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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 1, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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'.; 41st Issue Thursday May, 1980 LISPS 082-700

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I bitial steps toward a potato-to- At the same time, Patricia A. Tilley said.BCFEP .
alqohol processing plant near Wester, senior agricultural techni- Is enlisting farmers In the
'Brooker were taken Tuesday night, cian with Ethylene, and president of five-county area ( Bradford, Union,
April 29, when officials of Ethylene Bradford County Farm Energy Producers Alachua, Clay and Putnam Counties
Corporation of Jacksonville held Inc., a subsidiary of E.C.,was to grow a new type of fast-growing
,) simultaneous meetings with the Brad- meeting with a group' of some 50 potato, "Georgia Jets," on a portionof
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I/ .....:t4l.J ::' ford .zoning board and agribusiness farmers and others associated with their acreage in the 15-20 acre
f- : operators from a five-county area. agribusiness at a dinner meeting at range, not exceeding 200 acres. A
/ ... ..L. ''- the Western Steer Steakhouse in yield of 400 bushels per acre per crop
(Ii.I{ t; .f Internal, combustion engines can be Starke to discuss benefits of the proposed is estimated.
easily converted at small cost from plant to the farming Industry of Tilley said farmers will be asked
r gas'to the alcohol, which will cost an the area. Mrs. Wester Is the daughterof not to take their land from any present
Top Talent estimated, 80 cents per gallon. The Fons Williams, of Route 1,Brooker, production, but to utilize

: Only these seven BUS students of a 1,15o-member student are (I-r. kneeling and seated: Deborah Parmenter Betsy fuel',will be use reserved, and not for offered farm and to who has large property holdings In marginal land that may be unfit for
Yawn Barry McDuffle, Randy Parado.$ and Vickie government the Brooker-New River area. ordinary farming operations. He said
body earned stralght-A's far the fifth six-weeks. They
!e! Carver. Standing: Karen Thorpe and Lori Flynn. the general public, however. The acreage requested to be rezoned the Jet is an unedlble strain of potato,
Steve Tilley, of Jacksonville, for the plant, expected to be finish but can be used to produce two cropsa
formerly of Starke, petitioned the zon- ed by the end of July or August at the year, if desired.
ing Aboard for a public hearing on latest is under to be sold
agreement
I it. 7 Earn Straight-A's at BHS rezoning 9.5 acres on County Road 235 by Williams to the corporation con Under the proposed contract,
(Brdoker to New River), approximately tingent upon rezoning. growers will be asked to sign a contract -
two miles southwest of SR-100 Tilley told the zoning board that the for five years toprovide the
(west), from Open Rural to MS (light land, plant the crop using their own
; Report cards went out Tuesday, board member and Mrs.' Vernon PE, geometry, and Glee Club. Lori is Industry) for construction and operation processing operation will be a closed- equipment. and apply the fertilizer
April 29, but only seven of 1,150 Brad- Parmenter of Hampton the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles -o( a plant to process sweet cycle and plant with no noise or air pollution which is furnished by the corporation.The .
ford High students took home Sophomore Vickie Carver Is on the Flynn Starke. virtually no wastes emitted
potatoes Into Ethalene (alcohol) and carbon dioxide and water corporation agree to providethe
Only t-A's. straight-A list for the second time this- two byproductsfertilizer and cattle except potato slips (cuttings, modernSee
49, just over four percent of term. She is enrolled in advanced feed Tilley Is vice-presient of financefor vapor. ..
Alcohol IA.
the students, earned no grade lower English, geometry, PE, biology I, Honor Roll thylene Corporation. "Everything Is recycled and used, ," Page :
than a B for the fifth six-weeks chorus, and Glee Club. Vickie is the ,
!r grading period which ended April 17; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Carverof The 42 students earning places on
Starke.- the 5th six-weeks honor roll, no grade
Straight-A atudenbl'are senior Betsy Soph' Barry McDuffie, a transfer lower than B, are: Tax Collector R.
Yawn, junior Deborah Parmenter, student from Jones County High, Ga. Kelly
sophomores Vickie Carver, Barry has earned straight-A's for the third Seniors: Sarah Faulk, Randy Gonzalez I
McDuffie, Randy Parado, and Karen time this year, but the first time at Barbara Pearsall Tanya
Thorpe and freshman Lori Flynn BHS McDuffie Is enrolled in biology Rowe, Lydia Starling.
Miss Yawn, valedictorian of the I, French II, advanced English, To Retire End of Term
Class of I960 with perfect 4.0 grade algebra II, PE, and practical record Juniors: Kathy Griffis, Barbara
point average, is on the straight-A list keeping, the only selective BHS had to Norsworthy, Vickie O'ConneU, Joyce.
for the fifth time this year. Betsy 4s offer, McDuffie says. He is the son of Thorpe, Dale Underhill. Veteran Bradford Tax Collector' Jan. 27,. 1933 Kelly was appointed
currently enrolled In varied studies Mr. and Mrs. Lee McDuffie of Starke. J.R. Kelly announced Tuesday April deputy clerk of the court by clerk
biology II, sociology, band, Soph Randy Parado is the Sophomores Tammy Denton, 29, he will retire at the end of his current Arch Thomas. He worked in the
humanities, and English. She Is the straight-A list for the second time on thisterm. Teresa Griffis, Teresa Harley, Cyn- t' term, climaxing 32 years in the clerk's office until July 1948.
of Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn of thia Heaton, Janet Jordan Gina
and 47 of serviceto
Stare He Is enrolled in II post finishing years In 1946 Thomas had
Spanish Kelly appointed
and Circuit Judge Theron A.
Lane,'.Lori Lawson, Randy Luke, the citizens of the
county., ,
Yawn of Gainesville. geometry, biology I, English,and PE. Gary .McDuffie, Julie Pendarvis, supervisor of registration at that
Junior Deborah Parmenter' has Parado is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Powell Randy Starling, Ed- "I wish to thank the people for being time a part-time position. Kelly served -
earned stralght-A's for four of the fiveixweekt Romeo Parado of RaiforoVSopnKarenwThorpe. die 'Thompkins,. Richard Trainer, so nice during the almost 32 years the balance of the term of N.D. ,4... ..
.. grading > porloda_..Sie _iw-" > .j.< on. the"" 'Barbara Wits, Brenda Willmghain.. ? that I have served as your tax collector :-' Wainwright who retired. Later in 1948
enrolled 'in micro-computer fundamentals 'atralghtUst for the second time this ," Kelly ...ys.Kelly' Kelly was elected to a two-year termas
math year. She Is.enrolled in English supervisor of registration
chemistry, Freshmen: Susan Alvarez, Teresa
analysis, advanced American Spanish I, PE, biology I, algebra II, Bauldree, Edward Crews, Thomas is a political institution In defeating Walter Sibley, Gene Long
and typing I. Karen is the daughter of and Bob Weeks for the .
history, advanced American' Crosby, Marla Darley, James Glover, Bradford County and North Florida. post.In
literature, and Is a teacher's aide. Mr* and Mrs, Robert Thorpe, Starke. Kimberly Lawson Curtis Locklin, Kelly shares with the late Sheriff P.D. July 1948 Kelly was forced under
Debbie Is the daughter of school Freshman Lori Bradford McRae Danlela Reddish the reputation of being the
Flynn is on the Rigby, J.R. state law to resign as supervisor of
straight-A list for the second time this John Riggs, Deborah Roark, Frank Kelly: most politically astute and all but registration to run for the vacant tax
term. She Is enrolled In algebra 11, Sirmons, Robin Stern,Jeffrey Taylor Retiring after 32 year as lax collector unbeatable. collector's post.

mite| mown Erter! modern science, advanced English 9, Donna Taylor. "When I retire next January I am Kelly and former tax assessor
probably going to deal with real (property appraiser) Gene Long opposed -
estate and continue to do some In- each other for tax collector in
come tax work" Kelly said. 1948, and Kelly won. Four years later
L Bids Expected For Repaying Roads formerly was half-owner of the Bradford Kelly Long ran for tax assessor and won.
fI' Abstract Co. and has done tax Only once since 1948 has Kelly faced
work as a sideline. opposition for the tax collector s post.In .

Bids are expected to be awarded secondary roads the last of 1979 and from C-23S to New River Church. to be 1960 Kelly defeated Jim Chastainfor
shortly by the Bradford County Commission the first of this year. levelled and resurfaced. Kelly began work In the courthousefor re-election to a fourth term. Kelly
for the repaving of 5.1 milesof Meanwhile the county commission the late Supt of Schools Andrew was unopposed in 1952, '56, '64, '68,
J secondary roads in the county, according has been deciding which roads to The 38-miles of secondary roads Griffis while still In high school. On '72, and 76.
to county engineer Jim Ward, repave with the leftover 100000. resurfaced under the original 1979
with$100,000 available for the project. project include: C-235, from SR-100 to
Scheduled to be handled with the SR-229; C-233, from 229A to US-301;
The funds are left over from the leftover funds are: C-229A. from C-229 to C-16; C-225,
.. $700,000 bond l issue borrowed last from Sampson Canal| to C-227; C-100A, Esther Hall Announces
II year by the county against future Colley Road In Starke, .8 of a mile Griffis Loop from SR-100 to 100; Ed-
| THURSDAY.. MAY... secondary road funds. $600,000 of the between SR-230 (East Call Street) wards Loop Road ((100A) from SR-100 I
money was spent to retop 38-miles of and SR-100. Plans call for leveling west of Starke to US-301; C-220B,
f' Chambero Commerce and resurfacing of this heavily from 'US-301 to C-225 (Anderson'sLoop For Tax Collector's Job
Board Meeting travelled artery that handles traffic );, C-231 from Dedan Church
,i: 1J:13 p.m. for Southslde Elementary School Road and Rock Church Loop; C-237,
May 3 Declared Bradford County Hospital, the Starke from Alachua County line to C-18; Esther Shuford Hall, Bradford University of Florida in Gainesville to
f SATURDAY.MAY3SHRINE Shrine Club Nursing Home, and the heavily C-225. from Alachua County line to native and chief deputy tax collector, become certified tax collector
.. PARADE Day populated residential area east of the C-18; C-21A, from C-21B to SR-100; announced Tuesday, April 29, she will "I support her all the way. She is
}I H:00 A.M. Mayor Vernon Silcox has proclaimed -, road including Southgate Subdivision. ComA, from C-225 to C-123, and seek the office of her retiring mentor qualified and capable of running the
,,4 Chicken Dinner Saturday, May 3, as Shrine Club C-230A, from Griffis Loop Road and predecessor J.R. Kelly. tax collector's office," Kelly ..Dave
From 12 Noon-4 p.m. Day in Starke.Starke'a Immokalee Road. .4 of a mile from ((100A) to SR-230. Kelly, tax collector for 32 years,has his right-hand girl. "I couldn't
Starke Elem.' Cafeteria Shrine Club was formed in SR-100 to the Clay County line, to be announced he will retire at the end of operated without her."
.' ww ww 1944 and Is Morocco Temple's oldest resurfaced 18 feet wide. his current term. He is recommending Mrs. Hall has designated her
Shrine Club. and backing Mrs. Hall, his long- depository for the campaign and announced
RUMMAGE SALE Bob McRae is president of the local C-214, .8 of a mile from SR.21 to lfh time assistant, to succeed him. she will be her own cam-
Cor. of Madison A Walnut Shrine Club. Local Shrine Club Clay County line, to be levelled and 1it ,BIN f qf Mrs. Hall has served 27'". years in paign manager.
f A.M.- P.M.For members drive replicas of antique resurfaced.New the tax collector's office and has Mrs. Hall was born and raised in
F\\*. Bank Softball Team. OldsmobUes as a unit' in Shrine River Church Road 1.1 miles < recently completed a course at the the Lawtey area. She is the daughterof
parades. the late George P., Shuford and
MONDAY. MAY Mrs. Eva Shuford of Lawtey. Mrs.
6 i Bradford Co. Commissioner Hall now resides at 409 East Jackson
':- '" Meeting-':30 A.M. Sidewalk Sale Shriners Parade Here Street in Starke with her husband
County Court House Set Saturday to Saturday MorningVehicles Bobby Hall a building contractor,
and her daughter, Donna Carter.
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Lawtey City Council Downtown Starke will be livened by' of aU kindsnovelties, club units have promised to be In the turn lent on Call Street, and right on
M.'lngOp.m.. merchants having a Sidewalk Sale small five-wheeled, 2-wheeled, parade with their special vehicles, US-301 and proceed up 301 to Starke
this Friday and Saturday, May 2.3, In tricksters and all colon sizes and plus many local floats and groups Elementary School.A .
conjunction with the Shrine Parade.A shapes will wind their way through have indicated they will participate,' chicken dinner will be served
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: number of downtown stores will downtown Starke this Saturday morning Baldwin says, from noon until 4 p.m. at the SE JyM '
!: ELKS a ELKETTES. 1102. mark down merchandise as much as May 3, as area Shriners strut Such participants: ''will Include cafeteria. Tickets are $2.50 each and
Covered Dish-7 P.M.
"- one-third. Gift suggestions forMother'a their stuff in their annual parade. motorcycle: units, clowns, funny cars, may be purchased from any Shrineror
M"tlng-'P.M. Day and graduation will be "This will probably be the biggest Legion of Honor, Honor Guard, Drum at the door. The dinners. will be
* displayed. eaten in or taken out.
and Starke
Starke has Bugle Corps, Surreys, antique
,parade ever
seen says
: PAITHCHR'STIANACADEMY'' Look for a full-page ad In this Issueof ,
Mac Baldwin of the local Shriners cart'horses and many others. Former Florida Gov. Charley
I: Fall. Registration the Telegraph' for details. 12th annual chicken dinner and 'There will be several surprises as Johns of Starke, Florida Commissioner -
M.S- well. of Agriculture Doyle Conner,
parade, with proceeds going to the
1 i '. ..30A.M.-4:3IP.M. and Rep. Frank Williams D-Crystal
Shriners' Crippled Children's The parade will start at 11 a m. on
Hospital and Shriners' Burn Hospital. Edwards Road behind Bradford Lake, all members of the Starke
i -. TUESDAY MAY Index... + 'Thirty-three Shrine Temple and Square and proceed up Walnut Street Shrine Club, are expected to be present a-
and participate in the parade.
.' Three Sections $100 worth of chicken dinner tickets
t :. Starke City Council SECTION Ai will be passed out free during the
Chance
of Showers :
M.'ln.-7 P.M.
N.w.A. A Saturday. Clearing SundayOnly parade by the Morocco Temple Clown
Hall
:: : City. \ New BrUll. ......... ..Page 2A rainfall recorded! In the county over the past week was on Saturday Unit. '
:.:.:, Courtesy Ot Editorial .. ..>..,...'..Page 4A and Sunday April 28-27. wouldn't you know It: In 1979 the local Shrine Club con
i SECTION Bi A trace was recorded Saturday at the Santa Fe towner on US-301 at tributed $10.000 to the Shriner
: jacKsoN BUILDING Sports ... ... ...... .Page 1 s-lB Hampton and the Lewis Hill tower north of Lawtey.The Lewis Hill tower hospitals from the chicken dinner: rtr
..: Obltu.rl.....4.<.... ;.;. .P.g. 78 recorded .inches) Sunday the New River tower, at local Department of sale, other money railing activities: ':' 1.
:- SUPPLY Of Starker Ch.salIi.dsr.Page. ,B Forestry Headquarters on SR-100 west of Starke. recorded .8, and the and personal donations. ".
::1 Survey. .. .. ... .....Page KB Santa f< tower .3. The official U.S. weather station at WPXE Radio In The Shriners have two large fundraising ,
'.,. ; He" jot S 964.8078 SECTION CrL..I. SUrkt Saturday night and Sunday morning.. activities a year The first Is Esther Shuford Hall:
". -- .....v..on.Inl.,. .. ... ... ... .,;. ... .P... 'C recordedthrough Sunday calls for a showers Saturday the Shriners parade. The other activity : -''
.1 Hwy tOO And 21 A Real' Es>.. .-.... ... ... ..Page 4C then clearing Sunday with near normal temperatures, the Division off la a raffle, to be held later In the Kelly's right-hand employee wantsto
: 4/3-4973 Society...... ........., .:..1 Ca 2C Forestry reported Wednesday afternoon, April 30. year. succeed her long-time boss.


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ditch with the car flipping over and accident on SR-100 5.S miles south 0
FHP
Three Vehicle WreckNo reports. struck a large, tee.Iling". \ Criffls, Starke, Tuesday, April 22 at 11:41: *' '
Trooper K.G. Etheridge cited &?' % *
with$400 the $n. M'
HP records p.m. IfImlllle to van
InjuriesNo Kellam. for careless driving. show.l' ; .,'1 .,'VolW.'I 1'4.1 1 .\' ; aA Jy '* _. i
A 1968 Ford van operated by Georgi,
bog
one was injured In a three vehicle Causes;Wr #: k., ,W< Wells 62, |Hawthorne Will,
accident on SR-16 one-half mile Seizure Causes To HamptonMan; t. c' Ura+elllntf'sbutH;p tin SR-lbo when i ,
east of Starke Wednesday;April 23 at Accident To Hampton1 deer ran into the path of Wells cans '' i/ i real
4:25: p.m.'wlth $2,630 damage done to A128-year-old man, who ing the vehicle to-hit the deer and kill l/
Hampton ManA swerved to avoid striking a stray dog ,
vehicles involved.A ed iti according to FHP reports. Well
In the roadway early Friday,April 25, '
1978 Oldsmobile sedan, operatedby 21-year-old Hampton man suffered lost control of his 1980 Ford.pickup 'was.. ,not Injured.'Vehicle .-
Donita A. Crawford 21, of Starke an epileptic seizure while driving truck and overturned it according to ''MrMt
was stopped heading east on SR-16 a vehicle Wednesday April 23 at the Alachua County Sheriff's Depart StruckBacking
for traffic to clear before .
waiting
1:45: p.m. on C-325 nine-tenths of a ment ,
making a left turn. A 1980 GMC mile south of Hampton that requiredhis Joseph Carlton Teague s'not Injured ,FroiDriveway '.}\
pickup truck driven by Stanley C. being taken to the VA hospital in in the mishap that took place on '
Schultz Jr. had just stopped behind Gainesville for treatment. a county road about five miles east of .
Crawford. When a 1980 Chevrolet Michael station R.- Florida Highway Patrol records Waldo, according to the ACSD report. 175. .damage' was:.alone to' twc
wagon operated by shows that a 1967 Plymouth sedan vehicles 'ln-an accident on' Morgar
Kellam 33, of Jacksonville the applied operated by Samuel Eichelsterferwas Backing'Mishap, Road two miles,morthwest of Starke Ramsey Home Destroyed by,fire, L
brakes he skidded 78 feet into rear
suffered
northbound C-325 when he
on 27, with injuredin
Sunday!April no one
of Schultz his vehicle to strike Little DamageNo
causing
the seizure, lost control of his .
Crawford in the rear, according to the mishap. the vehicles involved: _,
car and ran off the eastside shoulderinto one was injured lit a two vehicle FHP report said a 1974 Dodge sedan Fire Destroys Police records show" a'1979 Mack
a wooded area. mishap at the Bradford Square Shop operated by Michael Charles Smith, ,>tractor iler operated by Wayne R.
Trooper C.R. Cory cited ping Center In Starke, Wednesday, 24, of Rt,-2,Box 1023, Starke. was Ramsey House Preston, 47, of Pawtucket R.I. and a
Eichelsterfer for driving with April 23 at 8:20: p.m. with$85 damageto westbound on S-233 and a 1975 Pontiac sedan driven Loretta -
THE BRADFORD A house at 400 S. Cherry St: was 1975 Chevrolet by
suspended license.Hampton the cars involved. < .,,- station wagon .driven ,by i Patricia
1 of Starke north-
B. Clay;25, were
fire
COUNTY TELEGRAPH SPD report said a 1977 Buick sedai Coron. 40, of Rt. 2f,Box 1685, Starke, destroyed by early Thursday bound U.S. 301 when Clay signaledfor
Published every Thursday Woman operated by Louiza Brown, 56, 01 was backing.out of a driveway, failed estimated morning April 24, with damages. a left on turn and the front of (hetractortrailer
at 138 W.Call Street at 20000. >
Starke was backing from a park and pulled out in front of Smith
up to see
struck the In the
WreckA
Dies In John car
Ramsey and his'
Starke. Florida 32091 ing space and struck a 1978 Pontiac with Smith skidding 204 feet struck family had ..
34-year-old Hampton woman sedan driven by Betty M. Allen,43,of two mailboxes and stopped in a ditchon Men living in the house for' the past rear. Issued
No citations were by police.
Second Class postage paid at became Bradford County's first traffic Starke in the right side. the porth shoulder. year
Starke,FloridaSubscription 27 at in the Issued in the A spokesman for the fire depart
fatality of 1980, Sunday April No citations were issued No-/ citations were
11:35: p.m. a tenth of a mile south of mishap. mishap\ i ment indicated the fire was caused bya Fruit Stand I
Rates: vehicle wall plug In the living room.
on SR-221 in a one
In trade area: '9.00 per year wreck.Hampton Fire was confined by firemen to the Hit By Car ;

15.00 six months A 1970 Dodge sedan operated by Ira Deer Killed In Truck'Fails heat living damage room with throughout extensive the smoke rest and of A car struck a fruit stand Tuesday,

Outside trade area: '10.00 per year Jane SR-221 Griffis off was the northbound east shoulder on, One-Vehicle Accident To ,MakeiCurve; the house. April 29, on SR-100. SO feet north pf
$5.50 six months ran one-vehicle -Mrs. Ramsey discovered the fire at Laura St., in Starke, that resulted In
swerved back and over to the west A deer was killed in a
I ,' An 18-year-old Starke man was not 2:30: a.m. Thursday and called the fire $575 injure in the mishap with-..\o-
Injured in a one vehicle accident on department.Any one
NW 29th Avenue, three and a half donations would be ap- Police records show a 1971 Ford
miles west of Starke, Friday April 25 preciated. For more informption, sedan operated by William C,
I at 8 p.m. with $1,500 damage done to please call 9648107.TwoCar Livesay, 31, of Jacksonville, was
his vehicle. southbound on SR-100 when a dog rart
FHP report said a 1975 Ford pickup out onto the highway. Livesay then
truck operated by Paul Timothy Collision applied brakes, lost control, rag
Cask Ins was westbound on the dirty Causes Injury through Lee Mundy's produce stand/ :
FAN! road when the pickup truck rounded a No charges were filed by police. ",.
MOST $700 damage was done to two
curve too fast, lost control, and the
wreck April 28
vehicles in a Monday
vehicle rolled over In a ditch along the ... I
2:52
at Call and Church Streets at
south edge of (he roadway. in- Parole Violator
Starke with one
cited Gaskins for P.M. in person
Trooper C,R. Cory :
jured.Police. Goes to Work
careless driving.
records show a 1973 Buick I
I It sedan operated by Vernon L. Harmon Instead of Prison ;.:

17, of Pearson, Ga., travelling After a lengthy violation of probation '
Two Vehicle MishapNo north on Church St. and a 1978 hearing Monday, April. 21, CIr-
InjuriesNo Oldsmobile sedan driven by Edna H. cuit Judge R.A. Green Jr. extended''
Norton, 57, of Starke, was travellingwest 23-year-old Hampton man's probation--
r l 1.t 1. SATELLITE'allpurpose one was Injured in a two vehicle on east Call Street when Harmon 10 months and ordered him to fulfilla:
accident on SR-100 two-tenths of a struck the Norton vehicle on the left complex public service contract. 'i
mile south of Starke at' 11:45 a.m. front fender. Jackson Thomas Brooks, had been:
Thursday April 24, with $3,500 Records show Mrs. Norton taken to umemployed,but now has a job and is-
damage to the two vehicles. Bradford County Hospital in Starke making an effort to pay restitution fe:
where she was treated in the his attempted robbery and to paY'
ti fan FHP report said a 1971 Plymouth emergency room.Assistant child support. His violation of probation
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t y i station wagon operated by Daniel Police Chief Harold charge stemmed from his failure:
[ .Terry, 60, or Washington, was northbound Crews cited Harmon for violation of to child support. : *..
i h gives you most ; 'on --SR-lOO and a 1973 Fort? right-of-way. Judge pay Green used a "covenent"-
pickup truck driven by Lloyd Thorn
Saxon had presented in another case.
comfort for ton, 37, of Starke was southbound on Brooks agreed to spend a week in the
SR-100. Terry then made a left turn in
Car-Truck Mishap Bradford County Jail pick up Irl1g r:
front of Thornton with Thornton strike radius of Starke i
least within a five-mile
money ,\ Ing Terry and rolling over on the Causes'Little Damage? 'cleans y purktt.tlelpvjllj.1IIIQtIl1! ,; i 1'I.
shoulder of the road. Terry landed lit'r."I o'b nte"wasnjur40a'two-vehicle' : '
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1. the ditch. \j.h;id Ideot br'pSs30J! [ ,I !p (pet \Wh W j lIiiJiV! i-uSorgt( (pl e a";M'MI IJf4.'OWI. I. .
1 Turns to ann, PcIr'T." Trooper C.R. Cory cited Terry foil's" eorgla St7Fh'StarlV: Tuesday", April with proceeds going to a charIty. ';
.. apt down left right violation of right of way turning left. 29, at 1:34: p.m. with $125 damage to Brooks had served Iwo of a four ::3
year nrnhalinn sentence for attemo- .:1
\ : r 2. Locks in any position, ted robbery-l and criminal l-mischief of :.
the Junior Food Store. Jan. 26, 197H.Ho .
"-- automatically could have received a five year i-1
THE SOUTHERN prison term, according to Saxon.
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COUNTRY KITCHEN Pvt. Flowers
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harvesting equipment,delivery to the Farmers will have first priority on A public hearing on the request for
central plant, and the fertilizer. the alcohol produced. Second prioritywill rezoning will be held at the regular
go for local community use such county zoning board meeting May 27.
Rotarians: TV Series Gave Wrong Impression, Was Not News; Farmers should be able to clear as school buses, police cars rescue
$800 per acre on a two-crop per year units;, etc.'Third priority will go to
: basis,Tilley said and will also benefit state and federal governments. The
: Kleiman Charles True, More Favored Series Than Opposed It from a profit-sharing plan. A plant new fuel will not be available at ser-
.with a two-to-three thousand gallon vice stations for use by the. general]
posing the series, Supt. of Schools Kleiman responded that Channel 4 capacity such as initially planned public.
Channel Glen
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reporter
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Kleiman came back to face the music Tom Casey pointed out that"our com- got the idea for the programs from an be provide a $ -$50.000 net After the program Is well under
i' In Starke when he appeared before munity has been a leader" in providing editorial that appeared in the farmers profit to split among participating way people will be "breaking down
':the Rotary Club last Wednesday programs for black athletes. Telegraph In January of this year. said. on a production basis,Tilley our doors," Wester told the farmer
referred to Channel 4's EWe Sanders commented Eventually the plant should be
poin- Judge
Casey County group.
April of Mac
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Invitation .
upon out ordinances still city his Impression from the expanded to produce up to 10,000 also that
Baldwin, local Chevrolet-Olds dealer. ting are on Tilley pointed out ethanol
ifc-rr JJ- Narrator for the five-part series books requiring segregated facilities series was to laugh. gallons of alcohol daily, he added. could be adapted for use In diesel '(I)
//Fa/rhown: on TV-4's nightly 6 ..and schools. The city s defense has "It wasn't news to us; Starke was Ethanol Is 100 per cent alcohol and engines by adding seed oil. b
=:--newscast: In early February,Kleiman p.m. been to admit the ordinances are on portrayed in a bad light to others." Is currently being produced by a A plant similar to the one plannedfor (jtUJ.n
E defended the series as portraying the the books, but to point out they are no the Judge said. small pilot plant operated by Bradford County, Is now under ,.ee
:r.-truth about Starke. Channel 4 received longer valid and cannot be enforced. Drew Reddish, DuPont executive Ethylene Coporation at 7401 Phillips constructgion In Hamilton County,
many more good comments than Black students have attended Bradford told Kleiman the complete Impression Highway Jacksonville. Motor Tilley said. .
bad but did have some criticism of schools for some time and have of the series was that It was done vehicles can be converted to operte on K.d laUl'cutl
the series, the TV reporter said. achieved this without the school for sensationalism and that Channel 4 alcohol at small coat, Tilley said. .
Channel 4 charged that Starke Is system having to resort to busing to was more Interested In selling news to Cooperating farmers will be given a
throwing good money after bad in trying accomplish the Integration the school the public. certain number of gallons free for
to maintain a faulty generator In, head said. Kleiman. at.that pointed out operating their farm equipment, he luncheon Special
the of Casey pointed out that Bradford everything Channel 4 said In the added.
power plant to the tune
dreds of thousands of dollars buD-1' High School has had a black series Is true. Drunk Drivers For yesterday's
ty ordinances are antiquated and bad- homecoming queen and a black Many more favored the series than 2.45
in the senior class. It Kleiman stated. He said Causing Many memories
ly need updating that the city Is I losing valedictorian opposed ,
through faulty water Casey also took exception to the some of the letters asked Channel 4 toInvestigate Traffic Deaths
money of the Channel 4 series the school courts
opening scene system today's love
meters. while listed as
Driving drinking was
Kleiman said he was assigned to in-. each night when he commented it police department,and other areas. a contributing factor in percent of From 11 00 .m. until 2.00 p m
after showed a car driving on the wrong After the questions ended. President and tomorrow's
vestigate the Starke story Street.alt the fatal crashes In Florida in 1978 I
side of Call gives people Farnsworth told Kleiman he hasa
former Joe Warren said
mayor approached and can result in severe penalties
'
watched the series the Impression admiration of the Channel dreams.
another reporter at Channel 4. who wrong lot more the Florida Highway Patrol. .
Kleiman told the Rotarians he of Starke" Casey said. 4 newsman for coming back to Starketo Records show that only eightpercent DINNER-From
checked out every aspect of the story Dr. Bernard McFadden, local face questions about the series. of all crashes had driving while I love You.
and added that he spent the better representative for Santa Fe Com ................................... drinking listed as a cause. This in-
part of a week working on the story. munity College, pointed out that most dicates that In the more serious .JJ ppA""lv.r 5:00 til 10:00 p.m.
of the information had been in the tu, p.m.
"We talked to Spec. 4 Lawrence craahes, the drinking driver was
DIe and did our best to be care TtStgraph down through the years almost three times as dangerous. 0/ .
Kleiman said. "We went to City of and was not news to most people in Budget The trend seems to be slowly dropping -
Starke leaders to give them a fair Starke. Awarded Army Medal ; possibly due to the 55 miles per COMPLETE CHINESE
chance to respond. Mayor Silcox did a hour speed limit.
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U.S. FORCES Germany- Spec.: 4 -
good Job, Kleiman said.
No One CUISINE
"The series gave people informa- Qualifiedfor Lawrence Budget nephew of Daisy
tion on what the City of Starke Is doing B. Morris, Route 2, Starke. Fla., Dr. Richardson U.S.. I).(:.
with your money," Kleiman said. recently was presented! the Army
City Clerk Merrill Edwards admit- Lawtey ElectionNo Commendation Medal In Furth Germany. Dr. Wayne C.: E"'tHl.1J.C.
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ted repairs to the No. 6 generator
which has troubled the city since it The medal was awarded for TAKE OUT ORDERS
was installed, cost hundreds of one has qualified to run for the meritorious service.Such service can Keystone Chiropractic Clinic
thousands of dollars. election in for the
special Lawtey be over an extended period of time or
Former Mayor Joe Warren said, in seat of Ben McCulley who resigned for outstanding achievement in a At SR-21 Forth Open 6 Days A Week
an Interview for Channel 4,that the city last month as a commissioner single situation. The recipient must
should buy its power from an out- because of a Job conflict.
have demonstrated skills and dedication Suite)
Shop -
side source. The election has been set for Tues- far above the average. Keystone Closed Monday
Opening the floor for questions day, June 3, with the deadline for !
Kleiman was asked by Rotary Presi- qualifying to end at noon on May 12 Budget received the award for hav- Phone 473-3604
dent Pat Farnsworth who spoke up according to city clerk. Lucille ing driven SO.OOO miles with no accidents -
after several minutes of silence, the Shuford. or traffic violations.The HOUKH 9a.m.1 ;".m. and :3.;>.,". (j1 />.'". Located: 1900 N. Temple Ave.
reason Channel 4 Included the out- Anyone who Is a registered voter
dated ordinances in the series on the and a resident of the City of Lawteyand specialist who entered the Ar- \ on.. Tiies.. n'eel. 6 Fri. 301 N To Rena Motel
power plant. is 18 years of age or older is eligible l- my In September 111'17,18 a driver with
Kleiman said an expert at the to run for the balance of Mc- the 71st Maintenance Battalion.He 9a.in.1 p.in. Thursdays PHONE 9645125ri
University of Florida indicated the Culley's term which ends in attended Tuskegee Institute :
series should be separate but found December. Qualifying fee Is $30 and Ala. We Do Accept New Patients
the ordinances were not up to date those who choose to run for the post
with the times. must fill out a financial disclosure
As part ef his explanation Kleiman form.
said Channel 4 is very careful about The person elected to the seat will
talking with people with an ax to have to run for re-election in the
grind. regular City of Lawtey election In
Saying he was one_of the people op- December.
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The trio of lakes west of By this drainage, several Starke mg wild hem and cattle, young rj37 .1-.
Starke-Sampson, Rowell and developers Including Col. Comer L. alligators fish.' and birds' eggs. A ::.t
Crosby-have long been a source of Peek, Dr. J.L. Gaskins, and Capt. small clearing where the, fugitives' : 21r 24 _
pleasure and Interest to the people) of J.C. Richard hoped to encourage rice- grew sweet potatoes eat with their r -
Bradford County since the days of the growing on the drained lands around 'possum could still be seen In.the early "
earliest settlers when a family of Sampson Lake and a rice mill was actually days of this century. .' 'j_'
Crosbys settled in the area and gave built, although the venture was
their name to one of the three bodiesof not a success. At that time the Tracking the runaway slaves
water. developers thought Sampson City through the treacherous- muck and
would become a thriving town rasor-adged awgrms seldom proved
Then In the early 1890s the surfacesof because it was at the crossing of two successful, and the planters bad to Lake
the three lakes were lowered about rail lines the F.S.AF. and the wait patiently until the fugitives finally f Cro sbyrobas
six feet by canalizing Sampson River Seaboard branch line running from got enough of their newfound'liberty"
(the outlet connecting Sampson Lake Starke to the Suwannee River. But ; and voluntarily returned to as"
with the Santa Fe River). widening this dream never materialited. an easier way of life.with their former
and deepening the small creek that masters".
connected Rowell Lake with Sampson In the days before the Civil War the
and digging a ditch to connect dense swamp then surrounding the Meanwhile the runaways' lost no F76_
Crosby and Sampson.This three lakes was usually flooded and opportunity to frighten other slaves LARK SAMPSON r Uil.erl chr :, s ra s e"
covered with sawgrass and other with terrible tales of the horrors contained -
additional drainage dried up dense undergrowth. It became a in the swamp-hoop snakes,
much swamp land around and bet- favorite hideout for fugitive Negro flying 'gators, giant black panthers Lake
ween the lakes and gave Sampson a slaves who eked out a frugal ex- and other terrors, most of which were /e.1. Rowell 71
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for Growth ..i tact however, that ravenous wild where the .water is around 18 feet and boats could then traverse all
Preparing dogs roamed the swamp until they deep. The"Doodle Hole" was the site three lakes without re-launching.
were finally killed out They were of an ill-fated attempt to keep Sampson
descendants of curs,brought along by Lake from overflowing the surrounding Due to the fact": however that the
the fugitive slaves to warn them of area by sinking a deep well water elevation In Crosby is about 2'*
Like many other Florida counties civic- question the fact that it is much better for each pursuers. in the hope of draining surplus water feet higher than Sampson, it was
minded citizens in Bradford have spent much county to develop its own plan, rather than into the underground aquifer during estimated that opening the new canal
time and volunteer effort in the last five years have outsiders come In and do the jobfor Sampson Lake covers an area of rainy times. The well never functioned would lower the level in Crosby about
'1.95. feet while raising the level in
them. 2,075 acres making it slightly larger properly and finally started
developing a longrangegrowthmanagementplan than Kingsley Lake east of Starke. "blowing"water spouts up to a heightof :Sampson by half a foot.A .
that will serve as a blueprint for controlled Although it is emphasized that the land-use Crosby is the second largest with 550 100 feet or more. It was finally cap-
land use in the next two decades which will plan is not "set in concrete" or "carved in acres and Rowell covers an area of ped to prevent a hazardous situation. small group of residents on
365.The two smaller lakes from Crosby Lake feared this change in
to this state. range
growth
multi-colored
bring phenomenal the large showingthe
stone, map 15 to:20 feet deep in places but Sampson Another failure was an attempt to water level would be detrimental to
of to avoid land- recommended use for each area of the is very shallow averaging about create a tri-lake recreation and their favorite fishing grounds and
The concept planning now county is an integral part of the plan and ten feet in depth except at the fishing area by connecting all three voiced so much opposition to the pro-
use abuse and disaster in future years is a forms the linchpin that holds together, the "Doodle Hole" near the north shore lakes with a navigable canal from ject that the County Commission
sound concept and one which the Florida complicated machinery' land-planning. and a favorite flatting spot called"Wynn'a Crosby to Sampson. Rowell and dropped the tri-liikc idea and it was
legislature should be commended for adoptingin Without the map-which may be altered from Stobs"on the southeast side Sampson were already: connected. never revived.
1975. The land-use legislation simply
provides
time to time as needed-the managementplan
that all Florida counties must formulatea for controlled, growth would fall apart Thompson [Heads

plan by July 1, 1980 and die on the altar of political expediency.A Group To Name
for the best use of its County Agents

rapidly diminishing 1A1tD.uSE:' ,'. conscientious effort has been made by a b"> Babbt.. Tutlur .; Hospital TrusteeA
available land in order '. cross-section of interested citizens to devise a Notebook Phone: !MK4-82HO: committee has been formed to

to avoid the ecological t'L&N=:. =. plan that will be flexible realistic, practical, { .; make a recommendation to Gov. Bob
-= Graham on an appointment of the
and economic hard'l and meet the needs of orderly growth while Bradford County Hospital Board of
ships that inevitably preserving the quality of our rural }at- Trustees according to Bob Harris.

result from haphazard mosphere. This Is the time of year when I get determine how much water Is being local chairman for the governor.

development. ; Certainly, that is a goal with which everyone numerous calls from gardeners about applied. Blaine Thompson, Starke
problems and pests on their businessman. has been appointed
who about the future of Bradford County
And the job hasn'tbeen cares -: vegetables. One of the most common Water should never be applied at a chairman for the selection committeeby
easy. In fact, it can agree. And that is what our plan can be if problems is wilt on tomatoes. Unfor; rate faster than it can be absorbed by Harris.
has been a slow and it Isn't emasculated In the futurebyiVPte-1-t tunately this problem cannot be corrected y the sprinkler applies too'
sometimes painful minded politicoes-=whO would &htof3t full' {off t after it has ttacked4tl" 2 5t much water, it only runs off and Is be- The term of Joseph Stephenson ex-
and will continueto process holes whenever a little political pressure is ap tomato plant, and I hate to tell the Ing wasted. pired last December 31. bul he has
.' gardener that there Is nothing he can continued to serve on .the board of
present problems as plied. do for affected plants. Avoid extremes in water. Light,frequent trustees until he is either reappointed
its restrictions begin to be felt. It is an undertaking So far our County and City Commissionershave waterings are inefficient and or another person is appointed in his
that the of The best way to prevent wilt produce shallow root systems. Ex- .
required expertise profes- to the land use place.He
given adequate support
(fuasium and bacterial) is to grow cessive irrigation which keeps the
sional planners (provided by the North Cen- plan for which so many laymen, as well as resistant varieties and/or fumigatethe root tone saturated with water is also has served on the bound of
tral Florida Regional Planning Council) and planners, have given much time and effort. soil before transplanting. Even harmful to the plants. Roots need air trustees for several >eurs. having
also the wisdom and experience of the people They are to be commended for this support, then some plants may develop the to function and too much water killsor been appointed in January 1H7H by
who actually live on the land-farmers, and also urged to continue it in the future when disease. greatly decreases root growth. Gov. Rubin Askew to replace

homeowners, business people-as well as land the going gets rough when zoning restrictions Other common problems are insects Time to water is also important. Charney before the Williams end of his,who term had resigned
developers and builders.In sometimes thwart the desire of individual am- ,and diseases like early and late During dry periods .it may be
bitions. blights, leaf spots and sometimes necessary to water during the heat of Anyone interested in serving in the
Bradford County, one of the first to start viruses. Leaf spots and blights can be the day.Water will cool the grass and post should contact Thompson lit
work on its land-use plan, the painstaking process But with the trend of growth now shifting to controlled with a regular spray or prevent damage. However when 964-8840.
has almost reached conclusion, and will Central and North Central Florida, a strong, dusting program using Zineb, Maneb daytime watering is not possible
be safely under the wire by the time of the though flexible land-use plan, is vital to our Captan or Copper. water whenever convenient. Late

deadline, July 1, 1980. And that is well and area if we are to avoid the mistakes and'pitfalls Insects such as hornworms. fruit- afternoon which keeps or the early plants morning wet for watering many Conservation

good, for counties that fail to develop their that have marred the growth and brought worms, aphids stink bugs, loopers. hours longer than normal can be
own plan have been given notice that the State sometimes unsurmountable problems to'the and cutworms can be controlled witha detrimental. Extended wet periods Commentsby
will step in and do the job for them if they fail formerly favored "Gold Coasts" of South general purpose insecticide appliedat encourge plant diseases. So water
to meet their responsibilities. No one will Florida. 7-day intervals. The spray or dust early enough in the afternoon so that Bern Smith
should contain either Malathion or the plants will dry out several hours Soil Conservationist I
Diazinon plus Sevin. Apply the insec- before nightfall or late enough in the Soil Stewardship Week 1980. The
ticide after a rain or overhead irriga- morning so that the plants have had Bradford Soil and Water Conservation :

I Ready to Fly! r. tion. time to dry before being irrigated.I nationwide District SWC'D celebration) will join of In Soil the I,

Other questions include garden irrigation. also get calls on herbicides for the Stewardship Week to take place on
\ In Irrigating the garden, it is garden but I usually suggest cultiva- May 1118. according to Jim

With all signs flashing "GO!I" for the Hous- Joining Roberts on the HFA board were advisable week to thoroughly unless sufficient wet the soil tion. The primary purpose of cultiva- Faulkner chairman of the Bradford
once a rainfalls tion is to control weeds. Weeds are
SWCD board of The
ing Finance Authority's middle income hous- Freeman Register, Jr., Marvin Rosier, rather than to apply several easy to control when they are small. theme of this year's supervisors.celebration is
ing bond issue to be signed into being Tuesday Charles Flynn, and Ralph Bryan. All gave light sprinklings. A growing garden Shallow cultivation and hoeing is ad- "The Judgement of Nature.". It's
in New York it seems time to recognize those freely of their time and expertise.The will require inch of water per week vised in order to reduce damage to focus Is especially appropriate as the
persons who have given freely of their time and when the plants are large as the crop root system. No one United States considers the current

and talent to make this $7 million shot in the HFA board worked its way through the Place much shallow as S inches cans may in your be garden required.to chemical be suggested weed for killer a growing(herbicide garden.) can condition natural resources of its soil In water response and related to the

arm possible. labyrinth of regulations, problems with state Soil and Water Resources Conservation -
law, and sweated out a court ruling that could Act (RCA).
Credit due was given the county commis- have stopped the issue before it got off the
sioners last week. We pointed out the current ground. FORESTRYIN The National Association! of Conservation
Districts NACD has
commissioners were an aggressive bunch in t sored Soil Stewardship Week in spon-the
securing this bond issue which could be a ma- The board listened for hour- upon hour as BRADFORD COUNTY bv Mark FriesIf United States since 1955, in coopera-
jor force in softening the "deflation" blow Glen Allen and other members of the invest- tion with the nation's nearly 3.000 Soil

here in the coming year. ment banking firm, or (if you wish) bond and Water Conservation Districts.
"The loss of some 3 million acres of
underwriters, explain the machinations of the
white webs full of Eastern tent It will be the fall webworm and its productive agricultural land each
To the job done the commissioners turn- such bond issue
get making a fly. caterpillars have blossomed l high in preferred trees are pecans and per year through urbanization and other
ed to one of their former members George your shade trees along with spring simmons.This is about the only insect uses. the decline in productivity of the
Roberts Jr., a local realtor and insuranceman. It appears the $8.5 million bond issue for blooms and new greenery take heart that could be confused with the tent topsoil as the result of destructive
Roberts was a very capable county commis- middle income housing will fly Tuesday when from the fact that these insects are caterpillar of spring. The fall web- erosion, and the continuing pollutionof
not likely to cause damage.The is slightly over an Inch In the nation's waters is serious cause
sioner when on the board even if you didn't the contracts are signed. The local HFA board worm for everyone's concern."the
in sponsors
always agree with him. He has Bradford members deserve much credit for giving of webs resemble pocket handkerchiefs color.length The and adult yellow moth to is grey-brown white. believe. "AsNaturereuardscareand

County at heart; the board knew that Roberts their time. They were not paid, except .in high In the crotches of trees. constructive attention it also
cares and would look out after the interest of knowing they .have done a service for their The preferred food for the caterpillar Though the tent caterpillar Is likely penalizes negligence and deliberate.
include the wild cherry wild plum to be the insect you're most likely to damage to our natural resources
the county in such a no-pay job. community. crabapple and hawthorn. notice this time of year it is by no
means the only one. Participation in Soil Stewardship
Normally the Eastern tent caterpillar Week activities offers an
sticks to the web "'.long as the Several other kinds of caterpillarsinfest to reflect on the Nation opportunity s natural
s ._ food lasts or until it is time to pupate. oak trees. And in South Florida resource problems and consider actions -
U you can get spray up to the web there are caterpillars that pasture on to resolve them or reduce their
this controls them effectively. particularly the poinciana. Jerusalem thorn, the Impact. Informative material on the
while they're small. mahogany and various kinds of figs.
The it's about nine from earth. Soil Stewardship Week theme is
in Sinus
brightest star the sky is light yean sway
Chellman said. The Cuban May beetle, as a night-' distributed through the Bradford
feeding.seldom-seen adult.attacks at SWCD to clergymen, lay leaders
There is no real control after they
least a dozen kinds of tropical trees
civic and educational
swarm out of the web as long, slender organizations:
all of which occur in South Florida.
RIl-f/ "AIHUffll/ ) t ?I. black and brown striped adults. Then In many eases, the outbreaks of insects -" and to interested and materials Individuals.for the Information 1980
t A keep them out of the house
N 1879 you Just are so severe that entire trees orf s sgroves
,;40 ,...." \ and off any favorite plants they seem may be defoliated.. celebration of Soil Stewardship Week
N /V \ lertrap to be attacking and after a few days However even if''this occurs can and be obtained Water from the BradfordSoil
Conservation District
: (!J. .. they will be gone. still
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Southslde II -. ..asa. _ap..ww.wa ...II 1"U- "" '" Bradford Middle .. .. .,
School News
Elementary

School News have blooms and the children are wat Davis from Mrs. Ive Jean Harrell'l Darn to r.menben

Calendar of Events ching the fruit develop. They have a fourth grade, Amy Dowllng! from May I BMS ,School Loncn Menu. ," '*.BRADFORD HIGH SCHOOL.' t.if
PE. Track Intramurals -' "" MENU.MAY M
Mr Sandra Duncan's LUNCH
mini-zoo _on the science table to fUth,grade, 'MayS-t
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April 24-report cards were .tent the BUS track. b the .
Aaron Schulio n
watch. Jeremy Crawford Donna and from Mrs. Donna, las
event 01 Mwr It Hamburfir an two
raID it y
home with students.May will
5-9 and Dana Dunlop brought tadpoles which Hartley's fifth nada David Syssklnd May S.May. be held May J or 1uMIlooIpiekIIr/ r.sra RNs. ePPte"OOs. -
May 10-Early are getting their legs now. Janice from Mrs. Mildred Harpo'-Mnl. Ann nuke .. __. ft Connlnn rode. alaw,bated baarrCItaaaiay. '
; i.bMrlrawlrq.korsotw Mar
Kindergarten registration for the196H S Starte It lima beer w/kam." .M
found and Baker's third ersde. Bo Elementary' 8th T..e.1. May Baby __..... ml,,110.
Davis Haisten
some grasshoppers from 1
graders will be .......... HmHil in trtc .pp :
>1 school here WnliOlgraana
for orientation. .
year. Crridnn a noadlaa.
Ms. Dee Hill's May >
Mercy ;
the students are watching them hop. third grade, .. *,
During the school week. May 59. May 7 ''Southslde Elem. Bth "hot roD*iokt.ppleuo., .milk- PrWh v
Justin Kite brought his two rabbits Yvonne Bobo from Mrs. Bobbie Fae M.y r,.Chkkan4rlo ,benlp.- '"
the children may be registered at class Cha'fs third graders will be here for orientation. --il. -,srTOt sU1,0a a cup Boorbsd.7mMaay lan rtlfia"lrJlt SSSrIadr SSl2oSc t
last week for the to see them grade,, Sylvia Thornton = .::? c /
lde School May 8 -
South 8:30 a m. to 4 p.m. from Mrs. Ernestine HamP n. Brooker and .
eat,hop and play. Tim Lewis broughttwo ThompUna-Mrs. milknumtey./
kultsd ens'
Frtod ddcka
On May 10, Saturday, Lawtey Elem. 5th graders will be It .May..Sbppy Joe oa(but.loaaad aalad
fish for the and the Thelma Knight's fourth milk.
aquarium rude
School new grade bMm flit
prole
Whitehead from Southside and room here for orientation. ew.a. buuarad corn paacfc.halt,_lit buuor..soak..,
Turkey ailed o Mtun petals
Dunlp twins brought a butterfly. All Beverly Mosley from Sirs. Donna fru.y toy i .
Mrs: Mary Ann Kyle from Starke Gnien'a fourth-fUth May II The BUS Chorus Concert chip. omntMiry MUO. .bultend. sr eO pu milk. Ul /
Mrs. Mullins' students are enjoying grade Jamie Frill.,. May ti 8pah aauc Jraaaaj) i':
Elementary will be at Bradford watching their too. Whitehead from Mrs. Dorothy WW be IMJId at 8 p.m. ID the BHS buu.MMIM,mtlk.Brooker baana, rranck, .breed,apple"munch,mllk._ ..: 1
from 10 a.m. to 2 to ,auditorium. Elem. School "
Square p.m. fJ.
In Mrs. Donna Gruen's fourth-fifth Leach's thirdgrader Brian Reid from '. *
register students whose parents are grade congratulations are In order Mrs.. Qark s, fourth grade Lunch: Menu.May.. ..
able to visit the school the dartMam AUKMlTB: ': ill
not during Latoehla May s Maeannl ehMM M
for the A-B honor roll students John Llndsey from Mrs. Elaine .
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week. To enter kindergarten, a child v er ewes paaa.peer
Manning, Bernice Collins and Tam- Wood-Ms. Shirley Johnson's 'fifth The BMS 8th grade class visited : !hot roll*, milk.Itwtay. .
must be five years old by Dec. 1, I960 my Lane. They have worked hard. grade, and Doug Fertig from Mrs. BHS for orientation Wednesday M.y ti BarbaaMd pat.bun,tomato Mo**.;. M.r.II, Hamburger!, ehMMMrfm,!I
(please note this is a new condition Earth Day 1980 was Tuesday, April Sandra Duncan's fifth grade Each ASpril 23.Our students were very Impressed : w.la.p..a.t.. franc niw.',yUow! cak* tappII1&. T.mndirrl.... .. -. iU<*liak" ;\
starting this year). At the time of 22. To celebrate this day at Southside student works in the library carding, with BBS and their orientation _...... May ruta it_I'CIIII..IuJacI.graan ; Ms'llkaMkr..Frsehrtr/.1erah
registration the parents must have: the Library began a "pop topscuIPture'd' stamping,and shelving books for one- program. Our 8th graders are taw,eves b lud.ppto.,bx seta,milk.Th.N.y w..._.?. May li CoriKtop, "hainbuMtrk'.tehMHturg .'r.":!'J'i
Proof of birth (birth registration asking the boys and girls half hour each day,Their help Is Invaluable looking forward to being at BHS for, M.y:: Turk.y pot ....., toaaad.salad, _mllkehok.e CbMHburgira., r-rMickri, pfuau.mllkMskaS .t
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certificate, hospital or }hisS' nil*, 114mvw nmntmr. Mr
to beautify earth by and as a reward for and the 198041 school term, as the new : ,
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our good
record) im- ,. .May.rrMchldu*,........poUUMa, ,mkl..French hie.
baptismal up-to-date '
picking up "pop tops' and bringing faithful service they receive an award Freshman class. We are very proud graoy.bwurad Iran paao upptawuc*.but tulle. ......1'. May li Pin, .hamburtara. rr-ctIlrioII,
munization record including rubella polio them to the library.The children then from Mrs.Burney Winkler,librarian. of their excellent behavior during buiur.nllk,( -.. ... >.y. 1
DPT Measles
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mumps vac -
have been attaching their "pop tops" Menu May M their morning at BHS. .
cinations. Physical examination
forms be obtained from the onto those already there, In any angleor Spec. .4 Danny J. Warren Warren Is assigned to the 3rd ;iii1{ '
school may office or the health depart- line, thereby creating a sculpture. Monday Hamburger on bun, lettuce 5th We are looking forward to having Completes Course' Defense Artillery. \
The sculpture is growing daily and graders from Starke, Southside
tomato, buttered com, cert- -'
ment. The child will need these com pears Hampton Brooker and FORT CAMPBELL, Ky.-8pec. 4 :
Southside is very proud of the milk. Lawtey Elem. '
pleted before entering school in the Southside children who have Tuesday Beef. A Ron, tossed schools for their orientation program. Danny Warren,son of retired Army Pfc. Kelly D. Fields ;. ,;. .
fall. Parents are urged to register We Sot. 1st Class and Mrs.Jackson s. '' "
beautified their earth.. Above the will introduce them to special programs Receives Parachutist Badge ;
cheese
salad sUx
peaches -rolls ;
their children that their
names .
now so Lake
Warren Crystal recently com-
sculpture is hung poster of the different from the elementary'achoo1leve1.
very milk. FORT BENNING, Ga.-PIc. Kelly-
will be the class rolls In the .
already on
fall and they will also avoid the long appropriate symbol for Earth Day, Wednesday Dried bean w rice, We will make introduc-, pleted the Primary Leadership D.Fields, son of Mrs.Mary J.Kunne,,,;
tiotis of Course at Fort Campbell, Ky.
the world held by several hands of different key staff members and have
received
%meat sandwich,candied ,fruit Starke, recently *-' ,
waiting lines on the first day of yams walking tours The course develops leadership, ?
school colors. Several smaller pictures cup, milk. so that they may Parachutist Badge upon completion
and pamphlets and books deal- become familiar with the middle supervisory and managerial skills appropriate '
of the three-week airborne course fII\)
Thursday Hamburger {
May 7-all fifth grades will go to the gravy office :
school to shop or environments -
middle school for an orientation pro ing with ecology complete the mashed potatoes! mixed vegetables, in attending campus.should"leel Any parent interested for soldiers who have the U.S. Army Infantry School, Fort-.

gram.May 12-all second grades will go to display.The students who have been baked..-...apples.rolls R o, nn thin hirttered to do+_so.; Our orientation; very jH-ogram welcome will .been... ...?selected<<,......i...by....l their tA II.MMIMI commanders* .*.**. Benning. ...;.,....,>Ga......Ar r irioiHo liven. tnt,.1n
the Florida State Museum, selected as library assistants for the ..:-I.
Gainesville. last six weeks of school are: Brian oo "1'"

May 23-all first grades will go to \\.1
the Jacksonville Zoo. Heilbron Springs Fire

May 28-Memonal Day is a school Dept. Has MeetingThe
holiday.
May 30-last day of school year for Heilbron Springs Volunteer
students Fire Dept. met at the Northslde Bap.
list Church Fellowship Hall Tuesday

On April 14 Mr. Maynard Cox, a night. speaker
snake bite specialist, spoke to the Guest was Dennis Rhoden, A Y
fourth and fifth graders about who will begin for
poisonous snakes and insects. The the Dept. In C.P.R.Tuesday,Maysat
children enjoyed the colorful slide 7:30 p.m. These claaaes will be held
presentation and learned many each Tuesday night until the nine-
helpful things about the snakes and hour course Is completed for certification ... -

insects in our area. _
Friday April 25. all fourth graders Basic fire fighting technique
went to St. Augustine. They visited classes will also be held beginning the
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Museum. In preparation for the trip, for members who have already
the classes have been doing research completed the C.P.R course.
work on many of the famous people and prospective
represented in the museum. They members were encouraged to begin
also visited Castillo de San Marcos these classes.
National Monument or The Old Fort.
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Hampton Highlights doe.. ,.Ids 1111111 .. .ell 400 ..6......... ....41,. ... .. .. .64 Newsl: J aeasameaeam! "-"III"

By Dolores Menu, phone....1.15. Gainesville with I family member. Hampton Elementary School Fourth 1 grade: Diana Cardin. Kelly By Elizabeth G. Walker'
Senior Citizens His birthday cake was decorated witha Honor Roll D'Augustine, Andy Frey Eva Hinz. phone M4-MS3.
Die-Hampton Senior Citizens Club big guitar. Report cards went home with Sandy Friese, Harold Mitchell Brandy -
!3 In Debbie Parmenter celebrated her student last week showing the following Phillips. Scott Woods and Tracy Dell Chapter 1M OESi The monthly Union ChoIr..The speaker will be Rev.
g the ,city hall aEv ry older p.m. la 17th birthday on April 26 by enjoying name a*attaining all A'*and B's Youngblood. meeting will be held Thursday. May Coleman.
person .
flwetoomel dinner at the' Red Lobster in for the 5th six weeks grading liod: Fifth grade: Paul Bawek Leslie 8, at 7:30 In the Masonic Hall on
..'n Gainesville with relative, First Grader Christina Runner, Brown, Kevin D'Augustine Teresa Brownlee Street. All member are speaker for Friday night will be
Bridal Showerliltidis Janet Runner, Melissa Byrd, Marcie Manning, Leslie McKinney Tammy asked to attend. Mr*. Sarah Rice second vice-
: Patricia Ann Williamson was Convalescing Carpenter, Angela D'Augustine, An- Peeples and Laura Whitehead. president of Fla. Mrs..Rice 1* from
Mrs. Fontaine returned dria Sharon Jody Jacksonville. Saturday at 3 the
honored at a bridal shower given Josephine Fenton, Forsyth, CHURCH ACTIVITIES p.m.
Saturday night April 26, at the Fred home on April 22 following five day< .Hagames Aimee Hodges. Amy Men May S-9 Greater Allen Chapel AME Church Young People will present a program.
Phillips home. Patricia and Andrew hospitalization at North Florida Horne! Shannon Hughes,Don Roberts Monday' Peanut butter sandwich Family and Friends Day will be All churches in the District are asked
Regional pltaL and Kim Sheppard. mixed observed Sunday May IS. All to have the young people present.
She!'win have aet May 31 as their wed- cheese w macaroni
Sdt-ig date at the home of her parents Second Grade Allison Archey, vegetables pear half, milk. members are asked to cooperate with Sunday School 9:30.: Morning service
Visitor Michael Davis, 11 a.m. Rev. Otis Borker will be the
Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Williamson. Campen, Cindy Tuesday Turkey pot pie tossed this activity.
Rhonell Estes, Hill Stefame speaker pastor of ML Pleasant Baptist
Mary salad banana pudding butteredcorn Sunday School will begin the activi-
.., '" Mrs. Otis MUlenbine of Orlando Koehler and Karla Church, WUliston. At 3 Rev.A. .
CondolenceSympathy Hughes Misty milk. ty at 10 a.m. At 11 a.m. Mt. Plsgah p.m.
is extended to the family spent from Friday Monday' with Rush. Wednesday Pork and gravy rice AME Church will conduct services. Jenkins will deliver the sermon.
landf f ends of Mrs. Ira Jane GrUfis her daughter and family.Mr. and Third Grade: Tracy Bradley, Tina mustard greens, carrot stick cherry Rev. Sister Calvin will preach. At 3 Mt. PUgah AME Church Sunday
1 who died Sunday night, April 20, in an Mrs. John Bawek, Brenda and Paul. Branham Tom Cunningham, Amy cake cobbler biscuit, milk. p.m. there will be a musical program School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11
automobile accident. Friday nightshe' attended the Custer Brian Davis Quinton Ford, Thursday: Sloppy Joe on Bun; presented.The public invied. a.m.Communion Service.
1 ceremony at SL Edward's Catholic Billy Home, Billy Jordan, Terri Ken- French fries cole slaw, fruit Jello Greater Bethlehem FreewW Baptist First Born Church of The Living
*' Church In Starke when her granddaughter nan, Roy Payne, Mark Rhoden and milk. Church Monday 8:30: p.m. Tiny God: Friday 6:30: p.m. Bible Study
Birthdays ,Brenda, was confirmed. Dana Underbill. 7:30 Tarrying Service. Sunday School
Happy Birthday to Judy Alderman Friday Chili w beans garden Tots rehearse 7:30: Senior Choir
Ion 26. Fourth Grade: Shelly Carter, Kelly salad applesauce cinnamon roll rehearses. Prayer Meeting Tuesday 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m.
1 Lisa April Carter celebrated her 16th bir- Hampton Lake D'Augustine, Cassandra Fisher and crackers milk.Bayless 7:30.: Wednesday 7:30: the Circles Evening Worship 6 p.m.
28, by having, Coupon Club ,Mindy Hersey. meet.Blye's Circle meets at the home Free Canaan True Church of God In
thday Saturday/April
Fifth Grade Paul Bawek. Kevin : Each Monday at 7:30: Prayer
I lunch with her and friends at of Mary Parke. Lee's Circle meets at Unity
Ithe Western Steer family Steak House InStadt Mrs. Carolyn Slater hosted I the D'Augustine, Randall CUsson, San- Hwy Baptist the home of Mamie Mitchel. McKay's Band. Tuesday 7:30: choir rehearses.
where she had meeting of the Coupon and Refund dra Melton,Tammy Peeples Frankie Circle meets at the home of Mrs. Wednesday Tarrying Service.Sunday
a birthday
{cakeV Club at her home Saturday April 26. Rahme Kim Smith. Kirk Williams Sets HomecomingSunday Rebecca Allen. Thursday 7:30 Story School 10 a.m. Morning Worship 11
| Lisa went skating at and Justin Wadsworth. May 4 Hour at the church. Friday 8 p.m. the a.m. Evening Worship 6 p.m.
Saturday' night Palace Visitors Sixth Grade Amy Clark, Amy Junior Choir and Junior Ushers American Legion Post 314 will meet
I[the- Skating she shared her decorated'In Gainesville birth- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng visited Williams and Melissa Williams. Revival is in progress at Bayless rehearse. Saturday 6 p.m. monthly Tuesday, May 6, at 8 p.m. in the an-
where friends. Joyce Meng and Carlton Meng In Seventh Grade Tracy Baez, Billy Highway Baptist Church thru Friday Sunday School teachers meeting.Sun- nex of New Bethel Baptist Church.All
|day Lonnie take with celebrated his 74th Jacksonville on Friday.Mr Bauldree Brenda Bawek Robyn May 2. 7:30: p.m. nightly. day School 9:30. Morning Worship 11 members are asked to be present.
I Melton and Mrs. Randy Scoggln and Brown, Kenny Crawford Donna Dor- Also,Homecoming will be held Sun- a.m.Dinner 12:30. Evening Worship 6 Notice The annual NAACP Ban-
birthday on April 25. her April spent from Thursday to Sunday mlney Marie Innocent Timothy day, May 4, with dinner on the quet will be held May 24 in the
celebrated
(} Marcie Carpenter with Mr. and Mrs. David Wanner In Leith, Elizabeth Payne, Stephanie grounds', singing by the Frampton p.m.Deliverance Miracle Revival cafeteria of RJE. The speaker will be
(7th-birthday April and 25 with a friends party Orlando.. Redding Elizabeth Ryan and Becky Family of Starke. Center Everyone is Invited to attend Judge Stephen Mickle of Gainesville.
I where her family some Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meng visited Young. The pastor Rev. David Medeiros services beginning with Sunday Everyone la invited.
were!present.Wadsworth celebrated his 12th her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Wildon Among those listed as having.. and the church family cordially invite School at 10 a.m. Morning Worship
r Jotiy
I at the Stinson, In Monteverde over the perfect attendance are: all former pastors and church 11:30.: Evening Worship 7:30.: Lulu Homecoming Day
26
birthday on April by dining
Seafood Restaurant in weekend. Third grade: Billy Home,.Jimmy. members. Mt. Morlah United Methodist
( West Coast Saturday 3
May
Long and Polly Woods. Church: Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
I.: Communion Service 11 a.m. Lulu Homecoming Day will be held
Pleasant Grove United Methodist this Saturday, May 3, beginning at 9
Church Sunday School 10 a.m. Com- a.m. until dusk at the Lulu Com-
munion Service 3 p.m. munity Center the former Lulu
New Bethel Baptist Church: Prayer School.
We 1 1 Meeting each Wednesday 7 p.m. Fri-
e P1 1 2_ day May 2, the pastor and congregation All present residents and former
4 .1m 0%0 will conduct services for Elder residents or their descendants are
Sampson White. invited to come for a day of visiting
May 9th the pastor and congregation and talking "about the good ole
will motor to Jacksonville to days." Especially invited are all
fellowship with Rev. J.J. Jones and former teachers at the Lulu School.
congregation at Antioch Baptist
Church. Services will begin at 7:30.: There will be lots of entertainmentand
All member are asked to Journeywith refreshments. Paper goods will
fliepig"d us.Saturday. be furnished but everyone Is askedto
May 10,all members are bring a basket lunch and their
asked to meet at 8 p.m.at New Bethel lawn chairs.If .
for quarterly business meeting. you need more information
Ebeiener Baptist Church Mt. Siani please call Pete Croft <904> 752-3250
Women Convention will begin Thursday or Carol Horne (904) 752-0310.
night. May 13, with a local pro Everyone welcome.
gram. Song service will be by the



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PageR A TELEGRAPII May 1,1980

Starke Elementary School News
St. Edward's Church Holds ConfirmationThe

Our school Is proud to have 14 the Bradford Union Vocational We would like to thank the Vo-Tech Bowen, Brad Green Gerald Holt,
students on the A honor roll this fifth Technical School on April 23. for letting us visit, and Diane Brian Barton Chris Robinson,Kelley Most Reverend John J.Snyder, During Offertory time members of
six weeks grading period. They are: The children were guided Westcott for planning our day. Jackson, Tammy Williams, Tara Bishop of St. Augustine, confered the the class presented Bishop Snyder
1st grade Jill Williams and Jeffrey throughout the various schools of the The first grade classes took a field Marchant, Barbara Mosley, Nanette Sacrament of Confirmation at St. Ed- with seven symbolic gifts represen-
Hester. Vo-Tech: and took part in the In- trip to the Jacksonville Zoo on Thurs. Perry. Kim Sapp, Donna Younts, ward's Friday evening, April 23. ting the seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit
2nd grade Eric Walton, Tommy dividual classes.In day. April 24. They visited the Maria Thomas, Sharon Carter, .n the form of a crucifix, rosary can,
Balkcom, Freddy Cain, Alisha Mann- the Horticulture Dept. the. animals rode the train,and enjoyed a Laurel Alvarez and Cindy; Parado. Rev.Father Martin Jung welcomedthe die,Bible. key, ring and an American.
Ing, Scott Allen, Steven Thornton and children were instructed on potting! picnic lunch. We wish our team lots of luck and Bishop and presented the follow flag.
Noy Srivibul. plants. Each child potted his own Parents attending from Mrs.Johns' know they will represent our school ing candidates for Confirmation: Offertory gifts used at the'Mass
3rd grade Audra Brantley, Mit- plant.! The children viewed Insects room were Mrs. Lancaster Mrs well! Rebecca Anderson, Brenda Bawek: were presented by Kathryn Brady
chell Gray and Shawna Blom. harmful to plants under the Barber, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Williams The library will have a book sale on Tina Bowen, Kathryn Brady,CllffodBrunetti ; and Douglas Samons. :
4th grade David Thorpe and microscope. A trip through the entire and Mrs. Carver. From Mrs. Nolln's Friday, May 2. The books will be on Michael Brunetti Timmy
Robert Thorpe. greenhouse culminated the horticulture room were Mrs. Coleman, Mrs. Grit sale for 25 cents or less. Gonzalez Karen Kimutis, Michelle Preceeding Confirmation, Bishop
Kathy Taylor celebrates her birthday part of the tour. fin. Mrs. Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. The Exception Ed. classes under Kunutis. Paul Kiah, Thomas Parker, Snyder was Honored at dinner along
this month in Mrs. Winkler's In the Cooking School each child Welch and Mrs. Stevens From Mrs. the supervision of Mrs.Long and Mrs. Diana !Phillips Kenneth Plemons, with visiting priests in the parish rec
class. decorated his or her own cupcake Wainwright and Mrs. Admas' room Randolph, had a delightful walk along Janet Powell, John Powell, Thomas tory. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pernlni
These 3rd grade students studied under the supervision of the cooking were Mrs. Wheeler, Mrs. Demps and the nature trail behind Vo-Tech Friday Powell Becky Ryder, Douglas prepared and served the dinner,
hard to make 100 percent in Spelling students. Mrs. Henderson. From Mrs. Patrya's April 25. This nature trip was Samons, Dawn Schoening, James tn
from Mrs. Betty Crawford's The Learning Lab demonstrated its room were Mrs. Williams, Mrs. King, undertaken in preparation for the upcoming Schoenlng and Lenore Welty. .
Language Arts class: Audra various functions and planned a Mrs. Daniels. Ms. Thomas and Mrs. camping trip to Cherry Lake. Confirmation Reception *',
Brantley, Julianne Jackson, Ter- special art activity for the children. Murray. They explored the trail and the pond. Mass was concelebrated by Bishop
ricena Kittles, Laura Stills, Selena In the Sewing Dept. each child sew- Second grade classes of our school Much was observed. Snyder, Father Jung Rev. Father Following the Confirmation' Mass
Norman and Anita Jackson. ed several lines of stitchings on the enjoyed a most delightful day at A special thanks to Mr. Charles Michael Williams of It. Williams' in those confirmed, along with their
sewing machines. Then the sewing Silver Springs on Friday April 25. Francis for taking time out to accom- Keystone Heights and Rev. Father sponsors, their families Bishop
Field Trips school presented each child with a The children and adults enjoyed pany the group and for making the John Dux of St. Madeleine's In High Snyder and visiting priests; were
pillow.The. both the Jungle Cruise and Glass- trip a success. The group would also Springs. Tom Willis, a Seminarianfrom honored at a reception held in the. ,
The Kindergarten classes visited Masonry instructor helped the Bottom Boat rides. They fed the deer like to thank the aides, Mrs. Hewett, St. Augustine,served as Masterof parish hall. '
children construct a brick wall. in the Deer Park and saw the snakesat Mrs. Alston and parent volunteer, Ceremonies. Tables were covered with yellow
The Carpentry instructor Reptile Island. A picnic lunch was for assisting on the trip. Todd Parker was Alter Server at cloths. The head table held a flower
Homecoming and demonstrated to the students the procedure enjoyed by all. Upon leaving the nature trail, the the Mass. Donna Samons was the arrangement of white mums and red
Revival At Madison St for using hammer and nails. Parents attending from Mrs. Griffis group Journeyed on to the bus barn organist. Lectors were Janet Powell, carnations. The refreshment table
Then the children were allowed to trya and Mrs. Jenkins' room were Mrs. where they observed the buses, and Timmy Gonzalez and Brenda Bawek. was centered by a triple silver
Madison Street Baptist Church will hand at hammering.In Reichert, Mrs. Carrol and Mrs. toured the mechanic area. Then on to Mrs. Michael Brunetti assisted in candelabra. The table also held two
hold the auto-mechanics school, the Davis.. From Mrs. Gay's room were the Middle School to the class of Ms. preparing those Confirmed and was decorated cakes, cookies, sand-
Sunday 4.
May
Homecoming on children viewed all the types of Mr. Woods, Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Gon- Moschella where they saw the new In charge of arrangements for the wiches, mints and nuts. Punch was
in the llam. service Rev.
Beginning automobiles.The zalez. From Mrs. Vallenga and Ms. born baby chicks. Ceremony, assisted by Mrs. Gerri served from an adjoining table.
Dale Patterson of Picayne, Mississippi children walked through the Moxley's room were Mrs. Thomas Menu May 5.9Monday Phillips. Donna Samons and Michael The Altar Society hosted the recep-
will begin Revival Services Bro. Business Dept. where they were given and Mrs. Leggett. From Mrs. Dazinskl were in charge of decora- tion and provided laminated prayer
Eddie Blalock, pastor of New Oak "fun booklets", and observed the : Barbecue on bun, French
Winkler's room were Mrs. Crawford tions. Mrs. John Samons did the printing cards to those confirmed as a memento -
Grove Baptist Church, of Alachua, various business machines. and Mrs. Covington. From Mrs. fries, green lima beans, V4 orange, for the affair.Bradford of the occasion..
will be the music Evangelist. Dinner The Drafting Dept. demonstratedhow Tetstone's room were Mrs. Balkcom, milk.
will be served Immediately followingthe houses are designed.At Mrs. Clark and volunteer Ms. Tuesday Pig-in-the blanket, baked
morning service. the Cosmotology Dept the Samons. beans, carrot & raisin salad, applesauce '
Sunday evening, May 4, Revival children gave each other facials, rolled The bus drivers accompanying our peanut butter cookie, milk. County- Kindergarten Registration-----
service will begin at 7 m. Monday washed, sprayed and dried hair. trip were Mrs. Whitehead Mrs. Mat- Wednesdays Spaghetti w meat
p sauce, cheese stix,tossed salad apple All children who will be 5 years of tend, please call the Bradford County
,
Friday, May 5.9, services will beginat The day was a complete success. lox and Mrs. Ellington. crisp, French bread, milk. age on or before Dec. I,1980,are to be School Board at 964- 800. 2)) Make an
7:30 p.m. Special music with singing Most improved students this past Thursday! Pinto beans on rice, registered for kindergarten during appointment with the Bradford County
groups from other churches will six weeks grading period from Mrs. spiced ham sandwich, cabbage slaw, the period of May 5 thru May 9 from 8 Health Department for a physical
be a special part of each evening ser Government Surplus Tetstone's room were Kenny DeSue, strawberry shortcake, milk. a.m. to 4 p.m. at Brooker Elem., ((964-7732). Physical examinationsmay
vice. Throughout the week there will Auction 14 Scott Allen, Eric Watton, Monique Friday Macaroni cheese, green Hampton Elem., Lawtey Elem., be obtained from your personal
be special times of fellowship. Tues- May Banks,John Burch, Jr., and Jennifer beans, sweet potatoes, pears, biscuit Southside Elem., and Starke Elem. physican. 3)) Return completed
day, May 6, at 6:15: p.m. will be a More than 200 items of Government Williams. Mrs. Tetstone very proudof w peanut butter Jelly cup milk. For the convenience of working registration form with verification of
Welcome supper. Wednesday, May 7, surplus will be auctioned May 14, by these students for working harder parents, there will be registration physical examination, shot record
will be a "JOY"Brunch at 10 a m. for the Defense Property Disposal Officeof this period.The in front of Eckerd Drugs and birth certificate (or proof of
T.G.&Y..
all Sr. Adults. Thursday, May 8, will Jacksonville. Among the items to annual Softball tournament will Gospel Sing and at the Bradford Square birth) to the elementary school your
be"Youth Night"with a Pizza Supperfor be sold are office, photograph, be held at Brooker Elementary this Set at Civic CenterIn Shopping Center on Saturday, May 10 child will be attending.
all the youth after the service. restaurant and medical equipment, Friday, May 2. The fourth grade Raiford. May 3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p:m. The Bradford County School Board
televisions, clothing, dollies, hand students chosen to play are Mark urges parents and guardians to
There will be
a nursery provided for tools, fishing boats, pool table, kiln, Marshall, Chad Reddish, Alonzo There will be a Gospel Sing and Parents or guardians should follow register their children within these
all services. Rev. Robert Gillis, vehicles and a horse trailer. Williams, Richie Barnes, Kenny Bar-B-Que, sponsored by the Fla. & "Jie following procedure: 1) Pick up a dates so that plans can be made and
pastor extends a warm welcome to The Taylor, Janet Kennedy, Lisa Kennedy Ga. Gospel Singing Asso., in the Civic
auction will begin at 8:30: a.m. registration form at the elementary classes set up for your child In orderto
the community to join us in our at the Disposal Yard 2 miles south of ,Stephanie Rigby,Felecia Davis Center in Raiford, May 3, beginningat school that your child will be atten- make the transition of starting to
Homecoming service Dinner on the the main gate at Jacksonville Naval and Esther Martin. 2 P.M. until?? ding. If there Is a question as to what school for the first time easier and
grounds, and all of our Revival Ser- Air Station. Registration will begin at The 5th grade team members are Featured will be The Kingdom- school district your child should at- more enjoyable.
vices throughout the week. 7:30: a.m. The items may be inspected Chuck Coburn, Steve Jones, Loat Heirs from Macclenny, The !New
between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. weekdays Srivibul, Jessie Simmons, James Jerusalem Singers from Lake City,
beginning May 7. Johnson, Justin Williams, Stacy The Way-aiders from Jacksonville, St Edwards Church Hall
Card of ThanksThe The Rev. Love Family from Starke
and many others. The Sing and Bar-b- BINGOEvery
family of the late Mr. Percy que are free. The master of
Covington acknowledges with Christ ceremonies will be Joe Brooks. A love 7:00 P.M.
grateful appreciation the cards, offering will be received. Everyone Is Saturday : .
telegrams, flowers, food and other ex- Lutheran Invited to attend. 411 N Temple Ave Starke. Fla
pressions of love and sympathy. Church

ltpd 5/1 SUNDAY SCHOOL & BIBLE CLASS

6 P.M. NOTICE

Memorial Services Set WORSHIP .I .. .. . .
SERVICE 7 P.M. '' F- . .? r
Memorial Griffis
services for Earl ,
presumably drowned at sea March 23, Keystone Lions Club
will be held Sunday, May 4, at 2 p.m. Keystone Heights' Fla NOTICE AND APPLICATION FOR
in the Pine Level Baptist Church. Call 473.4177 9 to 5
Rev. Roman Alvarez will performthe p.m.

memorial services. 473-2007 After 5pm ALTERNATIVE PAYMENT OF 1980 .


REAL ESTATE TAXES BY INSTALLMENT ;




Section 197.013, F.S. allows an alternative plan for payment of rail estate taxes. A taxpayer
ARf who elects to pay taxes by the installment method shall make payment bated upon an eitl-
mated tax which shall be equal to the actual !axis levied upon the property In the preceding


%% i year THE PAYMENT SCHEDULE SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:

% First Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 6%. Pay
i mint shall be made not later than June 30, 1980. A taxpayer
Coca Cola N
must make the first Installment payment In order to participate N
In this plan.

/ Mello Yello O Second Installment Payment One quarter of the total Estimated taxes discounted 4'/j%. Pay- O

t tr mint shall be made not later than September 30, 198O.

Smoked rhi R.C.Cola C T Third Installment Payment One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any T
adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability
Tax a Dep. I discounted 3%! Payment shall be made not later than De
Picnic Nam yLB. 1 c.mber 31, 1980. I

Whole or Sliced c Fourth Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one-half of any
adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability. C
No discount Payment shall be mad. not later than March 31 ,

E 1981. E


: If you have not received an application to pay 1980 taxes by Installment and It i is
Lettuceyz1( :,,/i: your' Intent to exercise your rights under this law, then pleat complete the application

Fresh ,: \i.-4" !. below and mail or file with your county tax collector prior to June I 1980.
;' ..." The absolute deadline for Minj the application is May 31 Any application filed
rl,j after May 31 will not be considered. The postmark on applications mailed to the

Boston Butt 99c ."i" tax collector shall determine if the application was mailed timely. Additional ap
plication for.ns may be obtained from the tax collector's office as listed below:

whole or Sliced C le, '" ,/ Mail completed application to: J. R KELLY Tax Collector

9 9 QHeads P. O. DRAWER 969

LB STARKE Fl. 32091

Cabbagei'99 ------ ---- ----_ _______ DKTACH. ___ __ ____ _____ __ __ ___
Smoked IF YOU DESIRE TO PAY 1980 TAXES BY INSTALLMENT PLEASE SIGN, DATE COMPLETE PROPERTY'
IDENTIFICATION NO. AND RETURN THIS APPLICATIOf4 TO YOUR COUNTY TAX COLLECTOq RIOR
TO JUNE 1,1980. UPON RECEIPT THE TAX COLLECTOR SHALL MAIL YOUR FIRST NOTICE
OF r'AY-
Bacon Ga. Red MENT DUE' WITH INSTRUCTIONS. IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED YOUR FIRST NOTICE BY JUNE 15,
1980. CONTACT THE TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE ,

\ 3-180zCans C _J I TO BE COMPLETED BY TAXPAYER I :
99
Tomatoes I hereby make. application toparticipate 'In the InstallProperty I. D. ****, .
m.nt payment plan for the 1980 tax .
990 year. Legal Description as It Appears on the 1979 Tax No ;
.
tice Receipt .'

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LB. Schlitz 1 ot. I
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99

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3- 16 Oz. Cans 99 Foamy Dish 32 o ar
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... A taxpayer must make the first Installment payment not 'later than June. 30 In order '

. I Pork & Beans $;&; 99C 99 (: Any installment,taxpayer,In,who the fails'Installment to make payment a subsequent pun Installment' Instead such payniant fMpayer on time shall shall be required not be to required participate to ,In discontinue, this' plan ?
3 Detergent remit with his
.... .,, ., an amount equal to the current Installmou amount plus any Installment amount next .t
Green Beans unpaid. The applicable discount rate for the current Installment shall be applied) due but 'J
........ .3. 160z. ...Can.I !! .. QQC and past due Installment payment amounts. against' the sun of the CurrentZ
Nothing shell preclude a taxpayer for the Installment
.1
method of
Lard 2Purs one or more 'Installment payments from discontinuing his payment or who has made
.
participation In
.... ........ ....... .. ;:......."...... gg .of the taxpaytr's taxes shell be due and payable as provided by law. Such plan. In such event the remainder

*If-you--have-"- any questions: ,.p/ear contact the Tax .Collector's DETACH Office.at the' _'ollow'nlac.tlonCI___' _(____')) ..___----

( LOTT'S COUNTRY CORNER A........ J. KELLY TAX COLLECTOR
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Lawtey News T J 11 11 Ii 11 I I
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I Terry Mrs. Doris Harrison of Jacksonville Mrs. Lucille T. Ivey went in Riverside Mr.and Mrs. Mike Sykes and'their Mr. and Mrs. Mike Dobbs, of their Blsler-ln-law, Mrs: Henry Smith
phone
782-3300. and her sister, Miss Evelyn Hospital, Jacksonville, on Sunday daughter Crissy, Miss Julia Crouse, Raiford visited their parents Mr.and and daughter Mrs. Jim Lamonte and
I Henry of Starke visited their aunt. ; for.surgery.Out;prayers are with, and Kevin Newsom, of Jacksonville, Mrs. Bill Dobbs and daughter Chris, son Troy.
a Cbucch Activities:: Mrs. Q.Ji Anders on Thursday. her. their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and on Mr. and Mrs. Norman Starling, of
I Church of God: Sunday School'10 Mrs. Hubert Priest is scheduled to Mrs.,Carl McKinley, were !guests of Henry Hodges and sons Hank and Lakeland spent the weekend with
.,1J1,,.Wpron'P' 11 a.m. and ( p.m. enter Riverside Hospital, Jackson Julius Eunice, of Starke, was a their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mark and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas their brother and sister-in-law, Mr.
r meeting and >PE 7:30: p.m. ville on April 29th and have surgeryon Saturday dinner guest of his parents.Mr. Crouse and family on Sunday. The occasion Smith and daughter Debbie, of and Mrs. Fleam Starling
J!! ( night. April 30th. She would appreciatethe and Mrs. Harold Eunice. was a birthday party for their Kingsley Lake, attended the Stock Mrs. D.O. Brown and her daughter.
f.fm B Pttsti Sunday School prayers of all her friends. Mrs. Maggie Hodges, of Macclenny son Bill Crouse. Car Races In Lake City Speedway on Shawna spent the weekend with her
Km.Worshlp 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Is spending sometime with her son-in- Mrs. Wilma Wainwright visited her Saturday night. two sisters, Mrs. Harry Walker and
Jmyw. laeetmg Wednesday at T:30 Billy Anders Jr., Scottie and law and daughter,Mr.and Mrs. Mor- brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Max Newport, of Mrs. Walter Lott of Douglas, Ga.
Michael Anders were Friday overnight ris Kelly. Mrs. Al Persor, of Lake Asbury, on Orange Park were Monday dinner Ind.
| Faith Baptist: Bible School 10 a.m. guests of ,their father Bill Mrs Ruby Gayno, of Ocala, spent Saturday.Mrs. guests of Mr.and Mrs.Les McClellan. hsbyplaneSarrayaf to
Bytyftrtiip\ 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Anders Sr.. of Starke. last weekend with her aunts, Mrs C.R. Crews spent two weeks Mr. and Mrs. Arle Blevins, of visit and
Wednesday at 7'30: p.m. We are happy to report that Mr. Rossie Reddish and Mrs. Flossie with her son-in-law and daughter'! Mr. Lenox, Ga., were Sunday dinner her Mother, Mrs. Henry Smith.
f The church will have their 30th An- Thurston Eliaor,' of Mlddleburg, Rosier; and all of them attended the"50th and Mrs. Tommy Clayton and son guests of their mother, Mrs. R.H. Mr. and Mn. Larry Carter, of
IjiYersary Revival May 34. Elder (Mrs. Virginia ,Battles' father) was wedding anniversary of Mr. and Tom, of Jacksonville Futch, and their brother-in-law and Tallahassee visited their aunt Miss
ICecO>Lawrence< of Oakdale, Loutsian- able to return home from Mrs. Ruby Barber and and Mrs. Obed Pauley.
Clay Mrs.Darby Gaskins at Heilbronn Springs nephew sister, Mr. Elizabeth Terry, Sunday afternoon
MmBreach.: !\ Friday and Saturday 7 Memorial Hospital of Green Cove Recreation Hall\, on Sunday Goldle Barber, of Orange Lake, spent Mr.and Mrs. George Smith and Mr. while on their way home from
IpW: and 11 am. and 2:43: p.m.ISUficfey Springs this week. afternoon. Sunday afternoon with Mr and Mrs. and Mrs. Gaston Smith of Jackson- Jacksonville Beach over the
12 pm. Arlle Dobbs. ville, were Saturday supper guests of weekend.
I First Baptist: Sunday School: t:45:
a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and

[7:30 Prayer: p;m.Meeting Training Wednesday Union 6:30 7:30 p.m.p.m. ECKERD FREEZES PRICES FOR A (MINIMUM OF 60 DAYS ECKERD'S TWICE THE FAMOUS PRINTS PHOTO OFFER TWICE THE FILM

.highland! Baptist: Sunday School ON ALL PRIISCRIP'.ONS.' ALL VITAMINS,ALL CCKCHD AND WE'RE CHALLENGING ALL OUR SUPPLIERS TO JOIN 1 MI ol of color print or Get for the two price rollsol'one print Him
93-a.m. Worship 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. LABEL PRODUCTS,ALL PRESCRIPTION EYEGLASSES.Yes THE FIGHT, ; "Freeze your prices to us on any Item we sell and we will I print film 99 Kodacolor or black and
layer. Meeting Wednesday.at 7:30: we're freezing our regular prices on all the Items above Our voluntary Inlla'reen' the regular retail price to our customers Not just for 60 days, but and printed... I white,when you have your
tion-lighting Is In effect through May 21 and we will not raise these 'for as long as you hold the price"PEOPLETRUSTECKERD'SFOR i&wxtrr EVERYDAY. film processed
.W:aura! ;/Baptistt Sunday School 9:45: prices. even tough our costs are going up. If ws can sell for less we will., Eclierd TODAY AND;

a,m. Worship 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. ,."..... TWICETHEOUARANTEEEVERYDAVBuy
only prints you want No hassle even If the
grayer:; Reeling Wednesday at 7:30: i jtt\ QUALITY PRESCRIPTION SERVICE AT LOW LOW PRICES goof was In the picture taking.

P'L.ng? Bridge Baptist: Sunday .,.

l 10) a.m. Worship 11 and 7 I ', jl Iw r .
phqol a.m. ., \ 1Zi1ll' V. ;iY." \@-; I;)lt -' .,
,,m,.:Prayer: Meeting Wednesday 7pt1i i4s r,'> ': //iI p1r r f TYLENOL 11 I"" \ I-fi"'ira'" 1 < s i .r'f.7...::. im
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,..,Morgan Road Baptist Sunday 1" PAIN RELIEVER r= 1k. ; VINYL STRAP

pm., (iooI1Q Training> a.m. Worship Union 6pm.11 a.m Prayer. and 7 Nr I SCHICK PLUS PLATT "tm-"WI'Il' .4 59' Botttoof non I asplrn I 100 LIMIT tablets.', 1 : ;; LAWN I FURNITURE lightweight aluminum' II'f!

tweeting.Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. u RAZOR BLADES SH-/ back. Both ,
Northslde Baptist: Sunday School _
DI-GEL t
Double (
iy.tm.Worshlp: : 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. I edge with CHAIR REG. $1999
teflon coating LIMIT 1 LIQUID ANTACID IDIGEHSURE I. .
Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. ;
,relieves
Schick09 liquid
Smyrna Missionary Baptist: Sun- j1 ... 'I upset stomach. :-:: 1588 I' ;

day School 10 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. ... LIMIT 1 1\ti ,;
PACK/29/ ' "
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and 7pm. Prayer Meeting Wednes .\ '11"
day at 7:30: p.m. "i CHAISE + '
1" __ Y J AEG$32.99
Grace; United Methodist: Church .
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$ hb9J'g:3O! ': a.m. Early Church 10:30a ; ANTI-PERSPIRANT

mvWorship 11 a.m. UMYF 8 p.m.Ttt&sdgy Wi:. I .". 2.5'01.aerosol II' 2588 .'''fif. .
89 ; .
Regular or unscented I
Orchestra Practice
7pm.
Wednesday Adult Choir and Little % I .LIMIT" 1 I t1h/.,!!;
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: 11
Cht Singers 7 p.m. Bible Glean- I. k (\ r-I-: i);K
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ps,8p.m.( [ WIND SONG ::
1' The "Singers of Heart" and the 1"1ECKERD. ''
TOOTHPASTE I :
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SPRAYCOLOGNE4an
minister! Rev. Don Love have just .:
7-oz.lube.with !:t
cdrhpleted a revival at Wnr1'IgtonSprings' !! 'r By Prince Matchabelll ,
o.;
a fluoride. LIMIT 1 1.1-oz. natural spray r
'and St. John's Methodist i REG. $6.25 LIMIT 1 K10
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churches. The theme of their 'ro; .
revivalsare 'i <1
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DE' Ell;
V8in8 to church is fun". This 7.; c 6ge .0 .1....._ .if' Mm"".j
becamea; true happening this past @ fLVQ.- VIDAL SASSOON ri I

Week-: 1\\J; ... SKIN TREATMENT z'-. ttJ PEDESTAL !
- -Nexftaturday, the men and ladies (;!' ;.0' 21J *% 3-oz lotion, -oz. ( ff/! IGLOO Ii i
.the1. church; will be undertaking the I! J"9* cream or rinse. :f'x PLAYMATE HIBACHI II'M
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the sidewalk from the YOUR CHOIQE. Cast Iron si
pouring'of noss COOLER construction, ,
K CHEST ,
LIMIT 1 EA. '!\:
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Church (o the Fellowship Hall. The multi-position grid,
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n.1 Holds
% ta.
12-oz.c.nawllhlce. .
funds'for this project were initiatedby fN'fJ. b!1: Push button lid. adjustable drafts
Mrs. Mabel Wainwright/ by receipt VASELINEINTENSIVE I' VIDALSASSOONSHAMPOO i REQ. $15.99 REQ. $17.99 CRY

from her crocheting projects for the : Ir.r ) ''.1II
Lord. Please come and help if you can CARE For beautiful hair,8-02, 1288 1288
on May.3. II(V g! LOTION 11O bottle LIMIT 1BRACK'S t
Saturday evening at 7.30: p.m.., the n Jlq l.
"Singers of Heart"' will be Joining the. 10ozregular type r'-$
Heirs and other at fordrY skin. LIMIT 1 I I .btwUaa1a4 'lei jt'J.f w 4V 1' + .at4 r1r
Kingdom > '
the Raiford Community Center groups for a 1lI 89'; 7 ,j/j aN:it, t ', +.x'RrraAtatluri.Y{ ''W :"

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Gospel Sing There will be a barbecue KODAK PR-10
supper before the singing. Public In- .I ijlr BAGGED CANDY
vjted- r r Orange slices or PRINT FILM

{The UMW Is Inviting everyone to J ; 2poundbag. Enjoy 10 color perfect
tqe$ church next Sunday evening at REQ 99' LIMIT' 2 DECORATOR. prints with satlnluxe
:i\ finish. ,
7'30 p.m. for their "Prayer and Selfvi" r.; : ) I .

service. AU who would like to MINUTE MAID fl 79"COFFEE 629
attend are urged to do so. i I!
{Those who attended the "PrayerDynamics" LEMONADEDRINK
workshop with Terri :
ADULT SIZE DECORATIVE
Oglesby reported a very worthwhile '
evening and good Christian fellowship Makes FILTERS a LIFE VEST OIL LAMP
In' Jacksonville. I quarts J Choose Mr Coffee or I Nyloncoverwlthstsln. Decoratlveandu.eluljullt
fresh tasting I 1 =
.Meetings of note: Stout Ladies meet 3J" 188 lemonade f A.. ; fLa, Norelco fillers less steel hardware ( fill with your 'favorite
t Pack of 100 \REQ: 9V!
Monday evening at 7:30: p.m. in the REG. $239 AK-1 REG. $5.99 scented oil. REQ. $5.99

Fellowship Hall. The Bible study will ;, LIMIT 1 S. 3' 59' Q99NOROACH
be held at the parsonage again this s r, 488"ff.

Friday evening at 7:30: p.m. Choir !I.j;! >1't lO'a 7
practice and Bible Gleanings startinga i\ >

|7 p.m. and B p.m. respectively. \ WOODEN
Those: who cannot attend the PLANTERS'' INSECTICIDE LADDER

regular services and would like a tape 9. DRY ROASTED Kills most crawling t Full 3-ln.steps and side
ot the minister's sermons/messages, .
Itl Insects S-OI.lIquld. If/as rail Utility shelf
please call him and ask for the tapes. ,. ALMONDS REG. $1.39 skcMls Mrs REG. $23.99
We: will have available tapes of &ii\\\. No.ugarorol'.dded.' r
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previous studies, especially on the gg 17
'f..: 7.5.01. Jar. REQ. $2 69
Body. Soul and Spirit", some onroptlery LIMIT 1
" !? : For Our Age" and of thee "1 HARDSIDE TLJTLISSff
tir41; New Testament. This is almond LUGGAGE LYSOL QUICKIESPONGE
especially helpful to people who cannot 'I
177 Attractively styled with vinyl covering, BOWL CLEANER MOP
of
read for any length known time. I' comfort I handle Choose Pecan or Qold Disinfects as cleans, Stiff Just rinse,push the
Please-rpake your request as
handle and It wrings Itself,
12-INCH 21-INCH 28-INCH 16-oz plastic bottle
this is for all. Tapes of the"Singers of fi1. l' automatically, REG. $599
: REQ 99EA LIMIT 2
These -
Hearf' iII be forthcoming. .
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will mainly on cassette tapes. gOO -$1.$2FOR//M 00 388. 't I

liawteyElementary: News: AJAX 1 REQ,$11.99 REQ I
A.B Honor roll from Mrs. Gclden's ; 1 "'
5/pth grade class: Tasher Allen Karl HOUSEHOLD M I J i f!. 1fm .

Fishburp. Kim Gowens, Timmy I''ti CLEANSER HIGH VELOCITY din:
Srnlt1r-i rid Reggie Johnson. l Bleaches out tough stains Va H.P. FLEXLINE, NELSON BETA RAIN AIR CIRCULATOR }

We etl l have some yearbooks at the nW 14-oz can.REG.44'EA.LIMITS TRIMMER LAWN. {
SC f100lof ice. It you would like to,purchase u 18-INCH FAN
'9.t, please send$3.25 In cash ormllke..iJlecks >>;A 00RENUZIT s Z Easy around handle trees,shrubs,trims and SPRINKLER Powerlul.v.rlStlle.ableor :.t.:,
payable to Lawtey planters Uses mono line full or part 01 86-tt. floor us*. Can be used In ,
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Efemeritary School. ':'3 F R REQ $19 95 diameter circle. conjunction with air >\
Students In grades K-3 enjoyed :v4 h Snap connector conditioning to circulate
f/t/!' 88 REG. $9.95 cooled air. REG. $79.99
"Anything Goes Day" with balloon 16 ?}
burst, potato race and other events In r 11 788
the afternoon. We wish to thank the 6688
parents who helped us with theseev
nts. Remember Field Day will be I::4 .(

Friday, May 16th. AIR GRAN PRIX
) ... PORTABLE
We have 21 more days of school!! i ] utit %11x50' II
FRESHENER
RADIO .
| MENU .
6-oz.solid assorted '"- 22 GALLON GARDEN HOSE
!MAY tea RI AM/FM Police/Aircraft
Mouliyr Chicken 4 noodle. buttered. great t fragrances. LIMIT 3 ', TRASH CAN Durable,flexible Weather. Batteries not ")
.applesauce biscuit *peanut butter milkTlndiyi ert Rubber Vinyl with : Included
pra INI gslulit Fit tight lid prevents MODEL AP21S :
PI.... cola slew french bleb.cMpolate aJ)1 3 00 accidental spills, brass fittings REG. $24.99 !Y'
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ilnndm pudding,Pork milk a rIM.green teiM,null. ,cup. REQ $799 REQ $999 (n.. {
biKlilubiiiwr, i O' '. '99 19"COSMO am
liiinferi mintbuttered ricm.candied I ,. Lb C88BURGESS 11 I
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yirdi, combrMd* Duller. ..... milk. rt
t'}.W.pS barbecued chicken on bun.reach. arise., .
bulfcred. torn,apple crisp milk. :.. DIGITAL
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Personals: ALARM CLOCK

J'fIr. and Mrs. Edward Roberts and "1' LEPAGE'S ...... -- LIQUID Lighted easy to read,leaf'type
soil Dusty went to Miami Thursday. >1Irttti ii.LAWN FEEDING FENCE&GRASS numeral' 24-hr.alarm
Nil THRIFT ;
Mr. and TAPE I
mAt
eta visit theirparents systemx
., .'. .',\.".I. SYSTEM EDGER
Mrfc. Stewart Roberts and their son l 500 transparent tape R MODEL F101A "
and daughter-in-law.. Mr. and Mrs. !! In dispenser REQ 65' EA. .. Fertilize and water 1-gallon size kills'" a1 REQ. JI299
Roberts and daughters 11 '!''i < Qffi( v' your lawn at the weeds and grasses t fl-
Randy i\rl\: 3/- 0 0 time. REQ $798 .
Hebther-and Amie and Mr. and Mrs. !' r- ----..i1 same I 988 ;
Uleyse. Roberts. Mr. EdwardRoberibrother 1!i;;" I "- ,-' '.itif REG. $24.95 -film I'F
FOR -.1. 588 tiY :rr.
and iister-ln-lawt I.\\ JW
;, 1688 flI M.Y .
They went fishing in the Keys.The get I

together was to celebrate Mr. and. ,,!! "(.
tin Edward Roberts wedding an- ifj. .. ..j, .. ''' ... :
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nhfersary. Menear wentto f rv. '; 'pt'l j," ;y'jr"o'1( ': 1'4\if.Mnij\!; SIi Mr. and Mrs. Darrell .
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daSghtiV Hlc Tampa sch'and'to Mr.visit spent and their a week.Mrs.oninlawand Mr.Richard:-and,' COLOR REPRINTS'lit : -I"' IBiJ( JL 110D0( '00011@0(!J ( DRUGS

Mi* Hlrftch: returned home wlththemforfa FROM YOUR FAVORITE NEGATIVE I j I I "., ._ charge Y/SA
ThursWllklson Just bring you favorite :. OJ I P1PUlu0( (BlJVB( ( ( J --'
Hlnch's spent
visit. The ; /
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beach., ;5/88C1(: ,color, print, negative. ] SALE PRICES THRU SAT.
MAYS//
dat at the .
, 'lie night welcome, Mr. and" Mrs.j Earl .and order 5 repr ints. ___ OPEN. WE"KDAYS'A.M.tll a
and family (formerly of -I on. Kodak. paper ciuponaBodThruT|>uft M<.I 831 S. Walnut St. Starke Fla.. SUNDAY 10 A.M. Ml 7 P.M.

Baldwinf to our comraunitvv Mr. "',,,,, '" ."". .. ." 8MOPIAItUIOMUAlIITlM.UMITED..
Wilkison Is a patrolman In Starke.
They live In Mrs. Martha Dorfconhotae.

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Chicken Dinners will be served from 12 Noon to 4' P.M. PARADE BEGINS at 11 A.M. at Bradford Square

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i l At Starke' Elementary CafeteriaDinners Only $2.50 and ends at Starke Elementary Cafeteria



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



f STARKE, FLORIDA Farm Bureau Ins. F A L Fruit & Gifts Thomas OH CompanyLife WORTHINGTON WALDO

I'' DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home 301 Liquor A Lounge Cardin Brothers Contractors of Georgia Oasis Lounge
<. Julian and Jeff McRaeKeith' SPRINGS Stallings Corner

; Sunshine Elect & Plumbing Supply Mosely Tire Co. A Friend from Griffis Loop Hitching PostMidFlorida
Gulf
Service
Beauty Salon I Beggs ';', .
.' Florida Pest ControlBill Charles L. Dinkins 301 Quick Stop
Sonny's Real Pit Bar B Q HaulingDoc' Billy & Lou W.InerBobby'

Graudon & Sons A/C & Heat Jimmy Epps Wayne Paint & Body Shop
Bill Powell Real EtateVan' Saw Shop HideawayLeslie .
George Graudon J.E. Hardy Auto Sales Ralph Bryan Real Estate
if Upholstery s Beauty Salon !
Williams Jewelry Medical StaffBradford Archer-Tanner Funeral Home
I, County Hospital .*.. Powell's Dairy Freeze BIOOKERRainbow' Waldo Ace Hardware :
Bradford County Telegraph R.O. Simmons Equipment Co
Owens Joist Starke Truck Plaza Ceramics Waldo Antiquesft
Brier's Gem Jewelry Badcock FurnitureDon Collectibles
Baldwin Chevrolet-Olds Brown Southern Country Kitchen Rainbow's Marine Inc.
Mitchell's Drug Store Brown's. Laundrett
Food 'N Scat Griffis & Sons Fiberglass Whispering Pines Motel Carroll's Grocery
Western Auto Associate Store Tom's Cypress
Koch Drug Store Craft's Salvage & Wrecker Sam Griffis
Merrill EdwardsPauls
301 Auto Parts
Andy Denonn >' Smith Brothers Body Shop Esther S. Hall RAIFORD
Drive In CleanersRoy's Campen Construction
Starke Radiator
Denmark Furniture Company Bradford Square Barber Shop Service Dobb's Amoco ServicePo
& Market
Grocery Baslnger's Orange ShopA
Medl-Car of Bradford
Merle Norman Cosmetics Studio Pinehurst Grocery CountyBill Boy's Grocery
Torode Oil Co. Inc. A J Texaco
lotaln Herres and Barbara
Shell Oil Products Sleepy Hollow Motel Starner Gerald Griffis ConstructionHiLo
Powell Automotive
Edison's Meat Market Rex and Smith
Brown Heat & Air, Inc. Gerald Griffis Construction Mary Grocery ,

Shuford's Chevron ServiceDiane's Leila's Dress Shop Traylor Landscaping Andrea, Bill and Shannon Abrams BALDWIN

Stump's Dept. Store Inc. John and Bobbie Jean Suttles C.W. BostwIck
Beauty Shop Elmer (Buddy) and Margaret Lewis HAMPTON
Starke KOA Baldwin Shopping Center, Inc.-
Campground Hans A. and Teresa Davis
Starke Builder's Carol Baldwin
Supply Mac and Griffin Industries, Inc.
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Goetzman Construction James H. D.D.AD. Truck Lines, Inc. ;
Waters Meat Market Maxie and Kitty Carter McCarthyStuckey' Harrell's WeldingW.R.
Agridite David J. Joseph Company :
:
Joe's Saw Shop J.T. Parrish "Bill" Alderman Car Shredders

Wiley Clark Merritt Williams Insurance Bradford Title ft .:ji:*
Neva FlynnSupervisor Sawyer-Slade Gas Co. "
Banner Auto Service
Abstract CO.LAKE
of ElectionsPat Suzuki of Starke ,
C.H. Nasworthy LAWTEYBen Larry's Grocery **:

& Patsy Welsh Wishbone Fried ChickenPat Garden Acres and Bertha McCulleyA BUTLER :
Everybody's Restaurant :
R.S. Mullins 8 Brenda Farnsworth David Lawson Paint A Body Shop Friend Eugene SnyderS
Larry and Lula Hill

Farmer's Mutual Exchange Tackle Box Verl Best Lawtey Barber & Beauty ft K Food Store Arthur Smith .:.

Andrews Drugs Dr. O.L. HaynesDr. Bowen Pest Control Shoppe James R. Wilson
'verette Braddock. Mayor
Dorothy Alvarez J.E. Denmark Cecelia Terwlllegar Eunice Nursery Hal Maines

Paul Baker Fish Market Real Estate Renee's .
City Blanche TaylorA Josephine Addison, : .
Irene's Beauty Salon Tax Collector I Nell's Florist
Herman Allen Pierce A Hardy. P.A. Friend

Harry Green Auto Parts D.M. Hole Dempsey Motel Wilford Croft, Altman's Amoco

Faulkner's Carter's Radio & T.V.Heath' Property Appraiser James and Elsie Loyd
Acme Hardware & Builders Supply Mrs. Amanda Crosby Realty

Florida Rock Industries Auto Service Lottie Lee Archer, Thompson's Gulf
Teal Tile & Carpet Inc. Holiday Inn Gulf ElectionsJudge
I Flshin': Shack Oral's GarageA Supervisor Jax 1.10 Auto/Truck; Plaza
Starke Print Shop Jordan Ins. Agency Friend A.L. Drlggers

City Barber Shop Best Western Motor Inn Jack Southard Roofing R.A. Driggers, CAINESVILLECocaCola
Robert and Geraldine Anderson
Nelson Real Estate Hardy Salvage Bobby and Gertie McRae Clerk of.Court Botiiing:; Co.
and Frances Battle
Larry
The Office ShopA Carl Hurst Willie L. Mayes Brannen's Gulf Service Hill's Van Service.Inc.

Hurst's Shell Service Florida Bank at Starke Waters Grocery '
Friend Usher Agency Dew-Kat Aviation Inc. ;:

Olin's Mobile Home Sales Louin Redding MAXVILLE Graham Flight Training & Charter
Chief of Police Jimmy Bowen Kay Gainesville Airport

Starke Paint Center Magic Needle Sears Catalog Store Whitley Steel Company Green's Lounge
Bish Bishop, Owner Sopwith Camel Charter Ser
Harris I
301 Gulf GroceryPryor' ,
Hoover Universal Ellington Construction, Inc.
Betty Glisson Owen Joist of Florida, Inc. Place vice
Drow-Tite Crews' Building Supply Gainesville Airport .
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I Ray HopkinsTom Piggly Wiggly Florida Crown .." '
Noegel's Auto Sales PrintingThe Rucker's BarHillandale Latimer's Tire Company J ? ':
& Barbara Casey longchamp Homes
Todie Griffis "
Register Oil & Gas Family Farms Gainesville Neon Signs :j
Hoppy Cassady Flowers by Larry Peggy's Kitchen
Biggs Body Shop & Coin LaundryBob Sea-Vic Tire Center Country Lake Butler Farm Center Jeffcoat Signs
Handy Man Fence Co. and Norma Jean ParrishJACKSONVILLE
Buddy
Autry Gerald A Kay Baillie Thomas Metals Inc. Jim Hall Paints, Inc.
Scott Whitehead Builder
Julia's Florist Inez Batten Spires Store Sonny's. Real Pit Bar B Q :

Jones Craft Shop Morning Sun Health Foods Signal Oil CompanyR Parrish Food Store Gainesville Florist : '

& M Body Shop
Starke Motor Parts Jesse J. & Tarcy Wolbert Bill/ and Dot Behlmer Formers A Dealers Bank Williams SignsMidState

Crown Central Lumber Co. Fay's III Beauty Shop
J.R Kelly Archer Funeral Home Inc.

Tax Collector Bradford Furniture Electrical ContractorsThe
Truby Slade Tractor Industries KEYSTONE HEIGHTS- John Whitehead Sheriff

Sheriff Dolph Reddish 301 South David and Linda Pfenninger. Carroll Insurance People Inc.
Wayne
Vernon ParmenterLoudon'
and Sandra Alvarez Five Winds Lounge George Pringle
Jimmy George and Chickl I Conti
Rivers Hardware & Furniture
Beauty Shop Ideal Laundry .
Norman's Farm Produce A Floriland Realty George Roberts Insurance Inc. Howor'd's
Auto Parts
Seafood Market Mac S. & Adeline Futch Gordon Air Conditioning Ba'd' ln-Hayward AMC-Jeep, Inc.
A HeatingBill Jackson Building SupplyPaul' Jim's Furniture .
Inez GreenMr. Garden Restaurant University City Florist
Ivis and Paul Causey Drive In Cleaner Andrews Drugs
and Mrs. A.J. Costin, Jr. Merita Bread McConnell Drugs
William and DeWitt C. Jones Funeral HomeBuff'
Evelyn Cruce Guaranty Federal Jim Herring Representative
Emmett Akridge
Alligator Creek Ranch
Monk and Thelma Dinkins Garage & Used Cars Savings & loan
Brett & Jerry's Athletic HouseRaster's ORANGE PARK
Goober's Shop & Stock Car 174 Durrance Pump and Supply Co. Cam Aircraft Service, Inc. Western Auto Associates
Stanley and Patty Davis
Bullington's Gift Shop Wilson's FloristCommunity Richard Judy & Maria Shadd's Shell Service

Starke Auto Center Bullington's Photo ShopS Cunningham '
State Bankof Powell Printing
Thomas Auto Parts 8 W Muffler Shop GRAHAMJames
StarkeMr. Evelyn's Lawn Service Crossroads Liquors & Lounge

I! J,R. "Jim" Lawson Thornton A Sons Salvage 473-4590 and Joan Watson
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and Mrs. Richard E. Welty Flower Country
} Lawson's Montgomery Ward 24 Hour Wrecker Service Mooneyham's Heating A A/C Melody and Loyd Stilwell
T.G.ftY. Family Center Allen ft Jane
Unicorn Exercise Studio Rt. 1 Box 477 473-2594 Campbell
: Enes CampanellaHazel
Dr. Harry Gruen i Heights FloridaWE
301 Bargain Center Keystone Texgas "
George Ricks Salvage
Vernon Silcox l SERVICE ALL MAKES Nolan
Barbara's Beauty Salon Union General Hospital
Dale & Barbara Brown Fla. Heat A/C
Pumps-Bryant
Precast
Wiley's
f Gerald's Fina Campen ConstructionJoLu Inter-Medic Health Centers, Inc.
Al Vacuum CleanersNu
Young
:r Mac's Music Shop Motel A .' -1 Sunshine Florist Wishbone Chicken 'j. ,MELROSE:
Waves '
I I. Jackson's Building Supply Mobile Home Park Doyle Varnes Ins. Agency Melrose
t Bill and PROVIDENCEJohnson's
Betty MathewsFayne
Big "A" Auto Parts Ted and Helen Oglesby lyman Green Sunshine Nursery
Grocery' "
and Bernice Bateman
f. Starke Firestone Faulkner Realty F.R.M. Feeds Doyle Varnes Ins.McLeoa"s .
Hayes Electric Tanner:> The members of the Starke
George Roberts Ins.. Inc. Western Steer Family Beauty Shop
Brama Restaurant Steak House Thomas Grocery Club those listed
boas .
Inn of Starker
Holiday Seed.Blelling' McLeod's: Barber Shop I-p' I
Osteen ft Son
Crawford's Phillips 66 BAM Starter & Generator Forsythe PlumbingDavis NAPA Auto Parts f rtiiircoop.ratioiaid urge i
Inc.Best .
s Tire '
Edwards' -
Safety Service "
Sonny's Real Pit Bar BQ Trucking Company '.. Wishes, -. j,. tv 117010 ts give then as sack
W.R. "Bill" Alderman \. HIGHLAND'
Jerry. Sue Karen A j( .
New Method Cleaners Bradford Title & Abstract Co. Buddy Williams 9U.i' Mr. and Mrs. Russell Green. }',,k. Eunice Nursery .f your business IS p"sibl.

! ,. Bradford Square Florist Jimmy Martin Land Clearing In Memory of S.A. Florida Reptile Land .: I''

,:c Crawford Brothers Masonry & Fill Dirt (Pat) Thornton THERESSA. Hazel's Grocery A CRIPPLED CHILD'S

Jerome Johns Oil Co. Judge Elzle S. Sander Al and Marge Carlisle Bobby's Produce '"
F.M. Herndon SMILE MAKESlTILlcWORTHWHllE
Dr. and Mrs. Marches Lewis Timber Co., Inc. Lodge Edwards' Grocery '*
Members of Bradford
H.M. Herndon
Automotive Parts Center .Oewayne and Linda McRae No. 35 F & A.M. 3-T Shop -" ,. :


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J ? Tourneys: ( in Bradford at Santa Fe, ..1.i /.


Lake Cutler; >l keystone GHS in 5-AAA Tourn ys'j' .j


v.: The District 6-AA baseball LAkotutier-Union playoffs open The Tornadoes Bradford High opened play in the District ,,
;' tonight. Thursday,May Ji, at Co..High and 5-AAA baseball tourney Santa Fe against the host Raiders
.1 Keystone.' N"u.y. ) yesterday, Wednesday, May 30. If they won that game the
In Lake Butler. Keystone's 20-3 baseball team (top seeded Tornadoes will meet top-seeded Bnchhols 2Q41. ,Thursday
*with a 16-1 mark against AA teams) goes against'Jasper <2->a afternoon at 4 in the semifinals.,
?in AA) at 8 p.m.'and' Union County ((16-14 and 12in AA) The finals are set for Friday night at 7:30 p.m. +
-v meets Interlachen (9-15 and 6-8) at 7:30: p.m. The winners go The District 5-AAA girls Softball tournament, which !In- ty, '
.,head-to-head for the title Friday at'7:30 p.m. ludes the same teams as the boys event- GHS, Buchholz, w"r qq i1
At KHHS the Lady Indians of Keystone (M and 7-6 In AA) Eastside, Santa Fe Live Oak, and Bradfordopened, ? tt
;and the Lady Tigers of Union (9-0 and'8-4 with six wins in (. Wednesday at Westside Park la Gainesville with the third-
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earning a shot at top-seeded Interlachen. ((10-3 and 8-1) in Frinoon in an opener. If it won that game BHS la due to play top '
",.da. y night's finals la vm. .)4 I seeded Santa Fe today,Thursday April 1,at 4 p.m.for a shot t Jim
r The District v-nnt champs will move on to Region title at Friday's 4 p.m. finals. Grady
games, which they will host Tuesday, May against district Winners of the 5-AAA events will go on to play winners ol C\a
winners from the Jacksonville-Nassau County area. the Marion County district Tuesday night for Region titles.. I
"We're In real good shape (injury-wise) but we don't talce' '
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baeeball favorite Indians. "Nothing's easy now... one slipup
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q t to be anybody's ballgame. "Interlachen's got the record but
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f last dine. I think all three teams are pretty even" football great, was added to Union!
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\ .y,... :.. Tiger Head Coach Ed Davis announc-
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Stephens the second assistant Clark Stoval) Bottle ,

i Sports Calendar I coach named by Davis won allWonLoot. .......... ...... .....s 9 Won-Lost.Grady... .. .. .............5-2 JlmGruenwald
conference honors three times UFERA. .......... .'.55 ERA ...... .. ... ............0.58 Won-L06..74 I
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1974 after a skiing accident again in Walked ... .... ............ ...22 W a..M Walked .. .... ... .. .. .. .... .. ...13BRADFORD !
Thursday. May 1- 1875 and 1876 as a tight end. HMs Against...'... ...... ....... .IT Hits Against. .. ... ... .. .. .. 22 Hits Against. .. ... .. .... .. .. .28 ,
MIDDLE SCHOOL track at BUS (9-11 a.m.) "Jimmy was Just a super athlete, .1 no-hitter 2 one-hitters. no-hitter. Saves '" '' '' .. .. .. .2I
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5: & UNION CO. versus Interlachen ((7:30) Eustis High and was a very versatile J
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;; BRADFORD vs. Buchholz (4 ) If BUS won.Wed. end because they needed somebody of When playoff time comes, and it's now upon us. coaches Grady Bostic. and Jim Gruenwald.
;: District 6-AA girls Softball at KEYSTONE his ability there but I believe if he had jay good pitching is a key.Keystone High'Indians are 20-3 All three are juniors prompting coach Rodney Nelson to ...
:=: stayed at center he would have been and have hopes for a long playoff run thanks not only to say earlier in the year: "I don't know anybody that has a '
:si: KEYSTONE vs. UNION CO. (In.mU'1 an Alt-American." thundering bats but to their aces- pitchers Clark Stovall, better staff of underclassmen."
= District I 5-AAA girls Softball at G.a e Westslde: Stephens has tried but missed out .

f BRADFORD. vs. Santa Fe (4) if BUS. won Wed.. on NFL shots with the Pittsburgh :
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coach Ramoth Andrews before the competing at the district meet qualif- 1 B9.9 third place clocking by Richard : ::4t
meet set a fir* under the Tornados ed for Friday's Region meet In 10 Smith In the 880, and some other real
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) and. behind some stunning performances events. 11181'* tile most events I've surprises. Kenny Bright and Clifford
\ the BUS boys track team ever had a girls team qualify for." Hill scored: points in the pole} vault
almost) upset the favored Bobcats of noted girls coach Grover Howard. after just two weeks of practicing) the
: Buchholx at last week's District "And with just 12 girls on the team... event Kenny Wright qualified T.for
5-AAA track meet in Alachua. That's why I'm so proud of them. No region In the discus, and Curtis Jones
With i multi-event man Barry team I know of could score that many was fifth In the 2-mile cutting his old .
i I Thomas placing (and qualifying for points with 12 girls. Buchholz just had best by nearly 20 aecond8. "

j Region) In five events, their hurdles more guns, it was like a BB .gun Howard credited bait milers Alecia
trio dominating, and Steve Marks against a gattllng gun." Sheffield and Jennifer Nix with cutting
slashing his personal best by half a second The Tornado boys moved 13 Into the bilL.chunks off their personal
In winning the 100 yard dash the Region meet in 12 events. And of the bests. "They've both worked so hard
Tornadoes gave Buchholz all they 18 point-scorers 13 will be back BHS and come so far.',' '' I)J5a.lsls > i-

could handlefinally falling to a coach Ben Moxley pointed out. .
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Ul'>t.lI'1loss when Buchholz runners Thomas scored 22V& points himself, ....... "
b paraded across in first through fourth surely\ high for the day, winning the T..w.wson. "
J place in the 2-mile run, the day's 120 highs ((15.06), taking second in the 14,14. a1Au.os df .1 m.d. :;em.
second-to-last event. It was in the 330 hurdles and launching a PR 20-10 -...-...---.. I
distance events where Buchholz won for second in the long jump, finishing nN..o.4s.o.s..O..r. 100.hf1"-n'eswmos5. ",eel
I the meet, outscoring Bradford 44-9 In third In the high jump, and running a
880 mile and 2-mile. the third mile OVd. I '
i the leg on place relay. '
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The Lady Tornadoes were third Barry, who hopes to cash in on his .,.llnl..%. 01.OHMdJOjSMH.... >ijil( -),..11-'...AUIM,sad)ICOIT ICOnSMS(.M)) Topping Barriers: '
with 71 points, behind Buchholz ((95) multi-event talents at the state high .....!*.4M)KMMV HKOIIT. (MS) HM*.""MAD) Tornado Style t' :..
and Eastside (82), but they too had a school decathlon championships, said ,MUXOTH. (SM) III...... IM) IM tarf 110'' Bradford showed III 1 S '
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shot for second until the very last the extra pressure of districts helped / A &
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event, when Eastside won the mile him.It. V.nH-1000 WHOM(M*) .Ml)OMiT HMHT In the picture above Tornado Barry It i1;,
relay easily to take the runneruptrophy. must have helped Marks too, as (Ills)**.114))cmjuoto IOl Ic( mi,)14. i> Thomas ahead the field In winning y r ",
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he left his old personal best of.10.5 ( ) Snl DAMNVMSUMSMN
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Twin-wins by Marian Puttman, in- behind with the rest of the field in win- ti
). 1150.-(.*>''.1.MSKMASOiwm teamate Danny Hlldebran third, I '
cluding a 38-6% best-ever push in the ning the 100 yard dash with a 10.1 (IM)tt**. 11./q-.111451.1.M>) IMSMMMOM. while In lie 33* Intermediate ,
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shot put a romping win in the mile preliminary run and 10.2 final. ( .....- --.JOIKKOM)...*. below. A ,
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(I-I..I- Mims1I! (C-.s.) SMMtt- fought Thomas off for the 330 Intermediate )diY ;5.t
Smith (school record 60.1 in the 440) points, led a 1-2-3 Tornado sweep hi -I-( >...*.SMl)war 1l0MA/, (BMI)..... *win with Brian Thom.., '' /
and Teresa Woody (4-10 high jump) the 330 Intermediates with a 41.5 win M) MIAN THOMAS (ails) ..... M*. KM* (Swk) background: ", third.Bradford. ,a r
paced the Bradford girls. Smith bet ahead of the Thomas brothers,Barry IM'. M SMITH ) _
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tered her open 440 time with a 59.8 an- and Brian, and was second in the 120 ---1---) (
chor leg on Bradford's thirdplacemile highs (with Brian fourth). 51517) Mt. *.. -OM>,... M)JOIMIOM
relay. The Tornadoes also got a mild sur- (Ills)51.1. 1M__I.al|'I--'CIMo)
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the Starke league leader's win In lastweekend's AUHA IIMfmin (MS)'.''. Ml)Ulllnm Ml .1.1. |SHS) run from 9-11 a.m. Thursday, May 1, at the Bradford High and sprints and relays. .
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Invitational Softball _. Mh -.. ..4.,. Ills (UA4KT_, WOODV.UOCUM. School tract Coeds teams are divided by P.E classes. for the meet and
Perry .01A/IS(15))iM. OfcP *.(lO)....5.4)) ,
BMS coach George Loper said slate of will for team title. .
a competitive run a
tourney was a carbon copy of 1979. .MIDI<( I- ...T I..IIU. ...... *rf) Ills (WOOOV, UOCUM events is on tap for the school championship,including field Rain days are Friday, May 2,and Monday, May 5.
The local power went through in CMANMM.SWTM)4ll.... events such as the shot put, long jump, and discus, the ,,, -
undefeated style ((4-0) and had to best ,
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Bellflower Marine of Tallahassee in '

the finalsjust like last time around. Bradford at BrooksvilleFor *Jk************************

Pitcher Jim Lewis stole the show in
his hometownwinning the MVP and '
Region Track MeetRegion
home run awards with a .786 ((11-14)), Crossroads Lounge
four homer, 11 RBI weekend. Lewis ,
Bradford qualified 13 boys to the I meet Bradford was competing
and a couple of other Starke Truck Lake Butler
Region meet and of the Hwy 100 a 121
memben were interviewed on a eight Lady in,especially since state power i
Tornadoes that competed hi the Palatka Is not involved and Apopkahas ,
Perry radio station which broadcastSunday's
"That and the v I I > district meet won spots In the Region moved up to 4A. "It looks like a

trophies, which games.are, tops, of all the A Breather May championship 2, at Brooksville which Is Hernandoti set for Friday; girls good"region Howard for said.both inuei' ",beats iJ' 'and'*1f e l Y, Rayel.IFarrjsfBandWed. :

I tournaments we go to, make the" "Relax Valery.'*' 'Lady Tornado Prelims start at 1 p.m. with the I
Perry tourney a little extra special, coach: Grover Howard shouted to 889 r
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Starke Truck coach Dwight Elder anchor Valrry Chandler as Kim "We should beat evening.Buchhols at ., Friday & Saturday Plays 9 PM 2 AM

noted. Slocum handed Chandler the baton In Region," Tornado boys coach-- Ben
The Starke club squeezed by great shape In the mile medley. Moxley vowed, and Lady Tornado' _Final_Weekend :
Western Auto 9-6 ( draw had
a good
Chandler used the 90 yard cushion to coach Grover Howard said much the .
their opener Saturday afternoon) as cruise to an win. ., Rock Music *
easy same for his squad: "Our quality will Country, ;
Tommy Wise went 4-4, and Randall
Also is Teresa
pictured Woody,who show u4 more at Region that It did at *
McGee and Joey Bennett had three
ran the second: leg 220. *
district s. None of the teams In our

clobbered hits and as Teal many Roofing RBI's. of They Mobile then, district" should beet us at the Region r r ZLadles Night Wednesday \

Ala. 28-3 as Brian Johns went S-S with meet.he
7 RBI's and 2 HR's, Lewis was 4-4 top four'placers In each event :
with a HR and 3 RBI's. Danny McKinney win berths In the state class ,AAA : Drinks !100

was 4-5 with 2 HR's and 4 RBI's, meet to be run Saturday, May 10. at *
and McGee clouted 2 HR's for 6RBI' Lake Butler Wins Winter Park's Showalter Field. *
.. Bellflower then fell 13-11 in the The Region meet at Brooksville will
T-Ball OpenerLake : Fri. & Sat. J 150 Admission ;
be
winner's bracket finale with Lewis a new setting for BUS, moving
unloading two HR's for 5 runs battedin Butler outscored Brooker them away from competition with the .
and McGee, Johns, Ricky Bennett, 24-20 to get T-ball baseball underwayIn panhandle and North Florida schools No Cover Char Before 8 pm -4

and Bellflower McKinney came all going back 3-4.out of the Lake Lake Butler Butler Tuesday coaches afternoon.The were. It and Includes into battle AAA with teams Central from the Florida.Ocala ************t************

loser's bracket tussle but again pleased with their team's hitting but area, the Orlando area, andBrooksville's
Starke Truck was the better team said the defense needs a lot of work vicinity. Overall Itdoesn't
winning 8-4 as Lewis and Joey Ben after just one week. appear to be as strong as,the

nett combined for six of the eight Phillip Joyner tripled twice and "
RBI's Jimmy Thomas and Roy Luke addedthreebase Bells Ceramic
Behind Lewis Johns hit .750 for the hits for the winners. The Office Shop '>
weekend with 9 RBI's while McGeewas IIOW.Call St. .
at .667 with 11 ribbies, Tommy 94-57 i
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Wise hit.600, and Joey Bennett plated Ii '
10 runs.

"I think we played with the SALES LEAse *4 HOUR Slavics

togetherness we had last year for the DON HILL $
first time this season," Elder said. "I
hope that means we're. going to start SECURITY SYSTEMS iPKRIMCTKM :
coming on." ULTRA mania .:uo._ CIRCUIT, T.V. f _

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through last weekend's Brooker 7l I ,

women's Softball tournament with .u.-......,... i! "' milk .11 xtnu.
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Starke was third. I *
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The Domino's, behind the hitting of .. .1 --
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Melody Barton (.667)), Carnell F'
Williams (.643)), Betty Jean Hudson Mother's Roast Beef
(.600), Terri Parrish (.563)), and r a."ff'"
Sheryl Jackson .533), beat the
Locomotions of Green Cove 9-1, Eat.EB.E.E. Sweet- Sour Pork '
Tyler's 21-S. Fla. Bank 11-5 and the \t.\
Locomotion 15-9 for the title. I
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Hudson was 4-for-4 with a home run SONNY With Family ,Country Fried Chicken ,
in the title game while Barton and
Williams were 4-for-5. In the winner's '
I bracket title game Parrish Kathy -.With Coupon ;11 SaladsDressings
and Cassandra Johnson
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Domino's past Fla. Bank who got two Good Only Mother's Day :
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The bank\ team started with easy May 11 1980 .1 Banana Pudding '
wins over Hawthorne 125.0), i
Farmer's & Dealers of Lake Butler
((13-0)), and RMC of Lake Butler

(16-5), as pitcher Debra Gilpin and -EAT .
her defense were tough to score OFwt i L i: ;
against. But. the FB bats went cold IN s; .' '. J ,. '
and they settled for third with a 6-5 onny. : -\A .. :!=:'!
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loss to the Locomotion in the loser's
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Edith Sapp hit.529 for Florida Bank .lel/al Al BaQ v !
while Gloria Sapp Linda Cubbedge; O'f Starke .

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feystone's Indiana nabbed ,their Sam Sibley's single brought home bases before Bo tJc'. groondout to second -
1 20 w In and the flofida-Cro l n Conw !,Kenny Jennings for a 1-0 KHHS lead scored the lead run against loser
i Y fe '' 'title (M\ ode,;-wo n Il,1ttll in the-first but the Panthers tied the ,Mike NattleU'Dyaf crossed on a wild
i blangingfof '
th ( 7-0 / Wes Nassau last score off Gruenwald in the I top of the pitch and Stovall slapped a single
Friday and then topped 79 state rUn- sixth as Marvin Boykln's scoring Prichard for the 4-1 cushion.
night Ur j|f"(Scored Mark Wright,who had single Stovall wall( 2-for-2 find Prichard
dslg7redeon )N .didn't take long for
9 rreecord Keystone to .2for3.. ; ,
.1 i 11 grab the lead again. In the bottom of
re klnj; against class AA clubs. the sixth a walk to Jeff Stone,an error Bostic no-hit the Warriors and the
In a NeW, e Pitching; was thekey In both wins. ,on, Eddie Dyal's grounder and i Indians popped nine hits to leave no
Ballfleld- ':Julfilor Grady Bostlc, no hit;West single by Shawn Prichard loaded the'Two doubt as to the Florida Crown. winner
vi' T ,r The lZ-te'm'men's) L Nassau and Clark StovalL and." I Jim last week. KHHS ended &-1 to Wes(
softball tourney ,Gfuenwald allowed' Newberry Just Nassau's 5-3 In the loop standings

played last weekend three S to ysall, shut! New6rry out for f our Bostlc walked six. filling the based
k helped open up the >r .; with free passes In the sixth, but hoc
new Lake Butler- 9 t. ,nineWhl Moodsy !light,. ,trlkin, ,out struck out the last batter in that
Union County : a Gruenwa1d came on in the Shots frame to preserve his shutout!'
tt I fifth land got ,the "I'1n. 11Asevefth,
Recreation Complex. RBI hits by Dyal and Jennings (a
(1lttli 'against lops.. ; ,: ,
sr a w: Weekend action Included I f double)and an error that plated Chris
,i : at left, new JO/) ', .>1" Prichard put KHHS lip S-0 after two
Rec. Director Tlm- ; Lift BH Innings and the margin swelled to 7-0
f III my Whitehead in a a four-run fifth as Stovall's bases-
ti! watering down home loaded triple cleaned off three runs
plate on field Z. .a& t- Tornadoes 'P.istUnion and Greg Prichard singled in Stovall.
A 'I I right. Starke Senior StovaU was 2-for-3 and Dyal 2-4.
t Chub Stretch
Boy pitcher' Scott Allen and Bill Coodge unloaded ..... .
r fELL Johnson delivering C M* HI t 'I 'I 1
;ry xn t homers and Kenny Clark won his ...,.- 4 ,Fw aw
', and Marine's below Rainbow J.J.. Hot Streak: sixth on a four-hitter as Bradford's .OnmmmmU((7.5))), t> INo"IS, ,

Wheeler accepting Everybody got to play and Bradford -' Tornadoes topped Union County's tNm y M MO'* a
r "1a.Mr,. L'"t y his team's congratulation H igh's Tornadoes stretched their Tigers 5-2 Monday night In Lake ._ II* W* 7 i. I
1 at third hot streak to seven wins in the last Butler. W.1&IMk s.e.LB ((1-11.) ;j
after a home run. i 1 eight games with a 7-1 romp over Santa Goodge'.solo blast was followed bya ; -
I ,Fe Tuesday ,night in Starke but double by Clark and RBI single by ,.
7 BHS coach Mike Hartley was still Chuck Johnson, (3-for-3 for the night). 'I I 'I I .l, I -
disappointed' to give BHS a 2-0 lead in the third. Eagles Fall
/ Allen then swatted his
1 'Jit:we play this'way,.t tommorrow roundtripper
(f'Wednesday, the with Ricky. Sullivan aboard in the To 1st DefeatThe
against same
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Raiders in district opener) we'll Gainesville Bullies I handed
said UCHS pulled! to within 42 as con- Lake
loa! Hartley through tight lips Butler's Eagles their first softball -
4 1. after'Tuesdays win.,"It'll be down at secutive singles by Dean O'Steen, defeat of the season, '6-2 last
their place and they'll have their ace Dwayne Mallard, and Steve White week.
3Ptwir pitching 'When' you're in 'a losing plated a run In the fourth and Tommy "I thought were above It but the
streak like we were any win Is good! Honour knocked in brother Tony whole team seemed to be In a .
but now that we've won a few (to end Honour with a single in the fifth. Both Eagle coach Bob McGuinn said after
.1O-11 after a 3-10 start), we need to Union rallies came with two outs but his team went to 2-1-1 for the season.
'" -' Clark got a groundout In the fifth with
play well. .": Eagle forwards Randy Dillow and
The Tornadoes did play well enoughand two runners on. He then walked Just Alex Sanchez combined for both goals
I I ( the visitors played poorly one batter in the sixth and got the side with Dillow kicking the scores in'off
enough) to get the win In the bag ear 'seventh.out three up-three down In the assists by Sanchez. The Bullie forwards /
ly. Kenny Clark's Insldetheparkhomer did their too
I scoring despitethe
+ down the line in left scored Bradford's last score in the seventh goal work of Lake Butler's Dave
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1 J 7 n Y' :fYy. x r ri Ab 1 { Scott Allen for a 2-0 lead in the first came when Johnson singled and mov- Wood. "Birds'! Tom 'McGulM and
', and that was all Bill Goodge needed ed to third as the ball got past secondon : Ken Johns turned-in the best all-
the his first a steal.. Clark's sacrifice fly got around
1 aa junior righty won game performances lor.the Eagles
him home.
with a one hit-11 strikeout perfor- McGuinn said. .
W tb' White was 2-for-3 for UCHS, doubling a,
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.h .mance. ,_ : .'.
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% l7 After Goodge tripled t to left center in the second but being left on. Another coach;;;; in ;tiii required so

,1: in the third Chuck Johnson nailed a Lake Butler can field a second team
i double, one of his four hits, for a 3-0 and bring soccer to Union County full
margin. That bulged to.7-0 in. the time. No experience is required i A
I. fourth as Randy Parado' Dwayne ,REAL ESTATE playing field has been established at
\ McBride, Allen, and Goodge scored the new Lake Butler-Union County
I r 4 x r with 'the only hit being a single by COURSE" recreation complex.
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Johnson. After Santa Fe scored one "..
unearned run in the fifth Johnson '". Soccer Position Primer
singled over second to score Clark, from Eagle coach Bob McGuinnFullback
who! had singled and,stolen second. :
t i ;w i ( ; ; r1j > '.'. The Don Tennant SchoolOf fullbacks form a defensive line
Will tmntftf see "' I 1 1 4 Real Estate directly in front of the goal area.

lu i<""" (I""t', ( Ml. 'J. ? Will Offer Their function Is to stop the attacking
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FOR FLORIDREAl Three or four fullbacks used
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Turning 2 .432 heading into post-season play numbers for the from
u.l' t .Wit1h' laJlI..ot: far behind at 1.423. .... players' leftto
lg. a. i> ha f. 2 and
*> right are 5.
r, h ; the club In homers with 3,04 ..
saIlaalia lorilib! ldbreaM +' Clarfcitops Mon.and TUCK.6 to 9 ...- i-*' / v vtrtufnn itT
up a double-play turned by- 'rl+,t +R fourJ in stolen bases with 19 (In 19 at- Starting June 30. 19110
I Cwynn's Ronnie Polk. tempts), and in doubles with four,and 8 weeks duration
: to second in RBI's with 17. Chamber of Commerce Bldg.
Goodge tops the runs batted in Starke. Fla.
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tripleswith six, and has three Reese
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'; 3 Indians, Tiger Medley Relay Qualify for AA Track \ I


\. Three individuals from Keystone Tommy and Dennis Robei'atonahd,
High and Union County High'i mile Curtis Smith will represent Union asi,
medley relay team won tickets to the + tL medley members at the state meet.
State clatu-AA track and field cham- Indian hurdler-Morry! Cravey.Just- U l lF
pionships in Winter Park with their missed state bertha 'in both his
district*AA showings last Thursday., specialties, taking third In the 120
The Tiger medley unit of Phillip highs and 830 intermediates '

Jackson i Tommy' Roberson, Willis _...'-.-.. ww+it
Highland and Greg Jones combined MOM. Utarai_(*.)Mae.:at*)NN1N o.oaod'!'
for a 35UO win while Keystone's (Ul.) *.. l---1-0( ) )
Mickie Sibley Betsy Boatwright. and 40055(U)"'. MkJMIVia.M>11.) .... Dip-N.,
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Keith Jones also
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state event scheduled for Saturday ( ) ILL0N 0.(5.N( ) ..... 41) fMUW.MCnOH
May 3, at Showalter Field in Winter (IU') la,'(I*.*..,-! !. ).......ltaw(Ml)
4> *.'...l>)JDIM (IU)...". 444....,tt.Umlmlt.
Park. 441 flap(u..,>1.,... mm JONES(H') ..,...k wwu
Sibley, defending state AA champ / -t( MWH M... (imp) ...., MlCTAVaV
in the half-mile, won the district mile : '
test with a 2:30: time and was second 3" < ass 5nwN.w(SON) ..,.. .*,] 5115.., ... "

in the mile at 5:29. Boatwright was se- UNION HIGHLAND CO.,JONES(JACKSON.).,... HM TOMMY(...*., (taw IOIIKIOM.)t*...*H.). '
condjlli'the1 Mfcn-jump I with a 4-10 L.JOMWWS( ). ..4tol. Hurt.(tH.) l.....'. MH.M '11
clearance and Jones took second in ..n*W....Ml)NHm(OMV own'....._. .11
the 440 run with 52.7 clocking.In State Meet Hopefuls MM mm JON*!). ,

Uie team race Bolles won the Keystone will be represented by, from hM to right.Mickle Sibley, Keith Jones, ,OM1s.Hut (I..w.. mm. (W.. N..) 11.: MTiy SOAT1 '
boys Utle with 91 points to Jasper's 64. and Betsy Boatwright--at Saturday's state cleat AA track*IteU championship WMMTir4.a. _AHV T...*.1"11.|" ) ... Olmml I''
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Unioatwas seventh with 24 points and I > i ll|)4.s) II MM IMbfi(MU)
was ninth with 20. The IISMM CtaM <*.U) U... IWl "...... (IM) ...*.
) MIN a.N.wS.NS( )..,...NUCKW' SMtJV(c.),... 444
ne girls were sixth with 29 Union1 Jones who anchored the ace awl/ atoo noted thatnon-placer'-: awn. _..... 4141 M.-.II.H (taw) ..... ....
Jasper's '96 points won the Tiger medley with a 2:02 880, also Hal Barrhigton.John Hathcock,, Fred MB tow Btlwi JWtMr...*..,. '
KHHI portion over Episcopal (58%) placed'in two other events. UCHS StelMly and Dennis Robereon"pua11811 IINMl -II( ).....' wt I.tl4>(UK)...*. Ml ,1i"
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erlachen 56. coach Ed Davis praised his distance their' hearts out. Jones .......-:. ... "I lr4ia. l i" ., ,". "., II'.v.
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Spjfog football practice opens for area schools this week, with Union County ed. After ." .It'I"'I' K' ';' '
Hawthorne 11-8 Friday to end their Pinkson reached on an errorIn .
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High inci Bradford High opening drills today Thursday, May 1, and Keystone'sIndians Siiwanne' Conference baseball the seventh singles by EUis and \ ... '. .... ., .; .B." ;..".1'.. ':
getting underway Monday afternoon May 5. 'season a-4. They had lost to Macclem Barber brought the third Union run -.t' "' .. I
All ichools must work out the kinks with three days in shorts before contact home. '
drill s4pegin' Both UCHS and BHS will work out Thursday and Friday after school ny TIM M Thursday.Tigers banged out 11 hits to .' N Edging off Third I
and Saturday in shorts and dress out In full gear Monday after school.KHHS will > with-seven Hawthorne errors in Fri-go -...... 260' ale' i a 0 3 In the!!first Dixie Boys game played at the new Lake Butler-Union County complex I
be in Ail 11! dress Thursday afternoon. day's easy 12-5 win over the Hornets. Use 4-Iw). 441 440 e -, 3 a 1 !:, Union Pirate Jerry Brennen takes running lead off third base while coach

i Dwayne EMS: was J-for-4 with two 1041.-.y-Iu( ). Ralph Walker watches the pitch.:
BH "Ready to Go"Bradford runs batted in. Dean O'steen had two
head coach David Hurse said Monday' "We've already been In conditioning hits Carlos Johary plated three run- _"-c.. Ill Ml I .II II I II
since January 7, we're ready to go now..We'll get Into our,basic offense 11...' and Tommy and Tony Honour i w. (MM(11011.) *u M* 0 i .r. .
and defense the first three days so we'll be ready to hit Monday. Our kids are had extra base hits. Tommy's double M.T*.,y MtHMr.. .1.1., ..,.p, HMwwr.. l
anxious. .te start hitting." scored two runs while Tony tripled;.' SSSS CHSH MONEY 5555
The Tornadoes come off a 5-5 season. .,. .. r !',' Steve White came on for starter
They will close their Spring workouts with a Jamboree In Macolenny) (Saturday, 'Ronnie Plnkston with two outs In the For AllALUMINUM '24" 'i'' ; .';

May 24 playing Jacksonville's Robert E. Lee and Macclenny,Hurse4afdLae. Is I third and the Tigers down Wand CANSBrbok .LB ,jl Ion".
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rated by many as the best team in Jacksonville. j- ;;> ; I earned the win. He fanned the last Typewriters .rtl1
J!! man In the'fourth and pitched four Manual" ElectricII8K.50I3S9.50 Jt i'*
Tigers to Learn New System JJNew 'more shutout framed. '- .- \ : 1' Recycling: j.:3K

Union High coach Ed Davis says he'll alternate teaching.with hard. The Office Shop ,44.<;.,".
workouts in trying to put in new offensive and defensive systems.. .', ". ,I I Macctoony checked the'Tigers on Jl8W.C.US&11457' HWY. 18 Brooker, Fla. ..iij::'.:
"We'll push em a lot, then do some teaching, then push them some more,then lust five hits and led all the way last achSaturday S RMto 5 PJVI 0 i.
teach" said Davis who looks to reverse the trend from last season's 0-10 cam- ,, :!..
paign. "We peed to do a lot of running but we also need a lot of teaching and Tommy Honour's two run homer in "' Aluminum t !.r-
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organization because these kids will be learning something1( hew;: '1/1 >" the third was bright toot for UCHS 'CaShJi1'VQUr'Hand, ,."?-'0,1.fCi.
"The biggest thing I want, to do this Spring U work on the basic\ fundamental |
hings. Wetwon't complicate things. It'll be fundamental, basic.,We'll start from !", .I' ." *. ."3.:\: '"
how to run:as well as how to block and tackle." ., tr'*' "' I I :ud:
Davis kept his new offense and defensive a hemeaaeciel,'saying only that 's,)! ,..,1.:
"We've got new systems we want to start out with but a lot of irdepends on the : !r.)
personnell.'l l ,
The Tiger Spring will close out with a Thursday May,29 jamboree, at ..' .. : .
Chiefland/, They will play Newberry and Jasper one quarter each.' -'

1h pwtWpMIng nullr'i tbilltv( la nock all Itim during no sees
Indians Due for Conditioning paled to dependent upon tho MttabUlty o( merchandise from the
Keystone coach Pete Valentino promised to greet the 1960-81' Indians with t" ;' WIN
doses of conditioning and fundamentals.
"We'll do a- lot of running and conditioning work while we're In shorts, and
review the basic fundamentals" Valentino previewed. .
The Indians, 2-8 last year go to Hawthorne for their Jarnboree'FrldaYjVIay 30. HAT3CWAF1C

\ They'll play" P.K.-.J..'z ong,. n"the' first-. .quaver. ; and, Hawthornejn U\e,.. r .. .L t ,. ob. .... ;...r. ',- il.

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tournament that started March In Keyxona'a boner field lee* la
lly1 28 finally came to an end Saturday,as' Newberry Monday aflerawo t L,
Nu-Waves topped LWCI 21-10 In the Today the ruing Is the sam ss '.
long awaited finale at the LWCI KHMS brats the District S-AA girls !*

prison field. softball tourney with Keystone aid i,
The teams had split games nearly a Union meeting game ase.'TbarsI: ,,1
month before .In topping a 12-team day al 6 p.m. M.
field, but the final game was delayed I I
because of darkness until Saturday. "

Bill Ratliff Greg Moyer Doug 'J -. li
Mains, and Larry Stake homered for : ... I .tf t >!
Nu-Waves In the championship game ',1, '. ,/ (
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\ orb w bin. while'' Mains was 3-for-4 with GENE REESE.INSTRUCTOR.

three ribbies and Moyer also plated 'h'I h I

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\ Going Home best batting average trophy, hitting 'II I 'I Of Real tstot "
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. Lady Tigers Anne Biddix above, and J.J. Wheeler hit .600 all-totaled
and Diana Pace, below, head for for the winners. 14 Hour Post Licensing Court I
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Union County's Lady Tigers swept MEW STARKESfORrOltlr
past P.K. Yonge 24-3 last Thursday to
end their LOW rAIEA"GLEIB:
regular season 9-5. .
The win gave Union six consecutivewins races/ Discontinued Paints -

heading Into the District tourna., 17rlG, ,Loss Ends_ Tremendous Discount., i
ment and tied UCHS for theSuwannee I

league Conference'record.top spot with .a' 7-2.....,0' ':BETS- ;Girls 6-6 On sate Wednesday, Thursday, Friday &Saturday, e &Assorted Exterior ColorsInterior o ,Household:, t, :
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It was 13-0 after two Innings and : Htell three borne runs and
24-3 after three frames Thursday. four runs in the bottom of the seventh I.

Anne Biddix had three of the hits inning to beat-Bradl0r4' girl/ soft- I
ball team 17-16 Monday leaving the
scoring four times and knocking in.- y 1 "'
four runs. Dawn McDowell' was I Lady lortMUteearWIor the regular'season. < ; !

J-for-3, Tammy Barton 3-for-S., and It
-t>nyUls Rhonda Scaff, Page McGUl,. and> '
Rhonda Jones each added a pair of bits as the Lady Tornadoes Jumped I
safeties to the 22-bit attack.. 'out to. a 9-t..lead' before altering..


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Calvin GrIme('Sr. $6,)'died Ulld8f..J ._ t atone i e ts'A':' styN* in brushed and '
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afternoon April:27,in Union General Cemetery under the direction of praw.aw ooNOn Owes and of w blends.
Hospital after an extended illness, DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. 2813 n Inns,po"bssNnanta sans itnaw.s I II
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Born in Raiford, Mr. Griffis retired J

from the Florida Road Department. Lydia Margaret Wimberly
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Ha was a member of the New River' +
Congregational Methodist Church Mrs'. Lydia Margaret Wimberly 1TOSCSLATUG,19.88AOU

and a veteran of WW I. age 84, of Jacksonville, died Sunday WW-40 OIL CMtTT Auto Mural ; SNO1It s.g rE
Survivors Include: three daughters April 27 In.the All Saints Nursing WCSTBAN HINTS
Mrs. Eloise Pearce of Raiford, Mrs.' Home, Jacksonville, following a long MAMONYM tMSWATT r
Vera Alvarez of Bradford County* illness. Mrs. Wimberly was a former WASJ***" ty A 6.94-
Mrs. Sadie Mae Crawford of Mac- Starke resident and was a member of WAI-Mf" U,VALIJUIeT'IUIINoCuN. 3 -
OUR MICOUNT
Clenny; five sons, Calvin,: SLEdw.rd'.. :". Catholic Church, Aa iniiiii Ml aVovMM Badl.loO1uKi a olwuiar. 'S,', PACE .Y ,
Gerald, J.D. and Alvin Griffis Jr'i rlrr.;.. eTYUNG STICK 8.dT *ab UPr- b-wii&,JIMI of MMMV: -." Alit, aiitl cuai Po/yraotton/, blend. in/ + T
rf moon. withDsecouNr
and *) < w W PW hbr/oard OfQM
Raiford and Ressie Griffis of Lake' Survivors:Unclude: one daughter-... PWCIbarbqbuys_ *).. Iroalm. '. 12 n. n ( ewarse, d./ I
Butler; one brother. Nelson Griffis" Mrs. Rosales Smith Uvalda,Ga.; one Y n1r..as.Ipwlam can. p.r:1-.d= .red
of Lake Butler; two sisters Mrs. son William Heath Wimberly. ; ;. ;M.rokaa, Men .
Mae Shadd of Lake Butler and Mrs.' Uvalda, Ga.{ nine grandchildren. and save more! :;i ,
Lizzie Thornton of Raiford; 28 six great grand-children.: N / 1
grandchildren and 28 great grand-"" -FuneraLi'services were held' _- 9SfiaYNOLOS ,Er ,-F yY
ehildren. Wednesday April 30, at 10 am.1n the . ALUMINUM roa. r i MEN'S SPORT CAP
Funeral services were held Tues- St. Edward's, Catholic Church with '. w.:44oM""IIION' Assr.EMalsms
day April 29, in New River Con-r' .; Father Martin J. Jung officiating.'
gregational Methodist Church with Burial followed in Crosby Lake tllllACHI d1.97PNCa -
Rev. Johnny Yarbrough officiating. Cemetery under the direction of x n I
.DsWttt-.Jones Funeral 12.88 MEIr
Burial' followed in Pine Grove : Home
Cemetery under the directtion of ArFher ,starke.' WAS,JMII' i DARKS OfltONsOCK AM LION"*.
: Funeral Home of Lake Butler\ In lieu of flowers contributionsmay s+
be made to the All Saints Nun4 =74*

Willie D. Shaw ing Home >2040 Riverside Ave., "ON sesquiont
Jacksonville Fl.
Willie D. Shaw 83, died 'in the !

Starke Nursing Home, Monday evenIng ->' Kirk Paul Ilallowell
following a long illness. Born in /V/ SMONTS1PJ'S
Bradford County July 18. 1896, Shaw Kirk Paul Hallowell age 17, was FOR MSN
had moved to Hutcheson Lake, killed early Saturday morning as theresult.
Keystone in 1965, from Salinas Calif.,. ,ef a truck accident on 1-299 in r4>.96

where he had retired as a mechanic'for ;" Jacksonville.; He lived in Keystone 1T'ORRL 11011. QAl..IUG SO US).cnt-otroiM 'Aso .Inn MLLalta .WIT*POLO SHIRTS NEWS SvYHNWCAII / Rw fc*.w
Heights where he was a Junior attending -
box He was a former
resident a of company.Avon Park for many Jeys4lne'HeJghts! High School ; 1 94 "e 69.88 1.94 2.97 3.96 1 '
and membeand ,er E son
was a player of the e
OUR DISCOUNT MICE OUR DISCOUNT PRICiMyealian
f"rs. 't OUR DISCOUNT mmWEM UP TO 1>T"iv lose wale wolst end
Survivors Include: his wife, Minnie i; basketball UamM Choose 17" portibM barbwu. oriMMi .. ;.eonotnloal So .... Oia a "M Hani! a'''ds bMnd, akort Foiy/colion boar tru"lia.SoMta. .Irlt sls."e. A. a,
Lee Shaw; one daughter;;:LaVerne,:;,..; Survivors ip udti-hit father and' aaiHlen aria bra .Iris'-IIOot pOll U% ataiabUcMonn*- IMMI kiaar. Stack ftg aabwscc$$..."._........... nylon _' u. G.Q,.
Bahr, Jacksonville' two sons;-Alvin> stepmotherMr.: and Mrs Buddy .... kiiHtUd Plants. |ug with wNe pool iMMfabw _' ar o a afc -.f O UK o .110 XL ....,LKL
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mouth and handy apom. -.y. --k.
Shaw, Phoenix, Arix. and Ray Shaw, Hallowell, Keystone Heights; his '
Lubbock, Texas; one brother, Ray mother. 'Patricia Ann Hanks. clean-up savings! save' up to 45% summertime cool buys!
Keystone: grandparents Mrs. Irene
mond Shaw, Bowling Green, Fla.;s .. j-raav_.
,," Ball Champaign,. III.' Art Ball .
Avon
three sisters, Minnie Smith- ,
Park, Essie Perry, Gainesville and,1) Gainesville, and PER Hallowell .
Rossie Thomas, Avon Park; five' 'i Tolono, 111.;' one brother Kelly } % t
M r ,better maker 4
: Hallowell, U.S. Navy Pensacola one
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grandchildren and 4 great: 11] 6
.Bndchlldren. -. 'sister.Shelly. Hallowell.. Keystone.ji ... I Y' sportswear
Funeral services will be held .t 3 ,I, >'jPun! lses'iees' were held at 3:30: r 1

P.M. Thursday (today). May 1, in the f '.,p.m.Tuesday Aprit 29, in the Chapel I 't'r ,< ftOWTMTSMTMMV ,J. .
of Jones
Funeral Home with Rev.
Chapel of Jones Funeral Home with*"-/j-\ .
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Murphy officiating. Interment .
Rev: Leslie J. Harris delating. In- 7,93'rB

terment will be In Ellam Cemetery at, :, was under in'the Keystone direction Heights of DeWitt Cemetery C.Jones V WAS HtUTAJ><: TAMJtT..u.*...sore....<...._...:.itNCXZIMASKIN :. .177 ,- t'yT: 1 :
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of Mrs.Ira Jane Murry Griffis age J4, acHIClC..C / ..... .
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Thomas James age j'of Hampton died Monday April 28, in .. ::..::;._._..........._ _,t-,;1- .h..e t..w.
Heights, was killed early i OUH DWOOUNT a : OUN DISCOUNT PWCkl.nd. .
Keystone I ASST.PLASTKS nTIIOP0II'ALWttlTlRAllfHAIIIUlUY7 .......
the result of a':,. Ian automobile accident. Mrs. Griff i ... ... 89' f emmig .
Saturday morning as : .- : PO/y/notion .' PaMretarnyad. ;
truck accident on 1-295 Jackson--', ;1(had lived In Hampton for eight years' .2.97 2.4-7 .TYU TASUTTS KW.V Oj bah Inn tress s.w.L sr.1ak ass"see I.M.LO
ville. Born in Johnstown Pa;: Dec 12, j moving there front Norfolk.,Va. and .UHW. ;r WAS .__...q. .J..,.. .
1958, he moved to Keystone Heights J in ,\i wai-a Dait' ndek al the Oasis Lounge. cash w rl. n Wood KandW m mop ': .8.-:77 discount'.vlng..!'on shoes"' !I' ,
Jacksonville. At the time of.' I Survivors.\ :include: her. husband- e, bashes. IH boll baMat *r M,,'. gaWMISN ptf.
L Lis from the John E..Griffla.Starite; one daughter,: ry' Nf ...... ..STE/NI ,4 I
death he was and employed Lawn. Mower by ,Miss LemOll4.'.c;.....,.' Hampton; one I r ", I I IINguIoro. IIOOTe ,_ ... ..

Manning Fence He was of the Baptist f f J'son" Tommy Croll, Hampton;' her _' I POIIt s aQyN
Company. 'mother. Mrs. ..A1f1I1e, Murry Selmer, '
ralth.Survivors Include: his father??r 'J;.TelUl.;'three brothers, Thomas and1' ..SS'0IaC0UNY
.'x Randy Murry; both of Selmer. T .
LaPlata,Md. his ; nn. PRIG.
W Nelson ; .
Howard 'Charles Wilson; Tenn. and .... '
ANA II
and Mrs. ; Memphis, ; .1 .. .
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mother stepfather ,"five'-sisters M"u.. ".",.,
; Miss' Marilyn) Murry,
George A. Wilkes Keystone; his 1 \ \I ....... .

grandmother, Mrs.Pa. Irene four, brothers Nelson,,,. ',.;.Mrs rul .Mrs Carolyn...lBrenda Minks r Mrs.Todd Jean all Luna of M' L.Oe7s. .....!'::'.';... '

Jeffrey New Florence L. and Patrick; Abbott ef 0'.'N bviJ1tt; Tenn., land Mrs..J Joan As..NYLOIITOTIS tS> 0h 1/ANtl will '= .:' HOPSACK CASUALS' ,1MO0sgiM>YwiDOEtt

Jacksonville Dana H., Virginia and Rhoades,WhltevUle. Tenn.Funeral held. 18.88 I 7.88 2.44 9 '- 71 '-.1,oJ 4s r446:3s4a4a
services will be
Christopher., Keystone; three ( today; WAa.rrse'0 OUIIIII8cOUNTPRlCa: CIU\IIII)08CIMTPNCa\ mot.1.N ,', t $
sisters Connie Lee Uv..".Jackson Thursday Jones),t.Ma.v'1; at Ua.m. In UMA ..",/goner adwab .Mid laloi... 1'I'' tamiia Cnnftid -..%. Mr 100Meee.. .any has ? .' 'Mopealb'mod' lR 'p__
ville. Meet Anne Nelson and Karla L. DeWitt C. Chapel with the Rev. an weer wrwoln_ late, nun Rowel tot.. .ul."... I I'
both of Keystone Hei llta. Lacy Conway officiating. Burial will "r ,
Englehart- be"In"Selmer, Tenn. Local arirangenentsl I c\i( ".1 '.0111' N"4'f' l,u .'
Funeral services were held at 2 >__-the direction of i Aiytv: I ) ,,, ( (J1J\f'1( ... _OR'''' ,
[ P.M. Wednesday, April 30.- In.the t/iJrfcJoj ea>rtF-. \ Horn/ I ,' '. ,
i Chapel of Jones Funeral Horn wiUr..11SDo is ." :" "".nlo''" I." ; .



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me MinorThe Men's Open .Womcn'ji 0'1. I. .-. 2\'il h I I 1'.1.\, \ 10' ,112/5/ -;.-JIJ; ; re IIJlon 'COlliityAdl7: ':: ;>."',,:

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dls Lawtey Suns stayed unbeaten In ft bottle for first place last Thurs'N.' t '.
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1Jac with a 23-8 win over the Phillies Mon The Senior Boys held Stark Truck day |ha! Domino: : topped Florida _'I..._. ;: t JUMAINES
Plaza to 12 hits white banging eight I' H E'LP i iWAN .fl' SURA'NCE.J
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day nightrunning their' league- Bank'4-9 Linda Lee, Karen Norman --.... ..
Hip leading mark to 4-0. extra base hits themselves to pin the and Betty Jean Hudson came S.ed4r40.,2Mer.1.I2. ," I ; '"" 's'sss ss I .... I')

for The Phillies fell into second with a first league loss on the truckers since across in the third to wipe out a 2-0 I"" ,:w ; TED I INSURANCI "GINj 1 j 1..q

Mh 3.1 record. 1978winning 11-7 last. Wednesday Bank lead. : ," ,' n L .A Co Y60S'lICIk.Av.Lak. .' ,O..b

Kel night. Joy Mains had doubled home Linda TARN IXtRA MONtYl Alt '. t : Butl.r, .96-3918. Compl.l., .'1,8

sta'' ..._,.AprilUwtevtMiu 3. Still. Starke Truck came back to Cubbedge and then scored herself to Dixie ., oood pay. No 4tt'i,t"1 1 'in.Ifonc.S.rvlce..TFN. '...q

Ma take BGT 12-2 Tuesday night to keep stake FB to the 2-0 margin before theDomino's Major p.rl.nc. n c.MOry, Sand'' ,,,> 'IVEMYONI ,IIMSURAUfl ,'d.J;

PMIIlMIMMI ftobert ,..11...4 lot.I three...t H" Dele Norma S. the league lead at 7-1 The Senior came back.I'' Daren Chandler and Stephen Jones 'loroppllcalloni, II.I.A.I .0.1\l> tl5 /mmediot.ykot4rog." .\ by'' i .>n,

PalS *4.....4 HK >.. flmmt Smltfl 4.4 H.. ...... Craw Boys who also ripped Hampton 22-9 Terri Parrish added a solo homer struck out 38 batters between them in Box 552 Ink Biitl.r. Fl.'M. 31, '" I Iphon. JOI USHER j.

In t /w. lie.Ph111Nn. Monday night, and Nu-Waves which for the winners in the fifth while 3-3 between the Giants and the 32054. TFN 3/20 chg Il'0'( ,ILG/NCY496.2126': | of ':':Ol

.'....1.r... 735, 1,11' N..M ... won its third and fourth In a row over cher Sheila pltMeu and Lawtey Blue moved its PART>TIMItPI.c. work.I. ,": :496.2903.TfN ; 7 '. '"Cy
tealin Forsyth allowed just
II Haye's Electric (19-4) and LWCI three hits after the 2nd inningTkmwfey perfect mark to 44) with a 14-1 pasting Webster ATb.rlc5's' h : l '. .;' 'If

(17-16 Tuesday, holding the losers ,. of the Dodgers in Dixie Major play foremost dictionary com I : ...'..,

candel Men's Church scoreless over the last four frames .April 14 11 last Friday night.M.wdl. pony nMdi home wark.r % JIll" !.. "' T '" w .'.,.,, ;
times) both to updoto local moiling 1I.'t .r. .
while scoring 12 are a .. 14 I I I I a -to
theIt Church of God upset Northside Bap- back at 6-2. 27..24 . 11OliNty -- 75011.14 All og. oxp.rUnc' ur>- .. ,c' V ,'

tist Church 18.14 last Thursday to game ....... 412.71-3.tinny O.ll.aJwwlta .. >... 5.. 4 5 I IOW 0 nocoMory,' Sand hqmo, dd;...i.5 '1.a.. J '':'ikK CMtTHM. MSM. ( ..
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boyUni throw the Starke Men's Church -r..Apol'" l./.w II. ttf4 H, *.**, IwMt ... Jww. ..rul. P llllWaiw,D Btadia-hf-a. J.WltMntBIB dro,., phono number to IK- -

league into a wild scramble again. N..W.. 0 0 1 3 1 27lWO -.... BfW Or.cn.......4, BMMy BMVMI...eo.. W.b..r.175S.hAv..Sull. .1' .or Llc.n..dA..IE.let.S'Dk.r
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KH Northside came back to beat 1st P I I I 1 I I16 >. Clm>lrtam.ll .......BtaM...H. IwrM.HhiMlHrMB Mr11, C. WlU-rJ I....-.. MHi. Ct4pp.M $5. A. 1101-1590. N.w York'NY '; r '

Ke) Methodist 15-5 and the Jr. Boys 22.4 .11 H._.W1.1N H.0..0..M.1.2,1.911 Tenp 0424.' .4.0 12..4.4. 111111/1141.0 74. 1a. II /.MaqrlrrMtata. M"rrM t.a. OINK'' ... .. ........... W.110w, L ....... .. lootO..4-/2. 5/1 JlpdWANTED.;, It I I ', 3 Beautiful, Lakelront c .estates.. 5

poll but still fell Into second place with a ... 11..0..1.435. Wlllrwill' .. ;' From 12S.bSO( :

dlst 6.1 league marktwo wins back of IWCIll.. <>.... .vll4OT .<.......WII_........ .PI211. ,....... .... \ I. .
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and Kingsley Lake Baptist ((8-1>J. KLB had 2. WwIM', I I 1 I I O I 4 law2.p.... 1 0 1 7 1. I01.04.1.4.1 -1 ,\ Ownar Financing nwaUablB M4A .
to survive third place Pine Level Bap- 1511111 ... ......... '.. 11.4.C._. 14 I _9 i .a a a 1 ,....

tist ((63)) 2--I9 Tuesday night to >Mi...Tn....,.... H 4 0 S/- II .00.01.. .,.... 1 '- 16.. M. _II. D. ....*> M. a.Br ....... ''J' ; t. kiln :::rH
its lead. I.I. lofcU.tmWiM. ....... PO.n 11 LI7 4..20,4. T.rtlPtrrlihllHP.MMIiy _2./12..o. rr>im(>lnKli itia' 'Bm i>i>' il'>llwr l. fk. I14M
league Oil Ifh Ollfln tkM SilfMt > .
preserve WMHtl.J, > I.M B..Mr a"I.IrMta>.r.y* tAprtlM .>. M. .. .,..... .,.. ). c. llM. ..., PIANO:Rotary Club d.,lr.. ", | '.If

Pine Level had slipped past 1st mill,..... ,...... tarry Ww I
Methodist ((53)) into third with a 22.21 .4. WIN, 1.1. ,W.41..M7. / lion at r.o,onabl. prc"., ,. .. 4H.
win over the Methodist team Monday Newd.7.Apd121 .5.2425...........' a 123I 0 i 0 o 1 omiH(CHo) 0 I' 0 1 1 : Call Howard' : McN.UI'.,. , p .

SHil night. Down 16-4 after four innings .......... a 4 ( .. n 1.421., 2. ...- t.,. ......, O.hMa. ._ ... -0''..MI O. W''. IB. M. On 5111115-5 mroi ow....l.t.pMt 496.3551 9 o.m.-4 p.m.i/ VVllchg ; 'k-i';..' 1(1''

PLB stormed back with 14 runs in the ....._.V.P..D.IM OrlHI.'S/10/I0-4-1 ... ..... Hl 11/_. >.I I ......-5..W......v.-.IB.1*,...,....... CK." I.. 1.4.3. 5.2... 0.1.> Cho_._ ....... i. -::-. '. .
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Carter 22.7. O.ip.r" 131. ..n...I.3 21 GREAT OPPORTUNITIES IN LASTSUNDAY'S
ratT Monday.April.tl 11 1 I I 0 1 !*
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21 Cl, ._..2 3 11,1., Mermen 2 4 31 0....Al., .... Nu.W.VM .. Call District, Manear Person .lIft/ Dood meth Car.'000'Ier Ple.f.nfur100ndn0 live In Comp4nlon/nur59e .liM, "

Th 1 4 30 David, Thl,.0.. wo 20Ur .. OT 44 .. Michelle/ Robert .377?..0727M101'9 ...> ,Call Nam. 373.5/11. 'n.II'nD' .A "m"t !:,-........ p will......ntciiIttONWOOO J
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.n..... ..... Yu.*...t (.-, ..C..iiMCrfl I I.f PC0nliMiM PM Start ..is. Archer preferred.... .refer. own. ENperlenceo MEAT COUNTER Apply ,In'HELP per on. r nt hiring w.lt.rs Golf Clue. M4':. ,:::- ;5
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loom WlKingiloytoliotoptUt efter I 4 w. MOs.COUNTER 333 NE 23rd Ave Eaitgale He c r nc (l to
Meat Market. formerly apply' Mon April 2t b.twa .nlOaim
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,.........,.. S3 apply on 9ra 2416' 5W 34th SG No 0/4n.btellhlw' General' Ledger BookkeeperConttructlon '''V''UNC''OP''OIl. .. .
Temporary I year _' ncon .
accounting ore
Calvary, OoplUI 4 1ChUMh A MOTHER 00 nXMl I..IM ISM ,129 Keypunch 4 day wee*..
terred only' qualified D.rfons
oG'd 34 hen.. wlir lloM h01.Nkl.p/1.0... COUNTRY MUSICIANS WANTfD need apply' For interview Call' 40 hour r m m to 1 "3O p m MonThur -
....... 1.p1/24/ 34 Dixie BoysThe cooklnfl, 51C. P.101. baMKoomfr > Preferebly duet*to play full llmeat > Gary Haynet. 376-O/7I __ Contact Partonnel 00I.leer .
... board in MCh.int.w for Ih.f. Skeeter'. ......... ..Ou... Archery .An Eu" Oppor _. :
H.. ."" II 0.249. Pr.t r old r orp mill/e Call S5.Iw-eudhlI.n.' 373 5..7 RN and LPNPull "m.'mmod'' '. tun.tv/ terpplover' _
Junior.... 11 Civitans topped the Starke rion. noortrtnh.f. 37.0311. ate opening 'In the Palatka Area
II......."" II Merchants and the Olympians asStarke's HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED Public health experience de*>r /Ore.MOUIEK.liPE".n..d.o"m.n' como'" for
able' Convenient' hour plus' .
....., .April 24 Immediate toenlne.5.rlMCI'
any 14Ion' Call 3/B-l 114
Dixie (13-14) benefltt 328 2753 for an appt
14gll" '.v1..k1 3 1 0 0 4 7 0 II Boys league preferred, Reference 171 "IMS'

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.....,.. ,..., O way.. Hordoo t t 31 21 c..".,. The Merchants squeezed past the ".4, TA '/210'. .J
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I ...,. tw* 711 c..". Crawford 3kJr Olympians tae( for their first win. CLASSIC 1966 FORD VICTORIA '72rbATSUN. 2402 ......-. '>9 VOLVO WAOON .'
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Church at Ood 1 0 0 ft 1 0 1 10Narthildoi D"...,... 3 > 0 I 1 4 tStaritw N Main look good New II."b....... '.7 CORVETTE ROADSTER. ; sound, oood tire*.
David' Th,.... 2 2 two 20 i Ouddy ...,. .IC..... I a 4 a a I 10 DODGE Power 373 443. After 6 % .......d. red black' Interior. both loo. 3O air,AM f-Mttereo. 1AM
I 3 10 i. William'. 1.1 ....i. ....... 13 O HllIi.,. OlymplMntl' Andy Ch H S.tar.4. i. P.Hi t.I0r.I. John 1974 114010 oow WVaioon. bilk./.lle1 Club C.b. 0... 377 7ftOI Tim' MOO Student rebuilt' engine' 4 ftpeed excellent -' I 1 'IS 2049
21 W Wood 2 2. D..l.. .....It.. O. ..._ }.tor.4. O.r.,l4 P.**.w.vII I Ino, air Hi VI tocp r. 47.ooo ml, 7960 vw .QU..c. 1730CeU condition' *rwx 37j 75BO alter 8 1971) CADILLAC. Couoe De Vtlle' ,.
Church God, H Smith 1 3 30 II H..... 2 4 MR M W.I.. .la M9t 375 04/6 377 4146, VT2 1779 311 1270 52001.1 1974 BEETLE VW 38 OOO mile*. N.Cellent' running: : 00110111.0: n.w .-
Mark ...*.,. two 101 R Joy nor HR I H....... I I M........, "..... N..... I ....... Jimmy .._,.. TOYOTA COROLLA 7*. AM 171 vwSUPER necTueMew tteel .tire. tow bar AM. /-M 0951 plIni Oiler ba11er17 3171.5 Mufjell.a//rnoo. 1a00 or
...c.II., I.1 t ....." 1 4 .A. W.dd.lt f !. 1.iw 4 20 W....II.i .... ,la a, am. ,la D O.MVThuiMtn ... PM I track. crulM control. 12000mli i> stereo mint' Here the 'ideal' low vehicle' .' ? .
$3700. 37S./304. kilo fry condition, 'A"/: :tnaro car'! you've been looking lot ..liO. /A MALIBU' Like new tJJOO. .
Ing Student 116SO. 373 0121HUHRYt Sob Blair" Kevvtone Hgt Call bent offer C.II 3/ro3J3 anyllm ..
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II 5105 9,acre wooded 'lot. soo down, many elf,... Screened porch ion Storage ..... greenhoume.
N Del000124 Intll/dlOO 'In Caraaa 'large profe.*'lonallylandscaped barn 15 ml' out Finance' with/ ,
C ,...... P"c....0...... .. fenced yard doteto .do..n..200 4A>3791
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FORGE floor, balcony' 03 .... 2'' bath tie lent 1970'1 home of 37M M
Se the.e 10 acre building' .lte. cedar home Great.room. den. T K: with 6 bedroom. 4"* baths.
""n 741 north IO minute* Iron, Cllv hole cethedrai celling' porah .i4 000 Prevent morl I II .bout
( "Imltt Beautiful rolling 'lend wet bar Wooded 'lot backi u F vi?ooo 37* BQ63 before 5
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-/J REALTOR ha... farrn Low 60'S. Ma Core
::. r==- -- 37 -3757 Oar den* So 441 377 6791 altar 6 sV OWNER 3 SR a bath new.
cfalht in 'tce 4V out: carpet: con.Rlly'alb.
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; ... family room or bfnce *Th. /O' ... 1.2 mon 1. 1011 NW
13% own. financing. .35 OOO Term negotlehle Ownergroker ,,'hT. .rr NO leeattort 37. 4e<7
The call of LOVELY 0 9 ACRES, will orwiinout leas NW 27 Terr 37654MINVESTORS J" 970or_ "
mating alligators resembles the boom of 3721eailt
a cannon. trailer Like new tr, otraiiar < J j 1.S.j' SOwannee Rivet, frontage. -
near Marlboro Parma bath* horn. large Adorable fenced 3 BR 1 1541/2 05111: ,* pMt plan Appron 3 M ."... hlgn' A dry. w/lth 2 a...
Owner financing 472 TOJtMICANOPV acrevned yard), 3 000 to 2oorcheft. g4rage. 1 b.trtnooe. boatncMj & marinjrrjllway -
porch excellent condl .
pool on ACRES N Meriorrhor
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Attsumabl 9h loan Earn SW
P HAMMOCK e area corner 01 ,9j Hn 5om. term. Verna Mae.1 i
Planned Unit Development Investment. opportunity. NOrealtort 3.T9 e. 373 A. F*frf.e 10-17 acre homettieft Beautiful .7eO man Special' .. *.>7 WO t V>\ 7O93 1 I

i 1700 wooded to ftlUOO and per claarea acre 20's acreage down 3 Bit, tt both on acre* NICE. SMALL' 3 bedroom home. 2 Aft..'fe. wllh I6O.. ft frontage on
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!UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT I and) 10% Interest for 11,4.9051. Newberrv.... ... ment Migh raawired Sprlngt' win' I"I'/i acre bath. I Owner ecre Nice wilt J bedrooms finance ,lake >Ji.OOO Term*. .
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6 A. M. 8 P.M. Mon. Sat. 964T394B : II' 1433 NflTTnd Ave J71314WAfrHIMO OLD GAS trove 4 burner. oorce e .+:,v-:, ..." ..... lain flnHrt MlntoldIlton' .75 U >T ABC*APT .(J..ou. fcWtr WO OlidU" Round ...
MACHINE Kenmore Call before 3. or after *. 9V9lll 45 Mrcirv wit.fjrt. ....

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SERVICESCARPENTER $188 m.nth. Owner amUNION: '//r'( \lID'HOMES IiIIIIII \ 1' )

broker. 473-4961. ,Itctig lt
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Remodeling. work kitchen .

cabinets and trim .J'I .

carpenter. Reasonable HOMES COUNTY IDS 10WREN't' CARS 9'TRUCKS\ 'FOR SALELIQUID FOR SALE

price*. ...,of ,

473-2477. 14ncbmALCOHOLIC ANONVMOUtl FOR SALE PERSONALSERVICES' FOR SALE. FOR SALE CHICKEN PEnIUZE..' FENCING All kind, hog

Cloud PALMS APARTMINTSi rut'-, .. i 11.00 per ton. Deliveredanti wire, welded wlra barbwire
mealing* Ip.m.
Open meeting Monday* nlihed efficiencies and I MOBILE' HOMESl Why, pay @pre" 6 tons per wood chain) link;

day 8 p.m. Alonon M.= SBR, CH/A. .lot, wooded. BM apt*., weekly 1 or mon more?Buy direct from fac. BY OWNER Completely' 1979 FORD FAIRMONT food. Call Bob 468-1320 for free estimates MANNING

I p.m. Alateen Monday 7 bock yard chain link fenced. CUSTOM MAOI thly. NEW FURNISHED tory. large selection o4 24, .remodeled. 3 SR.one both WAGONi 200 6 cyl.. AC.. Information. 4/24 4tchg. FENCE CO.. .473-4822.

p.m. meeting, In ., kitchen equipped. D.A'I. 11 $ t R e STUDIOS. monthly only. 14. 12 wldes. COMMUNITY Family Room. Fireplace, AM/FM/caBsettou ,PB, 4, ;5/19. Keystone..TFchg
tAN rack
I "" Com 2-car garage well largefamilydining estimate local 2313 N. Temple, Starke"7cho MOBILE. HOMES SALES US Screened parch Central' speed. luggage / STEREO EVSTEMl18track BAHIA HAY. lorry

munI411-Church- tfnchg.* room, B 3/4 distributors' for completely 1_ 301 North. Open 9 to dusk.I Heat Air Nice Comer lot phone. for 964-7166....... Information.after 6p.m. I turntable. Includes, LaFollette, !itark..
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4/3. percent mortgage ash to ,woihoble nationally:: to 6 Sunday. Phone 'In Saratoga Heights. 1021 No speakers 2 mas. old. 9646273. TFchg.

LOCAL CHILD CAM-TWO mortgage. By owner. advertised Gord.. .. KITCHENETTES!, One BR ....-874..TFchg. .' ;( W. Pratt, St. Phone *equityAssumepaymnt 4/3 TF,. 7000. Excellent condition CHAIN LINK FENCE
young mother*, with'to 143,900. 473-2209 'or Draperies. Saw Enter. apartment, pool TV, AC. 'NRW HOMES..large lot* In 964.9639. Available Now. 1976 CADILLAC, COUPE ,' GE PORTABLE AUTO. material Do 'It Vdurself

provide day core for preschooler 3775704. 4/24-9/19 prices Ed or Loma utilities Included.., Totally, KEYSTONE HEIGHTS. Pick' 5/1 TFN. DtVILLRt On owner. Excellent ., WASHER. Excellent condo and save. Installation

Honing May S. Stephen 4962219. furnished., Weekly man., out your lot today or *ee BEST BUYS 3 BR, 2V4 'BA condition. Calf I >$60.00, 326 N. Water St. avallabls. Free estimates.HondyMori .

Largo fenced yard. TwoT 51 I ISOTFN. thly rale*. TEMPLE MOTEL",, ,th..28R. 3 BR A 4 BR family rm., 'place A heat 964-9565 after 5 p.m.4/24; Anytime. Itchg 5/1. Fertcel-Co.
.enack a day and lunch MISCELLANEOUSAMMICAM REASONABLEi Small frees 880 N. Temple Ave.. under construction. Immoc. home Must 2tpd 5/1. OS-MOB lUZUKIi motor- 964.8559. TFchgWATSON'I
provided. Call for Inter- and limbs cut or trimmed. Storke. phone %...7357. pump. HOUSE OP
964-5826 cylcet', 1978 crash bars,
Call ;
1 SlZ0; $250.00 par month .)or sea to appreciate. Over 1979 PINTO. or
view 478-217 Itchg SIrcARS& LEGION > Reasonable rate*. Call 9/20 TFchg., VACUUMS brandsof
ban cruise control Many
those who qualify'! 1560 iq., ft. Yellow brick. 782-3397. Itpd S/l. sissy ; ,
Highway 21 north Saturday Tony 431-1114 after 6 p.m.> other .. Showroom new vacuums. Used
I Keystone Club Estates. Walk to school 't Fenced FOR SALEi I960 Mustang 'ro'
2 7 p.rn.Public and Sunday Invited.' 1/3 TFM. MIMOSA MANOR 'MOBILE' Directions 3 ml.' southron' .back yard. VA FHA. Conventional convertible, new condition condition.9600 miles.AskIng machines available. Part

* 7TRLICKS 4tpd p.m. 5/1-22 HOME PARK mobile home SR 21 to entrance. Turn 5% down financ 6-cvl, AT. PS. $3.000 $1400. 964-8845.. Itchg and accessories for all

SHOREMASTRR ALUMINUM FOR SALE and apace for rent* Phone right and fallow rood to ing. Don't miss this. Ready or best offer. 18-20 mpg. 5/1. .vacuum ystms.< 404 NW

portable boat lift and 4682912. TFchg these beautiful lots. Call to m".ln. SHOWN BY AP. Phone 9601.8003. Itchg 5/1. ,BAKE/CRAFT SALE Teddy. 10th Ave., Gainesville
:;"" Rambler' Ambenador-' 1-ROOM KITCHENETTE TRANS AM 1979. Air cond.. Bear Lollipops. Sol., May 3 phon&376.7110.TFcbg ,
; dock. Call for free, CARPETOVBRORDEREDiFactory 473-3133 or 964-5533fdr: POINTMENT. Call Bob Harris
A/C. radio. heater. Tire demo. Weekday Completely' furnished color de-tails' BOB HARRIS_AFFORDABLE todo5533 Auto., PS PB AM/FM 9 AM > 2 PM. In front of RCA U".

1 good. A* IS--S350. 473-341 .473-2495 weekend' price., Approximately' 112 TV. By-weak or month. HOMES 327 W. ANYTIME. 327 W. Call St. 8-track .301 V-8 miles.engine Excellent 010 dc ocks. United New Vista color TV console

7 tfnchg 4/17 475-3991. tfnchg 4/10 yard>. Antron III. P.pp.rbrawn. UNDERWOOD MOTEL Hwy Call St., Stork. 5/1 Stchg Starke. Itchg 5/1, black cond.14,000 .best Pentecostal Church. Itchg model Repossessed. ,Pay
301 N Stork. 3 mile*. 4/24 $6800 or
1978 HORNET compact eta.i 5/1. balance due $184.40 cashor
GARAGE SALIt Saturday Call 496-3859. 5/1 9/15.
TFN.EFFICIENCY'. offer. Call Butch Faulkner'
tlon. wagon. Excellent eonLdJIIoiv assume payments of $2O
and Sunday. May 3 and TFN FORECLOSURE PROPERTY 1974 20 hp. MERCURY Out.
5/8.
APARTMENT 964-6534. 2tpd
cylinder..A/T. 4.. lake. 71 RtOADMASTER OVERCABtTruck board Excellent per month. Under warran
George' PERSONAL motor.
clean and Large two story home corner 1977 CHEVROLET PICK-UPl 6
Exceptionally Whit and
tAlC. new tire ,i law ty. Sewing Appliance
WIn. fishing' equipment.antiques. Camper goad condition $600. 964-8544.
well maintained newly Madison and Orange cyl., Ilka new. Long bed. .
mileage. 2600. Phone Center 3527.S W.
? otter 7 473-3318. A/C. much condition clean stove, refurbished and furnished.' Streets. Financing ,SERVICES custom dolu... A, radio Itpd 51.RIDING 'Archer Road Gainesville.
p.m. Priced toll. .
to
more. refrigerator portapotty.Call LAWN MOWER 10
ItchgS/l $140 mo. "THE COVE .available. Guaranty and heater PS/PB;, tinted 376-4466. tfnchg 5/1
"J973 CHIVHOIIT ,TRUCK 99-2272.. Itchg 5/1 496-3292 after 5 p.m. APARTMENTS Phone Federal., phan.SOQO.. windows, 16.000 actual hp.. Craftsman' : 36" cut 20'd..
UMEROCK. semi
GIANT YARD SAlli Three-
9/1 Hod 964.5065 for Information. Complete miles. $2500 equity' 'and $=. 485.1580. Itchg 9/1.
T 3/13
long bed heavy-duty family yard ale. May 2 TFchg. ;. BILL'S SAW SHOPi loads only. ALLEN '.
/24.TFN. assume payment GENERAL NURSERY STOCK
COST BUSTER BLOCKHOMIStPayments service, circular
307 sharpening
suspension. .
cu. now and 3. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.' TAYLOR. Lawt.,. Phone
. IIEPOISISSEDAmona 964-5610. Itchg 5/1. Special Priced. Houseplants
A point. now uphol.tory. exI Jasmine Ava. a* low hand ,
near 782-3172.
. cellent running condition, Keystone Beach. IKhg microwave oven. 3 BR MOBILE HOME; with sun as $190.00 mo. Sam. glow chain mower 'Iadc.hnftw, FOR SALEt 1975 Hornet compact ons-half price. O.C. .TOWEL OUTLET.TFchg colors
.tMOOV 473-2595. Only six month old. Under ground and balanced. .stationwagon.. Excellent Comes Nursery 23 mi. SE Many
Itchg 5/1 porch and carport mile a* rant. After 3'% and Alsoother
warranty. $184 cash or south of Starke. off US 301. down for qualified buyar. Leave at Jackson Building 'condition. Six of Stark on Hwy' 100 atFlorohom. priced right.
51FOR take over payment of Crosley' 'Subdivision.Last : Supply! Starke or Keystone cylinder A/T. A/C. new *. Ph. 6592165. Items new and used.
,- NO CLOSING COSTS. 3 4
WANTED- SALETWO $18.11 per month Whit*. house on right. Helen bedroom, 2 bath, HI*. TFch9ALCOHOLICS tires low mileage $2,600., 4/24 6tchg 5/29. Brlc-A-Brac Shop Hwy 21
Sewing and Appliance _. ANONYMOUS Phone after 7 p.m. N of Keyitone.' TFchg.
Jones. 5/1 2tpd 50.APARTMENTIls 18 PT.GLASTRON BOAT 225
Center, 3527 S.W. ArcherRd. Reasonably, AC/CM. Range and living" 473-3318. Itchg 9/1. 9.3 ACRES OF lANDi East cl.fronts .
ACRES near SR-IOO hp V-hull. Vinyl and
CASH FOR OOlDl Sterling near Keystone Heights. ., Galnevllle. 376-4466.'. priced. i So*, et Sol Air: rm.. Carpeted.. Call today\. Phone 964-5148 or....-7619. 1967 CHEVROLET 281 ilL deluxe accessories.top "ty limits, State Rd.
AFFORDABLE many
diamond, (Jewelry, coin tfnchg 3/20 US 30T South. 964 5333 anytime. TFchg AIRt 4-door. auto transm., 230 and Wilson grade.
t300 down $66.84 Apartment Just like n.w') Call
Will visit per SEWING MACHINE HOMES 327 W. Call will sail for .
and dental gold. month. Phone 473-4OS8. Lawt.,. after 9 PM'weekdays REMODELINO. BUILDING. $175.00 or. TFN Clear title and survey fur
your home. 1-376-5235. or 1979 SINGER FREE-ARM TFMBRADFORD :I '' \'\ St..r Storke, FL 5/1 3tchg REPAIRS New kitchen, trade for fraeier TV or air Gol.,11I.376-3619. nished. $1000 ocra. Phone

Mr. Rlttmon. ttnehg 5/1 473-4347 after 4 p.m. UNCLAIMED LAVAWAY ", VILLAGE' ,$/15." bath. family room. Brick, cond. of equal value. A 4/24. Dolph Reddlih. 9646280.
tfnchg 4/24 JHaa free arm for cuff good fishing ''car.' Call GRADE QUARTERHORSEi
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.APARTMENTSr'Taking( op- block ca crets. Fireplace or 964.6907.17 Stchg 5/1
REPOSSESSEDAmona sleeves, stretch stitches! One EM fur.nIshed'AC4 specialists. Grlfft Con. 964-6595. or "11-5073.,5/1 Gelding gentle, runs bar. BOATl Hv .
FOR RENT"i plication) 2 28R HOMES on corner 1973 SKI 17 65 hp.
microwave rels.
oven. buttonhole, Call Wayne, 782-3149
Itchg.
monogram Phone 4732108or
walled structlon. Excellent candl-
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carpet lot .With and Mercury.
month old. gazebo after
i Only six Under blind hem, etc. Sold new 6. Itpd 51.
garden potion' ; 473-2578. TFchg tion. $1 too best offer.
Rental or
WATERFRONTs' largo utility building.
HOUSE ON warranty. $1B4 costf or over$=. balance* '
Pay ,. 964.B601, 5/1 TFN. SEWING MACHINES 1979 CHEVROLET CIO LW REPOSSESSED
'c Coll 431-1428 after 5 PM.
Income.:
Modem 2BR IRA unfur- toke ever paymon", of $13860 or $12.30 per FURNISHED APARTMENTS bring good REPAIRED All make Base, power windows and Amona microwova oven.

nlihed fireplace deck $18.11 per.month. Whiles month Visa and Matterv Three room I and.,!>at..... $39.900. Ph.9647262. 5/1 cleaned oiled and ad- locks. Clean one owner. Only six months old. Under FOR Itpd SALE 9/1. OR TRADE TO

CA/C and garage. Sewing and Appliance charge accepted. To **a Utilities.;J: ,| rn 473-2479. 2tchg 3/1-8 Center 3527 S.W. Archer rhone credit manager col. \ of pets}: Phone;' 'GOLF your bag I Than lets guaranteed. James ,' Inc., Hwy take over payments of CONVERTIBLE CAR. Stereo
VACATION BIO LAU Rd., Oalneevllle. 376-4466. 904-376-4467.: tfnchg" 9645464. 5/1 TFN. take a look at this three Strickland corner MorganRd. 301 N, Works, ....-7500. 18.11) per month. Whites system over $2500 In-

BROOKLYN. Waterfront tfnchg 3/20 5/1 CAUGHT UP IN THE RENT-O- bedroom two bath and Hwy 16. TFchg 1977 OlOS CUSTOM CRUISER Sewing and Appllonca Sst.d. Son' Susul Integrated -

:. executive ecludad home. RCA It- RCA 25" RAMAt Ara you cramped located one block from; BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK WAGON all equipment full Center 3527 S.W. ArcherRd. amplifiers.Y .
Beautiful private beach New Villa color TV console, Golf Club. and one owner. 'AU-717.; San Suoul AM/Fm
New Vista color TV console and restricted l InjiooUlnyopartmea !: Keystone Over SERVICE Pump-out power Gainesville. 376-4466.
excellent swimming, *klIng model Repoed. Pay, model. Repotesed Pay' *?- Vow your' 1446 iq. ft. Complete heat Residential commercialand S3895.00.Baldwin tfnchg 3/20 stereo tuner TU-717; Son
fishing. Completely, balance due $184.40 cash balance due $1.....M coin landlord Kinder your a' air.' Family room"bn 'Industrial. Fully licens Chevrolet-Olds, Inc., Hwy SEWING MACHINE Susul pair of 4 way fivespeakers
furnished Including regulation or assume payment of$20 301 N, Works .....7500. SP-
or assume payment of 120 lifestyle' Give new .life to spacious 100x150 lot. ed. Phone 964-8121. TFchg 1979 SINGER FREE-ARM system
pool table all linen*. month. Under per month. Under warran the apnrlmenttdweiler.p Special' financing for those HORSESHOEING Trimmingor 1977 CHRYSLER NEWYORKER UNCLAIMED LAYAWAY X7000. AKAI reel.to reel

central air. Weekend or per warranty. ty. White Sewing and Appliance | Spacious, and who'quolify. Call. day or' corrective work. 13 Brougham icomplately' Has free. arm' for cutll. glass and XTAL Fertile
White and .
Sewing Appliance ,
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weekly. 9044732720.4tchg Center 3527 S.W. Center 3527 S.W. roomy 2. 3! bedroom. .night ''Ar.o.' Code year* experience. Larry loaded.) Clean like new'' sleeves, stretch stitches. head GX21SD. Pioneer
5/1-22 : Archer Road Gainesville. model with payment that '9049645533. 'AFFORDABLE LoFollatte, $fork., one awner. $3495.00.: buttonholes, monograms Quarts PLl turntable

KIYITONluLAKI Archer Road Galnesvlll 376-4466. tfnchg. 5/1 are cheaper than rent with HOMES by' Bob Harris 9646273. 12/13 TFchg Baldwin' Chevrolet.Olds blind hems, etc. Sold new PL-550. All equipment In

BROOKLYN waterfrontprivate 376-4466. tfncha 5/1 one of our special financing 327 W. Call St..Stark, HOMES BUILT remodeled. or Inc., Hwy 3OIN Stark. over$350 Pay'balance due excellent condition. 3 mi.
,
efficien SIWINO MACHINE
executive plan We have someready repaired fireplaces kit. 9647500. $138.60 or $12.30 per east of Stark SR 16
on
cy. Completely furnlhed. 1979 SINOM FREE ARM FOR RENT to move Into now. Fl. 5/1 3tchg 5/15. Chens plumbing and electrical 1976 FORD Vi. TON PICKUP month. Visa and Master- Watch for yard sole signs.

Central air. Weekend, UNCLAIMED LAYAWAY Call BOB HARRIS AF.EORDASLSNOMES 'VA __. Phone WadeBohr SW Base, 6 cyl engine withpower charge accepted.: To Sea ":: "' "
I tchli 51.1.:: ::
weekly ore monthly. Ha free for cuff ..... ". I ''
arm : ; 327 W. iV iAhis Building Contractor, steering plimre tieUit marldowrcalzlect. TRACi6i;
904-473-2720.: 4iy.bg1- ',,@Iowa@, stretch IflMhet -"THREE BEDROOM HouiEiOn 'CoII''St1It; tarite, Fl., Call, OWNER WANTS : '* Lowto)'. 7823973. TFchg. 1229S.00.Bo'dwlnChevrol..Old. I 9043764467. Ifnchg FORD '.N' Threa
3 BR house In Star*.for* lift and loka-
point power
.. 'Inc..
buttonhole, monograms, largo lot. Call 496-3798 964-9533 anytime.; 5/1 CARPENTER specialising In Hwy ,9/1
Career Position Avail.. blind hem, etc. Sold new after 6 p.m.5/1 TFN 3tchg 8/15. a doublewlde mobile remodeling screen rooms, 301 M. Starke, 964.7500. off. SI35O. 782-3449. Itchg

"WE OFFERs over$350. Pay balance due BO ACRESiAvolJable! In Worthington MOBILE HOMEs In Low..,. 2 home. Wade Behr Broker sun, decks concrete and 1977 FORD 'A TON SWB 5/1.

:A C-.M|v....*. $138.60, or $12.30 per Spring for BR CH/A. Call .....621... '' 782-3973. 5/1 TFN. block work. Phone Bud. Fleetslde V8 auto trans air' YARD SALEMay DIRTBIKEi wheel; new;
...---. NEW IN TOWN Are you 964.7816.. 3/28 TFchg cond. Runs good. One low mileage. 782-3991.'
cultivation. Reasonable. 782-3695 .
........... month. Visa and Maot day or .nlng... ..
8609 Or: 5/1 TFN.TRAILER looking for an area that NEED YOUR BIKE REPAIROf owner. $2995.00. Baldwin Itchg 5/1.
Coltof Beverly
A P."I..MMi M ftewl.. charge accepted. To ems I thru 3rd. 9 AM 5
..-.eo,_ phone credit manager col. Temple Terrace, Florida. on Griff I Loop; Na i iper has good school. and Bring It to Suzuki of Starfce, Chevrolet-Olds, Inc., Hwy3OIN.Slark..964.75OO. PM. 509 Canter St.. Stark.. 250 cc SUZUKI! Motorcycle.
neighbor? Call U.S. 301 South. Phone Purchased 'In 1979.
-- lect. 9043764467. tfnchg 813-989-4759. *.,...::8816. Itpd 5/1. friendly S/1. new
If rou to faintly. sea&I today' to Bee this lovely 3 ....-6020. Repairs on all 1978 FORD THUNDERBIRD Itchg Has low mllsoge. 'In excellent -
CALL 4732 9/1 BR 2 BA home w/famlly' makes and models ofmotorcycl. COUPE (all options) Cleanas 34 St. Clair St. Saturday. condition Call

NEW SOFAs Beige' L-shaped DR, Micacobln.t. ... 4/17 TFchg new. New firms, on.own.r. May 3. 9 AM 4 PM. 964.56300h.r 5 tchg
room sep. p.m. ;
iota, half price. $300. GUITAR LESSONS Flat pickIng .' $489900 BaldwinChevroletOlds. CANCELLED IF RAIN., Itchg -
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2-boy 5/1
Roberts garage.sun
nltItJSfRVICfS.: ; Phone 473-4367. Itpd 5/1 Inc., 5/1.
-
deck located onprestigious finger picking and Hwy ."RESTONIC" MATTRESS R,
ir TRI-HUll BOAT. Johnson Rd. rhythm techniques. 301N. Stark, .....7500.. Frl., Sat.B Sun., May 2. 3, 4.'
onron Besient BOX SPRINGS Firm. New
85HP .with depth-finder.. Estate Acoustic or alectric. 1966 AMERICAN MOTORS 12 noon fit 6pm. Self-
the hospital on a In One only
near
: : Johnson trolling motor. Real. beautiful 130x160 ft. 'lot. 964-7076. 4/24 2tchg 5/1. AMBASSADOR. 4-Dr. ThisIs defrosting refrig. with Ice $123.76.wrapper.Call Dempsey
drive-on trailer and other CHILD CARE IN MY HOME good (one owner) maker; electric stove: new
\\473-4340 "extra touch*$." $3,925. Many ..tro.. Under Large backyard. Lunch and transportation. Check this Midland homebase CB: Motel 964-7591. Itpd S/1.
964-7828 .986.Njemple 60000. Financing FHA.' out and don't walk. NEW AND USED FURNITURC
Call
473-3869. Itchg 5/1 snacks provided. washer and dryer; cash '
or Conventional 9 1%- Porch
VA 1"9S.bo. Baldwin and appliances.
|'GAS POWERED 9647330. 4/24 2tchg 5/1. register and adding
\\473-42S2 down. Ready to move In on Certified Chevrolet'Olds. Inc., Hwy rockers. BARGAIN
TUTORING t
GENERATOR), $179; upright ASSOCIATES! machine; and many' other
Juno 1. Call today: after 964-7500.' CENTER. US 301 -South
301 N. Starke.
For'more Information
Teacher.

.Ink.
Repair Of MaJor' framer $150; Items. 3 mi. East of Starke
refrigerator combination Weekends; and Evenings Call you Inspect this site. You call 964-6113. 4/24 on SR 16: Watch for yard 9646679. TFchg

Electric Appliances $150. Phone 473-3752. Cor- Richard Roberts.944-858 Judith, Frynn 964-8384 can still choose colors and 2tchg 51.I".ITUAL sale slgnl. Itchg 5/1. PLUMBING FIXTURES, windows
.
carpets. "You'll be glad ADVISOR on all MISCELLANEOUSWANTED doors, pipes, plus
Serving Bradford t Clay. ner of Immokalee Road Ann ..964-5BS9 reftVSIIcox-4-45" CORNER OF IMMOKAIEE
did"' Call BOB HARRIS problems' of life. Private 10.OOO other Items now at
you
Counties and Pleasant Point. John Langf erd-"'1-3114 William Canon-9648704loreen POINT ROAD Keystone
after 6 consultation Phone forappointment. Handmade crafts US 301
9645533. Center.
p.m. Bargain
l.wr.nc. Blvd, | Keystone Keystone Height Itchg Canon-.*...1704 Lucille Spry.964-842O Heights. Saturday. May 3.
"73-3133.5/1 3tchg 5/15. 782-3991. quilting. crocheting.knitting. South Starke. TFchg
, 5/1 Waters.964-6941 Over 50valuable
Kay 10 AM 4 PM.
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RECLINER-.green leather.rocllnstr (TWO YEAR OLD HOUSE on'. Itchg 5/1. ceramic' decorotlona POOL TABLE 4x8 ft. regulation .

Did Von Know? !r In.good condition.Phone4733324. ..These home should qualify for Now Financing at 2V acres.$1500' Lawtey dawn. Wade'.'":'' soon and to open baby Items Consignment 'for' priced. Items reasonably tabl. 7 cue sticks withcorner
Only stand. 2 sets of
WANTEDGOOD
Itchg 5/1 1IVt% maximum Interest.. Shop. Please call 40B LAURA STREET behindJones
782-3973 5/1
Behr Broker balls. $300. Phona
-- Fays Crouse.: 782-3217. Funeral Ham..
That I Have A Cleaning, Plnewaad Dr. 2 Br. II, IB. FR. Dr. earner lot. TFN. PRICES, PAID for used 4/24 2tchg S/. Saturday, May 3. 9 AM to 2 964 8102 after 1 4 p.m..4/24

Service In The Keystone OPPORTUNITIESWANTED Pratt St. 3 I.. 2 B, IR, '.. Den with stone fireplace, mobile homos If mortgageIs PM. Baby bad car seat 2tchg S/l'
DR. Screened Porch. 3/4 paid OLiN'S LOST Whito gold necklace dresser chest desks. TRAVEL TRAILER 1972. 23 ft.
Height Area? I!! or more.
People from all .Searing $1 3 '.. .1%. B. IS-DR combo. Den lovely HELP ,1 MOBILE HOME SALES Monday morning vicinityof small appliances.radio Terry Self-contained; A/C;
Necklace Is
After Business I'fouraContact walk, of life that are In- Yard. ,, 964-5606. Open 7 day past office. many household Items. Excellent' condition. $3500.

: _tad In working from Off 230A ,... 28. LR.. FR, OR Lg. laundry .,...... I w, weekly. TFchg gift from mother.son and REWARD.valuableto CANCELLED IF RAIN. Itchg Call 9648791. 4/24 2tchg
the home. For free Information acte lot. WANTED WANTED Mobile home axles S/l. 5/1..
5/1.
Elaine Ashley tend tamped .SR U West- 2 I..1 B.FR with Fireplace" IR,WON Com- and II.... Will pick up. 9645018. Itpd GARAGE SALE Saturday. 14 FT. BASS BOAT w/traller.

Cleaning Contractor self-addressed envelope to' ... '- ,1 OLIN'S MOBILE HOME May 3. 9 AM 6 PM. 762: 20 HP motor, Mercury.

G.A. Reid P.O. Box 126. .3 BR 11 an 2 acre*.All appliances Incl..screened porch. NEED WOMAN SALES. 9645606. Open 7 MOBILE HOME ./N, Walnut St. Mostly' $995. 9647200.,
>, KH 32656.4tpd 9/1-5/22 housework on Fridays.Must days a week.' TFchg
4751579Lake West en Morgan Rd. Clothes. I Itpd 51._
have own Iransp. Call 1 ,CASH FOR COINSi Gold 'INSURANCE'HOMEOWNERS THREE FAMILIES Saturday

Yard SatoSaturday. Out-of-town i 964-6750. Ilcng5l.MOOILtv silver sterling dental May 3, E 'AM -'5 ''PM.Chlldr.n' Well
gold Gf scrap jewelry optical
? Conavo frames, etc. J.R. Bull- POLICIES clothes games,

100 ft X: 436 ft.Lots I' May 3 Ington 964-6250 TFchg. AT IOlin's .toys size. 9 wedding gown ,..DriIUn,,
Restricted for 1850 .3 1..2., Den A FR. ever, acre lot So. an 231 lakeButler. HOMKSIRVICE WANTED News anKlngsley ft S tE T 'SI 'Many miscellaneous Items. 2"""Thr4! 0"
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sq. 10 AM to 4 PM ONLY. Make owner an off...." POLES lake far 3 weeks -------- Itchg S/1. .1 "

ft. minimum building .3 BR, 2 .. new kitchen tile, lake view, reduced for sale.X '' preferably Juno or July. Mobile, ': f Fast Rotary
size In Bradford County. Hlllcrest BO, I B, our first! VIM or ERM large corner lot with : 'loot tM.I*: I Family of sin. Call collect. .. t; BIRCH'S i :ii rllllrtQq_
........ Dr. Wllhelm 309-584-3919. Horo Salts j
5R-100 at 219. Plant .Crosby lake Shores Furnished DW.-IR. '.. DR. 2 BR.2B 4/17 3tchg' 5/1 FREE QUOTES IPM PEST CONTROL -1ATK.UCENSED 1
Tool Furniture Collectable '
SIMPSON CH/A. on approx. 7 acres. WANTED TO RENT Small 2 Phone .
Household 64-5f09, Pumpa
_* .Eunice Rd. _2 BR I B.LR-DR Cameo... CH/A an approx. to 3 BR house; preferrabfyIn .'. .',9S4-5534

Good Appliance $ acree.Klngsley. the country. ASAP. Saint U. Olinrm", "e Peat' Control. tow "
Treasure and Trmh.i a Usedsalespartsservice
Jax.3564UO-24hrs. lake- 2 story/4 BR IB Let FR. DR, CH/A. epprox. Responsible couple with Protection a
Itpd 9/1. child. Place call %4-5606 '
G'viIlo.3T7-7"6-U1sM 2 acre let.Starta i :
-, Country Clue. BeauttM WO01W lot. after 6 p..... S/! TF!" .

Sol Brick 4 BR 2V4. B, IR, FR with llreeleca.. Don. DR. laundry ..FILL LIM'RQiK o E-Z Terms

large Kitchen, Breakfast ._. CH/A large Petto ;' P CIALIiOUSU."ItESSUII -

DAHMERST.V. are phi peal .lovely large lot., \ SEPTIC TANK 04stAiLCA711]I "g-lumbIns;

REPAIRS USED TVS FOR SALE] : RIG* Best 3 BR. 2 B. L.. FR, DR. CH/A B sere let.Fersytfl CLEANeD
'
Rd. 8%'' ecreejOH New Installation
..ANq PAIHTID CallilCARDIII I IR 0 S ..c-6
GUARANTEED.- SR 16 2 BR MH on ........ I2' ecre*. .
CLEANED !
lawtey -3. BR.28.LR DR FR with fireplace, en approx.S I MOBILE. HOMff PRESSURE Remodeling Rapalra

Ph.884.78'_ act. ... \ AND KOOL COATED

SRIOO East -J. 2 BR; I.... DR. on eppresi. 9/18 acre. let., ,PRESSURE CWUilIXTlIIOfI OF YOU*HOME
TOPP
< BR2M 3 I.. IB. en approx. 2 acres.:- NSR I REMOVE DAMAGING MILDEW BUGS AND STAINS.ETC.i. HOPp.

IN REMODELING: > : I* lost 4 I.. IV* B. LR Dais PR. .".... Vi' aero Chemical I Cleaning Can Uswelry Save Von Front Ale WUWZHr. 11 PUMP

,\\1 tot. Expensive Paint Job And Add Year Ta Yaw! ExistingPaint.

OLD BATHSRscHsea Off SR 221-.1... 2B,IR- k.DR." ..Slene.fireplace. en eppvax. -- .1 *Bulldozer Work TRUCK air

Worn Out.Shabby THaa.Proreialonally B acres. Jilroe letl-ON Clearing targo or Small uppilt, !

Clean And PJegrout WINES e Floor. ; *lMdFIIi TOPS r
.Town_ SPECIAL Pond .Q9ARfiNYStarke!

Marble e Quarry; Ceramic e Sheet Vinyl a vinyl Tile ,4tI Extra L:' PricesCaryMcCoHjJm,
Bearing St. 4 BR U. LR.'fC; Don. DR Lg. Utility, SIZIHOMCfamURI WILBUR VY, 'Nli

ROBERT KITCHENS TILE: CH/A Screened Recreation Room Lovely ...... ANY CLEANED $34.1 ; 1f.4,

.1.WW R**!* IT* Large 2 siNwy fvpny kvofw*) 0". 196'.41! "r ;:ANY .MOBILE MOMS FOR $24.83.CALICOLLECTI""i .. WATERS t-804ii,4 e.

"473"e >et _unless it H'JI..ot..Li..fo.. I -- P80 W.M*_ Bt,...... Aa

< Basfiiaes OaaerhmHy-Ceeinsarclal! and IMne .. Bu .
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en Ml Call tedayl :. .' J Jj,j !) l-I 7;!JI h, Mclntoctl. Fie.
Estimates. fI1'itt,... ... i "".41 Home
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to! Poll : Rescue Attempt ApplaudedBut ,




Hit rat 1) Should Have Been'Sooner


SU
plo Keystone Heights said, "It should
lack of and mechanical r
The failed President the planning
attempt by
dis have been done within 24 hours of taking -
1 Carter last week to rescue the failure involved in the. rescue at '
the hostages/
JaiHit hostages held In Iran has brought tempt. at law
Heights attorney
mixed reactions from people In Clay Yet despite the failure, many said Keystone
Myron Prevatt commented, "In my
Union and Bradford Counties.A they would back a second attempt by
for should
Carter to -the hostages if,ho opinion the rescue attempt
taken Bradford rescue
the
Ml survey by have been made at a much earlier 7r
County Telegraph, the Union County chose to take such action again.
Ke date when conditions were more
sta Times, and the Monitor revealed that Lake Butler attorney Bobby jClrby
chaotic than they are at this present
of said trying to rescue the hostages was,
Ma although most the 37 people Inter time. The element of surprise would
viewed backed Carter's rescue attempt the right move but he added Carter
have been and with a much
PaS many felt it was an action that should /have done something long larger chance greater of success."
Int I should have been taken earlier. before now. few believed
A people questioned
teain Some of the people surveyed aimed Many people surveyed held that diplomacy was the best way to deal
I their criticism not at Carter, but at same opinion. Tommy Tomllnson ofBobby with the Ira.ilan situation. Glenda

..
corcle .. t Peeples of Lake Butler said, "We
,
should have continued' to try
theI diplomatic channels"but she added,
Florida Theatre! would favor another try to extract the
boj r 1 hostages from Iran. '
Un Slyvester Warren, of Lake Butler,
KH said "We should have waited and f
Ke; Starke- 964-5451 tried;more diplomacy." He said in the r/ l
poi r rtir. long run, the failure of the mission )
dis Fri. Sat. & Sun. could hurt Carter In the bid for the
anc presidency.Several "
people criticized equipment
failure.Madeline Crozier of Keystone
Heights said "I don't understand it
i STEVEMARTIN all when a nation like ours with the

1HJI I brains and the technology to put a .,
man on the moon can't coordinate an
s operation like this rescue mission any .
In1tieJER better than It did." ...
Inc Richard Ables, also of Keystone .",
J Heights, said, "With the number of -

dri }< troops Involved they almost had to ""';
am abort. They were too exposed. In the ..:;
Entebbe raid, there were more than :
beB 300 men. Ninety men is not combat .
A UNIVERSAL PICTURE _I!!! force." ,.

I . .."....... Most people Interviewed praised ,-.
tin Carter for his effort and would back r
him again if he attempted another
aman SHOW/TIMES. rescue. .:

: "Mr. Carter is doing a wonderful .
1 7 '
Friday p m. 8:55:
p.m. .7
1 hould JOb, said Beatrice Jackson of Starke.
Marat Sat. & Sun. 5.10: 7 p.m, 8:55: p.m. Kirby- 'He has to do what his advisors tell ;
have tried sooner. him to do. He made a wise step" she FSP Guard Shot With Zip-Gun ;
said, adding that she would back him :
T 301 Drive-In again if he attempted a rescue. -

Ginger Manning, Starke, said "I A Inmate last When Price bent to the
I i + 30-year-old at Florida Despres' escape took place two over pick up
wo think he did a good job, even though it State Prison shot a classification officer years ago when he and another In- 'clipboard Despres shot him with the
Fri. & Sat. failed. I think he needs be
to
encouraged
with a zip gun Thursday mornIng mate escaped from the FSP garment zip gun and then drenched the guard
tea Kris Kristofferson z right now, not criticized. April 24, but the prison employeewas factory. Both were recaptured short with boiling water, according to the
In One who asked be
woman not to
pa r not seriously Injured by the time later In the prison. FSP spokesman. .:,
identified,said of the rescue attempt, homemade pistol. The gun has not been recovered by
orl, "The mission had to be tried Insteadof William W. (Bill) Price, 56, a The attack on Price occurred when prison investigators. The zip gun was
thi doing nothing. It's easy to criticize.If classifications officer, was hit in the Despres reached and knocked a clipboard made from a piece of pipe with a rub-
it would have succeeded, everyone" upper back as he walked past the cello from Price's hand as the prison ber spring that usually shoots sharp
ho'I would been it.
have applauding Raymond R. Desprea on the north employee passed his cell. steel fragments. ; J
"" wing of FSP the maximum security
pe \' unit and was also drenched with a.pot .;:
Mistrial Declared in Case of
7 Plus"Invasions. "<\I of boiling water. I
tI Price was more shocked than hurt,
ChII of theBodySnatchers" f according to a prison spokesman.Price .
was treated;and released from Lawtey Correctional OfficerA "
III t
,' -J .. t 4) the emergency room of North Florida

dotre' .,.,. :A:. Regional Hospital Gainesville.
.
... mistrial declared In the trial In other cases:
I .. .. .. Despres was charged by officials was
,
with attempted murder. No one could of Jackie Jerome White 25, of Speed- I
1Th SUN. MON jflhKI skit. speculate on a motive. vllle a former Lawtey Correctional Michael Anthony Coleman changed .
Desprea Is serving a life sentencefor Institution officer charged with taking his plea to' guilty of burglary of'

put YOURSELF i in THEIR pbcl the October 1973! robbery of a marijuana onto prison grounds. Register Oil Company last August IS
Jacksonville drug store in which a After 3's-hours of deliberation a while armed with a .20- uage shotgunin I
Holiday Glenda Peeples-try hostage and $250 was taken, according Bradford County circuit court jury of circuit court action Tuesday, April
channels to prison records. Prior to that three men and three women found 29. The state dropped charges against
diplomatic Despres was imprisoned for car theft itself hopelessly deadlocked and a Coleman of grand theft of a
Hook b' and has earned a reputation within mistrial was ordered Monday, April .30( .calibre rifle and burglary of a
the prison system as an escape artist.In 28, by Judge R A. Green, Jr. White metal cash box from the home of An-
PLUS.Teenage .. '} addition to his life sentence, was charged with taking 9.2 grams of nette Kitchens 1020 East Call Street,
Joey Starling, far right- f"il ( Despres has been sentenced to 26 additional marijuana onto prison grounds last Starke, last Nov. 27 Judge Green
Tramp years on four separate escape November 20. ordered a presentence investigation
backs the charKes.WEPDY'S.GIVES White will be tried again but no (PSI I.! No date was'set\for sentencing.
attempt J
date has been set.
Lt. F,D. Camp LVVC1 investigator, 'County Judge Elzie Sanders will
testified that White was searched in sentence Inmate Frank J. Barankothis
the office of Major F.F Manning who Monday, May 5, at 8:30: a.m. at
Florida State Prison. Baranko was
found In
a cellophane package a
pocket of White's uniform pants that found guilty several months ago of
contained the marijuana. Camp writing letters threatening the life of
testified the package contained 9.2 Department of Corrections Secretary
grams of a substance identified by the Louie L. Wainwright.On .

YOU Florida Department of Law Enforce- April 21 Baranko pointed out to
ment FDLE) crime lab as marijuana Judge Sanders that he had not received
a copy of his presentence in-
White admitted he bought the marijuana vestigation. Baranko was provided a
but said he did not remember copy of the report, but sentencing was
having it in his pocket when he wentto delayed. -
work.
White testified that last Nov. 19, a Judge Sanders sentenced Barankoto
JLA V/JT ITUJriLl Monday, his car broke down enroute two years in state prison for writing
letter to Tallashassee
from his home work a threatening
to and that he r
called the to notify LWCI officials prison employee Malcolm Geddis.
prison
Baranko convicted in that case in
he would not be in for work. was
YOUR MONEY said a separate trial several I months ago.
FOR White he got the car started I
The sentence is to run concurrentlywith
and drove to Gainesville where he hadit
repaired. While in Gainesville, a four year term Dade for forgery and
theft from
White testified he purchased $10 grand County.

worth of marijuana on the street. He Geraldine Simmons of Starke was
said he bought because he wanted to
placed on probation April 21 for two
t
P smoke it. years for battery of Starke police officer
k On cross examination White Richard A. Bennett last Jan. 3
; testified he didn't, remember,when he
by kicking Bennett in the shins when
went to work, that the marijuana was the officer
was investigating an argument
r ,r? f. is ww still in his left hip pocket. at 922 North Street In Starke.


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:Celebrates 90th Honored At

Birthday April 20 Buffet Dinner

Mrs..Walla Lipsey celebrated her i Friday evening the Sinclair homeon
1 ,:' y I 90th birthday Sunday!April JO lat a East Call street was the setting for
., rru dinner party daughter. a buffet dinner honoring Miss Kitten
Mrs. Foster Sevenat her home on Hull and Steve Denmark, whose wed
W. Madison Street. ding will be an event of May 17.
The dining table was covered with Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Chastain of
hand appliqued green and white cloth Gainesville, son-in-law and daughterof
and was centered with a silver compote Mrs. Sinclair joined in honoring
I filled with roses. The 80 family; the couple.
members attending were seated at Punch and hors d'oeuvres were
card tables covered with pastel colored served on the patio as the guests arrived -
cloths centered with rose buds. Mrs. Chastain, assisted by
Mrs. Walla ,Howland Lipsey. 'was Mrs. Marlie Sanderson, slater of the
t" born on April 19 1890 in Suwannee prospective' groom, served punch
County about 12 miles from Live from an antique crystal punch bowl.
i i1 Oak. She is a former school teacher Arrangements of spring flowers
tii" and taught in Lafayette and Suwannee were used in the party rooms and on
"I" Counties and at Spring Lake, Fla. the patio.Dinner.
: .< It/JI'J./ A former student of hers Murry Goff i was served In the dining
W' I ''J', :. of Jacksonville was a guest at the din room from the buffet. The tables were
1,., .:44 I',.' '. covered with Imported pink linen
".,. .' ner.She married Jimmy Lipsey In 1914 cloths and centered with white bridal
., :,;.J.._.. .
; ; K-4-""' JJ:: and they had two daughters: Mrs. floral arrangements.
Mr. and Mrs.John W". Sr; Clara Belle Wright Mrs. Mary Miss Hull was presented a 'dainty
Anne Smith in whose' home.she has white mum corsage and the honored
John W. Kenneys. Sr. variegated peach and yellow rose lived for the past 20 years. couple was given the platter to their
buds and flanked by three branch chosen casual china.
h' Celebrate' Prior to' moving to Starke, Mrs.
candle holders with peach colored Lipsey owned a hotel In Branford and Among the guests. were Mr. and ... I
Anniversary candles. Mrs. Bob Johnson sister of gave room and board to many people Mrs. Joel M. Hull, Sr., parents of the
=: Mrs. Kenney cut the cake. from various walks of life in and bride-to-be, Mrs. Katherine Snead,
==- Mr. and Mrs. John W. Kenney, Sr. Behind the cake table were three around Branford. s 4zi grandmother, Mrs. Katheryn Dancy
:=celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding large silver bells with large bow hungat Mrs. Llpsey, an honor member of r rrit r ,i aunt all from Palatka. Mr. and Mrs.
'anniversary Sunday, April 13, at a the top of the window with Happy the Bradford County Hospital Auxiliary Joel M. Hull, Jr.. brother and sister-
reception at their home on Bayless Anniversary underneath.The is known for the many puppetsshe in-law Mr. and Mrs. S.G. Denmark
Highway given by their children. punch table was covered with a made for the children who were parents of the prospective groom and
Miss Virginia Ann Kenney and Mr. yellow satin cloth with white lace hospitalized In the hospital. She is a Mr. and Mrs. Marlie Sanderson of
:and Mrs. Kenney Jr. overlay and centered with a crystal member of the UDC and a member of Gainesville.
'.: : Mrs. Gerald Baldwin greeted the punch bowl. Mrs. Jimmy Thornton the First United Methodist Church.A .
:guests at the door and presented them presided at the punch bowl. program with tributes to Mrs. -
of Mr. Mrs. Owen Alvarez. Jr. presided at her Engaged Couple ,
:to the receiving line composed Lipsey were given by sister
the gift table which was covered witha Louise Hines and Honored At
_::and Mrs. Kenney, their daughter her neighbor.
"-Virginia Ann Kenney and daughter- white linen cloth over yellow satin Shirley Andrews. Poetry was retailand Two Parties'Miss
-:-in-Iaw. Mrs. John Kenney, Jr. Miss and edged with yellow lace. some of Mrs. Llpsey's favorite
:Phyliss: Stalnaker kept' the guest hymns were sung Highlights of the Cindy Smith and Larry White,
;::book At points of interest in the party Howland family history was read by Mr.and Mrs.J.D.Gasklns whose wedding will be an event of
:' Behind the receiving line was a rooms were arrangements of peach Mrs. Louise Hines of which the family May 24, were honored with a
;'J large silver and white wreath with and yellow silk flowers with silver had some good laughs and some fond delightful patio' supper Saturday
silver bow and 25 in the center. Also in leaves bells and hearts. memories were renewed. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gaskins night April 26. at the home of Mr. and
Lithe living room was an arrangementof The guest book was kept at a small Mrs. Lipsey's words of wisdom fora Mrs. Drew Reddish in Green Acres.
yellow carnations. and variegatedroses. oak table which held a picture of thecouple'l long profitable life are "put your Celebrate 50th Anniversary Co-hosts were Dr. and Mrs. H.H.
wedding In a silver frame on faith in God and have faith In God, Adams. Mrs. Joan Chllty Mr. and
In the dining room the cake table one end and an arrangement of peach and have family prayer, don't be Mrs. S.G. Denmark and Mr. and Mrs.
was covered with a full gathered skirt and yellow silk flowers at the other afraid to work hard having a good A reception honoring Mr. and Mrs. centered with a matching flower ar Warren Winkler:
overlayed with a white organdy cloth. end. family to make life worth living and J.D. Gaskins on their 50th wedding rangement' and a gold candelabrawith Guests were greeted at the door by
The sides of the table were draped A large yellow and peach silk rose each day to try and live in a self- anniversary was held at the four burning tapers. Silver trays Mrs. Reddish and invited into the party
with garlands of sliver rope. In the bud arrangement was used on the bar forgetting way so that our thoughts Heilbronn Baptist Church Fellowship held mints and nuts. The punch table rooms and out onto the patio and
front of the table were silver leaves between the dining room and kitchen. and prayers might be for others',. Hall on April 20 from 3-5 p.m. hosted was centered with a crystal punch swimming pool area.
and silver bells. The three tiered cake Elizabeth Stalnaker served as floor Out-of-town guests were from by their daughters Mrs. Melba bowl encircled with white and yellow The bulfet table In the dining room

was topped with a white and silver hostess. Tallahassee, Miami, Jacksonville, .Williams, Mrs. James Lee and Mrs. pompoms and fern. was centered with an arrangement of
cake made of white bells roses, ribbon Approximately 120 guests called Live Oak, Lake City St. Petersburg, "Glenn Normam'". Mrs. Lowell King greeted the apricot tropicana roses on a white
J' and centered with: silver. .between: .\the.appointed'.' hours- ""ot.2" and.. '- -Gainesville and Montgomery: Ala. ,. -, ...r..A._ *,. j_"': j' 'guests at the door.-Mn..Eugene Nor- linen cloth Small dining tables were ....
The cake won" with I p.m. Assisting Mrs. Smith In serving .Two arrangements of white cr- man kept the guest book. set up throughout the party rooms for
I were Mrs. Stephen Smith, Mrs. Jim- yellow pompoms along with daisies Standing In the receiving line were the 25 couples attending The tables
my Smith and Mrs. Levon Andrews.Woman's and baby's breath with burning Mr. and Mrs. Gaskins, Mrs. Melba were covered with I red and white
yellow tapers I in the middle com- Williams Mrs. Mary Lee and Mrs. tablecloths and were centered with
;ISM Club plimented the cake table, which was Glenn Norman. bud vases holding roses. Other arrangements
centered with a three tiered anniversary Cutting the cake was Mrs. Dean of roses and tropical
Coming Events cake in yellow and white with a Cassels and Mrs Bob VanPelt. Serv- hanging baskets were placed
t' .wal gold The base of the cake ing punch was Mrs. Norman Dowdy, throughout the home and patio. ;;
Future everts of the StarkeWoman's r
1'r- tiAbove. was encircle with white and yellow Jr., and Mrs. Walter P. Luke. Following the BarQue Chicken ....
Club include
the annual pompoms and fern. Assisting In serving were Mrs. J.C. and Ham supper. the guests enjoyed ':.' '
May Breakfast, Saturday, May 17 at Two palms and a large basket of Hobbs and Mrs. Don Hardenbrook.. an evening of. informal and relaxed :: I
the club house.
10:30 Tickets a.m. at each be matching flowers formed a back drop Approximately 225 guests called .hospitality around the pool and patio. ::
at $3.00 may purchased for the wedding table.' between the appointed hours 3 and 5 The honored couple were presented .',
at Store
J Stump's Dept. The refreshment table was p.m. with a large Ice Cooler as a memento "
Leila's Dress & Gift Shop Bradford
of the occasion. Enjoying the evening c:
Square Florist Mrs. James M.
r ; with Cindy and Larry were their ::
Blackshear and at the door. Weeks UDC
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. .-_
The club will sponsor a Pianothon To Meet May 7 Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. Olin White, ?
Monday, May 26, from 4:30 until 9:30 .;:
p.m. at the club house for the benefitof W.T. Week's Chapter VUDC. will JrOut. -
of town Mr. and :
were
'f, the club and for community pro- meet Wednesday. !May 7. at 3 p.m. at Mrs. Mike White guests and Mr. and Mrs. .-:_
Steak House.
the Western Steer
l-r: Linda Johns .\ S"III.lc: (,..>. (;1'1'1'1 Greco, and Muriel (;.ilhisdy.Hospital .
: Mrs. G.J. McGrtff.! Sr.
be chairman.
fora
Sponsorships may purchased .. . . -
donation off 1.00 each or admissionat r Mrs. George Flynn. Sr. and Mrs N B.
Auxilliary Holds Installation the door for $1.00. Rosier.
Miss Smith was complimented at a
Teachers include
participating : gadget shower Tuesday night at the
I The Installation of officers and Mrs. Clarisse Stephens was accepted Miss Louise Stern. Mrs. George home of Mrs. Henry Godwin given by
Canova Mrs. Lavon Griffis
Drives Mrs.
I resentations was held at the as a new member. Myrtie the Methodist Women's Sunday
. Hospital Auxiliary dinner-meeting President Doris Overstreet Cindy McRae. Mrs. Debbie Woodfin Donald Hale School class.
Mrs. Mona and Miss
Monday night at the Western Steer presented Dave Libby, guest speaker All Canova other Ellen Wed April 24 Spring flowers were used to advan-
Steak House.At who thanked the members for all George. teachers' of this tage at points of Interest the party
an impressive installation Becky their help and assistance. He also explained area are Invited to have their pupils. Myrtie Griffis of, Macclenny and rooms. The refreshment table was
Basford installed the following of- the new EKG machine that play during the event. Donald Hale of Lawtey were united in covered with a white lace cloth and
ficers: president Doris Overstreet; was recently installed. Please contact Mrs. Mona Canova marriage Thursday.. April 24. at 6 centered with the same flowers.
president-elect Bernandine Early; Clara Hazen. service award chair 9645212. p.m. at the Trail Restaurant in Approximately 15! friends attended
first fice-president. Ada Reddish; se- man, reported that during the past Lawtey with Millard Jordan performing between the hours 7:30 and 9 p.m. including -
cond vice-president, Mildred Frick; year 46 ladies have put in 3,246 Nat'l Ladies Day the ceremony. Mrs. Robert Smith and Mrs.
recording secretary, Muriel Gilhooly; volunteer hours at the hospital. 22 Pamila Griffis was an attendant. Olin While.
corresponding secretary, Nellie ladies received award pins including Of Prayer May 2, LIRa McDowellWilliam

McGee; treasurer Linda Johns; Bernandine Early who received her The Ladies Auxiliary of the Starke Carter Herbert Greens
chaplain Cerri Green. Each officer 2500 hour pin, Arthurine Blanchard a Church of God will be sponsoring a Christie Redding,
was given a long stemmed flower 1500 hour pin and Gladys Mooty her prayer service in observanceofethe Lisa McDowell, Carl Torode Host Rehearsal
symbolic of their station. 1000 hour pin.Preceding Pentecostal Women's World Dinner FridayMr.
Rose McConnell. finance chairman the meeting dinner was Day of Prayer Friday,.May 2. from 10 William Carter'Plan Wedding May 3
reported the Auxiliary cleared $2608at .served at tables graced with bud a.m. to 12 noon. Sept. WeddingMr. Miss Christie Redding and Carl and Mrs Herbert Green enter
the County Fair booth. vases holding rose buds and a large A nursery will be provided and Torode will be united in marriage tained at a dinner party Friday nightat
Midge Frick reported that it was arrangement of pink and red roses.baby's lunch will be served following the ser- and Mrs. Gene McDowell of Saturday. May 3,at 8 p.m.at the First the Western Steer Steak House for
necessary that all new members at- breath and leather leaf fern vice. Raiford announce the engagementand Baptist Church with a reception their son. Herbie and fiancee, Lisa
tend the orientation meetings which centering the head table. The center The church extends si warm approaching marriage of their, following at the' First United Henderson. after the couple's wedding -
Is a tour of the hospital conducted by piece at the head table was presentedto welcome to any lady In the community daughter. Lisa Anne to William Benjamin Methodist Church Fellowship Hall rehearsal. .
Dave Libby hospital administrator.Mrs. Mrs. Early as a door prize. 35 to come share in this special prayer Carter,.son of Mr. and Mrs. All friends and relatives are invitedto Guests dined at a U-shaped- table
Basfor: hospitality shop members and two guests attended.: time with the church at 422 N. St. William E. Carter of Starke. attend. where the head table held an.arrangement -
chairman, reported on the new stock The next meeting will be Monday. Clair street. Starke. A September wedding Is planned. of mixed roses.
being added to the shop, including May 26. at 6.30: p.m. at the Western The 26 attending Included the I
Mother's Day. and Father's. Day Steer where annual reports will- be Austin Fenders Mrs. Ricky Mosley Wayne Mcintyre honored cou immediate parents, wed-
items. given. Celebrate 45thAnniversary Shower Honoree Speaks To ADK ding party families andoutof
town guests.
Mrs. Ricky Mosley was honored at' Alpha Gamma The young couple presented gifts to.

Mr. and Mrs. Austin Fender 'a stork shower Tuesday April 22, at' Wayne Mcintyre of the Starke their. attendants during the, dinner.

celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary the home of Mrs. Lewis Bennett with ,Police Department was guest sneaker ,
Sunday April 27. at a family co-hostesses, Mrs. 'Dot. Geiger. and. at the Alpha Gamma chapter
luncheon. Miss Joan Bennett. Delta Kappa meeting March 10 held Engagement '

Mr. and Mrs. James Fender and The party rooms were decorated I II in the Episcopal Parish Hall. Postponed.;
family and Mr. and Mrs. Wlnfred' I with bouquets of roses. The gifts were i
Tomlinson and family treated their received in a bassinet decorated with. Mclntyto': spoke on pedestrian. The engagement of I\flaa"Vickle L?, .
parents with a luncheon at the pink and blue boWl and streamers. burglary and fire safety. Norman. and Clyde, Byron Ter ''::
a I Western Steer Steak House in honor of The refreshment table was covered The devotional was given by Janet Aillegar, III has been postponed by .'.
the occasion with a white lace cloth over blue linen Neighbors and the business meeting mutual consent. ..=. I
and centered with a bowl of pink was opened by president Sandra. Dun- ;; :'1;, -I r :., I
... .. .. floating roses flanked,by'pink and can. 7. .
blue booties. Refreshments of .salads Open House I i'
!Mr. and Mrs. Randall Chism had as and served. r .
cupcakes punch were
last weeks guests Mrs. CbIIm'lllIterand Plans were made'for the annual Cancelled 't. ;
Games were the party
gl t brother-blawt' Mr. andMrs. hour and prizes!awarded: May The dinner.nominating committee The"open house'1 to be held Saturday ;,' .:..
Louis Angelotto and son Louis) from at the home of Mrs. Maxie -

..err Roseland. N.J. Little Woman reported for on 19110-a slate'u. prospective. officers .Carter,Jr., has been cancelled. ;

Mrs. George Muter spent Friday to Dames FrMay Prior to...the regular business .. :
in ... meeting refreshments were served by
Tuesday with her grandchildren :
Jacksonville while Mr. and Mrs.Jack The LlulelWamen's: Club.will'iponsor the hostesses Mary Agnes Ferguson, Mr, and Mrs. 'R bble Shaller spent
'H.dy. MootyItrrrtvr Arthurine Blanchard dance Muriel Gay and Anne Miller. the weekend with Mrs., Wyolene i
Miller a Friday night from 9
In St. on p.m.
were Petersburg
me Hour Pin Receive, 1500 Hour Pin business. to 1 a.m. a, the club house. ,, .' ,Bradley Leesburg and also visited 4
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Patricia Williamson Miss Christie Redding

Shower Honoree Honored at I

Miss Patricia Williamson May 31 SeveralPQrties: -
f GIFTTanTER ( bride "' eleot wAs' honored at a Mist Christie'' whose marriage
Redd
.: 1 .'; miscelilaqepJsfhower. Saturday to Carl be an event
M night, April 26, at the home of Mrs. 'of May S, has been honored at several

Fred. .Phillips Hampton.. Other' I parties recently. .
hostesses/: : were Cookie Brooks Mrs Norman Redding.'mother; of
Shirley Arm, Phillips and Myrtlce' the honoree and Mrs.John A. Torode, I
i, iGreen. ; mother of .the prospective groom
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The refreshment table which held > .
5- .y were among those present at the pares -
the decorated cake and crystal punchbowl :
was covered with a white floral 1' L A ; On Tuesday night. March 18,J;Mias
!design cloth:Mints and nuts were also Karen Reddish and Mrs. Wayne-Mun-:
served from the table which also held r
You Can StartMother's dorff gave a lingerie shower at the
silver candle sticks.
__ home of the latter on E. Laura Street
'Game prizes were awarded to Tam for Miss Redding.
my Bra ey'and Virginia Bradley. The refreshment table was covered
Day r Special guests. were.Mrs. Delmar, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee with a bridal shower cloth.,and
:
Williamson, mother of the future
I It
centered by wedding bells In front ot a
Catherine Lewis
i bride, Mrs. Russell Sherwin, mother
plant.
Right of the groom, to be, and Mrs- Mildred Robert LeeMarried green Games with prizes; and I
.1 Williamson, grandmother. .of the bride enjoyed
At TheOFFICE elect. March 29 refreshments were by the 20
: ,
I: guests during the party hours. :
: The hostess gift given as a memento Miss Catherine Lynne Lewis, The, hostesses presented, the ,
SHOP of the occasion consisted of laundry daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. honoree with a negligee as a memento '
1 baskets filled with groceries and Lewis of Starke and Robert Terry of the occasion. '"' i

_. useful household Henna. Lee. of Raiford; son of Mr. and Mrs. ..........-
110 W. Call St. Richard P. Lee of Tallahassee were

-g united In marriage Saturday March Saturday, April 5, a luncheon was
,j Starke BIRTHS 29, at 7:30: p.m. In the Madison Street liven for Miss Redding at the Intermission -
.;- Baptist Church with Rev. Robert Tea Room in Jacksonville by
:3 964-5764 Gillis performing the nuptials. aunts of the groom-elect: Mrs. Ver-
The altar was centered by a 15 non Brinson Miss Sue Brinson,JWrs.
Carrie Edna Mosley branch candelabra entwined with Frank Kilgo and Mrs. David Jones.
; Give UerACardhomUALLMARKi ., greenery flanked by two baskets of The two dining tables held center-
Mr.; and Mrs. Ricky Mosley of mixed gladiolus, carnations tulips pieces of antique bowls filled :with
Designed Starke announce the birth of a and pompoms In white and pink witha blue hydrangeas. Bridal place cards
Especially; daughter, Carrie Edna, born April 26 touch of blue, lavender and yellow. marked the seating arrangement for
In Orange Park Hospital. She joins a In the background were two nine- the 20 guests which included -the

for Those Who Care Enough To Give The Very Best.... sister Paternal, April grandparents Renee. are Mr. and greenery branch candelabras and ficus trees.entwined with bridesmaids. and cousins of the
groomelect.The
E Mrs. Lloyd Mosley of Starke. Pater- Presenting a program of nuptial hostesses presented the Bride-
Super Selections Of All Types nal great grandparents are Mr. and music were Mrs. Charlotte Durrance, elect'a set of pots as a memento of the
Mrs. Alfred Baker of Okeechobee organist and Miss Mary Taylor and occasion. "
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Jimmy Alvarez soloists. .
Mrs. Harold Rhoden of Hampton Thomas E.;Tyson attended as best ...-.......
Maternal great grandmother is Mrs. man. Ushers were Rex Boiles, Roy
Have You Ever Asked A Group Of Kids
Oscar L. Davis of Hampton. Smgletary Mike Rathman and David On Monday, April 14, a bridal

What They Think Of Mother's Day? David Bryan Kirkland Herosy.Mrs. Kenneth Chitty attended her by shower Mrs.was John given Hammond for Miss Mrs.Redding Tiny

sister as matron of honor. She wore a Lovell Mrs. Jess McRae, Mrs. Grace
:J They Say The Damedest Things..... Mr. and Mrs. David J. Kirkland of long A-line dress of pink crepe with Searle Mrs. Ernest Triest and Mrs.
Keystone Heights announce the birthof spaghetti straps with a sheer floral Lonnie Broome at the home of the latter
In An Interview You Might Hear These a son, David Bryan, born April 24 at printed elbow length over cape. She in Theressa. -.
Comments Alachua General Hospital. wore pink daisies and baby's breathin Mrs. Broome greeted the guests'at
f- From A Group Of Five Year Olds Maternal grandparents are Mr. and her hair with touches of lavender, the door and presented them to the
Mrs. Jessie B. Coleman of Starke. blue and yellow. She carried a receiving line composed of!'.tha
: Paternal grandparents are Mr. and nosegay of mixed pompoms, daisies, honoree her mother Mrs. Norman
; g Betty Says"I Mrs. J.T. Kirkland, Jr. of Keystone carnations and baby's breath. Redding and mother of the Broom-
-Heights Paternal great grandmotherIs Attendants were Mrs. Wanda elect Mrs. John Torode and tfln.
S don't like it when .. Mrs. Allie Mae Kirkland of Starke. Jackson, sister of the bride, Mrs. Triest.
: she won't let me play in the Brenda Jones, sister of the groom and Arrangements of roses were placedat
dirt or climb in trees or .. Ryan Matthew FaulknerMr. Mrs Delores Carver and Mrs. Denice vantage points in the party rooms.
; Barrett. They were attired Identicallyto The refreshment table was ,also!
.. knock down birds' nests or and Mrs. Harry Faulkner Jr. the honor attendant and carried centered with roses. .
try to kill bees. But I guess of Starke announce the birth of a son, similar nosegays. Games were played and prizes
she's all right." Ryan Matthew born April 12 In Heather Jackson, niece, was a were awarded to the winners. .
Alachua General Hospital. flower girl and wore a long floral ......... n'
Sam Says"I Maternal grandparents are Mr. and print dress with puff sleeves and pink ...
don't like for my Mrs. Joe Thornton paternal grand- satin ribbon at her waistline. Thursday night April 17, a bridal
mother to go somewhere v parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jeffrey Chitty nephew was ring- shower was given for Miss Redding\
without me when it's rain- Faulkner Sr., all of Starke. bearer. by Mrs.J.T. Prevatt, Jr., Mrs. Allison
: The bride, given In marriage by her Aljets, Mrs. Bob Patterson and Mrs.
ing. She might get Shawn Dannon Warren father, wore a white bouffant gown of Jack Hazen at the home of the latter.
wrecked." silk organza with bodice and cull Attractive arrangements of roses
Debbie Say t John and Phyllis Warren of Starke sleeves covered In lace highlighted points of interest in.the
"*. announce the birth of a son, Shawn enhancing a Queen Anne neckline accented party rooms. The refreshment table
"Sometimes my Dannon, born April 20 In Shand'sTeaching by tiny seed pearls A raised' was covered with a cutwork cloth and
mother buys brown John Said HospitalPaternal waistline draped into a full circular also centered with roses.
clothes when I would like grandmother is Mrs. skirt with chapel length train Games were played by the 35 guestsand
Dorothy Ward of Starke. bordered by tiers of lace ruffles. She
red. "I don't like it when : prizes awarded : inThe'hostesses'presented
.; .arapdparenU are Perry wore a fingertip mantilla attached the t
she makes me take a bath. "an'Eleiinor. of Starke. '
also
: Lyons. | a lace cap and edged in matching honoree wlth"a"m-orfnierdv7ave
I like to be clean but it ;
lace. She carried a cascade bouquetof dishes as a memento of the occasion.
: takes too long ." : mixed heather statice
tulips carnations
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Joseph Said daisies, poms and baby'sbreath
in shades of pink, lavender
Patricia Ann Williamson
"I wish my Mommy yellow and blue.A Miss Christie Redding, bride-elect
wouldn't take our baby Andrew Robert Sherwin reception was held In the church of Carl Torode was honored with a

when we go in the car. It Some Mother's Day Gift SuggestionsFrom Plan May Wedding Fellowship Hall Alisa Lee, nIece ol' )ridalluncheon.Saturday.April19lnthe Pecan Room of the Garden

: just cries and I have to sit Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Williamson the groom, kept the bride's book. Mrs. Restaurant. Hostesses for the affair

in the back. Sometimes I The Office Shop announce the engagement and approaching the Charles door.Blalock greeted the guests at were Mrs. Jim Bloodworth,Mrs. Joan

used to sit in the front with marriage of their Chitty, Mrs. i.E. Denmark Mrs.
just Mommy." That Kids daughter, Patricia Ann, to Andrew The bride's table was covered in a Vince Spengler, Mrs Joseph Warren.
Can Afford. white lace cloth and held a four-tiered
Robert Sherwin son of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Olin White, Jr. : :
Russell Sherwin, all of Hampton. wedding cake over a flowing fountain
The wedding is planned for May 31 encircled with cake. The cake was Corsages were presented to Miss
t flanked by two silver candelabras Redding. Mrs. Redding and Mrs.
% Address at 2 p.m. at the home of the bride
ua9 elect's parents. entwined with greenery. Mrs Sallye Torode and the honor guest was
Scoggins and Mrs. Karron Rathmancut given a silver and crystal dish as a
Books $3.50Plaques the cake. memento of the occasion.
Did You Know........... table
The punch was covered with a ...
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Mr and I irs. Ira Wells of Gulf lace cloth and centered with a crystal
: Breeze visited relatives in Starke punch bowl encircled with sprengeri
A bridal shower for
Ring over the weekend. and pompoms. Presiding at the punch was given Miss
table were Miss Jeannie Faulk and Redding on Tuesday night, April 22, i
That Say Holders Rev. and Mrs. T.A. Steele Tampa Miss Jennifer Haas. by Mrs.John Cooper, Miss Vicki !fiat-
man, Mrs. Peggy Crews Miss Becky
were weekend guests of Mrs. W.B. Assisting were Mrs. Virginia Dar
"Good Manners Are Expected Mundy. by director Mrs. Leaton Morgan, Cooper and Mrs. Joseph Riddickatthe
home of the latter on US 301 s:
In This $3.50 Sr., Mrs. Rhymer Howell Sr.. Mrs.
Kitchen Games were played by the 20 guests
Among those attending the McRae Joe McGee, Mrs. Wilbur Waters and
between the hours 7:30 ands
Mrs. Gary Melvin. party
family reunion Sunday in Dade Park -
Bushnell McRae Following a wedding trip to Disney p.m. and refreshments served
,
s near were: Barney
Qwlsotule $1.90 Back Packs Mr and Mrs Bill McRae Mr. and World, Key West and Busch Gardensthe An arrangement of roses graced the
vaa" Mrs. Billy McRae, Mr. and Mrs. Yen- couple is residing In Raiford. refreshment bar. '
The bride graduated from BHS In The hostesses gave the honore* a
Mrs. Mr.
ner Spires. Lily Bridges,
$6.95Wall and Mrs. Owen McRae. Mr. and Mrs. 1974 and is employed at Union Correctional toilet seat ensemble as a memento of
the occasion. Two white wedding bells
Institution.The .
Arthur McRae and Mr. and Mrs. .
Tullie Norman.Mr. groom graduated in 1968! from centered the gift table. .

Leon High School In Tallahassee and ................
Plaques and Mrs. M.O. Harrell of also works in corrections at Union Miss Christie Redding was honored:]

: Hallmark! 65.50 Brooker were Sunday visitors of Mr. Correctional Institution. at a bridesmaid's luncheon Saturday,
and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. April 26 at 12 noon at the home of Mrs-

Did You Know.. . .. ... John C. Greene Sr,.at Camp Blan;
and Allen Woods 'and
; Mr. Mrs ding .
Hallmark! family of Lake Wales were weekend Mr. and Mrs. Randall Chasm visited The head table" was covered with a oJ

Albums 7.00 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nealy McCon- their son-in-law and daughter Mr. white lace Army-Navy cloth and
nell, Jr. and Mrs. Herb Johnson In centered with a silver candelabra.
Eraser Mate Erasable Tallahassee on Saturday and Sunday with peach tapers entwined with fern.'
Al Carlisle and Dewayne McRaeare and attended their grandson's Hand painted china place cards'
attending the Grand Lodge of the christening Sunday morning at Bless- marked the seating arrangement
y- Ink Pens $1.98 Florida Masons in Orlando Monday to ed Sacrament Catholic Church. Robin Card tables were covered with white

o Fancy Thursday, Chism. uncle of the baby, was God lace cloths and centered with pinkAfrican
: father. violets and also held hand'painted
Alto A Super Selection Soft Writer Pens $1.98Of Mrs. Bobby Welch and family of china place cards.
Savannah; Ga. were weekend guests Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn spent Mondayat Begonias in white and peach were
Of Frogs. Rabbits, of her parents. Dr. and Mrs. O.L. Crescent City with her cousin, Mrs. placed at other points of interest1
Haynes Jr. Danny Davis, and celebrated the latter's with '
j; Candy Covered Bugs along roses from Mrs..preene's
birthday. garden., .-. -
Miss I Anita Green' 01 Fernandina Attending were Mrs. Norman Redding
Beach was home for the weekend. Betsy Yawn. Kathy Grider and Mrs. John'A. Torode, seven;
Beth Patray took part in the or-. bridesmaids and maid of honor along
Bob Wilson of Tamp was weekend chestra for the Gilbert and Sullivan with Mrs. Linda Johns, wedding-
'I guest of Mr. and Mrs.J.E. Hardy. play. "HMS Pinafore" at the Trinity director and from out-of-town: Mrs

Hundreds Of Other Gifts For Under *5 Episcopal Parish House in Melrose Vernon Brinson, Mrs. Torode's aisles",
Mr, and Mrs. Robert Harrison of last Friday and Saturday. They will from Jacksonville.' .'
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1 ri r i \ Ocala visited Mr. and Mrs,A.S. Har- also play with the orchestra at a Mrs. George Pierce assisted lnserj

At The I .' rison on Sunday. repeat performance on May 3 and 3.I vlng. .


Mrs. Gladys Weldon has returned Did You Know...........
vafteri two weeks with her grand- ::. 1
children Jacksonville while their E.L. Matthews and his sister; Mrs. -1' :

OFFICE SHOP : : r. .parents,. 'Mr. and Mrs. J.R.. Weldon H.B. McLendon of Orlando, returned Rebecca Cooney of the Tuacawila-r
were on vacation, Sunday from a ten-day round-trip ?ony Club won her first place plaque
'I,' cruise on the steamboat, Mississippi In the Santa "e Classic .jforse Show-
.r UA wr, Tom', Caldwell of Lakeland 'was Queen from New Orleans to Saturday Alachua. : .'

.. If: Saturday.guest of Mrs. Lila Caldwell Vicksburg, Miss. Stops were made for ', .r*
-and Mrs. Lila Rae Yawn. tours at St. Francisville, Baton Mr. and Mrs.'Ray Brown visited"1

110 W Call St Rouge, Natchez and the Civil War friends and relatives in Waycross last-
85 SW.; 2nd Ave. ,; battlefield of Vlcksburg. They spent Thursday and Friday.
Starke \lr
Lake Butler .,. Mr. and-Mfs/Dwighl Marshall of two days in New Orlenas before returning ,
964-5764 St. George's island were weekend home and also visited Mr. Mat Mrs.:'Lou Struth spent the weekend '
498..2.281. '. ., _.. guests-of her parentsMr.. .'and Mrs. thews' daughter Mrs. Bill Meng and with her daughter and anvil :. and .

Ben Rowland! y family in St. Petersburg. Mrs. Bobby Cases In Lake City. .A .,

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Day at McDonald'sIn ----------------------
1391 aj as 22 site 40.00 0717'04
'.. eAA_l'ORO MELVIN 6 NIT A BT a BOX see
,.'" ,"''>* sets OF s.ix. .
a big day of entertainment with Commissioner Vernon Silcox County, ;:' .J97.IP 0a.9. ..0... 55..V5 '.35.."'"
local dlgnatarles helpin behind Commissioner Hazel Paulk,librarian .'''' .
the counter, the McDonald'sRestaurant Dan Smith Chamber President Ray ,-" ,-

In Starke celebrated the Norman GF branch manager Harold BEG AT A or OM it LINE of se./* of M IX. WHICH *>f is. & o...s
25th anniversary of the McDonald's Davis, BHS Principal Jim Duncan, Of NN con N aoo'. e .oo'. SM.Y a.)' TO POO 'J
chain by raising $143.83 for the Florida Bank President J.E. Tomlin- !...2. 09.93 03.31 .r..o .76..a.
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McDonald House in Gainesville. son Sheriff Dolph Reddish, school M -ii--ca ;ai;-ooioo : 120.00 ors-lft. .
389 Big Mac's were sold Sunday, board members Pat Spengler and KEYSTONE OEVEl Of BRAD POBOX 2J040 '
Jim Lawson service station operatorand SI'J A IM S" COM Of se.,. OP NC1X4 ( ..!/. Of NCI/4 tVSel/1*
27 with 25 cents of the ,
April purchase .
OF NUIX* c ei u OF S"I' HI/K OF set/ 6 et/ OF seii
mire of each Big Mac donated by tax collector candidate Carl KM Ftrj 4 IN NK COO ft SFIX4 OF SB 1/4 EH 6-.C C OF CLAY. BO It
r' Hurst, local attorneys J.J. Wolbert EX KEYSTONE HOTS COUNTRY CLUB OSC OR UK J PG444) C EX C FV.
"'j" George Pierce, Dudley Hardy, and '1 CLUO esT OR 3 -J2.-& t ..!/., OF NIII' LYING C OF CO CR. Rl. >.B'
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ii M; t Richard and realtor Cell Ter- 1. sec LINE '
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:!\ ', willeaar Welty, _!i._ &!!:.!!.- cis.rs 661.36 013.20_----.;.,.,-rss.301:62'-:

{- The Bradford County Library's i.os 24 us 22 59'6 -07ZOTQ4teYST0s1E ,
In the oevKc UF BRAD PO BOX 23040.or '
bookmobile display
was on 16 IN xcr REPLAY: '
parking lot of McDonald's.Nobody fc LAND VALUE FOX ALL LOTS OWNED IN 9000 AREA
'0.69 .'I.a S.9.09 .'.40 a.08.30
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o 1 5413 26 8 S 22 6041- 2.OO 974-04
y Carl Hurst, left BARTON EVALINA EST IPftNF WILLIAMS
Mayor-Commissioner Vernon Silcox and McDonald'
.ice uunri COM AT NE COA OF Slog OF NEI/4 OF NFI/A w J4O* TO POB S ?I<
Have a Coke! ., solved Dallass Mayo, back lo camera discuss the Issues during II break. Reckon: ,'. W 210. N 2I9 e 210 TO PUS '
any problems?
Cell Trrwillegar liked the work and 04.93 a.30 ..SI .A.10-0 919.9

company so much she's gonna apply 26 83 22 6041-00000 n8O1-12

for a job she says. 73kC1fj3j3LS1pRAOFENi1= %Of NE1'I 2 BOX 475

Dallas Mayo and the staff of the local _._._ d.27 _$5.95. *74.44I4I4"2
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McDonald s to the Gainesville house W, PROTRACTED! i) }IIEETI.1'GRethal '> as 22 6047-OoToO 2.3t O A' -OS
which will house families of patients WILLIAMS LORDAINF HT 2 BOX 475
hospitalized at Shands Teaching HE 3 AT SHI CUR OF NEI/4 OF NRI/4 N 2V3.6V. It 341.17 S
245.690. W J4I.I7 TO MOB _
Hospital In Gainesville. ff .ll.9J: .a.69 .a. 'B _7.*0 *..12.20.
waited ... ..
A number of dignatanes on -------------- -------------------------------------- --
the customers who came to the Can... 1415 26 BS 22 O44 4.61 o7SQ-:0l: ,
MULL GEORGE: 6 NAOMI p o Box "9. '
"McHAPPY DAY. Regular The trio of Bernice Whitney, Andy Sale Patterson MAY 4-9,1980 7:30 P.M.wo COM AT se cox of NS row N zoa.t TO POU CONT N 39i..s",.. employees took their training sessions Jordan and Hazel Paulk brought a : *. s Ji6.e: sao TO poaO

in good humour, even though smile to a lot of faces. Including that 129-359 19.82 _.!o9 I.O2 .B.H970.281..

some of the volunteers were more of Strawberry Queen Bobbin Madison, Sereee Baptist, Church ----------------------------------------------------------
trouble than help they privately admitted Stephens with. an Impromptu rendition \00 1416 tf 8S 22 6049 -. It UkeIIcDonald'lI p q 900 W.Mldison EVELYN PO OCX Miss, .
of "Nobody Can Do f.
Vnlnntwrs Included t Starkp Mavnr- ." tire, AT *b COX, Of SEt/4 UP NFI/4 NUN' N 600. W *O' 3 60..- .
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Can.. Starke Florida E 60' TO POU' IJ-="tMis ,

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YOU TCSTFR E'THEn!: B 4J" SE HT ST '-;.& .'"
.:III'r' '''' ",''. t EDDIE PLALOCK ROBERT GILLIS CUM AT NE CUM OP, ....1'. RUN W 1227. S 24* M ISO" S e0.- *i
AUTO Nursery :35 MIN ;>8.1' FOR one 5 2*. W 17.7TO LAKE SFLV INLA
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p A! Provided .73.6O .2.41. 3.74. *H.6S915x.45.. .
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it 1.111 III .5 iU 6110 Or.i-12
ByCene LAM EVELYN aoELL PT 4 BOX .!>Q-C :.. '
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I'm sure finding out the AIII"eREGG JUHN P 6 Boll 16 MAI HIV'M use OR *
truth In the saying, "They Registering For Fall LJl 24 OENtrVA L.AK CSIATfeS 'f:
dont make them like they 0s4.Sa *| .7Q .JoOl .*b.<)r9: uro.ip
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used lo". My 1980 Ford lTDis 1424 01 4i: 22 A2I;-C-OIOO 97T IT2"t t
i a real monster to keep May 5th 9th, 1980 jA niFL miueur L j-:>23 M A INT ...
LOTS IT & 11' Of FOLK 3 .
tuned compared with : SANTA FS SHORES ,
up my 454.02$1.. ..... _
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old Ford. Are they all this ._ ,
8:30: a.m. 4:30 p.m. ----- ---- ------------------- --------------- ----
way or Is mine especiallybad .46 01 9S 22 2I9-O->>OIOO 07NO-nb''
? Care TMUMAS EUMrn B t MAP.AHCT SLOTS
Day jj B Kindergarten 1.2.3 6 NI/2 LOT 4 BLOCK Of ANT FK SHORES UA'" -.I'
74.14 J.22 *,."2 *'J."' !> *8<>..IJOl ,
Age 2 -.--.----.----.--------- .
A Probably not. You have afar Up [JMHIlfi Ages 4 and 5 ,;2- Vi 2? A2l;-*>-02200 07A2-04
more complex car now. TIUKtLt. TIMOTHY 6 SAN1RA" J
Your new car has 15000 7am 6 pm l f 9s 8:30: 11:3O LOTS 22, G 21 SILK b bANTA FE HOMES
of them in UN I a:>-.6
parts 5,000 .. ., I, :. ..tIo'.7 fate! .2.9'1' 7.0 .q.'IICJ'1'
motion. In an average V-8 _._..__. _._
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driven 10.000 miles a year, I42K 12 VS 22 64JO-3-O2900 0.6.4
here's what happen: spark SAM MOiI'MT J MR1 UOK ?B76 !
'tt.ar.s LOT 2*: ur SEMINOLE RIOGC UNIT 2 UN KtC
million
v plugs fire 15 times .
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and Laurie Myers "OJ.31 65.31 $5.95. : .117.J
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distributor points open ------------ -- ------ .
close 120 million times, 1430 12 b-S;; 22 ;;; -B-!OHOO ;1::
travel and down Principal AdministratorA STAHL F e LAURA 6 INTRACOUPFU. *t ..
pistons up LOT ll O* ILK A OF SEMINOLE KIOGF UNIT 4 OF UN-H<*CUMOF MLAI I
cylinder walls more than BEKA PROGRAM .12'.16 .$.81 *6.tiS *S.S-4 .141.47, :
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3.000 miles, the carburetormixes ---- ------------------- -
666 gallons of gasoline Grades'1-11 I4JI 12 ;S 22 23O-F-93b90 0754-07
f"U.UN PUHErtT M .
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with 2.8 billion cubic feet of LOTS J1 C J6 UNIT 6 SFMINOLP PI1OK

air. Staggering. i bn: "I it. But 8:30: 2:30: ."2.6'1_._ C2.78 .*.r7 *!>. >):. .,;)6. '
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routine maintenance 3- ------------------------- -,. -------- -- .

6 months, with new every plugs BUS SERVICE WILL BE AVAILABLE TOPIELROSE, .
and points annually should J R' KELLY, TAX COLLECTOR !

keep your new car startingand KEYSTONE, STARKE, AnD SURROUNDING AREAS

Hat running smoothly. Bradford County Florida
TroubleSchool
board member Jimmy Parents are encouraged to register now for fall. ,

Lawson had trouble with a hat that Automotive Parts Center One mile west of Melrose on SR 26 Offices4752554

wouldn't. stay.but he HO a rt> .Frenchfries STARKE ;,"
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.register Mid llctltlaui sonal representative.All Imotoly ((34)) feedingsites. 27, Itofl.. and noli a ...Idaftllal, .b* rsond old proposed ORDINANCE .
name under the provision B65.09 Florida Statutes, THE! ABOVE ESTATE peraoaa interested Tentative program recommendation. to tim to BH and designated. Is available for
The Bradford County of aforesaid 1979 Intends to register AND ALL OTHER In the estate lowborn late ore fronvjune 23 Board of County Commissioner Hwy. lu.'_. the property your Inspection at tho office .
:School; .Board, Starke, statute with the clark of the tin PERSONS IN. a ev Idministra.: 980 to August IS, I960. *, and ,the of DAISY BARTON of the Director of
Florida' will hold a Public Dorothy S. Bishop end ..' I cult 'ce>urt'' W and fair. TERESTED IN THE Notloe of / 'rocurement, I I. subjectto Board will consider" on S, ROOSEVELT LEWIS. Zoning and Planning
Hearing' ] 'on Cheryl F. Strickland' / Bradford" County/ ESTATE t H .tion..* .bee mailed are/, Federal Regulations Monday June 2. I9SO. described. as follows!: Bradford County Courthous .

..II.nle' -6220 DISTRIN Ownejrs.i ; ; Fla"d.h.. fcoltiouiname / YOU ARE, 11ZREbYNOTIFIED : ',required WITHINTrfREE : and Florida speed..- the some sold place at One halflit\ ) acre *, Stark. Florida.
.PKOCEtrURES! FOR EX. Doled this 17th day 4 towlftDENMARK thmt,the administration -. > MONTHS lions as administered by 10:00 A.M.an Ordinance located 1 A mile off Each and every person
CfPTIONAL!; STUDENT April I A.D. 1980 In Bradi '., AND MAR- of the FROM THE DATE OV! the Florida Departmentof relating end.7horecoming pavement of 21SJ onto having any Interest

11T: !ON. 19 o.....,.. lord ,County!. W4/I7' 4tpd" JI' ,CHESE of '. estate o( LAWRENCB' THE FIRST, PUBLICAN., Education. ofthe Speedvtlle Road on film whatever In the enactment
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May 1980 at 7 I'll.; isno'ec'/ wIundersignittlAs the TION OP THI8 of this
p.m. ::0. J ERHARD. deaeaaed. Contact SREC at ".0. following described''.pro lelt. In Section 25. proposed
I Ire the School Board engaged File Number ,7M5CPV8158) NOTICE, to flie Sol objections Box 70 Live Oak Florida 'party and amending the Township South. Rang, ORDINANCE should appear
"IJb': bfh-W the Bradford In practice- 701 East they : .v* : and be heard
( ), U pending lathe 32060 for Comprehensive lend 22 East 6035 to at the
((904-362-4473)' )
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County School'* Ad. NOTICE OF Call Street, -. that challenge the remodel r..1 time and
Starker, Circuit Court for o of thodotolloolSolicitation Use Plan' to provide that existing place .proscribed.
tinlnlilratlva OHI.... 582 INTENTION ,Flarld BRADFORD validity of the'dece copy building for restaurant .
County, zoned
North.. The parties ,Interested, dent' will the qualification Menuspecifications lands currently :
Temple Avenue, TO REGISTER. FlorIda Probate. Dlvt- with.bear and wine BOARD OF BRADFORD
4..toifce.'Florida.I FICTITIOUS. In said enterprise are: *lon. the ,mddrna of of the peraonalrepresentative ,All bid submissions. must Fll the A and plan designated. as.Rural by You are further given COUNTY COMMIS.
NAME; John Edward, Dan''mark which I I. 'Coual Courthouse or the NOTICE that a copy of SIONERS.
.
r be In the
; office
SREC
:o"'j., ."Of this proposed : D.D.S.. .P.A, 8tarke.J'laricia. venue or jurisdiction' of by By //Gilbert S,
1 Rui*," 6220: may be ob- Pursuant to Section. William, Marchese, The personal 'the Court. May 29. 1980. Brown Clerk. I.pd SII
; Bid
representative
tamedfrom" the B6S,09. Florida Statutes, .D.M.D..A. of the ALL CLAIMS. opening: June 5,
mite I is
Sb erlnt.nd.nt' notice Is 5/1 5/32. DEMANDS, AND OBJECTIONS ; I9BO. at 1,30 In the SREC
Office hereby given 4tpd IDAMARIE ERHARD.; office. Aluminum petty of aluminum.
recycling
Reynolds con
NOT SO
582 North that the THE
at Temple undersigned v whoa address la. 40 serves a valuable natural
Avenue, Storks, Florida. AMERICAN CIVIl FILED WILL BEFOREVERBARRED resource by
O- DEFENSE ASSOCIATION, NOTICE OF Dongan Street./ Staten 119 Wilbur Street, Live RecyclingWith giving an essential metal new life and
is- INTENTIONTOREGISTER bland. N.Y. 10310. The Oak. Ft 32O60.: all the warnings about putting It right back to use again.
libliswith" In compliance INC.. doing' .business, and addraaa Date of the first
"Florida Statutes under the firm name of name of the, publication of tbla..* mcho 5I.I. depleting our natural resources as Recycling also provides manufacturers
Chapter ,73.310.\* TACDA METTAG and FICTITIOUS personal repressntatlve's set- Notice of Admlnistr.-,f, NOTICE OF APPLICATION time pa_ It's good to know that by with a domestic source of
enacted by the 1974 Journal of Civil Defense, NAME forth below attorney are Uoni April 24.1980.Idaraarle FOR REZONINGAND recycling aluminum we can refrain aluminum eliminating the dependency

FJoQdg legislature.' ".0. Box 1057 Storks,' All / / Erhard.f AMENDMENT Of from mining bauxite, the principal on foreign sources
Pursuant Section having
to parsons
.ft.., Fla. '32091.; Intends to 865.O9. Florida Statutes, claim or demand A* Personal Representative THE LAND USE PLAN ore of aluminum. In addition to aluminum
Thomas L. Casey, Jr., register said fictitious notice Is hereby given against the estate are of the Estate of An ORDINANCE amending During May Reynolds Aluminum cans and other clean household
Superintendent. of name under the provl- that the undersigned required. WITHIN Lwrnc Erhard'" the ComprehensiveLand Recycling Company makes it convenient aluminum products such as pie
School. stone of aforesaid Kathy Roger. F. O. Box THREE MONTHS Deceased. Use Plan Element for Starke's citizens to recycle plates foil, frozen food and dinner
3/.1 2fchg 5/8. statute: FROM ATTORNEY FOR and Bradford aluminum and trays and dip. pudding and meat
502 Stark, Flo. 32O9I THE DATE OF Map by their receive 23 cents a con
1>0 Dated .at Crystal Lake: ,doing business' under the THE FIRST PUBLICA. PERSONAL County. Florida. In accordance pound every Tuesday (except May tainers. Reynolds purchased other
.14 NOTICE Clay County Florida' on firm name of KATS TION OF' THIS REPRESENTATIVE: with the .local 27) from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. in front aluminum items like siding gutters,
:
INTENVONTO this 20th day of April, PLACE 108 E. Call Street NOTICE to die with SMITH 8CHWALBE HULSEY.& Government Comprehensive of TG&Y, Bradford Square, US 301 S., storm door and window frames, ana
,REGISTER 1980. Starke.Florida.32091 Intend the clerk of the above Planning' Act 837 S. Walnut SL. Starke. lawn furniture tubing which should
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? THE AMERICAN CIVIl NICHOLS./.Wayne of 1975 as provided for In be cut to lengths
''FICTITIOUS to register told fictitious court a written statement Aluminum can be recycled again not exceeding three
DEFENSE A. BOO Barnett
-I !L NAME. INC. ASSOCIATION name under thoprav''an. of any claim or demand Bank Wolf Building Jackson Chapter' 163 of the and again. Because this-unique pro- feet and bundled.
Florida Statute
of aforesaid they mayhave.Each : '
/SBy.Fronk William, statute. claim must be In ville. Florida 82202.. TO: All Citizens Taxpayer
Pursuant to Section President.' Kathy Rogers, owner. writing and must Indicate Telephone (S04)' ) and other 'Interested Servicemen 0
Boob9.-Florida Statutes,
Betty H. Nice, 369-7700.
Dated this 17th day of the basis. for the, persons
nellt.h.r.by' given Treasurer Acting 4/24/ :gtchg 51.Notice.
claim the and ad-
April A.D. 1980 In Bradford name
the undersigned
that Secretary. drees 'of the creditor You and each of you
4/17 or C. Williams
County. 4tpd' Amy
Dorothy S. Bishop Rt. 1. 5/1 4tchg5.2.NOTICE.
and Airman
S/B. his agent or attorney.and are) hereby herewith Rita Griffis
Bos 641-- Starke, Few Earns Air Force Award
> notice In .
the amount claimed.' given accordance Completes Basic TrainingSAN
32091 and Cheryl F.
If the claim la not yet To BiddersSuwannoo with Florida OXFORD England Senior Air-
Strickland. Rt. I. Box due the date when It River' Statutes that the Boardof man Amy C. Williams daughter of ANTONIO. Texas Airman
400F. Starke.. Fla. 32091. OFINTENTION IN THE CIRCUIT Rita J. Griffis of
daughter Jonell
will become due shall be Economic Council Inc.* County Controlsslonrs Mrs. James Blalock of 902 Butler
.doing; business' under the COURT FORD FOR BRAD- atated. If the claim I I. proposes to sponsor In% of Bradford Road,Starke, Fla.,is a member of an Norman of Route 1,tawtey Fla., has
COUNT
of THE
firm name TO REGISTER completed Air Force basic
EXERCISE FLORIDA. PROBATE contingent or unli the eight counties of County. Florida have organization that has received the training at
UNICORN FICTITIOUS quidated the nature of Bradford Columbia. Dix, designated the Bradford U.S. Air Force Outstanding Unit Lackland Air Force Base here.
File NO.
stUDIO SireeiV:: Starke.128 East Fla.Call NAME 79-85-CP DIVISION.Div(93158l.( ). the uncertainty shall be I I.. Hamilton Lafayett County Zoning and Planning Award here at RAF Upper Heyford.The During the six weeks at Lackland
In we.ESTATE OF stated. If the claim I is Madison Suwonnee, Board to conduct a U.S. Air Force Outstanding the airman studied the Air Force mission
320itlintends to Pursuant
to Section Lawrence Erh rd, ..cured the security and Union a Summer public hearing at a Unit Award is earned by members of organization and customs and
I Deceased. hall be described. The Food Service& Programfor regular meeting held at an Air Force unit for exceptionally received special training in human
NOTICE OP claimant ihall deliver children and pur- 7:30: p.m. In the County meritorious service or outstanding relations.In .

'Xv4n 11: } ALL PERSONS claim to the clerk to ((3200)) unitlied packaged Bradford County apart from similar units. basic training earn credits towardsan

.Reel Relate Broker HAVING CLAIMS OR enable the clerk to mail lunches per day: to be Courthouse. Starke Airman Williams Is a 1973 graduate associate degree In applied science
ISO W.Cell St. DEMANDS AGAINST on*, copy to each per delivered to approI *. Florida an Tuesday May of Bradford High School Starke. Fla. through the Community College of the
r.,.. Air Force.
__ Starke
The airman will now begin on-the-
s 964-5527 Job training In the field
supply at

'" Special FLOR.IANDREALTY Mother'sDa.Y Dover Airman Air Griffis Force Base is a 1977 Del.graduate of

2 /all/ Park c 1 1Country Union County High School Lake I Iendillelftor

-t oiler park. 11 trailers. Approx. 6 acres. Fenced. Butler Fla.
MAY II. l a)0
.t trailer park II trailers, 2 BR frame house, barn. op- I( REAL ESTATE )I Phone'44-7700. Her father Vernon W., Griffis

prox.ment..Owner 22 acres will fenced finance postureland.balance. LARGE down pay 393 N. Temple Avenue resides on Route 1, Lawtey.

.* We Handle Rentals HAMPTON AREAt
*20 Acres. $1100
.2 all unfurnished house. per
hem 3.47
.I unfurnished apartment. REALTOR Is a registered collective membership acre.. an

...''',:2'A Ba Home. mark which may be used only by real estate professionals 1/2 ecre lot. $300 down BA acres with off fireplace SR 229A.and 3 AN double 2 .. .

.;3 BR LAKE HOUSEi Furnished Feb.. May. who are members of the NATIONAL ISO month pmh. garage large cleared '
COMMERCIAL.PROPERTY. ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS and subscribe to
f'vJdrshouie on US 301. Air conditioned offices Great Us strict Code of Ethics. cirl1w GRAHAM garden spot.
21 *4 1/2 acre*. SIMS peracre.
location. Per Info cell 473-J2S4
I Tackle and Ball business. Large Inventory. ,AL' (
One city block In downtown Starke. |just waiting 'for the I SHOWCASI rROPf RTIU. 17 acre*. $1100 per acre.LAWTIYl E[ IFTLOA I REALTY

right buiinest. Great opportunity for downtown mall.I /Ralph Bryan Real I Estates INC. RiAlTOR i, ..'.LOVORN

I Iqras. wasehouse. oppro.6.QD0 1<\. .Needs root apcj __ P.O. Box 1S3S_ -:..:- *29 eeres.$1 too per act..' _. ---..- -- '-
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rapalro--ilool"cmd-otandlngwall.- ? $.R. 21 NormKeystone -
310, W. Call 'St.StarkeCor with 1 yr. old' planted PHONE 964-7774
INVESTORS DREAM [ Height; Florida, r cicitiA
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Will For Itself pine TERWILLiGAR 205 N. T mpla Starke
Income Property Pay ( US 301 A Call Street 964-8768 ::: 32444 If acre*. S1SOO per eere. >, '
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I small apartment complex. Handyman special! 4 ten ('CU) 4/3-4903 '. : t > \
10 acre, $1415 per ecre. WI'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
laj .unit, f possibly 5. Interest rates bothering)0,1 .. 21. .
.r small I frame house. Check with us Bradford County-Brick Let ws help you with your flnaftclna..Fermer's Home
.h large frame house. Needs repairs Residents or 4" YOU MAY QUALIFY FOR A 4% LOAM home with 2ir on SR lot *3 BR. ".100. 10 pet.Ivenlngsi Adm., VA FHA, Conventional BOND PROGRAM.

apartments. ((4" BR 4 BA). ... acre.. 1244 se. dawn. fair mortgage raft- ROBERTSREALESTATE

a T,'i 2 BR frame house Apartment on side. Zoned com NEW HOMES ft. ... .. ... ..$44.00tLake SPECIAL

mercial. WE ARE EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVES OF .. Please call New suburban brick exfror lot
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984 N. on
Access Crystal Temple Ave.
NEW LISTINGS SEVERAL, GOOD BUILDERS. WE WILL, ASSIST YOU VOWS P. Odom. Broker 3g
.2 off.' '1 Ba LR Kit.. on each side, duplex brick 'land WITH HOUSE PLANS AND FINANCING' AR lake) Homeslles--large 1bedroom Gall' Phone '...-.,.7'. Starke 9S4-782T bedrooms 2 baths, living room ]

;".d'yard. RANGE IENTS. Our service COlt you nothing-tbe home flegsten, room great family room complete/
l Ba Gr..nhaui.zoned, Commercial. fireplace double. "11II", 1 1 Peer Andrew 964-7734 Seepassiffed Ads chen central beat
and
1305AI! builders pay! Complete Information on the new COUNTY air, corpef. 2
aid..i. ... ..$49,504Building \\.11 For Listings
2 year
7-Aflartments Downstairs. 3 BR. Ba. Upstairs living BOND PROGRAM. -le garage concrete driveway. . .$$ '

Quorters. Rent will help pay mortgage .. site.Vi ecralets r ......
Please, call to. list HEADQUARTERS FOR LOTS ACREAGE
us property.
your
John FOREST HGTS. Restricted acre Lot 2.500 and up. near Crystal Lake from I FHULKNER 13] * * * * *
E. GloverReg. SI.BOO financed.
Real II.tat.lro..r ROLLING HILLS: (Baylea Hwy). 1 acre and up. $3,500 owner For The Innovator *
and up 10 pel. down. 5 ,... al 10 pet. Int. l *
Lu Green Sanders Associate .Skiing .lake-Silver Win RERLTY .soBs'IAlTO" 56 prime acres /i mllo on railroad 640'on .
20 ACRES Forayth Rdwith barn. well. pump. septic It-
let 14.$00 Rd. 100 Suitable for
owner flnencOeaeve shoppIng
and electricity.' 33000. term. J It-
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I NORTH OF LAWTEYl.,. acre*. $3.000. .... confer Industrial park or housing It-

I 5 acres. 9.000 .. take. 221 Lafayette !SI Arrn* from W l.hh..n*, : development (appro 3 tot per aero) It-

(/dld O/ C2.Rooltote J /7 Only year I 20 at pet.10 pel.dawn Interest andS state-Cedar heme j.. $3071. an acre owner will/ finance. *.

deck SPECIAL 20% down. It-
flreplece aauna, .
3 acres and 1Ip.IS.OOO acre, 12 pel.down'9 t pet.in-
per
Make offer-on this 3 HR I Bath frame
r eek shaded. .....179.000I home with I I.rr.
terest. .. * * * * *

.10 acre pines, 22.000 and $24.000 12 act, dawn Sri
Offices Its 2."" Hornet 7IJ-JSTS I pet. Interest.L'S ..40. Lake .left available. FIIA-VA& Cunv. fOil THE DISCRIMINATING
Financing Available
the .....
301 N. 36 acre*. 1340' on 301. $56.500:\ terms. Keystone *SeaurIM Hampton take to. .. . .SIS.000As
190 acres all or part. MAKE AN OFFER! COMMERCIAL' INCOME PROPERTY Country Club lot It IT* MJ'. .. .. .10,000
NEW LISTING OFFERING APPROX. 800 acre ,in various locations. .Wa.hlnt n St. Lot with .building. A chain link PREFERRED HOMES

llewteyt SAM 1 both .It Ac. $..._ 1O- On. fence-5.000.: .
I frame en very shady lot .10 Ac. $20._ aeeutlfultend COMMERCIAL ''CLARKl Store bulldln* d",.nlewn. Call St. Over ::1000)
{close to elem. school. $ of Pine LOOKING FOR 301 FRONTAGE WE HAVE OVER I square.feet. 19.500 Trrnit. New,country home 2 acres. $fe$00.

I Very nice.t't .. .20 Ac. Fenced. ,Inc.Posture MILE IMPROVED. AND INIMPROVED-1N TOWN' AND I ACREAGE '71.I laura II. Completely Remodeled S37.Joe.

$40.000.IXCIUfNT OUT! LONG HOT IUMME.- Hwy 100W- ..aulirul 77 e '.... only $80.JOO.: very !I,:411 Center $r. i BK I 123.50O.
$ Acres with Small lake. good term I : :Has II all Edwards M. 1 alf 3 ill CH4A I Acre.
.
...
I. thl. bedroom.
J""\ Hurry, ealyNEEO OPPORTUNI. HOMES .80 seem station County Owner financed. SOS Church $r. 2 story classic 4 M. $... '.500.
..
I r-evit. TV to awn en extre nice COUNTRY CLUB Brick nl err. 4 8R Z both ha .ulp.pea with lowoNEAR o. aere Hwy 22.1.: good land. Improved "...10.... 130 StoHng, SI.. 3 M ]f CN4A. SU.0M.

,- POUR BEDROOMS' piece o< Income,producing FR. with nr.pl.re; CII/A.'I doubliegarage.. large lut: grownd ,0.1. privacy fenced. .2.no per acre. ficeMenl home I JO* Pratt. 3 I*. 2.. CM4A.'
Call Owner retiring property ISOO .... It. .n.700. t.ne. large Fla.. mom .21 acres Hwy :301 Snulh. good fmnlage.. take SI. Ocala ...."....$? ,SM. Own. PI...
and = $27.000. .home with too sq. ft. rente EXCELLENT CONDITION:Great location.3 BR, 2 b.h., overlooking, the 29.13 acres with liH) pecan tree*. 12'x70': Mil and litore en fake Geneva.BUSINESS .
n. . .. .139.900
p-I. 2 Mil
hookup
re en 301 with en 2.40 ac. In Sterke. block with FR. CiliA. un nit. 1..1. 140.000. OPPORTUNITIES
.
1.0Ac.| $",$.. RRDUCIDi te BRAND' NEW: BR. Z bath.mamoory. CiliA. with :.10 acre, half wooded half Improved fromiure.good ,
md II. *>c'rt
.'septic Very pret$4,000. f .
property across tram
: A SPECIAL! PLAC1fireplace. .location. Creek frnnlage.HOMES Holiday Inn Owner fin.
-ty. $$'.'Of'. 4J.300. ......ded'2tf.wat.& ,s-Stage epts. '$17.500.. Owner flnenced.
810 STORYBI.II/woad., 4 BR.,31r bath, walking 1-7000 .. ,
ft. CB
kldg. Rd. 14 I Owner
10 en
frant. .pprolllm.t.'y financed.
In. 301 North ,. Moi lawtey distance 10 lawn. 1"1.8110. TWO STORY framehouseore, Call Street. Rroomx. W Home
W.itleske. .Associate aVee/Wkends 44SMSltrbui .CflRISTIAN ST" 2 BR "luck.'1001173101: 12l .000. sonse with small caltag. 2 "athN..II.PTON .3 (commercial)S cottage IJJ.JOO Owner flnenced.
41foof, financing :3 I BR. IB :3 building on Call Apt. upstairs Owner financed.
KINGSLEY: LAKE; Brl.k. d"pl. 80 rt. on W.I.,. on arm with nice flnh
186.1100. available. .. .... .S59,5011, pond. S21.900. Teratow, *>404 N. Cherry 2 large furnished A pro. Owner fin.

CROSBY lAKE:2 BR fr..i' 63 '1. an'svoler.439.040.' .2'. acre 2 BR. I bath. PRICE REDUCED. la W$900. me 'Income 4 rentals C.II. Say 111._.
.STRAWBERRY ACRES: Country Eolat. large 2"10' ITS ABOUT 'IMI.- 818.:100.: W Large Apt.. cample. 301. good cash tI_. Owner."".

Cape Cud IIn I. beautiful fenced .er. T. deep paying' sent with .Three bedroom. 2 balh. living room dining......... ACREAGE

.LAWTEYs Rd. 223. 2 BR Ir.m. :.I acres. 11JIL12-L' this sumor financed 3ORD kitchen breakfast room family roo", Cll/.Vrhaln *2.4 acre Hampton $$.SOO Owner flnenced.
Z2liA Now 2 B& .llh' great ,aam ...d fireplace. ,bedroom .block home on aCHIA link fenced yard several pecan and fruit I...".. *5.5 acre near Presbyterian' Ch. 1 Hospital. Mt.OOO.
. fenced ercwH-frnred Can be .
pha4y W .131.1Oq panlure. bought with '
*4.U
WVPmmonooood on 4 seem. Tractor and dink harrow Inelud.d I 3'r or 7'. acres. Terms.801THGATE acres Orlffls Loop -'limber $10.500 Owner fin.
I ".ooo. *13 eiret 301 I
Morgan Rd. MOOO Owner fin.
: 2BR. 1 Balk family .
HAMPTON DR fr..... earner 101. down In. 119.200. :.01SCOVI a h : corner lot. fM.MO.: Terms. room cmprlNice *20 acme 301 N. Railroad prime Owner fin.

.rNDER CONSTRUCTION 1 "Pelment Rd. Momently P,11111;' 2 SATISFACTIO" .2..... A Home off rd. 12$ ..... fenced $24.00.
B. LR. Sr. DR. FRW/fII"/ ,) .% Largest lei; Ready. 1. fa .two ctry ,Ilvlne-a HOMF.SITE8Crosby 10 acres 4 la?2 le brick Rd. 12$ Home with eitras.
AVI OUT OF TOWN BUYERS FOR FOLLOWING PP.OPIRESl move In by May 30. VA. Fillillii 'o..nllen.l. S3-t.IiOO. '..."........ large living Lake renlrlcled' hommllen. .broker-owner. 12 acres Rd. 223 Nice home I S* 2 Sa CHaA $43.100.
_. control beat I air,
TrrmH. 14 acres grown'_ Rd. 3 IR
2 I. CHSA $*4, 00.
. MANY-MANt OTIIEIISI'oj 000 .cholcor, .are of ..ndI2'.1OO ..94 arm' $2.000. In 10.... *4 ecres Neat I left I Be oft Rd 12$ $32.O0 .
3-4 Bl MemefTewn or Country). DON'T BE SORRY YU( DIDN'T CALL! .2 lots In city paved .,.....I..III.IOO.! excellent lOrS FOR INVESTMENT
RELAX I SAVE 6--
t ... I.'.... .
3-S-IO-40. er/mare 0 Aaiifaircel. *-vacant or with m0bII0r ,o/rith'th./ 2 bedroom. .he9mkrv .... 7 Trailer lota rewnlee N.. M.OOO. per lot 20% "_,,.

.-old farm! leme,' ,. : .- ; .pod"I !I'..... Saturday 1114 12 conveniently, located to TUOB/RIIOLSEAND .I acre _II. tank. elec., pump ....*.. utll.I>"' ..II.IOO..
1'\:: : \ "......I".p".n" )j ,everything. Great far the SEVERAL APARTMENTS: FOR RENT .Lot 4 Dollar Crt 13ftO.

r E..u.... Acreage or HOMO en leke fronta *. 11prot ,tI...' here&'Is Property Management Sen Ice*,Available.Paul let aeer Country Club 20a l2"' ".100. fid. 230.
."" . .:121.100 lotiwittoTerwIIUgerRlty. 160 .
.IVINI"'IOS Re.L. .\. J-.. r. : 060' Owner fin.,
or rental properties. .1" .Ralph, 71. .H.FeulkrarReetteeSusan I Hempten, Oaks let 125 $7100 pretty trew, Owner fin. '

: f\J.'t, 4 .\'\ .\ .) 164-6101 .'HI"IR.ICTMATC.- M. FaulknerReelterSvenlnge9441044. Call It. semnwrclel let 23$' H ..' $'*.100 Owner f''...
us to list your proportion today......NCI1.'t! 1 f.yna..o.u.I.0 Lillig"Cfp"Orsaft ,,1Ittrwacl' end this S Besent 1...-._.". neighborhood $4000, Owner Do. ,
basis. aralsorlselesms". I OrokelsftoltOmen home socirrod so i. ;*0' Country Club .lots I Acre eesh leva* each Owner...

V IsIIc"' ,......" Office Motors" Undrovot.ease with 1Jwd .....: REALTOR ASSOCIATESrfve.e44l43 CeJ J"$*. controversial' lot low a low" $f.900 Owner. .-

E' I b1 W' .. .IIIIJ_. ,. ,, .:ar- ..... Renter Auoclate, 7 ,
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.Moody NOW.S.Word 'vickI'..... W.Clark I Julie i.Orlffls ,1. _t44-$74S Is Nermen After Heure,
N. Temple Ave. I III Associato 0600ewA .Will' .... '" I 1 *" V' ; ''? Q., ,J t ,,...m..?,, o 1' 702.3"Issally $
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DOWNTOWN SJARHEFriday and Saturday May ,2-3


( The following merchants offer you SUPER BARGAINS on the sidewalks of Call and Walnut Streets ..'

I I After you watch_ the Shrine Parade Saturday,shop these downtown merchants: :



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3 Cycle Harvest 181k Electric Bold Dryer 288'' eo\esO\ Shoes i !
321f.JrI !
drumSAVE
Porcelain enameled ... t:
I Childrens $1 U .
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Any Purchase _

I =ft. of$20 'Worn ens $10 t '" :"' '
cheat freezer J
ormoreTextured ;
teal lid. AOL Gl .S .
a Up-front defrost drain. :Jf In stock Shoes to fit everyone SHOI. .
a Security key-lock.
$30 ..a Adjustable Magnetic door cold gaskets.control.. Items i in ,your ,f familya 'IStJMMtR-"OM1-N'S r .. "'"'" .. :.
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tabulation.Adjustable
Foam
'1HOI1rw..r :
apring-loaded r r. :; ,
Sliding lift-out basket. 1 70% OFF ; rf
Stan's
20988 .95t Bootery <<',;:l1 r t.]
101E.Call St.
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ON Ng MONTGOMERY WilD CATALOG STORE 114-1313 ...
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132 E. Call St. Starke 964-8090 A

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rn ., -. --.- *," ,, *"__ l \:" (Jllrll" 138 E. Call Starke's Own Bakery 964-5890 .

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Bargains Galore ;:;

Give a Mother /

t.\t.t.\.t.\\ (\\ 125-33% Offl.tidl MOMV/S F a Cake On Her Day DW

I MAY 11. I9OO
Buy Mom a color TV for[Mother's Day
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Graduation Gifts: TV,stereo equipment,cedar chests OSP Stop in after the Shrine Parade .

3U .. From the People Who Care. Saturday for a tasty snack! :

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Double .
.GUARANTER.. 1 1 ,1 1 .
128 S. Walnut tarke. Fla. 964-528 f 4-.. '
"'lied.ea i 'kJ.JJ T.at yo.. Reylet"
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Hundreds of Items u Great Mother's Day ..Gifts.i. ;

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Hi-Dri Paper Towels ......."..._..... 99c 2 rank -Key Chains Figurines '
:
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Delsey Toilet'Tissue.....:!!:-A..... 99c 4l1n pack r
SHOW MOM YOU ,
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LOVE. HER AndMo .,Atrh.
I.1 ;); ,Material .................... 66ld88. ?.. : per yd. '. .1)) ,: ,
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\4. .' Ladies i KneeIStC. ": ,. ..'.".. ........., 57C perp, r ': |. .
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L 0 ft VAN H PRIEST I ;CO '. : L: :;Shop.with us for ,Great Gift Ideas '""' .' ,:, ( ) CJ:)

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