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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 10, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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of the county's proposed from Sheriff Dolph Reddish on' the- days served. An average of two days :
a w 4c.. ; road repair bond Issue need for providing proper space for per inmate. '
delayed by a complaint filed by the female county inmates. He suggested the best way to solve 1
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local state attorney's office that the the housing problem would be to con- I
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: commission lacks authority to Issue tract with
bonds Reddish said state requirements include a neighboring county that .
or pledge gas tax funds withouta is in
compliance with state
referendum. having a female matron on duty regulations
at all times. He said Bradford County on keeping females. He said
.. ,0 Bradford County Attorney Dudley has not compiled with this rule Alachua and Clay counties might be
Hardy told county commissioners because of the limited number of possibilities although he has not con- ,
I LI j5 meeting Monday, May 7, a little snag females in the jail and because of the tacted either county. The sheriff said l
... : had come up in the validation of bonds expense of hiring four women to stay he didn't want to preempt the county r.
-- __. .0'. .__'. ....__..--.._ set for hearing in Tallahassee on June at the jail 34-hours daily. He said a commission's action by talking to
1. Jle said the problem Is coming: from matron available on a parttime other county officials before bringing :
the state office in basis up the matter here. ,
I attorney's a protestof at the jail.
SE Celebrates May Festival the validation.The The commission agreed to study the t
county plans to borrow $700,000to problem and appointed a committee
I An ideal place to have a school carnival), says Starke Elementary PTA President improve secondary roads that the Reddish said during the last year, Including the sheriff and county at-
Marian Douglas of the Bradford County Fairgrounds building to which the state recently turned back to the the county housed about 100 different torney and one commissioner to bring
school's May Festival had to be moved at the last minute Saturday because of county for maintenance. females with a combined total of 202 back a recommendation.
the rain. Hardy said that the request for
Under the shelter of the fairground complex the youngsters didn't even know validation would be considered by the
it was raining outside and the adults dIdn t care says Mrs. Douglas. bond division of the' Department of Citizen
As show here, the youngsters had a good time at Starke Elementary' first General Services.Commissioner Involvement Asked to Stop
May Festival. The PTA decided not to have Its annual Halloween carnival last Dave Shuford said
" >, fall, but instead to have a May Festival featuring a dance around the Maypole, he heard initital misgivings about the Vandalism
sack races, and three-legged races with students and parents competing county's financing plan by state officials of Road Signs .
together. It all went off very well Mrs. Douglas says. had been resolved. ,
Above, Marion Sutton and Angela Ball search for treasure In. the Treasure Hardy said state officials assured Some misguided vehicles knocked down and pulled down about $1,000 ,
Hunt. him the.bonds are proper and wouldbe worth of new county road signs in the past 30 days and the Bradford County ."
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At left, Josh Brewer examines his prize In the Fishing Contest. Josh rejected processed: allow the county to go Commission decided Monday that waste should be stopped. n. '.J I
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several choices and wouldn't pick up a prize until he found\ onejie liked,Smart 'taheadwlth maintenance plans for the Commissioner Dave Shuford said four-wheel drive trucks seemed to be.a \ /!
boito.f.J; road and pay the money! back ..."Vii ;.the destructive: force that pushed a numbes otUw& (Matxtovtw Jto.*W sba... .
; oyceSutiori>elp the kids ftolrwhile'WttfLawsoir ana'John Stfttfen""ywthrough rev.nue..rece..ect. 'nom't.xes '< could hardly keep up with filling the "hooks" dropped over the wall. .' on'gasoline.Hartty Shuford maintained that citizen Involvement is the key and urged
Winners In the sack races were: Grades K-l- Gary Gonzales, David Loizcano, said everything was rolling newspaper reporters to tell county residents about the problem. He said if r
and Carl Davis; Grades 2-3- Tina Wells, Mark Marshall Angela.. Cohen; along smoothly until the state at people knew how much money this was costing they would put a stop to it
Grades 45Sandra Cain Tommy Covington, and Lotte Cole. torney's office filed a complaint on by letting the sheriff know when they saw someone tearing a sign down.
Ir Winners in the parent-child 3-legged races were: Barbara and Sandy Cain, the procedure. Only about one-third of the proposed county road signs have been put In
Janic and Debra Tyliczka, and Mike and Tracy West. place, but $984 worth were destroyed In April. I
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Winners in the Middle School) sack race were Jimmy. Davis, Tim Gonzales, little show too," Commissioner Maxie Commissioner Hazel Paulk calculated the county would be losing$3,000
and Ricky Wells. a month If all the signs had already been In She
1 put place suggested
Carter said. a
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The state attorney recently
reported indictments following a an old saying that money talks" she said.
" grand jury investigation which Commissioner Maxie Carter agreed the reward would be a good way to '
charge that the Starke police chief stop the destruction, but said the commission ought to wait a month to see
I if the public responds to a common sense appeal. '
and an officer on the force for miscon-
. duct: That action by the state at Shuford emphasized, "I believe if the people of this county know what's 'I I
torney's office has become a major going on, they'll, try to put a stop to it.' ,

topic of conversation and apparently.
motivated Carter's remark. ,
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Hardy went on to explain the comments '
by'' Assistant State Attorney .,:, I
I William E. Whitney, filed on April 26. Lawtey Cops ..' ';
Whitney said the county has no

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a ? to pledge gasoline taxes until an election .
Is held to decide: the merits of the ,\ .. 1 I

project.Whitney. .
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has no authority to use proceeds of a !
bond issue for road projects "unless
such projects incur to the public on a request from Police
Needs benefit." Chief M.M. Jordan, the Lawtey City ,
Hampton to Tighten Belt Hardy said some commissioners Commision agreed to leasepurchasea I .,II
might be asked to attend the hearing new radar system. I
in Tallahassee to attest to the public f
value of the road program.In The new equipment will cost $41 per
month for 36 months, and carries a fI
other related discussion the
But it's NothingSerious commission was told that a survey: is five year warranty. I H

: : YetFaced under way to assess the transportation The old radar, which will be traded V J
needs of the \
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some repair and Is almostout
Pete Croft of the Department of of Jordan SATURDAY.MAY12RUMMAOESALE j
warranty,
with recent unexpected costs Marshal Rick Wade says become said federal funds could be used for Transportation said the survey Is being reported.
like,cutting tree limbs in the city the holes again less than two days after the repairs. conducted in Bradford Union and City Clerk Lucille Shuford advised tAt
Hampton Council unanimously they are filled. Councilman Hart said Beneficial to the city's minor financial Baker counties. He introduced Brad the commission that qualifying dates Herman's Produce
agreed Tuesday, May 8 that the city, County Commission Chairman E. W. woes is the fact that new Marshal Vincent, director of Suwannee Valley for this year will be from noon Oct. 2 Sponsored by Starke Stars I
needs to tighten its belt to stretch the Hodges had said the county could Wade has been pulling in more fines Transit through noon Oct. 16. Seats which will (Senior Boy Softball Team) k
budget through the fiscal year. possibly resurface Hampton's roads and forfeitures monies in the last Vincent explained that federal' be up for reelection will be city clerk, 10 a.m.HI 4 p.m. ,
The recent trimming of dangerous In the near future. month than Hampton had previously money is available to help counties of police chief, and commission seats ,. .
limbs, especially near the Handy. realized. During April, tickets total' less than 50,000 population to provide presently held by Buster Bennett. '. ,
Way store, costs the city $2,700'and Needed repairs to the city policecar ing $1,000 in fines were issued, according transportation. Robert Scott and Marvin Rosier. ,SUNDAY.MAY1J .
City Clerk Iris Hart says the spending will come up soon, and Clerk Hart to Wade.Man Vincent said administration i if a
major cost of any transportation In other action, the commission: MOTHER'S DAY
whelre tishoouuldbe.'r Shenadded the I system and ,the counties might lower 4 ,,

cost of cutting the limbs was funded costs by consolidating the programinto Approved water I !
by federal revenue sharing funds in Found Dead at Kings lev one office for,several counties. meter and hookup for thelittle league MONDAY.MAYt4 t '
the budget. Hampton is working witha He presently directs numerous bus ballfield across from the school. The
137,000 budget Oc routes in Suwannee, Hamilton and motion by Rosier! and would i\
approved in approved BRADFORD CO. SCHOOL
Rex Poppell 58. of Fire Lane 42, 'both of Kingsley Lake. Mrs. Columbia buses take '
The ,
counties. be ,
tober, 1973. ? temporary and could be revoked at \ BOARD''''. )1' I.
Hart is quick to point out the situation Kingsley Lake, was found dead In his Strickland Is the daughter-in-law of residents to work centers and medical ,any time. In case of misuse or abuse. f,_ .:", 'i>;/h\1 '
is not at the serious stage yet, but garage about 10" p.m. Tuesday night Mr.and Mrs. Clayton Strickland,also services from their home counties. .. :,.>" C"H'w;, 'M, .1 /:.... .',',,.' ... i I I
the council will have to watch their aa' the result of: a .22-calibre rifle of the lake Other survivors include Vincent said federal funding would L
step, with new unexpected costs wound In his chest, according to the five brothers and, sisters and three cover 80 percent of the administrativecosts *Approved request that Water ,'TUESDAY.MAYiS _.
cropping ,
up in Tuesdays meeting. Clay County Sheriffs office. grandchildren.Funeral of public transportation and Engineer Barry Watts train city t fe/' t' I
Poppell and his.wlfeJ Wanda services will be held at 3 pick up half of the deficit. The deficit maintenance man Clarence Miller to + I
Councilman Wilton Hart said, "If operated "Poppell's Idle Hours'" on p.m. Thursday in the Kingsley Lake would otherwise be paid by tax work with water system in Watts' STARKECITV000NCIL. '/ f\
we've got more going out than we've the lake, where they resided and had Baptist Church, with interment In the revenues. .: absence. ;" i 'P.M. ..,'t' *
got coming In, it going to have to be three rental houses. church cemetery. Croft reported that the North Central i"i i 1\\
accounted for somewhere along she The 58-year-old man is said to have Florida Regional Planning Council WEONESDAY.MAY15
line." been in ill health and despondent for Is !t
conducting the transportation Heard a report from Fire Chief .
One of the coats-brought up Tuesday some time. survey and report of Its findings will\ Bill Crouse )
was the purchase: of a new lawn The sheriffs office (ts investigating Index. be made to each of the counties In- Volunteer Fire regarding Department Lawtey THREE RIVERS LEGAL '
the possibility of accidental: : shooting .. ace SERVICES t
mower, with costs ranging up to$390. ,. volved.In tivitires. The commission postponed '
After much discussion, however It or suicide and is awaiting results of Two Sections other business the commission action on a building BUOUIDANCECLINIC > i t
was decided a new carburetor could an autopsy by the medical examiner Section .. ..Page 1A-14A discussed a problem of drainage for the department expansion until details program KINO MEMORIAL HOSPITAL .\l' ,
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be installed In the present mower at a for the Fourth Judicial Circuit of $Section .. ... ,..Page* IB-IB brought up by Commissioner Hazel could be worked THIRD WED",OP BACH MONTH .U'',
cost of close to $30. Jacksonville Paulk. She said some pulpwood out'y. Courlaay of \I
Mrs. Poppell told investigators she .. .. .... '
Social' Pag slBA7B operators were dropping' lim"In"
The council also
maintenance requested chief ci was out of the house when abe heard a Editorial.:. .:. Pag4A county ditches,and causing,roads to *Took under consideration a' request JACK SmiWHS l'
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to ty down man C Dennison rifle shot but thought little of it since News .. .. . . Pages 1A-3A .waahol$. from the police chief to consider { 4.
cut cutter on Joe the Toomb work hours of city National Guard, units hold training SIHN'h..f.I'.. P.g.' 7A-1JA The commission decided' thtf firstaction making a permanent position for a' amy+ ofStarkaH
day grass weeks of late" to from five and war game exercises on the lake at Ooitvarl..h....... .. .P.9..AWanUdSr should be an appeal to Umber policeman when and if the CETA pro l
three a maximum' of this time of year. t.,. Pages :2S&1B companies to direct their pulpwood/ grams.is disbanded. posi -.V 901 .. 064-0070'
week. Patrolman
days per Besides his wife, Poppell i Is survived ... . .. tions held both .
Another cost biting Into the S L gu .. .p.g.:as&jBTaxes. operators to cooperate in eliminating by Dave Karston.M&. }:I t ,
budget.Is the filling of potholes which city's by two daughters, Mrs. Mary .. .... ... ... .:P9 44B-7B the problem. Huber and Charles Carter..due end Hwy too And tt-A ;7>J}. t'

',.." .. : 'tV .", .'1It'tt."t'.. 'Booth" .. and Mrs.r Yvonne' ;Strickland.' ,, ;.., ;1.'S r -re. ,t" ,. ,. The commission:;" ., also heard a report in September,
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Gatorland CB dub of Starke Awards wlanen at Tuesday's FFA ParentMemberBanquet Achievement Award Tor forestry.. Richard Smith
will host this fun night on Saturday, were, left-right, Handy Harris and Donald Achievement Award for poultry. Kevin EUxsmt.: Achievement
May 13 at the Starke National Guard Wilson, Achievement Awards for Horticulture Award for tractor driving; and Bobby Starling
Armory starting at.:00 p.m. I Demonstration Stale winners.; John Tatum, Star Chapter Alvarez A.far.t for outstanding ninth" grade member and
The evening's fun will feature Country ..' t Y Farmer. Achievement Awards for public speaking and Achievement Award for forestry.
Music Merchandise t Raffle. Free 4p1M; ,fir sales and service: Mike Andrews" Achievement Awardfor Winner of Achievement Awards not pictured are GeoLotnicka. .
Cake and Coffee. Admission is free. I II Ih. leadership plaque for retiring as president, and the forestry Dennis Bennett, horticulture design,,
The Quo ts deeply grateful to the DeKalb Award for aUlandlag senior: Mike Williams and lady Ctuistaln, landscape design.

merchants and businesses of Starke -- --..-,.-"-'''''''' '''', .... ....,... .. ..",. ....,. h -,........-...,,,.. ."'...''-'',...-,.,
for their support and contributions. ; "
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The.purpose of the affair is to raise .. "t. : \ ( / Completes Recruit Training f ,
money for welfare activities of the 1. :: : ( ; Seaman ApprenticeKirk
club. 50% of the net proceeds will be .}""" 1 11"a I, : : \, ,', \ .i q'' April A.25-Navy Minion, son of Lester J. and::
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Association for Retarded Citizens ,.. ;,,i,,. }, ,;. ",:. 'I. 1 ,. '. -" ;\". "._" .;,..\,. '. "I''"',.".". .".", ,, Virginia E. Minton of P.O. Box 152, "
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and the first woman to be named honorary chapter farmer: V. R. : : ii" ...
bee those whom weadmire. : if ; : training in one of the Navy's 85 basic
:! ." La Rochefoucauld: Ferguson. BIIS's first agriculture teacher In IIU.! : who prevented the local I : ''f'it'iiii:; ; : 'I.i! : occupational fields.
chapter with, a picture of J. Franklinllliams.lhe first stale supervisor of ag . jiMijj; le. Included In his studies were
education: and Fr"lnndrt': '''., distinguished ert ice plaque; winner., ; seamanship. close-order drill Naval
:: .i': history and first aid. Personnel who
Mother's Day $p. 4 Sam BennettIs .. ':" :r..' complete this course of instruction
Tank Crewman, : .: ":; are eligible for three hours of college '.'
Special Mannheim, Germany. credit in Physical Education and : -
Spec.: 4 Samuel Bennett, son of
Frank Bennett, 1001 North St.,Starke Bennett entered the Army In Big winners In Die FPA parent-member banquet were Mike Andrews. DtKalb Hygiene.A .
PERMANENTS "- recently was assigned as a tank August 1977 Award, leadership, and retiring president; John Tatum Star Chapter farmer 1979 graduate of Bradford County .
'-x18$0 crewman with the 8th Cavalry In The specialist is a 1977 graduate. of public peaking/ ,and sales and service: and Hobby Starling.AI"anl"arel..d High School, Minton Joined the Navy
Bradford High School. forestry. in February 1979. .

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:;,.:,wM.nvans ld What la alcohol? Alcohol is simply a b,('.roll n Sn| oner -.* goes straight through the walls of the uncertain steps and hand movement. auto accidents as were killed in the
track and into the Since the elderly person may already entire Vietnam War.
KlRCHAINE ,_-SIll HggnbottwnIGS' liquid drug. Alruhol/OruK! Super isor digestive directly
0.- .oousso ao..or Ethyl alcohol, commonly referred B-l!Guidance Clinicto blood stream and thus to the brain. have motor coordination problems, Heavy drinking can cause problemsin
This process is speeded up when one with the use of alcohol, this problemmay the home, accidents on the job.
as ethanol is a substance which is drinks on an empty stomach. If one be greatly magnified. suicides broken families damage to
processed through fermentation or drinks enough alcohol at any one friendships,loss of work-time illness,
ccU( Ica distillation and made for drinking. given time, without allowing the liverto What is Alcoholism* I define economic loss and other problems.
the alcohol, temporary impairment alcoholism as physiological disease (Alcohol & Health 74))
Alcohol is a drug which can alter process can result or even death. compounded by symptoms of In the Alcoholism was seen as
past
([ [ ; TEL; $( one's mental status, mood and There have been documented cases of psychological and social stress. The irresponsible and moral weakness
behavior When consumed, alcohol death where men have engaged in abuse of alcohol and other drugs is but today it is recognized as a
1212 drinking contests with, "straight li usually a symptom of emotional or treatable disease. It is estimated that
H. Tmroto Ave. Starke, Flj l I. psychological problems.
: quor." I Harper 76) one out of 10 Americans who drank
t 964-6567 FREE PLANT Alcoholics usually have low appetite became alcoholics Alcoholism is the
J Many elderly people drink alcohol and often suffer from malnutrition 3rd greatest health problem in a
j Still Has The Best With 10 Purchase because it is thought that alcohol is a and vitamin deficiency. Also excessive society comparable to heart disease
stimulant but alcohol is in fact a intake affects the productionand and cancer. It is estimated that 1/2 of
fl 00%-< Beef' &vHAMBURGER:: .-, .. ROSEBUSHES 4" depressant though the initial feelingis activity of white blood cell* n fd- all ,murders in the United Stales
'*? Hanging Macrame the opposite. After a number of ed to fight diseai ilJTii'iJ KesihJialcoholic r Pm1tIQtr..yinWh I .rinltJ a I
drinks the motor center of the brain low resistance to bacteria. ing l/4ofallsuicidegha\esim i(
Baskets Hangers _. ;t becomes overly affected causing Alcoholism is known to deterioratethe amounts of alcohol in the blood
health and the quality of ot\e's life. stream. At least half of the auto 4
In Town. All The Way TRAYLOR LANDSCAPING Alcoholism has been associated with deaths and 1/2 of the auto accidents
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heart disease, cirrhosis of the liver are alcohol related. April Time 7.40
Cooked To Order .,, ,.: & NURSERYOn COl'NTTELEGRAPII (shrinking or hardening of the liMTi. Next week article will deal more
Still 8 5 3C1 N.Sink$* 904-374 Published Thursdayat and other diseases of the digestive with the physiological affects or
every
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..... e-91_S LMOay 135 W.Call Street and muscular nervous system Peo- alcohol! i
Starkr.Florida 32WI ple drink for various reasons: taste.
courage. relaxation aging,
loneliness Jack NiM ant I'rmnolrd
feeling of nothingness
Second Class paidat
pottage I
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Starke.Florida need to be sociable and to escape
from problems.Research Jack L. Snanl.onof:Mr and:\1r.J.
Rates Barney Savant. Waldo. raenUWli* J
ibcriptioa : reveals that heavy drinking -
promoted to Army specialist'four
in trade area: 19 per
cuts 10 off the while L'.S.
: $3 six lIIlItsOutsi4.Inde.rea11 years average ser"ingilh the Army In-
year
American life expectancy. Heavy stitute for Military Ass l.tance. Fort
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per year: $3.50cix months accidents. Almost as many personsare lie entered the Army in November
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County Road Work Pleases Army JROTC Annual Inspection _

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R On May a. the Army JROTC Unit of CoL John R. Smith. The loon la
Brooker
Council Members: Bradford High School was Involved! In ranks began at 10:00.. *
-- Its Annual Federal Inspection to the Nation and a pass In review.

Roads in Brooker have been ada- CM the Job don, but they could The JROTC Unit, according to theINIpectIon
quatety repaired, Brooker City Council understand the hold-up. The Inspection: conducted by a team team, received rating of
members...... in Tuesday "We don't have to break our neck to of experts from the 1st ROTC Region, satisfactory.
night's' INItina. get it done," Hamilton said. Ft. Bragg, N.C. tested overall On hand for the in-ranks Inspection
Commissioners had asked the county The council: : voted unanimously to d organization and performance of the were many Interested spectators in- .
to repair the road several weeks accept a worker from the Comprehensive JROTC Unit.The evaluation began at cluding Assistant Principal Charles :
earlier Mayor Blake: Hamilton said Employment Training Act 8:30: a.m. with briefings from the staff. Thomas and come of the cadet's ,.
the county had patched pot-holes* on (CETA),who will work for the city: for and the Senior Army Instructor, Lt. parents.wwwwwwwwww.
SR-18 In Brooker, as well as atreeu five months. The worker will be paid _i, .1..i..t.. ..,....*...JL..A.A A,..,1,. "* :
through neighborhoods In the area. by the federally-funded organization. ""l"I" M M M M" M" "' (

"The biggest portion of the work Major requirement set forth by CETA Spec Calvin. Archie: Trainsla Charles Marshall
has been completed," said Councilman is that the city train the worker to do Tank Gunnery U Marine Corporal
Gene Melvin, who presided which he has done.
something never F
Calvin L. of
4 Archie Mr.
Spec. son
over the meeting in the absence of Fire Chief Pierce _
Volunteer George fi and Mrs Willie G. Archie. Route 1. Marine Lance Corporal Charles W.
Council Chairman Steve Nipper. told commission the Volunteer ., ,
the _
IIIIT" _.__.I -""' -I"' vrnn Melrose Flar recently participatedin Marshall Jr., son of Myrl and
"They did a good job. We needed
appreciate Fire more
Department Level II with Charles W. Marshall ST. of P.O. Box
it," Hamilton said. members. He said the departmenthas pictured from left are MaJ. Pete Batunion. WIlE gunnery training
The Bradford High School Jr. the 3rd Armored Division In. Gar 901, Starke. has been promoted to his .
Local engineer Jerome Kelley told only two members legally. ROTC unit stands Inspection Capt. Mary Puttman. Cpt. present rank while serving with'lit
the commission there will be a delay IOU you don't offer any money or ceremonies.: BaUtUon staff leaders Ferguson U. Col. Cynthia Lee Griffith. many. Battalion. 10th Marines, at Camp Le- .
in proceedings with the water system any compensation, you just don't get Cpt.Bill Lunn and Cpt. Bill Chas- Archie Is an artillery crewman with jeune. N.C. .
which is planned to be installed in the many people to help," Pierce said Uta. The unit received a satisfactory the division in Hanau, Germany. A It'll graduate of Bradford County
city. The Farmer's Home Administration Pierce said he could count on rating from the federal Inspector. He entered the Army In June 1976.
High School, Cpl. Marshall joined the
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(FmHA) will provide "about five or six plus myself," to Archie is a 1976! graduate of Inter Marine Corps in September 1977.
$112,000 of the $150,000 operation in fight fires. turban HlRh School. Interlachen. .
the form af a grant. Before the project Marshall Tommy Raulerson told --
can be begun, the FmHA must council members he would step-up enforcement Scott Watts Promotedto
receive draft bond ordinances, title of traffic regulations In Staff Sergeant
opinions and right-of-way opinions Brooker following a small accident today. -
from the council. Scott W. Watts,son of Mr. and Mrs. :
Kelley said the FmHA hasn't "1 intend to strictly enforce stop Stephen W. Watts of Miami has been
received should He said In 43 days sign and traffic regulations," Hauler promoted to staff sergeant In the US ( g Restaurant J ,
the FmHa have received these son said. Air Force. :
from the council and should have In other action, the council: The sergeant,an electronic warfare
reviewed them. Unanimously voted to try to have systems specialist at Ramstein AB
"We're sort of at a standstill right the city truck fixed if repairs do not Germany serves with a unit of the US
now. It's postponed indefinitely until exceed $100Unanimously. Air Forces in Europe.
Sergeant Watts Is a 1967 graduate of NOW FEATURES .
Farmer's Home gives us the word voted to hire a workerto
Kelley said.Councilmen. mow grass around the Town Hall Coral Park High School and receiveda
had already been Informed and the city park.Unanimously B.A. degree in 1972 from the Univer
about the delay. Hamilton did voted to have a light sity of South Florida. His wife Fred CHILDS POPCORN
not seem to be concerned over the placed on a pole on SR-231 just southOf Catherine is the daughter of
delay. He said the council wanted to SR-18. Cartwright of Keystone Heights Fla.USEDT.V.s $125

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Bradford County men were prostitution were Charles Jackson Jr. b
jailed Saturday for their alleged par- 20. of 811 Ash St. and Calvin Black & White SPECIAL i
Jr. of 925 Oak St.
ticipation in promoting a 14-year-old Whitefield 21.
prostitute at a house in Starke. Jackson remained in jail on a bond $2900 .
Deputy Don Denton explained that totaling 1250.Authorities discoveredhe & Uc POP CORN SHRIMP 3.
wanted for forging $100 to
the arrests came as a result of tryingto was a a
find two Lake Butler teenagers Starke motel operator and added that Color $9500
missing since January. charge to the other incident. & Up Served With Cole Slaw 1 3 I
Each of the other men posted $500 $ O49
Charged with renting space to a
prostitute and keeping a house of prostitution for each charge against them and left GARRARD MOLDS &T.V.I French Fries and Iced Tea j!
were Ed Gibson 73, and the jail.
MI. S. Of Lawtey On 301
Nathaniel Thompson 93, of 909 The investigation, which began t
Crosby St. Gibson was also chargedwith with a missing persons report also included
living off the earnings of a pro- personnel from the Division of I
stitute. Thompson was also charged Youth Services and state attorney'sof1ce.
with contributing to the dependency .
of a minor by renting space to a Assistant State Attorney Len
runaway. Denton said the parents had Register said the investigation had
January.not known the girls whereabouts since not females closed may and indicated be arrested that other for You Can Plant That 3*. 3s

Deputies also arrested David Earl operating out of the houses. !
Williams,28,of 502 S. Epperson St.for Register pointed out that the grand p =
engaging in prostitution. He was also jury report Issued in March reported tt I
accused of contributing to the delin- concern over the general lack of law
enforcement in the Reno area of nor- "
quency of a minor by encouraging the
14-year-old girl and giving her mari theast Starke. "Green Stuff" .
juana. The prostitution charges In these
nit-"* -,c' '-, charged with en.b'i arrests allege the operation had been ., .
: to participate in going on since January he said. "JOIH ,

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Announced for Camp ImmokaleeYMCA With Anytime. . I I.J

Camp Immokalee has an- youngsters maturity and Christian
nounced plans for the 1S79 summer lifestyle. =:: ;S
resident camp program. Through sailing, swimming, canoeing p ;
Camp Immokalee, located near archery, crafts square dancing ?3(
Keystone Heights is for boys and and camp outs, Camp Imokalee seeksto / \ $A4.klk .
girls eight to 13 years old. provide each camper with experiences
Latta Johnston begins his first yearas that will challenge and :,:-:':. :::
director of the Jacksonville YMCA stimulate while providing a meaningful ;' f'\"" t 3
Johnston brings 14 years of and pleasurable summer. .oIiJ .t ,
camp.
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resident camp experience to his new Camp Immokalee offers five sessions .' .1, : "''""); 3::
position. : June 17-23; June 24-July7; July 9.617 % L:$io\-t'"' -
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"Our purpose is to provide campers 8-14; July 13-28 and July 29-Aug. 4. ., ; 1" '.
with outdoor living bas available ,. ;/"dr: :/ t :
an experience Further information is by t ; \ r'A : ,
ed on Christian principles," Johnston calling 1-904-744-2233 or writing Camp PAID ON 0 MONTH CERTIFICATES r \' ay H-!( 1 j:
stated. He said the Immokalee staff is Immokalee 8301 Ft. Caroline Road Mm. Ceruscat Issued i 1 J $:\ : r r f\
chosen for their Interest in Jacksonville Fl. 32211. Amt tO.OOO" ( i

Rates Guaranteed To Maturity On I

I. Tfmberwolves Visit Okefenokee CB Club Certificates Issued I ,.,\.
sy 10 Thru May 16.1979 ;
The Timberwolves CB Club of celebrate their third annual jamboree ;:
Hampton traveled to Waycross, Ga. Sunday April 29, in the livestock 6 2 % : :
Saturday April 28, to join in market in Ocala. The Timberwolveswere ".f', ;
celebrating the eighth anniversary of second In the most members I.i'..' .' !.
the Okefenokee CB Club. present from an in-state club with 27. PAID ON
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made Club member Harrold Gorman ::
Twenty-one Timberwolves ::
the trip and brought home the prize 3O MONTH CERTIFICATES 1
for having the ,nosl members from an "Alabama Deer Hunter," won first
out of state club; The men of the prize in the male beauty contest. The ana then watch 3i
Timberwolves won second prize in the Timberwolves had two junior: winners .
Tug of War Contest after breaking the at Ocala when Stephanie Hughes and your "garden" :i
first rope which was )' Inches in Laurie Mobley won first places in the grow
diameter.A water baloon contest.
junior member of the Timber.wolves ; ./
little Miss Kim Hall, "Little .- .
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The Timberwolves also helped the :
Marion County Independent CB'ers ; PAID
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1 Pair Of Tube Socks
With 't 0" Purchase 1
Servlco"j
: PUMA JOGGERS ON

;. Reg. 18" To Mom OrlHIn: 12 MONTH CERTIFICATES

Now810 Thanks for being/ \. you and '. 4' '
BRET & JERRY'SATHLETIC I : .
.: HOUSE for always being there with, I ( J

"helping hand"Your '. ;
l238WalnwlSt. Slark. Fla., 9.4.7434 PAID
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The folks had nouung to eat And if the state sets on with tilling these 'k'

killers the inspiration to elude capture '<1
So some guy goes up to the queen in a dither be accelerated to the point that some guys may will 4;

and says, "The people have no bread. decide not to stop somebody's heart in a public ,

place because chances are good that the state
And the queen calls down from her ivory will shut off his blood pump
tower, ..1'hft1let them eat cake" and "Pass '

the wine please."

"Guys" as listed in the previous sentence
Cake is still on the menu for the boys out at is, the proper term in most convicted murder f '

Florida State Prison who refused their meal cases. Only one female awaits the death a 4 .E
trays in protest of bad treatment by the sentence of the 131 Death Row inmates in

warden. Florida.So .

and the rains I
came.
Before big tear droplets run down becauseof ..

these gentlemen missing meals, be aware of what's the point. With an average of 4 inches of rain fatting in Bradford in this area, and strawberry growers predict "we've had
this. The meal tray isn't the only source of County and Camp Blending so far in May-usual a dry it"if the rains continue the rest of the week as forecast. A
nourishment for the killers on Death Row. Either put up or shut up. month-memories were recalled of a previous wet period stalled low-pressure! area is blamed for the unsettled
when Old n ld Pond and other lakes in Keystone flooded weather which brought floods and tornadoes to the Tampa
to the eaves of some hone:,as pictured above. Bay area Tuesday. The forecast was for "more ofand the :,...dll
If the state is going to overrule the Bible's
Other rations come from the prison convenience same" for the rest of the week, with afternoon evenill
store, such as cake and cookies and Commandment, which forbids killing, do it The 50-year average rainfall for May Is only 3.2 inches ing thunder showers Thursday and Friday
cold cuts and bread. and be done with it.

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With that fact out of the way, let's give equal If not, then let's stop stocking the state
time to the mistreatment aspects. They say prison with condemned murderers.Foot We GetLetters County A gen t's Bi

their meals often arrive cold and the contentson Bobby
the plate are often unfit for human con the legal fees for appeals to weed out G. Notebook
sumption. those with any chance of mistaken conviction, Taylor
then pay for the death drops.

That's true. too.
Right or wrong? Why.Isn't ThereA
...... fruit off the ground and conserves .
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there.
Nobody promised a rose garden out hy Bobby Taylor
God only knows. T.Benefit CwutyT ate.e MI-QM space in the garden. Staking also '
Dear Editor: I hope that our weather continues to makes it easier to cultivate and
The trick is to not get caught killing In the April 19 issue of the Bradford improve so our gardens and other harvest tomatoes and it helps pre- :;;"
Justice? God
somebody. only knows. / I read that there vent fruit rot. "
County Telegraph crops can make good growth and pro '.,
would be a Bk&A-Thon. Every timeI duction. Warm nights seem to be A couple of words of caution about : ,
.1 ".,, hear that there will be one of those needed for maximum growth and ear* staking,..staked plants are more sub-
a-Thons" 1 wonder why there isn'tan ly harvest- ject to a condition called blossom-end ::::'i
I "a-T oil' that would .be of some Most vegetables are looking good rot than plants which are allowed to : '
Good Ole Country Idea benefit to the county. and most folks seem to be controlling grow naturally. And. you need to be
If there could be a deanUpAThon. insects and diseases. Irrigation has very careful when you drive stakes Into -
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then when It was over some of not been needed on most plants. the ground because it's very easy to .,
Well folks, believe it or not a wise idea has victims of changing times and rescue then the county would be a lot neat<<. Squash green beans onions andpotatoes damage plant roots.
come from a politician.He from desperation.These Alter a while with the CleanUpAThon are being enjoyed by many Some of the popular tomato
instead of the Bike the Read, of our gardeners. varieties which require staking are
the Walk, the Rocking-A-Thon. Tomatoes continue to be the most FIoradeL. Indian River. Manapal and
conclusions may be logical. but maybe the county cold have another popular vegetable grown by our Tropic. Tomatoes which do well left ..
probably heard from a common man on they're not true. slogan along with the The Sweetest gardeners. Plants are grown in the unslaked are Walter. Tropi-Red. :
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the street or at the filling station (for half full Strawberries This Side of Heaven. soil and in containers. and some are Homestead and Florida M-H-One. I
now with gas prices skyrocketing and talk of No mass firings took place in DOT.Skeptics It could be: "Beautiful Bradford- pruned and staked while others are unslaked.Floramerica may be staked or
Where No Litter Lies Long Littering allowed to branch and
grow uncontrolled.
shortages). might say they didn't have anything to do Landscapes.Yours. One method of staking which seemsto
anyway and no one noticed there was less of truly. As your tomato plants grow larger. work well is to use wooden stakes
nothing to do. Anyway, no out cry can be heard Dorothy A. Swanbom consider the benefits of staking and that are about six to eight feet long
Anyway the score came from the Bradford from that department. Lawtey, FICrafts> prunina. Staking the plants keeps the and one-and-a-half inches wide.Drive
County Commission the other day. One of the the stakes into the soil about two feet
II fellows had been and had J ,,0, of sL keeping the stakes about three or four
adding again come So what's happening with the road inches from each plant As the plant
, up with the sum of two and two. He'd been maintenance? .f \ grows tie it to the stake with string.
reading in the newspaper:;:or somebody told ,. soft twine or strips of rags'. You'U probably
rt him that the state has ff"tH f surplus; and'!*r- County commissioners complain/that' they need to make between four and
.
11 Tallahassee is trying to figure out w ho'should don't have six ties throughout the growing
money to fix up the roads the jf eve season,..always make sure that you
. get it.The. got, much less take on more.'Therefore, the-1 make these ties belno the fruit
county plans to borrow some money against "lrLm %Ae1tfi cluster.
>:i question is, where did this extra tax future income from gasoline taxes switchedover i Your next step in tomato culture is
money come from? The answer has to be to pay the freight on local maintenance. pruning. Pruning is done to remove
the small shoots that betweenthe
II from the good ole taxpayer, of course. appear
leaf stem and the main plant
stem. Removing these shoots or
Then the revelation fell from this ole country Meanwhile, the state has surplus.. t suckers reduces the total number of
boy's lips like a waterfall of spring r fruit that your tomato will produce
showers down mountainside cf V but it causes! the fruits that are produced
a granite. You've been patiently waiting for the bright j to be larger in size, and easierto
idea, right. v \ rA find
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'a a\ -- You need to prune tomatoes about ..
Two years ago the state turned over the Why not let the county borrow some of that! once a week. And this is best done by
maintenance of lots of roads over to the counties surplus, interest free, to fix the roads. and said Now boys, we can't get the job A your thumb and forefinger and bend it
Crafts from a artists are presently es display al the Bradford
County to side until it Then
one snaps. pull
done with the of
Department Transportation Now ladies and gentlemen, that's the plan in Library.eontinne i ...gh May IS. Librarian Dan Smith said 88 pieces are in- the shoot off in the opposite direction.
so you take it over and see what you can do. a nutshell. Realize that the boys in .. te the M-anraal crafts...w Including some mmaal original works cch Reversing the direction is
as a r mid nail graphic radiator grill and ceramic brad collagr.am antique key
to the leaf
Tallahassee ain't that necessary prevent injury to
put one on the streets
wall hanging< lapidary jewelry, hand wven baskets and many needlecraflitems. axil the stem.
Logic would tell you that since the DOT yet. Perhaps it didn't cross their collective, Edith G.wan stands before several .f her creations. Margaret McRae When or you main prune leave two or three

wouldn't be doing this work that lots of political mind. displays radiator grill. main stems to develop the plant. Be .
employees here and there wouldn't have, careful not to disturb the fruit buds '
anything to do and would be out of a job. Logic So who should tell them? which appear Just above or just below
Starke the point where the leaves are attached -
would Lawtey
conclude that these guys would scream ,
to the leaf stem.
and holler about losing their jobs and the And if a common ole country boy from Brad- In summary staking and pruningare
newspapers being the public minded souls ford County spelled it out. would they be able Rabies Clinic important steps in tomato

they are. would pick up on these downtrodden to read it? culture. Staking plants keeps fruit off ,
the ground and helps to conserve .
Set in the Not all .'.
SaturdayThe space garden. varieties
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need to be staked however so check 1
I annual rabies inoculation with your local nurseryman, if you '
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At 18 Adult orNot ? clinic sponsored: by the BradfordCounty aren't sure.Pruning .
Health Department will beheld is done to remove the small ;
Saturday. May t2. at SUrke and side branches called suckers that :..
Raising the legal drinking age to 19, from A 1978 Harvard-study on drinking indicatedhalf dine ; xs : form between the main stem and the
the present 18 year limit is under consideration of the alcoholics surveyed had parents will be open in SUn at leaf stem. Pruning reduces the total :,.
by the Florida Legislature. the Bradford Square from 9 a.m. until nmher of fruits that your tomato
Raising who drank The
doesn't lie
heavily. problem It..w to will but the
noon. move Lawtey at the city plant produce. fruits that
legal age. though will cause more problemsthan with the drinking age but m the home. hall from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. develop will be larger.
it solves. It ultimately will hurt the 18 to These innoculations will be given at

19 year-old age groups more than high school The government is trying to take over the a reduced rate, according to County

teenagers. parent's role of raising teenagers. Parents are Sanitanan blooded pets Darryl should O'Neal.be innorulated All warm Seaman Appr.ldridtt:

continuously relying on the schools and other annually and all owners are urged to Completes Basic Enlisted Course

Supporters of the bill claim moving the juvenile institutions to discipline their take advantage of the Ift'rice.O'Neal Seaman Apprentice Freddie L. .''
drinking age up to 19 will reduce drinking children. The government has proven ineffec- says. Aldridge. son of Cora L. Aldridge of '"-
this Rabies have not disappeared in 70S Ida sa... "
the 3.3 million tive for role. Encouraging yotmgpeople to SUrke. Fla.. has completed -
among teen-age drinkers from Florida the sanitarian cautions. A the Basic'Enlisted -.:
14 to 19 years old. This bill supposedly will make responsible decisions on alcohol must Health and Rehabilitative Service the Naval Submarine School Course Groton at
make it difficult for high school students to come from the home. summary of statistics sbowed !93 Conn. '
find cases of rabies in animals in 1977.The During the six-week ."'
18-year-old classmates course, he
to for was
them.A buy liquor The real victims of this legislation are the 18 report showed 93 percent of the cases introduced to the basic theory '.
and 19-year-olds. According to the 1979 college reported occuted: to in wildlife and construction and operation of',.
seven percent domestic pets.It .
study more liquor is consumed by 18-21 nuclear-powered and diesel sub-
year- is
suspected that rabies could! be marines.. In ':
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recent study of 1.823 students at Florida's olds than any other age group. The primary reinstated in domestic animals since Lanuc should be kept in assignment preparation he studied for his first "' *
four state universities revealed 44 percent of reason for their drinking is to socialize. there has been an annual increase of an airtight plastic baghtnenr organization damage control shipboard and c*
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those students began drinking at home. More rabies cases reported in this decade.' ""'- ponibi* *. stop submarine safety and *
oxidation which escape pro
The report further showed that th protsa -,
than half of them said their knew 18-year-old drinkers should be treated like r cedures. "
parents more than 35.000 residents and turns tlas vegetable b+ovwa. A '
when they took their first drink any adult when breaking the law. This is the visitors are bitten every year by some School 1978,..he graduate joined the of Bradford High "
concern for the law enforcement, not type domestic. or wild annual Navy in-July '_

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This legislation won't affect the majority of Tallahassee politicians. c ___ __ __nnn________ ...E

drinkers who started at home. They most )likely Inconsistency in government is more apparent 'f''' Iri ettADFO-o COtJ _
will continue to get liquor from the family
considers
when it 18-year-olds as adults I.
bar.or from a friend who will buy it for them.A who can go to war and vote. Can an 18-year-old miligraiil1

small percentage: of teenagers might be be legally old enough to die for. his country but 7 N
discouraged but the majority obtain < i
can easily not old enough to drink or socialize as an I (

liquor if they want it bad enough. adult? .w4,...., Cj BOBG. FERGUSON-JOHN M.MILLER

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Information Courses. Set For Officials .; I


Bradtord Extension He MW the classes were scheduled Larry Jottta. County Introduced memberof Agent for UM Union County courthouse In and Tim Cturmings,state
Bobby the Taylor a Lake Butler because of Bs central energy oftJce.
_iaf'?, ,J ,R rt Division of Community location Each of the two-hour sessions May 31: INNOVATIVE AP
rr.t. wd Resources Development at the county i
commission will begin at 7:90: p.m. and the PROACHES TO RECREATION
,4ri t 4 1 He meeting Monday f 1.60 f. per class covers the cost of PROGRAMS taught by Collier Clark
said Angelo Taranto was workIng -
in Bradford,Baker,Columbia and refreshments and tome training state division of recreation aDd.parks ..
7 tll x Y' j 1' ,, Union counties to assist city and county materials. and Mike League, Columbia County
May l<: THE HOUSING FINANCE recreation director.
i ix governments. AUTHORITY LAW AND THE LAND June 4: NEW LAWS AFFECTING
vxi' 4t : 1titi.4F o t tt. : SITE DEVELOPMENT FUND LOCAL GOVERNMENT will be a
L t. ,, Taranto said the training course is taught by Larry Jordan and Judy review of the outcome of the I
{F le IdahSYt/ t"in7a tfV-t
designed to meet of the Informs '
some
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tional needs of officials In.small counties assistance. representative of the Florida League -
and cities. The .peaken are May 21.: BUILDING. HOUSING of Cities and from the association: of
Tlt sion.knowledgeable (n the areas of discus AND ENERGY CODES taught by county commissioners.
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Band Students Win Superior Ratings, BEAUTIFUL : : !

BEDROOM SCUFFS : : '
Judges awarded superior ratings to three members of the rating which enables them to go on to state competition are .J<
Bradford High School bund during competition at the Lee Felton on tube Dirk Schmidt on trombone and Betsy FLORAL DUSTERS
I University of Florida In Galnsvllle Saturday. In addition Yawn on French horn. Pictured from left are Miss Red- 1
dick. Miss Yaws Schmidt Felton and Miss Harper Banddirector
superior went to the twirling trio of Debby Harper Debbie Dean Cassels said the band received a good rating $775 $275 aura :l r;
_,Ratllff and Cassle Reddlck. Instrumentalists receiving the la concert and excellent .la sight reading at the contest. ... .
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I Youth Orchestra Performs Bradford., Students [ Free Remnants LAKE BUTLER APPAREL Rood : :'1. :

The Alachua County Youth Orchestra performed for Starke for the second year to cnbsnce.the cultural experiences EachPurchase 100 LAKE BUTLER-TURN BY UNION GENERAL HOSPITAL :
grades five through 12 In two concerts held at the Bradford of students. The director complimented the With HIGHWAY SATURDAY 9:30.2:00PH.4H3G01' : :
I High School auditorium Tuesday Barbara Taylor directed students In the morning program for elementary school STORE HOURS: MON-FRI. 0:30-5:30: ; :
the member group In the performances brought to students when these' photos were taken, for their attention. att.:

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said city limit and speed limit sign ,. ".
Ordered last month had arrived aft .
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would be installed within the week .
Wade said he and Councilman Hart :' :'(11 .1'
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nt,'* through the city and spotted 14 .', '
locations where stop signs were need .' I,
ed and six other spots where Children 'H .'
at Play signs were needed. Wade add- :, i 1 ,)('1--:
ed the latter should ,
signs carry 15 or < ..
20 mile per hour speed limits.
Many of the city's stop signs have
been stolen In the past year and the city ram

that ble.needs citizens according to retrieve need to to Wade es report many, who any as added possi theft :just ONE of .the goed things about Jim Walter I .,' nor a9i,

of signs Immediately The cost of the .
five recently received signs was$i29, Yes. mortgage money is only p/yc/ of the good things (IiW'
according to Hart. ) a about Jim Walter you don I need it1"! There are
put Wade in with/said concreteJn any new signs the ground should and be < ,i" .. many many other good things but. since the scarcity ,t

tighter'hooks at the top. "We should .i' "- r, y{' and mortgage money is in the news almost' 'J.;
make the boys, have to work a little every day. we know it is especially important to you. : ..')
harder when they try to get them off." ;4s\. So. hero are some encouraging (facts about mortgage

financing i tONy
Water System Bid ; ; -.- w First of all.Jim Walter has PLENTY of(mortgage financing f ["tl>>
; % r dollars to build new homes for his customers. In .Jttu
.Jerome Kelly of Sverdrup & __ '' addition and this is of vital importance to you. when :.!fdhw :
Parcel said the opening bid date of ._ M.1 Jim Walter provides mortgage financing there: ares NO \
May 8 for construction of the city's closing costs and NO 'points to inflate/ the cost to you '
new water system was delayed You'll also bo happy lo'\(now that there is no third I
because Fanner's Home Administration + party"red tape or delay Credit approval 1 is almost \ I 1
still needed several documents "'""" months. ;
: 1 INSTANT. ,instead of the usual weeks of even
before giving the go-ahead. so that construction can begin as soon as possible.. 1 i'i'L
Among those documents is a bond
ordinance and the securing of some When you choose Jim Walter as your builder well [ I Ir
rights-of-way. The council agreed to ,.. .. -' '' finish your home to almost any stage from the shell up wH ,'
handle the matter as soon as possible. IT4N; : ,_ L to 90"o complete, You tell us where to stop,then add ;i\api. i
." ,, J. j H N BONUS SAVINGS by doing some or all of the Inside ,'
I I -H.L finishing. Do it yourself Make it a family project' Or .
Cemetery Question MADISON d B.droomsY B.'''. '
JOT: ? maybe you have friends and neighbors who can help ,. It dl
: with the more difficult jobs But the more you can ,.
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question whether TI.
a body
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the you'll save Irs the Jim I'
do for yourself more money .
should be dug and moved in
up Hampton
Cemetery arose as David- homes built on property toalmost Walter way for you to have more home. for less money
Johnson of Atlanta speaking for his your and it works* :
Sister-in-law ked' the council to and want to build a new home : ,tt ''
So. if you own property
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remove the body of a Mr. Fontaine '
from the Rowe family plot. of flBl sll'fro' m with 'payments you can afford come ',to where the t'A
I. stage '
Johnson said the plot was purchased any money is Come tp where you can choose from more' .' ,.J1.
from the Methodist Church in late y than 20 low cost homes. Come to where you can cut .;, J' .. I 1'(
by Samuel Marian Rowe and his. normal building, 'costs simply by doing some'of your ,.:i. Ji1.: I'

family'But City rights Attorney had been Reggie violated.Flyna .. the shell" .up to. 90% .comp I ete. own moret1omeforlessmoney.CometoJimWalterHomes.inside. finish' work. Come to where you can get,' :.i; .i./1/' '!

Chairman Curtis ana-Johnson ,,tJ\ for complete Information and the cost of building on : > ':' :
himself have been unable to produce : ; property. Call stop by, or send the coupon to our ,;
q your
a deed showing ownership of the plot.* i nearest Lets talk today1!!' WE DO IT ,;":' '"
display park
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and the council's feelings as they WEEK) IT R"IGHTI! RIGHTt" '''I'q'
han been for the duration of the J !!* ) will ,

body months-old should problem not be moved.were that the' ,. .' .' "\' .............. ,.:: ,. :. ';tt

Alter: a lengthy discussion..Curtis/ : '.::: r FREE FULL-COLOR .1.! // '". .:,.
said the council could take no action !f'J.I.! '
until ownership of the cemetery was JIMW..LTlItHOMIS.loH1..: L Lof '

determined.' .dmbm ; Cr HOMES I would Ilk* la ka+* m r information and tti e tat '; b,.', ', ;
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1 Ra.fordBantit Revival May 14-18 UCI Plant Show Set May 1719The a t ***
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Revival services are let Monday message proclaimed in music ana 19th annual inmate OowetMtW. Divisions ..of the stow .rift be ,

through Friday! May 1118, at First preaching," says Rev. Hugh H. at Union Correctional Institution w B Broraedladf,Begontas JW enb ca4a sisaiaded
Baptist Church In Raiford. Walters, pastor of Raiford Baptist be held Max 17 19 and 19 featwila, Philodendron.' PecBaskets. Rebert G.Alt.a.$7 Rty nMeHoq altar al4
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Service* will begin at 7:90 p.m. Church in Inviting the public to at Petite Pepc&mta. T./:' r, C*<&, C wVC Robert. Q. "Bert" Alton, MM W, of .'" Mr..Mattta I .
There will be music each tend. rfcvHtfrft Pam. K6yvtofto BdflUtodsedewidealy to tW-mCowaty.!
special Presented the MIt1i mood
by Ornament;
House PUoM
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Specimen > Saturday May 5afth to UJtoWJaTw: w.....J...

evening.Speaking each night will be: Cedar Creek GotpelSing ticulture Department Program, the flower of show_.)...". Bradford County iSipMaTBortfatNew lived until nwvthji to Doctor M*'".-

.Monday: Rev. Ben Bryant, pastor Cedar Creek Baptist Church will held In the clubhouse: sans Mite Bailrerd. ......., July tN, Ml, three year a worked". flr. With Oqbgta. 1M.SUtrA.*. ,.o'
and
of First Starke. Mr. AahUm moved to Keystone fanner
Church
Tuesday Baptist: Rev. James Parrish hold a gospel sing Saturday, May 19. highway The show from will UCI.be trrmnTtmrtdMAr I.< ,;.. Card of'Thanks Heights. in 1988 from LyndhureL N.J. Road Department for ** ,...t.*' ,'rl*

of Morgan Road Baptist at 7:30: p.m. from He was a member of the Adontram- was a member or the 8epUIIt ..... "i'-.UStarvfaoes
For more Information can)49&3830.JJ..A.JJ.I'I" noon to9p.m.,Friday a jn4 V *
paste Highland No. 80 F.&A.M. of tDd\'tIIe.* son, Ptwey < <
Lodge ,
.p.m. and Saturday I a.m. to noorr.tJ, : I wish to express my deepest appreciation .
Wednesday! : Rev. Leamon Ward to aU the people that were Lyndhunt N.J. for 80 years; the Douglas of Tallahassee.*. -

pastor of Gadara Baptist lurch 1 .. 22,1 involved in the quick assistance that Older Americans Council, Alachua &a v"Mr'' Ina -Ue MUrry of" .",t
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-Thursday: Rev. Charles: SwarU.. Mother --.c. 1 "4Yt; was given in the effort to help save County Chapter the American Lake 1lil4rl LottIe I l
"I' ''h Association of Retired Persons tort mSt lira. feba KrtfrJ of .yStark. .
pastor of Madison Street Baptist my beloved husband George. I know ,
Church Starke. Daffy In LovU
Friday Rev. Jim Countryman al Our Mamma ,- ', ? caring. And to the Rescue squad Church and was a retired Virginia Nettles, both of Lake-t; ;>a I
pastor or New River Baptist Church. May 13 '.r.4It\Io.,\: hospital staff, Martha Epps, Dr. Her Plant Superintendent from Swift It I four brothers Freeman and V nce:1
A lady humble and mild .
.Robert Taylor will lead the singing. so meek nandez Steve Futch, the police Company Meat Processors. Douglas of Lake Butler David and
worship with us during this That was our dear sweet Mammal".**. department Andrews Drug Store Survived by his wife Almira A. Quitman Douglas both of Jacksont t

serif of services, bearing God's Dyal, employees and my employees Bill Aston; 4 daughters, Mrs. Roberta vUle; 23 grandchildren U -great- ".
She loved to cook It was her delight Wilson Jr. and Marcia Music I cannot Mowatt of Hawley Penn., Mrs. Ruth grandchildren and one 'great-great <
And the meals she cooked were out of find the words that would say Long of Beech Haven, J.J. Mrs. grandchild "' ,

sight.In enough for what you have done, to Dorothy Scott of Wayne, N.J., and Funeral services were held Tuesday "
her garden much time she spent make my mind so at ease My very Mrs. Jewell Hansen of Monasquan May 8, at 3 p.m. In the Chapel of'" ,

But each Sunday morning.to church. special thanks to the always N.J.; 2 stepsons, Graem Yates ofCharlotte Archer Funeral; Home of Lake Butler'with
mol6.re 2Jay: she went. dedicated DeWitt C. Jones Funeral N.C. and George Yates of Rev. Charles L. Reddish of- '" 'ifidating. .

Mamma was a bard working. country Home Staff and not only Gainesville; 1 brother, John A. Astonof Burial was in Old Providence

.A .I.sL.. II.... .S: ..tI. llaJ. ..1 .1... woman for the EmpJO't feelings Lyndhurst N.J.; 1 sister Mrs. Cemetery In Union County '.'
Ie y Her faith was strong you see'she was. they show for people In a very trying Elizabeth May Pater of Keystone under the direction of Archer Funeral

.s:.. 16 :Ms Ie y I.. _c.__,._.1. :Jl. /.1 I. .,{Ild.. .. Mormon. (s time such as this,but for the personal Heights; 16 grandchildren and 17 Home.'I'
She added so much to each life she

:1l.: _. ,.. 1_ .111. Il_ '1U._... .lle. ... s-y.h. touchedI and touch my and family feelings that of concern I know for went me' great-grand-children.Funeral services were held at 11am. "

I .I"" ,. 1..J l.!._, l..1. ?: / ., I. 1_. ..., .. much.guess that Is why we loved her so beyond the professional part of the Tuesday.May 8,in the DeWitt Mrs.Grace Alice Porter
Jones Funeral Home with "
business. For aU the food Chapel
: I !..l .,....1 dray .l.aI t.3. .. L..41.t __8.. "Idle hands are the devil'sworkshop" kind phone calls, cards and, flowers letters, Rev. Buddy Friedlin and Bro. Dan Mrs. Grace Alice Porter 65.; of ;? ,>
she'd Route I Brooker died Tuesday momf
say ,
Richardson officiating. Burial was in
will
1-1l.. M ,1....,. :::1'. -.1 pMel III ..I ././L But our Mamma's hands stayed busy these Starke and never Bradford be forgotten. people Keystone Heights Cemetery. tag April '24, in North Florida ,u
j County
extended
all day. Regional Hospital after an ,jj
have always been kind to George andI "
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A Special Thank.You For Your Patronage From Keith & Evelynitfj'S Mamma I know Dyal God was pleased with: our and we hope we have In some way illness.Born'In Rose Hill, North Carolina.. "

For her time on Earth lasted quite a returned this feeling but during the Mrs.UlUe.Mae Frame T4 Mrs.Porter had lived in Eustis for the ,
BEAUTYRaiford while. loss of George I really know these Mrs. Lithe May Frame,74,of Route past 25 years until moving to Brooker ,
it e And when her years numbered people care and are my friends and I 2, Starke. died at her home Friday several months ago.
eighty-seven want to stay with them.Thank you so morning following a long illness. A Survivors include her husband .

Road Starke. Fla. SALON God called her to be with him In much for being our friends for 30 member of the First Baptist Church Budd Porter of Brooker; one

Heaven. years. Mrs. Frame and her husband moved daughter, Mrs. Sylvia Tillman of

by Kathy Creel Walsinghara Dolly Simpson,wife ofGeorge here 21 years ago from Sanford. Jacksonville; two sons Harry G,
Great Grandaughter B.Simpson Survived by her husband, AugustusG. Fussell of Overland Park and David

Frame; 2 stepdaughters Mrs. Fussell of Brooker; two stepsons .

Lonamay Williams of Fayetteville, Budd T. Porter of Indianapolis, In-
W.Va..and Mrs. Bonnie Bell,living in diana and Bill Porter of Atlanta, -

Texas; 2 stepsons, Home and Ther. Georgia; four brothers, Melbourne

YOU MAY HAVE man Frame both living in W.Va.; 2 Cavanaugh and Erdmann Cavanaugh ;-,
MISSED THESE brothers, John Vanatter of Fayetteville of California, Arthur R. Cavanaugh of <

W.Va., and Shirley Vanatter Rose Hill, North Carolina and Robert '
living in California, and 1 sister Mrs. M. Cavanaugh of Amarillo Texas;

Effie Jennings living in Ohio. four sisters;Mrs. Essie Anastasio of s
GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LAST"SUNDAY'S Funeral services were held at 2 New Orleans Mrs. Irma Pagano of ;/

p.m. Saturday May S, in the DeWittC. New York City Mrs. Vera Christian it

Jones Funeral Home Chapel with of Jacksonville and Mrs. Margaret ..:*

her pastor. Rev Ben P. Bryant of Holmes of Jacksonville; and 15, 'j,

GAINESVILLE SUN ficiating. Burial was in Huse grandchildren. ..
; .' Memorial Park Fayetteville W.Va. Funeral services were held Thursday -. ,

I April 26, at the graveside In New '
River Cemetery with Rev. Mack Hen-

CLASSIFIED SECTION0 i' Georgia Kelly Collins dry officiating Archer Tanner
Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in

.... ;; ., Mrs. Georgia Kelly Collins. 63. of charge of\arrangements. .

i Raiford, died Monday morning, May /
7, in the Bradford County Hospital 'K.'J: *::r:::: :::::::: ::::::::::::'::::::::::.Y::::::::'::::::::';:

f after an extended illness. | Cord Of Thanks ti
: ,,". Born in Union County Mrs. Collins

was a beauty shop operator in Raiford WY".Y "
;M until ill health forced: her retirment.Mrs. N"X:::

Shop The Sun's Classified I section I: : .Collins was also a member of the We are deeply grateful for the '

First Baptist Church. prayers and thoughtfulness of

t Survivors include one sister. Mrs. everyone during our sorrow.
: Werdna Moody of Raiford; two The Family of

desyfr shp g: aI brothers Herbert Kelly of Robert E. (Bob)Smith,Jr.UNITED .
everyz great ri iDese ,1nFt Waukeegan. Illinois, and Calvin C. .
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t f kaalk. ; j'I Kelly of Starke; and a host of nieces
7 :vp? and nephews.--------, y. %i San.tl llpfd Iii <'I, dl.m
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Funeral services were' held P

." Wednesday May 9, at 2 p.m. in the MOTHER

Chapel of Archer Funeral Home in
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Burial in
officiating. was Sapp PENTECOSTAL CHURCH
Cemetery under the direction of Ar-
D Wednesday 7:30 Bible Stu ;
SUPERVISOR Of' NURSING partancad Imtructor cher Funeral Home. :
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Services'
WowvNN Haaim ftj Friday 7:30 Youth
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; Mini ex R N Slark Nur n NLan. Chairman at tha ij. rd. Trpma -
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.AM .4PM. Moratav Ifirw Call tn-nt a tfiartnand raaulrad SLAM Sunday Sunday School, 10 a.m., t
F-UoN" 1.9..220.
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Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m.

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Bradford High !lumber last Ie. nadoes on their poIIt- aaon hitting Larry Holton dropped Norman's high oases en bate while ..,..... out six.
broke out the heavy barrage Thursday in Palatka. fly ball (a sure sacrifice: ). Goodge and I leveling his mound mirk. at S-*.'
weekend and came back with a I scored on the miscue with Clark moving Offensively Northrup, hitting
history-making District 4-AAA Five straight: hits opened up the to third and Norman ending up onHCOnd. himself out of a late-season alump,
belebaU championship from the floodgates in the third frame with hits Northrup got his second RBI bad two hits and a couple of RSI's to o
Palatka High School diamond. by Dinky Kilby, Bill Goodge (a dou of the game with a sacrifice poke to two trips, Tttlman was good for two f
The Tornadoes, the fourtheed In .' ble), Kenny Clark, Jeffery Norman, the center fielder and ADen chased: hits and one rlbbie in two at bats and ;
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the four team tournament after a I Keith Northrup (another two- Norman home with a single up the Norman, Goodge, and Allen went two I
10-12 regular season, sprayed line bagger),sending four runs borne and rn clarkmaking It&-s.: for four with Norman plating two run ... #
drives SA starter Derrick Collins to the .
endlessly during their two a grounder and nor.. I
game tournament waltz to secure the : 'f'. ." bench. Sidearmer Randy Day, who threw the Yellow Jackets two popupsto II I
first district baseball championship ':':'';I. .' ,.. .' .: ",, ""i)" .. had Beaten Bradford twice this year end the game. WAIIttllt-l ". : ;
for a BUS ballclub since 1949. 'f i "ji : ', ""' : I In regular season games, took the Clark scattered: seven hits and two w5a.u.. ..5 1 I

The wins put BUS in a Region II title : <: ) :*\ f mound tand got two outs before Kevin .. __ "__idOL ... u... '" "'....... .. .._-"_ _.........,.. j I II
game in Starke against Ocala .I TUlmart erected him with an RBI I k < II

Forest, a 10-21( team that like the Tornadoes .2't... .... '. single tk left fleM, upping the BUS -,, : I

saved their best for last. The ;.'. .... ...... .. '.. '. lead to MR. ..
region game was originally scheduled ..co.......... :"... .-:';. ...., ...H".w.,' .... '.. .. .,.i With the lead CIa\1t.who had struggled -
for Tuesday night, --------- in the opening frame as the
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May was BUS players ceMkmto after tMtr$4 wta ever M.AaMta s-.s lean that said jackets i
then moved back to struck for two runs on a couple .
I I 9, because of wet grounds.Wednesday If the, May Tornadoes "BUrk skseld N a pies St cab"M.tea.Aegas$ .t.p- befeee ate tIJsaI1d of hits, became more effective. ,say I
survived that region game twtney.Tornado. The sophomore gave up two hits in the t tI
I they will play host for the Sectional U- third but struck out the last two batters I _
tie game Friday, May 11. The opposition of the Inning. Catcher Northrup I
would be either Titusville helped the cause by taking a pitchoutand I
I Astronaut,Leesburg(2 (19-3 before districts), a steal try at second.: Clark then
In district play St. Augustine, the retired St. Augustine without a hit in ." I
pre-toumey top seed with a 18-12 the fourth and fifth Innings '::10 i
regular season mark and a team that The Tornadoes left the bases loadedIn \
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had termed the Tornadoes "a piece of h the filth inning with singles by Nor \
cake" In the St. Augustine .tw.w.w. ,. thrup and Tillman and a walk to I .::1 ,
newspaper,was bombed 8-31n Thurs- Dwayne McBride filling the bags. )J
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day's semi-finals and things only got That failure to score looked big when (
worse for the opposition in Powers singled in Day In the sixth In- Y
Friday'stourney r r
final as BBS ning to cut the gap to 5-S.With Just one $t Fr..k .J A j
in a game ended after ripped six innings Clay 12-2 by r' ) out SA left fielder Sam Hunter, the ills. Kenny Clark a Doug Reddish pIeH attempt wu ek .....Ie.- I

the I0-run rule. tieing runj' then slammed a ball Into the/&.AagMtlae russet scwryteg back te first tort the umpire called aim. safe. :. t ti.
left
Those two wins gave BHS a 12-12 the center.Tillman made a j
mark heading into the regional game long run for it, and gloved the ball In
with the 12 wins tieing the school: the very top of his webbing. Tillman
then threw Powers out at home for a TELEGRAPH .
record for most wins in a season. Y r, 1. h. rfA .y. double
--- --- rally-ending play.
"Our district performances were
by far the best games we've playedall catcher Keith Northrup drove home nine runs batted In with a flea BHS put the Icing on SA's cake witha
season." exclaimed a smiling Tor- for.... district tourney performance. three run sixth inning. With one out ::
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nado baseball coach Mike Hartley Goodge singled to center and swiped
Monday, "We played solid defense, inning with two outs, the bases load- BUS 8'St.Augustine:I second.: Clark then reached base and j !0J
got the good pitching we've been getting ed,and a 3-2 count he threw the curve A five run third Inning In the advanced Goodge on a bobbled
all year and the bats were the dif for strike three... you just don't see a District 4-AAA opener erased a 2-0 St grounder. SA continued to help the
ference. We just came out and stuck guy do that." Augustine lead and started the Tor Tornado cause when right fielder t

the ball." The hitting stars for the game were -- ,-..---. -_.......*tav\**_.- -
Stick the ball they did. .The Tor- many. Catcher Keith Northrup, NEW 'I
nadoes rapped 11 hits In each game whose five for six district hitting
with catcher Keith Northrup showing spree pumped his batting average up LOW
the way. The senior plated nine runners to the.350 level, was three for three in PRICESI
in the two game set with five hits the championship game. A triple '
in six at bats. Outfielder Bill Goodge double,and six runs batted In were In-
hard cluded. Bill Goodge plated four runners : !
was nearly as on opposing pit-
and scored three times himself
ching, smacking four hits in seven at i
bats and with a two for three game. Kenny 0
delivering five RBI's. Jeffery -
Clark was three for four,. scoring:
Norman and Scott Allen added 1'1flotht1 j t
three times
three hits apiece in the tourney..
"This the first time The Tornadoes broke onto the
was we ve put
together two good, consistent ball Scoreboard in the second with Nor- I ':la j
games." Hartley continued, "There'sno thrup knocking In Norman, who had
reason we can't go further if we led the inning off with a double. Clay :
made it a new game with a suicied
keep playing like we have but even if MAY ;
we don't we've accomplished what we squeeze run In their half of the second 13th
set out to do. "This team has tied the but BHS took the lead for good with its :

school record for wins, won the first four run third.
district championship in so long... Walks to Doug Reddish and Dinky
Kilby and an RBI single by Goodge _
wev'e turned the baseball program ; I
gave the Tornadoes the lead. Clark __
here around so I'm satisfied. .; .
then loaded the bases by beating out a 4 S. : I ILADSES'
bunt single and Norman walked to _
BUS 12-Clay 2 force in another run. Northrup madeit i
Clay High felt the sting of the sizzling a 4-1 game with a sacrifice fly to .. d TOPS J.
Tornado bats In Friday's district center and the Devils miscued ,the A A 1 CLEARANCE

finals as BHS rocked ,f hey.alueJeYUa relay exchange to allow"CJark? O'I'lcore. j PRICED i .
12-2 In six innings: /' .. 1 : .7 ,, r
It was 1-1 after two Innings but the Clay pulled to within 5-2 with a C .WEAl...! 2. 05 ..: "
Tornadoes knocked Clay starter Joe single spot in their half of the fourth.A .
Green out of the box with a four run walk, a stolen base, and a single 1 ArwrMn.M fill .h.A __ ;
third,Inning, bruised reliever Roger scored the run but the Blue Devils .; too 10 urn upor .
Harvey with five more scores in the were through crossing the plate. Over J than*.M::.:=- ;
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I .fourth frame, and locked the game up the last three frames Allen didn't give t --......L. 'w :
by the ten run rule with a two run up a hit, allowing just three bases on rh ; ::1
sixth inning. balls. 1 : 1..
While BHS was denting the ball and Kevin Tillman started the five run :
the pride of the Clay hurlers fourth inning with a single, was moved :
freshman Scott Allen had his best"stuff' to second on Reddish' sacrifice .
of the year and limited the bunt and took third when KUbyreached '
Devils to three hits in winning his on an error. Goodge then GARDEN HOSE GRILL/ICE HEST TOILET TISSUE j

seventh game of the year against four Tillman home. Clark beat out COM DISCOUNT OUM DISCOUNT ?? OUR DISCOUNT .
losses. aunt to jam the bases and after a fly KI WAS 8:88 race WAS ; pmci WAS 97! .f' '

out Northrup cleared the bags with a ., r
''Scott was throwing the best curve three RBI triple into the ri t-emter ::;X 7. 77 YOUR 88 '-110I.&. 47c P
I've ever seen a high' school pitcher field gap.Keith then scored: BUS' 10th :: s r \ !
throw Friday night appraised BHS run of the game on Allen's single. duty 100* vinyl Wth ChooM iV' toldtno imokor. Each fie ha*SCO>hwti Itwl It \ r.d s
Coach Mike Hartley, himself a pit- ribble MIld brao eoupNno Nylon error grill or olwit 4OH*. double IMcft., doubt ton. Low ,_ ,
cher in high school, "He was also Northrup again was the man raMoraod....for long u... IwnMM. cnMl.bum.4n ........ proweweou Mm quality! TERRY ; :
and Clark
in the sixth,plating Goodge
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\\I R .... '" ... .. Lady Tornadoes' 6th in Region I Track; Five Qualify for Stat "
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"..t 1 ill }".. Bf'adford High School's *c' 79 points to nuinerup Pwmcola Pullman's winning discus toss of each event for state. Smith snapped ,.'
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... rt.\: ..... ..' ,';' team, peaking Just as the p g... Catholic's 46, Quincy Shanks was lOS" was four feet off her season the school: quarter-mile record lOt: th*
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.._.. ., : ...tj>, .,i .., ft,. .\ ,...'" .', competition rounds into swing! third with 40 point followed by Leon boat but 10 feet bettor than the second third time this season as shN. raft '
ran to a sixth place finish at test. 35, St.Augustine 30, Bndl rd,It,antI i pteea effort In the shot put she" 61.87 time, down half-a-aacond (nttt'iher .}
Thursday's Region I track meat for Gulf Breeze, 26. qualified with a third, although her previous beat 0182.4. Woody b r e North Florida: AAA schools ant .has Qualifying for Friday's Florida *8" throw and placing disappointed got her ticket to the state meet;
five girls set to run in the State AAA. AAA title meet were Pullman In both her Marian has put the shot S9'6.5". having to wait and watch other copy. ?.' .
meet to be run Friday, May 7, .at the discus and shot put ratter Cindy petitors after clearing 4'8" but miie- .'
Showalter Field In Winter Park, Griffith the only senior of the live, Griffith continued to chop seconds ing three tries at 4'10". Only threfc
A region discus championship for sophomore Smith in the 440 junior off her mile time. Her 5:23.4 time cut girls cleared 4'10" and the Lady TorT.vnado : .
Junior Marian Puttman was the Individual Theressa Woody in the high jump, another 5.5 seconds off her district Junior got the fourth .poftT
highlight. and the mile medley relay unit of clocking and gave her second behind because of her fewer misses at lower, ;
Griffith Smith, Woody and Junior Leon's Rosemary Desloge,who crossed heights. ,.
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"Man, I'm Just so excited for my Judy Hanker-son. the line in 5:10.2. Looking forward to the state meet ,, ,,
girls after what they did last weefe* Griffith then anchored the medley Howard admitted that competition: .
beamed BUS girls track coach team home in third place with a 2:28.9 from Central Florida figures to be in-,.. '
i Grover Howard before a wet practice WCIWonaen Win3rdAgaint2Losae' 889 leg that wrapped up a 4:33.6: relay, tense.
I II t session Monday, "As a coach you two seconds better than the group "The times they ran at the Region 2
don't pay any attention to what grade previous best. Pensacola Catholicwon meet (won Titusville Astronaut)
1'nvj your athletes are in,you know I treat the event with a 4:19.6: time-one were unreal.'he noted, "Still,we can.,.. ?
Louette Smith (a ninth-grade who of the state's best AAA times to date. get something at state.Cindy's will be"-
I t 9S already holds the school record In the The Lawtey Correctional women's Smith and Woody took fourth in so pumped up for that mile that J .-\>r
440)just like a senior,so people' had to softball club upped its record to 3-2 their specialties in the Region Meet think she'll place and Marian could" .
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tell me that of the five girls going to with a 10-8, nine-inning win over that qualified the top four finishers In get a lower placing in the discus. \ -'
I IE state this year four will be coming Union Correctional Institution Thursday ,1.I
back next year." May 3.
Not only did the Lady Tornadoesnail DWIGHT SLA TER'S
I I down the sixth spot in Region Martha Buckley scored in the
that inluded teams from the Panhandle seventh inning for LWCI to tie the
districts near Pensacola,Panama game 8-8. After a scoreless eighth
I City, and Tallahassee as well as the frame Darlene Lee and Gail Crews Open7A.M. Food & Selt u.s.301 s. '
Jacksonville to Palatka district but scored in the ninth inning to give the
was In the fight for a higher spot until winner's their edge. 12 P.... A Walnut St ''
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I "For awhile we were sitting in fifth For the game Lee and Buckley both
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then Tallahassee Leon took first, second triples, Cathy Sapp and Linda $159 .
.. ,and fourth In the 2-mile and Just Thomas tripled and doubled, and 3 Qta. .t 29 Tax
swept by us." Howard remembered, Sheila Cox tripled for LWCI. 16 OZ-
"Our girls just ran to their limit,they Plus Tax 8Pk. & Dep.
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performed their best when they had The win kept the Lawtey team tied
I to." BUS finally ended up one point. for first place in a women's prison Borden'a ALL BRANDS BEER
behind fifth place St. Augustine. softball league that Includes UCI,
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ichard Smith Earns Berth in State Track Meet 1

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Tornado Junior Richard Smith Jonathon Johnson sped to a seiuwn- Bishop Kenny lW.8: and Randolph
lOcked a personal I beet 2:04: 800 yard best 3:33 time in the relay, winning of Jefferson County(l:SB.2) in the 880.. G
i at last Thursday' Region I meet the slower heat of the event with a He came out of a pack down the
> win BHS' only spot in Saturday'sTraek wire-to-wire lead and claiming fifth Stretch to earn his state meet ticket. I i
and FteB Champlonehipe.Smith' overall-one spot and five seconds! The six points Smith and the relay ,
away from a trip to the state hieet. quartet accounted: for left BHS 13th inRegion ,
run, 4-tenths of a second Junior discus thrower Allen Scott also I. Palatka, a state title
way from the school half-mile finished out of the money in the region aspirant along with Haines City and
Record,earned a third-place ribbon at meet, firing the plate 123'10" to place Tituavllle Astronaut, rolled to the
"he region meet and gave him a slot In "between eighth and 12th" according team with BO points to Milton's 45. The
he elate run to be held at Showalter to Coach Rick Stevens. Palatka won top 10 was rounded out by St.
field in Winter Park. the region mile relay with a 3:17.1 Augustine, 32, Bishop Kenny 29, Jefferson
BHS had two other entrants in the time while Alan Hardy of Gulf Breeze County :22.9 Gulf Breeze, 19 I
glon meet. The mile relay team of won the discus with a toss of 156'. Quincy Shanks, 17, Marianna and
mitt, senior Johnny Tatum Junior Crestview 11 each, and Tallahassee I
John Bennett, and sophomore Smith finished behind Caron of Rickards, 10.

The Bradford High mile relay quartet .f. I. to r., John Bennett J..a&Mli I
Johnson,Johnny Tallin, and Rk"ardlllDlLh, woe the slower beat of the relay at .
Unbcatcns Northside & Hope Head For Church Showdown ,vra. last Thursday's Region I meet bat cane to fifth .verall- ne spot away front ., I
and Hope; Harold ," qualifying for the stale meet.Smith won a spot bl the state*88 with a third place
Baptist
fforthalde sayed Bishop was three for four Donald Ennis cracked two home '
t the top of the Starke Men's Church with a double and Jerry Hammond, runs to pace the winners while ?ye II, re&lonalllll1lJa. I
oftball League with Pine Level third was two for two for Hope while First Broderick Crawford was three for xa -; I
all three front-runners won their Methodist's Ed Wall and Steve Water .,
tour Curtis Crawford three for five Businessmen Rain Men's Softball Winners
,I games of last week Earnest went three for four with and.Michael Beck and Bill Padgett Misfits, ,

Northslde 6-0 and Hope, 5-0, are Terry Mundorff going two for two. stroked two doubles apiece. Water's Bulldozing Starke were both three for four. two hits In two at bats and Lawrence '- ... I
heduled to play for first place Tuesay Pine Level-Madiion St.3 Richard Trainer and R. Verunacwere Businessmen, and the Misfits were Al Chapman and Randall Andrews Wright was one for one for LWCI.
May IS,at 7:30( at WesUldeNorthslde
p.m. Pine Level smacked 21 hits in a five three for four and William winners in a light slate of Men's Open had two for three nights for the Sr.
arfJ'. inning rout of Madison Street Friday. Burgin was two for four for Calvary1st League games last week. Boys.,
10 K.Lake Doug Maines led the hitting attack Rain washed out Monday night's Misfits 14-Rebels 4
Unbeaten Northslde had a with two home runs in a four for four Baptist 28-1st Methodist 11 play,leaving the three teams above In The Misfits rapped 19 hits In topp
>ugh IakesluesdayBaptist stubborn night. Bruce Jackson added a homer 26 hits equaled 26 runs for First the numbers 1-2-3 spots in the league Businessmen 18-LWCI 1nFriete'i Rebels Randa11Thomas SJ
Ingsley night The and two doubles in three at bata Baptist Thursday night May 3, as The Businessmen didn't have any Wheeler and
derdogs led 4-0 early and the game Mark Jones :was three for three they rolled to an easy five Inning win. extra base hits but their 20 singles both popped home runs and had two ii}
|locked up 5-3 at the end of four In- Wayne Blankenship was two for three Don Neal was four for five for the I Wafer's 17-Sr. Boys were plenty enough to give them their for three games for the Misfits. Ran
f ngs. with a double, and Frank Durrance! winners while Maxie Norton Jr., Paul Unbeaten Water's Bulldozing allow fifth league win Wednesday night. dy Corbin collected four hits In four at ":'
Stuart Duncan was three for four, was three for four for PL. Carter and Mike Akrldge were three ed the Senior Boys three runs in the Doug Jones'and Steve! Thomas both bats for the night Steve Cox was
aryl Hilliard two for two, andimar .Leaton Morgan, Charles Blalock, four four and Bill Geiger, Jimmy top of the first but only five base hits were two for two with Dale Haas and three for four and J.J. Wheeler,
Williams doubled for Nor- and C. Martin were all two for three Crosby, and Larry Coburn were three after that in winning 17-6 Thursday, Jackson Prevatt three for four and Mark Graudons. and Lloyd Gilpln
side. KL's Dennis Crawford for the losers. for five. Crosby cracked two doubles. May 3. Larry Brown and Ronnie Thomas were good for two hits apiece.
ouglas Crawford and Dwayne K.Lake Calvary 14 John Dempsey was three for three Tommy Wise led the winners at the three for five for the winners. Wade Winkler was two for two and
ardee were all two for three. Kingsley Lake earned its third win 'lor First Methodist with Chuck plate with three hits, incuding a triplet John Wright was three for three Bruce Haduewood was two (for three r'
Hope 12-1st Methodist 7 of the season by taking 6-1 lead and Williams adding a two for three night In three appearances. Joey Bennett with a home run James Jones added for the Rebels.
Hope Baptist, the league's other holding off Calvary Baptist Friday and Pat Mundorff delivering a home was two for three with a homer
beaten club,also had a pretty toughme run. while Donnie Wise and Terry Gaines
stavina that war T.....i.v,'II irt>t. night. ,. Firebirds Get First Dixie Boys Win; '

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Merchants. Civitans Also Claim Wins :';
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Our butchers expertly trim The first-place Merchants, the Merchants 4-L.B. Engineers a ;,
AVAILABLE ONLY AT.. previously winless Firebirds and the Jeff Taylor tingled John Bennett "' u ,I
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extra fat leaving only Civitans took the wins In a light home with the winning run in the bottom ', .
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away Look for this label for Beef schedule of Dixie Boys baseball last of the sixth Inning as the Mer f
week chants nipped the Lake Butler !
enough to make thats GUARANTEED! Civitans S Olympians I 1 Engineers to keep their record I
and Richie Fender
Brian Williams
FRESH'VALLEYalways matched three hit pitching performances spotless.Taylor was two for two for the ."t;;
his Civ I tan
but Williams and '
unbeaten Merchants with Blaine Dyal
tender & juicy! teamates won the game 6-1 with hit adding a double and single in three ? 1
batten and Olympian errors helping trips to the plate. Bennett Barry' ,: '
their cause in the late innings. Johnson Emmett Watkins,and winn,4; J
ggEF aD The Civitans were down 1-0 but and scoredsix still ing pitcher Jimmy Schoening added'I:I \
0.u hitless after three innings hits. Schoening tossed a three hitter ,
1 times in their last three at bats to and struck out nine. ,I'
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IT'S' FRESH. win the contest. Williams Larry .
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;; The Firebirds jumped into a 4-0 ad- Starke Christian School won three :
ChokeFrnh Mkytoefl s. -- vantage and held on to gain their first games last week in boys Softball action i
e win of the season Friday night at 1
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Pads Chuck Roast Craig Sapp tossed a three hitter and team as they swept a doubleheaderfrom
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Ml m/11114 MUMW.wun aNN 5241 __ went three for three to lead the first- Palatka Christian Academy. I
toneless Round Steak LI ;tI1NM111lrIW year team to its win. Billy Reitz was winning 21.4 and 1714. Last Tuesday
aMrrNaull'err rla also three for three and Howard Stark Starke Christian/ won a fcrfeit pver.
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11 Place Game Tonight II I I HI Sewell Signs .1


III Florida Bank, Domino's Still on Top of Women's_LeagueFlorida I I Raider I

''I Bank and the Domlno'i continued Both teams won twice last week, Dondno'11-Br.dforcl..e. I Domino's Bullets t BuddyCollin : With :
I to have things their way in the setting up a battle for first place The Domino's bats anf,tf errors" The Domino's limited Brou bto 's I it.l; ti I
I.1 Women's Open Softball League last tonight at 7:30: at Pratt Street Field. allowed the grey and Mock to win Its Bullets to six hits while lAMteg M "
week. fifth game against a singjkfrlQM in themselves In an easy .Thursday' gn As FreeAgehtlTelegraph : :: '
Tuesday night's wenwr/iopen night, May 3, win
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Joy Malnes was three for f.,with Hudson led the winner's hitting bar- I .$
CongratulationsTo two doubles, Cassandra Johnson rage with perfect nights at the plate.
three for five with a triple, and Terry Norman was five for five with a dou- Sports Editor f
Parrish and Diane Jordan clouted ble while Hudson went four for four ., ;
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All home runs to lead the winner with a two-bagger. Terri Parrish add .
Marian Bryan busted two homers ed four hits in six at bats.Including a Starke'a Donnie Sewell. a 1974 BUS grad who was.all-state in football an\<

Bradford High School JROTC Cadets had for B.two Furn.hits in while two Francis at bats. Whitaker home three for run five., while Charlotte Ames was basketball before taking a I grid scholarship to Georgia Tech,signed on as a;"fret. '
agent with the Oakland Raiders Tuesday night J
: Fl..Bank 11.Bullets 0' No Bullet had more than one hit. I talked to Donnie Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday night as he labored thru I .
ForYourOutstanding Florida Bank stayed one-half gameup Ma.Bank 14-Br.Furniture 3 free agent negotiations with five pro clubs and he seemed more relieved than
I Performance on the Domino's with a five-inning League leader Florida Bank waited anything else after he finally agreed to terms with the black and silver Tuesday)
decision over Broughton's Bullets until the fourth Inning to explode, evening '
Tuesday. scoring it runs In their last three at "Man,I'm Just glad this Is over. I was about ready to forget the whole thing .
J At The Pitcher Carolyn Redding limitedthe bats of this sixth Inning game last the 6-4,240 pound tight end said,obviously smiling now that the dealings with proT.
'I 'losers to only two hits while the Thursday night. agents was over. "Now I fly out to Oakland tommorrow (Wednesday) for what, Ivw"\ ,
bankers offensive stars were Linda Jan McRae tripled and doubled In believe is a two day mini-camp." Io..t:
ANNUAL FEDERAL INSPECTIONAND Cubba Edith three hits in four at two at bats,Carolyn Redding was two The Raiders signed Sewell one of 10 Tech players called on by pro teams.tr-":
bats, Sapp, with two hits in for three, and Peggy Nettles was two (seven draftees, three free agents) this year, for a$2,500 bonus with the agreement 'i'
three trips, and Gloria Sapp, with a for four with a double for the winners that his first-year salary will be$30,000 if he makes the club. *V
pair of base hits. Sandra Vicky Anderson Pittsburgh Steelers (whose-*!
Darley Five NFL teams, the Raiders, Los Angeles Rams Y$
\ Cathy McAlplne and Tasha Liv- and Francis Whittaker were all. two roster includes BHS1 first NFL player-.'65 grad Larry Brown),Buffalo Bills,and
THE MILITARY BALL ingston had the Bullets only safeties for three for BF. Atlanta Falcons, contacted Donnie literally minutes after the last pick In the't;:'
NFL college draft announced Friday evening without Sewell's number being*!:,.
St. Edwards Church Halt called. 'The Rams told me thev were either coins tn draft me or Drew Hill (a
Signed: LTC (Ret) John R. Smith Tech-teammate and wide-receiver) on J I ,

CSM (Ret) William E. Hahs BINGOEVEry former their last Tornado pick In said the with 12th no round.apparent" the

Saturday 8:00: P.M. trace of disappointment over not being
I tabbed In the NFL sweepstakes, "They /
I 411 N. Temple Ave. Starke. FlaBring chose Drew."

When we talked Sunday night Los
I II Angeles was Donnie's top choice but that
I changed by Monday. "The Rams are u
To Be Given Away out", he said, saying Atlanta was now
The Kids the most likely candidate. The Falcons
I Each promised a $2,000 signing bonus he said
== \ EveningIN with additions of first$3,000,then$10,000for
making the first and second cuts but :a" 1 1d 1iensivetackle
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uiII strangely the Falcons backed out and
f Sewell will end up In Oakland."They've ,
got Dave Casper at tight end !
but behind him they just have Derrick 1
E Ramsey, that guy who used to be the big
F FRif quarterback at Kentucky and one other
free agent from TCU", bonnie said In
assessing his competition. He didn't rule
GIFT aibilit""'f beln..switched f A of
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Donnie's wife the: former Cheryl Cummings, will guard their Atlanta apart-
May 3th Th ru May 18thfillPllIllU ment during his mini-camp stay In Oakland. Her husband is 18 hours("Iough.to "
hours so it'll be two quarters" he says) short of getting his engineering\ management ?. :.
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degree. .,
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odds are long that any free agent can make the grade with a NFL team, as a/? .
matter of fact very few late round draft choices make the final cut.but people I lnl,:(
Bradford swear that all Donnie Sewell needs is a chance. "If, he gets a chance;V
he'll make it." I've heard over and over again. .

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Dates to Remember j J
Bradford High's Spring Sports Banquet has been set for Thursday May 17,at,.' V
the Starke Elementary School Cafeteria..... Pro wrestling comes to the BUS,'.:"
gymnasium Saturday, May 26, to benefit the Tornado athletic fund. The lineup,".,,
has yet to be announced..... Keystone's Post 202 American Legion baseball team, ,.,'
hopefully including 2r4 Bradford High players kicks off a college-length schedule
Wednesday,May 23,with its Green-White game in Keystone.The first encounter :,
with outside competition Is a home doubleheader with Jacksonville Post 137 set "
MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL We Are Our Already for Saturday May 26. A 53-54 game campaign (depending on tournaments)] ,
1Jd Cutting follows.....Brooker's Rainbow Marine will be hosting a Men's Slow Pitch tourney <
Thursday-Saturday,May 1820. '.t..

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Class AA girl's track'and Held meet with a record-setting time of 2j23.8..wYap
"'"- \ i.: Tai1 : SOSTEAK" : .That effort.dsrevenntor-phenornMial-. -'<>whew yoo co0aidetrthap'Mic1tl71lti .
-'- ,, UI kicked the defending state champ to,win the event
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J I l:1 3 : ForThe Great Reception From Intramural Track ..
: Some of the times at Bradford High's recent Intramural Track Meet compelledvarsity
D I N N Eft "='" We Have ReceivedEACH track coaches as well as others at BUS to talk about the track talent at
the high school-but all of the comments were'nt happy ones as coaches
J :'""r .'r wondered why a few of the best performances were turned in by students not on j\l
: a DAY OF OUR GRAND OPENING! the track team. !
Winners in the girl's division were: Terri Parrish (a Softball player in the
; WE WILL HAVE A DIFFERENT SPECIAL shot, 31'3", discus 81'3", and Softball throw 156'; Lady Tornado runners I.;:
Theresa Woody in the long jump 15'B",and high jump,4'9"; Judy Hankerson in
.... JUST FOR YOU. IF YOU HAVEN'T the continuous broad jump 40'10".triple jump.31'3",and 220.28: Louette Smith Ifc
". .,. in the 440. 67.0, and 100, 12.2; and Tiffany Griffis in the mile 6:45: ; the fourth,
'- DINED WITH US YETHere's period mile relay team 4:57: fourth period's 440 relay !\quartet of Hankerson
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'" 4:59.8, and 440 weight relay team, 65.2.
; .,JrJ Your Chance To Get A Boy's winners included winners of eight events who did not compete,or at least
.. didn't finish the year with the track team. Tornado runners who won were: :'
r.' Thick Juicy Steak At Our Best Price Ever. Johnny Badillo in the mile,5:10: ; and Herbert Hawkins In the 220.24.3; while non4
varsity winners included: Steve !Marks in the 10010.7; Garrett Petteway in the :
440,56.1: Glen Carter in the long jump.20'; high'jump, 5'9": shot put.406, and .
softball throw 210'; Henry Pete in the discus. I02rl", and continuos broad jump.a
50': DeWayne McBride (baseball player) in the triple Jump 36'U": The fifth ?
STEERBURGER period 440 yard relay team of Pettaway Marks Frazier Bass, and Timmy :r
t.'l Flowers. 47.2; and the same four winning the 880 relay. 1:37.9. '"
W Overall class champion was fourth period with 250 points Jo 208.5 for" fifth .
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' Starke's Green Machine Hunting National, World Softball Honors (I II


r u irrP', fence Included 24 teams from seven With statistics In before last homers. 27 RBflft DIw ....... ,
1 state with Collta'e and Jerry's Cater weekend's tournament Carton. the homers. 20 RBfr. OeHht. .e.,4di. 0 ,
leg of Miami as well M Dutxwe of home-run belter of recent Machine homers 8 RBI'
I Pensacola. the team that edged teams was still the team's offensive Local Softball fans get a chance to
Green Machine out for the state title leader. He was racking the ball at a see Green Machine in action la Stark
-., last year and then did the same in the .738 pace with SB round-trippers, and at the end of the Summer. The
j c South Regional to nab the region's second 127 RBI's in 133 at bats.All except the Machine will host the Florida M..'.
spot to the National Tournament at bat total are team highs.Crawfordwas Major slow-pitch tourney at the Ed- I
(behind Ken Sander's Ford of second In all three categories ward's Street complex now under ,
Alabama). with 38 homers and 67 ribbies to go construction. That Is the first rung In I
All the Machine: did was win five along with a .719 plate average. the po t-sea1Ol1 tourney ladder which
w Kamee in a row. Partner's II of Other totals through 28 games will then include the Regional, Na
I Panama City fell 27-10, Col in's was read: Stevens-.615, 34 homers 66 tional, and World tourneys
\ crushed 36-17, West Brother's of RBI's; AusUn-.703, 21 homers. 52 "We can play with anybody that's
0 0f t f Alabama was dropped 25-8, and RBI's; lIannigan-, IS homers 52 got a ball-club." Thomas repeats.
Joyful Acres of Jacksonville was RBI's; Stratton-.62l, 18 homers 62 "We've got a team that could win the t
thrashed 45-19 In the winner's bracket RBI's; Hazen-.., 26 homers, 48 world championship but we know that I
finals as the Machine tagged 28 home RBI's; McGee-,551, 15 homers, 44 when you get in a tournament with a
i icKe runs In the final "we loafed some" RBI's; Smith .483. 20 homers 46 bunch of teams that are Just about as ,
? Thomas said, as GM topped Joyful RBI's; Hartley-.637, 10 homers 29 good as you are you can t be sure of '
4tr AcI'22.. RBI's; Steve Ammons-.457 12 what is going to happen."

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just"the: Green Machine" to most South Regional to Ken Sander's Fordof Thomas said empasizing that the f ') I
1 softball aficlanados around the South Alabama (the current world team knows what It takes to win big. ) I t'
las wel( as in their hometown of number one) and Dubose Include: Carlton, Stevens, Hazen, Austin i ,
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I competition it can find In Florida, my llannigan a slick-fielding short- the world classic. :
(Georgia. Alabama... and anywhereelse stop out of the Boston Red Sox The Machine's tourney wins camein I
close enough to make a weekend baseball organization who hits with a loaded Jacksonville tournament
softball trip worthwhile. authority.Thomas says Hannigan is a in St. Pete and then In the Rose City >
I This year is the year of" the scratch golfer and "an unbelievable Invitational In Thomasville, Georgia,
Machinthe year GM might battle athlete"; Tommy Austin who was April 2729. During that streak the
[ or national and world title honors once the national Division II college local powerhouse was playing the
says its coaches and players and early batting average champion at Rollins. best competition In the South-and \
season play backs up that wait till dominating.
this year statement. Green Machinehas "We now have seven guys who have The Rose City Invitational for InMOTHER'S ,
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STACK UP Mad IMHap.IK KLake.St.. 4-1 1-1 IfDY DY Major League Has 3 Teams Within 16-GameofLead

Standings after games of Tuesday. Math. r.
Calvary 44M1tIQrJL The Mew split 1.1 for the week but A five-run rally In the fourth put the the first when Gary Tyson doubled ble Jason Bennett bomereda d Greg
JStJL MAJOR W.&. own a half-game lead In Dixie Youth Giants up 6-4. Jason Bennett led off and scored on a hit by Greg Wilkin WUkenon and Chris Thomas added
Waters 74 Mats 44 Major League baseball for 11.12 year- the big Glantg fourth with a home son.The Mb for the Giants.
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RebelsWOMENS H LBlua. 1-4 Br.d..1 including a 5-3 win over the league plated two runs. James Johnson was Shane Johnson and Stephen Jones ning margin aa the Braves edged 5-3
leading Mets. Four teams are right admitted on an error and he and followed with back-to-back doubles. A by the Mets last Friday night
P18J.DOYWJr behind the .4-2 Meta. The Braves' 2-0 Chandler scored in a single by Gary fourth run was added In the second Tony Milliard and Mike ChapeU
h.nl8'" BYMIMflR_ WJ, mark was the week's best, however, Tyson. The first Giant run came in when Ron Wills singled and scored on walked ahead of John David Francis'
CHURCH JKO.ai. UHonlcaClvllan I.' Ptillllss Hl3M. and pulled them even with Dodgers. Doug Samons' double. two-RBI double. Francis scored and
Grace Hope 44 M l-l Tigers Indiana. loW Lawtey Gold, and Lawtey Blue, all Down 6-4,the Mew tied the game 6-6 Barry Warren walked, stole second
Olympian In the bottom of the sixth with two and scored on back-to-back hits by
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i St Ed. H Ftrattrda l-l L.Hanger* 1-4 The Braves won 5-3 over the Mew Tennis Lessons runs Dan Duffy was admitted on an Jason Polk and Robert Taylor for the I
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I were 7-6 over the Giants,Lawtey Blue Offered SG&CC scored on a single by Doug Sammons. Warren singled and scored on a In
5-4 over the Dodgers, and Lawtey Willis' game winning hit came in the field hit in the third for the fifth Brave
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Cash & Carry Only On This Special Doug Samons was 3-for-3, Including Lawtey Blue S-Dodgers
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Jr.-Sr. Battle Jamboree Will End Sprin:Football J I'

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Spring drills for Bradford Offensively, the Mocking wall, with but
High''s 79 football club have been four players who started at times last Th ddeefgensivwayswill be ri
underway since April 28 as the Tornadoes season, will provide early strength. tripped completely by graduation.
prepare with three major Senior Chapman is working at "It needs rebuilding" Hume says. i
event! In mind: y center "It looks like Al will pick upright Ml** Teston and David Sparta I.
1)) The annual Junior-Senior battle where Marcus Cruce (All-Area) both looking ahead to their Junior '
matching last Fall's seniors and nextyear's left off." Hurse says. Allen Scott it seasons, should step into starters ottt s s.r \ I
Tornadoes. It has been set for back at his strong-side tackle post and roles according to the Bradford Head 55 L i'' VI ,
Thursday, May 24, at Bradford Field. fellow seniors Johnny Bell and Jay Coach. Seniors Richard Smith, 1 .d ti I .,
2)) The Jamboree which will we Griffia return at guard where they another player with varsity experience 1 Cra [0 \
culminate Spring practice with two saw plenty of time last season. Barry Thomas,back out for
quarters of action at Florida Field in Juniors Ronnie Rodriguez and football after a year layoff,and Curtis 'If'
Gainesville Thursday night, May 31. Ricky Griffls are working at tight end Shell, a newcomer, along with juniors "
3)) The September 7, season openerat and weak-side guard respectively Kenny Etheridge, Dwayne Strickland I
Bradford Field against rival Mac- while llth-graders Junior Schoening And Jonathon Johnson figure in the .
denny. That will come after three and Joel Stalnaker figure In the picture secondary. Three players who will be ''J
more weeks of final workouts in the at offensive guard. sophomores next year, Darryl Thorn- NF
Fall.For The offensive backfield will be ton,'Brian Thomas, and Randy Red : ,
the Tornadoes, or at least for '" without two-year starters Jeffery dish have shown good potential flume t ::r s NNF
the coaches, those events aren't In ) Norman. Doug Reddish, and Marty notes. :: ;
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their order of Importance as Head ChasUln. A young quarterback ......................... 1 ':
Coach David nurse and his staff try to .,......,.....,,/i1f triumvirate of Scott Allen, last year's
toughen what is now a 54 man roster backup as a freshman Bill Goodge, The Jamboree schedule will have '"
(including Jayvees) into shape for the BUS Head Coach David Hurse will the JV signal-caller as a soph last BUS opening play at 7:30 p.m. with a
coming season 10 baseball players be starting his lath year a. head man season, and Ricky Sullivan who'll bea quarter against Santa Fe and then !
and one track runner were still busy of Tornado football nest Fall-but this sophomore, have all been! with the taking on Gainesville Eastside In the ,Wrs tli ,
with their Spring sports so some of the might be his last 8chooiActivities baseball team drills. second quarter. Following that I
veteran leadership for next year's Florida High That has throufreshman Tom Eastside will play Gainesville High r
team has yet to don pads. Association: vote of principals last Paladino into the practice quarter- Buchholz will meet Santa Fe, and
"We knew we'd be without them for week pot an end to Spring workoutsbut backing role. Gainesville and Buchholz will tangleIn
awhile" Hurse said of the 'absent ;- Kurae-vehemenUy against the "Tom has shown fine Improve the final period. Defensive end Jimmy Wright and defensive tackle Ronald Mathews g.bead to
group that includes his top three move as are most prep football meat" Nurse said "He didn't play Tickets will be$1.50 for students at head In a Spring practice tackle drill J .1 '
as well least coaches-notes that the vote was so school and $2.50 for adults and
quarterbacks as at a couple football last year but If had been out "
"We need to have three .
things to be a good tackling ball dab Sexton told th.defensive '
close that another vote might put SprIng students at the
other starters "We gate. HUTS all
probable ,
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Just might a candidate for the star
unit "We've got to have contact, the around and J
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get get
this practice back on the agenda Bradford fans .
felt like gives us a chance to work ting varsity job this season." to buy their tickets at drive.. '
with the younger people." before 1980 At running back the loss of Tyson,a BUS to boost the Tornadoes pre-
And there is a slew of young peopleto will be stronger and as the young first team all-stater who weaved his Jamboree ticket count. :
work with. Only 19 returners are secondary improves our defense will way to 1,734 yards rushing with 13 "They wanted to kick us out of the
back from the 1978 8-3 Elk's Bowl Improve, maybe ending up to better touchdowns leaves a gaping hole to Jamboree because they don't feel like t
champion. Five of those returners than last year's defense. fill. Senior John Bennett and junior we buy enough tickets." the BUS
were season-long starters last year "Offensively of course the offensiveline Mike Jordan, a pair of 154 pounderswho mentor said.
and six others were semi-regulars but will be a strength due to ex "saw limited action but have a RUBIES CLINICr
even of that bunch five will be perience. We'll be more mobile In the lot of practice time behind them" according
underclassmen next year. The rest of backfield with our sprint-out type to Hurse are the most experienced w .
the roster is loaded with juniors, quarterbacks too. I think we just running back candidates. r- MTI Tilt nut -
soph's,' and even ninth-graders. might be better offensively than last 195 pound senior Randy Thompson Is HAMPTON> M idMttt: ears
be keeping more ninth and year by mid-season-if that's not too out for football for the first time and
tenth graders up with the varsity this late'" working at fullback while senior Ed I81DWAY S-S IMMtt: .M..|tts..he. tfIttMN "
year because of the Spring practice Returning to hold down defensive Hamilton and juniors Lin Davis and ( ifJttoM..**..) I
ruling." Hurse said, referring to last front positions are defensive signal-) Jonathon Johnson will also be totingthe STAKE Mt iS-t311redtadgetrt: I
week s vote of Florida principals caller Danny Hildebran at linebacker ball In practice. L7 .
which will ban Spring practice effec. along with noseguard Kevin Reddish "Bennett, Jordan, and Hamilton LAWTEY S-U 1:30-1:31: GlgralRabies
tive next year unless the coaches can and weak-side tackle Frank Swindell. have all looked
drum up enough support to get Hildebran will be a senior while the Thompson shows goodypotential.." Shots Given At -, ,
another vote reversing that decision. latter two Started as sophomores last Hurse noted.Hamilton ;
Hurse, like most prep coaches! is year. Senior-to-be Timmy Jones and could also see action as a i
dead set against the end of the Spring Jimmy Wright, who will be a Junior, flanker along with Kenny Etheridge, Special Clinic Prices. ,
sessions he says are beneficial both Sparks, and junior Bobby Martin. At
are slated for starting roles at defensive hut."" O.at.'p'Voccmohon for "
from the standpoint of preperation end and linebacker respectively. split end Kenny Clark "maybe the Co"I I}
and injury reduction. Both saw plenty of action last year, fastest guy on the team and the player CHIP (Ditwnpw' Hpomit.Upto and ra'Oinllutnio" ) "
"So far drills are going pretty well, especially late in the year. Others with the best hands", according to fat Does Alto Available At Sp.dottmc/ Puce '!
we're working in some new things offensively who figure in the battle for playing Hurse figures as a junior starter. 1,
for next year.We'll be running time are Martin Hersey, who will be a Defensive backs Teston and Shell and SitnsrrflfBradford .
a multiple offense with both the senior returner, and Bruce Rehberg Danny Nugent, who will be a senior
veer and the I and probably throwingthe Kenny Massey Chuck Williams, and also are working at wideout. County Health Department
ball more." Mark Crews, all sophomores who practice Monday, "Hopefully we can
What kind of team will the Tornadoes Defensive Coordinator Mike Sexton be a pretty fair defensive ballclub but .
of next Fall be' says will be counted on to provide right now we lack depth,at noseguard 1
"WeD,1 think defensively we can be needed depth. and linebacker especially."The .
about as good as we were last year." "We've got a bunch of young kids effort has been good so far
Hurse says,pausing to roll his answer who I think are going to end up havingto and we do happen to have a nucleus of -John Bennett accepts...handoff during 4DuuJOD I
around his tongue, "Our front seven play for us." Sexton, said after experienced players to work aroundHefting an,afternoon exchange: drill. QpQ D0 [


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Mrs. Herbert Tfaoraae awed themeeting tighL, Meat women suffered the tn- III BRAD -OlJ IIETION B .
of the UDC at m Western snit of the enemy One woman lost a "(\\f. I$1 "' 1'- ro clad m oory, i
steer Steak House Wednesday May husband/ and eleven sons during the ; II
a,at 3:00 p.m.,with the Lords Prayer flgbttng. Southern women are. strong S.
followed by the Pledge of Allegiance IB. forfttud and remained strong .kEtgrapI .if()() .ee..j : i :
to the flag and the salute\ to the Con Members th* rears. :
federatereport flag. will hold their annual picnic 7 08I.
A nil the nominating committee June t, 11:00: a.m. at the home of May le, ins Page W I If
chairman Mm. Loiter. Crews Mrs. Mundy on Kingsley Lake. f !
presented the list of officers selectedor CoboIIte sea will be Mrs. Charles E. f..I
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the coming year. Johns and Mrs.Guy Sale. It will be a ","d. n'' .'
Mrs. Leila Mundy, sefcretary. read covered dish luncheon. The new officers Mr. and Mrs. Claude
a letter from Eugene Mathews, for the 1979 and I960 year will I. f fr Johns
thanking the members' for the $300 be Installed at this time. All members ,
donated by the' t1DC. ) In the are urged to be present.At Anniversary
rewiring of the Historic ttr'P i' the close of the business meeting : .;: /'..1 i( !:::::.. Celebrate/ 50th )
Mr. Mathews sUte tlon :I.. delicious refreshments were served I
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cameatagoodtkne.1Swomenw ;,I h f \\I; /'to those present by the hostess comI .
.rbWj:\ ..tam'ori '\, I troitteey' composed of Mrs. Thomas, I /klYi '+ ,, '. .. :
servW'UiJeirdays;\ during*. Chairman. Mrs. N.B. Rosier, Mrs. y/ Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jackson Johns lira.I i Herbert Rltch and Mrs. '
the War Between t Ui ', tates. Their!J P;.NAY Powell. Mrs. George Flynn and 1 of Lake Butler, celebrated their Morgan j Rlcharde had hardships were endured day and' : Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Sr. Golden Wedding anniversary, Sun- reception,, and assisting were Mrs. J
day, April 8 at a reception given by C.L. Ryan and Mrs. A J. Rogers. -<
::1 Bowecs-Da'yls"Wedding' Set their children at the Lakeside Community Mrs. Johns was' 'I lovely for this "
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September Center In Lake Butler. celebration in a mauve sheer afternoon f t,
Agnes Dugger and Claude Johns of dress, complement with pearl ::'j
Mr. and Mn. Donald Bowers, an- f'5 II IIi Taylor were united In marriage in accessories. She wore a double cym- k -1
nounce the engagement and approaching Macclenny on April 5, 1929. The couple bldium orchid wrist corsage. .
I marriage of their I has lived throughout Florida with Approximately, goo guests called <. f
I 'daughter, Rebecca Lou (Beetle) Mr. Johns retiring from the Florida during itb hours qf,3 and S o'clock. f'i
t Bowers to Jeffrey Scott Davis, son of \ Department of Corrections In 1969. Mr*tod of entertained the i j
t Mrs. Marjorie Davis and the late They recently made their home In family'and t lends wltflja' buffet at f
It. : { : Grover Davis all of Keystone Lake Butler. theta*home following Ubn i.Fbllowlntf i.
"- k'. \ lIel rdtta. Mrs. Lawrence E. Dugger greeted Sl\\ daY i( I c {the |I"
: 'A. \ ;,." The wedding will be September in guests and Miss Tina Thrift and Mrs. LaHtf: ;jBuller Untied Methodist
//i:; ;, the Community Church of Keystone. David Grubbs presided over the Chur ;}IRe".'David Waller presided '
." "I'JI..At"i" The bride-elect: a 1975 graduate of registration book, which was placedon for a|family,i communion service in ti
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\: .' Keystone >land is an attractive table accented with a commemoration of this celebration.
./!.; ;.;. : :: : employed by Harold C. Farnsworth: : lovely arrangement of yellow mums. J I I!' \
''ii ". ". Jr., CPA in Starke. In the receiving line were Mr. and : !1'' tC 'Il !
: ...: 'I The prospective groom U' n t 1973 '* y r'N Mrs. Johns their children. Dr. and 'Id'' '
; .. 1, .a> ,. graduate of Keystone High School/and ." i Mrs. Claude J. Johns, Jr., of Greely MOTHeR's DAY SILK CORSAGES
'0/; / is employed by Clay ElectricU'' l Colorado, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth a. PLANTSI ROSIER, GARDEN
.... r C. Johns of Lake Butler.' Grandchildren I
.t I., .IA'JI/J CENTER phone '* -.2\4. .
tc Danny, Bob. Claudia and ..
"\, i: I YI I I Ken also greeted the guests. tC .
i MOTHER'S DAY SILK COINAGESft L- The cake table was covered with a

r .,,, .p,,.." .,.... II'' .) PLANTS ROSIERS GARDEN floor length embroidered organza Open House Set
cloth overlaid with alight lace
yellow!>> f.
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Beetle Bowers and Jeffrey Davis CENTER phone ,. .."._" ,,,...,' cover tiered pillared centered 50th with anniversary a large three-cake For Bertha Pearce f.i'l-!

,.. ... Claude Johns, .
," ---- Mr and Mrs, Sr. decorated with miniature yellow An Open House will be held for Mrs. '
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roses. Silver candlabra holding arrangements Bertha Pearce on Tuesday,May IS at

C IHHimO'N FIGHTER j) r6rtjcv.flqnpYqi4| :|<< ( : flricJi-E/ecf.' ,\ / Honored of Par f yJMlU'iCtydVtianova nations were of at yellow each end daisies of the and table.car- from the Starke 4 to 6 p.m.Golf, In apd honor Country of her dub 90th, \.

: ; whose ,maririage assisted in serving by Mrs. BUI Ed- The front of the table was accented birthday.All .
to Biljy McRae will be an eventf wards. with swags of greenery holding gold friends are Invited to Join her
UPSIDE DOWN I ,' -s.ttirday'Mat: 12,was honored ata The punch table in the family room bells at the corners and in the center.Mrs and her family for this happy occa
Tea, Saturday. May 5, at the Tom was covered with an army-navy Alfred Thrift, served the cake. sion. ;
i4lWIth'Dellclous l I I Case I residence''.on Crosby Lake. Cloth.; A smaller arrangement of The background for this setting No gifts please.MOTHER'S ;
BANANA'SPLIT featured large golden bells with
ROpl85' 6 9.l Hostesses with Mrs. Casey were Mrs. snapdragons was used. Pouring
I Lee Casey. and Mrs. Johnny Hobbs, punch were Mrs. Marvin Brown,and holing greenery to standing baskets tC p
Strawberry : ; Jr. Mrs. Ervin Andrews. magnolia and yellow
S ALE Chocolate Syrup -'Whipped Cream Nuts Bananas. ': I Mrs. Hobbs greeted guests at the Potted plants and permanent daylilles. The stage was surrounded i
door and presented them to.Miss flower arrangements were used with potted palms,ferns and pampas, DAY SILK CORSAGES \
Thurs "Frt..' Only I Canova, Mrs. George Canova.! mother throughout the home. which were also used throughout,the, & PLANTS RosteRS GARDEN,
of the bride lect. Mrs. Lee \ in- Assisting the hostesses were Mrs. hall.Golden CENTER phone V44-'214. I
vited them into the dining room. Johnny Hobbs, Sr., Mrs. Fred Moore wedding punch and coffee
1lIWfI1 f The refreshment table was covered Mrs. Mickey Moore and Miss Lloda were served from matching round tC 1i
:. with a white late cloth. An arrangement Robinson. tables, overlaid with floor length em- A
multicolored .The hostesses presented the Miss broidered organza white cloths and
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snapdragonscentered
FlWUJ.V ll l3l3fSl3 :: :the table; flanked by yellow Canova, Mrs. Canova and Mrs. accented with Pouring yellow Burnsec/-Wa/ms/ey/ j j
e hdJesj: Mrs] Paul Bridges arid Mrs. 'McRae with corsages. They also flowers and greenery. punch
FLorida 964-6567 i Maurice: Wingate,aunts of the groom presented the honoree with the sugar were Mrs. Roy Chambers and Mrs. To Be Wed May 25 \
'Tdrhple Ave. Starke. Andrews coffee
1212 N. (plect: poured' punch. They were bowl to her chosen china. John Serving were
Mrs. Felton Thrift and Mrs. Robert j 1
.r' DriRgers. Mrs. Elna Rewla and Mr. Frank
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announce the engagement, and, approaching -
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t' People like J. E. Tomllnson. :., LOWERS PUNTS daughter RlchardWalmsley.Jr.lODoIMr.andMn. Joyce Ann Burnsed to \

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FAULKNERREALTY : :tRR: is.AU. : ,m-\ t I: He df. opd County- Want Hd. .. ;. 'SERVICES PERSONAL' (, ., .:

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WATERFRONT LOTSi50x197 PHILCO W VOLT room air -ltRSON.A.t! 1 THI MOWER CLINIC Lawnmower
ft. each.Phon conditioner, excellent con ,lOR 1 : 't r iimi' ,
m $2500 964-7423. $A.. : ; 1 A.t,1, t.aUCK: ,$ and small engine

TRAMPOUNEi. 904-389-8082.Now TFchg round. dition.Itehg 3/10.$75. Phone .. $fKVltlS:: Work repaired don Including. reasonable reborlng.

REALTOR list $599.95. sole $289.95. TRAVEL TRAILERi 16 foot, OLDS TRUMPET and COM. I96B DOOGI VAN, slant six 197B urn CADIIcylinder 4 REMODELING BUILDING Henry Browder 9645760.
I 1.12. 111 C399.95. sole Avco, all metal pop-up. $100. 964-B5S9. Itchg 3/10. standard, silver' with good AT real gas covet REPAIRS New kitchens 3/l02tpd5/l7.

'. $229.95. Phone 1-778.3227. Without fixture $40O. SET OP new fender mirror tire, nice Inside $993, tall Clean and run good Phone both. family room Brick UTT18 ANGUS NURSERY
: .:964-5065 JOK. TFchg I'hon.964.7425. itch, 5/10. for travel trailer $20. Phone Bill at 964-6997 or 9644305.TFpd .....8503 otter S p.m, or block, concrete. Fireplace open for preschool
SPECIAL PRICES on nursery YARD All by 3 fomlllM: ....7425. 'Itchg 5/10. weekend. Itpd 8/10 specialists. Grllfls Construction. children low rates, hot

lock: Azalea, gal can. behind Andrew Drug- FrIday PHILCO 111 veil room air 1971 MONTI CARLO. Phone 473.2108 or meals, by day or week.
2305 N, Temple Ave., Starke $1.50 och. 18"-24"; Fruit and Saturday, May conditioner' excellent con Custom: fully loaded, goodcondition. :.P.EftQ 1 'At, 473-2578. TFchg Phone 9648940. North

UHl !I''H 4 tree; Boxwood 10".,,". 1112. Itchg J/10. dltlon. $73. Phone 9647425. Phone ....-t897, MOBILE HOME WASHINGS 1 Keller St.. Starke. Central

) RESIDENTIAL : $1.50. ""-1/", $2. See our BIO YARD SAlIl tchg 1110.nAVEL 3/3 2tchg 5/10 : .. 'Sf V.J t i. Free estimates. Phone John heat and cooling Equal Opportunity
16 foot
.. .' roses on Flo. root stock, Friday/Saturday. Dishes, TRAILIRi It** MUSTANG. Part car. Ser Employer. 5/10
::1IR.II'Q"'U.,500 1 ; $5.50 and $6.95. Shad bicycle, lumlturo. 30 Inch Avco. all metal pop-up. Good engine and :3 Ped BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Brown Mobil Home 41pd 5/31.

Hwy 16 ...-: RJS., one acr. trees, h.dge plant, electric l stove. nice table Without fixture. $400. transmission., $250. Phone SERVICE Bradford residential vice. Keystone, 4733773.
3BR, I b/4.bolhtconcreteblock| .plfef one acre lot camellia pot plant' hang- and chair Loll of Phone .....7425. Itchg 5/10. ......559. Itchg 5/10. pump-outs $45. Comemarclol "/26"tchg 3/17 CHILD CARli Reasonable

with !Jorge paks. ,M,, .Ing boskets, and many miscellaneous. US301 North YARD SALE by 3 fomllle. : 1974 TOYOTA good condition and Industrial. Fully' THLADIES/ COUNCIL of the rate, day or night'
O. C. CARNES to 29th Ave (Hammond Behind Andrew Drug Friday 38 $1500 cosh. licensed. Phone 964-8121.
'.' '-'FAMMS mar mpg. First Christian Church Is now Southslo 'School lstric,.
ft ACREAGE NURSERY. SR 100 at Kd). 6th house. Phone and Saturday May 1977 DODGI ASPEN real 1 TFchg taking appointment for Phone 9645452. Itpd 5/10.

:2 BR Mobile Home, ',9 acres Keystone oreo REDUCED. Florahom. 23 miles SE of 1964-6743. Itpd 5/10. 1112. tchg 3/10. nice car low mileage, $500 BUI'S SAW SHOP Complete family portrait Call today
Stark. Phone 6592165. CLOTHES FOR IALI.Wom.n' BIO YARD SALEl old for and sharpening service,circular
3BR with 4 or cor my port and 11.14 color
acres Hwy 16 West.4BR get your
4/12 TFchgBURGLAR and children*. 428 Friday/Saturday. Dishes, resume payment Phone hand carbide, chain $6.95.
21. Con. Blk. with 10 ocres and 2 bams. AND FIRI S. Thompson St.. Stark.. bicycle*, furniture, 30 Inch 16/6580. Itchg 5/10. mower blade hollow ground portrait for only Linda Pan.eler. .

4 acre with well" ft driveway lowtey area.VA ALARMS Residential and Itpd 5/10. electric stove, nice table FORD PICKUP FMS Low and balanced leave at Phone. Portrait 964-5819 by Malestlc ,'" .... I .. ... ,
acr.& Ls h of Starke. commercial. Free estimate YARD SAlli 5/10 thru 5/13 and chair, let of mileage. $3500. Phone Jackson Building Supply Cleveland. '
Studio, j
7 ocr.$7.SOO-Ea.y T.rms. DON HILL SECURITY Thursday thru Sunday 9 until mIK.II_.. US 301 Northto 9646406. 920 Thomas St.. Stark or Keystone Hts. Color Tenn. 5/3 2tchg 5/10 ,ffiEfflilfflliSTUDIO: J !

Socr.aS,000-Easytem.. .' SYSTEMS. 4733549. TFchg dark. Moving must toll. M 29th Ave (Hammond Stark 3/10. TFchg '
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Blk. with 2 oWd circle drlv. SR Rd). 6th house. Phon m "
4BR. 2B. Con. % acre FENCING All kinds, hog mil Wt Vo-Tech on OLDS ALCOHOLICS CHRISTIAN LADY desire to

;i I. :if). wire welded wire, barbwire 229. Follow *lgn.. Nw od- 9646743. ltpds10.CLOTHES 1973 DELTA U. elec. ANONYMOUS Phone do babysitting In her horn*. GIRL has opening
trie window, cruise
WATERFRONT. wood chain link; free dl., $135; miscellaneous FOR SAlliWomen' control. 964-5148 or 9646582. TFchg Phone
...-- .. household good and *and children's.. 428S. AM/FM stereo radio.B track Fenced yard In town. In exciting new Beauty
estimates. Manning Fence SEWING MACHINES 5/10
!' Bill'housry.' i .. Phone 9647024. Thompson St.. Stark In dash, engine In excellent 964.523.5/3 2tchg Break program. Enjoy fun
yecJrt cloth.
3BR. 18 Con. only12 J old on Sampson Lak. Co.. 473-4822 Keystone. REPAIRED All makes cleaned fashion highest earning.
condition.
_. TFchg Itpd 510.CHAIN Itpd 5/10. Asking $900 orbed and BA/Y-SITTING In my horn
On. acre on Crosby. Lok. restricted ar oiled adjusted. $10. Phone' collect
YARD SALE. 510 thru 513Thursday offer Seen Of 513 thru Fri
PALOMINO MAREi 7 LINK FENCE Work Jomet all age Monday
V. ocre-100' fr o il .! old. with tack. $330. Phone material. Do It yourself and thru Sunday 9 until Washington anytime Itpd Strickland comer MorganRd day. 9646821.3 2tpd 1/19ltchg 5/10
473.2532.3/3 2tpd 5/10 .av*. Installation avail obi.. dark Moving..must ...II.oIa 3/10. and Hwy 16. TFchgHELP 5/10. ment.
BASS BOAT 13 1/2 ft. Free estimates. HandyMan mile West Vo-Tech on SR
ilarge : Fence Co. 964.8559. TFchg 229. Follow sign' *. New toddle
Malibu model 40
1977 hp .
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service station with remodeled of flee.. Include
Equip. $135 miscellaneous ----
Mercury with Mercury PATIO COVERS 10x20 $179 :
ed.210'Hwy301. :: Thruster trolling motor. unlntalld. limited supply. household good and
218' /frontage on Hwy 30t-S.rvic. Station pump.and tank. clothe Phone 9647024. i
Included .t Phone 96 .7185 aft. 5 p.m. GATOR ALUMINUM 4620 Keyafconsr Rrea AdsIAROCO& I
$2.300. Itchg 5/10 NW 13th St., Calnvlll. Itpd 510.TOPPIR .
Hwy 301 North 150'.200' lot with'mall con. blk. bldg. FOR APPLIANCES see 3729767. TFchg FOR B FT. liD

Great Location Whit. Ham ft Auto. TV', HAY FOR SALE Round bal**. Folding bad, foam mattress,
Mobil. Home Pork-12 acre Included 8 mobIl. home.. rang., freezer, $15 och. Arthur Caklni. medicine cabinet jump| LAKE LOTS FOR WANTIDiAnlmalHospital CASH FOR GOLD Sterling FOR SALIt Keystone
Room for expansion. refrigerator stereos Phone 7823140. TFchg seat. curtain for all win. SAlliKeyston Heights .ha ''staff opening Jewelry diamonds, coins, Height' New 3 BR 2 Both

vacuum., sowing machine. LUMIROCKt Allen Taylor' dowi. Keystone Hi*., Beautifully wooded lot on for attendant.; Exciting opportunity dental gold. Will visit your wood and stucco horn All
MOBILE HOME OR BUILDING LOTS Ask about our big discount Phone 782-3172 473-4871. Itpd 5/10. clear and bottom lake. for Industrious. home anywhere. Mr. Ruth appliance Included Central'

White' Horn. and Auto weekday Lawtoy alter 6 p.m. or WALDO AUCTION In red Good term or discount for person to work with man. ..1089.2/1 tfnchg. H/A wall to wall

These Iota can b* penhased for as LOW a* 13% down. Keystone Ht... 473-4078.5/3 anytime weekends. TFchg barn on Rt 24 In Waldo. New cash.1 to 5 acre with nice animals, Transportation TAKI OVER carpet.1,215 *q.ft. plus
.; 111 < i 4tchg 5/24 AHIA HAY and used merchandise and tree overlooking lake from necessary Hour depend on PAYMENTS garage. 37750. Call

1 or l'/i ocr. lot. HAy 100W. OLDS TRUMPET and case. highly fertilized.Argentina Phone furniture. Under new auctioneer $3.300 $500 down$50 cat load. Reply by letter 351.1979 A.T.Custom. AM-FM.Ford Pickup 9,684 "7 ."789. 4tpd 4/19 3/10.

Lots with well 1 septi .. low .. $3.495. $100. Phone 964-8339. Itchg 964-6071 TFchgWATSON'S and new manage month. Commercial lot on only. Dr. I.E. Parrlsh. It. 2 mile Must ..11. Payment HELP WANTIDiAnlmal

5/10. HOUSE OF ment. Every Friday and SR-2I North available. Box lOS, Keystone Heights, $169.41. 473-2261. Itpd SIlO Hospital desiresmaintenance '

Paul H. P.ulkn.r-R..Itor SET OF NEW fender mirror VACUUMSi Many brand of Saturday 7:30: p.m 5/10 Owner-Salesman. 473-4375. FL 32656 5/10 Itchg. FOR SALE: 1973 Pontiac ...r.on. OpenIng -
for travel trailer $20. Phone
Susan M...kk....Realtor. new vacuum Used 2tpd 517.SEVERAL. 2/22 tfnchg. HOGS FOR SALSlAII.1.... Catallna Wagon. PS. PB, In future. Night hours
Evening' ,,,.,,72 964.7425..ltchg 5/10. machine avallabl Part ITIMSi Dun 8 ACRES on 214 near Some still with mother Call PW AM-FM radio two ton*. transportation essential.

and accessories for oil. buggy. $400. 1969 Plymouth Keystone Height. $300 4737151. Itpd. 5/10 I good condition. MORE Reply by letter only. Dr I.E.

REALTOR ASSOCIATES REGISTERGAS vacuum systems. 404 NW Wagon $250 with 318 dawn $89.81 per month. FOR SALIIT978 Sunbird. DETAILS call 473-2747 Porrlsh Rt. 2 Box 103.

1 Irene..ul..._.........11..2 10th Av*., Gainesville, engine. 2 roller can mill, Phone 473-4058 or 473-4367. PS/PB. Automatic'Air condition Itchg 5/10 Keystone Height, FL 32656.
Veda M. S..E_.,,,.,*44 AND OILus phone 3767110. TFchg $75. Phone 7823321 after after 6 pm.329 tfnchg AM/FM. very clean. 5/10 Itchg.

Julie L. Grlflls-ive.94-7489 :. TlNMfttM $1. DO DROP IN Bargain Hausei 3:30 p.m. weekdays. Itpd NEW MOBILE HOME R.V. Excellent condition. 15,000 FREE Six wonderful kitten, PURE CHICKEN MANURE
US 301 South. W* buy and 5/10. PARTS STORE also miles.,Call 4733165. 5/10 to good home 1 pretty, 1 .spread on pasture or
fM-StM used furniture. Phone .lively. 3 playful and 1 ugly.
sell RCA .
VISCOUNT X-310 ORGANS Whirlpool. GE port 2tpd :. dumped for gardens Coll
964-6740 9 to 5 Whll. they lost Call
LP Bottles equipped with two 37 note, WHEELERS betweenKeyitoneMelrote. .0.SAU.t2 ft, trailer, fwo- 73-2B.I1tpd 5/10 F.E. Grainger. 1-546-3681
and
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Mon.-Thure., 9 to Fri. "
BRASINGTON .
4/5-26 tfn.
A overhanging keyboard and ton central air conditioning Hawthorne. 4tpd
Ralphyan Sat. 3/1 TFchg
: c.d1D.e -'OckmoMIeSaIe&S Motor Home Filled NEWSPAPER ROll 13 not. pedal keyboard 475-2401. tin chg 4/19. unit air compressor six- GARAGE SAlll May 10 II, FOR RENT Lake Geneva 3
Real Estate nric Several available with rhythm unit. $700. cylender, International BR, 2 Bath mobile home with
INDS: DOCKS BUILTi of 12. Crystal L.k.. earner of
Of Used VketttiUTrtts. various lengths, all either Phone 9647131. I Itpd 5/10. Cypress engine, eight-horse ,lawnmower Oak and Lakevlew. Drive air conditioning. Partially
:tine Selection ri ..I treated
2305 N.Temple A.... pressure pine. furnished. $150 month
YARD SALEi per
Saturday May
IS" or 30" wide. Good for 69 Chevy pick-up OH Row C-1Furniture,
Starke. Fla.PIan.94 Cart Taken On "'TIm 12, 7 until. SR 16 Reasonable rate. Call Include water and garbage
a.m.
children to color on table near 19, ft,, boat 120 horsemotor lathes, cookware,
-e7Ee.. : : I QJdil1Dd 71eds. cover, etc. BRADFORD SR 121, Pot Dickon. Several 813270.19 tfnchg. console stereo and draperies. misc.473-4772.11 pick-up. Phone 473-2383

Office op.n''! )) tins 2001 N.W/13 3785301'GAINESVILLE. fctnerMLillian COUNTY TELEGRAPH 135 participant Follow .''gn.. LOANS AVAILABlEiAny MORE. Immokale Rood 'chg 8/10 .after 4 30 p.m. 3/3 tfnchg.

Monday W. Coll. Starke. TF Gigantic tale. I Itpd 5/10. amount home or venture ,Box 142-C, Keystone WHOLE SALE AUC-
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473-4838.
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by appointment. Ethel G. Batchelder Rt.2 Height or retail business space. Hwy
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NORTH' CAROLINA Box 409, Keystone Height, 'FOR RINTiTwo bedroom' 21. north Call 473-3288 percent
dl... Tool, groceries
'FHA approved. 36R ::2 MOUNTAINS'' BIRCH'S ilPffl '''PEST CONTROlTX 32636.. licensed Mortgage home on Lake Santo Fe. 4732226. tin chg 3/10. household Item, novelties.If .
11 bath, block In town. 3..1 ACRES Broker Phon. 473.2585. $175 a month. Call 475-1488 UPHOLSTERViReasonableprices.
buy to resell can
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.2 BR, on. bam block.tn 'TRACTS.fantastic view, Pearson SERVICES FLORIDA or ((501)) 486-5816 in Arkansas. 473.; 032. 4tchg.. buy In quantity. Bill Perry-

Pine Haven .overlooking velleys. .Thl' REALTOR lV15."n. ,5/10 tfnchg. //260'S/". auctioneer 2315 S.E
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'2 BR, on. bath bloc. .. i *f
would make Hawthorne Rd.
tract dandy .Gainesville.
t I.AW n:Y. FLORIDA HEtP ANTttCpersorf: toi,
Christian Street large lo ?,mlnlJe_<,Has* .large log 711:1.3HOfJ: operatw-concesslon stand at 4tpJlt 5/2H t_JkUPHOLSTERY

'6 acres ft /BR-Hanpton. ,barn, also he* spring and Fill 'DIRT Gold Head Branch State FABRIC SALE
Paved rood. even has a creek the run Handyman Special: Two SAY'SPROFESSIONAL Park May I through Labor 25 percent off. I also I do

I '26 ocr.. waterfront- thru. property Border a bedroom house. $5,000. Small Day. Call toll tree upholstery.Work
Grondin-T.rms, paved hlghwey. A steel at Large Or Jobs 1-800-282-6634. 2tchg. guaranteed. 473-2595.. 1 Itchg

, .2 to 10 acres-Several. _IF' $8500. Good terms, ,,3 BR from. on 1.6 acres, j 53510. 5/10
Iocations-T.rm.. $1100 dawn, assume an. paved road. Need repair. A Dozer Work.

I Two rental house. In Good term.. $12.800. ? .

town MOUNTAIN CABIN approximately 1 Older 2-story from. 5 BR IBA K>ACMES-HOUSE HOLD IPEST CONTROL'FLEA rfT 24x52 DOUBLEWIDE
.....5 ocr.. ft SBR Cape one ecre. $25,000 terms. Foundations Three bedroom., 2 full bath, front kitchen, central air,

Cod. Dandy garden spot. This I* owning., skirted oil set up and ready. to move In..only'

Building lots-ln town S a handy man special HOME INCOME: Comfortable Top Soil 9995. VA and bank financing available.

out12x64. because It I la not finished Older from horn, 9rm.

mobile home on Inside. roughed wired and .. 1 bo 50 pecan trees' Ld r JIMMY MARTIN-964-52301 j Phon.964-5606

waterfront lot plumbing .....,I.t.d. 3 rental mobile home, 1 Olln's Mobil.Horn.,dealer
.Motel" ft'Trailer"ParV-one Water and the outside I I. extra hookup Apx. $400' V

of th. best .In town"'and completed. Large d.ck mo. 1 Income 6 ocres Reg. Real Estate Broker
moking money overlooking' meuntelns.You $65,000 term Broker-

Now booking for con live In It while you Owner. -
301 North Trail MotWJUwtey PROFESSIONAL AUTO LEASING
INC.
summ.r-:2BR cottage on finish It up. 8 mile, from

Klngsley Lak. Murphy$22$00.. $SOOO Furnished 2 BR Mobil. Office 782-3031 1:00 'M I,. PM ,
Tired of looking L.t us dews ...u.... loan. Horn on 1 ocr. $13.500. 1002 W. Madison Street Starke Florida Phone 964-6027

build a new home witha Home 7S23BOAAOIOl --- ---- .
"Touch you of Class". Watch 2.7 ACRES loceted an I.... 4 to 26 acre In lowtey. i LtABINO AU. MAKES! AND. ALL MODEL THROUGH LICENSED BROKERS ONLY

for our Model Home ,ha"Borc.lona" streem reel good access. $3,000 per acre term, NEWLY WEDS LOOKING FOR A MOBIL : .
: I.'AIf E1 ri1
LOOKING FOR PRIVACY II ..
at the Country .. About 0'". acre garden HOME LOT NEED EASY
Club) : area er pasture. Plenty of 10 acre fronting SR 230 WITHOUT ISOLATION? TERMS? Than we've got CIltilgl = 'IAMcliMi r awns f -
..........NNtIH NN room to build 3 or 4 and Wilson Rd. 22000. This home hoi 1 bedroom what you're looking for. )
Your setlsfectlonIs 1 both a walk-In closet
house leys gentle largo
our future I trees cover ttil* tract. Plen 36.35 Acre 1340 US 301 and kitchen-living area. A0102 THI KIDS CAN Featuring Cash Rebates On
M M M rN.N N..r N. term The remainder of the unfinished WALK TO SCHOOL from All Makes And Model Vehicles
IvenlngstRalph ty of privacy. SJtSO. $1800 $36.300
P. Bryan I down. Plenty of wild gem floor space can be this lovely Stucco home set
Reeher.64-6_ and good fishing In this 80 A form 3 BR 2 Bo horn, completed a* your need. under the shade of Pecan IJ. on..7 -

I. m ..... barn _t-bldg.. 30 pecan grow. All this on over an. ,..*., There ore 3 1979 FOHOF-100 -..... 1970 CONTINENTAL
Weyne DeuglesBrokerSelesmen trees, fenced ft cross- ocr*. bedroom., file bath living I --l. PICKUP 2 Door Coupe

Phone *"-65" REALTOR These ere a few of ever 'feMed'150.000. HANDY MAN WITH IMAGINATION .room, kitchen dining True Monthly Colt True Monthly, Cost
2000 listing. We ,,_. ell room and screen porch.A011S -. '8289 .
Devld Dyel. Assoclete NEEDED FOR. 209 85
type of property listed 100 acre farm, well septic
Phone 4M-112S ft elec. 100 THIS HOME. It require NEED Aovenoe Payment '. 98 Month' *t'133.63 Advance Psymant'090,1
from $500 per acre end up. App. pecan relocation to lot.YOU CRAMPED g. 38 Month it '288.73, '
i} We have smell tracts we trees divided by paved DON'T HAVE ONE your?No ROOM WANT A SMALL (Toted' of Monthly P.yments'4.501.08)) (Tout of Monthly Payment. .t 0.882.281) .

else.|haw several. cabins. rood. $130.000.OfPICEt blem. W* have lot pro and GARDEN This home con CASH REBATE! AT LEASE END .Z,271S.00 CASH REBATE AT LEASE I END S 4.02ll.od '

AoWesold farm. etc. EASY TERMS. solve your special home OR PURCHASE FOR ONLY .500.00 OR PURCHASE FOR ONLY '800.00 .'
Write er cell for free listing lewtey Turn at 4 need. 3 bedrooms, the
brochure.: You cn cell free school toward Baptist bath living room kitchen- AUTHORIZED LICENSEE:

j .f charge by dieting, church.. Then right et AOII3 HIRES A HAVEN dining room, and a FAMILY
FOR IQUESTRIANS. Ten PROFESSIONAL AUTO
LEASING
1-SOO-4M-742I. Write ., Church (follow signs). th ROOM on a very spacious INC.
Acre In *
Picturesque
FINANCING
cell today. 1/3 ac. lot. FHA -
'. CHEROKEE LAND CO.. DAY. EVE. WEEKENDSPhea7U3 country. AVAILABLE. Phone 984-6927'

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:: :'i'isi In the Circuit: Court 'In Railroad and the Nor- Florida on or before VICES of the STATE OF .

\ 'J and for Bradford County therlyrig std of way line of May 21. 1979 and file FLORIDA a public body numbered In denomination the authorizing resolution Madame Jace
: Florida. Case No. 7944. tRod Mlddleburg the original with the corporate Plaintiff ve TInE OR INTEREST IN of. and to mature a* a true and correct
j Well Fargo Bank and run Easterly" Clerk of this Court either STATE OF FLORIDA and PROPERTY TO BE AF. follow: certified copy of which Is

.. N.A.. PlolntlH. Don H. along said Northerly before service on plaintiff the several I Taxpayer, FECTEO ,BY THE IS. STATE OF FLORIDA attached to and mad. apart Palmist.

K j Crawford. ...ax, et .1.! right of way line 179 attorney or Immediately Property Owner and SUANCE OP THE BONDS FULL FAITH AND CREDIT of the Complaint Psychic Advisor "
feet thence North thereafter; otherwise Cltlieni BRADFORD COUNTY
D.f.ndantsNo run thereof. Including DESCRIBED HEREIN. AND herein. as Exhibit 1.
ic. of ActionTo and parallel with aforesaid a default will be Nonresident All OTHERS TO BE AFFECTED ROAD BONOS-, to be The Clerk of this Court wil reed your entire lit*. Advises on 1.
for
: Ronald E. Easterly' right of way entered against you owning property or sub- IN ANY WAY doted the first (I Id) day I.I directed to cause a M affairs. Courtship
Rte
Newman ('..Id.nc. line a distance of 100 the relief demanded In |act to taxation therein. THEREBY of April. 1979; numbered copy of this Order to be ot suds a .Low ,F .
Unknown. .lost Known feet thence run Wester.ty the complaint or peti and All Others having or You. and: each of you. consecutively from on* published once each Merrfsge. Lew SuK. and Business"

Moiling Address: P.O. and parallel with tion. andthe Claiming any right, title and the State of Florida. ((1)) upward; In week for three ((3)) Speculation Overcome eN trouble*, ..
Bait IS2 Interlochen. aforesaid Northerly right Witness my hand or Interest In property to through the Star At. denomination of $5.000 consecutive weeks, Memle9. bed tuok.
Florida You or* notified of way line 179 feet seal 1 of this Court or b* affected by the Issuance for the Second each: to mature not later commencing with the This
Spiritual Medium
torney Tess
that on,, action !O.for., thence run South along this 12th day of April. of the Bond and Eighth Judicial Circuits than the latest dote .per. lint publication which you what you n"dto
close' a mortgage on th* Easterly' right of way(In* 1979.Gilbert: described In the Complaint of Florida see mined by law, oogregatIng hall not be let than know-She M I superior to any other you have ever ..

following property In a distance of 100 feet to S. Brown. A. and All Other to hereby required to ape the principal amount twenty (20))) day prior to JCneult.d'! _

., Bradford ., County point of beginning also Clerk of sold Court by be affected In any way pear before this Court In of Seven Hundred Thousand the dose *et for the sold Private I Coit/MenM/ R.adhtgr

Florida '. >, being the Westerly 179 Beulah M.Moody. Deputy thereby. Defendant.. th* Chamber of the Dollar ($700.000)) hearing .herein In nwe Look for the sign In front of her home Located
PARCEL I The Eastern/ feet of lot 7. Town of Clerk. undersigned Circuit and bearing "Interest. paper of .general. circulation
14.S feet of:the Westerly" Lowtey East of Railroad 4/19 4tchg 5/10. IN RC $700000 BRADFORD Judge ot the.Leon County payable seml-onnually published In Leon on U.3. 301 South In Starke Accross From

193.3 feet of Let 7 of East according to mop er plat COUNTY ROAD Courthouse In Talla an the tint (lit) day of and Bradford Countie KOA CampgroundOpen

; I Lewtey es per plot thereof In Plat look I. BONDS. ha._. Florida on the October and on ttt. first(1st Florida. any .:OO e m. to 10:00: p m. Pn; ......"2
6. all tn ( ) day of April of each .
thereof recorded InPt page Section 23. 1st day of June. 1979. at DONi AND ORDERED
I look I. 6 of .... Township S South Rang* ORDER 10:00 o'clock ..Ift. and ..... the lowest rate or In Chamber at Tallahassee
page
22 East.ha NOTICI TO: STATE OF rote obtainable when Leon County
public record of Bradford IIhow.cause. If any youprayerS
County Florida. been filed ogalnet' IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FLORIDA AND THE have'why the 01 the come are old, pro. Florida this 20th day of .---- L.lls----
Don H. Crawford SEVERAL TAXPAYERS vlded that such Bond 1979.
Said Easterly 14.5 feet. you OF THI SECOND the Complaint filed In April A.D. :
of tie and Won I. Crawford JUDICIAL CIRCUIT O* PROPERTY OWNERS AND th* obcMt-tV' hall not bear Merest at Donald O. Hortweil ,
being
a portion
his wife. and yaw see required CITIZENS THEREOF INClUDING granted a rate greater than thehighest Circuit Judge. therein" ha been furJudicial '
I land. described In Off I.y RC>>IDA. IN AND FOR should net-D* Circuit of
y Clol Record Book 94. to serve e copy of LEON COUNTY. and the Bond and pro rate pomIlttedby nlhed to Harry Mo*. Florida. ,I Srisen.
your written defenses. H FLORIDA. OVH. ACTION NONRESIDENTS OWN. ceedlne-'voUdGtad; and Statute; a more particular CERTIFICATE State Attorney forth ;
of said SPIROT.KYPREOS.AN
98
page public to.1t on Sidney I. INO PROPERTY OR SUB.JfCT description of ft to .hereby certified Second .
records.PARCEL. any NO. 79.91.DIVISION confirmed a* Nereid Judicial Clr- torney for Plaintiff'
.I 2;Begin Ml the Lewi*. Equlre plaintiff TO TAXATION prayed. Th Band to be old Bond and the Pro that a copy of the f oreoo- cult of the Stat of Room 433, Larson, \ .
: ottontaF. whose" address OP BONO THEREIN. AND All Issued the PWntMf led to be financed with Ing Order to which to at. Florida and Eugene T.Whltworth. .
Intersection of th by Building Tallahassee
ta 603 BJocfc.ton Building FINANCE of the DEPART. OTHERS HAVING OK to b* the proceed* thereof op- tacked" a copy of the Slat*' At. Florida
herein .
of line or. 3230*.4/26 ,
.f V of Easterly Seaboard: right Coast way Lice Jacksonville, MENTOROENERAL SER CLAIMING ANY. RIGHT designated, dated, pearIng.by referane. to Complaint/ referred to tomey for tn* Eighth" 910.I 3tchg .





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D..cllI.CLASstmDAD Far IN..rtioxii "PERSONAl'Sf Wl'V leI I S ,:: : : : : ,SElt-WInEtt} 1 : 'HOMES'fOJfS I 'U- 'toR: ',RE 't mmPURNSHED 1 ;ntl1..arREALTY. i

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MONEY TO LOANt Christian lady for MOMLI HOMES* Why pay ON KINOSUV iANIi Make APARTMENTSt

conG and Third elderly' perton. Light more? Buy direct from for you reservation now for one I BR op. no pan. or
on private"homes, household duties. Good lory. Large selection of 24, summa varofio ,,. Weekly children one *.ry. smell
( ., ) conm.rciolprep.rty pay. Pleasant living conditions. 14.12 wide. STARKI HOMI ,.,*.. AC Cottages. Phone opt., (two room). One BR ... :
ments motel : Phone" 376-7536 or CENTER, US 301 North.Open 533-2366. TFchg house also. Phone' 964-7521. PHONE W4 7776 :
[Is centers, .tc. 378-8936 Goln.n4ii.. 9/10 9 la dusk. ) to 6 Sunday. MCI on* bedroom apartments 3/10 2tchg S/17 C'RrUA :
Phone 964-8741. TFcbg I 808 N. Tempi 8trke, Florida
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5000000. Private ; :3tchg: 5/23. Will accept mall TWO BEDROOM trailer I YftWIU.aOAII
... low Interest V.,.. THRU BEDROOM blockhouse baby no pels. Phone
RN-HEMOMAIYSU UNIT Phone 964-9161
at $100 month.
< with details ta .. 40x40 block garage. 9648071. Itpd 5/10. 964-0218. Thud S/IO.
ASSOCIATES. 305 Union Correctional Center. Three BR mobile hem on PURMSHIO one bedroom or. .. ... ....' SPECIALONLY
( Bldfl.' Buffalo N. Raiford. Phon. 377-2421 3.2 acres, with I 1/2 acre with ell modern furniture. : _

.. .. 14202. 4/12 4rchg / and Gainesville Interview for, Itchg Information 3/10. fish 9644787.pond.TFchfl$47,500. Phone AC W/W ample corpelfi full the bath. llKltl'I $400.00'"Jew- .bMtodlng dsConcrete ..... seat.. :

:: : ; 'I DO YOU THRU BEDROOM block Ideal for retired private singles parking.! or ... ... .., .... -. -' .. Slick 1 Bedreem II Oak stint: fet', _
llllffll 1" CETA POSITIONS To beeligible a Air Rural wMi Ire Meettih ... !
,) r MONRVTBUSINES horn, CHI A. 2 baths ot- couples. Sorry. no children$ ** .ym.d$209.9ateery
PERSONAL LOANSi for the following lathed garoge.$10,900 mortgage or Phone 964-8394. GOOD PtICIS PAID for used . .. .. .. . . .$26,40VETERANS .. :
., pets.
,, ,
,
b mobile
0" positions, you musf *. a homes'If mortgage
existing' business I at 8 1/4 pet. or after 5:30 Weekdays, i
RELIABLE PERSON WANTED sonal I loans Bradford County resident 36000. Phone "* .6287. onytfmso weekends. 3/10 3/4 paid or more. OLItTSMOBILE

to represent National moll on your economically disadvantageed TFchg 2tchg 5/17. HOME SALES, NO DOWN PAYMENT HAND
organiiatlon In this area. 1,000 and ... fast, unemployed 10 out of BY OWNERi Brick "ham with KINGSLSV lAKI HOUSI FOR 964-3606. Open, 7 day .
You will be required to pick Private .... 12 week the You mustafro 3 bedroom, 2 baths living RENT :3 bedrooms, extra weekly. TFchgWANTEOt NEW 3 M 2 B, CENTRAL HIAT. CONCUTI i
up and deliver also remall UNITED meet requirementsfor room. dining room on SR large bathhouse rent by Mobile/ home" ax.le .
financial paper from your Wolbrldge Bldg., .och position Low 230. I mil from hospital. week Phone 333-2354: after and time. Will, pick vp.OLIN'S BLOCK ONE HALF ACRI QUIET t
own odd,.,. Honesty New York 14202. / library Clerk Payroll Certification Pl.o.. call for oppl. 7 p.m. Itchg 5/10. MOBILE HOME
dependability and pleasing 9/3 .Clerk Propertyroom 964-8878 or 964-6701. TFchg POR liNt OR SAUl two 1 iSMES. "" .1606. Open 7 NEIGHBORHOOD ORANGE STREET 8 LEGION !
personality or. main requirements assistant, personnel I Itechnlcolonl.tont. 178 rACIMAKtRi 34x40.on travel trotters; also, three day a week. TFchg '
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position Good CUSTOM MAPI laundry rented on. ocr lot. Two apartments, to rent from TOP CASH PRICE PAID for TERRACE IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.
rale of pay. Apply...WliTED Proa estimate dellveryman recreation /largo bedroom, 1 3/4 time to fine See MlUord' coin., sterling., dental gold.
ASSOCIATES 305 Wolbrldge distributor for aide ((2)) Vocational-aide*, bathe. deluxe carpet corn Judd. I might have an.IIVCIIlobl. rings, GF scrap Jewelry, SOME OF OUR fREFEIRED PROPCRTKS .
Bldg.. Buffalo New York washable nationally' malntenonc'custodlans(3)( traf air. TV antenna and .. 127 Lafayette St.. Chains' optical frames, '
14202.: 4/12 4tchg 5/3. tl.... Gardsett ((2)) laborers, fireman, dlreo 10x10 aluminum shed 'Included Starke. iMng'S/10. watch bands, ate Phone J. l 1.100. Cettefe en Wselmetelen. Sere % acre.BeeutMul .
SW Enterprise. *, Ed tor. To be eligible for the> 2,900 or $2,900 ONI BEDROOM furnishedapartment.ufIHlla .. Bullington, 964-6290. I budding let- bash... $........
St.ph.n.., following position, you down and assume furnished. jWANTEOi Couple, without 8 'A ACRES PersyttMS R*. $" /. en *cr*.
tfnchg. : must be a Bradford Cokmty payment $ 35.7S. Phone $175, month -Phone children to live-In and keep KINCSLIY LAKE Oral view pad Lap U, eecti.
_I : ; resident, economically/ 964.3144, Stork. 5/3 TFchg 9644112 of 964-3161. Itchg house, Will provide", 3* acre $!6M *.. eere > fenced .,....
CLARKII SAW $ disadvantaged unemployed VA/FMA, largo from. throe 5110. 0 groceries, charge no rent $12.808 ......, sa Cherry It.
plete sharpening 15 out of lost :20 weeks and >BR. 2 bath CM/A, gantry: BUSINIIS SHOP on pay utilities and other 1 story celestial .... lisese B cettefe-Welmit $t. 'ur.L. .
FOUNDiSTRAYED hand circular meet requirement for.ochposition flvlngi, dining family rooms: Brownie Street, Formerly household expense*. :Cow .,. 11_. ...... __. -wtor. Owner Nemd.
COWS Describe blades.chain' sow. L : secretary, clerk glassed .In porch carport Matter Electric Shop. ;pie may work-out" If desired. Income $178. me..nlee hem 4 duplex B .*...|.. .
and pay far ad. 496-2219. Crews Building typist I.If transcriberoperator. liV utility building drapes fully $62.40 per month. Phone Send replies to P.O.'Drawer $44,008 BR 38 CHtA *versl..*d .*... ..... ...
Butler. \ :: you are carpeted. US 301 Hampton 94 5/10. A (CC); Stork.. Fla. 32091. *
5/3 7/3 SB82. Itpd
2tchg 5/10. tfnchg.USB .i. ( forested hi of thes $13,000 Let 16V x 94 Center Brdwv a Cell. i
I : positions and any meet the $30'*'. W. J. Trlgg TWO BtDROOMl( completely' 5/102tpd 317.LOSTi Brick 3BR 2B OMA .. 'A ecr.-....*.*. cHy.S36.SOO. .
LOSTt THI ), I criteria lls'ted. application owner/broker. 460-1642. furnished .except utilities. ';" \ '\ 'i Huge let, pecan trees lore'room i
PEMALI PIT BULlDOOl FlY. Hwy. 100 by the will b* token Of the Fla TFchg SISO/montK. See of 617 ; "I I ::1i.U"I .n.Q( New brick, III.trr heMO. fitepleca. 1 J
month old female. Whit. We have a wash HANDYMAN with- Imoglnotlon Water St. Apply at SIS' ."". 1 ; I $28,000-604 W. 2
HAadlsen-lswB
State Service borne
wI block spots on ears,crop .service .23 per lb. (old courthouse Employment). Itchg 3/10 needed for this horn. Washington St..Storke. 1 tpd ..... '.. -.... .. .".., ... 'H, 17.1eO. Ut'Hampton. Oeks-UOT a story 1(0 comer fI.center.. ::
p.d tall last seen 'In dant on duty tfnchg. Require relocation from 3/10. Dachshund black 120 acre. $138,080. High a reUlna-Oweer. fleeeced.
.Southwest section of lake SECRETARY It Temporary Lake .G.nva. JanetM. MOMll HOME 12x60 on ,w/brown markings, 8 YII. 13 .e,.. Hwy 301 N B .... financed. j;
"Butler. SEPTIC TANK AND OPS Position; apply at Flo. Starling Broker I ((904)) Grlffls Lao Phone Msrgee -
Answer to Stat Employment Service. 782-3931: or 782-3896. 5/3 old Answer to name ofSporky' 1016 W. Prett St. 27900. ............. i
"SchonTog.. Call '962222.TIIAI' cleanouts, 9645276. CT. .bee .Itpd .
lost on Morgan 18 cr-$1SOO Owner finalised. f
Ext. 293. reasonable. Joe Must be a high'school 2tchg 5/10 3/10. on acre
3/10. .IIiWA.O.ltpd 4311022. All bu.l.. gradual and be obi. to BV OWNtRi 1973 'mobile load area. Call 9648854. Estate en lake G...... esuerel .homes. :
preciated.* ) type 33 wpm. Itchg 5/10. horn, 3 BR, 2 both on one KINGSUY LAKI. furnished REWARD OFFERED. ItchaPOUNDi $27,1001.9.. teems.frail...... calk. -W......,.. :

I" 00.' .... EARN WHILE YOU LEARN ocr. In city of Stark. Clan. or around unfurnished thro* BR house.year No. HORSE: Con have StO.OOO. Deluxe" MH 1BR 18 CHBA near ..... :
: e, : WOULD UKI TO DO with Trl-Chem Liquid EmbroId. Cosh or forms -or 9 pct. ''by identifying and Store 011101.27.100. ..... Owner financed.lrg :
children
f n''';, ..l5ft'' TING. Outside .", Phone 782-3354. Phone 964-7024.3/10 TFchg. 533-2561, after no pets.3 Phone Itchg for ad and upM p. paying Phone A from ........ ...-$..000. Over an .,.. :
I. "MJi. 963340.26' Ifnpd. 5/10 2tpd 5/17. 5/10. p.m. 9d :7655.1pd$ SIlO Commercial .let Cell Sl.-ee.t.........-Oweer fin.Lore :
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'. 0 KITCHEN AND dining room CHICKASAW MOBILE HOMIi12x74 ; *Apartment .-faw-$78.008.Owr. :

2 Bedroom House approx.J.. WILSON CD help wonted Norman's ft.,.3 bedrooms, par $41.800. Rumbling' elder "hem plus 8 act.**. :
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'imately, 2 blocks from Main lEAl-COATINOt. 're.touIClnt.\ioldo. Flo.. 5/TO Holly hoot.fwmlshd.alr Something quol central 3 ...,...Haort of ltarke-te .les or buy. :
Street. {ISO. Call 496-2126 17823991. Repair { : .fpd 5/31. and tak of 41 ecres Inside city Owner_.... 0
or 496-2903, 4/5 tfnchg. types of roof.. : 91.05 *Mont I Phone* Qrnuy'fl $2800 4 lot Laurel ..,.,., ...... :

TWO BEDROOM, furnished, n.w asphalt 473-4050: alter 3 p.m. 5/10 Brick'-.4BR 28 .'five 1 .. out of city.
..tlmot.. All $".IOO let ..JOIN 101'.. 211-, :
$135 mo., first and last required. ,v2tpd 511.LOVELY .
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guaran..... 4/2. L. Santa Pe Let 7r x 40T $...$$. Owner fI...
TWO' ) RR, l' bath m "L 1
BEDROOM IN WOR- '
THINOTON SPRINGS $165 doublewlde. mobile horn by Bill Ellis Associate. V2I88 j

mo., first and last required' "Ho who STUDENTS AND, owner. Central air carpet. .ROBERTS REAL ESTATE' Lucille! Conner Spry'. AieecM. 94-8420 i
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on on.' acre 10t.J._ S. ,, Nova, ,.'r'II.' utility bldg.aWoeres "
HOUSEWIVES
Usher, Realtor. 4964126 or earn extra '' of country setting. G
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.*..2tu. un d entan d" money m spore lime at 3 mll. from : 964-7828
Keystone 7
horn. Coll' collect Mrs
Afrlcwi- Pate, 205-392-01831 Itchg miles neighborhood from Stark. Very Phone nice,, 986 N. 'Temple Ave. Starke,Fla. 10111 All TRATtOa UKDCIEABIH5 1
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...................... ......... ... a/io. ''4732113. Itpd 5110. liD .
"'t i --------- ,WANTED Maid 10' clean .. .. '''d. ,.. 'tj.2.pcre, wooded' .lots. Graham area,.graded food, Fill CISTStarke.

I motel rooms. Apply Under '" Torrt,. I ; :I ... H{ Jt\ntr,11Jjg\ it I Fla. 964-6374 :

wood Motel 301 North. :E,.....R: ;,REID' :. Small I from_house, locre.lot( Rolford.. very reasonable! I I If' No Answer. 782.3422
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I : .Itchg o ... 5/10.,. .. __ .. .,,< I- ,. "".- ... .. '" ., )Frame;') BR'in'cltv! !! moderately'priced. ;Vj't.V'' : ; ."Equipment On.' Hand :

1t'V"/I.I\"A' .A.WT \ PALMS APARTMENTfl pur. ."lak Lo.. J '. ,. .:; /, Tywo Wheel Drive Losder With" 4;*dkig Bon J.
; (MI Ul lt I >> filth efficiencies' and V BR' ...,-.,: L- j!. .t't.i 'iil,s' \\4 111. .'I I =Oo.rJD360SWsySUa4ey' : ..
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Ik .2 f. -. .. :
'4JA J 'I.ni' '/g4Itk1Hal' ,. i.. .n .. ,topt4 weekly or rHbrTtNyi' .. .. : //WI""" sT>*llO '/W.yelpl.l'10t"V.' ,
by Elizabeth Terry "": i"I;: ( t .' "" .., ....,. ..__I NEW, FURNISHED STUDIOS, "t; ( f 1 .. .. Four Wheel Drive. loeder Wilts Root P.ke Or Bucket : .

Phone 782-3300 'REIi' 6 week old y.llow and monthly only. 2313 Nj Tem, Acrt.g.301 North.nd'Sou'th '" \BRUSH CHIPPER ;: ;

CHURCH ACTIVITIES white port,.,.ian,mole kit- pie, Stor..... TFchgKITCHENETTES :
Grace United Methodist en. Also 7 month old while' and sleeping Country Dying 10 acre plus Brick' home TRUCK
Bible School Study Course at the and Persian' neutered male, room*, TV Ac:. mold ser' .
church'every Wednesday night at 8 : house broken'. Phone vice.'Weekly and monthly..Restaurant laverollovoly homee. In Stork. \ Ortvswsy. Lsndcl. rlng :
p.m. The church has a nursery for and %4.57J7 offer 3 p.m. Itcha and' lounge ,I,0vllllo..I. k BO Ortosg. Ditches :
pre-school children during worship S/10. .. Underwood 2 Spacious "home. with pool |Just In time for summer Custom Lot during Custom Oreoe Work

services. a Motel 3 1/2 mile North of;fStark. > .It>'' r .. --- Materlall Hauled --- _
The church is planning a Ground Ads Get. .. US 301. TFchg lot On Grand.St. '
." t Topsoil ,Mod Coy :
MIMOSA MANOR mobile ,
Breaking Ceremony Sunday, May 20, .
after church .services for a new ResultsMOBILE home pork mobile homesi IP WE PONTT HAVE WHAT YOU NEED WELL FIND It FOR Fill.Dirt i Umorock Mssonry8ed ;

Fellowship Hall and Sunday School son and spaces for,rent. Phone' you I <- PW Bend DnmneM POCK
468-2912. 3/22 TFchgKITCHENI1TSSs 10
This made
rooms. was
program HOME .
Rkk.rdRobort.Associates .
possible due to the faith of the church On. BR JudtmPhMAnnOeeVk J.

members under the new Board Chair* apartments utilities Included.pool'TV Totally, AC Petty" Slice FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS tIN j

man, Norman Conti. .. furnl...... Weekly monthly C Umas..la.d.uot.lC..ery 1'a..i......Carparaie r
rals. PERSONALS: ,N. Tempie Av*.. Stark. any,... W ,
Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson of Phone 964-7357, 5/10 4tpc ... CALL
Atlanta Ga., visited their cousin. 11 I

Mrs. O.J. 'Anders, on Friday after EnE RUSE REALTY
: MARY KAY BILL PCELL
noon. : ; FLCRIIOW" '; .
Miss EUzabeth terry visited her 1 1TO.Mr,1Y'S COSMETICSLoulse'Starling I
sister, Mrs. C.E. Strickland, of REALTY GINS 15151. REALTOR
Gainesville, Monday until Wednesdaynoon. '' Phone s 4-77M ( REAL ESTATE
While there she received a good .391 N.Temple Avenue Evenkiu 473-3088 SPLIT IfVlll on wooded lot 5 1 .

report from Dr. Donald Quick. Set I iu... I Keysfone HelgOle overlooking' lake 'f
Open
Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson were Brooklyn. 3BR/28A-lols of 964-6464 24 Hre.AUCCIATE .
Sunday dinner guests of their brother- WANT A NSW HOMIt 4.Ia.a ITI --III storage. fireplace attached -:
in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Hal Ga. 2-car garage. $...000.
i I '
their Energy efficient 1456 sq.(ft. 'Dm.,; "/:
Hamilton and mother Mrs. : 8RICK HOMIi 4BR/2BA, I I
with 1 low
Jacksonville. payment a* a*
: Mabel Boyette of and walk to schools' churchas
their. aunt. Mrs, H.M Blair ot LAMDCLEARING@ $267.00 mo. 2 "horn** fechoose I ''CEKlDehln and shopping: -'
/,. : from
Lakeland.Mr. i OPPICI.BLOOi Downtown CWO (RET>)> DOM OE; SANTIAGO
and Mm.Tom Whaley and girlsof at traffic light. 293$ s.f. 4 l J
NIID
Tampa were Sunday dinner guests at TO.. MOVI Nice "home(oJocksonvili. I CebNta f units for Professional' 904-6376 2j

of their mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson We Offer Fast : Co nter Tops afNces./ ''Offstreet'.-. ''dna.J19.GOO. ,. _0 _
sister Mrs. Daisy Boch, and forKle.NICE I :

daughter Miss Lynn WhaJey flesponsQ .And SUILDINO LOn:.500'on Vanities 'LAKE LOTS. BIDO. LOTS. I LICall" i j I
Clayton and son Tom, I: 40., acre* with 2900 ft.
FREE
of Jacksonville, visited her mother Free'EstlmaesPhon. ( f ,,100 E;toward Keystone. I highway' 21 frontage; toned 'Notice of Suit-No Property. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ::; '

Mrs. C.R. Crews on Sunday! 'afternoon him.Mr. 984.5734W ', Ufcl: LOTS AVAILASU.I ESTIMATES for hopping center OF fLORIDA' INAND' !9 1
: : .1'.1'l'Utf" \ '
April 29.. STARK8 : To ,Potrlcl Henley ... FOR BRADFORD ;
TM1 and Mrs. Wayne Gustafson I JIIls oil. JOI. '- Just, Muth Of -e/o William Martin.- COUNTY. i.
and daughter will be spending their ty : Evenings: Pie, *** _Ii'I I I Bradford Square.38R/2BA: 13328 Yellow Bluff Rood CIVIL ACTION =
i vacatiuon in Charleston S.C. in the, ', Vernl f. Odem ct. j. CB ham with travel.trailer Jacksonville. FI.... 32226. BLANCHE A. STOKES. i 1
near future. > I' .! ?1:.. 1 ORt Phone 964-8476 j .hookup on W. half ef 354 you are hereby. notified WIFE Plolntlll. .v* .ci": i
140
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Mr. and Mrs. .Wayne, Hardee and, Thompson StOw acre lot:$43.500.: that an action tOt'Adopt DONALD O. STOKES
family went fishing' on 'Thursdayafternoon : ( '2-ThtUtf: ""'r' c : ir Jlon' hal been filed.egaind HUSBAND. Defer duet,
Peer Andrew C.o* dot'Ptsnf
at their parentsMr.: and.:. '' 96-77t9 APPRAISALS yu, Pelrklq
Fut Rotary
'- Mrs. Fred Carter):hom4 near Clay L. G.0.1 964-791 4-6711. .l Off.473-7076 8...479428NOTICE Henley and you are re.ejulred Cm.No.79-218
mil 'Drllllng'Eq l m..i. Mary Hamilton: 966233 f- to serve a copy of NOTICE OF SUITNOPROPERTY .
STATE le written defense*, If -IC
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Mr. and .Mrs'. Jerry (Glance ands, LICENSED ,' your ,
children of Patatka visited their .....................U :any to It. an tie plain

brother-in-law- sister Mr* and, ; .. .. .. -, :. tiff otlorn.y..whoee -TO: DONALD STOKES
and family. Mrs. ......u.Mj.4.4.'New 1! name and address is. Rt. 3. Boa 26..Culleoko. ETenn.
Mrs. Henry Hodges :
I Dudley ,. ,Hardy ft- 3$541.YOU .
Mrs. Wyolene Day and son Keith of a ueed'SalerPate.Servlce'' i .' .quI,.. Pierce 8. Hardy. ARE HEREBY.'
the weekend with' .
Jacksonville, spent ,
'.A. P.O. Drawer 1030 NOTIFIED met en action-
: her mother, Mrs. Lucille T.,Ivev and ',, Storke. Florida 32091', .... for DISSOLUTION OP I l
slater;Mrs. D.R. Brown and children end fie the original' with, MARRIAGE' he been filed '\\j:
They went to Wild Waters in Ocala on I E-f Terms The f! IrHf.rd'CMty.iff, $: '' I the clerk of the abov agog st you II MAU)' ';d1 i I\\

,' Saturday. ................ .,... ,w":. styled. Con or before,, O. $TOKE. and you are ,,,, .,.'..,;,f.
Maedenny'spent / '
Mrs. Maggie Hodgea'of 1979 otherwise. requested to serve, e' :
a week with her son-in-law and 'cup, !! leart.l.t I Is'AuepiifliFsrThefesitioaflf : M124. may b* copy of' WOW ,1&
.. daughter, Mr.:and Mrs;Morris Kell ) ._ entered against. you for .--. if...., .Heron 0" } "1
David McCulley of :.th. .r.''.'' demanded hi the plaintiffs, attorney .
spending some time with his parents, 'a1 New InsfatiatlQttPemodeilng 1M complaint 0" pWfl". ....... name and.... ."
Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCulley. ; Repair Applic.t" : : ; tlon. dws4 Is J.J. WOtBERT,

Mrs. Lucille"'1. Ivey spent' two / .......... .,.... Wjtnes* my hand and JR., P.O. BOX 106.
week with her daughter, Mrs. the. sal el sold Court anAprH Clarke, Florid. ; 99091
Wyolene Day and her son; Keith. of rrillft.. :. .1anetIC..l catills Officer. .. It. 1979.' and'file the. ertalnal flit'
Jacksonville. "' '. : ... Gilbert S. Brown A* tfpij clark Or the above
,
} .at..ysNN.e
of Starke: dork of sold Court. Byt styled court...er b.fwoArne21,19Th.eerwl. "
i Mr.and Mrs.JLH. Harper .

:I visited Prevatt.and their sister mother, Mrs., Evelyn Mrs.. Carl Norr.man -",. >' ;'m' .. : PUMP & QLprpLbCMI L'( : Apply At'C rtfco $see fir Ji dktr' l, 5.110'Marian Clerk.McRa.4/J9. A* Deputy 4lthf C entered l dg
ogalnkt yw ;
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on Sunday afternoon.. pl :t ANY .the.'relief demanded) "In r ,
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Jacksonville spent 1 "
of
.'j":Michele Lee ?, In CIrcuIt Court the comoWrrt or, petlMon. ,- :y
rm
f the.weekend with hot grandpatentak: J" t Mr and Mrs; Gene Pearson; ,- '
,. .. Florida In and< for Bradford WITNESS my hand Dom Conelly and dl u< of Gainesville* >wars Sunday djwiec. : DoJphX.5;; Reddish 'Sheriff/ do'tl.if of Temmyparien AI Ork .f aVd '
guests of his parents.Mr and Mrs. & 964-7001! .. Henley./ Court"" Syi Marios ,
Fleam Starlini. ern. No; 79-173. McRee, As Oeowly Oerk.
\VilsonTr.( and Stew Fuicn.w IN THE CIRCUIT COURT S/10 4tdt( S/31. .
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43.10
; NOTICE OF TAX SALE ( '..1'' {Wig eolC 433 .... ... i ell ."' $131 CAIN '

CON 215.318 Of" N CfCR; a. 1/4 Oil NW1/4 '.61..' FOR h IAN 'N ...,. :J N(1/4 OF SUII4 .BEING 640. R14 ON C$101. NMY,30I

4 CON' .1.'..-. .. PAR N LINE! 4701 Te' LAKESN. .e". ..... .. f. / INpr OK $9 p. $13 ? : '. '
127.4- lILY AND PAR T 0 N E 1130' TO P00 .v.. '! ..._.... 13.11 2:.'. ". 61:101.70A

Notice is hereby l If en that on tao 1st day of ...1979 OR 120....9S....6 ..0'.lii. .. 613.14 ....10 'M!\ !I 1/,.- :. ___ ,, ...J. Man-on

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befiuki at 12:00: Nooa at Starkc. Conty of Bradford 15 71 2i 09.3-01000 0-01 LAND; .. 4TS7. 1 U. .s..c: (IN 'L""" .

LANCL8V LOUIS V ft A....1C 2942 OCP.CTH.tfA HO rOft O Po4DA FOB K3I4C: ON CLV BORVUM ...Y.Ir:y
of LOT 19 LAKe HAMPTON OAKS No. B ,1. IESI..'.* TO SLY BORV Of EEi 11 OF SLV
State Florida tax sale certificates will bo sold 01 the ..6... .. .70 82.91 9.99 67.ll 376.9* TO POB. OCSC OR 114-91 '. .

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-- +--- ---N---------- Nra-------- OR 125-12

fOII..il.scri"edllld to the anoint die for tat 8B TS 21 0963-32700 0146-O9 $ .... 625.6$49.22 .II.TS .0..30
pay -------------------------
6ACM MICHAEL ft HELEN 0 213 CHURCMLL CLOT ---------------------------------- .
27 CMC HAMPTON OAKS 29 11+3"iTC 9.00 023z-0
taxis fcereia sat opposita tao sans together vita all .'...S9 .aa... .,e.s. ....5 8616.41 ROBERT RT I BOX 461'
: ...... ----.... -------- *.. -- ., .../. OF N../. Of Ml/4 IX ,-A IN SB COP
C* TS v> 1026-ooaoo .*.00 0182-* .1 49.11 8v..., .r.** .,.9. $167.21
costs of such sale and all advartlslai* MASOIM M 11 HCLLVKNCME RO --.._____ r_______ .-------- --..------------..
.i>* Of NEI/4 OP ,../. Cx'AC E OF"" a. es MoMOl 1* *32-03
844.32 ...3. .a... ..... .5 .8. RIGHT ESAU JO RT eO..3e'
:>4 B* I* B7 i{ _0;11... lj(4i1fu .. __ __ ____ v.. .___ .1'2 or .-A sa IN Ie cow or .Wl/4 UP N/1/4 UP SEl$56.25 ".
... 29 78 II 1026-00300 39.90 O.2-0 $2.56 $4.39 $1.95 191.16
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lit i 1 _. .. ..._._. ., _.....:. :..... ...
Of' ..., $ $1114 Of' pl/4 1. QP' 1111 ... MASOIM H M l.l HCLLVKNCMC MO --- .-_ ---- ,, + .ow.
....... ..... ...." ...- .1/2 OF NCI/4! Or SHI/4 ft, .../a OF .../. OF Nil./. CX ELY 8SOP 2* 99 22 1792 20.00V. 0233'+03
NLV 299 TH.AEN 'T l
38 69 9 .*... ....... ....., .2.?? ...?5 >"..0 $101.095'.N..N. SST5S or .../. OF ,.,/. ft MI/2lg? sSlJ40? .,>4. .OF LIEIa /+ i
HAVES ISMO 6 BFO --_-----__'_".- -"-;:- -.-- .._--_ -- OF a../. OF .../. OF .../. ':'
../. OF .../. Of SMI/4 ft SB 1/4 Of ..|/. .x ./. 3 S TS .l 1090 ...00 0.55-' t"LIP8LU8 OR 129-230 m '.
....... 83.68 ...., ..... ..a..*. CARLTON PO BO* 14106 $141.40 $4.247.25 ....5 s16* .,t.
../. N OF MIVI9M CX R/M ---_.-------------------------------.--------.N----N.--
i7-i.OOIB .*.**- 0902 IT.79 89.30 ....0 99.99 ...,.aO 2. 115.. .3-C03CO ..00 023.-0.
AYES MRS N RIO ----- .-,---------------- CLARK BENJAMIN I RELLEN H'
salt OF .../. 36 49 2* 101-00200 !. 0199-09 I LOT 201.79* SO.... NC CCR OP .../. OF .e./.
8162.39 54..? ...7e ...*5 ......? RICHCNDOLLAR!! JACK L ft DORCTTA Kj. RT 2 BOX 273 21.22 .... 1.09 ...95 .2..90
-----. ----....__. .+.........--pw... THE 9 82* OF M 88* OF THE -5. OF SCI/4. C OF MWT ft W OF SAL _- -" ---""-----------_--_------------------------
750020 .. R/M 28 9Taa 7796 .4.90 023001MACKEY
02 .t38BA ... At.1 N0' S ... OM 122-941. GLENN H P 0 BOX 98 .
ALL ...,."O? MCI/4 K'OT BBAMCM Ix PBJt" t*I 8. 814 Of ..../. 6NCI4 .2..6 ..O7 ..12C.05 .. ..30 THAT PORTION OF M 3/4 OF NI/X CF 5."/. -OF SMI/4 WHICH LIES
OF SEI/4 -------" -----"."---------""" ""--"- *"------ *. S ft C OF CQ GA MO ex I LOT 1$0* -0. IN N* COR OCSC OR 106-33
.2,..., 5'.2 &C.15/7.S0 ..0.... 7o 9S 22 'll79-Oo7cO '. 1.1, ..2-0 7 OR .09-..0
.. GRIFF 13 TMACCV C' "T I BOX '222 liP. 906 .
O2 79 '19 OO23 SO.00 OO98-07 COM AT SC COR OF LOT 14 MUM N 16S' M 990 POP POB* V 210 $55.40 $2.64 $4.39 $16:30 r' $102.45rw.
_____ ______ ___ __ -J-sa.w ..:__
HAyes e A'ft MARTHA" P'D BOX 716 LINE GR MOt SM.V ON RO 31 V 216 9 90 TO POB -- ,.. --- -
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ALL MMI/4 OF .../. M Of BRCH ft N OF Her ft ..../. Of _./. N 107.31 69.O2 ....a .'..0 ltta.33 71'57 22 7.4O-006CO l.'OO T Q249-O2
OF HMV ---_------__..--------------------5'N" ----- MHOOCN WILLIAM C RT' 2 ''BOX 74-O .'
6123.72 83.71 ....), .?..o .....ao 10 9S 22 .1S-00600' f.OO 0163-03 COM AT SE! COO OF Ml/2 OF LOT 60 M ON S LINE 294 NI70.O4
----------------.-..... -- CRUZC STEPHEN M ft SALLV > RT I BOX 222-C! 884 M329.6I TO E R'. .R-.. fcMLV ON R/. 237.9 FOR PCB.CONT
12 '5'9 0047 70.OO 0004-10 LOT 20 EX NI/2 NWLY ON ./,, I9O N61' C270 9394-CICO S614 M270 TO POD AS
HAVES MilS N G RFO HP 1044-1049 OESC: IN OR ea.30'.93-.. ,
../, OF NEI/4 M OF CO CR'RO ft N.'/. OF N../. 112.99 3.39 (3.B2 7.40 *12 .S6 .9... '.5..6 "O. O .J..3.33 .
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14848 .4... .,. 5 ...95 .*..... i'iSS : : '.
_. 22 1131-01000: 7.90 CIC9-I2 32 9s22e48 /I. 19.00 ,i'0246-04
Y-w- YYrww .
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CLAM JOSEPH AT I BOX 22B-B-I CRAWFORD PEACH MRS RT 100X 70 ,
6S 20 0150 9.OO OOI7-06
23 KELLEY CCCBGE 6423 THUR6OOO CIRCLE B THE Ml/4 ft .'/a OF CI/2 OF ,,91/2 OF LOTS 32ft 41 IN MCODLAMN ../. OF LOTS 5.*. C ."112 OF II 'ft Mt/2 Of LOT li IN MOODLAMNEX

9A IN S. PORTION OF NMI/4 OP SEI/4 THAT LIES E OF NO SI06.06 .3.. .5... (9.99 8I2O.69 COM AT NC COR OF SI/2 OF LOT 5. RUN M 400 FOR POD M
--------- 920 9330 LOT TO POB
63.63 ... (3.28 9.99 874.77 ------------- SM CCR 6. NEUV
1. IS SS.. 1194 29.00 0169-03 8I83.78 .5.51' .9.46 ...es 8207.60
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6s"20 i----------------------------- HC GARVCV S J RT' BCX 366 -----_-- "-*---""""--- ----------------
HARDEN 24 CHARLES M ftlPMA F RT 1 BOX ..,-. 0017-11 SI/2 OF LOTS ,.. C. RV ft LOTS 9.IO e. R/M 32 9S22 7893-.o7oO T "T"; 80.00 0247-OI

FRACL BLK I ft BLK 2 ft LOTS 1-6 ft II -OF BLK 10 TOWN Of NEW 67.66 .2.03. .3... _9.9S .7 9..ai2ii TYLeR OAVIO RT 180X 74
---------------- -----. .w--w. LOTS 9..0..I..S..S.. SB IN MOOOLAMN
RIVER. ;;- 2 1.00 016906MlLKCRSCtt ..03... ...... 4136. 8.99 ..7....
laee,2A______! &ttI&IlIZ&1g .-1211sPL.. ... _
M F ft A J RT 1 BOX 90 ----- -----
33 65 20 0211 l.OO 0024-04 CON AT 9E COR LOT e6. 396*. TO POB.. CONT M 132* M 330 39 tiS.. I860 '.SO 0249-04.
ELLIS OTIS ft SHIRLEY RT I BOX 190 S 132*. E 330 TO POB HAMILTON 'Sal J RT I COX 481

2-A LYING IN SMI/4 or SE./. BEING 339 C6M BV 290 NftS EX ______!!*;i*_.___.. *42 i._' ..._-!.73_N Z$5Q---- .ttitttS _., LOT. IN PEETSVILLC 8CIN. 33O BO i "
PORT E OF GII'ROOR .62... ..... 3.22 .S.99 73.61
123-31 14 9S 22 II96-COICO I.00 OI74-O2 _______*"_ . _________________. TO' ___
28.29 (..5 1.46 6.BS .39... MILKERSO GEORGE M C A 0 RT I BOX 377 3 S SS 22 18.3 4.00 0249-O7..
COM MM COR Of sel/. OF SEI/4 S 23' .. 2S* FOR POO. E! 210*.. S
----- ------------------w----- -w--- -- HAMILTON. EOMARO M C OLIVIA T BOX 490-A '- .
33 6S 20 O2II-OOIOO ; l.OO 0024-0S" aao' .. 21ON 2'0i TO POS ft STRIP 29* FOP'ST.OR LOT. IN PCETSVILLB'! CX LOT 6O*, 'N ft S BV SO* E ft M BEG 2OO

rIIXSON CLIFFORD J ft.. MILLENC .. 129-238 OR I23-CO3 OR 12923748.1O 109. SO INT. SW COR EX LOT 99* N ft S, BV
POUT OF A PARC 299* Nt9 GV 339 ECM IN SE COR OF SMI/4 OF .t.44 .a.. .. 8.8S 80.67 13OP 6COONCXCLOT: .
SKI/4: LYING E OF CC GR RO --------- ---------------------------, .U..o $3.48 .tI.93 .e.85 ..33.33

OR 123-7(1 18 9S 22 1223 5.00 0.-03 ---_-------------------- ------------------_._---------_.
28.29 (.83 .1... *...5 839.49 PUGATT FLOYO C CATHERINE BOX 136 39 SS 22 I6.O 1.00 0290-O9 '
---------------------- -.------ THAT PORT OF LOTS 99 ft 99 WHICH LIES M ft e OF ST RO 1,29 EX HERMAN JOHN MRS BOX 81I .
08 79 20 9238-A-C0600 0029-01 CASEMENT EX PAR OCSC OR 76-943 A IN .M COR OF 9 919 FT OF 'LOT 12 IN PEETSVILLE! BCINC
SACKETT !COTT.V ftAM ETTE RT 1 COX 369-C 99.18 .'.'8 3.05 .7..0 .,...1 .0' N ft 9 BV a.o' E! ft V ft LYING E OF 1B BO . ,
--- --------------------------------------- --------.
LOT 6 BLK 1 IN SHADY OAKS 108.09 ...a4 9.96 "7.40 .....a5
239.27 7.66 13.19 .1.95 262.03 19 55 22 1289 IS.OO OI89-06 ----_-----------------------o--_--_---w---.w---------.
--------------------- ____a CARTER CSCAR AT' BOXt 101 .39 99 22 1892 S.OO 090-07
08 73 20 0270-OOICO 003-07 LOT 47 ft V 1/2 OF 48 N OF RO ft ACL C! Ill, OF LOT 48 bOOULAfeN THOHPKIN9 ALICE ,' RT I BOX 446
-ODCE PETE BOX 123 EX THAT PORTION OF LOT 47 9 OF SR-229 S 918.FT BF LOT I2..EX I A_ IN. NM cOW
LOTS I C 2 OF 259.95 .7..0' 13.39 .,..0
BLK 12 IN kARO CITY 8288.94
(30.36 81.19 (..ge (9.93 47.44 -5'--a.r--_--___--_-___p.r.----------.. _.:.-.fJI.fAl.' ..... _'J_____ 3 _'h _____ ___

-------------------------------------------------------- 22'99' 22 I3I9-OOIOO 0169-06 IS 99 22 1899- 'r 2O.OO ''0291-04
CO 7S 20 0273-01 ICC O038-O2 NUfiCNT ShIRLENE ft JEFF L 911 E >9OUTH 9T ROBERTS. EVA 6200 CATHERINE ST
POLK CLAN t LVNOIA C PC BOX 115 I A IN'NE COP OF e 210 OF NHl/4 OF NCI/4 OF'NCI/4' EX 40* El/2, OF '''N."/. OF ..a/." ,
LOT 12 OF eLK 19 IN HARD CITY L E 29* OF LOT II BLK 19 FOR ST ON M SlOe EX 4O' FOR. ST ON M SIDE -212.12 ".3*' '.0.92 ....S .a S.3S
OESC OR 107-a 7 61.27 .1... 3.IO 7.40 73.A7 ------------------------ ------------_--------.
S4.44 (2.93 (..35 (7.4O (90.72 --- ------------------ 39 SS 22 1983 IOOO 02SI-O9
---_.._ -.------------------ ------r 23 9S 22 1339: ". JI-\)" CARRARO CMAHLES!: A' PO ORAMER C '
36 9S 21 96-09101 19.90 C079-., MOTEL TRAIL C/O KELVIN H TURNER NI/4 OF H../. OF NMI/4 EX! ./.. OCSC OR 106-319
STEMAP.T. CARL PT 2 PCX C6-K COM AT NC' COP OF SEC W 68O.62 TO WLY R. SR- 200 IO6.06 83.16 .5... .'.95 8I2O.69
BEG AT se: COR 0"" S l/4 OF S../. ON N A'. OF ST RO 233. NMLV 917 OEG 19 MIN M '6.."* TO SLY BORV OF A.,. OF ST RO 5 1294TO _---- ------------- ,---
ALONG P616* NLV 7e6*. .rLY 512* .SLY ON E LINE OF SMl/4 POB V '61...'. '15.."*. 343.021 S..I'e 232.7' TO HLVBNOV 35 SS.. I9O9-0030O 9.0O 0292-O2
OF ,.a/. 9.1' TO PCB OF A. OF SR-200 NITI9 ON WLY.6NOY 490 TO POOft BRAOLEV STUART J',1 M G 9304 HOLLVCRE9T OR
60.O9 I.BO $3.09P.3 73.B3 EX PARC IN NE! COD BCINC! ....05. ON NO BV 107 E ft r BIG: AT NE COR $IU'. OF '.1'.. M 3 ..07*. .. S 630.,9'.e 335...*
-------,-------------*-------_.-_-------- ---------.." .a. 76.00 99.28 IOI.7a .' 1.5 2I48.79 N .31.a.'o..po. ., . .

0165'21 0626-OOICI 20.16 O064-03 ---------------------_..-------------""---------- 104.04. ,I. ..3.$. .. ..S... .$1.40 .122.IO. .
CRAG LCNCRA !T AL RT 2 BOX 6B-R 23 99 22 I3I9-OOIOO 0191-10 ---------- --------w5'-------S
.. THE WI/2 OF NCI/4 CF SMl/4 ft SEI/4 OF NMI/4 S OP PRIMITIVE MOTEL TRAIL RESTAURANT X MELVIN H TURNER= SS 99 22 1909-08408 6.20 0292-O3
BAPTIST CHUPC BD EX E 252' BEG AT 9M.Y INT OF 9R-290 ft SR-129. SI7. ON SR-200 UW NAVARRCTTC R4VMONOft .A 9309 ASTRAL AVE ,
ON aZ -5ee CR 123-964 OH 129-963 121.311. N72. CN -.oo R.6' 91 7... C > ,9R-2OO R. 21.68 BEG AT NM COR OF '''1'. OF S../.. E! 631.84 S ..'.."* .
-.2E53- ( ..2e .'-(7.34 8e.8. 163.00 ,N3S. .0.. ..* NI64E! ,e.,*. TO SLY' All SR 125. E ON SLY PM 8 .. N ..,...* TO POB .
-------r------- II' .e,* TO POE r '. 8131.SO $3.95$6.11: ,..0 8149.62Y
E$1 0627 39.9Q 008S-03 .. _.-.. .____ ..,
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e39.e9 .I6'.20'' "?' ..'.eo 10.30 '' .959..9" w.-w.r-* .rrr..w.
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LOT 12 or SIICk IIII.1 5/0 WAY' MOTHER'S DAY SILK CORSAGES

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'Due LOIS OR 4 f 00-3"3 5 OP BLK.C a f/a4Tt IN1. IN TRACt'E' IN BEDFORD 'OAKSiT"42 white lace cloth over a purple Starling and Mrs. William Cannon 'GIFTS Grand Opening I :

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William Michael McRae. son of Mr. tion following the ceremony. I Brookar t
FACOGIE C C MARLCEM H Happiness 'la..Laarnlno A Naw Craft !
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LOT 6OF, BV KO MT PLe.S"Niso; 3834 LAURIE SI being announced by her parents Mr. The wedding will be an event of

5252.41. ____$5.4* ....5. ,S9.49 311.37 and Mrs. James Maurice Edwards, June 30 at 4 p.m. at the home of the &' ) Remember "MOM"
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PARCEL q x01- ADAMS REPLAf OF I-c 6 2-< Of fir PL!. ASANJ OESC All friends and relatives are invitedto ; .

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22 SS 22 S670-OOICO 0697-11 Club will meet today Thursday May will hold its annual home coming at ,
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S-21' 8. .16909 $4.65': S7.49 '.'..0 SI7B.O9 asked to start arriving between 11 about midway between Statenvllle ._ i You.''Call.Or Visit Us Today

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23 9714 2O.OO C694-07 will be held after a short 20. Registration will start at 10 a.m. TAKE ONE HOME
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NeLSON2MILLliPC 4700 N r 3 3RD TERM and Mrs.Lawrence Roberts Mack of spring. We've a full line of Wheel Horsertdlng mowers and
"-01Sl2 OF sea/. Of ..1'. OF NW./. Lila
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by Dolores Men( Wanner of Orlando were married ... Brown Brian Davit, Quinton Ford dy Smith and Melissa Williams. .
phone.4<8-l.l$ Saturday afternoon May 5, at a Sharon Godwin Billy Home, Kenny Mrs. Ernestine Denmark's 6th
garden wedding at the home of her Mrs. Arleen Rich's third gradeclass Jordan
Honor Roll Students Huntley, Billy Eric Nugent, grade: Vonda Brown Brenda Bawek
Santa!Fe Cemetery AssociationThe parent., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng. won the $10 award for
: best Hampton Elementary School lists Rob Powers, John Rahme, Gina Becky Young and Stephanie Redding.Mrs. .
meeting scheduledfor Reverend Robert C. Besalski of representation of parents at
originally Raimondo
this the following students who achieved A and Jennie Rhea. Carole Stevenson's 7th grade:
Saturday of the Santa Fe Gainesville performed the ceremony. meeting.
Mrs. Arleen Rich's 3rd grade: Shelly Randy Campbell Donna Mowry
and B grades during the Mb six' weeksgrad.inC
Cemetery Association has been Joyce Meng was Maid of Honor for Carter Debbie Hells, Mindy Lorie Snow and Diane Waldron.
postponed until further notice. her sister. The Best Man was RobertE. Junior Symphony period:
Mrs. Jen Clark's 1st grade: Allison Hersey, Tommy Len Jones, Michele Report cards went home with
Thomas of Gainesville. The 6th and 7th
5th grades
accompanied Klrchaine, Mark McKinney, Grace students last Thursday. Attached
Birthday Joyce arranged the flowers for the by their teachers enjoyed the Archey, Michael Campen, Cindy Rowe and Sid
Davis RhoneU Estes, Glenn Friese Russelt receipt slip should be signed by
Robbie celebrated his 12th occasion which included potted on Tuesday ,
Spitze program morning Mrs. Mindy McLean's 4th
Stefanle grade: parents and sent back to class
Hughes, Koehler Lena
,
which palms chrysanthemums the floral presented by the Gainesville :
birthday occurred on May 3 Junior Karla Rush and Sandra Melton, Tammy Peeples teachers promptly.
with a party Saturday at the Silver decorated wedding arch. hanging Symphony. This was given at the Thomas.Looney Cheryl Frankie Rahma and Kim Smith.
Lake home of his parents. Among baskets,corsages and other bouquets. High School Auditorium, and ap- Miss Claudette Peterson's 5th School Pictures
friends enjoying the fried chicken and Sallye Scoggins, the bride's sister, predated by the Mrs Joyce Kuykendall's 2nd
group. grade
: Amy Clark Julie Dorminey, Students to school
grade: Tina Branham, Matthew .,came on Friday
made the wedding and maid of honor
other goodies with Rob were Brad, Tracy Prevatt,Danny Raunondo An- dressed in their Sunday beat and posed
as well as the dress she wore.
Bret and Sid Russell Kenny Clark gowns
for class at
pictures the frontof
group
Bauldree Frankie Sheffield. The three tiered wedding cake top-
Billy and
the school building,
by a pair of doves and made by Results will be
Mrs. Jean Russell assisted Mrs. ped 'C-abtC Ift. available In few weeks.
Chespa SpUn In serving the the bride's mother was decorated by COMMUPUTYNEWStist 'tl a
decorated cake with a football theme, Sallye and another sister, Mrs. LUNCH MENU
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Carolyn Hunter. by Elizabeth G.Waters > Church May.. .1
and. with other party arrangements. : Monday 6:30: Tiny Tots
Tammy Peeples celebrated her Other helpers In serving were Phone 864-4683: day School 10 a.m. Rev. M. Warren rehearsal 8 p.m. senior choir rehear Monday, May 14 Meat Sauce
will
10th birthday on May 6. Phyllis McClure, Betsy Meng Lori School News preach. Associate Minister of sal. Tuesday 7:30: Prayer Meeting. w/spagheltl, garden salad apple
Happy Birthday to John Rahme Meng Elaine Meng and Jan Thomas. All adults Interested In a sewing Emanuel Baptist Church Jackson Wednesday 7:30: McKay's Circle will crisp French bread milk
who turned 8 on May 9. Among out of town guests attending class and who have a sewing ville. Ms. Olio Johnson treasurer\ of meet at Mrs. Rebecca Allen's Blye's Tuesday, May is Corn dog baked
Mrs. Katie Mullins celebrated her the wedding were the Groom's machine, please register at the Day the Women's Division of Mt. Sinai Circle will meet at Mrs. Elaine Lee's, beans cole slaw, doughnut, 1/2
birthday on May 8. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leit- Care Center with Mrs.Bright Monday Association will speak in the p.m. She Lee's Circle will meet at Mrs. orange, milk.Wednesday. '
che of Orlando, Mr. and Mrs. Sonny through Friday at the Vo-Tech. is a member of the First Baptist Darlene Blye's.. Thursday 7:30 Story May U Beefaronl,
ConvaleselngBilly Selby of Houston Texas Mr. and Fight Inflation sew and save. Yet, Church, Gainesville; flour Friday 6:30: Junior Ushers peanut butter cup, green beans fruit
.
Stone returned home on Tuesday Mrs. Russ Landry of Tallahassee.Buz will be proud of your finished product.: The pastor and congregation. In- rehearsal* 7:30 Sunday School} cup hot roll,milk
to recuperate further after spending Perry, a cousin of the bride, and Girl Scout Troop 684 meets each cluding both choirs, conducted service Teacher's" Seminar. Saturday the Thursday' May Hamburger on
one week in Bradford County his friend, Bill Reese, also attended Tuesday In the annex'of Greater Allen at Antioch Baptist. Church. Deaconess Board will be selling din- bun. lettuce, tomato) pickle, later
Hospital. from Columbus, Ohio. A large groupof Chapel A.M.E. Church at 3:30.. Jacksonville May 7. ners from the kitchen. Sunday, 9:30: tots rice pudding, milk.
Beverly and David's coworkers at Parents are welcome to visit and give Ebcsener Baptist Church Sunday Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship Friday, May II Fish portion,
volunteer service for the moral School 10 a.m. Women's Day will be mustard applesauce
TravelersMr. Martin Marietta in Orlando also at sup 12:30 dinner! 6 p.m. Women's greens grits ,
and Mrs. Wallace Collins tended the wedding. port and training of the scouts. observed. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Home Mission with the Male Chorus cornbreao: ; milk.
visited their son, David Earnest, in Beverly and David are making At 3 p.m. Mrs. E. Kittles will be the from Lawtey Correctional Institution
Venice over the weekend. their home In Orlando after a honey Church Activities) speaker. All members are asked to rendering the services.
moon in Key West.Strawberry. Pleasant Grove United Methodist cooperate with all activities of the Our Daily Vacation Bible School
Church: All Young Adult Choir church. this year will be held June 11 through
Hampton Lake News Swinger members will rehearse each Tuesday Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E.. June 15. The theme for this year is
Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges spent 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting each Wed. 7 Chnurch Saturday dinners will be "Jesus Wants You." You are invited IFM
Beverly Meng David Wanner the weekend'in Panama City where p.m. Thursday (today) Bible Study 7 sold from the kitchen. Sunday School to attend all our services.
Wed May Sin Garden Ceremony they accompanied the local group of p.m. Sunday School 10 a.m. The, 10 a.m. Rev. F.S. Satchel, Presiding Topics for this week are"The Bible''
Strawberry Swingers in a Mother's Day program 3 p.m. of the West Jacksonville District, will
Beverly Jean Meng and M. David square Teaching on Evangelizing Little SHOW YOU
dance convention. Mt. Moriah United Methodist hold the third quarterly conference Children" and "The Teacher's CARE
Church: Rehearsal for the Mother's Sunday In the 11 a.m. service. Prayer Life", presented by Mrs.
Hampton Elementary News Day program was held Wednesdar.- The Nonna Pullum Missionary. Elaine Lee and Ms. Marg McCloud.
Happy Mother's Day Sunday School 9:30. s Society will meet Wednesday,May 16,
PTA Meeting Day program will be held at 11 a.m. at 8 p.m. in the annex of the church.A .
Ruth The Hampton Elementary PTA All members are Invited to attend. Fashion Show will be presented Southside Elementafv News
held a meeting Monday evening at the Mt. Zion A.M.E. Church: Choir+ Sunday May 20, at 3:30, in the annex ., m
school with the president Elbert rehearsal each Tuesday 7:30. Friday' of the church. All interested personsare
Hersey presiding. 7:30: Official Board meeting. A asked to contact: Mrs. Diana PLEASE COME SEE OUR ART Congratulations to the following list
The Nominating Committee appointed Mother's Day Breakfast will be sponsored Chandler for information. SHOW I I ISouthalde of students They made all A's on
to present a new slate of officers by the men of the church for the The Church of Prophecy: 1114 Oak Elementary School la their report card. These students are
at the next meeting will be women of the church and community! Street. Sunday Services are as proud to announce that we are havingan also from Miss Phyllis Goldberg'sfifth
chaired by Michelle Parker, assisted Sunday, beginning at 7 a.m. Please follows: Sunday School begins 10 a.m. Art Festival on Tuesday May 8. grade class. *
by Quentin Ford and Kathy Fenton. cooperate with this activity. Morning Worship service 11:30 a.m. There will be a display of all student Erica Gruen, Jay Hayes Lynn
Mrs. Jolene Friese agreed to act as Antioch Missionary Baptist Sunday evening service 6:30: p.m. art on the sidewalk in front of each Holtzendorf Theresa McCollum.
Chairman for the Fall Halloween Car- Church: Thursday 7:30: Philadelphia Everyone is Invited to attend any and classroom participating in the Art Richard O'steen Mike Chappel, John
W. Love You nival again this year. Baptist Church of Lawtey will be in all of the services. Pastor, Matthews Festival. Art may be viewed by Cox. Allison Denmark Michelle Hall
Class trips (for the 6th and 7th charge of service. All members are Cotton. visitors and parents between the Monica Maslowski Paula McKinney. .
grades to Disney World will be sponsored invited to cooperate.Sunday School 10 St. John Missionary Baptist hours of 9-1:30: that day. All visitors Tracy Rowan. '
Vickie Joey: by the PTA it was agreed. a.m., Morning Worship 11 a.m. The Church: Sunday School each Sunday are asked to stop by the office and '
Principal Connie Clark announced Choir will sing at Starke Nursing with Supt. Chris Hampton in charge. sign our guest book and receive their .'HC\Il\IRS.! DUNCAN'S iFIFTII j

Sheila & Jennifer that scores for the CTBS tests recently Home 2 p.m. Church service 11 a.m. and 3 p.m., visitor badge. GRADE" .. I
taken should be available before Rev. Nathanial Jackson and his 2nd and 4th Sunday. Community Congratulations to the followin tist' I
the close of this school term. singing group of Jacksonville will Prayer' Meeting each Monday 12 NEWS FROM MISS GOLDBERG'S of students who have been njacexl.on
sponsor a program Sunday 8 p.m. noon.Junior Choir rehearsal Wednes- FIFTH GRADE CLASS our AB Honor Roll .J j .
Mt. A.M.E.. Church day 6:30.: Adult Choir rehearsal Donna Barker, Robin'' Hersey,
\I. '''' 4f -' Pisgah I .Rev. :
I tt..."". l. = : .I ..." ....-d.. F.S. Satchel will hold the third Thursday 6:30. Sunday, May 13, St. John Cox and Christa Jacobsen are Jason Muggins, Kelly Jo James,. ;
p I'. 1m ,_ "' quarterly conference Friday 7:30.: All John will have a Mother's Day activity New Safety Patrol Officers who have Rhonda Stinnett, Darlene Norman
members are asked to cooperate with at 11 a.m. before Morning Worship. been selected to serve on the Safety and Valarie McCloud. ; ,. ;,

this activity. Sunday School 10 a.m. Everyone is asked to be present. Patrol. 'FROM MRS.. CANOVA'S FIRST .1sRADEcI 1
. Morning worship 11 am., The Choir Federation will be held at St. Lynn Holtzendorf and Keith Kehoe :
Queen Mother's Day program, will be John on Sunday, May 20 at 3 p.m. have been selected,to,serve as hew; ; ?, \t! f 6'j
presented In this service. Visitors are always welcome. Rev. Library Assistants. These'studenla'.Jare Mr b.. ova's 1
The First Born Church of the Living Willie Huffman, pastor. Erica Gruen and Allison Denmark SUPER SPELLERS: They are Debra yt.
r bnw God: Friday 6:30: p.m. Bible Study Church of God 'In Christ: Family have been doing such good work they Slater Nancy Wilson, Melissa Bacus
fl 7:30 Tarrying Service. Sunday School! and Friends Day will be observed have..now.jplned ilia.grpuG who.are Kln,.Fowler,- ? \,CSrte.; Sbw.n .IIi.
10:30.: YPCW 8 p.m.Evening Worship Sunday, May 13. Dinner will be served allowed to use ink. to>write all their. Swain, Dwayna Allen,..Mark Carter, .
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WANT A CHANGE? 7 p.m. on the grounds. Everyone is In assignments. and Jennifer Sheese. '- .
t
: New Hope Baptist Church: Sunday vited. Tuesday 7 p.m. Prayer Band
: .LA WE NOW HAVE tL ,, 4. School 10 a.m. Family Day 11 a.m. with Sister Ruby Fisher In charge. '
1P .:r- CHINESE FOOD -; Rev. L.W. Mosely will preach.Prayer Friday Prayer and Pastoral Teaching METHODIST YOUTH ACTIVITIES I
Meeting will be held each Wednesdayat 7 p.m. .

' t114 Featuring Home Made J .t ,t 7:30.: American Legion Post 314! The Sunday April 29, fourteen of the Todd's1 team by one'run'to win the
We all friends meeting May first was Ten .
are inviting our to a success. older youth group enjoyed an afternoon game 15 to 14. Home runs were hit by
help us make this a successful day. members were present. of bowling. The Journeyedto
Stephen Pat
group Little Mundorff and
II If( CHINESE 1.._ II ( "Honor thy father and thy mother, The rally for the building fund was the NAS Cecil Field Bowling Lanesin Kevin Miller on the winning team.
that thy days may be long upon the a success.We are making progress In the church van. Everyone enjoyeda Jay Eaves led the day in home
EGG runs
ROLLS land which the Lord thy God givith the much needed activity. .
wonderful afternoon.
Accompany "by scoring three Todd's
) a ) 1 Guest on team.
thee. present was the 4th District
ORIENTAL SPICED ing the group were Rev. Don Denton Other members on the winning team
SHRIMP, Free Canaan True Church of God In Commander. Election of officers was and Mrs. Marie Polk. were Chuck Williams, Brett
Unity: Monday, 7:30: Prayer Service. held. All officers remained in office. Members of all the Smith;
SCALLOPS & CLAMS youth groups Gregg Thornton >and Vicki Carver,
1 3Ia Wednesday 7:30 Service. The Commander was
Tarrying very pleased. will have a special part In the Sunday Bill Sanders'Tammy Denton, Doug
Friday Church Service. The next meeting will be held June 5.
Sunday service Mothers
on Day to Reddish
present T.J.
CHINESE Carver Grant
301 South JASMINE TEA sta*. -t' School: 10 a.m. Morning WorshUffU All members are asked to cooperatewith corsages to their mothers. 'All the Williams, Angel Folsom and Randy..

vY = 4 t.. a.m. 6:30: Evening Worship. all activities. youth in all three groups will meet at Reddish made up the members of the
4 vs.Y New Bethel Baptist Church: Prayer The Community Choir will presenta the church ate .
.. in a err 1"r p.m.on Saturday May other team. i\\
musical
Service Wednesday 7:30: Saturday 6Starke's program Friday May 11, 8 12. to make the corsages. ,
p.m., at Macedonia Freewill Baptist .
Refreshments will be served. There
,. -- Church. The public Is invited to at-
-- --...io4iii _= iiir 4 i i'e' =- tend. will not be any youth meetings on Sunday .
evening. May 13.
The annual banquet will be Last the
Sunday evening youth
We Are Proud'i"w'Niri presented Saturday May 26, in the divided into two Softball teams and
cafeteria at R.J.E. at 8:30p.m. Dona- challenged each other at the L
tion of$10. The public is-invited- to at- Southside Field. The two team captains :; r
tend. ''
To were Stephen Little and Todd'
Have
/Jq tJ Greater Bethlehem Free Win Bap- Denton. Stephen's team,squeaked by.BUFFET : ,. :


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4Rs cLi''A OU110p1 E Parishioners Living of-Rosary St. Edwards

Beautiful { {fY ( rfL THE FAM] .Catholic Reverend Church Father joined Patrick their Foley pastor.for a '"'t't

Living Rosay Service at the Church <.
7 : i; Sunday evening, May 0, in a
:
( candlelight ceremony. As prayers
Collection Of r were led by individual members, '.
: 11 AM.4 P.M each one held candle lit at the beginning I'
of each prayer so that at the conclusion ; .,
4-- the scene represented Living ::
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Plants & Flowers, I $ 9 5 Rosary ;.
Following
the-prayers,hymns
'i;
Ofon\Y. .
Altar
.
3 ,. sung. Mrs. Antoinette Cogs
Society president'placed a crown of
flowers on the Blessed Virgin statue. "

OFFERING' .,, I (Half Price For'Children Under 12'.Yrs.J{ Other Altar. Society officers, Carol :
Ashllne Jerry Phillips .and 'Jams '
Starting This Sunday Bawek. placed flower bouquets I .
r j; To Your Favorite Lady t around the statue. Father Foley explained I> '\
Give Her Beautiful"ROSES We Will Be Serving the significance of the Bless-
0 ed Virgin Mary in the Church follow- J

4 PURESILKCORSAGES .. Steam Boat Round Sacrament.ed by Benediction of the Blessed ,I '


i 1 Of Beef During the social hour following In I ;.
.1l the parish hall'parishioners met theparents

[ : For Your Convenience Please Call{ Ahead| This Mother's Day Carved In The Dining Room. Mrs. Michael of Father.Foley Foley his aunt Mr.,and his .
'
( ; .' sister Mrs Karen Sapp and son, ., ..
Gabriel of,Pensacola: who the .
t spent ;
Chicken With Dressing Sweet..t. Sour Pork' weekend here.
: .
; I r' Let Us Help You Select The Perfect Gift Three Bruunnetuwwere Claire
Vegetables chargers
; In
of
arrangements ;;
{'tg' .. YourSpeciai Lady for;,the social hour;' I
Plus Home Made Desserts & BeerageFree'Corsage .


tt''y MACRAME HANGERS ARTIFICIAL LIVING PLANTS Happy'Mofier'aDay / :
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