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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 30, 1985
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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> Warm with a chance'of'isolatid showers is the extended outlook" ': Sporii. '.. . . .Pogot 9A .
"fur today Thursday, May 30> through Saturday. Public tumle... ... .r:; .Peg 10* 1
s" .Today !should see scattered clouds, a maximum temperature of : a r ;, aP
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mph. And, there is a 40 percent chance of afternoon thunder Go Cart Racing. :. . .... .Pag. !. .
showers Student to D.C. . .. .Pag 4B L10
Temperatures are expected to he In the upper 80s and low 90s, Doatht. . . . . .Pago '68 10 2b11.
lows into the fins as long as the current high pressure areas hovers Classified Adi. . . .Pagoi I.'g' ,,", ,
over North Florida DuPont Rotlrooi . .. .Pagoi 4a 011 F S0 C ,/
,Varying amounts of rain fell May 22, from .2 inches at the Santa Court Finals. . ... .'011. 1U A
Ke fire tower on US-301 south of Starke, to .58 inches at the Mows .rl.... .. ..,. ... Paso 128 ae' ati ..
Highland fire tower north of Lawtey, and .73 inches at the New The Sweet Ja1l jtiL i t his Side of Heaven
River tower on SK-100 west of Starke. SECTION Cl Pagoi .

Thirty-year average for rainfall January-May Is 16.79 inches. So Social' N._.. . .Page 1,8,*C tOBth Year cF. LORIDA 25 Cents
far in 1985 just over 10 inches of rainfall has been recorded. Tax Notices. . . .Pagos 2-5C:. .. 45rd Issue p,1 ,y, May 30. ls6s'' USPS 062-700 Copy

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Wortk Wotintf Call St. Historical District Creation Explaiiicl to 60 CitizensAn ::1


.. application to include the district under a $3,000; federal grant, Also addressing the group Thurs revitalization of the central Advantages of finding( the
128-year-old Call Street district of and prepared the application for the day night were Bill Adams, also of downtown, and the project now downtown Starke district of
Downtown Plans... Starke in the National Register of district, which includes buildings on Historic Properties of St.Augustine, under way to turn the old 1902 cons historical and architectural
A meeting Is set in the Starke Historic Places was explained to Call, Cherry, Madison, Jefferson, and architect Walt Marder of the thouse into a Starke Center for Santa' significance and placing it'on' the
T WQII1 n'S Club at 7 p.m. tonight some 60 persons attending a meeting 'and Thompson Streets. Department of Archives in Fe Community College. National Register of Historical
(ThursdayVMarch'' 30) to discuss in the Woman's Club of Starke last Work done in the survey included Tallahassee who showed the au Calling the survey "...a pioneer Places willEncourage:
for revitalizing and beautify .Thursday night, May 23. locating, identifying,and evaluating'the thence slides of restoration efforts ing effort," Weaver told the local
Clans downtown Starke by ad- Such an application has already buildings in central downtown across the country, and told which residents Starke is a "very lovely protection' ot'the
ding parking, planting trees and been submitted to the Florida Starke from a historical perspective had worked and showed some that town" which has "very lovely building, not legally but morally so
shubbery, and widening sidewalks.The Department of State in Tallahassee Weaver said the Old Courthouse had not been successful. buildings." that contractors starting restoration
six plans originally where it must first be approved by anchors the historic on thewest Theme of Thursday's meeting, "I hope our projects will serve as a work will do nothing to lessen Ills
presented by engineer Jim Robin the Florida Review Board, then for and the Sam Rosenberg Weaver said, was placing Starke's catalyst..," for the redevelopment historical attributes of a building so
I son have been narrowed to three by warded to federal officials in Building acts as the anchor son the' original downtown section on the Na downtown Starke, said Weaver. designated. ,
) a of elimination of less Washington, D.C. eastern end of the district. tional Register of Historic Places. Weaver said he was especially
! desirable process! features. The three plansare The application was prepared by The district, which includes all or Purpose of the meeting was to in pleased to find still in place some of Prevent projects of negative impacttofnegativelmpactplansfor
on display in the Chamber of Paul Weaver, a partner in Historic parts of 10 city blocks in the central form interested members of the the granite street curbing and ,
Commerce office. The Downtown Properties of St.Augusline, a private downtown, is bounded on the north public. original street lamps from the, 1920s. projects would have to be reviewed
Progress Committee has met with contractor. Weaver, the main by Jefferson St., on the east bye '1 The program is intended to workin Weaver hopes such features can be and alternatives found. .
St. the south by Madison, from historical used in restoring some of the historic
property owners and merchants in speaker Thursday night, conducteda Cherry on conjunction a Call Street..p.ZA,
the target area to preview the survey of the downtown Starke and,on the west by US-3b1., ;' .!point of view; with the proposed flair of Call Street.BHS. see )

plans prior to the March 30, txm .,,.,,,,, ,wpy /y+. ,N,,. .. "
meeting. F. U'r rw h'' ''niAr "'iP', "'
The merchants will be asked to lAdn' .r 'hd+w,r. Graduation .
choose one of the three plans or a a w ,-
combination of the three. A vote on ?
the final plan will be held at, a later
date. : ,
The downtown revitalization project ,1
would be done in conjunctionwith > Set Friday 8
turning the Old Courthouse, Aj p.m.
built in 1902, into a local center of
Santa Fe Community College and ,
with the efforts to have the128yearold j Commencement ceremonies are Class of 1985, will give the opening
Starke downtown area set for 8 p.m. tomorrow (Friday, remarks.
included in the National Register of May 31) on the football field for All senior class members, whetheror
Historic Places. Such a designation '' some 200 Bradford High graduatesof not they have completed work fora
would give future developers of the Class of 1985. diploma, will march with the Classof
downtown businesses a 25 percenttax y Debra Gianoulis, co-anchor on 1985, a change from past procedure
Channel 4 WJXT( ) television news, .
investment credit under cur
rent federal law. will be the featured guest speaker. In case of rain the ceremonieswill
Salutatorian Kay Lynne Watson be move to the BHS
Square Dance... .. will give the welcoming address. auditorium.
Valedictorian Stephanie Reddingwill The valedictorian of 1985,
The date of the monthly square ,, Nr deliver the farewell address. Stephanie Redding, daughter of Mr.
dance at the Kingsley Lake Civic 1 ? Senior Class Member Tonia Parks and Mrs. Lonnie Redding of
Center has been changed to the Y will give the opening prayer. Rhon
first Saturday, June 1. da Louise Sapp, president of the (See Graduation..p.2A)
The date was changed to the first
Saturday of the month because
local dahcers found out there is a ''e"" ,'
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squaredance in Jacksonville on the t It rj ?
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second'Saturday, according to ,
organizer Millard Brown.
Ken Perez of Jacksonville is g'y

caller for the square dances, which '' 'e '
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begin at.8 prn."atthe mainstream;; j ? ; ,
t:. level., ,_ 1 t
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Upcoming... .
Graduation for the Class of 1985 e' ? '

is set next Friday, May'31, at 8 ,,.. ,, t ,,
p.m. in the football stadium. ,
The annual Junior-Senior foot .

ball game is set Friday night, May T r T r
24, at 8 p.m. at the stadium.
The Bradford County Commis
sion meets Monday, June 3, at 9:30:
the courthouse. ; 1 6 y'i iw ''
a.m. in 1II\'rI"! 'c_ t""j iI., 'L JiYi\ ,
The Bradford School Board will

meet Monday, June 3, at 7 p.m. in ,;
the Administration Building on N. The Top BUS Scho a.'s... .

Temple Ave. in Starke, the major Eight of the nine BUS students who earned struiglil- Knl'elingAmy Chung, ShviTiv Harrell. Penney I Irish,
item will be the reappointment of A's for the fifth six-weeks grading period uI'e1'): and Jennifer 1I"O\" I1. In hackMike; Barber, Val.irie s, .
non-instructional personnel and a Jenkins Jason Brown' mill Jody Brown. a '' a
review of the proposed busing plan, l k n 'ni
the recommendation of the appoint- t
ment of a new high school principal i, r x : r'r,4
a
plus other items. Earn
9 BHSphysical
The Lawtey City Commissionwill Straight-A's at

meet Monday, June 3, at 7:30:
in city hall.
p.m.
Starke Commission will I honors man Tangula Parks, Tonia Parks,
The City of science, Spanish ,
Nine, or less than one percent,
meet Tuesday, June 4, at 7:30 p.m. student body at English 9, and chorus II. Sylvia Porterfield, James Sapp,
the 1,017-member of Dawn Scott, Sue Smith, Wendy Practicing for Graduation..
in city hall. Bradford High School earned Jennifer L. Brown, daughter
The Board of Governors of the straight-A's for the 5th six-weeks Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brown of Sullivan, Kay Watson, Lenore Wel Diana Phillips of Brooker and Lex Sanders of Starke practice throwing
Starke-Bradford County Chamberof grading period which ended April 23. Starke. Miss Brown is enrolled in ty, Cindy Winkler, Catherine Zam- their graduation caps into the air in preparation for tomorrow night's
Commerce will meet Thursday, :personal fitness, life managementskills bito. commencement ceremonies.
June 6, at 12:15 p.m. in the 90, or 8.85 percent of the student honors English 9, Spanish I, Diana is the daughter of Mr. and firs Norman Phillips of Brooker. Lex
Chamber office on the corner of body, BHS students, 24 seniors, 22 Florida history,and chorus II. Juniors: Pencie Sue Blackburn, Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sanders of Starke.
Madison and Walnut Streets. juniors, 18 sophomores, and 26 Jody L. Brown, son of Mr.. and Marsenna Brantley,!Tracie Clark,
freshmen, earned all A's and B's for Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. Erica Gruen, Edward Hall Karen
Free Firewood... places on the A-B honor roll. Brown is enrolled in algebra I, Martin, Sharon Martin, Tonja Mc-
physical science, Spanish I, honors Cloud, Irving Meres, Lorena Miller,
Stock up for the winter with free Seven freshmen earned all-A's, 9 and chorus II. Paul Moore, Rusell Nail, Evelyn
oak firewood. dominating the 5th six-weeks list of English Amy Chang, daughter of Mr. and Pennell, Marla Reddish, Melissa Bus Plan Try-out
wood is academic students. Todd Deanna Tomlinson, Russell ,
40 acres of cut being superior Mrs. Charlie Chang of Starke. Miss ,
away for pickup three miles southof Chang is enrolled in algebra II, Trainor, Melissa Williams.
The list includes one senior, one
Starke on US-301. Phone Gilbert 9 Latin I, and
honors English ,
Crosley,468-1551 directions. sophomore, and no junior class physical science. Sophomores: Stephen Akridge, Set 30-June 5
members: Penney Hsieh, daughter of Mr. Charles Coburn Deena Cox, May
I Chicken Dinner... Senior Valerie M. Jenkins, and Mrs. John Hsieh of Starke. Miss Kimberly Gowens, Carolyn Hilliard,
Club is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Hsieh is enrolled in algebra I, Hsieh, Melissa Miller, Samir A new school bus routing system will be tried out beginning this mor-.
sponsoring
The Kiwanis Jenkins is Pate Pierce, Shaun 30) through June 5, the last days of the 1984-85
fried chicken dinner Sunday, June Jenkins of Lawtey. Miss physical science, Spanish I, honors Audrey ning (Thursday, May
enrolled in art I, PE, family 9 and practical business Schmidt, Christine Sherwin Stacey term.
2, from noon until 4 p.m. in the economics, and English skills 12. English Shuford, Sean Smith, Ann Starling, The try out was approved in May 20 action of the Bradford School

BHS cafeteria.A includes fried .Sophomore Sherri C. Harrell skills.Robert H. Thorpe, son of Mr. and Melissa Sullivan, Angela Sysskind, Board. The plan to allow five "practice days" for new bus schedulesthat
$3 donation daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Mrs. Robert Thorpe of Starke. Tammy Thomason, Ruth Under may be implemented next year, said Supt. Jim Duncan.
chicken, baked beans, coleslaw, wood Anna Ward Henry Wilkes, the time students spend waiting for
Harrell of Brooker. Miss Harrell is !is enrolled in life management Idea is to elminate elementary
rolls, butter coffee or tea. Proceeds enrolled in honors English 10. Thorpe skills personal fitness Kirk Williams, Pamela Willingham. school to take in after buses arrive and the time they spend waiting
go toward the Kiwanis' Youth algebra nish II, and practlcaibusiness physical science, fundamentals of after school dismisses for buses to pick them up, and to relieve some

Projects. skip agriculture honors English 9, and Freshmen: Kimberly Austin, overcrowded conditions.
I. Robert Boone, James Carver, Dale Morning buses may run a little earlier but will pick up students for
Auditions... studentsare algebra
The freshman straight-A Cassels Pamela Clark, Felicia the elementary, middle and high school on about the same schedule as

The Bradford Community : A-B Honor Roll... Davis, Mervin Frey, Todd Gillen- now for most students. There may be individual exceptions.
Players will be holding auditions Michael E. Barber, son of Mr. roll water, Sondra Green, Matthew Hut- Elementary classes at Lawtey, Hampton and Brooker will begin at
by
Monday, June 3, from 7 to 10 p.m. and Mrs. Winston Barber of Starke. Students on the A-B honor cheson, Alison Ivey, Robert 7:45: a.m. and dismiss around 2 p.m. In Starke, elementary school
at the Starke Woman's Club for the Barber's subjects are life management grade, are: Jackson, Richard Kimutis, Carla classes will begin at 8 a.m. and dismiss at 2 p.m. High school and middle
up-pcomming production of Lerner skills, personal fitness McCutchen Deanna Miller, school classes will begin at 8:05 a.m. and end at 3:05: p.m.
and Lowell's "My Fair Lady." physical science, Spanish 1, honors Seniors: Tracy Baez,Pamela Brenda Stephanie O'Steen, Kenneth Owens, In the afternoon, buses will transport elementary students home at 2
For further information call English 9, and algebra I. Bawek, Linda Bisel Kim Eric Packham, Kimberly Ramon, p.m., then return about 3 p.m. to transport students home from the
Chris Jason M. Brown, son of Mr. and Boswell, Jimmy Brookins, Sid Russell, middle school, high school and vo-tech school. '
Laurie Conti, 964-8498, or Jackie Anthony Redding,
Wilson 964-8210. Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. Brown, Renia Robyn Brown, Kevin Starling, Richard Taylor, Joy In the afternoon, some elementary students will have to learn to ridea
Innocent
Brown is enrolled in life management Crews, Karan Elixson, Marie
and Pamela Zurfluh. different bus than they came to school on in morning. Parents
On Beautification... skills, personal fitness Connie Moody Samuel! Nor- Vellenga, will also have to make arrangement for some elementary children
f who will arrive home before their oldet siblings. '
"Bradford County- Growing More There are drawbacks as well as advantages, Supt. Duncan pointedout
Beautiful Every Day" and the Old but hopefully things can be worked out.The trial runs will show up
1902 Courthouse is the inscription the problems, Duncan hopes.
on car tags and bumper stickers. Williams is New Brooker Marshal Transportation Director Leonard Register said the plan will cost
The tags and bumper stickers are more because of the double runs. One more bus will be required.
on sale at the Chamber of Com Register pointed out that because of the earlier afternoon bus runs,
merce office or from members of Darrel Williams won the Brookerelection Already possessing the'required' shal Tommy Raulerson, wno resigned teachers on field trips will have to return to school by 1:30: p.m. '
the Highway Bciutlfication Com for town marshal last Tues.. police standards training and state because of moving to Ocala. Presently, some elementary, students in outlying areas arrive tor'
mittee: Reggie Flynn, Beveraly day, May 21, with a 2-1 margin over certification, Marshal Williams will At the last city council meeting school :)(HiS minutes before classes begin. Best time for them to learn
McGee, Norman Donn, or Christy, opponent Ted Bighani, 49.23."I be able to fully enforce the law immediately Raulerson told the council marshal he would is early in the morning it was pointed out. -
Torode. appreciate all the citizens help like to assist the new on a Duncan said overcrowding on many buses will be reduced by the '
Funds raised will be used in the and will do the job as town part-time basis to keep his certification plan, if it works in practice as it does on paper.I" .
beautification of median strips on marshal. said Williams. Williams replaces long-time Mar' active. -..---.- -, I
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New River Gets New Fire TruckIt I



took every spare mordent the in- tion, and found it unnecessary to firemen. It will replace an 800-gallon
mates In the fire department and rebuild the motor. truck that won't go tNewllRiver
motor pool at Lawtey Correctional Les Whitehead of.
Institution had for three months,but They built 1961 Ford trucks right, Dept.
being
said County Commission E.L. The next truck, already
Tuesday May 28, they turned over will to the
what appeared to be a brand spank (Nook) Norman, whose uncle had refurbished at LWCI go
ing new truck to the New River four of the 1961 Fords to haul produce Theressa Volunteer Fire Depart-
Volunteer Department. and one is still going, the other ment.
The truck is actually a 1961 Ford three having been wrecked. Officer commission agreed to
but is refurbished to look like new. Johns agreed the truck is solidly Lawtey The county Fire Chief Bill Crouse's sug-
to LWCI Officer LL. built.
According gestion to buy the two abandoned
a y r Johns, the motor pool supervisorwho The 1,000 gallon tanker can travel trucks from the City of Jacksonvillefor
oversaw the refurbishment, the 65-70 miles per hour loaded and feel $2,000 each.
truck is in good running shape."It .
like truck ride. It has heavy
a pickup
looked rough,"but if you could duty equipment, such as a larger So far, it looks like a real deal for
look past that..., said Officer
the Commis-
water cooling system that keeps Bradford County says
Johns. motor cool when the truck is standing sioner Lawrence Mosley, who works
It had been sitting outside parked, still and puming water. closely with the volunteer firemen.
and allowed to run down, having
been decommissioned by Jackson Jacksonville is a
Decision tor the truck to to New What was junk to
go
One Man's'l..easur@... ville. Biggest problem was rust and fire treasure for Bradford County, said
the water lines had burst from the River was made by the county
County officials and fire officials gathered Tuesday L.L. Johns, New River Volunteer Fireman Les truck sitting outside through last council, made up of volunteer Commissioner Norman.
morning at Lawtey Correctional Institution receive for Whitehead, and County Commissioner Lawrence winter's hard freeze Officer Johns
the New River Volunteer Fire Department this "new" Mosley. said. Inmates replaced the water
1,000 gallon pumper. v LWCI inmates refurbished the 19tH fire truck bought lines and sanded the rust off the
From left: Lawtey Fire Chief Bill Crouse, County from the City of Jacksonville at the instigation of Chief truck down to the bare metal and SANDWICHSHOPPE
Commissioner E.L. (NooK) Norman, LWCI Crouse. The truck cost $2tHH>, some $3,200) has been repainted the truck. s
Superintendent James (Cobby Wainwright LWCI spent on fixing it up. Otlicer Johns says it is in excellent Before that, Johns made certain e'A"rish' ,

Fire Chief J.D. York, LWCI Motor Pool Supervisor shape. the truck was in. good running condi-

107 E. Call Street Starke, FL .

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I Graduation Rosha's Beauty Shop

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597 Raiford Road GRADUATION SPECIAL

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Theresa, has a 3.9048 grade point Sapp, president; Marion Kay Allen, .
average for her four years of high vice-president; Wendy McDougald, Special Zotos
Salutatorian secretary, and Dawn Yolanda Scott,
school class work. )
Lynne Watson,daughter of Rev,and: treasurer. -T $2000 Perms 125C: off any Subs I I
Mrs. George Watson of Starke pas a Class flower is the red rose. Class
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grade point average of 3.6585. song: "Let's Go Cra7.;, Class col ,
Dawn Yolanda Scott, daughter of ors: scarlet and gray
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Scott of Class motto is: Time is not 1964-75701
Lawtey, with a grade point averageof measured by the passing of years, May 30 through June 5
3.5366 is the only other high honors but by what" one does... feels.,. and
graduate, meaning they have a achieves.
grade point average of 3.5 or higher. It has been determined, after
The 19 honor graduates, with several weeks of requesting by
grade point average between 3.0 and members of the Senior Class that
3.49, are Marion Kay Allen, Bi-tfnda final examinations for seniors will
Bawek, Sarah E. Benefield, hilip/ be given Thursday and Friday priorto /"-
Glenn Crews, Issam Mohamad l graduation. That means that /\/vMARK

Daoud, Christine F. Dickinson, John seniors can miss, if they desire the CHEAT TR ACTION.
David Francis, Nancy Susan GHder: last three days of school next week WET ON DRY!
Martha Jane Underwood, Joelle if they have enough absences re .
Marie Innocent, Karen Marie maining. Students who've already G/P ROADMARKPS /
Kimutis, Connie Dianne Moody, missed as much class as allowed will recROUSs-
Tonia Lechelle Parks, Tanja Helen have to attend the last three days or _
Rigby,Alan C. Rogers, Curtis Alexis make them up in summer school. 95 >
Sanders Sue Ellen Smith, Donald\ Under new state regulations a ri6 ;
Roger Thornton,Jr., Catherine Noel/ student must attend 135 of each / _.MItlA0617
Zambito. 150-hour( class to receive a passing MIMMHS I
Smoothridingpolycord
Class officers are Rhonda Louise grade.a body
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Doutri.fltMratan tnt Wlda.tough 7rlblraadB
for >I...tPMd aqulrm, I SIZE PMICCPltSrSB14 .
dMp head
better aiaemtyPoiyMtcr groove
33.05 drain a.r.w.ye

eo, boa "nor" P20S/TSB-14 37.08
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Call Street atrangtn. ameom na. ft, pns/TSB-14 38.0S
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Make available a 25 percent tax very prominient local politician. till talcI e PUSTSB-U 30.08
investment credit now allowed by E.S. Matthews, speaker of the House rtswtft$ .a..tn. + ; pnvrsB-it 4O.08
the federal government. Such tax and a railroad commissioner. Lex rtrul.a PUt/tOKIl tl ...u... C .wniiTUM*
loophole,might be done away with in Green, longtime representative of 1 ,.."/ ."-N .**.** a ." \. ,niv iANAOMm
the new effort to I simplify,they.;S.'. "Bradford County in the U.S. House pf i Met/Tia..14, :fi*!..*BisttaMii 5.
,."* *" Johns,tf n.",. 1... .
6 Representatives Charley
taxing system. ; pisn..t4.o" ", ., ,,. lg ,avrolurtu
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N ..c, .::J prominent state senator and \\tvr .u ..... 1
Weaver said improved propertiesin served as acting governor for two ", B1.MmraiMM .
historical districts normally years. ,
result in an increase in property _.mlr.AUE.trlaer ./
values. Premium prices are paid for
Main Street Program... w v
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historically designated places, he
pointed out. Architect Walt Mardpr also touted BRAKE
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Five areas of historical the federal Main Street Program as SPECIAL r I; SPECIAL I I SPECIAL 1(

significance are found in downtown a way to get guidance in planning I FRONT.END I(1 I OIL CHANGE, I
Starke Weaver said.Call Street was improvements and the rejuvenation I 2 FRO'' I
of the downtown Starke historical I ALIGNMENT I I LUBE & ALTER ::
of
really the beginning SWfke. I I I I
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district.No rdaan uI csle a.mM 1M n M..I..IIIM.LIIIcI i i
Development of the railroad system I .. .. .. 2 REAR
saaubemm NMks-: psi t N I I 3.-40 O.ew Err Merl m.Ne MA C e.r I I I
made Call Street thrive. Decline of grant funds are connected with .... .. 1-: II< MM a 11_ R'III.. PMt s EA.n; Mortars Dou... e
the passenger trains in the 1950S is the Main Street Program, but the I CME:500$rspit c_ .._s M.CM.... I I I I R.... r..A Mana.s: CIOI' a Adj.'I; "Road" I
assists towns such as .ata.ee,''. s 119 5 : =Amelcaa Can. Apua1 pm"""
of Call
one reason for the decline program I I I I I .. I
Starke with and design,
planning
Street, Weaver pointed out.
Weaver also pointed to an im organization of the project. I $1495 I c_Reg.1..1/1"'1&.95.. I II I $4995 I I.J

pressive list of historical figures, in- economic restructuring, and promotion I Reg. '16J L I I
cluding: Capt. John C. Richard, ,Marder said. Promotion sounds Er =-.J I Reg. '79.95
speaker of the Florida House iti the the least important but may be the 1 aa_ = __I _-COUpooE."tI. I
1880s; George Pace, a local merchant most important part of such a program
of the 1880s. Dr. John Gasltins. the architect said.

MARION TIRE & BATTERY .c.c; :..



. Brooker] Plans PavingIn /;;-"INSTANT: AVAILABLE"CREDIT 964-TIRE STARKE

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a busy May 14 meeting the Letters had gone nut in the water
Brooker City Council heard front the bills advising the citizens about the : F tiIiIiJ! t-i: III CD: 709 S. Walnut St.

Starke-Bradfrod Chamber of Com requirements to control their dogs ............_ ..... ..... (Next to Wend 's)
merce, Clay Electric Cooperative, and to register them with the city
and decided to go ahead with the According to Clerk Linda Robinson,
plans for paving in the Shady Oaks only one person had come in so far
Subdivision. and taken care of the city mandated

"...here to represent all the com- requirements.Old .
munities in Bradford County" Said .

Mike Cooney, executive director of Business... MONDAY &
the Starke-Bradford Chamber of "Definitely be worth its weight in CAP.'fAIN'S
Commerce. 'It's amazing what has gold to have it as a back-up," said TUESDAY ALL
been accomplished in the last year Gene Melvin of plans to hook the
and a half. We work hard for our well in the farmers market into the DAY SPECIAL
: DINNER
COUNTRY
membership. water system as an emergency
Cooney's topic was the status of spare
the Blue Chip Community certifica It was decided to have Otis 2PleceDelicious
tion. He indicated the results from Tetstone cut-out a leaking tank in Garden green bean Tartar sauce fried
the state visit were not in yet but the farmers market for $256. This j okra Fish Dinner
that the evaluation team had Seem- would allow water to be turned onto
ed pleased with the quality of the the market for the season without Fresh cole slaw
chamber's presentation.< "Bradford;! County is going: to old, rusted tank. $1.99Dinner
grow.it should grow because fit us, Lemon

not in spite,of us," said Cooney. STARKE wedge
iii includes: 2 golden

ClayCo-Op Report... CHURCH OF GOD f ; :: ,, brown fish fillets, natural-cut

"We want to be part of the com' I 422 N. SL Clair 964-5445 french fries fresh cole slaw 2

munity," said Charles HutcheSon, Walter F. Montz Paster QJagf r ,; fr Southern-style hush puppies.

from Clay Electric Cooperative to We invite you to worship with us. 1 t. 'a : y <. EXPIRES JUNE 13. 1985
them
the council as he told spout I + ,: fir

plans north of to town.upgrade the sub-station [""SmtfayScknl ATTENDED, .NURSERY. . 19 a.m. ((4. it ,:-:, 4I, SUNDAY
pf f
The sub-station is scheduled tfl go ,"MmtoiWinMp . . 11 '.m. I .j' r .
from 1,200 volts to 14,000 volts which' Emlng. Soviet .. S p.m. & WEDNESDAY
will require a major rebui1c:! tg. !I l ,.wldllltday YIIltIl ._ ... .. 7:33 p.m.. I f F t' ALL DAY
This is an up-grading which will Handle

the projected load of the area until -- tHE BRADFORD ALL-YOU-CAN-EATl
2025, according to Hutches**, ..+
concerned COUNTY TELEGRAPH I .- .. \
"I'm about the amount t e GPVatLJfINSeat..d r T. : Country-Style
of participation In our load manage Published every Thursday. i EXPIRES JUNE 13, <985Captain
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ment 'program," said HutchevOn."We at 139 W. Call Str..t I j Southern-style Fish Dinner
need more people involved hush
many puppies
Stark. Florida 32O91 j
in it.

offered A free so program that they for the could council understand was Second Class postage paid.at II Cornmeal breaded, country-style fish fillets $3.19

the intent of the prograw by Starke, FloridaSubscription ( Specially breaded country-style

Clay Electric. Rates: fish fiDets naturalcut french
DK fries fresh cote slaw Southern-
Council Lacks Bite.., In-trade area: $10.00 per year' hush
style puppies and tartar
Following tl.3 recent dog bite of $5.50 six months
Will Sanderson's son, the council sauce. Offer Good For Dining
little seafood
place.
agreed to. enforce the dormant i Outside area: $11 per year A great Room Service Onhr.
Brooker ordinance on animal Con- $6.00 six months EXPIRES JUNE 13 1985
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I These hlcallh'adfol'll.J.II'.I'1i were awarded Blue Ribbon Medals for excellence Guest speaker Diana Smith, surrounded by local council officers, applauds -
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lIy John SturgesncrSludenl awards was handled by Lisa Mosleyand and Melissa Reichert. Anita Black, and Lance Wiggins.Red catagory. recieved White Ribbons.In .
Correspondent Amy Tison. They distributed Josh Crawford, Sarah Douglas, Ribbon awards in the Recrea- In the Citizenship division a Red the Safety division Chris Bar-
Bradford County 4-H members awards and ribbons to several dif- Jason Hersey, Jeremy Hildebrand, tion division were recieved by Ribbon was awarded to Jill field recieved the Red Ribbon and
held their annual Member Awards ferent catagories. Anthony Redding, Justin Redding, Blaine Thornton, Anita Black, Terry Strickland, while Amy Tison and Jason Smith recieved the White Rib-
Ceremony Monday, May 20 at Bradford Guest speaker and county agent Kerry Snider, Lance Wiggins, and Whiteheac Amy Black, Rhonda Susan Crawford recieved White Rib- bon.
High School. Diana Smith concluded the Clarence Pendarvis recieved Blue Alvarez, Ann.-"e' Balkcom, Ron bons.In In the Gardening-Strawberries
Council officer Annette Balkcom ceremonies with comments on the Ribbons. Wishart, and Ri .y Wishart. the Dairy Foods division Blue division Red Ribbons were awardedto
presided over the meeting and goals of the 4-H club. She approvedof Red Ribbon winners under Swine White Ribbon: in the Recreation Ribbon Medals were awarded to Clarence Pendarvis, Dale Pen-
welcomed 4-H members and their the work being done to achieve were Rhonda Alvarez, Tommy division were awarded to Stacy Lisa Mosley and Anita Black. Red darvis, Dana Rathbun, and
parents. Stephanie King then gave these goals by 4-H members in Brad- Balkcom, Benji Bennett, Marcia Sapp, Harold Mayben, John' Ribbons went to Benji Bennett and Elizabeth Rathbun.In .
blessing and a thought for the day to ford County and by those all across Brown, Ashley Burkhalter, Jamey Reichart, Susan Crawford, and Jill Wes Moody, and a White Ribbon was the Child Development division
commemorate the meeting and the the nation. Carver, Phillip Crawford, Billy Har- Strickland. recieved by Hollie Sapp. Mellisa May recieved the lone Red
communal feeling of 4-H, which is Mrs. Smith and all the 4-H rison, Kristy Harrison, Jason White Ribbon winner in the Home Winners in the Beef Division were Ribbon.In .
celebrating its 75th birthday this members especially wished to thank Howard, Paul Moody, Dale Pendarvis Management-Water Conservation Andy Smith with one Blue Ribbon the Public Speaking division
;year. the parents for their unrelenting Angela Redding, Chris Redding, division was Kevin Wise. Medal and Terry Whitehead with Lisa Mosley recieved the lone Blue
The 4-H council officers featuredthis support of activities over the past Sabrina Starling, Chris Taylor, and Red Ribbon winner in the Career both a Red and White Ribbon. Ribbon.In .
year are Lisa Mosley, Kerri season. The buffet dinner precedingthe Glenn Underhill. Exploration division was Lisa Winners in the Rabbit division the Marine Science division
Snider, Susan Peugh, Amy Tison, presentation is just one fine ex- White Ribbon winners were Chris Mosley, who also earned three Red were Dale Pendarvis and Clarence Jason Smith recieved the White Ribbon -
Angie Schlossar, Amy Black, An- ample of the work being done by 4-H Barfield, Jeff Carver Franklin Ribbons in the Forestry division and Pendarvis with Red Ribbons, and .
nette Balkcom and Eric Redding. parents in Bradford County. The Hart, Bo Hersey, Harold Mayben, one in the Dairy Science division. Amy Tison with a White Ribbon. In the Aerospace division Lance
1985 4-H Council members are numerous awards presented tonight Wes Moody Dana Rathbun, Winners in the Wildlife division Winners in the Horse division were Wiggins received the Red Ribbon.In .
Timmy Coleman, Randy Underhill, proclaim the importance of 4-H and Elizabeth Rathbun, Hollie Sapp were Amy Black-Red Ribbon, and Lisa Mosley and Penny Sellers with the Health division Lisa Mosleywas
and Chris Carlton. the support of agriculture.The Stacy Sapp, and Randy Underhill.In John Reichert-White Ribbon. Blue Ribbon Medals, and Kern awarded the Red Ribbon Medal
After pledges, Amy Black an- presentation of awards by Ms. the Recreation division Blue Charmin Wiggins recieved the Snider with a Red Ribbon. Amy and Kevin Wise recieved the White
nounced a recognition of guests at Tison and Ms. Mosley are catagoriz- Ribbon Medal winners were Jeremy sole White Ribbon in the Poultry Tison and Belinda Melson also both
the meeting who included local 4-H ed into the following divisions.In Hildebrand and Lori Mosley. Blue
agent Diana L. Smith, and 4-H the Swine division Blue Ribbon Ribbon winners were Paul Moody, .r ,.
Secretary Pat Muse. Medal winners were Annette Tommy Balkcom, Lisa Mosley,
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<(< Mayor Laura Harris Cobby's son Wayne Wainwright, Cash Rebate .
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embarrassed him, but James ty has to offer." the county, rebuilt fire trucks,
. (Cobby) Wainwright, out-going Wainwright's last day at LWCI is covered the north end of the county May 1 and May 30, 1985We
. superintendent of Lawley Correc- tomorrow (Friday, May 30). with the LWCI quick response fire
tional Institution (LWCI), finally got Wainwright is being transferred to truck, inmate work squads have r r a
some recognition for his public ser- the superintendency of the Recep- helped the city and county, they
vice to the citizens of Bradford Coun- tion and Medical Center at Lake have made wooden toys and given
, Butler. Wainwright has over 30 them away to kids at Christmas,
ty.As superintendent of LWCI for the years of experience with the Depart- painted churches, and a lot more A Selectionof
past eight years Cobby, as he's ment of Corrections, and says he things this writer could not thinkof. Have
known around his! home town of plans to work a few years more. ...
Lawtey has more than cooperated He bought a new truck to commute FiIE
.i with every public need a school, from Lawtey to Lake Butler. Heassured "I don't know what to say...a lot of Office SizeTypewriters a
r church, or local government has ex the concerned citizens Tues" the credit goes to the people at
: pressed. day afternoon he'll continue to live'In LWCI," said Wainwright when LE OFFICE
, James (Cobby) Wainwright "... Lawtey. Principal Buddy Paterson gave hima e
really represents what involvement Brooker Principal Bill McHae, chance to respond. Wainwrightsaid \ SHOP
. in the community is all about," said who said he's delighted that Wain- he'll be further away from
I; Supt. Jim Duncan, a former wright will be in Lake Butler Lake Butler,and will continue to live
;; cipal at Lawtey Elementary were because he'll be about 25 miles in Lawtey. At A Special Price. t 11 ow, Call St.
school officials, Lawtey Mayor closer to BE,was about the only per
Laura Harris, LE PTA vice- son pleased at the transfer. it.Wainwright" I 9645764Starke.
Raymond Durban, and With Wainwright as superintendent "I appreciate Information
Lawtey president Little League president Ed at LWCI, inmates have helpedin said tion,by and the was cafeteria given a filled standing with L.E.ova Call for Fla.
Crews gathered Tuesday afternoon many community activities. For
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" visiting
May 28, to honor the out-going LWCI instance, LWCI inmates have cook- students' and a good. many
superintendent.Bradford ed the fish and chicken at community adults. 964-5764
I County could not have a activities, they have landscapedand i; .
better friend to the school system, kept up the grounds at tawtey Wainwright was presented a weed
said Duncan who said Wainwright Elementary, built portable eater as a gift, presented by Pater-
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National Register Application Filed For Call Street Historic District.


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Landmarks of unusual architectural
Call Street In five categories ,
qualifies named in the National
for nomination to the National Register of significance the 1902
application are Bradford
Historic Places, according to an application Register
Courthouse, described as the
., "EfFERSON- filed last week by Paul L. Weaver of a County"pivotal building" on Call Street, and the
St. Augustine, who has just completed old Florida Bank building (now housing
historical and architectural survey of the ).
Jewelry
Williams
128-year-old district.In .

:iit The courthouse, which cost $12,500 to
... his application, which will undergo
is described in the
in 1902,
wen submitted construct ap
review on the State level before being
w of
"a fine example Romanesque
final plication as
to Washington agencies for
Revival architecture..embodying the
Weaver said the Call Street District
study,
and commercial importance that
r fulfils in political
National Register requirements
seat represented to
small
in the of the county
that it has local significance areas
communities, especially local
Florida
,
I exploration/settlement, transportation the late 19th and
merchants, during early
SHP' and ar
w. i m nr p .e. w m w. n commerce, politics/government centuries."
20th
:. chitecture.
i CALL STREET Im

e I Ia "The key event in the development of a
Call Street District was the construction of
the Florida Railroad through here in the

late 1850s," Weaver's application states.
'w "Before completion of the railroad,
-' transportation through the area which
CI.w became Starke was limited. Prior to that

... time early settlers of the area depended on r
water transportation to market their
goods. The nearest link to water transpor-
tation was the river landing at Mid-
.' dleburg, some 15 to 20 miles to the east on
the North Prong of Black Creek. In pre-
MADISON STREET railroad days, farmers hauled their cotton
J.L5 8o Call Street and other crops to market by ox or mule
ta11MQUTIMA SALONS team over sand trails to Middleburg, for
.....,.,... HISTORIC DISTRICTTTOIITCMoU
o --- "'D''''' loading on boats or barges for the long,
Weaver points out that the "NeoClassical"
,nJ:: .NICK .*u. STARKE.FLORID MAYIBe, slow ride up the St. Johns River to bank building was designed by

--rt.- CUKBHMt _"'U' Jacksonville (or Cow Ford, as it was Wilbur Talley of Jacksonville, one of the
--t tmmoAw or ws Vaolp "O'CY' known in the early days). While in Mid- foremost architects of the period (1914))
dleburg, they would buy basic staples,
o when the bank was built. "The bank is a
such as coffee, sugar, and tobacco, and a blend of features taken from classical architecture -
few other luxury items" they could not growon and design elements and

.",, ,., their own farms. building materials fashionable at the time
". of its construction. The blend results in a
'\ fyJ.itf..l// "\.:.' The National Register nominatin pointsout handsome,well-designed structure built of
the 1880s and '90s Call
: that during "
:l}':, .. __." .,.,.-- Street began developing the physical appearance high quality materials, Weaver said.
"
,..... :
A 'f / which it largely retains today.
In addition to architecture of the district
Old Florida: '. i :. ti ,, Around 1882 Dr. John L Gaskins, an early Weaver's 31-page nomination for the National

., .. .. political figure and civic leader, con- Register, includes historical,

Bank .' I. Gaskins structed Brick a row Block"of buildings.Starting known with as a"the two- political highlights, educational of the Call,Street and District.commercial He

story building, still standing on the was impressed by the large number of
of Call and Walnut
southwest corner
state and national political figures that
Building the extended west
along
Streets, buildings

have been produced here, probably exceeding -
Call to include the present sites of Chas-
the total claimed by other
tain's Bradford Printers and the Of- any
the ,
,
Builtin 1914 town of comparable size in the state.These
f fice Shop. include three Speakers of the Florida

House of Representatives, two Presidentsof
Earlier buildings constructed before,
the Senate to the Constitutional
delegates
f during, and just after the Civil War included -
Conventions of 1865 and 1885, and
those clustered in the vicinity of the
( each) membersof
railroad crossing on Call Street, and the long-term over 20-years
the Florida Public Utilities Commission,
Hemingway building still standing on the
the U.S. House of Representatives, and
e 1 northeast corner of Call and Walnut,which
..,
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rf tw Florida Commissioner of Agriculture.
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AMIiILa ,
r !# Wndli + m provided rental space for county officials
when the county seat was first moved to "This assures Call Street of a place in

.... Starke from Lake Butler in 1876. Florida political history," Weaver said
... ..
--- Senator Charley Johns also served two

years as acting governor.

Now, or Never Black Community Citizens Group "When first constructed, the buildings
within the proposed historical district
well coordinated in terms of
were
very

Starke at the CrossroadsThe Concerned Over Being Left Out their color materials features.", proportions Weaver said., and In architectural his

presentation of the survey report here last
i Mr.Jim Duncan, Superintendent duty to participate in matters of this week he pointed out that facade restora-

first their historic and there is nor Bradford County School Board nature.In tions of these buildings could be attained at
of two meetings that will properties, 582 N.fefipte Avenue taiStarke '
the district
moderate cost to give a
determine the futur of Starke'Was'heldl reason why Starke cl\nnQt'do.; tfie) same ? ; ,320Jl! order for you Superintendent, the historical ambience that would appeal to
last Thursday night with more than sixty All it requires is'some vision, and'imagination ;: 'Dear uhcan' :\1 I,'I I'successful new Principal, and the school system to bi, potential shoppers passing through Starkeon
it is
to take the combinec
going
a moderate investment of
interested its three highways.
Purpose major
-
persons
attending. We, tile concerned citizens of Starke and efforts of all of us to work harmoniously ira
of the meeting was to receive and dollars (which should be recovered in fair and Christian-like
Bradford County, are extremely concern manner. "Some towns have to start from scratchin
future profits) some attractive signs
discuss the findings of a historical and ed about not having been involved in the redoing their downtown districts,"
architectural survey of the Call Street directing tourists and other visitors to screening process for the selection of the We were, as black citizens, left out of Weaver said. "Starke is fortunate in hav-.

District with the goal of having it accepted the area a reasonable amount of plann- new Principal for Bradford High School.It us this be important a part of the process overall this time. Please let ing a head start with its compact district of

for listing on the National ing, and energy enough to carry out program. 75 to 125-year-old structures that can be.
those plans.Tonight's. is very important that you overlooked, renovated comparatively little cost
of Historic School
Register Places. Boards
Superintendents, and
and completely forgot, the entire black when you consider the tax credits that are
Principals are in those for all of
community by not allowing our positions he
sugges- still work
available for
preservation ,
The second meeting will be held meeting will be primarily tions and input into this important selec- the people of the communities that they concluded.

tonight (Thursday, May 30) for the pur- for property owners to review the three tion process. serve. Yours truly,

pose of having property owners indicate tentative plans that have been drawn up Elizabeth Walker
,
We. the black citizens, are a part of this president
their choice of one of three plans that for Call Street improvements, and community; furtner, we are a part of the Concerned( Citizens Governor Appoints

have been prepared by Bartholomew & select the best features of each' to be incorporated school population, and believe it to be our Of Bradford County, Inc.

Associates of Jacksonville for the into the final plan. Carolyn Autry To

streetscaping of the downtown"district ,
It isn't often that the central business
of Call Street. Historical Board
district of a town is given the opportunity Unleashed Dogs Violate, City's Code.

Both of these projects are closely to turn itself completely around, Governor Bob Graham has announcedthe

related integral parts of the downtown changing from a drab, declining And Infringe On Rights of Others (An Open Letter to The Mayor) appointment of Carolyn C. Autry, of
business area to an exciting new image Starke,as a member of the Bradford County
development of Starke but they are '
Honorable Bobby Biggs, owners Historial Board of Trustees.
taken place, most are wily enoughto
combining the historic heritage of the
also separate and distinct and should Mayor1', City of Starke
not be confused with one another. past with the most attractive features of \' in restrain anticipation their of pets the, at dog least catchers'temporarily visit., Mrs.Autry and her husband, Robert,are

modern merchandizing.The As a* life-time resident of the managers of Mitchell's, Starke's oldest _
Therefore the crime
unpunished and
voicein goes drug store, located in one of the historic'buildings "
Starke area, .I must raise my
The meeting last Thursday was suc- protest over a matter which the guilty dog-owners set their aggressivepets on Call Street. Mrs. Autry is also :
cessful in presenting the significant role initial spark has already been troubles me very much. City law free once again. a member of the Downtown Progress Comi i 1
that Call Street provided for revitalizing the downtown Why do many citizens of Starke find it so mittee and has been active in plans for "
has played in the clearly states:
difficult to abide by this law? Are .
they restoring Call Street to its one-time :
district the Santa Fe Community Col- / pro-
development of Starke since the by of the ordinance? Do
"It shall be unlawful for unaware they con- minence. .:
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railroad was first built through here in lege Starke Center project which is proceeding kind sider their animals' freedom (or their own :
1858.: It was also projected how Call on schedule and will be readyfor any dog of any to convenience) to be or more importancethan The Historical Board of Trustees serves ..;
Street and Starke the fall term in September. The run at large within the the safety and comfort of their to preserve the historical aspects of Brad- .:!
might its
capitalize on effect this will have the city limits or to be upon neighbors? ford County, which was established in 1861 ".
stimulating on
colorful background by highlighting its the streets of the city at Whatever the reason,I hope that you and and is 'one of Florida's oldest county -:
historical .features through preservation Call Street district, as well as the entire the members of the City Council will governments. The board acts in an advisory 01 i
of older buildings in order to attract community, can hardly be any time, day or night, endeavor to rectify this problem im capacity to the growth and development ::
tourists and others overestimated. unless said dog is in an mediately. Anything which detracts from of the community, and is the owner -' .
into the district .
as a
automobile or other conveyance the safety and calm of Starke's streets of the 1902 Bradford County Courthouse, .ii;
pleasant place to stop and shop. Combine this with the or unless said mars the quality of life and lessens which was recently leased to the Santa Fe J t!
pending is muzzled and is ac- Starke's potential for positive urban Community College Endowment Board for "ji!
Paul Weaver, preservationist with downtown improvement and beautification dog growth. use! as a Starke Center, opening in i::
Historic Properties Associates of St. project and we have a picture thatis cqmpanied by its Lila] E.Yawn.BonghiRaifordRd. September., j!1

exciting enough to inspire even the master, or some .,Starke +t
Augustine, who conducted the study, announced Constitutional 1
the master'sfamily
member of ;
.that he had most conservative property owner
prepared the
application -
unless said Convention Proposal i
and/or merchant to make substantial or ;
for National Letter ParentsOf
Register designation to
of the district and expressed belief improvements to his or her property dog is fastened with a Called Confusing *j j
leash and held by its Senate Memorial 497 is bill that will 3:
that will undoubtedly yield excellent a
that Call
Street had 1985 Grads
a good chance to be BETS
returns the initial investment. master, or some other cause a great deal of confusion and controversy 2;!
added to the Nation's list of historic on .
for its master." On the surface it appears sim- ii:
places. If this occurs, owners of person We would like to take this opportunity to pie asking Congress to pass a balanced >!
buildings fifty years old or older will be This is an opportunity that should not i I Ordinance No.,290-A say thanks for the 13 years of sacrifice budget amendment. However, with this :1 i

eligible for maximum tax credits on be bypassed at this time when so many Despite the plain specificity of this ordinance made on our behalf. We realize that request,the Florida Legislature would res- J!!

,restoration work. positive factors are coming together to many residents of the city do not without your love, guidance and prayers, cind the 1976 memorial which called for a J:
make a dramatic change in Starke the feel compelled to abide by it. Their ignorance many of us would not be sharing in this important constitutional convention to balance the :'
in federal budget. Thirty-four states need to A
has, on numerous occasions,corrupted event our lives. :
It is believed that the National Santa Fe College project..the possibility l leisurely afternoon.strolls on public It is our desire, as a class, to maintainthe request a convention in order for it to be J
Register listing, together with re-doing of National Register listing for CallStreet..and sidewalks into heart-pounding nightmares' dignity of our graduation ceremony. held; 32 have done so.just two short. Congress t i:

building facades to conform with the the enhancement of the for me and my husband. We have been accosted Therefore, we are asking that you please has continued to deny this amend- :
with landscaping and cooperate with us in this attempt. ment and it appears that the only way that ,';
downtown area land no fewer than five
historical theme of the late 1800s on public
or The audience is asked NOT to congregate a balanced budget amendment will;:
"turn of the century" will other improvements.After times In the past year by unrestrained become of the constitution is *
attract a flow by nothing more than our in front of nor to the side of the a part by c
of shoppers from U.S. 301 and State dogs provoked. podium to take pictures. We have arranged means of a convention. .*'.

Road 100" into the area if attractive more than a year of planningand presence.Infinitely more infuriating than the for a professional photographer to takea Those who opposed a convention fear:J:!

shops, eating places, etc. are provided preparation for these events, the dogs' actions are the owners' typically picture of each graduate as he or she that it will completely change the Constitu- ]1':
in a relaxed atmosphere provided by time has now come to take the final step defensive or apathetical res nses. "He's receives his or her diploma. Our graduation Lion This seems to me to be the false;;
street and forge ahead. The Santa Fe College' Just playing" or "Aw, she s just a big will also be video-taped. These services assumption. First Congress has the -:;
landscaping, comfortable ben- are offered for a small fee to all In-
and baby are of no comfort when a snout full power to establish procedures limiting the ai!
ches, green space, and adequate off- project is setting .the pace, never of razor-sharp, teeth is snapping at your .terested persons. convention to a single subject. Indeed, the;{;
street parking. again, at least in this century, will so heels. Such an attempt to defend or excusean 1 We have also asked our classmates to Senate Judiciary Committee passed such a tf:
many positive factors come together to outright infraction of city law is, to me, conduct themselves in a manner that will bill without dissent last session. Further-;!

This attractive will be ensure the success of a revitalization ef' abhorrent. .make you, our parents, very proud of us. more, states must ratify any proposal 1 of .J:
atmosphere It Is unfortunate for all of us who walk Again, thank you for being there, we the convention. Article V of the U.S. Constitution -f|;
provided by one of the plans now under fort. :enjoyment: or out of necessity; that en- i could not have done' it without you. makes convention calls a fundamental -..:

consideration by property owners and rorcementof the ordinance is difficult.The BHS CLASS OF 85 part of our checks and balances :;
the Downtown Progress Committee.. When opportunity knocks this loud, city animal control officer is. it seems, ''Rhonda Sapp, president; Kay Allen, vice- and truly makes the federal government 3:

Other towns our size have capitalized on only a town that has completely givenup able to take action only 11 he finds the Dawn'Scott president' ; Wendy, treasurer McDougald, secretary; ,for and by the people Chance Ervtoe 1J:

the ghost would fail to respond. animal loose; but once an,incident has State Representative*}
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Jennifer Knight (above left) hushes her "Rag Doll" played by Holly
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Child Abuse Play Dramatizes a Serious IssueA playing in area schools


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play about child abuse with .
: Bradford Middle School actors, is Cox
being J performed: in all the elementary Appliance
; schools to inform children
about t the problem of child abuse, a -. JI'I', ;:' &
: subject that has received .
widespread, attention in the media in I,
: the pass year. ..-
'; The play, which is at times Air Conditioning
humorous but most usually quite
realistic. developes as a situation in t i.
which a young girl is being beaten bya kv ServiceService
slep'-father who has trouble
holding onto his job drinks too much .. ',;
: and hit:? the girl after losing his j y rroiia and Repair on:
temper
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was written by Dr. 11. Euegene w ,t -, Conditioning
Jackson,a noted author of children'splays /
'. and contains plenty of Refrigeration Electrical
characters the students can identify .
; with. Tile serious concepts involvedare
vividly dramatized.The y JOE COX, OWNER I
pi ay also goes on to show how -- .
< abused children can become abusers

themselves.The ;young girl's rag doll soon 1
begins to feel the anger of the girl as [964-74621
she beats' the pig-tailed play toy in
the same her beat .
way step-father --- --- ----- -
her Rt. 2, Box 2116
The il'l's mother involved
gets
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after tin girl skips school. She skip- IarMi, (Hwy 16 Raiford Rd.)
ped school because other students Starke, Florida 32091
were m.iking, fun of her bruises. She Check the Yellow PagesOf
had a bruise on her face from the
blows ol the abusing step-father. The play was performed at five Our Local Phone Book
I The play, ends with the family area elementary schools and at I For Quality Service & Repair
deciding, it's important for the man Bradford Middle School as well.
I : in the fa mily to get help for the problem The$35 cost per show was paid by -
of abuse The young girl learns Friends of the Children through the Happy I
I : that it's not normal or acceptable toi Child Abuse Prevention Project
be beaten harshly as a form of (CAPP). Birthday
o i..pumsJunent.i.. ,.. ..,. ,!,,,, > Friends of the Children are local
,, '<'The,,Qr1ay> -was directed'by1-Peggy church''"groups, civic organizations 'Lindsey FallenReplogle CHECK OUT
Stanwi>;.Hay and performers were: and concerned individuals.
Holly f Shields plays the part of Betty Young secured the $160 for
.. Lamar, the Hag Doll. For all the royalties.The I THESE _
peformi-TS! except Cassie, the abused One-Thirty Players are gifted May 31
child \II ho is played' by Jennifer students from BMS.Their instructoris S I
Knight, Lamar is just a doll who can Peggy Stanwix-Hay. EXCITING
-. walk when pushed or pulled.andean
say just a few words when the string .

:' on Cassia her back! has is black pulled.and blue markson LIFE & PRAISE MINISTRIES"A (Pride VALUES! _

her back where her father hit her. Full Gospel Word Church"ATTENTION !
The fat!leI' is played by Scott Dun- .
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Cassics best friend, 'played by RIGHTS RESERVED.EIDER'S
Sheila Stewart, urges her in We are moving our location. We will be temporarily meeting in '"
to call the Child Abuse Hotline, the Starke Elementary Auditorium beginning Sunday, June 2,
1-800-34-9152! : :! the actual number to until our new church facility now under construction ;is com-
call if you know anyone being abus- BREAKSTONE
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GROW WITH US

Throughout the play Cassie's SERVICES:Sunday A.M. 10:30 \- YOGURT6OZ SOUR s u
mother. played by Julie Ferguson Sunday P.M. 7:00 \
tries to i stand between her abusive Thursday P.M. 7:30 ALL FLAVORS CREAM
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.. .' .::1 Concert Mr. and Mrs Paul Meng spent the Smith;; May 20 Regina Padgett; under the direction! of the music,instructor
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;. ,,'v' Attend and Chris Brown; Mpy Jennifer Mrs.. Carole Stl
B3 Dolores Meng ,,j ./' '. :'V '. weekend visiting their daughter and Glen yeiiKon.
Golden AnniversOryCongratulations "!'" Mrs. Lola Williamson.:and Mrs,' family, Mr. and Mrs. David WannerIn Stanley; May 23 Sandy Frlese. Cecil The families of thy sluclonts re in-
phone 468-1915 Mabel McCullough enjoyed the B J, Orlando. They also visited Mr. Patterson, Cheryl Meng and Vivian vited to the performance which is
to Cecil and Thomas Concert held on Saturday and Mrs. Jimmy Gissy and family May 29 Carrie; May 28 and-Donna Parado Mann-; scheduled to begin at 7:00.:
Christy
Arrivals Louise Mattheus who celebrated and the Gainesville Fairgrounds there ing May 31 Mike
; Cole and
New Teresa
their Fiftieth Wedding Anniversaryon The Jocephus and the Ghost Riders Lachana and Sherri Lynn Mott of Meng.
Saturday May 25th. Band also performed at the Concert. Jackson County, Kentucky, are Awards Night
Wendell and Wendy Chastain of
Among those who celebrated with visiting their aunt and uncle
Hampton announce the arrival of them were their children, Cecil and Lawrence and Teresa Meng. Theycame Hampton ElementarySchool
their twin sons, Christopher Lee and will receive awards for
Marcus Lanier of West Palm Beach, Visitor with Ben and Darlene Spears Students
Timothy Wayne. They were 'born Betty Jo and Ralph Langford of Fer- who are visiting relatives and perfect attendance, uc..Hlemi i('.
May 15 at Shands Teaching Hospitalin nandina Deach and Glen Mattheusof friends. physical education, nn'l other
Gainesville, each weighing Sibs. 9 Folkston Ga. of their Mrs. Katherine Carbone of New outstanding achievements for the
Many PTA Musical
oz. They join their brother, Lee,whois grandchildren and great grand Rochelle N.J. arrived several ProgramOn school year at (the school cafctorium
20 months. children also attended the festivitiesat weeks ago to spend time with her I May BirthdaysMay on Tuesday evening June 4.
Paternal grandparents are Mr. their home near Hampton. Out of mother Mrs. Belle Brown. Thursday evening, May 30, the Wednesday June 5, is the last dayof I
and Mrs. Guy Starling of Brooker. town guests also attended from Mr. Frank Brown of Winter Haven students in kindergarten through the school for students. Teachers will i
Maternal grandmother is Susie Lott Tampa, St. Petersburg, Alabamaand spent the weekend with his mother 16 Dean Padgett; May 17 seventh grade will entertain with a stay on until Friday to complete I
of Hampton. Maternal great grand- High Springs. Mrs. Belle Brown. Carla Guida; May 18 Shannon Broadway Musical! ProductionWHH.I.I.IUIOHOHOHOIHomom" work.
mother is Lily Chessar of High Springs I II
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Hampton Held Over

From Last Week

June 23


By Dolores Meng NDOFMONTHI


City Park Benefit... I
Saturday June 1 I. the public is in-
vited to enjoy the Hampton Jam- / Come Into Eckerd I
boree set to begin at 7 p.m.
&
pick up ourEdeerd
Three bands will be on hand to AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE Brand Sale
entertain throughout the evening.
Hamburgers and other good food Sale prices good thru Sat.. June 1st. tircularforeven
will be served by the Recreation We reserve the right to limit quantities. more savings on .
Dept. Blankets or chairs may be See the yellow pages for the Eckerd nearest you. everyday needs.
brought alone for relaxing. Dona-
tions received will go toward fencingthe
new City Park.

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Clifford Brunetti entered the U.S. Automatic ROIL-ON .
Air Force May 7. Color-up ,,
He is in basic training at LacklandAir Stick '
Force Base in San Antonio, -_ II I II I .-----
Texas. For Brows Li qua
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Visitors... 4
Thomas Terry of Garnett, S.C.
spent several days last week with his Soap
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and YI
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Thames at Middlesex Stonhenge OFF Reg.95'to 4 00 orALOEPLUS4.OZ. '02. 8-PK.
Cornwall and the ruined castles at
Timpagel.
Among historic places they visited
were Shakespeare's birthplace and
the home of Ann Hathaway. g
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New School Hours I1ciL- q4t !
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last day of school, students will W Hnlel I
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the This buses will at not 2 p.m.affect the morning _ .__ It

bus schedule as children normally DIMENSION I SlCUA1mismitE GREEN GARDEN I
arrive by bus before 7:45: a.m. 3.49 STRESS FORMULA gg SHAMPOO Of I Li Z'g "' 1.99 PET SPRAY.LOTION 14g TRIGGER GRIPHOSENOZZIE 16 99 SO.FOOTOUTDOOj
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7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. STYPES .limit? __ JoJinson. Reg.3.39 10.119SUIFODENI

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Super PE Students...
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Tetstone as Super P.E. Students for e
the week of May 6-10 are: Alicia a N .
Baker James Rhoden, Tim Crews : paM OatTQak 1 1J !
Eric Donnerstag, Beth Kenan, Gary ; I
Thoemke, Cheryl Day and Cindy _
Davis.For the week of May 13-17 the I
Super P.E. Students were Kris Hin-
son,Tori Hersey, Mark Smith,Jason .
Pons,Alicia Woods, Mark Crawford,
Terry Brown and Jill Powers. 1 EVERYDAY 4g 7-DAYS YOURLIFEOAILYPAK VITAMINS I SMOKER MR.MEAT CHARCOAL ROYALOAK WHITE SFRINGCNAIR FRAME 9 99 AQUA MATTRESS MATE
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Monday Jun.3: Marager'i Choice Day EcT
Tuesday Jun.4: Manager'Choice Day .
Wednesday June S: Manager1.Choice Day

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I BHS Gridders Prepare for Spring Jamboree: in InterlachenIn I




a preparation for the upcoming On the field again for the new Brown at defensive end, Billy ding to Hurse, cost $625.

spring football jamboree, the BHS season will be Frank Long at Jackson at strong-side end and

'85 Tornadoes beat the Seniors in the quarterback and running back said Aaron Mathews as rover. They were Jamboree Time...

annual Junior-Senior game 13.6. Hurse. He will be assisted by Aaron the "Only really bright spots of the Friday, May 31, will be a time of
"I'm pleased with the result of the Mathews at full-back along with An. spring," said Sexton.Of finding out for the '85 Tornadoes

game," said veteran head coach dy Jones, Clinton Jenkins and Jess the upcoming jamboree, he when they clay; at this year's football
David Hurse of the performance of McSwain at tail-back. said "I don't know what to expect." jamboree in Interlachen starting at

his '85 Tornadoes performance. "All of them will see a lot of action Personnel problems may plaguethe 8 p.m.

"We looked good in spots..but we ," said Hurse."I Tornadoes, with Long, Mathewsand BHS will play Interlachen in the
need to get more aggressive." thought it went pretty well," Jones not being able' play in second quarter and meets St.

Described as their biggest asset, said defensive coach Mike Sexton of the upcoming jamboree ::uurse said Augustine in the third period to test

the offensive line is coming back his defense during the Junior-Senior he expects them back lot the fall how things: are going for the Tornadoes -

with experienced players, who according game. season. .
to Hurse will see a lot of action "We've lost everything up the Lonnie Hamilton's knee "is Palatka High is the fourth squad in

Singled out were Daughtry. middle," said Sexton, who is lookingat holding up real well," said Hurse of the jamboree. Palatka and

Chappel, Parker, Gillingham and re-building year. the sam-linebacker. The Quarter- Augustine will play in the first
Jackson, who all started last year Singled out for consistently good back Club bought a Pro-Am knee- quarter, Palatka and Interlachen in
and will again in '85. performances this spring were Ron brace for Hamilton which, accor- the fourth period.





I Starke Recreational Leagues ReportDixie t tsw' ML .



Ashley Alday doubled and scored to Already ahead 4-2 the Bulls
put 4
Paul
Akridge struck out 12 to lead
end the Dodger effort. _
the with four in
game a runs _
away
Major ResultsThe Duane Lee was 2-for-3 for the Expos the fourth inning Bill Stroud, M the Mavricks 12-2 by the Brooker !.t!:; .; ,..,
Sheffield 3-for-3 Glen Bulldogs in May 16 Dixie Boys ''if!!'''''' .
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baseball for the Akridge also had 2 hits, on a double !l AIL..
of Dixie Major boys Dodgers. scored .
on a single by Wayne and scored three j.- .....
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Terry Berry, 2-for-4, and B. Whitehead, John Siegmund, Ty tt: .': 1
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Boys Hayes, Thompson, Keith :
the Bulls in ,
Mets 16 Bulldogs 15 hitting. and "
Thompson, Norman Dowdy also 'f:
close 16-15 Chris Summers and Robert had hits for the ::1 _" 'J';' ,
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Bulldogs.Vincon Robinson Dave Elder doubled had two for hits the sponsored by the Starke Recreation Bandits 15 Rangers 9 .';
Department An 11 run explosion in the first inning -
for the Braves, and Timmy Taylor,
Lonnie Olive, Randy Milton and The two teams played Monday lifted the Bandits 15-9 over the Rangers 13 Mavricks 10 ,
for it.
and tied and the ..
Emrory Prevatt each had one hit. night umpiresdidn't Rangers in May 17 action in Dixie A five run rally in the fourth inning
allow them to play until the tie
broken. Boys Baseball. lifted the Rangers to a 13-10 win over Number m :Mike Chappel I light-end and linebacker for the 'K:> Tornadoes
was Harold Davis was 2-for-4 with two the Mavricks in May 14 Dixie Boys goes for the ball! as number 7, Senior Tony Diggs is beaten by a stop or
With results 23 the
in through May ,
doubles, Charles Mullins 2-for-4 with Baseball plan. two in the Junior-Senior last
Dodgers 10 Mets 7 game Friday night, May 21.
third at 67.
Rangers are in place
two doubles, Tim Lewis 2-for-4 witha In the 5-run fourth Quinton Ford
Sheffield went 3-for-4 and The Bulls are fourth at 56. The
Reggie double and John Stanwix-
a triple, led off with a hit,Jason Hersey walk
batted in two runs, J. Crawford Bulldogs are fifth at 19.
and James
Hay 2-for-4 Long was ed, Joe Powers singled, Kevin door
2-for-4 and 2 RBI, John Allan Demp- Games have been played sinced 2-for-4 for the Bandits. Wimpey walked, Chand Reddish HIC!

sey 2-for-4 and 2 RBI, Larry Green May 23, but no score cards have Joe Powers was 3-for-5 with two singled, James Langley and Richard
2-for-4 and 2 RBI as the Dodgers took been turned in. doubles and scored two runs to lead Kimutis singled. wo uJ1B -

an 11-7 win over the Mets .in May 20 the Richard Kimutis
Bulls -Mavricks 2 Rangers. was Jason Hicks was 3-for-4 with a dou-
action. also 3-for-5, and Chad Reddish and ble to lead the Mavricks. Paul
Raymond Trimble got a hit and The Bulls led all the way May 23 in James 2-for-5.
Langley were Akridge was 2-for-4 with
a triple,
scored three runs to lead the Mets. beating the Mavricks 8-2 in Dixie
and Jason
Johnson was 3-f or-4 with
a
Also hitting for the met were D. Boys Baseball play. _Mavricks 12 Bulldogs 2Its double. Vermouth is concocted from the same herb, wormwood, as absinthe

Jackson, Casey Gray, Kevin Boone.
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Dodgers 3 Giants 1

The Dodgers edged 3-1 by the Legal NoticesNOTICE -I I

Giants in a closely played game May

23 in Dixie Major baseball.
Collins singledand hereby given that the 'hi."eo". Dated this 6 day ot
The Giants' Wyatt ,
undersigned JAMES E. A.D. 1985 in Brad
.iII. May.
scored In the for a 1-0 Giant lead. Is hereby given that on
OR MARIE M ODEN torney or Immediately ford County.
The Dodgers' John Dempsey walked Monday, June 3, 1985 at
thereafter otherwise
Route 1. Box 574 Lake ; a 5/9 4tchg 5/30
and scored to tie the game 1-1 in the 10:00: clock A.M.. theundersigned Butler. Florida default will be entered
joint
considered bad luck to at the IN THE CIRCUIT
bottom of the first. point new moon. Gator
owners doing business against you for the relief
Glenn Ritch singled, advanced on Freightways, Inc. will under the firm name of demanded In the peti COURT.EIGHTH
and scoredto sell at public auction for JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
a single by Ken Carlton, NEW RIVER RANCH,
in the third to put the Dodgers up cash at 2600 Lloyd Rd. Bradford County Lake tion.Dated on this 2nd day AND FOR8RADFORD COUNTY.

2-1. Ashley Alday singled, advancedon Jacksonville, Fla, one Butler, Florida 32054 of May. 1985.
a Glenn Ritch hit, and scored the lot of Mattresses, Intends to register said GILBERT S. BROWNAs CASE FLORIDA NO 85.222CAIN

final Dodger run for the 3-1 win in ll&w deflated Plato Gift consigned Shop to fictitious name under Clerk of the Court RE: The: Marriage of

the fifth. the aforesaid statute.Dated BY: Beulah Moody MARTY I. KLIMASHKO.
.Daytona Beach, Fla and to.atl.fy this 14th day of 5/9 4tchg 5/30 Husbandand

Mets 1 freight A.D.. 1985 in
Braves 11- May
f storage charges under NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO
The Braves banged out 10 hits for the provisions of Section Bradford County REGISTER LINDA L. KLIMASHKO

an easy 11-1 win over the Mets in f1cNFI7li 4 (b)of Uniform StandardBill Florida. FICTITIOUS NAME Wife
II IX\\ 5/164tpd6/06
Dixie Major baseball action May 17. of lading. NOTICE OF SUIT NO
Tim Taylor went 2-for-3 and 607379 dtd 4/11/85 IN THE CIRCUIT Pursuant to Section PROPERTY
scored 2 runs, David Elder was FfiII/1d1dIi l II Gator Freightways, Inc. COURT EIGHTH 865.09, Florida Statutes, To: MARTY l

3-for-3 and scored 2 runs to lead the Carrier JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN notice Is hereby given KLIMASHKO,
Braves attack. Also hitting for the 5/30-6/6/852Ichg AND FOR that the undersigned ADDRESS UNKNOWN
T.R. Ratliff 301 North, YOU ARE HEREBY
Olive S. COUNTY
R. Milton L. BRADFORD
Braves were NOTICEOF
Fl sole NOTIFIED that an action
lawt.y, ( ) or
and J.s Olive. FLORIDA
Nichols, H. Martin, INTENTIONTO (joint) owners, doing for dissolution of mar
lead off home
Raymond Trimble REGISTER business under the firm rlage has been filed
run in the bottom of the first was all FICTITIOUS NAME CASE NO.: 85186 nom. of H A R Auto Service against you and you are
IT
the scoring for the Mets.L. ForDadonhisday. IN RE: Th. Marriage of 301 N. lawt.y, Fl, required to serve a copy
r Pursuant to Section defenses.
t intends to register said of your written
Expos 7 Dodgers 5 663.09, Florida Statutes, husband SHELTON and D. BETTY BAXLEY J., fictitious name under th.aforesaid If any to It, on the Peti

Expos built a 6-0 notice Is hereby given statuteDated tioner's/Wife attorney,
The Lawtey up BAXLEY, wifeNOTICE ,
that the .
lead in a 7-hit attack and held on fora undersigned this 6 day of whose name and address
Dodgers in a May Crag JAMES H. WATERS 1011 May A.D. 1985 In Brad- IrTERENCE:
the
7-5 win over fine writing Madison St., Starke, FL OF ACTION ford M. BROWN
County.
Dixie Major game.A instruments CONSTRUCTIVESERVICE.PROPERTY
17 are 32091, sole owner doing BROWN. P.
the Ex- 5/9 4tchg 3/30 TERENCE M.
five run third inning put mechanically guaranteed business under the firm A. .
poa 60. Wesley White slugged a : Jbra lifetime of writing name of ALL PURPOSE NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO P. O. Drawer 40
grand slam home run after Duane I BUILDING. 2163 N. Tem To: SHELTON D. BAX REGISTER Starke, Florida 32091
and Anthony Wood A pleasure.Handsomely LEY, address unknown FICTITIOUS NAME
Lee, Kevin Wise, pie Stark. FL 32091, intends (904)) 964.8272
gotten hits ahead of him to when packaged tea'e to register said fictitious and file the original with
bade bases. The fifth run came name under the YOU ARE! NOTIFIED Pursuant to Section the Clerk of the above,
singled, advancedon aforesaid statute.Dated that an action for 865.09, Florida Statutes, before
court
styled on or
an infield ground out, and scored CROSS'sPNCe this 16lh day of dissolution of marriagehas notice Is hereby given July 2,1985; otherwise a
Marcel Henderson. May, AD..19B5In Brad been fll.d againstyou that the undersigned be
on a single by ,aoa judgment may
and requiredto a
an error and ford County. you are Fred R. McElroy for
Duane Lee got on on 1 entered against you
Normanto .11.1.3; "tpd 6/13 serve a copy of yourwrltt.n Patricia B. McElroy lolnt demanded In
scored on a triple by Davy '" defenses, If any owners, doing business the relief

cap the 5-run rally. NOTICEOF to It on EUGENE F. under the firm name of the Petition hand and
back with five WITNESS
The Dodgers came SHAW, plaintiff attorney Starke KOA (Campground my
of the fifth to The Office INTENTIONTO the seal of said Court on
runs in the bottom Shop REGISTER whose address 1463 S.Walnut,

off make with it a hit.'John game.Allan Glen Dempsey 110 W. Call Starke __ _FICTITIOUS NAME. .. Avenue 925." North Stark.,Tempi Florida to Starke register, Fl 32091.sold fictitious Intends May GILBERT 28, 1985.S. BROWN

tripled, Larry Green singled, Reggie Pursuant to S.ctlon 32091, on or before JUNE nom. under the CLERK ,
Sheffield singled, and Brian 964.5764 863.09 Florida 10, 1985, and file the aforesaid statute. By: Beulah Moody
Hamilton hit a 3-run home run Statutes, notice Is original with the clerk af 5/30 4tchg 6/20



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The refurbished cannon at the Brown and President Siddons of
south edge of Starke was the focal American Legion Post 56; Lt., Col
point for Memorial Day ceremonies Allen Rogers of JKOTC; Jimmy
in Starke Monday. Epps representing the Elks Club,
As a crowd of 50 watched, a plaquewas JoAnn Siddons and Col. Otte for the
dedicated which reads: Volunteers of America organization
Bradford County Veteran's ; Cliff Chapman for the Kiwanis;
Memorial Mrs. McMillan of the Concerned
Dedicated to those who served and Citizen's of Bradford County Inc.;
to those who died while serving. Pam Tyson for her father, US Army
May 30, 1985. CW4 Maurice Wingate; Peggy
Robert Brown, commander Thomas for the Woman's Club;
American Legion Post 56, dedicatedthe Harry Gortig for the Bradford County -
memorial to the memory of Senior Citizen's Club; and Mike
those who have given their lives for Cooney representing the Bradford
the freedom of our nation. County Chamber of Commerce.
3,1 y + Brown introduced Captain June
0 1 Blank of the U.S. Navy who
u r delivered the Memorial Day address
1 Blank is the director of nurses
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at Jacksonville's Naval Station
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hospital. She has served in the Navy
for 20 years including Viet Nam,
Okinawa, USS Repose hospital ship
and various stateside assignments,
"May these memorials serve as a
rt reminder for all generations for I
their ultimate sacrifice. For all
t l ;igy k a; those who are mourned in the fight
for freedom and justice, we honor
? .'. the men and women who layed down
I ". ;; their lives for liberty" Blank said.
As an honor guard lormed by "
.:, .' :' Bradford Comdry 43 drew swords
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1 displayed at the memorial site
located at the intersection of Walnut Capt. Kohertu Bl.ink from Jax
Street and U.S. 301. NAS was featured speaker for 1Ionet.'s -
I Those placing wreaths were Com- Memorial I Day Ceremonies
mander Youmann and Commander Post 5ft Commander Bob Brown met
,.. 't... Massey of the Disabled American ("apt. Blank on a hospital ship on the
Veterans Chapter 61; Commander way home from Korea.r .

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The calm silence of another North Florida evening was abruptly shat- *
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carts roared into life. :
Another night of racing had begun at Hollis Jeffers' go-cart racing ..', .. _
track on U.S. 301 near Maxville north of Lawtey and this is not just light I'
entertainment, although it is loads of fun to watch, this is serious racing. is !'
The small fry start first, with a driver's meeting out in the middle of the
track conducted by Jeffers, a stern presence as he spells out the rules of
track courtesy to a row of upturned faces, most of them elementary
school age.
Then comes the scramble to the ,track entry area, where their
mechanical steeds area waiting for them, while anxious parent-
mechanics make last minute adjustments on the machines, throttling the
engines, checking the carburators and suspension, anything to get that 'r-r w- o "'
last little bit of speed or handling out of the specially made carts, which t
can cost up to $1,000.
The young drivers don their racing attire next, tight-fitting leather out-
fits, many emblazoned with bright "team colors", along with the man- '"
dated helments which must be worn at all times.

Racers are divided by age and performance specifications into driving .
classes all of which compete in their turn each Saturday night at the .'. '
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track. Anyone can enter with the proper safety equipment, but it takes :: "'\ff".! .. .. ."
driving skill to win. .., '" .

The carts are so low to the ground that they overturn very rarely during ,:,' ..... .
races (Jeffers says he can't recall any at his track) which have been ... ;;, .
steadily growing in popularity ever since he began his operation two -- ""
Mulct by Mart rl.dlln
years ago. _- _.. __,_ ._" '. __ ___
"Considering the speed the adult drivers can get out of their machinesthis
is one of the safest sports I've ever been associated with," Jeffers
said as he readied his track for another night of competition. He drove a
specially rigged truck with a sprinkling system attached around the track
before the race to wet down the sometimes dusty clay surface. "It takes
all the skills of full scale race car driving to be one of the better driversout ,
here consistently, it's just on a slightly smaller scale.
After dressing in their gear, the young riders climb into their machinesand
rev the engines for one last check before entering the track. They
look toward the control tower, which is complete with flickering lights ..w1HL
and checkered and caution flags, then roar out onto the track in a cloud of "' .
dust and smoke. tcit
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These Keystone Heights Elementary students are the first fronil their ray, Faith Harper, Dawn Dreher Jack Ivey, Peyton Capper and
9th.urea to go on a special guided tour of the nation's capitol beginning June chaperone David Capper.
Sponsors hope to make this educational
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They am! (from left to right): Chessie Jennings,Jana Shadix,Joy Mnr- students from area schools.
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BCT Staff Writer Alachua County, will board trainsat home of George and Martha
the Amtrack station in Waldo for Washington, tour Alexandria Va.
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goes, the overnight trip to Alexandria, and the Arlington National{
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students,group I ncluding seven elementary students Virginia, just'south of the capital, Cemetary where they will see President -- Motors k
where the sightseeing after
from Keyslt one Heights Elementary, begins Kennedy's gravesite and the
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passenger tour begins atwhere( else?) of the Unknown Soldier. .\'
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June 9, compianied: by the firm will be an invaluable '
view of the White House and
on to experience for these
hands of id: Alachua County sheriff'sdeputies
the Washington Zoo for a visit to students,"
Capper said. "We hope to
for one of the trips of their
lives. some of the exotic animals on make it an annual event."
display there. If you are interested in helping I- I
Their destination? The historic After a lunch the students will visit sponsor a student's trip, call David
sights of Washington D.C. under the the Washington Cathedral,Embassy Capper at 473-3672
sponsorship I of the Alachua County Row and National Archives.
Schools Sa fety Patrol organizationand The students and their chaperoneswill a 1
Cosmopolitan Travel Service. also visit such historical sightsas
This is the first year that students the Capitol Building for a J peep at FLA.TWIN THEATRE
form Keystone Heights will be par congress in session, a tour of the Starke 964.5451 964-7200 371.1096 38B-FORD 473-FORD
ticipating li n the trip, but one adult Library of Congress, the Supreme
sponsor who will be going with the Court Building, followed by a vist to H .Open Every Night Starke G'ville JAX Keystone
one of the most of all
exciting
local group: says he hopes the trip stops
will become, a yearly event for local in the nation's capitol the Air and NOW SHOWING 209 W. Madison State Road 21
students, not only in Clay but in Space Museum to view a special -
Bradford und Union Counties as movie "To Fly". re I : T ,
well. The group will visit the Iwo Jima
Memorial, the Lincoln and Jefferson
"A trip to Washington D.C. can be Memorials,the Kennedy Art Center, F44''
an exciting!!;, but also very useful experience Georgetown and the Vietnam 0
for( any youngster," said Memorial.
KH residen t David Capper,father of On the final day of the trip thePrice Friday 7:10: ,9:05:
two elementary: age boys, one of Sat. a Sun. 5:05: 7:10, 9:05: -
whom will be making the trip along Mon. thru Thurt. 7:30:
with six other:: students."Sometimesin
this tele vision age of our kids can SCREEN 2
lose sight of some very important 1l2
things aba ut our country's History SaleIHairplanes Starti Friday,May 31 Q
and form of) government that makeus
We to make this
unique. hope an
annual eve lit for a group of local kids
dfjfj(JJ(1)( [Jrs"hrs't
each year.: .... .,
k'kJSffo Aer)looking for sponsorsto time may be his last.
help raisie a portion of the moneyit
takes to make the trip. They hope [P G3].-'"""y A*l 1M UNIVERSAL..UMntl&AL CITV iriXMOt PICTURE,INC
the trip and the fundraising can be .
done on a :.yearly) basis in the future Friday 7:00.9:00:
to ensure hat a group of students Sat. & Sun. 5:00.: 7:00: 9:00
have a chii nce at the experience of by Alan Liz Wendy Linda Mon. thru Thurt. 7:45
catching a first hand glimpse of our & PamHAIRCUTS
governmen t in action. 301 DRIVE-IN
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educationa 1 tool for our students if
Mens '12 Now 600 Fri. Sat. Sun.
Reg. ,
we really can; put it together each 12 Sale
year," said one KES teacher. "$262 PERMS A Body Wave or Curlys List
per student is a great price for all of '20Relaxer to Choose
Men & Women Reg. 40 NOW
the and accomodations the
stops $11 ,645
tour inclu les." ,$Reg.MO NOW '20 $13,861 From
"We hope to begin the fund-raising b
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for next y ear's trip in Septemberwhen
school starts," Capper said. 'Sculptured Nails Reg.-eo NOW'30
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Mon.Sal Call Now or Slop By 1985 LTD Wagon
students ho have the good gradesbut PLUS Loaded Tilt Cruise
not be able to afford the -
might SilMl 964-4645
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II ObituariesMrs. ", .. -.' .

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Nona G. Mann housewife. of Dade City; three sisters, Lydia; from injuries received in an auto ac- Sapp of Union County; the wife of Methodist Church <;J I
Mrs. Nona Groover Mann, 66, of Survivors include seven Crosby, Martha Hess, both of cident Friday night on Hwy 121 near the late Robert Lee Johnson of Survivors include her husband
Brooker, died Wednesday night Stare Ethel Underhill of Brooker and Amy Williams of Gainesville. Theressa. Mrs. Johnson's family Howard W. Stephenson of Melrose;;
May 15In North Florida RegionalHospita' Ruth Mann of Gainesville, Hampton and 16 grandchildren. Born in Clearwater, Mr. Parrish were residents of Union one son, Jon R. Swanson of
\ following an extended illness. Naomi Hines of Brooker, Merle Funeral services were held Saturday lived most of his life in the Lake County pioneer back to 1752 in Lakeland one step-daughter, Mrs.
dating
Smith of Alachua, Elese Griffin of May 18, at 11 a.m. in Dedan .Butler community was a 1982 Florida. Monica of Bermudsl! and two
Born and raised in Brooker, Mrs. Hague, Martha Jane Lynn of Baptist Church,with Rev. John Hen- graduate of Union; County High Survivors include two sons, Lee grandchildren.Funeral '
Mann was a life long resident of the Gainesville and Sandra Dreyfuss of dry officiating. Burial was in Dedan School and was a carpenter by Roy Johnson of Starke and Ray Con- services were held at 10
area. She was a member of Dedan Bronson; three sons, T.J. Mann, Cemetery with Archer Funeral trade. ner Johnson of St. Catherine; three a.m. Wednesday, May 29, at
Church in Brooker where Marvin Mann and James Mann, all Home of Lake Butler in charge of with Rev. Bobby Epps of
Baptist of Brooker two brothers, Josh ar- Survivors include his parents, Mr. daughters, Mrs. Iva Mae Brown of graveside, ;
she served as secretarytreasurerfor ; both rangements. and Mrs. Daniel Parrish of Lake Dade City, Mrs. Eloise Wagoner of ficiating. Burial was in
and Britton Groover
many years. She was also a Groover Mrs. Hazel C. Montgomery Butler; two sisters, Elaine Reddingof Okahampka, and Mrs. Ruby Mae Melrose/Eliam Cemetery, Hinder the
-_.- .- 1 Mrs. Hazel Caulder Montgomery, Worthington Springs and Kathy Hooten of Bushnell; 12 grandchildren direction of Jones Funeral Home of
1I 670 W. McMahon I Street 90, of Lake Butler, died Monday at Bowser of Lake Butler; four and four great grand- Starke.
1f1 fit her home following a brief illness. brothers, Gary, Chuck, Keith and children.
Next Hut
I.1' .. G ( to Pizzo ) Born in Canada, Mrs. Mon- Kevin Parrish, all of Lake Butler; Funeral services will be held at
'H ( 964-7434 tgomery lived most of her life in his maternal grandparents, Mr. and the First Baptist Church of Linden Harold J. Flynn
,lf&il Mon-FII 10-6 Sit 8-1 Florida, moving from Maitland four Mrs. H.E. McLeod of Worthington Saturday, June lat 11 a.m. Doyle Archer Harold Jack Flynn, 64, of ,Jacksonville
months ago. She was a member of Springs. Funeral Home and Purcell died Monday, May :120, at his
Sporting Goods & Accessories the Presbyterian Church in Funeral services were held Mon- Funeral Home of Lake Butler and home following a long illneu u.
Maitland. day at 2:30: pm. at graveside in Bushnell, respectively, will be in Born in Slater, Missoiiri, Mr.
Survivors include three nephews Elzey Chapel Cemetery with Elder charge of arrangements. Burial will Flynn moved to Jacksonville from
Gene Beck, sr.f. Gene Beck, Jr. and Harry Brooker officiating. Archer be in Linden Cemetery, Linden. Gary, Ind., in 1950. He was a retired
GET RID OF THOSE UNWANTED INCHES Loren of Lake Butler Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in salesman with Ponsell urniture

Waist & Thigh Trimmers Funeral services were held charge of arrangements Stores in Jacksonville and i was a
_. Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the chapelof Etta M. Johnson !Mrs. Margo StephensonMrs. U.S. Navy veteran of World I War II.
--------------- -- ---- Archer Margo Poole Stephenson, 72,
Funeral Home, Lake He also a member of the V.F.W.
I 'NDL TOTAL SUPPORT & FITNESS CENTER" Butler, with Rev. Melvin Owen of- Etta, died Mae Johnson, 69, of Macclen- of Melrose, died Sunday night, May Survivors was include three. sisters,
ny May 28 in
Burial University 26, in Alachua General Hospital,
ficiating.
was in Greenwood Mrs. Louise F. Heskett of ICeystone
Thigh Back Knee Ankle Cemetery,Orlando. extended Hospital,illness.Jacksonville following an following a long illness. Heights, Mrs. Betty Heater of Warsaw
ElbowWrist SupportJ'ttIO".I'B Robert E. Parrish Born in Purcell, Okla., Mrs. Missouri, and Mc Mary
Born and raised in Lake Butler, Stephenson moved to Melrose from ,
Robert Ernest "Robbie" Parrish, Mrs. Johnson was the daughter of Jacksonville and Opolka of Marissa, n'i; onu brother-
.. 21, of Lake Butler died Saturday the late Perry W. Conner and Onie was a homemaker over 15 and years attended ago the Pat Flynn of Gary, Ind.; and a stepdaughter -
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Stevenson of
: Mrs. Donna
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Macon, Ga.Funeral
services were held at 3

p.m. Friday, May 24, at ,gravesidewith
Rev. Leamon Ward officiating.
1 Burial was in Gadara Cemetery
under the direction of Jones Funeral

Home of Keystone Heights .



f Mrs. Ethel Lei no

Mrs. Ethel Leino, 72, of Starke,
i died Friday morning, M.tiy: 17, at
Q Bradford Hospital, Inc. allowing a
brief illness.
Born and raised in Painsfield,
: : Conn the daughter of the late
,R r .3+ : William and Martha Martin
a Chamberlain, former pioneer
.. residents of that area. She had been
living in Starke for the past six years
and was of the Protestant'tilth.(
Survivors include her husband,

r -.-. .r ... Sulo Leino of Starke; two sons
4 Wayne Leino 6f New Jersey. and
r'i -t', 'X 1 A1 Richard Leino of Virginia ; several
,
; :74. grandchildren.Funeral .
1' "M : '
services held
.. -e ; were at 10
F a.m. Monday, May 20, at 'title Chapelof
Archie Tanner Funera 1 Home of
r
; # Starke with Rev. Ray Wlllliams of

r ficiating. Cremation followed; with
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in

jt l e' 41 p.4\( charge of arrangements.

__
Linda M. Edeniield
4 'k Miss Linda Michelle Edc'nfield, 12,

'S of Waldo, died Monday night, May
I; .27, at Shand's Teaching Hospital
following an accident on H wy 16 east
of Starke on Saturday.
Born in Winter Haven, l Miss Eden-
field had been living in Wa Ido where
she attended the Waldo community!
school jays tern at the time of her
death. She was a member of the

: 'r Starke.Madison Street Baptist Church in

Survivors include her mother,
Mrs. Beatrice Adams SUnsell; her
stepfather, Walt Stanse, both of
Waldo; two sisters, Melissa\ Eden-
S\\- field and Millie Edenfield; her

ens maternal grandparents, Mr. and
.c.c. Mrs. Robert Adams and maternal

\..\. &'i CCf \ ,1y great grandmother Mns. Fronie
,,, ; & \ TO RAIFORDOo Johns; her paternal grandparents,
F ... Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Powell of
0e& S ;Rage VV le l- lAKE CITY Brooksville.

1 '\y .'eeSn N Funeral services will be held
C '
Saturday afternoon
"" at Madison
l VQi Ao/o/ P t LAKE / 237 Street Baptist Church with Rev.
'\ 1 BUTLER 121 Robert Gillis officiating. Burial will
RIVERs be in McKinney Cemetery with Ar-
3I chie Tanner Funeral Horn o of Starke
in cha rge of arrangements.

Jv 231
.5t0 ,. 237100 Russell O. Patten
Russell Owen Patten, 62, of
TOTARKE Keystone Heights, died) Saturday
s morning, May 18, at Bradford
121 q. '" Hospital, Inc. following a brief il
3 23 1 I j Q lness.
Born and raised in Olyrhart,
TO WORTHINGTON 231 2W'r Penn., he was the son of the late
0 SPRINGS Ralph and Myrtle Owen fatten; was
h TO NEW RIVERPLANTATION retired from the Curtis Wright Corporation -

aR00KER in Coldwell N.,J. ; was a
t GAINESVILLE veteran of WWII, and was a memberof
1 the Disabled Veterans
American
S S S S S S S S S S S S I S $ S I S S S S S S S. From Lake Legion, and of the Lodge, No. 188 of
Butler go 2 miles East on Hwy 100, then turn Right the Masons in St. Petersburg, Fla.
S S (going South) on Hwy 237 and go approx. 3/4 ml. to the property. Mr. Patten was of the Baplist: faith.
rt t ; WIN UP: TO LOOK FOR BEN CAMPEN AUCTION SIGNS. Survivors include his wife, Mrs.
S S Caroline Donati of iKeystone
Heights; one son, Robert Patten of
: : Dover, N.J. ; two daughters,

A ,r l : .. $ 5 000 : vive.ten Patricia; three Patten grandchilldren and Barbara also Pat-sur-


f S S Funeral services were held at 11
a.m. Wednesday morning;, May 22,
at Metcalfe-Shaver Funeral Home in
S
R.. : SS Wyoming, Pa. with burial in
Memorial Shrine Cemetery with Ar-
chie Tanner Funeral Home of Starke
;" in charge of arrangements..

S --. ;

S I Willie A. Cash more
I EVERYONE Willie Asberry "Dummy: Davis"
S WHO cia Cashmore 73, of Starkei
", died Tues-
rMT ATTENDS THE day morning, May 27, at Bradford
1, S AUCTION HAS A S t Hospital, Inc. following a n extended
illness.
FREE CHANCE: TO I
S WIN... S v Born in Macclenny, Mr. Cashmore
moved to Starke at an ea rly age and
NO
PURCHASE !IS
then moved to Jacksonville, where
S SS
NECESSARY TO he was employed by this Ginter Box
MJAUFT Factory until ill health forced his
'" S retirement, upon which he returned
to Starke. He was a member of the
SISSSSSSSlslisltSStSssss Morgan Road Baptist Church.
Survivors include hill wife, Mrs.
Euneta Vann Cashmore, of Starke
;
-dnoE two daughters, Mrs. Mary Ann
fPt.o
z.z ,sionaL'dIa .Eion By: McRay and Mrs. Betty Jane Link,
i both of Starke; one bixither, Josle
Davis of Glen St. Mary and two
DEN CAMPEN
grandchildren. I
t1ClM110uun Funeral services will |the held at 2

AUCTICWIEEJRS p.m. Thursday afternoon, May 30,at
2331 N.W. 41st St., Gainesville, FL 32602 M0"l"wpeN the Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral

((904)) 3T5-8600 Home with Rev, Jimmy Parrish of
ficiating. Burial will DC
"WeII. !.Planned I _!! ,.Well Executed SucceMful Sile. Are A Way Of LIU With Ut" Cemetery In Starke under In the Santa direction Fe-

of Archie Tanner
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FOR RENT HELP WANTED : 473-4374 motor SALE WANTED ':


LAKEFRONT COTTAGI 1B., Jorge RECEPTIONIST ASSISTANT For doctors i
POSSIBLE For
ZENITH 95" CONSOLE COLOR TV In NEEDED AS SOON AS I
screen porch Boat dock. N.ar office. Must have basic clerical skills couplelot suitable for mobile .' 3
Keystone. 473.4186. Itchg 5/30 and excellent! personality for dealing beautiful walnut$328.60 cabinet take, was $749.95..mollpaymfa elderly home within 10.15 mile radius of Worthington .; jj
now only or over
with people. Experience helpful but PVC of $21.20 month. Interested Springs Call Jewell at '
KEYSTONI HEIGHTS will train qualified person. To apply softeners. call per collect for Mr. 496-3523 after 5 P.M. or on weekends.let .
parties
REALTY phone 473-7213 between 8.30: and 6 Hgts.. It 5/23 2tpd 5/30 j.
\White at 733-093 before 5 P.M: 2tpd ring. ,
Rental Available ,
Property p.m. I Itchg 5/30 5/30-6/6
1 BR, 2 BA lake Santa F. Unfurnished.. J'
No pets. $400 per month. series base TRAILER 20 ft., 3'axle;' heavy duty flat LAND FOR SALE
YARD SALE ,
2 BR, 2 BA Gator bant Ink. *.Completely $795. Call bed, cypress trailer 'with electric
brakes.; $13OO. Call 1.376.7694 after 6
furnished. $400 p.r month and $400 '" 473-4643 ACREAGE 18 between
BLOOMING HOUSE PLANTS outdoor P.M. 1tpd3/30 LAND OR Highway
security deposit.. plants porn pus grass, fresh .. see. tfn 1311 Wanted: responsible party to takeover Worthington Springs andBrooker
OFFICE SPACI At Center.
Keystone vegetables, bed frames, lamps, padded spinet piano. Easy terms Can be In Bradford County, Terms
$200 p.r month and $200' security It.m.'C.18to; Crystal condition. available Call Shands Howard at
dinette set, misc. seen locally. Write: Credit Manager
deposit. Lake off 100. 4732341. Itpd 5/30 P.O.Box 612 Astor FL 32002. Farmers Deal, Bank. 496.2101,59LOjCUND
I BR, FURNISHED efficiency cottog.*. ar IM-hnl/30' :
By week or month. discount)
PETS CHICKEN HOUSES 3-30'xSOO' houses
LAKE BROOKLYN unfurnish and
3BR, IBA;
box let-
equipment. Very good condition. Price,
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6 WEEK OLD KITTENS -litter box trained. negotiable. Call Bobby Parrish
IN KEYSTONE 2BR IBA, unfurnished.
& ( ) 423-0163 496-3465. 5/302tchg6/6 $50 REWARD for finding "Tink"a little
Phone 475-2081. Friday-Sunday. Itchg
$225 monlh.KEYSTONI .
p.r 5/30 BRUNSWICK POOL TABLE slate top ping gray, female dog wearing a red collar.
HEIGHTS REALTY to take pong table top and all accessories. Excellent Lost Sunday In Worthington Springs
Licensed Real Estate Broker,471-49it .. Can be If have Information call
condition. $600. Call Bobby Par- area you any
6/21 tfnchg MOBILE HOMES P. rich 496.3465.5/30 2tchg66INSURANCE 4311900. 1tchg3/30

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2BR FURNISHED home. No pets
Molrose area. $170 per month and 1983 DW MOBILE HOME 24x56, REAL ESTATE

deposit. 1.684.6631.5/16 tfnchg 3BR/2BA CH8A furnished shingled OUT OF AREA
LAKE GENEVA Large 2BR. 2BA house' roof large front deck w/lokevlew, op. MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S.
city limits. Completely furnished color prox. 1 acre, excellent condition Lake Avenue, Lake Butler 4963978.
cable TV, central H/A large deck. No $36,000 with assumable mortgage S. / $13,500. Complete Insurance Service tfn LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY
pets. $350 per week. 1.282.9361.4tchg Mellon 473-7741. 4/4 tfnchg month. If I don't have it, I'll find It. Just
5/23.6/13 HOMES FOR SALE ask. JANE S. USHER. REALTOR.

4 ROOM COTTAGI On Lake Hutchison. ready 496-2126 or 496-2903. eves. "YOUR
Unfurnished. $265 a month plus FREE! Over $200 septic and UNION COUNTY REALTOR." tfn 8/04
deposit. 473-7708 or 3736611. Itchg 3727294. GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (you

5/30 worth of supplies. repair). Also delinquent tax property. YARD SALE ""
Call 1-605-687-6000 ext GH-I 136 for information.
FOR RENT OK SALE On lake Geneva. Keystone
2BR furnished. No pall if rental. low down 3/09 6tpd 6/13 MULTIFAMILY sale ,
when you buy aoTMLCESWINTEC Large yard Saturday
brick 3
n'Y Norwegian bedroom 2 bath
473-3626
473-2455. 5/30 tfnchgStarke
home June I from 9 till 5. located at 420 S.W.
with large shed in Providence
3 Avenue in Lake Butler 1 tpd530YARD
8000 area Call 1.752.5152.5/30 2tpd 6/6
SALE multi-family. Saturday June
SHOP 19 A.M. 3 miles south of Lake Butler on
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PINE SHAVINGS FOR POULTRY FARM SETS 8-19" TV sets (B&W) Good Condition 2S Main Street Lake Butler. Phone
C.E. Hicks 1-879-4024, Hlllord Fla 5/9 Check em' out $50.00 ea. while applica 496-2261 for information tIn

4tchg 530CAMPER they last. Dempsey Motel 9647591. 620 S. HELP WANTEDShort Concrete block 3 bedroom house.
IT7: 35' fifth wheel. American 5/30 Itpd Order Cook Available after June 3. Call 496-2236
Traveler with 20 ft. awning, fully self- FLEAS 2 bucket seats, '3 .stereos, 100 496-3640 after 5 P.M. Itchg5/30
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contained, price neg.' $33-2411.' Call flea market items. Must sell $50.00 going and & Counter Girl Country home 3 bedroom, 1 bath near
after 6 p.m. 5/16 tfn out of business. 964-7169 5/30 : person. Lake Butler Central H/A partially fur
ROLLS OP HAYi Fresh cut Alecla. Arthur Itchg Rock Experienced Only. Year round nished. Available July 1. Call

Gasklns, 782-3727 after S p.m. 5/16 tfn VEGIESI Kentucky -Wonder Pole Beans 5/30 Camp 1-372-1953 or 1.262.1791. IIch9530533..205'Q
SIMCO SADDLI for pleasure riding. Excellent $12 bushel or $6.002 bushel Silver Blanding Service Club.-

cond. $250. 964-6305 before Queen Corn $6 bushel and yellow $ tools. No -.. ..- '
noon. Ask for Montez. 9/30 2tpd 6/06 squash $8 bushel 964-6528 already TireS Till:
TRAVEL TRAILIRi 14 ft., self Contained picked. S30ltchgVEOETABLESs '; OFFICE
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for sale or rent by day or week. U-PIck Corn Peas and .----- ---- ---- \1))
%4.6974.5/23 2tchg 5/:>> New Potatoes.Call 964.5630 (wanted .. I S1iOPy .

184 MOPEDi Like new. 7823895. 5/23 quart |lara for canning) 5/3011chg to find ,
2tpd 9/30 FURNITURE SALE Sofa, Bed.Lamps and ')64.S764
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BRADFORD LIMSROCK more 1326 Searing Street 964-5907 to Need A Housekeeper? .I'po II.-
SALES 5/30 Itchg Energy ;,' ., r'r4
Llmerock ft Fill Dirt COLOR TV $99 and up. Next to Starke Income You're find -",. ;d.-s<'
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20 yd..emi-loadsonly Truck Stop, south of Starke. 964-8212, ; FREE sure a -
Phon.7I2.Sl72 5/23tfcho 11/24 tfnSLIDEINCAMPERt $ ; ; capable individual with a

WINNEBAGO MOTOR HOME Self- 1979 Nu Waves 11''/ ; with BRADFORD COUNTY Steve}
BroadwayTREE
contained,AC Daytime call First ;
generator. Ft. Sleeps Six. Full Self-contained. ; TELEGRAPH Classified Ad.
5333511. Eves 533-2121, 5/23' 2tchg. $900.00 takes It. Call 964-5647 5/30 Equip SERVICE
5/30 Itpd FREE Thousands of people read

SWEET CORN Silver Queen merit PIANO FOR SALE Wanted responsible our Classified Pages. Ht'lnf.\.tI,
sllkless, golden queen. Jubilee for party to take over spinet piano. Easy h ; foe port ro I
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your freexer. $1.25 dot $5.00 bushel. Terms. Can be seen locally. Write ; For Info. for rate and dnlllneacall Trilll1H1l1gI
JIM FAULKNER 964-6534. 5/30 2tpd 6/6 Credit Manager P.O. Box 612 Astor ; \ 5/30 4tpd Stump( ) Kt-mmal

SWEET CORN Silver Queen Corn Fl. 32002 5/30.6/6 2tchg I I Flfl'\\llOd> t
964-6558, or 964-8122 after 5 or RIDING MOWERi Snapper lownmower. Co.

weekends 5/31 2tchg 6/6 Electric start and manual 9647611. lead 964-6305 Krcr Kstimult:: t i I

FURNITUREi Living Room suit, day bed, 5/30.6/6 2tchgMOTORCYCLE If Call I 473.4732
DBL W/Mattress, stuffed rocker w/ct- TRAIL BIKEt '83 Honda ., KEVIN. I
toman maple coffee table end XIBO. like new 40000. 964-8791 or After 5 P.M.

tables, baby chest of drawers gold 964-7061. 5/30 Itchg tf BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
sofa (like New) and mar.. 5 to 10 p.m. STEER: Slmmental-Angus Steer, calved Keystone Heights
964.5356.5/30ltpd Nov. 1 st. good FFA 4-H Protect 450.00 HELP WANTEDBE I 135W. Call St. 964-6305 Licensed & Insured
FRESH VEGETABLESl Horn grown corn, PH 1-613-752-9440.. 5/30 Itpd

tomatoes, bluberrles, etc 964-7550 or CHICKEN HOUSESi 8 houses Big dutchman TRAINABLE WILLING TO WORK HARD r
9646488.530 2tpd 6/6 Automatic Equipment 9646182. ,

VEGETABLES Green tomatoes for fryIng ? 5/30 6/6 2tchg AND SINCERE ABOUT HOLDING A JOB If thisis ==
beans, okra turnips
squash green --- --
rabbits live or dressed. Call r --1 ERA Tiffin & Owens Inc.
964-4536 5/30 2tphg 6/6 1 FREE FREE FREE FREE j you, apply after June 3, at Vogue, Inc. ,

GO CART hrp go cart $100 or best of. I Stack up now (for winter I Realtor

fer. 964.4536. 5/30 2tch 6/6 I Hnwotid-HanlwMd a Pine I Accepting applications and testing for sew
I For Information: I Formerly FAULKNER REALTY

CUSTOM DECK & BACKYARD I Call 964-7701 or 964-8421 I ing operators. 221 W. Lafayette St.-Ask for Susan

Dealers Welcome! I Mon.-FrI.8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Outdoor Wood Furniture 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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Wood Decks Wood Play Sets -.
Quality Craftsmanship 710 S. Water Street. Starke 964.5065 '

At Reasonable Prices ..
496.3422 HELP WANTED: ; *' ..' .e.- s 8 "Take Advantage of Our Exclusive

DRIVERS +. Iaae NATIONAL REFERRAL SYSTEM '
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"ALWAYS 6000," e COMPLETELY REMODELED e
Formal Room Beautiful Kit on 4.5 .
Dining
i1 Quality "NOW EVEN BETTER) *3 Br/2BARanchet Dbl Gar FP.FR.

NEW 2 BR House with Full Basement. New Heat Pump Duct work I acre setting. will finance.,
wiring, plum 3BR/1BA with walking distance of school, Lg lotOwner
!f. Tree Service Progressive pay plan bing, carpets kitchen cabinets Everything.Will **LeI us show you this beautiful house on Madison St. SR 100 C/B remodeled

"Quality Workat Fuel Bonui Flan C/H&A Low dn pay. with small monthly payments.
Per Diem Expense Credit' trade for bare land or lake.ront-d; equity of $25,000 and assume *Old farm house and barn on 10 acres with 45 acres in timber (make o'ier).'

Reasonable Rates"Fully PLUS Mtg. of '12,000 with 193 per mo. payments. *Start your own blueberry farm on this 17 ac. with two wells.

Licensed & Insured Bonus *CR 225 40 acres ft 2 Irg. wells. Proven productability.
12-Year ResidentOf Unique Tractor CALL 964.6020 *Owner' financed 3 BR 1 BA C/B home on approx 1 Iocr. close to town.
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Bradford County .. .. *6 We are offering the Winkler property on ?
Equipment 2BR IBA home with many extras.
Immaculate
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"The One To Call '" .
And Much MorelIf
e .. .. *ACREAGE Hampton area 1,000.00 per acre. Excellent
Before it Falls" *Imagine home with 1 acre In town. Very convenient location.
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you ore 0'professional over-trie' area Home with hardwood floors. CH/A. Large recreation room.
9 4. road semi driver with minimum two *35 acres. Priced right SS7.000.00. Now is the time to look at this prc;>perly.

years o-t-r experience, we invite you Pasture with pecan trees'and comfortable farm house fences and dug pond.

to join our Clay Hyder Team. Our standards DALEWOOD Everything Immaculate 3BR 2BA FP. Cathedral.ceiling in

VACUUMSALE are high, but we're worth III I great room other extras.
*Multi Family Zoning Lot In town Convenient to schools & shopping.

CLAY HYDER *49 ACRE FARM fenced with lot of paved road frontage. Frame- home Included. -

NEW & USED Trucking Lines Inc. REALTOR 40. ACRES Owner anxious to sell Only $44.500.00
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K1KBYS 18002S29M1EOEMF JANE S. .USHER *WATERFRONT LOTSOwner.financing elth 15 percent down. Broker Owner.

IIIta. 2 Blks from Hwy 301. $36,000. Warehouseand
lW\'AL.o; Your Unto County Commercial Property Hwy 16- ..
496-2126 or 496-2903 Frame house included.

EUKEKASHOOVERS Mn W.MeU It..! *. Butter. PINEBREEZE SID 3 BR 1 1/2 Perfect for the first time Investment" ,,Priced' tIn

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the 30-s.
ELECTKOIA'X FLORILANDREALTY ,* Priced In the.. 30'. 3 BR/i BA on 81/2 acre Farm, Plus$2000 to your down pay
KILTER QUEENS: ment.

SEARS For A Lotta Change In Scenery, ,But With Few Dollars 10 acre farm with 4 BR Frame house. Extra septic. Priced In the 30s.
,,750.
Good location. Only 13
COMMERCIAL Choose clearedor *5 acre Residential area.
Countryside.
964-7700 Down..Buy yourself some of ihe Ideal loe someone to run
301 In Hampton
mukeH, 1 acre with 3BR/2BA DW on
tie all *Lovely '
repair We have it ALL FOR .
393 N. Temple Ave. wooded hay fields or planted pines. small business from home. "
Both
AI Young'sSince Vernle P, Odom SALE...In Lake Butler or Worthington Springs. Commercial acreage in North end of town 1.3 acres and 1.8' acres., '' t

BrokerGRIeTrailen With 10 Yrs to pay at the going interest rate, and only 15% reduced for quick sale. -
Owner financing. .
1957 parcels or up to 60 Ac. Owner *Special Duplex on 3 lot and Single family home in town.
down 1 / to 3 Ac.
for rent you can buy > acre lot. With many 'many extras.
MH a nice one
AP 3 BR 2BA newer on
964.6918 financed Lake Butler Worthington) Springs. CALL FOR with fireplace. 3BR 2BA.' ,
Dream Place 82 AC plus road frontage near or *Country Home on 2 acres. Great room

3 Miles north tf on 2,sides and 3 BR 2V4 Ba POINTMENT SEE... I Commercialroperty on 301 165' frontage. ,
ham., HOMES WITH ACREAGE'Super *Frame home on 7 acres 2 wells and septic; pond. Very good terms.

i For Sole Trailer tot. Owner llnon-. fin. home with pool Exl. Lg.'Den with stone flr.ploc. This very allrocIIv. *2 acres ready for your mobile home. $15,000
clng. Firs Mortgage lhot can BEAUTIFUL LOT In Hampton Oaks.
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,Small)House*App.. 1 ac/ln country secluded home on 1 Ac. has a low .,call nowt,n to city lis of lake
STARKE. FLA. Corner, Lot 4 3 BR I I. In City. be assumed by qualified buyer. For. oPP" Susan Faulkner Reddish REALTOR

KENT Desired Area 3 BR I BA. assume Butler.'Brick. 4 fireplaces,. beautifully decorated Sales Manager Evenings 944-4048 '
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Four 1200 sa. ft burgs $100" per e9 Mtg.....nt Rd 3. BR 2 lA. with 2.39 oc.In ITS'hZZJl Butler.' ,Owner. will finance. Priced right. Irene L. Faulkner'....51..2 Elise Johns 533.2816
month. Ideal for'contractors, auto block from Moin St. lake Susanne Kitchens'* .7630
9 Country:2 home, axe. Condition.owner SI.m.,473-2UO ,
repair, light mfg, storage, lumberyard financeeLewan Terms negotlabl. Owner says SELL.. outside Raiford area. Beautifully land- ;' Bob Matthews 964-72S1 Ion Young 964-752S-d '' '

machine shop. Blcfg t much value for few .3 BR home on lovely country rood lull also born and.torag shed Incl. Priced Carol Warner 944-4992
i FOR INFO CAlLiMCDO'ICAIL I dollars.Homestead. scaped 1 Ac. Property I.partially fenced, COMMERCIALRESIDENTIALRentals '
to .II. Ready 10 move in..Cail today'Moving : ; ''
38.2 oc.., road frontage home and 1 At. avolloble. Own.r'movlng out Available
en two sides,ex.'Ig.barn! good land. ,- to Alachuo?Have nice to SEE. Corner lot with beautiful country Carol Warner REALTOR ASSOC.
I AUCTION CO1NC. of area Ready 10 sell Call for oppt
LOOKING FOR LAND? delightful one 10 sell.fw Management DlviliontI
home Property
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FRIDAY/SATURDAY May 24/25 and ONE ACRE LOT facing Forsythe Road, no BOAT TRAILER: for 16 ft boat, 782.3973after M

Friday/Saturday, May 31, June 1- down payment $75 per mo, Calf 6. Outboard Motor for 16 ft boat SKYLINE HOME CENTER,. Hwy. 301 N. ':..... :'-:-.' ::.:.';;',," .. '.- '.;
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5/30 balance In five yeas, financing by free kittens after 5 and weekends Call We buy and used homes.
move
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owners, 9646853. 12/13 964-6692 5/30 1 tpd. 964.4414 or 964-4778. 4/26 tfn
clothes, toys, weightbench, Pleasant Grove Settlement.
ACRE LOTS ,
MOBILE HOME FOR 12 mobile
SALE: x 65 I
dishwasher, even birds. Behind Bethel Call V
$3,500. $350 dn., $70 per mo. FOR RENT home 2 br, 3'ton central Heat/olr,
Church 230A, watch for
Baptist on 964.5606.03 tfn : REALTY
looks like brand new. $6,000 9647312.
signs. 5/30ltchg ACRE LOTS ON MENG DAIRY ,
ONE
4/18 tin "':'"7.
BOWEN'i YARD SALEI Household Items, ROAD, $3,000, no down payment, $70 MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK FOR SALE Several 2 br Mobile Homes In, I" .
clothing, dishes, Jimmy Bowen Call 9645606. 1/03 tfn and for rent. ....
por mo. Mobile Homes spaces good to exc. cond. $2700-4500 each '"' .--j ,, PHONE 964-7776
residence. 507 W. Madison Sat June 1. Phone
1.7 ACRES BROOKER ROAD (C-227)) Recreational vehicles welcome. Some with A.C. Pine M.H. Pork CECELIA
5/30 Itchg 3500. no down payment, $70 per mo. 964.7..98.9/16 tfn 496-2366. 4/25 tfnchg. fERWILltGAR 205 N, Temple Starke I
YARD SALEI Saturday June 1 furniture, STREET Will
Call) 9645606. 1/03 tfn RETAIL STORE ON CALL
PRICED TO SELL Not to keep: 3 BR M.H.
display cases, books, kitchen' utensils, LOT IN CITY $6,000. Call 964.5764; after design and remodel to suit your needs. 1978. 1 .
fenced 2
& 1965 Dodge Truck, acme 3/07 tfn acre some bldgs. OWNER MOVING OUT OF STATE BEAUTIFUL BR 3 B BR HOME APPROX.
pots pans 5. call 9645251. 3/07tfn Call 964.6305, ask for John. $17,000.00 plus N.E. 11th
restaurant supplies, everytlng under OCALA NATIONAL FOREST High and MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT On. mile St. 4th M.H. on closing left .cost Laura Baptist 2650 SQ FT. 2 CH&A UNITS FIREPLACE MANY OTHER AMENITIES $74,900.
the sun. Rain or Shine.N.E. 10th Ftreet.! dry wooded lots, suitable for mobile from Stark. city limits. Clean. No Church Rd. 5/30ltpd. FLEXIBLE FINANCING.
4/10 mile of" 16. 964-B'57.: 5/301tpd. home, cabin or camping. $4950 eaaw$150 children or pets. Hwy. 16, W. Call. TRAILER 2 Br, 1 bath, one acre land; SAMPSON CITY RD. OFF 227 BRICK 3 BR 2 B WITH 2 APPROX 1580 SQ
YARD SALEI Saturday J'me 1, 8 a.m. ? dn, $63.14 mo. Exc. huntingand 468-1323 10/7 tfn water, septic, all set up and ready to FT ONLY S YEARS OLD 57500.
336 W, South St. (Behind Andrews Jlshing..Owner ((904)) 236-4579 or CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On move In $23.900 call 964-5405 5/30 COUNTRY CLUB BRICK 3 BR/2 BA ON 1'/. ACRES. LIVING ROOM DINING
Drugs) 5/30 tchg 629.9649.3/21 12tchg V6 Hwy. 16 W. Close to prison. Coll OWNER MUST SELL 3.2 take over payment ROOM, KITCHEN, LARGE FAMILY ROOM W/FIREPLACE, PATIO PAVED
GARAGE SALE: Sat.. June 1 8:00. '1:00 SIX ACRES OFF FORSYTHE ROAD: 1 2/3 964-7530 or 468.132310/07 tfn $189.00. must ask for Chris
426 N. Walnut Street 5/301lpd acre lots ,3500 No money down $75 STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly, monthly 1.622.3799 or 1.622.2820 5/30.6/20 DRIVEWAY.
YARD SALE: Sat June 1. Many Items 9 mth. ::all 96.-5606. 4/25 tfn rates. Palms Apartments, 2314 N. Temple YOU ASKED FOR ITI KINGSLEY LAKE: MAIN HOUSE. 2nd HOME FOR RENTALOR
till ?, 610 Alton Rd. 5/30 Itpd .-.--. -. Ave 1/28 tfn PERSONAL SERVICESSEWING FAMILY, LAUNDRY HOUSE (COULD BE EFF. APT) 2-CAR GARAGE, HUGE
YARD SALE at 316 St. Clair Street. Little CARS & TRUCKS NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2 STORAGE ROOM, BOATHOUSE DOCK. COMPLETELY FENCED, PAVED
bit of everything. Fri. and Sat. 5/30 BA oot. For more Information call Lake DRIVEWAY PRESCRIPTION FOR PLEASURE)
Itpd Butler Apts. 496-3141. Equal Opportunity MACHINES REPAIRED All HAMPTON SCHOOL BARN,
-12 ACRES & LARGE FARM HOUSE $65,000. NEAR
73 BUICK LASABRE ,
power st.erlng.brak.s makes cleaned, oiled and adjusted, .
6/7
Housing. tfnchg VARIETY OF
31' 42' POLE BARN. FENCED & CROSSFENCED
WORKSHOP x
windows, AC 82,000 miles,
HOMES FOR SALE KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Mobile Home Two $15. Used sewing machines for sale
good over all cond. $800. 964-5952 and FRUIT TREES PEARS PEACHES, FIGS GRAPES.
James Strickland Rd.
BR, 1 BA. $150 per mo. Furnished or un corner Morgan
6915. ",8 tfn. furnished. Purchase option. $69-B9 and Hwy. 16 Starke. 9648733. 1/031tn 907 CYPRESS ST. 3 BR 1'B STUCCO 6 YRS.OLD $43,000. ASSUM MORT.
60S S.WATER STREET By owner 2 BR, CB 1985 TOYOTA PICKUP No down, still per month plus lot. 473.7560.3/28.6/27 CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Free $29,500 MO. PAY. $304.33 10'/t%. ENERGY EFFICIENT.
home. 1-463-1323. 11/08 tfn under warranty. Assume payments. FURNISHED IBR triplex part of utilities estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. CONNERLY ESTATES STUNNING CEDAR & BRICK APPROX. 2294 SQ. FT.
3 BR, 1'/ BATH HOME Saratoga'Hts., 964-6056 or 9648732. Ask for Charles furnished. Private yard and entrance Owner Tommy I I'eddish, 9648559. 329tin STONE FIREPLACE, BEAMED CEILINGS, SCRND BACK PORCH W/WET BAR.
corner lot. Enclosed garage, CH/Air. 5/23 2tchg 5/30 No children, no pets. 9645970. 5/23
COMPLEXOF
CHANGE YOUR BUSINESS ADDRESS TO THIS NEW, DELUXE OFFICE
BUICK SKYHAWK 1978 Price $1500.00.
Phone 94.8652.3/21 tfn TFchg): MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King size.
3 BR, MUST SELL Central air and heat. 1978 Ford LTD $1900.00. Call 964-4756 1 BD APTS WI All Utilities Included $200 Also have quilts for sale. Assortedsixes DISTINCTION HWY. 301S $425 A MO. 1125 SQ. FT. EACH.
Enclosed garage, low maintenance after 5:30: 5/30 tfn month. 964-6380, 964.6566.2tchg 5/30 and designs. Betty Hildebrand, 90S W. PRATT LOVELY BRICK 3 BR 2 B ON TWO LOTS YOUR BEST MOVE
telling fans, nice neighborhood closeto 1982 SUZUKI P-UP DIESEL 3/4 Ton, topper 1 AND 2 BEDROOM Furnished Apart. 964-8122. 6/21 tfnchg WILL BE TO THIS HOME.
Southslde Elem. $39,900, 964-5952 or like new, fully equipped assume ments $150 & $200 plus $75 security WANT TO DRINKT EXCELLENT LOCATION: SOUTHGATE AREA: 3BR, 2Ba, CH/ NEW ROOF. 8%
964.6915.181tfn.. payments. Call after 6 p.m. 9644118. Dep. No Pets, 964.8071 5/30 Itchg THAT'S'OUR BUSINESS ASSUM. MTG.
ON HAMPTON LAKE Brick 3/BR, 5/30.6/204tpd FL'PNISHED TRAILER: 2BR, 2 bath, largeLR. WANT TO STOP
,
screened 1974 TOYOTA COROLLA cyl., 4 speed, One THAT'S OURS MINI FARM 5 ACRES. ENCLOSED W/PRIVACY FENCE, CROSS-FENCED
1 / IBA, Fireplace, carport nice, clean under shady trees
porch 3/4 mile west of Highway 301. new filters, brake pads, tires & other child maxjmum. $225/month 9646714. Alcoholics Anonymous BARN. GREENHOUSE. ALL OF THIS W/BEAUTIFUL BRICK HOME, 3BR, 2BA
$95,000.-468-1576 alter 600.: 5/Q tfn new parts. 32 m.p.g. and comes with LARGE TRAILER LOT IN COUNTRY ready 964-4150-964-6894-964-5434 I CH5 CEILING FANS, CLOSE TO CITY PRICED TO SELL.
3 BR HOUSE FOR SAlEs\ just outsld- cityon parts. $750. firm, for all. Call 9646529. for rent. Available before the first. pd thru 8/16 GOLFER'S DREAM HOME ACROSS FROM COUNTY CLUB SO YOU WANT THE
Private rood Central heat/AC, 5/30 Itpd 9646365. 5/30 2tchg 6/6 GLASS CUT TO ORDER: Doors, windows FINEST THIS IS FOR PEOPLE-WHO DON'T LIKE JUST PLAIN LIVING. MAKE AN
Wood Stove, huge Recr. Room below 1980 FORD PINTO PONY 2 door, good MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 3 BR. 2 complete etc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY, OFFER)I.
appraisal $38,000 Call 96".597.25 condition. Wife's car. 782.3058 5/30 baths, $250 mth 964-8063. 5/30 9646078. Orders also taken In Lake BROOKER: BRICK AND BLOCK HOME ON 2 PLUS ACRES. ONLY 5 YEARS OLD
tfnchg. I Itpd 1 Itchg Butler, 496-3079 and Keystone Heights 1 l'/i%. 396MO.
MTG. OF APPROX. $36,000 at
3BR 2BA, $55,000 w/ASSUM.
HOME FOR SALEI Brick home In Town on 71 FORD LTD: Good running condition MOBILE HOME 2 Bath 2 Br, MobileHome 4734973. 2/26 tfn
2 acres land, 2 BR and 2 Baths. Call B.T. $600.00 cash. 909 N. Thompson St. on 1/2 acre wooded lot 7 mi. BABYSITTING IN MY HOME Infants and '301 MOTEL OWNER FINANCED 16 RMS FURN. WITH SPACIOUS LIVING
Thomas -8553. 5/3O.6/62tpd 964-52545/30 1 Itpd South on US 301. 964-5888 day 468-1777 toddlers up to 5 years of age receive QUARTERS. MORE THAN A PLACE TO LIVE A BUSINESS TOO)
GOVERNMENT HOMES from $1 (U '77 TRANS AM: engine needs work and night. 5/301tchg excellent care. Weekdays, 77. Call HANDSOME BRICK AND CEDAR HOME AND 37'/ ACRES 4BR/2V.BA,
Repair). Also delinquent tax property. some body work 1750.00 Call 964-6009 TRAILER 1 BR furnished A/C near "73.7864.0... tfn FIREPLACE &BARN-GOOD FOR KIDS AND OTHER GROWING THINGS.
Call 1.805.687.6000 Ext. GH-5504 for In. 5/30 Itpd Graham $60.00 week. 485- 1371. 5/30 NEW METHOD CARPET DRY CLEANING BRICK 4 BR 2B ONE ACRE-SEWING RM COULD BE 5th BR, FIREPLACE, DBL.
formation. 5/30.7/25 8tchg 1968 GT Fast Back Mustang (very rare) SERVICE Dry cleaning, soilguard, germicide
FOR SALE BY OWNER: 3/BR Brick houseIn now under restoration $3000 or Trade? NOTICE 8 carpet freshner. Owned andoperated GARAGE 2 UTILITY RMS -CH8A
Starke, Phone 964-6065'after 5 p.m. Call 964-4099 Kevin 5/30 Itpd ,--- by Don Martin & Ed Sanders. LOTS!! ,BESSENTR.DJ5OAIJ5'tC,9NN&RI-Y: : ESTATES, HAMPTON. QAKS.CFOSBY_.
5/301tpd :' '84 RANGER: 1. cy .' P'"d.V&&.rAm- t[A lSIFB iSAbvEYL'FIdiRN.acufd; ),.'" ab"''',I 24 Wesy .Wdtdo,"ft'-MtM.! CatltlIect LAKE, SAMPSON( LAKE/ '
; 5/3O
If I Fm Ster.o46.Ob9644563' t \el' milted the Bradford County' ((904)) 4681471. 4/11 8tpd '34.43 ACRES BROWNLEE RD. OWNER FINANCING.
to Ball
lawns.
MOWING Lg/Small
468.1751 5/30 Itpd LAWN
BUSINESS 1981 V.W.CONV RABBIT New tiresnew Telegraph office In writing and paid In fields playgrounds. Phone 485-1861 COUNTRY CLUB 10.93 BEAUTIFUL ACRES.

OPPORTUNITIESOWN clutch, Ex Cond. Book Value $7600 advance unless credit Is. alr.ady.stabllsh.d anytime 4/25 tfnchg -49 GREAT ACRES HWY 229 WITH FARM HOUSE ASSUM MTG.
with this office.THE
&
Sacrifice $5900 form. 964-6020 5/30 TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE PLUMBING SERVICE RESIDENTIAL !LUXURIOUS BUT PRACTICAL RD 100 W 3BR 3B ON 3'/. ACRES.
Installation
&
All repairs
YOUR OWN JEAN-SPORTSWEAR: '81 Itchg MERCLYNX Auto. AC, AM/FM toss HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN COMMERCIAL 24 hr. service types, licensed call _4 3/4 ACRES $12,000 RD 230A & WILSON RD A GOOD BUY.

Ladles apparel, chlldens. Large size, $2300.Phone 964-5743 or CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Owen Alvarez 9645219. 5/9 Btpd 627I RAIFORD AREA 2 BR 1 B ONE ACRE 1500 SQ FT.

combination store, accessories, Jordache. 473-2046.otter 530.: 5/23 2tpd 5/30. THE TELEPHONE. I WANT PRIVATE SITTINGS I am certified '$21,500 SINGLE WIDE-FAM RM ADDED 2 BR IB ON 3/4 A.
Chic; Lee, Levi), Easy Street, Classified deadline i Is TUESDAY. 964.5626.5/9 4tchg 5/30
Tomboy, NOON, prior to Thursday publication. would like to '832 W. CYPRESS ST. 2BR 2B OWNER MUST SELL.
Izod, Evan Plcone, Esplrlt, COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MOMS AND DADS I
Colvin Klein, Sergio Valente, Liz Clair. Minimum charge Is 15 words for$2.75, babysit In my home days. Please call KINGSLEY LAKE VILLAGE TWO LOTS FOR $5,000.
borne Members Only, Organically RENTLEASEFOR then 10 cents for each word thereafter. Lexa 9647321. 5/163tch9 5/30 -513 W. PRATT ST. CONVENIENT TO EVERYTHING $21,000.
Gasoline, Healthtex, Over : Young mother will
C.O
Grown ATTENTION st LOTS OWNER FINANCING.
INFORMATION ON BESSENT RD. 1 ACRE
1000 other J7.9OC to $24,900 Inventory SALE OR EASE) IN STARKE Two- CALL TODAY FOR babysit In my home at prison. All ages.
Tralnlnn, Fixtures, Grand OpenIng story building 7500 sq ft on Corner of FCAN (Florida Classified Ad Network). Flexible days and hours. Call after 6 222' FRONTAGE 301 1 Ml. S. EXCELLENT TERMS.
Etc. Can open 15 days. Mr. Keenan Call & Thompson Sts., needs remodel For $125 ((25-words), your ad dailies will go and into p.m. 431.1077.5/23 2tchg 5/30 INVEST NOW COMMERCIAL OAK PLAZA HWY 301 S.

((305)) 673- 3639. 5/30 Itpd ing. Call Clyde W. Simpson. 356.6849.MISCEllANEOUS 56 Florida newspapers circulation of( 1,000,000readers WORK WANTED Will babysit In my BRICK HOME RD 230- 3BR 2 B LOT 100 x 300 $52,000-
weeklies) for a Meals and
AVAILABLE NOW National Company Mon. -Frl. Any Hours
Make that money work for home * *
Seeking Local Distributor to Handle snocks. 964.8672 5/30ltpd
Energy Management Systems. High Income you..Sell the FCAN way. Call CHILDCARE My home 2 openings, full EVENINGS .
Potential, small investmentsecured 964-6305 ask for Sylvia, Today. time only. Lunch, snacks, fenced play LAVERN OUTLAW 964-5478 BILL DODD 9647408IRVING
by Inventory, call Mr. Watson, WE CATER TO DOCK CUSTOMERS:fill 100 DON'T BPIAV-CAtL. TODAY L. yard. 964.5610 5/30ltpd. JOHN GREENE 533.2121 CLARK JR. 964.7188
TOLL FREE 1-00.962.4908.5/30ltpd. pd cylinders $20 we solite customers to LOSTFOUNDLOST MOBILE HOME REPAIRS ADD-A-ROOM TOMMY CHASTAIN 964-4319 NOVIS WARD 964.7454WAYNE
own their tanks we sell and rent tanks 20 experience building, setting up DOUGLAS 964.6593 DAVID DODGE 964.5370
and furnish cylinders Mon thru Frl vrs. Call 964-7724 for ;. .i
BOATS open and repairing. .. ._ .
8.45: to 6:30: Sot 8.45 to 3.00 354-7843 : Pointer bird dog, liver and white estimate. 5/30-6/20 4 tchg
Jax 259.6810, McClenny. 5/9 4tchg female, last seen In downtown KH Subscribe BRADFORD COUNTY

BASS BOAT: 14',bass boat with trailer, 35 FREE KITTENS 782.3083 5/30 Itpd 5/23, Ph. 4734369. Itchg 5/30 MOBIL HOME SERVICE t TELEGRAPH
HP Evlnrude, Motor 72/24 Volt Foot FREE Used ten ton feed tank 964.6767 LOST Male Dachshund (sausage dog) COMPLETE Today
Control Tioller.$2800.00 964-5468 after KITTENS Free kittens 1 female 2 males black with brown markings, last seen Skirting .Plumbing 964.6305
5 p.m. / tchg 964-8393. 5/30 Igpd vicinity of Morgan Rd. REWARD $50.00 Decking Electrical
15 ft FIBRECAST BOAT tilt trailer; elec. PETS: Free Puppies to good home. Call Rudoloh Hutcheson 9647966. 5/30 Flooring 'Remodeling
trolling motor; buggy top; other ac. after 6 p.m. 964-4589. Free Kittens to LOST REWARD $50, lost little gray -Addition Concrete Slobs 4361--4 BR, 2 ba. on 5 acres stocked
cessorlt $650.00 Call 9645645. 5/30 good home Call after 6 p.m. 9644588. female dog. named Tlnk, wearing red Custom Built Sheds-Pump Houses Janet M pond, newly remodeled inside
Itpd ", 5/30 Itchar collar, lost In Worthington area, have Free E.tlmate..CaIl473.7122 Owner financing.

_L_ J..... J.... ..A.. ..A.. - -Cr ./' any Info call 4311900. 5/30 Itchg StarlingRealtor/ if395--2 Br. 1 ba. home in country
RRRRRR HH 'r-- workshop fruit trees, furnished
PARENTS- )} Subscribe I iManaIlf41 much included In sale.
*' FOSTER 4396--20* ac. inside city limits, zoned
Portable Buildings ? VERY NICE: 3 BR. 2 BA. 2 Ac Hwy Mobile, Home Park furnished 2 BR

J NEEDED J : I US 301 South Starke 964-6020 125. 49000. home, plans already approved in
Call Yck496226'I' '5 ACRES;: $11.000.: 10 ACRES eluded in sol.4.87 ..

For adult males attending Sunshine CURIES CYCLES $22 COO. *386--Mobile home on 2 ac 100
ACRES.:Well, septic tank 17x35
Industries Workshop. Financial )} Keystone Heights: Sizes from 8x10 to 12x24 T a I man pool I, fenced, cross.f enc.d. f West 385-15 18000.ac. ranchette, horse barn

.? 473-2210' $24,,COO. pool. 3 BR 2 bo. brick home Very
subsidy available. # .4 ACRES: Hwy 225 A. SI2.500 nice.

Call Bob Larimer Director 3$. In Starke: '5 Ac. Pv'd frntg. $12,500
'20 Ac.: Cov'd in pines
Bradford ARC 964.7699NOTICE )} Call//Monlez Plumbing Supplies 50 Ac. $50,000. 838 N.Temple Ave

. )} ** *** ** 964-6305 -'3 BR, 1 BA: Country $25.500 Stork., Fl 32091.
******** From LIQUOR STORE AND LOUNGE .' STROUTREALTY

-SERVICE STATION $40,000
- LIB Du rrance INCCmrCtHAHO
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I .11 ((904)) 782.3931 seoxss

ADVERTISING "' r'1'P' Pump &, P.O. Drawer M 9648931 473-3096
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CLASSIFIED ; .. flni 1\ I nwtaw
should be Under New Management. ,_.-

.County ted to the. sUbmit-I I I 'r Supply Co

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fice In writing and U.S. 301 N.-164 N. Temple 9647061We Carpet (Any Scotchgard
In advance .Florida
paid Start $1495 is
unless credit Is I I Room

already this office.establishedwith I PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS II Cleaning &._Hall)_ AvailableDeep

THE TELEGRAPHSTAFF I Drill Wells ( Soil Extraction is Also Available)

RESPONSIBLEFOR CANNOT BEHELD I 2"to 6" State Licensed Whole House Special (uv., Din., Hall, 3 Br.). ggg5: :

IN

AD CLASSIFIEDS IS MISTAKES TAKEN WHEN OVER I I I '" Carpet Dyed 0x12)( ) . . . . 95

THE TELEPHONE. Furniture Cleaned (sofa & chair) .>. . ...44wty
deadline Is I I 1-2 ft 3 Bedroom Aph. & ,1sotlat.ts. 3nt.
Classified Sack Cltourtnau P.
TUESDAY. NOON, '160 & I ; "Not Delighted/' ,, Don't ?ayf'Serving E&.w
Up
prior publication.to Thursday From Realtor/Builder 47j3-7060 Bradford & Union Co. and surrounding areas

15 Minimum words for charge$2.75 l I. I I .Large variety of Lots & Acreage In the hill region of Bradford Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.
mounds
.a.,1 tank -
th.n word 10 thereafter cents for each I I 12 r ft 3 Badrooms Available Co.roads A few Duplex Our community& Triplex Lots water No systems septic Owner financing paved (Licensed & Insured) :Residential( & Commercial

= Jacksonville Palatka and OFFERED
CALL TODAY FOR INFORMATION I from $3950. Central to Gainesville, PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Starke' In cleaning and re-dyeing of wall to wail carpet, furniture cleanIng -
ONI I We specialize
FCAN ( ( detailing. We offer bids on commercial contracts.
and Inside auto
work Classified). For Ad A: : 1530 W. Madison I Beautiful Golf Course Lots Senior Citizen Discount No Mileage Charge Free Advice

((25-words).. $1251 I Phone'984-6312 from $10,950 I II Call -. 964-4997 Callif
will go Into 56 |"UL NWSIM S'I. Priced GuaranteedfCiaasif
newspapers (dailieS I NMRTEEITY Office Hours: No Answer Call ((904)733-1308-) "
) for a
and weeklies
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PlAit 10 !May 30,19M!$

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Card of Thanks

IT .., ,I"
I C WE E'iA ,
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We deeply appreciate all the cards sorely missed: The people who endured ,to our heart., '" "
food and prayers during our momentof these sad times during his Il-, '' -TIle. C'w, ,,Green"family; ,
bereavement.We mesa, will always. be close and dear ,, '' ____ '.' .. .1
would also like to thank the .. --......- .d. ..- o Bradford Rescue Squad and the '
Volunteer Fire Department for the W.M. Lloyd, Jr Fred TillmanHAY
i quick and gentle service rendered
n during our loved one's illness and his .. '
death.A .. '
special thanks to Dr. Pete {
Gianis, for helping us'to endure BALING d ': I
even though medically nothing couldbe
done you eased our minds and
comforted us all.Again words can't Custom Cut0#
express how deeply grateful we are
to anyone and everyone who was in)

volved.Beckum Special for all thanks the imes to Bro.he Benny spent ((904)) 781-4277 ((904))788.4731Centers :
with our loved one:praying talking I
and comforting.Those times will be
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Retirees at DuPont...
From led to right on the front rawt: Ray Cox.James Gail Hart, !Maurice Lee Henry Parmenter.John Kuf-
Casey; Bob Edwards, Ralph Bryan; Marian Malone huh John Bradley Charlie Baldree Donald Connor
Herbert Green,Kodney Hall Furl Cox and Kay Devoc. Ray Ithoden, Robert Dobbs and Charles McCullough.
Standing from left to right: Jim Sapp Brad Norton Not shown: Gerald Crawford Joe Lamb. Joe Slier-,
Dyal Baldiee, lIarohll\lcKinl..y. Lon/o Starling Mike rill, Robert Johns Dewitt Crews James Dean and Bob
"Kunderbuik Bill Owens Shirley Douglas Floyd Smith. f', '
Fuleh.Basil! Davis Tom Garnur, Leon Kuykendall "



I 38 retire from DuPont PlantThirtyeight Family HOUSEHOLD >.:'" :,1.INTEaNATIONAI.COMPANY,' j jCopyrighl19851GaVStOlMco '


recently retired great Roxie Yarbrough presented the
employees of the Du Pont Florida Mr. Hager was the first Du Pont retirees with a gift on behalf of the
Plant, their families and guests, Plant Manager of the Florida opera- company in appreciation of their
were honored with a retirement din- tion (1958-1966)( ), and was Plant long and dedicated service. '
ner Friday evening, May 10,1985 at Manager when many of the retirees Many retired former employeesand .
the Armory in Starke. were hired. their families were in atten- ,; : ,
Employees honored were: John A. Former Plant Manager K.B. Platt dance. A total of 214 Du POnt Pardon
Ruffini, Thomas E. Garnar Jr., ((1974-1985) was unable to attend but employees, retirees and their ,
John L.Bradly,Harold S.McKinley, his congratulations and best wishes families enjoyed the occasion ... . I
Charles A. Baldree, Dyal W. were conveyed to all retirees by renewed acquaintances and "
Baldree Gerald Crawford, Shirley Master of Ceremonies Drew Red- reminisced over the history of the .
II. Douglas, Robert E Edwards, dish. Du Pont Florida Plant.LouAnn's .
Joseph,J, Lamb, Joe W. Sherrill : ,
Ralph P. Bryan, Rodney P. Hall, :
Floyd J. Futch DeWitt Crews Our Dust
Azalea & Farm
Herbert A, Green Marian W, Blueberry .
Malone Forrest B. Davis,James D. Take 100 South towards Keystone, lake a righton .
Casey Maurice A. Lee James S. "
Sapp, Henry E, Cox, Mike C. 24th Avenue, follow signs _
Funderburk Bradley A. Norton,
Earl D, Conner Ray A. Cox, James '
H. Dean, Raymond W. DeVoe, Coming June 1st, 1985 Thurs. May 30 ,
James L. Kuykendall Charles D '
McCullough, William E. Owen Mouthwatering Blueberries U-Pick 'em S LE through

Henry Rhoden F.Robert Parmenter E. Smith Raymond Lonzo R.H. Picking Begins at 8:00: a.m. 8:00: p.m. Saturday, June 1We're

Starling, Jr., Gail A. Hart Robert
Dobbs Robert Johns. 964-7109
THese 38 people took advantage of
the company's incentive of adding '
All Nature Sings of Jesus
five years to their service to enable
for early retirement.A total of 11,500 remodeling, to serve you
employees retired company-wide.__

Plant"that the Manager group D.V.of Lubke 38 retirees stated LAWTEY better so please excuse the
represented over 1200 years of yb ,
valuable service to the Du Pont

Company, skill The and knowledge dedication, they experience SATELLITE mess. The good news is that : :

carry with them will be sorely missed -
," we're marking down hundreds

He congratulated them on their

contribution retirement/ ,'thlUlked totlf ftSKt them;add fa wiShro their-* SYSTEMS "of, items ,to make, room 'f9f'I' p, ",''f '
them all the best in their "new

beginning." Unmatched exciting new goods. So take

Former Plant Manager C.R.
lager stated "that it was by far the 4- QualityCome
largest group of Du Pont employees advantage of these extra .. '
retiring at onetime that he had at-
tended." He drove all the way from
Indialantic and said "he would not clearance values.Here's : : !
have missed" it for anything in the to Where It's All Happening special :':I; '
world. Mr. Hager retired in 1966 at
the age of 54 and says"retirement isM City of the Future just a small sample; : ''l;

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Truck County OverturnsAt Line Court Finals in: Bradford County- I IThe


There were no injuries when a 1979 following cases received final guilty two counts criminal mischief; suspended six months"attend driving
Ford pickup truck carrying a load of disposition May 14 in Bradford County fined $85.50, make restitution of while intoxicated school, com-
fertilizer overturned May 24 at 11:45 Court in non-jury trials before $139.95, placed on 60 days court probation plete 50 hours community work
a.m.The Judge George H. Pierce. ,must not go near residence of under Salvation Army supervision.Paul .
driver of the truck Terry Lillian Jenkins. Creighton charged reckless
Isaiah Oliver of Jacksonville, lost ,Gary Laverne Burch charged with William Jesse Lavigne attempting display of firearm; case dismissed.
control of the truck when the right driving while intoxicated, withdrew to flee or elude police; adjudication William E.Hobson pled no contestto
rear tire blew out The truck south plea of not guilty and pled guilty to withheld,case dismissed. eight counts of worthless checks;
bound on US-301 at the Bradford- wilful-wanton reckless driving, was Jabe Cleveland Myrick ad- sentenced to six months court probation -
Clay,County line is owned by Carter fined$85.50.Charles judicated guilty driving while IntoxIcated .end must.make restitution.\
Seed and Fertilizer of Jacksonville. ; fined $334, Salvation Army
Oliver was cited for defective supervision,must complete 50 hours John R. Morgan charged with
equipment in the accident, according Henderson charged with community work,license suspendedsix false statement as to financial condi-
to Trooper Mason. battery was adjudged guilty months, attend driving while In- tion or identity; case dismissed.
sentenced to 30 days in jail (15 days toxicated school. Bobby McLeod charged with child
picture by Lt. William Tillotson. suspended) and ordered to pay Thomas Gerald Alderman adjudicated abuse (two counts); adjudication
$55.25 fine. guilty driving while intox- withheld, placed on six months pro-
.' Willie Charles Jenkins adjudged >*.. rlnari <114 Hc..n.e bation, must violate no laws.. _
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Francois was convicted in the 1977 One call was to a structure fire, Arrests in BC Barrette, A disturbance' call
N.ewsBiiefs- execution-style killings of six people one call was to the Whispering Pines resulted in Harris' arrest. He ran
during a robbery in the Miami Care Center to the laundry room The following arrests were made from the scene but was apprehended 7'; .
J- ..' ,* suburb of Carol City. Court records where a dryer was burning.The recently in Bradford County by. local and taken to jail. Bond was set at' ,
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Stark i/' Girl; JSU"- ', when the truck left the roadway and indicated that Frartcol and two department responded to a authorities, ? > $1,500, he was released on his own'
Dies Overturned three times., throwing other men had invaded a house in call where fuel l leaking from an recognizance.James .
After Being Struck Robert Parrish from the truck; search' money and drugs. When automobile had to be washed away Danny Parker of Dade City was
Ronald Parrish suffered a broken Francois' mask fell off, he said all and one call was to the railroad arrested May 25 for driving under Influence Lee Rowe, 46, of Lawtey
By Small TruckA arm in the accident and passenger, eight people in the house would haveto when the wheels locked and caughtfire according to Lt. William was arrested May 28 for aggravated
12-year-old Starke girl died May Susan M. Newell, 20, of Gainesville. be killed and he shot six of the victims on two flatbed cars carrying Tillotson. 8 blood alcohol assault with a deadly -
28 as a result of injuries she received suffered cuts and bruises, said in the head with a shotgun.Two logs.Mutual content was .20 percent. Bpnd was ding to Deputy Sammy Eunice and
when hit by a truck on SR-16. Trooper Smith. other victims were wounded but survived aid was given to the countyat set at $350.Granver;' .. .__ Chief M. M. Jordon. Rowe was arrested -
Linda Michelle Edenfield died'' The truck valued at $12,000 was and testified against Francois. a barn fire and to Container Cor after he allegedly threatenedand
Tuesday night at Shands Hospital in destroyed. Gov. Bob Graham signed Fran- portation as a standby while weldingwas Harris, Jr. of Starke was then cut a victim on the thumb,
Gaineville,according to Trooper B. cois' death warrant in November of being done in the chipper area.A arrested May 24 for trespass after wrist and finger.fie was released on
A. Williams. She had been Superintendent 1982. He was spared from his Dec.3, mobile home in transit caughtfire warning and resisting arrest with his own recognizance. Bond was set
transported by ShandsCair shortly 1982 date with the electric chair by a and started burning from the violence,according to Patrolman G. at 5000.
after noon Saturday when she was At Lawtey PrisonG. federal judge who said the condemned floor when a wheel shorted out.
struck by a 1975 Toyota truck as she .Sidney Fortner has been named killer could not he executed until One stove fire was extingished and
attempted to cross SR-16 at the intersection the new superintendent Lawtey higher courts settled several legal five calls were false alarms. We will be at Mitchell's Drug Store on Call
of Garden Acres Road Correctional Institution. issues. The 7-2 vote of the court May
east of Starke. Fortner has served as superintendent 28 denied Francois' plea to postponethe April ReportA Street'the FIRST THURSDAY OF EACH MONTH
Driver of the truck, Pamela Lowe at Avon Park Correctional Institution execution. total of 19 calls were responded?
Shannon, 21, of Orange Park, said for the past eight to ten to during the month of April, said from 9 a.m. until 1 1:30: p.m. to better serve our
the girl stopped and looked both years, said Vernon Bradford, prison Starke Fire Dept. Hardee. customers.
of The,majority .of the calls, eight,
ways before stepping- into the path spokesperson.
the truck.The right side of the truck Sid is coming home, both he and Has Busy MonthThe were to brush fires. Four calls were Gainesville Hearing Aid Center
struck the pedestrian. his wife are from the Union County Starke Fire Department has to assist Rescue, one call was to an ,
A passenger in the truck. Corey area," said Bradford. Fortner been busy this month with a total of automobile accident and one call 1003 NW 23rd Ave. Gainesville
Todd Shannon, age 12 months, was started with the system at the old 33 calls responded to, according to was to an accident requiring extrica- -
taken to Bradford Hospital where he Florida State Prison. At one time he Chief Dwayne Hardee. tion equipment at SR-16 and CR-230'
was treated and released, said served as superintendent at FSP. Five of the calls were to brush intersection. 3760095We
Paramedics Scott Taylor and Paul Fortner will take over LWCI the fires due to the dry weather condi- One call was to a vehicle fire, one service all make and models of hearing aids.
West. middle of June. Until that time Ed tions and one call was to a trash fire. to a stove fire in Orangewood Apts.
Sands Is acting superintendent. Seven calls were to Rescue assist and one to a boat fire and one trash Also have batteries available. Home testing by ap-
Lake Butler Man Superintendent James Wain- and three calls were to traffic ac fire. One call was to a gaspump ointment onl .
Dies of InjuriesIn wright will start his new post at the cidents. which had been hit by a vehicle.
Reception and Medical Center in
Truck AccidentA Lake Butler this weekend.

Lake Butler man died Saturday,
May 25,in a Gainesville;hopital after
he was thrown from a truck Friday Inmate Loses Plea

night reported, The Florida Highway Patrol For Execution Stay ERCIS

Robert Ernest Parrish, 21, died in Inmate Marvin Francois was put
Alachua General Hospital Saturday to death at Florida State Prison ear
afternoon. Parrish was a passengerin ly May 29 after the U. S. Supreme
a 1984 Toyota pickup driven by Court cleared the way Tuesday for
Ronald D. Parrish, 20, also of Lake the scheduled executuion. r
Butler at 11 p.m., according to Francois is the 13th person to die
Trooper R. B. Smith. in Florida since the state reinstatedthe This Summer! !
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,J.)... ... Lynn Pierce and Jay.Godwin.Wed,May. 4. in First, Baptist Church T------Tii-


,,,,' Patricia Lynn Pierce, daughter of the length of the aisles. with matching ruffles'at the wrist .' same flowers. "Flowers were placed ,,
Judge and Mrs. George H. Pierce of Mrs. Charlene Francis, pianist, The slender skirt and semi- between the separated tiers. Surrounding -
Starke, and J Mack Godwin son of Miss Christy Johns, organist, Mike cathedral train had matching ruffles ., the main cake were three
Mrs. Ann Godwin and Harold, God- King and Mrs. Carol Milner, solo and scallops topped by satin bows. A : similar side cakes also topped with
win of Starke, were united in mar- ,and duet provided nuptial music.Harold wide brim hat of satin and Venice cake tops to match. Greenery en-
riage May 4, at ., in First'' Godwin, father of the lace covered with pearls and pink r; circled their bases. Cutting the cake S + 1i'
Baptist Church, Stare, with Rev. groom, and Drew Barry served as flowers held a walking length veil were Mrs. Myrtle Smith and Miss 1, _________
Guy Smith, uncle of the bride, per- best men. Ushers were Michael and with a fingertip blusher. She carried ; Pauline Cartwright, aunts of the : :
forming the nuptials. David McQuaig of Waycross, Ga., a silk, European styled cascade of bride. ..
Greeting the guests as they arriv- cousins of the groom,Keith Carter of star/, gazer lilies, stephanotis, t The groom's table covered With a
ed in the vestibule of the church wasa Tampa, Rob Pierce of Cleveland, freesia, English ivy and baby's ; white cloth, held a silver punch bowl
large arrangement of gladiola Tenn., brother of the bride, Ricky breath in a traditional all white J encircled with greenery and a
freesia, killian daisies, statice and Johns, Gray Flynn and Earle Biggsof theme. ? groom's cake topped with a comical
pom poms in shades of lavender Starke.! Ring-bearer was Kevin A reception was held in the ornament resembling a coach. Cut-
raspberry and white. Williams,cousin of the groom. Woman's Club where guests were 1 ting the cake were Mrs. Jane Mc-
Inside the church, the preferenceof Lynn Melvin attended as matronof greeted by Mrs. JoElla Hardy and 1! Quaig and Mrs. Beverly Williams,
the bride was candlelight, honor. Attendants were Cherry Mrs. Shan Johns kept the bride's aunts of the groom.
greenery and touches of fresh Wolfe of Orlando, Lisa Kelly, Shelly book. Assisting in serving were Mrs. y
flowers in the most advantageouspoints Barry, Jana Godwin, sister of the Again, as with the church, the <. Pearl Andrews, Miss Stephanie. Al
of the church. The choir ]loft groom, Adrienne Barry, and Laura choice for the reception decorations Cartwright, Mrs. Carolyn Cart- > 1
was centered with a heart Andrews, cousin of the bride. They were greenery, with touches of fresh wright, Mrs. Frances Smith, Mrs.
candleabra holding burning tapers,, were attired alike in taffeta, long flowers at vantage points. Mary Ann Kicklighter, Mrs. Jean
to either of its sides were two tree gowns with a ruffle in the back and The main ballroom of the j Vickers, Mrs. Ann Thornton Mrs.
candleabra holding arrangements of puff sleeves and they wore white Woman's Club held ficus trees' Kathy Register, Mrs. Gina Frazee,
mixed foliage.Lower in the loft were pearls and a silk flower in their hair throughout and Boston ferns were Mrs. Ruth Davis, Mrs. Tina McRae,
two spiral candelabra and palms to match their gowns.The matron of hung. at various heights from the Mrs. Tammy Winkler, Mrs. Peggy /
placed! throughout. In the middle of honor carried a modified cascade of ceiling. In front of the stage area Acton, Misses Molly Robinson,
the chancel rail was a large arrange- parrot tulips, alestromeria lilies, was a long table covered in white Ar-, Eoline Green, Clare Winkler/: Lisa
ment of white gladioli, white snapdragons hyacinth florets, star flowers, my/Navy tablecloths centered with Reddish, Michelle Sapp, fancy at, "
raspberry carnations, rose English ivy and baby's breath a long fresh arrangement of mixed Payne, Melissa Winkler, Kay Allen, \ti\
statice, lavender pompoms, white centered with a lighted glass globe. spring flowers in the bride's chosen ,' ,'Nancy Grider, Mr. and Mrs" Ben \
freesia and white killian daisies. Shades of mauve, raspberry, colors. Silver candelabra and trays {' Moxley, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sexton, .''l\
Garlands of mixed greens, baby's lavender and white were chosen to of finger food were placed along its I' '}Mrs. Sylvia Reddish, Mrs. Faye An- ,"
breath, carnations and pompoms accent her gown of burgundy rose. length.A :frews Mrs. Carolyn Taylor, Mrs. Mr.and Mrs. Jay Godwin
were scalloped along the rail and The attendants carried similar bou- punch table covered with a J Cathy Nix, Mrs. Gloria King, Mrs.
met in the center beneath the arrangement quets but with slightly smaller white overlay cloth, centered with a ,, 'Betty Allen and Mrs.Jackie Grider.
The center of the globes and lavender accents to silver punch bowl encircled with i I"
chancel area held a unity match their gowns of raspberry.Erin greenery, was placed in one cornerof ; Following a wedding trip to
candelabra flanked by two crown Williams, cousin of the groom, the room. Jamaica, the couple is residing at
candelabra draping over with arrangements was flower girl. She was attired in The bride's table, placed on the '741 N.W. 56th Lane, Gainesville.
of mixed foliage. On the white lace over burgundy rose taffeta wall in front of the large windows, I The bride is a graduate of the Social Side Club News
lower level, more areca palms and long gown. was covered with a white Ar University of Florida,and is a pharmacist -
dwarf scifeffiera plants were placedin Given in marriage by her father, my/Navy cloth. It was centered witha i t, at Shand's Teaching Hospital theNews Notices
different vantage points. the bride wore a formal white satin two-tiered wedding cake raised ;,in Gainesville. of Church Items
Aisle candelabra holding arrangements gown with a scoop neckline with high on pillars above a fresh ar- -|: The groom attends the University
of freesia, carnations, satin and lace ruffles. Silk Venice rangement of white freesia, mini ,I lot Florida, and will graduate in
pompoms and statice were attached lace and pearls accented the snug carnations and baby's breath. On its '' August. He is employed at Buchholz Thursday,May 23.19HS
to the outer ends of the center pews bodice; long leg-of-mutton sleeves upper tier was a cake top of the with the teaching staff. C Section WeddingsReceptions

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Junior Woman's Club held its Shan Johns introduced the special Awards were given to club womanof Debbie Connaughton; first vice- --
annual May banquet and installationof guests, among them were past the year Debbie Connaughton; president Hjalmar Wilson; second Pamela Austin,
officers on Monday evening, May presidents, Jeri Johns and Lillian Rookie of the year Prevatt and vice-president Vickie Gaines;
6 at the Ravine Restaurant in Mid- Stump. Also attending were the president's choice Carolyn Autry secretary r.ora Whitehead; Randall Sapp
dleburg. and Vickie Gaines. treasurer Seleta Brown. Plan June 7 WeddingMr.
Cocktails were served from 7 to 8 Junior Woman's Club sponsors Don- Donna Gruen installed the follow- The next general meeting will be 'd"
j p.m. after which dinner was served. na Gruen and Ada Reddish. ing officers for 1985' 86: president I Sept. 9.
and Mrs. Lester Austin of
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JuniorWoman's' Presents Latchkey Programs : : dall Glenn Sapp, son of Mr. and Mrs.
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The Junior Womans Club of Starke April 25 at Hampton Elementary the program volunteers and Tina cipal of Brooker Elementary for :, i June 7, at 7:30: p.m. in the First
presented a Latchkey program to Shan Johns and Debbie Con- McRae presented the handbook for their library. ,. ,l Baptist Church, Lawtey, with a
Hampton Elementary, Brooker naughton served refreshments to the Latchkey Children to Buddy Pater- 1 reception following in the church
Elementary and Lawtey Elemen- program volunteers. Mrs. Con son, principal of Lawtey Elementary The Junior Woman's Club thanks "d' Fellowship Hall.
tary schools in the past month. naughton presented "The Handbookfor for their library. the Starke Police Department, Fire Pamela Austin All friends and relatives are in-
The program was designed for Latchkey Children and their May 2 at Brooker Elementary Department and Bradford County vited to attend.
children who are left alone after Parents" to Connie Clark, principalof Terie Paterson and Tammy Winkler Paramedics for all their support and Randall Sapp
school while their parents are at Hampton Elementary for their served refreshments to the program help in the program. The Club also
work. Area firemen, paramedicsand library.April. volunteers, and Mrs. Paterson thanks all of the elementary schoolsin
police presented a program of 30 at Lawtey ElementaryJoan presented the handbook for Lat- Bradford County for letting them
safety to each school.This'n Hall served refreshments to chkey Children to Bill McRae. prin present the program.

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Jackie: Johns, j Bradford High
Donald Thomas \

Marry May 18

J ," is graduating May 31 .
L. Jacquelyn Johns and Donald A. !
Thomas were married May 18 at the nv.-
Keystone Heights United Methodist I
Church with Rev. David Landers of- II B'' T

ficiating.The Let us help in grad gift selections.
bride, daughter of Delores F. huh -: you your
Ritch and the late C. Carr Colley,

Starke, wore a Challerina length BARGAIN BARGAIN (BARGAIN iBARGAIN BARGAIN
peach satin gown with matching
organza jacket trimmed in lace. She F cc

was given in marriage by her son, For the College Kid
.
I Marine Corporal Tommy G. Johns, _

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I Her attendants were Leslie Johns, YIii

,. I 1 Tara Thomas and Elaine Gray. in your future .
I The bridegroom, son of Grace .
i 'I' Thomas and the late W. Joe Thomas ,. r
i of Keystone Heights, was attended
o by
: j by George Scown,Fred Dobbins and I l Electric T
r Michael Gray. ypewrIter> Smith Corona
k j The bride is a graduate of FSU and t
aka
j employed as a Vocational
Rehabilitation Counselor for H.R.S.in .
r !
Starke. The groom Is a graduate 1
i of Westminster College and rLr::: $50 off with
1 employed with the Department of coupon
! J Corrections as Supervisor of Inmate
Classification Records in Lawtey.
After a wedding trip to Crystal BARGAIN BARGAIN (BARGAIN -BARGAIN;
River, the couple are making their
home in Keystone Heights.
I Briefcases I


Broward Akrldges --; tl" Large Selection

1 To Celebrate 50th Assorted Styles and Colors .
I Anniversary, June 1 \

The children of Mr. and Mrs. of Hallmark Cards
Broward E. Akridge request the $ 00
pleasure of your company at a 5 Off 'e
reception in honor of 50th wedding .
anniversary of their parents Saturday -
June 1 at 4:00-7:00: : in the even-
ing at the Starke Golf and Country
Club.
Many Other Gifts to Choose From .


Wainwright Reunion .

Sunday, June 2 .Key Chains Manicure sets Cross Pen & Pencil Sets


The Wainwright family reunion
will be held Sunday, June 2 at the Paper Mate Pens Small Calculators for College UNION COUNTY TIMES i
Lake Butler Civic Center at 10 a.m.
All members are urged to come
and bring that family favorite Photo
Coffee Mugs
covered dish.McRae u"s. OFFICE SHOP


Picture Frames Other Gifts too numerous to list
Family Reunion 150 E. Main St. Lake Butler

Sunday, June 2 20% Off Any Grad Gift With This Ad! 496-2261

The McRae family reunion will be I
held Sunday, June 2 at the Florida
State Pistol Range at State Prison
(look for signs). .
A covered dish lunch will be serv-
ed at 1 p.m. followed by a business
meeting.

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RT I BOX 3C8 ICO''
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Fall FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLLI KT 8JX 297-F
JR 193-312 STARKE FL AT NE CUR .OF SEC. S 3100 1
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1/4 N 276.42 10 FOB CONT N I FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLl
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FL 32CS8
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01643- -OOOOC: FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX Rm I I 18 6S 22
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IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEC TAX .MGLL 32 3S'' 22 LITTLE H CHesTER GEN DELSTARKE
I FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEI! ; / OF NM1/4. N '7"' TO Nk FLORIDA. .
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N9' 43 E 963, S 18* 320'11'
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004352-000-1 $ ,
FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLLI 1 22 65 22
0031B4-000-T 683.94 AS OESC OM 170-134 RP 6609 10 6S 22 LOTS 4.S,6 G 7 OF BLK 17
02278- -C1COO '
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BOX 192L4WTEY 01845- -COOOOCRAhFOMO 1327.39 TO NLY BOY Sl/2 OF 004773-000-3 668.79
FL 32C98 PEACH MRS ( FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLl/.STARKE' FL 32091 -C020C 02476- -02109 ( FUR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCILI004974OCO7
18 6S 22
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CON AT SE COM OF SMl/4 CF
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PO BOX) 935
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00568-000-7 $238.92 ., 03691- '-OOOOC SUB LAKEWDOO 30-6-22 ( FOR FURTHER. LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL
009111-000-0& 853.47
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02728- -COOCC HAMILTON LYNN 0 003497-000-8 624 N LAKE ST 007081-000-7 $120.35 O449400000 007830-000-8 8142.25

OAVIS MELVIN MARY' 311 N ST CLAIR $T 03293- -COOOC STARKE FL 32091 0421600103 BROWN MILLARO C 04664OOIOC
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: Sl/2 UF LOT 8 4 ALL LOT 9 OF PEEKS ADO STARKE FL 32C91 34 65 22 FL 32601
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FOR POll k 179.9 S' 02974COOOC I I GRIFFIN AUDREY 03791- -00200 fOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL J150. S 12'. k 245. N 122 TC
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226S22 FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL STARKE FL 32C91 006904-000-2 $37.27 224 E SILVER SPRINGS BLVD COM AT NW COR OF Nkl/4 OF 500' TO POB COLT E 176.91'S
e -AC OF N 1/2 OF Shi/ CfSE1 OCALA FL :32670
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( FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLLI
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COR C THE S 143' OF Skl/4 CF
YOUNG LOUIS JR 422 NARCISSUS DR 008003-OOO-2: $74.63
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005679-OCO-8 $431.10 5'OFL ISCO'S5/C 15 WILLIAMS ST LOTS 5 THRU 14 OF BLK 4 CF E SE COR AFSD QTft H 722.10 N (FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLLI

005U1-CO-0 HX $42.56 02986- -0010C RICHMOND ME C4337 W HAYES SID C Wl/2 OF MAPLEST IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX IICL .

&)Z71>Z. -COOOCNUGtM CAJLE WALTER H C CHERYL J 006045-000-8 101.60 29 6S 22 ADJ C El/2 OF MAGNOLIA ST 10.09 AC00".B0009 008008-000-2 $227.48

VERA LEe C PALL 206 S WATER ST 03336- -OOOCCCOMMON CON AT SE COR OF NEI14 CF ( FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL 047360130C.

WT 1 BOX 362 STARKE FL 32C91 / JAMES SCI/4 OF NEI/4 C RUN N 18FT.W 8140.76 FUQUA C K JR 4 TONI G

STARKE! FLA 28 6S 22 909 THOMAS ST 35 101 FT-FOR A POB. RUN N 00718-000-3 $"B.61 04493- -CO 101 STAR RT BOX 21

32091 COM AT Sk COR.OF Nkl/4 OF STARKE FL 32(91' FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE SAX RniL 0.26200202 KAHN NYRNA LCU HAMPTON FL 32044

2J U 22 S.tl/4 E 38.8S TO E R/k 28 6S 22 AOKIMS MARK B 1698 E CALL SI 01 75 22 .

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4.DO AC BILLY G 32091 COM AT Sk COR OF El/4 OF El/2 355.3'E 120' TO POB RP-6526

SUB L T 4 co'S ADO' 10 STARK 005680-OCO-9 $419.63 006004-000-2 $320.43 414 N MYRTLE ST 32 6S 22 OF SEI/4 OF Skl/4 N 144.83'TO

02988- -CGCOC 03371- -OOOOC STARKE FL 32C91 BEG AT INT OF N LINE OF SEI/4 SLY BNDY OF R/. SR-230 ELY 008017-000-1 $315.35

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8ALOReE ALMA RICKS STARKE FL 32C91 STARKE FL 32C91 NEI/4 OF SEI/4 OF NEI/4 RUN S ( FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL 007562-000-3 HX $90.59 RT 4 BOX 1402
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' SEl/4 & RUN S LOS FT E 40 FT COS SID SUB DOkLING R N ADD TO STARKE HOMES O"ZCco EDDIE EST 1597 GEIGER RO 07 7S 22

24 65 22 FOR POB THEN RUN S SOFT E 006091-000-9 67.17,' I LULU MAE RILEY ET AL LE STARKE FL 32C91 COM AT SW COR OF El/2 OF
$146.38
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of RO WHITE MAURICE J 03837ACO40COBRIAN STARKE FL 32C91 CON AT SE COR OF SEI/4 OF POB. E T45.ll TO R02CO. N CN
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32091 SEI/4 RUN H 210'. S 105' 1'
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SUB COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE!, TAX RCLL
SUB OOULING PARK S/O 942 N OAK ST 006635-000-7 $818.61 ( LEE 0 GRIFFINPO 34. 65 22 94646

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LCD ENTERPRISES OF COLS SID LAKE 1 A IN Nk COR OF E1/2 OF FOR FURTHER LEGAL! SEE TAX ROLt'
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1332 U PRATT ST GAINESVILLE INC BUTLER FL 32054
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260 W 230tN 260. E 230 t 1/2 FT. E 33FT. S 69 1/2 FT 664 N WATER ST 006799-000-5 8619.98 04515- -OOOOC 0480500300

FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE .TAX .IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLL STARKE FL 32091 0404200700 007230-000-4 $78.2!I CLARK JIMMIE H I LINDA M FORSYTH KIM80

SU8 BRADFORD H6IS 28 6S 22 RIGBY CHARLES A C BRIGITTE. E 04317 C010C ''BOX 491SIMILE < RT 3 BOX 157

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FLA32CS1 28 65 22 883STARKE SUB FARKWOOO CITY OESC OR 106-199 SUB SECURITY HOMESITES Skl/4 FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLL

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03078 CCOOC 29 6S. 22 32 tS 22 15 65 22 32091

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28 6S 22 ULK 16 IS ORIG TOWN OF STARKE STARKE FL 32C91 STARKE HOLLEY VIRGINIAPO '

COX 103' OF NE COR CF SEl/* 28 65 22E FL 32091 Bull 1165 007723-000-7 HK 872.72 ,I 1008159-000-7 $4"' 5.76
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SUB GOULD PARK PO BOX T4 r 2 BOX 1,-.. (216.9 received
008519-000-T 12.72 008892-000-3 (97.30 NELROSE FL 32666 PROSE FL 32661 06203-C-0280C Petersburg. Ms. Duffy a

0907600101 052"'- -00000 13 IS 22 11$22 LEN 11 FREDERICK A 4 SANDRA A Bachelor of Arts degree in religious

BRICE ARNOLD C JR MCDOWELL CARRIE M LOT 23 PARADISE SHORES SID )T T OF GENEVA WOODS PO BOX 619KEYSTONE studies with a concentration in

PO. BOX 156 BOX 26393 SUB LAKESIDE 9.00 AC HGTS FL 32636 Human Development.All .

LAWTEV FL 32098 NEW ORLEANS LA 70126 J6 85 22 friends and relatives are in-

30 TS 22 01 6S 22 009478-000-6 126.61 1932-000-1 '131.21 LOT 28 GENEVA OAKS vited to attend.
COM AT PT 793 N ( 990 E OF Sk LOT 44 ON PINE OF CRYSTAL 0567600100 1003-A-0080C SUB' SANTA FE SHORES '
CON OF NEI/4 OF NEI/4 M 200 LAKE HOMESITES DESC OR 104-81 HELISH MICHAEL A IVHAIR J'C
TO FOB S ISO W 29 N 190 E PO BOX 838 r 2 BOX I,-.. 010359-000-3 273.43

( FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ECU L L MELROSE FL 32666 U.ROSE FL 32666 062L9-A- C010! Beulah SmithCelebrates

008947-000-2 "".99 22 8S 22 > 8S 22 SEALEY GENE k 4 LINOAP
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09079- -C1013 WH1TTQN G MARSHALL I RUN N' ON E LINE OF GGVT LOT 1 9.00 ACLM098T000l FL 32601

RHEA PAUL E OELOR1S L 87.4 TO N SIDE OF CANAL S 01 9S 22 Birthday May 19
DRAWER A P 0 BOX 261 IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROLl 146.* COM NE COR LOT 7 BLK 1 SANTAFE

, HAMPTON FLA LARGO FL :33340 J6003-A-0130C SHORES. S 12E .09H
, 32044 01 8S 22 009493-000-6. 792.88 AGAN JACK W C ANN Y 300' TO POB. CONT k 82 S Mrs. H. T. (Beulah) Smith

30 15 22 LOTS 69.71 C 73 ON OAK OF 0368700000 PO BOX 1&11KEYSIONE ( FOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX RCLLI celebrated her 91st birthday Sunday,

LOTS 13.l4.19t C 16 OF BLK 10 CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES OR RICHARDSON ALLEN L 4 JERRIE L HUTS FL 32656 May 19, at a family reunion dinner at
IN HAMPTON OR 101-12 OR 126-331 PO 8UX 981 25 IS 22 0103lC-000- 283.43
her home Lake
LOT 13 OF GENEVA WOODS EX k on Santa Fe with 24
101-26 MELROSE FL 32666 06219-B-C13CC
008631-000-9 9.11 008968-000-8 (96.90 22 8S 22 3-ACS THRIFT JAMES B attending

05079- -01300 0534,- -COOOC BLK 3 OF GOVT LOT 2 IN RT 2 BOX 277 Among those attending were Mrs.
RHEA PAUL E MATHIS HELEN JANICE LAKESIDE 5/0 4 El/. OF ILK 4 00988-000-7 12" .aa MELROSE FL :32666! Smith's daughter-in-law and son,

HAMPTON FL 32044 14129 E TRUMBALL ST OF GOVT LOT 2 EX WLV TSS OF 06003-A-0140C 01 9S 22 Mr. and Mrs. X. M. Smith of Starke.

30 7S 22 WHITTIER CA 10604 IFOR FURTHER LEGAL SEE TAX ROL.PAGAN JACK M & ANN V LOTS 13, 14, 13CF BLK 2 SANTAFE Mrs. Smith has two sisters, three
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5-8 OF BLK 13 OF TOWN OF LAKE HOM&SJJ&S-!!:. 05687C010C 23 8S 22 010392-000-1 (108.27. children and seven great gradn-
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443 TO POB CONS S 1(3 E 009522-000-9 .310.34L tOM AT NE! COR OF S"IOF 010*'8-000-1
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TEDDY H PO BOX 213 .22-- 8S: 22 009963-000-1 (82.1* 12 22 BLK 3 OF SEMINOLE the local depot closed several years
STAR RT 1 BOX 531 LOT 3 OF
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Ann Godwin Martin Duffy":"' :':'" Presbyterians Honor" Miss Sandra Louise Chitty, June large pink Reubin Lily, fresh from blossoms tied with matching rib-

Rehearsal Their Seniors at DinnerThe 29 bride-elect, was the honoree at a the Hardy's garden, which had been bons, which were placed on each
Will Host Swim PartyMr. beautiful Lawn and Garden Party fashioned into a corsage with pink tray among the tasty party foods.
Saturday morning, from 10 12:30 ribbons. Serving punch at appointed times
Mrs. Ann and Mrs. Martin Duffy of First Presbyterian Church p.m.: at the Eldon Hardy home, 1708 Miss Karen Chitty, sister of the were Mrs. Betty Hadsock of
party Friday Blanding will have Open honored their seniors graduating East Call Street,on the spacious tree bride-elect, presided over the guest Lakeland Ga., aunt of the honoree;
son, Jay and and Swim party at, their from Bradford High School on shaded lawn and garden. Hostessesfor register while seated at a round Mrs. Edward Ripplinger and Mrs.
Pierce at the on Saturday,June 1 from 1 'Wednesday evening, May 22 with a this delightful event were Ms. table overlaid with a ground length Andy Baldree, cousins of the
House following 4 p.m. for their son and daughter dinner at the Western Steer Steak Ervin Andrews, Mrs. Myldred Cutting lace cloth placed over a pink ruffled honoree; Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs.
ding rehearsal. are both graduates. House with forty members. atten- Mrs. S. G. Denmark, Mrs.John underliner. A variety of hybrid day Harry Hatcher, Mrs. J.E. Denmark,
The U-shaped Daniel Duffy.will graduate from ding.Mike C.: Greene, Mrs. David Hurse Mrs. lilies was placed beside a profusely Mrs. Charles Darby and Mrs.
with Belgium High School, May 31. He is Sexton was the master of W. B. Mundy, Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr., blooming multicolored rose garden. George Winkler.
garland of fern member of the Florida National ceremony and introduced Melissa Mrs. George Pjerce, Mrs. Vernon Also keeping the guest register at Inviting the guests to the refresh-
candles, bows, and will be attending AIT Gay and Sylvia Porterfield. A game Reddish, Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. Clyde different appointed times during the ment tables were Mrs. George
lavender floral in Maryland this summer. "graduation" headed by Mike was Sinclair Mrs..Neil Tucker, and Mrs. party hours were Misses Michelle Pierce, Mrs. Myldred Cuttino and
head table was Pamela Duffy graduated May 26 played by everyone. Melba Johnson Eldon Hardy. and Diana Crawford, Miss Mrs. Ervin Andrews.
arrangement of Eckerd College in St. gave a talk on "It Pays to Laugh"and The guests were welcomed to the Sapp, and Mrs. Wade Winkler. Tables and chairs were set up
chrysanthemums Ms. Duffy received a Buddy Paterson and LaVance garden on the side lawn by Mrs. Inviting the guests around the side throughout the garden for the gueststo
punch table of Arts degree in religious Gay sang''Magic Love"a song writ Evelyn Sinclair. Bright flowering yard to the party area were Mrs. relax and visit. Each table was
lighted tapers and with a concentration in ten by two girls from Montreat day lilies lined the walkway to the Eldon Hardy, Mrs. David Hurse and covered with an underliner in pastel
ribbon, fern Development. Presbyterian Youth Conference.Rev. party site. On the opposite side of the Mrs. S. G. Denmark. The center of colors of yellow pink and green and
ling punch were All friends and relatives are in- Bob Hultz gave a talk to the walkway were vibrant blooming hot the garden was a large circle of a overlaid with white army-navy lace
Turner, Mrs. to attend. seniors on their future and the pro- pink hydrangeas, lilac stokesias, variety of colored blooming hybrid cloths. Assisting the guests
and Mrs. Ed gram ended with Donna Langley confederate jasmine, and tiger day lilies centered with pink Reubin throughout the garden and lawn par
The prospective Billy Jackson, Michele Sexton and lilies. lilies. The three refreshment tables ty were Mrs. S. L. Peek, Jr., Mrs.
were toasted and R.J.E. Class of 1970 Lynn Holtzendorf giving short talks Mrs. Leila Mundy greeted the were placed in front of this colorful Guy Sale, and Mrs. John C. Greene.
que crystal on old memories and a camp song and presented them to the day lily bed and were all three JY
groom's mother Plan Reunion led by LaVance Gay. honoree Miss Sandra Chitty and her covered with identical matching imported Helping introduce guests and out-
mother, Mary The head table was centered witha mother, Mrs. Joan Chitty, in front of lace white cloths, which had of-town visitors was Mrs. Sonny Ten-
grandmother, 1970 class of R.J.E. will have a replica of seniors in their cap and a large towering Alfa Bush, which small embroidered flowers in ly. Assisting the hostesses in caringfor
flanked by two vases of in full bloom with lilac shades of and the were Mrs. Gene
cards and Sunday June 2 at 7 gown roses. was large pink, yellow green. guests Ivey
"A Time for affairs.'n.at meeting the Reno on Recreation Center.p.m.All All the tables had red roses and ivy blossoms. Surrounding the base of The two silver punch bowls were of New Orleans Mrs. Ted Kendrick
groom's names classmates are asked to attend to') in the center. the Alfa Bush were large floweringblue placed on round tables at each end of of Mandarin and Misses Alyson Den- ,
marked the discuss 15th reunion. Cindy Ward and Daniel Duffy and pink hydrangeas. Sandrawas the garden, with bright yellow ruffled mark and Jennifer Johns. ,
the 55 guests year were not able to attend. beautiful for the occasion in an underliners, and the main party The hostesses gave the honoree \
mediate families, original designed sun dress;fashioned food refreshment table had an one of her wedding invitations fram- 1
and out-of-town Winkler Honored in embroidered aqua eyelet with underliner of pale green. All the ed, as a memento of the occasion.
The couple scalloped and cut work bodice which silver trays which held a wide Approximately 300 ladies were invited
attendants during Grad Party Elder Lawrence extended down the side of the dress. assortment of finger foods, were accentuated to share this morning with San

Others assisting Speaks at Union Church Complimenting. the outfit was a with fresh flower dra.

the dinner were Cindy Winkler was honored at a
Barry, Mrs. Elder Ronald Lawrence will be
party Saturday, May 11
at Union
guest speaker Primitive
Charly Darby, by several close friends at the -
Jr., Mrs. George Correctional Training In- Church, June 5.7, 7 p.m. Did You Know
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hobbs and
Ann
Phillips
ty grandmother, between the hours of 2 and 5 bet socials Keith Maxie Carter of Starke family of Jacksonville were Monday Mr. and Mrs. Jedd Copenhaven of

Williams, Sr.Graduates. p.m.A. earned a Juris Doctor degree from guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Auburn! Ind. visited her mother, '
color motif carried Ada
spring was Seniors HonoredAt Stetson University's College of Law C. Hobbs. Mrs. Roberson last week.
in the decorations. The five
May 11 during the school's graduation -
were arranged in U-shape New Hope Baptist exercises held at the St. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cooper, Mr. Rev. Ballard Wilson and Mrs. Don
of each covered with an imported Hardenbrook, a delegate, attendedthe
Petersburg law school.
Princess Naomi Palace No. 8 will and Mrs. J. T. Lawson and Mrs.
embroidered linen
Army/Navy Methodist Annual Conference at
be Blonnie Derkman returned
to Friday
Calvary honor their graduates, Sunday, June
and centered with silk
ar Mrs. Flossie Prescott Florida Southern College in
and
Mrs.
after week
spending a touring
2 11:00 at New
the center table : a.m. Hope Baptist
except Lakeland Sunday to Thursday.
Herbert Thomas
attended the
of Church on Old Lawtey Road. All con- Disney World, EPCOT, Busch
The graduates an arrangement vocation "Get-Together" luncheonon Gardens and other points of interestin
seniors are invited to attend.
Calvary Baptist gladiolus. Individual Wednesday of last week hosted by central Florida. May 21 Duplicate Bridge Club
honored Sunday diplomas with scarlet and the ECW at St. Michael's in resluts were ; first Rhea Johnson
at the church ribbon were also used. The Did You Know........... Gainesville.Mr. Mrs. W. H. Thomson, Mrs. Ruth and Lora Francis; second Louise
receive the C. A. were served in an Merle, Mrs. J. Ellis Byrd, Mrs.John and Jack Burnette; third Lucile
award. area where a large cake Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Early returned and Mrs. R. W. Milner, Sr. of Griffin, Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. Green and Marjorie Thomson.
All friends and the table and a silhouette last Friday after a weeks visit with Tallahassee spent the weekend with Ida Shaw spent last Wednesday to
vited to attend. a cap and tassel.At one relatives in Mobile, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Milner Jr. Saturday at Panacea.
Jenkins, pastor; of the table was a Hallmark .
mon in charge of cap and diploma.The ,-
guests were asked to sign the
register book. LORIDA LAWN & GARDEN CENTER


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,: and Mrs.: Gerald D. Griffis Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sheppard of ONTROL

had as Monday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Mt. Holly, N. J. were weekend
Dan C. Griffis and sons of Orlando, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Sturney, Mr andMrs. Watts.
Paul Sturney, Mr. and Mrs. y Y
Ron Cornelius, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mrs. Betty Ann Phillips was .
Scott, Carl Scott, Ms. Martha visiting friends in Crawfordvllle 1 I '
Caldwell and families of Jackson- over the weekend.Mr. .
ville.
and Mrs. J. T. Carver and
Daniel Trimpey of Tampa spent daughter, Kelli attended the opening
last week with his grandparents,Mr. night of the 143rd annual Methodist
and Mrs. W. S. Haas. His parents, Conference at Florida Southern Con-
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Trimpey Joined ference in Lakeland on Sunday May I
the family for the weekend and took 26, where a special presentation of
their son home. Florida Southern College in celebration -

The following were winners of a of the College's centennial year SALE.
raffle sponsored by the 8th grade was made by Vickie Carver as a 1 1"TORO..Priced

parents association project on May guest speaker.
17: first Sheila Tew; second '

Laurie Fillgrew;Mobley fourth ;- Chris third Hollowayand Kern Frick of Way Below Par"Some
and Shaun
Dan Woolvin. Gainesville Bryan spent the weekend with of the Best Deals of the Year Will be $ 0{f0

their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. /.
in '.
Mrs. E.B. Searing
was
Lakeland last week her Walter Frick. On Saturday Mrs. Made This Week. Come in and see how ._. .
visiting Frick and grandsons and Mr. and ... "
sister, Mrs. George Armitage, and Mrs. David Barber and family were *-I:! :' easy it can be to trade up to TORO. rRirris best mower.
her niece and family Mr. and Mrs.
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Miss Adrienne Barry of Starke .' \
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Gainesville attended the graduationat returned from two months motor \ : i 619" a544:: 5
Birmingham Southern College, home sight seeing trip to California -eegrasscatcher
Birmingham, Ala. from Friday to where they visited their son, LCDR '
Monday. Barry Firth in San Francisco. ; '-.... 26
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Graduates HonoredOn -i'-
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St. Edward's Church were Brenda Saturday evening of Thomas Randy Ed-and -3 k grade engine. Key-Lectrlc startlnq. 32" full Model 20672 Reg. 539' SALE 489"
Bawek, Karen Kimutis, Diana ward Scoggins, son floating deck. New, more comfortable hi-back
Phillips, and Lenore Welty. Mrs. Sallye Scoggins, of Hampton Lake 24
at St. -i seat. Mower Catcher A Month NO MONEY DOWN
Claire Brunetti was recognized as was baptised in a ceremony __ O 5
having recently attained her Edward's Catholic Church. The 1839.90 Value ONLY 15 I 99 On Instant TORO Credit Ask for Details
of-
pastor, Father Joseph Finlay,
Masters Degree in English and o
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Florida.The honorees the ed Mr.as godparents.and Mrs. Scoggins were Instant TORO Credit available to qualified 21" Rear.. Wheel. Drive

procession of joined the Liturgy opening and presented with the lit baptisimal during candle the buyers. 18% APR. Revolving Charge. .Rear Bagger. Reg. 499" Sale I .....44995
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presented with crucifixes by the during baptisimal the baptism.placed This on was a gift With Key-Lectrlc Start On Instant TORO Credit Ask for Details.
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Society.. was hand made and embroideredwith Speeds-One Reverse. ..MDdel 20684 2-cvce!

In line with the Feast of Pentecost, sacramental symbols by Betty 21" Rear Wheel Drive Rear Bagger with Blade
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dove as the Holy Spirit and sur- Following the ceremony a recep-home 1259" Value...:.ONLY 1 fi I W Brake Clutch. Reg. 539" Sale..4B9"
rounded by flames was placed on the tion was held at the Scoggins
wall adjacent to the altar. On the for the family members and close NO MONEY DOWN..45" A Month 2400 A Month NO MONEY DOWN

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"Come Holy Spirit and Renew the ..l for Details. = (for Details.
Face of the Earth."These words appeared .
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and -
in a Variety of colors
were translated in seven languages: Class of 75 NO MONEY DOWN *
Polish, Spanish, Italian, German, Reunion AnnouncedThe
Gaelic, French and Latin. This ban- NO ROUGH IS TOO TOUGH FOR 14
ner was made by the organists, Mrs. Bradford High School class of ONLY A MONTH*
Antoinette Coss assisted',.by Mrs. .1975 will hold its ten year reunion THIS HEAVY DUTY TRIMMER,
Carol Ashline. Saturday June 15th at 7:00: at the 80" NOW BUYS.THIS TORO
Following the Mass a receptionwas Starke Golf and Country Club. ... ITS A TORO..SAVE Model 1877S '21" Cut Front WheelModel'
held in the hall honoringthe Registration slips and money i
parish R 259"juw.179"' l Side 329"Sale..29995
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graduates and attended by their must be received no later than June '
families and friends. 4th in order to make final reservations 4 !
'The refreshment table held a cake .. --C650
decorated with a diploma and held If you have not been contacted
Heavy duty 21cc, Tbrodesigned LANO
miniature graduate statuettes, Fruit about the reunion, or know the and built de MONEY DOWN... YOU SAVE 3000
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residence of class member Please .
punch was served along with can- a ,
dies, nuts, and finger foods. contact Jan McRae at 473-4743 or engine. Has clutch controlled ONLY 12" A Month ,t+ Instant TORO Credit Available to
''Mrs Dorothy Rife was in chargeof Lisa Morgan at 964-3670 immediately. cutting head, straight drive ahaft. Oualfled Buyers Ask for Details.Haven't .
arrangement., for the reception ., Cuts 16" swath with fixed line TI Quilted Buyer

and was assistant by Mrs.Teresa I ::ad. Electronic ignition for quick .
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+- The ending of your high school years entitles you to
Best wishes well-deserved congratulations from your family, your
teachers, and your friends. It ;is also an excellent pointat
CRABS ... which to begin fashioning new goals for the future.
You have acquired a lot of knowledge of the world in
which you live and of equal importance, though, is
what your school years have taught you about the type
of people you wish to be.
You're the best, r J Congratulations again, Graduates, I am proud! of the .
persons you have become.
grads,We know
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'you'll make it Thomas L. Casey, Jr.
:to the top. Bradford High School PrincipalCLASSof'85

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Stephanie Redding ValedictorianA Kay Lynne Watson was chosen as Salutatorian with a grade point averageof
3.6585. A pretty blonde, Kay's hobbies include music, reading, horses,
3.9048 grade point average has earned Stephanie Redding the title of cooking, and many church activities.
Valedictorian of the Bradford High School Class of 1985. Kay is the daughter of the Reverend and Mrs. George R. Watson, II, of
Stephanie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Redding, Jr. of Starke. Starke. She has been listed in "Who's Who Among American High School
She is a member of the National Honor Society, Spanish Honor Society, Students" in both her junior and senior years, has been a member of the
Historical Society, Science Club and Future Educators of America. She is also Society of Distinguished American High School Students during her
the president of the Future Educators of America for this year. Previously, she sophomore, junior and senior years, has participated in both concert band
was the winner of the Hugh O'Brian Leadership Award in the 10th grade, and marching band all four years of high school and is a member of both the
elected vice-president of her Sophomore class, and participated in the Spanish Honor Society, and the Motional Honor Society. She has served as
Chemathon in I me 1 11 1th grade. Chaplain ((10th grade), Chaplain and Secretary ((11th grade), and Chaplain
Stephanie nos been consistently on the honor roll for the past four years, ((12th grade) in the National Honor Society, and is currently President of the
and plans 10 attend Santa Fe Community College, using a scholarship she Spanish Honor Society Kay also holds the office of vice-president of the Band
earned tor oemg in the upper 10 percent of her graduating class. After earn- Association. She plans to attend Santa Fe Community College using a
ing her Associate of Arts degree, she will transfer to the University of Floridato scholarship that was awarded to her for being in the upper ten percent of her
complete her degree in Secondary Education, which she hopes to utilize in graduating class scholastically, and after earning an AA degree, hopes to
teaching social studies or history on the high school level. transfer to the University of Florida to major in Psychology.

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I, Heather O'Steen, being of totally. spastic mind and partially to you twol To JAR I leave 'the Department ot Transportation to
I I. Marion Kay Allen, being of exhausted. mind and tired body do sound body, leave my worldly possessions 'to the following heirs: construct ditchless roads so she won't get stuck in them. To Chris
ti","jby gladly leave the following: To Stephanie. Sharon, to Allison Denmark I leave my senior pass, my ability. to make Mac, I leave someone else to give answers to him on his tests.' To
Michelle, and Lynn a year of hard work and dedication to Key Club spontaneous and believable excuses for .tardies, and missing Randall Polk and Billy Heavener I leave a handful of nails and a
you will need a lot of both.. To Trocie Clark, all of .the great homework, and all the memories of our high school years road without trees .that will jump out in front of .them! I also leavean
memories of London and Pans "Heroic Chuck", "Toothpaste together.' To Richie O'Steen I leave my ability! to handle tough open space on the baseball field so that .they can get some action -
L".". .the Hippo Grill, getting lost on the Metro, Picadilly Circus, situations with Mr. Reddish and how not to go to sleep In class. To ) To Trade Clark I leave the hopes of having a great senior
Stonehenge, etc To .the Softball gang: Maria, Cindy T., Stacey. Mrs. Smith. I leave you my Latin book, my passport and my cool year because she made mine the best that anyone could ever
Cindy P., Brigett Brena, Patty, Ann, Tammy, and Pam, I leave you temper for the poor souls you have to teach next year. To Coach hope for. I'll miss you while I'm gone but I will still love you and
a 'terrific, year for next season. To all of my friends who will be Tew, I leave the memory of the "Pancing;) Feather" and 10 pair of always will. I LOVE YOUI I To Dannie Francis, aka The Information
forced 'to remain at BHS for one or more years I leave you 100 plaid pants.I Box, I leave my room, my outgrown clothes, my Trig notebook'
cans of shaving cream, 200 rolls of toilet paper and the ability to I, Curtis Greene, being of insufficient, mind and too much body, and all my other. notebooks. so 'that he may find it a bit easier to
roll as many cars and houses as Curtis did without. getting caught. leave to Allison Denmark a very large trash bag to hold a lot of pass four years at Bradford High. I also leave him the WOPR com
Last but' certainly not least, I want to thank all of my friends during toilet' paper. To TracIe Clark the ability to leach John David Francis puter to answer all 'the unanswerable questions he asked me I
the four for making high school bearable. also leave all doodle powers. To Mama and Daddy, my
past years my years other words than the ones .that. sound like enima. Also many than- you my
I I. Lenore Angela Welly being of "spaced-out" mind and worn out sk for all the great memories you have left me, and for the soft No. 1 fans, I leave tons of thanks for what you have done for me .
body do hereby bequeath these tokens of wisdom, property and shell crabs. To Dale Brown and Kristen Alday a gift certificate, for you're the bestl
.thanks to: Mr.B. Thankt for the many "good times" you have "Jacks". Erika Gruen I leave some more Charmin to finish the |job I, Tony Diggs, being of puzzled mind (because of my senior
helped 'to create and friendships you have saved. To my sister, we started t W.S.'s. To Tammy Dempsey and Lori Alvarez, directions classes), and of course great conditioned body, do hereby leave
Adrienne, I leave you my prized possession my bedroom and the 'to my "Desert. Oasis", and last but not least. to my favorite little .the following itesm. to the people listed below: To my brother
"Tank" To Sharyn Ford I leave the ability to know how not to get sister' Kimmy, who all the time makes me jealous, I leave all Patrick Diggs, I leave my hands and my ability. to catch. the foot
stuck in a ditch while missing[ class again. To R.K. and J.R. I leave m? tips on successfully skipping and a new Winn, Dixie, shopping ball like ( did .this past season. I also leave my doodling abilities" to
all of my wrestling manuals psy St..I'll never let. you two win. To cart and all my love. fake people out after catching. the ball. To Coach Hartley I leave
S>mon Mitchell I leave the hope that you enjoy your Senior yearas I, John David Francis, being of mind extremely defunct and body my bat and sometimes error-filled glove. Coach Hartley, you're
much or more than I did (hopefully more). To Brian Whitehead, somewhat desiccated, do hereby bequeath to the following: to going to need all the help you can get next year. To Sandra GreenI
I leave you a big hug. And last, to K.K., C.W., M.G., J.M., P.C., good ole Bradford High I leave Smokey the Bear so that they may I leave .the patience to put up with the 1986 baseball team catcher
M.B. I leave .the remembrance of all our crazy, fun times keep each other out of the heat; to Maria Reddish and David and her last three years of high school. Your last three years are i I
,..i together. the thought .that I love you all and that I'll never forget Hamilton (Romeo & Juliet) I leave two pair of unlockable lips going to be long and hard but I know you'll make the best of
any of yo'll because up til now I thought they were Siamese tWIns. Good luck them. Good luck, Sandra. Finally for the rest of the students. at.
BHS, I leave the best teachers in Bradford County. (that's. because
they're the only teachers in BC).

I, Tangula Parks, being of sound mind and somewhat petite
body, hereby decree the following to the underclassmen of BHS:
To Tracie Clark I leave my title. of J.T., this should have been youat
first, and to you I leave the tolerance to put up with the Big Feet
jokes To Stacy Reddish I leave my ability not to turn red in embarrassing
situations. To Tona| McCloud I leave tolerance to put up
with' Barry Boswell and the ability to ignore the other. young girls
o r because you and I know the Real Deal. To Allison Denmark I
leave coordination, ,the ability. to grasp paper and one unused
Valentine Heart Beat ticket To Gordon I I., I leave .the unfound
ability to control and put up with Allison Denmark. To Tern J I
leave my grace and poise and .the .track .team, don't forget. speed I
To Stacy R., Tern J., Erika G., Kelly B., Tracy C Tammy D,. and
Chris I leave .the fond memories we shared at. Valentine's HeartBeat <
.. I hope that ya'll have many more you all really made my
Senior year great. To my mother, Mary Parks, I give all my ap-n
preciation and love for her support throughout my school years

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I, Maleta Elena Desire, being. of intellectual mind and sexy body!
do bequeath the following: to all underclassmen I leave the a
Last Will I, Samantha Michele Harmon, leave to"Tina, Todd, Yvette G, of pain
pains Mrs Redding; the art of skipping which I hovoperfected
YvetteT", 'the |lay at BHS with Mrs Emma Jean ReddIng. I leave to .
To underclass females with no hair or beauty I leavemy
Cory Strong the best of luck with women, especially one I leave
luxurious hair and beautiful face To Tommy I leave the
to Herbie all my charms which you have already inherited I leaveto
& Testament. mystical power I possess over men To Tina I leave my ,intellectual
Lula all the money that I have Most of all I leave the
abilities; to Lula I leave rnv financial, status Lost but not 'least I
underclassmen advise Be smart like, me.
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leave underclassmen with' the fondest. memories of myselfYour .

I, Jill DeSue, being of moderately sound mind and definitely fine.
body, do hereby bequeath the following: To my Cousin Tammy I I I .....
leave all the fellows at Bradford HIgh for which I no longer hove
use of To Ang.e. Yolanda Karen, Ins, Gloria and Tona| S. I leavemy
intelligence of which you are all ,m great need I leave
t, Anthony. Davis, being of sound mind, and nlnght body hereby
state the followIng. To my cousin Cher. I 'cave >> hope of always
being happy and I also leave you We"daH Tc my best friend I
leave the hope of graduating and Oian and the hope of being
happy together To Alicia I leave her with' all the fun we've had
during this year and all the happiness you wont. And last but not
least, I leave to my brother all the women he can handle without
being caught by all of them.

I, Abby Foster, being of sound mind and body do hereby leave
he following: To my sister Connie (Vicki) I leave my friendly
smile and cool temper To my parents I leave my memories of
growing up and my love To my brothers I leave lots of understanding .
and a happy wish of life To my aunt and uncle (Curtis & Ehz) .
I leave a helping' hand around the place and lots of TlC. Last but
not least I leave to the BHS students and staff peace, joy and all
the good memories we have shared and thanks for all the good
.mes, God bless you all.
I, Ray Shuford, being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath .
all of the following worldly possessions to each of the
under named, To Cary Mize, I leave the knowledge and ability to 1P f
"RRTI RRTI Get the Heck out of Mrs BrunettI's class If you are unfortunate of
enough to have her" To Lori Alvarez, I leave a body
shop to repair all of the automobiles that you get behind the
wheel of. To Shauna Brown and Wendy Strickland I leave an entire 1
police force to catch you whenever you step out of line. RRRI
RRRI To Michael Alvarez I leave plenty of snuff to make Mrs
Poll' day and to Richard O'Steen I leave all the fine percussionists .
In your section to make"PDl", the best ever!II
I, Mike Cowers, being of sound mind and body leave the following tomorrow is ahead of you, GRADUATES!
assets to my friends To all my friends in band I leave my com

mon sense to get out of band after this year To Richard O'Steen Graduates of 1985. We wish Congratulations on your achieve
and Jimmy Wilson I leave you my attitude toward Mr Ball To
Richard O'Steen I leave my leadership that I carried in the
drumlme To Donna Parado all my excuses and essays in Spanish' you good luck..from all of us.Roy's ments..and best of luck in your

To Eric Nazworth I leave you my wish for you to become a preppie
student. future.
I, Tracey Coleman, being in barely sound mind and body, leaveto
Darlene all those brats .that. ride the k:"is (maybe you'll get a cor DURRANCE
next year), I also leave you all the fun of the Prom and Grad Nile,
Have fun) And I can't forget to leave you senior. English (It's not as Grocery PUMP & SUPPLY

bad as it sounds). I leave to Wayne, Michelle, Deanna, Stacey, 418 E. Call 964-7019200
and Ann and maybe Dana, the fun of producing the greatest annual N. Temple Ave. 9647061Here's
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I I. Nancy Susan Gnder being of drained mind and little, body do I Catherine Zarntxlo, being of warped mind (due to Trig) and fee
hereby leave the following things, to the following people: To ble body hereby bequeath the following: To Richard O'Steen I Ieote
Will & Testament. Robin Hersey a years supply of cheeseburgers from McDonalds my ability" to tight off "Senionhs" just long enough to qe'
and patience to make it through another business class To Amy hrough your last year To Amy Clark I leave my Senior pas,
Williams, the ability to keep Robin out of trouble t Hooe \vu do: as 'rt'il-i :)"gh I lost it one week offer: got it'), Now that you're legal, "
,'.on t be as much fun'' To little, brother, James, I 'leave 'th.,
Joelle Innocent being of sound f ro burned ou mind, dot good a lob a* I did1 To both of you remember thor Mrs Register my
knows exactly what you ore and matter hOqUle' ability' to remain in a good mood after basketball games This;
t.. :ore T\J fo'lowng' posse". c c.. 'allowing people saying thinking no \\
To all friends, something, your big brother, could never seem to do win or !ir. ,
whIsper with
/ :,' ,'ter i 'leave my senior, pass sc 'i-a1 ne con go off campus you my graduating me' Kay
,; .' / '.0..1. vmg record so tha he ....on"t wreck his truck next Curtis, Philip, Jimmy, Dawn Wendy M thanks for all the fun To my lee' sister" Nicole, I leave my ability. to put off eve v'l-! .
., ,, r-esnman class I leave my sorrow because yon va got times and great memories To Wayne I'm lot leaving. you, thanks to the last minute, and still gel..it, donel! And finally to next. ve "M
j< ,'r.,.. |feofi to go To Joimie Carver, I leave a handkerchief for 'the support you've given me and the areas times'' Seniors, I leave you with the hope .that when you walk onto 'ti...
5 Sneeze. To the frustrated future lunch I field. Graduation Night' you will go with, (joyous memories of yi)u'
're fj room eaters :, Kay Watson being of tired mind and body do hereby bequeath
high school days, and hopes and goals for the future, not with the
for To the
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'nnou ton warning' the following: To Dr Miller, I leave a case of transparency
"n', e Bradford High School, I leave my reputation May it comer markers that do what they are supposed do.a dollar for the .two foreboding of coming back the following week for exams

i r array sometime To all rny teachers that have been privileged protractors that I never returned ,..Iho"ksl!) and a great appreciation I, Knsty E. Starling, being of sound mind and temporarily warped
'o > are I leave my respect And to close I have this, thought It for the curvet! To Mrs Flynn, I leave all my homework body do leave the following: To Sherry Gaskins, I leave all the
ft'i, 'he best of times, it was the worst of times it was the time for assignments which eventually did, turn In and the hopes that. next crazy times we hod in Maxwell's class And all the times I sat they
wco.nq< It's" over, so we are splrt+n' Use my possessions wisely years Physics class won't suffer from SENIORitis as bad as we did., and listened to her talk about Timmy, and who she was going to
Far"No'I'ooll'1 i To all the teachers I've hod I leave Thanks To the BHS bond I fight that day To Bridget Skeen I leave my typing skills (Lord
i Cindy Winkler being of unflagging mind and distraught, body, leave luck and the ability to work hard (it really takes itl), To knows she needs them). And all the "Birds" in this world. To Kelli,
rtc, hereby bequeath the following endearment those I become George and Gene (my two great brothers), Laurie Quinn, and Jo Dyol I leave all the times she got mod at me for nothing and all
at BHS To Allison, Denmark I the fun we had aggravating Mr. Slater To Cheryl and Jennifer
( ose ic during my imprisonment Larry I give all my love and the hope that you will hove OS much
leave a lifetime supply of spaghetti and Ragu sauce so .that you fun and as many great memories as I hove hod and have Howl) thanks for all the great times we hod and for being the great
/*,,1 Polly GriHn I leave my vocabulary book so that she can pass 12th times we hod in your class and I leave Jack and Garfield, to you
I, Curtis A. Lex Sanders
( ) being half-minded and whole bodieddo
grade f- gush. I also leave a lot of memories of Mrs. Harrell's Lastly I leave my lit'" sister Sabrina and my cuz Julie the three
hereby bequeath ''he following articles '
lass -c Debbie Pornsh I leave a lot of luck and courage to survive to certain years they have left. with everybodys favorite Mrs. Redding, and
underclassmen' To Jody and Jason Brown I leave
tennis
''nt next' two years at BHS I also leave two paddles so you my great all my notes and Senior pass
ability, in hopes that they will win district next year! To Wesley
cun help me with those runaway boats To Don Green, I leave theme Johnson I leave my great running, skill so that there will be at least I, Rosalind A. Lennon, being, of a somewhat warped mind and
to irv Heart and a special 'thanks for all the memories we've"ue' sound do bestow the
body hereby followIng' to Mrs. Inez DIggs i
one white boy who can show out'' To all of rry friends I leave at'
aria 'Hose that ore yet to be. I Love You1'!' And lost but not leave all the days we in O1000 weather To all Science
BHS I wish' you all the luck, happiness and prosperity, m the spent my '
'ju',' 1 I eave all my teachers. I I hove had and the adm-strahor, ,.oriel And sc I leave this school and. "It is a for tar bearer place I teachers I I leave the notes I .took in your classes (God knows the
gra"t'ude and appreciation' as' leave good ole' BrodforaH.gr1. go 'ror I "oe ever gone before1'OOMILJMGRAte never helped mel) To Dr Steven Miller I leave a book of tastetoi

"t.. ,okes To C B I leave a pair of sunglasses .that are permanently' of
',.ea 'o your lace (So yOU won't. |lose 'iheml). To a certain one I
,eave the ability, to solve your own problems (Mother wen i ialv.avs
solve .them for youl) I leave a box of clothespins. (guess
Lk % shot to do with 'them) 'to the majorettes I also 'leave Richard' Sm,

,' LJY ssIf IPAH N 'Hors and Jane Fonda workouts (If Pam hasn t already ordered
/ i-emi To BHS teachers I leave 'the warning' be prepared form,
n,ece, Rolando Finally, I |just leave1I '
I Angela Thomas, being of sound mind and tired body leave ana
7 wish, the following: To Mrs. Flynn I leave all the notes and labs
that I looked at over and over again but did, not understand To
Mrs Harrington. all 'the hundreds of typing mistakes I mode
e.e'yday (I probably broke a record). To all my underclassmatrsA ,
IT N sr you as great a Senior year as I have experienced And a
srec 'ai thanks 'to my mother' and father for putting up wi'h the' e.
censes ot it" all. You are terrific parents thank you a lot I I final! ,
s l irr hereby leaving Bradford High Schooll!

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Processional_( standing). . . . . . . . Bradford High School Band
Opening Prayer . . . . . . . . . . . .Tonia lechelle Parks
Introductory Remarks,: . . . .". . . ,_, . . . . Rhonda Louise Sapp
Senior Class President
Pledge to the Flag . . . . . . . . . . . . .All
National Anthem . . . . . . . . . .-.. . . . Greg Alvarez
Introductions . . . .'. . . . . . . . /. .', '.' ... . .Thomas L. Casey.. Jr.
s I CLASS FLOWER I ";\ i'.T PrincipalWelcome
I: Red Rose Address . .\:.. ... . . . . . . |I.. .... . . Kay Lynne Watson
i Salutatorian
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Recessional (all standing). . . . . . . . . . . Bradford High School Band
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Stephanie Redding . . .. ,. .. , .' .. , Valedictorian
-,.. Kay Lynne Watson , , .'. , , , , , .. , , .Salutatorian


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studied, you tried,
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Congratulations. TurntableN. Bradford Title & Abstract every one of you.
MOSLEY TIRE CO.
Western Steer Temple Ave. 819 N. McMahon. 964-6881
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in the celebrationof
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this great occasion.

happy and proud to congratulate -

C.J.'s Cuttin' LooseU.S. each one of you. Skyline
Home Center 'r

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1985 will! more than measureUD.

CHASTAIN'S NAPA AUTO PARTS
Every good wish to you.
JewelryCall 155 W. Brownlee9546060I
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--- GLORIOUS FEELING Your diploma is the keyto

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THE BEST your goals and go,
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.Y Graduation, Class of 1985.



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