be
honor of son of Ann and Washington.
Gary Cooper
nam. for construction is when we mail in our money
Project Chairman Bill Boe served Ken Cooper of Keystone Heights, who U.S. Congress With This Coupon Eat In or Carry Out

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name its first "Employee of the tion the way it is the employee of the the employee of the year award. for sale under the "Cameron Bay"; 964-6877 Open
Year" in late summer, offering the prefer a cash bonus which "We have nearly 200 employees, label in retail outlets across the umet '
year may 301 S. Starke Til 10 P.M.
winner a choice of a mini-vacation to would come to $750. and each and every one of them con- Per Fomlly
Disney World or a $750 cash bonus to tributes to the success of our com- United States.
be awarded to the lucky employee, "We are proud to recognize those
according to an announcement by JoeStepht'nson. The Lake Butler Apparel Company pany, says Stephenson. people who seem to really make' DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIALS I TINY J PIZZA" '- :

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Butler Apparel Company include awards day and company picnic. pany employees live in and near and hard work, says '2.25 $129 Anytime
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Just why'' in the\'W\ rld is the Weather Li ail (,it is ?

.1 about!! weather l News Service cooling of the earth. ,
Everyone argues the but no one can do anything about it. The Carbon dioxide creates what is called the"greenhouse1' effect which permitsthe 9 '1,11' 'itw '..
weather The Seems to be the top subject all across the nation. sun's rays \to pass through unimpeded but traps the heat on the earth's sur cr : ,nt .' :: "
crazy weather hU year Is explained!> and< Its causes argued over by national face. "
cJlmatoliglsts, National GeographIc News Service explains and the Scientists agree that the effect of Mount St. Helen's eruption was negligible.But .
results can be Informative. that the effect of all 10 volcaniq; eruptions that occured worldwide in 1980 \
"We have come to think of the extremely tranquil and benign climate of theaanassssa will be appreciable.With .Q w t I, r k
19508 and the 1960s as normal, but In fact that was all this In mind,most Climatologists believe it will, the hydrologic cycle tw
Murray Mitchell Jr.. climatologist at the National( would be accelerated and that will increase rainfall and evaporation.
Administration. Just what all this amounts to is a warmer climate and more abundant rainfall 1 I+ '
Mitchell went on to add that the weather we have been seeing since 1972, when that would lengthen growing seasons in the northern latitudes, such as Canada i f
the weather began going wild is normal historically the Soviet Union and Scandinavia. But other parts of the world, Including our
"Looking back over the past there have been much larger extremes" says own west and midwest, could end up with water shortages and drought.
Dr. 2SSL7lfnAdlretLr( of the Climate/Food Project of the Institute for En- What regional fluctuation in weather are on tap for the near future&:
at the University of Wisconsin. Next summer may see another drought in the Great Plains as severe as the
i Bryson stated that compared to the last 300 to 400 years, our weather is not summer of 1980. and it could be even more destructive in the Corn Belt.
unusual. "Compared to the last million years It Is actually mild," says Bryson. The West, too, may be drier than normal next summer, but the Ohio River
A new report from the Aspen Institute in Colorado states that many people Valley may have a wetter than usual spring.
&! n.wfather Is weird because it is different Climate has certain averages. The southern Plains should have good weather in June for harvesting the
*regionally!) Every year somewhere, a weather record is broken. winter wheat but sigmfically lower rainfall in Maynot good for filling out the .y ar 4kr.a e I Irh
I Scientists explain that the sun drives the weather machine and that the grain.
transparency 5u.the atmosphere plays a major role in how much energy The predictions have a 65 percent chance of being accurate says Dr. Reid > w t 1 ,. bl
i reaches the earth's surface.
Bryson of the U. of Wis.
As the heat supply changes the pattern of the atmospheric circulation varies. "Our predictions are based on physical: forces as far as we know them and the ;/
Thus; when atmospheric circulation changes the distribution of temperature thermodynamic effects of carbon dioxide and other particles in the atmosphere t .
the precipitation changes.What all this means is the weather gets all messed up which we link up with statistics, recorded : patterns, or how the at-
[ and we see strange and crazy weather. mosphere has responded to these physical forces in the past," Dr. Bryson ex
I For example, while January 1977 was the coldest month up to that time in the plains. "We may finally be getting a handle on long-range weather : ::'j\ '
Northeast it was the warmest January on record in Anchorage, Alaska. Both forecasting." ,', "
places experienced a dramatic weather change, but the earth's mean Bryson says the level of volcanic activity has "nearly doubled since 1950," --- ,
temperature remained fairly constant. and he believes "about 90 percent of climate variation in the Northern ,: Uy AnnaU' (fi,,,Mil'NaltunilGooyraplic ,oly'''-,
i The two most significant forces affecting the weather were dust particles Hemisphere can be explained by the variation in volcanism."
i thrown into the air by volcanic activity and the buildup of carbon dioxide from The NOAA's Dr. Mitchell disagrees, saying that only about 60 percent of the Not snow,but ash! touts this bus driver's window in Htlso:
[ the burning of fossil fuels. change in temperature or atmospheric heat supply is related to volcanism. Wash., following Mount St. Ilelcm' eruption List t Miiv:
Volcanic eruptions put a layer of particles into the upper atmosphere that Thus,scientists agree in general terms on what affects the weather but differon Climatologists say that increased volcanism contributes to
reflects some of the sun's energy back into space, contributing to a gradual the effect the elements involved will have on the weather. dramatic: weather flucluutions.

Reporting the Newsby

Carl Tilley Special on Radials
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{world. Some are Informative while tural durability boar. This is done year after year in Cleanings X-Rays s
I others are humrous. the same order.COLONIES P205-14 5288 2 52
MARIJUANA smuggled into the YEAR WITHOUT A SUMMER Flouride Treatments, Models P215-14 5588 2.fi2<
(United States from Jamaica sells for was when Indonesia's Tambora in the Caribbean have P215-15 50.88 2 79Fiberglass
|an estimated $1.1 billion a year, more erupted in 1815. The amount of air- known little of continumty. St. Lucia, o Silver or white fill P235-15 61.88 1,09()
J than all the island's other I
exports born ash from Tambora was 80 times for example changed hands betweenthe
i combined. greater that that of Mount St. Helens French: and the British 14 times.St. ings only 500.
THE ALDABRA TORTOISE and created enough of a cooling effectto Lucia is now independent. Air Condition
I whose habitat is limited to islands in cause the "year without a sum- All other proceduresat
(the Indian Ocean weighs more than mer" In 1816.LIECHTENSTEIN POLAND, is the world's fifth
R400" pounds. : has no natural largest dairy producer and the 11th 25% 50% savings. Inspection
may largest meat producer.
its income is
weigh as much as half a ton and among resources the yet highest in the world. Premiums as low as Belted $ 9 9 5
Inlands as tall as 8 feet on its hind legs horned
Unemployment, inflation crime and ROACH, the 3-inch long FET 4 l"n'on
Vhen fully grown, is as tiny as aguinea pollution are virtually unknown in Madagascar cockroach can emit $6.95 per month regardless A78x13 3088 1.76 --
at birth.iTHE .
pig this tiny country in the heart of the wheezes, rasps and hisses heard up to of present E78x14 34.88 2.21
:: EARTH'S TEMPERATURE Alps. 12 feet away by pumping air through Front EndAlignment
'Without/ the sun's warmth wouldEver modified breathing vents on its condition of teeth. G78X14 40.88 2.54
rise much above minus 450 CHINESE CALENDAR is based on flanks. G78X15 4088 2.62

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coverage available.

!=, Your Foreign Car Repair ShopIn
: Mrs. Sarah S. MacDonald Evelyn; four sons, Donald of Fairfax, This is not a clinic.

'Lester Arnold McMillan Mrs Sarah S. MacDonald, age 73, Va.,Allan of Northboro, Mass, Robertof You select your den- Bradford Count
i "Tester A McMillan 56 of Lake Brookfield, Mass and Richard of
City who lived at the Park of the Palms,
J Saturday afternoon from injuries died Sunday morning in the North Ft. Myers; 19 grandchildren and 7 tist from a list of STARICE
ered in an automobile accident. in '''Florida Regional 'Hospital "in great-grandchildren; one brother, local dentists. FIRESTONE
But er. l' Stewart T.MacClements of Hampton. : ,
..C.wu.Vi Sl1e.QO'l here.I.A.l9'it..
hr s. 984-6436 U9 3O1'N Slarfce, Fla 964-6436
orn In 'AettvilleiN.C. .Mr. from Ft. Lauderdale Fla. Mrs. Mac* N.H. Call for Detailsat
Millan came to Lake City elevenars Donald was born in Glasgow, 473-7075
ago, and was employed with therT.lern Scotland, April 29, 1908, moving to the Funeral services were held at 11 I
Bell Telephone Company as United States in 1911. She was a a.m. Wendesday, June 3rd, in the Days or Evenings
arable) repairman. His mother was retired County Jail Matron. She was a Park of the Palms Chapel with Mr.
I Isle late Reba Jones Boyd of Lake member of the Park of the Palms Ernest Woodhouse officiating. Interment ,American Dental Plan, Inc. You'll want! to rememberhow
I Butler. Church. was in the Keystone Heights
| Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. Cemetery under the direction of look
Patricia Joan Cullinan McMillan, Survivors include: a daughter DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home.. they todayAND

Lake City; one daughter, Mrs. Cathy

Bandley, Lake Butler; three sons, TAKE A SECOND LOOK FOR TOMORROW
McMillan St. --------------
moth Petersburg,
McMillan. Oak Park. Ill,
and Brian McMillan Lake City; one
rotheI'. William J. McMillan. West J'- BLAKEWOOD
Palm Beach; and six grandchildren.
_.Funeral services were held SAlES
{Wednesday at 3 p.m. in the Chapel of EQUIPMENT
J the Archer Funeral Home of Lake KFOo?:
{Butler. Burial followed in Forest I iK.O, r AT
I Lawn Cemetery in Lake City, under -
tilt direction of Archer Funeral Home ''
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*Calydof Thanks FLEA MARKET

The'Family of the late Mrs. Ruth 468-2255
Murphy would like to extend this ap ,
,predation to all who came to us In our
1!.time of need.Our loved one has left us North of Waldo, Fla. on Hwy 301
but the many friends have been by '_'
our side to help in this time of sorrow.A .
County Hospital Staff and Haile'sFuneral
assistance at this time.


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scholarships one of or eight other college e Ft_ \r 88c1: Inaddition'

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for thousands of young '4-H OPEN Regular Offer
,, members to start planningtheir
gardens long before 7 DAYS Now You l1

the first sign of spring, EACH sa n'D1t
WEEK !If'7 Can Get An s'
They'll be participating ]: _J I _
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Awards Program, with ,._- Exciting 10x13
the hope of attending the MOWERS AS FOR AS THE EYE CAN SEE
National 4-H Congress to be ( Dual-Image

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: participants at the,county! i SELL FOR: lEss I t 1ie11< P'' 11 1\ ,.change. Remember, children must be accompanied by
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t li'-. ", 'I"' Church .vt Cod, In ChrS\ ""dl, fi!''j n l liW! ,,; d Ji1h Teiry i'j; } Wednesday sJ ij Oi :s.Ht;; iM1 ;)-hatlb I\ct 1f4ii"illhr"1'lI iI. ..' hhti.H 'A ptstts4Y1r.rand J; I ': Mrs." George

b)" kliznbeth
.I"hont'. oo.a-GIItIJ 7:30: p.m Pastoral Teaching. JQ;;" i' I ..f...> ";kh\' .. .s i : j i VITED. .. : .\.11: ... _'._ U..UU..I a 1J DavirfSterner! **"ttf''StaffkJ<,*,d I'1.5''5 Mr/end/ Mrs. Hermie Kelly Visited-
fA' AI School at 9:30: a.m. Miirhirijj WoYsTirpat CHUKCII SCHEDULES and AC- Laura Baptist i Sunday School 9:45: seriously wounded 1A a motorcycle their sister, Mrs. Lone Tomlinson in
='i'IIF.TI; G: The monthly 11 a.m. YPWW at 5:30 Even TIVIJIESi a.m. Worship Services If '.:m. and wreck and ''is' in Baptist Hospital, the Intensive Care Center of North

meeting of the Bradford County ing service at 7:30: p.m.P.n1t th the Church of God: Sunday School 10'a.m 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting.... Wednesday. JacksonvUe."pur| : prayers are for him'' Florida Regional Hospital
i NAACP will be held Monday June 15 pastor conducting the services. .All I ,' } Worship Services 11 a.m: and 6 night at 7:30 p.m. r ; and for his family. Gainesville on Saturday morning. -
at the annex of Greater Allen ChapelS members are asked to cooperate with ,ip.oiu Prayer Meeting and YPE Long Bridge ,Baptist: Sunday: Tina Harris was honored with a birthday Deepest sympathy of the community -
S .M.E. Church. All members and interested the rally day activity. S Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. School 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 party Saturday, given by her is extended to the family of W.R.
citizens are invited to attend. Mt. Moriah United Methodist Hvprgrrcn Baptist: Sunday School a.m. and 7:30 p.nu Prayer Meeting parents, Petty Officer 1st Class and Prevatt'and other relatives becauseof
IX-ll Chapter 168 O.E.S.The mon- Church: Sunday will begin the new 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m.. Mrs..Joe Harris, on her 13th birthday. his having been drowned in Silver
thly meeting will be held Thursday conference year. Sunday School at 7 p.m. Training Union at 6 p.m. Morgan Road Baptist: June 11 in the Masonic Hall on 9:30 a.m. Communion Service at It "Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: School 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 being together. They served ice Mr. James Ellison of Jacksonville
Brownlee Street 7:30: p.m. All a.m. p.m. a.m. and 7 p.m. Training Union 6 p.m. cream and cake. was a Sunday dinner guest of his

members are asked to please attend. Pleasant Grove tlllil!"< CHURCH ACTIVITIES Church: Sunday School at 10 a.m., Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: 7:30 p.m. The Vacation Bible School Whitehouse, visited Mrs. Elvie Red- Mrs. Joe Harris and family.Mr. .
firejter Bethlehem Freewill Baptist Afternoon Service at 3 p.m. p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at was held May through May 22. dish and her cousin Miss Arthurine. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake
Church: Each Monday 6:30: p.m. New Bethel Baptist Church Each 7:30: p.fn. Their enrollment was 83 and their Blanchard. City visited their parents Mr. and

Tiny Tots rehearses. Senior Choir Wednesday at 7 p.m. Prayer Service. First Baptist: Sunday School 9:45: average attendance was 64. On Saturday Mrs. O.J. Boyette, Sr., of Lake City Mrs. Harold Eunice on Sunday after-..
rehearses Monday 7:30: p.m. Each Sunday School 10 a.m. Youth Day will a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and after the Bible School, they had a spent the weekend with her son and noon.
Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting be observed. Rev. Sylvester Bright 7:30: pm. Training Union 7:30: p.m. cookout which was enjoyed by all. daughter-in-law, Mr.and Mrs. O.J. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Harper and
Wednesday 7:30: p.m. McKay's Circle will preach at 11 a.m. Program will Prayer Meeting Wednesday night at Northside Baptist: Sunday School Boyette, Jr., and family. family, of Keystone Heights, visited
and Lee's Circle will meet at the presented at 3 p.m. which will terminate 7:30: p.m. 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. Ernest Hewitt of Tallahassee, their grandmother, Mrs. Carl Prevatt
home of Mrs. Alice DeSue's home. services for the day. Grace United Methodist: Sunday 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesdaynight spent a few days with her parents, and their uncle and aunt, Mr. and)
Thursday 7:30: p.m. Story Hour at the Everyone is invited. School 9:45: a.m. The new minister, at 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. Mrs. Truman Norman on Monday
church. Friday 7-30: p.m. the Junior First Born Church of the I.Kiritf Rev. Delbert King, will preach at the Smyrna Missionary Baptist: Sun- Mrs. Wayne Hardest and children (Memorial Day). .
Choir and Junior Ushers will God: Tuesday Prayer Service at 7:30: Morning Service at 11 a.m. Bible day School 10 a.m. Worship Services went to Wild Waters, Ocala, with the Mrs. Wendie Smyth and daughter;
rehearse. Saturday is scheduled for a p.m. Tarrying Service Friday at 7:30: Gleanings Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting third grade class and their teacher, Elizabeth Smyth of Jacksonville,
work day. Sunday is pastoral day. p.m. Sunday School at 10 30 a.m Morning The Thrift Shop will have a Yard Sale Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. Miss Fullwood. spent the weekend with her parentsCol.
Sunday School at 9'30: a.m. Morning Worship at 11:30 .a.m. YPCW at G at the church Saturday, June 6 from PERSONALS: Henry Hodges and brother-in-law and Mrs. Wm. Wilson.
Worship at I 11 a.m. Afternoon serviceat p.m. Evening Worship at 7:30: p.m. 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. Mrs. Cleo Sapp, Larry Norman's Buddy Smith, went to the Stock Car Mrs. Jackie Lines and daughter1'
6 pm. Holy Communion will be Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church: Sun- Highland BaptistSunday School sister, of Green Cove Springs, returned Races at Lake City on Friday night. Jacquelin of Germany, will arrive in
given in this service. day School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. home from Riverside Hospital, Mrs. Wyolene Day of Jacksonville, Jacksonville on Wednesday, June 3
rwtire: Daily Vacation School will Holy Communion 11 a.m All and 6:00: p.m. Prayer Meeting Jacksonville, on Thursday. We are was a Saturday dinner guest of her for a visit with her parents, Col.! and
begin June 8 -12 from 6 to 8 p.m. daily members are asked to attend. Wednesday night at 7:30: p.m. happy to learn that she is better. brother-in-law and sister, AMS-1 and Mrs. Wm. Wilson.
Everybody is invited to attend. Greater Allen Chapel l A.M.K. The King's Church: Rev. C. Donald Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carroll of Mrs. D.R. Brown and family.Mr. Mrs. Wm. Crouse and daughter

Saturday, June 13th the women's Church: Sunday School 10 a.m. Communion -. Love, Minister, Sunday School 10:00: Homestead spent a few days with and Mrs. Hermie Kelly attended Marie, Mrs. Laura McKinley and.
department will sponsor a carnival Service II a.m. members a.m. Children's Church 10 a.m. Worship their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. the Florida United Methodist Con Misses Judy and Annette went to-
with games and refreshments. are asked to coop..ratfith the :.Men's l Service 11 a.m. 7:00: () p.m. Joyful and Mrs. Henry Smith. ference at Florida Southern College of .Jacksonville Monday night at 7:30':
Everyone is invited to the fun activity Day activity June 21. Fathers Hay. Singing. Evening Worship 7:30: p.m. Pastor David Brown returned home Lakeland from Monday until Friday. p.m. to attend a Bridal shower in
Monday 4:00: p.m. Bible Story Time. Saturday from a week's revival in While there they stayed with their honor of Marie's forthcoming wed-
Tuesday 7:30: p.m. Orchestra. Louisville, Ala. There were several friend Miss Catherine Young.Mr. ding. There will be six generations of.

and Mrs. Donny Kelly of Mrs. Crouse's attending this wedding.

I ,. 1 Gainesville spent the weekend with

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Lake Butler Apartments Lake Butler. Florida, may I MOBILE HOME LOT for CASH FOR GOLD. sterling LAKE LOT on sand bottomed
......................... have the answer you have been looking for.... I retired couple. Beautiful jewelry diamonds coins. lake In Hillcrest. $800 FURNISHED APARTMENT 2 MOBILE HOME 3 BR 2 BA.
CLASSIFIED AD Znglhurs. Now taking Applications, for 1 DR. 2 BR 3 BR & <4< trees. Across from Lake Will visit your home down $14644 per month. BR. living and dining 24 x 60 CIlIA, full kitchen
D.o No or SR 241.18 (Union Co.) Call
473-4367 after 6 pets
day befote publica ion central heat and air, wall-to-wall carpeting kitchen 4732879. tfnchg 5/7 Rittman. tfnchg 5/7 p.m.
Minimum, charge $2 50. p II appliances and on site. laundry facilities. The units | MOBILE HOME In Lake INTERESTED IN 20-24' Flote- tfnchg 3/26 children please.964-8944$195 per tfn.282-1826or 4963792. 5/28. .
LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE-- month. Phon. or ,
(Covers 1 1'5 Words). I; are well designed und spacious. Geneva Park. $140 and up. Bote with motor. In like ";
964.8082.614 TFchq.KITCHENETTES
Each word over I IS t : For those who qualify( there is a federally funded j Phone 473.2879. Hnchg 5/7 new condition. Phone Keystone' Heights. ownerfinanced HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping
I I 3BR 2BA HOME.1400 ft. 4752301. 4tchg 5/14 6/4 10 percent interest room TV and Air,
is 10 cents subsidy program nvailable whereby rent is based on sq. lots clear sand
on I efficiency Underwood Motel 3 miles
income. Fully equipped kitchen,
Not responsible for errors when given over bottomed lake
priced to Weekly and
apartments. North of Starke
CH/A W/W One on Hwy
the phone or when copy is not typed and Please write for more Information and application: j acre lot on Silver carpet.Lake with PERSONAL sell from S9.90O. One to monthly rates. Temple 301. 10/9 tnchg :
Casa del Mar Apartments State Road 3, St.
S acres overlooking lake Motel 9647357. 6/4 4thcg and!
brought to the office. lake privileges. Available MOBILE HOMES Two
Augustine. Florida 32084.
SERVICES (access available) with :
6/25. three bedrooms clean.
June 8. $325 month. Phone ;
Equal Housing; Opportunity 1.376.0392 days nice trees from $3,500 ONE BEDROOM furnished Highway 16 and 225. New
1-377-9829 Ask CARPENTER WORKi $500 down $50 a month. apartment. Inquire 407 W. owners. formerly Whites
r for Bob. tfnchg evenings.5/7 Remodeling work. kitchen Commercial frontage. Jefferson St., Starke. Itchg Pork. Call 468-1323. 3/12

I I r L Union County Ads J I STORE miles from Approximately Keystone on 5 cabinets and Reasonable trimcarp.nt.r. SR.21 Investment N. Own.t.sale.mon.opportunity. TWO 6/4. LARGE BEDROOMS, 3 tfn.BR, 1 BA. LIVING ROOM'.; .

: SR21. Old Glisson Bait and prices. Call Ed Dempsey at 473-4375. tfnchg 5<7 1 '/. baths carpet drapes dining room & kitchen ,
473-2477 after 6
__ Tackle Store. Changeablesign p.m. AKC DOBERMANS--TOP stove refrig., convenient central heat and air. In
optional. Call tfnchg 57ALCOHOLIC quality, only You are invited location in Starke. Hampton. Phone 468-1779:
473-2578 or 473-2108. our $190/mo. first/last plus ((1st months rent in ad}
ESTATE tfnchg 42UNFURNISHED Closed meetings Monday 8 475-1228. security. No pets. Phone vance) 5/7 ifnhg.APARYMEMTS :
used MECHANIC) full tuna for PLIES. GIFTSSee.Union; day 8 p..mv'AlanonMoncla' tfncbg 51iHIDEABED. .* '
Will pay cash for your 2BA, CHI A. Cove1 Aptsti 'StdnXe.. EIcep'ti \ >
LOOKING FOR a special Union County Houijnq <; ''' .'1 f!).' p5I tI1OIf'r.. carpet rang. 11.-. AIo_... Moqe .7 $ eOn4avcM '
mobile home. Ray Powell. piece of If I Idon't 9" anti l Pef rlgorotor/ : 2:f 30 icy.! : rlOMCt'i ) ; l'latty. t1.d'n" 101.,1,
496.3377. TFN 4 16. property Authority. J5: .61 pwfihaun day and Tuesday 8.30 a.m. ft. Phone 475-2064. pm: ; lAII meetings"! $45; "a .sail fortollb&ofV MdBflC be'droorns. maintained. $145/$175 r
have it. I'll find it Florida Slate Retirement to' 5 p.m., 'Wednesday- 6/4 Itpd Educational Building. Community $25; boot trolley. $60. garden space no pets. No Efficiencies and pd
Just ask----JANE. S. USHER proficient in all areas of closed, Thursday and Fri- Church. tfnchg 4/2 475-2259. "Itchg 6/4 objection to 2 small mo.bedroom Call
INSURANCEMAINES REALTOR 496.2126 or maintenance work Apply' day 8.30 a.m. till noon. See PRESSURE CLEANING-- children. In Lawtey. Pay 9645065. 5/21 apts.
496-2903 eves., "Your in person at Union 1 CountyHousing our 1/2 price table of Phone 4732477. tfnchg 5/7 PERSONALSERVICES your own utility bills. $165 CRESCENT BEACH tfnchg.***THB
INSURANCE AGENCY Union County Realtor tin Authority Office, selected gift, items. PLUMBING REPAIRS-lorry month. $50 deposit for
: 160 S. Lake Ave.. Lak. 3/26. 500 SW 8th St.. Lak.Butler. 3/12. HOMES FOR Teague Plumbing. clean-up. Phone 732-3279. SAND *CASTLE** Vacation APARTMENTS
Butler. 496-3978. Complete Phono 496.2047 for more 1939 CHAMPION MOBILE 4751513. tfnchg21 Itchg 6/4. !
SALEBEAUTIFUL oceanfront 1 and 2 BR
Insurance Service. TFN information. 3tchg" 6/4 HOME: 12X40 one CARPENTRY AND MASONRY PRESSURE WASHING TWO BEDROOM HOUSE units-Summer rates from

6/11 6/18. bedroom. furnished air TWO ACRES- WORK-build patios additions SPECIALI Any size one- adults only no pets. Applyat $165 weekly. Families
PERSONAL conditioner, foundation remodeling homes 405 N. Church St. TFchg.
FOR RENT property and home in story home. $36.88. Two- welcome I For Information
blocks and fawnmower j.ciuded j. and tile> work. Also pain 6/4. _
mile home $64.00 and
SERVICES Deerwood Hills 3 story S reservations call Potty ojti
like, Free estimates. TRAILER FOR RENT 7 miles
ting. >
RENT A CULLIGAN water new. noitti of Keystone. 24x60 up. Any size mobile 1-246-7284. 5/21 4'chi-
Call 496.3859. Itpd 64. Phone 473-4473 during South of Starke on US301.
conditioner" $3.75 per CUSTOM MADE FORSALE mobile home 3BR, 2BA home $26.83 Call 6/11. s;;.*
bedrooms, baths,
After 5
day. Two two
month (for 3 mol.) plus installation DRAPERIESiFreeestimates. 1979 VOLKSWAGON RABBIT carpet CHI A. deep well p.m. phone 964-8961 after 6 p.m. :t.l;
782-3906 5/7 468-1777
tfnchg phone eveningsor
Call 496-2876 Local with delicious water. 5/21 6/4.
BROYHILl BEDROOM SUITE : 4 door custom hat FREE YOURSELF OF UNWANTED 3tchg 964-5883 days. Itchg FURNISHED Errltli'NCXi
alter 6 p.m. 5/28 4tchg distributors, for completely with cannon ball bed. chbock dark brown with, $28,000. Owner will HAIR with elec WE DO QUALITY mobile, 6/4. APARTMENTS Utilities 'fufijnished. \

6 17 washable nationally dresser shadow box mirror Ian ,interior AM fM radio, finance with reasonable trolysis. Call for a free consultation home roof coating. No children if Ntf'spets.
-, advertised Gardsette chest night stands luggage rock. air condi down payment. Discountfor 4737033. Amy's Aluminum or Kool White. .Call, 964-5444.5/29
r;... 4pmIs: Draperies. SAW Enter cost over $$2000 months tioner and passive cash. 9123777496. Electrolysis, 490 Lawrence Call 964.8961 after 6 p.m. MIMOSA MANOR MOBIlE tfn. ""*

--.. prises. Ed or Lam ogo-now $800 baby blue? restraint, excellent con- Nights and Sundays, Blvd.. Keystone tfnchg 6/4 5/21 3tchg 6/4. HOME PARK mobile homes 3 BR HOME. 1 acre, scen.d ,
f_ : ..;,; Stephen. 496-2219. loveseat and chair- 912-2940189. tfnchg 3/26 and spaces for rent. Phone
.. sofa diton. 6250. Call 496.3859 CARPEPITRY.cobinefs.shelves. .
.. ., IS _" 5/1/80TFN. SILVER SAND LAKE, Box 658. FREE PRESSURE WASHING 4682912. porch large kftcfien'-
cost 12.100-now S90C formal 1 Itpd 6 4 paneling partitions. TFchg $250 per month. Colf-Jefiet
home. 2BR house. Excellent when we ,
WILL BABYSIT in my c con paint your
Semi-Truck Drivers dinning room suite doors. windows, In !
Starling. Realtor. 782. ;Jf!
Fenced and hot dition. C/A carpeted fully home. We recommendSears
Or solid wood-cost 1974 CHEVROLET 4 door "
Heavy" EquipmentOperalork over stallations repairs. E.N.Bolton 6/4 tfnchg. **
meals. Janice Noegel furnished. Nice beach. "Weotherbeater". .
Slarl locally $3,000-never used-now AM fM radio. tilt, wheel, 473-2520. 4tpd
lOLL Kit 4962510. 4tchcj 5/21 5/28 $950 huge roll top deik- heater. r'lur.defogger. Small sailboat Included. 5/28-6/18 Quality materials, TWO BEDROOM trailer: .' ...-
I 600 Ml UU 6/4 6/11. 32000. Assume 7 3/4% and 12x60. located in -
cost new $700.now $200. good condition' $675. Call PIANO TUNING AND workmanship ser HOMES
FREE PUPPIES 3 block and mlcrowolve oven and holl 4'163B'I' Itpd 6. 4. mortgage or owner can REPAIRING 35 ex- vice.. For free estimate, Gainesville near VA Lawtey 3 BR. 1 blk.. from
- - -- -- white puppies. 8 weeks tr... Many miscellaneous finance., 17375117. 4tchg perlence. Craftsman years call 964.8961 after 6pm. Hospital. $115 monthly. school 1E. shady lot.
STEVE BROADWAYTREE old, 2 mole and 1 femalo.' Items must see to ap FREE ENGLISH IVY \W.pull. 5, 28 6. 18 member.'Piano Technician 5/21 3tchg 64.REAL Phone 964-7184. 6/4 TFchg. $26.000.
Phone 4311279. Itpd 6/4. CalaH.ums mixed colors. ...505 5 5.0.
SERVICE preciate. Phon. 752-7941. Guild. Phone 1-765-7785
Providence. Itchg 6/4. multiple bulbs per pot. $1 I (JOIC.) 2tpd 6/5-12 In Country 2% ac. apprax. *
Silver Dollar EucalyptusTrees EXPERIENCED DAY CARE ESTATE with 2BR home, spring J
Removal $5. Contrary Mary's MISCELLANEOUS TEACHER and mother of2'tyearold Sales Person Needed garden grope vineyard or- :'
Nursery SR 121 in chard. S3I.JOO. J:
,I HELP! LaCrosse, next to Post Office aINGo. .A ME RICA II home will Crystal babysit Lake in Apply In Person For Sale ............. -.
Trimming Huntley Phone .1561 4tchg LEGION HAIL SR-31. Monday-Friday.my on 4732479. 737 S. Walnutor Square Ha lor s: John In Starke: 2 BR Home-i'
Owners must relocate 6/46 116 18 6' 23. Saturdays Public Invited Deere 24T. $1475: New 511.000.
Free Estimates Hampton Nice 2 BR. I Redfcarn's.SERVICES DINETTE SET: $95. Early tfnchg p.m.5/7 Itchg 6/4] Call 964-5231 Holland 268. $1050; Ford ............. '.-.

473-4732 both home on country setting American sofa loveseat. LONElY New .!nglmaganne. .. 530 $895; New Holland 3BR 28o.. Spanish style ;
in convenient chair and ottoman $250. Stomp-adress Philip W. Clark 569. $750. Hound Hulors: home on spacious lot in !

After 5 p.m. downtown section. Pretty .. 473-4340 double bedroom suite envelops for free information REALTOR Gehl Model 1500 $3850; Starke. 832.000.JanotM. ;
Keystone Heights lot with large detached $150.I AC all sues from Box 880-G9)( ). Boyn- Vermeer< $3950. Starling i
garage with a variety of :;; SI25.$175, washer. $100 ton. FL 33435. 6tpd .
Roberts Motors
-- possible, uses. Will, consider -ZN,lr.Ai "' dryer $75 color TV $125. 5,146.IB .extra Cash
trade. Owner financing Repairs! Of MOlor coffee 2.end tables $55. YARD SAi.iFrldaSatur. We buy cans S.JOLb & Kquipment, Inc. 782.3931 .
FOR YOUR available.Call sofa $75 loveseat $65 day. Sunday. June 5. 6. 7. Also other metals 2U73: SW Archer Kd, Or ..
REAL ESTATE NEEDSIN lor Detail Eleclric Appliances! never used bunk beds Clothes small appliances,. Modern postage stamps Turn Trash into cash Gainesville Fin 96.48327ifsichg
UNION COUNTY Eleanor B. Cannon Serving Bradford A ClayCountiov $20O 'king site bed like, etc 9 a.m. til dark. came into use in 1840. Bradford Recycling _376-4506 .372-5825 '

Residential, 'AcreageCommerclel Realtor, 375-2488 new $175 queen bed $65. lakeview St. lot 2. double- (N. Temple Ave.) .
Lawro.- Blvd Ket.torui'' trundle beds $125.I glass wide trailer off Pecan St.:. 964-5938 ;.
or 372-1469 j'! coffee and 2 end tables 473.3664. Itchg 6/4 Operated By BUARC I ;
CalliVen.ra $125
Phone 752-7961 Providence Hi'qhCaLcif
BrownRealtorAssociate i Itchg 6/4. .-. ACREAGEStrawberry -. ...,,
I Acres: i.7 ae. FOR SALE
".3022 I MOUNTAINS w/well and culvert.
TlHIn endOwens.lnc. Assumei% m'." 10 ACRES Wooded., between Lake City and Lake Energy' I
Mountain cabin with ci'Now'
fireplace. Dandy garden spot Butler off
SI 5.000. SRtflOO. Ownr financed no Interest...
Realtor This is a handy man special because it is not finished. AAAREAL ...........
inside. roughed wire and plumbing completed. Water LAKEVIEW HOME'Spacious 3 bedroom home in attractive is the ;
Riverfront & River access and ESTATE 14.06 Acres Secluded well-established neighborhood. Well land<
th. outside is completed. Large deck overlooking'
lots. mtns. You can liv. In it while, you finish, it up. 3 miles AGENCY shady. .$11.000........... scoped Town", corner prdporty' Ideoh location. Best Buy In time to \ '421summerize ::1.,

from Murphy. $24,500.00, $5000.00 down assume S Ph. 752.0577 !
II" beautiful acres. loan. 10 Acres Appro.I with BRICK HOME WITH 2 ACRES -,3 Bdrm 1' bath w w J JL
partly cleared river S OFFERS: large barn odn. well carpet. C.n$.' H/A-located off SR #121 on lovely country ,
finance. *-* 9% $23.000. road,
access.owfler 6.24 acres near lake. Good access Located in the ...t....... :you; mobil
lot acres good mtns. Several bldg. sites. Get away from it all Best buy in town. 3 Br. 2 3 BORM. HOME ON '/*. ACRE ,Additional ,Jot' ) .
6 Acre With well .
pasture or crop land. 12500.00 makes you the new owner. $1500 down B, large corner lot. A and Appro $10,200. 'available. Has fireplace unique living room 2- ar[ Jjhome roof f r ;
pole. .
home power \
Minding crt'tk.; good assume 'loan. the family can enjoy garage, over 1,400 sq..4t< '
hcstmext.10acrs.grcar. Large kitchen. with Janet M.. Starling! I 3 BORM. 1'/. lATH HOME -.newly painted pnd tjosl'unique ) With :
lake house three bedrooms located on Blue Ridge plenty" of -'cal'>lnets. Realtor fireplace.large yar'd< :'cfo.e to _schools. I I.-, \

site for j' lake. Private This, Is a beautiful, setting 549.50CW. nW11.i1bteortgage.. 782.3931tlnchg. I I,7sipectac t Antil '
home nice large tDWff. ACREAGE. FOR SALE -Downer financed. Id to 40 cresol | S
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$$14,500 down. assume loon. ; wro ; would make IDEAL[ :;) I\\;
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:20+ aet'1, :-lor ius'> what; houses old farms etc. Write or call today"for"' pjfree, .. (r1l.t Q.Jt.t1 .96-38 roocire fort i( t. .\Jj N U 's# '''' "H j26 i f tha' T i&'year guarantee.
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KIRBY. VACUUM CLEANER NEEDED Black cat named "Tiger" ALUMINUM PLATES 24 H Singer' top model mr
deoler wanted for local Nursing Home. Stark. with llmerock road. Zoned TOPS material labor White spot on right 36" 25' _h. Bradford Originally old for over,
area. Will train. Call Mr. 964.6220.5/28. tfn. for Mobile home One furnished. $75.00. foreleg. Lost near Sonny'sBIQ ", County Telegraph $500. Pay off balance due rWitJeJar'REALTY
(May 9). Call Town C '9646305. tfn $146.00 each or assumepayments
Rlley, 388-0726 or apply at MAID WANTED full-time" acre rood-front "' .000. 431-1827.4/16 tfn. "
RII.", Kirby Co.. 942 Melba port time. Phone 782-3332 BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete Country Vet. Clinic. of $14.20 per
One acre back lot $3500. 964.6411.6/4 3tchg 6/18. NSW CARPET NEW USED month. White Sewing and
St.. Jacksonville. Fl. 5/21 after 6 p.m. tchg 6.4 Term: $500 down 'IGO sharpening service. circular Furniture A Appliance Appliance Center Archer

4tchg 6ti.KITCHEN INSTRUCTOR for day care mth. payment at 8% In- hand carbide, Plumb. fixture and pipe Square, Gainesville ....
HUP and center. ElCc.rl.nc.d. terect. (Owner financed). chain mower blade hollow OPPORTUNITIESEMPLOYMENT BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 phone 376-4466 6/4 Itchg 4D
..... teaching ani balanced. PHONE 944-7776
Waitr. Part Tim.. Laura Bapt. Church Rd. ground : South 964.6679. 2/5 MICROWAVE OVEN Brand I
Ravin Golf Club Mld- and enthusiasm preferred. Phone 964.7286.5/28 3lchg Leave at Jackson Building OPPORTUNITY TFNchg full factory TERWlLLLGAR 205 N.
dl.burg. Phone 2021493. Phone 964-5377. Itpd 6/4. Supply In Starke, Keystone REGISTERED QUARTER new. warranty Temple, Starke
$249.00 cash $13.07 ,
6/11. Butler. Established rout. with or per. teaJC
Itchg 6/4. ONI ACRE-WELL. SEPTIC Height or Lake large debit company.", Call HORSES Race horse, month. White Sewing and
SPRAY PAINTERSi Minimum HOMES TANK. utility pole, circle TFchg between 8 and 10 ask for brood mare with foal by Appliance Center, Archer Comfortobfe and gracious, wetf-mo/nffalnoo'/ frame flame
3 yra. m.tal spray painting FOR SALE drive, privacy fence, utilityhou..Goodland.LOMrt.y. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS David Taylor. 5/28 4tchg side, riding horse. All well Square, Gainesville, with appro 2000 ... ft. 215 W. Washington. CHI A. 3 B*
required. Familiar with 6/18. bred. Phone 468.1576 after phone 376-44666/4 Itchg or 4 ... 2 full baths IR, OR, W/W carpet, kitchen, utility
conventional and airless UY THI MODEL horn and Phone 5332559. Phone 964.5148 or 9647619. 7:00: p.m. 4/9 tfn.LIMEROCKi COLOR TVi Console model. carport porch end spacious grounds. Zoned commercial.
pray.", Aircraft preferred.Day receive a $1500.00 rebateat $6500. TFchg 20 yd. semi Under warranty. Pay", off * * *
and night shifts opening closing if you occupy by Hnchg 5/21. SEWING MACHINES YARD SALE load only. ALLEN E. balance due $186.00 cashor Antique buff Rooms far renovation Large, 4 Bedroom
available. Night shift July 4. 1981 -3 BR.2 Bath. 1 ACRE OF LANDS Hwy 16 REPAIRBDi All make TAYLOR. lawtey. Phone assume payment $19.00 two story home with/ fireplace ever 100 year* eld I Ap-
Include 20<< shift differen- west. Well. Term Phone cleaned oiled and adjusted. YARD SALE feet end
Caa Del Forest Circular ThreeFamilyPorch 782.3172.4/23 tfchg. per month. Used 17" and prox. 3.500 square living area lovely spacious
tlal. Immediate opening Drive all energy efficient 9648696. 4tcllg.6I11.. .' $15. Work Sale tires, furniture FOUR AIR CONDITIONERS 19" color and black and ground with pecan palm oak and magnolia/ trees end
Long-term back-log. Excellent -'h acre lot Be the let In guaranteed. James clothe, dishes and 200 amp. 96<1.7184. tfnc whit. portable from aiafea SM.OOO. Zoned commercial.
benefit Apply Starker finest residentialarea Strickland corner Morgan uch. Lot of thing Crosby $49.95. White Sewing and * * *
Mon.-Thur 1-3 p.m. or Ads Get Rd. and Hwy 16. Tfchg Lake Shore on Boat Ramp LIMOUSINE DISPERSAL at Appliance Center Archer 60." Acre priced' far Immediate sale $93.000. Beautiful
Call 964-5533 Still
by appointment. A.ro CHAIN LINK FENCE Install Road West Highway", 100. George Adam Ranch Square. Gainesville, rolling landn the Breaker area. Frame home needsrepairs
Corp. Lake City Airport time to pick out color ResulttCARS ed.Free estimates.HandyMan Follow *lgn*. Friday", and 15th St. In Lawtey Fl.June phone 376.4466.6/4 Itchg has well pump and septic tank. Tranquil" living.
Lake City, Fla. Equal Opportunity V.A.,no money down. tfchg Fence Co. 964-8559. Saturday. tpd 6/4. 6, at I p.m.66 Lots. Call for VEGETABLES' -U-PICK 'EMi * * *
Employer M/F NEW HOMES-LAKEf.ONT. TFpd. 6181.TYPlwalnl. YARD SALE Thursday Fri. catalog 7823758. Lunch on Kersey Farm Bean, Brick home with appro 2000 sq. ft. CM4M carport utili
Handicapped. 6/4 Itchg. over 'acre lot on aTRUCKS REPAIR Call day S Saturday June 46. Sale Day. George and pea, squash corn, ty. 2 full bothi. 4 bedroom, kitchen/family' roans with
PROGRAM COORDINATOR! beautiful Sampson lake the Office Shop. 110 W. SR 235 off Hwy. 100 West Mildred Adam 5/14 4tpd cucumber Now ready. Rd fireplace, carpeted LR 4 DR paved driveway, fenced
(Sunshine Acre Work Activities 45 mini to Jacksonville.See Call St..Starke, for detail. approx. 3 miles. Phone 6/4. 225. 964-5088. Itchg 6/4. $45,000. with aisummabl mortgage.
Center). Salary our model horn to 9645764. tfn. 465-1815. Itchg 6/4. STEREOPHONIC ORGAN BLUEBERRIES U-PIck or We * * *
$10.00O-$11,300. Professional day. VA-no money down. 197. VW RABBIT 38.00O GLASS CUT TO OlDER YARD SALE Thursday Fri. with "rhythm record; Pick (on order). 8 a.m. to Beautiful lake Brooklyn/ Adorable' 2 BR I B home with
work with adult Coll today. 9645533.tfnch| mile A/C AM/FM. Doors, window .tc.. day B Saturday 9 a.m. great condition I Perfect 6:30 p.m. Monday", Sat. /kitchen "living* area screened parch deck CMftA W/W
retarded person, coordinating SR 16 Et 3 bedroom home on cassette stereo, exc. cond. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY tll...Olin'. Trailer Park. for adults and youngster 2:30 6:30 on Sunday.", carpet. Only $41BOO Own. An. $34,500. Oriented te
Individual programs 8'/!, acre Lot of shade $4800 or best offer. '9644078. Order also Baby Item, too. Come with Instruction Earlton area. 200A. 4 miles relaxation and hospitality.
In area of and pecan tree Call964.535O.5282tchg64. 964.6020. 964-5875. 5/28 taken in Lake Butler, miscellaneous, crib, book. S230.0O- Phone west and I 8/10 miles * * *
academic training social 2tchg 6/4. 496-3079 and Keystone stroller, walker. Phone 9645471. fin 4/23. North of Melrose. See 10 acres near Celdhead Park timber power pal' embraced
kills, vocational and KEYSTONE-STARK ARIAS 180 TOYOTA TERCELS Auto. Height, 4734973. tfn. 964.5306.1tchg 6/4. BRAHMA BULL Seven month sign. Bring container and by running creek/ Ideal ..0....."* SIB.V95 with
.recreational programm. New home for sole. Also Iran.. A/C. AM/FM, NEW AND USED WATER GARAGE SALE Saturday old registered. Verygentle. no dog pleae.longnecker all""' mortgage of$10,259 IOmo. pay. $//9.29.
ing. Responsible for quality built home, $22 18,000 ml. $5000.00 Call CONDITIONERS Sale and June 6, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. J. Reddish *. Phone * * *
evaluation p.ag.omImpl.mentatlon ft. built lot 964.7423'til 6 and 473.2391after Service.Call for free water Sunday. June 7, I p.m.t06 9646565. 5/21 tfn. 475-1151 and 4732702. $7600 far mall frame home on city lot(needs TIC). You
and per aq. Adam on *your Hall. 6 p.m. 5/28 2tchg analysis and Information p.m. Pot, pan, dishes, USED 4 FT. FENCE Also used 4fchg 625.QUARTEIHOISI.. don't have to be a millionaire to live like one!
followup. Qualification or our 6/4. 9645673.312 tfn. carpet bedspreads, 7 ft. heart cypress post. All : good on * * *
Bachelors Degree In Exceptional 473-2056 or 4752128. 6/4 1971 PLYMOUTH Station FREE PRESSURE WASHING .heel*. All (lie., colors. 'In good condition. J.M. Ed. barrel Registeredasking: Valuable' property en 301 adjacent to Cont. Telephone. Inquire .
Ed, VocationalEd. TFchg. Wagon: Good condition, when we paint your home. TVs, furniture, baby ward, Jr., Stark.. $900. Phone 96<1.5562 or about detail
., or menial retardationand CUSTOM HOMES now $350.00: 1973 %ton Chevy We recommend Sear clothe, 12 go. shotgun 964-5379. 5/28 2tchg 6/4. 9645352.64 2tchg 6/11. ** * *
2 yrs. experience,or 4 under construction pickup 10 H. slide-In Open. "Weatherbeater". Quality with ear. Many", more QUARTERHORSE FILLY 2 REFRIGERATOR AND ELEC. 200' on 301 with 1.61 acres. Our finest commercial pro
yrs experience with overlooking Stark Country Road camper. Fully .. material, workmanshipand Item. Cloversettle Form. year old. Green-broke, RANGE. with double oven. perty. Terms.
,retarded in supervisory" Club. Adam and Hall contained sleeps 4. service. For free 7 mi. couth of Starke on real gentle. $400. Phone Both avocado green Gib * * *
capacity. Send resume to> Builder Phone 473-2056 $3.000. Call 473-7046. 5/28 estimate, call 964.8961 Rd. 100 on left. Itpd 6/4. 7823904. 1 Itchg 6/4. son refrlg. side by", side, $41,500 15 acre or 30 lots Forest Heights en Rd. 16 W.
Bob Larimer,director, P.O. or 475.2128.6/4 TFchg. 3tchg 6/4. after 6 p.m. 5/21 3rchg YARD SALE at 610 Alton SILVER QUEEN CORN $1 a frost free with ice maker. * * *
Box 509 Slarke Fla. 10 ACRE RANCHETTEi fence 1971 DODGE CORONET WILL DO TYPING AT HOME Road. Friday 6/5 and doxen. Come and get It Tappan over and under Two S acre parcel, appro 4 miles from Stark. Good
32091. 6/4 4tchq 6/25. ed big yard shaded with $700 or best offer. Call Please call Ada Reddish at Saturday 6/6 from 8 a.m. before I feed It to the hog. double oven. Both good neighbors quiet living.' '
RN AND LPNii Immediate hug. oak and 20 pecan 964-7365 after 4 p.m. 5/38 9647910. Hnchg 5/21. to 5 p.m. Itpd 6/4. Phone 9647326. Buck Mur condition. $225 each. * * *
openings. Full time and tree. St. Augustine lawn, 3tchg 6/4. WE DO QUALITY mobile YARD SALE 524 N. WalnutSt. ray 714 Lafayette. Starke. 7823449. Itchg 6/4. Immediate occupancy with unbelievable term 1700 sq.
part taime. 3-11 and 11-7, stocked pond 3 BR house. FOR SALI OR TRADE 1977'Plymou.h home roof coating. .Friday and Saturday 6/5 Itchg 64.BROILERS HOUSE FULL OF FURNITURE ft. home 3 BR IV.B nice neighborhood.
generous shift differential Double completelyremodeled. Fury., AC. PS Air Aluminum or Kool White. and 6/6. Big variety of and hot plate for Moving because of ill * * *
*. Group Insurance garage. Nice barn shacks, clean no rust Call 964.8961 after 6 p.m. Item Itpd 6/4. ale. Best offer. Phon.9647357.643.chIl618. health. Call 9646235. llpd Owner leaving town 4 Bit 2 B brick/ home situated en
paid leave day. Contact other building Good well good condition. Phone. ) 5/21 3tchg 6/4. YARD SALE Friday only. 6/4. 1.75 acres near Country, Club..fenced' back yard..assum.
director of nursing Brad- 96<16960.63tch1l618. PRESSURE WASHING Jun. 5, 9 til) 5. 4'/' mile USED FURNITURE Couch mortgage.
4 mile to FIVE FREE KITTENS 8 week
; just 1976 FORD F-ISOl Pick
ford County Hospital : up SPECIAL Any lie on. west on SR 16. Forrest and chair, $150. Desk $40. * * *
Starke, Fla. Call Starke. 59900. Phone truck. 1250. Phone story, home, $36.88. Two- Heights. 9647131. Itpd old. SE 13th Street at Wilson Drop-leaf table w/6 choirs Best Flshln' lot 42 Sampson lake Shore has light pole'
9049646000. We are an 964-5388. 6/4. 964-8935. Itchg 6/4. story home $64.00 and up. 6/4. Road Starke. Phone $350. Dinette w/4 choirs, and septic tank and a "dog" of a traitor $16,7001
.qua) opportunity MOBILE HOMES Any size mobile home GARAGE SALE 9645990. 1tpd 6/4 $79. Chest of drawers $25. * * *
employer. 6/4 2tchg 6/11. $26.88. Call '964-8961 after Refrigerator, appliance, CAMPER TOP for Import Much more. Encore Consignment $25,000 for...5 nice' acres on :301 N. Highly desirable.'
NURSES NEEDED Do you FOR SALE WANTEDGOOD 6 p.m. S/213tchg 6/4. furniture, household furnishings pickup. Good condition. Shop. Buy Sell * * *
need a |lob that leave WOULD LIKE TO MOW no clothes. Saturday PHone 9645290. Itpd 6/4. Trade. 321 N. Temple Ave. House beautiful 2244 sq. ft. CH4A close' fa shopping.
your week free for familyor 2BR MOBILE HOME furnished PRICES PAID far used YARDS Michael Prevail 9.7 only opposite AIR CONDITIONER 110 volt Phone 964-5648 or * * *
school and guaranteed garage, storage shed, mobile home. If ) phone 782-3271 Lawtey Jackson Bldg. Supply and like new $100: Electric 1.7189.614 2tpd 611.MALl.ARD Developer's' dream near Hampton 40 acres plenty of
flexibility? We are lookingfor enclosed porch I acre I Is 3/4 paid or more.mortgage OLIN'SMOBILE for the public. Will do the north of Western Steer. lawn mower, $20: floor CAMPER TRAILER timber road $60.000 with $15,000. down owner will
nurse to work 12 hour (fenced), many extra HOME SALES. work at any time. tpd 6/4. Itpd 6/4. fan $30. Call '9645508. finance 12%.
the weekendsand tfn. SEPTIC TANK 9 22 ft. long automatic awn * *
shift((7-7)) on $18,900. 9646490. BRADFORD YARD SALE June 9-6 from Itpd 64.PUREBRED. *
the pay Is great. If youwant 9645606._ Open '7.--daV.kly"TFchg ""-*. SCRVICEt Bradford County 111. 1020. Eastwood.Drive, REGISTERED Ing air conditioner Excellent $19,500 Worthington .Springs star a"d2 lot*.
a quick way to.earn 1981 MOBILE HOMES WE BUY AXLES ft TIRES residential pump-out, across from Southslde ANGUS BULL 3-yr. old.' refrigerator. con * * *
money "yet, not be tied payments starting at axles i4 tire $119.00.w $50. We alto re-lay drain Elementary. Aluminum Phone 964-8356 James dition. .$2,800.6/4. Phone964538B. Beautiful Lot M7 of Golfvlew' Subdivision' near Country
down throughout the line Phone 964-8131. door, furniture, householdand Itpd Club $8,800.
$137.00 per month. John Del. to Olln MH. Hwy. IOO Go.kln.. TFNchg 5/14.
,week, this is the lob for Brown Mobile Hom.C.nt.r. W Starke. 964-S606. TFcfcg 5/28 TFchg. baby Item. Linen at * * *
you. RN. call 964-6000 and 4733775. tfn.SAVEh WILL BABYSITi Monday thru low price Itpd 6/4. Advertising pays- PREFERRED PROPERTIES
WANTED Used tool, both MOBlU
ask for the director of Friday, 4'/i\ mile on SRI6. : HOME *4.5 acres really secluded-nice tree $9,000.
direct from face and SALE
Buy mechanic carpenter GARAGE Thursdayand
nurses to an Interview. Call 1964.7131.6/1 Itpd. *40 acres Lawt.y area $42.000-Owner finance.
arrange tory. Price start at iTwide Phone 964.8331 or Friday, 10 a.m. III dark. Call In A Classiffe! 301 "2.CJOO. Owner fin.
We are an equal opportunity NEED ROOFING OR PAINTING *New modern CB store lawtey
employer. Brad- $6,995; 14' wide 468.1551.9111 tnchg job done? Call Women' short, clacks, 1 I'IU' Beautiful Bessent Rd. lot-133'>2SO>.
ford County Hospital. 6/4 7995. double wide WANTED Mobile Hone Axle 782.3669.62.chg 6/11. summer top, size 816. Ad Today! *5 acres approx. 9 miles west el Starke-St. Rd. 100.
2tchg6/11. 12995. Come by and ee *. Paying the best price QUALITY TREE WORK trimming Jeeni, size 12, $5. Baby 934-8323 *Lawtay :301-CB ,'S19.SOO.ewn.fln..
large election of mobile for good condition axle fertilizing remov clothe, odd and ends, Lot on E. Call St. Call for details.
home Community Mobil 964.8331.9/11 tnchg ing. Phone 964-8477 after' 7 many bargain.. 1034 *7 l.acre lots, Brawnlee Rd. S4.000/A. 20% down/12,
Horn Sales. US-301 North. WANT TO BUY and used p.m. Free estimate 6/4 Southgate Dr. off Colley' 15 Words2.50 i 606W. Adkins-House ft SO' x 100' lot $11.000.
Starke. 964.8741 tfnch- typewriter adding 4tchg 6/25. Road Starke. Itchg 6/4 Eastwood Or. 3 Bit 2 B. panel carpet 32900.
IM7 PARK AVENUE mobile machine Must be In 3eadline Tues. Noon Call St. commercial 100' x 190' Owner fin. $9,900.
working condition.
home, good condition. S.S acres near Presbyt.Church ft ho.pl.ol-molr. offer.
964.5764.fn 2/12.
Move to own lot. 12 x 54. with Portable Buildings *20 acres. Rd. 100 W $27.990. Owner financed.
$3500. Phone 9645753. 43 Ac. Lowt.y area formerly"Bare Skin Lodge"$40.000.

Anytime. 6/4 2tchg 611.eeeMSOSSMSSSIS 964-5007.614 tire*. Will pay Itchg.$125. Phone SSZiHI I 0F .TAR} Western North Carolina Mis. ** 4.71 Country Acres Club Rd.lot 230A 1801 ft x Wilson 383'-nice Rd. $11.700.location-$10.000.

WILL PAY CASH for your Hundreds of Busy Call ft Water St. lot 235' x 16' Owner fin. $19.800.
used furniture. Phone aw 381S 86488296X10 Opportunities Rd. 16E Owner fin.
7 p 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. on
Mark at 964-5648 or *$500 mo. Income four, turn r.n.ol.-ColI& Bay 55.000.
9647189. Itpd 6/4. thru 12X5 -ONLY A DAY AWAY- Realtor A.aoelat.-AIt.r Hours

0 Strk Wayne Douglas. Broker-Salesman 964-659)
5 acres $7500 with nice views, Byron Terwillegar-944-7776 Gerrl Lennon4963140Marlen

-.maJ.1 as IL9n rt/ mtul dIIItm_ CARDIN BROS.Steve good access and a creek. 9% Roberts-964 Ann Terwlllegar-/505 Nelson-47S-1677 Martha Dorfco-72-3397

Open Sat & Sunday Cardln-Owner assumable mortgage. Hurry on

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2 miles N. of Starke on 301 eFUl DIRT LIMEROCX DRAINFIELDS FILL DIRT RELAID stream front at $1250/acre. 25% ESTIMRTES
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Come See Da 964-8534 .ROADS BUILTCULVERTS SEPTIC TANK SUPPLIES down and owner terms on II Thomas D. NttrU

SET COVERED balance. .496-3733 Lake Butler

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Old farm has 40 acres of

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$1000/acre with terms INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS
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Have your garage sale with us or open your own business Beautiful deep-water lot on .... ?!.IATE.UCENSeO..J. - -
to> |lust $4.00 a day. First week FREE on monthly rental. Wed..dl', Jam 10.10 arms lake has. underground power & Olin's Mobile
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while\ space Is available. phone good access. $16,500 ...." .... Home SalesFREE

:j; GAME ROOM OPENING SOON with 50% down, balance owner- New ft UsedSales.Parts.Servlce QUOTES
Commercial 964.5606
Downtown Keystone Heights on Consignment Property Phone
Highway 21.one block. of Hwy 100 Accepted financed. Elaine M. Olin Agent

; All Inventory ..-...E.Z.......Terms.....................
Old hotel int town partly ,
5." Would like To Exchange Any Information While Auto Parts Hardware '
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Auto Pttta Hunting A FlaNng equip. TEHMS Very -Remodeling...-............Repairs..-.......... KIR8YS
j' am particularly lnt*r*.td In Maria ROYALS
Qtnton Supplies Ptuntbtng.i, Elect SuppUft Cash or Check
:3Vlvarei., born approximately In IMS. mar- Hundreds of small acreage .nJ.;..... EUREKAS

:jr|.d December 12, 1143 to Cornelius John,. O 7c. Equip. (Cash tfstor Victor 520) with Bunk Utttrl listings from $1000/acre. PUMP HOOVERS

born May. IC2I. Maria had a brother or Pent S Paint. SuppI// Hatdwa Supp1. ElECTROLUX

relative' William C. Alvaros. who was approximately Fixtures. "Racks of Credit. FREE BROCHURE & FILTER QUEENS

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year Real' Estafo>< SoM at aoaeJlIr 1-800-438-8153

-Will b. glad to shore Information that I FJajnclss 25% Bonn 18% Pay of Sale TOLL FREEArrowhead .COMPANY......................... COMMERCIALWe repair all makes.

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Lake City Man Dies, 5 Passengers Hurt, In !tl.1 .'.
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Hospital in 'y \a
Shands Teaching \
'' killed and five i
'A Lake City man was J..1981 .
Gainesville where she is listed in llou won' eat this Oh'
other passengers In the car he was stable condition. Colleen was also ri VI a a
when the station
driving were injured

struck wagon In a power which they pole were head-on riding on taken intensive critical to Shands care condition unit where at in Shands.she the was pediatric listedin r,t 4 k i iI :a<' .f fa :-. 'cgr'RT: ; :,

SR-100, 28 feet east of NW 9th Avenuein ;
Mathew were
Lake Butler at 3:35 p.m. Saturday treaed Cathy,in Britt the emergency and room at ,*; 10,000 miles(still inder factory warranty) Six Cyl.A tlcTrens'Alr

May 30.Lester. Union General Hospital in Lake awk i iI 1 a Tinted Glass -'VVSW tinesVvlreV. QoVem -

Arnold McMillian, 56, of Butler and released after treatment. I Tape Stripes.*Black WBedflnyt\ ) InteriorSAI& 1N
Lake City was killed and became The station wagon was travelingwest
Union County's first traffic fatality of on SR-100 when it veered to the ;' !
and collided -
1981. Injured in the wreck were his right for no apparent reason 10,995
wife, Patricia McMillian, 52, of Lake head-on with a Florida Power
and Light pole, according to the
City; daughter. Cathy McMillian
and his Florida Highway Patrol.
Handly 28, grandchildren
Colleen Handly, four months old, The accident was investigated by ,
Brett Handly,5,and Mathew Handly, Trooper W.A. Wofford. The homicide M.E. "
2, all of Lake Butler, investigator was Trooper
Richardson. ,, s rvweataatrwwi
Mrs. McMillian was taken to

1 1 Guardsman Dies, 3 Hospitalized In Blending WreckAn ..J'o. :E
..' :t.
from Greensboro, Alabama.The menwere .,..' Wl: ."
Alabama .
winding up their annual two- ,. .. Economy &Comfort
killed and three others hospitalized I :.
after the Jeep they were riding in week training session at the camp ,", ,
'n 1- "
was involved in a traffic accident at when the accident occurred, accor- ; ,; .:'., ," .. ., ..L '," -
Camp Blanding at 3 p.m. Friday,May ding to the NG spokesman.Hill 'H ,' .. -..'- --...-.,..'.-:.:..:..".-.:...-_-_ _..__...,..._:J. .- __ __ #" -..--_-." 1981 Buick
29. according to authorities at the was driving a jeep that was j photo by Carl Tilley
base.A towing an empty quarter-ton trailer.
spokesman for the Florida Na- The jeep struck a bump causing the 2DR
tional Guard stated that Spec. 4 trailer to sway, according to the NG Following Closely Causes Accident
Robert L. Hill, 21, died after he was spokesman.The P
trapped beneath the vehicle. Sgt. spokesman stated the trailer $8695'j
William D. Morris, Staff Sergeant then pulled the Jeep off the road. The
charged Teresa V. Hicks. 17, of Starke was S
Clent E. Giddiens, and Spec. 4 TerryW. driver managed to get the jeep backon A Starke teenager was vehicle not injured but damage to the 1980 i.
road but couldn't control the with operating a
and taken to
Tubbs were injured without a valid drivers license and Ford sedan she was driving was 9 000 Miles
the Naval Regional Medical Center in jeep.
Jacksonville for treatment of in- The jeep then rolled onto the following too closely after her car was estimated at 1500. V &
The station was ,
shoulder of the road and pinned Hill involved in a traffic accident with a wagon
juries.The to turn right onto US-301
station at West Weldon Street preparing
attachedto underneath the vehicle, according to wagon
four were
and US-301 6:33 a.m. Monday,June when the car traveling in the same
the Florida Highway Patrol _
the 1166 Military Police Company 1. direction struck the station wagon in _

William David Haefeker, 24, of the rear, according to Starke Police

_ Woman Shoots Self In StomachA Hampton was not injured but damageto Department.Patrolman.
the 1973 Ford station wagon he was Sonny Jackson in- c-
The woman was identified by driving was estimated at$800. vestigated. .
is in stable condi
Starke woman Bowen as Teresa Lee, 22, of 202 North Velour Henor< Vinyl
tion after undergoing surgery
Broadway in Starke. Covers -Air Conditioning
Alachua General Hospital in
Gainesville after accidentally] SQJ" -: NEW 1,200
shooting herself in the abdomen at 1 1 The incident took place when Lee &
a.m. Thursday, May 28, according to heard a burglar and grabbed her .25 '
Starke Police Chief Jimmy Bowen calibre automatic rifle and shot
herself in the abdomen according to )gpL
Bowen. The signal SOS doe not stand for "Save Our Ship"or ::::: f
Postal Opening At She underwent surgery, as the "Stop Othar Signals." It is merely the most easi-
Brooker Post OfficeU.S. bullet went through her small In- ly understood and the most easily transmittable
testine, Bowen said. signal I I -only coincidentally translatable as SOS.
Postal Service announces an
examination for substitute rural car
rier in the Starke are Post Office with --..... ._--- 11II -.
an immediate opening at Brooker. .

Postmaster are W.H.now available Hicks said at applications the- .$ e. $ -

Brooker Post Office until June 12,

1981. 1980 Ghev. Blazer

Inmate StabbedIn

UCI DisputeA ((414))

Union Correctional Institution in-
mate was in serious condition at 19,495 Mice Slveredp Pagkeq@ Air a Tinted GJas. t
Shands Teaching Hospital In PowerWlndows' flower i 'Door"Locks ;I Part Time'Hubs I -
Gainesville following a stabbing incident
8 Track Stereo.Tu-Tooe Paint.
at the prison Monday, June 1, according AM-FM

ment of Corrections to David Skipper spokesman., Depart j. :) '. -I AS sALE :: j c

Skipper identified the inmate as Ed r 10,495 $8895
ward Kinson( 32, who was stabbed : MultiColorHiLo
once in the back after the convict ,
became involved in a dispute with two c (.
other inmates over poker game winn x .. 1
$ : $ -
ings.Kinson from( Jacksonville is servinga 1D
for and a concur-
life sentence rape
rent 30-year sentence for armed robbery ::
CARPETLevel 1980 Ford Bronco
Skipper reported there are two in- I
mate suspects in the stabbing. John
Henry Johnson, 27, serving a 45-year t
sentence for robbery, and Lloyd L. ((414))
life sentence for
Swans, serving a
murder. Both inmates are from Dade 16.00O Miles 302 V-8- Automatic Trans. Rower
County. No arrests had been made as Steering Power Brakes W/Traller Brakes Tu-Ton Paint I

this paper went to press $399 ', AM.FM.Stereo- ((5)) 10X15 AWL Tires Bench Seat .

s' Per Yd. v P
Traffic DeathPredictions :10,495 sALE $8895

By Ei-
FliP Are Close
Predictions by the Patrol for holi--
day traffic deaths over 1980 came extremely / '.

Highway Patrol.close reports Florida /,, lt ltrV itil qJ 1D : $

When totalled for the year, the
Patrol had predicted that 188 people
would be killed in traffic crashes over 1978 Ford Granada
the six holiday weekends and the actual -
count was 193.
The largest margin of error was on
Labor Day weekend when the prediction 2DR
was 23 and almost twice that
many died. The year before, 1979,had Vinyl Roof .V-8 Engine Power Steering a Power Brakes_ .
predictions totalling 148 over the
same holiday weekends and 176 died. AM-FM 8 Track-.Wire. Wheel Covers.
There were 36 fewer hours in the 1979
total count. '1P S
The prediction for the 78-hour ;" 'S3,995 SALE 31 95
period of the recent holiday ,; ,' :
Memorial Day, was 25 while 34 were or" J '
actually killed in traffic crashes. :J' ,.'
During the 78 hour period of the .:- '.' ..
weekend preceeding Memorial Day, : fill 1981 Trucks On
33 persons died. This may indicate
that more people stayed off the No Wax r.v.i
highways Colonel on Eldrige Memorial Beach Day Patrol Loop "Special Sale" During The ;::

director said "Predictions are made Month Of June Plus W@ fire
by averaging the past three years' Print & Tweeds Sheet Vinyl ,
totals for the same holidays and adding .
or subtracting the general .
Still Offering Biggesf:
for the current
percentage trend \
year. Predicting traffic deaths is a $ 9 9 \1t{ t;i ; $ a. '
responsibility; however, 3 ? 4
gruesome \ 7.
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Discount On ALL Car -
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we feel that by focusing attention on '!to !tflil: '"p Mnf fi"\ I
the dangers, some drivers will better be Per Yd _.:',! : l ;P; .c ." m ik Per y
more cautious when driving or Of A pealerlc
yet. stay home to celebrate" fth ) .

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You- are a fine

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Regards to all.

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You've Earned
be with it- with our
most hearty
you, Class We're expecting Congratulations.
great things from
of 1981 all of you, grads.

Keep that Rah Rah spirit!

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210 S. Temple ; '
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We hove high hopes that the
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4. Graduation June 4, 1981

I Last Will ir Testament. .

I SHARAA-TEW..leave: for next year. To Ricky you all! I To Richie Fender, I I, RONNIE KELLY beingof Frances and Tommie Sue "Terrific"-sister when you
Alvarez I leave all my fun leave my heart and soul to dirty mind and sound thanks for a very special depart this wonderful place.
To ray parents, my, far tremendous times and memories that take care of, love and body leave the following friendship that will endure This is Debbie Parmenter

love,.;,appreciation and support: through your I've had with him at BHS. To remember! I'll wait for you! things: To Claire I leave my through the passing of time. signing off.I .
twelve rough but fun yearsof the class of'82 and the future To Stacey Denmark I leavea AC/DC:' "Back In Black" To Hutch thanks love ya ,RICKY GRIFFIS.of dirty
school. Especially for this seniors may you have a lot of dozen chocholate chip 8-track for her to use next and see ya at the next ban- mind and fine body,leave
last-year which has meant so fun times and a lot of cookies my brush and your year. To my cousin Dawn I quet. To Buddy I leave Mrs. Miller's class to all

much to, me. 'Thank you.. I memories during your brother John. To Norma leave my ability to avoid many hopes for the future under classmen. I would
(loves both.with all my senior: year. Canova all the luck in the alternate school. I leave all and a big "I love you". to leave my notes to Randy
heart you.4o Randal L.Reddish. world with "We know who"! Juniors with the following: Pam Hawkins I leave my Luke but I never took any.
j if( there; is,one year of school 1, SHEILA WYNN, leaveto To John Bennett some "Beware of Mrs. Julie T. back spikes, keep up the To Coach Faulk's offensive
that should bejremembered. Karen Chitty all my dou- maturity common sense, Miller". I leave Mrs. Dey good work "Wilma" -To my line I leave my outstanding
il it.t would be my Senior Year, ble punched cards and my and my phone number which with the hope that coach Thanks. At last I leave ability; to the team I leave ;
thanks to You have used printer spacing charts.To you never used. To Andrew somewhere, somehow, she 'ole Bradford to the Class of my talents of Goldbricking. '.
made this" the best year of Michele Hedding, I leave Bryant I leave Daneila will find another me, I also '82 & '83. Good luck! And To all young men I hope you )

my life. There is no year in all my tardy slips, as I know Rigby take care of her. To leave her all the memoriesof Good Bye! can grow a mustache as
history that could :ever be she will need them. Twenty- Nancy I leave a prop for me in hope she NEVER -I, KATHY HENDERSON, good as mine. To Bom Bom
better, the one in five dollars goes to Alan your ring to show off. I EVER forgets me. I promiseMrs. of sound mind and chunky and T.S.M. I leave a lot of
which exceft.! Thank Hedding in hopes that he will wouldn't want your arm to Dey one day I will get body hereby bequeath to all shaving cream. "I still love
you for your love. I love you, buy a new pair of Brogans. get tired. Also a rope to around to writing all those students (juniors especially) y'all". To Lori Muse I leave
Randy; to my-sister. Sheila And last but not least, I keep "HIM" tied down sets of lines and essays I owe a difficult and trying time in you the talent of passing
to me, you are the greatest leave all the memories of the because that's what it'll her! (If added up I probablyowe the next school year; so as to notes in class without getting .
little sister anyone could wild and crazy times I had in take.I. you a couple of thousand help you mature as I have in caught. To Big 10 and
ever have. I consider myself my Senior year to the classof lines!) leave to Sherri Nor- one whole school year. I be- Nip I leave a lot of memory,
lucky to have a sister who '82 and I hope that ya'lls MIKE WHIFFEN beingof man the hope she's able to queath to Tammy Yon a bottle trouble and advice. To all
does anything that she can to year will be as much fun as warped mind, peculiar drive her Senior year! I of super-glue to use for backstabbers, and big
help me. I leave you all of mine was. sonality and leave all my Senior fun typing so that you may type mouths I leave NOTHING I
my "little secrets" on passing character, do hereby cast times to all Juniors. Also, I fast and have long nails! To A piece of advice to all
tests. Ha!Ha!I. I wish you I, DEBRA M. AKE, leaveto upon Mrs. Dey one headachea leave all Juniors this: my Vickie Carver I leave all the young men. don't fall in love
the best in your future years. Cindy Alderman all my day for the rest of her life book .'101 ways to pass Ad- memories bad & good, that until you graduate. To Mrs.
Lulf ya lots. To the most bad teachers and all the long just to remember me by. To vanced English 12' is on we have shared the past Miller and Coach Hurse, a
outstanding teacher. Coach periods. To Drew Andrews I Mrs. Scott and Mrs. sale at Mrs. Redding's year. Remember all of our great big thank you.
dkinson, your class out of leave the bag of doughnutsthat Thomas, I leave all of the counter for $10.95 plus tax. chats in typing (we were I, DALE UNDERHILL.do
twelve years of school has I didn't eat. To all the books I never returned: To able to type & talk fast To hereby endow upon those
been my most favorite one. Juniors I leave Mrs. Miller Vicky Carver I leave my JANET WILLIAMS: My all students who plan to take who enter into the lethal
Not only has your class been and all my luck. Halloween Diapers and"Wink" last will and testament is Shorthand I, I steps I have trodden throughthe
my favorite it has been my gets my Halloween that all my enemies becomemy bottle of EXTRA years of treacherous
most learning class also. I I, SUE MEADOWS, beingof Dress. I leave the Science friends and those that STRENGTH NO DOZE. For wisdom and knowledge I
guess the reason for that is sound mind and body Department the ashes from are my friends remain my this class is truly meticulousand was forced to acquire
because you have a different leave to my sister Karen my Science Project friends. The remaining boring. To Wanda through tests quizzes,
way of communicating with Chitty all the fun and goofy backboard. I leave to students at BHS, I wish you Smith, I bequeath 100 cases essays trials inspections, f
the class than the rest of the times I've had during my Coaches Greathouse and all the success in life. May of Kleenex that I have used probes and the thousands o f
teachers that I have had. Of senior year. All the dizzinessto McGnff all of my blown up God and my love always be while crying in your class. books I had to read, study I[
all your jokes, I like the but help her through at the carburetors. As a bonus' I with you. You are truly my favorite and memorize. I do inform '
terfly with the hiccups the Steak House and all the luckin leave Coach McGriff a 77 teacher, best friend and thee that noxious obfuscation 1
best. May God bless you, the world. Good luck Ford van without an ignitionor I I. JOEY HERRES, being "adopted sister!" Take care shall fill the innermost
Coach. Take care. To Mrs. Cricket Love ya,Lamoo! To fuel system, and a nextyear's of feeble mind and out-of- juniors have a wonderful of your mind body and soul, ,i.
Emma Redding I leave mymother's Lori Flynn, Daneila Rigby of M-M-M..To all of proportion body leave most time. Enjoy the aggravation but do not fear because this ,
most kind words and Lori Muse, I leave the Seniors. I leave of my "school possessions"to frustrations and panic obstacle will soon leave you, I
Ha! Ha!' will power and strength to Macbeth and a bottle of No- Randy Parado. To Terry of graduation. that is when you cease to be. '
make it through the next two Doze hidden somewhere in Massey I leave the ability to Cunning instructors shall I

1, SHERRY STROBLE, years. You'll need it. All the Mrs. Miller's class. I leave stay out of alternate school.To I, JEFF MOORE being of bewilder: you with unknown f
leave all of Coach Sexton's fun times we've shared at Mrs. Miller "Gone With TheWind" Kathy Norman I leave little body, no mind and ITOMMIE-SUE MARSHALL ;
aides a word of advice. Be dances and in Mrs. Smith'sWprld to be memorized in my straight-legged jeans nothing sound, hereby leave being of disorderly j
prepared to TYPE! To all History class. A its entirety for class tomor- and topsiders. I leave my so- all my love to Wynette mind and body I hereby
bunch of food to munch on. row and finally to BHS staff !
the Juniors that went off called "musical talents" to Joyner. Oh and also me leave Chuck Williams, the t
campus for lunch and got You all can also have my leave. Beth Francis.: And Juniors, (myself) To Jeff Lawson I to put up.with Mr. !
caught, I leave them my book which you never had I, DEWAYNE McBRIDE watch out she'll be there leave all the pots and pans irf patience Your gonna need
reserved seat at McDonald's and the old homework to while in sound mind and next year Mrs. Miller- God the backroom at Wendy's.To all the help you can get. I
copy from. Good luck, I loveYou're body, hereby leave all of my forbid you get on her bad Michelle Muse I leave my leave to Karen Chitty

following possessions to the side.To Gina Lane,have fun smart mouth, and a hot mop enough popcorn and cokes
upcoming seniors of '82, and with the senior class! To To Red-
at Wendy's. Randy for all next years ball
#81l7R all the other Vickie Carver I leave my dishI leave my seat in Ag games, because I won't be q'
underclassmen: Mrs. smile as if she needs any and my knowledge to skip there for you to bum off of.
i Miller's English vocabularytests more. To Mrs. Redding, I do and Bradford
the way I to To Bo, Ricky and Ellis I
which will be taken leave all things everyone got
High I leave saying.THANK leave a small message,
every Friday. All the ex- away with and hope the GOD!II "Stay in class". To Debbie
penses of being a senior at Juniors do as well.I Hasting I leave the

BHS. Coach Hurse's P.E. DEBORAH LYNN memories of our talks. To
class and his football field LEONARDO VETO PARMENTER being of not Sissi I leave all the patienceto
t which he loves more than DICANDIp, III, being of so sound mind and body am put up with our Johnny
anything. I leave to you Mrs. sound mind and healthy leaving what might be To Angel Folsom I leave
Redding, who was always body, do hereby leave my
.thought of as valuable property Mike, though you already
You havereached asking me "Dewayne where wit to William Patrick Shan- to a few of the less for have him. But take good
were 4th period?" I non (Rooster). To Frank
you have
a tunate here at BHS. I care of him anyway. To
goal in leave to you all this beautiful Robert and William, a decided to leave classroomsand Faith Roberts I leave the
of BHS. I leave to friendship that will last
campus their teachers (nothing $3.00 owe her. Don't get excited
v life and you, the principals of BHS forever. To Hutch, I leave few
BEST personal, teachers) to a Faith you don't have it
you have Duncan Doughnuts Traitor you my "toothly" smile! To "dear" friends. I am doing yet.. Robby Harris I leave
a great Thomas and last but not Warney Adkinson, I leave
this great deed because I love. To
done it I group grads, and least Mr. (Baldee) Hall. your best friend U.F.O.! To know they "love" these you Susie my Welch.undying I leave the best
Frances I leave !
your way. we salute you. you Jerry classrooms SO much. I leave friendship a person could
And to Lorrie I leave !
Mrs. Smith's classroom to ask for. Your a very special
MILLER and MICHELLE Teresa Baldree. One year is person and I am glad we are
SAPP being of big mouth I, LORRIE CHAPPELL. not enough. You can have friends. To all those
Good luck, and little mind, do hereby being of warped mind and Mrs. Lawson's classroomalso. lonesome girls I leave the
leave Jennifer Nix all our healthy body, hereby leave I leave Bryan Clark handsome and adorable

SUNSHINE all of you. typing skills Drew Andrewsour my ability vocabulary to pass test Mrs.Miller's and. Mrs. Miller's classroom.You Rodney Jackson who has a
I highest congratulationsfor can tell me what I miss heart of gold. To Mrs. Pat
work to
passing American memory Tammy ed. I want you two to split terson I leave my love and
To Scott Polk I
History with a little help Hersey.
Mr.. Miller's room into two goodwill.' You were a
from his friends, and Karen leave many fond memories
Let's be fair.
ELECTRIC equal parts. spiritual inspiration to me.
& Stacey, our blessings as well as an everlasting
Distribute the remaining I leave
To Vanessa ,
.. and beer to friendship. To Ricky David.
nerve pills mugs
". K' classrooms as well. I want
MOSLEYTIRE all the bruises that you gave
\ get through Mrs. Miller'sEnglish Kenny, Mark, DeWayne
two to be nice and share I
you arm. In-closing
class next for and Bill, leave one free'day my poor
'I 3p4 6C.al; St. CO. year in 5th period. To Debbie fairly with Beth Francis. leave to all those unmentioned -
Craig we our great
,, Let's not forget Shawn Hart, my love friendship and
luck with
voices for Chorus Phillips good you
: Rt. 4, Box 1551 singing Wynette Joyner Lex Green, most of all a lot of strengthto
: \Staikq Fla. __ next year and for the rest know who and so do II! Mrs.J. Maria Darley, and the survive their last days at
: 't1s1\ -- Starke we leave our great will to Miller, I leave a great big others either. Oh, by the '
.964 964-6600 party! thank you! For making me I have a favor to ask of
j 5060r way BHS.More
\-"-" ":. > >. ; .. work and study to pass your Please leave 'this 5Page
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wonderful to
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phrases, lore, words and dan, I leave my old job as For my second and third leave Mrs. Redding.To Donny I, ROBIN E. STEPHENS my 1981 maroon black pin
astute terms you have cheerleading captain. To all periods I leave Hutch with Brooker I leave the being of warped mind andweird strip A-28 with tinted windows
never heard before and probably the Varsity cheerleaders, I my plant. I leave Lori Allen jnce (to dance the night body here do by and sunroof top. For
will never use. Only a leave a great year of funyou'll and Kenny Wright my place away). To Robin and Angie I declare this my last will and T.P. and E.H. I leave my
few words of advice to ye never forget. And lastly in the greenhouse. leave leave Mrs. Bain. To Marvin testament. To Sybil Kelly book on how to prepare good
whom are lowly in heart and to>> all the wreckless Blain three ((3)))
Dyal Sugar Norman I leave my ability to and Laura McRae I leave meals. For the teachers\ I
stricken of learning. Adhereto drivers at BHS, I leave my Daddy's to ruin his teeth .always keep my mouth In my worn out chorus music leave a memory.
my words and ye shall parking place I II with and I leave Randy Con- .gear. To Deborah Johns I and all the BAD jokes my

prosper. 1. Find your own ners. nothing, because he leave all my t overdue>> books better half, Doug York, told I, SUSAN WALL, leave ,f
particular talent; 2. Be big; SHERRA MOTT, was so selfish with the for her to put up. To'Dana me. I also leave them the Vonda Kay Ayer my
3. Be honest; 4. Live with en- becoming less and less Nacho cheeses that. Blain Luke I leave Coach Adkln- ability to>> talk all during typewriter, erasable bond
thusiasm; 5. ,Don't let sound in mind and body, wanted to bad. For my son and smiles. To Jennifer chorus\ (when we're supposeto typing paper in hopes that .
possessions possess you,6.Don't ; leave Ronda Stern Mrs. fourth period I leave Mrs. Nix, I leave all the good be singing) without get- she will continue to grow In
worry about your problems Miller's ten pound notebookto O'Brian my love and a miles in P.E. and last but not ting caught. To Bryan speed and accuracy. To
; 7. Look up to people confer upon when the going smile. And I leave all the least, I leave Mr. Thomas Stephens, my blue eyed Mischell Clemens I leave my
when you can down to no gets tough. To Robin under classmen: and girls and Dr. Hall to keep the rest brother, I leave all my notes knowledge of shorthand and ''I
one; 8. Don't cling to the Stern, I leave patience totglerate lots of luck in the years to of you brats In line. and papers from my four my pad because I won't take
past; 9. Assume your full two more years ofschool. come, they will need it. For years at BHS. Maybe he can them with me. To Michael
share of responsibility in the Just enjoy yourself my fifth period I leave Mrs.A. 1, TIMOTHY DALE obtain some knowledge from Saton I leave all my I.
world; 10. Strive to be hap- and Graduation will come Miller with all the troubleof FAULKNER hereby leave them (because I didn't). To memories of t stencils f
py; 11. Look to the Lord for too soot"!!' I give Beth Francisthe grading the papers of the Randy Reddish my little the future guys of BUS, I and dito's and Rope he gets ,'
I help in all things. With this I task of helping Mr. Har- next year students, and alsoa Buddy tthe Library, for leave my georgeous blonde an aide as good as me next n
leave you now to depart to dy lead the Chorus to do smile to carry her on. I skipping. Good Luck! And to haired, green eyed sister, year. To Warney Adkinson I
college. By the way good their very best, (this also in-V leave Tracy Hankerson witha next years seniors, the lucky Carla (Lucy), who will be leave my love in hopes he
luck. eludes bossing the director.) pencil to use for( the rest of ones, Mrs. Brunetti, the the future Strawberry Queen will get well. Last but not J
And to the Chorus I leave"A the year. For my sixth world's meanest teacher and maybe the future Miss least I leave my brother .
: I, LINDA MANNING, being Song for Graduation Day" period I leave Mr. Westcottmy (Just kidding! Hal! Hal). Universe, so look outll! (But Wayne all my cheating
of sound mind and body because each of you are a place at the table in frontof Good Bye school I shall she's got( a while yet because skills, knowledge and
wish all my fellow part of my song. the room. I l leave the miss you. Keep Good the she's only 7 years old)I And memories of all my fun 7f
,I classmates the best of luck under classmen lots of luck way you are. Good Luck *82, finally to my high school times in hopes that he will 1k
i in the years to come. I thank Being of sound mind and and a smile to help them '83, '84 & '85. sweetheart, Doug York, I have as much fun as I did.I .
I Mrs. Osborn for teaching me body, I, JAMIE STARLING, through the years to come. leave all my love( and thanks
. more than any teacher that I leave the class of "82" the Last but not least I leave the I, BRET SMITH, being of for making my high school VICKY SHEFFIELD, be1 1 .
I have had in all my years of ability to strive for the best.I whole BHS with my love and sound mind and a wonderful years worth remembering.I ing of sound mind and : tJ
f school. I leave all my useless leave Mrs. Brunetti's class kindness and the best of luckto body,do leave to Andy Chaff warped body do here. by :
! Literature notes to Brenda to Nancy Wallace, all of my the students and the my ability to catch large SUSAN DOUGLAS, be- leave my'sister a bottle of : ,;41 j
: Willingham (Lord knows, English cheat notes to( Tam- teachers. So long. I'll come: mouth bass on 5 lb. test line ing of sober mind and kinky Tylenon for all her
, she needs all the help she my Barnes, Mrs. Anne visit one day.I and to Paul C. Hutchins I body leave the following headaches that she's going( j,
can get!) I wish all the Miller's class I leave to leave my ability to tell tall things: I leave the Reverend to get when she goes to take
! seniors to come, good luck in Marie Pendarvis and being CHARLENE CAMP- fish tails and to Tina I will Carter the ability to do wick- her classnotes in Mrs. J. II.I t
Mrs. A. Miller's class: on all kicked out of the library by BELL, do hereby bequeathto never leave!II ed things on Saturday night Miller's English class. To
I those useless vocabulary Mrs. Scott I leave to Mary Campbell, my typing and preach about them on next years annual. staff I
r tests EVERY FRIDAY 1 Deborah Johns. and business ability; to VAUNDA BROWN, be- Sunday. Long may the leave you Mrs. Bain. And to
! Last of all, I want to say Sharon Jefferson, all my ing of unsound mind and Reverend Carter live under next years classes editor I
goodbye and good luck to all I I. GINA RASNICK, beingof typing skills; to Adrine unstable body do hereby the care of Desparado leave all the patience you ,
my friends. often sounding mind and Pollard my charming sweet leave my volleyball Williams. I leave both of can get. I leave to all the, .11
diminutive body, do hereby personality; to Renee uniform No. 10, to Tracy these fine young men the underclassmen Mr. Thomas
I leave: My broken, anti- Wimberly my sexy walk; to Hankerson. I leave those ability to wash dishes, clean to keep them 't
'As my Last Will and quated clarinet to Mr.Wood- Tony Bell, a warm friendly daring freshmen girls my toilets, and mop floors,while straight.'g'g
Testament". I, DEE fin. My name on a desk for smile; to Phyllis Wright, her sore fingers and arms. To they are In the "single" I, LYNNETT : t
i GASKINS, leave my data Mrs. Dey. To Brian only love, Kent Hood; to next years basketball team I catagory all (of f their life. I HAMILTON,. of sound mind "
processing programs to Bowman, a promise that I Robert Carver a dozen leave all the agonizing leave Witchie the ability to and able body do hereby ;
Karen Chitty, so she can will never back into his car watermelons; to Marn Lof- "suicides" Coach Thomas build a new and modern leave Robin, Angia, Connie :.
I carry them forth into the again. To Chuck Johnson, tin, a room of Big Mac's to made us run after 2 hours of broom. I leave one of my and Harriet the annual staff
future world of computers. my hopes that he'll never eat his way out of; to Mrs. practice. To next years soft- secret friends, Snocker, the and Mrs. Bain. "Good
For future use in Mrs. J. run into my car again. To Harrington, another typing ball team I leave all the luck ability to make it through Luck"! To next years editor ..
Miller's class, please see George LeVasser and all the brain, Sharon Jefferson; to in the world in hopes they go another year of Grad Nite. I I leave hazzles and eor u- I'
that Shelley Sikes receives trombones, an assurance of Norma Canova. one last all the way to state and win. leave Doug a rose to give sion. And to the Juniors I :
all my pens, pencils, and ex- safety from my baton. To date with David Sparks; to To Miss S. Smith I leave my Angela. I leave Thomas, my leave all my notes In Mrs. }
tra paper for ALL THOSE fourth period Psychology, a Mrs. Denton, my cooking typewriter and all the thingsI best friend Deborah, who I Miller's Senior English. And t
USELESS NOTES THAT lasting impression, and a ability; to Henry Berry, all ve typed, especially the 20 hope( can shade this poor girl last I leave my bookke!. ng .r
MUST BE TAKEN! In con- vow to come back and help of my love>> forever.I page BSCS final exam. To from so many bright lights. I award to Joy. .t
clusion, I bid farewell to my them when I get my doc- Mr. Miller I leave my leave Wayne Cribbs all my .
fellow chorus classmates.I'll torate. At Bradford High JOYCE THORPE, beingof notebooks that I have kept notes( on how to open a soda r:;
cherish all the fond School many memories, unsound mind, and..let'snot during the year in hopes that pop bottle. I leave Darrell 9 '': ::
memories of the good times both fond and bittersweet. get into the body part, do he might use it to teach next Thornton my one and only More on page

we've had, and I wish to say, Finally, from Starke hereby bequeath my sloppy, years Algebra III students.To ace bandage since I won't be
Good Luck in the future in Florida( and to Searcy, gossip-ridden B.S.C.S. notes Mrs. J. Miller I leave all here to fix his muscle any
I whatever you may do, and Arkansas.lleave. and papers complete with those difficult words for next more.I .
. last of all Goodbye to Mr. answers to Cheryl Furrowin years seniors,along with my
Hardy. I, PAMELA DUFFY, be- hopes she can blow Ms. Hamlet notebook. To Mrs. DEBORAH GREEN,be-
ing of semi-sound mind and Smith's curve.: To Lee Orton, W. Smith I leave the part of ing of deteriorated mind and 1

' I, DOUG YORK, being of body, do hereby declare this I leave my notes from Mrs. her desk space I occupied warped body leave the
'I sound mind and body do to be my last will and testa- Miller with this appropriate during my stay in her class. following: Tt>>Dan and Doug,
I' hereby give Wendell T. a ment. I bequeath my quote, "All ye who enter Before( I go I would like to my beloved brothers,I leave
. helpful tip. If you ever get numerous and very sloppy here, abandon hope."David wish everyone a happy and my ability to( graduate from
( lost going to Alabama just BSCS notes to Dottie Sapp is to receive my love life. May everyonebe good ole BHS hopefully they
call Sherra M. or Beth S. Wilkison she'll need them. famous "innocent look" >> and God bless you.I can accomplish( this within
They've been there so many To Camella Livingston I which has saved me from I the next decade. To Witchie, 4
times they should know the leave my A vs C notes and many a day in alternate CHRISANDRA Mark, Drew and Frankie, I
way by heart.I my bottle of N-Doz, use school heaven knows he'll HAMILTON, being of sound leave Mrs. Miller, who will
and able
I them in good health and need it. To Ms. Smith, I mind body leave have them reciting Canter-

J I, BETH STARKER,being grades. The Art Club leave my science back- my cheerfulness and good bury tales and reading
of sound mind and body do food leaving in the capable board-since Mom refuses to personality to next years Hamlet. To Witchie I also
editor because when
hereby leave the following hands of Karen Thorpe let me burn it properly. To leave the park benches of
possessions to the following carry on in my tradition the my sister Karen, I leave my Mrs. Bain turns your layouts Disney World for I am sure
down and all
people> : to Robin Tatum. I tradition of craziness and fool-proof method of sleep- will up, (need it. I around wish Lois you he'll need them again next
disorderliness. To Cheryl ing with eyes To the flakey
leave all of my English notes your open year.
Moore the best of luck ten
from Mrs. Julie Miller'sclass' Furrow, good luck in the she'll definitely need it her from Reverend Carter I leave my
now singing -
including future in Science Fairs and senior year. Lastly and best friend Susan. To AngelaI '
Lost" tapes. To'' Spanish >,Conferences. You more importantly I leave career.I leave ,my loving (?) We .wish... each:' ;
the rest of the BUS double curse brother Doug..To "Moose" I -
Wendall Tomlinson a plane can do it. To my you of
ticket,for two to Alabama:: Class of 1961, wish you all may have gotten rid of me being, KEVIN of sound RANDOLPH mind and leave all the good things of you... greathappiness.
To Stacey Denmark. I leave the luck in the world. Last but in just 4 short years my leave all Department To the Ag. I : .
'sound body, my I''on; ;
all of my great typing skills. but. not least, to my little twin-terror> brothers will be love to one girl being that leave dairying ,I, ..
brother, Daniel, I' leave here to carry on my reign of '"know-how". I wish all the this occasion.
School still mischief! Good luck Seniors .she never gave me the underclassmen all the hap- .
I,MELISSA MAYO, beingof Bradford High chance I wanted. I leave her ,
in tradition !- :81. pinesa they can find at BHS.
and intact. Continue my
sound mind body, with a smile hoping that she
hereby leave the following: but mostly don't wait I, SHELLY ROWE beingof i remembers me. I also leaveto l"" I. 0
.To Stacey Denmark I leave until your senior,:year to>> sound mind and body do my friends all of the hap-- KATHY,GRIFFIN being ,
of sound mind and soul I
Mrs..,Miller's English notes; have fun. hereby leave to my) sister, piness in the world while leave for the lower classmen ,
although they are lengthy Diane, all my English notes they attend school this next
and boring. To Lisa Rowe, I I, LIZ HODGES,'being as and headaches. To my good year. To my classmates I forS.G.lleavemyrulesandregu1atlons
leave her, my shorthand short 'and sassy as ,I am, friends: boyfriend Randy, I wish them success in ever- of> poping bubble Alligator Crook Ranch
notebooks she needs them! leave BHS, and leave my leave my parking space. To thing they do. I wish that all gum. 1. Never pop gum Fred MuellerUS
To Mrs.; Register I gladly memories behind. For my Steve Carter I leave a bat-. my money be left to Michell around a teacher. 2. Pop 301 South
when she's not around
first period teacher I leave PaceMaker. To gum
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I. KATHY HENDERSON, I, MELISSA MAYO I. SHERRY STROBLE. well know soloist. And me, time to walk down by the Monte Carlo. 2. Sherry Stro-
leave class prophecy: In predict the following things predict that Randy Harris Dewayne Edward McBride stream, or whatever else I ble will marry Mike Jackson
the my 2000 we can see about my friends at BHS' and Terri Thomas will be shall become known world please to do.In ten years I and they will start their own
I Beth year Starrer "Most Depen Beth Starner will be married married and have 20 kids by wide for his famous saying see Tonto Green with all her singing group. 3. 'Terri
dable" spending hours on with 10 kids within the next 2 1990. Samira Wall will live in "The mind is it's own place, little Desparados. Tonto Thomas and Randy Harris
the.phone, gossiping about years. Kathy Henderson will a Rose Garden because and in itself can make a Green will teach all of her will marry have 1 dozen
others, for she really is probably be serving time in that's all she dreams about. Heaven of Hell and a Hell of little Desparados to grow up children and start their on
(Poor loves her Heaven." be After all Used Car lot. 4. Traci Smith
reliable in telling us "all the jail for driving without a girl no one ) and Dairymen.
facts". We see Bobby Martin cense. Sue Meadows will Terry Tatum will be the of the little Desparados grow will become the richest old
one of Starke's most get married, as soon as she vice-president of the biggest WE. MARY ANNE up there will just be Tonto maid in Fla. (Unless the
I as crooked car salesmen that can talk someone into it. lumber yard in Lawtey. MILLER AND MICHELLE Green and Big Desparadoleft right man comes along.) 5..

baby face is so convincing in Terri Thomas will be the. Suzette Rodrigue will retire SAPP. feel that most of our to live happily everafter. Donna Crawford will be the
selling cars. I see Melissa next president of the Com- from T.G.&Y at the age of 99 classmates will be all nice In ten years I see the first woman to win the
Mayo as a farm gal living in munity Bank And last but to run a gas station. and settled down with 2 kids Reverend still doing wicked Gatornationals. 6. Michelle

Hampton. We see her not least, Kenneth I I. SUE MEADOWS, and a dog but as for us, we things on Saturday night and Sapp will become the new
feeding cows slopping pigs, Etheridge, my sweet little predict 1. Michael Jordan can still be found on the preaching good on Sunday owner of Pantry Pride. 7.
planting fields and riding "farmer boy", will most will own a music disco and beach just bumming around. morning.I Mary Anne Miller will start
horses.I likely spend the remainderof marry Karen Chitty. 2. Melissa Winkler will be torn DEBORAH GREEN, her own newspaper called
his life with between 2 lovers and Traci the Tillman Times. 8.
a "city Melissa Mayo will own a see in 10 years the Reverendand
I, BETH STARNER. slicker". food factory and eat her life Smith will still be trying to Susan with a house full Melissa Eaves will devote
predict that in the future let her hair grow out and her time to changing
Michelle will of
away. 3. Sapp little Nuns and Priests.
Terri Thomas and Randy I I. LIZ HODGES, predict Ronnie will be to
Kelly still try diapers. 9. And I am going
off his feet and Witchie will have invented
sweep Joey a
Harris will be married that in the future Carlton
ing to get his English credit.I. sit in my rocking chair
marry him. 4. Bill Grodge new broom and will be on a
the farm kids Jones will his
(on Ag with 20 own own listen to AC/DC with Renee !
will still be dating 9th test flight to the moon. Don
running around.Sherra Mott hospital and only have girls
RONNIE KELLY, Crawford until those ten
when he's will be
graders 30.5. Ken- starting linebackerfor
will become the director and working for him. I predict
predict in 10 years with my years are up.To all the other
Clark will the
6. Gators.
ny go pro. fighting Doug
participant of the that in the future Beverly
academic achievements, Seniors that leave Bradford
Melissa Winkler will and Angela will be marriedin
Metropolitan Opera. Mary Chitty will get married and I'm sure I will be English I hope you have no troubles
Robbie Pierce and live in a the summer of 84. Susan
have about kids. I
Anne Miller will become a 6 predict
Department head at good rebuilding reputationsafter
mansion and own a clothing will become an EMT and your
comedian in club that in the future Chuck
a night at '
'ole BHS. In 10 I'm finds out
of 7. Sheila years work the of her life everyone you
string stores. rest at
Michelle will Johnson will become
Vagas. Sapp great
sure Deborah and Susan will graduated from BHS.
Wynn will marry five men Bradford County Hospital.
friends with Mrs. Brunetti. I
jecome an English
still have the
ability to
and have thirty children by Ronnie will have to leave his I, CATHY LeMIRE.
follow in Mrs. Julie predict that in the future
cards. In I
great 10 see
years that in 20
the time she's 40. 8. to hereby prophecy
Millers footsteps Melissa Chip will become a preacherand Nancy marrying "the Sog" graduation ceremony
Johathon Johnson will be come to our zo-year( reunion. years from now Kim
(Winkler will still be torn between own his own church. and
living out saying
married to Valerie Vaunda will become a very Clemons will be sitting at
two _lovers._ _
n I I. CHARLENE CAMPBELL Hightowner and live on her "Love is true"In 10 years famous vet her specialtywill home taking care: of her four
I. JAMIE STARLING, predict the 1981 parent's land.I Mary Anne will be married be taking care of children and her husband.
'predict Susan Douglas the Senior Class for the years to and have at least 5 kids. In 10 miniature horseflies. Last Kim Boyer will be married

,resident someday. Debra1reen'a come, the young men that DEWAYNE McBRIDE, years Michelle will still be but not least, Mrs. Julie and divorced with six
great farmer. Bar- are going in the Army will prophecy that Kenny Clark sneaking off with people Miller will be the next presi- children. Donna Crawfordwill
')ara Norsworthy marry and all be in Europe. Two of the will make his career in after various social events dent of the United States.I still be single and living
':lave 20 children. Jerry ladies will go to Europe also. baseball and will marry (even fashion shows). with her parents. Terri
:Nadsworth always working The ones that married will Melissa Winkler, Chrisandra I, SUSAN DOUGLAS, predict, the students at BHS Tatum will join Kelly Slade I
;,fIt McDonalds.: have a nice family of one or Hamilton will become predict in ten years I see will no longer be able to skip and myself working at l ,
; I. PAMELA DUFFY as two children.: The rest will very well known myself in the heart of the again. And that they will be .. Hardee's to help ends meet.I .
)for the "Class Prophecy", to Santa Fe until businesswoman. Charlene
go they geta mountains in a 25 room in good hands.I KELLY SLADE hereby
like most classes both degree. Campbell shall become one house will look
house. that in
My prophecy ten
)Before and after we'llJipht of the rank TOMMIE SUE MARSHALL years
us, army's highest
like a big mansion on a hill. June Griffis will still be slav
I, DEBRA MAKE, predictin do hereby put forth
up and each go in our ing women of officers. David ,
I'll have a big game room, a ing at Kentucky Fried
but we'll 5 years I see Dorothy Bell Sparks will become world these prophecies in the next away
seperate ways, big den with a fireplace a Chicken. When she is not at
with 4 kids and another one 10 these things
fun had
the Juanita Bet-
never forget we renown doctor
huge kitchen with a old work she will be home tak-
as seniors at Bradford High on the way. Dorthy and Mike tersen will become a famous (hopefully will not) come
wooden stove, a couple of ing care of her husband Ed-
> living in a camper with an : Daniel about. (Not exactly in this
J school always wishing to writer Doster ten
bedrooms 3 4 bathrooms, and her children.
or dy, six
outside bathroom. order). 1. Ronnie Kelly and
and from will be
rules still
regula- now
t-hange: years
and whatever else I want. I Luana Mundorff will have
)ions and somehow bending I I. KEVIN RANDOLPH, the same. Joey Herres will see myself with friends Kathy Griffis will devote finally started gaining
all: those rules hopefully predict that we will be rulersof become a well know pianist. and their precious time to riding
coming over
always weight even get
around Starke in a Green may up
Sherra Mott shall becoma
without getting caught.Oil the world. aW&'RE
: having a good time.. I'll have to 120 IDS. Sherry Trenthamwill

i be married and her and

',,' : WINNERSALL I I Steve will still be arguing '.
: over why she was riding
: 5u."CCJ $ around before school one ,
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.' morning. Lynnette Hamilton I,
will be living with her
J JWe're f.
parents and will still be "
... ',, _,.,.- -,.., / 1_ PROUD engaged to Jeff Wainwright.
Karen Holtz will have run off '
OP YOU with a rich handsome ['
airplane pilot! Kevin
Williamson will still be try y
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still be striving for president
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CATHY LeMIRE, beinga
well developed mind and a
decent body, do hereby

leave my little Mike LeMire Clarence F. Guff/an/ / Deborah Jan CW._ Lavon Griffin Debra Ann GrtHlt ; '
all my cheat notes so that Kathy June EI'' GrIHIt r_na Kathleen( CrrfftsChrliondra 'I .
maybe one day he will
graduate and I wish him all
the luck in the world and he
will need it. To Lisa Dukes I
leave all my abilities to see .r
I and maybe she will be ableto
do better. To the facultyand
the students of Bradford
High I wish them all the best
of luck in the years to come. GO GET 'EM
Good luck to the seniors of
'82 and so on.I .

KELLY SLADE, beingof

somewhat frazzled mind ., L. Hamilton Randal J. Harris. ., Short., M. Hanfcvrson. Gloria Joan Hamilton doss off .
and superb body, do hereby
leave all my crumpled 1 t
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Tatum. To David Vickery, I
leave my ability to party in-
stead of doing homework but i
yet still pass Julie Miller's
class. To David I would also
like to leave all the luck in
the world he's going to need
'til!t To Janae Secrest, I
leave the word "cool" in

hopes that she will carry on .,1 i
the real meaning of it 1 .
throughout her days at i
Your talent and energy
To all the 1
High. On* Hamilton O/on/ Charity, Hart Michael' lo
,Htddlng Elizabeth A.
faculty and students at, Hodg* can bring:new life to .

Bradford, I would like to the entire"community. ;..-'' I
leave much happiness and + \ -. ,*
the best of wishes for a great. :tr-
future. To all the students, I
leave my mother, Lillian Cronrnb eor4lr ,
Slade, for them to follow in, .. : LIllr,I 1 I

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