Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04263
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 20, 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
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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
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System ID: UF00027795:04263
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Heavier cloud cover than usual with more humidity\ is predicted <'. ::'r L'.. II
through Monday, .but only a slight chance of rain. :i .t), : ;..'f I
Some showers were predicted from noon until 2 p.m. Wednesday but TwoSectlon.'t! '
didn't materialize, according to the headquarters of the Florida Division SECTION At ';>,,,.,. <' ;

of Forestry on SR-100 west of Starke. Newt. . . .'. ; . .Page. 1.2.'
Temperatures during the next 3-4 days are predicted to be between 85 Editorial . .., ... . .fag* t'c
and 90 in the day with lows from 60-62 at night. Society . ... .'.Pag. .'.
Volume( of berries has been up this week and last, the 9uality has been Sporti. . .Pogoi /
good and the price is holding up, says Mrs. Lloyd Griffis from north.of legalt. . .'. . .Pag*.
Lawtey Mr. Griffis has been growing berries over 40 years.
Mrs. Griffis says she expects the volume to begin dropping next week
as the weather gets hotter. SECTION B: de of Heqven<
There still has been little or no rain so far in May, a month that usually Nw Brlolf. . . . .Pogo
averages 3.85 inches. The some 8-inches of rainfall in April doubled the Obltuart.i, . . . .Page ,: Cents Copy
month s 10-year average of 3.78 inches. Claiilfledt. . . . .Poge.", .n Issue Thursday May 20. 19H2 USPS 062-700

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Just five of approximately 980 .>J"t';: >.',.
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students enrolled at Bradford High
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School earned straight-A's for the ,'... .. .
fifth six-weeks grading period ending (:.it"'! ;" to improve the efficiency of -A new clarifier which separates liquid -
April 21- ( K'< the Starke sewer plant were submitted from solids. The unit will replacea

18, to the City installed in
Tuesday night, May polymer feeding system
38 more BHS students or 3.88 .r
Commission by Engineer Jim Lucas.It 1972 when the federal government
cent, earned all A's and B's for placeson 4; .J
ip A was a relief for the city council moratorium on addingnew
.1! declared a
the A-B honor roll. The 43 students k' .
I which has a June 1 deadline to submit customers to the treatment
A's and B's comprise 4.39 .
earning "j the revised plans for a $721,000 grant system because of the inefficiency in
980-member student
percent (of the Y \
\\4' request to( the U.S. Environmental treatment of sewerage.In .
dy.StraightA 7 ','11 6r' Protection Agency regional office in 1972 the city was forced to add

students are: as c,+* Atlanta. chlorine to the system, at first by
k fI "I'd hate to have been in the hand.

., engineer's shoes the hours I imagine
Gina Lane, a senior, daughter "
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lane of Starke. t they've had to put in," said City Clerk Convert the present digester's
Miss Lane is enrolled in applied math, I.k Neil Tucker. Engineer Lucas didn'targue operation from anaerobic which uses
advanced English, law studies \ .1 the point. bacteria which manufacture their
The city is supposed to be Number 2 aerobic, using
Spanish III, French IV, and is a s Ry if( own oxygen
teacher aide.Richard on EPA's new list, and, if the moneyis bacteria which require oxygen to live.
r h ever released this third step of the Lucas explained the conversion is
a multi-year EPA grant will probablybe because aerobic treatmentof
Trainor, senior. son of necessary
Mrs. Edna Martin of Starke. Trainoris C 4 ty iir.Jt..1 funded, says Mayor Vernon Silcox. sludge is much faster than with
enrolled in applied math, band, law The city is asking a 75/25 federalcitysplit anaerobic bacteria plus the rest of
studies, sociology, and British making the EPA portion of the the system is aerobic.
grant total $491,375 and the city's much water Mill flows
literature.. He is also enrolled as an por- Too ground
early student in Santa Fe Community t tion $229,625 into the treatment plant via leaks in
.,' College where he earned straight-A's Plans are for the city to sell revenue sewer lines Lucas said when ques-
In marriage in the family, business certificates to finance the sewer plant tioned by city commissioners. The excess
math, physical science, and prin- work and the parallel electrical tie water lessens the efficiency of
ciples of math. .i with Florida Power & Light, A special the treatment plant.Commissioner .
meeting is set Tuesday, May 25, for a Jimmy Crosby asked

Brian Davis, a junior, son of Mrs.J i 11. public hearing on the EPA grant request Utility Supt.! Merrill Dees to find
Bonnie Davis of Brooker. Davis is t > and another one is set Wednesday the leaks in the sewer lines identified
enrolled In algebra I, anatomy & .'\. ot June 2, to hear proposals from under an earlier EPA grant by in-

physiology, art advanced PE, ad- 'fiscal agents. troducing smoke and TV cameras in
J vanced American'' literature, and k The new work on the sewer plant sewer lines. Once Dees has that Infor-
: American history. became necessary!: after the new mation at hand Crosby!: said the coun-
y Reagan administration took over and cil can devise a multi-year plan to

'Deborah Roark, a junior, daughterof the regional EPA office in Atlanta gota begin correcting the leaks by using
of Mr. and Mrs George Tomasovitch ; ,6t new boss. Plans to improve the what manpower is available.

of the Lawtey area. Miss Roark Is ___.___ .. ____ Starke sewer service by building a Lucas 'say's' the efficiency of the
;:t enrolledIn shorthand; advanced -- .'-." t,Mo-r---I : ; ; system to "spray, ,effluent on the sewer plant .is good enough to meet
.J American history; plane geometry, Top'5 Academic'Students at BHS... '> /f "' former airport site on US-301 south of current statcVfclreani: ilandards except
I,. advanced English, and town were rejected by the new EPA in limes of extreme! wet
typing chemistry. These 5 students are the only ones to( earn slraijibt-A's They are ,(l-rf Brian Davis. Gina .n.1 administrator. weather. At such times the flow of
at Bradford Hlgh during the filth 6-weeks! grading Trainor. Michelle Kimutis. and Deborah Instead using new data gathered ground water into the sewer system

'Michelle Klmutis a sophomore, period. from Alligator Creek the EPA office will be too much for the treatment
I now says there is less nutrient after the improvements
of and Mrs. Edward plant even
daughter term. Miss Lane has earned straightA's Cathy Martin Julia 'Pendarvis Sophomores: Gwendolyn Brown
material going into( the creek from the made.
is are
Miss Kimutis
'I Kimutis of Starke. three times and Davis twice. Robert M. Starling Karen Thorpe Mike Christmas, Timothy Gonzales,
and the is
enrolled in BSCS, world history, plane George Levasser, Kenneth I.azzaro sewer plant, problem not as Therefore the city's problem is
Charles Williams.
bad as thought. So. EPA is Leaks into the
and originally two-fold.
geometry, chorus, English, typmg. Theresa Ricks, Faith Roberts, Nancy says
A-B Honor Roll now recommending improving the efficiency must be !stopped as wellas
Juniors: Susan Alvarez Beth Fran- Roberts, Darrell Wagner Juice Wise. sewer system :
of the .
II Seniors: Tina Best Angela Boyett, cis, Kimberly Lf wson Victor Letts sewer plant.To the improvements made to the
Miss Kimutis, Miss Roark, and Vickie Carver, Tammy Hersey, Stuart Pauley, Donna Prescott Kevin Freshmen: Brenda Bawek. Philip treatment plant.
Trainor have earned straight-A's all Valarie Hightower, Martin Hunter, Scheetz, Robin Stern; Bonnie Crews Connie Moody Andy Nguyen, do this. Engineer Lucas is Supt. Dees said!! he will begin im-

I five six-weeks ,!of the 81-82 schoolI Salaheia( Jenkins, Paula Joiner, Whitney. Donald Thornton Stephanie Redding. steps recommending: in his new plans three See Sewerage.... P.SAI:

\ I'I,I,I $545,092 On Line When Teacher Bargaining StartsTeachers I

.1.1I and the administrationwill Casey is in process of rounding up policies other than health. Coverage tractors involved in a failure to repair ty on Lincoln City Road which was
I: get down to their annual financial information and is still get benefits are far superior in many or replace a shunt trip safety formerly the Thurston Elementary
::1 "bargaining" talks in June or earlier. ting information from the state on areas to the present policies accor- mechanism in the new building at the School. Casey said!! he board needs to
... Supt. Tom Casey said Monday night. funding which he plans to pass on to ding to Business Director Mike Red vo-tech center "The)' only looked at find a way to get rid of the unneeded
May 18, after a 20-minute secret session school board members. dish who has worked on establishingthe the shop drawings" said Operations property, as he thought has been ac-
: with the school board to begin program for two years and who Director Lcnnard Register. Nobody complished. One !solution: would bo to
establishing parameters for the upcoming 'In other action at the May 18 explained it to the school board. at a except the school !staff: has looked if deed it to an adjacent church. The
: negotiations. meeting, the school board! :' May 3 work session.It the wiring is done as the drawings sayit property has been used as a recreation -
.f should be. Register added. School site for the community.
Salary, changes caused by new school is hoped the cost will be con- have unable
Tentatively adopted a new officials been to gel
siderably reduced in the future Re-entered into an with
legislation; insurance such as the new calendar for the 82-83 school term. years. anyone'connected with the construction
beginning teacher program and the Pointing out the calendar is a to look into the matter."Really the Starke Nursing!! Home to use!!
school calendar will be the The new self insurance program is Soulhside Elementary as a !shelter! incase
main bargainable BEA President
topic, based when we have to go to this of
THURSDAY. MAY 20 topics at Issue this year says a Julie Miller said the union has no ob- establishing a $350,000 reserve extreme, we have some problems. We emergency.
BHS SPRING SPORTS BANQUET spokesman for the Bradford Educa- jection to( the board tentatively adopting fund plus a $1 million to $5 million need to understand that." said Board Learned after Chairman J.T Par-
backup with Llo'd'sof
Stark Coif 1 Country Club tion Association, the teacher union. the calendar. Considerable policy program Member Arthur Gaskins. rish questioned!! the problem that
London in of
. 7 PM 0....l Spakon Jimmy Corn. Extra planning time and some type of review has been given the calendarby catastrophy. case a major Okayed a request for state fundingof Poole Roofing Co. has not contacted
FRIDAY. Maw 21 minimal compensation will be asked all personnel said Supt. Casey. a -42,000 library media project. Operations Director Lcnnard

.. SALAD LUNCHEON for monitoring instructors new beginning responsible teachers for, Pre-planning begins Aug. 24 and Approved plans for a summer '. Supt. Casey said the project will cost Bus Register cafeteria about roof.repair Parrish of the said leaking he
I1AMto1PM the BEA students will return to school Aug. 30 swimming program. David Smith $1,200 more in local matching funds
Donation $2 spokesman says. but will additional for the has a May 6 letter from Poole Roofing
) on the new calendar. The 82-83 term community education coordinatorwho net $9,361
" ; United l Mthodl.t' Womn The bargaining will be only on will end June 7 for students and June heads up the swim program said project. Had the return been less indicating the firm which installedthe
Methodist Church Fellowship' Hall reopeners topics the administrationand 10 for the staff.Approved the swim program is planned the first which he thought for a time it wouldbe roof would look into the problem.

teacher union agreed in last two weeks in August. Dates and times Casey said he was prepared to Was told by BHS Principal Jim.
SATURDAY. May 22- year's talks that can be reopened this purchase of 20 color should be in students' hands before drop the program.!! But since the Duncan that the young people of
; RUMMAGE SALE 1:30.5:30 year, plus any new issues. television receivers at $315 each school is out, Smith said. Cost will be return was so good he recommendedits Bradford County conducted
Old Texaco Station UJ-J01 most of which will go to Southside and $10 per student and $30 maximumcost continuation. themselves very well at Grad Nile at
All Proceed go to BHS $545,092 in actual new state monies Starke Elementary Schools under a per family. Approved a Comprehensive Disney World. .
Exchange Student. Fund will come into the Bradford school federally funded media project according I Health Educat ion Plan to be operatedin "The young( people did themselvesvery
t.,', district in 198283. Supt. Casey says to Mrs. Lucille Payne. who is Was told by Principal Connie connection with the consortium."I proud. You would have been proud
SATURDAY. May 22 that figure has been confirmed to handling the project. Clark that rough plumbing is about think we have a pretty good program of them had you been there" Dun
SHIINErS PARADE him. A decision on how much millageto completed on the Hampton Elemen- ," said Curriculum Coordinator can said.
Sterling at 10 AM levy locally also will have to be Gave permission fo seek bids on tary addition. Supt. Casey said a pay Lucille Payne- Teachers go through
CHICKEN DINNER made in new budget talks upcoming students insurance and/a welding request from the contractor and ar- in-service workshops and utilize what CelebrationSet
12 4 PM this summer, machine for the votecttenter.. chitect arrived late and was not on the they learn in the classroom.. May Day

Stark Elementary May 17 agenda. Approved a job description for the by Lawtey Rec
.But Casey points out, new
School Ca1.t.rIoMONOAY. any Authorized participation in a new created of director of
newly position
funds will have to be spread over In- A May Day celebration is being
risk management program which will 'Was told by Supt. Casey that In- personnel services and secondary
creased operating costs such as planned May 31 at 11 a.m. by the
24 be operated by a education consor- stallation of .
utilities and will have a ceiling and sinks is the curriculum and instruction. The Recreation
include Lawtey
to Department.
BRADFORD COUNTY salary increases for custodians bus tium based in Palatka. Eight or nine only thing holding up completion of board changed the required years of All proceeds will be donated to the
COMMISSIONERS MUTING 1 PM drivers, principals, and non- school districts are participating.Cost new cafeteria kitchen at the middle experience in administration or John Hamilton Fund.
school. That will be done over the supervisory positions from 9 to 10
instructional Plus John Bradford Middle
23 employees. any the first year will be$93,393 for said.Oka'ed a
'salary Increase for teachers will also Bradford district about what the summer Casey years.Was School student and the son of Ira and
AMERICAN LEGION POST 94 increase their Social Security and school system has been paying under Richard told by Supt. Casey it has Odessa Hamilton of Lawtey, recently
El.ctlonof Officer Meeting retirement contributions. its bidding program for all insurance attorney Welly'srequest recently been discovered the school had a leg amputated because of
to file
legion Hall 1 PM a court against con-
board still owns the "=-acre of proper- cancer.


i BOARD South PFA MEETING BANQUET Elementary. 7i30 PM Remaining Firemen to Plan Protection for Entire County... I

School Cafeteria Remaining members of the County'Fire Volunteers "to quit" and turn In their designate new areas of responsibility to do. for everybody." He said that no the rural areas. It is estimated that
71:10: PM Council will meet at 7:30: p.m. equipment because of dissatisfactionwith for the five remaining departments: formal resignation would be submit- the half mill would bring in between
Monday, May 24; at Heilbronn Springs the three-year delay by the Coun- Brooker. Lawtey Theressa New ted to( the county "We just quit." $50.000 and $60,000 annually. Since the
: THURSDAY. MOT 27 fire station to map plans for com'plete ty Commission in coming up with an"adequate" River, and Heilbronn Springs. volunteer departments will not

SENIOR CITIZENS coverage of the county (except funding program for thecounty's "The county will have fire protec- Mosley, who has spearheaded efforts receive any money under this plan until
: COVERED DISH LUNCHEON Starke) "until we get the Bradford eight fire stations. The lion," the Commissioner said. to obtain financing for the November 1983. Mosley said he had
Meriraalit Church 12 Neon Volunteer Department reorganized" Graham station is under the jurisdiction .
volunteer firemen for the past two suggested that the funds in an equal
...- ..... .. County Commissioner Lawrence of the Bradford Volunteers and i Commenting on the recent decision years, said that the "binding" amount be provided from the new
Mosley said yesterday. was also included in the decision to to quit Harty Green a former chief referendum recently authorized by fifth cent of the sales tax in 1982. No r
The meeting was called following a quit.Mosley and charter member of the Bradford the Commission would provide for a commitment to do this has been made j
May 10 decision of the Bradford said the Fire Council would Volunteers. said."It was a hard thing one-half mill tax for fire protection in by the County Commission, however.

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\ I i iI"t t'I> PaTELEGRAPH i May 20, 1982 _.

,Ai Brooker Looks to Increase Dump Hours l- I

1 I Commissioner Steve Nipper asked Shelled out $1,500 to pay' ject. The remainder of the money will
.1' County Commissioner E.W. Hodges Hodges if he would check with the Mechanical and Chemical EquipmentCo. be paid to Chairman Joe Tolleson, Engine
< came before the Brooker council to county authorities to see if they would of Brandon for finally repairingthe Mayor Blake Hamilton and Clerk LIn-
discuss the possibility of increasing da Robinson who will also spend extra
ad- water
Brooker finance two city's pump.
,\, the number of days that the town agree to help
ditional days per week. Hodges time working with Blinn on this pro- eBearings
I dump is open. ': Voted to $200 to the ject.
I agreed to bring the matter up at the spend revamp
said he
Hodges bulk of the ..
county commission at its next city's charter. The money /
complaints from county residents meeting June 7. will be spent on legal fees to city attorney Gave Clerk Linda Robinson the
Lj' about the current two-day, Tuesdayand Roger Blinn, who is paid $40 task of finding out how much it would
Saturday 10 a.m.S p.m.hours of In other action at the May 11 per hour. Blinn estimated it will take cost the city to replace the floor tile in DESERVE THE BEST!
of town
r operation for the dump east bout three hours to complete the the city hall. _
I on SR-18. He also said that the county meeting, the Brooker Council: pro-

t I had received a citation from the Found transmission problems con-
t'' D.E.R. because of prohibited tinue to disable one of the city's fire
Sewerage MACHINE
i material found In the Brooker dump. trucks. Just when it seemed that the (From Page 1A)
Because garbage other than fixed seals in the
rl truck was finally ,
household items is left in the compactor -
transmission blew out, again render- -
and trash are not mediately fixing leaks he knows Lucas said. Dees said if someone willshow SHOP
I had
it useless. Wayne Ellis, who
I separated, and trash is left anywhere contracted ing to repair the vehicle, will about, and has repaired a few leaks, him that leak. he'll definitely fix
when residents have access to the un- already. its
the seals at cost. In a -
manned dumps left open after regular replace One particular leak Is near Starke Lucas said there are problems SERVICE
item of com
Comissionhas separate school where the throughout the system of sewer lines.
working hours, the County mission voted to Ellis an additional Elementary' sewer
found it impossible to allow the pay work line has been broken open at the top One particular problem is an ...
for repair on
$50 separate
compactor sites to be open more and is being used as an open drain overloaded 6-inch line on Orange ... Engine
the truck's torque converter.
needs be
hours. Street which to replacedwith
-- ,. an 8-inch line. Where brick 'e 5 BearingsEngine
r rs .yZ streets have fallen in are indicationsof
breaks in sewer lines, he said. .

In other action Tuesday, May 18, -
the council:

L-4J Rebuilding
Okayed the establishment of a
policy book, in which all policies and
rules set forth by the commission will

have the effect of an ordinance, and meet your needs for prompt, professional
t will be written down and placed in the trained technicians
service with our
book so the council will know at. all
times what its policies are. The move modern equipment. Plus, a full selection of quali

J was made at the suggestion of Com- Engine Bearings.
: missioner Crosby who is in charge of the name Is NAPA, the standard Is quality.
the charter revision.

t Was on told suggested by Crosby changes that paperwork to the- Motor Parts Co. Inc.

charter is now 5-4 inches thick. So far, 155 W. Brownlee 964-6060
-4 the changes are very non-
I -. controversial, Crosby says.
I Set a workshop on the contract Western Auto
'Y with the police and firemen's union
after the special meeting June 2 to Associate StoreGlidden's
,1 LAYbq + r 5.1I hear proposals from fiscal agents.

.. Schaefer Placed in Commissioner charge of Christmas Charles I 3 0l [3cm .

'1 tit1 decorations, an appointment made by
Mayor Vernon Silcox

Declared Saturday May 22, BEST Exterior Oil Stain
Shiner's Day in Starke. Locals
# Shriners plan their biggest paradeever \ Both solid and semi-transparent
,. Saturday morning.

-i- Raffle to Aid IIGAI.lON

s siiA Dixie Youth SetA

raffle to raise money for the Dixie 'f
Youth and Dixie Boys baseball
t 11 BUS Students Earn Honors in Spanish in State Contest... in Starke will be held Wednesday programs -

These 11 BUS students represented the Tornadoes In June 2, and tickets are availablenow. SAVE
the State Spanish Contest at the Marrlot Hotel in Orlan- MAI?Setting the highest award, a sobre salients were:' .
do last week. Hunter for his declamation, a memorized The ticlcosting $1 apiece are G6dde 's BEST Latt" Fi': "'''.p, pofo 1i
They are (I-r): speech; Cheryl Furrow for a declamation.and an 1m-'. available through players and
FrontCheryl Furrow and Jane Chastaln. promptu speech. coaches, and at the concession stands
Second rowGina Lane Jody Griffis l.ynn toper. .Jan*CnasUin. Cathy Martln.-and Henry Browder-.It-. and Old Armory Rec.Department of, .
Standing in rear- Tina Best Renee,Shipman. Martin 4ft received the second; "highest?! rating called excell'nt on f 'fice. The prize is a 200 pound hog, p'r. II
Hunter, Suzanne Ball Henry Brow er*.and Cathy Mar- their [ecltffi'ia .li.t I freezer ready, donated by Ted Clark
tin. In playeT6 TIna Best Renee Shipman. MartinA of the Meat Store in Starke.
skit by the BUS Spanish team won the highest award Hunter Suzanne Ball. Cathy Martin. Jody Griffls..Gina Thd drawing is set for 5:45: Wednesday G.'I>IION
possible at the state contest, a'sobre salltnte. Lane Cheryl* Furrow, and Jane Chastain.y June 2, at Pratt St. Field. You
I need not be present to win. SAVEGlidden's

Y Tornado Talkby i THI.UDfOIDCOUNTY BEST Latex Gloss House Paint

Published avary Tru/rtdoy
r art 130 W.Call Stroat .iD99
Vickie Carver Starts, Florida 37OT1 .

Second Clan,."...paid at GALLON '

Vickie Carver Those positions not filled either by about the summer DCT Program All Start,florid.Sub.crlptlon ;:
elections, or automatic appointment, applicants must be between 14 and 21 SAVEOVEUIMmu'EYthT1 .'
Thought for the week: will be voted on by the student council years of age.Campus. Raton
In trado aroai $'.00 p.r yoar N ;(, ,
Most of today's worries are like Capers ".00.lit month.outdd.lr.d..r..i .
puddles... Seniors.... Happy Birthday Blane, om mint
I Tomorrow they will have Orders for Senior T-shirts will betaken Valerie, and Jill. See, if you $10.00 p.r yoar Auto
evaporated.END during lunches and before and had been born a few days ".SO sl.month Associate..Stor
after school for the LAST week of later I wouldn't have missed ,312 W. CatijUfeet,
OF THE YEAR school. See Mrs. Bobbie O'Brian your birthdays! 1
CLEARANCE SALE in progress at located in the Art room for details.A .
Mrs. Redding home in the front office

at BUS. She has jackets, shirts, little bedraggled and very tired
shorts, keys, umbrellas, caps, from lack of sleep, exhausted
jewelry, and other miscellaneous BHS'ers pulled into Bradford around '
items. If you have accidently 9 a.m. Saturday after a whirlwind tripto : ri ,
.aiFi; kN
misplaced any of the following items, Grad Nite. .

see Mrs. Redding. The group of '82 seniors, dates, and ______
chaperones. departed from BHS
Student Council has been very around 5:30: p.m. Friday, heading for
acitve throughout this school year. an all night excursion in the Magic .,
Quite a few new policies have been Kingdom of Walt Disney World, in tiYr
developed, and various projects car Orlando. Each year Disney honors ,
ried out. graduates by hosting various schools .....7
BHS was represented for the first
throughout the state for an adven- The name you r L trtw.F'I .
time at the Student Council State Con- turesome night in the Kingdom.

tended Hotel vention in,the held Orlando.State at the convention Five Court students of Flags along at- Disney Popular Greyhounds, bands including filled performed Sister with throughout exhausted Sledge. .._... [S

with Student Council Sponsor Ronnie BHS'ers pulled into Bradford around
Harris. Purpose of the State Convention 9 a.m. on Saturday morning. All who
was to gain further knowledge of attended were pleased with the trip to ...
student government policies, plan ac- Walt Disney World's Grad Nite, and
tivities, and get action going in stu- some are still recooperating!I I
dent government affairs. Different
Seniors need to inform Mrs. Patterson _
workshops were scheduled to instruct
innovate, and supply new where they plan to attend college. 1 $
ideas, as well as give the opportunity She needs to know so.that she can GIVING 500 'fit cq
to share ideas that work at your prepare your final transcript of your

school with other high schools from grades. IF S .
all over the state.
Congratulations Gina Lane and
"Sharing ideas was the most 1
memorable I attended, it John Riggs for being selected in
was neat relaying workshop different ideas and 1982-83 edition of Who's Who Among ..Am&um.u.a ,al..... I.u....... ,>,.
American High School Students. '
commented."I attaining new. ideas," Lenore Welty 111' $11000 1110.00 110.110 1100.00 otmdlanttpTSa

enjoyed getting to see how* dif Seniors should be sure to write your tarot' 811000 11..110 naa.ooQGJalJlIIT 1700.00 .
ferent councils worked," said Class Prophecy and place it in the box 111O.DQ aoo.oo 1200.00 1330.00 atz norroaoowaat TLATma

Michelle Stilwell. Phillip Crews, at the attendance counter. They IDIQ lIT aso.oo AOO.IIO USO.oo 130000 '
should be submitted u ; ::
Dawn Scott and Sue Smith also at- by Friday, May .T
21. TOLLTIAL11aiL r
tended. POUa.&upNc & L
Student Council elections were heldon .
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Congratulations to the and
last for boys iii
Tuesday May 11, the upcoming State ROa2Tt
school year. Edwards Crews, Boys
elected without opposition, is the new set a new school record in the Na.l.ct.r.s'. C..Wt.d ""

\, studend follows body president. Results are 440-reIay Hawkins of broke 43.3 two seconds.of her Pam own lt.bc... Aro '
as :
Student Council Secretary: Lisa records: the long jump of 17 ft. 11'/i a1DeTOHOE ." ':
Lawson 59 Renee inches, and the 220 of 25.02. We are
Wimberly 50.
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proud of you)I ails.ran '
Jr. Class -President: Lari Ann .
Johns 13, Michelle Klmutis 31. _. j-HO' NEED TO WAIT '
All girls interested in the Flag Corp I Qu.(%.
Senators Brenda
Sophomore : ,
should FBOM SUFT
contact Mrs.
Deborah Wood-
Baweck > :
33, PJjillip Crews 43,.
RosalandLennon 21, Alan Rogers 7, fin. Training sessions start May 24.
Sue Ellen Smith 34.The 3 highest vote .
getters were elected. Information on the CETA Summer DENMARK
President: Stephanie Youth Program is now available at :
Ruing the front office. You'must comply
12, Welty 34. W
434 Call St
Nobody entered races for many offices with the information sheet In order to _
and others had only one candidate complete and application for summer ,; -__
; therefore, some students will employment. Those 11th and 12th 964-5825. :-- ; .

automatically be installed Into office.:. should also for see the Mr.summer Costello program : ,

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L ',j !U, n r Accountants Give Clean Bill of HealthTo


Hampton Despite OverspendingHampton's

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town council made like itself." Davis said. "If the loss con- charter up for public vote in the
: the Federal government with deficit tinues you either have to transfer September. 1982 election.
spending last year but accountantsfor monies over from the general fund or The first meeting is set for Tuesday
the town gave assurance at the increase water rates.' night, June 1, at 7 p.m. at city hall.
a J .? May 20 council meeting that there's He also warned the board to not get
nothing to fret about. into the habit of overspending the Also:
An audit given by the accountingfirm budget as they did in 1981.
W f of Davis. Monk, and Farnsworth The audit report Davis explainedalso The council agreed to have attorney
.''a V yt, showed Hampton took in a total urged Hampton to adopt a Marshall draw up some procedural
revenue of $54,027 but spent $69,351for uniform accounting system and clean guidelines governing the
I 7; : the fiscal year ending September up some minor deficiencies in its town's1 meetings. She suggested the
30. 1981. meaning they lost $14,542 for bookeeping.In guidelines, saying they "would make
the year. But Mike Hogan the firm's the meetings more streamlined and
spokeman explained to council other action the board resurrected give the townspeople more of a
mop sN dY4 members that "In prior years you've the idea of rewriting the city chance to contribute."
had excess revenue over. expen- charter. Attorney Mary Marshall had Also discussed was the possibility of
lwwi.wr ditures and have built up a fund ex- the proposed charter that was turned using a P.A. system on meeting I
cess. This past year you just dipped down some 5 years ago and suggested nights so citizens can hear better and
into the till so to speak." using that as a base and having posting an agenda in advance of each
The water fund for Hampton's first- periodic "town hall" type meetingswith meeting.The .
year water system was the primary a charter revision committeeand
culprit in the town's losing money as citizens sharing opinions. council learned from attorney
the water system showed an Council chairman John Evans Marshall that the small cable TV
dfi operating loss of nearly 9000. Davis repeated his call to update the charterin operation that was investigating
a +C."ew. .. fAn recommened that Hampton clamp "clean simple language" and opening a franchise in Hampton has
------ down harder on those served by the gave full support to Mrs. Marshall's decided against such a move at this
Award-Winning Group of BMS Math Whizzes... water system who aren't paying their suggestions. On a motion by Jane time. But Mrs. Marshall said she has
Teacher Peg Stanwlx-llay just knew her 6th and 7th this is the only time anyone has ever won in It." Mrs. bills on time or who haven't paid at Haddock the council unanimouslyvoted I drawn up a franchise contract and
grade gifted match class at the middle school was a Stanwix-liay said proudly. "This Is a crazy bunch of all."The to proceed towards setting up will keep in case another company i is
special group and they proved It recently by winning a kids but they really are a fantastic group. They're doIng water department has to be town meetings designed to formulatethe interested in bringing TV cable to the
Regional first place in a contest sponsored by the word problems that high school kids can't solve." run like a business it should pay for charter. Hopes are to get a new area.
Florida Mathematics League. Pictured are: from left'to right. Shannon Abrams
The 6th grade students took a math test In March Robert Boone Tommy Len Jones (bottom), Bo Bishop
with the top 3 scores counting towards the competition Shcrrl Ilarrell Richie, Taylor !Mrs. Stanwit-llay,
against students of the same age from other schools. Jonathon Rowe Kenneth Wayne Owens Todd Gillen. Ed Crews Wins Top
Their scores came back recently with a trophy and the waters Cathy Ilatmaker (below), and Deena Cox.:
word that they had come out on top. The 5 high scorers were in order: Taylor Bishop
"We've had kids from Bradford County take the test Owens and Gilenwater and Boone tied for 4th.
before from here and the high school but I'm positive BHS ROTC AwardCadet

Major Edward D. Crews has police color guard drill team
I been named the most outstanding physical fitness and marksmanship.Col .
City OK's Parking Use for KinneyThe junior ROTC student at Bradford
High for his knowledge in academics William L. Otte the senior Army
military leadership and appearance. instructor also honored eight

Starke council will allow a the back side faces the dead-end of .Okayed a $3.25 per year franchisetax senior graduates in the JROTC program
'fence to be built on city property on Weldon Street.In on vending machines. City Clerk Winner award of which the most outstandingcadet with a Certificate of Completionand ,i'
was presented by
east Weldon Street so electrician Neil Tucker said he will by the a silver dollar.
other action May 4, the council: go BHS Principal Jim Duncan was
his trucks in
Wayne Kinney can park
total number of vending machines a
determined by the staff and faculty
safety.. The Western Steer Steak House provided "
.Okayed the $6,200 repair of a new company owns in charging the tax members of BHS and JROTC instruc
Kinney is to have a draft of ad a meal for two for the most
added to
heat for the electrical charging for new machines tors. Crews was also awarded the Sojourners
agreement drawn by an attorney. Ci- the total but not charging for Award and also has been outstanding Cadet of the Year
plant. I
Is to review
Attorney Terry
ty machines which removed from
are elected Student Council president for Cadet :Major Edward Crews
the agreement to be sure it avoids the Was informed by city attorney the total. The council approved 4-0 the 1982-83 school term. ,
,city property becoming Kenny's properly Terry Brown that a grievance has amending the city's licensing or-
by use. Kinney told the councilat been filed against the city by the dinance.Set Cadet Captain Brenda A. Master
its May 4 meeting he only wants a unionized electrical workers becausethe was presented the Order of the Worl Memory Of
place to park his half dozen or so city line crew was used to raze the a $25 per year license for local Wars award for her outstanding performance W.T. PrevattWho
trucks which are now being vandalized brick building across from city hall radio station WPXE. Station as Color Guard commanderfor di.d May 25 1981
to some extent. owned by the Rosenberg family manager Larry Bruner said WPXE the JROTC program.
Brick from the building are to be usedon was unaware it was supposed to buy a
is the with
Kinney to provide city city license. The fee was not part of Silent thought a secret tear k..p I
"several keys to the gate he plans toerect. the city police station. Superior citation awards are also
the city code but was written in by your m.mory ever near. Deep In ou r
Kinney the son of Mrs. Carolyn Councilman Jimmy Crosby said he presented to one cadet out of the LD
rRedgrave, said he recently returned will bargain to change the contractthe hand, noted clerk Tucker who said he Year group. LD-I was awarded to thoughts you will always stay, loved anc
from south Florida and plans to go into electrical workers have with the will not pursue collection of the Cadet Corporal Alan Rogers LD-II to remembered .v.rydoy.
business here again. city.The council noted it needs to holda license fee for past years. The radio Cadet Major Jackie C. Holt and LD-
:- The property in question runs north workshop on the contract in the near station has operated 25 years in III to Cadet Major Yong Hui Hankerson. Jo All.nBr.nda
Starke. Mama <
future. I
'and south on Thompson Street and on Grandmother

Awards were also presented to'': r
cadets for their excellence in military

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be spent on scholarships for the Cabinet have been encouragingthe
"Association FormedA deserving senior FFA members to patrol to have a 100 man task
sponsor the chapter steer project force highly trained in handling riot
I new association to promote vocational sending a student to National FFA control situations" Colonel Eldrige
agriculture is being formed of Convention and other projects on Beach patrol director said. believe in
former members of the FFA former which the board will determine.For .
agriculture teachers parents of
more information, contact PLEASANT HOPE
nembers and formermembers,
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ural youth of Bradford County. risk.
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\\1 First Annual Banquet for 'Excellent' Rated:, Bradford High :School. ,' Band

II !'P'\1'' Honors Won at Tallahassee Meet ih 1 I

'' An excellent rating in both playing drum solo.LeAnn .
and sight reading was won by the
t; Bradford High marching band in the Flynn, a sophomore and the
( recent state contest at Tallahassee daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles
'I Flynn of Starke, earned an excellent
//1 An excellent rating the second rating on a snare drum solo and a

.. highest is good in the state contest, xylophone solo.

Ij says Band Director Mike Woodfin The band will march and play this
who is obviously very proud of the Saturday, May 22, in the annual
,'I i Tornado band this year. The band Shrine Club parade, and will also play
I j competed with 30 other high school for the BUS graduation ceremony '- :

bands. June 4.
j _
i Faith Roberts a sophomore who The band also played in concert for ,
(q! play the French Horn, earned the only all school students in the county 9 S. .5
II' superior, the highest, rating at Students from outlying schools were .
i state Faith is the daughter Mr and transported in to BUS for the concert. i -J

Mrs. Walter Ix>tt of Melrose.i I
Numbers the band played in the : I
i :
S. I
; D.J. Riddick junior and the son of state contest were Nobel Men March, .
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Riddick of Hampton. Overture for Winds, and Chorale & ti ;; i

got an excellent rating for a snare Cappriclo. -1-.y, 11 1 a aO I

I\"' Awards Presented Saturday NightThe I

.. .. 'I I IA II II IM It

ElJr: :OltX'AtLS O : : Band banquet first annual Saturday Bradford night was High a Thomas Rennie Powell Lennon and John Paula Clark.Shuford Joiner, Greg, 1

: super-mix of red and white Thornton Bryan

'. streamers, beaming and blushing Director Woodfin announced the
. '. award winners, guest speakers,and a naming of Terry Baldree as drum
) topping of proud parents.In major for the 1982-83 season, succeeding I
trophy-winning drum major

h" Tough Out Here! musicians a tribute, Thomas to the Liley spirit, assistant of young Rennie Lennon.In .

I I director of the U.F. Gator band, the Band Booster division, cur- I
declared "A world without music is rent president Bud Tucker and
Going Going, Gone! unthinkable," and credited the arts secretary Ruth Johns received gifts
with providing a "cultural anchor for for their "beyond duty" activities
f all the world's problems of food with the band and gifts also went to

Y "West of the Potomac: It's tough out quirements has already cleared the Senate energy, and pollution." Director Woodfin, and Starke Middle

1 heren! !" and is now being thrashed out in the House. High scorer for the honors was School Band Director James Peronto.
\ Such legislation] is long overdue. The ad- senior band president Bryan Clark Past Band Booster president Don
This was the streamer headline, in box-car should continue its who went home with the Director's Brooks and wife, Lynette, were given
t letters, emblazoned across the top of a full ministration, meanwhile, Award, and the Marine Corps' John life memberships in the organizationfor ,
own efforts to reduce unnecessary ad- Philip Sousa Award. Clark, son of Mr. their work during the past year.
page ad in the New York Times on May 4.
ministrative regulations, so long as their and Mrs. Connie Clark of Hampton Peronto served as master of V

j The ad was an attempt by Lone Star In- removal would not threaten basic health, safe- Lake, also won his share of laughs ceremonies; Rev. Levy Lennon

dustries, Inc., the largest cement producer in ty, or consumer protection standards. with an account of band "sharps andflats" delivered the invocation and benedic-
his school .
during high
years.In tion. Mrs. Annie Alvarez cafeteria
the Western Hempisphere, to gain the atten- Reduce federal deficits. Deficits, after all, other awards presented by director and Don Brooks received

tion of Congress and the Reagan administration are the culprits causing high interest director Michael O. Woodfin, Lynn program credits for the dinner Superior...
to the fact that, in short It's tough out among Futch won for Most Improved
rates, since the federal government must bor- Freshman Faith Roberts for Most The Tornado band established a Faith Roberts earned a superior
here. Not only west of the Potomac but north
row heavily. To reduce deficits, and thus limit Improved Sophomore, and Denise music tradition at BHS by receiving rating, the highest posslMt'ith her'
south and east well. And it doesn't affect
as superior ratings in local concerts and French Horn solo
federal intervention in credit markets, groups Griffis for Most Improved Junior. at the slate hand
just big corporations, like Lone Star, but small like the National Federation of Independent Receiving B-letters were seniors local and district marching contestsfor contest. It was the only superior per

businesses, too who often seem lost and Business are calling for a repeal of current Lex Green, Wynette Joiner, DewayneThe the past 14 years. formance by the BUS band.
forgotten in the shuffle.So .
tax-leasing laws authorized under the 1981 tax-

far this year, nationwide, there has beena cut package, as well as a freeze on nonessen- Chamber Singers and Soloist Win Superior in Choral Contests I

49 percent increase in the number oft tial new federal spending.: The taxleasinglaws

bankruptcies, topping the 1981 increase of 43 clearly serve large firms and do little to The Chamber Singers and soloist Lou Diemer, "0 Domine Jesu" by in the ..i

percent. Wealthy corporations can purchase spur productivity. They should be either Lois Moore from Bradford High won Palestrina and "Fanfare With organist University Miss Amy Auditorium Johansen, with

f full page ads in the New York Times and the sharply curtailed, or repealed. Lawmakers superior,ratings the highest possible, Allelvias" by Philip M. Young.' The graduate of the U of Florida a racent
Wall Street Journal to call attention to their should also seek every possible spending cut, tion the State annual Choral Florida Contest Vocal held Associa-this Fanfare was performed with the new- School of Music. The BUS chorus' accompanist .

plight. But what about the Mom n' Pop storeon starting with defense. year at the U of Florida on May 13. ly installed Anderson Memorial organ is Beth Francis,

the corner?
Increase research funds. Currently most,, The full BHS chorus won an excellent -
Last week was nationally proclaimed federal research dollars go to large torpors;) II rating, or'second- place; in"r BHS Ctiorus'Sets' Final Concern? J

10// ;'Small BusinessWeek, ," but.for all the attention tions or universities. Federal IR&D policy r I the state contest, ,t.ttJ 0fO J'
? it got, it might just as well have been should more closely reflect the actual"con'>' Daniel Martin received an-exeellent- If'. 1 l s',oi ,1 t IK mr .4
I "National Dog Food Week." With one notable tribution made by smaller firms in creatingnew rating second place, for his piano The final choral concert of the year troy English renaissanse. ,
! for the Bradford School The
solo High ChorusIs $2 admission will go toward the
exception -- a thoughtful constructive
editorial in "The technologies.There scheduled Saturday,. May 22, at 8 purchase of a new grand piano for the
Christian Science
Monitor"that The chorus earned the p.m. in the BHS Auditorium. high school which has been
right to needed for
spoke up loud and clear for the importantpart is no doubt the public, too, needs to be ticipate in the state contest by making par- Admission is$2.All proceeds will go some time The community chorus

played by small businesses in the nation's more sensitive to the importance of small straight superiors at district for both to the BHS Chorus piano fund. The has been helpful in raising money for,,
economy and suggested steps that could be business. .Greater enlightenment, in this its performance and sight-reading. public is invited to attend. the piano but much more is needed.

taken to improve their lot. sense, would eventually be reflected in better The Bradford High School Chamber Hardy welcomes donations from people -
At state, Lois Moore sang "Silent Singers a small group of singers in the community and
Under the sobering heading Out of legislative support for the small business com- Noon" by Ralph Vaughn Williams selected from the chorus, and the everyone to attend the concc-rt'4SffYouJ encourages
Business "Going munity and that in turn would mean a rejuvenation and "Sebben Crudele" by Caldara. Bradford Middle School chorus will can make a $2 donation and get ptcntj |
the Monitor said
: of "Main Streets" everywhere. be performing under the direction of of good music just by buying a ticket
Singers sang two Don Hardy. The Chamber Singers and attending **
Down on "Main Street USA" the the'concert'Saturda
nation's from the
among madrigals English "
specialize in music from the 16th cen- night, said ,
small businessmen and businesswomen, .I< renaissance, "April is in My Mistress' Hardy .h wsVI
the irony is not lost. This is Small Business Face" by Thomas Morley and "Weep
Week. Yet the statistics on business failures *' FOR Shriners Set ; 0 Mine Eyes" by John Bennet. The -LettersI.Jtu/ < SE Chorusmino, .
ce, professor of music at the universitysaid P' "' '211 ,.?,,,,,,0
released this week perhaps most symbolizedby the singers achieved"a very successful :., .QIT entS.P, .r.QgrMA1 49A abA

the collapse of debt-ridden Braniff Interna- t balance between purity and Starke Elementary The Starke Elementary Chorus will

tional airline are at the highest level] in 40 Record ",' maturity between group sound and Has No School' Spirit "M 4 >J''r1M6dlt4'hursd R" sgnt a choral :r1rWri1rtof ""iw
individual beauty. You project ? l MJM'P.J'7MTfT '
years. Most of the firms now going into W very
I i the sounds of this t chorus will be
successfully ex- ; accompanied
bankruptcy are far smaller than Braniff, Where are the days of activity ,
uberant renaissance literature. May Day -'. ('nfcmblbttrJ'l'fj>HM P @
many of them involving 100 employees or less. tif I For CharityThe ? Where are the tiay f$of both stu' Mulls'ort'the fMtf JiMfcyTfrown'\

Moreover, the "official" statistics are believed "'. Only those receiving superior at dent and parent Involvement. .. in. 'school on ,the. ,.saxophone' XM1t; Jo\\tJ( 'e
to represent only a small number of com- t district contest are eligible for state activities? tr m <<1 ;; ,Milf,; j Wm rj dQ9o J P Mb
that have slammed contest and the competition is very child duns, trim g gFofi taQShdlh114
panies actually their doors f Don My has attended'. Starke '
difficult choral
shut in recent weeks. Starke Shrine Club, which Is holding its an- director. says Hardy, Elementary for four years and this''! xyfoifootoe? Mary. j tilinstepJn! ; q@ 141
Hardy most urine
was pleased by tam
nual fund-raising dinner and parade this Saturday, school is boring. I,'as a parent have Katiiy U rider on thepf, I
the performance of both and
singing LaVon
Surely, Congress and the Reagan Administration illustrate one of Morocco Temple's finest examplesof ,groups as well as the soloists. yet to know when they elect school of' trs: Drivas Drivas, :atlhgpiarlp i nM
dedicated involvement.Last ficers. he.musicjea.c IN,4I\i
must take all community For the last four years they ; !
appropriate stepsto year Starke Shriners gave more than $16,000 "Everyone did a remarkable job at don't even have a third, or spring the director for the program: .s, is.l i ,
ensure the continuing growth and well- for the care of crippled and seriously burned b PTO just an open house and children rave put.Imt1l1) jinn)s $4
being of the nation's small business commun- children. For the she of the club and the area, the .. their state,director making"me very proud to be Christmas PTO. practice, and hard 'work for',J/,tic)
ity. Bradford and part of Clay) County Shriners are says choregraphed production, JThc; aJ1Q)
quite the Take a look at a school like Lawtey. members have also worked
likely fund-raising record holders of hard .! Pianist Martin
Much more is at stake than just preservingan Morocco Temple.In a sophomore at They have baseball teams. They make this a special program. '
BHS, performed"Venetian Boat
Song sponsor Girl Scouts. They have an an- In March the chorus held
of their
recognition a
neighborhood manufacturing past record of fund raising Mendelssohn and contest:
by "Prelude in E
nual school book. have all
firm "mom and retail for this great humanitarian charity, the local year They to design an emblem for T-shirts to
or pop" store. Although Shriners are being honored with a minor" by Chopin. kinds of sales for school mascots, be worn the night of the program.
smaller firms account for less than half the "mandatory such as jackets and tote bags athletic Terri
parade" which means that all parade units of The chorus performed "0 Come daughter of Cliff and
nation's output, they create most of the na Morocco Temple will participate In Saturday's Let Us Sing Unto the Lord" by Emma bags shirts and all kinds of things to Betty Ann Chapman and Larry
tion's new jobs. Studies also show that they parade, believed to be the largest ever staged In remember their school. What will the Crawford won the contest and her
outpace their larger-sized industrial and corporate Starke. It is expected to bring more than 3,500 kids from Starke Elementary emblem design is being silkscreenedon
visitors to the city History of St.Mark'sEpiscopal remember? the T-shirts.
competitors technological innova-
tion by a margin of as much as three to one. "We Shrine Club president beat R.S. (Bob) Mullins says. ChurchTo Each six weeks Lawtey displays The public is invited.
are out to
our own record this
year, and photos and names of straight A
Nor are we dealing with with the PublishedThe
a disappearing continued fine support and
we students also names and grades of all
Family Musical
phenomenon. On the contrary, small firms always get from our non-Shriner friends and on A-B honor roll. Starke Elementary
,\ have been blossoming in recent years as more neighbors, we can do it." history of St.Mark'i Episcopal does this occasionally. Don't you Saturday Night
and of The cost of operating the IS Shrine orthopedic Church of Starke and the Episcopal think this would the moral of the
more young people come out colleges help There will be
hospitals and three a pre-family musical
burns Church
institutes in Bradford
has risen County, has been
sharply kids
who as well their
try, as
eager to be their own entrepreneurs. In 1981 in recent years. So the Starke Shriners are written by...Sandra P. Sanders and will to have this advertised? Saturday. May 22. at 7:30: p.m. at the
alone, some 581,000 small firms were incorporated shooting for a goal of 10,000 on their chicken dinner be publishu!,within the next few mon- When kids do well they want to be Church of God In Christ. Elder Hugh
up 9 percent over 1980. sales this Saturday in order to help defray the rewarded, just like anyone else who Anderson Jr., pastor.
medical costs of the eight crippled and/or burned ths.The
does work of any kind. AU the other 1
Yet today smaller firms are being clobbered children they are currently sponsoring. first recorded Episcopal service schools in the county have field day
: by a combination of high interest rates, dif- These children, from families that could not was' held in Starke in the year at least once during the year-but not P.S. Thank you Mr. Francis, for a'
and job well done
otherwise afford the expensive treatment 1663. the congregation grew as principal. I hate ,
ficulty in obtaining bank loans cautious necessary'In Starke Elementary Come on,parents to
consumer -
these throughout the 1870's and M's see you leave if
from until
cases are Bradford and neighboring a and staff at Starke you are chosen for'
; spending habits because of recession counties. mission was formed in 1890. Elementary, put the administration
They receive complete medical treatmentat Many of, some spirit in the school. It-can t hurt Job. My child admired '
and excessive and costly government paper- no cost whatsoevr to their families. Starke's leading citizens have been it can only help. you a lot. Don't misunderstand
: work and bookkeeping requirements. The Shrine makes no distinction of race, sex: col- members of St.Mark's over the past my cnticlsm. It Is not Bended for
or,or creed. They need only know that a child needs 119 yean and their struggles and Concerned you but_of parents, and committees,
Fortunately, there are steps that can be help that his or her parents cannot afford. The red- triumphs are recorded as the church Parent and tile PTO. .

taken to help the small business community: fez wearing Shriners and their medical colleagues continued over the years. .

do the rest. That you have helped is a great comfort The book will contain approximately ...N O.. ....

\ t Reduce federal red tape. A bill that would to the Shriners. and they hope It Is to you tooll' ISO pages and 70 pictures, includinga .

'j sharply curtail costly regulatory re full page color photograph of the interior 1egraiil1
''f' of the church. It will have a soft
cover, and will be sold for $10 per e'ESTABLISHED

copy, 1179

limited edition will be printed and BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER. MEMBER
J sold on a first-come: first serve basis PubllshersPvblI.bd..ch

, Anyone wishing to pre-order may do Ttrarofey sad........., Uco..J class. Matter s th.
so by calling the church office bet- P..t Office .t Start., ,I.. MM!., Act ol M.rch I. IIn.Ik4MrtptIeft .
tJ I ... --- > ween 9-11 a.m. or contact Mrs.
'4-- Sanders Inn 7-9 p.m. Mrs. Sanders is ..... *. ....... sr.a 't p"Y-r $5 .
fta Month.
, ,:; New York receives more spices than any port; \In the world. the wife of Circuit Judge Elzie 0vtttIcI. ...... _s 11.P.r y..., ".10 Six Meftthe
$ Sanders She is a writer of history anda P"-e.(904)( )%..-4303
I Sf.rk..
1 former school teacher. FI 1orI"2Otirr


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May 20. 19112 TELEGRAPH PageSA

.; Carol Kern and Theron Yawn, III

o The Social SideGladys t Married May- 1 in Presbyterian Church I

The First Presbyterian Church in
Starke was the setting for the May 1,2
p.m. wedding of Carol Jane Kern of
Mooty jf TheSociety Gainesville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H
Joe Kem of Franklin, Ky. to TheronA.
Editor Yawn, III, of Gainesville, son of U J
Lila R. Yawn of Starke and Judge
News Theron A. Yawn, Jr., of Gainesvillewith
96..7608 Rev Cliff McLeod, Jr. performing I.q
o .
o the nuptials.For '
the occasion the altar was ,
banked with greenery including

,I I Debora Bevens and Raymond DeVoe, Jr,.fiscus Presenting trees and a scheffelera.program of nuptial rq

music were Charlotte Greene,
Married April 17 in Fort Hood TexasDebora organist and special music: duets by
: ,
11I Betsy Yawn playing the Celtic harp
r and Jim Yawn playing the flute; and
J Lorraine Sevens, of Betsy Yawn played one solo on the
__-< Killeen, Texas, daughter of Mr. and harpentitled "May Song," her
Mrs. Gerald Sevens of Starr, S.C. and original composition for the wedding.
Raymond Walter DeVoe Jr. of Lt. Jack Kern brother of the bride. -- "
1 Killeen, Texas, son of Mr. and Mrs. of Fort Bragg N. C., was an usher. >ir. ana ;Its. terry Yawn
Raymond W. DeVoe, Sr. of Starke The bride was lovely in a white chiffon The punch table was covered with a
1 were united in marriage April 17, at 9 gown with yoke of embroidered lace cloth and centered with a crystal
a.m. in the First A.D. Chapel], Fort English netting outlined with self ruffle punch bowl encircled with fern and
'\ Hood, Texas with Chaplain Paul L. ; high neckline trimmed with pastel colored daisies.
; Miller performing the nuptials. Venice lace, puffed elbow length Assisting in serving were Mrs. Bet-
) Mrs. Barbara Baldwin] organist, r l sleeves, edged with lace, and a sym ty Anne Phillips Mrs. Louise Harden,
: : .. + presented a program of nuptial ; metrically draped floor length shirt. Mrs K. S. Mullins, Miss Lillian
_--... music. Her white hat was trimmed with Stump, Miss Susan Edwards, Miss
; Wen Anderson of Fort Hood, Texas D1...... ,' Venice lace and seed pearls with back Janet Montgomery Mrs. Glenn
was best man.Pamela bow of illusion netting. She carried a Mullins, Mrs. Tom Duncan. Mrs. Hal
Williams was honor atten- I'It nosegay of white baby's breath, Edwards, Mrs. Jimmy Yawn and
.(\.-,. -r' dant and wore a yellow chiffon 3/4 colored daisies, tulips and tiger Mrs. Dorothy Salazar.
/ r.. J' :, quarter length dress covered with lilies with pink ribbons.A The wedding was directed by Mrs.
lace and featured an off-the-shoulder reception was held in the church W. H. Edwards, Jr.
neckline. She carried a arm bouquetof Fellowship Hall which was Following a wedding trip to Clear-
Mr. and Mrs. Wade Gaskins three light yellow carnations.The highlighted with greenery. Mrs. John water and Tampa the couple is
bride,given in marriage by Mr. Griffin greeted the guests at the door residing in Gainesville.The .
I Mr. and Mrs. Wade Gaskin DeVoe, Sr. wore a floor length gown and Miss Betsy Yawn kept the bride's bride has a B.S. degree from
with high open neck front with lace book Kentucky State University and a
Celebrate 50th sleeves and lace panel. She carried a The bride's table was covered witha Masters Degree in Rehabilitation
AnniversaryMr. arm bouquet of three dark yellow car lace cloth and centered with a three- Counseling from the University of
nations. Her pearl headpiece securedher tiered cake decorated with cascadesof Florida. She is employed in Personnelat
and Mrs. James Wade Gaskins Gaskins and Mrs. Mike Gaskins. floor length lace'veil.A pink roses, lilies-of-the-valley and Penney's in Gainesville.
celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Mrs. Mark Reddish kept the guest reception was also held in the k silver leaves. Around the cake was a Mr. Yawn has a Masters Degree in
I Il.
Sunday, May 16,at a recep- book. Chapel. garland of fern and pastel colored Education from the University of
tion at the Northside Baptist Church Approximately 200 guests called The couple are residing in Killeen, daisies. Mrs. David Montgomery and Florida and a graduate of U.F Law
Fellowship Hall given by their between the hours of 3 and 5 p.m. Texas. Mrs. Robert Paterson cut the cake. School. He is Assistant State
children, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Those from out-of-town were Mr. and The bride was a 1980 graduate of in Gainesville. Attorney
Gaskins, Arthur Gaskins, Peggy Mrs. Rick Bailey and daughter, Mr. Crescent High School in Starr, S.C. AIi i ,
Gaskins and grandchildren.At and Mrs. S.W. Rich and Greg King of and McDuffie High School xt,\l.. 1
points of interest in the hall were Tampa, Mrs. Wanda Goedert, Roben Cosmeotology. -- ------
arrangements of yellow roses, Fuji and James of Alma, Ga., Mr. and The groom is a 1976 graduate of Mr. and !Mrs. Raymond DeVoe, Jr. At

mums, carnations and baby's breath. Mrs. W.C. Fortner, Bartow, Vergie Bradford-Union Vo-Tech and is a SP4in ... ... ..... ...... ..... .... ....
The cake table was covered with a Colding, Lithia, Mr. and Mrs. Johnie the U.S. Army stationed in Fort
white lace cloth and centered by a Aguier, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hood, Texas where he is with the
three tiered cake decorated with gold Sponholtz, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dug- M.O.S. 63 MO Hull Track Mechanicunit. SANFORDCERAMICS
leaves and gold florets. Cutting the ger and Earl Denmark of Jackson- .
cake were granddaughters, Mrs. Rick ville, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hilliard of
Bailey and Mrs. Kenth Graudons. Valreco, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hudson of
Two crystal punch bowls were plac- Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wood, Mr. The Charles ColbertsTo PEN
ed on the punch table which was and Mrs. William Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. BIRTHSGary O
covered with a lace cloth. Presidingat Monroe Gaskins and Mrs. Doris Celebrate Saturday4OUE
the punch bowls were Mrs. Randy Johnson of Gainesville. 25th Anniversary

). F' Rev. and Mrs. Charles Colbert will May 22
,, celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary :
t at a reception given by the
; : members of the church Sunday afternoon Lee Wallace 10 A.M. to
; May 23, from 2:30: to 4:30: p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lee Wallace of
::4 ; ;,:; at the Bayless Highway Baptist Jacksonville announce the birth of a 6 P.M.
I Church, where Rev. Colbert is pastor.. son, Gary Lee, burn April 25 at the
t: tr Its All friends and relatives are invited University Hospital. He joins a sister.Amiee i .
,. [ to attend. age 3.
20 % Discount all
I Paternal grandparents are Johan on Greenware
and Gerald Crawford of Thercssa and
I Patricia Montgomery Tom Wallace of California. Maternal Door Prizes & Refreshments
Olin Lee grandparents are Cloven and. Carlton .
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Craft of Starke.
To Wed 22
May U.S. 301 Waldo Fl.
Elder and Mrs. bell Montgomery ,

a announce the engagement of their ,.s",, 1'. :,',p..,, .... .., ..,.
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daughter Patricia Ann, to Olin Lee. >4.P f ::t ... I .
of Ransom Lee of Jacksonville .I"'f... '_ '
son ;,1tg"i.'r'; ., '.
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and the late Helen Lee. ; ",,''. > < ..
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with Rev. Jasper officiating. + -yM9s;. :.><1t4t.: cc ,
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Covered DishLuncheon I .
New Hospital Auxiliary Officers... .
May 27
Officers installed .at the! Hospital Auxiliary meeting are l-r) Doris D'.
Overstreet, Rose McConnell, Mary Cissy- Linda Kay Johns, Nellie McGee, Senior Citizens are invited to the
Ada Reddish and installing officer Lucy White. regular monthly covered dish luncheon -
at the
I"" I Methodist Fellowship
Hall at noon on Thursday May 27.
Ada\Reddish Installed PresidentQfi'HQ The speaker this month will be
Diane Westcott, horticulture teacher
H pita Auxiliary Monday Night talk from about the Vo-Tech house plants.school, who will We

Plan to participate in this re prdud to
"' d "Iteddish'' was Install& 'presi-i' Gcrri Green'reported the member- fellowship on the fourth Thursday of
dent of the Bradford County Hospital ship has increased to 93 members each month.
Auxiliary.at the dinner-meeting held! with .45 active' members. The AuxIliary -
Monday night'. at Western Steer Steak.. welcomed Adeline Rahn and of
House'."1" '" ' Hazel Land, as the two newest Starke Shrlners one t einost important
Mrs.Olin White installed the follow- members., ,
ing'off leers'to serve with Mrs. Reddish Kay McKinley t reported she had Morocco Temple
: president elect, Marjorie Thom- made over 50 puppets in the past year Cookout
s6n;; first vice-president,' Rose Mc- for the children patients. Saturday jobs in the
Connell; second vice-president, Doris Barbara Cain, patient care chair- country
Overstreet; recording secretary, man, stated there will be a meeting Approximately 90 members of the *
Mary Cissy; corresponding Thursday morning at 10 a.m. to Starke Shrine Club and 25 of the
secretary, Nellie McGee; and enlighten members of duties that can Divan of the Morocco Temple,
treasurer, Linda Johns. be admininistered. The meeting will Jacksonville, had a steak cookout and
Prior to the installation Doris be held in the hospital library sausage supper Saturday night at the
Overstreet, president, presided over Bernadine Early, awards chairman R. S. Mullins farm, four miles west of
the meeting where annual reports presented hour emblems to the Ocala on US-40.
were given.Judy Moore, assistant ad- 45 active members who put in :3,393 The cookout followed the Shrine
ministrator, gave a wrap-up of National voluntary working hours in the past ceremony in Ocala earlier in the day
Hospital Week which occured year. She recognized those who have where 192 men were initiated into the
last week, beginning with the tea put in the most accumalated hours in Shrine among them Coaches
given by the hospital staff honoringthe the past years: Mrs. Early has put in Charley Pell and Norm Sloan of It's been said that American And share
Auxiliary members on Monday the most hours with 4500; Doris Gainesville, who are now Nobles of we your concern for
afternoon, May 10 and ending with a Overstreet 3000; Linda Johns, 2000; the Morocco Temple. farmers have created the eighth protecting Florida's environment.
staff picnic on Saturday. She thanked Becky Basford, 1500; Arthurine Blanchard -

all the Auxiliary members for their 1500; Marion Crosby, 1000; Did You Know.......... wonder of the world. If that. is so, Our reclamation efforts have converted -
participation and voluntary work at Gerri Green, 1000 and Gladys Mooty,
the hospital. 1200. Miss Marla Cunningham, daughterof then the Florida farmer is a giant thousands of acres of mined
Finance chairman Sandi O'Briant The 35 members and guests atten- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cunninghamof
Johnson gave a report on the money ding enjoyed a steak dinner previousto Keystone Heights, graduated from among giants. out land to profitable pastures and
making projects held during the year the installation and business Santa Fe Community College on April Because Florida farmers and And
groves. our water
including the hamburger booth at the meeting. 21 with an Associate of Arts Degree. management

fair Money, cook made books from and Hospitality these projects Shop. -. ranchers are the No.1 1 producer 15 system is so effective we recycle 90%

enabled the Auxiliary to buy for the different commodities and altogether of the water we use.
hospital a Micro Wave Oven and
salad bar for the dining room; and in- TAKING APPLICATIONS! grow more than 240 crops. The phosphate industry is

tubating manaquin; 02 Analyzer and And they do it in of be
set up a scholarship fund which Is an Orangewood ApartmentsP.O. spite some proud to your partner in Florida.
on-going project with all positions fill- tough enemies. Insects. Disease. We salute !
ed at the present time and have a Box 146 you
waiting list. Starke. Florida 32091 Heavy rain. And too little rain. All For more information about

Did You Know........... in the most infertile soil of any major Phosphate, Plants & People, write:

Mrs. Lex Green and grand- 1, 2. and 3 Bedroom Apartments featuring central neat and air; wal. to wal agricultural region in- the world. Florida Phosphate Council
laughter Melanie Green spent the shag carpeting; drapes; stove and refrigerator. We of the
veekend with Mr. and Mrs. W.H. supply one basic P.O. Box 5530Lakeland

:ireen In Tallahassee.W.T. For InformatlonApplcattonContact tools the Florida farmer needs FL 33803

+ Jackson, Sr. was in St. Louis, : Orangewood Apartments to keep up this fight -' phos '
1o. and Quincey. Ill last week on, c/o Tracy BaIt, Manager 813/646-8583
.usiness and visiting relatives. phate..based.fertilizers..
P.OBox 146 r pit .

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan of Live Starke Florida 32091 :::: -li ,,'
Oak visited Mr. and Mrs. H.A. fee
Lawson on Saturday. you

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\, I ___ ___ Club Holds
\ j Sandie Morgan and Johnny Cowart Junior Women's

i\ I I Wed April 19 in Garden Wedding Installation Banquet .,.

\ _.4 The Junior Woman's Club of Starke Outgoing president Beckie Jones
r i of
; Sandie Seleste Starke.
Moran silver trays and charms for I
and installation
I 1 daughter of Mr. DavidPowell held its annual May banquet
1 of Keystone Heights and of officers at the Western' Rookies Torode of the and Year Christie, which Torode went to!

Johnny Jackson Cowart, son of Mr. Steer Steak House on Tuesday night Tracy ;
{I II Starke ,, May 4. president's choice went to Kitten Denmark
and Mrs.John Cowart ,were
Club of
I and Woman the
united in marriage April 19, at 7 p.m. In the banquet room the tables were Hall. >car
covered with lace cloths and the head went to Joan
with lakeside
'I in a garden wedding a
'1 d setting at the home of the bride's table was centered with a beautiful Special guests for the evening were
Mrs. Warren. Mrs. Jerome Johns,
of summer lowers
Lake Geneva with Rev. arrangement
f parents on J- Mrs. Lester Crews, Mrs. Judy Dukos
i James Cowart performing the nup- Greenery was placed down the :i"
and Melanie Green
of each table.
r tials.
r'r't Mart Cowart attended his brotheras After the steak dinner the new officers -
best man. : la '7i.\ :.rk ": were installed by the senior Did You Know...........

; Miss Cindy Thomas served as maid .r,';.I....... ; \,....,. Women's Club president, Mrs. J.D.
\\1 : j of honor. She wore a lavendar lace \ #'"'-b :", Warren. New officers are president Mrs. Marguerite Hall returned last 1

gown with satin shoulder straps, satin .. \.',e. Kitten Denmark; first vice-president, Saturday after three weeks visit with
r./... .. Shan second vice-presidenl, her daughter and family. .Mr. and
around the waist with bow in back. J i\-y.... it! Phillips;
J She carried a clutch bouquet in ... ... :0. JoAnn Agin; secretary, Tracy Mrs. Robert L. Sturdivant in San
,JI I The Ladies' Choice... col1'Ct.'W. shades of lavendar and white daisies VI ?" 1t ,'. r iJll4. '.i Torode; treasurer, Iva Jean Harrcli. Jose Calif.

I 3rd from left has been and gypsophilia tied with white lace.. :'I Mrs. Warren presented each officers
L.A. Canova.
Mrs. Club. Given in marriage by her father ;' \ ,d, with a charm symbolic of the responsibility Mr and Mrs AI K. Carlisle returned
fl i lhWtth? \ rsWCa1n"ova ll-rl are newly Installed the bride wore a white chiffon over ',)oJ of each office. Tuesday of last week after a weeks

Mrs. Louis Young, first vice- satin gown with lace inserts in the p'. visit with her daughter and family,
treasurer; front and down the length of the 4 "' ,.. Mr. and Mrs Edward Ferry! at
president \ Did You Know..,.,......
I sleeves The pleated chiffon fell into a }.:\,': ". \if,>' Virginia Beachl'a.

chapel train trimmed in lace. The .,. ,., >0..: Attending the Gainesville
I Starke Woman's Club lace yoke and stand up collar were ac /" district Mr. and Mrs! R.O. Pansby visited

cented with small seeded pearls. The \ United"Day Apart"!Methodist at Camp Women O'Leno for Mr. and MRs. Rex Pansby in Ad'I(',
neck wrists and waist were all trim on Saturday Ga. last Wednesday
Held Saturday in May med with mauve colored satin ribbon. \, ... ., ', May 15 were Mrs. S,G. Denmark -
Mrs T.B.
Rahn !Mrs. J.T
She carried an old fashioned colonial Mrs. Thelma Jennings as
white with garlands ofgreenery' she 1.0t _,, Carter and Mrs. A.J. Eaves, III
A gazebo tee nosegay of mauve rubrum lilys,white weekend guests, who also attended
and white flowers was the roses, forget-me-nots and coleus tied l : ,. 1! F ." LU>:I Baptist t Homecoming: Mr and Mrs
This '
focal point in the Starke Woman'sClub with mauve satin and lace. In her hair ,\ : I' '{ Friends will regret to hear of the Walter Jennings daughter, Tina and
as members and guests year she wore a side hairpiece of the same '.,t '\. Ii< death of Gilbert S. Newcomb, Sr. who son, Waller, Robert Wynham, and

gathered for their annual May At flowers as in her bouquet. ,'.\. 1,.:, died in Orlando on May 15 Mr Mr!>. Grace Long of Mandarin, Mr
Breakfast on Saturday, May IS at A reception was also held at the ',... ,, Newcomb was manager of the Coca- and Mrs. Harlan Jennings, Jr. and
11:30 amMrs. home of the bride's parents. Mrs. 'r' I'" ," .,,>%,1.oioo'J...:.',rJ,,:?t'h, r Cola plant here for many years. At' son, Andrew of Gainesville and Mrs
J,D. Warren president of the nual tending the funeral were Mr and
Marion Powell and Mrs Shirley Cowan Carol McLendon and sons Gene and
and Mrs.
Mr. Johnny
were : Mrs J.H. DuPre and Mrs. Foster
club greeted guests and introduced Gaskins assisted in cutting the cake. Wayne Kusthcl of Jacksonville They'

I, them to new members in the receiving skirt Following a short wedding trip to The bride is a 1979! ;graduate of Smith. also celebrated the birthdays of Mrs
line including Mrs A.L. Crescent Beach and St. Augustine Vocational Technical School and is Waller Jennings and Gene Kuschel
Schuergarbtrs. Francis Merlie, Mrs. Mrs the couple is residing at 711 Thomas presently employed by Powell'sDairy NOTICEDue
Bertha Lang and Ms. Bettie Mizclle. Street. Starke.
Mrs John Griffin and Mrs. Millard black Know........... Freeze Starke. to the overwhelming amount of Mr. and Mrs HUl>ton McClarie
Old You of
The is 1979! graduate
t Judd, new treasurer also greeted son, groom a social copy' this week, several articles returned Sunday after 10 days visit I
Mrs. and Mrs. Drew Reddish Bradford High School is a member of
guests. Other new members include Mr spent ; had to be held over until next week with friends and relatives i in G'Crgi!.
three days in Richmond, Va and two the Army National Guard and is
Mrs Judy Moore and Mrs. Louis Ptequez We are srlrry for the inconvenience North Carolina and Tennessee.FRESH : Jsao ,
won days at the Worlds Fair in Knoxville employed by Florida State Prison in Gladys !Molly ,
club Tenn last week. Raiford. t
'' seated tables .
Guests 'were at I ....uu.u..u..............__..___.___..__.__... ..m..wlmlmwlmllllllIlIlm""H" H_
covered with white table cloths with
I yellow ribbon streamers centered -

with wicker baskets holding fern and
green plants. The speaker's table held AMERICAS FAMILY Dl STORE INNlllllpllllllIII
an arrangement of daisies mums and I
+ 'stock. The gazebo was surroundedwith
green trees and streamers were
attached to four corners. The stage I '
held a white trellis with potted palm ''I'I a '., 1
in front in the center and a potted j I .. % -
palm at each end of the stage. \ I ,
Mrs. R.A. Green, Sr. gave a npn n M MMli +l1VIVMrIIW .
beautiful prayer of thankfulness for III
the devotional. Mrs Alice Hudson r"'r1 ,OI
guest vocalist was introduced by Mrs.
VJ. Spenglcr; Mrs Hudson sang *, /
t three select ions accompanied by Miss A (

Beth Francis. Mrs Hudson is present. ,.."
l Iy teaching the TMR adult class at the % ARRID EXTRA I V:
Bradford Vocational Center Her goal % "
t is to sing opera and concert music, &I DRY SOLID V05HAIR :mDASPIRIN START::*
and she currently studies with Valerie 429 I

Punch was served from a silver m Silt PricedChoice . . . I,,
bowl on the table inside the gazebo. of Regular or Baby Fresh I 7-0UNCE OF 100 e Regular 3.79 199
139 3 9 .2
Honored guests were the following II scents. Limit, 1 I II
past presidents: Mrs. R A. Green, w. ? ,r I Sale, P'ced".r' .,"'r.rln' ''.v' Sal Priced ..-..,..,) Sale Priced I "....., I.a.
"" JI,1tS<1 HC. Ritch Mrs. VJ & For natural, lasting hold. Choice of For fever & headaches. Limit 1 Concentrated powder.

,lf*rii, },1rsLIA.R., Norman. Mrs. .' I ,types Limit 1 I ,,, ,'"..., ._
$;((,;{,ff// nO/l\lrti. J W Kmcaid. Airs. %I PEr ; : \ \ "

: Canova; Mrs. Delia Rosenberg, SHAMPOO --
,.Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. W.H. Thomson, I
Mrs John Griffin and Mrs. C.H. % OUNCE REVLON I '
Nasworthy Members introduced & 179 P 1 1Choice I I COTY HAWAIIAN TROPIC

A planning meeting will be held on m of Normal/Dry or Oily.Limit ,,,, I LIPSTICK COLOGNE or LOTION r '' ---
Monday', May'24, at the Western Steer 1 .,. 4.00 'I/ I.OZ. I
: Q49
.. 359 YOUR I Sale 279
Steak House ,
Family noon. I Priced .....,. I CHOICE! .." W1oz Priced ." .
thanks William
Special to Mrs
"Wilson and her committee of DAISYDISPOSABLE I Choice of assorted spray, 6-oz. allover Encourages healthy
RAZORS fashion shades. 6-oz. solid natural suntan.
Hostesses Mrs Ervin Andrews Mrs
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.M.R. Judd Mrs. J,F, Dorko, Mrs. % WITH Gillette PICIAL PACK"level OF Of'tnBy 4 lim1t'1"d
J.H. puPre, Mrs Douglas Hardy, I Twin blade shavers. Limit 2 I'I I I ;'sr

,Mrs. Charley E. Johns Mrs J.H. MeM ECHIHD.RIC' .. roil 1 /-to. N I S ZoilULl AAPRI FABERGE'SHAMPOOS GIRLS 1-PIECE I IH

Clane. Mrs. James Reddish, Mrs.W.II. w/ .IN MVM REBATI s .. ... .... .1 00 FACIAL SCRUB : SWIMSUITe at c .Q1OA
Thomas Mrs. Robert and
Ward % 2-0Z. .
Mrs ,J.D. Warren who served a % ."TlCO1r d 2-oz TRIAL 3QQCSIZE I w,." ,.... : Reg:599 9 00 ....a
I r/9 Sale 199 w .. FOROW I : :; :llw Sale .': '44' 'ubA!
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delicious meal and to William Wilson ft I BAT I '
/ Priced ....... Jojoba. Henna EFA' : Priced ,..,1. .O fa tsb
Jr. who decorated the club building so Assortedd
For a fresh healthy Sizes 7-14
assisted his mother. or Wheat Germ & .. .
beautifully by II JERGENS looking face. Limit 1 Honey. Limit 3 styles & colorsNYLONS ,- ---
At the state convention the club won g ALOE & LANOLIN
the Community Improvement Program .
award for District IV over 22 V/I LOTION 't1. VICTORIA VOGUE r 00I
clubs. The club was outstanding in the % 09 SMILES I r :;::: BR 00
competition Mrs. L,A. Canova, Sr. % 8-OUNCE 1 I DISPOSABLE POWDER '
was voted club woman of the year and m Sale Priced .." ......... DIAPERS .,.,, -=-=-. PUFFS TOTE' BAG'a,O .ra
presented with a gift Among Mrs. m I Penetrating emollient. Limit 1 BOX OF 3' ....- Reg 999 99"
Canova's outstanding achievementshave Sale 499 se'i f 20OFFREGULAR -- '/' 'lnil
m ..,.. $.". 200 .*.,
been her I Priced
active participation in m PRICES Choose from styles
educational and musical fields in connection m (10 I Medium. With elastic Soft gentle puff to 6506.. 6505, or 661,3+, "
with the club. In % CONTAC leg, Limit' 1
particular apply make-up Assorted colorsGLASS -. i9, ',

Pastor Appreciation Day M PACK OF 10 "4 39 /M d, /ASSORTED -IMW, .

May 30 at Church of God W I Sale I Priced .. ... I Ili e n l ., "r

t Time-released decongestant. -.J.-;
Limit 1
Reverend Walter F. mof
Montz pastor '
the, Starke Church of God will be m BOOKS I ETC
honored his May 'M YOUR CHOICE! I
by congregation on c 22-OUNCE
:designated' as Pastor Appreciation M } 1 :I! Req.W each '8ENTIRE 1 Regular 1.49 ....

Pay 3/1 00
': The special event is to give recogni'm I THERAPEUTIC M 99CFor .

lion to Rev. Montz for his outstanding m. / Open end or ,,,, ,,
BOTTLE OF 130 open glass. kitchen _
contribution to the community and m I 339 .,,,,, I side memo books w & ;
church as a pastor and leader. The 'A Sale Priced H'HH' appliances more.
'Montz's came to Starke in October < Multi-vitamins & minerals. MEN'-S.
1981. and since that time he has earned & Limit 1 / M
Die respect of the community and CANVAS LYSOL lJ. 0
church as a result of his dedication % STOCK OF TOILET BOWL i3
and labors of love. I CASUALS '111
Since coming to Starke. Rev. Montz 9660, 966t or D9664 ,: -
has been appointed the di!>trictOVl'rs'er SYRINGES Regular 7.99 16-ouNce ,
30% OFF
of eight churches in the WITH...CIAL cool O"U' ;
Gainesville District with Starke being CMIMOC 14" BOX OF 100 y 599Oxford '
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the new district\ church. Mre / ee Prescriptionfor REGULAR PRICES
The special Sunday service will H A"5 for syringesnleo.r ofv Step-in, Choice of pails trash cans waste Disinfects/ as it _
begin at 11 a.m.. The various depart ; 999 necessary styles. cans dish drainers & more. cleans. Limit 2
ments of the church will present the ii;. where
pastor' with special awards and required
recognitions in appreciation for his

leadership here. l Pinner will be served I KOTEX r liJI TAP-A-GLASS: STACK-N- .

following the morning service at % ;, WATER CANE ACCENT STORE ,N
12:30: p.m.The MAXI PADS '
church extends a warn hand of .
welcome to their friends and visitors BOX OF 30 199 Regular :1.99 Regular 4 II ... Regular 1.99 ee.

Of' the Community to share in this % Sale PricedAbsorbent . 299.1gallon. -
special day with them. The church is napkins. Adhesive 3500FOR

located. at 422 N. St. Clair St., Starke. strips Limit 1
dispenser Use
as end tables. Stacking baskets t'

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Engineering on May 1 with a degree Going ready! <
in Electrical Engineering. He has ac WIth Camera: Discover' !tie revolutionary Kodak Disc Camera at Eckerd
cepted' a position with The Pharmacy Service Buy it,f and well process your hot Disc order FUIE' A $600 minimum value 3q
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a summer home at Kingsley ments drugs They always try to save you money by offering Senior Prints Twice the Disc Film. and Twice the Guarantee
Lake. Citizen, discounts and generic drugs whenever possible They will T._ Wftlh Him: As port of our Famous Photo Offer, when you turn In a Kodak
you also need save you on nand lime!by constantly checking stocks to keep the drugs -+*-' Disc tor photo processing' you can buy 2 fresh Discs for !the price of 1.
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Lora Michelle Luke 1 U r f v Ministry of tho

Celebrate 9th BirthdayOn Rev. Arthur R. Lee, III

Friday afternoon May 14, Nora __ Episcopalians gathered at St.

2'. and Michelle Luke had a birthday a I Ii Marks Church Sunday afternoon
,.. party at the Show Bix Pizza Place in May 16, to celebrate the new ministryof
llr Jacksonville with eight friends attend Jt: Kev. Arthur Lee, recently called to
oJl ding. Accompanying the group was ) serve as rector. ,
i b their mother, Mrs Karen Luke, aunt, L l Following the processional. Senior
.nU.. Mrs. Donna Edenfield and grand- Warden Peg Stanwix-Hay, and Junior I
mothers Mrs Jessie Hatfield.In i 'rh 'r rr Warden Jim Holly presented Rev.
addition to enjoying the pizza + S Lee to the Rt. Rev. Frank Cerveny.
they played games and watched the Ilk Bishop of Florida. The Bishop then
II. show. Each guest was given balloons ; 44' ally i w ., r read the Letter of Institution, install
and party gifts. Nora and Michelle .( ing Arthur Lee as rector of St. Marks.
were given records.On Prior to the sermon which was
Saturday afternoon they enjoyed % I delivered by the Reverend Canon Arthur
a hamburger cookout at the a Spruill. assistant to Bishop
Fullwood home of their !grandparents, Mr. and --J Cerveny, several lay people par-
lx Nancy Mrs. Walter P. Luke in Heilbronn Spr- ticipated in the service. Ray Stanwix-
Ii'' ings. Twelve members of the family Hay read The Litany. The Old Testament -
b*... Nancy Ann Fullwood, and friends enjoyed the occasion with St.Marks Welcomes New Minister... lesson! was read by Janet

nl' Craig Lopez: them. minister are (l-r) AI Kay Carlisle. Brenda Farnsworth, Neighbors and Barbara Noegel read
Plan June Wedding Did You Know........... vested A new priest. Rev. Arthur Lee. was Instituted and In- Peg Stanwix-Hay, Rev. Lee Miranda Lee. Rosemary the Epistle.
in ceremonies at St.Marks
Sunday Episcopal LM. Jim| |loHy, Beth Bobo. Mac Baldwin, and Kay Following Canon Spruill's sermon.
fI'I.: Mrs. Lonnie Fullwood of Starke and Mr. and Mrs Ottis McKinney were Church, Members of the church vestry and the new Padgett. which explained the meaning of each
""'nounces the engagement of her guests of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Patterson --- gift to be presented to Rev. Lee. AI
.'. '"daughter./ Nancy Ann, to Craig Ray- at Rainbow Lake Estates near Spring Retreat HonoreesMr. and Marge Carlisle walked to the
Engaged Couple
'lb mond Lopez, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dunellon Sunday on the Patterson's45th Party chancel to give the first of these symbolic -
mond Lopez of Gainesville: wedding anniversary.Mrs. Report GivenAt presents The Holy Bible. The
A late June wedding is planned St. Marks Meeting and Mrs. George P. Gill, Jr. of Faye Chaff and Tommy Blackshear Induction part of the service continued -
b .r' Louise McFadden of Mobile Jacksonville and Mr. and Mrs. Sam who are planning a June 26 wedding I with the following presentations
.'n,.Ib.: ':': Ala. and Mrs. Fred Gritten and son Mrs. Terry Rieske reported on the Warren of Orange Park gave a wine The refreshment table in the dining :
Bruce of Kingman, Ind. were Fridayto Spring Retreat held by the Diocesan and cheese party Friday night at the room was covered with a lace cloth A'bbCI of Water presented by
IiiZiiE Monday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Episcopal Churchwomen in Lake City home of the latter honoring Bobbie and centered with candles. Wine and Bishop Cerveny:
Io. :j.". R.O Dansby. April 22.24 at St. Mark's monthly cheese were served to the 25 guests! Christian education texts,
b-,ht' ,a : meeting held Tuesday evening. May during the party hours. Jennifer Yvonne
:i. presented! by Brown.
iJ.rrt.. f'"WJ.Sk Attending the World's Fair in Knox- 11 in the Parish House. Mrs. Rieske Lane Tenly
0 '
Bobo, and Jane
.'i':;. ville, Tenn. last week were: Mr. and represented St. Mark's at the Stanwix-Hay:
Presents A stole, presented by Esther Stall-
Retreat ProgramFor Baptist WMUTo
Mrs. Tom Mr. and Mrs.
-.' Dental floss makes excellent Casey Ings: and Margaret Brown;
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Homemakers Club
i'bur If. material for trussing poul Johnny Hobbs Entertain A Book of Prayers, presented by
and and Mrs. W.F.Moore. .
try especially for barbecue Casey Tara Lane Tcnly presented a Flossie! Present! and Mildred Dwyer:
President Mrs. Herbert Thomas program on Young Women's GroupThe
!\ They also visited relatives in
0 The floss does not
: grilling. True False The of the
a or family safety quiz keys church presentedby
the and Mrs.
the while there. presided over meeting
t burn and is strong. area Women's Missionary Union of
very taken
the magazine "Family Jim (Holly:
Flossie Prescott lead the worship and
The voted to Safely Quiz" at the Bradford County the First Baptist Church will entertain A copy of the Constitution of Canonsof
I St. Edwards Church Hall purchase prayer program.a new coffee group urn for the Homemakers Club meeting held May the Young Baptist Women's the (Church presented by The
1 Parish House and discussed 13 at the home of Violet Crosby. Group on Tuesday May 25, at 7 p.m.at Venerable Fred Ycrkes: and
plans were a banquet to be held in
for the Father Arthur Lee reception Following the program the church Bread and Wine were presented by
held May 16.ReCreshments members enjoyed a covered dish! lun- Fellowship Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Brown.
The banquet is in
cheon. recognition of (ho Following a prayer Rev. Lee was
Every Saturday 7:30: P.M. social hour following were served the meeting.Vffffffiff77ffffJffffffJ duringthe The next meeting will be Sept. 9 at outstanding work of the Young Bap- presented as rector of St. Marks by
411 N. Temple Ave., Starke. Ha.KEEBLER the Agriculture Building in Starke. list Women in initiating several successful the Bishop.!
community mission projects*I celebratedby
Holy Communion was
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JIJ'aI hI'i / / F7 /// / //A .uuuu.huuuuUhuu"uuu'uwuuuuuwu Acolytes Rev. Lee were and Bishop: Jason Cerveny.and Jody

AMERICAS FAMILY D STORE Brown Dennis Cummings. Eric
r Noegel Bart Neighbors, Paul and
Eric Sanders and John Stanwix-Hay.
4 John was 1st Server and Eric
Sunders was Crucifer
1 i Mrs. Kenneth. Grider and Mrs. Arthur -
I j Winkler directed (the reception
f1I s 1, which followed immediately in St
Marks Parish House. Mrs. Herbert
I \ Thomas. President of Epicopal
I. Church Women greeted guests al the
door and introduced them to Senior
4t j --- Warden Mrs. Raymond Stanwix-Hay,
r, who presented th,1Tas reception
I a .'' guests! of Ht>v. Lee. Also standing in
"' :;.;./ : r the receiving line were Rosemary and
; 0 AIR KING 40" .. I'/ Miranda Lee wife and daughter of
'/ t the new rector' and Canon Art Spruill.
MULTI-POSITION s CEILING FAN fy whowasinstrucnnentalinintnolucingRev.

DELUXE GRAHAMS FIDDLE FADDLE COMBI LOUNGERRegular I Peg 5161 79.99 *- 99 I Lee arrangement and SI. Marks.An of magnolia. and

BONIM PACK 88 Save 20.00White . $ yellow day' lillies covered the large
Regular'19' C 12.99 rfQ| mantle above the fireplace while an
Z, 5 9 I ceiling' Ian Quiet motor.GALAXY I elaborate of red

fteg s1.2 Sale Priced . . . Save 3.11Weather ....... .. .. .... fo the arrangement serving table. rosescentered
Ch Uttj vered grahams. Limit 2 Can rebwu self' ; Limit 1 plated steel frame / Nancy Gridt>r. Cindy Winkler and
%/%/%/%/%%// i/i #iiA1ii OSCILLATING' "' >' ,:: .1% church Heather assisted!O'Sicon in! Many!serving ladies including of the:

h JoAnn Jordan Nancy Green
TROPHY 27" x 72"VINYL 12-INCH FAN ,. I, $ Margaret Brown Applean Urnwn.Judy .
Il AIRMATTRESS t Brown Cathy 1 Grider Ann
112150 ," Z! Rieske, Use Griffis. Minou Wainwright
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GRILL PICNIC JUGReg. huLl Reg. 29.99 2499 I! Burney Winkler Esther. Stall-
sp. 99.99 99 0.99 Reg. 3.49 Ul QQ Save 5.00 ... .
d Sale 549 Sal, T ings. Kay Padgett. Peggy Richardson -
/. 19.00 TS Priced ... i Priced .....,.. I 0 Maximum. airflow with minimum '/! !Mildred\ Dwyer Lorraine Bennett -
a9K water Tab spout wide mouth With built-in pillow. jJjjjj 0 energy use.GALAXY. >: Rose Babyar. Ella ("0111('. andBeverly
p.Iq 25-Ibs1 U--- & carrying handle. Assorted colors.' i Blackshear.
roo ?I III. An old furnishing a glass doored
o i bookcase, was in place in the
20" i Sunroom housing the antique lea.
12" x 16"RHIaw. GOTT 18-QT. WEB & ALUMINUM!__ BOX FAN : 111001> gulden Easter egg and other
NI f ICE CHEST -- BEACH CHAIR III'i i quaint memorabilia of St. Mark's
lYt 10.'9 6713 'if i Church. Its new finish location and
.J R.g.
!i 199 l IWS Q99 Q99 Reg. 27.99 2199 'i: duty is .the result of the church
oo Save 3.98 I OPefreaze t Saws 2.00 ...._. Save 6.00 ....... I i historian Mrs. Elzio Sanders who
AdjuXiSWa; grids & bottle.inside Colorful webbing. Steel frame, fine mesh grid. : '- i had it ready for the Celebration of
drat St iron bowl.tl"M. lily t.Q 1 i ,flefMle. Aluminum frame. Sturdy support feet.SOUNDESIGN. .;;; 'i.i )Rev Lee's new ministry at St.

/.1 I I/J i: Mark's.Rev. Lee his wife. Rosemary, and

DIVAJEX; i i oung daughter Miranda are
K00COA \ 6-PACK ZEBCO 404 1 '. residing in the rectory, 1)5: Church

R.g. 3.99. Reg. 14.9i

t\t Sale Priced .H.>..0. t49 Save 4.00 .. 1 098 C'. 0 N2145 0 i Sandi O'Brlent-Johnson

I With refreezable lid, +' With trilene line. I Reg. 14.99 ,999
IIIII i Guest Speaker For
rr I :r Pistol, grip rod. Save 5.00 '' .... ...
Slim styling. Telescopic antenna. :N i Altar SocietyMrs.

0 Battery not included. i Carol Ashlin('. president
i presided at (he meeting of St. Ed
LONG'HANDLED': f i ward's Altar Society held in IlK-
VAN VI A\INS /I IIII: parish hall Tuesday evening May II.
? GARDEN SANYO SLIM I i Mrs. Ruth Meng introduced as tIK-
too TOOLS i guest speaker. Mrs. Sandra
21INCHREARBAGGER Regular' 7.99 ea. 0! CASSETTERECORDERReg. : O'Briont-Johnson serves as
i anesthetist' 1 at Bradford County
599Hoe .:9..2199 i Hospital.Mrs. .
V x 0-FOOT LAWNMOWER I Save :. : IIIIII i O'Brit>nt-Johnson gave a slide
GARDEN HOSE shovel or Ultra slimline design. Built-in i presentation on IIIpt>rtt'noion. She
Doubt eat.d with rake. Wooden
S..1488MELNOR nylon lire cord 279.99Save 0 mike & auto level control. AC i conducted a question and answer!>('tI-
Regular handles.
durability for li nglh A 30.00 adapter not 'included.' sion. She also took blood pressure
readungsand pulse of t those attending
INORTHERN and recorded the information on individual -

24999Briggs I r_...... cards. She also brought
BURGESS along valuable literature on nutrition
OSCILLATING & Stratton 2-GALLON ORAL high blood pressure! >strokes heart attack

SPRINKLER _'"''' engine. Easy spin SPRAYER 0 WATER JETReg. risks and other related information
.69 Reg. .... '''. starter Reg. 29.99 Save 9.00 II for distribution to those desiring
25.99 to study these brochures.
7" I 1999 !Members\ and their families
2199 were
= Save 6.00 ....... also invited by Mrs. O'Brient-Johnson
Covers'3OOOsq.. l Pressure release I Jets of water flush away trapped IIIII to visit the Hospital for free tests be-
ft. Brass jets. valve. Funnel top. food particles. 4 coded tips. ing given this week labeled Prevention -
I I Convention Week.

Gerri Phillips has volunteered for
V MEGUIAR'SPOLY I I altar care during May.
GREEN GARDEN KORDITE Kordite IIII Mary Cissy as Chairman of the
Nominating Committee
BAGS TALL KITCHEN SYSTEM ALARM CLOCK ". 0 I follow slate of officers to serve (the
.... CAN BAGS*? YOUR CHOice I. 2 1982.1983 term: President Josephine
.... Regular Regular 9.tS 1
Cumber, Lena
7369 Vicc-Prcsident.
.8 499 II. :: I Dougherty. Treasurer Pauline

I 488 319 599 ,rt Reg. 5.99 numerats'.... : .t5 O'schger"and: Secretary Dolores
& 7 Z
I Large sweep second II Meng.
Even; waterd1StrlbutlOffl 60. 13-gal. Kitchen Gives your car a hand.
'J Installation of officers is scheduledfor
( bags with ties. long lasting finish.
.. "" P: June 6 al 5 p.m. at the Western
.. "' "''''''' 'dooW'; W w/// "' h ,y Steer' Steak House.

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Reg. 4.31Sale /239/ ixi 'Sq. Shopping tablespoon of cooking oil
Bring In your favorite added to the water cook.
Priced ............... color negativefor 831 S. Walnut Street Starke ing rice, noodle or spaghetti
a 5" x 7"enlargement. VISAS Charge will help prevent
ticking and boitovert.

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The Bradford High football Tornadoes of 1983 will get a chance to showcase
their talents for the first time and the graduating gridders of 1982 will try to
;, taste victory for the only time in their senior year Friday night, May 21, at the

annual BHS Junior-Senior game. .n ,., ? ___ U
I Kickoff time is 8 p.m. Friday at Bradford Stadium. Tickets will be on sals: at '4 I : ._ _

_ the gate for $2.50 adults and $1.50 students starting at 7 p.m. _

1 G' The Seniors of last year, who suffered Stephen Spell, an offensive line 1Jm
t through an 0-10 12th grade, may starter, is starting to work on defensetoo
be in the best shape of 1982 after an at tackle. At defensive end '!
injury-riddled season. And they've Rehburg is joined by juniors-to-be
been working out daily in 1st period Martella Moore and David Jones,and
P.E. so BHS coaches are expectingthe Bennett.
Senior group to be as prepared, if Rick Welch Jr) is at linebackerand
not as talented, as any group of "coming along" Sexton says,
graduates has been. while rising sophomore Oliver Tyson
Meanwhile the Tornado could see some time at linebacker H
underclassmen have been hard at it Don Green, a starter last season as
for 3 weeks now in hopes of breaking a sophomore, is undergoing a hernia the BHS football losing habit next operation shortly but is expected back
for the Fall.
Fall.Defensive coordinator Mike Sexton On offense BHS has promise of a
I\ pointed out Tuesday that the Junior- backfield with more weapons than I. n "
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Senior game offers the coaches a kind last year. Senior Emmitt Watkins is v d 4 1 ..a1"s a wy i
of look at the players they don't get improving from a 1981 leg injury and I--- I' e. 'I'4"'T '., 43i'f,
during Spring workouts. will go at quarterback Friday night : Q.wr C1l.PR r d ,..
t "We can look and see how some of against the Seniors. He'll be backedby
these people are going to respond in a Barry Warren, who is now just a Getting the Offense in Gear...

game-like situation," Sexton said 9th grader,and Robert Carver,the JV Center Tom Johnson, running back Brad Brown,and quarterback Emmitt BUS will unveil its new backfield, with only Watkins and Eric Lane as
after Tuesday's practice. "Whenyou're QB last year who has started working Watkins while fullback Oliver Tyson watches in a Tornado Spring holdovers Friday night at the Junior: Senior game
out there on the practice field behind center again this week. practice workoUt.
the coaches are right there to tell 'em They'll hand the ball to a young
1 what went wrong and where they stable of backs. Tyson is projected) as TM
{I, should have been. We can see how a big-time fullback with his power
they perform out there on the field frame and deceptive speed for a 10th
Friday night." grader. Eric Lane saw plenty of action uge
j Last year the Seniors of 1981 per- on varsity as a sophomore and pu:
formed just well enough to win 8-0, as Brad Brown is up from a good year different
fullback Mike Jordan provided the on- with the JV's. Marvin Brown, who
ly TD on a 4 yard run. flume says is "a good athlete," will
Head Coach David Nurse says the carry the ball and also move out to
Tornadoes "have the potential to be a wideout and catch it in the Fall.
good football team," but he stressesthe The wideouts for Friday include TheCO1CCO 4m's da
word potential and points out that returning starter Blaine Dyal (Sr), a '
BHS is not yet ready to set the world Frank Allen, Willie Hill, and John
afire with the Junior-Senior game and David Francis. The tight ends are
the May 29 Spring Jamboree in Moore, Jones and Randy Davis, who -
Palatka upcoming. Hurse said the offensive on top of being praised by Sexton for .
line in particular has to come his defense was called by Hurse "the
along for Bradford to be successful. most pleasant surprise of the Spring"for
The defensive backfield his offense.
f shell!>hocked by the injury bug a ycai "He and Tom Johnson, for
ago, should feature improved depth sophomores, right now have really
I and versatility. shown well" Hurse said. -
I "We're going to be in good shape Johnson has come in and solidifiedthe I
once they get used to working center position in the Spring,makIng \
together," secondary coach Mike up for the absence of Green. -- -
Hartley said Tuesday. "We've got at Hurse said he and 2-year starter Spell
least 3 people who can work at each are ahead of the rest in. the offensive ..,...., -.ter w" \
position and we're going .to have a aM ---r'M ,
pretty good secondary." line.Spell will be at guard, along with. nrt.MGl l I r- fi r a ,
One thing Hartley likes' is that 4 Wayne Cribbs Jr). Tackles are ca Ilil- r r- .
players due for a lot of playing time in 15-year-old Donald Thornton who the
1982 will be back fo their senior coach said "will get better every
seasons in 1984 -- cornerbacks Eric game he plays", and 2 other productsof
Lane, Brad Russell, and Kevin Sampson the JV and freshman programs- /IX
and safey Jimmy Schoening. Tony Hill (Jr) and Wayne CribbsSo _
Seniors-to-be are Marvin Brown, who ( ).
came over from Buchholz to grab the "Nathaniel Coley (Sr) had to work I
.' monster position, Larry Long, who is last year and couldn't play but he's
I still hampered by a knee injury from shown real good promise," Hurse _
the GUS game of last year, and John
Bennett, who is splitting time bet- said.Green will play guard and center if
ween safety and defensive end. needed and Doug Glover,Sam Tyson,
Sexton said the most impressive Jim Deeks, Teddy Bresee, and An-
defensive interior players of the Spr- thony Luke give the Tornadoes depth.
ing have been Dale Buchanon, a big All-in-all the Tornadoes still have .g'y i TUlrfa r
senior tackle, Melvin Randles, who's the look of a young team, but they I ; ; tlls"ntt
1100 s I
playing noseguard and linebacker C >
have the possibilities of becoming a
and Billy Rehburg, a junior-to-be who competitive club. Friday's exhibition
Sexton calls "our jack of all trades." game will be the first step up the lad- _
"Those 3 have had real good spr- der,
ings," the long-time defensive coach

said. .............. _
"Our most impressive defensiveend
so far has been Randy Davis (Jr. Palatka Jamboree Starts at 8 p.m.
in 82), a hard worker," Sexton con- The Spring Jamboree Friday night,
tinued. "Kenny Wright (Sr..) is up at May 28, will also start at 8 p.m. with '
linebacker, which is new for him the Tornadoes opening play up r d A 8d e$ aJa sd i c q braI
(after leading the team in tackles against the host Panthers, last year's
from the nose spot), but he's gonna doa unbeaten, untied state class AAA
job for us. I'm glad he's the type of champions.Bradford.
athlete that can make that move." goes against St.
Sexton said young Michael Early Augustine in the third period.
(So.) has been improving a little each BHS fans are to sit on the side opposite -
day, and added "we're depending on the press box for the jamboree.
Tickets will be sold at the gate.

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Phillies stretched out their lead
Dixie Minorruns 1
in the Dixie Minor League with 2
more wins last week, including a 12-3 _
victory over the Suns Tuesday even- in the first and went on to win.
ing that game them a 8-1 record for James Long was also 2-3 for the
the fear winners, with Bo Hersey 1-2, and Er-
nie Williams slapping a double.
Tuesday.May 18 For the Tigers Donnie Francis, Ron
Twins 19 Brooker 9: The Twins Zurfluh Jeff Carver, and J.J. Hall
packed 7 runs into the 2nd and 4th inn- had base raps.
ings to beat Brooker by the 10-run rule

Tuesday night.Winning ,
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and Daryl Gnann combined to strike Family in the early" services!That means each month
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Tornado Track Teams Score Just 1 Point Despite 'Bests' at State Track


Pam HawIcina Takes 111 in Prelims I:

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And Misses Out on Scoring ChancesIf SigningOn The Ii

SFCC Line i

you look at the list of teams and best-yet of 2:27.0: and Herbie With her mother, high school
their points scored from last Friday's Hawkins another senior, equalled his coaches, and toon-to-be college
state class 3A meet you won't find PR of 22.3 in the 220 prelims.The coach In attendance at last FrI-
Bradford High in the boys section. 440 relay unit of Eric Lane, An- R 6r I day's state track & field meet :'
And after Bradford In the girls list is tonio Jones Herbert Hawkins, and Bradford High senior Louette
'1', a solitary, lonely point. Donnie Banks continued to carve Smith (center) signed on to con
The conclusion for those who jump chunks out of the school record in that I tinue her track career at Santa
to such things is that 1982 wasn t event, running 43.3 to shave 3 tenths Fe Community College el :
much of a year for BItS track & field. off the 43.6 record they'd put on the Gainesville. '

But that's hardly the case. board at Region. Louette. who qualified for the '
Building on a foundation establish' "All the kids peaked just right" late high school meet all 4 yearsat

ed by Grover Howard, continued by Loper said. "That's when you want BUS will start at SFCC in the
Buddy Revels last year, and fur-'; them to give their best performances, ;k Fall under the direction of new
thered by Revels and head coach at state, and every one of them did. coach Terry Long (upper left).
George Loper this year, the BUS girls Even Pam with her PR in the long Long is one of the most respectedJr.
track program is one of the good ones Jump and school record in the 220 college track coaches In the
in the state. And strides were made in before she started hurting. I feel cer- nation and took the SFCC womento
bringing the BHS boys back to the tain she would have placed in the 100 the national indoor JUCO title
traditional high ground they've held nnd she would have been 1st, 2nd, or earlier this year.
in the past. 'ird In the 440 and 220." "v Pictured from Long clockwiseare
The Lady Tornadoes scoring just 1. BUS trainer Bradey

point Friday was a big, and disap- Greathouse, who has worked with
pointing, surprise. Sizzling Class AAA State Meet $ 1 Long and helped Louette get the
sophomore Pam Hawkins got that point by popping a 1711long T_.. k rTq lit I) Belle Glade Central 30 S,
jumc' St. Revels Louette's mother Johnnie
2)) TlluavUle 29 3) Delray Bch. Atlantic 26 4)
her best ever and a school Pete Lakewood It.5) Arcadia DeSoto II.I) Miami Johns and at left BUS coach
the first event of the day to finish Edison 14, 7)) Ft. Lauderdale NortheaBt U.S. I) George Loper.
sixth. The jump is considered Pam's Tampa Catholic 12.5, 9) St. Peteraburg Boca ,
weaker and Clega, Palatka. and Ft. Myer Riverdale. 12.... "With coach Long and Byron
event after she took her
BRADFORD 1. .u., Dice working at Santa Fe now
220 heat in a PR and school record
T A should have
they a super pro-
25.02 and was 3rd in the 100 yard dash W.r.d, I/r_ .
prelims with an 11.6 into a headwind Una lump 1) White Atlantic) 1B-11... I) PAM gram. Loper said.I
things looked promising for her to Wllllama (Riverdale) 130-6: (new meet record).
place in all 4 events she qualified for. ........* 11 WIHIford (Auburndale)45-11.
But after her 220 heat the symptonsof I if H....... 1)Chapman (TltiMv'lle) 14 I. ,.. 1)
White Atlantic) 11.0 (HAWKINS won heat at
what Loper called 'insulin shock'hit
11.6).Mite-1). Simeon (Tarpon Springs)S.05.1. 449
Hawkins. She folded up after that l..*. I) Miami Edison 48 5. --- / tltBflflO
race, became dizzy,weak-kneed, and 440-White (Atlantic) M.4. We* fern- McGowan
pained by a migrain headache. (Cocoa Beach) S-6. **. HW.IW 1) Redwood Ill iNEW onsalowedneaday,
(Glades. Central) 447 (ties meet record). MO- 11) rAIEAGLEI.I .I .
After with BHS trainer
Bradey conferring Greathouse Loper scratched Hackler(BRADFORD Euslll) 3:27.0.) 3:14.3.: ... S) LOUETTE SMITH sn thursday, friday &

Hawkins out of her 3 best events the W..n.dl.y....,-I)Tlusvllle4:15.7.MO.1)Polk. Saturday 1
DeSolo) 249 (HAWKINS won heat In 25(2).
.100, 220, and 440 finals. 1-NWf1)) Domett (Boca Clega) 11:12.9."' .. ..!.*.
"She hadn't eaten anything the day I) St. Pete Lakewood 4.00.4 (new meet record).
before and in that long jump and the ovs eagle's prices are s f
she had all the ? ,
prelims just expended Tom IcOTt-To lit I) Rockledge 48. 2)) Glade.
energy she had' the BHS coach said. Central 33, 3) Lake Wale n. 4) Palatka 24, 5))
-"There was no way I would have risked Tlluivllle and Lincoln 19, 7) Bishop Moore and t
Homestead IS,9)) Ft.Lauderdale and Jupiter 14....
to her.
anything worse happening BRADFORD 0.
,' Hawkins cried when she realized
'she'd lost her chance to score state wl.e.n.d w_
"t points, and Loper and Revels were Left a tom*.1) Rahal Rockledge) 24-10.M.W 1)
Jack Ft.( Lauderdale) 173-2. MM' *Put-1)Jack (Ft.
heartbroken as well. "The only Lauderdale' ) 57-J. ",.,,1. jvm1) Akrldge
positive note about is that she's a (Gains vdle HS) 6Mk J'-m I) RoumillaTitiuville
sophomore, she's got 2 more ( ) 6-10 (new meet record). r..U VMM-. 1)
Maurer (Okeechobee) IJ-10K..
chances, Loper noted. in Mni Ui. 1) Davie(Tallahassee Lincoln) 14.2. I
The Bradford entrants in 4 other 100. I) Williams (Lake Wales)9 S.Mil.1)) Milllken t ( 1
events didn't place in the top 6 to (Jupiter) 4:19.1.4th..!.*.11) Rockledge (new It DaCILLATING
but their best meet record).,.. 7) BRADFORD (Lane, Jones,
points, ran perfor-
Hawkins. Banks) 43 3 (new school record)
; each time. 40. 1) Barkley (St. Pete Lakewood) 48.'. CMHu
Louette Smith who is head- >4te.. 1) Davis (Tallahanee Lincoln) S7.'. Me.
f'-8Core; Santa Fe Community College on I) William Lake Wales) 21.7.... HERBERT ,
HAWKINS(BHS) 22 3 for 5th In heat...1)Tyson
; scholarship (see adjoining (Bishop Moore) 1:55:! 4.MH.ftW.fey. btay-1)Glade. r
,was_8th in the 880, with her Central 3:34.0.: Mil.' Rockledge 3:IB 9.

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?:J Carnes,'director of the Governor's Council on Physical Fitness,
I a former: University of Florida and U.S. Olympic track & field coach >t h' %
be the featured speaker tonight (Thursday, May 20) as the All Sports f m
> salutes BHS athletes and coaches with its Spring Banquet
ic final Bradford High banquet of the year will be held at 7 p.m. at the
Ike Golf & Country Club. Prior registration is required for guaranteed 3A

tinjj,at.the banquet but persons interested can call Bob Shannon, Keith T I '
Wat: Sawyer-Slade. Gas, or Bish Bishop at Sears to.ask about late
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d'areTornado, athletes! in baseball. ; girls Softball boys anddi1nd
\ I boys'and girls tennis.... *
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js hoquarterbacked the 1966 Tornadoes of BHS to the state footojlsJlipWayne A.rR1 a'r.rr
McLeod, is now pripcipal at Bronson High School. ba a 1 yoa
also<< 1 gfrls Softball coach there, and this year led the Branson girls toad ._,. \
place in' the state class A tournament, losing to Sneads 104 in the .oart 14ba.tAee re -
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( Sun birds opened up their semipro football exhibition Rrbrs J 00
t an easy win last Saturday over the Florida Sun;which has two

Panama. City and nearby Lake City. 1466 S 94 3 97 888 1088" 1.874'
birds with much the same players as those who toiled for thesrrear. float, WEReU4 WAS 4.77 PRICE 4
t are playing up former BHS football-weightlifting coach \ DRESS HoN
,Sulk pig A recent media release describes Carlton as a steady, -.cuP AUTOMATIC PORTABLE 1 GALLON aHELUONE BITTER! MAKER TOP BRAND t I Ii FOR MOMLong
bin performer at noseguard and puts him right on top of their list ofPHufnlng' ...COfII".AID..aGMJ. ANTPf1EEZE 8HORTSEY8 ONE-PlEC..W1M8UITa wearing
ma for-Too"eeftaa' ev.ng Steel tripod toga bold with w- aa..o i enti-fna&- Soft poyMt.COIlon.y In Antron nylon/lycra (pandaxblend. 1\ .NMck ny4oft. AI
defensive holdovers. bakattorbre.4nat-4oupe. ohroma pMad grid. .ea.bo1..-.-. bright oO color S.M.U Print,solids MS. Se ,a1a. .
'-'Regular; season home games for the Sunbirds are: June 5 vs. Georgia :.:j.
[Pride June 26 vs. Carolina; July 3 vs. Alabama; July 17 vs. West Florida;
.and July 24 vs. Roanoke. Season tickets for the 5 home games are going for

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...Lawtey's Curtis White is trying to drum up some sponsorships to make
![the trip to Atlanta the end of this month for a weekend pro basketball tryout. I
,;Scouts from NBA, american minor league, and european pro leagues will be '
on hand... I; : 31LPRCe

i. ...All local youth Softball teams the Stan (16-18 boys),Jr. Stan (13-15 l Special ; y BOYS' NYLON8ft
boys), and Starkettes (13-15 girls) will be going to Moultrie, Georgia for a I SHIRTS
;big youth tourney weekend May 28-30. Purchasel' Snort atean*knit In aaatport
By the way,the Community Action Club's youth Invitational Is June 25-27, style Some
:not the 24-26 as I wrote last week... f 6'

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The Sub-Dlatrlct ASA Softball tournaments have been set. Here's the rundown poLAaOl4ptM IllAn TRASH ass FLUID. 1 or i CUT0flI8ItORTS his CORD PESIQN! BCOSPRatADS
..... ...... I a a/w" Aeaarted ...Id* ,a.h.al d .l I I. For mm ootton den /. .
: Men's "A" in Macclenny, July 16-18; Men's "B" in Gainesville, July 1IrtgftI. *te era In torque eon- w8 4..(711M .
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gekysMmWdel, .. MIl ..,.............. p0Mool. mat ,...*- Veils a automatictont t-.1beII1OopI a a4 l0011M l r. ftR noharp .vest
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I Ill; and Women's "B" here in Starke, July I 911...

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...Bradford High science teacher-tennis coach-and whatever else is needed TooUWs.l. 138 .
vim /aet TOOTHUU5H .... .. ....._ "
Jerry McCrUf is also now a certified Track Athletics Congress official. That oo J 0&.WCRC 1M .
he's In line to officiate at TAC track It field
means major meets, including """'-' c. 99. @ ssrr1
the national championships plus Olympic trials and possibly even the Olym 4-. WAS t.
pics. Jerry worked a biggie this Spring the Florida Relays and also was L-J %48
head timer for the Lady Gator Relays the weekend before and timed the 8S0

Florida State-Florida dual meet, always a big meet... 4 88 ,
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no changes at the top in Men's League Wednesday,May 12 'Kilby 34.

Men's League Softball as BC Express Honky's Keystone 7: Don Evan ? For the Wilcats Wayne Teston was

(9-1) and 301 Quick Stop (8-1) avoided slapped the game-winning double and 4-5 with a double, Fred Crews 4-5, LC Athletic Attic 1st Norman's 2nd
upsets last week to stay as the fron- Monday, May 17 Roy Hart scored the deciding run withno Kenny Massey 3-5 with a triple and ,
itrunners but Olin's Mobile Homes Olin's Mobile Homes 25 Honky's 8: outs in the bottom of the 7th as the double D. Nettles 3-5 with a double,

(4-:0: made a move on the outside with ,A 14-run 1st inning started Olin's on Honky's picked up win number two of Lamar Sanford 3-6, Randy Gaskins In Rowdies Women's Softball Tourney
12 wins in 3 games last week to tie the- its way around the bases for an easy the season. 2-3, J. Wood 3-5 with a double.

f Country Boys (4-5) for third place. 254 win over the Honky's Monday. Evans and Tom Paladino were both
For the winners Glen DeSue cracked 2-3 with doubles, and Dale Mollerup, Quick Stop 24 Olin's IT 301 Quick Norman's Farm of Starke won 5 games last weekend but couldn't find the
Tuesday,May 18 3 doubles, Sam Bennett was 3-4 Larry Green, Charles Evans and Stop blasted 7 home runs out of secret to handling Lake City Athletic Attic and settled for second in a
Express 9 Lawtey Wildcats 1: Pit- ''with a double, Milton Baker 3-5 with a Pressley were 2-4 for the winners. Westside to Olin's 3 and that was the ,, women's slowpitch tourney put on by the Rowdies here in Starke.
cher Bill Goodge and the Express double, D. McMillan 3-5, and R. For Keystone Tommy Reddish was difference.Both ., "We just got beat by the best team in the tournament, that's all there is to

I defense Just 4 hits and a lone 2nd- DeSue 23. 3-for-3 with a double, John Jameson it," Norman's manager Randy Jones said. "My girls played good ball. I
]inning run Tue day: For Honky's D. Evans, Mollerup, powered a 2-run homer, Mike Grace Sam Sibley and Wesley Sheffield don't think there's anybody in this area that can beat them."

I Offensively Randy Corbin was and Larry Green were all 3-3 and Len was 3-4 with a pair of doubles, Kevin cracked 2 homers with Sibley going 'Them' is Lake City Athletic Attic, a ballclub stockpiled with players from
3-for-3 with 2 doubles for the winners, 2-2 while Tim was 2-3 with a double. Scanlon 3-4, and Harris 2-4 with a dou- 5-for-5 and Sheffield 45. Dobie the Lake City Community College team that was Jr. College state champion.
[Donald Wheeler 2-2 with a double, and ble. Sheffield was 3-5 with another homer LCAA swept through the tourney, with Norman's 2nd, Country Hub of Lake
I Greig Moyer 2-3 with a double. V. Express II Keystone Merchants 8: and triple, Eddie Dyal was 3-5 with a Butler 3rd, Palatka Athletic Attic 4th. Hilliard 5th and the Lawtey Rebels
|Massey was 1-1 for Lawtey. Leaduff hitter Stuart Duncan went homer and 2 doubles, and Farelon
18 Wildcats 17:
Country Boys 6th.The
4-for-4 to provide the impetus as Express David Harley's score in the bottomof McClellan 3-3 with a homer. Also, Rebels won 2 and lost 2. The Dazzlers of Starke were 1-2 in the tourney,

Quick Stop 10.Country Boys 5: John got past Keystone Monday the last was the difference in this Ronnie Thomas was 3-5 with 2 while the Saints and Rowdies were 02.
(Ramsey drilled 2 homers but they night. shooting match as the teams bashed doubles, and Tom Paladino Jr. 4-4 Norman's started with an 8-5 win over Athletic Attic from Palatka before

I were in a losing cause as Quick Stop Joey Bennett, Donald Wheeler and 40 hits between them. with a double. running into Lake City AA and falling 52. They came back to blank the

I tallied 8 runs in the 5th inning. to win Doug Mains all contributed 2 hits for Big bats for the winners were John" For Olin's leadoff hitter Hamm was Dazzlers 4-0, outscore the Rebels 16-13 in a game that saw the 2 teams con-
the winners with Bennett for .nect for 44 hits shutout Palatka AA 8-0 and Hub 6-5 in the loser's
105. going extra Ramsey 3-for-5 with a homer and triple 5-5 with 2 homers and a triple, Glen nip Country
I For the winners Terry Stratton was bases twice. Terry Gaines 4-5 with a double, DeSue 4-5 with a double, Sam Bennett bracket finals. _
13-4, Tom Paladino 2-3, and Farelon.I Steve Thomas led the Merchants at Steve Cox and Ralph Gilpin both 3-4 3-5 with a homer, and Norman Easley Against Country Hub Linda Cubbedge ripped an in-park home run in the
I McClellan smacked a key home run. 23. with a triple and double, and Ronny 3-5 with a double. top of the 5th to make it 5-0 and Karen Norman doubled home Vorease Jones
with the winning run in the 6th as Norman's held on for the 1-run win.

In Sunday afternoon's finals Lake City won 103.

For the weekend Gayle Lee led Norman's in batting average at .481, in

I :Dodgers Get Helping Hand, and Vault ,Into LeadWith pitched runs with much 9, and of in the RBIs final.with 8 and also played solid defense at shortstop and

Lorna Leasure hit .476 with 5 RBIs, Sheryl Jackson hit at a .440 clip, Linda
a helping hand from the Mets Dixie Major list and double to top the winner's long Lloyd and Rick Kimutis adding hits. Cubbedge hit .423 and was second in runs with 8, and RBIs with 7, Kay Allen
I and Braves the Dodgers vaulted into of hitters. Richie Barnes was 3-3 Malachi Jenkins was 2-3 with a dou- hit .400, and Vorease Jones scored 6 times.

[ the lead in Dixie Youth Major scattered 6 hits. 'with a triple and double, Paul Akridge ble to lead Lawtey
I baseball. 3-3, Bob Buckwalter and Chris

The Mets and Braves took turns offensive In addition with Whitehead a 3-for-3 day led the that Met included Farmer 2-3, Billy Heavner 2-4, Blye and Dodgers Randall 11 .Polk Vets cracked 4: Dewey home Williams runs Express 3rd, Quick Stop 4th in ClayFor

out defeats to former league 1-3, and Jason Roebuck doubled.
dishing a double. Hal Davis was 2-3 as the Dodgers moved into first place
I leader Lawtey Blue (now 5-3) and the with home For the Braves B. Adams was 2-2
I Dodgers (6-2)( took the oppurtunity to homered a Edward run, Brian Davis 22.Jal"1ey with a double, J. Prescott tripled,and by themselves with an 11-4 win the first time this year the Express of Bradford entered a men's
Siegmund went ,
Jody Brown, Jason Johnson, and slowpitch tournament and didn't come out on as the Starke league
I move into first with a win over the Carver doubled. M. Stilwell and T. White had doubles. top power
Mets Friday. Right behind is the Johnny Jackson all had 2 hits for the ended up 3rd in the Clark's Bulldozing Invitational put on last weekend in
I Giants (6-3) who bounced back from 3 For Blue T. Johnson homered, Friday, May 11 winners and Johnson Chuck Mullins, Green Cove 301 Quick Stop of Starke also entered, and took 4th place.
losses to Brooker's Malachi Jenkins went 3-4 with 3 Braves Lawtey Blue 5Chad Red- Chad Mullins, and Brown had extra Express started well, topping the Hilliard Businessmen 9-3 and 18th
straight Braves top doubles, and Timmy Seeley drilled a dish pitched a 4-hitter, struck out 9, base hits. Wonder of Jacksonville 12-4 but lost 7-5 to the Jacksonville Businessmen in

| Monday. double. and shut Blue out until the last inningas For the Mets Brian Whitehead went the winner's bracket finals and then to Badcock of Green Cove Springs by a

Monday. May 17 Giants 32 Brooker 5: The Giants the Braves knocked off Lawtey 23. 10-5 count to settle for third.
Mets 10 Lawtey Blue 5: The Mets slammed 19 hits and pitcher Eugene Blue. 12 Express didn't hit the ball near as well as they had in their other 4 tourna-
Wednesday, May
pulled off their second straight upset Blye retired 10 batters by strikeout as Chris Douglas was 2-for-3 with a Mets 10 Giants 2: Brian Whitehead ment wins. One who did have a good weekend was Randy Corbin with a .636
win Brian Whitehead blew 3rd
as Chub Johnson and Stuart Duncan both hit .583 and Matt Hull .500.
the Giants were victorious. home run and double and Richie whiffed a dozen batters, including average.
.strikes.. past a dozen... Blue batters andJLegallMotices Robby McRae was 4-for-4 with a tri- Taylor 2-2 for the winners with Stacey striking out the side in the second and Leader in RBIs was Bill Ratliff with 7 followed by Hull ((5) and Johnson

fifth and powdered 3 home runs,. to (4)( Greig Moyer, Bill Goodge, and Johnson hit the only 3 homers with Joey

carry the Mets past the Giants. Bennett adding an in-the-park HR.

Whitehead surrendered just 4 hits-

IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF By: Morion McKae Florida; one lot of Flight County Florida after 2 apiece by Paul Akridge and losing Men's Set
Here this' Weekend
BRADFORD COUNTY As Deputy Clerk bags consigned to Shear- proper notice pursuantto pitcher Robbie McRae, with Akridge Tourney
FLORIDA _..,_ /39 1 3/20 ton Yank. Trader smashing a homer and triple. For the
..._'..___ .....to.. Chapter Quiet is men's here in Starke
Civil Action No. 83-169 I. Hotel; Ft. Lauderdale Statutes, 1981, winners Jason Crews was 2-3 with a, 301 Stop putting on a slowpitch tournament
In r. the morrloge of j t NOTICE OF INTENTION '' Florida: one 'lot of chairs adopted resolution double. this weekend, starting Friday night, May 21.
LUCY AZONOS. Wife and TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS. ((2)) consigned to Mac. the a Quick Stop manager Ronnie Thomas said the draw wasn't complete as of
NAME Ft. Lauderdale, granting petition of Lawtey Gold 15 > Brooker 0: With committed included andHonky's
ARTURO AZONOS Hus- Tavish Wednesday but the teams Express Country Boys,
MARYA. Adams and Alvin Jenkins strik-
Section Fla. lot of wooden Quinn Starke Water's which is
Pursuant to ; one of the league, plus Bulldozing, getting
865.09. Florida Statutes picture frame consignedto SMITH, his wife, to ing out 12 and giving up just 1 hit Gold together again for tournament play.,
notice is hereby giventhat Maries Art Gallery, close a road along the was an easy victor in Lawtey.cJtf. .
: ARTURO northern edge of ,h.irprop.rty.
Brodenton to
AZONOS, residence the undersigned. satisfy 24 8S 22 "16 oooro3 08 0000
and to-wit: NE 1/4 KEYSTONE
Susan Mary Senkbeil, freight storage OEVEL Of BAAO PO BOX 23C40
unkown. charges, under the provisions of SW 1/4, Section 12. LOT 16 IN KCE REPLAT
YOU ARE NOTIFIED, RR2. Box 403C. Melroie, of Section 4b( ) of Township 6 South. Range bM1 f1dd- t LAM VALUE FOR ALL LOTS QHNCO IN 900C AREA

that an ac'flon for Fla. 32666, sole owner Uniform Standard Bill of 21 East. RtWd ........(.].96.11...._....-..Ml.89..........._..(20.40--.-.-._--$8.48--_....---1436.CF----- -..
business under the
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE doing lading. This resolution renounced \092ttr 25 8S 22 06001 0007CS 05 oeoo
has been filed firm name of Ceramic Gator Frelghtways, Inc. Rit D iNC ',15 IIOBLVO
Marketing Associates any Interest In COM Al 111I1 Of S 'OIN'IEIl 110 III R ( V R/ NYY I. RUN
I and you ore required to Carrier the road by the county 4a77iI4.r SLY ON ELY 11/11 1 SNE '. E 1.19.6.S' 61. !' E 10 LAKE .ElV
. serve a copy of your' address same as above, S.1.3.330'NOTICE and the public and will .. ON LAKE 10 A ,T ?' Of SEC LiM(. N t PAP 10 SEC LINE
MLT 1 tllILV CN S fill RO TO S Pill
intends to register said- T 1 202. RO*

written tif It on defenses petitioner If Rt.any 1 fictitious name under the OF YAPPUCA.. vest tltl.* efte In Mr. Box 908 Starke. Florida aforesaid etatute. TION FOR TAX DEED with 336.10 : EX DE C GR? ?139.690. 14 !-") 501,027:9 !
Chapter ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY Doted this 27th day of ] ----------/-------11:4... : ----/4686-
32091 before June '
on or Florida Statutes, 1981 --
1982, In Bradford GIVEN that Walden B. .is..ii. i.
( otoot-oicoo 0007C6 oeoo'ifcSi
1. 1982 and file the Dated this 3rd day of 109J
Wodsworth the holder of
this original with either the cl.rk before of .nu..r! /:rrlr59" the following certificates May 1982. E lINE PTVIEH[ .t C. / -. le/,
court n has filed said certificates Gilbert S. Brown 651.1127.9_'08 CON \j?: NSS18:4
service on petitioner orimm.diat.ly IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ClerkI .... .. 1.414 ; .
'for a tax deed to be .---- -- --- -- '------- -- -
thereafter OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL X25 "oJoVs-A-OOflOO -000i01 oe 0000
otherwise a ludgm.nt; CIRCUIT COURT OF issued thereon. The certificate ....*........tchg 5/30.... LOUR 109)091 NAI J.CII 8S M Er 22 U PO 801 lC404SS"lt
will b..nt.r.d for th.r.li.f ,., 11.100. e
demanded In th.. BRADFORD COUNTY. years of Issuance the REGISTER .011.40... .. ..- ..10.14... 152.0925 ....... .....
description of the property FICTITIOUS NAME 10JJ10* e522 C600J-A-00001 oooror o oooo
petition. CASE NO.82-21 and the names In Pursuant to Section COU I AA1 JACK W Er .L PO 101 23C40ASSNI
WITNESS my hand and which it was assessedare 865.09, Florida Statutes, Of LANes IN GENEVA IIcces IH AREA JO

the seal 1 of this Court on as follows: notice Is hereby given 132J.-. ."'...........".:.'!.......116.66..."...-".16.1...!.......1396.........
April 9. 1982. IN RE: The Marriage of Certificate No. 166. that the undersigned, 1091279RICHARDS 22 06003-A-O 160 0 C007C8 01 OCOOL16I
Gilbert S. Brown!' MAUDIE T. WILSON. Year of Issuance, 1979. Sandra Cauley. 202 L. CONALO S I IS'I f 9MNSCOK6 1C
Clerk of the Court, Wife and HUBERT FRED North Thompson Street 5.1l ACRES
Description of Property.Lots LOT 16 Of GENEVA .aoos IK SANE OIS

.By- ; '!BeulahMoodyl Deputy Clerk,i WILSQN- -Husband- 1. 2 In McCalls addto sole Starke.owner Florida, doing 32091 A ......-...1144.8..........-.......-.'....15............H.....6.........s0.4C........-.1165,09...-....
Hampton. Sec.: 30. business 10932e7.2S 23 CfOO -A-010! 000708 02 OGOORICHUDS'DONAlO
NOTICE OF under the
I .........;.rr291; 5/90 ACTION Twp. 7 S. R-22. firm ( S t KRISTINC 1161 8RANSCON9 AO1.9J
J NOTICE OF INTENTION WILSON whose Name In which assessed ACADEMY, 202 N. 16 "OOS SI JNS CIS
TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS.NAME :!1 'residence Is unknown.. ,'Alvtn p. and Marlon f J '| --!: (8.40 166.1110Usi6zAY .. .
Thompson .
, Street ... :....--..--.... ......... -
- ; ; YOU ARE HEREBY M., Moore. Stark., Florida 32091. Intends .i 06003-C0100 COOMO 01 CCCO
Pursuant ;W 'SeeJjorV:1 NOTIFIED that on action All of sold property to register said fictitious JACN8Mf2Al PC BOX 2IC40

865.09. Florida Statute. for dissolution of marriage being I to the County of name under the .....about this 2 b.droom family homo El/2 29.50 ACRES W Of SR 31 U PAR Ih MM CCR Of Ntl/4 CF
notice !l'i I hereby\; given has I been filed Bradford. State off aforesaid statute. located Itr..t..S24.500. / 'CEE1112JOF- SEC fY 62.8'- t M
that tH.!:un .lgnedr against you-in the Circuit :. torid6. Dated this 11th day of on a very privet., EX N GENEVA NOOOSEX
Susan MoryO Senkbelli 'I IRU. P Court of the _EJ KttTJudiclaf ', Unless such certificate May. 1983 in Starke. I PARS IN SE COR BEIftG PORT OF OR 173-95

Bo.4p3CMelrose' Circuit Court of. or certificates shall be Florida ........(110.93... ... ...9....S.]. ... .116.01..... ...S13.3......!......1549.fl.......
Flo.' 32666. sole owner the State'of f Florida Icy redeemed 'according" 5/13/tpd 6/3 ; s..zz. 0600 j-OP0 i sOs 000/10 04 OCOO

doing busln.ks iftder the .. .and for Bradford County low the property described ...................... 9'WJ'2I. COURINAY It.ClO JACK ACRES H ET AL 23C40

firm name of> *roinl< I IMork.tlng and you are'requested, to In such certificate or NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO rt/2 or SEC M or SR-ZI ex PORT i GENEVA NOOOSCX
Serve a copy of your will .

Anoclatei.address written defenses If any, certificates the highest bidder b soldto at FICITIOUS REGISTER NAME .- su.UtU-- -. ...$.- .."...r ........(10.25-.:........110.C! 1225.."-.
same a* above on the Petitioner whose the court house door on Pursuant to Section Neighborhood Properties, Inc., REALTOR 10936(0TURNER s..zz. 000710C1OCC0CON <
Int.nd.tp laid name and address Is KELVIN8 & LOAIIA P 0 3CX 1314
register L
865.09. Statutes
the 22nd oJune., ((904)) 964.5231 SrCOR
day .
fictitious under the MAUDIE T. WILSON. A1 Of SEe RUN It 664 TC S R110 21 FOR POB.E
no-ne F 1982. notice Is hereby given 164.3 LAKE. SLY ALONG LAKE 127' Nil 22a 10 RO 21. ELY
1 Box 96 ,
Rout. ,
aforesaid statute: .
that the
undersigned.Anthony 184
Dated this 10th of "
Dated this 27th day of and Melrose file the Florida 33666.with day and JeanGiesegh 1 1 10196816..-; -- -- .-111.94... .120.51. ...........110.C. .. .UO.f6..".
April 1983. In Brod'.>rd original may1983.Gilbert P.O. Box 303.
the Clerk of the above- S. Brown 10943(8 25 S 22 060H0COM 9v 000715 08 OCOO
County. Hampton Florida joint BELL J II en. 6CII
1/291tpd 5/20 styled Court on or before Clerk owners doing business A I I CH ON THE ELY R/M OF SR 21 t Nit GftCV OF 504 'UTIIER'[
June.14. 1982. Otherwise By: Beuloh. M. Moody SHIP LTD.RUN SKLY ON ELY R/W 250'. SflS .f 1200* 515.11 10Z' It
.-. -....-- Judgement be Deputy Clerk under the firm name of "'fI ; ,P09. CANT --M 102' S86E 201 TO MATERS EdGE lU' fl46.Y
IN TIiECfltClut COURT a may T.J.'S 301 TAVERN U.S. 242' 10 POB
EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR- the entered relief against demanded you for In Clerk Bradford of Circuit County,Court Florida of 301, 3 Miles South of FflUlKNMEflLTY ...........(482.30....-..............611.1121.01.........................(.., .'..ro........ (S33.3I'ocoo"""*
CUIT OF FLORIDA IN the complaint or peti Starke, Florida Intendsto I094C3rORO( 26 IS 22 06045 coon/ 12

AND FOR BRADFORD tion.WITNESS .1111.11 5/20....2tchg.....5/27...., name register under said fictitious fhe aes ATE LARRY SE( COR OF SE1/4 CF Ml/4 RI NUN 2 SOX N <490 C'. k eo' s 6C ..
hand ti \ 60 TO P09
CIVIL ACTION and the seal of said CLOSING A COUNTY this statute.Dated 11th day of ........._......:.25.._..........13.............1.22.........(8.40............(13.00......
Cote No. 83-81 Court on May 12. 1982. ROAD IN NE 1/4 OF SW May. 1982 In Bradford vfe am+-momm. 1, 1094HUGG .2' as 22 06060.A"01600 coe'I' 11 CCCO
In re: The Matter of GILBERTS. BROWN I 1/4, SECTION Florida.51Htpd63. i i5s IK! BOBBY L I ELll II IIJ2 II 8.RKLEYLOI
12. County
the ,A.Clerk of the CourtByMarlanM 5s- .. 14rJ0. A CYPRESS BEACH S/U .
of .SoV.o-S
Adoption MEDFORD
RANGE SOUTH .....-....-................9.24............'.-1'.11'...........16.....?.......-'.].9.S5......
21 EAST.
NO PROPERTYTO NOTIFIED that the Board Classified Ads 221 lefayette St. Across from WlshbeoeOFFKI 101 17 T 1 INDIAN BEACHOR .

:. JOHN TAYLOR 3/13 4tpd 6/00 ,of County Commissioners I HOURS 12..12
SHAFFER. .. i. JI'II t for Bradford' Get Results ..d.------------------------..].....18.40.............1819.4....".].
GENERAL; I Ii Monday.,....y. Saturday' : 11 noon
000714 07 OCCO
DELIVERY, Flatwood, GREENUAG, 36R N ON2N3 VolBO* 7.3
Kentucky'139. YOU i -- lOT LAKE El1l.f1 -
I I will not be 1L6S10.76 126.266.. "!
ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED1that responsible Flori.and fUalty ... ...... tiifl.ro.. ....
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an action for the' for debt mod by g( e s .i 441S i.5..ii. 062190.a2 .0..0..C.O.C7.4.4;; ; ;-0 11
matter of the>adoption' of anyone other than Phone 964-7700 s REVELS LAUDE JR 5r U.e
MEDFORD WILLIAMSHAFFER myself after this date, LOIS i6 t or 81.5 SI TA rE SI4 IE eil.

has been filed May 13 1982.William N..Ternple Avenue, .Starke, Fl. .................!...9..............................'...........'i.r....!.......$06.731099352an1Ai ......

against you and you are'requlr.d /133tpd 9/27(Billy)Geiger. BUYING CM SIUINO P O f BTY 1\ [9S f 2ANA 06230'0-I0400 A I 000151 01 ecoo

to serv a copy I I,,s..ee..e..ee.NOTiCE TALK TO A UAITOHI LOT 4 or eLK A 01 "I"SLE'$ IIIOG 'NIV 1UP UN"UCOIIDEO PLAT
of your written defense,' Is herby given C 600 so. ft.weed freme bMa..,well septic ..... In couny. 1 121 .I2 1141.11 S6.r, 11.16

If any to it, on the plaintiffs that on Monday. May 24, I .Ideal ler small *t heme business er residence.Reduced : : ; --lli-ii;; : i jij :;;iii i: Cgoif3.04" 3'-".".
attorney. whose 1982 at 10:00 o'clock AM, C In Price. 4 M ......out el city, wtth 200' en3BI. -:3 Ir. Ph NAPy: 1$ 37Th. ON.
nome and OOOT9VI I. the undersigned. Gator Ideally swHaW for ,..-..... business.Acreage. I-if S INOU"I c-\"IT" -

DUDLEY P. HARDY. P.A. Frelghtways. Inc. wilt ,e B7 ee. ....... 9 M ,hem, extra small cettege, .....-..-.. ................ .........!!:11....If.LOf01610 :!;.........160.51..
P.O. Drawer 1030 sell at public auction for p1..2. ohlle w..... s.--Ittt.. Fenced, pad...... 110\P, 4 11 9$ .9,000r a 12 OCOO
Stark. Florida 3901. cast at 2175 Com .red eM ...... red. entr M stile .... Very picturesque "(9tp6CfUMlt\cuftI50.'RtIIO:0;; = ,
((904)964-3701) and file monweolth Ave. ..,. _.....__ .. : ....._..... :! .......!!:!!... !! .1'.1'
the original with the Jacksonville Florida, !E Acre. Geed ,...Ite..... (Urge sell tree. *a,r*.;;- 3Ac .. : ......_ "..'
clerk. of the above styled one lot of bdl red oak ..... from s..rt.. H H2il: II 11"f '" I OUJO"OlJU oDor8O oz 0000TONN
with ..--we.... 11'10% Mes .
before paneling consigned to et perHol SIN
28 court, 983 on :or otherwl' May a Shell LumberHdwe h..IH here.C HMAOWM.... kick 4 .., I betft .home with ever 3 MOso Stl 2y.N fflfa'IJ' EM;OS. Rut.L,4: ; :,i :t tis; : ={l1Si1/YO/ \IAElQi:
lodgement be Co.,Miami. Flo.r one lot Ac,... N. In..,. ._. .. ,. ft. en 11 acres, fireplace. etsumeble ...' moe- Y 166.01 i ; f1 21 & 111.09 N fie
may of Cotton yam consigned j 1.2 Acres with 3 BR Meek beets to a qu.lIIIed buyer, geed ...... PrIM re4un41, sla. $ .$0 tSY
entered against you for to The Craft Shop., ... ............-.-............._.......$....72_.....11I'ro..........."r-. ...f'....
the relief'' demanded In Brodenton. Florida I DeuU Wtae cwstam oust .....i. let size 14' 11SV .......... "- .1111....'.Per h toj. HAYESlM11c411 S 'f SNABON-001ST S OS ocao-
t me complaint or petition. lot of 12 doors pairs: coo one, .* Reem t* expend end. grew ,.,..... I As.Verm .. wtrti 3 11burr. Property"' "..._t Senkee : 5 ACIIr6J I 1 f ear !,.OOO1l'

signed to Quality .. .lope gere.d ........_. AppraisalsSwsen E [ ( .
r WITNESS my hand and. ,Products. Tampa Eng Ivenlnpt rt_Coil M. P.Ik_.MALTO.t44- 044be ; p0 ij S Sfl! 78.Y39SM( ld!POee2eY0 /Si I I.rl.4'' '{. 110/'-YN 5{.

the seal, of said Court on Florida; one lot of Casual '*Oeem.Broker ..L.r*,.Miitr.l1ALTOR-AISOCiAT8,964.lId =
April 21,19B2., craft choir consigned to Gm""'-...,.,....,.. LucIlle Spry BtOKII SALESMAN 9644M3 j' ........--s!: ........-..::!..........t.l....-.....11..r...........-..116.74.......
Gilbert S. Brown Casual Craft Miami. J.L...,.......... Herb W.....,.ASSOOATI.944-f9. '

A* Clerk of said Court ..

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;, 4 Teams Dominate: Set Fo,

! im Rec. :, I

I Ii Interleague Contests ..
1982 Summer Program at the I
Recreation Department is set I
, .
Wednesday,June 9.and run to
\ The'A' teams took turns picking on Church *A ,August 13,with weeks packed)
the 'B' teams this week as Church of activities in between. Field

I League Softball moved into in- Softball and tee-ball, tennis;
terleague play.Heading victory Monday Hot Shot basketball,and rec act I
i into Thursday night play Eddie McGee added 3 hits Jim such as square dancing, art
the 'B' division is still looking for its Lewis was 2-2 with a double Mike marble tournaments, and
win over an 'A' ballclub. Even Smyrna Patray 2-3. and M. Phillips 2-4 with a such as limbo, and Pepsi
,, : Baptist, the 'B' leader', suffered its double for the winners. cola taste-test challenge are
first loss of the year against 1st For the losers Lonnie Zurfluh was :
Methodist Tuesday night. 3-4, Darrell O'Neil had an in-park
Klngsley Lake and the Starke Stars homer,, and Larry Paterson, Larry I I on age children can
r remained atop the 'A' group. Saucer, and Rex Seimer added extra- all day ((9 a.m. to 5:00: p.m..) or
base hits. come for activities they choose tor
I Tuesday.May 18 with a full list and schedule: ,
1st Baptist 23 St. Edwards 10: Mike Thursday May 13 at the Rec. Department of*,
Hartley smashed 2 home runs and Smyrna II Jr Stars 2: In a defen- 1 at the Old Armory. Registration
went 3-for-3 to lead 1st Baptist past St. sive battle Smyrna outgloved the Jr. be held June 4,7, and 8 at the Old
J Edwards. Stars, holding the youth team to just 4 or Pratt St. Rec offices. The
Also for the winners, Kevin Johns hits in winning 11-2. charge will be for materials used
was 3-3. Doug Sides J, Hipps and Smyrna had only 10 safeties itself .. arts and crafts field trips and
Rick Stevens were 2-2. and Jim Lewis with Randall Griffis going 3-for-3, ,_ for Tiny Tots, etc. ::
tripled. John Griffis 2-4 with a triple, and Jack :
all day is for children
For St. Edwards Bruce Rehburgwas Anderson 24.Presbrterlan.
a perfect 4-4. and Beck doubled. ; ; ; 714. For ages 4-6 a Tiny Tot pro
: is offered three mornings
25 St. Edwards 11:
1st Methodist IS Smyrna Baptist 7: was 4-for-4 with a double :\ : ; Monday, Wednesday, and
: from 9:30 a.m. to noon with
1st Methodist dealt 'B' ringleader Larry Saucer 4-5 with a double.and ,. :
Smyrna its first loss of the league Mike Sanders 3-4 with an in-the- such as coloring signing
I year by a 15-7 count as Erie Biggs rip- park homer to lead Presbyterian'sheavy I : &: crafts, etc.

ped 2 triples and a double to lead the artillery in a 25-11 win over.St. ."., : \ ; t'' : activity for the Summer Pro-
winners Edwards. ; :> : includes golf lessons to be given
Barry Thomas was 3-for-4 with a Also Lonnie Zurfluh was 2-4 with a : : ( Starke Golf &: Country Club on
home run Pat Mundorff 3-3, and John triple Ben Padgett 2-2 with a triple ;; ; ) ; : afternoons for ages 714.
Denmark 2-4 with a double as
and Rex Seimer had an insideparkhome
Methodist its 2nd .... 1 )H' !
won straight. run for the winners. For St. Ed- ;. wa9Mfi ; include:
For the losers M. Griffis was 2-3 !
wards Donald Gissy was 2-3 Beck 3-4. o ,"" ," must be fully dressed.
f with a homer and Al Waddell tripled. Frank Coss 3-4 with a triple, and Cor- ; .\ k Rec. Dept. will not be response
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Kingtley Lake 23 Pine Level 3: hits. and will not be responsible for
Kingsley Lake unleashed its sticks Stars Erase Kingsley Lake's Church who leave the area.

Tuesday night and Pine Level was the Starke Stars 19. Kingsley 6: Leadoff The Starke Stars didn't get this double play from slips for each child
victim. hitter Jeff Johnson slapped 4 hits, Ian Johnson to first baseman John Riggs turned in time be brought in for each of the
I Jim Garrison was 3-for-3 with a triple -
inside the home that kickedup
1 park run last week but they did erase the lead Kingsley Lake trips.
David Gaines 3-4 with a double, chalk on the rightfield line to get
Leroy Ennis 3-4 with 2 triples,
the Stars on their way to a crucial win
Douglas Crawford 2-3, and Joel
Lake .
I over Kingsley Thursday.In
Hodges 2-3 with a triple to lead the the game, which knotted the 2

winners. church powers at a loss apiece the
For Pine Level Randy Alvarez and Stars led from the start after a 3-run
D. Alvarez both were 2-for-3. first inning with Kingsley Lake get-

ting no closer than 63.
Monday, May 1-1
Backing Johnson were Mitch
Calvary 13 Jr. Stars 14: Dwayne Williams 3-4 with another inparkhomer.
Davis scored on an error in the bottom Scott Hudson'2-2, and Mike h
of the 8th inning to give Calvaryan Southerland and James Curtis 23.
exciting: extra-inning win over the For the losers Curtis Crawford was
Jr. Stars Monday night. 3-3 with a double and Leroy Ennis
Duane Searle was a perfect S-for-S doubled.
with an in-park homer and double for

Calvary while Raymond Trainor was 1st Methodist 16 Calvary 7:
2.3 with a double and in-park homer. Methodist demoted Calvary Baptistto The
Gene Vanzant 2-4 with Bradford County of the
double. Dale Bedford a triple added and last place in the 'A' division with a Telegraph, one oldest
a 16-7 win. For the winners Barry
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Denmark 2-4 with a double.
Colvin 3-4. and Barry Warren 2-3 witha For the losers Ronnie Nugent led .
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Mary Brown was 3-4 with a home run, .
Sandra Jackson 2-3 with a triple, and both
Cauley 3-5 and Vicky Rosier .
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indeed clean & times, Val Seay was 3-for-4 .....
going 4-for-4 -
up with
a with a home a
run, Dredlow
1st-inning homer. Kathy Whiteheadand :
Mains Williams 2-4 with a homer, :.:
Joy were both 3-4, Gayle
Hudgins 2-5 with
a and double,
Lee 2-3 with
a double Vorease
Jones< Gloria -
Sapp 2-4 with :
a double Nix 2-4
2-3,and Lorna Leasure =
2-4 with a double with a triple, and Kelly Richards 2-4 t:0

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A Specie: Feature Section Conbking Informative Items

BThatAffect Residents of Bradford, !Union and Way Counties {a', m etrgrtipt' M Jiit RTh8iiiES"ty

Thursday;.,May 20. 1982!
B Section

"Biggest: : Shrine Parade Ever Staged Here" Set For Saturday

: ..-. n Purudc 10:30 u.....; Chicken Uiiiner 12-4 p.m.A I

razzle-dazzle parade, the likes of Clubs, civic clubs, and local officials.
"If.. \ which have never been seen !before in An added attraction will be Vic Hyde,
r." Starke, is expected to bring !between an international (entertainer who performs
ara 3.50O and 4.500 visitors here this in a circus parade truck, com
Saturday. The big draw will be the plete with steam calliope This is a
., "" Shrine Club's annual fund-raising professional unit which, in 1981, was
: event, supporting 21 (soon to be 22)) featured in 61 parades throughout the
'. '. \ children's hospitals and burn units U.S. and Europe Hyde and his wife
';, t-tl financed by Shrine activities nation- Suzy own the world's largest collection -
JY w r""e wide. of three-wheeled autos, which are
a r. stored at their home in Hawthorne.
.. event here raised over
--- Last year's
than The Bradford County Commissionhas
for the hospitals -- more
$8,000 designated Saturday May 22, as
contributed by
half of the $16,000 "
c "Starke Shrine Club Day recognizing
Starke Shrine Club to the program in
that the great! contribution this group
71G7IIfr -81. "This year we hope makes the and the
Y t'A h $10,000, says Or
N figure by reaching
burns hospitals! throughout nation.
m 4
club president.
Nrry R.S. Mullins
Bill Cruce, chairman of the chickendinner
1 irI bY Due to the outstanding support of plans to serve at least 2,400
4 i 4r the local Shrine Club. Starke will ratea customers at a $3 per plate donation.A .
"mandatory" parade meaning that crew of Shnners and non-Shrine
all units of Morocco Temple as well volunteers will start conking at
as other Shrine Clubs in the area are daylight and will have plenty of
obligated to turn out in force for the chicken ready to serve by noon. Cruce
big event. Due to the length of (he promises "no long waiting" this year
parade it will not be possible to loop with serving lines set up inside the
L : down Call Street Dr Mullins said. cafeteria, as well as outside
r ; Units will form al 10 a.m. on Edwards:
Road near Bradford Square and will The Starke Shrine Club now sponsors
start moving north on U.S. 301 at eight crippled and/or burned
10:30: disbanding at he( school children from the local area, some of
grounds, where a fried chicken dinner "whom have even been fitted with ar-
will be served from 12 noon to 4 p.m. tificial limbs. These childrens receivethe
al Starke Elementary School best medical care at the burns
D cafeteria hospitals at no charge to their
The funds raised this Saturday
e u tQ r IJJ All parade units> from Morocco
will be sent directly to Morocco
Temple in Jacksonville will participate
in Jacksonville and
Temple are
including marching bands,
distributed to the 21 Shrine
chanters, singers!( the Legion of Hospitals
and burns units the U.S. A
l throughout
Honor Marching Corps, the Million
Shrine I is also under
new lospilal construction
Dollar Band riding on a semi-truck,
'.4 Drum and Bugle Corps Arab Patrol, \ now in IU84!in Tampa and will be
.: Horse Patrol and Oriental Band.

Parade Chairman Richard Cunningham Dr. Mullins and all Shrine members
expects! this to be the largest cordially invite all citizens of Brad
ford and neighboring counties to
parade ever held in the Starke area
T, "In addition to the 40 to 50 Shrine come out and enjoy the parade and
chicken fry while helping to supportan
This Shriner Vehicle and many others like it from all over the state will be on hand Saturday units including there the will be BUS many Band local entries Hoping outstanding charitable program.

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"WII" _. c 'j
I' for*,firstHospital r lie

, Run cA I( r

., Thirty-nine. runners crossed the ME CENTER JINC l(

finish line of the Bradford Hospital (
"v National Hospital Week Run for Fun ...( ,
1 and Health two-mile run last Satur .
"{/;: K.B. Higgins, 34, from Williston ran HUGE SAVINGS KIND OF BUY, YOU COULD 1[ '
the fastest time of the .
pleting the circuit in 11:37.day com 4 ON ALL HAVE HAD, UNLESS YOUSTOCK .C

Lisa Tierney was the first female UNITS SHOP JOHN D. BROWN, INC. C
finisher,. running a 15:02: clocking. \- iI C ,
Lisa, an 11'}'ear-old honor student at +
Bradford Middle School, is the
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: daughter of Mike and Diane Tierneyof
Starke. -- C
"We were pleased with the turnout De1D10.AJUA aC
) ," said Hospital Administrator \ +C
C.E. O'Steen. "THere was a lot of en- +C
:, thusiasm. We hope to triple the par- $( IiIM"IVR I&DROOII -+C
ticipation next year. We're planning BEDROOM
to add a Health Walk event for non- "l" [ O t LIVING ROOM 4IATN C
runners. 4 C
Complete results, by grouping are
as follows: -J

Boys, age B and under: KICK-OFF FISHFRYfor
l.MattTraylor 4 4
2.Jeffery Davis3Michael .

Boys I.Greg, 912 Wiggins2.Dewey if: 14 Wide 1 Bdrm.is $8,357 4eeDRAWDY

/ Boys, 13 15 ..
;. 1. Thorn Jones ..!> ..'w : I :[ 28x70 ..
2. Joe Moore lum en
3. Gene Powell : P.U i _IDnoo
Men, 16 20 entuea o
1. Richard Warren c t'/ STATE REPRESENTATIVE

2. Denny George / J( DEMOCRAT DISTRICT21

Men 1. K.B., 26 35 Higgins ic vMAS : 3 Bdrm.. >, (Bradford Clay.SI Johns)

2. Clay Driggers -tc i 2 Bath isLWMaa May 22nd 4.7 P.M. Clay Shrine Club
3. Steve Futch TIAOflOOM r4t .u. 4K Q (ICaIl264.21700r 264-2948 lor Directions)
Men 36 45 O4HIMO AJIIA uo.oor
I'1C $34 364
1. Charles Barton i
Men 46 55 iIiC pa PC Aar'ad i> '"'bylreawnrN r wayne Atlen Public Invited-Contributions Appreciated

1. Robert Moore 1r
2. Patrick Patillo
Girls, 9- 12 Cedar Siding SS Sink Sliding Glass Door Deluxe Furniture -)>
1. Lisa Tierney it Shingle Roof Dishwasher Garden Tub & Many. More Options +: $ 10 off with this ad
2. Luisa Moore iC' Frost Free Ref rig. W/lcemaker/ Garbage Disposal Fireplace W/Blower ic

3. Kristl Dickens This offer good on any complete pair of Eyeglasses
Girls, 13 -15
1. Laura Garcia ; .ec iCiC : (Lenses and Frame)

2. Heather O'Steen tciC Bring us Your new prescription, or have
3. Sheri Norman
Women 16 20 1Sx51 Meloar t your present lenses duplicated.
1. Barbara Hoyt
2. Chris Dobbs : FLEETWOOD :

Women, 21.25 i
1. Jenny Hall : STONERIDGE1

Women, 26.35 {c Bdrm..1 Bath -ems I __ [-- i .. The Eyeglass Store

1. Georgeann Horton -= ..t... -fieiK

2. Donita Burke ..........-....
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Women, 36 45 4. Shingle RoofFrost Free Frlg. -Energy Ins. Pkg.
1. Beverly McGee Siding Dishwasher -S.S. Storm Windows tcPlywood JIC11CE: 1M i Federal. Government guarantees your rights to your preurtp on.
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Women 4655 Located At!
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Women, 55 and upI MODULAR HOMES KEYSTONE OPEN: Monday thru Friday
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ings, Albert Gaskins, Willie J. 73, of Starke died in the North Florida' grandchildren. years. She was the widow of the late in Miami of Memorial Archer Park Funeral under Home.the
Gaskins Williams and Roger Young, all of Regional Hospital in Gainesville Sun Services were held Tuesday, May Lloyd S. Iledman, and a member of direction
Gainesville Gilbert Williams of New day, May 16. 18, at 2:30: p.m. in the Chapel of the Everybodys Tabernacle in Gilbert S. Newcomb
James Gaskins,86, of Brooker, died York City and Honald Young of Seat. Mrs. Epperson moved to the Starke DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home with Ellisville. Gilbert S. Newcomb, formerly of
Tuesday, May 11, at Alachua General tie, Washington; three sisters, area in the '30's from Jacksonville.Born her pastor Rev. Cliff II. McLeod, Jr. Survivors include one son, Lloyd Starke and Gainesville, died Thurs
Hospital after a long illness. Equilla Slaughter of Newark, N. J., in Tampa, Mrs. Epperson was a officiating. Burial was in the family Redman of Providence; four day !May 13, In Orlando, where he had
Mr. Gaskins was a lifetime resident Eva Simmons of Daytona Beach and member of the First Presbyterian plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery. In lieu daughters, Constance Redman of resided since the first of the year
of Brooker. He was a farmer and the former member of of flowers, her family Chicago 111., Joyce Tippins of
Josephine Valentine of St. Church and was a requested dona- Funeral services were held Saturday
lay leader of the Greater Bell United School Board. tions be made to the Florida Louisville Texas, Shirley Velasquezof !
Petersburg; and 32 grandchildren, 47 the Bradford County Lung followed by Interment in Orlando. -
Methodist Church of Brooker and wasa gr'at. randchildren. Her parents were the late Robert L. Association. Miami, Carol Bianchi of Elmwood .

member of the Pallbearers Lodge. Services were held Sunday, May 16, Richard and Jewell Robertson. Svea Margaret Redman Park, 111.; two brothers, Oscar Mr. Newcomb was manager of the
Survivors include is wife, Hilda
at 3:30: p.m. at Greater Bell United Survivors include her husband, W. Sondee of Tavares, Fla., and Ragner Coca-Cola Bottling Co. in Starke for
Gaskins of Brooker; five daughters, Methodist Church of Brooker with J. Epperson, of Starke; one daughter, Mrs. Svea Hodman, 74, of Providence Sondce of Naples; one sisters, Esther several and was later
Ruth Simmons of Elmhurst, N. Y., died Saturday afternoon, Wallin of 14 grandchildrenand years managerof
Rev. J. D. Johnson officiating. Burial Sally Whisenhunt of Los Angeles, Lccsburg;
motels in Starke and Gainesville
Lillian Kinsler of New York City, Net- was in Rhutabranch Cemetery of Calif; three grandchildren, William May 13, in the Union General Hospital 17 greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
lie is survived by his
tie M. and Thernell in Lake Butler after brief illness. wife
a services held Thurs-
Canter Brooker. Jr. of Heights, were
A. ,
Gay. Elizabeth, and throe!sons, Bert of San
Mullbcrry, Brooker,and Doris She born In
was Goteborg Sweden, ChurchIn
Dorothy It, EppersonMrs. Janine Sellers of Starke and Tina day morning in Sunset Chapel
Francisco, Calif. of
Washington of Gainesville; six sons Whisenhunt of Los Angeles, Calif. living most of her life in Miami. She Miami, with the Rev Nick ; Byron Atlanta
Henry Gaskins! of Green Cove Spr- Dorothy Richard Epperson, Also surviving are two great has lived in Providence for the past 14 Schubert officiating Burial followed Ga.; and Charles, of Orlando.



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ObituariesClarence .

Jack brothers, Clayton Manning of in Charge of Arrangements. both of Starke; two sons, Dick Jonesof River Baptist Church.
Manning Jacksonville and Pervln Manning of He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Anna Mae Jones Palatka, and Robert Jones of Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
Mr. Clarence Jack Manning, 71, Keystone Heights; two sisters, Mrs. Darla Hollifield of Hampton; his Starke Zona Douglas Edwards of Brooker;
died Tuesday night in the Veterans Ethel Nickles of Callahan and Mrs. father, Mr. Jerry Lowell Hollifield of Mrs. Anna Mae Jones, age 55, who Funeral services will be held today two daughters, Mrs. Sally Benton and
Administration Hospital after an extended Ruby Morris of Starke; and nine Cross City, Fla.; maternal grand lived In Starke on Griffis Loop, died in Thursday, May 20 at 10:30: a.m., in Mrs. Zona Sue Gainey both of
illness. granchildren. parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.G. Johnsonof the Alachua General Hospital in the Grace Baptist Church with the Brooker; one brother, Mr. Coy Edwards -
He was born in Georgia, living most Funeral services were held Friday, Pelham, Ga.; paternal grand- Gainesville Monday evening follow. pastor, Rev. Donald E. Scheetz of of Brooker; three sisters, Mrs.
of his life in the Bradford County community May 14 at 4:30: p.m. in Archer Funeral parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hollifieldof ing a long illness. ficiating.! Georgia Frank of Gainesville, Mrs.
Home Chapel with Rev. David Alva, Fla.; paternal great- Mrs. Jones was born in New DeWitt C. Jones Fun'raillorne is Virginia Lee of Brooker, Mrs. Flora
lie was a member of the Baptist Hodges officiating. Burial followed in grandmother, Mrs. Mary Hollifield of Orleans Sept. 9, 1926, and moved to in charge of arrangements. Kelly of Wildwood; two grand
Faith, a member of the Woodman of Sapp Cemetery in Raiford and Archer Sampson Lake, and maternal great- Starke over 37 years ago. She was of John children, Stephanie Gainey and Mil-
the World, a member of V.F.W. in Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in grandmother, Mrs. R.L. McElvy of the Catholic faith. Vernon Edwards Jr. chel Gainey both of Brooker.
Starke and he served in the U.S. Navy charge. Pelham Ga.Graveside. Survivors include her husband, Mr. John Vernon (J.V,) Edwards, Funeral services were held Friday,
during World War II. lie was a retired services were conducted Curtis O. Jones; her mother, Mrs. Jr., 68 died in Alachua General May 14 at 2 p.m. in New River Baptist
pipe fitter. Zachariah Virgie llollifield 'at 11 a.m. Friday, May 14, 1982, with Carrie R. Jacquillard of New Hospital after a brief: illness. Church with Rev James Countryman
Survivors include three sons, Zachariah VirgIe Hollifield, 16 mon- Rev. James Starling and Brother Orleans; five daughters, Teresa He was born in Bradford County JivIng officiating. Burial will follow in Mt.
Michael J. Manning of Lake Butler,. ths old, of Hampton, died Wednesday, Jimmy Sullivan officiating. Burialwas Gainey of Palm Valley, Fla., Linda his entire life in the Brooker Community Zion Cemetery in Union County with
Ray Manning of Orlando, and Pat May 12 at hands; Hospital in in Santa Fe Cemetery with Ar Padgett of Starke, Sheryl Deese of lie was a retired Cattle Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butlerin
Manning of Jacksonville; two Gainesville following an extended il- chie Tanner Funeral Home of Starke Houma, La., Debbie & Ginger Jones Farmer. lie was a member of New charge.


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." ArrestedOn .The drivers of both cars got tint but) Patrolman Eston Mosher.A Road. Willey rs- pickup struck a Jacksville.Damage ,., ing Eugene a right Udden turn onto Matthews N. Epperson was malE St.!
Five the unknown driver got back in his culvert and came to rest on IU side to Smith's 1979 Oldsmobilewas off SR-100. Kenneth G. Etheridge,Jr.i
Marijuania Charge car to leave when Chandler pulled} the school bus driven by Harold causing $ISO damage to the 1978 $800 damage to Crosby's 1976 was traveling behind Matthews andS
,weeks of investigation the tag off of his car. Quick thinking on Lawrence Cunningham of Gainesville Dot e. There was sight damage to Chevrolet van was $350. according to did not anticipate Matthews turning!
After with the Chandler's part but almost useless waa parked on the side of the road At: culvert belonging to Bradford Patrolman Sonny Jackson. right, attempted to pass on the right]
Slatke Pqlice Department Bradford since it was an imporper tag with Broadway and Adkins waiting for County, according to Trooper T.: C. side. Matthews''vehicle was struck in!
;;1 assistance of the County stolen decals. According to children to load when It was struck bya Pace., Vicky Anderson Rosier of Starkeran the right side. Etheridge said Mat|
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Sheriffs' locatedat Patrolman Steve Backus the hit and pickup truck May 11. into the rear of a truck driven by thews had a left turn signal indicating]
i> rant on May 13 on the building for run vehicle has not been found. Willard Freddie Gaskins of Starkelet Theresa Louise Lane of Lake City Harry Richard Collier May 13 on Call a left turn.According. I
234 N. Cherry St., Starke, Damage to Chandler's 1976 a child out of his truck then backed was cited for careless driving May 15 St. Rosier said the sun was (In her
suspected contraband. A total of five Oldsmobile was $800. I ,Into the school bus causing approx- in an accident on US-301. Lane was eyes and she did not see Collier who to Patrolman I
arrests were made after to evidence be drug i imately $500 damage. There was no eastbound on private property when ''was stopped for the traffic signal. Miller there were no citations issue I
seized in the search proved
damage to Gaskins truck, according she entered US-301 attempting to Damage to (Collier's Damage to Matthews 1979 f
related. 1978
Money Found to Patrolman Ricky Bennett. make a left turn striking Toyota
Those arrested were John Edmond truck was $50 damage to Roster's Oldsmobile was $500, damage to I
Connie Under Pillow At Motel Lynn Kersey's vehicle in the left Etheridge's 1982 Ford pickup was
McRae, Donald Ray Tedder, front. 1979 Ford was $850, according to Lt.
Lou Johnson Danny Allen Nugent, Early Wednesday while cleaning Louis Andrew Chaff of Starke was Damage to Lane's 1960 Pontiac was Eston Mosher. $800.
and Lynda Edwards Kassel. All five rooms at the Trail Motel in Lawtey cited for failing to immediately reportan $400, there was no listed damage to
were charged with possession of a Lorine Tyler really hit the jackpot accident and Ralph Thomas Smithof Kersey's 1969 Ford pickup, accordingto
substance and were booked '
controlled when she picked up a pillow and found' Starke was cited for the same Patrolman David Crum.
into the Bradford County Jail. under it better than $3,000 in cash. charge and failure to yield to oncoming
The search warrant was requestedby Two women had just checked out of traffic May 14. Gene Darren Dahl of Starke was
Starke Police Officer Jerry Miller the room heading south in a 2V4 ton Chaff was eastbound on 8th Ave. o cited for having no valid driver'slicense
and was signed by Bradford County stake body truck loaded with tomatoe
search when Smith entered from a private improper tag following to
Judge George Pierce. The Police Officers boxes. The tag on the truck was from drive crossed the center of the road- closely and leaving the scene of an accident -
was conducted Miller by Starke Steve Backus-, South Carolina, according to Marshall way and collided with Chaff. o May 15. Rinsoszasar -
Jerry Jordan. Damage to Chaffs 1982 Ford pickupwas Jeff Ruise of Starke was stopped in
Jackson, Willie Searcy, Wayne
Sonny $1,000 damage to Smith s 1967 the traffic lane awaiting a vehicle in I
and Estan along STATE
Wilkinson Sheriff's Deer Season Ford pickup was $500, according to front of him to turn left when he was
Bradford County rYFra
with and Extended on US-301 Trooper D. C. Roberts. struck in the rear by Dahl. After 'V .Lr i
Deputies John Dempsey Greg MOdOR
Nichols. L. M. Gaines of Starke was going (striking Ruise's vehicle Dahl left the
Evidence seized in the search in- north on US-301 May 15 when a deer Johnny Slicer Andrews of Lawteywas 1 i scene and proceeded north on US-301 1 *
cluded% of a pound of cannabis, can- ran across the roadway into his path. cited for wilful-wanton reckless) approximately three miles before
nabis plants, cannabis seeds, Unable to avoid the deer Gaines hit driving in an accident on May 14 south becoming disable from the 11:17: p.m.
and killed the deer. of Starke on US-301. accident.
and speed.
paraphernalia All five defendents were released Damage to Gaines' 1979 Mercurywas Donald Ray Cooper was northboundon Rescue responded to the acci-
on their own recognizance or surety $800 according to Trooper Wm. US-301 the inside traffic lane be- dent, taking Ruise to Bradford County 1 ;!x9
bonds until their arrangements are Abrams. ing overtaken and passed by a semi- Hospital. Bars Qt.
trailer when Andrews came up behind Damage to Dahl's 1979 Ford pickupwas
scheduled. Cooper at an extremely high rate of $3,000, damage to Rime s 1974 76 Ounce Rinse 5-Oz. Dial Soap Quaker State Oil
Inmate Traffic AccidentsIn speed and attempted tq swerve bet- Chevrolet was $4,000 according to Big economical box of Big bath size bars of Dial Super Blend 10W-3O rnultl-
Escapes Bradford Area ween Cooper and the passing truck. Captain Scotty Rhoden. heavy duty laundry I powder. deodorant soap. Limit 3. grade motor OH. Limit 5.
From LCI Andrews hit Cooper in the left rear.

Mark R. West, 25, of Duval County Billie I. Boyd 23, of Live Oak was Damage to Cooper's 1976 Olds was Russell J. Smith of Starke was cited
escaped from Lawtey Correctional cited with careless driving failure to $200 damage to Andrews' 1968 when he ran a red light causing an accident 599Pair $2Ea.
I Instutite May 19 at 8:30 p.m. accor- immediately report an accident and Chevrolet was $450 according to May 16, Smith also was cited
ding to Superintendent James Wain- leaving the scene of an accident May Trooper Wm. Abrams. for having no license tag.
wright. 1 when he lost control of his vehicle 7 Smith was traveling west on SR-100, Unit Solo Tops,.ShortsSandals
West was sentenced to five years miles south of Starke. Boyd was Jarrell Francis Willey of Bronson i proceeded through a red light at the ; p & Rompers
each On two counts of drug charges southbound on US-301 when he lost was run off the road by an unknown intersection at US-301 and struck a Udtaa''tank too
from Duval. he had served approx- control veered of the roadway,skidd- vehicle May 16 on Sampson Trestle vehicle driven by Larry Crosby of Laclnar-kx aandal with' duratxarubfcaraol ,' In prints, atripmandKUda
ed, struck a culvert and around. S.M.L
imately two of his 10 spun *
years year Lad''"'and tfoV nd 40-4e.
Damage to Boyd's 1971 Oldsmobileas .
sentence. a4... Short*In track.lamaJcan ,.
I $400 according to Trooper D. S. I lilt cuff

Man ArrestedOn Cranford. ,DWI Arrests Up, Highway Patrol ReportsUnder Smock bottom S.M.L and_atytaa 32-40 I. lie

Burglary Charge Elizabeth Voncile Pearce was going ahouWac. romparaS.M.L.
Azell Sapp 25, of Starke was ar- east on SR-16, slowed to turn left was
j rested by city police May 19 charged struck by a vehicle driven by MarionD. Drunk driving arrests by troopersin the new'law, first-time offenders
with aggravated assault, armed McBride as he started to pass but 1981 were up eight percent over would have to do 50 hours of $1
burglary and criminal attempt- hit the brakes and skidded out of con- 1980 said the Florida Highway Patrol community-service work would have
murder. trol east of Raiford May 4. Director Colonel Eldrige Beach. their licenses revoked for at least six >
Patrolman Willie Searcy saw Sapp A passenger in the Pearce vehicle, With the exception of two years, months and would have to attend Man'sTransfer :
{ climb out a window of a house while Christopher R. Pearce received 1971 and 1980 alcohol has been the some kind of substance-abuse course. IlacClfCltt
Searcy was investigating a burglary. minor injuries. foremost contributing factor in fatal The new law also increases the T-Shlrts
Sapp had a firearm at the time and McBride. 29, of Lake Butler, was crashes in Florida for the past ten miminum fines for all drunken- -r
it in Searcy direction. Sapp fl cited for failure to use due care years. driving convictions. :::::
f anted Pearce 41, of Raiford was cited for Patrol records show that speed was Graham said an increase of 150 .uyInga. SlIgtIt
ed.At 2:45 a.m. on May 19 another call improper lane change, according to the leading cause in 1971, prior to the highway patrolmen on Florida's "saguWa.
was received from Ida Street. Sapp Trooper Wm. Abrams. 55 mph speed limit and careless driv- highways this year and additional 150
was found in athe wooded area and Damage to Pearce's 1982 Ford ing led alcohol in 1980. next year will help enforce the new PrtcM Good Al All Family Doll.StorM 309 South Walnut I Street 1
booked into the Bradford pickup was 2400. damage toMCBride's Fatal crashes involving alcohol law. It will become Through Thla Waatand. OuanHMca Lbnltad.
County Jail effective July 1. On Sonta 11_.. Mo Salaa To Oaalara. Stark, Florida
according to Lt. Eston Mosher and 1973 Cadillac was 1400. have averaged 575 per year for the
Patrolman Willie Searcy. last ten years. The highest year was
Harold Dogan Smith 51, of Starke 1973 with 763 and 1980 was second with
was northbond on US301 May 5 whena 737 alcohol-related fatal crashes.

I. Orange St. Brawl vehicle driven by Amy' .J. Hyman; of Totals for 1981 are,...not.,.. ,.available, at Jones Convalescent Service Inc.Providing' '
L Nets Gainesville turned in Ms path. \ this time. : .
Two Arrests .
Hyman was struck'spun around and' Driving while Intoxicated l 'arrests : lU', I' ,_ :
H A May 14 distrubance On Orange came to rest at the intersection of t made by troopers in 3981 totaled 8,566as
Street resulted in the police being US-301 and Jackson St. compared to 7,967 in 1980. NonemergencyMedical
called several times, the fire depart- Hyman was cited for improper "The Patrol has continuously made
ment once, two arrests and a trip tot change of lane, according to extra efforts to remove drunk drivers
the hospital for one of those arrested. Patrolman Sonny Jackson. from our highways because we know Transportationfor
Carolyn Faye Russell and David Damage to Smith's 1978 tractor- that alcohol related crashes take
Lloyd Crawford of Starke were arrested trailer was $75, damage to Hyman's about 600 lives each year" said
and charged with disorderly 1981 Datsun was $3,800. Beach. wheelchair & stretcher patientsin
intoxication at 439 N. Orange St., according "We also encourage all motorist to
t to Lt. Eston Mosher. The Williard Leroy Thornton was cited report other drivers who are driving
police were called several times to for driving while his license was erratically on the highway to the Bradford & Clay Counties
the disturbance, when the subjects suspended in a May 7 accident on nearest law enforcement agency."
became. beligerent they were ar US-301. On April 20 Governor Graham sign-
rested. Crawford bleeding from both Gloria Padgett Maricle of Lawteywas ed into law a bill that will give Floridaone
arms was taken to Bradford County in the instide northbound lane of of the toughest drunken-driving P.O. Drawer H
I. Hospital, then was booked into the US-301 slowing for another vehicle to laws in the country.
county jail.Sometime. turn left when she was struck in the 964-6223 Starke, Florida
during the distrubance right rear by Thornton who was adjusting -
the fire department was called to the his radion and served to late to
frame house when a mattress in the avod a collision with Maricle. "Talk fool f
tens to a and
corner of the porch caught fire. Damage to Thornton's 1974 Dodgewas he calls you foolish;'
Crawford and Russell were released $450, damage to Maricle's 1980 ]
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on $50 surety bonds. Ford was $400, according to Mobile Homes Inc.I '. ,

Hit And Run VehicleIs Family Planning Clinic

Minus Its LicenseAn Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied)

front of unknown Sandra vehicle Joyce stopped Chandler's in & Vasectomles i .7 th 4.

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proceeded to back into her vehicle.

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\ Biggs Body Shop Arthur Redding Joe Usher AgencyA Oasis Lounge Hill's Van Service Inc.
STARKE Biggs Coin Laundry Jerome Johns Friend StaWngs CornerBilyaEvaWeisner Jim Bites
Community State Bank Tackle Box Lee McKenzie McLeod's Beauty Shop Media Marketing, Inc.
Wanda Philips W.F. Moss Brier's Gem JewelryA McLeod's Barber Shop Orchard's Place Gainesville Florist
Stan's Bootery Baldwin Chevrotet-Olds,. Friend Flower Country Orchard Motel ; Bil Cousins
Steve Murphy's Auto Repairs Nell Tucker Harry Gruen D.D.S., P.A. Sidney Todd Waldo Ace Hardware University City Florist
ButBngton's Studio and City Clerk Merle Norman Cosmetics Studio J.H. TealWater's Waldo MarketChippendale Jim Hall Paints, Inc.
;i Gift ShopNorman's Jula's Florist James McDaniel Gulf Antiques Cecil & Jimmy's Mobile
Produce New Method Cleaners Red and bma Buford Archer Funeral Home Salinger's Orange Shop I Jeffcoat SignsMargaret
Seafood Market Harry Collier Lee & Vicki Sparks Cecil demmons 301 Auto Parts I a Harry Staling
J.E. Hardy Auto Sales BuDlngton Gift.Shop Richard E. Welty Spires Store Waldo GudBrown's a Family
Starke Power Equipment Mostey Tire Company Attorney at Law Howard CaldlnJohnson's Launderette a Market Automaster
322 S. Walnut 301 Qulk Stop Badcock Furniture Grocery Powel Automotive I Lucky 73Sonny's
Bradford Rentals Lewis Timber Company Sandra CrawfordShufod's Leamon Wards Mary Perera Real Pit
..1 301 North Nobel Fritz Kramer Chevron Edte Smith Waldo Flea Market Bar-B-Que
Bobby and Gertie McRae (Old Standby) The Wimpy Family Western Auto Assoc. The Trading Post Restaurant National Car Rental
Charles and AgnesM. Archie Tanner Funeral Home Jones Craft Shop John L. Shadd EnterprisesCarol Cart Beggs Gainesville Neon Signs
Sanders Bradford Convalescent Craft a Supples WeBs W.M. Norwood Latlmer Tire Co.
Nettle's Brama Services Inc. Florida Pest Control Cliff YarbroughJoe Coca-Cola Bottling Co.
t Bradford Furniture Industries Carlos & Lelta Johnson Sears Shaw
5 *': Western Steer of Starke City Barber Shop George RobertsInsurance Elen Lowe
Hair, Etc.Browning. Jordan Agency Inc. Sonny's Bar-B-Que KISSIMMEEBuddy HAMPTONJerry's
Construction, Inc. Jackson's Building Supply E.J. Dewing Stables Isaac Vames a Ned Garner Electrical
J.E. Hardy Auto Sales Harry Green Auto Parts James Tyre Judy Andrews Griffin Industries Inc.
301 Liquors Acme Hardware a W.T. Jackson Inc. Ellington Construction Co. Lett's Country ComerKINGSLEY
; Roster's Garden Center Building Supply Starke Tire Service Jackson Building Supples
i Dewayne and Linda McRae Noegers Auto Sales 301 South HiOandate Farms LAKE CITY
; R.S. MulBns. D.V.M. Teal Tile a Carpet, Inc. Gerald Crawford Douglass EquipmentHal Horace Ryals
S Green's Welding Jones Funeral Home Tom a Barbara Casey Y. Mimes Roberts Monument Company LAKEA
> Marge a AI Carlisle Jones Convalescent Service Pours Cleaners Lottie Lee Archer Friend
E Crosley Manufacturing Corp. Brown Heating a Donna a John Clark Supervisor of Elections New Kingsley Beach
I Jo-Lu Motel a Trailer Park Air Cond., Inc. Century 21 Josephine Addison Mr. and Mrs. W.F. CooleyA
Truby Slade Tractor Sales J.C. Calhoun NeighborhoodProperties Tax Collector I MAXVILLE Friend
: Noble C.H. a Mrs. Nasworthy David Browning a Family Inc. Robert's Service Station Ceramics by Bob
\ Jimmy a Sandra Alvarez : Five Winds Lounge REALTORRev. Fortune Federal Whitley Steel CompanyMr.
Thomas Auto Parts Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Goodge a Mrs. Walter H. Lee Lake Butler Branch and Mrs. G.L. Griffis
t Dr. D.W. a Ann Whiffen Pat a Patsy Welch Gilbert Sally Nelson Pettit Used Cars Buddy and Norma Jean Parrish RAIFORD
Bradford County Telegraph The Meat Store The Office Shop James Wilson Florida Crown Printing Olin a Sons AmocoHI
x Draw-Tlte, Inc. Starke Motor Parts NAPA Mr. and Mrs. Gary Moody Wilford CroftProperty Fryer's Place Lo Grocery
., Bill a Evelyn Cruce I Krol Realty CompanyPaul Members of Bradford Lodge No. 35 Appraiser Harris Grocery Fred's Ice
Thomas Safety Service Maynard Vernon Silcox Ward's Fuel a Tire Service
The Looking Glass Howard's Auto Parts
Dwighfs Food a Scat Virginia Shannon
r. Sawyer-Slade Gas Durban Memorials The DeRnch Green Family Debris Beauty Shop
of Starke Inc.Debra'aKltchen. Ray a Bonnie Durban Jessie B."Sim" Sanders Margie F. Cason BALDWINBaldwin LlNCOLNNEBRASKA
.. _. Clerk of Court Amoco
I. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Autry- -' Cecela TerwOegar. Realtor! J.D. Kelly
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.Denmark furniture' Big AI Samons" Ted a Mary Helen Oglesby \ .tD.M,Hale. Joan Chapman .' Prince Hall
f Joe's Saw Shop TG4Y Family Center Owen Joist 'h" ., Farm Bureau Insurance .r. A Friend .. "
; Marie GreenGreyhound AI Young Vacuum Shop The Girts at Surplus Property Andrews Drugs Baldwin Food Store
= Lines Sunshine Electric a Plumbing Corbett's Auto a Tire Service Farmers a Dealers Bank Baldwin Auto Supply Inc.
Roberts Monument Company Florida Pest Control (Firestone) Pat Pruitt Wade Greene
C J.D. a Vernle Odom Bradford Title a Abstract Co. Dr. and Mrs. H.H. Adams Vladimir Holowatsch. M.D. Lonnie Lynn PUTNAM HALL
Alligator Creek Ranch Inc. W.R. "BUT Alderman Andrews Drugs Doyte Vames Insurance Agency Baldwin Barber Shop Willie L. Mayes
i Bil a Debt( Tschorn Neva Flynn Monk Thelma Dinkins Jim's Furniture N.C. Busbee
:: Fortune Federal Supervisor of Registration Fred Dobbs Lake Butler Apparel M.A. Tanner
x George Ricks Salvage Dolph Reddish Waters Bulldozing Powel Printing Baldwin Shopping Center Inc.
: Wayne's Paint a Body Shop Sheriff Lawrence a Unda Mosley Thomas Metals Altman Exxon MOODYVILLE
Charles June Thornton Gib and Jewese Brown Watson's Western Wear John Whitehead S.C.Taylor Elbert a Betty NettiesHAMPTON
i Hurst's She Service Esther S. Hal Rep. a Mrs. Frank WUIams Sheriff D.W. Roberts
.. R a M Body Shop Tax Coftector Mr. and Mrs. Bil 8.5 sent Lake Butler Farm Center Ann's BarbecueBanner
Griffls Construction Torode OB Co.. Inc. Torode ElectricMack Owen A. Hoover Auto Parts
LGerald Enterprises Shel Oil Products a Adeline Futch Parrish Food Store Larry's GroceryJax LAKE
a Kitty Carter Florida Bank at Starke Judge EWe Sanders Frank's Barber Shop MO AutolTruck Plaza Fayne Bernice Bateman
Margaret a Buddy Lewis Register Oil a Gas Company Bowen's Pest Control Flowers by Richards David J. Joseph CompanyCar Vernon Linda Parmenter
;iMerritt H. Wlfflams Insurance The OutfittersLevon Fay's U Beauty Shop Green's Lounge Shredders
f Buzzy a Sandra Green and Shirley Andrews David Martha Smith Alen a Jane Campbel Gene 0. PriceMichers
Davis Express R.O. Simmons R.V. Sates Hank a Charlotte Green Canova a Shlrtey Howard Produce
Jimmy Bowen Starke KOA Bill rvls a Paul Causey James Elsie Loyd CONYERS GA.
Iw Chief of PoliceAutomotive Roy's Grocery Market Veil a Connie Best Stilt-Bell Enterprises EJden a Betty Mathews
Parts Center Dudley P. Hardy P.A. Irene's Beauty ShopDr. Russel a Betty Bowen
Keith's Beauty Salon Lena's Dress a GIft Shop O.L. Haynes PROVIDENCEEconomy Larry a Lula Hill
it WIson's Florist Durrance Pump a Supply Co. Barbara's Beauty Shop DIesel i
w Dr. Leonard Schlofman Thornton Salvage Pat a Brenda Farnsworth Osteen a Gaskin Chemical Supply GRAHAM
Optometrist Rocky Amanda Hudson Julan a Wta McRae a FertHzere THERESSA James Joan Wilson
,; Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Oue Starke Auto Center Lavern a Alma Outlaw Thomas Grocery 3-T ShopDoug Mrs. E. Campanella
....,. Goetzman Construction Bradford Square Florist Pap-O Gas Station Food Store BIt_", ', Tire, Inc. and Eileen Raley Mrs. Hazel Nolan .
Hardee's Meat Market Ruth a Bil Powell BU and Eloise Dodd Osteen & Sons SeedsWORTHINGTON Jack Southard Roofing UoydaMetedteStlwelHEILBRON
[.)c B a M Starter a Generator Stump's Dept*StOrt Gordon's Heating a BM and Ester Harrel
: D.M. Hale Lewis Redding Air ConditioningGouber's Edward's Grocery
Farm Bureau Insurance Smith Bros. Body ShopS ShopKEYSTONE Bobby's Produce
:: Homer HartMoonlght W Muffler Shop SPRINGS SPRINGSJames
r' Enterprises Griffls a Son Fiberglass HEIGHTS Mary's Florist H. McCarthy
Ronnie Thomas Farmers Mutual Exchange Congratulations, HItching Post
... Thomas 00\ Company Hardy's Salvage Yard I Stake ShrinersMoeneyham's Mid-Florida Haulng. Inc. LAWTEYBen's
t Epps Insurance Agency Family Hair Design : Heating a Air WHam's Town a Country Refrigeration ORANGE PARKR.B.
r Jessie's LoungeA Service Slat Saucer Jr.
Jean Stewart Max and Ruby Mooneyham onSeay's
TnompUns Lounge
A Friend David Aderhott Sunshine Florist Grocery Alex Ceonfore
New Life Temple Motel
E.. Dixie Cream Do-Nut Shop Debbie. Jessie Myers Manning Fence Company Doc's Saw Shop Tral MotelJames .
::: / Noreen D. Clmer Chartoy E. Johns Agency Inc. I Jerry Sue a Buddy Whams a Beatrice Creamer
., Thomas Realty co. Brat a Jerry's Jackson's Balding Supply Ont GarageHeath's .. The members of the
t Curtis and Sandra LeeDin's w.JmsJeweiryNuWav. Richard Judy a Maria Auto Service Stark Shrine Club thank
Mobile Home BROOKER
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'f Craft's Salvage Gloria a Mike King CunninghamJones Funeral Home Green's Grocery Tatum Waters'Brothers Grocery Lumber those listed for their
F Wishbone Fried Chicken Lawson'S Ward CarroTs and
Montgomery Jonas Convalescent Service GroceryMckanzle Janet M. Staring. cooperation urge
r.t I Din Rowe OwnerDiane's Bradford Barber Shop Jack Southard Booing Tank Lines REALTORA 'everyone to give th.m as
Beauty Shop Dr. J.E. Denmark Yemen Buff Used Care Florida Hydracareeas Ca.
FriendBlanche much of business a*
i ,' Sharon and AI Cestan Dr. WHam Marchese. The KIlt Horn I your
i Paul and June Bednar Lee a Karen. Taylor possible.
CaseyJames Royal Jones a Assec..me. Larry a Frances Baffle
: Starke HolIday kin a Bobbie! ) IBrianfee's I Tries CoMtnwfion Ca.:
E.t,:, Douglas Battery ef Starke Saw Shop Paul a Jean. Stags HIGHLANDHazeTs .
Mr. and Mrs. Marty Gags I CuKgan Water Cendrttefllngef j I Jkn Young Aviation Grocery t'

Starke Paint Center Starke [ Steve Broadway Tree Service Eunice Nursery ,. JACKSONVILLEWHam
I" Plnehurst Grocery I Florida Bank at Stark I EttBent Eunice) S. a Helen Crews
Tommy Evelyn and The Eye Glass Store F.... Htndtn ; Big Dot llelllmer
; Erica Chastaln Dimple's StylI Shop" A CRIPPLED
!'t Carton a Ela Man ChastUn Wtakter-s Electric I LAKE BUTLER I I
'i \ The Butcher' Beck I ITenvBegar 1 1J CHILD'S
w:' Suzuki of Starts Jackson's BuIldIng Supply. 1 SMILE
Meters ERA FauHowr Realty Tlw Sub HutAateMttve GAINESVILLE
J,*,. Qty Fish Market Susan, kM 4 Paul. .. farts' a Equip. a L Fruits.. arts George Prktflto MAKES IT ALL ;
4" Magic Needle Edison's Dually MeatsPvrttoA NAPA Canteen CMstractJssj
Laundry a Dry Cleaning
m Mrs. Inn Green Pak Meats Juanity + ......'lady Slap. MlaState WORTH WHILE .
4 Powers Dairy Freeze Outdoor Marine SvtffyTereoa Ltada yiM j T.', Cypress iJstaCrkeas ( Electrical.CMtractersAIIM Inc.
54 Mrs. Etta Fee ThentMhi Metal ut '
Tin Cewnry HUB
1 Brew. AttorneyPetaaMeUMFancher
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.\ Continental Telephone of the South Files. for, RateContinental Increase in Florida

".11' to ask for the increase at are proposed to have no increase in tional calling paths, provide improved -
Telephone of the South' Utility, "It has been several years $22,500.00.00. We now have a gross this necessary particular time." monthly. rates. Approximately one- grades of service and to meet the
Florida filed on April 30 a request fora since either Continental Telephone or telephone plant investment in the half of the total increase requested in requests from new customers.Included -
statewide rate increase totaling the former West Florida Telephone State of approximately $37,600.00.00 "We're like other business that the State is being proposed on service in this is a new computerized swit-
$$1,038,494 with the Florida Public received an increase on its local and with the rapid rise of interest has been caught up in the present cycle connection charges for one time ching system for customers in I
Service Commission. According to charges. The increase at that time rates, as well as the effects of inflation of inflation.Our costs,like those of charges for work done to install or Kingsley Lake. Additional towns in
Jeff McGehee, Vice President and was based on a total telephone plant on the operating expenses of the the retailer or manufacturer,have Increased change a telephone. the telephone set the area are also scheduled for new
State Manager of the Marianna based investment of approximately company, the company feels It and we must offset the effects charge will be broken out from the switching systems in the near future. I
I with a compensating increase in whatwe basic monthly service charge so that New cable plant to the various areas
charge! for our product-telephone customers may have a reduction we serve are being installed to give
News About ServicemenAddison service' McGehee said. Starke when they desire to purchase their customers the most up-to-date
customers are proposed to have an In telephone sets. telephone service available.
crease of approximately SO cents per Mr. McGehee pointed out that Con- The high cost of the capital that had
PromotedTo cle, trainees studied general military A 1979 graduate of Robert E. Lee month, since this area has the tinental Telephone has spent approximately to be borrowed in order to pay for
LieutenantErnie subjects designed to prepare them for High School in Jacksonville Davis availability of the most telephonesthat 8000000.00 in the last two these improvements is one of the major
1st further academic and on-the-job joined the Navy in March, 1982. can be called as part of the call- years in equipment and facilities factors in the company's decision
training in one of the Navy's 85 basic ing area. Kingsley Lake and Lawtey statewide to meet the need for addi to request increased rates. 9
L.Addison,son of retired Air fields.
occupational -
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Force Master Sgt. John D.and LouiseM. Included in their studies were -- ---- ----
Fickett of Deer Springs Road, seamanship, close order drill, Naval
Keystone Heights,has been promotedin history and first aid. Personnel who Now Thru Wednesday May 2i98'
the U.S. Air FOrce to the .rank of complete this course of instructionare r/
first lieutenant. eligible for three hours of college / ,
Addison is a communicationselectronics credit in Physical Education and a'a
engineer at Brooks Air Force Hygiene. 0 .:
Base, Texas.
His wife, Ginger, is the daughter of
James K. and Katherine Storey of
Midwest City, Okla.
Addison is a 1979 graduate of FLORIDA '
Oklahoma University at Norman THEATREStarke X h

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Local National Guard Unit Returns With Highest Ratings

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s- rst raj- ,r "', (Above) Specialist-J Mark Griffith prepares to electric-Held a piece of
equipment. (Top center) PFC Maria Herres sterilizes cooking utensils in
k : the field. (Bottom center) Sp-4 Michael Bowen (R) and Sp-a Raymond
: Perry gel set for chow. (Top Right) PFC James! Jones! fills'er up'. (Bottom
t Right) Pvt. Thomas Cooper adjusts a headlight as SSGT Bill l.o\ell looks
ft ; on.

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Men and women from the Starke nuclear, chemical and biological week. They graduated second and' RMC in Lake Butler, was able to attend Terwillegar Motors
[area, 188 strong completed their an- (NBC) weapons being used in a future eighth respectively,and will have the this years' camp following a
nual training period with the 631st major confrontation, tramg for( this is task of assisting the unit in .training serious auto accident last year.
{Maintenance Company, Florida Army given a high priority in the modern under NBC conditions. Unit Commander Captain Ralph W,
\ National Guard, Sunday, May 16. forces. While at Camp Shelby, SP-5 A Retention Specialist School was, Park, of Keystone Heights, was
Richard Sapp and SP-4 Barry Watts attended by Sapp and SP-4 Earley rightfully proud of the 631st's C-l if l_ ifoeri _
The two-week training period was were assigned to NBC school for a Young. Young, a shift! supervisor at rating.
conducted at Camp Shelby, Mississip-
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f pi beginning on April 30. The proud-
{ but-tired troops rolled back Into
j Starke ,carrymg?a.C-.1.rating U>e I
(highest state'of readiness<<: given ,to a
preserve unit.The : Flo rf eta

trek began with a dayandahalf war-mM WUB WL n w ..5az
drive to Hattiesburg, Miss. The
local unit had their job: to support the
other troops who were also doing A CARRIERFACTORY
training at' Camp Shelb '. They accomplished -
this by providing repair
parts, fixing broken-down trucks and $ 6995
winning the contestant battle of the AND 81 Lynx. New and Loaded ,
refrigerator vans. .

While support troops don't general-
1 ly have the glamour jobs of "takingthe AUTNIORIZEDPRESEASON '81 ESCOrt
. 2 Door . .
high ground, they make it possible -
for the heros to do their jobs. If SALE
vans can't cool the
refrigeration $6695
groceries people don't eat so good. If, : SAVE -' '81 LTD. : 2 or Loaded .
trucks don t run, people walk and am I ,
munition can't get to the fightingmen.
That's where the men from $7995
Starke saved the day. 81 Granada. 4Dr Loaded ,
With a stable crew of old-timers to

the provide equipment direction running, the again local ,boys in keeping got- 5 YEAR PARTS & LABOR i '81 Chrysler $6 2 9 5

with the Army motto "Move, 2 Door 18.000 miles. .
shoot and communicate."
,With the ever-increasing threat of

Save $40 on this Carrier Siesta! '79 Ford Falrmount $3995

Summer . Auto-Alr-Ciass. . .
Day Camp -
Compact, three cooling speeds,
7th YearThe
Begins ultra-quiet operation and slde-to- i'I' ., TOyota'celicaLoaded$4995
Bradford Union Guidance side airflow. -- 78

Clinic is again sponsoring its summer Model BKA 1081 7,900 BTU 6.2 E.E.R I I II ; ., _-.. _,
day camp program, Camp Quiet -. '
Thunder, for the seventh year. This __ ,. '81 CJ-7 $8295
camp serves 40 school children from """"h --- TOpS-Alr-6:

each Bradford year.and Union County schools ---J: I r Save $60 on this Carrier Riviera!

: speed$3495
The camp program is designed to I Three,cooling speeds, four-way 79 Ford courier
increase parental involvement and III I airflow, slide-out chassis, exhaust
skills, and to provide a positive experience -
and ventilation.
for the children where they '
learn constructive social',behaviors. f Model FLE2183 .18.000BTU.6.7 E.E.R 76 F250 fo.PM $3495

In order for their children to attend u t m- M. .
camp, parents must attend at least
seven out of nine classes that the,
clinic offers to learn about the techni- '
ques and philosophies used at camp. Save $30 on this Carrier Sierra! - 75 F100 Pickup $2495

At camp the children are in a fun t .360 V-8 -Automatic. .
but structured environment where Flip-top cooling,f Ur-Way airflow,
they are awarded for behaviors like solid state fan speed, exhaust and
sharing, giving complements participating ventilation. C] _.__'.,.". __. .. .. '76 Ford courler.auto.$2395
etc. They are given oppor- Model BK006 5850 BTU.6.8 E.E.R.Jyouienergyaiiy.. '
tunities to make decisions, lead the :.....-..
and to take responsibility for
group '
their behavior. 73 F600 Chassis cab $3495

"There is a general misconceptionabout 100" W.B.* 9 .
Camp Quiet Thunder being for
bad children" says Clark Edwards, < *,
who is involved with the camp for the
fifth year "We request referrals to Call Clyde
,the camp of children who are having warneyor
any kind of adjustment difficulties
from the shy or withdrawn to the
Byron !
more aterotypical' 'bad' child. But Today
really, ,any child, no matter how SAWYER-SLADE GAS
'good' or'bad'.they are. could benefit
from attending camp. They love it,
and parents always report something & Terwilliger
improved in their child's behavior." .. APPLIANCES FORD

Any parents wishing to obtain more
Information about Camp Quiet 332 W. Motors
Thunder can write or call the direc' MADISON, STARKE, FL. 9647701A8
tor Paul Wheeler, at the Bradford '20S W. Madison SUrks y-
Union Guidance Clinic, P.O.Box 399, ,s"
Starke. The phone number in Starkeis AJJIVOO AfYtt 964.7200
964-8382 and in Lake Butler, it Is


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I, Public Invited to 22nd Inmate Flower Show at UCI


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Hwy. 100 South across from Pinehurst

Phone 964-5920

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Meats Cut to Order U.S.D.A. Food StampsIf Brown, K. Odoni and R. Ramos arrange CactiBy Woods(left)find I. A brunt tag Wants i

Preferred Welcomed

Between threeand Tony Burke four-thousand p.m.; and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. fered for sale. thp inmates.

Open 8 am til 6 pm Monday thru Saturday people' are expected to attend the 22nd The exhibit will take place at the Cacti will' be the feature plants "We've had several inmates who
clubhouse located across the have been involved this
among 12 horticultural divisions. in programthat
Thursday and Friday til 8 pm annual Flower Show at Union Correc-
v highway from the institution. Free Other divisions will include specimen have gone on to become successful -
tional Institution May 20-22. Times for
Closed Sunday for Church
refreshments will be provided and an in
landscaping or plant-
the exhibits will be Thursday (May house plants, Brornclaids, Diffen-
iLj -- inmate band will play for enter related said
your StanleyCrawford
20)), noon to 9 p.m.; Friday, 9 am.9 bachia, Bonsai, Fern, Philodendron, occupations
tainment. Each visitor will receive a official the horI
hanging baskets,. landscape plants, an in -
souvenier plant, but none will be of- dish gardens, unusual plants, African I licultre program at I the institution.Inmates .

I Keystone Heights Ads* - Violets and Aglaonema. will compete for ribbons m
issasgsagaaegaagsaag Approximately 75 inmates currently each division, with judges from the

I participate in the Ornamental Florida Federation I
FOR SALE YARD SALE PERSONAL WANTEDUSED FOR RENT HOMES FOR ticulture program: one of the many providing judges to select first-

SALEDEERWOOD rehabilitative training programs offered through-third place winners.
LAKE LOT on sand bottomed 5.FAMILY YARD SALE SERVICES OFFICE SPACEfocing through the Dept. of Corrections This will be t the final year t that I the

| lake in H.Merest.. $800 SR-100 East across from WILSON T-2000 tennis Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto Education-Vocational system. All show will be held ;it the clubhouse.
t down. $146 44 per month. swan Lak. Rood. Bunk CARPENTER WORK racquets call 473-2210 or Andrews Drugs. Call HILLS 3-lorge plant are grown at the institution by The building
kitchen 2-full bath-
work, bedrooms, ,
Phone 473-4058 or beds, Levies, books Remodeling 473-4380 after 5:00: p.m.tfn 4733411. 4X1 tfnchg. _ -- \lhlth \\':is hliill In 1'11:1: iv
S .73..367 after 6 p.m.5/1 chests.belt buckles CB. cabinets,. Reasonable and trimcorp.nter. pd 2/4 OFFICE SPACE single or doublewide 2-acres M.H.27000.on .....- bl; nod' ; retmatmg; ; ;; ,'tinci; nextcar's
tfnchg equipment. Saturday May double available. TH8 L '
rooms > event will bo hold.ui a
Call 473-2477, 7:30: WOODLAND DRIVE 3.BR.
22. Itchg 5/20 HELP Carpeted paved parking. a..lc. \Ii different location t according
I Keystone Heights, owner BOOKS. DISHES a.m. 5:30: p.m 5/1 Ifnchg 1 Bath 1.40O sq. ft. Central Get Your GradSomething
Office Center
financed 12 percent inI UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS, CARPENTRY AND MASONRY WANTEDHELP 475-2160 Keystone after 4 p.m. 4/18- H/A 38000. CcVI 1\1SHOP\ \ to T>' Jordan supervisor of
cducat iOIl.JIII'diln .
terest Lots on clear. sand dining table, chairs, appliances WORK Building patios, tfn Keystone Heights Realty,
: bottomed lake. priced to table additions, remodeling, WANTED EMPLOYMENT chg. furnished Inc., REALTOR 473-4961. pointed out I that I
purses 3BR, 2 BATH.
sell from $9,900. One to homes and tile work. Free tfnchg 5/13 many of I the plants grown
linen, dresses, kitchen SALES Dealers mobile home miles N.W. '
five acres overlooking lake utmsils, misc. Park of the estimates. Phone 473-4473 Agents, Salespeople. The of Keystone off C-18. Cen. for College r :i. hero are used I lo dot'ovate
(access available) with Palms Berea Circle, during day. 4tpd 5/5 tfn Security and Protection tral air.$220 per mo. MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMERICAN state I I government offices

nice trees from $3.600,' Keystone Saturday, May chg. business offers the most Keystone Heights Realty I and public buildings in
$500 down $50 a month. 9 4 ELECTROLYSIS is the only Tallahassee.
; 22. a.m. p.m. Itpd rewarding Incomes."PreEntry REALTOR 473-4961 4/22
Commercial frontage-- method of permanent hair
5/20 Protector" LEGION HALL. SR.21.
; investment. opportunity. GIANT YARD SALE windows removal. Amy's Electrolysis. Burglar Alarms, Free ON tfnchg LAKE GENEVA. 1 BR. Living Saturdays 7 p.m. Public invited Starke Ads t
SR 21N Owner.solesman.473.d375.S 470 LawrenceBlvd.
J 9 washing machine, .73.70335/6 IfnchgFLORIDA'S Details Distributors Box Rm. Both, Kit., partially .4/1 tfnchg
1 tfnchg truck topper household 14361, LRM Orlando, Fl. furnished. Nice for singleor ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSt
BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA items and much much FIRST COUNTRY 32857 3tchg 5/13.5/27 couple. 6 mo. lease. No ) Closed PERSONAL PERSONAL
: lots from $5,500, VILLA Specializing in the
access morel I 1/4 mile off SR.21
FULL-TIME Pets $150 First last security meetings Monday 8 p.m. HELP
; $500 down. $71.74 per on Immokalee Rd. 1 It pd care of senior citizens. worker, camp environ deposit. 4752064. 5/13 Open meetings Friday 8 SERVICES SERVICES
: month. Discount entire 4752499. 3tchg 5/13.5/27 WANTEDJob
ment. Must be responsibleand Alanon, Monday 8p.m.
Will for
10 acres One Waterfron CHILD care
willing to work. Call All meetings at
10"Call" 473-4375. 51t 1 children In home.
; my Information: Dallas
473-4516. 5/20-5/27
2tpd Educational Community
tfnchg 473-3953. Ztchq 5/20.27 ) BATHTUBS REFINISHED: In Houston Overseas .

!CLEAN, CONFORTABLE 90" HuntUy Rid!.arn'i 4752130.Church 4/1 tIn 473-2790 or Tender. Loving Corel Call your home. Guaranteed Alaska. $15 000 to $40 000
gold sofa. Only $75. See at SEJl.VICES Classified Ads OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo chg. 964 5690. 1 llpd 520DAVID'S Free estimates $79.95 possible ((312)) 741-9780\
Monitor office or call Steve BroadwayTREE WE NEED DEALERSfor new COMPLETE ROF- 99.95. with sink. Ultra. Ext 4258. Call refundable
; 473.2210. 5/1 tfnchg Get Results stand-up cookbook. Free dues, lees or weigh- ,FLER Family Hair Core.Cul.Perm..5.II.CQlor" Glaze. 964.8903..3 1 11 1 tin ,5..13..tpd 6 03- .., .
ins, Tuesday
meetings -
;J30 FT. HIGH TV antennea.i SERVICE detail Waist Publishing open 7:30 St. Annes .,, 9. AUTO REPAIR: 'rood service, RN: Immediate operiing
$45. Already disconnected, / .413-4:141': * ,.* Co.S.( M&nSt4, Dept 3. Episcopal p.m.. "Church, AM 9 PM.. dOily except pick -drfd-tfetiVeVy'\ '24 1 11.X.srnll.TWlinWcVr poll\

i 473.2210. "/29 tfnchg Free Esti i tesExpert I Removal P.O. Box 16... Engl.wood. Keystone .Heights. Thurs VVed. & Sat.. 9 AM to 6 PM. hours. Average 1 day service time. RN s and LPN s. OR

:25' FAN TRAVEL TRAILER. 4734262Rtpairs Trimming Oh. 45322 4tchg 5(13.6/3 day,9:30: a.m., Community 371 W. Macclenny Ave. 9647553. 3 4tfn nurse needed for 7.3 shift
.{ 1961. Sleeps six. $1,200 as Slate Bank of Stork. Macclenny. 2596277. 4 8 BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete Contact Personnel Brad

\ Is some work needed. Free Estimate 473-2790 or 964.8587. 41 I DAVIS I BROS. Small Motor sharpening service, circular ford County Hospital
475 2401 or see at Of Classified Ads and lawn Starke. 90..964.6000
Major tfn chg. Repair Mower hand carbide.
:" Jasmine Highland Eltetrio Appliances Yard Work 473.4732 BINGOLions Club across Shop. Sewing machines chain mower blade hollow I Itchg5 20
1 5/20
Keystone. tpd
Get ResultsCall from high school. home style and industrial ground and balanced
f NEW two foot wide .
Smint Bradford I Tuesdays Early Bird 7 All HEALTH CENTER anticipales
repaired work
J nch doors 1/3 cost. After 5 P.M. Leave at Jackson Building <
: \sure tanner New. Clay Counties 475-1720 Linda p.m.; Regular, 7:30: p.m. guaranteed Call 964.6957 Supply in Starke Keytsone expansion of ser

: 'al dozen jars cheap La.,.... ll..... Knfe Keystone Heights 473-2210 Public invited. 4/1 I tfn chg. or come by 368 N. Cherry Heights or Lake Butler vices menially to ill.the Position chronically.
i 4, 4085 1 tpd. 5/20 * * St. All work will be okayed TFNchg include requirements
by George Trull. Pick-up, ALCOHOLICS
Bachelors or Masters,
and delivery available ANONYMOUS Phone
degree in related fIeld''
EXPERIENCED CARPENTER: 964.5148 or 964.7619, plus relevant experience.

will do general repair TFchg For information or appomtment -
. Union County Ads work. Roofing and pain. SEWING MACHINES contact KathV.

ting CaU 782.3669. 5 6 REPAIRED: All makes Branscome at 752.670rjf ,

I WILL BABY SIT in my home cleaned oiled and adjusted 3810 S. First St.. Oak Hill .1

PERSONAL HELP WANTEDRN REAL WANTEDBIDS FOR SALE day or night all ages. Sue $15. Work BUIlding. lake' City' 'FMr' )
SERVICES ESTATE FOR SALE Starling 964.7800. 5 6 guaranteed James 32055. AA EEO. 5 '20 2fcHg '

NURSES-IMMEDIATE PRIVATE CHILD CARE in my Strickland. corner MorganRd. 527 ,
OPENINGS: 11-7 full or Welding Shop home. Newborn EXPERIENCED ONLY:' 'He'I i1?)
to and Hwy 16. TFNchg j
part-time RN's, LPN's. OR with without mobile frame and school. lunch snacks CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed on chicken form td"1Rlcfteggs. ''i
E Free estimates. Local or house from to $5 Gallon size equipment in '
Nurse needed for 7.3 shift. CoupleprefeVrmr, I
I distributes for completely home. Water, septic tank premises at 505 S. Lake ligustrum and Viburnum fenced play yard. Limited Free estimates. Handy.
| washable nationally Contact ford County Personnel Hospital.Brad. owner will finance. Phone Ave. Area to be cleared $1.50. Eucalyptus Tr.... Hampton. Selling openings.. Call 964.5610. Man Fence Co. 964 8559. WANTED CalL..468.1493.FOR BUSY 1 llchg PROFES'-S'W

advertised Gardsette 496-2308. TFN 4/29. and all debris to be removed $6. Contrary Mary's LOCKSMITH.BURGLARALARMS Ifnod 9 82TYPEWRITER '
90"-964.6000. 2tchg 5/20 due to health SIONAL OFFICE 'Recced'tiomst
J Draperies. S&W Enter. 5/27. 5 ACRES FOR SALE: 2 miles and left clean Bids will Garden SR 121 In poor :' 24 Hrs. Service REPAIR: Call Various 'd" '&
f prlses. Ed or Lama southwest of Raiford on be accepted at Farmers laCrosse. Phone "462-1561 Phone 485-1244 964-5849. 1520 South the Office Shop. 110 W. Neat in Gocn4>
I Stephen 496-2219. C.793, paved road frontage. and Dealers Bank until 10 Closed Sunday and Mon. Walnut St., at the Outfit, Call St. Starke. for details appearance;

J 1/80TFN.. REAL $1,600 per acre a.m. Friday, May 21. Itchg day. :Wtchg 5/13 5/20. after 6 pm ters. 5/13 tfnBABYSITTING 964.5764. tfn skills personality.Prefer Some'30 typing and,
4- ESTATE 781-5171) Jacksonville. TFN 5/20. 1974 GMC: 1 ton 4 speed I : I will come to GLASS CUT TO ORDER: permanent over resident ,

1- 'INSURANCE 5/20. s 350 engine $950. Phone your home and babysit.. Doors windows. etc Phone for appointment
LOOKING FOR a special 45 ACRES ON SR24S. Price FOR SALE 4963359. tpd 5/20. Have good reference. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY 964 6334 or send resume t4
has been reduced
;MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY piece of property ,If I will finance.byownerowner COMPLETE IRRIGATION Have done babysitting. for 964.6078. Orders also RECEPTIONIST P.O,

8 : 160 S. Lake Ave. Lake don't have it. I'll find it-Just Also, large 3 bedroom 2 3 BEDROOM 3 BATH SYSTEM International FORRENT six years 7 days a week. taken in Lake BUtler Drawer A Starke Florida:
_ Butler 4963978. Complete ask--.JANE S. USHER. bath home 3 In CB/BRICK HOME: With extra engine (recently overhauled Starke and Gainesville 496-3079 ahd Keystone 32091. 5 20 tfn "1
on acre
Insurance Service. TFN REALTOR 496-2126 or Raiford area. Has large swimming pool. ) pump reel trav.l.rand area Call 964.7292. 5 13 Heights, 473.4973. 2 26 ,tIn LIVE-IN COMPANION: Mustdrive
many 2,000 feet of in 20
496-2903. eves., "Your nice features. Mortgage I.onumabl. Is landscaped yard, severalout and 30 foot BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK car $75 per week I
Union County Realtor tfn buildings, with 2.S lengths plus room and board. Call
FOR RENTTYPEWRITTERS .. For moredetails $11,000 cash. Contact shop spaces 1200 HOMES SERVICE: Bradford County a
3/26. acres located on SR 18 964 5855. ask for Lucille..
call Real residential
FOR ALL YOU REAL Farmers and Dealers Bank sq. ft. ea. Ideal for FOR SALE pump-outs
near Worthington Springs.owner Itchg 5 20
Estate, Realtor "".3'71. Mr. Howard at 496-2101 $50. We also re lay draIn 'l:j
AND AD. NEEDCall Venera Brown finance, 'Call contractor, light .
Itchg 5/20. lines. Phone 964 8121
DING MACHINES FOR 496-3022, 496-3623 Monday-Friday, 9 until 2. .
Sandy Hoien after 7pm. TFN .
13 6 Coco.Cola bottle repair shop or
: ounce 1 Itchg 520.Classified. SPACIOUS OLDER HOME. 3 5 28 tfnchgPROFESSIONAL BOATS
RENT: Union County Times. 496-3994 eves or Gerrl Lennon 2/4. .,.
from Lake Butler Price noobject. storage. BR. 1 BA home with 11 ft. Cor Clean. "
85 SW 2nd Av... Lake 4963140. Tiffin and m OLDSMOBIlEi Good
Butler Phone 496-2261 for Owens, Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 P.O. William Box 6222 V. Seifert.St. condition AT, $30O Phone Ads CALL ceilings; wooden floors; 3 ing Service. Cleaned 14 FT. RUNABOUT 40 hp'
more information TFN Box 788 Lake Butler, FL. 496-3644, 410 SW 4lh Ave. fireplaces. S acres, fenced washed vacuumed
lOll !tfn chg. 8/6. Petersburg Beach. Florida lake Butler. Itchg 5/13. Get Results 1-904.772-7980 and cross.fenced.; Manyextras. sanitized and deodorized Mercury Galvanized;;.
-... 33736. 3tpd 5/1 3 5/205/27. trailer, complete outfit
$13.500. By owner.Lawtey $7,00, pick .up ,Ond .
$1800. Call 782 3449. I
7823054. 4 15 tIn delivered or your place.
520 'i
.. OWNER FINANCING: Lake Call 964.7226. ask for Dennis ,
Bedford three bedroom .
12 10 tfn.
REAL ESTATE rooted In gallon can. BIDS NEEDEDNeed two baths and more. FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS hp motor and trailer $700 j
Industrial complex of Call 964.6314, 126 S. Water":

AGENCYPh.. 75J-0577 431.1898.Raiford. Non-Profi SR-229 frame house to be remov- $61.500 4'294tchg Phone 5 20 473-3186. 144 W. Call St. St. Apt C I tpd 3 20 3.*

REALTOR* Organization for, ed from premises'at 505 S. BY OWNER: 4 BR. :2 BA on 2 '&..7303 *...i.?..

Custom built, 3 I., IB., acres. Three yrs. old. Open
JANE Se USHER brick home. 2 acre. of Developmental. Disabled. Lake Ave. Area to be cleared CH' A; large fireplace; T.W.&F. til 5:30: Classified Ads k

landscaped lawn. Many large rooms;" small down Thurs It AM til 7 PM Get Results g

REALTORYour extre feature Terms. and all debris to be removedand payment Assume 9% Sat. 9 AM til 3 PM .......

owner financing. SPONSOR A mortgage. Call 964.7224 AppointmentsNot
Union County Realtor *Attractive 3 I.. 1 B SPECIAL left clean. Bids will be accepted after 6PM. 5. I32tchg5 20 Always Necessary 1hi

360 N. Main St. home, fenced yard front at F&D Bank until 10 SARATOGA HEIGHT: 3 BR. 1 7 tinADD 1/tt bq

496-2126 496-2903 ft back, large Oak shade OLYMPIAN 2 BA. Carport. Nice lot, A BEAUTIFUL DECK to

tree*. Carport with utility Help providetransportation am Friday May 21. $35.000. Good 'owner your home. S3.50 per sq.
room c.ntral.lr, priced financing with 13 'percent ft. Includes treated lumber; = : iiij:::.
NEW LISTINGS to sell. anda down. 3 bedroom I't and skilled loboc. Call forestimates --.."'
'Very! neat and attractive C8 home with odcf! corner 334 both. brick with central .o....
high 4 dry acre*. T-shirt for Union FOR SALE lawtey
'lot. Shaded by many pecan tr.... Close to hospital. Completely, equipped to hear and air on 100.05 lot. '782-3330.. 4 8 tin 1

Shown by oppt. only. Owner may fiancne to qualified farm today. Attractive 3 County's Special Complete irrigation system. Good II'i percent I BAKER LP GAS: family owned :

buyer, ... 1 I homestead. Easy Olympics partici- assumable mortgage. and operated, we strive :. ..;
*5 Acres n.or CA Robert Rd., owner financed. access to market.If International engine (recently Herb Walker Assoc to,give better prices .andservicE i ........
10-13 acres own.r financed. yeu hove good credit pant for State 964-5958. ERA .Faulkner ; we sollclte' sup- ,1IAti

Home, business. Income property.2i5 acres very don't be mIslead Financing Games May 28-30 overhauled pump reel Realty 964.5065. All You. customers to- own their
neat mobile home. Includes 900 ft. highway frontage. I Is avaIlable Need to Know In Real tanks.. sell
.t attractive traveler We or rent
Has add") trailer site for Income. Also Ig. commercial ,rate. let us assist In In Tampa Florida. and 2,000 feet of pipe Estate tanks and furnish

bldg. for shop or retail business. Call for oppt. today. arranging financing for CALL in 20 and 30 foot lengths. $11,000 BY OWNER: 3 BR, 2 BA cedar ,cylinder. 239-6810 .................. ::::
|. Great opportunity."If home, -s -"!" .
your pureh.... great room, split 7823349. 5 4 4tchg 5 27 .. :
:you want a particular piece of property home.business Notary Service .431-1898 cash. Contact; F&D Bank, Mr. plan fireplace, screened I EXPERT CARPENTRY.' pain. _..ctty_.tr._..- a",&i.i..._. ....IW'P'tI Ce"'''*-*:-I I '
don't hesitate :
to call us or come by. There
For Union County porch. 14,2 master ting paperhangmg. Also IMNC.MDKM. MI wad.IIt frimric tart \
are many unodvertised properties In Union County for John Longford. Jr. Or write P.O. Box Howards'' : 496-2101, Monday- bedroom with greenhouse. do' Concrete Work Free mil Ms.. MAJfr MOI DUUCIOf 5* nrSflnd
t # S
w li by U IP*onamt "moj!
-- : ale. Realtor Associate 368, Raiford. 0. until Many extras owner financing estimates. Call Ray. l..kt I mug.. Cant_ NO Imfao. A' ta'si. I I1usd
Friday 2.
4ff-3114 low Interest $16.000. 964-7433. 51 13 2tpd 5:20 I ........
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RENT: 2 BR house, immaculate
Azaleas, $1.50 gal. can. 24x36". 25 each. Used mobile 1910 MONZA HATCHBACK: CARS PICKUPS from
Color TV'sAntenna's cents HOME PARK homes| ref., range, carport :
Roses, shrubbery located Blue In color. Very good $35. Available at localGov't erulil1etlar
in printing n.w.pap.r.Gr.at and spaces for rent. fenced front and backyard
condition. Standard
2 miles north of Auctions For Directory
lawtey on for minor repair Recreational v.hicl.ewelcome. $250 lease and
Spec. In receiving US301. Look for signs, transmission radio, air call 805-687-6000 Ext.
(ob.. Bradford County Phone 4682912.: deposit required.
Channel's. A 47 782.3972.4/1 Hn. Telegraph 944-6301. tfn. TFchg security PS/PB. $500 and a..um.paym.nt. 1211. Call refundable 5/20 : 'S REALTY
625 Pinewood Dr., phone j
of $155 mo. .
3 M COPIER Model per 4tpd 6/10
782.3577cm : 209. CARPET. NEW t USED Furniture HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng 9648073. 3/25 tfn --1., .
Call 964-6545, after 530: .
7pmlitr.xYARD )> Very good condition many & appliances. room, TV and air.Underwood HOMES FOR RENT: 3 BR with
"| supplies, $400, call Plumb fixtures and pipes. Motel, 3 miles and anytime on weekends. Motorcycle .'. ? m
AC washer; dryer stove 1
96 5/13 2tchg 5/20 > LeI
<45606.15 tfn
11ft 964-7776
BARGAIN CENTER. US-301 North of Starke on Hwy. refrig., garbage disposal 1979 CHEVROLET Half ton PHONE ?...D.
FIBERED ALUMINUM ROOF So., 96<4-6679. 2/5 tfn 301 10/9 tfn 1974 550 FOUR HONDA
SALE dishwasher, $350 per mo., Auto. transmis
COATING Flbered $29.95 p.r 5 gal. DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN 3 BR, 1 BA LIVING ROOM plus $350 security deposit.No sion.pick-up.Top condition. Call Motorcycle. Runs good. 205 N. Temple, Starke

Snow White HOUSE: 301 South. dining room & kitchen exception 3 BR, :2 BA 533.2066, after 6 PM. 5/20 Asking $600. will
:HOUSE OF BARGAINS SeeIng Mobil. Home Roof Coating 9646740. We buy and sell central heat and air. In house In Saratoga Heights. negotiate. Call 473.7156 IT'S INCREDIBLE
: : Is BellevlngI 212 Call $34.95 per 5 gal. Stark. used furniture and ap Hampton. Phone 4681779. tfn after 6 and
Refrig., stove, $285 per 1974 PONTIAC: V8, auto.transmission p.m. anytime WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
: St., 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.Yo'll Paint Center 9648181. pliances. 8/13 tfnRECONDITIONED ((1st months rent In ad- mo., plus $285 security runs good weekends. tfn
4/15 tenELECTRIC
I : cam .ee ui at our TV'S: Colors vance.)5/7) tfn deposit. No exceptions.Call $500. 1978 SUZUKI 100: 2300 SPECIAL
: : new location. 3/11 tintHUftS. B-B-QUE grills, starting at 10000. LAKEFRONT RENTAL: 2 BR, 1 96<4-8811 for appoint. 964.8503 good transportation after 4. 5/20 miles. $595. Coll 473-2214. Attractive brick horn on one landscaped
: ., 9 AM till PM; Frl. new. On stand $40; table Trade-in's welcome Phone BA on Crosby Lake Par ment. 4/29 tfn. 5/20 tfn
models $25. Call 964-5231 4tchg 6/10 aero In Connerly Estates, 11 Vs financing, 3 BR,
: and Sat., 9 AM til S PM. 624 964-8212.6/11 tfn tially furnished One yrs. 3 ROOM FURNISHED apartment KZ 900 KAWASAKI: 1976,
;: Epperson St. Itchg 5/20 after 5 p.m. 4/22 tfn FIREWOOD: White oak and lease. $225 per mo. Weigel large screened 1973 CHEVY IMPALA:tires Excellent good condition; low miles. 2 Ba CH&A, fireplace), screened. porch, 2 car

THURSDAY and FRIDAY 9-5, GRASS SEED: Argentina. pine, $5 per truckload; Realty Inc., 2825201. 1/28 porch adults only, no pets, needs body:work good, $165 or; Asking 1000. Call carport, paved driveway, stove, reflrg., D/W,
Bahia. 50 to 1,000 lb. lots. motor
weather permitting, Oak ""4'.. $30 half cord. tfn be seen at 403 Walnut 964-8243 or 9645677. Itpd R/19
can best offer. Phone 4732736. drapes 2 ceiling fans, R26 ceiling
Dr. Pennington 964-6411. carpet,
SR-230 on right 9/10 miler Call Sunshine Acres, KITCHENEFFICIENCYROOMS Street call 9648498. 5/20
patted hospital, followtignt. 4/29 tfn 964-7699, or come out bet for rent at low 4/29 tin or Itpd 5/20 NOVA DARTS. 1971 1980 GSS50 G SUZUKI: loaded walls, cedar bookshelves, this Is a honey for
Children clothes, MINI TRAMPOLINE for Indoor w..n 9:30: a.m. and 2:30 weekly rotes. Call Temple BRICK HOME: Central heat 1970 SS fender 1969 with radio. Call the money I
shoes, various Items. l Itchg jogging $75. Approx. p.m. and well load for Motel 96<4.7357.2/18 EOW and air. Three bedrooms, 2 Dodge Dart truck 1966 9648072. Itpd 5/20 SPECIAL
4 ft. x 4 ft. Call 9647910. Chevy parts
you. : baths. 3 blocks off SR16. HONDA 75 DIRT BIKE Excellent
2-ton truck. Phone well main-
4/29 tfnCOASTAL GMC Owner financing at 12% for a
SAT., MAY 22: Multi-family UKC & ADB Pit nished efficiencies and 1 964-5936. 5/13 2tchg 5/20 5/20 condition call after
705 W. Pratt St. Itchg 5/20 HAY: Delivered. Bulldog puppies. Purple BR opts.. weekly or mon IB MOS. OLD: Three 4732736.CHEVY Itpd BLAZER Air, 5 p.m. $200: 9648091. talned home on lake Bedford. $63,500 with
1977 :
BIG MOVING SALE Thur. $2.25 per bale. Call ribbon blood line. Call thly. NEW FURNISHED
bedroom home. Central Itchg 5/20 down Home has
PS, PB, excellent condi $20,000 payment. approx.
thru Sun., 9:30: to 6 PM. 1-904-529-9003. alter 5 PM 4311191. STUDIOS. 2313 N. TempleAve. heat and air. Near Starke
1-904-284-5111. 5/06 4tchg Raiford 5/20 9/02 tion. Low mileage $4450. 1600 sq. ft. with 100' of beautiful beach.
Everything must gal) Itpd ., Stark. 3/11 tfp on school bus route. Call Call 473-2214. 5/20 tfn LAND
'Dealers welcome. We I Ihave 5/27 POTTED PLANTS: SarahCoventry CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for 9645559. 5/13 2tpd 5/20 CHEVY IMPALA: * * * *
refrigerators .tov., ALESIA HAY: No weed. jewelry and rent. On Hwy 16 E. Closeto FURNISHED APARTMENT: I97B FOR SALELAKEFRONTLakewood EXECUTIVE HOMES
Highly fertilized. $2.50 per loads of odds and ends. Er- 468-1323. 4-door, power steering
suits dressers Call
room prison.
bale. Three bedrooms, living air. $1850. Call 782-3307. Beautiful brick home with B ac., approx. 2BOO sq. ft. a
SR-225, off 100.
reclmer 60 laying hens Hwy. ma ions, 544 W. Call St., 4/1 tfnMOBILE kitchenette bath.
Call 964.7789.5/06 tfn room 1971 FORD CUSTOM 500: In $5S,500 assum. mortg. at 11%%
and a lot of other merchan 9645854. Itchg 5/20 HOMES FOR RENT: on
No childr.n.EI.d. ,
5-V GALV. ROOFING No pets condition, $500. Clifford .Large, brick CH&A home. 3300 sq. ft. on 4 lots near
: good Crosby Lake 1/2 mile west
di... 6 miles South of PORTABLE GENERATOR: Ag- mile from Storke city and water furnished.Nice. .
.Stark., toward Keystone 63.65: 74.45; 85.03; tronic 4500 watts, 2 limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 E. Call 964.5033 or Martin, 964.7145.5/20 of Storks on SR-100. Highly school Keystone. Assu. mart. 1'10. Stove, refrig., D/W
Heights on SR 00. On 95.72; 106.41 ; outlets ((110V), one outlet Call 4681323. 4/1 tin 4681333. Itpd 5/20 1978 NOVA 4-door, air condition restricted lake and lake compactor disposal telling fans, frplc., greenhouse.
right side of road. Watch U'-$7.10, 12779. W. ((220V). Excellent condition TRAILER ON KINGSLEY HAY FIELD: 12 acres Alisa- V-8 engine 350 access lots. From $8250. What a way to Live luxurious brick home near Country
for BIG signs Ph. 4732736. manufacture. Jacksonville. 7823559. Itpd 5/20 LAKE: 2 bedrooms air conditioned Bermuda with some CID. Lawtey Police car. 1/4 down balance 10 yrs. Club well designed.
.Itpd5/20 Call toll free MAGNAVOX COLOR TV: rent for the sum bohia. Produces grass excellent 1973 Horlev.Davld.on 12%, Rep. on site Saturdayand Quality Choice. Magnificent Ig. home Country Club. 3
SAT., MAY 22: Children 18003422702. 5/06 4tchg 25". AM/FM Stereo. mer. Call 533.2366.5/6 tfn hay. Clifford Martin, motorcycle, 1200 C.C. electric Sunday May 15 8 16. BR, 3 B, HUGE fam.rm., frplc.. 2 lots circle driveway.
clothes, furniture. Loads of 5/27 Phono. Excellent condi 3 BR HOME: 1'/. baths, 964.7145.5/20 2tchg 5/27 glide, good condition. Sea Cloud Realty, LAKEFRONT GET YOUR FEET WET
household goods 4'/i ml. NEW WEED EATER: Must tion. Call 9648903. 5/20 refrig. and stove. Hamp Bids must be in city clerk'soffice REALTOR/OWNER .Beautifully wooded lots 4 A S Geneva Creek. Appro. 1
north of Storke. Elsie Nor. sell. New price, $284. Will 2tpd 527COPPER $250 No by noon June 7th. both.
ton. per mo. pets. ((305)776-0390.) tinS Ac. each. Emery Lane $15,000 ea. or $21,000
man, Look for signs. Itchg sell for best offer. Call WIRE: XHHW In. 466-2339. 5/20 2tchg 5/27 The city reserves the rightto ACRES Two miles SW of Sliver, Lake. S3' 4 BR, 2 BA, fenced large enclosed shed
5/20 964.7910.5/06 tfn sulation. Various lengths, 3 BR CB HOME in Starke ..ub.dlvl.lon. FOR RENT(1st refuse any and all bids. covered picnic .r_. -
BEST YETI Porch Sale. 326 POLLEB HEREFORD BULL: 2 sizes, with rubber outerjacket Near schools ( last deposit, 6 mos.lease. Please make the bids road Raiford on C793.$1,600 Paved Lot on Geneva Creek with beautiful oak trees. $14.000.Custom .
W. Call. Everything mu.tgo. years old approximately direct burial. Example A/C, new refrig.. .) seperato. Lawtey Clerks frontag. per .
built home. Little Lk. Santa Fe 2 Ac.S110.000.
1200 Ibs. $800. 7823864. P.O. Drawer G, acre. Jacksonville,
CHEAP. Thursday. Fri. : 560' 3 conductor 4/0 fireplace, attached One-4 BR unfurn. house, Office
Bedford Lk.-Own.r fin. $77.000.
Itchg 520KENTUCKY Fla., 32058. 5/20 781-5171. 5/20 tinjzwit
day and Saturday Bull. with 3 No. 8 grounds. Will workshop. $275 per mo. Lawtey
WONDER $300 mo. .Silver lake: 2 BR. 1 BA. $350 Mo. Rent or luy.
pole 5/27
2tegh ,
ington. Itchg 5/20 sell as single conductor plus deposit. Call 9646968. OneBR fur. apt., $135 -
beans. Call 96<4-6528. Itchg -
TERRIFIC GARAGE SALE 4/0. Call 782-3350, evenings. 1 Itchg 5/20
May 22 SR-230 (E. Call St.) 5/20 431.1200 after 5 PM. Itpd FURNISHED: 2 BR house for mo. Lake Butler-One beautiful acre with doubt wide. Nice
One-1 BR un apt., $150| { S4a
ANTIQUE PIANO: Call after swimming pool.
7th house on right past 5/20 rent. $250 per mo., $150 ru&
5, 964-6955 782.3201 ma. Bessen Rd 3 2 BA CH/A.
hospital. Clothes, furniture or USED Air Conditioner security deposit. Call : BR.
carpets, dishes, Itpd 5/20 18.000 BTU $150. Call 96<4-7423. 1 Itchg 5/20 Two-2 BR unfur. apts., Realtor pots, pans, jewelry bed. 2 BABY CRIBS Lady Kenmore 964-5648. Itpd 5/20 MOBILE HOME: /In Heilbronn $175 ma. condition some financing 41000.
ding, shoes, you name It. dishwasher all In FRESHLY CUT Coastal Bermuda Spring. area (SR-16 W) Call CALL 944-7521 or 9MS404.MISCELLANEOUS. 904-782-3931 Frame, 3 BR. pecan trees 239.17' on paced SRD". 1.635
we have It. 8 AM until 7 good condition 964-8253. Hay $2. Call 964-7611. tchg 5/20 Ac. High t Dry. 23500.: Good Buy!
PM Come, browse Itchg 5/20 468-1395 or 4851037. 5/20 HOUSE FOR RENT 3 Owner Financing In lawtey. 3 BR, CH/A. Approx. 1500
,around. You will find POOL TABLE: Fair condition, 4tpd 6/10 bedroom CH/A, 1'/: bath, "- THESE SPECIALS) sq. ft. Stucco on 1 ac. pv'd. driveway garage.

bargains galore) Itpd 5/20 $95; AIR HOCKEY TABLE family room play room 7.99 Ac. on Forsythe Rd. 14xiO MH, metal barn pecan
excellent condition $125. *3 Bit, 2 BA Mobil home, 5 acres, 26000.
t till lake double lot
FRI SAT: 9 AM PM. 749 WANTEDGOOD access, peach, apple trees. Grapevine. $31,000.
Call 964-8092 or 9645952. *4 BR 2'/t BA. home In-ground pool 4 ocr., 10*
N. Thompson St., lots of chain link fence $350 mo., .
Lots 43 t tS Cypress St. Crystal Lk. Homesltes. $4.900.
children and ladies David. Itpd 5/20 first and lot and security. FREE PUPPIES: Mixed\ breed aisum.: mfg.'i: $76.500. .
clothing. Itchg 5/20 TIRESt steel belted 13", PRICES PAID (or.ugP d l 964-7047:or 4733880. Itpd call,9e484a\! ., jpd 5/20. *a BR 2 BA mobile horned-acre's, 19,500.. j B09 Westmorokind-Nearly new. Assum mtg.
BIG YARD SALE"'Thurs.: $75; Ford Farm Tractor 600. mobil homes'If mortgageIs 5120 *$ acres, well pump septic, utility*power pot service Excellent commercial prop. Many uses. Approx. I ec.w153 .
!Sat., May 20-22 8 AM till Perfect condition $2.850; 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'SMOBILE SOUTH THOMPSON ST: Two BUSINESS porch $13.000 ft. on 301. Steel bldg. Extras too numerous to list.
??? 517 N. Orange St., One Row John Deere Tractor HOME SALES, bedroom house. Furnished *Lo' on Georges lake Mrfake'access/ 11,100. Commercial Lot with 120 N. on US-301. Goad buy I
'm.n. women, and and some cultivator 9645606. Open 7 days call 9646214. Itchg OPPORTUNITIESWE *r/i acres S6.250; 10 acr., $15.000; 30 acres, $21.000. Geneva Lake Estates- wooded ac. lot., terms. Clean
childrens cloth., good, equipment. $850. Call weekly. TFchg 5/20 *Commercial' bldg. 2.000 i condition. Small kitchen' 782-3239.5/20 2tpd 5/27 AXLES TIRES: 2 axles + 4 MOBILE HOME: Large 3 BR. NEED DEALERSfor new I acre lon Storke, $5,000. ilS Melton Terrace-See to Appreclatel
appliances, dishes, knickknacks 6 COLTS, pure bred, no tires We pick-up. $100; Nice, clean on Griffis Loop. stand-up cookbook. Free *3 BR. 2 BA home, 9.38 acre., J55.000. .Acreage-Davls St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park
toys, lots ofi papers, almost 1 year old. You deliver $125. Olin. First last plus deposit. Call details. Weist Publishing *..3 acr... Country Club $20,000. .S Acres near Hampton. Well clot pole, septic tank.
miscellaneous Itpd 5/20 9646182. Itchg 5/20 Mobile Home Sales, Hwy. 9648816.' Itpd 5/20 COmpany. ((5. Main St.) *3 88. l'/i BA. hwy. 100 JE. $44,500. .4.7B Acres on 230A and Wilson Rd.

YARD SALE 25C sole, Saturday 10.350 BTU air conditioner. 100 W Starke. 9645606. MOBILE HOME IN COUNTRY) Dept. S.. P. O. Box 16<4, P.O. Drawer II. .40 Acres New River. High and rolllng.DON'T .
at 108 E. Call 10 AM $400. brand new. 9648842. TFchg Two bedrooms Contact Englewood Oh 45322. Lawtey WAIT TO BUY REAL ESTATE
5 PM all clothes are 2S. Itpd 5/20 IXERCISE BICYCLE: other exerclsing Debbie Green. Savage 5/13 4tcchg/ 6/03
plus many more itemsl COW W/CALF: Calf Is male equipment goodto Trailer Park 2123 Raiford 1 1I 1 BUY REAL ESTATE 8 WAIT I
.Itpd 5/20 two wks old. Red with excellent condition, Rd., last trailer in back
YARD SALE: Saturday. 9 AM limousine bull. Could raise 9645610. Itchg 5/20 after 5 p.m., daily. Itchg FOR SALE (IKE'S SAWS I VACUUM Got for ( rud?
Call u message! u >
calves off
til 3 PM household Items, two cow. 5/20 New ft Used Wood Pallets. MOWER SHOP
100 South three miles 9647698. tchg 5/20 LOSTFOUNDFOUND NEED A LARGE HOUSE For Made to order. Also have (Behind Powell's Diary SALENEW
from Starke city limits on DOUBLE BEDS: Two, new. rent or sale. 4 BR, 2 8A, used pallets. Asst. sixes, Freeze) CALL TODAY !
the left. Look for sign. tpd $50 each Negotiable, call den carport workshop $2. Come by Sunshine SALES SERVICE & USEDWe
5/20 964-8870, after pm. Itchg : Purse. Must Identify chain-linked fenced Acres Workshop SR-lt W. Chain Saws I Finance Our Own 964.6305

RUMMAGE SALE: Saturday, 5/20 and pay for ad. Call backyard garden area. 9 AM Ill 4 PM Monday thru Lawn Mowers KIRBYS
May 22. 8:30: II 5 PM. POULTRY HOUSES ((3)) with 9647421. Itchg 5/20 $350 per mo., first lost Friday. 744-7497. 5/4 2tchg. ROYALS !
'US-301 across from Sears. tin roofs and equipment. FOUND: One pair green plus deposit. Call 964-5610. I 5/13 I. .
,Clothing toys, books, appliances Phone 473-4819. 1 Itpd 5/20 contact I.n... Area of 1 tchg 520FURNISHED I FREE OAKFIREWOOD EUREKAS f LIMEROCK Shop & Compare!!
FREEZER: 26 cu. ft. $250. 601 TG8Y on Saturday. Own.rmov APARTMENT: HOOVERS :
salon hairdryers, Special Insurance for
baked goods and much, Alton Rd., Stark. Itpd claim by paying for ad On. bedroom. Heat and TREE SERVICE ELECTROLUX DRAIN ROCK .
mar. All proceeds go 5/20 and calling 7823559. Itpd A/C. Call 96<4-6201 after 5 While It 10... Plus FREE FILTER QUEENS Mobile Home Parks
toward BHS Exchange Student 5/20 PM. 1 Itchg 5/20 Whitehead'sTree scrap wood. Come by Sunshine SEARS e GRAVEL ROCK < "All types of homeowners

Fund. Itpd 5/20 MOBILE Service Acres Workshop;! COMMERCIALWe e BUILDING SANDS policies! for
ONGOING YARD SALE: 409 HOMES SR-14 W. 9 AM tll 4 PMl repair all makes mobile homos.

Orange Str..t. Used LICENSED -, INSURED I Monday thru Friday' I e A-1 TOP SOIL e
clothing odds and ends. "we Blocher AI Call for Quote
; FOR SALECOMMUNITY Pkukup, .Wrap"HAROEE FREE ESTIMATES I 961.16P9.5/62tchg 513WANTED Young'sSines *1 1Olin'
Itpd 5/20 ,
TWO FAMILIES: Saturday, ((904)) 752-4356 1957 ANY AMOUNTPH. Mobile

May 22. 9 AM til 3 PM. 675 'I MOBILE a Collect 964.6918 782-3172 Home Sales
W. Madison St., Starke. HOMES: Factory owned Lake City, Florida
Cancelled If raining. Itpd and operated. Singlewldes 3 .... Banc *f Allen E. Taylor Elaine M. Olin Agent

5/20 starting at $7995; 1 : Start so US 301 964-5606

doublewides, starting at $ MEAT MARKET Cash Available r,
13995. US-301 N. Starke. From the Pen to the Pan

FOR SALE 4-8741.4/8 tfn. We make it Easier for You W. Buy 1st & 2nd BANKRUPTCY
MSUT SELL I Two bedroom
Call for
SWEET CORN one bath mobile home. Mtgs. us aquot. J\\lC lii"

Golden Queen & Sllve 1973 Trent. Call 7823885. .216 E. Washington St. Open Monday Saturday'| Y .. :

Queen. 964-6488 tpd 5/20 Starke, Florida 32091 984-6725 _

9647550. I .-. 964-5010 Thursday, May 27, 1:00 P.M.

I Property Divided and As A Whole

..W'i.,.... 'V..y.V.A...a.. BANKRUPTCY Property olJM.A Betty Edwards DfblofCneprer
meat 11 Ktorgunfitinn/ by Perch'Liquidation for Norlhtrn Ditlricl ol Floruit
Bankruptcy Court Bankruptcy Ce No. 79-00097 and 79-00094

: HELP WANTED MOBILE MOME M1oN Drilling Located 2 Miles SW of Stark on Edwards Road Off U.S. 301

.1. t I t SERVICE POLES t .. . Bradford County 401 t Acre Fine) Cattle Farm
Gainesville Sun Route Carrier! 109 AMP 2" thrv S" a Lake Frontage-over 4.000 feet pf frontage on beautiful Lake

eeded for Starke, Lawtey Raiford. 1480 ACRES FLORIDA f Fast Rotary Rowell
and 160.00 I Spacious Home-4,000 square feel of country living at its best.
have reliable car pos REAL ESTATE
ust ''I Drilling Equip. 5 bedrooms. 3 full
200 AMP baths.-2 half baths custom kitchen, extra .
, cash bond. 250,00 I 6 FARMS In 4 COUNTIES I Stall Licensed large fireplace. 2 story and morelo :;I

Also door to door solicitors needed Call Anytime Each Offered In Parcel or A,* A What i ? . . p Pecan Grove 90* trees for extra Income

May 27. 2t and 29 Workable barns and outbuildings i
8 Call 9648170. I P111tmpeS.
for Starke
area. 468-1187 WaldoUnrt a Perfect
I I . . . . I building and mini farm sites.
................... e e Six Chtpter 11 Ptorgtnizitions lor Northern I New & Used To be offered In parcels and as a whole. Keep this property Intact and
.- .. ....- ....-.. Oittriet of Florida Bankruptcy Court. ;, build a fine livestock operation. Everything you need Is here-a country :!

z Tract 1. May 27.100:: P.M. I Sales'Parts'6ervicte home barns, fences and plenty of grass and water. :;

redtord County. 402 Acres E-Z Terms ALSO at Bankruptcy Auction May 2fl. 4:00 P.M. :i

HELP WANTED a 'e Drivers >T/ Tracts M. Mey M. 10 00 A M Property ol Leon A Mary Ellen Stanford Debtors PDMeuion, Cee Mo. "-0002S a
titct....." IS 4 DO*... JPlttmblng' Alachua County= 80 t Acres and Farm Equipment :r

Opening Vegetable .sss.. aucnrtet County. Tract 2-430 t sera plus farm .. . .. .. This row crop/development property has frontage on U.S. 301 located
ta equipment. Trsct 3-2081 acr... Tract-t00 t ores New Installation : In City limits of Waldo:FL 15 miles northeast of Gainesville.

Packaging House 64".1.1r Tract S. May 29. to 00 A M ; All sales wIN be subject la confirmation of the court. _

Buwenee County. tlO t acres J Remodeling. ..*OT Repairs. t I I Terms K down balance doeing 30 days after court confirmation.
For Season. Tract 8 May 29. 4 00 P M I Lansing J. Roy Attorney for Debtors ;

Alecnue Ceunly. t acresTerms Darrwv4e I Keystone Heights. FL 904/473-4352 :::
Experience not necessary but NEEDMONEY alter :: 10% down balance due at closing ;30 days' .. . . .r' For brochure of Information on trust two prop nies and lour other a

Apply In person with Social, court confirmation PUMP I lama totaling f 4001 acre*, In Bradford. Altchui. Suwannee and Oil- :

Card. No phone calls. ? Lansing J. Roy. Attorney lor Debtors ..SUPPLYCOMPANY Christ Count contact t
Security Keystone
Heights 7
,Use Your Home I

WAINWRIGHTPRODUCE Equity. We make 'Write or call lor brochure or inlorminon .t.. ... '.' . .. The Auction Way Company i r i

list & 2nd The Auction Way Company lltU N.Temple ,
Mtgs. I. Ave. Gerald A. Bowie & Associates I'

Call us for a quote KM Gerald A. Bowie C Associates x.
sear_, i L ?. (404) 684-3062 ,
1 Stark Farmer* Market 944-5010 404/884-3062 ,,.. 6 t 1.0', ...........
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