Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 24, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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"!ve4 40th Issue Thursday April 24.Ifl80 (

.tQ pF A A Bond Agreement


'Signed by County Group


X bond purchase agreement work:" Tomlinson answered nine percent. now are at 11.5
thljt will put $7 million into the seriously."I percent.

local home building market by think as soon as you turn it "Yes. I think it will work. It's

.Majr 13 was signed Tuesday loose it's going to work," said going to work only if everybody
afternoon, April 22, by the Hous- GF Manager Harold Davis. Six- supports it, if everybody pursues
ing) Finance Authority (HFA) of teen percent beats 20, Davis it," said J.E. Tomlinson.See .

Bradford County. said. The bonds started out at ; Bonds Page :U...

.Interest rate to borrowers

; wilt) be no higher than 11.5 per- Board
cent. 95 percent loans will be School RejectsAttorney's

,. madeover a 30 year period by
three local lending institutions-
tha Florida Bank at Starke;

'1 "": GUI ranty Federal Savings & SuggestionOn
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.\: rijt Lo n. Association, and the

':.'''r",, r, : .: Ke stone State Bank.o .
." t t. i. qualify for an HFA loan
+. d \ uM fa lily income can be up to 140 V 0- Tech Parking Lot

percent of the county's median
Nr,1j, wIRSPoverty'and fa lily income, which was set at
$2&044 in January and is con- Rejecting the advice of its at- and contractor not connected(

tin ally being updated to comps torney, the Bradford school with the school system, and
sate for inflation.Families of board voted 3-2 Monday night to neither authority held Salleynor

over four members get an add] hold nobody responsible for get- contractor Ernest Triest
tioi al break. Maximum loans ting 33 fewer parking spaces responsible.A .
than plans specified at the vo- discussion ensued about
that figure also changes. tech center. whether surveyor M.G
Demand for the loans will be Board chairman Arthur McMillan, not present'' Monday

felt as soon as people realize themoey Gaskins and board members night, had erred by showingsome
is available, said GF J.R.Jim( ) Lawson and J.T. Par- trees and the notation

Manager Harold Davis. Interest rish voted against accepting the "pines and oaks" outside the
has died off because people recommendation of board attorney property line on his drawing but
'we en't sure the bond issue J.J. Wolbert Jr. to hold left out trees that were inside'

would! go through, Davis said,. architect Craig Salley responsible the parking'lot area.
and the realtors and bankers in the discrepancy. Board Salley said he could not tell by
seemed to members Pat Spengler and Ver-. looking at the plans that trees
i pro nt ; \ agree or.t "
.. non Parmenter voted"'to"bold-! would have to be removed, and .
. .. . ." : ,.'" '., .' .. .: : 'aJtii: ,.)' tissue. :.* :. Salley responsible*but lost 3-2. ,,could) not tell'where the proper. '( "
; ''I"!.. '. iIIr'" ""'* ,10.-.. .'/1' r" ,:-' : t. .. ._... ... ,-. ; 1 total is $8.6
million, the'largest single issueev.r No further action was taken ty line was for sure until some
f. sold of the by the board; the matter ap- landmarks had been establish
Hobo Stew... by an agency
the shoes of the president, below. See social'pages county. Bond underwriters will parently was dropped.The ed.
o' Figuring everyone would have given the shirt off 972 school board instructed Salley said he didn't ask for
for $8.324.600,
their back to the IRS, the Strawberry Swingers story. pay or percentof Wolbert on March 6 to investigate the trees to be shown on the
Club members each brought a can vegetablesto the total issue. After reserve
celebrated the end of tax season with a poverty 'who was responsible, because he thought they
go into a Hobo stew prepared, by Marty Barry. funds and fees are taken there survey
dance. They cooked the stew and ate from the can they will be a little over $7 million to the architect surveyor. or con- were all outside the propertyline

\ Everyone came dressed real down and out, or brought. Nobody turned his nose up; it was good actually be loaned out to local tractor, for the board getting but some were inside.
worse. The local square"dancers chose Louise The Strawberry Swingers dance every Thursday'' residents who qualify. fewer parking spaces at the new Triest said there was not

Hightower, right above and below, the "poorI8t"looking night beginning at 7:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall The bond purchase agree- vo-tech site than called for in the reason to measure, to see if the

lady Hobo and Doc Tidwell, not shown, as of the First United Methodist Church in Starke. ment was signed by HFA Chairman plans. survey was right before biddingthe
the worst looking man. Other hobos shown are Visitors are welcome. George Roberts and by Salley originally told the job. He did the job without
Jeanette Hamilton above left, and May and Harry The current square dance class will receive Glen Fisher of the school board that 10 trees had to considering removal of the 10
Hatcher, below left.Mrs. Hightower is dancing with badges and become members of the Strawberry Swingers St.Petersburg investment bank- be removed at a cost of$75 each trees because they were not

Club President John Greene, above, and brushing next Thursday night May 1. ing firm of Fischer Johnson, to pave the parking lot. But shown on Salley's drawings.The .
Allen, and Burke, Inc. HFA when it was found the parkinglot board did not pay for
members, countyattorney had to be smaller than planned something twice said chairman

aijn! aiouin airier Hart Seeks County Seat the Dudley investment Hardy, and banking members firm of pay, the the board$750 for was removal not asked of the to been Arthur shown Gaskins.on the Had plans the trees the

will travel to New York May- trees but, instead, traded the board would have had to pay to
tree removal for the loss of the have them removed. Gaskins
t Homer F. Hart 49, owner- to sign the bonds and complete .
sale of the bonds. 33 parking spaces."I said."You've
t of Moonlight Enter-
operator don't quite agree with got( just what you
About all that could stop the
prises on SR-100 west of Starkeon several statements that have paid for down there" said
ensTIiURSDAYAPR.24 housing bonds now would be if
the Bradford-Union County been made." said board member Gaskins. The chairman said the
some of the buyers
lineannounced Wednesday,
J.T. Parrish of Wolbert's recom surveyor made a mistake in
back but that is not
out ex-
April 23. he will seek the
said he and
I mendations. Parrish got showing some trees not
J pected, said attorney Hardy.
District 5 county commission 47 really involved in the controversy others and that Salley erred In
sold the
Once the bonds are
vacated Mrs.
post being by
and consulted an architect interpreting the drawing to
local institutions
lending can
Hazel Paulk.
mean there were not trees inside
Hart built his feed seed fertilizer begin making loans. be for
the to
area t
and farm supply store in "Do you think 11.5 percentwill '
'. the fall of 1975.He says he's well fly?" asked HFA board Index. parking.It all
.. was a misinterpretation
member Ralph Bryan."It
CHILI: SOUP LUNCHEON known among the agriculture Salley said. "We really thoughtthe
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beats percent, joked
11 L.I..IJletll community and is not unknownin TitctKrclioniiSECTION property'line was off. We
Hall Starke. He is married to the local realtorPhillip Clark A:
) 41.t Fellowship "Can we get our checks News.. ... .... .......PagiM IA..'" were not trying to put anythingover
byUMW1.00AUoRoiucAYwl former 'Loretta J. Merritt, a : \ News Brief... .... ........Page 2A on anybody.( "
for sale I.I lafront former employee in the office of ." : back?, asked Florida Bank Society.. ,.. ..,......Pag*.. ISA-7A opposing Mrs. Spengler's
:I plants Hall Tax Collector J.R. Kelly before ...5i "" President J.E. 'Tomlinson Inquired Editorial., ... .......6..Post iA
of the Hart's built their store. jokingly. Legal. ... .. ....... ..Page IOA motion to.accept. attorney'Wolbert's
: Real E ........... .10.\ recommendation to
.. "Um.. Yeah. 'I think it will t..M..r .
F gj\TVf>PAY.APR.28 See Hart, Page 3A Homer Hart. SECTION KsSnnrln Parrish and Gaskins had Switched .

MDDIMf... !YOUR OWN".... .. ...... ..........,.4R-I2H their stands of March 6 when
--Sunk- Supper- Obituaries",::,.':. 4.':.:..i;.,.. fiB : :'
,. EIIIa Lodge-6:30.... 33- Unit' Shriner Parade Due Here May 3 Clamiinrdit.....,. .,........ ,..tin See V-T Parking. Page :3A.

: and be from< '
each purchased
.proceed up' 301 to Starke may
"This will probably be the big.
..-.MONDAY.APR.28 Elementary School. -. any Shriner or at the door. The Predicted
gest parade Starke'has ever Mild Weather Showers
dinners wH( be eaten In or taken
HEALTH CLINIC seen:' says Mac Baldwin of the. A chicken dinner will be served ,

'"1 All Klncslty AgesPa.w.ti112soon Lk.CM Outer local Shriners 12th annual from noon.until 4 p.m. at the out.Former Florida Gov. Charley The Division\ of Forestry recorded the following rain in Brad-
i. .' chicken dinner and parade'set'May ,SE cafeteria Tickets are $2.50DAYLI'GIT .
I .Johns of Starke. Florida Com- ford County over the weekend: -
I. ? TUESDAY.APRIL 29 3, with proceeds going to :. missioner of ';Agriculture Doyle Friday .8 of an inch was reported at the New River station;

*. TALENT8HOW the ShrinerCrippled Conner, and Rep. Frank Saturday .8 of an inch was recorded at the Highlands tower;'.3.

'Irt.Beta Clell- BUS Gym. Children's Hospital ,and. .... ;, .. Williams. D-Crystal Lake all of an inch at New River station and 1.1 inch at the same toweron
I1.00-.7JOPJC Shrln ra' Burn Hospital. '
... members of the Starke Shrine Sunday.
,Bradford Count Thirty-three Shrine Templeand ':; "." Club are expected to be present Official U.S. weather station at WPXE studios in Starke

; Zoning Board club units have promised to 'I .' and participate in the parade reported 1.65 inches with an inch and a half of that total from
7:JO PJ* be in the parade, with their $100 worth of chicken dinner 12 to S: p.m.'on that date. Saturday rainfall was recorded at..05,. ,
.: County. Courthouse special vehicles, plus many local tickets will be passed put free I Forestry off clall' said the -expected high for. Thursday

Courtesy''Of, < .floats and groups have indicated 'SAVINGS ,TIME: during the parade by the MorocJ J (today), is 86 with a low humidity of 34, winds NW at 6 mph.i

they"'. participate! ,. Baldwin co Temple Clown Unit. I .:) with no raiq but scattered clouds.,
JACKSON BUILDING, says. BEGINS APRIL 2" In lmthe local Shrine Club The weather forecast forFriday i through Sunday according :.

:' : ..will at.,11ajn.r contributed $10,000 to the i to the Divlaoa of Forestry will-'feature a weak cold front mov. "
SUPPLY Of St.rke The parade start 'Yea;,; lollul ft's that time'of y- agile> Shriner1' hospitals from the v
964-0073 on' Edwards Road behind ..bas Tee SPRING AHEADIL Sunday.Apes .: chicken other ,ing in Satu-rday..lth wind speeds increasing. With chance oft ;
> Hwy Koyiion JO) S ttaronts. Bradford Square and proceed up ST.it S.-...remember to turn your dinner sale., and shower actlvitly along and ahead" of the front. No important'V' ;
Call ,dock oat boor ahaad. Don't b Into for money raisingactivities, I :,' temperature changes otter than 'the "ea told front: ,
t '"wv 100 And 21-A. Walnut Street turn left on donations.. ,! ;
personal ; f
i .. 4/3-4973; Street and/right on US-301, and Sunday Pcbool and Caurchl fIf(
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PageZA TELEGRAPH April 24,1980 ,. w'

4 ', New l1ri f s ,. IHI.. >,.',' ',; :' : Hilton Contends forNo -

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Injuries In limit when It ran off the road onto the Falling-Log: Improper Bathing''-:' ; District 5 SeatCraig '
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shoulder for 279 feet, overateered to the I .
Hampton MishapNo left, went out of control, traveled 82 feet Causes Accident.M '-I'$ JLJ Causes Damp .

across Edwards Loop Road, and turned $ damage was done In a Mini-ear accident To Vehicle :,
one was Injured In a earpickup truck over twice.A Thursday: April X7, .t I12 a.m.oa Hilton. 'contender for Hilton emphasized the need to

mishap on CRIB two mile west of pasaenger' In the vehicle, Clifton 8E-100 9A mU.I lO'It"of Stai. ,:lie.wltp. 'No one> was Injured a road grader the District 5 State Senate seat spend tax money of the "great
Hampton on 2:10 p.m. Friday: April 18 Massey,89, of Gainesville, was taken by: BO Injuries. ear accident Thursday; ; April 17. at fc30 silent majority" effectively and
with 1280 damage done to the two rescue, unit to Bradford County: Hospital N PHP report laid 1974 GMd'semllos .... on Faxon Hud, 75 feet east of stopped in Starke Thursday, carefully but when pressed for
vehicle In Starke where he was treated for truck, operated by Ottl April 17 to talk with community
: 1011: *.>".7. ''of ,Stark. OB CR-le, with 9300 damage to he said he would
FHP said 1M7 GMC abrasions and admittedfor Brooker. specifics,
report a pickup numerous was ww southbound oa.6R-100 tile vehicle*. members and drum up campaign:
truck operated by: David W.Ell.....24.of observation. Records at the hospital when a log fell off of the MIIII into the *A 1978 Gallon road grader operated by outline them at a press con-
Lawtey: was backing out of a private show Massey left the hospital Saturday: path of a 1979 DaUun sedan driven bv Jessie Brook.88,of Stark,was grading support. ference to be held later this
drive CR-18, when 1968 Ford April 19.Trooper. Evelyn Eak... ; The 81-year-old White Springs -
onto a ; 40. of Lithia Springs ;
Fa on Road, and a 1964 Ford sedan week in White Springs
sedan driven Bessie A. 78, K.G. cited G_ ... resident competing against
by: Maxwell of Etheridge Whitingfor Eskew th.o struck the log' ,driven by: Hazel Ella Young- 88, of his
Hampton was eastbound on CR18. A. careless driving, Trooper C.R. Cory dud Ellis Ice t Improper Gtarke, was following the road grader incumbent Pete Skinner for the Stressing that grassrootscampaign
Maxwell approached Eiland he backed drivers license and dropping load District 5 is would be funded
the Highway Patrol, report stated. WhenBrooke seat running on a
onto CR-18 and Into the Maxwell vehicle. on highway.. contributions of.no
Loss Of Control ; .. stopped for CR-18 and Young campaign of "issues not per- through .
D.C. cited David W.
Trooper Robert Causes Accident 2 Girls Charged topped behind Brooks, Brooke then sonalties.. more than $250 each.Hilton add-
EUand for failure to yield right of way.:
backed Into Young., ed he will not accept any contributions
With Falsely' Trooper C.R. cited Brooks for Improper
".050 damage was recorded In a one- from any special interest
Youth HurtIn vehicle accident Sunday April 20.at':111 Reporting A CrimeTwo valid registration.backing and cited Young for' DO Carter Extends group.

2-Car MishapA p.m.Loop 1.8 with miles injuries.FHP south of Starke on GrlffU female juvenile have bees charged Emergency Farm Besides careful spending of

no with falsely: reporting a crime to the tax money Hilton also stated
report said a 1978 Ford pickup 2 Brothers-Arrested Loan Program
Bradford County Sheriffs ,
17-year old Miami :youth required truck operated by Anita E.Parsons Godwin Department that he is against the Equal
treatment at a local hospital for a cut lip 31,of SUrke.was traveling north on according to Wiley Clark, Investigatorlor In Battery ChargeTwo Rights Ammendment. saying
the state attorney' office In
after he Involved ins two-vehicle accident President Carter has signed legislation
was Grlffl. Loop when the vehicle ran off thepavement and
They were charged after an incident extending the Farmer Home Administration that "equality among men
north of Starke
C-233 five mile
on onto the eaatside shoulder for brother arrested
were on an
Monday, April 21 at '.5S p.m. with distance of 240 feet.Then Godwin came that took place. Tuesday night AprIL 15, battery: charge In connectionwith aggravated Economic Emergency Loan women has been carefully provided
$2278 damage done to them. back on Grlffi. Loop for a distance. of 98 when the girl reported to deputies thatthey an incident the Backdoor Lounge, Program until September 80, 1981. The by the 14th ammendment

FHP report said a 1976 Datsun station feet before running off the pavement on- : bad male been In his sexually 20',according assaulted to Clark.by awhite US 301 about a mile south of Stark, according program wa due to expire on May 18 to the constitution."
wagon operated by: Lee Roy Parker was to the southslde shoulder for a distanceof and to Bradford County Sheriffs this year. If elected Hilton promised to
going west on C233 at a speed too fast 64 feet. Then It traveled an additional The girl reported to deputy: Clark Department records, with the Incident Michael R Hlghtower. Florida FmHA
personnel from the Divtson of Youth Services travel to Starke once a to
for condition of the road. A 1977 Ford 124 feet off the westside pavement edge taking place) last January 8. Director: said "President Carter' action
John Bennie that they were approached by the will enable. u. to continue the Economic present and explain current
pickup truck driven by onto the westside shoulder and onto Leroy: and Clean Grim( both of
Sapp ..,of Starke,entered C-233 aheadof private property: and struck a house owned power plant In Starke on SR-100 and Stark,were arrested Tuesday April 15, Emergency Program, not only throughthe legislative bills and activity
taken to where they were
Parker who traveled west a shortdistance by Mr. and Mrs. Claude Morgan. assaulted.a area second thatthey on the charge of aggravated battery of remainder of this year but through Hilton got off to a rocky start
and slowed to make left turn. They: gave a story the next fiscal a* well. Although the
a Trooper K.G. Etheridge cited Godwin US 301 south of Charles Hall with a deadly: weapon In the year last week in Gainesville when
Parker was unable to stop or avoid a collision for careless driving.Washed were picked up on parking at the lounge. EE Program was, not due to end until '
and skidded Into the rear of Sapp'svehicle. Starke. three After being booked, both were released May IS, we were just about out of rund.wh.n thinking he was making an off-
They were Interrogated for the President signed the bill on the-record statement said Skin-
on a 11.000 bond from
Parker was taken to Bradford County Out Ruts hours, and during admitted the course that the of the the Bradford County: Jail In Stark. March 30." ner had offered him a job not to

Hospital In Starke where he was treatedfor Cause DamagesNo wa discussion false, according they to Clark. story A Stark attorney: filed a written pleaof The EE Program provide direct or run. Skinner later denied the
and released guaranteed loan to farmer and ranchers -
a laceration of the lip
not guilty: to the charge and their case
after treatment, according to hospital of Clark aald they: admitted going willingly who suffer economic hardship charge. .
have been
one .Injured In a one vehicle accident to a man' house and having ...aualrel.tionl tentatively set for trial the who is married and
ficials. week of June 2, 1980. because of area or national economic conditions Hilton
Sunday. April 20 at 6 43
W.M. Abrama dted Parkerfor p.m. with the man. beyond their control. FmHA two'children
Trooper miles south of Starke on Meng Dairy provided has graduatedfrom
.peed too fast for condition. Road Woman ArrestedFor $139.7 million In economic Occidental College in
with 1.000 damage, to the pickup Shoots Into' assistance. to Florida farmer
truck.FHP. D.W.LA last California in 1973. He owns his
report Mid a 1976 Chevrolet Oasis LoungeA y.ar.Hlghtew.r said the new law Immediately 'own business. the deHultori-
Out Of Control pickup truck, operated by Harold Edward 28-year-old: Starke woman was arrested -
Car Injures ManA Water., Jr., 20, of SUrke. was on a drunk driving and two counts 85-y......... Starke man was arrested Increases the ceiling on Donnelly Co., "a confidentiality
tr..Unl..at, on Meng Dairy Road when of battery: ,and two count resisting arrest Wednesday: April 18 for shooting outstanding principle for EE loans nationwide consultant to governments and
from $4 billion $8 billion.
hospitalized ins the vehicle ran Into some rut. that hadbeen with vlol.n_ The arrest was made into an occupied Waldo liquor lounge,according major corporations.",. :
male passenger was FmHA has already obligated the $4
by the Bradford County Sheriff.
washed out In the unpaved road Department to Alachua County Sheriff
one vehicle accident Friday: April 18 on billion authorized under the Agri.ultureCredit
way. Water then began, to bounce. from Tuesday April 15. on a complaint Department record
Edward Loop Road 1.1 miles west of Act of 1978. The additional $2 Friends Of The Library
one aide to the other In the rule for a Died by the Starke Police Department on .
Stark with $3.500 damage done to the C. with billion will be allocated the states,
Sonny Tstaton to
distance of 60 feet. He then came out of an Incident that took place last March 8. was charged Drive Is On
vehicle. the ruts and headed for the ditch He Clara J. Thornton was arrested on shooting Into the Oasis Lounge. US 801 about half of it for use this year.
FHP report said a 1978 Dodge sedan applied and CR-225 about mile The law requires that stronger
brake with the truck skidding D.W.I. and two count of battery of a north of the new '
operated by Shirley Strich Whiting, 88, sidesaye to the right.pickup Water then- Starke Police officers Patrolman Asa Waldo city: limits, where Rose Koby, 35, "credit elsewhere" criteria be enforced Recently, letter have gon. out to
of Archer was traveling west on Edwards went Into the eouthside ditch and the Sharp and Lt Denton Devoe; plua and Larry: Edward, 85. were la the before an EE loan can be approved. Any "Friends of the Library" to renew their
Loop Road exceeding the .peed pickup truck overturned. resisting arrest with violence of lounge at 10 ..".. according to ACSD application for an insured loan of membership for this year
Patrolman Sharp and Lt Devoe. record $300,000 or more must be accompaniedby
Trooper K.G. Etheridge cited Watersfor During the past year your library has
Thornton posted bond of $323 the At ..arraignment : letter from at least two privateleaders
operating a vehicle with no valid on an hearing in provided children' films adult film
driver license.Auto DWI caw and $1,050 on the othercharges Gainesville. Teuton wa ordered by the explaining why they turned (popular with the Senior Citizens) holiday .
down for FmHA
,and was released from the Bradford the request a loan. expects
court to from
stay away Edwards In parties for children Girl Scout
Published every Thursdayat to issue the strengthened regulations
County: Jail In Starke.Gov. order to remain free without bail.
shows, bookmobile
138 W.Call Street Burns With within 30 to 60 days. pet serve nursing
Starke. Florida tl home on Mondays, a Magic Show.
No InjuriesNo Christmas eardnaklng. summer rsa di ng

Second Class postage paid at one was, Injured In a ear fin Saturday Graham 2 More Death Warrants program several travelogs and elide I
Starke, FloridaSubscription April 19. at 7:30 p.m. in the parking Signs ...............: shows, several' art and crafts exhibits
and a community bulletin board. We are
lot of Pinehurst
Grocery store, "
Rates: South In Starke, with $400 proud of the many different events the I'::1'
damage to the
Bob Graham Friday. had stalked the youngster. defense not '
were given
In trade area: If.M per year vehicle.A library provides; however, we still think
$5."six months spokesman for the Starke Fire April 18. signed death warrantsfor Witt's case marked the first access were involved in the the major interest to the public is the

Department said the fire wa.confined to two Florida State,Prison time Graham has made a final sentencing process. availability of reading material. Due to I

Outside trade area: .1....per year. the motor in a Lincoln-Mercury vehicle death row inmates including, decision in the case of arj inmate, Some < time ago .the of'U.SJ the ,cut in the book budget and the increased

.....six months belonging" to C.W.Owner,of Jackaon- one who .recently :underwentn, / whose. mental eapfjit was, .,.. court r\lle.dd\ that money to coat be"of able books"to we p'Circhiae need more the

.......""" .-.,." "vU ?J\. ". psychiatric examinations ...and,. quest 1..2.'J. defense lawyers must have ac- literatyre.you are Interested in. We

recommended commutation to Early this year Graham cess to all materials involved would like to know how you feel!

NEW life imprisonment for a third ordered Witt examined by three when a death sentence is imposed. The Bradford County Public Library \,

SHIPMENT convicted killer. psychiatrists. In the governor'spress No date has been set for that 'want your friendship and support. If

Death warrants for convicted release announcing the appeal. you haven't joined the Friends won't you I''

APPLE TREESVarieties murderers Johnny Paul Witt. signing of Witt's death warrant Gibson was the fourth inmate. Remember please take this- "America'opportunity to Greatest do 101

37. of Tampa and James David it was said the psychiatric tests Graham has recommended for Bargain the Library".

growing., developed especially for Florida Raulerson 30. of Jacksonvillewere showed that Witt has the capacity clemency. Two others have Here's how you join: 12 for a singlemembership

the to understand the meaning of received commutations while ; $5 for a Family membership
signed by
ANNA' easy DORSETTMld.Bloom Richard Henry Gibson governor.33, of the death penalty and the the third case is pending. The ; or 110 land over) Patron.

EINSHEMER.I.I.S.oo. Jacksonville won a clemency reason it is being imposed upon governor may commute a death

(CDor.." ensures better pollination ol ell Florida recommendation that the him.Witt sentence to life in prison if threeof Half McKay's: Campaign {

>K Apple tree ",,".u..) cabinet will consider Tuesday. was convicted of the Oct. the six cabinet members con

Large Healthy Container Grown May 6.The. 23 1973. murder of Jonathan cur.Gibson Funding Ilia Own
Mark Kushner. son of a prominent was convicted of the

Trees 6' 8' Tall death warrants go into effect Tampa professor. He and May 10. 1975. shooting death of

Friday. May 16 at noon and another man. Gary Tillman ab- Antonio Chumbo a Brazilian State Sen. Buddy MacKay.
D-Ocala raised $154.434 in the first
Save 3 699 expire Friday, May 23. at ducted and
noon. the youngster gagged seaman. Chumbo and another three months of 1980 for his
The executions have been set by him so tightly that he died Brazilian seaman were lured by Democratic campaign for the U.S.

Florida Stae Prison superintendent from suffocation. The boy was two women to a secluded part of Senate but over half of it was his own

FEED AZALEAS -t E.C. (Sonny) Strickland for also sexually mutilated. west. Jacksonville where they money according to a campaign expenditure

,r: Composted 7 a.m. Wednesday May 21. Tillman was given a life were shot and robbed by Gibson report filed In Tallahassee,

NOW' WITH #I COW If the executions occur on sentence and Witt was given the and another man. and Associated reported Press April 10 by the,

81 schedule they would take place death penalty because Circuit

GRO-TONE feGAG. MANURE almost a year to the day after Judge Herboth Ryder said Witt !nan Robs food StoreA MacKay a well-to-do attorney and
killer John A. citrus grower, reported dipping Into
Spenkelink was the dominant in the
** 1-1-1 Analysis/ was partner black male armed with a rifle his own pocket for $92,304. far more
SPECIAL All; Organic Weed Free put to death last May 25. His relationship.On held up the Junior Food Store at the than he raised at a series of "birthday
death marked the first execu- Monday April 21, Witt's Bradford-Clay County line Saturday, party" fund-raisers In his campaign
rune A shape now also for thicker/ 40 LB. Bag tion in 15 years at FSP. attorneys petitioned the Florida April 20 at 11:S7 p.m. just before closing to oust Democratic Incumbent
foliage a more bloom 198 and escaped with an undetermined Richard Stone. D-Miaml.
next spring. Reg 2.89 Witt was convicted of killingand Supreme Court for a stay of ex- amount of from the night'scash

-A.Q. available/ 51 Off 2Sffa 6Ort mutilating an 11yearoldboy ecution and the high court has receipts.A .money So far MacKay has raised $331,881

Begs FLORIDA PEAT 1"ff1 after he and another man set arguments for Tuesday spokesman for the Bradford Including the money has has kicked
into his campaign war chest after
April 29.Raulerson. County Sheriff's Department said the
Quality Bu. Bag was, convicted of black male wearing a cloth over his selling one of his citrus groves His
head approached clerk Sue Runyan first quarter expenditures of $122,632
e The original Centl Pede Grass Seed BINGO! killing Jacksonville police officer 20, 01- Starke and her boyfriend brought his total spending to$289,804.
@if!. UMITED :I Michael Stewart during an Stephen Gacoch 19, of Starke from MacKay reported having $41,976 in
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JackpotEvery bery. Hauler son's accomplice'was for the money. After he got the
Among the contributors MacKay'reported
receipts he ordered Runyan and
Saturday'Kingsley killed in a shoot-out with Gacoch to go into the office and lie were several lobbyists, In-

Lake Civic Center police. down. Records show the thief then fled cluding Insurance agents' lobbyist': I''
His attorney David Bush of on foot.Records. Frederick Karl insurance adjusters
) lobbyist Thomas C.Johnson and
Tallahassee filed an appeal in also show the rifle was '
SR.1 ell. federal court last described: as a bolt action 30-30 or 410. j phosphate industry lobbyist T.E.
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Bradford) \ .i :F'eP; Development, DelayedBy

Hospital;\ \ ,I ? 6F 6F7Jn1 (!'I' ... All Differences- in Topographic" I"Data" '

Lack of an official topographic cident injured the company's
Black such a project is allowed to
: ,V141, emp
r survey has postponed an reputation in the community according ty into Santa Fe Lake is feared,
L. Alachua County review commit- ; to LaCoe.
An increase, in net ,profit,of ee's decision Hill told said in a telephone in-
$43,032 the period ('n on a-petition to ap- Some 400 houses and 20 docks terview.
over same
prove construction of a housing
could have been built legally on Hill asked that
1979 Is reported.for, the Bradford anyone oppos-
:/ County Hospital for the development and marina on the the property,and the decision to ing construction of the develop
west bank of
'first six months'of the fiscal y. the pass that joins limit the number to 72 lots was ment contact him. phone
Big and Little Santa Fe Lakes. '
to retain the natural 475-2932. and also
year according to figures 7re an attempt contact the
r.released by'Marcus Drewa, After about an hour's discussion beauty of the area, LaCoe elected officials including
Methodist Hospital with lake residents' and pointed out to the committee.The members of the area state
members of the Santa Fe Bass
Foundation fill was never entirely legislative
.Inc.,operator of the Club
j medical! facility. 4 d the Alachua County removed, according to Hill, who Representatives of DER and
Development Review Commit- fears the development would the Army Corps of Engineersare
'. through March 31, the end of i tee postponed action. Most of lead to others like it, soon overcrowding expected to be invited by
the first six months of the fiscal | the opposition came from the lake and ruiningthe the committee when the next
1 j year, the local hospital had a net residents on the other side of fishing and swimming in the round of hearings on' the con
''profit of $152,476 compared to the pass who fear the development troversial project takes place
($109,443 through' March 31, will pollute the water and area.Damage to the ecology and before the Alachua County
W879. cause damage to the wetlands pollution of the lake if the Development Review Commit
and fish spawning grounds. sewerage treatment plant from tee.ENIAM.
.The rescue unit lost $35,000 Gainesville attorney Norman
during the same six months LaCoe. part owner of the
Drewa reported Monday night. development company, was re-
,April 21, at the regular meetingpf quested to provide the
the hospital trustees. Drewa topographic survey within two ,
paid it is expected the rescue or three weeks. It is hoped the PRESENTS AMUSEMENT CO
service will lose a like amount in survey will settle the disputeover
jthe. second half of the year the location of the lake's r.
which ends Sept., or $70,000 for high water line.
'the year. Those figures don't include LaCoe and three other I

replacement of the rescue Gainesville lawyers and a,
;yimt. businessmen are partners in the

,,;:,; Santa Fe Development Company -
The trustees were informed $7 Million Pact Inked Inc. (SFP), developers of
;that Blue Cross-Blue Shield has the Santa Fe Pass project.
{adjusted employee IIFA Chairman George Roberts and Glen Allen of the St.Petersburg "I don't believe we can do I II

,hospitalization insurance to in- investment banking firm ink the pact which will give Bradford Coun- anything until we get a surveyin
,clude a room rate increase of$60 tyh $7 million in housing loans for middle income families. hand," said Alachua County I t,

_to,$80 per day with any increase Commissioner Thomas Coward,

Tn cost going to the employees. Bonds......................................................... development review committee
t-An employee appreciation chairman.
luncheon was held earlier in the from pg. 1A Plans for the 120-acre I
day, according to Drown to development on the west side of I
"Have you had a good amountof ing rate said builder Bob Harris
culminate two years of the interest?" asked Bryan, pur- who has been a big pusherfor the pass joing Little Santa Fe I
hospital being managed by the suing his point. the bond issue. Lake to Big Santa Fe Lake call I
Methodist Hospital Foundation, "Yes,but it has sort of died off The Bradford bonds are the for 72 homes,2.000 feet of beach
f1 in the last month," Davis said. third issue I in the, state to be a boat ramp, a private with special guest stars
';,Chairman Dan Williams said "Of course. it's been a big sold. Only Polk and the big$150 clubhouse, separate swimmingand "--.r'
he would like the trustees question mark if we were going million issue recently sold in sailboat areas, and a marina
.brought up to date at the to have it (the bond issue) or Duval County are ahead of Brad- for 50 boats: Con Hunley

meetings from time to time not" Bryan said. Citing discrepancies between Michael Murphy
about the activities of the "The demand is still there" ford.Credit should go to an ag- SFP, Inc. maps of the area and j

Jhp!$pital auxiliary. said Davis. gressive county commission water levels and figures sup- Friday May28RM.Jacksonville .
:...:We! often get to participate Payments at 11.5 percent interest which began to seek the housing plied by Alachua County ,
.in.their activities and there is a on a $40,000 loan wouldbe bond issue two years ago. engineer Ed Culpepper recom- Coliseum
lotto be gained by the trustees around $460 including taxes,' The ,housing bonds probablywill mended that the committee wait $7.50 & $8.50 reserved
being apprised of the auxiliary's Tomlinson said. be about the only way a mid- until the official survey is com- I .
Ticket available at AUDITORIUM and COLISEUM Boa Oflice
.Activities," Williams said. "I don't think you've got a dle income family can build a pleted before approving con- I all CAL S RECORD SHOPS REGENCY TICKET SERVICE in
., problem" realtor Phillip Clark home with money as tight as it struction. I Regency Square Mall SEARSIDowntown and Orange Paikl
: Next meeting of the trustees said, pointing out he'd lost three is now. If interest rates were "Based on primary lIVERT RECORD SHOPS, SOUND GARDEN. Pnlalka and
:, .is set Monday, May' 19, at 6:30: applications recently becausethe lower now there still would ben demographic information it appeart 1 VOLUSIA per TICKET SERVICE in Daytona Beach 2S. charge

p.m. i In- theemployee dining. money wasn't available. "'MftIey to l lend, bankers indicateToesday the developers' map does TrckelTickets'Oti !, \\1
'liJi-KVuJ. '.'.'th it UBgree.With what is (et iallr': RathWo4Take Sak.Porv,4tA -. ;:;=;
I. If'1' "I W8 'J< I tsnom "
., 11
.... n .4 tr-r. <* <**r "ft! OHIAfnh ori'the ground, said Culpepper. ,
f I' Wetland between the', high

J .more on V 0- Tech Parking........................................................ and mean water lines is subjectto
11 special regulations by the
they and Parmenter instructed to make the choice of whether to surveyor who had prepared the state Department of Environmental 'ofEckerd's
'the attorney to pursue whetherthe move the parking lot or save the site survey for Vo-Tech. Regulation and the advantage
surveyor contractor, or architect trees. Board member Vernon ."He further stated that even Army Corps of Engineers and
would have to absorb the Parmenter, said nothing duringthe though he had ordered the cannot be filled without federal low prices
cost of removing the trees. discussion Monday night, survey,the survey was done for and state permits Culpepper
Mrs. Spengler said the board but seconded Mrs. Spengler's us and therefore, we were to
said.Alachua Polaroid'scashback
has paid Salley $250.000 in fees. motion. bear the additional financial County approved
"We pay him to show us what Thinking the vote would be to burden involved. Records of the zoning the land for Planned Unit
we need" she said adding she'd accept Wolbert's recommendation School Board show that the Development (PUD) last year, it &
like to have had the opportunitymore to hold Salley responsi- School Board of Bradford County was pointed out by Bob Holton,

ble.Chairman Gaskins was sur- did, in fact independentlypay development coordinator for bonus!
onHa ... prised when Lawson voted with for the survey in question. Alachua County.A .
he and Parrish. "After much haranguing, a petition bearing 704
A native of Georgia Hart "You could have fooled me" meeting was arranged between signatures of Alachua,Bradford.
came to Florida in 1953. He moved the chairman said after the vote myself, the surveyor. Mr. Salley Clay and Putnam County
to Union County in 1960 and and called for the next item.. and Mr. Triest and various residents who live in the area :' '
worked for the UC Road Departs Nothing further was mentioned employees of Triest and Salley.At has been'' presented to the Polaroid's new fI
ment for two years. He workedfor Monday night about the vo-tech that meeting Mr. Salley. in Deland Army Corps of
the Lake Butler Farm parking lot.Wolbert's. answer to my specific questionas Engineers asking for a cease Plus
Center from 1964-71, then went analysis after to exactly what was the problem and desist order on the project.' OneStep
out 'on his own, then built the visiting the site twice with con. responded that the exact said Harold Hill a lakeside resi-
store in 1975. cerned parties was: specific problem was that the dent and spokesman for the With Take Special beautiful Rebate Indoor Offer I i
Hart says his experience on "The Architect submitted to ,building location was in error bya large group of property owners outdoor Instant pictures.t
the Union Road Department will the School Board of Bradford distance of eight feet. near the proposed project. with the press of'a button! < %
be helpful, as well as his County a change order on the "I then enquired of Mr. The Army Corps of Engineersa Features economical flash&
business background. He also paving project and at the McMillan the surveyor, if that year ago.issued a cease and motorized print ejection.
owns a bulldozer and does' land meeting for the approval of was in fact the problem and he desist order to SFP.Inc. after Includes alkaline batteries. i I
clearing work, and has built same, he specifically stated that said he would not admit' the some of the wetlands were filled No. 2122 Reg. 54.99 ,I
roads. the reason for the change order same until the property had without permits. Developers SALE 4999
Hart said he has been think- was an error on the part of the been remeasured." removed the fill dirt but the in- PRICE ......
LEIS MFan.'s: .
ing about running for the county MAIL-IN _.....00
commission for several years NESATB ........ WeCoati.
but held off until Mrs. Paulk an- INALCOST .44 99Polaroid's .
nounced she will not run again. NOTICE OF BID AFTER REBATE SSG 161on

Starke councilman and meat 'dial d \
market Wilbur Watersis
operator 1
the only other announced can The Board of County Commissioners Bradford, County, I
didate for the District 5 commis-
sion' seat. Several others, including Florida, will receive sealed bids in,the Office of the,Clerk of

Warren.'are, former Starke said consider-mayor Circuit Court, located in the Bradford County Courthouse, Sonar OneStepWith

ig the race. Starke Florida for the NewRoof be
J Project to done at the Special Rebate Offer

>Final l Registration Bradford County Jailhouse r'Itill: 10:00.: a.m. Monday, Sharp touch,clear pictures at
the of a button!
,For Santa re'binal May 5, 1980. Utilizes automatic"sonar"
'. Registration In Starke for the Never
focusing. needs 3.I
ring A-Term at Santa Fe Communi-

i fflce College In Bradford Is scheduled High today at the Thurs-SFCC Specifications;the'.t'J'Iwii 1t roof lay be obtained from the I SALE batteries No: 2156*7>I99

ay,Classes,evening April24 begin from from Tuesday*S.p.m.,m..t04 toe April pm.p.m.29 ands and Office of,the,CIe'rl<, of CrcuitCtputai6th!! : ( 'Bradford. County LEMMran.PRICE ,..'*.f../. *

iin thru June 18 Courthouse' 'MAIL-IN *f 000' A if
For more Information. stop by the K !,FJ6H( .la'ii!' 1 REBATE.a1" I aKKAUERIIAT
: Uirke SFCC office open Monday thru IN AL coir 6499, at1ear
riday from 8 a,m.to,4 p,m.or phone .
1 M-5382;: .The.Board :of,,CbubltfColnr:i: r d 9:gar!ireserve"the" \} : right Ito .- .

|_ Card" Of Thanks, ': 'reject,any::arid: .gl.bids I submitted.; :; ? \, ;' "

Our heartfelt thanks loll who extend. '
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6mfortnr! sympathy and help!I. our, fC"t "fI. ." 'l' .GlIbeit I S.. Brown.! : :,;
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E aorro.or the beautiful Mrvle. j .
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..1 offorlngi. food and other kind. <"S'4iM!\<".'\ ,' I er k. tK.:.!..I" oaVdrr: < ,.
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ti, Qh 1'ilsy From Log Rollings to Costume Balls"J.W.

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Shot in the Arm '1'\',:' s Hilliard 'gave a log- \
rolling and dance last Thursday

at his home near Sampson City.
...... Signing of the agreement to sell the county will have to borrow from. Local banks and the Both were largely attended and ,
Housing Finance Authority's bond issue to pro- savings & loan association have little loose money: the dance was much enjoyed by y
vide housing for middle income families virtually right now. all present."
assures a $7 million shot in the arm for Bradford This "social item" from the ;I, '
in the coming year. All too often the county commission receivesthe February 9, 1905 Telegraph "
brunt of everybody's criticism. This bond harks back to the days when ,'t ,
It could be the biggest thing to happen to Brad- issue appears to be one time when we'll all haveto cane grindings, peanut boilings, '?!; ,
ford County for all of 1980. If President Jimmy pat the commissioners on the back. corn shuckings, and egg pipp-
Carter's high interest rates calculated to retard ings usually combined with hoe-
the present 18 percent inflation rate, should turn Two years ago the county commission got the downs (dancing to fiddle music)
the nation's economy downward sharply the idea for such a bond issue. Back then, nobody were the main entertainment in
bond issue could be the major thing that will knew such a money source was possible. We all the rural areas of Bradford and .,I
soften the blow here. had a hard time understanding what the commissioners other North Florida counties.
were talking about. Business and pleasure was ,
usually combined in those days,
Hopefully the bond issue will keep home Nobody knew then that money would be as and friends and neighbors join- ., ,
builders and all those whose livelihood dependson tight as it is today. Nobody knew then inflation ed in to help each other in time ,
the construction business busy in 1980. That isa would be at 18 percent today.It of need whether the occasionwas I I.
surprising number of when snaking ....
people you considerall logs out of the .
the trades affected when a home is built, plus was an aggressive county commission that swamp for a new cabin or killing .) -
the realtors and lending institutions.This got the ball rolling and put tiny rural Bradford hogs to make the winter's ,
County third in the state in obtaining such a bond supply of sausage and chittlings.The .
HFA bond program and the government issue. Okay, Commissioners Hazel Paulk, Maxie beneficiary of all this extra they succeeded in every par prepare a great feast and spreadit
subsidized housing programs for lower income Carter, Jr., E.W. Hodges. Dave Shuford. and E.L. effort usually showed his ap- ticular.. on long wooden tables around
families is about the only sources local residents (Nook) Norman, take your bow. preciation by topping off the But aH Starke social events the band stand in the city parkon
labor with a shindig including weren't quite so frivolous. Many Church Street. Some of the
Fair Wa fiddling, dancing, and a fine local ladies spent the quiet after- guests not only filled
ling spread of "vittles," to say noon hours over tea cups and themselves, but frequently
nothing of a little something serious discussion of the brought along empty baskets
Accusing the news and entertainment mediaof contains five to ten milligrams of THC will "temperance question..' Severalof and boxes and returned home
downplaying the ill-effects of marijuana, a alter the nerves in the brain that produces hor- the more active WCTU laden with "leftovers..
medical researcher at Columbia University mones essential for development of a fetus," (Women's Christian The railroads were a' chief
says the use of "pot" has reached epidemic the research concluded. "Studies on primates Temperance Union) membersmet form of diversion, offering inexpensive

proportions among American youth. show prolonged marijuana use impairs the regularly and occasionally "excursions" to nearby. :

central nervous system, decreases white cell attended City Council meetingsto lakes and other points of interest '
"In our society the media have been remiss production, and reduces motivation. Marijuana give support to Starke's first and the railroad "wharf," .
in the matter of drugs", says Dr. G. G. Nahas is even more dangerous for adolescents temperance ordinance. After then running along the westside -'
accusing the movies, television, and because of the developing" process their bodiesare presenting their resolution the of the track between Call

newspapers of presenting marijuana's undergoing. ladies added their congratulations and Madison Streets, was a kind

euphoric effects, but not properly informing The report said that ten per cent of the na- to Marshall Wall for ar- of "town pump" meeting place
the public concerning the overriding negative tion's high school graduates are now chronic resting and fining two offenders where folks gathered to watch
characteristics.Dr. marijuana users. Parents should cooperate $26.50 each for selling Intox- the trains come and go, and hear .
with school officials in every way possible to icating liquors within the city the latest bits of news and
control a substance that threatens, not only limits. gossip from the "drummers," as
Nahas said the drug'marijuana is a com- the present generation, but also, due to its For daytime entertainmentthere salesmen were called in those
pound of several hundred chemicals, but its adverse effects on the reproductive were political picnics (in
most damaging agent is THC, the intoxicant. both men and women, can be processesof a serious season). Fourth of July picnics. days.Meeting the trains continuedto
"From one-half to one cigarette of pot, which threat to future generations as well. stronger made from fermentedcane Sunday School picnics, school be a popular afternoon \
picnics, and just plain picnics at pastime until the 1920s when
"skimmings" from the _.__ __ _.. ___ ____ _
boiler. ...v vn".It" ..._._! v.. A.,LA,"" t.u.A...IV..... u.<- .L 1,1117 .u VUvvuo" L ucgau L bu L',taivc
Kingsley Lake Over 55 Conservationby of this Kingsley Lake. and those fortunate enough to
Club lI homespun variety
Meeting Large wicker clothes baskets
own a car would take Sunday
Bern Smith
tent. The sandy soils in our area are by any means. Costume balls
Soil Conservationist particularly low in organic matter weren't unknown the were filled with tempting baked afternoon rides 'round and
The Kingsley Lake Over 55 Club Summer Cover Crops: because high temperatures quickly among ham, fried chicken potato salad, wound the loop composed of
met last Thursday at the Kingsley A cover crop Is planted to protect oxidize it. Soil organic matter is important high-steppers in\ Starke and a homemade pickles, and assorted tarke's first couple of miles of
Lake Civic Center with the land writer in the March
20 members during periods when regular because it helps retain 31 and cakes ,,,
pies much the
present. Miss Drew Wills from the crops are not being grown or before a moisture and acts as a reservoir for 1888 issue of the old "East sameas'today's brick-paved streets.' '
Clay County Council on Aging spoke permanent vegetative cover becomes plant nutrients. Cover crops are Florida Courier," one of the picnic menus. On the But Social activity'must have
about the activities of the other Senior established. The planting of a cover especially important when the town's Fourth of July the local had its ups and downs, even in
Citizens Clubs in Clay County and the crop is part of a good conservation previous crop had failed or was early newspapers business men played host to the the Gay 90s. Why else would a
programs and help available from farming program and is one of the harvested for silage or hay. Growing devoted an entire column to
their office in Green Cove Best surrounding countryside and Telegraph editor of 1891 take
Springs.Ella Management Practices (BMP's) a cover crop in your crop rotation can describing the elaborate
which are recommended by the Soil also reduce weed and certain pest costumes worn at one such affair kept their, stores open to benefitby note editorially that "Tiddley
Mae Cottle was appointed as and Water Conservation District to problems such as nematodes. by the "gallant and the trade from out-of-town winks is becoming the fad of the
local telephone chairman Alma reduce non-point source pollution. ACP cost-sharing is available to gay visitors. The wives would day among society folks..
Smith as the telephone contact with Maintaining a vegetative cover on qualified applicants for establish gentlemen. including W.E.
the Clay County Council on Aging. your land is one of the best ways to ment of approved cover crops. Cost- Davis. T.A. Knight, Thomas
Paul Raymond will be the instructorfor maintain and improve your soil's fer sharing is limited to seedbed preparation Wall. Gen. B.H. Jones. Wesley
Chess, Checkers, Dominoes and tility. A cover crop will help protect seed and the seeding operation. Hodges, Col. von Kirn (the FORESTRYIN
Exercises. Ella Mae Cottle, bead- your soil from wind and water ero- A good stand and good growth must
craft. Lucille Raulerson and Dorothy sion. It will improve the efficiency of be obtained and maintained on the mayor). Dr. Chace Orion Strong
Combs are in charge of the Crafts program the fertilizer you apply because it land during the normal growing and Capt. Heiberger, commander t BRADFORD
which will include Crochet, reduces the leaching and runoff lossesof season for the particular cover crop. of the Home Guards. COUNTY by Mark Fries jJ
Knitting, Needlepoint. and related fertilizer nutrients Turning a Pasturing is permitted with good "The latter, we are told, wore an
needlework. cover crop under will help increase or grazing management but none of the outfit trimmed with antique
maintain the soil organic matter con- growth may be harvested for hay or moire buttons
ornaments, and
May 2 is the Older Americans Day seed.
in Clay at the Agriculture Center on Seeding of warm-season cover Chesterfieldian politeness ac-
State Road IS Registration at 10 a.m. Air Force Offers crops are to be made on a properly cording to the flowery social The best salesman for last year's program, which is the
Box lunch at noon. Crafts made by the Cash Bonuses prepared seedbed Plantings can be item. anything is an enthusiastic best indicator we know of that
various senior citizens clubs will be made anytime after the danger of Private parties weddings. customer. And using that as a they enjoyed themselves."
on display from 10 a m. till 3 P m.The For Enlistees frost but not later than June 30. Eligi- the Florida
and socials formed the nucleusof gauge Division of
Penny Farms Square Dancers will be ble summer cover crops are hairy in-
part of the entertainment, along witha Is GAINESVILLE FL The Air Force digo, alyceclover, sesbania, millet social life in Starke then justas Forestry, Department of Last year, an advanced second
Kindergarten Choir, a Brass six-year now offering enlistees cash bonuses to qualified and sorghumsudangrass.For they do now. But the at- Agriculture and Consumer Services week was offered on a
Quartet from Clay High School a Col- specialized career fields.In three highly more information contact the mosphere was apt to be more is feeling pretty good limited basis for students to put
or Guard of R.O.T.C. students and According Bradford Soil and Water Conserva then described in these days about its Summer their new-found knowledge to
to TSgt William E. Carroll, elegant as a
much for tion District
more, a day of fun in Clay. phone 9646280.Otters .
Air Force recruiter, P.O. Box Q, typical party in an 1890 issue of Environmental Education Pro- work in the wilds. And it will
Gainesville, FL,here,the bonuses will be continue this but
The Telegraph: gram. summer undera
The Kingsley Lake Over 55 Club paid to recruits who
meets every third Thursday of the training requirements complete for Radio technical Communications "A large and interesting party new format, and without extra

month at 11 a.m. for crafts, games Analysis/Security, Voles TE ,igQ of both old and young people Over 1.100 students are expected cost.
chit-chat and a sack lunch at noon. Processing, or Explosive Ordnance gathered at the courthouse last to participate in the program
Drink and cake provided by the .
K.L.P,O.A. members. All men and Disposal.Bonus will Rumors Are Humors, Thursday night in response to this summer..quite a con "We have a number of
women of the area over 55 are amounts Specialists vary. Radio Communications Looking Glass Still OpenIn the invitation of Mr. and Mrs. trast from the 76 who attendedthe students attending each year on
welcome to come. Next meeting will Sl.OOO: Explosive Ordnance will Disposal receive any small city, the business man C.H. Moon. (Editor's note: The first year in 1974. Back then scholarships given by service
be May 15. at 11 a m. for a Share your Specialists is the most helpless. there clubs and other
$1.500.: and Voice Processing lie school taxes if he has courthouse then was located in was one camp-at organizations
Hobby session and sack lunch. Specialists 12.000. no children pays hospital taxes even if he the old two-story frame "Red Blackwater River State Forest- and for financial reasons the se-
lives in another city. He tries to treat Man's Hall"). A row of Japanese and the program lasted for six cond week was out of reach for
everyone as fairly as he can. Just lanterns was strung across the weeks. This summer there will many students", explained
when he thinks he has gotton the front of the hall and large be ten one-week sessions at two Bethea. "So this year camp instructors
Our ? ? ?Machine Broke AgainWe respect"Through from the grapevine"his customer, someone he hears is brilliant lights were hung to the state fore.h..Blackwater will choose the 12

spreading rumors about him going ceiling, giving plenty of light for (located about 45 miles nor outstanding students at each
know you've noticed the different type we've had in our out of business. the occasion. The Baisden theast of Pensacola) and center, and we will award them
paper for the past several weeks, so we thought we'd try to ex Although we all know the old"say. Brothers and M. Wall furnished Withlacoochee ((50 miles north of the advanced course at no extra
plain why! business ing. "You man can't always please tries.everyone He forgetshis the excellent music, and the happy Tampa). charge."

Our computer has been on the blitz for the past three weeks personal problems and tries to see people danced like they were on
with problems you wouldn't believe! Even our "expert" to his patrons wants and needs. wages. Over the years the program of During this second week the
repairmen engineers can't figure it out! The plastic strips, What would happen if all rumors "At 11 o'clock supper was an studying the envirnment with students camp in tents out in
(called fonts), that does the printing keeps flying off and it were talked true? about If all as small I was businesseswere and it was nounced and the beaux led the foresters has expanded for two the forest preparing their own

always happens on Tuesdays, our busiest day! Some of our true, where would people shop? fair dames to the People's reasons. First, more people meals hiking exploring and get-,
typesetters have had to go a newspaper in Fernandina Beach Let it be known the Looking Glass Restaurant where an abundant know about It, therefore more ting an even closer look at a
(they have the same type machine we do)to run off the type.So Styling Center Is open and Calvin feast was prepared and largely want to come. And secondly thecurrieulumunder forest ecosystem. Each center is
please bear with us and maybe soon we'll have the situation Kirkland is still the Calvin owner/operator. partaken of by the hungry constant equipped with modern dorms,
corrected. 442-F West Madison Kirkland St. guests. Mr. and Mrs. Moon and evaluation-has evolved into one dining halls and teaching -:
The Telegraph Staff Starke,Florida daughter did everything in their which is attractive to teachersand pavilions for the first week ::
--- ,..------ power to make the occasion an environmentalists who in students and the $60 fee includes
enjoyable one and, judging by turn recommend it to their everything the students :::
the praise of the student will need including insurance .
RID young "
ttHAl"M>tt|, ; \
"" ;; \* (,t.11, and a. forestry T-shirt. =
;() I' r "Our goal", says State I

NNlwtwelt rle.rtrapf..r 'f"Od Forester John Bethes "is to bring Any person who has com
1 fll'9': / Servicemen as many different students pleted the sixth grade. up to :;
as we can to the program. But if those who will be entering the
Coq fF BOB G. FERGUSON -JOHN M. MILLER PFC Kelly Fields youngsters are enthusiastic 12th grade next fall, Is eligible. =
enough in studying the environ-
Publisher 4 4k: ment to come back for a second For an application or further ;:
Published each Th".....,end e H r4 es ascend Cl..s Mane.t.*..Pone. Office a*$eoke.".. undo Act.(March 1, IS/ PFC Kelly Fields, son of Mary Kuhne summer, we welcome them information, contact your local

Subscription. to tr....c r.ei It r>..V or;f 1 its Months 'iof engineer Stark training* completed March 5.hit After airborne forester at 964-6280, ext. 219 or
Phone t4.ajos outside '....mnmi 110 Per Y..>:(1.M ll.Mefitna Fort Benoing. Ga. March 6 to b* ttatlened leaving/ "Already this spring we have write: Environmental Forester,
......i. Florida In Fort Bragg. N.C. received applications from a Divlsionof Forestry Collins

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Oops We're 801'1'711{! '
Due to a eomputer breakdown, I : I ) '
some of this week'' print I I. smaller 7he'm.: .oaal.Ue.

than usual. w. apologia for this. .

t.'re Honor .
New Presbyterians Pastor laJ'IJ.moOI'lr ]7:' 11/' ,

honored The First their new Presbyterian pastor tend wife, Church Rev. social' eJilo,, 'Jf'fJ 'ne' ,et' .

and Mrs. Callff H. McLeod, Jr., with
three fellowship activities over the ,
The Rev. McLeod, Jr. and wife Lisa --------'- - -

were entertained Friday night, April 18,

by: the members of the Pulpit Search Kitten Hull "Coffee" Honoree .
committee and the elder of the church.

On Saturday: night the McLeod were 17 bride- and Mrs. Grlder.
Hull May
entertained by the church at the Miss Kitten The coffee table was covered with
Fellowship Hall with a hamburger cook- aI elect, was complimented Mrs.at G.S.a"coffee" an imported, handmade, cutwork
out. Mr. McLeod had a devotional for Saturday given cloth and centered with a silver
young people and a aing-a.long accompanying Brown, Mrs. Martha Dorko and the Mrs.lat- tureen filled with roses, sweetpeas,
Grider at the home .
Kenneth breath. An arrangement
with his guitar. carnations and baby's
Dinner on the grounds wa enjoyed Vr ter In Green Acres. Dorko of the same flowers was
and Mrs.
after church Sunday honoring the Mrs. Brown door and used in the living room.
McLeods on their tint visit In the Starke greeted the guests at the line Assisting In serving were Cathy and
hour. Mr. presented them to the receiving William Carter,
church for the worshiping Nancy Grider,
of the honoree, her ,
"You've GotA composed and Mrs. W.B.
McLeod'a sermon topic was Mrs. P.L. Bridges
lIull mother of the prospective
Friend". Mrs. Joseph ,
Mrs. S.G. Denmark Mundy.
The McLeod will be starting their groom, The hostesses presented the
Pastorate here June 22 after completionof honoree with the souffle dish to her
his work at Columbia Theological Miss Cindy Smith chosen china pattern as a memento of

Seminary May 25 In Decatur, Ga. and Shower HonoreeMiss the occasion.
4 : j List's graduation from Agnes Scott college Approximately 150 guests were invited

May 80. Cindy Smith, whose marriageto to call between the party hours
___ Larry White will be an event of 10 a.m. and 12 noon. Those from out-
complimented at a of-town were Mrs. Katherine Sneads
May 24, was
miscellaneous shower, Tuesday and Mrs. Katherine Danc y of Palatka

night, April 25, at the Tom Casey and Mrs. Mildred Weisgerber of

residence, given by Mrs. Johnny Keystone Heights.

Sharon Joy Crosby Hobbs, Jr and Mrs. Tom Casey.
,S Steven Roy Morris Several games were played before v ,
.4'tf 1i Miss Smith opened her gifts. YOUAUTO
i1 I The refreshment table was covered
Sharon Joy Crosby with a hand embroidered linen cloth ;S

Steven R. Morris and held a silver punch bowl, compotes r. : \
Announce Engagement of mints and nuts, and cake. An KNOW 1 -
arrangement of yellow, green and
Announcement is made of the white silk flowers centered the table, ByGene
engagement of Sharon Joy Crosby of flanked by yellow tapers in silver candle Ross "'

Mr. and Mr*. James T. Tompkins Cincinnati, Ohio, daughter of Oletla holders.
Cooper Crosby and Vernon Crosby of The guests included Mrs. Robert E.

Janet Lee Norman and James T. TompkinsWed Starke, to Steven Roy Morris, son of Smith, mother of the honoree, and
Mr. and Mrs, Charles Morris of Cincinnati Mrs. Olin White, mother of the prospective
Q. My 1973 Old Cutlass has

April in Raif ord First Baptist ChurchJanet The wedding, Ohio. will take place Sunday The hostesses groom presented Miss Smith |just recently begun oil using
June 29, at 6:30 p.m. in the First with a corsage and a cup and saucerin a miles.quark L i everyIhouund murk

in her exquisite wedding Seventh Day Adventist Church. her chosen china pattern than i: 'before.i nil < How
Lee Norman, daughter of was lovely The bride-elect is a graduate of more ever
Mrs. Joyce Norman and the late gown of Venice lace appliqued with Bradford High School. can I find what' wrong?

Joseph H. Norman and James T. decorative designs. Dainty cap Mr. Morris is a graduate of Hospital Auxiliary

Tompkins, son of Rev. and Mrs. sleeves completed the empire stylingof Susan Elaine Muse Mideran High School In Cincinnatiand Installation Set the
of Starke were the gown of Cathedral length. Her A. The older the engine,
T. Tompkins Cincinnati Academy.
James attended
united in marriage Saturday,AprU Sin chapel length veil was ornately work- Susan Elaine Muse, Monday Night more oil it can be expected to
Church In Raifordwith ed with Venice lace appliques bordering use. But twice as much 1 I. too
the the First Broom's Baptist father Rev. Tom- its entirety and attached to a James Watson Health Clinic Bradford County Hospital Auxiliarywill much. It sound like you may

performing the nuptials.The Juliet cap. She carried a bouquet of Plan June WeddingMr. Held April 28 hold their installation of officers be losing oil. Spread a clean
pkins Cason and silk flowers featuring yellow roses, and awards presentation at the Mon- paper beneath the engine and
bride's aunt, Peggy
and and Mrs. E.D. Muse of Lawtey dinner- transmission Start the car
and white daisies stephanotis. 28, Dutch treat
Mooneyham, soloists Clinic will be day,
Wallace Health
Following the wedding ceremonythe announce the .engagement and approaching Clay County at 7 at the Western and let the engine warm up at
Betty Sapp pianist? presented a program bride's uncle and aunt Mr. and marriage of their held Monday, April 28, from 9 a.m. to Steer meeting Steak House p.m. a speed equal to about 20-25

of nuptial music.attended the groom Mrs. Jack D. Cason hostel a recep- daughter Susan Elaine, to James 12 noon at the Kingsley Lake Civic All members are urged to attend. mph. When Irs warm, race it
Roy Singletary Joe tion In the Raiford Community Timothy Watson son of Mr. and Mrs. Center. briefly at wide-open throttle
as best man. Groomsmen brothers were of the Center. They were assisted by Sonja Frank Watson of Uvalda Ga. All ages are Invited to attend. and let it come back to fast

and Jim Norman, cousin of Stonaker, who kept the bride's book The wedding Is planned for June 8 idle. Do this about five times.
bride Larry'Southerland Whitehead, and registered guests; Marty Duff at 7 pm. at the Grace United Shut off the engine and
the groom and Matt Little Robbie and Rhonda Harrell served the wedding Methodist Church In Lawtey with a ,Christ examine the paper for oil.

Junior groomsman.cousin, carried the cake, nuts and mints, Gena reception following In the FellowshipHall. Look beneath the oil pan
.Cason, the bride's done in Singletary presided at the punch .. Lutheran Church front and. rear oil seals, valve
rings on a personalized pillow bowl the groom's cake was served by No invitations are being sent, but ,cover, and timing-chain,,

needlepoint Maid of honor by the'Sandra bride's mother.Tompkins,; Cheryl..McDaniel! -and JDeniseCrawfprd ..' all friends" D/o and/ relatives'- T-are' 0'invited"*to.*. r= ., .....,.;1-'SUNDA SCHOOL 'BlfsLE.CLASS'MM; ;; uenrrt; ) ,,41 cover.,Replace! ,.worn",part*"
ffe adaff,nit9 t ,j eaOeej.seip-. atMfkf:: where oIl.i is discovered.
the groom's sister,wore a Coor length vice" | Miss Muse will graduate In May, ., 6 P.M.

royal blue gown .and carried yellow The three layer wedding cake with 1980 from Bradford High School. WORSHIP SERVICE 7 P.M.
roses and Mr. Watson graduated In 1978 from
with a
Kraft decorated tiers was topped
were Melanie Keystone Lions Club
\ School in
of Tallahassee, miniature bouquet of yellow silk roses 'Toombs Central High
and Susan Dancy Fla
daisies. Uvalda, Ga. Keystone Heights
and white
Nadine Brlerton of Raiford and Joy Automotive Parts Center
Cason, cousin of the bride, junior A long table of hors d'oeuvres was Call 473.4177 9 to 5 pm.
bridesmaid of Raiford. They wore attended by Mrs. Tessie Cason Mrs. 473.2007 After 5 P m StarkeSTUMP'S
Joan Dunn, Miss Ramona Sweet and
floor length gowns
light blue qtana
and carried yellow roses and daisies. Mrs Sue Vandiver.
i Flower girl Dama Walker wore a After a wedding trip to Jekyll F1 -'
is residing in -
floor length white dress with blue Island the couple '
Raiford. '
white basket of
trim and carried a
of Florida
The bride, a graduate
flowers. her Southern College, was a member of
The bride given in marriage by
and little sisterof
Beach Kappa Delta sorority
uncle. Jack Cason of Ormond ,
Delta Kappa Phi.
The groom attended a local Com-

Starke Woman's Club munity College and Asbury College in \ Store

Coming Events Wilmore, KyStrawberry. Dept1: '

May Breakfast will be held at
Woman's Club Building on May 17 at .
10:30: a,m. Tickets at $3 each may be V"" Bradford Square Shopping Center

purchased at Stump's Department Swingers '
Store Leila's Dress & Gift Shop,
Bradford Square Florist, from Mrs. Have Poverty DanceThe with
James M. Blackshear other Swinger had a Remember MOTHER
members of the club and at the door. ,
..... Poverty Dance Thursday night after the
deadline at the MethodistFellowship ,,
The Starke Woman's Club will sponsor -

: a Building Piano-Thon In Starke at the from Woman'sClub 4:30 to Member Hall.were occasion.Each attired In. hobo or tacky Janine Wlillngh.mJonlne (EASY STREET!:

May 26, 1980. outfit to fit the
: p.m. member brought a can of -
Refreshments will be served. Willlngham, r .,,, >
vegetable that ,was added to a camp
Admission will be $1 each or dona-
that was brewing on the stove and Bruce ManningEngagement
tions of $t at the door. Mrs. Mona stew each ate out of the can he brought. Told :
number 1k
Canova Is in charge, phone
enjoyed during the pflLfit{
The Plano-l'hon Is sponsoredby Seven squares was g
the Woman's Club for the benefit of .v.nlnslncludlnIl12 dancer from Ocala. Mr". Mary S. Willingham of
the engagementof
the club and for community projects.? Brooker her daughter.announces Mary Janine' to

,, Those teachers participating Mrs. Lavon are: James Bruce Manning, Jr., son of
Mrs. Louise Stern. Kuhne Mrs. Dee Tetstone of Brooker and
Debbie Woodfin. Miss Helen
Drivas, Mrs.
Sr. of Fairbanks.The
James B.
I Ellen George, Mrs. George Canova Eddie GriffisTo of
bride-elect Is also the daughter
Mrs. Mona
Mrs. cindy other McRae teachers, Wed May 17 the late Guy M. Willingham of Ii

I area are invited to have their pupils Miss Helen Kuhne and Eddie Grim Brooker.The wedding Is planned for August !t

play during this event. Please contact will be united in marriage Saturday,May 16 In Brooker Baptist, Church In '
Mrs. Mona Canova, phone 964-5212. 17, at 11 a m.at the home of Mrs.Carolyn Brooker. : H Hthe
Rt. 2. Box 10E. Starke. For -
Holmes Miss Willingham is a senior at
directions call 964-8445. Bradford High School.
All friends and relatives are Invited. to Mr. Manning is a 1978 graduate of original Black

Byron Bag'elrCelebrates ittend Bradford High School. Oakbrook WkiU : ttI
8th I MADE IN USA. r.
Eastern Star .... n
Birthday < :
honored Supper April 26 2199 Carml
Mr. and Mrs. Donnle Bagwell

their son. Byron, with a birthday afternoon party, BIRTHS Starke chapter 224, Order of the .: Navy il
for his 8th birthday Saturday Eastern Star, will have a covered dish J
April 19. at their home on 8. Cherry Su April 28. at 7 p.mIn 'Sizes
fashioned dogmirshmallowrost Jeremiah Jackson: HamiltonMr. supper, Saturday, Treat Mother this year to the most comfortable shoe
An was' enjoyed by Byron's guests .and Mrs.George J. Hamilton of All the Masons Masonic and Hall.their families are .of/-1 D ....'*ever put on her.foot The Qakbrook by Easy I

The party them of"Space Party", was Starke announce the birth of a son. invited at attend. Street.
with a birthday cake of a 13 at combines the ultimate in'
carried out Jeremiah Jackson, born April If MW This remarkable footwear
planet topped with a Dying uueer and Orange Park Community Hospital. \S' style/ and comfort by/ featuring a new toll, flexible AIr
spice men.Favors 25 He Joins two sisters, Cara Nichole 2 :bJy--! .. .. Light"/ sole that>guaranteed not to wear out.

were given celebrate to Byron's the occasion. 1/2 years and Erin Klmberly 17 1/2; Available m a rainbow d color,The Oakbrook la
1 friend who helped. him months old. perfect'with any wrdrobe for Mother's Day and everyday
Mat8l'N1lrandpllrenta.re Mr. and Mr*. J.M. Blsckshear and Mrs. W.H. : ., .
Mrs Richard C. Solze and paternal Thomson an Thursday. tonight overnight 7 ,y ".
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Sher- of Mr. and Mrs. Ben ;,
guest WALK
Hamilton,all of Starke. Work In Orlan ... ,II (Iff,"- '
rod W. ; "
of'55To Deniaon and Mrs Emily \
Class .
Try Easy Street Oakbrook for 30 \ ? m. '' .. .. .

Plan Reunion' Cara Rare Hardrnbreok do. day If you are not completely sat- Mdrw.. ....... ..... .. .. ... .. .. .... :. .. ... .... ... -

Class of 'M'I* planning to Mr*. B.P. McLendon I* In KnoxvUle.Tenn. ., llid that tries shOes are. the most_ ,Oty. .. .. ... .. ... .. .Stsie. .. ;,, :.::. .Zlft... .. .
The BHS HardenWoek comfortable \you have ever worn .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .
have their 25th da reunion in late June Mr.'and Mr*. Mark of visiting: relative and will attend return them with your sales. receipt for'' Aoeouat Na .. ... ... .. ., "
Stark announce the birth.85 daughter.sra the of 111_. Nancy Cogdtl!on '
of this year. wedding a full.refund.,, 'Owe' 'Oi.ckfJ'Oiagsb CO.DCt
All class member are asked to contact : Kaye: born April IS In Eband'sreaching May 10 after which' she will go to BlowIng
Patty Law_Crawford at 964-7572 after Hospital. Grandparent are Rock.N.C.to visit her son.....family..' 'Hioesteel I width r In color f L. W color
8 with name*.address,etc.so that M. and Mr*. Calvin Henley: and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. June 'MeLendon for Hm&maMj I ,
p.m. classmates a* poealble eaa fee- M,... I Don Hardeobrook. Great grind- several week 44.

). \, aa aonteded.many nether i* Mr. Nelson Green.

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YoungbloodPrevattReunion SetSaturday Cheryl Jacobsen and FreddieM;. Stephens, Jr. i

April 20 Married Feb. 23 in Home Ceremony '

The Youngblood-Prevatt (relativesand
friend of the late Autumn and Miss Cheryl Seleta Jacobsen aasllem t' vttifiiiW Irises yellow and white daisies pinkcarnations
Anna Youngblood) ''reunion will be daughter of Mr. and Mm. Bernard J.Jacobsen t tIfdilu7 and baby's breath.Chrlsta
held Saturday, April 26 at Gold Head Jr. of Starke and Freddie II W Jacobsen sister of the bride- poured.
State Park on Hwy 21, north of Monroe Stephens Jr., son of Mr. and 1 the punch. '
Keystone Heights, Fla. beginning Mrs. Freddie Monroe Stephens, Sr., The couple is residing In Starke.The .
around 10 A.M. The picnic basket luncheon were united in marriage on February bride is attending Bradford
will be served at noon with 23 at 8:00: p.m. in the home of the Vocational School and has completed
paper services, Ice and tea provided.A bride's parents on Sterns Road. the Barbizon School.of Modeling In
25*fee Is charged for each member Performing the nuptials was Rev. Jacksonville.'
passing thru the gate to the park. Michael Anderson, pastor of Kingsley The groom graduated from Bradford
Bring old photos, mementos and in- Lake Baptist Church. High School In 1978 and Is currently .
teresting tidbits and Join the folowlng The wedding ceremony was performed employed at U.C.I.
children and their family: Vester in front of the fireplace. The
Youngblood of Greensboro, Fla.; mantel was decorated with arrangement Starke Elkt hosted
D y Myrtle McDonald of "' Fla.; of spring flowers con
Rosetta Nelson of Mclntosh; denevaBowe sisting of yellow chrysanthemums, Lodge Clinic
of Waldo and, the late Ruby pink carnations, yellow and white i
if Dyal of Gainesville. daisies red gladiolus fern and baby's Starke Elks Lodge 1802 hosted the
Come and lets make this a GREAT
DAY! breath. On each tide of the mantel Clinic for the Incoming officers of the
was a candelabra accented with eleven lodges In the North East
plumose fem. District on April 13. The clinic was
A program of wedding mUll was conducted by District Deputy John
ID' 4I Schmidt Wins presented by Sherra Mott, pianist Shannon, and District Vice President
College Grant and Ronda Stern, soloist cousins of George Domlniannl. Lunch was served
the bride. at noon,under the direction of John
Dirk Schmidt of Starke was The bride was given In marriage by V. Warren and Henry Spear. .
awarded a music scholarship of her father. She wore a cream silk The newly installed officer of
$200 last week when he audi- dress with neckline and sleeves accented } Starke Lodge 1802 were: George W.
tioned for Florida Southern Col- with needlepoint lace exten- Brown Exalted Ruler; Herbert
ding down the front of the dress. She '
Chase, Leading Knight: Frank Otlinger. -
lege Director of Bands James
carried a bride's bouquet of pink carnations Loyal Knight; William
Slutz. yellow and white daisies and Mr. and Mr*. Freddie M. Stephens, Jr. Flnucan Lecturing Knight; George: _
Schmidt auditioned Saturday rose buds with streamers extending Dominlanni Secretary; Herbert
afternoon April 12 on the cam- down from the bouquet.A around the aide of the cake. Robin Louth Treasurer; John Warren, Es-
pus of Florida Southern Collegeand reception was held with thebride's Stern cousin of the bride served the quire; J.D.Doyle Chaplain and Rob-
table covered with lace cloth
a cake. bie Sheller, Inner Guard. Installing
z was informed of the scholar- over a pink satin liner. One end of the The crystal punch bowl was officers were: Past Exalted Rulers of
ship last week. The scholarshipis table held a two tiered white cake accented situated on the opposite end of the 1802 Charles Hutcheson Maxie'
for the 1980-81 school year. with a bride and groom with table encircled with pink camelias. Carter Jr., V.A. Nichols and Nealy : .
and small pink floral clusters The center of the table held a spring McConnell,Jr. Bobby Wolff served as,. ,
doves being enclosed In a heart design floral arrangement consisting of Esquire.NONSTICKcroiic. '

Debbie Sue Meyer-Jon DuWayne Friesen -- .

I eas.MVI .
} Wed March 29 at Park of the PalmsPark [ h j


of the Palms Church in gown with chapel train and ruffled H ,
Keystone Heights was the setting for flounce; long sleeves of alacon lace, FEATURE OF
the Saturday March 29, wedding at 3 empire waist and high neckline with e I p --
p.m. of Debbie Sue Meyer, daughterof lace inserts. Her headpiece of seed l COMPLETER PIECES-
Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer of pearls and sequins secured her s rra 10%" COVERED
Keystone Heights to Jon DuWayne fingertip veil. She carried a cascadeof a I FRYING
Friesen, son of Earnest A. Friesen of pink roses and white stefanotis.A PAN
Mankato, Minn 6- 5 QT. DUTCH OVEN
John G. Meyer, father of the bride, reception was held in the Park of 2W TEA KETTLE
performed the nuptials. the Palms Lounge. Sharon Rund kept -i:

The archway was decorated with the guest book and Mrs. Elizabeth Iar 1 A2A H,n. y I
daisies and greenery and pew decorations Gilbert greeted the guests at the door. .
Palms and mixed flowers ,
Mrs Helen Gardner, organist and highlighted points of Interest. SCOTT I SWIFTVIENNA f
Mrs.Betty Frame,soloist presented a The bride's table was centered witha .SCOTT s
program of nuptial music. blue and pink wedding cake which + p 1 NAPKINS : SAUSAGE .
Mr Friesen attended his son as best was cut by Mrs. Georgette Cunn- ----'- 1 160 COUNT 5
1' w I 5oz CAN
man. Lonnie Friesen and Kenneth ingham. I '
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nns t.ii m\ Till MS. AVH M IHHI, un> I
Ross were ushers. 1 A-M iwi I Will IIMIT I HIM/PONVU1HA SHMKMIHMllMI J.R.I mill mis' mi HIM. tin:NS AMI as nimrtui) J.R.I
Mrs. Faith Ross served her sisteras Punch was served at a round table Lw IIMIIIUNIH HirlALlOKHODULTh tXlLUUrU 43aJ 1 IL MHIIHIHIII AtH ii> IWMI,H I IIMIT ioxa/a1)Pxuul4hl\1wmo HOI KONUinlAIIIHMMWMPMt.| l o 4391AlI
matron of honor. She wore a long which was covered with a lace cloth. -----------------------
rose gown with empire waist accor- Assisting were Mrs. Elizabeth
dian pleats from the waist with lace Gilbert Georgette Cunningham and ITI M'a Pell 1 N iilnu. 0i1NN.' A1'N a.umi,
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Walker. NI''I i> AI'N .N IIUANriTY' x1.111'1 Nisi NVI n.
ruffle at the neck and sleeves. She Betty I
carried three long stemmed pink Following a wedding trip to Disney ) -

roses tied with a bow. World and surrounding area the cow J- W. ON .. 14,0 Ari..allo
Little Miss Margaret Gilbert servedas ple is residing, in Mankato...,, MinI: : tion.J (
flower girl and Master Tony ndt D.tf,iY I IC.f.,...., "j' -iNDUI.JHII"11;<=996.-

Friesen ringbearer.Given, brother. of the groom was The bride graduated from Heritage Flak e dp Trash Bags .
Christian School in Indianapolis in .
in Gard- COaCV save ir a -''''A''o.'iDF'imcm
marriage by Joseph 1978 and attended Pensacola Christian / 5129'
ner, a close friend of the family, the College for 1 year. D Bundt Cake Mixes. .
bride wore a formal white organza The graduated from high .......-* ..
school in 1978 and attended Pensacola D Cold Power . *149 1
Christian College. He Is office tta*UIMMt nil.GINI

Mankato manager, Minn.Sharon for .Farms Systems in D Dynamo Iftu.CUANHR Liquid $329 ,

sari ir cm*tat AunniioLJ l..oTt.. DAjax Liquid. . $121 i

Lavender I Quaker It .ll.... Grits. (INSTANT)2/$1) / DDelmonte_ Catsup. 79DP com i .e Soap 39tQ. *
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Robert MacNeille D Scott.., Towels..69* DOId. English Polish. .99* D FabHDetergent. 72 p

Wedding Told OSco lava 1e 55.DfODOCUMG *W TOM! ... '
.tti Napkins . 63 DLysoJI Cleaner . $139DColnriet o Toms Corn Cheese. .59 ;

I D Vegetable laVi W Mo*NilPunch Oil. . $179 ; Cleanser. 3$1Dfpplob 0 Toms uNAIUIAIDrOOnOI4.fto Potato>SAI Chips.>QUI .5 9t I

a Detergent. $199 Cleaner . $119 D O'Cedar Sponge Mop$329
la v1 Ir TON4.lo>A U<'>IIIID .
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SanwaRameniNoodM 1"w' ( ). ,41D DtzJiDffjDven Cleaner$129D D J O'Cedar Broom. $329 ,

Sunshine; Cheezits. .59 Sta Puff; Softener (MUSK). $ 0 j O'Cedar sAw U m' UCHT4IASVCOHN Broom $_"
Save 17* ITOS.CM 'I
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DELMONTE CORN. ., 3/11 D Carpet Scent. . 99 D Dish Cloths. 149 i

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Churl Lynn Schcelz.'
Andrew Crews

Cheri Lynn Scheetz,

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and Mrs. Don Scheeti of :fir PANTRY PRIDE
Keystone Height art announcing the PANTRY PRIDE;' PANTRY'
engagement of their daughter Cheri! I OR I
Lynn to Andrew, Harold Crews of Mr. and Mrs. James F. ICEI SANDWICH PRIDE

Starke. Lavender of Lake Butler announce 1 i1 ,tea SODAS
Mix Scheeti is a 1979 graduate BREAD
Bradford High School At the present the engagement and ap-
time she is attending Santa Fe Community proaching marriage of their ...'.... HALF (: SAVE 10e

College in Gainesville.Mr. daughter Sharon Aziel to 7 1,10.( .svMi. ..A GALLON 99 3 160z SIOO 2 79
Crews, is a 1976 graduate of Brad Robert A. MacNeille Jr., son of CARTON LOAVES 18' LITER
ford School. Mr. Crews will
High Mr. and Mrs. emu ii..loarANTRY rap W il"w
graduate in August from the Universityof Robert A. GriicB: 89p'ii:
Florida with a Bachelors Degree in MacNeille Sr. of Largo. Bread. 2/5119 Purr Cat Food. . 5/51
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Business Administration. Both CMOCgAn .
Plans for a June 20th wedding at Florida are State recent University.The graduates. of Mrs. Smiths Pie&c< M.89t, Gold Top Donuts 99. Glade So,I nod : .'. 2/51
Grace Baptist Church I I. being completed MVI xr.lau nozm CIAIIO I...Ir....""IA_ -IA"Iaof rowoa.SnOSTm

Rev.. Scheeti will officiate his Saturday wedding June 14 is, at planned the First for Boston lava....norm cram Bonnie_.....oa(IAUIAGI Donu"l.69t. \ Jelly lavf ,.....Cake.. : '. 99. Drink,w1mRpmuw.Aas Mixes. . ,_ .9 9 t

relative daughter of the wedding.couple are All Invited.friend and Butler.Christian Church of Lake Lambrecht Pizzas 89t* Elba Pound Cake. 99. Flavor Ice. .' . ,89t
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2;J 'l Jiu-x.odu Cut Green Beans. 3/$1 Meal Bread 69. Sani flush. ti r .2/51

Mr. Mary Beth Peacock and children Mrs.Clyde Sinclair pent the weekend I I .1..
Jacksonville .l..ikB.
visited Mrs. Bertha with her daughter and family. Mr. and !
Pearce on Sunday.Mr. Mr*. Tommy Chastain in Gainesville.Mr. FOILOEiraI II FOLGEH's"COFFEE DOLE AUNT 1
and Mr. Barry Ward of Merritt and Mrs. Bob Hull of Goldiboro. I i ia CAN II in.AO I I LL1aeo Oil eIlU'H D II= PANCAKE I
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Island weekend 1.- ua.uu.nu Ira HEAVY
were' guests of his sister II
N.C. and Mrs. 8.E.' Ritch of Gainesville II C..INVwri MIX I a '
and family, Mr.and Mr*. Richard Welty I ''''''0. I
will be weekend guest of Mr. and Mr 1/ 1j J.R.a. .
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Shiller attended I ao.. N,'"w-n.N. II wNO'",.", ..... I I wml" .xN nN:\'N...,.e, "",.'""..<. maaai Saturday at St.Paul's Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland and Mr. ..._ .Nn.. _J... .. .. ',-i. -....- \ ."nr'..... .- I 1 .. ,
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Mrs. W.W. Page of Jacksonville spent
Mr.and Mra.Vanle Hamilton of Starke Mr. and Mr*. Joe Jordan of Live Oak the weekend with Mr. and,Mr. Don School News
received a letter from their daughter and pent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Andy Page.
husband Mr. and Mr. Alan Peace of Jordan and son, Mathow.Mr / Report Cards will be sent home today
Battle Ground. Wash about 40 mile Mr.' and Mrs. Spencer Crawford of Aprilzt.

from the. erupting Mt. St. Helens ..Douglas Hardy and Mr*.Franklin Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and Mrs.,, The Parent Advisory Committee
volcano. They feel and hear the larger Ritch were louring the Deland area on Mike Gilhooly on Saturday.Mrs. has recently sent home the annual
eruption and ash 1 I. failing on their pro- Sunday. parent attitude survey. The commit
perty. They go a mil from their place on Raiford.Epperson Is home after tee would appreciate parents fillingout
| a bill and can see the eruption. Mr. Mrs.Gladys Collln returned Saturday being a patient In Bradford County this survey form and returning
Pence pent the first half of March herewith after undergoing surgery last week In Hospital for a week. to school. Anyone who has not,received -
her parent and flew back home In North Florida Regional Hospital. a form may request one by callingor
time to see and hear the whole show. Mrs. L.J. Green accompanied by Mr. coming by the school office.
1\Ire. Arlln MeKnlght underwent R.D. Cunningham and daughter Marla
Duplicate Bridge Club winners last surgery last week in Alaehua General and Connie Trleat of Keystone Heights Mr. Paterson Is pleased to an-
week April IS were first! Rhea Johnson. Hospital.Mr.. attended the 1980 Spring Appreciation Lake Hill Baptists To Celebrate Homecoming nounce the edition of a new teacher
| and Lore Francis: second] Cecelia T..-
Festival of the Performing Arts sponsored Miss Corrine Weidenthal who
wlllegar and Ida Shaw; third.Charle and Mr. Gilbert Goldwlre attended by the Gaineavlle Civic Ballet at The Sandiford Family a gospel from Jacksonville. Many of the songs faculty on April 7. She Is rep 101nJthe
Riddle and Jack Burnette. the Goldwire family .reunion in the University of Florida Auditorium on singing group from Jacksonville will they sing are written by Harold anddaughter Miss Sue Holshouser who is now

Wajcro, Ga. on Sunday.Mr. Sunday night. Luke Stallings, con of Mr. present a program of both old and Vicki. teaching in Gainesville.On .
Mr. and Mr*. Joe Peters of Atlantawere and Mr*. Harry Stallings of Gainesville' contemporary gospel songs in the "'fo hear this family sing Is to bless
., and Mr*. Walter Jennings and a student at the Clardano School of afternoon following a covered dish your soul and find a warmth that will
weekend guests of his parents Mr.and Friday April 11, the Brooker
I Mrs. W.S. Peters at Klngsley Lake. family and Mr. Grace Long of Mandarinand Dance In Chicago 111.was featured in two dinner on Sunday April 27, at the cause your heart to rejoice In Jesus Elementary fourth, fifth and sixth
MM. Carol McLendon of Jacksonville dance nunfbers. one of which he Lake Hill Baptist Church, (take SR214 says Rev. James Griffin graders played the faculty in
were Sunday visitor of Mra. L.H. choreographed. Charles L. Dioklns also out of Lake Geneva), Keystone Englewood Baptist Church Jackson Volleyball and Kickball. In the first
Jack Carter and son Jay of Atlanta Jennings. attended from Starke. Heights. ville. .
I the weekend with Mr. and Mr*. Knight Invites Volleyball game Mrs. Watson'sstudents
spent The group consists of Harold and Pastor Bobby defeated the faculty by a
I A.G. Loudon. Mr*. Ella Cooney. Mr. Phyllla Hug- Mrs. W.H. Thomson and Mrs. JoM.Black.hear Vonnie and: their daughters Vicki everyone to Join with them in worship score of 11 to 6. The faculty came
gin, Mr*.Marie Wynn and Mr'*. Loretta of the Stark Woman Club Jamie and Lori. They are accompanied enjoy the covered dish dinner back to win the second 11 to S.
Mr Garl Mathew underwent laland the Florida Federation and God's blessings In song game
Row were at Amelia Saturdayand attended by a cousin David Merritt share For the tie breaking the faculty
I surgery Tuesday In Alaehua General Sunday attending the Murjanl- Woman's Club convention in Orlando from Orange: Park and Tom Williams with the Sandiford Family.Seer. sent in its relief team game made up solelyof
I Hospital.Mr. Mrs. D.W. Whlffen
W.T.A. tennis tournament. Sunday to Thursday. Mr.
Paterson and Mr. Ezzell who
and Mrs. L.T. attended from ;
Young ;SId .a- defeated the students in a short 3-1
and Mr. Huston McClane, Mrs. Tuesday to Thursday. :
I Betty Phillips and Mr. and Mr. Millard game.
Adams In
Dr. and Mrs. H.H. were Vickie L. Norman graduated from
Judd were among those spending the Linda Del Richardson was on the Detroit. Mich. Friday to Monday where Lake Community College Friday. In kickball, a well-fought game was .
1 weekend in Cedar Key attending the Art Dean's list at FSU for the winter
11 Dr. Adams attended the DuPont Physicians Among those attending the exerciseswere finally won by the faculty who :
(Festival. quarter. meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Norman and defeated Mr. Ezzell's and Mrs. :
Pillow's class 0 to 5. Mr. Paterson :
Sen. and Mrs. Charley John Carolyn V. Redding received! a 4.0 Mrs. Marie McCommons of Byron Terwlllegar.Mr. helped out an otherwise mediocre :

I celebrated their 63rd wedding anniverIsary grade point average in the winter Craneavllle Pa. and Mrs. Thelma and Mr*. Gerald Moran Ida Shaw faculty team by kicking two .
Monday at a luncheon at the quarter at the University of Florida McGuire of Union City Pa. were recent and Cecelia Terwlllegar played homeruns. Everyone enjoyed the
I Western Steer Steak House given by Mr. Lining your vegetable crisper which is an academic distinction. visitors of their brother, Vanle Hamiltonand Duplicate Bridge Sunday afternoon In afternoon activities and is looking for

land Mr. Phillip John., Mr. Douglas with paper can help keep family. They visited points of Interest Lake City with the Lake City Duplicate ward to the Countywide Elementary ..-.
I Hardy and Mrs. Carolyn Redgraves. vegetable fresher longer. In Florida while here. Bridge Club. Softball Tournament to be held at
Brooker on May 2.

Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish returnedlast

week from a week cruise on the On Tuesday, April 29, a
"Song of Norway", making stops in Puerto photographer from Delmar Studios Is
Plata, Dominican Republic San Juan coming to Brooker School to take Individual
Puerto Rico and St. Thomas Virgin Profile Portraits. Top quality
t tattl"YII.e 9) Islands. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Klinger of portraits at the lowest price possi
PORCELAI\.CLAD Wilmington, Del., accompanied them on ble. If anyone would like to purchasea
{ -/ .and week with them In of and have not
the cruise spent a package portraits,
THE WEEK PIECE 2 QT. COVERED Starke, visiting points of Interest in received an order envelope may pick

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Anlloch Missionary Baptist Chuck:

darn -..safefar.., -1I I e] taEn I P\\TH"YHII: > \ by Elizabeth G. Walker Thursday 6 p.m. Missionary Hour. 7 p.m.
-rv.l t'lcES Phone 964-6683 Prayer Meeting. Sat. 8 p.m. the Union
Choir will rehearse. Sunday School 9:45:
I REYNOLDSALUMINUM I PANTRY PRIDE c I EE'ZES I I/lt 1\lllt; R Notice! The monthly meeting of theConcerned Morning Worship 11 a.m. Choir Union
Citizens will be held Thursday
.IU'; will be in Putnam Hall 3 p.m.
: FOIL : TEA BAGS 79 : April 24 in the cafeteria of RJE Free Canaan True Church of God In
1 TlIKOlIGH'MA' 10. PANTKVI'KIDI School. All members and citizens are invited Unity: Each Monday 7:30 Prayer Band.
25 SQUARE FEET 1 I 100 COUNT I Ulll 1 HI I IHMIMNU I. Illl: to attend. Tuesday Choir rehearsea. Each Wednesday .
1 unit nns'") i M w" ,mi MSVH vi mm, un' > *ID" 1 1 WITH 1HI9" Ct.l,WIN 1HUHH. APH 14 TMHU UHAPR .1 o J.' LINt: ON lIll:='1I\UI\ l>s Ol, .I'ANrHi' Dell Chapter 168 OES monthly meeting Tarrying Service. Sunday S"hooll0
I 'MUHMIHItl'''. til liwi H MM'K.HU)''I I II.IWW1.11,1.,1)NNUN 1 01 Hi till tISI XI H'IM l> 440 1 FuooONULR M iwoLIMIT'TUHA1.LOPRODl1CThk11t1UII 4 1PRim: BKANI I III MSAVt will be held May 8.in the Masonic Hall on a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening
o. _
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L__ .. .. ____ .:, L_.. Brownlee Street. All members are asked Worship 6pm.Calvary .

to attend. Meeting time 7:30. Baptlnl' Church: Each Thursday .
Church Activities: 7:30 Sunday
Prayer Meeting :
Steak. & $268 a ipOtSELESS BEEF New Bethel Baptist Church: Prayer School 10 a m. Preaching first and third
Sirloin .
Meeting is held each Wednesday at 7 Sunday 5 p.m.
"**! / t ll IIMfflNtliUJl p.m. All member are asked to attend. First Born Church, of The Living God:
D Rib Pork Chops. 11$178 The Ushers anniversary will be observed Bible Study Friday 6:30.Tarrying Service .

'III AH lll emla1, _? ..*- Friday at 8 p.m. All members are askedto Friday 7:30.. Sunday School 10 a.m.
aMVI Stfeik. .' aJS188 cooperate to make this activity successful. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship .
e e e .
7 .
API MI A IB- G=tn p.m.Gresler
o "Chuck Steak s J268 Atl.<.'** 4fttr\sr4lJAHtiki's' tvlii"HV Saturday at 2 p.m. the pastor Rev. Allen Chapel. AME Church:
Cube ? t Y t *! i Ks rt.lHM 1 PH.--
Simmons, will meet with the Deacons, Family and Friends Day will be observed
aSAVI Hr Alt HH MAW _. $!*O Trustees and members at 4:80. Choir will May 18. All members are asked to
Roast.. . .ll rehearse at 6 p.m. Sunday School 10 a m. cooperte and help make the activity sue

%'vi ju ASS ...Nt"" ,.II"'G. *- Morning Worship 11 ..m. Fellowship of cessful. Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning
D Stewing Beef. S !Iii. IIo I78 Churches at 3 p.m.This will conclude services Worship 11 a.m.
for the day. conference will beheld
SAVI MT IfctW Mill (MM The third quarterly
Roll Sausage68D 1 Church of God In Christ: Tuesday May 11. Rev. F.R. Satchel will
Prayer Meeting at 6 p.m. Bible Band 7 preach.
$ ie OLunch pm. Frldeay at 7 p.m. Prayer and Class Reunion: The Class of 1970 is
Meat. . 12D PKG. PANTRY PRIDE SAVE LIMIT TWO DOZEN Pastoral Teaching. Saturday 8 p.m. 'The planning a reunion for Saturday July 1,
uvl.-O..A' $**M n HYGRADE LARGE ** PER CUSTOMER Fabulous Exciting Dedicated Spirit Filled There will be a very important meeting -.
Sunnyland Hot Dogs. SAVE 78*: Miracle Temple"of Atlanta,under the concerning the reunion on Sunday, April -'.
**vt iv' itnme.. QVAtiim HOT DOGS 21)' EGGS TWO 8100Fyne direction of Rev. Burnard A vant will appear 27 at 5 p.m.All classmates are Invited to

D Spred Oleo. 3$1Pork DOZEN In a musical program. The public is attend at the Reno Recreation Center. :
Invited. Sunday School at 9:30.: At 11:30: Banquet: The annual banquet sponsored ::
4AVl Te'"RISN -u98' CENTER CUT PER POUND HOOD OR MINUTE MAID SAVE HALF GAL. Men' Day will be observed. 7:30 the by the NAACP will be held Satur
D Butts . SMOKEDPORK S"XB6O' PURE FLORIDA eO'CAW CARTON pastor and congregation will fellowshipwith day May 24. In RJE Gym. interested ::
MT A It 1 TO 1 1t*WISH (: the member of Williams Tempi in citizens Invited.
8139 are -
D Pork Spare Ribs# 98 CHOPS ORANGE JUICE, 99CLN Gainesville.Mt. -.
Zion'AME Church The Sunday Greater Bethlehem Freewill Hap-
School will sponsor a breakfast selling list Church: The fourth Saturday at 4 ?':

ONCOR MEAT Sunday morning April 27, from 711. All p.m. the Sunday School department' :,
SMOKED PER POUND PANTRY PRIDE SLICED 12os PKG. 2 LB PKG. members and friends are Invited. Sunday will, sponsor a Caravan for Christ. H :}

AMERICANSINGLES ENTREES School a.m. Service 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. will, be an afternoon of fun for both -.
PORK 49 sO'E( 8118 ftAllHmJttV' STEAKS,TURKtV SAVEa. 8138 Mt. Pisgah AME Church: Sunday young and old. We will bicycle ride In :i
CHOQUKTT .Sllltn TUHKr'V. 4O* School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. car and trucks down stale road 18 to .-.
HOCKS VCAL PAHMAGIAfA" MOSTACCIOU' All members are asked to attend the 23* and back to the church. There we -:;

SMOKtD .I.jtRr''S1Mftli.--'v' Fellowship of Churches 3 p.m. at Bethel will, continue with refreshment and
u_ We are extending' an invlla- :5:;
_ Baptist Church. games.
SMOKED SLAB GROUND St. John MIssIonary Baptinl Church lion to everyone to Join the ride with, -3'i!

Sunday School 10 a.m. each Sunday. us for Jesus. Sunday Is our annual :;J
(BACOtfSAVfca Church service 11 am. and 3 p.m. 2nd Youth Day Celebration. Sunday 1=1

and 4th Sunday. Choir rehearses at 6 School at .:::11I with morning worship ;
p.m. 2nd and 4th Saturdays. Visitors are at II a.m.t covered box lunch at II::lit. -?:
always welcome.Mt. and) the 3: p.m. service' Hill finish thedays

Moriah and Pleasant Grove United worship.
Methodist Churches will have Sunday Everyone i III cordially Invited lo at-

1 $ % 'Beauty Jlids 1 u.'s II

by Carolyn Eaves Independent Cif: Building Auditorium.
Phone 964-0812 Attending with me were delegates from
FRESH FLORIDA'BAKING REGULAR Starke.Elizabeth Walker Adona Shaffer
EXTRA FANCY DELICIOUS YELLOW We'were happy to see the article about and Clarice Stephens. We enjoyed the
GOLDENAPPLES Sal CREST Betsy Yawn in the Trailsign. It was presentation by the officers of the annual
CORN great, but Incomplete. Betsy Is Valedictorian report done a. a quis show.There wa a
POTATOES 01X"' SAVE 16' TOOTHPASTE [ of her class and has received slide show of highlights and we spotted
SAVE 20' several award In addition to those mentioned Laurie, Patty and Burney Winkler (tin

SAVE ; Sax TUBE / In the article. As always, we as a travel) and Janet In a flag ceremony at
it BO $118 20'ALB 491 8 EARS$1 SAVE 26* scout, family are proud of her. Chow (tin training* Did you know we
BAG FOR April 7 Junior Troop 614 met with have a scout In Gateway who baa been
Brown Troop 370 at Southald School foran registered for SO year and who ia Mill
CAN w ]Sae-
pjnar.waoesiMW. t-ilQ Egg: Roll. They all had a good time. moving and looking great? She to
MVI ic-rAOlloraHHOWV: l
rKc.494 U99' Suave Shampoo. April 12, 13 was Sixth Grade Roundupfor Elizabeth Jons from J... Also, we havea
Slaw or Salad Asparagus. .' A '
saw "aa Gateway Council at Camp Kateri. member of the Natinoal Board who
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laws w'.ReRI Potatoes..s.69' Suave 'Conditioners. 1" Those attending from here were Laura livea In Orange Park Jean Masse Patterson
Florida Oranges. 12, ,.$100 Baking Garcia Tracy( West end Chris West.. who wa our keynote speaker.
SASS.... US.R0.I Mw w.le' Freedom Pads.199 J ul.. Wise also attended as a staffer. Jean I I. formerly of E.F Hutton. N..
Fresh Mushrooms.>$159 Baking Potatoes. 810.5100.. New The report I received was everyone hada York City, now with Continental

MW.r._ IAeCtNim 1014 great time but It lure was wet. They Utilities (developer of water front property -
Hawaiian Pineapple* !5* juicy, Red Grapes. .,*89c SecretAntiperspirantl39MPS learned to bail out tent, canoe practice ). She presented a great movie on
PMr MTMQ SAWS w Isas Drat aid, learned songs games, hiked Girl Scouting today.
r.IOOW **' Pears. 5 9; Baby Wet Wipes ,. $149 a.ani. ,arts crafts, disco dancing 'en- We decided to have lunch at the Tree
Yellow Onions.. . lit! Anjou .. '. '.' .\ > lit jeyed a taffy pull scavenger hunt and Top Inn while there and that wa a treat.

bail out tents. II( said It was wet.) The The food wad good and It lure was pretty

common eoncenaua wa the food was bad. -
Wltb'aU those activities, who bad time to April 18,19 Junior Troop 60S and 614
eatr and Brownie Troop 811 had an overnightat
a.w April IS Senior Troop 669 treated tb.Cad.tt. the First Methodist Church What a :

.* to a spaghetti supper and pup group. They cooked their upper and)
1 pet show-Boy Meet Girl. They provided breakfast enjoyed crafts song, gamee
P S e songs and highlight of J the year for and exercises. The Stark Fir Depart-
their troop.,' The Cadettes furnished ment gave a fire demonstration and safety
salad and drink and presented a Scout Instructions for the scout Big thank.
Own. Everyone enjoyed the games you to them. The camp Or la tow wa
especially, and the cake ta( specialty of something new. sad everyone enjoyed
Mulllns. Gray and Pratt) singing there. !
April 17 wa the Annual Meeting of Laaden.eur QSP should be mailed ts icouncil.

.\ Gateway Council In'Jacksonville. the .

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; ;.: :,:: Calendar; Events:' in June from the University of North or strength, and endurance. Awards

American. Cancer Society Hampton Elementary School Menu,April 2840. May ..2 end April. 11 Fifth grading period Florida with a degree/ elementary will be presented to forty-eight third

Mr*. Ina Home Is again volunteering Field TrIpe Mondays Pizza /puttered corn, cole education. fourth, and 'fifth graders for-their
her time and effort In collecting for the Last Friday Mra. Mindy McLean's .slaw applesauce cookie milks home April with 24 -Report cards will be sent Mrs. Verna Schmidt and her das achievement and to nlnetyvoven

American Cancer Society In the Hampton fourth graders and Mia Claudette)Peter Tuesday Beefsroal. green lines,peach ZS each student. of first graders are happy to welcome children in kindergarten through two.
-All fourth
_.. cobbler, cheese. April grade will go Mrs. Terri be .
son's fifth grade elaaa enjoyed trip to biscuit milk. to St. Prevatt who will workIng On boy Emanuel BrownseorOd
Mrs. Frank Clark and Mri. Pat Clark Wednesday Meat Augustine on a field trip. with them the end of the
Gainesville when they explored the sauce w/apag-hettl./ 28 through high enough to obtain the< highest
have begun accepting donations also In Devil' MUlhoppor and the Florida State green beans, tossed salad apple crisp Dimes April Saturday. March of school year. She is an intern from the award given to the upper;: gtta_.
behalf of the Cancer Benefit In the Hampton Museum. Ms. Marshal Zlotolow servedas French bread milk. child to"Superwalk" If you wish your University of Florida. Mrs. Schmidt Seven of the ninety-seven children in

Lake area. their guide at the MWhopper and told Thursday Fried chicken, green peas bring home participate an ask blank.him or her to has read the book The Lion the Witch the lower grades scored high enoughto

many interesting facts and stories about mashed potatoes, strawberry shortcake, 27 entry and the Wardrobe to the class in receive the outstanding award' r
Congratulation that scenic place. biscuit milk.Frldayt clocks April ahead- Remember to Daylight preparation for seeing the television their test. They are: In Mrs: Vema
hour for
Gregory Scott Davia and Melissa An. At the Museum they went Into the Barbequed Pork on bun Savings Time.one program. Schmidt's first grade-Tramell Jones

nete Green were married Friday evening cave and enjoyed viewing toe French fries, tossed salad, fruit cup 5-. and Mra Donna Gruen's fourth-fifth and Gerald Brabham; In Ms. Carolyn
,April 18.at the home of Mr and Mr. reconstructed animals. They also found milk. Kindergarten May May 10 Early grade class has a Bike-a-thon winner. Canova's first grade Frank Watson

Edward Mobley on Hampton Lake. the Object Gallery where so many things 1980-81 school registration for the Dawn Mosley. She won $50 for bring- and Raymond! Trimble; in Mrs.Susan
Reverend Raymond Williams officiated Shrine Chicken Fry year. During the school ing in the most She
are stored of .paclaIIDtera.t.Mra. day money. was Nichols second grade -"D vin
week May &-9 the children
at the eeremony. Marjorie Dale was their bu.driv.r Parade To Be be may honored at a Steakhouse luncheon Jackson; in Mrs. Janet Neighbors'
Mr. and loll'''. William Muse and son that day, and they all enjoyed registered at Southside School sponsored by the Kiwanis Club. The room Scott Duncan and Link Bishop.
from .
8 30
: a m to 4:00 On
Eggcellent Event
Shaun moved Into their new home adjacent their picnic lunch. p.m. class congratulates Loretta Austin,

to Connie! parents Mr and Mra. On Friday, April 18, M.... Erne.taln.Denmark' Noble President Robert M. McBas has Whitehead/ Saturday from Southside Mrs. Eugenia and Mrs. Southslde's Spelling Bee champion.. 4-H Winners At : :Ja
Henry Spell and her grandmother Mr. She Southslde ,
well In the
sixth grade claas) and Mrs. announced that more' than thirty Morocco Ann represented
Mary Kyle from Starke Elemen-
Viol. Lefebvre, last week. run-of/s. District Events
Carol. Stevenson's seventh grader enJoyed Temple parade units have accepted Invitations tary will be at Bradford Square from The super spellers for last ''Loll
Happy birthday to Teresa Manningwho a bus trip to Silver Springs near to participate) in the Starke 10:00 to week are Tammy Lane Loretta :no!
a.m. 2:00 to register
war 12 on April 18. p.m. Austin John Manning and BernIce
Ocala. Shrine Club's Twelfth Annual Chicken
Harold Waters students whose parents are not able to Local 4-H'er traveled to Mac'dewy
celebrated his birthdayon Collins.
They especially enjoyed the glass bottom Fry Parade on Saturday, May'B. With
18. visit the school during the week. To Saturday to represent Bradford County
April Some of the and
boys from the
boat ride where) they saw many the addition of girls
over twenty at District Events
enter kindergarten, a child must be competition'the:
Lisa Carter celebrated her 16th and
birthday third, fourth fifth grades will be
varieties of fish such aa the blue fish units from the local and surrounding five old December following H'ers the
22. years by 11980. At were District[ Dinners
on April which traveled 160 miles from the Atlantic areaa, the parade to be of playing Softball in an invitational
promises one the time of from who
loll'''. Mary William.,our postmistress, Ocean. registration the parents tournament in Brooker Friday May our area have been chose")
the largest and most colorful events ever must have: Proof of birth birth to go on and at
( compete competi
certificate -
celebrated her birthday on April 22. The Jungle cruise tour consisted of different staged in Bradford County.Tuesday 2. There will be at least two teams Lion In Gainesville State' '!\
hospital record baptismal :
species of reptiles. The guide night at the April meeting. of record), up to date immunization from each elementary school in the .:;112'',
Visitors pointed out the various kinds of animals the Starke Shrine Club Noble McBae Informed record county participating in this tournament Sr. Automotive Category." CaVlton.
Mrs.' Fred D. Miller enjoyed the visit Including polio DPT measles, Southside will send two. The [li
such as alligators giraffes, turtles and the membership that Shrine. rubella. ; Sr. Horticulture Category) Handy
mumps Physical examination
of her and
daughter son in-law Mr. and have selected.
players not been
zebras. yet Harris Sr.
unit from Baker Clay and PutnamCounties forms may be obtained from the : Industrial Art CatefUVy' ,
Mrs.' Raymond Sharp of Lynn. Indiana, Both claaaes enjoyed their picnic lunchon and Gainesville Jacksonville school office the health Hoorayl Physical fitness testing is Tony Anderson; Sr. Recreation Category,
who spent one week with her and also depart over! The
the lawn. Keystone Heights Live Oak St. ment. students at South lde have Doll Waters; Sr. Food and Nutrition
visited their daughter in OcalaMrs. Augustine and Woodbine, have .been participating in some type of Category. Deborah Green Jr.
Georgia Fo4-nd
Kathryn Carbone of Elizabeth May 7 All fifth grades will go to fitness : I
physical test during the last
N.J. arrived April 15 at the Gainesville The Hampton Coupon Club meets confirmed that they will Join with the the middle school for an orientation month. Despite the Nutrition Category Melissa May>and I
local club In honoring' the crippled rainy Tammy Moody; and Jr. Clothing '
Saturday. April 26 at 2 at the home session
Airport to spend some time with her p.m.
testing was completed last week and
mother Mra. Belle Brown. of Carolyn Slater on Hampton Lake. children of the world. Non Shrine parade May 23-All first grades will go to there are several award winners in Category Debbie Fairish. r-fceciH I

Mr. Frank Brown of Miami spent the They have large supply of cash offs and units from Bradford Baker and Clay the Jacksonville Zoo for their field each wtll ,
grade Two
Counties will swell the total number of group. tests were Congratulation to all our 4 rfVr* '
will share trip.
weekend. with his They to help In getting
mother Mrs. Belle this \
given The AAHPERD test
started In parade units to sixty or more. Mrs Brenda Stroud year. competed at District and a spq.laLSpp-' ;:
Brown, and his slater, Mrs. Kathryn Car refunding interning this administered
was to the third fourth
Noble McCrae also the gratulatlons to those who wiU Jb au
Call presented to g
bone. Edith Smith at 468-2624 or quarter in Mrs. Linda Tougaw's and and fifth "" *
Carolyn Slater 468-2920 club a national flag which has flown over Miss Jo Ann grades and the AAU test was on to State. ..M
Edward L. Casey. Faye and Jun.Ball..y at for more In Tyson's first-second given to the students .
In grades K 4 H I Ie
formation. the nation' capitol and which was provided grade combination class. The class open to all without regauUUrace
of Kokomo, Indiana spent several two. Each
through test is designed
to color national .
by Representative FrankWilliam sex or onECKEF
days with his aiiter in-law, Mra Viola enjoyed having the extra help measure several components of %
Lefebvre and the Henry Spell family. f from Mrs. Stroud who will graduate fitness such as speed, agility cower %
Mr. and Mrs Gerald Adkins accompanied .

Alachua Mr.on Sunday and Mrs.where E.L.they Prevail attendedthe to D FREEZES PRICES FOR A MINIMUM OF 60 DAYS "'Br-

funeral of Robert Richard who was abrother ON ALL ECKEIUI'
Richard. PRESCRIPTION EYEGLASSES. Yes THE FIGHT; "Freeze your prices to us on any Item we sell and we will
wa re freezing our regular prices on all the Items above. Our voluntary inflafreeze
the regular retail price to our customers Not just for 60 days but
tesiss ss>a ssisl lion-fighting program Is in effect through May 21 and we will not raise these (for as long as you hold the price." a I
Bayless Highway 'prices even though our costs are going up. If we can sell for less we will. a YOU'can trust S3pORALB : r I

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Pastor April Highway"Encouragers"There. 26 and will Baptist at church be 7:30:from a Church invites sing p.m.Savannah at Saturday with all Bayless to, Ga.the attend ., I I I I 1 ii. ; ; Z" j if. P. Ut./ .i i. ii II Hi_

May Medeiros Also 4.revival With from will Evangelist El begin Monte April Rev.Calif.28. Sam thru The i 1 1 : I if !" ,j

revival will begin at nightly !
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At Calvary'Baptist :: i j5-oz.tube lUIotld" ::: 1 :: Dependable bottle of pain 100 relief,. :: I .j: SO-yarda..eaay.to use. :=: lu, :, BLADES I; "" I' HAQ B&A M j F t t I kAAO/ ; ::
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will Church also Cherry be Old; Fashioned Day and Madison at Calvary Day Streets.so Baptist wear It ,- 69 :::I fi:: 1 39 I: :;:: 29 .:::::I I: :::: 99 :':: i ::: 49 ::: : ::= 119 .: :: U II'1

your overall, stovepipe hats orwhatever -|Coupon Good Tnru Sat ,April 26 :_ : : Coupon Good Thru Sal,April 2e| = Coupon Good Thru Sat April 28 : ( : : : ,. .
: j_ : Coupon Good Thru Sat.April 2 : Coupon Good Thru Sat.,April 26 ( .
Coupon food Thru S.t.
your cutaway suit and long .. I ,.. ... ... .. Aptt26 r 7
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about behind Hawthorne 1 p.m. in Dinner the Fellowship will be served Hall I I ..DRISTAN'. ...... ---.----- .--,-. ---..-...-...-..-...-...-..-....--,,--.-.-..-..-...-.-..-. --- --- -.---.--"---I --..-...-..-..-..-. .-. .-...-- I---..-. -.-..-.-...-.--------' -.--- -.-. I --'----.-..--..-.-..-- I---..-..-..-.-..-. -.---'----. _-- --" ----.-..--_'_._. .._.. 1 11 ,;I

church. I ( H'_: MAALOX PLUS i- : j ;. I
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Sunday Set I j'' Ig decongestant f 2ge pop-out' foil w I : 15-oz hair con- :' :j o Stays on even In I

Morgan Rd. Baptist I ,.: i tablets "O.D', M........ :::III, _:,::. pack of 12 -_ \7'...J j.= 1: :'' 19Q dltloner. 2 types. ,::_ 1 t: ". 2M water. 4-oz 3 ': I
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April 27 is Youth Sunday at Morgan / ._ :j I : __,_ r I
Road Baptist Church. The young peo1 1 -- :- --:--;; 7 -1:7: : -

ple will be in complete control of both 1 I ; ; :
services. There will be a special guest 1 :: 1 :; 24 HOUR ,: I '; B3asjr I
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speaker Mr. Randall Crawford.Ladies' : :: ': CLAIROL LOVING loW1a :I n
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Fellowship Sponsors i BATH I I : types' I I ,j I :' 1C rtehades. .. ,; ;, ;: I I

Garage Sale ; ;.: I :=: LIMIT 1 := I i LIMIT 1 i:; I ,i; HAIRSPRAY \r\r. :: ,!,j
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The Ladies' Missionary Fellowshipof I 5-oz bath size, :' "...... ....,..... .. _.. '" I I :::' .,. ...... .... Y ......." :: I .: 1 I II
the Pine Level Church 1 ': !:sa t I :: I I
Baptist is gold deodorant bar ------------- -- -- ---------------- -- -- 12-oz aerosol.
sponsoring a garage sale this Friday j LIMIT 3 I .. .... .. .. ..".. . ,......"' I ... ..... -.---.'-,--.---.---I-----" -------- y .: 3 types. ktcredlble :
and Saturday April 25-26 It will be I ;: .; I 'i I i1 LIMIT 14-hcII.f.:
located on the Plggly Wiggly parking j = i w I hold ': :
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furniture small appliances, antiques 1 1 .. .. .. ....... .. . . : .:' .. .. .. .. ... .... ;, I :. Coupon. Good Thru Sat,April'26 :: I i. ,
plants handwork baked goods t-------------------------- ......,'"""' I ... .. .. .. ;' I I1 .. .. : ,
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I tj 13-oz. Disinfects ,' 1 ; SWIMSUITS = ; : I j PANTYHOSE c=, ,
Department : j 190 & deodorizes .;: I j: Solid colors';>> or fancy ; e straw :: I ,: Non-rollwalat/
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REQ $1.79 .,= I ': 788 patterns Assorted 1 I & @, I j: 179 band ventilated, .
New River Volunteer Fire Dept I ,: I .
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received their first donation of"furniture" :1 H Coupon_ .. : REQ $2.29 :, I 1H: REQ $229 i
Coupon Good Thru Sat .April 26 i : Thru ''/ ':
from the Green Acres 4 H .. .. 'H. i : .. Coupon Goo Thru Sal .April, 26 : Coupon .. .
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After the presentation a chicken pilaf _; SUPER CURL 1 NORELCO ELECTRIC I :; PLASTIC DOME >' U1 SOUNDESIGN AM/FM :; : I
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dinner was enjoyed by member..leadere'.nd I : j: RAZOR j: ACCENT LAMP i, I i:, PORTABLE RADIO :
families of Green Acres 4 H Club and :j 1 : '
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NO. 9320 88Pop-upside- or ;j
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Depart1 :; students Assortedcolors
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Following the dinner there was a football ,. : : NO. 1131 I ;; REG. $5.99 : 1
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,; Tnru Sat April 26 1 :: REQ. $39.95
game between the club members and 1 : Coupon Good ThruSatApr/129/ / Coupon Good Thru .. .= ( J
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the members of the Fire Department It I .. .. ..... . ..-.'.'.,ivW.r..iQQ .
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At the close of -get-together" the 1 CUT'NFIT / 1 I t 1 I u
club members were reminded of their 1 I RAID .1 I : ,
work day on Saturday April 26 at I 9 a.m. I AIR/FURNACE: I FLYING INSECT- 1 Ul 1 I'' ;; &it I Id/ CERTAON60MIN.N'
This work day la to landscape" the New ; : FILTERS KILLER ; ;:'t.D: : 1 CASSETTE p.,

River Volunteer for their Community Fire Departmentgrounds Pride Pro-, 1 Ready tocut your ; Kills pasty flying In. 1 GALAXY CRYSTALS" I. TAPES ; 'I M N J 1

1 own specifications 1 sects Indoors or out; FLOOR FAN 1 / mot '& moth I.INI 1
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REG. ego EA. I rillS Premium blnk t I
1 12'/-oz. aerosol ( :1]
4-H to open to all without regard to I ed f $ :6. -" V \
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April Z4 1911. TELEGRAPH PagetA

News ... aee -a. -- .. .

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Jacksonville!son-la-law and daughterof Mrs Elsie Norman was a Monday night guests of their brotherinlawand Lawtey: Little League Association place winner wu First Methodist
by Elisabeth Terry Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McCombs .overnight guest of her mother Mrs. sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gary would Ilk* to thank all who helped to Church of Stark. Think to aU teams
Phone 78Z3300iCsurch announce the arrival of a new son, Llssie Starling of Jacksonville. Wheeler and their parents, Mr. and make our Car Wash and wax and Bum- who were a part of this Tournament and
Milo Moses born April 15th at 4 p.m. Reggie Norman of Cedar Keysvisited Mrs. Cecil Hardee and Mr. and Mrs. .mage Sale of April 12 a success.A special all fane who weathered the raID to help
", N. at SL Vincent's Hospital, Jacksonville his parents,' Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Crapse. Sr. thanks to the personnel at LWCL our Aaaoelatlon to make this Tourna-
1 Activities: weight IDS and 8 oz, Both are Truman Norman Sunday until Thurs Mr. Cecil Hardee and Faron Carter Lawtey Little League Association mint a success. Thank to the ladln for
'Grace United Methodist The doing fine. Their mother, Mrs Katy (Mn. Wayne Hat-dee's brother) wentto Men's Church Slow Pitch Tournament their fine meals, also thank to LWCI
of Heart" will be singing\ at
Singers day.Mr. and a North Florida Fox Hunter's Northsld Church. personnel for their help during the Tour.
Community Center// the lint McCombs, was their Tuesday dinner. and Mrs. Franklin Starling wa won by: Baptist
Ralford the Association: Field Trial which was Second Church of God, third nament.
be guest.Mrs.. family, of Bryceville spent place by
,Saturday night in May.There will
Barbecue and the general J.P. Wyrick, of Tallahassee, weekend with their parents, Mr and held In Lulu on Saturday. Feron
.a is Invited. will start at spent a week with her sisters Mrs. Mrs Fleam Starling. Carter's Dog "Hoss" placed third in Starke Our clan also enjoyed the long walk to
public Singing C.E. Strickland, of Gainesville, and Mr. and Mrs. David Galnes, of the all age male category. He won a Bradford Square visiting many of the
7:30: p.m.Education Committee met thispest Miss Elizabeth Terry. Starke, visited their mother Mrs. real nice trophy and was very proud. Elementary shops along the way. Winn-Dixie wu
(The evening to discuss plans We welcome Mr. and Mrs. Henry Earl Teston and family, on >SW1dayafternoon. Henry Hodges Hank and Mark School really a treat with a walk-In cooler.
: Sunday Smith of Indianapolis, Ind., to our were Saturday supper guests of his Thanks to all other merchant Mac's
vacation church school Anyone
fe; the and daughter brother-in-law and sister-in-law. Mr. News Music musical treat as Mr.
community. They purchased Mrs. Wayne Harper Shop was a
who. has plans to be a part of this
.I contact Jeane Lee. former Arwood home from Mrs.Gene of Keystone Heights spent Monday and Mrs. Thomas Smith of Kingsley Randolph played both the organ and
,should,Meetings of note. The Stout Ladles Pearson. Mr. Smith drives a large afternoon with her uncle and aunt Lake. There were several familiespresent. Important Dates to Remember. piano there. ,
.continue to meet Monday evening at truck for Cedar Rapids Transportation Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman, ancitheir "Mrs. Thursday. April 24 Report cards go Our class is In the proem of com
in the Fellowship Hall. Bible Company. Their daughter, Mrs. grandmother, Mr*. Thelma Truby Walnwr'fight and Mr. home let grade trip to Jacksonville Zoo. pleting piggy bank made from bleach
r9:30p.m.: Friday Robert Lamonte, and son Troy will Prevail. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited Mrs. Friday April 25 2nd grade field tripto jug. The art activity la providing many
study at the parsonage. every be with them for a month vacation. Mrs. Anna Mae Sapp of Starke, Loca Whitten. in Lake Butler on Sun- Silver Sprlnga. learning experience, plus the added Joy
,evening at 7:30: p.m.Flrst Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp and Mrs., was a Sunday dinner guest of. her day afternoon. Classroom picture are on sale of a handsome shiny piggy bank for yearsto
Tom Tatum Jr., were Saturday din- mother, Mrs. Daisy Thompson.Mr Mrs., Wendie Smyth and daughter through May 2 for $3 each. They: may be come. Many thanks to Mr. William.,
Baptist of Lawtey ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gene and Mrs W.S. Crews, Jr., and Elizabeth of Jacksonville, were bought from the school third grade teacher, for all his help In
David Modrytukl and family of Faith Pearson,of Starke Other guests were baby of Jacksonville visited their weekend guests of her parents, Col. offjee.Claaaroom completing the project.On
Baptist Church of Houma, La.,.attended Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Mozingo, of St. grandmother Mn. Pierce Crews on and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. News April 11. Stark Elementary
the service at the church on Stephens, SC. and Mr. and Mrs. Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Wilma Wainwrlght, Mrs. School boated the St. Jude Children's
Wednesday night. Rev. David Stanley Fedak. of Starke who are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sherring and Ellen White, Mn. Robert Lee Miss Last week's Superstars In Ms. Cissy's" Research Hospital Bike-a-Thon.. Th."W.lk .
Modrynski was the speaker. He Is brother-in-law and sister of Mr. Camp family,of Starke were Sunday dinner Dorothy Swanbom and Mr. and Mrs. Math class Mattox. TimmySexton : for Life" wa railing money for
arei Sissy
connected with Ed Ballew, director of ... Hermie Kelly attended the United : ......
M. for children dl.
and Mrs. Pearson; also their nephew guests of their grandmother Jenny Dayan, Mike Barber and research *
Rock of Ages Prison Ministry,Inc.,of and niece Lt. and Mrs. Ernie Mixon, .L..Wilkison, Sr. Another guest was Methodist Women Retreat, at Camp Ray Nettles. Each grade group rod. their' bicycle
Cleveland, Tenn. Their purpose is to of Orange Park. Guests for the Mrs. Wilkison's son-in-law Joe Olena on Saturday. The winners of the Springtime Poem or walked one mile around Coach Ben
"carry the Gospel to those behind ban. weekend were their sister Mrs. Martha Napier, of Jacksonville. Ray Wilson spent a week with Erin Writing Contest are Mark Beard and Moxley's track with guidance from
Highland Baptist, Rev. E.P. Strickland and Patricia, Maria, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel WUkiran and Braswell at Indlatlantlc Beach. Shawn Thorpe. Coach Moxley and Mr. Jordan during
Sheets, a former part time pastor of and John of Hazelhurst, Ga. daughter, Dana, of Jacksonville Mr. and Mn. Larry Battles and Super Spellers In Mrs. Vallenga and their P.E. period.A .
., lrst. Baptist of Lawtey, has been Mrs. BID Dobbs spent a week with were Saturday dinner guests of their son. Paul visited their father Mr. Ms. Moxley's class this week are Lisa total of $799 was railed with Allen
called.as a full-time pastor of this her son-in-law and daughter Chief parents Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thurston Ellsor. of Clay Memorial Burras, Felicia Aaron. Stephanie Porter bringing In the highest amount of

..churchtuM ./ Wayne Gustafson and new daughter, Wilkison Hospital, Green Cove Springs. on Sun- Cruger,There Baldwin Denise Tyson, contribution. Susanne Sapp wt the second
( :: Anna, of Pensacola.Mr. Mrs. Pierce Crews and her niece, day afternoon. Melvin Crlbb. Eric Geiger and Grady highest collector. There were 109
." and Mrs. Chuck Moore and Mrs. W.F.Atwood,Sr., were business Mrs Wm. Wolfe and ions Billy and GosnelL total participant
r 1PetsOn.I.1 family, of Lake City, were Sunday visitors In Jacksonville on Thursday.Mr. Danny of Cape Coral, spent the Thanks to Mr. M. Craven at Wandy'i Coach Moxley felt the Blke-a-Thon was
Ricky Rondez. of Miami visited his dinner guests of their mother, Mrs. and Mrs. W.F. Atwood Sr., and weekend with their mother, Mrs. for allowing our TMR and EMR students a great success and would like to thank
'.slsteNMrs.. Ramona Johns, of Fred Moore. their mothers, Mn. Onie Thornton,. Doss Higginbotham and their to visit and enjoy hamburger, French all the Bradford County residents for
Brooker and his cousin, Dusty Mrs. Thelma Prevatt, returned to visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hyman and brother-in-law' and sister, Mr. and trie, and coke. The children were all their generous contribution
Roberts, of Lawtey for a week. His the home of her son-in-law and family and Mr. and .Mrs. Keith Mrs. Glen Shuford, and daughter thrilled at this treat. They: made thank The Kindergarten cl.... of Stark.
'brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman Brockman and family, of Nancy and her nephew and niece, Mr. you card to show their appreciation.II Elementary visited the Police and Fire
Mrs."Dennis Roberta and baby of after spending some time with Tallahassee, Friday until Tuesday.E3 and Mrs Danny Shuford.We really gave the children an experiencethat Station on Wednesday April 16. The
Missouri were also their guests. her other son-in-law and daughter, and Mrs. Michael Crapse Jr.,of are happy to report that Mrs. they might not otherwise have had children were directed on a tour of the
Mr. and Mrs. David Albert, of Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Harper, of Starke. Hinesville Ga., were Saturday over- R.H. Futch is getting much better. Police Dept. by Officer Moaler. Chief
Bowen Invited the children into his office
for a brief chat, and treated them to can

William gave a very interesting -
talk on the duties of a fireman
and demonstrated the various equipmentthat
a fireman uses AU children experienced
a very worthwhile morning.
Special thank to our Police Dept. end

Fire Dept. ,
I : I I e e a r IY I T I 'I I II From Mr. Grlffl-Jenkln 2nd grade

/ : 1 eI..*- we welcome Sylvia Favela. a new
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i who was here earlier this year.
II Those making 100 on the Spelling test

I :: .--. : Friday were Daniel Carlton. Randy
I : .::: :::. : Cobenti James Martin. John Relchert.
II 1'YMWRfrEA Mignon Carroll and Alton Young. Jeffrey -

ii <': I -C. = i i / < t t S rllr :; iAiH t I : i Workman and Kelsey Thomas.
III celebrated their birthday. this month.In
:: : :: :: I honor of Earth Day April 22 the

:I : :: : :::: ::: I II Eth grade claaae of Starke Elementary
:: the school with twe flowering
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.I I ::: FLAVOR ROASTPEANUTS DORITOS I == PAPER 1 ; TYPING '_ 1 : GLUE I II Representative from the 4 fifth grade

I :; 1, PEPSlorI t : t : TORTILLA CHIPS:::= _;: PLATES :=:: :: PAPER 11: : ::: Permanently bonds most :=:: the walked shrub to Roller', a Bottle. Nursery Brush and and elected a Confederate
I I : I Dry roasted,no sugar or Serve wltn soup,sandwich)- I : 0-Inch size fluted type, : I _:: 200sheetspremium : 1 surfaces seconds. = I Jiimine. the fifth
;I ::::: 12-oz., pop-top cans. :_:: 1 : oil added. 12-oz. jar. I or your favorite beverage : 1 :: pack of 100. : 1 :: quality for your special' :=:: 1 :_::. 3 gram tube. _: tI grade were Chuck Representing Coburn and Wendy

;I II I j JMIT.1 :-:: I : REQ. $1,19 .LIMIT' ; t REQ. 99! LIMIT : I REG. $1.09 LIMIT 1 : : :: needs. REQ. $1.49 .: I = REQt$1.59L.IMIT2 I i98zi Haieh (McClelland' homeroom. James

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q. 8 ij 6ge a: ::: 77e. .99e77e._ : = i iI homeroom). Gary Wise and Barbara
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1 PA K :, f I' : Robinson (Reddish homeroom), and
;:I -:j' Coupon flood Thru Sat.April 26 -i I Coupon Good Thru Sat,April 26 !; Coupon Good Thru Set,April 26 ,: I :: Coupon Good Thru Sat.Apr1126 1 j: :oupon Qood Thru Sat.,April 26 :I' Coupon Good Thru 3 t.,April 26 Henry cooper and Sandra Cain

/I .., .. .. I .. '" I .. .. .. I ".. .. ,. .. .. .. J (Adkinon'The.. third homeroom grade students). made 100

s I I I Irrs.I t : 1.L..w. percent on Mr*. Betty Crawford's spelling -

,I 1 : .. .... .. .. I ..... :: .- test In Language Art this week
.. -- -- -r r awr.- -- --
.. ---- Laurie
-- ------ .r .r.r..r Harold Chandler Cindy Simons.
+ .wrrN..r..w..rrr. : : : ; : J ;,'.... .' .. ,.......'OO.1 I ,,,.........I. .... : : Mobley and Renee Thomas.On .

..... I I :' S-SHELF STEELSHELVING : :: 'S-SHELFPLASTIC' I Friday Mr. Crawford and Mr..
i : ;
I :. CANDY BARS iJ;; ; "= I, : jhflJ M:: : ,i; ETAGERE a Assembles wlthO airplane Shroeger1 art eonUst.homeroom Beat class all around had wa an
:J n
I : 5/ 00 Popular flavors. i H Automatic advance Electronic : i :':: 1388as.embe., : a 1 : > <> out tools. For books, won by Richrd Whitaker. best flyer was
I FOR I ; 4499 flash i :" x 88". :" : stereo & more. Reginald Crum best design was Scan
I REQ. 25'-? 0 r I .: i REQ. $29.99 j Starling and best decorated were Sheryl
1 11 REQ $49 99 1" REQ. $17.99 :
1 EA. ,: Coupon Good ThruS.I..ApIIZII ; I : Coupon Good Thru Sat.April 26 11::= .: : 14, CouponOooclThruSII..AprllZI Brasell and Renee Hewett.
I Coupon Good Thru Sat April 26 . .. , a .. .. .. -- Just a reminder that you can register

...... ... -- -- ----_._------_._ ..__.._-_._.._- -- -- _..._.....__._.".. --_._-_._.__._--._-- --------._------ ._------. _... ._.--._- _._._._-_....__.: your child for Kindergarten. the week fM.y
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/ : . .. .... I.' In observance of National Library
'= I :
s sI
I ': r : :' DAIWA1600C X Week. April 13-19. Mrs. Shubert held a
I : : = SWIM GOGGLES .' I SPIN REEL : poster contest In the library for fifth
r COMBI) Fit tight mask& I .:' 99aiumnumbody.DURACELLALKALINE' : grade. Winning tint prise for the most
1 Ian safety lens. = I I I creative poster was Kelly Jackson, who
I LOUNGER NO.E1388' ? :: I Speed retrieve. 1 "C or la In Mrs. Reddish' homeroom. Other
Heavy duty vinyl cover I = : REQ $2.99 '''C'O''' 1 REQ. $23.99 For flashlights, winner were Matthew Bryant, Laurel
I I on cadmium plated = CouponQood Thru Sat.,April 26 i Coupon Good Thru Sat.,April 26REQ. radios,toy*4 some : Alveres, Tammy Covington Patrick
I ,
I steel frame Adjusts = I amalieppUancel. .: Digg,Jessie Simmons. Lisa Griffls, Don.
1 to 7 positions.REQ. : -----.. REQ. 92'09 Younts and Cindy Parado.,
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$1268 ; : -; 7-----1---: ::7.7',7: : .r The library will have a used. book sal

1 :. : i I 2.5-QUARTIGLOO 1/ : MEN'S A LADIES''''''' 1 1i ojt.139 I. on FrIday. May 2. the book will be
students for 25
available to our cent
1 :. COOLER I, :" GLOVES : '.- each I....
: : I n 4 Hob Nob whlte.tr! ::
-- '-' The
.1 1788polyelhylane. I :: 1 bland gloves. For r i Coupon Thru Sat April 28 From room:
1 coupanGoodTnru) I : gardening* r : following students attended school everyday
: Sat April 26 I $21.99 I : REQ. $1.79 : this fifth sixth week's grading
.: period: Kenny DeSue.: Chris Dinklne,
I I Coupon Good Thru Sat.April 26 I Coupon Qood Thru Sat.,AprH 28 1 I
. Adrian Mosley, Tong Sue Hankerson
I Richard Smith Vickie McFarlan.Allah
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f' r-rr-L----------a, .; . I '.. : I : ; Truin Manning.Blye Freddy and Jenny. Cain Williams Derrick Long,

I REFREEZABLE //I :: OSCILLATING ; :1 '; TRANSMISSION.1- '': .... ...............
? BLUE ICE PACK ,: SPRINKLER :: FLUID ".= "Card'of ThanksWe
I A Do It yourself( j *.. Ice substitute that .... I : Covers up to 2800 I For most automatic iii
I 3 pest control. 1 77.. .. keeps cold for I., I 7a sq. n. Brass//its : ': 59'. ".. transmissions. '. to friends
a : sincerely grateful
I 64-oz. size. 1 hours.REQ. l I NO. 89 '. at.:0.: ::: are
I REG. $4.99 I ; : :, can. REQ. 89- ..... ; and neighbors, Archer-Tanner
$1.19 REQ. $9.99CouponGtoodThruSat
Good Thru Sat,April 26 Dr. Hernandez the
Coupon Funeral Home ,
Coupon Good Thru Sat April M I Coupon Good Thru Set,April 26 .April
l Jl- staff of Bradford ay. Hospital,
---------J 4.. the Reverends Madeiros and Drake
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---------- -- aI for their many kind acts of sympathy
r -. .- I, . : during our sad bereavement. Our appreciation
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I LAWN A GARDEN 1/ :=; 1'J-INCHXSO-FOO : I JANCOi cannot be adequately ex
= i HOSE PLANTERS pressed.
: t The Family of
I m a a, Hoe, bow rake or ': I 2 ply vinyl. :: 00 Clay potsln e Reba Crews
t ** Easy to handle. /I OO (hov l.Metal heads j f :. ICaQ grass fittings : I i assorted colorsVREQ. de8 : ......0...................
TJOB0 Uses mono line: -f a wooden handles, I = NO. 501 FOR signs & 1
i ** *? REQ. $38.85"- REQ. $3.99 I REQ.: $3.79 .. $1.99 EA. 1 Mr. Jack W.: Hall and children
Coupon Good Thru Sat.AprH 26 Coupon Good Thru Set.April 26 ; I boupcnno -'-,April M Coupon Good Thru ..Aprll26 s---
," :: : : .. .., I 1 : would like to express their
gratitude to the EMTs Cliff
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1:"--_-,.::;;::::.-.-------------------r--------------------------------------- :a Chapman and Scott fire Taylor and the
r f ee i Yy kelp from city police

!y 24-IN. BRAZIER B"x10'f SCRIPTO' ...... (BDliJIV0Wfir( TJ lJlJ a.aJEi7E : '15II and departments nurses at, and Bradford the doctors County

GRILL BAR-B-Q, ENLARGEMENT' MIGHTY MATCHLIGHTER /I, II IllIIlIjIfJWB;) fk f (](!fUB' .( 1 Hospital for to save their Jacqueline efforts in attempting N.

I Baked enamel FROM YOUR ITS / t : Fla I Hall, our wife and mother.
NEGATIVE 831 S. Walnut St Starke
k I fire. bowl, Just 1 i This county is fortunate to
!k I multi-position favorite bring color your i : : have such a fine group of EMT'
t I grid,fold-up = ; f _' I .
print negative. GOOD who.. so highly skilled. Their
/( legs.REQ.. $12.fYd REG. 3.80- I ,' DllpolablellghterWlt"i THRU SAT. APRIL 20 : ,level of professionalism and eipertise -

t. OPEN WEEKDAYS/ > < I III in our time of emergency.

1 gIg 199 I 9 A.M. til 9 P.M.SUNDAYS ECKERP wore truly exemplary.:
CouponGood Thru Sat.Wiz! Please accept ,our heartfelt

I i. | CouponG004TIIrU..AprU.)| CouOood ThruSat.AprN2' 1 10 A.M. til 7 P.M. J thanka.; ,", .

.. __ I .A"LY&O".IALa. DRUGS The Jack W.Hall famiITLawtey
1'I'; s I' J. :!v :4:1 : ITEMS LIMITED. .

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I Page lOA TELEGRAPH April 24.1980 t:

.. LEGALS 1 p- .. ...

IN THE CIRCUIT WITNESS my hand Target Area. 1 et.. NOTICE. OF.INTENTION. wh'o acidreM' 'Is 40) PERSONAL fclCHOLS.BY/s/Wsyn-' -T;Ipi"o; ;." '; '(.O:' :

COURT EIGHTH and the seal of this NOTICE OF Rehabilitation for tanavlllto- Dongaa Street. Staten REPRESENTATIVES A. Wolf. 800 Barnett 889li<". ,- 1.-:!:.

JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF Court on April I. 1980. INTENTIONTO tlon of the neighborhood 1 l TO REGISTER.. .Island N.Y. 10810. The SMITH, HULSEY. Bank Building Jackson- 4/24/ Itchr / .
FLORIDA IN Gilbert S. Brown As REGISTER signified No. I In the City of FICTITIOUS .name and address of the SCHWALBE ft !Jill., Florida 82208.
AND FOR BRAD. Clerk of the Court By: FICTITIOUS Starke far a total cast of NAME personal representative's i
FORD COUNTY. Beulah M. Moody. NAME 350000. attorney are set

Deputy Clerk. forth below
Civil Action Case No. Pursuant Section It has been determined Pursuant to Section
4/3/ 4tchg 424.NOTICE. to 865.09 Florida Statutes All persons having
80-144. 869.09 Florida Statutes, that such request for' clalme or demands
IN RE: THE MAR' notice Is hereby given release of funds will not that notice the is hereby given against the estate) are PUBLIC NOTICE I

RIAGE OF BILLY B. that the undersigned constitute an action. undersigned. WITHINTHREE .
B. Davis
ALLEN. Husband and Kathy Rogers P. O. Baa significantly affecting the Mary owner MONTHS I

JOy.. F. ALLEN Wife OFINTENTION 502. Starke, Fla. 32091. quality of the human environment the doing firm business name of under A-l FROM THE DATE OF A. provided. by Chapter 197.Aeta G..n..Reotourant. 8.92.

doing business' under the and accordingly: CLEANING CON THE FIRST PUBLICATION of 19'7. Notice 10 hereby given that Gulf Service Station. %!!Beverly :
NOTICEOF firm name. of !KATS the City of Starke .hasda, <(d. OF THIS taxes
TO REGISTER TRACTORS with mailing tangible personal property 23.00'
ACTIONTO PLACE, 108 E.Coll Street ed not to an Environmental G
prepare file
NOTICE to with nten
FICTITIOUS address and place of assessed for the'year 1979 are IIOW Radio A TV S.rv 17.28d.Unqu.nt
Starke, Florida, 32091 Intends Impact Statement -
the clerk of the above
: Joy F. Allen c/o/ NAME to register said fictitious under the National Environmental business. at P.O. Box court a written statement and beginning April I Hampton General Story 110.13
Joe July. 630 name under the Policy Act of 146. Lake Butler Fla., of claim demand such taxes are drawing. interest at Hayes Farm Ins 744.8'1
McKinley, Sand Springs Pursuant to Section provisions, of aforesaid 1969 (PL 91-190)). Intend to register said they any have. 18 percent per year plus the proporo Horses Interstate. of Lawtey.tionate .
Oklahoma 74063 865.09, Florida Statutes, statute. fictitious name at the office may cost of publiahing this. notice pq. 18.7.
Each claim must be In
notice It hereby given of the.. Clark of the and delinquent _to Unieu the 107.08
Kathy Rogers, owner. The reasons for such decision / writing and must Indicate HouekApartm.nt.
that the undersigned Circuit Court of Union
YOU ARE HEREBY Dated this 17th day of not to prepare such the basis for the. amounts set opposite each name Huntley John W." Wayne J.8.0.86
NOTIFIED that in notion Dorothy S. Bishop Rt. 1, April, A.D. 1980 In Bradford statement are as follows: County Union County claim the name and address below are paid prior to the 80th day lohno Edwin .1.26

for dissolution of 32091.Bo '"41 and, Storke.Cheryl Flo.F.Strickland. County. 4/17 4tpd Florida of on receipt of of .of the creditor or of April 1961 warrants will be issued Johns.L.L.Jr 171.114
proof publication
marriage has been filed Rt. I. Box 3/8. This project does notadversely this notice. his agent or attorney thereon and the Tax Collector wW Keystone Tu''". Co 1118.68apply

and you are required to 400F. Starke. Flo. 32091 affect the qualityof Undersigned further and the. amount claimed. to the. Circuit Court for .n Kilby,Ronald Eta 1.23
serve a copy of your NOTICEOF the human environment.An If the claim in order directing levy and '
if doing business under the affirms that the object not yet upon Kyle.Harry W. 94.29
written defenses, ,
any firm name of THE SPECIAL ELECTION of this business la to due the date when it .i.ure of the tangible personal pro- Laney Anthony 1. 26.27
to It. the petitioner'sattorney
on UNICORN EXERCISE Enrlronmental Review deal In all lawful will become due. shall be perty 0' the taxpayers for unpaid M.R.Devine Con.t. 71.22
nameand City of Lowtey Flo. Record respecting the within stated. If the claim is and additional _to
address Is J. J. STUDIO, 128 East Call business, and the undersigned taxes penalties Martin Jimmy 168..7
P. O. Street, Starke, Fla. project has .been "made by are the sole contingent or unli The names of delinquent personal Motel Trail 830.86
Box 1086. Starke 32091. Intends to TO All WHOM IT MAY CON- the City of Storks which, owners of said business. quidated the. nature of property taxpayere and the Motel Und.rwood 8..10

Florida 32091 on or register. said fictitious CERN: documents review of the the environmental and Dated at Lake Butler the uncertainty shall be amounts of taxes including the cost Nita'Upholstery Shop 8.82
name under the prowl. project Florida this. 22nd of stated. If the> claim Is of advertising the first montll'
before May 21, 1980 forth the day are .I..n.Cyril Barbara 46.26
Notice Is hereby giventhat more fully sets .secured the security
and file the originalwith .Ion* of aforesaid April. A.D., 1980. penalty and delinquent cost. are as Ramey Browning 12.82
will such StatementIs
a special election reasons why shall be described... The
the clerk of this statute.Dorothy S. Bishop and be held on June 3. 1980 In not required. This Environmental Owner.Mary B. Davis, claimant. shall. deliver follows: Rhoden.Roy Rn 19.06
court either before service Review RecordIs Shell Station %! Irvin
the City of Lowtey sufficient copies of ttie
Cheryl F. Strickland, 4/24 4tod 5/15.
on petitioner's attorney Owners. The purpose of said electionIs an file at the City Hall andIs claim to the clerk to AndersonMitcheil 26.71 Browning 18.60

or immediately Dated this 17th day of to Illl the> unexplred term available for public examination enable the clerk to mail Arrington Lewis M. A H..I 230.22 Sherman Hernia .1.18

thereafter; otherwise a April. A.D. 1980 In Bradford of Councilman Ben Me- and copying upon one copy to each personal Bennetts Handy Way 828..1 Snipe..Dwight I.. 13.98
judgment will be County. 4/17 4tpd Culley. request at the Community IN THE CIRCUIT representative.All Betty's Ceramics 17.81 Sowell.J.T. 84.60
entered for the relief 5/8. Development Office between COURT FOR BRAD persons Interested Browder Henry E. Jr. 102.88 Starke Buildera Supply 177..1

demanded in the petition. Interested persons may the hours of 8:30 and FORD COUNTY. In the estate to Brumbaugh Ray 60.68 Tarrant James 10.29

quality at the City Hall City 5:00.: FLORIDA PROBATE whom a copy of this Bruno,Arthur 21.111 Things By Hand 108.68
of Lowtey. Florida from DIVISION. File NO. Notice of Administration Bu.h'Tackle Shop lUll Torode Electric: Ir Systems 8'1.24
noon April 28 1980 through No further environmentalreview 78-8S-CP Div(93J58:( has been mailed are Coop.r' Nursery Landscaping Traylor Norman & Debbie 25.71C
Persons of such .Is In re: ESTATE OF
noon May 12. 1980. project required WITHIN 178.81 Underwood Rest 8.72

:il Jnliu 3E. ()(luuu qualifying must meet the requirements proposed to be conducted Deceased.Lawrence Erhard THREE MONTHS Cr....John J. 17.81 W sale. Robert 1'1.39
of the CityChart.r prior to the request far. FROM THE DATE OF Crystal Room Coiffures 63..1
NOTICE OF W.lt.Rlch.rd 64.42 ;
.... ._Estate Broker and pay the release of Federal funds. ADMINISTRATIONTO THE FIRST PUBLICATION Dairy Queen 888.99 Wilkerson Ramon Amos 17.81 ,.
fee. OF THIS
ISO W.Call St. customary Demp.Robert Etal 211.71 3'1.40
'All Interested agencies, ALL PERSONS NOTICE to file any objections Equip Enterprise
Stark.r Dated this 8th day of groups and persons HAVING CLAIMS OR they may have Dyal Horace O. 5.118 Mallard Trans Co. 6.07

964-5527 April, 1980. disagreeing with this decision DEMANDS AGAINST that challenges the. F.g.n.Jack W.&: Anne.Y. 80.69 San Francisco Trans Sev. 8.76.
are Invited to submit THE ABOVE ESTATE "Validity, of the dece Fannies House 0'Beauty ..77 Wilson Car Lines 9.88
Lucille Shuford. City Clerk. written comments for consideration AND ALL OTHER dent's will the. qualifications FI.hin.Shack 102.80
Special 4/17 2tchg 4/24 by the City to the PERSONS IN- of the personal Faroyth Plumbing 234.9. J.R. Kelly :
2 Trailer, Parks.I of the TERESTED IN THE Vaaea 8.68 Tax Collector
Fenced. office Community representative, or the. FOrlyt" .'
trailer park II trailers., Appro 6 acres. TO ALL INTERESTED AGENCIES Development Director Such ESTATE: of Foundation Paving Ca. 28.66 Bradford County Fl. '
venue or jurisdiction
el trailer park II trailers, 2 BR frame house, barn, op. YOU ARE HEREBY ..
GROUPS AND PER- written comments should be the. Court. Mark A Adeline .0.22 It.hl\ t
pron 22 acres, fenced pasturaland/ lARGE down pay. SONS: received at City Hull on or NOTIFIED that the administration ALL CLAIMS. *

ment. Owner will finance balance. before May 2, 1980.All such of the DEMANDS AND OB- ;
We Handle Rentals FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT comments so received will estate of LAWRENCEERHARD JECTIONS NOT SO

e2 BR unfurnished hou... EFFECT: be considered and the City deceased.File FILED WILL BE
e I unfurnished apartment. Hall will not request the Number 79-65-CP FOREVER BARRED
e4 BR. 2'/i Ba Home. The City of Starke. release of Federal 'funds or ((9-31581) is pending 'In Date of the first NATIONAL r ri

e3 BR LAKE HOUSE Furnished Feb. May. Florida proposes to requestthe take any administrative action the Circuit Court for publication of this :
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY U. S. Department of on the within project BRADFORD County. Notice of Administration ARBOR
and Urban to the date specified In Florida Probate Divlaion. -
Housing prior .
1 warehouse on US 301. Air conditioned offices., Great : April 24,1980.sIdamarle i
Development to release the preceding sentence. the address of / / Erhard DRY
location. Federal funds under Title 1 Jerry Wadsworth Director which !Is County Cour As Personal Representative

1 Tackle city and block Bait In business downtown Large Slar.Inventory.One .. just waiting lor the of the Housing and Com- Community Development thouse. Starke.. Florida. of the Estate of APRIL 25 rurill l
munity Development Act of Stork, Fla. 32091 The personal representative Lawrence Erhard lIiREAL ; c
for downtown mall.
right business Great opportunity 1974 (PL 93.383)) to be used of the estate Is Deceased.
I large warehouse, appro" 6.000 sq It. Needs root and 4/24 IDAMARIE ERHARD
for the following protect: 4/17 2lchg ATTORNEY FOR
____.._ .,
..puoo.. H as /1 nor an d tan din g walls

Income INVESTORS Property Will,DREAM Pay For Itself \ REALTY

el small units apartment possibly S.el .cample Handyman special) 4 rental ([ ESTATE]] .CICILIA. 'fa ..PHONE. 94-7776

small frame house. TiRwtiitGA 205 N. Temple, Starke
*1 large frame house. Needs repairs. Residents or 4

apartments ((4 BR. 4 BA). WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOl'CH'WITH PEOPLELet
el 2 BR frame house. Apartment on side Zoned com
us help with fln..lnl'MFarnu'r' HumeAdm
a you your

merciol., "'Ralph Real Estate 1i .. VA FHA Conventional or Bond Program
NEW LISTINGS Bryan \ FLORI WIDREAL" .. .. ... .... -

e2 BR. I Ba. LR Kit., on each side, duplex, brick. landcop.d .... Is a
yard 310 W. Call St., Starke m registered REALTOR" collective. SPECIAL

e3 e2 BR.Apartments 1 Ba. Greenhouse Downstairs, Zoned, 3 BR,Commercial 2 Bo. Upstairs Living (Cor. US 301 4 Call Street) 964-8788 Ll:! 21 membership mark Phone'''.7700 t New, suburban, brick on extra lot ,3
.a which may be used only N. Temple Avenue
Quarters Rent will help pay mortgage. Interest rates blithering)'ou1 by real estate. professionals I bedrooms, 2 baths living room, dining

Please call us to list your property Check with u. ROBERTS REAL who are HAMPTON AREA. room, great (amillll'OOme complete kitchen

John E.Clover I YOU! MAY Ul'ALIFY' FOR A 4% LOAN! ESTATE member. of the NA. *20 Acres $1100 per central heat and air, carpet, 2 car garage.

Reg. Real 1 Estate Brokerlu TIONAL ASSOCIATION acre. concrete driveway. . . ... .$52,500.
Associate I', NEW HOMES tseN.TempleAve.. OF I/2 acre lot. $100 dawn,
Green Sanders
WE ARE EXCLUSIVE: REPRESENTATIVES OF Starke984-7827 REALTORS and $50 month pmts. . . . .
SEVERAL GOOD; BUILDERS.: WE WILL ASSIST YOU subscribe to Its strict 'K .
See Classified Ads '
RANGEMENTS.: Our services coal you nothing-the For Listings *4 1/2 ecres $1:115: per For The Innovator +

f builders pay'! Complete Information the new COl NTY ecre. 4 56 prime acres- Vt mile on railroad-440':

r;;,,,, ,r ? cv BOND PKOdRAM.. *17 ecres. $1100 per acre. on Rd., 100 Suitable for shopping

center industrial park housing

FOREST IIGTS. Restricted 'i acre Lot $2.500 and up. E *20 ecres, $1100 per acre, development (approx. 3 lol per acre) -'*

Officer 711-3431 Hornet 712-3194: ROLLING: HILLS: (Baylem llwy'). I acre and up. IJ.51M: .FRULKNER: with 3 yr. old planted. $3071. an acre owner will finance *

One Acre en 301 with and up. 10 prl. down 5 )''r.. at 10 pel. int. REALTY REALTOR pines. 20 % down. :*

septic and well. Very pret .20 ACRES: Fomylh Rd., with barn well, pump septic 9&4-50&5 *11 ecres. $1500 I per acre. .w. . .

NEW LISTING ty. $4.000. and electricity.' S.I.I.OOO.: : term '\,... .J *10 acres $!4t> per acres

lawteyi 3B., 1 both NORTH: OF LAViTEY: 2' acres. $5,0(10.: ( FOR THEDISCRIMINATNCi

frame on very shady lot *10 &pN&oded.; 5 acres.$9.OIKI : 221 Lafayette SI. AcrmtH from Wishlxme *3 I*. tti.SOO. 10 pet. Vr o..uurulll."Plon Lake Lnl_ ... .Sl.1.000ft ( ;
Only 20 !.down and down fair mortgage
close to elem. school pt Country Club lot 1110' x :I8.510,4881; : '
Very nice. *10 Ac. 11.000 10. Dn. 5 years' at 10 pel.intercut
*10 Ac. 130000 Beautiful -3 acres and up.SJ.OOO: per acre, 12 pet.down. 9' i Jll'1.ln. HOMES _
Make offer on thin 3 BR I Bath frame home with I Evenings Please. callVernle _New
home 2 :
Stand of Pines. I..r..t.10 country acre ha eu-r>l h i ng./ :
"IN LAWTEY block. from *20 Ac. Ponced. I.e. acre pine. $22.000 and $21.000.12( pet. down. !I''t acre. P. Odom. Broker H8.iOO.; !
;; ,G.'. Phone 964.5476.i ;.718 Laura St. Completely Remndrlrd
school. 3SO'; ,'ome ens Pasture 40000. pel. Inlerenl.IS FHA VA & Conv. Available .17.1011.: :
ac. Lot :301 N. 36 acre. 1.110': on .101 $.;11.00:; termit.HO i,Pearl Andrews f''.'73'8IMPLI'ITY '4:11: Center 81. 3 UK 1 B. Walk &irr>"hr..... :


el Acres with Small Lake. TY to own en extra nice *OFFERING: APPROX. HOO acre In various localliinn. Wsxhlnglon St. Lot with building ft chain link .Has II silt! Edwards Rd. 3 BR :3 B ('II&-\ Acre. :

Fenced. Hurry only piece of Income producing ft-ncr-SHUNM.: .,1>03 Church St. 2 story clause I bedroom =

12500. property 1100 sq. ft. COMMERCIAL' Store building downtown. Call St. Over 3000 $13.900. ;:
home with 900 sq. ft. ran- !LOOKING; .'OR01:\ FRONTAI.E( :? 'wt: HUE O\F.K' i square ,...t. $19,500 Terms.'! eesa. r i. t:IIIOI: Searing Si.; :,1 BK 2B Cll&:.\ garuge./ :


Call today) Owner retiring "'.500 REDUCED to Ol"T! llwy lOOW-Beaullful 77 acres only' $80.50O..very :"Excellent' .home' 1.108 Pratt :3 BK. 2 I\, (11&\.
nice ard.L.Lnke .
> .
and moving 27000. $59.900. good term
HOMES : Si. Ocala Shuck Iren 527..4(1. Owner :
301 North.Troll Motel-lawtey HO acres. Marlon County' > Owner financed.
Ann W. RI......Associate Ivas/Wkends 944-1223 :NEAR COINTRY: CUB Brick veneer I BR. 2 bath .4 acres, llwy 22.1, gimd land. Improved; pouture.! Ideal Do-It- financed.Estate" :
home fur the Lake
: on Genets.BUSINESS :
Fit. 10lth fireplace CII/A. double garage, large lot. fenced $2.7.10 per acre.
$:;7.700. e21 acres llwy 301 114'UI..I..d. frontage. Yoursclfer. 2 bedroom I OPPORTUNITIES !

.EX('EI.I.KNTCONDITION: : Great liiealiun 3 BK. 2balh 29.11 acres with 490 pecan tree I'x70 MH and bath living room klt..hen..nd Great properly acres from lli llda Inn
Extra > > Owner fin.sSt.ire .
block with FR. CII/A./ on nice M. 10000. 2 MM hookup. dining room. ft 301 S27..100.: Owner -
aplx. flnsnced.s .
JACK COURTNAY&ASSOC., Inc. I .BRAND: NEW: BR 2 bath m..nriliA.' withrireplucr.SI3.AOO. .::10 acres, half wooded half Improved panlure.guod Large Lot. 17500. >7000( sq. ft. (0 bldg. on Rd. 16 K Os ncr financed..
: : location, Creek frontage
Licensed Real' Estate Broker TilE LLTIMATE- .llome(commercial A collage/ $22.'iOO; Dance flnanred
Builder .TWO mBrlck/wood/ 4 BK. I'z tmlh. walking HOMES: ..:3 buildings an Call Apl. upstairs Owner financed .
Stale Come with all the 1Ir...
distance town '11.910.; *TWO STORY frame house on Call Street. 8rooms. .404 N. Cherry 2 large rurnl.h..dpl.... Owner fin.
CHRISTIAN ST. 2 BR block 100x17.1 lot. S2H.OOO. 2 baths.'HAMPTON. Including Inground swimming .
mo Income 4 rental Call
t: Bay $:.1.1.000.Large \: .:
LAKEFRONT *KIS(.SLEY LAKE: Brick duplex' 90 ft. on outer. : 3 BR. IB.on 3 acre with nice fish I pool. decking ** Apt. complex 301. good cash U......
Owner fll .
100 ft. on Lake Hampton. Lovely wooded lot In prestigearea. IHS.300.CROSBY. pond. $2 .900. Term I privacy fence, 3 bedroom, '

16750. Owner financing. Good terms. I LA K E:2 BR frame, 65 ft. on eater 39000. .2'* new 2 lilt 1 bath. PRICE REDICED lo 2 baths. brick veneer horn ACREAGE

ACREAGE STRAWBERRY ACRES: Country Estate, large 2-tory IH.SOO. on gorgeouH corner lot. *2.8 acres Hampton S.X.100 Ownrr financed.. ,

Cape Cud on 14 beautiful fenced acre Three brdruom. bath", living room, dining room $7.1.500.: *5.3 acres near Presbyterian' ('11. ft: lluxplul. $39,000.:

S Acre parcels fronting on 5R 21, sonad residential. These LAWTEY: Rd. 225 2 BR frame 2 urea $"1.125. kitchen breakfast room family room. CH/A.chain .8.I6..rea (riffle /Loop limber, $10,500:\ Owner fin.

.beautiful tracts of heavily wooded, rolling land ere a.. RD 223A: New 2 BR with great room and fireplace link fenced yard, several pecan and fruit tree.*, SEEIN'S BELIE ilN- 13 .&1'l'I301\ ft Morgan Rd. S.19.000 Owner fin, .

cellant Investments for Individuals or builder developer.From CII/A/ on 4 acre Tractor and dink harrow Included. fenced ft crawi-fenred '''Iur... Can. be bought with I YES! We have a 4 bedroom *20 acres Railroad prime Owner fin. .

15500. Owner Financing. Terms excellent. I J11.000. :3'\ t or 7'. acres. Terms. country home with s large *2 acres a Fume off rd. 12.1 barn fenced. .2 .9t1O. .

BUILDING LOTS HAMPTON: 3 BR frame, corner lot. close In. 19200. .SOL'TIIUATE 2BR, 1 Beth family room carpet. fenced ysrd.-SAFE-for 10 acre 4 BR 2 Be brick. Rd. 12.1 Hume with exiris.

.INDER:: CONSTRICTION: : Resent Rd. Masonry 3 BR 2 :Nice corner lot. $28'M)0. Terms. the kids 23500. 12 acres Rd. 225 Nice home :i BK 2 Da CIIAA S6.1..100.

Magnificent'acre lots with lake vlaw. Near Keystone Ba. LR. Sep. DR FRn'/fircplaee./ Large lot. Ready lo IIOMESITESCroaby 18 acres Brewnlee Rd. 3 BK 2 Ba CILIA $64.500. '

From 2950. Owner flnonclng. move In by May 30. VA. FIR Con..nUonal..t.Goo.:\ Lake restricted humesllm. brokerowner.Terms EASY LIVIVIn I *- 6 acres Neat 2 BR 1 Be off Rd. t2] $32.000. :
COMMERCIAL this new contemporary
Commercial lots en SR 100 sear Keystone. $9,950. Owner .MANY MANY: OTIIERSIDOS'T .93: acres 2000..In toWn. lute home' nestled convenient on a corner la I I .7 Trailer lots Brownlee a..., ....000 per lot 20% down..

Financing. BE SORRY YOU DIDN'T CALL! -2, 'iota In city.. paved street $8,300: excellentterms. everything. Comes vitk. 3 I .I acre well, lank elec pump house.stll.bldg..1.500.

.. Lot 4 Butler Court $3990.
HOMES bedrooms. 2 baths., central I
Mendoy.rrMeyO.(...,. Saturday 9. 12Rveainga TWO II/R/ HOrSE AND heat ft: air. 543.500. fateLese I ..a8eautifulot near Country .Club 200'xl26' .1300: Rd
Furnished modal garden home In All, WOODS. Golf .230,
end Vmeoya by eppeintmenI I SEVERAL APARTMENTS FOR RENT than $30 a square foot [
swimming tennis end trolls. A In lake Cemmerelal lot
new concept nest le-TerwIllesjar Realty 130'jl.lO-1.:
'Property Management Services Available. for lot and home" .
region living. On Bth fairway. EVENINGS Owner financed.

/ Ralph P. Iryen Realtor, BC1LDLNG LOTS- .Hampton Oaks Lot *2J 17800 pretty trees, Owner fin. .
Custom designed, ., (law maintenance, energy efficient .'''-4201 Paul H. raulknerRoalterS Hlgh and Dry. well treed I Call St. commercial lot 233'! x 86' $1..800 Owner fie.8eit '

brick h_. Two BR, 2 bath, 2 .carport with 250' frontage ; Wayne.Deugles. Lillian C.PeertonBrokorSalesmeM M..PauHnterReolterlvnht 5 lots, located In lows. first itt Rd.-trees-Be,4 neighborhood $6000 Owner fI.3 ...

an if I fairway. Keystone Hts. Golf Course. Under con Brokor/Solasmen js-944-50 time. ever en the ...,.... I ,* Country Club lots 1 Acre each SWIM each Owner fin.

struction./ 44-M93 t Off ke Meneser 'REALTOR ASSOCIATESIrene Owner financed at $3.0001 .Call St. commercial. .. 100' 190' $..9OIt Owner fin
'64.311I' Feulkner-Eve.944.S143 each. Realtor,Associates "

P. O. Box 1334 I' J Voete M.Stries-lvo.9441944Julie B7.'..* Tenrlllegnr Martha ".rk.

Keystone Hgts. Fla. 32656 Judo Moody Nevis S.Wised vicki ,L.; Getffls.....944-1741 .Philip w.Clerk& .Vlckle Norma After Hours 702-3307: .
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Deborah Davidson in the labels from the members to cash-off
swap Mrs.Smith
Staff Writer toothbrushes to the company j coupons and refund forms. This stores eight boxesof -Make sure you follow directions phone Mrs. Slater at 468-2920 or
While spiraling food coat are Mrs. Smith received back a would allow members to obtain coupons under her bed completely. -Make sure Mrs. Smith at 468-2624 or send a
hitting consumers where it dollar cash refund. ,coupons on products they' coupons she has collected in just your name and address is includ., self-addressed stamped
hurts in the wallet two Hampton Another example: Mrs. Smith use more frequently,than other may four months. She said the most ed.Don't take boxtops off of envelope to: Edith-Carolyn, P.O.
housewives have begun to bought four boxes of Martha members.. .commonly used items, are products in stores without buy Box 194 Hampton. Fl. 32044.
fight back at those high food White mixes for a total of 89 "By changing brands, you ,I{doseUp.When Choice Whisk and ing the product.
prices by using discount food cents, minus 10 cents with a dis- save more money!" Mrs. Smith *' The'
Coupon Club is
coupons and food refund count coupon. By mailing in the 'said. "The more people you f using these coupons for members in Starke looking COUPON UIO
Mrs. Carolyn Slater and Mrs. four boxtops she was refunded 'trade with the better off you'llbe. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Slater ad- who farons '
,would be
Edith discount Smith have food been coupons collecting ,- the$1 by products.the company Again for she sampling came ." a;fised of doing._several.things: coupons. For more information.trading 1O I IQNTWO4ROLLB4CKS

which can be found in out ahead. -

newspapers magazines and on Although both Mrs. Smith and '12c Life
/ just about any name brand product Mrs. Slater claim that neither *
for the last three months. have saved the whopping 90 per- or Cinnamon
>. These coupons or "eash-offs" cent the advertisement had promised I Flavor Life
;<. will enable them to save up to 15 on food bills they agree it i
; percent a year on food bills they has cut down on their'food ex
'" promise. penses. Mrs. Smith claims to
t Mrs. Smith became interested save 10-15 percent while Mrs. Charmip-2 cefe8111"e
in food coupons when she saw an Slater saves about 5-10 percent. i
advertisement in the paper For example Mrs. Smith n
stating she could save up to 90 went shopping several weeks
percent a year on food bills. Clip- ago and purchased $54.25 worth
ping out the coupon she mailed of food items. When 'she'
away for the information and presented the food coupons her 1OCOOtt ..
received a catalogue that listed total bill rat t
came to $4625 a savings : Coupon nyrmNMnM JO. tees ,
/ addresses for cash refunds and of eight dollars.
discounts on foods.. Mrs.' Smith who has three

By sending In proof of pur- children ages two, three and Items Available In FabricShops .
chase seals from products she four, says she will save $52.00 a Only April 20 26
has been able to receive cash year on diapers by using the
__..refunds, gifts and discount on coupons. )
." other food items. Both Mrs, Smith and Mrs. Shop and save
.7.' For example,a store in Starke Slater formed the Coupon Club today
; =advertised that two Pro-Brush which consists of eight members
'=Leo: toothbrushes could be from the Hampton area. The
i bought for 25 cents. By mailing club's purpose is to enable t ',. ', .

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an ofhs colors. .hat ;made winter. dressing, :: hsnrt- CrSSSSt Cotter A pint. aao yard*.*m of
some IOOS Poly......'5' "''de Put.IM final"touch .
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on your handmade items and use(ii for lots of other
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weve put it at special' price*to save you ney'K" ,,r;
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Remnant Day Sale Tk Adv.ntag of the (frinc savings* on better quality fabric/ piss today You won't bo ablo to walk m',,- y '

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thew off seine S 0f later free)Sift time they hue!'fte."e4 true Uecllnl coupon HOURS: TI1urs. Woad.'a PM -9 PM *..*" '* 1 a Noon .1:PM' .. Starke, Fla. ,tl. .



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Cofffc . 13-01.CAN $2 59 Grahams 1501PKO 9" r 1 CANS s-oZ. I I
PAK Coffee . 100DI.JAR 3" Cereal 180.PKG.. $169 SAVE 20f
CANS Helpers . '*o, 79C Saltines .2 PKOSCRACKIN 1-U $100 I

SAVE 70 BITTY CROCKER RTSFrostings . 161/-SIZE.R, $119 Pies-GOOD. . 2901.PKGS.. )00) . I
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FAMILY BREAD . 3 W *1" M ", ;. VALUE HORN CHEESE . .a: $129


HONEY BUNS . z-EE: 3 $100

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.ORANGE Okra ., 100DI.PKG 59c A;
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Cubed Steaks $2" w.0 BRAND

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Spareribs . 99CW SAVE SO 4 LB. COUPONS
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SHAVE Ham . . 5 CAN $899 Thighs .,. . LI 89c r r t .
CREAM Bacon 4.0. $159 1 Wings. . . LB 69 C TOP VALUE II s.
I Ham Patties . "CAN." $139 Sausage . . 20.,,0...' $229 WIIM STAMPS THE PURCHASE OF ..

59 C Pork Chops . LB M39 Bologna. I . . LI $139" CARPET I ..
11.oz. 2.LI 59'W 2 LI ., r r r r r r r r ... r .
CAN Sauerkraut . aAO . . PRo $259

SAVE 20c Fish Fillets . LI $169 Sausage. . . 2D'G $239 EXTRA .
,./It\ Fish Fillets I . . LI $179 Franks . . LI $169.. STAMPS r:, ,,.1-_ .
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Lighters . EACH 49C ": 1' SPARERIBS' + .... TOP VALUE .
Panty Hose PAIR *)109 ''. ANY SIZE PRO C'4 4; .t.
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Win 4 5 of6 After 8 Loste \ i''I ''t ( t. ;.11'1 ... rdf1 ; ,-
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Her the, corn. train.Bradford's V!I',
slow-sUrtlsg .baseball team District Play Open. Wednesday, April ;90 (H ''"

suddenly changed. fears last ,week, rlrjp- The Tornadoes open district tournament play next Wednesday against either Santa : Grid'

Ing 00 fly. win .In six (am..,.as district Viol' Eastslde _Mike Hartley said Wednesday.The game will be played at 4
tourney Urn near. p.m. at Santa Fe. ,. 'Hot HitlerBradferd's
BBS may bo making a torrid finish IU Bradford drew the third seed behlnd.GHS ((23.&)and Buehholi(19-31( ) aid will play Bill Goods lUre 1
.baseball trademark.Tb. line Tornadoes Buchhols st 4 p.m. Thursday afternoon.A win there)would vault the Tornadoes into her striding acmes host Staff:

entered UM .district ,tourney with a ,Friday night's. 7:80: p.m. final. plate Aor.lnKt KmmtulAm.. led Fire 2
mediocre reputation and a 10-12 record 'f 1 'th-To ..i.t.a.! hie.
but before they were through .hd Bradford took a 8-0 lead in the top of planned to let .him throw 75-80 pitches: hot hitting. '
district and region. championship. the first off Stan.Fascher. who was pinned and that' where he was after five so I .< lie had a six game hitting First year Union High football coachVp. -
trophies to their nun.. with his first defeat after five wins took him out," Hartley said. Clark. earn streak busted at Santa F* Ed Davis started piecing together
This seasons young' (no. seniors) 'Chuck;: Johnson reached, on .a fielder's on to got his save of the. day Tveeday hat had slashed 14 Ms 198041 football staff this. week. let-
started even atowsr- fading to 8-10 with choice' Bill Coodge singled. and Clark though Eastside scored three) times; off hits In 24 al bate with eight. r ling two present Tiger coaches go, and
eight .losses .la a row after a 8-1 setback walked to fill the. .bases.A Bandy Parado. Kenny. ,.,' RBI's during the. six game liiring 1\ an assistant coach. .from Albany,
against Gainesville. High April IS. But grounder got one home as the 'Cat second 1V tear. ,Osorgia.
; To make. for coaches he will
I bring
baseman tried to tag Clark and room
sine that defeat the Tornadoes save BM4M 34:
Ml III s f t n )IB Davis recommended that.
the ball. An off : football
dropped error Ricky
.been tough to .handle. They edged Clay Swi r< MI MS i i i
High ..-8 last Tuesday swept Eastslde Sullivan's bat scored another and David ...Alk Ml Sm.CM m assistant and girls Softball coach Randy
Sparks fielder's choice groundout IBkfcBiMe A AJta.Bnrfbnt Register and ,varsity basketball coach
9-7 and 7-3 Wednesday were elowed by a
brought Clark. home. MS see | 4 I I David Ross not be rehired for next year.
7-8 Ion to Augustine Friday,but then tt.e.Mb a.e .10..1. a
cam back to pin only the second defeatof Bucbbols pulled to within 8-1 with a W One...'). lrPMkwlS.il.8tAv ( Both coached at UCHS for one year.
the year on Buehhols((19-2))2-0 Mondayand run In the.. fourth before the Tornadoes UM SM 1SS I T 4 4 eI) Gary Snell was hired away from
Santa ... 84 Tuesday night to scored ones more In the seventh. Scott 4.Qd IM -.1' 4 Albany Monroe high school as an assistant
rap U-* .(*!>. -
Hudson moved football coach. Davis.
singled announced
lift their season mark to 8-11. up on an error .a G..daata. )
"We've just .been getting better pitching and took third on a bunt attempt when. -4. 1 t t Snell also bad coached at Tallahassee'
." Tornado coach. Mike Hartley Hartley saw that the 'Cat shortstop -- ill lea s t II I r Godby. .
answered when. asked the reason behind wasn't covering, third.. H.scored on SeGttAII.D' w.lIe" .deb Davis, who was hired from Wllliston
sacrifice fly to center. as....ellll) tae a.n(III)a. High after Jimmy Thomas was released
.*e turnaround. "Scott came back. and
threw real well against. Easttds and Santa Buchhols pushed across one run In the arrr*>a SS 11'10'Ml I 5.$4. 7 T *I ; earlier this year, said .he now has two
Fo and that. has helped us s lot. Kenny seventh and Jammed the bases again. w."1Ioe($I) : varsity coaching, spots and one JY position
(Clark)can get more rest now and he's at before Clark came up with his. K. IBo Isy.. fib J left to tIlL
his best when he's rested. We still are Two defensive plays keyed the win. a Tiger assistant coach Joe Register left
With runners on first and second and after the coaching ch.ng.0
I.avlng.10 people on .baae every game, one ,:' : accept acoaching
not getting the .key hits But fro hoping out Corky' Livers pounded shot down "'+" '-; job at Ocala Vanguard opening
we'll start to come, through with. peopleon the right field line but Bradford's .".t. the. first of the three assistant coaching
.base" Dwsyne McBride raced to the line to 0 "::' .i, vacancies Davis can fill. The Tiger grid

Santa Allen Fe gave Monday up just night three and hits the against Tornadoes into glove next the play the middle ball shortstop for for out Randy a number groundout Parado two.to On range end the D0Eq! ( 3 ".: : ',.:, ," .j .: ',:::' .boss say*. h.'. presently screening applicant

trailed. Allen
never helped '
the. inning.St. .,mi. ,' \
h i rnse If w'th a 2 for3 tw..Rn1 si he
the plat that-1 dc; .d'd'ubidClark ; Augustine pinned s 7-3 defeat on

helped with 2% innings of relief BHS in SUrke Friday right, despite being

work that earned him his third save of outhit 84. STARKE STORE ONEr
Goodg tripled and with Clark
the week. was2for4. '
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Watkins to give BHS a 14 lead in Hudson David Sparks' and Dwsyne IrIIEAGL E''. .- Discontinued Paints -.

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Johnson suicide bunted Allen home. The Tornadoes 19
rapped out bits in
0...,.. McBride. who also .had two hits their twin.killing of EssUlde and got an & Saturday ;] Assorted Colors
doubled Scott Hudson home In the fourth encouraging pitching performance from LOW a Interior & Exterior HousehoiaNatio
and came .home on s Scott Allen base hit Allen. RICES!

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Allen chased McBride home again In the Clark. banging three In four at bats, including
sixth with a double, and Johnson and two doubles, to knock In three al brand sale !
Randy Parade) sewed .In the seventh. runs Winning pitcher David Sparks added -
Chuck es SlMlkaad Randy; on Hudson's a for-8 game. Coodge was for-4
aerifies !Of with a triple, and Allen scored three

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s rally '
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April 24, 1980 Page.SB

I Locke Passes OU Ach. ice;'

Coaches Dole, Out AwardsTo


: Keystone High lagers

Parts of his! message might'have made be the most fun and most satisfying Job
teachers wine'"I never had any trouble I've ever had," Smith said
In school.. I never went to ..,hool."- but Award winners.voted by the teams
w .Ic air Jacksonville University coach Tale worst Boys VarsityMVP- Morry
Lock gave a primary thought to KHHS Cravey, Best OffensivelyEddie Dyal,
.). athletes that would be hard to argue Beat DefensivelyGrady. Bostlc, Most
1,1bna In'the world, you can communicatewith Award- Chrla deBodiscos all-conference
anybody the world through your and all.area- Dyal ((2nd team), Crave)
knowledge and participation in sport I and deBodtseo. Girls V.raltyMVP and
( don't care who you are) or where) you're Best OffensiveSandra Norwood, Best
If.oJ from, when you have a basketball in you DefensivelyBarbara' Wilson, Most
,bas Y. + I hands.,, you can go anywhere in the Improved Beth Walrath and Betsy Boat-
,b", .l world and be understood."' wright shared, and "Hustle" Award

..., Stephanie Wheeler, conference-- the
*"" Keystone Basketball Award Recipients Norwood, Beth Walrath, Morry Cravey, Kirk Hallowell, Betsy Boatwrlght, Barbara As guest speaker at'the KHHS five girls named above along with Karen
'_Were: from right to left, Stephanie Wheeler Chris deBodlsco,Grady BoHtlck.Sandra Wilson, and Eddie Dyal. Booster Club's basketball appreciation Smith, .areaNorwood (list teamand)
banquet Locke mixed banquet talk com Wheeler((2nd team).
noInti edy with an urging to the Indian athletesto '
"don't, do everything the easy way. KHHS A.D.: Stefan Brokas announcedthat
::;, ;Indians After Don't say 'Man. I want to get a new car the Keystone Booster Bazaar has
and cruise around town this Summer.' helped to fund the purchase of 'the
Florida Crown "C'rnon. is that what It'a.U about,having leaper', a jumping Improvement exceclser *-
a new car? Work on your game, that will be used for KHHS basksff.
T;;;' .Championship -- -- whatever It is. What you do In the offseason ball teams.
j ; ? : ::1 Tates Locke: is going to dictate how good you
"K"! keystone High's Indians stretched A are in the regular season. Baby, when
Man in MotionJacksonville
.1.tll"Jr| overall record to 19-8-1 and stayed you walk out between the lines for that Spring Football
a'J.hot/ on the heels of Florida Crown Con301'.I''I"ce University banketballcoach center jump It doesn't matter how fat Opens at KHHS
how skinny are, what race
leader West Nassau with a 10-O you are you
; Tales Locke Is known
,league bashing of Baldwin on the road his court- you are who your parents are... you bet KHHS football coach Pete Valentino
aide (
? girallone other but
among things he
g .Tuesday. ter be r..dyMTha haa announced that Spring pr.cticeat.rta
";* the win put KHHS at 8-1-1 in league, showed no Isck of moves at the KHHS JU coach also brushed over hi.peneh.nt at Keystone High Monday, May Sand
l basketball awards
-< banquet last Thursday,
aprsy" to West Nassau's 64-1 with a for creating; turmoil, saying all Interested players must go
punctuating his delivery with an ample Yeah,I'm controversial.. I don't I
doubleheader of aorta coming up Friday dose care. through Spring training to play
night,April 25,at KHHS at 7:30: p,m.The of body language.BydoV really don't care, I can, lay my head down 198081.
clubs have to make up the 1.1 tie they and go to sleep. I catch fish so I know I Practice starts at 2:30: p,m.after school
__played] to earlier this month along with haven't alnned" with the first three days in shorts.,.
the regularly scheduled, game. The Warrior Following Locke's talk ,KHHS cage
coaches reviewed their seasons and Starke Men 4th
also had a loop game to play; with passed
Baldwin Thursday night. out awards to top players, with girls In Bowling Tourney 1Starke
"No matter what they do against JV coach Bob Smith getting as many or
Baldwin we have to beat them twice to more laughs than Locke with remembrances 'a Lloyd Gilpin, John Ramsey
win the conference outright, and that' ... of his first experience as a girls Danny Belcher, Harry Evans, and Bob
no easy task Keystone coach Rodney + JV coach."Man,when they told me I was St. Peter took fourth place In the
Nelson said after Tueaday'a win. coaching g-l i-r.I l-s JV basketball tried so Gainesville City Men's Bowling Tournament -
CTae Indians also have a Monday nightIe hard to get out of It...but this ended up to at Palm Lanes bowling alley.
with Newberry at 7:30 p.m. before
;; district play at Lake Butler a -
May 1.

flnTuesday'a: easy win Baldwin manag- ; .'CORRECTION .
Mt just two hits against Clark StovallKH o e
) while the Indians smacked 15
safeties, Including six extra base hits.
Sam Sibley went for-4 with a double, ,
Shawn Prichard was 8-for-S with a dou- In This Weeks Piggly Wiggly Ad
ble and three'runs batted in,Kenny Jennings -
tripled and doubled, scored three Boneless' Steak
time) and had two RBI's,Jeff Stone was
2,for,3 with a ribbie, Scott Bannon was Top Round b.4Should
1.for.3 with an RBI and Eddie Dyal and .,.. .. ..1 L b.
Chris Prichard had the other Indian hits.
/** Have Read
"The Indians were silenced on just
tttree. Infield hits by Alan Ennls((10.2 for Fresh Frozen ;
tin yeaI'll") a 2.0 lose to Gainesville High 49 1

Monday night at home JurkeyWinsm. Lb,
'cSUvall, Jennings, and Sibley beat out ;
infield hits against Ennis but as Nelson BGT Tak :I: p.PxizeJlt Macclenriy Tourney .
said; .:,')W. .bad some.opportunities,,tosco & o ANDSmoked I r
,.. .. _.,. .. .,.
t:1"e''O.JIll with the key SOT of Sur\\1.;AAIj"-.J..oI! t nulii e '.fJltf' 't.aa: derailed' byMacclenflyef' ;; "Pateraon allowed just five hits1ripnJ"1'anber :,::'," '.:..:1'-di_ Whole or.sUit';)::; ii ''' ''
bi {lll..: "" ';'. :;>'-,' loa.r' bracket'with seven tr l'tlfW'aJ bakJr8r. 12.11. The ; provider o-7\jMtrlple in
The lack of hitting saddled Jim Gruen- to take first place In the men's Softball stayed In hunt of the title though, topp- game one In the finals BGT scored, five C
",aid(16-1))with his first loss despite a two- Main Robert' 12-3. break 3.2 SC lead Ham
tournament In Macclenny last weekend ing Fourth A 14-8 runs In the sixth to a aa
Hitter He walked just one and faced only Larry Brown batted .681 to take MVP the Bootleggers 13-7 on the strength of atwohomer John Ramsey and Wayne Teston smacked -
J4 batters.When a"kid pitches that well honors and Gene Tanner won the home six RBI game from Tanner two run doublea.
he deserves to win, Nelson said. run trophy In a weekend of few round Todds Gym 8-4, and the Cracker of Jackson Prevatt hit .563. second, high Should Have Read
tripper with two and brought home 14 Macclenny 10.1to earn a shot at behind Brown, while Johnny Griffis batted -
KtMMr set III I I* II e RBI to lead the locals.; unbeaten Southern Culvert. BGT took .518 with 12 RBI'a and Lloyd Gilpin Whole or .Shank.Hcilj
8.,M.i. see see s e I Ian BGT started with a 14.5 win over Ge the crown by beating SC 3-0 and 74. plated 10 runners.

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County High's Lady Tiger
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L. Temple,71 Bradford-Union Steer Show Sale
Robert Lee Temple Sr., age 71. of :; &
Jacksonville. died Monday In a Jacksonville .
hospital. He mm born In Abbeville.
S.C.. and prior to kin retirement was .
associated with )
the Seaboard Coastline
Railroad serving Bradford and Unlctacounti. ) s..X '
... He' was member of; th. The officers and members the
Edgewood Avenue Christian Church ",
where h. served as deacon and
treasurer. H. was also a member of th. t Bradford-Union Cattlemen's Association'wish
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers,
and Masonic Lodge Oeala.
Survivors include his wife. Mrs.Freda r
C Temple. Jacksonville! two daughters, to express their sincere appreciation for the
Mrs. Margie L. Kemp. Ocala, and Ma.
Shirley Ann Temple. Atlanta. Ga.; two
sons,Robert L.Temple Jr.,Atlanta,and
Lt. John A. Marsh Pine II.. Park. Fl.; support given to this very worthwhile/ youth
one brother Walter M. Temple Sr.. Ab- '
beville S.C., and several grandchildren.

April Funeral 18.at services Edgewood were Avenue held Christian Friday. project by the organizations and individuals./

Church with the Rev. Lewis H. George ;
officiating. .
Interment followed In Riverside ''iJ'.. .,<: ;' .", :
Memorial Park Cemetery with masonic "","f..., :.. !
rites at elders the graveside.and deacons Active of the pallbearerswere Church. ,': _A"_"",,, :..;.......t.tll.t: JBuyers For Steers

Arrangements were under the direction
of Giddens.Griffith Funeral Home
Edgewood Avenue Chapel. Winn-Dixie Food Stores
Fla. Bank at Starke
Robert Smith, Jr..71 Publix Super Markets
Robert Lee Smith. Jr., age 71 died in Farmers and Dealers Bank
the Alachua General Hospital In Bradford
Gainesville Thursday morning following County Court House Officials: Liberty National 'Ins. Co.
a lingering illness. Mr. Smith lived st
Melrose on Swan Lake. He was born In Dolph Reddish-Sheriff Joe Usher 'Ins.
Archer Fla., February 17.1909. He moved Agency
to Melrose 30 years ago from Gib Brown-Clerk
Construction Co. of
Gainesville. Mr. Smith was an Army Keystone
veteran of WVV2 and he was a member Jimmy Alvarez-Property
Appraiser Hal
of the Baptist Faith. Maines

Harshbarger Survivors Smith include; one his brother wife Ayleen Henry Elzie Sanders-County Judge Hillandale Farms of Fla. 'Inc.

E. Smith of Gainesville; and one sister. Bradford Co. School 1 Board -
Mrs. Allie Lee Sutton of Gainesville. Gordon Thompson Chevrolet
Funeral services were held st 2:30: p.m. Columbia Livestock Market
Saturday. April 19 In the Chapel of George Roberts Insurance
Jones Funeral Home. Keystone Heights, Community State Bank
with Rev.Leslie Harris officiating. Inter Rosiers Monument and Nursery
ment was In the family plot In Hillcrest Forsythe
Memorial Park Gainesville under the Plumbing Sonny's B-B-Q
direction of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral
Home. Livestock Market, George Kirkpatrick Neil Tucker

Jacqueline Hall./ 55
Jacqueline Hall,age SS of Starke died
suddenly Friday evening in the Bradford l\\
County Hospital Mrs. Hall was born In li
Jacksonville. March 2. 1925. and moved Special ThanksAUCTIONEER Across The Board \
here 27 years ago from Raiford. She was Add-Ons
a member of the First Baptist Church.
Her parents were the late Charles W.
and Marvin E. Ritch Norman.
Survivors Include her husband Jack :
W. Hall; three daughters, Saundra Miss Angeletta HaymanPHOTOGRAPHER Archsrr-Tanner Funeral Horn of Storke Jamie Whitehead
Pierce of Atlanta. Ga., Seleeta Brown Archer-Tonner Union Co. Farm Bureau
of Funeral Home of Lake Butler Doyle Haien Lake Butler Form Center
Tampa, and JoAnn Hall of Starke; one : Mansel' Ayers Bradford Chamber ol Commerce George Kirkpatnck, Jr
son. George W. Dobson of Palm Bradford A B. Whitehead. Jr.
Springs Mr. R P. Mclendon County CommissionersCurtis Lewis Timber Co. .
Flat one brother. Thomas L. Moore of Clyatt Union County Court House Officials Hillondole Farms of Fta Inc
Raiford one sister Orpha J. Sapp of Columbia Livestock Tommy Boldree
BUYER Of ALL RESALE STEERS. MarketCommunity Bradford Title A Abstract ,
Keystone Heights, and four Kenneth Elixson
grand State Bonk Osteen 8 Gaskins
Waters Meat Market of Slorke Providence
children. Hammond Piano &
Clyatt Well Organ
Clay Electric Board ol Directors
Funeral services were held at 2:30: p.m. Cindy Dodd Sunshine Electric Jim Borkl.y Toyota
Monday April 21. In the chapel of Jones Pot Farnsworth A Co.. Fletcher Form EquipmentGainesville Union. County School Officials, ,
Funeral Home. Rev. Ben P. Bryant and Farm Credit Sun Ho Bo-Tractor
Rev. Donald E. Scheetl were the of- Fla. Pest ControlConnie v Cart Hurst .. "': i ._. r v Walter Williams .
ficiating ministers. Union,County Commissioners;;; .
Interment was in Guynn X D.W. Whill.n ,
Sapp 'Cemetery at Raiford, under Awards .: .. '1! I .
the Royce L
Joyne 'Stump.gep"s''ore' "a r'isi b''"'I'''o.Pill 'S 's .-.It.. "
direction of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral t Metafile Porrlsh ,* Osteen a Son Providence "
Home. Pierce I Hardy Western Steer
Register" Oil Co. 1
Rouse M. Sumner.64 Susan Sapp ,
Rosie Muse Sumner.age 64. of 633 W. 4-H RECORD BOOK CONTEST Sawyer Slade Gas Jones Funeral Parts Home
Pratt St.. Starke. died in the North The Rancher Inc. of Gainesville TGAY Drew Andrews I
Florida Regional Hospital Gainesville Terwillegar Realty D.M. Hale Farm Bureau
Saturday night following a long Illness. PEA RECORD BOOK CONTEST
Mrs. Sumner was the widow of Aaron A. Gainesville Stockman Supply Co. t r
Sumner. She was born in Macclenny.July -
20, IIJI5. and had lived in Starke over HOME GROWN CONTEST I
50 years. She was a member of the John Whit.h.odShenff. Union
Graham Baptist Church. Dolph Reddish Sheriff, Bradford I
Survivors include five daughters Individual AddOnsJames
Mildred Thornton and Barbara Gilpin of WEIGHT-GAIN CONTEST j
Starke Carolyn Thornton of Lake Alachua Milling Enterprises
Butler. Evelyn Booth and Nancy Jakab
both of Brooker; five ions David Clyde SHOWMANSHIP AWARDS Balkcom 1
Clarence and Clayton Sumner all of SCAM Custom MeatsDonors Wayne Cribbs Robert Whitehead Tommy Molphus
Starke and Carl Sumner of Ft. Meade; W.J. Dodd Barry Whitehead Big Dollar Warehouse \f
one brother. Curtis Muse of Starke; two Bill, Dodd Jerry Whitehead Audrey Parrish
sisters, Vera Olive of Starke and Jessie Dodd Poultry Brian Ahltehead John Molt Tire Co. ,
Harvey of Macclenny; 27 grandchildrenand Dodd Cattle Company McCollum Wholesale Angte' Andrews i"
9 great grandchildren. Fla. Bonk at Starke Bill Alderman C.W. Rowell Inc.
Funeral services were held at 3 p,m. Formers and Dealers Bank Parker t Mick Welding, James Andrews I
Tuesday.April 22. In the chapel of Jones Community State Bonk A K Feed Store C.L. Clyott I
Funeral Home with Elder T,C. Williams Arthur Gaikins Linda Williams Tress.. Boldree
and Rev. James Starling officiating. Gainesville Livestock Market Winkler Electric Service C A Baldree
Burial was in the family plot in Howard Rh.rd, Construction A.J. Sounders Tom Gumber
Macedonia Cemetery north of Macclen E.I. DuPonf Tommy Hamilton Merrill GrilfisJomet Andy BaldreeDavid
ny under the direction of DeWitt C. Hair Unlimited JaM Lee Baldree
Jones Funeral Home. Lyman Stork. Gr.enJo..phlne Civitan Club Jill Hayes James Sounders (Paramount Poultry) Dock Seay
Harley Hoien Melvln A Marlene Griffis Myrl B Brown
Allan S. Gunning, 79 Wilford CroftWestern Addison Tom Herndon F.M. Horndon V C. Brooks
Allan S. Gunning age 79 died at his Auto Shand. Howard O.A. Brown Jimmy, Brown
home in Keystone Heights Saturday Rivers Hardwor.Doc' Store. Jordon Ins. Agency Guy Andrews Roscoe Seay
morning following illness. He lived Colon D. Joiner Farmers Mutual Exchange Roy Crawford
In the Park of the Palms, moving here Shop liberty National Ins. Libby Brown Tommy Crosby
last November from Margate Fla. Mr. Pettits Used CarsThanks Bill McGill, John B Sapp W.S. Howard
Gunning was born in Govan. Scotland J.T. ParrithEd Nancy leeHitching Glenn S. Howard
March 14, 1901 came to the U.S.A. In Ripplinger, Post L. M. Saucermon
1922 and lived many years in Union City S C.SH. Custom Meals Roberts Cosh Feed lorry Parrith
New Jersey. He retired In 1966 from the B T. Thomas J.W. Stanley' Moonlight
Public Service Transportation Dept. of J,B Whitehead. Garnet Dukes S M Brown.Enterprises Sr.
New Jersey. He was a member of the Leslie, Whitehead Carol Porrish Victor, Griffis.
Park of the Palms Church. Raymond Brown Bor.C.Ronch. Z W Hamilton,
Survivors include his wife, Elizabeth To Bobby Crosby. Jr. Robert Carver H.P. Elinson" .
Gunning; three daughters.
Mrs. Elizabeth Olesen of Keystone
Heights M... Estelle Morgfnegg of
Sea ford. New York,and Mrs Frieda Hill These
of Mission Viejo. California; eight grandchildren Judges All Committees Wish To Recognize And Express Their Appreciation 1
and nine great grandchildren.
Funeral .services. were held at 11 a m. Of The Very Valuable Assistance And Counsel
Tuesday April 22 in the Park of the Given To Them By
Palm. Chapel with Mr. Ernest ,
Woodhouse and Mr. James Gilbert of. For Judging Steers end Exhibitors et Show The Following : '
ficiating. Interment was in Keystone Show Judge D D. Hargrove
Heights Cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones Showmanship Judge Bud Revere Administrative AMiitanlt"
Funeral Home In charge of the ar Record Book Judges 4.H Jesse Godbold Ag Advisors of Bradford and Union Counties ,
rangements. In lieu of flowers,the family FFA-. Bud Revere Grog Jl.aiaA ;1 '.Mory Sue Tomiinlon .
requests that donations be made to the Alvarez Jimmy Brown Nancy t.eBarbara _*
Christian Missions in Many Lands Aging and Mouthing Steers Johnny Cop.lond f Pout Hutchins Clark Woods Reddish
(ICMMLI. Show Health Requirements James E. Pennington Barbara Mosley' ,
: J Margaret Smith i "a. .
Bradford County fair Association tTt, County Agents of Bradford end Union Counties Zed Hamilton .. .i .
William Henry Shaw Corporation, Support and Facilities .,, Judo _,. .. r d.* :' :
William Henry Shaw of Rome.Ga.died Bobby Taylor lagan Fink ",.: ,. "m. :
Sunday. April 13 after an apparent 4.H and FFA Exhibitors ond Parents Bradford County J
drowning. 4- Agent for Bradford end Union CountleslI For Telegrephr'I i iH
A former teacher at Raiford Elementary r I lowell Parrish' coverage of ond Sale pictures In paper.
School In the 1920'.. Mr. Shaw is ;
survived by three children and six 'Y'I....'
grandchildren brother.In.law Charlie ff' I

McLellan Dowling.and and Debbie.1.t.n.ln.I.Hunnicutt..H.Ann was And May We Again Express Our Very,Sincere Appreciation For Your .'" .i. -.

married to the late Martha Dowling. '" Support
daughter of John R.and Debbie Dowling. "
Funeral services and burial were held


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IndiansOneHit '> .t< : ,umw( : Tigers 15-1'2 '**' *********** ***, *.**.A. .*

TigersI'!.:'01./11't, With 3 Left : Crossroads Lounge
Keystone :
: pitchers Grady Boatte and ,p. '. ,
Jim GruanwaUd combined for a one-hitter )Vaa ( t. Union High's Tlprl came back from
the Indian rolled U Hwy'100 &. 121 Lake ButlerRay
put Union High" their low to Keystone: to beat Williaton
In Lake. Butler last Friday: night DiamondDlecusaion 0-2 Monday: night and Chlefland Tuesday:
Boatlck lasted five and got his fourth night((no results available at presatlnw-)
win of the:year while Crosnwald earned giving them a 15-12 record with three i i
a save,coming on In the sixth to abut the Tiger reach "i regular season games left. They had Parrish Band
i JIM))3r.naewan t I .4$ ti +
Tigers out on no hits In the Jut two ; ) t> a beaten Santa F.2-1 last Thuraday.:
Tony Moaoar,
frimes. The Tigers face Maedenny at home
Scoring tour runa In the.opealll b.aebalL' t tonight,Thursday,April 24,at 7:30: p.m.,
chapter the Indians were never headed i t a r't go to Hawthorne for a 4 Friday .
p.m. game Wed. Frldaydi .
1 Saturday Plays 9 PM 2 AM >
la the
contest. KHHS which stroked 11 and boat Bradford Monday: night at :
bite, jumped In front early with a four 8 p.m.
run first Kenny Jennings beat out an Infield UCHS I. 7-4 In the Suwannee conference *' Country, Rock Music
single, went to third on the first of } and 11-9 versus claaa AA teams.
eight Tiger errors, and scored on Shawn Ronnie Pinkston allowed juat four hit.
another Prlchard'a aingle.home A throwing error got In his first game aa a pitcher aa the Ladies Night Wednesday
run before Jeff Stone'sdouble Tigers topped WUUston 6-2 Saturday '
plated Prichard and Eddie
DyaL night.
The Indiana made it ILO In the third aaClark 7 I Pinkston also scored the first Tigerrun Drinks l
Stovall singled home Prichard and coming home In the third on Carlos *'
than came around himself by stealing se I Johary'a
single after he and Dwayne
cord and third and trotting home on anoverthrow Ellis walked and were sacrificed by Tony : &'
of third base. Honour. Tommy: Honour'a sacrifice: buntacored : Fri. 5at. l Admission i.
Union pulled back close with three Ellla. and Dean O'ateen drove an *'
runs In the fourth and fifth. Tommy: RBI single through to give the Tiger a No Cover Charge Before 8 pm
Honour slapped the only: Tiger hit to 8-1 lead. Williaton had acored their only ************ '
start their fire rally and Boatlck walked. two run. In the second. ***********.

Dean O'ateen, David Barber, and Steve 1- ea MI 'fl t 12bJ 1i Ellla tripled home Dwayne Mallard In
White to force In a run. Dwayne _Cos: see al. e. B 1. the fourth and Tommy Honour
1 S : singled
Mallard's groundout to second got .M....-1-_....L CII wale/esAzs and scored on an error In the fifth for the
O'steen home. _tat : other UCH3 score
Tony Honour scored In the fifth;walking Union got by: Santa Fe 2.11ut Thura I
,.t..llnl second, moving up on a day night aa Tommy Honour((7-8))spread
groundout.and scoring on a wild pitch. out seven bite, the Tiger defense was
tight and Tony: Honour and Pee Wee
Henderson bashed triple

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Bradford Union Swine

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Show & Sale

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The officers and members of the Bradford-Union Swine

i The Swine Association wishes to recognize' Producers Association wish to express their. sincere

ahifexpressthelr of their : "\* tlntr -' .... '
'" -lotHls
appreciation appreciation for the supportgfven' veryworinwhe r'

valuable assistance and counsel given '

to them by the following: // youth project by these organizations and

Greg Alvores Jim Brown, Paul Hulchlns, Ag. Teochere 4-H ft FFA Exhibitors and Parents In d I ivid ua Is .

Logan Fink: Administrative Assistants
Union County Agent
Freda CrIHIs
Bobby Taylor: Nancy Slolnoker

Bradford CountyAg.nStacey Roy Norman Hayes Special Thanks Thanks To These Judges

Lowell Parrlmh: Carolyn Carver
Bradford-Union County 4-H Coordinator Nancy LeeBarbara Auctioneer! Bradford County, Fair Association i
Mosley Miss Angeleto HaymanPIcturesi Good Cooperation Show Judge----------------------Phillip Rowon
Bradford County Fair Association Support and Facilltlee Showmanship Judge, ". .Willie.Schultz
Waters Meat Markets Grader. .. . . .. ,Dr. Roger West
R.P. Mclendon Special rotes for Butchering Record Book Judges:. . 4-H Lowell Parrlsh
FFALowell Parrlsh
Bradford County Telegraphs Custom Meats .
Buyers : Good Coverage Special rates for butchering Veterinarian.. .. . -Dr. Jim Pennlngton

Florida Bank AI Srorke Spires I G A Awards
Bradford County Telegraph a Office Shop Jerry Whitehead
Rosier'e Monument I Nursery, Barry Whitehead .
'Sonny's Real Pit Bar t-Q Columbia livestock Mkt. Grand Champion Trophy Reserve Champion Trophy Showmanship Trophy Showmanship; Trophy Shewmonshlp Trophy
Davis Monk. Farnsworth ft Co. Hondo Suiukl of lake City Sponsored. Byi Sponsored Bys Sponsored. By Sponsored Byt Sponsored. Byi
George Roberts Ins Ho Bo Tractor Co. Moonlight Enterprises Varnas In.. Usher Agency Farmers Mutual Exchange Thomas Auto Ports
Jets Wolbert Paul Starling (Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hart) .(Doyle Vornes) (Mr. I Mrs. Jo. Usher). (Mr. John Smith) (Doyle ft Brenda Thomas)
Bradford County School Board Trlest Construction
I Arthur aa kin. Florida Pest Control Sest All Around Award MA Record Book Contest 4-H Record Book Contest
Jim Lawson Clyatl Well Drilling" Sponsored Syi Sponsored. lys Sponsored. By
J.T. Porrlsh Gainesville Livestock. Mkt. Across Board Union Guaranty Federal Savings ft Loan Jimmy Brown MraMr..LoganFlnkV.rnon
Howard a Rlherd
Const. Co.
Parmenter (Mrs latrelle Hamilton) Country Hub Mr ft Mrs. Sklppy Blake'
National life Ins. Zed Hamilton Feed B. R Farm
;Liberty Sonny Andrews (Mormon ) Hog
Ken ChlttyMervln North Florida Corp. livestock Mkt.
Jackson Archer Funeral' Home County Only
Jack Smith Farmers Mutual ExchangeBill
-'Selph's FarmCommunity B Judy Alderman Parrish Food Store Across Board Add-Ons
Bonk Bradford County Officials Union County Commissioners .
''Jack.on Building Supply Gib Brown Mitch Brannen v
;Carl Hurst Shell Station Dolph Reddish Sam Johns Both Counties
-Charley E. Johns Agency Jimmy Alvorex Gerald GrIHis
:;Fofsylrt Plumbing Ehle Sanders Archie Clemens '. O'Steen ft Gaskins
.Howard Auto Porte .J.L.Mathew ,,. '" Sidney Todd "s-.",\ /10"- -, O'SIn.50n
"Farmers a Dealers Bank Waters Meat Market Union County Farm lIureau" *" .Form Credit Service
;:A I K Feed Store Pierce ft Hardy P.A. Union County School' Board ''* r.,' Hillondale, Farms
:::::Bradford-Union Swine Producers Aasac."Stole Bradford County Chamber of Commerce Roy Crawford -. '(, Howard Auto Parts i
;: Farm Ins. Morris Dobbs, .. V. Cloy Electric Coop ,
:CPerry McGrlH. Jr. Buyer of Re-Sale Pigs i Pom Thomas 'V" ; D.M. Hale Farm Bureau Ins.tiMains '\ ,
Camp Sons Ressle Grlftls "K'J. '. tOcala. '
Insurance a Real 1 Estate Union County Officials .
:;:Affordable Homes of Florida. Florida Royce Albert Shaw'' '. S '.;\\f't" Leroy Addison '' -1'' :'

t Howard Douglas Wayne Carroll 1 A.I. Drlggers
Billy McGIII. Superintendent ol Union County School. y Wilford Croft

=:=:: Add 0 To Individual John. Whitehead'

: n Pigs Robert Drlggers
Beende M_ .. Monsell AyersTohn
Whitehead Randy Alvarez Fred. Floyd T. o'Ste.nan A.B. Whitehead. Jr. Lewis Timber Co. l
D.E. Sweat Bill a Judy Alderman Susan FosterCordon Parrlsh Food Store A a K Feed Mere ; f Royce R. Jayner. i
Myron W. Bryan Alligator Creek Ranch, Thompson Chevrolet. Arthur Redding Bobby" AndersonMitchell Pierce ft Hardy. PA
farmers ft Dealers Bonk Robert Bloc r W.S. Howard Lamar Reddish Anderson lake Butler i farm Center ,
Community State Bank Myrl Brown Glenn Howard ',. Harry Snyder Sklppy Black .Columbia livestock Mkt, All pigs up to .93 cents per pound
Roberts Cash Feed S.M. Brawn, Sr. Shands Howard, >. Lloyd Stllwell James Balkcom I! .
Ho Be Tractor Co. Clyart Well Drilling ,Stocey Hayes Paul Starling'Santa John a Vvone Smith I ", h 'J '
Water Meat Mkt.: DeneenClyett! ,H.O.H. Pane T-,' Fe Milling. Steve Gay 'i Board B df d
Affordable Home Of Flo: Bobby Crosby;Jr. Jackson Building Supply' S.C.aNC Custom Meat Ray Norman' ,. : :Across ra .
Parrlsh lean Conner Charley Johns"'a. Agency Harvey Starling Chuck dycrf"Tim I h.. '. t" .. .
Hitching Post Fred a loran Clemem,a..........._ ilght,'nye.! cJsae! _auovo. Slump* Dept Star. Oewe: :i';. ..Yi ,"Pt! ", j rr 4yr ICOi' "Jy': only .. .
Zed Hamilton ." .s'M" Robe. Unison S.K. CtMfifwlQ '
Lovando DIM H.L Thomas
Alan Crews \ ?
DovldCrowa Comet Dukes" v y t.MI'I t -: ..t. a-4'.V'y' onTIIey''q, Shella tfroinpfc Jb>>i,. r-w :*? 'w i 3 C'S:\ f .Sam Archer' John Tanner Funeral Home A .;. '. ,
J.T. Parrlsh Kenneth Ilixorr J.B. Whlteheo/, A.B. Whitehead, Sr. Gainesville livestock.. vt i Bradford Commissioner
Leslie Whitehead Bobby Ellis Joe WI sea Walter William Marilyn OrrrMs-t. H 'M :,it f' .. Dave Shuford ,' ,
Barry Whitehead Formers M. chonr. M0Q9 I MIII oti f. John R. WIHIame., Howard a RliMPd CaneNUcthn',M ;it 14(. .. /, t.W.::Hodges '. '.
Whlteheod ,, ''.ti.a ieulkder 2. JW on. \Niters Grocery Roy KnloW ., ;, .J ''Jf 'HaielPaulk I r
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Jerry lev. 'r 1 ;...W1dt,I''' mr *3 ...J1 .I..IGdCJ I WettlesC'' Kl $ i 'M WIt_' liberty Notional Irfst In*. J I S .. Maul Carter: ,

Ronnie Wendy's. Whlteheod. _". a.r_ w.Usher Real. Estee,......,....yY. .,..to. Lori Mosley y "war:)' Gayle/ Monni=M/1 ...._>t' ,r 'MervinJecksow N /'.if.!;<&: l"''-,R j"t//P1ll"" '.' 't ., .\.. ,' ..L../iermant



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: ; \ wily l.Women's l. I" :
Starke'Recreation Roundup : :;f1. 3"Local: Golfers Just Miss

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DralMrB.it. II I 1H. \ Dixie Youth.Minor ',: '< 1r I.. '+ :"1.. J

OpenThe ._._ I I 0 T 3 M : Gaines 'Herres 2n$ & 4th ( r li.f. lls iitpeth.yJ.iU"I
800...Bye'M Human 4"I..IS'l.fnal likn... Late Inning wins were)the order of the '
14 JH.l laa II....3-t,..1II-3..he AadmnM1B. I
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unbeaten Dominos and Florida day In minor league play last week as the Bradford High golfer Richard Gained and Joy ; '/ ", -Ipan

Bank stayed that way list week- Hvaal Dew Jaaal .... Ttaanr Bllar M IB. Mlk.TaalM Twins scored 10 run in the fifth to beat turns' fighting for the l..ad. finally ,Battling for'sseeond.anfourth ; logjam M thiate1t.Mtil* ltilek.d tin( ta a*.i.......death plalo"

heading br a ihowdown tonight at 8:45 Mlka*4 Gaaktaa Iwa IB'>..*Caddy Iwa ITa.N..,.. IHR I OUarkHaM the Indian 16 the Tiger edged past In'a field of some 80 golfers at the District 4}golf, tournament for: the'Dfsnict..B'jnf1lvjdul' !. goll.title. \ at f>r caJa Municipal J Est
the Indian 9-9 Richie t
p.m., Thursday, April 24. at Pratt St. with Taylor crack'lag at Willow Lakes In Jacksonville laaaaaaaaaaaaa. 3, ''.. "'I'll uudiy".iJ ,
Field. Manalaai eMs Taaadan |aa w the winning hit In the bottom of the Lake City junior Robert Burnt sur- + Greek Just missed the trip.,to the
Th. Domlno'a crushed Hampton 41-8 Tram W-l, last Inning and the L.wte18un.scaped that only te .
Marta Trek flaaa 4-4 vlved Galnes Herres. and the, rest of T '\. tat* golf tourney goes
with 25 runs in the third Inning and ..... .,. 'w the Phillies 12 9. the field to win, the top! prize with a 75 } individual winner and top team in each

bounced the Saints 22.9 to go to 3-0 while Na-W... 44HaraiElarlria T1.d and lead his team to a 14-shot ((314-328)) district ,
Florida Bank la 2.0 after handling the .MB4IT .. Indiana' AprtllI 41'11.. 0 win over Orange Park for the team U. The Indians. took ailth in the field of j

Saints 17-3 lilt Wednesday.The LWCI M ralllUa 7.0 e'a |3 .. Lake City won' a trip to the state 23 team with 834 ....... 17 shot offBrooksvlll.
Saints got their first I win and .,..II.oICoa l-- ladlaaal I.... BlankMiklp. ./ 1 rani _.... CkriaDaaslaa meet April 23-24 In Saraaota. HernandoVw.liuitngp4.ee of
handed the Rowdies their first Ion 15-14 .._VFD O.Men's 4..l Is IB, Ed ...,. JB JaaMkaa Braara "8, BriePkllllaal Gaines, who won district and went to 317. but just two atokaatout a tie for a

Thursday coming up with five run. in Rlckll Banna *4 Iwa '11'., Ttrle Naaari IB.David state two year ago aa a sophomore, fourth (Oak Hall and Wildwood at 834)), d4." ,
Felton'a 33 B.... I. I.... ,...... (Ocala Forest at
the seventh with Mary scoring I Hal/ ( H. MtRaa U Silk was playing with' Burn in the eight shot from third '
Sandra Darley with the winning run. 18. J.daM J.._ IB Date Bran IB threesome with the best season 326)), and nin* in back of runnerup (a

7.for.8 with homers and Church: ..J (325). ,
Darley was two Friday, April. averages. He made the turn five Buchholz ( "
two doubles for the week.Manday T./.. S I 4 III' .10 strokes off the lead and was six back Greek was the player vieylng for a ", 1\

Northalde Baptist built up a 7-0 lead hdlaa 1111.1 after 10 hole but charged In with a 87 spot In the state meet though,He rolled I 4
Twt atD> Wllllaaia 34 t'aSB'i.Tha Uwh 30.C. '
>anll" Bii.k D....... ,April O.21Caaia > I I 17 and topped Klngsley Lake Baptist 9-5 Sims .... nr Jam Crm IB. Morels. Brawn 14, Dada to finish just one stroke back at 76 RlchadGaines In a 10 foot putt at 1ft/ tdf tI. wjth' foul
H.._ 00000.0 last Thursday night to take the lead Paladlna 1tInd.u along with Macclenny'a Chris Stajjerl. others at 77 and earn a spot In the Steve Creek |
D..._ Put* Whnto M 211 Sou Hhannon WIB. league in the Stark Hen's Church loop. Mark Bird-Hand IB. I..., Camr 19, Gaines took second by regression. Richard was' the only man to playoff which had gallery of some 110
Orrril Htn.. m, SI". Jrnklni S-4 loo IB. 28.Jnrt .. Kingsley Lake survived Church of God ...... Braara IB Corp Cklldraaa 11. break 40 on both sides golfers plus parent Ralph Stone of Eustia birdIed the lprst

14 I..
Marina Harwrnbrauk. 11 DI.... Mellon place but First Methodist i* just a half agame ......,B... 345.$3 entered four down. While Burn got Into hot water and triple the other throe Including Greek, took bogle Steve (then{
IB W..... GU..... 1.I, Irto Hart I.I. out of second heading Into Thur. Ptillllaa 23541.5 bogied the Tornado senior found the trap with his second shot parred playoff hole number two to take third laying his second

SaI... I 1 I I I I 0. 9 day. April 24, action. Pine Level also was Rakart Banal Slarllns Cindy Tartar 2B. ..28.Ito.IB. IB and,. Alkn e.y.ap Waad|aM 12 bar, J.Kill..., but almost holed his sand shot for a tlelng birdie rolling it shot on the green close and two-putting for par .while the._other

00.'... (4 I 0 10 0- 12Halnlil right in the race for second until Brooker Crm 1.I.a. around the lip of the cup. Gaines tapped In for his 77. two survlrors took a bogie and a double bogie. 1
Sandra Darts 9-3 ... HR'.2B. Man ,.1... Baptist knocked PL off 8-7 on Randy Kelly "' "11.. Krlc Mae IB Hal Dart. I... 04. Brown "Richard was hitting his woods the "If I'm not mistaken he was the only junior of the five tjiat
M Janlra Jtckil 14. Vicky Andm ii 2-1, Viola 'a last-inning sacrifice fly Tuesday 11, Darld ..... 1.i. aaaaaaaaaa5B38 Br' asaal best I've ever 8een-" said Tornado played It off" Brummitt said."I don't n..d0 taU you that$h.
H....... 24.Dad. u
.'. 8h.tl ,...,Ih M 2B. Brilr Jan Hudwon. night. "'.......'.Apelt 10 r ...... aH coach Wa"i y Adkinson. "That Burns pressure was just super; j-
4-4 2B Kalkr .hl'.... .... Oiarlaua' Adam 4-8. Linda U. 4-0 Tarti/ ,..... 14.taaMndra 29.19 in the that kept the Then a 1110 i I l on the tube some day." 15th in the field while David McKormlck came back a I
game I...... Ckrll Do..ln. 14 IHR I.... \ "
<<: J.h... 34 2B.Tliandair. IB Blankaa- carded
for 87 and Phil
Herre 36 with five front nine 47 with a 40 Pacey a frol
scorekeeper busiest last week. ..1. 34 SB Ba Blitias 94, I..., Cans I.I, P.nall was even par "
April 1 7 Glarar. 12.Tlcmi ; ;; .w pars and two birdie and bogies "I was really pleased with the whole team.. { d. I
R..... 111"2' 14 Tandar.April 21ar Rkkla Tayhrr 14 IB D.... LlanWa IHR ( through nine and still even after 15 but "We had hoped to finish in the top eight or nine and wejjui
110'." 2100421- 15 <' .arr 4. 1 2 .* 17IrtBaDlat Kirby.56. 11114.0... .... 't took double 16 and even better than that."
bogie bogie on
Kawdlm. ... ... Kilt, 94 IB GI.., Kllagr ...28.. 2 4. 4 1 II """' "I"" on
C..I, Milkman ... Donna Thnnilon ... ('aI..... Rlrkard W. Wllllaan 9-9 IHR. Ray Trillin. 17 to fall back. "He knew he had to have
110I... Janlra Jorkrl 9-11 Ion 2H.. (lie Jhna I-S IHR. Richard III... SB J...., Ball 9-4 INS Jack Dixie Youth Major i. a birdie on 13 to tie Burns so he went all .
Sindra Darla 4,5 2B Mary ,.11.. 4-5 JB IB ,..1. AndcnMSl.M ,'A out," Adklnson said. But. Herres found
Aide,. H. 8aadl .&..... 18.H. B.pllU" Billy Galen M IB.Dart*Bnaca M.t,O. The Giants tallied seven runs In the ; Lake Butler
Phllllpi 2-4 Jcaala III,... .... Ckarlca' ... Caaani 20.Fr.L bottom of the last to best the Brave 10.9 \ 9. the trap and ended with double bogie Soccer News
...... 1010a.1 I IMiiaHl 94.HraoknBaallM and stay unbeaten in major league play for a 78three shots off the pace for :
00.1., .'. S I 29 3 41 fourth placeRichard .
last The Lake Butler Eagle soccer te
Friday night. m
Hi.plom Wladlr lllarrl/ I I.Daailna e. e e. I I I
'. Linda. Ua 44 3B 2B. Uirryl Jarkttn M Plne...... I e. 2 I 8. 7 The Braves came back to win their Joey Hcnre Smith 193)) Barry Thomas continued its winning ways with 4-0 c-
two SB.. Harm 1'0.' ... 44)) I"O 2B.. Tarrl P_.. Broken Jo.........2-4,Wayna Gram 28. D D..U first game Tuesday night though, topping (UOS), and Danny Hildebran the tory over the Gainesville Striker Ijstweek
INK. III....' k4ro 4-4 IB <<:....11 .1111.,. 44 Iwa2B I I. ..... WII".,. IB Eddla. B... aarrirka flybroashl the Met 15-8 The Dodger also threesome Adkinson l libeled his "traphers" because they golf 'VI
cam '
'.. ....11. Feels 44 216.Wdn.day. !I. vtnnlas nmPin. when they aren't running track, gave BHS a team total 352 for .
up with their first win of the season. t year.
Lank Lea Ca>ry 1-4 2s. Raarfl All. 14.Richard ;
sixth just three stroke from fourth place behind 3rd place
.April l> Millar ... IB. Frank Durance IB MlckaclMoora Even the
Florida. Rank I 2 0 0 0 I 1 1 9B. T.. 0. ., 1.1, ..,.. Ulkar IB.M T.....,.A..II22 Fernandina 333 and Palatka 349, and Flagler 349. 'eth.mtWOWlnundUi.j"
D...... 01.1.0..1 ..... .513..0 game
Fkrldi Bank.::Gloria Hipp,..2B Linda c._..... ....'.April II B.._ 1 II 19Mem The Tornadoes had closed out their season Wednesday '.,/ "Birds" &
IB. Martin. Walaulry IB Joy Malm III niurcailbad * I I 8- 58Klnnler Hanry. Caaaar .-.. HU Wood 14 IB Mipk.nJaaaa Randy I
Daularal... ...... Hit.11o. Lab 1 1 e e 4- 19Ckarck 14 2B D.". B..... 1-1... 28 a, Roam Trrr.ll April 18. with a 178-192.win over Macclenny to end their year: and Alex Sanchet assisted Dillow one
al Cadt n......McKlaaay 9-1 IB.8.Wynn 34IB. 56. Got '
.... 0 0 0 0 0. 0 Fred Haillk 1,2 2B, 8aai Ba.aHI SB.Klrnlry I4.B,._ Oiariai Hllllard 34 IB IB. ".,1. Willi... Game shot a 40 to lead BHS. score and added the fourth tallY. i.
R..", e I 4 a 17BaaiaKHl Like. Dcwarna Hardaa 94 SB O rtli ... Mike rhappal. 34 HR. Ran Bran ,11. To. ...... David Wood had four saves In $e
.. ..,... ... .. .... .. HIIS ......... .1.1., ID II..... 46. Tn"ira. 4U. MeGuinn .
!C. Hart- 111. 8.1/ 12.Potty 0. c. 24 IB.J. D.I.h..I. 9 US. Dan ElM 1-1 Hasp I I I. Irish Latanaa 28.III. Illldraran. shutout. .also praised the tei
2& work of the noting that
12.Rawd . 44.Jaaalla(.... ...IB.,Hh.,. Kllby ...Kalhy Jr.Boya 1551544.25 ...... 01e0.2 MeGuinn sealed off the right aide,
8.... I... BnaknBaptlat. 5S$3.13.15 GUnla S T 1* I 21Dadiirai Durban h.ld down the
J,. Bore. Blalm Oral 44 IB, J... Canto 94 SB.Ktcphra Joaaala( Clark IB. Ron Thomaa and JI.., Dillow shook off a head-on collision
Standing. ann Monday. faiarM. Sp.ll. 94)B.Jaka B>anMI 94,c.... 8aap IHR. Wi..... ararod only" nina Sports Calendar fin. and
Trim W LDmlaaa Brookrr BaMlall ..... WII"...94.Willi...Harr.ll GI.....<.raf W1101... 94 2B.Gary WI.U 1MB SB. play a game, .
341 2.225.Rudy K.llay 94,Iddlr. ....la(4 SB,Bak D.... .....hl. Ckandlrr. 28, Mlrkart Uray 1-2 IB. blrnBarara jciechowskl used hi. head well to bttt
Florida Bank al Maria 24 IB. .... Chub Caknrn I.I 4 ..ararad. the ball downfleld on one play.
..... I.IBradford ,"
Farnlltr.S.I... 11Cantlnmlil Friday April IB Frldiy A..dlll. Thursday. April 24KEYSTONE -
Banh Danirn I. IMBapllil 9111- ......,Gold e. I I 1 4 Soccer Primer:,
H...... CJ.IMen's P,........ 1 I* 4 1 I 29 Dadaara 111 T UNION at Belles for District track meet .:;. : from Eagle coach Bob MeGuinn. 1
I., .....1.(E.D, "' 111I..I-IIB IB,D.".II..,.. I.IPin. ......, Col* Lamar Cnwa 1-3 I. Janklni IB Boil. BRADFORD at Santa Fe for District track ((3) : ,> ',"."_ '. Th Goalie
Unit Uord Allra 4423,5....Jarkaan 1-9 HRJB. regh2N. P. WII...... 2B. .1 .
L.. <(<:..y 24 JB. ..,.. Lalkrr 2-1 IB.BnoiCT ......... Brad G.... 14. Darld Llllla 14, BlanyBawn P.K. Yonge at UNION CO. girls softball ((1:30): ,4.'The goalies job 1 Ie to defend the goal d
14 ... IB., All, Hall 3B J Wllaan 1-1. MIk.Fib. keep ball from going into the seven fi t
OpenStarke 511651.1 216.8r. Macclenny at baseball (7:30)) high twenty foot wide net a large ar a
Nanhild. 1 T I 1 T I*
rJonkildn Dodd ,..1.... 94 IHR. G... AI.... IHR. ._ e I .1. e to protect.
Truck Plaza eased on its D. P...... 21. T. C...lard. 14.. R. ...... IB. Daryl GI.... 15157.10 Friday, April 25- The goalie the only player allowed, 0
undefeated way with a 236 win over Hllllard la IB. ...._ Oar. Hllllard 31 2B. Mlk. Cnaaptll 2 2. West Nassau at KEYSTONE baseball ((7:30) touch the ball with his hands. He weai s
V.F.D. and .Nail. MrElhrnny: I.I. Tom .Halaon IB Di..ld Willi... jersey number (1) one.
Hampton Tuesday night a ,.. .....,.April 17 I.X, Jailln M 1111...I-/. Weal!! Nassau at KEYSTONE girls Softball ((7:30)
21.15 win over UVCI. and the Senior I........ 1 I e e 4. Clanlai Dane tnndbr. ...Gary "'!.M SB.Oiutk UNION baseball at Hawthorne .
Boy and Nu.Waves grabbed second .....B..W 115451.34 ....1.... 2B.Greg Wllkman 11 IB .....hl.O''...... ((4) > .
place in ,Stark. M.,,'. Qpen.play last. Jr Bain Craig S...94.ftrakra Spall 94 J... Branatt 2B. '''-- s Opening day for new LAKE JIUTtf R-UNION Col.! billfieldn : i..>
. ., .. too .. Hope 2B.tapiWt 114: Dyal Oarlra 2B.H.tI-s .; bwald' HaaiauaJ s ;r ... ; c ] .,\ "Y.'r v T'T'8'7' ..rJlld! a-lsl 7m "IMe iria

" "he"Senior b Topped LWCI 25-14 44, J_ .... 44 all Rlrkard Hall' IHR. _.. TM.p ., 0 .. Monday 28BRADFORD !*
while Nu.Wave had the biggest marginof 24 ,Iwo 2B a. &.. Hrakl.' IB.rkankolGod ,
victory with a 31.9 clubbing of Hayes at UNION CO. baseball (7:30) 1.a' 1.
Electric last Wednesday. BrookrrBiplM 9 I 8. I 1$3 I Starke Rec. Newberry at KEYSTONE girls Softball (4:30))

(.tou.. of bid! A. Haillh 94 JB. 00..'. ........ ... "', Newberry at KEYSTONE baseball ((7:30): .w 0
T_.,.April 23Hopi. all IB. Mark Mooriy H Iwo 2B a
,.. \FD 3 9 0 0 1. BraokMt Ed4l. ....1.1-3. W IIU.. H..II..II8. W. Dept. News: BRADFORD girls Softball at Clay ((1:30):
KI..T...,.... 18 7 0 I 94Himplon (._. 2.279.orlh.IdB.pl.l.
.VPni IW, Han M 1.. HK a
Kt.... Tnlrkl Larry Mrrrrr 1-4 Iwo 2Ba, Randall :\ I d I es Karate Class Tuesday. April 29-
....... IIH Trrrt...1...M 2B.JI..., ........ J-4 Iwo III...'., tak.Baallal. I e I I 0a Has OpeningsThe Santa Fe at BRADFORD baseball
2R.. blipor, (',..,... ... than 2H., Uannr MrKlnnar \...h.I'" ...... n... 94 IB ..4', Rn.la 34 ((7:30))
11 t.. '"'.. 28. I."..> 5.,.. 94 JB. I ..aid P..,.. 21Klnnlri Karate class taught at the Old Armory
Lakri C..Ild". baaorll 14 HR Blew in Stark still has openings for interested
.'..,1..01 :\.-..... 6 4 4 2 2 0 IT participants. a ,
:%.-*..... R..d.1I Tbo.....-118. R..d ('.rbi.I" ..l MnhodM. 4 4 I 10 1altary to Classes are taught Tuesday and Keystone Heights High School tennis .ion*, with classes from 8.10 a.m. live
JH. K... (......... M JB. BIB Rulltl 24 2H.Mnndar. ( s I I a. I 4 lM Thursday nights from 6:30: 8:30: p.m. Cost '
At the end of the
coach Rich King has announced that he II days weekly. two session
HMkadUlt' Do.. $.
Urddl-k 94 Tkoa>aPiladlna
I. $55.80 total with 120 80 towardsthe
going teach Summer tennis clinics for King Mid he hope to tourna
.A..IIII 44 HK IR BrM Kaillk >4.Krtla, Wlln 34511. run a
.......No>. 3 0 S 5 1 99IVMI R.. Hiram, :34.Hrlin. TnoaiM 24 JB., Earl Bl....34 uniform $20 for a lifetime membership Keystone area youths aged 9-15 if ment. Cost is $12 per session. f. L7flvil FI
I 2 0 0 14 In Pak'. Karate Orange Park, and
....t.....>. (.'".John.m 0.51111. Hlllr Shannan! M IB.I'.1...,.:R.>.. Arnold 94 Jack A...... 14 HR. MI.hill. $15 for a first month fee. enough interest 1 I. shown. Information is available at both the
10. ....>. RaarrU 14 2H. Mlk. And.... J-.V ....., 94 2R Ham (a...:94.Hlaadlns The tennis program will cover the fundamentals high school and elementary school In 1-
Thuaiaaira 2-J. Al Cliipaian. :M2H. "..1. Tlllaian IIH. Person Interested should come by the of forehand, backhand and Keystone Heights and coach King can be
Tnia P.''''" :34 ... 3H. 2H.I Old Armory on a Tuesday or Thursday service and be in two. two-week ses- .
run reached 473 2885.
."<'li ......... 34 HR. "than ... T..., Parlor 942B. >ells T_., ...ee night to sign up. at
Day HR 2B.HarnKlrnrk T... W...
6,80.10.. B.pllol 44
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....T 4 I I 4 4 I IT M..h..... 4-1 Lipton Tea TennisThe
H.,.... D. ".. "tailrr2H, I ...... H4P4M 34Braokrr Stark Recreation Department Get famous QualQualitytt
Bl.T: G.... T..... 34 HR. Lloyd. l.llpln S,3. Olive BwM. 34 will boat a mixed double tennis tourna Whirlpool
Tnantai M 2,00,16...r 2-3 2B. (1,....of..... 14
How. .....1.. 11Jr malht June 26-29 as part of the Lipton
..'........,.A.IIII ...... 14 Tea tennis sari*. "
H..pl.a SFD 00104 t I" 8.0114 "' Local winner advance to the one day
,.-.*.>. 14 3 I 13 91 Sectional tournament with Regionalchampionships ( LW j L"
H..>alanl: Caarka Hrl allawk 2-3 Williia"' Hart 34 Dixie Boys:
.1B2I1.S the National Championships
..".... Randr ..... 44 HH 3R ,.. 2H.. Bill The Stark Dixie Boy ((1314 year (fan all-expense paid trip toSawgrasa
Ralllll 34 ... 1R.. Randall TOes :M HK. lone oldsl) opened Tuesday night with W.n.dy' In Jacksonville for Region winners
4n,rr.-1...2B.. Toro, Hard..:%.36.,3H'.taa 2H., 10-6.
Ifeiu ". .. 34. w llbar .M....., 2 3 JH 2H. &... I.lib-. topping the Civltan ), and finally to the Monaco (again all
ard 4-1 2H. Lan, Niaa. :M 2B.MarkrTrwkPlaia expenses paid) to compete In a round
..".,'. VV.4i '! robin tourney against champions fromother
I' I 2 0 0 221 (1,1.... Model
l"..l > A I 2 0 0 3 19Mark. "...,'.. L. .Ull... I-IIIUI. Maul 233k, T. countrys. 5500Familysize
Track Mandill ...... 3-1 MR, II..., Moth. Hill I......n HowlMriaad. I i.A. Naraiaa 24.AalkaaiyKllllaai. More details will be announced aa the washing capacity
asp 34 2W. "',".< 3,0.. 34 all 3H.. T..,. via| ,.. 2B* J.in. ....1. r. 2H. lknnlr V.1.l 1.JI ltltaa. tiara <'al.rraa.. IHR. Todd Doa_ H.RoWrl formation. automatic cycles:
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April lOBS Page OBM
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TornadQellf.Cl..1J11J- KtfQr8A District Track

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q- ... i Bradford High' boy*and girls art at Alachua SanU Fa today, Discus.snot put ace Marian Puttman has maybe the state'a top
''GIST:1j Thursday April 24. for their district S-AAA meet, along with 3A discus throw to her credit((128-8)),high Jumper Teresa WoodyIs
Buchhol., Esstslds, Gainesville High Santa r".. and Live Oak.' among the state leaders with a 5-4 best,quartor-miler Louette
On the line is the team title and tickets to,the Region\ meal' l Smith ((61,0)) went to elate last year as a ninth grader, "and we
'E (iTEr. (Friday May 2)) for the top four Individual*.In each event, could get one relay to atate," Howard said. "They haven't run
Both boy.coach Ben Moxley and girls mentor Grower Howard that kind of time yet but we think the mile relay or mils medley
think their squads should be near the top of the six-tgem field. 'team could go."
"If we're not at least runner.up I'm gonna 'disappointed.' .
Moxie, said Monday. He had harbored thoughts of a Tornado The boys squad may have a bigger nucleus of point-scorer* to
win until Buchhol. "recruited" a horde of new faces In the last1 Work with. Hurdlers Danny Hildebran. Barry Thomas, and
couple of weeks. Now the feeling Is the Bobcats, winners of both Brian Thomas could dominate the 120 highs and 330 Intermediates '
.. the Alachua County and Big Sun meets, have to much firepowerto Moxley noted. Allen Scott has the top discus throw
: be caught. Moxley'a notepad figuring came out Buchholi 138 ((142-0)) coming In, and the mile medley team could win It all.
; You C' to Bradford's 118. One of Moxley'a pre-meet debates Is where to use middle
"I anticipate a close battle between 'UB, Buchholz, and distance men Richard Smith and John Bennett. Smith was 10th
Xastslde," Howard previewed; sidestepping the question of In the 880 at state last year but he could anchor the mile medley
, .1 Mother's Day whether his small ((13 girls) Lady Tornado squad could bring team Instead where BHS would be the district favorite and)
I home the title. "Buchholi will have a much much bigger roster maybe a contender for state honors Bennett (162.5 440)), another
i than us.!,we're just going to have to hope Buchhola and Eastside mainstay on the relays will run the 440, 880. or milo while
RightAt exchange some points In some events while we g...the points we sprinter Jonathon Johnson (123,2 220)) will also be on at least two
should get. ,1 baton teams.
.. The "We've got the quality but.- It will probably show up more at Steve Marks will look to score in three events and a relay for
'.j the Region meet than at the District's." The quality Howard the Tornadoes while Moxley said pole vaulter Todd Samons
; 'OFFICE SHOP talks of Includes four events he says "we could score in all th. ((118))could be winner,along with Barry Thomas or Marks the
..: way (to state)" high jump.

110 W. Call St. Fishing In
\ If
North FloridaLAKE
Starke (

CITV".....The old cliche '''the
.. weather is like a little boys mind con
9645764'i't\' $ stantly changing", just about sums up
the fishing North Florida. Due to the '
Give Her A Card From HALLMARK f
: S I f constant barrage of cold fronts the
fishing has been good one day and terrible
-= the next.Anglers .
Especially Designed
wishing to get away for a day
might try one of the area lakes where
For Those Who Care Enough To Give The Very Best.... fishing has been productive on the
warmer daysOrange
.. Lake near Gainesville has pro
Super Selections Of All Types duced some big bass although the total
number of fish being caught remains
relatively low. Redear (shellcracker are
Just now starting to become active and
Have You Ever Asked A Group Of Kids should be on the bed during the full moon
,, of April. Anglers fishing for the scrappy .. ,.,
What They Think Of Mother's Day? panfish should give. the apadderdock ;r::';""" f_ J.:1j: "" ,'i ,V"
beds bed their in 3-4 first try. as the redear normally ",,.""f:";: "..'II.I...(" .II"(0"."' ', .1,_ _. ..
feet of water. The best bait
They Say The Damedest Things......
for redear fishing la live worms,and they Lady Tornado District Contender
,. ':, should be fished near the bottom. Tvrtxa Woody ban cleared 5-1 In the high Jump and sill .bt ..ne..r. Hradfurd'it diHlrklfavorite
In An Interview You Might Hear These : _) Newnans Lake, also near Gainesville, .
Comments From A Group Of Five Year Olds. continues to be fantastic for cripple *
.. (speckled perch) and many of the local
fishermen report limit catches. Best "turn on". Baas are being taken on top lake has been producing both good
r fishing la found along the treellne, using water lures and artificial worms. Beat numbers of fish as well as big bass. Some
+ Betty Says live minnows near the bottom. Be sure colors for worm fishing has been the of the better fishing has been on the norr
and check the weather before fishing black or purple worm with a fluorescenttail. thwest shoreline, fishing just out from
"I don't like it when Newnans. since It ia a shallow open lake Most of the fish range from one to the maidencane Artificial worms (blackor
.. she won't let me play In the that can become: quite rough on windy three pounds. purple! have been the best producerswith
dirt'or climb in trees or days Sampson Lake near Starke la the quiet a few fish being taken on spinner
knock down birds'nests or Alligator Lake near Lake City con hot spot. It la a typical shallow tannlc- baits
tinues to have above average bass acid lake with a maidencane shoreline This weekend take the family on a
try to kill bees."But I guessshe's fishing while the bream fishing has yet to Although word hasn't gotten out this fishing adventure and have a great time.ukeupto .
I all right.

Sam Says -------

"I don't like for my v
mother to go somewhere
without me when it's rain-

ing.. She might get

Debbie Says"Sometimes

e my -
mother buys brown John Said .-- '
clothes when I would like
red." "I don't l$ke !it, when! I, 1 1x
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''''''''-- -.hemakes me take a bath. d
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I like to be clean, but it ',
takes too long ." \ t r i e

Joseph Said .

"I wish my Mommy 1

wouldn't take our baby Some. Mother's Gift Suggestions:
'when we go in the car. It Day :

just cries, and 1 have to sit .
in the back. Sometimes 1 From The Office Shopused

to sit in the front with .
just Mommy." That Kids Can Afford.


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108 April 14, 1980

A Busy Opening>> Weekend for
; the -Lake>G*>ne>vo -

Girl Talk 100 ft x t36 ft. LOU

Actually' this eonverla- New Lake Butler-Union'Co.Fields SetThe Restricted minimum, for 1850 sq.
lion between Lady Tornado ft. bulldlnll" i

outfielder Janet William, size In Bradford County.::

left, and pitcher Tracy three new Lak. Butler-Union Black Machine of Union County at 8..m. Lake City team. Two Dixie Boy(18-14)( ) eLrSKPSON

Hankenon centered around County ballflelda will be dedicated Fri. Saturday morning followed by; a lama Involving game follow with the Union County:

how to pitch strike. The day night and then given a big the game one winner at tilt Braves playing at 1 p.m. and the Union

BHS rlrli had walked. 12 shakedown this weekend with a 12.toua Drew' Lounge of Lake City against the Co. Tiger playing at 3 p.m.against Lake

batten In falling behind men's Softball tournament and three. Dixie game two winner, also at t:16 Gwynn's City visitor.,

Clay High 16-2 andWllllami Youth baseball game* on tap. of High Spring against the game three Barbequ and. chicken pileau supper* Je. .:160.4a. *.get hra.

had Mm. Idea on The new Lake Butler-Union County winner at 10:80, and American Fitnesa of will be served Friday night at 6:80 p.m. G'vllte-m-1VH. :24 hra.

how to get the ball acroim.Nevertheless. complex will be the site of the Lake Jacksonville versus the gam four winDer and again for lunch Saturday with

BHS ended Butler Invitational oftball tourney, at 11:45e.Tourney refreshments on sale all weekend.,

up an 18-2 loner. Jm which tarta Friday night at 7 p.m. with final are set for Sunday MOBILE HOMISERVICI
RMC and Worthington Sprlnga Fire afternoon. /

/ Department of the Lake Butler league Dixie Youth action kick off at 11 a.m. REAL ESTATE *OUS"

I' aquarlng off in game one. Hogtown of Saturday with Dixie Major((15-17)game

Gainesville meeta the UCI Jayeeea of between the Union County Pirate and *\ COURSEGENE

Wit Union Co. at 8.15: and the the Senior

Boys of Starke play Crews Building Sup- REESE.INSTRUCTOR

ply of Lake Butler In Friday' final game ,

at 9:30 p.m. .J C1 -.nuw I 40200.. MO".
T The fourth and final first round game Licensed Meal Estsle Broker
has Rainbow Marine of Brooker against .
The Don Tennant SchoolOf

Bradford RoadrunnerClub 3 Beautiful Lakefront .estates Real Estate

From .125000.

Running News Will Offer

Linda DeWitt brought home a trophy Owner Financing available Did Yoa Know?

aa champion of the 11-13 age group to
.: head the Roadrunner competing In last ,... be MMfcimel 14 Hour Post Licensing Course I Have A Cleaning
... ...
weekend'. Sunshine Classic 10-kilonwter .. MM4 June 7& 8, 1980
((6.2 miles) race In Gainesville. HM' etat.w Service The Keystone ,
9 to 5
rr DeWitt ((12)) wan 397th overall and In a.m. p.m. Heights Area?

the top 13 femal finishers. Other Starke Chamber of Commerce Bids

"..'.....'... Roadrunner club finishers were: George Must pre-register After Business Hours .:,.

.,. Crewa ((327th overall and 6th In 14 IS to hold space Contact: :

group at 48:33): ), Johnny Powell ((503rd Call for details Elaine Ashley
G -- overall at 6003): ), Gene Powell ((696 l t1W11RE111

; :overall at 6th in 10 and under at 66:61)), Cleaning Contractor

; : Carrie Coburn ((700 and 3rd in 11.13 at 473-7076 47M25E

66:00)), Lynn Loper ((804th in 62:14)), and Evenings 473-3265 475-1579 ,s-

Tammy Mann ((824th and 6th in 1113 ;0

group at 86:26)).





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) A NEW CAHSieK IN> REAL G.'no.v'.P.' .32603 .......... 373-044*. between 4*E
.- I ESTATE m.v: whet vou'relootetna MANAGER/BUY experienced Dm_. nltrhtty_. we'Ils.llyoucosk.
foil w re rilrlna. I Call ,
New hosoltol gift hop
'. a7A-151 for d.tls/REALTY excellent bon,'"" .Send resume For Park .nKavttone IPN OR! RN Needed.MLi-( fimC.
"OOE"S Foil and parttlms \ ?
.'-' to Dept PI533, Sun Drawer A. Melahts .....
( ,. : ATTENTION' AU. mOb1N Sal.G'yll.' ..3MM Calll 30S-74sVg674. __ Stark.CN....04-.2.
want.d, a..DSrlance FART TIME" Delivery' Drivers
0.1-.me w1111roIn.Many = PERSON WITH OMP a mutt have own car Apply In WHEEL"'LfGN aNT
lanrrW 6.W TERMITE. LICENSE WANTED mtter t .m..t tile W. '
Taking a Base but Losing a Helmet 777.4717 paalta.;Oalnaev111.Plea conf, Dodia.cS.neke._ CALL 37S-S173 parson, Ave.p "_''V.'rE. untvorsltv Ave

Lady Tornado Queenie Berry couldn't hung on to her helmet but she did beat the throw

to first base for a bane hit In Bradford's lost to Clay High Monday afternoon.

'77 VW RABBIT. 35 mlle PRAZIER' NASH. 1934 MODEL
OOO 177 MALIBU Station Weaon
Lady Tornadoes Fall to 6-5 V4MO bit 37S-MV4 evening' E.c."", body A meter* power Jstcoat txxtv. over ,....u,... VW
5.t. steering, else' brakes. radio.' angIne. For more Inlorm." .
small V-I runs on regular, oaslMuat Call 372-en: ,._
Clay High limited BHS to five hit and Bradford girls built up a 19-13 edge and ,.7a cond"ion"lPM.C.: I Excel* see. 1t0.,. 37-414 .
held lent .. ., Student 1970 PONTIAC I CATALINA Station
took advantage of 12 walks to top the on.BHS 3O mpa. new tires. 4,9OO, Call waaon. good MPG good
Lady Tornado Softball team 18.2 Monday outhit the opposition 16 to 13 but ........, arcs..,m. '79 TOYOTA TRUCK lotto whaoT condition clean no rust. S4OO or
bass' air. AM-PM radio tool box, best offer 37a-4aa9
afternoon in Starkedropping the Brad passed out 20 walk list Tuesday in a 1977 FORD P19O. 1973 AMC OMBMLIN Clean, fully, eaulpped, 7.0,0 mile. sJOOn
26.14 loss to Santa Fe. Queenie Berry led Tool.........a Dlv tires automatic. economical. 5 cylinder. a ............. 37g-43iO aNN SLandmark 1974CHBVY VAN
ford girl to (-5 on the season. well kept, air conditioned. rear end White with brown 'Interior runt
Phyllis Cuffee's home run and a BHS with 3.for-4 day while Phyllis Cuf- ....,."/.....,assume... ,..374 belanc.:2SO5. _".''an. .37S. Call.,>4l3AUDI ... '73: Olds Delta M; onglno, OMce good OWN.sell s140O374ssat
lent ......Nil.rtl.wa.
defense that made just three error were fee waa 3.for.5 and Janet William 1974 / 44.- blue 'o0 eaS W: automatic. / .'dl"an.5- 378-391 tires air
VEDpA1 derinautOm.be. .
: air Excellent" mluaoe. oood t_ VW 5QU..CK. .750.
the lone bright pots for the home aide. 2-for.4. ooo 377 716. fdansl.D: call condition' .933OO. Negotiable' Call afK/e m. C.II......711. .
... -..... .1479. 1974 ..'.......0. Maroon.automatic. .
The Lady Tornadoes won their sixth District Start Wednesday 197 DODOS COLT, d _. 4 cylinder. 70.OOO .7. FORD ..-.00 ".n_. automatic
21-18 over Eastside last Wednesday at Bradford will play at 4 p.m. Wednes c",, air. oood condition. :3543 MUST SELL 19MCh veHe. Good muss 37t-os. Oat or side/ Apt power stvarlnu/braltas'
condltlonj AM radio. ...... .
moving must sell S3MO. excellent .600 NW 6th Oi341W4 AM PM radio' Sir 13500.377-4733
home .* the pitchers cut the walks downto day. April 30, at Northeast Park In Call 377-4VO3 after 7. Student.ire..,333 Call 37 -0>37. n_ attar 3. .._t.

just nine and BHS made the moat of a Gainesville In a first round district I 7B MONTE CARLO V-*:. Silver New MUSTANG condition, *CONVBRTI cylinder. PORSCHE VII B.
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13-hit attack.Queenie tourney game. Santa Fe, Buchholz, = with Wlnt ai7lF condltlon matic, power steering. 21pptlo.. *, Call 177 M25 In
HIM Call 377 25Mf MPO t30QO offer Call 64-SOC3_ noon or avooina. StudentASSUMA8U7HZ
Berry was 2.for-2, and Janice Eastslde, GHS and Live Oak also are In

Berry Sharle Hankerson. and Hope the tourney. The semifinals are Thursday I

Jackson also clapped two hits aa the with the finals Friday afternoon at 4.

room fully' aaulpoed 10 minutes northwest ot Gainesville offParnsworttt
fromUF. S33OO: Call:3737447APPftOXIMATELV Pld Gorgeous SIN. on 4 BR. 9 baltt. family--.... Florida
county maintained' road 025._. .roam car aarao*. tirlvacv
from !ekes Two .,; .:Llv yaroT inon Call I 373-IMOor 377- ever fencelr.Nece.:;: BSO. MI.5OO
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Seniors! *, rant th. otttar' Parfact form brick colonial' t TO fireplace acres ,1 Hre/1/I- HW'3* Or.INOrm wood. >nL1937
Play Bingo roil. coup'.. Call today for ,_.
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flnanclna' and '.,m.. Wm. M. Haw//torn. 2II..C..m'' 'loaf oNN
11 q '' o/117076pIn..Ve' on us 301. 1130.000. Good tarn .. 711 wllh doubt. wltN' : Nell
REALTO. ] ewfn financing" 44l-374f after 4home hors' barn. settura woods,

at McDonald's! .C".T.CTU..LLY ....,_ EY DWNIR, a ..:.... Aw.. tsO.OOft and BALDWIN oood farms.JOHNO .REALTY
home nestles on t acre lot. this, c1oM,''n. Nav11IUNt1ne 'or REALTOR" 37A57T7NEAR
bedroom Wt ; bedroom church or school Largeoaks
plan with, bathrseilt'/' sssumable and pines Platslblalnec' BRONSOM' 9 BR' IV'*
1 KCltLl447 Condition ie7o12nSX I3;.nv Interest rate. Ing CaM374aO7wlttt bath block, nous. on 10 scr es.
// &*2 1 Hit. | bath, brick Wirt513040 IIlee. /Inanco I-
rNip, .' Douglas A Son Bulldsrs, .V OWNE.., a 54..000. ta 000 down ewer
awnlne utniiy shed W/n-/ ,.. .
dn.edowsPerk. Inc. 377-l"MlS 12x45 'urn.x00041o.O.d.d cola' at 10.3. 4 6-a 47 ,
.00,7747352. ... Imm.dlat. occooWcV. ......-
t4BINGO Johns River 70 tt front. : HtLLCRSSTllnaOFront
3 $40 eacloslue mere./cNnf/ 4 mites S of Palatka; ,'I lot TOxloO, term*.522.000. 371.1134.: : and.ar,nsww earpat.Arrsdondo ,
GO mobile ho.. C.nt. .... ._
carpal end alr/Mat. 1I.50O-S4 ooo down "mo.oo OUTSTANDING A .utltu'. *f ftSwo373aat :
many.sfrai .
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/ $13.eo0 511.300 catn 373-308 373SO2IAFFORDABLE M'nl..nch with 2 house, born
and IN ,Implorcd ... Prlsd
with 2 ) Oath tOO ACRES OP WOODS
ROOM TRAILER add to sal w/th owner / on
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flan.- acre wooded. lot n.a- e131na..... 'P'V.:: A" 521.00. ,tsem$. f.. th you .S13DO wl.r1Mdne.: ..1.Santa KMc4lonff Po-
NawnatV* Lak* *I4 SOO catn. off'Gainesville. buy Ettclutlwe ilstlng Call .
Raelty River of .
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71-0434 day. 775.4M3.ye3 Mc D.nlelRealY.' REALTOR.*
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Air conditioner. 1*ooo art CONSOLE COLOR TV 24".SIM.onsolesterso .......LI..NC..W..V. ..
Ke/viMtor. .,00.3072... .$90. ..I1'h: stov reasonable price.
772.113.. Information: ]75.753/. 'ft APPLIANCES. 1B2ISB _
Join us for an afternoon of fun! food! excitement! and Mawmorne Rd 7711791.WASHNO .
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MACN/N k.". .L.CT.C .NO. Never err
prizes! It's Bingo at McDonald's every CL.n with CALUMET CAMERA 4K 1. SHO.lieMPaa.aiftrnmlans.s300 .
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Call ]3n.23.. only.... C4II/ 377-<7ss3PIKCBJ >7>3 !7 sfler 4. _

Tuesday 2:30.3:30: p.m. klfs : aced cendltI..renal for olo.ly rablrllt' will i,5-if are. ftAO Polaroid' :::rII'; :' *S1S.M B
I hMSsent.. Shoo Station Ufell Cetwme t o der C-t.Stos. .
00..f'; t Oaw'.r' sole "c. ...--ro..... Mark.. 3 La.* 4XS cut tllm no**
Plan to join your friends. Come for Bingo stay for st*)....iao. > .. 10 after i ooUSalO eaiOBtOOMiauiTBneliut ers.373f St5..after Camar. case......

dinner. RBFRIOBMATOR usaddryers. / ._. hand carved Me-
RCA COLOR TV CONSOLE' 1 gas a> 1 oloctrlc Used plan alt' beam here Bee. fc.M..del OOKOKOER CASSETTE' DECK ,
'IlL ISO. 2! Inch. e-sat Co.NRtlen. a actTlc ran.: ... CNoce Kltch.ens M. siooo or bent offer.J7-I7S with 7400' bias S'3 M'* ZenithRUMMAN ,I-
Prizes furnished .McDonald's w.'i.e .11"'n.' TV ViI.... Furniture &Appliances. PT_m-a._ Nk tor us_ sale v. 1.00. ..t.. In ._
by 5100. Call .n.57.. IT2 !W 1st Ave 374S32SMltualshl cenWtton. i7:1-: -J1134.
-'..vervftnewoMe Mft-io speaker. 3 iw wmt c__. Ley nun CANOE 1/Vs Ft.Hcol .
802 S Walnut St. Starke with god ball snds. small or1S4090. weeks aid Exceptional' bass A month Old. 11... KSJACiariC ? ent condition Comple :s
Ra. clue All original. ealr smoothness Musi aerifies/ a<.r_ "oc.lv_. .ITA-I. .__. with c..._ carrl.r ..dd''.,.
':;:l' e .ck.t. navel. \300/PT Bob: 376-3'ftJi72-4332. Call 3 7-400.rKr S. 5723.: Call 31445e?. i


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'BINGO Highway 21
Remodeling work., kitt
chen,: cabinet and trim north Saturday 7 p.m.' COUNTY ADS '
carpenter. Reasonable and Sunday '- 't p.m.: HOMES FOR RENTPALMS PERSONAL FOR SALE FOR SALE I

prices.. Call Ed Dempsey Public Invited. tfnchg. These) are a few of over FOR SALE -
at 473-2477. tfnchg 4/3/ 10/18 PERSONAL 2000 11.11..... We hove all APARTMENTS Furnished SERVICES WATSON'B HOUSE OFVACUUMSi 'GARAGE SALE 514 WeldonSt.
ALCOHOLIC'" SHOREMASTER: efficiencies and I brand
types of property from Many ., Sot.'Apr. 26, 10 a.m. -
ALUMINUM portableboat pay BR weekly or monthly. BILL'S SAW SHOPt Complete
opts. Used
: Closed SERVICES $500 and We of new vacuum
per up. Used furniture.water .
? direct from fac 5 p.m.
lift and dock. Call more Buy NEW FURNISHED sharpening service circular
meeting Monday 8 have small also machines available Parts
pot.Open tracts we h.at.r.elolhlng .
for free demo.We.kdys tory. Largo selection ol 24. STUDIOS monthly only hand carbide bed
for all
meeting. Friday ,8p.m. have several cabins, and accessories
Alanon .473-2995. REASONABLE Small tree* 1.. 12 wide COMMUNITY 2313 N. Temple, Starke. chain, mower blade hollow and jewelry. Itpd
Monday 8p.m. houses, old farms, etc. 404 NW
,. vacuum systems.
and limbs trimmed.I.a.o..abl. .
weekend* 475-3991. or MOBILE HOMES SALES US TFchg and balanced.Leave 424.GARAGE
Alateen Monday 7 Call Write or call for free listingbrochure ground 10th Ave., Gainesville.phone .
tfnchg4/10 rates. 301 North. 9 la dusk KITCHENETTSSl One BR SALE, Multifamily -
p.m. All meetings In ). You can call free Open at Jackson Building
Educational Building TURZE....AMIL Y YARD Tony 431-1114 after 6 p.m. of charge by dialing 1 800 I to 6 Sunday" Phon.964.B7.1 apartments pool TV AC Supply Starke. or Keystone 376-7110. TFchaLIMEROCKi Frl. Sat., April
1/3 TFN. 20 yd. semi .
utilities Included. Totally Nt.. 25.26. Plggly Wiggly parking
Community Church. .SALE Friday. April 25, 438 7421. Writ. or call to TFchgPOIICLOSIJI TFchgALCOHOLICS
tfnchg. 4/8./ 96.Keystone Oak.Furniture day. Cherokee Land Company PROPERTY. furnished. Weekly mon ANONYMOUS loads only. ALLEN E. lot. Itchg 4/24.
LOCAL CHILD CARE-two TV. drapea, INSURANCEMAINE Murphy N.C. 28906. large two story home corner thly rates. TEMPLE MOTEL TAYLOR lowtey. Phone TRAVEL TRAILER! 1972 23 ft.
young mother wish to ..children' clothing.mniacellan.ous 4/17 Itchg.ILICTIIC Madison and Orange 680 N. Tempi Ave.. Phone 964-5148 or 9647619. 782-3172. TFchg Terry: Sell-contained; A/C
provide day car. for preschooler Item. INSURANCI AGEN. .PORTABLE Street Financing Starke. Phone 964-7357 TFchg TOWEL OUTLET Many colors Excellent condition. $3500.
starting May S. '1 tpd 424GARAGE CVi 160 S. lake Ave.. lake TVPIWRITIRtwIth. manual available. Guaranty 9/20 TFchg. REMODELING. IUILDINO.REPAIRSl and priced right. Also Call 96..8791.24 2tchg
Large fenced yard. Two Butler. 496-3978. Complete return. Elite type Includescase. Federal phone 964-500O. MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE New kitchens other Item new and used. 5/1.
snack a day and lunch Insurance Service. TFN Excellent condition. 3/13 TFchg. HOME PARK mobile homes bath, family rooms.Brick. Brlc-ABrae Shop Hwy 21 FROSTIESS REFRIGERATOR
Phone for Interview SALE Saturdayand and spaces for rant. Phone block, concrete Fireplace N of Keystone. TFchg.
provided. 26 tVIRVONI IS. INSUHAIlIl $100.431-1114 after 5 p.m. NEW HOMI AVAILABLE Excellent condition SlOOi
4752179Itchg 4/24/ Sunday April Immediate by 4/17 Ifn.WONDII. NOW Forest Heights, 16 468-29)2. TFchg specialists. Grlflls Con. SEVERAL ITEMS Magic Chef window air conditioner
9a.m. 5
21. p.m..corner NICELY FURNISHED one structlon. Phone 473-21OB
of Polntvlew and Center phon. JOE USHtR STAR7IRHOMIilarge West towards prison. 4 BR, bedroom duplex. Utilities or 473-2378. TFchg electric Chateau double $50: new white lre-arm
CARS&TRUCKS Ave. In KH. Follow the AGINCY49 -2126 or lot, two 2 bath, plenty of ,room furnished. Private yard SEWING MACHINES oven range, harvest gold S/M $125: 12" B/W TV
4962903.TFN bedroom and one bath. Call/ Bob Harris, bottom oven never used; S30. 1103 E. Call St.
signs.. Twin mattress, stucco. ond driveway Phone REPAIRED. All makes
Carrie Duke Smith
and 964-5533 4733133.3 32.500 BTU air conditioner; 9647604. Itpd 4/24.
double mattress or 964.5464. TFchg cleaned oiled and ad
springs 9'xlDow.r.d\ RENT"MOBILE Regular Real Estate Broker 4tchg 4/24. MODERN furnished apartment lusted $10. Work floor standing deluxe Ian LIQUID CHICKEN FERTILIZER,

1974 VEGA: AT/AC/ clean print rug baby crib hot FOR CROMI 496-3087.4/24.PLATED Itchg RIMSiTwo, 2>0 ACROSS '10MHOSI'ITALI : Carpeted 1 BR.heatair. guaranteed JamesStrickland 2 speedi: antique drill SI2.00 per ton. Deliveredand

1850:197: Honda 360 new lather machine, dishes, 14 Inch and mud grip II.... 3 Br, 2 bath Private': pavement corner MorganRd. press, very large; old spread. 6 ton per
tire, $450. Call 4733965. clothing misc. Item HOMItTwo five lug., $25 each. Four 14 family rOom, fireplace parking. Security and Hwy 16. TFchg model office mimeograph load. Call Bob .68.132010'
2tpd 4/17-24./ Itchg 424FOR bedroom unfurnished In Inch Keystone rims separate dining room, doors and lights. No BRADFORD' SEPTIC. TANK hand operated; Foley saw Information. 4/24 4tchg
1967 Rambler Ambaasador- country central air, and tires, $200 mag cost $400 available 9O day*. Low children or p.'.. Phqne SERVICE! Pump-out sharpener and tooth setter 5/15.
A/C/ ,radio heater.No bat. dishwasher garden space two month old. One $50'*. Call Bob Harris 964-8265 alter 5:30 p.m. Residential commercialand : used refrigerator.New YARD SALE, Mostly clothing.
tery no brake. Tire. SALEASSUME $190 per month. Call extra-duty roller hitch fits 964-5533 or ..733133.3 4/17 21chg2.. Industrial. Fully licens and used bike parts SCRATCH AND DENT
good. A* I 1350. 473-8411 496-260O Ray ".ltl'. 4/24 LTD and ThunderbIrd used 4tchg 424.SARATOGA. 2-ROOM KITCHENETTE ed. Phone 9648121. TFchgHORSESHOEINOi will sell lor one price. New HOME INTERIOR productsavailable

tfnchg 4/17/ one time. $50 cost $125. HEIGHTSl 3 BR, Completely furnished color Trimmingor rear asembly for 3 wheel Frl. I Sat., Apr.
Itpd.FOR Call 496-2381. No collect 2 bath home, fireplace, TV. By-week or month. corrective work. 13 bike. Phone 964-6853 25 S 26. 1103 W. Pratt St.
WANTEDCARTONTRY PAYMENTS SALE calls. 4/24 Itcha. $1500 down, available 6 UNDERWOOD MOTEL Hwy year experience. Larry daytime or 468-1340 after 6p.m. Itch; 424.TRACTORS .
301 N Storke. 3 miles. 4/24 Stark.
25" console color TV. ASSUME PAYMENTS weeks. Other plan, other 4/17 2lchg 4/24 Super A Formal I

AND repossessed. Pay of 25" console color TV. lot*. Phone Bob Harris MOBILE TFN. HOMEi 2 bedroom, HOMES 9646273.BUILT 12/13 remodeled TFchg or 3 TON AIR CONDITIONED with equipment. $2300.

MASONRY WORK: Bricklaying balance due $192 cash or 1974 FORD STATION.WAGONnExc.li.nt repossessed. Payoff 964.5533 or "733133.3 on GrIHIS loop. Reference repaired, fireplaces, .kitchen $300. In good working con FIRM. Call 964-6918. Itchg
fireplace, small payment of $19.10 per con. balance due $192 cash or 4'chg2.... and deposit. No pets. *, plumbing and electrical dition. Phone 964-5517 4/24.
Job, large job. Fr. month. Under warranty. dlton will trade for bass payments of $19.10 per IISSENT ROAD Near 230. 9648816. Itpd 4/24. work. Phone Wad after 530 p.m. 4/17 2tchg 2 CROSS BRED COWS AND
estimates. Daytime phone White' Sewing and Appliance boat. 496-3894 weekdays month. Under warranty. Fantastic 3 BR, 2 bath sundeck HOUSE Heating and 01,. Behr. Building Contractor 4/24 CALVES black. Good family
|734473; night after. 6p.m. Center 8527 S.W. alter S p.m.3 TFN. White's Sewing; and Appliance fireplace, two bay conditioned. with swimming lowl.,. 7823973. TFchg. '.::11 ACRES OF LAND East city milk or nurse cows Cell
782-3906. Ttpd Archer Rd., Gainesville, UTILITY TRAI1ER:4 ft. by 8 Center 8527 S.W. garage. Middle 150'.. pool. 964-7652. Itchg CARPENTER. specialising In limits, front State Rd. 964-7065 or 91>7012.. Itpd
1/6-4/24/ / 876-4466. tfnchg 3/20/ ft., 15 Inch wheels, excellent Archer Rd.. Gainesville. Available 90 day.Call Bob 4/24. remodeling screen rooms 230 and Wilson grade. 424.GENERAL.
CASH FOR GOLD Sterling TWO ACRES near SR-100 condition. $3SO. 376-4466. tfnchg 3/20/ Harris. 964-5333 or FURNISHED APARTMENT sun decks concrete and Clear title and survey fur NURSERY STOCKSpecIal

diamonds, jewelry near Keystone Height Call ..963465.24 Itchg. REPOSSESSED 473-3)33. 4/3 "'chg24.. Three rooms and bath. No block work. Phone Bud nished. $1000 ocr. Phone .Priced. Houseplants
joins and dental gold. Will $300 down $66.84 per RED JEWELliSweet Potato* SINGER FUTURA THRIE BEDROOM HOUSES 3 children or pets. Phone 9647816. 3/28 TFchg Dolph Reddish. 964-6230. one-half price. 0 C.
Welt your home. month. Phone 473-4058 or Plants' for sale. Call Late model fully automatic bath. den, LR, kitchen 9648021. Itchg 4/24. NEED YOUR BIKE REPAIRED. or 964.6907. .117 3tchg 5/1 Carnes Nursery. 23 ml. SE
{-376-5235. Mr. Rittman.tfnchg 473-4367 after 6 p.m. 485-1589. Breaker. 4/24 sewing machine Does it screen porch closed-ln MOBILE HOMEl 12 x 60 on Bring It to Susukl of Stark, SHETLAND PONY Red with of Stork on Hwy 100 I at

43PEOPLE/ tfnchg 4/24/ Itpd. all-stretch stitch,darn. Over 2 acrel. Lake one acre lot. $135.00 mo.. U.S. 301 South. Phone white mane. Gentle with Florahom Ph. 659-2165.
FROM ALL NORTH CAROLINA MOUNTAINSilO monograms, buttonholes, garage. Unfurnished. all
REPOSSESSEDSINGER plus deposit. 9646020. Repair on children. S80. Phone
PALKS OF LIFE that are. acres Ideal for blind hem Original contract -, Hampton Oaks MO.000. 9645734. Itpd 4/24. makes and model ofmotorcycles. 4/24 6tchg
9645693.17 2lchg
Interested In working $599. Pay off remainIng Phone 46828:10.10 3tpd
small farm
or anything you EFFICIENCY APARTMENTS 4/17 TFchg
from the home. For free Late model fully automatic want to use It for. All balance of$144.10 cash 424KEYSTONE Exceptionally clean and GUITAR LESSONSl, Flat pick. TWO ITEMS One cycle barmower hp V-hull. Vinyl' top and
machine. Doe for Model M John .
sewing It deluxe accessories.Just
Information send wooded borders a good or take over payment of HEIGHTS AREA 2 well maintained newly finger picking and many
.. Ing.
4tamped. aelfaddre.sed4nvelop. ." .tr.ight stitches, gravel rood which give ac $12.60 per month. Trade- NEW HOMES. 3 BR 2 bath refurbished and furnished rhythm technique Deere tractor. Also one like newl Call

to G.A. Reid. darn., monograms, buttonholes c.... Plenty of Mt. taurel. ins accepted a* part pay cent hoot/air, fireplace $140 mo. THE COVE Acoustic or electric. 2-wheel trailer. Phone Gainesville 3763619. TFN
P.O. Box 128 Keystone blind hem. Plenty of wild game In Ih. ment. To see call credit 12% financing with 20% APARTMENTS Phone 9647076.24 2tchg 5/1. 468-1487. I'chg.24.. 424.YARD.
eight*, Fl.. 32656. 4tchg Original contract $599. nearby for.... Owner manager collect down. 964506S for Information. CHILD CARE IN MY HOMEs NEW AND USED FURNITUREand SALE Friday and
3-4/24/ / Pay off remaining balanceof needs to sell this tract 904.376-4467. tfnchg 8/13 LAKE BROOKLYN, :2 BR, 2 4/24 TFN.MO.lll large backyard. Lunch and appliances. Porch Saturday, April 2526.
THREE OR MORE $144.10 cash or takeover $18,500. Terms $2.0OO REPOSSESSEDAmana bath, cent haat/alr elo.In ..- HOME 12 x 60 1979: snack provided. Call rockers. BARGAIN SR-16 to prison turn left at
BEDROOM house on lake payments of $12.60 down assume loon microwave oven. paved street, city never been lived In. Pump. 9647330.2.. 2tchg 5/1. CENTER. US 301 South Handy Way go past
Brat week. In June. Phone per month. Trade-In accepted Mountain cabin with Only six month old. water. well septic tank 10' x 10' WILL BABYSIT In my home at 9646679. TFchg Primitive Baptist Church
Jacksonville 9046415468.' a* part payment.To fireplace. Dandy garden Under warranty. $184 Will BUILD QUALITY home, utility shed on one acre Klngsley lake. 5332994. .PLUMBING FIXTURES windows second dirt road oh left
Itpd / see call credit manager spot. This Is a handy man cash or take overpayments your lot or our $22 sq. ft. with llmerock horseshoe Itchg 424.TUTORINGi. doors, pipes, plus first trailer on left. Sale
424HELP collect 9043764467. special because It Is not of $18.11 per Adam I Hell Bldr*. drive. Completely fenced Certified 10.000 other Items now at canceled II It rains. Itchg
I tfnchg 3/13/ finished inside, roughedwire month. White' Sewing 473-4470: or 471-205. Itchg with 2 go.... On Bradford Teacher For more Information Bargain Center US 301 424.GARAGE.
LAKE LOTS AND and plumbing com and Appliance Center. 424.THRIE. Furniture Rd., First white call 964.6113.2.. South. Starke. TFchg SALE 3 dayl.
pleted. Water and the outside 8527 S.W. Archer Rd., MH let' alter leaving 51.WANTED".
WANTEDLtFE ACREAGEKoyatoneHeight BEDROOM. 3.t bath on 2tchg ELECTRIC TABLE MODEL Thur.. Fri. and Sat. I1'
owner financed Is completed large Gainesville. 3764468. single' garage, .stonework 301: approx. .'/ mile. SAW Equipped for 220v ml. past hospital on
deck overlooking mtns.You tfnchg
10 Interest.. Lots RESPONSIBLE PERSONS S2SO. See at Bradford '
percent whit columns, sidewalks electric. SR230. 72 Ford truckwcamper
GUARDS-part live In It while .
can and last
you Pint
on clear sand bottomed landscaped.Your choice of ONLY month Telegraph 135 W. '73 Old.and'69
and full time for Gold finish( It up. Five miles fromsnorphy.n ) rented $150 ma. In ,_
.. HELP *
mod S te "' ,r 'hn" !IS..'A',.ke."rl..d ? i' 14,500, ".000-. carpet. 3/.. acre Ia?'OK'."*-o.tianeei'Cait'Orange per Call Stark 964-6305. TF. Comoro. 3 yr. old Dunnes
105-746.N78.!' 3tpd.ilj:24.( : $g.ooa. One t : down and assume 'loan. Wilson 11<1.7.. behind .Park. 269-6606. 4/74 Stchg 4rX. >OO PRICES PAID for used GRAIN FED PORK Buy direct colt. 964 6678. Itpd 24.
overlooking. lake (access WANTED hospital. $43.900. Phone 5/1. mobile homes If mortgage from form and sav*. 72 GARAGE SALE April 26 B
available) with nice tree 468-1918 or 964-503., TWO BEDROOM HOUSE Is 3/4 paid or more. OliN'SMOBILE cents lb. killed cut and 27 Bom.' til dark.
. FOR RENTAPARTMENTHalf from $3.500. $500 down. MOBILE HOME EARN EXTRA MONEY At ONE OP" STAlK I" NICI Furnished. No pets. Inquire HOME SALES wrapped, dressed weight. Household Items; baby accessories .

$50 month. Commercial INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS home, good poy. No experience ARIASI3 5!. 1 both car. at 405 N..Church St. 964-5606.. Open 7 day Phone 782.3635. ./10 3lpd appliances etc.
Moon frontage-Investment op. necessary. Send port ww carpet separatedining 4/24 TFN. weekly. TFchg 424VACUUM South 301. H.! ml. outside
Mobile home
for applications, R.I.A.. P.O. WANTED axles
Lake. 1BR. 1BA. LID portunity. SR21N. Owner room CH/A. stove, Will CLEANER Spring city limits next to Kountry
and tires. pick
POLICIESAT Box Lake Butler up.OLIN'S
552. FL.
rjom kitchen sundeck n3.4375.10 Isle' Clean and
'salesman. refrigerator, washer MOBILE HOME Special Kitchen, Itchg 4 24.
1I ndow A/C./ Partially fur. tfnchg REASONABLE RATES .32054.PART-TIMIiPlec TFN 3/20. chg. work dryer, on) beautiful large MISCELLANEOUSWANTED SALES 964-506. Open 7 service your vacuum VW VAN Fully equipped

nished. Private entrance. REPOSSESSED --------- Webster, America's shaded lot. $37,500. days a week. TFchg cleaner. any make $1795 camper: 1978. poptop:
Couple only. $150 per Amana microwave oven. foremost dictionary company WADE A. IEHR REALTY, Handmade crafts, CASH FOR COINS Cold. plus parts. Al' Young. 3 13.000 miles like new. 23
month plu. utilities. Only six month. old. Glin's.MobileHome needs home workersto 782-3973. quilting crocheting liver, sterling, dental miles N. US 301. Phone mi. per gal. Call 9645133.

LAKE 4732116.GENEVA Itchg COTTAGE.Compi.tely 4/24/ Under warranty. $184 SalesFREE update local mailing lists. 2. 2BR HOMES on corner knitting ceramic decorations gold. GF scrap |walry. optical 964.6918.10 Stchg, 24 tpd 4 24.
cash take overpayments and Items far J.R. Bull- VACUUM CLEANER, Sears and Sot .
furnished. or OUOTES All ogel. experience un. lots. With gazebo and baby frames, etc. YARD SALE! Fri.
$185 month. Owner. of $18.11 per necessary Send name, address large utility building.Rentals soon to open Consign- Ington 964-625O TFchg. Best with power-mate, 'like April 25 1 26. 9 O.m. 3
473-4961. Itchg month. Whit.* Sewing Phone 964-5606 phone number to bring good income. men Shop Please call WANTED House en new. $90. Al Young. 3 p.m. Next to Southald
broker. and Appliance Center Elaine M. Olin Agent Webster, 1735th Ave., Suite 39900. Ph. 9647262. 4/24 Faye Crous. 7823217. Klngsley leke. for 3 week. miles North US 301. Phone School on Colley Road
3527 S.W. Archer Rd.. IIOI-I590-A. New York. 3tchg 58.BECAUSE/ 4/24 2Khg S/<. preferably Jun. or July. 9646918. lila Stchg 4/24 llpd 4 24.
4tJHOMES Gainesville. 376-4466. N.Y. 10010. ./245/1 2tpd. : OF ILL Family of six. Call collect.Dr. .POOL TABLE 4x8 It. regulation REPOSSESSEDNIMERFITIRA
1 tfnchg 3/20/ -- -- -- -- -- -_ HEALTH:Nice large older HELPWANTED Wllhelm 309-584-3519. table 7 cue stick with
USED FURNITURE- A/C I home. 4 BA partly furnished 4/17 3tchg 5/1 corner stand. 2 sets oi Late model fully automatic
FOR SALEBY unit water heater, adding .. : i ; 200x168 ft. lot. balls. $300. Phone sewing machine. Does it

machine,sink and comode 0 EXPERT I Nice lawn. Lots of shrubs FOR SALE 964-8102 after 4 p.m.2.. til-stretch stitches,darns
OWNER-on Spring jalousie windows, etc. I and trees. In Starke. Priced LADY NEEDCD to answer 2tchg5/1 monograms, buttonholes.
lk*. 2BR. 1BA. storage 475-2443ltpd 4/24./ ''IREE SERVICE $45.000 with some phone take messages, FENCING All kinds, hog SEVERAL ITEMS Travel blind hems. Original! contract
building porch well. BY OWNER: 6.2 WOODED Trimming FeedingCableing. fj financing. Call 9648071. and outdoor duties. Must wire, welded wire, barbwire trailer. $500., Ski boot 80 $399. Pay off remain-
Swim. *ki, fish S39.SOO. ACRES fenced. 4" .well _I Topping.. Demosaing, and Take Down a* Itchg 4/24./ .be able to drive. Phone wood chain link: hp Johnson motor, SI .000. inn balance of$144.10 cashor
Owner will tinance. nice. yard. Fleetwood M/H SMALL HOL'SE with tr.... 7823991. I'chg.24 free estimates. MANNING Swimming pool. 4' deep by take over payments of
4133151. tfnchg 363D / with wood siding shingle I Near church and walk to .PARTTIME HOUSEHOLD' FENCE CO.. 473-4822. 24' wide, tun deck fence $12.60 per month. Trade-
*. CHI. 3 lots, wooded roof. Over 1.400 sq. ft.. LOCAL REFERENCES UPON REQUEST B town. 2 BR 1 BA Owner HElPt' You must like Keystone. TFchg and filter tystem. 1590. ins accepted .. part pay
children and own transpor
back yard chain link fenc- 3BR,' 2BA covered front financed. at 10%. Ph. lotion. I live on the CHAIN LINK PENCE Phone 964.5261 or ment. To see call credit
-4. kitchen equipped. porch. Urge screened 12897414. Itpd 4/24./ Bradlard-Unlon line off material. Do It yourselfand 9648113. 4/17 2tchg 4'24 manager. collect
2-tar garage, well, large' back porch. CTM or CAll BOBBY BURKES Polotko, Fla. I i SR-100. 964-5078. Itchg save. Installation GRADE QUARTERHORSEl 904 376 4467, tfnrhtr 3/13/
family/dining, room. 8 3/4 4734347. Licensed I bar
term Phone ((904)) 325-5278 4/24. available. Free estimates. Gelding gentle runs
percent mortgage, cash tomnbrtgag. Itpd 424SOFANew/ Insured HandyMan Fence Co. rels. Call Wayne.7823149.
.. By owner. beige L-ahaped - -' CARS&TRUCKS- 964-8599. TFchg Itpd 4/24. LOSTFOUNDLOST

145.900. 473-2209 or sofa half price. $300. BASS BOAT 14 It, fiberglass
377-5704. 4tchg 4245151EXPANDING / Phone 473-4367. Itchg 4/24/ SPECIALHOUSESPRESSURE w/20 np Mercury a trailer. REPOSSESSEDAmn CHINESE PUG Family
work microwave oven.
Boat needs some glaaa
'095 1184.7200.lIang CLEANED 197* FORD FAIRMONTWAGONt Hellbren Springs. Answersto
Miniature i Under warranty. $184I
200 6 tyl.. AC WANTED 2 POODLE PUPPIES. the same ol "5.",". EXTREMELY .
I.M..I.,1, 1 Ik.w4 a ...Ik.w.d, HOPP TOPP Phone 833-2895 UPd ./2- cash or take overpayments
let CLEANEDAND AM/FM/caisette. PB 4 of I IS.II .
|lfe>*J Mr**** tctwlMkltlM' MOBILE HOMES PRESSURE Full Charge SHEPHERD PUPPY per
spoed. luggage rack. GERMAN ''''UOI. Itchg 4/24.
"" month. White'a Sewingand
1" KOOl COATED Phone 964-7166 altar 6 BOOKKEEPER Registered; 10moe old, Center
HA TRUCK .PRESSURE CLEAN IXTERIO OF'YOUR HOME p.m. for more Information. OFFICE MQR. Childproof. .....71 ,. llpd 3527 S.W. Archer' Rd.,

3 LI.LOVORN REMOVE DAMAGING MILOIW. BUGS AND STAINS,ETC. 4/3 TF. Male or Female ASSUME Gainesville. 373-4466.. w.1JOriIUr]
.. Sv You from' An ,7. CADILLAC COUPE Call PAYMENTS:
HERITOR MIS 471-S2S4: 'Chemical Cleaning c. Usually tfnchl 3/20/
TOPSExtra 25" console color
DIVIUEi One owner. Excellent 964-5791 TV.
Expensive' Feint Jab And Add Veers To Your.EalstlngPoint. ,
for .
condition. Call appointment.THIS repoisied. Pay off "fr
Low Prices 964-5565 after 5 p.m.2.. balance due S192 cash or
2tpd 5/1. payment of $19.10 per Past Rotary

I9M PEST CONTROL Gary McCollum month. Under warranty. ,..-:Huntlei Drilling Equipment
I S. .UIIUU.iSI.Sei White's Sewing and Appliance
1-591-2814 r Center. 3527 8.W. Redfear'sSFK

j r 964-5534 Mclntoch Fl. ANY SIZE HOMEPRESSURE CLEANED $3.&... INC Archer Rd... Gaineivlll. VICES
II: POst Conlrol 378-4468. tfnchg 3/20
protectlofl ..' ANY Size MOBILE HOME FOR $2....' T.V. REPAIRS USED TVS.FOR SALE SANtA HAY. LarryLoFollett : \\473-4340

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964-7828 Lawrence Blvd 1 Keystone

Sister Mary Phone 752-0228' Call: CiRDIN BROS. a94ss75J Remodeling Repairs

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.w..........end evenings CellEUb'erd Give advice on an affair of lie euoh a* Live.CourtsMp.Marriage. 3 REMODELING <
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Tigers: Rewrite Record. tb+W9't 1- "!' ;; i \1

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Th mile medley foursome of Willis George Highland and Jon..}.taunt also r '' 1"' t Ji.' i
Highland Dennis Sirmones, Phillip took second. *' > e p 't)ri/t rvr Y i ''
Jackson and Greg Jones Mt a Suwannee Chleflind won the team race '134 ,." : 'Ji
Conference Record: for the event and points to Newberry'a 68. Unions BO. '>f' .. ., .,,'i:
Highland won the 440 yard run to lead Cross City' 45 PK ". 85. Hawthorn .'j' ', .' .'''.j .
Union Co. High'a Tigers to a third place 27 and WUliston's,Newberry won the x ,\ : .
finish at the Suwannee Conference track girls. portion ....IIy.WIa.1H.'H.oI. .. I
meet run last Friday at Chlefland./ !_' Ms rpn 4Ww ew aeG., tq? .._' .... .
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The UCHS medley group clocked a 41-7*. T.r.e BI...<<"'II..'.... l.f.iJn.NL..* .-
342: run two seconds .better than theprevious (HI) 1UU, tut DKNNlg SIHMONBS(U>IIIH .....) \ \'
standard and Highland ran a .
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49.4 440. hi. .best of the year. ,IMl aml/.a(1a)15.1.) MIlH'
Slrmones added a second in the long AIIM (N> ........ sun lama on Mt. ws ...last u,
jump and the 440 relay (Jackson, Sir- Ol.ltu.44.t.".UNION 4M.
4.ei WILLIS HIGHLAND((11)45.4. IMH*Brr-l(CM
monss, Irvin George,and Tommy Hober- .,." 8MtAII 0.,(N).*.... Mile....,. II UNION' .... 4
son) and mile relay (T. Roberson. Rufus 1HMIM' TOMMY IOBER80N(Ol>1S.S

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The Tiger relay quartet'of. from left to right. Phillip Jsclceon Su..annee Conference Med' mile
medley record: with 3:42 win
Dennis Sirmones, Willie Highland, and Greg Jones, rewrote the last Thursday. a
5th Placer

Tiger shot putter Irvin George wan fifth
In the Suwannee meet with n -42.4
I Union, Keystone At Bolles for District TrackUnion throw.

County High and Keystone High are at Jacksonville The Tiger boys are especially. strong in the relays where their
Bolles for the district track and field meet today Thursday showings at the Suwannee Conference meet stamp them as con
April 24. tenders to win the mile medley. 440 and mile relays. Willie 'KHHS Girls
The field includes defending boys and girls state champ Highland will run on two of those relay units but he s alto one of
Farming can Jasper along with Interlachen Baldwin West Nassau,Milliard, thtvbest. open 440 men in the state ((49.4)), and Dennis Slrmones Win Jr.
Bolles,Jax. Episcopal and Union Co.and Keystone.The top two will shoot for a state berth In the long jump.((211%). Meet1
bePROFITABLE finishers In each event qualify for the state 2A run to .be held KHHS coach Pete Valentino lilted defending state 880 champ
Saturday. May 3, at Winter Park. Mickie Sibley (also a miler) and high jumper Betsy Boatwright Keystone Heights High's girls won
(5-41( ) as Lady Indiana who should win trips to state and quarter while the Indians boys were second to
Prelims start at 8:30: p.m.Thursday with finals slated to go at miler Keith Jones and hurdler Morry Cravey as possible Yulee Jr. High in a track meet for 7th
7 p.m. qualifiers to the boys meet. The girls medley team anchored by 8th and 9th graders at KHHS last'
Jasper and Interlachen, rate the favorites but both UCHS and Sibley also will contend he said. "Beyond that we'lhope\ .for Wednesday ".
Keystone should score some points. some surpises." Mickie Sibley and Chantell Dickinson
Bradford County Farm won two event. apiece as the Keystoiic
,girls swamped Oak Hall 87-13. ,;'
Producer Yulee won the boys event with BO
I/f points to the Indians 67 and Oak Hall'
208 N Temple Ave s..e7.5 Union County 18.Mike Weeks won two events and RoJbis
2A District Events Next WeekendThe Graziano and Ricky Thomas also took
would like to show you Dixie Baseball: wins for the Indian boys.a'lawr..5.1.51. :
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the to make class AA District S baseball and softball tourneys will .be played next Thursday BOYS IIOLHi "M.iw.ll' IYlIU. DAVID HtLI: .FIX
way MONEYfarming and Friday. May 1 & 2 at Lake Butler-Union High and Keystone.The The Union County Tigers topped the (K)IS.?.TONY IMI.KII.H(III>II<.NARK(HI I.HUKKI:
boys baseball tourney involving Keystone Union Co. High, Interlachen, and Union County Braves 8.4 In Dixie Boys 20'". HkX Pull,Rll KV THOMASlKIIIt-7. loves S..-
((13-14 year olds) baseball at Lake ButlerTuesday to.(YII..-..THOMAS(K)IIS4.' Leer Jump Hal will
and achieve independencethru Jasper will open with games at 5:00 and 7:30 p.m. Thursday night in Lake Butler The IYlI".41k WUTT HINM.fcTARV IH.7. .
energy finals are set for 7:30 p.m. Friday. evening. HISS. |.-X Hick. (YI.) ... Inn, .M.Iw.ll (V) .II.4.
fuel alcohol production.For The girls Softball tournament will be played at Keystone with teams from KHHS Bernard George, Mike Bearden, and DAVID DOMNHOHKI( (Kll) .I. NIt? (.,.d.. 111) A, Robert Webb provided key hits for the IK) 1:12 HILLY HUSSY: (IKI..IO., NTLV:
Union Co. and Interlachen. Thursday's first rounder will be played at 6 with the
p.m. ... .
winner. to help Lavell Jones, who 8 PPKStll 445.I.l -t V I I9J IMIM M ifHVIII1
more information winner taking on the top seed for the title Friday night at 6 p.m. went ( ,UAV ID hH-U.KS(Kl.ILL KALKIbH(Ik MJt
Winners of both tournaments move on to Region title clashes Tuesday night. all the way for the Tigers Tony Jones MARK HlbHrHlkiei.1 .
took the loss In relief while Allen Jones 445. MIKE an.KH(111.31.1.. Mil...-.. R.I.,.tae. .
Please come to our meeting April 29, 198at led the losers at the plate 4iM., ...KEYSTOSE!:4,IS. 12* M H: KH(II.>:!...,.Ilk)
The THOMAS (K) ::17.1. 1..11.|| (.KAZIANO (IKI) 13.1.
6:30: p.m. at the two Union teams are at home ONLY: lit) 14-Ot.. 8APPIK)((40.. BIHKA PKHATTIK :
again Saturday with the Brave. playinga )14,11. VUO-:.......(112:313X11.KA/IAMHK: ) ( !I:\\
Lake City team at 1 p,m.and the Tigers 4IMBONM, : 1111>:*... IHIIr play Yo...4,1:1, MIHH4U4
Western Steer Steak House in Starke Inl alder Mew Maaa ,meat II meeting the Lake City Pros at 3 p.m. aa : -

.'.r. "' _- yfi i. _-:- ? part of opening day for Dixie Youth .IHIJk, WHM FVII. ANNA .Al.LIO. )IK)2).II, 1>IAM-:
baseball on the new Lake Butler-Union FISH IK)"'J.Al.IIKON 8AHII)IK)24. 1I1..1'I8H'1 I
Farmers from Clay Union and Bradford Counties welcome. Stark Track Plaza Co. ballfields on SR-121 south of Lake eS-IO. SARI(II.SW. "A..III Ik) 1UM (I...* JunptMllKIRHIHLkVKUI'
Some mechanic work .. .
.. Butler.Both Union team.lo.t at Lake City ....
4 1401 MINI EY (Kl ILL RKrNUA MMUOHN 1111'
-! wPonfierly BaG Truck Stoop last Saturday and so will be seeking PAM MF.AIH'a"II""h. -r,",'" '-
revenge. III".. I'HA TF.I.L UKKISSON (III .2(1, M('klBOlTTElKISW
Eddie Jack' on) announces new hours The Union Dixie Boys Piratea ((15-17 ( 44Drrlm, kllllH 114 a. ..* ",-
a m." 7 Mon.-Sat. 864-7394 year olds) lost to Lake City First National (KI.75. 3MIM.PAil TI..ANCIl17.. > ....('8A'Tl.1.L
p.m. Bank 12-11 on errors last week but UICHI\.. (IN(HI)2:17. HOI TT:(IKI)1:11.'
TRUCKERS! YOU'REINVITED get another .hot at the same team at Mllrmdlrr rely 11111I8:11'8.: J2fc 8...(111m"" .V HMEAIHHkH .
FULL SERVICE STATIONl .Tlre Change home In first IKI) ..... IIHl ANHIMil.. ..KTAHf 'Ik)
Saturday's scheduledto
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Terwillegar Motors We" only sell the fine Victor
I Calculator at the Office Shop 110

Paints I W. Call St.. 9(4-1764.

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That Keep Florida Theatre!

Starke 964-5451

Frl. Sat.& Sun.

Their Promise

133" Wheel Base

-_ 320 V8 Gauges -

Knitted Seat

Power Steering

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117- Wheel Base 302 V8, *,*. TRUtso OS WOOO ...JIJI#'' : :

Automatic Transmission, Gauges,, 900PM:

Power Steering, Knitted Seat, : 5'5'
Cigar Lighter _- .1 301 Drivl-ln

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T2824 F-i 50 (4x4)) MOBIL'E'ePIUS. Plus .

300 Six Instrumentation '

F-1 00 117"Whee3l Base Grpop. Knitted Seat Sliding BLF PAINTS cii8nodii,

Rear' Window Limited Slip .

302 VS. Knitted Seat Gauges, Pear Axle, Western Mirror ___. _________

Power Steering AM FM Stereo, Cigar Lighter, ,SUN., -MON.
When founded than 50 ,
more Mobile Paint
((5)) 10x168 Ply Mud Tires, < .years ago. Manufacturing

SALE w/WNte Spoke Wheel' Company.\'producer,of BLP Mobile' Paints pledged to protect pre. I FOLLOW/ THECALIFORNIA: .

Steering, Power Brakes. serve / homes with FEVER
$5,400.po.w ,,,, beautify. highest quality paints the most

SALE nearly,perfect paints scientific research could produce. : '
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MOTORS 206'W, Madison 064-6078 473-4973' ,I e PLUS e

964-7200 Starke Fie Hi-Way 301 ,S. Junc St. Rd. 21 & 100
Across From Western Steer Across From Come Bakery Malibu Beach