Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 15, 1980
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:04208
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Jury Awards Mueller
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$ I Million for FarmAfter

Half Million Worth of Wheels... deliberating three hours, a been "deferred" due to budget cutbacks an estimated $3,100 per acre today,
one-man, 11-woman jury filed back In Washington.The Chesborough said.
These 14 while GMC diesel eml-trucks were nil titling costing $504.238 they bid for the other counties. The truck Into the Bradford County court room city Is under an EPA order to In view of the dearth of comparablesales

on the vo-tech parking lot In Starke this week but only cost over 138.000 each. at 4:30: p.m. Wednesday, May 14, witha stop discharging effluent from its the Gainesville realtor said he
four will stay here. Twenty-four students, Including seven women and the verdict of tl,009,830 for the con- sewerage treatment plant Into used the "development approach"
school's first mother-son team are currently enrolled In demned property of Fred G. Mueller Alligator Creek which feeds tk 3-lake formula as outlined by the national
Four go to Chlpley. 4 to Winter Haven! and t to Miami. the truck driving course. plus $100,009 In severance damages.: chain of Rowell Crosby and Sampson realtor's association: "Fix a value as
Truck driving Instructor Oiicar Davis and vo-tech director A new graduate can earn up to 1400 starting salary.,andas and runs through.treeks and If the property were actually
Ted Oglesby were "tickled pink" the line.of.new semis. much as 120.000 In the first year of driving. Title to the 368.95 acre tract was obtained rivers which eventually empty into developed, then subtract all costs that

by the city In condemnation the Gulf of MexIco; would have been Incurred in the
procedures last July, but Mueller rejected development." The balance would
the city's offer of $1,200 per Since comparable sales could not be give the value of the raw land to
acre and requested a jury trial to set used as the.criterion, due to unique which should be added a factor for
::Fire Coverage, Areas Established the price. The verdict returned features of the Mueller tract attorney severance damage, Chesboroughsaid.
Wednesday amounts to $2,734 per David Foerster relied on expert .

: .-. acre, more than double the city's initial witnesses using"the development approach" Applying this formula he came up
offier. Although the $100,000 Ins to set a value on his client s with total of
a U.009.830, or approx-
,, severance damages was not up to tend more than double the $1,200 of- imately $2,700 acre for the 368.95acres
: 8 County Volunteer Departments : Mueller's fered the of Starke. per
;By -. request for $148,594. It was by City Judge of "raw land" In Mueller's
still above the$88,423 above the figureset Osee R. Fagan issued the condemnation tract. This was broken down into the

.. for damages last July. order last summer, but Mueller following categories: 228.95 acres

Areas for which county volunteerfire In effect with the defined boundaries running the jail. We won't be'aroundthe Mueller has already been paid the refused to accept the city's offer. suitable for single family dwellings,'

departments will be responsible intended to make dispatching easier. radio all the time. We try to stay .city's original price of$442,750. Lowell D. Chesborough Ph. D, $721,879; 80 acres for residential farm
for covering were defined and Bill Grouse chief of the Lawtey with you as much as we can, but there Gainesville Investment counselor sites. $131,702; two acres commercial -
uniform communications approved in 'Volunteer Fire Department, pointedout are times we can't. Be aware the Remaining calm, though tense, as registered mortgage broker andrealtor $16.954; 46 acres industrial,
a meeting of all the county fire chiefs that the boundaries help deter- dispatcher gets lust as excited abouta the verdict was announced Mueller testifying late Tuesday afternoon 139295. All figures are "raw land"

Wednesday. May 7,. in the Bradford mine who can get to the fire first. call as you do, Foster said. expressed no joy at the outcome, sayIng said the comparable sales values. In addition to this he computed
Volunteer Fire Department Buildingin Plans were discussed calling for the "You're going to have mistakes the condemned property method of fixing value of the property severance damages at $146,594.

Starke. sending of two fire engines and a but let's not jump up and down. Just represented his "life's work" and he could not be applied in this case due to Severance damages, Chesborough

The boundaries and uniform communications -. tanker to each structure fire In the go put the fire out and we'll talk aboutIt (was reluctant to part with it at any unique features of the Mueller explained, would be incurred because

were adopted effective county. later. Our primary thing here is life price. tract-being an unusually large area some of Mueller's single family dwell-
Wednesday, May 14, to give the eight or property, Crouse said. .-" City attorney George Pierce said In in close proximity with urban ing sites would not be suitable for this
"What we're do Is roll
trying to two ''Bradford couldn't view of the awarde
development excellent
county volunteer fire departments County get a large ; having access because of their nearness to
with trucks on a structure fire. That's our better deal than Its here ((Mueller the file for to U.S. 301 and purpose
time to acquaint their personnel got right city wouldmow being compara- the irrigation plots which could
the new procedures. main reason" for establishing' zones Green said:, He said the national :;,another grant' from the U.S. Environmental tively high and well-drained. The only possibly spray affect the quality of drinking
and codes Crouse said. :This is going fire is Protection to tract
for $43 Agency anywhere
average protection per'capita near comparable
Bradford in .
Under the umbrella of the water, his opinion.An
to put more apparatus on the while Bradford County make the shortage- funding its Che borough said 58 the
per year, up was acres at earlier witness Richard Tar-
Volunteer Fire Departmentare ,
County road, it's going to take more but it
citizens pay $1.07 per person per proposed to be financed intersection of 301 and SR-18 which and
the following units: Starke, box Gainesville planning
will Improve our fire fighting. multiyear
EPA to sold in 1977 for
year. through a grant $2,544 an acre. Ad-
New and the
1-BCVFD Graham, BCVFD development consultant
; Heilbronn ; "These are only suggestions to The fire chiefs agreed to meet on ,,total some 93.5 million. At present, justing for inflation and the normal director of the North Central
River 3-BCVFD Springs, original
; make Bradford County more profes- .
4-HSLFD the months that have a fifth Monday theSpcpject Is stalemated because Increase In property values the updated ,
Lawtey, S-LVFD( Florida Regional Piannln.Quncll: ,
; ; sional Crouse stated. He asked
meet thqe months* ..EPA. randingof the original grant has. price on such a tract.would beat
Theressa,, -6-TVFpi; Brookert!: others present to make 'any other ,or.!' ,every : ,.' 'said hit wes retained by'Mueller'toprepare
S-BVFD. ; ; recommendations for changes to his 'r. ",. -<' '5. !'/II. ;I,..,.''''' W/'I'':' ''''.t._. a master planfor development :.
" '. w 'i<.Representatives. jsevcitt: of! tile .proposed systemThose present were1* t ',,' '" "",,' ... ''1'''';; ) ,, ''. of the property several years'ago. /

.s.. county's eight vohinteer fire depart-, In total agreement. ,.. Tarbox said he made a complete
; ments, including Chuck Colbert of the Dispatchers and firemen will have field analysis together with soils

of Forestry set up the to- learn, the, codes, signals and maps, which he exhibited. His plan
district and accepted prescribedcodes districts. The public will have to Y 14' showed an 80-acre residential farm
for identifying equipment and remember to phone' the Bradford ta! tract bordering Alligator Creek whichhe

for dispatching units. County Jail in Starke, 9644161( for all 1, said would be divided into one to
Prior to the joint meeting, depart county fires and assistance: in five-acre tracts. Also Included in the
ments were dispatched according to emergencies. plan were 228.95 acres for approximately -

proximity to fires. That same rule is Crouse pointed out that the newly 97 single family dwellings on
established call signs indicate which lots about 100x130 feet; 46 acres for industrial
and what uses and two acres for com
drier! 'department type equipmentwill mercial or multifamily residential on
mite] mown be responding to calls. IS, tle

"It won't help fire fighting, but it'll 301.The sewer project engineer Jim
r help communications' Crouse said. Lucas, of Bessent. Hammock &

r i "This is the way big departments Ruckman, Jacksonville describedthe

1. Z work. This is the way we want to proposed spray irrigation system
.f work," Crouse said. and said his studies indicated there
In Bradford County jailers are would be no physical damage toMueller's

emergency service dispatchers, with remaining' lands.
for fire and Lucas said that after treatment
citizens calling the jail
rescue as well as calls for theSherill's with chlorine gas. the waste water
Ladies Have It.
Department. Robert Foster The ., from the sewage plant would be piped

chief jailer for the Bradford County On man. Moke O'lirrry. and 11 women Juror listen Intently right In Mueller' attorney. David Kin-ruler. O'Herry to the Mueller property (the old
t' Sheriff's Department and a captain. all witness 1-1) rhenborouKh points out feature. of did' not seem to mind bring the Hole male on the Starke airport site south on 301)

with the volunteer fire department planned development for the Mueller property. Standing 12-membrr Jury., where the condemned acreage wouldbe
i; pointed out. divided into seven separate plots.

tl The jailers do the dispatching of plus one emergency plot, for spray

l != THURS.'RI..& $"'.' emergency services work free of ing. Only one plot would be sprayedper

I:{; MAY IS, Ut 17 charge! according to Foster. Carl Hurst Running for :Tax Collector water.day while with the about other six two plots inches rested of

"The dispatchers are' doing this in order to absorb water from
):. Florida Jtot Prlien free. I made a deal with the sheriff 12 sprinklers with heads one foot above

t' '. THURSDAY, MAY IS years ago. and we added on and add- Starke Shell. service station Hurst lives with his wife the former ground level.
.. ed on responsibilities and fire sta Andrew The engineer said that buffer zones.
: aISClu"I 'operator' Carl Hurst formally an- Gail Andrews, and two step-sons.
Center tions. If you've got a complaint with his Edwards 200 feet Wide would be left with
Klngiloy lake Civic nounced Monday May 12. candidacy and Mark Strickland on
.. ..: 1" a.m.j Sack LaacbFRIDAY.MAY the dispatchers, see me or Foster for the office of Bradford Road. Rt. 4. Box 104(1.( Starke. natural growth between the irrigatedarea
.,' because if the dispatchers get upset and adjacent lands.
,. NI County tax collector in the "No promises nor committmentsare
with us, It's going to be trouble" said Crops would be grown on the irrigated -
I 16 Democratic primary this September. necessary for the office of tax collector
I 'Harry Green chief and founder of the land so that the two nutrients
r and
1- y Hurst Is seeking the vacancy but there is one promise
:i ::. GRAD NITS School;< >,<1 j jlu Bradford County Volunteer Fire created by the retirement of veteran committment I will make lo the people discharged in the waste water.
1 !leaves and would be
> High nitrogen pho phorus.
Department."The Tax Collector J.R. Kelly who has announced of Bradford County, and that is to
:30F.M.. the before
he will retire at the end of his commit to the office with absorbed by growth the'water
l: -"'" bass. sheriff (DoTph Reddish) has myself allowed to drain inlo''Alligator
worked with been current term. Kelly has worked In the honesty and Integrity and to serve all '
,. '" FRIDAY a SATURDAY real us 100 percent. lie'j' courthouse for 47 years and has been of the people of the county to the best Creek. The'primary crop
Green said.
good would be cottonwood the
i lMAYI6&I7 tax collector 32 with oppositiononly of ability. ,' trees
\ years my
Foster asked the group to be patient engineer said. with a secondary cropof
YARD SALE with the dispatchers. .. once since he first won the officein
.. ." 2221 Hollord RoodI:30A.M.7:00.M. I94S. rye grass.
"Dispatchers are In charge 'of J Lucas said Starke was under man
;',::' 'rescue, the sheriff's: office, fires'and Hurst will be competing with ,Priest'Gets.Seat dale by the EPA (Environmental
"'" .- .', | Ladles Au.. Un. Pont. Church Esther Shuford'Hall. Kelly's'longtime Protection and DER
W' chief and deputy and local real Agencyt
H.E. 'Shorty Priest the' only I Department of Environmental
'estate salesman Stephen E. Simmons
,"" MONDAY MAY, lt New.Grand Jury1 l the other two announced candidates qualifier,. has been named to the Regulation to cease discharging
Ilk 911lk.Hes 1102 Impanelled Here to date. Lawtey city council to replace Ben sewage plant effluent Into Alligator

i? ." Covered Olsh-?10."". It came as no surprise that Hurst McCulley who resigned because of a Creek, is over-fertilizing Rowell

. ''li 'Jj M.ollng' ;I pain: Eleven men and seven women were announced this week for lax collector. job. conflict. and Sampson Lakes.
, > 'impanelled fort Circuit Court duty He has been "unannounced" candidate When the qualifying deadline pass .After Lucas was questioned and

H : iH Srodlord; Co. School Bd. here Monday. May 12, by Judge R.A. for some time, Hurst was a ed at noon Monday May 12. no one except cross questioned by Koerster for the
6:30P.M. Green lo,serve for the Spring Term of member of the Starke council for Priest had qualied, and so Priest plaintiff and George H. Pierce for the
.tt *. court which ends Nov. 10. eight and served city five as 'got the seat by default. Priest will be city he was questioned at length by
Bradford Co. Hospital Assistant State Attorney' Tom mayor.years He ran unsuccessfully years for sworn In for the balance of .Me- Judge K A. Green Jr.. concerning the
Elwell held organizational ( Hurst[ Culley's term June capability of the proposed system to
tSoordTUiSDA,, tI .+#3CI..m... a. county judge against present'Judge- Carl Monday. 2. .
: : meeting with the new jurors, but no Elzie Sanders before the law required F'er Tax 1'atlector, The new commissioner, Is the lake .care of Starke's future growth'
Items were presented to the, grand I < former operator of the Standard service needs.
:: .that be .
a county judge a lawyer.
Y.MAY. 20' '01' ,. : r' Lucas said the have
,Jury Monday, Hurst has owned and operated the : -it, : i ; r '. station in Lawtey. plant would a
STARKICITY.COUNCIL ,, ''The state attorney serves tinder Shell station the of SR-100 ,>* 1}. ISECTION I- Priest will have to run for a full- $ Mueller. .
on corner 2AImprovement
f'f' PaRe
,.' 7:00 P.M. Florida law as legal advisor to the and US-3O1 for the IS He Is ,. '.,I ."... term In the December city Ieclion.R .
past years. \ '
: .
: : City / : grand jury. ) ,. ,. ,
"shrlner master of
a mason, past
t' .Holl''t ,
,,'I' .,', : ',,'
.. : a
: and
: : Bradford Lodge No. 35 F"AM. a member'1'u >> Contest
,:. ; FSMJftOMIITINO; member of the Starke-Bradford t l'oper; y(,
Iis dex.
,.... "' :Circuit'Breaker- la .:>
Ch.mber01 Commertet and
.: itegH: ... .}' ; ; ., "' There Is still time lo enter this con Deadline for :
member of the chamber's board of .Ni entering your photos Is
; "
;;: *1 CausesQityRlackeut, ,_ .ctteas. test. Why not go ahead and paint that June IS. '1980. Mail all entries to
for several : He la's :
years .
governors ,,
.. ,: ,
.J' > Air been
room you've .
.outteay01 Elecirlcltywas off'Tuesday nlghl'v "? planning on pain- BRADFORD UNION:;
.. ; member of P.'iB.t. Baptist Church.. 6f '. .. Paves iA'3A&14ANears all COUNTY
ting ? No improvement will '
of Starke far spring BOARD OF
May 13. In some sections Stark --V,4 REALTORS/1NC., 230S:
( .. .... 14
\\JACK"'S N BUILDING city power crews to' replace.! .a.broken' !: < .Hurst says he,"loves! People and has' .dI..rl.I.'n.Brief*.tv -,,, ...,..Pate Is&" 4A ''a be* considered too small for you to use N. TEMPLE AVE., STARKE." ,FL
your entry.
circuit breaker. their 'Interests at heart In talking of 32091. .
ra3/es S."t'l ,
said Solty. "
\.SUPf.LtQI '
: Starkeyptr. Utility Director MerrnrDen. must W.'Hunt says. Raatiaym.Httq .
ft ak, ;
about half the town was without ."look forward Mr thai because I wantto Levels 'DO IT NOW. DoNT FORGET TO No photos will be returned. If
.V.fii) 964-6078 for some a minutes. SECTION '! ;?> TAKE YOUR BEFORE AND AFTER yoU) require additional Informationabouf
power \become>> : acquainted with everycitizen 411441Obisearles.
h;YSi1Nl4.HCOI\1" The has announced the-power1! "Spoilt 'tt-iris .r..as PICTURES.'Deadline for completingyourjmprovennentjls the local
city ;
'III"i'll'A' ,'1. In our county and visit friends .. ,.. Pale IB
"' My 'I'' I finish'
but ? -.v-
': 143-4373: would be off about an hour hall I seldom! have ah opportunity? to see." Clauilladi. .". .!>.*.!..,.. May,31.1960; Realtor
" ., ed the job In less than that time. *,? <1 tH -
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TELEGRAPH May 16,ilea.
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News Briefs Lowest U PPlanwq HiaiT eAc4 n. 9;' V 'OI

I Cause Rags Near Heater yard south of on a NW private- 105 Avenue residence slid and Into struck the: :II.11!, }0t t : :: ;'

House Fire a tree. : I:
No citation was Issued by the FHP.
for dls'Told.i
Slight damage was recorded In a '80-81 Bo ; : |
house fire at 439 r ., .
Orange Street In I
h, II 'j' ,_
Starke. Two InjuredIn .
According! Thursday to Starke, May 8 Fire, at 7:45 Depart-a.m. A staffing plan calling for a'tupli-. :I.1 ii; the state legislature has weighted K-4 I those>> schools had aU i ealed.Bradford. .dw tiki" or ROTC, 'callie' iverloacli:1III
ment, toe house belong to Carlyn AccidentTwo teacher ratio of 1-23 In grades K-a and '>i students heavier than the upper High spent$373,996 more than It eanW+ '0th r classes, such'aa English:!..
Rn.Recorda. men received Injuries In a car 1-25 In grades 4-12 will be presented to .,I grades. A K student earns 1.234 oil laM year the middle school and Duncan told the school board VHS las'1'a
show the fire started from pickup accident Friday, May 9, at the Bradford school: board for .ap; weighted FTE or 11,234 compared to smaller outlying, schools a'-o.' .... a Moth grade English daaB'with. 37
rags that were near a gas heater 7:05: p.m.. 2.S miles south of,Starke on Monday Man I at monthly tithe 1,000 for a student In grades 4-12.The i bard time keeping expenditures down students and' a geography J class witftn 'n-
which got too hot and caught fire. U.S.301 with S2 000 damage the 19, 7 p.m.: in Administration : state is also putting on top of that 9120 to'what each school earm.' by Its students. :
vehicles involve.FIIP Building on N. Temple in the PREP (Primary Education' number of students. "Jim,' what do you..think of this"
report said a I960 Oldsmobile Ave. 'f Program). Next year the state plans "Starke and Southside elementary pupil-teacher ratio?," asked. ;.board
Pedestrian sedan operated by Scott Mansfield is to up PREP funding too per student, schools are Just a very efficient sis*. chairman Arthur Oaskios. .
Injured. Slad, 22, of Jacksonville, was north It probably' the lowest pupil- to $180. With that*!**, BOO to WMpudaota, a "Mr.Gaskins,that's a very dIffI1. ...
Hit by CarA bound on U.S. 301 and a 1978 Ford teacher ratio Bradford schools will The state has also mandated that / can be operated verr deo6school QUestIon" Duncan replied. '
pickup driven by Billy E. Burnham, have ever enjoyed, says Supt. Tom students be kept In regular classroom Casey toldthe school board.BHS. Aa efficient Job can be done on the,.
76-year-old Lawtey man required 21of Ponce De Leon, Fl., pulled Into Casey. situations and that school officials .on the other hand, has anoverall secondary level with a P-T ratio'' of"
treatment at a local hospital after be- the path of the Slad vehicle from the Last year the P-T ratio was basedon must justify placing a student in a pupil-teacher ratio 1-19. 1-3J or 1-34, if all the students) are on':
ing struck by a car Sunday May 11 at median. Slad could not stop and col- 1-28 weighted FTE meaning some special program, and write an Individual But things an not-as food as that .the same level Duncan said. But 50.:
8:50: p.m. on NW lOCI Avenue .4 of a lided with Burnham's vehicle. courses or grades earn more money plan for special education sounds Principal Jim. : told minute periods,' five periods a day .
mile west of Lawtey with no damageto Records indicate Burnham and a from the state. The PL-T ratio for the students. the achoollieard.. and special programs added In all "
the vehicle involved. passenger Damon Scott of Ponce 10-81 term Is based on raw FTE, and Eighty percent of all monies earnedby BHS has some. classes which do not contribute to throwing the P-T ratio.m.
sedan FHP records by show Mark a 1979 Dustin Ford of DeLeon were released after treat- pctual number of students. students in grades 4-12 must be have many students,such.driver's out of kilter,Duncan explained. :....
operated ment In the emergency room of the Supt. Casey spent over an hour spent In that area,which is about$800 .. '
Starke, was northbound NW 105 'M
on discussing the pupil-teacher ratio last -
Bradford County Hospital. per student 11I- I""
Avenue a dirt road. John Wilkersonof Trooper D.C. Roberts cited Bur week at the school board's work ses No matter how much money Is IIIJ
Lawtey was walking south In the nham for violation of right of way. sion. available next year or how little, the .
northbound lane when Box failed to State law now requires that 90 percent
budget must be arranged so that the .
see him. Two Arrested of all monies earned by grades percentage requirements! are met, MOTION.
Wiikerson: was taken to Bradford K-3 must be spent In that area._ That Supt. Casey_points out.Penalty is that ,
County Hospital in Starke where he For TrespassingTwo
means a K-3 student will have $1,240 without a plan showing the state requirements
was released after emergency treat men were arrested Friday by spent on him next term.The followingyear are met the state will Effective/ Wednesday, :
ment. Wilson's Flower 81-82, the state intends to lower p
Starke Police at withhold budget dollars, Casey:sa,..
No citations were issued by the Shop. The two men were asked to still further the P-T ratio in K3. Difficulty Li Supt. Casey! budget .::1-
FHP. leave the shop In Starke Plaza Shopping Target for 81-82 Is 1-20. planning Is getting the funds to where .' May21,1980 :
Center according to police The federal Title I program In they are earned. It is difficult to keep .:
records. grades K-3 is In addition to the 1-23 expenses in the high school down to ', ..;
No One InjuredIn Raymond Charles McAlister 25, oi ratio providing 18 additional what It earns and also difficult to I .
Mobile Home FireNo Gainesville, and Ray Courtney teachers to help disadvantaged. spend all that Is required In the -.J Mae WHI Bt Closed :.t:
Wilson 24, of Lawtey, were arrestedby students. primary grades.
one was injured In a minor fire Patrolman Don Allen on the Attempting to catch kids lacking a Starke Elementary, Southside
at the residence of Gerald Brown,, trespassing charges after police were good background up early so he Elementary and Lawtey Elementary Each Wednesday. "
1500 Geiger Road, Starke Saturday, called to investigate the Incident. doesn't fall further behind each year last year earned more teachers than
May 10, at 4:40 p.m., according to McAlister and Wilson were released I
Starke Fire Department. from the Bradford County Jail In
Records indicate that a gasolinecan Starke on 1160.50 recognizance bond
caught ire outside the house as each after they promised Bradford Ability Grouping Out. Office Hours:
gasoline was being sprayed on an ant County Judge Elzie S. Sanders at an
arraignment hearing they would not : "
There was slight damage to the ex- go to the flower shop. Mon.. 'ue. Thur.-Fri. '
terior of the house and smoke damageto At Southside ElementaryThere
the inside of the trailer according Hampton Home ,
to fire department records. Solved 2 PM 5pM
Burglary will be no more ability When it was pointed out teachers ;:
Car Hits Tree Burglary of the Hampton home of grouped classes at Southside Elemen- will have more levels to teach, Moore ...:
; T.J. Alderman has been solved with tary School Principal Jesse Moore said Southside teachers can reach '
Nobody Hurt the arrest of a man found looting a has decreed. every student with the 1-23 pupil- Closed' Wednesday r
house the Bradford Sheriff's teacher ratio : :
No one was injured In a one vehicle Lawtey Next year all Southside students expected next year. .
accident on NW 105 Avenue, 1.1 miles Department says. will be assigned to class without Teacher work-loads are not ---:- ..:.
north of Lawtey Friday May 9 at II Joseph Raymond Martel. 23, has regard to their ability or progress. distributed equally now, when some .- ;:;:
a.m. with$250 damage to the vehicle. been charged with burglary grand Students with deficiencies will be teachers have accelerated classes .
theft of several hundred dollars worthof and have lower 964-8650 ;:
FHP records show a 1978 Ford pulled out of the class for special In- some level students. .. ,
silver from the Alderman home Moore said teachers '
with lower level
sedan operated by Madeline N. struction or teachers will visit regular '.
which was ransacked two weeks ago. students must write Individual lesson ; : '
Roberts,40), of Lawtey, was going classrooms to give extra help to plans for each student. ": .. ::
students who are behind. Parents described the .. !\Ii. '.' .. "' John Campbell.: /.
move as a :
I Moore addressed some 40 parentsat .: ;

...Mueller.,...,,,,,,/( from..:.....Page! ._U..).-............. a Parent's Advisory Council "step"It backward.is a travesty tq. hold back a M.D' :
meeting Tuesday night most of I .. .
capacity to handle 840,000 gallons of needs to the yea"2ooo, based on whom were opposed to the change. child. It's" the worst filing that can a"I w ".- tJL -.
waste water per day,which should be average use of 940 gallons per day per Students at Southside have been happen, said Richard Odom, a .

sufficient for Starke's projected person. grouped by ability and assigned to aclassroom parent. .. '.... .I::.-
Lucas was also questioned as to the with students on more or -' --'!.- .. :
suitability of cottonwood for the less the same level. ,, ,M', : ,::
primary crop since it Is a deciduous Moore's plan will mix all' thq -04
FliP Predicts 21 ,tree becoming dormant In winter, Classes so that every class will Maven., i f, '.' .1. ., ," \ .\' 1 'J.
Road Deaths For and therefore not absorbing moisture. some above average and some.below! t4O' lot 119.4:9g.t9 a tviu "
Lucas said any excess water during students. +wrttnn H* uu urns TK|
Memorial Weekend these months would be taken care of average Moore was adamant In his stand : o( VIlJ(3'il'i1( lBmwliJ ]B'iJ'
TALLAHASSEE The Florida In two settling ponds designed for the saying he had made up his mind. He a 1 S
Highway Patrol predicted today that area. took time however, to explain his
21 persons may die in Florida traffic In an effort to prove damage to the plan to parents as long as any stayed.
accidents during the Memorial Day property, Foerster put Florida Mae Some parents asked what the purpose
holiday period. wellings a research center of a Parent's Advisory Councilwas
Colonel Eldrlge Beach, Patrol virologist on the stand who testified If Moore than already decided
director said, "The 78-hour period that viruses hundreds of times what type program to run at
begins at 6 p.m. Fri 23 and smaller than bacteria do not filter Southside. ': -
ends at midnight ,. Mayday, May 26, out in the soil and there would be 5 pe. Sets
1980." danger of them Infiltrating into Moore said assigning lower ability
During the Memorial Day holiday underground streams from the irrigation students to classrooms' by themselves .
period last year there were 30 people system. Answering Foerster's gives them a "label'
killed.Careless driving was by far the question Wellings said diseases carried "We' do some grave Injustices to '
greatest contributing cause with ten. by viruses included polio children (with ability grouping)," / 7 pc. Sets .
All 29 of the fatal accidents occured: hepatitis diarrhea, encephalytus Moore said. "I don't think we can
during clear weather and 16 of the 29 and certain respiratory diseases. Justify It.."
took place during daylight hours.A .
continuation of the Intensified
Speed Limit Enforcement II (ISLEII .
) overtime project will commence Christ Prices From
May 23 through May 29. This period of
time encompasses the Memorial Day
holiday period and the Patrol will Lutheran Church
have all available troopers and aux- .r + $9915
iliary officers operating patrol cars, SUNDAY SCHOOL & BIBLE CLASS .
traffic planes and radar on the 6 P.M.
highways In an effort to prove the
prediction wrong. WORSHIP SERVICE 7 P.M. e to
Keystone Uons Club

Keystone Heights Fla

lODraw FinesIn Call 473-4177 9 to 5 p.m. i $49915'arI81..rtmenl

473-2007 After f ,[ n m

County CourtTen

persons were fined and charges NOTICE OF BID
dismissed in another case for various of
offenses County Traffic May Court.13, in Bradford Colors and.StylesMood

Adam Keith Rosier plead guilty to
unlawful speed and was fined (48 by The Board of County Commissioners of
Judge Elzie Sanders.
Michael Ray Kellam was fined $38 Bradford County, Florida, will receive Chrome
after he pled no contest to careless or Painted
driving sealed bids in the Office of the Clerk of
Mark Alan Barber pled guilty to
unlawful speed and was released witha Circuit Court, located in the Bradford Legs;
warning by the judge.
Shirley Stritch Whiting was find 138 County Courthouse, Starke, Florida for .
after she admitted careless driving.Lee .
Roy Parker pled no contest to a the New Roof Project to be done at FabricVinyl or Wood Chairs
charge of unlawful speed and was 'fined -
$38. the Bradford County Jailhouse until

guilty Anita to careless E. Parsons driving(Godwin and was) pled fin- 10:00: a.m. on Monday, June 2, 1980. Wood Plastic' or Glass Table Tops


Ted Bernard Curtis, Jr. was fined ,," ......
138 for failure to use due care after he Specifications for the New Roof may be
pled guilty. The court suspended a
fine with a warning after Curtis pled obtained from the Office of the Clerk of
guilty to failure to immediately
report an accident. Circuit Court in the Bradford County !It's A Fact You Can Do Better At .
Kim Robert Company pled no- '
contest to speed too fast for conditons Courthouse, Starke, Florida.' Since 1923Ir't
and was fined $28 court costs. v. KM .. (LH'-'i
James Hubert Cain was found guilty > -

way by and the was court fined of violation$48. of right of The Board of County. Commissionersreserve r1 61Vj>i1lRlf= IdRtItTUR 66 '

Robert Dale Brantley was fined$28 the right to reject any and all.
on an unlawful speed case after he filed '
an affidavit of defense with the bids submitted. \ "
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Jerry Dale Rosacla was found guilty ,t 1> ,' ..::1
by the court of unlawful speed and /
was fined $23. t'u' ,., A:;: .i
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of unlawful speed and was fined$38. ; .. ,
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of unlawful speed against Steven Gilbert S. Brown

Bruce administrative Bennett hearing.after conducting: an Clerk to the-Board ,;:'..;)&.\I W Starke Fla. 964.5827, ,_

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Engineer Jerome Kelly presented r''fill i al| 1t rijof$15 iflHe listed calls during the.month 1 II'lt"P rru[ ;.1.flt" ;: 'd; ?.1rIHj\qJ'I1'\ I.\W:' \\t'!< ...,. ; .. )
list olios people who have signed ubt arf 1 JWit lncIiifeJJtound:, wallet Lone' Bi ,] ". '
to be placed on the new water yateqju..I 1 t.tJUnWIssued 't 1=o I I''Itail I Kv>I property damage; 9 disturbances ,! 'r" 'I ;" : ,: I 'fl
In Hampton to the city council at its three citations for speeding, ; 3 assistance of other police .1!"JlIl'.1 t \ V, ,' 1 .' rt ,
meetiM Tuestey, May, drunks 2 bad checks 1i ,. \
Kelly ;? "t|,r ir1IIIIIlIIII..tamartd! 11II.(01"I agencies; ; ; .. : .
'IA 4 p :'I! I caralBBSdalvhlgtipifd"! : :"JIUjl; :JI!' i I' prowler:and 2 fight '. .: / ": ', I ;' 'WI _
about $Q t' 4yngp: ray',\=QA],. \\)1\., .It,,,,,, liMJtll li / iv :ail I" '

SngineeVs trgctor.!: Koblar ol oSbtie ':.(Colas Ivl.I( n' anal! ,.; ,a n: n IJ! 'i'tn 1ts! ;Place'
presented ''a Hat. to r ;;.42: \ !j 1 1 .1 ais! :: : ( '. t r

13-namet of people! Who
Impart Kelly of estimated the new that sygt(hp 1r; ec\bed :! in Iiit e nifitionnl Science Faira

tog done by the palneavttg,finp .iiiiri'tn+ : ,;,1 i t. UM !" .t i I -, "
would coat$2< ,000.' ; Betsy '1 ,
? ;; !1 .eAIce"J el and, 'iYa".11 t. A tennis player herself, Janice took art
Council, approved 4 tapek: fcj} il! seniors SradfordHigh School, each 16mm high-speed film and analyzedeach
Hampton. Elementary' I chjol l ,, JuSt) t"),I placed..th Inthe/ ,aiafe International', frame,by which a mathematical''
outside the city Umlts.on Cfy-m, to hot science and Engineering F4ir, is Silo i analysis was done.
placed on the water,system | t'a cbs(. ,tl Pa l of 8,000.. The action,was tolTert After Held btaylN10r', the.l,+ntrliatipftal' 1", of Lateral Cerebral Hemispheric -'; "
Kelly aid there was money,Jen overt', Science and Engineering: i II''lsdedicated Specialization of Short Term
In the project for tile work to,btf done.:, ;tai i IIIyjrUlSI Rreat 9Ir interest ->i Memory' This' endeavor took 4th ,,
Kelly presented'a bill from tno coin, .-rJIO students fa fIlda91| | applied -, place in the Behavioral and Social \ "
tractor of (22,483 for work he science.: Sciences category. Betsy won a ribbon "
estimated- was es-perceat completed.! tea .lIIIrmutaIe dhlJliIlI'gfllfllde folk t medal,.and a $50 cash prize.
total of '180t68 teas beeI'I' paid to" venture, there were 25,000 fairs \\l! Betsy's project resulted in the "". I .
die ..throughout the United States with discovery that people use the ; : "
ll also agreed to advertise i!for1) j \ 'ntullon linguistic hemisphere for short-term '
Slant \ 1))over;1, students participating, \ \
.a operator for the water pl.nlai. l'lhd't ualUng In 458 finalists. Four t\memory In both music and language. .
Kelly said the operator must cei countries ana 47 states were The linguistic hemisphere is the left ,
tilled[ by the state as a Class C 'portion of the human brain In most
operator to conduct certain tests of c;pre sentn. "t" people. International Winners...
thf water. The council will open seal-' Janice :Jockeys' project! was "A BUS science students Janice Jockel. left, and Betsy Fair In St.Paul', Minnesota. Science Instructor Sandy ''I
edvbids for the operator at the June Cinematographical Analysis of Three Janice and Betsy agreed that going Yawn each won fourth place In the International Science Smith accompanied the girls on the trip.SAVE. '
meeting to be held June 10. Tennis tTopspin Forehands." This to the International Science Fair was
Kelly said the contractor still hasteput project' Won her 4th place In the quite an honor. The greatest ex-
in a new water pump ai part of the physics category and a $50 cash prize. perience for both girls was being In
project and he estimated this was the She also won.. a special award from ,such an "elite atmosphere" for one Burglar 91
final step for the project., ,''American\ ';.Society >of Photography whole week.
The!; City of Hampton took over the Engineers which was a lIt place on high-efficiency
water company from former Mayor medal, and $100 cash from Eastman Ms. Sandy Smith, BHS science instructor SurprisedWhen
Aryiur Bruno several years ago. Kodak;: > ;} accompanied the girls. All FEDDES
in a referendum In June 1978 Hampton expenses for Janice, Betsy, and Ms.
Waters decided Mon-
voters approved a plan for the Janice got the idea for her project Smith were provided by the Suwannee Danny
water system that will cost $257,000 from Grover Howard, a BHS teacher. Valley Regional Science Fair. day to go home unexpectedly, he hhh Conditioning
A caught two burglars the very act of p
fleecing his home.
When the Lawtey grocery store

tstarke Seeks ,Grant for Wood Power owner mid-afternoon went opened home Monday the front unexpectedly, one screen of the door Intruders in

': ., as Waters walked up the steps .
V grant writer Linda Day is successful 23 and must be submitted to HUD In for in Mrs. Day's grant application. pointed Waters' own 30.06 rifle at himand -"-=-
In getting yet another federal Washington, D.C. by June 23. If the $537,007 grant is approved, threatened to kill him if Waters I I _
grant for Starke, 30 substandard Notification will be made within 90 the units will be installed on a volun- didn't come inside the house. Waters --.'"
hopes\ will be equipped to generate days after that, or around October 1. tary, first-come, first-served basis. said he'd just have to shoot him and ULI
their own electricity using wood as a Mrs. Day who is working this grant Houses must meet city code. If they turned and ran. Waters ran behind his
poer source. application upin her! spare time while do not, HUD block grant funds wouldbe truck and on to a nearby house wherehe
Mrs. Day Is seeking $537,007 from still coordinating the city's $'.8 used to bring the house up to stan called the law. ( I
th<3J.S. Department of Housing Ur- million HUD block grant, says she dard before the wood-burning Lawtey Police Department and I I
bait Development In an Innovative will take this application to generator would be Installed, Mrs. Bradford Sheriffs Deputies tried to
grant for energy conservation to Washington, D.C. and walk It through Day says apprehend the two Intruders from
equip the 30 homes to generate channels as she did the application for The homeowners with the 2:30: until midnight In the woods surrounding Ill- ,1 .-
220-yolt electric power for the opera- the city's large wood-burning generators would undergo training in Waters home. _
tloijpf heating,air-conditioning,cooking generator.The conservation, equipment operation Then Tuesday morning May 13,
;;and hot water use. The homes home power plants are the Installation and repair and Raymond Joseph Martel, Jr., 23, of Buy early and get exceptional savings on the e., .
would still use city power for lights, brain child of Bob Gurln, vice- maintenance.The Jacksonville turned himself in to the ceplional name in air conditioning Fedde'S Buy :
but by generating their own electricity president of Alternative Energy Ad grant application calls for sheriffs office. Martel has been preseason price $548.00 smart and get this high,efficiency model thai holds
fir the "big" users it is estimated vancement, Inc. of St.Augustine, the $132,684 for equipment, $88,500 for charged with armed burglary,theft of season price * tome e owner would realize from 37 energy consultant working with the home modification, $78,000 for firearms from Waters house, and you save quality and features, Including a Handsome, simulated .
to 50) percent saving on his city electricity city on the large wood-burning modifications of city facilities, and assault with intent to commit murder. $91 'three carved wood Iron panel concealed, controls,
bill.Burning. $156,672 for in El 17.500 BTU't-10.6 amps pushbutton cooling speedS. tour way air direc,
generator. Mrs. Day said she asked training. Martel Is also wanted Paso lion. even an Saver
44.S pounds of wood chips a Gurin for an innovative idea to take Mrs. Day.who at one point Intendedto Texas for violation of probation and ..2 EEMModcl ASU8E7HEA* efficiency. super Energy comton'! Come switch Savings nigh
day 1n a small furnace would create a advantage of some ofs HUD'a $11 quit her work with the city and grand theft of an auto. oa..d.May 19.-, llto* 'them all. on in now and gel
gas io run a te : ,"""[''dgenerate"ine 1 milll"'n boo .....ard"" ""' ... return to.school.'savs,she is-more > Police are still looking for'a local II ,,, 'm THili about F.M... er.l '." .. ** -
/ TerrFdUy"I'hto deeply involved than ever now. She Is 17, with a record of .. ,. 1
equipment menta with ideas of conserving juvenile previous. . II' 3te1 'i ZTZA.-tt\ JL it-A II
;Is expected to cost about $3,700" .pykslnaa lt1qauv t.alsZticcesA ,' not receiving any money for her work -armed, burglary;' '" '' ,' "., "III', ",,)ih 'FePPERS'TTnf{' br; by1i in fir corrdilroning'arWINKLER ,
per Some_ with another $1500,' necddd' V'b. rfarwitti the new 'program, but if Only two firearms were taken, both' {
to wire a house. The new system Melrose firm, Gulf Wood Energy, the project Is approved she hopes to of which were later recovered. Items ELECTRIC INC.
would be independent of an existing Inc.,. owned ,by John Matthews, be named consultant to It as she Is to be stolen were piled on a blanket
wiring so the homeowner could manufactures the type units called with the HUD block grant.Plants ready to be taken out, but were left 234 N. Temple Ave. 964.7596 StarkeTillXI
theoretically switch back and forth. behind when Waters suddenly return-
The city would install the equipment id home.
with the HUD grant funds. The
homeowner would pay a monthly fee
of $2670 per month. Two 20-pound
bags-of wood chips would be supplied
by the city from the<,supply it will
have: to burn in its wood burning

generator. _
Burning the wood would create
methane gas which would fuel the Ra I
generator. The units would be
miniature versions of the wood- .y
burning generator the city of Starke Is
also seeking a grant for. ,
About two-by-two feet the
generator would be placed outside{ the
home and require a 4-by-4 foot
storage shed.
The grant applications must be sent'
to the state planning council in
Gainesville and Tallahassee by May \

Inmate '

Flower Show'

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% 11.13000Effective
Starts TodayThe .

Annual Yield on Effective Annual Yield on
20th Annual Inmate Flower
Show at Union Correctional Institution ... .. ,,' ..... .. '
opened today(Thursday May 15) on Way to Flower Show...
in the clubhouse on SR-J across from' 10.75000Yearly
9.000 %
Union Correctional Institution. Instructor Stanley: Crawford and Inmate Ivory Swain carefully load plant to
will be to the be displayed this week In Lhfl-!annual.inmate lower show,opening today
The show open public .
from noon to 9 p.m.lOday,from 9 a.m.i ,(Thi. ada1-?.May 161 i 'L',.,..., ,
to 9 p,m. Friday May IS,and 9 a.m. to I Interest Rate Yearly Interest Rate
noon Saturday, May 17. c
There will be no charge for admission 1 Rate for May 15 thru May 21, 1980 Rate Subject to Change Without Notice.
and a free plant will be given to NOTICE OF) BIDS ) .
each visitor. You can earn this generous rate of interest Requires a minimum deposit of only '

3.000.Attendance compared Is expected to the 600 to observer be near* S I \ \\ when you deposit $10,000 minimum in $1.000! Ideal for small or big depositors.
atthifmtVnow. r-.. '-, rV' ale'Boar of County Commissioners of Bradford County this 26-week certificate account. The' The effective annual yield shown above

M. B. Jordan, vocational instructor yield is an effective annual yield and assumes that principal and Interest''
at UCI, has supervised and directed .' .f lorida.. will! re eir sealed written bids lathe Office of theCliriof assumes reinvestment at the same rate. earned are left to compound daily i for,
the annual show for tb.,peat:20 yea ..E.. i 'f' '
Jordan said the program itarted with CifcnilCourf 'located I in the Bradford Coiaty however, rate and reissue cannot be one year in your account. Federal
one greenhouse and 400 plants There guaranteed beyond the Certificate'soriginal regulations require a substantial rest

are thousand of flowers and plants Courthouse, Starke, Florida, until 9:33 a... oq May 15, maturity. Federal regulations' penalty. forearlyHvithdrawals': ;'
and six: greenhouses presently. substantial for ;
require a interest penalty
for Local thtllhflll"whltb"1i citizens, .1S-'i' 0344m.pa in._nnrtaclll.f' : of approximately 5.1 miles. early withdrawals prohibit "4 i not''' ,

and endorsed by the Florida-Grow. rand ,'L ; efcointy tA'tottOlpeeIfcatioes.lalybe : \ compounding of' "interest..' ,during, the term, i
Nurseryman's Association. .w. of this account. j
Come prepared beautiful'akryoUr; 14andenjoy ri .. '" ,

and delicious all the Eaw' L ? obtabied" :from! ''tis Office of tte ''ff: U( ,lNst ( ( e.H ia: f ..x :RE. Ep :( ) $l'OO. 199 f;

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Starke's proposed.. wood-burning Starke In preparation of its application Conner has been- working dately
j power plant will be a topic for discus- for a 13 million grant under with the Starke project as have
f lion at a renewable energy hearing DOE's alternate energy program. Wayne H. Smith' director of,the
let, by Congressmen Don Fuqua Center for Environmental and
\ chairman of the House Committee on Starke's Project Natural Resources programs, and
Science and Technology: at the
John Gerberdirector. of the UF'sgrants ,..
_, University of Florida Friday morn- office.' '", ""
Ing.The hearing< to scheduled for 9:30: 'Exciting'UF
a.m. In Reitx Union auditorium on the Both Smith and Gerber attended a
VF campus.! Officials SayThe meeting with a Starke delegation at
the University Monday morning In
Among those participating on the money would be used to convert the Interest of the city's application.
panel will be Florida Commissioner Starke's present power plant from Others from the University attendingthe
of Agriculture Doyle Conner and two diesel oil and gas to the gasification of conference were Dr.Arnett Mace,
university department heads, who wood chips for energy to run Its director. School of Forest Resourcesand :
have been working closely with generators. Conservation; Dr. Larry Shaw, r

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it or not, Bradford County is caught in a in this North Central Region of Florida. The

between the mini-metropolitan area blue IBM is for
squeeze chip Industry negotiating a
At Monday's l'F conference: seated, from left-Guy Andrews. Dr. Wayne II.
agricultural engineer and Prof Russ ;
of Gainesville and the massivemetropolitanarea large tract of land near the town of Alachua Choat of the Department; of Energy. Smith. Dr. Larry Shaw, Ted Oglesby. Standing from left: Earl Jones Linda
of Jacksonville-Orange Park.:We mightas and it is reported that over 5,000 workers will Day, E.L. Matthews.
well prepare ourselves for the impact. be employed when in production. Smith said, "The exciting thing
about the Starke project is that here Is
With U.S. Highway 301 forming the main a small community trying to solve Its ,

traffic artery between Jacksonville and .. own energy problem with an
NOSYM CAST PLOIIIDA '*i available local source-wood." He
Gainesville as well as forming a connectinglink '
said that several factors augured well
between MO and 1-95 on the north and
>.. for Starke in this instance. The townis
east, and 1-75 on down the west coast, Starke ,n.ww the right size for such a pilot plant 1
and Bradford cannot fail Jo become an impor- and "sits in the middle of the wood-
tant key in the projected growth of Northeast basket" as far as the supply of waste
Florida. wood is concerned Smith said
"Starke could well serve as a model
These and other significant facts were for other towns and small cities and
in the three-day price- the dependable source of energy at
week ,
brought out this comparatively low prices would undoubtedly
fixing suit on a large tract of land already con- attract industry," he add- lose
demned by the City of Starke for spray- ed.

irrigation of treated waste water from its proposed
Land The university; spokesmen said thatStarke's
new sewage treatment plant. proposed spray irrigation
whose price had previously been fixed at system for sewage waste water might
$1,200 an acre by the court in the original con- be beneficial for growing crops for
demnation suit was being appraised in use as biomass in the gassification

testimony this week at $2,700 an acre, due to process well for operating the power. plantas I
as producing ethanol.FORESTRY \
the growth, present and projected, of Brad-

ford County; its proximity to U.S. 301, and

other favorable factors.In With an industrial giant like IBM coming to

testimony presented Tuesday it this area, it will be bound to attract the atten- ANON ir
expert \
was pointed out that Bradford County is grow- tion of other industrialists to this section of ,

ing faster than the favorable projections madein Florida which has been overshadowed up to IN BRADFORD COUNTY Slarke group I...." small gaitiiflrallnn' unit used to power farm equipment at
recent years by the North Central Florida now by the East and West Coasts and the cen- ,By ,the Institute of Fond & Agricultural! Sciences experimental station. From left:
Regional Planning Council and other state tral Florida area around Orlando. Industry is :\1.lIk I-1 irs Earl Jones, Ted (>!Klesb>. Linda Dad, Robert iiurln (pointing), and Guy; Andrew -
already on the move from the Northeastern ..
agencies. It was also pointed out that Bradford
lies between two rapidly growing states to the Sunbelt, and such moves as IBM's -

metropolitan areas, Gainesville and Jackson- will undoubtedly speed the trend. <' I'1'JCiouniy

If homeowners in Florida think of '... : .,' .
ville, which are already spreading out in our If Starke obtains its DOE grant for construc-

direction and appear headed, by the year tion and operation of a woodgasificationpower their priced by trees the teeth as constantly of insects and endangered AgentsNotebook .,.- ,.. .,

2,000, toward forming a completely urban cor- plant, and the operation proves suc- ravages of obscure fungi and bBohhxl.' r.anr
ridor from Jacksonville on the north to cessful, it will mean a dependable source of bacteria, they aren't far from right. Phone.. : 4i1.02"11 :. "
Gainesville the south with Starke solidly in \ "
on renewable energy at a favorable price for this
the middle. area, and will be a big selling-point for in- nurserymen The reference bristle shelf with of foresters hooks listing and .. .

Another favorable growth factor is the vital dustry on the lookout for favorable locations. disease after disease, bug after bug, f
Starke would be all Crops, lawns and gardens should they approach maturity, young
a pioneer in this venture, and eager to make a meal of your
connecting link that U.S. 301' forms, cutting would attract the attention of the nation with a stately pine or leafy oak start to show a lot of growth since our chinch bugs become black in color.
the state traffic
diagonally across funneling nighttime temperatures
from the northeast over 1-95 and 1-10 into 1-75 pilot plant that could become a model for other Fortunately for the trees and for above 60 degrees F. Moisture and sunshine These diseases caused by chinch
towns and small cities. the trees in have also been adequate for bugs are easily controlled
you maintaining
and the Tampa Bay area. While many state good Triton
good growth and healthy plants.I Bagon Oiazinon Ethion
health is a fine
highways were seriously) hurt by constructionof Growth-is not without problems, but armed many threats. This protection against and Dursban.
means taking
the interstates, U.S. 301, due to its strategic with a long-range comprehensive plan, which care of such matter as drainage proper talked about keeping plants
position, has actually gamed in traffic count. goes into effect July 1, and with its longelayed exposure to sun, fertilization, pruning healthy by controlling insects and MOWINGA
The result, of course, is the rapid development sewage treatment plant expansion ,watering and so on. It also means disease last week. Maybe of these most important aspect of your
of tourist-oriented businesses along its route. finally getting off the drawing boards, Starke at least some observation of the treesto things are helping because the lawn maintenance program is proper
head off killers before they can sap number of calls about garden insect
and Bradford County should be in position to the life from ;your tree. and disease problems seems to be mowing.
One witness at the condemnation trial also take advantage of the many opportunities now slowing down. Two important factors in your

pointed to intensified industrial development coming our way. In recent columns I discussed leaf- But don't let up In your observance. mowing program are regular mowing
eating worms, which usually can't kill and look-out for problems in and keeping the mowing blade sharp.
tree and your Using a dull blade will
;your bark-boring pine plants. Early detection and start of fray the bladesof
beetles, which can. grass and cause browning of the
control is much better than
I letting these program out of hand. lawn excessive water loss and stun-
Too Much Too SoonThe In addition to the insects, there are pests get ting of normal growth. Rotary mower
diseases that threaten your pines.The TOMATO BLOSSOM DROP blades should be sharpened before
worstand actually the most damaging Every spring .I get calls about each mowing once a month, while reel
pine disease In the entire state-. mower and mowing program In
long-suffering TV-watching and lowest vote a presidential candidate has ever fusiform rust. It is prevalent in north tomato blossoms plants rather than shedding setting their fruit shape.

newspaper-reading public, inflicted with a received from a major party. The third was. Florida but not much of a problem in There are several possible reasons
the lower .
presidential campaign that has already the first president since Herbert Hoover to be peninsula.It this may occur.

become a bore after 18 months or more of ex- denied re-election (Gerald Ford), and the can kill, maim and disfigure the Letters. .
in the media, is beginning to wonder if fourth Tomato plants are sensitive to night
posure now has one of the lowest showings in pine you'd anchored your yard land- and cool
somehow, somewhere there might be a better the polls of any incumbent president since scaping plan on, but fortunately it can below temperatures 55 degrees may cause spring blossom nights Dear Sir:
way of selecting Presidents than the present poll-taking started." be staved off by spraying with proper
drop. Certain varieties are more sensitive On
May 2, 1980 an article
farcical method. fungicides. If a tree you want to save appeared
to the cool night temperatures in the Gainesville Sun the
gets fusiform rust, consult with a concerning
Bored and dissatisfied? Well David S. Broder, political writer of the qualified tree expert; the rescue may than others and may shed their planned killing of four lions in a Ft.
obviously blossoms faster. Varieties
as Lauderdale
Zoo. The
Washington Post thinks the not be simple.
primary system
American voters must be. In the last Beefsteak. Rutgers, Marglobe and Zoo lays that overcrowding and ris-
gives an unnatural and
Presidential election only 54 percent of those unhealthy significance Fusiform rust isn't difficult to spotIn Better Boy may shed more blossoms ing costs have forced them to take
to the role of the media in than the varieties
bothered to mass president- trees. An such action. Miss Fullwood's third
qualified go to the polls. A shock- your abnormal swelling Floradel.
ing and discouraging fact illustrating the making. Due to the limitations of time and In limb or trunk Is an indication particularly Florida conditions such as grade class at Lawtey Elementary
frustration of the space, the media spend most of their effort in if unusual branching is ,Manalurie,Walter and Homestead 24. School voiced their opinion In class,
voting public. who noticed at the limb written letters to Ms. Chloe Millin,
telling won or lost, and fail to explore the swelling or the Tomato plants should be in
"What's with the issues in The frantic and beyond it is dead. A sure sign Is a very grown Zoo Executive Director.
wrong current process? depth. sometimes full sun and growing them in shade. ....
asks Washington correspondent Richard meaningless victories and defeats in many appears noticeable on bright the swelling orange in powder the spring.that causes blossom drop. Poor sunlight Dear Ms. Millin: I

Strout and goes on to explain for one thing, states take on the atmosphere of sporting The powder consists of the reproduc. reduces the amount of food a plant We read the
it's enormously cumbersome. events rather than serious tion of the can manufacture and therefore article in the
An election politics. "There is' spores fungus that causes reduces plant health and fruit set. newspaper about the fate of Larry
takes a couple of years to run its course. Jim- an unhealthy projection of the mass media into the rust. and Kimberly. Our class has discussed -

my Carter actually started running three a determinative role," Mr. Broder feels Breezes scatter the the Over fertilization of plants may also this and feel it is going against
years ahead of time. Ronald Reagan has been and correctly.In millions, but only those spores that land by on cause blossom drop. Tomatoes should their "animal rights' They had
making like a candidate for almost a decade. oak leaves have a chance to develop. be fertilized at planting and then ap- nothing to do with our inflation. Surely
proximately once a month there are other solutions than tak-
view of the frustration and disillusion If moisture and temperature are during its
Commenting sourly on the system Dr. ment of American voters with the favorable the spores germinate and production. ing four"innocent" lives. We hope someone
present with financial
Austin Ranney, of the American grow into tiny projections on the oak backing will see
Enterprise system of electing our Presidents, Mr. Strout CHINCH Bl'GS the article and come to Larry and
Institute, observes that since the reforms proposes a national commission to leaves. Later the projections develop'spores Kimberly's rescue. W. hope the
consider of their own.and these are the During the next few months
came along we have had four presidential can- the entire matter in many responsibility that was accepted: In
1981 after the embers of ones that may infect your pine shade people will be concerned about chinch the
didates: "One was the first president in the present primaries have faded away. He tree. The orange!! spores from the bug damage to their lawn If you havea the end.beginning will be carried_ out to
history to be forced to resign from office. thinks the present primary system is pines cannot directly Infect other lawngrass other than that of the St.
Another (George McGovern) received the out of hand, and we agree. entirely pines, but most go through the oak Augustine varieties relax, chances Lawtey Concerned Elementary 3rd Graders School
leaf cycle. are very remote you will see a chinch
bug. Lawtey,FloridaP.S.

The spores will develop on new Let us know what happen to
leaves only when temperatures are The chinch bug'Is the most serious> Larry. Kimberly, Mark, and Ham. I
fC\..iD! "MAtHUH" I Ur. between 80 and 80 degrees F, and air lawn pest In Florida, although it only i
J Att SINCE 1879 '''''YNMIMfa humidity Is over 95 percent. For- seriously damages St. Augustine
NC \ tunately, this limits periods of infection grass. They damage grass by sucking
rpvl (!t 'It 11 but so many millions of spores plant suices through a needle-like I IHI
toC rrtrap are produced that plenty make it beak and may cause other internal In
i I 0- ) y through the reproduction cycle ,to. jury. Damage appears as yellowish to
keep the, disease going. brownish patches, which are frequently
0 BOBG.FEAGUSONJOHNM.MILLERPubll.r. noted along lawn edges In

Published eech Thundey end entered e>second Close Meets M the Post Office et f.....*. He. under Act el MercK J, Iarf :j sunny Adult areas.chinch bugs are about 1/5 1'

t (Inch long, black and white patches on
"tueicrletien. .ret*.hi t,....area! If Per Veer:IS til Months their wings which are folded back.
0....,.*trede area'IO Per Veer;Use tl. Month The first The young range from 1/20 Inch long Vicuna fine It so fine that
| Fame%MOS 'te,...Florida. were tiled In known the 12th windmills to almost adult size and may be red 2.500 strands placed side by \
century. with a white band across the back. As ids would not equal an Inch.t. .

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Weeks, U.D.C.

Has Confederate: '

i 1 1 1I 1f Music Mrs. Elzle Program Sanders gave program" ,I .fflccfaj ff "

I 'on Confederate musifl at the WiT. H ,I y : a
Weeks UDC, meeting held Wednesday
I i iI 'May 7, at the Western Steer
iI I Steak House with Mrs. H L. Speer, g :.J'I' ,,/,,/ ',
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Mrs. G.J. McGriff and Mrs. N.B. ,, i7L1 .
; .
Rosier as hostesses.
i The long tables were centered with Soctly' edit or,''WfFW r uJ'elO /

and arrangements gardenias. of pink cluster' roses ";i, 944-7608 tom' ,

President Mrs Lester Crews .. .. ,
presided over the meeting. Mrs. ---,, - -- -- -- -- "
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Mildred Weisgerber gave a report on .
the workshop held In Gainesville for

.. the purpose of relating Ideas from
Miss Linda Haas
other chapters In the district that May Breakfast

might inspire or create more interestin Luncheon HonoreeMiss Saturday, May 17
the work of the UDC. The teachingof
factor Linda Haas, July 26 bride- The,annual May Breakfast for
I, more patriotism was a leading -
'" elect, was honored at luncheon members
.. those a and guests will be held at
i i Mrs.among Eizle Sanders present., historian, gavean Saturday In the Pecan Room of the the Starke Woman's Club on Saturday
\ interesting Confederate Garden Restaurant given by Mrs. May 17 at 10:30: a.m. at which
I ( music. She program read the lyrics of Myldred Cuttino Mrs. Charles Darby time the new officers will be installedfor
several songs One being "Death of Mrs. Maxie 'Carter!,' Sr., Mrs. the coming year..
Soldiers" and "Bonnie Blue That Muriel Gay, Mrs. M,A. Payne, Mrs. Hostesses will be Mrs. W.C. Powell
J II Bears the Single Star". Otto Selmer, Mrs. S.LI Peek. Jr. and Chairman, Mrs. James Blackshear
Mrs WB.Mundy. Mrs. Lester Crews Mrs. R.A. Green
The states to first pull away from ,
the Union and joined the Confederacywas The U-shaped dining table was Sr., Mrs. Houston McClane, Mrs G.J.
South Carolina, Tennessee centered with an arrangement of day McGriff, Mrs. Gerald Moran, Mrs.
Alabama, Arkansas, North Carolina, lilies and a garland of ivy Interspersed Curtis Sanders, Mrs. J.D. Warren
with clusters of roses extended frrAr Mrs. Michael Gllhooly and Mrs. D.M.
Virginia and Texas. She also read two down the i
memorial length of the side tables. .DeSantlago.
poems. Hand made place cards marked the 1
Mrs. W.B. Mundy announced the r
UCS seating arrangement of the :28 guests Piano-Thon
picnic will be held at her which included
Mrs. W.S. Haas
Kingsley Lake home on June at 11 mother of the honoree. Monday, May 26
a.m. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. :
Charley Johns and Mrs. Guy Sale. Broome Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Lyn 1 ) The Starke Woman's Club wUl8pon-
of Hampton, Miss Phyllis sor a Piano-Thon, a gala Piano
I. .n s Everyone is asked to bring a covered
Carlton Janice
''a dish. Miss Charisma Newsome Scroggini Recital,on Monday,May 28 from 4 30
a"n" and Miss Jackie Fink, all of Tampa, to 9:3O p.m. at the club house for the
Mr. and Mrs Carl Torode a1a g, Miss Bonnie Dean of Orlando and Janice Scroggins, benefit of the club and for community
Miss Libby Kessler of Gainesville. projects

Christie Redding and Carl W. Torode The hostesses presented the Daniel Burnett Refreshments will be served at the
j 1 honoree with a vegetable dish to her Plan June Wedding end of each hour. Sponsorships may
chosen china pattern as a memento of be purchased for donation of .
Mr. and
Mrs. Noble D. of
Wed the occasion Scroggins
May 3 in First each.
Baptist Church Raiford and Mr. and Mrs Wilbur E..
.-r-.- 47 Burnett of New Orleans, La. an- Admission at the door will be f 100

R=. :hristie\ Jean Redding, daughter of In each window at the Hall was a Miss Kitten HullBridesmaid's nounce the engagement of their each for those who have not already
'*Rev and Mrs. Norman L. Redding, royal blue candle with glass chimney Luncheon' children, Janice Lydgia Scroggins of paid Teachers a pupil.
fiuad Carl\ William Torode, son of Mr. encircled with ivy.The food table was Jacksonville and Daniel Philmore participating include:
staid Mm John A. Torode,all of Starkexxuere covered with an Army-Navy cloth Miss Kitten Hull was complimented Burnett of St. Louis, Mo. Miss Louise Stern, Mrs. George
united in marriage Saturday, over satin centered with an arrange- at a bridesmaid's luncheon Saturday, Canova, Mrs. Lavon Drivas, Mrs.
( May 3, at 8 p.m. In the First Baptist ment of assorted daisies, miniature I' May 10, at the Holiday Inn, given by The wedding will take place June 21 Cindy McRae, Mn. Debbie Woodfin,
7 Church: with Rev. Norman Redding, carnations and pompoms. Mrs. Gene Long and Mrs Lennard ate p.m. In Murray Hill Baptist Mrs. Mona Canova and Miss Ellen
'father table Register.The Church, Jacksonville. George. All other teachers of this
: of the bride, and Rev. George The bride's was centered witha
L..Harper performing the nuptials.In tiered cake with a bride and groomIn long dining table was centered area are invited to have their pupils
the choir loft were two tree between the tiers that was used on with an arrangement of yellow and Miss Scroggins is a graduate of the play during the event. Please contact
candelabras, two spiral candelabras the bride's parents wedding cake. white mums and daisies flanked by University of North Florida and Is Mrs. Mona Canova, 964-5212 The club
and a 13 branch arch candelabra. In Topping the cake were kissing angels white candles and bridesmaid Jacksonville.employed by the postal service In invites everyone to attend.

"the altar, area were two crown and encircling the cake was sprengeriand figurines with a bride figurine placed .
I =candelabras and two large urn ar- cherubs. Cutting the cake was In front of the bride-elect. Mr. Burnett Is a graduate of the
rangements of white gladiolus, snap-- Mrs. Jim Reddish and Mrs. George The ten guests included the University of North Florida and Is Mrs. James Glisson of Starke, the
dragons carnations and buttom poms Pierce. honoree, her mother, Mrs. Joe Hull, employed by McDonald-Dough In St. former Hwa Cha (Nina) of Korea,
\ against a background of Jade trees The two punch tables were covered mother of.the prospective: groom, Louis. was among 81 people to receive her
\ and greenery. Candles and greenery. with Army-Navy cloths: over white Linda Haas Mrs. SG. Denmark. bride-elect's citizenship to the United States on
jiecorated each window. satin and were decorated with grandmother, Mrs. Katherine Snead May 1 in acksonvUle.<
representing a program of nuptial greenery and spring flowers. Linda Haas, and four bridesmaids.
'music were Charlene Francis, Presiding at the punch tables were : The hostesses presented the Mrs. C.C. Hoppe of Tampa Is
pianist, Mona Canova, organist, W.B. Mrs. Warren Winkler, Mrs. S.G. Den-! Mark Trimpey honoree with a silver framed wedding Mosley, visiting her sisters, Mrs. O.L. Beasley
McKinney violinist, Cassie Cooper, mark, Mrs. H.H. Adams, Miss Karen> Plan July WeddingMr. invitation holder as a memento of the Mark Harris. Jr. and Mrs. J.W. Kincaid this week.
flutist and Kathy Green and Kevin Reddish, Mrs. Wayne Mundorff, Mrs. occasion. Married
...Neel, soloists.It Drew Reddish, Mrs. Jeff McRae, and Mrs. William S. Haas of April 18 !twin Stock 20% Off
',Mr. Torode attended his son as best Mrs. VJ., Spengler and Mrs. J.D. Starke announce the engagement and Debra H. Mosley daughter of Shom.Nrrr tops
'.man, Ushers were Norman (Butch) Warren. approaching marriage of their Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rowland, Mr. Douglas P. Hardy and the late Doris a Shorn. ,CvMvp,
Redding, brother of the bride,John A. Assisting in serving were Mrs. J.T. daughter, Linda Eleonore to Mark and Mrs. Russell Carter and Mr. and C. Hardy and Mark Harris, Jr., son of and Bathing. *....
Torode, Jr. and Richard Torode, Prevatt, Mrs. Ernest Triest and Mrs. Everett Trimpey, both of Tampa. He Mrs William Carter and family spent Mr and Mrs. Harris, Sr., all of Starke Th..n..rt..a".ONLYLIlLA'S
brothers of the groom Marty Russell, Ted Cooley. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Ten- Is the son of Mrs. Edward Carl Henry Sunday at Cedar Keys t> were united J in marriage, on April 18. DRESS a oirr SHOP
and the late Mr. Wilbur Trimpey of Vise Me.t.. .
Richard Hall and-&verette (B bbe)- ,- had charge of the reception In- .th.rry.u
-HayeaL Jamie Redding, nephew of the viting guests to the ood table was! Markleton, Pa.. ? ,-t .. _u_ -.,..- w. .., ,_ _. _' -. w" '; ;' -.' _,_" __ '_r.-I/ !H"rl -.
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'hrJrf&j% ying-bearer.t :i. fHfa.-Harry tinienrCbfree was served Miss Haas graduated! from Bradford w.r.vyl.i-: JTo- : -... ,-. .-,,.,- -.' ,.. ,., to whaieai : Q..(Km"viTTrjiM: "
School in 1971. She receiveda \ .
'>liss Dana Dyal served as maid of by Mrs. R.E. Patterson and Mrs. High
honor and Mary G. Redding,sister-in- Allison Aljets. B.A. Degree in History from,the )( I
law of the bride,was matron of honor. Passing out rice bags were Alisha University of South Florida, Tampa, II
They wore royal, blue Port-O-Call and Erika Gruen. in 1975. Then, in 1978, she received a II I 1 1I
under dress with royal blue chiffon Following a wedding trip to Sky Master of Arts Degree In Library
btouson over dress They carried bouquets Lake, Helen and Six Flags, Ga. the Science from the same University.Since I 1
of silk daisies, roses and small couple is residing at Kingsley Lake. that time she has been workingas
'royal almond flowers. with long white The bride and groom are both' records manager and librarian in I 1
streamers. graduates of Bradford High School. the law firm of Blain and Cone, P.A., 1.
Bridal attendants were Sally T. She graduated in 1978 and is attending in Tampa. 1
Patrick, sister of the groom, Ellen Lake City Community College. He; Mr. Trimpey graduated from 1 1 1I
George. Pam Tucker, Dora T. graduated in 1977 and is attending; Rockwood Area High School
Broome and Becky i Cooper. They Santa Fe Community College. He also Markleton, Pa. in 1971 He served in I 1
were attired similar to the honor at- works with his father at Torode Oil the U.S. Army from 1972 until 1975
tendants and carried matching bou Company. stationed in Germany. He attends. 1 1
quets. Plnellas Vocational-Technical Institute -

Shauna Patrick, niece of the groom in St. Petersburg and will 1
was flower girl. Tara Leigh Casey graduate July 17th in electromechanical 1
Mrs. Linda Johns directed the wed- technology I
ding and Maria Reddish handed out Celebrates First Both Miss Haas and Mr. Trimpeyare 1
programs. Birthday May 7 involved with the Navigators, an 1

I Given in marriage by her father, International, interdenominational, .
the bride wore a long sleeve chiffon Christian organization whose purposeIs
Tara Leigh Casey celebrated her' to know Jesus Christ and In turn to 1 r
gown with Venice lace, empire bodice -1
first J, 1r
accented with seed pearls made by birthday Wednesday May 7, at a i help others know Him better. ',f""
the bride's choice. She wore; diamond party given by her parents, Mr. and I The wedding will take place at ..; "I '" '( ". ."
earrings, a' gift from the groom and Mrs Lee Casey, at their home on i Christ Community Church 6202 N. .. '1' ..
ruby earrings, a gift from her Kingsley Lake. Hines Ave., Tampa, Fla. on July 26 at :
Her veil I:00 P.M. with a reception: in the '.
parents. was matching The party room was decorated with'The ..' '
Church .
Fellowship Hall Immediately
chapel length with Venice lace. She paper streamers and balloons. ,
carried a cascade of silk stephanotis; party theme of Raggedy Ann was car- following the ceremony.
white roses, ivy and fittonia leaves. ried out with a birthday cake ,, ';, ';"
A reception was held in the decorated as Raggedy Ann. DUPLICATE BRIDGE ,
Methodist Fellowship Hall where
guests were greeted at the door by CLUB RESULTS "r
Mrs. Linda Johns and Mrs. Neil Tara received Raggedy Ann and a, "."
Tucker. Raggedy Andy dolls as a gift from her Winning first place at Duplicate ''/ ,
Guest books were attended by maternal grandmother Mrs. Vonceil. : Bridge Tuesday night were Chris ;
Misses Eoline Green and Vicky Nor- Bessinger. Soni and Eva Mathewson; second
man at the church and Miss Drennie Cake and ice cream were served to' were Vernie Odom and Lucite Green;

Barry and Mrs. Sonya Baldree at the the 23 guests attending. third were, Ceil Terwillegar and. Ida
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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green and Mr.
_____ i and Mrs. Eddie Douglas and family
auristopberLAoM spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs.
Jimmy Rowe and family in Sanford.

a't Mr. and Mrs.. Eddie,,LeeMoss'of,
t Crosby Lake Shores, Starke, announce fir and Mrs. George Muggins spent
the birth of a son, Christopher Wednesday to. Monday camping at
Lee born May S in Alachua General Camp O'Lena and attended the Jef
Hospital. y' fords family reunion on Sunday.

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Maternal grandparents are Mr.: and' Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns visited

;... ; : 'IJ: Mrs. Fred Johnson and i paternal Mr. and Mrs. James Cash and familyin
; ) .
,. grandparents are Mr and Mrs Orlando on Sunday I
-.,- ,. '. 1 WUliam. Moss of Crosby Lake Shores.Rhoda .
'\_ Ii Mr. and Mrs: Gerry Gibson of Mer-
----- ritt Island spent the weekend with his

Stale Pretiident-Elecl Marilyn Morrow left, Installednew 'Sandra Duncan, Brenda Farnsworth,Anne Miller,Becky: mother Mrs. L.H. Gibson.
I local ADK officers Monday night May 12, l-r) Janet Dobbins and Janet Gunning.
!Neighbors; ,'Laurie Mulllns, Lucile Johns. Jeanne Loper, 4 Intlr.' Stack 20% OH
'. .i sry Shorts,tony tops I
ADK Holds Installation a Shorts Covorups
I Alpha I
Paula Dobbs and Dale Traylor ., and lathing Suits
.'fflMirs.,,,1..a Sat.ONLY' I
Jeahnie-\ Loper was Installed presi- at-arms;Becky bobbins. chaplain, gave the devotion. Paula Dobbs ..UllA'S DRESS GIFT SHOPVliaMoitonhoro.0
dent of Alpha Gamma chapter of Preceding the installation dinner President Sandra Duncan presidedover
Alpha Delta Kappa at the annual ban- was served from tables covered with the business meeting.Mrs. Dale Traylor

quet and installation of officers white cloths with ivy Intwined with Announce June WeddingMr. and Mrs Gilbert Goldwire
meeting held Monday night May 12, roses down the center of each of the Morrow presented Mrs. Lucile Mr. dinner of Mr. and
at St. Mark's Parish House. three tables. Hostesses for the Payne with the Honorasis Causis were Sunday guests
Mrs. Loper, program chairman, In- covered dish banquet were: Eddie award an Alpha Delta Kappa state and Mrs. Michael A Dobbs of Mrs. Billy Goldwire in Jacksonville.
troduced Marilyn Mor- Dobbins Sandra recognition award for Raiford are proud to announce the
special guest Joyce Sexton,Becky outstanding
and .. and Mrs J,R. Weldon and fami-
row of Jacksonville, state presidentelect Duncan, Janet Gunning and Eugenia leadership in the areas of education, engagement approaching marriage
of ADK who Installed the follow- Whitehead. Janet Neighbors civic and church leadership. of their daughter Paula Theresa ly of Jacksonville were weekend,
ing officers for 1980-81 to serve with to Dale Traylor, son of Mr. and Mrs.. "- guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs..
the president: vice-president, Sandra Robert Traylor of Lawtey. Jack McComb. Mrs. Gladys Weldon
Duncan; treasurer, Brenda Farn- Kitten Hull The wedding will take place Saturday ... joined the family for dinner.,on Sunday -
sworth corresponding secretary June 14, at 7:30p.m. in the First' .
Janet ; Neighbors recording Steve DenmarkTo Baptist Church In Raiford. ..
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secretary, Anne Miller; Chaplains Wed May 17 A reception will be held at the Miss Sarah Demaree of Ocala was,'
Laurie Mullins and Janet Gunning; Raiford Community Center Im- .. Wilkinson Sunday visitor of her aunt, Mrs. H.C. .
historian, Lucile Johns and sargeant- Miss Kitten Hull and Steve Den- mediately following the wedding. James Martin Ritch.
mark will be united In marriage All friends and relatives of the cou-', Rhoda Wilkinson
Saturday, May 17, at 7:30: p.m. in the pie are invited to attend.JJellnda Mr. and Mrs S.L. Peek, Jr returned
Miss Cindy Smith First United Methodist Church with a James Martin Friday after a five weeks tour of

Shower HonoreeMiss reception following in the StarkeWoman's Plan June WeddingMrs. Germany, Austria, Switzerland,
Holland and France.
Cindy Smith, whose marriageto v. Club. 7
Larry White will be an event of at 1 All friends and relatives are Invitedto { JoAnn Wilkinson of Lawtey Is Stack 20V. OH
May 24, was honored at a bridal ai attend. announcing the engagement and ap- Entire
shower Saturday, May 3, at the homeof 6 proaching marriage of her daughter, Shorts,lorry taps .
Mrs. Daisy Boch in Lawtey. Co- r Cindy Smith and Rhoda Ann, to James David Martin, ft Shorts.Bathing Cov.rvps.and Suit.
hostesses were Mrs. Maggie Griffls. son of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Martin of ONLYLEILA'S
Sat. ,
Mrs. June Gnffis, both of Palatka and t Larry WhiteTo Kln land, Ga. Thurs.DRESS,',1..1 a GIFT SHOPVII..Mo.t.rcho'l.

Mrs. Barbara Whalley of Tampa. Wed May 24 Miss Wilkinson will be a 1980 ,
The refreshment table was covered graduate of Baker County High
with a lace cloth and centered with an Miss Cindy Smith and Larry White School. 1
arrangement of daisies. Cake and Grandma! What next? will be united In marriage Saturday. Mr. Martin Is a 1979 graduate of \\l
Mr. and Frank Palmer Jr.
Mrs .
punch were served.Approximately May 24, at 7:30: p.m. in the First Baker County High School. I
25 guests attended It's never too late to hang In there United Methodist Church with a The wedding will be held June 7 at 8 and son of Greensboro. N.C. are
between the hours of 7:30 and 9 following In the FellowshipHall. visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
: p.m. with the younger set as 72 year old reception p.m. at the New River Congregational
Among the guests were Mrs.: Nellie Palmer, Sr. at Kingsley Lake.
grandma Victoria Cadle shows while Methodist Church, west of Lawtey,
Wilkinson, grandmother of the bride- Tum- All friends and relatives are invitedto with a following.
riding In back of her grandson reception
Miss Melody Gale Cuttino and Ron.
elect, Mrs. Robert E. Smith motherof attend. \
Raulerson, on his bike Mother'sDay. No Invitations are being sent, but
yCk. nie Lee Kirkland reunited in
the bride elect and Mrs. Olin White, C'
The family gathered at the home i5 all friends and relatives are Invited to
2 in Homerville Ga.
marriage on May ,
mother of the prospective groom. of Mr. and Mrs. Raulerson In attend.
Out-of-town guests included Mrs. Mother's Day. Sebe Harrises
Patsy Boch Gainesville, Mrs. Sara Jacksonville on Celebrate *********.. ..-a--a--a_.. .... ......... ....... .J..J...
To -- --
Albert and Mrs. Esther Harrell of *
Miss Angela Griffis of 50th
Jacksonville AnniversaryMr.
Palatka and Miss Jana Whaley of Harry Hatcher. IV Ann Kllbv Crossroads :
Tampa. Celebrated Third and Mrs. Sebe and Thelma Har- Lounge :
ris will celebrate their 50th wedding
honoree The hostesses with a corsage presented and a set the of Birthday SaturdayLittle anniversary on Sunday, May 25, from Belinda Ann Kifby. Hwy. 100 & 121' Lake ButlerC.W.'Lcoandthe .. .
2 to 5 at a reception at their Dennis Lee *
club aluminum cookware as a Harry Hatcher, IV. p.m. Brown *
of the occasion. third Satur- home, two miles North of Starke on
memento celebrated his birthday US-301. Plan May 23 WeddingMr. :
when his Mr.
day afternoon parents,
III All friends and relatives are invitedto and Mrs. Ronnie E. Kilby. Sr.
and Mrs. Harry Hatcher. gave a
Miss Cindy Smith party for him at their home at 424 S. attend. of Oak Forest, Keystone Heights announce -. Country Connections

Coke Party HonoreeOn Cherry street. .. ;; ?J ," Y IIW'loJ the' engagement and ap
A red white and blue color theme proaching' marriage of their i ,
Saturday, May 10, Miss Cindy was carried out In the party and table : >daughter, Belinda Ann, to Dennis Lee .: ."" \ Roc c'&' .-
Smith, May 24 bride-elect, was com- decorations. The refreshment table ; o.v Brown. son of'Mr.. end Mrs. Carl '" ueps'stuCountry, ,
plimented at a Coke party given by was covered with a red, white and Brown of Starke. f 50's Music
Mrs. V.J. Spengler, Mrs. John A.
blue party cloth and centered with a : *
Torode, Mrs. Louis T. Young, Mrs. The marriage will be a lawn wed-
football baseball ten- Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hardy were
player player,
Desso Forman and Mrs. J.D. Warrenat nis player and boy on a bicycle. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ding at the home of the bride's 1f Wed., Friday & Saturday Plays 9 PM 2 AM *
the home of the latter on W. Pratt The 12 youngsters enjoyed playingin Franklin Ritch in Gainesville. parents at Oak Forest, Keystone, on i
Street. the yard and had homemade ice Friday. May 23 at 8 p.m. j .
Mrs. Spengler greeted the guests at cream and cake decorated with a Mrs. Louie Bell Parks was in Ocala The bride-elect was a 1978 graduateof : Ladies
the door and presented them to the football field and football player on last Wednesday and Thursday Bradford High School where she Night Wednesday J
receiving line composed of the top. The children also received favorsof visiting Mrs. Jack Aylward and Mrs. was Homecoming Queen. :
honoree, her mother, Mrs. Robert E. cars for the boys and necklaces for Ruby Parks. I Drinks S 7 7Fr 100
Smith and Mrs. Olin White, mother of the girls. Mr. Brown is also a graduate of :

the groom,elect. Hand made silk Mrs. Hatcher was assisted by her Mr. and Mrs. George Loper and Bradford High School.No : / 5 Sat. 1 Admission
floral corsages were given to those in mother, Mrs. James Harrell and family were in Lansdowne, Pa. last local invitations are being sent .
the receiving line. daughter, Jennifer, Mrs. Jimmy Gid- week where they attended the funeralof but all friends and relatives are cor' .
The Coke table was covered with a dens of Moultrie, Ga. and Mrs. Hat- his mother, Mrs. Marge Loper. dially invited to attend. No Cover Charge Before 8 pm *
white linen and lace cloth and cher, Jr. *************************. '
centered with a brown and orange silk Entire Stock 20% Off -r
floral arrangement in a crystal con- Shorts, tory tops I
tamer Mrs. Torode served Cokes ;Jjjo.J/ a Shorts. Cov.rup., WHYYOUR PHONE KEEPS
from a punch bowl filled with ice. and Bottling' Suits
Mrs. Forman presided at a punch Th",..,,,1..1 Sot. ONLY

table The on hostesses the patio overlooking presented the pol.the Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Mathews of LEILA'S VisoMostorchorgoMother's DRESS ft GIFT SHOP WORKING WHEN T.VLIGHTS:

honoree with a silver covered serving Folkston, Ga. were Sunday visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mathews.
dish as a memento of the occasion Day guests of Mr. and AND ASTER DON'T.In I

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Woods and Mrs. Tom Casey at their Crosby Lake : \
Bradford HomemakersHold home Mr. and Mrs. J.W
family of Lake City spent Sunday with were:
Installation- Mr. and Mrs. Nealy McConnell. Thomas Live Oak; Mrs. S.D. An- . the of I
etnt < a power
drews, Wildwood; Mrs. Gayle Todor,
Luncheon MeetingThe Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wiggins and Scot and Brad and Michael Baker, <(1tI1<:
Bradford County family of Jacksonville were Sunday Orange Park; Mr. and Mrs. Danny iioiHipleof things you can ..
Homemaker's Club held a delightful guests of Mr. and Mrs. One Wiggins Thompson Kevin and Bryan, Jimmy depend on. .
covered dish luncheon and Installa- Moore, Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. Like t reliable; flashlight
tion of officers at the Kingsley Lake Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Graham of Chuck Moore, Bob, Ryan and with a I fivsh *,( i bittenes.
home of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Greeneon Jacksonville visited Mr. and MRs. William, Lake City: Mr. and Mrs. And'Olll')
Thursday. May 8. C.G. Hill at Kingsley Lake on Saturday Mickey Moore and Trisha, and Mrs. ., ( 1l'll'phi ins.
Preceding the luncheon the installation W.F. Moore, Lawtey; Mr and Mrs. '. "',.,. ( .nliI n''uJar) !; ekvtncal!

of new officers was given by Mrs. Johnny Hobbs, Gainesville, and Mr. ',' ,.'. appli.iiuvsotir telephone
Intlr Stock 20% OH '
Alicia M Homrich, Extension Home Shorts, and Mrs. Lee Casey and Tara, .: ''(, tt t ilt t g'1I> dead; clunn/{ a bl.tck: ,
Economics: agent. Mrs. Homrich ft Shorts.tarry Covorups tops Kingsley Lake. t Hit.'Hilt's: 1 Ixi-lllse l :: It xUll'ke l
compared each officer to a busy bee and lathing Suits up by a :stn: 'nl!ld.ary l: |x I\wr
and white pinned a corsage on each made of Th"... M..A Sot. ONLY Entlro Stock 20% OH M'steni/ consisting: : i It>t battt'IitsUUI:1
mums a bee in the centerof
each corsage with the Queen Bee in LCIIA DRESS a GIFT SHOP a Shod..tory Covorvps tops : ;i :stancfln gt'Ill'1lt.< I//r.

the center of the president's corsage. VlsaMatterchargoRev. and Bathing' Suits hi hitrI But the':.:(;Ix ittt'lit'x :ut''

Officers installed were: Lane Ten. Th"... Frl..ft Sat. ONLY unlike anything i mil t find in.
ly president; Jerry Green, vice- and Mrs. George Harper spent LEILA DRESS ft GIFT SHOPVlioMostorchargo a flashlight.: ( )urs are Lirja-
president, Violet
and Mattie Crosby, secretary; Friday to Tuesday in Richmond, Va., enlurh; ;!) in i till :'i n M 111\\ _
Miley, treasurer. Mrs. .
Homnch where they attended the graduation of 'Hie bat tent's ait' kept in
presented each officer witha
jar of Florida honey She also their daughter of Richmond, Jody, from the Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Seymour had as "li. o)instant i'h,itye bv o n\inner-
presented a corsage and jar of honey University on Sunday. Sunday guests at their Kingsley Lake 1rM cial ijower.'llieii if there il is an ..'

lo Miss Arthurine Blanchard, outgoing Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hamilton and cottage their sons' Hallie of Ocala and e ',' vice-president for her continuing son of Toccoa. Ga., and Jim Hamiltonof Doug of Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Marion anti imMtiuilK, until stancl-/
Y < mr
help and support.of the club. Harrington of Ormond Beach and Mr. ''i
Prospective members or visitors at Vero Beach are spending this week and Mrs. Bill Harrington of Keystone : :; \ bv gL'Itt'I,Rt "8': has; time. to t tt
the with their parents,Mr. and Mrs. Sher. .. ._ t t.ikenxer.Natural;
meeting were Mrs. Lucille I Heights and families. : :
,' ,
rod Hamilton. 'fr' I!!!"
Raulerson, Mrs Becky Basford and ... : /!}' tins; s}'stem is
Mrs ED. Teply.Deanna f .' nil' a' "t'Xpt'tl.lvt'thui1int':: .
i relying ilely I i 1111 rvuiiktrannniern.il !
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Celebrates'NinthBirthday lu'Ips Illtkl''IIU> /, pin' me s'sIl'ln
krturday Dr. Wayne C. Eaton. 1). ('. ,, nu*'e clt'i: >e'nclahle l .jxir-

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Waters,hostedat t .. tiail.ii!ly in tlw event i.11 an

a cookout Saturday, May 10, to Keystone Chiropractic ClinictII.21.'urtl \ .' :! l'ml'l' t'lll'\: ",
celebrate their daughter Deanna's And w'e think it's imix>r- '
ninth birthrtayst--T ; ._.,-e :scif l tuit tliitiai/ j
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party upheldjihder' .
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streamers S&M!' *(lrawberry t theme, :,: ,d". : ,IeyYtuneShupESuite.Sr :., : .' .. .: nines$ v\hen yi 1 m depend tijx m is'
was carrie-0d' | With the tableclothand I ..r
napkin 'dtiebiwJ ycakewUch: r i;..,: I Phone 473-3604 ,. ; t4tGContinental :

was ]#!,. ", .lik ftletable ra basket' of'straWberrl *' f> .,,,"r ,\',Houas-9a.sn.-llf.rrl.urld:31:171-tijr.1r1;: j ',' )/ :. Telephone :f.
Mrs. Wat ..hlted In'lervlng""jby 1 :) "" "
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Waters, M> 'biaai} 1,and Miss ..,. .. :,.,'.1.. \I If,,, Y(>u aUl zil trays c ill l on us. ,
Pam Lajol ;:M*n'%"'t,..' ;, --,; .9e1..1 ">.m. Thursdays .
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I wdrth of Rt. 2, Box 161A, Starke, was in the < Trooper D.C. Roberts cited
: ; home Out-Of-ControI turn-lane waiting to make left turn. Pressley for Improper driver
: l f ago. Truck CrashesA As Ambrose attempted the turn the license.
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pickup truck: In the right rear and on
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12:01 p.m. on CR-235 8 miles west of Accident
t was Starke with $10,000 damage to the mishap 1400 damage was recorded in a one
> : j truck involved. vehicle accident Saturday,May 10 at
rags n8 FHP report said a 1974 White truck Truck Backing Up 12:20: am on GrifHs Loop and SR-100.
.i operated by John Louis Williams, 29, 2.4 miles south of Starke'with no injuries -
H. of Rt. 3, Box 32B Starke was going Collides With AutoNo In the mishap.
,was north on CR-235 at a speed too fast for one was Injured in a two-vehicle FHP records show a 179 Ford
on the road'width and curves Williamslost accident on NE 4th Ave, two miles pickup operated by Leonard Dale
:2 control as the load weight shifted north of Starke Monday, May 12 at Rowe, 18,of Rt.l Box 174,Starke was
A fac while going through a curve and the 2:30: p.m. with $200 damage done to westbound on Griffis Loop. Rowe then
I truck overturned onto its right side. the vehicles skidded through a atop sign at SR-100
: Trooper W.M. Abrams cited FHP report said a 1979"! PlymouthVan and struck a pine tree on the west
I 8:50: hear Williams for exceeding safe speed. operated by James W. Newbern, shoulder of SR-100.
mile Jr., of Adel Ga., was pulling Into Trooper C.R. Cory cited Rowe for
to the Pulpwood Truck Griffis Marine when a 1975 Ford boom careless driving.
truck driven by Cecil L. Pressley 31
Into Pickup
of Rt. 1, Box 9B, Starke, was stoppedahead !
$700 damage was done in a tractor- of Newbern. Then Pressley Store pariley In a wide-
trailer pickup truck accident Tuesday started backing as Newbern was turn- mouth lar with tight
of May 13, at 2:01 p.m. on U.S. 301 lid to keep it fresh.
and SR-100 in Starke with no one in-

see jured.Police report !said a 1974 Ford ATTENTION:
tractor-1977 Drury trailer operated by
was Charles Ambrose, 56, of Ocala was Residents of ,Bradford. Union, Clay
Co. attempting to make a right turn on
I U.S. 301. A 1972 Ford pickup truck and surrounding areas:

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I Local Minister: :Retire After 43 Years{ I .' -'.

Rev.George L. Harper, minister of, lag Or. Tom Harper,who is currently Center Board in Gainesville. 'H. also, ,.
the First United Methodist Church In tails uth year of college. He studiedfor was a charter member of the North ,rt. ;'
Starke, has announced that he will the ministry and became an ordained Florida Community Mental Health. "
retire from the ministry alter 43 minister. Then Tom decided Center in Lake City.' "
years of service to the people of he wanted to be a medical doctor. Harper was appointed to al\, these : "
Florida and South Carolina. Tom stayed with his parents and then mental health boards by(the Bradford :i" :. .. .
He has been pastor of the I local got a B.S.,degree In Chemistry from County Commission. \." .. .,
church since June 1972, coming to the University of Florida In Official announcement and appointment A+: ) ..,st 1 I'
Starke from Mount Dora. Gainesville where he graduated as a of a successor to Harper will be' t /. / ..
Rev. Harper was born in Tabor Ci Phi Beta Kappa scholar. decided at the Annual Conference in '
.C. and then moved to Mullins. Tom then' enrolled In medical Lakeland May 27-30. At that conference -' / )/
South Carolina and starting with the school Johns Hopkins University in the 12 district /
moved I to Marlon, S.C. Baltimore Md. where he Is now completing superintendents and Bishop Joel ""
where finished his schooling.He his second year of residency In McDavid will make the appointmentsfor ( : .".
was an honor graduate from the pediatrics.i He will complete his the almost 1,000 ministers In.the 'uPn:4Y: 1'IiO'ffAM: ,. '
University of Richmond, Virginia and residency on July 1,1981. state. -
received Phi Beta Kappa, the highest Nalna Harper White, who is married Harper is expected to be honored ... ... ..n... .... \ : ,
scholarship award, along with the to Richard Allen White, lives in along with other retiring ministers in '.
. ;!. .....w.y.. t /
Omnicron Delta Kappa leadership Bedford, Va. where they are school a ceremony at the conference and in .- ," ", .
award and another honor Tau Kap teachers.On March 8 of this year they another ceremony at Florida ".--- I'
.., .. .... ..
member of ""' -- Iv
He the with grandson Southern "
pa, for debating. was a delighted Harpers a College.The : .. ,
the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. named Zachary. new minister will move to -" -'. ,,, .tt. .. ,..
After his graduation Rev. Harper Jane Harper Lewis lives with her Starke to take over the pastorship ----;" ., !
went to Atlanta where he attended husband, who Is an ordained Baptist Wednesday, June 11, ""'t
Emory Theological School for the minister, in Bedford, Va. She Is a Harper pointed out that after his :
next 14 years, finally getting his physical education teacher in theBedford retirement he will raise some roses, "CREATION NEEDS
ministerial degree in 1951. school system. They have a do a little bit of writing, some'camp ITENDING"
In 1937 and 1938 he attended Emory.In little son. Benjamin. ing, house painting, work in the yard, n".
1939: he left school to accept the David Harper Is a graduate of the straighten out his book collection. He : t
position as pastor of a church inCheraw University of Florida and received a plans to bring out his golf cart and do f1 ,
S.C. due to the death of the master degree from Florida State some fishing, something he hasn't :
church's pastor.In University in Tallahassee He is married been able to do since the Harpers ,
1940 he went back to Emory and to the former Jenny Cahill who is moved to Starke eight years ago. 4' ."
later that year came I to Florida wherehe still a student at the Gainesville "We have a lot of friends in the
was licensed to preach. His first university. David Is an assistant Starke area, appreciation for all the
assignment in the Sunshine state was manager of a bicycle shop in people, enjoyed living in Starke, and
to pastor four Methodist churches In a Gainesville.: would like to come back to visit," .
three county area -Mewberry, Trenton Jody Harper Is a graduate of Brad- Harper said. Rev. George Harper .
Hale and Chiefland. ford High School and was Valedic- He will be responsible for the local To Retire After 43 Years in Methodist Ministry ; :
Harper also served at a church In torian of her class In June 1975. She church until the new minister arrives ? 1 ...' I 'I'"''
Inverness and was chaplain in the will receive her degree from the In Starke to take over Its pastorship. .
civilian army during World War II University of Richmond on Sunday
from 1943 to 1946 serving with the May 11. She will continue to live in i
forces in the South Pacific. Richmond after graduation and work
After the war he was assigned to the for the Virginia Parks Service.
Citra charge in northeast Marion While Harper was In Starke the
County. local church built a $200,000 new
Other pastorships Included Venlce- Fellowship Hall which was opened 1
Nokomis and Palmetto.' He took a late last year. Harper Indicated the
break for a year as a' student at debt on that building will be paid off
Emory. He then went to Frostproof, by the end of this summer.
Wauchula, Bartow First United During the past few months Harper
Methodist Church, Seminole Heights reported that the mortgage on the
in Tampa, Avondale In Jacksonville, parsonage was retired. The parsonage -
Orlando Broadway, and then to was built In 1958.
Mount Dora. The church Is 117 years old accor-
While serving the Inverness pastor- ding to Harper. "It has been '
ship Harper met and married the ecumenical and evangelical,. my st :i iJ
former Mildred Surrency, a native of prayers to the service of Christ, com- Count the items.
nearby Bryceville and she was reared munity, country and warm heart and .
near Hawthorne. She graduated from service with all people, allow our SIe'..
Hawthorne High School and was an commitment as Methodists," Harper L 11 -
honor graduate of Florida Southern .'
College in Lakeland where she said.Harper was president of Starke Y
graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Rotary club in 1977-78. In 1978 he
B.S. degree in Commercial Art. She recieved the Paul Harris Fellow ....
attended the University of Florida Award in recognition of his service by '
and later received a masters degree Rotary International.In -. U.S.D.A. GRADE A gonek sr :
from the University of Central January 1979 Harper receivedthe
Florida in Orlando. citizenship award from'the Starke ROCK.e. .
She is a teacher at the present timeat Bradford County Chamber of Com- .e.
Southside Elementary School in merce. CORNISH
Starke and will continue to teach after Harper has served various men- _
her husband retires and they move to tal health boards during his tenure In HENS '
a house they bought several years ago Starke. He first was a member of the .
In Gainesville. advisory board of the Bradford-Union .
AVd.L .
They have six children who currently Guidance Clinic. For the past six ."24os 1
"" "j
are scattered over the country. years he has been a loyal member of ; ;r ;itf's' HALF GALLON
Lea Harper Is a junior professor the board of directors of that clinic.
teaching religion at Pembroke State, Hits In the fourth year as president, a
a division of the University of North will have to up in June
Carolina at Lumbeton, i4 C. when the Harpersie move to 178 78 148
Harper takes great pride in discussTo Gainesville.The .
local guidance clinic will have LB LB a
Its Annual Awards Banquet Saturday,
May 31, at the Starke Golf and Country SAVE 60 A LB SAVE 20' A LB SAVE 30' A LBLYKES
J 1 J Club at 7:30: p.m. at which time
Harper will receive a certificate of a
prevent rice, noodles or appreciation for his service
spaghetti from boiling over For three years Harper
add a few teaspoons of represented Bradford County on the ,A11171M'.R VNll/S. 41N/117//Ilg4 MAY iSTNgU. WED, ly, a \
cooking oil to the water. North Central Florida Mental Health MAY. ... Ivxu uI1ANTItY Nll.I/T' &."&.R_>O.


Insect Problems? CENTER CUT

C2a''hit i shads trees SMOKED PICNICS PORK CHOPS

k SAVE 30' A LB C
nuMtitab frees 6 TO 8
59 PER
.,., LBS LIMIT : SAVE SO' A LB $148
inlet dJJII. WS. 1 PLEASE 1.8 LB PKG.88iC POUND

Get a cure here .............. GREAT GROUND GROUND JIIII11.f1 I

iioi me mm vizuu MMUMT SOIL

jjjL 25% Diazinon Spray $/ 95 BEEF Hormels Sausages . 99
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Pb Dragon Brand Pint Bottle SAVE 30-A IB PER 98'SLICED
Reg. Italian
s5esf POUND a ;\ $ Sausages. . $148
50% Malathion Lr 5 LBS 138 SAw"' A'".LLOTOWRYS

.. _. Pint t Bottle.......... 425 ___ & OVER Real Polish Sausage $198
Reg 5i ....,
1 5% BEEF LIVER HOOD OR TROPICANA uKsTSnlk's1"$248: : ; ;;
Scvin Dust PURE FLORIDA ..........N'.G

Ii Sate on animals too.4 lb. bag. Reg'2*:$175 SAVE 30A LB >SHINNEDDEVEINED TO 3 LBS 88 ORANGE JUICE Meat IAVI..ioi"0.Grill THOINAmi'Franks.VAUIV $248

M 5% Diazinon Dust ft La HALF GALLON 99C" Sliced Cooked Hams. $138
$95 CARTON MVI jr.IM toil.

..... 4 lb. bag Reg. '4" .. FRESH PORK Hygrade. Sausage! . .68W. *
l. MV| MID
... .l- \ s . ;-$198

King of the ? 3 TO S LBS 88: (I'.. A C ""ta' i -' Estate'''lea HAM o.emu
SAVE 30' A LB La, A I Fair Corn Dogs. :$129
1\ ....,...... 4' r. .
I. High Wheelers .. \:
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Get ...,....1 IB THAT : ;;;J 'L. -: ",{- "' .
a good cut on fine lawn grass or $ n>'' ': ..I"-' ..... lil/t '

tough Held grass Easy.to push built to 'last Sno White Mushrooms. ., 1 < .. .. .....1r.t1"i:
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MVI M A! ne vowi OWN .' ..:o -, t.. : 4f.j'
'41" Fresh Yellow I Onions f .u.13

'4 *418 4 H.P. Briggs A Stratton SAYS Fresh ir MCWD Slaw mwt OMV or Salad. :> rac.494+ ''FRESH GREENCUCUMBERS \i ,

',ng"e, : MV]irIM4H '
,$ 00 Florida Grapefruit. ... >..,6ra11' 1 o0f..:' .
;5p 349a. 3084P533 SAYS W nilH KJKVFlorida y/ Anvtr
$1Q B: s-ioo
Oranges. .I.12raI< .: @ 8 QUARTERS
yt $7195 MN'l.- : ", 1fi" 4 port -JBL'

8.P. -6H.'P.Self-Propelled MM...0WKI Tender BCAXKI .Celery.gn-K,Mti .V.?, ;V7S 3 y ''FRESH FLORIDAORANGES 9'Crls (: ,

Qo '5 9 Romaine Lettuce t .;. 'S.r cjy: LMVI ORGRAPEFRUIT
52800 f.alto iAC G '
Fresh CarrotsAa,49: \ ,
NoN Crisp : .., HALVES $1.89PIelA'

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I Secondary RoadPaving, Still SloW'e88

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Paving of new secondary roads Is lengthy 301 bond pay-off Consolation b that Bradford wifl be.,<- miles of addtional repaying is com-
till allow business In Bradford Coun skyrocketing: construction costs and the only county In the state that will..., pleted shortly. +
ty-there Is nothing new in the priority DOT used $307.000, of the county's have all its secondary: roads r..pav..4. <.1, There will not be enough money ac- l"S
list this year and it I la still uncertain secondary funds to put five former and In top condition onset... !ft cruing to the county to pave anything
when the next road will be paved. state roads Into first class condition h.f b appreciable for the next few years. .
Still county commissioners trekk- before turning them back to the county -' .: | |R'By July 1 this year the county will fit )
ed to Lake City to the Department IIITransportatloa' to maintain. Now the county must Air Force Offer 'f.'" ";: a. have accrued $65,000 In its secondary
*district office for the Cash ,',, ?. road fund maintained the DOT In
repay the $700,000Just borrowed BonusesFor' >: ,,.,. by ; 'I
annual hearing and to report to DOT against future secondary road funds Enlistees .- 1981-82, $87,000; 83-84 $101,000 I \ ,AA r
the "new" priority list of roads to be and used to repave the .county's ?..J\If' It now coats approximately $100,000
paved.Only deteriorating present secondaryroads. GAINESVILLE!: FL ,'TbaVAIr per mile for new secondary road paving -
change In the county's paving .The county commission: agreed Force Is now offering cash bonus to and around $20,000 per mile to
priorities is a request for the slate to to repay the $700,000 plus Interest at qualified six-year enlistees .4n three. repave a mile of secondary road.
repave SR-100 between Starke and S.5 percent back to the DOT over the highly specialized career fields.'' The Crawford Settlement Road and I"
Keystone Heights as soon as possible coming seven yean.Correction. According to TSgt William K.'.Car Laura Church Road have been on the
as the highway is highly dangerous roll Air Force recruiter,P.O..Box Q county's priority list for paving since 3t
when water stands In heavy rains. Gainesville, FL here the bonuses.will 1969. ...
That will be a state Jotx However, be paid to recruits who cotnpMa. 'The $307,000 It cost to refurbish the I '
state DOT officials say that all funds In the story appearing in last technical training requirements for,. primary roads reclassified as secondary ,"I.....
have been frozen until Jan. 1,I960 and week's paper about parade winners Radio Communications, .) and turned back to the county ft'It
no new contracts will be let until then. the Lawtey Recreation Department Analysis/Security. Voice iTacwasOng, ,: plus the$230,000 It cost to pave the 1.3 ,
Familiar roads on the priority list was quoted. as receiving: a 2nd place or Explosive Ordnance Dtopoaal. : miles of Pleasant Grove Church Road ..... "
are trophy. Bonus amounts will vary...Radio. I Iln late 1977 depleted the county's second
Now number one priority the New The trophy was won by Lawtey Dix- Communications Specialists ,will road fund balance. The $100,000 .Ii
River Church Road, 6/loths of a mile. ie Youth Association: not by Lawtey receive $1,000; Explosive Ordnance plus Interest payback of the $700,000
That short road was number seven on Recreation Department. The Disposal Specialists, $1,500; and 'the commission was forced to borrow ; '. '
the priority list In 1970 and now has Telegraph regrets the error, Voice Processing Specialists: tt.OO. to repave present badly deteriorated '
been moved to number one Sergeant Carroll explained that secondary roads has further en- Looking for a place to pert tfcelr are (4rt Doug Ashley Frank Shef-
Crawford Settlement Road (NW Porter's enlistees will be authorized\ a lump croached on the pace the secondary tired feet the first four fluUfcern al field,Mike ColvIn and George Crews. I6Superwalker8Earn
57th Ave. and NW 60th Ave.), 38 Levern sum payment at their first duty roads will accrue in the next seven Saturday's .7 Superwalk parUcifaats,.,
miles. The has Dance EnsembleIn of ., ". ,
county purchased: assignment following completion years. '
rights-of-way, has surveyed and has Recital training. The state legislature last year '
cleared the expanded right-of-way in Applicants for Air Force training stipulated that the fifth and sixth $1,300
preparation for grading work. Concerned Citizens of Bradford these specialties must be high school cents of the 8-cent state gasoline tax,
Laura Church Road (NE 20th County, Inc.,. proudly presents the graduates or possess itate-eertlOaMl: ->. from which secondary road funds are I
Ave.), 2.8 miles. Levern Porter's Dance Ensemble of GED. They must have ,no. priori;.;,' derived, must be used to pave new "gfjrMa'rch Dimes
.BessentRoad (NE 2nd Ave.), Gainesville,Fla.in recital on Sunday, military service and be fully g !Iflad.)F+ .j]y roads it was pointed out that an opi- By Stepp of
about a mile from where pavementends May 18 at 5 p.m. In the RJE Gym- for training In the specialty. i '>\, nion was recently Issued to the
now to Flume Road. nasium. Outstanding local talent will Further information about th* Alachua County commission by its attorney The March of Dimes Superwalk .$so worth of pledges were Doug
Residents along these roads should also appear on the program bonus plan and other Air Force opportunities : George Nickerson that resur- conducted on Saturday April .. Ashley Lynn Loper Monica
not hold their breath until their road Donations will be accepted.:: All proceeds is available from ,Sergeant;", "" facing can be classified as new construction was 1980 There were 67 walkers turning.In Maslowskl. and Alan Holtzendorf.After .
is paved,however. will go towards Concerned. Carroll at his office or by calling.him according to Bradford pledges of 1300. walking the ten miles participants -

The county U still struggling with a Citizens fund-raising drive. at 378-Sloo. .'. ",,.":,.,,... Clerk Gib Brown.Count Among the participants were three: were treated to
.\ ; "'I 1' rery brave adults Jean Hannigaa, refreshments and a place to rest their
(Cathy Hobs and Maxine Gay., BUI tired feet. All 67 entrants finished the
Hamilton was the first participant to distance.
:urn in money for over $50 worth>of Coach George Loper would like to

,.j.. .. ,.,.:i pledges earning a certificate.paarU.",., thank the following individuals and
.J.. ,.] ;," and a t-shirt.Other walkers turo c Bii.", organizations for their time money
,' .. .
/\ 'IIt-. and materials:
TX S *';" Realty Board MacDonalds Jr. Women's Club of
ave.ii Starke, Bradford Education Association -
To Meet May 22 National Guard, Officer Crews
Boardof and the Starke Police Department
The Bradford-Union County
-Mrs. Riherd, Boc Bell of
.. .: h Realtors Inc.will meet Thursday; Joyce
: 'i1 ro; May 22. at 7:30 pro. at the HolidayInn Flowers Bakery Plggly Wiggly Boy
when ten Realtors and Associate Scouts of Troop 70 (Eric McClen-
Realtors will be presented for' nigan Bryan Stephens Jimmy
the Prices membership, Cecelia: TerwUtegar, Davis Randy Thompson Bill
Pres., announced ; Sanders), Mrs. LaVon Drives Mr.
Recently, the new merabers'oom-. and Mrs. Vince Spengler Mrs. Betty
pleted an "Orientation Day", in Warren, Mrs. Betty Young, Bobby
Orange Park that was conducted by Epps,Mrs.Jeanne Loper,all walkers
the Clay Board of Realtors. Venue and their sponsors for a successful
J e PRIDE Odom the Education Chairman and Superwalk.

1 Lillian Pearson is the Membership
e FLAKED Chairman.
Also at the dinner meeting RalphBryan
e COFFEE"t vice-president of the local
L board and a member of the Bradford
1301 BAG e County Housing Finance Authority.

will explain some of the details of the.
seven million dollar Bond Program\

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,St. Mark..YQuth, '

\' 'J "Choir Entertain;" ;J M..,! ;

At Penney Farms '

1OS1OO (: I4qooI St. Mark's Episcopal Church Youth .)....
99 Ts2iI' Choir directed by Nancy Green., .. 0
JBL visited Penney Farms Retirement

EARS Community Sunday, May 11,; and ...
musical for the
gave a program ,I'...
SAVE 20'law SAVE 17' residents. \, ".!.:."
SAVE 16 ON 4 Kevin Griffls on guitar accom-
panied Jackie Grider playing piano Craig Bryan
for the selections the. Youth Choir for Duty
NAMCO Reports
: Ave w x urn A""O'

Ritz Crackers . 89 Pantry Pride Sodas. 79 sang Refreshments were served'to the Craig P. Bryan recently enlisted for In
and has reported
the U Army
Ml after the ,' including
Nabisco Triscuit. .. $117 Welch Grape Jelly. .89 NESCAFE' I youngsters: Paul and OTC Sanders. duty with) Division 101st Air at Mobile Fort(Screamin'Eagle Campbell.

lb-NAACO INSTANT I Tammy Padgett, Donna Padgett
Wheat Thins Cake Mixes 69 .COFFEE' Sean Bridges, Eric and Amy Noegel Kentucky. of Bradford High -..
. (PIWaUIV), . I oIAR' I A 1979 graduate
MVI r.WUD C..A.. ...... .Mvf.*yt. leer I NON.STICK DUPONT Bart Neighbors. Nancy Grider.Rieske.Tonja School. Bryan was formerly a
Apple Juice 59- Old English *T4ri'.lll.ptJuv.' 99 WITH. THIS'COUroHMAV II. IMI, | and Daniela Rigby Kim ,, member of the Camp Standing Army !
. . L::.==:. assassissawass. ;I'.I.. ,flalle National Guard Training Site. As part ..
AVI I* I. FWfNCH' .ITALIAN wvttr.1 cow tuna wncrir :
Lawtav._.lOaal of his National Guard active duty program ;
Kraft Dressings .. .., 59 Hefty Trash Bags. 99 .;.ft..I vare SCHOOL LUNCH MaNU he trained as an Infantrymanat I

,Hei'nz i 2/$1/ Pi tr. PJochmansMustard. PIECE OF THE WEEKFARMBEST May It--13 the U.S. Army Infantry School, j
Ketchup. . 594IDA DISIIsFEATURE MONDAY. Mar Itl Pried aMrlUav MaskedPOaoas Fort Benning. Ga. .
SAVE ir.MU tot -. I = Wavy MlMCtf ft*.* MP. Craig has been residing with his
I 81 INCH'Punch
$1" DeT Monte Drink. 59 D GENt $ 99 biscuits' mim mother, Imogene Locke and stepfather -
Detergent .. . ,I GOURMET TUESDAY, May Ml Macaranl .MdliaM.boleaita .
Locke. He Is the
5401 Major
SAVEr IRS COUNf PAN1IIV run t a/I BAII i PAN arm 1 Cub avitaratf areas paaa,. _elm .
WITH THIS COIJTON' Ioooo biscuits' ....nor.MIN.WRDNeSDAY. son of Ralph Bryan of Starke.
9" White Plates ,''., ,I. .97 Flavor Ice mm*****. .89 THIIU- :..MAY n.ma. | May til .ra.cn. cMckxi.Batata ..
..vl ii.too tt PANTUV nm Mum faux iM rowoa.AWT M--.w 0a :I :{.)',f :4,_ ..'.d. bah**feaans,aa l.iai cah ......_
..,. ..".. I TRI'Pit Turn" IMKIMc*.runt Mttarally. .
7oz Cold Cups . 97 Drink Mixes . 99 a.( ..........,... Banana.BJIIM.THURSDAY .. MIDDLE SCHOOL MENU g
M*HNtAmi CMnrauir cm NNIAmi OUANCI SAVE as.S.. May Iti Tansy rt Oft CM: MONDAY. May 191 en lniro.r M *- I

Delmonte Drinks. .594 Potted Meat (NORM) .5/$1 HUNGRY JACK CREAM .,_. Franc,, Ire May,.aaacnat 0., Saataea milk.BBJIOAV ,.:,..... praMSi.Tu.SDAY.. CMM MOY m'ftaani., ","pvach.. "..h.ll......Milk.CSrn.e...- .4

SAVEr.I7..WHOU.OtICOIAM..U' BA"..........."OWCMOOII. I INSTANT MASHED I ICE ..../.."'... ....". eraaa fcami. aaar. halt.bliculK. SaN sew..aptteuuca. mimWCDNeSDAV -
.. ....
May >l M l last '
Corn..3/51 aumr /TROPI&.SAMe MRNUFOR
Delmonte Nestea Tea MIx. . $159 j I POTATOES: HALF S1l99 THURSDAY THIP.vou .....-. turnip' tr..n.. I.Ho w/.......>. cornTHUSOAY I
u .
save...AJIOOno .. t oa' ; M..d. .."
5/5 BundT Cake"Mixes. $ > WttMTMSCOUrON, GALLON .JI,; Moil 221 K u butter sand
Bars. 1 ; : : i
Hershey Candy ,
| GOOD THRU WED,MAY II,|W. '. WKK. i cMaia MndWith rice 4 if
''''' ----r+rrs""---- 130:1: trM llml Mans.belt Cuo. c...,.. mllllmoAV. .
I MRS. SMITHS .. 11 Hot dot on bun.. Estate :
Sno Bowl Cleaner. .59 Kraft!: Mustard ... . 59 CREAM -- carts May a raisin salad' clwcolata' a.. 05 100 II/ PIES RfE :N..89 AUTO WNppinw, ...".. I
DRY pfeiffer ...594 I. '
CANADA Dressings. PII'I-"; KNOW
1 I 12001. Southside Etem. School
69 ,
DONUJS MONDAY May ''! M.mour..r ax kiln, Iw
ASSORTED FLAVOr GeneRass 1un/ m.rs,rraiicli.,....aMx,..w lunin.TUISDAV mill i

1'1 us) 8 PACK HALF 9 9 l TKuCANHAODFolgei=o'iger's Coffee. ... $2" l_DOODH.U WIT"nee[ ..==.J LAMBRECHT ASS'T.IIII'OM't. *.pe.n, May hose Ml e,,fruit Park...paMia...".*wuul,macarCMM ,.oni....lM.'.*..
LITER waDNBSDAV AMY )ti Mamburaar tt "
's Coffee. ., .,$269 PIZZAS 189PAMY masher ....._. MOP.p.a 21.......CKIclini.'.,..ue..a FORT Vi m 0um1Rorars. /"IMYMURSDAY. -I

Q. There was a large oil spot .xaniilbutlar, ..".,Jolla w/lrull,e.d\
y"UN 90:1: on my driveway ihlrfrom sees-
1 ", GREENBEANS $ nlng my 1977 Then. ".10"". May !is' Hat doe an. kwi .......
IICOFFEE: 1 3 'UR 1 dcrblrd I want to- find ere MM,cakaaw>,la aur *. milk 1

II I : l problem fast.What do 1 dor '
'Xyy 1 I '
BOX 2 QUARTS I IJOOnHRU".O.YII, _: A. First clean the engine' MONDAY. Mew li, .,....., |IM M aua. MOM
------------ WATCHERS with steam or kerosene and, MARS.kuttana earn,aaacli ..l.,""LTUeD.

777, BAKERY ., .HEALTttA.BEAU'1'Y, IGENERAI.'MEh. It"II: 'I"MAYONNAISE"- detergent.hot water When,containing the engine ill lima. aaanl..",.(Mav unarMaKn Mi CMckan rHuarai. .a,naaalat.mm, (frillymilk. raaii

PANTRY PRIDE CLAIROL, ICED TEA <= dry place the car on stands' ;, ",.ON.O"". May '" faaahantmaat i
32oHOMESTYLE 99 Start and rev up the (engine avca aaraaa salad clwvsa .flu, Franc bcaatf
SHAMPOO then shutit aaala-...milk .*
lor a f few minutes
GLASSESPITCHER) .1 THURSDAY May BtMaat teat,b.an.M Icbv.a.Memo.
SANDWICH off and Inspect for leaks. If eamkrMfcr..aaaell ...H. aantr fcvltaraania. .
or. NORMAL" OILY 160a $0129 FYNE oil ." .
bR SPIC,. appears, around rear,I' milk .

.BREAD COLOR DRY TREATED! SAVE s6' oBROWN 3 I4floi FOR. g. 9 40" NAPKINS, pan mam-bearing, be sure It is.hovsing not running' oe, t orb paiDAY..ssias.....,.MOIL.......mist kvrtarM ns', ,Tuna. nraan lalatf,. .am an, ca Itftuca.tattlna <_..

CLAIROL' .: !ASSORTED down from rocker-cover-: :.
l6oz' 300 (: gaskets In upper sections of -' A.LACARTEMOMBAV
SAVE 3 $100 CLAIRMIST 99 ,;' ......
LOAVES ", .COUNT the engine. Also check oil i.: May Ifi Mamhvrtara
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18 NON-AEROSOL-REO. OR UNSCENTED 14o, .; f' filters, fuel pumptV'OiLJkne .,. 'prancM ffriaa,.. ": :".
noo. $fl99t! and the oil .' ending TU ,0 Y, may ChaaaMuraars, Preach
4* SPICY BROWN gauge i 'nab alua aranaa wMa.waDNCSOAV .
KV. -.Mair intV. 'SAVe2 FOR ..JLtAVfl4B FOR LEAR JU. ,J' JUNE BOY unit. After the) leak has .beenft, ,A .. NOW sit ...... kamklircarf. .,
"i ,
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MOI'OR3/S1 .
Hamburger / I ,..' KOSHERDILLS discovered an4 ftcasfcetreplaced : Franck Ma/ *,milkanakta.THUHIOAV .
*...._moon Flee ......COOl {"q ..f/J. Mow Ill N.M5eraws.Oks..SkneeI. .
uucStotnlor ,
MM Mr '. avoid efuturel
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], : 1f< i
Apple! Pie. :. .. ... k,99t. ,Right Guard DlOOOIANt'--.' Auto Seat CU5 lOfa., 1 )!f:" trouble by being sure plugged ; T>ai lloaiWMaVnr. mllkfli.k.".
MVI Ijr MM Cohzate Tooth t'f, .( : :I. breathers ,or 4 maluncT_ akn. ....... Pram kk'7 aramja IwMa.
astei. '
Mini Loaf Bread..7q/ Foam Cooler' a.l!; 64 a. ,
Honing positive .crank-aart'jj: ;
IA r1 W lose OV4t Mvt fttia-nTM stONGT,all .., r QIMS .. .' i _tlt.rAR. S119 rookerElementarvCctwol.TUISDAVdAM .
Devil Food 'Cake. .89* ,Dexatrim.. Capsules IDIIT)'24' Foam Chest..*!. ..,...5-\ '' !i'r jj.IIii .,: ventilation cause system ybuildtfp.resulting did :not.' ", M..D"May 191-.oil, UV.CS.M.a 51401.......'
.. pressure PPMbS
MM 'iv 17M cut ?! "Us r DAM' N W 00 w i..n *MD o ; """I M/Od.Nb..wedicts
Elba Pound Bar. . ...99.* Hawaiian ,iyropic... .. ,',-,,,!-,121'" .Super. Gluewo :1 It..: A1.fBp: in oil bipwln oyth .wnnraa Can, .tall*,lOW stroll,(tlUia., ,...._.ala.gnimY M IetN.1.
OP "OAY. May Sll "!..., WttUta1 a
... 'IMk rmwmy' .
'Alt..oti''p ; plat"Mil chocolate-
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P ., fTAKM", *W. ---a-- rpwJOPA.4mok''' \ .art.
'.'0"". May ace> Bamlwr artatB on bun
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-S Business Men Meet :Saturday '
-.-- LEGALS Gospel : .
tne original with th. total financial and
.THE.' .CIRCUIT .defaultwill..be- entered Clerk of the above styled The Starke Chapter of Full Gospel Lord. He was near Now living tutalI:/

COURT'1 I iEIGHTH against you and a judg Gilbert S. Brown AlClerk NOTICE TO Court on or before) June Business Men International marital collapse. life Is completely
JUDICIAL !CIRCUIT;: IN .. merit will be entered for of the Court, BylMorion CONTRACTORSSealed 16 1980,! otherwise- a .welcomes Doug Pike.their speaker for the Lord his emit)
AND FOR BRADFORD 11 the.'relief) : demanded In McRae. Deputy bids will .be judgement "'0''"' be Saturday night at 6:30 at the Western changed. His business, marriage
COUNTS FLORIDA.. Jhe Complaint. Clerk. received. In the County entered against you for Steer Steak House. Doug is a personal life are all successes. Doug jsrcL
'. t '' I. WITNESS!>> my hand andeol SIB 4tchg 5/29. Commission Room of the the relief demanded In businessman with Allison Moving and and his wife are expecting thett
Civil Action Cete No. of thIs Court this 9lh Bradford County CourtHouse the complaint or' petition. Storage Co. In Jacksonville. He accepted child and have never been happier.,
80.202. '" day ol MOM. 1900. In Starke. Floridaat Christ and was water baptised Doug is now the secretary ofcOHX

GILBERT S. BROWN, NOTICE OFINTENTION 9:30: a.m. on the 19th WITNESS my hand and when he was 11 years of age. He and beaches chapter of Full Gospel
A E COPLAND, Plain CLERK. OF- THE COURT, of May 1980 for rood the seal of this Court on his family are members of First Business Mona Fellowship.
tiff, vt NORMAN" M COR. BY, Tanya Hodges, TO REGISTER construction to be performed May 9, 1980. Christian Church of Jacksonville The dinner will begin at 8:30 p.m.
LEW and JOYCE L. 'OR., .D.p\119'uk.\ 5/15 4tchg FICTITIOUS on the following Gilbert. S. Brown As Beech The speaker will begin at 7:30 p.m.
LEW. Defendants' 'o/S. ,. NAME roods: Clerk of the Court, By Interested to our-
I Involvement all
invite persons
Doug's We
.' 1. Colley Road. From For the next 15 years. to'
Tanya Hodgei. Deputy. church and with meeting. If you are unable to come
: the
NOTICE OF "TN'-'U'F' CIRCUIT Pursuant to Section SR 100 to SR 230 length Clerk. with
O.8 mile level and God was on an occasional basis. He the dinner, you are welcome to coma
SUIT .,cOIJ T. EIGHTH 863.09. Florida Statuses 5/15 4tchg 65NOTICE, ';"
PROPERTY"' JUDICIAL; CIRCUIT ,IN 1979 Intends to register. Resurface. was more interested in "playing the to hear the sneaker.
lit AND FOR BRADFORD with the clerk ol the circuit 2. Road No. C-18 From field" than serving God. He met his The Starke chapter welcomes'3104'and \ '

TO: Joyce L Corlew, 519 COUNTY FLORIDA. court In and for Road C-18 to Crystal OfINTENTION wife in 1969 and was married a year your family Saturday night. See
Avenue "H" SE. #4. Bradford County Lake, Length 2.3 mil... Doug Pike later In 1973 he and his wife met the you, there!

Winter Haven Florida. .. Civil Action Case No. Florida the fictitious Level and Resurface. TO REGISTER (:"
and Norman H Corlew.. 80-J83 name, to wit: 3. Immokalee Rood FICTITIOUS '
Addreis Unknown IN REt THE MARRIAGEOF DENMARK AND MAR. From State Road 100 to NAME Bradford Middle School News a--.. .* u u 'a4. .0 .0 SB' u. ::.: I

NOTIFIED that on action HART Husband and under which the 0.4 Mile, Construct Pursuant ta Section Dates to remember: care of parent) to your student's Lisa Bell, Laura' McKinney, :rat,,
to foreclose' a mortgage BOBBIE G. HART Wile undersigned Is engaged llmerock base withasphalt 865.09. Florida Statutes, home teacher. Report cards will Clark, Carmella Coburn, Dennis
on the following described In practice at 701 East surface course. notice; hi. hereby given to room Robert Fisher,Linda GravelKristy ,'
May 17 8th grade' trip Disney be mailed out the last six weeks and Dunlap,
Road No. C214.
property In Bradford NOTICEOF Call Street 4. that the undersigned, Joe Bowen Eric Lan
World. Buses will leave BMS at 6:30 students not bringing envelopes will Johns, Tina ..
From SR 21 to Clay County Woodlawn
Florida' ACTION Florida. Sapp. 902 St.,
County That portion of North The parties InterestedIn Line, Length 0.6 Mile, Stark.. Fla. 32O9I. doing a.m. and will return at 7:30 p.m. not receive their report cards, they Donna Thornton, Pam Sams, Regina Mlk H

145 feet of' the NE V, at TO': BOBBIE G. HART. sold enterprise-are: Level and Resurface. business under the firm May 20'Final PTO meeting for will be held here at school for parentsto Jones, Michelle Stilwell. *
the SE that I hot Wait Address Unknown John Edward Den 5. New River Church name of THE SHUTTERBUG school year 1079-80. Elections will be pick up.During Christmas, LeAnn Flynn, Mary;
of' Seaboard Airline mark. D.D.S.. P.A. Rood. From Road No. 44OE! W. Madison held for 1980-81 with entertainment the week of May 8, 7, and 8, Campbell,. Robert Carver, Renee
Railway right of way and YOU ARE HEREBY William Morchese, C.235 to New River Street, Stork., Florida. from the BMS Band, under the direc- Bradford Middle School hosted the Wlmberly Sylvia Green, Julee Wise-

that portion' of the North NOTIFIED that an action D.M.0.. P..... Church. Length 1.1 32091. Intends to register tion of Mr. James Peronto. elementary schools of Bradford County Adrienne Pollard and Alan HolMeW:,
145 feel of' the NE ", of for dissolution of mar. 5/1 4tpd 322.NOTICE Miles Add llmerock to aid fictitious name May 21 P.E. and L.S. six weeks in a special orientation program dorf. Refreshments were served.: .
SE 4 'that Mel East of' rlage has been tiled and existing base and apply under the provisions of tests. for students who will be coming from the office for adult visitors. Spec'ialthanks

State Road No. 200 (alto you are r.qulr.d to asphalt surface course. aforesaid .tatu.... May 22 R.A. and Math six weeks those schools next year.The program Is extended to Mrs. Josl6
known as U 5 Road No. serve a copy of your OFINTENTION Sealed bids should be Joe Sopp. owner. tests. included a brief explanation of pro- Williams who helped plan and Boo}':;:
301)) ,in Section 3. written defenses, If any submitted! to Mr. GilbertS. Dated this 8th day of May 23 S.S. and Sci. six weeks grams which will be new to these dinate the orientation session. '
Township 6 South Range to It on petitioner's at TO REGISTER Brown Clerk of the May, A.D. 1980 In Bradford tests. students, there was also a questionand CTBS results for 1980 went hom

22 East except right of torn.y. whose name and FICTITIOUS Circuit Court. P.O. County. 5/8 4tpd May 24 Sock Hop 7-10 p.m. BMS answer session and a warm with students May 9. Parents wbo"
ways address I. J. J. NAME Drawer B. Storke. 5/29. Gym. welcome from BMS admInistrators have questions or who wish to counselat -
hat boon 'filed against WOLBERT JR., P. O. Bo Florida 32091. Either acashier' *
26- Memorial Day holidav. Mr. McKinney principal and school in regards to test scores con
May Dewey ,
Section check bid "
and are required IOB6 Slarke, Florida Pursuant to or a !
you you the BMS office at 966093.4bpointments
10 servw a copy of your 32091 on or before June B63.09, Florida Statute*, bond In the amount of 5 NOTICE OFINTENTION Parents, please remember to send Mr. Bill McRae. assistant principal.The tact will be set with atu'4dent's t
wiitten, dot ensea. If any. 12. I960 and file the notice Is hereby given percent of the total bid size Belt-addressed students were taken on a guided up ",
THE shall each TO REGISTER legal stamped, tour of BMS by 8th grade! students: home room teachers.
Jr the undersigned
to .t on J J J original with the Clerk of that accompany FICTITIOUS envelopes (addressed to student in
Ploint'lf. s attorney this Court .ither before AMERICAN CIVIl bid submitted. "*""
whole address is P0 service on Petitioner's DEFENSE ASSOCIATION.INC. D.L. Shuford Chair. NAMEPursuant : ,;\ II
Ex.en.ionllomeEc.onomic.Pre8enlll ,
Box 1006 Stark Florida attorney or immediately .. doing business, man. Board of County to Section IC'
J209I un 01 before Juno thereafter otherwise a under the firm name of Commissioners.
I IJ '1980 and Me. the ,ludgment will be entered! TACDA, METTAG and 5/8 2tchg 5/15. 865.09. Florida Statute, Values An Example: values from time to time as they; do- "
Migmal. with the Clerk of for the relief demanded Journal of Civil Defense.P.O. notice I I. hereby given ClarificationWhat What's more Important to you? Do change. : 1

'his Court either, before in 'the potitlon Box 1057. Slorke that the undersigned do the words "Values" and"Clarification" you value social acceptance higher A program on Values Clarification it
Frances S. Clemens.Lucille = >
ervuL< on Plaintiffs at WITNESS my hand and Fla. 32091 Intends to IN THE CIRCUIT Co- mean to ??? than education? If so, then you might will be conducted Wednesday, May -
A. Deese. you
tot, ney or immediately the seal of this Court on register laid fictitious. COURT. EIGHTH Starke, Fla., The feelings and attitudes that we decide to purchase a new model car 21, 10 a.m., and Thursday May 22. 7. ,
thereafter otherwise a under the provision JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN owners at the Agriculture Auditoriums
tuition -
May 6, 1980. name. of aforesaid AND FOR BRADFORD 32091. doing business have about the worth or Importance today Instead of saving for college p.m.Starke., O'
under the firm name of C of things make up our values. The for the future!
statute.Dated COUNTY There will be slide presentations-,
Sloljn E. (SlauerRag. Clay County.at Crystal Florida lake.on Civil Action Case No. & M, ANSWERING 334 B N. Temple SERVICE things possessions we ,value activities may ,be or material maybe Your values affect your decisions, discussion determine and "exercises"values. to help

Starke. Fla. 32091. both and small. Financial decisions you your
this 20th day of April, 80200. relationships with people! We may large
Real Estate Broker 1980. FAYE E. BUNNER. Pet). Intends to register said also value certain beliefs, Ideals or personal decisions and emotional Bring a friend your sposiSe ;,
7 1 ISO W. Call St. THE AMERICAN CIVIL tioner/Wlfe VS THOMAS fictitious name under thoprovl.lan. principles. Everybody has their own, decisions are all based on your teenagers: or co-workers for an.lnj.5terestmg ; .
Stork DEFENSE ASSOCIATION EDWARD BUNNER.R..pond.ntHu.band of aforesaid different values and therefore value system so it Is Important that and "valuable" program.A .

INC. statute. lives life In a special style. you understand or "clarify" your Open to all regardless of race,'sex' ?'lk
964-5527 everyone
/S/By: Frank Williams Dated this 8th day of color or national origin.
President. NOTICEOF May A.D. 1980 In Bradford Contact Extension Home--.
County.. 5/8 4tpd NOTICEOF Economics Office at 964-6280 for more
Special Betty H. Nice, SUIT ACTIONTO or before June 24. 1980. "- *
Treasurer Acting NO PROPERTYTO 5/29. and file the original with Information. ;:
oOeavtolul orn.r lot at Country CLub. First time on( Secretary. : Thomas Edward Bun. DAVID BLANCHARD the Clerk of this Court 4*

market 5/1 4tchg 5,2. ncr, c/o Sue Turner 243 DOOLIN: Address either before service on
2 Trailer Parks Marion Avenue Akron, IN THE CIRCUIT Petitioner as Immediately -
01 1 trailer.' / park II trailers Approx 6 acr.. Fenced. I I Ohio 44312. COURT. EIGHTH Unknown thereafter; otherwise H'

01 1 trailer park II trailers 2 BR frame house, barn ap" YOU ARE HEREBY JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN YObf ARE HEREBY a default will be entered

prOM 22 acres. fenced pasturotand. LARGE down payment NOTIFIED that an action, AND FOR BRADFORD NOTIFIED that an action against you for the relief

Owner wIll finance balance. FLOR.IA.WREALTY for dissolution ol mar. COUNTY FLORIDA. for dissolution of marriage demanded In the complaint
Rentals .been fllecagainst I
We Handle I rlage has has been filed or petition.
you and you an. Civil Action Caie No: WITNESS my hand and '
unfurnished haute against and are
02 BR you you
required to serve a cop), 80197.IN the seal of this Court on
,01 1 unfurnished' apartment required to serve a copy
Phone 964-7700 of'your written defenses, RE: THE MARRIAGEOF May 6. 1960.Gilbert .
'4 BR 2' Ba Home of your written defenses \ '
> if It. the plain PAULA MARIE A ,
to on
393 N.Temple Avenue any S. Brawn *
.If toll
HOUSE. Furnished Feb. May any.' on
'3 BR
tiff. ,
Clerk of the Court. By: !
,., ? -. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY STILL HAVE PROPERTY name and address li. tloner/Wlfe and DAVID MARIE DOOIIN Petitioner Beulah M. Moody. Deputy :, \.
I warehouse on US 301. Air conditioned, 'off I..*:'Great, NOT AT INfLATID George H. Pierce, P.O. BLANCHARD DOOIIN.RespondentHusband 740 ,North whose address Church Is Clerk. '" REALTY :

location, PRICES!II I Drawer 1030 Starke. 9/8 4tchg 5/29.
I Tackle and Bait business Large Inventory.One Florida 32091 and lilt. Slork., Florida 32091 on .; I

city block in downtown Stork |lust waiting for the Come see uo for 'land .. PHONE ....7776 :
tight business.. Great opportunity for downtown mail aldr ham_.. anil new I ........u.,.. I 1"1III .
I large warehouse. appro 6.000 sq. ft Needs roof and homes. TEIIWILLiGAR 205 N. Temple, Starke -I.. ,
repairs Has floor and standing walls ,. ,


Income Property Will Pay For Ih.1I Let us help your "pip. dreams" become real III... Let ui
.''I small apartment complex Handyman special! 4 rental Ideal building sites neer ( REAL ESTATE ) help with your financing BOND PROGRAM VA FHA., -
jnts" possibly. 5. Prison 2.35 acres. with
01'1 small, frame house 257' on St. Rd. 16. SPECIAL
apartments" ((4 BR. 4 BA). 3.13 Acres with 2S7 on St. imagine) 300 feel on beautiful' lake

0'' 2 BR frame. house. Apartment on side Zoned com Rd. 14 and 22* on County _ _ Geneva) Great Beach Four compfeferesfcences '
mt.f. ,ial I
grade. ... t Two additional' reilcfences
NEW LISTINGS Country home on 3.47 I REALTOR Is a registered collectIve member'

'2 BR 1 Ba LR Kit on each side duple brick landscaped 10 1/3 ac. with 346' on St. acres off SR 22A. 3 IR. 2 I ship mark which may be used only by real estate pro- : can tie built 2.75 acres 3260,000.

yard Rd. 235. BA with fireplace and dou I fe..lonalsIIho are members of the ,\TIOSLbl. Owner will finance. There /s nothing com

.3 BR I Ba Greenhouse Zoned Commercial garage large cleared I ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS' and subscribe to parable' this area. Excellent/ fnvesfmenfopportunity'

.7 Apartmont-i Downstairs' 3 BR 2 Ba Upstairs Living 3 'lots across from Waldo garden spot. I Its strict Code of Ethics. .
Quarters Ron! will, help pay "mortgage' Flee Market. I I \

Please call us 'to .list. your property For Info. coil 473.325 _______________ PREFERRED HOMES

John f. Clover Income property with near ... ... J .Brick country homa-2 ACRES-Hampton Oaks.$16.500.
Reg Real Estate BrokerLu 100% cash !flow law down ..........,.., rii .4 BR Brick & Cyprets.10 A.Rd.12SUnusual. $73.000.

Green Sanders Associate payment assume 7% mor RT. LOVORN I FAULKNER m *3 BR 3 B Edwards Rd. Has everythlng.-S69..

tgage. I *3 BR 2.1.ACRES Brownlee Rd. Cattle country. $44.500.

_ __ __. ..ga REAL TV &45D&5"IALTOR v 3 BR 2 B Ranch CHIA 12 A far garden Rd. 22S-S63.SOO.. I

3 BR house owner financed. _.- CHew, colonial srb.. brick Ig.famlly room 1 A.$52.00O.

'" In good condition. OntuN heme situated C 1301 Pratt 3 BR 2 S CHIA FR dbl. gar. $44.000.
/ r / / .I. a corner lot. :3: *7U Laura St. Completely remo.-different. $37,100.

//:1 / ( ..J /7. 4 bedroom older home. 721 bedrooms, 2 baths, central 221 Lafayette Across from WishboneS C Eastwood Drive:: BR 2 B-Coty t convenient. 32900.
( .t L? vf1'Realtor' 1.000.00 dawn 350.00 m .heat a air, fully equipped" *Neat 2 BR 1 B off Rd. 125 with 6 ACRES. S32.OOO.

4 / mo. pay with closing In 4 kitchen ....'. ....1._. *lake St. Ocala Blk-lhrubs. trees-Own.fln. $27,500.

Office! 782-3931 Home: 7M-3B94 months to qualified buyer. ROBERTS REAL *Home off Rd. 12S, 2 ACRES-barn-fenced. $24.900.
luff Shine FEATURES OF THE WEEK *431 Center St. 3 BR 1 BBrick.fenc.d.carport. 16500.'
Sisieciaiits-H '3 BR J BA Cent. H/A Evenlngsl Please call ESTATE 3 bedroom 1 "both walk to .Where can you find a 3 BR house with 3 beautiful COMING 2 HANDSOME NEW HOMES OVERLOOKING

.flnanclnB l Blk. Separate Guest Vernle P. Odom Broker 988 N.Temple A everything seeds your acres of land for 24500. CALl US I IGRI. LABS BEDFORD IN LAKEVIEW SUBDIVISION SC.ooo-SEI
All FHA & VA Pro. _
Houte 2.60 Ac. Only
Phone 944-S476. Starke, 964-7828 tender loving cerelU.SOO. US FOR DETAILS.
9ram.- $57.900 Three bedroom. house en I acre of land.MAKI OFFER. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Conventional' I Pearl Andrews 94-7739 See Classified Ads .
Great location' w750 W. Madison former Mobil sto-$25.000.
Loans .fmHA- I 'Old Homestead Hwy For Listings 3 bedrooms. I'/ baths,, 419 $. Walnut. New, large war.hau'2.5DO.
land Program-Own.r 2% of land with 3 CB house
22SW. I A. Beautiful acres BR. REDUCED to
home,fenced Great
concrete block property across from Holiday Inn-Own.Fin..
linon shad I. S65.00D. .. .$24,500. 404 N. I
Creative ,.rd. Cherry 2 large nicely furn. opte.' Own. fin. !

Flnandng.'I One of a kind 3 IR. 2B. Con. '110. house nestled storo a Apts. on 301-good pat.ntlal-own.r fin.
_ 1 Ac.I+well or'S6.000.Hwy. 301I l alph Bryan Real Estat Pool' Time-- under several large .pecan trees, with many ex S-7OOO sq. ft. CB bldg. on Rd. 161 Owner fin.

NEW LISTING Septic 3 bedroom 2 bath brick Ire.. :3'/t: or 7:Vi .cr... >Homecommer.) a cottage on Madison St. Owner fin. J
I Hwy. 16 W. 3 BR 310 I W. Call/ $,. beauty: bee |lust ebout. 0-SSOO mo. Income four furn. r.ntall-C..II t Bay 55,000. t

F tarn. 2 AC.'S fenc.d Ac with Stock.d Only 112.500.Pond (Cor. US 30 & Call// $..) m everything "Including, In- This you should seel Two story frame home on Large apt. complox on 301good cosh flow.own.fln.
530000 I ground swimming pool, nice lot with 2 baths and several.'.reams. e-3 faldgs. Call St., Apt. upstairs-owner fin. Make offer.
9L..-8788. ANYTIME brick Sar-B-Que.' privacy 3500000. DIAMONDS
'10 A. 51..000 10% IN YOUR OWN BACK Y YARD
'3 IIR fam.--"Ac.-I fence, fireplace,; double I

Ilk from EI. School Dn.-15 Yr.-Only 5163.00 HAS MORTGAGE MONEY|11 let . .. .. .S73.SOO. COMMERCIAL ACREAGE
526.000 P.,. Mo. We have several good commercial locations with ,I7 prime acres on ltd. II overlooking Lake Hampton -
Brush I Bucket .or without buildings. with 1000' road frontage Have te see to
oil have .been about building
'4 8R In Counlry '20 ...c.-.c. you thinking buying or 2 bedrooms. I'% baths, appraclate.' . . . . . .$3.300.n ..... !
Pntu-f.nc.d 12.000 WATERFRONT ** *,
Hwy. 125W. Only $27.000. P.r A. olf you hove been thinking about selling the aId one end needs some fixing Now la I a good time to buy that lake lot that you *56 prim. _'ft mil.' railroad ..
acres 44V
$17SOO. o fid.
DO IT NOW 11If I l4 p. .... ;. : an
building a new on. have been wanting. Restricted homesites. Brokerowner. .
100-$3071 an acre-20% dawn-owner will finance.
301 North Trail Mat.1 Lawl.y you have been thinking housing casts are coming GOOD TERMS. 555* .
Ann W.RI.lke. AssocIate 1..lWk.nd.'U.223OntuJY. down KEEP DREAMING! Waterfront
the lake. 400 2.6 acres Hampton Owner finance $9,900.
300 feet
0" you are looking for e STEAL GOOD LUCK I Itrf ACREAGf
you are leaking for good VALUE. HONEST DEALING feetr. en a cenet apprOKlmately We have tract. from one acre up to 420 .ecres" 20 prim.acres 301 Nrailroad.4500 an acre..own.fin. e !
13 acres 301 I Morgan Rd. Owner finance S39.000.
2.7' ecres.apartment
SHOvte-ASEPROPUTIES. INC.REALTOR" |lust (".lIev.lt.r not) INFORMATION CAll US I 11We I some with excellent terms. .
: slteT.SHO.OOO. *6.14 acres Grlffls Laap-tlmb.r-.wn. fin. $10.900. -
have sellers reedy to sell builders ready ta build :
21 ...
acres near Presbyt. Church ha.pllaf-mak.
and a staff ready to please you I 11 I "
((904)) 473-403 Commercial' have several good homesites.. Three In town LOTS FOR INVESTMENT j
We have homes quelifled for the new County Bond Pre- "
P.O. Bon I33S S.It'. 2T North Keystone Heights' gram V.A. Regular FHA tow Interest FHA 235_ 200 feet + M$R 100. cHy with good terms. Lot 4 Butler Court-ewner needs money nowll S39VO.

and even some with owner financing water a sewer, streets .1 acre, well tank .'.c., pump home bldg.S,904..

NEEDS A FAMILY TO LOVE elf you can afford rent ...,. adds ere you can afford to paved en 1 side. owner 1 ,' .- ., RENTALS let near Country Club en Rd. 230-200'> 126' ".500. 0
Home only on.year old. Flagstone fireplace, 3 bedrooms BUY)I will finance. .. .S23.SOO. Two bedroom frame house In town. .7 Trailer 'lots Brownlee Rd. 20% dn. per "..4000.

2 baths, large living room end spacious double co, _ _ _ _ _ _ / 4-furnlahed apartments. *l50'.lSOr commercial en 301_t Owner If... $33.000.
garage. Crystal take Homesltes. A feel buy et $4*.500. Steer Keystone-.. Beautiful Hampton lake tot IV* acres SI3.0OO. ,
CAll US AT 944-I7IS -ANYTIME- block PropertyMoneg.mentiervlce.Aveifabl.. 'Country Club lot 110 _
j '. a bedroom. concrete I 313' nice location-$10.000.
UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY DAY.OR NIGHT 11 I home, centre! beet 5 Sir, 'Hampton Oaks. lot *2S.trees, owner financed. -$7,100. .
Brick home on *.B. TOO.'trodlord Co. 1.B2: .cr... 2 If en will cemhfer financing .. .'Busy Cell & Water St. lot 235' K ..' Owner fin. $19tOO t

S.R. 100 Priced right at $46.OOO. r t Ralph P.Bryan-Realtor ...... ... $I'.500. I 'Bessent' Rd.-Best neighborhood-Owner fln.-sOOO. I
Paul !H, Feulkner-RIAlTOR .>2 Country Club lots I Acre each-Owner fI.... eOSO. .

oOLAK. SROOKLYP45' ttl ",: ?, Spl B een'-< ..Irene. Faulkner REALTOR-ASSOCIATE I Calf' St.comm.rclallot I001 IW Owner fin. $'tOO..
Quality built Codaname" withbeamed. cathedral cenlng, Wayne..Douglas \IIII..C."___ Newly jemadeled"' 3 ; UvenIngto4'I42, 'Santa Fe Lake- owner (In.-lot 75' an water-$16,500. r

wrap around deck flreplace..sleeplng l loft.joworjevel) Is, I Broker/Salesman No,,. t. Word .r.ker/I.I.., bedroom ken,,... most tot 'Susen M. FeulknerRIALTORlvenlngs964av6S Realtor Associates.

covered patio for entertainment at $65,000.. BrokerSaleamenJude & OffIce' Menu. .., see.. ... ;'. AV.,.$21.500.. After Hours
'1 Philip W.Clerk lyren Tarwlllagar Martha Dorke,711-337
0010 ACRESaAoroio Sylvia ReddishVereon Vickie Norman
Moody Vicki Powell .oddl.h...... WI DO APPRAISALS IcIly Kllllan.44t-223S
leaking for elbow room at the right price* $1,900 per 'U.7776wurnr
..... 25% dow. 10{, for 10 years. Aisaclete Associates-


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NOTICE OF TAX SALE 1037 24 6S 21 t 0195-00400 OII2-O2

9 OF BLK ,19 CROSBY LAKE: JAWQRE/,. ., ., ,. r

| Notice hereby given that on the 29th day of Hay,!1980, beginningt OR $ ,2.03 .a.46 ".*.** 7,40 C96.lt

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12' -i 069 21 ?;;- ; OII2-O3 -j;;; ;; ;; 22 1S78-OOIOO ro2;=:*-;;
at Sta..
't t noon ..County of Bradford,fate. of Florida J tax sale GUNTER EUNICE S "r AT ''a'IIOK 239-A' HOUSTON MILLIE NELL ft GWENDOLVNNIJ !


tificates will be sold on the following described land'to the IO.38 .92 -a _.9!> liS.99 I7.40 2O.2S_ .6. .1.04 3.99 __ 6'7.e
pay ------------------------------r----------------------------- -rr------w--r
0I 1090 26 95 22 IS7B-O02OO 83 0.124-01
1039 24 6S 21 O799-OO7OO 12-04,
Brat due for the taxes herein set the GUNTER T Aseo ,. ''P'O BOX 267' BARKER jessie Lee BOX loa
opposite same, ;,together. LOT 7 ft 8 OF BLK IS CROSBV LAKE SNORES BEG IOO N or SE COlt LOT 32 TOWN OF LAWTEV W OF RR_ CONY NLV.
209* WLV 409* SLY 2000. ELV 4OO POB.
ilia i all costs of such sale and all advertising. OR la2-.21 39.5. ....9 '2.O4 (7.40 (SO.17o4O26 39.18 tl.ia ( .:2TO 87.40 ....P.

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J .. .. for the close 'uwelMI'ftndW'Bryatk'Vtrcher1" ((11 ft 12) lit.Stephanie ft 12)' lit'- Brenda1 d4f1A'211.I Team' t: Robbie PdBettRlw.eH.andRoy.Poers .
la preparing& Johnny 11t! .
Librarian Kevin 3 :r
.y Delore Mengpho of the acbooll1biar1 on May is. All 3rd Scott B..nIIiIlt\\ntI111.\\' : CIII redWoods d Chris Sherwin, 3rd drew Timmons,3rd-Jdckte'i.ll' ;1 iLsddirly: QtAAtcI1! eShafldln' 1' I
,. >.....15 Hall & 4th-Mike ) JOWataon "pPpslld.; ; Y.tbf" ; ,
books should be returned before that :'(r*'B 7ear>WllcIJI laV'innBrlJBranham ;: : D'AugusUne 4th Julie ; (13 : Sr, 1
Billy Bauldree 2nd 2nd = Niikl Willlatrts3M: i : hfTeam3Almea'
'' in-"Qoirttod PordL Jrd "' 14)) lit 0 '
.Hampton' Senior Senior CttkensTb Citizens Club date. Karla Ruah, ,4th-'Allison) ArtehWi (9 V''1 Elisabeth Payne 3rd Donna Domesminey Howard Underwood, r. 4th,n -,Marif bW,... .!hl to ,'Ho Hun3B e!I 4,u-tV:lf to(::SlfMrTewn)4wgir!I and a:W Ke .. 'l ,r

wW hold their meeting Friday May Middle School! School Trip Scott 10 Woods/SrVj'olds) lit.-Shelly Eva ''Hio rjartcr.-t"('1rHt1l11 II! Softball, 4th-Throw Marielnnoeent.: (7 ft 8) 1st Tom "shotPutt: (7ft. 8)1I1fJ'1O'in W' a ; dra. d'' ar Cidd, Adge1Q I =::',: I

18. at 2 p.m. at UM City Hall All are 2nd Billy Jordan, 3rd 2nd Patella B.I1odeal. '':: "I' Thodtaa' S9etfield': 2nd t tr
The seventh grade went with their Sid Russell;' (U,to M year olds) Isf'a Cunningham, 1falpttLa'andTrrceya a1
welcome! teacher Mrs. Carole Stevenson on Julie Hall,2nd i Bret Ruuelli> .krd >'Uer ) Cindy Griffls 4th -. Travis Kidd (9 ft Rabme, 4th Kim She "I"f'Jcliiil'' ) 'II!r 1 Ye 11), .,, 4= ;

Thursday to the Bradford Middle Brenda CurtW and Dean)Padgett..' Bookmobile School for orientation. The tour Rtthi (7 */ SXlUt"'Cindy"Grlffls \ Bradley Snow 3rd Harold Mitchell,, wood, 3rd Mark ) 1 JI. J
The Bradford County Bookmobile guides showed students the different 2nd John Rahrnej Brit J Amy 4th Rob Powers; (11 ft 13) lit- Smith; ((11 to 14)'1st Billy ,paddhee, I mii/erome m', Mitt e4'5. (

serve this area every Tuesday from classes and Introduced their teachers. Custer; 4th Rhonell Est.s;''td& 10)' "> Donald Jordan 2nd' Roger Green,, 2nd Andrew Timmons,3rd' .=,TiphoLeith 'dU,.I 1 BlaJ cth 3 Tea \ I
12:30: until 2:30: p.m.Ccngrahdatloss. .'Ricbamd Kldd 4th Andrew 4th. Dean Padgett;, {flStiUlg, I
shown 2nd '
They enjoyed the hospitality lit Russell; ;; Timmons '",1 kettt 'Jt :
them by everyone. 3rd Eva Hina 4th"Dared Uhderhillf''r andWadsworth Perry Keaton: (13 ft 600 Yard Relay (Sft' t) 1st'Team "i !"''tH r :,; ,
14) 1st Billy Bauldree.2nd howardUnderhW 3: David Roberts 'Jessie.Fisher\ :,
(11 to 14) 1st Jerome Mitchell; 2nd- I'll ;
Beat Wishes to Patricia Ann Jacksonville Museum Dean Padgett 3rd Frank Sheffield 3rd Marie innocent: 4th Melissa Byrd and Fred People 1 *! 2nd-'' ,... IM1tenM1ldrlf:23( : .:t,"::'
WUllamaon and Andrew Sherwin who .. Ann Carol Jlobert0', ) konelaIh.achf73 ,
Mrs. Ernestine Denm.rk' 4th-Andy Smith. Elizabeth Ityan.Basketball Team 4: : [ M yOarAn'Ida| | ,
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were married Friday night Maya,at Friday. Amy Home'and; buUndl darn PPtouc ,coofclv, mtik. .
class and Mrs. Jumpe(5'"6) 1st .' Shoot: ((5 ft 6) 1st Scott Christopher Heyroth \ 'V"n
6th grade ,
the home of her parents, Mr.and Mrs. Stevenson's 7th graders traveled by Randy Miller.2nd Chlco Woods 3rd- Branham 2nd > Darlene Rush, 3rd Eddie Hawkins; 3rd Team 1: KarenW.ldron !EHDAY.(mn BUM,d MB,rraixAi" Him" brMd wIOIII.,(t mat, MMO"Mtod. milk. .I*

Delmar Williamson. bus to Jacksonville where they visited Shannon Hughes, 4th Eddie Chad Smith 4th David Roberts; (7& Darlene Rush Bryan.Ar WHUMBIDAVt. Chkkm. MUd <. .Mtue ,1

the Museum of Arts and Sciences: Hawkins;. (7 i, B>,Js.(..graoeAuQee( ':." 8) lat,.. quinton Ford 2nd Jason cher and Shannon Hughes;,.41h vTeam. mui.! \,p0Opm.ut.up.Ics\ 4rmm bar,..1'IIIlo',1VR8D"YI

Happy Birthdays 18th They saw films and learned about Hodges tied with Rooble Padgett; 2nd -' Gilbert 3rd Michael Campen 4Ui 2: Chris Hagemes. Scotty; 'Cimaon, Hamburger" gravyriot. 1sn R;r''
Allison Archey celebrated her the circulatory system of the human grade Stephanie Hughes; (9 HOMtt';, Cindy Griffith; (9 ft 10) 1st Andy Scott Huntley and Janet, BunMrV: & poet fcMlf,.tr.wlt> iy hocti ll.,mim. > <.], !e'
birthday Saturday May 10, with a learned lake their Kim Smith 2nd Shawn Sheppard,. Redding 2nd Todd Parker. 3rd 8) let Team 2:. Christina Bunner. FRIDY', frtta .......... mulwl potMMlju;,*.
cookout for family and friends at use They listened tobtheir heart beat 3rd Barbara Davis 4th.Brian Klddr:. Rolland Shaffer 4th Roy Payne; (11 Don Roberta and Donna Peeples! ;;2nd mmyr4oms ,hWtcupcornbr.sdn; ., .' ,' ..
Goldhead Branch State Park. They ,,,,,,, '."" .
all enjoyed the not dogs decorated with the stethoscope. ,
They enjoyed the session on Ancient I lI'n n' III I awaisMsvasMaMSMSjaMSMai I I I I o; {itrte. 1I -
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cake and other goodies as as Community Newsby [ 1 III :'
swimming and relaxing at the park. Egypt and and saw a copy of) an Egyptian ') will be served on the grounds. Saturday Prayer, a business'meetW\ di ;wtPI be I e..lChoir: No..I rehearses Wend./t,1: :: .
Harold Mitchell celebrated his 10th tomb a mummy. '. .1II.11"m.. third at 7 Sun-. ,,
had lunches under EUubeth .. night at 7:30 there will be another held. Sunday School 9:30 before the Sunday p.m "
birthday on May 10 with a decorated cover They as it was packed a rainy day. Some of O.. WalherphoneB64 n3. ''A; ". ..... 'l;:'. service. Please plan to attend the ser- the Missionaries wall| boil charge; day School 9:30.: Morning Worship,III: .
cake and other refreshments the toured the shop and bought vices. Elder James Mitchell pastor. 5:30 p.m. YPWW. a.m. This Is the last service before the
relatives and friends. group Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap- Greater Allen Chapel AME Church annual conference on May 27-3.at.\|
souvenirs. annual NAACP Ban-
John Rahme celebrated his 9th birthday Banquet will be: The held Saturday May 24, In tist Church: Sunday was a wonderful Family and Friends Day will, be; Florida Southern CoUege.iD"lLakeland. ,

on May 9. New StudentsOn quet day for the mothers in our church observed Sunday. May 18, beginningwith ... ,j 'J-.D.J-::
RJE cafeteria at 7:30. Donation$10.
Jeannte Rowland had a happy llth Monday Dana Meeks entered All citizens and members are invited. especially one. An after church Sunday School at 10 a.m. At 11 The Fellowship of Churches wW-'G,1

birthday on May 10. the 7th grade. Her brothers Marty The will be Judge Stephen covered dish supper was given for a.m. Rev. Calvin and congregation of held at Mt. Mortal Sunday, May 2J,at 311
Billy Bauldree turned 13 on May 11. and Homer are In the 6th and 5th Mickle speaker of Gainesville. Sister Rebecca Allen by the Home Mt. Pisgah AME Church will conduct 3 p.m. All members are asked.to; to)
His family surprised\ him with a grades. They previously lived In Mission Circles. Sister Allen who has services. All captains are asked to cooperate with all activltiea..1'.1

decorated cake and get together. Floyd County Kentucky. CHURCH ACTIVITIES never had any children was collect from members. All membersare New Bethel Baptist Church: Prayer, i,.

Ml. AME Church,! The presented with a cake and gifts from asked to cooperate with all ac- Meeting each Wednesday at 7 pm-.t
Disney World Pisgah all her children at the church.She has tivities. Choirs will be on Parade at 3 Sunday ,School at 10 a.m.-AH-: ',
Olympic Pastor and members of Mt.Plagah invite
Mr. and their Mrs. David Brown Mrs.accompanied Diane- Conducted by Kathy Ledbetler the public to share with us in truly been a mother to all of us. p,m. The public is invited to hear theEbereneSroBaptist members are asked to attend the Mtir.o
Each Monday Tiny Tots rehearse. Siani Women Convention at Ebeiener-i:1?.;
The 1960 Hampton Elementary 76th
celebrating our on
Davis and children,Cindy and Bry.n.to Olympics which began on May 5 will Sunday Monday, Wednesday and 7:30: Senior Choir rehearses. Tuesday Church: Mt.Slant Baptist May 15-18. The public Is in.iL
World They
Disney on Saturday. all Women Convention will begin Thursday vited.. :j)3--j) : ?
Winners to 8:30 Prayer Meeting. Wednesday B
IS. :
wonderful day there. conclude today May Friday nights May 25, 26, 28, and 30
enjoyed a
date are listed as follows: Running at the church 301 south of 100 Starke. circles meet at 7:30.: McKay's Circle (today) with a local program. First Born Church of the Living:
Broad Jump: (S & 6 year olds) 1st All services will begin at 7:30 with the meets with Sister Leola McCutchen.: Song service will be by the Union God: Each Friday at 6:30: Bible:{:.

Mr. and Mrs.Visitors Manuel Perez of Regina Padgett; 2nd Lonnie Custer. exception of Sunday. Service will BIye's Circle meets with Sister Elaine Choir. The speaker will be Rev. Col- Study 7:30: Tarrying Service. Sunday..:f'YSchool

Orlando visited Mr.and Mrs. Bernar 3nf. Bryan Archer. 4th Henry begin with 11 a.m. Worship. You are Lee. Thursday 7:30 p.m. Story Hourat eman. The speaker for Friday night at 10 a.m. Morning Worshipal: ia -
Donald the church. Friday at 6:30 will be Mrs. Sarah Rice second vice- ,m. Evening Worship 6 p.m. it.x.il
do Baez and the weekend.Mr. Rhoden; ((7& 8 year olds) 1st. Invited to attend.Deliverance : : p.m.
family over of Fla. Mrs. Rice Is from Free Canaan Tree Church of God In,;!
Francis and Smith 2nd Tommy Cunningham,3rd Miracle Revival Junior Ushers rehearse. Friday at 8 president n
and Mrs.
family enjoyed Mother's Day Meng with all Jimmy Long 4th Timmy Slater; (9 Center: Services will begin with Sun- p.m. the Junior Choir will go to Pleasant Jacksonville. Saturday at 3 p.m. the Unity: Prayer meeting each Mondayvat
members Gerald who a. 10 year olds) 1st-Stacey Paladin, day School 10 a.m. Morning Worship Grove United Methodist to sing. Young People will present a program.All 7:30.: Prayer Band each Tuesday; :'3-
called family from Sacramento except at the home, 2nd John Underwood, 3rd Mark immediately following Evening Ser- Saturday dinners will be sold from the churches In the District are askedto 7:30.: Choir rehearses Wednesday ,atil: ...
church kitchen. Sunday 9:30 a.m. nave youth present. Sunday Schoolat 7:30.: Sunday School 10 a.m. Morning': .1:
of their daughter and son-in-law Mr. Rhoden,4th Eva HInz; (11& 12 year vice 7:30 p.m. Bible Study Tuesday
and Mrs. Russell Gilbert and Karen. olds) 1st Bret Russell 2nd 730. Evangelist Service 7:30 Tues- Sunday School. 11 a.m. Morning Wor- 9:30.: Morning Worship at 11 a.m. Worship 11 a.m. Evening Worship 6".p.

Russell's relatives and some friends Stephanie Redding, 3rd Alan day. Starting May 16 we will host our ship. 12:30: dinner will be served. Rev. Otis Borker will be the speaker.He p.m. nt- .ICIY.". :
also there.Hampton Rogers 4th Randall Glisson; (13 & annual Holy Ghost with services Evening Worship a p.m. Is pastor of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Pleasant Grove United Methodists, ,
were 14 olds) 1st Michelle Rahme beginning Friday at 7:30. Saturday Church of God In Christ: Tuesday Church In Williston.AT 3 p m.Rev.A. Churcb: Sunday School 10 a.m. Eveor slug .

Elementary School 211! rear Donna Dormlney, 3rd morning we will march through the 6-7 p,m. Prayer Meeting. Immediately Jenkins of Starke will speak. The Worship 3 p.m. All members: are vsu
Bible Band. public Is invited. invited to attend the last service III:..
Library Elizabeth Payne,4th Brenda Bawek. city of Starke beginning at 11 a.m. at after Prayer Meeting
after Mt. MorUh United Methodist this conference 41u! (
Food Fair Shopping Center. Dinner Friday 7-8 Prayer. Immediately year. _'of !,.

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lit-j98 Starke Elementary School News I I I I Iii I III 111111irl I II I rl ..J'I.1:\I :19 I

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IMPORTANT DATES: Kindergarten so there are still approximately Mrs. Tetstone's class will be walkIng School Lunch Menu ,:.:
children to be to Dairy Queen tomorrow 23 .,
May 21 3rd 4th and 5th graderswill 79 May 19- ;,-
O''ni!>i> O.N N It t 2 ttOll az walk to the Florida Theatre to see registered before school\ opens In the (Friday) afternoon for Ice cream MONDAY May 111 Mauranl a clmM. gnaw ,.r>'
41 F.* AT A PT qN w LINE Of SKI/ OP NFIX HICM P| IS 9O..' Charlie Brown", fall..If you wait until school: opens to cones. Ms. Donna Samons ,will be bMM. W.r.n...hot...... Fa7MHa' ,
"Run for Your Life : :'y'.i:: ;
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SetV 2"J TO POI .
)0'1 e timer
nr M COM N 2' the class. A big thanks
164.24 .93 J.3I. *'..0 .. *.r...9I&ST Your child will need to bring $1.25 by register there will be long lines long walking TUaSDAY. Mar Mi (MM w/mtonMt.. .kvrVtorod
----------------------------------------------- -- -- May 16. This price Includes popcorn t ,waits and if your papers are not complete goes to Ms. Samons for faithfully rlco* botovna .._..*. cao** o Ml tf..tl?' '
and a coke: Studentiwill not be allow- a possibility that your child will donating many hours of her tim tc wtm191an1Ml),000(110( -,... /. ("M8.17131.44.)NswsWilSSrtJkY.
school that this MI .Mal ll. 5....54 M ,
on Mrs. TetsUme room
be allowed to begin s year
ed to buy erftnr-faa&bf.! ....... ?kunor MrWUk<*
lloM OOM. pMuueo OMIII
.., ''w May -rTOJEWjpRIAL DAY No most Important tint day. IT IS NOT Samons .. ft'rajt' >tfhg In ElemdntPEducation. ) "' _If.HIM*.- ,t. '. ...
..- school for students of teachers. TOO LATE TO REGISTER. You may The following students are THUKtDAV.,Moy Ml T.*..UU4 P......,..'!1.?...
Last for students.: come by the school office between 8 learning the cursive alphabet: Chris .unorM. corn ...44.1.cMMmon.... milk,"f (,, ,
May 30 .
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pmDY, Moy in fiat Onio 5145 .
will have a.m. and 4 .m.to register.PLEASE Dinklns Freddy Cain Alisha Manning .. '
May 30 Fifth grade p luccoloMi. (MMrr. 'H, How ooooMi$,"' ,'
hamburger cookout. Fifth grade tiring with you your child's: ((1) Birth Johnny Siegmund, John Burch ..rf
------ ------ Immunization and DeSue.
Certificate ((2))
parents have met planned the menu, ;
and totaled the cost.Each child will Record; and ((3) Physical Examination

be served a grilled hamburger potato Form. You will help to make yourchlld's
Conservation Commentsby I
chips dill pickles cookies and a first day in school go much
--------------------. need smoother if these things have been
------------------------------- ----- drink. Each fifth grader will to .
I .IO I'S 95 42 AOIB-O3I02 .83 07O2 bring fifty cents to pay for their lunch taken care of early. Bern Smith and water resources. Important as,
I ALL A4THUO t.Kf RT I .,1X II* CLASS NEWS Soil Conservationist these are they are not the most Important ,
NI/ !s tjj' .w ""? 7.1>'fl rn ppnINT no later than May 23.
ecu of !i ior
:'j* AT NF : The most Important
-.( W. 14.! .. S II2 t* Itnoo IIZ 10 POH The morning of May 30th we will be The perfect third grade spellers for Soil Surveys. There are many different resource.
** .*" slu 1.2b .f.eo i/a seeing a Walt Disney favorite."Gus". this week In Betty Crawford's kinds of soils in Bradford Coun- resource this country has are our
---------------------------------------- people. They are going to be ,
------- June 2- Last day for teachers.A Language classes: are: Audra ty. These soils have different potentials young
big THANK YOU to those parentswho Brantley Karen Hodges, Steven and limitations for various uses. the future landowners and operators

have come in and registeredtheir Sweat, Janie Johns Barbara Smith Some of our soils are highly corrosive the future parents and tomorrow's,
children for next year's Anita Jackson Scott Binder Laura to steel or concrete. Some have a leaders. These young people should

-.- ------------------------ We have 41 children on Stills Julianne Jackson, Anthony naturally high water table or may be trained through Environmental
------ Kindergarten.
rf.OO Of4 S-0. Tyson. Valdez DeSue Allen Porter have a perched water table. Others Education to respect and understand ,
'113 2h ti 0041 our rolls now.We have approximately
lAMtnN EVAIIMA esr: II 11" N> H.> IA I3cnx and Renee Hewett. be subject to flooding. Some soils be Informed of
children each in may
141* rn POH s ? i 120 year conservation
nr NFixt u" Nr 1/1 't
AT ME cow r\r\ si/2 have a tendency to swell and shrink the practices: used to
.' c 2' )* TO Pun
1) ill' andhighways our resources. It is also the
and cause foundations protect
may .
.... >JJ .. 10 .. ..1 .M. l*> f.bj: Community Services .For Disabled Elderly NeededThe to crack.A responsibility of the older generation

85 22 6041-00000 O8011Zaii8L88Ro most serious problem facing placements In nursing homes becauseof soil survey is an acre-by-acre Inventory :. to use these conservation practices to.

l'I Ik L It A26 & IH NEi5Z 2 BOX 4" many older people la a nationwidelack the shortage of communitybasedservices of the soils of an area. It can protect the natural resources so that.
S63.51 S1.91 i/4 or J3.27 $5 95 S74.64 of adequate services and care to be in the hundreds of be an Important tool for farmers the resource: base we leave our young
_-----.------_-. with thousands. public officials engineers builders Is not harmed
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1414 t* H> 1* 6041-00100 rf.1l O '4-)-U* chronic disabilities. dollar savings would and anyone Involved in land use plan- For more Information on the Speak.
IlLtA'S' LUn9A/NP' ..T 4 OOK 4' Scant rational of ning. For farmers and ranchers ing contest or Soil Stewardship week
Older whose disabilities In- more pattern years
243.14 t 341.17'' ( S people
"T ru-l 'f ei/ Of .WI' N 'contact the Bradford
s : (May 11-18))
Ad- soil interpretations .
have been
for older the using
....$...<.. I 4 541 .17* TO "'004 terfere with ordinary activities of dally caring people survey
.,l/.51 .. (.'> Mil tof. .<> VI O living often face two undesirable ministration on Aging reports. to determine which land Is SWCD phone 964-6280.
-------.------------------------.---------------- ---- --- choices: continuing to live at home Compared with hospital care com- best suited for cropland, which is best

/ with little or no assistance, or going to munity care can save about 40 percent planted to trees or left in native Pine Level Youth
a nursing! home. in costs the Administration on rangeland. In expending urban areas

Older Americans Month this May Aging estimates. Compared with nursing the information provided by a soil Sponsor ,Car Smash

coincides with an Important new home care community care can survey can help planners select the

------..----------------------------------------------- Federal government effort to develop save 25 to 50 percent. best site for) constructing homes This Saturday May 17, from 8 a.m.
l lf. .
JOHNSON A' St f II.(,,,1""N IIF :iltl/4 OF "" 1'4*O MINI'tOil N Itile4"1' 'w 40' J *0' choices for disabled older people. rely on their own families for the ma Also the areas which have the Church Youth Dept. will sponsor a car
rtion of the they need. At least potential for releasing smash the lot In front of
9 60' TO >"')>! The goal is the( creation of community lease help on parking
11. i ..!?! *,.., $41-72- 60 percent of all care of functionally pollutants Into the ground water can TG4Y. '
1.17---------------- ----------------------------0747-n* provide care nservices in the borne disabled older people is provided be located for sanitary landfills" or. The car ,will have special

iKstFw J F>'"4 .'.,.:.,14. >i IS I lib 10 sc. .."i srCO' and in other community settings for by their families often by other waste treatment systems.It : designated areas such as Russia,.
$l Nfr CIM HI ...W 1'4 HUN I''>T*. '. X40 "10' 1I* disabled persons who are eligible for elderly spouses and their adult is important to remember that.soils Iran the Ayatollah I.R.S.,Channel 4,
3 > VIM ..9...1' r>np Pill. b 24* I';>. TI"., i.417 l. S"LT 'I'll *P i it > Madicare and/or Medlcall Until children with some help from social have different potentials and Gas Prices, and more.
O' N40 f T1 'J "/" tlf O R'>. *>0' TO W' !
> differently' -to. various
respond be smash. Cokes
'1. 1 54 .JI .,3.1.* H.O'i. 8.1.1,8* now, Medicare and MedIcaid have agencies. The cost will lot a
------.----------..------------------.-------------------. demonstrated what1 some :persons However about 31 percent of all management practices. Soil surveys and snow cones will be on sale for
.1. II 9'I 16110 T7'.7-/ have called "institutional bias" persons OS and over live alone. Community can make .us aware of those limitations your enjoyment. .

LAS Cn-4 trvfl lIF,,,N< Wu IH..F.IU l. c MlHUM' 4 1917 01 rf.Pu17 S >*1"l)1."-( M 1SO' 1 f1l"i ;> favoring hospitals 'and nursing services are the only major so that appropriate measures/ The: public i Is invited to Join the

4 MH F 907' 4 <>4 ,3FO 17 TP LAIrF ""I. IN LAMP N'1' N homes. Less than 2 percent of resource: for many persons who live can be taken to overcome these Young People In this time of fun.
014 >?(i C '" SU'. Hf>. N IV Ttl* l'< UUU Medicare and Medicaid payments are alone. limitations.
*/./<. ../ *.. > *H.|>1 .I7.0 The Department of Health, Educa- A soil survey Is one of the service'provided
---"-- made care .._ .
: Eucharist ,
'- ----------- Hofy CelebratedAt
,, now 'tlon and Welfare's new effort to by the Soil Conservation'
14/1. !' "_ /* bj')1471940'l O q-O. It is widely agreed! that prolonged
*M>n 111 i.(,r, JI.HN' r* t 90'514IC nl Mlv'it U44 PI. .. k Institutional living is damaging develop long-term community: ser- Service. One may be requested far '''StvMark's. Church
,I. II J4 OLNcV, t >Ktt I'SKfti: vices for the disabled focuses on new your property by contacting the Brad..\
and dependency'P ii,
__ ___*,- ., .1.9 ..311,1,0'. > 'O.I t r- of organizing delivering, and ford Soil and Water ,.Conservation- St. Marks Episcopal church held a
------ ------ -----------------' people t who don'tthrive needy: 1 Ei' ways *
144 01 6'. ft 17.1719-C-01130 0/7v- best and.haw bet..r. J', financing services In about U com- District at SM-6280, ext.289.. 'f-/l:) cetobratkm: Of Holy Eucharist and
jAtmri. winder I j'>?i MAZY st maintain rLi:II. munities. The Administration on Ag reception: Wednesday,. May 7, In the
'Lllli! I' b 14 OF HLK 3 SANtA, f SHUiO! Improving er-attease -1 ?'
f. Parish House in honor, of The
Ao..t: .I.h t. ..7S.S9 >4.lf their physical --imd- 'i"nul" b I e.l bag and the Health Care Financing: Our Most Important Re* arce.Cot j jgratulations
...._.. .. Reverend of
Francis Daley
------ ------------------ ---- --------------- when living Ia-tbe..m normal eatr Administration which administer to the' contestants) Penney

vironment their condition permlts-i' Medicare and Medicaid, will select participating In the 1980 Bradford Soil j Fann 1oa the occasion: of Father

Mans lolder 'Syleave)4r the. organizations to serve as models and Water Conservation- District!, Daley,?*,. -alUlivenal'J', of graduation .

homes and got to-: Inatl JCfJa .* for these demonstr.tlonsi (SWCD)Speaking Contest which; tomntStvl '""----"""" """"-""""" & demonstration the Theology of the University the
,74/9 01 ... ?;; .li;-*.;.;JOI> .;;;;- ; for bateaily "flan: reasons; | In each project tailor held on April M in theiratttoi l l Eil Southi$ Tenntl, .
will be the to waneav
T1'/.711. M-fiTir e. 5A".1 they can't get*drq\M "carechores goal same: serv.tces Auditorium. Sheila SUrllni;Muse(
.17'J >1 I .L4 ti SANTA ft SHUMFiiatf : and help with t at to the needs of the )Individual. first prize winner. She recalled: Fathwt Daley! celebrated the Holy
<". >-i. sing t.lt is of the M Euch ;dataf.Ian 7:30: pm service at StMark'sattendedbyalumni
fl'.f tl./l 19.4'1 .,. .0 .b4. 0 .home, or cant y for such aeahos a Job fitting services plaque which was presented by .
services bom. to the patient not.as baa often ; (Bradford .6WCD vie of StLukesrlrictads
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I4rf. 1 J ..'. rfi OiJOnJiOO: 07HA-IJ TteUnd of cateprovided might be hemefitting the patient to chairman) and a fro scholarship Farms( and guest* from Penney -.
,A'I. ,,').\' Ml > MUt HIIX 7917. In Rungs t the Junior Woman's Club of Star retirement communityand
I I'M J-> 'H ',f 4t>irir Ill >.,F ""'If" UHi2JiJ..iJ !<( <. ,- parish members of St. Mark's.,,
> M .....11 *.>. !.> .. II7.36 than nursing tats- at j 1E'UpFor attend the.Forest
_._ The Reverend William Hethcock.
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: :_ America! this 1IUfIUtI<<,., Director of Field Education r-of'Sty:
meat aresidences. Luke's, delivered the1 sermonl':
hob was 8M CUrfcj rlle/1i" / .
Bradford High School Band wul third place wa.'JU Ual'fl1i The Reverend Hettececk.traveled to
---_.---_.. __._._--------------_._----_ ------------------ ,' Cbt .n band concert: on Sunday,May received: a cash a 1tJIII.". Starke from Sewern; to represent
I" H ti* .r. ?J ft'I"-'N 37M4-O7 I.=,:;; I. Observance ef Memorial Dy., mend each""eta' them.rtWKfl.tjlr: Stu7a4#. 'iI'aithis occasion. Kenneth -' ,
', .
liit'al'.iji iHirrfr H I'1)0)11/ | fL'H tllelfjl" BUS tootuJftarferning '
concert !* set at tile duUrrnan of the
: 4', O.ONI toor 'I N'" r 7..5'r4 COngrearln presentation. n takes .tHtJ7.: n i :
fc" '.f. li.7- ...77 ..>..),< 51 1)6.14'' .cairaah i imi. I kifiedtna I to U..m. research pteperaHdeliver .. Mice celebraflod '
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J J' R' IElly( TAX: COllECTOR ./ "Q'_ !!tm ,; Choral' Grow wW lads..Dlayed.selection.: cone to.M.*.he...goell...toreenS Slop J.ckl.. flbrNc',. =Jlouae.floral' 1

less expense In nonIiEw's -c .Concession staaM will be open.A .. ,CCdIMt to be bet4. Retmesi>3 c''pk'eprfrod' by the: t
Bradford Florida n ""ar!
County,. Administration 'on Aging t proceed*will go toward the purchase on the "Conservation of Florida's' the oceaailMi"tIa presented
.estimates the number of older people of new uniforms which are so Natural Resources." Each stressed Father Daley with a pair of golf shoes

(Suffering from Inappropriate desperately needed. ,the Importance of protecting our soil and a guest register.

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by.: Elisabeth Tvrry. ,_\ : esIa of their parents.Mr. and Mrs,, .. .,aJ\dr.attd Mrm.Bill Dobbs and their'.j(*!Tallahassee.I spent' Mother's, Day:' .received--aalro"sAtlseolats f4rf"8' <:l -.011.7823305Clh'Iitl'ketlritlesi Ia.D. daughter, Chris and the new granddaughter weekend with their mother. Mrs. degree In Safety Technology from the to Florida recently and is living
Mrs. .Honest Hewitt, and her sonJerry ,Chris i of Feroacola, ,enjoyed Truby Walnwright. Dan and his Community College of the Air Force. with her brothel\fDulty'R.oMI1a.
I ,.{came over from Tallahasseeand cake and ice cream with their children cam Sunday from Jackson This was not Chief Grouse's, first ., Mr. and Mm Fleam Starling spent
rirsV Baptism Homecoming"Sunday brought Mother's Day dinner for, parents Mr and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. vUle. All of them ate dinner with her, degree. Last December M'received" the weekend with their son and
]:May 18. Everyone welcome.- : bet parents,. M&:/.and Mrs.. Arlie Mrs.. .Pierce Crews ,visited her son sdaughtinMr i and as AS Degree in Fire Science and I daughter-in-law, Mrs and Mrs.
church will have REVIVAL DobbiI' couBinj Mrs. Elizabeth, Adams,, in Mra. James Wainwright .and Prevention from the Florida Junior Franklin,.Starlin,' and family of.
Ma l Rev.T.R.Moore of Bristol Leroy Lovett, of Jacksonville was Bradford County.Hospital on Saturn daughter.Mr. College. Chief Crous' was' also In BryceVille.; > "
Va.;:Will be the speaker This man la a a t ply est. of Mr. and day afternoon, ft, and Mrs. Harold Jones and strumental having the Fire Protec- Miss ''Tracey! Peltit. tot Lakeland
matt good,be sure to come and bead Mrs. ddinnerlu Mrs,.John Tye Srt visited her son I H\ family, David Wllkerson ,and tion class changed from him. ; Mrs. '. Dorothy Roberta of Lake in-law' and daughter Mr. and Mrs. children! Mrs. Sylvia Wilkerson and Everyone In Lawtey ishould contact' Troy and their mother Mrs. Henry
qWrt! United Methedlsti Rev. and Butler, and Mrs. Pearl Dobbs spent Tommy Talley and family of Jacksonville children, Mr.' and Mrs. L.G..Wither, your insurance company to see if'you' Smith went to the Wax Museum and
Mrs.' ,Don Love and family visitedMill Thursday afternoon with her in-laws ,Thursday; until Saturday. son and family, Mrs. Marie Wilkerson .., rate a reduction In your insurance" ,' Sea World" Lucille Ivey a"the home:.of her: Mr. and Mrs Arlie Dobbs. Mn and Mrs. Lonnie Teston spent of Raiford, Mrs. LInda Crawford Toni Hodges Jr.,,'son of' Mr. and Saturday.'night"with"Miss Pettn's
daughter./ ,Mrs. Wyolene Riverside Mr:and Mrs.' Emory Eunice and. last weekend with their mother, Mrs. and children from WhiUbouse were Mrs. Toni Hodges is a patient in.Bradford grandmother Mrs. Parker Dunn of
Ivey-Was dismissed from family of Gainesville, visited their RA. ,Melton of Ocoee. ,She came Mother's Day dinner,.guests at the' County Hospital.Our prayers. are Winter Haven and on Sunday they t
HoeMttU on Saturday. Anyone who parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Euniceon home with them and spent two weeks. home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. with him. went to Disney'World at Orlando.
would like-to send a card or Bowers Saturday afternoon.Mr. Mr. and Mrs James Waters attended Leon WUkerson. Mrs. Thelma McHugh. and Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Fleam Starling and
send them to this daughter in .and Mrs.W.S.Crews,Sr.,spent services and Homecoming Long Mr. Bill 'Crouse. our local Fire Mrs. Jack Oldham of ,Jacksonville Mr.and Mrs.. Franklin Starling and
Jacksonville. They also visited Mrs. Sunday afternoon with their mother Branch Church on Mother's Day. Chief,who Is a master sergeant In the visited Mr. and Mrs.D.O. Brown Sure! family attended services at'Trinity
Geneva WUkison Sr., at Baptist Mrs pierce,Crews. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Walnwriaht of Air National Guard EOD Section day afternoon. Church. Jacksonville on Sunday.
Ho pl.... Jacksonville. She is In good
spirit and under treatment.Mrs. .




Wright mother,was and the Mrs.recipient Nancy' as Traylor the oldest took CANT BEAT INFLATION ALONE. BUT ALL AMIEllCA| WUllAING TOGETHER CAN. LETS START NOW. K,: ..

the'tumors-for being the youngest.

Friends of Mrs. B.L. WUkison Sr.,
regret to learn that she Is a patient In
Baptist! Hospital Jacksonville. Our
prayersh are with her. We have learned r
ut she Is improving some.
Mrs. Debra Dyer of Orange Park
visiud-her parents,' Mr. and Mrs.
Thoncaa B. Chastain and family r
recently. Mrs. Dyer is in her second I r

yea*Of college at Florida Junior. College r
In Jacksonville.
Mrs.;:Pat Strickland Mrs. Alma
Strickland, and Mrs. C.E. Strickland
of Gainesville visited her sister Miss
Elizabeth Terry for a few minutes on FLAVOR ROAST IRISH SPRING

13 Oats of strawberries for their 1 DETERGENT 5-oz.bath size deodorant
freezers. Mr. and Mrs.Morris Carter ANTACID I Dry roasted.Contains. no 32-oz, size Pink or Lemon. bar. REG. 59' EA '
filled their order. Double edge 6's.Stainless 12-oz.Antacid. peanuts. 7Jat.| .
REG. $2 29 UMIT 1
steel. LIMIT 1
William James Chsstalo win
graduate from Bradford High School /
with honors. He Is also attending San-
ta Fe:Junior! College and has finished BAR/7
one year there. He will attend Senior
High Award Ceremony on May 13 at$
p.m.:*there he will receive honors and
a scholarship for being upper 10 percents IGLOO' .
Mrs. Leroy Benton, of Wilmington, HAIRSPRAY '
N.C. were guests of her sister, Mrs.; *9j* 1O-oz 0
Opal Lewis and her son-in-law and fJf* Hard TE"Hold. Colorful webbing on aluminum
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bar W LIMIT 881. tray separates frame. White plastic arms
bour and children Jesse Jr., and from can drinks Ice. CHAIR CHAISE
Michelle Thursday until Sunday. _- \. _" REG. $1099 REQ$1199 REQ.$1999
Mrs. Johnny Jenkins of Billiard, DECORAnn"
visited her mother Mrs. O.J. Anderson .1688
Friday. Mrs. Anders went home DEODORANT OIL LAMP ..
with her for Mother's Day weekend. : 1-oL.Ize. PlIgrlmpewterloollfor*- 12'.18''Teble Top
Mrs. Sandy Thomas of Jacksonville ],.. 7gc LIMIT 1 touch class. REQ.S89' HIBACHI
;-spent Sunday with her parents. ... .. Cast Iron

Mr. and, Mrs. D.OT, Brown and., .I, ___ .> ...,,._._ ..r 8aj". : 1 .. ,9 9 grid construction. adjustable multl-
: .'.:. _; 00 rrrt r, ,- .tJI' n Ye drafts
ShawQa.. _"".";;' _.' ." "'' 'COPPiERTCf1JEi'ii ; BEQ $1....
Mrs.C.R.Crews spent last weekendwith 1
her son-in-law and Mr. SUNTAN LOTION
and Mrs. Tommy Clayton daughter, and son 1 u MA* Promotes LIMIT 1 fast tan. '2"x2( -YD.HOLL CHACOABRIQUETTE S

Tom of Jacksonville.. DUCTTAPEMultipurpose 29 burning. II
W.S. Crews Jr. of Jacksonville, cloth tape y REGk$189nD'even
afternoon ..
spent Tuesday with his moisture resistant, '
grandmother Mrs. Pierce Crews. .. FABERGE ORGANIC exceptional adhesion .,
Jane Chastain is due to start Senior .1' HAND BODY LOTION REG. $279 -- ; .:..,
High School In September for the fall i 32 Qt. Reg. 17.99
8-oz.boltlemolalurlzing ,_ ,,'J
dmI ;
semester.She is also going there with 5 lotion. LIMIT 1 199 / / 1399
honors as she has been on the A-B ;;I :iII Family Ice Chest
honor roll most frequently and la going
on to college preparatory subjectsat HARTZDOQorCAT
Bradford High.Mrs. FLO TROLL
Lucille T. Ivey spent Mother's BAUSCH-LOMB SOLUTIONjsvBnslngastoragesolutlon FLEA COLLAR LIVE BAIT BUCKET
Day with her daughter Mrs. Wyolene SALINE Protects nets against lleaa Floating bucket, keeps bait alive
Alsoher son Keith, of Jacksonville. +T *** of soft contact 'lenses. & ticks .For dog or eat 333 and handy.REQ. $4.88
son-in-law and daughter.Mr. 8-oz. LIMIT 1 REQ. $3 98 10tESags881

and,Mrs. D.R. Brown. and family. will 219CHLORTRIMETON
be with them. .
Mr*. Beula Revels and Mrs. Hazel
Smith,. of Palatka spent Monday ,g '
afternoon with their cousins.Mr, and TABLETS HEAVY DUTY :
Mrs.:'Hermie Kelly.: <4Mg.24tablel..AUergyl Q
George David Kelly Jr., graduated ggc: Sinus Congestion. SEATCUSHIONLIMIT
from 0CS at Camp Blandlng Satur 1 King size 20".38".Spring .
day. The services were held at the ventilators keep you cool a> :. '
Randall Chitty Armory in Starke. His dry. REQ. $7.99

parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly.hia Y
wife Mrs. George D. Kelly Jr... GENERAL ELECTRIC 549
Miss Tracey Kelly and Mr. and Mrs.
Donnie Kelly of Gainesville,attendedthe
Inside Frost bulbs, BO 75, 100. QALAXYPERSON LPACIC199
ceremony. : TURTLE WAX
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited LIMIT 2 PACKS AUTO POLISH AM/FM RADIO 9-INCH FAN

their brother-in-law and sister. Mr. / .. Long lasting,high gloss finish.' Volume/Power control. Whl.perqulet motor,
and Mrs. AJP. Hallman. of Keystone. / 18-oz bottle.REQ. $2.29 Telescopic FM antenns balanced blades
Heights Saturday.. 2145
Mr.and Mrs. Robert McClellaa and X 179 fur 1288NO $1799 1199NO.215S .99SOUNDESION
son Jeff and Randall and Donald
Reddish, of Starke, were Mother's HOME
Day dinner guests of Mr..and Mr. 'ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
Lea M lellan.J. EASTMAN .
.C.fPrevatt. of Gainesville, wad a Marr.eistant.tllckory .
took woodgraln flnlsn. 010 GLUE 2-QALLON % x 50-FOOT
of his mother.
Frida dinner guest
to assemble
Permanently bonds most, TANK GARDEN
Mrs.Carl Prevatt,and brotherinlawand 'RCO.$3999
sister.Mr.and Mrs.Truman Now surfaces tube.REQ. seconds.. SPRAYER HOSE
man. .V; ::3211 $1.69 LIMIT 2, Heavy duty Dursble
JerreStarling of Starke..was a plastic tank flexible 2 ply,, ,
Saturday supper guests of his safety control ., rubber vinyl,
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starting 77 for spray with brass .
sdlultmant w _
and family.Mr. .-' '" fitting
and'Mrs. David Tomlinson of REG. $19.95 REO. sa.99
Lake City were Sunday guests of their
grandpa.... Mr. and Mrs.. Truman 168" 799W'
Norman and their .eat.p-aad- SYLVANIA
mother Mrs Carl Prevatt. '' FLAsH AR
Acteens of Grace Baptist Church A9 Designed I for use, NELSON JANCOPLANTERS .
near Starke went to Crescent Beach SPCA wnhnasnbarTreats TURRET
on Saturday for the day.They enjoyed 1.000-eq. C8/MI'Mo 10.
the trip very much. Pr. d SPRINKLER EarthenpotslniL
area. = it
Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Carter and mixed. Easy Ill 6 sprinklers In 1. designs&
daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Lane' we. 64-oz., .: covers up to 36- colors
ft. diameter
Carter end .family' were Mother's RfG.116.49, EVEREADY'"AA"ENCRQIZRR 1. Circle.NO 2180REQ REQ. $1.99 EA
Day dinner'guests of their Mn. Lois Carter. B TTERIER"
Mr. and Mrs. Jlm'.Cebalia. end'family. 88OF.
Mrs. Mary Nenotte,' Mr. and. PACK/", 7EnerglZe life'T
Mn. Bruce Crapse' and family *' 22 .U..fortoya. I
Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs.Gar :: 4 I radios. .. o
1 -.S1t
Wheeler were Mother's Day dlnnet calculators.'
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set Gospe.l'stny.dI at Pln. Grove; ,i MMCH 7-IMCH (e e i!( i.tk'iJ 3rt:. I '

A gospel tng'and chickenDinner p! 111;: '
win be held at Pine Crov, From Color Negative. I r .l. .I .. .---
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j ( .
ethodist -Church on SR-ifl9/talford Just cobr bring in your favorite JO-' t;+ : ,4J i SALE PRICES QOOOTHRU P ki.T'

,Saturday May!' 3Featuredsingera /.,,,..,,, prmnegative ) :3) NAMAl
C-ol : .::
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win be Uw dike. : f r :
Family,: Inner will be served aU:>>, Road Thru Sat.May/T ,a ;'@. :f V{ ,,, ?/ i; SHOP KAItLT SON Ill r :M

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Page leA TELEGRAPH May 15.IMt > \ ,
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14 Earn ASS '. .. Kirkpatrick is Ariti-ERA. > I'
Straight .yY r 'co
!;;: ,

II : : Y 'V. "people's Declaring: ,mandate he already has George the "obviously Kirkpatrick, Mr. McGriff continued has forgotten that-

,that we already had a refercndum \ -
has told Lake City civic
t Middle SchoolFourteen t' Y Kirkpatrick: a ". ,
at .
he the Equal Rights
r s it : group Amendment.opposes The Gainesville realtor cited
v statistics which, he said, show 67-32
: Sharon
Martin Gainesville realtorwho'
of 740 students enrolled at drew Jones, Kirkpatrick, ERA in the
Bradford Middle School earned Martin, Monica Mastowski) Tonja la seeking the vacated state percent margin against
Senatorial District,as
straight-A's for the fifth six-weeks McCloud, Theresa McCoUum Donna I senate seat of Sen. Kenneth (Buddy) lie-county revealed: In Sixth the constitutional vote.

grading period which ended April 17. Parado,', Kenneth Pressley, Stacey 4 rA i fi MacKay Jr, D-Ocala, cited the maJority These figures also include ALachua
Reddish Rita Richardson vote of the Sixth
An additional 63 students earned ,County, which voted 57-42 percent In
Seventh grader i Kay ADen Melissa District against Constitution Amend-
the A-B Honor Roll.
places on ratification amend-
of the ERA
The hard working straight-A Burnsed,Rhonda Cason Kim Cogdill, ment :2 JERA) as th8. basis' for his favor

students include sixth graders: Erica Tracy Davis Tony Diggs, Cheryl decision. jment.
Francis, Lisa of In FloridaIs also observed that the
L. Gruen, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Foster John David "The ratification ERA Kirkpatrick
Harry Gruen Richard Osteen, son of Green Bobby Holden, Karen an Issue whose time has come., ,ERA issue"has seriously divided the
l Mr. and Mrs.;Gary Osteen. Klmutis, Routand Lennon, Susan i" and gone," Kirkpatrick observed In Senate from time to time and has
Seventh graders: Jason Polk,son of Navalany, Tanja Rigby Robert :' speaking May 6 to a thelFlorilda l created a one-issue atmosphere." ,
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Polk; Tanja Spitze. DIanne Wood, Melanie Wood. club, "f do not believe In the'remainder of his talk,
I I\ Rigby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elgth grades Machelle Brown, Legislature will ever ratify ERA." Kirkpatrick' attacked '"big govern-
F f\ Charles Rlgby. Mary Cambell, Kelll Carver. Jane Nevertheless, he continued, If the ment interference in business" and
graders: Tina Bowen Chastain, Mike Christmas Lori Senate does consider ERA and he Is called for the election "of a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Clark Carmella Coburn Karen h. elected, he will vote against its businessman to the Senate."

Bowen; Le Ann Flynn, daughter of Davis, Dennis Dunlap, Cheryl Furrow ratification.At McGriff, Informed of Kirkpatrick's
Carol Fussell, Keith (oven, the same time,Kirkpatrick ebb
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Flynn; Lynda comments, later told the
Gravel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rachel Harris, Rlckl Harris Joiner Lisa It Itr Itr 3d one of his opponents Perry "I favor ERA and will support
Yvon Gravel; Michelle Kimutls. James,Lari Ann Johns Dawn / McGriff' also of Gainesville[ It"
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward George Levasser, Cindy; Lynn, Allen t# 1 "Mr. McGriff continues to
Klmutis Faith Roberta, daughter of McK nneyTheresa irckl, Emmll Itf demonstrate some uncertainty: on this But McGriff added he had traveled
; Tootsie the district and has now
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lott; Nancy Rodgers, Cindy Syssklnd matter, Kirkpatrick noted. 'He an- throughout
Roberts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tucker, Renee Wimberly, Clare nounced early...that he was in favorof heard people's concerns about the
Joel Roberts Michele Stilwell Wlnkler.JuleeWise. the ratification of ERA..* I unders- amendment."It .
daughter of ;Mr.and Mrs. Hoya f tand he Is now having second thoughtsand will be awful hard for anyone to
Stilwell Tim Gonzalez, son of Mr. Students receiving certificates for says he would like to have a be elected In this district supportingthe
and Mrs.Albert Gonzalez; Steve Mar- outstanding scholastic achievement e referendum of the voters on this mat- ERA,"McGriff added.

shall, son of Mrs. Catherine Cromlty; Include: :iter."
Sixth grade: Jerry Alldredge, :
Theresa Ricks, daughter of Mr. and .
Stub Eric Crawford.
Mrs. George Ricks. cent ,
Pam Boswell. Jennifer -
Seventh grade:
Students who made the A-B Honor ( Deuel, Regina Cannavo, Kevin o
Roll are Gnann. Kimberly Hudson, Donna

Sixth Grade: Kelll Baldwin, Donna Moody, Percy Sullivan. VICTORQO
Barker, Marsenna Brantley, Amy Jc Eighth grade: Pam Hawkins, John
Carter, Terri Fender,AlWn' Gonzalez, Lee. Gerald Underhill, Joan Pet-

Eddie Hall, Lynn Holtzendorf, An teway. r. ,,

Re-Roofing Jobs Let for Want to know the best

I reason to buy a

$11,141 For BBS ,ate :i :: VICTOR from the Office

Middle School Smarties... Shop?

Re-roofing of the Bradford High bupt Casey told the school board These elite 14 straight students at BMS are (hr): .
21 that advance funding com- Richard O'Steen, Erika Gruen. Because when your
School cafetorium and the domes of April First row-Nancy Roberts Tanja Rigby z
the round elementary schools at mittments has pushed every building Second rowJason Polk.Steve Marshall, LeAnn Flynn, Michelle Klmutis. :
Brooker and Hampton was awarded project In the state Into a tract of Michelle Stilwell : machine breaks down,
to Poole Roofing Companyof priorities-if a county has an en- Top row- Lynda Gravel, Tina Bowen, Tim Gonzales, Faith Roberts, Theresa
for$11,141 build but if not, it 1 loaner
Gainesville the low bidder, at the cumberance it can Ricks. we'll give you a

April 21 school board meeting. cannot.Bradford has an encumbrance of i
Architect Craig Salley -
$220,000 to build an addition to Hampton NOTICE
Pool. Elementary.. Supt Casey recom- ,MODEL 100
Five bids were received for the job:
mended that the school board keep
Ferber & O'Steen of Gainesville, PUBLIC
$11,920; Triest Construction Co. of moving right on to completion of the

Stevens HE project ,
Keystone Heights $13,874; "I think the dollars will be HEARINGON
Roofing It Sheet Metal Co. of
Gainesville $14,031, and Griffin Roof- available," Casey said "I guess I'm a

ing Co. of Jacksonville, $19,800. little bit optimistic.At the same time, Calculator
be Electronic Printing
of to
lots reasons
there are
The jobs will be paid for from some PROPOSECAODITIONALBRADFORD
wanted to be.
$48,000 countercyclical constructionfunds pessimistic If anyone COUNTY ,-. .' e Combination calculator and adding machine
the county school district
boost the COMPREHENSIVE\ PLAN ELEMENTS with minimum training ..
received from the state to e Easy to operate .
Cpt. Charles W. Marshall.Jr. :
depressed building Industry. 7:W MJune3: : '-. 4. machine keys separated from,calculators '
An$11,394 contract was awarded to And Pfc. Wayne O. Brooker ..' Adding 'l\-\
Electronics of and]vn.1 17.1980 error;
Southeastern Corp. Participates in -minimizes operator
Tallahassee to complete the Bradford Commission'Me.tlng Room !
"Anorak Express" In Norway machine" logic
High in-house cable television systemto "City Hall. e Features "adding

be used for instructional purposes.The *""*. '*.. 'e- drop-in ribbon cartridge for fast,
Marine Lance Charles W. Marshall Accepts
bids was "just barely within' the Cpt. '
funds available, said Mrs Lucille ,Jr.,son of Mr and Mrs. Charles Copies of the Plan documents are available for inspection at the Office neat and easy changes

Payne. W. Marshall, Sr., of Starke,. and of the Planning and Zoning Official, City Hall. Stark, FL.
Bids on bookkeeping tables for the Marine Pfc Wayne O. Brooker,son of

BHS are to be awarded Monday night Mr. and Mrs. James R. Brooker, of The Plan Elements to be considered are: '
May 19, at the regular board meeting Brooker Fla., recently participatedIn $13900OFFICE
Problem is, the bids are higher than exercise "Anorak Express" near Available;, for only'
the funds available says BHS Principal Tromso. Norway. Public Buildings and Related Facilities Potable Water

Jim Duncan Duncan likes the Marshall and Brooker are Recreation and Open Space Conservation Sanitary Sewer

Universal Seating bid the best, but members of the 36th Marine Amphibious Intergovernmental Coordination Drainage
will have to get the company to agreeto Unit (MAU based at Camp
Solid Waste
sell less than 50 at its bid price if the Lejeune. N,C. Economic Feasibility Component *

school Is to buy the tables this year. A 1976 graduate of Bradford High Traffic Circulation and Housing UtilityBy SHOP

Bids for custodial supplies will also School Marshall joined the Marine

be awarded Monday night from 11 Corps in September 1977. Brooker .
: A L. Crosby, Jr., Planning and Zoning Official.
submitted. graduated from BHS in 1979 and join- Fla. 964.5764Spring
5/15 2tchg 5/22 110 W. Call St. Starke,
Classroom supply bids are not yet ed the Marine Corps in June 1979. _
ready the board was told April 21.
Duplicating paper bid went to Mac
Paper of Jacksonville at 32 cents per
carton lower than the county con-
sortium's bid price. Mac bid $21.75 $ $
per carton to win over Unijax of 8
Jacksonville al $23 per carton. Specials a"off
The board decided at Supt Tom o e

t'asey's recommendation "to game I.
and bid" the maintenance contract on

the roundhouse heating and air- Ol1et" I
conditioning systems that heats and '

tools the vo-tech center and middle Have fun g $ .J P'.
school complex. The contract has ial ,
been$.1S5 per year and is going up 13 .
percent Casey said. '
An architect selection committee of U'
board members J.T Parrish. JR. Beach g
CamP f
Jim 1..11\\son. and Pat Spongier.: .' _
Business Manager: :Mike Reddish and '
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Principal Dewey :McKinney was appOinted -
by Chairman Arthur i.iskms '/ __ Save
The board by law has to advertise in nnl1

open bidding each year for an ori 1if\.lst SaveFREEZER
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"'III 'CI.Thl"

district got in the October state V'I : : Whirlpool
bidding: pool for 89 passenger school y .
buies :Money for two such diesel

buses is included in the ()-81 budget! ''i JACUZZI by Whirlpool
the Title : 1.
An amendment increasing I Save ,
I budget $IZ.St808S approved, The ..1 -'
it 80-81\ Title 1 budget totals $336.000 1 --- t'
Two teachers. Gail Cook and Diane 40r't

tte'tcott. were appointed to representthe

district on the Teacher Education ; ., ; :1' ;
Center Council of the Northeast
Florida Education Consortium. BTU "

Where to house the exceptional
education program the board is
undertaking lo operate in-county next $1 9999 -r
term was discussed b>' the school :

board and Supt. Casey The middle ... Re 4 400
school has been the proposed site but j ., A ." .:
the fact that the eighth: grade from \",
Lawte will attend the middle school ) ; : .' .,
has made space tighter there Starke .!i -I .. "' i .. From
Elementary is now talked of as an ""
alternate site or the board may find Buy Now '
site elsewhere. 1 $25300 '

Money must also be found to buildat $25995 .
least portable classrooms for the .

program. Supt. Casey said.,The program and Sav.
itself in ,ncUdt3, f sTank
will support once opera ," : f _
mandates that the '
lion: the sidle I
Model Echo 6i :
county offer care for exceptional
students including the profoundly' j
& SAVE retarded and the board has indicatedat SHOP .. aesaeaq ,
Supt. Casey's recommendation it i ;
will house the program here next : ;'j
term. Profoundly retarded studentsare -- ; GAS &

transported to Putnam County. e' '
Portables may have to be movedfrom Starke Starke

Lawtey Elementary where a
new wing has been added to house Jacksonrille Green Cove Springs Lake City Jacksonville Beach 8t .7701
the exceptional program. Casey said, 332 W. Madison

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.: More than 100 Starka Elementary
kindergartners converged on the
Starke Vo-Tech center Wednesday
I, April 23, for the fourth annual World.

,o(Work Day. S.tti6tk o
,",,' ,..
'.... The World of Work Day sponsored
by the Starke Elementary and Vo-'
Tech center, Is, designed! to givet
\ .. ffi -: children a glimpse of a* many different ,' itllrf
:1 T 1
J' occuaptloni a* possible. i'' r I
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.t '[. ..1 It also allow children to think of an' .
-,: 'I alternative to college by allowing Aq;
them to' learn a trade. 41 I

The four classes of schoolchildren,
toured 12 different classrooms. The .
two-and-a-half hour tote allowed
them to observe! numerous occupatlons '"
SJf I and In some cases, participate "
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In them. J(

Seven classes Involved hands-on activities
,that learning part of a skill. ., Sewing student Frelda McDougald center, shows Klndra Thomas, Ml. Tim
by directly participating in it. Norman, right, how 'a stitch In time saves nine'.
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For example, children decorated
g their own cupcakes while In the bak v #
"f! long and ,cooking department, lay. kr"w I.
= bricks in the masonry department,, +w
sewed learned hairstyling, horticulture r*(
,and carpentry.Each hands-1 ,
on activity lasted approximately IS.
1/\."" .
'minutes. < i\

........ Other classes the children were *
:::, '\.. able to walk through were drafting,' Looking like a spaceman under this '
truck driving,business,radio and TV. dome hairdryer, Andre Lee curiously .. 'OrII I JQ
explores the .meaning of this strange tIke
gadget. 'Jol"j!
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g Cosmetologist Roxanne Marshand puts the finishing touches on a manaakin'a J"btMfeM f"
::: hair, while Jason Hampton, left, and Klndra Thomas watch. .

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117 Paying careful attention to every detail, Tim Norman attempt to brush one
more hair Into place before finishing his "customer's" hair.

... Wa 'a Matthew Carlton curiously gazes at a miniature wooden house la the drafting
d e department. Next to him ii Cathy Jo Jackson.

Ti I 3 UCI Officers Charged with exu, Battery, 1 wi Perjury I

Three prison officers have been incident by prison Investigators. The vestlgators, in the office of Normanon Smith were assigned to investigate
charged with sexual battery and cruelor four officers have been fired,. May 6.Correctional. the case. They called Assistant Stale
Inhumane treatment of an Inmate officer James
Wesley Attorney Harris Tobin assigned to
Classification officers Harold Dean
and a fourth with lying about the Incident Wilkerson, 34, of Maccclenny, is Union County, Into the case Friday,
which took place May 8 in an office Norman, 32, of the Bayless Highway charged with three counts of perjury May 9.Tobin.
section of Bradford and
in Union Correctional Institution. : County in the Wilkerson is
Investigation. media after
at a briefing the
Working the learning.Cathy Jo Jackson experiments with different colors The arrests were made Wednesday James Wolfe, Z9, of Macclenny, and charged with lying about being in arrests were announced Wednesday
to complete a design on her napkin holder. Behind her Is Dlanne Rowe.. May 12,after a week-long probe of the correctional officer William Bennett Norman's office at UCI during the In- said he called state attorney investigator -
27, who lives at the UCI housing com
plex at Ralford, are each charged cident. Keith Adams into the case
with sexual battery and inhumane Prison officials were informed of and both Tobin and Adams took sworn
treatment of an inmate. The incident the incident late last week. Prison investigators testimony Monday. May 12. at UCI
Local Guardsmen to Undergo Summer Tourvice took place, according to in- Pete Turner and Russell Wilkerson. Norman. Bennett and
Wolfe were Interrogated. The investigation -.
continued around the
The 631st Maintenance Company of ment small) engine repairs laundry ft Supply Battalion from Miami, clock: until midnight Tuesday,May 13.
Starke will be at Camp Blanding fore and bakery repairs, electronics a transportation company from L Wd Arrested on Drug Count
two-week stay from Saturday,May 17 repairs... anything that breaks" Crestview; units from the Alabama "Turner and Smith did an ad-
I to Saturday May 31. Hersey said"A welding machine sec and North Carolina National Guards, A 27 year old Lawtey Correctional Bradford County Sheriff Dept., State mirable Job investigating the case,"
Some 180 local guardsmen in the tion will also be involved In recovery a signal! battalion and supply and service Institution Inmate was arrested Fri-- attorney's Investigators and Investigators Tobin says
headed by CO Captain of downed equipment)." group from Jacksonville, a day, May 9 01a felony charge of for LWCI found the drugsin At a first appearance hearing Union
Ralph W.Park and J.E. Hersey said the tactical training exercISe signal group from Tallahassee, and possession of a controlled substance a locker at the local restaurant. County Judge A.L. Driggers ordered,
: Tomlinson will be involved support will be conducted from.noon two army.reserve units. which involved three quarters of a He is being held without bond after the four UCI officers released on
maintenance for over a dozen units Thursday, May 22, to noon, Sunday pound of marijuana and more than 30. he was arraigned on the drug chargesby recognizance bond. The quartet was
assigned! under Alternate CommandI May 25. Aa a result of working quaalude tablets. Bradford County Judge Eliza S. represented at the hearing Wednes-
Headquarters from Jacksonville said through the weekend the normal off Jerry Smith who was on work Sanders. day morning by former Duval County
631st supply technician SFC John W. days for guardsmen will be Monday The falls of Niagara are release as a cook at the Holiday Inn in Prison records indicate Smith had Circuit Judge Thomas Larkin.
Hersey Tuesday. and Tuesday, May 28 and 27. about 25,000'yuan old. Starke, was arrested by, deputies less than 50 days to serve on a grand While the press briefing was goingon
"Inlay language we'll be repairing Units in the same two-week pro after, a, Joint Investigation by the theft case in Duval County. in Tobin's office in Lake Butler,
whee vehicles track vehicles, arma gram as the. 631st Include the 90th Ser- word was received by Tobin that UCI
--- Superintendent Raymond Masseyhad
aww aw -
notified the four employees they
The Exercis .Studio- were being terminated. '
Steve Hayes Construction'r. Massey was at the hearing and
: .121 L Call l Slnet then met individually with the

Cgs ) NOW employees.
Ho eb iler.e .

Of EN Truck Skids '
Fi* Service Through Stop Sign
', ,Bunder,
$400 damage was recorded in a one
Newly constructed homes for' ,'We offer 1T scheduled: classes' vehicle accident Saturday, May 10,at
inspection. aidsthat
your -.' weekly for night 12:20: a.m. on Criffls Loop and SR-100,
out with the
1\q t ," .!. I' )1-0. "L fru" 2.4 miles south of Starke with no Injuries -
Specializing in for the .. can really make you eel good e- in the mishap '
Quality ,[future,with 8'' ; ..p
: ', ,.,, Exercise and physical/ fitness FHP records show a 1979 Ford
personal touch of today."i n.tt' '' pickup operated by Leonard Dale I
\, ,", ''j', :.. .,: programs In a relaxed, cheerful' Rowe 18, of Rt.l Box 174. Starke Was
-r < ; itmoaph.re. Programs geared to make westbound on Griffis Loop. Rowe then

w Energy saving}features v' tokJep.ttr.9: I g Rt ,' .. R.easy and fun to r.daice: N.V. City'Heaftti and skidded struck through a pine a stop tree sign on at the SR-100 west ,

,; "'4'\Io.it'hllls'do'wn, f 1 'J lfi%{,"t.1f:.:f l nsl4. : J41O"r.' 'i''. v', .. Dept approved Diet Plan., tCam. shoulder of SR-100.' j
I .Trooper C.R cited Rowe for
'., In and rsgl.fer soon:+Yot-J +3
li\ t ( l r\8P\ df rnltxty0'' t //FiandsJara.ksadylyars.) tiit Si 5j 'earelessdriving. ,
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t':Linebacker Mark Crews pops the sled In a reaction drill under the direction of In Reverse
defensive coach Jimmy Thomas and under the watch of leamates. from left to Tornado senior-to-be Mike Teston
fight Frank Swindell Jimmy Wright, and. Kevin Reddish. backpedals In a drill for the BHS Jumping Indians
defensive backs. Keystone Indians lumped dummies for conditioning during the first these day of non-tonUct workouts.

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Tigers, from left 2 'h: ,I
tlo right. Tommy I ,: -' ; 1
Roberson. John !'" n ; ... .lRalhocock. Macclenny's Cracker were
andfjfennit :'; f"" '.'" bumped into the loser's bracket In the C
: second round but they came all the
Robenonline i- ,' .1. : :
up In the F 'v.' -" f i e way back to win the Lawtey Dixie
formation during : ',. '"- I'I'-' '' <.;;,-"", ,." '. Youth Association's men's Softball Keystone High Spring BanquetIs
Orsl-week. Spring .' t J' .;- 4 tourney at Cobble Field last weekend.
drills.. ;;. ,. ',. ._" a 't'}45 ...., ,,."" w:. ;.t..; ,".. 'fJ'l',.. "\ They whipped Bootleggers of Monday Night in Cafeteria
', ... r.,>'I'!' ..'. ...... ;'ot'l.... Macclenny twice in the finals after .
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:;:: ..... -_.. -. : "' ...". .. ...:.."..; ,.'.1 ...... Raiford's Poor Boys took third with awards Keystone banquet High of School 1980 Monday honor night its at Springtime 7 p.m. In the KHHS at cafeteria.the school's
:: ':..' :. "'1/'!' I I. .,;;;J-.J ...tf.T.i :-, ,oo'... ;;:: .Ni...... the Senior Boys of Starke fourth andHayes
:;' .' ''':''''r.. .-. .';''.',' ..."..;! .... ..:<'(; ... ,J".jj, ''' .,I,, ''''1 Electric and BGT of the "This Is usually our biggest banquet,"Keystone High A.D. Stefan Brokas said
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.. ,. .... .- ",. itc L' The Poor Boys Senior Boys, and BGT out that 90 athletes will be
,' .. f' .... ,.!...,."", ., '""' ..t, girls and boys track'* field teams. He pointed over
; '
;. 10 lor", : "" all won two and lost two while Haye'swas
4 r' .. school record for l .
.. honored Involvement.In
marking a
:::. ,""1':1: ;... ... ....,.,., '" > ., ....r'.J._.... .........t''f; : : ,: I." 1-2 after a first round bye.
::- .. '." ....; 1{..t ; ; :. .....;.... :;:.... Victor Crews and Randy Combs of addition to letters and award presented by the high school a number
:'-.1 .', .... :_ .t''bI, ..:I ; ,..., .,, /,."".; ..... i.'J" . ... \ ,, '" #., ..:''t'4' ;1; V .trophies home with Crews winning themselves) on the area wide level..Special recognition Is due coach Nancy
"._ .." : "t' ,.:; .......:. ",.....,.. ;.. '7"1'' the Home Run award with three Kopel,who directed the girls to conference district Softball titles; Ron Brum-
:O'r.'f'f: ; : ;:. ." ." :: """i' :\.,..,_ lauM.-.7" homers and Combs .572 batting mitt coach of the golf team which finished 6th in a 23 team district tournament;
w' 'J ,-- h 't average)taking the MVP prJz .Local and finally coach Rodney Nelson,who led the baseball Indiana to their first ever 1
players considered for the MVP conference crown and a district title.Nelson's baseball year and record setting I:
award.Included Gene Tanner of BGT junior varsity football program make him a favorite for conference "Coach of

Final Baseball Statistics : 15 Hit .300 who and Al both Chapman hit .666 of Buck the Senior Norman Boys of the Year'! honors KHHS people say.. ..

Haye's,who baud a sizzling.700 and Anyone Interested in the KHHS athletic program is welcome but due to limited
scored, and 16 steals), and freshman accommodations reservation if do not have child
IS baseball players from the three Raiford's Doug Barnett who came up are necessary you a par-
area schools hit .300 or better this prep baseballcher Scott Stormer (.357 with seven RBI'sin with a handful of defensive gems at ticipating. Those planning to come without athletes should call Booster Club
season with Keystone High's district 14 at bats). shortstop. President John Harvin or his wife Betty.at 473-3011.
Indians Tornadoes over .300 were: Goodge
champion having eight
players over that traditional dividing Dean O'Steen totaling 22 RBI's. C.436 with 24 RBI's, 18 runs scored. 5
mark. Keystone's Kenny Jennings scored 30 triples,3 homers and Just S strikeoutsin
Indian shortstop Sam Sibley hit.443: runs to lead in that department while 78 at bats), Clark (.427 with 17
to lead the area but not far behind was Sibley led with eight doubles, RBI's, 20 of 20 .lealst and 17 RBI's),
Bradford High catcher Bill Goodge Goodge's five triples was tops Scott Allen (.372,and Chuck Johnson GET AN I 'BLE'OFFER
(436): and Tornado shortstoppitcherKenny Clark's 20 stolen bases (Iln 20 attempts (35C).
Clark (.421. ) led Jennings' 19 steals and The three Tigers over .300 were:
Goodge led all players with 24 RBI's Goodge and O'Steen both had three Tommy Honour (.344 with 23 RBI's),
with Sibley and union County's Tom home runs.Keystone's. Dwayne Ellis (.306),and Steve White
my Honour and Steve White all bring eight over .300 were: (.306 with 23 ribbles). FORD.
ing 23 runners home and Tiger cat- Sibley Jeff Stone (.379 with S doubles
and 22 runs scored), Shawn Prichard ..
(360 with 16 RBI's). Jennings (343, NOW
30 runs scored 19 steals), Clark at....Office ShottIIOW.e.1IIt.
Stovall (.340. 14 RBI's), sophomoresGreg AT
Allen Scott MOTORS
Prichard (.314) and Scott Ban- Compl-......... TERWILLEGAR .
State MatRunnerup non (.311 with 6 doubles, 19 runs Hallmark.. c.rd>Mid Gilts ,


Bradford High senior Allen Scott SEE YOU SATURDAY NIGHT

wrestling was second tournament in the 3A state earlier high school this Leading Florida Businessmen Share The MONEY BACK.FItOM FORD.

year and he repeated that lofty standing f a' Secrets Of Their Success And The Influence -
in the heavyweight freestyle \ Of Christ In Their Lives
division of the U.S.wrestling Federa- I
tion's Florida state tournament in : FULL GOSPEL BUSINESS* LTD Crown Victoria

Dunedin two (0" ,/ FELLOWSHIP BANQUET Flay 17. automatic -
weekends ago- ,-'fIr ....T<"....., With
winning a berthin at WESTERN STEERSTEAKHOUSE overdrive: available.Thundrbird. .
the USWF's Dinner at 6:30 P.MAT Phone 473-2203 or 473-2702
Junior nationals. REGULAR MENU PRICES Meeting At 7:30: p.m.
Scott lost his Public Invited TO Both Families Welcome
first match by
decision 3-1 but
came back with

four straight -

'J>] pins in before the championship roundto losing UNDER NEW MARA M thunderbird.New-size $3OO

a three-time
Allen Scott 4A state prep

MiamI. The Tor- :
nado wrestler then came back with

another pin in a match for second Formerly B&G Truck Stop f"
place to earn his trip to nationals.
Allen who is heading to Mars Hill
College in North Carolina In the Fall Eddie Jackson ITS the .
to play football (along with Tornado --
teamate Danny Hildebran) will leave right Idea 2oc .'
July 17 for a six-day camp with the announces for today
rest of the Florida wrestlers and then : i
go with the team to Nationals in Ames new hours. :, .
City Iowa. he needs sponsors to .
defray the cost of the trip- approximately : i. :
$3SO he said. Persons or 6A.M.S P.M. Mon. Sat. 9647394Mec&afiiccadirty
businesses Interested in making a I mpm tack ''PIntoRest )
tax-deductible donation towards his' I ,'r" ;

coach trip can Ronnie call Bradford Harris Wrestling(9648241)Club or ::1; 'urnI.d""' o/14x/ b.Ohw Mcuy 9,19ea of d oovw:CIII ar apply an e h 6A crnstrW 4S)rase down avmentra ; 'tJ'
Alien ((964-860)). \\ h.w tad oars including >-ownclcls nor""" beat aaecsart cans l.d...us rnorr ::
from '\ |P.oeA//.qc*echt >scSV from ford Motor ConrponvcTERWILLIQAR'
"Freestyle is different high t" "
school wrestling... It's designed forth I
!aggressor It makes you wrestle," '\ *., :
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"I haven't I
Allen explained Monday. I
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run much and wasn't In good shape r Oao. I
but I'll have to start running now. Ct\' .
That Three camp ether is six Tornado days of torture.wrestlers." .). o.. c f 1 I" .. .. ..11.1. 1ljOIOIS, -- 'C

the Michael McDuffie,. It", : .
made trip. .. "A..n.-h.;, C
Richard Flynn and Larry Saucer .. s :
with McDuffie his first roundmatch -
winning 'M.'A; 964-7299
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I Tornado Sptrine' Athletes Honored i li"'i' '; lUmhti ai 1r! iM iIU i' ,, '

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ford High's Spring sports won awards at the final AU Sports Our pictures of the}iHS award winners were sent off '. 'lJlt\,
Club banquet of 1980-81 last Thursday night to St. Augustine with some National Guard film but we ) I
The count would have been more except that girte track will have pictures of the Tornado Sprina.trophy winnersIn "I,, '! .
coach Grover Howard elected not to glvpottt( his a Wards. un next week's edition. r xd I' .
til after the state track meet was ru$> 'turdat, .. Sorry a b rtthatiM k.sv--
Howard added his.three award win\ '!' the< atd\ t' ""I, .\\\1\ 1111'I '4 -, .
The other five coaches passed +at!//phles4T1jto/ I ..., '.
after,first recognizing aU, tottf 1 ."('.'lSt ;! Florida' Theatre
senior trophies the \U"Sports C t lU''irltl }bliriiIp:t' e ard datnea'The-; goffr'Mosi.'Ou ta ldlnl
performers. : j ', :,\\ R M; i' t1U.\ _ward; :: "V' .0.I* Start-' 964-5451
Juniors Kenny Clark i T, ,
} 0 Jerry itacfcrtff' ;who boys
steals) and Bill ,oodgll (.d__,.,' ? threw; gave four awards: the Most Moat ingto freshmanJanice Fri. Sat.& Sun.
out 14 runners trying to steal) tharej Me baseball MVP Sapp ((29-8 overall record), Valuable
award given by coach Mike Hartley wkth'Goodge' also get-- Jockel ((23-11)R Most Valuable Boy to Chub Johnson (2+41), -
ting the Most Improved trophy the! raised.Us\ average 23fl and Most Improved to Eddie Winkler. i

award.points) and Chuck Johnson .wi 1 n.. nFrthes Best. .. Attitude The boys track awards given by coach Ben Motley wentto .
Barry Thomas (MVP with a whopping 16014 points), ;,
The girls Softball MVP was Share* Hanft rIOn'. who hit Allen Scott (Most Outstanding Field Man with 84 points)
near .700 In her first year of BUS Softball,' while senior Richard Smith .(Most Outstanding Runner with school
Janice Berry (near .600 average) won the'Coaches Award record 880)), and John Bennett and Dapny Hildebran
from coach Gayle Lee (shared Coaches Award).
Golf coach Warney Adkinson got Mown. award from his Howard's awards given at school Monday went to
"trolfers"Barry Thomas.,Richard Smith and Danny Louette Smith (Most Outstanding Runner). Marian Putt-
Hildebran- madcap trio that played golf while running man (Most Outstanding Field Events), and Jennifer Nix
track this. Spring but first' he gave graduating f ur.year' : (Coaches Award). GRLRXYEXPRESS>

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Spring Football Notepad: I {


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Lady Tornado Track Winners

Winners at Bradford Illgh'i girls track and field awards were from left to
right Jennifer MX (Coaches Award). Louelle Smith (Most Outstanding Run
1 ner), and Marian Pullman (Most Outstanding Field Events performer).
Smith a sophomore was third In the State class AAA 44V yard run Friday.
CGS ePLU3The ; *
Keystone Union Bradford

Shape of Things to Come
Sophomore Louette Smith
Keystone High's Spring roster has ThHigh e practice roster at Union County With the Junior-Senior game to be __H..H.H._.___..._
School has filled out to 26 as In (look for stories
blossomed up to near 40 as baseball played Wednesday 3rd in State 440DashBradford
players have joined the afternoon Tiger Head Coach Ed Davis' words and pictures next week) and an early SUN. MON.
workouts and with that Influx of talent "more kids are starting to get the jamboree coming up Saturday, May High tenth-grader The girls mile medley relay team
KHHS' coach Pete Valentino said message that you have"to be with us 24, in Macclenny Head Coach David Louette Smith already making her (Sheila Searcy, Kim Slocum. Smith
Tuesday "we're coming along pretty now to play in the Fall Hurse and his staff already had their second appearance at the class AAA and Valery Chandler) was eight In
good."I Still Union can't practice offense first team lineups nearly set and most state track meet, brought home from 4:33.1: with Homestead winning at R
don't want to get Into individuals defense the numbers just of their plays and defensive schemesin Winter Park the first of what she 4:16.33.
right now but generally speaking aren't there. "If we're working on the as they ended their second full hopes is a string of state medals last Other Tornadoes not placing were:
we're improving as a whole. run we'll put up a full front line If week of Spring practice. Friday, finishing third In the 440 yard Richard Smith in the 880 with a 2:01: i
"We're still concentrating on the we're working on the passing game "We're moving right along Hurse (winner went 1:57.19: sixth was r0e
fundamentals," Valentino said of the we'll go with a skeleton front and a admitted on the eve of the Tornadoes run.Louette's 60.47 clocking (la shade of 1:5940): ) Marian Pullman with a .
schedule for week two of the Spring. full defensive backfield," Davis ex- annual scrap with their graduating her 59.9 school record), topped North 35-94 shot put toss ((44-i4 won 37.3''I ...
"Before they move on too quickly we plained when asked about the complications peers. "We're'plea led. Not Marion's Laura Johnson who had was sixth), and Danny Hildebran witha
want to get the basics of blocking of a short roster. "We've everything Is good" but overall things beat her for the Region title, and left 15.8 high hurdles run (Milton's Greg
tackling footwork.' got four on the red cross list now so look good for us. her behind only state champ Debora Robinson ran a record.setting 13.99 to PLUS
Even with nearly 40 out Valentino we'll only 19 or 20 at most With the jamboree lineup almost Seiler of Naples (58t), and Baker of win with 14.82 taking sixth).
get prac-
figures to two-platoon. "pretty many tices." solid Hurse said the offense breaks Quincy Shanks ((58.58)). She was the Palatka won the boys AAA title with Up From The Depths
of them as most class AA schools do. down this way (with all grades being only placer of Bradford High's eight Titusville edging Ocala Vanguard
"Right now we're working a day on "It was pretty much the same situation the grade levels for next Fall): entrants. 39'2-34 for the girls crown.
offense and a day on defense" he said at Williston except we had even Four running backs- seniors Mike Lady Tornado high jumper Teresa
Tuesday. fewer. I just had 19 in the Spring at Jordan and Dwayne McBride junior was oh so close to placing. She
Willlston. They difference was the at Randy Parade and sophomore Em- joined four other girls clearing
titude. They had won the year before mett Watkinsare looking POd-. 5-foof in the wet conditions but had '
..,.. hfi'R; !;. J1, F'fJ 1'fi.C',e.1FY\JIg\ t9, t efa.ch A enough that Hurse says "It look, ikeowe've more misses than the rest and finish- HORDES, OF UWTEVU.S.'SOI 1
Lake Butler:= !II"I ... !]fi .;,, wt"" II'l. ii4, '".,,,, got four running back wh oanvi" ed seventh, one spot out of a place.
I U" 'TIt.d..owt,.( .1.q(.J I.....' u if .'1 nun ''Ine) lesson?:'''Veahr ge{ the job done. They'll plarbehlMbli)0 r She had everything over the bar but i If North rr 'r ;,. r"!
/, Kec.. New' '1( .1 Ese kids we nave out are comingon returning signal-caller Bill Goadge.vj 0 her trailing-heel on her last try at 5-2, *Open til/ 9:00 pm Friday Nights*
," he answered. "They're startingto who Hurse says Is "running the ball a height that would have earned third "
Women's LeagueIn learn what paying the price is. better than he did last season and w', place. 5-4 won. Now Under New Management
"The first problem you face when you throwing it better. t A.
Lake Butler Women'sleague action come in to build a program Is gettingthe If he does go to the air more in I960
last week S&W Muffler outlasted kids to believe in you and in the and the Tornado boss again emphasizes Do you have a wedding coming i:
Brooker 15-13, Gainesville Tire nip- They're starting to." that Summer practice will up this spring? Let the Office "THEICE
ped First Christian Church 7-6, and program. determine how well and how much Shop at 110 West Call Street order I
Farmer's and Dealer's Bank shook Davis listed BUS will throw senior reclevers Ken your Invitations and other ac- I
off Beilling Tire 18-12 In close good Players signs after the ninth as practice showing ny Clark ((4.8 40) and Jonathon cessories. You'll be surprisedhow CREAM CHURN" :
ballgames while RMC got an. easy session Include tailback-linebacker Johnson ((4.7) will figure heavily. much you can save. For
win- 18.3 over Brooker. more Information call 964-5784. t1
"We're blessed with good speed and
a taw MRNI. ..' 4 1. I 0 t .. IIlr ..Wee'Dennis Henderson Sirmones offensive quarterback tackles Pee adequate hands there?' Hurse says. e FRIDAY SPECIAL ..,
r I I I t I 4 II
I&W A..4l.1. ... .C..w/.rd is s II. P>mC ffx Greg Hall end Don Clyatt offensive Across the front junior Chuck -----II.was1 -'
1w. I... "It H...." RN 11'0. guard Dean O'Steen and wideout Jeff Williams "is dominating folks rightnow" /Is -ALL YOU CAN EAT- .
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t Nwnw W "/* sIMI tlII Smith. O'Steen has done a real good at tight end while senior Ricky ....
job" since coming from baseball Grlffis and William Shannon are "WE'REWAITIHG I II Fried Chicken 'i:
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MC I I I 4 ) IIra Davis noted. working at offensive tackle and
li.r I I I Charley Brown (up 20 pounds from or 300
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MCI nun..HIM HI' II.limit. r... M/w.II' i1s.
v t his JV weight) has been ,
impressive I I
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AIM M* II' Asked how will have
w many to go Bar-B-Que Ribs
.....,.... II.. .Owls ww II.. both in the Fall Davis among a group of guards that also Includes
answered .
........._..-...., 4 I''a 4 2 2 4 IS "It's ways just too early to tell that now but'everybody's Randy Luke and defensive 1I 1 .
5.111 ."/'. I I i I I I I II starters Kevin Reddish and Frank .1 FOR YOU" I II
Is.-.* I _.... ..... TIM ,........ II IIO C.r.l got to learn to go both Swindell. Bruce Rehberg's size and 1 *28 Flavors of Ice Cream ,

..t.|.....IS...w-NW II. __3.4k..11.N.' ..II.IS'..II.Ow..N c._.. ways.. experience give him the lead, in competition I II 1 i6IIi>
II Tvrry .Hliiytlt 31 tw. II.. "We're still working on basic stuff. with JV graduate Shane I All Flavors Milkshakes & Sundaes :; !
... .tlr. T '. Everything is still brand new to them. Thornton for center. fI/If',. ./ ,
O l* "llt' I I J II I r jj I Banana '-
p."Chru..w. Ch.rd. | I I I f I. | 4 We put in a new offensive series Motif Hurse says Clark will handle the \ Spilts a
O.li.."lll....Tim Olfl" nwm n M I... 0.111. day f and we should have all of our offense placekicking chores with David rae-a. '
ln| tfcrM.,... _CMfMcfcl Ifcra II',. Ann M..frHI in by the middle of next weekto Sparks and Kenny Bo Griffis sharingthe .i6CttoflV1 '* 'Bar-B.Oue Chicken :. ;

,tl..,I ChtlMlM IS.I. Church C_.. .....**tl ft** irJO ( ready for the Thursday, May 29 punting duties for the Jr-Sr game S- Ribs v -ay;
.ll!...*.._ lit.P...M....,_/I',.M.nw p_ .#amboree in Chlefland)." and jamboree. Bar-B-Que )
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Cuban Sandwiches Tft
Men's LeagueRMC ..i r
got home runs from Jerry - -
and Black Machine got roundtrippers ,
from Buddy Perry and Robert Friday. May 16'thru Sunday'May 18, 1980 ,. Union County
Holmes as both teams won in Lake ssp
Butler men's Softball play last week. Raiford .Softball Field Raiford. Florida Annu'al
There were no homers In the other Championship
game but Oak Grove Church got Sponsored by: ,
enough base hits to top Crew's '

H Building 1..llM.fhM Supply' 7.2.I I' Poor Boy's Men's Softball Team L" T R. 0 DE 0 :

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Sacs MC I ..i >I I I tII I'r'I.I'1 ..'.,.erINC. i '' ? 'with choice ol two vegetables and bread for *1.75 Saturday May 17 at 8 PM

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Dixie.Boys :N': ; W "' ...'I'" .. Union Co. Riding Clubs Arena
? ; Admission *2 ,- $3 we::
The Lake Butler'Tigers defeated f.
5 the Lake Butler Braves Monday'fofcu' I 1s ': < I. SR -. 121 ,

take the lead two games to one in ., : \ ,....';
s their five I game series. The Deal Pros ; ., '

topped the league Occidental,.lead. &withj.5 I to gain opj a"g tie.'*for enn'' W> F, t ;*> Bare %ack Riding ,*' Greased) Pig'Scrarnble, I :: .

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The Union County Pirates defeatt.t llrt rcli) t1 Ufw li1'J'a' ;: 'y ;:j ..w ,J\- IJ'(];? )" l' .J )
the Columbia Boys Club 8-1 and 9-2 ( o
sweep\ a ''doubleheader In ii brer And Sail e2.lSO *- Clover Leaf .Barrdr( Ra ei": ,, .:,,': :,L.;; ; l ..1n1u4aM 'E
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with tbelr ant league Monday ., t 't ''I' < ; M i 'n' 'I. ..u 'I.1 4 h/! v i'1t
night winning IM to pull back within '-:---'" '''''';'' '.. ':'t: ; '1fC 9 r't' 114', i ,!. '.1./1..1"/ ."'.' ,; : 1. d "J ul Ie".,, 11I1 !}o IlJ '
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arrived the Community Bank i 511111". f tiiUY"/ 'j ; -, ..... }l\
1,50.544.5* I$1415 I' 11 {, J t't ,t'. .' .lc.t, I t it li .
altfit wben Linda .J. / l
Dusters Wedneaday -' i>l.i.i M OtaNi.Mton f:' .' ; "
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Cubbedoe doubled home Debra ,ei,.._0d' ,-_.-w.-..... .'"I ,",,, 'Ill. :2' 'Ito;>
Cllpta In Ute ninth Inning for aM win .
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moved to 7-1 to the Domino'i 8-1. 4.e.----.1./ 1Jt t ,tit' )1'1;111. .. .1)11'J
1.0 h0. .4. 111.d..1.A 14 M Ws.L I... ()tlOJ;
Both stuns scored all their runs In ;
The Domino's lumped in 0.114.0..144.. '4 .' e' N 14 N.f r J'I 1 4044" ".1/ )rlll '"
one Inning. ..' fi ttdlKl
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rant 44) as Diane two-run 1.,1.,1.0..4 TAI.5.5411 ...-N..I1.N. .' ,/ 10,11
homer with Marian WsJmsley aboard .-4511.N...155.5.-4550.50N. ,:I"I I i' 1 ,: 1oJ, !'
cored the game's first runt in the .. 551051.5.1 455 N. tli44y Itanl. M 1.. ", J' If :a 11
third and singles by Sheila Forsyth, 0.104 55.44..__N.WW'" (> ;jjltlfl:

Karen Norman Linda Lee,and Dawn N I.11..11..0.A 5.bd5.I N,'.0............ \ ,1:11I.I',1c1/fl ;IM i:1I;'
Schoening built the lead to, 4-O. I '
Florida Bank came back In the fourth .1..41.1. W-

with two errors and base hits by Joy .11.5010-.... ttIM
Mini,Gloria Sapp, Peggy Nettle* (a 0..11 d ON I-4
double), and Vickie 7111 ,.. j .' 5timliiLt9I. :

five runs home for the winningIn : 517.--.- .N41n11.141 ..
other action last week the Saints N

bounced Hampton 3S-3 as Janice --- .4-r
Jockel, Sue Matronle. and Mary ..- *.1.Men's ".
Evans all bad three hits, the Com- 05/17/51 )uUillu
munity Bank Dazzles: topped Hampton .!

25-J3 on the strength of Mary OpenBGT :)
Lyons'.'01'-1I Came,Florida Bank got won twice to move into a second -
past the Rowdies 7-4 despite a 4-for-4 place tie with NuWa ves in Men's Clearance

night for the losers' RaLynn Adklns, Open week. .
and the Domino's silenced the Saints Starke TruckaPlaza stayed on top, ,
31-0 ts both Diane Smith and Terri beating Hayes 164 with Brian Johns
Parrlsh cracked two homers. and Charley Green homering and

LWCI 20-13 with Wise going
: Tommy
s4-....Mq u 33.4-for-5, Green 3-4 and Terry Gaines. COUPONS e

0..1.4. Ilse. '-....M..dr. -.... 01.1. BGT knocked: off NuWaves 1.-16 '!:..
-SO.55.1............ last Wednesday as GTene Tanner !
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lifted two homers out of Westslde and
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sells. Lloyd Gllpin Dale Haas John r-----coupon i coupon :'Iol.i.c.tll
-- I 5 II 4 N Ramsey, and Larry Brown each hit 1 coupon \ ijm'q win
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11..441 T.ry- J.J. Wheeler Ran-
one. Greg Moyer
_1./.1 44 J..0.N. C lad 4Mrt 44....4...Mill.ill Ii4.mil W"-1.1. ..*.', dall Thomas and Terry Hardee all Gleem or Crest I 3 Name Brands ; Coffee I'tttr.,
-.-.-44.714 N.TAr.r.44q. homered for the losers. Haas,Johnny sa 10: 4'45.&
Griffla, Gilpin, Ramsey, and Jackson 7,1 7:'Ili 5
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1 .stM.1.lq..11 1 1 1 II Prevatt were a combined 22 for :24 Tooth Paste '1 Paper Filters ...H: $.i1
111411.11 with seven extra base hits in a 33-3 ,,a'r'J-;: .t
_C.11..44.. .-.,_l4 N....5.1R BGT spanking of Continental Tuesday 2 for 1 1 1I .,.: -...Jtvcft 4.1c2 :
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N.1/1..44.5.q5,.055... 44.4 441.4 N.1.I In other league action NuWaves If" I T owe 5 13%" Base /"% tf ..... .:

..-.......-1.4 just barely held offHampton 94 after I c..O\0q II ::I c:
1114111- leading 9-1 heading Into the bottom of 7 oz. 7 I $1 2 fo / .... l.nt .-. ;
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01.44._.111..c110&1._...-...5...'- tinental 18-5 with brothers Chub and I I Reg. .
1.4-0..1..5.4. Chuck Johns teaming for seven hits I 1 : ''1...
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LWCI beat Hampton 15-5 with Terry ::a i: 1
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Men's Softball Tourney Bradford's Chub" Johnson(: ,n* ,.,, .&IT n *fInks 3 I

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The Like Butfer-Unlon County Recreation Complex will again be the site of Johnson might be' known ,points. 'His philosophy Ii "_l sea! .,'ob' : %t
men' low pltett Softball this weekend- with the RMC Employee' Club Invitational more in the area for hU play on the fitness and stroke p1' duction., If a<
Mt for Friday through Sunday May 19-18. Senior Boys Softball team but his ten.nls player Is ad has his
First, second-and: third place team trophies will be passed out, along with 15 talents paid have off In full-earning strokes down he 1147i beat on the, ')y..
Individual tropes to the title-winners and MVP and home run trophies. f F y A. the Bradford High senior 'a college level he me to, dR/
'S K scholarship to Florida Junior College take 20 pounds off to play... at 1901 7.,
of Jacksonville. can. see that It'*not asking too much.
I "He may not be tennis coach i next -14J
Atlanta Braves Trip Offered Johnson,the top player on Bradford :year because right now he's working \U t
High's district third place boys squad, two jobs He recruits for all sports ,
Toe Starke Recreation Department ball game Saturday night before signed with FJC coach Doug Estridge also*Johnson said of Estridge. "I'd J
In conjunction with the Baker leaving for home after the game. last week. "I'll still play Softball but be very disappointed UI go back over in
County Ree. Department, Is offering Cost of the trip Is $40. including this Summer I'm going to try to play there and he's not there as tennis
a Saturday bus trip to Atlanta to see round-trip transportationand tennis three or four times a week at coach." 110
the Braves-Los Angeles Dodgers Na- refreshments on the bus, and tickets: least," Chub said during a workout FJO's girls coach spotted Chub, act
tional League baseball game In June, to the game., '; '. with BHS coach Jerry McGrlff Mon- while trying to lure Bradford's 'Id
I The group will leave Saturday morning 20 seats are available for' Starkefans. y- "I've always put my racket number one girl Janice Jockel Into his ,M
June 7 via Greyhound charter If Interested call the Rec. down after tennis season was over but program (she's still being sought by ,lU
for Atlanta spend the afternoon shopping Department at B64-C7M before FrI- 'r* v not this year. I'm going to get up and FJC) After witching the two hit the ":'1
at the Omni, and then take In the day,May 23. ';. ,. ', : ,3rri play in the mornings and also play girls coach told Estridge about ):!
If '" some tournaments in Gainesville and Johnson. i q
Jacksonville." He credits Estridge Chub said he plans to start his I'll
with rekindling his tennis desire. studies In the direction of a computer ,M

.. "He's Just a super guy he covers all ,programming major. J,:j1)

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This Chub JonasoaObituaries ""

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John J. Brennan, Jr. ?j2iscontM urn Points Inis
John "Jack", J. Brennan Jr., a.ell2. ,.died at his home on Like Tremendous Discounts 1CIk
Geneva Thursday, May 8. Assorted Colon .oJ
Sport Editor ThatRay's Born In Washington, D.C., April 29, 1928. Mr. Brennan moved to Interior S, Exterior Household
Lake Geneva 12 ago. He was a retired Navy Technician 1st
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.... ...... Class. formerly serving in the Hurricane Warning Service In San w
Juan Puerto Rico a veteran of the Korean War and the Viet Nam
Metal bad at least four of last season's Green Machine players in Its War with total service time of 22 years.. He was a member of the <.I...
I lineup at their own tournament last weekend In Gainesville Dennis Crawford. Presbyterian Faith .,
I Johnell Smith Eddie Hanes and Keith Kelly all played with Ray's while former Survivors include: his parents, Mr. and Mrs.:John J. Brennan, Sr., Allen .
I Machine starters Randall McGee Tommy Hanaegan and Terry Stratton were Lake Geneva; one brother. Paul Brennan, Laguna Beach Calif. ..-..
I also playing in the tourney. I still haven't heard yet who won the thing..... Funeral services were held Monday. May 13. at 3:30 p.m. In the e
chapel of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Homerwlth Dr. James R. Neale, oS
...Marvin Tyson, the single season rushing record holder at Bradford High and Jr.. officiating. Interment was In Keystone Heights Cemetery. _, "
I now an Illinois state footballer back in town for the Summer. Marvin up just In lieu of flowers the family requested that donations be made to the '1J
I shade from his high school weight at 178 and looking solid,said he ended the SprIng Faith Presbyterian Church BuildingNaomi Fund.
I alternating at number two tailback. Senior Bill Fenn (6-1 198) went over taw ,....:,>.
11,000 yardllaat year and has the top spot wrapped. up probably until he moves on A. McKinleyMrs. I
| to the pros. Tyson will be a sophomore In theY.all..... Naomi A. McKinley age 77 died in the Alachua General -
Hospital In Gainesville Wednesday, May 7, following a short illness. + ot
...Speaking of college football Keystone's Chuck Dickinson who we hear has Born In Newark N.J., March 28. 1003. Mrs. McKinley moved here la ..
I the edge in competition for the starting center's post at Gardner-Webb (North 1971 from New Brunswick, N.J. and was retired telephone operator. .IS
I Carolina),will be playing American Legion baseball for Keystone Post 202 again She was a member of the Melrose Woman's Club; member of the "'.n
| this Summer..... Keystone Heights Golf Club; member of the Starke Elks Club n oa': ;
and a member of the Keystone Heights Community Church. tot

.Former Tornado linebacker Lawrence Patrick continues to be a hard-hick Survivors Include: her husband, William L. McKinley; a brother *
I guy at the University.Florida.. Lawrence, now a defensive end broke his foot In George J. Hermes, Keystone; a sister Mrs. Evelyn Gunning Union, .uoif
I a scrimmage two weeks ago and is out of Spring practice..... N.H. '
Following cremation, graveside committal service for the remains -
...The Post 202 American Legion schedule has been announced with a season- was held at 10 a m. Wednesday, May 14, In Keystone Heights ,lads
opening doubleheader let for Saturday May 31. at Keystone against Daytona Cemetery with Rev. Buddy C. Friedlln, pastor of the Community ;.
Beach Past:SO and the League Kickoff Dinner scheduled for Thursday June 5..t Church, officiating.. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home was In charge of e rO
the Keystone Lions Club. Post 2\JZ's\ calendar has over 50 games plus playoffs In- the arrangements. .
cluding a July 25-27 baseball trip to Rapid City. South Dakota (the planned ven- Mary Elizabeth Tomllnson =U1'1. .' 1 11., '1
ture to Curacao has been shelved), the Athens, Georgia Invitational June 6-8, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth (Lizzy) Tomlinson, 86., died Thursday May 8. -
Keystone's own round robin tourney June 19-21 the league playoffs August 1-3. in Union General Hospital. ..!!:..--
I and dates with the Australian Stan August 19-17: in State boro, Georgia.\>> Born In Callman, Ala.,Mrs. Tomllnson was a member of Johnstown -:::----- ...."...
Baptist Church.
...Jacksonville Bolles, which knocked Keystone out of the baseball playoffs topped Survivors Include: two daughters, Mrs. Allie Mae Byrd of Jacksonville t 11 a"
I p.K. Yonge 6-3 last Friday to earn a spot In the class AA state tourney In and Mrs. Sybil Dix of Lake Butler; one son, Leon M.Tomllnson of OAI PftCSTONBsUGLsrS $'J .as
Avon Park this weekend. P.K. catcher Mark Dawson homered to score three Jacksonville; two sisters Mrs. Mae Powell of Winter Garden and Mrs. 5.3 tACM
runs but the Blue Waves managed Just three hits off Mike Murdoch the Junle Carr of Good Spring, Tenn.; two brothers. Tommie Sewell of MO.mice LIGHT BULBS 24 GALLON CAN =
southpaw who shut KHHS down. Ala. and W.f. Sewell of Orlando; 10 grandchildren and 21 gfreat grandchildren ..-
West Nassau, which had to come back with i six. runs In the last Inning to *"' <- UUMaA"1IIn' ;a 880- 5 96 '' .....'
eliminate the Lady Indians of Keystone in Region girls Softball.nlay, also Funeral services were held Saturday, May 10, In Archer Funeral PIIOIIIIWGIt. 'BUr.... -1i3.
qualified for that mate tournament... Home Chapel with Rev. Ralph Smith offlclatiiig) Burial followed in ML WERE, a WAUM .N
Zion Cemetery under the direction of Archer Funeral1'Home of Lake YOUR PINAL 3.80 WAIST Sturdy pla'lG Chocks
...BHS girls track coach Grover Howard said he' 99 percent sure Lady Tor-, Butler. LOW PIIICII l. TWO sold 2 bu/M/ per sleeve. lid lIS lIop .....
used discus thrower Marian Pullman will compete In her specialty at the Golden
South track invitational Winter Park Saturday May 24. A bad day .t the Rev. Isaac Joshua BlackwelderRev. onable prices ;

I Region meet kept the Bradford High senior(128S5)( ) to the Five Isaac Joshua Ike) Blackwelder. 83, died Friday night, May 9,
I meet, though she has the top throw in among AAA girls. or in Alachua General Hospital after an extended Illness. jot 1101
I six girls from AAAA schools and maybe some out-of-staters with 130 to 140 foot Born in Union County. REv. Blackwelder lived most of his life In the I
I credentials will also be on hand though. Worthlngton Springs Community. He taught school In Alma Ga., for 5
I KHHS eighth grader Mlckl Slbley, against some champ a1 inn plans to five years. He attended Texas AM and Columbia Bible College. He J 'Ct!
I be on hand. She'll get a chance to test herself of the best the state was ordained as a minister In August 1926. He was the pastor of many ti ,1nq
land south, regardless of school classification. different churches for 50 years. He was the pastor of Freewil Baptist !':I111

Church In Nashville. Tenn.. for 10 years. He was a member. of Harmony -
Freewill Baptjst Church. q i 1 1 9 ;AYa
Lela Edenfleld Blackwelder of Worthington lp :
Survivors include: Mrs. Etta p
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS POST 202 Springs and several nieces and nephews. I Vt aAltell 1
Freewill J ..*(>
Funeral services were held Monday. May 12, In Harmony
1980 SCHEDULEDate Baptist) Church with Rev. Earl Langley and Dr. L.C. Johnson of CMcl
ficiating. Burial followed In New Zion Cemetery under the direction of t

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June Amens Invitational Round Athens, Oa. received In army attended Union WERE..16; OUR DISCOUNT PRICE .
|S.'.June Robin Tournament Athens. OS.M In Union Mr. Ellxson County High ? Polylcoltonknit. asst. Poly/eottonterry. met. .1111
Sun. Junes ,. 1/ .. School. He was a member of Baptist Church. .oltdspocket. S to xL styW.coion. 8.M.L. ((10JS
Survivors Include: his wife. Mrs. Barbara Ann Luck Elixson of j
Tu. June 10 Jacksonville Post 213Daytana (2) .00 Keystone !
Gainesville his mother, Mrs. Mamie Ellxson of Lake Butler; one :
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J.W. Parrlsh of Dundee.
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ESit. June 14 Gainesville Post U (2)
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Tu. June 17 Deland Post 6 (2) 4:00 Deland
Home Chapel with Rev. Cliff Sparks officiating. Burial followed in
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June 27 Palatka Post 45' : (2)* ..10 Palarka Amanda B. Varnes,89,died Sunday, May 11,after an extended :licJtiM
S... June ISue Quincy Post 217 (2) 5:00 Keystone 10_ ;t '
July 1 Oilnesvlllt Post 14 (2)* ..GO Keystone Born In Union Verne was a life long resident and DOUBLCKNITMtBM SLACKS >tC'"l!
Thftr. July 1Sat. Lake City Post 57 (2)* ..GO Keystone member of Johnstown Baptist Church. ;
July SOld Timer Game 4:00 Keystone Survivors include: five daughters, Mrs. Mary Toole of WUdwood, 6 8 8 MIWS"OOOERS BATH TOWELS a i
Tue. July Cincinnati, Ohio 7:00 Keystone Mrs. Martha Peacock of Groveland. Mrs. Doris Proesel of Port Saint 10 48 48 2.50
at. July 12 Cincinnati, Ohio 7:00 Keystone Lucy Mrs. Lanni. Boyd of Chattahoochee and Mrs. LennIe o:!.
Meoneyham of Lake Aaron W.Vames TeIIturtIIId iCodII *. Mare. tog style ki iI i
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July IS Deland Post (2)* 4:00 Keystone and Neal V. Varnes. all and Pitt Varnes of ; soSds and plaMs. I ....n-u. Nylon ./-. 100 .
at. July 1* Palatka Post 45 (2)* 4:00 Keystone sister Mrs. Fannie Bruner of Raiford; 14 grandchildren, 10 greatgrandchildren heal,eod sole. 7-1r. % cotton terryMSMCLOTHS..S2.M ...."
...July:20 Lake City Post 57 (2)* 2:00 Lake City and seven great-great grandchildren.. NrletiS11YBR3
11ft. July 21 Jacksonville Post 233 (2)* ..GO Jacksonville Funeral services were held Wednesday. May 14, In Johnstown Bap- ,.at
tist Church with Rev. James Lunday and Rev. C.F. Durrance of- .....
f rh July IS Rapid City, S.D. Rapid City S.D. ....'"
l II' followed In Varnes Cemetery under the direction of
at. July 14fun. Round Robin To rn.Frl. (2) Archer ,.rNw
July 27Frl. Home of Lake Butler. tIC x KVora

A.,.. 1-1 Districts Playoffs. ....-
Frl. Auf. 15-17 Australian All-Stars (3) Statesboro, Oa. Mrs. OWe Mae Smith -
Mrs. Ollie Mae Smith, age 67. who lived In Waldo, died suddenly at ....,
JDDoubloneader1Denotes her residence Tuesday night Mrs. Smith was born In McAlpIn, Fla., ...rs,
League Games October 19.1913, moved to Waldo In 1981 from Middleburg. She was a t tt
member of the Church of God. ,on
Survivors include: her husband Leroy Smith; one son, CarltonSmith .......
of Waldo; two brothers, Lonnie Sumner of Deland and Dewey .'...ft.
Union Pop Warner Schedule, Set't Stunner of Largo; two sisters Mrs. Jeanette Campbell of BI"OI1IIOQ.nd
Mrs. Mary Lou Moran of Lakeland; and two pandeh dren.
Stalk about early birdst Union Count's Orange Park for Division; Funeral services will be held at *:30 p.m. Friday; May 16 In the % LUBRICANT eve KILLERS '.......
pop Warner coordinator Mike championships. Chapel of Jones Funeral Home. Starke, with Rev. Melvin Drake, 'save up.to 39 OH CLEANERS YOUR ::"

garden has already set the football There wU! file teams from I pastor of the Starke Church of God.,. officiating.. Interment. will follow 01-514, CHOICe 1 .7.L, IC_
fthedule for the I860 season.. Union Co. In the area Pop;' In Santa Fe Cemetery., ......
WERe (/>TOlir' ...
The calendar Is follows:' Conference TYLENOL EXT A STRENt1TN.g, 'WERE!UPTQ.ao4f" .
| as Warner : Mitey 88. .
""--__ _u"_-___-- CAPSULES 60'.WAeys.S. a.- flying b tnMCllI ,M a .
Mitesfor ages- weighing WD4OayIuMoBrtte ..., ..
roach or o.Con
August 2, 1SDO- Registration and, ,less than-*, pounds;''Junior" 4 JOHNSON'S O2.WAS.i'1 BABY-.-.OiL--........,,.M_ 97. Shin,Pnetane olwews NPeIIent. .1fI'I1W.?
B-i up for players and cheerleaders. ,Pee Wees-' for ag tis ,,8-1G( ; ''OWl! UJ 'iWGJIIP! LMTEWNe ANTISEPTIC 24 OZ. .-li..1
V* and girls must be aged seven to" weighting lei than 85 pounds;. ("UmN2)WA8:_ .- .....1\ 1.59 ,AIR MATTRESS" ;: "1i""'! .
years old on August 1, to par- Pee Wees-, for. .agesVlt E/Call' St. Fla.964.5890: fl'RAlENTTAIIUTI ftft1I de ... ,!.If",
"'late. ( weighing 1 less than 100 pounda'andJr 438 Starke. 4O'eWASJ.III:': ..,- 1'54'' L. '11I 'l:::'
August 4- begins at RMCK Mklget...'ages 10-m StarQ.S OWfi'.rv'r CLAIROC PINAL NETnoz.WA8s.rr ""t
Prater, F-1** '* -* :._ WAS.J..i r _7
1C' weighing less th$h lift ptHtadft.;, .. ee ? .
n August Equipment sss -'13 and 14 year olds will play Old! Fashioned j \ / AGREE SHAMPOO IM. 27MTJ" bright print vtv w1r .1.
1 August Scrlmtoage with out offtwnteams. and cheer for the eighth!grade .. $- .CIZ. WM..1M:: --...i yt with butH-M DtMow.Pricos .'? to, tt(

IC I September. Via I bow In Green* t p0.team'Conference.In the CoIIlQt \ 'K q tw;: } *,iu.. :Qt ffte'
ova Springs. For additional tfI6.c i rte
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|Sertember 13- | Games. & --, Starks ....I.J.t..lllts. :..
GrdduafioffCiakes J J
i Novesnbes--15-; 3821 or 1 312 W"Madison 8t Hwy.,2t A 100May
>".0. Box U3( Lake Butler.
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:Dixie, Majoi ; \;;\\ Dixl Boys .1/1' .. .'.' ':'l' w : :' jf.i" dioalondea" |eweryt'!. Volntd. I orssei Ili.rking' '10m;. ,,'l ,
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The. Med:bIIAfif"' Brave 14-5'as. i The Starke Merchants j C,' ......:.'.. '__ ,,dl "1014'Ie. 1j 'he.l. $ r 'C\\..' n11ENari f sand r tbmPM'wov.. '

JMa&MnKkV; ouflt" batterlwhNe 'Merchants steamed'towan iFlleir'\ +e.1ar _....ayLnN" :.1r&.d1Oqp I/5..ts.........._ I Mr 1Jlttrrl nl.tlnchf 5/IA l"' .' Mif ad ..ed..Vefoptll J.j '

c1Ubb g jh ee hits/ for the wln. battle for first place Friday:M y4zo;A ,.<.,-.
nen; and ?:.ttW\ Giants bested the! at Westside Park .((3:45 p.mfIwlth! ." aI.b1Prn.M5.eh.rnN Wrlwe. a.JN Mi.w..'i kl/kf:' 1. JUM CM.*/ .HrtTW.. 111 ftl jl:..ru, <.*lerkr? .. a.,5- J rj '."I.1) :'.: 'I j.l. '. I / t 326561'apd s IiS/J"/" f WANt, : DI

Braves 117 with Glen Barnes banging wins. last week. 11,5.,17, erh..Mn5t5. Ir.. IitW r rn. "' ; MiSCELLANEOUSEHOREMASTIR :. ,
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1\$5.5 6. !
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."twodoublMKfor'thttOianta to.offset a- The Starke team scored fuur-fiifW! :''I. : r. 1 h' I L ,( 11. ... !(I t' I

homer for Brave Mike Chappel. In the bottom of the seventh to turn AUMMNUMt CARS.. ,6 raaoitANr' SWCIAIMTI BS
back the Civitans 5-4 as Ricky Welch Cl...... Tnwuap. Mry I' 0/ I_ ..: /1> ., '4( portable :boot lift* .or** n -..- plus'. Imlnlng' anduBttrvlttioR .
,.,.,..,...... and Timmy Nugent came up with key It.__" t I I l4"1 ". docks Call' tar. ..... <*......j; '1 'j.>I( ._.....- .ntteA.4 .lDdttWnl.I...,
.nvo. I .01. 0MM s I l .,.\ Weekday 47J-299SJ VHt t..ib.e. Amfceaeader W .. i or
1 C. I I 14VMI hits and then bombed the Olympians Peanuts contain Ale .nodtert ....t... TlreavC, ... ,,Sotac .....
wore protein'per weekend. 473-391. 4/1 f ;Mow"" .n J
... awfca.. CfcoMd Ma ...d 1J. William"' 3L 17-4 Tuesday as Wayne Slocum threw "f
pound than goad. Ae .la.-$350.473.3411, : ..XEI4i.nce .M. i hly.S1
Hampton ...O. WllllwM/ m am* a no-hitter and had a and two 'a pound of TFcha' I, i 1vMaf "
Mnt ..-... ..- Jam tnKh If.h triple REAL ESTATE teak. '\MeII./17 .........,'1Mey! ./ ''jtutcoI
.... sal OT4>w. ll.. D.hHmMlll 0. 0M/'"aIt. doubles at the plate while teamate AMERICAN LEGION MNOO oJ,' >'7.'J""YIIOUTH wmt'stcoin / ,.s.MIk.NIM. .. .t-- pars e.-

Jimmy Schoening went 4-for-4. The O'URSEGENE Highway 2) north talus>> .ngIna or portal 196' LI..f ) I I........"..: (With jtneclof

Lawtey team topped the Civitans 13-9 day 7 p.m' and Sunday\ )' ,,, ;Cpntlnentel) engine P; NaniiSg11$ ,...IB ,j"'d.'
T ,.....s /I
-- both L. Williams and E. Herndonhad ,, V Ru".t ,
Olawt 4 I 0"1' III as ,j 2 p.m. Public invltad.f( .and "" IIIIan. Valid d.lvWa.tI, n1. r.-
.<,. I Ill/ four hits in five at bats. Last REESE.INSTRUCTOR. 4tpd SXI-MT .......,:I'tto"_ :47:1..1-t: ,4Kl...d. ttyoH; fil,I'm' may. "

OlanMi al.. .Banna two..'.,Darni ClwmtlOT. ....... Tuesday the Olympians beat the JACK OWKWtt woe: MB- Mondoy1bwnday. 'tch ?:t}. \......lIfy..f.o..I". ef.V iay

0.." Wi.........!% .IS'.,Tamm P.*.... ...,1.5..21.C0..rw.s Civitans 25-14 with Mike Waters l.lcanaed Real, Elian BroKtr FOR SALE' 'S/1J, Ceeftly 'Contmunlkij j 's..-
.. The .
II. 0 a W' n "11.s. Don T.nnant SchoolOf
throwing a four-hitter while bangingout It.t t i '..... Cllllae, 913'Walnut'
...... MM.Caaap.l HA II C. Milliard M Iwa !.'., ., .
D.WIMMHW MM !.'.. JwMa WIII_. ... three hits himself. R.al Estate 3 Beautiful Lakefront estates. e {''f. ....' ,c_.. "!JfI.

Will Offer FOR .U.. FLItChg3/16 ..rtV
TWO ACRES noar SK-IOO'' i,1'
I4 Hour Post Deeming Course* J. 1 '

Jun. 7 a 8, 1'80 Owner Financing available. naar Kayatona H.lghto.5', .VACATION: ...10.LAIC. '" 'I "
SSSS CASH MONEY S55S $300 down, $6484 ,..? ; '
OOKLYN. Wotrfreteatt.clNIv '
July 12 & 13 month. Phon. 473-4058 t PERSONALSERVtCES
,... BM IIM arj 1 secluded Mlta.BslouUuf .c.i' \
For Air Aug. 9 & 10 ..,.... lost, .... tltM 473-4367 of I.. 6p.m..;,'' :'........' .. .LeaClfty.
9AeQ. Sept. I" & 15 ((104)| Us-TSe1f tfnchg 4/24 ,r .*..Banl. twlmmlng." skI4 y ,
ALUMINUM CANS All Days a.rn.-S SOLAR SCREEN ...... tl."o.. 'Compl.r;
Must Keeps out hoot, Mwa.-_r f......1......including'. fe4. .CA..H1'n. : w itl

Brookor Recycling pre-rcglHter .(ctrlclty povld.Jjprlvoey. >M J, 'Hwi pooltaW, alt lln_/",. ItomadvUng work. Mfahan,

to hold space fireproof' and very f, eMi ral air. .W.......di or- cahlnot. 'and'I", 'trim'

HWY. 18-Brooker. Fla. Stark. Chamber Commerce Bldg trang. For horn ', or*. lw.ak/yy. 901.173-272of... ..._..,: .o.ii.ble

Call for details bu.In.... For free.sMmaW' 4...hg 5V23MOOKtVN prices Cell Ed o..P fey Of
'r'stiL1 '
Each Saturday RM to 5 PM 473-7076 J 1 l 11'Nl + call C. Hurt or E. McKlnfMI!(' K S V S T 0 H' ''''. LAKEitl' : i 4iaa77.nrfia5r,
47S-1255 t I II : ? :
at 473-2333 or 473-2384. traar AlCOMOUC AMONVnVtPUSlCiend

Cash In Yoiur Hand For Aluminum Cans Evenings 473-3265' Spp 4tchg 5/136/5 :prtkrata ajiacuMva offlcl_ maxtlng* M4ir\cI zy Bp

tryC.ntral. Completely: lumlahwtJ ....., Oiwv. nM.ibtA 6,, Fr"
15 SETS of Simmen5-...... J lair w.-.f."" toy B p.erne Alanan Jrtftndoy

tr..... and box Iprlnai! ,fdoubl fieklyti-e n O.o"tl\ly", a, S .....!.' Mallow. .MflM toy i

/ ------- bed size, good condition 9W473.2720.'Hshg 511.2t ; p...., ''AH m*.(litgi In

$35 for both ploto fc OFFICE OIlIHOP:SPACE of ti' Eduetlanal..UdlnQJo.; ....,

Heavy duty bed from**'.I .'_Btv.1. Haul to AnFarmariy Ii"y \ 5/1.

YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THESE $10 aach. Oak bunk OMfaj ,DoIita.+ El. .,)( CChurclI.Mn4..,' -110m.

complete with bedding. 1 is:..C.r41mic Shop. Ptrondt beeirwins ....... 2ncl. Cortnlant -
1173-411 a1hp/.R 5/13 617 .kc.'tl..tlor .
old draiserl with 'n>.tnrof.y : p.opl.WDlking4iR

old deik. baby ...... Inn old j J ; :, fOiII..ViIIe''.
GREAT OPPORTUNITIES .IN LAST WeiTern Auto building FOR _$TNnCto.rt n-.t.f fporter. : ft, Geed ........... -Call
'E ,,121.2936.... b .
half-way between KM and e..nt ...'..r. .p..JlJchg.
$/'!!' -
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iweslaer. }
Melroie on SR-21 and 2IB.!'\+ pressure .
1 _ro. .tlU.,. '-0 ,.6 ,): ,OIIUI' iA".Tw":
GAINESVILLE SUN p.m.-6 p.m. Montlort ..oidoNtICMlto and cowwn/cti; y Mn. n Blh. ..t wlkh. to
SUNDAY'S Saturday. Itchg 5/13. 'I.
1l_ .ool... KEYSTONE REsp ,Ipq Bids thy.cat* ;4pr-
", os/wufsn.b..... .
OLASTKON SKI 1OAT-I6'. TAtJ, Hwy.' :SItAta NolltI4. t
135HP ,. rj 291'yFc:. ; +'1t ynV Tvw Mracl<*)"a) dayami
Mercury powark ,.JuncM prowlda401Calf
CLASSIFIED SECTION. trim bilge pump and? t' 4a..;
cover Excellent conctitionJr! duoitt LIP TN_11115ii1ARM 1b0eJy.w.r'*{ ..2179.I .
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52895. 473-3202. rtncha5.: '*". you crem..dand I
I PtuMNRtQand
3/13 ...frkbd In your tiny.- \. :
..._....? D... yovrvJan4llafrd Ii r.p.lr; DIa.coll
WINDOW A/C UNIT double- tjlI4hts.ncail,37bt094tyoktclrg
The Sun's Classified'section and tingle bedi lafei) lockjf hlnd r. 'our''f'' $ .
Shop 'llfwiyto "lv. now life toe --} /1,5f.7
box ,
: jaloulie ;wlndowvXt I :
I'JCKI.. "ilh. aoarimanlAdwoMar. .1III IJgSONSl glil4rlTlSrfunkt
link 'and commode !bM.F :
jSpcxIaul; and Mdrow dbyi5'PaRtca ,
Norlh.a.t tide- of LIlt', 'roamy i l 2 A 3 badroom. ., S.aM*>.Cll 47 2610
Lake Santa F., wet* of' models with that .
for payments *
every day great shopping values Hwy. C-2IB. iPh- *n.J. "r.. li..apar than ronnmlthjJUan i .
4 P .
473-2443 between' a.m.. **.**! paclat llmmc't T .'I' .t,. .
and 4 p.m. tlpd 5/15 5 Ma jr:ni- We hum earn.' .
SKI, FISH AND FAMILY ITt to move into now.it'; :HOMES;K;
COCKTAIL MECHANIC Sa RVICE STATION ATTEN trl-hull boat Johnson 85HPii !'"Cail( -Ice .HARMS AFranOAMLi \'
: 7.
waitress/Walter e.rtvnd.r. Keystone Heights Area UANT 10 hours per week. 11 40 with depth-finder JahoiIroliing : HOMeS 327w.. l''
....,.. -FOR
C.oen'and 7 a.m. Minimum elperl.nte par hour to Paid vac Non. SAtf
37;V06NBRALOFFICB Call 475-1349 Apply In Demon: Shell Station* motor, drlva-anjl- Call St.; Stark. Fl. Call ii
,. 1 I-/5 and WHIliton' Rd ." lf64.9U3 anytlma. S/1-s t
COLLeCTOR. Dot1 trailer and other'' .xl.o, ;
Medical Secret air /RKep On/st( .
lion for "" ..'...nr"DOlno:; 5.1. to work. In OpthWimoiooist's D- DSincere/ personable' salesperson touchei.:' Phon. .ltche;' Slil. ," 'i 1 ,mew
Ion To C.II ,lob flee Send ,. 1o Box F>HH finer lady's f Full 173.3969.ltphg3eInS1T j
ACTION,.1151U.'! 12p1 NW,144/1L a., Svn .Pre-wer ors ", .,Fl3.+02> *.-\1..'.tirL" only Bonfl iumw O.olntRIQMOJ -- 3B1.4W/A.31535'1$3$ :.

T O /'' SI 5.l, F0 nn0Mlableann5' ;;" "..... MBO/CAi. SEORE. .TARY j U0rA.} 5.E/t/r' ;, 1 i1sunaevrrawer: m.l.. = o 's of, .:..bed) yanl chain IIn1 ian '.-.
S d... "'.._''Y. 6 hour. O.IIW /rJ'v: .:'.:fP.se I Itent or u clerical0,'; J6 STAIF NURSES Car..r Position Avail. ; ; 0a) x436 ft1Lots 's.: .... ,"t'ln'N ,,W.l" t/IWd./ .

Nice oersoneilty to word, with .W0I.or_.dvw good 6OCWPM.wonkina' In.lIn.condition.. skills. needed SAnsvme-,. to laM.fl.,.. RN'S A LP I; Aoply In person.Convalescent ; Restricted for 1850 sq.ft.6lhinlmum' 2_ ga sga., w.IL' "tgrg.
JOB ACTION. 37ft-a30O. 12O4 NW L'e of Calnat- ''
customers.. Accurate kills J71-301I 13lhSt *1 Fea*fiollable terms villa/ J2SO SW 41 Piiece' .'A | lSL| building iem4ly/dliWng i ipe wont 8>::3/4
/. Call WYndo3734711:. MAID needed for apt complex. .'An unllmH 4 h'Thor .....a5.e ent l ata
Snelllno e. Snelllno. No cost or .LAW Office' needs qualifiedacretary SECURITY &UARO-mutt. size In Bradford martabg,
0.11011OrU0111/ placed. Must have work as a .' .. 11.1 ....... County I
Service f.wfl.ntT minimum yearslegal ii night work. Apply /In --Va-, .y *w.;;'",
maid The
charge guaranteed 9O days. ADDS: 1731 anoerlence Salary' commensurate c.son Mon Rrl between*1 A 2 A Well, .......
Place with ability 3764675BUS Rm.o'o Star, 238 w. Unlversl-, :' :;Trel.1a, ;. vA .'OO.Ii..3j230': or377.570'1g

HAIRDRESSERNEEDED NEED6O. PCRSON full tlm.. Mon. AtK tor Carl '_n"'I\I'' Sl-j 4/241.(15( I
IMMEDIATELY Full or ROfemarvBesu1V pert time Apdv In Shop Per- thru Frl. 9 to 4 Salary' plus tips PERSON WITH aH" a If you) want to really work 1 .
CALL 37S-I3Q1 ton: SE Hawthorne. Rd Apply In person: SovereignRestaurant. TERMITE LICENSE WANTED.CALL.37SH17J J
2233 CALL 473-3114: ..1..51
12 SB 2nd Ave t Ottll <. 4 IR.'U balk:

11:5: fli"plac*. .one fulI..ocr
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'70TOYOTACPLICA. 1979 CUTLASS SUPREME DATSUN B2IO' HATCHBACK. Redfaaret'SERVICES. ; O'vlDo' .$7f-7M 1.14 hn. down. fori...uolifl. .d uY.

Hatchback Low mileage, new Brougham dl...,. 24 cltv-31 1976 vinvl' roof rustprooflng ,.ay".n.t itudarf $30manrti.
ii / tires AM/FM ...,. air hwY AArVFlvVf track CO atereo.power good condition. 6.c.lI.n' mpo .t. Available 9O
5131CB. UM regular gas SZiOO negotla- day
t 1V3JOO J7 -'711 Of J73 1 leather seats :
secret S730D 376)e 1. sdyr5.ohIr ale 775-s691.n5r 6 Sturteni MOBILC HOMRSCRYICat .. Phone .oiI+iarri.. ,.:(.55

'77 TOYOTA 4 speed,COROLLA S.295OHARFREO 'OROFAIRMOH' "" DATSUN R710. Sedan 33: ,. or 473-9(33.( : 5/15. 3tchHOPP.
AUTO ANNEX .4 door. 4 cv/Inder..bou/ MPG. oood condition must sell.2AW 473- d4lO f
1948 N M.'n"' miles. s2DO ......... ....men'. naootlaDle 372....' after .. 5/29.4 .K
197' OLOMOBILe CUTLESS 78-9BJ3 377-4373 of SISSol. D5rmonrh.776-2403 StudentDattun or'

e Cru/.r I .r/ a.W.yon elm ,: Blue/ ,I power, 1973 FORD WINDOW VAN. 78 c.t'no": ; ",. I7.OOO : 6210, 1977 Creatgasml., | 47 3Repairs -s2sZ wfr
cant//lOnlna. :
automatic air.Audiovo
V M/"M Small 302 engine, good tires ** ml-2 tone : seats Hatchback *t>ort c

Ilan. asking,f1tl1o.84400.fceifent Cmlt 7 77-4 condl 73 2 0110.5IrI'..,.table custom, bed.'.God' windows...... ".000* locks 377; ....,Am/fm. student cas condition' FM. Aq cassette kl Student. EMcaltant.wtORVfcTTS /... lottabtg Of Major /

1970 Delta Royel' .-<*oor. bucket condition.' SI.100 4;1 463.ev. 1974 GRAN PRIM / _3/ _._7/l_ J TOPP.TRBCKiS!
i cw.Oi., owner 1* mpo, Coupe, 47.OOO Electric Appliances
"d'v:: 1977 DODGE Van 1ft MPO.' automatic I owner excellent cortdltlen J'.J. '
must see & i .. In : I Many l ;
35.000 miles' fully custom- powar windows FM atereo ,
915.1 peas l'Powcr break Serving Bradford A .
spected: 175O. 377-3IQQ.student I.... 0511 new lire.. mutt r//. SJ3QO. 378....' :: /tteerIriji -
S3oO>C 462-1273. "U"n' al. Muff MM+ SS20O 379 3Jee '
7 Firebird, rebuilt ......... auto 69 fONTIAC LCMIANS! ", ..on. .
matic small :v-a, runs well CHEVY LUV mach 1441 condnlnn COM VET TC 1979 ft
: Lawf nce Blvd k. .ton.
need body word, and. dent wlr/ : Good ll'iCk.r,: : : VRM MOM..n 0 Dark blue All options., I.000 .
Ing,moor best 3'9',after Call 373-3893 Student. or 0.1 ....,. 374.'12. mdpl 0. miles: immac: Ylah. 0.''''. 1
Call 3B 37

.. FILL LIJIERJIC3C | i Extra f LoWPric&ai/ I

E' McCollum .f Ran. I

FMA ib VA new homes reedy ion By Owner 3 BR 2 bath, 13 X 6OKIVtaeRLY 1-69l'-2814 .
yournllrlor falfC//Onf and Northwood: new. paint Inside' 2 BR. front kllcrten, set up In < I 9 j. .:.
wash your home 44 It orowslDouglas out cent air, hens.',InrOe covered > park fk triad wlltt an ewnlno5MO 1 :CBrtf "
a '''"'', 'InC patio fenced verd. armtnhoute. > 373--M7S Calla: CARDIM OOI B64-8T80
/'f., low: essumable mortgaoe.S33.0OO MclntoclH: Flax.: ..PsAliJCTI :/

4 %_ FOREST RIDGE. B. .ooa'nlm..I.n-1I. _. 197 ARA 12X52 ,. .
/M3 .R.2D1/h. 2400 so ft. BUY NOTHING' DOWN-VA. .BR. i bath '
A9 9OO 12%. owner financing' 1 BR home l1''' bam a'm.'oc.' Alr. hra1. eor""t. 44950 771.130
'B2iNWat2Terr: 3'.-.... I/on.3m/l.f/ out. ."......

BY OWNe -NEBq, 7 belr. Call.owner 4663763.BY 19REDMAN RAMINGO 1 ; N E
nice' closets Near schools. and OWNER II 560. :3l 1"2 .sibs InCludef
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. .HELP" WANTED FOR RENT LADY NEEDED to answer BABVSITTIrlOi Anv".....Our ?.........1. Do It yourself balance/ $47 .r $".00 per .S3M addressed.PER 1.004. Guaranteed ENVELOPES. QUALIFIED 3 BR. 2 ........
1971 MUSTANG Bi V 4,
house or your Two AC. and so,.. Installation mo. Singer Athena Electronic ...
P"tak. massage*. W. furnish the and a bunch of extra -
.. .1 MM EXTRA MONEVl I At .THRU MMOOMHOUMiOn and. outdoor dune. Mint teenoD* g1r1Tobl. 16 and AM/FM Hatchback. Black. .available.. Free .."_. 2000 sewing and .nv.lop.National cell_' far 40000. RALPH
homo, good pay. No ax.perlanca large. lot. Cpll 496-3796 Ang.la4.. Ph... Floor shift. $1900. Phone Co. _. model postage.
, bo able to drive. ....... HandyMan .nc. machl The best 2024 Freedom Blvd." BRYAN IlEALTOR..17IfI
I ""' ''lGoy. Send ahor 6 p.m.3/1 TFN 7823991. Itpd VIS. ....7094. SItS 2tdtg. S/32. S33-272I. Itchg S/IS. 964.8599. TFchg Orlg. price$950. Will taketrade. Dept.
FORO LTOi PS F-40. Freedom CA 93019. ANYTIME. Itchg S/19.
I. for opptlcotlons, R.I.A. 1172 AC ,
LIMEROCKi 20 semi
room CLERK TYPIST Job yd. 9648512. 9/8
.. P.O. Box 552 Lak. Butler. In homo opening IOUITAR LESSONS Flat pick. Clean. $700. 1231 Butler S/B 2tpd 5IS.' Z4xU MOBILE HOME 3beutooin
In lake
private loads ALLEN E.
13 only.
May 1980 Duties !Include 9/19.
/ Fl. 32054.: TFN 3/20 chg. lutler.' Maturo, nonsmoking Ing. fing.r-styl. and Road. Stark 964-8375. Phono 2lchg .3 bulli 4 ton AC.
operating switchboard TAYLOR lawtey. LIQUID CHICKEN PERTRJZSRl
/ PAET-TIMEiPiece' work rhythm technique. Phone. Itpd S/15. HOMES drops and carpet. Very
. Webstar. Am.rica'sr .....erred.working Close/ to person RMC. typing, filing and ,....7076. SItS 4tchg ft/S. ,1979 CHEVROLET Silverado 782-3173. TFchg $12.00 per Ion. Delivered cl_... Phono 782-3234.
other clerical dunes. For TOWEL OUTLET colorsend
' 'f_, dictionary com reasonablo rant. Call 4x4: Loaded. $6890. PHone and spread. 6 tons per FOR SALECOSTBUSTER Itpd 5115.LAKlVI.W.
. pan ....... ........ workeri 496-3247 late .v.ni more Information contact FOR RENT 964.11807.5/15 2tpd 5/22. priced right. Also /food. Call Bob 468-1320 for SUBDIVISION
ngs. Florida Sto. EmpaymantServlca. / used.
other Hems new and
Information. 4/24
to update mailing 3/19 Itchg Starke. Phone near Keystone available/
II.,.. All age. experience 4 MDROOMi Red brick ....1092. Itchg S/IS. PALMS APARTMENTS Furnished rVUSCElLANEOUSWE'RE Brk-A-Broc Shops Hwy 21 5/15. BLOCK HOMESPAVMINTS soonl I Pick your color 3
.......--y. Send name, home. SR." and 121. Call oHtcleocles. and 1 Keystone. GENERAL NURSERY STOCK BR. 2 bath brick von..,.
address p........ number to Ruby Dobbs, Jo". U opII.. waokly or monthly. MOVING. Free to MICROWAVE Special Priced. Houseplants AS LOW AS garage. lake access to
;:.W...._, I7S Sth. A..... J-387-1908. 9/19 Itcho PERSONALSERVICES NEW FURNISHED good home. Dog. Vi OVENi New: .left" In """a- _half price. O.C. .1....*' .. Bedford Lake. Law 140'..

Suite 1101.1590-A. New FOR SALE STUDIOS. monthly' only. Cocker Spaniel gentle, way. Balance $227 or Cornea Nursery 23 ml. SE SOME AS LOW AlIINT'Am. low Interest H you qualify.'
:York. N.Y. 10010. S/8 S/IS ... $16.00 per ma. Ph. of Storke on Hwy 100 at
2313 N. I. .... Stork. shots, spoy.d. Phone .3% DOWN.FOR Contact Stevenson Construction
1974 TOYOTAiWIII trade lo' 9648512.Will deliver.5/15 Horohome, Ph. 659-2165.
OSIER SILL$ SAW SHOP Compl.t. TFchg 9646389. 1 tpd 5/1S. QUALIFIED BUYER Co. Phono
ENVELOPES addresed. riding lawnmower. 3/IJ sharpening service, circular NITCNENETTSSi Ono BRapartment 2tchgV22.JWMEEL 4/24 otchg 5/29. ....50116. 5/15 TFchg.
' furnish envelope* and blade hollow utilities. included. ed. Bird (brand). Driven and
.. chain mower Totally hp. Vinyl top 3 B 4 bedrooms 2 both, everything Including 4 BR.
.postage. National 2024 price approximately 112 and balanc.d. lurnlahod. lass than 10 hours.Socrlflc. .
ground W..kly monthly many deluxe accessories. AC/CM. Rang and livingrm.
.bath. location
2 fireplace.
Freedom Blvd. Opt F41Freedom. yards Antron III, peppw leave at Jackson Building rat... TEMPLE MOTEL. PRKRS PAID for used .S3SO or best offer. Just Ilk* nowl Call Carpeted. Call today
t CA 93OI9. "1 brown. Call 4963859. 5/' Supply Starko or Keystone. 889 N. Temple Ava.. mobile,. homo If mortgage Phono 782-3991. Itpd 3/IS. Gainesville 3763619. TFN 964-3333 anytime. lot, double garage
.. S/IS 2tpd.'MONEYMAKINO. NOTICE/ I FINAL CLEARANCE Hts. TFchgALCOHOLICS Starke. Phono 964-7357. hi 3/. paid or more.OLIN'S PRISM VINE RIPE SINGER FUTURAl Repossessed torage. Now S97.7OO.

.r'I .' OFPOR.TUNITIBSiS3S6 ol. all trunks-foot lockers, ANONYMOUS 9/90 TFchg. MOBILE NOME SALES. TOMATOES 40 to 60* per wo one of Singers AFFORDABLE 327 W. Call HOMES 51. RALPH BRYAN REALTOR.
w..kly g., tot. bogs. gar MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE "' .5606. Open 7 day. pound. Phone 964-S847 or best models. Zlg 964-8788 anytime. Itchg
rant logs Storke Fl.
guaranteed. Work two bags, attache cases, Phone 964-SI48 or 9647619.TFchg .. HOME PARK mobIl.homes weekly. TFchg 9645377. On Edward Rd. dams makes 9/19.
f ,fmun dally at home. (S178 .tc. Jims Furniture 459 and specs for...... ........ WANTED! Mobil. homo axle S/IS 2tchg 522.IICO.D. monograms stitches 3/1 3tchg 3/13. PSNNEV FARMS 2 nextdoorproperties.
' for one hour dolly.) Free Main St., Lak. Butler. REMODELING BUILDING. 468.2912.TFchg and tires. Will pick up. .. buttonholes, stretch 2 MR HOMES an comer 4-9 BR 2 Ba
Bill Munroo.Maria .
* .brochur -R.I.A.. P.O. Box Florida. Call 4962983. REPAIRS New kitchen, EFFICIENCY APARTMENT OLIN'S MOBILE HOME doe.II all. Originally lot. With go.ebo" and many extra, and 2 BR, I
552 B, Lake Butler, Florida Ztchg 9/8 315SATHROOM baths family .......... Brick Exceptionally clean' andwall SALES. 9645606. Open 7 Haggard. loretta B.J. old for over $700.: Pay oft largo utility, building. Rentals bar paneled throughout.
. 32054. 9/8 TFN. FIXTURESlTub. block. concrete. Flroplocospecialists. maintained newly" days a week. TFchg Lynn. Faran Young. balance of 8144.10 cash or bring good Income. Owner financing. Phone
commode and sink. Real Grlffl Con refurbished and himlshed, CASH FOIl COINS Cold Thomas. All records newly assume payment of $39,900. Ph. 9i4-7262. S/l 1-929-9417. Itchg 9/19.

. PERSONALSERVICES cheap.Coil 496-3761.2tchg .structkm.' ....... 473-2108 $140 mo. THE COVE liver. sterling, dental released. unplayed. $2.50 $1280 monthly. To see. 3tchg 515.OWNER OUAUFHOt Brand new. 3
::. 5/155/22. or 473-2978. TFchg APARTMENTS Phono gold. OF scrap (ewelry optical to $3.SO. Coma to Under. call credit manager collect WANTS TO TRADEhis BR, 2 bath and abouteverything
NORTH CAROLINA MOUN- SEWINO MACHINE 964-SO6S for Information. frame*, etc. J E. Bull- wood Restaurant.3.5 miles 9O4-376-4467. S/19 TFchg. 3 IR house In Stork for sensible
1i I CUSTOM MADE TAINSitO acres Ideal for REPAIRED! All make 4/24 1FN.APARTMENTS.. Ington 964-62SO TFchg. North of 5.......an US-301. DISHWASHER Portable or a doublewlde mobile would a expect person for

DRAPSRIESlFreoestimate small farm or anything, you cleaned oiled and ad- Reasonably! WANTED TO RENT Small 2 Phon. 964-7IB4. Itchg bullt In. 24" wide. Harvest homo. Wade Behr. .....er. $53,900. RALPH BRYAN

, : *. local want to use It for. All lusted. $10. Work priced. Sat Bel AirApartment to 3 BR house preferrobly! S/IS. Gold. Like n_. $200. 782.3973. 9/1 TFN. !REALTOR ....1711
, distributors for completely wooded border a good guaranteed ".m.. US 301 South.. 'In the country. ASAP. TRACTOR DMCSt Double set. ........964-8621. Itpd 5/15. TWO YEAR OLD HOUSE on ANYTIME. Itchg 9/19.
:washable nationally gravel CId which give access. Strickland comer MorganRd. Lawtey. altar S PM Recponslbl couple with" Mode for 3 point hitch. 199 STARCRAFT CAMPER 2'acre.. Lowttty ocvtf HOMES
Plenty of Mt. laurel. and 16. TFchg weekdays. TFN child. Please call 964-9608 $135. Phone 964-9381 attarS pay
I advertised Gard..... Hwy Trailer,sleeps 6, good con Only' $1500 dawn. Wade ? ANNIVERSARY
. .*.Draperies. SOW Enter.I Plenty, ol wild game In the BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK. BRADFORD 'VILLAOE alter 6 p.m. 9/1 TFN. p.m. Itpd SIS.REPOSSESSED dition. Phone 4311960. Behr more
Broker 782-3973 sit
nearby for.... Owner WANTED Dead or Allvel SPECIAL: Purchase your
I :prl.... Ed or lomaStephens. SERVICE Pump-outs. APARTMENTSi (Taking application Amana S/132tpdS/22. TFN.
needs to sell this tract commercial On SR furnished Usad wash.rsI homo from COMMUNITYand
4962219. Residential. *) microwave oven: Only 6 RANKS Phone 964-9332. .
S/t/BOTFN. $".500.00. Terms 2000.00 and Industrial. Fully ,licens AC. carpets wall.4 refrigerators. Any condition. ....... old. Under warranty., 15 5/22. WHAT YOU ALWAYS wo will .help make
I REASONABLE Small.... down_aum. loan.. ed. Phone 9648121. TFchg .......... patlo. ......... Wa will pick up. $184 cash or take overpmt 51 2tpd WANTED .but THOUGHTyou your payments for 12 mo.
Mountain cabin with Phono 964-7616 couldn't afford Framed COMMUNITY MOBILE
HOMES BUILT remodeled or 9648601. 5/1 TFN. or
and. limbs trimmed.
cut or of $".11 monthly.
I g Reasonable rat*. Call fireplace. Dandy garden repaired. fireplace kitchens TWO BEDROOM HOUSE %..7336. S/B 4tpd 5/29. Whl.*.'. Sewing and Appliance YARD SALE to lost 3 SR. 1 bam HOME SALES. US 301
Tony 431-1114 after 6pm.BABYSfmtrQiln spot. This I I. a handy man plumbing and electrical Partially furnished SMALL PtltPWOOO TRUCK S.W. large IR large formal dinIng North.Open to dusk. 1 to
home special, because It Is not work. Phone Wad.bhr 473-2108 or 4737042. Phono. 4311217. S/IS 2tpd .room largo kltehan.pon.1 6 on Sunday. Phone
r babies between my.... finished. Inside, roughed Building Contractor. K..5/1 2tchg VIS.' ,5/22. Archer. Rd., Gainesville. FLEA MARKETS Ono day on walls carpet vinyl" 9648741. "1 TFN.
ages wire and _. 37.-..... S/15 TFc g. ly. Saturday May 17, 9
"' ',of 3 week to 6 months. plumbing com L 7823973. TFchg. FURNISHED APAIIITM.NT.Madam. oak floors. PLUS 380 sq. ft. CONCRETE BLOCKl Brick
J pleted. Wat.r and the outside inr.mod.ling..cr FORSAIE RCA tf COLOR TV New a.m. to 6 Parking lot .
Call 4964388. 5/IS llehg. CARPENTER! specializing carpeted ,1 BR p.m. storage bldg.. solar hotwater trim. 1786 *q. It. living
YARD SALEiFrlday and Is completed. Large .n rooms heat/air, private paved Vista consolo model. adlacent) to Hardy'. system, sidewalksand a.... 3 or 4 IRs 1'Ai baths,
Saturday 10 a.m. till 6 deck overlooking mtns. sun decks, concrete and parking security door FENCING All kinds, hog. ...........ed. Pay balance/ Salvage. 301 North. 9 acre of land.All this separate dining room. eat.

p..... 5.11I. 121.2 1/2 miles You can live In )It while you block work. Phone Bud and lock. No children or wire, welded wire, barbwire duo iefT40 cash or Cancelled H raining. Itchg for only $...OOO? YES, In kitchen. WW carpet.
finish It 9 miles from 964-7"6. 3/28 Call 964-B36S assume of $20 mon
west of Roiford across RR up. TFchg or applet chain link pint 3/19. RALPH BRYAN REALTOR CH/A. Franklin fireplace.
Murphy. 824.500.00. $9.000 NEED YOUR BIKE EEPAIRED BSO N. Tempi. Ave. wood ; thly.' Under warranty. YARD SAlli Children 964.6788 ANYTIME. .
track. Go and electric Itchg Like new. On 2 ecrs.Owner
down and assume loan. Suzuki of Stork. offer 5:30. S/B VIS. free estimates. MANNING and
Bring to 2chg White Sewing Appliance clothe, In good condition.
stove: refrig.rator, some 9/19, financed. $34.000.
These. or. a few of South. Phon. for ... FENCE CO.. '4734822. .
over U.S. 301 STARKSi Home .1. 3 Center. 3927 S.W. Miscellaneous Item, from
furniture, cloth. etc
2000 listings W. have all 964-6020. Repair on all BR. 2 BA brick veneer. Keystone. TFchgWATSON' Archer Rd., Gainesville.. all
dross hop clothes
Itpd 3 BR 2 BA, I'ploce O heat ....1788. ANYTIME. Itchg
types' of property from mak. and models of located In exclusive I HOUSE 6F 3764466. S/IS TFchg cheap. Flea Market buyers -
$90000 per acre and up. __I... 4/17 TFchg Saratog H.Ights. VACUUM Many brand NIW AND USED FURNITURE pump. Over 1248 so.' ft.. 9/13.-
INSURANCE w.kan. SoihIrday. May Walk lo school. VA.fHA.. ..T. OWNERf Completely
We hove small .
tract; w. ODDS AND ENDS WORKl.Pointing Payments $325 ma. of voctfum.r Used. ,
new and 'appliance.Ford I .....; to 5 1129
17. p.m. Conventional 5% down remodeled. .1... one Imlll.
I also have several cabin*,I ,' plumbing Minimum' mos. ...... machines available. Part* rocker BARGAIN
MAINIS houses old formes etc.Write carpentry rooting etc. Call 964-HM otter 430: for-,all Bossent Road Starko.Itchg financing. Don't miss this. Family Room Fireplace.
160 S. Lake A..... Lake or call lor free listing Free estimates. Ph... S/B 9. and accessories CENTER. US 301 South 5/IS.GAIAGIIAL.. Ready to move In by June Screened porch. Central
Butler.4963978. Complete brochure. You can call free 9648196.. Sits 2tpd 3/22. iwO. 48 TEAHJKlCotsVCfitofiff vacuum systems. 404 NW 964-6679. TFchg ..Griff I loop. 19. SHOWN BY Heat 4 Air.Nice CLot
Insuranc Service TFN 10th Av., Gainesville, PLUMBING FIXTURES windows Friday and Saturday 9 to 5
of 1 8OO
charge by dialing MATURB WOMAN will to shopping APPOINTMENTCalilDb In Saratoga Heights. 1021
' 'EVERYONE IS INSURABlEl 43* 7421. Write or call to babysit" In my home or c__. No children 'orpets. ......... 376-711O. g doors pipes plus p.m. Follow signs. Itpd Harris today W. Pratt St. Phone

'" Immcdlat cov.rog. by day. Cherokee land Company yours weekend and Phono' ......'0. Itpd. 10.000 other Items now at S/IS. 964-9933 ANYTIME 9649639. Available Now.
phone. JOE USH"AG.NCY..2126 Murphy N.C. 28906. nights. Phone altar 6 p.m.. S/IS. Bargain Cantor US 301 YARD SALE Clothes and 327 W. Call St 9/1 TFN.
or 3/15 5/22 5/29 6/5 7tpd. ask for Ann. 96479O6.llchg TWO BEDROOM mobile FOR SAL South Storke. TFchg mlscallaneou. Home In Stark
496-2903.TFN 5/15. home) on Grlfil Loop. 177 CADILLACOR ELECTRIC TABLE MODEL teriors and gifts. Scratch ifchjj
SISTER, JEANt Spiritual ad R.f.r nc.. No pet. SAW Equipped for 220v and dent sole. Saturday. 9 MOBIL HOME I 1971 Villa
visor. On all problem. of Deposit. P........ 9648816. Itta LINCOLN electric. S2M. Sat Bradford a.m. until. 1103 Pratt St. 12x92. 2 BR. Call after S
Roberts .. Phone for appt. Itpd 515.SniPiNG. CALL '"-7." Telegraph. 135 W. Itchg S/IS. p.m. 7823142. 3/13 2tpdSM

782.3991. Itpd S/IS. ROOMS TV. rail__... Ciwt_. n*__. OA4.A.1O___ _no*._ TC.n .
2tchg 9/19-22 J
SEWINO IN MY NOME refrigerator hotplat.
21. Real Estate Phone%..7094.S/IS 2tchg Very reasonable, by week ,I'

S22.1.5ci.ft.Micrav.v. or month. Underwood MOBILE HOME
Motel 3.5 mile north of
988 N. Temple Starko on US-301. Phone INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS RffardblHamII
,I' 964.7184. S/IS TFchg.CLEAM .
stock. TRAILER 14x60. No
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