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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 28, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Patients at Bradford County sultants, and the McDonald-Douglas
by Poole Hoofing of <;.HIVS\I 1111'|| is
: Hospital will
soon get an unaudited team, O'Steen says.
bill showing insurance benefits and under way at the hf)--r'II.II.' II'.1i"n

fr r* r how much they owe when they are Collection Letters Sent told the trustees.
,j1 discharged the Board of Trustees Seven major leaks and replacementof '
To
Hospital Customers
: major joints will be repaired in the
learned
J/Ii; May18.,
4 A crackdown on bills more than six first
,. New computer equipment is being months overdue has been started by phase.
1 installed and local Repair of the roof around two atr-
hospital personnelare
1 .. hospital personnel, according to
conditioners on the roof that provide
.. being trained to use it in an effortto O'Steen. Over 2.000 letters have been
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t patients an up-to-date bill. air-conditioning to the lab, X-ray, and
give
sent to customers, he said.
EJ .::( kitchen facilities will be done in phase
.' '.. 'That's "We must determine the status of
what I've heard the most
_. two.Poole
LL. these accounts before we turn them
about will Ihe work for
since I've been
pnviv *rj vail A1IICJ here, says new guarantee!
'u mmmm G 00 d Administrator Rip O'Steen. over to outside collectors or take legal one year, O'Steen saul. Poulc IMS
Five-year-old Mistl PadgetlYhows) that eating strawberMiss Mlstl! Padgett is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs The in-house computer terminal action" O'Steen told the trustees. done work previously at BCII.
He* is more fun than picking. Craig Padgett of Starke. Picking berries as a field exIt will! be in operation by the first of the "Our position Is, if it is a just and
was all part of a field trip at a local strawberry patch crcise showed young people can eat more than they pick month according to the Bradford fair debt to the hospital, we will pursue Redecorating Report
in back of the Pine Level Baptist Church School on SK-100 This is the time of year local residents can find sweet. County Hospital Board of Trustees. every means at our disposal to Due Soon on InteriorA
west of Starke. It was a day of picking and eating for some juicy red ripe strawberriesafter the hot May sun has Information keyed into the computerby collect the account" or determine thatit study of wall coverings and colors.
25 young people. made them too ripe to ship. So, go get'em. midnight will be available on a is a bad debt. at BCII is under way to enhance the

printout the next morning, O'Steen Medicare Cost Reports interior of the hospital. O'Stecn said
says. the lady doing the study l is expected to
The hospital will be hooked up by To be Reviewed furnish a report soon.
Rain Welcomed. More NeededThe ,telephone to a McDonald-Douglas Provider Services of Jacksonvillehas
.. computer system in St.Louis, Mo. The been retained by BCH to review Employee Opinion)
hospital will have in-house capability prior and current Medicare cost Survey StartedA
to key in information and to call in- reports to see if the return to the
showers Tuesday night endinga was a close second with an even 2 in hope that some melons would be up hospital has been maximized.The confidential employee opinion'

two-month drought truly were sent ches. ready for the traditional 4th of July formation The new, system O'Steen is says.on-line now, but report of prior audits did not survey has been started, (0 teen
from Heaven, local residents but market. reported to the trustees
say reveal additional income for the
more is needed if the county's crops Louis Hill fire tower at Highland Depending on the future adequacyof was receiving a faulty signal through hospital.any O'Steen said. As many employees as possible will
are to be salvaged. measured 1.6 inches, Santa Fe fire rain, damage to Bradford crops Jacksonville. The system will be The hospital is due $63,211 from privat"ly interviewed )ho manage
Tuesday's rains,however welcome, tower on US-301 south of Starke had could range from 25 percent to 100 O'Steen.operational by Tuesday. June 2, says Medicare this year, a Medicare study ment.

were spotty ranging from three- one inch, and Starke reported .78 In- percent in some cases, Allen said. .. Biggest job has been the keying-in shows. These monies should be con
tenths an inch in ches at the WPXE radio station Hospital WeekCelebration
to
some areas over sidered advances from Medicare
weather station. Struggling corn is stunted in some of accounts receivable for the several
two inches in others. and has thousand because they are subject to adjust Successful!
areas started "tasseling out" accounts the hospital has.
A farming belt west of Lawtey ment at the end of the fiscal "I am pleased to report that it was a
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at only three feet in height meaning At a recent meeting the hospital year
"I got out of the patrol car and just measured.75 Inches, while New River 30 O'Steen said. success, said Administrator O'Steen
let it rain said Sheriff fire that ears will not be.filled out and a trustees approved the recommendation Sept. ,
on me, Deputy tower on SR-I west of Starke Medicare's reimbursement rates of the celebrat ion of National Hospital
generally yield. Unless of the new managing firm,
more
poor
John ,
Dempsey showed bare
a ,3 inched, and Brooker Week at BCH.
Farmer's Market rain comes soon, the outlook for corn "Alachua General Hospital, Inc., to install for this fiscal year has been from 70 to
"We sat on the back steps and wat- reported rainfall is dismal. the new equipment at a start-up 80 percent. "Our goal was In raise our visihilM! "
ched rain Milner ad- ranging from .3 to ,75 inches in that O'Steen out in his in all areasthe community, our .
it Carol said Pastures were given a'short leaseon fee not to exceed: $13,000 and a monthly pointed management p.i
... ding she kept thinking-they should area. life by the Tuesday rain in some fee not to exceed S3.00O.- report that if BCH audit costs tients, the physicians, the Roan! .ol t
winds
catch and"save'theiarater .. where was no hail or high 'as"reported about the middle of December 1981 Trustees, the volunteers, and most 1 ot
blushing >
places, but unlesjilho drought cycle tt'SteeiKtold the,trustees May 18'
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'Otherparts aft North."i all .
.pM ".from the downspout. :. Florida '. has' been broken they will be pert r that great eittphasis by management are not supplied' Ben might owe a' our employee "
According to farmers, it would take manently damaged with a resulting this. month, has been placed on the refund to Medicare but in the interim The hospital conducted fine hlo' "il
five or six more rains equal to Tues Crop damage from the drought is shortage of cattle feed. With one hay conversion of the hospital's accoun- BCH can be using these funds while pressure checks at the Bradford
day's to do much good following one difficult to evaluate at this point, but crop gone by the board one-third of ting function from Jacksonville to the the hospital's cash flow improves. County Library, honored! nurses < ..n
of the worse droughts in Florida's corn, watermelons, and cucumbers production has already gone down the McDonald-Douglas system. At the April 27 board meeting it was National Nurses Day Wednesday
history. But the outlook for an immediate have all been hard hit. The Brooker drain. AGH replaced Methodist Hospital reported BCH owed Medicare a refund May 13, with a carnation, and

follow-up is bleak with no market usually a beehive of activityat Strawberries were fading out after Foundation, Inc. as manager of the of $22,381. O'Steen said Monday distributed public relations malen.ils
more rain predicted before "possible this time of year, Is handling only a one of the longest picking seasons on hospital on May 1. O'Steen said the night BCH received a $42.830 check to patients.
thundershowers" Sunday. poor yield of cucumbers. record, about 12 weeks. With cool original schedule of 31-days is most last week and it has already been applied O'Steen said the staff display i
Some local areas fared better than watermelons usually heading for nights and continued irrigation prolonging abiitious."I to accounts payable. posters on the BCH bulletin, boardsand
others in Tuesday's rain-break. market by this time are still lying in the season, most growers are am pleased to report we are run- had a wonderful family picnic "n
Camp Blanding hit the jackpot with the sun on stunted vines in various satisfied with the 1981 production. ning ahead of the timetable due to the $12,000 Roof Repair hospital grounds Satul'dayII! > Itt
2.06 inches, while Gold Head Branch stages of maturity. Bob Allen Prices have held strong throughoutthe superb effort of the hospital staff, Set by HospitalA where food fun and fellowship" ,i1-
State Park near Keystone Heights Brooker market manager, expressed marketing season. Alachua General Hospital con- two-phase $12,000 roof repair job had by all in attendance

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Security Pumping $602,368 Per Month into CountySocial Announced Committee for appointments Trustees 'm 1

members of the hoard of trustei .1"1 i i
the coming year, its annouiuod !'n>

Security pumps dollars into fice of the U.S. Social Security draw SSI {supplementary security Income of income exempted from being be much more than many people Chairman AI Kay Carlisle, are
Florida that could have been paid by System. or what is known as welfare) counted which raises their total realize in their own economic growth, Kxecutive committee:: Carlisle.
businesses and employees from other Due to the high Influx of retirees which amounts to $258 for an individual benefits to $278 for an individual or !Moore says. Some persons may be George Shufonl. an.11: rs l.tn ills
states, points out A. Glenn Moore, choosing to live in Florida after or $377 to a couple. Some 153 $377 for a couple. paying Social Security taxes but their Green.
district manager of the Gainesville ofdheCToum retirement the taxes paid into the persons drawing the basic Social Maximum benefit paid under Social job may be dependent on Social Buildings and roiimN ( 'uiti--:
Social: Security system during the Security allowance of $153 also draw Security now is $753 for an individual Security benefits. Sanders, chairman ami .loe Stephen
person's working years are later SSI benefits. The combination of SSI or$1,139 for a couple, if Social Security The figures given are from Dec. 31, son.Professional
!: : (Crier spent in Florida, Moore says. This and Social Security brings an In- taxes have been paid on the maximum 1979, the latest available and do not Comniittof. : Muitir|
greatly affects the cash flow of money dividual up to a basic $258 for an individual amount allowable all his work include the 14.3 percent cost of living chairman and Saudi'rs.
available for food, services and alt or $377 for a couple in total ing days. increase for June 1980 or the expected t'in.IOCl"Ir.: ... <;r4'1'f1. thaupi on
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)) AlIA forms of durable goods purchased benefits. SSI beneficiaries also get $20 The benefits of Social Security may 11.2 percent increase for June 1981 anrlStephenson

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,)", .. ..,. .'(1:1-, In the Bradford County area Chuck /i11iG.ma Flnnn cI Pr pir1r of RH S .Cit lpnt Rn..I" ill
I e' t $602,368 is paid to Social Security nt ...>... >,.. ... i
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.or'"J beneficiaries each month. A
'i'II breakdown by town is Starke$430,000,
: t J I Lawtey $98,000 Hampton$44,200,.and Chuck Williams has won the 1981-82 Miss Carver campaigned for a school affairs, Miss Carver said. The Tommy Croslij. iiith 1(i.oie.< ,ml
) ,.I- Brooker $39,200. presidency of the 1.050-member Brad senior lounge, promised to work students' want more voice and to have S"l'n'tar1"11'11.: .. "Milwell I !'It Ii
There are 2,367 retirees, Including ford High student body in a race with closely with the faculty and ad- their views" heard. gr..tlt't'fl' elettril, ,''hlllll "PI/OM' ,
widows children and survivors pretty cheerleader Vicki Carver. ministration, and wanted more student Miss Carver said she ran for the lion The presidi lit l HIIS i ; .ludriu

drawing Social Security checks, plus Williams son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris input. presidency to provide some competition !i. h"d1I111 1 be .1 junior" 'the \t'l'pn.tll'lil

561 drawing disability including wives Williams of Kingsley Lake, was BHS students feel they haven't been in Ihe election process at tillS .1 sophoiiniri amt. (hi
: and children, according to statistics vice-president of the student body this New secretary a Ire I hlll.llI. \ In. I II'l"
represented well possible in student body
as as Vice-President .
supplied by Moore. year and was treasurer the previous will he eloted' 'from tin ''I mhln 1
Another 523 Bradford residents >'ear. Williams campaigned to help graders runuug'u'u'< ; I Ilu. birth food
THURSDAY
MAY28PIANOTHON
the All-Sports Clijb. get the athletic jis Ircshinen 0') '\t tall
Dinner Theatre bleachers painted to work on getting Summer Swim Program SetThe Gust( I..me is the test pifsid-nt t lit!
Starke WomannVs Club the auditorium lighting and seating the Senior Class. ot ll H.'. w mnin/ userPenny

.:30-. .. .. ..9.::30p.m.BHSBANDCONCERT. .... improved for students, and promisedto summer swimming program Registration for the swim KitfUs. \WI''I'I' Milt-nt ut, ih '
Opens FridayThe work closely with the faculty and offered by the Bradford County school summer junior class! tinMMI, VH 1"1'1'1 sim
will he concluded
program throughFriday. .: is Alesia h"III.'lrlh...
administration.. won miiStacy "
High School Auditorium system is set August 3-14 this year at June 5, at each !>(,'hIKIll'I'nll'r. Deiunaik and 1'1'111I.I I ." \
7:30 p.m. dinner-theatre staging of ... the Camp Blanding Enlisted Men'sClub. or the BradfordUninn.T"l'h
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AdmissionSi.50Under "That's Not My Mother">>t opens Center on Orange Street in SlarkeKcKistration Kim Law son was eleclrd'l l presidentot '
12 yrs free tomorrow night (Friday., May 29) in The program is open to students in will be $10 per students.' the S"phunltl1'1,1'.' viiniiinn over
the Starke Woman's Club at Walnut & grades K-5. according to David with a family limit of $.10. Andrew Stru kl.indew Vice
FRIDAYMAY2'FOOTBALL Jefferson Streets. Smith, coordinator of the CommunityEducation Idea behind the .summer swim program President! !Lori "Khun. Sec rel.u'y IJeth
JAMBOREE Dinner will be ser\ed at 6 p.m. Program under which the is to teach any child in grades "Frinclsind'1'nt.uriI. \ i M.uV,itti'r
In Palatka a.00 P.M. Showtime is 8 p.m. There are plentyof swim program was reinauguratcd K-5 to swim. Any child who does not son won with .no opixisituml.oAnn ,
tickets left for this ,,'ridaand ; last year.. know how
BHS VarsitySATURDAY to swim should be enrolled
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Saturday nights. Price J : $$8.50.: For ,:; }: Transportation will be provided In the program.( Smith says. KI.Miii is Ihc new president ot I.
reservations! phone !Jfj.Hil146 i( 'KV4-7IW. \.!\ ."&" li}-'iJ' from each of the elementary schoolsto the Freshman Class, shi.tn Koln rtv. is
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MAY 30 ,
BAR-B. !If4&-57i2, 964-7525.\ or any member ol ,.;\: ,,;:.h;;:; the lake and returning to the .vice president and. Itlioiula. Hut r
12:00 CUE CHICKEN the Woman's Club. ..!;; ..trriYi: $ !' ''.If. .. ,. schools. There will be two classes conducted cheson is srctir, till .let"ted
Bradford: Noon-Jp.m. The :3-ucl comedy, directed bIlkhard > t( each morning with the BIIS Hand COllcel.tOn without oppostionLCIIVN "
BHS Square Jockel. stars Ruth IU>ddiok j students assigned to one of the two Tap
$2.50 Band Boosters Don :Nccl. Charles Hall, 'aml'r classes Smith says. Each session will The Uru Tonight I H.llltl111

per plate Canova. trover'! ) Howard Josl iiiiA'i $ last about one hour. present its final concert of the sear l\IOtOr'y'le ( :rlISiI

MONDAY, JUNE IBRADFORDCOUNTY Sutherland Pauline Tanner ('h rbI".n : beginning ;it K pm. tonight
w, and JtwkriINSIDE. I i Thursday.: 2Hi the
school
in high
I i B-B-Q Chicken Sale auditorium. < I>Imi Critical:

COMMISSION ..... ... 1
Set BHS Band "Von \\on'lalll to this
Meeting -9:39 a.m. by nvss con A Haiford m.in is in
. . . Two Sections Barbeque chicken dinners will be cert." says BUS Hand l J.>.i. ,-ctor :Mike lion at a JaiksoiiMlUhivxpital l'flllll'IIII'h' -
LAWTEY CITY COUNCIL SECTION A: 1 sold Saturday May 30 by the Brad- \Voo News. . .. . ,+ r1d11e ford please ever.vomv" > : in the
Meeting 7:30 p,m. Pages 1 A-3A w High School band to raise money Heception and l :Miiln-jil ('
Editorial ..... . . Page 4A to attend band camp. Selections from "Fiddler. on the lot ;J J miles !south flf lake, 4'I1It'r parking
TUESDAYJUNE 2 Sports . ..Page 7A.IIAI3A From noon to 3 p m. this Saturday Hoof' rock selections such HS Barn'lunilow'lI 8H: p m. Thur d.\.. :May 21.Butler at f
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STARKE CITY COUNCIL .Real Estate A Legats..12A' band members will sell dinners at :\ "Copacabana. exciting Charles Davidtl'phl'n:;
Meeting7:30: p.m. Society. . . Pages UA&UA Bradford Square for 250. Dinners selection from "Sabre Dance," Haifoni "was 2J! ol
transported
Correspondence. . Page 14A will include U chicken baked beans, Hach'.s "Jesu. Joy of :Man's Desiring Hospital in Jacksonville in Baptist
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FRIDAY, JUNE, S SECTION B: ; cole slaw dinner roll. tea. along with some section I.IfeFlight' h> the
BHS GRADUATIONBHS Briefs. . . . Page 8B Proceeds will be used solely to send features, solos, and some patriotism' dent. helicopter alter the IIccl-
Obituaries _, Chuck UilllumsHIISScu honoring :Memorial
Stadiuim .Page12B band members to summer camp, Day Slephens look off heading
8:00: P.M. Classifieds. Pate 10B& I B ( <|4.llt Botly I'n vkleid says BHS Band Director :Mike Wood- "Come "have an evening of entertainment across the parking lot. left the south,

fin.; invites Director Woodfin. ing lot traveled 69 feet across grass park,

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P ge2A TELEGRAPII May 28.1981Bessent


Road Apartment Future Hinges on City, Then .FnillA

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approved funding
committee Pierce's ruling is based on that pro- presented to show the project was FmHA baS the elderly until notified of
receives support
stated for
needs a family type housing project. commission. project
Road to the
The proposed Bessent apart- never presented which af--
vision. funds,
told the the to the City of Starke's ap freeze on such
Moats Telegraph survey subject let- the
wrote a
ment complex awaits action on June residents Clerk Merrill Edwards Florida, Including -
however out
The point in
showed the city badly needs more proval of central water and sewer ser FmHA the fected 21 projects
the Starke city commission anda ter last August advising in
16 by city attorney Pierce is also attorney Stokes & Co. project
apartments. Moats said results of the vice. zoning a
final decision by the Farmer's for Mrs. Terwillgar and Longchamp project complied with city
Home Administration (FmHA) on survey"We still were feel mailed there May is a 15 demand to FmHA.for Controversy Surfaces in the land deal,and has a conflict of regulations and had the blessing of Perry.Stokes & Co. is patiently''awaiting
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whether a family-type project will be interest in his the city commission.Most for the family
making ruling. of its loan
the Moats said Wednesdayfrom
funded. project, Over Zoning Discovery of the city commissioners did approval complex. The firm
Wallace McCormick, FmHA the Jacksonville offices of Controversy over the project sur- not know about the project until type apartment word from the cityon
district director based in Live Oak, Stokes & Co. faced in March when local realtor Bill Zoners Follow PierceRecommendations residents presented the board with also awaits some after the council's June
said Wednesday his agency's decisionon The 36-unit family type project, Powell applied to the Starke Zoning their petition. the project
funding a family-type project four units less than the project proposed and Planning Board for a portion of 16 meeting.

hinges on the city's action June 16. for the elderly, would consist of the W.C. Powell Estate property on On May 12 the city Planning and Project Slated
one-bedroom and 28 two-
McCormick was aware the projecthas eight would be Bessent Road to be reclassified from Zoning Board voted to designate the 300 Ft. Off RoadThe
bedroom Rent
been changed from subsidized apartments. RlA (single family residential) to BP entire piece of property as business- proposed project will be 300 TIRE lIAO'OID
housing for the elderly to no subsity $200 per month for a 1-BR said.unit and (business-professional)). That requestwas professional, based on the Pierce rul feet off Bessent Road 70 feet from COUNTY TflSOBAPHPubllthxl
for 2-BR unit Moats .
$225 ,
a
after it Thor doy
and made only was
be
rental family-type apartments and there will awry '
Mimosa Drive West :;
"We won't be able to do the project discovered that not all of the 24-acre MMW.CallStrMtStark
that the project is still under con- ings.City four-acre woodedparcel betweenthe .
sideration by the city. unless it is funded" by Farmer's Home tract was zoned BP. The tract was to Further a project and Alligator Creek, .,Florida UOtl

The city must approve the site plan, Administration, Moats said. be sold by Powell to realtor Cecilia Delays ActionOn Stokes & Co. says.

the zoning board recommendation to Terwillegar and developer Albert May 19 the Starke commission Roads will be private, not deeded to Second Clow poitofl paid at
ProposedLast city
reclassify the Bessent Road tract Project Longchamp,. then resold to Stokes & refused to take action on the the city, and have access gates, the Stark.,FloridaSubscription
business-professional, and reissue SummerLast Co. when the zoning change was approved and firm
planning zoning board's recom- says.
building permits which have been September the Clearinghouse mendation, tabling action until June To get an FmHA loan for a project, Rat. iIn
withdrawn. The city zoning and plan- Committee of the North Central It was discovered only at the last 16. City commissioners refused to Stokes & Co. would first borrow the trado.....1$..CO por Tear
ning board must also approve the site Florida Regional Planning Council minute that the six acres were still issue a recommendation to the Clear- money from a private lender, then be $5.00 six month*
plan. (NCFRPC) approved what it termsan classified RIA, and that put the first inghouse Committee which met reimbursed by FmHA when the project
The project is opposed by nearby A-95 review of a 40-unit project for hitch in the plans for the project. Wednesday, May 20, to also discuss is complete. Oirtaldo trade or..1$10.00 por yoar
residents who fear it would lower property the elderly. Further confusing the issue was the the Bessent Road Project. Stokes & Co. secured a $1 million $Ssoda months ,
values in the Bessent Road area FmHA was sent a letter from Jean fact that Longchamp and Mrs. Terwillegar City Commissioner Bobby Milner, loan from Barnett Bank of Jackson-
Just off SR-230. Martel, program manager for the are developing an adjacent Jr., the city representative the ville.
on
Movement on the proposed projecthas Clearinghouse Committee of project, Bradford Villas, which many NCFRPC's
Committee
been stalled since May 11 when NCFRPC, that the project was consis- people thought was the project for Clearinghouse -
was unable to attend the
FmHA advised the developer, Stokes tent with the regional land use plan which the rezoning was being asked. Martel the meeting. (!J
& Co. of Jacksonville, that President and housing plans of the City of The\ project of Stokes & Co., Committee brought to date Clearinghouse the in SPECIALS I
Ronald Reagan had placed a freezeon Starke."It however, is called Starke Apartments Starke, explaining up that on federal project funds PRICE{{ CHOPPER

funding projects for the elderly. is consistent with the adopted for the projects for the elderly have
FmHA requested Stokes &Co. to con- Starke Comprehensive Plan and zon- Ltd.Residents been frozen President
Reagan.
sider switching to a family-type pro- ing ordinances," Martel said in her Protest Martel explained by to the
Telegraphthat
ject.Stokes letter. "The site is designated for office -
New the committee
& Co has made applicationto use and zoned BP which permits DevelopmentResidents acknowledgedthat Waters GrocerY
of the area last month it was aware of the change from
FmHA for change from housingfor business and offices, and
professional presented the zoning board and city 40 to 36 units and did not fell it that a u.s. 301 Lawtey, Fl.
the elderly to a family type pro- multi-family dwelling up to 14 units
council with a petition bearing 47 significant enough change to ask the
ject.Shortly. told per acre. names of persons they said opposed. developer to submit a new application. Ad Effective May 29 thru June 4
after the Jax firm was Martel wrote in her letter that
She
stated the committee felt it
funding was frozen for projects for Stokes & Co. contacted the City of the project.
The residents contend the business needed to take no action, since it has
the elderly, it sent Gloria Moats to Starke but no final action had been
whether the area The she professional zoning would lower their already approved the project as plan- Short Link
Starke to survey : taken by the city. project property values. They said they ned for the elderly. Camps Mixed Camps

prefer to live in a single family
residential area, which they thought FmHA Suggests ID1DINI CIOPI .AUSIII

. Terri Parrish ImprovingAuto they had. Changing on (
Project
The residents have been in touch Gary Silverfield Co. $ 49 $ 5 9
with Sen. Paula Hawkins, R-FL, and $ 31 I I
crash victim Terri Lynn Par- Miss Parrish, from New River, has stated FmHA requested his firm con- I
rish, 19, is steadily improving and been living with Sheryl and Roy with the project.FmlfA trying to stop funding for* sider a non-subsidy family type project LI. 1.. LI.
maybe moved from the intensivecare Jackson in Theressa and working in in Starke.
unit of Shands Teaching Hospitalin Lake Butler. Atty. Pierce Rules "We would not switch sites for the
Gainesville by next week, accor- project unless the Starke city com-
Drive Set For BP ClassificationCity mission asked us to do so," Silverfieldsaid
ding to her father, J.T. Parrish of Fund Pierce has Bumble Bee Fresh

New River. For Terri ParrishA twice given Attorney the opinion George that all the "We May have 20. enough land already to $ I I II $ I 55

The accident during the early morning fund drive for Miss Parrish has urea should be classifield BP, since build the project exclusive of 6.6 acres TUMA B'.OIcan' Ground Beef LI
Parrish
hours of May 19 left Miss been started by the Dominoes Softball more than half the area, 18 of the 24 of the Powell property" Silverfieldsaid.
with multiple body and back injuries team, on which Miss Parrish was a acres, is already classified BP. .
after her car veered to the traveled left on player, at the Florida Bank at Starke The 18 acres of the Powell Estate "Stokes & Co. is lookin for support |"Bud"l2oz.6pk"Cold"'COLD" Kraft Reg., Hot, SmokeyiASHH9UE
SK-100, left the pavement, with Mrs. Sheryl Jackson as chair- tract were rezoned BP in 1974 in thecity's from the City of Starke/' Silverfield
300 feet from the highway and overturned
man. new comprehensive plan, which "
said.
throwing Miss Parrish from To date $601 has been raised, Mrs. was not officially adopted until 1978.A C
the car It was several hours before said. Donations be mail- code g89 99
Jackson may provision in the city's zoning Confusion Reigns SAUCE
the accident was discovered. ed to the Florida Bank at Starke, P.O. states that if more than half a parcel IIEI flax) 1801.

'Her condition is real good com- Box 310, Starke, FL 32091. Checks has one classification, the entire Over City's ApprovalAt
pared to what it was," her father said should be made out to Terri Lynn Par- parcel must bear the same classification. recent meetings o(the Starke ci-
Wednesday morning. rish Fund Drive ty commission information wasThe:71fmHTOit.

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t PWf1IInQt I 'e.rhwnal 'IIlwJe jot ibe cou# dtkt $141Lbo. 69 SS !
office space in Bradford County as' Elwell, assistant state attorney; for Title XX Day Care in Bradford U oa. pk 240lopk.

there is now no apparent space at th Charles Hardy, business manager, should at I
Bradford County Courthouse ir Dr. William J. Lennon, executive County. The request 'for proposal

Starke. director, and Richard Welty, presi-- educational training and
The meeting will be held at the dent of the board of directors of the minimum provide Northern
Western Steer Family Steakhouse in Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic; educational activities to thirty five Bounty
Starke at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, May Dolph Reddish sheriff; Rick preschool $ I 09

28 (today). Replogle, assistant public defender [35] children ages 2-6. There is a 12.5% local TOWElSc.fe.99 +(1I1X TISSUIL.IIPk. hl>l
A number of offices have been in- and E.W. Hodges Jr., county com- _
vited to attend the meeting with missioner. match donation' required. Written responses Sunshine Ratio ;''
Ralph Eng a consulting engineer witha Those invited to the meeting were Street R.C's & Flav ? 39 I .
South Marion
Gainesville firm. asked to bring an estimate of their must be rte;,vg at' 302 n 8 ;"(:

Other persons invited to the agency's space needs as a square foot Building B-l, Lake Cita/, no later than June 8, rEPSI Hpkitio/ 119 Dog Food 'II.'IK' ,lax q.'t'

1981 by 5:00: p.m. CallfTeadie Belvin for addi- I III.
Community News fe ,,,11,41.11.1
tional information at 904-755-2750.. -- Quantity Rights Reserved --- "II I".h

by Kl.i/abeth: G. Walker pastor and members of the church '. ( -, ; ')((11.,hrit.hBRAQj 10'(1'<">
will attend District in
meeting
964-6683 a ..
Phone
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of Serviceman SFC the late Chester Rev.: A.Chester Crum,A.Jr.Crum., the son Sr. Jacksonville First Church Born of Church God at In Howard May Christ 28-31.:Memorial The fifth =. OFJfD COUNTY HOSPITAL 'I: ,:;:M(:/,i''atiatI ;: ,!;I!rre i.h l

Union will Sunday May
has Sunday begin
Crum of Starke,
and Mrs. Emma '
IJ ilf.HI :
returned home from a year's duty 29-31 in Gainesville at Williams Tem- : ,. ..' IKII.
just ? & sf ,- 'illi/yil/( !
All members asked to
cVh
his 17 of ple. are par ? ,
in Korea. In years dutlin .. 'I' 'IM' ll'llll, I !u'.
he's served a ticipate. 9 .
the Army -
,
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Antioch .. '
Missionary Baptist "
months in Viet Nam with a Special '. ( 'hum
Forces. He has done tours in Ger- Church: The activity will begin with !

many and Panama Canal Zone. He prayer meeting and Bible Study OJ.OM.C ,1.
D.C. Thursday 7 p.m. The Ministers and
will reside in the Washington :
with his wife and Deacon Union will begin May 29, Fri- :
and Virginia area
day at Antioch. New Bethel and ..

two Ronnie children.Strong the son of Mrs. Elan Ebenezer Baptist Churches will be 1 *f' :: .' !;;;XVou { '

Holmes is leaving for Germany June participating. CITIZENS OF BRADFORD'COUMTY' 1
TO THE
1. for three years of duty. He will Greater Bethlehem Freewill Bap-
4
preach at Cbenezer[ Baptist Church tist Church: Monday of each week t j
Senior Choir rehearses. 7:30. :
Sunday May 31. 7:30.: Everyone is invited : Tuesday .
Prayer Meeting. Wed. all Circles I

Dell Chapter IBH O.K.S.: : The mon- Meet. Thursday, Story Hour at the have made me feel welcome and at. home in the short 'i
of Dell Chapter will be church. Friday the Junior Choir and sure .
thly held meeting May 28. (a special called Junior Usher Board will meet. Sun- period of four weeks. I intend to operate the hospital to measure .
)e .
meeting). All members are asked to day School 9:30 Morning Worship 11 up to your expectations through the delivery of personal. and tender -
a m. Dinner 12:30: Evening Worship 6 ", "" *"* :
attend. p.m. S? ;.L loving care to our patients. i

('hurchdh illt'!!: Greater Allen ('hape1:1ME'hurch: ., .. "I :a r;
l'lIit.dIl'lhodh.t: Sunday School 10 a.m. 11 a.m. the collect '
Pleasant! drove : However, like any well managed business, we must
and :Ml. :Moriah United Missionaries will sponsor a program.Rev. .
'hurch ,'. monies for services rendered. You would expect no less from us
:Methods Church will fellowship W.H. Zanders, Supply Pastor $iIt. ,
together at Mt. Moriah in the Educa- will preach. than to collect debts owed to the hospital except when we help
11 a.m. Sunday NOTICK) :NOTICE" :! I
program .
tion Day : v the truly needy.
School will be conducted at 10 at only Vacation Bible School will start ;:t
Pleasant Grove. Dinner will be serv- June 8-12 at Greater Bethlehem > 3
ed immediately after morning ser- Freewill Baptist Church. Registration \(U' I We] are aware that some of you have received statements fort

vice. will begin Sunday, June 7, after : .i.< hospital services and not paid the debt. In the past two weeks we |
Horn of the Living God: The 12:30.: There are no charges. ,;, I
First collection letters to whose
.' ? have sent out over 2,000 strong persons

: account is 6 months old or older. Please do not assume that your -

The Department of Health and ;.,...:\1.' ;.-. obligation is forgiven if timely statements have not been received. .
handled account properly in the
We apologize if we have not your

Rehabilitative Services is accepting proposals past and caused you any inconvenience. Please call us about any

for a work oriented Adult Training questions about your debt you owe the hospital as we will be taking $

ethical and legal to recover monies owed the
and Transportation Services for all necessary steps

retarded Program adults in Bradford County. The pro- hospital. : i iIf


posal should at minimum provide trainingand any of the hospital employees or myself can assist you ;

transportation services to 27 retarded please do !not hesitate to call upon us. : ,', 4

is allowable for the ( 1.: .:;, .' ]!
adults. Up to $99,000.00 l'.J' ; S
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is 12.5% ... ....., ..'.. ...., .' .,.. .; : .'-S.,,.,',>. .>, =:
training There a \ ''i. .. '.. ', ." t. toM.';.' .... ,' .
work program.
fili2-ce f fiim'i. .',,.: ::::., ,}'.:,';:" J....., .: .. ;
local match donation required for the pro- .:.\.

must be received at 302
posal. All res onses C. Elwin O'SteenAdministrator I : 3

South Marion Street, Building B-1, Lake City, =

no later than June 12, 1981 by 5:00: p.m. Call xS x


Teadie Belvin at 904-755-2750 for additional 922 East Call Street I Starke Florida 32091 I ((904)) 964-6000 .J

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-: a-, '1 tiWM }Kr 'a i ts For the third year in a row, the honor unit or honor unit with distinc participation of member in the operation
1 Bradford High School JROTC unit has tion. of the cadet corps membership
i bored Honor Unit with Distinction S) Provide a report on conditionsfor standards, condition for keeping
: 4 for the 1980-81 term, according to Col. retention of the program: schools in the program, program sup-
.- John Smith, program director.Annuallormallnspectlons 6) Ensure proper suport of the program port provided by the Army.
are con- by the Army and the school. AFI's are conducted under authority -
ducted by the Department of the Ar- As a minimum the following factorsare delegated by the Secretary of the
r my at each school participating .in considered by the board inspec- Army, Col Smith says. All aspects of
JROTC programs to: tion team conducting the AFI (annual the program related to the school or
formal inspection) Col. Smith says; school system concerned are In-
1)) Foster constructive dialogue administration and efficiency of the spected. i
: with students, instructors, and school unit, quality of program instruction, Normally not more than 20 percentof I
: : authorities. status of school accreditation, all schools conducting JROTC programs
V : T 1 hwr. 2) Evaluate the efficiency of the adherence to program directives, in each region will be
unit performance of instructors and staffing and qualifications of ad- designated as honor unit and/or honor
quality of instruction. ministrators and instructors to con- unit with distinction. I;
3) Determine the degree of duct the program,condition safeguarding Col. Smith, the senior Army Instructor -
adherence to the principals of the and status of government equip- said the cadets worked hard
ROTC( program. ment (property), adequacy of and long to attain this high rating
t) Determine whether the unit or facilities and field instructional activities again this year.
; :hool qualifies for designation as an enrollment in the program, "It's an extremely high honor for
Bradford High to attain this rating,"

V2 F' ,VHn, 1'... ...,.,. '1_,_ -, "- .. ... :' 'rIW.: ..i fiayor Lott Arrested in Domestic Tiff says There Col.are Smith.163 JROTC units in the r

First ROTC Region, in which BHS is
LE Straight-A Students... Hampton Mayor Hank Lott, Jr., 48, though no items are taken and person located, and to be in the top percentileis i
Thirty-two of the 415 students at Lawtey Elementaryearned )Melissa Starling. was arrested by the Putnam County arrested was in the place without the a credit to the school and community -
straight-A's for the fifth six-week grading period. Third grade- 'Indy Harris, Mark Shuford. Lori Sellers Sheriff's Department after a owner's permission. No items were says Col.! Smith.
They are (I-r): Jim Starling/ J hiirtt.i Tye Dana Normans Christy d nestic argument with his estranged taken in this case, according to Lt. "It's really like winning the districtor i
Front row- Marla Scott. Scott Durban, Bridget holder {.ault, Edna Autsin, Arkova Williams Kendra Butler wife at a home in Interlachen at Usina. state tournament," says Col.
Stephen Tomasovitch. Todd Hall, Steven Hardee, Gary Greg 1\1ilocally. Kenny Norman. Jerry Bradley. 7:08: p.m. Tuesday May 19. Lott posted $5,139 bond and was Smith who feels the youth associatedwith
Norman Brand Ross, Craig Wise. Fourth gratlr- James Cox, Susan Crawford, Lisa Mitchell Lott released from Putnam County Jail in JROTC are an asset to the local
Second rowCarman Barber, Jamie Cribbs- Dede" Cox, Tammy Padgett.':: Kevin Sherman.: Joy Fishburn, the Melgia was Wilks charged residence with burglary Lindon of Palatka, Wednesday May 20, according reserve unit and the Florida National
Theresa Debose. on to Lt. Usina Guard."A .
Vickie Williams MicM Decker, Michael Blalock. Donna
Third row- Tim my,Coleman. Kim Gowens. Chris Dur- Frallck, L'nlssa-' King, Kim Lee, Susan Peugh Christy Avenue in Imorlachen I on a complaint great number of our former I
ban, Kim Johnson. Jason Pilcher. Michele Barbour, Redding Becky Poorr, Jill Strickland, Sheila Tew.Denise signed by Wilks, according to Lt. Paul The first colony to grant students are now associated with I;
Christie Debose, Karen Hardee,. Tammy .Jo Tatum, Waddell. Usina. Lott was also charged with suffrage to women was New these units and have gone Into the active -
Samatha Jones, Paritia Tiffel. Fifth gradeShaun Butler, Shan Hampton, Rob Norman disorderly intoxication aftd resisting Jersey which extended the military services Col. Smith
Fourth Row- Kim Brewer, Mart-ilia Carter Ann'Starl David Shine Allen Wood Nicole Palin, Buster arrest without violence, according to vote in its 1776 constitution says.
log, and Lisa Blalock. Wurenberg. PCSD. but___ rescinded it n no in 1SD7...
Students earning all A's and B's are: Grade ft7I.is.i. Harley, Nancy Shuford Sherry llern- PCSD received a report from Wilks
First grade- Dale Arnold Frederick Crews Cartrissa 'doii., Denise Gullion. that Lott forced his way into the Wilks
Diggs Abram Griffis Shauntel Houston, Ricky Jackson. Grade 5/fl. Zachary ('ha!>taln, Alicia Bright, Russ residence where Lett's estrangedwife Dr. Lounette Eaton. B.S. D.C.
Lament Mosley, Debbie Mote, Brian'Redding. Anna Ran- Miscally, Eric Starling Karl Fishburn. Susie, was, according to Lt. ,
jbar, Glenn Taylor. Shane Bennett. Lataln Johnson. Grade Robbie Omar I, Wendee" (tall. Kenneth Norman Usina. He explained an argument Dr. C. D.
Geneva llankerson. Angle Devore, Shneka llendrieth.Jason Stacy Shuford Robert Starling Vyunda Strong. developed and PCSD was called to the Wayne Eaton c.
Major, Glenda Hosier Kwambea Strong. Grade 7- Jeff I\Ic<:lell.lII. John ha milton,Pam Taylor, house.
Second grade- Michelle Brown, William Lancaster II., Ernest Whit'' >. Florida statutes provide a person P Keystone Chiropractic ClinicAt
Donna Padgett Kevin Wise. Special ClassMack: Hunter, Chuck Ross, Angel Starling may be charged with burglary even
Second/Third grade. Bradley Bedwell., Michelle Sapp Roberta Williams.

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by ELizabeth Terry .. daughter, Nancy. Co!. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. He also Will Highlight Phone 4733604Hours
Phone 782-3300: Mr. and Mrs. Hermle Kelly and came" to take part in. the Shriners SFCC
Summer Term
Mrs. Jack Estes visited Mr.'.and Mrs. Parade in Starke.
PERSONALS: Hermie Kelly's sister-in-law, Mrs. Registration for the Summer Termat 9 a.m. 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. 6 p.m.
Mrs. J.P. Wyrick of'Tallahassee, Thelma Kelly in 6th 'Avenue Nursing', Henry Hodges went to the Stock Car SFCC begins this Wednesday,June
and Mrs. C.E. Strickland of Home in Gainesville on Monday after Races in Lake City on Friday night. 3. a the Starke Center Office at Brad Mon. Tues.. Wed. & Fri.
Gainesville, were guests of their noon. Mr. and Mrs.: Fleam Starling were ford High School.
sister Miss Elizabeth Terry of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kelly and Thursday dinner guests of their son The Starke Office is open from 8 9 a. m.-l p.m. Thursdays
Lawtey, Wednesday until Saturday.Mrs. Justin of Jacksonville and Mr. and, and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. a m. to 4 p.m. with a special evening
Fred Moore, Miss' Arthurine Mrs. Donnie Kelly of Gainesville,' Tommy Starling and family of registration session on Thursday Modern X-Ray Physical Therapy Facilities
Blanchard, and Lawrence Dinkins of spent the weekend with their parents, Jacksonville.Mr. June 4, from 6-7 p.m. .
Starke, visited them on Friday. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George On Mon- Highlight of the SFCC Summer
and Mrs.. Terry Futch and sons day they celebrated Justin Kelly s third bir and Mrs. Donald Wilkison, Jr., Term will be a business course in
Christopher, Bruce and Dean, of' thday with a cookout. Mr. and Mrs and son. and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel marketing to be taught by SFCC
Jacksonville Beach,were their Satur Earl Troxell and Mrs. Pat Hayes find Wilkison and daughter of Jackson- Business Instructor Bill Wright. Principals -
day dinner guests. Mrs. Wyrick went Allison came for the cookout. ville. spent Saturday with their of Marketing deals with Institu-
home with her sister,Mrs. Strickland Mr. and Mrs.: Hermie Kelly ,and parents Mr. and Mrs. Donald tions and methods of trade operation, A Ar
for a visit prior to going to visit her Mrs. Jack Estes attended the Wilkison Sr. They helped him retail and wholesale agencies, efficiency -
nephew and niece, M/t and Mrs. Bradford-Union Retired' Teachers celebrate his birthday.Mrs. costs, price maintenance,
h Fachtmann and daughterCarla Meeting in Lake Butler on Thursday. competition and government: relation-
John Tye Sr., and Mrs. Barbara class be taken for
Joy of Yokohoma, Japan Melvin Futch of Jacksonvije.yvas| a ships. The may
Mr. and Mrs. James: Anders of "Friday dinner of his' 'ctVuslns, ? Tye gave a cookout on Sunday audit or credit.ClassClor .
guest
Palatka visited their mother?Mrs. ntftempon in honor of John ;T>'e Jr. the Summer Term begin
O.J.'Anders on SatfMttfr May 16: She 3,.: +thtif4AZft MJCf p 6'Irs.! er,1 'rU'l'IP s.a@BIiiJ!: naguh a.'h, G I. li'tlllliKJhhiversary I .hock ln atten'son TuesdayJune) 16, and run to August

went,lwtne with them for a visit and Mr. and Mrs., Lonnie Tcstpn :we t IIbI.43! anrlQ nd. q t cl\1tS' Fred.i ', : ; ,shlhtmer I r
-6'tfeV
they brought her home op Saturday Saturday 'with their son-in w.aiid I.r. tJ'br>? eitll. | oVferfngs In'Starke'this \ L
May 23., ",," daughter Mr.:/, and Mrs. MucusMosley Rex and daughter Connie, Mr.a'ild include Human Growth and _
Mr. and Mrs. WS. Crews, Sr, of and of Highland. !Mrs. John Chastain and son and Development, Basic Writing Skills i
Jacksonville, stopped by to see their Mr. and Mrs.family Earl Troxell attendedthe Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Talley and and Art Appreciation. iiiiia
mother Mrs. Pierce Crews.on Saturday Nicolson-Coggin family reunion at children all of Jacksonville. Students may register in Starke for
all SFCC classes those
including at
Silver Springs on Sunday May 24
Mrs. J.P. W>'rick of Tallahassee, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bojctte of Rev and Mrs. Don Love and family the Starke Center and those at the S .. w ..
Mrs. C.E.!: Strickland of Gainesville, Jacksonville, came down Saturday to spent the weekend with "Campers for main campus in Gainesville.For .
I and Miss Elizabeth Terry were, see their mother Mrs. Mabel Boyette Chj-iht" at Crooked River State Park more information, phone Cindy IStatke?
Thursday dinner 'guests of "their and their brothcr-'in-law? aTid sister: near Saint Mary's Ga. Zurfluh at 964-5382 or stop by the
nephew arjd niece.. Mr.l1ndJ.\lrsljen- ..... SFCC Starke Office at BHS.
ton butch: of Starke. -
!\Ir3t.[ Pierce/: crews;: attended the f '
Shnnq Parad nJ( dinner in Starkeon .J
Shw'also attended' the .J
SajMrfHaA1. ,; .
Ropipu! | on Saturday afternoon. \I\ : ti
Mr4! r:.>> Norman and her "I NEVER REALIZED HOW
laughs $irM: .hc t.
Jf.rOfl1ilJ.iU1 '
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daughter '1111W .: ene- !' f'fn l :'. I tr.'lnX4UQH'THEY'
spent (the t1 s11iBalik'Di i tj1Ynrld;... DOFew Watch

Orlando.Mrs. your
Marie Wilson and her
daughter Rhone f-M't8 m1'pt'nt:'!! th *"" I.Few peoplt? dtrrciilr/.e how )many iinseeh details are .
weekend with h r brother-in-law and necessary for even Simplest i funeral service. At our!
bter. Mr. and tlrs. Edward Roberts.
Mr. and Mrs Jobs Higginbotham of firm capable hands trained in a long tradition of personal Fortune

:M.ixvtlle, spent] Thursday to Sunday service handle these scores of details with quiet grow
:il their! mobile' home here and with thoughtfulness; ; service is too simple to command
(heir 111I11inlaand daughter. Mr.
and l Mrs: Shuford and all (their attentive and understanding: / care.
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Editorial :' .e Rotary Scholarship Program

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A e j D.STOCKMLlNScissor Assists Bradford Students



Afterthoughts OnMEnmtmlDg'nul The Rotary Club of Starke has a Administered jointly by the Rotary
j
E o long history of cooperation, en- Club and the not-for-profit SFCC Endowment
couragement, and leadership in the Corporation the scholarships -
area of community services, and in are awarded annually to BHS
DIY providing educational and vocational seniors who have been recommendedby
+ training opportunities for young peo the school principal, selected by
ple. the Starke Rotary Scholarship Com
mittee, and approved by the SFCC
EDu In expanding this service to the Endowment Corporation Scholarship
Monday was Memorial Day "The explosion of a one- gTi community, the club voted in the Committee

or was it? megaton weapon in the lower summer of 1979 to establish the first
atmosphere the scientist major scholarship program for Brad-
At least it was a holiday.But ford High School graduates to attend Students receiving these awards
says, "will create a fireball Santa Fe Community College in must have good grades and must
some 7,000 feet in diameter, Gainesville. have shown qualities of leadership. In
how many beating a and a million tons of air will addition, they must possess the poten-
hasty retreat to the lake or the be heated above 2,000 degreeecentigrade..If Starke Rotarians are currently of- tial to excel and succeed in a college
fering two scholarships to Santa Fe level training program. Recipientsmust
beach wherever for
or a day such
an explosion each in the minimum amount of maintain full-time enrollment at
of fun and leisure really occurs in an urban area, $500 year per year, providing $250 per SFCC during their scholarship year.
stopped to think what some 50 square miles will M semester for tuition and books.

Memorial Day is all about totally destroyed..." I
or should be. The club also participates, through Rotary Scholarship recipients who
Reston quotes George Ken- the Rotary Foundation in Chicago have completed their freshman yearat
Thanks to James Reston, nan, "probably our most the awarding of five scholarships annually SFCC and received good gradesare
syndicated columnist, we distinguished and certainlyour [ fatigue .11( at the college level for study eligible for continuation of their
abroad. Each Club in Rotary District scholarships during their sophomoreyear.
were given a reminder of theday's most articulate living \\, 694, stretching from St. Augustine to Previous winners, Ann Brooks

significance, printed in diplomat," as saying that the Pensacola, may place the names of and Jeff Brooker, are now being
Sunday's papers but how U.S. and the Soviet Union are 1LcT-- students in completition for these awarded second year scholarships by

many stopped to read the on a collision course,politically scholarships which are valued each.at the Starke Club.
from $15,000 to $18,000 a year
message, amid all the hurry and that "the process of rational \ The Starke Club has been successfulin
and confusion of packing picnic communications be- .1 having one of its nominees selectedfor Dr. Bernard Me Fadden, SFCC

lunches, getting together tween the two governments a scholarship under this programfor representative in Starke, says "The

fishing gear, or polishing have broken the past four years.In decision of Starke Rotarians to
golf clubs. up seems to down 'p -, .. ...... establish the scholarship program for

completely. a special program at the Rotary Bradford High School graduates to at-

Mr. Reston's column contained i- "Every president of this Whose Ox Is Gored? Club on Wednesday, May 20, PresI- tend Santa Fe Community College is
dent Elzie S. Sanders presented this in keeping with their long tradition of
some very sobering, country from Eisenhower to year's two scholarships to Santa Fe to assisting individuals and organiza-
It Is Interesting to note that while/ President Reagan's director of the
thoughts and perhaps it'snot Carter has tried to remind
us Office Budget Management. Dave-lhe.Slasher Stockman was having the winners, Mary Charlene Beam tions of Bradford County to improvethe
too late to pass on his tha there can be no such thing a field day cutting everyone else's budget there was one major and Vicki Lynn O'Connell, quality of life."

message, even thoughMemorial as victory in a war fought with oversight the White House Office itself.

Day 1991 has come<< such weapons..yet, Mr. Kent -
and gone. It is a message I nan senses "even on the party A3 Stockman slashed merrily at everything from school lunches to
Jood stamps, Mr. Reagan to White
was asking Congress increase
should be
remembered ever of those who 77a1tY
today most House spending next year by 5.8 percent to a total of 22.2 million
day -not just the day marked 1 I acutely perceive the problemand dollars.In .

on the calendar for this obser are inwardly most con-
vance. cerned about it, "a certain his second Inaugural address on Jan. 20. 1937 President Franklin
D. Roosevelt said: "The test of our progress is not whether we add
The Reston column recalls discouragement, resignation, more to the abundance of those who already have more: it is whether
that Memorial Day started on perhaps even despair, when it we provide enough for those who /have too little."
comes to the question of rais-
May 5, 1868 when General "
John A. Logan, commander i in| ing the subject again. ..

chief of Union forces during; He has little faith that the .

the Civil War, issued an order threat of nuclear war can be

that on May 30 of that year averted by merely renewing County Agents By

there should be a pause to the strategic arms talks with .

decorate the graves of the Soviet Union and agreeing

soldiers killed in the War Be- to small reductions in nuclear Tr Y lor t
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tween the States and to pray arms. .Extension; 2119!) 4 .

for reconciliation and peace.In Kol.ir, > flub schol.irships to Santa Ke ('011I 111 UII it\, Collide( wenprevented to
"I can see no way out of this two Bradford High seniors; at the t'lub'l! ; I> 2U meeting. Pit lured limn lelt
his reminder, Reston dilemma, other than by a bold Pastures are Ht'rl1ardh''lIIld''II.; vooitlm.itor, Sanl.i "'t"'!s Marke enter: tluilene Heam.ore::
says: "Since that time we and short in our area and a. vegetables and harvested vegetable Bolury president Kl/ie S. S.iiidersickie: Council
sweeping departure, Mr. continuation of dry Weather througYI"1 fields"'may'le'' s'noH! ;:'term "''sup-i 1)lint- lt.""'" : .ind lillS principal Jim
have had five wars, and many --Herman declares. 'I would June could cause widespread 1. CMiing' and '
: ;pray \ << feed\\qg .
more graves to detorate.'Yet like to see the president, after blems. Many of our cattlemen ar should l bekcpnf rojtep.!I. jo( 'prevent'over; ;_ '4 4i'd! -
one of the most now experiencing critical shortage"of or Letters
significant appropriate consultation with consumption some products.
pasture are overstocked. .............
aspects of politics nqw is that Congress....propose to the

very little is said about how to Soviet government an immediate Culling open cows, old cows, poor ; Some Drought corn fields Damaged have suffered Corn Fields severe! : LET US AMEND: FORESTRY

avoid another war. There is no across-the-board producers and very thin cows will' damage and may not be worth
discussion, as there was in the reduction by 50 percent of the decrease the need for supplemental harvesting for grain. These fields can ZONING CODE IN RADFOKD COUNTY
feeds
years after the Second World nuclear arsenals now being available and more pasture will be be pastured or salvaged as hay or Since its inception zoning has

War, or organizing the nations maintained by the two ( rain. to the remaining cows aftera silage. The plants may contain high greatly endangered the neighborhood M.ukl ir.
super Considering the of 1
escalating levels of nitrate that can be toxic to concept our cil> and county. It has
for peace, no debates about powers)." costs of fertilizer, feed, fuel, interest, cattle. In fields you are going to pitted homeowners against
plans for control of nuclear etc. and the weak feeder calf prices graze, just turn in a few head for a developers with the latter always the
weapons, and no plan, like the Comments Mr. Reston: culling the lower end of the herd will day or two and observe them closely.If winner
Eisenhower plan for transfer- "Though this dramatic proposal likely be an economically sound decision they have no problems, then turn in
in Florida Commissioner of
ring tens of billions of dollars came from the man who most herds. the herd and watch them closely for a As of this writing almost every
neighborhood has Agriculture Doyle Conner today offered
had
few da to battle
from military to civilian purposes has the longest experience of The availability of feedstuffs varies vs.Molasses against someone wanting a change of 1.200 young Floridians an oppor
any American on Soviet affairs from across the state. Here are : Supplements: Black zoning classification To construct tunity to take part in the Florida

and who originally proposed several alternatives for your, consideration Strap Molasses is the preferred product something that would adversely affect Department of Agriculture & Con-
"It almost seems to be ac- the policy for : to provide energy to the cattle. property. values home environment sumer Services Summ> Environ-

cepted that safety lies in more 'containing' the expansion of Hay: The availability of hay. is However. 16% and 32% crude protein or damage the neighborhood mental Program.
and limited in most but liquid supplements can be used if concept should never be allowed .
little
more military weapons, Soviet power" his remarks areas a hay but it does ?, Conner said Florida's forests will
now costing the world more fell on apparently deaf ears in is left from last year in some areas managed properly.! The cattle must happenAs be the classroom for urban and rural
and some be with fed free
new crop hay has been provided a roughage
than $800 billion a year. The the Reagan administrationand harvested. choice, with the 32% and 16% sup- voters. taxpayers. and angry area youngsters beginning June_ 14
US military budget little citizens we must organize and The camps will handle 75 students per
were given play by plements or they may consume too put week
significantly called the the news media. Rye Straw: Some rye straw is much, resulting in urea toxicitv. zoning back in the hands of the pea at Withlacoochee State Forest
located about
50 miles north of
available after ple I that Tampaand
'defense' grain harvest. Rye propose a simph-worded
budget is largernow
than the entire federal Mr. Reagan and his Russia- straw contains approximately 42% Citrus Pulp: Wet. citrus may be amendment to city' and county zoning Blackwater one for 50 students per week at
baiting of TON and 3.5% crude protein, and will available in some areas. This is an excellent regulations .could accomplish this. It River State Forest about
budget of 20 years ago. Alexander Secretary State require protein and energy sup high energy feed to supple could,. ead as follows: j,* 45 miles northeast of Pensacola.To .
Haig are too busy plementation. ment cattle.
"Professor Henry Kendall, playing one-upmanship with Here-in-after this date, no make this program more accessible -

a physicist at the the Kremlin to bother about"a Poultry Wastes Broiler litter and Grains: Corn sorghum and other change! of zoning classifi- otherwise to afford students who could not
Massachusetts Institute of bold and sweeping" layer waste can be used to provide high energy feeds are available and cations will be made on any welcoming to attend. Conner is
proposal individuals
,
energy and protein for cattle. The major be used to cattle. Bradford businesses
Technology and chairman of to the Soviet can supplement properties in County clubs and organizations
the Union of Concerned govern- limiting factor in poultry wastes is These are expensive but may provide or the City of Starke except as to sponsor
Scien- campers.
ment for soil
an immediate contamination, resulting in low nutrients (TON), cheaper than other follows
tists, recently deplored the across-the-board reduction by energy value. Good quality poultry. available feeds. Students
mounting tension between the 50 percent of the nuclear wastes will contain 40-45% TDN and -.1All/ requests for changes in 6th grade but who not have entered completed the

major nuclear nations and the arsenals now being maintain- to can be mixed with grain or molasses These aree a few suggestions that zoning from single family grade are eligible yet to attend the the 12th
improve ,
lack of debate about that ed..maintained, that is, for a palatability may have application for vou., I am residential must be submitted grams. Conner said reservations may pro-' I
to the
hopeful that the summer rains begin city or count commission
be
perilous predicament."The war that might be Vegetable Byproducts: Cull made through the office of the
space never early and a cnttcjfl, situation is to be placed on the ballot! environmental I
fought. tomatoes, melons and other averted. at the next election. forester. Division of
Approval
danger of nuclear war Forestry Collins Building. '

remains one of the grim These are the things that .. for by a any majority variance vote is required Tallahassee. Fla. 32301. Registrants I
features of modern life he should should send a check for $20 as a non-
have been occupyingour
refundable
.
said."A few U.S. nuclear j w 2-iAll' properties classified deposit to the Division of
minds at least for a 1.R as Forestry. to reserve space for a week.
strategists, some of them with small portion of Monday, May open timberland rural i farms, ranches The deposit will be credited toward

close associations with the 25 the day set aside 123 changed to etc > can be the full $70 per week fee. which will
single
Reagan administration, even years ago to pause to residential by. the commission family pay for housing in rustic dormitoriesand
three
believe that 'limited' nuclear :; only when hot nutritious meals a day
remember, and decorate the ii unopposed. Any in central mess halls.
L
wars can be fought and, in graves of millions of soldiers other classification must mee'tvoter

terms of American political killed in the six wars fought approval At these camps trained foresters

objectives 'win.' Euro- since that time. and environmental, specialists will
peans, no doubt, living as they
do on one of the primary After the nuclear war, (God W +. ti S about the great outdoors and how all
battlefields forbid it should ever come), r Properties subject to condemnation living things interact with each other
potential must .
by governmental agencies are not in the forests.
included
find! this opinion rather unsettling there may be no one left to 1 trr as this would require court action -

...." decorate graves at all. by any such agencies.. This would Conner said students who show-
be covered under the right of eminent outstanding interest and ability during
-
domain and would be for governmentuse the
regular
week of
"" camp will be
. only. offered a second week for advanced

study. and outdoor Jiving at no extra
MEMU1N.AI'Ir. 1 e ,,,, The commissioners could upon request cost. Up to a dozen students per week
.
L,, o place this amendment on the will be awarded a bonus week for

QIi: ; p4 1o needed request next ballot is refused for voter we approval.can secure If voter the study tent-camping. of the environment and a more than detailed can be

= e .KLPOA, Mortgage Goes Up in Smoke accomplish registered same. voter signatures to covered in the first week.

ESTABLISHED rlpN

:Margaret Brown president of the KliiKsl Lake I'rnprrl.t Owner Ass.Ki.iIkm. This needed change would assure The advanced week provides an ex-
OB C. FERGUSON JOHN M. MULE, Publl.h.fMih holds mortgage 011 the KiiiKsl.-x Lake fit: Ic (enlpr HO Stewart Mcikrll and!- all prospective homeowners and land forest.tensive The look into the world of the

Blanche. l.indlrv: performed the riles: of reducing! the patter, to ushes.! purchasers that the zoning classifica- students select a campsite
". U"'M Th......,.tit.M.r.4..>...i<4 Cl...Unmt.t*.Pol OMK tions in effect when. they buy will be deep within the woods and pitch tents.
.. ...... . The club celebrated there when they sell All meals are prepared the ,
otherwise by
s Km und 'A >olM . and cake walk at the chic one is secure from the land specula- people over an open fire. One entire
... ...._ center List Krid.i night. Betkrtl and I.lndlt"t'r..
-" ''' I'ft 1r.w ft/1.0001.M.
...... .. Jh'.n the honor of striking the match. tors. If you think this amendment hasmerit day is spent foraging the woods
0. f'. .MN,110'..'_OJ SI.M{l.M.r. since tht''t'rt'' the(largest( stockholder In for
*****W44M4 -.,'..... the corporation. owning the building ('. *w* recognised: for Shier service In raising ntoiirv to pay off the mortgage/ in present real estate investments.. berries cattails and armadillos are
.less. than_three years, A.G Loudon some of the items usually. found on the
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body (that likes to see pigskins! grind-it-out football. As the second
flying through the air would have lIk- Junior tmlort! 0 00000I I 0 0 0 period started the Juniors had :: vt
ed last
week's Junior-Senior game." Jo.n 4 yd run(Co.dB.pOlO 'o Ilrlcklond), garnered the game's initial first down
unless he was a stickler for accuracy and moved into Senior territory for
and results. Junior f.ilor.
The I ",.,do", .. II the first time on keepers of 7 and 5 ;; tR
Juniors, working their new 111 lluih on.ydi ,!.;. yards by Richie Fender, a quarter
multiple-set offense for the first time r-'..1 cmpl-oft'l-lnt' 1-17-1 back in freshman football just five
under game conditions, put the ball in I poll yd.. aM
.. months ago. Fender then put up a toss
the air 14 times rolurn yd I
and the out-for-fun
to Emmett Watkins but Senior
'.2. I puntfovo 411S49 '
Seniors scrapped the veer running at- p.n.-pd. 4-40 defender Mike Teston stole the ball
tack too, flinging the ball 17 times All ,.0 fumbl...|lo.l 4-0 away at his 37. .
those tosses meant a lot of anticipation The Seniors, who had run the out-
as the balls spiraled through the (Juniors) and David Sparks (Seniors) side veer unsuccessfuly on four
air but the expectations mostly had to boot the ball 12 times between previous possessions, went to three
outweighed the end results as only 10 them with Long dropping back to punt yards and a cloud of dust football, only ,..,, ,1
passes were caught, and four of those eight out of the 10 times next Fall's it was more like seven yards and a I
by the other team. Tornadoes had the ball. trail of tacklers. Dwayne McBride
Of course that meant more airborne The one score of the game came carried four times for 31 stripes Including -
footballs: ns punters Larry Long when the' Seniors decided to go to a 19 yard jaunt that saw him
bust tackles and then dance throughthe
secondary. McBride applied a '
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I Hurse Not Discouraged crushing block on the corner as Bill \smuEsziA\ittbWi" /lVv- ,nmw__mi mfiMHTrcrn. '.r ir .._ .. ri '::O"-i I ;
Goodge kept for 9 yards to the six and '
two plays! later fullback Mike Jordan Waving Goodbye? ..
Tornado Head Football Coach in the three week period we've had" I bulled over a tackler to get into the I
The been .
Seniors said they,Aver "SMiviiif to a friend" till the they might us well have bidding adieu to Unulru..1
David Hurse readily admitted "therewasn't No work undertaken endzone from four yards out. The
special was to junior sideline just before taking the liold for kukolf: but Field\ in this their last appearance Tiini.Klo scarlet' tl
much to brag about, but at prepare for the Seniors, for instancethe score which<<: came with 4:02: left in the f
the same time, even after a Jr-Sr double-slant defense the older half, was upped to 8-0 when Goodge :"
game that saw his troops manage just group used, with two players crashingin lobbed a pass to Dwayne Strickland in As the game wound i jrllko/ the fourth
16 yards in total offense on 32 plays over the center bothered the the corner of the endzonr! for the con- period the Seniors made'another go at Tornadoes go to Palatka
from scimmage, Hurse wasn't aboutto Juniors all night long. Hurse said that version. the goal line, taking over at their 45
let a poor performance in Bradford will change this week. That count easily held up as the after a Long punt and going to For Spring Action FridayBradford
High's version of an exhibition season "We will prepare more this week to Juniors crossed midfield only twice.A McBride up the gut for 10 and then 13
discourage him. get ready for the people we play in the 26 yard kick return by Craig Sapp yards to the Junior 27. On third and
"Out there playing the game our of- jamboree," he said offering a changein after the Senior score plus a 15 yard three Goodge now playing tailback, High School's Tornadoes will join four other teamsin
fense didn't look good at all," Hurse tactics from past years when he late hit penaltytacked on put the went up the middle for the necessary Palatka Friday night May 29, for a Spring Jamboree at the
noted. "But when you look at the film stayed on the path of preparation for younger club at the Senior 46 but yardage to the 17. Back the Seniors Panthers football stadium. '
and see how close'Fender (freshman the Fall rather than worry with the three plays later they were back at went back to the trick play trying a Interlachen St. Augustine, and host Palatka High will also'
quarterback Hichie Fender) came on "exhibition" Spring events. midfield and had to punt. pitchout and statue of liberty play to be
a number of his passes it doesn't look Why prepare for the jamboree this Minutes later the Seniors, disdain- Kevin Reddish, the noseguard getting on hand.
that bad. He was just a whisker off on year he was asked? ing an obvious kicking situation, his shot at running the ball. The pit- Action starts at 8 p.m. with Interlachen going against St
five or six passes. "Well we don't usually do it but we gambled with a fake punt on fourth chout went for8 thanks to alert Augustine. The second period matches the Tornadoes against
"I 1 was tickled to death with feel like we need to this year to build and 15 from their 25 with 14 secondsleft freshman Don Green and the statue Palatka, which finished 9-2 with a district championship last
Richie," Hurse said of the ninth- the kid's confidence up a little. You in the half Daryl Thornton a flea-flicker fooled nobody, turning into and is reportedly loaded this The Panthers
grader being groomed to call the can't just keep telling them how good defensive leader all night for the a 17 yard loss when Barry Reddish season year.
signals next fall. "lie made fewer they are or what stage they're at, they Juniors, dropped Sparks eight yards finally chased Kevin down. returners include running back John L. Williams, called by
mistakes than anybody in the have to see it for themselves. behind the line of scrimmage to set On their next possession the Seniors some Florida's finest back for 198182.In .
backfield as far as: position and "We haven't seen the wishbone his team up at the Senior 17. But only again knocked on the door without be- period three Bradford plays old rival St. Augustine. The
responsibilities. The timing was off (Palatka's offense) this Spring and three ticks were left on the clock and ing asked in. Goodge, one-for-11 final stanza matches Palatka and Interlachen.
but he's the type of kid that'll get out we need to work on it a little bit for in they ran it cut before a play was run. through the air up to that point
Tornado Coach David said he with the
Hurse
and work on that. He's a little bit stance." The Seniors had a couple of scoring scrambled free and found Hubert was pleased
more of an instinctive type player On other subjects Hurse said: opportunities but their play-selection, Berry for a 27 yard gainer to the jamboree schedule because it allows his club to go back-to-
than most and with a good summer daring to say the least, help put the Junior 31 with 3:02( left in the back quarters. "When you have a break between quarters it
*-"Hjnd him he'll do quite well." o "We still have defensive person damper on a couple of possibilities. ballgame. Then, after a reverse was defeats the purpose of the jamboree," Hurse said. "I'd rather i
c.vc credit to the Seniors, a nell! problems: but Coach (Mike) Sex Minutes into the second half Teston diagnosed by Reddish for a 10 yard play the second and third quarters like thisany day. I told the
group he said was "a little more I ton has done a real fine job with them. corralled his second interception, loss, Goodge threw a pass to Teston
disciplined than most of the senior They were aggressive and showed a stepping in front of Fender's intended that went from an interception to a 30 Palatka coach to just give us 10 minutes to check our tape and
groups we've put out there in years couple of different defensive fronts receiver at the Junior 40( and racingall yard completion when the ball skip- talk to the kids a little and we'd be ready to go again.
past. I was proud of that. They just and were well-coordinated." the way to the 17. An unsport- ped out of safety Emett Watkins' Ticket information was not available at press time but
seemed to have a good time." But he smanlike conduct penalty walked the hands and into Teston's grasp, Hurse said tickets will be available at the gate.
added that one factor hampered the o "I thought the defensive secondary ball back to the 32 and the Seniors That put the Seniors at the 11 but -' .
Junior offensethe inexperience with did a pretty good overall job returned the favor with Thornton the Juniors toughened, stopping
the new multi-formation offense be- Brian Thomas Emmett Watkins and. making a juggling,interception on the McBride for just one and th ji>\ u viuih' '
ing put in this'Spring. Larry Long were steady and Daryl sidelines at the 24. ing well" passes., to. !1rjc \SAN! 80dLJynakhonllojlnsor \ ; Sews U..1''
wiey"'Blue
.. "A lot of our offense isn't even in Thornton probably had the best gate "The Juniors coughed the'balbackup. / ) }.jpn)fpur bVndnrmtcf : ,
yet not even all of our bread and butter he's ever played." '. First Chuck: Johnson and Goodge with seven seconds to go Goodge took-
plays are in yet." Hurse explained dumped Fender for a nine yard loss. the snap and raced backwards
"Last year we ran five basic o "Our kicking game obviously Then the middle of the Senior line towards his own goal line, adding/ a
plays. This year we'll have those needs work. We lost both our punter stormed in to block a Long punt. Taking final twist to this always different Frantic First Half ChaseWatchers
same plays, we'll run some out of the and kicker from last year. As far as the ball at the Junior 23 the Spring event. He stopped once in his
split-back veer and also some I. But I'm concerned the positions are wide Seniors ran twice for eight yards but a own territory and flung the ball back
we'll also go from about 20( other for- open although Rick Braswell's got a third and two pass was busted up by towards Dwayne Strickland on the of Starke's Dixie Youth win over the Giants.In .
mations. It sounds confusing and head start on the placckicking position Grant Williams and on a fourth down senior sideline but Strickland caughtthe !Major League 111-12 year olds) addition Robert Starling blasted
sounds like an awful lot but it's very We need a good, consistent keeper Thornton stopped Goodge In- ball out of bounds with time expired couldn't have asked for much closerof a third inning home run Timm.
simplified. We just didn't get it all in punter." ches shy of the first down stick. a first half pennant race this year. Seeley went 2for3lith a double .mil
For the game McBride had the best The chase went down to the final John Hamilton was ;,!-4 with a double l<
-- -.- of the offensive; (! Statistics ith day with hut-finishing Lawley Blue for the first half champs.For .

::.J .' x ....nI .. .- yards on 19carnffl,(Jordan averaged hauling down the faltering Mets Fri the Giants Robby McHae IM in
three yards a try with! 30 stipes on 10 day night May 22. to wrap up the first 2-4 with a pair of doubles and Churi\
trips. For the Juniors freshman was half pennant. Coburn and Glen Barnes added too
V bm the only ,bJllui'rrlt> & *'meet t ing any success Both Blue winners of six of their hits each
i brcakinff'tilroiigh a clear hole last seven games, and the beets\ Dodgers K :.Mels ;S
,)tl, t'v.. off tackle for six yards> in the fourth losers of their last two entered Fri Key doubles by Brad (Green Mu. .'c>
period and netting six yards on two day's doubleheader at t Pratt t St. with Bowen, Dewey Williams, and Jody
carriers. Fender's seven yard keeperwas 6-3 records With a H,6il\ over the Brown sparked the Dodgers to I their ,
his club's longest! gain from Giants in the first game Lawtey Blue victory. l
scrimmage, tie completed\ three kept the pressure on the Mels and Green and Brown were 2-lor :
I F IR'tr l ''t, i P passes, one each to Sapp Bruce Simmons eliminated two other contenders the Williams and Jason Brown were .' '
1 10. >sl ri>>Ir and Watkins but they went lor Giants, who finished. 55. and the and Stacey Green and Bo\\'n"ere .>'4 I'
;19q fyltQ l It f II t r"' +7 ifl just eight yards totaled. Braves who had. already ended the (with Green adding another two
) ,'eiu I Ingmrl Defensively noseguurd Kenny first hair 6-4 i with ;5 wins i in their lust 6 bagger)
tr wra Wright was in on nine tackles bur the games) Steve Jones was 2.:10: ith a double
Juniors with Thornton. I and linebacker In the nightcap the Doilgi-ts bashed .M.iI'll
Mark Crews having .making six. five two-base hits to upend the Mets Braves 12 Ihxlgrrs I
r n r, II; d ', linebacker Grant Williams five and 8.5 and hand Blue the first t halt cham- James Johnson was :3forwith: two

Dale Buchanon and Chuck William pionship. home runs Jimmy Jordan liS ;2-tor,
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three each. M'H ?i with nnnthof hom 'r mH :n Irinlo n+,1<
I, y '" '" Jordan and He''".iJi, '" "'h'' fur I.. lUll
.. ''I< for the senio. .- 'tout
d M stops //1 i >,> Chrisbats ,. C
u .... .. '!Ia our' ...... .., r..i.9J. 7 Brian Thomas (uidnjlie game's
ali"I ith the
ttdi .. .cA. ?-L.' A- .. including two run-scoring hopes a 12-1;' win over
jr. -
Sapp'Slidt.sI'uund Corner : fourth interception picking I the hull doubles, to lead Last lev Blue to its Dodgers last Wednesday
away from Strickland in the early no-
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I Slaves' Move Up; Dominos, Dazzlers Win Too' ; Funeral Home

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In week shortened by Tuesdaynight's Archie M, Tanner
a Hollingsworth tripled. its with six-run sixth ?
rain I.awtey's Slaves won a Women'sSoftball victory a inning.!/' '' All faithS
of ballgames to move up in the \:\ v (
pair Dazzlers 13 Kowdie 2 Fritzie Stoppelbein was 2-3 With.a.: ,
and the first place Dominosand
standings scoredl'asy Pokie Jenkins homered and doubled double, Geneva Hodges Irjojed.1/ and
Dazzlers
second place Gail Crews was 2-for-3. and Sue Melanie Gohagen doubJ' M7for: the'

The victories.two wins for the Slaves moved apiece and Dawn Schoening was 1-1 Fuentes 2-4 as the Dazzlers clinched Rowdies. $' \r' ,: I IJ

them into third with a 5-5 mark. as the Dominos notched their 10th

May 21 win.Melanie 118""' a "_. ., ,-."" -, ...- "MLongchamp oComptete ,
Evans scored two of the
Slates II .\lIiJ( tor,('r. 7
three Saints
Daune Overman went 4-for-S with
three doubles Kelly Richards 3-5 witha runs.May: 20 : f :RcAJJ"Ur" I ':II :ei I N. Y Modern Facilities
triple and double Ann Nettles and Slates -Saints IH o... : : U U0 UI

Dollie Wood 3-4. and Peggy Morrissey Libby Iludgins cracked a homer, I ,'" ",' .. ..: ;. .: : : .- : ,' .,> ;,.;,- ,: .. I ) Hwy 301 S I
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;,!.J as Lawtey's Slaves turned back Marilyn Lee smacked two doubles \ "'. : '\ : \ ,.dJI"'f: :' :;\'" I.. r
Alligator Creek Ranch. Peggy Morrissey was 3-for-4, and ., ,,'."iU''fORSAt. ; I .;,',:'";'.Ii; :,' Dollie Wood and Kelly Richards 1'1'( '"
and Jan Iris Powell Hart went was 2.3 3-3 with for the a double.losers 3-5 as Lawtey's Slaves overcame were a ( '. '. :/::':. ': : ;' : .' ..,:". :' ;'" .. i.\\\\.; :"'):' ';, ,.f:' "' BRADFORD GHRBROESERVICE

Dominos II-Saints ::1 Rowdies.10-run first inning explosion by the i f.f.ren; ef(9( .:l'' ',I i,::. :I Jij: i:< tj)

Diane Smith homered and doubled: Vicky Rosier and Melanie Evans :
Edith Sapp. Marian Walmsley and busted homers for the Rowdies hill' r ,: > irtir 1 i $ \\tf :.' a i I'i r':;: ; ,

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St. Augustine meeting GainesvilleTire
16 teams will provide men's Softball cavating of Starke takes on Jackson-with at Edwards Rd.and W.W.Gay of
action in Starke this weekend as ville's Beer Witches at Edwards Gainesville meeting Macclenny's
Hayes Builders & Electric hosts its the Macclenny Rebels and Realco Crackers at Westside.
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first annual Invitational. Wreckers of Jacksonville tangling
Westside. At 10:00: Drews of Lake City Play is scheduled through 11:15:
Action starts Friday night May 29! and Harber-Chevrolet of Keystone go Saturday night at both fields. Four
at 7:00: with Confederate Gun Shop a at it at Edwards Rd. and Buck's Stove and possibly an extra final
new team in Starke meeting NAPA of of Lake City and 4th St. Car Wash of games scheduled for Sunday starting at 1
,i. Lake Butler at Edward's Road and Jacksonville meet at Westside. are Both fields will be used at 1:00
the Starke Stars playing Cox's Cableof p.m.
with t the rest of the action going to Ed-
Gainesville at Westside.At Four teams get into action Satur-
1 xv 8:30 Waters Bulldozing & Ex-) day morning at 8:30: with Harry's of wards Rd.

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baseball play last week. Southerland, Clinton Jenkins and
Behind MVP Melanie DunnSkeeters May 26 Carlton Johnson sparked Wendy's to i'''
Civitans 13 Merchants 3 victory.Southerland.
Mike Colvin pitched a two-hitter, and Sean Robinsonwere r
Stars Title striking out eight and went 2-for-2, winners. 2-for-4 for the winners with
Scoot added for the
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Marty Irons ripped two doubles, For the Civitans Mike Colvin tripled Wayne Brown adding a single.
Daryl Hilliard was 3-4 with a double in Daryl Hilliard doubled, and Marty Irons had the lone Civltan

Paced by tourney Most Valuable the tall first place trophy. In additionto game that was close all the way. The the Civitans ten-run victory. Brown Hampton singled. safety.Summer's .
Player Melanie Dunn, a slick-fielding her performance at the plate Saints lost to the Outlaws, 16-0, and.. For the and Merchants Browning Barry followed
tripled Kenny
oufielder who went 4-for-4 in the which saw her reach base 10 of 13 Palatka Athletic Attic 17-7. -
championship game to put the times up, Dunn also handled 11 out Shortstop Mary Brown of the Saints with an RBI single.
finishing touches on an 8-for-13 field chances without error. and catcher-second baseman Wilcoxof May 21 I Near...
weekend bkecters::; of Gainesville proved The two Starke league teams the Dazzlers both had 4-for-6 Olympians 12- Civitans 4
to be easily the class of the field in entered -- the Dazzlers and Saints weekends to lead their teams in hit Barry Warren tossed a three-hitter,
last weekend's 4th Annual Youth Soft fared not so well, both being ting for the tourney. Also Cheryl Horn striking out 10 and went 2-for-3 at the So's Starke Rec. Programfor
ball Association Women's Invitational eliminated in two games. was 3-7 and Penny Hannah 2.8 for the plate while Mike Chappell and Robbie
in Starke. The Dazzlers gave LC Athletic Attica Dazzlers while for the Saints Sandra Boone doubled in the Olympian vie-.
be
will offer-
The Gainesville power played just tussle before falling 3.0 in a Friday Cauley and Vicky Rosier had 2 hits tory. ) Bradford County's school Recreation Department
and Rosier and B.J. Hollmgsworth the Summer vacation is ing a Summer full of activities to keep
three games in rolling through the night defensive scrap but were then Parote Srivibul, David Bass Jason children the hot
seven team field, outscoring its opponents eliminated by the Aero Jets 12-10 in a ripped triples.., Polk, Jason Bennett,and Keith Kehoe almost hear and again the Starke youngsters busy during mon-

353. Skeeters, which drew a ths.With school out June registrationfor

and first Athletic then round Attic bashed bye 10-2, the in topped the Outlaws second Lake 17-0 round City in Hayes and Lawtey Wildcats, Claim Men's OpenHayes VictoriesRandy Program the Rec.will Deptartment's be held that Summer day and

Friday June 5, at the Pratt St.
winner's bracket finals. LC
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Also register
Center parents may
Athletic Attic, the Sportsmanship Builders & Electric and the homer and Jerry Johnson and Chub Hayes 1-1. Gaskins singled three times to their children later. The program
Troph winner, fought back throughthe Lawtey Wildcats claimed wins in a Johnson were both 2-for-3 with a home Tom Paladino homered for themen's lead Lawtey's Wildcats to victory starts June 8 and runs through August
loser's bracket to get another shotat open week abrevlated by the run as Hayes Builders &Electric beat Stars run and John RigRS was 1-1. Mike Gaskins was 2.3 for the win- 14.
Skeeters but the Gainesville club, Memorial Dav vacation last week. the Stars in five innings. Wildcats 9 Olin's .4 ners while for Olin's Paul B. went 2-3 For more information call the Rec.
f rehind Dunn's 4.4 performance in the Hayes 18- Stars 1 Dinky Kilby was 2-4 with a double, Al Chapman and Wayne Teston with a double Alton Crews was 2-4 Department" at 964-6792. '.
leadoff slut won again 8-1 to wrap up David Thigpen went 2-for-2 with a John Vahnski was 2-3, and Randy both went 3-for-4 with doubles and with a double.


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I lintiirord. High hogs f honored .q. List nook's spring lIl'n"I( ) 1 )I (( :.MurkVllliums! Lady Tornado Spring Leaders
quet uoro. loll to righl.trli: "I'unkiii" Johnson (! ) ( ) I ( ) and Krtiny 'lark .\uard uniners In girls sports( for the spring Here, left to Si ill well (track), Phyllis Cuffee (Softball) Tina Bowen 'I
Criiijf Sapp (tennis), Cinlis .((MIPS (track), ( ) right: Miirl.1 Senrcy (truck), Sharie llankerson (softball), (tennis), and I.ouetteSmith track), .
Hawkins (truck, Chuck Johnson (baseball), Scott ,\ ValirIl.imin. (Softball), Pam Hawkins! (track), :Michelle ;Not; pictured Is tennis award winner Stacey Denmark ,



I Outstanding Athletes From an OiJiltanding Spring Honored I

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Starke Elementary School's championships this was probably the ting off Bradford High's second the other coaches, snapped the 10th Tornado sports history was the BHS graduation will be Chuck Johnson,
cafeteria was bursting with smiles of most successful spring sports seasonat district crown in three years, and the school record for his crewfor time baseball team, a squad 5th year named Most Dependable, who
pride last Thursday night as the All BUS" girls. track & field team sped to 9 spent at the1 podium during the ban- Coach Mike Hartley said included a Hartley said played three positions
Sports Club honored Bradford High Now past spring athletes might school records. Top that off with quet bragging on his athletes. senior corps with 18 varsity letters "because it was necessary and
School's spring sports participants. argue that point but no one can deny representative performances in boys McGriff, tongue firmly planted in between them. "It's the best group because of his versatility,"as well as
Tennis coach Jerry McGriFf's that Spring 1981 was good to the Tornadoes t track and girls and boys tennis and cheek, presented Revels with flower I've ever had the pleasure of Mark Williams, the right fielder who
young squad didn't enjoy quite\ the The Lady Tornado softball you've got a lot of proud athletes, basket from one of the tables, pronouncing coaching," Hartley praised. improved his batting average 240
season it had put together( in (10) but it squad captured the school's first ever coaches, parents, and supporters at it the"Grover Award"after That senior group included team points over his junior season to share
was McGriff who summed up for all district and regional titles in the last week s final Sports Club banquet previous "record setter" Grover MVP Kenny Clark, the shortstop who the Most Improved honor.
the coaches the fooling about the 19U1 sport the baseball Tornadoes set new for this school year. Howard. Hartley noted has already received Gone too will be four-year starter
spring campaign when he closed his school standards for wins and winning So proud was girls track coach Bud- scholarship offers from four junior Bill Goodge, the team batting
awards presentation by saying "You percentage and tied the BUS dy Revels that he, according to the Baseball Seniors PraisedOne collegesSt.. Johns, Santa Fe, average leader two of his four seasons
can see by all the district and region mark for consecutive wins while i-ar semi.official count by McGriff and of the clubs that led in updating Manatee, and Valencia Also lost to and probably the top all-time run-
producer (runs scored plus RBI's) at
BHS for a career.

You're going' to like Eckerd's AMERICA'S FAMILY DUG? STORE Allen record Juniors,named, 2.49 winning ERA Best Pitcher awards and 96 with were strikeoutsand his Scott 6-2

left fielder Scott Hudson, a .357
famous Photo Offer.Twice hitter and school record-setter for
runs ((36)) and steals ((23),
"In the crucial games he was our

Get an/ e prints with every 'pl'!' .ji I r,nor or alack 8"x 10"COLOR PHOTOENLARGEMENT dominating pitcher, Hartley said in
and white print f MI-, developed ana introducing Allen.
printed. TODAY AND EVERYDAY / i Looking back Hartley told the ban-
Twice the Film... Gel two tolls of print FROM YOUR FAVORITE NEGATIVE quet audience that three "big"gamesof
dim lor the price ol/ one Kodacolor or Regul.r3,99 O49 the season were the wins over
black and white. when you have your Sal'*Priced . & "Buchholz which was 12-0 at the
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AND EVERYDAY Bring I I in your favorite I the record (for wins with 14), and the
Twice the Gu+aranlee... Buy only the negative& order a qual- 1/ Gainesville High School district game
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Title was Softball Goal
i Girls softball Coach Gail Lee and
I JOY /I her girls had a year to remember
P i I also, taking the school's first-ever
DETERGENT i District and Region titles while compiling -
a 13-7 record.
22.0z' e II "We felt like we had the team to do
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beginning was to play our district
Mild dishWishing detergent 'I games and be the team that should
Limit 1 f win the district. Well,we were seeded
COMBI LOUNGERRegular : number two for district's but we ended
,i up coming out like we should have
12.88 d88 (number one),"

Save 3.00Weatherresistant., ."... ..., ". DOWNYFABRIC As for next year year Lee said a tall
)rder will have to be filled: "It sounds
?, vinyl cover on plated ike a lot to say but when you go all the
steel frame Adjusts to 7 positions..
and out
Nay to Sectionals get put one
jame away from state... Well if next
SOFTENER
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"x50' 84.0UNCE' disappointment.Winning team"MVP honors was the

GARDEN HOSE 188S. l Wl person Lee said "really sticks out",
: No.601 .,. y left fielder Sharie Hankerson, who
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She was then named to the Florida
KEEBLER Athletic Coach's northeast Florida all
star team.
GRAHAM CRACKERS Other award winners for the girls
TURRETSPRINKLER were freshman pitcher Valery Hamm '
I 15.S-OZ. and senior third baseman Phyllis Cuf
No 3150R.fl.899 1.39 fee. Hamm pitched all but one inningin
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I"y ri s..a.oo .. ,. Sal PricedChocolate .. i Cuffee, a third baseman Lee said
5 sprinklers In one. coated graham / "other coaches around here wished
Covers 36-ft. circle.PULSATING! crackers. they had," knocked in 33 runs and
scored another 27.

Lady Tornadoes Cited

Revel's girls track team, which +
SPIKESPRINKLER made the school record list look like a
1981 highlight sheet, was introduced ?
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Regular. 1.995.v.1,22 ... .. 377 with some of the oft-untold humor
FOAM PLATES
Even water distribution that accompanies high school squadsto
:; :: for healthy grass. 9-INCH S = polite their freshman road meets.Michelle Such Stillwell as the time felt

PACK OF 50 she might have bumped a competitorinto
a spill and stopped and turned
Reg.2.29 .. back to offer her apologies. "I was
22 TINE Soak proof foam plastic. Limit 2 pulling my hair out." Revels
remembered. Or the Region meet
LAWN RAKE. saga of Shiela Searcy, who took ill
R.gul.,2..B before the long bus ride to Dade City-

: 1s 1 =.' ... .... .199I'H Pasco, gargled Pepto-Bismol all day,
18' span Replace, purposely false-started out of her 440
able wood handle. / heat, was relieved of her mile medley
GLADE SOLID
relay duties when the baton was drop-
1,11 1 1 11 ped on an earlier exchange, and then,
AIR FRESHENER finally forced to run.clicked off one of
l.c .1A'.,lIt her fastest times of the year as the
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ufl Sal* was admitted to the Bradford County
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ASSORTMENT y frag ranees. Limit 2 o another record setting mile relay one
1 / week later at the state meet.
Sile R.gul.,95' 66c V Louette Smith, the junior who led
Priced ... BHS in points scored with 1314 while
I Assorted fans,place- having a hand in three school records
mats & baskets. Y and placing third in the state 440 yard
dash, was chosen team MVP. Swift
10"x 17" Pam Hawkins was an easy choice as
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B. HIBACHI breaking all BUS sprint marks and

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day of Jm, 1931, "'e"inj it 12 4793 21 7S 21 O9I9-OO1OO '.00 OI4O-II I' --------____________________________________________________
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--------- S 570.18' TO NLY R/W SP 200-8 N82E ON NLY R/W 45.1O TO FLY
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4803 II SS 22 .131:00600---------------------9.5-OI77-01 BNDY BLK t N ON ELY DIMDV 299.45 TO NW COq BLK 4 E ON NLY
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--- ----_--- ---------------------------------------- 1/2 OF LOTS 29 C 44 S OF CO CM RDS.3..28 3 268.25 TO poe
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4743 33 6S 20 0211-00100 l.OO EX S 250 OF LOT 26.27.28.fr EX ELY O9.0t OF NLY 161.53 OF -----------------------------------------------------------
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17.28 *.52 .89 6.35 25.04 ---------------------------------------------------------- -----------------------------------------------------------
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IGUNTER 'EUNICE S.. RT 2 BOX 239-A .826 26 5S 22 .565 029-0. ------------------------------------------------------------
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LOTS 4 6 5 OF UNIT- 5 OF UN-RECD PLAT SAMPSON LAKE SHORES DEPO INVESTMENTS 1399 CASSAT AVE: -------------------
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LOTT P H 6 SU/IE P o BOX 202 TAT 27-Ho : KEYSTONE: OAK9D $10.64 $6.35 ended Calvary's run with an 8-1 vic- double plays while allowing just eight

LOT r FX I-A IN se COR e. LOT a s/o OF 51/4 OF SWI/A _______.____.__ ____$6.2_____.______:.__________._. __ "A986O7730 tory to take home the hardware. scores in five games.
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Ricky Bennett and Brian Johns the final two hit .556 with 2
.----------------------------------------------------- --- JAMTS F) t CLAUDIA" P 0 HOX 459 games
5116 21 7SZ 4974 30.00 O649-06 LOT 36 6 37 KFYSTONE HOTS S/O each jacked one in the championship homers Donald Wheeler hit three

PELL ROBERT E JR P 0 BOX 3616 1984 game. Nobody reached the fence in out, and Tommy Wise and Matt Hull 1
SEl/4 OF NEI /. CX El/4 S3S7.QI I'll.61 SI9.9F S7.9O S477.ll
the Waters-Hayes but Johns each
712.5S 9.38 S16.1O 6.35 S344.33 --------------------------------------------------.------- game

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5117 ?3 75 22 .988-ocnoo 5.00 O611-06 PATRAY J W P 0 HOX) 145

Sf CNCFR DONALD P t SHIRLEY A RT 3 BOX 260-C LOT 2 PARADISE SHORtS: UN-RFCO PLAT

COM SW COM N .1. ..,* POn. CONT N 1229 E 196.60 5 9SA.a3 1 $34.05$1.0? SI. 75 SA.35 S43.I7 Lead
Young Sluggers
S 38* W 1l2.ftO' PUR ---------------------------------------------------------

'?06.7 S6.19 IO.A3 7.90 2M.O9 316 1J JS 22 >-A-OOJOO) O77-l
_._ MUSSULMAN WM E fOOl PFIJI ..ENT OR
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5119 27 75 22 T099 .0.00 06*.-01 LOT 3 UNRFCO PLAT PARADISF SHORCS
KTLF HARRY W & MARY 41.19 ...2. 42.12 .".3 90
ANN RT 3 BOX 596
-150
.. Poor
ALL SWI/4 S OF RY ------------- -- --------- ------ -- ------- -- Boys in Keystone

OR 128-220 I i 3I7O II: 85 22 5636-A-OI7OO 07?R-I
BOWERS DtlMAUO T ftdARFtARA P O BOX R77 .. .,
S33.19 SI. 15 .1. .," 7.90 $4 ?.,42:
LOT 17 OF PARAOISF SHOHFS !S/O OF A"j l UN RFC.' PLAT DFSC rn
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5121 2<> 7S 22 5037-OO800 06S-04 110-139 Poor Boys of Raiford sparked by toughest game early, nipping R.J.'s

LODGE F 6 AM X C J BROWN S963.I4. ..?((1.yO .4Q. 0. $1.10. Ht.O49.39. two 17-year-olds who played like 14-13. Ronnie Thomas scored on a
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I LOT 105FT E'W.OY SOFT N&S IN NE COR OF LOT 8 S/O OF Nl /2 veterans, won the Harber Chevrolet sacrifice: by Fitzhugh to decide the

OF NEl/4 OF NVI4SA.94 5171 22 83 22 5687 0732-1: Invitational mens Softball tourney in game in which Drew Berry had three

..21 ..3A 7.90 SI'S.41 JERRIE LGGiF6i2S2I32 last weekend tak- HBI's
gRTICHA3RDgSONoALLEN rL26 Keystone Heights ,
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5241 30 73 22 5056-00121 55sI8EPAffi tell ffi Hi5r4r8l W Wol ?iic ing five straight games to win the ti They then crunched Norman Baityof

0660-1O PG 321 tie. Jacksonville 24-9 with Fitzhugh
RUSH HAROLD E S .. SUSAN X
$515.01 $15.45 $26.52 $7.90
$564.86 three out of the park
COM AT SE COR OF NEV OF NES SEC G RUN N 250' THEN W G slamming ,
-------------------------- The 17 year olds were Tom Rogers drilling two, and Davis,
PUR S LINE HE* TO E S/" LINE SB 325SWLY ON R/WPT
ariNT WITH SELINE OF NE* OF NEt E TO PT OF BEG \ ACRE MIL 5173 22 ftS 22 S70S ?rt.OO O714-O Paladino Jr., who cracked six home Paladino Jr. and Anders one each.

BEING PORTS OF LOTS 20-24 BLK a GOULD PARK 1982 RP6181 JOHNS CAPL L ET AL HOX 130 runs and hit .684 to take tourney MVP Florida' National fell 16-6 as Paladino,
BLK 1 OF GOVT LOT" FX f3 6O FT IN LAKESIDE, SID EX III* 10 f
$126.69 $3.80 $6.52 $11,00 $148.01 PG 203 OF5C OR 97 PG 'f"of., EX- CR I73-7MS honors, and Alma Anders who slam- Davis, Anders and McClellan all
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S1HO.S7 S3.47 *?.1O S7.9O 3203.19 homers himself while bat. slugged homers.In .
5123 3O 75 ?2 50TH-OOIOO 0'..1-O4.
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ting even 500. winner's bracket finals Poor
MOORE ALVIN O 6 MARIAN M P O BOX 225: 317 21 85 22 5710-OTIOO 12.TO O7 -.-? the
LOTS 1. f IN MC CALLS ADO TO HAMPTON PERRYMAN THOMAS' F ft PATRICIA"' Also Pat Fitzhugh hit .611 with Boys knocked of Universal Sun of

S144.31 4.A3 17.43 .$6. 13 ..62... E 396' OF NF 1/4 OF NEI/4 threefour-baggers, Don Davis hit .500 Jacksonv 12-8 with Almers pounding -
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111.12
S71.77___16.15_______$504.41 with two HR's and Wilbur Rogers two solo homers and Paladino(
S124 30 7S! 72 *|07<)-O0300 OA6' i-OS ______ _____ _____
HODGES JOHN J JR t LINDA E 1 PCI ')OX 154 5176 24 85 7? 3773 IO.OO O' 6-1 and Farelon McClellan poled two another

LOTS 3. 4. 5. 6 IN MC CALLS ADD FRV WALKER ALF F.D R JR .?2JJ YELLOW nLUFF "PO' homers each as Poor Boys hit .465 Universal came back out of the

17.92 C5.O4 R.63 A.33 in7.O6 N 200' OF W3/4 OF Nl/7 CF NCI/4 with 19 circout clouts. Only in the 7.6 losers bracket but again Poor Boys
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win over Jacksonville's University won this time 7.6 to take the title. A
5125 30 7S 2?. 3078-O070O 0" 3-06 ---------------------------------------------------- ----
RHEA PAUL r.: DRAWFR A :!4 OS 2? "'I]?o ::1 ,.no r4O-i Sun in the finals did Poor Boys not two run shot by McClellan and

LOTS 7 THRU IB IN MC CALLS ADD TO HAMPTON EX R/W KEYSTONE HCTS IMOROVrMCMT.. COPPO POX 743 score in double figures. Paladmo's sixth four-bagger of the

.? ?0.35 A.61 tll.-TS tA.33 <<244.66"s727 PROPFRTY OFSC AS AN FXC.FPTION OF A NINF-HOLF r.OLF C11U'.S'=' They had probably their second weekend made the difference.
IN OR BK 3 PG 4 f.-------- -------------------------------------------
0664-O EX PORT W OF N R. SHALF' SFC LINE
5079-00713 .
30 75
$1.2'13.4 7
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$1.167.56 Sl .6J S6l.lfi
HFA PAUL F DPAWER A .. .
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13.14.15.6 16 nF HLK 7 -
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Ct.AS Q.70 6.tS S210.14 519 ?4 lie ZZ: 5d2O-OOIOO: 12.OO 0740-1.. -
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5I2 30 75 22 3079-00800 3FIN5 GOLF CnUUSE FX O"T F. PF N--5 HALF Sr C T LI NF
HEA PAUL f E DPAWtR ALL SSbO.OJ S7.SO 112.34; : S7.9O ."...!' 704.'t. '" Softball Action Buddy
1LKS P & 4 IN HAMPTON ... ...-.......,
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5129 30 7S 2? 1O79-OI001 0664-1O HERMAN R & HANNCLORE
HEA PAUI r DRAWER A LOT 8 OF BLK 15 KCE UNIT 1 $6.35 $43.60S23S24S22S9 Is Picking Up
OF IN HAMPTON $34.45 $1.03 $1.71
LOTS 13.14.13 P. 16 rtLK 10 .
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.72 ..77 tl.12 r.9O S3S.71 -
ALDREDGE REGINALD H G YVONNE (
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OAft-O7 LOT 1 OF! REPLAT OF LOT 1 KCE IN SJRD AREA
31 JO 30 75 22 507 -O'OO $27.56 $.83 $1.42 $6.35 $36.16
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MOF LEFVW V IN PLK 13 OF HAMPTON t SLY |O" AOJ Tn LOTS Sports Editor
5236 12 5901-00200
24 83 0822-0'
IT OF TCIWN OF HAMPTOMHI.
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LOT 32 C5F REPLAT OF LOT 1 IN SJRD AREA
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.IRUNO' 5OF (ILK IN HAMPTON I All indications are that weekend Softball action, a hard.to-

]R 128-216 find commodity around these parts early in May is going to
$4.61 H.02 7.VO +176.21
1155.69. ____ ______ ___ _______ __ pick back in June.
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313 ALVIN JO. 75 O?2 SM9 POX 723 'l.'iO : 5206 2S ,.S '2 A-JOft : (PIO: .t I S'I' ; 017.+ -1) We have the Hayes Invitational men's tournament this

THAT PART O* SFI/4 HF !Wl/4' WHICH LIE W OF ST WD 33S: ft TL TURNER MPLVIN L 6 LHPN r T 2 ("nx J4' weekend and the Lawtey Dixie Youth Association plans amen's
EX SLY 1/2 COM AT NF ran: OF SEC RUM W 6S' .. to" II"WIN'/, 21 FIJ-V Pi1,1[ ,
JF ny OF5C: : ')17 100-113 S l <*4.1' LAKE. SLY ALnNG LAKF 121' NLV -??9 TO P', 1 I. r L' "B" event for next weekend June ;57. Then its off and
]q 123-Ir
$RH.55 42.66' 4.36 .->.43 *' .?f 184 TO e O1 running through June.
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10.00
'EV.LLt''U3.J 11! JOHN 7S 22 R t SI49-0"AUGIT 400 A P 0. POX 71 5207 ?5 BS ;JP 01 "i-CJI.. .."SO. 1T61-0! The List for after this weekend,

1/2 OF IOF NCI/4 t'F SE1/4 HALL ARTHUR LTE "T t HOX 1116 June 5-7;
S. .in.11 4.17 $1.15 $6.75 $156.58 COM AT NCR: | OF SWIOF) N' l/4 S 13" W '7. ?n' TO '''' TCONT
_. _.. W 195 I. S .1..?' F l')5. N 112' TO'nni
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----- This
----------------- us.22 ".IA 3.7 .1.'} ) ." nn.s Lawtey > tourney to be held ,

'5135' JI: 7.K 22 PATTCN 5157-00700 C A f.72 NF 1ST 5T 1.00 01'\71-0Q ------_. _--- -- ----------------- ----------------- .- ------- at Cobbie Field in Lawtey will be for area ballclubs in the class
O SER J J
..., OF NCI/4 nF SWI/4. "''UN" 82' FOR Pll". COAT S 5O8 ?S 11-5 2? 1.027 1. ,Si) 'or0' "B" said coordinator
:OM AT COM: COOPER 1 J .UT I IIX "A TO PfJH
213
6IR'.W
]108'.E R .22-41'715.N s os.7o: OP" w i 01.29'; OF F1)1) cir six;! ii"I SFIX DF --.iiix* fundraiser to help put the finishing touches on the Lawteyballfield's

,
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f.62
$254.08 IS7.O' 61.71 ci.t .7. .------. --..-------.------ -- --- ------------- --- ----- .
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51.56 31 7S 2J;:! 5.57-0061)0 7.SO( 0674-02 Entry fee is $65 and 2 balls. Call Crew at 782-3060 or Buddy
S2O1 i* AS 22 ftO'9-OOIOO 1.1)1 i f)7t-4- J
I' 'OX 233:
4T4ON JOHN RAY EDWARD T PT I nrjx 217 Paterson at 964-6115 for information.
OF SO 123" TX COAT: "
LYING S (OF CO GK Crt t W
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172.4'.W ?I5'.N 604 TO
4W COR. f 4hS"S 413.S: .W ?.50'.S ..fl .S4 st>. .ft 111. ..?. June 12-11.
'Od FX PARC SOLO .
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1091 2.H4 4.7 HII.OO tlll.lO -i--! 55 '2 604 7710-00 Donkeyball Benefit r iuriu->- Not a softball tournament by
.q4.5
FOOl LAQRY "T' :> nil* 4<*O .
-------------------------------------- this is a fun and hallgame with the players
---- means
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57l7 5.00 Of.74-O BEG AT SP mi or Fl/4 I PF NFlAN N ftO W, f.1 ; t,0' .
'II 15 72 '5I37-OOO 7t03 N TF..LE AVF E ')1 riding on donkeys to he held at Starke's Westside Park Satur
AT50N JOHN t PATTY' I.

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'TO' W 3(1) TO PCJRt' CUNT W 415. "S" N OAR TO SR-123 100' .
"P1QO"T! POP t THAT PARC DISC AS which will raise; money for the Starkettes, girls\ \ 13-15 year old
4. S.6" S PAR TO RIVFBA ANTC II) "O "n'C ?03
'*<>CrL 2 OF OP 171-SRS W I30O OF LOT 9 IN .NI''N.FACU IJNIf 3 rK O/w program, see the story in nextI'l'k's Telegraph/

tp 10302 .3'5 : .45 IO.75 HIH. ** \* .1; >f. <'>* .II
$5.47.T a.
$16S.97 ifl22i2'21 ---- ------------------------------- -------------------
.-------'--'-------------------------- -- 5216 3S rtS ?2 AH5 4T.50 370'>-O1 Jim's Shell Invitational- Jacksonville, club putting on
(0.74-1"
51.5" 12 75 22 5151-00609 n'0 RIVERA ANT'INIO P'l HIJX: 201:
HALL this men's at the Lake Hutler.Union Com-
-ANDINF. PFTTR M. .. 141.F4UTTn"l LOTS IOC II IN ISOIAM RF"c: UNIT 1 open tourney County
.OTS 1 THOU 72 OF ALl( 6 IN HA-PTON PAl'll< EX DEG AT Nfc:; CtlO: LOT II N 814 II 2'HJ S H* !" TM.?'f* N. 7 I. plex.

.1 4.19 $1. 11 .S3.17.. S4S.31.. .HI9.O4. E ??s' N 1'/. w ior TO rn
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June 1J-21!)
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< H R-Y\ r. MARY ANN RT j no* *qA 5I7 3ft BS fl A01-A-OIIDO 014'3-Ol Civitan-Starkettes Youth WeekendAll three Starke
ILL NOF MWl/4 S OF RY GRCCNBEPG APTHUH N I J flAN" P I II linK 267
1R I2fl-20 < LOT II rtFNFVA LAKI TSTATFS youth teams, the Stars Jr. Stars, and Starkettes will host

'170.17 5.11 tfl.76 .7.<.J0. Sl.| 145I4& 47.1S. C14.l..>. ?4.H. 36.41.. S7.74 tourneys in conjunction with each other as the Civitan Club
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01'IS 72 3343 0491-12' '5221 01 T5 ?? 6IOO )IO Of>i>O-ll sponsors the first weekend fully devoted to youth Softball in
LATHIS HFLFN JANICF 14123 E THUMPALL ST THOMAS FLMrp tl ft "AI GAPE T SLOTS
.OT 43 ON CYPRESS OF CRYSTAL LAKE HOMF1ITFJ 1.2.1: f. NI/> I.OT 4 OLTK 4 (.T SANTA. FT 51f"toe" r'N12H-3c Starke. Youth clubs from as far away as Miami and Tifton.

(41.11 I' .?* .? 3I.O3 0.4.- *?. 77 *" .1(, t/i.1S: 1\1 QfIo.:1": Georgia are expected to be on hand.
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3147 O3 ;S 72 593-OO' 4.33 06O7-O7 5Z43 01 9S 22 6219-E-01600 0802-06

UTLFR "VIITCHFLL' L ft MARSHA N S.I 14.e 7/TM AVC COSTANGO JEANNIE L B CHARLES C RMC Employees Tournt.-RMC is shooting for 10 mens teams
:OM AT 3W OIK OF NWI/4 OF 5WI/4 r 36.44 TO F R/W S'l-375 6 LOTS 16 6 17 BLK 5 OF SANTA FE CHORES OR 128-563
'0n CONT r 41.56 I. N. -IO' W 9,A.47* TT! F R/w. 3 ON r /wl0.10' $58.95 SI.77 $3.04 $6.35 $70.11 and 8 womens for this combination tournament at the Lake

47.40 Tn P"II ,. .4? 12.44. 30.43 160.71 5222 I? q S 5>2 0,10-n-0'1.500 0107-OS Butler-Union County fields, all ASA registered.

.------.---------------------"-----...--------------------. SAM BOHCWT!:: J ..'t S Pin 2'16; Entry fee is $75 for the men and $65 for the women. Contact
0705-05 LOT 25 OF SFVfNClF PIOOF UNIT ? UN iF<:.
5J42: 12 8S 22, 546.. IOB.O4 *::1.?. 15.67 IS.1S! AI l ?'.'4 Norma Wheeler 496-2222 ext. 242 to get in.

SUMNER 5 EVELYN _.._._ _._ _.._ .
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3224 q5 22 6210-C-OOSOO' ( 0 I 0' -OB
ON S BY BEDFORD RD 54.88 58.38 97.95 91B3.9207O32- -- CURTIS Bp'ime. ?o3i N IITM AVF;

S162.71 .- -.---.---. LOT II OF SrMINOLF RIDGE UNIT 3 OF AN UN-RfCt PLAT.1F IN f4J77
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3726 I? 94 22 1O-F-02000 O I.-OI Twins were the hard-luck team :Slay 22

ROBERTS: JCFFFKY OFANNA P" W1K 1911 in Dixie Minor last week Tigers 10 Suns
6
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--------------- LOT 20 STM HIOCF; UNIT fr
11 A9 2 ir-ooioi 070612COTT *4H.6l 1.46 32.5) 4.15 t1;'*.'*? twice by the margin of one run. Billy Stroud had a single and 2 .

eRItU C'O tlFLe'N 8fYCEISTH ----- ----------- stolen bases and scored 3 times .
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IN S.03 LIT I OF LAKEVICS'D..72 .' .2. 6.35 $32.34 322 12 93 22 6JO-G-OI600 OBIA-12 Tigers II Twins 10 help the Tigers get past the Lawtey .
P" BCIX T *
,.- ---------------------------------------- GOUORCAI HFRinenT LOUISC David Lizenbee doubled in Suns Friday night /at Pratt St.
---------------- LOT 16 SFM RIOGF UNIT 7 Billy
5151 13 8S 22 4 8-A-OO'OO 102.04 3.0A $"*.?<> A.13 II6.7I Stroud with the winning run in an Also for the winners David
ORROW JAMES: H GOT THfLMA J ----------------------------.----- Lizenbee tripled, Ron Zurfluh
------------------------ eight-run fifth-inning rally by the walked
I' OF SMOKER ISE 3/0 230 12 922! 3O-G-04OO ntH 7-1)11 Tigers. 3 times and scored twice.

IIt-16-.74 10000 ? '.o,' DONALD JOF K 6 RAYMOND HAYNIE 463"i OAOPN LANF For the Wayne: Prevail tripled for the Suns !
S 00.63 '9.o i2.i2 !Ii22 LOT 24 srMiNOcr RIDGE UNIT rIO game Lizenbee was 3-for-4
.i2- ;-;5297----------- --- --------011209ICOONALn <*.OI 3.27 0.ftl ft.3 l4.4; with a triple and the double while and Craig Wise doubled and singled.

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19'5 flRACJCLAHO ST -------------------- Stroud doubled twice. Michael Godwin T\lai y
OWEN
.OTS 4 t 3 OF BLK C t ./20TH INT IN TRACV e IN RgOFORO -OAKS tripled. Indians 17 ns 16

BSC OR 100-3.3 The Indians tied the Twins for second -

..JI.'" 3.96 .6.79 11.90 151).56 Phillies 26 L. Suns 0 place as Ed Douglas who had
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and single, Rich Kimutis homered D. in the winning run with one out in the

Hamilton doubled for the Phil's. bottom of the last.a .


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Church of God, Methodist Win

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Stork., Florida 32091 Marlon McRae, as Deputy lion 30 Township 7 Invitation. tooio
FOR BRADFORD COUNTY and file the original with' Clerk South. Range 22 East In Competitive sealed proposals will be receivedby In play Thursday second place
FLORIDA. CIVIL AC. District III Area Agency on Aging until close' of Men's' Church
Church
the clerk of the above 5/7 4tchg 5/28. Hampton Bradford of God topped Pine.Level 10-2
TION CASE NO. 81.. business June 10 1981. The bids will be for
on
styled/ court on or County. Florida said and First Methodist took over fourth

.p CLIFFORD W. otherwise before June IS, 1981 INTENTIONTO NOTICE OF parcel being more particularly Consumer the provisions Education of the and following Protection.Title/ XX Counseling.Escort services.: place by itself with a 13-7 win over SoftballMethodist

a judgment described Calvary Baptist.
p REGISTER a. Housing Related, Social
PREVATT. Health Support
be entered 12goln.tyou .
may follows 13 7
Plaintiff, for. the relief/ FICTITIOUS : Group and Transportation. Th. services will be Church of God Pine Level 2 Calvary
Kevin TiUman
was 3-for-4 with ti
NAME provided within the following Counties: Sam Bassett went 3-for-3 Al Wad- a
demanded In the. ,
v.DOROTHY complaint 'Mcorner NW pIe and double and five
C. Commence at (Federal) dell tripled Douglas Bennett doubled playersJerry
or petition. Pursuant Section of said NEV4 of 40422,42CItrus : Eaves,.Erie Biggs, Pat Mw
GREENLEE to Alachuo
_ and CLIVE E. WITNESS hand and and Harvey Smith was 2-3 as Churchof
my 865.09, Florida Statutes NEV and run NorthB9"39' 27378.63 dorff, Doug Reddish, and Caret
ROBERSON KAREN SUE
God
the. seal of this" Court on theNortherly scored six times in the fifth in
notice Is East along 41715.99 Jones -' provided two hits as li
CARNES. ond M. hereby giventhat Columbia Pine
May 12. 1981.Gilbert /. topping Level Baptist.
boundary 58300.20 Methodist moved back ahead
PHILLIP CARNES ai S. Brown As the undersigned S.R.E.C.-BradfordSUnion t
_ partners doing Clerk of. the Court. By: COLON THOMAS 312 W.Brownl. thereof 248 feet thence Trl-County 32520.06 for Pine Level Richard Calvary Baptist in the Church sEal

s, business as PINE Faye Whltehead" as .. St.. Starke, Fl. South' 0"21' East 293 feetto Hernondo l 10000.00 Milner tripled, Doug Mains was 2-3. dings.
stake for
Iron
an point
BROOK VILLAGE Deputy Clerk. 32091. sole owner doing 210337.06

DEVELOPERS a Florida 9/14 "tchg6IN /". business under the firm of beginning; from pointof There ((10%) matching funds
beginning thus Is a ten percent
. G.n.ral Partn.r..lp.D.f.ndant. name of THOMAS AUTO Shine.
Stars
award of the
.. SAFETY SERVICE. 312 W.Brown described continue South requirement for submittal upon Spring Sports ..
THE CIRCUIT 02V East 235 feet to>> a funds.
/.. St., Starke, Fl.
NOTICE COURT EIGHTH nail in the pavement of Proposal>> format and Instructions may be obtained -
32091 Intends
OF ACTION JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF register said fictitious to Pine Street; thence. South from the Area Agency on Aging Office, (continued from pg. 7A) sophomore who just missed nailin

TO: DOROTHY C. FLORIDA. IN AND FOR name under the provisions 89039. West parallel. With District III, 3008 N.W. 13th Street Suit C, freshman hurdles record setter Dawn the school 2-mile mark. The Spor

GREENLEE 2424 BRADFORD COUNTY of aforesaid said Northerly boundary Gainesville/ Florida 32601, (9043786649.) Cernyer who carded smanship honor went to Ronald Davl

Kanawaha Boulevard/ FLORIDA. statute. 228.93 feet to a nail In The Area Agency on Aging reserves the. right The boys, track team 93V4 which points.assistant who Head Coach Rick Stephens sal
East. CIVIL ACTION said pavement last and all bids.52t "did anything we asked of him."
Charleston West Dated this 7th day of to reject any coach Cole Childers noted "had
Case No. 81131. aforesaid nail '
being ;
Virginia 25801 May AD. 1981 In Brad. on 2tcha 3.'29
only three seniors this but has
In re: The Marriage of the Easterly boundary of year a
YOU ARE NOTIFIED LAWRENCE H. NOTMAN. 5/28.ford Florida. 5/7 4tpd the rI9ht'0 .way of Division lot of potential," was led by Steve Net Squads Young I

that an Action to Husband and FRANCES St.: thence North' .ess..s. S .. .... .. . Marks, a graduate Childers called McGriff, noting that both the girl II
for.clo. a mortgage KAY BELLAMY NOTMAN. NOTICE OF 04I' West along said "one of the finest young men you'll and boys squads included only tw :

on the following property Wife. INTENTIONTO Easterly boundary 204.7 ever meet, on or off the track." returners from 1980 and saying "w> I,

in Bradford Coun NOTICEOF REGISTER feet to On Iron stake Street. Please label Marks, easily Bradford high point had an awful lot of people involved ii '

ty. Florida: SUIT- FICTITIOUS bearing South 8939' (SEALED BID ENCLOSED) man for the year and a state meet other things," said tennis '81 was [I

NO PROPERTYTO NAME West of polrrf'bf/ beginning qualifier in the long jump was named preview of the future. '

Section 25: All of th.North : LAWRENCE H. NOT. ; thence North 89039' THE CITY RESERVESTHE Most Outstanding.Most Indicative of that is the fact tha I'I
MAN. 4 Chapman" Drive Pursuant to Section East 'wlth ..oldNort..rly
half of. NE'East poroll- RIGHT TO REJECT Improved was Curtis Jones a Most Valuable boy_Craig Sappis i
Park
of' State Rood No. 13 Lexington 865.09. Florida Statutes, boundary ANY AND ALL PARTS OR -
except that portion Maryland 20653. notice Is hereby given 230.38 feet tdMhe pointof FORMALITIES IN ANY just asophomore am ;

previously conveyedfor YOU ARE HEREBY that the undersigned beginning. BID. q4jDr 11 i-: MVP girl Stacey Den ,

road right-of-way' NOTIFIED that an action BURL TRAYLOR JR. I mark is a junior. Sapi

lying and being In for Dissolution of marriage 1025A N. Temple Ave. Except that portion of JACKIE JOHNS : i had Bradford's fines I

Township 7 South has been filed Starke. Fl. 32091 and said parcel lying within CITY CLERK record, 17-6 overall bu I

Range East Bradford aaainst you Lawrence H. THURMAN WHITAKER. the right. of way of Pin. CITY OF LAKE BUTLER had the bad luck of runn I

County Florida. Notman and you are required JR., 414 W. Davis St.. Street aforesaid. ing into eventual stat

Less and Except: Two to serve a copy of Starke. F''. 32091. joint 2tchg 5/286/4. ( champion John Ross it
parcels which have your written defenses, if owners doing business at public auction to thehlg..t the first round of district

been released as any to it, on the plain.tiff' under the firm name of S bidder .for cash.at Most Improved wen

r.cord.d in Official attorney whose & S BAIT & TACKLE 694 the. East front door of NOTICE OF INTENT TO PROTECTION; DEFINING hard-working Tint

Record Book I ISO page name and address Is N. Temple Ave., Starke, the Bradford County CONSIDER THE ADOPTHE BOUNDARIES OF Bowen and Jeff Johnson

372 and Official Record Dudley P. Hardy El- Fl. 32091 intends to Courthouse" in Stork., TION OF AN ORDISAID TAXING UNIT: both first-year players.

Book 181 page 207. quire. Pierce & Hardy. register said fictitious Florida during the legal NANCE ESTABLISHING AUTHORIZING THE LEVY

public records of Brad P.A. P.O. Drawer 1030. name under the. provisions hours of sale,' to-wit: THE BRADFORD COUNTY OF TAXES; ESTABLISH.
Also out at the
Star...., Florida 32091. given
ford County. Florida. of aforesaid 1:00: p.m. Wednesday MUNICIPAL SERVICE ING A MAXIMUM
and file the original with statute. June 3. 1981. same being TAXING UNIT FOR FIRE MILLAGE RATE; PRO. banquet were the letter

has been filed, against the clerk of the above Doted this 5t>" day of a legal sales day and a PROTECTION. DEFINING VIDING FOR THE ADOPTION S4-m7 and jackets given by the

you 'and you are required styled court on or May A.D. 1981 in Brad. legal "hour of sale. THE BOUNDARIES OF OF A BUDGET AND Located behind Powell's Dairy Freeze All Sports Club and the

to serve a copy before, June 15. 1981 ford Florida. 5/7 4tpd SAID TAXING UNIT: THE LEVY AND COLLEC. senior trophies the Clut

of you written otherwise a judgmentmay 5/28 DATED this" 13th day of AUTHORIZING THE LEVY TION OF TAXES WITHINOF provides for alJ

defenses, if any to II be entered against IN May, 1981.I.GILBERT. TAXES; ESTABLISH. THE SAID TAXING UNIT; Batteries $30 graduating athletes.
you for the relief IHE CIRCUIT COURTOF S. FIRE PROTECTION I Additional award
on RICHARD E. WELTY.Plaintiff' BROWN. ING A MAXIMUM DEFINING .
FLORIDA
demanded In the complaint EIGHTH Clerk. PROVIDING went out from the
attorney JUDICIAL MILLAGE RATE: PROVID. SERVICE; & Accessories girls
CIRCUIT
IN
whose address Is 954 or petition. AND FOR INGFORTHEADOPTION FOR THE Softball team to Coach

North Temple Avenue, the WITNESS seal of this my hand Court and COUNTY BRADFORD PIERCE & HARDY P.A.. OF A BUDGET AND THE DISPOSITION OF PROCEEDS stTh 1.00 off with.otj1r2L -" -' ,. Lee (Ca framed picture ol

Post Office Box 995. on Case No. 81208. /s/George H. Pierce LEVY AND COLLECTION FROM THE LEVY the team), and from the

Star..... Florida 32091. May Gilbert 7. 1981.S. Brown. At In re: The Marriage of P.O. Drawer 1030. OF TAXES( WITHIN THE OF SAID TAXES; PROVIDING girls track team plaquesto

on or before Jun. 15; DOROTHY Stork., Florida 32091. SAID TAXING UNIT: AN EFFECTIVE ODS Mrs. Searcy, Mrs.
Clerk of the Court WILLIAMSON
1981. and file the ByFaye : Attorney for Plaintiff. DEFINING FIRE PROTECTION DATE. Johnnie Johns and Mrs.
N. LYCANS. Wife/Peti
original with the Clerk Whltehead as ((904)964-5701.) SERVICE; PRO. YOU ARE FURTHER Anita Griffis for their
_ of this Court either Deputy Clerk./ tioner 5/21 2lcho" 328NOTICE VIDING FOR THE 015GIVEN NOTICE that a Real Estate
5/14 4tchg 6/". vs help with the team and to
'
before .service on Plaintiffs POSITION OF PROCEEDS copy of said proposed ordinance
OF
DAVID LYCANS.Hu.bandR..pond.nt Buddy Collings and the
attorney or immediately INTENTIONTO FROM THE LEVY OF SAID Is available for
thereafter: IN THE CIRCUIT REGISTER TAXES( : PROVIDING AN your Inspection at the. office 986 Telegraph coverage.
COURT. EIGHTH NOTICEOF 9647828GEORGE Temple Also the girls gave Coach
otherwise. a default FICTITIOUS EFFECTIVE DATE. of the Clerk of the
will be entered againstyou JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ACTION To: ALL CITIZENS. Circuit Court Bradford Revels an award: "just

for the relief FLORIDA IN AND FOR TO: DAVID LYCANS Cur.. NAME TAXPAYERS AND OTHER County Courthouse ROBERTS Broker what he needs", a pair of
BRADFORD COUNTY. rent Residence and Address the red and white girls
demanded
In the Com Pursuant Section INTERESTED PERSONS. Stark. Florida.
Unknown. to
plaint. FLORIDA. 865.09 Florida Statutes YOU AND EACH OF EACH AND EVERY PERSON ASSOCIATES: running shorts identicalto

Witness my hand and CIVIL ACTION YOU ARE HEREBY notice is YOU are hereby and having any Interest Weekends end Evenings Call the ones they boughtfor
NOTIFIED that hereby given
seal of this Court on Case No. 81198. an action that the .herewith given notlc. In whatever" In the enactment Richard/ Roberts ,,,,.5595 Ann'Godwin/ ''.st59 themselves before the
for Dissolution of und.rslgn.d.RODNEY ,
- May 12. 1981 AD.I In re: The Marriage of has been marriage filedagainst LEE SUMNER. accordance with Section of this proposed ordinance. Patsy Sllcox 964-6579 Norman Heddlng 964-5966 Region meet.

Gilbert S. Brown. as MARVIN I. McKINNEY. liR'rt' l'vBox'; 26f.S." i J 25x66 Florida .Statutes ., should appear John R.SmHtv964-6217: Undo W. Johns. 964-6097 j.It j.
Clerk of the Circuit Husband Plaintiff you: In the t Qrjf yi(% f' Ft1' .that t....BoGnt of County and be heard the time .
z Court. by: Marian \f styled action and you ar#.f i jf.'K&stone: Heights1. : ofTttnisaidnert of Brad. 11<111 'n"lfiT"p'I'o' cI"/ Ker'etrV' HOMES STARKE I R' '

,. McRae, Deputy Clerk./ DEBORAH ANN McKINNEY required to serve a copy "* 3tt5(>, sototownr doing/ lord County Florida at a prescribed. 3BR. IB,'frm. garage j 90x100' lot-Collins !PI.
business. under
S/l44tchgb,11. WifeDefendant,, of' your written defenses, the firmname regular meeting to be BOARD OF COUNTY Frame ham. on 2 lots with w.r.houaWa/nut/ St. FIOR11AJJDREAITY
of THE ,
if any to It, on D. WYATT EYEGLASS held at Boo: P.M. In the COMMISSIONERSBRADFORD IB Black 'Fenced 625 !Plnewood Dr. F'k
STORE P.O. Box 59
103
I NOTICEOF JOHNSON. Attorney forWifePetitioner County Commission COUNTY. .3BR IV,8. Block, nice 1320 Searing St.
IN THE CIRCUIT whoseaddress Edwards Rd. Starke, Fl. "
,
COURT. EIGHTH SUIT- Is Post Office 32091. intends to Meeting Room>> Bradford FLORIDA '3BR 28. 2100 .q. ft.lA apr.. 1'/.A., w/rnt. apts.-IOOW. "ptione 964.7700

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF NO PROPERTYTO Box 656. Melrose, register said fictitious County Courthouse, BY: Gilbert S. Brown. Frame ham., good location 2BR,2B-Park !Place. 393 N. Temple AvenueIN
ANN
DEBORAH tarke
: Florida on Mon. Clerk.
FLORIDA IN AND FOR Florida 32666 name under the provisions OUT-OF-TOWN HOMES
on or
McKINNEY 290 Main St.. lay, June 16, 1981. will Itchg 528.Ralph CITY
BRADFORD COUNTY. of aforesaid
before the 19th of
day 'MOBILE HOME-1971 Champion on 1 ac. Off Bayless Hwy. 1
FLORIDA. Calais.YOU Maine ARE 04619 HEREBY June. 1981. and file the statute consider ordinance the adoption ofon '3BR. IB, Irm. 21 acres 3-car garage-M.L. Starling Rd. 3 BR concrete bl.... house>> 1 J I

CIVIL ACTION NOTIFIED that action original with the Clerk of Dated this 22nd day of relating to: '4BR. IB, frame, large 'lot. lake Butler bath also extra apartment I
an AN ORDINANCE ESTAtllJNQ -
Case No. 81191. this Court either before May A.D. 1981 in Brad. with bath for additional
for Dissolution of marriage THE BRADORD 3BR 2B, Stucco Fireplace/ 301 South.
In re: The Marriage of service on Petitioner'sattorney ford Florida. 5/28 4tpd' !" Large lot 2 mobile homes-Sampson lake Rd. living area or could b.'
COUNTY
FREDDIE D. WILKISON has been tiledagainst 6/78. .'
rented
Can be bought furnished
or immediatelythereat' MUNICIPAL SERVICE Beautiful, 4 BR.2B brick apx. IDA-W. of Lawt.". .
Husband and HATTIE and
you are
you
SUE WILKISON. Wife. required to serve a copy 'r otherwise a INVITATlONTOjalp./ ..TAXING! UNIT( FOR FIRE Frame, S BR, IB. lg.outbldg..apx. 4% A..Stern Rd. or unfurnished.

NOTICE of your written defenses Default will be ..nter.dagoin.t SEALED BIOS WIM .BE], ':-tit.. ,'./ ,/ '3 BR. 18. frame. lOOs75Iot, w/garage In Hampton.,. 20
if you for the relief RECEIVED BY THE (tltY Pool/, FP. 3BR. 28. Brick/ ':"Country Club' area. ACRES. HAMPTON
OF SUIT- any to it, on the plain demanded in the I .. .. .. AREA' I
: NO PROPERTYTO tiff's attorney whose peti OF LAKE BUTLER AT 125 'Large approx. 5A., 3BR 28 S.R. 100E.

II : HATllE SUE name and address is tion.WITNESS' my hand and East Main>> Street' .,.,Lake Bryan Real Estate ACREAGE Cleared hay grass.mostly planted In i

WILKISON. Route 2. Box George H. Pierce Es. Butler. Florida qt. the 1 I.
the seal of this Court on 'at '360 Acres on Marklee Starling road.>>
P.O. Drawer regular meeting S: 13
1019. Franklin., North quire. 1030.
this 8th of '14 off
day May, Acres US-301 South.
_ Carolina. Stark., Florida 32091 P.M. on the followingquiprnent ESTATEm 30 ACRES .
1981. '7 acres, 2 trailer hook-ups Crosby Lake. Shores. With
YOU ARE HEREBY and file the original with ; listed RALPH BRYAN REAL stream thru property,
Gilbert S. Brown / I Lake lot lake.
Sampson
the clerk I Model1Diesel C701 1770.00 acre. ,
NOTIFIED that an action of the above 'fan.) per J
Clerk of the Court. By. 310 W. Call St. Approximately/ S acres In lawtey Area. t
'for Dissolution of marriage styled court on or Ford F 70O D or
"has been filed, before June 8. 1981 Marian McRae as Deputy equal 158 Wheelt'base (CO US 301 ft Call St.) -6 acres-OH SR233. ,5 ACRES BROOKER AREA
Clerk .
,. << '

: 1. Mobile Home lot Woodland/ Acres '
84" 24.000'No. > acre >> -
against you Haiti Sue otherwise a judgment 'j. C-* : 1r..vw */ Call J.R. Kelly for details,
5/l4ltchg .11
Wilki4an., and vnu- arm'r... may be entered against ; -. .... 964-8788ANYTIME Beautiful J 10 acres-Country Club area.

quired to serve a copy ;of, you for the ;relief NOTICE OFINTENTION 7000 Front/ Axle RPO MONDAY.FRIDAY 9-5 SATURDAY 9. 12 Nice lot Country Club. GOoD LOCATION

your written defenses if demanded in the complaint 17,500 Rear Two Speed p.m. 12 acres..of good land 3 B.
any to it. on the plaintiff or petition. TO REGISTER Axle .50/9.04 Ratio. Even/no, ; and Sunday appointment Room 2 bath home

s attorney whose WITNESS my hand and FICTITIOUS Fult 'Air Brakes (Cam Ralph P. Bryan. REALTOR _____ screened patioS Call for On
name and address is the seal of 'this Court on NAME Type>,RPO ERA appointment.

Dudley P. Hardy. Es. May 4, 1981.Gilbert 8.2k165 HP Diesel
quire. Pierce & Hardy. S. Brown As Pursuant to Section 36.000 H Test, Frame REDUCED BEST BUY AROUND FAULKNER
P.A P.O. Drawer 1030. Clerk of the Court By: 865.09, Florida Statutes sectiqn modules 11.84Wosr Just 'Inside city limits on I Acre (more land available) t 3 I bedroom bath corner lot

Starke' Florida 32091. Faye Whitehead as notice is hereby given Coast Mirrors 3BR 28ath' Brick home Fam. Km. Fireplace Sep. RERLTY In city.

and fthe/ original with' Deputy Clerk. that the undersigned Right and Left RPO Din. Rm. Eat-In Kitchen with stove S dishwasher '

the clerk of the above _5,74tchg 5/28 LAMAR A BARBARA 7000 Front Scfmgsxir closed garage ONLY $15.500 down assume Evenings: Please call

styled court on or IN THE CIRCUli DUDLEY. 1755 North 20.400 Rear Springs payments o( S245.6S month ('%""/ Int) TOTAL PRICE 9&4-5O&5,.111 Vernle Odom Broker

before, June 5. 1981. COURT. EIGHTH Temple Av... Star...., FL 4,000 Auxilory- Rear I : $45,000. CRI/, Phone 9645476.I.R. .

otherwise a judgmentmay JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF *2091, joint owners doIng Springs 4500 #.: igft .:V.\ !'-' ;= If" Kelly, Associate

be entered' against FLORIDA. IN AND FOR business under the 6-Cast SpokelWWeels20"X7.5' ( > COUNTRY CLUB Like new 3 lit.Z Bath Fam. Room with Lynn Davis Associate

you for the relief BRADFORD COUNTY. firm name of DUDLEY'S ( Rims '.> I fireplace l cent heat/air w/w carpet, closed garage,
221 I
It Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone
Five ;
demanded in the complaint FLORIDA. WESTERN DUDS 1755 Speedslon l $17,000 equity I assume $50,000 mortgage at 13%, total
or p.tltion.WITNESS CIVIL ACTION North Temple Ave.Starke 5tH gear d1r" price S67.CIOO.'WALK Office Space For Rent
my hand and FL 32091 intendsto 900X20-. 12 civ tires
Case No. 81190./
.
the seal of this Court on register said fictitiouscame highway tread 3B EIGHT ACRES Close to Starke.. Nice building/ .. MAKE CL-I
In re: The Marriage of TO TOWN/benk/post office/church 2 bedroom (
April/ 30. 1981. under the Heater and Defroster OFFER.
CHARLIE provisions .
LEE JONAS.
Two Electric 1 bath block home central heat/air sep. dining room I
Gilbert S. Brown As of aforesaid Speed
Clerk of the Court. B/ CURTIS Husband JONAS.and ALBERTA Wife, .statute.' Windshield. Wipers lam.' room $29,300, (Existing 1st mortgage apprax I GOOD BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY -,Hwy .301 Thriving

Marion McRae. as Deputy NOTICEOF Doted this 14ih' day of POWER STEERING $1S.500l'.3 /.%). ,operation.I>> $75.000 down. 964-5231

Clerk. May. AD: 1981 In Brad COMPLETE WITH:

3 7 4tchg 5 28.I. NO PROPERTY SUIT- ford. Florida>> 5/21 4tpd All Steel Platform .mobile ACRES homes.just $7,000.out of; city limits. Zoned. for homes or 4 PULLET CHICKEN HOUSES Nice country home. 25 OWNER MUST SEll

I.'. IHE CIRCUIT TO: ALBERTA CURTIS 6/11.I Body with twin Cylinder ,ACRES with nice pecan ,trees and Improved pasture So the price has been

COURT. EIGHTH JONES.unknown. address. IN THE CIRCUIT Underbody length. 12 Hoist Foot MINT CONDITION l Inside and out on almost 1 acre .In I Owner Financing. reduced on this 'large 4

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF COURT. EIGHTH Width 93 inches town.3 BR ] full both. Block home LR Fam. Rm.- Cent bedroom. IV* bath home.
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR YOU ARE HEREBY'NOTIFIED I ARGE FRAME HOME good condition ZONED BP .
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN 4' Cross sills, 12"on Heat/air Almost/ new stove ..f. I dishwasher 37900.
that
BRADFORD COUNTY. an action Could be used as a Duple/ with good Incom. Room for NEW LISTINGlet
AND FOR BRADFORD Centerstructural 145.000.
FLORIDA. for Dissolution. / of marriage I two' more units.
COUNTY FLORIDA. channel' longsills us show you this 3
has been filed,
CIVIL ACTION CASE NO. 81.18.WALDEN -' 3 16" Gauge Smooth 'Neat' 2 BR Frame, Cor.'lot creened-ln front porch bedroom, 1 bath home on
Case No. 8I-2I3CA/ against you Alberta Cur. t iWY 301 North. 20.5 acres with Large Country Home. Improved nice
a corner lot.
B. Steel floor closed In bock $22.500 $27,900.
porch.
In re: The Marriage of ti> Jonas, and you ore required WADSWORTH. 42' High. 10 Gauge I I.Z'I pasture and goad timber WALK TO TOWN
JAMS!: T. FELTNER. Husband to serve a copy of
Plaintiff Front Bulkhead with' Cab From this 3
$5.000S Acres $1000 Terms.SR230E bedroom. 2
.and CAROLYN STELTNER. your written defenses, ,if vs Window covered witttexpanded acres I LAKE GENEVA ESTATES 2 b..utlful/arll'ota/ with nice both home. 37000.

Wife any to it, on the plaintiff ARTHUR BRUNO et al. metal ,new of the /lake.12Vt LOOK
NOTICEOF whosename S'/t' acres fine strand of harvesteble timberiurveyed AT THIS
s
attorney
Defendants. 14' HIgh. 10 Gauge for 9 lot subdivision 22500. Nice neighborhood
Comeswith
SUIT and address is NOTICE OF MORTGAGE Contractors Sid... Welded ACRES with very nice 4 BR. 2.. STUCCO heme. this 3
NO PROPERTYTO Dudley P. Hardy. Esquire FORECLOSURE SALE solid, with S Braces (,creened porch courtyard and patio. home bedroom I both
: JAMES T. FELTNER. Pierce & Hardy.P.A. Public notice I. herebygiven per side. Approx.. 20 acres US 301 goes to Railroad Wooded COMMERCIAL 31500./

2128 Barth Avenue. In.dianopol. K.O Drawer 1030. that pursuant to Twin cylinder out. 3.000( per A. with terms.. IX, ACRES with older frame house. Lawtey are. 3.3 beautiful

... Indiana. Stark. Florida 32091. and In strict accordance board mounted under. for acres zoned
.file. the with' '10 $22.000 and $24.000 with duplexes/ or' apart
and original Acres waaded pines
YOU ARE HEREBY with the Summary Final body hoist. 16 ton 1.8 ACRES with M.H. and built-on. Only' $23,500. ments. /
the clerk of the above Walking distance ta
terms
NOTIFIED that" an action Judgment of Foreclosure capacity at SO degree the

for Dissolution. of marriage styled court on or entered in this cause on dumping angle on 84" lOSE: TO SCHOOLS. 3BR. 1 1'10 both. Nice concrete block $21.700.00.shopping center.

has been filed before, Jun. 5. 1981. May Uth. 1981. the C.A. .I Acre mobile Ham lot $3,000. tome with BBQ pit and deck.Apartments. ACREAGE

against you JAMES T. otherwise a judgmentmay undersigned Clerk of Installed on chosis, including
FELTNER and you are required be entered against said Court will on the PTO. mudflops. WE HAVE OTHER LISTINGS-CALL US FOR All YOUR REAL I t. a 1.000 .cr... Call ui

to serve a copy of you for the relief 3rd day of June. 1981. lights. and reflector to ESTATE NEEDS. for Rent with your specific needs.

your written defenses if demanded in the com sell the following FMUSS SPECIFICATIONS. CALL US AT ".....7.. ANYTIME DAY OR NIGHTII Property Management Services
any to it, on the plain. plaint or petition. described real property PAINTED DARK BLUE Appraisals Terry A. Galnes-7C2-398I
tiffs attorney whose WITNESS my "hand and situate in Bradford County BLACK. AFTER HOURS Kay C. Waters-964-6941
Susan M.
name and address is the seal of this" Court on Florida. lo-wit: BIDS Will BE RECEIVED Lillian C. Pearson Navls Ward Irene L. Foulkner-ftf AITOR-964-506S Eileen Stanley-473-3063

DUDLEY P. HARDY. Esquire April/ 24. 1981. UNTIL 5 00 P.M. JUNE 10. roker/SaleimanC/ Broker/Salesmen. Faulkner.. UALTOR.ASSOCIATI.'U.SI..2Lucill. Patsy L.wsa"-'U'27

Pierce t Hardy." Gilbert S. Brown. As A parcel of land lying In 1981 at lake Butler City Office' Manager '....7454 Spry-BROKER SALESMAN-964-8420 Corner of U.S. 301 South

P.A., P.O. Drawer 1030. CI.rk of the Court. By: the NE 'I. of NE'4 of Sec Hall 125 East Main '*''.UII Sondra W. Reddish.SALESMAN-43M303 and Edwards Road
James R. Reddish SALESMAN-43I-I203





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Carlo Horvath and Lennard Register, III/


Carla Denise Horvath, daughter of ing collar that draped diagonally in ( iryh fFodat7id

Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Ilorvath ol the front to the waist and a wide sash

Altamonte Springs and Lennard Ber tied in front. They wore a circle of

nard Register, HI of Live Oak son of daisies in their hair and carried
Mr. and Mrs. Lennard B. Register lighted candles in glass chimneys
1a4 If.a4l
Jr. of Starke were united in marriage decorated with daisies and ribbons. 11/

Saturday, !May 2, at 7 p.m. in College Julie Zimmer served as flower girl 67'L _
Park Baptist Church,.Orlando. and Chris Blair was ring-bearer. Gail Soc .I'I edrhfdry ul'ewJ !

Judge L. Arthur Lawrence per Winbon directed the wedding.The L/4 fY n

formed the ceremony and Dr 0 bride, given In marriage by her 7 964.760/f
Charles Norton read the prayer'and father, wore a white satin gown with a

scripture. chiffon overlay with appliques of

Highlighting the altar were white French lace on the bodice and aroundthe _
wicker baskets filled with daisies and lower edge of the train and skirt.
fern against a background of palms Seed pearls were used on the appli- r Little Women Plan Pionothon To Be Held

and two candle branches which formed ques. Her veil of illusion had French Three-Day House Tonight, May 28A

arches. The family pews were lace appliqued around the edge. She At Lake

marked by candles in chimneys carried a bouquet of pale yellow Party pianothon will be held Thursday,

decorated with fern daisies and roses, white orchids white daisies The Little Women's Club held a May 28, continuing from 6:30( to 9:30:
yellow ribbons. Candles were in all and orange blossoms.A called last Thursday p.m. at the Starke Woman's Club
the windows. reception was held in the church special meeting under the direction of Mrs. L.A.
evening at the Woman's Club at 6:30
Fellowship Hall, which was decoratedwith Canova
Presenting a program -of nuptial ferns, palms and baskets of p.m.Suzy. There will be a 15-minute break at
Alvarez first
vice-president,
,
music were Mrs. John Zimmer, daisies. the end of each hour to give the audience -
in the absence of the
organist and Jimmy Alvarez and Sal- The bride's table was covered witha t ti presided presi- time to come or go. During the

ly Meadors, soloists. white lace cloth and centered with athreetiered dent. intermissions refreshments will be
Club voted unanimously to
The two mothers were ushered to wedding cake flanked by The served by the Woman's Club
at
the front to light the candles which antique silver candelabras. Louise i / sponsor a three-day house party from Piano teachers participating will be

Len and Carla used to light the unity Babbitt and Tanya Clifton cut the 1 Kingsley Lake this summer Miss Louise Stern Mrs. Debbie Wood-
3 for their
June 30 through July
candle. The bride's mother received a cake. fin Mrs. Canova and Joey Herres

yellow rose and kiss as she came in The food table and punch table were members.and Senior Mrs. Sandra Sponsors Reddish, Mrs. Joan will The pianothon will be for the benefitof

and the groom's mother received a covered with white lace cloths. A Chitty the Community Projects sponsoredby
of mothers who
yellow rose and kiss as she was leav- silver punch bowl centered the punch head up a committee the Woman's Club.
will chaperone and provide food on a
ing. table and silver trays of finger foods The students are soliciting sponsor-
basis the three days
hour during
Mr. Register attended his son as were placed on the food table. 24 Committees will be set ships at $1.00 each but the public is
and
nights. up
best man. Ushers were Glenn Hor- Sheryl Milhoan kept the bride's activities invited to attend with $1.00 admissionat
for meals boating skiing ,
,
vath the bride's brother, Steve and book. and I the door.Weeks .
Chuck Register, the groom's Following a 15 day wedding trip to and other special the projects house activities -
three-day
brothers, Jerry Blair, Dave Simmonsand Europe touring Austria Germany. during
Blair. Glenn and Italy and Switzerland the will party.
candles.Alan Alan lit the reside in Live Oak couple Mrs. Chitty announced that letters &1 U.D.C.

will be mailed out to all the member's y ;
Miss Vicki Horvath attended her The bride is a graduate of Florida w To Hold Installation-
for the
sister as maid of honor. Attendantswere State University with a degree in In- parents regarding the plans Covered Dish Luncheon
house party, and that the parents
terior .
Design.Mr.
Gleason
Lynn Judy Crowson
is of the must return to the sponsors the per- W.T Weeks chapter. L'.L).C will
Sally Meadors, Gwen Blythe 'and Register a graduate Gail ReddIsh
Margie White. They were attired University of Florida Law School andis mission letter signed by the parents hold their annual covered dish luncheon -
and/or guardian, before their \\\ednesiljs
and installation on
Assistant State
alike in yellow voile gowns with flow- Attorney.
daughter can participate.In Miss Gail Reddish, June 3. at 11 a.m. at the Hmgsle
other action, the club voted to Rene GonzalezTo Lake home of Mrs. W.B. :Mund with

Lynne Gaskins HonoredAt Miss Kelly Mrs. Lennard Register. Ill buy a professional hair dryer chair Mrs. Charley E. Johns and :Mrs Guy
Bridal Showers Tracy .for the ladies at the Starke Nursing Wed June 6 Sale as co-hostesses.

Brunch HonoreeMiss Home and also to purchase a wall Mrs. Thelma Reddish of Starke announces Mrs Buford :Mitchell ol Keystone

Friday evening.. May 22, Lynne Tracy Ann Kelly whose mar Starke Golf clock and reality board combinationfor the engagement and approaching Heights will be instatiin' itlicer!
Gaskins was honored at a Calling of the Home.
John A. Torode, Jr. will be an the residents of her
riage to And marriage daughter
Country _
Shower held at the First Christian .
event of June 20, was complimentedat Gail, to Rene Gonzalez son of Mr and C. '
Starke. Hostesses for the
Church in brunch Saturday at the Sister's Club News Mrs. Otilio Gonzalez of Hialeah. Miss
a B-U Retired Teachers Brown were in
event were aunts of the recent bride: Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Restaurant in Orange Park given by The Starke Golf and Country Club Reddish is also the daughter of the D.C. last week visitingher
Jean Newman Patsy Newmanand Washington
Mary Mrs. Frank Kilgo, Mrs. David' Jones women have many activities plannedfor hold luncheon meeting late Rodman D. Reddish.
Stewart.
Linda Newman. Joan Mowry and son Joe
Donna Mowry assisted in cutting the and Mrs. Vernon Brinson aunts of the the summer. Join the club so you Members of the Bradford-Union

cake and punch. prospective groom. can participate.The Retired Teachers Association held a The couple will be married Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Robert White and
serving
Corsages were presented to the The L-shaped dining table held daisies.two pool is open now and a meeting Thursday May 21, in the day, June 6, at 4 p.m. at Pine Level sons of Gainesville spent Sunday and
and
guest of honor her mother, Alice arrangements of roses lifeguard is on duty Wednesday Methodist Church Educational Baptist Church.All Monday with their parents. :Mr and
Faye Waters her mother-in-law, Bridal place cards marked the Saturday, 12 noon to 6 p.m. and Sun- Building in Lake Butler. Mrs Olin White. Joining the family on
Caludine Gaskins and her grand- seating arrangement for the 20 guests day 12:30: to 6 p.m. Kathryne Epperson installed new friends and relatives are invitedto Sunday were Michael White and Patty
included Mrs. George Kelly Golf attend.
mothers, Louise Newman and which May 30 Member-Prospect officers. They are: presidentMuriel Williams of Gainesville
mother of the honoree and Mrs. John Tournament. Covered dish supper at Norman; 1st vicepresidentGeorgiaWatson
Waters.
Florence
The refreshment table was covered Torode, Sr. mother of the prospectivegroom. 1 p.m and dance at 8:30: p.m. ; secretary-Mona Canova;
The tournament will be Scotch
with cloth with a lace corresponding secretary-Blanche
burgundy
a the
The hostesses presented scored Entry
Doubles and Calloway.
Howard and treasurerMaryFaulkner.
centered with ;
overlay cloth. It was an
of multi colored silk honoree with the platter to her chosen fee is $2 per person-no geens fees for .
arrangement china pattern as a memento of the oc prospective members. Let Herb Her- Januaryclearance
cake decorated with
flowers. The was
pink flowers and was placed at one casion. res know if you plan to attend and how 30 members were in attendance for L' "
and the punch many prospective members you are the business meeting and luncheon. tj.JlAk(
end of the table crystal .
--- -- --- - Dinner will be covered dish
bul I was at the other end. Mints and bringing. Before lunch was served birthday
with the club furnishing the meat. $1per chairman Georgia Watson presented
nuts were also served from the table. On Tuesday night, May 19, Miss person will be charged. small gift packages to five memberswho
covered with '
a
table
The was .
gift ,
0
and centered Kelly was. given a bridal shower by' ;:There will be two sessions! .s of swimm celebrated birthdays in May, Sale
lace cloth was
white .
members-ot JUethodjstGroup\ ggyen I lessons "for'pttenieTs|$ only the oa
. oC..silk fg 'Revj. Dan Parr is h gave devotions a
uiitiva floral arrangement following the monthly meeting;, at.trje Debbie Oliver.on July 6-16,9 >, Q
flowers. .. J <': taught by and asked the blessing.The ...(
home of Miss Sandra Tompkms. lessons $25 Monday to Friday and center of the buffet table was .
four MayMay
the were : Jln
Among guests .,1 -
to Thursday. ,.
of .Florence Monday decorated with a Maypole and the
generations consisting of the bride; Claudette Peterson July 20-30; nine lessons for $25. other tables were decorated with q
Waters grandmother
Monday thru Friday and Monday thru buds donated Mrs
beautiful rose by
Dukes her
Helen
her daughter ; Shower HonoreeMiss 6th 30th
Parson with her baby Thursday, 11-12:00: ; lifesaving skills, Blanche Howard. -
daughter. Mary
Claudette Peterson bride- Monday and Tuesday $25.

daughter. Amy Parsons elect of Donald Frees, was honored ata June 12, Dance $5 couple at 7:30: ;

. . . . . bridal shower Monday evening p.m. There will be a disc Jockey. Br- -- ----

May 18, given by Mrs. P.T. Nolm ing your favorite hors d'oeuvers. Shana Schmitt 10% 90% ofT
On Wednesday, May 13, a Mrs. Gary Brewer Mrs. John D. July 4 Family Fun Day Celebrates Ninth ). y

miscellaneous; bridal 'shower was Johns Mrs. Oscar Crosby, Mrs. Warren

!given 'honoring Mrs. Lynne Waters Winkler, Mrs. J.V. Crosby Sr. T-shirts will be available soon with BirthdayMr. "{ c4 ItemsAsk

Uaskiris.; :' recent bride by hostesses and Mrs. Don Patray at the home of County Club logo. and Mrs. Charles Schmitt gavea On Selective

:\lrs.IShirley'' Norman: and Mrs. DollySimpsqn the latter on E. Call Street. 22, for their --== =
Fridays May
pizza party \
fit (the home.o( the latter onHamptotl Mrs. Noun and Mrs. Johns greetedthe Miss Dec Moredock daugntefrSnafta' ; ,on her ninth birthday -
Lake: Approximately 20 guests at the door and presentedthem h
Honored LuncheonMiss *
at Z.
ladies from the First PhtuflianChurcn'nh ; } to the receiving line composedof -
\' "'Hampton attended'. .: the the honorees.her mother Mrs. Dea Moredock, whose mar The party decorated room in at the their Strawberry home wasgayly about credit toward non-sale i terns9eG

-.howier. James Peterson and Mrs. Charlotte riage to Robert Paterson III will be Shortcake theme with pink and red

Co 'sages of fresh miniature pink Hoffman mother of the prospective an event of June 27, was com streamers and balloons hanging from

and nhite carnations; were' presentedto groom. plimented at.,a luncheon Saturday, the 'ceiling. The gift table was
tl 111 e('ftoftoYbe'' !; her''mother,1,# Mrs. Mrs. Oscar Crosby kept the guest May 23. given by Mrs. Muriel Gay centered with a strawberry shortcakedoll

liar( d Waters?' 'ftd"fu"Mrs touisedrnothe.r book. Mrs. Otto Siemer Mrs. Levon Andrews bowl of peppermint

?;\;111iJ J;! } ,'of thr::,biJUJe.efc The refreshment table was covered and Mrs. Warren Winkler at bon.bons.sitting The in refreshment a table was

Sh \A't! : : '' }'\'*'ere; pla' >'FUTon"'ellbniJ > with a white linen cloth and centered th-sThome of the latter on West Pratt covered with a red linen cloth and

:Mrsdoor. Ltlcf vas awarded' the with an arrangement of roses flanked Street. centered with a birthday cake in the
'rize. by single silver candle holders with The six dining tables were covered of strawberries and topped
1 1'L II li'iJ V shMPn11ab1erosQk W ** {Ill?:r-*whrt 'ta1 ers*nMrs. Crosby cut the with white linen cloths and centered shape shortcake doll.
a lai ..fflhtr?'WA>tenerVd( w ith:fan ar- cake and Mrs Brewer presided at the "with miniature arrangements of red with The a 30 strawberry guests enjoyed games and

rang 'rtfeM' nnf fresh spring flwersr'' punch bowl. q<\v :r./:-. rose and baby's breath in crystal refreshments during the party hours.
The SRe1: ''waS>de'c' 'raied in Lynn\ s The gifts "*ere' displajed( ;; in the vases.:Hand decorated place cards of Shana's friends spent the
pink and rOQn1 at table covered with a flowers marked with Eight
brld 1 colors of burgundy famvly a with: tatted and went to the Shrine paradeon
iilxel Also served},were cold{drinlot-,. : j Mtfn'clo.thleiclged-with. lace:'td! the' >.' stating arrangement, for the 24Jguests night
.. Saturday morning.
"' Ii
eotfe '3Ihd'Snacks" I IHo family room was also a crystal punchbd : : which included Mrs. R.G.

quets ol fresh flowers', were wI l-cejs l } rgtv.on? a ,round Tablf.-i:' gaterson.Jr., mother of the prospective -
placed at points of interest in the party : covered'wih a linen cloUf''amCde. place .:::- groom. ..

l room."I" :'* Fern encircled! : the punch bowl 1 ;? Out-of-town guests were Ms. Patsy :.5iCoO Poin'ts: : :

interspersed with rose buds. ,. '4,,' ('Bailfy of Tampa Mrs. Bill King of .'. .. :
\\r-
honoree with the sugar'and r'. "Sanderson of Gainesville.The ; rin ', i ; I
Wher chosen china pattern as "amementa hostesses presented the "
Miss Ellen Hagan | of the occasion. honoree with a Revere Ware covered ,Servfcr nt.r .: 1

Shower Honoree ;C..; ;'J: f Fifty guests called between the sauce pan as a memento of the occa

!Miss Ellen Hagan. whosejmarrjage; hours 7'30: and 9:30: p.m.. sion.eel KOCH'S DRUG STORE

to Dan McKinne will be an event ofw, 166 W. Call St.

June 27. was honored with a bridal 1 Starke. Fl.
shower Tuesday.' May 19. given b>'

:Eleanor Mrs Wilma Norton.Peeples and. ':Mrs ot' Pork lfat t\fl May 29, 1981

Games were played and 9 A.M. 1 P.M.SPECIAL .

refreshments served to the 12 guests

which included the honoree's mother.

:Mrs Edna Hagan of Graham and the \:. : '
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prospective groom's mother Mr*. Special .F ". it
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Bettie Mizelle of Starke. : "t1 t-\l. I::0-\

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Engaged> Couple $330 : SONNY .c.t'"t" \\...'.;0.\\.tt .,I'-ttl1C

Dinner Honorees'Miss ,, 111.: 1,\:tit't -t.
Betty Ann Crawford and Cliff Reg 4.60 value ''t'c'. ii c t11ti1 '0c.
'cf "
Chapman whose marriage.will be an .... .t' ,. \ spt.t. .
Includes French Fries Cole Slaw ti
event of June 13 were honored at an t T111 ttt l :- ,
informal dinner party Saturday nightgiven Garlic Bread Iced Tea ':ioO': ;: ""

bMr.. : and Mrs. Freeman DISCOUNTII 'iiI'.1 \
BATTERY
Register. III. :Mr. and Mrs. Richard tPJt
DuRger and :Mr. and Mrs Robert >ou can't coiml, l h\' we'llto

latter in .. ..... JuM call .
Autry at the home of the ---- / \1111 you t ii" tS

Countr\ Club Estates i *St-k. .stori. inj".I J

The buffet table in the dining room of ....-...................- nINNNN -...-..-..---. '.,. :
was centered ban' arrangement ,;,,\'.,(
Shasta daisies flanked by yellowcandles "\. -
in procelain holders. Eat-In Only \)

Wicker baskets of shasta daisies \\.\.

were used in the living room and on No .... e..
the deck.where dining tables were setup Coupon Necessary 5 POINTS HEARING AIDS e iIt

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The hosts presented the couple witha _NNNIIN/InI111NIN1.....-.1! .1Sonn.y's Dtvaton ot CNS. Inc
1911 MARGARET STREET Z
large plant as.a memento of ,the oc-
casIon. Real Pit Bar-JB-Qnc JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32304Phoo :

Thirty guests enjoyed' ,the affair 230 N". Temple. Starke 964-88-40 ((904)) 353-0836! 1 1 / 1 :11
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by Dolores Meng .. N NBoat
.- --.. -S..... Hampton Hilites
Phone 4681913Hampton Fire
I Visit Middle School: On Sunday a boat belonging to E.W.
Carole Stevenson, Debbie Bigham Hodges was destroyed by fire. Mark
t and Principal Connie Clark accompanied was using the boat at the time when
7th graders last Tuesday to the< the battery fire spread to the'remainder -
i t Middle School: in Starke. There they of the boat. Mark was for-
were greeted by faculty members and tunate to escape without injury. Also
r BETA Club members who gave them they were thankful the dock. or
a tour of the school. They also appredated 4u buildings were not damaged.
the welcome extended by Horn for Weekend ,
the Middle Schol Chorus and Band. Tom Paladino who is employed at
Principal Dewey McKinney and Freeport in the Bahamas spent from
I Assistant Principal Billy McRae explained Thursday to Monday visiting his
procedures of new students. family here. He repairs diesel enginesand
Josie Williams told them of the was glad for a few days break.
rules and regulations they would be On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. :tom
expected to follow when entering the Paladin Tommy and Stacy enjoyed
school. dinner with her mother Evelyn

Mr. Loper explained physical Elementary School: Perry,at Sonny's in Gainesville.They
education activities. were celebrating Mrs. Perry's birthday
Sandy BtVtjkttA was 11 years old on May '
Among the tour guides were former which occurred on May 26.
Pictured are Tracy Voungblood.Mlndy 23. On May 21 Cindy Bartlett
schoolmates Tracy Baez and Billy Mersey and Judy Cowger (in celebrated her birthday.Cheryl Meng Hampton Ilnnnr Christian ll AcademyR
o
Bauldree. background) working with pulleys. celebrated her 22nd birthday on May the A and A/B Honor
Those making
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....... --. r+. Quinton Ford.Roy Payne and Mark
last and entire
Mrs. Rich Surprised Rhoden work on experiments.In 23.Happy Birthday to Donna Parado Roll for the quarter
in Mrs. Arlene Rich's are A Honor Roll: Melodic
I Linda Bowen former Girl of Third graders connection with their study of who is 13 today May 281 year
:MarieVjnn receiving Girl of the Year pin from class surprised her last Friday with Energy Conservation students In Min Hampton Lake Brown Trish Jones, Tracy Michele
the Year. one dozen beautiful roses. They then dy McLean's 4th grade class and 5th Edward Clayton accompanied An Mark Crawford and
First Un. Methodist presented her with a 14K gold serpen- graders in Claudette Peterson's class na's mother Mary Taibi on her flight Whitehead.
Marie Wynn Receives tine necklace with a medallian inscribed recently conducted Lab experiments to New York to visit A/B Honor Roll: Melissa Brown
last Thursday
Church NewsA
'The Best'. Jolene Friese and and Wendy Sullivan.
Awards at Xi Iota Implementing simple machines In relatives. Ed also plans to visit his
special invitation is extended to Inger Campen bought in a decorated saving energy. mother. Mabel Clayton in Old Tappan A/B for entire year: Danny
Delta MeetingMarie all to join the special awards and cake and the group all enjoyed cake They were grateful to Dave PHn- New Jersey. Johnson, Cindy Sullivan and Wendy
Wynn received the Xi Iota graduation ceremony this Sunday in i and punch. Mrs. Rich was indeed surprised negar who assisted them In building Randy' and Sallye Scoggins, April Sullivan.
Delta awards for Valentine the sanctuary at the 11 o'clock morning and appreciated the kindness puley stands and lever boards for use and Erik spent three days visiting On May 17, 1981, a special Kinder
Sweetheart and Girl of the Year at the worship service. The graduates extended. in their work. relatives in Rainbow Springs last garten graduation service was held
May 5 meeting held at the home of from BHS will also be recognized at week. They also enjoyed fishing, for Marty Johnson.
of Mr. and Mrs. Otis
Harriet Bryan.After this time. Veterans of Foreign) Wars those fresh Marty the son
and
a short business meeting Mrs. The Hampton Post 10557( VFW will son. Glen Mattheus of Folkston swimming eating Melton of Starke was the only kinder
Bryan served refreshments anpresented The Youth Banquet will be held this meet on Tuesday, June 2 In the City Georgia; Marcus and Cecile Lanier fish.Marty and Lori and Amanda gartener this year. However he was
a program on Aerobic and Sunday at 7 p.m. All youth are Invitedto Hall at 7:30:, p.m. Anyone who Is a and children Pam and Cindy of West Meng Mr. and Mrs. given special recognition due to his
Jattete come and bring a friend. The entertainment veteran of military service with Palm Beach. Scott Wilson of West visited her parents completing first grade work in the
attend. Palm Beach Mr. and Mrs. Gayer Willard Stinson near Orlando Sunday Word and Spelling.
will not be disappointing oversees duty is welcome to areas of Bulding
Tickets are vailable in the church office Lanier of Orange Park. Mr. Mat and Monday.Joe .
Mrs. Spyros Drivas $1 per couple and 50< single.ThisIs Happy Anniversary theus' sister Lilly Walker of High Meng arrived home in Monday Chat-
With Three an annual event given by the United Dewey and Margie McClellan Springs spent the past week with from Tennessee. Temple
Honored Methodist Women for all youth 6th celebrated their 19th Wedding An- them. They were all busy harvestingtheir tanooga.Mr. Stefanelli v
Stork ShowersMrs. grade and no. niversary on May 20. They enjoyed a garden produce visiting and entertained. and their Mrs. children Henry Mr. and
weekend to Cedar Kev. eating that delicious food!
honored at trip
Drivas was Jacksonvilleand
of
Spyros Mrs. Albert Stefanelli
will be Church Fellowship Cecil and Louise Mattheus Recent Birthdays Silver polish is laid to
two There a
stork showers in the past Robert Stefanelli of
three Mr. and Mrs.
celebrated her second -
Wed. June Melissa Taylor take marks off
Covered Dish Dinner this celebrated their 46th wedding anniversary Memorial Day crayon
weeksOn Thursday night. May 7, a stork 3, at 7 p.m. All members and friends on May 25. Among those birthday on May 7. Wando Smith Gainesville over linoleum or vinyl tile
shower was given for Mrs. Drivas by need to plan to attend to help welcomeand joining in the celebration were their celebrated her birthday on May 21. holidays.
and Mrs. Merrill honor the new members for 1981 -
Mrs.: W 11. Johns
Dees at the home of the latter on Col :i

Icy The Road refreshment table was The Council on Ministries is havinga : .
centered with an arrangement of planning retreat June 12-13 at
crammer flowers. Epworth-by-the-Sea on St. Simons HT1WEpogL
Games were played by the 10 guests Island. There will be working sessions
and prizes awarded. and a time to sightsee and swim.
The hostesses gave Mrs. Drivas a Those attending will be planning the
Mellow patch work handmade pillowcase ministries and programs of the
and blanket as a memento of the church for 1981. It is important to

occasion have as many people present as possi

.. . . ble. Transportation will information be providedby call ,
the van. For more
the church office. ;
Tuesday night, May 19. Mrs. Drivas
was given a stork shower by Mrs. OUR PHILOSOPHY
Leonard Register Jr., Mrs. Wilbur The Youth Music Workshop. for ris-
Cox and Mrs Gene Folsom at the ing 9th graders through college
home of the latter on WashingtonStreet students will be held July 5-11 at
Florida Southern College in ISTOSERVEYOUA
The gut table was centered with an Lakeland Fl. If interested information -
arrangement of peach and yellow silk is available on monies and registration -
summer flowers The refreshmenttable Call Phyllis Carver by June 5.

was centered with a tall stork .. .. ..- THAT'SBETTER '
j carrying a baby. HAMBURGER: : '
and prues '-" '

.. . ... Mr. and Mrs. Steve Tilley and son of | -
Orange Park and Mr. and Mrs. Steve THAN
Thursday. May 21, Mrs. Charles Hardaman of Gainesville were Sun- ,
Hill and Mrs Miriam C'happell gavea day visitors of their parents, Mr. and
+ loik shower for Mrs. Drivas at the Mrs. W.E. Tilley,
Dnvas home on W Adkins Street.An GUY9S.AND

arrangement of yellow table.chrysanthemums Mr. and Mrs. William S. Peters of THE OTHER' .
centered the gift
and Kingsley Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Joe
<:times with prizes of Atlanta last week with
Peters spent
the 30
.
refreshments re enjoyed by
at
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Topping
gmsts Lake Tahoe. Calif.
The hostesses gave Mrs. Drivas a

high" chair as a memento of the occasion Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Carter are PUTTINGOUR

; visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Mar WE9RE
shall at St. George Island this week.
Did You Know...........
Richard Eggers of Huntsville Ala.
Mrs J K. Hardy returned last was weekend guest of Mr.and Mrs.B. MONEY WHERE
Thursday after 12 days visit with her J. Eggers.; The Eggers also had as
da'"ithter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Monday visitors Mr. and Mrs. John
Jim Key in Seattle Washington.Mr Eggers and family and Mr. and Mrs.
Davis Byers of Jacksonville.Mr. .
: and Mrs. V J Spengler spent MOUTH IS.
Saturday to Thursday at Daytona and Mrs. Frank Palmer Sr. YOUR
Bearh visited Mr. and Mrs. Palmer. Jr. in
Jacksonville over the weekend.Members .
Mr and Mrs! Ilolbrook Gossett of ,
Mohile. Ala were Friday to Monday of St Vincent de Paul ... '... l' Yy.r4r
guests of her brother and sister-in Society of St Edwards Church had a "'. '
law. :Mr and Mrs. L C. Early. beach party Sunday at the Kingsley .i :,
Lake home of) Mr. and Mrs. Gerald
Mr: and Mrs Fred Thomson and Moran. ,y,;' +' :r f
famIly of Tallahassee spent the long ..,. ,
weekend with his mother Mrs. W.il. Miss Gee Silbermon of Cerritos
Thomson at Kingsley Lake Calif was weekend guest of Mrs. W.
B Mundy and Miss Jean Mundy at
Miss; Adrienne Barry of BirmIngham Kingsley Lake.
Southern College is home for .
the summer! During the summer Capt. and Mrs. J. B. Godwin. Jr.
months she will be working for the and family of Charleston S.C. spent
Sfarki- Recreation Center.Mr the long weekend! with his parents.Mr. .
and Mrs J. B. Godwin, Sr. "
: md Mrs J W Hitch were in
Washington., over the weekend to Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson of
.lttenc1l\1rs. Hitch's 19:11: iSOth class Macon Ga. were Saturday to Monday
reunion guests of Mr. and Mrs. J G. Jackson.Mr. K [?

Mrs H.irbara Harvey' of Atlanta and Mrs. Larry White

spent the weekend with her sister celebrated their first wedding an- ., .,yAIN'T
Mrs! Jackie Johns. niversary over the weekend at

Daytona Beach. GO ANYPLACE ELSE..
TO
The Tuesday night bridge club had NO REASON
dinner Tuesday night at the Yearling Mrs. F. L. Clough of Douglas Ga.
Restaurant with eight attending.Mrs and daughter. Miss Iris Clough of)

Denver. Colo were last Friday night , I I:, . .
Janet Turner spent Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. 1H
to Monday in Jacksonville Jackson.Mr. r..I..I.
visiting her daughters. Misses Kay
and ('I.lireTurner and Dr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Fred Snell of St. FREE FREE .

T.e:. Hitch Augustine were Memorial Day guestsof FREE -
Mrs. Joan Chitty and family. SINGLE H SINGLE .
Mrs. James Barron returned last SINGLE m

Thursday after five days by at her Ormond sister. Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Douville of HAMBURGER H BURGER HAMBURGER
joined
Beach She was and Edward Orange Park and Buddy Grider of w -
Mrs. Martha Johnston Fernandina Beach visited their YOU BUY ANY
WHEN
Hathaway of Miami Mrs. R.H. Grider ANY WHEN YOU BUY ANY
parents. Mr. and WHEN YOU BUY SANDWICH 1 1Ciood .
and Mrs. Ed- during the weekend. SANDWICH
Mrs. Myrtle Anderson SANDWICH I
at parlk-ipatinK Wendy's. .
Merritt Island spent Goixl at p.uticlp.itiuK Wendy's. .
Schwab of '
ward Mrs. A.S. Harrison were in Wendy's Not valid with other utter or Kid's HJNPAK
Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Nurirt; | it .irlivip.ttint with, other tiller or Kid's KUNI'AK. any
weekend with Not valid any
the long Anderson at Santa Fe Lake and Perry Ga. Friday to Monday visiting Not valid, with any other' otter 4>r Kid's ordering. HUNI'AK.1'le.uie Plrasepresentcouponwhen ordering Please present coupon: when ordering I.I
John W.B. Harrison. whvii One coupon per customer.:
in Starke. Mr. and Mrs. prt'M'nt' iimpoii One coupon: per"t'"lum.r.'
Mrs. James Barron 'II'I""II..r. Cheese tomato extra and I
Onl'l'IIIII"'IIIl'r| Cheese, tomato extra and .
the recent business- C'hcese.tomatoexlra.md" tax extra where applicable.
where applicable.
Mr. and Mrs. the Bob Ferguson weekend and at social Attending meeting for the workers of tax,',,''r,.where. appl,icahle.; Offer tax extra expires June 7, 1981 'Offer expires_ June 7. 1981 .
family spent observe June 7. 1981
"Green Thumb Inc. to Offer expires .
and St. Augustine. .
Marineland
Older American Month at the I

Jim Hamilton of Atlanta spent the Agricultural Center in Macclenny A. ij >f : >f ... ow ..... .. a.
Virginia i o .
Starke: ow re wo
long weekend with his parents. Mr. were from U..O...." .
Catherine
/' and Mrs. Sherrod HamiltonMr. Dean McGuvie Maggie Jeanette Rogers.Faze.Mr. and Mrs. EAMMCEES =

and Mrs. Raymond Katzmar of Elliot Tyson and Johnie Ghent. Also ft :=; J

Mrs.Brandenton W.H. Thomson.were Saturday visitors of Joining County Workers.the group were the Union L . . BHH

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byCarlTIHey owners. The devasting effects and vomiting as well as antibiotics and panic among New York dog owners.
BCT Staff Writer massive amounts of IV fluids
world-wide spread have motivated an
"It can kill your dog"? says James Intensive scientific effort to find out The virus is transmitted through just after Christmas 1980. :
Pennington, DVM, of the Town and more about the virus. contact with the feces of an affected Area veterinary people suggest that
Country Veterinary Clinic in Starke; Symptoms of parvovirus include dog. The hardiness of the parvovirus if a person dog may have '
of a strange virus which can cause vomiting, bloody diarrhea, dehydration explains why infection is so easily the virus to suspectss' ir local clinic.
death in a matter of days. and lowered white blood cell spread and is difficult to control. Li
- The killer is Canine Porvovlrus InjectionandIthastakelthelifenfdogs- counts. Older dogs may show little if Virus can be carried on the dog's by.the Oregon ,
_. / any temperature elevation. Young hair and feet as well as on con- State University and the School of :
; in Bradford Union and Clay Counties. pups have been observed with taminated cages shoes and other ob .,,Veterinary Medicine an effective Immunization !
The deadly disease first popped up in temperatures ranging from 104 to 106 jects.Because of this dog owners and program is the key to con-
: 1978, veterinarians thOught' it was degrees. breeders should take care to clean trolling Infection.The report also add-
whipped, but this year'is seeing a Some infected dogs also develop an kennels and exercise areas ed that "Since parvovlral will likely I.
recurrence.The Inflammation of the mouth, visible as thoroughly disposing of all fecal continue to circulate in the dogs a .
disease has effected dogs ''in red raised sores.Symptoms are often waste. population indefinitely, it will beM&.
every state and has created an unprecedented depression and loss of appetite. Final Most effective disinfectant is one necessary to include immunizationfor 4 I .,v4N J
problem for results show the last stage is dehydration part sodium hypochlorite (Clorox) parvovlral in the routine vaccination .. -
veterinarians."At then death.Approximatly. diluted In 30 parts water.It program for dogs." *
one time last summer we lost a 75 percent of puppiesless is important to isolate infected
average of one dog a day," says R.SMullinsDVM than 5 months old and 20 to 25 per- animals, (but even an apparently The disease can not be caught by
; of the Starke cent of older dogs die after contact. healthy dog may be shedding virus humans. This was of major concern w
Veterinary Clinic: According to "Control is difficult, but we can due to mild infection. In areas of high durning the first year the disease was +
Mullins the disease is starting to pop save a lot of dogs if caught in time" parvovlral' incidence it is advisable to discovered. v
up once more. Area clinics are repor 'says Pennington.Treatment requires avoid bringing dogs together at all. ...
ting 4 to 5 cases of parvovtrus a week: careful veterinary supervision and Local vets suggest that all ownersof .
Since its sudden appearance in the may be both time-consuming and Over 100 dogs in a Long Island ken dogs make sure immunization for '
summer of 1978 the disease has beena costly. Therapy often includes nel were destroyed after being exposed the disease is recived as soon as they .
subject of grave concern for pet medication to control diarrhea, to the virus. This action set off a can.

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By Linda Jo Mobley building size at the present time. photo by Carl' Tllle
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Monltor/BCT ,What was added last year gives us the COULD KILL YOUR DOG......
spaciousness we need"Schneider ad-
Staff Writer
ded."We Area residents and local vets have great concern over the new killer
; Situated in Bradford County less have employees who travel diease.llappy moments such as this could end within days by the killer.
than a mile from the Keystone Air within a 20-mile radius to come to Medea Spence daughter of !Mr. and !Mrs. Eddie Spence of Lake (i"I1I'\'U. !is I
port, the Keystone Uniform Manufac- ''work here," Schneider said, "and we holding her 2 month old puppy Sheba. _
tr f turing Co., Inc. is a fast growing con- have a very happy group who enjoy
cern. ,their work.
By the end of July 1981, 60 will be He commented that most all those some time prior to being hired at the are made ready for shipment.
employed at the plant, largely due to who apply for a position have a plant. "Our market stretches from one
the U.S. Government contracts knowledge of sewing to begin with, Four men are a vital part of the end of the country to another"
awarded for medical assistant "however, we do provide on-the-job work corps at the plant, providing Schneider pointed out, "with occa
trousers. training." labor in the cutting, shipping and sional shipping out of the country."
Robert Schneider General Employee Lounell King drives from 'naintenance departments.The .
Manager of the corporation[ which ineludes < Lawtey to work at the plant. "I really process of manufacturing With the$4 million government contracts
two'other:plants .located taj; >JiSfi wprVlhg here,", she said during a '.begins wltlUi'paUern making up_ in the making, Schneider expects
'" Watka: ana Johnson, says the three- /morning Break"ar the'Want.- Well through ppfn&i: .. .. to be hiring heavily soon. "We
year contracts "will really keep us qualified for her job she said she are on the move, and like our location
busy. These type trousers are those makes most of her own clothes and After patterns are made, {the goodsare here in Keystone very much," he con-
male nurses or any medical personnel has been sewing at home for quite spread, cut, sewn, pressed, then cluded.
-.r might wear. The first article has been
approved and we are now ready for
s production."
Since the Keystone' plant began
operating in December 1979, the e Starke's l'Zq1e
l number of employees has increased c o It..

pected ton, with to grow the number to almost employed twice that ex- ..'\ Finest Meat Market Ff/ow S. ,ZlQs'V

amount within the next three months. }? lJ
Work trousers and coveralls have 1:,t_ Featuring U.S.D.A. Choice Iowa Beef -- 4 eci
been manufactured at the facility .
eaaaa prior to the awarding of the contracts. Paramount Poultry Swift's Pork

ll Iw. Workers at the Palatka plant also produce
r..l nurse's uniforms.The '
1;.._ site of the uniform plant has Freezer,
Photo Linda Jo been expanded to a building covering Special
Uniforms..... by Mobley 12,000 square feet, double the size of
Folding:/ of Lawtey. folding miferms at the Keystone Uniform !Manufacturing the original facility. Expansion was
Company !. Bradford County completed July 1980. "We don't an- $4995
ticipate any further increase in

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BCTStaff Writer reflect an increase or decrease in in-

Starke 964-M51 "Almost every day we get a homeowner terest Under rates.the new federal law, mor- Country Style Ribs.

that will sell his home wftH lit tgage rates can be adjusted as often ................ ............. .. .....
down and low Interest L99B
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money as every month. The adjustment will
Fri.. sat., & Sun. rates" says Cecelia Terwillegar of be based on one of a number of
Terwillegar Realty in Starke. federal indexes, such as the Federal
WAilDlSNlYS With interest rates upward of 20. Home Loan Bank Board's index of the Link Sausage..1; !? 69
percent,one would' think home buyers cost of funds or the board's mortgagerate :
would be far and few between. As index. This index for adjustmentwould B
{MICE1coNDEultgND strange as it may seem. local real be chosen by the lender and
estate agents are reporting record borrower.
sales.In Realtors have mixed feelings over FR YER S :
rawrucDtoa* f the last year interest rates have the new law and none would speculateif ............ .............. .. ................ ....... .............. ... 59
.._...............1..NN.Iwi..aw. jumped from 8 percent to 20.5. In- decrease LB
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terest rates have gone up faster than owner carried contracts.
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.,.,. the price of gas and the cost of food. Mrs. Terwillegar states there are -"
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Rental of homes and apartmentsare Ground Beef
.._......_ .. "IPJ hard to find. Cost of rental homes looking prospective buyers out there .............. ....... .... .
.. ... .. for a home. She added that ... ......... .... ....... .-..
:>:::=: :: : T..k.oIof has jumped and the sky is the limit. most buyers have the income and can LB.Lyke's

Home sales have increased due to afford a home, but due to high intrest
homeowners selling their homes and rates most refuse to purchase now. I
301 DRIVE INFrl. carrying their own contracts.: Many of' Newspapers across the state show I Plumper te1 er5..1.Lb Pka 139
the home owner contracts are with "owner contracts" are up. According :. .. .......
'low interest rates. Some reportedrates
to local realty agents, owner con
., Sat., Sun. & MonCIN1MICI at 10 percent. tracts go fast but more and more are
This trend appears to be catching popping up everyday.
on across the state. The Florida Real Local realtors suggest 'you ''shop'around. Full Round Steak. 9 9kSliced.

Estate Association has reports almost, ,u There could be a low interest, : ........................ ..... .. ........... .. ... 1
20 percent of the homes sold this year low down payment home just for you. Lb.
were from owner contracts."It .
a got to the point where home ; LYKES OAK CREEK
owners would take a second mortgagewith ( B

low intrest," says Terwillegar.A :( ;( ............... .... .......... ........ ..... ... .LB PKG 79c
9 person selling a home has to put up ( t v ,
D with high Intrest rates. With this in ... Ip
mind many sellers elect tq carry their ,
'1.\'
1'0- own contracts at a low down payment ", : Is.oriedPork; Chops 49

CANTON' JUAN JOIHUMM cuniii' GUIDOHHMTH ..,..miiionnil and low intrest._ ILl# ra<< ........ ........ .................. 1Th
I IOkASO* Effective April 30 a new law
] Not C IMOU
BAAAVNO/ ...._ .., I called Adjustable Rate Mortgageswent Mead the mildly alcoholic
into effect. Depending) on who beverage that was the
*PLUS* you talk to. the new lawjias sparked favorite drink of Queen .
some controversy. '' Elizabeth ,I I. was made by ,
:
Honky TonkNights The Uw states th tltnerter.1hw I : combining honey and water' / ;
loan can be stretch OI' ho"Epsd J '" 73.. with spices! herb and l lent- '
reflect I the change ijir1ntere t rate.1 t r":- ,;- on*. After boiling. It was BLOCK
The loan principal cuTcU&.adfeld. ) ;. *" left. to stand for' 'thrmonths. .. = UHwy.
just which would mean an even- .. Finally it was bottled .
tual increase or decrease In ttXf hunt?;': ,. ,and considered fit ',' 100 Across from Mnehurst 964-5920 ._ _
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Badge '"' Completes Course

r..rE'sa Sheryl Paulk, 19, of Starke was the homicide investigator.The :iI nI r Pfckl;''Theodore F. Greenly, son of Navy Fireman Recruit Robert W.
was found dead at the scene of a collision occurred practicallyon : i Mr. aod !M $t G'raJd A. Greenly of Cruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.
headon collision between her car and the doorstep of Don Richards' ,. Iawtey"J4ttygbReiyed a Hurley of Gainesville, and whose
i limerock truck seven-tenths of a Lake Geneva residence on SR-21. parachutist badge upon completion r wife Connie, is the daughter of Mr.
mile south of Keystone Heights near Richards was first on the scene Fri-- i the three-week airborne course at the and Mrs. Butch Thomason of I
i //111' entrance to Keystone Club day morning "I don't believe in i ii U.S. Army Infantry School, Fort Ben- Brooker has completed the Basic I,
(slates by paramedics of the precognition," Richards said later in ning, Ga.During. Boiler Technician Course
Keystone Heights rescue service. the day, "but I was awakened by the the first week of training, I
Naval
:Miss Paulk became Bradford Coun- sound of a truck passing by my house students underwent a rigorous During the course at the
% t first! I traffic fatality of 19H1 in the and couldn't get back to sleep. II{ physical training program(8nd. Training Center, Great Lakes,
a" dent which took place at 4:40: a,m. Seconds! later I heard a loud boom and ,, id I II received instruttibnljn.'the f :; t eory'of students received instruction in the
"Yidj.May 22 jumped out of bed. I called the rescue I parachuting. The'second week they use of hand tools, the operation and
Damage to the 197'l! Chevrolet sedan squad then went outside and what I receivedpractical, training by jumpIng maintenance of shipboard pumps
Paulk was driving was estimated at found was an eerie death-like scene. from 34 foot am)'2J50 foot' wers. and the operation of boilers and other
.., MH she was the daughter of Mr. "It was unbelievably quiet and still, The final week included fiVe staticline engineering machinery. In addition,
ind !Mrs I'aull'aulk of Starke. They like a vision. You could barely see N parachute jumps. they were introduced to the types of
ormci-K resided in Lake Geneva, anything in the dark." ., ( (, Greenly is a 1980 graduate of Brad- engineering duty.watches that Boiler
noving to Starke three yenrs ago. Richards was concerned about ttw ford High School in Starke. Technicians stand aboard ships

Willie Krink Carney, 41, of Green other cars on the roads and got a ''. .. ''';' .
ovr Springs, driver of the truck sufrvcl spotlight, put it on top of his car in the :'.-- !: .I. "l\ 't'i.. ,,,, .
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a fractured right' kneecap and middle of the road to warn other \ ..." t\\ !i '
.nultiple .ibrasions and was taken to vehicles approaching the scene. "The .\ ':, : m.I f" oiati J'iUg
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(range Park where he was hospitalized been dumped out of the truck. I was
Damage to the 1969 Mack really scared that someone might .:. 'fo/. .J .,, .,.. ,. .'
truck 197: Hardee trailer he was drive right into it and there'd be :; "
lacerations to the face and an in-
inving, was estimacd at $17,000. another accident," he said. A Fort White man was charged with jury, to her right leg. Luke was
(flit' car was headed north on SK-21 KH Rescue 75 EMT's responded"in violation of right of his jury
way after car at Alachua General
hospitalized
he limerock truck was headed south. extremely good time," the witness collided with a compact car at the in Gainesville.Bennett's .
the driver of the car failed to pointed out. The Hurst tool, or Jaws of Paulk AutoSummer busy intersection of SR-100 andSR121 Hospital Chevrolet sedan
,n-gntiatf the curve and traveled into Life, was used to extracate Miss in Lake Butler 'at 9:05: 1974 was
p.m. SR-121 and had
northbound
n< truck s designated!,: lane, and the f'aulk from the vehicle. Monday, May 25. on stopped -
"hI'' It'l1ided, headon The car "At first, we couldn't even tell if it at the intersection for the stop
Joe Cecil Bennett 32, of Fort White
Food Program For ChildrenThe sign. Clemons' 1977 Toyota sedan was
'iu led oil the east side of the pave- was a girl or boy in the car because all was not injured but
passengers
eastbound on SR-tOO with an unidentified
nt-nt and overturned The truck came we could see was hair above the
Dorothy Bennett, 35 also; of Fort
Suwannee River Economic and lunches are not available.All pickup truck stopped in the left
,
'''i rest m the northbound lane facing dashboard, Richards continued."We .
,."t i according to the Florida finally determined it was a girl Council will be sponsoring the children 18 years and youngerare ville White, and shaken Opal Hall, 59, of Jackson turn lane and turned onto SR-121 The
tiigliwii Patrol. The front wheels of by the fingernails." "Summer Food Service Program for eligible for a lunch at no charge were up but hot seriously Toyota then proceeded into the inter-
injured, according to the Florida
Children" at recreational, enrichment The are only approved for section as the Chevrolet approached.
'ne truck .vere sheared off by the im- Carney was found sitting on the side programs Highway Patrol. '
pac"' of the road shaken but conscious. school sites, parks and geographical areas of need where Karen That car proceeded into the path of
a spokesman for the Keystone Richards said that his two children, playgrounds from June 15 to August 7, one-third of the children qualify for Butler and Nettles demons Z\t of Lake the Toyota and the vehicles collided,
Luke
Nancy 27 also of
,
1981. free or reduced price meals duringthe according to the FlIP.
Ih'llohtuluntE'el" Fire Department Jason and Jennifer, told him later Lake Butler
old ihi1- paper they used a tool called that both their beds shook when the The program is similar to the Na- school year. homes after were returning to their "I had just watched it happen."
F'W Dt "life to extract Paulk's body impact occurred. "1 hope the kids tional School Lunch Program. It provides The following sites( ) will be par- work for doing the some extra holiday Trooper J.H. Horler said. "I had just
nutritionally balanced meals to ticipating In the food program in Bradford-Union pulled up to the stop sign and they
('m the iirI'ooper that drive around this curve will take Guidance Clinic
at the Lake
needy children regardless of race, Bradford County: Butler office went bang and it happened."
W .A. Wofford.. in- note of all this Richards added. Clemons
color or national origin during sum- Lawtey Recreation Center, P.O. suffered a fractured Trooper Horler cited Bennett on the
atigating: officer, did not issue any It's "a very dangerous stretch of ankle and Luke suffered
tat"'ors Tiooper K G Etheridge road" mer vacation when school breakfasts Box 209. Lawtey Fl, phone 782.3032; an eye in- violation of right of way charge.
Pleasant Grove Park Rt. 2, Box
13S-F. Starke phone 964-6442; Quota Hunt System ChangedThe I
Ebenezer Baptist Church, Rt. 3. Box
New Verification Procedures EffectiveFor 476 Lincoln City, Fl, phone 984-7968; Florida Game and Fresh Water must stay in the area designated on
I Camp Enyati Guidance Center Fish Commission has announced a the quota permit.
_ Starke. phone 964-8382; Reno Recreation number of changes in the quota hunt Antlerless permits, on those areas
Center Pine St., Starke. phone system. where recommended, will be selected
Food Stamp Programby 964-6796; Hampton City Hall State The quota for the Camp Blandingand from a random drawing of the
Road 221, Hampton, Fl., phone Aucilla Wildlife ManagementAreas hunters who are issued a regular
468-1212; Pratt Street Recreation, 444 has been divided into the "Still quota permit during the period of
West Pratt St., Starke, Fl., phone Hunt" and "Dog Hunt" portion. This June 30 to August 7 and have in-
people according to Johns. The food stamp progra m by federal 964-6792; and Brooker ElementaryLunch does not refer to the method of hunting dicated a desire to be included.
Andy Denonn The food stamp program was law, limits the amount of liquid assets Room, P.O. Box 7, Brooker, but rather to the specific sectionof
IK'TStaffVUiler established in 1972 and is administered allowable for eligibility to $1,500 for Fl., phone 468-3899. the management area. Hunters
nationally by the United any household and $3,000 of two or
Eight new verification proceduresgo States Department of Agriculture and more members, one of whom is 60 or
into effect June 1, according to in Florida by the Department of older.
Kennl'thOhIlS/ supervisor of the Health and Rehabilitative Services. The food stamp program by Florida
federal H ood Stamp Program in Johns explained that the food State law limits resources to $600 for
radforrl t lay and Union counties, stamps! program is tied to the one person and $1,200 for an
Ihll'h w II make! it tougher to get food unemployment rate around the coun- assistance group. The low income SAVE

tamps tryThe energy assistance program by state
The new procedures involve identi- program was started, accor- policy does not limit the amount of
residency. social security card ding to Johns, to continue to move resources.
and hous hold.JJMJjBbe: pa.h lter'" agricultural products.. ,produced by "-'The rfood stamp program,;' by
expenses income; ahem: status, farmers. ; :lawxallows .deduction of 2Q
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medical bills> / ,-acrid utililMisS* '"** ,: .';... Eftrlfwr this"'month.;; a. UJfcsenatefcomntitloe epericeni Iryiffgfosa: income to
f-.iorf. \M.imfr'' ?rWMicV\ .4,ult !tee a< agreed t6 allow slates.-the :"r. 'compensate''for'-' work related expenses 'HUNot 7f1s1w 1F.;t
!ir": pr license, voter's registration, authority to make able-bodied food income tax, and social security -
.hool ID) card, birth certificate, or stamp recipients work in public service tax.
>!iher document that proves an appli- jobs in a move aimed at countering Food stamp program by federal
ini' i is who they say they are what one senator called a law allows a children's care deduction -
Kesid '.dentificatifm.applicants "sophistication for beating the combined with an excess shelter
pus' provide a rent receipt mor- game." allowance, for a maximum of $115.
.gagt- papers, utility bill or other Sen. Jesse helms R-North Food stamp regulations by federal
Joouments that prove the applicant Carolina, chairman of the Agriculture law counts grants! received from the DOLL'RS
''e1al the address furnished food Committee, pointed out state welfare CETA or Win programs as income.
tamp personnel administrators have almost pleadedfor Other federal regulations permits
Applicants must 1 have a social that option to enable them to verification of income only.prior to tom' ,
,p'urlllard, pay check stub, social tighten up on this program. certification. _. u ,
*;i
-.wuritx. awards letter or other docu- The committee adopted by Johns supervises a la f of six with
men' ....hl<'h proves that the social unanimousote of the 17-member offices in Starke ao<* 4 B*>te R'Ht i "i
,ecicity number listed is the apphmi committee a procedure that failure to has three eligibletlRs: ne| iir'" J 1
Food Stamp personnel must see meet requirements of the workfare one secretary and one daily entry-
for all members would make a ineligible KWflkffUbl*. "
milar information program person operator The prornYis" P. .
.
,>' the household If aplicant does not for food stamps for up to six mon- to a statewide com" 'litM' system. ; ..

'iavr" .I i-.octal security number, the ths"It's Blackwell supervises the programsfor
,'iat'" Mill .issiht obtaining one but ap- a question of whether we're Clay and Bak rCounty.SheJhis;
"pinuu must! bring birth certificate. going; to tighten this program up," offices in Greeri C y )
ii-hool i"r church records or other Sen. Helms said "Out there with all County and Ma yw f' r
documents which will allow staff to welfare programs there's! a sophisi- County. "".. I .
\alp\ get .1 t social security number tlc tlOn for beating the game." : .,. fy, '
li. '),'der for food stamp personnel toy That proposal subject to approvalby Johns ffimifer: '
.n( ," .!ledui-tions for applicants for the lull senate If it is adopted it helps to I: alMJinesystem. ; c
helh'r costs. staff must see a rent must he presented to the states who It \ r ayJWc<>rn- 'f.
i crf' mortgage bill or contract. would compile I the information and puter that is us e.ta| r
i >mi ,insurance bill, tax bill or other then send them to field as part of anew vehicle licensingTbitt'4% >tt.'iJO.
proo1 "l t shelter expenses.Fond manual uses the statewide comp (- I->- y'stem.
lamp people must see pay Other changes in the food stamp "The statewide b nko.tftltotmalioneliminates ( .
tubs: statements from your program are under consideration by duplication Johns said!
mployer social security checks or Helms' committee
award letters self-employment -- ---- _.
records or other documents which ONN.CH .tMi'i

\will prove how much the applicant'sgross ei .
income is If an applicant has no
income food stamp people need to Graduation Cakes; f fA I.t

know whom they may contact to shared
ent> applicant has no income gift that can be

Applicants must provide a passport with fellow
.J' I 1,94 card or similar document olin graduates'
.
-. person in the household who is not

t"t nited nder the Slates new citizen regulations effective UGJ(3( DOa4 4 0rnJ1(! ( $ sal iuiom S $ $ sdl NUNDRIDS ; IasDu *v $ $ VW HUNDREDS. $

June 1 if a member of your householdis
I! over 60 years old, receives social 138 E. Call St 4-5890

security disability supplemental 1 14oL
security income an applicant may be .
entitled to medical deductions. In I
order for food stamps people to count
medical expenses they must see the
medical bills "'' SUNDAY SHRIMP FEAST ,10 tried shrimp ax AND vi 2. AND 4 WHER ORIVE, HAIJ;.ht1E.0UARTI* 2- AND 4-WfIR-ORM, (All-. THREE.

tilities deductions f applicants ? *Cole slaw PD1IPS.Special ONE-TON Plttu's OUARTIR. MO ONE-TON CHASSIUAB1

must prove that you use at least one US AftJC.French, fries

etc major' Applicant utilityelectricity must verify, the gas actual oil ** J .Hushpuppies factory incentives make it possible r4.' C i'assis-Cdbs.'Get the tough Chevy

costs of utilities. % SUNDAY, to save hundreds of dollars on 'aUy% ti truck you want Equipped to go.

Over a million dollars worth of food full-size Chevy Pickups and Priced to
SPECIAL new
stamps are issued in Bradford and ) '.., r go.
.
Clay Counties. Union County has over l EITHER OINNE ( "r'' -, .
$6'O.OOO in food stamps issued annually IN .. ,ti; 3.09 1+

Bradford according County to 1981 records in April issued 16 ,,chilled boiled CHEVY TRUCK SALES ACTION PAYS

$114.119 worth of food stamps involving shrimp a

according 954 households to Johns. and 2,688 people i ".Slaw Fries NOW THROUGH JUNE 10

Clay County in May 1981 issued '- J ti '.HushpuppiesCocktail

$131.168 worth of food stamps involving ; :. sauce -
1,023 households and 2.995 people #
according to Dorothy Blackwell. MONDAY & Each Chipper has: .
supervisor for Clay and Baker Coun 2 SHIPPERS .2 Fish 'fillets

ties.No records are kept by cities but TUESDAY SPECIAL ONLY $3.9 9 Fries -Slaw ,reI
.Hush es
Blackwell told this paper that in 1979
Keystone Heights had approximately
70( people receiving food stamps. Captain P's. MS. 301 NORTH. ?'::1 5847] : f l\of

Those were mostly people on sup- ; STARO FLORIDA" .
plemental security income and a total seafood 'Biiamburg1;:T':i ';' r
of $180.000viis issued annually at that '" .... "' .. _;MI..... ,
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time.
Union County in April 1981 issued Highway 301 South, Starke
$30,581 to 273 households and 1,047


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Yago Sangria_!249 Q ,I Double. theDifferenceIDCash"I H! DIET RITE COLA I a

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D THE SAME ITEMS! AT ANY" OTHER SUPERMARKET.IP THEIN! TOTAL IS LOWER OM IS' mft "" T_
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Blacks Decker. YOUR CHOICE! .

Blacks Decker
FREE..tram Stack 6 Decker! B'Di
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Your choice of round or square
ro',_ and Work Center point hollow back serviceable
grade shovels.FireHardened9.

SHARP 'IM SAND 54.99 hardwood handles/j! r
VALUE 4599 run all the way through socket

DrIDI Powered Belt Sander Rolled shoulders add

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28.99 2 2 A portable work center, giant durability
VALUE vise and sawhorse all in onel!
Folds flat for storage.sturdy
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Sharpens sands, shapes finishes
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heavy double hinges x 41to.blade hoe each 2K"long
Steal,blades riveted Sturdy shank welded Sturdy welded bow
7.970
to heavy. shoulder to blade construction rake with hardwood
frame handles
25-Ft. of heavy duty 14-ga. 3Wlr8'cordCompact
storate reel !is so easy to use
Double electric outlet..10 amp breaker

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"f.'\ and out screws...infinite speed lock ,
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3.1. 188 Super flex vinyl cord resists, 9.90 VALUE to handle the big lobs
VALLM moisture weathering Exclusive: recessed center I 1-KV.if.g: 3344orb
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Oscillating Poppy" LawnSprinklor. Plastic I 11.07I! I

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with high impact 45' x 45' square pattern resists
Cvcolac* housing. Easy to move wheelbase breaking
16 long life )jet nozzles Handy B-qt. capacity u.VALUE EE 2688
2,200-sq. ft. max. cov. Rust proof construction Easy carry handle BoMtVParaxmadaoraturdvitrMl. 3288
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Trash Bags Adjust vertically and O llIel"In"complete 90"*weep
a Low wattage tha.Ior.lrsldNl lor 24-hr ooaratkm
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Dense gentle spray or below temperature ...a.1I": MiniM nozzle ,,,, Ilf.FIIll6R1 ODCETrDODOD' l8-7
Full flow brats 1-gal. maximum fill ,
Durable brass couplings couplings fS v4nDtMtlie rs r ?o u- <
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be ...J be'! t lv ran'Jrim \ ; 4FOR -
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,Creek J archery,, .muzzleloade"- and PERSONAL SALE FORRENT JVVSCEliANEOUSBINGO..AMERICAN;
ele-. V.',. s. :' ;nllif management, .
l ;81-82 jpocferntfun\ ) ; Camp Blanding ; H1ilJh ; of SERVICES
area hunting
: (n'odern gun in thestill hunt area only LAKE LOT on sand bottomed MOBILE HOMI LOT f ,
... Ihe) KlorltlaCJameand .
reasoni d'i/
> ..r,1' Citrus (archery, CARPENTER WORK lake In Hlllcrest. $800 retired couple. Beau LEGION HALL SR-21
I"'v.. !" ish (Commas .
sion. "" rniazzeloi.iier!' and modern gun). Remodeling work, kitchen,, down $146.44 per month. trees, Across from lak* Saturdays 7 p.m. Public Int'S:;;

Also, G.U. Pdrker (modern: gun); EnergyNow cabinets and Inn 1 Phone 473,4058 or Geneva. $55 month. Phone vlted. tfnchg 5/7 &
in the -3
"To 'uc-U random
i.: 473-4367 after 6 473-2879.: 5/7
Joe Dudd i muzileloader; Osceola carpenter. Reasonable' p.m. tfnchg LONELYT New singles'magazine. '
drawing a hunter must first belqsutda (modern gun<; Salt Springs (archery, prices. Call Ed Dempsey ai t tfnchg 3/26 MOBILI HOME In Lake Stamp-adress Z
regular nine day or special quota LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- Geneva Park. $140 and up. for free Informal &
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muizleloniier and modern gun) ; St. is the S- 473-2477 after 6 p.m. envelope
hunt perm i between June 3 and Regis .(modern, gun); and Three tfnchg 57'lCOHOLIC Keystone Heights, owner Phone 4732879. tfnchg 5/7 tlon. Box 880-G9)( ). Boynton -;P
August: 7 I I"/. a wildlifp management financed 10 percent In 3BR 2BA HOME-1400 sq. ft. FL 33435. 6tpd
Lakes! archery, muzzleloader and time to ; ANONYMOUS;:I ,
area Iw i., antlerless deer permits rJI Oiert gnu). a 4 I Closed meetings Monday 8 I: terest. Lots on clear sand Fully equipped kitchen 5/14.6/18 {

MvaihiL.lt. said Eddie H'hite. quota Persons additional information p.m. Open meetings Fri. bottomed lake, priced to CH/A, W/W carpet.' One "MOV'*" MUST SEllg
) seeking summerizeyour
hunt coo!r<',"),\tor for the Division (,t. day 8 p.m. Alanon Monday; sell from $9,900. One to acre tot on Silver lake with s.V. MGI I Liwngrnlture
the contact
on permits
Wildlife of Commission. may [ five acres overlooking lake lake privileges. Available .. TV*
a
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the i carest regional office of the Co>minission mobil .
All (access available) with June 8. $325 month. Phone 8-trackj.
p.m. meetings In I storeo
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the hunt office at the
or quota nice trees from
$3,500
White siud hunters for Educational Building. Community 1.376.0392 days. 21 10-speed battln .:-
Hpplying anantlerleso
t'alluhas-ee: headquarters at homeroofWith $500 down, $50 a month. 1.377.9829 Ask "
Church. tfnchg 4/2 evenings. tee tnd baseball equip-
deer permit must indicate I !H)4)4R'-8.i73or) ) \ ()04)) ) 488-8574. Commercial frontage- for Bob. tfnchg 5/7
PRESSURE CLEANINGPhone ant trailer hitch child'sor
on the apclicdtion for their
(regular Investment
4732477. tfnchg 5/7 opportunity. STORE FOR RENT- much more. Car-
nine L .
day hunt
or !.pccitt quoui permit SR-21N. Owner-salesman.
PLUMBING REPAlRS.LorrTeague approximately 90O sq. ft., di, jl I Drive, opposite
that they wtint i tO be included in the "A man ought to read Anvil. Plumbing: 473.4375. tfnchg 3/7 in front of new post office.Phone elementary school. FridaY: '
ran'). 'LI I drawing. just as! inclination leads AKC DOBERMANS.Topquality
him 4732149. tchg
473-1513. 29;
Ilnchg 5/21 Snturday Sunday, May |
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lie ".l1 as a ore 5/7-5/28
Vinyl. Flex! :ARPENTRY AND MASONRY 10 31, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m,:
be held in ). etfcr.. 'y'heniiinbn, Mautlerless I .vvil do him little' good." WORK--bull patios additions to visit our kennel' STORE Approximately 5 4734062. Itpd S/28 .

c < ecr |w'rmit. ;ivnilnl : .' S,.muel Johnson [roof coating remodeling homes I 475-1228. miles from Keystone on

each of the atfectod \ildlife man 'f ___,.... and tile woi, !k. Also pain. WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN SR-21 Old Gllsson Bait and m* S. 4>* 4 '

men! areas will IM'>.' .'II: determiner i 'l\ ting Fr.. estimates. tfnchg 42ADMIRAL Tackle Store. Changeablesign CLASSIFIED AD
ti! .' Mi'1 deer\ < tdy! surv"ir; <. (.anir<> Sale with a 2 year guarantee.JOJIII Phone 473-4473 during FROST-FREE optional. Call Deadling for Insertion"

curip '.ci I ,m Jar"- Aunuit. Kaby! <-lollies misc.. children's day. After 5 p.m. phone refrigerator SIde-by-slde, 473-2578 or 473-2108. TUESDAY NOON precedIng

\\ ,,HI..1 ,n<,i- gfcinont: an .A' 11vhi clothes: mrniture Fri & Sat. BRO'i'NA10bile 782.3906 tfnchg 5/7 21.8 cu.old.ft.473-4581.$500. Only 2 tfnchg 42PARTIALLY Thursday before ,

% <' ''1. ,'. deer pcrr\i n1- 8-3: 309! N. Westmoreland St. JNWANTED HAIR REMOVED years 4tchg FURNISHED 2BR publication. '
5/7-5/28
ava'' i- lie I type hunts b.con-- Home Center permanently by a house. Available May 26. Minimum charge $2.50.
9M-J8U.( ( :! I'or United Pentecostal AKC COLLIES-male, I I'/.
Walking distance to town
d1' uJo Avon .'ark registered electrologlst (Covers 15 Words).
Church 473-3775 Hwy 21 N. Keystone Hgts.c& and It's Inexpensive. Call year, full whit. collar excellent and Keystone schools. Eachwordoverl5
for free demonstration for stud $80: $200 month with $200
Is 10
female four months, $100. 1 5/28 cents
;;: without obllgai"on. Amy's deposit. tpd
473-2852. 2tpd 5/21-28 Not responsible for
Electrolysis, 490 Lawrence ON LAKE GENEVA 2BR

I Blvd. Keystone. 4737033. PIGS 150 pound average. completely furnished errors when given
e'l 473-7057. 5/21-28
2tchg house. A/C. $250
tfnchg 51CARPEI'ITRY.cabinets per
over the phone or
TWO BEAUTIFUL LOTS
& Custom inPostmaster' month. 4732455. Itchf
I X lI.s0e Retirement when Is not
copy
t shelves, paneling/ partitions I
\\oQe oll1es doors. windows Installations Village. Huge oak trees HOMES FOR typed and brought to -
with view of
big lake
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repairs E.N. SALEBEAUTIFUL the office.
Geneva.
dI Bolton, 473-2520. 4tpd By owner. 4 0 *0' 40 .
) /JolJ /28.618FREE 473-3048. 2tchg 5/21-28
;t' UTILITY TRAILEII..a',4', with TWO ACRES-
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PRESSURE WASHING 'r without top. $450negotiable. property and home In About
\' when 4733343. Deerwood Hills 3 miles
Open House we paint your
llrri8 home. We recommend I9BI COBRA GO.KART, 5HP. north of Keystone. 24x60 Placing An Ad '._

Sears "Woath.rbeoser'Quality wide rear tires, like new mobile home 3BR. 2BA

materials $350. Paid $525; 1969 Ford carpet CH/A deep well Pay for three weeks

truck, needs front wheel with delicious water.
workmanship and ser Get the fourth week
$28,000. Owner will
SATMAY vice. For free estimate hubs$500. runs good; Disc
call 964-8961 after 6 Harrow 150; Mellonbetter finance with reasonable FREE of Charge!

5/21 3tchg 6/4. p.m. 300; black Shepherd puppies down cash.payment.9123777496.Discountfor Advertising: Pays -

See New Homes PRESSURE WASHING without, thoroughbred$75. Nights and Sundays Call Today!
Ready
papers.
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SPECIAL: Any size .
Entertainment. on. 912-294-0189. tfnchg 3/26 '
in 4 weeks. father of world 15 Words 2.50 .
.. story home, $36.88. Two- .SILVER SAND LAKE, Box 658.
0 champion sire 'Von Bronco Deadline Tues. Noon
Free Barbecue 1- story home, $64.00 and 4732788. I tchg 5/28 2BR house. Excellent con

up. Any size mobile dition. C/A carpeted fully
1975 HARRIS
FLOTE-BOTE.
$ Noon til Dark home, $26.88. Call 1976 55HP Ev Inrud.. furnished. Nice beach. HELP I

964.8961 alter 6pm. $/ ,n< Leonard's Out- Small sailboat Included. Owners must relocate

c DIRECTIONS 5/21 3lchg 6/4.. b Shop. 473-4180. $32,000. Assume 7 3/4% Hampton Nice 2 BR. I

: WE DO QUALITY mobile BAi.Y iCO;: with mattress mortgage or owner can bath home on country setS

I Take JWI( s. o' Starke. to SR227, FollowCounty sitr' to property. home roof coating. lil" n..W; baby bed without finance. 17375117. 4tchg 'ling In convenient
5/28-6/18
Aluminum or Kocl White. mntr.iss: youth bed with downtown section. Pretty

Call 964.8961 after p.m. mattress. 4734583. Itchg lot with, large detached

.. :;, .... :fij. : .. ..... :0-= =--= :--= 5/21 3tchg 6/4. WANTEDCASH BUYINGJunk garage with a variety of
possible Will,
-.44* ..__..... .:... .... batteries uses. consider
--+- .0 '40.-.. .. .e .e ee e. ee ee e.- i e. .* ee e. ee e. .1 FOR trade. Owner financing -
CARS&TRUCKS GOLD. sterling

I lewelry. diamonds coins. 3.00eochNotronal available Call for
J.ht Ads Details
cn Will visit your home Battery Co. Eleanor B. Cannon
anywhere. 376-5235. Mr. 473-2527

.. .e .,......._...... .. .........,. ............. ..... oil. ... .. .. - -- _ __ __ __ 1975 .CAMARO., and after Call 3 after 7p.m. Rittman. tfnchg 5/7 after 6 p.m. Realtor 375-2488
- - p.m. INTERESTED IN 20-24' .
-- -- FloteBole 372.1..
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Saturday and Sunday with In like
motor.
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473.2123, Itchg 5/2B- ,-
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FOR SALE FCR SALE l<
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....- ------ ,... ri eo( 1\,;IA;; ...FQRSALE ,,, SALE INSURANCEMAINES 475-20H( ;:,4t"frcr:V.14.6/4.h'-T I ISTEVE '"nml"
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OFFICE "* :! ..
AND SCHOOL'SUP I '
1979 VOLK&WAGON RABBIT CHROME DINETTE SET with INSURANCE AGENCY HuntleyRedfearn's BROADWAY ( *'
$200
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PLIES new area rugs-4
CIFTSiSee
County Times: Unto Men"b : 4 door cuMom, hoi". 4 swivel chairs $125 solid M.X&ft. $15 and 3 fl.(5't. ) 160 S.: lake Av." Lake wjjsaaEi1' 7:30: p.m. (
open I chbark, dork brown with wood table w/4 chairs Butler. 496-3978. 473.7181 0;
$7.50 like new double bed Complete TREE SERVICE
day and Tuesday 8 30 a n 4 ?
to 5pm. Wednesday. tan i"tsoior. AM FM radio., $200 sofa and loveseat $75 Fr. Prov. coffee w/2 Insurance Service. TFN :(R TOES rlne furniture, porcelain household
luggage rock. air conditioner $175. hide-abed $150, Items jewelry, sew-
closed. Thursday and Friday and end tables $85, Early 4734340Ntci Removal ng machines, antiques collectibles etc. "'.
jivo double bed
pa $60, twin bed .
American sofa and chair
8 30 a m till noon. So, u
our 1/2 price< table c I restraint, excellent cond.n $40 washer $125, dryer $250. Phon. 752-7961, Pro.videnc. PERSONALSERVICES or FLEA MARKET na m, .VS: :-
6250. Coil' $75 5.000 BTU AC $125 Trimming
selected gift' ,items .. Itchg 5/28. .; : I 473-4252 (Inside) ",
.19 -3430. 3tpd 5/14 5/71 1 frost Ire. refrigerator
3. 12 ,3, 28CHAUfNOtR. $125 Repairs Of Major Have your garage sale with us or open your own business }
1999! CHAMPION MOfllU'I complete double CUSTOM MADE Free Estimates for just $4.00 '
day. First
WATER HELP WANTED a ; week FREE on monthly rental
SKIES: bedroom suite, $250. Phone
Electric
I HOME 1 ICX-10::: RAPIRlEiFreesllmot.s. I Appliances Croft '
on" people S artists' welcome. No 1
$50, belt Bear bow and or 752 7961. Pro- 473..732After charge to charities
bedroom f"n.shod. an,r EXPERIENCED local Serving Bradford & Cloy while space Is available. .
WELDER min -JVI.
rows $75. Everything in e> vidence.tchg 5/23. : distributors vv "
conditioner, for
fou 'iatiar/ of 2 completelywashable Counties 5 p.m. GAME ROOMOPENING .
.. cnllent condition years experience with SOON -- -
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blocks and, lawn ower' 'in 49 j :?'S.O. ;'ichq 5 21 5 .21 'KING SIZE BED: $150 bunk wire welding Heichtr')I nationally lawrenco Blvd Keystone Keystone Heights Downtown Keystone Heights' on :-j Cb*> (gini4ni; )q
eluded, Jverlsed( .
lika Gard.etl.ap.r
_ new $& 80O
beds $100, color TV $125, perience h.IPI14$5'DI'AiI' / ';) Highway 21, one block S. of Hwy 1 100 "AcceoV
-' Call 49e J43O Jiv.'| ; 5 I ; B!. "CK .VE PEAS: $5 jKj dresser $ $,. SAW Enter. _' u /ti' II
w mirror $85, person at Thomas e4o ,
5- 11 I 5 28 'hol. you pick ""n"" queen size bedroom 9th Ave. and oS I fls.s. rf'd' or Lama "'" ....w, ill... ... a
suite 2n45trsgM ,
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496-2219. -
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AAA Cull, of 5/21 $'.l/801Ft4. VJ.J; .;. rt twH
Rer.ti
I; Iii. Cat Toil Down? -vr'Jftit*- 'WIt! BABYSIT In home.Fenced .
REAL ESTATE:; j II lOW TAKING APPllCATIONSi : my
I 1 Lake ft" 'Vr ApartmeiLs' Lake Butler Florida, may for the yard and hot StarkeAjAd.ru'wuorxaI :

I AGENCY I (I havr i hI' answer you have been looking for.... mer Youth: Impfoynnerrt J981. Surnr, On 'meals. Janice Noegel' .-

Ph. 75?0577 I I I1' Now Liking applications for 1 BR 2 BK. 3 BR & 4 Program. To .beeligible ---0496.2510. 4tchg 5/21 5/28 e. e. ee .. .e ... ..: .. .. 1_ _- -- "' -.- A.. !K.--fA _
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OFFERS: I UK July cupanry, Lake Butler Apartments offers you must be between the ,r -
I ij central heat and air, tvalltowall "- ;
9% carpeting kitchen ages of 14 71 and, be

appliances and on-sit laundry facilities. The units economically disadvantage,. ,FOR RENT LAND ., )' FOR SALE :: $
'
I Bl1n'OW' SuiUtise: I arc well dusigncd and spacious. ed. To apply please stop by1: q- O' ALii. j n I).) I1iQRA&E

IF \U ('A 1UALW' \ I. For those who qualify. tHjre is a federally funded the CETA Office belw.err e'1 RENT A CULLIGAN water FORSALE.Vj. 'I IV .;. ,I"- DISPERSAL1 at1'L ')IM ,\ 'Ufu i
Custom, ::1 Kit 2 H. ( 'IIA' LIMOUSINE *
_ subsidy available conditioner. 'USED NEWSPAPER
8.00
program whereby rent is based on to 3.00.; Mon..Frl. Itpd $3.75 per
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corner lot. wr-ll land income. month ALUMINUM MATES 24 (George Adams Pdnh. AIR CONDITIONER: 110 volt
5/28. (for 3 mos.) plus in- : xand
5.tallolion. ;
:Si5)C(1.( Built for lIe, I" ... .. ', .' .. .. Call 49A-7R76 ACRE' .WOODED- LOT: Small-'; t.otI'Jr": ; Brat4rsuc 15th St. In Lrtey.FIJune,I i bl.k. n") ..n.j,1 :)E J.\M"lc\
Ih ViMti, iinrl :;: ,
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II!b>i. .in, e.il-oii bir, Inl/1i : I Housing; 'Oppor'unity w AMKqual M MOBILE HOMES. WANTED oiler 5/28. 6 p.m. .e 4l 4Ipu, .:>].",xE'ffi1"K! : ., |L.1.Mildred....Adams.,. weorge'/J4 band 4tpd, '' I .tpdUREIRED' ( r-a '

""" Will pay cash for your used ... tJfls Get Result T WO CLEARED 1-ACRE lOTS'O\,)',8 evt7g3ens! gTh.le...: ?6>4. ,. .-." l'ANG'uS"' BUtLI"3.yr.REG'JTERID old.ho. V
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I h.tve ,st., t i 011 mobile hom..'Itay'Pow.lI.' ; h.r"ge'plons:
I"( \\rler, 1'1I1H1Il"'r1 ) tlllI:1 4963377. TFN 4/16. with limerock road. Zoned j azaleas, ...18"24"; gal. STEREOPHONIC ORGANS i I '-OJ30,
", ,,.l.lbl(' at hl'l t"f' 'j-'j'I l n HOUSE FOR SAI.K: | for Mobile homes. One'! .fiV(09\( S4 nWoTnellios! {wiIh'\"rhythm record:T'great ,.()tjas&ina? TFNchg 5/14.

Brick central and acre road front 4000. in bud and bloom Condition! Perfect HOLSTEIN COWs $600.
bank rale< 1 If$ t ,...1 | air : palms; rfor "
I'gislatul' pa... '.' ':h," ( REALESTATE heat, 3 BR. 2 Bath One acre back lot $33 ..o : '; adults "ond, youngsters i ii ,r Brahma Holstein heifer

l'lId of Wcarpet, New Terms: $500 down $icmth. c'-T're !o'1mnlQr.Potllr" I too. Comes 'with' Instruc- $300. W.P. 'Dowdy
I
IT "I' : $ daferontial.) Good benefits with pleasant I roof, chain link fence. payments at 8% In.l"''\: ..', tIuf b.rry! A tlon book. $250.00 Phone 7823376. llchg 5/28.
I Wgt.s at.i I Im"1 I'illl' "
conditions LOOKING FOR special More than one acre of terest. (Owner financed). ,,, ponts5) ; citrus; .Ranging fi 964-5471. "Hn 4/23. \ fRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATOR:
working in
a
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confrtct& be' an expandingcommunity
: land with fruit trees. Laura baskets'andl' p'ojned; house /BRAHMA. BULL! Seven man. S $30, Call 7 2-3912. Itchg
I'nrll'rerl son 11 hospital. piece of property If I Call: 496-3646 Bapt. Church Rd. \ ths..old.. ,l.gIWlr.d.\teLy ,J/28. '
plants. G.t
these
Call 416.llIt 3 fur? don't have it. I'll find it Phone 964-7286, 5/28 3tchg now. -5
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gentle J. Reddish TRICKS FLEA
Just ask--JANES.:llSHER. I 6I I 1. O.C.CARNf:.-NfjRSERY./ 23 MARKET
? ilppollltnwnl I ) mi. se 0M(/ K 04-6565 5/21 tfn. opens May ,30. Will b
REALTOR 496-2126 or O NE (e C'- *
Call Pam Thomas director of FOR YOUR ACRE-WEIL SEPTIC ., '
HOlary Strce, nurses kONDi )NER: Thceeton. : Sat.
\ 100 at pen every and Sun.
I 4962903. eves.. "Your REAL ESTATI NEEDSIN 1 rANK utility pole, circle Floroho""hl) )<*,
Ater$ Hurs '. : 496.2323 Union Realtor 659:2165. Closed; Mon. Take up payments, ',i i Jhousands of bargains, old
tIn on
County
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:- UNION COUNTY I drive, privacy fence, utility Call 964-6386. 'rand
Itchg 3/28.:
John Lanford J" I day. 2/12 tlnchg.'UIJINEW new. We have Inside
326. .
Realtor Associate' Union General Hospital I Residential Commercial Acreage' I II 10US.. Good land. Lawtey. CARPET.' NEW < USED 'USED S FT. FENCE: Also used -tGnd outside spaces for

I 96'2 8 14 j Lake Butler 6500.i Phone 5332559. Furniture & Appliances. 7 ft. heart cypress post. All Come see us. 2 mi.
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Th-flfl-fl------t.-- CellsV.n.ro i l Ifnchg 5/21. Plumb. fixtures and pipes. In good condition. J.M. Ed.. ;-Ncrlh of Starke on US 301.

I ACRE OF LAND Hwy 16 BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 wards. Jr. Stork, 9648534. 5/28 3tchg 6/11.

NOTH CAROLINAMbuNTAINS BrownRealtorAssociate west. Well. Terms Phone South 964-6679. 2/5 964-3379. 5/28 2tchg 6/4. SINGER FUTURA 900: One of

FOR SALE ((64-8696. 5/21 4tchg 6/11. TFNchg '" 'JSED FURNITURE: Complete Singers top models.

: 496.3022 dining room set, round- Originally sold
*' -' REGISTERED: QUARTER for over
Mountain (ab,,, with flrupljcu. Dandy garden spot 10 ACRES Wooded, between lake City and lake Tiffin and Oweni.lnc. : ; HORSESi Raceil iorses oval table, 4 matching $500.() Pay off balance due

This, is a hondy man tpe ,nil,I berauie "it is not finished, ] Butler off SR 100. Owner financed no Interest. Realtors /0.- brood mare with) foaj! by ,cushioned chairs; double- $146.00 1 cash or assume

inside:;roughed t-ror, ; pumb( >ng oniplcted Water, LAKEVIEW HOME Spacious 3 bedroom home in attractive i. side riding horse. All'well glass doors lighted china payments of $14.20 per''

and the out';,id* Is compl.;tod lo g.. derk overlook'ingmfns.You well-established neighborhood. Well landscaped Riverfront Si River access I jf -- bred Phone 468-l576'aft.r' cabinet. Soft yellow only month White Sewing and I' <

can live .irt it v hole you fi.n&h it up 3 r.iIesfroiis corner property Ideal I location 'Best Buy in lots. Semi-Truck' Drivers 7:00 p m. 4/9 tfn.LIMEROCKt $575 (compare at $795)); Appliance Center Archer" *

Murphy SJISOOtO $'iGOO 00 ilnwn assnm Town Or Heavy Equipment 20 yd. semi Three-seater sofa; 'greenpastel 'Square. Gainesville'
loam BRICK HOME WITH 2 ACRES 3 Bdrnr. l''. both w/w loads only. ALLEN E. upholstered exposed phone 376.4466 5/28 llchg
80 beautiful acres Opwateri Start locally
Carpet cent. H/A located off SR #121 ort lovely' country 1011.MEI TAYLOR. Lawley. Phone wood with matching MICROWAVE OVEN Brand
road. partly cleared river I 110O.342...... 782.3172.04123 tfchg. side chair $173. new full factory
&.34 ocies near lake Good access I' ,'oli>d : '. access owner finance. Upholstered rocker $2"9.00 warranty
FOUR AIR cash $13.07
CONDITIONERS or
ir\tnt. Several bldg. ti'.>s Cat' owoy /from n. all 3 BDRM. HOME ON '/ ACRI Additional lotl 100 acres, gopd It Pup 200 amp. 964-7184. 5/7: recliner, gold-white only month. While Sewing and per

12500.00 mokes you the" new owner $1500 down available. Has fireplace, unique living room 2-corj pasture or crop land Ifnch. $85. Also many furniture Appliance Center Archer

assume loon garage over 1400 sq. ft. lu .4Jn'nise accessories. Decor. Items: 'Square.. Gainesville '
winding creek, good 1181 COBRA GO-KART. ,
:3 BDRM. I'/i BATH HOME newly painted, and has] investment.. wid. 5HP paintings lamps., plants., phone 376-4466 5/28 llchg
lake house, three bedrooms located1 on Blue firtq* unique fireplace. Large yard close to schools. ,rear tires like new throw-rugs etc. Call COLOR TV: Console model. .
lake. Private. This is a beautiful, set' ng $4? 50000 10 acres, great site for USED MOWERS ,$350, paid $525; 1969 Ford Claire. 964-5188 before 6 Under
:1 ACREAGE FOR SALE owner financed. 10 to 40 acres I truck needs front wheel warranty. Pay off
home t
$I"' ,500.00 down, assume loan.n.s. nice large p.m. Itpd 328.MISCSllANIOUS. balance due $18600 1 *"
views of would 8 HP riding hubs, $500 cosh0i'
spectacular countryside make IDEAL| trees. mower runs good: Disc ITEMS
homesites. Near SR 241, $275.. almost new Airens Harra t SO; Mellonbetter assume payment 19.00
.. Stereo
$75 ,
or. a few of over 2000 "listings' We have all ; portable per month. Used 17"
types ol properly from $300 00 per ocr. and up W. FOR MORE INFORMATION AND MANY MORE| 40 heavily wooded $350., riding mower' 300; blank Shepherd puppies .dryer 110 volts. $50; baby 19" color and black and ondg::;

have LISTINGS CONTACT acres $335., Gravley front cut thoroughbred, clothes. Call 964-8442. white
small. Tracts, we also have several cabins, without $73 portables from ,
houses, old farms etc V/nlo or call today for a Ire riding mower $325.. 10) In four papers.....k.. father ready of Itchg 5/28. $49.95. White Sewing and'"
what
'listing, brochure JANE USHER 20 acres just liP rider PUPPIES Two Yorkshire Terrier -, Appliance Center '
You crt \ co'l free by dialing' mower, $295 world champion lire 'Van Archer
3 acres and Chihuahua mixed.
1-8O.4J8.142'{ Write or n:, today you need. Push mowers too! Bronco.' 4732788. Itchg Male. Square. Gainesville,
496-2126 1 or 496.2903 cleared Mather' registered phone 3764466. 5/28
5/28
Call Steve or Al at Itchg
CHEROKEE LAND COMPANY terrier. Will be about 4-5 VEGCTAUES_U-PICK
360 W. Main St. Lake ButUr, Flo., Call (for additional Information H.22d'i USED NEW1PAMR' lb.. full grown.,$13 ea. Call ,Kersey Farms. Beans'EM:

MURPHY NORTH CAROLINA i"Your Union County Real tor"u : Waldo Farmers ALUMINUM PIATIS .24 x '782.3680. 1tcht 5/28. peas squash. ,

2VlOf I Oaf Hlghl 496-3022 I. and Flea Market 36" 25 each. Bradford WASHER AND DRYER Both" cucumbers Now corn

__ ,8 oI1. _, ___ uti = County Telegraph.' ". for $300.00. Call 964-5033.. $2.2) 964.5068. ready.Itchg 2
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111 day b.for. pubikoiton.I SERVICES SERVICESWILL TRUCKS197t SALE

Minimum charg. $2.50.
liii (Covers Words). ILL'S SAW SHOP Complete BABYSIT IN MY HOME VW RABBIT 38.0OO 383 N. CHERRY ST.: Two- 3 BR, I BA. LIVING ROOM.
III Each word over IS sharpening) service circular Good surroundings. Any mil... A/C, AM/FM, story or can be restored to dining room 8 kitchen -
III 1.10c.nt. hand, carbide, age. Monday thru Friday. Cassette ttoroo. .xc. cond. one-family residence; central heat and air. In ruJilItJarREALTY
chain. mower blad.hollow $4800 or best olf.r. Hampton. Phone 468-1779.
Lunch provided. $20 aprox. 2200 sq. ft. 3-4
Not responsible) for errors when per ((1st months rent in adVance (
given over ground and balanced wk. for 1 child; $10 for 964-6020. 964-S82S. 5/28 bedroom bath. Best cash
I the phon. or when copy Is not typed and leave at Jackson Building each add. child. Call 2tchg 6/4. down payment over $8500 ) 5/7 tfnchg.UNFURNISHED : !
I brought to the office. Supply In Slarke, Keystone 9647984. 5/21 2tchg 5/28. 1980 TOYOTA TERCEL Auto. will be considered. Drive HOUSE Lake I '
Heights or Lake Butl.r. PRESSURE WASHING trans.. A/C. AM/FM, Geneva area. 2 BR; A/C; ; I
LII by and if Interested, call
TFchg 18,000 mi. $5000.00 Call No Pets. $265.00 per mo. i
SPECIAL Any size one 964-7103 for oppt., to see Jan. 786-6044. 5/14 PHONE 964-7776
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 964-7423 'til 6 and 473-2594 3tchg
home, $36.83. Two. CECIL".
story Interior. 5/28.
YARD SALE WANTEDGOOD oft.r 6 p.m. 5/28 2tchg Itpd 5/28. TERWIIUGAR 20* W. Temple Ljf
home $64.Ooand
story up. : .
Phone 964-9148 or 964-7619. size mobile 6/4. 28R, lEA HOME Living APARTMENTS FOR RENT S'arket .
home /
VARD SALE Fri. Any room, dining room and Cove Apts. In Starke. Exceptionally \
May 29: 9 PRICES PAID for used TFchg $26.88. Call 964-8961 after 1971 OPEL 1900 Station ,''r.-r.
a.m. to 5 p.m. 1034 mobile homes if mortgageIs SEWING MACHINES 6 p.m. 5/21 3tchg 6/4. wagon. Auto.. 22 mi. gal.. porch. Partly furnished on clean, well Antique buff? Room* for renovation largo, 4 bedroom
Southgat Dr., off Colley 3/4 paid or mar. OLIN'S EPAIRIDz All makes EXPERIENCED MOTHER $525.00. H.othl Garage, two lots with well. Call maintained. I45/I75) per fwD story homo, wlfh fireplace ever tOO yean aid' Ap
Rd.. Women's clothing MOBILE HOME SALES cleaned oiled and ad- would like to care for your Hwy. 301 Lawtey. Itpd 964-5751. Itpd 5/28. mo. Efficiencies and one pro. 3,100 square foot SlIng area lovely and spacious
new lean., sz. 1 11; new 964-5606. Open 7 days lusted. '15. Work child In home near 5/28. bedroom apt. Call ground with, pe an. palm call and magnolia/ frees end
leather boots, .z 8, $"5; weekly. TFchg guaranteed. James hospital. Games activities 1973 FORD TRUCK Best, of- MOBILEHOMES 9645065. 5/21 tfnchg. aia/eal. $34.000. Zoned commercial./
leather coat sz 9, $10; WI BUY AXLIS I TIRES w Strickland corner Morgan and.L.C. Monday thru Fri. f.r accepted. Phone CRESCENT BEACH**'THE * *.* *
slacks sz. 14, new baby axlesf 4 tires 11500. Rd. and Hwy 16. TFchg day and hourly. Call 9647143. Itchg 5/28. SAND CASTLE APART. eO.35 Acres priced far Immediate safe/ $92,000. Bsaullful
walker golf balls for 20(. Del. to Olin. MM. Hwy. 100 CHAIN LINK FENCEr Installed. 9646166. S/21 2tchg 5/28. 1971 PLYMOUTH Station FOR SALE MINTS5': Vocation rolling land In the, Breaker area. Frame name needs
5/28 Itchg. W Stork. 964-S604.TFchg Free estimate Handy. BRADFORD COUNTY Wagon: Good condition, oceanfront 1 and 2 BR repairs has well pump and tootle tank. Tranquil"IMng.
YARD SALI Thurs., Fri. I WANTEDi Used tools both Man Fence Co. 9648559. RESIDENTIAL PUMP-OUTS: $350.00; 1973 !/ Ien Chevy units-Summer rates from * * *
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Sat.: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. End mechanics and carpenters. TFpd. 681.TYPEWRITER. $50. We also re-lay drain pickup. 10 ft. slide-In Open :2SR MOBILE HOME furnished $165 weekly. Families Cart you believe? 3 bedroom 2 full bath ca home wlfhCH4A
of Hammond Rd., off US Phone 964-8331 or REPAIR Call lines. 964-8121. tfn 5/28. Road camper. Fully self- garage, storage shed welcome! For Information carpet, slave 4 re/rig.. lot 105 105' for $500
301 N. Itchg 5/28. ..68.1551.9111 tnchg the Office Shop. 110 W. contained, sleeps 4. enclosed porch 1 acre S reservations call Patti. at down! Better hurry and qualify."
YARD SALE Sat., May 30: WANTED Mobile Home Axles. Call St., Storke, for details, 53.000. Call 473-7046. 5/23 (fenced), many extras. 12467284. 5/21 4t hg * * *
State Prison Trailer Park. Paying the best price 964-5764. tfn. BUSINESS 2tchg 6/4. 18500. 964.6490.30 6/1 1.MORGAN'S. Beautiful lake Brooklyn Adorable' 2 BR I B flame with
Follow signs. Baby clothes for good condition axles. GLASS CUT TO ORDERi 1971 DODGE CORONET tfn. BEAUTY SHOP: kitchen, living area screened parch deck CH4A" WIW
power and hand toots 964-8331. 9/11 tnchg Doors, window, etc. OPPORTUNITIESOWN (700 or best oiler. Call 24X60 PINECREST 3 BR 2 BA will be vacant June 2. 1209N. corp.'. Only' $4 MOO Own. fin. 34500. Oriented to
housewares, small appliances WANT TO BUYi used JACKSON BUILDING SUPP. 964.7265 after 4 p.m. 5/28 with central A/C, washer A Temple Ave.. Starke. relaxation and hoipltollty.
toys. 9 a.m. typewriters and adding IV 964-6078. Orders alto YOUR OWN JEAN 2tchg 6/4. dryer ft fireplace $17,500. For more Info. call * * *
til??? Itpd 5/28. machines. Must be In taken In Lake Butler SHOPi go direct no middle Down payment $1500 9647004. Itpd 5/28. Brick home "with appro. 2000 .,. ft. CrMA carport. utili
YARD SALE Thurs.; Fri., and working condition. 496-3079 and Keystone man no salesman's HOMES monthly. payment $248. YOU Will LIKE THIS private ty. 2 full baths. 4 bedrooms, ."c".IIIIoml00'" with
Sot., May 28, 29 ft 30. Fifth 9645764. tfn 2/12. Heights' 473-4973. 2/26 f... Offering all the nationally Olin's Mobile Home Soles furnished one bedroom fireplace' carpeted LIT 4 OR paved cfrfvewav fenced
trailer on right. OIin'. WILL PAY CASH for your used tfn. known brands FOR SALE 964-5606. 5/21 2tchg 5/23. apartment. A/C carpet. $45,000 with assummaole mortgage.!
Trailer Park Clothes, toys, furniture: Phone Mark NEW AND USED WATER such as Jordache Vender- REPO-'SO CONCORD 14.56: Call 9646752. Itchg 5/28. * * *
CONDITIONERS Sales and 1 BR HOME located at 962N. 10 Goldhoad fork timber .
ceramics dishes, shoes at 964-5684 or 964-7189. but Calvin Klein. BUY THE MODEL home andreceive 28R 1BA $9495 selling ocr. near power pel embraced
redwood lawn furniture. 8 5/21 2tchg 5/23. Service. Call for fr..water Sedgefield, Levi! and over a $1500.00 rebateat Down Temple Ave. CAll by running' creek frfeol "om..". $18,995 with
a.m. tel??? Itchg 5/28. 15" e LUG SNAP-RING RIMS analysis and Information. 70 other brands. price. payment 964-5193.) 5/28 Itchg. ossum. mortgage of $10.25 @ 10 .mo. pay. $"'.29.
closing' II you occupy by $1900 monthly payment DUPLEX bdrm. central
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YARD SALE Sat.. May 30 9 Call Cardin Bros. 964-6750. 964-5673.3/12 tfn. 13500.00 Includes beginning : * * *
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til??. 614 N. Grand St.. Itchg 528.URGENT BAKER LP GAS INC. Family- inventory, airfare forI July 4. 1981 3 BR 2 Both $140. Olin's Mobile Home heat and air; unfurnished. $7600 for small frame home on city lot (needs TIC). You
next to Stark. Elementary ) Need! $8500 loan owned and operated. We I to our notional Caia Del Forest Circular Sales 964-5606. 5/21 2tchg Starke. Call 964-8110 don't have ta be a millionaire' / live l/ke/ enef
School. A little bit of to close home I have strive to give better prices warehouse, training, fixtures Drive all ..n.rgyllcI.nt/ 5/28. leave name and number. * CCC
everything. Itchg 5/28. been renting on with option to and services. Phone gas and Grand Opening Vi acre lot Be the lit in REPO '80 FLEETWOOD IIpd 5/28. Valuable property en 301 adjacent/ font. Telephone. Inquire .
buy. Excellent collateral tosecure plant 259-6812. Lawt.y Promotions. Call Mr. Staike's finest residential DOUBLEWIDEi 24x64 3BR 2 FURNISHED EFFICIENCY about derails.'
Please 782-3349.5/7 4tpd 5/23. Wilkerson at area Call 964-5533 Still full Bo., central A/C. Setup APARTMENT Utilities fur * * *
LOSTFOUNDLOSTt call 964-7103.mortgage.Itpd 5/28. 'FREE PRESSURE WASHING Mademoiselle Fashions time to pick out colors ready to move Into. nished. No children No 200' en 301 "with 1.61 acres. Our finest commercial pro-
TWO COMMUTERS to the when we paint your home. 214/631-4022. Itpd 5/28. V.A. no money down. 4/23 Sold where Is. 17900. pets.' Call 964-5464. 5/28 perfy. Termi $4I.50O 15 acres or 30 lets Forest heights
WITH REWARD! Block University of Florida from We recommend Sears EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY tfchg. Down payment, $3580. tfn. on Rd. 16 W.
cat named "Tiger". Whit. Stork. area. 8 a.m. to 4.30: "Weatherbeoter". Quality Established route with I NEW HOMES-LAKEFRONT: monthly payment S260.Olin' TRAILER for 2 people on CCC * *
spot on right foreleg. Lost p.m., shift driving. Call materials, workmanshipand large debit company. Call over '/. acre lots on Mobile Home Sales Sampson Lake. Access to Immediate occupancy with unbelievable terms 1700 .". .
service. For free between 8 and 10 ask lake and use of small boat. ft. home 1 BR I'/tB nice neighborhood.
near Sonny'; B8Q (May Laura after 5:30.: 964-5520. for beautiful Sampson Lake 9645606. 5/21 2tchg 5/28. .
9th). Call Town A Country Itpd 5/28. estimate, call 964-8961 David Taylor. 5/28 4tchg 45 mlns. to Jacksonville.See 191 MOBILE HOME: Call 964 6408.1 tchg 5/28. * * *
Vet. Clinic 9646411. 5/21 MALE SIAMESE CAT for after 6 p.m. 5/21 3tchg( 6/18. our model home to- payments starting at MOBILE HOME 12 x 65; 2 Owner leaving town 4 Bit 2 B brick ham situated on
6/4. BR, I BA. Kitchen, dining 1.75 dull..fenced back
2tpd 5/28. acre n er Country yard.assum.
breeding purposes. I havea day. VA-no down. $137.00 month. John
money per side
'WILL DO TYPING AT HOME room, living room.
LOSr mortgage.
REWARD
: One dog
approx. 3 yrs. old, male; 4-yr. old Sllverpolnt. Call Please call Ado Reddish at HELP Call today. 964-5533. 4/23 Brown Mobile Home room ((8 x 20)) perfect for fIt.. .
Kathy Fenton, 4682743. 5/7.
neutured. Brown in color 964-7910 after 5 p.m. WANTEDRN tfnchg Center. 4733775.49 office or den. Furnished.No Bast Flshln'/ Let 43 Sompion lake Shores has light pole
I tpd 5/28. SR 16 E 3 bedroom home
weighs between 13 and 15 Anytime weekends tfnchg( : on tfnchg. children or pets. Call and loptlc tank and a "dog" of a traitor $16,700''
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Ibs. Pt. dachshund and 5/21. OR LPN NEEDED 3.11 or 8/, acres lots of shade SAVE It Buy direct from fac 9645033. Itchg 5/28. 44444 *
chihuahua. Answers to PERSONAL ,WILL BABYSIT All ages. 1 I1 I-7 shift (with differential and pecan trees. Call tory. Prices start at 12' 3 BR MOBILE HOME $135 $19,850 for 3.95 nice acres an 301 N. Highly dedrable.'
Come 513 E. Adklns St., ). Part time full 9645350. 5/28 2tchq 6/4. wide $6,995; 14' wide per month $100 deposit
Tyke. Lost Sat.. May 16 In SERVICESCOOL by pay or time. fIt * * *
evening hwy. 100 E., 1.2 Starke. 5/21 2tchg 5/28. Phone 284-5606. Green $7,995 double wldes on Grlffis Loop. phone House beautiful 2244 ''1. ft. CH4A close to shopping.
miles outside city limits. SEAL FOR TRAILER '1 WE DO QUALITY mobile I Cove Springs. Geriatrics .1 riRECOVERV. 12995. Come by and see 9648704. Itchg 5/28. 444444
Contact Alonzo Purdom TOPS materials < labor home roof coating. Center. 5/21 2tchg 5/28. large selection of mobile ROOMS Hwy. 16. 527 Developer's' dream near Hampton 40 acres plenty' ol
964-6961. Itpd 5/28. furnished. $79.00. Aluminum or Kool White. KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER I I D homes. Community Mobil. Brownlee and Water St., timber roads $40OOO with $15,000 down owner will
431.1827.1& tfn. Call 964-8961 after 6 p.m. dealer wanted for local j iiP i. ROOM Home Sales. US-301 North Shower private living finance & 12%.
5/21 Stchg 64.MOBILE area Will train Call Mr. ',The) Recovery Room of Storke. 964-8741. 4/9 quarters A/C. Male or fIt. * 44
Riley 388-0726 or apply at I Lake City local Dlst. female. Apply in person. $18,500 Worthington Spring store and 2 'lofs.
9646031. Itchg 5/28. . .
Bradford Riley Kirby Co.. 942 Melba FOR RENT fit.
Mini-Storage & Office St., Jacksonville, Fl. 5/21 Archie Tanner Funeral MOBILE HOME 2 bedroom Beautiful Lot HI of Culfvlaw SubdivIsion, near Country
HOME -4lchg 6/1. Home ,.-iJ.t645757 :. furnished In Lawtey. A/C. Club $8.800.
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Rf NT 1frt'! =: NSURANCEHOMEOWNERS J>' !Slnrl< Fl. MIMOSA MANOR MOBIL furnished. No
FOR WORK AT HOME If you enjoy water * * *
HOME PARK mobile homes
talking on the children or Inside pets. PREFERRED PROPERTIES/
15 Storage Units + 600 sq. ft. POLICIESAT telephone, call 373.7335 or Auto PartsAnytime 4682912.and spaces for rent. Phone $150.00 plus security *4.5 acres really secluded-nice trees $ ..000.C .
542-9451 Florida News TFchgHOUSEKEEPING deposit. 7823363. Itpd 40 acres lawtey area $42,000-Owner finance.C .
Beautiful office Service. Itchg 5/28. and sleeping 5/28. New, modern, CB store 301 lawtey 52000. Owner lin.
space REASONABLE RATESOlin's JESSIE'S LOUNGE Is now taking S & W Muffler room TV and Air NOW AVAILABLE IN a.autlfull..nl Rd. lot--I33'.7SO'.
- Underwood Motel, 3 miles STARKEr Nice 2 bedrm 1 '/>
Corner applications for bar- *5 acresoppros. 9 miles west of Stark.-St. Rd. 100.
Hwy. 100 and Laura St., Starke j| Mobile maid and waitr...... Apply And Disc Parts North of Stark. on Hwy baths drapes carpet, Lawtey 301-CB stere-S19.500ewn.Iin! .

at Bradford Package 301. 10/9 tnchg washer, dry.r hookup *lot on E. Call St. Call for details.
Owner Financing Available Home SalesFREE Store, Mon. thru F.I.. 10 964-5677 MOBILE HOMESi Two and convenient to shopping. 7 l-acre lots, Brawnlee Rd. $".COO/A. 20*. down, 12*.
QUOTES a.m. 2 p.m. Itchg 3/23. three bedrooms;: clean. $200 mo. 1st. lost and *406 W. Adklns-House < SO' 100' lot $12.500.
e47275Portable : : Phone 964-5606 DON NEEDED Call Starke Extra cash Highway 16 and 225. New security No pets. Eastwood Or 3 BR 2 B. panel carpet. 32900.

Elaine M. Olin Agent Nursing Home. Starke, I we buy cans S.30Lt> owners formerly Whiles 4681509. Itpd 5/28. Call St. commercial 100' x 190' Owner fin. $9,900.
Inchg 9646220. 5/28. tfn. Also other metals Park. Call 4681323. 3/12 MOBILE HOME 3 BR 2 BA $.5 acres near Presbyt.Church ho.pltol-mok. offer,
Turn Trash into Cash tfn. 24 x 60 CH/A. full kitcher 20 acres. Rd. 100 W $27.990. Owner financed.
Buildings Bradford RecyclingN. KITCHENNETTES. EFFICIENCY" and all on one acre. Neo *43 Ac. Lawt.y area formerly"Bare Skin Lodge" $40.OOO.
DISCOVERY ( Temple Ave'.r1"96459J8 APARTMENTS Weekly SR 241.18 (Union Co.) Cal *4.7B Acres Rd. 230A < Wilson Rd. SI 1.700..
SUZUKI OF STARKEiHwy AND EXPLORATION I .." & 'tWlWy '' dt... Temple 282-1826 or 496-3792. 5/21 Country Club lot 110' x 383'-nice location--$10 000.
Mdt....1"067357.! .tfn. Cell lot 235' 8V fin. 19
NATURE Operated By BUArtea Busy I Water St. x Owner $ .100.
301S 954-6020 TREK 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. on Rd. 16E Owner fin.
$500 ma. Income lour, furn. rentaltColl I Bay 55000.
6X10 thru 12X50 _ OVERNIGHT CAMPING TRIP r Realtor Associates.-After Hours
-. CARDIN BROS. Wayne E. Douglas e Broker-Salesman 964-6593

May 30th weekend Byron Terwlllegar647776 Martha Dorko-782-3397
Steve Cardin-owner
Marlene Roberts-9 4-850S Cerrl lennon-49-3140

[964-675O I Anne T.will.gar Nel>on475U77Personalized

FREE to Boys and Girls 6 to 10 _
Robinson Construction IANDCLEARINC SEPTIC TANKS -

Your Home la Where years old. All Expenses paid. DOZER WORK LARGE & SMALL .SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED
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: FILL DIRT 'LIMEROCK DRAINFIELDS RELAID
i> Your Heart It<
PONDS DUG FILL DIRT
We can 'rerr-odel. build and shape yoUr'hOlTe. 1 Call I Letterheads &
up 473-3830 any evening ROADS BUILT -SEPTIC TANK SUPPLIES Stationary _
MOBILE HOMES are our specialty: CULVERTS SET & COVERED
from 7 to 9 pm BRAI )F6UD PRINTERS
Repairs! & Washing.

....' '! ':': ; :'"" '''''' write invest In the Best . It Saves More l I Ill \\'. Call SI. 'iii; $-571i:
Wt'io noi fPfg Vusnexpensive/ or PO. Box 88 h. .
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<< ,,,, Lake Geneva, Fla. 32660
;''i Inolt.. WALDO FARMERS PROFESSIONAL TREE SERVICE

Fret Ks: >tinmU' I""W. ?- ..oI.. All Types Injured

Western North Carolina Mnts. & FLEA MARKET J4FREE.- ESTIMRTES fOfJ. .

Call Thomas 0. N.ltlet

Hundreds of Opportunities 5., Blakewood Equipment Sales JL. 496-3738 laks Butler .

Hwy 301 N., Waldo Florida -
Only A Day Away I I j9VP SE4
.. Pickup Butcher Chill Cut. and Wrap" 468-2255 Wall
Choice small acreage, priced from

$1000 acre and up Many parcels to Good selection of Yanmar ......Drilling! "...
&I choose from. tractors & trade-ins "i--Thfue'' MOBILE HOME

+ 105 acres mountain land, state road Fast Rotary SERVICE POLES.

HARDEE'S MEAT MARKET access, lots of water, all wooded, $675 Cub Tractor w/mower . . . . $1800.00 Drilling Equipment _

Cub ..... !. ...'.'. .S .Q.
F.mlhe Pen to the Pen per acre, owner terms. Tractor w/mower..SOLD 1800/010 : ... ____________

We moke Easier for You :. Trout stream, 3 acres with 300 feet Cub Tractor w/mower . . . 1700.00 .m. "20IJ IMP _
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!235CaU'
on stream good and also
access sprin Super A w/cultivator, disc, plow . . 2650.00 '
SATURDAY for drinking water. $13500.00 New a Used Intfim___*_____ _
21 e e. WASHINGTON ST OPEN MONDAY High Clear Super A. . . . . . 1995.00 t ttn ,Wal ;
STARKE.FLORIDA 32091 884.8725 Campground 16 acres 50 sites, 2600 SalesPartsServicejPlumfajng ._ _ _
feet river front US Highway frontage Allis-Chalmers Cub w/sickle mower. . 1600.00

.. ...... .: ..T.!!m ..........
8N Ford .
Tractor. . . -
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Would Like To Exchange Any InformationOn $12 oo.00 Owner terms. . . 1895.009N VACUUM

the Following Families: 17 Unit Motel &: Restaurant 3 + Ford Tractor. . . . . . . 1800.009N SALE
.
ALVAREZ ANDREU JOHNS acres US Four lane frontage Ford Tractor. . . . . . . 1895.00 New Installation NEW C USED

$225000.00 Owner terms @ 10( %. Massey 30 Tractor. . W. f inane* our own.
. . . . 1895.00

I am particularly interested In 'Maria Massey 35 Diesel . . . . . . 2200.00 ....Remodeling......................Repairs....,........... ROYALS KIRBYS
Alvarei born approximately In 1852. married FREE BROCHURE.
Oliver Model 1450 Diesel..SOLD ;iWS0/BO P.i.c.wPUM EUREKAS
December 12. 1843 to Cornelius Johns
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Long Model 350 Diesel HOOVERS
born May. 1821. Maria had a brother or ;,- 30D- S3KVJrfj I Tractor..500.00 P ELECTROLUX C

relative, William C. Alvorei, who was ap John Deere 350 Dozer . . . . 6800.00
7LL ,CscEF JiqwuAietiL & FILTER QUEENS
proximately, year old In 1850. __ Blade, root-rake. SEARS
SUPPLYCOMPANY
( Also Good Selection Riding Mowers ) COMMERCIAL
Will b. glad to share information' that I RbJIv &,
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Nave on these thr. families. ...-,...-............ repair all makes.

Russell V. HughesPost I %t:> J et4pYte Co 9jcPO& Come See Steve or Al 468-2255 .64N. YOUNG'S _

Office Box 2273

Orlando Florida 32802 220 $( '1'1 jiui4 ? Waldo Farmers &, Flea Market Temple Starke I Ave.Fla., 964-6918 Sine ItS

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by Carl Tilley _
Staff WriterA HRS District III office in Gainesville. there are primary physicians the _
Freedman works specifically with nurese will work with the local practi-
new outreach service providing Children's Medical Services, a tioner in the ongoing primary care for
improved follow-up medical care to statewide program of HRS. such special patients."A .
some 1,000 chronically ill children in Coordinating health services in the i
rural Northcentral Florida will begin communtles will be a specially train- major goal of the project will be /
this fall in Union and Bradford Coun- ed corps of 30 nurses, now being to prevent or reduce the complications
ties as a joint venture of the state recuited. They will complete coursesin associated with the child's
Department of Health and Rehabila- the family-oriented nursing practice disease," says Freedman.The .
tion Services and the University of of UF's College of Nursing before \ ,
Florida Health Center. beginning the service. Directing the children who will) receive care .
Children with diabetes, cancer nurse training will be Patricia Pierce through REACH must already have
kidney disease epilepsy and other a nurse educator now completing her qualified for CMS assistance and/or c, ,' J L
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long-term illnesses or multiple abnormalities doctorate at the University of Texas, Medical Funds. Following the reviewof +
that call for continuing and two additional UF Faculty patient records within the target
medical attention will benefit from members. region,CMS staff members are selecting
the program. Appropiately the project "The nurses will live close to the the patients who have the kinds of
is called REACH an acronym for community they serve and drive health problems that would be
Rural Efforts to Assist Children at regular circuits, monitoring the responsive to the program.To .
Home. health status pf patients in the assigned f
regions Freedman. "They assess the program's effec t z 'w
Supporting the service for the first says I
three years will be a $600,000 grant to will assess the children's medical, tiveness in improving the delivery of
Secretary Alvin Taylor of the Depart emotional, educational and social health services and the functional
ment of HRS from Robert Wood needs at home and school as well as abilities of the patients, a systematic
Johnson Foundation of Princeton making sure the families receive the evaluation will be carried out. Dr. .
N.J. Matching funds are being provided help they need," he said. Jeffrey Krisher, a UF associate professor ._, .. -, ', -_- ..... ,p;..", ,,i.. L-WS
by the U.S. Health Care Financing of anestesiology and chief of NEW PROGRAM .. .. "

Adminstration When the new service begins, the Health Services Research and '.,
"Our major goal will be to help neighborhood nurses will provide the Evaluation of the Veterans Ad- New REACH project to be enacted In the fall, is designShands Teaching UospltalaUhe tfiilveralty Florida. for
families who need ongoing care for at-home patient care and assessment ministration Medical Center,will con- ed to make good follow-up medical care readily accessible treatment of his kidney:disease. Decker li shown above
the sick children but are isolated in keeping with guidlines where there duct the ongoing evaluation to see if and less expensive_ for patients like I t-jear-old John during latest visit to Shands. with his mother Mrs. Lila
from modern services by both low in- are primary care established by UF objectives are met, including a reduc- Decker whose family has had to make numerous trios to North, and a nurseIn, the pediatric renal dialysis facility.
come and remote location"says project children's physicians in appropriate tion of medical costs.
director Steve Freedman with specialties. In communities where

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I Guidance Clinic Funds Cut $34,719Funds : i GRAND OPFJMNGSAtE ... .




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for the Bradford-Union off giving a reply, stating it has no ie, at the same level as last year," Center," .
Guidance Clinic for the 1981)1982 policy on the question of the local Welty said in his letter. "As you may Welty asked Daly and Fletcher to I
fiscal year have been cut $34,719 according clinic obtaining funds direct with the be aware, our budget for fiscal review the matter and assist the local
to Clinic Business Manager state. 1980-81 was decreased however, from clinic in correcting the financial pro- :
Charles Hardy.Information. The local board took steps at the $247,000 for 1979)80 to 227000." blems. All Brands .R .d-
was presented to April 23 board meeting to get a reply "This was done despite the fact that Reporter Andy Denonn also a
clinic's board of director's monthly from the board in Gainesville by the District III Mental Health Board member of the Board of Director of i
meeting Thursday May 21, at the authorizing a letter to be sent requesting received substantial increases in its local clinic, reported to the clinic
Starke office, that funds have been an immediately reply. budget, from HRS for service providers board that a $19,700 LEAA grant for
cut again this year by the North For some time officials of the local ," Welty said."Simultaneously. Camp Quiet Thunder program for this
Florida Mental Health Center boardin clinic have known that the mental excess match year was approved by the Clear
Lake City. health facility in Hernando County in funds generated by the Bradford- inghouse Committee of NCFRPC at
The budget has been cut from the Brooksville has contracted direct Union Guidance Clinic have been and its monthly meeting in Gainesville
current budget of $247,000 back to with the state. are continued to be used by the Wednesday, Mav 20. .
224000. Hardy stated he has received That clinic is also affiliated with the District III Mental Health Board to The program deals with delinquent Hunter Kenroy
information that additional figures District Three Mental Health Boardin draw down state funds for its own children who are recommended for ,

indicate $11,291 will also be cut from Gainesville.At operation," he said. "Consequently, the four week summer program by V ,
the available funding its May 18 meeting the District while the District Mental Health Bradford and Union County schools(
Dr. William Lennon, executive Three Mental Health Board in Board was able to provide substantial personnel. Monticello *. Nut
director of the Bradford-Union Gainesville voted 11-8 to turn down a rasies for its staff as did North Denonn stated Dale McPherson of ne

Guidance Clinic, stated he was upset request by the Bradford-Union Florida Mental Health Center, we Gainesville at the Clearinghouse
because the District Three Mental Guidance Clinic board to receive were put in the position of asking our Committee Meeting asked if the staff '
Health board approved an 11-percent funds direct from the state. county commissions for additional had information regarding the EmmersbnPalco -
pay raise for its staff and the center Richard Welty, president of the funds for raises and operational expenses number of minority children that par- .
board clinic's board of directors, in a letterto this f. .
in Lake City employees were year. ticipated in the program. Jean :
granted a six percent increase. the HRS District III Administrator ."The Center Board has declined to Martel ;niajuiger,JQr thJcommittee -" is ,,,: ,,, '. .' .. ...
Efforts to get funding restored( for Charted Daly 8nd Mrs. Glands Fletcher restore this' decrease in funds for stated? she did not. have "rl., n ttnnlil
the local clinics in Lake Butler and mental health supervisor for either 1980-1981 or 1981-1982" Welty the information. From' 79"O": ; Gill
Starke have hit a snap according to HRS, asks for assistance in restoringlost said. "At the same time, the District A check with the clinic offices in Priced
Dr Lennon. funds. Mental Health Board indicates that Starke showed that approximately 11
The clinic has tried for the past "It is our understanding that is has legal counsel advises it that since it out of the 40 children this year wouldbe .
year to be allowed to contract direct been a number one priority of the does not have a contract with the minority youngsters. That information -
with the State of Florida bypassing Legislature, the Department of HRS Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic it was called by Denonn to the
both boards in Gainesville and Lake and the District Mental Health Boardto has no authority to require NCFRPC office in Gainesville just Wind I Firs 'of' ,fla
City fund, first, mental health service maintenance of effort funding by the prior to the clinic's board of director's .
But the Gainesville board has put providers at a maintenance of level North Florida Mental Health meeting. .
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Teresa Sheryl Paulk Thomas A. Reames Funeral services will be held Thurs. Luther Blease Hardee 1 ..'.....1&'.... ..H":6

Miss Teresa Sheryl Paulk age 19, Thomas (Tommy) A. Reames age day, May 28 (today), at 2:30 p.m: in ? Luther Blease Hardee 67, of Nettie L. Rodda' ." -' l'NEW'YE'AR' *'} .-_
of Pine Forest Apartments Starke 42, of Starke died in the Bradford the Chapel of DeWitt C. Jones Starke died early Friday morning Mrs. Nettie L. Rodda 52, o rt

died Friday morning.. May 22, in County Hospital early Tuesday morn- Funeral Home with O.D. Giles, May 22, in Memorial Hospital in Lakeland, died Tuesday May 26. b t, .
Keystone Heights, from injuries ing after a lingering illness. minister of the Church of Christ of Raleigh, North Carolina following a after an extended illness. .I S. A
received in an automobile accident Born in Baxley Ga., May 19, 1939. ficiating. Interment will be in Crosby brief illness. Born in Ocala, Mrs Rodda moved, J J'f =a
Born in Orlando Fl. on Feb. 26, Mr. Reames had lived in Starke mostof Lake Cemetery. Born and raised in Georgia Mr. to Lakeland and then to Homestead'two ;
1962 Miss Paulk had lived in Starke his lifetime. He was a route Hardee was a veteran of WWII and years ago. Mrs. Rodda, was a }" :& FIGURESJ:
with her family, for the last three salesman for American Bakeries and also was self-employed until ill health former resident of Worthington Springs -
years moving here from Lake was a member of the Church of David (Dave) Waardenburg forced his retirement. He was of the with her father. Rev.' Carroll. .'1.'t..J & .". wpb' =
Geneva. She was a member of the Christ. Mr. David \Vaardenburg,77 who Baptist faith.Survivors pastor of the Sardis Baptist Church.';' M- population
Baptist faithSurvivors Survivors include: his wife Ferrell lived in Keystone Heights in the Parkof include: his wife. Mrs. She is a member of the Southside Bap-': ''Vtrend' 'c 'ntlnue,* U.S. Cen-
include her Mr the Palms died Friday in tist Church in Lakeland. ;-'; su* Bureau statistics allow
: parents Thomas Reames; his mother Mrs. morning Ethel Howard Hardee of Starke: Y.; '
and Mrs. Paul Paulk Starke; one Ruby C. Reames of Starke; his grandmothers the North Florida Regional Hospitalin three sons, Claude and Dwayne Survivors include) One daughter,' if/.',America could becofcM'th I / \}I
daughter. Miss Christina Paulk, Mrs. Fannie Reames and Gaineville. Born in Patterson New Hardee, both of Starke, and Terry] Miss Nancy Lee Rodda. 'Lakelandiher : :; I*. ?'land of the m d4l -.d.".. ty j ;d')
Starke; two brothers Paul E. and Mrs. Alice Branch both of Starke; Jersey August 12, 1903, he spent most Hardee of Keystone Heights; two mother. Mrs. Nellie Mae Carroll. ,. Our comparatively low' birth
James W. Paulk. both of Apopka, Fl. three brothers, W.P. Reames, Jr. of of his life there. He lived in Keystone daughters, Mrs. Marie Wilkerson and Lakeland. j, rate huencouraged' experts ii( "' ,
Funeral services were held Sunday Starke Curtis Reames of Keystone Heights from 1972 to 1979 then movedto Mrs. Patricia Whitaker both of Graveside funeral services will.be ;irhS *% iicUct.Jhd >5 percent: !. #,
May 24. at 3:00 p.m. at the gravesidein Heights and Calvin Reames of York, Penn., and returned to Starke: three brothers Clarence held Friday., May 29.;at l:30p.mjiaifElzey wyo; f>thdlpopuhttOts'will bet* 't.
Lee Memorial Cemetery. Lee. Fl., Madison; five sisters. Betty Moody Keystone Heights in November of Hardee Winter Haven. J.T. Hardee. 'Chapel Cemetery in'.Lake: ::Or over'SS. ';' bf' the'year 2000. ;
with Rev Ronny Combass officiating. Lawtey, Mary] Luke and Ruby 1980. He was a retired dairy salesma Ludowici. Ga., and Roan Hardee. Butler., Visitation from 9 a.m. Friday 71ip" ,'.r'. ,'. "
DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. Waldron both of Starke Lavenia and was a member of the Park of the Richman Hill. Ga., two sisters. Mrs. to 12:30: p.m.. Archer Funeral HometJin ;, .S'rdt'V' ,
Starke. was in charge of ar Judd. Ocala and Wanda Quinn Alex. Palms Church. Thelma !:Burns Moncure N.C.. and Lake)"/Butler is in charge of?a,.:?', jf\t; ,. ,.\
rangements. andria, La. Survivors include his wife Mrs. Mrs. Leta Matkins. Burlington N.C. rangements. ,s r,, l ,::1':. -' =.-,(
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Jean Brown Waardenburg: two and five grandchildren. "'. :>!I.f00"
daughter. Marion Miller of Fair Funeral services were held at 3 :Mrs. BanieSapp Mott 1 JV .
Lawn N.J. and Jean Harvey of York, p.m. Monday May 25 at the Chapel of Mrs. Banie .'.92. of \ .
Penn.; two brothers, Frank Waarden- Archie Tanner Funeral Home with Brooker. died Wednesday morning. ,
ANOTHER POINT OF VIEWby burg of Pompano Beach. Fla., and Rev Gene Bass conducting the ser May 27 in Alachua General Hospitalin .
John Waardenburg Wyckoff, N.J.; a vices. Burial was in Crosby Lake Gainesville.Mrs. .
] Carl Tillev sister. Susie Ozinga of Keystone Cemetery with Archie Tanner Mott was a life long resident of
Heights; Sgradnchildren and2 great. Funeral Home in charge of arrangements Bradford County and was the widow 1981 .1.i( the first year since
:News'; reporting is: often most rewarding but at times it can be very grandchildren. of the late Jim Mott, She was a. ?'1948 Without; n'new. "model ,

depressing.A Services were held May 25 at 11 member of the Long Bridge Christian, 'of the ,,popular ,MO sport ',' .
news reporter is somewhat like a policeman. Both professions workon a.m. in the Park of the Palms Chapel Church. car. It,stopped production .
a case present the facts and stand back and hope the*end result will be with Mr. Frank Waardenburg and William Thomas Prevail Survivors include: two daughters ,(In, ,late 1980. However, : ';-'
for the betterment of the community Mr. Robert Mojonnier officiating. In. _William Thomas "W.T."" Prevail. Mrs. Mary Sue Rahn Starke and Mrs" ..nouli' "metre1,mad* so that
This past week this writer was reminded that news reporting in a small terment was in Keystone Heights 16. of Starke died Monday. May 25. Bonnie Taylor Worthington Springs:* top-down driving enthusiast
town is not like that of a large town. It was explained" that writing storiesin Cemetery with arrangements handled following a boating accident in Silver two sons L.A. (Shine) Mott and JohnH. -can find them at MG
small towns had to be done with "discretion. by DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. Lake in Bradford County. Mott. both ',r Gainesville: one dee1eresfor; .a' few more
"Don't Rock the boat" as the boat you rock might make things rough onyou. Ethan Lake.Butler: 10 *' .
Mr. Prevatt was born and raised in brother. Sapp : month* ,And there will be
was the message. Bradford County and attended Bradford grandchildren and 17 great,. grand. spate part*!available for at .
Such a statement is not only untrue but outright stupid. Such thinking County Schools. He children. east 10 .. : ':
was years.Tranaportatlon
underminds the very purpose of news reporting. employed with the Farmer's Mutual Funeral services will be held Friday .
e .
With over 10 years in the news business I have received a few such in the of .5 '
chapel
at 3
Exchange in Starke at the time of his May 29. p.m.
continents =,"Needless to say, none has stopped a story from being printed. Wilbur Ray HornsbyMr. death. Archer Funeral Home in Lake Butler.: 'of the fu-
:News stories should be written so all sides receive equal coverage.All Wilbur Ray Hornsby. 72. Rev. Lonnie Parker Rev.Ra: mond.. r. ttKe;rniilt.aUo include the ',',
Survivors Include his mother and y
newspapers make mistakes. If there is a mistake a correction isprinted. Starke. died Sunday night. May 24 in ste -father. Mr. and: Mrs. Edward Baer officiating. Burial will follow'in'' Jo".. i.\fpr rlreltedF hydrofoil. .. '
the Bradford Siienv a .boat Alan cruise at 50 .
County Hospital following ,
Dekle in Lake Butler. The .
Williams Starke: his father. Lester Cemetery ,
A recent proposed Florida state law would require newspapers to a long illness. Born in Bradford Prevatl. Gainesville sister Miss family will receive visitors Thursdayevening mile jin hour. (ITwo are :".!
publish a correction in the same place that the error. was made. County August IS. 1908. Mr. Hornsbywas Brenda Prevatt. Starke: one brother. from 7:30: to 9:30 at tM retread: .taking, commuter ",t
one
This bill was passed by a 3-1 Senate Judlciar -('h.ill.ommittee a lifetime resident of this area : Funeral Home. Archer Funeral Home r- and;.toiirlats around. the Ha-
Allan Starke -
Joe Prevatt. two
after. Sl'n. George Kirkpa'tnck. D-Gamesivlle. introduced it. and was a member of the Baptist brothers. Buck and Mark: Williams step- of Lake Butler is in charge of, ar, "wallan .Wand/.r, .
The problem is that newspapers run an article on the front page; or the faith. .
both of Starke his maternal rangements. "
: grandmother
imports section and make a mistake but when th.run. the retraction (they' ...
Mrs. Ann Sweat. Starke his M "
put it in the grocery ads" Kirkpatrick said. Survisors include two sisters Mrs. ; '.
maternal grandfather J.L. Sweat Thanks"We '
=.No" one likes a negative article written on them. How ever, the news has Hazel Young of Starke. and Mrs. his Card of ;'. .:
to be printed regardless of the feelings that things Pearl Burris of Starke: paternal grandmother.Mrs. >
personal or a promise Keystone Heights; Myrtle Starling. Lawtey and would like to extend this letter,"
might be "hard on the or the writing the and a brother. J. ..
paper. person story Markley Hornsby of paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. of appreciation to all who came to us" : JisSf
The "tell it like it is" approach is always best. :Most newspapers try to Starke. '
lollow ihis of Albert Williams. Starke. with their many expressions of love In I -f VL sg4>* ;
type writing. ,, : -
Funeral services were held at 3 our time of need. Our loved one has
If a news is factual and unbiased the couldn't less if '.
storj writer care Graveside services c1.Benny :
were held
S
the reader likes it or not. p.m. Wednesday. May] 27. at the left us but the many friends have been "
Like the Wednesday, May 27 at 11 a.m. in Church of God on St. Clair Street with by our side to help in this time of sorrow ', .
police cannot make'r'on... happy. But like thepollct' .
reporters Hope
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Cemetery Theresa with
Rev -
Rev. M.E. Drake officiating. Burial A special thanks to Archie Tan*; :
the .
end result is well! worth the effort. Lacy Odman'lMgali '
Conway C' c.
officiating DeWitt his
was in Prevatt Cemetery with Archie ner and Rev Gene Bass for,their kind:
Our great county today cannot make good decisions about businessandenergy Jones Funeral Home, Starke was in Tanner Funeral Home in charge of and considerate assistance thi/ 'I,' .\fTT'. lt >th* .*. of MV a1 -
unless the facts are presented and the informed ideas are explored charge of arrangements. time. :. .,|n* v;
arrangements.
by good factual .rt boat
reporting. TheHard.'Familr', : exi*- Of Chlcaao.
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Opportunities '
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1oureg..P"e.ohard) to Come By p a n' MORE HEALTHIER PRODUCTIVEStudies FORESTS AND

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I BCT Staff Writer |i the- employment( problem perience a point should be made they I

young adults will take the are willing to learn through on-the- i ir
few short c c:
In a weeks area 't litary as W way out. Some will job training. List the reasons one
businessmen; as well as parents will 'It become career:military while others wants to work with the company.
be subjected to young people out of will simply Join to gain experience for Seeking employment can take time.A .
school and looking for work. civil jobs. standard application form shouldbe
For many formal.\educatlon is National show less than 9 filled out along with your resume.
over. School'4 dances afttd programsare percent will join the military with Most business people will request you

set aside'for a new learning" process three percent becoming career fill out one even if you have a resume. L _. ___,_._ ,, by the U.S. Forest
called "job hunting. military.Some .. Proper dress is important. One can : Service say that America's
With inflated unemployment already high young adults will go to work make a better impression if neatly : -' need for wood could dou
and an economy, job huntingwill fulltime in a job that dressed. Dirty clothes and sloppy ble in less than 50 years.
become a difficult task. while they were in school. Others will dress reflects on ones personal pride. That's why all of us needto
"Experience" is what business people be lucky and get a job from their Do not expect to find a job the first be concerned about bet
want, says a spokesperson for parents position in an established day out. It Is well to remember that ter management of our na
the Employment'Security Commission firm. high school students are competingwith employers do not seek help throughthe wants employmentThe tion's forest lands now.
in Starke. According to the A small portion will start a businessof college graduates and out of commission. type of profession you wish Foresters with companieslike
spokesperson there are plenty of jobson their own. Less than one percent work experienced job seekers. Some stores and large companiesdo may not be available. One may be Boise Cascade Corporation
the ma6ket but most employerswant Will become partners in an established Employment in Florida is made not advertise for help at all. A forced to work at a task they do not are working every day
experienced workers. business. harder with the constant flow of check with larger corporations could like.Be to learn more about the forest .
Very few business people today can Reports show that 23 percent will visitors seeking part-time and full- save you many miles of walking.Be honest In your job applications.Most and how to care for it,
afford to hire anyone and train themat move from their hometown to other time work. pleasant and understanding.You business people will know if one and their experience shows
the same time. The state,of Ahe cities and states for employment.Less Census reports show the average might be turned down for a job, is telling the truth. If one accepts a that good managementmeans
economy demands cutback< .frdtnthe than three percent will attend age in Florida is 34.7 years. This in but that employer may rememberhow job he knows is only until a position in healthier, more pro
business community whifei.. often institutions of higher education. Of effect means one has older, more experienced pleasant and understanding you his chosen field opens up he should be ductive forest lands. For example
starts .Wlth; training 'iorWew, that three percent only two percentwill people looking for work were. This could lead to a referral for sure to tell the employer. by adequately stock-
employees. -I"""..(! 'fev'v!: "(, graduate. Many will start college also.After another company and it could later Most business people admire ing and spacing trees using
Average training time tow" *'newemployee stop for awhile then finish college you have been granted an interview cause the company to call you back. honest, straight forward employees. high quality planting stock
is threw weeks. at a later date. and you have talked to a Understand that a person in Finding work in a small communitymay and then thinning and some
Those three weeks for a small Within two years after graduation business owner don't just sit around business will not hire you if there is no become a disappointment. The times even fertilizing the
business can be expensive. Employ- 14< percent will become married. The waiting for a phone call or a letter. In need for help. Just because he is a smaller the business community is trees as they grow Boise
ment studies by the University: .first year out of high school 36 percentwill some cases you will never get the call businessman will not obligate him to the less chance one has of finding Cascade wood productionhas
California show that in the three week work for minimum wage or less or the letter. Keep hunting for a job. hire you.Accept. work. increased significantly.Also .
training period over 19 percent will' than $4 per hour. See as many business people a day as the fact that a job seeker isDn Job hunting can be hard work. In considered are other
seek employment at another'job. Area business people suggest you can. : his/her own. It is, indeed very most cases if one sticks to it they will values such as recreation
This problem of inflation and train- several things for young people seek- Check in with your local Employ- rare that someone will knock on one's become employed. A serious job soil stability water qualityand
ing has greeted young high school and ing jobs. At the top of the list is a properly ment Security Commission. Read the door and beg a person to come to hunter will accept what he/she can wildlife. For instance,
college graduates. in the past and it prepared resume. Make sure to want ads in newspapers. Do not de- work. Unless one goes out and showsa get. It may not be what one wants or Boise Cascade modifies harvest -
appears that it will cause problems list all past experience.If pend totally on the Employment real desire to work there is no way a pay what is expected, but it is employ- schedules to fit wild.
today, fc. ;; U '. ';, '. the applicant has no past ex- Security Commission. Many business person will ever know one ment. life needs.
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Heart \i in iiis iL Deals.. r Branch State Park

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by Carl Ti3ley .*S&8V::> ?'' ''letters of thanks from people all over from the Keystone Heights and Mid-

BCT Staff Writer the state. John keeps most of them L Seven-year-old Maria Isadore Gillis dleburg Fire Departments.The .
,J.f put away as he is not one to display cf. was the victim of an apparent drown- report went on to say that the
For 13 years he has been known as'"*"**Jlis. good deeds. err ing at Gold Head Branch State Parkon girl's body was located at 9:50: p.m. in
the "businessman with the big' v...::/'f feel that if you treat people: right Monday May 25. approximately 10 feet of water in the
heart." .'' treat you right,' says John. 'I According to a Clay County park's swimming area by membersof
The amount of people that he has Being fait to people has made him a : --I. Sheriff's Office report, the child's the Middleburg Volunteer Fire
helped is not really known. His fair 'very successful businessman.John r'may mother Brenda Gillis, advised park Department. She was taken to the
business dealings and honest approach sells over 100 mobile homes authorities that her daughter was Duval County Medical Examiner's
are representative( of:tthe...<;./ per year with 80 to 83 being in Brad- missing approximately 6 p.m. Mon Office in Jacksonville.The .
awards hanging On the wall. ford, Clay and Union Counties. A lot of day. At that time a search was In- accident is under further
John Brown owner of John Brown his business is referral from past itiated by park officials and membersof investigation pending the outcome of
Home Center Inc., just outside of customers."I the CCSO assisted by volunteers the medical examiner's report.
Keystone Heights oiSR-?)-northv is a sold a mobile home to a sheriffs ,
special kind. of rrnint& <*Many local deputy and that deputy sent two more ,
residents.; deputy sheriffs over and they pur-
John prown's business of selling chased mobile homes," said John.It w
mobile homes received thE top dealer seems that from the time you Starke Ifouth
award from Fleetwood Mobile Homes walk into his office you feel at ease. trowns. I
\ this year i Often the office is full of people that
road the business may just stopped by to talk or for a cup of in Silver:
* FrOn'lft"the y other"VWIrtiQiRCkaiaBB ..ffee.I .
| ut as yo\jrftflmntp t life ,I 5i"Being fair pays off," says John's
driveway that all changes. wife, Janette: "I have seen him turn photo by Carl Tilley
down a big sale because he felt the LOOKING IT OVER...... teenagers."As .
Most of the time you are greeted by' The body of a 16-year Starke the boat made a turn, the sled
several very friendly dogs that love person would not be happy in a mobile John Brown and wife Janette look over new mobile home sates booklet John teenager was recovered by divers in crossed a large wake made by the
people... a collection of strays John home she added.In has been called the SOFT IIEAKTEI BUSINESSMAN by many local residents Silver Lake in South Bradford Countyat boat and apparently the youngstersfell
Brown has taken in from some nice addition to mobile home sales 11:4Z p.m., Monday, May 23, accor- off, hitting their heads together,"
looking dogs to the standard-N'ojinz (Rrvbreed. John has several rental homes that he to the Bradford County Sheriff'sDepartment.
'' !T! >rte keeps 'just in case someone who helping someone John answered needs the help," says Janette. ding according to Denton.
"I just didn't have the heart to turn comes in needs a home bad "Not really once I did but that The "businessman with a heart" is The body was recovered by five
them away," says John Brown. MAC "Right now I have all the homes doesn't count."Johns says usually he well known and respected by area William Thomas Prevatt, 16, of divers from Clay County Sheriff's
of the dnUsr'have' jus.t.wandered: 911 the. rented, but it's; nice to help someone can see if someone was putting him on residents. John's well spoken manneror Starke son of Lester Prevatt address Department under the command of
proper rom, wild Itnows w1 Pe and,(" 'out when (fhe/-get'in'a bind" said not. and his easy going ways have made"I unknown and Mrs. Kay Williams of Captain Hall Blalock in the northeast
decided John. would rather have him lose his business turn out to be more of a Starke drowned about 3:30 p.m., of Silver Lake in 30-feet of
Bro I f c -JQta .5i's; nd ,When asked if he fiver got taken money than not help someone that delight than work. Monday May 25, according to the water corner according to Denton.
..- Bradford County Sheriff's Department -

l- iTa Denton stated Prevatt's body did
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esu +erae ry b,n HM I .. I- .5 Deputy Don A. Denton spokesmanfor not have a life jacket on when it was

fi WiH4 10 .ii. ".' Ji the BCSD stated Prevatt and recovered and stated there was no In-
!. /&ril'\ r ... Randy Conner were being towed on a formation available whether the
,. ".< > surf board by a boat occupied by Ran- other three teenages had life jacketson.
I a f'J reJf 139YNn i > t'f i"I i iAf dy Reddish and Jeff demons all .
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Summertime .
; and the cooking is infrequent! That's
A Hi'h Sp'\IJMmN\ _!v wa, ') 1.. .&.Jwith pal' A teenager} was charged with. !'.A" ''why this refreshing, light and easy pie is a "must" for..
vi i (.S 'f.a >11:6truck "J aUngSJhiotdr'vehicUMWi; ,! laucoftAf ope 'your summer collection. Yogurt, whipped topping
?<< JIIiJk t ,jt J.Q ,o vat i driven 1ilkedsi''and: teaming''rtw'' I bi'l ''and fresh strawberries are a tasty trio, especially when :.
!inters :tion qJi,-} attAAd.J..a-,r Pt 4.r vo see II'' fiI'a' ibident-after his:vehitfe' >: 'l! spooned into a pie crust. It's pretty enough for company
in Statke at 12:35:: p.rri. We.nesfay( tur ed4e Tt} mrthe'outsiUefbhtJadd'! ; ')' u
::1 : simple enough for everyday, and just plain delicious!
May 2( sta Wttiike'a left'tutti. At.1 the :t
Phil! p Arthur Suggs, 33. ofStarke AM: cftissed the Dotige's designated ni' STRAWBERRY YOGURT EASY-AS-PIE r ry
was not injured tut damage-to thei Ian of travel the right front of the'I" ;I'" aM xr -

was estimated ;t0315./7r;' -r.. ": fen er. The!tooWgeilefrHMeiscefiebutwas" 1 container ((8 oz.) Cool Whip non-dairy WE DE LIKE
William Boy Springs Wa i'JollnjUred Street in Starktt,1.laccarding, ( the 2 cups sweetened diced sliced or finely
to the 981 aMCXlruck'he. 44i0 Starke,Po'icd' DepartIrtenI1J\' chopped strawberries

was es1lma Patrolman Eston G. Mosher cited 1 baked 9-inch pie shell, cooled ',-n-y.l r. BUSIN
d
The pickup f ruck was Smith on the towingd vehicle withouta T "
on Pratt Street. The truck was headed valid drivers license land leaving the Fold yogurt Into whipped topping blending well.
north on Lake Street.The tI1t failed} .' scene ,of.-a.... .TFollowing Spoon yogurt mixture and strawberries alternately into
to yield right-of-way! ''after truck k u:
stopping and struck the pidWp1 firm 4 hours or overnight. Remove from freezer 30
t rear'side,'according-/ the Too Close minutes before serving and keep chilled in refrigerator. *
Starke Police Department:"t' '."; Garnish with additional whole strawberries, if desired.
Leads to 1I f
'Jackstm in"" Accident .
Patrolman Sonny. .. I 1 tt .
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tin.- with
vestigated. ALawtey; man was charged
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following too closely behind a car that &ratJPON 0 0 1 G 0s
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.)1,1 b"A ....ttr"' was;, making a turn' ofto' Jefferson a
x Street fit Starke at US--301 at 9:15am.:
Stop Sigiii.Leads :.\:' 'rjt'J. Wednesday, May 27. $1 50Off "
Running Kendall Blaine Thompson, 29, of Spaghetti Dinner s .
To Accident- Lawtey suffered cuts on his hand and
: hadglass; .one of his eyes and was
A Starke teenager was' 'C'Ijirged!! ,
''a the paramedics from the
with after his car 1 treated by
was struck running by a stop'a truck sign oif SR100 at'. local rescue service, but not With This Coupon Eat In or Carry Out

Myrtle Street", at 11. ;:42. p.m: "-!:Saturday'.- ;" ...,,, the transported!J1980 Chevrolet to a hospital.sedan Damage Thompson to Offer Good Thru ,

May 23., was not injured was*!driving. was estimated at $.,.500.ClIa .
John William'W'dodard
IM'JWl Ella Shelton 69, of Decatur, June 4, 198]
but damage" suffered possible neck andS Mew Hog Formula
Chevrolet truck he was drfvjnxj'ai_. Georgia Hay Twine
also treated by the +
: ; back injuries, was
estimated r$iiWT-r-3r; J.-::J-. ReStauYan
and was later treated by \
of !: ; paramedics Strictly for more Pork
Michael J&mffPufrt&iiT; did ptyket-! hot- local chiroprtVtor.Di; Ronald E. Dop- 1T 9,000' per bale
suffered that
requlrelllrsf..l"tU] minor{ injuries(-the sc Wf or- ..1 sonj! accdrding'to (he Starke PoliceDepartment. TOP QUALITY per Ib. of Feed =PROFITSTRETCH

transportatiorrrtp(bel *! hospital, ,, Oldsmobile" sedan. Damage Shelton lo was. the driving 1979 Limit 1 All You MMflf __
according to' tark. oli l e Depar-
I 301 S. Starke
estimated at $2,5008othcarswere 964-6877
ment Dama&>UQ' the 1972' Fifrd sedanvhe .. was traveling south on Per Family
was driving Wasr'{:;tinvatedat ... .H Cypress
.. attempted to
US-301.The Qldsmobite(
.1.500. ;;' :!: ._ ."J- .;,"J Pastures with
The truck: Was tlWjfiS w t-'O'L.,1 make a left turn onto Jefferson Street. DAILY LUNCHEON ,SPECIALS TINY PIZZA
Chevrolet( following too closely.
SIt-JOO. lf18nheslop The
aign.;The'1ardht'nUn Thern li'&tnKkr( e"oir .M"rat. was 1 unable,to atop and struck the 2.25 $129 Anytime ACR FEEDS LumberEmployment
to
In according
the leftsideaocoWlih; W LI.'JD f t on'1 10:1 Oldsmobue the rear,
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Hearing Heldby a. 'Ufsed Cdres'>, ., :

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Federal Magistrate Howard Snyder evidence.Sullivan testified that prior to last ; & 1980 Granada Ghia
heard two days of testimony in a civil October's violence, Death Row in-
e law suit that asks the court to set mates were allowed outside twice a 4J' i' 302 V-8
minimum Constitutional standardsfor week for two hours communual time 15C
exercise privileges of Death Row with other inates at a row of tables in Sf! 4 Dr., cloth & vinyl 'seats
inmates May 20-21 at Florida State the corridor In front of their cells.
Prison. Strickland pointed out during his w/power control, power windows -
The lawsuit was filed in January to testimony that indoor and outdoor '
protest restrictions on recreation recreation was curtailed completely '" power' door locks, tilt
following the murder of FSP Correctional between October and January for "; control AM-FM
''I wheel
officer Jim Burke and assaulton security reasons. Inmates now are speed ,
two other officers during a week of allowed outdoors two hours each stereo radio Interior decor
Death Row unrest last October. week, according to Strickland, but indoor ,
Burke was killed last Sunday October recreation has not been v group, 16,200 'miles (no
12 when he prepared to take reinstated, according to Strickland'stestimony.
Death Row Inmate Thomas Otis previous owner Ford MotorCo.
Knight to the shower. The inmate is Testimony was presented to show ,
charged with stabbing the officer to the tables were used for card games 'J ,: Art car) %J
death with a homemade knife. and face-to-face conversation. But ,
Knight's trial is still pending in since the violence last October all hp
Bradford County Circuit Court withno confinement inmates, those
date set for the trial. restricted to their cells rather than 5789500Seeing
Testimony was 'presented at the given job assignments, are handcuffed
two-day bearing from three Death whenever they are taken out of the L _
Row inmates, an'exercise specialistand cells. _
FSP Superintendent Clayton S. The handcuff rule has reduced photo by Carl Tilley
"Sonny"Strickland. assaults on staff by 90 percent,according ICE CREAM ON A HOT DAy...... is Believing
Magistrate Snyder indicated it will to Strickland. With the hot days area residents have put up with the past month it seems like
be at least a month before he will Strickland pointed out that two u good idea to get some COOL pictures.
issue an opinion, because many legal hours out of doors has always been Five)ear old l.uurl Toth daughter of:Mr.and l\1r Lewis Toth of Starlte.shows
briefs remain to be filed. the policy for Death Row inmates. that the younger generation hat the answer to the hot days.
Strickland and Department of Cor- Other Death Row inmates who _
rections Secretary Louie L. Wain- testified, Alonzo Bryant and Jacob 198O Chev Blazer4x4
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Sullivan, 6-3: and 303 pounds, sat in the size of half a tennis court. No sporting Clean &Repack glass part-timev hubs power
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heavy.A five-minute showers each week, the
1970( photograph of Sullivan, inmates never come out of their 6-by-9 miles.
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