Bradford County telegraph
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04260
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 29, 1982
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04260
 Related Items
Preceded by: Starke telegraph

Full Text
. ---- .>".. .- ._.. -- '" .. .' .- ..., .- ,. .. ...... .. .. .. '. .. .' .. .. > f -iI> .. ..

I 1 '" h I ,"I'i,i/ ,) ,)I/ Irt! t

'.J 'L I'' .
J' I, '/'I. ,'I ; ; ; i I
I 'i i i 'r'f t4) PK'LiQ) /
OF RARYil.l /
FtA. "IJ
I ,
v I I i r .
1.// < ; r, I I TaRY


Outside. *.'' '
i 'i
t'\ ,
Cool nights and warm days with a chance of showers will be caused by I Inside.. : ':', ).
the weather front that is moving southeast through North Florida. HI "i :11.'
i Thursday April 29,will see a high of 00 degrees and a low of 60,or in the TWO S.dlons u,,! i ::1" ....
mid to upper 70'., end 40 percent chance for showers. So what's new? SECTION ,,, ., : <,:t'l.! ;"
The front could turn the skies overcast and it could cloud up and rain by Now. ... .' . .Pogoi II.3n. :/t
Friday night.A Editorial ... . .. .. .Peg.\41Society. trgrap1.
half-inch to an inch of rain in the showers that fell in the early part of ..IM| .f, .. .,.,.".. ',*, r.
the week added to the nearly 7 inches of rain that had already fallen in peril.,. ..,, .,.Y. . .".1114 .'..
April. The some 8-lnches of rainfall in April doubled the month's 10-year L.yab.u, .. .. .-. .. ....Pag. 10 'j'

average of 3.78 inches. r
The showers caused strawberries to rot and slowed production in the .
Mrs. Sandra'' (Mrs. L.M.) Norman they are scrapping ,SECTION ft\
county about 200 flats- ,per day':Some fields have already reports been turned over to the 'N.w. Brlafi.. ,.. .. .. .,.". 4Obltuarl TheSweeleat Strawberries This Side of Hfqven
could increase ..*.. .". ... . .,."..3.7
public. U the showers let up the warm sun rapidly berry
103rd: Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
Clos.IH.d..P.9.) 10.11
production. The crop is not over yet If,the weather will cooperate. 39th Issue Thursday April 29, 1982 USPSM12700Parking

.. ,
", q Y N q /
Y e. *c ..

; 2 Administrators :

Ir Reshuffled Due =

\ To Error in Title

An error in the title of the new position previously approved by the
: director of personnel approved April school board, but never filled.
19 forced the Bradford County School The personnel director will\ be titled

,. -r. I M a .M 4* +rr, "+ C a1 : ; thf Board to rescind its action in an and advertised as"director of person-
a tyuxP emergency vote Monday night, April nel services and secondary curriculum
and instruction."
1 title of the personnel directorhas Casey said he wanted to broadenthe

RKIN never been approved by the job, so that it would be closer to ..
A school board, Supt. Tom Casey explained the job of the assistant or deputy
and since the title is new a superintendent the board has twice
1 ti job description must be written and refused to fill. ,
yy Pp yryA w Mw..+wri the position must be advertised The job discription will require nine
before it is filled.In years of experience as an administrator -
April 19 action, the school board as dues the job description
approved for the 82-83 school term the of the deputy superintendent's title -
dr d Ay'r r new county-level position of personnel Casey said. That eliminates all
director and approved the appointment but veteran administrators from
i of current Starke Elementary assuming the personnel director's

-%, -1 1rM Principal Charles, Francis to fill the post.Had
new post. the job desription been left
Current Bradford High assistant more open, more county employees
J V rh, principal Charles Thomas was namedto would have been eligible for the post,
r"+'A y ti fill the SE principalship vacated by and it would have left Supt. Casey and
hY1t1 Francis, current Lawtey Elementary the school board open to an unfair
principal Charles Hall was transferred labor practice complaint by the

: y'Y Asti y' hwx,,,; ; 'a, to BHS as assistant principal to teachers union, the Bradford Educa-
Y +
fill Thomas' post, and current tion Association

,y,,,,. :: 7ur Brooker Elementary principal Buddy The error in the job title was
Paterson was. transferred to Lawtey pointed out by Board Member Rodney
Elementary.The Hall, who felt he was rushed into
Fenced Out. of Brooker
r .. principalship voting for the administrative lineup
'.; is seriously limited since J.D. Odom fenced his property which comes within 10 yards of the west side of Pratt Street l'la>'ground. The move Elementary Since the was left vacant.director's and then investigated to see if the
follows the city's refusal to allow a used car: Kit on the Odom property. personnel job board had violated any of its own
must be advertised before it can be
filled, the school board, in emergency In letter to Chairman J.T. Par-
.; Is Turn-About Fair Play? fled action Francis requested back by to Supt.Starke Casey Elemen-, shuf-- rish, Hall asked for reconsideration Hall of
the administration assignments.
tary, and named Thomas to Brooker
also sent copies of the letter to Supt.Casey .
Elementary.There and his fellow boat ii members.
City Takes Away Odoin's Car ,Sales Lot Ocloni Takes Away Parking LotI is nothing to keep Supt.
Casey from naming whoever he Hall served notice in the letter that
t wishes to fill the new personnel direc- he would make a motion to reconsiderthe

There is a message to the City of Starke in this 4-strand barbed wire fence bothered him this week to build the ft'nce.'Shc said he's decided to open a gate tor's post after it is advertised, admistrative lineup. At the April
[" that J.D. Odom erected around his property this week on Pratt and Lake and allow parking on the lot for the ballg mes. ,, however. In fact Casey said Monday 19 meeting Hall protested that Supt.
V. Streets right behind Nettie's Brahma Restaurant on US-301.. Lack of control over,the eventual.size of a car lot was the reason the city night April 26,he wouldn't be surprised Casey was handing out the list then,
', ,.. The fence prohibits parking on the east Ride of the Pratt Street Playground Board of Adjustment members gave f : 'wherVDixie Koarh and W men'.'cUt leeguirbdil 18 played:'#rp( yy"", -4: .;......*: ...--, ..?.. ...-., A small used car lot had operated for.pars.an the corner of Pratt and Lake way for'Thomas to move back to SE. could have examined] It before votingon
.L Last N3V.. 23, the city's Board of Adjustment refused on a 4-3 vote to allow a Streets.The matter came up when the/city clerk's office discovered it takes a The transfer probably will all be the lineup.
.special exception for a used car lot to be located on Odom's lot,which goes to special exception under the B-2 toning' classification for a used car lot. Mr. done on paper, school board memberswere became convincedhis
within 10 yards of the Pratt Street baseball diamond. Then the city refused to and Mrs. Robert Green, who live on the opposite corner of Pratt and Lake betting after the meeting. Casey said he In about 11am.
. allow the used. car}lot to be located on the property of Nettie's Restaurant, Streets,opposed the used car lot at the Nov. 23 board of adjustment meeting Thomas will never serve a day at .proposal was 26.error did not
. which Odom ownea. The car lot is finally moved to south Walnut Street. Opinions were varied on Odom's" latest move on' the zoning controversy stated.Brooker, one school board member wait for Monday Hall,to April bring the matter up,

This week Odom built the fence. Main effect is preventing the parking at the "I don't blame him a bit, one man said. : The mistake the word'student" but went ahead and asked that Chair
I Pratt Street Playground baseball games. Mrs. Odom said Wednesday it But others were disgusted at what they saw as a silly game and cited it as a was leaving man Parrish declare the matter an
out the title, said.
not allowed and it punishment for the kids who play ball. Casey .
bothered her husband when the special exception was lie: thought the title was identical to a emergency item.


I Hampton Hires Former Waldo Marshal, Duval Group for 24-Hour Protection I

At 9:15 a,m., Councilman Curtis Hit tic xT
Hampton probably has more law in Saturday morning at the same _
enforcement per capita than any time. Three ether members of the called the meeting to order, and ask --
ed Carter to explain the what the
email town in north Florida since appointing Police Saturday .
I. Co-op were not present
Police Co-op planned to do since Mrs. .
Marshal Richard Simmons and be in later.
:\ were to sworn "
In Haddock had missed several previous
a special meeting Saturday
morning. A.Pri124. The 24-hour protection began at 9 meetings due to out-of-town duty with
a.m. Saturday, said Police Co-op her employer, the telephone com-
Simmons, who has 18 years in law spokesman Billy Carter, who has also pany.
enforcement, was appointed until the been appointed Public Safety Director -
next election in September. Simmonsis of Hampton. The Police Co-op is to Explaining the co-op was appointeduntil
currently on duty along with the work until a new marshal elected in the next election and will serve
tt-member Duval-based Police Coop the upcoming September voting, and longer if necessary, Carter said he expects -
for 24-faours per day coverage. as long past the election as necessary. the co-op's work to take no
It nobody runs for marshal in longer than six months.
Simmons and four members of the
Duval-based Police Co-op were swornTHURSDAY. September, the council would be fac- Carter also 'explained that the
ed with another appointment.It police car engine has been brought up
all gave Councilman Duane to standard. He took it to Jacksonvillelast
Mitzel enough confidence in the week where he said various
town's safety to leave for a vacation garages which help police depart- W ., ,
later Saturday after he'd had a talk ments would did the repairs free of i 1 __
with newly appointed Marshal Sim- charge. fir

,. mons. Carter further explained that police t

The co-op plans to organize a cer- equipment, such as bullet proof vests, _
tified police organization in Hampton have been donated to the co-op by the
before it leaves so the town will never Jacksonville Sheriff's Office and r
J again be without law enforcement, other departments.It #

says Co-op spokesman Carter, won't cost the city that much, Swearing-in of Hampton Police Force... ,

Seven persons have already been. then. asked Curtis? City Clerk Jane Hall administers the oath of office to Co-op members Billy Carter. Natha\; DeSue, Duane Conrad -

found to undergo 420 hours in a state No, said Carter, explaining that a the new Hampton Police Force which was appointed and and Richard Murphy.
training program to become certified FDLE grant will pay the expenses of sworn In Saturday morning April 21. Carter hat since resigned as a policeman since he has
policemen, says Carter. Plans are to traveling back and forth.It I not completed his! training to become a certified
Aorll 17 organize a police academy in Hampton policeman by the Police Standards Commission but Is
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Carter told the city council Satur is possible the Hampton Police From left, are l\IarshallUchard Simmons and Police continuing as the town's Public Safety Director
TONY BURKE I day morning, with members of the Dept. can generate up to $90,000 per
Police Coop acting as instructors. year, Carter said. With expenses no Waldo where he recently resigned as gas allowance to see how much gas is Carter Uncertified ;
greater than $30,000, Carter assistant chief Simmons resigned used.
Marshal Simmons will draw the Resigns as
estimated the could show from the Waldo police force in
MUTING 7 PM HPD a profit sup- Under questioning by former clerk
$190.40 per week marshal's salary. up to $50,000 per year in the fur- port of former Chief R.W. Moorhouswho Gordon Wadsworth, Carter explainedthe a development Tuesday,April 27,
The Police Carter said has
STARKI ZONING BOARD Co-op, a ture. was not rehired by the Waldo city Police Co-op is on call 24 hours per Marshal Simmons found out that
$190.40 week from the
per grant commission. and Simmons he will Carter the spokesman for the Police
MEETING 7i30 PM day, explained ,
Florida Department of Law Enforce- Curtis then explained there were
be availble 24 hours per day. AtWadsworth's Co-op, does not have police certification. -
ment to cover its such as four applications for the marshal'sjob.
expenses Prior to his Waldo stint Simmonswas
suggestion, Clerk Jane Carter resigned as a policeman
tUNDAY.RIVERLAND. MaY 2 travel. a deputy sheriff in Clay County Hall wrote down Simmons' home but remains as the town's public safe-

MUSIC Only three members of the Hampton One applicant, Vincent Capone,. is for 3 years, was chief of police In his phone number ty director .
CLUB MUSICALS city council were present Saturday not certified by .the state standards, home town of Webster, W.Va.,chief of Carter explained that the Police Co, Tuesday night Marshal Simmons
III Ob.orvo co of National morningcommissioners Ted Curtis said. police in Cedar Key, and was a police it has been appointed as the .had a meeting with the Police Coop in

Musts Wook May 2JiJO -t Curtis, who acted as chairman; A second Max Bridges from Duval officer in Pom pa no- .Beach for 10V4- Hampton Police Department, made a which it was decided they would not
PM Brooder Baptist Church years. longer be on duty while the marshal
Duane Mitzel, and Mrs. June Had- County, is certified under current background check on Simmons and
dock. Chairman John Evans and vice- police standards. Simmons lives on the back side of he checked out, that there Is not problem checks their police certification.The .
MONDAY. Mae J chairman Ulysses Woods were not Lake Alto. He said after the meeting with his background. checking should take only 2-3
BRADFORD COUNTY present. Clerk Jane Hall said she had A third Joseph Mansfield of he lives in a rented mobile home will days Marshal Simmons said Wednesday -
COMMISSIONERS MEETING *M AM notified each member. Crystal River is certified as a consider Into the ci- The patrolmen with the Police He hoped to resolve it that day.
policeman and to administer moving Hampton Co-op are: Carter:, a member of the The co-op is still on duty, but can
ty limits if that is .
LAWTEY COUNCIL The city officials and about a dozen breathalyzer tests. Mansfield owns a necessary.The police force at Florida Junior College make no arrests until the certificationis
MEETING 7i30 PM citizens gathered in the city hall mobile home and is willing to move to motion to Simmons as (FJC); Nathan DeSue a sergeant on checked out, Simmons said.
shortly after 9 a.m. Saturday for the Hampton. Curtis explained.. appoint Councilman FJC police force; Duane Conrad, a Councilman Ted Curtis said
meeting.With the chairman and vice- Mansfield's application Included a Mitzel marshal and was made seconded by by Coun- special officer ,with Charter Corp.;. Wednesday the city commission had
_TUESDAY. MOSTARKI chairman absent, veteran coun- letter of recommendation from she Richard Murphy, a member of the looked at the certification of the
cilwoman Haddock after
COUNCIL cilman Ted Curtis took the chair. Crystal River Chief of Police Joe Mat tioned Carter about the how long ques-the FJC police force; Tim Craig, a police co-op members but had'not
MEETING PMWEDNESDAY.M4f8 thews. for and special deputy with the Jacksonville checked to make sure they were all up
,At 9 a.m there was yelling and aloud Police Coop was appointed Police Dept., and William Herron a to date. Carter told Curtis he had told
muffler heard on SR-18 outsidethe Simmons was the only applicant about a gas allowance for the town'spolice previous employee of the FDLE and the council he wasn't a certified
town hall. A Coop policeman went present at the meeting. Simmons' 18 car. The three' council who has served seven years with the policeman, curtis' said, but Curtis
WEEKS U.D.C. MEETING outside, came back in, and no other years of law enforcement experience members agreed, at (..arter'ssuggestion Jacksonville Sheriffs Police Dept. didn't remember that.
I PM W....'" Steer S.... How- note was taken of the incident. Include, going backwards, 4 years at to wait a month before setting a

1&-. ._.. ,.... .. II .... .. "...... .... 9'. IV". .II '" ,. I II'" .. ..... .JJ III. _7 .. -.TI", ,... .. .. .. .- .. P"tI I .. .... ... ..... -II". _"' ........ ..T.-. _.. _""':' ... _. _.
.. ,,, -- ..
', =' _. -
+ na......'". nt *a v. ,7" -" '""I ...,..:" ,1 .c;ry; 'r.p r"aee:"' 'r. w."y.xrR.P.S un wMn, '''I''n ,;":.' !

TKI.KfiKAHH: April79,19r":
--.- ---- t '

tf t Alvarez is Co-op Youth Tour Winner I


r" .. Susie Alvarez a junior at Bradford The four local winners in the Youth other the nation.young They people will from visit throughout the White

L High with a :3.7 grade point average, Tour"to Washington Contest wHIIeave House, Capitol and many other interesting
; +4 tt "a'" "' lIQl6 has won a trip to Washington D.C. in for Washington. D.C June 13 for an places.
0 Clay Electric's Youth Tour to educational week with hundreds of
1 Washington competition.
Building Permits
gyp'' Miss Alvarez is one of four winners Show Sharp Decline
f selected from 13 contestants, and the ?,
only contestant: from Bradford High. r r r Bradford County's April building
r e The other three winners are Teresa permits fell from a high of $893,600 in
1 't I k''l Gross. Teresa Gross of Briarwood yN March $644.100 in April.
t ;,' ii School of Palatka.Shannon Ridgewayof
; r Crescent City High School, and Totals which Included all incorporated
Joey Kelly of Keystone Heights High e, towns in the county, were: 7
School. single family dwellings, $$238,800; 21
i mobile homes, $149,600; 27 additions
Miss Alvarez has earned straight- a! t i ir etc., $136,800; and 7 commercial
A's for two of the four six-week $118,900.
grading terms. Trigonometry kept
her off the straight-A list the other
two times. .+ ,
i .,w fiY t
P Susie is the daughter of Mr. and THE BRADFORD
;" Mrs. Pete Powell and Billy Alvarez, COUNTY TELEGRAPH
I all of Starke. Published every Thursday
.t oil W.Coll Street
The four winners were selected Stark. .Florida 320 I
; rIKe from eight finalists in competition
Tuesday night, April 27, at Clay Electric r. Second Clan pottage paid at
headquarters in Keystone t Stark,Flo.ldaS"bc"ptlon
Heights. Each was asked five questions
about electric cooperative rr Rots
related subjects from a list of 40 \ .
questions j In(rod.0'.015'.00 p.r year
r'f and answers and one impromtu .. (5.00 six. months
y a t question about current events or

other topics. Miss Susie Alvarez Outuld trad aras $10.00 pr yar

Miss Alvarez correctly answered Youth Tour Winner $5.SO sin. months

all five questions.In .

.'- .. r .:rl the impromptu question Susie u... _.. .. ________' ::;It
was asked her opinion of the state required n

. Lawtey Elementary Straight Students... functional literacy test. She
answered that the standards are too "a15
Straight students! at Lawtey Elementary School for. !Stephen" TomaMiirh, Hridgrtt Holder Regina 1'IIJI.It:" low, and that high school students S$ eA
the fourth sl"-weeks grading period arc (l-r):: and !Brandy n""... aren't being taught what they need to a
I First row- Rochelle Prn'atl, Latara Johnson ;Misl.vCrawford. Third row- Kim Gains Da*id Shine Tammy ..10'Taillm. know "out there in the real world. so CM
Erin Wilkinson. Shnrka llrmtrilh. Shawn Hampton. Kim Johnson, Kim lee: and a
Second row- Kwamba Strong Shaunlell Ilou..lnn. ..Mick) Keeker. ; G y6dp

5 etp0 5p

. 21 at Lawtey Elementary: ]Bring Home AllA'sBrown ou osn a dlnv


Twenty-one of the 415 students in Dede Cox, only third grader to Hester Rosier Heather Sapp, David Karen Hardee, Samantha * *
grades 1-7, at Lawtey Elementary earn straight-A's./( is the daughter of Starling, Tanya Ann Tatum Wayne Jones, Shane Meier Dana Norman '
A's for the Mr and Mrs. Steve Special Music
School earned straight- Cox.Kun
Todd. Stephanie Traylor Mae: Lynne Lori Sellers,Mark Shuford Leo Starling ,
fourth six-weeks grading period ending e * *
Johnson. fourth grade Vandiver. Rebecca Williams, Robin / Arkeva Williams.
March 2. daughter of Mr and Mrs. JerralJohnson. Williams. Fifth, \ grade. Michael Blalock. Tim-

Second grade: Talc Arnold, my Coleman, Unissa King Becky Special Speaker Special
The 21 straight-A students which Michele Harbour, Shane Bennett. Poore.
Christy Redding, Jill Programs
of the 415-member Jason Pilcher. fourth grade son of
are five percent Stacie Bentle>, Joshua Cruze Strickland Denise Waddell, Dana Alive W.M. Dunagan
Mr. and Mrs Jerry PilcherMicki * *
student body, are:
Michael FIlm: Abram GrlfheCrneva | Waters.

Crawford first grade Becker, fifth grade daughterof Hankcrson Steven Hardee.Ricky Sixth grade: Kim Austin, Bonnie and 25 Dalton, Georgia Historical
Misty Rod Mr. and Mrs. IRS Becker Jntkson. Alma Johnson, Scorpio Benson, LaShawn Butler, Christine
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mosley Gary N'orman, Anna Han Doolin, Karl Fishburn Shannon Higgmbotham Moments
Crawford. Kim Lee, fifth grade daughter of jibar Brian Redding. Glonda Rosier. LaShawn Holder, Rob * *
Erin Wilkinson first grade Mr. and Mrs. George Lee Joey Shuford, Melma Smith, Charles Norman, Chanda Padgett. Robert C. Gillis

daughter of tile and Mrs. Edward Tammy Jo Tatum, fifth grade Starling John TyeVannis Walker Seventh grade: Lisa Blalock Zack Pastor Dinner on
Wilkinson. daughter of Mr and !Mrs Charles Third grade Michael Becker Chastam, Robbie Cowart Wendee
the Grounds
Rochelle Prevail first grade Tatum. Charlie Brown, Jason Howard Hall, Stacey Shuford Ann Starling. Invites You !
of Michele Sapp Trace)' Slocum. Special class :Mack Hunter, Kevin
Mr. and Mrs.
Prevail.daughter Bobby Nicole Palin. sixth grade granddaughter Fourth grade: John Berry Charlie Lin/y, Roberta Williams.
of Mrs Aline Lee .
Shneka Hendrieth second grade ,, y .. r "
David Shine sixth grade son of
of Mr. and Mrs.
daughter Raymond Mr. and Mrs. William J. Shine.
-Kim .wens,& & grade daughter
Regina Padgett second grade 'of Mrs ftwen G WITW|. "'"' n ,; ,e ,t Ir; r Y ir

daughter of, Mr.. and Mrs., Elwood. ; -Sh4n Ifarnpy.n sixth! grade .
Padgett. --'ttetoghtWof: Ms. LcgtTlha Hampton x, i i

second r' i < '< i rl J'r'' r, r ', s, r, 1
Brandy Ross grade Eighty-three mine !>students or 20 r ; t 1 T r ,' h r
daughter of !Mrs. Cynthia: Ross.
percent of the study body are A B
Shauntel Houston second gradeson students for the 4th weeks .
of Mrs. Gwen Houston.
First grade!: Jackie Anderson
Kwambea Strong, second gradeson Becky Austin. Bradley Ball, Jermain .. _
of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Strong. Bradley Shannon Brown, Tracy tloover'sMother'S

Stephen Tomasovitch second Crews, Faye Criize. Tory KItties,
grade son of Mr. and Mrs. George Felissa McCutchen. Misti Padgett,
Tomasovitch. Jeffrey Pilcher David Prevatt.
DaY1 '''

Girls Scout News ',., .' rf ; Hbouer.Selfpropelled Sa.e. i '.'1

wi'j*JBJTJ i", u" -* --m
The end of the scout year is drawingto ?*' ""wTTiy .. ..I-o.L.. '

a close it is time for the troops to Sf feUllf %. .. ,
share bridging activities with their i&pr ,
sister troops. ; ,;.'.11., ', CONCEPT C IYE':'"'' ., ..A J ; ;,

Junior Troop 614 invited their sister .'.-J '
Brownie troops to Gold Head Branch 6900 Cleaning System

State Park for a Fly-Up ceremony ,4 rrt'1
April 17. The Juniors were campingout COMPLETE WITH Quadraflex I' "aA
for the weekend with their leaders ArT CHM .Nis' agitatordeep I l'/, -00(, 'a
Diane Tierney and Andrea Abrams. cleans with double f "
I "
Rosie Coins from Brownie Troop lwI the brushing, goomlng""I' : -
683 and Amy Woods from Brownie action of previous models.

Troop 690 received their wings and Edge cleaningplus

Girl Scout pins during the ceremony. I -. Hoover: .
The Brownies were invited to share edge brusher deep cleans.: t M
"knights in shining armour" for MODFI J' ''-_ alosetolhawall. The Ultimate.
lunch. -" Automatic carpet
Delegates from Bradford : CONCEPT;; cJNIi2: "
Neighborhood attended the Annual HOOVER adpustment most
Gateway Girl Scout Council Meeting carpet Special plush Cleaning System
April 22 in Jacksonville. The meetingwas & shag settings'' .
held in the Realtors Celebrity
new buildingon 16 qt bag capacity Quadraflex" _

special Atlantic recogniation Blvd. During was the given meeting all A i I r-Rid i e more cleaning per bag'You'll 1 agitator R : :
!like the Quick & :
deep cleans with double ,
leaden present. A poem about ry
Vacuum Clean bag changer
leaders was read and each leader was 1 theMushingtygaomingTwin
given a red silk rose. Kathy Casey lampheadlight action of previous models. _
Hobbs was presented a 10 year tenure iy-Up Ceremony at Gold Head. Cleaner I i ( Edge cleaning

pin yeah KC. Carolyn Eaves was Leader Diane Tierney presents 1.7 PEAK HP 1.79 VCMA HPI Broad bright beam of I plus -
elected and installed for a three year Brownie wings and Girl Scout pins to 12: QT. MULTI.MAGNUM BAG light helps seek out litter. I edge brusher deep cleans
term on the Council Board of Direc Rosie Coins and Amy Woods. Juniors Soft touch cord I i close to the wallAutomatic :::
ton. Attending with Carolyn and watching Evonne Bobq, Emily Crews rewind :
Kathy were Elizabeth Walker Joyce and Robin McRee7. .. .. .- Rides On Air! _, Controlled rewind for i I I adjustment carpet .< ,:.
Sutton, Ethel Douglas Mary Looneyand No Wheels smooth retraction.Compltm I adapts cleaner to molt 1
Laurie Mullins. Everyone en- No Runners II carpet. Special .
joyed lunch at the Peoples Restaurant & shag settings'fluSh i r.ll

following the meeting where they 16 qt bag capacity ;'
meet Gwen Whittington the field NWA ll v
more cleaning per bag'You'll :;
director for Bradford. ) Aka! the Quick & 0
Senior Troop 669 camped at Kateri! n' II Clean bag changer
\ 17 then travell I 0 :
April 18, canoed April WrestlingFriday Twin lampheadlight x
ed to Jacksonville for the 1912 Night in ) '' -
Savannah. Busy weekend. Reci
pients of the First Class' Silver Award 7 i Broad bright beam of .. ::
May light helps tmk out'litter,
and the Gold Award were honored at I _;- went 5 piece ::
the Morocco Temple. 669 was in .. :-- PowersslAttaehments Soft touch cord -
charge of the closing after the dinner 8:30: pmBradford I rewind Z
and the awards presentation. :-::-- at # Controlled rewind for ]
Senior scouts receiving the Girl --- smooth retraction. 'V
Scout Silver Award from Starke were Co. 00
Julee Wise. Theresa Ricks Pam save $20

Pratt and Nadine Green. Congratulations. High School Famous Hoover1 "- 21900 &' =

.... '
Upright s

-Seventh.Day Church To Such Stars As: ., ; sale $"995 X

Conduct Dedication Sweet Brown Sugar :::
The Starke Seventh-Day Adventist Brian Blair
Church will have a ribbon cutting and -
dedication service for their new Jim Garvin ; a ; DENMARK FURNITURE '' V I
church Saturday May 1 at 9:15 a.m. 3

The church invites everyone to Join Dory Funk Jr. 434 W Call St. Stance Fla. w sr'; 3
them in their celebration as they work ,
together the progress of this area. and many more #tn? 964-5825 964.5827 1yk q 5
A covered dish dinner will follow 3
the service The church is located on EstaWisned in 1923n ,: t a 'fi't

SR-100. one mile west of US-301.

-; :
.,, ...... 'V" .. 'n ..
"". ,,, .

: 'ryyetRahaiyaoY.nwnr.j .5-w _' .. ._ .. r -II' ",. .....11 ......,.,-.. ,. .' -

iStarke f I

April 29,1982 TELEGRAPH Page 3A

Zoning Board' to Discuss Iltlyd ls .ua o 5 drke i '

ruan s

S1urclay (Y1a na4 -, 1

New Site Apartments TonightProper April FTor 2M; iOdOlarr, sr

zoning for an alternate site ing installed, and a road paved to'the member Claire Capps absent, cameon !___CAPTAIN Sam
for a 40-unit apartment complex and property from SR-16. Newman says a petiton by Gerald K. Ely, a
on a Jerry Ely duplex on Orange he will pay for the lift station and Starke building contractor, for Admission
Street are on the agenda for the road. reclassification of Lots 5 and 6 of rltsald rl '
Starke Zoning Board tonight As that processs goes on, Stokes & Block 2 of Dowling's Subdivision, rlnaa es
(Thursday, April 29) at :Adjustment Co. is proceeding with its civil suit to from RIC (single family residential)
At 7 p.m. the Board of force Starke commissioners to issue a to R-2A (multHamllr.residential).
will meet to consider a special excep building permit and approve a site The property is located at the
tion for a lounge and package store in plan for' the complex on Bessent southeast corner of Orange and Fran-
the former banquet'room of Little Italy Road, just off SK-230. cis Streets,. directly across from the
restaurant (now Debra's Country For over a year Stokes & Co. has residence of Al Kay Carlisle.The portion
Kitchen). tried to get a city OK to put the apart of Frances Street bordering the

New Site ments on the Bessent Road site, on a Ely property on the north side Is plat- X11. "' /srrsa.rs asstlftE Ittl __r i f 3i
Sought 10-acre site owned by the heirs of the ted, but has never been open for uses
For Apartment ComplexCAn Powell Estate. The zoning board street. '
city a
alternate site zoning proposal approved the zoning site on the Bes Monthly Movie Matinee Set for Children by Kiwanis... 'I
(or the 40-unit apartment complex by sent Road site, but the city council so Several local residents said at city
Stokes & Co. of Jacksonville is being far has refused to issue a building permit council meetings they are concerned A Saturday morning movie matinee for children is movies even if it a break-even situation.
Proposed by Ronnie Newman and or approve a site plan either for what type of people might occupy the planned on the last Saturday of each month by the The first movie In March broke even, and the secondone
Jr. the entire 10-acres or a the six acres duplex. One man said he moved here Stakrc Kiwanis Club to raise funds for Special Olympicsand Saturday made a few dollars for special projects.
'5 The new site is in the triangle formed of the site already zoned commercial. from Jacksonville and likes the west other youth projects, such as the Key Club. Some 75-80 kids saw "Captain Sinbad" Saturday.
by Brownlee Road and SR-16 in Bessent Road residents have oppos- Starke area the way it is. Jesse Myers, movie matinee chairman; Steve Futch, Tickets are)I in advance and '1.25 at the door, cheaper
vest Starke. It is six acres of a ed the project, saying they bought Kiwanis president,and Mike Cooney secretary discussthe than the regular movie price.
119-acre tract owned by Newman and homes in an area that was single Special Exception RequiredTo movie business at the second matinee Saturday Next matinee is set Saturday, May 29.
Odom.The six-acre parcel some 500 family residential, and an apartment Sell Liquor in City April 24. The club officers say they plan to continue the

feet from SR-16 and behind the row of complex would not be compatible. The Board of Adjustment will meetat

houses on Brownlee Road (SR-229)). Builder Seeks 7 p.m. Thursday, April 29, to con-
; Ely
Newman and Odom are seeking a
sider a request for a special exceptionto
Change in classification from R-lA, Permission for DuplexA operate a lounge and package storein LIMITED TIME ONLY
(he highest single family classifica- split decision on a petition for a the new building next to Debra's FREE >
tion, to R-2A, multi-family. zoning change to allow construction ofa Country Kitchen (formerly Little Italy CAOTUTILITY
E Newman says he has a contract anda duplex apartment on North Orange ). (ifoOMrGAPPETINGON
check from Stokes & Co. for purchase Street was remanded right back to The property is owned by W.O. SQUARE
of the six acres.The sale is con- the Zoning Board by the City Councilat (Billy) Dodd, who is petitioning. The ,. YOU LOT
tingent on the zoning change being its April 6 meeting. lounge would be operated by Ernest DANCE
made, a lift station for sewerage beHampton- The 3-3 tie, with zoning board Allen, according to the zoning office. Friday Night $29,5-00.00
954-6863 FHONE 964-6863

I. Hilites Lunch Menus Trading Flea Market Post LON HAMP' HOMES ING

Bradford County Middle School US-301 Waldo ,
Just MarriedKevin Vo. Tech Center
By Dolores Meng
Phone: 468-1015, Meng and Patti Griffin of and all elementary schools STAPKE FLA
Gainesville were married Saturday Monday. May -Spiced ham cheese land-
afternoon in a yard wedding at the which French Met, green beam yellow cake'
Shower Honoree
Miss Peggy Crawford,bride elect of home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. w/frull Tuesday topping May milk..Ftah portions cheese grit turnip
Carl Oliver, will be honored at a Francis Meng. Rev. Father Edward greens, strawberry shortcake, cornbread,

bridal shower given on Wednesday Rooney performed the ceremony. mIlk.Mradnday. May Spaghetti w/meat .sauce
May 5,at 7:30: p.m.in the Hampton Ci- Hampton School News cheese aUx, cabbage slaw apple crisp,hot roll.,
ty Hall. All friends are invited to at On Friday, April 23, Mrs. Claudette milk.
tend. Frees and; Mrs. Mindy McLean ac- Thuriday. May 6- Chicken 4 noodles mixed FEED 4FOR5.
companied their fourth and fifth vegetables applesauce chocolate cake, cheese ;
Good EntertainmentThe ,
rolls milk.
grade students on a class trip to
Jerry Wadsworth family spent Ocala. Friday May-Managers Choice Day
the weekend in Jacksonville. Satur- Bradford County High School
day night they attended the Conway They left the school by bus and Monday May 3 Chill crackers, .salad applcaauce -
Twitty Concert. On Sunday they at- traveled to Waldo. There they boarded ,cinnamon roll milkTuesday .
the ,May 4*Tuna salad sandwich French
tended the River City Jamboree Amtrak's Silver Meteor at 11 fries, peaches,chocolate cake milk. .
a.m.and arrived in Ocala about 11::50. mashed
where Jody performed on stage with Wednesday May Hamburger steak
the Michelle Lynn Show. The group Mrs. Marjorie Wade greeted them potatoes & gravy green beans, yellow cake
with her bus w/coconut Icing hoi rolls,milk.
at Ocala, and took them
fronted Con Show with .
the Huntley an
to Thursday. May I Cheese toast, French fries,
estimated crowd of 12,000 people. a nearby park where they enjoyed cole slaw, banana pudding milk.
.* They all enjoyed seeing Hank their picnic lunches. Friday,May Managers Choice Day. .
Williams, Jr., the Kendalls, and Of special thrills were the reclining Ala-Carte
Charley McClane. seats, pop out trays, and comfortable Monday. May 3 > Hamburgers pizza, French
footstools. For ,it fries, milkshakes. Whether these all at can enjoy four
many was their first Tuesday. May 4 Hamburgers, pizza, French you use coupons individually or once, you
Visitors exciting train ride. The approximate fries, milkshakes. mouthwatering meals for only $5.00. So get on down to nearest KentuckyFried
speed of 80 miles hour your
Mrs. Linda Ellison_ .of .Fairborn. per was also v>edne day. May S Pizza cheeseburgers
enjoyable.One French fries milkshakes. Chicken''* store and the Colonel's Extra ""
Ohio, spent this weekend with her of the students :'in Thursday. May S French fries, hamburgers, save on Original RecipeI"or Crispy"America's
wrote his
grandmother, Mrs. Evelyn Vaughan. pizza milkshakes.Friday favorite fried chicken!
that he would like to take a ,
Mrs. Viola Lefebvre returned home essay May Managers Choice Day
last FJ\l.):\ follawingsae mQ111b.u'jsjt train trip to Washington D.C.We hope .
with tier.-sister..and\ rother7 ;."The cTm-any otRBrsTcaTi! spite dayr"' ,,FFA Meets May-2 --" tls 5-s.. its l.: tatrr its 5555cis- tits its its is is
Mr'pp' 1-r tatisf! LWl!n-li1jW :r:11'st4dent: T'nd'tea doftatihflJ;thank\ 1-:T ear4r ford FFA;Alumni Assoclattatuaill -. t 1 2 pieces of chicken : .
3 Curtis M
( P. eind Mr* T flit' (Original' Recipe or OWE -.
1 <
Owensbo JI k: Meet Tues y'May a'at'8ip.m. v *; ;;;; $
Ice focool dri c .'Mi's'. Wde'foTMr: in the Bradford High School F'.OB't : I _Extra Crispy) ; i2.5,0 I
Buzzy.JPerry of Columbus, Ohio, excellent driving and companionship, Agriculture Department. All former 1 small mashed potato
made a surprise visit to his aunt and and the employees of Amtrak for providing members farmers I and gravy I
,honorary chapter ,
-1 dinner roll
them with extra special kindness PIECE
uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng and
and attention. businessmen and parents are invitedto ..for only$1.25 with this coupon. Limit one package per
family on Sunday. I
attend. coupon four coupons per customer.Good on combina- PACK.I
lion white/dark orders only Customer pays all applicable
I sales tax. COUPON EXPIRES:5/13/82 I

i Kentucky Fried Chicken.l1

L1 coupon good only at stores displaying, this decal Ci\U j

r a tsar its its Its Its st s sa Its its sc s sc
< I e 2 pieces, of chicken ,
(Original Recipe or FOR ONE
0R2 I Extra Crispy) ] 25 I
1 small mashed potato COMPLETE2PIECE
I and gravy I
e 1 dinner roll
,for only$1.25 with this coupon. Limit one package per
I I coupon four coupons per customer.Good on combinaPACK.. I
white/dark orders only Customer pays all applicable .
Snapper I sales tax. COUPON EXPIRES: 5/13/82/ I
r FREE $ attachments

\. now:through May '31st jcc ntncky Fried Chicken.I. !
L1 BCT coupon good only si sior.s ihu deco t 196tta
,. ... its a e r o a r its tls .

1 \\\ fI'F ,1 - - - - ,

,'i Purchase; anyahpJchcxsse'one napper l tt rjg nt w@t: r. Visit your neighborhood Snapper | .2 pieces of chicken FOR ONE
FREE ; dealer today. Bonus days will end OCR 3 (Original Recipe or $ 25
attachrncttr I Extra Crispy)
f-i 03 soon. The reason to buy is growing. -1 small mashed potaIO. COMPLETE .1

a ,&.? Rxl ,..,;'iII j.J j. I and 1 dinner gravy roll.' 2-PIECE

_r.4 .. ..for $1.25 with this Limit one package per
T?.,rk1b.Y.nfr; I"- only coupon.
GRASS CATCHER DOZER BLADE I coupon,four coupons per cusJomer.) Good on combina- PACK.I
white/dark orders only Customer pays all applicable
",f ,, Retail Value 114S.Wj3uC' 'Retail Value I sales tax.COUPON EXPIRES: 5/13/82 I
*; 1899.

!IL Kentucky Fried hP..J1

coupon good only at stores
- - -

- - - -
I .2 pieces chicken ,
(Original Recipe or $ FOR ONE

\ THATCHERIZERDeThatches 0R4 I _Extra 1 small Crispy mashed) potato ]25 COMPLETE2PIECE I

I and gravy I
-1 dinner roll
Retail Value ,.for $1.25 with this Limit
only coupon. one package per
$7Se I coupon four coupons per customer.Good on combinaPACK.. I
lion white/dark orders only Customer pays all applicable
I sales tax.COUPON EXPIRES: 5/13/82 I

DUMP CARTRetail Kentucky<< ;Fried bicken.I

u coupon good only al slixas
Value -- -
- - - .1
178 KaMucky fried CNclwn 1M2

l '
Coupon good only at stores displaying this decal

W-L I.
,i ,SNAPPER ..d'

VERSATILE VALUE Orange Park 132 Blanding Blvd., 1206 Park Ave.

STARKE POWER EQUIPMENT Keystone Heights SR 100 & SR 21 *

Mlddleburg 2562 Blanding Blvd. ,".

t ., ; :'V SmaU" Engine.Sales'. & Service 'Ii Green Cove Springs 422 S. Orange.Ave. ':. :1!'

/- ,- '.. Lawn Mowers :Chain- !Saws. :. ."H

(formerly Hosier's Small Engine Repair) ,.,J .,? '
.f. 'J ,
322 S. Walnut Starka 964-8668 ; I ,




"1- .. .. In ,.........- ........... J) .. .' --"'" T ',." : :;7' r........,-_..-
-, ,'yr ,p vs., l'''

I ,I ,C ,,_ .. .... ..u;,.,1", a "I

"alC"\ TKI: F.fm\PII April 29. liWJ:
fl' .
'qc. ,'t C. 'ij ; ,
), "i f;.
!} .'
/'"' j ., I oil : '

:' ( .... "..w. .. "" ..... ...,..' ., .. ..-" ".." .... .. ., ... .. ... ... ...... ,, .. .. .h ...... tL'" '/ ';; +. '
.. j .- ; '''''-
'. i .. ,... .. ., ( '' * : "
'' .
'' '" '' }!
'" \. \ ( ?
\ ,> ., ,
J \ \ t, I I <, :' ; gip"
: f \ : ', il .I
'11" 1''D'dlm: 'I) {[ .X'21' I,S" : T' ,.J i.' '
\ ; ,tt' ''r. .., ., }( .o.' ;
"i. .." .. JtJ"h..I :, .." .1' ( IV.. "1 11' .. .; t .11' 'lll ,: ;
l ),. .. .. ""... "". ,,,,, ., .... ""n' .... .. .... ... .,..... .".-.. .. .. ;'. I ',,1'

t, Reagan May Be Getting ': ':

..", I

I The Anti-Nuclear "
Message '1

';. .

Faced with a nationwide almost a question whether conveying an impl't"ssion'of "

worldwide outcry against a nuclear arms alleged U.S. weakness, as the President has ,)

race and the horrors of nuclear war Presi- done, is militarily or politically wise. One can- %' ks dis r. s t
dent Reagan may be bowing to public not help but wonder where Mr. Reagan gets r ,. ;
pressure and singing a different tune. his information. So far, he has not revealed his

Instead of the hard line of talking casually sources.
about nuclear "demonstrations" (to impressthe The current antinuclear movement startedin _

Russians), and "limited nuclear war" Europe several years ago as a result of talk

(which frightened and alienated our allies in about deploying nuclear arms in Europe, but

Europe) he is belatedly issuing "me too" slowed down when President Carter deferred

statements and invitations to Mr. Brezhnev to plans for such deployment. It quickly revived

sit down and talk things over. Quite a change m the wave of early Reagan administrationtalk

when you consider that a few months ago Mr. about nuclear weaponry and their deploy-

Reagan was calling the Russians liars and ment.

cheats and thieves who would stop at nothingin The Administration talk included referralsto

their goal of world domination.This "winning" a nuclear war, firing off a ,--,. i

360 degree change in the President's at- demonstration bomb as, a warning to Russia,

titude must be attributed largely to the and reviving efforts at civil defense. The The Old Post Office Ain't What She Used to lie

grassroots groundswell against nuclear proliferation Reagan-Haig-Weinberger rhetoric created the

that has swept the U.S. in recent widespread impression that they were more
months climaxing in last week's widespread interested in the possible use of such weapons No one knows for sure where Starke's first post office,established on Nov 17, 1857.was located,but
observance, of Ground Zero Week. than in negotiations to curb their use. the earliest location of which there is a photograph Is the one pictured here.

The first floor of this brick budding, next to the railroad tracks on E. Call Street, was used for the
Apparently, Mr. Reagan got the message.To This loose and ill-advised talk scared the post office while the second sior according to the sign In the window, was the meeting place of May
the demonstrators and. protesters against wits of our Allies in Western Europe, who Lodge. IOOF (Odd Fellows).

nuclear war he declared, "I can only say I'm feared that any "limited" nuclear war con- This office site Bob Daniel and also served
post was later the location of a print shop run by R.O. ( )
with you." While his words were mildly templated by the U.S. would inevitably be for many years as home of Quigley & Davis Lumber Co. It is now headquarters for Acme HardwareCo.
reassuring of his change in attitude, Mr. fought on Europe's home ground, not ours. .

Reagan still insists that negotiation with the One State Department" official in Washington The first postmaster was George: W. Cole, who came here from Fernandina. He purchased the section
Russians is not possible until the U.S. achieves commented that they are more afraid of of which
land comprised the old business district along Call Street and Is designated on plats as
nuclear "parity" with the Soviet Union. us now than they are of the Russians." A fine the -Original Town of Starke."

kettle of fish, and no tribute to U.S. diplomacyor
Apparently, the President is the only one foreign policy. In spite of his recent soften- It Is said that Mr. (Cole as a large property owner and post master, was given the privilege of nam-
ing the young: town for his fiancee A Miss Starke. Others say it was named in honor of Governor
who does not think we already have such pari- ed rhetoric, Mr. Reagan has become Madison Starke Perry who was in office at the time.
ty or even superiority in nuclear arms. A associated in the minds of West Europeanswith

for Russia on one of the many having a reckless attitude toward nuclear

Ground Zero television programs last week arms. It will take more than a few "me too"

said that parity with the U.S. is the Russian statements to dispell] this image.If .
goal, and insisted that, over all, the U.S. is I Sales Tax Going Up One Cent;
superior to the USSR in nuclear armaments.This Ground Zero Week accomplished no more

view is echoed by U.S. Senator Henry than making President Reagan realize that lie

Jackson, the tough-minded defense advocate, has been out of step with the American peopleon County Due $442,966 Next YearFloridians

who says that, despite certain imbalances, "in the issue of nuclear arms, it would have

the aggregate, we have the capability of deter- been worthwhile. But it also was most effec-

ring the Soviets." Our Joint Chiefs of Staff also tive in showing Americans what "one personcan seem to be taking the up- more annually, on their non-exempt Tallahassee on May 5 where details of

take issue with Mr. Reagan's assessment and do" when multiplied by millions of others. tax coming in stride 25 percent, although increase it will in cost sales the purchases.A these complicated formulas will\ be

average household an addition$100 or penny conscious shopper might discussed.
save a few cents by running to the No Taxpayer RevoltIn
convenience store for the late night spite of the skittishness of some
I Letters Defend Hampton Comment on Lawtey Principal Shift snack and six-pack before midnight legislators, reluctant to pass the one-
Saturday, April 30, since the higher 5 cent increase, one political consultanttold
-. a percent rate goes into effect May 1. A a meeting of prospective office
An Open I.etler' ta Help us begin next year rememberingthat The city charter was not adopted in another, to the small group on the city dollar' item costing $1.04 now vhll cost 'iseekers Orlando Jast week that they
'To School Superimendent' "Coach Buddy" left Lawtey 1826. The U.S government1!grist to council and city officers. In eyery $t05 af til tf the deadline. j_ have nothing to fear fromvengeful(
several "years ago. The"man who the railroad in the 1850's began the election, there have been some honest All businesses and individuals, including taxpayers. He predicted the voters
Tom Casey comes to us this year will be Principal settlement of the Bradford County and hard-working people elected who landlords, who collect sales would be so preoccupied with the
Dear Mr: Casey Paterson. area Try the date 1926 for the date of have tried to work through the city's taxes from their customers or three big campaign issues of illegal
Best wishes to Hall Paterson, and the city charter, in the midst of the problems.The tenants received new rate schedulesand refugees soaring crime rates, and Illegal -
This letter Is written in reference to Duncan as they continue to do their '20's boom in Florida. instructions for filling out forms drugs that they would forget
your transferring Charles Hall to the best! feature story, and the television this week. Most seem to anticipate about the extra penny by next election
high school next school year. Per Mrs. Judy Miscally The post office was not "a mailbagand coverage by Channel 4, WJXT, a few problems in adjusting to the
sonal emotions and opinions alwaysrun Lawtey a drawer "full of stamps until a couple of years ago, would discouragemost higher rate. day.Only one group is expected to experience -
high in personnel changes and few years ago. Hampton has had a good people from seeking city Department of ,much inconvenience from
often negative comments are the ones Dismayed at Transfer post office long before the govern- office. Is that your intent? Revenue projections, the unincor- the penny increase in sales tax and
heard the most. I would like to go on Of Lawtey PrincipleAs ment dreamed of zip codes, and its BARBARA> HILL porated areas of Bradford County, that group includes all of the computer -,
record with some positive comments.I United States flag is not a hand-me- PalatkaI and the three
parents with three children in incorporated towns, technicians who have the job of
down from The
a general store.
have worked closely with Mr. Lawtey Elementary School we wishto ser- Lawtey, Hampton and Brooker, will reprogramming thousands of elec.'
very vice at the Hampton post office has have been a homeowner and resident -
the transferof net a total sales tax return of$442.966 tronic cash registers to add on a 5 -
at at percent
Hall during the years he has been express our dismay always been faster, kinder, and in all of Hampton since 1970.1 am alsoa .
during the 1982-83 fiscal Of this rather than a 4 share for)
Lawtey Elementary 1 am a mother Charles Hall, our current principal.This l. more efficient than the senior citizen.I year. percent
with two children in Lawtey, and is our third year in the area ways office in Jacksonville. giant total, 40 'pe ent'' (an"estimated the state. Even, at that, theigngeovet.will )
serve as a P.T.O. officer. and when recently questioned by have talked to a number of our $$177,186.40; '.:-ijf fearrariiairiir ad ; ] : be & lot-easier than',
former neighbors as to what we en- Arthur Bruno (the story called him senior citizens and none of them were valorem tax l relief' foCJtifrtorfi: ounty I jig "big mess" businesses foundWWmselves .
Speaking as a parent, I have had joyed most about Lawtey, one of our Larry) had the Hampton waterworks, interviewed by your reporter, also, taxpayers : in when the sales tax was'j'
conferences with Mr. Hall several responses was the principal of our and was married to Diane Bruno. none of them are cowering behind ruffled County Property'Appralser'' Jimmy j f first i introduced 14 years ago. a ..
times on topics ranging from school childrens' school not only knew all curtains. Alvarez said his office would have to J
policy to testing results, from advice three on sight he was aware of their Aside from factual errors I question present each city anicqiuityjjvernlpt"f' AS tor the average houswife, she*
from one parent to another to advice activities progress in school, and that the newspaper's motives in Mr. and Mrs. Salter, whose picturewas ment unit%-ith 9 rlill reflect can take some consolation in the fact
from school principal to concerned he CARED.He presenting the political problems of in the paper, sit out in their yard ting this credit f6r"use oil7eir next that it is generally\ easier to compute 5
parent. While many times there are has demonstrated repeatedly to small towns in such a way that the almost every day. They don't seem to tax bills. He will 0Heni(,.a.workshop in percent of a figure than it is to multipJy -
total makes be
picture hiding from
a laughingstockof anyone. by 4
cut and dried answers to situations for the student La .' percent.1tr1
no us not only a concern : ,-n
the town. Certainly, In a feature article 8'f'" __ "
Mr. Hall has always been very body as a whole, but for each and the reporter has more lee-way Starke is only six miles from Hamp\ '.*',.'& I
cordial and cooperative and patiently every child as an individual. Not one ton. Most large towns have people a ; '
than with straight news, but unless he v r.'t
explained the school's position and of- of our children hesitates for a mo- the whole he lot further from their police stations. :;
can present has
fered suggestions for changes. I have ment to ask him personally for failed miserably. The ABC's of Even when we had a city marshal we CountylRgentsNotebook i I By
always been able to approach him assistance if needed while all three still had to call the county police for .
newswriting are ,
accuracy brevity,
about any matter and have often have demonstrated a great deal of and clarity. All three are lacking in help. They are very good to ''ibwer, BobbyTaylor 4 "
"taken the bull by the horns". to respect and admiration for Mr. Hall. that story. and to help. '
straighten out rumors. As parents" we have long been Im- '.v'
officer Mr. Just by of comparison if the We would like to have a front-page "I'
Speaking as a P.T.O. pressed with his co-operation with the way
Hall has willingly and efficiently groups at the school. He has personally story on the Ormond Hotel had been apology to Hampton. Also, a good .
assisted us in any possible way as a directed Lawtey Small-Fry Softballfor presented in the same way, the result reporter to come out and interviewthe i i,
coordinating link between teachers the last two years. he has been In- would have been to the reader, a feel- responsible citizens of Hampton. Annual flowers are among' the! in
and parents and students. He has valuable to us in our work with the ing of how stupid for this family to try EVELYN M. VAUGHN plants we usually thlnlc-trt, only in corn4i a variety of colors, including
been invaluable during our fund- Cub Scouts and our childrens' involv- to preserve and repair this "grand HamptonToo terms of a Fall or Spring*garden] white Flowers yellow, orange, rose and red.
raising events and volunteered for far ment in 4-H. We will miss this fine dame" of historical hotels. Instead, because most of the popular varieties! are about an inch or so indiameter
more than his work schedule could man more than we can say. the reader is given a picture of a family bad* the writer didn't get his need a cool environment to g6w their and may grow singly or
handle. I can easily show on paper & Bonnie King that recognizes.this,gem of.the past facts straight about Hampton. We best. But, there are a few annuals doubly favorite on the stem. Portulaca is a
how Mr. Hall has saved the P.T.O. at George and compromising between have good cooperation with the Brad- which will grow well during Florida's rock choice for edgings, borders,
least $2,000 just this year, because of Lawtey establishing a museum piece and an ford County Sheriffs Office in Starke.It hot and rainy summer.They: provide Seeds gardens should be and window boxes.
his know-how, contacts, and ingenuity. attractive and economically sound Is true that we need qualified an inexpensive source of color for the' drained site planted on a well-
He has been priceless in business they are putting In their own police. As for the "hot-rodders," we summer garden: in full sun. Seeds sprout
letters from in few
The following a days and flowers bloom in
spearheading worthwhile projectsand money and long hours of labor.
when had .
had them we a policeman.Also
defenders of Hampton, appeared in As you're well several months. The flowers fully
then staying on top of them until had robberies and aware, you've ever open -
This has not been an easy the Sunday, April 25 issue of the The comparison is not accidental. we van- tried raising lender! annuals In the'middle only when they're In bright sun
completion. dalism.They tore down stop signs and
taskl! Florida Times-Union: Hampton is a "grand dame" of a very of Florida's summer heat, and the plants bloom for only a few
not All
street signs were caught.
When Mr, Hall was transferred to small North Florida town, begun as a that while policeman were on duty.I wave, the climate here can be pretty' weeks. So, for continuous color all
climb railroad center in the late 1800's.Freezes. tough on many flower summer you could
Lawtey, his first"mountain" to T-U varieties. Plant seeds each
was overcoming the "Duncan Syndrome Editor. Florida : fires, and fryers, subdivi- would like to say that articles like However, some flowers seem to. month.
." We all hated to lose Jim Dun- After reading your lead article in sions and depressions trains, turpen- you printed seem to me like an open thrive in the heat,and the trick to suc- About the
tine, and timber booms and busts all Invitation for the worst elements cessful only tiling the Kose-mi
to summer gardening is
can and such of this negativism was the Extra section of The Florida- can't stand
transferred to Mr. Hall. Many Times Union and Jacksonville Jour have been in the history of this mile- come here without any fear of the ting the right plants for your land- plant them In is too much water So
parents hoped that by"losing Jim to nal of April 18, one wonders If the square city, the limits of which law. I have lived here for 50 years scape and flower garden.' a dry area of your landscape -
would be enclose more woods and swamp than among some very nice people and I fevenLn/ area with poor soil
the high school;we reserv- reporter, Joseph B. Verengia, spent homes and houses. Marigolds come In a wide variety of where flowers c
ing him Jfor our future, when our his time water skiing at Hampton The and downs have left resent having my colors and sizes. They're also among and you'll be surprised at how well
children finally reached high school Lake when he should have been MRS. FRANCES this
wrinkles and scars on the face of WADSWORTII the easiest plants to care for, because small l flower does.
age. Now Mr. Hall is going there also. checking the facts about his story. and Hampton they tolerate drought and pests '
Mr. Hall is a.strong man and I do hope Hampton is not 10 miles north of Hampton difficulties one after well, and they thrive in sun, or in very part Another popular summer annual is
the combination of these two fine men Starke it is six miles southwest, on tial shade. >' .,' ) the Celosia which is commonly called
will be the solid foundation the high State Highways 18,221, and 325,not on You can grow Marigolds from /seedor Cockscomb The Celosia comes in two
school needs to prepare our youth for U.S. 301 as your map shows. The In- ,. from transplants available at forms, which the common name suggests -
life "A.D." (After Diploma). tersection of Highway 18 and U.S. 301 almost all garden centers. Seed : Crested and Plummy. Both of
I am sure Mr. Hall has had his is approximately one-half mile west ( t lriji Jiq sprout in a few days. Marigolds are these grow well in the hot summer
share of criticisms and negative com- of the city of Hampton. 01ESTABLISHED excellent for use as flower borders months and can be planted by seed or
ments. Who among us can say there Check the Census figures for 1980. and if you select one of the dwarf transplants.Seeds .
are no negative comments about US? Is Hampton's population 300 or closerto varieties, they also make attractive take about
No can fill the needs and ? a week to germinate
one 350
person 1879 MEMBER edgings for the landscape. Marigoldsare and
desires of all the people, all the time. It doesn't take Bradford County also useful as cut flowers for indoor ;! they're plants will bloom when
How can we expect it from others? Sheriff's Deputies 20 minutes to get to BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Publishers education. about two months old. They
To Mr. Hall, I bid you a fond Hampton. Try checking Sheriff DolphReddish's New .Marigold varieties range in color from pink, and purple
Published each Thvndoy end entered o> Second Clot Matter at the are continually -) to orange, yellow and red. The large
farewell and heartfelt appreciationfor office records.
a Job well done and it has been my Which stop sign did the reporter Port Office H Star**. F(to. under Act of March '. 1179 seed catalog being,or'gardep.found-; so ;check'center your foes crested varieties have flower heads
pleasure being associated with you. count when he said there was one? varieties would like Plumed varieties ten inches across.
Subscription rate 'In trade ....s 't Per Yeerf $5 Six Month you to-grow.
Hang In there Charles, and we'll be And which three paved streets did he Another are P :tacular in
Outilde trade good choice for the
SIO Per IS.SO Six' Months form
eraei Yor and
high school age sorm5To count? Or did he only drive down the sum-f provide dramatic display of
mcr garden is the Portulaca
Phone M4-4M4 S....... Florid or Rose- garden
welcome hack as
Hatcrsnn W"
liiKWy main street, officially Navarre I Moss. Thc.-amall plant form as unusual cutl
a JfOUndnlV'r !
to |.ji'v Timh ,ni/'% nil things Avnnor.>. of flowC'l"II. Cockscomb will aiM work
hritfhl rnsnlikittlnwerii arid
"'4'111" drill I'.uqt..t..



'" '9 -I.-. r .. .. .... "'''''',.. 'I"" ., .. '_'.- ._" 'He ". '......IIO."'_ ,,,.. ,,..-.-,, .. .,,.,, "" .p... .. .. .,. ... .r .. .. ,,...........,,.' ,,...... .,,..,,..... _, ',_

., ,.__ ....... .. . "', ;; '''' ,

..,, .

April 29, 19112 TELEGRAPH Page SA

Paige Howard and Joseph Cassata, Jr.

Married April 9 In Lake Butler/ 30 The Social Side od

Miss Jennifer Paige Howard a white lace dress trimmed in green
ribbon with hooped skirt and carrieda
daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J.M.
Howard Jr. of white satin and lace basket of flower TheSociety
Lake Butler and Mrs. Gladys Mooty Of
Patricia B. Shaw of Witchata Falls, petals.The
bride,given in marriage by her
Texas, and Joseph John Cassata,Jr.,
son of Mr and Mrs. Joseph J. father, wore a chantilly lace and Editor,
Cassata, Sr and Mrs. Katherine T. organza gown,accented with chiffli I1

Cassata, all of Daytona Beach, were embroidered bodice and Venice lace lit ,r i ffT TI 964-7608 News !
tiered flounce under draped skirt with '
united in
marriage Friday, April 9, at TPO
attached train. The
7 p.m. in the Harmony Free Will Baptist chapel
sweetheart neckline and skirt
Church in Lake Butler with Nick were
Daniels and James Roebuck accented with tiny pink embroideredroses. t
performIng -
the nuptials.A Her French style hat was com- Weeks U.D.C. Woman's Club ;
Southern pleted with sheer organza with side' To Meet 5'
garden setting was usedon May Board to MeetW
the altar flower trim and secured her bow veil
palms ferns with fleas trees, assorted in back with face veil. She carried an T Weeks chapter, U.D.C. will The executive board of the Starke
white peace plants, silk assortment of white roses and lilies.A meet Wednesday, May 5, at 3 p.m. at Woman's Club will meet Wednesday I '
dogwood tree, urn of silk
magnolias; reception was held in the church the Western Steer Steak House with at 12 noon at the Western Steer Steak
pedalstaled oil and
lamp a gold McGriff Sr. N.B. Rosier
reception room. Miss Dawn Harrison Mrs. G.J. House. .
cupid thorns statue; on the cross, a crown of kept the bride's book at a round table and Mrs. L.F. Dinkins as hostesses. ,
with a dove and two Easter
lilies. covered with a pink cloth. A rose tree
!stood behind the table. Also used was
Presenting a program of nuptial an antigue easel with a picture titled
music. Now Open
were Cher LeSage, organist, "The Engagement."
Julie Schilling and Bill McRae
The bride table covered witha
solists, and Stevenson
Carolyn white lace cloth and centered with a
pianist. four tiered cake decorated
with white
Rob Cassata attended his brotheras
doves and white flowers on top. Irene
best man. Ushers Mark
and Pam Thomas cut the TlOUGlAS.
Blalock John .
Marcus Howard, III cake.
(brother of the bride) and Chuck \
Cassata. The punch table was covered with a "" ', ,
Miss white cloth with red embroideredroses .
Janet Summers served as
maid of honor. Attendants and centered with a silver ,
were punch bowl flanked by tall, long stem-
Dukes and Deborah BATTERY OF
med white irises and two white
Williams, sister and cousin of the
statues (a young girl and a young .
bride. They were attired alike in
white eyelet blouses, each slightly different man with an engagement ring in his .
hand). 'iy- \
\ \
neckline, white
long, eyelet
at the bowl and '. :
skirts, scalloped bordered hemline serving Presiding the punch cake Pam .:/; ; ;::-
groom's were
accented with tiny pink embroidered i ,
Hawkins, Merry Beth Crawford, M
flowers. Green Satin sash tied in Opal a1
Howard, Dale Clyatt, Jam! Goodwin 9647911OPEN
bow at the waist and all wore hoops w
and Mrs. Karen Tiliston.
and carried and
green parasols a
The couple is residing in McDer-
single long stem white rose. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Cassata.Jr.
mott, Ohio. Both are Cosmetologists
Michelli Mattox (cousin of the
but plan to start home
bride) served as flower girl and wore business. .

_.. u : O-5:3O Mon.-Fri. 8-12 Sat.

I Charlene/ Beam Honored at PartiesMiss Miss Keith Karen Carter Vaughan. 407 N. Temple Hwy. 301 Starke, Fl. 32091

To Wed May 8
Charlene Beam,June 26 bride- day lilies.
elect of Chuck Register, was honoredat Among those attending was the ,. The wedding of Miss Karen PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS
a kitchen shower Friday, April 16, mother of the prospective groom, Vaughan to Keith Carter will take Battery Specialist:

given by Mrs. David Smith, Mrs. Mrs. Lennard Register, Jr. and the place Saturday, May 8, at 4 p.m. in Automotive Commercial .
Harold Colston, Mrs. Charles Green grandmother of the honoree, Mrs. the First Baptist Church in Tampa, Marine
and Mrs. Carolyn Taylor at the homeof Volley Starling. corner of Kennedy Avenue and Plant 1.2 & 3 Bedroom Apts. Farm Equipment Lawn Mower MotorcycleRetail
the latter on Cypress Street. The hostesses presented the Street with a reception following at From '130" to '27510
The dining room table was covered honoree with a corsage with tiny wed the University Club in Tampa.All .
with a lace cloth and was centered ding rings attached and a steam iron friends and relatives are invitedto
with an arrangement of silk flowers in as a memento of the occasion. attend. ct: 1530 W. Madison Wholesale

yellows and browns. Hors d'oeuvers EQUAL HOUWMOMirtuMty Phone 964.6312 Friendly Service Reasonable Prices
and sweets were served.
---- ------ ----
Games with prizes were enjoyed by Over 13 Years Experience Acul

the 20 guests. SaverThis
The hostesses presented corsagesto Memory -.-- -- --
the honoree, her grandmother,
Mrs. Nellie Starling and Mrs. Len- very spedal photo album by Hallmark will

nard Register, mother of the prospective protect Mom's favorite pictures. "A mother is the

groom. The hostesses also gave heart,of the home" Is the message on the cover.
the honoree a toaster oven as a
momento of the occasion. Convenient refill pages can be added. $11.25

Birthday and spedal'occasion record book, just ,JI

$6.50.. I
Miss Charlene Beam, bride-elect,
was honored at a bridal shower Mon-

day, April 26, given by Mrs. C.A: '

Baldree, Miss Tammy Baldree, Mrs. :''li
Kevin,:TUlman and Mr&xJohn' Miller I t a mac._ ;
I'h" ; r t rah
'at the homo of the latterjnl' 9"!!r
Games were played by the 20 guests
with< prizes awarded and ,m craC
refreshments served. The refresh- \ j '(N1 '
ment table was covered with a yellow .

linen cloth and centered with a punch .
bowl encircled with ivy and yellow p 4: :Yic4t.A



O i 1M2 Htfbwfc., Cant. "Inc.
.i. ,
: -

I ?wfMLyrVl- Mw/ iIT : She'
The Office i
Kit d St

110.W..Call St., Starke, FL c.t Qaui4

: 9645764Stump's
nlli1tils I
r,1 )rl a :
'Iii' .,.1,' ) ::
qlllrJl1 I., 1
III +4a
.w :
d 'lt,
.... t .

Susan Moody Get under the
Greg Douglas i *

Miss Susan Moody, Fortune umbrella, free

Greg Douglas .'

To Wed May 22 .., 0 with Q new checking account.

Leesburg Mr. and announce Mrs'. W.fc.the Moody engagementand Jr. of (With $000 minimum deposit.)

approaching marriage of their r (

daughter, Susan,' to Greg Douglas,. r Trying! to ger along these days without a balance required with qualified direct

son of Mr.of Brooker.and Mrs., Howard C., O checking account is like gerring caught in deposit((7)) Insured to $100,000 by the

Douglas Miss Moody graduated. from the rain without an umbrella. Ir's more than :: FSUC 0 Simplified monthly statement 0

Leesburg High School, Lake Sumter ,. an inconvenience. It's a serious disadvanE r accessibility or 00 convenient locations
Community College and the University rage that can cost you rime and money. t 0 Personal, dependable service backed

of Florida College of Nursing. She t Now you can get a Fortune checking by 47 years of experience.

is employed as a Registered Nurse at a eiS ,gays na 5 t r, a. account with an umbrellaful of benefits : For convenience, beauty and interest you
Leesburg Regional Medical Center.Mr. ce You earn 5 Y4% interest compounded daily :: can't bear
Fortune. So
Douglas graduated from Brad- sr06 -oil ,tad ks' eat : come in out of the
ford High School, attended Lake and you pay no service charges if you 1 rain today. Open up a new Fortune check-

Sumter Community College and is eSeC3oexaz \ rOOan o1rese keep a S300 minimum balance. f. Ing account with a deposit of $000 or

currently attending Stetson Universi- tt Other benefits.are: 0 j No minimum more, and receive a free umbrella with
and will attend Southern aote.C1aS :
C beb 5UC5 e .: our compliments.
August. in Louisville, Ky. In c i ':::..'

The wedding Is planned for May 22 ,
in the First Baptist Church in Over one billion

Leesburg. dollars In assets.

30 friendly

Martha Lewis, offices in Florida.
Wayne HuntMarried rCL7Cl ilAI:

April 23 I Loan
Savings and Association
Martha Lewis,daughter of Mr. and FREE UMDMLLA OFFERI

Mrs. Malcolm Lewis of Brooker and Oortlmvn'i and---Iotlullvaur Wayne Hunt, son of Mr. and Mrs. I 1C and bid ro tClnrN.drd carrying" MntumtorflaovaUobl
*n Woe*anty tferrwn I urnboUa and golfumbigllo. i '
Wayne B. Hunt, Sr. of Gainesville I ovoriabto/ m Hmirvd color dxMC* On*urn
were united in marriage Friday brafla_account No account*may b#op nd by ,
mart and hjncHmu*tvmain on OMXMK foi 6O
April 23, at 8:30 p.m. at the home 01the Ou ivouky 5O M ctrl"oc with a fame tr: 1
HOTpmQ ACCOM d nor valid during ihlt promononOflwr
groom's parents. good tar o tmrvd nm*arty blr odvjnioo*
The couple is living in Brooker nowwhitoiupprylan NonchanoM ftfotf

where the bride owns the Styles by .
Martha Beauty Shop. Mr. Hunt is In. is
the real estate business., ', I' rrsHMEroMrHALtSTATI
.1 : .'

Old Yea Know........... .Store d. S .
Srarke: n JC' ...
F \ a
Mrs. H.C. Ritch visited her niece 'al'99S' W MadIson 945000t ... mr.
,/ Miss Sara Demaree in Ocala Wednes- Bradford Square .
) -
day to Saturday.


w..;-.... .. -' .--

'''''!' .
. .... \ I

I. t ." <'", "

'- I

PageeA TELEGRAPH April 29.1982

I wr Did You Know........... Madison St. BaptistsTo
The Joe Griffis, Sr. Have Homecoming

I To Celebrate 60th Mrs. Ray Brown and Mrs. Clyde 25th Anniversary
Sinclair visited Capt. and Mrs. John And
Anniversary a 1ra n Myers in Tequesta, Fla. from Friday Homecoming services will be
The children of Mr. and Mrs. Joe until Monday:, and spent Monday and observed at Madison Street Baptist
Griffis, Sr of Rt. 1, SR230E requestthe i1f Tuesday visiting friends and relatives Church on Sunday, May 2.
presence of all friends and .A a at Lighthouse Point, Fla. Former pastor Rev. W. Dunagan of
relatives to share In celebrating their f I j N Dalton, Ga. will be the speaker. Rev.

60th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Ell Chuck Peters of Atlanta visited his I Dunagan served as pastor from
2 at Grace Baptist Church on The church'es 25th anniversary
May parents, Mr. and Mrs. William, S. 1961-1963.
Road 100A from 2-5 p.m. ... ; Peters at Kingsley Lake over the will also be observed through the
The family request no gifts, please, + weekend. presentation of historical momentos
your presence and friendship will be a ""' '4. of Its past history.

most treasured gift. '" ''' 'I"!.,''' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Palmer, Jr. Special music will be provided by
.. I ""' "" and sons, Walker ,and Hague of the adult youth and children's choirs.
JO '1": "; Lunch whl be served after the
Jacksonville spent'Thursday to Sun- morn-
Crawford '
Peggy ,.' day with his parents, Mr.and Mrs. ing worship service.All .
Carl Oliver '" Palmer, Sr. at Klngsley Lake. former pastors, members and
friends are cordially invited to attend.
Plan WeddingMr. ;rl Mr.and Mrs. Jerry Moran attended

and Mrs. D.H. Crawford of the Jacksonville Beach bridge sec I- 1V\ 4 Revival ServicesAt
Hampton announce the engagementand tional tournament over the weekend.
approaching marriage of their ( Dedan Baptist

daughter Margaret Annette, to 1I'f \' Mr. and Mrs. David Byers of
Carlton Allan Oliver of Gainesville.The '. Jacksonville visited her parents, Mr. Revival services will begin'at
wedding is planned for Satur- ,.,,'. and Mrs. B.J. Eggers Sunday. Dedan Baptist Church in Brooker on
day, May 22, at 2 p.m. in the Westside Thursday, April 29 at 7:30: p.m. and
Church 4039 Newberry Road, continue Friday and Saturday nights.
Baptist Mr. and) Mrs. Tommy Chastain of The services will conclude Sunday
Gainesville. Bedford Lake entertained at
a family
Invitedto with dinner on the grounds.
relatives and friends are morning
All dinner in
on Sunday honor of their
attend the wedding and the reception Special music will be provided each
,t : daughter, Erica, on her third birthday
following in the Fellowship Hall. .,.1 and for their nephew, Buddy night.
The speaker for the revival will be
1,. Williams, of Keystone Heights, on his Dr. Johnny Arnette of Gainesville,

Carol Hildreth .", 16th birthday.Mrs. former pastor of the First Baptist
.-': Church in Beach. Dr.
GnannTo '. Neptune
Billy Elsie Pass returned last Friday
,:. ,: I Arnette is a practicing psychologist in
Wed 1 after two weeks visit with Mr.
May Gainesville.Rev. .
; and Mrs. C.M. Schneider and Mrs.
Carol Hildreth and Billy Gnann will JMr W.M. Wimberly in Denver, Colo. John Hendry, pastor of Dedan
be united in marriage Saturday, May 4 While there they'drove to Oakland, church invites everyone to join in
in the Kingsley Lake Baptist each service as well as dinner on the
1, at 11 a.m. Calif. to attend the Schneider's son'swedding
Church with a reception followingin reception on April 17 at grounds on Sunday.Riverland .
the church fellowship hall. Claremont Resort Motel and Tennis a *
All friends and relatives are invitedto and !Mrs Darryl Wakefield Club.

attend. Mercy Dee Hill and Darryl WakefieldWed Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jensen of Raye Padgett

Mrs. Kevin Tillman Bailey Island, Maine were last week Music Club
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al Kay Carlisle Raye Padgett To Present MusicaleThe
Honored at ShowerMrs. March 27 in Mt.Pisgah AME ChurchMercy .
Winner of PeeWee.
Riverland Music Club of
Tillman was delightfully
Robin has returned home Contest Brooker, a member of the National
surprised at a stork shower Dee Hill and Darryl Lamar Jackson High School and Florida Chitty Beauty
Federation of Music CLubs, will
by the Bradford A&M University. He was a member of after completing his courses at FSU. 4,
Wednesday given Wakefield were married at 5 p.m. on Catherine Raye Padgett, age observe National Music Week May 2
County Telegraph staff and held in Saturday, March 27, at Mt. Pisgah Kappa Kappa Psi fraternity. He is daughter of Greg and Julie Padgett of 9 1982.
through May ,
Mrs. J.M. Fields returned last
dining area. presently employed by Sheraton Cor Duval
the Telegraph A.M.E. Church. Lawtey won the 1982 Pee Wee A musicale will be Sun-
Anne was the recipient of poration.The Wednesday from North Florida 23 in
of and Mrs. held
Mary The bride, daughter Mr. Hemisphere Beauty April
where she had day, May 2. 1982, at 2:30 p.m., at
many lovely and useful gifts from her Arthur Hill, graduated from Bradford couple is planning to take a Regional Hospital Jacksonville. She also placed first Brooker Church.
fellow-workers. of wedding trip to the Bahamas in June. surgery.Mr. talent. Baptist
High School and the University runner-up in modeling A variety of musical talent including
'j."'" North Florida where she was a Raye returned home with a crown, pianists, vocalists, and other
X member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Mrs. Mercer trophy, medallion, banner and three instrumentalists will be "
: .; f Larry and Mrs. George FLynn, Jr. presented., ;)
..... sorority. She is presently employedby Shower HonoreeMrs. were in Tallahassee over the weekend plaques. She won her entry fee for Jr. Counselors featuring students in _.
Bradford School Board. for modelingand
County and half each
and attended the graduation of their beauty the program are: Mrs. Vera Clyatt of
The bridegroom, son of Rev. Frank talent to the State Finals to be -
Mercer complimented
Larry was daughter Neva Jayne, from Lake Butler; Mrs. Elouise Ramsey,
Wakefield and Mrs. Inez Hodge of at a stork shower April 10 Tallahassee Community College held June 25-27 in Orlando. LaCrosse; Mrs. Anita Countryman -
Jacksonville graduated from Andrew given by Mrs. Brian Pulling, Mrs. School of Dental Hygiene.Mrs. Raye was sponsored by Sonny'sBarBQ and Mrs. Nell Mann, Brooker. ;::
Phillip Johns, Mrs. Curtis Edwardsand Lavern Carter, Mr and The public Is invited. ..::.-
Local Residents Attend Mrs. Gerald Griffis at the homeof Janet Turner was guest of Dr. Mrs. OJ. (Ossie) Norman, Mr. and -"
Right to Life BanquetMrs. the latter at Camp Blanding. and Mrs. T.G. Ritch in Jacksonvillefrom Mrs. Harley L. (Johnny) Hazen, Mrs. -.
During the party hours 7:30: and Thursday to Saturday. Nealy Carter, Mrs. Essie Wood and Did .. -
You Know..... ..
John Craigo!
Lois Ann O'Malley, president, 9:30: p.m. games were played and
presided at the Banquet of the prizes awarded and refreshments Friends of Mrs. Cindy, Stickland On April 18, Raye competed in the
Alachua County Right to Life served. Rowell will regret to hear that she North Florida Regional Hemisphere Mr. and Mrs. Raymond DeVoe of
Organization held Monday night, The refreshment table was covered broke an ankle while descending the Pageant In Gainesville. She placed' Starke flew to Killeen, Texas over the
April 26, at the Holiday Inn in with a white lace cloth and centered steps at the Orange-Blue game at the first runner-up in the Pee Wee Beau weekend to attend the marriage of
Gainesville.Mrs. with a decorated cake. Punch and UF stadium Saturday week ago. ty, the only division in which she' their son, Raymond. Jr. to Miss"I_ _
O'Malley introduced the guest snacks were served. entered. She was sponsored by the Debra Sevens.Telephone _
speaker, Representative Tom Bush, Among the guests was Mrs. Lerpy Mr. and Mrs. Jim Montuoro and Florida Bank of Starke. for that event

who spoke of abortion as a product of Norman, mother of the honoree. ',?' daughters of Tampa and Mrs. Maxine ------ ----
a greedy society In the historical The hostesses presented Mrs. Hall and daughters of Gainesvillewere --
rl background of abortion, among those Mercer with a play as a mementct of
pen \ Sunday visitors their parents,
t '" -'" named as proponentswere.- Pla Wi.,.,v-otdhe.x'easio wi'. :;tV Mr.'anMrsrMac'BaldwnT'ry "7Wilffami '.'-:.... ..- .' '.
.* Aristotle.and Charles Darwln'',y :\ D '.i n. : I.G": "--" 0< ... ,....,:,..i. -rn. '. I ,. .
l .u lrF ",f ,4 'rw, 1 : -- -e II< .rI. 41L
Cathy Norman. r Population as an excuse control for in abort nKanj ten.:C"IUts.illfgiven ;Rep": *.%. ffMJjm&Honored!at Brunch h9., -. Xt!... : al en dthe! TJrnora' :! ;, ,.!.aaM MIYWM i:v.: w MNJAYMI.JM:.M /d.,'.'" I, ryy

FourthIn Bush stated. H vention in Plant City Friday to Sun-
Places Mrs. Jean Doyle, co-founder of the Miss Karen Vaughan of Miami i, day where Bill was a designer.; Customers
PageantMiss Right to Life Organization and Vice May 8 bride-elect of Keith Carter, was'
entered the President of the National Right to honored at a brunch Saturday givenby Among those attending the Arts
state finals Cathy for Norman the International Life Organization, spoke on the ad- Mrs. W.B. Mundy, Mrs. J.H. show in Cedar Keys during the Desiring Directory Assistance
Dream Girl pageant held over the vances in the last ten years in fighting DuPRe, Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr. and weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
Orlando. abortion. More progress can be made, Mrs. J.E.! Hardy at the home of the Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Houston Mc-
weekend in fourth in Mrs. Doyle stated, by writing lettersto latter on E. Call Street. Clane, and Mr. and Mrs. Millar Juddof BeginningMonday
the Cathy Miss Division placed out of 18 runner-up contestantsand legislators and actively working in Mrs. Hardy and Mrs. Haynes Starke and Miss Mary Runyon of ''- g,
qualifies for the National organizations such as Birthright as an greeted the guests at the door and Jennings.Mrs. 3 1982to
now May'
alternative.The ,
directed them to the room
Pocono Mts. in Oct
held in
, banquet was attended by a where appetizers were serve N.C. McConnell of Olustee and '
t tober. large group from various religious The four dining tables were enhanced Mrs. Lucy King of Pensacola were call Directory Assistance for numbers in''

organizations as well as their leaders. with garlands of ivy, jasmine and Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr. and local calling dial '1-411
Representing St. Edward's Catholic multicolored t dayhhes. Bridal place Mrs. Nealy McConnell, Jr. area,
Hamilton Brothers Church at the banquet were Mrs. cards marked the seating arrangement :ii\\,' f H4 'ot.w., ,;I4"oo/ I
Maura O'Neal and Mrs. Dolores for the 16 guests. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harrison of
Celebrate BirthdaysBill Meng. Corsages were presented to the Ocala visited Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison

and Brad Hamilton celebrated honoree and the two mothers, Mrs. on Saturday.
at luncheonat Maxie Carter, Jr. and Mrs. Roger
their birthdays Sunday a
Restaurant Old Fashioned Vaughan of Miami. The hostessesalso Mr. and Mrs. O.G. Strayhorn of
the Yearling given by >i n s R'OFFICE
their grandmother Mrs. W.H. Sing RescheduledThe gave the honoree a cup and Wildwood spent Sunday with Mr. and
Thomson and aunts, Mrs. John Grif- saucer to her china pattern. Also as a .Mrs. M.F. Hazen. ] ,!
fin and Miss Lillian Stump. old fashioned sing that was memento of the occasion pictures
Bill will be 11 years old on May 12 previously set for the 18th at Pine were taken during the party hours Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins and
and Brad will be 10 years old on April Level Baptist Church was canceleddue and given to Miss Vaughan. granddaughter Dodie McRae attended IIOWGaIISri t. ,
30. to illness in the group and has Among the guests were Miss Denise the Jeffords family reunion at
During the luncheon the boys were been rescheduled for this Sunday, Vaughan of Gainesville, sister of the Camp O'Lena on Sunday.
a birthday cake and favors. May 2.. bride-elect, Mrs. Harvey Horn of
given The performance will start at 7 Tampa, Mrs. L.A. Johns of Jackson Miss Pat Lamb was in Daytona ois
p.m. at Pine Level Baptist and ville, aunt of the prospective groom Beach over the weekend visiting the lt
anyone interested in listening to and Mrs. John Anderson of Callahan. Sternberg family

music of yesterday is invited. -.,
--= ------- -


Wall Portrait

: .
. in FRESH MEATSLiving

Hom.mad. 24 ox. Pock

Fresh Sausage 1.69ib' Wieners 1.69 N

1 Smoked Camp All Mat .

! J <-l Slab Bacon 1.09u 'Bologna 1 .39 Lb

Never,,before Full Cut Round Steak. . 2.59tt.
offered at 'l .
this Price! Generic I Food Specials I I Cope

1 'i r' 7V4 ;.. IB ox. : 2 Lb. IS 01. ., & Save $99?

,AT ,- : ff ''r, Macaronift BBQSauce ElbowMacaroni Cut Green
yr V <
: Cheese Beans
'+-' "
v.w 4/99 59' 991 3/89
Plus 76. for handling <- ,-. la.

t", ... 6 pk 12 or cant Royal' Go.. Here's where the
This" wry .p.c& on.r ll pr. : > '
....,ed .1 an .nprMlon of our Beer cold iud .2.69+Tox Sugar...... ,.",to. 1 .49,.
Banks for your p.rronl 8 pk'12' cans Golden Blend .
Compare at $25.001 new Victor: calculator
Beer c* Bud..2.49+i.. Dog Food..I 16.95

FREE to all Senior Citizens 'Meats Cut to Order
NO CHARGE for groups r1rI1LJLIIrL:

LIMITED OFFER one per subject, r6J'\ _
' .T.TPinehurst ai ilkinosi
d, oneperfam.ly... { rc ,_ .
:.! .c.: "' -. .- \ .
c See Us. orYourFre.ier: Beef

Grocery Ad Good April 30'-May Quantity Rights Reserved _. .

.. Hwy 100 E., Starke, Florida ., VICTOR BUSINESS PRODUCTS

Thursday April 29 2.7 pm Llte13, .. aroce3 1

Lawtey':' Fla.'782-3737 I'j'

.. ,r 4?,


,"I'l'Ill .1 MLMMY.aw.r..a.a !
,,'_........_".".- .
.,. u C !Y', ..-....' ,,....-.. .
k f ;

.. .. !J I

I raaiA

: rA. ... I

! T EfI 4r I II I

I41aaI .1,.., j .
,, .Ij ,'
,1' ; 7 7Ij i 1


.00with Bonus Buys Your Total

and Eveiyday Low Prices iood RI!!

You'll Save! will Total


' -..'--.

BONUS Bonus Bonus Bonus

.. .



;, LB
47 ...
c -. ---- .. --...--- --- .- .- --.-- ---- .


1 1 1 /
a / /

$ 89 $ 9,9 7a 49Ct



I !Ai : kA [ fJ :: I :: j '

.-" '
... ,
- - - -
- - -
- .
, '

-i.: -Jz-\;

_ _


_4I 1 LLI )

__ _

tiJ( : : S E _I II 1I J



p O E
1 A A 1

A D3oz


9 _


i I


Baby Shampoo $119 RoaLe mon . 99 12.1: Mahatma Rice 29C14.SOZWHOLE & L2I! LS TRAY S fl6O 0
Mushrooms .
Detergent(LAUNDRY) $169 1'2..1 Apple Sauce. $119 1O' Hunt's Tomatoes5 / Fla. Grapefruit. 5/$1


j GENERIC-Butter Chips 87C& r L.J: Taco Shells 211 g I 4.BOZSardines. . 394& &: 118.1 Oranges .1219 94&&: LLr

,GENERIC-24oz BTU : ; ; :a ANTRY 5RJD&J Ooaj CAN..rrr : : .To.; 18oxJAfi DRY ROAST ED t t$13 ;'130.1 :
Vegetable Oil 9 7Ei<<1 4.750ZBATHSIZE"4, 1. '20".P Peas 3--8 Generic l PeanutsPACKED ,...
Mustard . 59 96' Solar Salt . $1 99 20' Dove Liquid 99& 48' Slaw or Salad .
I .

I :

vRica r ___ _____ ,
.evaar.Ar ,
lRICI 1 OW aV.RYDAr low r NIf18 .... .
vxlce Y r 4.' I{ Pf
"Jt ;

liI L "

__Jw __
1 .....

;:: 16oz CAN SYRUP I ".\.:":." N CAU8HED?IilUCED OR 5 9 WUIE 'I..\.on:" ',259 :fI"1..;, .
;a ,
: : -. '_ '

AUGRATIN or :; CUT GREEN'.. .. :
65 3/$1
BEANS 'It-t' 0
i j 5.5oz 19.50ZCAN 16oz CAN ::
! .:!

i rl
Cc Moist,Cat Food 93 .97': Potato Chips .79*& 20' .,. Kraft Mustard. 69* LJ: Muffin Mix 2149 r-1!!:

Cotton Swabs. .4 9C& INSTANT MASHED )iI. $169 bd Hormel Chili 11 .
c Potatoes ., 5/51 g Vegetable ., 79C L1 '

L C: Hamburger ChIps 8 9C* BORDEN8-Cracker PACK Jacks 99C& rI Fyne Napkins 129 L2J: Sanka Coffee .. .J!$453 '

E G Gum Drops 99C Quaker Grits S129 Lid A& B Sauce4l$1 LJ: Maxwell House $437 GJI

I i icy OFF j.''R'ij, IIoii 10 OFF I "25 OI'V' .IR. 1m' 3Qe. OFF .lR. is

.. .
ii MASTERBLEND r. ( PANTRY PRIDE .I FRT O 85 :". --,-.NAB I SCO tll 2. CLAD88EN' i 11r f )oJBREYERS'iJ
: =. a,' TEA,- LAY.. y ,/, 190z OR BUTTER. "' ICE
COUPON I. 8oz PKQ. ,
THRU WED..MAY 5. 1082. .
II. .--.J ...w............... rA.............JL............. _.. .............waa


# ,'''', 'U .:T. ,.. j. M .

I ) i''

U.-1I.ffl* .r _________________


\ Liiii _

\:1 _____ ___

I Ti i T TTT I

k 7-, -r- ;1 _-_ \J -N .J _. __



BUY u i,



PS. 1








U.S.D.A.CHOICE BEEF r Lykes Bologna I Mrs. Filberts .

oV R'3'LBS-FRESHLY $_JI OCk r Lots otChickefLB59 10
Ground, LB SUCED IMPORTED r 89Ct. 1O
'TYSON'S ROCK.TWIN PACK r $138 3 Qtrs. Margarine
j'.1f BONELESS SMOKE LD99CFRYER 20 Cooked Ham. .
?S\\ E I Cornish Hens
LB$179 L 20 AXELROD'S-24oz CUP
Turkey i
Ham rl
SlICE OVER 3 LBS $ 59 0 TMIOH8.DRUMSTICKS 4.BREAST WITH RIBS 19 ool- Grill Franks $228 Us!:: Cottage Cheese. i
r IRn.< -t GENEFBC-', PKO: '
k """", C 9 HYGRADe120XPKQ. 1T rI 3L'/9"8(1
Oleo .
( : $15o"'rl arMATLAWS" 1 oZPK"ED.: Hot Dogs . 98'04 20 Qtrs.
Sliced Bacon
Lobster Roll .. 939 3O CAROLINA PRIDE- SLICED PANTRY CHEESE PRIDE-12ozPKO. $dR3BAmerican rLambShouldersLB$138
r'" MATLAWS3Ooz PKQ. I 11 98e 20 Singles
6O Stuffed Clams $289 : Roll! Sausage

soub WHITE:MtAr




I- y I .ve.r oeYr.IGq 49 BUY -
SvrmnM vac eu..roAr
ww _
''t HALF _
SAVE eoe SAVEift

...J.4Mta .. 1* t'A *',
I PAPER "l'f;" (: .w; 199
29' 8 9 cHOC a

;22ozLOAVes... "r FROZEN
""., -- SAVE eo- FRESH BAKED 8O"UI .,... '
..".... kMY f:
HAMBURGER oh' ; ,j; "" ROLLS
"' "jJJ; 6/69
:!:: $199'



2oz REQ.
BABY 29 Liverwurst .99 4p'
PANTRY PRIDE- 16o* r Green .89" rI 28' Solid . $1 70' .
French Bread 21$1 20 .
PANTRY PRIDE-Box 99 .I.J!: Cake o tJ!

BarCake $129 ILemonad 41$1 I rI I

SOURDOUGH MuffinsAAAPAMOUSePACK OH.ENGLISH. .3P1, g Pot des .2/79 1,001 8oz--PLUS WHEAT GERM 11 rII
rI 9 9 40' ( )
8 LBS Natures OrganIcs
0 6 9' t 0 FRUITEDI.
Kaiser Rolls 99 Bag Ice . .

I BOY-1 GET-1 FREE gjjsj



.v iorAY '9' (:" =:;:.' or MOUNTAIN PACK ieoz' DEW 5a suv.'e.---AND GLPf.,a.2SOX PECAN BAG ".,. a, ., I
160Z YOU PAY*1.28 WITH THIS COUPON. AND GET.)1 60S WALNUT BAG FREE I- ..... ......1e t
BOX OOOO THRU WED..MAY 0.1882. -...- '
$AVE 24- I. ..a.---...B.a..I I IL

1 J

, ,-....''"'""...""11I'..,....,., ..* ......., _.....' ....." ,-, "-"u"'" __.".,. m__,,.."...'_.".. .-,cC .'" ....'..". .,.", ..-.., ',,.'. .- '. 'R'" .,J'I""' -..." "..:.Mil' -",, "-"1I .. .' ,. '!' _S -. ,.'. .. ,. .. *- -SWW-- -. S :;;:;=.;. ; .-jiII,

:t ;: '
i iI iI
\ i I

I ,I I Lawtey News

I Sgt. and Mrs. Mike Crapes, Jr. and spent the weekend with his friend,

By Elizabeth Terry Gainesville. Paternal grandparentsare son Michael of Hlnesvllle, Ga., spent Ray Wilson.
Phone: 782-3300 Mr. and Mrs. Cecil: Taylor. Maternal Friday until Tuesday with their Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson Jr. spent :u::; ,

grandmother is Mrs. Agnes parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardce. the weekend at Plant City. They are
Jacksonville. (Mrs. doing a flower for
PERSONALS: Thomas, of They were supper guests of their arrangement a
Birthday Fellowship Dinner' was Thomas notified Miss Terry ol this other parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.D. wedding there for the flower show.

held at First Baptist Church on Sun Friday, April 23.) Crapse, Sr., on Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter and ,

day evening April 25 immediatelyafter Friends of Hoyt Starling regret to Don Hough of Gainesville spent daughter Marcella and their mother, iY77Z1L 1
church. Those honored on this learn that he is a surgical patient in Tuesday with his aunt Mrs. Rossie Mrs. Lois Carter went to Mr. and Mrs. 1i i

occasion were those who had birthdays Bradford County Hospital, having Reddish. Elisha Griffis' home at Raiford and I

during the month of April. had surgery on Friday, April 23. Our Capt. and Mrs. John Bloom and his enjoyed fish fry with them on Saturday -

Deepest Sympathy of the Community prayers are with him. brother Bill Bloom left Friday morn- April 24.

is extended to the family and Steve Futch, of Starke, stopped by ing, April 23, flying from Oakland, Mr. and Mrs. Reggie Norman, of I
j relatives of Dewey Bennett due to his to see his Aunt Miss Elizabeth Terryon California to Japan. Ichtucknee Springs spent last

death on Monday. April 19. Our Friday for a few minutes. Mrs. Bernie Jackson, and Mrs. Lit a weekend with their parents Mr. and

prayers are with them. Mrs. Fred Moore was a patient in Cook, of and their guest, Mrs. Mrs. Truman Norman.Mr. .
Mrs. Virginia Jenkins of Hilliard, North Florida Regional Hospital; Ha Rain Starker enand were luncheon and Mrs. Henry Smith went to

spent Monday with her mother Mrs. Gainesville Tuesday until Friday.We guests of Mrs. J.D. Kelly on Friday Memorial Hospital, Savannah, Ga., to
O.J. Anders. are happy to report that she is and visited afterwards.Mrs. visit'their brother E.E. Smith on Sunday

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tyler, of feelipg much better. Her daughter, Pat Hamilton and daughter afternoon. They also took E.E.

Starke, are the proud parents of a son, Mrs. Ann Andrews of Wildwood, Kimberly of Gainesville, and a friend Smith's son, Livingston Smith of

Michael James Tyler, born Thursday spent the weekend with her. visited her aunt, Mrs. Rossie Reddish Jacksonville, with them.
April 15. in Shands Hospital. Johnny DeVore, of Tampa, spent Mr. and Mrs. L.M. McClellan spent

Thursday night with his mother, Mrs. Friday until Sunday with their son
Mrs. Wendie Smith of Atlanta and
and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs
Pauline DeVore.
LEGALNOTICE Mrs. Juanita Harper, of Starke, her daughter Elizabeth Smyth, who is Ronnie McClellan and family of _

spent Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. attending private school In Jacksonville Vldalia, Ga. They treated them to an _
spent last weekend with her
OF TAKING BIDS Carl Prevatt. early Day dinner on Satur-
parents, Col.! and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. day night )for
they couldn't
FOR Those who enjoyed a school bus trip get
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker and
HEALTH INSURANCE to Disney World, Orlando on Saturday together on Mother's Day) at Captain
sons, John and Wannis, visited their Corners Sea Food Restaurant which '
PACKAGE April 24 from Lawtey were: Pam
grandson Jody WEstberry at University :
Tvlor. Carrie Sellers, Brenda Sikes. they enjoyed very much.
Th. SCHOOL BOARDOF Denise Gullon, Tina Harris, Nancy Hospital, Jacksonville, on Sunday Friends of Mr. Hubert Priest regretto ji
learn that he is In ---- _
BRADFORD COUNTY Shuford, Susie Kite, Sue Blackburn, a patient River-
Herndon George Huggins Savannah. Ga:, side Hospital l. Jacksonville. ,
FLORIDA will acc.pt Lisa Harley, Sherry Amy

sealed bids from Bensen, Terry Wilkerson, Michael THE SPINE Is YOUR LIFE lANE

qualified Insurance companies Wayne Starling, Cary Mize, Chuch

for Package.a H.alth Insurance .Ross Padgett., Danny Manning, and Dean m! Floriland Realty STRONG Bur SENSITIVE

All sealed bids must Phone 964-7700

b. received In the Office J.' 4"r a: j.393 N Temple Avenue, Starke, Fl. Virtually every auto I'tiin pill ami mu..c-It.. relaxant
of Michael R.ddl.h.Dlr.ctor -
New Cosmetology accident t"SUI't'l' neck itiiitpl t'or up tlw'or
of Business,
lower hark
before 7:30 PM. on July Class to StartA TALK TO A REALTOR! injury. I'tflhItOfl15.

19, 1982. Bids will be be 600' sq. ft. wood frame bldg., well septic tank In coun Watch for these danger; Do som"tin/-f ,.1,1111' the

opened that evening at new class in cosmetology will try. Ideal for small at home business or residence. signals! ; cause! ..
the regular/ meeting of starting in August. Interested persons Reduced In Price. 4 BR home, out of city with 200' en
need to contact the Vo. Tech. at HEAD DIXZINKV Keystone ClinicIRRITABIlITY
the School Board 301. Ideally suitable for In-home business. ACHES :
Envelopes shall b. clearly 964-6150 to schedule testing before Acreage. 57 ac. farm. 3 BR home, extra small cottage, 1 combines the most, modern

marked on the outside ,August. Testing dates will be: April 19 plus 2 outside bldg. Some financing. Fenced, good grade equipment and techniques;

that It I. a sealed bid for through May 27, or July 12 through road off paved road only to thl. farm. Very picturesquearea. 3 NF.RVOL'STE'islO"; with highly trained profeaxionuN ._ .!
Health Insurance August 13. Testing will include the PF.Rsb NAI.m ClUNCE.H;
Package. CTBS test and the Kuder Interest 15 Acres. Good financing, large oak trees, appro 2 "llt'c.-uhLlnr! ; in nerveand

Th. School Board Survey. Early registration is advised. miles from Starke. 3 NEtK; : & LOVER; ypine- rehabilitation.

reserves the right to reject There is a $10 yearly registration fee 5 Acres with assumable mortg. at 10'/ % Has partial BACK \I' Ion f/ mt hare lo live with

any and all bids. for the Cosmetology Program. Thereis \ built barn. ARM & SIHUI.DKR: imin! Call ,Imlnyfitr ncansultntion
DONE this 27th day of no charge for testing to qualify for 3 Acres. No Improvements. 4 '
April 1982. the program. 2 Acres with 3 BR block home to a qualified buyer, good PKS OR MHNESS ,

SCHOOL BOARDOF financing. ::: NAl'SEA lour auto insurance pajs
Summer School to Double Wide custom built home, lot size ItO/xUS. 5
BRADFORD Room to expand and grow garden. 1 Ac. with 3 BR INDIGESTION for jour II.t'ulnwnt.

COUNTYBy Begin July 6 home, large garage and storage area.Evenlngst '
J. T. Parrlsh "
Chairman Summer school will begin July 6 Please Call ''I : : :
and end August 8. If interested, please Vernle Odom Broker Keystone: Clinic i ,of Chiropractic; P.A.tHwyv .
964-547 '
4/29 2tchg 504Legal contact formation.5SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS the. Vo-Tech at 964-6150 for in- GRI.J.R. Kelly Associate ;'*?;,**:); ,, ,on \'"" .!&, t :, .H", :%$$&$_$&._' :


IN THE CIKCUIT COURT, ment; walk-In 1 I P.O. Drawer 1030, DATE.AND TIME: May'. time and place: 10 a.m.. Case No. 82-32-CF, RED.Date therly direction, along GILBERT S. BROWNAS ford County Courthouse,

BRADFORD COUNTY, cool.r/fr..z.r; convec Stark.. Florida 32091. 3. 19B2, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday. May 6, 1982, (1-3394)I ) of the first said Easterly boundaryand CLERK OF SAID in Starke, Florida bet-

FLORIDA. tlon ov.n; waitress station .' ((904)964-5701) and fil S PLACE: Bradford County City Council Chambers, IN RE: ESTATE Of publication of this Noticeof along the arc of a COURTBy ween I 11 I a.m. and 2 pm.

Cote No. 82-98 CA ; tables; chairs: the original with th I Courthouse Grand Starke City Hall 40;r AARON JEFFERSONCRAWFORD. Administration: April curve concave to the : Beulah Moody on the 6th day of May,

HORNE'S INTERNATIONAL booths; salad and' clerk of the above stylei I Jury Room 2nd floor North Thompson Street., a/k/e 22 1982. West and having a radiusof Deputy Clerk' 1982.

INC.. a Florld I display cases: court on or before Mal;r 925 North Temple Stork., Florida. AARON J. CRAWFORD, Aaron Edward CrawfordAs 143.I 5 feet, a distanceof 4/22 2tchg 4/29 GILBERT S. BROWNAS

corporation. Plaintiff vs. microwave oven: drink 28, 1982: otherwise c I Avenue, Starke, Florida. PURPOSE AND PROCEDURE ,. a/k/a A.J. Crawford, Personal Representative 52.13 feet as' CLERK OF SAID

SERGIO AGUILO .t al... dispensers; gift shop'judgement may b., PURPOSE: To receive Deceased. of the Estate of measured along a chord IN THE CIRCUIT COURT COURT

Defendants. floats anj: displays; cash entered against you foi,. Information from the The purpose of thi I NOTICE OF AD. AARON JEFFERSON having a bearing of FOR BRADFORD COUNTY By: Beulah Moody

NOTICE OF ACTIONTO register; mlscellaneoui the relief demanded 'Ir i public concerning the hearing Is to receiv t MINISTRATION CRAWFORD, a/k/a North 13 degrees 07'30" FLORIDA Deputy Clark '

DEFENDANT,: small war.; signs. the complaint or peti, qualifications of any testimony and exhibit:I TO ALL PERSONS HAV. AARON J. CRAWFORD West to the end of sold CIVIL ACTION 4/22 2tchg 4/29

SERGIO AGUILO, Has b..n filed against preliminary applicants orI from the companies ane I I ING CLAIMS OR a/k/a A.J. CRAWFORD curve; run thence 23 Case No. 828COMMUNITY -.-,- '

Residence: Unknown.. you and you are required tion.WITNESS my hand an i I the proposed locations all Interested partle I DEMANDS AGAINST THE Deceased. degrees 37' West along STATE IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ,';,

and all others who mal, to ser.e a copy of your the seal of said, Court or i for new quota beverage relative to the petltloi I ABOVE ESTATE AND ALLi ATTORNEYS FOR PER said Easterly boundary. BANK OF STARKE. Plain-, FOR BRADFORD COUNTY : .,.

b. concerned: YOU ARI: written defenses If any, April 21. 1982. licenses to be issued In and issues raised I ir I OTHER PERSONS IN-, SONAL REPRESEN- a distanceof,37,17, feet,,,?}tif.t\, ,y'. QVIO.NORMAN( > /:, I "FLORIDA' ..', ;
HEREBY NOTIFIED tha'I to It on EDGAR W. Mc. Gilbert S. Brown i Bradford County, Order No. 10276 date I TERESTED IN THE ESTATE: TATIVE! BESSENT, to the beginning of a and THELMA V, NOR CIVIL,ACTIOtf"Case .

on action to for.clos. Q, CURRY JR., plaintiff's attorney As Clerk of said Court, Florida. A listing of the September 8, 1981. YOU ARE HEREBY MOODY ft SALZMAN.WM curve concave to the East MAN, Defendants. No. 82.126

purchase mon.y mortgage who. addressIs By: Marian McKee applicants and the proposed Public witnesses will b.' NOTIFIED that the ''od- A. BESSENT III ESQUIRE and having a radius of NOTICE OF SALE SDA CORP Plaintiff

on real prop.rty In 2626 Ind.p.nd.nt As Deputy Clerk locations Is heard at the beginning I ministration of the Estate 148.14 feet; run thenceIn NOTICE I. hereby vs TARCELIA WOLBERT

Bradford County Square, Jacksonville, -_ 4/29ltchg5/20 available upon request. of the hearing, after''of, AARON JEFFERSON 606 W. Madison Street a Northwesterly direction given that pursuant to and JESSE J,. 'WOL ERT,

Florida and a security Florida 32202 on or BEFORE THE FLORIDA''Contact Captain R. which the companies will CRAWFORD. a/k/a Post Office Box 1056 along the arc of lost the Final Judgment JR., Defendants. :

agr..m.nt encumbering b.for. May 27, 1982 and PUBLIC SERVICE COM- Caplano 1 111 East present their testimony. AARON J. CRAWFORD Starke, Florida 32091(9o.t)96047262 aforesaid curve, a entered in case number NOTICE OF SALE

certain personal proper !;file the original with the MISSION DOCKET NO. Coastline Drive, Room and exhibits. All o/k/a A.J. CRAWFORD ( ) distance of 20,16 feet as 82-8 In the Circuit Court NOTICE Is hereby :

ty in Bradford County I Clerk of this Court either NOTICE OF 514, Jacksonville, witnesses may be croiS' Deceased h pending In 4/22 2tchg 4/29: measured along a chord for Bradford County, given that, pursuant to ,

Florida as follows: i before service on plain- 781020.TP TO NORTH Florida 32202. examined at the conclusion -the Circuit Court for ...... having a bearing of Florida I will sell the the Final Judgment .."
Part of the NE 1/4 of tllf'. attorney or Immediately -FLORIDA TELEPHONE of their testimony. Bradford County, NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO North 19 degrees 42' 40" property situated' In entered in, case number -,-,' '

NE 1/4 of SW 1/4. Section thereafter; CONTINENTAL PUBLIC NOTICE 1tchg 4/29 Florida Probate Depart- REGISTER FICTITIOUS West to on iron stake: Bradford County, 82.I 26. in the Circuit, .,. "

26, Township 5 otherwise a default will COMPANY TELEPHONE COM. The BRADFORD NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO ''m.nt. the address of NAME run thence South 85 Florida described as: Court for Bradford County ,11'-1('

South Rang. 22 East I be entered against you AND ALL IN. COUNTY SCHOOL REGISTER FICTITIOUS which Is Bradford County' Pursuant to Section. degrees 06' St.." East a Commencing at the NE Florida, I will sell the ,'II) ,
Bradford County for the relief demandedin PANY PARTIES BOARD. Stark., Florida NAME Courthouse, North Temple 865.09. Florida Statutes, distance! of 215.66 feet to corner of the NW 1/4 of property situated in 1IoJ

Florida b.lng more particularly the Complaint. TERESTED will hold a PUBLIC HEAR- Avenue. Stark., notice I. hereby given an iron stake, run thence SW 1/4 of Section 3, Bradford County ,,,

d.scrlb.d as'I WITNESS my hand and ISSUED: 41682. ING ON PROPOSED Pursuant to Section Florida 32091. The Personal that! the undersigned j South 76 degrees 41' 13" Township 7 South, Range Florida, described as.: ,,;,<,
NOTICE I. 865.09 Florida Statutes
follows: the seal of this Court on herebygiven BOARD RULE ADDITION Representative of Joan M. Callan and I East, a distance of 62.96, 22; East run South 30 f"') Lot 6, Plock .12.'; THE' (lj
Florida notice Is
that the
Comm.nclng at a April 23. 1982. 4124. JOB DESCRIPTIONFOR hereby given the Estate Is AARON EDWARD Virginia M. Struth Box feet to an Iron slokejirun.. ,for, ,BOB;" thence West ,WOODS a 'subdivision, ",

point in the Easterly rightof | Gilbert S. BrownAs Pubic Service hold Commission DIRECTOR OF PER that Jean the undersigned.Anna CRAWFORD 205 Hampton Fla., P.O. thence South 15 degrees 331.8 'feet! 'fa''the East according to a plot ,util: ,
will Alvarez 1650S.
way line and also Clerk of the a public SONNEL SERVICES & Walnut whose address Is Post Box 225 Stark., Fla. soleor !I 04' 30" West, a distance line of S.R. 100; thence In thereof recorded In Plat, ';,(,,;
this docket St. Stark.
known as the point of' Circuit Court the hearing In for extendedarea on SECONDARY CUR Fla. 32091 sole, Office Box 1056 Stark., joint owners, doing ,of 179.65 feet to an Iron' a SE'ly direction along Book 3. page 44, 'pubi|' ,; WII( ) ,

curve, said curve being BY: Marian McKee request EAS between RICULUM & INSTRUC. business onwer, Florida 32091 The name business under the firm 'stake located in said SW the Easterly ROW of S,R. records of Bradford -IH'IHJ'
service )
( doing
concave to the North and Deputy Clerk Breaker and TION. on May 17. 1982, firm of JobowesFashions. and address of the Personal name of Mascot 1/4 of SE 1/4, run thence. 100, ,110 ,f.e': thence County Florida. 'I|irI,II.(
West with a radius of 4/29 2tchg 5/6 the at 7 P.M., In the School name Representative's Novelties, Graham Fla. North 89 degrees 30' 40"1.: ,Easterly,to;ja 'point that at public sale, to the i (
Starke 1650 S. Walnut
at following .
II.514.16 (..! and a total Board Room of the Brad- Attorneys are set forth intends to register said West a distance of intersects,'the Easterlyline highest bidder for cash* ,, >,r1t
10 WHOM IT MAY CON. time and place: Street Starke, Florida
central angle of 14 ford County School's Administration below: fictitious name under the 191.25 feet to said of the NW 1/4 of SW at the front door of the /N'x I
32091 Intends
degrees 35' 01"; th.nc. CERNRE 10 a.m., Thursday Offices, 582 to register ALL PERSONS HAVING aforesaid statute Easterly boundary; run 1/4 of Section 3; thence Bradford County Cour- ,It/'p
along a chord bearing : Public Sale of Two ((2)) May 6. 1982 City Council North Temple Avenue, said fictitious name CLAIMS OR DEMANDS Doted this 8th day of thence North 2 degrees North to POB. thou., In Storke, ,,", ,.
Used Patrol Vehicles. Chambers, Starke City under the aforesaid ,
and distance of North 29 Stark., Florida. against the Estate are re April, 1982 In Bradford. 38' West along said at public sole to the Florida between 11 I a.m. ',,('i'
The Bradford Hall 407 North Thompson statute.Dated
degrees 48' 33" East CountySheriff's will Street, Stark.-, Copies of this Proposed this 8th day of quired. WITHIN THREE, 4/8 4tpd AI29J Easterly boundary a 'highest bidder for cash and 2 p.m. an the 6th day ,rof ,
526.36 f..t to the pointof Department Rule 6220.1 may be MONTHS FROM THE distance of 101 feet to at the door of the Brad. May. 1982. -
b.glnnlng; th.nc. sell the followingdescribed Florida. obtained from theSuperintndent's April. 1982 In Bradford DATE OF THE FIRST IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the Point of Beginning.at (I
along a chord bearing on Officeat PUBLICATION OF THIS FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. public sale, to the ,"
North 26 degrees 54' 33" Monday. May. 1982 at 4p.m. 582 North Temple ,- 4/8 4tchg 4/29 NOTICE to file with the' FLORIDA highest bidder ,for cash
of this
the Bradford
East 640 feet; th.nc. at purpose Avenue, Stark., Florida. IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Clerk of the above Court CIVIL ACTION at the door of the front
South 63 degrees 5' 27" County Jail. Vehicles can hearing Is to receive This is In compliancewith BRADFORD COUNTY a written statement of Case No. 82,08OMMUNITY County Courthouse, In
be and exhibits, Real Estate
East 84.36 feet to the Inspected prior to testimony Florida Statutes. FLORIDA any claim or demand STATE Bradford. Florida between Buys
from and
sale the companies
Westerly right of way /by will appointment.Vehicles be sold Individually all Interested partiesrelative Chapter 120.54 as Civil Action No. 82.169 they may have. Each BANK OF STARKE, a 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. .
line of the Seaboard AirLine enacted by the 1974 In re the marriage of claim must be In writing Florida corporation. on the 6th day of May '
for cash to the to petitionand
Railroad: thence highest bidder. Issues raised InOrder Florida Legislature. LUCY AZONOS Wife and and must Indicate the ,Plaintiff vs.. JESSE J. 1982.
South 16 degrees 32 30" Thomas L. Casey Jr. ARTURO AZONOS. Hus basis' of the claim the'WOLBERT JR. and GILBERT S. BROWNAS
((1)) 1977 Ford 4 dr. LTD No. 10276 dated
West 650.62 feet along Superintendent of School band. name and address of the 'TRACELIA T. WOLBERT, CLERK OF SAID .
V-8. 1.0. No. September 8, 1981.
said Westerly right of Bradford County School ACTIONTO creditor his COURTBy
7U63S165272. Public witnesses will be NOTICE OF or agent or I Defendants./' IflLILKNEF
way line; th.nc. North Board : ARTURO attorney, and the NOTICE OF SALE : Beulah Moody
((2)) 1978 Chevrolet 4 heard at the beginningof
63 degrees 5' 27" West dr. Impala V-8 I.D. No. the hearing. after; 4/29 2tchg 5/4 AZONOS residence amount claimed. If the NOTICE i Is hereby Peputy Clerk

201.44 f..t to the point U69L8S165084. which the companies willpr.s.nt 1 unkown. claim Is not yet due, the ,given that pursuant to 4/22 2tcho. 4/29 .
of beginning. Containing NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO YOU ARE NOTIFIED date when It will become ;the Final Judgment r5REFILTYfr450E5Efl

2.099 acres. For a pointof Dolph E. Reddish.Sheriff. exhibits.their testimonyand All REGISTER FICTITIOUS that an action for due shall be stated. If ,entered In'coie number Secluded Cabin 10 acres

r.f.r.nc. beginningat NAME DISSOLUTION OF MAR. the claim Is contingent or I 92-108. In the Circuit fenced has barn small
witnesses be
Bradford Florida cross-
the NEW corner of the County 4/29 examined may at the conclusion Pursuant to Section RIAGE has been filed unliquidated the nature I Court for Bradford County pond $35,500. I
above described tract 865.09. Florida Statutes, and of the uncertainty shall
of their you are required to Florida;I will sell the
thence along said t..tlmony.JURISDICTION notice Is hereby given serve a copy of your be> staled. If the claim Is property situated in In Town 3 BR home, corner
of IN THE CIRCUIT COURT that the undersigned the lot, to settle. estate
Westerly right secured
way Jurisdiction sold written defenses If any security Bradford County 221 Lafayette St.Across from Wishbone '
liae of the Seaboard AirLine EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR. over Is Susan Mary Senkbell. to It on petitioner Rt. 1 shall be described. The Florida described as:, $13.000. OFFICE HOURSt
Railroad/ North 16 CUlT OF FLORIDA IN utility companies RR2 Box 403C Melrose, Box 908. Stork., Florida claimant shall deliver A of land lying
AND FOR BRADFORD vested In the Commission Monday Friday t S Saturday*. 12 12
degrees 30" East 133 Fla. 32666. sole owner, 32091 on or before June sufficient copies of the partly In the NW 1/4 of Meng Dairy Road Cypress noon
f..t; th.nc. South 89 COUNTY pursuant to Chapter doing business under the 1. 1982 and file the claim to the Clerk to SE 1/4 and partly In the 3 BR 1/i Bath woodstove,
364, Florida Statutes.and .
degrees 53' 20" East CIVIL ACTION this will firm name of Ceramic original with the clerk of enable the Clerk to mall SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Sec- chicken house, approx. 12

503.9 feet to the Northeast Case No. 82-81 proceeding Marketing Associates, this court either before one copy to each Personal lion 28, Township 6 acres, $34,300.Rental .
be said
of the SW In re: The Matter of governed by address same as above
corn.r addition service on petitioner or Representative. South Range 22 East In
1/4 of S.ctlon 26, the Adoption of MED. chapter In Florida to intends to register said Immediately thereafter; ALL PERSONS IN. the City of Starke, Bradford Properly, 2 BR i
3 South. FORD WILLIAM SMITH. Chapter 120. fictitious name under the frame home In town
Township Rang. otherwise a ludgment TERESTED In the Estate to County. Florida:
Statutes, and Chapters
22 East. NOTICE OF SUIT .. FloridaAdministrative aforesaid statute. will be entered for the whom a copy of this said parcel being more $11.000. I
and 25. .
And with Dated this 27th day of relief *
tog.th.r : demanded In the Notice of Administrationhas particularly described as --T
stainless' steel freezer- : JOHN TAYLOR Code. April 1982 in Bradford petition. been mailed are re follows: Block home with 3 BR'.,

cooler; electric/ and/or SHAFFER, GENERAL By Direction of the County. WITNESS my hand and quired. WITHIN THREE Commence at the central heat ft air 32500. I IJ
Florida Public Service FOR THE HORSE LOVER
gas broiler: DELIVERY Flatwood., Commission this 16th 4/29 4tpd 5/3O| the seal of this Court on MONTHS FROM THE Southwest corner of said

miscellaneous .h.lvlng; Kentucky 41139. YOU day of April. 1982. NOTICE OF HEARING BY April 9, 1982. DATE OF THE FIRST NW 1/4 of SE 1/4 and run 19acres, 1 acre pond. 4 acres large pines, blance !

grlddl.; stainless steel ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED Steve TribbleCommission THE FLORIDA PUBLIC Gilbert S. Brown PUBLICATION OF THIS South 89 degrees 57' pasture, fenced, greenhouse, big hay barn with horse ,

salad pr.p4 hood; fir. that an action for the Clerk SERVICE COMMISSION Clerk of the Court NOTICE, to file any objections -East, along the Southerly 21.NeIghborhood stalls. Home Is concrete block construction with 3 BR, a
of the of
extinguisher system; hot matter adoption ltchg429NOTICE NOTICE I I. hereby By; Beulah Moody they may have boundary thereof a __ 1 bath woodstove to cut fuel costs, plus central heat.

food table; plastic dish MEDFORD WILLIAM:'- given that the Florida Deputy Clerk that challenges the distance of 38.89 feet to Pretty setting plus 10% assumable mortgage!
containers; dish racks: SHAFFER has been filed OF PUBLIC Public Service Commission ._4/29 4tpd 5/20 qualifications of the Personal the Easterly boundary of Properties.Inc. I

v.g.tabl. slicer\ ; sllcers; against you and you are MEETING will hold a public Representatives or. the right-of-way of State Realtor Houses and Apartments for Rent

mixers; stainless steelwork required to serve a copy The Division of hearing In this docket on IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF the> 'venue or jurisdiction Road 100 (also known as 964-5231 Property Management Services

:,.. tobies: can opener: of your written def en.... Alcoholic Beverages and the request for extendedarea FLORIDA EIGHTH,of the Court. Water Street), to the ., Appraisals
safe: heat lamp.: 2 If any to It. on the plain.tiff' Tobacco announces a service (EAS) between JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN1' ALL CLAIMS. 'Point of Beginning. From IMDiriSJDSITTlT.. OWMSaBOrlUIID.. ; Susan M. Foulkner-REALTOR-944-5045 3!

camp sink dishwasher;, 'attorney whose public meeting to which Broaker and ,AND FOR BRADFORD' DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS Point' of Beginning thus JUal'0 I9e5-Csntuy2I Ml. Irene. L.Feulkner IIALTOR-ASSOClATI.9U.lttt :1
and address I. t Corporationqu
olr-condltloning equip- name all persons or. Invited: Starke at the following ',COUNTY, FLORIDA. Pro- NOT SO FILED.described run In Nor- ( Homing' Opportunity cat i ___ Ludlf.$psy.IROKER SALESMAN-'44-(420 _
P.A. .
I bote Department. ''WILL BE FOREVER BAR. _



'. '_ I -

..... '" .,'J '" 'Y "' '' ,,. ., ..._.. ',., "" -' --. .. u. .. '* ... ..'.._...... II -......... ..,.... ...... .... ..
.. 7'fIJ.; ; .. .
----- ,, ,-_._._ ." ,, ......,..._.... ...._:._- --_..... ..... ..' ; .. JJq;' -v..__,..'_ .' .11I '_ -1 IV .. "''f'
d I' ,
,, J



f5lIJUf5( ( I ( : d'!I'j'..' .' :" U'I e},. tt.'fJd-, ._; ) ".1)m< '''I' ..Ae .I">". "o' "Ut1 :

IL ': ,. 1. 1':': : Jr;. 4- grap 11 jr

:'.,r,-"r ';," ,ItI I"I II I.- "',1. ".''I Ii!" ', .f' ***.>.* '


J Jt
tI uo ri t

( Quick Stop ((3-0)) Leads ; Express ((3-1)) Olins: !


r Right Behind in Mens League Softball Play !

; 301 Quick Stop stretched its recordto a double. Matt Hull 2.3 with a double, 2-4 with a double and Charles Wright double and scored the winning run in
.. t 3-0 with 2 more wins last week and Randy Corbin slashed a pair of had a triple the Wildcat victory. Also Buck Nor-
;;;.*.. stayed out in front of Express (3-1) doubles Bill Ratliff tripled, and Fred For the Honky's Delia was J J witha man went 'J-4. Mike Teston 2-3, and
.: "" 1 and Olin's Mobile Homes (2-1)) in the Wheeler was 2.2. Buck Norman went rtouhln and Larry Green Jack, and Massey and Sanford had extra base
:" '" Men's League play.Tuesday 2-2 for the Wildcats. Mei'ren Lizenbpe also had doubles hits For Country Boys Tommy Wise

fr. was Z-I:I with a double, and Steve Cub
;, ;i ,April 27 \\<- :,. The two league leaders won both :Monday. ;\ril26( ( 301 Quick Stop's Terry Stratton and Gilpin David Thigpen and Jimmy
t : ends of an Edwards Rd. doubleheader Both the Express and Olin's movedto Gene Tanner both poked 2 homers to Alvarez slapped doubles.

"'t l' .' I'j,. ,..v... .". .'" with Express easing by the Lawtey 2-1 on the season with wins Mon lead their club to a 15-9 win OVl'rOlin's
.. _.... .. .- ....< .-. r Wildcats 18-1 and Quick Stop outscoring day. Mobile Homes while the Keystone was led by Scott 2-3 with a
? .. JII\i_..: .. .. :: the the Wildcats 3-run homer. Ray 3-3, Jimbo 2-4 with a :
.... ."...( 1.. ,I. Country Boys 22.12 in Lawtey edged D.J Count)
.',.) .__... .;.1\-...:.t _"_. ',. ': ..,,1.\"'\" nightcap.Tom Express beat Keystone Merchants Boys 6-5 and Keystone Merchants top- double Richard 2-3 with a triple, and
"... "' .. .. -- ". 11-6 behind the hitting of Matt Hull ped the Honky's 6-2 in play la<>' Andy Phelps, Steve Thomas, andGI..nn

-.. ...,:",::",:; Paladino Jr. belted 2 homers 4-for-4 with 2 doubles, Joey Bennett Wednesday. Moyer 2-3 Larry Green,
.-,. .
!!:'. _. ." .) ; ,. _......,.', ... to go with a double and went 4-for-S to 2-3 with a double, Fred Wheeler and r'harles Evans, and Tom Paladino Sr.
., _f.; lead Quick Stop. Also Terry Hardec Stuart Duncan 2-3, and Bill Ratliff 2-4 Stratton was 4-for-5 with his 2 were 2.3 for the Honky's with
,:.. : .: Paladino and Daniel Griff
", 4V was 5-5 with a triple Gene Tanner 3-4 with 2 doubles. For the Merchants roundtrippers and Tanner 3.4 for rapping

,. .... ..." .' ., '. ,\..., ',, ." with a home run, Grady Bostick 3.4, Mike Grace was 4-4, and Scott and Quick Stop Ronnie Thomas was 3-s! doubles.
_. ... ... ...... .,.. __ '. ..,.. ......,.. ;;'1" ''' 'J:.''.''. Farelon McClellan 3-5 with a triple, Ray both 3-4 with a double. with a double, Eddie Dyal 3-4 with 2
,; 4'1.,.'. '_... ... ;OO--" '" ". ..' ,7. ,4(. k '., _. )Ii'l _.i.:: :.' '.,.;7''. ..< the losing Country Boys Jackson Olin's edged past the Honky's 9-8 doubles! and Farelon McOlellan swat SOl Qukk' Slop 10.
.' oar *" "'t :'I. /,' "i. .."".h' Prevail was 3-4 with a double and when Glen DeSue scored on a double ted a triple Sam Bennett was 3-4 withan f.pr.. J-|

I .' .. ."".. ''., ''. :. .....''.....,:ib' _._ ,...;.,+,'..21I't.I \: ...,".-'. .n,.,... Lloyd Gilpin and Steve Cubbedge also by N. Easley with 1 down in the bottom inside-the-park homer and a dou K all..,....Mobil,.W ''' had base of the seventh. 2-3 bio lead!
extra hits. Easley was to Olin's J Country Boyc I l.|
Pointing the Way... Greig Moyer cracked a solo homer with a triple and his game-winning ......,"lid,... |1-2

I Third base coach Bill Good waves teamate Stuart Duncan around third a triple, and was 3-4 to lead Express. double to lead the winners. Also, ALee wayne Teston was 3-for-3 with a Monkyi *.|

IJand towards home in Express' victory over the Lawtey Wildcats Tuesday Mark Graudons added a 3-3 night witha homered, H. Reed was 2-3 with a
triple, Randall Thomas was!' 3-4: with triple and double Sam Bennett was


II., Hosts District Trc ck Meet Thursdaygirls HEARINGPursuant

to Public Law 92-500, a public hearing
For the first time in years Bradford
High School will host a district track What: District 5-AAA Track & Field Meet To do that Bradford's aces like shall be conducted at City Hall on May 25, 1982 at

sand re-school field District championship 5-AAA chase meet unfolds as the When: Thur.. May 29, 3: p.m.; Finals 5:30. Smith sprinters, versatile Pam Hawkins seniors Tyffany and Louette>Gnf 7 p.m. o'clock to discuss revisions to the City of

today, Thursday, April 29, at the BHS Where: Bradford High Trark Starke. fig and Alesia Sheffield and freshman Starke's 201 facilities plant consisting of

Who: BUS Buchholz, GUS, Eastside Live Oak, Santa Fe. distance cog Linda DeWitt will haveto discharge of treated waste water into alligator
l'Uval..Meet offset the likes of Meredith Howell,
time for the field events and creek
the Bobcat senior who is one of the
: tinning is 3
] preliminaries p.m. with
'Yi l ls'ln the running events starting best hurdlers and high jumpers in the The city's requesting EPA Grant Assistance for
District "cut" the better their relate units that have been strong state.
\ The 6 schoolsBradford, Live Oak. chances for scoring at Region and all year. 'It's an iffy thing right now improvements to the existing plant. A

Suwannee Alachua Santa Fe, State. we'll just have to see who can and who Some of the other top athletes on preliminary draft is on file for public examinationat

Gainesville High Gainesville Loper said Tuesday he places in- can't run and then make the decisionsas hand include nationally-ranked triple the City Clerks Office. Interested
Eastside and Gainesville Buchholz dividual chances for state honors to who runs where." jumper Shawn Akridge of GHS parties can
will be battling for the team titles in right up there with team glory whose 49-1 effort is tops in state review the draft plan between the hours of 8 a.m.

the boys and girls divisions but just as Loper figures Suwannee and history. Live Oak sprinter Reggie to 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday.
"My priority number one is to
is individualsand get Buchholz are at the head of the classin Ford has gone 9.6 in the 100 and Z2.11n
important qualifying people to qualify on to the state meetif the boys team "with in the 220 with Buchholz
relay teams on to the Region scrap us ace Roger FOR THE CITY OF STARKE
they have that capability, Loper> "
there for third. The girls duel shapesup Campbell right behind himEastside's .
meet, which is set for Friday, May 7.
said Tuesday as he planned where
as a struggle between Fred Robinson has
depth-rich gone
andthen C. TUCKER
Brooksville Hernando NEIL'
at High,
people would be placed in the District Buchholz and the Lady Tornadoes 4:30: in the mile and all three boys ,
the State
to class AAA
on meet, worksheet. "But very close to that is from BITS with Buchholz the
favorite. look to show District
relays speed as
set for Friday, May 14, at Showalter CITY CLERK
the question 'can win the meet?
you But Bradford isn't conceding defeat teams.fseem to be loading up their
Field in Winter Park. The top 4
The Tornado coach said grade 4/32 2tchq 4/29 '
just yet. with their
relays best runners.
placers in each event move on to the eligibility problems that have poppedup .

next week, and BHS Coaches George just this week may poke a serious '"If we put'ir 51.: together; Yuri 6ur< < .m _._. ...

Loper and Buddy jzevtlsknow the hole .in' Bradford's attempts; fq( bEs:> lUmes: and/everyone contribute \
more athletes they fan get past the r. District titles? and may also affect the '' we1 fbuldVit) it'Loper> .said, .T' ill 'Ct -.r' "

I BHS Track Teams Sweep Final Dual MeetingThe

BITS girls and boys track teams was freshf11aqa.rr.W': a !!. taking! 89-0 Hugh' Jump-1)) Warren (B! !-4.2.) BellacB
warmed up ,for Thursday's District high point honors with 17 points on the ( )> !-3.3))Sanders i HI 4-11 Long Jump) Run
meet with dual-meet I IB) 17-41, II Lane (IB) i2-33/..
a leisurely seconds and win the
strength of 4 a in- Triple Jump Russell (8135-0'4.120 Hurdl1)SlelnmelzK)188,2)B
sweep over Keystone Heights last high jump. ( Warren,iB) 17 6.10OBankiBin3 T'f' T'f t T TfJ T7 T T11 T 1
week at the Tornado track. The BHS Russell tallied 14.75 points, Banks ) .21 A Jones girls won all but one event enroute to 11.75, and Ron Davis the winner in 105 Mile1) McKinney (B> 5:102, 440 Relay- o1
Bradford i Lone Banks A. Jones, Bellamy) 493
a 107 19 romp while the Bradford boys the 440, 8.75. 440- 1)) R. Davis(18154 0. 21 Russell (181 56.0, 9Pellawny
won 11 of 16 events to score an H8-43\ (B) 585 330 Hurdler Sleinmcti (K)
victory over their KHHS counter- 4342)B Warren )IB) 494. AHO-1)) R Warren 2.13 I. 31 C. Thomas I IB) 2 27 3. Mile Medley
parts. 2-TE\l\Il\IEET AT BUS Relay. 11 Bradford i Sanders, Hussell, Moore, C
Bradford" ''scored perfect sweeps' 'Olrll.Mm $.....f .ADfOIlO 107 w.,...... 1I Jones) 4 00 4.
(1st through 3rd place) in 9 events, Including -I' >Wlnii' .nondlNSplM. .r* ., 2201)( Banks (IBI 232, 2) R. Davis (IB) 23 a. 3)Pellaway ) .
all the girls field events. The )j.S"1! fluM> oh"lfIeld 26-10 2) Mann 'BI) (Hi 255. 2 Mile- 1) Graziann (K) A
230. 3)) Smith (BI) :J b!( in Discus- I 1) Sheffield (Hi 11:JO I... 3)) T Davis 12:21 8. Mile Relay-1)) Brad
Tornadoes! also went 1-2-3 In the
Lady !
80-8.21> Griffis, IBI 738:31 Mann 'B W9 Hii h ford (Bellamy, bane A. Jones, Davis) 3:447.:
8RO while the BHS boys swept all the Jump-Grtffi IBJ( 4-T;tl) Long I B(4-5;J) Shef .
points in the'1100, 220, 440, ,' and high nold\BI..I.( ) : '
110 Hurdle II Qriffll (B,16.5ShefheM (.&< *
jump. 174. 100- 1) Hawkliw (Bill) ?__3)) Long I IB) 134MlleJlfteWIU '
Pam Hawkins won both sprints and IBP8'OU... 3) RprryBl' 6.451 y
the long jump 'for' the girls, Linda 440 ,Relay.,Hi r Bradford (Park, K Kimulls) UNITED PENTECOSTAL ,".
DeWitt won1'the mile and 2 mile, and Boswell\ .Jefferson) 56 8. ", .
440-)Smith I BI) 62 1.330 hurdler> Gnffi a 8, CHURCH
Tyffany pnffift won 3 events and was,, 'I 21 ShefflPld IBI 55 I I. 880- 1) DcWItt J'4(14( 21) MKimull 204 N. Waters R.v.0.1.. Wellj

second in Another but it was Alesia >2 530, 3) Mann (B) 2 MO Friday 7:30 PM. .... .Youth Service
Sheffield whd the shot and Mile Medley Relay It Bradford Perks Jeffer
Hawkins Bl Saturday, 7:30 PM.. ..Men' Pray.r
with son, BoBwell. Criffm) S 07 1 221) {II ( )
discus, that kas'girlshigh.. scorer. 26.1. 2 Mjlb- U Rucker |K) 14:45.3. J) M Kimulls, ,Meeting .
17 points. 14.53 8,3))Fusnell I 18114) 97 0 Mile Relay, \I) Brad Sunday 10 AM i 7:30 PM. . Sunday \ .
For the boys Donnie Banks won theI'(4f'"and'220'Brad ford Biwwell( ,Jefferson, Smith, Hawkins 4 23 1.
School Evangelistic Service ,
t took the
Russell Ioyo'..m Ic..... ...4f.,4 M. ...r'toU.. Tueiday, 9 AM. .Ladles Proyer Meeting
long and Richard ,....... =
PaullMcKinney w .d.HI RI.a.n Wednesday 7:30 PM. .., Bible StudyObey ,
Warren and capturedthe Shot Put- 1) Presley (IKI 31.9.2)) B. Warren (8.) Actsi 2:31.39
mile and 880 respectively. : but it i', 33-8, DlacuB-! Presley(K) 99-0.11 B. Warren(8))

--- The Perfect Double Feature.

l gROUND- "; 'o ( 1 Gustafson's* 1.69 MILK Low-Fat O Here's what makes it perfect. ..

Gal. I mo* and Cinema": 3 Cinema:

::TFU.t Fresh Crisp California California Gustafson's Lemon The two cable TV channels with More movies, different mop ies.

Fruit Punch, Grape, Orange over 80 different movies a month. Cinemax'shows all movies all the time. And each
| LETTUCE Cauliflower Broccoli Only f HBO and Cinemax show entirely different month, Cinemax movies are completely different from
| FRUIT DRINK89C features each month. So with The Perfect Double those shown on I HBO You'll see films like Carnal

B: 49 1 2 9Head 8 9 Feature. there's always something terrific to see. You Knowledge, The l/ordiJ/g. La Cage Aux Folks 1 and II
Head Bunch We Carry can turn from a recent smash movie on HBO to Stei'te. Huckleberry Finn plus a film festival of Thea
.TE Gal. smashing Hollywood musical on Cinemax. Switch Many Faces ()fitur'Stilen.: Mysteries. fantasies,
.. Natural Honey adventures romances. ..something; for
from an HBO superstar performance to a superb every movie
Fresh YellowSquash r :a foreign film on Cinemax. And there's something great lover in the family. That's' Cinemax!

i '.: .f ar I., ,to watch, whenever you watch, because both the J IBO and I C.
Extra Large
24 hours
kt 1 White >z HBO and Cinemax services are on a day. The perfect entrainment value.
3L I1 EGGS 2. With over 80 movies plus! .sports! and specials choose
sports. from each month HBO and Cinemax bring you the

Florida 9 Home Box Office' shows all the hits like Stir Crazy greatest choice your entertainment dollar can buy.

South $19 and The j mSfflsmls.ButGreatMoviesAreJustThe .-- ,..

White Corn6f,89 2Vt Doz Flat Beginning: You'll also see HBOnlys1"-entertainment fo '
showing only on HBO and nowhere else on national HE\5 I .

( "e pay TV. Movies like Carbon Copy exclusive specials ..
x SEAFOOD ise like Robert Klein at Yale and exclusive sports like The .
Large Selection Perfect Double Feature.
Fresh Heads Off World Championship Boxing
of South Florida ,
West CoastMullet RockShrimp$2"u -
Watermelows South FloridaVine 79 I o 1982 Home Boa Office, Inc. a Regt.tid acme*mark and Iv41evC.mark of)II,",,* (An Offu. Inc
010. .
Ripe 3. HBO and Cinema ttervtces ire avBilabl In am carved by cable TV and elected apartment huddln4a, and pnvale residence,
Wmson Swej 4 ......
a TomatoeS ...
.a' "w9 Fresh Water .
Apalachicola J ,
Sftuc\ '
M' 1 1 Nil 9 9 c < \

49CLb.Oysters 99Pf Perch Lb< <<.: &.' CALL. [ 'TODAY! HBO AND! CINEMAX ARE AVAILABLE IN: ,


Norman's Farm Produce Bradford Video Bradford Video) '. "
,. ""t" '
.. : : .272-0740 272.0740, ., .

kuantiity righta reserved US 301 N Starke 964-6071 : .... '" "

: i

,. :; ;, -

', : ..' I'1 .., ".\' ., .',:.;;.
: I. \ ii, .r. : ; ; : .. .
I '
_ __ .,"1V-J\.d: !. _., ... ....,ar Of'".Jtl./4! ; >. ,1''' j .Sri\ .. .' ".w_ H.'h"1 scarsMlaallWlMd,'" T' ''. ... a''-\ .' .brA1iM.' .- I

.- .. -
.. ... .. -4 II .. ... I .. a ..... : -. .,.. .,.. ., ...-- .... -, -
iI') ........... __ III It .. II I _1'11III11I, ... 'iii ..., 11iii.. .. > .''''r, _.. .p"I ..... .

r 7 .

Page 12/\ : April 29. 1982

F Tornadoes End Up 13-11 With Split at District's: .
< ,
... .G I" k,; ." r
J c. ," ".
I < Ii (;( I.
Bradford High's baseball Tornadoes a .;\,/ .'"'If ,.''".;( ,11ft"r',,11.1"; ,"',' doubles and 18 nibbles!. handy Parado
: I Ih IrtMNU club in walks but also .
edged by Live Oak 4-3 in 4u j ;" led the with 25 '
\. 1; Wednesday's first round but the bottom : "" hit a solid ,298 with 20 runs and 4

.. in Thursday's felt out on an semi's up-and-down with Buchholz season in doubles.batting Mike average Waters at 324.was number 4 PUBLIC NOTICEAs ;:

scoring an 11.4 victory to end the BUS "" and Richie 15 RBIs Fender Doug hit Sammons.241 with hit 16 runs.250 provided by Chapter 197. Acts of 1974 Notice Is hereby given\ thai (
season. The BobcaU went on to top delinquent
and Ricky Sullivan hit 233. tangible personal property taxes assessed for the year 1981 or.now
,, Santa Fe the next title.night night for the On the mound BHS had some impressive and beginning April I such taxes or.drawing Interest at 18 percentper
District 5-AAA cost of publishing this notice and delinquent
plu. th. proportionate
e; In spite of a late-season slump the 'HAl some hard-luck earned records.run/ averages but year cost. Unless the amounts .et opposite each nom. below or. paid of
j" ; Tornadoes finished with a winning; of 1983, warrants will be Issued th.r.on and p
', I r Two fine ERA'S were owned by prior to the 30th day April ,
record U wins against 11 losses l ,I Allen ((2.54) and Hudson (1.55) but th.Tax Collector will apply lo the Circuit Court for an ord.r directing levy )
marking ihe first time Bradford has and seizure of the tangible personal property of the taxpayers for unpaid a
both 3-4. Fenderwas
were just Sophomore
rr' put together<< back-to-back winning .i and additional cost. The names of dellnguent personal .1
idn) j r 62.with a 2.89 ERA and led the tax.: penalties
I seasons in baseball since 196566.seniors And \ 4 r staff in innings pitched with 55V& property taxpayers and the amounts of tax. Including the cost of advertising j
despite losing 5 starting follows: lyAlvar.z I
and cost or. as
the first month's penalty delinquent
SCOTT HUDSON ended As a team BHS had a 2.76 ERA and are
Coach Mike Hartley expressed optimism ROBERT CARVER -
I'. Tuesday that next year's club SCOTT ALLEN who bid his BUS career with batted.284, .Wm: Anna Jean $146.24 O'Neal Service Station 36.03Powell's
: won more games in his broke up a no-hit by Auocloted'South.rn {
school records for stolen FreezeReed 210.29
It should be competitive. Scott Dairy
career than other KuclihoU pitcher
for any bases in a .((30) Millwright 62.92 Willie 9.59
"I've already named 3 captains IHIS pitcher to date Isabel with a single In season ,
C next year and even though we might (19), proved himself asa the 5th Inning of the and career (65) and NWA Clark B.nlamin 19.10 Reevet Wayne&Dorothy 3496
not have the number of skilled hitter by leading the District semi's. runs in a season ,((36) Coopers Nursery & Robida Alfred Miriam 34.52
have and career (71)). landscaping Co. 76-96 V 30.46
players I think we're going to Tornadoes In batting Sackett, Scott
said Tues Crawford Mitchell .5..7 Nathan 18.51
hard workers the coach (.414) and Kills Shannon
day. "We'll just have to be a disciplined average((25); a* a senior WrestlingFriday Dairy Queen .52.83 Starling Randy 17.81
sound ballclub." Demp. Robert Et AI 27.5 The Looking Glass Style 82.59
In last week's tourney action the Eunice Eugene L. 27.5<1' U.S. Solar Corp 880.94
Tornadoes used a 3-hitter by Scott After Buchholz opened the lead up mark for half the season. May 7 Fannie's House of 8eouty 5.11 VanPelt Robert R. 15.13
Hudson ((3-4)) and a 2-run double by to 11-2 the Tornadoes got a couple Allen had 29 hits in 70 at bats and F.rrl'Lodge 7,56Fina Vencll Larry Greta Fay 27.54
Clayton Norman in the 5th inning to back in the seventh with Allen singl- also led Bradford in RBIs with 25, the Service Station 115.15 Wade Robert 18.64
: get past Live Oak Hudson struck out ing to right to score Randy Parado third highest total in BHS history 8:30: pmBradford Goy' Home Appliance 7290Griffis Water Wilbur 583.20
7 and also slammed a double, as did and hudson. behind the 35 RBIs by Bill Goodge in Gerald Con,'.Co. .60.50 Well Roy 18.57
Mike Waters Allen was for-4 with his 3 RBIs. 1981 and the 30 by Jeffery Norman In Co. Griffis Purvis 3.13 WestsideMobiieService 42.19
. ; In Thursday's semi's Buchholz pit- 1979. Allen had 5 doubles 2 triples Harley, S.C. Jr. 61.06 Wilson Donald R& Gloiria 3.46
cher Scott Isabel no-hit the Tornadoes 'HI and 2 home runs this year. Harris' Ted 27.5 Wolbert J.J. 485.08
for 4 innings, until sophomore Robert SucMioll 020 110 I .II 10 J Sophomore Andy Chaff was number High SchoolSuch Hayes Form Inc. 713.29 Equip. Enl.rprl.elnc. 27.45
rodferd 000 002 1 4 I 1
Carver deposited a single into left W. l.olxl.! L.Alton 2 in average at .391 and was also se- Johns Edwin 58.05 Home Petroleum Co. 10.69
field. By that time it was Buchholz! 11. All.n(If). cond in hits 27, and RBIs 18 (tied with Stars As: Johns L.L. Jr. 183.70 HoneyMead Products 4.28
I as the Bobcats scored twice in the second Clayton Norman). Jones M.H. 18.57 Mallard Tram.Co. 5.99
1 IL.CXik 001 000 0 1 4lr.dlord Senior speedster Scott Hudson hit King Floyd 9.84 r
inning and then piled 5 more Sweet Brown Sugar Morton Solt Co.Plllibury 22.22
010 :MO 4 4
.361 and ended his career with single King John G. 70.96
runs into the fourth. WHudton(Ion.I- L..... Inc. 2.42
I Bradford's bats finally started >.. li HudMK.W....., Norman. season and career records for stolen Brian Blair Kirkland Charle.& 8arbora 63..6 Rallgon Co. 43.06 y
clicking in the late innings with the bases ((30 for a season 65 career) and Kite L.J. 385.35 Sungas Corp ofFla. 3.51
I r Tornadoes pushing 2 runs across in Allen Top Hitter runs scored ((36 as a junior 74 Jim Garvin Lolane"e Lorry N.al 63.6 U.S. Leasing Int. 49.27 y
both the 6th and 7th. Scott Allen the career), wiping out records held by Luke Earl L. 53..5 U.S.leasing Int. 7.40 ,
\ losing pitcher, slammed a triple to the Senior Scott Allen known before Kenny Clark. Hudson scored 27 times Dory Funk Jr. Lyons Linda; Flood Carol 5.62 Either S. Hall
Perry Field wall in left-center to this year for his pitching exploits, proved this year walked 22 times hit. 6 M.R. D.vln.Con,'. 95.11 Tax Collected .
score Scott Hudson and break the he could hit as he led the Tornadoes doubles (number 2 in BHS history), and many more Micro Tech Systems 233.68 Bradford County Fla. ;
r. shutout. Richie Fender then singled with a ,414 batting average for and hit 2 triples and homers. Mizell.W.B. Jr. 6.33s
t home Doug Sammons to make it 32. the year after flirting with the, .500 Norman hit an even .300 with: his 5

I ,
/ A1D7Ir r _

.:,' Sports AMERICAS: FAMILY Df?UG STORE I 0V "r I $

I .

Briefs { r'J a "

,I .. I\A\ .

All Sports Club IlI \ ......... .
Meets '
MondayThe 1

Bradford High All Sports Club
will hold its regular monthly meetingnext
Monday night May 3, at the I
Anyone who would like to eat and SCHICK
fellowship is invited for dinner around DOUBLE EDGEBLADES Schick I
6:30: with the meeting starting at 7'30. III WITH SPECIAL INSTANT COUPON

4.6-OUNCE .89 pcx.aws ........ 1M 1.5-OUNCE 12-OUNCE .1-59!
-' .r.-e LESS '
Regular or
Local Wrestlers II PACKOFS 29'c II Sale i Priced ..... ...... MAIL-IM SISATI'95' UnscentecU8ALKPRICI Regular 2.29 .............

Win..at Fletcher Sale Priced .. .... _-=- l Contains'fluoride. Fights cavities & AFTEN FINAL COST_ ,99C1: Limit Vacuumpacked to ensure freshnesarCNLO4
Fits all double edge razors.. .: .' Limit,1 "..ATIr.. .. ... nl,.Jft.. Limit 1 .

wrestlers Twi; Br1ldford-- junior Michael, -High McDUffieand ..School, II Limit) 1 ..%,,.., N. .. 411.

freshman Donald Thornton-won .
gold medals and former Tornado I 'SHAMPOOWITH 11 "'. ':.. :.
grappler Danny Nugent won a silverat
the Fletcher freestyle wrestling '- E ____ ChI or.
tournament held at the Jacksonville SHAVE I -3 type Limit LIQUID TABLETS

Beach school last weekend. Ell 1'.OUNCE I1XZem W,!! aaNaxrva.AU. rxlcs ,...,.,,......,,1" f2M U g 12-02.Sale 178 PACK T 39 TrlmetonOP

Wrestling in the largest weight 129 vrrcea Liu.."IL.'N"P"".7INALCOIT...T.. ....... -1" Priced ......... 24 .For...... I ALLERGY
class the Junior ((15-19 years old) 150 II Sale PricedConcentrated........ / titlv{ Antacid, low sodium. 4 mg. hayfever. & Tablet*

pound class McDuffie won 5 straight for closer shave. wn..na "PT."....T." ..,... 49' N, IIIN limit 1 allergies. Limit 1
matches in dominating style. He pinned Regular or Menthol. Limit 1 _ '
his first 3 opponents before winn-
ing 10-3 in the semi's and then scoringa el
12-0 superior decision in the finals. I AQUAMARINE A SOPHIA soaNA Q-VEL PAIN
__ _
Thornton, a 256 pound 9th grader III Jj MOISTURE W COLOGNE RELAXANTCAPSULESo
who hopes to start for the Tornado COPPERTONE 0 LOTION 1 SPRAY .
varsity in football next fall won the SUNTAN LOTION .... is.s-oz. .4 9 .o ,
Kids heavyweight class ((175 poundsup ccQ0 Sato T 19 Sale : .OVL "' 699; 5
) almost as easily. He won a 28 second -OUNCE 329 Priced ......... I Priced ..,.... 4 .1.; ...,.. .ee .-roe
pin in his first match and then I1m r Delicate scent for A rich classic essence, tFor,relief of I led' ... 1 ,
a.1e Priced ....... z1
took the final against a Middleburg soft skin. Limit 1 .1\, Concentrated*Limit cramps.. Llmlt1EPSOM
For a deep dark tan. Limit 1 >
t! wolt-llul
wrestler by a 5-0 count. "0 0 Naw4y '
Nugent an assistant wrestling ,
I __
coach at BHS last year, was in the COLORSILKW'TH JOVAN*' I n" 3j _
Senior (19-and-up) 132 pound division. oeaAL' xu.n orrsA. CIE or '
/ ,
He won his first round by pin early in Choice of assorted SCULPTURACOLOGNEASPRAY .. .
the second round before losing 8.3 in II- CHEEOTOS shades. Limit 1'e + SALT ...,

the final. CHEESE SNACKS / IC.I"D"1ALtAICe. .. ,.............. .." YOUR 799 : SalePriced't -' 9800J '
Plans are for a squad from BHS to III .uu...'L-'N.."..'UT".. ....... 2" .. CHOICE ....... .>...... I H I
go to the Buchholz freestyle tournament -OUNCE I i 2-oz. Cle or'A-oz.rJovan Easy.to use
79C % PI..LCO.T ,: !
this Saturday in Gainesville. U, granUeOg
R. ul.r 1.9 .... AneA I .............9ge ; Sculptura.Limit Limit..1, ..
I A delicious snack Limit 2 I I 'aie

Lavvtey Fisherman -

Wins Bass TrophyMike III p
,' "'' ,
Hinman of caught a : \, ',\
HERSHEY'S10-PACK ; : .. I I .' ;;::2:
sizable 5-SHELF '
big string of bass and won a Z I I
trophy for it at a bass tournament CANDY BARS ; -. I TERRY PLASTIC ii STACK &

sponsored by Old South LandscapingCo. I ... WRAP ROBE STORE..BINS.
79 I I
24.Hinman 2.50 Valu : ETAGERERegular
April I 5.1.1M ,
in 10 fish weighing .. ... Mg.10:799 29.99 f"J ; 169
brought Sale. Priced ....... Save 10.00 Prked.,*,f _.a.',
14 pounds 13 which oz. to place hosted 9th in the the II Reese Peanut Butter Cup Milk ..-.... I Easy care fabric In Stacking baskets.
tournament was by
Chocolate Whatchamacalllt 99 .
solid 'orstripes. Assorted colorl.SERVING
Interlachen Bass Masters. & more. Limit 2 ,,'" 19
I I Lu : ,

T-Ball, Softball I Stylish accent

Signups End SoonThe ti I piece. Choice of
I LADIES' colors.
deadline is May 14 to register FRESH UPDISINFECTANT &
children in the Starke Recreation ;SLIP:ONS
Department's summer T-Ball Jr. I R ..." '' .O99Priced. BAR CART

Softball and Smallfry Softball pro- Regular U. F i ''. .IIIe'.' uy:' :.....O flag. 12." Q99

grams. 139 : Canvas step-in boat / Says '.00 ..,..,,%?
You can register players at the Old 8.1. Priced ........ 'shoe with( full.cushioned 5-SHELF Attractive design with
Armory or Pratt St. Recreation Aerosol. Kills household odors ....-=.:; .! ',Insole.. roll about-wheels.
centers. Cost is $4.75 which purchases & leaves behind a fresh scent. CORNER
a T-shirt which each player
\ keeps. Players will need to have ETAGERERegular
sneakers or rubber cleats and a glove. TEA 11.'. .
RENUZIT SOLID SUN Save $.00 16" x 16"PLASTIC, -

Bradford Hospital AIR FRESHENER ''JAR 1-OAU, ,| 49Reg.t.4 14 99 PATIO TABLE MESH ,,, .
Sponsors 2MilerThe 7.S-0UNCE RQWI LSal. ..'.... I ::? 4." ,

Bradford Hospital Inc. will be 53C .1 11 'IM x Mal I Steep tea the old Sturdy plastic. Pric.d ......o..399
sponsoring a 2-mile fun and healthrun .. Priced ...... fashion, ,way. Choice of colors.
Folds for .
Saturday, May 15, in conjunctionwith Fresh! Icents. -- '. \, c;. Ci .Easy to assemble. Tubular legs.You're storage.
National Hospital Week. i JPTOM FAMIL* 4IZIg
BAQS 24-CT, ... 1.S9|
in front of the
The race starts
... ..
hospital on East Call St. at 9 a.m. .. '"" "' -

T-shirts will be given to all finishers WiewWflW> ii *>wn'rwYou're <

with going 1st to,the 2nd top and runners 3rd place in male awards and Going to, Like Eckerd'sPharmacy Going to Like Eckerd's Famous Photo Offer!

female age groups. Early registration
by May 1 guarantees a T-shirt with
1; the entry fee set at $4. Late registration Service. -. ; ) Twice the Prints _Get ln ,.tr i will be held starting at 8 a,m. on f-! and while print film developed and printed TODAY AND EVERYDAY.
I the of the race at the starting line. lst.ar.hlghly-lr.ln.dprol.'on.le.who.r.golng' Twice Ihe Him Get two rolls of film for
day to make sure you are completely taliatled. They take continuing ? print the price of one Kodsector or
: Registration forms are available. at education courses to maintain an up-to-date knowledge develop J H.) EVERYDAY black and white' when you have your film processed at Eckerd .:. TODAY AND
the hospital ,
mllnt.lAduga.Cm/en discounts, They.lwlly.tytos..youman.ybyoflerlngSenlor and generic drugs whenever possible,They will I 'wk. 11M a.._.... ._ Buy Only' Iha prints you w.nl No .....-.v.n.
.,Ifto...youbme by constantly chocking stocks to keep the drugs goof was In the piclure t."ing
i you now tm hundl' '

i it' -'


; t '." .

IIL) ',';; b"\'\:'. j ,' ., 4' .....,. .-- ,,'.'

... .,... ..-.,...---. .... .. ....1"" ... '' .1 -.., ] //IF U
1"1" 1 ..
.. ..... r- .
'IT'I '_ ... '.
.. ..
.. Il -.S 0< .
1. / -S .

V 'j I


April n.E9s2>> TELEGRAPH _Pane I3A

Lawtey Suns, Phillies Both Unbeaten

Softball Tourney News (

The league-leading Lawtey Suns '. Thursday /\pritz2 ... .
stayed unbeaten with an 8-4 win over Dixie MinorSt
the Twins Tuesday night to keep pace The Indians plated 7 runs in the second
wth the Phillies atop the Starke Dixie inning and went on to a 10-6 vic-
Youth Minor league. tory over the Tigers at Pratt St, the
while In the nightcap the Lawtey Suns beat Brooker Blue Machine 25-8 Express Rolls Through; FSP Tourney

;:: Tuesday, April 27 Suns beat the Twins 95. at Brooker,while the Phillies put it on ..
;James McNeal did just about Tiger pitcher Kelly Hatton also the Rangers 18-2 in Lawtey. I
everything a coach would want Tues struck out 9 batters In the first game Daryl Gnann had 2 hits and scored The Express of Starke continued its mastery of final the Starke club topped NAPA of Lake Butler 12-3 as
day night. He was the winning pit and surrendered just the 2 hits to twice to pace the Indians attack while weekend Softball with an undefeated run through the 2nd Chub Johnson and Bill Ratliff each powered 3 homers
cher, allowing just 5 hits and strikingout McNeal. At the plate John Siegmond Timothy Taylor was l-for-3 and also annual FSP Men's Invitational at Lake Butler last out.Behind
9 and walking just 6 (low,in Minor went 2-for-3, J.J. Hall connected for a scored twice and Patrick cracked a weekend. It was the 4th straight weekend tournament NAPA the Timberjacks were 3rd and Quick
league ball). And at the plate he had doubleand Jeff Carver and Kyle double. For the Tigers Ron Zurfluh victory for the Starke league club, which pushed its 1982 Stop 4th. Winning! the home run trophy was Quick Stop's
both his team's hits, Including an RBI Jackson had hits. was 2-2 with a double and 2 runs record to a glittering 32 wins 3 losses. All three losses Gene Tanner with 8 4-baggers. t
double and scored 3 runs. Another sterling pitching performance Chris Lee was also 2-2, John Sieg- have been one-run games. Not far behind that was Goodge and Tim Jones of
;His work helped the came in the second game mund was 2-3 with a double and NAPA with 7 roundtrippers apiece. Ratliff had 6 homers
Rangers defeat the_Tigers! 8-4 Lawtey at Pratt where Suns pitcher Norman threw a Hahow was.2.; _._ Express topped Calvary Baptist of Lake City 5-2 in the and Moyer and Johnson 5 each for the winners.
.: 2-hitter and struck out 7 in 4 innings. Leading the Phillies Jimmy Smith first round then walloped 301 Quick Stop of Starke 30-8( In the other batting departments Randy Corbin led
He was also 2-3 with a double at the was 4-for-4 with a homer and double, on the strength of a dozen homers, 3 by Bill Goodge, Express with a ,733 batting average to go with 8 RBIs,
:; plate while Berry and another Nor. Chris Simmons 2.3 with a home run, before reaching the winner's bracket finals with a 5-3 Goodge hit .722 with a team-leading 16 RBIs,Johnson hit
TRAIL man had the other Suns hits. For the Billy Meres was ;!-2, and Truin Blye win over Cubbedge's Trim of St. Augustine. A 3runhomer .625 with 9 RBIs Ratliff hit .526 with 11 RBIs, Joey Ben
Twins Scott .Duncan and Jamie tripled. For the Rangers James in the seventh by Greig Moyer was the winning nett hit .529, Moyer.471 with 10 RBIs,Matt Hull .500,and
RESTAURANTAlldoyFrl.aSof.Sp.clol Bowen had singles. McNeal had 2 hits and Wesley White difference in that game. In the winner's bracket final Stuart Duncan had 9 RBIs.
1. Express rolled over the Macclenny Timberjacks 29-2 as As a team Express ripped 33 homers while Quick Stop

Spaghetti w/m.at sauce, Friday,April 23 For the Suns Dale Norman Kevin. : Moyer and Goodge both knocked in 6 RAts, and In the powdered 20 HR's and NAPA 19.
naiad,garlic bread.All
you Alvin Jenkins scored 4 times to lead Wise, and Anthony Wood were 3-5- ,

.at, only $2.99
eon ; the Lawtey Rangers to a 17-6 win over For the Blue Machine Kelly
children $1.99. the Twins Friday afternoon. 3-3. Steve Bailey 2-3 Tommy 1Norman's
., hush Fresh pupplo catflah French dinner frUt Also shining for the Rangers were Hamilton 13. I Normans Farm is 2nd in Worthington I :

James McNeal with a double, Jason .
cole tlow. All can .dln.
or eat $3.99; children you$2.99. Pilcher l-for-2, and Mark Shuford 23. L......,.... W.L 1.0'him. Farm of the Starke women's league took second beat the Starke team 9-2 and) 6-0 for the championship,
FROSTED MUGS Of BEERI) For the losers Randy Milton was 2-2 .. 1.0 behind the Invaders of Alachua in the Vally View holding Norman's to 12 hits in the last two ballgames.
with a double and Johnny Powers and lowtey.......* 5.Indl.n Dairy Invitational women's tourney held in Worthingtori"Springs Vorease Jones led Norman's' in' hitting for the

782.3922 Byron Bagwell had hits.: .r. |ttTy. ..filu last weekend. weekend with a .438 batting average and scored 6 times.
.Machine 0.3 After topping the 4th-place team the Starke Rowdies Lorna Leasure and Diane Smith both hit .429, Gayle Lee

j. .. . . . . .. _..L..L'--., _.. . . Twl.1 0-3 21-8, and the 3rd-place finisher, Hipp Construction of .421, Joy Mains ,417,and Shcryl Jackson 385.Leaders in
- - - -
? -er-aK sr-arai r *T 'M'VV P< Ji "! Alachua 9-4
upended the Invaders in the win- RBI's were Leasure and Smith with 8 apiece while Lee
George Roberts Insurance Inc. PLEASANT HOPE ners bracket finals on a forfeit ruling. With his team topped the run-scorers with 7. Jackson and Linda Cub-
FULL GOSPEL CHURCH ahead 6-2 Norman's coach Randy Jones caught the Invadcis bedge both had in-the-park homers.
Representing: Allstate, Cotton States Commercial Union Aetna In- Extends To You A Hardy WelcomeTo in an illegal substitition and when he notified the Jones said his club's defense was solid all weekendand
: surance, Auto Owners, Aetna Casualty and Surety Worship' With List umpire the game was halted and declared a forfeit win pointed out that pitcher Shiela Forsyth retired the

Check Our Rates Sunday School . ..... 9:45: a.m for Norman's. fu-st 12 and the last t 9 batters in order while allowing just
for All Lines of Insurance Morning Worship. ... .... .11 o.m But the Invaders came back to beat Hipp\ and then 2 hits in. the game against Hipp
: We will be happy to give a quote on your insurance needs. Evangelistic .. .. . .. ". .7 p.m. --- ----- ----

i Call Our Staff: Toni Crawford, Elaine Smith or Dot Simmons at Mid-W..d Service Tu.a..7 p.m.

Friday . . .... ,. .7:30 p.m. I

: George Roberts Insurance, Inc. We invite Rev.each Cercy and everyone Pastor to worship BUS Girls 6th, Boys 9th fit District TennisBradford

986 N. Temple Ave., Starke 964-7826 Sing with featuring u. during the Redeems.our big Gospel Sat., High's boys tennis team tournament showing since 1979 when An inability to pull out the close
April 24 at 7-30 and coach Jerry McGriff had high they left for Gainesville last week. matches did the Tornadoes in as BHS
*i p.m. !hopes! for the school's best District They came: back disappointed. scored just 3 points to finish 9th in the
13-school field. Gainesville High
School, which thinks in terms of state
_- championships rather than District

laurels, was an easy winner,scoring a
I perfect 28 points without the loss of a

d I The good news of the week was in
the girls division, where Bradford did
better than expected and got Faith
I Roberts all the way into the finals at
number 4 singles. The BHS girls
BeAt tallied points to finish 6th among 16
I schools. Buchholz scored 23 points to
taaar edge Gainesville ((20) and Keystone
I Heights ((18) out for the title.
'We just didn't have what it took to
I win the close matches," McGriff said
of the boys. In 3 matches Phil
Miller's singles and two doubles mat-
RAIDANT ches the Tornadoes captured the
WISK FANTASTIKSPRAY & ROACH I VIP PRO first set before losing the next 2. If
2-WAY STYLER / BHS could have won 2 of those mat
R.gul.r14.69 stead of placing 9th.If they'd won all 3
32-OUNCE 79 32-OUNCE 9 9 eR.Qul.r 11-OUNCE .199 I Detachable rods. Dual beats.ECKEBDS / BHS would have been tied for 4th.

.S.I. Priced ...It, ""f" "JR ,, 1.89 ... .. ..; Regular 2.49 .............. SALE PRICE r..:.......l.. -I I .q99 I 3 points Junior the Craig Tornadoes Sapp had did a hand score.in He all
.'. \: ." LESS MFN.'S
ult '
ri'ir af pulp SW :1 -I.: ( t17i' ,
'Concentrated,,Ifqutct laundry : nO/'l'1n1l&etleltt. / ;: ttrntt"2 e MAIL-IM REBATE ,a,;r.e.. won 1 singles match and then teamed
detergent. I 4 ,FINALCOSTAFTER with Eddie Winkler with a second
round win in doubles (after a bye). In
-- REBATE ...... .......... the quarterfinals Sapp and Winkler
lost a close 3-setter to Don Wood-

MEN'S & LADIES BURGESS I bridge and Craig Broome of Lake City
!' after being up 1 set with'a service
break lead in the second set.
'GLOVES POCKET RADIO f Of the girls McGriff said, "They

i.H 99 saved their best for last, when it
: ; AB (.f a 21" ,_ #201Reg. counted the most." BHS outscored 2
lPrtoed .... '... ..... 9.99 799 i
teams that had beaten them in the
Choice of medium or Plastic tank. Pressure Save 2.00Rotary .... II
large sizes. 7 t release valve. tuning & volume con regular season.
Roberts, the number 2 seed, made
trol. Telescopic antenna. i that ranking! hold up by winning

\i matches Thornbum
'%" SO' straight-set over
x \I of Oak Hall and 3rd-seeded Marcia
GARDENHOSE' ifs. a e. 1! Frias of Buchholz. In the finals she
tr l lW01 GRAN PRIX AM/FM ,
p' 22" TINE
lost to senior Tracy Pruitt of GHS 7-5,

.499' ao gro Reg. 2." : Also for BHS. Carmen Eaves Tina
1iI'ip"lLN1..1.. .J.JI #8800Reg. 99
? 199
I and Cheri Foster
: Bowen won singles
100vinyl. Full-flow I r Save 1.00 ,..... 179.99 49Playrecord ,-A- :
i matches before bowing out. In
"brass-couplings.--_ __.: 18" metal head. Has Save 30.00 : doubles Roberts and Bowen won 2

HO8E NOZZLE I _ hardwood handle. cassettes. Play -- matches, including a 8-4. 6-2 victoryover
4o.c Reg. I.'"/ .... .1.99HUd4ERS r 8-Tracks. 2-speed changer & l 3rd-s>eeded Natalie Duguid and

speakers. Shannon Grice of Keystone, before
I .
: : I 8-INCH losing in the quarters.
FOAM -... ': LAWN MOWER HEDGE "It looks good for the girls next
year with only 1 senior (Stacey Den
-. l mark) among the top 10 players,"
52.QQ: :' F ., I .. 1Ut a.9. Sea FAN
I 24999 499 McGriff noted. The boys will have
..,..... ,*,,...'" isF (; Sa e2.00 ...... V. 21S aofl aft !some rebuilding to do with Winkler
.. # 99
Flexible ", . ;
beverage Hardwood handles & and Miller graduating to leave the second
. holder for canned :::-.oa....;:, ,3.5-H.P, Briggs & Stratton engine. J' limb notch. Reg. 14.99 and third spots vacant.
Save 2.00Whisper
:drinks., -- Has easy spin starter & 9 heights, ,
quiet motor Removable

:," ''':: :',,:/;: ,'" 'hrrrr N// grill. / Olrli(Mm .were 1)) Gainesville Duchholi GB)
? 23.3>Gainesville High' School' f Heights IKJ I9.4) Lake City Columbia (LO 11.I)
i Oak Hill (OH) 9, <) RRADFORD I, 7) Dixie ('.0.
: *J18". ROUND DURACELL : I U) 6,8) tie Palnlka(IP), Esstslde(E),Baker('0.
c R E (BC) and P K YonKo PK) 4. Suwannee Co.
.GOTT 50-OT. O I BRAZIER SCHWIMMFLUGELSWIM I 9-VOLT BATTERY .. .. .. .. (!S) 3, 11)) lie Santa Fe (tSF) ndrhiennnd 1Ch12.
ICE CHEST AIDS '51 HP Crescent City(CC I and Union Tounly(U)

...... GRILL t.4t J Reg. 2.25 I.
99 159 ,....
Beta Sal*
3 695 Regular S.99 3 I
save 10.00 Save 2.00X699 Priced ........ Priced ............. ::::' ale O4H u.....I..un..
2 refreezable bottles. \ Learn to swim the For radios, calculators, toys :::::: 1) CARMEN EAVES (BUS) beat Sargent (CO
"No Ice needed. safe way. 3 sizes. & more. 63 6-0; lost to eventual champ Nicole Stafford
.. .. GB'' a.8.1).8
n n ,.. 2)) STACEY DENMARK (BHS lost to Mc-
Collough IGI) 1 d.M
3 cooking heights. 3) TINA BOWEN (BUS) brat Wilborn(CO) 44,
21" tall. Folding 6-4,B-J.; lost to Natalie Duguld(K) M.24,:J-..
metal tripod legs PRO burn OH)6-2 6-2; beat Marcia Frlas(IGBI.) ...S4to
SAND FRISBEEs CASSETTE TAPES reach finals; lo.t In championship round to
Tracy Pruitt IG) .-8. !S-7
.;CHAIR ::; u. O79 / 5) CHKRI FOSTER (IRKS) beat. Lane(Chl,
Reg.. 1eee 00-MIN. P 6-0; lost to Donna Dell (G) 3-*, 1-4.
899 Priced .........fm 1399"eg.4. II.
gave a.00Colorful ...... Choice of colors. For ." ., 2 o.vWao
_. webbing. BLACK & DECKER fun at beach or home Low-noise blank tapes for 1) EAVES-DENM.utK(BHS lost to Bankhardt-
Baxter(P) 3.6,1#
Aluminum frame.. CORD more effective recording. 2) BOWEN-ROBFRTS: I IBIIS) .beat. AllenWardP
( ) 6-0 1-,; and beat Puguld.Shannon Grlc. (K)
WINDER 64.2; In semifinal they lost to Deford-Frlaa
DAIWA 404 Save 5.00 \ 6 HARTZ \ PROCESS 11 FILM FREE! (.,.UMH....**1)) Gainesville, High School' (C)
DOGSHAMPOO KEYSTONE XR-308 2B, 2) Lake Clly-Columbla ((1.(') 13, 3) Flagier-
REEL & ROD "'"" asarza Palm Coast (F) 13. 4> P.K. Yonne (PK) 10, 5)
COMBO 1999 TYPES ..4,33Keg. S CAMERA (Eoslslde
See. 2.q5' I ..... ,.... 3. 10) tie Palatka (P) and Suwannee (S) :2, 12)
.1 4 2. 120V outlets. .q .2499 .Chlefland( ICh) 1, 13)) Union Co. (U) 0
Love Your Dog,
Has circuit Sew ,12.00 i..u... .....
Powerful wide range Rid Flea or Creme INS... .
drag, 2-plece rod. breaker Shampoo Built-in flash true 2x lens. "-.)...
Uses 110 film. 1) CRAIG SAPP (BHSf beat Phillips CUI) $A
1-0; lost to Don Woodbrldge( (a.e) .7.24.
.'. .. ,. ... .. .. .. ..." .. ," ..". "d' S) EDDIE WINKI.ER ((1)113) won a bye: then
- riirimnn .km to Don Pyne(PK)14 M.
...., .._.._..... .... ... ___ ... .._. ,_ __ 3) PHIL MILLER I5)45)von.bye lost to Ait-
--- "" ;
"(mramr'PDC'WUUL'fJ'UU Lr"<'U".DC--" '==-" ;=" : : ; ": = "'::: 7'- -- """"NR11Wio.m..Y"N "" "H""NNNN'" "N'- .
; ; ,are Falaon (IE)T S,67.44. )
.. 4) JEFF: JOHNSON (BltS won a bye; lost lo
Dave Dagi.IF) H.11-1. .
S) SHANE JOHNSON(BUS) won a bye; .last. to
Bradford Sq. Shopping Center OPEN DAILY 9109, SUNDAY 10 to 7. Mike Morris OH)14.*4.

83> S. Walnut Street Starke lZ1 .Sato Prices good thru Sat. May lit _) 1) 3AFP-WINKLER DaooW SIS) won a bye; beat
Freeman-Johns S) .. then
( t-o. ; lost loWooobrldgeBroome
Charge It I ; WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. (LC) 4-J, 34 4-4 In quarter.finals. -
.M| lo Tnhawiy. <"anlIIOHI(-1.34 5-7(4-...


-. ". .

,. .,..,-- ..."..-.......-." ..._-P.. ........., _",,." ..' .. "--_._,""",r-- ,- -. ; -i : :: :; :. =t., i--L ;
', 'I'. f .,, ( >. ",.'.1
)' ,
",, ,

\ .',


April 29, 1982
HA TELEGRAPH _.... .',. _...._,t......"'.""" _..._ _, ._/'t. __ #._ _II J .L '" .... J.'I'

1\:\ BHS[ Girls 2nd in District; End 1 3-((3I t

Bradford High's Lady Tornadoestied and Vonda Kay Hall drilling a 2-run with her double, Jackson 2-3, Allen
the school record for girls Softball single up the middle. Bradford pulled 2-3, d".B8as 24.
wins for the second straight year but even closer with a 3-run fourth Inning. The game with GHS, a team Brad-
saw their season end one game shortof After Kathy Diggs and Hope Jackson ford had whipped 21-1 in 5 innings
a second straight District 5-AAA ti beat out infield hits and the Bobcats earlier in the year, was much closer
committed their first 2 errors of the than expected, with the Lady Tor
tle.The BHS girls scored their 13th win game Bradford's Allen and Lorraine nadoes holding on by the skin of their
of the year (the 1977 and 1981 teams Bass delivered run-producing hits to teeth in the bottom of the.'last.
also won 13) over Gainesville High 8-7 .make it "--*, Down 8-7 after rallying for 3 runs in
in Thursday's semifinals but were the 6th the Hurricanes got their 4
knocked off by Gainesville Buchholz in the fifth Buchholz was handed 2 leadoff batter on in the last. But, a % L7
10-7 in the district finals. For the year runs on a dropped pop-up to make it flyout to Kay Allen, a bounceback to I r;
the Lady Tornadoes finished 13.3, ,1 even better than their 13-7 mark of bottom of the frame when Queenie Vonda Kay Hall at third base preserved Tffii
last year.In Berry scored on a groundout by Pam the Bradford win. ::l44 .1L1 1
the championship game it was a Sams. That put BHS within striking The BHS girls led in the game from .
case of too-little, too-late as Bradford range at 10-7 with 2 innings to go but start to finish as Mashell Brown, i
tried valliantly to rally after falling the Tornado girls came up empty in Kathy Diggs, and Hope Jackson pun- i
behind 8-0 to the heavy-hitting Bobcats their last 2 at bats and had to settle for ched RBI singles in the first to put .dt fMWm&I
(14-2) in the first 2 innings. 2nd in the 6-team District. Bradford ahead to stay. But the 11.,4'1 (
BHS got 3 runs back in the third For the game Mashell Brown was margin was never any bigger after
,with Kav Allen stroking an RBI single 3-for-4 to lead BUS, with Waters 2-3 Gainesville came back to score 2 in 1" 1'c \\m #

-' the bottom of the inning. I Bjt M.9J(. ...'ve'* 1tafl." Jk .ur ,1.J hbt

Vonda Kay Hall, Brown, and Diggsall Happy-Handing After a Home Run...
went 2-for-3 in the game with Val- Hamm- and Kathy- Diggs raise their hands for a The sophomore slugger sliced a line drive to the fenceIn
SHOPFOflfOODSflU/HGSX I /fEIIE I Hall's hits being big ones a solo high five with Vonda Kay Hall (right) and the rest of the right field and was across home plate before the Hurricanes
homer that lead off the third.'and a tri dugout waits Us turn to congratulate Hall after she circled got the ball back Into the infield. I

ple. Jackson had 2 RBIs. .. the bases with" .a solo home run against GHS.Vomen's .

City Fish & Meat Mkt.

607 Brownlee,' Rd. 964-8077 Rebels and Dazzlers Meet for 1st Place Thursday I

&A y.rn@ (IJw@! a -
/ The Lawtey Rebels topped the Luanna Mundorff( 2-2 with a triple, triple, and Fritzie Stoppelbein with a
pale () Rowdies and the Dazzlers beat the \ League Fritzie Stoppelbein 2-3 with a double( double.
Fresh Neckbones Af Saints and Perfect 10 and.that put Priscilla Starling 3-3 with 2 doubles, The Dazzlers' Betty Jean Hudson
those 2 ballclubs in the lead in Starke doubles and Pam Woods 55. Carolyn and Michelle Harrell and Nancy smacked a 2-run homer in the sixth to
Maws Women's Softball, at least until they Redding was 3-5 with 2 doubles, B.J. Mitzel both 3-3 with a double. For the push her team past the Saints. Hudson
Hog Turkey NecksPig collide tonight, Thursday, April 29, at Hollingsworth and Sandra Cauley 3-4 Starkettes Stacey Reddish and Tam- Debbie,and Harriet Hamm were
7:45: at Pratt St. Field. Both had 2.0 with a pair of doubles apiece Vicky my Morrow were both 2-for-2 and all 2-for-3 for the Dazzlers with Debbie -
FeetPig marks heading into Wednesday,April O'Connell 3-4, and Mary Brown and Terri Fender 2.3.Wednesday. Hudson and Elaine rapping
Turkey Wings 28, play. Mary Felton 23. For Perfect 10 Lilly, doubles. For the losers Darlene
Not far off the pace are Lawtey's Mary, Natalie, Debra, and Linda Feb.21 Evans was 3-4, B.J. Hollingsworthwas
Ears Turkey Tails Cubbettes and the Saints, both 21. were all 3-4 and Kathy N.had 2 hits in Patricia Brown scored in the bot- 2-2 with a double, and Mary
3 at bats. tom of the sixth and the Lawtey Cub- Felton 23. Carolyn Redding also hada
Monday,April 26 bettes held on in the top of the 7th to double.
Fat Back The Cubbettes rolled over the Thursday,April 22 beat Norman's Farm 13-12 and the Perfect 10'* Wendie was 3-for-3 witha
Starkettes girls 30-4 and the Saints piled In 2 routs at Pratt St. the Dazzlers Lawtey Rebels scored 9 runs in the homer,Juanta was 2-2,and both Lilly -
8 runs on in the sixth to top. Perfect whipped Perfect 10 21-8 and the top of the seventh to beat the Rowdies S. and Debra S. 3-4 with doubles
{ 10 17-5 in action at Pratt St. Rowdies drummed the Starkettes 12-3 at Edward's Rd. At Pratt St. the against the Starkettes. Stacey Red-
'(ocoC.e\) The list of hitters for the Cubbetteswas 172.For Dazzlers nipped the Saints 5-4 and dish was 3-4 with a triple Tracie Den-

a long one: Bonnie 4-for-5, Lillie the Dazzlers Sharie Hankersonwas Perfect 10 edged.he Starkettes 119. ton 2-3, and Kathy Morrow, Kelli
". Mack and Brenda Mack both 3.5 witha 4-for-4, Edna Allen 4-4 with a dou- Jackson, and Terri Fender had extra
homer and double, Antoinette ble, Peggy Crawford' 3-3, JoAnn Clara DeSue and N. Mack were base hits for the losers.
Bright 3-5 with 3 doubles,Kathy Diggs Jackson 2-2 with a triple Donna both 3-for-4 for the Cubbettes while
Lb. 3-4 with a double, Judy Bright 3-5 with Honsberger 2-3 with a double, Sylvia Lillie Mack slapped a 2-run double.
2 doubles, Clara DeSue 3-4 with a dou- Jenkins 3-4 with a pair of doubles, Sheryl Jackson was 2-4 with a doublein ...,,,lIft", WlIflni
ble, and Brenda Butler 3-4.'For the Debbie 3-5 with a triple, and Harriet the losing cause for Norman's. / lawt.,a.b.l. ( Ap.1I27) >.*
Starkettes Terri Fender Tara Mar- Hamm 3-5; Perfect 10 was led by For the Rebels Angie busted a pair Deul... '.'
BREAD Hamburger chant, and Stefanie Cubbedge were Debra 3-4 with 3 triples,Mary 2.3 witha of inside-the-park homers, Libby hlftle 5-t
all 2-2 and.Diane Woods smacked a triple, Natalie 2-3, Linda 3-3 with a Hudgins was 3-4 with a double, and 1.11.Lawt.,.Cvbb.n. Ml
Tender ixf double. double. Duane Overman and Nora Dredlow p.._It IIN..ft.
Leading the Saints was leadoff hit- Having big nights for the Rowdies cracked doubles. Leading the '.f.rm .MIMriiMtM
::1'9 $ f4 9 ters Teresa Felton 5-for-5 with 2 were Penny, Hannah 3-4 with a double, Rowdies was Nancy Mitzel 2-3 with a '**

: 1 Lb. a

.Large Loaves ENQ CUT BONELESS Kingsley Lake, Stars Collide for League Leadership I

Chuck Steak Kingsley Lake Baptist and the 2-4 with a double and in-the-park Kingsley Lake, which, played 14
,$ -39 and Roast Starke Stars both Improved to ;3-0! last Church 'A'first homer and Mike Hartley hit a homer. players in its win. Donnie Elder and ".

; week and are headed ..full-steam' !! I JKlngslcy Lake had 4 extra base hits1 Douglas Crawford were 2-2. Dennis i.Crawford
Lb. towards clash ; for Dennis Crawford Mike (slamm ..* 2-run homer i '
9 8 a tonight; 'Thursday.( apiece Crawfordhad
$1 April 29, at 8:45: p.mat: Edwards Rd. For Calvary Gene Vanzant was 3-4 McRae, Roger Bennett, and Leroy and Mike McRae and Curtis ]
i CENTER CUT Lb. Field. The winner will hold. ,sole and Richard Slade 2-4 with a double. Ennis, and got 2 hits from J. Hodges, triples. For Calvary Duane Seil
PORK CHOPS """"" possession of the league lead Douglas Crawford,David Gaines, and and Mike Ames were 3-for-4,and Bud-
Monday,April 26 Dwayne Hardee. For Methodist John dy Padgett 2-3 with a triple. ,
RED Tuesday April 27 The league-leaders, Starke's Stars Denmark was 3-4 with a double and Leading the Stars were Steve Mar-
$ 1 98Lb. 99 CLb. First Baptist recorded its first vic- and Kingsley Lake Baptist, were win- in-the-park home run, Brian Thomas shall 3-for-3 with a double Blaine Chuck
HOTS tory of the season with a 2-hour 26-16 ners Monday night. was 2-4 with a double, Pat Mundorff Johnsoi. 3-4 with a triple, Dyal
win over Calvary and Smyrna Baptist The Stars took the measure of 1st 2-3, and Ricky Johns had a double. 2-3, and James Curtis 34. Barry
and Presbyterian also won Tuesday Baptist 17-10 with leadoff batter Scott' Thomas had an inside the park homer
night. Hudson the 22 for Methodist and Erie Biggs tripled..;.
OYSTERS $11BU$600 providing catalyst by going Thursday, April '
% Leadoff hitter Craig Sapp ripped a 4-for-5 and scoring 3 times.James Kingsley Lake bunched 22 runs into $......Ift.. "'JyJ :
grand-slam home run and was 3-for-4 Curtis was 3-4. and Blaine Dyal, Mike the 1st three innings to top Calvary (lhni.Ap.Htt I >J-:'
and Mike went Sutherland and Stars Kln.....l.>. :N::.
Hartley 2-3 with 2 Chuck Johnson had 2 Baptist 23-10 and the Starke _...... ..w-.:.
15VBU homers good for 5 RBIs to spark lit hits each. For the losers Wilbur I erupted for 8 runs in the 6th to beat 1st 1.Me_'.. "1.r .!.
We Chill, Cut, Wrap Meat. . . Baptist's big-hit attack. Wilbur Waters was 3-4 with a home run, Jim Methodist 12-5 at Edwards Rd. lt..,.10' 1-a'.
Waters added a 2-run homer as the Lewis 3-4 with a double, Craig Sapp Roger Bennett went 3-for-4 to lead C.lv.ry M.N,1 '5 s
..................... winners jumped out to a 9-0 lead in the

Write Smyrna Baptist Goes to 3-0 With WinLeading I

Smyrna Baptist stretched its St. Edwards was Ron Beck
league-leading record to 3-0 with a, Church 'B' 4-for-5 with 2 homers and a triple
Your pair of wins last week while St. Ed- Steve Spell 4-6 with an Inside the park..
wards also won two to move into a tie day April 26 HR and a pair of doubles, Doug Cor-
son 3-5 with a triple and double.1.Michael .
for second (at 2-1)) with Presbyterian.
St. Edwards topped Pine Level '
Brunetti! 3-6 with a double;:
Baptist 13-7 at Westside. Ed 3-5 with a triple, Tim Gluy:.
OwnMother's Tuesday April 27 Ed went 2-for-3 with 2-run Gene
Spell a
Smyrna and Presbyterian were 2-3, Meng 1-2 with a double,and
homer for St. Edwards. Backing him
Frank Coss 1-2 with an inside the park7homer.
winners Tuesday night. 2-4 with double and ;
were Rehburg a "
Smyrna won over Pine Le'Vell3-6 as Tom Gumber 24. For Pine Level For the Jr.Stars Barry Warren was*';
Day Clyde Sumner went 2-3, John Griffis Randy Alvarez was 4-4, Greg Alvarez 3-2 with pair of doubles Marty Irons'.'
2-4 with a triple and double and D. 3-4 with a triple, and Wes Dyck 24. had a double..
Griffis 2-4 with a triple. For the losers
Lloyd Allen was 4-4 with a double, Thursday, April 22 Sports Calendar
Message Greg Alvarez 3-4, and Wayne Smyrna Baptist pushed across Al
Blankenship 2-4 with a double. Waddell and Jack Anderson in the Recreation Schedule

bottom of the 7th on a bases-loaded -..*,.April MS
i Presbyterian topped Jr. Stars 20-a single by. John Griffis to beat ::M Action Olympian (WeUlde>
rfr' with David Wager going 3-4, Lonnie Presbyterian 7-6 and St. Edwards 5:43 Tiger. Brookor Pratt ..
$3.50 For 5 LinesTouch ft 45 L. Sum Phillle (
: Uwtey
Zurfluh 3-4 with a double, G. Bakken pounded the Jr. Stan 37-5 in action at 1::30 St. Edward*-......b. ,2-2, Jim Berryhill 2.3 with a double Westide. 7:30: Ut Methodlit.Calvary(Edward)' .
Ray Seimer 2-4 with a triple, and Griffis' game winning hit was hit I:45 Jr.Stan.Smyrna I Wailldc '- -
her with your thoughtfulness. Show .your loved one Larry Saucer 2-4 with an in-the-park third of the game for Smyrna while I 49 Star.Kingeley Lake(Edward*)
(:00 Norman'-Rowdl.Pr.LU(
IL how much she means to you. A unique way that costs so homer. For the Jr. Stars Robbie Sam Bassett went 2-2 and Dewitt Grif-
McGee was 2-3, and Jim Nguyen and fis 2-3. Darrell O'Neal was 2-4 for ".,>.AjortI M
little but means so much. Donald Thornton tripled. Presbyterian. 1:30:: Indian Phlllie(Pratt
5 30 Wiahbonea-Merchant (Weitalde)
S.4S: Twin- Brooker I Brooker)
k Write your special message and mail it to "address" or call '::311.MIII8BrookerfPratL:1 I ::

[the number you see below.PHONE. Giants Move Out in FrontDixie M.,4.y.M.y 2
9.30: Merchant Brooker(Weitalde I; ';
t::46 Glanta-Dodgers! (Pratt) ... iC
5:45: L.Gold-Mela Lawtey f ,
964-6305 The Giants moved out in front of Major I::00 BreokerL..Blue I (Brooker) ''-'''
everybody with wins Friday night and ':30 Kingsley( -11 Baptist(Edw.rdsJe
,...-------------------------------------, Monday to increase their record to 7:30: Stan.Calvary I Watilde. "'.;>;-
7:48 Duller-rubbclte I Pratt) -
homer in the first and went 3-for-3 to ,
1:49 Hooky'*-QuickSlop(Edward ''rN
MAIL TO: Bradford County Telegraph P.O. Drawer A. Starke, F';.. 32991 30.The Dodgers and Lawtey Gold lead the Giants. Billy Heavner added ( 45 Jr. Stan-Pine Level(Weitslde :..'',''
I (both 1-0) are tied for second heading 2 hits including a triple.Chris Farmer 9 00 Keyilone-Wildcat Edward' .,-..:'>-.
I into Wednesday, April 28,playt .was 3-3,. Blue was led by Timmy 9 00 Rowdle Perfect 10(Pratt) j., -.

I II Monday April 26 2-2 with a double.. '-...,.-.. .* -.':
I The Giants blasted the Brooker Jody Brown tossed a 4-hitter as the 'S'30 Merchant-Brooker(Wntaide)
54: *Twin-Indian.(IPrall) ",'=:;
Braves 29.31n Brooker Monday.Bill Dodgers won on just one base hit ,
I I. I S:4S Ranger-L. Sun(Lawtey) .r;
Heavner went 5-for-O to lead the against the Mels. Kevin Blankenship '30 Smyrna-Sl. Edward(Edward) .
I Giants while Paul Akridge and Rick had the only hit for the Dodgers a 7:15Till..PhlilieaIPr.U( I ) .I.
N 1:30 Pine Level Pretb (WraUlde '.. :'
: leadoff
I -' : ; Barnes were 3-5 and Jason Roebuck single in the first, while' Bill 1:45E"Olln'.IEdwa.: ( )
: :,1'
35. For Brooker Tell White slammedan Hamilton scored 2 runs. For the I:45 Ml Bap lit Moth. WeiUide") : ',
in-the-park homer. losers Brian Whitehead was 2-foc-L.: ':M Country Boy-Honky** (Edward*) ':'., ''

I Wednesday April 21 A
--,, Mgi
The Brooker Braves handed out 15 .
I:30 Brooker-Action (Brooker-
I Friday,April 23 bases on balls as they lost to the t:45 Brave-Giant (Pratt)
I'4: &L. Blue-L.Gold(Lawtey) ,
The Giants broke a 7-7 standoff with Starke Braves 17-5 in Starke last -
.. : ,, f .' 4 runs in' the third inning to beat Rick Klmutis was 3-for-4 5:30:: Norman'-Rebel(Edward) "
.' -
I \ 7:30: Quick Stop Wildcat (Weatald) .
I Lawtey Blue 11-7 and the Dodgers Lloyd Gilpin smacked a double andD. 7:45 CubbettM. .Perfect 10(Pratt) .
scored twice in the bottom of the last Patterson Eddie Douglas, and ':46 Rowdle Saint (Edward) '
I. to turn back the Mets 6-4 in play at winning pitcher Chad Reddish all had ':46 OIUT-KeyiloM(Waalalde) .
*:00 Exprea-Country Boy (Edwrd ,
I NAME' Pratt St. Friday night 2 hits to lead the Brave For Brooker' ':00 SurkMtea.Dander Prau) '.
'I. Jerry Roebuck pounded a :2-run _G. Pardee was 2-3 with a double--:..---- -
ADDRESS .. PHONE .t ,: Pairote Srivibul 2.2 with a double'"'

L Merchants Olympians WinnersThe Keith Kehoe 2-4...with_a triply_!_
CITY 4 STATE ZIP'.r..w The Actions beat the Merchants 13-5

-awww.w... -- -I Olympian topped Brooker 14-5 out 8 for the JSlsaerL'' as winning pitcher Greg Wilkenor-*..
t Monday evening with pitcher Jimmy Leading the Ol'ympTaluWilson was :2-3, Chuck Coburn 3-4. Darreit9'Chandler ;'.
touing a 3-hltter and striking at the plate were David Hamilton:2-3, ] "3-4 with 3 doubles. "?



j I ; ..


I A Special Feature Section Cottoning" Informative Items 'f fOl'.NTV TI.MKS.: AM l.AKK ItEiIU'I.nut!

I NNIrI.".Ir ?. ,he&......._ The Union County

B That Affect Residents of Bradford, Union and day Counties egrupll MONITOR TIM is

Thursday,April 29!), i i82B
Seel ion

.- .. ..-

:USMC Recruiters
{ w : t '; .

1I I

w. 1 r tl' '' Pt

I Youths For Basic Training

f-' By Tony Burke decided to take part and check thingsout Sergeant (E-7) Earl: L Palmer, Staff

". .;, BCT Staff Writer no strings attached. Noncommissioned Officer in charge
; Jl' It was shaping up to be one of those This month's activity was a two- of the area recruiting station. PalmerIs

'idyllic, peaceful Saturday mornings hour physical training (PT) session, a soft-spoken, friendly man who
.at Gainesville's Westside park Dew that included a IVi mile jaunt along belies the traditional image of a

,, ,Still clung to the fresh grass, an early the park's fitness course, with stopsat bellowing old sergeant. Nonetheless,
...". morning fog had just lifted and trafficon the various fitness stations. Prior he is a stocky bull; thick-shouldered
., ""m,.. ., .".,.-. A> the hadn't become meets have included and sinewy armed, from his
', .. -1.<."' .' .> avenue yet weapons firingat resulting
,,'f(', !.. .
\ "t'
.' ,Ht'1. < .. and noisy. the police range and obstacle years in the Corps, where physical
', ." ;fr ,'.,"" Suddenly, sound definitely out of course training. A future period of In- fitness is practiced with all of the zeal
I':''f ;, ...... kilter with the surroundings split the struction will cover hand-to-hand self- of a religeon.
... 'oj. : i 'air. defense training. "It's the little things that will put
1. ..." .. ft 'one-tlilrty stttin' on the "These sessions will help you dur- you ahead of the rest of the recruits."
.. ... ". ', atrip. .'Keen Core daddy gonna take a ing boot camp," said Gunnery Continued on Page 7"
:"!ff' little trip... Ah-lo-rat-lay-oft... Low-rl-

:- :';;', ley-off.. Pee-Tee... Is good for you...
.; N1 r '
;' I Is good for me... w'p 1r
r.:....1; c I : Citizens who happened to be arriv- i b 'r f.

', ing at Westside for a city league soft- "
:, ,
:' ball game turned their attention to the

'" r".; n.J i" .''.. I J r Ur' 44 .. .". 22 commotion highly ;motivated a staccato area seranade Marine by

'" \,'... Corps recruits or their curious bud- "
>:> ,'1" .f' ,.. dies
"J and four recruiters from the
,'Y.r ..,.
,-; .. ',. Gainesville USMC recruiting substa- f1r.
; ';
,, ;". : ':. tion.The
..... 22 youngsters, from ten area
.t .
.., .." .. ::> .. high schools and community collegeswere
: : ,'' _
,. ,! A
.;:'.-."'- 0 .'Ie...... _...,w. taking part in an activity con- ,.
... ducted by the recruiters that is '(I,'.',;,,'
1k : r.Ior'!:,'. .
: .. .'",".' designed to give them knowledge and
,.. .. experiences that will help and 1.\-'It
y1 f A W Q"! prepare them for the rigorous train-
ing of Marine Corps Boot Camp. The
.... recruiters strive to have at least one
such instructional meeting each .
a- month.

Bradford County High School was 't .
well represented this day with five
r4 1a
yl persons "on board;" two recruits and f

three interested students who had -' ....

Marine Recruits Barry McGregorleft .
: ( ) of Gainesville shouts encouragement ,
to a fellow recruit doing
sit-ups, while Robbie May (right) 'r

from Bradford County High School. ..... ,, '7..,. .
limbers up during a recruit physical ..;."" .;'\, '
'; 4 r -N fitness session.

____ nn___________ ----- -------- ----

.... ."

Black & Decker Accessories Sale -It' ,1" ".

:,,' ;

;. "" ...... !F9 9. r fr

.., .w a n7 BaD T .. N i."o0.II... I -.'.... ._ .. ...w.. :'r' T

., ." .-.,'.. ff1rIwl
;\1 .,i'.wr
!., ;'I..:: t>\.r):! -'JI' .
:!:" ;: !![ "r
\!.Sty!?( "i.i:": I'';!,- .'I" r :,.114
;;; :;,?,'! 1'k<;:rf:. 1 1V ,. .\" ... <' -
Modi!II1450 : \ '" ';Ir''to, i.
:;I./\I.1:: ; ;
Blacks Decker, 'tfj-i.:; :t .\,\'
.;,;t't.! ....,W ,:; k .

POLISHING AND : '. '$ ti!:,
'.. ...
: .
"j.;\.! t' < :'
:f'' :;:.f.. )1\;;:;. ''''7,
;: ; f, A Note of ThanksWe

would like to to the
All you need for sanding and 495 express cur appreciation

polishing with portable electric, t BaD private donors as well as the following businesses who

drills. Includes wheel arbor contributed greatly to the success of the FSP Pistol

6 backing assorted pad sanding, polishing! discs.bonnet, Blacks Decker.jack Club Softball Tournament held April 23-25, at the Lake

Butler-Union County Recreation Complex.
..N..O .a Rabbit
exa.wt jZ
e n d' Rick DeVoe Insurance Co. Waters GroceryLawteyThe

Meat Store-Starke City Fish Market-Starke
Andrews Drugs-Starke Norman Seafood Produce-Stk

multi-purpose hand pump for hun Spires IGA Store-Lake Butler Bradford Co. Telegraph-Starke

Black& Decker.Iharp'nSantf. farm dreds uses.of household Take it anywhere auto marine- andj 99 Pitlman & Sons Produce-Jax Hardee's-Madison, Florida

no electricity. Self-priming and Monarcn-Jax Paramount Chickens-Jax
operate, pumps 1-2 gallons a minute.
\ a = Comes with 7 It. clear tubing. 3 ft. dip Model
JSO-13OO We Thank You !
tube, 5 It. Intake hose sprayer weightwith
II screen, hose clamp and dip. tube

Black Decker. Drill-powered belt sander marker.SELECT..ABLADE .

JIG SAW 2 8 9-


Chart on back gives proper r Sharpens, sands, shapes, finishes. Powered by Your Worn-Out
blade for each job. Dial "key let- 8'g 5 most '/" or V" drills Sharpens lawn mower

ter", tilt holder, blade drops out. blades, scissors knives chisels, axes. Sands Central AirConditioner
Includes 6 wood cutting, 3 metal Id Midu moulding and mitres. Smoothssough-edged ,auwaa.wereu/eu eNaxaesarurewaa.o.n
and 1 boards. Hose connection for home vac to keep
cutting, plaster cutting Motel III337
dust under control.

Ba7 'e B e e is Worth $50!

We'll give you $50 for the scrap value of your old
...g central air conditioner-regardless of condition when

/f// ; you buy a new Carrier Round One air
conditioner or heat pump!
Black Decker 1
a. ue '
Black Decker .
a ;; -
Mr ''' The Year-Round One Heat
HOLE SAWS Pump-saves ybu money with
'for Black & Decker efficient cuts
For cutting 9/8" to it-,/2"nave Black Decker ; your
B/ackaDecker and Duo-Fast Electric DI.L In wood. mneaalp' .Cutup B/ack a Deckor heating costs in winter Call
DeckerSTAPLES ,.
Staplers For thicker material! cut from other for details!
500 brad nails ,
per pkg.
a/I"saw with manor
0.00 alias below... Carrier
PAPER )11ncnii, For Black & Decker :; KITS
--- and Duo-Fast Electric U1Z71 3/r fit
99 ts,2edt 10 97-200 oft-white Stapler 01277U127S: 7'f 111 I 1 9 9 13 9 5
1" inin
2 M _0" 97-201 It brown "
U1274U1279 1-1' .. .
97-202 med. brown 1,000 staples
Made 14-404 per pkg. 1-1/4' inin LIMITED TIME ONLY-
9 97-203 dk. brown ,
25 sheets of assorted grit #97-000 '/41 O1277U1278 U'it7.aS"1-1/2' tilin highly efficient and Fqhwtendeeasra.Installation ol door tocMs and '''CALL TODAY!
sandpaper for all platenere 1w*'incn #97-001,0/,." 1-S'S'1-3/4': :: intil fast way to mix paintStirs dead Drill bolls:Guide Fealurea'mat halpe an enclualve Insure-
Sanders using 497-002' /," up to a gallon can. holes Indoor
type power U1280 / '' proper alignment
1097-20501f-whlt. Fits most makes and ,....
3'10".9" sheet size' Open U1281U1282 2"218' i.n edge and Also
coat, aluminum oxide, #97-206 It. brown #97-003 % -" l.nin sizes of power drills. ...neiud..huI..W. power bit,,'VV
Include 60 100 and 150 #97-207 m.d. brown #97-004 'Via" U1283 it.,/.'' drill bit' and lann pin locator.Ttie Hayes Electric &
grit sandpaper. 97-208 dk. brown Ut284 2-1/2' tit ,

participating retailer'abilitto nucH all Items
during the ..,.. period Is dependent upon the JACKSON .BUILDING SUPPLY VlSAo. Air Conditioning:
....il..iIi.Vofm.rch.ndl..fromth..nulltatvr.'. t_
The retailer reserve the right to substitute Items of Lake Butler US 301 S. Starke
Keystone Heights
equal or or give rein check and 1
contact bstnrirw .n the Item ii 8V.iI.t>l.. S.W.SUI Avenue 984-6078 ,Jet SR 21 & 100 355 N, Temple Avo. 9648744I 1s
4a5307apuaaluss. umlte473.4973 s

1 S

"""-"'_"""" ''' '.-''-''''''''''''''''''''''''''_''''-- --_' '_-- .o. ,----.. ,. '.-- A ".. .. I'
.. .
,....... ..........,. .. .. .. ,., . .. '. .. .-.. .
..- .... . .. -
'I ...,f"""" ''''- ." !>y. .. .. .ofc-jll ;1' 1"- .. -t't.I.' 1> .. ;',4t--. ... ----,. ,'---.- .... ,-,, .
i.1 //ir," "
> lI
T \t. ,, >

I ....... .. .. L't

.:'.... .__II.." ..,u. .

Florida Folk Festival Starts May 28;' in White Spgs.Secretary .

of State George clown makeup. Veteran medicine master storyteller in her own right. Dave and the Dixie Ramblers, The ,.. i il
Firestone has announced the lineup show performers will offer traditional "Cousin Thelma" has been with the Flatlanders, The Fatwood Fiddle
for the 30th Annual Florida FOlk skits, ventriloquism, pitching products Festival since its beginning in 1950 Band and the Suwannee River Five l Y't
Festival will feature the traditions of and old-fashioned humor. An and always delights the audience with will l appear.
the Seminole Indians and the occupational organ grinder, circus costumer, and her humor and stories. The am
lore of travelling entertainers.The Billy Rodgers' circus bird act have phitheatre stage features a mixture of Afro-American music is abundant.
festival will occupy the Stephen also been scheduled. musical and dance entertainment. Diddley-bow players Moses Williams,
Foster Center at White Springs, May Many familiar faces will be return- a festival favorite, will be back. Piano
28-31, with day-long activities beginning Several other activities will keep up ing: master singer-songwriter and blues and gospel will be performed by
at 10 a.m., and night-time con- the festival pace. Music, dance, storyteller Gamble Rogers will be Ida Goodson of Pensacola. Gospel will
certs until midnight Friday, Saturday storytelling, crafts, regional and back as will Don Grooms, Will be represented by former minstrel
and Sunday. ethnic foods,slide-tape presentations, McLean, and Frank and Anne show player Mary McClain of fAM
and art exhibits will be presented at Thomas. Bradenton step-sister of the famous
The. Seminoles, a cultural group the amphitheater, the azalea garden, blues singer Bessie Smith. The Dixie
long associated with Florida history and the auditorium, Firestone said. Different ethnic dance tradi- Jubilees from Jacksonville will sing
will present demonstrations of pat- tions will be represented by the the old-style gospel quartet music.
chwork sewing canoe making, tradi- Friday has been dedicated to Lorelei Singers and Dancers, the Nationally known blues interpreter
tional games cooking, doll making, children. Puppet shows (by the Beseda Dancers of Masaryktown, the Roy Bookbinder will also appear on
palmetto stem basketry and sweet Shoestring Puppet Theatre of Drava Folk Dance Ensemble, the stage and in workshop. Roy has produced
grass basketry, according to Jacksonville), old-time games Folkdancing, and the Cross Creek several albums. _
Firestone.The (taught by Sadie Bell Cooper of Lake Cloggers and Suwannee Riyer Clog- ,

City), and most importantly, games, gers. ". Some of Florida's best .
travelling entertainers arecomposed riddles, rhymes, and jokes shared by. Old time music and songwriters will also' singer-the --
Bluegrassare appear on Starke
Elk Donates Livestock to
the children
of circus carnival, and themselves will '
well represented this : The stage: Larry Mangum, Frank and
medicine show people who have settl- highlight the Friday events. New Sand Mountain Wildcats year, The Anne Thomas, Don Grooms, Will Goss,atnembcr of(Starke Elk'Lodge 1802, purchased the grand champion -
ed in Florida in large numbers since Wind That Shakes the Barley, The McLean, and Dale and Linda Crider. steer at the Sumter County Fair recently and donated the steer to the
the 1920's.A As always, the main amphitheatrestage ,Bucksnort Barndance Band, and The The Criders, for instance, sing songs Florida Elk's Harry Anna Crippled Children's Hospital in Umatilla.
circus clown will perform and will be emceed by "CousinThelma" Green Grass Revival will be return- about our endangered wildlife and The steer weighed In at 1.1S3 Ibs. and was sold for $3 per pound, for a
demonstrate the proper way to apply Boltin of Gainesville, a ing; also, new bands such as Uncle resources. They will also present a total of 13,549...Goss" also purchased two hogs at the fair and donated themto
slide-tape program on Florida's en- the hospital. _
dangered wildlife during the Festival. The steer was brought to the hospital where children were allowed to see
Area Folk Festival and pet It, before It was! taken to the butcher. Pictured above are Goss, the
grand champion steer and two of the hospital's patients out in front of the
Will Reopen Stake hospital's fountain.

To Angry Old-Timers
S _
By Dick Ilagwood s '
Reprinted from Jacksonville r
Responding to about 50 angry per.
formers, many of whom had not been
invited back to the May 28-31 editionof
the Florida Folk Festival at White
Springs, state officials pledged action ,
yesterday designed to reopen the
stage to the old-timers.
60 Years of Service To ..

"There seems to be a feeling that BradfordUnionClayResidents m FA 50 or 2 HP Suzuki Outboard
one performance on the main stage is
enough," said Lee Warner, assistant

tions director for for the archives state and field opera- We offer the bereaved family all of the services involved in a FREE
secretary of state'soffice. :
Purchase of
traditional funeral and burial having been established for a
many years in our facility we are able to provide our fine
By asking the performers who have services to you at less cost.DeWitt.
been assured of three or four performances 12x30 Hand! House GarageCome
on the four-day schedule to C. Jones
forgo all but one performance,
Warner said he believes a number of
the disappointed performers will Funeral Home See

have a chance to appear on the main Starke Keystone Hgts. Suzuki of Starke
stage of the Stephen Foster Folk
Culture Center. 964-6200 473-3176
Warner said he will write letters to 964-6020 U.S. 301 south starke
the ignored performers asking if they ,
are still interested in appearing on -
this year's program. He said he would '
also send each of them two free ou a, irv le to alien Qua
tickets to the festival.

The festival program, which i. I IL

already has gone to press, will also
carry an insert showing that a
number of old-time performer are
still on the schedule he said.
Warner also said he will recom-
mend that s someone representing the, .

interests of ,heperformers be appointed L StaftrMoadbyMay,3rd., { : : f.. h.
to JFtoiidaiFolklife Count-.
cil, an agnecy designed to representas
many of the folk groups within the >- USDA Choice
state as possible. A vacancy now ex-
ists on the seven-member council. Whole )

The meeting ended yesterday with Paramount Ground
an apparent truce between the per- s $ Ground ,.
formers and the Folk Life Program ((1 9Lb4
which has headquarters at White Spr Fryers Chuck
ings and is directed by Dr. David ., Beef
Closson, but not before the disgruntled -
performers opened a heavy bar \

rage.author Will of McLean six books of St.on Florida Petersburg and, 49 A--, USDA Choice $ -119 P1

described by some as "the poet Lb.
laureate of Florida," bitterly criticized Lb.
RoundSteak .
the payment of $1,000 to Gamble ,
Rogers of St. Augustine, who bills
himself as "Florida's Troubadour." $1. 9 9Lb. .

,:;.-: ....-. :yt.
Rogers is the only performer draw- ""..
ing a substantial fee in addition to
perdiem and mileage expenses.
"The state of Florida was built by
the people," said McLean, "There is
going to be.fire all over the state." Buy One

Several of the performers, who Get One n '.. ':
l/iljr "
acknowledged that they are not professionals 0 FREEGolden -4 ,
demanded that Rogers eel ;0"9'p
still be invited but that his $1,000 fee
be eliminated. l
Warner and Closson acknowledgedthree 4l
ode F
major concerns in O _
reorganizingthe .
oIiIV..I! ; /
festival; The state the Folk Life ..; Potato .,;:.
Program and the performers. 00 (;<.) Chips Buy One Get :IJrlo

But. Charles Steadham of ":Jf/;) 0 GO Pr ill.. '
e' One FREE
Gainesville, Roger's agent said they /f/ G"IdlJrl
had neglected a fourth concern the q) 1bP ., $
1 8.
public.And. ,;" to tb1Ia o4; ",)""
he said that if the festival In- ". 0' q",. eofiO' /
cludes the same individuals year o Golden FlakeBarBQuo aaoi
after year "The festival couldn't con-
tinue long if it became that inbred. If t Chips
errors are made, the final mediatorwill
be the public." o or Toastados
Folk singer Gretchen Crawford of *
Jacksonville, a young mother of
three said she had been coming to the
festival since she was three years old.
The festival next month will be the
30th annual event.
"No one's ever paid us." she said.
"I'mtree. I'm not comjni next year" Pan Frontier
During the heated dispute, "Cousin John MorrellSausage Country Style
Thelma" Boltin, who developed the
Stephen Foster festival from its infancy Sausage Bacon SmokedSausage
.' took exception to implicationsfrom
some at the meeting that the I
festival might have been restricted to _
three counties without extensive state
help. On the other hand, she creditedthe $119 99 991

state for its role. tb. 'Ib. $ 59

"If it hadn't been for the state there b.
would be no festival" she said.
Meanwhile, Peggy Bulger of the

j festival Folk Life preparations Program, insisted who directs that The Butcher Block 5 Lb. BoxSmoked

her desire was to bring in as many

performers as possible. .

d j' A major in what topic the of performers disagreement saw appeared as Hwy. 100 South across from: Pinehurst Grocery

I implied! charges of racial bias voiced 964.5920 $ 5 9
, in *hat one offical naa seen as a Open 8 am,til 6 pm Monday thru Saturday 5
" preponderance of"Florida crackers" Meat Cut to Order U.S.D.A. Food Stamps Thursday and Friday til $ pm SausageI
in the old festival program.( If Preferred Welcomed Closed Sunday for Church
Moat performers and state officials
denied that accUKaUffI.Ii" .


--.; :--::. .' _.__'_ --- --- I

" ...".. ..- "' v.wrr*wun,._.-"':' .w.. .";.;.;,"......:"';.-::'".--. "". .. ... ..,. .. b.' ... -, t. 0 Y"II' "" : -'; :::;;;: }'.111I_. ." .. .-. r" D" I\\..."" "'_....,.. .. 111 II _' ,...:.u.._...,- ",_, '''__' ",. "F'" ..'.....". ". .. .tJ'.,'..."u'--
., .r. ,- W ,,' r .. ,' .K .. .w.w.wiMl..rui lYt .. w .. .. . _.. ._ : .. .


member of the Baptist{ faith., ;, Alma Marie Carlton Fairish;, ,, Funeral services were held Sunday, Ft. Call Cemetery in Union County, member of the First Christian
Due ,7.. Survivors Include ,his father,.Roy April 23,at 3 p.m. in Archer Funeral with Rev. W.W. Weldon officiating. Church.
to'on in the Parrish,
error Information Mrs. Alma Marie Carlton
Home Chapel with Rev. Jake Thomas' Burial followed. Archer Funeral
"+ Lester Morgan, Sr. of Starke one
supplied to the Bradford County Miss Peggy L. Morgan; of 45, died Friday, April 23 at her officiating. Burial followed in Elzey Home of Lake Butler was in charge of Mrs. Roberts is survived by ;
Telegraph and the DeWItt C. Jones residence after heart at
Stare an apparent
Funeral Home last week, please note ; three sons, Roy D. Morgan of tack. Chapel Cemetery with Archer arrangments. numerous nieces and nephews. b
the following correction in the Roy Tallahassee, John R. and Timothy L. She was born in Union County living Funeral Home in charge.
Funeral services for Mrs. Roberts
Lester Morgan obituary. Morgan, both of Starke; his former her entire life in the county.She was a April Michelle Allen Equilla W. Roberts will be held at 3 p.m. today, Thurs ....,
wife; Mrs.LoLetta Morgan of Starke; member of Harmony Freewill Baptist Mrs. Equilla W. Roberts, 96, of
Infant Michelle Allen died day, in the First Christian Church _
three sisters, Mrs. Ellen Bailey and April
Roy Lester MorganRoy Church. Starke, died in the Starke Nursing
with the pastor, Rev. Raymond Baer
Thursday,April 22. :
Lester Morgan, 57, of Starke, and Mrs.Mrs.Judy Joyce Morgan Chambers, both of of Starke Lake, She Is survived by her husband,Mr. She is survived by her parents, Mr. Home Tuesday, April 26 following a officiating. Burial will be in the family ;:1'a:
died suddenly 17, at Marshall Parrish of Lake Butler; two lingering illness.! .
Saturday April Butler, and one grandson. and Mrs. Edward Allen of Brooker; plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery. In
his residence. sons Nicky Lee Parrish and Ricky brother, Ronnie of Bradford lieu of flowers, donations be
Funeral services were held at 3 one Lee Allen Born in County, Oct. 20, may
Born Oct. 13, 1924, in Miami, Mr p.m. Tuesday April 20, in Emmanual Marshall Parrish both of Lake Brooker; paternal grandmother, 1885, Mrs. Roberts lived most of her made to the building fund of the First r":
Morgan, the son of Roy L. Morgan, Baptist Church with Rev. Fred Johns, Butler; her 'father, Mr. Harley Mrs. Ruby Tetstone Allen of Brooker, lifetime in Bradford County. Her hus- Christian Church. DC Witt C. Jones "'
Sr. and the late Addie Dorothy Cox Carlton of Lake Butler; two sisters, and .Funeral Home is in charge of ar
pastor, officiating. Burial was in maternal grandfather, Mr. band was the late Charles B. Roberts ,_
BradfordCounty Mrs. Leola Turner of Jacksonvilleand '
was a lifetime resident of Crosby Lake Cemetery with DeWitt ,Junior Seay of Worthington Springs. and her parents the late Hiram rangements. ::
Mrs. Iris Brooks of Lake Butler
and Veteran of World
a Navy C. Jones Funeral Home in charge of Graveside funeral services were Wasdin and Ellen Gill. She was a
War II.He was a retired barber and a arrangements. and one granddaughter. held Saturday,April 24 at 2 p.m.in the retired school teacher, and was a

_ K

: \ I


SAVE W Ty .. ;,.

t : :!

'f .' t.
.,', .
_ -
;.M.:.. ,'.. .::..-
- I w

-a I -
I. V-

_ t,
1 eFEF PEOpE tl

.. ...
I 5,
x 1.:

-_ aI'

= I

- i I I':
_ h'i '

:;. !I



these handsomely styled, precision 1q 1

i : the timepieces hour and continupusly minute. Month display 1 1II

and date are visible at the push ofbutton.
...two pushe*display
... -.. ... -. -. .. .

I 1 1l f

l +i 1 1 I tiv 5 iinctidirt I JJigital 1

I I I I 1 s 1 1 1 4 WristwattchesGoldtpnebr \

Silvertone 1' I P I I I Jj I J

with neck chain Silvertone5Function ,,


' .

. ... \

4M" Silvertone I ::
t\r ( tiA 1i
tr Pen Watch +

.. '



; -1

'lawst I It
t t wu.WWiu.
-------------- ICAKUA IAAI


1 I $5000 I 99 Each .


I CAN PURCHASE ELEGANT I '"with $100 ,i +Mw 'u, lit
i TIME PIECES FOR ONLYI it ourregister ;
'8.99 EACH, PLUS TAX. I I" i ? ,1 = .I.
I .',1', .'
I ONLY ONI S I q w .ra .' ;. t.'\ '
I_ 'so. COUPON I tapes ,nv+e w !rM .! .
PIR PIRSON., | ? q :
I, GOOD THRU MAT S. 19S3 'I r a., r ., .' I"'t!. ri,, '
D.rarar-_____-rah 441 e. q yylisw -
4a w W

;i. Only $18.99 each without tapes I&.f ? er W V?* I.t. I-- ,

r, w YI
'Ji Masterpieces of modem technology these + r' W \" ,

'.r.:. These quality LCD DigitalTimepieces fashion right timepieces are an exceptional ,W, 'w

c' .,v : .' 'are warranted ,valuealonly$18.99.ThisSJ8Ciaitape-saver? "' I\
": : \', program makes it even easier for you to own ,.
t.4.'i" r' ,. for full or give one or more for the remarkably low .
,r' ..1, one year. price of only$8.99 each with$100 in our '
R register tapes.: Pickup= your special \" :, : \

"1: tope SawerenvelopeV ': .

savett'tJS Store Name today! : I

.'.c" I

'. -'---. -. : v .. '-- ...' "''' ,
b. '' .
V' y .
; .

I, S

() "" : '


,. r : f Anniversary,


: JubileeSale


:Play' the All New '


_, ODDS AS OF APRIL 22, 1982

i o YOU CAN'T n oPyus ow.sra pa.uo- (0001. '-'"
eEEF PEOp WIN = .::, ; a.rsi
.,. .
3 $500,000 IF YOU DON'T PLAY! "m00Cat too..me; ; IUSI.IM. .. to"...'..'.
!. .. ......
IN PRIZES! .o"" topMust Tyy' Wes'
ba 18 10 play No puicKu nacaiflary to participate Thlt pmT yW ow n 1m w I nno Igems
...... ..... ... ..
beIng played the wgntylour' ((64))participating Wlnn-Di '0000 1 ym o I I. u 1o I
PRICES GOOD ., ..... ., .,
WIN or.'o..t.dlnnorth.rnFlorod..ndlOuth.rnO.org..Seh.dulad' "ooc .100 .1 "" ay1.
UP TO .. ... ,....
'larmmalion data'July 21. 1982 Employaaa 01 participating stores m-- "" lu 1 m 7
THURS WED, $ (and members olth."Immedtala family 'the sponaor Ita m tees 'oom a e N w 1
1,000 .d.'ng.g.ne..ndo.m..uppll.r..r.no'.lIglbl.lowon.ny' ,m4. ..... ,M.., 1.1., rprize. ..,
.. .
APRIL 29 MAY 5 1982 too TV sen M too i T 1.1 I II .1 rte
,. ,
f BEEF PEOPLE I*I trademark ol Winn-Dime IneTVE rolAL 1m' PIt N I ale o 1011A.
.I 1981 NOTIt TIM wide *until Miy M. tan.Aeer inn data you mull M*
updalad odds posted In Wlnn-Olxla tonta and In advwllaamanta.

I II ......
----.AII < _- -_ .____
a .... _... ,
/ 1\\\ I '



\\1 $ C

GALLON JU K BOX Z CTe 4\ BAG LB. 1 \ 16Aoz.BTLS. $139i

... .. $1r4 SAVE 20' ..f. SAVES oy

Limit purchif.I w/JT.M/ nalt or dip!mora. --- --- ------ ---IF. +


I BABY : ( (

sTtd..a FOOD 5 a1,7..:. $100



CEREAL . . 'i Z' $1))59 COFFEE . . 'S3-? M" NAPKINS I e ,30PlDCa' $139

TOWELS e e e 2 JUMBO ROLLS $t09 I B-B-Q SAUCE . 'SrT: 59c PRESERVES . 3JAR? $1'9

99c CATSUP . 'JiT: 89c INSTANT TEA. e e 3J$1'9= TOWE LS

DISH LIQUID . C'A1l T 69C OIL. . . e a'erie: r. 99c CAN LINERS . ?' 99C
.. POTATO CHIPS r:'K" 79c SOFTENER e e *:JSf, T* KITCHEN-.IAGS'K' u(;r.nl9. p ,, *
It SAVE 30' GIANT ARROWDETERGENT ,." t ', SAW.o"'ARROW HEAVY. DUTY LIQUID '. ARROW W/L51pflAbKEJE2S1; d4r rL1119 .. +yRl::; 'd ''' 4LIPr+1a + yt ,- 4
:'. e 411-0'lOX, $)39) DETERGENT'. '. .' 64-0.Sll!. $139 BAGS . . P KO.99c 6

TEA BAGS . .. IOO-CT. $-I 139PKO TEA MIX a &:. *1" DILL CHIPS. ;. . 2;p.. 99c ROLL

.- -.............

r1 ,, dY.O. ..
+ ., D9 J BTAMP3 a.. aN. TAMP

.w _
Ir.- ;;) I
I r.

6 9 1 SWEET RELISH . "ST I. ;:,:99 ,RICE . . 3. ,' ,-

PAK 9 OLIVES 'size '{QQ*.'f ,GRITS . . ;.t,.* 99C<< 'A "
12-0%. THRIFTY MAID.C ,. .;0, DIXIE' DARLING. FAMILY 3.'a- :t..s
CANS SALAD .- -- t BREAD . .' (

.- SAVE 30c .-....I.: FRUIT FRUIT PUNCH DRINKS(FOIL PACK) : ,,.,; RAISIN BREAD .' ,;,,>.i...tOAf'1&-0.. ,l' c
::::"tIIV_ _. 's,02gaXIe DARLING ,
= .. ;: M,! '! BERMUDA, BREAD..2$119M
.'. 2\cANSI'88 "

\4 $1 .. ", r-, ; GREEN MAID BEANS CUT .*.'jr,IV 1 f.1'&$1, INNER)J ROLLS JROOUCH. ..'I.e'2"..:9oi;It"89c
y .
8.oz. .- -- ,\' 'fP- PIT '.i.; ,. 1 .
\ .
; .
oT':':;' _u .; t SILVER GRILLEBARTLETT '16-01." '" MONEY BUNS &fc&3DIXIE (, '89'b./

/ SAVE 34 /1) till 14-0&. PEARS. C 4 'If.. DARLING PRESTIGE HONEY/ WHEAT -

I JENO'SPIZZA SIZI 6ge COFFEE ASTOR CREAMER 22-,..' $149. BREAD .I,., :.- ,.. 2V' r: 79.a

i .1 .. r..
.- :; :
: 59
I \+ TOPPING, '. 's;

/o oz. .. .,

ii 1I _
:: WOntTI1I..CttASiOf 1
1 1 pC ,1
LEMONADE . e c's: $1 19 CREAM POPS . 2K ')49 1 BONUS STAMP COUPON 1r' 1 1


, \ iJi.PiAUiii fRIED ,A SUPERBRANO (32-o( CUP $1.79) 3 Lr TOP TOP WIT VALUE, nil auacHAii STAMPS of
SOUR CREAM. 2 CUPS M Tow mtijlf0--- ii
FISH STICKS. . 'VlTo'' $1 19 COTTAGE CHEESE 'CUP] 79 QTRS. 1 1 COUPON 0000 APRIL 29-MAV 5, 1992 1 I

CORN . . PKO."* 99c FRUIT YOGURT :rX6.59R: IdRN E wJY110 dr 1141r1 1 --- =-

i TWIN POPS . IlK'".' 99 PIMENTO CHEESE 'cur'. $1M I IO EXTRA r l

: C COIYRIGMi..1987 I : ,
;:' COUPON GOOD APRIL 39-MAY 3. 1912

1. *r', ,'.
iI !'
.. : W Z.fPt.;;; ,('6...,., i ,< r. ,',, .' ';:' .' .. '
I' :, I.7.I. : .,... .." \ *, tf.

',''6"'f'I .. .,. ''' .' ,' ; !', '
'.f ; .
,, ", .

j .- -' : "

1 f ::. -. '. .. :,:.' '. .. a I j"

, "1'" .. .. ."-w.,.._,;...,:._>_. _.. ,, "',;,":\"'"1\'I''w-.I .'"'---'-'''''-"' ''r..",...._,.,...-.<..,......... 2n.fW'h .."...-.J. ;...=''''II. '' ..r...._.. !11M OJ ......__. ......... _....__. ....___. _...... ,
TV'D<:: -I.". .. .:::1_'6nL .'". 1;" '_.u \ 'p' .. _.__._-';'.'_-. ." 1 --- _,, . r "y .. "" ,' TO",,!,
+ ,\ f I .!
A .. i,

------------------------------ .rn.. / ewr..w.Rwrrrarrrrrwwrrrr ----------.. I II

I 'O I 1 0 o.I rkXX>iXL') f' PRICE I : i
1 1 u1l"'Q UPoN I I

it 500 EXTRA n RRt- ,, : co I II

TOP VALUE STAMPS I .;;;. 60 0 F F- "

I 1 9 WITH THIS COUPON AND A 20.00 OR TOP .1 I 49-oz. .. : ..:

I .. -" II TIDE I '
_COUPON_GOOD APRIL 29_- MAY 3,_1982 II __ __'_ ::.... ._ _____ _, I .
___ J U lJ ...... lflfU lfU.lf''flfl Limit 1 W/J7.50/ or more purchase 9,1982 .
--------------------------------- --------------------------------
..--------------------- -----------... rI --------------------- rrwrwrw-- .. :-,.


I !'fII "VJaM C01JPO 11 &\VIaK COUPO I )

I RKIK"... II RKt 14"... SAVE 6OC I

.- ,.. SAVE 50c !II .., SUPERBRAND = I ;'

1I I .; ICE I : {
r-- l s THRIFTY MAID II ,"='" I :;cI.

1'I SU>>.DANe AifO SUGAR Le' 99 I 11 III. I _' C REAM GALLON HALF 19 C .

I 1 f COUPON OOOD "'IL" MAT 5. 19S2 1 II 1 U \ COUPON GOOD APRIL 29 MAY 5, 1982 )'\X.f.\'f\.. \) / I ':'
--U:: Limit 1 w1S1.90 or more purchase ..01.01"$, 'U-lf I.J ( l1'UlfU lflflfU-1 Limit 1 w/JT.60 or more purchase *.cl. tigs. U-U-lflfU lflfU- ;
II ---------------------------- I.rre.rrrwrr.errrrrrrrwA.rwwrrwrrrE .




N .

\ : I 59c I t.LB. 12oz. 99c1 -:
$ m i.
LI B. .
f.s'/'-.-., 19 ? / 1d\ : ::

:.-; of
'_". .


_- PORK 59 ik


f1JclI \
.. .
.- fl.' r iJ.-t; 1\ t:I- I r'f .. ... .... ', 'li, .:, I TURKEYS

1-PK. G,E.60, 75 or 6 PAK PKG. SV4HU. SIZE WYIER 1-LI BAG I \
35-oi. PKG. FINISH V/i-oi. SIZE BREAD 4-oi. SIZE 16-01. LOAF
6-01.CAN PKG. CLUSTER ROLLS "-01. SIZE 20-01. PKG. 59g.
25 PIZZA _
_ _
.. SAVE 2OCL1.
-.. ,, _
)J:1"7i'l/' :'?/ OPT FREEZER SALE _

.t [ '--j -- /" BEEF PATTIES AMID
'- ---' USDA'CHOICE I,
'" !

,: ;: I I8 'EYES PORK CHOPS '$MJPfs'
"' 30-cr. I
BOX $1999 ( SLAW A ROLL)
$ EACH $219
I -'.,.'Z __ Dinner . IACH1?" jaiami2 11. .. *1" Bread msMAiinAvotscMoccHAitJUMSO .. LOAF> .LIMON 79c
_'. MARXIST FRISMLETTUCE t! dam'' I Boiled Ham LI 2" Sandwiches IAcH'I"! Pies . IAcH'22.
SLICED STEAKS INTO .. 1r Bologna LI 219 Sandwich lcH'I" Cheeses 1"

FREE 1 I 2' HEADS SSc" .


: 2 Las. $JL: BTAMP% ATOP y

e _


BELL PEPPERS . . '. .5 fOIl $100 CORN

RED APPLES . . ,.11 fOIl $J.19 T .

D'ANJOU INDIAN RIVER PEARS . ., '. '. .7 fOIl $100 'J +


Cucumbers 5 POll M00 Fruit Punch 79 1
Onions . 2tuNCHe89c, Dressing .,. 'Sr; $r* FLORIDAWATERMELONS
Potatoes Dressing ?,. 'Iff-4 99 RESERVED -. I _ ,

Lemonade GAl.HALl'.' 79C Dressing MARIES RANCH, OR..ITAUAN... 13JAR W/GARLIC..$|4. SIZE .2 OPYRIGHT IOU AMLyt1CAN OWNf0-J mmumf f .L ftiCAN mua OPERATED i "

,' .
: .

4. :. S : I j,

.-... 'W-.. << .....- ._ ., ,"", "' ...................... """" ..... '" ..." ". '-iii _'OJ 11 I .._",..,.. __. 'w.. .___.._ .....__
f 'T' .. .. .. ,. .
'. ''''' ''''''. "" "r.'. ,,1. L"' ... __" ....,.. .""' _. _ ... .. .. 4.... ...-. .. iI !''f .. ... _..... #'... ?"'- .;. .... '1""" '. l II ...,.... ..,, .., .' :""' .i\I'\ ....; .". ,"it.' ,. ....W..P.
," ,
,"" > t
,. t1 ; > .h ,
/ ,

.. .. .
". : !
: : 1 ,: ':

Page 68 April 29.1982 ::'," .

,,. "",I.:, !,.,, .. ,
''1'' .. : to remember '
I You'll want
News Briefs H I ;i#, .1

,,;, J. how they
Man ArrestedFor Southerland had his arm out of the Traffic Accidents Emery Randolph Lewis 23. ot
window and the impact severed the } Gainesville was cited for careless today
Reckless DrivingTroy lower part of his arm. Charles Duain Hendrix. 18," was driving and failure\ to report an accident :1Mr"
According to Trooper B. A. cited for running a stop sign and Ker- April 9 when he struck an unoc-
Davis Henderson, 35, of Williams, who took Southerland to vie Duane Combasa,19, was cited for cuppied car on US-301. )
Starke was arrested April 26 and having no valid driver's license April )
Bradford County Hospital, the arm Lewis was traveling south when he
with'wilful-wanton reckless
charged may have to be removed above the 23.Hendrix struck a parked vehicle and did not
driving and criminal attempt elbow. Southerland was taken by was traveling north on stop. Witnesses followed Lewis and
vehicular homicide. Stat-Flight to Alachua General Thompson St.. in Starke, ran a'stop )
reported the accident According: to
When Starke arrived to Investigate .t
police and struck Combass
sign who was
Hospital. Patrolman Steve Backus, Lewis dbeen ..
a fight behind the Garden .
The investigation is continuing into traveling south. drinking.
Restrurant, Henderson jumped into a the location of the unknown vehicle. Damage to Hendrix' 1969 VW was Damage to Lewis' 1979 Chevrolet
vehicle and turned the wheelto ')
steering Southerland's $600 damage to Combass's 1972
Damage to 1974 the
truck was$100 damage parked
go in a direction where Luther D. Chevrolet truck was $50. Dodge pickup was $500, according to vehicle belonging to Conata tine
Henderson .
was standing.L. Patrolman Steve Backus.
D. Henderson was struck as he Man ArrestedFor Kopelousos was $200. ,

was attempting to get out of the way, Thomas Edward Powell.17, of Ii I
Leaving Scene Henry Franklin Bellamy, 38. of
knocking him backwards into some Starke was cited for careless drivingin
Starke, was traveling west on a county -
bushes. David Robin Carter, 20, of Starke, an accident April 23 on SR-100. road approaching US-301 when he 1
Henderson then attempted to drive was cited for leaving the scene of an Douglas Alan Stivers,29, of Starke, was struck by a vehicle turning off of .
off in a fast and reckless manner but accident with bodily injuries,April 21. was stopped to make a right turn Into US-301. I
was stopped and placed under arrest. Carter was stopped for a red light on the Radio Shack when Powell approached Millard Mathew Griffis Jr., 20, of
Bond for Henderson was set at $500 US-301 when the mother of his from the rear and failed to Starke cited for carlesa drivingin
on each charge, according to passenger opened the door and triedto stop striking Stivers. the accident. :
Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson. take the keys from the ignition. At Damage to Stivers 1968 Dodge was Damage to Griffis' 1961 Chevy s
Henderson was released on the same time the passenger got out $400. damage to Powell's 1978 pickup was $600 damage to ,
recognizance. from the passenger's side and fell. Oldsmobile was $2,000, according to $450
Bellamy's 1977 Chevy was according -
Man ArrestedFor Carter pulled off, running over the R. A. Bennett to Patrolman Ricky Bennett. it iI
who the
passenger was lying on
Disorderly Intoxication street. Willie Littles of Green Cove Springswas Jean Serge LaGace, 34, of Davie, .
The passenger was taken to Brad- cited for improper passing April Fl.,was cited with careless driving in I
ford County Hospital by Rescue 60 26 in an accident on SR-100, six miles'east an accident April 9 at 6:28 p.m. at the ,
Luther D. Henderson, 38, of Starke, where she was treated and released, of Starke. interectlon of US-301 and SR-100.
was arrested after he came to the according to Patrolman Steve Littles driving a Mack semi-truck Robert Spencer Wlahart, 33, of
police station with a can of beer and Backus. was overtaking a vehicle driven by Tampa,was traveling south on US-301
was very Intoxicated. Henderson was Beulah A Smith, 87, of Melrose, when was struck by LaGace after she stopped .
charged with disorderly intoxicationwith Sunday AccidentOn he cut in too close, striking the left for the light but failed\ to keep her .
bond set at $50. front of her vehicle and forcing her off vehicle under control. --- t
Henderson had been Involved in a US-301 North the roadway. Smith's vehicle then Damage to Wishart's tractor-

fight on Weldon St. but had run from Bobby J. Napier, 23, of Starke, was struck a construction sign on the trailer truck was $100, damage to A professional8x10
the scene only to appear at the police cited for failure to yield the right of shoulder of the roadway. LaGace's 1974 Dodge pickup was$600, :
station later using loud and abusive way in a Sunday afternoon accidenton Damages to Smith's 1972 Americanwas according to Patrolman Sonny color portrait for
language and refused to listen to US-301 north of Starke.A $300,damage to the semi was$10, Jackson. '
police. vehicle driven by David Lee Lakeof according to Trooper B. A. Williams. :
All welcome babies ;
Henderson appeared before Judge
George Pierce April 27, where he pled Seminole rain, Fl.when was southbound dur James Francis Daugherty of Starke adults,and famlllesl! Choose .:
ing a light Napier attempted -
guilty and was sentenced to a fine of to enter US-301 from the drivewayof was cited for driving while liscense Boat StolenThe 88 c from our selection of scenic
$75 or 30 days in the Bradford County Thoni Gas Station. Napier turned suspended and having no tag in an accident and color backgrounds.We'll
Jail, according to the Sheriffs Office. too wide and entered the path of the April 24.Daugherty grand theft of an aluminum select poses,and additional
oncoming vehicle causing a collision. was following a vehicle boat was reported by Tony C. portraits will be available with
Warrant Issued Damage to Lake's 1976 Toyota was driven by Carroll Justis McCellan of ,Canadeo of Lake Geneva. no obligation.
For Noegel's ArrestThe $1,000, damage to Napier's 1969 Hampton on Adkins St. McCellan According to the report, the boat r ..
Chevrolet was $500, according to turned south on Walnut St and was valued at $150, was taken from
State Attorney's Office has Trooper C. L. Williams. braking to a stop so Daugherty could Hillcrest Lake. Prices THESE DAYS ONLY )
issued a warrant for the arrest of pull into a double parked postilion. The theft is still under the investigation Friday Saturday Sunday :
Stanley Shaefer Noegel, 60, of Starke, Hampton Youth The vehicles were too close and they of the Clay County Sheriffs Dept.
for leaving the scene of an accident collided. Up to 23% I April 30 May 1 May 2 >>
with injuries, April 19. Arrested After AccidentRonnie Damage to Daugherty's 1972 a

An additional charge of driving on Lamar Crawford, 18, of Matador was $300, damage to Mc- WINNDIXIECORRICTION on Additional DAILY: 10 am 8 pm '>>
the wrong side of the roadway was Hampton, was arrested April 24 for Cellan's 1982 Mustang was $300, according Portraits
also issued against Noegel, accordingto disorderly intoxication. Crawfordwas to Patrolman Steve Backus. SUNDAY: 12 noon 5 pm
Trooper D. C. Roberts. in of the vehicle ,I
a one
passenger South Walnut Street
John Edward Levins, of Starke DEAl CUSTOMEI&III ,
involved in an accident at Adkins andN.
Lawtey Man Walnut Sts., in Starke. was parked in the parking area of the o.r Amiivwury imrt for -Starke t
Has Arm SeveredOwen According to Patrolman Steve Pep-O convenience store when his April 27, M peg 4, rim copy !t
Backus, Crawford was extremely vehicle was struck William Allen roads.. GrooW ...! 10-U. *.. I ti
Jackie Southerland, 44, of Ratliff, Jr., of Starke as he entered r : I
abusive, tried to start a fight with one $1.39.It .
Lawtey, lost the lower part of his left of the drivers, took at him, the parking area. There were no ,
a swing charges in the accident, ..1. ,...: Gr.... !..(
arm April 27 when a truck sideswipedhis and was using foul language. Patrolman Jackson.according 10-U. Unl poll U. $1.39.w. .
vehicle on CR-225. Crawford was rnaced and knockedto Sonny -. i
Southerland was travelling west onCR225 the ground before they transportedhim Damage to Levins' 1976 Dodge sta- .
when an east bound vehicle to the Bradford County Jail. tionwagon was $200, there was no might regr.t how any. cuimd'nc.nl.nc.hi. you. One 884 portrait per subject or group.Minor. must be accompanied
sideswiped his pickup. One of the After posting a $50 cash bond damage listed to Ratliff's 1976 by a parent.
Chevrolet. ;M. .
[Vehicles crossed the ceiu rline. ,Crawford was released. r .9.f

& i _<**. ,baf.,.-.. S. y 'f ..r.J "'" .' ," '
C-I C : ,
t 9 ,:, 110 d419116 "

i vcr ]Escapee RecapturedUnion 'LA'Kt; : CINtVA :

Correctional Institution inmate Mar. 10.Hutchinson. rested and charged with aiding in the
Douglas Eugene Smith was was arrested and escape and return-escape of Smith
recaptured April 7 by the Leon County charged as the one who drove the getaway after Hutchinson told authorities tVrOBJLI' ftOWT'z SALES
Sheriffs Department. Smith had car. Hutchinson and Ralph O. about her part in Smith's escape.
escaped from UCI March 10 only to Amick of Perry were arrested March Supposedly Mincer provided money .
make a return trip the following weekto 27 after an attempted Florida State for Smith to live on and used her car Lake Geneva 473-2879
the prison maintance yard to Prison escape failed to come off duet in his return-escape., :
recover$600 he had alledgedly hiddenin a leaK to prison officials. Hutchinson :' Smith was returned to UCI from SR 100,1.3 Miles East of Stoplight In Keystone Heights'I

a truck and Amick were apprehendedwhen Tallahassee where he is serving a five 9:30.6:30 Dally 7 Days A Week 'i'lClO; Smith fled the prison while he was they attempted to overpowerthe year burglary sentence from Duval r fYUAtrtredabls"
working on a plumbing work detail. A correctional officers who were County and an additional 7 years for ..\ :3V61Oxl
car, driven by Bobby Keith Hutchinson guarding the prison's electrical an escape attempt from UCI. Smith '
was waiting for him near the system. now faces additional charges .for his >> 12x50 S 'fro' ) nsoo(:
building where he was working on Carla Mincer of Starke was ar- escape. \\e 7' 7 71'
Bay. Window, 2 Bedrooms, ft' .vi
-- soil m KI
-- -- ----- 1 Bath Furnished .
IHI ;J/ln81'1'
._ 'f '4 asno,

Suzuki of Starke Only 1 Left .' ,

q 14x56Bayfront (

Hwy 301 South 964-6020 .'w "0" ..6st,9
iiiirn2 .e1M

Introduces the 2 BR, 1 Bath .IASILR BCD *.,. 0 a, .2ero>;i., LIVINC", _'aG_nil rein, beta ,.t

J11,400Delivered cLoser 1 Ii a i H L

Gas Sipper & Set .
: up tll 'JI" nl1"" If'"

14 x 70. $12 70000, X': 'If. V? ?. f;;T".r

sand Central Air, Oversized Master Suite, Washer/Dryer. Hookup, Furnished 'Garden i 'rub,

Large Closets. 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths. .
f i i. -
What A Great Price ;

h .

of MMTq Boa SaD RI"\ '20 860 RM

A quality street legal, high economy' ; LviM4 RoeM F----- I

commuter. rnl JolOLiQo ,


No other motorcycle or moped at .
34J this price in the United States (maybe :. fJ_ 24 x 56

in the world)! ttn...JEr&1"J1;!'II ,M'.AJ< "'11. Double Wide 3BR 2'Bath

e_M",_ Walk-In Closets Fireplace .
.' I Furnished Sliding Glass Doors
For the fabulous FA50 and its r
u-i '
.,\ : features. l Masonite Siding &: Shingle Roof.

m4Ais.a if-f 5't'1 ., ..ffu :i l $ 2 4,.9 9,5- .


We. Have A Full Line of -; 24x36 ULTL -

Furnished, 2 bdrms., 1 s jF1 ,
Bikes select
: to
Suzuki. bath, appliances, ..washer

dryer. hookups.', ,
: "

sUZUKI: from. Bring in yours now ,
I. $1-1'50'0 '; K .tk' -'
:. ., :: .
'.. .(....J./,. ..
",'I o ': : :? for a SPRING TUNE-UP lit Up 6 tiivpN; .. .. "';. '. )

rp r I .J ...

::1 i or' ,I let us show you what. ,it's :worth., '. FHA, VA .. .. "

1 n Trade-in on a new Suzuki. CenventlcnalDIRECT FACTORY OUTLET We Take Trades New Models Arriving. OaUy_ ,

L,',......>'IJ.,i .. .r- 4 ...-.7..;.:;:-;:., 1 .... __ ,.

*'t! .. .
",4.w.IJSMC' ..- .. ... .. ... .,. ..., .... ..... \

f'I I


'. I

.. .... '. I
,,, '.' .
i L 'i

Recruiters prepare youths.for Basic, Training ,

front! page IB A ,:

1T f'1'M.tJ'
he exp alned to ,his assembled Mr
charges. "Knowing the general' i

orders from the booklets I've given 4 ,
you, knowing the rank' ,structure, ,,,I --
knowing, what to expect from boot
camp !isa; big'advantage. It means

that you will have the time to keep .. t,
yourself squarcd-away be.able to M
write a letter'home, while your peers

are studying their material'. t ,-.-...'"';

The atmosphere was Informal and
congenial, with, subjects bouncing --'
.' --::,,'.
between "
military topics'and the /II'
previous day's _. ; ..I.II
track< meet. The '1) ''
students fired questions that were ... "\ \ ,,"j, SIiJ
fielded by Palmer or his team as the \ -;; ,

students sat"quietly, listening Intent. ,v. ,;,k.. .r} 1 ft ..
ly.; -- {P. : ,
.. ."" ) ..... ". l ,
,.... '
At least 1 a1t'of.those present will :;..
----- "-
leave for camp sometime during the .-' '
summer, .under the military's
delayed entry program.John Meng,a .
Bradford High School student, will be .::.1/ .
the first to go, scheduled to take the
bus ride over that long Parris Island
Causeway on May 6. His classmate,
Robbie May will depart for the '
same ,. :::i J
.depot in mia- ugust. j (
Still, others came only to watch. y eNlf -:-;
Jody Griffis and Richard Clark, two
other BHS students, took part in the
morning's activities, as did Larry
Rhoden; a BHS graduate. The morn-
ing's activity provided them the opportunity -
to sample a bit of Marine
Corps training, without having to sign
any contracts. In time, should they .-
decide a military career is for them,
the recruiters will be available to Ad
direct them into the program that 41 4 h, u'a' 4
.suits them best..

Four women also cast their lot with
the Marines,and were on deck for the.
training. '//' / ,r t., ), J I 1 t
M..C V P Iu 1' f1,+ f'I 1 -

It was near noon when the group
assembled for a brief awards "
1Jir; $+i>. ,
ceremony. Three members were actually ;xhh n'ykr
promoted one grade, to private
first class, for successfully referring
other's into the program. They will IC'J
.w .
sew on their stripe upon successfulcompletion .." ...". 1 ;;
of basic training.The Twenty-two hard-charging high school students (Bradford) Shane Lewis (Neuborry), Robbie May .& > JJ .' .!' -
representing ten schools participated in a physical (Bradford). Shane Lewis (Newberry) and Robert ;.'1 <,," ,"" "'" t '" ... ."......'_<" I
Marine recruiter for this training session held at Gainesville's Westside Park .
area Branson (Chiefiand) (Back. L to It) GySgt. L.E.
(Starke, Lawtey, Brooker, Hampton Saturday. They are (Front L to It) Jodie Griffis and Palmer, SSgt. John Singleton. Robert Allen (P.K.
I and Lake City) is Staff Sergeant John Richard Clark (Bradford High), Lee Leitner Yonge), Barry McGregor (GIIS), Dave Brown Robin Agncro of Bronson hangs on the puUitp bar
Singleton. Interested students will (Williston) Lindy Griggs (Trenton), Robin Aguero (GIIS), Larry Rhoden (Bradford), Jack Nielson
find him available at BUS on (Brnnson), Terri Win (Hawthorne) and Marchessa (Hawthorne), Lawrence Cromwell )New berry) Mike
Thursdays or by calling 373-5415 for Sorenson (SFCC). (Center L to R) Brian Milliard Nadeau (Buchholz), LorenzoLaw (VVilliston, Sgt.
more information. (Buchhol/), Willard Toms Hawthorne), John Meng Rick Harden and Sgt. Hale Farrow.


Allie L. Tyler sons, Mr. Tom Smith, Miami. ,and Mr. 'rIGrY
Mrs. Allie L. Tyler died in the Harold and Lewis Smith Starke; 18
t-.81 ,,. ... _._
nttrf'"x11 1 tackaAdkilaturday carldSP l r d. }i. _
afternoon following. angering granc 1aren. l saves( a services; will SHOPS ?
illness. Be Friday;; April 30 ant a.m. Viewing
a family visitation will be Thursday
from 7 .
A native of Brooker, she had lived to9p.m.Active
'n Jacksonville over 20 years. Her pallbearers are grandsons,
were the late Willie Malphurs Allen, Hogarr, Dogan, Richard, Brad,
Jane Fowler, and her husbandthe Dick, Tommy, Carry Smith, Tom Shop TG&YToday
; late Cooney Tyler. She was a Rowe, and Joe Gardner. DeWitt ti...
ember of the Church of Christ faith. Jones Funeral Home was in charge of
arrangements. TBennett J
'Survivors include a foster- v -
aughter JoAnn Duncan of Hamp-
on; a sister, Mrs. Annie Crews of Louis Wilkison, IV save on pS4
acksonville, and many other distant Bennett Louis Wilkison, IV, two d
elatives.r'- months old,.of Lawtey, died Sunday, fashionfabrics
Graveside Juperal services were!" April 18, following a brief illness.
.., *. .
.u4 T
eld at 3 b.m.WBwday,Apri1ZJyinthn ;i Survivors Include imother andfather'
Brooker \
Cemewy near <
k Mr. and Mrs.: ennett.Louisi1klson
v. LeAn T. Odom, Jr. officiating. i
*. Prices
III,of his maternal
anal was in tKS?family plot,with the virrangertients r
grandparents, Mr.
J Handled by DeWitt C.a and Mrs) Jimmy I
ones Funeral Home of Starke. McCarley of Knoxville, Tenn.; Pater- Good through
'nargrandparents: Mr;and: Mrs. Ben- t
nett Louis Wilkison, Jr. of LawteyhwTnaftCTTmr'greatgrBndparents ; May 1 1982;

.tof W:.Smitn" -- Mr. I.
I flue and !Mrs. Wallace Sessions, of A ,
XlrSrEoltne'ed W; Smith, 76,Sanford, DecaUur. Ga,,. his paternal reatgrdndmotl '' r
April 28. it.i j.MrsSmlth j. ;er, Mrs. Genivie Wilkison, 4 f ,1 ; c { oe l fNn'R

was sorn in Dooley Co., of pawtejr, Mr 'and '>Mrs. StewartLo

., and moved to Sampson City,,Fla-, I I hart*WF of' Jacksonville.. ...
j,933, | when ""she-married Mr. W. Craveside funeral services were "- ,\ ,'< l'"y'a
gan Smith. In later years they co dcuted at 11 a.m. Tuesday in ,t. ...\.. -f';.
ojffiit0 S&M&fiJtet.last years were La tey Cemetery, with Elder H.C
den in Sanford,P'18. Mrs. Smith was ..Kcddiig-.officiating. Archie Tanner
k reUred Registered Nurse having"een fl KtieraT3Home of Starke was in
> employed at Bradford County y urge j''atrrangements.
{capital,.She was amember, of First .
United Methodist Church. :
? .
Survivors Include three daughters, FLORIDA
Mrs. Jo' Ann Rowe, Mrs. Doshia .
Brown, both of Sanford, and Mrs. THEATRE I Y 4 r?

Mural Ryder Brandenton; three ,
Starke 964.5451 00
2 yds. for $3Doubleknif

Card of Thanks Frl. Sat. Sun.
We would like to'thank each and.,
veryone who shared in the loss of our CHEVY CHASE Fabric
oved one. Words cannot express the
ippreciation we have for everyone -. Reg.'s1.915060'wide2.OO''
who brought food, blessings and floral OOQQOc .
rrangements. Everything was justbeautiful. "'I W
A special thanks to the "
minister Rev. James Tompkins and t ) t
OWd 1.00
Yd. *
Rev. Lewis Leigh. for the beautiful Reg. 2.29Teeshot Yd.
rvices and The Archer Funeral ..
for the care. ] .,.._,............_
Home staff. Everett Snyder Family ,:- Plains
The _.u r Poplin T-Shirt Knits

301 DRIVE-IN : 44/45" Wide. Machine Wash Warm "

Country .Bluegrass Fri thru Mon. i "65% Kodel Polyester, 35% Cotton 60 Wide

Music L

Gospel Coming' of Ago ,. -_. -- -- '. ... .
Union Co. Jamboree "

.Shows night of: 1st each Saturday month Richard: Pryor ',. :XJ, 5 I ,_7 V ds. for $ 1. 8 Spools for $1 .00

Live in Concert "

r Union Auditorium Co. High' School Part I IR :;; '..:' Lace Trimmings G.T. Thread

i *'Next Show May '1 i .dii : ,", .. i ." *,. i\ _

v ,... -1: e I. r

I! Starke Family Planning linic : "" "" '4' : Mon.-Wed.. 9-8 Sunday

I 1 Tubal Ligatipn (Tubes tied) I A :W G&YStarke, Fl. Thur.-Sat.9-9 12-6

: & Vasectomies I ... .... ,.l ._'. ... ........ ., ..
'e Yr..asarr.. .M1N WwN dnNne. '" _MwxMOna'n"" 1 1MWwtNM"' "'h.nd..1tIo dueIoUOlf _toGY ri".... ...wnaNN we.w.M, ..__
e"v..h-----It----. ,.........".._ .
NoHospltal stayinecessary: NoAbortions,, performed' TOy o"ev. *"O.Ork.9.omO.I1WNY' 'M m.r.I1". -j""".,-1.Trr|_..may vary, r..."'...,nl..N tII.tar p.N..dd-.r-.....-rM.ItI..oITO.-.-.W.Mt.MPOY, ",-11_"...iHnniii nnmilgnij p>.dlana.pN xl.i.....

..."""' .964-6500 JJ y i'!tt-1!!' .!!ti .,i...1e' .b11M '< w I

\ : :: t

.,- .,' "'..-.' ."...,;:.;r----- <14. "" '4.. <1' .. .....- 4. r .--........ .w
- w .. _
.. Y . 1'4' ,
i r.. \ I'
;I S


sage ell a 1)rIl29,19112!)

ShrineParade, Dinner set May 22 Residential "'' 'iI..'..,*...., ,.,.. ,.. ,HOME ..,' ,,; ". ." ,- .CommercialPhone "

<)Saturday: May'22, Starke takes )tirely u2.US-JOl and end at the Starke sorlng eight local crippled and/or : :
on a carnival atmosphere with Elementary Cafeteria Parade Chair burned"children at various Shrine Muiiitenance and Engineering Inc. ,
downs funny cars, motorcycle dare- man this year Is Noble Richard Cunningham hospitals and clinics. All profits from '
trvils and the famous Starke Surreys, the dinner go directly to Morocco r ','
a group of local Shriners who driver A fried chicken dinner will be servo Temple and Is distributed where Archie William* President 473-4385 '
t'plicas oll901,Oldsmoblles. ed from 12 noon to 4 PM at the Starke needed. By sponsoring these eight r J
{,. S. Mullins. President of Starke Elementary Cafeteria. The dinner local children, they pay transportation -
ihrine Club, announces that May 22 will consist of fried chicken, mashed charges to the parents taking
has been designated annual fundraising potatoes and gravy, vegetable, salad, these children to various hospitals.
i + day. A parade will form at 10 rolls, dessert and tea. Donation will They also pay for lodging and meals
AM at Bradford Square and begin be $3.00 per person. Take-out trays for parents while children are receiving .
promptly at 10:30 AM. Morocco Temple will be available. Chicken dinner medical attention.The ::;
of Jacksonville, under which the chairman Bill Cruce advises that you budget for Shrine-operated .. rr air FAN-tastic Fan Sale"artng
:6tarke: Shrine Club is chartered, has can buy your dinner tickets from any hospitals this year is $84 million e at
made the Starke parade mandatory Starke Shriner in advance or at the dollars. Members of the Starke Shrine On Energy Saving Reversible Fans
(or all Temple units. This means that door. Club gladly donate their time and $ _
(here will be at least 40 marching Last year, the Starke club raised energy to raising money for this noble Many Name Brands to Choose front 3900'New ,
hriner units plus many local floats, $8,200 from the sale of their chicken cause. la
pretty girls, horses etc. Commis- dinners. They turned in a total of Any local unit wishing to par. rb 2tat11o3 >e j
ner of Agriculture Doyle Conner $16,000 to Morocco Temple in 1981. ticipate in this parade may call Installations
ind his horse, Trigger will ride in the This year their goal is $10,000 on the 964-5569 from 9 AM to 5:30: PM, or _
l fiarade The parade mute will be en- chicken dinner. They are now spon- 473-4803 after 6 PM. Available

Ocean Starting At

I Too Many Trees Create Hazard Breeze" Antique $15.00 if

Brass Motor With
For years the Florida Division ofF "Division of Forestry investigatorshave Know before any emergency arises ReversibleWood 30-Day I
>restry has been telling folks that described subdivisions in which whom you should contact for help in Blades OCEAN FANS Service
try can increase the value of their heavy accumulations of native case of fire (have the telephone t QUIET 48" '89.00 I
property by not clearing all the grasses and brush species grow rightup number immediately available) and very, very Warranted _
ties! from a lot when they away build their to the side of the house, sometimeseven know what you can do to help protect Variable Speed w/Cane Blades 109 I by our Company
'1'lmes rubbing the sides of the house," your home until help arrives. II Warranty 52" '99.00 .
Bethea said. "These same 5-year Only
That's still true, but the state agen- neighborhoods, and others like them, Gainesville Orchid SocietyTo '
'i also is urging people to not over-do have trees reaching out over the \DJ..lBroIi'mTOI.mmmWIND, >
the "back to nature' look, especially roofs, and many times chimneys rise Present Orchid Show & FIRE of FLORIDA --.
when their home is located in a right into the branches. The Gainesville Orchid Society is T r VI.s.4
SpMIMdnt M fiwm-toliit Finl*Rl.pea
forested' area. presenting it's 14th Annual Orchid
I'm if the homeowner stopped
sure and
Show on Saturday Sunday May
'Shade trees can add thousands of long enough lo consider the conse- 1st and 2nd at the Oakes Mall. 473.7194g
dollars in value to a home, says quences he would realize that that This years show promises to be one 9-4 Open this Sunday ,,.? ,10 3.00: cs51.389.8308
State Forester John Bethea. "But natural look isn't worth the danger to of the best orchid exhibits that north B no answer 6'
hen you live in a rural area and his home and to his family." Florida has yet seen. ,, ;!
:i.derbrush grows right up to your For further information contact .1f ( .
have situation The Division of Forestry recommends ,, "
nrmse.you a dangerous Bruce Ruiz at 378-9700. .... .
"ram a fire viewpoint." that the forest perimeter be at
least 30 feet from a house. This means -
Many sub-divisions have been built underbrush should be cleared back
Florida simply by cutting roads from the house, and if possible -
through a forested area, then clear .- separate the structure and the woods Ad Good thru May 2, 1982
r"1 only enough trees off the lots to fit with grass, or evergreen plants that
nouse. When a forest fire starts ad- do not easily burn.
jaient: to such a neighborhood it is
/cry difficult sometimes impossibleto Be sure to have fire screens on all
protect the houses. Also, if a fire chimneys, and prevent trash and .
tarts in one of the houses it could leaves from blowing under your house Patio To Picnic
lead to many others being damaged and into your attic by screening all
''or destroyed for the same reason. openings. ...

With Even More Great Savings Storewide_ :

!p ,

Show her care with a 7..97 3.00 err1t-

M lasting plant, now in bud & bloom Lawn Chair' This portable' patio/picnic + :
pleaser Is supportive and comfortable.Sturdy ,
GLOXINIAS zinc-plated steel 1 frame with pliable' vinyl
.199. tubing Select from solid lime, solid yellow d r
t Beautiful Co*>rs ... ,In 5" pots-------- ". or two-tone brown with almond. #tDII4. --, :
Reg.10.97' .. "
., .
DAHLIAS ..'. :d s "' ;.
large Bloom 34,9
Perennial Plant outside later 6" pots r

Annual I. Plant 1
Tuberous, non-stop ... In 4" pots .

save :

1.99 50
Klngiford Charcoal Bri Foam Cups Keeps liquid -
quets Don't run out at refreshments cool
your next picnic) 10 lb. longer. 16 oz. 20 ct, ':
Ti tS WEEk bag. Reg.247. Limit! 2. Reg..s Limit 2 pkgs.


Magic ,.
Rose Bushes
HAND save ..

I Assorted Colors TOOLS 8 97 4.00 7derHar: ves .'

Tough plastic handles Chaise Lounge Lean! back and J
479 that are watch the grass growl Sturdy zinc-
Reg 5.99 Now I on the hands,easy rugged lime with solid pliable yellower vinyl!two-tubPrxSolid -

epoxy coating tone'>rown with almond. #LOIII O.
I Indoor resists rust Reg. I 12.97
HousePlants : Choose 'Cultiva/ I

tor, trowel, weed- ,

10 % off er or. transplanter.Reg. / j

1.69 971turf save save ,:

Only .33 ea. 42% 1.23 34% i

Tucker Plastic Tumblers 9* Foam Plates Divided to :S;
Jumbo size' Holds 30 oz or keep the potato salad out of .J:
liquid. Dishwasher safe. thejellolSOctReg.l87pkg.'

0iI -

'.,. Off ,

4ti-ata I 1 Quality name .

puty wr Limited Time I Delsey mills .yours 5

'."SH'JJS0"*"" Only

Sml-Drawf ( I .. for less! i

St. Augustine Plugs t' I i

Tray Plants 32 sq ft HAHN RIDER I .77 save 21%

10 Trays 399 8 H.P. 30" Cut Recoil Start 1.57 !

or more oehM t .Synchro Balanced engine tar vibrationS .taluy. lath_ Cling Free F.brk3oh
7.9 Trays 29 pood > all g.or trans oxlo tubed for life 2.47 Tiuue"2 2-py' pkgs. tener Toss In the dryer. 1.57 .;;
J Automotive typo it..rlng ta. ea. roll pack. Limit 36 ct Limit 2 boxes. }d. IKG
4.6 Trays 4199 Floating front axle follow ground contour. Kellogg Household Super Seal Containers Cold cut saver, Dancheck Woven Gingham Checks"Check"
Brushes Bowl, scrub, 20 cup bowl, small bread saver, or i;
1-3 Trays 4 .Jj scraper,nail brush,or whisk fruit and vegetable saver Seals In. out these great savings on
broom. freshness this quality fabric from Dan River Mills. Q
i Mod.134131124f.9i94995 ..
//t'S Fbrtrel thafs all you need to
know 65% Celanese Fbrtrel', poly-.
1S1rr/35'ILCDttCn.perma press.+44/45
wide on fun bolts.' Reg. '.98yd. ..
25% Diazinon Insect Spray torn:C0.nfR i MMmm a Nw a.w*,.me..UMtay o

Controls many Insect pests In the garden as wellas ,
chinch bugs sod webworms ants ticks and
others In the lawn.
tot. 16 01. 32 oz. '
Ii Reg 3.992.9 Reg. *.o489 Reg. 12.4989.AWN g n ublI I "N Unbleached Muslin From Rockland: 'j

1.27 6 Industries.Versatile fabric of natural. j
1.49 PC* 1.00 100(, cotton. rid It's permanent I
2.37New prlSS'44/4SMwide, full. bolts.
SonScrubOeamerMUd Neide C.ndylLtrsMllk
& GARDEN Aim Toothpaste Price reflects Freedom Mild Pads abrasive wont scratch Chocolate' Crunch,
1 -_ FLORIDA' 30

:'r ,CENTER PEST 301 South T Mon.-Wed. 9-8 : -

.1: 539 E. CALL STREET CONTffOIPref Starke Thur 9-9 Sunday 12-6
& &_ Fl. -.. .Ct, -<

I Open 9 a.m.to 6 p.m 964-5745 Ta.ripNeyNN. .Ni.p.A ....._ _
r.MnNNNNaMndrNNA. grN.KONMeur-.... NadwnNMTNMNMIr......... Mna4 WNM _T JtYWNMer14.Mln. CNrkWna01NM.NaWrM
sICMnNrYb. /w.rrA __ .... ... 1
Toa.-. NYr.rarN... MnN.ranr. .NN.NrYeu....". Warr WNW. ... ..... Wnllr.N.nd000N N MIMyNNyNTa.YNN.MNY( < M .r
iien f f Ht CMtrd Servkcf; I -yeNeyrb.pd.-.WS.-.eerep.IINr ...__...... ew PTNr VNb7MNWb Mr PN N Nrr Y MM.dr.rU.N.WW.xt......""' to ratand row NNar SZZsZZZZZZZZZZJZZ pWr

*..._" ,'......w It'11'... .. '4" "' .... po. ..." "' .", ....'"-.. ....,'1'...... "r" '". .""'-....

r.w.1 .. "".1 '
t l
jor. f I

p April 29,1982 P.g..8

& .
f ', ttt .._" ..
n J.E. Barber Graduate of lighway Patrol

J.E. Barber of Starke was one of 49 dent'Thomas Carl Przybylowlcz,Pen- ,
graduates of the Florida Highway sacola, will respond on behalf of the '
Patrol's 64th recruit class, to be held class. y.
at the Christian Heritage Church in The ceremonies will climax an I
Tallahassee at 2 p.m., Friday April eleven-week period of training at the .:
30, 1982. Patrol Director Eldrige Florida Highway Patrol Academy in
,' a '5q4 q VI Beach announced today. Tallahassee where the recruits have ; "j
+ Honorable Doyle Conner, Commis- spent 514.5 hours of Intensive training .
I 1' + sioner of Agriculture will deliver the in the classrooms preparing for their I
'J' commencement address Class Presl- duties. :;

( IIM ___ ____ ___ __ _
: ; Sale! --

r iY on Camouflage =l

Sport T-Shirts ::
Reg. 8.95 .
Rig. 18.93
$ 69 5 :
SaleSuper 1195 1
=1 I


$ r? 9 5
a iM'y ,v" :
Ak> >N HatS. . .Reg 9.95 O -

O.D. GreenTShil1S :
$495 :-

i .Reg.6.95

Khaki or Camouflage ;;'
w { $ 5
ShortsReg'13.94 99 .

Camouflage Camouflage .::

d Life Jackets Utility Caps
44lii J ::
G $ 1095 .

Betty Dills Willie Brown Reg 29.95 I_SI Reg 6.95$495 :!

.Starke Shoe Repair- Business- is Good For the Sole Survival U.S. NAVY Fighter GI THE Knife STING

tarke Shoe Repair has recentlye and better machinery. Brown says he Six months ado. Brown's daughter since 1947 beginning in Michigan and Knife Knife Holster ;;
ocated at 120 E. Call St. This is ave is offering the best possible shoe Betty Dilts joined the business. has been in Starke for the past two
H > up the street for the owner and repair at reasonable prices. Women are not often found in this years.. He originally learned the
ic has made every effort to provide a Many people may not know the type of business, but Betty has been trade while with the U. S Navy. Reg $1 495 19.95 1695 $595 --
1< an attractive shop. repair shop is able to repair more repairing shoes since she was eight Hours for the Starke Shoe Repairare Reg Reg 9.95
Willie C. Brown is renting the than shoes or boots. They repair zippers years old.,If you watch her you soon Bam. to 6 p.m. Monday thru Fri-
Iding with an option to buy and has of all kinds,repair.leather,cloth, learn she knows what she's doing., day and Sam. until noon on Satur +
o npleted the business vvith newer and many other items. Brown has been in the business day. ALICE PACK G.I. CANTEENS

rr With Frame With case & water purtifier pills :-

LAA4it. Girl Scouts Offer l"ullllallge of CUtUpS $9 995 *695

Gateway Girl Scout Council offers day. Activities include swimming, Reg. 129.95 Reg. 9.95
many different kinds of camping for Brownie crafts and cookouts. The fee
girls from 1st grade up. Camp for scouts is $15. 1520 S. Walnut St., Starke
Chowenwaw near Green Cove Springshas Neyati Mini Aqua is July 21 at 5 TI'-
+ +' sessions from June 27 thru August p.m. thru July 24 at 2 p.m. The fee is u.s. 301 South
6 with camp fees for a one week ses- $25 for grades 7 thru 10th. This session THE 904964.7855UTFITTERS/
sion $60 and two week sessions $110. offers canoe instruction and a
Special sessions called Beachcomber trip, crafts, interest projects and
Rockhound, Snorkeling and World's swimming.
r ., Fair Bound range from a fee of$130 to Camp Director for the Neyati sessions
s, ; is Carolyn Eaves, 964-5812.
.' "t'k $150.Registered scouts will receive
't?+l preference until May J. then.first; S
come, first served with sessions clos.ng"when -
..* a session is full. Non- oout6-' ,,, S. ,a a
">are eligible} ; to attend'any session of
t resident camp, they add $10 to the
listed fee.'Gateway.
I ,I"
,11 t r ;, offers several Mini
Camps throughout the council a ANDTHEBIG
W t brochure was mailed to all registered

f Alligator Creek RanchHwy. scouts its location.which details each camp and MM HORSEINVITE

Mini Camps include Florida Folk
301 S. -. Starke 964-6973 --:-..'.. ".Culture at White Springs; Sawamish
j For All Your Lawn & Garden Needs at Weklva Springs; Aquatics'82 and YOU TO A
Ahoy Mates at Camp Kateri at
I Orange Springs; Saddle Up; Island
2-4-D Lintox Royal Feast Adventure at Ft.George; Stitching by TENT SALE.
the Seashore Neptune Beach; Hors-
Mole Cricket Bait Food ing Around and Equestrian Adven-
Dog ture at Alachua and Me and My Momat
We Have Sweet Potato Camp Chowenwaw.Of .
Plants In Stock $ 7 Q 0 interest to Bradford scouts are WALDO
sessions planned for Camp Neyati on
50 IDs"calf Kingsley Lake. Junior Neyati Aqua is
aby Chicks & scheduled for July 8-10 from 8:30 to Farmer
3:30 with activities including
Calf Supplies Mania Pelletswitfetojrse badgework, crafts, swimming and
Feed ... canoeing. The fee is$15., And FleaMARKET
C rnation :. ,. Brownie Neyati Aqua is scheduledfor
July 15-17 from 8:30 to 3730 each. '
Electronic ," .
Pine Holiness Church
Insect'Killers '\. We'IOon't> HaveAureonyein Has Pastor Appreciation Day

II Ask Fred or Pine Valley CongregationalHoliness

I : Bill to Order It Church will be having
Tvr E=15' Pastor Appreciation Day Sunday
May 2, honoring Bro. David and.
Retha Hodges and family. fIiII-
I at 'Senior.Citizen*Discount All friends and family are invited to
attend. Services will begin at 10 a.m.
and a church dinner on the groundswill
!. follow. Everyone is welcome to
come and show their appreciation for
the pastor. The church is located on & Come See Us THIS WEEKEND
US-301 left of Bradford Furniture. .,, -
-- --- ----------
--------------- 'y
-- -------------------------
N M------ t

:::::: : I f Come on In to Big our Topl big We sale have under a the full

1.- Jr. Food Store -----1 from 5 HP line riding of 23 models mowersto

a 19.9 HP estate tractors.
And we have very
"Whereyou get low prices & friendly service, special Tent Sale priceson
in a clean, well stocked.store.".' all of them. Hurry to ;
,,.... our big Tent Sale.While w
the savings last) 5

Cigarettes Kleenex Joy Detergent Party Pizza

All Brands Little Travelers i

$669 C TM 3fo r 99c ..JJgc 130JfgcBorden's' BLAKEWOOD

Hunts Bes Pak Old Milwaukee EQUIPMENT SALES

MILK' Ketchup Trash Bags BEER i ATWALDO

$189 99 ,9.9
.11. 2Hz 3UII. 'Case' WALDO

25': We Buy Bottles : HWY 301 N. OF WALDO
PEPSI Products Ie e Cold each.!l


M ay Sp a C-.a's N284 Hwy 100 1299 Hwy 100' N20S Cote! St. CtJ '..

j jJ



J t .;
Jr .t

_. .. .. ..... .. .. .__w' _" "" .e' ., ...
... .. .. .'_"" '.,. -''' - ... .. - ......-- -- "
.. .. -. rev.wee -
...... ..." m'.AUtr. +' nen+ -rs _. .nw'vu' -r" ; t/
I :
t { ) I

I V,
Page 1011 April 2t 1983
; ,

I \ Bradford Bassmasters. To Hold i

2nd Annual Bass 'Tournament "
I ft. 1 'r
r 1 The Bradford Bassmasters Club will be hok'Ing its second annual bass i:

v" 4 boat tournament Saturday night, June 5, at the Kenwood Landing at Rod-
4r man Dam with guaranteed prize money and trophies to the top 5 placers. ..

The tourney will run from 7 pm. Saturday June 5, to 7 a.m. Sunday momIi:
ing, June 6. Entry fee is $50 per boat with checks payable to: Bradford(.'.oun4

ty Bassmasters, care of Don Thompson, 1633 Bay Circle West, Orange

FL 32073. .'

Prizes are as follows:
iti- $500 plus trophy. park'l
2nd- $300 plus trophy. \

rI 3rd- $200 plus trophy.
4th- $100 plus trophy.

5th- $50 plus trophy. '"

j Also, there will be a seperate Big Fish pot with a 100 percent payback of
money collected. .1:
i1 14 fish will be counted per boat,''with a 12 inch minimum, measured on a
r a; flat board. A one pound penalty will be deducted from total weight for every 3
rn, Y I 1 fish brought to the scales less than 12 inches in length.A bonus of 2 oz. will be .

'- !rT added to the total weight for each live fish.
.+. lx Entry forms are available through Bassmaster club members. :

'101 Pounds of Fun That's Little Bun. Choral members are (1-r) Lois Moore Mary Watterson. Wendell Tomlln-
My Honey .. son, Judy Brown Annette Pusaterl Don Hardy Esther Hardy, Debbie Wood-

I Jim Prronto plays Honey Bun" and will be decked out In a grass skirt fin. Sylvia Reddish. Lisa Kelly. Sharon Fussell David Shoemaker, Vivian
and Carol Milntr Is a sailor In a scene from South Pacific In the "Review of Bell Lee Davis, Robin Stern Mary Ann Kyle, Diana Crawford Sylvia Kroll ,
Kroudwav" production to be staged by the Community Chorus. director Rill McRae, and Rhonda Crawford.: .

.,;, :.1.I ..'. "

I Review of Broadway set in Starke for Friday and Saturday .:: .:/ -


You can ogle a 300-pound "Honey at the Starke Woman's Club. Pacific" and "Hello Dolly." These The dinner theatre of previous productions /' :,;: CARPET CLEANING
Bun" from a scene in South Pacific Jim Peronto will be"Honey Bun1rfor numnbers will include staging and will be changed to a concert t
this Friday and Saturday, April 30 Carol Milner. format for the "Review" in an effort ;
and May 1, as the Starke Community The production will include many of some dialogue, just as they were performed to allow larger audiences for the two
Chorus, under direction of Bill the show-stopping tunes from such in the play. The cast will be performances. '' e f

McRae, presents its first program in popular local A productions as "Fiddleron costumed, Just as they were in the Tickets are on sale at Bradford ;:' F '
two years. A "ftoviow nf Rrnarlwav the Roof. "Oklehnma" South olays. ,High and Bradford Middle School \
As in previous concerts, proceeds ;.,
main offices from
from the "Review" will toward a or cast members.
General admission be
will $4. For
new concert grand piano for the Brad-
DAHLBERG'S NEW MIRACLE EAR II ford High School auditorium. reservations, phone 964-8073. -



".9. '638 NOW *369



EP675E-6 .... $2.00 E41E-6 ... $2.00 Wm. H. Gardner Maintenance and Engineering Inc.

E312E-6..2.00 E13E6. .. 2.00 e"o '". H..dy
Impaired sine 1M2 i.
I401E-2 . 2.00 OPEN A Full Service Co.
MOB.HI.. SM4:30

Gainesville Hearing Aid Center "

1003 N.W. 23rd! Avenue Gainesville, Florida 376-O093 Archie Williams President Phone 473-4385 \

I. 'U A, .. "i Union County AdsHELP .1 'D- .1 h I Our professional cleaners have

the experience to tackle diffi-


ESTATE 3 BEDROOM 3 BATH SERVICES SERVICES 9 BEDROOM APT.t For rentIn carpets and make them look
POLICEMAN:Part time for BEDDING PLANTS: Annuals Lake Butler
Town of Raiford. Needs LOOKING FOR .a special CB/BRICK HOME: With extra and perennials, 10 and 25 CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES TFAMILY YARD SALE: Saturday month deposit $115 required per like 'new again.

police standards. Applications piece of property II.I Idon't large swimming, severalout pool.lond.coped cent each. Trees and Free estimates local May 12. SW 12th St., Phone 196.2179. 1 Itpd /29..
will b taken until yard shrubs $1.50 and Contrary
up. distributes for completelywashable Shows Addition. Children
have' It. I'll find it-Just .
April 27. Send resume or ask...-JANE S. USHER, buildings with 2 Sacres Mary's Garden SR nationallyadvertised 'and baby clothes, men and STEEL BUILDINGSAll
located on SR 18 20 % OffOn
LaCrosse. Phone
application to PO Box 325 REALTOR 496-2126 or 121 In Gardsette womens clothes, B/W TV,
Raiford FL 32083 4/IS near Worthington Springs .462-1561 Closed Sunday
S&W Enterprises
Draperies. assorted
496-290., eves., "Your flnanc., Call many new. Buy'dlrect.48x72x14 .
4/22 owner and 4/22
Monday 21chg
Union Realtor tfn Ed or Loma books. Itpd 4/29.
County 496-362S offer 7 TFN $1.99 ft.
: Stephen 4962219. GARAGE SALE Sot.,
3/26. ... May 1. All
Capable, experienced in FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATENEEn3Coll : $150. Sofa 5/1/80TFN. 9 a.m. until, 121 S to Other sizes available Carpets
) office and chair $175. color TV
general pro- Venera Brown MULTI FAMILY YARD SALE: Dukes, turn left, approximately Call ton free 00342301
ceedures, light bookkeeping 496-3022, Sandy Haxen 'MERCIAL BIDG. 'and property .$200., dinette 65.never Saturday; May T,c 9 ( 2 mile Watch for
and collections, Good on SR 100.: Commercial ,used sofa, chain otto,.with > Cleaned During
496-3994 eve or Gerrl L."- site 'on SR-121. '0.m.J t/Wil. Patrish Food ?}))8".s,.tot*. Qf.,, goodies.Itchg ,
working hours, benefitsand matching 'coffeeandend Store Lot.!cloth.s.
4963140. Tiffin andOwens. POTRIng 4/29. =FE'R:
Beautiful lake front homeon A
conditions. tables $425.never used *' F. .
Age no furnltbte, appliances,
Rt. 2
Inc. Realtors
Must barrier be for versatile right person.and Box 788, Lake! Butler, FL. Farmers large and lots.Dealers Contact Bank, queen double bed bed$175.$150 never, never used '429.YARD ilih.s. ,"much''mar.' .. Itchg INSURANCEMAINES April with this Ad

dependable. Call 496.2345: 1 OR 2 ACRE lOTS For sale 496.2101"TFN 3/18. used double water bed- SALE SR 100 Sat.,
for with or without mobile looks like regular bed- INSURANCE AGEN A
appointment Itchg a May 1, 830.5: and Sun.,
4/22 home. Water, septic tank, Classified Ads cost over $400-now $200 CY, 160 S. Lake Ave., lake
May 2; 8303. Phone
owner will finance., Phone Get Results double bed $60, twin bed 496.3491 for directions. Butler 4963978. CompleteInsurance Teal I- Tile I & Carpet
4962308. TFN 4/29. $45. bunk beds$100, never Service. TFNVENERAtROWN Gift
used queen bedroom suite totreasure. 964-7423 131 N, Cherry St., Starke
joined 1 R.E.A.C.H. because It seemed to offer me a chance to make a significant difference cost over SflOO-now $425, *. TIFFIN i OWENS ")FC I

to chronically ill children by helping them where they really live, away from the queen bedroom suite good "3022" WMtp .

hospital/medical center environment; and advance myself professionally. I am excited condition $275. washer -.-... .* .
about the chance to prove' nurses can make a difference and be one of those nur...." $150 dryer $75. AC $100 Gerrl Suite Six I' ;
.Ruth Quick, R.N., R.E.A.C.H. Health Car. Coordinator. freezer $125, hlde-a-bed -" lemon :* 1831 NW 19th$1.1: Quality desk sets Starke Ads
$100 Serta king bed $225, 493)3tt i Gainesville.. a gift of lasting !,

If you or. a registered nurse interested in working with children and their families, the electric stove used three I 904-377-77JO beauty and pleasure

R.E.A.C.H. Project (Rural Efforts to Assist Children at Home) will pr.por. you to provide electric month stove$200' $125 apt, sofa size .. Ii I :j NKG i ii 'iQM1 M
health coordination for chronically III children. R.E.AC.H. Project i
comprehensive car.
and love' seat $250, I IF FOR SALE
nurses are employed by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services' Children's rocker/recliner$75. Phone *SMALL COUNTRY ESTATE. BR, 2 bath, brick home on ..
I Medical Services Program. The educational component of the R.E.A.C.H. Project is provided 755-2397 Providence. 5.66.cres, pecan and fruit trees, barn storage or.o. split'' r III Foreitn Cars .4
by the Colleges of Nursing and Medicine at the University of Florida. College credit will 1979 HONDA $750. excellent roll fence. Call 496-3140 for more details. ''* LOVELY CEDAR HOME. 3 BR,
be awarded for course work for nurses at the following levels of education: RN/BSN, condition. Interested I TO 7 ACRE LOTS on SR 18 and off C791.Owner finance 2 BA with large rooms.

Postbaccalaureate, and Master's. Applicants must have a Florida license and experienceIn parties only call ing. v Frplc.; 12x2O" !>eeried
496-2670 after S and .3." ACRES off 239, heavily wooded. Nothing down I porch. Privacy.dt4en.Many .
Pediatrics, Orthopedics or Public Health. Application information Is available from 11'1.R.E.A.C.H. on extras.,
Project| at 2512 S.W. :34th Street, Gainesville, Florida 32608. Phone ((904)) weekends. tchg 4/29. good owner financing. StW Muffler Shops One yr.rold.
*5 ACRES, wooded $2,200 I Assum. m rtg. '1)>/fc%
U FT. X 8 FT. CATTLE BODY p.r acre owner financing.
392 5904. Positions are available in following counties; Alachua Bradford, Dixie, Col. I after 5 PM. ..
Fits 2 ton truck with slidingrear MEAT PROCESSING PLANT completely with .73705..11121tfn
umbia Hamilton, Suwannee, Lafayette, Gilchrlst. Levy, Citrus, Marion, Sumter, Lake, gate. Phone 4962817.Itpd BR, 2 bath furnished mobile home. equipped 3 -" r .
Hernando, Putnam and Union. 4/27. SPACIOUS OLDER HOME. 3
2'chg 4/22.4/29 UC'I BR. 1 BA'home with 11 ft.

9 LOST-DOG ceilings; t1.iofJ )) floors; 3

1-- .... .. ... Keystone Heights Ads : M '" r Richly grained 4" x 7" with BrlttonV tan'bobbed Retriever. tall whit.It, and extras fireplace cross,,$73. ..3 fenced.500.-By acres,.owner fenced Many I

walnut !
in a simply elegant found call 'U.7..6.Reword .
u. 7B230s.J5 tfn
design with nameplate

I SERVICES TRUCKS FOR SALE ,,",",,-- ----=- Bedford, three,,bedroom,
FURNISHED MOBILE HOMES LAKE LOT on sand bottomed LASER 14' SAILBOATExcel.. two baths and more
J $130 and 473-2879. lake in Hillcrest. $800 Tlti 61500. Phone 473-3186.
CARPENTER WORKsRemodeling 197 MERCURY COUGAR 2 up. 3 BR.1 BATH.1,400: Sq Ft. on Condition. $1,000 or trade
Lake Geneva Mobile Home down, SUo.44 month. For Lease. Flat Bed
work, kitchen DR sedan In unusually Woodlawn Drive CHI A, per for sailboard.Vince4734056 OPtRICMsNOP MOBKE I HOME 1
cabinets, and trim good condition. Odometer Pork. 4/1 tfnchg 38000. Call Keystone Phone 473-4058 or after 5. I In0e Trailers. Contact AI! ,
OFFICE SPACIfocing 473-4367 after 6 p.m.41Nnchg SERVICE POLES
I. carpenter. Reasonable thaws 60000 miles. Body Heights Realty Inc. Realtor p.m. tchg 4/22-29 a.MM Shodd.
Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto
prices. Call 473-2477. 7:30: perfect, goad tires. Andrew Call MLS .73.961.8 tfnchg LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- -1.61 AIRSTREAM TRAVEL 964-7689 TOG IMP
a.m. 5:30 p.m 4/1 tfnchg.I Reasonable priced. Phone 473-3411.: 4/1 Drugs. CUTE 2BR Concrete blockhouse Keystone Heights, own.rfinanced' TRAILER, 28' very clean, fl. M 60.00
I CARPENTRY AND MASONRY 473.3849 Ask for Bill. Itpd tfnchg.. 'lake access, AC/H. Interest fully 'contained, roof air. ,
OFFICE SPACE 12 percent 200
single or AMP
r WORK Building patios 4/29 double available.Carpet.d carpet, drapes, appllcances. lots on clear, sand See to appreciate. 5600.
additions, remodeling 1168 CHEVROLET C-10 room., Felxible financ bottomed lake .priced to Phone 73-3504.tchg/29 WANTEDMobile '250.00 I I I
paved parking
homes and tile work. Free Pickup Truck, AM/FM Keystone Office Center ing. 29500. 473-2735. sell from 9900. One to 1974 HARLEY DAVIDSON. Call Anytime
Home Axles
estimates. Phone 473-4473 Track stereo. Body In SBR.2 BATH mobile home on five lake X-90 motor bike. Can ride
during day 4tpd 3/18-4/8 good shape. Six: cylinder 475-2160 tin chg. after 4pm.. 4/18 2 acres $27,000 With (access acres available overlooking) with on trail or street. N..d.tuneup. 1 Mimtlt? flidfsirn'BSERVICES and Tires We pay 461-1117 Waldo
tfn. engine.. Excel condl. $700 owner terms. .$250 Call
KeystoneHelghts 473-38)6) cash and
nice from $3.600, more re
1,000 Sq. Ft. to approx. trees..
YARD WORK -Mowing haulIng Call 473-284. 3tchg Realty Inc. Itchg 429BEAGLE The Choicest
1,400 sq ft. Directly In $500 down $50 a I move Call Paul collect
raking, laying sod, /29.5/13 REALTOR 473-4961 .. PUPPIES from good
front of Post Office frontageInvestment
housework, windows, any 1911 FORD ESCORT I, 3.Dr, ,.opportunity. hunting stock. Wormed 378-0003 anytime Price In TownHouse
type work. 4751720. Free automatic, air, P/B under 473-2149 Keystone or HeightsCall 473-2014 4tchg MISCELLANEOUSIINGO."AMIRICAN SR21N. Owner-salesman. and shots. $50 firm, :, ; day or night for .Immediate Is located by Max-
estimates 4tpd 4/29-5/20 warranty. 38 MPG. S.. at 04/15-5/6. 473-4379.4/1 Ifnchg _. 473.3387.2tchg 4/29-5/6 : t N cash. viii. From 1.10 and US 301,
Vernon Buffs, SR-100 30 FT. HIGH TV antennea. 4JI-CZIZ
ALTERATIONS and 3BR. 2 BATH furnished BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA go south on US 301 96
miles west of Keystone. LEGION HALL SR21. $45.Already disconnected
Seamstress. Reasonable
mobile home 4-mlles N.W. access lots from: $3,500, mile to Fla. 218 Go easton
$100 and assume balance. Saturdays, 7pm. Public In- 732210.29 ,
Call Mama
rotes. Buz TREE
$500 471-74 SERVICE Fla
of Keystone off C18. Central vited.4/1 down. per 218 1.5 mile. to
475-1753. ../29 473.45701tchg 4/29 tfnchg Of
Itchg air.$220 per mo.Keystone ,ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSt month. Discount on entire lUpiIrt Major C.211 (this Is a curving rd.),
PEACHES PICK-n-PAV ATHawthorne Whitehead'sTree ,
Height Realty Closed 10 acres. aOn.Waterfronlot. Ads EUetrio Appllane turn left on C-217. go 2.1

i In on 301, turn orchard.left at Come Truck WANTEDUSED REALTOR "73496122 meeting Monday 8p.m.Open Call ...73..375.1 Get ResultsCall Serving Bradford I Service miles to lianna Lee Rd.,
E tfnchg meetings Friday 8 tfnchg '' turn left, '... mile, houseIs
it Stop follow road to gate. 2-SR MOBILE HOMES and efficiency CLEAN, CONFOETABLE'90" Clay Cou/llI. go
as.. sign and come thru to WILSON T-2000 tennis apartment. Central p.m. Alanon, Monday 8 gold couch. Only $100. See LICENSED.INSURED on right. This two bed-
481-3170. 2tchg racquets, call 473-2210 or H/A, dishwasher p.m. All' meeting at at Monitor office or call Linda -UerseseSteve I FREE ESTIMATES room house on a nice lot
CHILD CARE Full/Full time, 473-4380 after 5.00 p.m.Ifn carpeting furnished on Educational Church Building, Com- "732210.ltfneho 473.2210 ((904)) 752-4356 has all the makings to
drop-ins. Hwy 21 North pel 2/.. Lake Geneva at 475-2130.4/1 munity tin 473-2790 or 1 1'WO Collect become a lovely home...
:e Phone Robin 473-2048 ROOMMATE to share 2 Bit McDonald' Trailer Park OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS BroadwayTREE Lake City, Florida with some pounding and

'.. 4/29 home on Lake Geneva 473-2722 tod 4/29 No dues, fee*,.or weigh- paint. We've got la sell It
Swimming and booting. FAIR TOUR SERVICE i 11 We
LOST/FOUND HOMES FOR las, open meetings Tuesday LD'S now can furnl.hmat.rlol.
Rent Includes
phone and WANTEDBoatTrailers to .
r 7:30 p.m., St. Anne' complete.Short
g cable. $100 per mo. Call SALE Episcopal Church.Keystone An Invitation to join Keystone United Removal term financing

473-2100.2tchg 4/29-3/6 Heights. Thurs- Methodist Church 5 day tour to the World's utility available at 11% annual

r WALLET-.Sabo' parking lot FOR SALE lake Geneva day.9.30: a.m., Community Keystone June 16. Price Include Trimming trallerf, equipment percentage rate with small
: Friday evening Keepmoney Mobile Home Sale, $7,770 Slate Bank of Starke. I Fair. Leaves t'rallers condition
Free Estimate any down
YARD SALETHIS Fair and payment. See It and
World's numerous
;; ,
comput.rond at
pen IV down. $99 month for 473-2790 or 964-8587 41 I I 2 days unk.
I;; stamps If you must; but 14X50 Liberty. Double tin chg. attractions enroute.,A real fun trip. Total good to | then call Properties Department
please return check book SATURDAY Corner of wide starting at 13995. BINGOions j Club across I double For 473-4732 I Cash paid on the spot toll free at 1.800
each occupancy.
I F| and all loose paper to od- Flamingo and Magnolia.! Com check all of our from high school. price $375 Bill West from '50" to '400"0. 328-3380. '4700 Nathan
f; dress on checks.. Thank 930am. 5:30 p.m. Itpd model and special prkes.'A Tuesdays, Early Bird 7 reservations and Information call : After 5 P.M. Call Paul collect at Lane. P.O. Box 9493. Minneapolis

'{:; you. Carolyn Conekln. 4/29 miles East of Keystoneon p.m.; Regular, 7:30 p.m. 4734773. Time Is limited.- K. Hai htti 378.0003 Minn. 55440 M-F
1;! Itchg: 4/29 Hwy 10O. 4/1 tfnchg Public Invited. ../l Sin chg.: one from 8-5 CST. 2..29-5/

." ,

II I I \



( """'-

_-, ." J .. -..-- .- I" ,- .- -'-'-" ... ,..'-...._w ,-r--r-. _

: 4Ij"

,: 1

April 29,1982 I'ugellH
--- --- ___ _____
U.- t "

& c _

.__ -_----
-- -- __i ___ - -- --_ -'--::: -I




l' Color TV'sAntenna's LIVE-IN COMPANION Must COMPLETE ROF- duty Industrial with loader 24x36", 25 cents each.: Used ROOMS for rent at low ,:

drive car $75 per week BATHTUBS REFINISHED In FLER Family Hair Care.Cuts.PermsSetsColors. and grad.box. Excellent In printing newspaper. weekly rates. Call Temple .

Spec'In receiving plus room and board. Call your home. Guaranteed.Free 9 condition 473-4417. 1/14 tfn$7500.00. Great for minor repair Motel 964.7357.2/18 EOW O5REALTY!
jobs. Bradford County 2 bedroom
964-5855 ask for Lucille. -
Channel 30 & 47 estimates. $79.95 AM 9 PM dally except EUNICE'S NURSERY Telegraph 94-4305. tfn. 'f
4/29 1 bath on one acre fenced
Itchg Wed. & Sat., 9 AM to 6 PM.
99.95, with sink. Ultra.
782.3577 PART.TIME Azaleas, $1.50 gal. can. CARPET. NEW ft USED Fur. storage shed $200
xpsriencedbortend.r.cocktoli garage
Glaze. 964-8903. 3/11 I tfn 371 W. Macclanny Ave., located
am 7 Roses, nlture & appliances Call
pm ?,, ?,, per mo. $100 deposit. -:
waitress, see Shelby at GOODMAN CAR WASH Macclenny. 259-6277. 4/8 2 mile north of Lawtey on Plumb fixtures and pipes. 622.5620 after 5 p.m. 2/25 ffl:
Wash and vacuum 8tpd 527EXPERT US-301. Look for signs. BARGAIN
Holiday Inn Lounge. Itchg wax CENTER US.301 PALMS APARTMENTS: Furnished PHONE 964-7776 ....
4/29 .(Inside and out), $13. Corner CARPENTRY and 7823972.1 tfn. So.. 9646679. 2/5 tIn efficiencies and 1 CECILIa ''u. ..;

ENORMOUSMultiFamily EXECUTIVE.TYPE SR-16 and 301), Signal' pointing. Also ANTIQUES One pump DO.DROP.IN BARGAIN BR opts., weekly or mon mWILUllaII 205 N. Temple, Starkerluy -
SECRETARY Preferably Station. 9648283. 2/4 tin maintenance. Call !Ray organ very old; dining HOUSE 301 1 South. thly. NEW FURNISHED

YARD SALE shorthand and dictaphone AUTO REPAIR: road service 9647455. 4,9 2tpd 5/4 room set, walnut; 9646740. We buy and sell STUDIOS. 2313 N. TempleAve.

Must have excellent typing pick up and delivery 24 DAVIS A BROS. Small Motor numerous pieces of oak. used furniture and ap ., Stark. 3/11 tIp 9/02: Now Because. '
Loads of nice stuff. skills with good speed. hours. Average 1 day ser Repair and Lawn Mower For sale or trade. 112 E. pliances. 8/13 tfnRECONDITIONED CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for Why Because today's people-to-people financing can

Some |onk. Sat. & Call Philip. U.S. Solar vice. 964-7553. 3/4tln Shop. Sewing machines, Call St., Stark. 4/8 4tchg TV'S: Colors rent On Hwy. 16 E. Close lower effective mortgage Interest rates by four to five :

Sun., May 1 & 2. No Corp., 9044681517. 4/29 BILl'S SAW SHOP Complete home style and industrial 4/29 Model 209. starling at $100.00. to prison. Call 4681323.: taints. Because today's market conditions allow buyers -

sales before 8 AM. 2tchg 5/4 sharpening service, circular repaired. All work 3 M COPIER condition: Trade-in's welcome. Phone MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT to purchase property at 19SO prices. Because home
THE CITY OF Call 9646957or Very good many 964-8212.6/11 tfn mile from Starke be best Investment and J
STARKE will accept hand carbide, guaranteed. call city ownership continues to today's ::
749 S. Orange St. applications for the chain, mower blade hollow come by 368 N. CherrySt. 964-5606.supplies.4/15$400 tfn FIREWOOD: White oak and limits Clean. Hwy. 16 E. Inflation hedge, while allowable tax deductions can '':

: position of Grader ground and balanced. All work will be okayed ALUMINUM ROOF pine, $5 per truckload; Call 4681323. 4/1 tfn make homes more affordable. And because today's alternative .
: FIBERED Oak 4x4's, $30 half
': ,-- Op./laborer thru May 3, Leave at Jackson Building. by George Trull. Pick-up COATING $29.95 per 5 gal. Call Sunshine Acres cord. THREE BEDROOM HOUSE: mortgage Instruments can lead buyers to odvonaaeous .
2 baths.large .
1982. Interestedmay Family ,
available. room
Anyone and delivery -
Supply In Starke Keytsone White financing.
YARD SALE Fibered Snow
for the 964-7699 or come out between yard. nice :.;:]
apply positionby Heights or Lok. fuller. 4/29 4tchg 5/20 Mobil. Home Roof Coating 9:30: a.m. and 2:30: $300 * * * I
the neighborhood.
contacting personnel TFNchg $34.95 5 gal. Stark. per Villas-A In lifestyle with low _
and Bradford
per p.m. we'll load for first and last deposit. new concept
;:HOUSE OF BARGAINS: SeeIng administrator Mr.Merrell ALCOHOLICS Motorcycle1q74 Paint Center 964-8181 you: 1/28 tfnEUNICE'S mo. maintenance; adult housing offering charm, comfort 4. ;
Call 9647910. 4/29 tfn ,
:,; It Believing! 212 Cell Dees, City Hall.
ANONYMOUS! Phone 4/15 tfn NURSERY :3 BEDROOM. 1 bath unfurnished quality along with energy efficiency. .-
:-, SI.. a.m. to 5:30 TRAINING: Must have HONDA "
p.m. FOUR ,
Valid Florida Chauffeur'sLicense 964.5148 or 964-7619. 550 5-V GALV. ROOFING Tomatoes; hot and bellpepp.r. home, 1 mile northof * * * *
5r.: Yell come tee u. at our Runs good. I
Motorcycle. 6'-$4.15i 74.95, B'$5.53.9'$6.22i -
: ; eggplant EXECUTIVE HOMES
TFchg container -
Starke US301. -
able read and on
tf new location. 3/11 tin to will -
SEWING MACHINES Asking $600, ; 10'-$6.91 ; grown $1.50 can. with 8 2800 ft. ft
GIANT SIDEWALK SALE. write and prepare reports. Call 473-7156 $250/month plus $150 Beautiful brick home ac., approx. sq.
tcha /29 REPAIRED) All makes negotiate. 117.60; 12829. We Phone 782-3972, located 2 cleaning deposit. Call $58,500 assum. mortg. at ll'/4%
: (held Inside for comfort), after and
anytime Jacksonville,
cleaned, oiled and adjusted. manufacture. miles north of Lawtey on evenings: 964-8702. 4/29 Large brick CH&A home. 2300 sq. ft. on 4 lots near -:
1 9 AM
fr; April 29. 30. May 1 weekends. 4/8 tfn toll free .
52 to 5 PM. Assorted gifts I FIREFIGHTER $15. Work KZ 900 KAWASAKI: Good Call 18003422702. 4/1 Stchg, tfn US301. look for sign. 3/25 2 BR HOME w/flreplace, school Keystone. Assu. mart. 8V.. Stove, refrig., D/W,

jg household Items, good I Crash fire rescueexperience guaranteed. James condition $1300. Can be 4/29 TWO REFRIG family room (or 3rd compactor disposal ceiling fans frplc., greenhouse. .;.
Used -
danS Strickland. corner Morgan good bedroom), Ig. screened What to Live. Luxurious brick home near Country
tr: clothing. toys square re seen at SAW Muffler Itpd ELECTRIC B-B-QUE grills condition ladies bike with a way
outfits and shoes.H Rd. and Hwy 16. TFNchg ; porch. Unfurnished. On well .
clng Club d..lgn.d.Affordabl.
4/29. table
On stand, $40.
new. ; child carrier like
New Life T.mpl. MotorS quired. Must haveexperience CHAIN LINK FENCE: Install models $25. Call 964.5251 room-sited new; SR.227, Call 96".5559.ONE Elegance Handsome, new brick home In .
carpet furnishedapartment.
Inn. US-301 N. Lawt.y. in ed. Free estimates. Handy. LAND after 5 p.m. 4/22 tfn remants. Call 9645772. BEDROOM. Utilities fur. Connerly Estates. Finest Insulation, frplc., spring water :::

K ltchg4/22 repairmaintenance Man Fence Co. 9648559. SIDE BY SIDE Itchg 4/29 nished. Quality Choice. Magnificent Ig. home Country Club, 3

S FRI & SAT: 8 AM til ?? 712 of fire TYPEWRITER REPAIR: Call FOR SALE Refrigeratorfreezer.f '63 BUICK ELECTRA: 4 dr. Tackle Couple Box only., 341 no N. BR;3 B. HUGE fam.rm., frplc., 2 lots circle driveway
I 5: :: Bridges St. Chairs and antique 110 W. pets. Lake Est. elf. home .
the Office Shop Avocado colored. $200. hard top loaded milage 4/29 e Exciting Place. Geneva energy --
S. oak bow back chairs trucks and heavy Call St., Starke, for details. 13% ACRES: ClearedTjand. Call 473-4341. 4/22 2tchg 66599. $500. 9647207. MOBILE Temple Ave.HOME Itpd on Grlffis $65,000 VA mtg. $37,826. "'/% ;;;

6* $70; boys suits, sz. 10. equipment. Excel 9645764. tfn 2Vi ml. east of Stark., 4/29 1974 CHEVY STATION Loop. First, last and LAKEFRONT GET YOUR FEET WET

8 b Handmade Items. Itpd lent benefits. Ap- GLASS CUT TO ORDER: neat golf course. Some 10 ACRES, comfortable cottage WAGON: $900; washer deposit. No pets. Call Silver Lake 83' 4 BR 2 BA, fenced, large enclosed shed _. .

4/29 ply Mon. thru Doors windows, etc buildings; 2 wells and 2 with nice fireplace In and dryer $73; Rheem 52 9648816. Itpd 4/29 covered picnic area. -
: ? SIDEWALK SALE: Several JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY septic tanks. (No house). park setting fringed with gal. electric water heater 2 BR FURNISHED APART lot on Geneva Creek with beautiful oak trees. 14000.
& Thurs. 1-3 PM
families Furniture, or 964 6078. Orders also Owner financing. giant pines also 1 $40. Call 964-8S13. Itpd29 MENT Lights and water Custom built home. Little Lk. Santa Fe 2 Ac.Sl 10.000. :::

!;: clothes beauty shop by appointment. token in Lake BUtler. 964-8813. Itpd 129BOATS bedroom cottage with
SJ: equipment misc. The Imogemaker Call 17551900.. 496-3079 and Keystone work shop on one acre of 1974 DUSTER. 6 cyl. auto; pets. Nice apartment! Sliver Lake: 2 BR 1 BA. $350 Mo Rent or Buy. .:

=::' 1209 N. TempleAve. AEROCORPORATION Heights 4734973. 2/26 tfn land. 9647195. 4/22 2tpd 1966 Jeep 4-wheel drive $200 per mo. Call 9645033or BUY NOW ft PROFIT LATER ::
: ., Fri. & Sat. Itchg 4/29
;; 4/29 pickup 6 cyl. 1977 Chev. 4681338. Itchg 4/29 BR 2 BA 1 16, -
BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Doublewlde Mobile Home, 4 on acre. Hwy
SAT.. MAY 11 9 AM til 3 PM.
STARCRAFT pop-up camper, Luv pickup with top; on. FRESHLY PAINTED paperedin $13,000
SERVICE: Bradford County refrig., D/W carpet drapes,only 21500.
j" Furniture, tools toys, etc. Lake City Airport, Equal 15 FT. LONESTAR boat with stove sink Icebox sleeps new cast Iron alr-tlght Starke. 3 BR, CB, new range
:fc:: Country Club Estates Opportunity Employer MFHandicapped. residential pump-outs, trailer. New tires, newbattery. 6, $750. 468.1509 after 5p.m. wood stove; one used dining living fin., Immediate occupancy.
refrlg., large
from clubhouses. $50. We also re-lay drain Bessent Rd: 3 BR, 2 BA CH/A.
85 hp. Evlnrude. Itpd stove; House and 3 car with fireplace, attached .
: See signs. Itchg 4/29 lines. Phone 9648121. room .CB 3 BR, 1'B, with pretty wooded acre lot in town, excellent
: $995 FIRM. Call 9645381. GRASS SEED: Argentina- garage on almost 1 acre.At workshop $275
!- MOVING SALE Lots of PROFESSIONAL Car CleanIng per condition, some financing 41000.
: lots.
Itchg 4/22 Bahia. 50 to 1,000 lb. Strout Realty sign, 3rd call 964.6968, evenIngs. -
? Items. May 1, 9 AM til 5 HELP WANTED Service. Cleaned Dr. Pennington 9646411. house. South of Gordon'sAir mo. Itchg 4/29 Frame, 3 BR, pecan trees 239.17' on paced SRD-18. 1.635

:S::: PM. Next to Bradford Mid. A national organization washed, glazed, vacuumed WANTEDGOOD 4/29 tIn Conditioning SR-100 2 BR UNFURNISHED apartment Ac. High & Dry. 23500. Good BuyiOwn.r !

." die School off Orange has immediate openings sanitized, and BABY FURNITURE: Full size South. Itpd 42912'x8'PORTABLE In town, CH/A, $250 Financing In Lawtey 3 BR, CH/A. Approx. 1500

Street. Itpd 4/29 for a live-In person 5 daysa deodorized. $7.00, pickupand crib with mattress $35, In. BLDG. 9648744. Itchg 4/29 sq. ft. Stucco on 1 ac. pv'd. driveway, garage.
RUMMAGE-BAKE SALE Sat., week to work in a group delivered or your PRICES PAID for used font car seat $10; (Barn type) 1 yr. old. Pan- FOR RENT: 2 BR house, immaculate 7.99 Ac. on Forsythe Rd. 14x60' MH, metal barn pecan,

May 1. 9 AM til 00 Vacantlot home for 16 female retarded place. Call 964-7226. ask mobile homes mortgage Bassinet, $15; Two-seater nelled Inside w/electrlcal! ref, range car. peach apple trees. Grapevine. 38000.

next to Dr. Hernandez adults. Starke. Related for Dennis. 12/10 tfn Is 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'S stroller, $9. Call 9645732. outlets. $850.Call 964.8132 port fenced front and backyard lots 63 ft 65 Cypress St. Crystal Lk. Homesltes. 4900.

office. E. Call St. Proceeds college education or 2 yrs. FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS MOBILE HOME SALES. Itchg 4/29 before 6pm.FLOURESCENT. $250 lease and Commerclal-250' on Hwy. 301. Owner financing.
go to Sampson City Church of experience. Also. we 9645606. Open 7 days COLTSi Seven "I, Halter and light fix. security deposit required 809 N. Westmoreland-Nearly new. Assum mtg. ;;..

S"of God. Itchg 4/29 are In need of a counselorUnM 144 W. Call St. weekly. TFchg '. green broken f CeeBars, tur... Used I ft. long $9 625 Pinewood Dr.. phone Excellent commercial prop. Many uses Approx. 1 ac. "
k THURS. THROUGH SUN One AXLES TIRES: 2 axles '4I ,King bred. Noted for, In- each. Works okay. Rick, Ilat.Comm.rcloILot ....-
>'" .5.inys.a week, 8 46"-7303: __ I 964-8073. 3/25 tfn /155 ft. on 301.Steel bldgs. Extras too numerous to .'
SlOrttWon' W. J100. .
mile ohitP' -1i pick-up, ,
SC -
hours a day. Related college Open '*: telligence. Ofldi .ability. 'U-5 $* .1tpd29' HOMES FOR RENT 3 BR with with 120 ft. on US301. Good buy I 'Ii..
US-301. Furniture, clothes You deliver, $125. Ollns ,.129
9647065. 1tchg ELECTRIC STOVEr 3 old.
education required. 'T.W.tF. 9 tiP 5:30: yri. AC washer dryer stove, Geneva Lake Estateswooded / ac. lots, terms. CleanneIghborhood
Mobile Home Hwy.
fresh vegetables. Itpdt 30 PT ,DEHUMIDIFIER Harvest gold excellent
Volunteers of America Thurs. -11 AM III 7 PM 100 W Stark. 964-5606. refrig., garbage dl.posal.dl.hwash.r w/rolllng hills. Tennis court.
4/29 bar
foreign car tow ; utility condition, $250; coke
:. SAT.. MAY 11 9 AM til 3 PM, 1-904-355-6861 Jax. or Sat. 9 AM III 3 PM TFchg trailer. 473-2442 Keystone machine (cans). $200. Call $350 $350 per deposit.No mo.,. -61$ Melton Terrace-See to Appreciate!
plus security
t 1512 N. Temple Ave., 964.8747, StorkeAPPLICATIONS AppointmentsNot CASH PAID for aluminum Heights. Itpd 4/29 964-5874. 1tpd29 3 BR. 2 BA Acreage-Davis St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park
J: across from Kentucky Fried Always Necessary cans. 21*. Copper brass 24" COLOR TVi Philco brand. house exception.in Heights. -5 Acres near Hampton. Well elec. pole, septic tank.
.* Chicken. Itchg 4/29 1/7 IfnADD and batteries. HSR Block $100, 2-Mag wheels $35 FOR RENT Refrig., stove. $285 per 4.78 Acres on 230A and Wilson Rd.
BACKYARD SALE Fri. and A BEAUTIFUL'DECK (a office. 31 S. 6th St., Mocdenny each. Call after 6 PM, $285 -40 Acres New River. High and rolling.
mo., plus security
Sat., 8 AM 2 PM. Two for your home. $5.50 per sq. Florida. Call 964-8424. Itpd 4/29 deposit. No exceptions. -
:- families, drapes, are now open ft. Includes treated lumber 259-6992. 1/07 tfn GOOD USED tin and MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE Call 964-8811 for appoint MISCELLANEOUS
"' bedspread high chair, the Starke morn- and skilled l labor Call for WANTED TO BUY: Coins brooder feeders troughand HOME PARK mobile homes ment. 4/29 tfn. LOST/FOUND

tablecloths dishes, route. gold and sterling, silver, feeders See and spaces for rent. of
paperbacks ing paper estimates Lawtey, waterers. 3 ROOM FURNISHED apartment PERSONAL: All members
and loads of misc. Applicant must be 782.3330.8 tfn J.R. Bullington 9646250. at the House of Bargains Recreational vehicles large screened the 1945 Bradford High LOST: Small black cocker
Located 2 miles on Griffls 3/18 tfn 212 E. Call St., Stark. welcome. Phone 468-2912. Class contact white
able to WHEELS OF JAX., INC. porch, adults only, no pets, Graduating spaniel with one
Loop. Look for signs. Itpd post Mobil. Home towing CASH PAID FOR ALUMINUM Itchg 4/29 TFchg can be seen at 403 Walnut R.F. Riggs. 904-964-7704 or hind foot. Answers to
4/29 cash bond and CANS: 21 cents, copper, BREED Milk HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng
blocking and anchoring.Call PURE Jersey Street or call 9648498. 904-964-7731. or Mary "Booger._ Reward. CallEilenWadsworthAfldrews
have reliable car 1-398-6679 964.5889 brass, batteries. H & R cow. 9647065. Itchg 4/29 room TV; and air. 4/29 tfn 964.8171 after 3 PM. 1 Itpd
MOBILE or Office 31 S. 6th St., Underwood Motel 3 milesNorth
Block MINI TRAMPOLINE for Indoor 904-376-7712 about ClassReunion
and phone. after 7 4/1 5tpd 4/29 of Stark. .
Macclenny Fl. Phone jogging $75.Approx. on Hwy. 4/8 4tchg 4/29
2596992. 3/25 tfn 301. 10/9 tfn
4 ft. x 4 ft. Call 9647910. ._, -'- 'u.

4/15 3tpd 4/29. Bookkeeping typing, Gelding, dining room & kitchen FOR RentalsU.S.
THE HANGMAN Is coming to payroll, accountsreceivablepayable. gentle. $650. Call central heat and air. In
( MOBILE Motors. Watch Ex. Phone 4681779.
WANTED: Terwlllegor 964-7910. 4/29 tinTtassfied Hampton. RENT
.HOMES:, Factory owned for dates. perienced. Reasonablerates. ((1st months rent In ad 301 North Starke 964-8807

i and operated. Slngle- OWNER/OPERATORS CUSTOM FARM SERVICE: Call 964-6474. Wed., Ads vance.)5/7) tfn 3 shop spaces 1200

,'wldes starting at $7995; with FLat bed's for Bulldozing land clearing thru Fri. after 6:30: p.m. Get ResultsCall LAKEFRONT RENTAL: 2 BR, 1 sq. ft. ea. Ideal for jr1{ Things to Rent"r\\

I I .doublewldes; starting at local and long haul plowing, mowing. disking Weekends, keep trying. BA on Crosby Lake. Par .
US.301 N. Starke, 4/15 tfn. tially furnished. One yrs. contractor, light "For Event'We
13995. ing. Contact: All Flo. fertilizer, dolomite lime Sylvia Every /
964-8741 4/8 tin.CARS&., (spreader service), farm A lease. $225 per mo. Welgel mfg.. repair shop or ,
Inc. 282-5201.1/2R
Realty, ,
.1 I I---- garden seed, hay cutting S I m_ storage. Now Offer Lawn ServiceLet '

baling (round or square). FOR CALL .
Us Cut Your Lawn Call Us At .
TRUCKS A VACATIONFROM Call Homer Hart-Moonlight : /
,f' INFLATIONLife Enterorises "962093.22 RENT Jt. $ ta4 1.904-772-7980 i. S1 964-8807 .:
77 PINTO. AT. PS. 42.000. looks brighter when IKE'S SAW
orlg. miles, 2000. '59 you have a second income HOUSES: Realtor ,

Chevy pick.up. Rebuilt 6 selling Avon. Call & MOWER SHOP 4 BR. unfurnished 2

cyl.' -engine. $350. Call 475-2467. Mildred Ilenkle. (Behind Powell's Diary BR, unfurnished. 904-782-3931 OFFICES CHAPTERS
9645985. 4/22 2tchg 4/29
191 HALF-TON Custom SALES SERVICE APARTMENTS: 3 Bff 2 BA MOSIlt HOME en J'ac. Screened perch, ur/1/fy KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 7,11 and 13

deluxe 10 Chevy pick-up Chain Saws 1 BR, furnished. 2 BR, shed1 and barn. $30,000 terms. $28,500 cash. LAKE CITY BANKRUPTCY

truck. $6750. Call 9645606. VACUUMSALE Lawn Mowers unfurnished. From IN COUNTRY en 2 ac. 3 BH. I/ BA. perfect garden space.
Itchg 4/29 $44.500.
$125 $300. COMM. LOT and build. w/2400 sq fr. 12000.

964-7521 or 964-8404. SOMETHING DIFFERENT In a flame. In Strawberry Acres.
Classified You ewe It to yourself" re look.

Get ResultsFOR Finance Our Own cion TO HOSPITAl One acre nomeitteterMfe $5,000. BUSINESS AND CONSUMER

KIRBYS Soml-Tnick Driven. Well 3--Sf-IIOML $25.000. $3.000 down. 12* ,..t. IS yrs.

ROYALS or Htivy Equipment INCOUNIRY6 Ac.-' 310,500:10 Ac.-S23.000; 30 AC 2f,000. BANKRUPTCIES AND

EUREKAS 0>.tinrl ItxtLKMyHOO14IS4S4 Drilling lot. lowt., or... $2,300
T". F.esI : .NICE 3 Bit home en 'lovely h-ee-snad'ea' '0'. S2I.500. REORGANIZATIONS
HOOVERS ... 2'ii-.1'6. PERFECT MOBILE' HOME $ITtIO Ac., barn and mere.tACtS .
RENT ; '
ELECTROLUX __ I +* : WITH lovely, SOLD mobile home CMA omy -
SEARS Shop & Compare!! RotaryDrilling I ( $33,000. FARM REORGANIZATIONS

wLargeTires COMMERCIALWe I Special Insurance for Equip. O. DRAWER Hwy. 301 $. lAWTf Ft 32058 I

repair all makes Mobile Home Parks\ .State. LicensedJPttmps. . rTJT___ __ -; .* FINANCIAL COUNSELING
Hydraulic boom truck Al Young'sSince All types of. homeowners ; : ; ; -

with. 1977 DODGE MAGNUM auto. trans.. A/C, E-wlndows,
w/f lot bed dump 1957 policies for . . . . S-control. $2.800.
operator ONLY. 964-6918 mobile homes. New & UsedSalesePartssService .1978 VOLKS RABBIT fuel Inject.. A/C 4-sxl.( trans., ,

George Ricks Call (for Quote *, I AM/FM stereo w/tap 3500.
3 Mitt' north ftatlt..eUI3Ol I' 1979 CHEV. CHEVETTE auto trans., A/C. AM/FM. ,
9645184. Olln's Mobile E-Z TermsPlumbing .> COMPOSITIONS
. . . . .' stereo, 3500.
Homo Sales 1977 PONT. LeMANS sport 2500. "
..... : coupe AND EXTENSIONS .
M. Olin. 1977 FORD MUSTANG 4cyl., auto trans.. A/C,
Elaine . ... d. .. . AM/FM stereo w/tape, $2.850. -.-'
Register Oil & Gas 964-5606 New Installation 1971 MONTE CARLO y... auto. Irani., A/C, AM/FM
3950. ;
308 S. Thompson Street ,, t a Remodeling Repairs stereo ."j ,
. .,. . . 1972 JEEP 4WD. auto trans., 1'75. AND.NON-BANKRUPTCY '
>d V 964-5888 e LIMEROCK .1e 1968 CHIV. PU-TRUCK. 3-spd. trans., V-8 $67$.
(Gulf) Darranfe' 1974 PONT.VENTURA euto. trans., A/C. $150. WORKOUTS

DRAIN ROCK . . .. .'. 1977 GMC PU-TRUCK 3-spd. trans., $1.850.

I .. 'I'II PUMP&SUPPLY 1973 FORD PINTO auto trans. A/C $150.



Owl ....,. Elec. lgntti.ii ***. HaM' A-1 TOP SOILf ; .. .. ..... 0 ."' "'. .
10 .. TMk. Winning Kick AeJutlalX.. Rtguliter1U13 { 864 N. AUTO SALES
CeeUN An *mi.r I Pet 1 AMOUNT .
Tempi Ave SR 10O.. Between' ; Lake Butler Stake
*149.95 69.95 PH. 782-3172 Starke FIe lake Butler, Florida INQUIRIES

..... ..... .. .,. .. .. ATTORNEY AT LAW .300-342.0393

Free tank of ps w/purehase/ of any new grill Allen E. Taylor 964.7W' - 496-3900-

lib",.sc" \ ''' ,
-\ ,

"..::.. .1. _

.... '"". '" -. ". .-. .""'h.",_...,.,-. ".- .-_ .". .., ..,,-,-.,.4.' ."-, "'.-.--. -.. ". -,.-. ",'.!. .,.....1\4}' I\., ... .. ''"', 7 ." T ..,, \ _. _ !I.J: -,- .,' -'..
'. : :, ) .
T .. '."',f'';
, ,".'.



"'lIlCeIAt" April 29.1982: I '''AI J:,, iII6: ,' ''''d'' ',

Gunter Contests $31 Million State Farm Rate :HikeState I

Insurance Commissioner Bill Mutual raised Its rates 16.3 percent increase while the matter is litigated. rating classifications affecting 25 to ,
Gunter last October while State Farm Fire Another option is for the to
rejected a $31 million rate company 29-year-old single males. ;; I
hike imposed on the 1.1 million and Casualty charged an additional resubmit a new rate filing which Failure to justify the change in r ,
17.5 seeks to answer each objection raised ,
policyholders by State Farm Mutual percent in premiums."The 1981 model year rating factors when
: and State Farm Fire and Casualty objections raised by our by the Department.The compared with the 1982 model i1I i
companies."We Department actuaries are sound and five reasons cited by Gunter In Gunter said that he would year.for ir iI r
have carefully reviewed the significant" Gunter said. "State his order of disapproval are:' an administrative or legal resolutionof press 1I
and Farm has not made The five percent net factor I
filing found it wanting, Gunter simply a per profit the rate challenge as !
said,citing five reasons for signing an suasive case"for rate increases of this used by State Farm appears to be as the law allows. Unless expeditious reversed in ,
order of disapproval. magnitude. unreasonably high. court the order
prohibit of
I State Farm Mutual, which insures Gunter said that State Farm would Trend factors to forecast future the higher rates after April 20. use
I 976,000 automobiles effected a 9.5 have an opportunity for a hearing on claims experience appear The order requires State Farm to II
their rate Increase within the next unreasonably high in all
percent average statewide rate increase coverages. stop using its current rates and to file I
Under Florida law, Selected rates by
totaling$26.2 million annually twenty-one days. territory appearto new rates on or before April 20, the
for new business last March 20 and for a company has the right to challengethe be unfairly discriminatory. This date on which the proposed increasewas o
renewal writings next Tuesday. Insurance Commissioner's Orderin was particularly noticeable In South scheduled to become effective on ,
State Farm Fire and Casualty, such a proceeding. Florida where the proposed new rates renewals of of in-
which Insures another 147,000 It is also possible for the companyto were nearly twice as high'as in other sureds. coverage existing
vehicles, put a 7.8 percent or $4.7 seek an order from an Appellate areas in the state. Mavincel Sale j
million hike into effect. State Farm Court blocking the ability to reject the Failure to justify changes in

j Thank You Folks We are almost ready to move in our new buildingand 0_ I

I Out Poison We would like to express our appreciation all to .. so we are I
Spring Brings Ivy to the following merchantsfor we want new cars display. :

Bradford their donations Middle to School.the 8th gradersof going to move out our Used Cars and Trucks at| '

Along with Spring come the what works.In In many parts of the state the William's Jewelry; Eckerd Drugs;
blossoming of flowers and trees, addition, you just might en- chinaberry has adapted to the wilds TG&Y; Stumps; Leilas; Bullingtons; Super Low, Low Prices!
warm days, cool nights and, of counter two other poisonous plants on and may be encountered from time to Macs Music Shop; Bret & Jerry's;
course poison ivy. rambling through a Florida woods in time mixed with native trees. Its Sawyer-Slade Gas; Mitchell's Drugs;
Not only can poison ivy be found in the spring. One is poison oak, a yellow marble-sized fruit, dried on Western Auto; Mosley's Tire Co.; Check These -
any kind of woods or old field in specialized form of poison ivy (three the branches in the fall, sometimesmay Koch Drugs; McDonald's; Wendy's;
Florida but also this is the time of leaves,again) that rears up into knee- be eaten and cause vomiting and Hardees; Florida Bank at Starke;
year that the vines are full of sap. An high little plants especially in shaded stomach upset. Fortunately they are Community Bank, The Meat Market. 1982 F150 ((4x4).117") W.B.
unwary woods rambler can easily geta locations. The other is poison sumac, not very tasty and the temptation to Thank you for the donations, door
super dose of the toxin by roughly a small tree that grows in rather wet children is not great. prizes, raffle ticket'prizes, and for 12,200 miles 300 six cyl., 4-.speed (Creeper), |
touching leaves or vines of this green woods and thus is seldom encounteredby Some people will advise you to take cups used at the refreshment booth.
vine. casual hikers. time to smell the flowers. The Divi- The Eighth Grade Parents Traction Lok Axle, knit seat, air cond cruise con
There is a rhyme that may help you Some people are allergic to such sion of Forestry says take time to see Organization
avoid touching poison ivy: common trees as figs and oleanders. and avoid the poison ivy. Vivian Chappel trol, AM-FM 8 track stereo, sliding rear window,
"Leaflets three; let it be." Both may sometimes be encountered -
Poison ivy leaves do occur in growing wild, particularly decorative chrome step bumper, bed rails, 12x15 )

groups of three, each leaf clearly oleander in South Florida. I r wfchrome spoke wheels, tape stripes.
separated from the others. They may
rear up on short stems from the Clay County LandfillsTo New'12,995
ground or occur on a vine snaking upa Hours OPENING sale 9495.00
dry, Change ,
tree trunk, held snugly by
fibrous material.The size of the three All five Clay County operated land- 4th '"
leaves can vary so widely that this is fills will change hours of operation, Tuesday, May
of little use to the totally unlearned, effective Monday April 26, 1982, due 1981 Jeep Renegade CJ7
but an average might be a leaf two Inches to the change in Daylight Savings
long and one inch wide. Time. Me MeJsFormerl Hardtop, air cond., AM-FM stereo, part-time ((4x4))j
The Florida Division of Forestry, The landfills will open at 8 a.m. and
Department of Agriculture and Con- will close at 6 p.m. All landfills are )'Chinese Garden w/hubs, soft top, 27,000 miles.
sumer Services advises those who open to the public seven days each li(DO) N. Temple Ave., Starke
show up with a poison ivy rash to consult week, except on certain holidays, $8495.00
a doctor unless you're an old handat which will be posted a few days in ad- Sale
controlling it and know exactly vance. The five landfills are locatedat Featuring B W
: Doctors Inlet, Middleburg,
VA OfficeTo Rosemary Hill (west of Green Cove 1980 Ford 133" W.B.I
Springs),Kingsley Lake,and the Mid E I IE Pickup ;
Close May 5 dle Seafood
Pit CR-214
on in the Keystone &
Custom six cyl. overdrive steering step)
Veteran Service Office William S. Heights area. power ,
"Bill" Haas announced that the Bradford For more information telephone the N bumber 4 speed overdrive.
County Veterans Service Officein Clay County Public Works Office at o ,
the Bradford County Courthousewill 26&-6301, 234-6301, or 473-3711 or the R E
be closed all day Wednesday, Clay County Road Department at Sale $4695.00
may 5. 269-6335,284-6335 or 4733711.

Subs & PizzaALSO

I National Consumer Week 1979 F150 ((4x4)) 117" W.B.

Automatic, air, glass, AM-FM stereo, step bumper,]
It's time to gear up for National ed skill. And remember, we are hereto DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIALS
Consumers Week, a specie' time help. Turn to use.Together,we can 43,000 miles.
which has been set aside from April make Consumers Week a 52 times a
25th through May 1st for all of us to routine! ,
review smart consumerism.The ,year yr,.P ____ _____ u_ Sale 5295J)0
-- -- _
goal of National Consumer
Week is to focus national attention on
consumers as the center of economic
activity. to realize the importanceof 1976 F250 PickupAir
education and Summers Sod HOT weather!
lifelong consumer com
g... tu-tonel
our responsibilities and rights as par- glass, AM-FM 8 track, automatic,
ticipants in the American economy,
You may find special sales gong on paint, step bumper.
in your area, displaying the
"Consumers Count Everywhere" $, Sale 3495.QQ
symbol. Look for it and take advan-
tage of them. You can save money
and learn new shopping tips along the

way.Food stores will probably be runn- Car
ing Consumers Week specials, keepan Buys -
eye out for two-for-one deals and

double Use -this off coupons.week as a time to learn and *7995

good "couponing." Many avid start saving 1982 EXP. . |
couponers save up to $50 a week with
their efforts. You may not have timeto
join the 30-hours-per-week clippers. $ 6795
1981 LTD 2dr
but even partial couponing can loof .
save you 20 percent to 30 percent off on ( ( H
your weekly grocery bills. Buy the energy
specials, seek out the double coupon 1981
deals now offered. in many of the Mercury Cougar

larger Florida,grocery stock up chains on eggs throughout, frozen Pick the GE Super Comfort Machine best for you. .
foods and other goods which keep well New! $8995
in cold or freezer storage. |
and $150 cash refund direct from GE.
Stock up also on free consumer get a
educational materials and locate of-
fices in your area which can supply The GE ExecutiveII Escort 2dr6495
information and/or complaint ser-
GE Executive II' -
vices in the future. Remember our II I central alrCOn-
Division of Consumer Services is the Weathertron" heat ...it uses
official state clearninghouse for all pump/air conditioner fl' I IIII T
I energy because 1981 2 Door
consumer problems and we also .. comfort and I@- i
publish a series of brochures and 1111 it's extra efficient.Heres .
efficiency allyear'round.
newsletters highlighting key con-
the to beat
sumer areas. 'I. II summer's heat and high New! $7495 i
Clip and save our toll-free hotline This is the heat pump of I I energy costs. too. The
number (1-800-342-2176) and keep it
tomorrow. It cools in the summer two-speed compressor
handy. Set up an area near your heats in the winter an uses the energy-saving low
phone for other toll-free and emergency energy-efficient climate control for speed most of the time changing to 1981 Mustang 2 Door
numbers. Use it also central
as '
all seasons.The secret is in GE s most high speed for quick relief only when
for first aid infor-
place emergency efficient two-speed compressor linked needed. That makes it cheaper to use
and tell
mation. the whole family
with the computerized thermostat. than older and less efficient models.DON'T .
where your home "information $5995
center" is. It can save you money
time. even your life. .

During clipping the newspaper week, get and into magazine the habitof SAVE NOW AND SAVE LATER! 11981 Granada 4 Door Iii

'*>" articles which contain vital recall or To qualify for$150 cash refund direct from GE,Installation of the GE Executive II
information. Set up a mini-
.: v, product library of shopping tips and try to in- air conditioner orGE Executive II Weathertron' heatpump/aircondiflonermust
.'$ -" elude articles where brand-name products be before!!MAY 1. 1982. 8295
have been critiqued.
Subscribe to on-going consumer
,;. newsletters. and magazines. Many Call today for a FREE home energy analysis;
,, are free (like our Dollars and Sense 1979 Ford Fairmont
: and The Senior Consumer) and can be
yours for the asking. Refer to Consumer Let our climate control experts provide you with our in-home analysis of your

Reports Buying Guide and specific energy needs and potential savings. Absolutely NO OBLIGATION.
:r .- magazine for product test and performance 12 Door $3995
,;: results. If you don't subsrliJe.I ,
call the reference desk at your local M MMMHMMHMMHMgHMBMBHBMIHIB
I *-' library and arrange to borrow or We bring good things ,to life.
: photocopy articles of key interest to T.> -

Jjjfc you.Always read everything before you GENERAL H) ELECTRIC w Terwilliger
K. sign it. Don't enter any purchase
agreement contract or major sale in Motors
&JS- a rush. Never let high pressure wear "
ae5? you down. Learn to say "no". or L f' 206 W. Madison Starke
i 5r" I'll have to think it over and call you

.:,'rfweakness' back." If for you high pressure have a salesmen.natural Gordon Air Conditioning & Htg. Co. 964-7200

;$*'. .Most avoid of them all.try! to utilize this special Hwy. 100 N., Keystone Heights :; '473-4777', Check with Clyde, Bryo.i and Warrany 'Today!

';J9ff week to develop new habits which will ,
,, assist you all year long. Smart consumerism
.,' Isn't a trick. it Is a learn-

.F" .

t I