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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 17, 1979
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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'J Tempers flared at the Stark* city.. city bond trustees and utility commit" that Epps had made 10 minutes \ 1. }
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commission Tuesday night at Mayor.YCammlecbnerJoeWarren tee for
, .J related hia study. earlier to turn the suggested power tie i iy
over to the bond trustees. i
::.. various Issues and met "They know less about it than > '.
opinionsdlu Warren insisted that not the
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from other city anybody else, Warren said. '
motion
Epps made. .
officials. Sllcox asked Warren If ht had at- The entire discussion had taken ,
As the three-hour meeting concluded tended any of the bond trustee place outside accepted rules of order
1 two official expressed their feelings meetings In which the problems of due to Mayor Warren's oversight In" t
t! about the manner In which War* electricity were discussed. not asking for a second: before calling
r 1 :fen had used his power as mayor. for a discussion ,
Warren said be had not.
J| City rrWEdJ8rdapointedout "..n make it one more time. Are 1
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don't sit
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that voted out the mayor's up criticize ,
you listening Epps said to Warren
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OIJltlon In 1973. He said the present them unless you meet with them
Prison Flower Show Set This WeekendHanging I j!mayor-commissioner had no more said SUcox a member.of the city utili.ty Commissioner Ted Oglesby said he

j.Authority than any other commlsVSioner : -. committee. understood the motion Epps had I
plant are among the wide variety el greenery Former county agent George Hoggins. Brsggln* Bout except"to preside over city far ahead of them," Warren made and voiced a second. Four com
U be displayed at the 1* annual Inmate Flower Show at Bradford hi Sunday's Gainesville Sun saM the annual commission, r--- Meetings.. saidI'm missioners favored the Issue being I
Union Correctional Institution set for May 11,18..Dd It. production by prison Inmates Is the best flower show I la the Some city commissioners: expressed sent to the bond trustees before the
this Thursday Friday and Saturday. The bow wUlepea United State, at least soW he's shown one better which 'Warren strongly disagreed pointing disagreement on that point commission took any action: Warren I j
Thursday from noon until p.m.. Friday from...m.IO t, hasn't happened yet ,,. out the city charter still outlines made the vote unanimous, saying he
p.m., and Saturday t a.m. to noon. .. the powers of\mayor, and he was SUcox said Warren didn't take into voted for the matter because be was
following the charter.: consideration that someone else could outnumbered. \,
Discussion bad centered on updating have a valid opinion. He said Warren '
State the city charter which Warren was running his mouth when ha didn't Later In the i meeting., Merrill I
Attorney said was last amended In 1837. He have all the facts 'VM McMillan said hay bad received a.
Mid a review should be made to "Don't sit there and I'ht Ham- complaint about a city street being
remove items in the charter which say closed and started to discuss: the mat-
lag mouth.
my I'm out Information
putting
Can't Act On have been declared unconstitutional. for the councilWarren ter."Mr.
shouted. Mac, you're out of place,'*
f ) TIle other,comment concerning Warren said. < ,
Warren's behavior at the meeting '"Don't raise your voice when you '-
It Tuesday came. from Commissioner talk to me I'm not hard hearing," Warren said the subject McMillan HI'-" I

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Two traffic charges against Nelson, \ ",, .
Chagnon 23 have been dropped by ;
the state attorney's office because
policeman Wilbur Waters did not 4
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Assistant State Attorney Len
Register said he had no choice In the: ;
matter because Waters was not 8i:
regular policeman or special,
policeman as outlined by the Starke
't*;:' '.: City Charter.
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Attorney J.J. Wolbert represented J

Inmates .spruce iip the outside grounds of the Ralford Community Center Chagnon and filed a motion asking i
that the
where plants will be displayed this weekend. charges be dismissed.

Waters arrested Chagnon on April) _
21 about 11:30 for ----
p.m. running a stop :
light and driving while intoxicated. Mayor-Commissioner Joe Warren receives hard looks from fellow city officials. Tuesday night
Chagnon'a father-In-law Ray from fellow commissioners during the first meeting in the rill Edwards remarked that an election
dlrA Williams went to the Starke police new Starke city hall. Warren's pointed opinions concern' September. Warren said he'll worry Clly:1//:1
Y a station to ask Waters to void the "big city business. sparked considerable disagreement September.
N; a1ii Ucket. Williams operates a motel in
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Starke.
(see pane: 3) : IOU this is the way a strong mayor" Warren said the comments by commissioner matter that should be dticussed by
operates, I don't want any part of It, Sllcox were going to force the toning board being brought
Silcox laid. him to say some unkind things about to the city comm "

First argument which produced the bond trustees. "It's not a zoning matter,'.
shouting from Warren concerned McMillan said. .McMillan said the cl- 'I
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you.
Index... electricity for Starke. anything" Silcox said ,ty zoning director had asked him to
The clerk'read a letter which suggested ; attend the meeting and bring up the
Two Sections that Starke join other cities in 'You can go ahead and act silly if problem. ,
: Section I.. ,. .Pages 1A-14A an electrical power tie which would you want to. Warren Insisted it should .not be
Section a. .. .. .. ,.Pages 1MB join the state power' grid so that As the heated discussion continued, discussed, then apologized to I
I Starke could: purchase from Epps renewed his motion to turn over McMillan for cutting: him.
:.' ', Social. ... .. ... Pages ia35 various suppliers in the grid.power The letter the matter to the bond trustees. ,
.. 't i Editorial.... ......ti.: Page4A said that Starke could save "Well. I'm cut off and I won't say
:. ; News. . .. ... ... ,.'Pages 1A-JA by joining In the statewide tie.money. "Mr. Epps moves that we end this anything more about it tonight ..
.: I\t d Sports. ..... .. . PagesA-IIA discussion. Is there second: .Warren McMillan said. .1.-
; Obituaries. .. . Page U AWantads Warren said the idea was a scheme: asked No further details were revealed.
.{Bromella plant Inspected by Swain win shine under display . .. .... Pages 7 BeB by engineer to make a lot of moneys'. 'That's not motion/' Eppa In-
the being
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readied by Boyce Rossell.I Taxes . .. . .. Pages 3B-4B "Commissioner Harold Epps moved terrupted. :-' > :. rose during the meeting parking, which city ,
= that the matter be turned over to the The city clerk read back.the motion discussion of prompted :
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id' Opening :Delayed On Middle 'School Walls Projectestimated should ing Warren available not said be moved.and there the plenty old city of Park..'.ball I I

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Clerk Edwards said the old building ,.
Foul-ups by the firm of architect weeks, Salley said after Monday's The project will have to be complete cost of'$338,000 to handle thing to do. The open concept: has could be moved to another location:
Craig SaUey.and the State Department abortive meeting. in time for school: next fall. The growth there and the return of been continually criticized by parents for about $ .ooo. He suggested that
of Education: have caused a contractor the school board has students'from BMS:' Lawtey is the because of' the confusion it creates the softball fields on EdwardsRoad; I
delay in awarding bids for'construe fastest the among students during class. This would need a structure' and j''
Ernest Tried stressed, should be prepared to begin growing area in. county the '',''
ton i of walla In Bradford Middle of Keystone Construction Heights entered Company the- construction the day school ls out. BOW. school board is determined to erect building could be moved there. ; :;:,?
School project which must befinished M
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before school begins next low base bid of $319,174.. Richard Supt Tom Casey still maintains the Edwards sa>4 the old building look n:
With some
'Walker Construction Company- A of $400.000 In state capital classroom ed bad sitting five feet from the new .:
faIt budget $308.000 was net by the open concept can function
outlay funds already in hand, the I
Gainesville entered a bas<, bid of school board back in early April on successfully but depends on thepb1loeopby $313,000= city hall.Commissioner.
architects have examined school board has voted
to
SDE never award the
9341,500. There was no indicated of teachers Wilbur W ters Mid '
,the BMS project. Both bids are slightly the involved. ,",
final construction plans for the pro Tuesday when bids can be awarded. l bid on the"ml.dd1e school project. If teachers the old structure: should be moved to''IJ..:':
higher than that. Architect SaUey believe in the concept it ,;
for which bids were due to beopened Another$$346000. .least ls expected ,
ject Wont that could happen is the SDE has : will work maintains. provide parking. :
priced the project at$361,668. but ,Casey
U. Someone In from the state In the new budget
,could a major changes in theprojec
SaQey's firm forgot to.confirm that plans necessitating rebidding. the school board trimmed over$70,000 and the board has decided it will (';'
the plans had been approved by SDE from that figure in April. finalize plans on the Lawtey addition '

and so Monday when the school board but bold up actually awarding the bid. Parade Dinner Set ;
and the only two bidders met the bids Triest submitted deductive bids of Walls to divide the former open concept : until,the money to In. band. Saturday, :
could not be.opened. 0 $.650 en sound system equipmentand middle school: Into 23 self- : :1

if was hoped.Supt.Tom Casey saId:, submitted$2,200 deductive cleaning.of Walker contained. classrooms is, the nvuter 'The middle school was built la 1968 By Shrine Club V: ;' .. ;'.\.' .
that the plans could: be traced down in each alternate bide $2,000 on priority building project set by this for$409,000. The open classroom. concept .* '' ,* ..a 'ytF I II
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and school board. was used then partly to save on. :, ',
Tallahassee Tuesday morning "The annual parade and chicken dinner
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so the bids could be construction: and because to 1968 the from Bradford Square Shopping 'I.!:
opened approval Tuesday gained afternoon. However,' Contractor on the BMS'project -. There..+will be.less space In the mid pen classroom concept was being advanced Club sponsored to raise by tile for Starke the Shrine Center on 118'301.iouth at 3 p.raY and ..\.,'1

,.the plans were' not approved Tuesday be charged 1200 per day for each day .dle school when the walls go up. The'. in'education circles us the crippled money.hospital and ShriDen'ch1J.drM' burns co through town and by SDE, although the OK was received ,. he la laU fintaing.' Ernest Triest, school board hopes to transfer 'walls to turn the facility one visited Institute is set this Saturday, May it. Starke Elementary School.: TO J :
for the bids to be opened. pointed out Monday night Delay in student\ from outlying areas back to' by educators from all over the country Chicken diners will be'served for ,
awarding the bid puts the contractor schools at Brooker, ''Hampton. 'and, to see the open concept: la The .
.. operation parade, featuring 18 area ;2.10 at the Starke: Elemeetary /.:
final
the BMS
The plans on project further behind
In ordering supplies Lawtey. A new 8-clasaroom addition;. back into a more conventional Shrine unite such as motorcycles, cafeteria from ...1 am. Take: eutser> "
have been in Tallashassee about three father Jon.. ,ii planned to Lawtey Elmentary at aa 'self-contained classroom school. ',.' ... 'small cars.'and uoieyctes" will begja : vtc will be >%$ S ';
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TELEGRAPH May If, 1978 ,
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Prostitution ChargeOne I I "" I II s ; ?I Ia

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of UM five men arrested fir returned to their parents in Lake 'I Iff r" 1 1 ,1 ,' ,
prostitution has pleaded guilty in UM Butler. The 14 and 15-year-old girls J a 1 aN l, t y
case which involved a teenager'who had run away in January. The girls
bad nm away from home and been :
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to engage la ..,.u1UUoa. the Reno area for several weeks. d1.)1
The 14-year-old allegedly engaged In ) ,, bar 1 :
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diaries Jackson Jr., JO, received a prostitution. ,
six day jail term for hi*part In the af "
fair.He also made restitution for a$55 Misdemeanor charge were filed
motel bill be owed and a $100 forged against Nathaniel Thompson 54, for
check. keeping a house of prostitution. Ell
la addition, Jackson was absent Gibson 73, was charged with renting
without leave from the Marine Corps tbeaarn prostitution and living off
and was returned to Ft. LeJune,N.C. of a prostitute. a ,
to face that situation.
Calvin Whitfield Jr..ZI, was charged -
Bradford County Judge Elzle with engaging in prostitution and
Sanders pronounced the sentence: contributing to the deUquency of a .::7 .
after bearing the circumstances involving minor. .
Jackson. He had served six David Williams 28. was chargedwith
days in the county Jail and was released engaging in prostitution, ending
to the custody of Marine Corps officers a prostitute by 1 giving her
after the courtroom decision to marijuana and contributing to the
release him with the time sewed delinquency of a minor. I
Other suspects in the case will appear
in court Thursday to face I Each of the men pasted $50 bonds
charges. The two I girls involved were and were released

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Still This Bast Buy Starke: _Commission_Meets In New City Hall For First TimeFor : .;: I

In Town the first time Tuesday night; spaces in back!: of the new city halt $15,000 per year toward remember a lot Of those people
the Starke city commission met In the The council has discussed whetherto hall. mused. "I guess they're all:' .
new $313,000 city ball, abandoning a tear down the old hall or move it to Plans were drawn a : now" ; ,.... .:
historic structure built in the 1880's another location, but the matter is apparently and the price .
and which served u the Red Men's still undecided. Clerk Merrill 175000. The council
M Foot Long Hall and as a county courthouse. Edwards says the building can be ject because of the \Elf' l1JJt I>< Cricr' ':'::
With the new building 95 percent either moved or torn down for around The price continued to ::: ,:
complete, city clerk Merrill Edwards W.OOO. because Inflation.
; and his staff began their move Into When the city
c-c SteakSandwich new quarters this week. The modernnew There Is some talk of turning the old became fed up with the
7,200 square foot building building into a meeting place for the city hall to 1978 architect t-:
features a large commission Senior Citizen's club The city zoning was called back!: and a
chamber, spacious offices and plentyof .board is also discussing what can be bid was let last August ... .
unfinished office space for future dope with the old hall. Worth Construction Co. ::"1 :.'
expansion. Along history is attached to the old the low bidder at some $
The city electric department has a building.Back in 1887 it was the county price baa climbed .. .
drive-in window for paying bills conveniently courthouse after Starke won a creased costs and '1'..
by auto, but the clerk said courthouse election with 590 votes to niture have driven the ,:= ,
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that feature won't be in operation Immediately 567 for Lake Butler residents. It once over 313000. .tr ....ryeTIUM1Mait7
because paving work is In was a two-story building and was the Clerk: Edwards had ,....'!
complete.A Red Men's Hall secret organization. save 8175,000 of the cost :
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Steak Man Today And Get Yours.IWIbbf0 large room which can be used for Clerk of the city of Starke for the ty hall and a the city la .. ,;,.!'"
storage is available since: the city past 20 years, Merrill Edwards has remainder of the new .;.',
decided to build a separate police station been the driving force behind the through a loan at the "
next to the old armory. The move to build the new city hall. Ed- Starke.
( ( space was originally slated for the wards says he has been saving money Clerk Edwards TI... Mrnt LAM inrnn
police department. for the past 18 years from surplus pro through old records this 912 Old Bradford J.ll: : "'
Discussion of parking available at perty sales, tax refunds, pole rentals, preparing to move, (R..,of Old Courthouse ?"
the new city hall brought up the problem and gasoline taxes. A few years ago faclnated with familiar
of whether to tear down the old Edwards got the city council to put up across. -
aUUEc!? Imll] 1 Q city hall for parking space or save it ........inns MSSSIPtrnt ,
for use by some local group.With both .
the old and new city halls standing BHSBLURBSby Oroup. 8 p.m. :"."I
1212 N. Temple Ave. Starke Florida 964.6567 parking Is limited to some dozen ..: ....
spaces on Thompson Street and a few'VBOB& FrUaf. ..! I' .
Patrick Crawford Henderson Carol :
Cbeerleadlag tryouts were held Friday Lawson, Melissa Mayo MS MAO HIC8TM ':. ; ;,:
night May. Congratulations to Lisa Reddish Beth
man '
TINA ARE BACK / the following girls who made the .. .l 8M3 a:30: :
squads: Jr. Varsity Vickie 3210"I p.m.'i:

Chitty, Stacy ......V. MM Ifnu
VarsityPatti Chesser. Rhea Cor-
Prices. Folsom Kathy
At Country
Their Country Cooking "
With bett, Christie Faulkner KathytllKIUtADKOitl Jordon Terry Mathews, Lori Lawson, rannrf seams -:::

... : : ) This week Corns.,.ari nlm. .....+.rgp'
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LUNCH SPECIAL" 'Bo"el Made'Pastry, .Friday Night', ':/ '.y. MIl'NTY: rKIKilAPII and we wish, just that !' ::: .,: L r. ..

I ;' 9' _- Is Family Night '. r" Chorus. The"chortv} : i MP tIV/ .........Naas ".da.. .
Mon- F11.S7"1.9 I'ublUliert every Thursday Hon of Mr.:Don Hardy, : ;
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Fresh allttW.fallKtm-t: Tallahassee for the C am Ill flnl.lI.d ,
Meat 2 Veg. Vegetables Southern Fried Chicken tltrk.,Florida 32IHM Wednesday May 9.

High School Chorus rasa MUSI Pause 3 p.m.
Ice Tea Or Coffee Breakfast Anytime All You Can Eat s215A Second('Ia.."poNtuKP paidat cellent<< rating in the
!Stark.Florida Also on the list for Bradford Square End at Slarke Elem.

Nice Clean Establishment For Your Family Dining !Stil Htri|>li n Kale la runner-up Cindy In Griffith the State of .... IIIMI MSI-slates snare ..'
in trail arm: |9irrypur | the "Da tera of the
e AM 9PM BALLARD'S RESTAURANT orders TO GO : n six month Revolution' (D.A.K.) 4-7 p.m. Starke Elementary
Comer 301 125 received a medal and a ,.
7 Days A Week 782-9959 outside trade area:$In tificate for her :: : Inn,.. reeersls
Lawtey In The Desert Isle Motor Inn liervcar: $3.541six inimlhHCittrm. Mlnl-Jamobree' Keyttone Lions Club
REMEMBER: Grad '..
May 18. No Admission. .

Free Retreehments 5 p.m. til... :
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U For tyour f/orw Class of BOIM, pM at '

... Bradford Co. High DbSupper. & ........ ......

Gradaates 7 p.m. "' -linO. 8 p.m ,; '
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\ reunion 'In Jun. JACKSON BUILDING .....
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Guidance Clinic Director Gets Salary Increase I

without a quorum present the In other business Lennon said the Also recognised by the board was
Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic Lake Butler Rotary Club had made a former board member and treasurer
board of directors could only accept $250 contribution to the clinic'stherapeutic John Shaw. plaque engraved "For
the recommendation of the personnel program for ch: dren. Devotion and Dedication as a Charter
eMnmittee Friday,May 11, to give executive Camp Quiet Thunder. Board Member June It, lW14 -March
director William Lennon aI.soo In Its fourth year of operation Len- 15, 1979 and Treasurer March a,
$ a year salary Increase retroactive non said recognition needed to be 1977-March 15, ItI'It' and for Selfless
to January of this year. given to Robert Driggers and Sheriff Service to Mental JJealth Care" was,
Personnel committee chairman John Whitehead for their assistance:. presented to Shaw. !
Robert Driggers and Richard Welly in obtaining the grant. 'J. ,
'' g y' : >yII presented the recommendations: to <(
the other board members present .
chairman George Harper and Marcus
Brown. .
Included In the recommendationwas .. J r
a $1,200 yearly Increase retroactive )
to October 1, 1978 for an acting

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-- '- - ---- Lennon's four-year$20,000 contract

Clay Electric Co-ep'a itn Youth Tour to Washington winners with board of calls for a percent cost of living in-
crease. Business Charles
trustees member Ray Wingate far left) of Keystone Height with Carol llortoa manager ,
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Hardy said they would be able to
of Crlffla Interlacnen.of Raiford.Betty Yawn of SUrke Kay Dowdy of High Spring and Kevea budget.In"squeeze". the increases from the r


other business Harper presented
Electric Contest six recommendations of the DistrictIII
Yawn Winner in '
Betsy is Clay Mental Health Board and the action k
taken on each.
Bradford High School Junior Belay expense paid trip to Youth Week' Theron A. Yawn of Gainesville. Harper said personnel policies and .
Yawn Is among four winners of Clay Capitol during National Miss Knepper Is the daughter of Mr. an affirmative action plan for the .
Electric Cooperative's Youth Tour to The youths will join hundreds of and Mrs. L.P. Knepper of Crystal clinic have been adopted and minutesof -t
Washington Contes. other young people from throughoutthe Lake. meetings and internal meeting ;
Another BUS junior Teresa Knep- United States for an exciting and Entrants first submitted an essay of minutes are routinely sent to the
per of Crystal Lake to one of four event-filled week that will Include 790 to 1,000 words. The eight finalists North Central Florida Community
runnera-up among eight finalists, In visits to the White House U.S. were selected from the essays sub Mental Health Board. i
the contest. Supreme Court Building, ArlingtonCemetery mitted. The four finalists were Board members learned the North
Kaye Ann Dowdy of Rolling Green ,Smithsonian Institute,Lincoln chosen after personal interviews In Florida Mental Health Center, to be
Academy, Alachua; Carol Hortin, In- and Jefferson Memorials, and which they were responsible for headquartered in Lake City, along :
terlachen High, and Kevin Grlffis, the headquarters of the National answserlng questions about electric with two Jacksonville centers received i
Union County High School, are the Rural Electric Cooperatives Association. cooperatives and the way they are federal grants to begin eight-year
other members of the winning foursome operated. The essays were on the programs. s
who will depart June 10 via jet Miss Yawn Is the daughter of Lila subject "Using! ElecUclty In Today's The North Florida center which :
to Washington, D.C. for an all- Rae Yawn of Starke and Judge World." serves the counties of Union, Brad- 2.. ,j
ford, Columbia, Lafayette, Suwanneeand .. I.
Hamilton Is scheduled to receive S

I BC's Road Loan Will be Decided by Circuit JudgeThe $743,424 as a first-yeargrant from the
Hangup on Welfare.Department of Health Education and It's an honor to be I

han pon getting loan moneyto The problem, Hardy explained, is Assistant State Attorney William The centers' programs will include
improve Bradford County roads an opinion by the attorney general WhItley said the information he filed assistance to children, adult counseling associated with
will be determined at a hearing in stating that gas tax money can be us- with the circuit court in Tallahasseeis ,treatment of alcoholics and aftercare !
June with the major contention beinguse ed only for new construction. routine answer to the Department for patients released from mental -
of gas tax money to pay back the Topping existing roads is presently of General Services. He said the infor hospitals.The Vernon ,Silcox. :
mation is filed to the public in
protect
bonds. considered to be maintenance, not North Florida center came I
new construction. Therefore the the future by making sure before the about from the of the North Cen-
Bradford County Attorney Dudley bonds are sold that the county has the split .He's just been chosen Honor Agent.and he earned
said bond validation judge hearing the case on June lin tral Florida Community Mental
Hardy attorneys that each of his custom ::
to use the for the recognition by providing
"Tallahassee will have to be convincedthat authority money
in Tallahassee have assured him that Health Center county service area.
what the county Is asking Is legal and bond funds can be used to retop a purpose suggested.He The split calls for a northern and ers with coverage he custom-designed to protect :3
can be accomplished. county maintained road. said the language of the Information southern section with the present their family's total way of life. Call him today for = ,
filed with
bond validation is routinely and was not singling any NCF center retaining responsibility the best insurance planning help anywhere :# j

'. out Bradford County as seeking bon- for Alachua, Dixie, Levy and around. For Information on how you can become !
for Gilchrist counties Each area will Independent Life Agent call F.A. Tyner. Manager i
jr ding an illeglmate purpose. have its own governing board an
He said law the state attorney's appointed Florida.
., by by the various county com- at 3762582. Gainesville. j
office Is required to file responses to
missions.
bond validation hearing to provide a Chairman Harper said he wanted It Independent Life 5 I
meaningful review by the court. ....
understood when the new North
Our its with all the 1
Florida center is formed the B-U ages are you waif I

more onWaters' Clinic is "autonomous" and "not going '
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to be subservient to any other
I. board of directors."

Ticket "We have been through this chapterand Starke =:si
verse," said Harper apparently
from 1 referring to the District III Mental I
page Health Board's criticlsims: of the 964.7301
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clinic's autonomy so "Jealously i
Waters refused to void the ticket. guarded" that it declines accoun- : I II tr4gIJJ
1 Williams then called Acting Police tability and its failure to establish
Chief Harold Crews and asked him policies. I
about the ticket, but Crews also refus- .
ed to throw out the ticket at Williams f fI
I Y ..request.The .- i
following' Tuesday, April 24, '
Crews told Waters that Mayor. I
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Twin-calve were discovered by J.C. Knight lat Thursday morning at his Commissioner Joe Warren ordered .
I farm southwest of Lawtey. The two rare female were born to a Holstein cow that Waters no longer be allowed to 1I 1
serve as a policeman.
and a registered Hereford bull.
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The, city council voted after "M..s
lengthy discussion to delay putting in .
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sidewalk on Old Lawtey Road from ; i!
Jenkins Street down to the Softball -
field to avoid several pecan trees
owned by Mrs. Emma Crum.In I
the final phases of the $163,000 .
Reno area sewer IJ
improvement proJect
being financed with a grant from J
the U.S. Department of Housing and See The 1980CITATION

Urban Development, the contractorwas I t ,
into the $ .600 job of laying
sidewalk when it ran into Mrs. Crum
and her four pecan trees. ,
Project coordinator Linda Dey
recommended, as did the city
engineers and the Citizen's Advisory
Committee, that the sidewalk be lout !
to avoid harm to Mrs. Crum>
pecan trees. Mrs. Dey explained mat
Mrs. Crum supplements her income l

by seUing pecans.
"We can fight her in court.d bujt
we're:trying to help those people out
there'* said commissioner Vernon

Silcox; recommending that the city w ., '.
wait. -
Mayor Joe Warren pointed out the a 2-Ooor Coupe : ,
city can put in sidewalk anywhere '
private property abuts a city street I !
and make the resident pay the cost. We Can't Say Enough About This Fine New .. I
'What's the difference In puttin

that Mayor sidewalk Warren up asked.now and next year/' Car Of The Future. Come In, See For Yourself. (


""$4.400...and,"a Silcox law suit answered.," added former Take A Test Drive Ask Questions And Place .

councilman Charles Schaefer who :
was sitting In the audience. Your Order NOWCITATION
SUcqx explained that children of
Mrs. Crum have retained a lawyer I\
and feel the city is being unfair to I
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Wai invited by Mrs. Cathy 2 Door Coupe '
McAlpine, in charge of the Com- '

prerierisive Employment Training ,. .L. M '., ,'.
Program (CETA) for the Florida .
Employment l Service, to submit a
project: for CETA funds. OniYltlpuJa.on ;' $3988. Elegant ONEIDA' 1.ilnitedTiflleOnly

Is that Ls be for a public purpose : t f s, '> 4>, n'1 .PO'/k. 1r G, -, d'Y ', AVh.IV' ?fl LA ', ,!
"and they're dying to give the moneyto :. :. '\
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then* rural areas," Mrs. McAlpinetold Simply deposit S25 or more:, .choose from two beautiful patterns! As your

The the Council council.asked if a project couldbe Plus State Tax And Tag savings grow, so will your beautiful Oneida collection. 5-plece place settings ,J' ', ; '. I S

written for CETA employees to be (, Just$4.9S. accessory units Just$3.95 $4.95.. .amazing low prices,: 1PSmw
hired to tear down the old city hall. i:: Order How To Insure Delivery At Tbis.Price. Save now and add to your elegant Oneida tableware. .If*an extra,way ,
Mrs. McAlpine declined to give an OK
with
"thank for us.
I to a specific project, but wanted the we say you" staying

city Ideas.tocome z; Mayor up Warren with its own said project CETA Price do not.Include 4*..I.! .u..No null of....,hoN ..,'t: .'.'1 1
favors Tfcf-.! """""-29. 191'9. fHd..lr.: : .
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DEPOSIT $25 OR ; ,
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Deadline to apply is MAns; Mrs. ft' .
McAlpine said. CETA employeeabave MORE AND SAVE .
td be between 16 and 23 years of -i Come Stay With Us ... '
age, she said, and are paid $2.80 per ON BEAUTIFUL '
hour. The program would go Into ef rJII: Guaranty Federal

fect October and could be written for US 301 NORTH PHONe .....7100 STAINLESS .. .
as long as 18 months.

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The council wrote off as uncollectible \ I+
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erc vY 1 c N "4 !a' Terry 1.SIMI1.T*Ex frtmmt Basic I- ac.... By ;

Pit Terry UC. Terry sand Mrs. ".
etUTOKiALSDressed >>ora Fraiscr.Route forte....... IIeIekH Bobby
W comVleted Phase t of die Twoftattonteal Taylor .
at Wart KSMS. Kir.
II The' test to being eondurtedto sea K /

tic entry: training.rin be OfuJK weeks* timaul warKr seems to be the joyed by.a.y,....Sweet eera.peas
from 11
reduced M wee to
taa few
tope of uiom'saitaa' among farmers aDd okra should be ready
:,.ad still be atdnrinistrred at tw statooos. -
and
Down for Being Honest ? ',.fietumng..The Ga.PerTJ" second. phase is bend at fart and ttsmdas1armt others as we and experience heavy rains frequent I In will be, enjoying Hope you real have food a garden during this

Natmad Carter. some areas. Seems like we are gdhag spring NUOfl.
a s father mar* rain m May than we non u you have been outsida or on the
,lives on Rasa aSduke.Plc. ., highways, I don'l have to tell yea that
President Jimmy Carter personally. dresseddown rate of 7.4 percent this year is an Impossible ** ...acts aad gardens seem to be the love bugs arc be -fiCbt at
two federal officials oo the same day dream though 7.4 is still the official format at dome quite well despite the rains. schedule These pests corn cut fat
Michael EUuroenthal for the White House. ........llaai.pNSs Cloudy overcast skies and mild May and September each year for
Treasury Secretary U
week cUy.
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tempermtares are our plants about a four to>U stay.
publicly admitting the White House "screwed AWAsa.M.. a4geRfc. to rmfmue, to good We they don't bite or ting, but they can
Rowland Qa" hogs aaa 01 .
up" in tmAfffftifTiaFyng the pace of inflation The President's slowdown is obviousbow to Mr andMrs.JohnA.Cummmgs.Jr., auld las*some plants if it should turn really be bothersoma if you arepain.ting
f induce a business without creating bet to the cooking and eating outdoors.
and Marshall $hlllnu nwu. Secretary of State a Route 2. Starke. recently was next day or so. or
fullblown recession, and then get the economy: the Air Assault .T appears abe They are probably most damalSDa
Vance's adviser on Soviet affairs for talkingtoo presented Badge upon abed this Even automobtfee and they can be a fraf.
to
year.
moving ahead again before the 1960 election from the Air Assault
about the Carter-Brezhnev summit graduation windshields
freely : ,
though there wifl be some U-Pick-lt covering
according to the Washington Whispers column heats up. An awfully brief time span remainsfor School at Fort learned Campbell., xy.Tinimees and tIIia wasted and possibly next week, said l ting bWt,.. They can clog
all that to happen- with barely 17 months to rapidly "CiaIIIarftst and cause engine to
in the May 21 edition of US. News & World safely exit a beficopter from a variety COIND is comJlke.T.ortbreeweeb radiator
Report. remaining before the general election in of difficult situations. Whether ago.the sequoia overheat and can damage paint aad
November 1980. descending into tree...or lowering variety of ab""bc..J was blooming other automobile perU if DOt removed
profusely white heavy harvest was regularly and properly.
themselves or injured soldiers down
Aides io the President the magazine states. art I tIIauIht there would be another According: to our entomologists.
cite the two tongue lashings as evidence of a The President's seven-month-old anti- sheer drops the graduates are highlyfurnmmf crop of berries that should be ready these insecta lay their eggs after
new and tougher President Carter. inflation program has done little so far to slow proClCimL *entered the Army in Ju- for picking about now. However, the mating in mulch or other decaying
price increases. plants did not "set" much of this organic matter along roadsides and
111m.He bloom into fndt for some reason or pastures. The eggs hatch I in a few _
Since when does it make sense to dress down is a 197 graduate of Bradford and the larvae feed on the decay
a subordinant for telling the truth? Perhapsthe President Carter clearly needs all the help Hip ScbooI.: ** Most growers+ however, are pleased ing days plant matter until they turn into
truth about inflation is unpalatable to the be can get to reduce inflation this nation'snumber with their strawberry crop this pupae or the resting insect stage la
President Feeding the nation sugar coatednews one public enemy. Seaman RotaM teat year. Even though production was no May or September the pupae turn
about the state of the is Crapletes Recntt tn..... record,most fields picked better than into adults, mate lay more eggs and
economy a Whether we like it or not we're right therein April 26-Navy Seaman Ronald L. they.have for several years. then dk-thus completing their life cycle -
misleading practice, but one in which the national Gardens
Ixmg. son of Leroy Long. Jr., of I In the area are looking .
administration been indulging. the boat with Mr. Carter. If inflation continues Starke. has completed recruit training good. New potatoes. onions, beans, Some research was started a few
its present pace of erosion of the dollar at the Naval Training Center San squash cucumbers, greens and a few years ago on possible ways to
Lashing out at the of the Treasury the people will suffer. A sugar coated inflation Dirgo. tomatoes are being harvested and en- eradicate,or at least control the love-
Secretary
Included' In his studies Like most all research, it lakes
pill is; scant comfort. wereseamanship bug.
for the obvious that the inflation
admitting
close-order drill. Naval time to find adequate answers or solutions. -
rate probably won't go below 8.5 percent this history and first aid. Personnel who ** and we are still waiting for the
year merely evidences the helplessness of the It's going to be painful for us all,into ulItegteuully complete this course of instruction love bug answer.
administration in the face of double digit inflation !ly M. Carter will get tough on are eligible for three hours of college There are other insecta that we
threatening to swell out of control. there is no easy way out. credit in Physical Education and "Everyone complain of hismemory have to contend with like houseflies.'
Hygiene. but no one complains mosquitoes, and a host of garden
A 1'114 graduate of Gainesville High of his judgment." lawn,crop and animal pests. Many of
Insiders in the nation's capitol now admit Mr. Carter however isn't going to solve School. Long Joined the Navy m La Rochefoucauld these are with us all year even
the administration's prediction of an inflation anything by dressing down a cabinet memberfor February 1J71t. though there are periods when they
repeating facts. are more plentiful and bothersome. .
I'U be talking about some of them. -

New Mo del A ny Better ?

Announcing.
Well we hate to keep on harping on wasted .
money, but dad-gummit-the state road depart-
ment has so many ways that we can't help 100th Anniversary Edition

pointing them out. ...
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Now. don't get us wrong. Stop lights in the BRADFORD ...:'
right place keep nice folks from accidentally COI
meeting each other under bent circumstances. .
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However spending so much cash before the i\f,
light burns out gets our goat. '?

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Remember when they got that new one over rtrrap1th3EJ
in Lake Butler? They really needed that one;
the old one malfunctioned a lot and the in- irr
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convenience on that major road required .f-

replacement. ,;.,,!
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Street" ;c--
The at the of Walnut and *
one corner
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story.
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been by there a thousand times and notice no

problem with the signal light. fij;

True, the new one will have WALK and
DON T WALK, but out here in the country
we've pretty well learned not to walk in frontof h
cars.
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So,while our roads fill with potholes and the Can you visualize 100 years ago from today in Bradford LL
Bradford County Commission tries to figure away County? Picture if you will downtown Starke as the hub I ,

to borrow money to keep up our roads the i ur the rounty. complete with wood frame buildings that *'
Department of Transportation puts out$20,000 housed general stores livery stables blacksmith shops, V r.s
to replace a stop light that is plugging along and yes-even saloons.There were hitching posts used by .

fine customers to tie their horses while they shopped, and a 1
train track for the old wood burning locomotives: that s
No it's not the latest looking model but it provided J
the only connection with the outside world in those %
works. days. Yes that was Starke in 1879-and we were there.

Some of us have learned that a used car may '>. The Bradford County Telegraph was on the scene recording
news events,as they occurred for the readers of
be better than a new one these days. our
area.

Perhaps DOT officials should learn the ,
same lesson and maintain what we've got :
rather than spending our tax money on a new ,>t U ,
model that shines red. yellow and green. ,<<**" '

.(.', That Is Exactly What The Telegraph Is Doing Today 100 Years Later -


WeGet Letters W. Covering The News Events Of The County As They Occur.


;1.w TWjr Lote SUrke. Tee! traveler You are the""sweetest this :
side of Heaven" town, as well as !i x
To the Editor; : strawberry!!! We Are Going To Celebrate Our
We live in Puma Gorda. Now we GratefullyMrs.
love Starke. Fla.. too. and Dr. Her .Joseph M.Brown I
nandez. Bradford County Hospital. 100th With
Holiday Inn. all the lovely shops of Anniversary Special
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Starfce. the beck streets and the people
of Starke. who touched our lives

heart these attack put days.as we My were husband driving.had north a .: u : Anniversary Edition To Be Published

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thru Starke to our home in Newark .1:;":'. .' .L.-,",' ,
Delaware. We shall always' be .
grateful. to Starke for betoibx ere. In J y' :' )> July 26,1979 '
our Journey thru life a road Gil
where it goes.We live fl'OllllWJUte to s< : .',' '. ,
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minute and the days follow. I believe "wt, :,. -
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am directed thru my life by the power ,. Recap
of the Holy Spint. and my husband Evwy y.ar, it takes the moon '
who is now J'eCOYmnc in Punta G<<- .002 seconds longer to circle .' Of 100 Years Of History.
do. doa too. We thank you. Slarke. she varsH than the year before. J,, .

for all the accommodations to theQti ., .. o You'll Find Over 50 Pages Of Photos and News


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Cindy GriffithIs May 28 June 3 is Vietnam Veterans Week; I



State DAR Award Runner p Citizens Invited to Nominate 5 HonoreesMay

28-June 3 has been proclaimed positions they now have -S) Demonstrating outstanding
Cindy Griffith of Stark Is first Cindy was ROTC queen for iwv years Vietnam Veterans Week by President 4) Demonstrating personal uv character la dvUiaa. .life through an
runner-up Award state for the Good and was cadet princess a third year. Jimmy Carter who has requested volvememnt, such u volunteer service act of bravery or........
Citizens presented by the Cindy .is a member of the American communities to Join the nation In civic religious, youth, and .s) Repre+enttof general excellence
Daughters of the American Revolu. Honor Society.She has been offered a In honoring the veterans of the other activities. or aeo0tpnttneat to any
Hon I track scholarship to Santa Fe Community Vietnam War with appropriate 4) Helping other veterans through civic professional, of personal
; Miss Griffith Is an honor student at College In Gainesville. ceremonies. counseling: and assistance endeavor. 'i BHS with a a,47lfade point average. In her freshman year Cindy's Bradford County will conduct an -.--
The BHS coed was also a finalist In science fair project was Judged best awards ceremony May 28 at the county
the 1979 Miss Strawberry Pageant, Is over-all In the county. In the 11th '. courthouse to show citizen ap "HEY GUYS"
a lieutenant colonel In the JROTC unit grade she was recipient of the Proud mether Mrs Resale Griffith n of the service of Vietnam I
at BHS, and Is an outstanding Regional Chemical Engineer's pins a DAR "Geed Citizen" .. veterans, according to BiU Wilson, b
distance runner on the BHS girl's Award. daughter, Cindy Chamber of Commerce director. At Hea'J Moaroewatic Shocks :;iT
track team. the May 28 ceremony five Bradford ,
Miss Griffith was the Bradford veterans of the Vietnam War will be ',p
High DAR Good Citizen award winner Vietnam Vets Invited to Legion Meeting presented al which goes to the senior coed selected Issued by the President.
by the faculty u best displaying\ the In support of President Jimmy tions regarding veteran's A Presidential Certificate Selection For ALone Aa You Own Your Car, aV
following qualities Committee has been formed to screen ,
: dependability Carter's proclamation designatingthe benefltsr"continued Commander Or Domestic. 'Wlt'VH
service leadership, patriotism, and week of May 28 to June 3 as Siemer. nominations for the awards and to Foreign .,.
scholarship. The BHS awardQualified special recognition for Vietnam On May 8, Post 84 Instructed poet make the selections. Each civic ';:.-
Cindy for further competition. Veterans American Legion Post M Adjutant Joe Cissy to write the Bradford group and any Individual desiring to ,\ Front End Alignment $1088 ;;i
has extended a special Invitation to County Commission a letter of submit nominations Is urged to lendthem
Representing the Jean Ribault Vietnam veterans to attend the post appreciation for the resolution passed .. to the Starke-Bradford County
Chapter of the DAR which Includes meeting on May 22, announced Post declaring the week of May 28th as Chamber of Commerce not later than
Orange Park and Jacksonville, as wellas Commander Otto Sterner. The Vietnam Veteran's Week. noon Tuesday May 22. Nominations STARKE FIRESTONE
Bradford County, Cindy was meeting will begin at 8 p.m.at 720 Ed Veterans of all wars are invited to may be mailed to P.O.Box 1116, ;
chosen first runner-up In statewide wards Road. Join the American Legion for service Starke FL 32091 to taken to the
competition. She was beaten out by "Special recognition will be given to the community stated commanderelect Chamber office at 202 S. Walnut 964-8438
Just one point In competition May 10 these Vietnam servicemen during the Bill Wilson. Refreshments and Street. VISA CHARGE :;
at a mother-daughter dinner at the meeting and Post Service Officer Bill games will be among the activities on Criteria to be used as a basis for MA.STERCHARQE U.S. 301 N. Starke. Fla. -EM ...
Selva-Marlna Country Club in Haas will be present to answer ques May 22 selection of recipients Is: Ii
Jacksonville.The -1) Making significant contributions } :
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. to the community state or nation in
Donald L. Griffith of Starts, Cindy Is Local Men Graduate from UCF civic involvement, community projects Something New At The n
a 1978 athlete of the year of the or human assistance.: :m
Florida Coaches Athletic Association: -2) Overcoming obstacles whether ,1 rest
placed sixth in the state In cross coun- With Criminal Justice DegreesTwo physical social or economic to attain"I \ J
try as a Junior, has been four times to
: J.C.
Include Ken Snow of Starke
local men received their
the state track meet performing In ,
Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminal Gibbs of Macclenny and Ed Clark of "
the 880 yard run the mile run, and 101
Justice and another made the Dean's Orange Park. .
two mile Junior, In
run as finishing
of the have the :
All full-time employees simplest tastes.I n
the top five in all three. List at the University of Central are
criminal who attend I am always satisfied with 301
Florida in Orlando. Justice system SOUTH STARKE
Two weeks Miss Griffith was
to lieutenant ago colonel In the Graduating after the winter term weekend classes In Ocala. Re- the best. Oscar Wilde ,naS
promoted Gary Whitten of Raiford and quirements are the same as for '.' .
Junior ROTC unit at BHS. She la recipient were .it I
Doug Johns of Kingsley Lake both students attending on campus with
of the Superior Cadet Award for .
are classifications specialists with the classes held Saturdays and Sundays
academic achievement. She has won
the ROTC citizenship award, the Department of Corrections. from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Include SEAFOOD DIHNER. :all
graduates -
leadership award,and commendationfor Earning a place on the Dean's List Other recent UCF VANDERBILTKNIT .
performing in the ROTC above was Bob Milner Jr. of Starke who Wayne Kirkland, and Sam a TERRY I I ,
maintained a 3.75 average for a Richardson and Calvin Varnes. e Shrimp, Scallops
and beyond usual abilities. $359
required
16-hour credit schedule. Milner said he could supply infor Men's Dress, Casual, I 1 Bag Clams,Fries & Slaw
Milner, a former institutional investigator mation concerning the criminal I
Starke Get at Union Correctional Is justice program including police :Tennis & Golf ShirtsI
to classification courts corrections. Call after 5:30,
also a specialist.
Other lnv I >.l students attending UCF 964-6804. 895 To $1495 SHRIMP DINNER CLAM DINNER

New ITT
StoplightThe BRET & JERRY'S 21 Shrimp, Fries a Slaw 2 Bags Of Clams (K Lb.) ::t

Department of Transportation 'ilDJi3 D&PEUiiE: ATHLETIC HOUSE Fries & Slaw .q
has announced funding of two traffic $ 89 '
light installations for Bradford and 1233. Walnut SI Stark. Fl.. 904-7434 2 ."
Baker counties. 138 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. 96 ..5890Starke's HRS: 0'30 To 0:00 Mon Frl. $989 > ,.
Starke will be getting a replace- 8.00 To 4:00 Sat
ment light at the intersection of a

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Tornade> eSfRun Thru Baseball Playoffs Ends ', fi




With 4-0 Sectional Loss to Apopka Blue Darters r''

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What ROM up must come down they the BHS bats. Bill Goodge,Scott Allen The Wednesday win over another am$i- O. Oared 1
r ay-Friday Bradford High1 sky-high and Mark Williams managed the only playoff upstart a young Ocala: Forestoutfit '
baseball team was brought back Tornado safeties that won its district title despitea The highlight of thl. game, over- .|
down to earth in the AAA Sectional Allen was left on second In the second mediocre 10-21 overall record was Scott Allen's two-hit
baseball championship at Apopka. frame and Doug Reddish was typical of Bradford's run through the elght-strflteout. shutout was a j I
The Tornadoes. had used a playoff stranded at third In the third Inning district tourney the week before. tremendous home run by Jeffery Nor- I
hot streak to rise from obscurity and after walking second on a Freshman pitcher Scott Allen stifled man that opened the scoring in the j
m r+ ( become BHS'a first district diamond wild pitch, and taking third on the Wildcats bats on just two hits, first inning With Dinky KiTby and ; I'
l champ since ma...and then set a new Goodge's infield hit In' Bradford's BUS committed Just one inconsequential Kenny Clark on base with walks Norman j t
BUS record: for wins with 13 by Urning lalt-Chanc. seventh Keith Northrup error, and though the Tornado run lashed a chest-high fastball way '
Ocala Forest in the Region 1 title walked and Allen dumped a single to production wasn't what it was in over the 310 foot left-field fence. ;
game Wednesday, left but Lafavors retired Randy districts (eight runs against St. I !
win also ticketed the i'ornadoe.Into Parado, Kevin Tillman, and finally Augustine, 12 against Clay) a tape- The Forest left-fielder never even
wn elite company-Just eight teams remained Dewayne McBride whose head-first measure three run homer by Jeffery ran back for the ball, obviously drilled I
y... In the fight for all the AAA slide into first didn't quite avert a Norman and a solo shot by Bill far beyond the confines of the ,i !
marbles Friday. game-ending groundnut Goodge proved to be plenty enough Keystone Height's field (the game '
But, Friday was the day BHS' bat-work. was played there because of wet conditions '
balloon burst as Apopka a Blue -*.ttt..(144M at BHS). The left-fielder
Darters-with a 23: record to Brad .Llrnrnr. apologized to his coach Jokingly bet- !
ford's U-12-won 4-0 on their home ... ween Innings. "Sorry I didn't ,
field. That win sent Apopka, a team for it." he laughed. "Shoot that ball I I
'loaded with seniors, into the state was out of Anaheim" answered the \
_--- .. ,4 -... ...'......w_ -' ..., tourney which opens today, Thursday Wildcat coach. ,
HYou're out!" Tornado first baseman Doug Reddish applies a pick-off tag to May 17.at Tinker Field in Orlando K Coach Hartley guessed it was hit i
an Apopka runner. Sophomore hurter Kenny Clark was told by Coach Mike Tampa Catholic meets Delray 1,' j about 420-425 feet", while Keystone I
I Hartley to nail the Apopka base runner who was lumping off first and Clark Bch. Atlantic in an afternoon game coach Rodney Nelson said"that thing .
threw the plckoff loll to Reddish.Apopka's with Apopka challenging Jacksonville was over the lights it had to be 450 J
Bolles In the night tilt. feet... whew, he hit it didn't he." '
---- i "This game was like one of our Those runs were enough for BHS as : J
: IY, j games in the middle of the, season Allen upped his record to 8.by i i
where we were playing one good holding the Wildcats In check. In the
'1 game, one sloppy game... except this second Inning the freshman right
1',1., ,j jj time we played three good games, bander walked two batten and 'Cat
j then one bad game." said BHS Coach right fielder Mike Collins was pushed ,
\ Mike Hartley, a happy coach even in to third on an error but Allen stranded
1i! .a / defeat "After seeing them (Apopka) the runner on a third out grounder.No
POPKa just one time you're not that impressed Forest runner reached third base I
,I thought St.Augustine was lust as after that threat.
good, but we really didn't test their In the third the Tornadoes added a
defense much."A chuckle punctuatesthe fourth run with Kilby again starting I
last remark. The Tornadoes, who the rally. Dinky reached an error, i
were on a hitting tear In the three was sacrificed to second by Bill i
playoff wins managed Just three hits Goodge and scored on Kenny Clark's ,
z off junk-pitching Blue Darter pitcher single up the middle. ;
Maurice Lafavon, whose 11-1 recordwas The fifth Tornado run came on
much more impressive than the 1 another homer, marking the first
I off-speed pitches he served up. WI! time this year BHS has had two 'I
'Looking back, at the beginning we :.rtick' roundtrlppers in one game. GoodgeJust '
set out to win as many games as we .. cleared the left field fence and :
could." Hartley continued "We Collins' glove with a high liner to lead
didn't have the overall record we off the fifth inning.
hoped for but another goal was to win Wildcat runners reached second in '
V/,' YAYr 5 AP the district tourney. Winning that I '= Itialot" the fifth and sixth but Allen fired 3
think turned us around, it will get the three-up three-down Innings In the '
baseball program going. Winning sixth and seventh, striking out three. I

.. : region Wednesday was a bonus for ,
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us" Allen and Tillman had the other
Bobby Brewer ; ;' catcher Keith Nor&brup--"e; the Blue The Wednesday win over another -- ._ ----'-- -- --- Tornado base.hits.OP !
I Darter's final run In their .ev.-win Friday. playoff upstart young Ocala Forest Jeffery Norman's clinched flit answers an applauding crowd after his towering -
outfit that won Its district title despitea J-run homer In the regional. win over Ocala Forest. Norman sent cheit-'- rasa-art. i
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tII" '_. I I J.. 1"J": ssszissiiiscx sftax&si mediocre 10-21 overall record was hip fait ball some 420 feel over the left field fence. Mttlt.W.AII_((09..pr-) q
typical of Bradford's run through the ( 4 ,
district tourney the week before. J'l '
Freshman pitcher Scott Allen stifled I
the Wildcats bats on just two hits,
BHS committed just one inconsequential -
error,and though the Tornado run iFililiJ !
production wasn't what it was in
districts (eight runs against St.
Augustine! 12 against Clay) a tape- ''n.r6'1Jr4"LfT4 \
measure UU'ee run homer by Jeffery
Norman and a solo shot by Bill iflEl.:1IJIIlr S :I = .:Ia JJ 1
Goodge proved to be plenty enough


l :T 1 1 nw a b. y- w bat-work." Apopka4.BHS. ., L. 1979 COURIER RAHGERXLT T203Q,. i 1.

; "The Tornadoes left their playoff ,I
bats at home for this one, managing/ / 20 L Engine, Tinted Glass, A/C, Deluxe Wheel Covers,

lust three hits In a listless Pinstripes AM Radio, Rear Step Bumper, WSW Tires '
loss.
The win was the Blue Darters 30th Black Color
of the season with all three losses \\ !
coming to 4A schools but BHS wasn't Rata$5650
BHS cheerleaders. do an ad-lib routine to send the Tornado ba.eballand track outclassed. Both the players and the ,
teams off to their state meets Friday. The dance came at a morning pep rally fans who made the drive to Central
at BUS. Florida left feeling the win could have (
been Bradford's if the Tornadoes had
played up to their potential.

TELEGRAPH Sophomore pitcher waste Clark 1979 DR SEDAN PINTO P3669
saw a three hitter as his ,i
mound record to 5-6 with the loss
despite a 1.73 earned run average for 2.3L 1-4, Engine, AM/FM Monaural Radio, Auto Trans.,"Deluxe Wheel Covers ::1
the Two throwing errors on one
year.allowed to score two A/C, Tinted Glass.Dual Sport Mirrors, Vinyl Insert Mldgs., Deluxe Bumper 1-

prune on no base bits in the second: inn- Group Power Brakes. Power Steering, Vinyl Bucket Seats, Body side Mldgs., j :, "
ings. Tim Anderson doubled home
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Bradford High School's six athlete "For Cindy to do what she did was e k Fn
contingent to the Friday May 7., really phenomenal, it shows her
eal Florida AAA High School track meet courage," Howard praised "Really,, .' 't'It
M came home without any ribbons, or you'd like to have 12-13 weeks of training '1, I
points but did bring back some experience for a distance ruiuer just to get 1 } "1 II
gained from running at the ready to run, and she had just nine k I II
state meet level-useful experiencesince weeks before running In the state
only one of the half dozen Brad meet. fir I
ford participants is a senior "There'no question that she would p. I
"The level of competition Fridaywas have broken 5:00: in the mile and she I I I
the big thing; Florida's state probably would, have been able to I I
track meet is one of the best in the place in both the 880 and the mile at
country,"said coach Grover Howard, state... (barring the operation). Its I
who had Lady Tornadoes qualify for just very unfortunate. for Cindy."
state in three individual events and Only one girl broke 5-00: Friday,
one relay. that being Betty Jo Springs of I
"We stayed on a competitive edge Bradenton Bayshore, the national I
was for three weeks (though district, junior 10,000 meter champ of last
Cindy Griffith;: ran with the leaders for a lap and a half before tlniining eighthIn region,and then state),and really, we year, and this season's AAA mile,
I the Mate AAA mile run. Here Cindy. at left. Is fronted by Cocoa Beach't Katy performed up to our level at state." 2-mile and 880 champ.
Stalling and Aeronauts Pall) llefferman.Bradford's Indeed, two BHS girls along with the Freshman Lady Tornado Louett. h- I
mile medley relay unit came through Smith again broke the BHS girl's 440 .
with their best performances of the record with a 61.8 clocking that plac
sA season Friday, only to be left in the ed her third in her heat and "about
tracks of high-class competition 10th overall," Howard guessed. Winner
BRADFORD Senior Cindy Griffith came the Angela Wright of Ocala Forest
closest to placing,taking eighth In the who( added a win in the 110 hurdles
mile run after hanging with the and second In the 220) snapped the Bradford High's track team looks over the cake presented to It at Friday's
leaders through the first 880 yards. state meet record with a M.I second pep rallv.Astronaut's- ..
BASSMASTERS Her time of 5:19.2 was four seconds
better than her previous '79 best but win.The medley' quartet of Griffith, Sandra Mack taking the a couple places out of the money witha
seven seconds slower than the 5:12: Smith, Judy Hankerson, and Kim title with a heave of 124'11", Dahalla 2:02.2 880. Thorn Bendickson of
she had run to take fifth In the mile at Slocum knocked nearly five secondsoff Roberts of Bartow fired the shot 42'7" Tampa Catholic won the event with a
state,last year (she also claimed fifths its previous record with Griffith to win that event. 1:58.1 time.
hold few days ago. in the 880 and 2-mile as a junior) running the anchor 880 in 2:27.1 to BHS junior high jumper Theresa Team winners were Haines City in
Bassmastcrs will and pounder also a understand Mr. Roy Bryan and much slower than her goal of a finish a 4:288 medley. That placed Woody sprained her left foot in pre- the boys division and Titusville\
their monthly bass! tournament I meet and didn't in Astronaut in the girls division of AAA.
fishing Lake sub-5:00: clocking for her senior year. them eighth Howard said. Winner warmups compete
annual fish fry on Santa Fe Lake this and II F. Wiggins were the
HC scored 44 edge boys
the points jto
and Bryant lost a What got in Cindy's way wasn't tough Titusville came home In 4:17.1: championships
Saturday. May 19 Alto a few days ago he competition but instead an apendec- Junior Marian Puttman threw the "I'm genuinely optimistic for next from Astronaut 41, Bradenton Bay I
Hopefully the food will he ready at couple of hawgs. Bryant says Shore, 37.S, and Palatka, 34.5. Astro '
with four back
girls coming ,
plant to get some of the old fashioned tomy that kept her hospitalized for a discus 105'4".and the shot put 33'8" in year
noon and allowed her nine her second state meet coach Howard said. made the girls portion a runaway
called plow line. You never period only appearance.
I hope we are blessed with good type line Bradford's only qualifier in the with a 48-27-26 edge over Bay Shore
what will pick up on those weeks of training before the state The discus toss was eight feet away '
had
for this event We have know you
weather and cross-town Titusville.
meet Richard Smith neighbor
had better be a little meet. from a place with Titusville boys ,junior ,was
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some bad days in past years worms so you .
The tournament will begin at 7 a mAll cautions next time. ,
Bassmasters wil return to the landing If anyone plans to travel from Little
at II a m to prepare the food At Santa Fe to Lake Alto by the canal, it
2 P m. all Bassmasters will return to might be to your advantage to be
their boats and fish until I 8 p m. mighty careful and watch for logs.
Looking forward to seeing one hundred P,S. Tommy: Watch out for those
percent turnout sailboats. You bet 1 will\ too.
Edwin Johns and Larry Noogel
have been landing their share of bassat Bass wishes, V'R1DAT
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Kmgsley Lake Edwin landed an II Neil Crawford


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LAKK!: CITY Springtime in nor are being picked up on live minnows
theast (Florida means progressivelybetter drifted by crappie fishermen .
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area lakes fishing are and beginning many of to the produce local Hamilton Academy [ MEANS; :,YOU; ;fill I : ; DAY I ; :IN\ ,AND: I ,:' DAY I : :OUT

good numbers of fish Bluegill and .
redear I shellcrackeri' in Orange Lake
south of Gainesville are starting to S nj'ff r x S oft h a II Loss
take shrimp and a few limit
grass
The Christian Academy
catches are being reported boy's Softball Hampton team suffered its first OD FAIR.
loss of the season with an extra-inning .

Alligator Lake in Lake City has 11-10 defeat at the hands of Hollister ... ..._ ,r .
of last week. B'sl
been producing good stringers
bluegill on beetle spins and live The 13-inning defeat left Hampton -. ... 0
crickets. Bass fishing has been fair tied for the league lead with Holluter, __ routou 16. 8uy'inPFOJ14WIY
with the best action coming on top a team it had beaten earlier. Charles r,
water plugs The Santa Fe River's Hutto led Hampton with four hits in ReTsweet 4 shoo 1 1art
redbreast are beginning to take small six at bats and one RBI. Joe a r ,, Potatoes us .

spinners near shoreline and top cp\cr water..Suwannee flies fished bassIn Goudreau RB1's and Lee went Jay two Nugent for five went with three 3 ,CitrusPunch( IKrioiM : ...? ,,..,astLON:: a g.c'

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Fishing iii Newnans Lake; near the right to meet the Eastern
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.Win Streak, Giants Losing Skein Stopped in DY Major ,H!

Kwas a WeeK IOT streaks
en a. the Giants to be Glants7.Braree4 the Giants to the win Monday night Chandler was two for two Greg !
basted a five Jason Bennett busted two home In the which !
B losing habit with a win victory, broke a five reached \
who ov..thed runa and. went three for.. three. to lead game Giant foiling atreak. Daren \
themaeives aaw a four .1' .... rt __ Chra Thomas ,
war two for three.
winning streak go down fee MIke Chappell war three for four A { 1 itl
with earlier
an defeat
at the r
and John David Francis two for four
i of the Lawtey Gold Nuggets ; w .
for the losing Bravea.
thout the streaks the ll-u yearague

remain as tight aa a drumthe ., ,
Meta and Lawtey Gold i
pv.. of three in a rowanotherk MetsTDodgers*
atartink both 5-2 and ahead of The Meta built up a 7-0 lead and edged -
graves, now .-.. the Dodgers Friday evening at ij
f x. Pratt Street Field.
Doug Samons went two for three j
RADIATORSERVICE with a double Ron Willis doubled and
I :;' 1 Timmy Nugent and Dan Duffy added
OKaICTOM base hits for the Mets.
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Tony Diggs was perfect at the plate,
:-r<'= with three hits in three trips for the H

::J---J! losers while Michael Colvin, Brad ,
Brown and S. Struthers adding base I
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Phllly Dale Brown, left and Chris Marshall scramble for a 1 loot ball In Dixie '
LGold..BravnlLawtey Youth Minor League baseball action I(

iEAaw r rx Gold scored six times in the I
first inning and went on to snap the ners. Carey Mize and Ray Shuford Wednesday evening May.
Braves four game winning streak Fri- were two for two Andy Norman one Jason Polk had two hits In three at i )
day night In Lawtey. for one, and Sean Robinson was two bats, Barry Warren doubled and ,
[0 t Wayne Brown tripled Sam Norman for three with a double. Tony Milliard. Mike ChappclL John
.. doubled, and Lamar Crews had two were and Jason Bennett David Francis,and Robbie Boone ad- f
hits in three at bats to lead the Lawtey three for three for the ded hits in the Brave victory. 1 'I
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION OIL pOOURSM : club. losers with James Johnson and Tom- The Dodgers had enough hits of I ;
Working Folks Radiator ." J John David Francis was three for my Parker one for:one. their own to win moat games with ;
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MIltlUMIMMIKI: rvie/ four with a double and Tony Milliard Ricky Carver leading the way with a i \
EE COOLING SYSTEM INSPECTION doubled for the losers. Braves II-Dodger I three for three game. Tony Diggs ad- 4 f
The Braves erupted for eight runs ded two doubles. George Levaaser ,
1964-6810)) A r ,. in the second inning, helped along by was two for two with one two-bagger. it it1' I'
t I L.Blue IS.GlanIs S walks and Dodger fielding mistakes, Brad Brown doubled, and Michael,
STARKE RADIATOR SERVICE I / Lawtey Blue pounced on the Giants and won their third straight game Colvin punched a single. I, 1

CORNER HWY 301 1 18 4; "V for eight runs in the third Inning to
i blow this Thursday evening game
8.00'5.00 Mon. 'Sit l.Ev ray .. 1/ r AI- .ttumTA ybt wide open. Water's Takes 2 Game Softball Lead II 1!

... By Appt. Marty Irons was three for three, ..
Tiger catcher Jimmy Wilson tags the Phillies' Dale Brown out at home In a scoring four times, and Mike Gowens Water's Bulldozing held firm as the bury ute Rebels 1Wednesday I
Dixie Youth Minor League game Tuesday was also three for three for the win- Men's Open League leader but its night. May B. I
Blalock was three for four 1
eighth straight league win was a Jerry
tough one-Water's had to hold off the with three runs batted In and Mike
second place Starke Businessmen 124 Jackson was also three for four to

Wednesday, May. to build uo a two lead the winners. Marcus Cruce add
game lead with 10 games left. ed a pair of hits in three plate ap-

LWCI 7-Rebels 4 pearances and Chub Johnson doubled
LWCI down 3-1 alter three inn- and singled In four tripe.
ow c was W. Teston four for four with
*w Ings before taking 4aoo 5-4 leads double and was three RBI's for the a

and David holding Rogers on Monday was three night.for three Allen Rebels who also. got two hits from
Alr.rldie.Wa&er'.I2.
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with two doubles John Wright was
three for four with a double, and G. .Businessmen 8 I
_ Bivens tripled for the winners. Unbeaten Water's built up a lag
Iris The Rebels were led by Bruce lead and held off the late-charging '
hagewood, who was three for four Starke Businessmen last Wednesday (
1 1 t and Wade Winkler who was two for night to open up a two game lead In f I
three with a double. the Men's Open League. '
Mliflun-Sr. Boys I' Jim Lewis unloaded a two run I

The Misfits Jumped into 8-1 and 13-& homer and was two for three, Donnie I
leads and held off the Senior Boys .Wise was three for four with three :
HECK Thursday night May 10. RBI's D. Mckinney was three for '
.
Randy Corbin doubled and had four with a home run, Terry Gaines
three hits in four at bats for the win was a perfect three for three with a
I*u mun MO MUCK oooo TMU**.MAY IT,THOU tICrry / 1 ners while Randall Thomas Fred triple, and Charlie Green homered a
] "0..tUf II I.T..QUANTITY" WONT*HIHRVtO.IS.DA. ail singled in four trips to lead the league '
1 Wheeler, and Ralph Gilpin went r
two for three. Thomas homered and pacesetters.
doubled and Wheeler delivered a pairof The second place Businessmen gota
Choke Fresh KUty&efI twobaggers.Chub three for four performance from :
e e %.I Johnson had an Inside-Urn- Larry Brown and two for three nights \
oddeChucckSteakw $171 e I park home run and a double for the from Tommy "I>cimeat" Reddish
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Boys, gat a i
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Jn M i i.i u>I MI w..nun- n scored in every Inning to steadily 1
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|MI iiama*MI num mtmwm I n i m n Q d 1.55Nr Ne IM W nix HIM INN law Mi SN championship in leading the locals to 7
yer Combination Pkg.w.: :.l_ naOJ HY2l'ade Hot Dogs 88t Florida Orange Juice fill Matlaw Shrimp Rolls M7' the weekend win. ''

M MM or oil*.. t IM 55fN55 5511w. w.nl -...* 'I'"raN.-'. till III Larry Mercer added a .854 batting ,
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I MI n till IM W.l I MB umt. f IMIKNM 1 uNraNx.r.Nr Bennett .520 in the six game set.
few Zealand Genuine lamb legsu'r Claussen Pickles 1 121 Les Cal Cottage Cheese 'III Commodore Fried Fish Cakes 78t Water'a won four straight games .

JIM HIM nut id< .<.'.. Cdi 1xfgM IN w/MINMw.. tM M l un..mmi ( High efficiency before suffering it's first defeat since J
rkey Drumsticks iiaorMiiu Agars Canned Ham 3tAN $591 Creamed Cottage Cheese Mil Turbot Fillets w 14 When compared to February's McElroy's tourney in \ ,,'
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OE lAdsl ) homers out in the next
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OHM .JL... .are u uD:; ....._... LB game, a 28-11 win over Peter's Construction "'
IN vw 305 A LI 1 M.N OIN..f.. MINI. .
UN NUAAT. WITH .AC.WA.T / Our beat of Jacksonville. Lewis had I
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Executive Weathenronlt'a! each. Charlie Green nit three and } I'
SECRETDEODORANT N.NN General Electric' BEST.GORDON Lewis and Joey Bennett hit two each
Y aa Water's dumped Pat's Construction ,. I
w.o. la ,S7 P' l! LB of Jax. 25-10 for their third win. ,
oars son A Ie SAVE Sod A la 1N They reached the finals with a 15-7
r- 4 decision over the Yulee Milkdrinkers
as Brian Johns clouted two homers
Best Says lit tfrcoerie/: Best &gsinc "e/ul 4 T"w"u"Ii and the losers were limited to 11 hits.
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The Merchants stretched their Merchant 6-Ch flans I win white Scott Hudson tiled. >>bIt had the loser's only hits with Qriffis
league record to 9-0 with victories The Merchants tallied seven runs in ball before surrendering three nlta in scoring the lone Clvita 6 lone run. Norman's
over the Firebird and the Civitanslast the fifth Inning to break up a pitching the fifth. A.trtple by Blahse. land Hitting;
I week, but neither win was easy. duel between Merchant Emmett. singles by Watkins and Jeff Tqor; Olympians 8'L.B. Engineers I Buddy !
The Olympians alto won to even Watkins and Civitan Scott Hudson. keyed the Merchant' wiruli.bll inidng. Richie Fender's bases-loaded mammfr,
their season mark at 2-2 Watkins pitched a two-hitter for the Kevin Grltlll and Randy Alvarezge459 single scored Larry Saucer and Jeff CollingsIP Pitching of

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bottom of the sixth Inning for an
Certificate Of Deposits Olympian win over the Lake Butler r AllenClarlcTPhagra1l1
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Engineers last Thursday In Starke.

30 To 89 Days 5% Fender also coubled in the win Sport Editor Head Final Count '
Paid On 8.Month Money while Johnson was two for three with

Market Certificates (May 11 90 Days to 1 Yr 5%../o Tommy a triple and Hilliard Saucer was was the one big for weapon three. IT II .n J HIIII II ny. '-i: i ,

Thru May 23)) 10,000 Mir 1 Yr To 30 Mo.. until render's game winner, hitting 'The final stats, Including playoff performances, for Bradford High School'lht
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safely three times in three at bats record-setting baseball team have been totaled with the hitting of senior Jeffery :
Investment 30 Mo.To4Yrs. ': with a triple and a double. Norman and the pitching of freshman Scott Allen and sophomore Kenny Clark

'. heading the numbers list-Just as they did all season .
They Are Subject To : 8'/r ; Merchants :3 ttorman ended the year on top of half of eight offensive categories, including! ?

Penalises. Money 4 yrs. 7'/ % Down 2-0 early the Merchants came host of the meaningful ones. His .423 batting average was easily the class of thev' "
Withdrawn Before' back to stay unbeaten even though. team and maybe another school record. Coach Mike Hartley said Matt Hull's .411, "'

Pass boo. they managed just five hits off losing filate-work of a few years back is the highest remembered BUS batting average';
Maturity Draws pitcher Billy Reitz. 1 would guess Norman's 30 runs batted In and maybe his 35 base hits also area

Regular rate Merchant hurler Emmett Wa ns close to school records as well as his seven doubles Add In three homers and,|

was even more effective than I three triples and his slugging percentage.(bases per at bats) was .643. Norman
Passbook 5 OJ! surrendering four base hits iil/c e also had the best strikeout ratio, wblffln. only once for every 7.5 at bats. N
Rate ..ess 70 Firebird's two-run first inning, but Senior Dinky Kilby led the club with 21 runs scored and 21 bases on balls while

90 08neresl throwing no-hit ball for the last five Clark topped the list with nine stolen bases and best fielding percentage. Junior
innings. Bill Goodge led with 7 sacrifices Senior catcher Keith Northrup had the second
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!. __ He was helped along as Blaine Dyal best offensive year behind Norman, although he led no categories. Northrup hit

provided a double, and John Bennett .316, with 24 hits and 18 RBI's. all second on the club. ?,
Jimmy Schoening Barry Johnston In the pitching department there's little to choose between Allen and Clark i
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L L 1. 4 and George Crews added singles. Scott had the better record at 8-4 with a 1.89 earned run average 81 strikeouts 64J
Schoening scored three times. walks, and 60 hits! against him in 89 Innings Kenny, with a hard-luck 5-6 mark lit>

Craig Sapp, Bo Harrison, Reitz,and had the teams ifcw ERA of 1.75 and walked just 41 batters in innings while sur *1

Tommy Crosby had the losers hits,all rendering 68 hits and striking out 49.
singles Allen threw a one hitter a two hitter and six three hitters while Clark had a\

FARMERS & DEALERS two hitter to his credit. Amazingly,neither ever had a really bad outing. No team
Drive In Hours Walk-In BanK Mrs. S.r.r..f........0.......r.... got more than nine hits off either Allen or Clark although they went the distancer

For Your Convenience 9:00 To 2 What Iho largest in virtually all of their starts. mf
BAN : a.m. p.m. was "1 was really?: surprised at the way Scott and Kenny came on to pitch for us.T t
crowd to witness
7 15 To 4 00 Mon Thurs. ever a
am pm Mon Thurs tennis match? Hartley aid, 'If you can get your pitcher's earned run averages down under 3.000vJyou're
: doing a pretty good job of pitching but to have both pitchers under 2.00 !isv,..
.: 7 15 a m To 6 00 p m Friday Of Lak Butler 9:00: To 2:00: p.m. "r 'auio|>oj)"v uoj,no|| aqi[ ,

i 1.; Closed Sat 395 W Main. St, 4:00: p.m. To 6:00: p.m. Frl.. ,\ : IV |'uoll| UO M9M ,uoJ2n'Of super."If In the next two-three years they're here they just pitch the same as they. did KP j Jrw

49 6.2101 Member FDk. : : : 'CL6' "I! .2I2Im! this year I'll be satisfied. I think their records will be better because our defense; ,',j
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Closed Sat. : XC0| | {] 1'.q| JIUjJI\ UBrtfIIIIH will be better. ..itu'n

C; .a:-.........".,).MM... :1U.\\SNV............ : "It turns out that our top four hitters are seniors (add .258 hitters Kilby and &t*:
-.. -- --- Kevin Tillman to Norman and Northrup) so people will have to come around next
year."

A list of the Tornado statistical leaders follows:

Batting Average-Jeffery<< Norman .422, Keith Northrup'.316, Dinky Kilby ands ,.

r YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE Kevin RBI's Tillman 30, Northrup.258. 18, Bill Goodge 17. JbuN! !

Runs Scored-Kilby 21, Goodge 16, Norman 15, Northrup and Kenny Clark 14/ ::{:
S? Hits-Norman 35, Northrup 24, Goodge 19, Kilby 16, Clark 15. : : /, .'

Stolen Bases-Clark 9. Kilby 8, Tillman, Northrup, Goodge and Randy ParadcJti. =
GREAT OPPORTUNITIES .IN LASTSUNDAY'S 4. I ,. ,, .,

WalksKilby 21, Clark and Norman --(< 'a"

Sacrlfices-Goodge 7, Northrup and Doug Reddish 5. 'qMJ'Feweat

1m Strikeouts-Norman, 1 for every 7.5 at bats, Kilby l-to-7, Goodge11. :
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practice at BHS, while Tornado Basketball Coach Warney Adkinson hastf r I

already started working with next year's roundball squad with puns to contlnIn '
the hot months. _
"Within the next couple of weeks I'll call a meeting for anybody who's already!
I Shop The Sun's Classified sectionS interested in playing baseball next year and we'll set practices maybe two times

a week during the summer." Hartley said. .,J
"Football practices in the Spring and the basketball team is already working out!

; but once school starts there really is no time for baseball so maybe this will giveus I

every day for great shopping values., a chance to catch up faster. The other three schools in our district this year!
(Palatka, Clay, and St. Augustine) all had two coaches (Hartley is the tone BHS'5.
: .p...."... -. coach) plus some sort of summer team so we had some catching up to do. '1 'i'

\,:,...:.. ''' u i .:-e'.h'. .'"M., "":. T'A" _Q .' .".11 r t.i:'Oi .tWn,.,,that the winning this yearxud for us Is help us In the respect that we
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1I r has had his basketball players working out a couple of nights a week

if. since Monday, May 7,with a pretty solid turnout so far. Warney is high on four or ':"f...'I
<' ,j t five who fit the biD '.ftv" ,
young players for a prep coach-they should be 6-4 by the time
,' .( they re seniors he says with a gaping smile. ;

= ',?. .AGGRESSIVE, ..II, .|,.rt4tr* fh.t PULL TIME HOUSEKEEPER'! RECEPTIONIST, experience .
want .n opportunity with mn on- NW AREA .."h. console. Must type Districts WUI Change Next Year 't
", limited/ 'Incom*potential., C ALL 377-.WO Af T C.. S::10. approximately' 40 _m. Call Mr.
9O4-964-4H3. The Tornadoes will both football and baseball and than *'
j r. call NUCLEAR MEDICINE Harrison.177-159.: play more likely'
Technologist., Registered. Mon. baiketball. District 5-AAA next year. <".1
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::: RESPIRATORY THERAPIST Apply: Emplovmenf office. Typing' general olllce work. That means a shift away from district competition with the St. Augustine

Immediate' opvnlno' for CMTT or ton Memorial... Sarasota Ho pital., r U mn.METAlL'OecW. 'Hoi' .Arling. Salary Op.177-4671.'. Call Mr*. Smith Palatka-Clay triumvirate and Into battles with the Gainesville area schools fort

Roo' irv enaibie T"ona,.t. head,' t _'"on. playoff spot The new district Includes BUS. Gainesville high Buchholz.Eastside .
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K Enc /llnt growth opportunity available.' 17 Hr. wk. Include CAREER MINDED GAINESVILLE Santa Fe, and Live Oak-Suwannee County. "IT
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and full Mf-vlc* ctoMrtnMiit 'h'rd RESIDENTS with confidence \
two night &
::: n on.t,..l nuriorv. ICU... tmmedlate' every opening.Sunday AAA In yourselves' succeed, The football schedule for next year Is set, reflecting the change In districts butt vet
m adult and p dl trlc op n h rfuroorv. _. requirements: IMHreo excell
.. and complete culmo- Term EMPLOVMENT., 1111-10 NW.I1 Low$'.Low l/a-1441 F enloy above average Income also Including the traditional games with St. Augustine, Palatka Macclenny":now
nary function .b. Negotiable good transportation dedicated' S and the Ocala schools-Forest and The revised worksheet with sis..IT!
i.l.rv and oiicollonl t>.nllt" PRISONER' Are you chained, driven' to learning a advancing.Provided Vanguard. ,
= program. a deft, or a machine? Do bell. : company training' home games a plus, reads: -9;| %
whittle and supervisor control profit sharing, retirement plan,
Qt. Call collect (113) tvt-7451 everything' your do? Dos vour group hoftpltelllatlon./ monthly Maclenny-Bsker at BHS September 7. BUS at Eastslde Sept 14, Palatka *t<-<'nr.
::.3:J work lenge?leek Want opportunity to get out a.of chl-thai night bonuses' trios alter guaranteed training' no salary N.rALLCHILOREN'3HOSPITAL BITS Sept.21. Santa Fe at BHS Sept 28, BHS at St. Augustine October 5, BUS aft'..1\)')
S01 4in Street South rut want a chance to, develooeyour plus' commlislon Apply 1141NW CMS Oct. II, BUS at Forest Oct. I', Buchholt at BUS Oct. 26. Vanguard at BHSini/v
H ... Petersburg. FL J3/OI real talent 4 abllltla? Stop I3tn street between I a, tAn
Eou l Opportunllv employer, being a pr''_.Call. 17.-suo. o.m..nd 1 a\4 p.m.,Mon-Prl'c for Homecoming November 2, and Uve Oak at BHS Nov U. ''rieuk,7aii

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tZ- 174 ow.VEDA..... Station l..vlna' yy*.t oon..t.. Original Quick great.71 AUDI mileage.POX. ue._*regular. 4speedso..d.... ,*,. CHEW. AM-FM.NOVA air",,SS power new*Lt-1.*.-, Twins, L. Rangers Take DY Minor Winsn '
:. sale l>I"co"SO firm.495-loll. AM/FM lap deck. Very clean' rlng/brake 02.00 or best otter,
.-. I.7O VW BEETLE .u.om.IICJO: 02._ 3''-''.'after*p.m. )7-3loa. .''-'''. The Lawtey Rangers and Twins David Williams was two for two1 \"

..- moo condition Radial 67,000 tire.mll Good>. running S7 SO or 173 NOVA HATCHBACK came up with wins in DY Minor with a triple Meal McElhenny hadJlow
.! beet offer.4W72OSLocel.: 1970 mooI.W BMW '1M') VS. Air condition,automatic.Excellent SI4OO.. League action last week. two hits, including a double, and Tim*13)A

$ IM'Sport VOLVO CoupeAir. leoos 371 13v1nvtlpa ITS-MIS After S. L.Rangers 26-Twins 10 Lewis and Drew Davis had Twin hits

AM-FM ce "tte. new Inspactlan. 170 JAVELIN. Good condition The Lawtey Rangers used 30 baseson while Dewey Williams and Reggie*
_. INo Oval Mania. AM/PM. new
a nxa. 31. runs pood new Inspection and Leverson allowed just Indian hit
/Ir.L great 04* mileage reclining balls by Twin pitching to waltz to one ,
d A .- JEEP J 10 FKkuo. short ... front brak** O1SO. Call Joe after
Beat other 4
7 e. speed that
wheel b._. 4 cylinder. 4 wheel ......'no..00.312-6066. .'_.. 5.177-4-KO,Stud.nwlv. '. an easy win Wednesday night in by Timmy Moody.
w'. .. standard tren,ml..'lon, .
:I': S._mile/ Orendln,....::12600. VOLVO STATION WAOON 145Outtndlng. STATION 177 ASPEN Lawtey.
; 174. 40.0OO mile' WAGON Dale Norman and Jamie Crews
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power steering.
4 door 1977, fir.FORD power LTD tteerlng 3rd erlahY01ow.seal. air, power. AM/FM steering alias.and. sisvsJIMBARKLEVTOVOTA both scored five times to lead LR IRee:Dept. NewslFrom
Power brakes. uvl. tn-ttn brake. S4400. Call 171-23a: 1700 N.Main' St. :7747542$1Tl000naeSTOPPER while Timmy Smith and Brian Crews
the base-running parade with the Starke Recreation
S T to' ; doubles and Robert Starling and Allen Department comes this announce-

", Wood singled.Ray ment:
V -... Nettles was two for two for the Smal fry and T-Ball registration
V.-ss<. "" ;' 1 BR. Needs work. JSB 'T fsi. Auguilln BEACH*APARTMENT. Available _Iv. losers, who also got hits from David will be held Tuesday, May 1, through
Oalneivllle.; *or:17S-745S.Cell after S.174S7I Now thru Summer. 313..,.,. Lizenbee, Stacey Bowen, and Kristin May 25, baseball'
;;t'" ',{,,'. RESERVE NOWI Registration
: Alday. leagues. at the Old AA'i:: ,
INCOME PROPERTY. 4 unit ":t mory from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30: p.m.or at
BR. Excellent NW neighbor-' .
rental house, plus :3 unit apt. Twins 12 Indians 6
.... hood .''r. near schools a. shoo- Pratt-St Recreation Center from 3p.m. .
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Univ. area. "
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.'.' 2 M. C. Newly' painted plng. Available June lease forP.nt.d The Twins broke !6-6 tie with a six
yard with large Ire**, ttl.WO.Owner financed.173-1147 m0.3/43331: to 5 Mondays : .
veer or longer S150 p.m. through
L utility shed a tlp0 ...... Call for t run third Inning in beating. the Indians Fridays: :
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aop/ / 177-S374. NOW. 1
MONTEREY ::1..2 bath II- AVAILABLE BR. duplex .
/ room, family room, carpet central heat/air, T-Ball will be for 4-8 year olds, both ;
S 2 SR. t ba'h. Wooded lot In NW play: room 1.5OO *q ft. Fenced kitchen turn., S130/mo. 39th Av*. and with '
boys the four
area. O.r..... Cathedral: celling. yard with wall low 60''..37 - wall to wail carpet. central heal required to have reached that age on .
laa '.&..I r. I S31.y r.000_.:11..ct._Kitchen. "IR. LACE. GAME PICK THE ""V'Toff.-w.__. Pop Warner Football ''or before June 11, lint and the'sir
ROOM end wire galore with 'n"v 3 BR I
N ACRES with Santa Pe front- S M beth home. ...._. this/ Prlvete road. Cent seeheee., year olds being those who did not play .
.N .... War Old planted pine' REALTORS MORGAN carpeting. Specious, too x too lot. Registration Set T-Bal last year and have not finished :
sid100 per Kre.can bedlvlded. :174-aeol: o. Baldwin Realty. 1
y,. OOCRSMBALTV ...1.m 1/4-5757: first grade. The field Is modified for :
REALTORS call374Ml: ENCHANTED>> t Cod The Bradford 'County Athletic the younger ages and a small rubbercoated I;
-:1: : 100 ACRES 0" WOODS en 9 acres. IO M M.1pYsM. from G'vlll:*. c. Association will be holding It* first ball is used and hit from bat ,
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a70o Per acre. will divide. Excellent .... 1 ....... ..r...*. "'r__ BKVAH
owner financing. Santa with stone trade between floor, :a-.IO'nrI.I.' ...*. registration for Pop Warner football ting tee
J Pe Inc.River Martha Realty..r_of.High, REALTOR.!prin.o, Refrigerator celling ceder_bookthelye. Don*.WO I!.Man.Ech....Will,. REALTOR Ir_. players and cheerleaders Saturday, If. there Is enough interest the
1 454-H37: Eve*..4S414(1VSBO Jon Del.Hans Inc. 375-1740 :377-003... By**..37SNS3SCUBA : June 2 1m. recreation department will be having
p RegIstration for cheerleaders two Smallfry leagues this year. One'
t : l Smallfry division Is for boys and girls
I OEAR! Everything you REMINOTON Model TOO 141caliber. : the Masco Midget, Jr.dMidqetPeee aged !6-8 (six) year olds mint have' .
1. need.:173-747.for safe Studenl.PLUTBi diving..Scuba Fro.S5 .lock, excellent. *cop*.condition Monte ,Crlo S32S. Wee Jr. Pee Wee and Tiny Tot divisions finished the first grade in 1979 or .
I i In-_.After S,:17S.5O41.Mike.REFRIOBRATOR. will be held in front of'l'OY from played T-BaU last year). The other... :

I ver oullde .nw Iai3CluadNN7: Run great 9 a.m. to noon, and at the Lawtey league would be for 9-12 year olds.
., HARDSHELL GUITAR year old. Excellent condition.SJJO. to.Appliance and much safe more. ttoo ChamaHe'ssi Maw- Baseball Field from 1-4 p.m. Two This Is regular Softball with a few .
S C.*.. fits 0'_. Merlin a, other ..:174141. Eve."i thorn*.Call 171-104*. more registration sessions will be modifications. .
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77f-473rd .. held June 9 at ''The charge for UM Is
DESK. $40137"roundap1. 541 rvamtv NIKON Like new with is Saturday Hampton program $4
I, OAKSHOWCASE. ItIncKe Seer: mall oak table.MS .o.P-C salesncu01no: School from to child with the fee used
bv n Inche by 41 Inches.Ola ell 's S45O. Mike. ::111-M30, Elementary 9 a.m. per to pay for
** too front and side. Contain (..113753547mow noon, and at Brooker Elementary the children's shirt and cap which
IS front
open drawer
Drawer Mellon removable S300 PIANO MOORAGE from 1-4 p.m.Anyone they will keep; Players will also need .
for Information' ,call a/1 5l '. CKH.P CLUBS. Lot Ole buy your
Beautiful Splnet-Comole ._... used du0.evWymNN, we buv/tl/trad*. missing those a glove and may wear either tennis
.ASS BOAT locally. Reported like new. Responsible for the golfer. Shoe. tions can still register their shoes or rubber deaU. ;
11jonneon. .
a.euflluHydro Stream party can take on tow clothe, club and accessories.Tee
frailer metal flak. payment balance. Write before to or n, Crekld Mall by contacting one of the following Clinics will be held from 3:194:30 .
Iro4llne motor. aMoth Ice we**nd tr ,, Joplln Piano. P.O. Tom Chllloml, owner, POA OolfProteaawnal.
h be+, live well, win consider Box 104. Mom.Georgia 3UI4I. .3773133.V league representatives: Jean Tannerat p.m. at Pratt Street Field on the
( trade an wnelMr boat.!74-s17. 964-6839 after 5:30 Michelle following days '
I) : p.m. : T-Ball-May; 30, June
S"" "" "" Parker-at 984-5714; Keith and Linda 4th and 6th. Smallfry-May 29 and

: Need more information? 4 Gillingham-at 964-5787 after 9:30, June Sand 7.

( p.m.; Chris Rewl -at 964-8808 after The T-Ballers will play on

Interested in placing a classified? &: Mym.Pop mornings beginning June 11 with 'hl
'. \ Worn football'player whohasn't Smallfry games on Tuesdays '"
Call, 1-372-4222 :- yet returned a uniform usatd loo Thursdays beginning June 12. :
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Want To Help Your Child Read Better? Library Course OfferedWhat '

Football Game is Next can parents do to improve 'skills In public schools. The discussion Come In the Public Library seethe
Thursday Night their children's reading ability? will be primarily concerned: with display from May 14-29 of games,
Coma and hear Mr. Joe Fitzgerald from pre-scbool through fifth activities and handouts that parent
I Mart Chsstaln." left and Doug ReddUh af UM Senior Jolui Slater Fred Woods, Date Refers. Henry Pete, sail speak) on "What You Can Do to Help grad although there will be Ideas and can use to help their children read at
football team help coach-manager Kelvla huger stretch Oliver Mark Other sealer Members Inclade Ualahat Your Child Read Better"at the Bradford activities presented that will be applicable home. Many of these on display were
In a -a.earted.enIar practice session Tuesday. Jenkins. Marcus Grace. Mark Mitchell Marvta Tysos, County Public Library on May 22 through Junior High.Mr.Fitzgerald made by parents participating In the
I Senior roster member at practice Tuesday were Coach nw.,.. Cwnmlngs, Jeffery Norman Cleve Meyers..... from 7-:30: p.m.Everyone Invited- to being brought to the Public Tide I "own 1t and Take fiftyparents
free. Workshop Jan. so-over
Mr. Joe Fitzgerald works for the through the courtesy of Mrs. attended. Those involved In
Domino's, Top,Fla. Bank 5-4 in Women's Open Softball Florida Department of Education and Libra Title I Coordinator presenting the program were Mrs.
--- la Involved in the development and Bradford County Public Schools and Mary Agnes Ferguson Mrs. Marilyn
The Domino's edged by Florida right back to tie the count with Francis: WhItaker was two for three coordination of standards and basic the Florida Department of Education: Vellenga, Sissy Santanglni and Dan
Bank Thursday night to take aoJeponeulon Vorease Jones who was two for with a "hie to lead BF. Smith.ECKERtTS .
of first place in the three, and Carolyn Redding, who was
Women's Open League they won last two for four,leading the way. 1 "NO HASSLeQUAUTY PHOTO GUARANTEE j

I year The .. victory left the Domino's As in two earlier meetings betweenthe the pi mis you..nl No.....-even ilw>.goal wa.mm.IHCI"' .Iakmg I
two teams( )
split one apiece
with a S-l record one-half game better game CK E 5 '
defense was tight but banker Gloria ,'
\ THE PRINTS TWICE THE FILM -
than Florida Bank'2 mark.The
managed to three times
Sapp score ... .
Bradford \lij'0II01 extra of print*wnlti ovary wnan you pick up your o vaiop 4
Furniture to
Bullets topped while Parrish, Hudson and Joy color' lack.nd Mid. print him and prinu., buy Mo Isl.. oKooacottx
stay securely In third place. Mains of the Domino's were all two lean _P8d ...d p..n'. 'd or buck and wmta, pfHllMm ,. .
PSOPLI TRUST ICKSMD-S FOH QUALITY TODAY AND IVERVDAV lot in* regular pun ol on* Uk
for four. PRL.CRIpTONsuvscl..tlow.M eel TODAY AND fVfRVDAY :

Domino Fla.Bank Bullets 18.B.Furn. 12 iinugurJIiLUIWiiIL IPJiiJJMJiLJJI]
Sheila Forsyth singled Betty Jean The Bullets lumped out to a 13-4
I Hudson home with the lead run In the lead before winless Bradford Furniture
of the ninth and the BRACK'S CIRCUS TWICE AS FRESH
top < inning fought back to close the advantage
I Domino's held Florida Bank scorelessIn SUNDOWN ECKERD PEANUTS AIR FRESHENER -
to 13-12 but In the end the Bullets Nhoner.ByJohnson .
the bottom of the ninth to a came out winner SUNSCREEN PEROXIDE Choo.egul.O 2-way '
wrap up a Thursday night CgLGATE A Johnson uwa. assorted. t T-ounce h Assorted fragrance:
5-4 victory and take over first place In May 10.Mary. 4-ounc bottle. 10 Vol.8ouncebottle. n REG,69* 6esaunu.I:*. '
the Starke Women's Open Softball Felton was three for four with LIMIT 1 li LIMIT 1"M 1'IEG' 89 LIMIT 2
League. a double, Tuba Llvinsgton was two ::=,
I Before Forsyth stroked her game- for three, and Sherry Gohagen was 3"' 199 4.g' FOR 6ge --'-,

I winner down the third base line borne two for four for Broughton's Bullets. I I II
]runs by Hudson and Terri Parrish had Paula Anderson was four for four _
I given the Oominos leads of 2-1 and 4-2 with a double Janice Jockel added a TUBULAR
I but each time Florida Bank came double In her three for four night and PERM ATHENE 12 DELTA SLIDE HANGERS
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Group home director Sharon Alderman, right receives a I3M donation fromRue :. RED S1S9 99 '
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Women's Group Home Gets Donation RING GRASS CATCHeRSPRINKLER 24-INCH BRAZIER

The Starke facility is home for Ie and various restaurants and business CHARM 14" Flta.."most B-B-O GRILL1rlbutlonlorAUlthY
developmentally mentally retarded establishments Gives even water dis 6 mowers. Baked enamel fire bowl
women from various areas of Florida. Sharon Alderman, group home DETERGENT VINYL STRAP REQ. SIS.99 rust resistant+ grid,fold-
The women are learning to be more director, said several ciu and 2' 32 nano. grass. REG. 99- LAWN FURNITURE up legs REQ. SH.99

self-sufficient and are anxioust to be businesses had given financial and PInN hmon.or 79e1= Colorful aluminum vinyl frame.strap Chaise'on Q8819INCH
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more productive members of the service support- Including VoTech REG. 69' each has multl-poslUon bale ,
community. The home Volunteers of cosmetology class and TV repair LIMIT 2 CHAIR
AmericaGroup Home, opened in class Western Auto Holiday Inn, AUTO FEED FLEX-LINE REQ.$16 99
August of 1978. Officials at the home Pastry Shop,Dewitt d.Jones Funeral ., TRIMMER DECORATOR
have been very grateful for the community Home Nart aIde Baptist Church, Easy to handle,,trims 14 PATIO TABLE I
support the home has receiv Starke Woman's Club St Edward's < around shrubs, trees a CHAISEREQ.S2989 Metal construction in
ed. Ladies Altar Society, A.D.K.sororityand \ punters.Us.amono Mne. assorted colors and
The" girls have been to several the Cirltan Club. 80 patterns REO. $3.99

dances at the Bradford-Union A.R.C. She la seeking volunteer teachers of 158'SOO. 24 299
work activities center (Sunshine arts and crafts and others to help the PINE-SOL
Acres), the Bradford County Fair women write letters, go for walks orshopping. DISINFECTANT
.Another need of the home is : Disinfects as It'cleans.
furnishings and kitchen 15-ounee.
bed and bath linens,outdoor aces 'REG. $1.19LIMIT ,. GALAXY 12"BOX ,
HOUSEHOLD f
FLORIDA equipment.A 2IGALLON FLOOR FAN
A donation of$300 by Mr.and PLASTICWARE I 1 Whisper quiet motor balanced
perfectly
Mrs. Russ allowed the n --Bu.hefl.undry basket I I
Langln ,
blades Grill
THEATRE l removes for clean
28-Qt. wastebasket \
organization to complete paymentson 14 ing. MODEL
2153 REG.
S27.99
'8.01. heavy duty pail .' !
Call 4 Walnut purchase a washer curtains.,build a clothes closet and REQ.$1.99 ,,/,.,J'J 22"GRAN I I,

StarkQ 964.5451 Further Information about the ALUMINUM : "' :
group home is available by calling the FOLDING BED '
SHOWTIMES, director 964.6747.Gainesville. 9' .I' PRIX AM/FM/TV
Fri. 7:10: 0:00: TRASH BAGS Kordife 2888L1ghtw.'Ohl.lumlnum I RADIO I

Sat.ftSun. 6:15-7:10-9:00: :: : Driver i Heavy duty plastic/ t GRASS*ASH* storage. RED, 134." Receives sound for TV channel.. 24
I with tie-ups. Box .j 1 hour warmer" PEG If 7 IIi
Arrested With CocaineA Ol 40. REQ. $2.99| _
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RI one vehicle accident: investigatedby TAPE : i e. .
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duced an unexpected arrest for 77- toned cloth tape. I
of cocaine. West,'., a moisture/ '" t PRESTO 6-OUART
Trooper C.R Cory charged Darrell resistant REQ. $1.45LvPAG.8 .0 PRESSURE COOKER

Marc GWett, 831 SW Depot Road, / .,toek. Warp resistant
( (law.. n alum
Gainesville with driving while intox- alloy for even ,
_L... heating
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DRIVE-IN tested Thursday.The 1978 Ford truck THRIFT TAPE ...... .. ( REO. $29 99 '
'301 RAID
he was driving south of Lawtey on f*A' -lnch x 1500 Inch roll '
HOUSE A GARDEN 3/-I U U In handy dispenser, 2288.
US-301 crossed the median strip and / tIT
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Frl. Sat. ,crashed Into a culvert.: ens 13.5-ounce aerosol MOLLS B REG. 49 EACH ../
loaded with M f to use Indoors or .. touts
truck
The produce, **
"Swap Meet".PLUS. was Impounded at the Bradford County R6Q. $2.49 DAIWA Al$ORL SHARP BILLFOLD I
JaiL During an Inventory of the st., SPIN REEL WI M : INS 'LCD CALCULATOR'BaaMF

truck officers found a small quantity n Fully anodlzed aluminum Slim line. 4-key direct acces*memorrf, ,
of cocaine.,Deputies also found two 9 body. On/Off Antireverse. 'lito and square roof 1I.v-MODEL 5133
/ .4&caUbra target pistols and another Multi-disc drag PEG S11195' ",
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. small semiautomatic target pistol system. REO. $18.99 .

....... ..... : .. along with ammunition and .some ,DAIWA 1312 1688a "' t I

Sun tail e t was charged with possession SPIN ROD8f& --- i
of .ul atance. He posted SYLVAN I IA n Hollow/ fiberglass. with chrome VIVITAR 700 j
... plated steel guide 8'-ft I II
bond and POCKET
i$1,000 was. .aed.Sunday. FLASHCUBES I length. RED 11.99 CAMERA
Sale Set In Jax Blue dot A BuiH-ttrelectronicflaan, useallO
Surplus .a. .
cartridge film. REO.
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A sale of government surplus property Y 3 cubes. t .
will be held on .May 12 flashea. ,DATTERIES2f 34"I 1
Riders"I So, at the Defense Wednesday poaa1 %a Choose from 841 E.813E. !
office located on the right side of EP67SE or S78F' Pack Of 6. Y I
REQ. TO $4.99
Highway 17 approximately a miles '
south of the NAS Jacksonville Main :a
Gate. I..
Registration for too sale starts at ,
r 7:30 a.m. with the sale beginning at j I r----: -, .....www-I ECKERDDRUGS t't'I t tI

8:30 a.m. items to be lord Include COLORREPFlINTS ( ;] 1f;:] ; 1:<:''It
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vehicles, office furniture and I tDEtB GJ.fi1Jfi1rJJ[! .
From your levwNe color print negatives. i'
miscellaneous property. Propertymay I t iiJ 1LJW: SALE THRUSA1X $OAV 1.I 1.
I be inspected+ from 8 a jn.toboldldays I I POJL OPEN WECKOAV9 9 A.M.to 9P.M. .
"edeada.nd I I -- I 831 Walnut! Starve Florida SUNDAY 10 A.M Lo 7 P.M. ,
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too Canning Workshop' Ground Breaking and Dinner


Set May 25 :*../ At Grace United Methodic Church .


NOTICEWilliams Sunday. May 20 a groundbreaking to be completed In the early fall. .- : a
Canning Season is here! ceremony and dinner on the ground A farewell dinner la honor of l.' :
The Bradford County ExtstlafonHome a I Is planned at the Grace United Ing Rev. William (Will) Wright wfB."
Jewelry Will Be MovingTo Economics Office is offertatt a r Methodist Church on SR 323 In fottew the groundbreaking.Cmne .

CANNING WORKSHOP" ell PH "" t ,Y Lawtey.Contractor. onev eeme all and wish Rev.
The Old Florida Bank day. May 25. The program tlflf! be I4y Burdette Green will Wright Uri, best ,., luck at his new
BuildingIn held at the Agriculture Center on tart the new fellowship hall and Sun partsn.'. wmdajr fttrvice. will begin at
VS-301 North of Starke from 10..m. to I day School rooms which is scheduledObituaries 11 a.m. :
The Near Future noon.

Basic canning instruction will be
.
taught. A pressure gauge tester will Church of God
Co/ft*' Of Call Si A Walnut
be available for testing your pressure Jt.., val8e tees
canner gauge. It is necessary to bring\ :Mrs. :Mary E. H llco*, BT J\eVIVa&iServlc" scheduled at
tD % SD % only the top of your canner for testing. --- Mrs. Mary t Wilcox. 87. died the Starke Church of God Friday
The Extension Office has two Sfumitn!' John t Smith Saturday morning May 12. in the through Sunday. May 18-20. with Rev.
pressure cookers available for loan Starke Nursing Home following an extended J.W Dawsey Rev. Dawsey is an
We only ask that they be returned t'uny/lele| l Itrvrull Training illness evangelist with a dynamic message
2D % 4D % after two days and handled properly I April :!!I."aSt'umM: John It. Born April H. 1892 in Nassau Coun for this generation. The Church of
There Is no charge for either the class Smith turn of Kuty I.. :McCmnfo! of ty. Mrs. Wilcox lived in Miami for God .Is located at 422 N. St. Clair

Off MoatltomolnDup star or testing your canner. This service is I1,1). Box 153.! l-awtey. hall completed several years before moving to Street and services are as follows:
free to everyone without regard.to rt' 'ruiliraining( ut the Navul Training Keystone Heights 25 years ago. She Friday and Saturday 7:30 p.m.

Me lfs m. H... Been Marked U0 I Teen ReduCed race color creed or national origin. <'filter.. Orlando. was a retired nurse a member of the Sunday-11am. and 7 p.m.
During the ,'ight-"t't'k I raining cy" Keystone Heights Woman's Club anda We Invite you to attend these great

Watch For Our Grand Opening! "Sunday clears away the d,'. trami'i Htudied m'tirral military member of Hope Baptist Church. services.
rust of the whole week." *ut>jocis dwixncd to prt'par'lht'm for Survivors include a daughter. Mrs.
further ncudemii and on-the-jClh Geneva Boynton of Manchester METHODIST YOVTII ACTIVITIES
WILLIAMS JEWELRYCall Joseph Addison
tr.iimriK in one of the II""II' H5 basic Tenn.. a son. Leo Paige of Kingston.
occupational field N.H. a sister. Mrs. Catherine Had Father and Son Softball .
St Starke. 964-7064 :>Ior<' Smrkf. IVruuiil. *, Included in their studio were dock of Maxvllle. and two grand- The United Methodist youth Softball
M'amanship.. close order drill. Naval children. I team added little age to the team

:Mrs F. B. Beard is in Alachua I hiMory and firxl aid. Personnel who Funeral services were held Tues- last Friday evening at Westside Park.
completehis/ court of instruction day afternoon. in The team gave a seven inning battleto
General Hospital where she underwent May IS. Hope Baptist
DWIGHT SLATER'SOpen hip Lire eligible for three hours of college Church with Rev. Pat Murphy officiating Madison Street Baptist and had to
surgery credit in Physical Education andIbgiene Burial was in the family give the victory to Madison Street
with of 19 to 12. When the team
plot in Hope Cemetery. DeWitt C. score
Food & SOlf Mr and Mrs. A. B. Whitehead. Mr. A I Ilil! graduate of Bradford High Jones Funeral Home was in charge of came up short handed because of
US 301 S and Mrs. A. B. Whitehead. Jr. and School. Smith joined the Navy in arrangements.Miss. prom night the following fathers stepped
7AM 12PM Mrs Frank Durrance of Starke and "Kehruarx Ilfilf.According in the keep the team fromforfeiting
& Walnut St Mr and Mrs Charles Whitehead and the game. Mr. Leo Thorn-
: Flora A.
Mr. and Mrs Charlie Fancho of Cady ton.. father of Daryl Thornton: Mr.
Jacksonville had Sunday dinner at the Morris Williams father of Chuck
MOTOR Oil- R.C. OR NEHI Western Steer Steak House and Miss Flora A. Cady 88. of Kingsley Williams and Mr. Glen Polk, father of
*| 39 returned to the senior Whiteheads for 1leW i Lake died of cancer Wednesday night Scott: Polk The game was thoroughly

3 its $129 Tax ice cream and cake. May 9, in the Bradford County enjoyed by all and the team is very
16 Z Hospital following an extended illness. proud to have been able to count on
8 Pk & Dep. these fathers for in.
Plus Ta. filling
Five local students, Gina L. Brown Born Dec 17. 1890, Miss Cady lived Mother's

All BRANDS BEER Tina L. Brown. Denise Glssy, Guy W in Orlando for about 30 years, moving Last Saturday Day evening the
Borden Smith and Eoline Green, are among to this
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to a law once on area years ago. She was a Methodist Youth met and made corsages -
Case 84 who graduated from St.Johns the books in Birmingham, retired nurse, served as a nurse in for Mother's The
MILK $179 $100[ River Community College at the end Ala., it' illegal to drive a World War 2 in Camp Severe. Greenville were presented to their Day. mothers corsages during -
Gal I Over Cost of Term II. Miss Green graduatedwith S.C.
car while blindfolded, and was a member of the a special part of the morning word
honors. First
Baptist Church in Lawtey. ship service Sunday morning: The
-- Survivors include .
three sisters: youth also presented corsages to Mrs.
Miss Beatrice Cady. Mrs: Lenore Inez Green, Mrs. Oleeta Harden-
1 Foster, and Mrs. Beveraly brook. Mrs. Lavon Drives and Mrs.T.
use Blackshear, all of Kingsley Lake, and Olson for their devotion to the church.
-1h"'l several nephews and nieces.

Graveside funeral services were Rev. Don Denton presented a
held Saturday afternoon May 12, in special corsage to Mrs. Jewell
Kingsley Lake Cemetery with Rev. Roberts, representing all the mothers
David R. Brown officiating. DeWitt
that could not be
C. Jones Funeral Home was in chargeof present.Don Denton

arrangements.In Youth DirectorS
lieu of flower, donations may be
made to the American Cancer Socie-
ty. ,. Edward News
'
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Thomas (Torn) Norman Altar Society
.. 1 S. The St. Edward's Altar Society helda

Mr. Thomas Norman, 88, of SR-121 meeting in the parish hall on May 8

ii / Macclenny died Saturday May 12. in with the president Antoinette Coss,
__ v.4. a Macclenny hospital after an extended presiding.
( illness. Claire Brunetti and Jerry Phillips
Born in Georgia Mr. Norman moved have altar care during the month of
.' to Florida in his early life and May.
J / \ 1.. p and Baker
resided in Bradford coun Reverend Father Patrick Foley
ties. He was a member of the New thanked all for their cooperation in
sInneC River Congregational Methodist parish work. .
11 Church;and .wasiirt'th*; timber A'I' Plans were announced for a
i Fr I
x ore II'r" : ,, .-. "V bubine5a before his iwttresnenw" to...< Coter' d diet dinner to be heldn!\ the
'I lItJ.1'1.,1' I : Survivors include one son, Carlos parish hall on May 27 "
.... -.. Lj4 : Norman of Lawtey; live grandchildren Plans for a graduates receptionwere
J 1' '. and six great grandchildren. also discussed
'IICIIIAIIII_ Funeral services were held Tuesday Mrs. Coss gave a report on the St.
:) : :..".:', :-: May 15, in the Chapel of Archer Augustine Diocesan Convention held
I .1 Funeral Home of Lake Butler with recently at Atlantic Beach which she
J ? f I Rev. Ben Coleman and Rev. Johnny attended along with Mary Hum
1. GAL. 'R STONE II Yarborough officiating. Burial followed phries, recording secretary*, Anne
16" OSCILLATING FAN in Manntown Cemetery in Baker Samons past president of the
83 ASST. CLEANING AIDS PRICE: 27.982.00 l l rIa NYLIIN j, County. Archer Funeral Home of Gainesville Deanery and a member of

35 VALUES 770 MI G lt 1 / MEN'S POCKET polo SH'IRT Lake Butler in charge of ar the Diocesan Board. Father Foley
wAS7see TD'toal REFA' /tl T-SHIRTS wITNPLACKlTCOLLARhtee rangements.Mrs. also attended the Convention, along

cooling speeds chrome 42 01 Purei 12 or Vanish, 3? 01 iINAI 2. 5 98 P $ AE6ULAA with Josephine Cumber and Claire
grills A adiustabie fan n.ca Class Plus Snk, > Suds 2,7)e PRICE .rt WERE ", "
*
Beatrice Courson Brunetti alternate
...- \y 29a, N 1.iw..A Weeks delegates. t
The slate of officers selected by Ii.
100% cotton, lull-cul x/sUorl Pullover style with butIOn.dMEN'S
TENNIS FASHIONS MOVM.p cs..l.Irreg M.L.XL. pocket Populer solids,8 to XL. Mrs. Beatrice Weeks Courson.M,of Jane Bawek and Mary Gissy was .c
... Rt. 3 Box 110 Lake Butler died Saturday presented as follows by Mrs. Gissy: 'i
GHO1GE1 r. Go irloQo POLOS 5.96 lOoming May 12, in Gainesville president, Claire Brunetti; vice.f
+ after an extended illness. president Muriel Cilhooly;
OVA m Comfortable/ La Coat knit, full Born in Bradford County Mrs. secretary Erica Vogeney and
V N't JEAN sHORTS,
( snlon collar men I S.M.L.XLSHORTS4.96
FAMOUS MAKER Courson lived most of her life in the treasurer, Betty Dazinskl. These I
"T t westend!of Union County near the Columbia were unanimously accepted by
i J WERE County line. She served as members in attendance. The Installa- :

No-Won blends with adjustable Pr', U .HMMlMdomm Supervisor of Elections of Union tion of these officers is set for June 3at ;l
FASHION BUY laba, grip mu. tai 100%, cotton claaato styi*pr. mm' 29- County for 12 years. She was a the Western Steer. Steak House in 4
3-PK. EVEREAOV Terry Tenms Hala 11 38 member of the Lulu Baptist Church. Starke. *
BATTERIES. CORD CELL SUNGLASSES M-DAY FLEA COLLAR Survivors include her husband, Refreshments were served by the 'ft

1I Disc .8 6 w 77 y Robert Wesley Coupon of Lake hostess, Peggy Shaller. :sMothers
-Its,, 1I37C 5e e a Butler; one daughter, Mrs. Eala B. Honored aid I
to 3 monlhiKMP 3-PK.TUBE Bryant of Lake Butler two sons Bob Mothers of SL Edward's Parish "
Heavy duly C or D b.n.,. lot Styles for men and woman with Kills /tl M for up ; ,
use in haehught..11C. metal or plastic frames colors' your dog and cat happy) SOCKS of Courson of Lake Butler and George received special prayers at the Saturday
BOYS
asc.I .66vrC Pasco: Weeks of Lake Butler and In- Masses and were each presented with
PRICE man Weeks of Pahokee; 13 grandchildren a white hand crocheted cross
j,,
Terrywnedcotton. and 18 great grandchildren. decorated with white ribbons as a
e- Vt.11 Funeral services were held Mon tribute for Mother's Day by their ;

day, May 14, in the Lulu Baptist pastor, Father Foley.
Church with Rev. Woodrow Crews officiating. First Coaimunton

1 Burial followed In Douglas Members of St. Edward's Parish to
( f':; COTTON Cemetery under the direction of Archer who received their First Holy Communion
tOLONIAI DENIM BLUE JEANS Funeral Home of Lake Butler. May 13 at a special children's

F.II ate AIdCOAos Trn.3IM Mass were: Cindy Samons, Jennifer
WERE4 44- Stanley Patricia Parade, Jimmy
Mrs HUlard B. Broughtoa
BEDSPREAD ASST. -ROLLS TISSUE! MCLNOR SPRINKLER Quiette, Carlo Haley and Matthew
Western front, 4 pockets. sip
lIE GULAII WAS DISC pered Wy front boys a-IS Watson. *s&
9
.8 8 1.27 PRICE 8 .99 Mrs. HUlard B. Broughton 88. of Father Patrick Foley led the pit-

and Colonial dmgns. Facial quality la.tur.. 500 1-ply Dial-a- poly/cotton 'in alit, adds sh..... a..y-I. design water from 6'0 65Ribcord '. St. Vincents Hospital after an extended : companied by altar boys, Doug

.1 Ii' ........ illness. Samona, Timmy Gonzalez and Mat
VALUE PLUSI : DENIM: Born In Alachua Gonzalet. Donna Samons who
......... County, Mrs. .
MINI- VINYL AMMATTRESS. 'w Broughton lived most of her life in assisted in instructing the communicants -
HAMMOCK. r LADIES' KNIT TOTS Alachua and Bradford counties. She joined them in the procession.
% NYLON 27172" IN NO-OTON BLENDS S
100 retired from Sunland Training Center
and was a member of the Assembly of Mrs. Barbara Anderson led :Uie
4.88 1.44 j := 2 $3 God Church in Gainesville. 'singing with Mrs. Antoinette i COBS at

DI C."PRICE WERE Survivors Include three the organ, accompanied: by guitarists
... : daughters
SolId COIorW '" -
softly rounded neckline S.M.... Mrs. Ruby Maye Strickland Starke, Mary Denise Stanley Mike: Brunetti;ajsd'
Aston. >
Mrs. Mildred L. Graham of Lake
+.I SUPER BUY VALVE PLUSI BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE DENIM SHORTS Butler, and Mrs. Margaret Mi Ernest Becky.nd Tony Anderson were lectors
ALL TIM. FAVORITE of Miami four at the Mass.
KNIT SHIRTS ; 101III, Arthur E.

GLOVES GARDEN FABRIC SURF RIDER, 9t4. WERe. 4 44 Broughton of Graham WUlia C. served John as Samons ushers. and Jack Stanley
.. Broughton of Starts Carl Brooghton
FOR WOMEN WITH ROTE .
Following Mass the communicants
,Pn.elbl.wl ..1th. cucoII of Graham and Ernest Broughton of
Pory/codon knit anlrts : etYIIna.
arc their families and friends
1.r.4.r; 6.0 .. .. .. Jacksonville 21 and were served
ee.y..Iu,kreoulars S-1S. t lppr front. a podte a 1ii ; grandchildren 40
areat JP'8ndcb1.1dren. refreshments in the parish ball.
DISC pact
DISC. PRICe
ii Funeral services were held Mon The hall,was decorated with a wall
TN II day. UM Chapel of Archer- hanging! Inscribed ,with the comi i
z5tAOU Jg t May1uneral Home of Stark with rnUl cants names also fresh flower

flOZ. SAVfUOH! Rev. John Wagner officiating. Burial arrangements andpaper streamers. <
COLGATE TOOTHPASTE o followed in Mt. Sinai Cemetery near Donna Samons had charge of
Graham under the direction of decoration and was assisted. in serving
EGRANULAR .
WAS119---Tube( Archer-Tanner Funeral Hgme.Jlf..V1 by her mother Mrs. Anne
t SAVE! U% + Samons, Mm. Mary fussy and Mrs.
FV1 ::WX,. >>1>':{::j f. Claire Brunetti.Aaulvenary.
.j I ; ::: WHITS RAIN HAM ; JII Celebration

<, i SPRAY Hold Cerd Of TkeaksWe Mr. and Mrs. Jack Anderson '
tutra
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'S. ! i 0<; :=:;I WAS HM 97 oL ASST. SWIM AIDS MEN'S/BOYS' Jo0 S MEN'S OARAOSI OXFORD HEMS NAVY OXFORDS 'ebOO OQ-.. !.. M _I'_ ..._......"-.-.-..-.-.. Wedding Anniversary' Monday even-
f IAYIE41% Ing. Father Foley officiated at the
a OILOfIOUYIOZ. r rIIIC8 D\aC. 970 7 94 r..Ic 16.84 the family of Robert O.Anton Mass when Barbara and Jack renew-
PffiCI .
LOT ION wish to express our heartfelt thanks ed their wedding vows.Present at thecerwm.ony
"AUTY .
'" _...... Mmdlpa.2d beech Blue nylon upper w/tumedup Brown 1IWf\ waddold. eoIkIr, Rich kMfc laager. vlM tongvweetlno and appreciation to each and were their'. children."An
3.59 '"" yes morel OegoM 1.47 toe......3-4;_'.,.* rtboedaoteemeri. *7-12. ......,men'......7-li. everyone
for their love
I 6'17 and kindness: shown bony Rebecca. Sheila and :tatqMIJ.yn. :-
, 'n't to us during Mr. Aston' death and Also present was Barbara'smother

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CHURCH morning,
ACTIVITIES church on Mother's the
Oar far oldest
Grace> United Meta dlsti Bible al\d l' Mn.and Mrs Tommy Clayton and 'Mr. and Mr*. Earl Denmark'and
School Study Course at the church PERSONyALgtlneEle Ieot. D ,.,.: son, of Jacksonville, treated their family, of Jacksonville, Mr. aad Mn.
every Wednesday night at g The mother Mrs. C.R. Crews to a LeanMil.. Owen Jackson
p.m. Wears
church has a nursery for prescboolc Cecil Hardee happy was to able report to return that Brother home patient for 10 days. We hope that be'Will .Roberta and other relatives for a few Mother's Day dinner at the Western and Amy. Mr. and Mn. Glen Marling I

during Worship Services May 4 from North Florida continue to tevprove. days. Steer Steak House In Starke. and family, Charles and Lane Carter,
Regional Dusty Roberts of Boca Rahnvisited Barbed Carradine returned home Mr.and Mrs. Ode Mr.and
Corsages were awarded at the Wiggins of Miami were Mother's Day dtanergueata
Hospital,
Gainesville
he BA
where
was a his parents, Mr. and Mrs. frew Riverside
Hospital recently Mrs. Roger Edwards, Mr and Mrs. of their mother, Mrs. Lois
--- after having spent 10 days there after Donald WlUrison. Jr.. and son of Carter
surgery and is getting along nicely. Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mr. and Mn. Allen Brown and
Wheel Horse Our prayers are with him. Wilkison. Sr., Mrs. Gloria Rowe and family of Jacksonville were Mother's
Rev and Mrs. David Brown visited daughters, Mrs. Sberrt Griffis and Day dinner guests of their mother
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Foster children of Starke, were Mother's Mn. WUma l f i WnIght. They also
Brown of Todd, N.C. and other Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. attended services with her.
relatives Sunday until Wednesday. B.L. Wilkison. Sr. Mn. James Doughtery of Englandand
g&zze '. !tl. Mr and Mrs. Jack Crews spent last Mrs. Donald WUkison, Jr. and Mrs. Mrs. Jackquellne Lines, of
.t \ weekend sightseeing at St. Augustine Daniel WUkison and daughter, Dana, Sumter S.C. called their parents
.: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roberta, Mr. of Jacksonville attended the Mother Col. and Mrs.'J Wm. Wilson on
and Mrs Randy Roberts and Daughter Banquet at the Steak House Mother's Day to wish them a Happy
;.. daughter, and Dusty Roberta of Boca In Starke with their mother-in-law, Mother's Day.
Raton went camping on > Mrs. Donald Wilkison. Sr. This Ban- Mr. and Mrs. Janus Starling are
,;",, \.i Lake over the weekend.They enjoyed quet was sponsored by Calvary Baptist the proud parents of a daughter,Lori*
$200 a cookout while there. Church,also of Starke. Ann. born Mother's Day May 11. at
Mr. and Mrs. James Anders of Mrs. Pierce Crews visited her St Vincent's Hospital. Grandparents
Saveupto Palatka visited their mother, Mrs. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and are Mr.and Mn. Vernon Starting and
O.J. Anders: on Saturday and she went Mrs. Waldo Prlngle. at Worthington Mrs. Holmes of Starke.
home with them and staved until Springs on Saturday.Mr. Mn. Wendie Smyth and daughter
when Monday. and Mrs. Mike Dobbs of State Elisabeth, of Jacksonville spent the
: you buy Mrs. Virgil Gnus and Mn. Malnes Farm visited their grandparents Mr. weekend with her parents Col. and
Griffis and children of Palatka. were and Mrs. Mlle Dobbs on Sunday Mn. Wm. Wilson.
Mother's Day dinner guests of their afternoon. Deepest sympathy of the community
mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson,sister Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkison Jr., Is extended to the family of Mrs
anew Mrs. Daisy Boch, and niece, Miss and son of Jacksonville,spent Sunday Opal Lewis and Mn and Mrs Jesse
Lynn Whaley. with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barbour. due to the death of Mn.Lewia' .
Durwin Hinson and Keith Mulling Donald WUJ aon, Sn Their grandson, brother-in-law, Mr. Roy Cum-
t Wheel Horse. ,of Wilmington, N.C., were weekend Robby, will spend all next week with mlngs of Wilmington N.C.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal. his grandparents.Mr. Mrs Robert Lee visited her father
They attended the Jr-Sr Prom with Nolan Dobbs and Mrs. Edna Mr. G.L. Peterson at the CathedraHealth 1
The deals are sizzling at your Wheel Horse Dealer this Miss Leonette Dyal and Miss Settle Cason of Glen St. Mary visited her and Rehabilitation Center

,'" spring. We've a full line of Wheel Horse riding mowers and Herndon. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Jacksonville, on Saturday.Mr. .
lawn and garden tractors to show you. Here are a few of our Friends of Stacle Gnann regret to Mrs. Arne Dobbs on Thursday. and Mn. Barry Watts spent
that she fell and broke her Jimmy Moore and Miss Debt Crewsof
report with their
arm Saturday and Sunday
: Spring Sizzler deals. But hurry, offer ends June 3, 1979. Choose now while our selection is complete. while she was visiting her grandmother Jacksonville, Mrs. Gayle Todor brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and ,

S Mrs. E.W. Hodges of Brad and Scott and Mr. Todd. or Mrs. G.C. Stanley of Crescent City \
:t! WHEEL HORSE Brooker. She had to spend Sunday Orange Park Mr. and Mrs. Mickey and Mn. Beasle Watts at the mining
night in Baptist Hospital Jackson: Moore met their mother, Mrs. Fred home there.
;{;, l&wxi&garden,tractors ville. Moore and attended services with her Manuel and Karen Martina an-

w Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbotham, at First Baptist Church In Starke. nounce the birth of
of Maxville Mr. and Mrs. George They took her to lunch at the Western Eugenia, May 12 at the CopperHospital :
Shuford and daughter Esther Dan- Steer Steak House In Starke. Mr. and in fishes Arizona. Grandparents
J9 nie Shuford and his fiance Miss Jane Mrs. Danny Thompson Kevin and are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee
; Mercer, were Mother's Day dinner Bryan, of Jacksonville came in. the Lawtey and Mn. Sallie Martinez 4
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford afternoon. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
.". ., and daughters Mr. Casey Dobbs of Jacksonville Friends of Mn. Truby Walnwrlght I
I<'jI' Friends of Leo Dyal regret to learn and his parental Mr. and Mrs. Arlie regret to learn that she tea patient in
that he is a patient in Bradford Coun- Dobbs neu visitors in Lake North Florida Hospital. Our
.',r) ty Hospital since last Friday. Ourprayers Butler on Saturday.Mr. prayers are Regional.
; : are with him. and Mrs. James Bowman were
yr/F ., Mrs. George Kelly returned home Mother's Day dinner guests of their
Friday from St. Vincent's Hospital. mother, Mrs. R.W. Bowman of LAWTEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
She is improving some. Jacksonville.They had a get together MENU
,. 8 or 11 HP Lawn Tractorl.Synchro I to 14 HP Garden Itscton. '.'u Henry Hodges and sons attendedthe and refreshments with their parents, MayZlMaytS.lt7Moaday.

,., r: .balanced Buoys dud Slratiori engines For small and medium size lawns and gardens Stock Car Races at the Lake City Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Altwater during May 111 Corn dog,
;;.r; Electric Start All gear transanle Best lawn Kohler cast iron engines 8-speed"nl.drlvlrans- Speedway on Saturday night. the afternoon.On mustard, ketchup, cole slaw, potato
care value tor your money axle,automatic available on 12 and 14 HP models 'AMSI Don Brown of Sipnor, Sicily Mother's Mn. Purvis rounds, ,banana pudding, milk.
,.. of mowers and attachments will arrive Sunday night and will Brown Day Tuesday May 22t Turkey wince,
enjoyed gifts and visits from
: : : spend some time with his family here. friends and relatives. those green lima beans fruit Jello, biscuits
SAVES 00W."SA Mrs. Hermie Kelly spent last Friday visiting her were: Phyllis Among Brown of butter mWt.Weclaes4ay..
with Mrs.Jack Estes in Jacksonville Rafford Baldree May zJi Pizza tossed
of
Waldo
; Evelyn ; salad French fries bread, butter
at St. Vincent's.Mr. Mr. and Mil Bill Wise of Hampton; : ,
and Mrs visited milk.
Hermie Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Wise of
Mr. Leo Dyal In Bradford County Lake Thursday May 24: Beefaronl
'' Hospital on Sunday afternoon Craig Kingsley, Kevin and; Chris Donny Wise, Margaret,Mr.and, mashed potatoes green beans
3 ROSIERSNURSERY David of la biscuit butter, milk.
McCulley Virginia spending Mrs. Ralph Wise, Mr. and Mn. Mitchell peaches
time with his lit (Field Day-Picnic
some parents, Mr. Brown Larry Lisa and Friday. May
and Mrs. Ben McCulley. Lunch) Spiced ham sandwich,peanut
Michelle Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Paul
I :' Mr. and Mrs. David Kelly and son, butter and Jelly sandwich, potato
and
,>1 301 S. 'Walnut Starke, Fla. 964-6214 Justin, of Jacksonville visited their Jimmy Norman and Kenney Paula Brown Davy, aU June of i chips, banana raisins, milk.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell Lawtey.
and'Mr. and Mrs.. George. Kelly on

i:;; Mother's Mr.and Day.Mrs.Vaughan Prescott and '
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f nLA.W N MOW.ER; SE.RVICE e family of Kingsley Lake, Mr. and HKMPTON' REAA'NEWS ..,;
nitxl rues ol o Mrs. John Norman Mr. and Mrs. 1t1
Frederick Prescott and Mr. and Mrs. by Dolores Meng
,
: Why Not Tune Up Your Mower For Summer Today Mother's Floyd Norman Day dinner of Highland guests of, were their Phone 4C8-1'1S

'. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nor Senior Citizens Bauldree who turned 12 that day.
The Hampton Senior Citizens will Roger Green celebrated his llth birthday '
--Ie Parts in Stock For man.Mrs.. Joyce Futch of Blackshear. hold a regular meeting on FrIday on May M.
.; Ga., ,was a Tuesday dinner guest of May 18, In the city hall at 2 p.m. All i Moved
c'e Mrs. Carl Prevatt and Mrs. Evelyn are welcome! Students and teachers said Goodbye
Norman. 4-"Club last week to Gina and Danny
Most Mowers Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Thompson and The Hampton 4-H Club held their Ralmondo who moved back: to New
: son of Starke visited their mother May 7 meeting at the home of Mr,and York. We were also sad to see Becky: ,
Mrs. Daisy Thompson on Sunday Mrs. Harold Waters. Timmy and Eric Nugent leave when
Proper procedure of keeping! record they moved to Starke.
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.. boob was discussed.: A demonstration -
was given on baking biscuits LUNCH MENU.
which were enjoyed along with the May Z..U
:.:: YOU ARE SOMEBODY refreshments served by Darla Monday. May 21: Cheeseburger on
Roberts. Twelve members and bun, lettuce tomato, pickle.: French
.t. ,'. ..,.. leader, Mil Harold Waters,attendedthis fries, applesauce cake w/frosUng,
.. ,Ii ( \ J .' Dean's List Tuesday May 22: Chicken wince
I <<
: ., Steven Earnest earned a 4.0 grade green beans carrot sticks, peanulbutter
: } AT EVERYBODY'S ''' average In his recent term at Santa 1/2 orange" biscuit milk.
:.;;, '. Fe Junior College in Gainesville. Wednesday 23: Vegetable '
"
.:' ) Steven is presently working custodian cheese tossed
at Hampton Elementary School salad brownie milk
Jello, I
'
,' ,(. SS'.wThat's : : "' and plans to enroll at Santa Fe for the Thursday May 24: Pizza, buttered
\; ; t0 Fall Term. Keep up the.good work corn, fruit cup cinnamon: roll milk. n
: ,,, Steve! Friday May 25: Corn dog cote i
'
'' I' 'j'jv. Bookmobile files coffeecake
//1' alaw. French peach half
..... ,- ., The Bradford County Bookmobilevisits milk. ,\ I II
:,' Ban. : ; ttt.. ''l the Hampton Post Office parking

:. ,f' \' ; > lot every Tuesday from 12:30: until I
;, : tip ';. 2:30 p.m. BCT Stokley-Green wedding :
.. it/" Everyone Is encouraged to brume social I IMrI.
.; I and check out the books of their i
I
f choice! Marty Bales Green of Mao
Hampton Lake deny announce the marriage her t
i Among those from this area atten- daughter, Donna to Robert G. i iStokley
::; Why We Open AtSaturday ding the Wedding Reception for Mr. r. Rev. Will Wright per- {
and: Mn. Tom Gumber held at the formed the double ring ceremony on I
home of Mr. and Mn. Charles May S at the historic Grace United <
Bauldree Friday evening were Mr. Methodist Church in Lawtey. f I
and Mn.Eugene Meng. Mr.and Mn. Robert is the son of Mrs. Edna
Paul Meng and Mr.and Mrs.Francis Stokley and Robert C.Stokley Sr.,of '; ,

M. Morning Meng.Mn. Russell Gilbert and daughter. Philadelphia Donna la the. daughter 01.Mrs.. ': I I

9 A .. t .' Karen and her guest Miss Anita Green and Arthur L.Green Albany.. 'I

I Biladeau of Manchester, N.H., spent Ga., The grandparents Mrs. L, !
Friday. at the Francis Meng home. Joseph F. Dorko of eyared Mr. F ,
\ Celebrating Mother's Day at the and Mn.W.H. Green of Lawte) I I I
Will Wright home on Atlantic Beach A reception was held at the Dorko F :
were Mr. and Mn. Eugene Meng and home on Rd.225, Lawtey,with mixed ,
Angela) Mr. and tin. Francis Meng spring bouquet placed at vantage I
Just For You" Chris Tommy and Kevin also Rita points throughout the home. The I
Meng of Gainesville and Gerald 'bride's,table was covered with an Imported '
Brown. white linen cloth and centered
with roses held in an antique silver
Hampton Elementary News bowL The centerpiece was flanked by ,. I
silver candelabra with white tapers
:. Class Trip Other refreshment table were la the
.... Mn. Ernestine Denmark. and Mn." gardes and on the patio.The <;" .
Carole Stevenson accompanied their bride and groom cut the wedding
.t: S __Lt'tMMi. :i'- Current J" Rate" On sixth and seventh grade students on cake before leaving sq a short >' ..:,, ,

:"* '.i: / Woo: Tu a:,Thwr.*:: 8 A.M. : :2 P.M.. Mon. Toes. Wed. Thus, Friday to the Jacksonville Children's trip to Disney..World, 'v. ',;f;;) ,:'' r, ':,;'I;
In the
'I MarketCertificate Museum and Planetarium. '
.; '.f I : ': w.d.9>. ,To 12 Noon 7A.MTo3:30PM. Money. Planetarium their guide fascinated ,
." '..,; r;; \Friday 9 A.MaP.M. A P."L:'To 6 P.M. Friday 7 A.M. To 8. P.M.. them with his explanation of the constellations 'B.U'Volunte r ". .,: h' II;i
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..: V' .'' 'Saturday 912 A.M. '. light yean and other Interesting }
.
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r'em&rU.Tbey .Meeting : r ; enjoyed a picnic: lunch at the t

': ": l'r;: : : ,.,:t'. ::), COMMUNITY STATE BANKC ,9.459 % park broke on down the at grounds.Highland Since they their bad but to Orgaabatian The Bradford-Union meotimf win.Volunteer be bald In'f.f.' II''

'}'''o,''i.'i > "J! Ma/17 Thru call for a substitute bus and made the the 4-H office at the flrsdfonlCewty '
"': > /',> r __---L :. I" May 23.1970 trip OK Mn.Joyce Collins was their Agriculture BuUdW n UWM Nr ;,':. '

.... 4 fCT" "Ca.It.IC..e-.. I'' ', *r capable, cheerful driver, May 21 at 11 mwo tartinc.* \ ;:, .". ,," ,
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S : '. Mrs. Lavon For further' information contact: I'r1 "'
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.fIll" '"'' student \
the
I music instructor: on Lowell Parrtsn,M4C3M.The I '
.::, ',. .t'\ *, ,' .. -- ,New Fashioned Banking With ," Thursday.! )' lO,' to singing Happy, .. I i 'ifr ,(
964-7830' Birthday HArold Mitchell who was ... :,, : .
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Cindy Canova Honored ot Parties''' ,

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Miss Canova was honored at a"coffee" The hostesses pt ftfjktd the t.a"A y'CI
Wednesday, Maya from 10 honoree with a dinner JEte. of her
a.Jft! ten.13 noon at tee home of Mrs. chosen China pattern**a memento of : flJodat f ; ::

Pawl Ob-hostesses Bridget. were Mra. girl Sour the occasion. : eJJ'W : :

lug Mn. Kenneth Grider Mn. C.fL .
Masworthy' Mn. Maurice: Wingate, Lynn Moxley and Lynn Pte"M gavea May ti. tats Page 1B 964.7608
Mrs. Maxie Carter, Jr., Mn. Edna: kitchen shower Monday..... May
Hart and M.... W.B. MMndy 7 at the home of the tatter tor Miss .
Mrs. Bridges received the guests at Canova.
the door and presented/ them to the The refreshment table.. covered Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland
receiving line composed of Miss with a white linen lace trimmed cloth
Canova, her mother, Mn. George and centered with an arrangements
Canova and mother f'the prospective spring flowen. Celebrate 59th Anniversary, May 6
groom, M.... D.F. McRae. Corsages The hostesses presented the ,' -V4
were presented to those In the honoree with toaster.a memento of Mr. and Mn. Ben C. Rowland'were :of St George Island; Mr. and BMrs.ICl.riee ,
reeelvlnilirie. the occasion. honored with a large family gathering 'SchoMler. Mn. Henry White and .
.. ,'. Mn.Win invited the guests into and dinner In celebration of their S9th ( 'Pogue ofNobles Branson; Mr. -r flk
\ the dining room where the refresh wedding anniversary on SundayMay ''\, and Mni Harris ,Mr.and 101....
ment table was covered with a white Miss Cindy William Canova whose mar* 8, at the home of Mr. and, Mn. .Sidney Padget and son, Danny M....
linen cloth with Inset of alencon lace riage to McRae was an event William E. Carter their son n4aw H... Sistrunk and daughter Karen
of May 12. was honored at a lingerie
over pink. The table was centered and daughter. Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Martin of
with an arrangement of pink and red shower Friday Mn.May 4, given by Ms. Lovely arrangements of spring Gainesville; Mr. and Mn. Ralph
Donald Thornton
cluster roses in a silver bowl. Mrs Cindy Rowell flowers decorated the tables where
Powers Mr. Frankie Powers of Lake
and Gloria Strickland .
Miss at the
J.W. Klncaid and Mn. Levy Canova, the guests were seated and throughout City. Also attending were Miss Shan ; k a"r
latter
home of the Lake.
on Kingsley
grandmother of the honoree presided fillies the home. The serving table was Edwards and Miss Monte Bitch who
at the punch bowl. Mn. W.B. Mundy Arrangements of day In were covered with a sheer lace cloth and assisted. Mn. Carter In serving, Mr. ,Fr R, ,y 1F
used to advantage highlighting
and Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy were In was centered with a Urge arrangemint and Mn. Russell E. Carter The
charge of the dining room. points of Interest in the party rooms. of carnations iris, stock: ,and Reverend and Mn. John M. Flynn
Games with prizes and refreshments ,
The party rooms were decoratedwith other spring flowen. and ,'
son John Jr. and David and F, 4,
the
were enjoyed during party
arrangements of snap dragons Guests from out-of-town lntludedMr. Steve Carter.
and rotes. houn. Rowland's' sister,Mn. Mattie Andrews Mr. 'and Mrs. Rowland were mar-
Mingling with the guests were Mrs. The hostesses presented the of Cedar Key101..... Rowland's ried In Bronson and have lived In r + j, 1, h9j ,4,4y
Searing, Mn. Hart, Mn. Carter and honoree with a personal gift aa a siter Mn. Monte Sangarea- Starke for the past 35 ears. M Y
of the occasion.
Mn. Grider. memento : Apalachicola; their daughter and son- have two claU&htert.lI'an4- 4
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FF and Mrs Owe Williamson of Hamp Jennifer Lester niece of the bride :
.ami Mn.Jr-C Re*...... ton, became the bride of D. Lee attended as flower girl in a gown
"f t,I Hardenbrook.: son of Mr. and Mn. identical to the attendants. She carried -'
Donald Har&nbrook of Starke on a basket trimmed with pink'!
Starke Woman's Club| BreakfastTo
ISO W. Call,, St. May Saturday April 21 at 2p.m. at the yellow and egg shell satin roses filled
First United Methodist Church with with yellow and white petals.
Gifts. & Starke Be Hefd May 19 Rev. George Harper performing the Tommy Len Jones,son of the bride

Hand Made'pottery 964-7792' The Starke Woman's Club annual '): :noon at the club house. Highlighting the altar were twoJane "was Given ring In bearer.marriage by Albert ...
J May Breakfast and Installation M of- Mn. Douglas Hardy Is general arrangements of pink gladiolus Crosby Jr. the bride wore floor

___.II........ _",_ Ii.. peers wW be Saturday May 19.at U. j' chairman Green and of Mn.the affair with Mrs. Lex and white and yellow mums. Two length beige satin gown with a
I Lloyd Jennings and large tapers on the altar were the only shadow design made with empire
committee in
I charge of decorations.Mn. candles: used. The family pews were waistline hand tucked bodice with
.Jean Hebellil district four director marked with white satin ribbons. lace yoke outlined in beige ruffled
.. j, of install the new officers. Jim
Mrs. IDes Green, organist and lace high'stand-up collar with lace
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,. People Hke J. Tbmlinsoa \! my Alvarez, soloist presented a program edged full hand tucked long sleeves
President of Florida Bank at f Reservations for club members of nuptial music. with wide cuffs tucked and fastened

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made by Tuesday,
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Maynaty clung ln..Douglaa: liar '"
: Mr. Hardenbrook'attended his ..' wor*..anatiqu beige tulle;floor.. ... ;"I
,: people,.at Florida Bank can do. dy.This Is of the club's as best man. Ushers were Joey Bak- length veil edged with lace a Kilt '
.." more for you than you events of one the year when outstanding past ken, Gerald Meng, Curtis Brooks from Mn. She wore diamond
Mark Hardenbrook; Gary WUliam- earrings, a gift of groom
F'LDRIDA might think. Little presidents Junior Club president and son.Nelson Green and Randy Martin. and carried a large nosegay<< of satin
:' ;11 i They're people who'll help you honored.Women's club president will be Mrs. Charlene B. Lester attended roses with satin streamers attached
home. Or put her sister as matron of honor. Brides- with a corsage,also of satin roses and i
Improve your you Hostesses serving with Mrs. Hardy
maids were Ms. Eollne Green Mrs. baby's breath. (
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ins oar will be Mrs. Lucille Spry, Mrs. Guy Mark Hardenbrook and Mrs, Myrtice A reception was held In the Starke
.' BANK People wholl set up a savings Andrews Mrs. Palmer Williams Green. They were attired alike In Woman' Club where Mr and Mn.
4'. ; 1 f plan Just for you.And help you Mrs,'Olin White Mn. Paul Bridges white eyelet gowns sprigged with pink Paul Faulkner greeted tiN! guests' at I
Mrs. C.H. Nasworthy, Mn. Wayne rose buds, featuring an empire waistline the door. Miss Linda Bakken kept the r.
:-,: :' '.. plan for retirement. Douglas Mrs. Gerald Norman. Mrs. full long skirt,. round scooped bride's book. [
: -.r; v.i People who'll give you a choice James Blacksbear, Mrs.John Smith, sleeves with lace A large arrangement of spring t
PEOPLE Mrs. Mn. D.W. Whlf-
IS Betty Young.
II of checking accounts.And take aecld1ne1rEted sash They wore Bowers was placed on the piano. II
feat Mrs. O.L. Beastey Mrs. J.W. '
o with yellow ribbon The bride' table was covered with
,:' '; an interest In your business.And Klncaid, Mrs. C.A. Knight, Mrs. J.C. streamers. They carried nosegays of a lace cloth and centered with a three-

,(( \'. '\. even guard your valuables. Hobos, Mn. Ewell Lawson Miss pink and yellow silk and satin roses tiered wedding cake decorated: in pink
And so much more you need to Delia Wilson.Rosenberg and Mn. Bill with baby: breath; and yellow and yellow. Flanking t the cake were
arrangements of pink and yellow
find out for Get to knowJ. r\
yourself, pompoms. Cutting the cake wre Mrs.
.E.Tomlinson and all the Florida Johnny Laydon and Mrs.J.C. Hobbs.
National people in town. ; The two punch tables were covered
; SHOES .
with lace cloths and centered with I
Get to know banks
tout punch bowls encircled with
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and pink and yellow pom
$1 000 poms. Pouring punch were Mrs.
Barney Thornton and Miss Monica

t- : .Palr' Green.Standlngln.
00 the receiving line were .
..,' I r 5 the bride and groom. Mn. Williamson '>
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;W ".. Mr. and Mn. Hardenbrook and
., ,. Pair the wedding party. ?'
Assisting were Ms. Nancy Gillette.:
Idcl! Bryan, Margie Beckham, Mrs:
j, 'k Florida sank Joey Bakken Mn.Doyle Crews,Mrs;
i Jack Eaves, Mrs. Delbert Casey and
Miss Diane Crews. w
at Siarke SHOES $ Passing out rice bags were Paul*.
Jefferson at Clark Street 904/96+7050 10 and Sonora Green. Passing out wedding -:
scrolls were Kim Casey and
Member FDIC gawiHomrnoL.nder4) 'Tammy Henley. .:i
;' V: 1979 noitda NatJonalBanU elf Florida Inc. 1 'SHOES $5500 Following a wedding trip to South
I Florida and Disney World the couple

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their home la finished .
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i President Of Homemakers Club The Kingsley Lake Property ner at 7 p.m.
Owners Association will have a
I covered dish supper Saturday at the The members of KLPOA and
Arthurine Blanchard
Miss was installed Lake.
Ktagsley Kingsley Lake Civic Center : residents of KingsJey Lake invited .
are
of the Bradford
president !
Mrs. Mary Yearta. Home Fellowship starts at 6 pun,and din- toatte d. .
County Homemaker's dub at the Economist installed the following officers --i
meeting held Thursday. May 10 at the to serve with Miss Blanchard:
home of Mrs. John Greene at vice-presldent. Mattie Miley;
. '. 1< \ Sara Allen, Lane Tenly. parliamentarian Lola
Johnson.
Carl Bedford After the installation and short Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. McRae The guests included the wedding
1 i i business meeting a tasty covered dish entertained with a dinner party Friday party,immediate families and outoftown -
May 11, at the friends and relatives.
Starke
luncheon was enjoyed on the patio of GoU and
j To Wed May 20 the Greene home. Country Club for their son. BW and
Club workshops are temporarily his fiancee. Cindy Canova following During the evenings activities BiD
{ Mr.and Mrs. Paul Cooksey Allen of delayed the couples wedding rehearsaL and Cindy presented their aUendenta
Lake Alto announce the approaching The party tables. were.decorated with personal gifts and then many
i marriage of their daughter.Sara Alta with candles large arrangements of guests responded with a number of r /'
Allen, to Carl Lobe Bedtcrd son of multi-colored snapdragons,roses and short amusing poems, toasting the
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Martin of spring! greenery.Mr. couples health and happiness.
Starke. BRADFORD SQUARE FLORIST .. .
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The garden wedding wtO take place ---
Sunday.May 20 at 2 p.m.at the home DESIGNS BYPROFESSIONALS
of the bride's parents on Lake Alto and Mrs. J. W. Hitch had a birthday The Norman. Sapp and Pad ett
with a reception following at the Allen dinner Sunday for their grandson. families had a family. get-together: w
H'ft I homey Tom Johns of Macclenny on his Sunday. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wa
l All friends and relatives are invited 964-7954 16th birthday, Nine guests enjoyedthe Rudolph Sapp on SR-229 with approximately .
to attend. occasion. 23 attending. ; t

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_____ The Clay County Shrine Club in bon with coral baby's breath in their
Green Cove Springs was the settingfor
the April 21 candlelight wedding of hair.Kim Price,Sandra Rowan niece of
Gina Ruth Baker and Richard A.Ben- the groom and Sherry Brown were
flower girls. They wore printed white
make a newSummer nett.Parents of the couple are Mr. and with tiny coral roses and
Mrs. James J. Baker, ,Green Cove germs breath in their hair.They car
Springs and Mr.and Mrs. Lewis Bennett ried nosegays of coral roses and coral
of Starke. baby's breath.
look The bride given in marriage by her
father wore a white polyester chiffon Kevin Price was ring bearer.
and chantilly lace gown featuring a Denton DeVoe was best man.
Queen Anne neck line with a lace cap Groomsmen were Scotty Rhoden,,
with these ITK7SI wanted fatHicssave fitted sleeve from shoulder to elbow Leroy Ennis and Billy Griffis.
: attached to a modified bishop sleeve. Debbie Knight, soloist and Susan
The skirt had a wide band of lace Floyd, pianist presented a programof
around the hem including the chapel nuptial music.
length train. The finger tip veil also Tracy Rowan niece of the groom,"
had a wide band of matching lace and registered the guests. Her gown mat-
17% PolyesterDoubleknits was attached to a lace camelot cap. ched the flower girls.
She carried a stunning composite bouquet Immediately following the wedding
of Sonia roses white daisies and was a reception and dance.
Coupe De Ville gypsophilia accessorized with open The bridegroom's parents hosted a
miniature pearl hearts, featuring a rehearsal dinner at the club.
trailing cascade accented with lace The bride graduated from Clay
Print Coordinates i and satin ribbon streamers. High School.Green Cove Springs and
Choose your favorites from this collosal Jaime Baker was her sisters maidof the School of Cosmetology and is
collection of 100% Polyester Doubleknits. honor. Bridesmaids were Darlene employed at Bernieces Beauty Salon.
58/60" wide. One of the most durable and Baker, sister of the bride, Harriet;, .Mr. Bennett Is a graduate of Bradford -
You'll have charming pants suits and tops attractive fabrics to sew. Make and addition Rowan sister of the groom and Vicki High School .and-The.: : Police-
when you make them in the coordinating ./t ". or two for your wardrobe. today) Beat They wore gowns of coral qiana Academy and is employed as a law officer .;
prints of 100% Dacron Polyester 60/62"- and carried coral long stemmed roses in Starke.
wide. It's permanent press and ready to wear accented with mint green net and rib- The couple is residing in Starke.

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Your best buy is atTGaY! Prices Good May19 w birthdays celebrated on their Tuesday sixth April and 24.seventh

n The Mickey Mouse theme was carried
out by their mother. Janet Nor-
man and aunt June Brown at a party
given at the home of their grand-
mother, Mrs.Purvis Brown.
fl 25 friends attended from the boy'sclasses
sa"e t h' and their teachers,Mrs.Alice
Anderson. Mrs. Joyce and Sheila
t Starling.
5010 Games were played and a prize
awarded to Jim Johnson after which
LrT cake and ice cream were served.

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Angello SapP,
Dinner RecentlyGary
Checks Donald DickeyTo
Bement former pastor of
'1o Bayless Highway Baptist Church and
Check out the Gingham Checks on this Wed July 17 family were given a surprise
perfect-for-Summer 65% Celanese Fortrel fellowship dinner last Saturday by
Polyester and 35% Cotton material. It has an Mr. and Mrs. Dempsey Robert members of the church the home of
ever-popular look and a lovely Woven touch. Sapp of Gainesville announce the Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Norman of
I 44/45" wide. engagement of their daughter. Starke.
AngeOa,to Donald Bruce Dickey,son Forty one guests attended and
of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Adair special music was provided by Andy
Dickey of Boulder Colo. and Randy Crews and Chuck and
IOu Sapp graduated from the Chub Johnson.
1.27 Gainesville High School and attended .
Reg. the
University of Florida.
Sheer Knit 1.49 Yd. a graduate of Mr. and Mrs. Don Joiner of Port c
Gainesville: School and the Charlotte spent the first of the week
b University of Florida. with Mrs-L.D. Vining.MoreSocials.
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01 es la 888 o4eioATveiiaufiv Prom for Bradford High School at the Cooper, Cindy Normant Joy Bell, nl
MoaeitT o SH* oss FULTON as-1 1 f P o Gainesville Women's Club Friday Chuck Johnson, Doug York, John ::11
COTS 70 S 72 ON PINe ON C8-VSTM. idle K .tSIT.S '
.a.... .... ....a ..... 83: ..3: evening, May 11. Powell. Cecil Prenton and Tommy I.
--- *..,.--i .-.. i i.mmmm -i Theme chosen for this annual event Powell
01 a* 22 S344 ..,.-0. was "Fantasy Island-Where DreamsAll
IDLING KATMCNINK e 4a DON ANTONIO WAY "
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Tomlinson guests
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-- .,'1 ,. Fantasy Island as they arrived and Wls. announce the birth of a son
o* 22 ..I9 -OOeoO o seoeSS'&J'oJ r Invited them to travel to Rome with Richard Ryan, born April 21.

CON NOCRAY AT ? ",/* OP ...,.? g! ?S5o2,,. TO P0N aio' 1U huge white columns and peaceful Baby Richard joins two sisters
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SELDEN" ANN 26.7 Pw ..," WAY Lawtey announce the engagement Keystone Heights announce the birthof
LOT I2 CF SMCKII5, 5/0 and approaching marriage of their and tropical flowers surrounding the a son, Leon Dale born April 17 In
5137.53 $4.13 .7.0. S5.95 .54.69 daughter Cheri to Kenneth Greg restful seashore background. Alachua General Hospital.

7;;22--t-:I-A-01100 -------------- ;; : 3' Morgan son of Mr. and Mrs. ClaudeA. Guests danced to the Top 40 musicof Maternal grandparents are Mr. and

"'YAM EO.A.D: E r. ELIZ AT 2 60X 112 Morgan of Starke. the Vigilante Band. Special guestsfor Mrs. Herb Nelson of Keystone
LOT 18 01' SNOKEAISE S'O Miss Shuford and Mr. Morgan are the evening were Coach and Mrs. Heights. Great grandparents are Mr.
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OWEN 119 IOICKLINC ST graduated in 1973. Mr. Morgan .Is and Mr. Greg Alvarez. Chaperoneswere -
20TH INT IN TRACT E IN BCOPORO OAKS .'--
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DISC: OA.11..00-3.3... .3..5 15.91 61.40.$31.60: The wedding will be an event of ing Mr. and Mrs. Mike White, Mr. old 1j.J< ... Patrick! McKay
------'-------------------0615-04-- June 1 at 7:30 p.m. at Northside Baptist and Mrs. Max Norton, Mrs. Jan Cor- Joy Andrews

i32i 5510-00100 Church.All bett, Miss Vickie Anderson Miss

FLAKES COM AT I'I NT C.OF ELY A/. SO 92IA ft 2,3 SLY 81LLS P/W OF D.LAKE SHOAl DR.. friends and relatives are Invitedto Ellen Armentrout and Ms. Gladys Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and Mr. and Joy Louise Andrews ,

ELY ON SLY N/W I29* .3 ..6..0R POO.*4ft.03'20-f 1..3'.523 attend. Thomas. Mrs. T. C. Chastain spent Mother's
06' 0-E 121.0 LAKC.SHLV ON LAKE IOS'.h33..I' 10..1'N3S Day with their son and daughter, Mr Patrick S. McKay
S6> 20"W 10'.h'6.3.'W"E .7'.N 94E 62.1*TO POe.EK A 10* :
Sloe and Mrs. T. C. Chastain III. and
STRIP ON NE
246.04. .!.!. BI2.67 VII.79 6211.en 12 9S 22 8230-C-OOV09 0771-04 daughter Erika in Gainesville. Engagement ToldMr.
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GEE MAMVAfcN U 624
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13 !SS' 22 93IO-OOSOO 0675-06 LOT 9 UNIT 7 SCMINCLE RIDGE
RIGHT FHEOCIE E C MARLEEN H S.0..71 .S3.I 3.40 S9.9S .....2. Mrs. Douglas Hardy spent Sunday and Mrs. James Levon Andrews
COM AT INT OF S LIKE OF LAKE SH.OB 4F A'. OF SP S-2IA.SLV ONE ----------------------------------- with her son and daughter-in-law Mr. of Starke announce the engagement -
.. ... .
.535.eIIO'.s
R/W301.211SSI.O14A.2s1FOR .oe. 4C.33 *EL V&6.4
12 22 0772-04
95 6230-G-02000
and Mrs. Franklin Rltch In and approaching marriage of
TO POd
3'E.o..7'ro LAKE.SBLV ON LAKE .N.S..las."o: PCNNVPACKER W f ef"L 311 S SCMCffAM 1104
OR IZ.-. 'I 4 LOT 20 UNIT 7 SEMI SOLE RIDGE Gainesville.Mr. their daughter Joy Louise to Patrick
127.12 .3... 6.fi9 SI0.3O l47.7d$ 123.91 83.72 $6.38! S.9S I39.4A Shawn McKay son of Mr and Mrs.
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13 !es 22 'eIG O676-04 12 9S 22 4230-00102 0772-04 and Mrs. Ardel Brannen Gene F. McKay of Independence Mo.
CRAWFORD L J C HILOPEO C PT I KATIE f CERCLO 6 JOAN P 0 BOX 241 IOn. Joshua of Jacksonville spent the Miss Andrews Is a 1974 graduate of
LOT 2 OF ELK B-MT PLEASANT S/O EX W 90* aec 2ssi.es' N OF se CORN 200 w 200* s 200* e! 200 TO elG I weekend with his parents Mr. and Bradford High School; graduatedfrom
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OH IO8-2S7 OP 109-13 Of 126-437 Mrs. Raleigh Brannen at Bedford Dental Assistant School
5211.36$6.14 $I3.98: 7.49 .3 '.90 4O0.04 I2.0O S2O.80 7.4O S440.04
----------------------------------------------------------- Lake and celebrated Raleigh's birth- Jacksonville and Truman Medical
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13 85 22 3931-OOICO O677-09 12 95 22 6230-00104 1.2ft 0712-" day on Sunday. Center East Nursing School in
GOROAN HUBERT K 3830 LAURIE ST ARWOOO ALICE C ATCKS LEWIS 1830 W MAOISOK ST
Mo. and is L.P.N. at
LOT 6 OF BLK O NT PLEASANT0 COM se COP sec N 6. e asz.es e 9.7.86' TO ncv A'. 50-21 N Independence a
282.41 *...7 I4.94 $3.93 $311.3? Ills 3I67.B2 DOS CCNT N 11.5 203.1 5 231.24 5 :3J. Wle9.3> Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hardy spent the Independence Health Care Center.
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s A3 e! 37..29'Poe weekend with their son-in-law Mr. McKay graduated from Fre-
13 !IS 22 99SI-004CO .98 068O-03 $249.98 C7.3S I2.67 ....5 S274.Ba
Mr. and Mrs. David School
GRUCNEB GEORGE H 9347 S KEMBAHK AVE daughter; mont Union High Sunnyvale
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PARCEL 0 OF ADAMS PEPLAT OF I-C t 2-C OF MT PLEASANT OESCOR Mendenhall in Atlanta and attendedthe Cal.. Graceland College, Lamoni.

94-9 28.19 .... l.43 7.40 ..3'.8413 J.I. HE LIT TAX COLLECTOR dedication service of their grand Iowa where he received his 'B.A. in
Susan Mendenhallat Education. He is
------------------------------------------- ------------ daughter, Ashley Health and Physical
85 22 3628 C682-01 Decatur" First Baptist Church on employed with Schooleys Office Sup

PANNING TRACT B-CARL PC VOLLKOPF S/D P O BCK 723 BRADFORD COUNTY FLORIDA Sunday. Also attending were Mrs. F. plies in Kansas City Mo.

121.46 .3... (6.26 $5.95 I37.3I W. Mendenhall of Athens, Ga. and The wedding will take place June 15
----------------------------------------------- Miss June Hardy of Atlanta. They at Enoch Hill Reorganized Church of

22 STALLING 95 22 LCUIS 3678-OOICO 0 t LINCA W C6 )-I' were all Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Independence -

El/2 OF BLK 3 OF GOWT LOT OF LAKESIDE S/O LYING S OtSI MO and Mrs. David Mendenhall.Mr. Mo.PERSONALS".
5-21-B
IBS.03 *...S 7.99 S7.4O 175.09 .and Mrs. Rob Duffy of Jackson-
-------------- ------------------- ville visited her parents,Mr.and Mrs.B. "
23 85 22 3714 2O.OO 694-97
J. Eggers on Sunday.Mrs. .
LEwiS JOE EST X MARY A PCBINSON
El/2 OF MEI/4 OF S.l/4 tit iii lull t irl 871
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green of
622944$6.69 Sit.82 S5.95 8294.09 W. H. Thomson spent the
------------------"------------------------------------- weekend in Tallahassee with her Tallahassee and Mr. and Mrs Buzzy
24 as 22 5723 IO.OO O6 3-06
Green of Gainesville and families
WALKER ALFKEO R JB 12233: YELLOW BLUFF MON sons, Henry and Mr. and Mrs. Fred
200' OF .3'. OF NI/2 OF NCI/4 .'" i1a111aCvr. Thomson and attended the FSU cir were weekend guests of their mother
5347... I0.42 17.9O S5.95 341.74) cus. She also visited friends In Mon- Mrs. Lex Green and all were Sunday
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24 85.22 5949 0716-02 ticello on Monday. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis

KERRY He C C M PO BOX 46E Sanders.
LOTS 8 C 10 ELK 15 KCC UNIT 1S6.27 Mrs. A. B. Whitehead visited Mrs.
l69 2.9O 5.95 66.tfl : : 41L
Mrs. Ed Hudson returned to her
A. Whitehead in Lake Butler last
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24 8S- 22 3930 071603KERRY Thursday.Mrs. home in Blountsville, Ala. Monday

H C t C M i OP.tc O BCX 9et!... Jl* \ "SisiiifM m \ 't after two weeks VII!' with her qtverj: '
LOT 9 OF OLK 13 OF UNIT > K' '
ipnnl .Woods'Is visUing'Mr j : : Mrs. Nelson Green and< JYt .
OESC .OR 101 PS 55 4-l47. I3OOO ,- am /ffr.rr.-; f |
212.33 C6.37 SIO.94 7.40 .2.7.0. and Mrs Allen Woods in Lake Wales
------------------------"---------------------.------_------ and Mr. and Mrs. John Woods in Mr. and Mrs. John Flynn, Jr. and

24 wHETSEL 8S 22 INVESTMENT S979 co RT i BOX 5 0"-06 Lakeland this week daughter of Jacksonville spent the

LOT 2 OF BLK 17 IN K C E UNIT I 1 weekend with his parents. Rev. and
28.19 .... (. ..5 5.95 ..36.392. Mrs.Vickie King and family of Live Mrs. John Flynn Sr.
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8S 22 3969 5.00 O/I8-12 OSak were weekend guests of Mr. and
LIVEFT LIE 4249 MORE N A LANE Mrs. Nealy McConnell.Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mixon of
CON AT hW COP OP S>t/4 OP SI./. OF hEI/. RUN SLY 294.4 FT Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ed-
FOR POB. CONT SELV 339.6FT. CONT SELY 64.33 PT. N 994 PTS
.LV 510 FT TO POI Glen McClane of Tallahasseeand wards of Kingsley Lake and Mr. and
S2.T6 $1.98 2.72 8.89 C69.9I LONG-CHAMP Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClane of Mrs. Bob Edwards of Lake City were
---------------------------------------------------------- Mother's of Mr. and Mrs.
Jacksonville Beach were guests durIng Day guests

BYPB 25 0V CLYDE 22 6013 BOX 344 0722-09 the weekend of their parents Mr, Drew Reddish and Mrs. Mamie Lou

COM y T NU COP OF 311/4 OP Nwl/4 CP NHl/4 E 278.39 FOR POB.E -ii HOMES I and Mrs. Huston McClane. Edwards.
381<63..S33O.73>.W439.611.N249.11.501.E62'.I1.A6.E94.9' *TO POI
ft At SO CCM AT NE COR OP SI/2 OF Nw 1/4 OF NWI/4 S 59' W 144* Miller attended the Lt. Com. and Mrs. J. G. Sims of
Mrs.
U.S. 301 S. George
TO ppa W sot S 100 1501 N IOO TO BEG 964-6853 Starke, Fla.
(94.24 82.8J ....5 CI0.3O .,2.2a spring chorus concert at Bishop Ken- St.Marys, Ga. and Burge Searing of
__- -- ------------------------------- -- --' ny High School In Jacksonville last Jacksonville were weekend guests of

25226I4IYPG RALPH RT 2 BOX 486 4.OO O722-IO Thursday where her grandson Jim- their mother, Mrs. E. B. Searing.Mr. .

..../z OP SEI/4 OP HS"/. OP N.'/. EX PAR IN NE COP 79* N C 9 my Miller participated.
BY r7S E ft 5 and Mrs. J. S. Walker of Fort
; .19... 8.6O .. .02 .,..0 .28... -1 Lauderdale and daughter, Cindy of
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23 fs 22 6027' I.OO O724-O6 Chapel Hill N.C. were Monday.and
COP B J PT I BOX 466S POUR ON Tuesday visitors of their parents, Mr..
2 fa. 7S' OF W 191.29 OF E 400 OP SI/2 OP SE./. OF S."/. THE
OF .;.". and Mrs. J. H. Moncrief,
132.30 3.97 .6... .,..0 ...0...
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mathews and
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2! S 22 602 O724-O7 of Maitland Mr. and Mrs.
htLTON MILLIE C 4700 N 5 33RO TERR Lowe Mathews of Folkston and Mr.
N 121.21 OF E 400 OF SI/2 OP SEI/4 of S../. OP NX./.
:: 110.60 ..::12 8.99 89.99 8>7.42 SUMMER!] and Mrs. E. T. Breazeale of High Springs -
-__----------------------------------------------- were Sunday guests of Mr. and
36 is JACK 6034-00102 '..N. 0727-0. Mrs Garl Mathews.
FACAN w ft ANNf V RT 2 BOX 308
COM-AT N. COP OF taCI/4 OF SKI/4 S 367* E 21 IO TO E R/5 CD 21
E 1192 S 63* E 322 S 33* w 978 S 27* 5 128.7* S 06 E 348* 4 Sen.and Mrs. Charley Johns visited
S If. V 30* S 78. 6 1834 TO E A/. FOR POS N 78* E 113 TO their daughter and family Mr. and
WATERS EDGE OF LAKE GENEVA SLY ON LAKE .1' S 78M 179 TO K ti
R33F SR 21 NELV CN A'. 498* TO PO8 OR 101-10-13 .-' -72 '-.4 Mrs. James H. Cash in Orlando on
44O30 ON 11.19.73 22000 Sunday.
J2. 008.03 $60.24 8IO3.4I ..::1.20 .2. I84.9O f
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26 8S 22 6041 ...00 0728-01 Mrs. A. J. Barry was in Birmingham -
BARTON EVALIMA EST! a IRENE VILLIAMS Ala. Thursday to Monday
SI./Z OF NEI/4 OP "E"/. EX! I A IN N. CON ft I A IN SC CON visiting her son Drew and daughter
OF qWlOP "EI' Adrienne. Adrienne underwent leg
Z 269.32 $8.08 .13..? 87.4O 828.87
--- CENTRAL surgery for Injuries received in a

26 89 22 6043 O728-IO g (baseball accident
JOHNSON FVELYN PO BOX' |3I36BCC :'
*T SE COP OP 51"/. OP .... ./. NUN N 60*. 5 40' S 60* Mrs. John Greene and son Curtis
E 60j TO PCB II HEAT & AIR I visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
2 .*.26 i3: 8.22 '.'..0 ...a.ol26
L. in Waclssa over the
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85 22 6048-001 O729-02 Completely Installed weekend.
GOETXMAN PEARL ET AL DA (MAN E! A ,
COM AT hW COP RUN E 900 S 109 FOR Pal S 189* 5 TO LAKE Guy Sale returned last Friday after
N ON",LAK! IOC C TO PUB l $ eight days In North Florida Regional
,. 8320.27 9.6 116.49 87.40 .3S...? .690 2-TON Hospital where he had surgery.

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SYSTEMPlus :" -i Mrs. Gladys Weldon attended the
25 !8$ 22 6203-B-0030O O749-03
ROY LANSING J ft JOAMN R RT 2 BOX 480-A4 ( elec. work funeral of her brother. W. W.Shaffer
LOT '3 GENEVA CREEK any necessary ) In Mt Dora Wednesday, May 9. She
f 90S.7C 827.17 ........,, ...9S .*..5.sa3. WE SERVICE ALL '"I'< pent the weekend with her son and
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S 6207-00100 0753-0 family Mr. and Mrs W. A. WeldorfrBushnell.

HOOCI VIRGINIA a CAMP SLANGING AND MODELS OF CENTRALAIR who brought bet-pome
CON ;AT NULV COP LOT 7 CENEVA CREEK N 84 M ALONG ./. Of Saturday and spent Saturday night
I EMERY LANE 67.32 'LY ALONG R/. 32.67* TO P08 CON .LY ALONG
R/. '199.26 S 20E 29I.2ITO WATERS EDGE SILT ALON VATCP.S CONDITIONING a and Sunday.
EDGE: 233.33 N 22. W 322.44* TO pea '.

758.62 $22.76$35.01 $10.30$030.75: SYSTEMS 24, HOURSA 'Jay Carter of AusteU;Ga.. spent the
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weekend with ,
/ Ol 9S 2t--6214-0-00100 0797-10 grandparents, Mr.
THOMAS ELMER a ft MARGARET I DAY' :SERVICE and Mrs. A. G. LOudoa.I .
LOTS l .2.3' ""/2 ICY 4 BLOCK 4 OP SANTA PE SHORES ONI28-3 .
; 879.19 $2.:38 ...08 5.95 8....0 Mr. and,
Mrs ,.polo Lacayd and
( --------------------- COmRACTSAVA'LABLE' '
,I ; 07.6-05 < family of Tallahassee were weekend
MARTIN RICHARD C ft RAY C 2122 RIVER RO r ( :guests of Mrs. James Ban-on.
LOT 12 BLK A SEMINOLE RIDGE UNIT 4 cAIR "
$145.67544.3 87.91 $5.95$163.71 Car i r
; -x L ..____ ---_-----___rn Terry and Jimmy. Yawn of
.2 9$ 22 .230-E-01500 o'-O Gainesville spent Mother's Day with
BOREC HO.ARO R ft PLOY M PC EO* 3 LOT J3 OF seNINOLe RIDGE UNIT 5 Of ON-RECOPOED PLAT
OR 9-.25 EsAwYi.
f 8316.19 .9... _816.28 87.48 894*.31 Randy Chitty of University of
,
*----623olr"o2000 '-" "" -----""--" *""---"oTT5l3KOBcliTS. South Florida was .home for the
12 98 22 weekend. '" r
JxrriRY a XLDIMA POBOX 1311

LOT 20 or U.IT 6 or SIMIIOLE moot CONDITIONING Rev, John Flynn la attending a

."9.9 U.U $2yS I'." 9.1, INC. study course at the National
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12 9$ 22 6230-F-03500--- O770-I THE AIR CONDITIONING EXPERTS Cathedral Washington D. C. Mon
THOMPSON ROBERT M 907 N HALIFAX OR day to Friday.
LOTS'3S C 36 UNIT e SEMINOLE! RIOOC JACuomaLE 7S1-4440 ST, BEACHES 244471

I u_. Mrs. Olive Ryder and Mr. and Mrs.

' S. T. Dell of Gainesville were Sunday

I'0t guests of Mrs.J. E. Wilson.I" .


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May 17, IWi TELEGRAPH P '..18

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I Bradford High School News tr..d-Ju..

FAULKNER I Bradford County: ; ITRAMPOUNIt

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June 4 through June win l be a very June 8 Senior Awards Night at _
flexible schedule for Mntors. Please BHS Auditorium at 7 p.m. Dress will ,

and take make note your of the plain following to participate activities in be regular Graduation. school clothes.practice at BHS REALTYREALTOR :"'fOI, ,$ l .. : Thi r i: ; mmm) ""f08'I :SA\I\

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the activities provided. stadium at 4:30: p.m. "
June 7 Clear remaining debts or New round. Foil APPLIANCES. .*. GARAGE SAUt Used fur WATSON'S HOUSE OF
June 1Cap and gown will be given books. Final credits check with Mrs. UN 1599.", *al.. 131'.". Whit'* Horn ft Auto. lYe, nHure, washer, household VACUUMSi Many brand of
out. Go to the Student Affairs Office AlteU in the Guidance Office. 964-5065, 1x12, |hat| $399.95. sale ranges, fr..r. good, etc. Temple Motel, new vocwwm Ued.
(south end of the ED& ah-Soeial, June R GRADUATION. Be at "" 12"'.". Plane I-77S-3327. refrigerator, stereos. son N. Temp) ocro* from machine" avaJlobl' Parr
Studies Buildtea! ). assembly area at 7 p.m. After Jox. TFchaSPfOAl facts vacuum, tawing machine. Bradford Courthou hpd and ccc.ssorI.s for or|"
June 4- Get all finances: cleared up ceremony, pick up diploma In Administration 2305 N., Temple;AveStarke on nursery Ak about' our big discount 9/17 vacuum *,IIom.. 4O4 NW
dock: Aiaa| got. .
eon. WAN s Ham and Auto. SEVERAL ITEMSt Two 10th Av.., Galnvivlll
with the Finance
Officer. Clear out Bui Return
cap $1.90 ach. 18"-24-; Fruit Kytan Ht .. .J3.401.. 113 Jamison 1 lawnmowers
lockers. Leave locks in locked poel- and gown (in the box that it came In). FHA*VA FINANCING AVAItABURESIDENTIAL :, trees: Boxwood HTMS". 524TOOTS lf-propelled phone 376-7110. TFchg .. .
4tchg : gat-driven cementfinishing DO PRO IN Breln H
{ w4US
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tion. Keep the tassels. / il," It
11.$). ir-IS". $2. he
.( '$.. our FURNfTURE. etc. machine: 1964 301 South. W* buy and
race on Flo. root *stock Coil 964-6363 of com by 612 2-ton Vitemotlanoj school sell wd fumttur Phone
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------- 38R with 4 acre Hwy 16 w... '"lledueed 2000. $9.90 and $4.99. Shad Colllr Plate, Stark. Itpd bu. All In OHcellent" condition. 964.6140. 9 to 3Mort. ;

Hwy 4vpsd2B1p.n., acr., : ',v., tr**., hedge plants, 9/17 Star Rt I I. lox ".J. .-thun.. 9 to 6 Frl. ond. .
I Bradford Middle SchoolNewsTwo 35!. 1 3/4 bothreoncreleiblock., nice one ocr. lot camellia, pot plant, hanging YARD SALIi Saturday/Son- PousWATIRFRONT 9/24 Sot. 3/1 TFchaNEWSPAPER :
with lorg. ook. baskets. CARNE. *Otto .. /Tn**on SR LOTS ROLL-
mar.. O. C. ". _. lfl at 90x197 ft. $3,900 .ach. ENOSSvrol avallabl,
Bradford High School Speakers at the orientation Included 1: NURSERY. SR 100 .t Morgan Rd. Go 2 1/2 mHe. Phon. 904-389-8082. 9/17 various length, oil' either
guidance counselors were at BMS : Principal, Dewey McKinney, FARMS ft ACREAGE Horohome. 23 mil** SE of turn at second dirt rd. 5tpd 6/14 19" or 30".wld*. Good for ,
Thursday and Friday, May 10 and 11 Assistant Principal Buddy Paterson 2 BR Mobil. Horn 3.9 acres, Keystone area REDUCED. Stork. Phone 659-313. Trailer on Ufl. Itpd 5/17 SOTOTIUERi 11x22, till raw children to color on tab!*:
to speak with each and every eighth Chorus Director Don Hardy, Band 4BR, 28 QarOBIfc.v! 10 acres ond 2 barn. 4/12 TFchg SEVERAL ITIMSI Play pen attachment" hllr.! furrower cover, etc. BRADFORD,
grade student The counselors were Director, Mike Woodfin, PS teacher, 7 acre*.$7.500Eoiy T.rm.. i :, BURGLAI AND Nil $8; stroller 16: 40' Inch lc. attachment Like new COUNTY TELEGRAPH 139
set up in the media center and Loper. S Term ,,"'\ ALARMSi R.idntlol and rang, good cond.. with must sell)! do. to health. W. Call. Stork TF
Frank acr..S5.OIJO.Ea.y i4BR commercial.Free estimate*. double ov..n.. $20:; 26-inrlt Phone 964-9196. Itpd 9/17
students Abdulla'a TRAttERi lork
TRAVEL
were registered for 9th science classes: are 28, ciInOlL.wJ l! *'* ocr** Paved drtl" drive' DON 1978 :
HILL
SECURITY console color TV excellentcondition. .
grade chases studying ecology this six weeks. The I CHAIN LINK PENCE excellent condition. $4.000.
SYSTEMS. '
The elementary school children students learned that 473-3949. TFchg: $,25. !Phone Phone 9644406. Itpd 9/17
ecology is the WATERFRONT < FINCINOl All "kind, 9647149. 9/17 material. Do H yourself and
who will be coining to BMS next term Interaction between hog Itpd SEVERAL ITEMS Exercise
living things and tav Inttallatlon lIobl.
Creek ;: 2 ares wire welded barb FOUR LOTS. *
Over 200' frontoge Mock : with 2 BR Wire. Ready to build' .
bike. $29
had an orientation session hosted by their environment.Aspects of ecology, frame house. wlr*. "'wood chain link; free on. Eat of Starke on oldLawtey Free **tlmat**. HandyMan ; nw light green
BMS. Tuesday, Starke Elem. Thursday to be studied are basic life problems, .estimate Fenc Co. % -.,,.. TFchgLIMSROCKi china toilet and. coat ISO:;
Fence Road. W"'In..alled.'
Manning
3BR.e, Con. Ilk houto only 2 yoo,.old on Sampson toke Maple flnlch" bunk beds. $90:
Brooker, Hampton, and Lawtey. photosynthesis, Co., 473-4822. Kyton. Phon. 964-9307. 9/17
Monday, Southside Elem. and biological control, common types One ocr. on Crosby Lok. In restricted area. TFehq 0/7 4tpd Allen Taylor! little Scout smoker $I0.::,'
The of '_, '1IiI1: LOTS. 1 mile lawtey. Phon 782-3172 with .,It.$20.1320.Slotting '
sessions met in BMS cafeteria pollution (water, noise and solid COMMERCIAI 1 1/2 ACM '
'V" lokaon SR BAHIA HAYS "Argentina weekday' after 6 pm. or St. anytlma afterp.m. }
dining room and included a tour for waste), r) Wt of Hampton 5/17
the In this weeks lab the 18. By $900 down. highly fertilized. Phone anytime weekend, TFchg Hpd
elementary students through the students compared owner.
service with remodeled office Equip. IncludedWrlwyMI. kiNO SIZE BEDi complete
5/1T 9646071. TFchg
Including BMS students to serve as the amount of dissolved oxygen '" "VT Plane 46S-1SS3. Itpd with headboard. Very goodcondition.
,
guides. Orientation leaders were: In different samples of water. They o .
21$ frontage on Hwy 301-S.rvlc. Station pump.and tank 1100. Phone
Team 1, Janet Brooks Tony Diggs, learned that changes In the Included. Reduced to MS.000. 964-e563 after 6 p.m. hpd
Lee White Team 2,Rosaland Lennon, temperature of water through ther Hwy 301 North ISffxHOlol: with' small con, blk, bldg I ---------------------------1 9/17 .'
Timmy Gonzalez Patricia Barber, can destroy life by Great Location. OARAGE SALES 304 South
Larry O'NealTeam 3, Robert Fisher, reducing the oxygen and changing the Mobile Horn Park 12 ocres Included 8 mobll home 4th house North of Archer- '
Renee Wlmberly, Lori Clark Team 4, environment. PH (acidity) of the Room for expansion. The dy County 10.....ef Cemmlulenen NEED A BABYSITTER* Dolly FOR SALE 70 hpw Mercury Tanner Funeral' Home.
James M. Christmas, LeAnn Flynn. solutions was also measured. are taking oppllCO- babysitting 'In my ham boat motor. 1977. Excellent' Saturday May 19 from 9
MOBILE HOME OR BUILDING LOTS tiers for the position of Coordinator (Lake Geneva Estate). Nice condition. $1.900. 473-3193 a.m. to 2 p.m. Itpd 9/17
Summer Youth Employment play area experienced 2lchg 9/17-9/24. CAMPER for long wheelbase ,
I Scouting News 1 wooded 12.700. < Program under the Title mother. Will take. care of truck. Phone 783-3069.
ocr IV CETA Program. .In order to toddler.ene year and older. The Qey County Beard efCommlttlonertore Itchg 9/17
qualify for this Call now limited number of taking 78 HP MERCURY, 1977. excellent
1.l'A 100 Good location; Good term. petition you
acre Hwy
Scout World wooden key,a rain gauge, eagle made mutt: 1)) Be a resident of Cloy children. Coll after A p.m.or application for th* position condition $19007 ,
9/17
weekend of Countelor. Summer Phone 473-3193. 2tchg
anytlma on
from straws, a B.S.A. building made Hampton Lot with w.111 septic. P."" y Low down pay- County. 2)) Have own transpor 479-2528. 9/17. Youth Fund 5/24.
Itchg Employment
Scout World '79 was a big success from a "genius kit", and a small men _,' tation. 3)) Hove a High School I Program under the Title IV TWO FEMALE GOATSl $50.
for Cub Scout Pack 918. They brought sailboat Diploma or equivalent. with CETA Program In order to Phone 964.8240. Itchq 5/17
home a first place blue ribbon for The boys worked hard in the booth'people W* have other lots wHh low down paymnt ft easy mon three ((3)) year training or ..- qualify for this position you
their booth.There!were four boys who aid to bandage the arms of thly payment" perlnc In counseling or U..HOLITI.V.II.aoonabl.plc. mutt: 1)) .. a resident of WINDOW AIR' CONDITIONER '
participated: Mike Barber made stopping to look. They alaohanded \ related field at Lost one ((1)) 473-3032. 4chg. Clay County. 2)) Mutt have 24.000 BTU. with
posters, a rain gauge, wooden key,an out plants with two poems, Paul H. Feulkn.r-R.ehor'; ':%: year of which wo in super.visory 4/26.-:/17.WHOLE own reliable transportation. power lover witch. Used 1
eagle made from straws, also a robot one for Mother's Day and one for Susan M. Bakkm. Realtor. capacity. Will be retpon- 3)) Hove a High School y''ear. for only $300. Phone
made from a "genius kit. Grandmother on Mother's Day. The lvnlngM4-t173 tlble for County.Wlde program. Diploma or equivalent. with 44-8311 or 964.7677 after 9p '
Tommy and John Manning made a poems were written by Aaron Davis. H you feel you may qualify BALE AUC- two ((2)) year experience or m- Itchg 9/17
robot from a metal tank, eagles from We'd lUte to thank all of you who REALTOR ASSOCIATES' apply at Cloy County Community TIONiEvery Thursday 7 training ,In counseling or YARD SALEi 2 mile East of .
straws and a rain gauge. bought tickets in support of Scout Iran'Fulknr-Ev. ,...'1"2 Service, 919 Walnut Street, 95 percent" new merchant p.m. related field. ((4)) MUM be Keystone traffic light, on SR.

Aaron Davis brought posters, a World and for your help in the Good Veda M.%*.. .*-....9M-S9 Green Cove Spring, Florida. dl... Tool, groceries, able to work with youth 100, next door to IMAssembly ,
solar system he made,wild life scene, Will drive several weeks ago. Julie L. Crlffl-Ev*.,4474I994x32 5/17 Itchg.SCHOOL'S household Numb novelties.If ages fourteen to twenty-one of God., Furnhwsbaby clothe.,
((14-21)), and worktrte tupervltort. "- Item
Boys of Pack 518 J you buy to retell. you can
. . OUT JUNE INd a buy In Bill ml.c.llon.ou.I
***************************A"* reliable BABYSITTER with good auction.quantity.2315 Perry 9.E. It you feel you may Friday/Saturday. 9/18 9/19
I ...* Hawthorn Rd. qualify apply at Clay County from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Itchg'
s. ess sases cora and good m. Coll JudyStonl.y Galnetvllle. 5/17
Serviceman Community Service 915
I
9/25.
473-2790 after 4tpd.
DOUBLEWIDE at 6pm. Walnut Street Green Cove WALDO AUCTION In red

Lyndell Bright Apprentice James Page Three bedroom., 2 full bath., front kitchen c."trot'air.. weekday. 9/17 Itchg.CARPORT Spring. Florida. bam New and on. used Rt. 24 merchondlt In Waldo.

Third Infantry Division Field Medical Grad awning., skirted all tt up and ready to move In..only
SALEiHout.hold FOR RINTi Office and fumHur Under .w'
space or WORKWANTEDiDependable. "
S ,99S.VA and bank _
Spec. .4 Lyndell L.' Bright son of Navy Hospitalman Apprentice I financing allobl.. hems clothing toy, paper. retail business ipoce. Hwy hard auctioneer and new
Mrs. Marion Bright, Quincy, recently James W. Page son of Lonnie W. and backs, drape, mltc Saturdayand 21 north. Call 473-3288 or working college student management.. Every Fridayand
participated in the first Return of Klmlyo Page of Route 1, Box 50, and Olln't Mobil Phone 964-3606 Homes dealer; <*.?' Sunday. May 18. 19. Ito 9 4732226. tfn chg 3/10. dmiret full or part-Hm. Saturday. 7.30: p.m.
,
Forces to Germany (REFORGER) whose wife Margaret, Is the daughterof a. p.m. Orchid near Jownlne. work during ummer Excellent 9/10 2tpd 9/17
exercise to be held in winter. Tom B. Chastain of Route 1, Box 9/17 Itpd.LOANS secretarial and 1979 PISCES IS FT. 8oat,1978Mercury
REFORGER 79, a strategic mobi- 228, all of Lawtey, was graduatedfrom ''JIll. AVAILABLIlAnyVameunt PURE CHICKEN M..NU.I"p.ad bookkeeping skill*. Can 80 hp motor, '1979Mercury ,
lity exercise, demonstrates the U.S. Field Medical Service School. \ on postures or tart Immediately. '
,horn ventureEthel "Thrutter
capability t*move! b 'eIr and serf to ''M' The five>week the' 1 er dumped for garden. Call Reference' upon request 'trolling ,
course: at Marine
| G. Sotchelder, ".2, Box 409, '.E. motor, 1979 Magic-tilt
Grainger. 1.5<16-3681
reinforce NATO rapidly in a crisis Corps Base, Camp Lejeune N.C., is UNk* > lEAKira& & HUr DIRT Keystone Height FI.32656. Hawthorn. "'pd526 tfn. Please Itpd.Legal call 473-3041, 5/17 trailer A.ume
situation. S/112tchg
designed to prepare Navy hospital : Licensed Mortgage Broker. Phone 964 8983. .
The Reforger units join U.S. Units corpsmen and dental technicians for Or Smalt Jobs Phon 473.2503.213.Tfn.. 534REFRIGERATOftl
stationed in Germany and allied uUtv with Marine Corps combat units. Large .

elements for the exercise in an area He received instruction on basic t CASH FOR OOLDl Sterling. I with

between Northern BadenWuerttemberg tactics and the use of weapons for Dozer Work Jwlry diamond, coin, dan- freezer and IcemakerPhllco .
and Eastern Bavaria. self-defense. To graduate he was required tat gold. Will visit horn 2 door. Phone
Bright is a member of the 3rd Infan- to demonstrate basic 'proficiency Foundations *,*. Mr. your Rlttmon. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the complaint or pen 964-6234. Itpd 9/17

try Division in Germany. in emergency medical techniques 75-1089.211 tfnchg. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT tion.WITNESS
Bright's father Esau Bright II, casualty evacuation. field OF FLORIDA, 'IN my hpnd and
lives on Route 1, Lawtey, Fla. sanitation and preventive medicine Top Soil LAKE ton FOR SAlliKoystone AND FOR BRADFORD the seal' of sold Court on
May 8. 1979. Gilbert S. '
procedures.He wooded, COUNTY. Did You :
joined the Navy in July 1978. JIMMY MARTIN 964-52301 Heights. Beautifully land bottom CIVIL ACTION Brown As Clerk. of said .
lot. dear
Airman Levy Lennon on BLANCHE A. STOKES Court, By: Marian
Security Police Squadron |ak.*. Good terms or discount WIFE Plaintiff v. McRae. As Deputy Clerk Know
Matthew L. Ellis -- for cosh.t' to 5 ocr** with nice' SIlO 4tchg 3/31.
Airman First Class Levy R. Lennon U.S. DONALD G. STOKES
Army Armor School lake from I
III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Levy Lennonof tr** overlooking HUSBAND, Defendant. :
Starke is a member of the best Pvt. Matthew L. Ellis son of Mr. BKASINGTONCac&IUe $3,900, $500 down.$90. month. ClassifiedAds That These

security police squadron in the U.S. and Mrs Otis Ellis, Route 1, Brooker, Ralph Bryan, Oldsmobile Commercial lots on SR 21 North Cote No.79-218 I
Air Forces In Europe (USA FE)I. recently completed a tracked vehicle Sales & Service avallabl Own.r.Sol..mon. NOTICE OF SUIT GetResults
mechanic at the U.S. Armor 473.4.713.2/22 tfnchg. NO PROPERTY Want Ads Go Into -
Airman Lennon is an administration course Army Real Estate Fine Selection Of Used
specialist at Lakenheath RAF School Fort Knox Ky. Can Talon On I ACRES on 214 nor Kyton I Ii
Station. England. with the 48th Secu- During the course students were 2305 N.Temple Av.. Height $300 down. $89,81 pr' TO: DONALD G. STOKES.
l.. CadJUat -
Stark > Tradet
Rt. 2. Box 26. Culleoka ,, 9,000 HouseholdsIn
rity Police Squadron. trained to repair engines transmissions month. Phon. 473-4058 or -
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Phont44-S7lt
and the fuel electrical and 2001 N.WI'J3378-5301 6 Tenn. 38541.
According to USAFE officials 473-4367 after p.m.3/29 I( CLASSIFIED AD '
selection was based primarily on the hydraulic systems' of the Army's. Office Monday thru GAINESVILLE tfnchg YOU ARE HEREBY ,III Deadline far insertion 41 .
open NOTIFIED that on action '
superior manner in which assigned tracked vehicles.They also learned to Saturday 9.5 p.m. Sundaysby NEW MOBILE HOMR.V.. for DISSOLUTION OF ,, Tuesday noon preceding(. Clay, Bradford
personnel conducted day-to-day perform recovery operations for appointment. PARTS STORE, olio Whirlpool MARRIAGE has been flled *Thursday before publica.j
operations and handled emergency abandoned damaged, disabled or GE RCA port. WHEELERS between against you DONALD.' )tie,. .
SItuations. mired vehicles. '4 BR concrete block with Keytone-Mlroe, G. STOKES and you are 'i Minimum charge SI.SO.
Airman Lennon is a 1973 high school Ellis entered the Navy in August swimming pool on 1 V4 ocr Lillian C.:Pearson. 479-2401, .fn chg,4/19. requested la serve a (Cover IS Words). & Union Counties _

grad'late.! 1978 lot on Morgan Rood. JU\IrUR: Sunblrd. PSPB.Automotle copy of your written Each ward over ISle
R- ... __... Id-- FHA FOR SALEi1978 condition defentet, if I any to It. on ''( 10 conesNat .
approved. 2
--- -- 38ft. Air
I. \M TF't. .-| the \ responsible for errors
.lIftiU\ plaintiff attorn.y.who. 4 ir
bath block In Excellentcondition. With Over 28,000 .
town. AM/FM clean : :
j :3SIWI very .. name and ad. r when given aver the phone \
STEAMBOATRound ; 9orlwbo& e/k In 1 acre lots for, home or 19.000 mile Call dress It J.J. WOLBERT ( or when copy I.I not typed *
n mobile home $2.'''. 473-3169. 9/10 2tpd JR.. P.O. BOX 1086. .III land brought to the office' .
2 BR one bath block Stork. Florida 32091 '
MOVING SALIiShop vacuum (
Of Beef, Christian Street, lot. term { --.i Readership
large
welder. six l Inch pool table- and Ilia the original with -
.6 I /BR the clerk. of, the above
acres -Hampton 4 to 26 acre }in lawtey dale bed. AM-FM Mereo rodlo
Paved rood. cabinet, Ityled court on or before
In
$3.000 per acre:" term and record player
.
',' .26 ocr*. waterfront- i. odd and end.. Saturday. May TOMMY'SCLEARING ,
Turkey & Grondin.T.rm., 10 ocr.. fronting SR .230. A 19 9 o.m.> 9 p.m. Located one Yours For Only '
.3 to 10 ocr..-S.v.rol- Wilson Rd. S22.000 mile north of Melro.e-flrM dirt' LAND
locatlon.-T.rm. rood off 21, 9/17 Itpd
Two rental' hou.. In 36.35 acres 1340' US 3011 2" Per Week ,

Dressingu .town.14.S ocr* ,a 3BR Cape S56.SOO term I' /"BIRCH'S !IPM PEST CONTROL'SSERVICES
We Offer Fast
Cod. 80 Acre form. :3 BR 2 Bo OF FLORIDA "
Building Jot.-..; town t home,bam, ouf-bldg*. 30 Response And For Information
out. tr***, fenced The Critter Gltlera.
7 ,Spaghetti .12x64 mobile home on cra-fencd pecan S1SO.OOO. ttVh ". PROMPT PROFESSIONAL Free Estimates '
I waterfront lot Call! 413.2210 J
.Motel A Trailer !Park-one farm.w.ir.iQ9'tic d J:. 964-5534 Phone'9645734I .
100 Acre :: : I II
I )) With Meat Sauce of the bt in town,and 4 flee appro'' 100 .. MAY'S SUPER SERVICE I ,II I
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making ,
I mon.y pecan trees divided by L
Now booking' for paved rood 30.000. WEED CONTROL

1.. For 95 .. ; ummr-3BR cottage on ,* ry: Foundations Walks A I : M ;
c Kingsly Lake. 2 BR frame houte on nice :
\ $3 -! fi"Drlv Y/t. :
_
Fence Row
.. Tired of looking us lot 5000. -" -- P 8 oci ( ltv

Only build you a new home with .. OACHE3-HOUSEHOLD PEST CONTfIIOI.'LEA .
't: d "Touch of C'a.' .". Watch Furnished Z-BR' Mobil.Home Real EUtat;.Broker t? :11f;

\ 'v: for our Model Horn, th'Barcelona" -* en 1 acr.513.500. : ; ; f
at the Country r 301' North Trait' Motel Uwte:; \ .

Cauliflower Polynesian ...Club.your...)..satisfaction............. 3 paved BR from.road.on.t.6., Term-1M,.. Madame Jace n.t. Office 782-3931 '1.00 PM >M PM : : II i

Sweet Potato Croquettes r;. I I. our future Ilvenlngr H3.800, ",,..,t. *. Home 782.3898A0112s : :: :
.......................... Palmist- \
2-story frame 9 'BR, I Bo I PIRCICT FOR A010J: THI KIDS CAN
MaDeDoine Of Vegetables ,, I' Ralph f P. SryanReeltor $25,000 owner financed. PSychlcAdvlsor RITIRIO COUMI. This WALK TO SCHOOl from 'I
H4-420S .. '>vlarge ;\. 1' home hOI I bedroom. 1.thl. lovely Stucco. home set ': :-: .t
rVayite IDo..lo..rok"'I.I. [B franhotI.. to goodcondition WIN rd your entire lit*, Advisee on bath. walk-In-closet, endkitchenliving under! the .hod. of Pecanfree ... ,I:
Home Made Apple ,Cobbler **...*" *room l boo 50 Id ."llr* of file such as Love, CourtshipMsrrlig .F area, *'. There are 3 ;'
'. Phone" **4-t.f 1 RIALTO pecan tree*. 3 rental' *. $L.. Sull. end Busln' MSp Garage with e tra storage b.droomss both living : ,=

Lemon & Coconut Pies .David Dval, Ase late mobile home -I .oct,. .culstion Overcomes" sit |rouW.*. ... space. room, kitchen dining .
1hese145.1225 hook-vp (room for several.1)on ) enemies" t bsd luck. room end screen,porch. ',,:

Plus Beverage 6 acre good Income Tni, Spiritual! Medium TM you whM you need to A011J HIRES A HAVEN'AOTtit IF YOU'VI '
Ow""anc". (45,000 FOR IQUIJTtlANJ. Ten t
( know-Sne I..upNiot I la *ny other' you n.'e aver OUTGROWN I ,
__ Broker-Owner. ..e, Picturesque Acre In the your present f
"' con.ult.d' home..thU' home may be :
Country ,
: \pk "tic' _ OMICft' twty. Turn *t P"",.. COllfkle/lt// R..dagl/ the answer. 3 ,bedroom*, '

'1-- school. |Then owfd" >ljh Baptistchurch. el Look for the/ algn In 'front of her home located LOOKING DOR A MONIthe! both/ living!room room"" kit. I I, .,.

NOf Siarke Church (follow sign*). on U.S. 301 South In Starke Accro From HOME LOn NHD' (A* family room. 'on' n ave y' !;

1 KOA Campground TERMS? Then -vs OfIICOVt! V* cere lo FMAintlna 4 41
DAY, 1VI. t W1IKINOS what you're looking ,,
U.S. 301 N. 964-760O Phone 1124106 Open 0My e 00 s m to 10 00 p/It, Pit .8"2 evolluble! i
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HOMfSi Why pay AW SHOP Complete PALMS APARTMENTS Furnihd.Bidaci.s erWillt/Jar
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mere* Buy direct from foe- OOOO PCp PAID for used I
irstTS7
.circular MONEY TO LOAMt f
lharpon"'elorVlc. and 1 11R home newly remodeled.. I* ACRES 'm Union :
tory. large selection of 3*. mobile home If mortgage I County
coed and Third
hand, carbide, chain,
weekly mortgage
apt? or monthly. l2S/month $50 Providence
14. It wide STARKIHOMI .It. 3/4 paid OLIN! < area. Wooded: 1;
more.
mower blade hollow ground NEW FURNISHED STUDIOS or on private home. duplexes,
CENTER, US 301 North. Open Phone 964-4112 or 9643261Itchg MOBILE MOMS SALES f_.... Would make nice
and balanced leave at I 2313 N. Temple commercial property, apart-
monthly only. 5/17
:
hom. .
sit. Maine
9 to duik. I lo 6 Sundo, 964-3606. Open 7 day Real PHONE 4.7778
malls, motel,
Jackson
Building Supply." Stark. shopping
"digIUTCHINITTIS TWO BEDROOM: hone Emote.
Phon. ...-.7.1. TFchgY In weekly. Realtor 494-3978. CKIUA
OWNERS Brick home with Storke or Keystone His. and deeping country with garden pot. WANTED TFchg Mobile home a* centers, etc. :3,000 to :3/15 tin. TEJTWttUOAR 20S H Temple Slarll.. Florida
3.000.000. Private funds
:3 bedroom. 2 ball, living TFehg room TV AC maid sera Prefer retired" couple. Phone
Sit ALCOHOLICS vice. Weekly. and monthly.Retouront .....6861. Itchg 3/17 let and tire Will pick Up.OLIN'S law Interest rat,...AppI, LAd SUTLERS bdrm..11/3
room dining room. on
HOMESALES
MOBILE .
with detail .
730. I mil. from hospital. ANONYMOUS. Phone and loungeavailable. SPACIOUS HOUSEi 3 1 to .UNITED bo., house across from Middle SPECIAL
Pleat. call for oppt 964 3148 or 9646582. TFchg UnderwoodMotel bedroom 2 I ath. In Starke. day* -9645606... Open ASSOCIATES. SOSWolbrldgoBldg. School I an $*.121, on one
TFchg Buffalo New York
.*..181. or 964-6701 TFchg SEWING MACHINESREPAIRSDl 3 1/2 mile North of Phone 783-3323, horn. or half acre.
All make cleaned US TOP CASH PRICE PAID loreoln 14202. 4/13 4tchg 5/3. ONLY "COUNTRY ,IIVINO" TIN CITY IX.
I,?. PACEMAKER!34x40.on Stakes 301. TFchg 964- 2l4 work" 3/17 3tdtg THREE BEDROOM1 1/2 ba..
Two oiled and odluned. $10. MIMOSA MANOR mobile *. sterling. dental gold w/w TtA LUG LOT WITH TOWERING PECAN
rented lot. cent H/A.
on. acre carpet
large bedroom 1 :3/4 Work ,vtood. Jome. home pork mobile home
baths, deluxe corpet, central Strickland comer Morgan and space* for rant Phon. 334will i : t. s, optical: frame MONSVTBUSINESS AND Realtor. 496-SI14 or ONLY..tMMO.
Rd and Hwy I*. TFchg .....2912. 3/22 ( woreh' band etc. Phon. J. PERSONAL LOANS New or 496-1903.
) air, TV antenna and TFchg '
10x10 aluminum' hed In REMOOEIINO lUll DING. KITCHENETTES On. II "00 ..... .. _' ;'*. .ulllngton ....'250. existing" business" or persona

cluded. 112.900 $2.900 REPAIRS N.w kitchen, apartment, pool. TV. AC IARN WHM YOU LEARNi WANTED ) loan* available by THREEBEDROOM.11/2 both.
or ONLY 2 BRAND NIW
without LEFT. 3 BR 2 I. CENTRAL
down and anuma bath. family room*. Brick, "'lilt I.* Included. Totally WIth Trl-OI.m LIquId Embroidery. Couple mall on your lgnoture. unique fireplace. .
garage.extra
$133.75. Phon. block concrete. Fireplace fuml..... Weekly. monthly" Phone 782-3334. children to live-In' and keep 1.000 and up...Unlimited d_.
payment CONCRITI
HEAT. BLOCK ONE HALF ACRE
964.5t. Storke. 5/3 TFchg peclollit Orllllt Construe rate.. TEMPI MOTil B80 3/10 aipd 5/17 'hou... Will provide Private Funds...Apply with TWO BEDROOM HOUSE on ,
tlon. Phon. 473-2108 or N. Stork. KITCHEN AND dining" .,..cerl... charge no rent, UNITED ASSOCIATES. 303
VAlfHA.larg.frame. three Tpl.Iwo. room quarter acre, furnished. In QUIET NEIGHBORHOOD ORANGE ST. ft
... help wanted. pay utilities and other Walbrlage Bldg., Buffalo.
BR. 2 bah CHI A. pantry: 473.257TFchg Phone .7357. 5/10 4tpd Norman' lake Butler.
BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK restaurant Waldo Flo. 3/10 household a.ponCou New York 1.202.12 4tchg
3/31 TWO .
LEGION
living dining. family room: BEDROOM one bam TERRACE IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
..,.ed.
pl. If
workout S/:I.
glossed In porch carport SERVICE Bradford ,...Idon.t'oI ON KINOSIEV lAKEi Make 4tpd 131.IN.'GY Sad may P.O. Drawer on ana half acre with loss of
utility building, drop*, fully pump-outt, $43. Commercial your reservation now for COORPINATOR replies. landscaping face three VETERANS NO DOWN PAYMENT.
carpeted. US 301 Hampton and Industrial. Fully summer vacation Weekly. with Suwonnee River' A (CC) ...,... Flo. 32091 CUSTOM MAM DtAPMtSSi street

$30' W. J. Trlgg. IIc........ Phon. 9648121.TFchg rate AC Cottage Phone Economic Council. Salaryrange. WANTED S/IO 2lpd RIDE 5/17. downtown Free estimate*, local ONE ACM with 2 bdrm. trim SOME OF OUR PREFERRED PROPERTIES
to distributor for
owner/b r o k.,. 468-1643. 533.2366. TFchg 7.384 to $9.900.80. completely In Lok. Butler.Jene I.
TFchg MOBILE HOMI WASHINOl' FURNISHED on. bedroomwith Sept. 30. 1979. Manage andcoordlna. Gan..vlll.bus. 8.30: to washable nationally odver- Usher Reetter. 494-3124 or KINGUEY LAKI Remblln'. ale house .Let SO a 820
HANDYMAN with Imagination Free animate Phon. John all modem furniture. Energy Program 5:30. Phone Marilyn at tiled Gardsetto Drape Ies. ....ItU. $7..000.
needed far this home. Brown Mobil. Home Ser W/W carpet*. full Silo bath. background In construction 376-4671 or Hop at 309 W. saw enterprises.,tome 120 beautiful acre -farmhouse,bans stream owner
Require relocation from vlc. KeyMone. 4733775. AC ample private parking. and administration. Bon- S/17 Washington, Storke. Itpd Stephen 496-3319. :3/1 TWO ACRES withdoublewtde fb.ne.d.!

lake Geneva. Phone Janet 4/26 4tchg 5/17 Ideal for retired tingle or doble. hove automobile and "' ,," ,. ., ... .. ... tfnchg.CLARKES. trl. on SR-121,, 3 1301 Searing 1 BR 2B CHS.A Law utttlty bin.M. .
M. Sterling. Broker. I ((904)) BABV-SITTINO In my home couple. Sorry no childrenor valid Fla. DrIver. Llc...... "..". .y" ""I""" n''' 1/2 mile from Lak."I.,. I89W Ores fist pend. nice home, trader, .bug
782-393)) or 7823896. 3/17 all age. Monday thru Fri pet. Phon. "' .839. Submit application to t< A, $ : I. Qt.iJ, I SAW SHOP Complete THREI ACRES Ideal '0'hom..It. ,.... 3.2A.

2tchg S/24 day. 964-6821. 3/17 3tpd after 5:30: weekday Suwonnee River Economic / ,. : sharpening" cervke.hand .. Owner f'n' _.... SIS.BOO. Co ... *MI WeMmorelend (furnished, V*
Council' Inc.. P. O. BOX 70 -- circular, mower
5/31.
IY OWNER 1973 mobile anytime weekend S10ltdg -- 180 ACRES on SR-331 ocrot 0Cnt.
home. 3 BR, 2 both on on. THE MOWER CLINKS' lawnmower 517.KINGSLIY live Oak Flo. 32060. Attn: ins OOOOE VAN,slant six Made. chain*aw*. L_.at from RMC. Ideal for ubdlvl-- BeeufrM buldlo1.1 8.... Rd. M490.00.
ocr In cit* of Star..... Clean. and small engine LAKE furnished Personnel Dept. Closing .standard liver with good Crew Building Supply, lakeButler. ton or opartmentt.Jane S. n
B %
ACRES S147B. .
Cash or term at 9 pet. repaired Including reborlng. or unfurnished year Data: May 23 1979. An tire*. nice ", .Ido. $993. Call 7/3: tfnchg.UM Usher Renter .....2.26.r PonyM.14. an. acre.S4
Phone 964.7024.5/10TFchp. Work don. reasonable. around. three BR hauia. No Equal Opportunity SKI at 944-4997 or 9644303. 4943903.WORTHINOTON. acre* $1610 on acre -fenced gres*.
CHICKASAW MOBILE HOME Henry Browder, 96/-5760. children, no pet.. Phone Employer. Itchg 5/17 TFpd THE IAUNDRAMAT at $..1.100.2.au Cherry St. Owner...
12x74 h.. 3 bedroom, partlatly 3/10 2tpd 3/17. 533.2561, char 3 p.m. Itchg POUCI OFFICER' Must be Hwy. 100 by the Handy Way, SPRINGS 9 story __tel .... house A ttage-Walnut. $t. Fur.
( furnished air and central irrrn ANGELS NURSERVI 5/17. Bradford resident, 1977 GRAND PRIX $J 6-way W. have a wash dry. fold TWO AND ONI HALF LOTS Large home, ...oct.tree*, Lawtey. Owner flounced
heat Something equal op.n for proschoolchildren FURNISHED APARTMENTS unemployed IS out at 20 electric eats, electric window service: .33 per lb. Attendant WITH TRAILER, lots of tree Income M70. me.-nke home B duple* a cortege.
week. dltadvantaged. .,'11'-""' ..., cruise contra on duty ''''chg. $44,000 S BR 2B CHBA .__.... double .
and take up payment of low rate., hot On. 1 BR apt, no pet or economically with near Santa .. River on .f, done
S9I.OS monthly. Phon. meoli. by day or w..... children: on. very email Must have HS bucket) valour and Interior console, S dead-end street, plenty ofI2IJJse $12.000 .Let 1001 a 94' Comer Broadway Cell.
473.4050 after 5 p.m. 5/10 Phone 964-8940. North opt.. (two room). On. Bit diploma police standard seats 17 SEPTIC TANK AND GREASE 2 Sr- New brick big country home fireplace, I acre .
2tpd 5/17. Keller St., Storke. Central houe olso. Phone 96..7521. training and never convicted new Sacrifice tire for, T-top.$3.000. Phone mpg. TRAP deanouu new ,line' ., S. Usher.o ....,. $21.000-40 W. Madlsen-large 2 story home, comer

It7S CHAMPION 12x60 heat and cooling Equal Opportunity S/102tdsp 5/17. of a felony. Apply at Fla. 964-8788 day ......1225oval. reasonable. Jo. Forsyth, 494-2114 or 4962903.SOVIDENas $7,800. .Ut-Hompten Oek-3M a |EO* owner f.....
or
mobile home furnished Employer. 5/10 ROOM FOR RENT Furnished State Employment Service 5/17 4311022. All business" appreciated. 120 acre $138.000. Hfgh relUng-Owner ...._...
plus washer and dryer. Excellent 4tpd 5/31. bedroom In large 4 BR (old courthouse). Itchg 5/17 1973 hchg CHEVY CAPRICI :3/31 tfnchg.lliiiiii. 13 acre Hwy 301 N B Morgan .... Owner fk ... ".

condition. $3,000 Will DO HOUSSaEAMINO home. 'In country kitchen FLORIDA MATE EMPLOY Classic. 2 door, vinyl top I :; : ; B ACRES WITH HOMES two 10 _....-.1100... acre. Owner financed.
firm. Phone 964-8565 after 6 by day or week.. Need privilege $100/month. Including MINT Service ha the PS. PB. AM/FM radio. Phone ,: : I : ': wells, ha trailer hookup state an lake Geneve-several home*. i
hpd 5/17 transportation. Alto,, will utilities, phone following" positions: Correctional : : with separate well and .
p.m. 782-3894 or 782-3931, Itchg septic S27.MO large room, fruit trees, walk -ywhe>..
1974 BIGEIOW 72 ft.mobile watch your home, elderly washer. Phone 4682515.TFchg Officer I I. Secretory. !/17 '" .-". cop", .. tank; property completely 120.800. DeluBe MH $BR 21 CHBA
near town. f'
home central air and heat, persons, or pet.. while you Vocational I Intt. III. Air' fenced: one half mile offpov.d
Cond. and Medical 197B 'TI1. Green air our OP HOUSE POSITION Store an 30!< 87,8001 apt. Owner ....-..d.Cell .
down take are on vocation. Phon. NICE. FURNISHED three Rafrlg. rood
nothing overpayment 964.6362. 5/17 and Transcriber I I. Food Servlc. 10,000 mil**. Croat gasmileage. VACANCY Energy Coordinaoy on countymaintenance Commercial! .let St.-best location-Owner. .....
*, lawtey Itpd room both opt. Electric road.
13053495218. 5/17 3tpd NEED SOMEONE to clean vacant furnished. Phone "' .8071. Supervisor, Daywo,".', Phone 7823065. with Suwonnee. large Apartment compleK-ln. f wn-$10,000.Owner.....'
River Economic
Sl17 Council. Inc.Saloy
Itchg "1.100. Rambling" elder Mae plus S acre.
5/31 home for re-.al.< or Itpd 5/17 Sewing Machine Operator. 1ACRES WITHTRAILIRiOoublowlde
I rental? "_lOnabia. Phone THREE BEDROOM: trailer Bookkeeper. ttchg S/17 1968 FORD OAlAXIIi 4 range.$7384$9900.BOSept 3 *tere-Heert Sterketa 1 leas or ....,.
: i : : anytime. "' -6362. Hpd 5/17 convenient to (hopping PART-TUM! JOB application/ door, good running condition. 1979. and ember suitable for farming. 42 acre ........ city Owner lku ncd.
30.
1 tl''U'I 'N 0"I ELEVENTH GRADE GIRL center. No pet or chlldr.... now being taken for Time April Inspected. AT. Manage coordinate -, 80 ACRES of timberland on $2100 4 .lot. laurel Baptist ......

'. ,',''''," '' '" ,,.,'. ., need babysitting lob during Phone ....1810. Itpd 3/17 Union carrier route*. Must AC regular gas. 389 c.l. background Energy'In construction Program graded road. Brick 4BR 2B ..... acre out .. clt,.
summer at your home. TWO BEDROOM: furnished be able to post bond and engine. Asking $450. Phone and LARGE ACREAGE. $...100 lot an lOIN IDS' a 211.
administration." Bon-
FOUND HORSE: Can hove by Write P. O. Box 606, Slake mobile horn.. fISO/month have dependable cor.Phon. ....I51I. Itcha 5/17 doble. have automobile and AVAILABLE lake Santa .. .Let 7$' a 400' $14.100. Owner .....
Identifying and paying for ad 5/17 5/24 ....5165. 3/17 .
2tpd plus d.poslNO PETS. llchg valid Florida driver Ikon 80 200- --330
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and upkeep. Phon. 964.7655. DAY CARE IN MY HOMSiMorgan Phone 964.6543.ltchp 5/17 1978 FORD FfOO pick-up. Submit Application to Jane S. Usher. ......,. Bill Sills Astoclete 473-2180
Itpd S17FOUNDt Rd. ar_. Phon. KEYSTONE HIIOHTSlLokefront .-:-:,,::. ,.:,:: ",," : Ranger Lariat package traction Suwonnee River Economic 494-1124., ....2t03. Lucille Conner Spry A..dat.1420
Mal. Doberman InStork. 964-7976 Cathy Taylor. 5/17 3 BR, 2 both. f M'ISCELAMEOU I lock rear ..... 7.000 Council. Inc.. P. O. Box 70. .
.. Good housedogGentle 2tchg 5/24 CH/A all appliance, .. .... .. ..... .. .'. .c,.,..}.,,, miles, still under warranty. live Oak. Florida 32060. ATTENTION SEVERAL ITEMS 1975 Honda
and affectionate. Owner can YARD WORK DONSl gall carpet and drape.. .. .. -. .. -.oo Good deal. Bans 431-1434 : Personnel Deport. 400- 4 eyl.$800 Craftsman. t'..... -

identify or free to good home. cutting hedge trimming' Available July 1. annual FREI TO OOOO HOMEl with after S p.m. 5/17 3tpd 3/24 m...'. Closing date. May 23. Radial' Arm :5_. 1O" Made
We will glv. shot. Phon. sidewalk edging and yard 1_... $343/month. After 5 fenced yard. Mixed breed 1979. An Equal develop 2 hp.r $225. Contact FURNITURE '
964-3833 AM or after 6 p.m. hpd raking, etc. Phone 964-6380 p.m. 13732296. S/114tdg mote, on. year old good Employer. Itchg Opportunity R. Cochran. 1170 S.W. REFINISHING I I
S/17 Monday thru Saturday 7 6/7 with children. Ha all (hot*. U-Catch 4th. Tern. Shows Addition ----- | | Ontum'21
a.m. to B p.m. Bpd 5/17 Phon. 964-7373. Itchg 5/17 Lake ""I.,. 3/102tpd 5/17. Free Eetheet |
Catfish & Bream ---
.. tt : S TRESiE78x14. Mounted.For 8..*U...Acre ,
- .s 'lb ; : : : I: : '69 Plymouth wheel: M.- rrL lOSIITIIEALFJTATE

Southside News four-Ilka ,,_."9000. Call *...r' 440.... I I IPbeoei
Elementary Open) at. POUND 496-3694. Itpd S/tO. ---956.1699WQIIDPIUIn,-_. I 964-7828

........ Dates to remember: May 21, aU festive harpoon device that can be All DayBriniBait STRAYED COWl Describe PIT BULL TERRIER PUPSil
fifth grade students will go to the MId- deadly to its enemies as well as to and pay for ad. 4962219. week old: pu,. brad. 14 986 N. Temple

die School at 9 a.m. for orientation. man. The moat prized shell of the collection S/3 2tchg 3/10. Phono 496-3453 after 7:30: Starke Fla.

They will be given an overview of the was a beautiful golden cowrie, .m. Itpcf I S/17. ]
curriculum and a tour of the school to valuable LOTs ...... .' .. -- : S
because of Ita
very rareness 1 Ml. W. Of Graham FEMALE PIT BUUDOOl ; < make the transition easier for them Five Brick,*BR. 1%B, CH/A.on
among shell collectors. The students ''' '
month old female. White f'() / t 'f1j.) t 2" Thru 6'
next year. enjoyed his presentation and asked SR48 w/block ,f, ,,!S, ,It.r.jJ. : 10 ocre
May 28, Memorial Day holiday, many thought-provoking questions. tall.spot Last on ear seen cropped In- .- ", "'F --" ." Fast Rotary
schools will be closed. Thank you, Mr. Lane from the fourth Southwest section of Lake Drilling Equipment Spacious 4 BR, 2MB, FR
May 31, Meeting at Southside of aU grades. lu.. '.,. Answer to S Bedroom 2 Mock House from approximately Main STATE LICENSED with FP, LR DR. &.g. Kitchen

parents and teachers of children in The new safety patrol members for STEVE BROADWAY .... .H Call 496-2222. Street, SI SO. Call 496-3136 ...... ................ 2 car gorogo 20x40
the Title I program 2 p.m.All parents the last six weeks of the 1978-79 school I.Ext. aJ. RIWAID.Itpd 4962903.4/S pool quiet neighborhood
of Title I children are Invited and encouraged year are: from the Shelly TREE SERVICE 3/10. or tfnchg. ...J Pumps: CHI A.
Albert 1 ...
to attend. *>> *>*9
Hall, Kimberly Stacey *Removal *Trimming TWO BEDROOM, furnished
June 6, third grades will go on a Grlffis Jackie Nguyen. Brooke *Free Estimates : -W': : l lJ $135 mo., first. and 1 loot required. New A UaedSaI..Pelts.Servlc. Small ftame house on 1
field trip to Silver Springs. Williams Tammy Grlffis, Gene [ )dISIX acre lot, Ralford very
June 7, The Title I kindergarten Powell and Shannon Higginbotham. 473.4732 J TWO BEDROOM IN WORTHINOTON reasonable.
class of Mrs. Susan Nichols-Mrs. From fifth grade MarxhaU Phillips. Keystone Heights SPRINGS $165

Mary Agnes Ferguson will go on a John Cox. Christa Jacobsen Suzie OUNCI contour Coco- mo., first' and last required.on E-Z TermsJPIumblntp Lg. 4 I'. frame on 2.$
field trip to Anastasia Park near St. Wilson and Jeff Starling. Cola bottl. from ,take one acr. lotJswa S. ...................... acre..
Augustine.June Buller. Florida. Will pay ""'er. ......,. 494-1124 or

students.8, Last day of school for The P.E. classes at Southside have [B FIORJIA8DREAltt ins$20.00.6233.Wm.It.F. Setter Petersburg. P.O. ....1t03. .. .. Lg. I Mary frame( perfectfor
'In town on
been having tournaments to close out Beach.; Florida. :33736. 4/5 apartment
June New .
11 and 12, teachers' post plan Installation 2 lot
ning days. the unit on recreational activities. Pho...964-7780 "pcf 5/3 REGISTERGAS
'The tournaments were of the single- 393 N. .... .AvenueOpentet.Stun. Remodeling Repairs
WANTID TO BUYS Silver" Lovely J story house on
Mrs. Linda Alday chairman of the elimination type and have been of the coin before 1964. Paying" AND OIL ...................... comer lot. Mocdenny.Lg. .
following activities Bocce (old
PTA Refreshment Committee on r four time face or better. sos s. n.. tt. st. .
behalf of Southside School Italian game), horseshoes, a hut- t urrance Brick 3 BR. 2B CH/A
thanks to all parents who expresses donated floor tetherball. tether tennis GET A LOT YOUNG WHILE) YOU'RE Call ment.752-3330 The Boekcese.for appoint Lake W-Sttt ...................... Dan LR. DR. fRo lovely

food and money for the PTA meetings tennls1 and Individual Jokarl pin bowl City Plaza. S/3 4tchg 5/24. I LP Bottles 17x34 pool.
square tug-a-war. PUMP
this PTA officers and a SUPPLY
year. special 2 'lots close In. &
the
Congratulations to champions for Building
people who have assisted with 1971 Mobile honM set
mastering these activities. The PE. 1,200 ooh.Waterfront Motor Homes Filled COMPANY up
meetings all parents and workers at on Vt acre lot.
the PTA classes have now moved into a Ads Get'Results
Carnival at Holloween
lot 1tl3Nie2.11 inMaEIn
softball-Uckball unit WIth "Improvement
deserve a special thanks for their ef- 864 N.temple'Ave.Starke 3 BR. 2 B, L'. DR. F'. Brick
forts. The Jack 'N' Jill all purpose *, ready to TIm CHI, In town on dead-

combination slide stairway and climbing On Wednesday. May 23,. the top WIth build 20 owner do_.will finance TlfcMstart Fla. and paved ........

play equipment purchased by I elementary physical fitness **
the PTA from carnival funds for the y specimens in the county will converge ---- frame 3 BR. In city
kindergaren playground is being In- r at the Bradford Coun High School Handyman'pedol., aon.dsdnxnrdlal .984-7061 moderately priced.
I stalled now. The appreciation of all Track to participate in the annual good'.:...,,YMt.
teachers at Southside is extended to j physical fitness meet. Sixteen boys mont $13.000.. ;, MOBUI HOME- 1969 12 M M ft. with skirting' on ISO M 300 Lot an ........ L.... 100
the many volunteers who have con i and girls from each elementary t.' .h, 5 ft. tree shaded landscaped lot about 3 mile South of Ft frontage.
Wont a new home two I ls lake Butler State Rood 121, 2 BR 1Bath.
tributed a total of 1856 hours of school in the county will be there to on Sign on property.
assistance to teachers and students represent their school in the compel ready for you to, choose 1 Vinyl" covering on kitchen: floor. New textured rug SERVICE POLES Acre ego en 301 North B
during the 1978-79 school tion. The boys and girls are selected color of decor.Ivenlngn I and pad In living room. 120 ft. well WIth 1 year old Sear South.

Attention all parents year.of children .' because of their performance on thewhowlllenterkhrdergartennextfaU fleeie cell Recent _. I..*..| roof coating applied. Two out. 100 AMP

: American Alliance of Health Vernle P. Odom. Broken buildings and a..- _. Back yard fenced and cross- I B 2 acre .lot*. Graham

r You are invited and urged to come to t' Physical Education and Recreation CM. phone,9648474Peer fenced. Most furniture and many extra Item Included area. Graded rood. Term
r Southside School to register your 6. (AAHPER physical fitness test !Andrew ......m.L. WIth fins dean well kept ham:*. 13300. Shown l by ap .

t child In advance of the fall rush. By which Is given to each third fourth .G.Dull 964-711 pointment. Call 373-0950. Brick 3 B*. 2$. /Ig. FR with

registering now you will be assured a fifth sixth seventh and etghtil grader Mary Hamilton 964-6235 FP. New River area.
place on the school class rolls which i In the county. The meet la scheduled Ward Peck and Associate. Inc. Realtor Associate .

are normally compiled during the to begin at 9 a.m.Wednesday May 23. I P.O. Box 576Gainesville. Mcherd RobertaAMiOedwta

summer. You will also be advised as All parents are invited and encouraged FIegAldwerdel..hy. tl 5/17 FlorIda :33602-

to what immunlztions are required to come watch the competition. ......r 1.1 Judith Ffyim
before a child can enter school and PetsySlteeNORMAN .
',. you will save much time by not hav Mrs. Donna Gruen's fourth-fifth Lake Retreat 2-level ,

J. tag to stand in line to register In the,I grade class Is proud of their home en little laka FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDSIN TRATL03 UNDCUARIXG

.k fall. Please come to the school office Superstars: Ken Pressley Sheila .. :I'Mdaeom.J: 2 '
between 8:30: a.m. and 3 p.m., or call ',' 'Shannon. Lorrie Cason. Slim Martin 'oJ bath*,'playroom-.beautiful BRADFORD COUNTY AND FILL'DIRT
"{ .' ...5588 If you need further Informa' I :, Sharon Woods Angela Manning ,,1 sloping kit-d.ar sand bet-
,yM1 tion. .' Honiker. Iris Smith. Kim tort, lake. 372-1531 '- CALL Starke Fla. 004-5374 .
...ot Mrs. Iva Jean / Non .'. If No Answer
h: Harrell's and Mrs. I Greg Wiggins, Louise .' Gainesville.. v ." 782-3422 "
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t Carol Clark's fourth grades enjoyed! 1 XQulrm, and Marshall Phillips. The ", ,Equipment On Hand -' .
t having Erie Lane's father.Ted Lane. I good spellers for the last week are BILL POWELL Tyro, Wheel.Ono Loader WKn Grading Sox
I visit with them and share many Interesting r Lorrie Cason,Sherrt lervalina.Peony : ------.... ems.. Dow JO 380 8 )".y .,*...,

I items obtained while living Jefferson. Kim Norman. Sheila Shan- | CLASSIFIED AD Large Dotty JO 78O 4 Way B......'

la the South Pacific The collection noon. Iris Smith, Greg Wiggins 1 DeadlUe for .Insertion REAL ESTATE ". Pour Wheel Drive Loader.With, Root Pske. Or Buoket
contained sea shells, a five foot hand- .. Louise O'Qulnn Joey Dawkma T- ... I BRUSH CHIPPER
: carved wooden shark with real Donald Davis. Tammie Honiker.. ( Ttivrsdey before puWI- SMALL AND LARD DUMP TRUCKS'" .

shark's teeth and a few war reltas. Angela Manning. Marshall PbIW... r tlen. t 964.6464. 24 Hra. Setvlcea Provided,
i : Mr. Lane Is a scuba diver and many 'Stefan Wheeler and. Sharon, Woods. I Minimum charge 12.... ,Orlvewcy .e4. yi
: Items he shared and talked about he ''"' : J (Cover li 1 Word). t Rondo 'LancloIHrtng I
I .: had obtained from the beautiful \. Good spellers of the week from Ms. I Eadtwerdevecl Custast Lot Dremeg Ottoh** \

.' Islands throughout the Sooth Pacific f t; Phyllis Goldberg's fifth grade are: I I N If cent* I ASS9CIATE4gpcraMVnrerz Clearing. Custom Oreo War, *,

,; including Guam (their home from ) Laura Garcia, Jay Hayes. Lynn I I Net responsible for oner* iJ(: '" ) i j I Materials Hauled' ;

lS74-7), Truk. Ponape Yap Koror, i\ \- Holtiendorf. Monica Maslowskl, WW.fl f iVWt H"/atf the* j pMd.er .. i CWO (RET) DOM DE SANTIAGOy Topooll,:" :. \ i $d CioyP9Gkt't )

and Slapan. The shell collection contained t, <', Theresa! McCoUum, Paula McKInney f when copy I* ant typed I i tHPi1 #}. >* ;' 4J.: f"l(e--Il sal tf...;;;; '
m it several specimens of the : Rowan andyni30fl0I the ISc.. ,,.Send .
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y Tracy broufht la ( 4-6376
.: / cone shell which baa.pro ', : Jeff Sherman. t" laM -- -..-..I (Y..$:; \ ; ri":.Vv4: ," : : Send ,. / | PreMneld_ Rook,*

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