Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04264
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 27, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04264
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Outside. '

Generally fair weather with widely scattered afternoon thunder Inside... BRADFORD C'wl

showers is the weather prediction for Friday-Sunday, May 28-30, by the Thr..S.ctlens KY LIBRARY N
Department of Forestry headquarters on SR-100 west! of Starke. SECTION At H1STPRVThe
A 50 percent chance of rain is predicted today (Thursday, May 27)) with New.Page. I.2",10.'f.. SINCE 1879 .

thunderstorms expected to start around 1 p.m. accompanied by V4-/i inch Editorial' . ,'. ...;. i.,. A'.Page. ':rJ}. -
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Temperatures up around 90 degrees in the hot part of the day and downto .??<; "'&

around 68 degrees at night are expected. Humidity will be higher, mak- SECTION Bi V
ing it seem hotter. Obltuarle.Pap..23' i

Some 1.5 inches of rain have fallen since Saturday. It has been a gentle ClaMllled' .,P.g.* ,., '.'
rain which has soaked in and has been just what a garden needs. The Newt Brief. '. ,P.e.s 1.5 "

Louis Hill fire tower at Highland measured .79 Inches for the week the ., "<
New River tower 1.58 inches, and the Santa Fe tower on US-301 south at (:II'!.

Hampton Lake 1.5 inches. SECTION Ci >' # 'I,.

Strawberry picking is coming to an end not for lack of berries but Society . . Page. 1,2
because! they have quit moving in the stores says Sandra (Mrs. L.M.) Correspondent.Poe.3' Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven

Norman. The Normans have already mowed off one patch. They picked legal.Page tSports.
150 flats Tuesday and are uncertain whether they will pick Thursday or ..Page 7-10. I0ird: Year STAItKK. FI.OKIIIA 25: Cents! Copy
Friday. 43rd Issue Thursday May 27, 19)2! l.'S.'SUI12.71141

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To JL LelIUCoverage To Salvage Cost

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departments agreed in a meetingat EngineA
Heiibronn Springs Monday night I

May 24, to extend their coverage to

provide fire protection to an area left civil action seeking to recover I tion and belief, contracted with the city
open by the recent shutting down of l to the t'n lIIt''urlhlnllol1 .
costs, interest, and damages in excess repair
two !stations.Brooker of $5,000 over a broken down -\\ / Pump Inc. a
was not represented at the power plant engine has been filed Delaware corporation, on information
meeting, but the consensus was that against Worthington Corp. by the Cityof and belief, contracted? : with I the city
volunteers there would
cooperatewith Starke in the Bradford County Circuit I to repair the engine*.
the plan. m t' I Service I
t 4 r r'fV Court. Worthint/ton Corporation
The action followed a recent decision d {
Delaware information
The city purchased: the 3,300 a l'orporallon. on
by the Bradford Volunteers, based and contracted with ho city
kilowatt engine, the largest generatorin belief (
at Starke and including the fire
the Starke power plant, in 1973-4! for to repair the, ('ngin('.
stration at Graham, to turn in their t T e } Qr. -Defendant
$750,000.) It has given chronic trouble Worthington Corporation
equipment and call it quits due to differences -
almost since it installation. The city a Delaware corporation{ on information
with the County Commmisslon !-
has spent additional $135.0(10( on and belief, is responsible
!! over financing the departments.wil repairs, trying to keep the unit on for all damages arising from I the
"Basically, department
line. design, sale, construction, installation
extend its lines of toward
coverage It has boon off line since Dec. 197\ t and repair of the engine of
Starke to provide protection in unin- when the city finally its attempt Worlhinglon-CEI Inc VVorthingtonCompressors.
I R gave up -
to the limits.
corporated areas city
up : &i1 to the Inc.. Turbodyne Corporation. -
Mutual aid to other departments will fir A 4 t operate engine.
., Problem is officials WorlhiiijJlon Pump. Inc..
claim is
still be given when requested," accor- n S,'* ,' ; city ,
) yl; the :3,300 kw unit is a peaking engine, and Worthmgton Service Corporutrion -
ding to Fire Council chairman Bill
cable of running at its maximum because it owned and controlled
chief of the Volunteer
Fire Department.No Lawtey Li ,, : capacity only short periods. The/ city those I entities and wa!>. at. all
firm lines were drawn I ? ; purchased it for a base-loud:: unit and material I tunes I doing/ business

designating the areas! to be covered c officials say t they were told it would! I through I them in Bradford County.StudebakerWortliinjMon .
: KW. Inc., ti
but run continuously at 3,300 !
the department nearest to each
fire will receive the first call Crouse Actually says Utility Supt. :Merrill Delaware corporation{ on information
said. Dees', the engine would operate at only and belief is responsible; for all

Commissioner Lawrence Moslcy, 2,5ooKW, and failed to hold up even damages arising from t the design
; then. bale, construction! i installation. and
who attended the meeting -
gave permission
for the departments needing For years, t the city; commissionshave repair of the-I engine! by Worlhin ton
.extra equipment from the two closed discussed attempts to recover Corporation. '' 'bxlyne Corporal{ ion,

stations, to fill their needs on a tern, the city losses on the engine. A(.lion WorthingMon Pump Inc. .
porary basis. 'It will be better for the was finally taken 1 this spring when t the Worlhington-CEI. Inc WorlhingtonCompressors

equipment) to be used until at least one Council talked to attorney Robert A IMC and Worlhington
of the closed down stations. is Jablon about the po!>ltlbihl)'. Jahlon. n Service Corporation I because I those
reorganized," Moslcy said. member! of the Washington D.C based entities; have become divisions of it.

Croutto said that several membersof ) firm of Spiegel\ & MiDiarmid./ Defendant Edison Interna i

each volunteer department be F'9 F 1 successfully fought with Florida tiuhal\ .lnc a Delaware corporation: ,'
checked out on the 5,000 gallon tanker I Power & Light over the power I lie.i on information and belief is responsible i.

bo it can be utilized needed Jablon reported back 'that he thinks for all damages arising from the
Several council members 'told th("' dty, has a casein ils attempt to design( sale, construction, installation t

Moslcy that."Soitny"> county-'citizens E 'regain.'its' Jus&ctiM 1gi.Mwkdgletli ao! ,.and,.repair of ihe.ventfiiM' .bv,
think the volunteer firemen are paid 'engine Srud'rakt'r'\"orthingon. lnc.Wor-
for making fire runs.! The commissioner FRE At the same t lime lung.t im(' city attorney 1 Ilim/ ton CorM| >ration. TurbodynoCor/

said he had heard the same George Pierce became county (Miration Worlhrlll1lon Pump. Inc .
thing and that he always replies that judge, and attorney Terry; Brown of Worlhiniffun-CEI. Inc. WortliiiiglonCompressors.
the volunteers do not receive any; jK1 the firm of Carlton, Fields, Ward Inc.. and Worthing Service
money for their services. a Emmanual Smith, and Culler. P.A Corporation{ because in 1 IIHI! it

"All monies received by the of Tampa was named the new dlal. merged! with 1 SluclcbiikcrWorlhinglon. !
volunteer stations into needed torney. Jablon and Brown have keptin Inc and acquired all of
equipment) and maintenance go of thedepartments This Little Kitten Didn't Have to Find a Home... close touch on t the suit. Ihal ('ol1|>ration's 5 properly, assets

said. The complaint, signed by Brown, and all obligations! and liabilities.Defendant .
!, Mosley "I can't
give any more away. The picture man might Katherine .
come Mary Kane
H. lists McCrau:
firms Ediston''unt
.Cliff Chapman of the County said solemnly, seriously as attorneys for the -
Rescue Unit to council plaintiff the city. pany. a Delaware corporation, on information
spoke "Oh said
Mary Kay the
photographer displayed his camera. Looking to the box
Named in the complaint by the city and belief, i is responsible J
members about first.
setting a there
up was! only one small white and
responder within the three grey spoiled kitten remaining.Iary: Kay had given arc: for all damages.! from I the design, sale,
program away kittens! while her mother shopped at Bradford
Square. -Wurthingtn -CEl, Inc.. (i"CEI"i.a I construction, installation and repairof
volunteer departments. The "Are "
program you going to keep this one? the photographer asked.
would consist of basic first aid and 24 ".'m gonna try to." said Mary Kay a student at Southside Delaware corporal lion contractedwith the engine because in 1<)79 it merg
Elementary and the daughter '
hours! of advance training. Michael: and Roberta Kane of Krooker Road the of Slarke for I ho design, sale, edwithStudebakerVV'urthmgtsm) Inc
Chapman said that this program grey kitten at home. Mary Kay confided she already had one construction: and installation of theengine. and acquired: all obligations and
On June 1974 am'nd.m'nl liabilities, wholly owned Edison Inter
would benefit everyone in Bradford "Nobody wants this one?" Roberta Kane asked she
as approached.
County and he felt the volunteer "No maam" said Mary Kay to its certificate corporation.: national. Inc.. and prior to merger,

i departments would be best suited to "Von want a kitten?" !Mrs. Kane asked Worl hington-CEI adopted I he name of whoIlN-owned i. directly or I through
a lady coming out of a store. "No. Got'em all
o\ er
defendant who-owned
Worthington subsidiaries i i i
provide this! service. Everyone the back yard now." Compressors !
agreed the volunteers could do the "Oh well..." said :Mrs. Kane scooping the box" and Inc., a Delaware corporlaion. the Slud\'hakl'r.WIII'lhinl/lnll. 1111:.. WorHiinglon -
up herding Mary Kay and her kitten
job, and plans! were made to set up the their' van. complaints notes.Turbodyne Corp.. Turbodyno Corp..
,I. training programs as soon as Chap- Corporation a WOl'lhinl.lon! Compressors. Inc. and
man, who will serve as instructor Delaware corporation, on informa WorthintMon Service C's rp.CableTV .

designates the time and locations.!

1 in Future Within 3-Mile Radius of Starke, Lawtey I

Cable television will be extended to t ty which already have underground Lake home will be outside (the 3-mile --.r---- .,.-.l
the most populated areas within a utilities, !said Porter. corridor. The section outlined: with ; r' -i
three-mile radius of Starke and "I'm not going into a neighborhoodand "I'd like to do ho same thing, but a cursed I black line is 'ire ,{
Lawtey as Clay Video, Inc., of which mess it up," Porter stated.A it's just not feasible" said Porter.In where ('Iay1I1t'lt will. I ev rj
Bradford Video is a subsidiary extends three percent franchise fee will (cudserbIcewithinthemn'\t dt' tG,4t :.
Starke from r
its service area in the next few be paid to the county which should 5 to 10 customersper few years ,tx'! :,:
week arc being added to the cable :
;years. amount to $600 or $700 per year, ifPorter's TV system said Porter. Since the inception -

Some 200 new subscribers arc an- estimate of 200 customers! in ,of the program 18 customers
tiscipated in the new area accordingto the county is correct.' have dropped the service 12 becauseof
Nate Porter and Cable TV has some 560 customers in a "
vice-president non-payment, 6 for other reasons, _L
general manager of Clay Video Starke, Porter said of some 1,900 such as disapproving of the program-

which in Starke under Brad- homes in the city.JoJJulated. o
-THURSDAY, May 27 operates ming.
STARKE ELEMENTARY ford Video. Clay Video also serves Co ; :
Starke has been slow
signing up,
SCHOOL CHORUS Orange Park Clay County. Fernan- Porter said. :
PRESENTS PROGRAM dina{ Beach, and Nassau County east
of 1-95. Areas
7:30 BHS AUDT. In other action Monday night, the //
A survey of the new area is incomplete commission: ..
THURSDAY. May 27 at this time Porter said. Slant a Chance

STARKC ZONING BOARD Answers to questions about the Ed Wall an investigator with the ..
MEETING 7:30 PM number of miles of cable to be laid or Public Defender's office in Starke

exactly where it will be laid or the Cable-Tv Not Feasible was appointed to the board of direc-
BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL number of new subsribers cannot yet tors of the Bradford-Union Guidance -.
BOARD MEETING 7:30 PM be answered Porter told Bradford Clinic soon to be renamed the Brad

County commissioners at a work session For Rural AreasCost ford County Mental Health Center.
FRIDAY. May 2!.- Monday night May 24. A professional -
30th ANNUAL FLORIDA cable TV engineering companywill Issued certificates of need to the
FOLK FESTIVAL do the survey. The firm is now Life Flight Heilocoptcr( at Bradford

May 21 May 31 working in Green Cove Springs, with to hook up to cable TV is $7.50 County Hospital and to DeWitt C.
St.ph.n Foter Culture Center its next stop scheduled for Bradford for a basic package. Nine more stations Jones Funeral Home in Starke.
i! Whit Springs 10 AM each day County, Porter said. can be added for an additional .
Ticket $S Children $1 $1.45. Addition of two home box
Commissioners evidently satisfied office Agreed to pay $200 per month to ...
1 themselves as Porter answered stations brings the full service to keep the Brooker land fill open two
!. SATURDAY. May 29 for over an hour Monday night.questions $24.95 per month in Starke,, Porter additional days per week so it will be .
KIWANIS MOVIE DAY Porter said his main point In answer- said. Plans are to follow the same open 4 days per week, instead of two. ,
j l ""Adventure of Tom Sawyer" ing questions about his request for a price structure outside the city limits Commissioners want to make the
Florida' Theatre 10 AM non-exclusive franchise in the county, Porter indicated. agreement with Brooker in an exchange -
I was to assure the commission Clay This ;year, Clay Video hopes to lay 4 of letters, and want the land-
-MQ..DAY.!. May 31 Video is not a fly-by-night outfit and or 5 miles of cable In the, extended fill to be operated in complaincc with' .

r, MEMORIAL DAY that the company is here to stay. franchise area, Porter said. Four regulations of the state Departmentof
All School. Public Office., crews worked fulllime in Starke to lay Environmental Regulation.The .
and Bank will be cloied Clay Video has already strung 35 the 35 miles of cable between June ..
miles of video cable in Starke two and December in 1980. In the county. commissioners feel the

TUESDAY. June_1 miles of it underground and 33 miles Clay Video will probably hire one Brooker land fill needs! to be open .
HAMPTON COUNCIL- using telephone poles. Above ground crew which can install 1,000 to 1,500 more than two days per week which
MEETING 7 PM cable is less expensive to install and feet of cable per day when everything; has been the practice. Commissioner
'easier to maintain. Porter said ad- goes right. Porter said. E.W. approached the Brooker ,
i STARKI COUNCIL ding that is the way the company. "We'd like to see you cover the entire city council about the matter at its

,MEETING 7 PM ..hopes to go in the county. county of course but we know May 11 meeting, then proposed the e .
; Underground cable may have to be that's not possible," said. Commissioner $200 per month deal to his fellow coun a'

laid In some subdivisions in the coun- E.W, Hodges whose Hampton commissioners Monday night. ", l trt i M

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-: Dear Editor, with this group parents who cared will know whore they are, who their

< Memorial ig Day 1982 : During the past three years I have I only wish that more parents cared friends are and what they are doingLet's ,
to donate their time, effort,
been an active member of the Bradford enough protect( our most impol'lanlas.et
High School All-Sports Club I muscle and money (buy a membership our kids, and join in next year
have had the pleasure of working with ) to insure that our kids arc to help their sports program at Brad.' .
developing healthy bodies as well as ford High School
several citizens of this town who have
minds and staying busy and off the
30 television stations across devoted literally hundreds of hours of B.'ttyVulTl'n ,
On this Memorial Day. Sunday May many "\
streets. If you sit in the bleachers watching \ Ih'oud :.Molliei;
the nation will be showing a young veteran telling Americans that the their time to Starke's most prized them participate in sports you
their children. I feel that it is IHI7 Itaifonl Hd. Maike
in vain. that :
sacrifices he made during the Vietnam War were not they
only right that some recognition be
were worth it, and that it is time for all Americans to take fresh look at given to them and to their

the price that has been paid for the liberty we enjoy but so often take for achievements. Bradford High Track Coaches

During a time when our football
Thank Those Who Out
win-loss record has not been the Helped
The message is particularly they revered, and the institu- sion for a tirade against cuts greatest and problems have arisen
moving because the tions they treasured. in programs for these deserving -: about personnel in the sports program The Bradford High School girls and Paula Register and; her typing class!

sacrifices it describes were Americans cuts that although each of these peopleas boys track team has just completed a helped with preparing, forms
There is no greater expres- a parent has their own opinion,as a successful season. It is indeed a
Members of the Middle Schmjl'Rnadrunnt'rs
immense. The disabled sion or belief in an ideal than some in our government are group they have had one thought to pleasure to work and coach in a com- Club assisted

veteran lost both legs and an martyrdom. And the men trying to procure today. work as hard as they could and to giveto munity where outside support Is truly Special thanks to Polly Griffis al moots.and
when the children of school evident and operating to produce
arm a our same
remember today
"booby trap" explode and women we But we would like to make recognition and awards they have academic, as well as athletic success.We Henry Cooper Diane Wostcolt\ and
are martyrs to the cause .her class are still working on landscaping -
received in the when member-
one point. Disregard forAmerica's past
beneath his feet. would like to take this oppor- the area
of patriotism.While disabled veterans ship was over 200 instead of 50 and to for
thank all of
all of the tunity to publicly you Thanks to (he All Club
improve sports facilities again Sports
he'll the rest
Though spend and service that con-
unmasks for the
reflecting on the a disrespect uniforms, equipment and anything your help for their suppoit There is a "new
of his life in a wheelchair, selfless sacrifices our war sacrifices made by every else that would give our children a tributed so much in making this look" at the track complex due to

this courageous young dead have made for all of us, man woman who has serv- better looking, cleaner place to par- season an especially happy one. their financial moral and physical

American can still smile we are saddened by the ed our country -- including ticipate in sports and to give them support
laurels of thanks to Jim Duncan,
broadly and say it was all thought that patriotism has those who spilled their blood, town pride events.in their appearance in out-of- BUS principal, whose farsighted vision Special thanks to Hobby Shannon,

worthwhile. He even says taken a beating in America and life, itself, on the bat- and understanding allowed our David Bennett, Raymond and JoAnn

he'd do it again.Patriotism during recent years. tlefield. Out of approximately 100 families program to grow. Many thanks also to Griffis, Anita and Doyce Griff is.
represented by children participatingin the BUS teachers, administration, Johnnie Johns, Janet Kimulus: Put
that remains so The DAV believes it's time sports, only a dozen or less have paraprofessionals, and student body and Patsy' Welch, Hobby and Cathy
fervent after such tragic British philosopher John for all Americans; to take a worked to accomplish what anyonecan along with Leonard Register and his Knight and Betty Warren, whose <'f;

testing inspires our praise. Stuart Mill once remarked fresh look at the price that see has been accomplished by entire staff for their help along the forts brought about new uniforms anew

And you'd think that such noble that no one is more has been paid for the libertywe simply driving by and taking time to way paint job, fence material, ('ontos l
skin facilities, electrical field
look at our sports field -and they are power
feelings are rare. Yet a miserable than people who An extra touch was added by Bobby I
enjoy, but so often take not through yet.A pennant markers, jackets and I the annual ,
million and a quarter have nothing they're willing for granted. We believe that O'Brian and her art students: in lettering banquet

Americans have made even to fight for. On the other side the selfless sacrifice of special thanks needs to be given the track hurdles.
our Stove and
Randy Hayes suppliedthe ;
to Bobby and Jean Shannon, Keith
greater sacrifices because of of the coin, no one is more no-
war dead should stand power pole and accessories anti
as an and Linda Gillingham, Betty and I
the patriotism that stirred ble than th.nse who believe in example to each of us as we David Bennett Pat and Patsy Welch, An Open LetterTo along wilh Mr Does and the city of

their souls. something so deeply they're face the trials of living. Ann Salmons Cathy Sapp, Doyce and Bradford County Starko coo!'dulat ing the t'JCol'l1'" had
ready to die for it.We've Anita Griffis, Harold and Wanda School Hoard lights in I the "track sha<'kGaieth ,
These are the men and and few who have in
And we should take pridein Bishop a pitched Jones
I have been following the recent announcement and Crown Lumhfi
women who have died in ournation's America. The from time to time to stretch our donated and delivered
society thatso of transfers: among top material for ::1
defense. At ourcountry's many have died to protectis desperately forces when such they as were Gust needed and JerrI.so level school administration personnelwith new shot.put toe hoard

very beginnings, not perfect. But, free to Hallos and Phyllis Folsom. interest and some trepidation Thc Starko National Guard donated

four thousand gave their grow and change, it strives Since the purpose of our education the bleachers and Law ley ('urn".:.
lives in our Revolutionary constantly toward perfec- Coach Grady Greathouse is unstin- system is to provide the students with lional City Crew under the supcrvi

War. Most recently, 58 thousand tion. Already it is the finest ting in the time and effort he puts He in in the most qualified and capable principles ion of Mr :McDowell, helped in painting
keeping our kids in great shape. is
died during the Vietnam ,, and teachers why is an experienced and cleaning up the track area
I11 most humane society in the never too busy to tape an ankle, check and well trained principalof
War. history of the world. / out a muscle pulled or give a bone- an elementaryschool being movedto Archie Tanner supplied tents and!'
loosen to Silas Jenkins and his class
one did
rattling massage up llv
Many with us today On Memorial Day, we run or play. He is ably assisted by- transfer another within type the position same frameworkof Why not a runways for the high jump
remember some of the 116 k should treasure this Bobby Epps.
his unquestioned capabilities? Along with nice facilities, you neeilpeople
thousand who died in the first
heritage. And we should
to help at track meets Thank
world war the 406 thou- 1 In addition, the inmates at Lawtey Unless there is some undisclosed
carry the spirit of this,day in ,Correctional have donated their time you to these people; Pat and Vinci ,
reason involved why ha&n'tlhe -
sand who sacrificed I our hearts throughout the and skill to help whenever we have that will probably be loft at Starke oJX'ning Spongier Jimmy' Lawson IJuilih

everything in World War II. year, remembering'that., asked and much of what,,we have accomplished -. '. Elementary School I if, Mr Charles 'Patterson Bill McRae, DavovMcKiHney
.and the 55 thousand whose would not have, been Francis moved ,filled Charles Half, Jesse!
heritage was nurtured by the .IsI ;by '.thetransfer '
blood stain the hills of Korea.As blood of heroes. 'possible without their holpvThcyarean '*' *of Mr. Charles Hall froim 'Moore. Dnnmc Burgh, :Melb.t
Johnson, Ron Harris, Jerry Me Griff
asset to our community.Last Lawtey Elementary' School In view
\ Keith Tetstone ,
heartbreaking as these of the letters Jerry Petrell.i:
to the editor
We can't help remember but not least, are the professional Robert Ecldins. Rick Kzzoll: Miki
numbers : it
are, however, they ; d- paper appears that Mr Hall has
don't really)) tell us much M ing how it was ten or twelve people in town who donate done a very good job as principal of Sanders, Rex Seimer and his wifeGrover
years ago. The Vietnam War' materials to achieve our goals and a the Lawtey. school!. Howard Annie Loper. Gooi'j>i
about the individual tragedy wonderful sports editor and Bourn, Tony Lawsnn and !Milto,
that each death represents. was raging, and many refused photographer you have in Buddy Coll- An inter-organizational shakeup Baker

They say very little about their duty as citizens. ings who makes our kids feel proud of intended for I the maximum utilization Special thanks to trainer,
i how each of these lives was Some even scoffed openly at their achievements by making it of available personnel! and for the bet Gn'ilthou&hn kept a lot of student Brady
patriotism, ridiculing those known to the public.I torment of the school: system is to be running( when otherwise \
snuffed out, probably in its \\t''oulll
come together this commended, but an arbitrary' movement -
Americans have been
young who in tumble Also
accepted to Joanne
youth. am thankful that chose Starke of staff for other
Memorial Day observance in their any reason Leper and Vicki Revels who
respon- as our home and that children should be viewed with
order to all of he I
venerate that nobili- scoring and awards
Casualty statistics say sibilities. .' have had the privilege of working A ('IIII.t'I'II'd (Hi/on ( ilisl nbii
about ty. We've come to recognizethat
nothing a mother ionThanks
grieving over a telegram the mortar holding our But, in today's America, to the wiles for their p.itionco

delivered in the middle of the society together is mixed you don't hear so much oepen Silent Parents Due Praise Too spend during' the many hours coaclu
scorn of patriotism. Some away from the/ liomefiont(,
night .or a father asking with the blood of those who

God gave their lives jn our people are even saying that TI".tc"........ In ii..1.I.,. ('..II.,..... r .
why it had to be his na --- -.w .y ''''"'1'''' IIII' III'
child. They can never tion's wars.Without patriotism is again growing Because I work for this newspaper, 'icipatod in by her youths Most of the spurts coverage!
portray in our country, I had occasion to read Mrs. Betty children in the programs have work
the anguish on the face the sacrifices Warren's letter before publicationand ing parents, and I am sure they', like Thanks to all of tin patentsv( <,

of an infantryman as he made by these heroic men Even so, you can still see I feel that I have to say something me, would be glad to help in any way' greatly appreciate your patience ami

holds his dying buddy in his and women, there would be signs that too many people in regard to her statements.The they can if askrd understanding late and your{ homelife when 'dinnois disrupted were!by

arms. America. believe that their own selfish whole text of the letter attributes
no Our society Being at a moot ing physically is one ur schedule
Cold lists of numbers would be something less than personal concerns are more any and all efforts put forth way of showing your support I
it is. We would not have important than the needs of to our youth in this county to the All wonder who those people think pay' The biggest! !: thanks of all is to thonembers
not the full the
convey impact of Club and their members. I of the
the in Sports for the expenses asked by'our youth to track (tt'i'lm&Im ,m
society which
the sorrow and loss we feel. freedom to say and do as we they live. personally,take offense to this type of participate in those programs. it only' helped in upgrading I ho

please. We would all suffer. You can hear that attitude thinking and I think the other parents takes money to go to he( games, to facilities, but wnikod very hard to
Are we trying today to who contribute what resources they take your children to (hoc functions, achieve the team goals.
glorify war? No, we're not. We come together to clearly voiced in the slogansof have will also object.. and to clothe them (uniforms, shoes H""I"'t IfullvCoatlif

The members of the Disabled acknowlege our debt to this those young people who etc..) and I am sure wo are all aware -, George!: I 1'111'1'|
American Veterans live withwar's nation's war dead. We owe are refusing to register for Just because we ( the nonmembers the money doesn't come easily to an ,and Ruddy H.I'h
) don't belong to the All awful lot of .
them allegiance to the draft. people.We
America They're
consequences every Sports Club, which is a fine hard-
day of their lives. They know the society for which they the same jabber so common working organization, and I highly arc blessed with four healthy 4-H

that war, in itself, deservesno died. We owe them loyalty to among draft dodgers of an' praise the works of Mr. Shannon and happy children and they all par, News

glory .that war is the the principles for which they earlier decade.It his co-workers, I certainly hope: that ticipate in the activities in Bradford
sacrificed their lives. the residents of the county don t think County as well as husband H (
ugliest fact of human ex makes my and > 'arnlyn Redding!:
short them us wonder how we individuals are lax In helpingour when you add up all the time and
istence. we owe many other citizens want to youth. money, I fool that I (who, as I pointedout Of the six organizational leaders .in

But there is glory and pridein patriotism.We enjoy the benefits of life in I don't attend the meetings, don't is not a member of the All Sports Bradford CIIUnl)'. Mary' Jean
America but don't dues, don't attend the Club) contribute goodly amount to Newman, the Orgaiu/alinn I Leader of
the hearts of those believe that patriotismmeans want to. pay my annual the .
those Hampton
young Grt't'lL'af
programs.As \ 4 II (Club
be banquet, don't volunteer time r!*
Americans who loved their more than serving in inconvenienced with (unless asked) to out my certain stated one of I the newest leaders in I the 4 ij
carry thank
country enough to answer its our armed forces .more defending our way of life. We functions in the sports programs. for your fine, work you but All also Sports, thank Club program Mrs. Newman look the n N+

call to arms. than raising a flag on the wonder why so many still ,however, this docs not mean (that I you silent parents and supporters of of of Organizat. tonal Loader at the :star1!
Fourth of July, voting, and feel that it's corny to do am not active,as well as my husband the programs in our area You are being coin this 4 II year and her efforts ami ac-

There's glory in the souls paying taxes. For them something so simple as fly a who has participated in all sports programs over-looked in the accolade been pllSlll11e1ltS tremendous t with the club have

of those who cherished patriotism means continuedservice flag on patriotic days. in this area for the past 19 department I salute you If you

freedom so deeply that they'bravely to years. We thoroughly support not just didn't see that your child!rf'l1)) made With her first year in 4 11 und a club
faced the fear of our People who harbor such at- our children, who have been in one or it to the games on lime, didn't pay for of 24 members In keep her busy: ', Mrs

combat. It's there in the The DAV and Auxiliary titudes probably view since more phases of sports In this county the expenses requested! of you, and Newman still has tune to help) her
they old
way were enough to walk, didn't attend the
games in which children. Ron and Jesse, with Hull
they valued our democratic carry out this responsiblity patriotism as foolish emo- but we heartily support all youth and youths participated! there wouldn't your special interests and activitiesRon

institutions so highly that by serving a group of people tion, whether they'd admit it help out whenever possible.Mrs. be any reason for a All Sports Club, a 4.I I'er that completed a beef project',

they willingly risked death or that many would like to shunt or not. But those who believe Warren, like about 80 percentof and all the hard working parents who this year, is like the majority of Ins

permanent disability on the aside when the guns of war they can pursue their own the parents today. Is a working run It. follow club members I that enteri'il-
are silent. goals when those goals well and An : beef or swine projects in the fair this
battlefield.And They serve run parent, as as myself she Equally Caring and 'ont.t'rllt'd ,
America's 2.5 million disabled counter to the needs of their knows the hardships entailed in try- Parent yearA

those we honor today veterans and their society are the real fools. ing to attend every function pare Mrs. Sylvia UlteriorESTABLISHED great( help to Mrs. Newman this

loved America that families. year has boon Doll ..
so freely All Waters \\h. I I. "
died of us live in our society. helped Mrs. Newman with ; ";
they to keep the everything l
American ideal alive. These people need the The welfare of each of us is ........ from regular club activities 10 special

They DAV's representation.This dependent on the welfare of ilrgraP. events like District Leadership
died so that you and I could Ir Retreats
our whole society. And the they have done a.
enjoy the freedom they Memorial Day obser- name of our fantastic 1 job with the Hampton Green,
society is
cherished, the way of life vance is not the proper occa- America., Leaf Club. Her/ energy and her willingness -
187* MEMBER to lake the initiative with her
club has provided a lot of educational
I ; BOB G. FERGUSON JOHN M. MILLER Publishers activities for her members thai I they

Fublhh Mch Thur....'and.nt:r*
Fort OHI ..!Stark. FU. ......r Act of March 3, Il7t. "-II is open to all without regard to

ace, color, sex or national origin.
1 I Ivbxripflo* rat. In trwio .r_i St '.r Y..r, $. Six Months
Niagara Fill stopped flowing for almost thirty hours on March 29.
OvUM trwU **.! $'0 Per Vrr ".50 fin Month
1848. due to the tons of ice lamming the river's
entrance near Buffalo. rho..
(O4)1ebe301) Stark..Florid.Uotl "Never cut what you can
untie" Joseph Jocibertr

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Make AllA'sFifteen : ,; ; ; !,
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of some 805 students, or 1.8 ,
percent of the student body at BradFord 1 *
Middle School earned straight. ,
A'b for the fifth 6-weeks grading I
period which ended April 21. Top Students
ytmore BMS students, or 12 percent At BMS
of the student body, earned all ,
A's and B's for places on the A-B i oar These 1.1: Bradford :Middle'i.h..1
honor roll. r.varra44 + students earned MraiglU-A'H for
Two BMS students, 7th grader the fifth 11-\\t''kll. They are:
Sherrl Harrell and 6th grader Jason Front center: Jennifer Itruun.
Brown, have earned straight-A's all Second row, seated I-r: Sharon
We( 6-weeks in the 81-82 school term. Martin :Mursennu H'unllt.'fall..-
i (Four, 8th graders Sharon Martin and I my ThoiiiaMin, Sherri Harrell.
Marscnna Brantley and 6th graders ..4N Third row standing: ..la.onHrouii.
Jennifer Brown and Jody Brown, I.ojtailitit-ki, Brian lavi->,
have earned straight-A's four of the Iw hadReddi.h.hdy lro\\ii. Paula
five grading periods. :.Murray, luniVillinxliain: .... Ucndyllsieli.
l't'IIIIIhla'h.. .
Slraight-A students for the fifth I K'u t to I
I o-weeks are:
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.Marsenna Brantley, 8th grade "
I daughter of Mr and Mrs Gerald
I Brantley of Starke. 4 ddia' p -, r 4 ,
Sharon Martin, 8th grade daughter 4'
(of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Martin of
I Starke.
'.Suzanne Dyal, 7th grade daughter
nf Mr and Mrs. Lavern Dyal of
Sherri Harrell,7th grade daughter
"f' Mr and Mrs. William Harrell of
iUrooker '1 / .
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.Wendy Hsich, 7th grade daughter
of.Mr. and Mrs. John Hsieh of Starke.
.Paula Murray, 7th grade daughter _
|rif. Mr and Mrs. Gerald Murray of lw t fk"' I'' t :J 1
'tarke. ,
Logan Ricks, 7th grade son of Mr. I II 4 K ,l. ,, yT 41Y
und Mrs. George Ricks of Starke. r w
'.Tammy Thomason, 7th grade I' r iA
(laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard'
'homa!>on of Brooker.
Pam Willingham, 7th grade I
,laughter of Mrs. Mary S. Willingham
t>f Brooker.
Jason Brown, 6th grade son of Mr.
nd Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke.Jennifer *
Brown, 6th grade
,(laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
rown of Starke. Cinem3X':
Jody Brown 6th grade son of Mr.
,ind Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. thew Shilynn Chaff, Chuck Presenting
..PennyIlsich, 6th grade daughterof Coburn, Crockrell, Brad Green,
[ Mr and Mrs. John Hsieh of Starke Alvin James, Steve Jones, Donna
j Brian Davis, 6th grade son of Mr. Langley, Tammy Lynn, Robie with a
and Mrs. Randall Davis of Starke. Mcliae, Julie Mitchell, Tammy service
Chad Reddish,6th grade son of Mr. Moody, Sue Nettles Jackie Nguyen, I att-movie
and Mrs, John Arthur Reddish of Kim Norman, Andrey Pierce, Gene The
[Starke Powell. Lisa Rix, Roger Rowe, hoursadaY.different
Stephanie Sams, Bianca Simpson, 24
"The 97 students on the A-B honor Melissa Sullivan, Maria Thomas, of

[foil are'I' Williams Wendy Vest, Hal, Wood.Greg Wiggins, Justin choice movies,

Eighth grade: Kellie Baldwin, Amy Sixth Grade: Shannon Abrams,
Jp C'arter, Amy Clark, Tracie Clark, Cassie Autr)', Erika Banks, Michael '
1 Tammy Dempsey, Bonnie Geiger, Barber, Bo Bishop, Robert Boone, '
'Allen Gonzalez, Betty Green, Joseph Pam Carter, Jamie Carver, Dale ,I
I Griffis, Polly Griffis, Erika Gruen. Cassels, Dori Davis, Todd Gillen- !
'John Hamilton, Tina Harris, Beth waters, Dennis Glover, Robert
Hatmaker, Jay Hayes, Lynn Holtzen- Jackson, Nicole Johnson, Ricky
dor.f, Tricia Lawson, Tonja McCloud. Kimutis Dodie McRae, Esther Mar- : ::
Theresa McCollum, Karen Martin Irving tin, Lisa Mosley, Gene Murphy, x. .. ,' :.::,' M.: .,,_ \1 '
Meres, Richard O'Steen, Evelyn Stephanie O'Steen Kenneth Owens, _..
PCnncll. Paul Moore, Stacey Reddish,' Chet Norman; Eric"'Noegel"Eric'
1'rac.yHowan, Nancy,Shuford, Pam Packham,,.Chrls'Powell; Lori Sappy /J
T ylor. Deanna Tomlinson, Melissa Richie Taylor, David Thorpe, Robert L _
illiums. Thorpe, Chad Thornton, Lisa Tierney, S
Seventh grade: Kristin Alday, An- Angela Widener, Teresa Wynn, Pam / 'f
7T'lli' > H.ilkrnm., David Barnes.. Mat.ISouthside- Zurfluh. ia /


News i

I Calendar of events for the last six students for amking clay models of
('(ks of school: dinosaurs and putting them in the
|Ala28 Second and fourth grades library showcase.The .
I ve scheduled a field trip to Stephen students in Mrs. Iva Jean Har-
l. (aster! Memorial Park. First gradesto rell's fourth grade have learned all
> to Jacksonville! Zoo on a field trip. the presidents from George
June 2 Kindergarten and grades Washington to Ronald Reagan. While
.fr he and two will perform in a talent learning the states and capitals they
,I b!how starting at 8:40: a.m. in thenuthsidu learned the capital of Alaska was going
$ Cafeteria. to be moved from Juneau to
I June 3 Grades three, four and five Willow.Several fourth grade students
,, ill have talent show also. Both pro- wrote letters to the Governor of TrurV.LR's Rock For Kampuchea Grand Illusion
rams are under the direction of Mrs. Alaska, Jay Hammond, asking why Jean Renoir's 1938classic
.8fUry Agnes Ferguson! and Mrs. the capital was being moved. Lori .. jur.ton nee o me entangled; P.inl McCartney and Wings. The considered to be one of the
eggy Stanwtx-Hay.! Last school day Mann, Celeste Carter and Carl Richi in a fot'-bound .jirport Who. andmorei greatest ftlitis of alt time
!>r students. received answers. He said the people
June 4, 7 & 8 Teacher post- of Alaska voted to move the capital to
fanning. a site near Anchorage. It was felt the
captial of a state should be in a more
Southside teacher, Mercy Dee Hill, central location .one nearer to the
vas: married March 27. Southside ex- most people and one which is more _
ends !best: wishes to the new Mrs. accessible by road. The move will be
IWakeficld. made when the people approve the
Mrs. Mercy Dee Wakefield's and costs of such a move by voting.
\1rs.: Terri Prevatt's classes have Wanted: Rock Detective! Mrs.
Jln-un studying nutrition during the Margaret Boone and Mr. Dan Smith Billy Jack Monty Python and The Holy Grail Mean Streets Look Back in Anger
last week. Those third grade students are still scratching their heads and -i lovt'i SIM I ,( ;, I :.' 111(1( S tclVi ''r ill* J.OUPi.'t Robert DeNirfc's brilliant Stipiv ,rai Richard Burton
I made posters showing the four food looking very quizzical. Please help 1114 foin I .H.a'lilin .is !ii"i : (.'n ir r>i\i\( ijt their performance in a/gritty drama n this powerful "iovie about-
identify the unusual large rock that two t.istoil hi.-i j '
J rrmps. > w-jf ivt'si tiling over of Mafia Ute passion cincJ despair
Mrs. Dea Paterson's second grade was found in the library storage ?
land Mrs. Terri Prevatt's third grade shelves. Charm Wiggins, second
I classes, that have been going to the grader says "it's a volcano rock."
I Starke Nursing! Home! each Friday all Erin Williams, fifth grader, thinks it t >Wiv
I this school year, donated plants for is "a coral rock." Dewaync Allen
I the bazaar held Saturday, April 24 at guesses it is "just a rock." If anyone
I1 he Nursing Home. The Vo-Tech hor- thinks they can identify it, please t
ticulture department rooted* the come to the library. Creatures from 4 tl.a +.Lr
(plants for the bazaar sale. long ago this does not mean the
News from Mrs. Bobby Fae Chaff's librarian or library aids are on
I third grade;: This class has been studying display in the school library. Third The lati Smger I Love You. Alice B. Tobias The Man With Bogart's Fae* The Music Man
I rocks and minerals for the past graders from Mrs. Bobby Fae Chaff's An qproarious 500Qf of1940S On,' Ml A,1, ;, ', ,ve()
three weeks. The students are learn- class have made some terrific clay
detective Mi -. >
movies i. ; <;k
Img how rocks are changed by nature. models of dinosaurs including a \
I They are studying the rock cycle and Tyrannosaurus Rex by Jennifer,
., _
Brontosaurusby ;> n'r : 'n"'w-'"' ':"' ':"' "'"'\" "IW"' '> -- ,_ .
|how they are formed. Mrs. Janet Stegosaurus by Amy, ; F" : ; 4 ", ;' ":' : : ,,: ":" ;'v N
( has been coming to the Kevin Trachodon by Karen and
Neighbors The drama of Mean Streets. The
classroom on Fridays to teach nutria an Allosaurus by Bill. Earth Week has excitement of The noon. During the day see a wide selection of variety of movies is different from the other cable IV
Jazz The
tion.a The class is really enjoying this been a big success. Students from all The Singer. fun of Monty Python and The Holy Grail. fascinating features. Family films play in the early services:That means each month you can choose from a
[until and they would like to thank her grades have picked up and cleanedup. charm of The Music Man That's Cinemax.: evening. And "R" rated movies are tremendous mix of movies other
Bfor helping them. Bill Campbell, Amy Come see the large "Earth The 24-hour all-movie cable TV channel with over 50 reserved for nights." All uncut and cable TV channels' dun'l.h'M. And
Onffis, Karen Coleman, Jennifer Sculpture" in the library made by the different and exciting films every month. With uninterrupted that extra choice
Bright and Kevin Boone are studying a children from the pop tops and plastic Cinemax, there's more choice of movies than ever Cinemax cableGihernax nf movies gives
nit on dinosaurs. Thanks to these ring holders collected off the ground. before on cable TV. with other you and your family greater nun it'
Clnemax's schedule fits your family's schedule. TM. viewing enjoyment

I BARC Fund Raising Results, Winners Children films play in the mornings and late after- month C nemax'sarh: Our dIfference IS our mOVIes:" every ht.imt' you

The Bradford Association 01 L oy Raymond uaer 01 siarKe.An : .
lletarded Citizens had their fund- Afghan valued at $15, donatedby CALL TODAY! CINEMAX IS AVAILABLE
Valsing in the form of a drawing held Minnie Masey, was the fourth IN: .
Saturday night. April 3, at the Brad- place prize and was won by Leta
lord County Fairgrounds. The wm- Morgan of Starke. ORANGE PARK FL STARKE FL '

|iers of all four prizes are as follows: I' ',' "5.Bradford Video Bradford Video S : :

First prize of $100 worth of meat Goal for the years fund raising was : ,2720740f 964-6308
(donated by BARC was won by Gary $1,000, but regretably, only $940 was :> ;,,,;:;, .
Corbett of Starke. raised. Anyone wishing to contribute.to '.i' > -, tJ"t.:' -. J
the fund contact BARC. P.O. Box .. '" ... .
: '
Alice Burch of Micanopy won second 509, Starke, or drop off your donationto ,. \ "177'y H' >. w .
prize, a $50 worth of groceries Sunshine Acres, SR-16W. ,
donated by W nn Dixie. Many thanks to all the merchants ',1'1t..",.,".I"fi. ",.;.".,!....'"-.- JII ..::' "
I Third prize, a ham valued at $25 and friends who donated time money
donated by Butcher Block, was won and merchandise to this project.

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I ; 266 Bradford School Teachers Reappointed With No Controversy _. 2,1 I

266 Bradford school teachers were tions open this summer although toad Middle School. The school staff ui any insurance company that gets 30 handicapped student program in Rodney Hall, Patricia Spengter: didn't, and ari- I
it known they
, to the the of the hood school board employees signed up requesting Palatka. Parrish made
Monday night, April 26, they probably cannot expect get went over operation(
reappointed notice
short on
: the service. is Students are transportedfrom predate voting on :
in school board meeting with position they filled this term. vent "with a fine tooth comb, said '
a special Operations Director Lennard that there is on one slot left on the Bradford to the Putnam center. something they hadn't read.

r no Florida controversy.school law requires that In other action Monday night, the Register, and the operation of the school board's payroll, so each additional 39 Bradford students from Starke and
,ti I school board: hood vent checks out. company will have to receive South!>ide elementary schools were Barnett
teachers be notified of their employ Cliff II.
,I ment status six weeks prior to their The ceiling still has to be com payment from the current annuity tested under the program this year, Sgt. in Fairfield
: last day of employment in the school Authorized a call for bids for and the stoves coolers, and carrier, which is Voyager Insurance Chairman said. Arrives
health insurance, as recommendedby freezers must be moved in. Principal Company. J.T. Parrish was askedto arid
'year, so a special meeting was required Sgt Cliff H. Barnett, son of Mr.
Monday night. There remains the adiministration. Dewey McKinney says he doesn't expect declare the item, which was not on Mrs. II. E. Barnett of Starke has a -
only six weeks of the 81-82 school to be able to use the new kitchen Okayed overnight trip May 6-8 for the agenda, as an emergency and did rived for duty at Fairchild Air Forde
term. Approved an application for a until next school year. the BUS band to attend. to the Slate so at Supt. Casey's request. Casey Base Washington

There were eight annual contract $30,000 federal grant for a second Band Festival. said the application had been hand Barnett, a security specialist with
teachers not rehired, because they community education unit. Authorized payroll deduction ser delivered to his office Monday and the 92nd Security Police Squadro ,
filled positions for one year for vice for annuity policies for the Public Approved a project application fora was past due in Tallahassee.The was previously -assigned at RA
Approved payment of $15,282 to Employees Services Company Florida Developmental Resourcesfor
teachers who were on leave for one the Alconoury, England.
reason or another.The eight probably Shaws Metal Works for a hood vent in- PESCO, Supt. Tom Casey recommended Handicapped grant for 225000. board voted 5-0 to approve He is a 1974 graduate of Bradfo' i
will be offered employment as posiTornado stalled in the new kitchen at the Brad- that such a service be given The 8-county consortium operates the application but board members High School, Starke.

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TalkBy Vickie Carter The Great

Thought for the week, ,

especially for the seniors: )

(t ...Intu Beginnings. II hate l
el aIIUl'IIIt'd.| I

KM:: ; OK TillIAIt:
l'LE:.Ut.I'K: : S.I.Iin: progress at
;.Mrs. l Heildinn's home in the front office -
ul MIS. she has jackets !shirts

.shorn keys umbrellas, caps, MIC.OO"
jewelry, and oilier miscellaneousitems. V 1 (, woos
If you hate act'idt'ntly! CHUNaSr I.L'"
mUplaciMl any of the following items, + E
.sco ;Mrs. Redding _


Orders for Senior T-shirts will betaken 9 i c
( during( lunches and before and
after school for the LAST week olschool.
!. See Mrs. Bobbie O'Brian
located in the Art room for details. _

All students using lockers and locksat

BUS should start cleaning, and TYLENOL KINGSFORD

want clearing should them be taken out. home Anything from you the EXTRA-STRENGTH COLGATE GELTOOTHPASTE COCACOLAPLANTERS CHARCOAL

lockers no later than June 3. Lockers
should be empty and locks turned into I
I the front office. All lockers not
cleaned out by 11:15: a.m. June 3 will LOTTIL e-0 / $ CANS RpuINM 4/ tale. LAO
bo opened by the administration and ; ,23988:::: :: ; .159 ,77 .199

all properties will be confiscated. It is Sale ".., Sale PricedPopular ,...,.. Site Priced .... Regular I.7t ,.....
a good idea for YOU to go through Extra-strength analgesic without Trial size tube ol Winter-Fresh Gel carbonated beverage In Cheeze Curls. Corn Chips Pretzel Quick starling Long lasting, even
your locker: it might save some embarrassment aspirin. Limit 1 please With MFP Fluoride. Limit 3 please take along cans. Limit 2 packs Twists A more. Limit 2 burning briquets. Limit 2
Don't make Mr It!
Thomas have to read those love notes,
or other private articles! You may
find that over-due library book, or MAYBELLINE NEOSPORIN A BAR-B-Q MITT I Io F
that !>science text that you swore you DIAL-A LASH OINTMENT i
never issued.Seniors. MASCARA 459'AOUMCC 18" ROUND TABLE TOP 89 "...1." I

: Your lockers will be need Sal... ......1" Aids II .9Wllh-I BRAZIER HIBACHIGRILL '

to be cleaned and locks turned in to Light to heavy ape out stinging GRILL I I I
the Main office: before you obtain your plication. Limit 1 Limit 1
cap and gown( Thursday May 'Z7, during / ill* 10" IT"Regular
Regular' .... ..(.
I the lunch period.
w ''''oj t :I '
The Telegraph( needs a senior picture ANTACID m I 699 699SHAMPOO ,.:)
from the following students to
publish/ it in the Senior Insert. Mrs. .88 11-OUNCC 109 3-way height adjustment Adjustable grids 4 '
Patterson will collect the pictures I. I. folding legs. drafts. Portable.'
For extra body Pleasant taste.
which will be returned; Tina Best
I. shine. Limit 1 Low sodium. Limit 1 (
Drew Andrews, Marvin Covmgton
Kim Cruger, Bea Cummings, JamesDorntiney
Ronnie Frazier, Alan Iled- r
Tern Massey, Michelle Muse, Cathy HAIR SPRAY TABLETS ii-oz.: QQe ale -f CMit PACK or to149
Norman Pam Pratt Porter Roberts, lip, i.teGreat '. R.," H 9 A.". Itt ,.. I '

Andrew Thomas Richard Trainor, 58 t,1 59 or 801 it ....,. 1" for summer ,,,5 Hinged lid & .. Disposable &
Robbie Underhill, Charles Woods,Joe la-- meals. Limit 1 drain spout. sturdy.
For hold.
lasting Helps prevent -,-
WOOds: I.uut'tia! Tanner, and Bren- Limit 2 please motion sickness. '
datleT)l >'son. Limit 1 HEINZ .
l'JK2 Tornado year books will be KETCHUP PICNIC JUG PLASTIC

i issued the last 1 week of shoo) In caseyou STAYFREE ORAL 12OUNCC119 6 1011" TUMBLERS139 pe.g.
1.4S ... I J.TS I :
nuissedpurthasinga yearbook in MAXI-PADS TOOTHBRUSH w .o
Thick A rich. I
Tab & "'" u u.
I the fall, bring $15 to Mrs.
Sox or M1TYPIS .... ooe Limit 1 Pack ol 14.
Prevail in the finance office. Rumor ,.. 1" Priced .....OO wide mouth. w/.+ S
has it that t the annual will be great Beltless feminine Soft, round-tip
napkins. Limit 1 :{ bristles. Limit 2 v--
Stale Student Assessment Test CANDY BARS a
Scores: are in. Go by either GuidanceCounselor's WRAP. CORD 1-
"'"' 5100Mea. SO1 MOIL e-roor 29.
office and
today pick your I 77C I I
scores up. u Chewy, Hurry or sM eM ... ". l.rt .. ..
TUSSY CURAD For microwave Choose brown .
"" chocolate types. '
BANDAGES or white. a
DEODORANT cooking.
Art Club dined Tuesday May 27, al Limit 9 -
the Pizza Hut for the end of the year tOUNCItTVPt* .69i h *-IMCMox or 10 59.
get-together.! Mrs. O'Brian sponsoredthe A R
Cream or roll-on % Ouchless Price
active /group this year, as they types. Limit 1 I reflects 25' off
have been involved in manyprojects, label. Limit 1

JUNIORS: Next )'('ar's senior picI SUPER'L
I ures will be taken on June 4 and June PLASTIC
7 from K a.m.I p,in. at the school.! DAISY TRAVEL Y
Boys \\'t'arhilt' dress shirts. Girls SHAVERS ACCESSORIES SHADEOA2RPA388s
wear blouses! that can be removed for 4-OUNCI
Ihedrupe. Sitting ft't'ls$3. In August l. "'Iced .....39C 79
after school starts, a make-up day Twin blade. Dis Soap dish, brush p Q 3 ssAc f w
will bt'jo.t'n( for seniors bu there is no posable. Limit 3 holder & more. ,. Sun blocking lotion.
guarantee 1 that make-up pictures will With PABA Limit 1
ho in alphabetical order in the 1983
Tornado Yearbook. Make
your appointments -
beginning this week in 0 O 1 NOXZEMA
:Mrs. Bain's room. '

'Seniors need to inform Mrs. Patterson 219 14-OUNCi
where they plan to attend college. I .at.. 199
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She newts to know so that she can h. I Sunscreen for NOSISOTE Priced .vGreaseleis. ...
prepare a final transcript of your ; ; penetrating rays medicated skin
grades.!: \ 0 A Limit 1 cream. Limit 1 .

Th. DISC I Is hf P
Congratulations to the boys and ,
girls Slate Track participants. Dos 1 Eckard .Is ready OT SOLARCAINE
set a new school record in the ThOPICAL
"'" pew *"renkjltonaiv 'Koda SUNTAN LOTION or
440relayof 43.3 seconds. Pam KODAK DM Cornea ol IduM Suy I and MI pne.uwi. dLFtID,.
Hawkins broke two of her own PR-10 INSTANT IV*.c MM OKM Mtli A MOO mnxwrn, a PMMMM leuid dtm eA. TawaG
mow man|uti u* '
records: the long jump of 17 ft. 11" i -- Kodak One ......M MOCUS' I too Ou fnoto
inches and the 220 of 25.02. We arc COLOR FILMt I loo naff r Kwclo* lave and ewAnped tot" n t
*yea**oet oui tan...mota 299 229
aw Mce tneMk
proud of you! "'' -.n.. "..% _t-k. il..OvwrM.r C.-
PRINTSxeuler' 739 PM wan a) out tamout non efe os Moisturizing lotion ta'' 6-ounce Lotion or
All girls interested in the Flag Corp .. t..SS .......,......... you km in a (ado OM tor" pnoto--.0.-you that can even work 3-ounce Spray.
eon bur I IMK cues tot" Me pice at 1. I
should contact Mrs. Deborah Wood- With satln-IIke finish Limit 2 awyaen-r Indoors. Limit 1 Limit 1
fin. Training sessions Marl May 24.

Information on the CETA Summer TROPICAL FOR

I time Youth front Program office. is You now must available comply at You're Going Like BLEND FACES ECLIPSE .

with the information sheet in order to LOTION or OIL ONLY -. LOTION ., ..
complete and application for summer Eckerd's PhannacyService aPP ::1.4 .P.. 10er1S u

employment. Those llth and 12th .-OUNCI __ t.-...........
graders applying for the summer program Eckerd Pharmacid" ahighytnmedpropawnds' .who"going' YOU" 289 233 379
should also sec Mr. Coslello 10 Make sure you are completely, unified., They lake. continuing CNOICI .....II..... .
education courses maintain an up-to-date knowledge$ of develop Promote By CDpertone. 'se Choice of alcohol
about the a dark
DOT All deep tan.
summer Program.
me"ta"'dlugs" They alwayi try 10 tave by Senior ,
you money offering Non-greasy.llmd 1 or moisturising
applicants must be between 14 and 21 C'," ... discount and generic drugs whenever possible They will Limit 1 b.... Limit 1
years of age. also' save you lime by constantly checking stocks to keep me drugs
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Mav 27. 19M2 TELEGRAPH Page9A

I, County Board of Adjustment' .1 H[am to&: Council Votes to Buy New: Police Carr II

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By A.T. Burke 'pr'BCT ;,;''"' police budget allotment. police budget for the vehicle, with the "Yeah well I own more land here
Meets Today on 301 LoungeThe Staff Writer made than do I taxes..."
The engine in the current vehicle is"shot" remainder to be up from the you ; pay way more
The Hampton City Council met in and the front end has sale of the old vehicle. the chairman countered.The .
Bradford County Board of Ad- and received other information con- emergency session Wednesday even- blems to Marshal pro verbal exchange escalated un-
justments will meet at 5 p.m. today cerning the restaurant and lounue. ing May 19,and decided to purchase a Simmons according Simmons said he Raymond was A motion to purchase the vehiclewas til it appeared that Evans and Roak
(Thursday May 27)) to consider a Zoning Director L.M. Gaines told new police car. told by Councilman Ted Curtis to look made by Councilman Curtis and might square off, but Evans stalked
The decision with bitter dissentby was seconded by Duane: Mitzel. The
I special met put in obvious disgust
exception requested for the three board members Olin Jim
into buying a new car, after it was
council chairman John Evans whoat deciding vote was cast by Ulysses
operation of a restaurant-lounge Womock and Jewclle Brown that said after the meetingthat
on :: found that leasing one would cost Simmons
Wood with Evans the
almost blows voting against
one point come to
US-301 south of Starke. due to difficulty in filling two vacancies more than the city could afford. He he had recently written ticketsfor
The board met Monday afternoon, on the adjustment board, he had with a citizen in attendance. reported back to the council that he buy."I an improper start, a couple tickets
I 1 but no action was taken on the request decided to abolish the present board, had found such a car. for running stop signs and a couple
since neither the petitioner Mrs. and have the County Zoning Board "We've got too much money invested see we have an un-elected sixth speeding tickets.
Lorene Nunery of Miami nor Richard also serve as the Board of Ad in the vehicle we have right The car will cost the city $2,500, and councilman" Evans said after the The marshall also said that the city
Welty her attorney was present. justments. Gaines said this action now Evans said, referring to the is a secondhand, ex-FHP vehicle meeting. "The" marshall is running would be getting! "almost 100 percent
Board member Mark Olin moved to could be taken under the present zoning -i new battery and new tires that have with 65,000( ) miles on it.. It is being sold I he city now. return" on its old X-band radar unit in
table the request stating he would not code and that it would simplify been placed on the current car Evans by St.. Johns Chry&ler.Pl'moulh in St. "The same road you rode in on can exchange for a new K-band model
act on it until he had seen a site plan t the process I was also against the purchase on the Augustine.The take you out of town," shot back that conforms to current stale requirements -
basis that it would deplete the entire city will pay $2,300 out of the citizen Roy Roak. ,


Artists fur last!

Ricky Smith Three, Chad U'ecks Thornton and

Outdoors Sale Lashaun James. Congratulations to
these folks and their fine art work.

The week of May 10.14 was a busy
i one for the BMS Pre-Vocational
Health Classes and teacher Adele

.AlA (/ -4J ".4'.1 Mitchell:May :;.:; Mrs. Judy Moore Assistant

41 N" Administrator and Director of Nursing
cr14 wiily. at Bradford County Hospital! ,
visited each class preparing t the
students for a lour of our local
hospital. Mrs. !Moore explained the
\ many opportunities and educational
requirements for these jobs, along
with a slide presentation of the
hospital and its services.Monday. .
: :May 10 Florida's Future
0I Farmers of America Vice-President!
visjled.: BMS. Sponsored by the
FloridaFarm Bureau, Ms. Marcia
Asbcll Bronson Florida, presenteda
I very interesting and informative
.ElTI'rgcl1c)' Program
1 v "Tuesday. lavllt: one of the l local
Rescue Units was with us at BMS.
Scot Taylor and Paul West discussed
ENERGIZERVISUAL 'with the students the numerous responsibilities

SCENESUNGLASSES MEN'S or LADIES' "C" or "D"? IVORY HIDRI50O I and of an educational EMT and requirements

techniques of utilizing the very

F 129 "eaUS r169 3,5-0l. ''l77C 21 00 modern a terrific and complicated educational experience equipmentwas

S.,. 2 ",ego 41 'Self' W..dneslla111: \' 12, the students
REGULAR PRICES Sal, PrlcwlCasual ..... .. ""Iced. .. t 09 PN.r Priced /saw the orjti.re team at work and what
Large selection of currant: style footwear with woven In."r; rad! -s calculators toys & Personal size hers Price refifOcts !5 Econo..,1. el & absorbent towels for a fantastic opportunity this was. As!
sunglasses for men or women, soles & cloth V-straps. more c'Jn1'f'!!\ taC"l r limit 1 pack many suseriold .-.as- Limit 9I / we toured the BCH \\(' had the
privilege of visiting the numerous/ !
:':'- -- departments and meeting the
employees. The kindness! !shown to us!>
I WATER Ti'ME BIC ) sic : by our efficient guides, the I'mk
6" DISPOSABLE! 7. Ladies, and the COUl't'Sand! thoughtfulness
WED 3 .. .
VB"X sopoorGARDEN of each employee all combined
LUMINUM :;'....POR 2/QQC 1 I A li I to make. this an experience

LAWN: HOSE Butane lighterudjustafcte' -, I [i I shall long remember.
FURNITURE tIa : Thursday, Mr. Clark Edwards! of
,'. aloes e.0 12.19 '.Imlt 2 / the Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic:
".0'.. CHAIR 988 presented drug information to the
..... ,." ,- 999 COMAIfl-1250-WATT students. Differences! in J legal and illegal

o"akin f,1988...., HARTZ -- HAIRDRYER ... -- drugs and their use! and abuse
../o Nylon reinforced were discussed. Mr. Edwards had
WITHAL! .en Oros. "
Weather resistant webbing for durability. Colt 50 Sl9 acAr",.a 1DSS Ms. tae visited: previously! and explained! services
on sturdy frame. easily. A 'TV'tt 1.9Your/ i aA r rise, 14" 2 .peed' neat: : and qualifications of I the pl'l'MIIIn
can Y/n.t
** t -5" ( local Guidance
Ppst front legs. .I 'C" YA/41M.r ATP se'"ings. Lightweight. at our Clinic
reme. Love ---
To all (those who \\ of
gu\oo illmgly!
Dog or.Rid Flea.
<, :5rte.eoe'UUt.; .. .999 their time and efforts to make all
.. thes.ft! activities, possible, please at
HUGGERS LADIES' ... dept our sincere appr'chll. for a job
BEVERAGE f TERRYTOPS OSCILLATING VIP PRO well) done: VDutosliiikcmoiiilM'r
or .
CASSETTE ."Ha'"e a AI.ATU.InP' I .. SI'\IIi.Sir WeekTe.st St lirdnlo.Ma .
MI ?
4291.7l TAPES Dual heals.
.......i I to'. R.1..22 v* 'C"'O' ,. : > II! :|Related l.\rt& :Malh
Insulated keeps Assorted sizes & Covers up to lq 11I1"at IACx1 99'r: 11- ffj :May 20:Menial Studies< ScicnvrMu
lies .,
beverage cold. ,. colors. 2400 sq. ft. Low noise: blank -" :"g1Tr. '2" rIN" : > 2t.: l.angiKiKerts! I'.U:
CO -g-99 m :Memorial Iray lluliil.i\ :M.iil:
tapes. u' 0/
CUTTER c: ...,.

INSECT PRO __ ..- .._ ....; __ _
I.fiOUNC., 229' ,T p.9. 279 CARDS RIVAL / ; Week
2 /-100r i
Rw1..s ,:. u, .. .Rq....row I I8 CAN OPENER Firefighters
Keepetftosqultos For summertime Bridge, Jumbo WITH %N'?* IMAMPCHt! i
._way-or hours fun & exercise Poker, Pinochle. 5754 10" Set by GovernorGovernor
STAR,BRITE' PVC AIRMATTRESS. 21d QALLON LANTERN Magnetic lid ifter, Bob Graham and the
AUTO POLISH GAS CAN fl.VOLT / removable level members of the Florida( Cabinet have
1a. 149OUNC 10'8 Rp. -1 with BATTERY proclaimed! the week of :May 23: ::111() as
':>?., Slltoane-tough 30" x 72". With easy-pour recognize the importance of the service
Rugged PVC. spout. 499 GRAM PRIX AM/FM in
protection firefighters perform our com
.. POCKET RADIO munities.

1201A 799IM = "The significant progress! that the
e A Sn rdy plastic. $... f
Assorted colors. Telescopic antenna Florida fire service community has!
achieved is of tins
& writ strap certainly worthy
recognition. This achievement is
,- SEA & SKI underscored by Florida's current
ranking of ninth in .the nation in the
SUNTANLOTION N.ERGY; : SAV&G( 'VAtUES least t number of fire deaths per

---;:: ..-p, .. -,, .. n.. .. .. .. capita. The l people of Florida need to
4-OUNCC 4 be made aware of the exemplary performance
019 NpwAlh 1V demonstrated by our
BREEZE' TROPtC firefighters," said Bill Gunter, Slate
r Fire Marshal.
Golden tanning "' HCTrvt .
lotion. Limit 1 TAHMtHO IOT1OW AIR KING "Perhaps the best way the citizensof !
-,.......,.-. 40INCHCEILING ..- our community could demonstrate
.. -01'rNa ', their appreciation' toward our
--I ; "a') firefighters would be to truly understand -
SEA BREEZE ALO-SUN .- FAN who they are and what (hey are.
,AFTER .c; 8 '" ) MK1 The week of May 23-30, I is a week I that I
' .\ :.-: ANTISEPTIC TAN ,;" 'iao" the citizens of this great state can
I ..I-i lava show appreciation to the courageous
4.OU11ce <<1 .ou..ce t firefighters of Florida. They are
.' 99 599. ( r 5999 always available for responding! to
.. ..... / ( Priced' ....... emergencies. Their efforts more than \

,Skin cleanser & astringent. Lotion helps prevent :.- s White ceiling fan. Quiet warrant recognition during "Fire
.Limit 1 peeling. Limit 1 =- motor. Fighter Appreciation Week," Gunter
Chief Lewis of (he Starke Fire
BAIN DE ALO Department said he finds "Fire

.S OLE RELIEF Fighter Week" very gratifying.

NNIII .Correction!
Ef 1UNg REIN tin* 2899 r a FAN The Telegraph erred in its May 20
299 ,,..
351. w R.a. n t
to stand- 1 *... I1.MRotary 16" In naming the Band Booster -
Provides moderatesunscreen. For sunburn & skin 4La and windows V control members who received awards for
Umlt 1 Irritations. Limit 1 Compact. quiet. their service to the Bradford High
Band in an article on Page 4A. :.
TROPIC The paragraph should have read:
In the Band Booster Division, Life
.' IP' 1 #M E LOTION Membership in the Band Boosters .
NAIR QUEEN HELENS E-oz. Provides sun pro399 and gifts were presented to Don :
.. COCOABUTTER tection factor. OPEN DAILY 9 to 9, SUNDAY 10 to 7. Brooks outgoing president and wife
LOTION M TAN Sale Prlcoa good thru Sat May 29th CE1 _) Marilyn, and to Lancttc and Clifton
4-OVMCI ? t-oz.With aloe for a Griffis for their many hours of work
lasting tan. . for the BHS Band. Bud Tucker, presi-
129 S dent, presented gifts to Gwen Gowens
99C Bradford Ctrhair
Fr.grant&oentle "? ::1Ls'o;: I"OCre.m Sq. Shopping and Ruth Johns, for their assistance
remover. Hand & body lotion. for sunburn, 229 during the past year. Gifts were also
Limit 1 Limit 1 831 S. Walnut Street Starke .. oresented to Director Woodfin and

Charge Itl! itarke fames Pcronto.Middle School Band. Director

The Telegraph apologizes for the

-The Editor


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Awards Earned .' \ ,"' : n:;
"Arrow of .
Light" '1
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Rv R Cub Scouts in Starke Pack 73 J ,>'i',1' .. L1W _I .", ,:,,

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Cub Scout Pack 73 presented the Arrow ward to a week of day camp at Camp handcarved and painted the rockets, ; 1h :
of Light ceremony at its regular Echockotec June 21-25. which were propelled by rubber band '
pack meeting Monday night, May 24, The next Pack 73 meeting will be 'motors') from one corner of Ihe
at the 1st Methodist Fellowship Hall held in September.Cub meeting room to another on fishing( ,i
Receiving the Arrow of Light line.The -
Fitness M
rocket in the
which is the highest award earned in winning 8-year-old -
Cub Scouting, were Chris Durban son Held in MarchAt division was built by Todd Hall, who
4 of Raymond and Bonnie Durban, the March pack meeting the Cub won a gold medal. The silver medal ,
: Chris Holloway son of John and Joyce Scouts met at Southsidc Elementary was won by Jeremy Trimble, with
Holloway, Eric Nugent son of Paul School's playground for their annual Edwin.DeLoach. winning/ the bronzeIn L
't and Carol Nugenl, Roger Padgett) Jr. physical fitness day. the 9-year-old group the gold
fc-' son of Roger and Dorothy Padgett Sr, The boys were tested for standing medal rocket was designed by
and Chuck Tetstone son of Roger and long jump, overhand l Softball: throw, Richard Hal>nick. Winning the silver
+:. Wanda Tetstone. push-ups, sit-ups, and 50 yard dash was! Eric Brown and Raymond Trim- ;
.''w AH the boys had to complete) 7 ac- with points given for performances ble won the bronze. 1
f livilies (rom their Cub Scout hand- each activity. The totals for all 5 The 10 year old gold medal winnerwas lip
"-''v book such as aquanaut award, artist, events determined 1st, 2nd, and 3rd John Stephens. Chuck Tetstone
athlete, forester, etc., and memorizedthe place winners. won the silver and Abram DeLoach.
Boy Scout oath, law, motto, hand For the 10-year-olds 1st place wentto the bronze. '
shake and so forth to prepare for t their Cordcll Strong, -who totaled( 464 The rockets were also judged in 10 : ? I
move up to Boy Scouts. All the boys points. 2nd place was Chris Durban a design categories with the winner in A )
will entering Boy Scouts the first of :3'J'J! ,with 3rd going to Tim Adams wit\ each category getting ribbons.
June. 314! points.In Judges were Carl Minx and his wife
Todd and Dirk Schmidt, both Eagle Ihe t 9-year-old division Raymond Martha. Mrs Minx'is I the temporary
.f' scouts from Troop 73, performed the Trimble came out on top with a score director of t the Bradford County
candle-light ceremony, which included of SIX). Randy Milton was second with Library and some of Ihe Cub Scout I
the boys and their parents. 381 and Adam Erdman 3rd with a 367 rockets are on display in the library. II I
J I The boys were 5 of 13 boys in the core Category winners were as follows: I
\. Webelo den led by adult leaders Mike Todd Hall tallied 401 points and was Most psychedelicEdwin DeLoach<< $ 1jJ i \
Tierney and Jim Mitchell. lops in the 8-year-old group with Beau: WierdostTim Adams, Funniest-Josh\ !
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pack meeting/( of a very successful with 358. PrettiestRichard Rasnick, Most
year for Pack 73 says Cubmaster Itockets UnusualRoger Padgett, Most These Cub Scouts Move On to Webelos With Honors
John Schmidt. In (he past t 8 months April: AuthenticEric Brown, Most These :S Cub Scout!!, from left Erie ;Nugrnl.; Chris.! The boys! arc* pictured\ between the candles of light:
179 advancement awards were earned Wer1 Soaring FuturisticScott Durban, Cub Durban, Chris Holloway. Chuck Tetstone. and Honor which !! 1II1M.ll/t' lie( moaning( the Arrow of Light I
by the Cubs. At the April Pack 73 meeting a SpecialDwain! Thompson, and Padgett, received the highest honor earned by Cubs, the award and the pendant which lists the Cub Seoul. from
30 of Ihe Cub Scouts are looking for rocket derby was held. The boys Judges ChoiceTodd flail Arrow of Light al Tuesday night's Pack 7:1: meeting. I'ack Ti: who have earned the awatil.


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Two petitions for reclassificationwere sive Commercial. Olin said he has;
approved by the Bradford: County been operating his business on Iliis:
t Zoning Board in a brief 20-minule! silo i for about 15cir.s.: being
Iv y w l t 'f:r session Tuesday night, May 25. "grundfalhiwd-in" before" it was 1.on,
D.M. Hale received a favorable od residentiuI.Building .
recommendation on rezoning 3.21:
acres, 'a-mile south of Starke on I the IVimits
east side of US-301, adjoining the Continue to SlumpThe )
drive-in theatre, from Open Rural lo zoning office, reported/ a continued
General Commercial.Hale I slump in building permits
said the change is sought for which started early 1 this: year.
purposes of operating a fruit Mand Only six new single! family dwellings
and gift shop on the property, with living \\ore.sta lrll'd in :May loVa I total of
quarters on the second floor. $Zr>4.f>(H), as! compared with seven
Mark Olin, of Olin's Mobile Home residential 1 permits! in April for
Sales, was given a favorable recommendation $2)8.HH:)
for I the rezoning of 11.2 Twenty-three mobile home permits
acres, i-inile west of Starke at I the were issued i : in 'Mifur a total of
junction .of SR-lOO and 100-A from $2.072, a slight increase in I this
Single Family Residential lo Inten category over Hie last! three' month,


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They Earned Top Grades at Southside Elementary... Orangewood Apartments
P.O. Box 146
These 40 students earned straiglit-A's at Southside Elementary School for Bradley, Chris Rodrigue, Jamie Redding, Jason Canova, Sheri Patterson,
the fifth six-weeks grading period which ended April 21. Amanda Loper, Jonathan Ferguson. Starke Florida 32091
They are ll-r): Third row- Becky Phillips, Madona Tyler, Jane Stanwix-llay, Kelly Ann
First row Maria Strickland Holly Hatcher, Julie Williams Michael Duncan. Sarah Looney Stephanie Agin. Janice Davie, Dana Dunlap,
McKinney, Jeremy Crawford, Tana Sarnt liana Dodd Jenny Richardson Yvonne Bono>> Kevin Boone, Julie Ferguson. 1,2, and 3 Bedroom Apartments featuring central heat and air; wall to wall
Maria Toth, Jana Thornton, Christi! Melton. Fourth row- Shana Schmitt Beth McKinney Misty Telkln. Kevin Krack, shag carpeting; drapes; stove and refrigerator..
Second rowMatthew Eunice Emory Prevail, Brad Neighbors, Steve Alisha Gruen, Melinda Powell, Brian Canova Holly Shields

For InformationApplicationContact

I Lawtey Water System Is 'Above Water' $$- WiseFor c/o:Tracy Orangewood. Box Bair,146 ManagerP.O. Apartments El"1

the first time since its installation Starke, Florida 32091 Homing
Rejected, at Mayor Rosier's sug- Chief frouse said the culvert Opportunity
five the water makes one day. The fire department
years ago system
gestion, too low all three
as bids
at Lawtey has shown a profit, CPA the city's 1977 Nova police car with on too big a hump for fire trucks to go answered 4 calls in March
over easily.
Pat Farnsworth told the city council
some 94,000 miles on it. James T.
April. Wainwright bid $1,110, Dave Shuford
Was told city finances are in good
A $9,472 profit for fiscal 1981
was $701, and Joe Harris $-100.
shape, Finance Chairman Robert
shown for the water system, com
pared to $11,391 loss the Scott said if the council keep coming
Agreed to in mind
keep Fire Chief with
propositions to
said CPA Farnsworth spend money it
year as he Bill Crouse's
request a smaller will have to come with
complimented the up a plans to
Lawtey commis-
culvert at the fire station driveway.The cover the
sioners and Clerk expense.
City Lucille Shufordfor
city no culverts less than 18
handled.the way the town's money was inches in diameter and burying such a Was told by Fire Chief Crouse that
size deeper would only waste the effort both the fire 'a"
The town spent less than it took in ,said truck and tanker had to _
and the audit report for 1981 gives the Bennett. be repaired, and that both were down

town the highest opinion possible, STARKE POWER EQUIPMENT
said Farnsworth of the firm of Monk, '
Davis & Farnsworth. FOOD 322 S. Walnut St.
"Over-all you and Mrs. Shuford dida 964-8568 Starke FL. .,
fine job. As I've said before, Lawtey SHOPPERS' I (Formerly Rosier's Small Engine Repair)
is very fortunate to have Mrs.
Shuford, as you-all can tell from the I Select Fresh '
audit report," Farnsworth stated. Beef Ground Camp's Come In and Get Acquainted with the
The council appreciates the com short Link

Marvin wholeheartedly ments Rosier.about Mrs.agrees Shuford, said Mayor, and Liver Lb.79cBeef 155Sausage.173 New Owners Joe & Jean Hula

Lb. I
As long as the operation of the
water system remains at a constant Thursday & Friday
level his Saturday
concern about a rate Increase
is not too great, said Farn- spiced Luncheon Meat. .u1.59
sworth, replying to Mayor Rosier's May 27 & 28
question about a recommendation May 29
from Farmers Home Administration, UENEHIC
which loaned the to install the
water system, to raise rates. Macaroni Cut Green Bathroom 7:30.5:30: 7:30
: 1:00
The city has met all ,of the requirements 4 Cheese 15% oz canBeans 4 PackTissue :
of the bond issue, and Dinner ,
since utilities are so much higher FREECOFFEE
since the water system has been in <
operation, the 10 percent utility tax 4/99C. 3/89C 69Cplus
r actually puts more revenue into the '
water system Clerk Shuford said she LEMONADE DONUTS '
f ;
: )

J either notified There the FmHA.are no plans now to raise SUGAR '. ,5 Lb. . 0 $1 .4 9 We. Specialize in Sales & Service of: tf f
utility lax
or water rates.
I. Snapper &, Yazoo Mowers
; Husky, Poulan and :
t In other April action, the council: Golden Blend 16 oz 8 pkPlus Lombard Chainsaws :: "
Tax & Dep. arid Weed Eater Trimm rsoll

J Gave permission for a represen- Dog 100 Lb. Cokes .
tative of the New York Life Insurance Service Center for: -'
}! Co., John C. Connor of Orange Park, Food 14DURCs-Flavors| 139 Briggs and
: to figure costs of a retirement policy StrattonKohler, Tecumseh and
f for city employees. Police Chief M.M Clinton Engines
1 Jordan invited Connor to present his Cold Budweiser
|16 8
oz pk
plan to the council.
6 pk 12 oz cans $ 6 9 Flu* tax dP- OFFERIMft
"Just for curiosity I'd like to see 2 $ 59
: what Rosier.it would cost," said Mayor Beer plus lax epsi 1 FREE Attachment

)i -DecidedClerkShuford would'write See Us For Your Frvezer Beef 1 0 % Off With Any New $ 100 Trade-in

Lawtey Correctional Institute about
f' what repairs the prison will have to Snapper Mower Credit
make to the old strawberry wharf, Waters Grocery on
t which the prison rents as warehouse 1 StockPI Until May 31
space. LWCI keeps the building up as Lawtey. Fla., 7 F Snapper Tiller
part of its lease provisions. Store Hours: .
Monday Friday
: Saturday 7:30.1:00: :

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A ecklil..eabI'eo Section CcrcteJrarcg Informative Items
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B That Affect Residents of Bradford! Union and Clay Counties t'j i.e9rUp f 11 MONITOR TIMES

Thursday May 27, IU82H



It's Fuqua Versus Skinner in Senate KematciiBradford

1/ a
Union Counties

Due New State SenatorIn .y WALTON WASHINGTON ILADSDEN= < ..rt q I* &:?*WN.M5

a Tallahassee news conference earlier this year as a possible con- LEON pUYAIll
Wednesday, State Senate Majority tender for Senate President. ) f JEffER ON
Leader Sherrill (Pete) Skinner Lake Skinner's chances were also
City Democrat, announced his can- LIeERTT WAKULLA TAYLOR WWANM EOIUMlIA
didacy to run for Congress in the new boosted when the final Congressional I
Second Congressional District, as approved redistricting plan cut populous 'MSMtx ,.,), FRANKLIN k E J 2
by the Legislature 'last Fri- Alachua County a Fuqua stronghold, *+ y .N GULF i. lr LAFAYEITE BMDF0110 !T JOHNS
day. from the 2nd District. Fuqua, who SKN. SKlNNKKf
maintains a home in Alachua, 'kQt\:; aLC
Skinner will be running against although a legal resident of Altha,had 7 >r DUTNAMI'
longtime District 2 incumbent Rep. hoped to retain at least the portion of
Don Fuqua, Democrat, of Altha in Alachua including the University of
Calhoun County Florida.
/ nuunwtr err nw. M ARIONtr
It is not the first time the two have however, r
been paired off. Skinner ran unsuccessfully eliminated The new all of Alachua and about I'' Jtxrtr r r l ruw.. ... tort. d t'Y{".1' < 4x', M YOLUIIA C 11
against Fuqua for the 2nd nine-tenths of Putnam from the 2nd. '
District seat in 1972. In that race Fu- added includes several -
New area CITRUS W
: qua was a run-away 4-to-l favorite in west Florida Counties including Gulf, iT
Bradford County, racking up 3,218 Holmes, Jackson, Washington, and urrr.. rw Y, t. {EMINOIE r Yt
votes to Skinner's 969 in the which might be a factor \b;
half of Bay; '> +
September 1972 first primary pleasing to Fuqua. 0.0, "fS1E Y YJ pt w HERNANDO ORAKOI AQi
balloting. OLD SECOND DISTRICT ) I ,
4'w t
Since that time,however,Skinnera Sen. Skinner will not have to resignto o \ + rASC roLK osccou .
newcomer to politics in 1972 has run against Fuqua, since resignation
been elected to the Florida House and from state office is not requiredto
later the Senate, where he is now the since all state senators must run for Supreme Court ruling, Skinner, who 5, which includes: Bradford and Union re-c-lection to the: Stale Senate in I
majority leader and was mentioned run for federal office. However, re-election this year due to a currently serves from Senate District Counties, cannot be a candidate for September

I II Alachua County Commission Urges Purchase of Santa Fe Swamp t

Alachua County Commissionershave
joined the growing list of official
boards, conservation, groups, and

wildlife purchase organizations of the 5,000-acre urging Santa state Fe STARKE US 301 HOT DOG & COLD DRINK

Swamp wetlands under program.The Florida's. endangered S7V7ER Across from Bradford Square Great Outdoor Cooking
3 9
Alachua board's action was Look for Tent

taken Tuesday, May 25, following a
slide presentation by Harold Hill,
president of the Santa Fe Lake
Dwellers Association, showing the
wetland in1 southeast Bradford and
northwest Alachua Counties and howit
is threatened by Georgia-Pacific
Corporation's proposal to mine the
swamp's peat deposit! to use as fuel at
its Palatka paper mill. REGISTER TO WIN A FREE GAS GRILL

Hill said that mining the swamp
would necessitate stripping the DISCOUNTS a_ ,
wetland of all trees and vegetation,as ;M1t' 1 1Patio Accessories I III
well as draining it in order to dry out \ I _" :'""'
name brand
the peat 'These operations would
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have adverse
an' effect on Santa Fe' \ i -
Lake, Santa Fe River, Suwannee NuII It- M KifehenUhrm ,
River,and other lakes and streams in
the area, Hill said. J Box of triangle cooking
o rocks for Charm
ff/arntoff / _
In addition to adopting the resolution
the Alachua Commission also seta 0 y 0 i. :, Grills nniOO f(
public hearing for no later than ) bPDilmustop
June 15 to hear Georgia-Pacific explain '''T
its proposed mining project. :
Other groups that have passed +
similar resolutions asking state purchase PK2100 >I GAS
of the swamp include: the 1 4V
Gainesville City Commission, Suwannee LP gas, 13"x 19" nickel plated I l TANKS
County Commission, Columbia cooking grate, 270 square inch i > I
County Commission, Bradford Coun- cooking area, 22,000 BTU HDuciie _
ty Commission, Florida Wildlife : shaped stainless steel burner
Federation, National Wildlife Federation for even heat distribution
the Florida Chapter of the Sierra a l COOKING. :
Club, the Bradford County Soil Con- CULS GRILLS '
servation Service, Bradford :
Bassmastcrs, and the Kingsley Lake Patio JLKitchen 2.88_ -
Property Owners Association. I. -.

The swamp was placed on the GRILL
state's list for possible purchase 10 OMEGA II-Xwithnicke.
years ago, but was given a low priority '
because there was no immediate Cookers plated cooking grate, Piezoelecric _; .
threat to destroying its wetlands at starter,up-front controls, 2: I
that time. $5800 stainless steel H-shaped burner 0>t, K,'''"e ,

with adjustable cooking '
FourDayFolk .pg 21 temperaturesFish ./ '10:888:

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Begins FridayIn e o' Over 25

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White Springs

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The 30th annual Florida 'Folk e1eSO'l __
Festival will open May 28 and continue -'
I through Memorial Day
(Monday, May 31)) at the Stephen UTILITY SHELVES
Foster Folk Culture Center in White

Springs. Jacuzzi re-Invents SOVEREIGN II Automatic igniters
The program begins at 10 a.m.each
day and finishes with a midnight con- Twin cast I iron bi-level cooking Warming racks ""
cert. Currently, between 65-75 performers grates, aluminum
from all over the state arc the gas grill.. body & hood, \
twin stainless Cooking grills
scheduled to perform. Hundreds I steel burners,

'Ticket prices are $5 per adult per 40.000 BTU push-button ignitor, Single burners
day and$1 for children.The center of. Off Grills -e e fact aluminum construction 30-minute timer, permanent range
fers an advanced special group rate rock briquettes, steel cart base Double burnersPatio
for ::10 or more persons arriving On Display thrOUghOUt (nO rUSt) rubber-tired wheel hardwood side
together; but you must act now. Prior helves bases
arrangements must be made by call- "Infinity I I Burner ''. with
ing 397-2192.The group rate will allow Porcelain grids
children to be admitted for 50 cents precise control
each, with chaperones (bus drivers, Utensil caddies _
and teachers) admitted free. Adults a Exclusive CharBrown
will pay only $2.50

Officials are hoping that the bit- Color' Open Saturday 9 to 5, Sunday 12 to 5, Monday 10 to 5
terness felt by many longtime per Glazed BUY QUALITY :I -
formers who were Initially not Invited porcelainized cast BUY SAWYER
back to this year's show, will not be --' :
evident 'when the event begins Fri- iron cooking grids -

day., 5" forrigidity SAWYERGAS
." square post .
: '
A full-blown row erupted when invitatIOns Jet Chef. : J ;
.. ; ,
were extended in early April ; ,,

and were many omitted.traditional Feeling artist's were names an exciting way to & APPLIANCESJgS :

somewhat following/ an ApT 26 enjoy Jacuzzi. I'.
meeting In Gainesville, and' -

show formers on the are center's guaranteed main at stage least per one T STARKE US 301 Across from Bradford Square Look for the.Tent ,



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ObituariesFreeman ..j
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; U. Hunter Funeral services will be held Starke over 37 years ago. She was of pastor. Rev.Donald E. Scheetz of of motels in SUrke and Gainesvill Elizabeth and three sons,Bert of SarI, I
. : today,
' the Catholic faith. ficiating. Burial will be in the family' Francisco Calif.; Byron of Atlanta,
., Butler Mr.Freeman, died Monday Hunter,71ofLake afternoon after Chapel Thursday of Archer May 27,Funeral at 3 p.m.Home in the of Survivors include her husband plot in Beulah Cemetery in Clay Coun- He is survived. by his waft Gfl.: and Charles.Orlando._ _
.. an apparent heart attack at his home. Lake Butler, with Rev. Morris E. Curtis O. Jones; her mother, Mrs. ty. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home is
He was born in Georgia, moving to Williams officiating.: Burial will be in Carrie R. Jacquillard of New in charge of arrangements.
Florida in his early life. He lived in Elzey Chapel Cemetery under the Orleans; five daughters, Teresa r ERA] Sets in Tally"Transportation I
:f Gainesville for years before moving direction of Archer Funeral Home of Gainey of Palm Valley Fla., Linda Gilbert S. Newcomb "Rally
to Lake Butler in 1979.He was retired Lake Butler. Padgett of Starke Sheryl Deese of Gilbert S. Newcomb formerly of
I from Division of Corrections and a Houma La., Debbie It Ginger Jones, Starke and Gainesville, died Thursday show their support by dressing in
member of the Primitive Baptist Anna Mae Jones both of Starke; two sons Dick Jonesof ,May 13,in Orlando where he had will be available for white.
Church. Palatka, and Robert Jones of resided since the first of the those persons interested in going to is being arrangedfor
Survivors Include his daughter Mrs. Anna Mae Jones age 55, who Starke; two sisters, Doris Richoux of Funeral services were held year.Saturday the June 6 Equal Rights Amendment Transportation in the Keystone Heights j
Mrs. Fay Opp of Gulf Hammock; two lived in Starke on Griffis Loop died in Metairie, La., and Kathrine Brison of followed by interment in Orlando. march and rally in Tallahassee. .and persons Starke area including facilitiesfor 1
I brothers, Arlie and Crawford Hunter the Alachua: General Hospital in New Orleans La.; and seven grand- Thousands of Florida citizens will the disabled at both the march and 1
both of Jasper; one sister, RuamiRussian Gainesville Monday evening follow- children. arrive at the Florida State to j
Mr. Newcomb Capitol rally sites.
was of the
ing a long illness Funeral services will be held today, manager
I of Ft.Pearce,Fla; six grand- hear speeches by national celebritiesand
children and Mrs. Jones was born in New Thursday May 20, at 10:30: a.m., Lithe Coca-Cola Bottling Co. in Starke for information call 473-4441
seven great- to sing their support for the ERA. For more
several and later
Orleans Sept. 9. 1928,.and moved to GraceBaltisLChurd\ e vears. was manager
\ eranchildrra. Supporters for the amendment will as soon as oossible.
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Obituaries .

nold Starke five daughters,
Dees of
Funeral mass for Mrs. Price was at ;
Ellen W. Price
Gerene Williams of .Jacksonville,
o t Mrs. Ellen W.Price 64,of Keystone Catholic 10 a.m. Friday Church, May with 21 in Rev.St. Williams Michael Doris Elixson and Charlotte Fouls Bob Eclmondson, 69, Pusses May 26
e Heights died in the Bradford Countyy Williams Interment both of Raiford, Debris Griffis of
officiating. was
Hospital Tuesday evening. in Keystone Heights Cemetery, with Sanderson, and Carolyn Swindell of
years ago from Wilmington, Del She Jones Funeral Home. Callahan, and Anthony and Eugene Memorial services for former Mr. Edmondson was I the first administrator Alaska! ; a sister, Madeline Smith of
e was a member of the St. Williams Finley both of Lake City; three hospital administrator R.E. (Bob) : of the Bradford County Tampa; 4 brothers: W.F. Edmondsonof :
Catholic Church. Geneva Dees FinleyMrs. brothers,Seeber Dees of Lake Butler, Edmondson, 69, of Starke arc set Friday Hospital: serving. from its> opening in Cocoa Beach, Richard D. of
Survivors include her husband Geneva Dees Finley, 58, of Henry Dees of Tampa, and James May 28,at 2 p.m. in the chapel of 1956 until 17. He was assistant I administrator Apopka, and Frank and Phillip, both
Robert W. Price Sr.; a daughter Raiford, died in the Bradford County Dees of ,Starke; two sisters, Pearlie DeWitt C. Jones in Starke.Mr. : of Alachua General of Tampa, and four grandchildren.
Nancy Hunt of Atlanta; a son, Robert Hospital Sunday morning. Croft of Lake Butler and Rita Gordonof Hospital: from 19:>1.55. a member of
W. Price, Jr. of Keystone Heights; Born in Union County March 11, Clearwater; and 25 grandchildren. Edmondson died early Wednesday the Riverside: Baptist Church Tampa Rev. Ben P. Bryant, pastor of the
two brothers Howard J. Windish and 1924, she was a lifetime resident Graveside funeral services were morning, May 26, in Alachua and the Rotary Club of Starke. First! Baptist Church of Slarke, will
William P. Windish, both of New Cas- there. Mrs. Finley was a member of held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 26, in General Hospital: in Gainesville of officiate at the memorial service.
t lie, Del.; two sisters, Margaret M. the Johnstown Baptist Church. Her Sapp Cemetery with Rev. Mike Nor- complications following alay! 5 Survivors include. his wife, Mary A. Cremation will follow.In .
Parisan and Ann M,Schicffer both of father was the late Henry M. Decs. man officiating. DeWitt C. Jones stroke. lie was manager of Slade Edmondsun: ; two sons: Hubert II. Ed- lieu of flowers, donations may bu
; Wilmington Del.; and one grand- Survivors include her husband: Funeral Home of Starke was in Transport Co. of Starke at the time of mondson of Houston! Texas, and made to the Gideon !Memorial Biblii
child. Albert Finley; her mother, Ida Ar 'charge of arrangements. his death. Richard E. Edinondson of Fairbanks: Plan. |

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: News Briefs '.

\: !\, Six Arrested in Three-County- Burglary- Ring _il.XHnnn Terwillegar n9 jQ2BQBBBEiBBHBHiDMDHBBB_ _M_ HiiMBBiHiiBH'D' Motors**M>**ifimTlBHlHBBmBBMBtrBBtffl|

Six Starke men have been arrestedon Wasson 38, was charged with After the burglaries were plannedin employee, Michael James Salmon, Lowest
burglary charges In a three burglary and grand theft. When arrested Starke, the men then went to the bought the stereo for $5, when the of- 0 Offers the
; county-wide burglary of vehicles and Wasson indicated Riley beaches area in the St. Johns and ficials entered the store a few minutes
mugging of individuals Leonard Griffis Joseph Thomas Duval Counties, burglarized the later the stereo was already upstairs
: On May 20 Si. Johns County Vivano and Terry Neal Roberts Sr., vehicles and returned the stolen property hidden in an ice chest. Salmon, 52, Used Car
Sheriffs Department arrested Barry all of Starke, were part of the to Starke, said Denton. was arrested and charged with deal-
1, C. Wasson In the beaches area of St. numerous auto robberies. ing in stolen property.
Augustine. Wasson was observed Wasson indicated a local Five of the vehicles where property
Griffis and Vivano, both 24, Florida
breaking into vehicle and leaving were businessman was receiving the stolen was stolen were Jacksonville Beach prices in
charged with to commitburglary
with stolen items during a stake out. conspiracy property. Acting on that informationthe Police Department vehicles. Additional ,
and in stolen
l The past few months: there have been dealing property Sheriffs Department sent an informant charges of burglary of these
Bond for the
numerous robberies from vehicles in two charges was set into the local business with vehicles were filed against Griffis,
i Duval and St Johns+ County beaches $6.000. stereo equipment valued at $150. The Roberts and Vivano. They were
f area according to Investigator Don Roberts was charged with armed informant told the employee it was released from Bradford County into
I f._ Denton. robbery, his bond was set at $3,000. stolen and offered to sell it. The Sheriff..'hn.. ......ttvfv W.1 "I_. ,u An, _.._._. '-_mv".1 1982 Ford Courier New!

\ In addition to the above charges 2.0 L Engine, 5 speed transmission, WSW$ 5 7 9 .
Roberts, Wasson, and John Edward tires AM radio,step bumper Retail $7104. **
McRae, 23, of Starke. have charged
\j with the armed robbery Donald R.
Thompson that took place on March
'J ? 20. Thompson suffered a cut finger 1982 Ford Escort
when his wallet was stolen from him,
: J 1 _________ according to Lt. Lane Sibley. 4 Door disc. brakes, 4 speed overdrive tape $5 5 C1 5
Wasson is charged with still an ad- stripes, 2 yr.24,000 miL warranty Retail $6066. W
ditional charge of robbery of James
last March 24 when
Larry Taylor
l Taylor was struck in the head with a 1982 F100 Pickup
bottle and his wallet was taken.

Taylor suffered deep cuts on his face 117'V.B..,300 six,3 speed,knit seat, AM radio, $619 5
from the incident, according to Cap-
._. tain Scottv Rhoden. cigar lighter,(Special Order Only) Retail $6995.

.- During a consent search of
Wasson's room numerous wallets, .
handbags found., beachbags and luggagewere 1981 Ford Escort 2 Dr.

V Additional arrests are expected in AM-FM stereo cass., air, glass, rally wheels.
the 25 to 50 burglaries in Duval and tape package, reclining bucket seats, 12,000 $C "fl Q K
St.Johns Counties, said Denton.All U SJ U
mile warranty Retail $7495.
of the arrested men gave an address
in the 200 block of N. Cherry: St.,
in Starke. The five drug arrests
made last week by the Starke Police 1981 Lynx Brand New!
Department were: in the same 200
block of N. Cherry St. 2 Dr., SS package? AM-FM stereo cass. "/ $6 8 9 5

L Vivano is on probation from the premium sound system,air, glass Retail$8995.
j yr, New York area, Roberts: and Wasson
t are on parole, and McRae was arrested -
: recently to Denton.on a drug warrant,according 1981 Ford Granada "GL"

he Bond was released on Salmon on was recognizance.Bond set at $2,000. 4 Dr., "Factory Demo" every option made! 12 $7 O Q C

on McRae was set: at$3,000,he month, 12,000 mile warranty Retail 11895. UJFlJ
remains in the Bradford County jail.

1981 Ford LTD 2 Dr.

I Mistrial Declared In Knight Murder CaseAt "Factory Demo" Cruise, power windows,

door locks overdrive "Best $
power auto Buy" 6 4 9 5
Retail $8895.
6 p.m. Tuesday after a day and a Judge Wayne Carlisle interviewed of force and awaits sentencing. The case was postponed.
half of attempting to select the jury a prospective jurors in his private first count against Hampton of sexual To be heard
mistrial was declared by Judge Carli- chambers: for a first degree murder battery will be dropped. Pierce in by Judge George
sle. Motions before the court included trial of an prison inmate. Kalph Edward Griffis changed his is the courtroom case against two inmate on Wednesday 1981 MercuryCapri "RS"
; no jury member was to be aware 200 prospective: jurors were called plea to guilty of trespass! while armed -
Knight was on death row for the Monday, May 24, for circuit court duty and was sentenced to three years probation possession Wayne of Strapp charged with 3 Dr. Hatchback, "Factory Demo", black on
murders of Miami millionaire Sydney in Bradford County. Only about 80 and a fine of $200. prisoner. The jury a weapon for by a state black, T-top, recaro bucket seats, 4 speed AM-
Gans and his wife, Lillian, in 1974. A showed up to make the prospective ,The defendant in the third case selected case was
Monday morning and FM stereo cass. w/amp & hi speakers, tilt,
jurors after had comp
newspaper carrying a small article many asked! to be ex- scheduled: was in the hospital so his dismissed
about the trial was in the courtroom cused. Once again the prisoners: who until Wednesday.JOHN cruise power locks, console, alum wheels $Q 3 9
where the prospective jurors were are fed by the prison, received: more 12,000 mile warranty Retail $10,800. CJ
waiting. Supposedly the prospective consideration than the jury or the
jurors had the opportunity to read the called witnesses which ware: requiredto BROWN'S HOME CENTER I
article which would be grounds for a stay in session until:10 p.m., with '
mistrialApproximately: -, .-. ; only quick breaks and,"P luntti.. ? 81 CJ-7 Jeep Renegade
10"jurors h@d .3" '**i Somc food-sure would 'h\tI: im1--: ;# \ 7'ii\ H-; SALEFleetwood ,----.. I ,
selected by*this timc--eaulting 'a,proved: my,attitude l6u/ard-.lUto/ ,<<' .:..133 .it.-JC n ";" :" <1' Hard' : & Soft top.sixiTcyl. / fs4.'s'peed;; ,' .? ..v any. q Gov.!
tant State Attorney Thomas Elwell to ccedings: ," said one prospective! power steering' and brakes, AMFl'radio: ,
ask the court to pole the prospective juror. Claremont 10x15 RWL tires w/white spoke wheels 26,000
jurors as to how many of them had During their day-long wait for jury
read the article. His request was duly, the prospective: jurors cleanedout $ miles $7795
denied by Judge Carlisle. all the snack machines in the 835 7 Retail $8495.
When the baliff asked for the courthouse. They also questioned:! Serial' tfo. 1654
newspapers in the courtroom, most of Sheriff Dolph Reddish and Clerk Gib
the prospective jurors said they did Brown about the lack of lunch and 1978 Toyota Celica "GT"I
not know what case they were even why they were kept wating so long. FleetwoodStoneridge I

talking about. The two elected county officials were. Liftback, 5 speed, air, glass, sunroof AM-FM $ i
The Knight trial has been rescheduled most embarrassed: about the treatment 1 44 9 5 i
on the June trial docket. of the prospective jurors, but I stereo, sports package Retail$4995. j i

Courtroom one: was to be the scone felt powerless to protest. '- : "
of I he case against death row inmate Seven of the prospective jurors 70x28 <( I
'Thomas Knight charged with murder.in went Flynn to about Elections Supervisor Neva Furnished Deluxe, Frost Free T"R'A'NS'P'OR'oTATI.'O"N' SPECIALS"As
having their
the first degree. Is names
Knight charged Refrigerator w/ice maker, dish-
the voter lists,
with blabbing to death correctional officer which names of prospective jurors from $ 0 0 washer, cedar siding, shingle Is Dealers Welcome"
Richard J. Burke
on October: 11, 3 4 3 6 4 .
1980 while at Florida State Prison. are drawn. Mrs. Flynn reported she roof garbage disposal, sliding rot d
talked four out of taking their names glass door, garden tub, fireplace rl
Some 80 persons were kept waiting off voter rolls, and three had their w/blower.
without lunch all day Monday as names removed.On : 1979 Ford Courier J;
the trial docket for May 24 were Doublewides from 44' to 70' '
Policeman Rescues five cases of which four cases! were to Retail $3895. $29 $
Kids From Fire be heard in courtroom number: two Singles from 44' to 70' "'
and a murder: trial was to be heard in
Overcome by SmokeCity presiding courtroom: one with Judge Carlisle! Man more to: choose from 1976 F250 Ford PickulAuto. I nil i

Policeman Willie said if
his house ever catches Scarcy fire again he week Three were of the cancelled cases scheduled Monday. for the JOHN BROWN'S HOME CENTERSR ., air. glass Retail $3495 $.9 Q Q '
will save the children but not fight the -Emanuel Hampton changed: his

fire.Sesrcy had to be taken to Bradford plea to guilty of sexual battery by use! 21 N. Keystone Heights 473-3775 or 473-4876 1975 F10CI 4x4

County Hospital when he collapsed .
from smoke inhalation after he 117" W.B. Retail $3295 $ O O Q C
rescued his children and put the fire
out in his house !May 12.
The kitchen fire started in the oven ,1 w' Beat The 1973 F600 hassis Cab
of the Searcy house on Calvary Streetin & JJ
Starke, doing extensive smoke
damage not only to Willie but to the Retail I $3995 $3195

house.Willie said he heard a "whoosh jJ O% SUIVlfVIHEAT ER 1973 Ford Thunderbird

then saw his daughter running out of ,.,--
the house. The oven had caught fire.
Willie's young grandchild and his ;::;= ;::: Clean Retail $2295 $ "1 "7 9 5
child were still in the house.
Willie went into the house for one
child. By the time he reentered the 4
burning home smoke was so dense he WlliH\\\ M Watch Our
had to crawl, but he got the second Inventory ,Growto
'child out safely ,.
Then. Willie got a garden hose and
,' put out the fire in the kitchen. Hedoesn't $2,000,000. for your"Special"
,'I remember firemen pulling With a
him from the house. Firemen said the New Car Truck
fire was out when they got there. or

FSP Inmate m -m.! > SelectionSee

Found Dead

Richard Florida JOb'ph'olaruoky.State Prison. 31 inmate, failedto Whirlpool Air Clyde, Warney or Byron TODAY!

respond to the wake-up call May 24. PRODUCTS
Correctional officers were unable to Conditioner i BRBBKBI H
wake Volansky when they served -
breakfast to M-wing, they contactedthe TerwillegarMotors
medical personnel who administered HAYES
cardio-pulmonary ELECTRIC and
resucitation without success, accor-
ding to Superintendent C. G.Slrlckland ,
t FSP staff physician pronounced ,
Volansky dead at 5:45: p.m.. his body 964-8744
was taken to Gainesville where an 355 N. Temple Ave. Inc.
autopsy was ordered. starke
Volansky was serving a 15-year For all your Air
sentence for robbery with a weapon Conditioning and N 206 W. Madison "
and possession of a sawed-off shotgun Heating ,
in Flagler County .J needs. 964-7200



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?News BriefFHP .S I,I

., cessive rate of speed. According to charged with armed robbery and auto fic violations including wilful and Ing no tag in an accident May 19. driven the passing Harice vehicle R a of rental Nashvillewas car I
by Page
Trooper Gibson southbound on CR-225 failed I
witnesses at the scene the motocycleflew theft following the 11:35: p.m. capturein wanton reckless driving.
'1 Assaulted With Knife through the air before it came to which gunfire was involved. Bond was set in excess of $150,900 to yield right of way to Jimmy Steve$900 Backus.according to Patrolman I I

rest. Hicks said he had been drinkingand Trooper Calvin Pace located the each. Reid and Bible are also wantedin Charles Bryant, 34, of Raiford who
? Ray Thomas Bell 21, of Starke was was traveling about 85 miles per possible stolen car and attempted to South Carolina for armed robberyand was traveling on CR-16. The two Otto Kettcrcr of Slarkr was cited I
i.arrested and charged with vehicles collided at the intersection. for improper backing when he backed '
aggravated hour when the accident occurred. stop the vehicle in Raiford city limits. auto theft.
;: assault with a deadly Hicks was treated at the Bradford When ordered from the vehicle the Miller and passengers Tami and Bryant was taken to Bradford into an uccupied vehicle at the Lil \

weapon after he drew a knife on County Hospital for an injuricd ankle. young men attempted to run down her infant daughter were taken to County Hospital. Champ Store May 22.

"Trooper William Abrams. Damage to Hicks' 1980 Suzuki was Trooper J. T. Hardee and fired shotsat Union General Hospital where they Damage to Gibson's 1973 Chevroletwas Damage to the parked vehicle a

Bell was involved in an accident 2 $1,800, damage to Christian's ,1978 assisting deputies. were treated and released. $700 damage to Bryant's 1973 1972 Plymouth owned by Gregory

miles" west of Starke at 4:40: p.m. May Mercury was $250. A chase in excess of 100 mph forc- Damage to the stolen vehicle was Plymouth was $1,500, according to Scott Davis of Hampton was $750.
',23 when his vehicle ran off the roadway ing several vehicles off the roadwaywas $800 damage to Miller's 1970 Trooper B. A. Williams. Damage to Kolterer's 1973 Pontiac

onto the shoulder and slid on the Man Arrested joined by Union County deputies.The Chevrolet was $300, damage to the Mark Edward Wolff 24, of stationwagon was $175 according to

wet grass and hit the ditch embank- Tries To Strike Deputy vehicle driven by Bible went out utility pole was $300.Accidents Hawthorne was cited for failure to Patrolman N. Jackson.

I'ment. Bell then attempted an assault of control ramming the rear of a yield the right of way in an accident LCI InmateRecaptured
upon the trooper with a 4 inch folding Leonard P. Bauknight 38, of Chevrolet stationwagon driven by May 21 on SR-230.

> lock blade knife. Jacksonville was arrested May 22 on Georgella Miller of Raiford. The In Area Ida Mae Shaw of Starke was travel-
& Bell was also charged with driving CR-125 three miles west of Lawteyand Wolff failedto
SR-230 when
Miller vehicle then struck ing cast on
powerpole Correctional
Lawtey inmate Mark
'while intoxicated charged with disorderly Intoxica- William Richard Sapp, 34, of Lake
according to the of causing Shawto
cutting off to several yield right way
power R. West 25, of Duval County was free
Trooper: Abrams. Butler was cited for careless driving
residences strike him according to
f Damage to the 1972 Pontiac driver was endangering the The Oldsmobile driven by Bible ran following an accident May 22 on Jackson. less than twenty-four hours last week
Bell safety of others and to CR-235 of Starke. The inmate was recaptured in the
by was approximately $150. attempted off west to Wolff's 1974 Honda
the roadway through the ditch Damage
strike the officer with his north when he Lawtey area the day after his escapeMay
fi* arresting Sapp was going ran toShaw's
struck shrubbery returned to the motorcycle was $900, damage
fist, according to Deputy John Demp- off the side of the road, overcorrected 19, according to Superindcntent
highway and after Miller 1973 Chevrolet was $250.A
Wrecks ramming
d Cyclist sey and crossed the roadway shoulder James Wainwright West had hurt his
came to rest with both suspects vehicle starting to pass two other leg and had a slight fracture of his
At High Speed Bauknight was released on a $50 skidded broadside and overturned on
cash bond. escaping into the woods. The pair the side of the road. vehicles on SR-16 struck the first vehi- ankle when he was captured. After

?. Paul Gregory Hicks. 17, of Starke was captured one hour later three treated and released at cle when it attempted to make a left bring treated at the Bradford County
was cited for driving while intox- Two ArrestedIn miles north of Lake Butler by Bradford Sapp was County Hospital. turn onto Old Lawtey Road May 23. Hospital West was returned to LCI.

;?,icatcd after he struck a vehicle May High Speed ChaseTwo bloodhounds from the DOC. Damage to Sapp's 1982 Plymouth Damage to Ulysses Jethro Dom- West is serving a sentence from

{26 and wrecked his motorcycle, according Bible and Reid were booked into the pickup was $1,800, according to mon's 1972 Ford was $700. Damage to Duval County on drug charges.Butcher .
South Carolina Union County jail charges with
aggravated -
\ to Lt. Eston Mo&her. youths were Wm. Abrams.
l' Byron Alexander Christian of captured May 21 following a high assault with a deadly Trooper

; Starke had waited for the traffic and speed chasewith speeds in excess of weapon leaving the scene of an accident Gregory Steven Gibson, 20, of

: made a left turn onto Washington St. 100 miles per hour. William Charles with injuries possession of a Starke was charged with driving I T h.

from US-301 when he was struck by Bible, 19, and Richard J. Reid, 18, of stolen motor vehicle attempting to while his license was suspended,

,, Hicks who was traveling at an ex Grcer. S. Carolina were arrested and allude police officers and several traf- failure to yield right of way and hav- Block

I I Hwy. 100 South across from Pinehurst

Sheriff Clarifies New Concealed Weapon Law Phone 964-5920

:, By way of clarification to those who be under the front seat where the Huge amounts of drugs seized by their childhood; studies of prison Lykes Latropicana Fully Cooked

have heard that, due to a law passedby driver could quickly retrieve it. law enforcement officials in recent populations indicate as many as 80 -

the 1982 Legislature, it is now legalto New Anti-Crime Bills years have resulted in storage problems 90 percent of the inmates have been
carry a "concealed weapon" in when all of the evidence has to abused as children; almost 65 percentof
\ your car or truck, Sheriff Dolph Reddish According to Reddish the 1982 be retained for trial. The 1982 the dependent children admitted to HAMSliced 24

suggests a review of just what Legislature passed several additional state hospitals in 1978 had histories of to Order LS
the firearms owner can or cannot do bills having to do with law enforcement Legislature has now provided a abuse and neglect the Legislaturehas
;under the new regulations. means to deal with this problem. As determined that the prevention of Sliced Yellow or WhiteAmerican

Until House Bill 1173 was passed The "Highly Intensity Crme outlined in newly created Florida child abuse and neglect will be a EE":!
and signed into law by Governor Bob Prevention Act" was created Statute 893-105 seizing agencies now priority of the state. The Departmentof

Graham, it was illegal to carry a con- because in the words of the have the authority to weigh and sam Health and Rehabilitative Serviceshas TORCHEE' SE

ealed eapon in the passenger section legislature, "it has become vital thata ple the substance and, after proper been directed to develop a state

of a vehicle, unless you had a permit comprehensive, coordinated crime documentation, destroy the bulk of it, plan to further this end and the plan is .. I

to do so, the Sheriff says. prevention and control program be upon obtaining a court order. to be submitted no later than January
developed and implemented." The 1 1983
"Under the new law:if you feel you program is intended to coordinate The newly established Florida I
must carry a gun for self defense, you citizen education and the criminal Crime Prevention Training Institute Church Damage Now Felony

may now do so, but it must be secure- justice system. Broward Dade and was created within the Department of
ly encased or otherwise not Finally, the U.S. Constitution
readily Legal Affairs and will be a com-
accessible for immediate use," Reddish Palm Beach Counties have been prehensive program of the latest guarantees an individual the right to Tender Mix 20 oz. Loaf
designated as pilot counties to test the
explains. crime prevention techniques made worship wherever he chores and now
program with subsequent evaluation available to law enforcement officers an act related to Section 806.13
"Securely encased" is now defined determining if the program should be and other interested The In- Florida Statutes curtails the freedomof BREAD 2tor89CMeats

", in Florida Statute 790.001 to mean the adopted in other areas. stitute is being run by persons.the Help Stop those who damage places of wor- . . . . . .
weapon is inside a glove compart- ship. As of March 15, 1982.when it I
The four unit approach will includea Crime office and three training sessions was
,', ment, whether or not locked; inside a Citizzen Crime Prevention Strike are being planned for the com- signed into law, any person who Cut to Order' U.S.D.A. Food StampsIf
closed box or a container which has
Force which will focus on a residential ing year with hopes of expanding it "willfully and maliciously defaces Preferred Welcomed
Mo be
accessible for
opened. "Readily
burglary crme prevention program when additional funding is available. injures or damages by any means any
,immediate use" means the weapon ; a Crime Stopper AnonymousUnit Information about the Institute is church synagogue mosque or other
would be carried in such a way that it which will assist law enforce- available through the Sheriff's Office. place worship" will now be guilty of Open 8 am til 6 pm Monday thru Saturday

could be quickly retrieved as if on the ment officials in detection and resou- a felony of the third degree I Thursday and Friday ill 8 pm

person. In other words, the concealed lion of certain specfici crimes; the Child Abuse ProgramThis punishable by imprisonment not ex- Closed Sunda for Church

weapon cannot be "readily accessible i- Tactical Anti-Robbery Unit to provide ceeding five years and a fine not exceeding -
It must be "securely encased." year the legislature showed an1
surveillance of high crime areas and $5,000 so long as that damage
In no case may the weapon be carried assist in the apprehension of increased concern with a growing exceeds $200.

on the person without a permit. criminals; and the Private Sector In- problem in the state-child abuse and

_.. neglect. Senators and representatives
ti Stigf ft'H'edilish( :said examples 'oft..egal volvement Unit-which will carry out 'found there had been a 192 percent in i

ways to carry concealed an educational program with govern- tithe number of children involved i J Ji j i .
ill '
; mcnt'officials !
".weapons would be to have a revolverin agencies, criminal school and districts juvenile4justice / ';i,*abuse and neglect cases during 1980''. BIG BLACK & DECKER
the glove compartment or a rifle in After learning: 70 percent or more of
.'a gun case in the back seat. Illegal private businesses and professional all sex offenders have been victims

storage of a concealed, weapon would associations. themselves of a sexual trauma during POWER TOOL

I Counselor finds Keystone'Best of Both Worlds'By SPECIALSBlacks Decker. I

Linda Wharton making appointments by dialing the Andrea's background has involved Black Gi Decker. Black Si Decker.

: Monitor Staff Writer Operator and asking for WX-9460. working with young children in day 7392
t Andrea Coe is the mother of three They will then arrange an appoint- care centers, through the public 7390 73087.1/4"SAW A .., 2 HP(Max. motor output)

children and works as the Child ment with the counselor in the school system in Alachua County as a 7.114"SAW UTILITY BAll BEARING B.

Guidance Counselor here in Keystoneone Keystone Clinic which is located in St. guidance counselor of elementary age DIolnfl'ZW'" For general pur pot*U... CONSTRUCTION. \

day a week. Anne's Episcopal Parish House on children, and through Putnam Countyas Added leslures for versellllty. n'7"f'Iooapa/Stad1111: 7.1/4" SAWNrappnd r
She also holds Master's in Wednesday.After a generalized counselor. shoe for added support' Accept h111 M1Cl"'
a Degree
11 HPCm.( motoroulpull Sturrjy steel oo'I0 9O1 np lenct Power>ock off I
Counseling from the University of During her association here in wraparound sAoe lor added support Double WIISpuadl.Q.'.$I accidental. ". Added lolunaawrul/llry./ _
an evaluation appointment is Sawduil ...,. .... IMP( motor tor .
'Insulated Bevel end depln adjustmentsquickly election keep .11 away ma* oulputi the tc-ugneil lob
Florida and finds her part-time work made Coe then assesses the problemand Keystone, Coe said she has been real .easily made Two handles, for sur.. from culling/line,lot better visibility,' Two Lilt 3B99 Metal upper end lower bieae, guards Sturdy _
impressed with the control Power' oft handle surfaces lor steel,wraparound shoe for added 1,5, .7 ea
here in Keystone "The best of both area and its peo steady lock Oullon guards positive ".5y,5lpl Support
makes an offer to the parents against a01e51S.I/n. Accepts optional Doul>'.insulated, 8..)and depthediustmenls Sale Bevel'end depth adjustments quickly. easilymede
!worlds. regarding treatment. ple."I 73-501 np fence Sawdust election chute quiclily, t*. This clinic and two other Child find the people here friendly and two..rwnlaMylfanpltl/91M.w' $3 3 9 5 steady control Ball, bearing oonllwlo.511NIa0lllp Sale
l combination blade motor"longer life Sawdust eieclton, ute C A
Clinics in This facility is a nonprofit, private genuinely nice. Of real calibre c
Guidance Clay County are high a10..... keeps sawdust away Irom culling line for $76
satellites of the Duval County Child corporation which is partially funded quality." List 0111 twtler visibility Accepltopttonl"pferve

Guidance Clinic and are provided by state and other institutions like

with qualified counselors. These United Way, says Coe. Sale Black Decker. Black s Decker.

.clinics' provide services to residents She explained, that clients are FLORIDA $49gg 7604
sin and around Green Cove Springs, 0 / 7393
charged for treatment by a sliding 3/4 HP ROUTER
't Orange Park and Keystone Heights.
scale according to income. The state Black Decker. VJ1C1tRl1 J"
*.>3 '.This''job enables me to maintain pays for treatment for those persons & 1 Added Feature*for veriellllty.excellent WADE td

"my credibility plus be home with 964.5451 t aunt,leuefi with 11/."eemWnsllen. Made.
my unable to pay anything. She also ex- aloe value in"V4 HI Howler Large ..
....,. "'HP', .. 15oo.Gpu" Sail and roller
(Children most of the time Andrea plained that insurance does take care ELECTRIC STAPLER Ij f p5Iw0Ontr0 htndlet Vertlcei, bearings Snort shoe for maneuver.
.: said of the onc-day-a-weck job in herjy of some of the cost of treatment. SHOWTIMES: NEW Ifi"\ dluatmenli CO'-.tlon..II.'Q1 celllxted, 'In 14' NonmerrlrtQbeee Miniy' toil_........."greater...>bis>neoidworking uv* "
conditions Ole insulated
chosen profession.The Y1DrlLtrl" \JI; 0)0 continuous_..l.o.rl4Char, Plat lop' specilwaliy. for builders Wraparound Designed sleet. .snoe
"Mental Health facilities are makee Mil supporting' laws bitchanging
clinic here provides and/or direct ser- by the law and files or information Friday 7:10-8:45 Added fe>aturt for versatility.OnvesS keep.'working e cord erea Directed eleer eir. aaheust a gives>'... Two added...Support..,.Surfaces I.ar15"tamp.ln.lor positive, steady. .. Sale
vice to the permenentry
\ parents staple sues.. 1/.'.11'a .3/B ,1/2" control, Convenient toctimg knoo for Quick If O C 0 0
and the children by either Therapy on or about a client or patient are Saturday & Sunday anew,. UII U" oonow1..5npt easy..,.......... Accepts opHOnel rip fence O%J
with the child; 2)Parental) or guar- considered as privileged and con- Use"upnotsiery and furniture, .._, : 11014/13 '1.mp''V
dian counseling; 3)Entire family fidential information" Coe said. "A 5:00: 6:00: 8:00: 9:30 MistaNmg noetmg)insulat-on tor mtulelion ceding ins'Alhngplulc Sale
repair orbuihftng
Sale Black Decker
release ........
specific signed by the client tacking erl -
4)Consultation and canwe*orfabrtc $ gg
counseling; ) (..... ........ 21
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for hood and $ 9 I
;education through other agencies me to speak to a specific person WALT Circuitry .. .... 3 9' 7397 ,
such as schools, day care centers, would be necessary. It is not only a .A000CT10Na'DISNEY' Burlt.in'a.ma..u mauSthft0o er.d.E 1.\\ M/4'1 VERTICALLY ..,
probation officers. law, but the ethics of this profession." ....y portion beck end Three loedmg conductor permit l IO"(ceding cord from I
Not only helping those through Dominianni 1 9 Q

counseling with their problems Coe ElectedVP TOADf .

also has a big interest in working of Florida Elks S"HP''.... mow output 0O.0)/Y11501" I
under normal conditions in a preven- Black Decker. BlackaDecker Belt beer George Dominianni of Keystone moil demnding need*of bwiid*'.and
tative mental health and educationalrole. H0ODr
Heights was elected and installed as 7404 0)p 7580 .51afronrcrpwlr.5.yYmwlon Ttlemhetpt Cutting.line eieen Oeriieretrecling Sale
Vice President at Large of the Florida FINISHING SANDER VARIABLE SPEED ''eve*to heep lends....,...
She discussed the possibility of State Elks ..' JIG SAW blade' Double mtuiatedtor Full...-....dNJ 119'
Association at their dISS.A0).wO4m.unor.COMcr/al UTILITY
perhaps getting a group of young con- ouca...'..'a.n..0m. Y '- added tupport *ccept.opliona Ui9t9
1 vention held in Daytona Beach May for tfener*!purpoe UM. Q.f.l1I-'Jl.lT "p Nn<-
mothers together for parenting
lot Good A4MdlNlunp t5 r5aallllty.
Designed generalpureoee tending
discussion groups.She also expressedthe 20-23.( for f...Iwwefctng wood metel. pleelic. Black DeckerComOMMIOil -
IIMPfmaM mote output) Mio controlwtteft
willingness to provide programs Dominianni has served as a past 301 DRIVE-IN LM'..'0000......per_.._. on twndto.M.vow choow tw.WMtfta _
Exhalted Ruler of Starke Lodge No. 50OIMr.UWIUI ====. suit tho loft afHlmMcrttf CtftfMvd ttltMfA 7504 UoI1711 sale
various civic in the I ,
,. for organizations 15I4.5I M. 008.w15aa1'1p5,0) ar/Ia iftS 'II
1802 for two years and as Secretary Fri. thru Mon. Rend control .hren eende on:9 stdee.Oeublelnsuleted t7r OOOd oftotco ta MfcpurpoM ISM JIGSAW
for three "rent.ande to*.mtrcontrol pock]tutting otlcrcontrot DouBtoln $159
"I can do anything as long as it has years. Inaddition, he has howr1.3S1'.5"110, .ul....il faNa rlNlmprYrrrnMMranrd umnv _
also been For aevtev eorpose U
something to do with the child and District Chairman, State r10.D t.0rap.C.n..nl.ne. HwlwMUltM '
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Chairman N.E. M.ISgIrWGrc100rp 0)rr9N10..050 pONOUII'h
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family said Coe of her counseling. UoI( t7 is woed.metal pteetict end etrte meterieieTttis
dent and District Deputy Grand Ex Sale versatile I15V.aSS 005505.05010010
job. $24" IMIIttUTILITY ...aiound in nome and
in tKe
Many of her clients come to her halted Ruler. He currently serves as '31 SO r ....,..... Accepts optwatu worftsrtopDoube ?***
North District director of the Harry npfencoentfotffCie guide ,Includes wood
referral either
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schools, ministers or by word of ,Anna Hospital for Crippled Children, Black Decker. Blacks ;;
which is Decker.. Black .
mouth. totally supported by the 7127 Decker** II I

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. UCI Flower Show Said "Best Ever"It I : r

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said T>' Jin'dan, one of I the (..ourdinatois r "tl'.;.
in charge!!. I the 22ud annual Real 'Ar
Union CurrtcliunaI. t I Inslitulion Flower Sonny 6 ,lbt '
Show. this! p.lslIa: >' 20-22, I Y .i;w.VJB

Appioximatil. 2.400 visilois. m- -L US 301 964-8840
clu nag( mire than 200) patients from
the :'Ii.E, Florida State Hospital, attended & S xl
I tin tin et*.cla>'affair with oathirioiving I Friday Saturday A.
/ a small souvomor plant.
Successful all round The band J r!
was well iocoi\odand we plan to continue -
( I to have I thorn in I ho future."Jordan -
said. "I would like to express! mappiouatum >'
to l'\'l'rb"d who tontributed I 8
to make this a success! including -
those poisons who donated tithe SON'1 SaladBar
I fund for the now buildmtf" Creek Ranch

This was the final I year the show
will IH hosted in I ho old t'l11pluI'1' S. Starke9646973 ?
club building. The structure, built in
Lawn & Garden Needs
t'HJ! is bo>ond renovation und the i
show will be motod to a y l'I-lo..bC'constructed -
site near I the pistol range
next year Visitors! lu the shows I I k
donated $;11 toward the cost of that ANY PLATE 'I'M.4 \ '.
construction I I Vigor Brace Vim ;

Diabetes Screen (Eat-In Only Please) Wheat Germ Oil .i. .

Set FOr June 3. No Take out Order with FEED :t

There will bo a free diabetes, Challenge '14 Pellets I "
pulmonary function and blood !
screen '
pressure letting at the Community.. | we Also Have SEED : :1 .
Stale Bank of Slarko Juno 3. Bermuda '1 '
The event Is sponsored as a community Bahai Etc. : '::1: .

Hospital and service ho Slarkc by the Rotary Bradford Club.! Every Wednesday & Sunday B f3-Q Chicken .Al You an at 3.95'' Senior Citizen Discount. on. Cat or Dog Food 4 "




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I TIP Recognizes Four KHS Students

Four Keystone Heights Junior High for older students as being the best 7th graders in the TIP talent search,
Muticnts! were recognized for the high measure of high reasoning: ability in Mrs. Owens:: pointed out. They also
fccores they received when par- very bright students receive interpretaion of their scores,
IKripatintS In the Talent Identification suggestions for using their abilities
When TIP conducted its second
: (TIP). and for further
(ogram more effectively appropriate -
talent search in 16 southeasternstates I 1 ,' fit'' Na
cognitive testing.
j Commended for their !performance (eight students at the KH school
Lore seventh grade students Mark were found to be eligible to participate Each receive a "Certificate of Par
icasley, Brian llolcombc, Monica I based on !performances on ticipation" and higher scoring
Jelly and Brett Zwlck. local standardized lest t data. sudents receive invitations to awards

The TIP at Duke University in These four students went on to par- ceremonies at state levels. Or they
Durham, N.C. is a non-profit educaional ticipate by taking the college entrance might be invited to a Grand AwardsCeremoncy whereprizes
| organization which seeks to test, the Scholastic AptitudeTest at Duke University
nlify 7th grade students who havee (SAT), at the University of are given out. 0
ability to reason extremely well Florida on January 23. Results of
The primary goal of the TIP
these tests were just received
nalhemallcally verbally, and recently is the development of their
enerally, explained KH Counselor by Counselor Owens at the KHschool. gram
talent through academic acceleration v
Owens. I .
Marsha enrichment and through I summer #
i The model for identification, These students receive a realistic residential programs for the
developed at Johns Hopkins Univcrsi- appraisal of I heir math and verbal very able participants. J f!
by Professor Julian Stanley, reasoning abilities and English composition -
gards standardized tests designed abilities relative to the able .14 'I

I Seventh grade students participating in the Talent Identifications Program are l-r) Itret ii, -ut-

Zwick, Monica Kelly and Mark Heasley. Not shown is Brian lIolcombe.Ltts --- --

Heilbronn Area Earns Lower Insurance RateThe I

Leaves The Big City For StarkeBy
Chief Henry Thornton.The resistive (ovpes| of toiiMrucliim
Hcilbronn Springs area now
Residential proMTly| insured under
Class instead of class new rating will result in lower
has a 9 rating
insurance premiums for many insured homoowners! l type policies! will have a
Tony Burke 10, on residential insurance !,l'opI'rlit'sllhil1 a Ihree-stile rate decrease of approximately Hipercent
BCT Staff Writer! premiums. The lower rating will radIUs of the Hcilbronn fire !station if wood frame 'conoII'Ul''linn.md .
It's a completely different world.., < II) pcixi'iit if masonry Apprnxinialr
.' mean substantial savings on policies Brown said. II will affect rules: incurious
;'s so much better here than Ft. ISO advisory 0111 I ho premium reductions! fin-
issued by companies using degrees! depending useof !
uderdale ever thought of being. rates building.; type l df const! ruUion.liu.ards residential I prnport under dwelling
These words are spoken by Marty !: of octupnncy and oilier lype policies! will he :2H! \perieni for
oil, a real honel>t-to-gosh Florida ., ., Robert W. Brown, field rating rating factors wood and Hi percent fur masonry
.alive, who, after 13 years in Ft. \ representative with the Florida Insurance Fire Chief Thornton advises all
uderdale, packed it In and moved .. :"., Office in Jacksonville, I said commercial structuresthe new policy holders, ( in I the lleilhrnmi, Springs
Starke. the improved rating resulted from an rate will mean approximately 7 percent area lo heck with their insura
Marty, who owns and. recently evaluation based on protection savings; for wood frame, IK e company lo see if I ihe.N arc
ned Douglas Battery of Starke on I facilities reported by Ileilbronn Fire masonry, nun-<.'ol11 huMihlo.I and fire gelling! benefit of.'Hie lower rales
Temple, worked for 13 years at
lorida Battery in Lauderdale. Heigan

work there building the bat- Issues$12 Million for Low Income HousingThe :1
Tics, eventually moving into salesd Clay :
management.Gotts .
tells a story that by now is 'Va. ill Housing Finance Authority of :Mortgage Co.. Duval Federal Savingsand The maximum qualifying sales i i
'pical. lIe first noticed this area durg Clay County announces the sale of : Loan Assoc.. Engel Mortgage price for new homes I is! $:;!I..;8O and for :
periodic visits to relatives here. $12.85 million bond issue to provide :-:o.. Florida Title and Mortgage; existing! 1 homes I is! S-45.1HO.: The buyer
ring of the "Big City! and thinking ;single family home mortgages to Stockton: Whalll')', Gavin and ('0, and must: occupy the home within till l> days I
bout the quality of life where he qualified low, middle and moderate( Tucker {Brothers.The of purchase1. Duplexes! and Iriploxrs
ould be raising his two children, he income families of Clay and St. Johns: be and quadraplcxcs must he al least 1
ided to move to Starke, which he ., Yuv Counties at an annual interest rate of remaining $4 million will used : five "ears: old and they buy'I' must' intend
in St. JohnsCounty
'scribes I as "small, but not too 13.6 pt'rcenConv'nlional\ and VA to provide mortgages I lo occupy one unit in order ,to
all, and friendly. Kind of like Ft. s.i Guaranteed 30 year fixed rate mortgages qualify! Sales prices! for t these
uderdale was 30 years ago when it will be available at the, 13,6rail' To qualify for a mortgagethruuglttlit' ; multifamily units! may .rangefrom
as distinctly separate from Miami." with a maximum of !six points being I Housing! Jo"inancI'ul ho.'i. $.").H72) lo $;\.Iilll) depending mi av.'
"It's going to be the next New York charged to the buyer or seller.A ty Program the huger may not have Loans for !substantial re-hahililaiionul
'City down there," Colts predicted. "I owned a home that was! his principle homes: which arc at least 1 :20! years old(
got to the point where I didn't bother total $8,717.368 will be availablefor residence for I the past three >ears and are also available through this pro.
:Jo''read a newspaper or watch TV use: in Clay: County through the his: annual income cannot exceed gram.
news because it was all bad... the kill- following area lending! institutions SI3INi9: : !) for a family of three with an Additional information. mus he Ill)
ings. I though about raising my kids Barnett Bank of Jacksonville additional $1.200:!( ) allowed. for each taine'd from any of I the partic; ip.lending 11111
here. When I moved, I left relatives, Charter Mortgage Co., Chase Home family member un'I'1 three institutions 1
but I told them to bring the flag, that
t they'd eventually move out too." /
The Gotls family consists of wife I
Sally, and two daughters, four-year-
I ; old Jamie and 14-month-old Cri!>lie. GracCuation Day.TV With this Ad All
Douglas battery carries a full line i .
of batteries for everything from small L4o / Graduation Students
motorcycles and lawnmowers to M1 .
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If t semi-tractor trailers, boats and farm, < r .. ,IP
I ,equipment, tin addition, he installs flat better 1 FREE Gift
>' batteries, checks the charging system .
; sells alternators. ; ,'" "'- ,
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III. Friday a.m. noon j a7ICoveyou
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Hospital stay necessary No Abortions performed. !
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, I I, KH Has Airport Authoritty, But must inure Enforcement Person ll

has to Keystone- Heights have authority to Starke and Keystone Heights lies in and counties which are included in or resolution, as may be appropriate that Bradford County has aujftority y I I
Keystone rules and Heights ordinances authority enforce ordinances under Chapter both Clay and Bradford Counties but the definition of a 'municipalitiy' by penalties for the violation of bale enforce state or county laws in tht.l
adopt but must governingits appoint 332.08 states the opinion. the largest part is in Bradford County. Section332,OUI< ), F.S. substantlan rules regulations and ordinances, portion of the airport that ligp insie,
airport property to enforce the rules Keystone Heights has retained the The jurisdicitional question arose traterritorial powers to establish and and enforce said penalties prescribedby Bradford County says the ttorn1,
states airport a guards 11 opinion from the office Clay County Sheriff's Department as when it appeared there might be a operate airports," said Terry citing a other rules, regulations and or- general's opinion may have onfuse.,!
of May General Jim Smith in its law enforcement agency and has chance that one county or the other 1956 Panama City case. Nuances of the munlclpallUy are en the issue more than clarified t. I
I: Tallahassee.Attorney no police chief now. might receive funds from the sale of "Chapter 332.08(2)a( ) ) expressly forced." The two sheriff's departments hav,j.
Hardy said this week that arrests confiscated equipment from illegal provides that a municipality which "...However I must add that it is excellent working relationships botJ'
'.' Sheriff Colph Reddish says Bradford made by officers representing drug operations. A Clay deputy has established airports is authorizedto not the Police Chief of Keystone Sheriff Reddish and Hardy point oui I
L, County still has authority to enforce Keystone Heights may be Illegal, and sheriff confiscated a load of marijuana adopt and amend all needful rules Heights per se, that has the authorityto so it is doubtful that any quesgon wi(
I". county and state laws inside therefore, null and void. dumped at the airport which regulations and ordinances for the go into Bradford County to enforce arise over an arrest. Division of anI
\ that section of the airport which lines But Hardy also said it is a possibility was turned over to Bradford County, management government and use of ordinances adopted pursuant to confiscated property will be jflecide((]
in Bradford County just as the county that Keystone Heights can appointthe for instance.In any properties under its control (Chapter) 33208(2)a( )( ). Rather, it is by a judge it was decided, in aij\,
i has authority to enforce county and Clay Sheriff's Office or the Brad- her opinion assistant attorney whether within or without the territorial the 'airport guards or police' duly appointed earlier meeting of officials; fron.
I state laws In Starke Lawtey, Hampton ford County Sheriff's Department as general Terry states: limits of the municipality; to under the statute that have Bradford and Clay counties am;]
or Brooker. The opinion changes its airport guards. "Chapter 322 the Airport Law of appoint airport guards or police. with that authority. Keystone Heights.
nothing in the way the Bradford The 2,600-acre KH airport between 1945,' expressly grants municipaltieis full police powers; to fix by ordinance Hardy, who steadfastly maintains I II

sheriff s office operates inside the KH
\ airport Reddish says. I J

., Keystone Heights has authority to Nine '.
Dav ADulications Available Hunters I
make and enforce its own laws inside to
the Reddish -- -- - -- ---- --
airport. says. e/ .L.L
Bradford County attorney Dudley

: Hardy requested an office opinion two from the The 1982-83 regular nine-day and "Hunters who would like to hunt quotas Is for the Ocala Wildlift areas are Avon Park Camp Blan- requirements who would like to be in .
attorney general's on -
: qu'stions special quota hunt applications will such high demand areas as Citrus Management Area. As part of the increased ding Aucilld Apalachcc St. Regis. cluded in the antlerless deer drawing I ;
be available to hunters on or before Camp Blandmg, Joe Budd Bull management program foi Bull Creek, Three Lakes, Citrus Salt for an area must !submit a quota ap-- I
Does the City of Keystone Heights, June 1, according to the Florida Creek Three Lakes AuciUa and he Ocala area the quota has beer Springs and Joe Budd. plication( before the quota for that
located in Clay County have authority Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis- Tosohatchec are encouraged to applj Jivided between the still hunt area All quota hunt applicants who apply area has been filled. |
under Chapter 332.08 of the Florida sion. at the earliest possible date as th' ind the dog hunt area," White said. for and receive a regular nine-day or White said pursuant to a recent ,
Statutes to adopt rules regulations, "Regular nine-day applicaltions quotas for these areas are usually fill, He explained a quota permit would special quota hutn permit durng the Commission decision all regualr nine-
and ordinances over the Keystone will be available from county tax col ediTh the first two or three days of ac be required for the entire season on time period June 2 to August 6, for an day and special quota hunt permits
Airport property, which lies in Brad- lectors and their sub-agents. Special cepting,applications," White said. the dog hunt area. To allow the max area for which antlerle&s deer permits and antlerless deer permits may be f
ford County? hunt apphcaltions are available now Hunters who hunt the Ljkcs imum number of dog hunters use of arc available and have indicated transferred from one hunter to ;
from the Commission's Tallahasseeand Brothers Inc., Nassau, Citrus and their disignated area the quota for the in the space provided in the applica- another this year. To transfer a per
Yes said the opinion prepared by regional offices," said Eddie Ocala wildlife management areas dog hunt area has been divided into tion they would like (to harvest mit from one hunter to another1 an Individual
Anne Curtis Terry, as assistant at- White, quota hunt office director. will notice a change in the quotas for- two time periods. antlerless deer will be eligible to simply exchanges possession
torney general. The Division of Wildlife's quota these areas on the regular nine-da) Those time periods are November receive an antlerloss door permit for of the permit. A regular mncday or
hunt office will begin accepting applications. 13 through December 11 and (that area. Antlerless! deer permitswill special quota hunt permit ''or anantlerless
Docs the police chief of Keystone regular nine-day and special quota The quota for Lykes Brothers Inc December 12 through January 9. be issued! based on a random deer permit. is valid for
Heights have authority to come into hunt applications postmarked no Wildlife Management Area has been Issued for eachtime period will be drawing from those applications. whomever has possession. Quota permits
Bradford County to enforce or-. earlier than June 2. Hunting licenses divided between the Fishealing Creek 3,700 quota permits. Hunters ac reminded that this year and antlerless deer permits
dinances which may have been passed and wildlife management area Unit and the Rainey Slough Unit. The White said that for the special hunt children under the age of 15 as well as although transferable may be used
under Chapter 332.08 (2)a) )? stamps for the season will go on sale quota for the Nassau Wildlife application the only significant resident hutncrs aged 65 and older by only one hunter at a time.
June 1 at the offices of the is the addition of the and resident hunters and result of
No the opinion states Duly appointed beginning Management Area has been divided change Tosohat- totally permanently As a making quota
airport guards or airport- county tax collectors and their sub- between the dog hunt area and the chee State Environmental Reserve disabled are exempt from perlmits and antlefless deer permits

police not the police chief of agents. still hunt area. The nine-day quota for hunts. all quota hunt permit requirements Iransferrable no duplicate permits
White reminded hutners that they the Citrus archery hunt has been Concerning antlerless deer per- except on the Avon Park Wildlife will be issued Lost stolen or
msut have a wildlife managementarea divided into one four-day period and mits they will be available for 10 Management Area, and the Tosohat- destroyed permits or antlerless deer
Inmate Strapp stamp to apply for special or one five-day period. wildlife management areas during chee Stale Environmental Reserve.! permits may not be replaced
Receives Five Years regular quota hunt permits. "The most significant/ change i'i this season. Those! management Those hunlers exempt from permit

Florida State Prison inmate An- -- .

thony Wayne Strapp was found guiltyas Rep. Williams Attends World Civil
charged in Bradford County Circuit nse Conference

Court May 26 by a jury of three .. ......__ _______ Ln .. .. .. _
men and three women. Strapp was Rep. Frank Williams, of Crystal meaningful level.' unc reason is inai me mere muugni relocate heir people away irom counterparts in anuinir counlr)'. In.
charged with possession of a weapor. Lake national president of the "Between 500 and 600 delegate of nuclear war is too horrible to contemplate where our bombs would likely explode developing a proper civil defense we
by a state prisoner. American Civil Defense Assn., is at. from some 60 nations are expected tc so we feel helpless. we ." are not escalating an arms race. We
Judge George H. Pierce sentenced tending the World Civil Defense Con be represented at the conference, tune out. We develop an ostrich complex arc making nuclear targets less and
Strapp to five years to run con- ference in Brighton England, Ma where leading CD authorities will and the only shelter we consider "Civil defense contributes to less rewarding and we tend to make
secutively with his current sentence. 24-26. Before returning home he will) meet to focus on a true civil defense digging is one large enough to hide defense balance by protecting our weapon buildups ineffective. Home
Strapp, 20, is serving a life make an extended tour of all NATO renaissance," Williams said our heads." people and our resources and not by defense is therefore a humanitarian
sentence for 2nd degree murder from countries in Europe and visit with "Conference speakers will include "If both countries agree, than the threatening or destroying their _effort." Williams concluded.
Dade County plus a five year sentence Civil Defense officials in Helsinki notables from governments around nuclear scales are balanced and war
from Bradford County for possessiorof Finland. The ACDA the the world and the western powers is prevented" Williams said. "The Cpl. Wayne Brooker His battalion spent six months
a weapon by a state prisoner. ly journal of civil defense publishes in the U.S.on- will be challenged to come to grips problems with this approach is that Back from Okinawa overseas as part of the Marine Corps'
Strapp was in Bradford County Williams said the objective of the with basic survival problems" the Soviets abandoned it more than Marine Lance Cpl. Wayne O.Brooker. unit deployment program. The con-
Court last September when the jury conference is to stimulate an upgraded Williams said. ten years ago. They developed a civil son of James and Christine cept is designed to rotate whole
found him guilty of battery of a law interest in population protectiorthat "With the possible exception of defense system they think will protect Brooker of Brooker Florida recently squadrons or battalions at a time Instead -
enforcement officer and guilty of will bring strategic defense Richard Nixon, no individualor topic them from our bombs. Although they' returned from a deployment to of individuals at separate inter-
possession of a weapon by a state among NATO nations "up to a reall) has received more bad press than are starting to build shelters their Okinawa.He vals. In this way they retain their
prisoner. Civil Defense," Williams declared. primary defense technique is to Is a member of 1st Battalion 2nd unit integrity as well as shorten the

Marines._Camp LeJeune N._C. actual time they spend overseas.

I J. j.j-j.J- Keystone Heights Ads J.J.J). ;:# ;2)- Bradford Bassmasters Tourney


USED WILSON T-JOOO,--tennis Set for Saturday Night, June' sStarke

racquets 473-2210) or
WANT ADS SERVICES SALEDEERWOOO 473-4380 after 5:00: p.m.tfn The Bradford Bassmasters Club will be holding its second annual bass Ads
BINGO. .AMERICAN pd 2/<4 boat tournament Saturday night June 5, at the Kenwood Landing at Rod
CARPENTER WORK LEGION HALL SR21. HILLS 3.large man Dam with guaranteed prize money and trophies to the top 5 placers.
Remodeling work kitchen Saturdays.. 7 p.m. Public Invited bedrooms, 2.full baths, HELP The tourney will run from 7 p.m. Saturday, June 5, to 7 a.m. Sunday morn- FOR RENT
i cabinets and trim 4/1 tfnchg daub I.wid. M.H on Ing. June 6. Entry fee is $50 per boat with checks payable to: Bradford County -
carpenter. Reasonable 2-acres 27000. Bassmasters, care of Don Thompson 1633 Bay Circle West Orange Park,
prices Call 473.2477, 7:30: Closed WOODLAND DRIVE' 3.BR, FL 32073. division. Near schools
LAKE LOT on sand bottomed a.m. 5:30: p.m 5/1 tfnchg. meetings Monday B p.m. 1 Bath, 1.400 sq. ft. Central WANTED. EMPLOY. AC new refrig ..
lake in Hillcrest. $800 CARPENTRY AND MASONRY Open meetings Friday 8 H/A $38,000. Call WENT SALES Dealers Prizes are as follows: fireplace, attached
down, $146 44 per monlh. i WORK Building patios, p,m. Alanon, Monday 8 Keystone Heights Realty, Agents Salespeople. The 1st- $500 plus trophy. workshop. $275 per mo.
Phone 473-4058 or additions remodeling, p.m. All meetings at. Inc.. REALTOR 473-4961 Security and Protection 2nd- $300 plus trophy. plus deposit. Call 964-6968,
473-4367 tfnchg after 6 p.m.5/1 homes and tile work. Free Educational Church Building 473.2790 Community or tfnchg 513OPPORTUNITIES I rewarding business offers Incomes.the most 3rd- $200 plus trophy. evenings. Itchg 5/27

estimates. Phone 473-4473 4th- $100 plus trophy. IN THE COUNTRYi Two
LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE. 475-2130. 4/1 tfn chg "Pre-Entry Protector"
Keystone Heights owner during day. 4tpd 5/5 tfn OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo Burglar. Alarms. Free 5th- $50 plus trophy. bedroom house. Call after

financed 12 percent Interest ELECTROLYSIS chg. dues, lees or weighins Details' Distributors. Box 5 PM. 9646504. 5/27- 2tpd

lots on clear, sand method of is the only hair open meetings Tues 14361, LRM Orlando Fl Also there will be a scpcrate Big Fish pot with a 100 percent payback of TWO 6/3 BEDROOM I HOUSE
bottomed lake priced to removal. permanent day. 7:30: p.m., St. Anne's 1 WE NEED DEALERS -lor new 32857 3tchg 5/13-5/27 money collected. :
sell from $9,900. One to 470 Amy's Lawrence Electrolysis Episcopal Church, stand.up cookbook. Free FULL.TIME MAINTENANCE' 14 fish will be counted per boat with a 12 inch minimum, measured on a months Chain link fence. First 1
live acres overlooking Blvd. 473-7033 5/6 ttnchg Keystone Heights. Thurs. details. Went Publishing worker camp environ flat board. A one pound penalty will be deducted from total weight for every .rent plus'd.posit."
( available with doy.9:30: a.m.. Community Co.. S. Main St.). S. ment. Must be Call 964 6667? Itchg 5/27
access ) FLORIDA'S FIRST COUNTRY ( Dept responsibleand fish brought to the scales less than 12 Inches in length. A bonus of 2 oz. will be
nic. trees from $3,600. VILLA Specializing In the State Bank of Starke. P.O. Box 164, Englewood.. willing to work. Call added to the total weight for each live fish. FURNISHED APARTMENT:
$500 down. $50 a month. of 4732790 or 964.8587. 4/1 Oh. 45322 4tchg 5/13 6/3 473.4516. 2tpd 5/20-5/27: ( Entry forms available ,Three-.. large AI'9.SWIIand
care senior citizens. are through Bassmaster club members.
Commercial frontage- tin chg. bath: $135 .pei.<.{no{, plus
4752499. 3tchg 5/13.5/27 BINGOLions Club $50 security deposit. No (J
investment opportunity. across
SR21N. Owner-salesman. CHILD children CARE Will core for from high school. : f "N Union County Ads pels. Call. _964'807J f Itchg (
in home.
73375.5/1 tfnchg my Tuesdays Early Bird 7 5/37: 'c, ,w
473.3953. 2tchq 5/20-27
BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA p.m.; Regular 7:30: p.m. ONE BEDROOM unfurnished l
access lots from $5,500, CHILD CARE 2 years and Public invited 4/1 tIn chg. FOR RENT PERSONALSERVICES FOR SALE LOSTFOUNDSTOLEN apartment) $Stoyetl and f
$500 down $71.74 p.r older only excepting a Need person (o refrig Couple/ only.Inquire "

month. Discount. on entire. few off SR 21 North. FREE Whit. Poodle to good MOBilE HOME: 12X65. 2 :} BEDROOM. 3 BATH help with ,expenses at Tackle Box, 341 M. Tem
10 acres. On. Waterfronlot. Phone Robin at 4733104 home. 4 year old mole.gentle bedroom with washer CB/BRICK HOME With, OR LOST On & _, pleAve1tpd5/27 :
Call 4734375. 5/1 after 7 p.m. 3tpd 527.610Art loves kids located north ol Raiford CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES: extra Mother's Day weekend. drivingto MOBILE HOME Three
on large
tfnchg Clauses Instruction in 4734630. 1tpd 5/27 121 in Raiford city limits. Free estimates local landscaped swimming yard. severalout pool Medium. size black female Corpus Cristi bedrooms. Neat and clean.
CLEAN CONFORTABLE 90"gold Call 4311614. Itchg 5/27. distributes for completely dog. mixed SpanielCollie.Hwy Texas. Leaving First last plus deposit.
painting sketching and buildings with 2 iacres
Need Windows Washed?
sofa. Only $75. See at wathoble nationally 100. New River Bridgearea $175 per mo. No pets. Call
Monitor office or call cralt. Ages 5 and up. Need Yard Racked? REAL advertised GardsetK located on SR 18 Reward for information May 29. Frances 9648816. Hod 5/27
4732210, 5/1 tfnchg Beginning June 15 Mildew off the house? Draperies. saw Enterpriies. near Worthington Springs, leading to and lor Khoden 496-2558. I BR TRAILER Furnished living
30 FT. HIGH TV ontennea. 473 4753. 2tpd 527603 Reasonable fee. Call ESTATE Ed or Lama owner finance Call return. Phone 496-3491 room addition to a
$45. Already disconnected. 475-1723 ask for Ch.t. Stephen. 496.2219 2/4.496-3623 after 7 p.m. TFN .after 6. Please call. Itchg ,Christian (lady preferred)
"3.2210.29 tfnchg IIchQ 5/27 LOOKING FOR a special 5/1/8OTFN. who would be Interested in
U-Plck-Um' Blueberries 60 don't have It. I'll find It-Just FREE cleanup SYSTEM International STRAY COW Bull
1961. Sleeps six. $1.200 as : Providing you Beautiful HamptonLake exchange for part of
OFFICE cents a pound. Anna ask--JANE S. USHER, and leave clear of all engine (recently overhauled -
I. some work n..d.d. SPACEIocing Apples ) Yearling 1'% miles Home 1/2 mile rent money. $250 per mo..
pump travelerand
475-2401 or see at Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto $12.,a bushel. W.H. REALTOR 496-2126 or debris. Farmer and
off US-301 on SR-18 Including utilities.Melrose .
2.000 feet of West
In 20
pipe on Providence
JasmineHighlandKeystone. Andrews Drugs. Call Dukes, Grodin 496.2903. eves.. "Your Dealers Bank 496-2101. '
and 30 Owner salesman 475-1261 "ltpd
4733411.4/1 Union Realtor tfn TFN 527.IABYSlnlNOI. foot lengths.
Itpd 5/20: tfnchg. 659-2233.1 tpd 5/27 County Rd.
B NEW two foot wide OFFICE SPACE single or 3/26. I would like $I 1,000 cash. Also/ for phone 468-1243 even- HOMES FOR RENT 3 BR with,

Fr.nch door. 1/3 cost. double rooms available., Hill Cr.... 10 '1 OR 2 ACRE LOTS For salt to keep your child in my Jnternofionol sale-1973 Ford Truck. 1970 496-3981. ings. AC. washer d yer. Stove
Pressure canner. N.w. Carpeted, paved parking. home. x 55 mobile with or without mobile home weekdays from 7 Truck 2Silver refrig.. garbage disposal,
Several doz.n jars cheap. Keystone Office Center $1,000 You can afford It home. Water septic tank, a.m. until 6 p.m. I have a 6 Edge John Deere dishwasher $350 per mo.
"734011'Hod' 5/20 475-2160 alter 4 p.m. 4/18 down owner will owner will finance. Phone year old boy who needs someone Gramwagons. John Deere plus $350 security deposit.No .
fin chg. hold mortage. Must be 496-2308. TFN 429.S to ploy with. I live Model No. 4400 Combine exception. 3 BR.'2 BA
JUKI lOX 1949 AMI good 38*. 2 BATH furnished. moved 4751216. 2tchg ACRES FOR SALE 2 milei between Lake Butler and with corn header Contact house in Saratoga Heights.
condition Includes 78 RPM mobile home ".mil.. N.W. 5/27 6/3 southwest of Railord on Starke in the New River Farmers and Dealers Bank, Refrig, stov.. $285_ per
record collection asking of Ktystone off C-18. Central *> '* C793. paved road fron. area, Please call 496-3731 Monday Mr. Howard. at, 9 496.2101 ma., plus $285 security
Friday until I 2.
$1.500. 475-1839. air.$230 tag. $1.600 and ask for Karen
2tchg per mo. per acre. 2tchg deposit. No exception
5/27 6/3 Keystone Heights Realty. Free Estimates 781-5171 Jacksonville. TFN 5/27 6/3. Itchg 5/20. Call 964.8811 for appoint
REALTOR ...73..961.22 f3: 6 ounce Coca.Cola bottle YARD SALE Saturday. May FEED GRINDER: REALTORJANE m.nt.29 tfn.
YARD SALE Friday, Saturday tfnchg3N from Lake 29, 8:30-4. and Sunday. Archway 450. $' ,800. used
Butler. Price no : S. USHER 1 ROOM FURNISHED apartment
Expert 1
and Sunday 5 miles, :: LAKE GENEVA 1 BR. Living object. William V. Seifert, May 30, 8302.: Lots of year. James Balkcom large screened
north of SR 21 at Wood Rivu, Bath. Kit., partially P.O. Box 6222 St, miscellaneous Items baby 173 496-2494 HONDA 2tchg 5/27 6/3. porch, adults only, no pets,
Creation near Spring Lake furnished. Nice for singleor Yard Work Petersburg Beach. Florida Items, clothes and wa.h.r.Hwy. CL-450 Twincyclinder REALTORYour can be seen at 403 Walnut
Groc.ry. 473-2249 tpd couple. 6 mo. lease. No I 33736. 31pd 5/13 5/20 5/27. 100 by New Rive windshield$500. Has small Union County Realtor' Street or call 964-B498.
5/27 Pels$150 First last security I Bridge. Phone 496-3491 and carrying 4/29 tfnFURNISHED :
box Phone 4962343. I llpd 360 N. Main St.
HUGE SALE Saturday and deposit. 475-2064. 5/13 4751720Steve HELP WANTED Itchg 5/27. 5/27 APARTMENTl 2

Sunday. Oinnel linens tfnchg HOTPOINT TWO OVEN 496-2126 4962903NEW bedrooms, living room,
dishes, maps bar slools, ,:--- -----.-ups * .. RN NURSI5-IMMIDIATI I- INSURANCEMAINES RANGE $200. hot water kitchenette, bath. No pets,
like, ,. OPENINGS: 11.7 full. or LISTINGS No children Elect and
new sofa chair, turf! .rUart'i heater-one year old-30
reclinder beds, drapes.Twin sill part-time RN's, LPNs. OR INSURANCE AGENCY gallon $150 20 cubic Very neat and attractive CB home with add'i I corner water furnished. Nice. Call
Lakes Road off SR 100 VICES'.S41 BroadwayTREE Contact Nurse needed Personnel for 7.3, Brad.shilt. : 160 $. Lake Ave., lake relrlgerator/freexer one lot. Shaded by many pecan tr.... Close to hospital. 964.5033 5/27 or 4681338.,l:pd

follow signs. tchg 5/27 SERVICE ford County Hospital Butler 496-3978. Complete year old.$600. large dining Shown by appt. only. Owner may fion, Insurance Service. TFN room table$1 150. fold buyer FIELD t2acres. Alisa-
Trans World Antiques 25 to 904.964.6000 Jtrhrt 5/20: away Bermuda groi.
50 per cent off entire selection Removal Sales bed $20.:everyday Stop by located Rand W *'S Acres, near CA Roberts Rd., owner financed. bahla. Produces excellent some
on 10-15 financed.
of fin. European and *. SR 121. Phone 496-3572. acres owner ho) Clifford Martin.
: Trimming 1 Home business. Income 2Vt ,
American antiques Including I ttrha 5177 property. acres very 9647145. 5/20 2tchg 5/27
neat mobile home. Includes 900 ft, highway frontage. 3 I II, 2'/0
mirrored dressers. Get Your GradSomething $ PATHs forge
sideboards., display : Free Estimate \\OPPICI Classified Ads : Has add'i.! trailer site for Income. Also Ig. commercial master BR. den with

cabinets, desks country 1IpaIrsIfaJsfLISSI Nl SHOP Get ResultsCall bldg. for shop or retail bu.In.... Call for appt. today. fireplace, separate dining
pine corner cabinets. ,,. .......... 473-4732 \ "::, Ii Great opportunity. room and living room,
chairs, wicker table and S.ilag' Inllfer4 I 'I If you want a particular piece of property. home, large kitchen with bar and
After 5
P.M. for
more. Please College business, don't hesitate to call us or come by. There dishwasher hugh shaded
no lay.
aways. Sale ends Jun.5th. ,, Cia, Centfa Iht Janice are many unadvertised properties In Union County for lot with plenty of pecan'
2tpd 5/37-6/3 a.-- I 496-2261 sale. trees $350 plus deposit by

appointment 782-3741 I.
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Motorcycle. Runs good. Azaleas $1.50 gal. can. 24x36". 23 cent each. Used LP GAS: family owned Job Information Dallas

CI'i ;i Color TV'sAntenna's Asking $600, will Roses, shrubbery located in printing newspaper. REPAIR: road service, and operated vv.striveto Houston Overseas, /rit'iHe1gar
n; 1 negotiate. Call 473-7156 2 miles north of Lawtey on Great for minor repair and 24 give better prices and Alaska. $15.000 to $40,000
''III Spec: In receiving ,after 6 p.m. and anytime US-301 Look for signs jobs Bradford County pick up delivery 1 service, w. possible. ((312)) 741.9780.1 "REALTYCECELII
Channel' 30 & 47 weekends. 4/8 tfn 7823972. tfn. Telegraph 964-6305. tin. hours. Average 34tfnBILL'S day ser customer to own their Ext. 4258. Call 4 ;
964-7553. :
171 SUZUKI 100: 2300' 3 M COPIER: Model 209. CARPET, NEW & USEDi Fur. vice. 5/134tpd6/03 I _____
782-3577 SAW SHOPs Completesharpening tanks. We sell or rent I ________. _.. _
miles. $595. Call 4732214. Very good condition many nlture & appliances.Plumb NORTH FLORIDA MENTAl' .r
.m 7 pm )2/J: t4ni, 5/20 tInHONDA supplies. $400 call fixtures and pipes. .service circular tanks and furnish HEALTH CENTER anticipates ii f'B

75 DIRT BIKE: Excellent 964.5606.15 tfn BARGAIN CENTER US-301. hand carbide, cylinder 259-6810 expansion of services : j I
YARD SALE condition call after FIBERED ALUMINUM ROOF So.. 96".6679. 2/5 tfn chain mower blade hollow 7823349. 5/4 4tchg 5/27 to the chronically .,.....c.'

5 p.m. $200; 9648091. COATING $29.95 per 5 gal. DO.DROP.'" BARGAIN ground and ,balanced. NEED EXTRA MONEY Interviews mentally ill. Position requirements 205 N. Temple, Starke
'1 tchg 5/27 Fibered Snow White HOUSE 301 South. Leave at Jackson Building are being taken for Include TERWILUMN

HOUSE OF BARGAINS: SeeIng 1980 SUZUKI GS 450 Li Excellent Mobile Home Roof Coating 9646740. We buy and sell Supply in Starke, Keytsone Avon Representatives. Call Bachelors or Masters ,
I. Believing 212 Call condition and gas $34.95 per 5 gal. Stark. used furniture and ..appliances. Heights or Lake Butler. Ramona Crapse. 7823068. degree In related field, ITS INCREDIBLE
11' I ;.St.. 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. mileage. New rear tire Paint Center 964-8181. 8/13 tfnRECONDITIONED TFNchg 5/27 2tchg 6/3 plus relavant experience. WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE

I (Yo'll come see us at our new battery 6.900 miles. ELECTRIC B-B-QUE grills, TV'S: Colors ALCOHOLICS LAWN MOWING: Stark., For information or appointment SPECIAL

Ig ,I i /t.1 new location. 3/18tfn $1300., Call 964-6805., 5/27 new. On stand $40; table starting at 10000. ANONYMOUS! Phone Lawtey and Lake Butler contact Kathy brick home land.capedacre
.Jiil' !RIDAV. MAY 25, 9 AM til 5 3tchg 6/10 models $25. Call 964 5251 Trade-in's welcome. Phone 964-5148 or 964.7619, areas. Call 4311434.. Itpd Branscome at 7526706. Attractive on one
IIII '0'PM. 134 E. South St., lots of 1981 SUZUKI GS 450 L: 900 after 5 p.m. 4/22 tin 964.8212.6111 tfn TFchg 5/27 3810 S. First St., Oak Hill In Connvrly Estates, 11 % financing, 3 BR,

kids clothing.. misc. tchg actual mile Excellent GRASS SEED: Argentina- FIREWOOD: White oak and SEWING MACHINES BATHTUBS I SINKS Building Lake City Fla. 2 Ba, CH&A, fireplace. screened porch: 2 car
W 5/27 condition and MPG. Bahia. 50 to 1 OOO lb. lots. pine, $5 per truckload. Refinished, home 32055. AA/EEO. 5/20 2tchg
All D/W.
REPAIRED makes your reflrg..
,'- ,'I ''SATURDAY ONLY) 9 AM til5 Silhouette wrap-around Dr. Penning 9646411. Oak 4x4's $30 half cord. : 5/27 carport paved driveway, stove

''s'l' ', tlirpM. lots of Items to choose fairing. crash bar style MINI TRAMPOLINE for In- Call Sunshine Acres, cleaned. oiled and adjusted. Guaranteed.. Also bath Freeestimates. tubs, WANTED FOR BUSY PROFESSIONAL carpet drapes, 2 ceiling fans, R26 ceiling R/19

' if:"' from 4 7i miles west on bar bock rest Shoe! door logging, $75. Approx. 964-7699 or come out between $15. Work sinks, and shower tile OFFICE: Receptionist walls, cedar bookshelves, this Is a honey for
I) "I'-SR.16.! Forrest Hgts. Call fiberglass trunk $1675. 4 ft. x 4 ft. Call 964-7910. 9.30 a.m. and 2:30 guaranteed James Various duties.
the I
,I., ,: 'j, a 9647131. Itpd 5/27 Call 485-1541. Graham. COASTAL HAY Delivered. p.m. and we'll load for Strickland. corner MorganRd. cleaned. Ultra-Glaze Call Neat In appearance. Guod monevl
I ft6 SATURDAY MAY 29. from 5/27 2tchg 6/3 $2.25 per bale. Call you. 1/28 tfnMAGNAVOX and Hwy 16. TFNchg 9 4-8903. 3/11 tfnDAVID'S personality. Some typing SPECIAL
,j'n j'r v, 10 AM til 5 PM. 208 WestirIvPrctt 125 TKM PENTON Enduro 1.904,529-9003. COLOR TVl CHAIN LINK FENCE: Install COMPLETE ROF- skills. Prefer over 30 and Owner financing at 12V-i for a well maintained .

, < Str..t. Itpd 5/27 w/llghting kit 964 8825 1-904 284 5111. 5/06 4tchg 25". AM/FM Stereo. ed. Free estimate HandyMan FLER Family Hair Care.Cuts.PermsSets.Colors. permanent resident home on Lake Bedford. $63,500 with
I :Hf) YOU MISS our 4 family evenings.. I 1tpd 5/27 AlESIA HAY: No weeds. Phono. Excellent condi Fence Co. 964.8559. 9 Phone for appointment..
,11r L il..al.| May 29,, your loss. 7th Highly fertilized. $2.50 per tion. Call ,964 8903. 5/20 tfnpd 982TYPEWRITER AM 9 PM, daily except 964-6334 or send resume to $20.000 down payment. Home has approx.

,'. _, house on right post WANTEDGOOD bale. SR225. oft Hwy. 100. FRESHLY CUT Coastal Bermuda REPAIR: Call Wed. & Sat., 9 AM to 6 PM. RECEPTIONIST. P.O 1600 sq. ft. with 100' of beautiful beach.
t "'hospital. East Call St., Call 9647789. 5/06 tin Hay. $2. Call the Office Shop 110 W. '37f W. Macclenny Ave., Drawer A Starke Florida
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j Drowse around. Items 5-V GALV. ROOFING 468.1395 or .85-1037.5/20 Call SI., Starke for details Macclenny 2596277. 4/8. 32091. 5/20 tin
' :i Knever before show, hi fl 5, PRICES PAID for used 6'$3.65; 7',45; 85.03; WELDING EQUIPMENT! Four 9645764. tfn Stpd 527EXPERIENCED JOB INFORMATION! Cruise EXECUTIVE HOMESBeautiful
mobile homes if mortgageIs brick home with B ac., apprex. 2(00 sq. ft. A
bicycles, original poln- 95.72; 106.41 aceteline tanks, 2 oxygen GLASS CUT TO ORDER: CARPENTER: Ship Jabs Also Houston
.1S .*:l' tings, clothing. furniture, 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'SMOBILE 117.10, 12'-$7.79. We tanks In various .iz... All Doors windows etc. will do general repair Dallas, Overseas jobs. $58.500 oitum. mortg. at ll'/4% .
CtfVyou name It, w. will have HOME SALES manufacture. Jacksonville.Call personal ownership tanks. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY work. Roofing and pain. 312741-9780 Dept. 120B Large, brick CHIA home. 2300 sq. ft. on 4 lots near
S rtTWt for sale. Itpd 5/27 9645606. Open 7 days toll free New refrlg., torch hoses 9646078. Orders alsotoken ting Call 7823669. 56I Phone Call Refundable. school Keystone. Assu. mort. I1/. Stave refrlg., D/W

r nSAT., MAY 29: Children weekly. TFchg 18003422702. 5/06 4tchg and gauges. All for $200. Lake I WILL BABY SIT in home 5/27 4tpd 617ESTABLISHED compactor dispose), ceiling fans, frplc.. greenhouse.What .
...rvclothes furniture, AXLES & TIRES 2 axles + 4 In BUtler my I .
r tli NEW WEED EATER: Mutt Call Wm. Dowllng. all Sue FIRM looking a way to Live. Luxurious brick home near Country
496-3079 and day or night
material loads of tires. We pick-up, $100; Keystone ages for executive
9648106. 5/27 secr.larywith well
Will llchg Club. designed.
sell. New $284.
household goods. ..'/. mi. You deliver $125. OlinsMobile sell for best price offer. Call RUDD 3'TON central air Heights, 473-4973. 2/26 tin Starling 964-7800 5/6 some accounting Quality Choice. Magnificent Ig. home. Country Club 3

north of Starke. Elsie Nor Home Soles, Hwy. 9647910. 5/06 tin conditioning unit. $275, BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK 4tpd 521PRIVATE knowledge Excellent BR, 3 B, HUGE fom.rm., frplc., 2 lots circle driveway.
man look for sign. Ttpd 100 W Starke. 964-5606. TIRES: steel bolted 13" Call 9646587. llpd 5/27 SERVICE: Bradford County CHILD CARE In my working conditions for the LAKEFRONT GET YOUR FEET WETBeautifully

5/27 TFchg $75; Ford Form Tractor 600. SOFA t SWIVEL CHAIR: residential pump-outs. home. Newborn to pre right person looking for a wooded lots 4 5 5 Geneva Creek. Appros. 1
THIS SATURDAY at Encor. WORK WANTED: Christian Good condition. Bluescotch $50. We also re-lay drain school. Lunch snacks good future with a growing
Perfect condition $2.850 both.Silver .
; Ac. each. Emery Lane, $15,000 ea. or $28.000
All lady will do housekeepingand lines. Phone 964 8121 fenced ploy yard. Limited .
321 N. Temple 9 5. One Row John Deere Tractor guard fabric. $75 company. Salary comm.n.surote
lake. 83' 4 BR, 2 BA fenced large enclosed shed
'O'clothes': on sidewalk under laundry. misc. chores.Send and some cultivator for both. Call 964 6488 5/28 tfnchgPROFESSIONAL openings. Call 9645610.LOCKSMITHBURGLAR. with experience..
InC ... letter with name, address 5/27 Car CleanIng Send resume to P.O covered picnic area.
", ,,1$1. Regular priced clothes equipment. $850. Call after 530.: llpd
and numberto lot Geneva Creek with beautiful oak trees. 14000.
C .03: with green tags are 1/2 phone 7823239. 5/20 2lpd 5/27 1971 AMBASSADOR 4-door Service Cleaned ALARMS: 24 Hrs. Snrvlce. Drawer A, Starke, Fla
Hallow home. Little Lk. Santa Fe 2 Ac.$110.000.
L.B.. 2317 Sleepy Custom
,d ., rid'price, this week only. We 1971 DATSUN Pick-up. In sedan. Only 45,000 washed vacuumed 9645849. 1520 South 5/27 2tchg 63Classified
Dr.. Starke. Fla. 32091. Bedford Lk.-Owner fin. 77000.
C. .1/fl (also have lots of misc. good running condition; original miles. Excellent sanitized and deodorized. Walnut St.. at the Outfit
ONE OR TWO ACRES: Silver lake: 2 BR, 1 BA. $350 Mo. Rent or Buy.
condition Sears tractor
C :oH items. VaIl cornel tpd 1978 Plymouth Volnre in ; $7.00 pick-up and ters. 5/13 t'nEXPERIENCED' Ads
Cleared good drainage, lawn good cond. 8 BUY NOW a PROFIT LATER
n ,-iili 5/27 top mechanical condition; mower ; delivered or your place. PAINTER.
suitable for home site. workIng Get ResultsCall lake Butler-One beautiful ocr. with double wide. Nice
shallow well pump. cu. ft. refrig good Call 964-7226 ask for Den. Neat work, lice estimates.
Must front paved road condition. Call pool.
964-7184. UnderwoodMotel. nis. 12/10 tfnFAMILY Reasonable rotes. Intorior swimming
'IS IJf' four to five miles south or 1 Itchg 5/27 9648071. tchg 5/27 HAIRDESIGNERS exterior Paul. call Sylvia Bessent Rd: 3 BR. 2 BA CH/A.
,' west of Stark. TRANSWORlD ANTIQUES: FRESH Dill 50* a bunch. 5/27 'CB 3 BR, 1'B.. with pretty wooded acre lot In town. excellent
I n 9645177. Itpd 964-6305
; Reasonable. to Rt. off Call 9648170. 8:30 til 15 PM; condition I $41,000.
: '" ;;1.MOBILE Reply : 25% to 50% entire 144 W. Call St. some financing .
Ie 4. Box 163 D. Delond Fla. selection of fine Europeanand after 5 call 9647581. Itpd 964-7303 'Frame, ;3 BR. pecan trees, :239.17'; on paced :SRD-ia. I .O.J u:
.. (ow HOMES 32720. Itpd 5/27. American antiques. Including PORTABLE FEED GRINDER: ; Ac. High S Dry. $23.500. Good Buyl I

1- I; '.I ffi FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUSFREE dressers: sideboards mirrored year.Archaway 4800.450. used Jam.sBalkcom. one T.W.&F.. .9 Open til 5:30 ::; asie: :;; c-4 : t..o''-iY'jJ" l-t. / Owner sq. ft. Stucco Financing on 1 ac.In Lawtey pv'd. driveway 3 BR. CH/A.garage.Approx. 1500

r 'I in CII display cabinets, desks, 4962494. 5/27 Thurs. II AM til 7 PM
7.99 Ac. on Forsythe Rd. 14.60' MH. metal barn. pecan
c I HAMPTON AREA Suitable 2tchg 63STANLEY Sat. 9 AM til 3 PM Realtor I >
country pine corner
KITTENS: To good peach, apple trees. Grapevine. $31,000
.;:Jor couple. For Information cabinets, chairs wicker AppointmentsNot
home. 3 females onedl.tinctiv.ly lots 63 I 65 Cypress St. Crystal Lk. Homesites. 4900.
all Hampton 4681133. marked Calico tables and more. Please no Always Necessary 904-782-3931
809 N. Westmoreland-Nearly new. Assum mtg.
5/27 Stpd 6/3 Sale ends June PRO. 1/7 IfnADD
and two silvers with varied Excellent commercial Many u.... Approx. 1 ac.
5. Trans World Antiques. DUCTS FOR SALE. A BEAUTIFUL DECK to prop. I
white markings. All affectionate THESE SPECIALS I .
i' w/1 SS ft. on 301 Steel bldgt. Extras too numerous to
LANDS playful and litter- 10-SMon-Sat. 117 NW I6lk Have a orty. Coll9o46932. your home $5,50 per sq. - with 120 ft. oa.US-3Q1. Good buy!
1 Trained .FREE kittlyi J kite! Ave.,j .GqioiMvlller .FI .?, fUJncludfU JieMied lumber --BR.-2-aA'MobUe "om.tcS' :: :.,.._ '
L Karoil"Griffith. act lots Clean'
)J tuuA .E Geneva Lake Estates- wooded ;terms.
.. -fooctVna f Instructions'?tSB' 32601': 1 90V:375"Ortr: ) 5/27 'and skilled, labor Call for.stlmates .4 BR. 3Yt: BA home fi/tn-ground pool, 4 Ac., 10- .
hills. Tennis
neighborhood w/rolllng courts.assum.
REFRIGERATORzWe..tlnhov. ,
Information.FREE .
If rt 964-6087 for .. .._ mfg., 76500. .615 M.It T S.. to I !
... Avocado "'''''''' 0 an .rrac.- Appreciate
5 ACRES Two miles SW of PUPPIES: 'Two ton I O'OOaJ. 0 lYE! *2 Bit 2 BA mobile' home, 4 Ac.. $44,500.
Raiford on C793. Paved hound puppies 3V mo*. frost-free. 16 ft. side by *5 acres well, pump, septic, utility power polo' .crnd. .Acreage-Davis St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park' ?
- -. old. Call 9645739. Itchg side $200. Call 9648105. porch. $15,000 5 Acres near Hampton. Well dec. pole, septic tank
:Joad frontage
,. Jacksonville peracre FREE TO GOOD HOME: 4 CYPRESS MULCH by the *lef Georges take: w/fake' : access, $1,500. 4.78 Acres on 230A and Wilson Rd.
--781-5171. 5/20 tfn mos. old German yard. For delivery call : HELPWANTEDGainesville g *JV. Ac.. $6,250; 19 Ac.. $25,000; 30 Ac., $21.000. '40 Acres New River. High and rolling.

). J> ",,I. Shepherd. Good with 964-6320. oft.r. 3 p.m.. Commercial "'
. '' children. Good watchdog.Call Monday thru Wednesday I Ac. 'lot In Slarko, $5,000. 6 Ac. lawf.y, $10,500. BUY REAL ESTATE & WAIT I
' [ 4$ Sun Route Carriers
.: ; BUSINESS 964,4063. Itchg 5/27 and 8 AM til 8 PM. Thurs *3 BR 2 BA home, 9.2f: Ac., $58.000.

d ,..OPPORTUNITIES day thru Saturday. 5/27 !)needed for Starke, Lawtey Raiford.f4 *2.3 Ac., Country Club $20,000. Lot. lowf.y 2300.
FURNITURE: Excellent condi *3 BR. I'/ 8A Hwy. tOO SE $44,500.
>. or t J '' '- CARS tion. Low prices Call <& Must have reliable car and posts! "3 Bit, I BA, Hwy. 301 $25.000. Classified Ads

J. **Wi" NEED DEALERSfor n.w.tond.up TRUCKS 964.8091 or 964 8749. 1 tpd cash bond. <& P.O. DRAWER H.LAWTEYDealerWllDERNESS Get Results .
cookbook. Free 5/27 LOG HOMES ..S Shop & Compare!!
, ....T detail W.I.t Publishing igc Also door to door solicitors need-jrc

r ,,to iCOmpany,, ((5. Main St.) 1979 CHEVROLET Half ton .ed for Starke"area. Call 9648170.. _ _ _ _ _ Special Insur.iiHo fur
.. pick-up. Auto. transmission. FOR <& Classified Ads
1 4!\Dept. S.. P. O. Box 164 Mobile.iliiiiu* I'.irks!
Oh 45322. Top condition. Calk r. .........' PINE FOREST
Englewood ... .... .. ... .... .. ....4. Get Results *
,nUCBAI3'tc< 61'03 '5332066. after 6 PM. 5/20 SALE ....v.........v.v...V.'W.Y...v.... All t\H-s| of homeowners

..,;1 e;:',' d tfn .- b APARTMENTS policies furSTEEL
1977 CHEVY BLAZER: Air Dishwasher protable
tisoqeb 4U' : : ... ,. Ads BUILDINGS 1 mobile homes.
ne 91134F0R RENT PS, PB excellent condi ModernMaid, never -"-'- ; Classified 1-2 & 3 Bedroom Apts.

tIIIMT4A1A '. tion. Low' mileage $4450. used, $150; Scars 30 Get Results All new. Buy direct. From '130" to '275" Call for Quote *
Call 4732214. 5/20 tin cu. ft. upright white
I no MOBILE Olin's Mobile
1971 FORD CUSTOM 500: In 48x72x14 $1.99 ft.
ulq freezer, $125; Sears! 15 sq. j
> JIo1 -'ttHa'"spaces-HOME\ PARK mobile for homes rent. good condition 964-7145.$500. 5/20 Clifford cu. ft. refrig. w/lop RENT BRADFORD LIME Other sizes available l..I: 1530 W. Madison I Home Sales

I Ohll Recreational! \ ",vehicles 2tchg Martin 5/27 freezer, avacado, 3 shop spaces, 1200 ROCK SALESDrainfield c.llion free 1-800-342-6301 IOIALMOUSI5 Phone 964-6312 Elaine M. Olin Agent

welcome.M\O"oJ PhoJ1e..68.2912.", ..., 1971 NOVA 4-door air con- $125; Sears mmi-biko, sq. ft. ea. Ideal for Rock. Op.1IIIy 964-5606
I 5 hp $150 Schwinn
beii..ijptq! ; ------ -
: dition V.8 engln., 350 Bldg. sands &
I bno HOUSEKEEPING'and'ile: CID.. lawtey Police cor. girls bike, 7-spced,$25. contractor, light Gravel
\'"PTV,0lyoomi; TV: and dr.m 1973 HarleyDavidson Call 964-5U01. mfg., repair shop or
-" ,T Underwood' : Motet 3 mutes motorcycle I 1200 C.C. electric storage. 782-3172. NEED LIMITED TIME ONLY

...,rfb01i North'10/9 of tIn Stark/.' .on. Hwy. Bids glide must be good In city condition.clerk's' HOMES CALL MOBILE HOME MONEY? 2) 8i' BRICK VENEEPJ>2 BATH GHXA

"'ltl' BR? 1 BA LIVING ROOM. office by noon Jun. 7th. FOR SALE 1904772.7980 aAI >PORT UTILITY (:t OOGAPETNG
li..XxJlnlng| 'room & kitchen. The city reserves the right SERVICE POLES Use Your Home ,
He:) 'Central: heat and air. In ON YOUP LOT
to refuse any and all bids. 100 I AMP Equity. We make .
Hampton. Phone 4681779.
.il'IIillt months rent In ad. Please seperate.make Lawtey the Clerks bids BR 1 BA home with 11 ft. 180.00' 1st & 2nd Mtgs. $29 500.00

', ot vance.)S/7 tfn P.O. Drawer G.; ceilings; wooden floors; 3 200 AMP_ _
Call us for a quote 964-6863 PHONE 964-6863
;U-LAKEFRONT RENTAL 2 BR. 1 Lawtey Fla.32058. 5/20 fireplaces. S acres fenced Classified Ads '250.00 _
., t> 'BA on Crosby Lake. ForoioUlally 2tcgh 5/27 and cross-fenced, Many' Get Results 964-5010

furnlsh.d.'One yrs. JEEPS CARS, PICKUPS. from extras. 73500. By owner Calf Ariytimt LON HAMP HOMES ING
to ti-Jeose. $225 per mo. Weigel $35. Available at local Lawtey. 782.305"15 tfn 468-1117 WalddSmlTruck ,

??, Realty, Inc., 282-5201. 1/28 Gov't Auctions. For Directory BY OWNER: 3 BR, 2 BA cedar _- _'

'KITCHENEFFICIENCYROOMS. tfn call 805-687-6000 Ext. home, great room. split I- PIONEER Well STAPKE FLA
I,'I I 1211. Call refundable. 5/20 plan. fireplace, screened
for rent at low 4tpd 6/10 porch, 14,2 master ELECTRIC Drilling 11m t.1TY4 AVAILABLE .
Kw!. !
weekly ral... Call Temple
1973 CHEVROLET IMPALA bedroom with greenhouse.Many Ceiling Fans & . .
vo-.iv\0tel 964-7357. 2/18 EOW and In good ; ;; IF YOU QUALIFY
Body engine extras, owner financing I Trailer Poles _
!lotPALMS APARTMENTS Fur- condition. $800. Call low interest 56000. Others 2" thru 6" _ _

.(am: nished apts.efficiencies. weekly or and monAH 1UocBR 5/27 964-8091 or 964-8749. Itpd ((305)451-2731.) 52QtfoLARGE .... _ _782-3065_ _ _ or Opwilm Heavy' IU Equipment t L....y Fast Rotary IKE'S SAW

.trBSTUDIOS.'2313 N. Temple, SURPLUS boats many JEEPS sell for* und.r Cars BR, 2 BA fully carpetedhome _ _ 1IMMM4MWANTED State Licensed (Behind Pow.ll'. Diary Why You Need...

'''q Ave.. Stark. 3/11 1 tfp 9/02 $50. Foe Info ((312)9311961Ext. ) CHI A, court yard. . . . . Freeze)
yt.i LEAN MOBILE HOMES for 2729. 5/27 4tpd 6/17 patios.:On 5 acres of land. TREE SERVICE SALES SERVICE Aloe vera ,
."...r.nt. On Hwy. 16 E. Close 1973 MERCURY COUGAR: 75000. Call 964-6433. : Pumps Chain' Saw aLawflMowers
tmoJo prison. Call 468-1323. ',Good running condition. 5/27 ilnLi1. Cash Available Whitehead's . . . . A Total Unique Aloe Vera Juice

4/1 tfnluMOBILI Goad work. car. 5300. call-. New & Used _ _
HOMES FOR RENT ,.444-8338.-:- .;d5/27P' p We Buy 1st a 2nd Tree Service SalesePartseSer

.II"iI. from Stark., city, '62 BUICK INVICTA Convertible I Mtgs. Call us for a VACUUMSALE Thousands taking for arthritis,
.t.oqlimlt., Clean. Hwy. 16 E. whit. w/red Interior. LICENSED INSURED E-Z: Terms
tunl-Call, : 4681323. 4/1 tfn A/C new paint, .tc. quote. FREE ESTIMATES i . . . :. .. rheumatism, ulcers I indigestion,

,(WJJIAIIER ON KINGSHY., Beautiful car $2995 or best 1:14 964-5010 ((904)) 7J2-43So PIR'Rbl.nll'NEW & USED low energy, overweight, skin, hair
LAKE 2 bedrooms air conS offer. Call 9647682. 5/27 Collect .
rtyi'lloned. rent for the sum- Finance Our OwnKIRBYS
"',.....m.r. Call 533-2366.516 tin 1971 2tcha FORD 6/3 Pick-up. Auto. ,Lake City..Florida New I InstallationWe Guaranteed to be

,,1 BR HOMI 1 Yt baths, ,trans.. LWB. A/C good Remodeling Repairs ROYALS the
tints 'efrlg. and stove. Hamp- condition. $1500. Call . 't' . . .
Iio3: <>". $250 per moNo p."-, 964-8979. Itchg 5/27 EUREKAS purest, strongest
bqi r'468.2339. 5/20 2tchg 5/27 CARS $ZOOI I TRUCKS $15011 < andtr' DurrcutCePUMP& HOOVERS best tasting
SOUTH THOMPSON $Ti Two Available at local gav.rn.m.nt c fJ 4tL I . . . d. ELECTROLUX Aloe Vera Juice

,Mj,bedroom house.. Furnish. .01... Call .C1 .c.\ r.qS b. ... FILTER QUEENS
v 0ed. call 964-6214.. Itchg ( refundable ) 9n .. SEARS In the country.-
t.5/27 I-(714)569-024I( ) .xt. 4413 ,14i1 \ SUPPLY COMMERCIAL
,,,,VIED A LARGE HOUSE For for directory that shows # "% 'p8: COMPANY We all makes
nr.nIOf': sale. 4 BR. 2 BA. you how to purchase 24 ii 5-P0O' Contractors I . . .
egud.n. carport. workshop' hrs. May 27. June 3. 10. Aft.tIy_ feud, D>, 5eosb.iiweixe dwiM 4 864V.Temple : : o' Al Young's Can be seen it
",,, haln.llnk.d fenced 5/27 2tpd 6/3 Atit.spsei.H.SPTiMX WALDO FLEA MARKET
.uackyard, garden area.- MAM.*W01CIK_UIOd WI'"c ex' Ave.
MUST SELL 1973 Pinto Slnca 1957
l">SO per ma., first, lasti'a Runabout. Good cheap *Mfe t.If_ty U I WA< end ....... Starhe FI. 964-6918 ft SATURDAY
b plus leposlt. Call 964-5610. New battery Ikfct t mngi. Comm NO undora. M fans FREE ESTIMATES 0 BUILDING
transportation. .
hid & . . . . S .
b$1.J!tchg,5j27 $575. Call 9646271. eiqsius.Tese--........-.. GOOD REFERENCES SMksuertIIst. I

no?* 5/27 2tpd 6/3 '-" ted.kv .a oo>t .u VvoM* NC mvo 964-7081 t1l1l1 M US 301 _ _ _ ,

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l i KH Has Airport Authoritty, But Must Hire Enforcement Personnel: tI'

,. has authority to Keystone Heights have authority to Starke and Keystone Heights lies In and counties which are included in or resolution, as may be appropriate that Bradford County has authority i U ...
t Keystone rules' and Heights ordinances governing enforce ordinances under Chapter both Clay and Bradford Counties but the definition of a 'municipalitiy by penalties for the violation of sale enforce state or county laws: in th,j n

I' its adopt airport property but must appoint 332.08 states the opinion. the largest part Is in Bradford County Section 332.01(1)( substantian extraterritorial rules regulations and ordinances, portion of the airport that li# insic.;! ,j
the The jurisdicitional question arose to establish and and enforce said the :attorne !
j airport guards to enforce the rules. Keystone Heights has retained powers penalties prescribed Bradford County, says ()
states a May 11 opinion from the office Clay County Sheriff's Department as when it appeared there might be a operate airports,"said Terry citing a Or.other rules regulations and or- general's opinion may have Confuse..P if
:,\ of Attorney General Jim Smith in its law enforcement agency and has chance that one county or the other 1956 Panama City case. : of the municipality are en- the issue more than clarifiedat ',
Tallahassee. no police chief now. might receive funds from the sale of "Chapter 332.08(2)a)( ) expressly forced." The two sheriff's departments hav,\
Hardy said this week that arrests confiscated equipment from illegal provides that a municipality which "..however I must add that it is excellent working relationships bot,.'|
Sheriff Dolph Reddish says Bradford made by officers representing drug operations. A Clay deputy has established airports is authorizedto not the Police Chief of Keystone Sheriff Reddish and Hardy p'int OUI'I I;
County still has authority to enforce Keystone Heights may be illegal and sheriff confiscated a load of marijuana adopt and amend all needful rules Heights per se, that has the authorityto so it is doubtful that any quesjjon wi( i if''
county and state laws Inside therefore null and void. dumped at the airport which regulations and ordinances for the go into Bradford County to enforce arise over an arrest. Division of an I '.
that section of the airport which linesin But Hardy also said it is a possibility was turned over to Bradford County management government and use of ordinances adopted pursuant to confiscated property will be|]9ecidei', ..
Bradford County just as the county that Keystone Heights can appointthe for instance.In any properties under its control (Chapter) 332.08(2)a( )( ). Rather it is by a judge it was dccidedj in ai .
has authority to enforce county and Clay Sheriff's Office or the Bradford her opinion assistant attorney whether within or without the territorial the 'airport guards or police' duly appointed earlier meeting of official* Iron 1
state laws in Starke, Lawtey, Hampton County Sheriff's Department as general Terry states: limits of the municipality; to under the statute that have Bradford and Clay counties anti
or Brooker. The opinion changes its airport guards. "Chapter 322, the 'Airport Law of appoint airport guards or pollee. with that authority. Keystone Heights. |
nothin in the way the Bradford The 2,600-acre KH airport between 1945,' expressly grants municipaltieis full police powers; to fix by ordinance Hardy who steadfastly maintainsareas

sheriffs office operates inside the KH
airnort. Reddish says. J

't ; make Keystone and enforce Heights its has own authority laws inside to Nine Day Applications Available to HuntersThe I

the airport. Reddish says. .,
Bradford County attorney Dudley

Hardy requested an office opinion two from the 1982-83 regular nine-day and "Hunters who would like to hunt quotas is for the Ocala Wildlife are Avon Park Camp B landing requirements who would like to be included .
attorney general's on -
: questions special quota hunt applications will such high demand areas as Citrus Management Area. As part of the increased Aucilld Apalachrc St. Regis in the antlerless deer drawing!! 0/
be available to hunters on or before Camp Blanding, Joe Budd. Bull management program lot Bull Creek Three Lakes Citrus Salt for an area must submit a quota application I
i -Docs the City of Keystone Heights June 1. according to the Florida Creek Three Lakes Aucilla and ,he Ocala area the quota has beer Springs and Joe Budd. before the quota for thai
located in Clay County, have authority Game and Fresh Water Fish Commis Tosohatchec are encouraged to applj livided between the still hunt area All quota hunt applicants who apply area has boon filled. |
under Chapter 332.08 of the Florida sion. at the earliest possible date as th>' !nd the dog hunt area," White said. for and receive a regular nine-day or White said pursuant to a recent "'
Statutes to adopt rules regulations "Regular nine-day applicaltionswill quotas for these areas arc usually fill He explained a quota permit wouldbe special quota hutn permit durng the Commission decision all regualr nine- j '"
: and ordinances over the Keystone be available from county tax collectors ed/in the first two or three days of accepting required for the entire season on time period June 2 to August 6, for an day and special quota hunt permits rand 1
: Airport property which lies in Brad- I and their sub-agents. Special applications," White said. the dog hunt area. To allow the maximum area for which antlerless deer per- antlerless deer permits may be <
ford County? hunt applicaltions are available now Hunters who hunt the Lykes number of dog hunters use of mits are available and have indicatedin transferred from one hunter to 1
from the Commission's Tallahassee Brothers Inc., Nassau Citrus and their di&ignatcd area the quota for the the space provided in the application another this, }'('ar. To transfer a permit .,
Yes said the opinion prepared by and regional offices" said Eddie Ocala wildlife management areas dog hunt area has been divided into ( they would like to harvest from one hunter to another an individual ;,
Anne Curtis Terry as assistant attorney White quota hunt office director. will notice a change in the quotas! for two time periods. antlerless deer will be eligible to simply exchanges possession! -
general. The Division of Wildlife's quota these areas on the regular nine-da) Those time periods are November receive an antlerless doer permit for of the permit. A regular nincMlay orspecial j {
hunt office will begin accepting applications.The 13 through December 11 and that area. Antlerless doer permitswill quota hunt permit 'or an
Docs the police chief of Keystone regular nine-day and special quota quota for Lykes! Brothers Inc December 12 through January 9. be issued based on a random anllerless deer permit is valid for
Heights have authority to come into hunt applications postmarked no Wildlife Management Area has been Issued for eachtime period will be drawing from those applications. whomever has possession.! Quota permits :j
Bradford County to enforce ordinances earlier than June 2. Hunting licenses divided between the Fishcating Creek 3,700 quota permits. Hunters ac reminded that this year and anllerless deer permits I
which may have been passed and wildlife management area Unit and the Rainey Slough Unit. The White said that for the special hunt children under the age of 15 as well as although transferable may be used :'
under Chapter 332.08 ((2)a( )? stamps for the season will go on sale quota for the Nassau Wildlife application the only significant resident humors aged 65 and older by only one hunter at a time.

No the opinion states. Duly beginning June 1 at the offices of the Management Area has been divided change is the addition of the Tosohat- and resident hunters totally and permanently As a result of making quota .'
appointed -
airport guards or airport county tax collectors and their sub- between the dog hunt area and the chee State Environmental Reserve disabled are exempt from perlmits and antl
police not the police chief of agents. still hunt area. The nine-day quota for hunts. all quota hunt permit requirements transferable no duplicate permitswill
White reminded hutners that they the Citrus archery hunt has been Concerning antlerless deer permits except on the Avon Park Wildlife be issued. Lost stolen or
msut have a wildlife managementarea divided into one four-day period and they will be available for 10 Management Area and the Tosohat- destroyed permits or anllerless deer "
Inmate Strapp stamp to apply for special or one five-day period. wildlife management arras during chop Stale' Environmental Reserve permits may not be replaced.
Receives Five Years regular quota hunt permits. "The most significant change i'i this season. Those management Those hunters exempt from permit

thony Florida charged Wayne State in Strapp Bradford Prison was found County inmate guiltyas Circuit An-- Rep. Williams Attends World Civil Defense ConferenceRep. I

Court May 26 by a jury of three

men and three women. Strapp was Frank Williams of Crystal, meaningful level." "One reason is that the mere thoughtof relocate their people away from counterparts in another country. In
charged with possession of a weapor. Lake national president of the "Between 500 and 600 delegates nuclear war is too horrible to con- where our bombs would likely ex developing a proper civil defense we
by a state prisoner. American Civil Defense Assn., is at- from some 60 nations are expected tc template, so we feel helpless. we plode." are not escalating an arms race. We
Judge George H. Pierce sentenced tending the World Civil Defense Con- be represented at the conference, tune out. We develop an ostrich complex are making nuclear targets less and ,
Strapp to five years to run con- ference in Brighton England, Ma where leading CD authorities will and the only shelter we consider "Civil defense contributes to less rewarding and we tend to make ..
secutively with his current sentence. 24-26. Before returning home he will> meet to focus on a true civil defense digging is one large enough to hide defense balance by protecting our weapon buildups ineffective. Home :'
Strapp 20. is serving a life make an extended tour of all NATO renaissance" Williams said. our heads." people and our resources and not by defense is therefore a humanitarianeffort. ..

sentence for 2nd degree murder from countries in Europe and visit with "Conference speakers will include "If both countries agree than the threatening or destroying their ." Williams concluded. _
Dade County plus a five year sentence Civil Defense officials in Helsinki notables from governments around nuclear scales are balanced and war
from Bradford County for possessiorof Finland. The ACDA the the world and the western powers is prevented," Williams said. "The Cpl. Wayne Brooker His battalion spent six months "
a weapon by a state prisoner. ly journal of civil defense publishes in the U.S.on- will be challenged to come to grips problems with this approach is that Back from Okinawa overseas as part of the Marine Corps' ,
Strapp was in Bradford Count Williams said the objective of the with basic survival problems" the Soviets abandoned it more than Marine Lance Cpl. Wayne O. unit deployment program. The con- .,
Court last September when the jury conference is to stimulate an upgraded Williams said. ten years ago. They developed a civil Brooker son of James and Christine cept is designed to rotate whole ,;
found him guilty of battery of a law interest in population protection "With the possible exception of defense system they think will protect Brooker of Brooker Florida recently squadrons or battalions at a time instead :
enforcement officer and guilty of that will bring strategic defense Richard Nixon no individualor topic them from our bombs. Although they' returned from a deployment to of individuals at separate inter "
possession of a weapon by a state among NATO nations "up to a rcall) has received more bad press than are starting to build shelters their Okinawa.He vals. In this way, they retain their )
prisoner. Civil Defense" Williams declared. primary defense technique is to is a member of 1st Battalion 2nd unit integrity as well as shorten the tactual ;
Marines Camp LeJeunc. N. C. time they spend overseas.

I J.J.J.J.J.J. Keystone Heights Ads J.J.J.J. J. Bradford Bassmasters Tourney I

USED WILSON T-2000 tennis Set fQr Saturday Night, June: Starke:


WANT ADS SERVICES SALEDEERWOOD 473-4380 after 5:00: p.m.tfnpd The Bradford Bassmasters Club will be holding its second annual bass AdsFOR
BINGO. .AMERICAN 2/4 boat tournament Saturday night June 5, at the Kenwood Landing at Rod-
LEGION HALL, SR.21. HILLS 3-large man Dam with guaranteed and
CARPENTER WORK prize money trophies to the top 5 placers.
I Remodeling work kitchen Saturdays 7 p.m. Public In- bedrooms, 2-full baths HELP The tourney will run from 7 p.m. Saturday June 5, to 7 a.m. Sunday morn- RENT
I cabinets, and trim vited.4/1\ tfnchg doublewide M.H. on WANTEDHELP ing June 6. Entry fee is $50 per boat with checks payable to: Bradford County -
carpenter Reasonable 2-acres $27,000. Bassmasters care of Don Thompson 1633 Bay Circle West! t. Orange Park,
Closed division. Near .
prices. Call 4732477. 7.30a : WOODLAND DRIVE 3-BR, FL 32073.
LAKE LOT on land bottomed .m. 5:30: 5/1 tfnchg. meetings Monday 8 p.m. 1 Bath. 1,400 sq. ft. Central WANTED. EMPLOYMENT A/C new refrig. ..
lake Hillcrest., $800 p.m Open meetings Friday 8 SALES ,.
in CARPENTRY AND MASONRY H/A $38.000. Call Dealers. Prizes are as follows: fireplace, attached
down $146.44 p.r month. WORK Building patios, p.m. Alanon Monday 8 Keystone Heights Realty, Agents Salespeople. The 1st- $500 plus trophy. workshop. $275 per mo. ,r
Phon. 473-4058 or additions, remodeling p.m. All meetings at. Inc.. REALTOR 473-4961. Security and Protection 2nd- $300 plus trophy. plus deposit. Call 964-6968.evenings. ,
473-4367 after 6 p.m.5/1 Educational Building. Community tfnchg 5/13 business offers the most ,
home and tile, work. Freeestimates. 3rd- $200 plus trophy. Itchg 5/27
tfnchg or rewarding Incomes.
Phon. 473-4473 4th. $100 plus trophy. IN THE COUNTRY Two ..
LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- 4752130. 4/1 tfn chg. "Pre-Entry Protector"
Keystone Heights owner during. day. 4tpd 5/5 tfn OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo OPPORTUNITIES Burglar Alarms Free sth- $50 plus trophy bedroom house. Call after "
financed 12 percent inlerett. chg.LECTROLYSIS dues, fees or weigh Details Distributors. Box 5 PM, 9646504. 5/27 2'pd \
\E Is the -
lots on clear sand method of permanent only hair Ins. open meetings Tues. 14361 LRM. Orlando. Fl. Also, there will be a seperate Big Fish pot with a 100 percent payback of TWO 6/3 BEDROOM I HOUSE )
bottomed lake, pric.d to removal. Amy' Electrolysis day. 7:30: p.m.. St. Anne's WE NEED DEALERSfor new 32857 3lchg 5/13-5/27 money collected. .
Chain link
ell from $9,900. One to 470 LawrenceBlvd. Episcopal Church, stand-up cookbook. Free FULL-TIME MAINTENANCE 14 fish will be counted per boat with a 12 inch minimum measured on a months fence. First
five acres overlooking lake 473-7033 5/6 tfnchg Keystone Height Thurs details. Weist Publishing worker camp environ flat board. A one pound penalty will be deducted from total weight for rent plus deposit. I
(access available) with |FLORIDA'S FIRST COUNTRY day,9:30: a.m., Community Co.S.( Main St.). Dept S. ment. Must be responsibleand fish brought to the scales less than 12 inches in length. A bonus of 2 oz. will every be Call 964.U67iitchg? 5/27 I
nice trees from $3,600, VILLA Specializing In the Stat. Bank of Storke. P.O. Box 164. Englewood.Oh. willing to work. Call added to the total weight for each live fish. FURNISHEDAPARTMENTI,
$500 down, $50 a month. care of .senior citizens. 473.2790 or 9648587. 4/1 45322 4tchg 5/13 6/3 473-4516. 2tpd 5/20-5/27 Entry forms are available through Bassmaster club members 'Three, large AfocmiM ondbath.$135p..rpg. n
Commercial frontage-. 4752499. 5/13.5/27 tfn chg. pius U
3tchg BINGOlions Club $50 security depot,; No
Investment opportunity. across
SR-21N. Owner-salesman. CHILD children CARE in- Will care home.for from high school. 1< Union County AdsFOR pets. 'al1964.807j4;) Itchg

473-4375.5/1 tfnchg 473-3953. 2tchQ my 5/20-27 Tuesdays Early Bird 7 5/27- ; P'> '
IEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA p.m.; Regular. 7:30 p.m. ONE BEDROOM unfurnished
access lots from $5,500. CHILD CARE 2 years and Public invited. 4/1 tfn chg. RENT PERSONAL FOR SALE LOST FO U ND apartment.. $.'.yel' and
$500 down. $71.74 per older, only excepting a Need person to retrig. Coupl.only.Inquire
month. Discount on entire few off SR 21 North. FREE Whit. Poodle to good i MOBILE HOME 12X65 2 SERVICES 3 BEDROOM, 3 BATH help with expenses -' at Tackle' Box, 341 N. Tern- "
10 acres. On. Waterfronlot. Phone Robin at 473-3104 home. 4 year old male, bedroom, with washer CB/BRICK HOME With STOLEN OR LOSTI On & pie Ave Itpd 5/27 .
Call 473-4375. 5/1 after 7 p.m. 3tpd 527610Art g.ntl., loves kids. located north of Raiford CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES extra Mother's Day weekend. driving MOBILE HOMEThree
tfnchg Cia...., Instruction In 473-4630. Itpd 5/27 121 In Raiford city limit.on Free estimates. Local landscaped large swimming yard, severalout pool, Medium, size block female to Corpus Cristi bedrooms. Neat and clean.
CLEAN. COMFORTABLE 90" Call 431-1614. Itchg 5/27. distributes for completely dog mixed SpanielCollie.Hwy Texas. Leaving First last plus deposit.
painting sketching and buildings. with 2.5
gold sofa. Only $75. S.. at Need Windows Washed? washable nationally 'ocr.. 100, New River Bridgearea. $175 per mo. No pets. Call
craft. Ages 5 and located on SR 18 May 29. Frances
up. Need Yard Racked? advertised Cordsett
Monitor office or call REAL Reward for Information 964.8816. tod 5/27
..73.2210.5/ltfnchg Beginning June 15 Mildew off the house? Draperies. saw Enter. n.ar Worthington Springs. leading to and/or Rhoden. 496-2558. 2 BR TRAILER Furnished living .
30 FT. HIGH TV antennea. 473-4753. 2tpd 527603 Reasonable fee Call ESTATE pr....., Ed or Lama owner after finance Call return Phone 496-3491) room addition, to a
$45. Already disconnected. 475-1723 ask for Ch.t.I Stephen. 4962219. 2/4.496-3623 7 p.m. TFN ,after 6. Please call llchg ,Christian (lady preferred)
"73.2210.29 tfnchg I tchQ 5/27 LOOKING FOR a special 5/1/80TFN. who would be interested In
1961. Sleeps six. $t.20Oas U-Plck-Um Blueberries 60 don't hove it, I'll find it-Just FREE Providing you cleanup SYSTEMI International COW Bull Beautiful
Hampton for
exchange of
Is some work needed. OFFICE 51'ACllacingLawr.nc. cents a pound. Anna Apples ask....JANE S. USHER. and leave clear of oil ed engine (rec.ntly'ov.rhaul. Yearling, I'/a miles Lake Home 1/2 mile rent $250 port ,
) pump reel travelerand money. per mo.
$12. REALTOR 496-2126
475-2401 or see at Blvd. Next doorto ,a bushel. W.H. or debris. Farmers and
JasmineHighlandKeystone Andrews Drugs. Call Dukes, Grodin .496-2903 eves., "Your Dealers Bank, 496-2101. 2,000 feet of pipe in 20 West on Providence off US-301 on SR-18. Including utilities.
llpd 5/20 "73-3411.411 tfnchg. 659-2233.Itpd 1 5/27 Union County Realtor tfn TFN 527.BAIYSITTINGi. and 30 foot lengths. Rd. Owner salesman Melrose. 475-1261. "itpd
B NEW two foot wid. OFFICE SPACE single or 3/26. I would like, $I 1.000 cash. Also for phone 468-1243 even HOMES FOR RENTI 3 BR wth,
French doors 1/3 cost. double rooms ova,lable. Hill Creast 1 OR 2 ACRE LOTS: For .ale to keep your child In my sale-1973 Ford Truck 1970 496-3981. ings. AC, washer, dryer stove
Pressure Conner. New. Carpeted, paved parking. home. 10 x 55 mobile with or without mobil. home weekdays from 7 International Truck. 2Silver refrig., garbage disposal,
Several dozen jars cheap. Keystone Office Center $1.000 You down can afford It home. Water septic tank a.m. until 6 p.m. I have a 6 Edge ,John John D..r. dishwasher, $350 per mo.,
Gramwogons DeereModel
473-40 tod 5/20 475-2160 after 4 p.m. 4/18 owner will owner will finance Phon. year old boy who needs someone plus $350 security deposit.No .
tfn chg. hold mortage. Must be 4962308. TFN 4/29. to play with. I liv. No. 4400 Combine
3 BR
exception. ,'2 BA
JUKE BOX 1949 AMI good ,.R. 2 lATH. furnished moved 4751216. 2tchg 5 ACRES FOR SALEI 2 mile. between Lake Butler and with corn header Contact hou. In Saratoga .
condition includes 78 RPM mobile home 4-miles N.W.of 5/27 63Free southwest of Raiford on Starke In the New Riverarea. Farmers and Dealers Bank .. stove. $285 Heights.Refrig.

record collection asking Keystone off CIS. C.n. t C-793, paved rood fron Please call 496-3731 Mr.Monday-Friday Howard at, 9 496-2101 until. 2. mo., plus $283 security per
1500. 475-1839. 2tchg tral air.$220 per mo. tag. $1.600 per acre. and ask for Karen. 2tchg deposit. No exceptions.Call .
5/27 6/3 Keystone Heights Realty Estimates 781-5171 Jacksonville. TFN 5/27 6/3. Itchg 5/20. 964-8811 for appoint-
REALTOR 473-4961. 4/22 f3: 6 ounce Coca-Cola bottle YARD SALE Saturday. May FEED GRINDER REALTORJANE ment. 4/29 Ifn.
YARD SALEs Friday. Saturday tfnchg3N Expert from take Butler Price no 29. 830-4 and Sunday, Archway 450. $4,800. used S. USHER I ROOM FURNISHED
I apartment
and Sunday 5 miles LAKE GENEVA 1 BR, Living object. William V. Seifert, May 30, 8302. tots ofml.calloneous year. James Balkcom large screened
north of f SR 31 at Wood Rm Bath Kit.. partially P.O. Box 6222 St. items, baby 4962494. 2tchg 5/27 6/3. porch adults only
Creation near Spring lake furnished. Nice for singleor Yard Work Petersburg Beach. Florida Items, clothes ond washer. 1972 HONDA CL-450 Twincyclinder REALTORYour can be seen at 403 no'p.t.Walnut
Grocery. 473-2249 Itpd couple. 6 mo. lease. No |I 33736. 3tpd 5/13 5/20 5/27. Hwy. 100 by New Rive windshield$500.and Has small Union/ County Realtor Street or call 9648498.
5/27 Pels 51 SO First last security Bridge. Phone 496-3491 carrying 4/29 ifriFURNISHED :
HUGE SALE Saturday and deposit. 4752064. 5/13 475-1720 HELP WANTED Itchg 5/27. 3/27.box. Phone 496-2343. Itpd 360 N. Main St. APARTMENTS 2

Sunda?. Oinnet, linens, tfnchg HOTPOINT TWO OVEN 496-2126 4962903NEW bedrooms, living room
dishes mops, bar stools, ] * IN NURSES-IMMEDIATI INSURANCEMAINES RANGE $200. hot waterhcoter.ane kitchenette bath. No 'pels,
like I I I OPENINOSt 1 11-7 full or No children Elect. '
new, sofa chair.reclind.r. ; luafl.y lutll"'l year old-30 LISTINGS and
beds drapes. SEN VICES'S'la.4M1 Nurse port-time needed RN's, LPN's. OR INSURANCE AGIN- gallon $150 20 cubicrefrlgeratorfreeier Very neat and attractive CB home with add'l corner water furnished. Nice. Call
Twin Lakes Road off SR 100 Steve BroadwayTREE Contact Personnel for 7-3, Bradford shift.. CYi 160 S. Lake Ave., lake one lot. Shaded by many pecan tr.... Close to hospital. 964-5033 or 468-1338. Itpd
follow signs. Itchg 5/27 ; SERVICE County Hospital Butler 496-3978.: Complete year old-$600. large dining Shown by appt. only. Owner may flancn. to qualified 5/27 M
Insurance Service. TFN room table SI 50, fold buyer HAY FIEID 12 ocr... II.a.
Trans World Antique 25 to I 904-964-6000 7trhn 5/20 away Bermuda grass.
bed $20. Stop by R and W 5 Acres with some
Removal neor CA Roberts Rd., owner financed.
per cent off entire.. < Sales everyday, located bahia. Produce excellent
10-15 acres, financed.
tlon of fin. European and ; SR 121. Phone hay. Clifford Martin.
Trimming 496-3572. Home, business, Income 2'/
American property. acres very ,964.71"5.5120
antiques including Mr ha 537Classified 2tchg $/27
mirrored dressers, < Free Estimate Get Your GradSomething neat mobile home. Includes 900 ft, highway frontage.Has 3 B*. 2'}, BATHs, targe
sideboards, display ; : Ads add'l. roller site for income. Also Ig. commercial master BR. den with
.pln If MaJ.rV bldg. for shop or retail business. Call for fireplace,
cabinets, desk, country I Get ResultsCall appt. today. separate dining
41I1. 473-4732 I Great opportunity. room and
pine corner cabinets IpplIsussI =: Ii living room.
If you want a particular piece of home large kitchen with bar
chairs, wicker fable and ; Ien"lln4Ifn I and
more. Please no lay .' Centleta. After 5 P.M. for College r Janice business, don't hesitate to call us or come by. There dishwasher hugh shaded
away. Sale end June 5th. j Clap n.iht ere many unadvertised properties in Union County for lot with plenty of pecan
2tpd 5/27-6/3 .- v.4, Es.. 496-2261 sale. tr.... $350 plus deposit, by
I-u-UII itiutiti tr hush appointment 7823741.
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Color I Motorcycle. Runs good Azaleas, $1.50 gal. can 24x36", :25 cents each. Us.ed LP GAS family owned Information Dallas
-s-: TV' Asking $600, wllnegotiate. Locatec In Houston Overseas /ruiil1ec9at'
, Roses shrubbery printing newspaper. REPAIR: road service, and operated we striveto
} Antenna'sSpec. Call 473-7 IK 2 miles north of Lawtey or Great for minor repair and 24 give better prices and Alaska. $15.000 to $40.000,. ,
In receivingChannel' after 6 p.m. and onytlmweekends. US301. Look for signs. lobs. Bradford County pick up delivery service, w. solicit.customers possible ((312) 741.9780.1 I
30 & 47 4/8 tfn 7823972. 4/1 tfn. Telegraph 9646305. tfn hours. Average 1 day ser to own their Ext. 4258. Call .' .4 : H-V IjREALTY,

782-3577 1978 SUZUKI lOOt 230C 3 M COPIER: Model 209 CARPET, NEW & USED: Furniture vice. 964-7553. 3411nIILL'S sell rent 5/13 4 Ipd 6/03 -yCECELU I
tanks. We or
miles. $595. Call 473-2214 & appliances SAW SHOP Compl.tesharpening NORTH FLORIDA MENTAl *
( Very good condition many) V ,*
otn 7 prn3 service, circular tanks and furnish HEALTH CENTER A
Hn 5/20 tfnHONDA supplies. $400, cat Plumb. fixtures and pipes an IB
75 DIRT BIKE: Excellent 964.5606.4/15 tfn BARGAIN CENTER. US-301. hand carbide, cylinders. 259-6810, tlcipates expansion of ter ,It PHONE 964-7776 ....
YARDSALEHOUSE condition, call oftei FIBERED ALUMINUM ROOI So., 9646679. 2/5 tfn chain mower blade hollow 782-3349.5/4 4tchg 5/27 vices to the chronically '0.'

5 p.m. $200; 964.8091- COATING $29.95 per 5 gal DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN ground and ..balanc.d.Leav. NEED EXTRA MONEY? Interviews mentally III. Position requirements unu 205 N. Temple I S tar k -
Itchg 5/27 Flbered Snow Whlt HOUSE 301 South. at Jackson Building are being' taken for include w

OP IARGAINS: Se. 1980 SUZUKI GS 450 I: Excellent Mobile Home Roof Coating 964.6740. We buy and sell Supply in Starke, Keytsone Avon Representatives. Call Bachelors or Masters I IWE'RE

Ing Is BelievlngI 212 Call condition and gas; $34.95 per 5 gal. Stork used furniture and .ap Heights or Lake Butler. Ramona Craps., 7823068. degree In related field, ITS INCREDIBLE WITH PEOPLE

;.S,., 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m... mileage. New rear tire. Paint Center 964-8181 pliances. 8/13 tInRECONDITIONED TFNchg 5/27 2tchg 6/3 plus relavant experience.For I PEOPLE IN TOUCH

,f t'Ya'll com ... w* at our new battery 6,900 miles ELECTRIC B-B-QUE grillsnew. TV'S: Colors ALCOHOLICS LAWN MOWING Stark, information or appointment SPECIAL

f n.w location. 3/1Btln $1300. Call 9646805.. 5/2i On stand, $40; table starting at $100.00. ANONYMOUS: Phone lawtey and Lake Butler contact Kathy brick home on one landscapedacre
'rRIDAY. MAY 2B. 9 AM til 5 31chg 6/10 models $25 Call 964.5251 Trade-in's welcome. Phone 964-5148 or 9647619. areas. Call 4311434. Itpd Branscome at 7526706. Attractive
1"PM. 134 E. South$., Iota of 1981 SUZUKI GS 450 Lt 9
I'. kids clothing misc. llchc actual miles. Excellen GRASS SEED: Argentina FIREWOOD: White oak and SEWING TFchg MACHINES BATHTUBS t SINKS Building Lake City, Fla. 2 Ba, CHftA, fireplace screened porch.: 2 car

1"! 5/27 condition and MPG Bahia 50 to 1.000 lb. lots pine, $5 per truckload REPAIRED: All makes Refinished in your home. 32055. AA/EEO. 5/202tchg paved driveway stove. refirg., D/W,
"I SATURDAY ONLY AM 1115 Silhouette wrap-around Dr. 964-6411 Oak 4x4's. $30 half cord. 5/27
WTM.! Lot of items to choos fairing, crash bar, styl MINI Penmnqton TRAMPOLINE for Indoor Call Sunshine Acres cleaned, oiled and ad. Guaranteed Free WANTED FOR BUSY PROFESSIONAL carpet. drapes, 2 ceiling fans, R26 ceiling R/19
Also bath tubs
*'i'from, 4'/imiles west or.SR16 bar, back rest Shoe jogging $75. Approx. 964,7699, or come out between justed. $15. Work estimates.and shower tile, OFFICE Receptionist walls. cedar bookshelves this Is a honey for

';')!. Forr.st Hgt,. Cal fiberglass trunk, $1675 4 ft. x 4 ft. Call 964.7910\ 9.30 am. and 2:30 guaranteed James sinks, Ultra.Glaze. Call Various duties. the I .
cleaned mono
'I, II 9647131. Itpd 5/27 Call 485-1541. Graham COASTAL HAY Delivered p.m. and we'll load for Strickland corner MorganRd. Neat In appearance. Good
SATURDAY. MAY 29. from 5/27 2tchg 6/3 $2.25 per bale. Call you. 1/28 tfn and Hwy 16. TFNchg 9648903. 3/11 tin personality Some typing SPECIAL
,:,rt/10 AM til 5 PM. 208 West l 125 TKM PENTON Endurt 19045299003. MAGNAVOX COLOR TV CHAIN LINK FENCE: Install DAVID'S COMPLETE ROf. skills. Prefer over 30 and Owner financing at 12'/. for a well maintained

,..J!.Pratt Street. tpd 5/27 w/lighting kit. 964 882 1-9042845111 S/064tchS 25". AM/FM Stereo. ed. Free estimates. HandyMan FLER Family Hair Care permanent resident home on Lake Bedford. $63,500 with

'1JF)} YOU MISS our 4 family evenings., Itpd 5/27 ALESIA HAY: No weeds Phono. Excellent condi Fence Co, 9648559. Cuts.Perms.Sets.Colors. 9 Phone for appointment, Home has
bl-tale 1 May 29,. your lost. 7th Highly fertilized. $2.50 per tion. Call 964 8903. 5/20 tfnpd 982TYPEWRITER AM 9 PM. daily except 964.6334 or send resume to $20,000 down payment. approx.

V. house on right post WANTEDGOOD bale. SR225. off Hwy. 100 FRESHLY CUT Coastal Bermuda REPAIR: Call Wed. A Sat, 9 AM to 6 PM. RECEPTIONIST P.O 1600 sq. ft. with 100' of beautiful beach.

nIl/hospital./ '. East Call St., Call 9647789. 5/06 tfn Hay $2. Call the Offic. Shop 110 W. '37 f W. Mocclenny Ave.. Drawer A Starke Florida. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
"browse around. Itemg S-V GALV. HOOFING] 468.1395 or 485-1037. 5/20 Call St., Starke for details Macclenny. 2596277. 4/8. 32091. 5/20 tfn
:M "never before show. hi fl.bicycles. ,,. PRICES PAID for used 527EXPERIENCED JOB INFORMATION! Cruise EXECUTIVE HOMES
8 8tpd
6'$3.65; 74.45; -$5 03,; WELDING EQUIPMENT Four 9645764. tfn
ft. ft
original'pain- mobile homes if mortgage Ship Jobs Also Houston Beautiful brick home with 1 ac.. approx. 2800 sq.
95.72; 10'$6.41ir$7.10. : acetelme tanks 2 oxygen GLASS CUT TO ORDER: CARPENTER:
.t.i': tings. clothing, furniture, Is 3/4 paid or more. OLIN! ; 12'-$7.79. W. tanks In various sizes. All Doors. windows, etc. will do general repair Dallas. Overseas |obs. $58,500 assum. mortg. ot 11'/ % '
':'Tfyou name It, w. will have MOBILE HOME SALES, manufacture JacksonvilleCall personal ownership tanks. work. Rooting, and pain. 312.741.9780 Dept. 1208. .Large brick CHIA home. 2300 sq. ft. on 4 lots near
9645606. 7 day: JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY 8'/.. Stove, refrig., D/W,
riTMt for sale llpd 5/27 Open toll free New refrig. torch hoses Call 7823669. 56I Phone Call Refundable. school Keystone. Assu. mart.
Orders also ting
rSAT.: MAY 29: Children weekly. TFchg 18003422702. 4tchg and gouges. All for $200. 9646078. 5/27 4tpd 6,17ESTABLISHED compactor. disposal, ceiling fans. frplc., greenhouse.
& TIRES 2 axles + 4tir.s. taken In Lake BUtler, my '
.Li r.-clothes.: furniture AXLES : NEW WEED EATER: Mukl' Call Wm Dowling, FIRM looking'for What a way to Live. Luxurious brick home near Country
all Sue
day or nIght.
496-3079 and ages
material loads ol We pick-up $100; Keystone
executive .
secretary Club well
sell. New price. $284. Will 9648106. I Itchg 5/27 designed.Quoltty
9647800. 5/6
household goods. 4'/. mi. You deliver $125. Olin: sell for best offer. Call RUDD 3'/ TON central air Heights 473 4973 2/26 tfn Starling with tome accounting Choice. Magnificent Ig. home. Country Club. 3

north of Stark. Elsie Nor Mobile Home Sales Hwy 9647910. 5/06 tfn conditioning unit. $275, BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK 4tpd 527PRIVATE knowledge Excellent BR, 3 B. HUGE fam.rm., frplc., 2 lots circle driveway.
man look for sign. Ttpd 100 W Starke. 964-5606 TIRES: 4-steel' belted. 13' Call 9646587. Itpd 5/27 SERVICE: Bradford County CHILD CARE in my working conditions for the LAKEFRONT GET YOUR FEET WET

5/27 TFchg $75; Ford Form Tractor 600. SOFA ft SWIVEL CHAIR: residential pump-outs. home Newborn to pre. right person looking for a Beautifully wooded lots 4 ft 5 Geneva Creek. Appros. 1
THIS SATURDAY at Encor. WORK WANTED: Christian $50. We also re-lay dram school. Lunch snacks good future with a
Good condition. Blue growing both.
Perfect condition $2.850: Ac. each. Emery Lane, $15,000 ea. or $28,000
9 5. All lady will do housekeeping lines Phone 964.8121. fenced ploy yard. Limited Salary commensurate .
321 N. Temple One Row John Deere Tractor scotch guard fabric. $75 company. Silver lake. 83' 4 BR, 2 BA fenced large enclosed shed
'{'clothes: on sidewalk under and laundry misc. and some cultivator for both. Call 964 6488 S//28 IlnchgPROfESSIONAL openings. Call 9645610.LOCKSMITHBURGLAR. with' experience. covered .
picnic ar.a.Lot
Send letter with address
"vil" $1. Regular priced clothe and name numbe equipment. $850. Call after 530.; Itpd 5/27 Car Clean- Send resume to P.O on Geneva Creek with beautiful oak trees. 14000.
, ,
1.pric. 1/2 phone 1971 AMBASSADOR 4 door Service Cleaned, ALARMS 24 Hrs Snrvlce. Drawer A. Starke Fla.
:).wIth green tags are 782-3239. 5/20 2tpd 5/27 Ing : f. 2 Ac.$110,000.Bedford .
to L.B., 2317 Sleepy Hallow Custom built home Little' Lk. Santa
s r!:-' this week only. Win Dr.. Starke. Fla. 32091 1971 DATSUN Pick.up. In sedan. Only 45,000orlgnol washed, vacuumed. 9645849. 1520 South 5/27 2tchg 63Classified U.-Owner fin. 77000.
'; also have lots of misc good running condition; miles. Excellent sanitized, and deodorized. Walnut St.. at the Outfit'
ONE OR TWO ACRES Silver lake: 2 BR, 1 BA. $350 Mo. Rent or Buy.
:oil items. Ya'll camel) Itpd 1978 Plymouth Volare In condition; Sears tractor $7.00, pick.up and ters. 5/13 IfnEXPERIENCED Ads BUY NOW ft PROFIT LATER
Cleared good drainage, mechanical condition lawn mower. good cond.; 8 delivered PAINTER.
,1'1 Ii 5/27 top : or your place.
suitable lor home site, Get ResultsCall Lake Butler-One beautiful acre with double wide Nice
shallow well cu. ft. refrig good work.
pump. Call 9647276. ask for Den Neat work, fiee estimates.
Must front paved road condition. Call swimming pool.
964-71S4 Underwood Ing nis. 12/10 tfnFAMILY Reasonable rotes Interior
four to five miles south or Motel 1 tchg 5/27 9648071. Itchg 5/27 Bessent Rd: 3 BR, 2 BA CH/A.
II II!" HAIRDESIGNERS exterior Paul call Sylvia
west of Starke. TRANSWORLD ANTIQUES: FRESH DILL: 50C a bunch. 'CB 3 BR, I'/t B, with pretty wooded acre lot In town, excellent
\): 964-5177. Itpd 5/27 9646305asie
,,, !Jr MOBILE Reasonable. Reply to: Rt 25% to 50% off entire Call 964.8170, 8:30: til 5 PM; 144 W. Call St. condition some financing $41,000.
: 4. Box 163 D Deland. Fla selection of fine European after 5 call 9647581. Itpd Frame, 3 BR, pecan trees, 239.17' on paced SRD-18. 1.635
; w HOMES 964-7303
3272p. 1 Ipd 5/27, and American antiques. In- PORTABLE FEED GRINDER: Ac. High & Dry. $23,500. Good Buyl)
: rJ:: FOR SALE eluding: mirrored Archaway 450. used one Open JL Owner Financing In lawtey, 3 BR CH/A. Approx. I 1500
.1.11' T.W.&F. 9 til 5:30 c4ai9
MISCELLANEOUSFREE dressers, sideboards year $4,800. James sq. ft. Stucco on lac. pv'd. driveway, garage.
:tI> f Balkcom 4962494. 5/27 Thurs. II AM till PM
display cabinets desks 7.99 Ac. on Forsythe Rd. 14x60' MH. metal barn. pecan,
ii! I'HAMPTON AREA Suitable 2tchg 63STANLEY Sat. 9 AM til 3 PM Realtor
pine corner
KITTENS: To gooc peach apple trees. Grapevine. 38000.
.. Jor couple. For Information AppointmentsNot
cabinets chairs, wicker
home. 3 females one 'Lots 63 ft 65 Cypress St. Crystal Lk. Homesites. $4.900.
-voH Hampton 4681133. tables and more. Please no Always Necessary 904-782-3931
distinctively, marked Calico l '809 N. Westmoreland-Nearly new. Assum mtg.
5/27 2lpd 6/3 layaways. Sale ends June PRO. 1/7 IfnADD
and two silvers with varied I Excellent commercial prop. Many uses. Approx. lac.
white markings. All off cc-. 5. Trans World Antiques. DUCTS FOR SALE. A BEAUTIFUL DECK to i- THESE SPECIALS! w/155 ft. on 301. Steel bldg. Extras too numerous to list. "
: LAND tionote, playful and litter 10.5 Mon.Sot. 117 NW I6lk Call your home. SS,SO per sq Good "
a ,party. ,, I CjorjUUe.rc.lol.; with 120 ft. on US-3QJ. buyl
9IARALE= Troei'd ..FREkittliit4eiTstructiens. !I I"t J. 'sjooir.Ave..t Dainaillei-" 9o4-or932. Karerf' ._.'ivlncWwi\ Jiattted: lumber ", -e-BQ.z2-eA-Mobil hom..-J 1Itc'r .: =.. Geneva lake Estateswooded Vt 'ac': lots;terms. Clean
o \ "f' 964.6087 far Information REFRIGERATORIWestinho'JSe. Griffith. estimate.. lawtey mfg.. 76500.
615 Mellon Terrace-See to Appreciate
5 ACRES Two miles SW of FREE PUPPIES: Two tar Avocado,, 7823330. 4/8 tIn *2 3ff. 2 BA mobile/ home 4 Ac. 48500.
Railord C-793 Paved hound puppies. 3'/i mos. frost-fre. 16 ft. side by '-----1.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- *5oerai, wefl pump seprfc utility power pole, tcrnd, St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer pa.k.5 ?
. on $1,600 old. Call 9645739. Itchg side. $200. Call 964.8105. .:<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< porch. $15.000 Acres near Hampton. Well dec. pole, septic tank.
Joad frontage. perocre. CYPRESS MULCH by th 4.78 Acres on 230A and Wilson Rd.
Jacksonville FREE TO GOOD HOME: 4 *10" Georges take w/lake access, f,500.
, yard. For delivery cal : $25,000 30 Ac. $21.000. '40 Acres New River. High and rolling.
f' mos old German *2'/ Ac. $6,250; 10 Ac. ; ,
j .*?.781.5171. 5/Otfn Shepherd. Good with 964.6320, after, 3pm.. HELP WANTED g Commercial bldg.:, 2,000 so;. h floor space 12000. DON'T WAIT TO BUY REAL ESTATE

children. Good watchdog. Monday thru Wednesday,, f Ac. lot In Stark. Si.000, 6 Ac. lawfey 10500. BUY REAL ESTATE & WAIT I
:'"I'J,1-, BUSINESS Call 9644063. I Itchg 5/27 and 8 AM til 8 PM. Thursday ; Gainesville Sun Route Carriers 3 BR, 2 BA home 9.29 Ac., 58000.

.t!OPPORTUNITIES, thru Saturday. 5/27 needed for Starke, Lawtey Raiford.J! J 2.3 Ac.. Country Club. $20,000. let lawfey. $2,300.
FURNITURE: Excellent Condi *3 flR I IY 0A Hwy. 100 SE 44500.
,n. I.. CARS tion. Low prices Cal Must have reliable car and posts{ .3 BR 1 BA. Hwy. 301 $25.000. Classified Ads I

.,;.Wl NEED DEALERSfor new 9648091 or 964.8749. Itpd cash bond. P.O. DRAWER HLAWTEVDealerWILDERNESS Get Results
'''stand-up cookbook. FreeT TRUCKS 5/27 ; 4 h. LOG HOMES ..S 1 Shop & Compare!! I
Also door door solicitors need-A:
,.. details. Weist Publishing to

)rlo COmpany ((5. Main St.) 1979 CHEVROLET Half ton ed for Starke Call 9648170. _ _ _ _ _ Spccuil Insur.uut' rorClassLjled
,!'t \Dept.. S... P. O. Box 164.Engl.wood. pick-up. Auto, transmission. FOR area. Ads Mobile Homo I'.irks
Oh 45322. Top condition. Cal PINE FOREST .
.t. Get Results homeowners
# All of
32UCSX13'4tcchg6/03 5332066. after 6 PM. 5/20 SALE t\prs

d1e 9.' .,.r tin .-' t- APARTMENTS polities forSTEEL

".Oq9U 1977 CHEVY BLAZER: Air Dishwasher, protable. ,.'f Classified Ads BUILDINGS 1-2 & 3 Bedroom ApIS. mobile homes.
"F'OR'RENT PS. PB, excellent condition. ModernMaid, never --- ------

II3MTRAIA' .. LoW mileage $4450: used $150; Scars 30 Get Results ,All new Buy direct. From 130" to "275" Call for Quote *
no MOBILE Call 4732214. 5/20 tfn cu. ft, upright white FOR Olin's Mobile

ult i* .MIWWAMAN.OR tV,HOME>ria"spdces'PARK mobile' for homes rent. 1971 good FORD condition CUSTOM, $500.500 5/20 Clifford : In cu.freezer ft., $125 refrig.; Sears w/top 15 RENT I BRADFORD LIME Other 48x72x14 sizes$1.99 available sq. ft. 1II: !: : 1530 W. Madison I Home Sales

rbll' Martin 9647145. freezer, avacado, I ROCK SALESDroinfleld : Phone 964-6312 Elaine M. Olin Agent
Rh !: : ,vehicles 2tchg 5/27 3 shop spaces, 1200 Call toll tree 1-80O-3424301 (QUAL HOUu.
$125 Sears mini-bike.
welcome. Phone M68 2912. ; Rock.
1978 NOVA 4.door. air condition ft. Ideal for Opp-oIIy 964.5606
MIJjU; .,'> sq. ea. .
9rlsuIy 5 hp. $150 Schwinn ---- --- -
$ ;; .
V.8 engine. 350 Bldg sands & I
no HOUSE cEEPINa" ond 'sleep- CID.. Lawtey Police car girls bike, 7-speed, $25. contractor light
'" '1h9'I'room.TV' ; arid clr.nT 1973 Jiarley.Davldsonmotorcycle Call 964-5801. mfg., repair shop or Grovel

" tfnderwoda1 Motet 3 mitesNorth''bf'StarVe1 j 1 1200 C.C. electric 7823172. NEED LIMITEDTIMEONLYMONEY
storage. _ _ _
,, 'or, ,. Hwy. glide. good condition.Bids HOMES CALL 3 BP BPIGK X7ENEEIJ>2 BATH GH/A
>" 1fiOli i 10/9 tfn must be in city clerk's''' HOME ?
'o.S BR? 1 BA LIVING ROOM. office by noon June 7th. FOR SALE 1.904.772.7980Classified MOBILE A PORT UTJLITY l bOM .,. Ak'PETINC5
Use Your Home
"i Kjdtning room & kitchen The city reserves the rightto SERVICE POLES ,
< "* central heat and air. In' refuse any and all bids. 100AMP Equity. We make ON YOU LOT' :
Hampton. Phone 4681779. _
make the bids
.it|Il (1st months rent In adit seperate. Lowtey Clerks BR. 1 BA home with II ft. '180.00 1st & 2nd Mtgs. $29 500.00Callusforaquote

vonce,))5/7 tfn Office, P.O. Drawer G. ceilings; wooden floors; 3 200 IMP 964-6863 PHONE 964-6853

".LAKEfRONT RENTAL 2 BR, 1 lawtey, Fla., 32058. 5/20. fireplaces. S acres, fenced Ads _'250.00 _
.t-j'BA on Crosby Lake. Par. 2tcgh 5/27 and cross-fenced. Many Get Results 964.5010 .

.o l"ally furnished.'On. yrs. JEEPS. CARS PICKUPS from extra 73500. By owner. Call Anytime LON HAMP HOMESING

.) 'tiJease. $225 per mo. Weigel $35. Available at local' Lowtey. 782.3054. 4/15 tin 461-1117 WalddS ,

?, Realty Inc., 282-5201.1/28 Gov't Auctions. For Directory BY OWNER: 3 BR, 2 BA cedar -

hJtl'n; call 805-687-6000 Ext. home great room split PIONEER Well STAPKE FLA
,."'KITCHEN/EFFICIENCY I 1211. Call refundable. 5/20 plan. fireplace, screened

,'i... ROOMS for rent Call Temple at low 4Ipd 6/10 porch, 14,2 master ELECTRIC CO Drilling 11m t J3'4 I AVAILABLE '
Weekly rates. 1973 CHEVROLET IMPALA bedroom with greenhouse. Ceiling Fans & .
'+vovMot.i. 9647357. 2/18 EOW Body and engine In good Many extras, owner financing I .1 ;; IF YOU QUALIFY _
Trailer Poles 2" thru 6"
:la.VALMS APARTMENTS Fur. condition. $800. Call Drlvsrt _ _
low Interest 56000.
am nlshed efficiencies and 1 964.8091 or 9648749. Itpd (3054512731.) 5/2qjfa< 782-3065 I or Heavy EquipmentOHnlKt Fast Rotary IKE'S SAW -
>..KfiR opts., weekly or mon- 527SURPLUS .. _ _ _ I JIM iKMfTllFM &
BR 2 BA ISOO-MZMM (Behind Pow.ll's Why You Need...
elngSTUDIOS.2313 N. Temple sell for'under fully carpeted State Licensed Diary
oq Av.., Starke. 3/11 tfp9/02 $50. Fat many Info ((312)931.1961) home. CHI A, court yard "' . . . Freeze)
,trCLEAN MOBILE HOMES for Ext. 2729. 5/27 4tpd 6/17 polios. On S acres of land. WANTED TREE SERVICE SALES SERVICE I Aloe I vera-
......r.nt. On Hwy. 16 E. Close MERCURY COUGAR 75000. Call 964-6433. : Pumps Chain Saw* A
iniaJo prison..
4/1 Ifn"cNOIILE Good work car. $300 call New & Used .
HOMES FOR RENT, 944-8338. tad 5/27 W. Buy 1st & 2nd Tree Service SalesepartseService

:>ei,. "/nil from Stark. city, 'U BUICK INVICTA Convertible I Call for VACUUMSALE Thousands taking for arthritis,
Mtgs. us a
Clean. Hwy. 16 E,' w/red interior LICENSED INSURED E-Z TermsPlumbing
itdolirnlts.: 468-1323.. 4/1 tfn white . .. . ... . rheumatism, ulcers, indigestion,
'gnl-Call, A/C new paint etc. quote. FREE ESTIMATES low
overweight skin hairNew
SXRAILIR ON KINGSIIY Beautiful car $2995 or best; II4.111l : 964-501 ((904)) 732-4354 NEW & USED energy, ,
air con.
offer Call 9647682. 5/27 Collect . .
for the sum 1 We Finance Our Own
-Ttdilloned, rent
; tfn :2tcha 6/3 ,Lake City..FloridaContractors InSt1iiaiif1; ; Guaranteed to be
". "!,,.r. Call 533-2366. 171 FORD Pick.up. Auto. KIRBYS
st..A BR HOME )'/i baths ,trans.. LWB. A/C, good Remodeling Repairs ROYALS the'

'...., 'efrlg. and stove. Hamp3 condition. $1500. Call . .,. . . EUREKAS purest strongest.

:3 ton. $250 per mo. No pels 9648979. Itchg 5/27 .,q DnrrcutcePUMP HOOVERS
b 'r468-2339. 5/20 2tchg 5/27 CARS $20011 TRUCKS $15011 I and .. best tasting
OUTH THOMPSON STi Two Available at local govern.melit o' "'A' . . . ... ELECTROLUX Aloe Vera Juice

)bedroom house. Furnish"ed. sales Call : &: & FILTER: QUEENSSUPPLY .
.rrr call 964- 214. ltchg'n ( refundable ) \ ..9Q.S"' SEARS In the country.:

llfti.5/27, -(714)569-0241( ) ext. 4413. COMMERCIAL
EEO A IARGI HOUSIT For 'f1'" t'c-S
> for directory that thaws COMPANY We all makes
sale. 4 BR, 2 BA -. . repair
U'r.nt or you how,to purchase. 24 . .
.a.0den carport. workshop. hrs. May 27. June 3, 10. lIS'Y l sra.w.w t&s4. Hn ikm tfwr 864V. Al Young's Can be seen at
",...chain-linked fenced 5/27 2tpd 6/3 __...-.""*"pan.HAPPY IMi WALDO FLEA MARKET
backyard garden area. MUST SILL 1973 Pinto = MOKM'o uu4 Mti( -a.m w : Temple Ave. Since 1957
>350 per mo., first. lastL'plusdeposit.Call9645610. Runabout. Good cheap nta 4 ff.rtv ky U I irA pml .DM. Starke Fl. 964-6918
::: New bat lido,AMIS*. Cmnm NO 1 bnfan. At fmtac : FREE ESTIMATES BUILDING
transportation. ..4. 5 ........ . ,. . . . .
b.L.!tchg 5)27 tery. $575. Call 9646271. ,.__.........,wri... GOOD REFERENCES .. 3M11MS1SI '
nose 5/27 2lpd 6/3 "e5ae ..Oat I* _... NCJKK I 964 ,061'I Stark M US 301 _ _

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Coronet 100% Vinyl
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t I meltnntttb Section May,27,C 198? The Social Side Of The efti; : r. ii I

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( a.u Frank Shirley Celebrates

Mrs. Keith Carter rH Retirement and

\. Honored at Luncheon :62 BirthdayFrank

"" Mrs Keith Carter of Miami, fccchi ;, Shirley of Starke was
bride was honored at a luncheon held honored on two occasions! recently IS '
at the Holiday Inn Restaurant! Satur acknowledging his retirement on -
,: day at noon. Hostesses for (ho event; i April 1st after 41 years! of !service to $ I It
were Mrs. Joan Chitty Mrs. George; lI'rcul's.lnc. and also honored on his r :
'" f fr Flynn Jr., Mrs. Ann Godwin Mrs. 62nd birthday on April 10.
Jim B. Godwin, Mrs. Betty Anne I F .
.i Phillips Mrs James R. Reddish! and
I II Mrs. Janet Turner. The Hercules Maintenance* Shop
Guests were greeted in the foyer by located on Alton toad ga't''rank a
.' retirement! dinner His! fellowemployees
Mrs. Godwin and Mrs. Phillips, and
I and supervisor! presented\
were served appetizers by Mrs. Reddish -
I Sealed at the head of the Frank with a gold sledge hammer and
U-shaped! luncheon table were the ', a rocking chair as reminders of his
.( honored guest, Mrs. Carter; her > 'j ,. '. laborious years and of more relaxing
mother, Mrs. Robert Vaughan of p L .. .\, ..1' years to come. Previously retired
Tampa; the grooms mother and ;" ,.., tl\.. ,- fellow employees also attended I\ (he

grandmother, Mrs. Maxic Carter, Jr., >' ,, dinner Hercules, Inc acknowledgedFrank !
.J and Mrs Maxie Carter, Sr. .;i with a framed certificate\ of
The luncheon table was covered ': !>(service and a personal lour of ihe

," .,..-- --w."... with a white linen cloth. Centering the I, '.., plant in Brunswick Ga C'intlj I. l\\...n

:Michelle :\1(')l'f head table was a wicker basket! t ., "
UrewBarryMichelle \ holding an arrangement of multicolored '
silk blossoms. Fresh! ivy and ; \ The second occasion was a retire Cindy Lawson

!summer blossoms were arranged ., men! birthday dinner given! byFrank's Daniel HildebranTo
down the center of the tables In- family held on April at the
Drew Barry'Engagement dividual name cards marked the Okeefenokee Swamp Slate Park nearFolkslon Wed Aug. 6Mr

Told sealing arrangement for the guests.! Ga 27 relatives\ I attended! in [ .ind :Mrs! DavulK: Lawson and
The guest of honor was presentedwith eluding Frank's daughters and their Mr and I :Mrs Gary' F: Hildc-hrun of
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Meyer of the wicker basket arrangementof families Mr and :Mrs KuvsellMcDonald Slaike announce I he engagement! and
'West! t Palm Beach announce the !silk multicolored Spring flowers as ( of Lake Purk Ga and approaching marriage! of their
engagement and approaching marriage a memento of I he luncheon. Invited to their !sons, Ku.sly t and Gate Mr: and Inldren., ('\ nit trio Su/aiine Daniel
of t heir daughter, Michelle Ann share this! occasion with Mrs. Carter Mrs! Man land Dumpier of Itryt ('\ I Ill' Kclwarcl '
to Andrew Jackson! Barry II, !son of were \twenty-six! friends. Attending and children (Cindv and Dale. Buy d\.
Mrs. A.J. Barry and the late Dr. from out-of-town were Mrs. Vaughanof Melody. Clhp and LaChanda. and Mr.
Barry of Starke. Tampa; Miss Denise Vaughan, .. rs and Mrs Arnme Gibson of Slarke and The wedding I is planned for AUIIi! (i
Miss! Meyer graduated from Forest! t !sister 1! \ of the bride from Gainesville] ; .sons. Josh and Ctiad. ,al H p in al ho I :Madison Street Baptist -
High School in West Palm Beach andis and Mrs. John Anderson of Callahan. \., i I I Church with a reception following!
presently! attending Santa Fe The retirement c.llIll'ld a replica ,in the* church fellowship hall.
Junior College ..f ) of tree :stumps and a hull dozer and No:: invitations/ au IHMII).' sent hut
Mr. Barrry graduated from St. ," L" .,. rocking chair on a higher Her The ,all fiu'wKancI relatives are inv lied IIIalll'lId.
John's Country Day School in Orange Linda Robinson r birthday cakab fashioned. as a keg! .

", Park and plans to enter the University j. Shower HonoreeMiss .", ., '., ,.. of nails: and topped with a bewildered
t of Florida in the fall looking little man wilh a sure thumb
A November wedding! is planned. Linda Robinson July 5 bride- ''< on one hand and holding! I lie culprit,
-- .. ? ,
i elect\ was honored at a miscellaneous I XL "II"'IL ... the hammer in Ihe other hand The

I bridal !>shower !Monday, !May 17, at .JtfMr.: and :.Mrs.}Billy Cnanii take read "Our Favorite H.indy Cathy Norman Wins
the home of !Mrs. Tom Casey: Crosby Man[ He received many whimsical! Honor in Florida
Macy Stephens Lake and useful gifts! to use in enjoying! his
Carol Hildreth
Celebrates First Party games were played and and Billy Gnann Wed leliremenlFrank i Miss American Pageant

Birthday 'prizes awarded. ('a 111\\ :Norman; reigningStrawbi'iry i
1 The refreshment table was covered 1 at Lake
May Kingsley Baptist ChurchMiss ( tjuoen ol It radtur(1'oun
Little Macy Stephens !son of Mr. witli a white lace cloth and centered gl'Pup near I the ty look homo first 1 place honors in the
Okeefenokee Swamp and began! hiscareer
and Hick Stephens celebrated his with an arrangement( of pink and of a lace cloth and centered with a fourtiered Hercules the Hvlil!!. aye! division of the Anu ricapageani
first! birthday May 7 at a party at their i white flowers. Miss Brenda Robinson Carol Hildrelh daughter cake decorated wilh and with near samearea held last H the
pink Sunday <
homo on Rt. 2. |poured punch and Miss! Shelly\ Rowe Mr. and Mrs[ Herbert R. i Hildrelh and on Jan. 20. 11)41!) Dunngs! his 41
lilac roses and baby's breath lopped Sheraton Inn m Orlando\
The refreshment table was covered s served cake. Billy Gnann son of Mr and Mrs. T. years willi I Hercules( he was sent from
with a lace heart enclosing bells On Cathy I is! the daughter! of Mrs: Loco
Gnann all of Starko were united in South Georgia lo :'IlIrl: hand South
with clown cloth and centered with !Miss
a a
Corsages! were presented! to !
each side Candelabras\ encircledby Jacksonville-} and lie I late
were Page! ol I
marriage May I at 11 a.in. in the Florida as a heavy equipmentoperator
clown cake. Ice cream and cake wereserved 1 Robinson and to Mrs. Jordan motherof and '
of and lilacflowers.
i Church with a garland fern pink He to.North; ; ('.u'ihnaas IIiruldSurmanrifStarke: She receivd
to the 28 friends and relatives ( the prospective groom. Miss Robinson Kingsley: Lake Baptist! t went and
Rev Cliff I\lcl.'od performing the a foreman and from I here lie came t- a trophy crown banner\
attending. also
was given a portable mixer The punch table was clI'n'dilh a Mowers [for I IMC-- honor
t051arke where he Ihl.la till
Among I the guests! t! were MacY'bgrandmolhC'r. memento of the occasion. nuptials. .spent !>>1 :
as a '
silver ofSandra
lace cloth! and c'ntC'f'dith a Iwiiile Selena :Norman: daughter\
Mrs. Foy Stephens Mrs.! George Canova and Miss Ron- years with Ih(' company as a first 1
punch bowl encircled by a garland of and L M "Buddy Norman: ;
Shawn Carr and aunt !Mrs. Dawn da Stern organist and :soloist and class! mechanic
Miss Robin! Stern 1 presented a fern and pink lilac flowers He looking forward lo St.ti kp, wits a M'lUIUII'IIU': winner in
Mendosa! of Gainesville! ; grand. pianist! I is nun' spending
mother Mrs J.T. Prevail. Jr. of program of nuptial music Following wedding! trip I to :North': his I nine with Ins children, grandchildren the \\III 12 age division of the Florida
I Slarke; great-grandparents, Mr. andMrs. Mr. Gnann attended his son as best: Carolina and I h'lIrld's Fair Uncouple and soon in be great I.If lit' :Miss: America Pageant! 1"01'lh'
are residing on Forsyth I Road luiiati'sSelenawas awanlc-da 1 trophy
Mark Hildrelh
.. Wllgner of Kingsley! Lake man. Ushers were grandchild!
and !Mr and Mrs. J.T. Prevail Sr. of brother i IIf the bride and Glenn Gnann, in Slarke.
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La r rrm Y t r brother of the groom. u -- -
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!Miss I.('Ann I Hildrelh attended her
sister as maid of honor. She wore a I
dottecVAVflh .: I&I ...,.irJ..., .. .1-1;
_.,- Kevin Tillman ""W full length pink flowers'and chiffon' lilac mal'hinglilachat goo( don; '11ril'y.! .,., ..'

Honored At She carried a bouquet of flowersin ) W'W'--
Stork Shower shades of lilac with baby's breath. .
Katrine Moody, daughter\ of !Mr. .
'1 Mrs. Kevin Tillman was honored at and Mrs\ Austin 1 Moody served as .
: a stork shower Thursday night. May flower girl and Carl Elder son of Mr. in
; 13, given by Misses Tammie Baldree and Mrs! Donny Elder was ring- believe
Charlene Beam Becky Giddens Nancy bearer
\ Payne and !Mrs. Marion A. Payne The bride was lovely in white chif-

i at the home of the latter\ on BessenlKoad. .,p1iI 11 e fon gown l'nhanll'dith ruffles of
' 1 white lace. She wore a white brim hat
; Two games were played and prizes! I with a floor! (length! veil extending risk.
I awarded. The refreshment table was ; from the crown and carried a bouquetof
1 covered with a Army/Navy cloth and 1 pink roses surrounded by an assortment -
Iwld ,a !silver punch bowl and cake ---- of white flowers! and baby's:

decorated with baby booties and baby :Molaiiic 1' lrI'lh..I"hll breath.A .
I items. The table was centered with an Howard reception was held at the church '
'. arrangement of silk flowers\ in pastel Fellowship Hall. Welcome back
color The bride's table was covered with
t The gifts were placed in a play pen Melanie Parrish- to no-risk investments.Risk
which was a gift to the honoree from John Howard Braves Baseball Team high-interest, .
the hObtbb'Strs.! Tillman also
received a corsage! made of diaper engagement told Have Swim PartyThe

pins, pacifier and miniature florets. J.T. Parrish of Slarke and Mrs. Brave baseball learn had a jusr doesn'r fir inro our way of Three andoneharf
Attending( were :30 guests betweenthe Eunice Saucerman of Palatka announce swim party and hamburger fry at the doing business Ar Forrune Federal 14 0 0 001
hours 7:30: and 9.30; \the and
pm engagement approaching .
home of : ,
Mr and Mrs. John A. !Reddish we think rhe peace of mind yougolf
of their
marriage daughter on Morgan Road Saturday, !May from investing money or a per annum years
Darlene John
Melanie Carl
15, given by the mothers of the team. rare of interest Available for a limited time only
Howard of Mr. guaranteed high
son and Mrs. Canova
fee Anne Dampier Howard of Lake Butler. The boys enjoyed swimming in the fully insured. is worth much morethan Mm. mum deposit 'is S500 Interests
Honored at ShowerSt. The is set.for pool followed by lunch of grilled hamburgers realize u.n-compounded and be
wedding Thur.day.Junl' : and hot dogs. They also the return you might I may
Edward's Allar Society hosted\ a 10, at 7:30: p m. at Harmony played football and baseball duringthe money marker ventures I pod' uar'e/ly or monthly depending

baby shower for Mrs. Lee Anne Dampier Free Will Baptist Church. party hours 11:30: a m, and 3:30:: on the amount 'invested Autonrvjnc.allv -
Miss: Parrish! liH2!) graduate of Brad- renewed the fare investments
Wednesday night, !May 19, in the : or
fur County i High School and an Rm.Attending We've handled our customers m
parish hall. members
were the'15 of effect ot onarufity
The refreshment! and gift tables ('1111"l'" of IIoUo Tractor Co. the t team and coaches! Charles Francis for 47 years in a risk-free I
were covered with yellow cloths. Mr.: Howard is a WHO graduate of and Eddie Douglas and John Reddish way. and this policy has helped us Two andonehalf
Centering the refreshment! table was Union County High School and is also assistant coach. become: one of the top 100 associations 13.650'per
an arrangement of yellow and while an employee of HoBo Tractor Co. Assisting in serving were :Mrs. in the country WITh over one
daisies with fern. The cake, decorated All friends and relatives are invitedto Robert Ward, Mrs.! Carolyn Taylor billion dollars in assets annum years

with yellow and green flowers had attend. and :Mrs. Wayne Douglas. YEARS Effective onnuol yield 4.620: %.
the inscription "UO)' or Girl What 25 through June 7.
.11.-. - - .. Available May
Will It Be?" U .8 We offer five high-interest
Punch candies and other you
Interest is
hnal'ks1'1'(' also !served. investment plans ranging from a Minimum deposit is $500.

Mrs. Carol Ashlme, mother of I the 91-day plan for people who need compounded doily. Automatically
honoree, kept the gift! list.\ Diana I, Mosley Tire Co. flexibility to a 10-year plan for o renewed at the rote In effect or
Phillips assisted in maturity.
presenting gifts.
people who want a long-rerm )jn-
Mrs. Josie [.alt1pll'r. the honorec's 301 North Truck 14 5 lo
molher-in-law and her !sister 1 Mrs. Plaza Starke 964-6600 vestment These plans are all fully 12470 Six

!Melba Douglas were special! guests.\ : insured ro 100 000 by rhe F5LIC O. monthsAvailable

Mrs. Dot Sarnowski! of Elklon, also attended Get for Summer! Come ro Fortune Federal for some
\ Ready
with her !sister i \ Mrs. Betty\ \\' peace of mind once again ,.,onn m May 25 through May 31.

Dazinski.! 1 Let Us Check Your Minimum deposit is S10 000 Inter-
Mrs. !Mary Gissy and !Mrs.! Ruth il} Yo GUARANTEEDINTEREST esr is non-compounded Auromari-

Meng were in charge of arrangements AIR 14 5 0 0 Ten renewed or rhe rare in effect
!( for this affair. I tom
$600 p.r annum yeOI"SAvailable

CONDITIONER Plus Pirti t Frton for a limited! time only 01 Ninety-

;, Altar Society Honors Minimum deposit is $500 Inreresr 11.480 10 one
Custom Made Dual and be :
First Communicants Exhaust is non-compounded may days

those St. Edward's who received Altar their Society First honored! t Holy \\\\\\\\c\\\\\ Lifetime Guarantee Mufflers paid on quarterly the amount or monthly invested depending In the- per Available annum May 25 through May :31. : .\
$7 500. Inter
Communion at a reception held in the event of on account-holder's death Minimum deposit is
parish hall on May 9. I this certificate is cancelable without esr is non-compounded Automatically I
Parents, relatives and friends attended Complete Alignment penalty Automancally renewed renewed ar the rare in I effectat

the reception honoring Tara .I ar the rare in effect ar maturity maturity
Dawson, Wade Ilowell, Sophie Fan- & Balancing Service
ton, Mario Molina Robert Pernini, I j
Teba Nguyen. Joey Shuford and i hhhl
Federal regulations require
Jeremy Tremble. Starker
Richard and Kathy Pernini assisted TR. 395 W. Madison -
Father Edward Rooncy in preparing IN by GOODYEAR & withdrawal.otpenolryoreorly. Phone: 964-5000

the First Communicants.The FARM _. J
reception table was covered l BUREAU FORTUNE ''i
with a yellow cloth. It held the crystal "

bowl the cake decorated with a cross! fslK., 1iiito. rcDcRAL 1
miscellaneous sandwiches and r :

cookies. ,,111111 Savings and Loon Association I.I I ,:
Mrs. Carol Ashling\ was in charge of l )
arrangements for the reception.. t ( t 00 friendly offices in Florida. Over one billion dollars In assets.I" .



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\ I 'If' Make plans toattend'Sounds Brunch HonoreeMiss

Wanda Atwood whose mar
The First Baptist Church. of Lake riage to Douglas Reddish will be an

I" 1 \ Butler will present "Sounds of His event of August 7, was complimentedat

., ;:' Coming IV" Saturday evening. May a Brunch on Saturday at the homeof

,; I 29, at 7:30 p.m. BIRTHSy Mrs. John Torode at Kingsley
The program will be under the Lake. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Clyde

direction of minister of music Rodney Sinclair, Mrs. J.E. Hardy and Mrs.

f h Brooks. S.G. Denmark.
I The musical program will feature John Ryan Tillman Attractive arrangements of sum-

the First Baptist Ambassadors Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Tillman of mer flowers were placed at vantage

,1\\ (Youth Ensemble) Diplomats Adult Starke announce the birth of a son, points for the occasion. _

'. Ensemble), with solos, ducts and John Ryan, born May 18 in Riverside The dining tables in the dining room 'r '\

1. trios. Hospital.Maternal. centered with
and living room were
: "Make plans now to attend the grandparents are Mr. and arrangements of day lilies. Bridal

l I' musical and bring a friend" said Mrs. John Miller. Maternal great- place cards marked the seating arrangement
t Melvin Owen. grandparents are E.L. Matthews
pastor for the 16 guests.
n Mr. and Mrs. S.M. Miller, all of The hostesses presented the 'S, f w .
Starke. honoree with a piece of her chosen ,''(
Darlene Gatlin Paternal grandparents are casual china as a memento of the oc "'. -'.
Mrs. C.R. Tillman of Starke andpaternal
( Honored at great-grandmother is Mrs. casion. g\sY; : :
Out-of-town guests were Mrs. J.C. iy i ;h"
Ga. "
Estellc Tillman of
Stork Shower Addle Wynn of Keystone Heights mother of ".:)J h t".
.,. ,
of the Starke the honoree Mrs. Glenn Fowler and :::;:.
The Fellowship tuI'" "' -- -
Miss Kim Sanders
Church of God was the setting for a Michael Aaron McrrileesMr. daughter

stork shower in honor of f-arleno and Mrs.Jay Merrilees of Quincy. and Miss and Jewel Mrs. Stan Hartley Reddish of Jackson of St. Education Birthday...
Gatlin on Thursday. May 20. Cal. announce the birth of a son, ville

The hall was decorated and carriedout Michael Aaron born May 19. Augustine.Wilklson.. New Delta Kappa Gamma President Sharon Lyons. Al right Is Te-r Abrantes.. an education student at

the theme of "A Bundle From Maternal grandparents are Mr. and renter a varying exceptionalities! teacher! at Union High the! University. of Florida a World Fellowship Recipient

Heaven." The refreshment! table was Mrs. Joe Gissy of Starke. School Lake Butler At left is the outgoing president! of from Portugal.
covered with white lace over yellow Thomas the! education sorority. Mrs. Lucille Payne a cur- Occasion was a Delta Kappa Gamma: birthday lun-

linen and centered with a stork Reunion June 5 riculum coordinator and administrator for the! Bradcheon Saturday at the! Western Steer Steak House in
holding a baby and encircled with Juice Kay Gunter Starke.!
ford County School District.
cloud puffs a rainbow and pink roses. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gunter of The Wilkison and Thomas family
cake Raiford announce the birth of a reunion and covered dish luncheonwill
table was a
end of the
with At one rainbow stork and baby cloud daughter Juice Kay, born 1IaI in be held Saturday, June 5. at 1 Delta I Kappa Gamma Society Has Birthday Party LuncheonThe I

puffs and inscription "Bundle From St. Vincent's Medical Center. p.m. at the Gospel !Music Park in

Heaven. At the other end was a Maternal grandparents are Rev. Lawtey.All dining room of the Western 22nd birthday giving ten birthday ticipation of all members and some

crystal punch; bowl of lemonade.The and Mrs. L.L. GrIffis of Raiford. friends and relatives are invitedto Steak house was the setting for the an- wishes. The hOlotei!>!oo' served the interesting ways for accomplishingsuch.
gifts were received in a Paternal grandparents are attend. nual Birthday Luncheon of Alpha Nu beautifully decorated cake to each New committee assignmentswere

decorated bassinet of pink. yellow Gunter of Slarke and Mrs. Lucille Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma on one and the group sang the Birthday given to the I members.Gail .
and blue streamers with a rainbow of Hardcnbrook of Jacksonville. Saturday May 22 at noon. Cook. conducted the door prize
W.T. Weeks. UDCPicnicMeeting Song.
streamers behind it. The twenty-four members and In her outgoing message president drawing. Those receiving prizes wereMaureen
The hostesses, Mrs Walter Montz Shana Schmitt guests were greeted by president Payne reported "Out With'the Old," Paul. Martha Riherd. Claire

Mrs. David Kirkland. Mrs. Oscar June 2 at MundysW.T. Lucille Payne and hostess Gail Cook, giving a short summary of Alpha Nu's Brunei I i, and !Maxine Gibson. The
Charles Schmitt Celebrates 10th
Davis and Mrs. who asked each one to register for a past! two years events. Incoming membership sang the DKG song at
presented the honoree with a corsage BirthdayShana Weeks chapter U.D.C. will door prize. president, Sharon Lyons of Lake the conclusion: of I the meeting. The
and a baby walker as a memento of hold their annual picnic-meeting The room was decorated with hang
'. Butler! presented Mrs. Payne with next meeting will be in the fall.
the occasion.! Schmitt celebrated her 10th Wednesday June 2, at 11 a.m. at the ing baskets and roses. The tables two volumes of pictures and clippingsof The hostesses 1 for t the luncheonwere
and prize birthday Saturday with a party at the of Mrs. W.B.
Games were played Kingsley Lake home covered with lace tablecloths held the two Her message"In : :Millie Hardin. Adele :Mitchell
Mrs. Helen Wells. home of her parents, Mr.\ and Mrs. Johns and past years.
awarded to with Mrs. Charley
Mundy vases of daisies and stokcsia. A bouquet "
with the New, emphasized! par. Lucille Payne Julia Hipplingcr :Marjorie
Charles Schmitt. Mrs. Guy Sale as co-hostesses. of roses, the society's flower Thomson and Patricia Wain-
The party carried out the was on the i speaker's! table. At each wright.
Elks Steak Supper "Strawberry Shortcake" theme. The table decorated
setting was a program Pine Level
gift table was covered with a Duplicate Bridge
card and souvenirs.
Saturday Night strawberry shortcake quilt and was Club ResultsThe President! Payne welcomed the Senior Adults Did You Know...........
Florida Stale Elk Convention was centered with strawberry shortcake members and guests. Kathryne Ep- Enjoy St. Augustine
held Thursday. May 20, through Sunday dolls on a snail cart. Duplicate Bridge Club has introduced the initiates Claire
May 23, at Holiday Inn Surf!>ide The refreshment table was covered changed its meeting place to the person Brunetti Judy Burrows and Debbie Thirty-five senior adults and
in Daytona Beach. with a strawberry shortcake cloth Starke Woman's Club on Tuesday members of the staff of Pine Level Diane Crews, a 1978 graduate of
shortcake 7:30: starting June I, Gray. She expressed congratulations Church of i BITS and daughter of :Mr. and :Mrs
Starke Elks and ladies attendingwere and centered with strawberry p.m. to them and the six members who hadperft'ct Baptist enjoyed a day sightseeing
: Exalted Ruler John Warren on her flying butterfly holding a Tuesday night's results are: first attendance the in St. Augustine on Tuesday.! Doyle Crews of Starke. is currently
George and Margaret Brown Bill sign reading Happy Birthday. This Rhea Johnson and Eva !Matthewspn, Thomson during introduced past May 18.The interning at Addie ;McBride
(Collinsworth George and Ada Domi- was flanked by a crystal bowl holding !>('cond1)'ldred: Cultino and Lillian year.the Marjorie Teresa first stop was the Visitors Rehabilitation Center for the Blind in
nianni. Bill and Ethel Eddy Bill and cokes and at the other end was a Stump and third Charlie Riddle and World guests! including Abranlcs of Portugal C't'nlt'r. where the group saw an in- Jackson, :Miss Diane will receive a
Fellowship Recipient
Marian Finucan Nealy and Rose McConnell strawberryshortcake doll cake. Pink Jack Burnettc. fcrehting' film about the history of St.Augubtint' degree August from Florida State
now studying at the Universityof
Vernon and Robbie Nichols, and red streamers and balloons w'rehung Florida. From there, they went to University in Orientation and :Mobility
Mrs. Thomson honored
Solze.At the Castillo DC San Marcos. for the visually handicapped.Diane .
Richard and Joann throughout the parly rooms. : and fort
Mrs. Canova Mrs. each
the Sunday session, George,( Softball and other games were Gospel MeetingSet with one of the hanging baskets.Payne She After the tour of'the fort they will teach the visually impaired -
Dominianni of the Starkc Lodge was with Michael winning shared lunch the to orientate Ihcmsc-Uos
played Ripplinger a picnic at park.
June 2 led of
May 30 the singing "Its a Fine Time to
and how In
installed as Florida Stale Vice President t he prize. After lunch the group boarded a their surroundings get
at Large. Twenty of Shana's friends helpedher At Church of ChristThe Get Together. Gladys Thomas gave" sight seeing train for a tour of placesof around in the town where they live
The monthly "Bring Your Own celebrate the occasion. the inspirational "Today's Dream, special historical interest The day and to do such things! as catch a bus.
Church of Christ in Starke will followed by singing the "Luncheon
Starke will her at FSU Diane had
SteakVSuper at the Lodge 1 with a stop s' the ice creams During training
be held Saturday May 29, at the be engaged in a series of Go!>pt'lMel'tings Prayer where everyoi a enjoyed I their to bli. ->rt the

lodge, 2030 N. Temple Ave., about Did You Know........... Evangelist May will 30 through be Melvin June Barker 2. spoke FolK briefly ,on ii Alpha lunch Nu Linda CHapter's Ball fa.orite ice cream. streets I ot 1 a II,;....". .
minister of the Fe
Flag Day Services will be observedat Burlington-Santa
Church of Christ in Branford. I-v--vvlTr7
the Starke Lodge on Sunday June -
services will withBi
13, at 2 p.m. The public is invited. :Mr. and :Mrs S G. Denmark Dr. Sunday begin ,, ,- "
ble School at 10 a.m. The worship sen,
and :Mrs. J.E.Donmark and Mr and r

1'jr'O; .. 'K"... .Wt...,. .:... '.,,> Stefanic Mrs Marie attended Sanderson I Ilat'.90lh and daughter birthday p.m vice Evening.is Sunday at 11 services a.m through: 'will Wednesday'begin' "at l '7/30'. '' j t 'Y" "'r'j ,. him tit.Win .. >

party for Mrs. John Denmark in ..Jp ) -
The church extends a cordial -
Mrs. O.L. Haynes Jr.. Mrs. George Jacksonville on Sunday. very .1
invitation to to attend this
Miller Mrs. Charles Darby and everyone t -d C '
daughters, Mrs. Lee Akridge returned Rev. Warren Langer and Dr. meeting. t

Friday last week from a weeks Richard Odom are attending the an-

trip to Williamsburg, Va. nual Methodist Conference in

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Jerry and Hazel Moran Ida Shaw, Kary Shuford has returned to her Lorraine L. Champion, Branch \
Myldred Cultino Margie Thomsonand home in St. Petersburg after 10 days Manager of the Starke Branch Office 1 I 1 c ;g 50 % On

Evelyn Griffin played in the sectional visit with her grandparents :Mr. and of Strout Realty has been notified by Sundresses, pn SummerLadies'

I bridge tournament in Mrs. Sid Shuford. the Company's executive offices in Sundresses In stnpes.soMs .
Gainesville on Sunday afternoon. Springfield. Missouri that qualifications and pools with ) Sportswear! N
Tommy Harrison of Freeport. La. for the Strout Sales Executive smocking, tie shoulder \

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Jackson of Chat and 13 graduates of Broadmorc Baptist Award have been achieved.In and Some more.Styles.S.M.L... .. ,'3 i + 4
tanooga. Tenn. are spending Mondayto Church were Monday:\ of last week recognition of this accomplishment i..A N .11
Saturday with their parents. Mr. overnight guests! of :Mr.\ and :Mrs. A.S. an engraved wall plaque will be IiI

and Mrs. W.T. Jackson Sr. in Slarke Harrison while enroute to the Florida presented to the Branch Office com ( Each ..II

and Mrs. Stanley Merrill and familyin Keys. mending the sales staff for outstan- 3 !d9 '. ,7. Ml

Melbourne. ding sales achievement and noteworthy Summer Tops,,
Mr. and :Mrs. Gary Brewer and service to the public. Additional I 1- ; Fj Pants And ,;
Derek Judd of Ocala: and Larry sons Gary Don and Joshua attendedthe acknowledgement of this achieve- 9 .
Rogers of Cecil Field were last Thurs- John Denver Concert at the ment will appear in the company's r Rompers
day overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville Coliseum, Friday :May magazine, "Strout World." 499 'a' Tops with length' ::
M.R. Judd while enroute home from 21. The Starke Branch Office is locatedat Q F'// J'i ateeve.ftlash backs,
v-necks and siote twin
the World's Fair. 838 North Temple Avenue. The I fashion details Solids
sales staff includes Donald Champion Camisoles, Tops } and stnpes S M.L
Mrs. James Hardee and son Chrisof Mrs. Ella Mae Tyson has returned Sr.Airman. And Shorts Easy care pul-on pants
from Easton. Pa. after spending two I / m new fashion pastels '.
Lersb rg were weekend guests of / -J and
weeks with the Hankerson family and Compare Up To'9! 1 bright solids
her parents! Mr and Mrs. Frank Mit Steven DewberryArmy I "I 10-18
chell. spent the weekend in Baltimore. :Md.\ Woven or terry shorts y' I Polyester rompers yeti
with her daughter Dorctha Parker.Calvary n wrap, be waist, ,. I smocK waist and tie
track styles and more 4 shoulder. S M.L
with fashion details .
JONES CRAFT SHOP and Air Force Hometown SMI r. t.
SIS I. C.II SI. *i4-7lU News Steven A. Dewberry son of -Novelty tops In
Baptist To Host nautical double v.vneck .
Navy Chief Petty Officer Thomas A. styles and +
Memorial Day Program and Caroline L. Dewberry of Route 1, more. SoIodIand
Cilitla Hawkins daughter of Mr. Lawtey has been promoted in the U.S. stripes" wim fashionoetatfs \
and Mrs. Herbert Hawkins and BHS Calvary Baptist Church. Cherry Air Force to the rank of senior air- S.M.L e ,,.
and Madison Sis., is presenting a Camsoies m pastels
graduate, graduated May 1 from FSU
man. and sokds with (fashion k ..,
with a Bachelor of Science degree in Memorial Day Program !May 30 at 7 Dewberry is an aircraft details SMC '' .

Criminology.Mr. p.m.All servicemen and women and maintenance specialist at Carswell
Air Force Base. Texas, with the 7th
veterans are invited to join the congregations
and Mrs. Eddie Douglas and '
Organizational Maintenance
family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert celebration. Squadron. \ ,
Green attended the wedding of Greg 159
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Douglas :o Susan Moody in Leesburgon

Saturday night. t 8-Roll Tissue J /

All of Us Ryans Softly quilted Famry r ',
Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison visited k/ I I sue pack. Lvmt 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert w. Harrison in : Extend to Our T .

Ocala on Sunday.KANOMAOC. : Friends & Customers ".
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,, DIAMOND Summer Footwear Sale!

Mr J.H. Fields visited her sister Wild Pig. ChickenHot Dogs and Hamburgerfor FOIL .Choose.. ladies; casual: mnyf thonfl. canvas
-.on 01 men'S Croat bend
q vinyl( Slides
Mrs. Emma Tanner in Baldwin from a f D :
Friday to Wednesay Our Adventist Jewish Friends r ;

Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Odom have u
returned from a vacation in Nova May 29 & 30at '!
Scotia. Prince Edward Island New -
Brunswick Quebec: and Ontario.Mr. OM awM r I ,
which time our Day Lilies will be in full bloom I Nat 1.39Decorator !
Da River
and Mrs. C.T. Beasley of n

Haines City are Thursday and Friday Tent. Motor Hornet, Camper, eta will be welcome 2
guests of Mrs. 0.1. Beasley and Mrs.J.W. Twin Size Sheets 1 39 $ 1 99
John and Quinelle '
Kincaid. RyanRyan's Wendy. Bel Flew or Field Flower Sheet aVFor Nat Each Each

'Mrs. Betty Register Mrs. Nina Olustee Creek NurseryC241 Fan Not a.*-styles..available- . n. .al.stores.-. . .a.ie Colgate Gel Arrid Spray Insect Killer Rustcurb Paints .
{ a..wrah..ts . ....11* t 442. retresTMig With 3O coupon to be tl-o TNT Flv nob.u /e-dt. spray
Wade and Mrs. Gladys Goldwire off SR 100 at Lulu east of Lake City PIHoioeesee -- .- -. .,....pr. CdpN.net tooaxaate. redeemed.at reomter,, Insect or Ant and pant Vial/let protect .
visited Mr. and Mrs. Earl McDanicl Y'H..1.311! Roach sorav "'sf ,

and family in Brur wick Ga. on Sun ((904)) 752- 009 Prices Good Through Thia We.fc.r .
day. Quantities Limited On. Som llama. 309 South Walnut Str..t

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:: May 19th ceremonies at me coiiege.She
international exhibits. The
Held from May 20. other
over in the field of
and the night time is specializing
I Held over from May 20. Miss Carla Sheering of Jacksonvillespent cousin, Mrs. Flossie Rosier Mondayand golden fireworks sunsphere were also sights to behold! speech therapy, and has been in the
Dolor. MongPhonvi Gale is
I the weekend with her great- Wednesday of last week. By 41SITI5Canc.r Be sure to visit the Dillard House in top five percent of her class.
By Elizabeth Terry grandmother, Mrs. B. L. Wilkison, Sr. On Sunday May 23, a family get Dillard, Georgia, Mabel advises. The the daughter of Gordon Wadsworth.
& Phone: 782-3300 Mr. Earl Denmark,of Jacksonville, together was held at the home of Mr Fund food and hospitality everywhere was Happy Anniversary
dinner of his and Mrs. Fleam Starling. Those at- Cecil (Bud) and Louise Matthews
was a Sunday wonderful!
Mrs. Ina Knight and Mrs. Lucy
5 CHURCH ACTIVITY Franklin celebrated their 47th wedding an-
mother, Mrs. Lois Carter. tending were Mr. and Mrs. donationson Mrs. NcsSmith was happy to return
:3 Homecoming at First Baptist Mrs. S. E. Bertka, of Toledo, Ohio, Starling and family, of Bryceville. Wellons behalf are of now the accepting National Cancer home and find that her husband, niversary on May'25. We wish them
Church was well attended. Approx. visited Mrs. Flossie Rosier and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starling and been James, had been visited and well many more happy anniversaries.They .
If have not as yet
; imately 60 persons were present and and Mrs. L. E. McClellan on Mothers family, of Jacksonville, Mr and Mrs. Society. you contributions cared for by various relatives and both keep young by keeping
i a they had plenty of good food. Pastor Tommy Starling and family, of Max- contacted, your are friends. busy. Bud has his yard beautifully
I Brown baptised Sheila and John Haga Day.Mrs. Starlingand needed and will be appreciated.Senior besides tending' one of the
Rossie Reddish attended her ville, Mr and Mrs. Markalee Citizens His brother, Arley NcsSmith from landscaped
5 between Sunday School and church. nephews, J. V. Edwards, funeral at family, of Alachua Mrs. Lucille Senior Citizens Club Lake Butler, took him to Sarasota fora nicest gardens in the area. Louise
=5 They were saved during the Revival. Brooker on Friday. Cauley and family, of Starke, and Mr. The Hampton nice visit with his nephew, J.M. cooks, cans, and bakes delicious
will hold their meeting on Friday,
S The Grace United Methodist Mrs. Mildred Lockhart of Jacksonville Lucian Prevatt, of Gainesville.Mr. foods, and consequently find many
;* Church had their monthly family dinner Mr. May 21, at the City Hall. They are Tison. at mealtime, and overnight agood
spent several days with Mr. and and Mrs. Harold Alvarez, dish dinner George Martin and Lois of Jackson guests
K on Sunday May 16. Many came to, Mrs. B. L. Wilkison, Jr., and Mr. and and Mrs. Fred Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. planning a sepcial covered ville spent two days with Mr. deal of the tim .' Louise also is a
enjoy Mr. and Mrs.Lee's grilled ham Mrs. Tony Hodges. Lee Norman, Mr. and Mrs. E.L. Nor- for this meeting. Those attendingare food NcsSmith. He was also visited by his Beloved Volunteer .with the
asked their specialty
burgers with everyone bringing a Tammy Wilkison and friend, Lisa, man, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Alvarez, to bring and sister, Annie Pearl NesSmith and kindergarten and first graders at the
:: covered dish. A good time was McClellan Mrs. item. Since meat, rolls beverageare school. Bud and Louise work togetherin
enjoyed came out from Jacksonville and spent Mr. and Mrs. L.M. ; salads niece, Janis Mathis of Chiefland.
provided, ,
by all present. the weekend with his brotherinlawand Alma Thompson, Mrs. Yvonne being be Weekend Visitors the lovely decorations and music
The Methodist Youth Fellowshipwill sister, Mr. and Mrs. Benny Thorpe, Mrs. Verda Johns, attendedthe vegetables or esserts will may at 12 Mrs. Wilma Clark accompanied her they furnish at their home every yearat
be having spaghetti dinner with Wilkison, III and while here all of 25th Anniversary and Homecoming preferable. Eating begin son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Christmas time for the public to en

all the trimmings on Saturday, June them attended the Blue Grass Gospel at Sana Souci Baptist Church in Noon. Mrs. Clark on a trip to visit
19, at the church. Price will be $2.50 sing on Saturday night.On Jacksonville. Rev. Vernon Johns is HospitalizedMr. their grandson, Kenny Clark. They joy.Rubby Miller of Greer, S.C., left

per plate. Everyone is invited.PERSONALS behalf of Mrs. Bush's sixth pastor. There were 15 persons present Lynn Alachua Hall underwent General Hospital.He surgery. left Friday night and spent some time Saturday after spending two weeks

grade class at Lawtey Elememtary from Starke and Lawtey and plenty of Monday at in Room 352 and with her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. with her sister and brother-in-law
Mrs. Fred Moore, Mr. and Mrs. School, we wish to thank Coach Rob food and singing by the New Testa- is recuperating card Lane Clark and Kevin, in Covington Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Matlhcus. They
Tom Casey, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ebbins for allowing us to have our ment Singers during the afternoon. might appreciate a cheery or visited Glen Matthrus in Folkston

Hobbs, of Starke; Mr. and Mrs. Lee class party at his lake house on Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Mike yKelly, of note. Kentucky.In Anderson, N.C. they enjoyed Georgia, last weekend.

Casey and daughter, Tara, of day, May 15. Also, we wish to thank Leesburg, were Sunday dinner guestsof Visitors Kenny play shortstop position May Birthdays
Kingsley Lake, went to the World's J.D. Frank Brown and daughters, watching 8th
Mr. and Mrs. celebrated her
the managers of McDonalds, Wendys, their parents, Natalie and Cynthia of Winter Haven, in two baseball games with the Regina Padgett
Fair in Knoxville, Tenn., Wednesdayand six
Chris Brown was
and Winn Dixie for their generous Kelly. A Team. birthday May 20.
Anderson Braves Single
Mother's with his mother,
returned Sunday. donations. We especially appreciate Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell spent a spent Day thrilled with their visit years old May 20. Cindy Bartlett
Kenny was
Mrs. Shirley Newport of Port all the parents who attended the party week with their daughter and sons Mrs. Belle Brown. too, and they all had a great time. celebrated her birthday May 21. San-
Orange was a Tuesday dinner guest of and helped to make it a safe and hap- while Mr. Dave Kelly spent a week Birthdays returned home Sunday evening.Mr. dy Fnese celebrated her 12th birth-
of They
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. McClellan.Dee Elisa Sierra Aviles was 6 years
py outing for all the children. Withoutthe with the National Guard. Williams turned and Mrs. Paul Meng visited day May 23. Cheryl l Meng celebratedher
Dee Waters celebrated her 11th on May 4.
cooperation, participation and Mrs. Lois Carter and her daughter- age 24th birthday May 23.
Mr and Mrs.
birthday on Wednesday, May 5.Those and 7 on May 13. Vicki Powell celebratedher their son and family,
donations of everyone, our party in-law, Mrs. Nella Carter girls and Michael St. Back Home
Bill Dana
who came to her party were: Sheila would not have been such a success. were Sunday dinner guests of their birthday May 13. Melissa Byrd the weekend Jolene Friese returned home
Tew, Tammy Jo Tatum, Tonya Mr. Bill Salter and son, Jeff, of aunt, Mrs. Debbie Phillips, in St. celebrated her 9th brithday May old and 14. Petersburg also visited over their daughter, Mrs. recently following surgery in
Tatum DeAnne Waters and Harvey Little was 10 years
Marlon, Va., spent the weekend with George, Ga. Gainesville
and children
Will Lancaster, Susan Peugh, Susan their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Haga, LAWTEY SCHOOL NEWS Roger Green was 14 on May 14. Phyllis McClure Kasey Lynn Hall is recuperating at homefollowing
and returned home Sunday
7th and Ryan,
Crawford, Becky Poore, Christy Red- Sheila, John and Jennifer. Mrs. Odessa Hamiltons second Stephanie Cardin celebrated her surgery at Alachua General
ding, Marcella Carter, Rudy and Erin Mr. and Mrs. Phil Eunice of Lake grade class had fun writing thank you birthday May 15. Jose Aviles was 6 night. School Hospital.

Waters, Shannon, Melissa and Stacy City were Sunday dinner guests of letters to their parents this week. The years old May 15.Hampton. Mrs.Hampton Mindy Elementary McLean and Mrs St"lu Holiday
Higginbotham, Dee Dee Waters and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold children were thrilled after address- Lake their Teachers and students will
Jason Waters. She received lovely Bradford High School Seniors were Claudette Frees accompanied
Eunice. ing their envelopes and walking to the celebrate Memorial Day Monday.
gifts and$50.00 in cash. Refreshmentswere honored with a banquet Saturday 4th and 5th grade classes to
Lawtey Post Office on Wednesday to May 30, as a school holiday.
strawberries, ice cream and Thursday, May 27, 19K2 stamp and mail their letters. night given by the High School Band Gainesville last Friday. Field TripsOn
cake with several different kinds of May 21 was a red-letter day for Boosters Club. Servers were Middle In their essays about this interesting May 18, Mrs. Shirley Bagwell
cookies and drinks. School students. The guest speakerfor Field Trip some of the
PERSONALS: Mrs. Odessa Hamilton's and Mrs. and Mrs. Vicki Powell accompaniedtheir
mentioned the thrills of clim-
Miss Elizabeth Terry visited her We are happy that Mr. Ray Rosier Melody Kirkland's second grade the evening was the Assistant students second and third grade students
sister Mrs. J. P. Wyrick of Director of the Gator Band. bing down and up the 220 steps at theDevil's
was able to lcome home on Friday, classes from Lawtey Elementary on an Amtrak train ride. They left
Tallahassee, Monday until Friday. General toured Marineland. Among those receiving specail Milhopper They appreciatedthe and
May 14 from Putnam School as they Waldo on the train enjoyed an exciting
Mrs. Wyrick was to bring her home Hospital, Palatka. He and his wife The trip was most enjoyable as wellas awards was Bryan Clark who was guide there explaining the historyof ride to Ocala. They took along
Friday but she was illl)and Miss Terry presented the Marine Award in the that area and the natural forma.
came to church Friday night and Sun- educational for the children. packed lunches which they ate at a
came home on the bus. Mrs. Wyrick'ssoninlaw day Morning and stayed for The 3-D movie shown in the form of the John Philip Sousa Cer- tions of the foliage, fossils, rocks and nearby park.

and daughter, Mr. and Homecoming.Mr. Aquarium Theater and the Porpoise tificate. This was a Director's Award waterfalls. They especially were thrilled with
Mrs. Charles Carter, visited them on and was presented by U.S. Marine They went on to the Florida State
and Mrs. Robert Jenkins and Show were highlights of the day. the reclining seats, the train whistle
Monday night. Her grandson and his son,of Tampa spent the weekend with Everyone had lots of fun and a real Sgt John Singleton.It Museum after enjoying their packed movable footrests, and seeing the dining -
wife, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Carter, their parents, Mr, and Mrs. Johnny good time. was announced that as a result of lunches at a nearby park. There they car. They also appreciated the
visited them on Wednesday after-. Jenkins and son, of Hilliard. They Many special thanks to our driver, competition it was determined wre excited by the spooky cave, stuffed hats given them by Amtrak. For

noon. Miss Terry was their supper stopped by Monday morning to see Mrs. Hazel Sapp, and to Mrs.Bentley, that Teresa Bauldree would animals, skeletons and snakes. many it was their first! train ride anda
guest on Thursday afternoon. Miss their grandmother, Mrs. O.J. Anderson Mrs. Strong, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. serve as Drum Majorette next year. They also enjoyed seeing the Indian real pleasure.
Terry attended the Bible Study on their way home. Rosier, Mrs. Hendrieth, Ms. Major, Back From World's Fair artifacts, old clothing guns, and Mrs. Inger Cam pen and Mrs. Ann
Wednesday A.M. where a lady did Mr. and Mrs. James LaMonte and and Mrs. Norman who gave their Mrs. Mabel NesSmith returned other interesting items there. Byrd went along and assisted the

several stunts with basket balls. son, and their mother, Mrs. Henry time and energy to help chaperoneour home Friday from a wonderful trip children. Mrs. Marjorie Wade was the
Miss Elizabeth Terry's sister, Mrs.C. Smith, arrived home on Monday after class trip. which included the World's Fair at Thursday, :May 27. IW2! friendly, efficient bus driver

E. Strickland of Gainesville, met visiting family in Indianapolis, Ind. June 2 at 9:30 a.m. will be the Knoxville, Tenn. Senior Citizens On May 20, Mrs. Sandi Sanders and
her on Monday and Friday and helpedher We are happy that Mr. Bunk Awards Day for the students. All She left early Monday, May 10, witha The Hampton Senior Citizens en- Mr. Jim Lewis took their sixth and
to transfer from Gainesville to Wilkeson was able to return home students will report to the cafeteria.We group from the Friendship Alliance joyed a delicious covered dish lun seventh graders to Gainesville. They
Tallahassee buses and back. Mrs. from VA Hospital, Gainesville on Fri would like to invite parents, i you Church in Keystone Heights. Their cheon at their Friday meeting Some enjoyed trying their skills skating at
Strickland came on Saturday and would like to come. capable driver was Don Powers.They 25 members attended, bringing along the Skating Palace. Their tour
visited with Miss Terry until Tuesday day.John DeVore, of Tampa, spent June 2, at 3 p.m. will be the party spent Monday night at Toccoa Falls their speciality salads, vegetablesand through the Florida State Museumwas
morning, and she attended the Thursday afternoon with his mother, and trophy presentation for the Small College and saw the Lovely Falls desserts. Fried chicken and also educational and enjoyable?
Homecoming Sunday at First Baptist Mrs. Pauline DeVore on his way Fry Ball Teams All shirts need to be there. beverages were furnished by the club.

Church with her. home from Jacksonville. turned in to Mr..Hall, clean...prior tothis In traveling through the Smokey president Evelyn Vaughan did a
MrStAllie., tro igvMiss twda-Nor- Wee happyto'fcporriha'rMiss.Terry's date Mountains they came to Silver Dollar job of making the luncheon ar- FIRST ASSEMBty.OF e I

man and. Miss Arthurine< Blanchard'' Elizabeth sftter l ,Mrs,.fe.P.WyrlcktiofT81Tahassef' < The school year books are on sale in city.,Th.CY enjoyed seeing a. recreation super rangements. Lovely roses' were fur' Hwy u rt/A w.iJo A i/i I
vis ehef *islei Mtss"En Blanchard MI $ ......Jb.o.jsehopl.office( ,.*or *each-Jf.you of the crafts, music, dancing and nished by Dolly Dowling. GfoUp slrtg- Pastor George Watson & Congregation
and Mrs; Thelma Wilson on Mrs. of the of band concerts at Pigeon Forge.
come"to her daughter'shome, would like a copy yearbooks ing and games were enjoyed follow
Invite You To Come &
Wednesday at Baker County Nursing Charles Carter,from the hospital. She the previous years,you may purchase The chalet at Gatlmburg which was ing the luncheon. Their last meeting Us. WorslipWith
Home of Macclenny. is much better and will stay with Mrs. them for $1 each. their home for three nights was char- until Fall will be held June 4 at 2 p.min .
Henry Hodges and children, Mark Carter for some time. June 3, last day of school for ming, comfortable, and well furnished. the flail Sundy School. . . . to AM
and Sarah, and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Hart, of Starke, spent students, the movie"Toby Tyler" will Mabel said the food was ample City Brilliant Student Morning Worthlp./ . . . II AM

Smith and Miss Shirley Wilkinson at- the weekend with her friend, Miss be shown to all the students. This is a and superb too. Gale Wadsworth, a junior at the Evongcllitlc. . . . . .7 I'M
tended the Stock Car Races in Lake Chris Dobbs. combined gift from the teachers to' At the World's Fair on Wednesdayand University of Georgia in Athens, was Hour of Powor. . . . .7:30 PM
City on Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice are the students. Thursday they enjoyed seeing the recognized as a Superior Student m
Mr. and Mrs. Ben McCulley spent planning to move near the Old Eunice Monday, May 31 will be a holidayfor CHina, Canadian, Korean and many
the weekend in Ocala with friends and Home Place in the near future. students and teachers.

attended the Shrine Parade.We Douglas Eunice, sone of Rev. and June 4,7 and 8 will be postplanningfor
are happy to learn that Mr. Mrs. Emory Eunice,of Gainesville, is the teachers. PLEASANT HOPE Starke Church of ChristI
Hubert Priest was able to come home home for the summer and spent Tues- FULL GOSPEL CHURCH
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from Riverside Hospital, Jackson- day and Wednesday with his grand- 5i I IU"kI"- 1 i "MI III
S 301 N.. Stork
ville, on Tuesday. Our prayers are parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice.
Extend To You A Hardy WelcomeTo
with him and the family.
Rev. and Mrs. Williams, of Starke, GOSPEL.
Henry Hodges, Sarah and Mark, pastor of Maxville Baptist Church I Worship With Us
went"to Nashville, Tenn. May 8 to spent Saturday afternoon with Mr. v Sunday School. . . . 9:43 a.m MEETING May 3OJune 2

watch' the Music City No. 420. and Mrs. Doss Higgmbotham, at first cards Morning Warship . . . .11 a.m.

Truman Norman attended the 50th Lawtey. The playing dice Evongollstlc . . . . .7 p.m.
were Chinese sheet ,
Wedding Anniversary for Mr. and Henry Hodges and son Mark, and believed to have originatedin Mld-W..k Sorvlco., Tues..7 p.m.

Mr*. Wade Gaskins at the RecreationHa Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Smith of the 10th Century A.D., Friday.. . . . . 7:30: p.m.
.o( Northside Church, Sunday Kingsley Lake attended stock car made to 'reproduce the R.". Corey Patter .
froftvS lit Melvin Barker
5'p.m. races at Jax Raceway on Saturday notation of dice on paper. Evangelist
Mrs. Juanita Harper of Starke ant: night.

Mr{. Evelyn Norman spent Saturday Army Specialist 5 Timothy Starling .. Branford, Florida
afternoon with their mother, Mrs. and his wife and son, of Fort Bliss,
Car) Prevail. Texas, are spending some time with OLD TIMEREVIVAL
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fleam 0
their mother,Mrs. Wordie Melton and Starling before going to an assign- Sunday Services:

relatives of Ocoee on Saturday until ment in Germany. Bible Study . . . 1OHlnrn.:(

Monday. Mr; and Mrs. Hermie Kelly and Morning Worship. II:lHa) m.Evening .
Mrs. John Tye, Sr., spent the Mrs. Jack Estes, attended the
weekend with her son-in-law and Bradford-Union Retired Teachers GREATER BETHLEHAM Services: 7ipm:

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy
Meeting at the Steak House in Starkeon
Talley and family of Jacksonville. Thursday. :;FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kelly Justin Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoover, of .
and Brannon, of Jacksonville, spent Paris, Texas, spent a week with their Pastor Jasper Williams BIBLE PREACHING
the weekend with their parents, Mr. son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and of
.and Mrs. Earl Troxell. Mrs. Timothy Starling and son and Corner Ash & Chestnut *10 rVe l.lnli'11' '\\iilKinu null, (,ml ttl'XK: >urh Siimlin til n M.\ \I
Mrs. James Waters attended a birthday Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling.Mr. May 31 dune 6Sla9i
party for Mrs.Dorothy Waters, and Mrs. Burton Walker of

of Maxville, on Saturday. They had a Alachua, and son Billy Walker, of q (Monday thru Sunday) ANI/tIe/
big dinner and it was enjoyed by all New Orleans, La., visited their
present. 8:00 P.M. 'Oded Dr. John D. Campbell MD


Evangelist L.C. HInes from Albany, Ga. Announces the

In Honor of = Opening of His Office

liThe Tiny Tot Academy"Now 1 1Io

Memorial Day Open at

: Under New

Formerly Johnson & Johnson Preschool & Nursery ., 830 E. Main Street
State Bank '.
Community f Located at 202 N. Thompson St., Starke .

*How accepting all ages. Infants and up Lake Butler .

Will Be Closed = not lunch plus morning and .t. .. <.... '
afternoon snacks

*Reasonable rates .

Saturday == *Complete transportation to and from .' .

May 29th = school Office Hours: .,r. .'_ .

= *Outdoor and indoor play areas

r and *Educational TV and activities 8 a.m. to. 12 Noon i

rrh, *: Seasonal activities and parties A. .' ..
Monday = .
Music and art !;l.:.. I

May 31st Special summer fun < Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday

L: .
Lots of T.L.C.I -
Regular Hours Tuesday .
HOURS: 6:30: a.m. to 6:00: p.m.

i For further information phone 964-8084 ;

t. Sandra Cau1 y-owner Phone 496-2760



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r.------- ? ..rt Seniors Score Win,


{ 2O-Zip Over Juniors"We're


going out winners babyill"! I !
So screamed smiling senior Randy Tornadoes at

Luke as he hobbled to the sidelineafter Jamboree Friday
hard work with t
a night's justover
2 minutes to go in last Friday's Bradford High's Tornadoes will

= i Junior Senior game It was 20-0 the be participating in a Spring Jam-
; Seniors way and for Luke and the boree at Palatka Friday night

other graduating Tornadoes who had May 28, along with host 1 and ;"
suffered through the winless Fall of defending 3A state champion

1RMnP 1982 last week's win over their former Palatka St. Augustine, and In-

teamates was at least some consolation tcrlachen.
And it gives them something to The Tornadoes open up play at
d* smile about when they look back on 8 p.m. against Palatka. In period
?t I l1N their careers in Bradford scarlet and 2 it's St. Augustine versus In- :

grey. lerlachen, and the Tornadoestake :
With Junior quarterback Emmett to the field again for t the 3rd ;

Watkins unable to operate the veer offence quarter against St. Augustine.The i
: effectively because of a still- 4th period matches Palatka

i3{.. / Blau nagging upper leg injury the Tornado and Interlachen.
Juniors were completely throttled. Tickets are $2.50 for anyone \
The Senior defense, anchored by school-age and up and will he

Luke, Brian Thomas, and Carry! available only at the gate before
Thornton, limited the Juniors to just 2 the game. Tornado fans are urged -

first downs, 18 yards of total offense, to sit on the side opposite the ,
and never allowed even the threat of a press box. ;

score. Watkins was just l-for-15 ,
through the air with 2 interceptionsand
since he was declared off-limits high loss and went in untouched to ,
to tackling and wasn't able to keep the make it 6-0 with 9:01: to go before '
half lime. The TD was set up whenshifty
; ball the Seniors ganged up on the
: baseballer Scott /Hudson!
young BUS running backs. Counting
: losses on quarterback sacks the scampered 14 yards on a sweep 2 ,
Juniors ran 21 times for a net of 5 plays earlier.It .
yards with fullback Oliver Tyson far- stayed 6-0 until halftime but
al NSM after the Juniors fumbled an exchange -
ing best with 15 yards on 10 tries. The
over to Senior Kenny Brighton
only pass completion was a
t + + t I IaN Watkins to David Jones strike that their first possession of period :3l tho
I .. .. went for 13 late in the third Seniors took quick advantage for a second ,
, ,>fJ"""' wlaA_...... ,I: .. a yards
score. Bright ran the fumble I
I period.
. After a 0-0 first quarter standoff the recovery back 52 yards before :
Scarlet" and Grey Versus Scarlet and Grey... Seniors broke on lop when quarterback Watkins caught him at the 3. The

Last week it was Tornado versus! Tornado as! the 1982 varsity offense! at left Friday night the underclassmen get their first taste of outside compel il ion John Thompson found tight end Juniors held on 3 plays as Dale
went head to head with the defense of the graduating seniors in tlie'Junior- as they square off with defending state champ Palatka and St. Augustine in u Barry Reddish open across the middle Buchanon. Steve Spell and Jimmy
Senior game. jamboree at Palatka High. on a 2nd and 8 play from the Schoening came up to make tackles: ,
Juniors IS. Reddish brought down the but on 4lh and goal from H inches
22 05916 away Luke smashed in to I the end-
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I U.O VALUE ALL lOTS OIlNEO IN 900C AREA conversion and it was 14-0 at :
eFOR ., Coaches Pleased With Defenseat the 7:01 mark of the 3rd stan/a. I
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. ltTIO 25 es 22 coo ooocsos
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COM AI JRIOH'2 NI OF S LINE FOlNTVlEM R6 11tH ELY "/M HWY 21. RUN The best thing about the 1982 varsity the work of linebackers Kenny Wright light end and center Tom Johnson added the capper when sprinter
SLY CN ELY R/M 4l6.6)r E 1419.65 61* SI' E 10 LAKE. ELY football team's 20-0 defeat at the and Billy Rehburg. "We big for Herbert Hawkins whooshed down the
10 got !some snowing good improvement.
ZOZOF .45* TO S R/M PLATTED RO. MLY t !NWLY CN S f/K RO TO S "/1 14 hands of the Seniors is that it doesn't plays out of both those guys when we sidelines 49 yards for a touchdown.: !
POINT VIEW RO MLV Oh P V RO TO 'POB count in any standings and probably were stunting. One of their biggest "Tony Hill didn't have a good Hawkins fresh from running track & \
CX OR I -i2OE97000OR 5-8-/Z 139-690 APPRO 14J-5/440 I EI ON PARC LANE SOLO won't be remembered for too long assets is their quickness and it allows bullgamc Friday night but he came field where he was a member of a ..

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[ .3A'7T93P08 CONT $(. 110.. N 185'11.44. II IS4AiS: le5. IC!e.E9 Defensive coordinator Mike Sexton.wasn't ,day night. He played some at middle 3:38: It'fl in the ballgame.
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091091 25 es 2Z 0600 !-A-00000 000101 08 0000u. his troops performed. The Junior some defensive end. "We're going to Oliver Tyson ran well early in thegmnt' holding the Seniors to 9 first! !
said Brad
and hard
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S.I. 011.40 f 0.31. 152.09. st. ;. 100.re.,. yards total offense and 9 first downs. that to build up depth and get people and also mentioned that junior Eric yards of offense.
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1093101 25 8S 22 C6001-A-00001 OOC" 09 0000 "They didn't get that much on us, where they can play more than one Hawkins was the leading ballcarrier
cuURAY JACK M Er AL PO BOX 21C40ASSM1 Sexton said. "I thought we did a pretty position," Sexton said. Junior-Senior game, will>cl' action with his 1 carry for 49 yards!
Of' LAhC5 IN GENEVA IIOOtS lto AREA SJAO good job. Their first score was The defensive coach didn't want to running I the ball in t the Jamboree while Hudson went 8 limes for :35

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RICHARDS 5.12 CONALO ACRES S I KRtSTINE L161 RC fumble and it took 'cm 4 plays to get it the the first game situation we read and keep the ball on the veer l Rehburg and tackles Stephen Spell

.' LOT 16 OF GENEVA aoos IN $loll[ ois in. I thought there was some good were involved in I thought they all dida made a lot of difference to us offensively and Dale Buchanon led Junior

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, OON ALCaSSI KUISTINE L161 3NANSCOC9 RO Sexton singled out tackle Dale Secondary coach Mike Hartley said either as llurse wants to limit t the con-

, LOT 16 Cf 1.91 GENEVA wcoas IK si JNS cis151.56 Buchanon and young defensive end sophomore Jimmy Schoening playedthe tact I the junior !signal-caller absorbsin JUNIORS lluuilh SENIORS
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[JL" IH.IN'6E"eVA: 140005I sant surprise all Spring and he did a looked good.Offensively. have a pretty good football team.
EX PARCIII SE COli BEING PORT OF OR 113-9'5' good job in the ballgame Friday Head Coach David There's more potential there than wt'wt'r Jl':<-llfHS; II II II II IIMCMOHS
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109"95 21 as 22 06060-A-01600 .SOC/1 11 CCCO Community Bank Alligator Creek Ranch .
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't IR-,CjA N IJell ., 1.6.1"0 PCI S 'ge.., '4 I.24'_ S,. Susie Shampoo Co. 2 homers out of Edwards Rd. field, Terry Stratton was 3-4 and bashed a "' h
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TELEGRAPH May 27. l.H2Ifel.


: A Successful : ...

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t;. Ends at BHS A ""s1 "" :

1 .
; ,i Il was a very good Spring on the ball at a .394 r
ballfields, tennis courts, and track in runs scored
ovals for Bradford High School this noted that the
''fI" year.And. players is that
the smiles of success showed at more years.
'C. the All Sports Club's Spring Sports Not to be ;
:.; Banquet for BHS athletes last week as Allen, who are ,.
.,; right at 100 athletes were recognized jr. college l
-:u, for their participation In Spring-time and Hartley said
;''j ports to fill. Hudson
,l Guest speaker Jimmy Carnes, the batting average
4, former University of Florida head school records
,..tt:. track & field coach'and now director steals, walks,
of Florida's Sunshine State Games swiping 31 of 32
: program, said he realized a life-long also had the
"i* ambition when he was named as U.S. ERA. Allen has
.,' t Olympic coach for the 1980 Moscow wins plus 226

,., games, and urged listeners to go after was Bradford's 4s '
their goals with the same zest as he RBI's and extra!
sought his.Carnes "Scott Allen
stressed 3 things from the much to this i ,
";", world of sports: 1) participation, 2) hate to see him I
\ I the oppurtumty to be successful, and Despite losing 5
;'" 3)) the recognition that follows suc combined with

:, ,I cess. "the best group
',! I ifif' "The most important thing we can this area in a long
'", 1 do as coaches, teachers, and parents the BHS baseball
j I is help find a place where our children point where it can
"j i and students can participate." tions and still
1 The recognition he talked about have 2 seniors :
came to top Bradford athletes with we've reached the
the passing out of awards following compete with )
{i, Carnes' talk. got 17 people
Girls Softball coach Gayle Lee doled them arc
out 6 awards: Highest Batting at the University
i Average trophy to Kathy Diggs, Most think speaks well
Runs Scored to Mashell Brown, Most really looking
Outstanding Freshman to Kay Allen, Tennis Coach i
t. ( Most Improved Defensively to two winning ('
ft? ,' Melanie Wood, !Most Improved Offensively ing 10-2 and the
:P'' to (Hope Jackson, and Most agreed with
: '\ Valuable Player to pitcher Val students the ?
>r. }lamm.b ing "I'm a great 1 *
The girls coach said that despite a tion. Anybody who
sparkling 13-3 record "I was kinda and
disappointed because we started our their grades up is w "" ...:bIIUIo..,..... ,.. .. ,- en
season with a 1-run loss to Buchholz out and be a part.
and ended it with a 10-7 loss to Tennis honors
Buchholz in the District finals. Il still Johnson for boys ,
feel like we were the best team in the die Winkler for : to right Eddie l Winkler Scott! Allen, :Michelle KlmulU, Faith
,I Di!>trict." Foster for girls : l Johnson. Cheri Foster (Hope" .Jackson, Scott! Hudson, and
Lee promised that the Lady Tor- Faith Roberts as : .
nadoes will be out to bring the District Johnson was 17-7 not lI l'tIll''dI'ft': I'hillillt'I': and Antonio Jones
title "back to Bradford County where court "and was
Q it belongs" next season with 15 to 16 needed him," off I
players and 8 of 10 starters returning. said. Winkler I
"I'm really looking for big things career with a 22.4 I
from the Softball program in the next singles and : Loper, Revels! and (see related! story) and senior track
2 years" Foster, just a while'J jackets' and head star Louello Smith has already signeda
Next up was baseball coach Mike hard, never Greathouse getting a grant-in-aid to run for Santa Fe
Hartley to give out awards to steadily improved entitled, "Doc Community College of Gainesville.
sophomore Richie Fender as Best Pit- Roberts was the
cher, soph Andy Chaff as Most Improved with a 24-6 McGriff said senior Eddie Winkleris
and seniors Scott Allen and doubles record, Coining talking with Jacksonville's Florida
Scott Hudson as CoMVP's.Hartley BHS player to get Junior College about continuing his
noted that Fender came ment final since of t the fine Spring tennis career there and Hartley said
through with a 6-2 record and 2.94 The tennis High enjoyed baseball standouts Scott Allen and
after being pressed into the primary podium after ; ; (' arc showing to Scott Hudson have been contacted by
pitcher's role when Allen went down of appreciation to ; with a pulled hamstring early in the to Mrs. Lott, their couch I Lee an- should make (heir decisions
year He praised Chaff for sticking Track and field Hope Jackson, has shortly.
with baseball after being cut as a Loper and Buddy ; to play jr col- Loper said there possibility that
freshman and coming back to rip the long list of people ; at Gulf Coast Com more BUS track seniors could get of-
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I Starke Stars, After Upsets; f.,

While the Starke Stars were winn- I
ing their 7th straight last week ChurchPat insidc-lhe-purk pod in 2 hits for the winners while
Kingslcy Lake Baptist was being hot.hilling Methodist, John. David Francis and Robert(
upended by Smyrna Baptist and St. Mundorff and !fret Smith chip- Taylor) had safeties for the Jr.! Stars
Edwards so its the Stars all by park homers twice :
themselves in first place in the 'A' ble while Brian :t
group with a 9-1 record.Smyrna park homer and a
bounced back from its only Thomas cracked Horse
loss to win twice last week and is on Nelson Green went ( i
top of the 'B' division with a 10-1 ner sns John
mark. doubles.
Moving up fast in the 'A' division Frank Durrance (
arc 1st Baptist ((7-5)) and 1st Methodist ed and II. ;nAND
((5-6), with both of those ballclubs win- Pine Level. THE n.1
ning their last 4 straight. .. A U OY|

Tuesday May 25 Smyrna 10.:Monday, : "BIG HORSE" 'uletalbl I

1st Baptist 17 Jr. Stars 0: Rick poked 3 hits and : INVITE YOU' TO a :.(rtar c
went 3-for-4 and slashed 2 inside Griffis, and Marvin I
the park home runs and Mike base raps as l
Hartley lofted another homer over the ing Into the ,
first 7.4 ,1 Ir
fence to lead 1st Baptist.
Calvary. '
Eddie McGee was 2-2 with a triple Mike Ames was SAVEs ay'u
and double, and P. Carter and Mike 2-3, and Buddy ,, ., ,
Patray 2-3 for the winners. losers. ?
For the Jr. Stars Barry Warren, i $ ,

all Mart M.Stars'. Irons and Robbie Boone were Mike 1st Baptist Hartley 28 l'innodilu

hits and outscored ,
18 Presbyterian ::1: The Stars with 3 home runs to
won their 7th straight league game as victory.
Steve Marshall went 3-for-3 with a Hartley
was -
last inning homer that wrapped the with a double ONWHEEL
game up by the 15-run rule. Johns 3-4 with a HORSE
Scott Hudson was 2-3 with a homer, Prevatt
Clayton Norman 2-2 with 2 doubles, McGee 4-5 with with a a I LAWN and GARDEN TRACTOR
and Mike Southerland and Mitch hitting winners. Model C-161
Williams both 2-3 for the Stars. Shane M. Dudding w
,, I Johnson led Presbyterian with a 2-2 16 HP Twin Engine

night. St. Edwards !3 : 42" Mower rc
Kingsley Lake Side Rear
:Methodist 20 Pine Level 10: ( or )
Methodist riddled Pine Level with 6 straight upset loss l
rallied for 3 runs in /: r
home runs Tuesday night with Eddie the defending -
Douglas hitting 1 out of the park and Ed Spell and I tl'
I adding another in-park 4baggcr.Bradford lead the winners -> r

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15th-Place Actions Upset Wishbones j ;.. '% ,'

The last-place Actions put it on Wednesday. May 19 '
league-leading Lawtey Wishbone 11-9 Dixie Boys Actions II Wishbones 9: The :

last Wednesday dealing the place Actions pulled off a
Wishbones their first loss of the year upset handing Lawtey's ,
..but the Lawtey club is still well in 2-3 and R. Nipper tripled for Brooker. team its first loss of the year by '
: front of the field in Dixie .
Boys ing full advantage of 13 bases on
:: baseball. Friday. May' 21 passed out by Wishbone pitchers. '
:: Wishbones 7 Olympians 3: Gerald Chuck Coburn walked 4 t '
Wishbone's 6-1 record is good for a2game Brown fanned 15 batters and surrendered himself for the winners while !4 4 ;"

;;; margin. just 2 hits as the Wishbonesof Williams and Greg Wilkerson had ; ,;
Lawtey topped the Olympians.Sean hits. 4 ,
::;: Monday May 2i ,', .
For Wishbone Gerald Brown S'
I Olympians 13 Brooker 2: Mike doubles and c .
Sean Robinson
|!:Chappell was 2-for-4 with a triple and Robinson was 3-for-4 to lead 2for4. '

IrJJradley Tschorn also 2-4 as the Olytnpians Wishbone batters with Lamar Crews ".ndl... :

|.;. bombed Brooker! Monday. 2-4 with a double and Brown. and Clin- I.wt.p WI.hlNt.. '
ton Jenkins both 1-3. Mrch.nt. :
i:%: Gary Wise and Chris Hall doubled David McKinney and Mike Chap-- .Olympian
1 for the winners while B. Dunne was pell were 1-3 for the losers. Action roekcr! ;

.:' .

1. Giants Beat Dodgers to Retake 1st I ; .'. : ,

?The Giants dropped the Dodgers 5-2 Jimmy Johnson poled a home \

Monday, night to retake the lead in Dixie Majorand Brown cracked a triple, and ,
:JPixle Major baseball. Williams and Randall Polk '
:With: the win the Giants went to 8-3 stroked doubles for the winners. ;

with the Dodgers and Lawtey Blue Tell 1-2, and Bobby 1-3. For the Braves Chad Reddish _.___._
-3x>th 6-3. and the Mets 5-4.. Harold Chandler
came up
;2S: Monday, May 24 Friday. May 21 doubles! of their own. ((87), Ken < 12)'bring: down Junior fullback Olt\rr\ Tyson in Fri I

'CoGlants;: 5 Dodgers 2: Robbie McRae Lawtey Gold 20. Braves 16: Pitchingwas Thomas day's spring: football game at Bradford High.
Gold 6
Giants 14
definitely not the name of the Lawtey :
.:>nd Jerry Roebuck tagged home runs
Giants outscored Gold in
game Friday as Gold outscored the
;:and Allen Porter went 3-for-3 with a Braves thanks to the slugging of behind the hitting of Jerry
double:: as the Giants took first
'" over Terry Berry and Kim Gowcns. 4-4 with a homer, Chris Farmer

.. lace For with the the Dodgers win at Pratt Chad St.Mullins Berry was 4-for-4 with 2 home runs, and who Robbie both went McRae 2-3 with and Billy a homer : Phillies Well in Front I

homered. Dewey Williams tripled, a double, and 4 runs, and Gowens double.
:and: Randall Polk doubled. went 2-4 with another homer. Also R. Richie Barnes also went 2-4 for
2-2 with home
.: Wilkcrson was 2-3 and scored 4 times winners and Eugene Blye added a Dixie Minorwent Horsey a run.
For the losers Mike Shuford was 2-3
: Blue IS Brooker 2 Blue had >
: ;Lawtey : and Quinn Adams went 2-3. ple. For Gold Robert Wilkerson
and Coleman doubled.l.autoy .
::::aJong list of hitters in its win over the For the Braves Rick Kimutis was 2-3 with a homer, Billy Gault 2-3. 2-for-3 with a double, Shawn

::.Brooker.. Braves. 3-4 with a double, Stacy Lloyd 3-3, Jamie Crews and Russ Miscally Nichols for-4 with a double, and Billy Suns 12 Twins 8 Kevin
-Mike Rourke 2-for-3 with triple :
: was
: a Dale Brown 2-4, and Chad Reddish Mercs smashed an in-the-park
:.:- K. Starling 2-4 with a homer and doubled. Slondlngt Wise crunched a home run, TcrrBerry >
homer as the Phillies edged the Indians -
for-4 with triple and
was a
double T. Johnson 2-3 with a double
Ol.it> Wood and B. Hunter both
Timmy Seeley 2-5 with a home run Wednesday. May 19 ... Anthony
Dod. Bo Ilersey 2 extra base hits
slapped stroked 2 hits to load the Suns the
and double B. Crews E. past
Z-2. Starling .
Dodgers 10 Braves 5: Extra-base tu..t.r llu for the losers and Timmy Taylor and
3-3 with double and both J. Ross M... Twins.
steam rolled the
hitting power Daryl Gnann were also 2-3 with an extra -
and Waters l. ,Gold For the Tw ins Connie Elder was 2-2
11. Dodgers over the Braves. Chad I..... : base hit apiece.
For Brooker Craig was 2-3. Tommy Mullins mashed a triple and double .......lr.... with a triple and double and Byron
Bagwell delivered 2 doubles
Thursday, :May 20

.___ Indians 10 Hangers 9: Andy Tuesday. :May IK
1 ; smashed a double andicoret Tiger( 21 awtey Hangers!' 7: ThC'Tig'rs
( on a passed ball in the bottom I Iheir bats to
brought big
..-, fLt& t". r.,. :;' ( the last to give the Indians a win Lawtey last week with Donnio Francis -

1dee .,, St.'T the Rangers Lance Wiggins Ron Zurluh, J.J.
,.: Goodowns was for-2 for the win- Hall, Jeff Carver showing the way
as was I'/arjl Gnann who mash with 3 hits apiece.Included .
DRAWDY > : i a triple. Emory Prevail was 2-3 in Francis' big! day was 2
;l ,. < a triple and double, and Bo doubles.
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Ad STATE REPRESENTATIVE Lawtey Youth Ball Official \

: .
'.: -, (Bradford.Clay.St.Johns) I
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:,. : ( Lawtey Dixie Youth Association President F..D.: Crews Is urging parents to

:: i 741a444ee' ) show good sportsmanship and understanding during baseball !games this
., V (U cc ( 'i : summer and gave this message in a letter to parents last! week:

"It has been called to my attention and also hay seen and heard

,. | ) some parents getting too much involved in ballgarnosI .
:' I Proven Integrity Effectiveness Leadership ; ( ( ) know !>sometimes it may be hard to overlook some of the things
which with (such calls managers' deti-
I I you many not agree as umpire ,
; '4 Pd Pol Adv P.odfo.byTeasu.rN Wayna Allan : ; !>ions_, your_ sonsor daughters not plasing"a.. tl1'!. IuJJi..Pl.lDa.Yi.i.i1.fiN1 : : : \ : .. -_
1 ; ( to pia yr.-B fememher, the manager must play all players ho
I has during each game, unless he has the player on the bench for some
XegaTNbtices; H""H"'H""H.1' H" reason If he has a player he !is not playing for sonic reason the plajer.
the other team manager, and the umpires are all made aware of this.

.IN--------1 THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Lots \\t 2 In McCalls add Civil Action No. on lot 31 lake However these decisions by the managers and umpires are theirs to

to Hampton See: 30 82-228CA NOTICE Villas. Sampson Lake lake.
CIRCUIT COURT OF Twp S. R22. FREEDOM SAVINGS AND The BRADFORD Section 4, Township I wish to everyone's attention to the fact that the umpires have
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR Name In which assessed LOAN ASSOCIATION COUNTY SCHOOL South Range 21 Ihe right to let the managers know when parents (spectators) are loo
BRADFORD COUNTY. Alvin D. and Marion (formerly known as BOARD, Stork., Florida Bradford : ( ) carried away with things they say and remarks lo the umpires
M. Moor. FREEDOM FEDERAL SAVINGS will hold a PUBLIC HEAR Flor:da. I managers or the other team. If lh situation i is not brought under control

CASE NO. 82.212 All of said property AND LOAN ING ON PROPOSED A person who ( ) | (the umpire has the right! and duly to call the game and a forfeit
being In the County of ASSOCIATION). a corporation BOARD RULE No. 4124, substantially affected |; I I; will be issued. This would cause great embarrassment to our

!E1iii RE: Th. Marriage of Bradford State. of Plaintiff, vs. Job Description for the Department children! I
DEAN OF STUDENTS It much easier to be from I the bleachers than
:'CMAUDIE T. WILSON Florida. WILLIAM L. KING a posed action may is a manager or umpire
tWlle: and HUBERT FRED Unless such certificateor single man Defendant. SECONDARY at a quest a hearing In the field If jou do not belive Ihis try a few innings... ..
WILSON.. Husband certificates shall be NOTICE OF ACTIONTO Special School Board danc. with The A!>sn. and players all need your support and help The name of
: redeemed according to : WILLIAM L. KING, Meeting June 7, 1982 at 120.57, Florida the gme is for our boys and girls to enjoy the game, fellowship and
;NOTICE OF ACTIONTo law the property described RESIDENCE. UNKNOWN. 7 p.m.. In the School and Florida sportsmanship, right Please do not try to coach your child during the
.-- HUBERT FRED In such certificate or YOU ARE NOTIFIED Board Room of the Brad ministrative : game or make loud remarks about an>ono.
WILSON who. certificates will be soldto that an action to ford County School's Administration Chapters 17.1 and Feel free anytime to talk with me about this letter or any other thing

.)jtidence' I. unknown, the highest bidder at foreclose a mortgage on Offices. 582 Th. request for YOU care to
C*!'YOU ARE HEREBY14OIFIED the North Temple Avenue Thanks for help and cooperation
the court house door on following property In must be received In again your !
that an action the 22nd day of June, 'Bradford County, Starke Florida. Office of signed.K .
dissolution of mar- 1982. Florida. The West 84.58 Copies of this Proposed Counsel of the .T<, Crews
'Ig.! has In been the Circuit filed Dated this 10th day of feet of lot 3 and East Rul. and Job Description ment at 2600 Blair : President, LYDA
'i\Jrt you of the Elo>rh may, 1982.Gilbert 24.23 feet of Lot 4, Block No. 4124 may be Road, Talloha... ,
4dId 1 ltI''ICS1cuIfCpur$ of S. Brown B. of a REPLAT OF PART obtained from the Florida 32301 within
the'-State of Florida In Clerk OF MT PLEASANT ON Superintendent Offices days of publication I IT Floriland Realty
,flrhl for Bradford County By: Beulah M. Moody SILVER LAKE As p.r plat at 572 North Temple''''this notice Failure I I-1-3:
jttyt you or. requested to Deputy Clerk thereof recorded In Plat Avenue Starke, Florida. a request for Phone 964-7700

;"rve a copy of your Clerk of Circuit Court of Book 3. Page 20 of the This Is in compliance within the time 393 N. Temple Avenue Starke Fl.
records of Brad- with Florida Statutes,
Jbritten defense", If any Bradford County Florida public shall constitute a
j>fi the Petitioner whose */20: tchq Sin ford County. Florida. Chapter 120.54 as of any right such BUYING OR SELLING ,PROPERTY
I0m. and address I. ..........' has been filed against enacted by the 1974 may have to request TALK TO A REALTOR!
:"MAUDIE T. WILSON "NOTICE'OF INTENTIONTO you and you are required Florida Legislature. hearing under 'Congratulations to Seventh Day Adventlst Church on
:Route 1. Box 96 F, REGISTER to serve a copy of your Thomas L. Casey, Jr. 12057. Florida their' new church building. let us sell you their old
??*.Iro.. Florida 32666, FICTITIOUS NAME written defenses, if any, Superintendent of The Consent building and land.
Stnd. file the original with Pursuant to Section to I It on PAUL F. BRYAN Bradford County draft is available *3 BR home, nice arear new kitchen cab., let us show
.Wve CI.rk of the above- 863.09, Florida Statutes, Plaintiff attorn.y.whose Schools ,, you I
tyle/i: Court on or before notice la hereby given address Is 600 5/27 tchg 6/3 public normal inspection business .Cy.talla Homesltes, 2 lots, small down payment.

,;tun. 14. 1982.Otherwise that the undersigned Courlland Street Suite' .... ....... .... ...... a.m. to 5 **5 acres out Torsythe Rd
:ft. Judgement may b. : Sandra Couley 202 p.m. BuysERA 2 acres, 3 BR house off Bayless Highway.
600. Orlando. Florida INTENTION1
NOTICE OF through: Friday ."
:Entered against you for North Thompson Street 1 ,, Evenlngst Please CallVernle
jtfte relief demanded In Stark. Florida 32091. 32804, on or b.forelh. 7 TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS legal holidays, at the Odors Broker

!I.' complaint or pell-, sole owner, doing day of July 1982 an file NAME GRI. Phon. '''4.547*.
Jtfon.E business under the firm the original with the Pursuant to Section
| .WITNESS my hand, name of' TINY TOT Clerk of this Court elthe, 865.09. Florida Statutes,
:jgmd! the seal 1 of said ACADEMY. 202 N. before service on Plaintiffs notice Is hereby given
:Court on May 12. 1982. ,I Thompson Street attorney or Immediately that the undersigned Faulkner Realty Welcomes) New Associate
5 GILBERT S. BROWN Stark., Florida 32091 intends thereafter, George F. Allen, Rt. 1.
i*' 'As CI.rk of the Court to register said fictitious otherwise a default will Bon 299-A, Melrose,

name under the be entered against you Florida 32666 and ERA Faulkner.Realty would like to ERA's 40-hour sales training course ERRT
>, ByMarlonMcRo.: aforesaid statute. for the r.lI.f demandedIn Robert S. Shalt., 2072 introduce their newest" sales and is now fully qualified to service

=..a':.. A. Deputy Clerk Dated this'11th day of the complaint or peti NW 14th Avenue, associate, Herbert Walker, to Starke. all your real estate needs. FAULKNER
In Storke
May 1982
tion.WITNESS Gainesville, Florida Walker has just recently completedA
%? Florida
134pd6/O3 my hand and 32605. sole or faint REALTY
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g NOTICEI ..........eiS..iiNOTICE ....'!... the seal of this Court on owners doing business GOOD SMALL REAL
May 21, 1982. under the firm name ofAII.n'
will not be Attic P.O. Box
for debts mod.responslWe by REGISTER NAME Clerk of the Court 656 Keystone Heights." ESTATE. INVESTMENT? L
FICITIOUS Louise Patterson ,
;q yon. oth.r than Section By Florida. 32656. 527 South "
Pursuant to D.puty Clerk Water Street, Starke.
inyself after this date,
Florida Statutes.notice .
865 09, .
:May. 13, 1982.WiIlIom Is hereby given.....-_S/27....4tchg... Smt 6/17. Florida. 32091, Intends ta ldrPJ -
:tf: [ (Billy) GeIger that the undersigned NOTICE OF INTENTION register fictitious name 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone
iJl13 3tpd/17. under the aforesaid
V.................* Anthony P.O. Box 203. TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS statute.Dated. .
Glesegh. NAME Monday Friday f S Saturday 911 neon
$ TICE 0> APrtlCAiI Hampton Florida, joint this 11 day of .
tON I FOR oX DEED owners doing businessunder Pursuant ta Section May 1982 In Starke. eut 't REDUCEDI-
865.09. Statutes
HEREBY firm ofT.JS Florida. -
JOTK IS the name
Mini Ranch with home barns stalls, fruit trees, fIshpond
notice Is hereby given
I jfclVEN. that Walden 8.I 301 TAVERN. U.S. 5/27 4tpd_6/17
Wadsworth the holder of 301 3 Miles South ofStar. that the undersigned ..........0.....t.... pasture, fenced..Terms.
;a;. following certificates ..., Florida Intendsto Harlen Lynn Luther, Rt. NOTICE OF PROPOSED When it comes to finding a good small real estate Investment. nothingIs BROILER FARMEquipped.
said'fictitious Box 520-R2, lake Reported good Income.
*os filed said certificate. register 1. AGENCY ACTION more important than first hand knowledge of the neighborhood.
I :far tax deed ta beW.u.d name under the Butler. Fla. 32054, soleor The Department of En. BEAUTIFULLand
a We have that We find
thereon. The cer- aforesaid statute. joint owners, doing vlronmental Regulation QnkJ knowledge. can what with pecan trees. $1800 acre.
11 th of business under the firm Jf for. We're 10 ACRES
I !Stncat* numbers and Dated this day gives notice of Its'Intent you're looking your neighborhood
.-ors of Issuance, the May, 1982 In Bradford name of Lynn's Custom lo enter a Consent Order --I I 21 CENTURY 21* office. And CENTURY 21 is the With Mobil. Home end ..tr... 29000.

I JdiHcrlpllort of the pro.rty. County Florida.'/13.tpd 6/3 Drywall.said Intends fictitious toregister with Charles E. and Mar. a big; name in small real estate investments. Houses end Apartments Per Kent

and the names In ;... ,;....._.....;.....1|name under the lone lee Dlngmon for Neighborhood Properties.. Inc.. REALTOR I ((904)) 964-5231 Property Management Service
Ich It was a..MCIa. restoration work In connection Appraisals
2!' follows: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT aforestod Dated this statute.24 day of lo unauthorized AMERICA'S NUMBER 1 TOP SELLER. CENTURY 211"! Susan M. Faulkner, REALTOR, tU-SOU
.Certificate No. 166. OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL excavation into the landward BACH OFPtCB IS INDBPBNOIMTIT OWNED AND OPUATID. 'Irene L. '_Iftner. REALTOR-ASSOCIATE.94-1142
j -jftar of Issuance. 1979. CIRCUIT BRADFORD May 1982 ,In Bradford extent of Sampson (J:) 1982 Century 21 Peal Estate Corporation.trusice i for the NAF (H>.and TM-trademarks of Lucille Spry BROKER SALESMAN 944-B4M
County. C.ntury 21 !teal EiluK Corporation Squid' Housing Opportunity O
I X scrlptlon of Property 3/27 4tchg 6/17 Lake. The site I I. located Herb WelVer. ASSOCIATI.944S9MI




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Fernando's Wins Quick Stop Invitefor I Hope's Hoop Dream Comes True III

I ,,1 Fernando's of Lake City and Gainesville Tire staged a the weekend while Donald Wheeler led in hits with 14
":,' 2 out of 3 battle for the 1st place trophy in the 301 Quick and batted .583. Chub Johnson was at .500, Stuart Dun-, Some people say Bradford High star Hope Jackson was born with a basket-
Stop Men's Invitational Softball tourney last week and can .478, and both Matt Hull and Bill Goodge 476. Joey ball.
i Fernando's came out on top. Bennett hit a 3-run homer for Express. Well that might not be true but it Is fact that she's been dribbling and
;. ) The Lake City club knocked Tire into the loser's Waters, making its first appearance of the year,opened shooting a basketball for a long time.
I. t bracket with a 10-1 crunching Sunday but the stubborn with wins over Macclenny's Timberjacks ((1M( and 1 Hope started out playing hoops with the boys in elementary school. A
Gainesville bunch came back out of the loser's bracket the Country Boys ((13-7) before falling to Fernando's and remarkable high school career followed and Jackson will soon be embarkingon
by edging Starke's Express 6-4 and took Fernando's to Express.Randall. a college basketball career. Last week the 5-3'/4 guard signed a grant-m-aid
i! the limit with a 7-6 victory. Fornando's bounced back to McGee was top hitter for Waters at .583 with i with Gulf Coast Community College of Panama City, Fla., which boasts one of
,1 win the 2nd championship game 13-9 for the title. Tommy Wise and Danny McKinney at even .500. Ricky the state's finest women's jr. college programs."I .
Johnny Godbolt, G. Beach, G. Smith, Ronnie Jones, Bennett and Jim Lewis homered. used to be a little tomboy," Hope admitted with a wide grin Monday. "I'd
f and E. Iliggs all blasted 3 homers for the .weekend to Country Boys also won 2 and lost 2, opening with a 10-8 be out there playing right along with the boys. My uncle had a goal in his back,;
lead Fernando's. win over Keystone's Merchants, losing to Waters, and and it'a be me and about 30 boys."
\, The Express won 4 and lost 2 to place as the top local knocking Paraige Well Drilling out 20-5 before falling to : Playing college basketball crossed her mind in 9th grade she remembers.She .
entry with Waters tieing for 5th place and DJ Country Creek 17-5 in the loser's bracket. was shining for the BUS,JV then, and was one of the better players
Boys taking 7th. Gene Tanner tore the ball up, hitting .714 with 6 home around. She has become the best.
; Express opened with an 11-10 loss to Fernando's but runs. Lloyd Gilpin rapped the ball at a .667 pace for D&J 2i' She averaged 11.9 points per game as sophomore, 18.3 as a junior, and a '
roared back to eliminate the Rebels 5-4 Beer Witch 10-3 with Farelon McClellan hitting .643 and slapping 3 school record 21.4 as a senior, giving her a career total of 980 points. f
r, Waters 10-1, and Miller's of Daytona Beach 9-2 before homers, including a grand slam. T. Cale was at .545,and Gulf Coast, located 20 miles from the beach in Florida's panhandle, showed'a
:' falling to Tire in the loser's bracket final. Jackson Prevatt and John Ramsey both hit .500 with lot of interest, with GCCC coach Lee Anderson declaring Hope his number "
Tom Paladino Jr. paced Express with a .667 average Ramsey going downtown for 4 homers. one guard prospect based on .stat's and recommendations. But Central
Florida CC of Ocala, and Santa Fe CC of Gainesville also showed interest. It
et took just 1 visit with Anderson and his GCCC squad at the state JUCO tourna- >
I Giants Can ment in Gainesville to make up Hope's mind.
Lawtey Blue Starke Brag "He seems like a real good coach and the girls are nice," Hope said.-"And
they're giving me the best offer of anybody. '
Blue and Richie Barnes 4forwith 2 doubles,and Billy Heavner Hopes scholarship includes books, tuitions, and 5-day-weekly meal plan
the 2 teams Starke from Giants the-Starke played League super ball- Lawtey and are assuredof 4-6 with a pair of 2-baggers. Paul Akridge also slapped and Anderson set her up in a 2-bedroom apartment 'with 3 of her future
mashed 2-run homer and tea mates.
finishing 1st and 2nd in a Dixie Youth team invita- 2 doubles, Jerry Roebuck a basketball for 2 but has been such
Gainesville Rec. Robby McRae had a double. Gulf Coast has had women's just years
tional tournament week.hosted Unlike by the the end of season all star Akridge was the winning pitcher in the first outing, cessful, making the state tournament both years. They were 17-8 in 1981 and
Department last the invitational was for the top regular tossing a 6-hitter, while McRae survived a shaky start 19-8 last year, making it'to the final 4 with an 81-80 overtime win over defending -
tournaments 7-hitter. state Miami Dade South .
against Middleburg and pitched a champ
season 10-12 year old teams in the twice area. in the 8-team For Blue Robert Starling was the star in the 1st win, t The GCCC schedule, another factor which attracted Hope, includes home
Blue and the Giants both which won rained out. Theyare striking out 7 Gainesville batters and going 3-for-4 at / dates with clubs from Chicago and Tennessee, trips into Alabama and''
finals was
tourney scheduled to reach to the playoff ,Friday, June 11, at 7:30: at the plate with a double. Brian Crews was 3-3 and Timmy Georgia, and preseason jamborees that include 4-year schools like Troy St. .
said via Monday that he's just as impressed with Hope as
Pratt St. field in Starke to decide who gets the 1st place Seeley 3-5 with a double. Anderson phone !
2nd. Malachi Jenkins was the winning pitcher against she is with the school. "She's going to give us an added dimension being lef- '('
trophy and bombed who gets team from the Gainesville East Bel-Med and went 3-for-3 with a home run and 2 thanded. She can j play the left side in our 2-guard front or 1-3-1 and Ko left.Her.
league Blue 14-4 and then a edged a Bel-Med entry that was doubles. Starling was 2-3 with a double, but the real ...- shooting, her ability lo pick" things up quickly and her strong desire to play :1
to reach the finals. The Giants hero was substitute Jezane Ross. hard really impressed me. I
12-0 in its league 7-6 HOPE
with 10-5 victor over a Boys Club team from With 2 outs, the bases full, and a full-count on the Bel- is JACKSON, her basketballcareer Asked if she set new goals for what will be a new experience in Jr. College I
opened Gainesville and then whipped Middleburg's representative Med batter in the bottom of the last Ross ran down a fly looking up. ball Hope said "I just want to be good. I want to stickout."
113.Leading. ball to deep right field and caught the ball over the And why not. She's been sticking out on the basketball courts here in Bradford I

the Giants in hitting for the 2 games was fence to save Blue's victory County for a long, long time.

I Starkettes Pull Off a Shocker Over Dazzlers Norman's Takes Over First ;f 11

The previously winless Starkettes Women's cruised past Perfect 10. 2-4 with a double. Kathy Norman had a double for the For the Rebels Charlean Williamswas i t
pulled off the year's most shocking Leagueble For the winners Linda Cubbedgewas Perfect 10 was led by Lorraine Bass winners while Jewell Broughton was 2-4 with an in-park homer and tri-
upset in local Softball, !stunning the 3-for-5 and smashed 2 homers, 2-2 with a double, and P. Swafford 2-3 2-3 and Sandra Cauley 2-4 for the ple, Peggy Morrissey 2-3, and Libby
co-league-leading Dazzlers 7-2 Mon as the Cubbettes outgunned Joy Mains was 3-4 with a double, with a double. Saints. Hudgins and Val Seay tripled.
day night to push Norman's Farm into Perfect 10 to stay in the race for the Kathy Whitehead 3-5 with a double, ,Vicky Rosier smashed an In-
the top slot of the women's league. women's league title. Lorna Leasure 3-5, and Sheryl Norman's Saints*4: Gayle Lee park homer for the losers.
The upset dropped the Dazzlers to Judy Bright also homered for the Jackson 23. smacked 3 hits, including a double in
8-3, tied with the Cubbcttes for 2nd, winners while Brenda Butler tripled A. Cannon's 1-1 game was tops for a big 5-run 5th inning as Norman's Cubbetles 12 Rebels 6: Cleanup hitter Standings' W-L
with Norman's out in front now with a and Laura was 23. the losers. Farm rallied to nip the Saints. Lillie Mack's big bat sparked the Narman.Point (thru April lit) t-1
8-2 mark. For Perfect 10 Juanita B. went 2-2 Cubbcttes the Rebels. 4
with a double. Wednesday May 19 A 7th Inning comeback try' by the over L..f D..I.r.Cultlo.".. 4-1 t-1
Monday, May 21 Rowdies 21 Starkettes: Priscilla Saints fell just short as Viola Mack went 3-for-3 with an inside- L..f g.b.ls. 41ti

Starkettes 7. Daz/lors 2: Behind pit Thursday, May 20 Starling cracked 2 doubles to pace the 'Haguewood was stranded on third the-park homer, Judy Bright was 3-4 .SoInN...dl.. S-1 ,
cher Kim Brown the Starkettes Dazzlers 15 Rowdies 1: The rallying Rowdies to their win. Sharon when Norman's got the 3rd out on a with Kathy Diggs doubled, Portoct 10 1.*
defense limited the Dazzlers to just 3 Dazzlers had no trouble in running Kilby was 2-2 with a double Geneva grounder. and Brenda Mack was 24. S'.,,,"" ag
base hits and the girls 13-15 ballclub their record to 8-2 as Cheryl Horn and Hodges 2-3 with a homer,Debbie Ban-
scored 4 runs in the 2nd inning to take Tracy Hankerson both went 3-for-3 to nister 2-3 with a triple, and Elizabeth
the lead for good. lead a 19-hit offensive show. 1-1 with a double.
Brown helped her own cause with a Harriet Hamm was 3-4 with 2
triple and Tanya Rigby doubled for doubles, and Linda Leggett 2-3 for the For the Starkettes Tammy Griffis
the winners. Linda Lee had a triple winners. For the Rowdies Terri bounced a double. IN ONE MINUTE
for the Dazzlers. Hunter was 23.
Dazzlers9-Perfectl03: Linda ,
Cubbettes 16 Perfect 10 2: Lillie Norman's 21 Perfect 10 1: Pitcher Leggett stroked 4 hits, including a 1st-
Mack slugged a homer and triple and Shiela Forsyth surrendered just 4 hits inning triple, to lead the Dazzlers.
Clara DeSue added triple and dou- and was well-supported as Norman's Lisa was 2-3, and Jo Ann Jackson


I [ Sports Briefs j 1 I


Rec. Dept. Plans Permission slips for each child The tickets, costing $1 apiece are
must be brought in for each of the available through players and
Super field Irips.Grand. coaches, and al the concession stands
and Old Armory Rec. Department of
1982 Summer Program at the fice. The prize is a 200 pound hog I
is Slam Lifts II
Starke Recreation
freezer ready, donated by Ted Clarkof I
to start Wednesday,June 9,and run to Cubs to Victory the Meat Store in Starke. 2OTIMES .
Friday, August 13, with weeks packed
Thd drawing is set for 5:45: Wednes-
full of activities in between. Field Lawtey Cubs scored a 9-7 over day, June 2, at Pratt St. Field. You :
trips, Softball and tee-ball, tennis, Orange Lake and a 14-1 win over the need not be present to win.
Pepsi Hot Shot basketball, and rec activities Reddick Rookies two weeks ago.
such as square dancing, archery In the win over Orange Lake Ben
marble tournaments, and Strong slugged a 2-strike grandslamhome Rec. Department Sets
games such as limbo, and Pepsi- run to bring the Cubs from Tennis WIThFEELING. !
Lipton AgainFor I
Coke-RC cola taste-test challenge are behind 7-5 to a 9-7 victory. C. Johnson
planned.Depending. had a double and 2 RBIs, A. Kittles, J. the 3rd year the Starke Rec.
on age, children can Williams, and winning pitcher S. Department will hold a local Lipton rv
stay all day ((9 a.m. to 5:00: p.m.) or White were all 1-3, Jeremia Johnson Iced Tea mixed doubles tennis tournament
just come for activities they choose to 1-2, B. Williams 1-3,and Strong finished with the winners qualifying V
do with a full list and schedule with 5 RBIs.In for sectional playoffs. 1 How long is a minute? c

available at the Rec. Department of- the Sunday roasting of Reddick The tourney is set for June,with the ', .. Long enough to say"I love -
fice at the Old Armory. Registrationwill starting pitcher Willie Brown tossed a finals slated for Saturday June 26, at
be held June 4,7, and 8 at the Old perfect game -through 7 innings. Pratt Si.courts. Early round play will -. ; you 20 times with feeling.
Armory or Pratt St. Rec offices The Manager C. Brown cleared his bench be set up by the individuals involved. Long enough to bring you _
only charge will be for materials used with the Cubs up 10-0 and the losers Registration deadline is June 4 with ,' close to when
someone :
for arts and crafts, field trips, and you
broke up the no-hitter and shutout. entry fee$5 per team and players providing
refreshments for Tiny Tots, etc. Tommy Honour was the hitting their own balls. Teams can t., are'away. Long enough to
The all day program is for children hero as Brown was the pitching star, register at the Old Armory rec.office ._ : ; share a special moment
ages 714. For ages 4-6 a Tiny Tot program rapping 2 doubles, a single, and 3 Monday through Fridays,8:30 a.m. to
So share few memorable
is offered three mornings a RBIs. Brown aided his own cause, goIng 5:30: p.m. (closed noon -1 p.m.). 4 a
week, Monday Wednesday, and 2-4 with 2 RBIs. T. Diggs was 1-3 In a change from last year only one "' ': minutes by calling the one
Fridays from 9:30: a.m. to noon with with a homer, Keith Northrup 1-3 with of the players on a team must be from love today.
activities such as coloring, signing, 2 RBIs, and C. Johnson, B. Williamsand Bradford County for this Summer's you
arts & crafts, etc. J. Williams had RBIs. event. ',' : ., Your call may be the leas;:
.t A new activity for the Summer Program ) '; ; "' 1'' :
\ expensive personal
includes golf lessons to be given Also this Summer; the Rec. Department j/ ,
by the Starke Golf & Country Club on Raffle to Aid plans to host a tournament "t\ gift you can give.And it ,

t Tuesday afternoons for ages 714. Dixie Youth SetA along the lines of the Fall tournament i means so much. '
Rules include: held earlier this year with singles and
Children must be fully dressed. raffle to raise money for the Dixie doubles for both men and women. It m' .
The Rec. Dept. will not be responsible Youth and Dixie Boys baseball programs will be a weekend tournament with '
j for children before or after the 9-5 in Starke will be held Wednesday further information to be published as .
hours, and will not be responsible for June 2, and tickets are still plans are finalized. rf11lf
children who leave the area. available. Watch the paper for details. ContinntalTelephone:

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