Bradford County telegraph
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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 13, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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No change in the current weather is expected through this ,
Warm weather ,increasing cloudiness, and increasing i '
predicted as the weekend progresses by the Florida : Sy,.. I '
Forestry headquarters on SR.100 west of Starke. A slight rise in J.
temperatures is:expected, which means warmer night ths
gardens grow.
There is a weather front in the Mississippi Valley which
this direction, but probably not before the first of the week.
J Strawberry production has about doubled since last week,
Sandra (Mrs. L.M.) Norman.The Normans are picking some 400 : i
I day. The quality is still good, but the berries could use a little
i says.
There has no rain so far In May, a month that usually
ches. The some 8-inches of rainfall in April doubled the month's
average of 3.78 inches, That excess wet period caused Strawberries This Side of Heaven

and cut production. Year STARKE. FLORIDA 25 Cents
....uP Thursday_ May 13 1902 URPS....n Copy','n

I Tired of to Hang It Up I I I"We're

not fightin', we're not Theressa, Heilbronn, and corporated areas of the county. The realize they were voting for increased
strikin', we're just quittin'," Harry all operating separate of inference was that, if approved, the taxes when they ok'd the straw ballot.
Green, spokesman for the Bradford Members of the fire necessary millage would be levied.
County Volunteer Fire Department, at Graham, which is a of The firemen seized the ball they Other stumbling blocks placed in
said Monday night as members turn- the Bradford volunteers, city- thought was passed to them and laun- the path of the special tax levy were
ed in their radio "pagers" and Chief parent company in ched an all-out drive for votes that mechanics of creating a specialtax
Norman Dowdy locked the firehouse equipment Monday night. district for this purpose; the
the _._ technicalities of the
-- county
last Chiefs of the
door for the time., Lawtey,
Heilbron departments, who / ting with the small municipalities of
It was the end of a 14yearold'organization sent Monday night as Hampton, Lawtey and Brooker to provide
that sought to bring fire dicated they would fire protection for their residents
protection to the rural areas of Brad- operating, at least a ;" since they would not be included in
I ford County, and over the years spite,of insufficient funding.Monday it. 4J the "unincorporated areas," I and
,spawned six other departments at night's action by irksome questions of double taxation.

Lawtey, Hampton, Brooker, result of three years of CI- The necessary ordinance for crea-
the tion of a special tax district
floundered on the shoals of legal
," technicalities for a couple of years
before the idea of a special assess-
ment on buildings in the unincor-
with porated areas was broached as a
possible means of raising the needed
money. The work of drawing up and
said adopting such an ordinance was sup-
is posedly nearing completion when
is Commissioner Lawrence Mosley,
..1, who has been a strong supporter of r
r funding the volunteer departments
led the way in junking the assessment
In- plan and reverting to a referendum
the again, with the stipulation that this
time the results be binding."
Idt :: t ) As tentatively discussed by the
Commission, the plan would providefor
llv r a special assessment on buildingsover
at 400 sq. ft. in size in the unincor-
porated areas, on the basis of perhaps
"'' that $10 to $15 per building.
at During the process of gathering
data for this plan it became obvious
) w : The Last Lock-Up... that the vast majority of buildings, -:

not Fire'' Chief Norman Howdy lurks both residential and commercial, are
+ firehouse door fur the last lime Monday within incorporated towns, therefore .-
night. the amount raised by a special assess-
e4 + ment on buildings would be much less
/ than expected. There also the
resulted in a touchdown at the polls- _.
problem of dealing with the timber
i a 2 to 1 victory in favor of the fire tax
corporations who own vast acreagesof
th a levy. land but relatively few buildings.
Some observers think the Commissioners
Enough Is'Enough... These and other considerations led
trial were caught by surprise, not Mosley to recommend abandonmentof
In a symbolic gesture, Bradford County Volunteer Tom in really expectng the levy to be approved. the special assessment and give
Firemen lay their pagers on the table. Seated (I-rt A number of questions were rais-
voters another opportunity to
Nelson Green, Norman, Dowdy Standing: Bill Gnann, tax ed, some saying the voters were not express
j sufficiently informed and did not (See Firemen Quit..., P.3"
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by Buddy Collings he is. Three of those -
BCT Staff Writer tended Tuesday's meeting be
The Jacksonville Co-Op crew that professed to be just as -Waldo Cops Simmons, Mcleocl
last month promised to come into the Town is about Carter's bill
Hampton and provide reliable, cer-
tified law enforcement to the town for "He misquoted the state Installed .us Hampton PeacekeepersWhile
next to nothing sounded too good to be us and indicated that we
true. tified law enforcement of ridding itself of the non-certified Jacksonville Co-Op Tuesday
It was. Co-Op basis with just 40 night the Hampton Town Council elevated Marshal Richard Simmons to
tection," said one of us the position of the town's primary law enforcement officer and took Sim-
"We've been flim-flammed, coun- members. The marshal.
Co-Op mons' suggestion to hire a deputy
cilman Ted Curtis told his fellow are security guards in Simmons, a former assistant chief in Waldo, was to hare police
board members on the Hampton said Carter had we responsibilities with the Co-Op but with that group out of the picture he
Town Council Tuesday night. members "$30 per: shift, assumed full marshal's responsibilites Tuesday night. And he immediately -

Midway through Tuesday's regular, the midnight shift. ( ) asked the town council to help start a crackdown on speeding!
:council meeting Curtis announced she and other crimes in Hampton.
'that "there's something that has been All this while telling the Simmons brought forth Austin Mcleod another former Waldo
bothering me tremendously about council that he would be policeman, and asked the council to hire Mcleod as his deputy."I .
';this police department thing." He men with federal grant guarantee you we'll write enough tickets to pay for both our
proceeded to reveal to the rest of the making it free for the town. salaries" Simmons told the council as he leaned over their meeting
Hampton board that the Jacksonville- table. "I could have wrote 150 tickets the last 2 weeks."
I based police Co-Op which promised "He never did fully of After brief deliberation the council of Duane Mitzel, Ted Curtis, Jane
police protection last month was onlya the money was coming Haddock, John Evans, and Ulysses Wood unanimously voted to hire
sham put up by an apparent flimflam per Mrleod at the same salary rate as the marshal, $184.30 per week.
artist. Simmons aiso requested the purchase of a radar gun, since the town's

"Here, right here's the man who r rIs current machine won't work. He brought specs on a gun costing around
done flim-flammed usl" Curtis said,.' $2,000 and a stationary gun costing $1,200.
,holding up a smudged mug shot he "The problem is, if you turn the town into a speed trap, people will stop"
said was Billy Carter the Jackson- driving through and then you haven't got any use for your machine, a
ville man who sold himself as a police ,( reluctant Evans told Simmons. But the council agreed to make the purchase -
[Officer and head of the Co-Op that if Simmons can get the manufacturer of the guns to write off the
would rid Hampton of all its police i $1,000 they still owe on the current radar gun.
protection worries after 5 months The topic of a patrol car also came up, with Simmons saying that the
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without a marshal. L we" engine is shot in the present vehicle, which hasn't run properly for weeks.It .
Curtis said Carter not only is not a ; i was decided to lease a police car for one month while the council
':certified police officer now,but he has .>rp tl ki bb checks into buying another car, or leasing a vehicle.
I'never served a day as a "legal" police ,
.officer in his life, and in fact owns a Hampton Arrest Count is Zero

!police record himself for passing wor- iumeni'f0 the According to reports in the Bradford County courthouse no arrests
thless checks. worlt rde were made and no traffic tickets written in Hampton the last two weeks.At .
The council further learned that.the Xtom'amount"; Tuesday's meeting new marshal Richard Simmons said he had writ-
I Co-Op officers who Carter brought. ten no tickets and said the only incident of any proportion was a
over to patrol the town for the past to "cutting."
few weeks are no more certified thane
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i Video Hookup Plans Include 3-Mile Corridor Around fetarkeIf II

you live within three miles of the At present, Bradford Video has Approved the closing of a road on roads, Canova and Jackson Streets, in be installed on the Starling Road
I arPRIDAY. city limits of Starke you probably can some 600 hookups to cable TV within the Rex Smith farm. No one opposedthe Lake Side Subdivision at Santa Fe north of Starke at a cost of $66,500 to
,6 look forward to having cable TV Starke's city limits. Within the next closing at the public hearing. Lake at the request of Al Richardson.The the county's secondary road fund, and
within the next three years, but thosein three years the firm expects to add closing of three streets was requested Alexander Road, behind Container
sparsely populated areas can 300-500 more subscribers, Porter told Agreed to install two culverts on a but the board approved only Corp. in southeast Starke, at a cost off.
road in Santa Fe Shores at the requestof roads that have been in use
forget it unless you can afford your the county board. two never 84000.
resident Wally Thrift to drain a
own receiving dish. Hampton itself is not feasible to ex- muddy field. The board traveled to Was told by Public Defender Alan Commissoncrs think the priority
Bradford Video is seeking a fran' tend cable TV, which is very expensive look at the site after the meeting. Parlapiano hat the state has provided should be to renovate the RR crossings i
chise from the Bradford County Com- Porter said but agreed to investigate $68,000 this year to the Eighth on Griffis Loop, but the, stale
mission to expand services to a 3-mile the possibility of extending Heard a proposal by attorney Gene Judicial to pay private attorneys ap- Department of Transportation apparently -
corridor around Starke. The firm is cable to the combination of Hamptonand Shaw to trade corners of the parcel of pointed by the court to represent In- plans differently
: MAY 14 also Investigating extending serviceto Hampton Lake, in answer to a land between the Pizza Hut and the digent defendants. There are cases
: SENIORS DATES I Lawtey but that appears now to bea question by Commission E.W. courthouse. Shaw proposed to build where a public defender cannot represent Was told by Commissioner Homer
ATTENTION marginal proposition, Nathans Hodges, who lives on Hampton Lake.In business offices on the site in the next defendants or when a defendant Hart that the Sampson Trussci Road
l_ (INS for
: Suss to v Porter of Clay Video, of which Brad- few years and said the trade would refuses the services of the state appointed should be the next road paved in the
Grad Night SiJOfM ford Video is a subsidary, told the other action May 4, the commis- save several large trees and squarehis public defender. In those county. Currently, the priorities are
land with US-301. Shaw owns the the has had to first the Laura Church and
county commission Monday May 3. sion: cases county pick up Road se-
: MONDAY. MAY The commission approved Porter's Pizza Hut property. the cost of a private attorney.The fee cond the extension of Bessent Road to
: IC SCHOOL IOARD proposal fqr a non-exclusive contract Tabled Dr. Bill LennonVproposalto Shaw made the same proposal. to a Is set by the court. The $68,000 shouldcut Flume Road. Hart said the Sampson '
: MUTING and the standard three percent fran- name Ed Wall, an investigator for previous county commission.Got the cost to the county but is not a Lake road needs paving worse than i
: 7:00 ..M.SChoal..rd Off Ic. chise fee. County Attorney Dudley the Public Defender's office in an early budget request for a large amount for the entire circuit, any other road in the,county.
North Tomplo Avonuo Hardy was asked to draw up an or- Starke, to the board of directors of the 20-hour per week secretary for the explained Parlapiano.
dinance for adoption at the June 7 Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic pending Soil and Water Conservation Service. Declared Saturday May 22, Shrine Upheld the Zoning Board's approval -
: TUISDAY.MAYUSTARKI meeting. The ordinance will have to the approval of the Public Royce Joyner kidded the board by Club Day in Bradford County. That is of Edwin A. Reagan zoning
; COUNCIL MUTING be advertised prior to that meeting. Defender Alan .R. Parlapiano. The saying he Is just trying to get a shareof the day of the annual Shrine Club change from OR (open rural)) to GC
position came open with the resignation the new 5th cent sales tax funds the parade and chicken dinner. (general) commercial) to operate a
: City Hall A workshop on the cable TV ordinance of local attorney Richard Welty county will receive retail gift shop on SR-100 two miles
: 7:00 PM is set at 8 p.m. Monday May who served four years on the Was told by Clerk Gib Brown a south of Starke on a 100 by 200 foot
24. Guidance Clinic board. Approved closing of two unused railroad crossing with cross arms will parcel.Outside. .

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A special exception for i liquor Board member Warren Rauhofer, campground, and highly objects to
lounge and package store on US-301 in airplane pilot, waswn' duty'May 6and having a liquor lounge across the i"i
was approved for Ernest Allen and could not be oresent:'' r road. Joining Perry May 6 was Chuck
Billy Dodd at a Thursday night May Plans are to convert a former din Register who conducts religious services -
6,special meeting of the Starke Boardof ing room adjacent Deborah's in KOA.
Adjustment Restaurant (formerly Little Italy) to Perry retiterated his stand that is
a lounge and package store. The property not enough parking space in front of
The meeting was delayed a week is owned by W.O. (Bill)) Dodd the building for 75-80 cars that would
because no quorum of the board of adjustment The lounge will be operated by Ernest probably be present at limes. At the
showed up for the regular Allen, owner of the City Fish and May 6 meeting, zoning officials said, i,
meeting Thursday, April 29. Only Meat Market on Brownlee Street 20 parking spaces are required. k
chairman Wallace Wise and board Dodd said at both meetings there is GS -
member Warren Rauhofer showedup. Both Dodd and Allen were present space enough for parking in front of
Four board members George 'April 29 and May 6. the store, but added he owns five or F bflJ 1
Roberts Wallace Wise, Buford I Opposing the special exeception for six acres of property in back of the ,v 1gj 'j 1
iquor sales April 29 and May 6
McKinney, and Elizabeth Walker was lounge that would be available for
were present May 6 and voted 4-0 for 'Ed Perry, owner of the KOA Cam. parking if necessary.The vit a.fy .
the special exception, the only way |ground which is across laned property is already zoned for ) ?
S-301 from the
the sale of liquor can be okayed under : proposed lounge commercial operations, B-3, but a
the city's zoning ordinance. Three of J xnldmg.I At the May 6 meeting Perry special exception, which can only be
the five members are needed for a repeated his April.29 statement that granted by the board of adjustment, p_. '
he operates a clean : -
quorum. very family-type is required for the sale of liquor _

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SE Straight-A's Grades 12...
Center-Christina Carter, April Taylor, Brandy For-
Twenty-nine students' In the first and second grades at syth Tim Norman, Erica Pfenniger. Deana Holiday
Stark Elementary' School earned straight-A's for the' Julie Starling Tracy Rhoden, Shawn Register and
fourth six-weeks grading period. They areS Jason Woods..
Front (l-r): Michelle Boatwright, Robin Shaw,Jimmy Back.Angela Hewett, Tammy Mobley, Emily Nugent
Parado. Eddie Edwards, Andrea Hewett Adele Kuhn Blake Thomas. Justin Brown, Pamela Patterson
r Shannon! Elliot, Robin Register Brian Dobbins and Ashley' Burkhalter, Larry Green Antiqua Williams and
-r Stephen Murphy. jeff Cain.

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Bret A. Marchant ServesOn -

Alaskan Fisheries Patrol
Coast Guard Sonar Technician 2nd
VA Class Bret A. Marchant, son of
William II. and Loretta J. Marchantof

Route 1, Highway 229, Starke, has
departed on a two-month Alaskan
fisheries'patrol.He y- GREATER BETHLEHAM
is a crewmember aboard the .
U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Rush, .. ;. ;; FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH
homeported in Almeda, Calif. .
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During the patrol, the Rush will Pastor Jasper Williams

Coast conduct Guard surveillance aircraft to operations enforce inter with Corner of Ash & Chestnut Starke

national treaties and U.S. laws. including May 31 June 6
the 200-Mile Fisheries Conservation -
Zone. More than 90 percent of ''l\\ (Monday thru Sunday) ANl/rselJ'
all foreign fishing in the United S1 O

Bound for Germany... And Hoping for Donatioi it, s.,.. States'Zone 200-Mile takes Fisheries place in Conservation 'Alaskan 8 : 00 P.M. dAd

These 5 Bradford High coeds are pointing 'to Germany "plus uhaleirr'>ou want to buy over there," as'Stern waters
on the globe. pointed' out. DiHi.itions are being taken at school and The Rush is a high endurance cutter Evangelist L.C. Nines from Albany Ga.
The reasone That's where they'll' be spending three persons interested in helping out can contact Mrs. and carries a crew of 155.
weeks' of their summer vacation and they are now plan- Wonda Smith. A bake sale at the school raised $193 In '- -j-- *" '*-
ning fund-raising drives to make their trip possible. the first 3 days and will continue and the group also .
The girls going are, from left to right Kimberly plans a garage sale fur May 22. I Itm
Rieske, senior, Pam Pratt, senior Robin Stern junior This will be the ,second trip for a group from Kradfyrd NOTICE
Catrelle Overstreet. freshman, and Brenda Hawck.. ,High tU..tc-=lnall"ith: the first excursion coming 7---. ---0-- "
freshman, plus senior Wynette Joyner, who Is not pic last year,(;er exchange students have visited BltSy
tured. They plan to depart July 3 for Germany by jet. ., , and return home July %1. I i ,"' .t : students: ?-" r ; APPLICATION :: .. -
Cost for the trip should surpass (1,000 for each girl. schooling here I "NOTICE: AND FOR .




By Carolyn Redding munity activities to stay involved
with. 1-2 & 3 Bedroom Apts.
Shirley' Johns has been a great
When it comes to strong determination asset to the 4-11 program in Union From M30" to '275"sf.nI 197.013, F.S. allows an alternative plan for payment of real estate taxes. A taxpayerwho
and drive,the leader of thejGreen County, She has helped numerous elects to pay taxes by the Installment method shall make payments based upon an esti- '
Acres 4-H Club, Peggy Reichert, H'ers become better Individuals. 1530 W. Madison mated tax which shall be equal to the actual taxes levied upon the property In the preceding I
qualifies. Her willpower has produced I'm sure her club members arc year. '
fine 4-H activities and 4-H ers. The grateful for all 'of her hard work she EQUAL HOUSII Phone 964-6312 ,
Green Club has been very fortunate to has put into their projects, 01>1"-r THE PAYMENT SCHEDULE SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS:
be guided under the leadership of
demonstrations and interests.
Mrs. ..etc' h er.. nut' t w o ,.,..._.._._.. These" First Installment Payment; One quarter of the total I estimated taxes discounted 6%. Payment I
years were spent taking" alternate shall be made not later than June 30, 1982. A taxpayer I 41
turns at the role of OrganizationalLeader N must make the first Installment payment In order to participate' N'"' 1"\'
with Mrs. Barbara Balkcom, in this plan. ;:: ;IUI
who leads the club with a great deal of Ill .0' I1
enthusiasm also. I o Second Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes discounted 4'/2' %. !Pay"ment ,k' Get
shall be made pot later. than September 30, 1982. I sz
Along with all of her 4-H Club work, "
Mrs. Reichert spends her time with ffr11/ 'T Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes plus one.hal+ of 'any" T"'if'PtJTh'ird '
work at her home and working with adjustment pursuant to a determination of'actual tax liability
H&R Block during income tax season. discounted 3%. Payment shall be made 'not later than 'De' J IJ t1
Wherever her kids are, that is usually I cembe,31,1982. I''' '. i"-114
where you'll find Mrs. Reichert. This
year, along with all of her club work Fourth Installment Payment: One quarter of the total estimated taxes pl s'one-hal'of'any* '"
around fair time, four of her childrenhad C adjustment pursuant to a determination of actual tax liability.No C
an exhibit in the fair. i discount. Payment shall be made not later than March 31 ,
As mentioned before, Mrs. Barbara 1983
Balkcom, leads the club also and her E 'E
family too is very involved in 4-H. At .
fair time this year, Mrs. Balkcom and 'Iv If you have not received an application to pay 1982 taxes by installment and it is .
her family probably spent more timeat your intent to'exercise your rights under this law, then please complete the application l..J I
the fairgrounds volunteering their below and mail or file with your county tax collector prior to June 1 1982.. '
time than they did at home The'absolute deadline for filing the. application is May 31. Any application filed

In past years, the Green Acres 4-H after May 31 will not be considt -*. The postmark on applications mailed to the
Club has enjoyed several field trips tax collector shall determine if the.. application was mailed timely. Additional application -
and community projects. All of there C forms may be obtained from the tax collector's office as listed below:
experiences are recorded in a club
scrapbook that the leaders and club J Mail completed application: {Esther S. Hall Tax Collector
members are extremely proud of P. 0. Drawer 969
This the club has been involvedin
S tar k e. F1. 32091
a Tallahassee field trip and caring .
for their foster grandparents that live _______ _____ ____ ___ ____ DETACH __ __ ____ _ ____ __
in the Green Acres area.
leadership that the Green Acres 4-H THE SPINE Is YOUR LIFE Iz\f 1982, CONTACT THE TAX COLLECTOR'S OFFICE. .

Club has been able to enjoy so many I TO BE COMPLETER BY TAXPAYER II |1 1I
fine activities and events. STRONG Bur SENSITIVE
I hereby make application to participate In the installment Property I. D. No. ________
4-H is open to all without regard to payment plan for the 1982 tax year Legal Description as it Appears on the 1981 Tax No-
race, color, sex or national origin Virtually ,->,T>. auto I"ainllill,. and muscle relaxant tics Receipt:

accident H"OC'II! neck simple" 'cnt'r ii|> the SIONATURC DATE
The last but certainly not least in
our series of leaders is Shirley Johns or'lower back injury s.mptomr.W'atehforllsesedanger Nana '

; Shirley has been a leader in Union Ioaoniefhingrr6ouiflu' AdtfmtPhon
County for 4 years now and she has a 'signals' cnitnr!
lot of accomplishments to look back
I on in these 4 years. Being the leaderof 1 IE,umiiKo: DIIMNiRRITAHII.m :: -, Keystone Clinic Number Please PrintNOTICE
two clubs, the Rebels 4-H Club and comhine. lie moot modern
the Confederate 4-H Club, Shirley certainly equipment and techniquesPERS4WAI.IT1 ,
Numn: s TI.V: !' IO>
doesn't have to wonder wfiat to 2 with high.*. ruined profes.ionulsspeciallting A taxpayer must make the first Installment payment not later than June 30 in order to participate this plan.
do with her time. Besides her full- CI11\GES: : in Any taxpayer who falls to make a subsequent installment payment on time shall not be required to discontinue,
time job as secretary to the County NECk & I.mUH nerve participation, In the Installment payment plan. Instead such taxpayer shall be required to remit with his next
Extension Director,Shirley still finds 3 : : and spine rehabilitation. Installment payment an amount equal to the current Installment amount plus any Installment amount due but
time to manage the 55 members in Ihu1,1': Ion f/on'f hate to Hvr with unpaid.past due The Installment applicable discount rate amounts.for the current installmentshall\; be applied against.the sum of the current
and payment
her two clubs. 4 AR" & SIlIIll.UUI I : ,,,,ill! Cull tintnyfur Nothing shall preclude a taxpayer who has applied for participation' method of payment or who has made
Over tne past years, Shirley's two PUN OR [NNAI l 'lII\fo.: :: cttnuultiitiun one or more Installment payments from discontinuing his in such plan. In such event the remainderof
4.H clubs the Uxpayer's taxes shall/ be due and payable tt provided by last '
have enjoyed numerous '!sfcA 1'uurauto insurance paverL'iDIGESTIO ___ OKTACH ____ ___ _______ ____
t educational and recreational ac 5 \ for jour treatment.Keystone -Ifyh ;; any questions, please C'nti i the 'fl";Collector's onita at the oIlowing i ,locations):.
tivities.Tallahassee trips, the Tampa "
Fair, and the Orlando Fair are justpart Address .

.: District of and these State acitlvites.Events have County all, Clinic of Chiropractic P.A.

been a part of Shirley's club work too. Hwy 21 HH Keystone Hcichts 473-3104 t pn.n. Numbs
When these activities aren't in progress
the clubs will always find com

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Lawtey ElementaryTwentytwo ,'

students at Lawtey daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Elementary School earned straight. Johnson.
A s for the fifth six weeks period en- Tory Kittles, 1st grade. daughter of f 11*
ding April 21. Ms. Elaine Sherman.
97 more students earned A's and Rochelle Preyatt, 1st grade
B's. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby 1 ,,
Straight- students are: Prevatt.
Frank Norman, son of Mr and Mrs. Erin Wilkinson, 1st grade daughter
Robert Norman. of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wilkinson.
Lisa Blalock, 7th grade daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wilkinson. A-B Honor Roll: I :i iv
Kim Gowens 7th grade daughter of Mrs. Smith's Class: Bryan Davis,
Mrs. Gwen Gowens. Mack Hunter, and Roberta Williams.
Ann Starling, 7th grade daughter of Seventh Grade: Tasher Allen, Zack
Mr. and Mrs. James Starling. Chastain, Robbie Cowart, Karl
Shan Hampton, 6th grade daughter Fishburn, Stacey 'Green, Terry : i
of Mrs. Legertha Hampton. Gaskins, Wendee Hall, Chrissy Doolin ,,4' 'fir aqjl
Nicole Palin, 6th daughter of Mrs. Prescott, Mike Rourke, David Shine,
Aline Lee. Robert Starling, Eric Starling, Stacey jl? aihyaN 11, ,,' "a
Micki Becker, 5th grade daughterof Shuford, Vyunda. Strong, Cindy ,,
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Becker. Taylor. a "wirritu a. ( 'fin (,
Kim Lee, 5th grade daughter of Mr. Sixth Grade: Kim Austin, Michelle 'F, v w
and Mrs. George L. Lee. Clark, Claudine Greenly Barbara w
Tammy Jo Tatum, 5th grade Harris, LaShawn Holder, Trey
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Howard, Angela Joiner, Stephanie
Tatum. King, Rob F, Norman, Chanda .
Kim Johnson, 4th grade daughter of Padgett, Becky Poore, Christy Red- 4 ..41t'
Mr. and Mrs. Jerral Johnson. ding, Jill Strickland, Denise Waddell, i ,
Carmen Barber, 3rd grade Mechelle Wright, DeeDee Waters, '!
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen Wood.
Barber. Fifth Grade: Michael Blalock, Kim
DeDe Cox, 3rd grade daughter of Brewer,' Timmy Coleman, Unissa .
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Cox. King, Sheila Tew. A ; I
Maria Scott, 3rd grade daughter of Fourth Grade:. Christy Gault, Sen- ----
Mr. and Mrs. David Scott. toria Greene, Cindy Harris, Karen Top Students at Lawtey Elementary...
Josh Cruze, 2nd grade son of Mr. Hardee, Samantha Jones, Sharie
and Mrs. Stephen Cruze. Mrier, Dana Norman, Jason Pilcher, I'ttl'lIihhtudl"lIb! at l.awtey Elementary for the fifth 6-weeks grading Second row,. standing- Carmen Barber, IMirki Becker, Kim I.ft1, Kim
Steven Hardee 2nd grade son of Lori Sellers, Jim Starling, Mark period areKnecliag, Gowens Tammy Jo Tatum, Jo Crews, Bridget .Holder. !Metiiiu Smith. I
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee. Shuford. / II!-!') .Misty Crauford, Erin Wilkinson, Cynthia 'ox, Maria Scott, Back row. standingFrank Norman, Lira Klalock, Nicole Palin, and han
Bridgett Holder, 2nd grade J Third Grade Michelle Dianne Itoclielle I'reAatt, Tory Kittles, l.aterra Johnson. Hampton.
daughter of Mrs. Carol Holder. Brown, Todd Hall, Marcel Evon

Metina Smith, 2nd grade daughterof Henderson Jason Thomas Howard, Second Grade: Dale Arnold, Shane !Mosley, Gary Norman, Anna Ran. First
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Smith. William Grade: Jackie Anderson, David Prevatt, Misti Padgett, David
Dorsey Lancaster II, Davy Bennett, Stacie Bentley, Shanna jbar, Brian Redding, Brandy Ross, Becky Austin, Ann Tatum
Misty Crawford 1st Bradley Ball, Jermain Starling Tonya Wayne
; grade daughterof Norman,'Linda Sue Norman, Donna '
Mr. and Mrs. Rod Crawford. Padgett, Linda Michelle Crawford, Cartrissa Diggs, ShnekaHendreith Joey Shuford, Chastidy Starling, Bradley Shannon Brown, Faye Todd, Stephanie Tray lor, Mae Lynn I I
LaTerra Johnson 1st grade Alexander Slocum Melissa Sapp, Tracy' Shauntel Houston, Ricky Kwambea Strong, Stephen Cruze, Tracy Crews, Okemia Lee, Vandiver, Erin Waters, Becky
Starling.' Jackson, Alicia Johnson, Lamont Tomasovitch. Felissa McCutchen, Jeffrey Pilcher, Williams, Robin Williams.


301 N., Storke
There's little or no danger of a gar"bagc he doesn't have : 204 N,Wol.rt Ray. O.L Wells
to. "What do Rural Water Association for $50 per BenneU'lIlItreetbudget Extend To You A Hardy WelcomeTo
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7:30 PM. Youth Service
collection Friday
tax in with the "
Lawtey "
think Mrs.
you Shuford? year Mrs. Shuford said she receives is tight now, but clerk Shuford Worship/ With Usl! i
present city commission' city "No, not until we have to," said much useful information from the said there arc funds left over from Saturday 7:30 PM. .Men' Pray.rMeetlnll Sunday School. .'::45 a.m.
clerk. Clerk Lucille Shuford. The town may association. purchase of the new police car, in J
, Worship. 11 a.m.
Lawtey is the only town around have to levy additional taxes some capital outlay, and revenue sharing Sunday, 10 AM ft 7:30 PM. Sunday Morning
without Told Street Committee Chairman School Evangelistic Service Evangelistic, .7
a garbage tax, Police Chief time, "but not until we have to." funds. p.m.
M.M. Jordan pointed out at the May 3 "No. No more load than Buster Bennett that the city can afford Tuesday, 9 AM. .Ladles Prayer Meeting Mid-Week Service Tues .7 p.m.
meeting. Jordan suggested $3 per necessary," said Commissiosner $4.XX( ) or so from other parts of "The limerock is needed worse than W.dne.doy.; 7:30 PM. Bible Study Friday 7:30: p.m.
resident per month. Buster Bennett.Commissioner. the budget to buy hmerock needed anything else; we can do," said the Obey Acts: 2:38-39 R.... Cercy, Pastor
"You want to pay a garbage tax?" Robert Scott, the badly un the streets. clerk. Bennett agreed.
pressed Mayor Marvin Rosier. dean of the council, didn't say
They're paying it everywhere else, anything. He didn't have to.
Jordan persisted.

"Well, Mr. Jordan, we try to keep In other action May 3, the council
living in Lawtey as cheap as possible -
," said the mayor, pointing out he Told garbage collector Bud Barberhe
doesn't want to add anthuig on the can get the dump truck anytime he
wants it, but on days other than
regular prekup-days'to check Hurt-ctt I
the city worker Lit Phillips needs the
Fireman Quit... ... truck. Barber has collected garbage!
(From Page IA) *Ih f 1.I rfi* UKvtfry'Ydk-' "{ > t$*>* 25 "S"taftj
without missing a day, even when the!
their wishes on uppmg property taxes pickup day fell on Christmas.
for fire .
protection.The Phillips said under the new rule he DENMARK FURNITURE CO.
ad valorem tax was a methodof dead
that had been is supposed to bury clogs.
fund-raising strongly Barber, who has had that chore for
rejected by the County Commissionlast
the 23 agreed.
October the thatit past years
using argument
would be unfair since, due to Increased -, .Agreed with Clerk Shuford's suggestion SPRING CLEARANCE
homestead exemption, now for the city to join the FloridaTHI
of Bradford ,, '' '" :
in effect, 35 to 40 percent < <' ;f <
residents pay no property taxes. But, ONLY '" '. 4 f-iX! Sofa, Love Seat & Matching Chairs

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approved Mosley's motion to put the Publlihed every Thursday One. Avocado j" < One Rust, Twee t>>-i}';
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Miami Herald Tarns Spotlight one ffiiihmp" :: In Bradford County Swamp

iTho following story by ,lud lla has !gone!! lo I he KUIXTJ trade Ua. "We are spending a substantial goes back to the Depression Days
Greene, environmental wrier, appeared MoM of Florida's. peal lies in amount on research" / when the land went to the state for

in the April: 25 Issue of The wetlands! Environmentalists" say Each year Miller said, the Palatka delinquent taxes.GeorgiaPacific.
wetlands needed to assure a,le < might pay the state
Miami Hl'rlOlri ) are plant burns about I>UOOOO barrels of j
quote wilier and to preserve wildlife oil at Shout $30 a barrel. Burningpeat for its share, Miller said But the company
One of (he nation's giant timber habitat t would cost less, he said, but the has no assurance! it will get the
companies plans to cut up and burn a It will take perhaps two years for exact saving isn't known. nccesary stale permits from the
Gainesville lo lo I the : wYf Q\ ?k I II of Environmental
5,300-acre swamp near Georgia Patfic get ruxehsary The cnmpan)" consultants 'En-' Department
power a lumber mill. local stale and federal. permits. lo yironmental( Science and Engineering Regulation.

--- of Gainesville, arc preparing Vsk, ( Opponents to mining the Santa Fe

If i'eut Is! a ,Mineral) S.u-a; : Florida study to answer Central questions Florida; raised Regional bythe Swamp fear it would\ set a precedent

I North '. for s\\oampliin other parts of the slate.
1IulIut (.liiim: fort of 1)ehuitGeorgia PUnning. Council about the operation'Along Tampa-based Seminole Electric
.'. '. on two large lakes immediatelysouth I I III Cooperative( Inc. is believed to be

.'; : .u_______ _- of the swamp, residents have I eyeing the peal in take Istokpogamarsh
organized! t the Santa Fe Lake in Southwest Florida for boiler
Pacific s plans representthe haul the First i Inn klo.id 'ii 0 the. mill :ill) wcllert: Association to (oppose the 'a fuel The company wholesales powerto

first large-scale attempt In mine miles awayWe mining and push for stale purchase of 11 electric: cooperatives! ,
I Florida's peat beds for fuel The slatehas are kn \ much! ui on 'he !pots I he trotHeading' To study the possibility of burning

the nation's fourth lal'gt'lI'PI! >I)' oflhctipcHr"' m this Ihinjt n the, t S peat instead of oil, coal, or natural
of peat, hut it has not been exploitedfor said John Miller a pnhlii "latinnsrepresentative !!! tht'lrllllp.ohlch has mOl ethan gas, ScmmoiC got a $1.5 million loan
4m dUt>
fuel. A relatively] : small amount bur O P m Augusta! &-pa)uig members, isConsolidation last year from the Rural Eleclnca-

-- -. ',. lion Admmist\ -
The texture of Florida peat can
: : ', : vary from a fibrous, matted, turf-like
\ ,1" r '
,J( :
E' I D''m'o'R"m 1 "S' I material deposited in swamps and
,, :,, '. fA, 0.:(J.J'I: r marshes, to a coloidal, plastic
.' : ; organic mud usually found in lake
bottoms," W.D Adams, 'a
'' says
Lite in 'I lit- until I'e S"UIllP Gainesville geologist.
A'IlS'u'l'r' Florida's peat could mod Ihc
I''J' :f state's energy needs for 38 years, according
lie Harold Hill, 52. a reined branchmanagt'r the Suwannce Hover Coalition, her lo a U.S. Department of
of Jacksonville's water-
organi7aiidt is concerned about the Energystudy While estimates of the
hf'rVlct'dlvltion. 'We have informed hydrological 'changes!! caused b>' culling amount vary, the University of
Gt'orgia.Paciflc" that there is no compromise { down the trees and removing all Florida is making an inventory The
Hill said. "This is an irreversible plants from the swamp, DOE estimated in 1979 that Florida
rl'Firemen's Troubles lo the
s rroc'lls destroy had about 4,700 square miles and 68
peat IIoil (' the lakes The :Suwanncc River WaterManagement
billion tons of
We will lose the ability to ('onl'1)1waU'r ( Distptt also has re peat
Peat about 8,5iX BTl -
unified task force with levels. II will change our air QUt'Mt'cllhal the stale huy the sv' generates a
Like f\.e war between England and Argentina ficient ly operating, a mpn pound, less than coal but more than
f .
it should never have happened.-but it did possible reduction of one of two positions at a quality Possibly our ground wai serves lb a sponge, a bu (>r" wood Some claims have been made
will be contaminated. There will benu district director Don Morgan said. Iiassumes
consequent savings of $10-$20,000 annually)] in that It emits less sulphur and nitrogen
more filtering of water by the swamp flood water and holds it.
The feud between the County Commission t these days when a dollar saved means one less into the air than coal or oil

and the Volunteer Fire Departments of the dollar paid by some hard pressed taxpayer. 'It is obvious that peat is not the
= Of remedy for I he energy problem in t the
1'eal Is Sltort Perin Source Euergyt
should have been allowed to
county never the reduc- U S It isat most a shot term solution:
reach the point of no return (via the resignation : In the case of fire; departments, which may create more problemsthan
route) but it did. tion m numbers by consolidation would not only j i11uy (-rcntc More 1'roblcMii Than It Solves"There it will solve," wrote Marjorie J

mean a savings in personnel, but also a sav- Winkler of the University of Wiscon,.
What's the trouble? ings in expensive new trucks (about $57,000 sin's Institute for Environmental

each) and even such everyday items as fire Studies in a National Wetlands
Partly a breakdown in communications, hose and smoke masks. While each truck will be a change in the rale of When completed in about 30 years, Newsletter quoted by Hill and other
with neither side trusting the motives! and bloom. There will be the opponents to mining the Santa Fc
: of 400-foot algae( no surviving mining! would (leave a lake about
needs three changes; 1 length hose
methods used by the other in gaining their ob- sports fishery." 15 feet deep over about 3,500 acres, Swamp
two trucks can operate on the same 1,200 feet, says Rick Neff, a member of G-F's Opponents also contend that mining
jectives.But and three trucks on 1,500 feet. Similarly, 'Hill is al liberty to say anything he consulting firm of engineers. The peat would release toxic elements in peat,

basically, the main trouble is the inability smoke masks cost $1,300 per set, and at pre wishes! ," Miller said "Apparently would be dug in layers about one inchdeep including mercury, uranium, lead. ,,
nobody is going to make him proveit nickle. and other heavy metals.
Neff said, because shallow
would like four sets. But ,
finance full sent each
of the county to eight department layers are needed to the water Peal also! is hailed asa protector of
fledged fire departments, and the overly ambitious consolidation of stations would materially More removed, but also concerned out "The peat would not get be allowed to archaeological treasures that mining

desire of each community in the coun- reduce the required number of sets to go about the mining are environmentalists gel so dry in I the field that it would would destroy The Santa Fe has been

ty, regardless of size, to have its own fully- around in Gain'lIvilabout\ 20 miles blow away and pollute t he aid," he added called "arrhenlogically significant
by Elizabeth Fisher of Florida Stale
equipped fire station. trim the swamp .
If all desired needs of eight full fledged other Museum
"Peat differs from any Netf said he doubted that mining "Swamps such as the Santa Fe are
Any figure it eight fire !stations for departments were met by the the Florida '
way you : county, millt'ralt' mine in that in it would have any effect on the Santa Fe useful because you can manage them
the second smallest (fin area ) county in the estimated cost t would exceed $500,000 annually is !serving{ a function where it is,' says lakes'south of the !swamp or on the and gel resources from them," sa>d

state is not financially feasible nor necessaryIn One mill in Bradford County brings in Morjone Carr president of Florida Suwannee River east of it Dr Katherine C Ewell, associate
funded Defenders of t the Environment "It is An decision the courts al I he School-of Forest
addition to the eight stations now by about $120,000, meaning over four mills wouldbe important professor
not just 1 holding!! up the earth or beinga 111110011 make is! whether or nol peal Resources and Conservation! at I the
the county, we have at our disposal, in time of required to !support: eight !stations: at peak "
between two other things! .
layer Is a, mineral. it,js., atd ,$>lal land, University Florida. 1
need, the Starke Department Lawtey Correctional .. operating efficiency The,, half-mill levy SUg The swamp'is"part! of"fhb'head- director Dick Ludmgtont the slate,has" Some peat deposits evrn, serve a'r

Institution Department, Kingsley Lake igested.' conntelitnn; Jwith.ifcthG? proposed waters of the Santa Fe River which a claim on three fourths of lh\peat,an,vsoin I good f'ltsalanisyslanistt" I .soNtll4Wt'w I '1
Department, Keysjmie t ights Waldoand r/ Jy Un'eJJCQnaauSfiitQn: fo flog r.1t Wnlil'!! u"'anl1f9.tr'f'; l this!s MiMo/ UiO'MVdinpi' :Iho cilaimA secwrlary, scwaKvrtiyvaWrHhd fpL.tnlo.y: : ,
Tfefen Hood
even LaCrosse. Some of these are" too distantto next September's ballot seems woefully inadequate reason, says o

answer the initial call, of course, but they by such standards. '; |

can still render important backup service ;
All (the diversionary!: tactics such as straw Lepers
when and if needed. '' Firemen Express Their 1'rustrtttiunsTo I
ballots!! special tax ecia

Now that matters have reached such a assessments, and referendums merely pro|
regrettable impasse, resulting in members of pose stopgap measures that offer nothing con'! Whom It May Concern:: an expression of their feelings in the high fee( for sue h a plan would unpo'-i
mailer Norman Dowdy, Harry on some faimeis in .
the Bradford Department turning in their crete to the volunteer departments for long It is with deep regret that I hereby Green, Bill Gnann, DeRilch Green, licular. owners. ". :par;' ,

equipment and calling it quits Monday night range planning Distasteful as consolidation tender my' resignation as a memberof Tom Gross! Norman Phillips, H. In fact, I haven spenf'mmiiIiI, .

the question remains: might be in some quarters, we have only tq$ the Bradford County Volunteer Nelson Green Jr., Glen Gnann, Randy working up this \plan I don't have a
ask ourselveswhat is the alternative? Fire [',t'pl., Inc. I have been a Gaakms, Tom Lefevers, Marshal plan. I have al Hie requusl of Ihv Com _
What's the answer? member in good standing for thc pasl Pardec, Freeman Register III. mission, spent the past several wVvkl1'counting

We already have a sample with one 12 years, and in those years have the number f>f.buildinvoX:
The only posible answer is a fresh, new starton I made many friends among the the
volunteer department the strongest oldest Clarifies unincorporated areas!: oflhch Cqun
an entirely different track. The past three ). dedicated men who built the Bradford ty since that infornmttonVwHuld1+
largest and the parent: of all the others Hole of His OfficeIn
of sparring and evading the issue has County Volunteer' Fire Department necessary; i>lo admmlhlCl'! ,UJIR 61|>>QlI1sUI
years other than a loss of con disbanded, leaving a void in leadership) into the respected! organization that it Assessment Proposal Assessment thai Iho Commission+td liw(
accomplished nothing, Although the other units may struggle alongfor has been. I hope thai these friendships Planned % -t! ?, s!: tarrtSecondly
both It neressaryi'that >
communication between seems I
fidence and a while, the outlook is bleak for the futureof forged on the line, fighting not clarify' 1 fn'M panted t>i t>'llijinbnd
my involvement with the recent effort1'
sides. the destruction of fire but also at
only Commission -
severatwl'ektnagoNoat" ttli
volunteer fire in the unincorporated '
protection by: the Bradford County Commission
table for the ,
the meeting fighting very the planthey! were ceaigidenagiwoirl last {
With everything to lose and nothing to gain, areas of Bradford County.No existence of the Fire Department .to local provide volunteer additional fire funding for the impose{ a large fee on somolf.irror j'
fire will last for many years.I d..partmt'nts.which and .fcuggesled that they .bnnsi volunteer departmentsmust
all the individual one, apparently--at least among the joined the Fire Department the I hopfcan be done. 1
placing much
a on aniQis ol
recognize that they can't havE'ever.thing volunteer firemen.-has any illusions about the very day I was old enough I was so Unfortunately, some' credit 'has dividual owner would be charged !1

their way and must be willing to possibility of getting a referendum for increased proud to have been accepted as a been given to me for developing a proposal Finally, I will continue.to assist J
losing some of member. After I gained experience to impose a Special AssessWht'foe the Commission by'pfioViihdAllfli4pHInformation $
compromise, even if it means taxes approved next September. With : on buildings in Unincorporated ? : '
their prized autonomy.The moon of and training, held many offices,administrative IiJtan.'abjiM: I W tto if1<"()T 'i
highly present taxpayers strongly opposed and on the line. I am still areas to provide these funds'! The May' means of additional i

for its must get back to the to any increase in taxes, and a one-cent increase proud to have been a member But 6 issue of The Telegraph contained an adopted will be at the vinliiairv">'pftfllLTlli( 'I
County part, article that
in the sales tax just going into effect, now I am lired. inaccuratelyreported County Commission hill 'Ini. <"'tb tlH'-'If'JfI
basic plan that was adopted some eight or ten even the most optimistic fireman can hardly Tired of the constant struggle lo that had spent months working up a Appraiser If.
years ago, but which has been abandoned keep antiquated and unsafe equipment plan for this special assessment, and .JJiilmy lv h .tJ
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hope for another favorable vote at the polls, as that the
plan was rejected by the
somewhere along the way, due to pressures ready to go to one more fire t'rax'ny'A: rait' lt-1;!
was experienced in applied by individual fire stations. As we Tired of the worry' that one of the men ifl' .ta
follow would be injured due to
who me
remember it, the original plan, adopted eightof That vote was the result of extraordinary the lack of adequate equipment By ,

ten years ago, was to have four major campaign efforts of the firemen themselves, the way, I do mean follow In a )'

volunteer departments in the county, locatedin and without the leadership of the hardworking volunteer department you do nol com County Agents By'

Starke (the Bradford Volunteers), Lawtey, Bradford volunteers there is little mand -- you lead), And tired of the

Hampton, and Brooker. Other communitieswere chance that a tax for fire protection will be approved apathy control the of the purse elected strings officIals and set who the Notebook BobbyTaylor v, :
to have satellite stations with quick
again. priorities, but who always seem to
response capability to answer calls and "hold place Ihe fire department far. down on .
the fort" until equipment from a major station So what is the alternative to consolidatingfor the list. ---- '-- ...". w

could reach the scene. But in recent years this fire protection? These same commissioners will kill

to have been abandoned.The the fire department with their empty STRAWBERRIES are still "in" Howevci, when this happens, frost
original plan seems Distasteful as consolidation may be in some promises and delays! just as surely as and are excellent. They are living up and freezes interrupts harvest and.

answer, in short, is consolidation of effort quarters, it is preferable to no fire protectionat they have ignored the will of the people to the slogan on the Telegraph of be- growers have difficulty: in keeping j the .
all. << in the straw ballot which they suggested ing the sweetest berries this side of plants and fruit in good condition
equipment, personnel. lo us as a means of gaining heaven.

We have long thought that a study, such as Some time ago a meeting was held of funds. -Most of our fields are now open to Prices received for Bradford County
strawberries has also been ,
find good
the t
I find that I can no longer the for U-Pick-H even though l
members from the Starke Fire
was made of Clay County several years ago, Department, energy to continue to fight for the are still picking for their this year, despite the increase in production !
by outside, impartial specialists, who have no the Bradford County Volunteer Department, privilege to give of my time and growers order buyers. NOW is the time for you and competition with ,

axe to grind, political or otherwise, would be the Rescue Unit, and a respresentative each money to provide the county a service 'to gel berries for your freezer, for strawberries from other areas. I'll
the best investment the county ever made in from the City Council and the County Commis- which they need and want, but which fresh eating, or for pies, jams and not debate whether our best berriesare
sion to discuss such the' Commissioners have decided is Call me through the court better than other area's best berries
fire If by wise and disinterested ; a proposal Naturally jellies.
essential.Not because 1'11'not. sure that the
not t house number (964 6280) if you would I
study of roads, population centers and other there were areas of disagreement and con- all the Commissioners have like to know the directions to our other area's berries I've seen arc

factors involved in making such decision, they flicts of interests and apparently no one step- fought against the Fire Department. I U-Ptck fields, or for a list of our their best. I'm assuming we have the ,

should come up with a plan to provide efficient ped forward to provide the leadership neededto would like to thank Commissioners growers lhal you would like to con- best berries though! because of better

fire protection with four or six volunteer stations get such a movement off the ground.But Lawrence Mosley .and' Maxie Carter tact, prices for ours.

instead of eight the cost of such a study for-their support and faithfulness to This has been an exceptionally goodyear I suggest'that you,shop for price
reduction of "the times they are a-changing" and the; Fire Department. I am sorry to for strawberry production in our and quality when you buy strawberries
would be more than paid for in a consolidation of public services is an inevitable leave them in the lurch, bul as I have area. Except for one field in the county or vegetables The adage that

costs. fact of life whose time has come. The said. I am tired. our berry plants really began to "you get what you pay for" holds true '
I'. will never forget the Bradford grow and set fruit a week or so afterour more often than not with these products (
Such a move toward consolidation might sooner we get on with it, the better off we taxpayers County Volunteer Fire Department January freeze Most growers .

even be extended to meld the staffs of the city will be, both from the standpoint of and the men who breathed life into it, started harvesting berries a little of of

fire department and the rescue unit into an ef- dollars saved, as well as services rendered. I will never forget the hurt I now feel after the first of March, and have early Speaking crops are vegetables now being some harvested our

at the decision have been forced to been harvesting daily since that time. and shipped. Squash and cucumbersare

make;but. .. I,cannot.fight any l longer. Looks like if the weather doesn't get being packed on the Starke State
1585 rl .t Robert w. FosterEditor' too hot and dry, we will continue to Farmer Market by Wainwright Produce

harvest berries through May. If 10, Company, I understand they
MPG I ; nole: The above letter was this will be one of the longest con- plan to handle pepper, eggplant, peas
written by Fireman Foster al the tinuous harvest seasons we have ever and other vegetables. It's good to
\ time of his resignation last had. have a market close: to production.
..t No{ember. Monday night It was sign Please note that I said continuous You might want to contact them or
A d iMl powered vehlcle! his bean devised that is said to be capable of achieving 1,585 ed jby the following members of the because we have picked berries other area markets if you have a

miles per gallon at 25 miles per hour. Bradford-Volunteer\ as before Christmas some years ago. quantity of vegetables to sell.



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May 13. I 1IK2! IKLKC.RAPII: l'age5A i,

Griffin ,,') I II';'

0 Youth Spring Festival, 1982

MeiigMurried The Social SideOc t Presented by Sturke Recreation

Saturday, May 1. the Starke Becker, Kim Bosier, Jason Brown,
Gladys Mooty Of The Recreation Department presented"The Jennifer Brown Jody Brown, Quinton

April 24 Youth Spring Festival 19B2", Chism, Amy Crews, Allison Denmark
Editor featuring students of Jean Reid in Tammy Dempsey, Kefli Ann
Society acrobatics and gymnastics: ; Dorothy Duncan, Terri Fender, Mist! Fili, :
Salazar in ballet, tap and acros; Karla Goodman, Amy Griffis, Sarah
in Home i 964-7608 News Phyllis)) Folsom in piano and Joyce Groves, Erika Gruen, Wendee Hall,
O Sanderson in tap. Charles Hall Christ! Harrell, Holly Hatcher, Renee
painted the beautiful Springtime Hewett, Jenny Honn, Jennifer Keys,
Ceremony backdrop. Monica Nichols, Candace Norman,
Students participating in the Spring Selena Norman, Robin Register,
Bradford Hospital Auxiliary HonoredAt Festival were. Athena Baker, Keltic Heather Safer, Shannon Safer, Cindy
Baldwin, Audrey Brantley, Micki Samons, Suzanne Sapp, Stephanie
Sellers, Shawn Schmidt Dana Shan-

!a 1'qv Tea Given By Hospital Staff non, Sheila Shannon, Sara Smith
Methodist Women Jane Stanwix-Hay, Melissa Starling,
Mr. and !Mrs Kevin ivimit Carla Stephens, Barbara Smith, Jill
Plan Salad Luncheon
Miss Patricia Carol Griffin, eyelet lace She wore in her hair a The Bradford County Hospital Strickland, Tonya Tatum, Tammy
daughter of George M Griffin of circlet of miniature pink roses and employees complimented the The United Methodist: Women are Tatum, Wendy Thornton, Lindsey
Gainesville and the late Elizabeth babies breath.A Hospital Auxiliary at a tea on Monday having a salad luncheon May 21 from Walkup, Bobbie Westcott, Chanda
Griffin and Kevin Richard Meng son reception was hold a\\ the home of afternoon, May 10, in the Fellowship II a.m. to 1 p.m. in Fellowship Hall Woods and Joy Vellenga.
of, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng of the groom's parents. The refreshment Hall of the First PresbyterianChurch. t' E The salad plate will have chicken/
Hampton Lake were united in marriage table was covered with an ecru salad, potato salad, and a congealedsalad
on April 24 at 2 p.m. The wedding lace cloth and centered with an ar As the Auxiliary members arrived and will be served with a drink Deborah Curtner,
took place in a double ring lawn rangement of fresh spring flowers. they were pinned with pink carnation and crackers for a $2 donation. Michael MengAnnounce
ceremony at the home of the groom's White tapers were placed in crystal corsages. Desserts! will be available for 50
parents, with Reverend Father Ed- candle holders. The wedding cake, The three long refreshment tables cents. EngagementMrs.
ward Rooney performing the nup- topped with four wedding bells, was held assortments of cakes, cookies, Joyce Curtner of Tampa and
tials. at one end of the table, and crystal candies, sandwiches and goodies in a Joseph R. Curtner of Starke announce
Blooming roses, day lilies, punch bowls were at the other end. wide variety. The punch table was Frances Stephenson, the engagement and approaching
magnolias and yellow potted crysan- Mints and nuts were served from centered with a beautiful arrangement John GordonTo marriage of their daughter, Deborah
themums decorated the wedding crystal compotes. An assortment of of daisies, snapdragons, carnations Elaine, to Michael William Meng, son
scene sandwiches, hors IY oeuvres, salads, and foliage. All the tables were Wed FridayMiss of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng of Hamt- I
Tony Roberts of Raiford served as and relishes also were served. covered with while linen cloths. Frances Stephenson of pon Lake. .
best man. Susan Slaughter cut and served the During the tea hours Hospital Ad- 4+5 f Keystone Heights, daughter of Mr. The wedding is planned for June 18,
Angela Meng and Karen Gilbert, cake. Serving punch were Mrs. Ruth ministrator C.E. (Rip) O'Steen pass- i and Mrs. Joseph Hogue of Jacksonville time and place to be announced later
nieces of the groom, were flower Meng and Mrs. Dorothy Hjythorne. ed out embroidered hour emblems to and John Gordon of Starke, son
girls. They wore long white gowns The bride's book was kept by Rita the Auxiliary members. Each recieved of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Walters of
with floral designs. Meng. an emblem depicting the numberof L' : Baltimore, Md., will be united in mar- Weeks, UDC Has
Mrs. Susan Slaughter of Fruitland Following a wedding trip to Busch voluntary hours she had served. riage Friday, May 21, at 11:30: a.m. by Confederate ProgramAn
Park attended her sister as matron of Gardens the couple Is residing at Pro- Mrs. L.C. Early received the highest \, Judge George Pierce in the Bradford
honor. She wore a street length dressof vidence.: figure with 4000, hours served in a County Courthouse. editorial from the U.D.C.
blue and white dotted Swiss, The bride graduated from period of 12 years Mr. O'Steen thanked Mrs. L.C. Early Receives! The couple plan to live in Keystone magazine entitled "UDC: Challengeor
decorated with a corsage of miniature Gainesville High School and the the women for their loyal and 40IH Hour Emblem Heights. Chore?" was read by Mrs. Herbert
pink roses and babies breath. School of Forestry at the University valuable voluntary service given to The bride-elect is presently Thomas at the May meeting of the
The bride wore a two piece white of Florida. She is employed in Lake the hospital.Approximately. employed at McDonalds in Starke. W T. Weeks chapter U.D.C. on
waltz length dress with mandarin City with the U.S. Forestry Division. 30 Auxiliary Mr. Gordon attends Bradford County Wednesday, May I 5 at the Western J
neckline. The ruffled cap sleeves The groom graduated from Brad- members and 50 hospital staff Vo-Tech School. Steer Steakhouse. I,
were edged with eyelet trim. The ford High School and is employed at members attended between the tea President Mrs Thomas presidedover

tiered skirt was also trimmed with Hercules, Inc. in Starke. hours 2 and 3:30: p.m. Did You Know.. .. .. .. the meeting. Mrs. Lester Crews
reported on the recent trip to Olustee
BIRTHSBrittany Battleground and Museum and !Mrs.
Cheryl Ekenbarger; Mr. and Mrs. J.D. of Thomas gave a review of the book
Starke Church of God HostsDistrictMotherDaughter
the Con-
John DeFour wrote
William Bryan Starke and on
sons, Hal Seymour of
federate 1864 Battle of Olustee.
I Gainesville and Doug Seymour of Army
Plan July WeddingNancy
Sue l.oudon The author's father was a member of
BanquetThe Miami of
were Sunday guests Mr.and
Company D, 4th Ga. Calvary Regiment -
Mrs. Marion Ormond
J. Ekenbarger of Keystone Mr.and Mrs. A. G. (Sonny) Loudon, Beach. Harrington a dispatch rider for Brig, Gen.
Starke Woman's Club was the black pots filled with gold nuggets Heights and Adelbert Ekenbager of 'III of Ponca City, Okla., announce the Joseph Finegan, the battle's Con-
setting for a district Mother-Daughter and a rainbow over them. Okechobee announce the engagementand birth of a daughter, Brittany Sue" Mrs. Ron Kelly of and Mr. federate commanding officer. i
banquet hosted by the Ladies Auxiliary All the other tables were decoratedthe forthcoming marriage of their born April 27. Maternal grandparents and Tampa The hostesses, Mrs. G.J.
Mrs. Trawick of Lake
of the Starke Church of God same. The piano held an arrangement daughter, Cheryl Lee to William Jeffrey are Mr, and Mrs. George Vogel of Los and families Buddy the weekend with City McGriff.Sr, Mrs. N.B. Rosier and
with seven other churches par- of mixed spring flowers in pinks Bryan, son of Mr. Joseph Bryanof Angeles, Calif. Paternal grandparents their mother,spent Mrs. Jack Trawick at Mrs. L.F. Dinkins served a dessert
ticipating.The and orchid, flanked with orchid burn-- Melrose. are Mr. and Mrs. A. G. course during the social hour.u3.t .
theme, "A New Beginning" ing tapers. The stage was decoratedin lnnHJ A July 2 garden .wedding_ l. has been Loudon, Jr. of Starke... Kingsley
was carried out in rainbows and pots a replica of the rainbow with a huge pmuiuru at ''''' "iiuiiie' uii Lake ..
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of gold. The head table was centered black pot of gold nuggets at the end of Santa Fe in Melrose at 7:30: p.m. -- -
with' African violets and brass it. Palms, African violets, Boston fern The bride elect is a 1980 graduate of
candlesticks holding orchid burning were used throughout the club. Fansin the Keystone Heights High School and
tapers. Each end of the table held the colors of the rainbow were hung ios presently employed at the Univer-
at points of interest.A sity of Florida. .
humorous fashion show was All friends and relatives of the cou-
Rescue Team presented by the Starke Church and a ple are invited to attend.
pattern for living by the Westwood
Has Cookout .... Hills Church .of God .(Gainesville), Did You Know.......... i
The Bradford County Hospital The special speaker was Anenette
rescue1 tea rrr and their families'had'ar? Watson from Ccala"" ".., ,1" u.u.i.. .. ,
party'' 'and'"cook' (Jt,>Saturday ''after-))4 A'dflllciouk' ham dinner waserved'" M1''aiM Mrs. wi: ?: li d'"Were In ,
noon May 8, at the home of Mrs and by the men of the Starke Church to approxImately Daytona Beach last Monday to Thurs-
Mrs. Cliff Chapman of Hampton 200 guests Each mother day where Mr. Haas attended the
Lake. and daughter were presented favors State Veterans Service Officers Conference -
The group enjoyed water skiing and by the Westwood Hills Church.All They spent the weekend in
riding the three wheel motorcycle, the proceeds from the banquet Tampa with their daughter and fami-
followed by a cookout. went to a mission project in the St. ly, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Trimpey.
The party was to celebrate the Kitts Islands.
Rescue Team becoming ACLS Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hobbs and

(Advance Cardiac Life Support)Unit Did you Know.......... son of Jacksonville and Mrs. Jimmy it6i1
and.the.installation of the Telemetry. Hobbs and family of Crystal River S S
Mr.and Mrs.J.H. DuPre spent Sun- were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
day with their daughter and family, J.C. Hobbs.
Brenda Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Mclntyre at
Ponte Vedra Beach. Mrs. R.W. Underhill and grandsons
Kevin BradleyTo Ryan and Robert Mendietta of In- 0I
: Ma'iryMgy: 22 David Jordan of Orlando spent dialantic, Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Brenda1Jacksoniand Mother's Day with his parents, Mr. Underill of Palm Bay and Mr. and
Kevin Bradley) and Mrs. EstanJordan.Mrpnd.Mrs. Mrs. Wil Mendietta of St. Simons
will be united,in! marriage Saturday I
were guests during the
May 22, at 8 p.m. at the home of thebrideelect's Rodney Hall of
weekend of Mr and Mrs. J.H. Mon- Fortune Federal
uncle and aunt,'Mr: and Theresa, had as Sunday dinner crief.
Mrs.Kenneth,Crawford at Hampton guests .Mr,. and Mrs. Clyde Hall of

Lake with a reception.following. at the Theressa, ,Mfr and Mrs. Edward Mrs. Emma Pinner of Atlanta was
Crawford Home. < > Davis; pamesvillo, \ Stephen Hall of Monday and Tuesday guests of Mr.
All friends and relatives are invitedto Orlando and .Mr, and Mrs. R.O. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas. .:
attend. ,n.. I II Dansby of Slarke.Mrs'.Xlt' :.:' ..
i Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Moran of
Hospital 'Auxiliary ) :: Dennis.spent) the weekend Kingsley Lake and Capt. and Mrs. j jo
"' with her, daughter and family, Mr. John Myers of former
To'Have Installation 't. and Mrs. Berne SlaUer in Oca la. Kingsley Lake resents, returned

The,$t a dlO'rd County Hospital Aux Friday after a 11 days cruise in the
iliary will have installation of officers'and )Mrs. Ernest Boland of Athens, Ga., Bahamas. Get under the
awards given out at their Dutch is visiting her mother, Mrs. Floried
treat dinner-meeting Monday night, Speer. Mrs. Speer was in Alachua Mr. and Mrs. Robert McDonell and
Fortune umbrella free
May 17, at,,.630; p.m. at Western Steer General Hospital over the weekendfor Joseph Sear of Temple Terrace were ,
Steakhouse. Sunday guests of Mr. McDonell's uncle -
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R.P. with a new checking account.
Mr. and Mrs.W.H.! Green and fami- McLcndon.
May BreakfastTo ly of Tallahassee spent the weekend
With $300 minimum )
Be Held May 15 with their mother, Mrs. Lex Green Mrs. Jim Hardee of Lee&burg, ( deposit. .
and family, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell :

Starke The annual Woman's May Club Breakfast will be of held the Mrs. Gladys Weldon visited her son the of Starke, grduated of Florida May with 1 from .. Trying to get along these days without 0:1: [ I balance required with qualified direct
University a .
Saturday, May 15, at 11:30 a.m. at the and family, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Master of Education degree. checking account is like erring caught in : deposit((3 Insured to $100,000 by the
club house. Weldon in MacClenny on Sunday. the rain without an umbrella. It's more than i: FSLIC|l2J] Simplified monthly statement 0
Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Cash and fami- on Inconvenience. It's o serious d sodvonEosy: accessibility at 00: convenient locations
W.H. Thomson. .' Thursday guests or"Mrs. Joan Chit- ly of Orlando were weekend guests of rage that can cost you time and money. : I ((3 Personal, dependable service backed
ty and family were her sister-m-law, Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns. : by 47 of
Mrs. Betty Hadsock and Mrs. Mary Now you can get a checking : years experience.
Alice Lee of Lakeland. Georgia account with an umbrellaful of benefits. : I For convenience, beauty and interest. yOu
Melissa Rutledge You earn 5 Vi% Interest compounded doily :: I can't beat Fortune. So come In out of the

Honored at Tea and you pay no service charges if you : rain today. Open up a new Fortune check-
$300: minimum balance. I with of S300:
26 keep a : ing account a deposit or
Miss Melissa Rutledge, !
Other benefits No minimum : more and receive a free umbrella with
bride-elect, was honored at a tea : Me Me9 are: ((3 :
Saturday, May 8, at the home of Mrs. { our compliments.
John C. Greene at Camp Blanding. :
The dining room table was covered Formerly Chinese Garden JtMCanran; :' I
centered with a lace with Army/Navy an arrangement cloth of and silk 1900 N. Temple Ave., Starke Over one billion

peach roses, green tiger lilies and o. dollars In assets.
foliage flanked with silver "The Place'' To Be" FORTUNEFcDcRRL

candelabras holding peach-colored o 30 friendly .

tapers.In the living room was an arrange- > Now Open offices Florida. i

ment of peach silk flowers and fresh i .
lilies. The sun porch had an arrangement Savings and Loan Association
day |
of silk white and yellow Evenings U 12 pm 0 Closed on Monday & Tuesday FREE UMDREUA OFFER! c .

mums Pouring and violets.punch was Miss Gloria Dine with us. in a relaxed. tc Doth----9.--'Q mn) .and wwman'i umbrvNcn or*"""'v ouaman'
Strickland and assisting in caring for ovortab I'. Mack only foment urntwHo and 9"1'umbowIIa '
o.a.abM m,,,..-1 color ehotc On*unbrvflo ti
the guests were Mrs. Neil Tucker, Garden: AtmosphereChoice. p.f account No occounn may, b*op.o.d by
W.B. Mundy, Mrs. Gus moU. and font*mutt rtfnain on ckrpovr for 60 day.. ;Soil
Mrs. rvgular 1O li*.clock orftr wrh a Fonun Sot
Kopelousos. Mrs. Donald Thornton, kMprng Accounr .to nor voJirt dmtno low.. promononON
and Mrs. Sale. *good lor a mjro rim*only ndvonrogonow it
Mrs. J.E. Hardy Guy Steaks Seafood & Pizza *u4.'')pty Icon No rtiangn pKU!
Approximately. 35 guests from ,
Orange Park, Jacksonville, Kingsley SS
Lake, Starke and Gainesville attended \ rrsTlMEioBUY
between the hours of 3 and 4:30 REAL ESTA1lV
p.m. Among the. guests from Roland<< Coming Soon V S

was Mrs. Joe AMrauskas groom and mother Mrs.ofthe Roxie at the Piano Stark: ISLE] i a a
prospective 393 W. Madison 964-5000
Richard Fava.

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Miami Herald Turns Spotlight on t J$;at! !::Mining In Bradford County Swampi

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i following story by Juanita has gone 1..1 UK IIUI't>l'I'} trade. Ga. "We are spending a substantial i goes back lo the Depression Days
Greene, environmental writer appeared Most of 'lundiJ'lt peat lies in amount on research," when the land went to the state for
in I the April 25 issue of The wetlands: Environmentalists say' Each year,, Miller/ said, the Palatka delinquent taxes
Miami Herat < wetlands are needed to assure adequate plant burns about 600,000() ) barrels.,of .', I Iy Georgia-Pacific, might, pay the state
water and! li> preserve wildlife oil al Ghoul $30 a barrel. Burning f for Us share, Miller said But the company -
One of the nation's( giant timber habitat. peat would cost less, he said, but the has no assurance it will get the
companies plans to cut up and burn a II will take perhaps two years for exact saving isn't known. nccesary I stale permits from the
5,300-acre: I swamp near Gainesville to Georgia Pacfic i In gel( 'the necessary The company's consultants, 'En-"" .. Department of Environmental
power a lumber mill. local!, slate and federal permits! toI v.ironinental( Science and Engineering Regulation -

If Peut IN u Mineral' hlule. ut'I'c' -: l--: the study(, North of to Gainesville answer Central questions,Florida are preparing'a raised Regional by, ." ,1< ( Swamp Opponents fear U lo would mining set the a precedentfor Santa Fe

I : '::1 swamps in other parts of the Mate
t 7tE J.
PlannmgCouncil about the operation !
( .
.. May Have' ( ,aim) on .I'art of Ut'lw..i. Along( two large lakes immediatelysouth l Tampa,based Seminole ElectricCooperative
believed be
i lo
: Inc is
; .. .. ..- of the swamp residents have Ii ,
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:v orparmed the Santa I Fe Lake I', eyeing the peal in Lake'lslokpoga

Georgia/: Pacific plans representthe haul (he first true kload to (lie null ,<0 f welters Association l to oppose<< the marsh in Southwest Florida for boiler
first large-scale/: attempt to mine miles away mining' and push for (slate purchase! of It T s fuel The company wholesales powerto
Florida's peat<< beds for fuel The slate ''WeuieM"'\ miuh .ut on the I puni I he trac 11 ele'c'tric eooperalives
has the nation's fourth largest 1 supply of the spear on tins 'thing! ir.: (he I S To study the: possibility of burning
of peat<< but it has not been exploitedfor said John Miller u pnl>h> relations Heading! I the group( 1\I'h has moi'ethan peat instead of oil, coal, or natural
fuel.! A relatively: small amount representative for O P Augusta: 400 dues-paying members, isConsoliddtion gas, Semmoic got a $1.5 million loan
J last year from the Rural Electrica-
A lion Administration.The .
texture of Florida peal<< can '
: : vary from a fibrous, malted turf-like :

:ED'IWOJtlt1\iriS: : ; ) : : ;. material deposited in swamps and '
; ,',... marshes, lo a coloidal, plastic;

i .\, organic, mud usually found in lake
. : "
bottoms, says W.f Adams, ''a '

Lilt in 'I 1 111t* Aaiila !I'e Ss UIIII Gainesville geologist,
Florida's peat could meet I he

'f' state's energy needs' for 38 ;years, ac
Mny le Answer Harold l Hill of, 52. a! retired branch 'the Suwannee River (Coalition her cording lo a US. Department of
Jacksonville's water-
manager organi7atim) is concerned about the Energy study While estimates of I the
service division "We> have informed!
hydrolognal changes caused\ ) cutting amount vary the University of
Georgia-Pacific that there is no compromise down the trees and all
removing Florida is making an inventory.. The
Hill said. "This is an Irreversible -
lo 1irenl'II'S 'froublesLike plants from the swamp DOE estimated in 1979 that Florida
process to destroy the
had about miles and 6 8
peal It will contaminate the lakes The buwannee River Water 4,700 square
We will lose the ability to con 1,1wall'r Management, Distnct also has requested billion tons of peat

t't't war between England and Arg'ntina t'icw"IIy operating, unified task force with apossible levels.! It will change our sir \ that !the state' buy the swampH pound Peat, generates less than coal about but 8.5IK more) BTl than s a

it should never have happened--but it did :: : reduction of one of two positions at a quality Possibly" our ground war v t serves 'as a sponge a bujfer" wood Some claims have been made
of will be contaminated. There wilt be no district director. Don Morgan bald "Itd"i'tllmI'S
savings $10-$20,000 annually in thallll'mitsil'ss and
consequent more filtering( of water by the flood water and holds it sulphur nitrogen
The feud between the County Commissionand I lheseda>s when a dollar saved means one less into the air than coal or OIl.

the Volunteer Fire Departments of the dollar! paid hy some hard pressed taxpayerIn "It is obvious that peal is not the
county should never have been allowed to "I'eat Is Sllort=['erut Source U S It at most short( term solui'
is a ion
the case of fire departments the reduc-
reach the point of no return (via lie resignation which create
route) but it did. tion in numbers by consolidation would not only ; S May (route More i'robleiiin Than It Solve..n than it will may solve," wrote 1110problt'ml Marjorie J>,

mean a savings in personnel, but also a savings Winkler of the University of Wiscon;,
What's the trouble? in expensive new trucks (about $57,000 sin's Institute for Environmental .

each) and even such everyday items as fire Studies in a National Wetlands'
breakdown in communications I
Partly a hose and smoke masks. While each truck There will be a change in the rate of When completed in about 30 years, Newsletter quoted by Hill and other
with neither side trusting the motives:: and algae, bloom. There will be the opponents to mining the Santa Kc'
needs three changes of 400-foot length hose no surviving mining\ would (leave a lake about
methods used by the other in gaining their ob- Swamp. I
I spoils! fishery 15 feet dl'f'ovt'r\ about 3,500 acres,
two trucks the same 1,200 feet
can operate on
Opponents also contend that mining
jectives.But says Rick Neff, a member of G.F'sl.Onsulling
and three trucks on 1,500 feet. Similarly, 'Hill is at liberty to say anything he firm of engineers., The peatwould would release toxic elements in peat, ,

basically, the main trouble is the I inability smoke masks cost $1,300: per set, and at present wishes," Miller\ said. "Apparently be dug in layers about one inch including mercury, uranium, lead,. ., II
of the county to finance eight full each department would like four sets. But nobody" is going to make him proven deep" Neff said, because shallow pickle and other heavy metals. :,

fledged fire departments, and the overly ambitious consolidation of stations would materially layers are needed to get the water Peat also is hailed as a protector of
More removed, but also concernedabout out "The archaeological I treasures I that mining .
would be
peal<< not allowed to
desire of each community in the coun- reduce the required number of sets to go the mining are environmentalists get so dry' in the field that it would would destroy The Santa Fe has been

ty, regardless of size, to have its own fully- around.If in Gainesville, about 20 miles blow way and pollute I he aid," he added called "archi-<.logically significant"
equipped fire station. trom the swamp by Elizabeth Fisher of Florida Slate
all desired needs of eight full-fledged Museum
Any way you figure it, eight fire stations for departments were met by the county, the minl'rall'"Peat differs mine: in from that in any Florida :it Ni-tf said lie doubled that mining "Swamps: such as! Die Santa Fe arruseful ,
the second smallest ( in ) in the would have any effect on the Santa Fe because you can manage them .
area county estimated cost:: would exceed $500,000 annually is serving a function where it is, sa>sMorione lakes' "
south of the swamp or on the and get resources from them, sayd
state is not feasible Carr, of Florida
financially president
nor necessaryIn One mill in Bradford County brings in
Suwannee River east of it Dr. Katherine' C. Ewell, associate:
addition to the eight stations now funded by about $120,000, meaning over four mills wouldbe Defenders of the Environment "It is An important decision the courts professor at the School of Forest

the county, we have at our disposal, in time of required to support eight stations at peak not just holding up I the earth or beinga will soon make is whether or not pealis << Resources and Conservation at the

need, the Starke Department, Lawtey Correc at operating: efficiency.The, half-mill levy SUg layer The swamp'is'part between!two other of''frbihc'adwaters things a miQcraK.If jssaudslai, land, University of Florida. ,- -'*
director Dick LudingUmvJthe staif.has, !> Some peat deposits" eve/i
tional Institution Department Kingsley Lak ecwvagY
gested connert of the Santa Fe River which
In ipn'iwimfttthft proposed
; a claim on 1 hl'l'l' fourths uf I wpeaiilih lt goodfettvaitonsa.siuttrotm( ,"'suWrwlitg4'p.)7seeoadar .t
Department, Keysfone Heights, Waldo; and re/ereijduni monlione4Jlj.lhc.ComiuJ&6iian: : fon nowptyliUniptipSuwamtr! dirddr: :f" sonivgriaQ iu.Mvampi :the claims ). bl'WI.alii........ ipiantse..\!..,
oltoa's'Tt.r.cUond.! .. in
even LaCrosse:/Some these are'too distantto next September's ballot seems woefully inadequate rt'a ,

answer the initial call, of course but they by such standards. \

can still render important backup service ;
when and if needed. All the diversionary tactics such as 'straw Letters
ballots special tax '' ecia . Firvmvn Express Their Frustrations ,

Now that matters have reached such a assessments, and referendums mere pro]

regrettable impasse, resulting in members of pose stopgap measures that offer nothing cool! To Whom It May Concern: an expression! of their feelings in the high fee for such a plan would impost' ,

the Bradford Department turning in their crete to the volunteer departments for long matter. Norman Dowdy, harry on some owners, f llllwrb in par, ,
It is with deep regret that 1 hereby Green, Bill Gnann DeRilch Green ticular "' .""
equipment and calling it quits Monday night, range planning Distasteful as consolidation tender my resignation as a memberof Tom Gross, Norman Phillips, H. In fact, I haven't Iopt'IIC* monili'-1''":

the question remains: might be in some quarters, we have only 10 the Bradford County VolunteerFire Nelson Green. Jr., Glen Gnann, Randy working up this plan I don't have a

ask ourselveswhat is the alternative? i Depl., Inc. I have been a Gdskms, Tom Lefevers, Marshal plan. I have al the request of I 1)144) ,Commission '
What's the answer? member in good standing for the past Paidee, Freeman Register III l spent<< the: past severa'Vek\! ;**
We already have a sample with one 12 years, and in those years have the number
The only posible answer is a fresh, new starton counting JlfUII"'I&IIfvolh >J
made friends the
an entirely different track. The past three volunteer department, the strongest, oldest! dedicated many who built the among Bradford Appraiser Clarifies (' unincorporated l areas!: of LhC-Coun-r;
years of sparring and evading the i issue has largest, and t the parent' of all the others, : County Volunteer Fire Departmentinto Hole of His OfficeIn ly since that i to administer informltbnldlhid'IIfnecessary \ ,Uin 8ptiuiatiH:

accomplished nothing, other than a loss of con- disbanded, leaving a void in leadership) the respected<< organization that it Assessment ProposalIt Absf'SsmC'Ollhalthc ConuimHiunfeidliw! > [
Although the other units may struggle along has been. I hope that these friendships >
fidence and communication between both planned i it, SS:!: x 6M
for a while, the outlook is bleak for the futureof forged on the line, fighting nol seems nt'Cl'&sary'lhal.1 clarify Secondly, 1 first pointed nub'loilhbnil
sides. only the destruction of fire but also al my involvement with I the recent effort1'
volunteer fire protection in the unincor Commission sevrra4rw'okit'agtnlhM1M'
the meeting table fighting for the very by the Bradford County Commission'to
With everything to lose and nothing to gain, porated areas of Bradford County.No existence of the Fire Department, %, provide additional\ funding for the the impose plan a they large were fee ciuk on l somoll.irmlvrs't ideraegtwuulAaI)

all the individual volunteer fire departmentsmust will last for many years.I local volunteer fire departments.. and thai
least the .fcuggested they -bnnsitiMA:
one, apparently--at among joined the Fire Department the which I hope/can be done. ..
that they can't have placing a limit on how much .bnoiiaoh
recognize volunteer firemen -has some'
any illusions about the very day I was old enough. I was so Unfortunately, credit hast'
everything their way and must be willing to possibility of getting a referendum for increased proud to have been accepted as a been given to me for developing' a proposal dividual Finally.owner I will would continue be charged..to assist
compromise even if it means losing some of member. After I gained experience to impose a Special Assessment'fee
taxes approved next September. With the Commission 1>)/ Wtfn1 nth Jg-&lflrpH}
their highly prized autonomy. and training, I held many offices.ad on buildings in unincorporated( I information
the mood of
present taxpayers strongly 1ifanoIljitl tgirtyfepj
opposed ministrative and on the line I am still areas to provide these funds.; The May""' '

The County for its part, must get back to the to any increase in taxes, and a one-cent in proud to have been a member But 6 issue of The Telegraph, contained an adopted means will of be additional at ihivinitiative"I funding, > f'lRtLr.i
crease in the sales tax just going into effect I tired. article that inaccurately reported ,
basic plan that was adopted some eight or ten now am ('mnmibst.hr.1 Uii even the most optimistic fireman can hardly Tired of the constant struggle lo t that I had spent months working up a Appraiser/! ,',r.'et bus
years ago but which has been abandoned antiquated and unsafe equipment plan for this special assessment! and )1J
keep '
hope for another favorable vote at the \
somewhere along the way due to pressures polls, as ready to go to one more fire I that (he plan was rejected by the Pr1 x'riyAtyranfyX'jMCounly ; !
applied by individual fire stations. As we was experienced in October, 1980. Tired of the worry' that one of the men Commission partly! because of the 1,

remember it, the original plan, adopted eightof who follow me would be injured due to
That vote was the result of extraordinary
the lack of adequate equipment (By
to have four "
ten years ago, was major campaign efforts of the firemen themselves, the way, I do mean follow In a .aM
volunteer departments in the county, locatedin volunteer department do not command ",
and without the leadership of the .hard you County Agents
Starke (the Bradford Volunteers), Lawtey, working Bradford volunteers there is little .- you lead). And tired of the By' "
and Brooker. Other communitieswere of the elected officials who "
Hampton, apathy
chance that tax for fire will be BobbyTaylor .
a protection
to have satellite stations with quick approved control the purse strings and set the Notebook ; .;
again priorities, bul who always seem to
calls and "hold
response capability to answer place the fire department far,down on 1 '
the fort" until equipment from a major station So what is the alternative to consolidating the list. .14 11.

could reach the scene. But in recent years this for fire protection? These same commissioners will kill

been abandoned.The the fire department with their empty STRAWBERRIES
original plan seems to have are still "in"and Howevei. when this
Distasteful as consolidation may be in some promises and delays just as surely as are excellent. They are living up freezes happens, frQ..land

answer, in short, is consolidation of effort quarters, it is preferable to no fire protectionat they have ignored the will of the people to the slogan on the Telegraph of being growers have interrupts difficulty in harvest keeping and the,

equipment, and personnel.We all. in the I straw ballot which of they suggested heaven.the I sweetest berries this side of plants and fruit in good/: condition .
to us as a means gaining

have long thought that a study, such as Some time ago a meeting was held of funds. -Most of our fields are now open lo Prices received for Bradford County
was made of Clay County several years ago, members from the Starke Fire Department I find thai I can no longer find the the public for U-Pick-Il even though strawberries has also been good/ f
who the Bradford Volunteer energy to continue to fight for the growers are still picking for their this year, despite the increase in production .:
outside impartial specialists have no County Department
by privilege to give of my; lime and order buyers. NOW is the time for and competition with !
axe to grind political or otherwise, would be the Rescue Unit, and a respresentative each money lo provide the county a service to get berries for your freezer, you for strawberries from other areas. I'll

the best investment the.county ever made in from the City Council and the County Commis- which they need and want, but which fresh eating, or for pies jams: and nol debate whether our best<< berries
fire protection. If by wise and disinterested sion to discuss such a proposal. Naturally the Commissioners have decided is jellies. Call me through the cour- arc better than other area's best berries

study of roads, population centers and other there were areas of disagreement and con- not essential thouse number (964 6280) if you would because I'm.not. sure thai the i
Not all the Commissioners> have like to know the directions to other area's berries I've seen arc
factors involved in making such decision, they flicts of interests, and apparently no one step- fought against the Fire Department I U-Pick fields or for a list of our our their best. I'm assuming we have the

should come up with a plan to provide efficient ped forward to provide the leadership neededto would like to (hank Commissioners growers that you would like to contact best berries thought because of better

fire protection with four or six volunteer stations get such a movement off the ground.But Lawrence Mrn.le..and'Maxie Carter prices for ours.

instead of eight, the cost of such a study "the times for'their support and faithfulness to This has been an exceptionally goodyear I suggest that youshop for price
would be more than paid for in a reduction of they are a-changing" and the: Fire Department I am sorry to ; for strawberry production in our and quality when you buy strawberries
costs. consolidation of public services is an in- leave them in the lurch, but as I have area Except for one field in the county or vegetables The adage that
evitable fact of life whose time has come. The said, I am tired. our berry plants really began to "you get what you pay for" holds true

Such a move toward consolidation might sooner we get on with it, the better off we taxpayers swill: never forget the Bradford grow and bet fruit a week or so after ,more often than not with these pro-

even be extended to meld the staffs of the city will be, both from the standpoint of County the men Volunteer who breathed Fire Departmentand life into it started our January harvesting freeze.berries Most growers a little ducts.

fire department and the rescue unit into an ef dollars saved as well as services rendered. I will never forget the hurt I now feel after the first of March, and have Speaking of vegetables, some of our
at the decision\ have been forced to been harvesting: daily since that lime. early crops are now being harvested
make;big I cannot fight lunger.J and shipped. Squash and cucumbersare
any Looks like if the weather doesn't get
being packed on the Starke State
1555 rl I .oJ '- Robert w. Foster too hot and dry, we will continue to Farmer Market by Wainwright Produce

MPG I Editor' note: The above letter was harvest this will berries be one through of the longest May. If continuous so, Company, I understand they

written by Fireman Foster at the harvest seasons we have ever plan to handle pepper eggplant, peas
and other vegetables. Its
time of his resignation last good to
it had.Please have a market close to production.
November. Monday night was signed
A deisel powered vehicle has been devised that I Is said to be capable of achieving 1.585 Jay the following members of the note that I said continuous You might want to contact them or
because we have picked berries other area markets if have .
mil. per gallon at 25 miles per hour. Brodord.volunieer Department as. you a
before Christmas
some years ago. quantity of vegetables to sell.


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0 "() Youth Spring Festival, 1982 If:

MCJJg The Social Side Presented by Starke Recreation

MarriedApril .

,, Saturday, May 1 1. the Starke Becker, Kim Bosier, Jason Brown, i
, Gladys Mooty Of The Recreation Department presented"The Jennifer Brown, Jody Brown, Quinton j

' 24 Youth Spring Festival, 1982", Chism, Amy Crews, Allison Den-
Society Editor featuring students of Jean Reid m mark. Tammy Dempsey, KoHl Ann i j
acrobatics and gymnastics; Dorothy Duncan, Terri Fender, Misti Fill, :
in HomeCeremony Salazar in ballet, tap and across; Karla Goodman, Amy Griffis, Sarah '.
i' 964-7608 News Phyllis Folsom in piano and Joyce Groves, Erika Gruen, Wendee Hall,
1 ; >Q Sanderson in tap. Charles Hall Christ! Harrell, Holly Hatcher, Renee
a Vjjcfr ffl painted the beautiful Springtime Hewett, Jenny Honn, Jennifer Keys,
backdrop. Monica Nichols, Candace Norman,
Students participating in the Spring Selena Norman, Robin Register,
4 Bradford Hospital Auxiliary HonoredAt Festival were: Athena Baker, Kelhe (Heather Safer, Shannon Safer, Cindy
Baldwin, Audrey Brantley, Micki Samons, Suzanne Sapp, Stephanie
Sellers, Shawn Schmidt, Dana Shannon

..... > ','" Tea Given By Hospital StaffThe Sheila Shannon, Sara Smith
Mr and Mrs. Kevin! Methodist Women Jane Stanwix-Hay, Melissa Starling,
Carla Stephens, Barbara Smith, Jill
Miss Patricia Carol Griffin, eyelet lace. She wore in her hair a Bradford County Hospital Plan Salad LuncheonThe Strickland, Tonya Tatum, Tammy
' daughter of George M. Griffin of circlet of miniature pink roses and employees complimented the United Methodist Women are Tatum, Wendy Thornton, Lindsey
. Gainesville and the lale Elizabeth babies breath.A Hospital Auxiliary at a tea on Monday y, having a salad luncheon May 21 from Walkup, Bobbie Westcott, Chanda
' Griffin, and Kevin Richard Meng son reception was held al) the home of afternoon, May 10, in the Fellowship r II a.m to 1 p.m. in Fellowship.) Hall. Woods and Joy Vellenga.
of, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng of the groom's parents. The refreshment Hall of the First PresbyterianChurch. The salad plate will have chicken
! Hampton Lake were united in marriage table was covered with an ecru salad, potato salad, and a congealed
on April 24 at 2 p.m. The wedding lace cloth and centered with an arrangement As the Auxiliary members arrived salad and will be served with a drink Deborah Curtner,
' took place in a double ring lawn of fresh spring flowers. they were pinned with pink carnation and crackers for a $2 donation. Michael MengAnnounce
ceremony at the home of the groom's White tapers were placed in crystal corsages. Desserts! will be available for 50
: parents, with Reverend Father Ed- candle holders. The wedding cake, The three long refreshment tablet cents Engagement

ward Rooney performing the nup- topped with four wedding bolls, was held assortments of cakes, cookies, Mrs. Joyce Curtner of Tampa and
tials. at end of candies, sandwiches and goodies in
one the table, and crystal a Joseph R. Curtner of Starke announce
Blooming roses, day lilies, punch bowls were at the other end. wide variety. The punch table was r* Frances Stephenson, the engagement and approaching
magnolias and yellow potted (r'san- Mints! and nuts were served from centered with a beautiful arrangement John GordonTo marriage of their daughter, Deborah
themums decorated the wedding crystal compotes. An assortment of of daisies, snapdragons, earn ,
Elaine, to Michael William Meng, son
scene. sandwiches, hors D'ocuvros, salads, tions and foliage. All the tables were Wed FridayMiss of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng of Hamt- f,
Tony Roberts of Raiford served as and relishes also were served. covered with white linen cloths. Frances Lake. ;
' best man. Susan Slaughter cut and served the During the tea hours Hospital Ad- Stephenson of pon
Keystone Heights, daughter of Mr. The wedding is planned for June 18,
Angela Meng and Karen Gilbert cake. Serving Mrs ministrator C.E. (Rip) O'Steen -
punch were Ruth passed
and Mrs. Joseph Hogue of Jacksonville time and place to be announced later I
nieces of the groom, were flower Meng and Mrs. Dorothy Hd>thorne. out embroidered hour emblems to s' 4 and John Gordon of Starke
girls. They wore long white gowns The bride's book was kept by Rita the Auxiliary members. Each recieved a of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Walters, son of
with floral designs. Meng. an emblem depicting the numberof Weeks UDC Has
Baltimore Md., will be united in mar- ,
Mrs. Susan Slaughter of Fruitland Following voluntary hours she had served.
a wedding trip to Busch
riage Friday, 21 at 11:30 ,
May : a m. by
Park attended her sister as matron of Gardens the couple is residing at Providence Mrs. L.C. Early received the highest ,', .... Judge George Pierce in the Bradford Confederate ProgramAn
honor. She wore a street length dress figure with 4000 hours served in a County Courthouse. editorial from the U.D.C.
of blue and white dotted swiss, The bride graduated from period of 12 years.. Mr. O'Steen thanked Mrs. L.( Early Receives The couple plan to live in Keystone magazine entitled "UDC: Challengeor
decorated with a corsage of miniature Gainesville High School and the the women for their loyal and tnno Hour Emblem Heights. Chore?" was read by Mrs. Herbert
pink roses and babies breath. School of Forestry at the Universityof valuable voluntary service given to The bride-elect is presently Thomas at the May meeting of the
The bride wore a two piece white Florida. She is employed in Lake the hospital. employed at McDonalds in Starke.Mr. W T. Weeks chapter, U.D.C on
waltz length dress with mandarin City with the U.S. Forestry Division. Approximately 30 Auxiliary Gordon attends Bradford County Wednesday, May 5 at the Western i
neckline. The ruffled cap sleeves The groom graduated from Brad- members and 50 hospital staff Vo-Tech School. Steer Steakhouse. 'j
were edged with eyelet trim. The ford High School and is employed at members attended between the tea :y. President Mrs. Thomas presidedover

tiered skirt was also trimmed with Hercules, Inc. in Starke. hours 2 and 3:30: p.m. Did You Know. .. ... .. the meeting. Mrs. Lester Crews
reported on the recent trip to Olustee
BIRTHSBrittany Battleground and Museum and Mrs.

Starke Church of God Hosts Cheryl Ekenbarger; Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Seymour of Thomas gave a review of the book
I William Bryan John DeFour wrote on the Con-
Starke, and sons, Hal Seymour of
federate 1864 Battle of Olustee.
Plan July WeddingNancy Sue London Gainesville and Doug Seymour of The author's Army father member of
District Mother-Daughter Banquet Miami was a
were Sunday guests of Mr. and
Company D, 4th Ga. Calvary Regiment .-
J. Ekenbarger of Keystone Mr. and Mrs. A. G. (Sonny) Loudon, Mrs. Marion Harrington at Ormond a dispatch rider for Brig Gen. .
The Starke Woman's Club was th e black pots filled with gold nuggets Heights and Adelbert Ekenbager of 'III of Ponca City, Okla., announce the Beach. Joseph Finegan, the battle's Con-
setting for a district Mother-Daughte and a rainbow over them. Okechobee announce the engagementand birth of a daughter, Brittany Sue, federate commanding officer. f
banquet hosted by the Ladies Auxiliary ![:- All the other tables were decoratedd forthcoming marriage of their born April 27. Maternal grandparents Mrs. Ron Kelly of Tampa and Mr. The hostesses, Mrs. G J.
of the Starke Church of Go, the same. The piano held an arrangement daughter, Cheryl Lee to William Jef- are Mr, and Mrs. George Vogel of Los and Mrs. Buddy Trawick of Lake City McGriff.Sr., Mrs. N.B. Rosier and
with seven other churches participating of mixed spring flowers in pinks frey Bryan, son of Mr. Joseph Bryanof Angeles, Calif. Paternal grandparents and families spent the weekend with Mrs. L.F. Dinkins served a dessert
and orchid, flanked with orchid burn- Melrose. are Mr. and Mrs. A. G, their mother, Mrs. Jack Trawick at course during the social hour.
The theme, "A New Beginningwas ing tapers. The stage was decorateds A July 2 garden wedding has been Loudon, Jr. of Starke. Kmgsley Lake.
carried out in rainbows and potof in a replica of the rainbow with a huge planned at the Bryan home on Lake .
gold. The head table was centere, black pot of gold nuggets at the end of Santa: Fe in Melrose at 7'30 ._..._.... r ----- --- -- ---- ---- -- ------ --

with African violets and bras it. Palms, African violets, Boston fern The bride elect is a 1980 graduate of
candlesticks holding orchid burning, were used throughout the club. Fansd the Keystone Heights High School and
tapers. Each end of the table hel, in the colors of t the rainbow were hungat ios presently employed at the Univer-
points of interest.A sity of Florida. .
humorous fashion show was All friends and relatives of the cou-
Rescue Team presented by the Starke Church,and a ple are invited to attend.
pattern for living by the Westwood

Has Cookout ,,,. Hills Church of -GE>Gainesville( ). Did You Know......... .. IM I
The Bradford County Hospital( I The special speaker was. Annette IJ M
rescue'team' and their famllu'si'had.<,II,.. Warsonlrbm Ocala)"' ,? .. ,li.. "Oou. 7iIt
party'' ''and cookout' 'Saturday: 'iafwr-5'13 A'dnJlcioufa' ham dinner wav'served'' Mr..' and1 Mrs.. W.S: :: '1laa -'were in l l
noon, May 8, at the home of Mrs. and j by the men of the Starke Church to ap- Daytona Beach last Monday to Thurs-
Mrs. Cliff Chapman of Hampton proximately 200 guests. Each mother day where Mr. Haas attended the
Lake. and daughter were presented favorsd : State Veterans Service Officers Con-
The group enjoyed water skiing an riding the three wheel motorcycle, All the proceeds from the banquet Tampa with their daughter and fami-
followed by a cookout went to a mission project in the St. ly, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Trimpey.
The party was to celebrate the Kitts Islands.S .
Rescue Team becoming Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hobbs and

(Advance Cardiac Life Support).Unit I Did You Know. .. .... son of Jacksonville and Mrs. Jimmy
and the installation of the Telemetry Hobbs and family of Crystal River S S
Mr.and Mrs.J.H. DuPre spent Sun- were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.
day with their daughter and family, J.C. Hobbs.
Brenda Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Byron McIntyre at
Kevin Bradley Ponte Vedra Beach. Mrs. R.W. Underhill and grandsons ".'.' = .Aiv. j: ; ;'""" """' :.

Ryan and Robert Mendielta of Indlalantic -
To; 'a'r'ry.Mqy,22: David Jordan of Orlando spentMother's Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Day with his parents, Mr. of
Under Palm Bay and Mr. and
Brendai Jackson'and Kevin Bradley '
and Mrs. Estan_ _Jordan. Mrs. Wil Mendietta of St. Simons
will be united in marriage Saturday
May 22, at 8 p.m. at the home of thebride'elect's Mr. ,. Mrs Rodney Hall of Island were guests during the
and weekend of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Mon- Fortune FederalGet
uncleand aunt,'Mr: andMrs Theressa had ,as Sunday dinner crief.
.. Kenneth*Crawford Hampton' guests Mrr, and Mrs. .Clyde Hall of
Lake with a reception following at the
Theressa, ,Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mrs. Emma Pinner of Atlanta was
Crawford Home. i'AU'friends > <
Davis Qf Gainesville\ Stephen Hall of Monday and Tuesday guests of Mr
and relatives are invited Orlando and Mr", and Mrs. R.O. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas. .
'Ij. '
to attend. '
Dansby of Starke, :;
i j.I j. .
t'to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Moran of :; .
Hospital I ":'l'Auxiliary _, ;,.;..jDenni4.spent the weekend Kingsley Lake and Capt. and Mrs. :' .
with Daughter and family, Mr.
John Myers of former
To 'Have' Installation > "' and Mrs. Bern,Stalzer in Ocala. Kingsley Lake resents, returned ,

The, r 1d County Hospital Aux Friday after a 11 days cruise in the
iliary will have installation of officers Mrs. Ernest Boland Athens Ga. Bahamas. under the
is her mother \Mrs. FloriedSpeer.
and awards given out at their Dutch visiting ,
treat,, dinner-meeting Monday night.' Mrs. Speer was in Alachua Mr. and Mrs. Robert McDonell and
Fortune umbrella free
May 17, at,639; ; p'm. at Western Steer General Hospital over the weekendfor Joseph Sear of Temple Terrace were ,
Steakhouse. tests. Sunday guests of Mr. McDonell's un-
cle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R.P. with Q new checking account.
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Green and family McLendon.Mrs. .
May BreakfastTo of Tallahassee spent the weekend

Be Held May 15 with their mother, Mrs. Lex Green Jim Hardee of Leesburg, (With $300 minimum deposit.) .

and family daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mit-

Starke The annual Woman's May Club Breakfast will be of held the 1 Mrs. Gladys Weldon visited her son the chell University of Starke grduated of Florida May with 1 from .' Trying to get along these days without a <\ I'I balance required with qualified direct

Saturday, May 15,at 11:30 a.m. at the 1 and family, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Master of Education degree. a checking account is like getting caught in :: deposit((3 Insured to S100,000 by the

club house. Weldon in MacClenny on Sunday. the rain without on umbrella. It's more than : I F5LIC 0 J Simplified monthly statement 0 I

Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Cash and family on Inconvenience. Ir's a serious disodvonEasy 1;. accessibility at 30 convenient locations

W.H Thomson. .' Thursday and guests of her Mrs.sister-in-law Joan Chit-, of Orlando were weekend guests of rage that can cost you time and money. : I [121] Personal dependable service backed

ty Mrs. Betty family Hadsock were and Mrs. Mary Sen. and Mrs. Charley Johns. Now you can get a Fortune checking : by 47 years of experience..

Alice Lee of Lakeland. Georgia account with an umbrellaful of benefits. : I For convenience beauty and interest. you

Melissa Rutledge You earn 51/4% interest compounded daily :; I can't bEar: Fortune. So come in our of the

Honored at Tea and you pay no service charges if you ; rain today. Open up a new Fortune check

Miss Melissa Rutledge, June 26 keep a $300 minimum balance. :;'I ing account with a deposit of $000 or

bride-elect, was honored at a tea Me I MelllFormerly Other benefits are: [0] No minimum : more and receive a free umbrella with

Saturday, May 8, at the home of Mrs. 1j our compliments.
John C Greene at Camp Blanding.The '.
dining room table was covered Chinese Garden Rfmtaarant ::
lace Army/Navy cloth and
with a
centered with an arrangement of silk 1900 N. Temple Ave. Starke Over one billion

peach roses, green tiger lilies and dollars In assets.
"The.Place To
foliage flanked with silver Be" FORTUNEr

candelabras holding peachcoloredtapers. 00 friendly

In the. living room was'an arrange- Now Open offices in Florida. FcDcRflLI !

ment of peach silk flowers and fresh ,. :
day lilies. The sun porch had an ar- I and Loan Association
rangement of silk white and yellow Evenings 411112 pm Closed on Monday A Tuesday FREE UMBRELLA OFFER! .

mums Pouring and violets.punch was Miss Gloria Dine with us in a relaxed Oorh mn tondwom.wnbralad.AWowomdltadi.ld. ., ,
rocanvtnwnrcanyingiu Mn umbi'ooxXabto i
and assisting in caring for ..
Strickland M block only Wdm.ntynbMO and golf y
Mrs. Neil Tucker, umtMvfla ovorioM(n lt wd toldc. On*umbra ,
the were Garden .
guests Atmosphere b d By
o p*>acorn No OKOum may" *opn
Mrs. W.B. Mundy Mrs. Gus man, and Kindt cnu wmain on Orama(0160 dart
Out mquk V) otn.ol oflw**o (ortun* Sawliping 1
Donald Thornton
Mrs. .
Kopelousos Mcount nor fxomoncn '
and Mrs. Guy Sale. j Of** good tor a ftmwd cMMdONly fch* cxfeomog* ;
Mrs.Approximately.J.E. Hardy 35 guests from : Choice Steaks Seafood & Pizza': .' nowwKtomppfylotn: No.. Mcgq pt*
Orange Park Jacksonville, Kingsley
Lake, Starke and Gainesville attend-- .. rrsTIME
ed between the hours of 3 and 4:30 .
p.m. Among thQ guests from Del-ind Coming Soon .

was Mrs. Joe Astrauskas groom ,and mother Mrs.oftht' Roxie at the Piano Starke: fF a
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\4 j Betu Sigmu> Phi Chapters rlbdtrtrl Sunday is Homecoming .

Celebrate 51st Founders Day + At First Baptist Church

Three ladies, selected as "Womanof were coordinated by Carol Donahoo,
the Year"for their respective Beta Christie Davie and Connie Best. irt jl'r l Homecoming Sunday at the First First Baptist Church establishedthe
a v K1l Baptist Church in Starke will be Morgan Road Mission in the sum
Sigma Phi chapters, were honored Awards presented recognize r1 t .
I with dinner at the Western Steer members for their work in the sorority celebrated this Sunday with special mer of 1967. Rev. Bob Cooper was
Restaurant Starke Tuesday, April and community.Both services all day long. Dinner on the called as Mission Pastor. In 1972 the
27. Keystone Chapters have ground will be served at 1 p.m. and mission was organized as Morgan I
iI Approximately 40 sorority sisters ported the Ronald McDonald House sup-in everyone is invited. The communityis Road Church and joined in fellowship'with
I k: service invited to participate in Sunday New River Baptist Association.
representing the Xi Kappa Mu and Gainesville this past year as a
School, Church Services and the dinner Today the First Baptist Church of
Pi Psi Chapters of Keystone project. Xi Kappa Mu has played an
The Sunday evening service will Starke is establishing, a mission inl 1
Heights and the Xi Iota Delta of active role in brightening lives of
Starke attended the and those at New Life Acres near include a musical presentation entitl- Hampton. The Victory Baptist Chapelis
celebrated the 51st Founder banquet s Day. Keystone which included bringing k. t 1 yw ed "The Church That God Built WithLove" a new mission of the First Baptist

"Woman of the Year" recipientswere children in the area to the facitiy last Y Church.
Sydney McRae of' the Pi Psi Halloween to distribute candy and This Sunday, the Rev. Lewis D.
Chapter, Marie Wynn of the Xi Iota treats to the elderly residents of the Haines will be preaching at both the The staff of First Baptist Church Includes
Delta Chapter, both of Keystone, and home.They also sponsored the Foster 8:30: a.m. and the 11 a.m. services : Ben P. Bryant, pastor;
Joan Vaughn of the Xi Kappa Mu Grandparent Program by supplying Women of the Year.. Rev. Haines was the pastor at the Douglas M. Sides, Minister of education -
Chapter in Starke. gifts for weekly bingo games. First Baptist Church from 1944- 1960. ; William H. Floyd, minister of
Connie Best, president of the Starke Sydney McRae, Connie Best and Joan Vaughn are Beta Sigma Phi Womenof More than 100 years ago, 14 baptistmen music; and Charles L. Register,
chapter the Year. and women organized the First minister of youth.
was pinned as "Girl of the Ministerial Alliance
Year." Baptist Church of Starke. In 1877
Two pledges, Ella Cooney and Meeting May 14 Judge Robert Keith, a retired Baptist Charles (Chuck) Register grew up
minister, served as pastor of the newly : here in Starke. Chuck along with.
Chicki I Conti also awarded
"Pledge of, were the Year." pinsas The Bradford County Ministerial Arthur Lee III Is New MinisterAt organized church. Services were Gary Bement, Robbie Best, Gayle ,
Numerous other awards Association will meet on Friday, May held in the public school and later in Hatcher Weaver, Charlie Green, :
were 14, at 12 noon at the Western Steer. Red Hall. Green, and Ermie
the Men's Taylor
Kathy n.
presented to sisters their
by respective St.Marks ChurchThe
All ministers are invited. There will
Clark and Jefferson of the recent
Property at Jones are some .
Officer and '
attendance awards well perfect be a time for fellowship and a special Streets was given to the church by members of the church who were call ,
as as gold program.The celebration of a new minister Miranda, who will soon be 3 into the full ..
stars to those and daughter James D. Jones and wife, Ally Jones. ed out of First Baptist .,.
to those chairing various committees pledges Ministerial Association helps to will bo held this Sunday, May 16, at 3 years old. The first church building for the First time gospel ministry.
coordinate activities between churches p.m. at St. Marks Church. A reception will follow the celebration Baptist Church in Starke was com-
were also presented. of Bradford County, provide Rev. Arthur R. Lee III will be installed service. The community Is in- pleted in 1884. First Baptist Church is growing today <<>
of Tables were decorated with vases emergency relief to those; in need and as rector of St. Marks by the vited. Additional information will be Early fall of 1948, plans were drawn With the Visitation Program,the :{$1
flower.yellow roses the sorority's named sponsor programs to assist all chur- Rt. Rev. Frank S. Cerveny, Bishop of provided by calling the church office for a new church plant. A new 600-seat( Christians witnessing to the lost, and ':
Tina Bullock ches in the area and their ministry to the Diocese of Florida. Canon Arthur Friday morning or Sr. Warden, Peg auditorium, an L-shaped 2 story the pastor preaching the Word of God, _,
member of the Xi
Kappa Mu, related the community. For any additional In- Spruill, Father Fred Yerkes and Stanwix-Hay, evenings and Saturday. educational building with offices, kitchen 'our Baptismal waters are stirred con- "..
an original the
sum formation, call Rev. Gillis of Madison with people following
in Father Frank Daley will participate' recreation-dining room, and a 3 stantly "
verse form of the
mary chapter'sactivities
during the past Street Baptist Church at 9647557. in the celebration. story educational building were teachings of Jesus.
Members year. Reverend Lee was selected by the' Abuse finished in the early 1950's.In .
recited the
Founder's Day Drug From 1877-1982, from an humble, t'
Pledge led by Carol Donahoo. Christy Gospel SingAt vestry at St. Marks on March 22. He 1957 a group of First Baptist people modest beginning our Good Shepherd )
Film at New BethelA
has been Assistant Minister at St. Andrews the Madison Street
Davie read a from the Inter Olustee organized :
message BaptistThere has led His flock all the way. "We .
in Tampa for the past 5Yt'ars.Prior Church. Services held in
national Headquarters which was film on drug abuse, 11:59 Last Baptist think of the past with appreciation,
followed by the introduction of will be a go&pelsing May 22, to this, he was a student at Ox- Minute to Choose" will be shown May the Starke Elementary School thanksgiving and praise; we face the "
at 7:30: at the Olustee ford University in England where he Cafetorium until was -
pledges.The p.m. Baptist 14;at 6 p.m. at the New Bethel Baptist property pur- future with hope that we may grow in
Church in Olustee earned the degree equivalent to chased and auditorium and Sun- ; '
the our
evening closed with all featuring Sing- Church, corner of Florida and Keller an His grace which is sufficient for all
repeating the closing ritual. Some ing Silcox family from Middleburg.Ever'one American doctorate and married his Streets. day School classrooms were constructed our needs," says Rev. Ben Bryant.
guests lingered to look at scrapbboks welcome. wife, Rosemary. They have a .
: and posed for pictures for future
Founder's Day is a traditional
event planned each year in April for ,
all Beta Sigma Phi members around
the world. The local events this year ATE

Did You Know........... : FINi') : \ SAVF NOW

LCDR Barry Firth and his flight
crew have returned to their base in
Rota, Spain after three weeks missionat
Jacksonville NAS. Firth was .

visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.

R.E. Firth in Starke at intervals during -"--. wy. wy--
that time. .

An "After the Prom" breakfast r. .'

took place at the home of Mr. and SILKIENCE .. i .. "
Mrs. Jay T. Carver, on Sunday morning FACIAL CREAM -- -> I

May 9. A continental menu was I or LOTION I I N",, I .
served buffet style with decoration "1 99 a
colors of red, and blue carried out as YOUR I ''
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the color scheme. It was the perfect 11- 2-oz. 3oz. "' S e : 'f'I:
cream or -
ending of a perfect night. '
lotion. Limit' 1 0I! rr.i\
I. ,
Attending the annual Gateway Girl ; b'
Scout council friendship dinner April i( p ," "i-
29 at Turkey Creek Gold and Racket .COVER GIRLMAKEUP &frr ''II'rl '. ) Si! tL. : -z: : ,
Club in Gainesville were Mrs.: Levy MATES -. -- '
Lennon, Mrs. John Sutton, Mrs. R.S. 439 C09 J --,- = :.. ;.
Mullins, Mrs. E.G. Walker and Mr. II ; 1' ,

and Mrs. A.J. Eaves. I Assorted make-up -- I .i 0"

Mrs. Arlin McKnight was in brushes & appli SILKIENCE
Tallahassee last and cators. Limit 2 ... !
Tuesday 1 -- 150FT : '
Wednesday visiting friends. & DRI I SHAMPOO or

Mrs. Phyllis Carver, and daughter .
Vickie were lunch guests of the Fer- 49 p ROLL OF 12. a
nandina Beach Rayonier Timber 1 189 /2 9 3J69
Sale. Sale'
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Company, on Monday, May 10. The I Sale 79 CI: I Sile Priced .......... ,YOUR CHOICE ....... Priced ....", Priced .
day included a personal tour of the '
town of Fernandina, and a special i: Trial Priced Regular or Baby Fresh. Limit 1 Choice of Regular or Extra-Body. Stainless steel double edge Relieves upset stomar i$. Limit 1 .pen
f- Limit 1 blades. Limit 1 '55
luncheon at "The Surf" Limit .
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Mr and Mrs. A.S. Harrison spent .
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. MAX FACTOR or LONG'-HANDL \
: 50' SOAKER'
Mrs. H.M. Richarde visited her SHORTS TORCH 11103 TOOLS -y AU S
daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. 20OFFREGULAR \ / Reg. 3.29 Regular S.99 Regular 9.99 Regular 2.S9 ,, A 0 2

Lyle Buck in East Palatka over the PRICE a I YOUR CHOICE I 4 99 5" I YOUR CHOICE" s : JJ ')
weekend.Mr. Assorted fashion I 049 UC ugeA
II Limit J .1"I 00. r ....
shades. 1 % aluminum 3 tube .
and Mrs. Frank Mitchell and _.__ 1-qt. vinyl for
Mrs. Ellen Mitchell of Starke and Easy care fabric head. 6' steel deep water Rake; hoe or'r' e S
II .1 Assorted colors poles & snuffer. penetration.. shovel. MetaLhea'd,
Mrs. Debbie Coty of Tampa spent the E1
weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jim BAIN De SOLEIL & sizes. II wooden I handles. ">J loon: S:

Hardee in Leesburg.Dr. ORANGE GEL .. aa" ...? J9gniHI
2u-oz. 1m "OB
and Mrs. D.W. Whiffen were in Priced Sale .... 5/a" x 50' HOS.NOZZLE .
Hollywood April 25 to May 1, attending SIIIfII 1240c -
Helps get a deep I GARDENHOSE
the Florida Optometric conven- dark tan. Limit I 1 BEACH MELNOR PULSATING
lectures and seminars.Mr. .
TOWEL #1803 l.3l.YI. -r
R.qular4.19 ." ,.99 Regular 12.99
r T.r 17.99
and Mrs. Bill Godwin of 1 .,
Chagrin Falls, Ohio and Mrs. Edna 379 ,,1It" /" "811. 3.99 ...1" 999',,'RIN".H ,wr t.s_.. 12 99 a..a..

Hill and daughter, Kathleen of ISOPROPYLALCOHOL A I '. 10"Reg. 4.95 ,.2" .f) ,"
Upland, Calif are visiting their Assorted novelty j .. 3" Nylon tirecordreinforced. 88' diameter circle. .
mother, Mrs. Bertha Pearce this 1--- prints. Limit 1 12"Rap./.9s !. s01PINT .

week.staying While at Kingsley here the Lake.Godwin are Priced 37* 1 I 14" .... '.P' ., 4" .;:., (Adjustable for distance.deflector top".A

Mr. and Mrs. Michael White of Atlanta Limit 1
spent the weekend with his parents, ;
Mr. and Mrs. Olin White. \r

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Howe, Jr., II -... PRESSUREWASHER N
of St. Augustine were Sunday visitorsof WHEATAVIMS ETAGERE I II I .
Mr. and Mrs. Howe, Sr. BOTTLE MENS & ;-:. 11100
OF 90 399 '' A.g. 3999.I Rag 1199 ,
Mrs. Charles Parker and daughter, Reg.I.21. LADIES'TATAMIS !_R 41." 13.95 .... .::;:>:; "n&)
Annette of Miami spent the weekend II Vitaminmineralsupplement. II Display your fav Cleans cars win W .I a 31

with her sisters, Mrs. Carolyn Sale Priced pia onto collectibles. dows, boats easily. J -0'

Redgrave and Mrs. Edna Wells. They 1 w 29 a '!'fA.9nE'
visited Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Hutto in I M :
Jacksonville on Saturday.Mr. Iw II Woven insoles :;1':::o.. '. 3-SHELF WOOD-TONE FOAM SEATCUSHION ,,1'

and Mrs. Mac Baldwin visited NATURAL VEGETABLE & cloth V. BOOKCASE' fl ZEBCO 640. COMBO
41 her mother, Mrs. Nell Pipkin in LAXATIVE POWDER straps.. .
Bonifay over.the weekend. 14-OZ. 49 ,I "-! 21.Reg" 24" ir* 9.R.5p688 Regular 31."a 23 I -'DI}I

Sherrod Hamilton visited relativesin Reg. 3.49Choice ..L. .s= ....'1 Simulated hickory 5 ''Cool/comfortable. Save 8.00 ,.. ...... ?.
Winder Ga. over the weekend. Her or Orange.of Regular Limit 1 t. -'" finish.! Assorted colors. 2-piece ceramic guided spin rod. ee

was accompanied by J.D. Doyle who
visited Mr. and Mrs. John R. Robb In II'AJYI ,.
Doraville, Ga. ,, : ; < : : rr'r' rr" ; >N 'r'r'r'; : "tB

You're going to like You're Going to Like Eckerd's Famous Photo, Offer! : IIIIwtco
Mrs. W.H. Thomson and Mrs. J.M. _
Blackshear attended the FFWC 87th aw tmH .., CM an a,tra tat of pnnta wAn
every roll ol color\ or black. < ..
annual convention In Hollywood Sun- ndNDEVIRYOAY
Pharmac pal and printed T OOA
day to Wednesday of Last week. our Twice Ine PWm _.Get two rolls of punt. film.' I lor the
price of one Kodacotor or black and white whan you
Mr. and 'Mrs.'' Herbert Thomas EekerdPharmsei9tearehighly-trainedprokeeeional9.who ace going to nave your film procatwd,Eckerd TODAY AND
4 celebrated their 47th wedding anniversary make sure you are completely satlatled.Th.ytake' continuing education EVERYDAY .. ,
with a family dinner last courses maintain. an up-to-date knowledge of develop menu in A'I want IMce :naade-evan OuworrtM il, the Buy goof only wat the.in the pnnta picluietaking you
$ Wednesday evening at the home of drugs.They always try to save you money by offering Senior Citizen discounts '. .
Mr. and Mrs. T.A. Roundtree in and generic. drugs whenever possible.They will also save you I .'
Gainesville. time by constantly checking stock' to keep the drugs you need on hand) l'


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By Dolores ho I silver punch bowl. We wish him a hix-edy 1 recovery. ...(ir s ; r a
Aleng<< *
Hostesses for this occasion wereMrs. Birthdays ; ;;
I'houe' IliMliM.TContjrutulalloM.s; Beverly Smith and Mrs. Uer- Among those celebrating May birthdays YI
rude I Vaughn. are Julie Dorminey May 1.
(1II1I1I.lt'll4' Christopher Van Sytkey: May 3,
Mrs. Wilmajoan Terry has boon Sympathy is extended: to (he family Tammy Peoples May., Allison Ar-
elected First vice President of I hI' and friends of John C. Davis who died cheyMay 10,JoannieHodtfe-: I : 10
Keystone Heights Melrose Unit! 202 April 15. Burial was in Inlerlachen.iralUu and Linda Fisher May 12.
of the American Legion ( li>
Auxiliary. In- !Mitlhor'M Day Visitors
stallalion is scheduled to take place Mrs. Mary Birt, a former Hampton Among those: enjoying Mother's
on June 17. resident, and the family of Mrs. Inez: good cooking Sunday were: at the
Mrs. Terry has also boon elected a Davis who died recently wish to home of Louise and Bud Mattheus -
Delegate to the Department Convention thank everyone for their kindness in ''their son, Glenn Mattheus of
to be held from June 10 thru 13 in sending food, flowers and for their Folkston Ga., (heir daughter and
Orlando, Florida. prayers. She: is survived: by sons, family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Langfordand
Bridal Shower Walter: Davis of Cordelia, Ga., and Randy,of Fernandina Beach, and
Peggy Crawford whose marriage to John O.: Davis who died April 15. Also their granddaughter and husband,
Carl Oliver is to take place on May 22 surviving is her sister, Mrs Eugene: Pam and Scott Wilson of Waldo.
in Gainesville was honored at a bridal Birt nd family. Michael Meng of Palatka and his
shower held Wednesday night May 5 Mrs. Mary Birl's address is 1221 fiancee, Debbie Curtner of Tampa, T1 ,
In the City lIall. Melody Lane, Srbring, Florida. visited! his parents Mr.and Mrs. Paul
The refreshment table was covered (Phone. 813-385-1188)), Meng, and other relatives Sunday. _
with a lace cloth and held two hospitalized Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng, Mr.

decorated cakes, lighted candles, and Mr. Lynn Hall was admitted to and Mrs Lawrence Meng, David 1 '$4t f[. Yee 1JAiltTkt
fresh flowers. Punch was served: from Alacua General Hospital on Saturday Meng, Tina and Carrie, Eugene and -

... ........ -----.poin----....,,..--_.-._.-...-...-._--- --- Angela Meng, joined Madonna ,
Gilbert and Karen Sunday Atlantic M t 1h
The Beach: where they enjoyed dinner at
Image Maker the home of Mr and Mrs. Will Wright.lfnusuall.akt'txpt'rll'I1Cl' h ., ,
lo I 1
Family Hairstyling Salon y ." 4

Welcomes !Mrs.Wilinu 'lark accompanied her
son, Tom 'lark, for a Fishing/ trip on j
Hampton Lake last Saturday. The \.
Vickie Kirchaine mo'hlobjl'ct/ they first thought J

might be alligator turned out to bea __ ___
rattlesnake. After breaking the boat I
Back to Starke paddle trying lo end its life,they finally
I'K A, succeeded by circling the 1I1't'alIh SE Straight-A's, Grades 3-4-5...
Specializes In: the motor propellerilnia says Its

Haircuts Hairstyling Permanents the first time site saw a rattlesnake fifth maUt'Iotl'l1lght.'s Blol11ulll'a Karen Hodge.-
:.Nineteen students in third through grades Srh Ibul, Shauna 8iantley
Vickie Welcomes swim! for the fourth six-weeks grading period. and Alan Porter.
Back all Her Fish Fry They are: Back rowSiiitl! Duncan JUMMI Crawford. HUll
'Customers With A Joining Mr. and Mrs. E.W Hodgesfor Front (l-r): Danielle Smith. lIgt'1ichul'i: HcnaAkers /.ill-Hull, Jennifer For>lh, Gayle Douglas, 1ii"1I1I01": I
i a fresh fish fry at their home Ilenee lleuelt.Center man. Adrian Kuhn and :Marcie Brown.
15% Discounton Saturday were Mrs. E,W. Hodges and Chrislnffer Ferris, Shanae Blum. :Soy
Veleita: Lovelace of Brooker, Ralph,
Perms Cuts Blow Dries Kim and Renae Morgan of Slarke:,
Mark and Tonya Hodges, and Randy "Anyone who conducts an argument by appealing to l(
1209 N. Temple Starke 964-7100 J and Aimee Hodges.: authority it not using his intelligence; he is just using his

I:rlClal19t9..sso m.lmau, .lgNlullaruw' .la.IIN/tlltsa.aN. .IIIIIII..11..11 memory," Leonardo Da Vinci Sunday Afternoon

Musical PresentedIn


lt The Riverland J Music Club;', ,I
UR member of the Nal iunaIJo''dI'alion of
Music Clubs, and the National

MAyIj tend Federation annual of Music"Sunday! Clubs, held Afternoon its se

!Musicale" May 2nd al Brookor" Bat
I list i 1 Church.
Tommy Cox opened the I program
with welcome and uiinnunccinenl or

/ Mayor's & Governor's proclamation
JId'j UbM''vinglay! 2 9 us National !Slush
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% Junior Counselors Mrs VcraClyatl.
I !Mrs. Anita ('outluyuutn. Mrs

Cr\.4RACrT5: )ctRAFfT.5 f ruummu"" .., 'W"lwll"" I ASSORTED K' 'I Nell Ramsey Mann, announced, and their Mrs. piann Klouisc and l

''''- /' WIRL-A-GIGS ., I vocal students who dcmonsnatedIheirtalent
,,". 3089 and accomplishments!
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in the iculiuric
1 z f I Priced .fmWindmill II
\ : I as follows:
. -, I 1. :! (,. .fl .W. B. McKmney ViolinJosli
()It..F .f ;:pCed. Pa'v. 1 Weathervane, II Crawford r' m M&["avid. Sara J//
'. M)* ...yw I I I + f 'i. -- II,o/ o.Donkey. "f T Crews. CmmJ('.,GU>Jill")1\ (' I'urrish '
, ? Joanna Andrews, fiiiinaMcDavid
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\ rI'O lall Cavaceppi, Tiffany Rm-buck. Kevin//
Iw Starling/!, l..oree Lennon' Joy ('a ulI.
J 1.!' r
t: n -...! FOURGONE : Suzanne Sapp, Deena Cox. Nallly,
I -I I 7.5-0Z. 4 9 O'Guiiui, Silvio C?iviic-ppi', handy
j "'II III'ulllaq'''''"ilolllvll'' '' ,''i ,n'' --- = w. .2 Starling Piann Solos
1 .. ...
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I) l -Milchi-l Uainey, Drew Andrews
, Kills' 17 kinds ofexposed : : .
I bugs I
FRITOS -Mrs Vera ('IuI I Organ! Solo
SHOWER MATE or PALMOLIVEDISH -Mrs. Nell Mann, Mrs.\ FJouisc

RID ABUG Mrs. Anita Count r>man Accordian
;9 09 FIRE ANT l'C Solo
?o.1S 9 0 BAG .1 Regular 1,99 .149 99 KILLER Following the program
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:l.a.. ....,. 1.59 ,,..... .. Sele PricedAssorted .,.,...... YOUR CHOICE .... 84-02. QggtoN Church refreshments Fellowship were Hall.served The refreshmelll in the h

{ ;:c hoica of assorted candles. J Serve with soup, sandwich or colors. Hangs on shower Popular dishwashing liquid deter 4.99 Reg. ... V r I tables were covered with green
favorite beverage. Limit 2 gents. Limit 2 Kills colony by ..r and while floral print cloths. Fresh!

/ / drenching mound. flower arrangements/! highlighted 1 h\
daioiond/ greenery('\'(' used
throughout the hall. Punch and daisy
., POLAROID HARTZ 2-IN-1 PLUS decorated cakes were served! I b;>
2 ;, TIME-ZERO REFLECTING members of the Riverland Music
*LC-SS -
Regu ; b. Reg, 13.99 ,,--sm PORTABLE I_ wrtNV.wAL c, COLLARO99
RADIO } N.etreorreN St. Edward's Parishioners
a.1.99 ..... nUliiillli
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99 m If.v
,9 eeee OPTV79R : I .0 uu rNlce .. .,92LIM Ave. Attend ConventionThe
2 9 ..,\\ .' .. :::::: .9. 2s.Y9 mmmh @ WAIL-IK.:.:ATI.-4 AOO J Keep your pet ,, """
''8Ye41 r 99 :: 0 III free of fleas. 52nd Annual Convention of theSt.
Sq rt., % & 3 1 9 ?.HAL
cook "vels. memory keys. f;;. 2 299 Augustine Diocesan! Council of
held the
HingetWd haswoodenhandles. HATI .. Catholic Women was at
With batteries
Receives AM/FM, 24-hr, weather 31.11 Never needs batteries. IIIWA 12" OUTDOOR 20\ II Ponce DC Leon Lodge in Si. August 1 ine
& TV 213. With super color film. THERMOMETER 0 \1l60 on May 2. 3, and 4.

.; 80 The Convention opt'n'dith Massat
699---:: --
nt,. ... BAG "IFILLI 9.99 .... .:. "- the Cathedral of St. Augustine and
....r. "og. UI t.99 KODAK 0 Easy to readnumerals. ;. --. .. OO II was concelebrated by Bishop! John J.,
REDWOOD DAZEY EKTRA 1 e9 E9 E9 \ Use Snyder and parish priests.
BRAZIER,. PATIO 110 POCKET Kod -- on patio. -60 r Msgr. Harold F. Jordan, V.F.
B-B-Q GRILL TABLE SEAL-A-MEAL CAMERA I 'a.I III1 120III Cathedral of St. Augustine! :, and a
W'TH8..C'ALIO"AT80.PIS''_ former St. Edward's pastor, gave an
9.99 Reg. 7.99 15.99 24.99
RMjuUr Regular : Regular
For boil-In bag /: l- MEMOREX address at the opening business! !ses
59918INCH '\ \ 19" -i I lion
ieieoilence 60-MINUTE
t :) 1041 lrI Mrs. Ruth Ann Fowler, of Tampa
.....11. BLANK TAPER
Adjustable grid. California redwood 1.IMMFHMAItIN -. to t ; With drop-in 110 g. 4.99 who has a background us a teacher
'slats. Aluminum \ J... cartridge film & III and consultant in home economics
Folding tripod : P
legs frame. AT8SW flipflash, wru PMOCCSC /399 and leadership, was the !special guest
NIIATe T.i FILM men_ % !speaker in the opening session.
Low-noise tapesfor Father Cletus Watson, scripture:
recording.BUY I I scholar from Gainesville! Holy Faith
parish, spoke on the Convention!
2 CHAIRS theme, "Share the Work", besides an
a 1 CHAISS AiY -.4. iIi:* -. II EVEREADY enlightening address: on Sacred scrip

GOTT jE\\ (; .", 39". ; l I R I FLASHLIGHT I tures.The Tuesday outdoor Mass! was
.99 held at the Prince of Peace Church at
ICE CHEST F. 1.49 .. the historical site of the Mission Nom-
1 pup T. 3695 ;J ,:r3:'.>;'J II Batteries not 11I1I bre DcDios. This Mass! was Concelebrated -
...5 "'" pr' r included. by the Diocesan
2 refreezable bottles LIGHT ICHOOLHoun lilT .i l.x f/"D Moderator, Rev. Michael J. Larkin
& food tray. ALUMINUM 14,19 / and Deanery Moderators
III Dr. James J. Cerda. Professor: and j
LAWN FURNITURE AIR KING EVEREADY"D" Associate Chairman at the U of F in
CNAIR' CNAI99 GALAXY 20-INCH GENERAL PURPOSE Gainesville, addressed the Tuesday
"p' 4.8' Rag. 91'99 nAl1e session on "Nutritional Quackery"
ICE CHEST KS16J/S184 WIND MACHINE Mrs. James J. Cerda, Diocesan
_T; 1199 1999 R8g,11U. 9999 Q 9 President, presided at all sessions of
,:.1-. 2999 Sue 20.00Scrolltrimmed..... Reg.32.99 .26 I /129 rm the Convention as well as the closing! l
w.hite 6.00 .. ... .- Banquet Bishop! Snyder gave the
Drain\ plug tray Weather-resistant webbing on or brown Save t For radios, flashlights :. : '.
&Candles.: aluminum frame. Post front legs blades. Light kit extra. Provides concentrated air control & more. closing message and installed: officersat
the Banquet.
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OPEN DAILY 9 to 9, SUNDAY 10 to 7.. Mrs. Anne Samons, past president: of

Sale Prices good thru Sat. May 15th the Gainesville Deanery, Mrs. An-
toinette Coss, Mrs. Claire Brunei. 1
WE RESERVE THE.RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. Bradford. Sq. Shopping. Center ._ Mrs. Lester Humphries and Mrs.
Cecelia Richards. Rev Father Ed-
831 S. Walnut: Street Starke ; ward Rooney, pastor, attended the

Charge Itl) closing Banquet. Attending the opening -
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Potatoes .. Broccoli . .
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Vegetables 38' Sodas ( PRIDE) Maine House 5"

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State of Florida, tax sale certificates will be sold on the following .. 0' IO.L'Cl" .zii..-'.4..34.;-...--..----....... .133....-18..---..6.73........-...-.-'---.

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BHS Girls Take 3rd in Region Meet ;. 5 School Records FallSpurred


on by the flying feet of loin with a third place and senior Herbert lie for 11th place with other sophomore delivered ,.
points 17-9'4 Mathis
grader; Pam Hawkins the Lady Tornadoes Hawkins a jump. Angela improved/ by alniost a
of Bradford a member of that sprint toming: from Ron Davis (Mn in the After running lot) and 220 heats the foot lo 17.1010 take away the win
High placed thirdn crew will be going m the :.120 as well 4JO) the mile) winded I4r
|. a field of 27 schools last relay team (l ne.Jcini Hawkins didn't better her cffoita No matter, Hawkins went on to
cekcnd's Region II tack at& 1 The foursome of Hawkins, Eric bane, '>. Davis and Hawkins, placed in the long jump finals but her dash past her adversaries in the KM\ ),
Antonio Jones and, anchor man Don filh- and Hanks in the 100 ((6lh) Jones 17 Rey" stood up until Vanguard's 220 and 440 '+F
hampionships. And BIIS qualified 2 me Banks! smashed the standing LUIS clocked a !startling! ( 7 second 01"0 leg!<
girls and 4 boys on to the slate AAA school record half second with .
by a a on the mile relay and Haw kins clicked 1u '_ .
championship meet set Friday, May. 43 II time that was good for thu d. off a 51.1 !split ., ItE:( lON II CIIAMI'IOVMIII'S: : ;:
14, in Winter Park. Hawkins ran 22 6 in the 220 to lake -, *1
The girls gave plenty of assistance (at Urllokn iIIt'-lI4'rnalUlo) .'
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Hawkins won the 100, 220, and 440 fourth missing third by' a hair lo Hawkins, with the BUS team scoring ." '

ard runs, and was second in the long The Tornado bo\s had 12 points to 118 of the 15 events Besides ,iWll T.om ,, .. ,, ', ."..."...-
missing that tille landing lop )IO II I.UIM11VIO' | | by T. leotmt Top lOi )I' 1.1" Ouk Suw I ,,tIS .. -- "
lump{ by only % ofan SI1I1II place in the *8t> she anchored BwrihiilHi< rH, 2) orliinclii JUIMW (OJi 50, 3iKltAlHiKt I ) 44,2l (iainn", .vHlt' nut"hall' 'I.IIIJS> Ji ;iViilhMarlon ''''.''' 'fi"'
inch to rack up 2ft points by BraJloid to 61 h in the 440 relay and iHIISi.14, 4i. Nurlh Mllrilllll1\II'( 28. INMi 32. 4i Ta"11| (allmlii., I'TC'I) 31 ,2 ...... :"' ,;1"""
her!>elf. 31) (:ry.ulillwr, I K'K) mind I.,ink,('II) Pawn: 2(1( 71 1I"kbvllll'II'rnllnd"" I llllli. :!'I'., 61' Oiulu Fount. "
"11's Incredible for from way out of the running to bth in n \dnKuurd' I 111IR> o lurimn Nprum ITSI (IIWI 126,7)Sonia t v (SFI I and OHimdn Junii' i<).I,
a sophomore
the mile relay 17.''91 TainpiKulliulii" mid. Sl. (loud 14 21, 91 daiiu-svillr. high' (lOHSl IH nil OviiKtii Klv i
girl to" almost win 4 events at And junior Francine Long added a Gl.lt Wl" la,,...and Ala pl.,... 17 141. UKAL,HIU.and SI Inuil (i8("i 12A.p .I.' '
legion, bubbled a happy Coach OUlui. I li L-<'lmtlllll" l('Kl 1.14 U'j, Shot Put, II i
fifth the 330 low hurdles ....
in Irfing) running l> >, l'It'4' WI" and tut Ploctr.Qmrj .
Seorge Lcptr Hawkins' fmii '" Nigh' Jump "II"wl'lI'1I' ;
over perfor the event for only I the third time !-:*' "long Ju...1'| I M.ill.l, '1\ 10 2 PAMIIAMMNSiUllal : I I aura /*pll')'11,,ill*' It. seal Pu ,
She n "
nance school records in had decimated the old school record : I 19'4 1 J Anmlliinu JJ I 01,._ Jump' I hull Mil .
he 41051.2)( ( and lung! jump ((17.9'4' ) 4r 110 I.,. Hu.dl.i H. ,i-ll i IGO 149 '\ffanx I 0-I l.nr Jump FllllWlHld ''S("I 21 II ..
I of .
50 blJnwIilh the'p1
8 47.4 time
'and if there had been a !Most Valuable i : a in ( (;iHIb i .I,I .I HITS IIK" ,.,I. ,''h. Ih 1 ,III; lilpi.' Jump AkrnlKI" HIS 41 irl chosen from ehrnuidi! les bul'slipped back to 4.111! |"I ell")||W> 100 Vod Oo.n, riFAAUIAWKINSlHIISi114ll I I 1II".IhUUH lilt ,l8 UO High "...11.* I I'' '. odd.
Friday's meet the in the finals! and was out-leaned at the .11.'hIl10.| Mit.I,,. I'Slllll'un' (ISi 3.1 159 I U'''' iolU'. 146 1M hId Daih I Kl<'Ills IOJ 97 lid" kills Stilts
ophomore speedster would have '. I KP WllliunmlM MO..,., I n'
finish line narrowly missing the 4th 040 .Ia, I Vlrluililo Jinilk 4W3 8. URAl FoRt Mu. A
jhccn right there with Buchholz senior IIXMIK. K Kimlllra, KiH>wi'II, Sinilh" ri I 'rl.lllilli' Jimm 428 31 DUAL ) I lllawkilibUinu "' 15ig Day...
Meredith Howell who also won 3 in- qualiling spot to slate; M0y.,dlun' I DHAMIIAAhlNS I UhS) r 0114'Ml KMhlHil I Jimck.. H.iiiku, 4.1 8(IICW nihixil n-riiid, tutV.rd hll> sophomore Pam Hawkins
Caiding!< a school record ,without. n- lii UO low liiiidl.l 1 Howell OB4B 0..h I.. "I'jirki-r 'VI-; 4U4 Bl KON I'AMSHHM etuiili \-
tividual events to lead her team to the V! I lu i it<,,K jump effort as far as
pla .it.tt was! senior T>ffany Griffii "It\'III T'IN" ""1' 49 8 "nPJ'IIpI .
\earn title The Hohcau tallied 58 who a ltd lie '>\th HHS! marK of the ,n, '"-ll'l 'I t .*' rH 1' I IM* Yard tun 13V ,nl..-,".Hl.. .Mu.,<1l... I------. d' ,>9.4 Milttrt. Lujs, ililt (the Itrgioii II meet at
[points toed -' Oilandf' Jones (50);; ,3 "* I Ic: r,r. s 'I/ tFTt1.slii'rtl. Ian "v, H 14/h"1| VI '" 4 MII." Ill"okdi> \"' last 'rtkeud
Bradford dol114". a 16.1 tithe in the 110 low ,FtlfeMil. Midf. ...., Su. '" 'I "0. t
with scoring 34. North hurdles pi<'Inns. That tied a mark ". M.dl'.y l.,0) I' Dill ihl i 4 :t220: ,.... 2? 4< HUdiHHl I HAWKINS. HIIL.uNNIK -> il.ittkinua" >t. "ml in tin* e\ent,
anon 26, and Crystal River and ltta hl>ht'd by Dawn Cernyei last Oo.h I PAM I HAWKINS HIISI X:, Y '214 : BANKS I llHS 214 and woo lie Hill iM. and Mil She nowKWIIH
ade City Pasco 20. ,,,Mil' Mil. Run I 'O' TSI' ::11 I I. Mil. 2 Mil. Hot 1))) Hi'llthirh ,Sill' ,14 Mil. b'1)! ( hilni.,1 u .,,iiK. in all I or thosee
Hawkins will be joined at state by ear ..!.,. t HI+.1F: 'R[., Sa1"1'\ >! 6 1111'IU 'iitti |ilu"> Hie mile relay and 110
The o' e' all team performance pro Mlt'l, "ll.lfl III til. Si ItS, Jn' Hax.kl L'
enior Louettc Smith, who dippedjnder '- -
.riptfd I.ol.'r{ to smile in anticipationof -
230; in the half mile for the first
Happy IU'lie\ed... next season even before !seeing
'ime to place third in 2.23: Louette ...and Stale-Hound: Salurday's slate meet. 'Coach /y ,

ioms an elite group of runners to compete I ady Tornado senior l.nuette (Buddy) Revels and I are already excited -
at state 4 straight years as she Smith, "
right waswrri'l! about runn- about next ;year, he said
placed in the class AAA 440 as a ing the N8D at last week's Region inert Others who qualified and competedfor ,
rcshman ((6th place), sophomore but after iir'i
finishing 3rd to qualify for Bradford in the Region meet ;
!3rd), and junior (4th) before making her llh straight slate meet she and were: Alcsia Sheffield, Richard Warren ,

ne move up to the 880 this season. Ony coal h Buddy, Kcvrlv I"ftH'I'e both Barry Warren, Karen Kimutis

the top 4 in each event at Region all smiles. Michelle Stilwcll, Linda DeWitt, and b' '

qualify for state Smith moved up to the HNU this year Pam BoswellNuteg,
Also, the boys 440 relay team shat after going to slate and placing 3

ered the srhool record and Qualified straight times in the 410.10719S9 ................. 9f

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KEYSTONE NCKECEYtLREOf PC BOX '2JC40 Suwannee High of Live o..kon
tOfI, the boys team title of Region II,
IJ96.18 .1.9 finishing up I the long day (and night)
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also wins from
R H 6 0 HC' "57e 5 UfLCN GLVC Bulldogs! got Reggie
COM At INI OF S LIKE POlNTVlE. RP WITH fly nl6 bY Tip KIK Ford In the 22U andKenny. Paul
SIT CN ELY R/M 456.61 E 1419.6'5 6I. 11' E 1C LAKE. NEt' Williams in the mile run.
Z02.4S KLY I ""1CN 5 Fill NO TO S tf* As a district our Inral District
Of POINT 1YIENRROpPLLYTEEA 110 TO pas 5 AAA did itself proud HiubhoU's

EX OK PAFCS 101-331 OESC 20000 OR 5-8-72 139-690.\ APPRO 141-57'" i IL5NPIACESOEOt.Ai girls won with Bradford third, and ill

IZI. ] .84 / 116.E Hf .. .86. the boys race Suwannee reversed t the
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ASSMT OF LANES IN GENEVA KOOCS IK AREA S000 pit for preliminaries 1B2Uon .. "--' d'A
66.11.100. .! her first effort. Coaches George
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109SIOA--25- -66003"A'00001 COBi01.09 0000 Loper and Buddy Revels were all "

CUUrtUAT JACK W ft At PO 8n I 2ltO smiles, knowing that was her best Kradfurd llonnie Hanks, Antonio tones. Kiiclane, I'lie unit I lit ked nfl a 1.1 Ii ,,..'ulld l lap at lirooksMllellrrnando / -
ASSHl OF LANCS IN GEKEVA JlOCCS 1" AReA S JR 0 ever first attempt She popped a and lleibfil, lIa"kills (from left to right '.lrbraiemoments to shave a hall seioml off 'the old sehm l

........llJ.,4....-.- .. .. .-..19.11.....-...-.116.66...-.... Ib.7 !.... 1356.F1- 16 8'2 the next limo up to snap her ad'-i their slirkwoik and !speed carried Ihfiii mark <>f II.I iiml. |ilato thud in liu lute I
t0932T? 25 as 22 0600J-A.Dlt 0 JJ0J' 01 oeooIIIC"'A own school record and lake over the tit a new st hool i record in the 1 III relay at last weekend' (tanks and I.un<* air sopliiinioies' ,luncs fieshman
!) .t"JhHO" S' usistUt net aASCOP" RC lead, and on her third leap the smooth Region' II meet and Hawkins a "tlli..I'

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AI 'PC'SOIl 2ic. unbeaten and the Jr. Stars captured ,
." : .A0 23 Donald Giss were 3.5.
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COUR1MAV 109J635 JACK a5 eSt H ET-00800.00101 AL PO < OOOnO, CCCO hat way with an 11-5 win over Pine Smyrna stayed unbeaten with a For Prfkl h,teiian Rex Siemer went
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iJVCsV-LiS ,- ALCNS tANE-IZ7''NLY 22TO'RO, 21. ELY riple for Pine level and Lloyd Allen lead Pine Level's 17,hit attack base hits for the Jr. Stars! Mark II. Idwad. It
141' ) 1' I lelivered double. Also D. Burkhalter was 3,4 Jr Start I,.
T239nAB161 620.51 IIO.C 14'ft.f6 a Cumber led the losers at 4-5 with a
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109UH Z6'' as 22 06041 C00111 IZ' CCCO iwtey Rangers continue to stay on "Jamey Whilehead had 1 of Twin Shawn Nichols tossed a 1 hitter and

BE6 AI SEYCOP OF SE174 CF kEI/4 lIT ILN l 90'N'$ CC 4"0* k CO' S 6CpE60 op of the Starke Minor League but base hits and scored :1 times to lead went 2-for.3 with a double to lead the
10 P08 'iews at the lower end of the leaguead his bdllclub David Elder had the Phillies H Hamilton and Jason

...-..----I..Z'.--.. .........t...lj..----....$-.-22-.. --.le.4C..... .._..$ .Jicfl. ..._ Brooker's Blue Machine gaining Tuesday, May II other hit for the winners. For the Smith added doubles and Chris
109"9' 11 COO ''s first win of the season over the The Tw ins pushed aCLross 6 runs in Tigers Lance Wiggins doubled and Noegel stroked a single James
HuG lhS EOBOY L IIEI.1P F6060 A11120N. BAPNLEYC119 'wins by an 11-2 score at home last the 4th inning to upend the Tigers! scored runs Jamey Carver rappedout '! MoNeal had the only Ranger hit, a
lOt 26 gf-4LR A CYPRESS BEACH Sill 'tek. 14 ,J and the Phillip blasted the 3 hits indiidink a double, and double

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GREEh3EAG3ARTHUR S.21 ,yOANTp3 APU01RC1t. 263 F 4 at bats for the Blue Machine,

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-- 1289.42- .18.M. -& 1'1'.. 16.7' 'JIt.I..... Thursday May 6>
: : ; ;..j.Gi; i, The Phillies downed the Twins 20-15
AOS515PhIlL1P9M. 6MA5YCA230 F/$120ON$ !11h 011. Got a message for a Grad? and the Tigers outscored the Lawtey

........J.*.,-..--..-..--./--.. -'-.-".'.....16.1.-- ........'.60.-.!!. Go down .to the Telegraph, ask for Sylvia, give her your Suns For 15 the 8 in Phillie the Minors Jason Thursday.Smith was3lor4

i110Ro. '!" 12 ceca 3rd with a triple and double, Chris
QIUOREAU, Al"lluzl ICUISE "1 message. All messages will be published. in. the June
LOT U 7 Simmons tripled, Chris Noegel andWa'ne
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I/AYE1 i.it.'s.-.I.-! I SHARON P Duncan banged an insidetheparkhome
Cam AE I 12. IIUh N AlO"G E ll'C Of SEC $ $2 .6''! Each Add'l1ine $1.00 run, and Randy Milton, Byron
TO R/W Of lAKEV J Ell 011. ALa E 81.86' 10 Ill' Ala ll"E ff '
Must be in bv May 28. 5 m. and Jason Bowen crunched
-ZI.N ON 4' /2II'TE.92' 211.0. poe II l'l.Of h !6. p Bagwell
II 166.0 5 II Z'O' 10 1'08 doubles q*

.__......!!...i4'.._...._.15.31........_...f16.1t11.10...........:.._..._!:!! .f4... Tell that Grad how you feel! i The Tigers were led by Lance Wig-
062JO.00106 000"0 C5 CCOO. BRADFORD TELEGRAPH \ gins, who went 3-for-4 with a double,
HAIESSwlLLTAPAr! 111 SHAHOK! "Rl'i BOX llfl"HJkP P i \ Donnie Francis 2.4 with 2 doubles

sfC N 6 E ON E LI' SIC. "' E 911. 6't0 > 135 W, Call St. 1 Ron Zurfluh and John Siegmund both
S IJ'; 011"1111/11" H61.'Z"0 8$2.6' 1951 2'2.14'5 56. s\2-4 with a double, and Jamey Carver
Ue.i t0 roB For the Suns Wayne Prevatt waS&3

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and David Norman were both 23.i .


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Gridders Working for Starting Slots 4th Period, Girls, 2nd Period Boys *>: il


As Spring Practice Continues at BHS Win Middle. School. Track Meet 1 .

Bradford High's football loam and Early provide depth. ing handoffs now The 4th period girls and 2nd period lime Kennedy just a 6th grader, Hamilton oyi 440,*Clinton.>",*! 1))Jenklim lat Period. Brett(Tom Ruuoll Dlviy);.92, David.56..)J.

coach btaff continued to work hard The tackles are returners Dale Marvin Brown also fits in the boys took the titles in the 1982 Brad turned in a show of versatility, plac-- 2nd Period (Simon Mitchell, U-on Hamplrjn\ 't
lasl week in preparation for the May Uuchanon and Stephen. Spell, with wideout picture, where Blaine Dyal ford Middle School track and field ing third in I that 100 with a 13.00 clocking Shaun Jackson,Chrw Thomab)55.211.3)Ird Period\ :
21 Junior-Senior game and the May 28 Tom Johnson Tony Hill, Donald and Frank Allen are listed at the top championships held Tuesday at the and also running the 220, 880, 440 tiII.5, 4> 4lh Period 61.0,5)) 61 7, 8) 61 h Period" 85 4 A
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spring jamboree in Palatka. Thornton and Teddy Brcsec also in of the depth charts currently, Jimmy BHS track and mile relays, and long jumping for Amy Clark !HI' 112.1, 3)) Slofamu KiKby i IIn) 84 3, 41
But the real reason they're are the picture.At Schoening, Kevin Sampson, Antonio good measure. Put Soarcy (5)( ) 8A.J. '':. ,:
working hard, the long.range one, is defensive end, promising Jones Ellington Jones, Willie Hill, Led by Kelly Jackson, who placedin B.r.440 yard O.thi 1)) Chris Thomas (J) 8,1:.08. 21Ro..rL ,

next fall's "real season". sophomore Martella Moore and David Jones, Joey Lloyd, Shannon 3 events, individual winners BINIS Track: Championships 710 4)Bntwcll Lnmis' ill CumminMn) 64:,3)) luaai<3i Muni VJ.0,(joinery 51) Jami(14>,;" '. '

Head Coach David Hurse said BUS another JV graduate, Billy Rehburg, King, Kenny DeWitt, and John David Latonia Jenkins (880) and Annette Girl lMn> .......11) 4lh Period S9 point, 21) 8thPirind Jameson (5)) 61 8. '" '. ,'.
is again concentrating on becoming a own the spots now, with Randy Davis Francis are all trying to get onto the Lee (440), and the winning mile relay '. 4H, S) Ut Period, 42:. 4) and Perked, 25, 6) Luloiun Jt'nklnt (1413.01.1, 2J* .;. '.
good football team for next year and David Jones also working there. receiving end of passes and Hurse and mile medley relay groups, the 4th 3rd 1'urtod,18, 8) 61 h Period. I8. Barbara Olrl. MO Wooda Rum I)161) 307.3, 3) Polly Griffis .ID

rather than winning in the preseason In the secondary' Robert Carver is said the Tornadoes are throwing the period girls piled up 59 points to 3:II.8, 4) Una Kennedy(5) 3:11.7. ,'. .
lie said Tuesday that the defense. at monster followed by Brad Brown, ball move early in the Spring than he outscore 2nd period's 48 points, and lops Mr......, U) 2nd P.rllld.10&.2) 1st Period, aa"HO,.... .unl i II> George Crewa ((3)) 2.2B.0, J): .;.
under Coach Mike Sexton is makingbig Barry Warren, and Frank Allen. Brad usually does. 1st period's 42 markers. 40, 3) lid Period 386. 4) 41 h Period, :13 9, 51 51 hHmod David Almuo Black Williams(12)) 2:42(51.1,3)) 3:Henry 330, 31)Caper Eric Nocgel 14))2:5I.U: IA),
gains in the Spring and is ahead of Russell and Larry Long are on the In the trenches Bradford returns 1 Jackson was 2 in the mile run to 23 61 rah Period 1J 4 4):

the offense at this point The depth chart at cornerback, with Jimmy full-time starter, guard Stephen Spell, Lisa Tierney, 2nd to in the long 03Olrl.._I....!.,. 11 4lh Period I Jackie Nguyen,

charts! for offense and defense are up Schoening and John Bennett at the and 2 others who got varsity time, jump, and ran on the winning mile lone Jumpi Evenl H Penny Placnrsoirlt Jiffurnon '131) II 10, 2) Julie May Angela Webb Wldencr Tammy,Morrow Vkkle)Butler 9 30 3.
2> 51 h Period Angela
and becoming more concrete as safely spots Marvin Brown, Eric freshman Donald Thornton at tackle, relay unit. Kelly Judson (4) 11'&,31) Lisa Kennedy 19)) 10-6,4) Janet Kennedy, Lisa Tierney, ) 9'33.6.3) In' Period
young players try to play themselvesinto Lane, Emmett Watkins, and Kevin and junior Don Green at center. The 2nd period boys were winners Shrrrl Green ((3)) 7.4. 11:19.41: ) 3rd Period 8 27.5) 2nd Period 6581. .:
J : asp Lang Jump.. 1)) llerblo Cooper 13)) 16-0. 2))
the 1982 all offensive performers, The coaches t
starting lineup are sophomoreTom f
Sampson, hoping '
with 64 points, thanks to individual Bruit R""tit'lIlIl" 134. 3) Dorndb'umndnge 13) 1) 2nd Period I Dean PadKUf:
M.dl .1. .
On defense one big change has will also work with the defensive Johnson can work into the centerto toy. y '.
champs Chris Thomas ((440)), Wendell and. Todd Fra/lur 14) U-l,9)) Ruimvll Lcvcrwm 181 Dale TeHtnne Roy Yews, Lorne Boone)4:46. ,21' "
senior-to-be Kenny Wright, a standout backs. allow Green to concentrate on Shanks (100), and Herbie Cooper II 9. 6)) Robert Pitlman (&) -llOld. lat Period David, PcqUe, Junes. Wilwm, Kenny .
noseguard for the past 2 seasons, Watkins upper leg injury from last defense and Hurse reported Tuesdaythat 100 1.04 Do.hi 1) Shorn Green ((2) 1263. 3)) Holmes Sieve Shepard 9066: 3) 5th Period, .
( ) and distance
long Jump runner Annette' ice 14) 12 89. 3> Lisa Kennedy ((3)) 13.0, 4) 4lh Period 5:24,51) 3rd Period :
linebacker has not completely healed and Johnson "is 9:18 7. 4)) : 5:211.0(81. ,
moving up to a standup season really coming Slnfanio .
David Black, who was runnerup in Rigby (16) 13 75, 5) Penny Jefferson ((3)) 61 h Periods.28BOlrl. .
posh He's penciled in as a starter he can undergo just limited contact along both the mile and 2-mile.. Period 2 also 14&. 6)) Moliwa WilllamK 111 148. .120 Yard Do.h. 1)) Line Kennedy! IS) 30 33. 2V' '..
along side of sophomore Don Green, !t'.iis: spring but he is taking snaps from Tony Hill joins Thornton at the claimed 1st in'the medley relay as Cindy Winkler (12)) 3245, 3) Daphne Willianm ((1)1 .;;4
Sops lOOV.rd Ooiht II t Wendell Shanks .
who is missing drills because of an upcoming center and working on his passing in tackle spot, with Wayne Cnbbs projected they outpointed 1st period with 49, and 21) KminyHulmrail( ) 132.3)) rrenPatterson((2) II((5)17.) 33.2.41) Sabrina Ford (III 40 3. ; .
1)) Wendell Shank((2)) 27.01.
operation. With Green absentyounger the offensive drills Freshman Harry as a starting guard along with 3rd period with 38.5. 133.41, Johnny Jackson (13. 138,51) Terry Kobt'rls" 2))by.Todd 220' Y.rd Do.hi/7.311.emuklU'h.ndler! 111 I
players like Wayne Cribbs, Warren, just out Monday from track, Spell. 14) 13 6. ei) Alien Varneolal( ) 14 5ark ... 310,a Darren r rawer Patterson( (5)> 31.2.91) Chad IIrddl.hC81

Oliver Tyson, Carlton Johnson, Rick is also working at quarterback.At Brcsec, Early, Sam Tyson, Coley, BMS Coach George Loper pointedto JacKuon Mil(4).Hum 8:38.7.: 1) Linn 3) Pollie Tiorncy Griffin(13).6.(1)35..7,:2)100 Kelly, 4)) < > 31.3.81) Johnny Jack on (I3) 32 2. ..,: :
Welch, and Nat Cole)' are seeing timeat running back young faces arc all and Carlton Johnson are working with George Crews, Kelly Jackson, Marcie Griffih ((3) 9042. ':' '.

linebacker. to be seen but Hurse said the bgll- the line group. Sherry Green, and Lisa Kennedy as Ol ). Mil. ..1., II) 4lh Period I Jackie NKu>eii'. ..
Noseguard is now being manned by toting corps "shows a lot of promise." Bus hopes to find a solid tight end some of the. meet's outstanding per- boys Mil. Hunt 1) Gonrno Crews (13)) 5.33 2. 2)) Stacey Sapp Kelly Jackson, Annette Lee) 5:03 8.. ', '
JV Brad formers. TavidUlaika) 9 397,3)) Alon Melvin Handles, who saw time there Returner Eric! Lane, grad out of a young group that includes !
last year when Wright finished up the Brown, bruising freshman Oliver Martella Moore, Randy Davis, Billy Crews won both the 880 and mile in fl 4).34 lien 0, 61)Powell Eric Nix(141'|jrl 8 13(16)1.6 91'35) Wesley 0Girl. Thomas 11) Carter.2nd Polly P'rlod Griffin 6.01. 9))5 3rd 336 Period 3) Sib 6:655 Prd.tl.4lev / .;.'

year at linebacker Cribbs and Mike Tyson, and Marvin Brown are all tak Rehburg, and John Bennett. easy fashion and ran a 59 second 440 440 1.1.,. 1)) 1st Period Clndj Harris, Lori Mil. ..1.! ,> II 101 Period Tavid. llumillow ..
split on the mile relay. Jackson's exploits Cave Karen Carter Gloria Gavial 3D22, 2)) 4th Tom DavlH, Clinton Jenkins, Hi oil HukucllJ)) '..
Period I 42143.2))2nd Period(Alvin JamCS.Lout ShritxiuF ;
documented in the 3rd Amy Williams, :Sharon Carter Angela .
were Chris Thomas> 4 37.9, 3)) Jfd ',
Webb.Barbara Muslr)159.57, 3) 3rd Period 81 3. Wendell Shanks
paragraph, while Green was a winnerIn 4) 2nd Period 62.5,5)) 3rd Period 87<,6)6lh Period Perod 4'M I, 4) 41h Period 4.571, 5) 51)h Period '.'
I the girls 100 yard dash with a 12.63 67 6. 9 21 9, 6)) Sib< Period 5.51 8Whether ; '
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With both teams smacking 6 home In the nightcap, which was just as In 2 close games and a runaway Ex- :.t, :'!' ,

runs Express turned the tables with a close if not as high scoring, the Coun- press edged Country Boys 6-4 and :". :, :
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2221 Quick Stop win earlier in .tt" third by nipping Keystone Merchants 14-13, while Quick Stop lofted 7 :" 1..1
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verdict left Express narrowly on top Gilpin 2-2, Terry Gaines 2-3 with a tri- Terry Stratton and bombed the ':.;,:.: .
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and busting 3 homers. Terry Stratton winning run for Olin's, which also gota and double, and Arthur was 3-4 with a - - '

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$tars Meet -. Stay Unbeaten With Win

T. Crews hit safely 3 times, including
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hursdayI struck out 11 Tuesday afternoon as

the I. lwtey Wishbones remained slammed in&idc-the-park homers and

'unbeaten and on top of the Boys Clint Jenkins, Lee Austin, and Tam-
I Kingsley Lake ((7-0) and the Starke ; league with an 8-4 victory over the my Giddens pounded doubles. Also,

liars'((6-1) renew their battle for 'A' H. 1 I Merchants. Scan Robinson was Mor-4 for the
ague supremacy Thursday night }' 1> :: Gerald Brown cracked a 2-run Wishbones. For the losers Greg
[lay 13, when they meet at 7:30: at Ed. homer for the Wishbones and was 2-3, Wilkersnn wml 2for3Thursday
lards Rd. Field. 'r;;" 4.qf' while* Sean: Robinson went 3-4, and
I In the meantime interleague'play. ..:r \: David Bass 13. For the Merchants May 6 ,
utwcen the 'A' and 'B' groups starts ,,''.". .) pitcher Hal Wood performed ad- The Merchants scored 3 runs in the

londay night, May 17.Church. ,..),"1.\. 'f,' ..'.,.,;1 mirably in the loss, recording 15 bottom of the 6th, the winning one by
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Hal Wood and
pitcher Stephen Jones
,.A: '. strikeouts and along with David
.'h"" \I,;' Black stroked 2 hits to lead the losers struck out the last man with runners
'A' :.,.' at second and third in the 7th, to overcome
the Olympians 98.
> l lI Monday, May 10
Tuesday, May 11 L'i ... n wc Keith Kchoe filed a 1-hitter and The loss wasted a big day at the

1st Baptist poured 8 runs home in Y r't 1 tiwY went for-3 with a triple with the bat plate b>' Olympian catcher Keith

ic '5th inning to rally past Calvary I+fh: r s 9 to lead the Olympians to an 11.1 waltz Kehoe, who went for-4 with a triple
aptist 14-10 at Westside Field "if over the Actions Monday and a double Pairote Srivibul was

Mike Hartley lofted a 3-run homer, *'.4i.Ji.f Helping Kehoe at the plate were 2-for-3 for the losers while David

raig Sapp was 2-for-3 with a triple, Mike Chappell. 2-3. with a double, L. Black went 2.4 for the Merchants

id Jim Lewis and B. McGee had exa Svnbul2-3. Wl"tlllf'sday.l\lay :3
base hits for 1st Baptist. Dwayne Brookrr's Paul Kish! scored all his

earle was 3-for-3 and Dale Bedford .., '* Friday, May 7 team's 3 runs and pitched a 1-hitter
4 !to lead Calvary. IT r at' ipl'jfc. The Law toy Wishbones tagged the with 16 strikeouts to carry his team to

Actions with a 15.3 defeat in Lawte> a 3-0 win over the Actions in Brooker
Monday, May 10 as Chuck Ross and Lamar CrewsBEAUTIFUL Wednesday:

Kingsley Lake romped past 1st .
ethodist $0-6 and the Starke Stars .

Hcd 1st Baptist 14-6 in 'A' play Mon- e ... 44,+ 1 yr 'Av o

ay. '.',;".. ;:, NEW APARTMENTSNOW
Joel with
Hodges was
a triple '
nd Roger Bennett, Doug Crawford .< ::::.::! TAKING APPLICATIONS!
Hardee and '
arren Dwayne Hardee ,
,. : ,
flapped 3 hits apiece for Kingsley ti E'.a '. 'J"-, : ....:** Orangewood ApartmentsP.O.

.akei Dwayne hit a 1st-inning homer, :. .*. :.: ,
"" Box 146
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ennett socked a 4-bagger the 7th .,'., ... .. '
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nd Crawford rapped 2 doubles. Forst Starke. Florida 32091

Methodist Jason Polk was 5-5, Pat A Tie Goes to the Hunner....

(lundorff 3-4, and Brett Smith 23. Umpire Donnie Burch calls> Uwld mack of the ;Merchants last Thursday.

Scott Hudson led the Stars with a 3-3 safe at first on a hang-bang play in the :.Mer Olyntpiatis first! baseman Mike, ChllJlpt'nIIndt.* the 1, 2, and 3 Bedroom Apartments featuring central heat and air; wall to wall

ohn ame Thompson, all 3 hits going and Clayton for extra Norman bases. chant !II-II win user the Olympians in Dixie Boys action MrrUh.\ shag carpeting; drapes; stove and refrigerator

i ere 2-4 with doubles. For 1st Baptist
like Hartley was 2-2 with a homer For InformationApplicationContact

,nd ewis double smacked, Doug a home Sides run.2-3, and Jim (([Bradford Sports in Brief J). c/o/ :Tracy Orangewood Bair, ManagerP.O. Apartments

Kingsley Lake pound home 11 Box 146 Equal

uns in the first inning and beat Slarke, Florida 32091 Housing
alvary Baptist 27-11 and the Starke OpportunityNOTICE
tars shutout 1st Methodist 16-0 T-Ball Softball hospital on East Call St at 9 a.m. the Rose COy Hun in Thomas.ville,

hursday night. Deadline T-shirts will be given toall finishers Ga., Gene ran even faster, 45:01, but
Curtis Crawford was a perfect FridayThe with 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place awards placed 10th in the 10-13 boys age. ,

i-for-6 with a double to lead Kingsley deadline is Friday, May 14, to going to the top runners in male and group.

lake with Joel Hodges 4-6, Roger register children in the Starke female age groups. Early registrationby
=- ::>. 3bo'-
Recreation May 1 guarantees a T-shirt with
Bennett 4-5 with a triple Doug Department's summer
JTrawford 3-6 with a triple, and Jim T-Ball, Jr. Softball, and Smallfry the entry fee set at $4. Late registration : ERR
Garrison 33. For Calvary Duane Softball programs.You will be held starting at 8 a.m. on NOTICE OF INTENTION/ OF INTENTIONTO
the day of the race at the M!ailing line. TO REGISTER REGISTER
Dearie was 4-4, Gene Vanzant 3-4, and can register players at the Old FICTITIOUS NAME FRULKNER
mond Armory or Pratt St Recreation FICITIOUS NAME
la> Trainer 35.
The Stars scored in every inning but centers. Cost is $4.75,. Roadrunner Youth 865 09 Florida to Statutes Section. 865 Pursuant.09. Florida to Statutesnotice Section. 1' FlERLTY
he third with Scott Hudson going 3-4 notice
is hereby given
with a triple, Clayton Norman 2-3 with Bradford Hospital's2Mile Wins Alligator Run that the undersigned that" the is hereby undersigned given

2 doubles,John Riggs 2-3 with a triple, Run 15 Gene: Powell of the local Bradford Sandra Cauley. 202 Anthony and Jean 364-5065 []]
and Chuck Johnson was 2-3. Jeff May Roadrunner Club won the 13-and- 'North Thompson Street Giesegh P O, Box 203,
Johnson poked an in-the-park home The Bradford Hospital Inc. will be under age group division in the 10,000 Starke Florida. 32091 Hampton Florida joint, TK-" uv

sponsoring a 2-mile fun and health meter Alligator Road Run held in sole owner. doing owners doing, business
run.For 1st Methodist Barry Thomas run Saturday, May 15, in conjunctionwith Lake City two weekends: ago. business under the firm under the firm name of
was 2-2 and Pat Mundorff slapped a National Week. .tr'Iname of TINY TOT T J:S 301 TAVERN U.S.
' Hospital Powell ran a 46:24: 10K to capture 221 tofay.".St. Across from Wishbone

It y ouble.;; 'iT".1'' !r"rT '!..,.ThTntT., .LarrronL.of. -: "...the..w .Y.-iitragoKrour..The' :; wvatken ril'r.' ) < ( '"' ACADEMY, 202 N1tt375orhp.en4lttrlStiedta r"Starke 301. 3 Florida Mites South Intendsto of OFFICE HOURS
't. 'I\f
J I .
; tl r. ,$ ., 9 S 12
/ork. Florida 32091'' Intends register said fictitious Monday Friday Saturday noon
" to register said lietihous name "M..I th_
un sr -
j name under the aforesaid statute BEAUTIFUL Building lot on West Madison St.
I Legal ...... __ "aforesaid' statute Doted this. Ith I day of 3 BEDROOM FRAME close to town below 20000.
Dated this 11th day of
May 1982 in Bradford APPROX. 22 A Chicken form. 3 BR, 2'/ BA home.
May 1982, in
NOTICE OF INTENT TO''and place herein FORD WILLIAM SMITH. Pursuant to Sectior i NOTICE is herby given Florida I County Florida. Good terms.EXCELLENT .
CONSIDER THE ADOP- prescribed NOTICE OF SUIT 865.09. Florida Statutes, that on Monday. May 24, 5/13 4 tpd 6'3 5.13 Ipd 63:9t FINANCING on this 3 BR, I'/i BA brick
TION OF AN OR. BOARD OF COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS NO PROPERTYTO notice is hereby giver n 1982 at 10:00: clock AM, home.

DINANCE GRANTING A OF : JOHN TAYLOR that the undersignedSusan the undersigned Gator SARATOGE HEIGHTS: 3 BR I'/t BA C/B. 15% down.
FRANCHISE TO CLAY BRADFORD COUNTY, SHAFFER, GENERAL Mary Senkbeil, Fr.ightways. Inc. will Floriland 15 BEAUTIFUL ACRES on Hwy. 125 with planted pines
VIDEO INC., A FLORIDACORPORATION FLORIDA. Flatwoods RR2. Box 403C. Melrose. sell at public auction for r.: Realty partIally' fenced Terms
Gilbert, S. Brown cast at 2175 Comj
TO By Clerk Kentucky 41139 YOU\, Fla 32666 sole owner monweolth Ave, Phone 964-7700 49 ACRES several old buildings, nice trees. SPRING.
OPERATE AND MAIN ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED I, doing business; under th 2000 SQ. FT C/B house, almost completed on 3 acres.CB .
TAIN A COMMUNITY. 5/l3ttchg firm name of C.rami<: Jacksonville, Florida 393 Temple Avenue, Starke, Fl. m.........................
ANTENNA that an action for the one lot of bdl red oak
TELEVISION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT : Marketing Associates' sTALK Home on nice lot, good neighbors 33000.
of the of
SYSTEM matter adoption paneling consigned to
SETTING .FORTH CONDI- OF BRADFORD COUNTY. MEDFORD WILLIAM, address same as above. Shell Lumber & Hdwe TO A REALTOR I 2 STORY large home on 3 acres out of Starke.
FLORIDA SHAFFER has been fileagainst d I intends to register saic' Co, Miami Fla one lot WOOD ft STUCCO 2 BR home on 4 acre Almost new
TIONS: PROVIDING FOR ; 600 ft. wood from bldg., well septic tank. In country -
Civil Action No. 82 169 and ., fictitious, name under the 1 of Cotton yarn consigned APPROX. 100 ACRES. Less than 1.000 per acre. Good
REGULATIONOF you you or.r.quir.d Ideal for small at horn business or residnc
ITSKOPERATION,' In re the marriage of to serve a copy aforesaid statute to The Croft Shop Reduced In Price 4 BR home, out of city with 200' on terms.
BATES PAYMENTS.JSER-) (.IUCY AZONOS. Wife and of' your written defenses, Dated this 27th day ol'I Bradenton, Florida; one 301 Ideally suitable for In.home business. BRICK 3 BR. 1'BA, almost new home 11%

VICE. CONSTRUCTION) ARTURO AZONOS Hu. if any to'it. on the plaintiff April 1982, in BradforcCounty I lot of 12 doors pairs consigned Acreage. 57 ac. farm 3 BR home, extra small cottage, assumable mortgage
AND MAINTENANCE-\k band.' 's attorney whose to Quality Eng plus 2 outside bldg. Some financing. Fenced good grade LARGE 5 0 SI.I)i3>.* oval SOLD jn city.

CONTAINING CERTAIN NOTICE OF ACTIONTO name and address Is ....... 4/294tpd5/2C...._._...). Products Tampa road off paved road only to this form. Very picturesquearea. LAYER CHICKEN r-AftM with over :30 acres of posture
ARTURC I Florida: one lot ol' Casual .
'land. Terms.LAND
CERTAIN AZONOS, residence' P.O. Drawer 1030, OF WE EIGHTH JUDICIAl craft chair consigned to IS Acres. Good financing large oak trees, approx. 2 40 ACRES beautiful oak trees, new fence on 3
PENALTIES: AhdffHtO.''"nkown., Starke, Florida 32091 CIRCUIT COURT OF I Casual Craft Miami mils from Starke. sides Terms.
VIOING .AN ,.f FFecflVE, YOU. ARE NOTIFIED '((904)9643701) and file FLORIDA. 'IN AND FOR; Florida; one lot of Flight 5 Acres with assumable mortg at 10'/.% Has partial' 19'/. ACRES 3 BR, 1 BA C/B home. Large barn. 10%
DATE. B ._ for'' bags consigned to Shear- built born. assumable .
that an action with BRADFORD COUNTY. VA mortgage.STUCCO
the original the
in mett,-' 'DISSOLUTION OF MAR: ton 3 Acres No Improvements. 3 BR. 2 BA CH/A with ..trolot In low $30..
clerk of the above
TO: ALL CITIZENS, TAX. RIAGE has been filed court on or before styled May CASE NO 82-212 Florida. ; Ft.one lot Lauderdale of' c"'a" 2 Acres with 3 BR block home to o qualified buyer,.good FRAME HOME on Pratt Street needs repair.
PAYERS AND OTHER IN-- 'and or.' r.quired'to financing. 100x150 Building lots corner of Washington B Cherry
28. 1982 otherwise a ((2)) consigned to Mac
Double Wide custom built home, lot site 160x125.
TERESTEQj-ERSONS serve a copy of..your be IN RE: The Marrlaqe ol I f Tavish Ft. Lauderdale, Streets.
I (ludg.m.nt may and 1 Ac. with 3 BR
Room garden.
to expand
written d.t.n..lf any entered for MAUDIE T. WILSON,,' Fla, one lot of wooden DAY CAR SOLI) OQod location.
YOU YOU AND hereby'EACH. and OF to It on petitioner Rt., 1 the relief against demanded you In Wife and HUBERT FRED 1 picture frame consigned home, large garage Evenings and storage Please area Call 30'/5 LOVELY ACRES. Posture 6 acres beautiful pine,
or* Box 908. Stork. Florida the WILSON Husband to Manes Art Gallery Broker nice 3 BR, 1 BA. brick.
h.r.wtlhgiv.n nolle In complaint or peti Vernle Odom.
32091 on or before June tlon. Bradenton, Fla. to satisfy Phone 9645476. 7 NICE ACRES Hwy. 301 South. Terms
accordant with' Section
1982 and file the NOTICE OF ACTIONTo and ACRES with D.W. built on's Fish Partial.
US.66, Florida Statute 1, WITNESS my hand and HUBERT FREC'o freight! storage J.R. Kelly Associate 2'/ plus pond.
with the clerk of charges, under the f.nc.d.CROSBY .
original pro- ly
that th. Board of County the seal of said Court on
Commissioners this court either beforerervlce 21 WILSON whoa 1 visions of Section 4b( ) of' ----- LAKE 100' lot. on water with dock and terms.ONI .
of Brad- April 1982
residence Is unknown
lord County Florida at a on petitioner or Gilbert S. BrownAs YOU ARE HEREBY. Uniform Standard Bill of' AS soLI)!!>y 100> w.
beheld Immediately thereafter; lading YOU SHOULD SEE this nice haute on 3 acres Beautiful
r.gular said
meeting to Clerk of Court NOTIFIED that an action 1 o Gator Freightwayi, Inc
at 10 A.M. In the otherwise a judgmentwill By: Marian McKaeAs for dissolution of marriage Carrier cJJt bafl t&klt trees.
Counly'Cammlulan be, entered for the Deputy Clerk has been filed 1 3 / 1 -3/20 gmd BESSENT ROAD. 3 BR. 2 BA. Fireplace fence, decks.

Meeting Room Bradford relief demanded In the 4/29 4tchg 3/20 against you In the Circuit I ........... ........., Excellent buy.
County Courthouse, petition. .".......... Court of the Eight,o .NOTICE. NICE HOUSE. Corner lot. Southgot
Slarke, Florida on Monday WITNESS my hand and PUBLIC NOTICE Judicial Circuit Court ol([I OF TAKING BIDS ttlk 7OIIJ.y" LOOKING FOR INVESTMENT property. Ask to see our
Jun. 7. 1982. will the seal of this Court on The BRADFORD the State of Florida i In I I FOR No. 14.12.VERY. .
consider Ih. adoption of April 9. 1982. COUNTY SCHOOL and for Bradford County HEALTH INSURANCEo VERSATILE BLDG. Hwy. 301 North. Call for
an ordinance relating to: Gilbert S. Brown; BOARD. Stork, Florida and you are requested tc; PACKAGEThe details

Clerk of the Court will hold a PUBLIC HEAR serve a copy of your ONE ACRE Hwy. 100 S. Has driveway.LET .
AN ORDINANCE GRANTING By: Beulah Moody ING ON PROPOSED( written defenses, if any SCHOOL BOARD US SELL YOU the Versatile Service Station. buildingnext
A FRANCHISE TO Deputy Clerk BOARD RULE ADDITION on the Petitioner whose', OF BRADFORD COUNTY A s to Courthouse.

CLAY FLORIDA VIDEO.CORPORA INC.. A .......... ;4/79lrpd! !.S/2o. 4124. JOB DESCRIPTIONFOR name MAUDIE and T. address WILSON.I is 1, FLORIDA will, accept FERRYMAN PROPERTY would make nice office com
DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL sealed bids from pl...
MAINTAIN A COMMUNITY REGISTER FICTITIOUS SERVICES 8 Florida qualified Insurance come ONE At<3 SOl.o1[>"... Wilson Road.
Melrose 32666
ANTENNA TELEVI- NAME SECONDARY CUR. and file the original with' | ponies, for a Health Insurance JUST THE RIGHT TIME to buy this lovely brick home

SION SYSTEM IN THE Pursuant, to Section RICULUM INSTRUCTION the Clerk of the above- Package. with swimming: pool.
COUNTY SETTING FORTH 865.09, Florida Statutes. on May 17,,1982, styled Court on or before' \ All sealed bids must GOOD LOCATION walk to everything. Fenced yerd. 3
CONDITIONS: PROVIDING notice Is hereby given at 7 P.M., in the School June 14. 1982. Otherwisea be received In the Office |R frame. Owner financed
.FOR COUNTY thot the undersigned Board Room of 'he Bradford judgement may be, of. Michael Reddish WI HAVE LOTS just off Old lewtey Read.
REGULATION OF ITS Susan. Mary 'Senkbell County School Administration entered against you fort Director of Business. BUILDING LOT on Westmoreland Street.

OPERATION, RATES. RRJ Box 403C, Melrose, Offices, 582 relief demanded In i, before 7:00: PM on July L'JIw 3 ACRE building site.
PAYMENTS. SERVICE.CONSTRUCTION. Flo. 32666 sole owner North Temple Avenue, the complaint or petition. 19. 1982. Bids will be 130 ACRES Hwy. 125. Price reduced for cash.
AND doing business under the Storke. Florida. opened that evening at 4 ACRE BEAUTIFUL LAND. Hwy. 237 with septic tank
MAINTENANCE: CON. firm name of Ceramic Copies of thlk Proposed WITNESS my hand I the regular meeting of' ww end light pole.
TAINING CERTAIN PRO- Rule 4124 may be obtained and the seal of said I the School' Board ONE ACRE nice 1% BA brick home lake Butler .r_.
HIBITIONS: PRESCRIBING Marketing A..oclat.-: from the Court on May 12 1982. Envelopes shall be clear- w; CANAL LOT. Now Is the time te buy.
CERTAIN PENALTIES. address same as above Superintendent's Officeat GILBERT BROWNAs I ly marked on the outside MOBILE HOME ON ONE ACRE near lake Butler
. AND PROVIDING AN EF intends to leglster said 582 North Temple Clerk of the Court 1 that it Is a .aled'bld for Terms.

FECTIVE DATE. fictitious no-.. under the Avenue, Starke, Florida Health Insurance 5 NICE ACRES with trees and fix up home. MorganRoed.

aforesaid srcJ:"ite. This i i. In compliance. ByMarlan McRae' Package. r.7r- .
YOU ARE FURTHER Dated this 27th day ft with Florida Statute, As Deputy Clerk The' School Board 4 ACRES with fix up house an Hwy. 12$.
GIVEN NOTICE that a April 1982. In Brad id Chapter 120.34 as reserves the right 1 to re- 2% ACRES with owner financing. High and) dry.
copy of sold proposed ordinance County. enacted by the 1974 .5/13. 4tpd 6/03 |*ct oily and all blots. .....about this 2 bedroom family horn TOP NOTCH DAY CARE CENTER. Good Income.
.Is available for .."..*............,........... t
rour Inspection at the of- 4/29 4tpd J/20 Florida' Legislature. NOTICE DONE this 27th day of located on a vary private ttrat.$74.500. 20 ACRES post pasture and part ...........

ice of the Clerk of the"IN"THE..CIRCUIT"COURT Thomas Ca..y.Jf, April 1982. WATERFRONT LOTS-Crosby and Sampson lakes.
Superintendent of School will SCHOOL BOARD Owner financing.
Circuit Court Bradford I not be responsible
County Courthouse, EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT -> Bradford. County School for debts made by, OF BRADFORD Qnftw Houses and Apartments For Rent
OF '
Slarke. Florida Board anyone other than i COUNTYBy Property Management Services
EACH AND EVERY PER. AND FOR BRADFORD '4/29 2tchg ". myself after this- date, J.T. Porrlih Appraisal
SON having any interest COUNTY .............._- .............. May 13. 1982. ChairmanS62tchg313 7 T2I. Susan M. Faulkner REALTOR.....1065

"whatever" In the enactment CIVIL ACTION NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO WllliamBullyGeiger5133tpd ( ) i Irene L. Faulkner. REALTOR-ASSOCIATt,964.5I42
of this proposed ordinance Case No.82.81 REGISTER FICTITIOUS 5/27. Neighborhood Properties Inc. REALTOR Lucille Spry.BROKER SALESMAN.*..$420
should appear In re- The Matter of NAME ....d.:.......................... Herb Walker.. ASSOCIATE 4M .
((904)) 964.5231
and be heard at the lime the Adoption of MED-



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...At the Region track meet last Friday Pam Hawkins 58.4 440 took away 1 441TrL"
the 58.8 school record owned by senior teamate Louette Smith but Louette '
didn't feel like she'd lost an 'thing. "Hey, that's what it's there for, to breakit.
I'm just happy for Pam, Louette said in a kind gesture of comraderle.
Smith still has her name on the school's 440 relay and mile relay record-
setters and owns the distinction of qualifying for state 4 straight years..

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Kiwanis Tourney to Go Local... .
The Kiwanis Club's Softball invitational, set for June 11-13. will be chang-
ing its format away from what has been a tourney for some of the south's
strongest teams and the Club is encouraging local participation by all-class
ballclubs. Kiwanian Eddie Douglas said reasons for the move away from BUS Students Earn Honors in French at State Contest...
trying to lure national-calibre clubs into town as was done last year includeno
locally-sponsored local team like Green Machine;and the fact that the 2 Bradford High students participating in the State French Contest at the The scrapbook submitted by,,the BUS students won an excellent rating, the
fields at Edwards Rd. aren't ready. Holiday Inn in Orlando last week are (II-r): highest award.
"We feel like it lost a lot of it's local flavor and we'd like to get that back by SealedBilly Tison, Francine Long Tammy Mann, Khandice Stroud, and Gina Lane received an excellent rating in a workshop on French painters.
getting local participation," Douglas said. Mary Richardson. Pam Pratt received a bonne, which means good, in a declamation, a
So it's open for anyone now. Entry fee is $80 with trophies going to 1st Standing- Becky Parrish, Dawn Scott, Kim Cogdill Gina Lane Randy memorized poem.
through 3rd place teams, championship individuals, and the MVP.,. Starling, Martin HunterCatrell Overstreet, Wendy McDougald. Pam Pratt, Billy Tison received honorable mention for his lecture. ;
and Robin Yeager.'Loners The group's skit, done In French, also received an honorable mention. ;

...Speaking of local tourneys the slate for this year looks muchimprovedover
the past few )'ears. As of last week the Starke Rec. Department s tournament
calendar had 7 of the 9 weekends. from May 7 to July 4 crossed out.
In May the the Rowdies are hosting a tourney the 14-16, and Country Boys Favorable to Liquor Serving Restaurant. on 301-South I
will put on a women.'s: event the 2123.
In June the Kiwanis tourney will kick things off the 11-13, the Dalliers are The petition of Lorene D. Nunery Mrs. Nunnery has been in the The special exception is needed to miles south of Starke on the west side
V penciled in for a tournament the 18-20, and the Sr. Boys youth tournament for a special exception on property on restaurant business in Miami for serve liquor. of SR-100 from Open Rural to General
sponsored by the Community Action Club (formerly Civitan) is the 2426. US-301 South for construction and many years and is a sister of Buford Commercial was a favorable
Then, the first weekend of July Norman's Farm will host another women'stourney. operation of a restaurant and loungewas McKinney of Starke. The 3/4 acre site The applications will be forwardedto recommendation and given will go to the
... given a favorable recommendation is part of the Cardin property 1/4 mile the Board of Adjustments, which County Commission for final action.
by the Bradford County Zoning south of Starke. will make its recommendation to the Mrs. Reagan said the rezoning is
Action Club Tourney Features IIR Derby... Board at its meeting Tuesday night' The restaurant will have a seating County Commission.The sought for the operation of a general
The June 24-26 Community Action Club youth tournament will feature a April 27. capacity of 150. Drinks will be servedto retail and gift shop to sell articles of
Home Run derby with prizes to the winners in two divisions a youth The applicant was represented by restaurant patrons only, Welty application of Mrs. Edwin H. handwork made by herself and
((18-and-undcr) and open. Plans are for the contest to be played at Westside attorney Richard Welty who said said. Reagan to rezone one-half acre, two daughter.
Field during a break Saturday from about 11:30: a.m. to 1 p.m....


Lawtey News _______________ h

By Elizabeth Terry ning and family of MacClenny; and
Mr.and Mrs. Robert Joiner and fami-
PERSONALSDanny ly of Jacksonville, were Mother's
Phillips and Mrs. Jeanette Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Don and family of MacClenny. -
Reynolds McClenny were united in Boyette

morning marriage, May at Folkston 6th. They, Ga.carried, Thursday their Mr.. and Mrs. George Shuford Nicula and The Bradford County Telegraph, one of the oldest
mother, Mrs. OJ. Phillips to Macon.Ga. family; Mr. and Mrs. Perry ;
., to visit with her daughter, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Nic Nicula and family;
Fate Redd where she will spend some Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling; Mr. and weekly in Florida has
time. After a short honeymoon they Mrs. Glen Starling and family, and D newspapers a
will return home on Saturday or Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Lane Carter and a
day. Congratulations and best wishes daughter, were Mother's Day dinner -..... .
Offer for '
for a happy married life. guests of Mrs. Lois Carter. Special you....
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee had a Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Crapse and ,
barbecue for the students In his Tax family, of Jacksonville and Mr. and
Idermy School on Saturday (not Sun- Mrs., Gary Wheeler and -daughterwere + ",t.. __
day). There were 4 students in the Mother's Day dinner guests of
class. They and their families attended their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.D. I r,
the barbecue. Wayne Hardee Crapse, Sr.
taught the class, Alvin Anderson !Mrs. Connie Mosley and family of
helped him with the class. Maxville; Rev. and Mrs. Emory
Eunice of Gainesville;; Phil Eunice of jam 1111
Dee Dee Waters celebrated her 11th Lake City; and Julius Eunice of
birthday on Wednesday, May 5 with a Starke, were Mother's Day dinner A One Year Subscription for only $9.00
party. Those who came were: Sheila guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Tew, Tammy Jo Tatum, Tonya Harold Eunice.
Tatum, DeAnna Waters, Cathy and Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Ceballos and ((18 a week delivered to home
Will Lancater, Susan Peugh Susan family visited their parents Mr. and your through
Crawford, Becky Poore, Christy Red- Mrs. M.D. Crapse, Sr., on Saturday /
ding, Marcella Carter, Rudy and Erin May 8th. The occasion was to
Waters. She received lovely gifts and celebrate their son James,first birth- the post office.) You'll get over 1200 pages of
$50.00 in cash. Refreshments consisted day. The Ceballos ate dinner with
of strawberry ice cream and them.
( cake with several different kinds of. Mr. Oscar Vanzant, of Callahan,
drinks and cookies, etc. was a Thursday overnight guest of his local news and advertising concerning Bradford
Mr. and Mrs. Buster Bennett and in-laws Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee.
daughter, Nancy, spent a few days Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Thomas of Live

and with other Mrs.relatives Elsie Bennett while of there.Daytona, Oak Wildwood; Mrs.;Ann Miss Andrews Debbie and Andrews Randy of of County for your money, A Great Deal !

Gainesville; Mr. Jimmy Moore and
Mrs. Linda Waters, Dee Dee and Miss Jan Ponsell; and Mrs. Renee
Jason went to visit her sister Mrs. Thompson and sons Kevin and Bryanof But here's the clincher. with each
Carolyn Ricks of St. Augustine on Jacksonville, met their mother, .
Saturday, May 8th. Mrs. Fied Moore at the First Baptist
J.C. Prevail, Jr. of Gainesville Church in Starke for Sunday morning
visited his mother, Mrs.J.C. Prevatt, church services. Mr. and Mrs. Tom NEW will
Sr. on Sunday for Mother's Day. Casey, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Johnny subscription we give you a
Mrs. Shirley Newport of Orange Hobbs of Starke; and Mr and Mrs.
Park was a Tuesday dinner guest of Lee Casey and Tara of Kingsley Lake,
Mr. and Mrs. L.M. McClellah. joined them for Mother's Day dinner.
Mrs. Jenell Underwood was a Mr. and Mrs. James Waters; Mr. $3.00 gift certificate from The Office
Saturday dinner guest of her parents, and Mrs. J.S. Waters and Dee Dee
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Prevatt. and Jason attended services at Long
Mrs. Evelyn Norman, took her Branch Baptist Church on Mother's }
mother, Mrs. Carl Prevatt to Mor Day. Shop for Hallmark card or other
rison's Cafeteria Gainesville for Col. and Mrs. Wm Wilson and son any
Sunday dinner on Mother's Day Timmy went to Washington, D.C., on
Friends of Jennifer Prevatt, April 28th, for their daughter's, Mrs.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Del Dougherty's, birthday on April
items in stock. ANY PERSON who
Prevatt, is a patient in Alachua 29th and returned on Monday, May gift now
General Hospital, Gainesville. Our
prayers are with them. 3rd.Mrs.. Fred Moore was recognized at
Mrs. Henry Smith and soninlawand the First Baptist Church on Mother's has
daughter Mr.and Mrs.Robby La- Day for having the most children and a subscription and wants to renew for 2
mont and son went Wednesday nightto grandchildren present at church that :
Indianapolis, Ind., to see Mrs.
Smith's mother, Mrs.Lillian Mitchell day.Mr.. Bob Boyette of Jacksonville
who is ill. Beach and brother and sister-in-law, Years will qualify for offer.
Mr. and Mrs. John Steele were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Boyette of same I
Mother's Day dinner guests of their Jacksonville, came down on Mother's
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Day to be with Col. and Mrs. Wm
Mrs. Lester Walker and family. Wilson and their mother Mrs. Mabel
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wilkison, Sr.. Boyette. Mrs. Wm Wilson received Response to this offer has been Great.... '
had a Gospel Sing out at the Music calls from Mrs. Del Dougherty of
Park May 1st, and there were 210 people Washington, D.C.; Mrs. Jacquelin
present. Lines of Anchorage,Alaska; and Mrs. -
Mr. and Mrs. Benny Wilkison III, Wendie Smyth of Atlanta Ga., on We don't want you to, miss out ----so we
served a Mother's Day dinner for Mother's Day.
their dad and mother Mr. and Mrs. On Wednesday April 28th, Mrs.
Benny Wilkison, Jr. Those presentwere Wilma Wainwright attended the
: Mr. and Mrs. Billy King and graduation of her daughter, Mrs. rlP have extended the deadline until
children of Jacksonville; Mr. and Patricia Brown. She received a _
Mrs. Tony Hodges and son; and Jim degree of Associate in Science in Real Y a w
McCarley of Knoxville, Tenn., Mr. Estate, with Honors, and Associate in June 182SINCE r Ggjl
and Mrs. Benny Wilkison Ill's Arts with Honors.
brother. Mr.and Mrs.Allen Brown attended
Mrs. Geneva Wilkison, Sr., is spen- church at First United Methodist Q r : ws
ding some time with her son and Church with their mother, Mrs.
daughter-in-law Mr.and Mrs Hubert Wilma Wainwright and were her din-
Wilkison, of Live Oak. ner guests on Mother's Day. BRADFORD
Miss Lynn Whaley of Starke, ate : E C
dinner ,with her Aunt, Mrs. Daisy CHURCH ACTIVITIES
Boch, and Grandmother, Mrs. Nellie First United Methodist Church: 1879 *
Wilkison. In the afternoon,Mrs. Kelly The Thrift Shop will be open next
Luke and Erin of Heilbronn Springs; Saturday, May 15th, from 10 a.m. to
Mr: and Mrs. Virgil Griffis; Mrs. 3:30 p.m. at the cfeurch. t
Maines Griffis and children, of Church of God: Revival starts May
Palatka; Mrs.Cindy Whate and Mrs. 9th and will go through May 16th. The I
Robert White visited. speaker will be Evangelist Johnnie .
Mr. and Mrs. O.J, Boyette, Jr., and w. Anderson. Annotated singing and The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Htnven
family; Mrs. O.J. Boyette. Sr. of preaching at 7:30 p.m. nightly. i
Lake City;Mr;and Mrs. Robert Mann Pastor; Rev D.H.Kirkland.

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B That Affect Residents of Bradford, Union and day Counties cgrnvl1} I MONITOR TIM ES i.

Thursday,May 13,1982
B Section

Be it Ever So Humble.?

There No Place Like HomeBy

Tony Burke Williams bases his fees on And while he still gets his and some others who aren't
BCT Staff Writer the square footage involved hand in on the engineering looking for full time work."
The lawn needs mowing but times base-rate side of his business, he is Since the company's March
it's such a nice day outside, beginning to learn about the inception, 22 people have sign-
you'd rather be out playing "Let's say you contract to ed up to have annual exterior
tennis or golf. That door on the have us perform" lawn "I see myself as someone maintenance performed by
porch is sagging and won't maintenance. he says. "A who is coordinating a labor Home. Williams estimates he
hardly open or shut; you've typical half-acre lot would force of people who normally has another 25 to 30 satisfied
been meaning to get cost roughly $75 per month. wouldn't be able to find jobs customers from a buildin -
somebody to repair it, but During the summer we would and at the same time providea engineering standpoint. He is
,' aa1N t4 ,k a keep putting it off. That mow it three times, edge it quality service to the com currently remodeling two
bathroom faucet still leaks... and carry off the clippings. munity at a price they can afford commercial buildings in
that wall you've been mean- During the winter months, we ," Williams said. Keystone.Williams .
ing to build around the would rake it once a month.A Home currently has five has lived in the
garden... pouring a slab for lot of people are charging full-time employees, not coun- Lake Region "on and off since
the patio add-on... $30 just" to mow a yard one ting Williams and "about 15 1971permanently since
time. part-time employees, on 1978." lie is a semi-active
,. Millions of things to do Home's maid service is also standby. This includes some member of the local Jaycee
around the house but
never students, retired craftsmen chapter.
enough time or initiative to figured on a square-foot rate.
really get the ball rolling on "A typical 1,600 square-foot
these projects? Just give house with two baths wouldrun
Home a call.Home about$30 per visit. We fur-
+. Y nish all of the cleaning and
whl 'Maitenance and polishing chemicals and the
Engineering Company in cleaning utensils
Keystone Heights, was begunin themselves."
March of this year by Ar-
On the side
chie Williams. engineering ,
jobs may range from a small
; "Basically, this agency is remodeling job that can be
t w designed to provide the ease handled by Williams and his
of condominium-style living in crew to a complete construction -
the home. For a base fee, job. Home will also workas
Home will take care of your a consultant for those
yard maintenance, plumbing, builders who desire to do their
Y IMtY N"I I j er electrical and any needed interior own work.
6 or exterior repair work,
including a maid service,' Williams has been involvedin
Williams said.Williams construction work for mostof t '. -
his life. Besides working for
., formerly with Emery, he has been on the i.
'\' Bud .
Emery Enterprises, Co. payroll I for several large agen-
(Builder of Geneva Geneva cies including the Alaska < !L.
Home Maintenance & Engineering Archie Williams Condominiums and Pipeline Co., M.M. Parrish, \L'j'
Lakes Estates), is licensedand ,American: Consolidated, .
bonded. Ii, CEICQ, and Dyson and CO.
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JOHN school students present proof of immunization -
: t51L BROWN'S HOME CENTER when enrolling in school
4 ;.. (Fla. statute 232.032): This is usually
kindergarten or first grade but may
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be other grades if the student began
schooling in another state or county
Fleetwood Claremont Effective August 1, 19112. students
Spruce Up Sale who are not in compliance with this
law will be temporary excluded from
$ 8 3 5 7 school Required attandance.immunizations are:
No. 1654Fleetvood ,
4 doses dlptheria whooping cough.
Jackson's" Paint Salecontinues tetnaus (DPT)
"Big 3 doses polio(TOl'V vaccine)
1 dose each measles rubella and

to May 29th 1982 y Stoneridge reasons mumps Exemption must for medical be documented or religeous

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Hurry On DownFamous Irk' Furnished Deluxe, Frost Free HEalth Department or physician's offices
Refrigerator w/ice maker dishwasher (HRS-682, MKS-681)).

$ 3 4 3 6 4 roof, garbage, cedar disposal siding, shingle sliding cerns Please if on you these contact have matters.Kindergarted any your questions. school or principal con-

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COVENTRY EXTERIOR .......n' held the week of !May 17.21 at the appropriate -
c -j tcrubbabla Beautiful, HOUSE PAINT SOUTHERNII Doublewides from 44' to 70'Singles schools.
Students eligible for
Flat Created for I are
latex IioUS
Will Paint this climate. __Paint_ from 44' to 70' =kindergarten if they are 5 years old on
N '" or before Oct. 1, 19H2. Children who
List 14.97 List 20.99 Man more to choose from will be five years old after Oct. 1 but
MNIYM111' I"Now before Jan. 1,1983: ,will admitted to,

nrdal $9"Magical Now 1499 JOHN BROWN'S HOME CENTERSR criteria demonstrates kindergarten established readiness if by the the based BradfordSee child on

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died Friday afternoon in the Veterans; Jacksonville Bertha Griffis of .School and was employed with the
Funeral service were tK'Jd Tuesday sons Thomas Saladin Raulmon of Northeast Florida State Hospital in
inGainesville Law and Elmer Bennett of
L. Carlton May 11 w Harmony, FreewillBapifot Sebring; S.A. Buck) Raulrr&on of Administration after brief Hospital illness. He Jacksonville ley and one grandchild. Macclcnny. He was a member of Pine
Mr Harley I- Carlton. 94. of l Lake Church. Burial followed in Jacksonville Beach and James a Level Baptist Church.
wherehe Funt'rallit'l'V'lc''ti held Sunday
But lor. died Sunday morning in Green the Elxcy Chapel. Cemetery wilh ArCher Hargaret Raulrrson of Lake Butler; was had born resided in Bradford until moving County to Union afternoon in Evergreen were Baptist Survivors include his parents Mr.
Cove Geriatric: Center in Green Cove Funeral Home at take Butler in one sister Mrs. Bessie Harden of Saundersand Ernest Durant Carlton Sr., and Mrs.
Church with Rev. James
Raiford 19
in the Community !
after an extended illn -ij>. Mr of Waldo 6 grandchildren 17 great County Raiford
Springs! charge arrangement He was a member! of Rev Leonard Melton officiating. Elsie Linzy Carlton of ; twodaughters
Carlton was born in L'nton ("oujil\ grandchildren and 9 great great years ago. and Karen
Daxis HaulersonMr Melissa
: :\Ir.Iamit': Evergreen Baptist Church and was a Burial followed in the Brown
where he had resided his entire lifeHo grandchildren. both of Starke; one brother,
in Bradford with
Mamie Davis Hauler-son 9-1. retired farmer Cemetery
retired farmer and a Funeral ,services held Monday
walt a died Fridayafternoon at her were Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Archer Funeral Home: of Lake Butler Eric Linzy Carlton of Raiford; onesister
member! of Harmony Freewill Hapti5tC'hurh. May 10 in the First Christian Louise Thornton of
after Griffis of Raiford three in of the
residence in lake Butter an extended Church of Lake Butler with Rev. Bill Irene Woods ; charge arrangements. Mrs.
Raiford patt'rnaljrandmothl"r.!
Survivors> mi !ude his two illness Born in South Delaney, Rev. Raymond Baer and daughters Mrs. Patricia Raulcrson Ernest Durant Carlton Jr. Eula Carlton of Lake Butler; maternal -
Carolina she moved in Lake Butler of Moniac Ga.. Mrs. Susan Saunders
daughters. Mr Iris Brook of Lake Rev. Joe Allender officiating. Burial Lois ofGreen
> the and of Mr. Ernest Durant Carlton 23.died grandmother Mrs. Linzy
Mrs. llaulerwin was! of Middleburg. PeggyGriffis
Butler and Mrfc. Leola Tuner ofJacksonville years aflo. followed in the Dekle Cemetery withArcher
Monday night from a selfinflectedgun Cove Springs.!
widow of the late J.C. Kaulrrsnn.) and St. Petersburg; two sons, Roger Grif
Mrs. Mabie Funeral Home of Lake Butler.in
wo sister shot.wound. He was born in Lake Funeral services! will be held Thursday -
of the First Christian and Earl Griffis both of Raiford
member fis ;
was! a
Goodman of Starke and Mrs. Purl Church erf Lake But ler. charge of arrangements.Mr. two brothers Carlton Griffis of Butler living most of his life in the at 2 p.m. in Archer Funeral
Pipkms of Glen Si. Htrjr: 7 grandsons. Elisha GriffisMr. Raiford Community. Mr. Durant Home Chapel. Burial will follow in
Griffis of
Raiford and Cljde Lawley;
2 gramfaMw and 1 ,....toranddautih'fl' Survivors include: one daughter, in Raiford.
great graduated from Union County High 'Sapp Cemetery '
)( :Mn Ethel Wekh of Waldo; three Elisha. Griffis 88, of Raiford.r three sisters i Eva Mae Tyson



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Obituaries ;

Starke for Wallace born in Lake but Born and raised! in Alabama, Mr. I
before was Buller,
Lonnie na., and moved here 15 ago many years moving
J, ForehandMr. Vera Miller of Chattachoochee and years
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Plair moved to West Hollywood
nine from Orlando. She was a member of to Orlando, Fla. in 1960. has lived most of her life in Marion I
Lonnic, Forehand,70,who lived grandchildren. Florida and was employed by The
the Faith.Survivors Survivors include his wife, Maxineof County. She was a member of the
on Spring Lake, Keystone heights, Funeral services will be held at 3 included her husband, Winter Springs; a daughter, Linda Baptist Faith.Survivors John H. Leicht Company as a '
Thursday, in the Bethlehem '
died at his residence after p.m. carpenter. lie moved to Starke seven
Monday Collins of include sister
Methodist Church, in Bonifay, with William C. Culberson; a daughter, Orlando and two sons, Ed- one Mrs
noon. He moved here 4 years ago Rev. Judith Ann Bathurst and two sisters die Mack of Longwood and Gary Ed- Donnie Mae Bales of Ocala; four years ago.Survivors.
J.A. Dinkins
and Rev. ;
from Tavares, Fla. Ralph include his wife Mrs.
Mr. Forehandwas
Merchant Betty Tilson and Pauline Meyer all of ward of Starke and four grand- grandchildren, and several neices
officiating. Interment will
born in Bonifay, Fla and was a children. and nephews. Dorothy Plair of Slarke.; Iwo
.service station follow in the family plot in the Lake Winnott. Mrs. Anne Schulz of
attendant lie daughters
was a Graveside funeral services were Funeral services were held Satur- Funeral services were held
.member of the Church of God Faith. C.Bethlehem Jones Fun'raillome Church Cemetery.is in Dewitt of held last Friday in the Eliam day, May 8 at the First Baptist Wednesday morning at Graveside in Starke and Mrs Sarah Doris
Survivors included his wife, Mrs. the charge Cemetery at Melrose, with Rev. Bill Church of Winter Park, Fla. with the Elzey Chapel Cemetery with Rev. Crawford of Sanderson; one son. T.A
Henrietta Jackson Forehand; a arrangements.Mrs. Poppell officiating. DeWitt C. Jones Rev. J.C. Mitchell and Danny Frank Grant officiating. Archer Plair of Palatka; a brother, Wright
daughter, Marion F. Friday of Fayet- Funeral Home in of the Hildebran, grandson, officiating with Funeral Home of Lake Butler was in Plair of Bonifay; four sisters; Mrs.!
Doris E. CulbersonMrs. was charge
tevillc, Ga.; two sons, Max Forehandof interment in Glenport Memorial, charge of the service.Talmadgc Minnie Lee Dykes Mrs. Emma Lee.
Fernandina Beach and Dennis Doris E. Culberson, 63, who arrangements. Winter Park, Fla: and Mrs. Edell Still, all of Pensucola!
Forehand of Houston., Texas; seven lived on Lake Winnott, Hawthorne, Eugene Flair and Mrs. Susie Lasster! of Warner
:sisters: V'ernic Sellers, Ottis Senler- died in the Alachua General Hospital Joseph Edward Illldebran Mrs.Lorene WallaceMrs. Talmadge Eugene Plair, 78, of 621 Robbins, Ga., and 13 grandchildrenand
fitt, and Autney Smith all of Sebring; in Gainesville Wednesday morning, Joseph Edward Hildebran 66 died Lorene Wallace, 62, of Ocala, West Spence Street, Slarke, died 11 great-grandthilarrn.
Era Kemley. Ethel Strickland and May 5, following a long illness. Mrs. May 6 in Selma, North Carolina. Mr. died Sunday night in the Monroe April 29 in Bradford County Hospital Services were conducted Saturday. ?
Jessie Lee Ward all of Tavares; and Culberson was born In Altoona, Pcn- Hildebran was a long time resident of Regional Center in Ocala. Mrs. following/ extended illness. May 2, in I hc'chapel of Archie Tanner


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.." ,1?2 ; driving while intoxicated and failing Crawford was! released on a $200 sure- while his license-- was' suspended.
Juvenile CaughtIn The employee| +iniuiicd medical attention for sexual battery at Union Correctional to exhibit his license on demand. ty bond. Tilley was released under a $200 sure-
according to Patrolman Institution plus four years'for Yeager was released on his own ty bond May 4. '
Attempted Robbery David Crum.: The juv'nilewas detained possession of a weapon by a state recognizance under a $150 bond for Don Robert Richey 50, of Melrose, Peter Davis Quaritius of Jackson-
A black male entered the by DYS at that time but was prisoner. each charge was arrested by Trooper) J. H. Horler, ville was arrested by Trooper D. C.
Suwannce young Food Store onUS released in the custody of his parents April 30, he was charged with driving Roberts and charged with driving
301: south Swifty May 5 at approximately who were not home at the time of the Arrests Made Elvin Lowell Williamson 43, of while under the influence of alcohol while his license was suspended.
1:45: p.m., pulled a knife and demanded attempted robberty. For DWI and DWLS Baldwin, was arrested by PatrolmanW. and careless driving. Richey was Quaritius was released under a $200
all I he cash from the registers. W. Wilkinson, charged with no released after a $300 surety bond was surety bond May 8.
When the clerk; indica t'dIoa$ going >- FSP Inmate Beaten George Glen Harper, 25, of Starke, valid driver's license. Baldwin was posted for the charge. Richey also James Karry Balkcom, 38, of
\ to call the police the juvenile left And Stabbed 19 TimesA was arrested April 17 by Trooper Don released under a $50 cash bond. posted a $200 surety bond for driving LaCrosse, was arrested for driving
Roberts; charged with driving while while his license was suspended! $50
: the store, jumped on hu bicycle and while his license was suspended by
I rode off. Soon after ho was identified Florida State Prison inmate remains license was! suspended. Harper was Henry Edward Crum of Moultric for having no valid driver's, license Trooper Wm. Abrams. Balkcom was
and the 14-year-old juvenile turned in Strands hospital in released on his own recognizanceunder Ga., was arrested May 2, by TrooperDon { and $150 for careless driving. released on his own recognizanceunder
himself! into the Bradford County Gainesville: after being stabbed 18 or a $200 bond. Roberts, charged with driving David James Ballingcr 18, of a $200 bond May 10.
I I Sheriffs Office, according to Investigator 19 times early May 11. while his license was. suspended and Starke, was arrested by Lt. Eston Charles A. Futch,of Starke,was arrested -
Don Denlon. The youthwas Willie G. Rogers, 27, received a James Lawrence Stokes, 24, of Put- wilful-wanton reckless driving. Crum Mo&her, April 30, he was charged with Patrolman N. Jackson May
charged with attempted robberyand punctured lung, a broken jaw and a man Hall, was arrested by Patrolman pled guilty and was fined $39.25 for driving while his license was suspended. by with driving while his
aggravated assault and was! detained possible brain concussion during an Jerry Miller,April 19, he was chargedwith driving while his license was suspended Ballinger was released under a license 10 and charged suspended. Futch was
: by the Division of Youth Ser attack about 7:30: a.m. according to driving while license was and $50 on the wilful-wanton $200 surety bond. was bond.
released under a $200 surety

vices. Superintendent C. G. Strickland Jr. suspended.) Bond for was set at $200, charge. He was released after payingthe
The youth had been in recent trouble The investigation into the stabbing Stokes was released on his own fines. Linda Sue Johnson, 43, of Miami, David Leslie Smith, 28, of Starke,
with the police but had been is pending. recognizance. was arrested by Patrolman N. was arrested by Trooper B. A.
released! from DYS. Earlier in the Rogers is serving a life sentence Danny L. Crawford 35, of Starke, Jackson and charged with driving Williams and charged with driving
day on May 5 he had sprayed mace in plus 30 years for sexual battery and Robert Lee Ycager Jr., 18, of was arrested by Patrolman W. W, while her license was suspended and while his license was suspended.
the girl's restroom in the face of an assault in Escambia County He is Starke, was arrested by Patrolman Wilkinson, May 2, charged with driving driving while intoxicated. Bond was Smith was released under a $200 sure-
employee at Bradford High School. also serving an additional five years! W. W. W.ilkinson. he was charged with while his license was suspended. set at $200 for each offense May 4. ty bond.
Johnson was released rtn.. her own .. uu_ .
Kenneth 1.'. mayo, it, of orooKCr,
recognizance was arrested by Trooper B. A.
Williams May 11 and charged with
Thomas Robert Tilley of Hamptonwas driving while his license was suspended. -

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w rI Abrams and charged with. driving recognizance under a $200 bond.
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11\I For the fifth time in six years, the rifle tram from the 631st Maintenance Michael Rhoden. SP-3 Steve Varnum. PFC Debra Hart, SSGT Terry
ril Company from Starke has taken first place in the annual Taliferro Trophy Hardee and SP-5 Danny Luke, (back, L to H) SFC Rudolph Hutcheson. Senior Citizen Discount
,' Rifle Matches held at Camp Blanding. SP-5 Gene Tanner. Jr., Sgt. Cecil Gaskin and SP-5 Richard Sapp. .-_.
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By John !Miller The 631st second team consisted of time. The M-16 rifle standard weaponfor
BCT Cub Reporter SFC Rudolph Hutcheson, coach and all Florida Guard troops, is firedat
.i For the fifth time in six years, the high scorer; Sgt. Cecil Gaskins, second distances of 100, 200 and 300 yards.
,'J' 631st Maintenance Company Rifle high score; SP-5 Gene Tanner One event in the competition is the
Team from Starke has won the SP-5 Richard Sapp and PFC Debra 200and 300-yard rapid fire string.
Taliferro Trophy Rifle Match held at Hart. This requires the troop to fire 10 It's Sneaker Week At Family Dollarl!
: Camp Blanding. rounds at the 200-yard target within 50
F I Not only did the Starke team capture To qualify for the state matches requires seconds, switch magazines and fire 10 Better Quality '
first place in the April 18 matchto a lot of practicing, and this is rounds at the 300 yard target within 60. 9 9 ,
determine Florida National Guard accomplished on the individual's own seconds. ,9 Court Shoes ?
Rifle Team Superiority, their second Pair And Joggers *

team Staff-Sergeant placed third Michael overall.Rhoden was Starke Family Planning Clinic Compare At 14.991! Choice of nylon, canvas or f
high scorer for the first team followed vinyl athletic shoes In a variety of popular trims.Men's j
} by Sp-5 Danny Luke. The remainder Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied) boys' and ladies' sizes.
( of the team consisted of "
SSGT. Terry Hardee and SP-5 Steve & VasectomiesNo
Varnum. PFC Debra Hart. served as 688Actlon $54 i
the team coach. Hospital stay necessary No Abortions performed
Hardee also won the individual high
score last year, firing the highest- 964-6500 Nylon Joggers with Imitation % Canvas Sport Shoes z
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Twenty Years Lynn has been dispatcher on the to prove himself in this job. Promoted... here May 1-13.Pinning on the new insignia are LtCol.
Of Long Nights night shift watching many patrolmanand Chief Jimmy Bowen said of Lypn, Camp Shelby, Miss.Warrant Officer Darrell Robert Taaffe (right),brigade executive officer and
several chiefs come and go over he sure is a dependable employee, Wayne Hall formerly of Starke is promoted to his 1\Iaj. William Sonnenberg. Hall is the auto I
.. April 28 was the anniversary for the )'cars. dedicated and reliable, he does a fine present rank in a ceremony during the Florida National maintenance technician for Service battery Zd Battalion
Lynn Ormond who has sat at the radioin A victim of polio since childhood ,, job for the department. Guard's 53rd Infantry Brigade annual training 116th Field Artillery, from Haines Citv.
the Starke Police Department for there were not alot of job oppor- According to Lynn he only has 10
the past 20 years tunities for Lynn but' he has managed more years to..ro.I .

I News Briefs '

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St.Mary, was proceeding thru the intersection -
Minor $50 according to
Traffic Trooper B. A
Williams. of US-301 and SR-16 when a
Accident In Lake Butler pedestrian walked from behind a NUTAPJIZE.
vehicle sitting at the traffic signal.
Temple Ewell Ware of Alachua was The left bumper of Freeman's 1978
cited for violation of right of way May Pedestrian StruckAt Dalsun struck the pedestrian on the IIIIIIIII __. lI9AIls 1919. ___ __ 1f6aAp1 _. _
10 when he struck the right rear of a legs( twrr ==: srnrmllrs snaalall ...... Baasa iurmrltmeP taM8xesliaMall ...... ...
vehicle on SR-100 in Lake Butler. US-301 and SR16At -- taaa raaar rsrm Mar --Aaaoa..rr--. .r
was transported to Bradford County -
Ware was westbound in the parking 6:26'a.m. -- .
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approximately : on May Hospital. No was
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on as Annie Crews Hcn- 12.Mannie Gene Freeman,41,of Glen according to Patrolman Jerry.Miller -- -
dricks of Lake Butler was attempting -- -- -- -- -
to turn\ right onto NW 2nd Ave. Ware
failed to yield the right of way and
struck Hendricks.
E Damage to Ware's 1974 Mercury The
was $25, damage to Hendricks' 1980 '-tTh
Pontiac.was $100. _

Car Lunges Butcher Black THE NEW-SHE _-
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The keys left in the car proved a big Phone 9645920Ground c
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granddaughter of Wilman Yeomans
of Starke. The child turned the igni- 1982
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knocking the wall and glass down. Beef
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ImmunizationContinued R t' S THERE'S NEVER BEEN A TRUCK
From Page IB :.i '": 1'9
County School Board. yyy,4.z t Lb. rr BEFORE!
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trance evaluations may be obtained t1411" "
from Lucille Payne, director of curriculums -
at the Bradford County :
'School Board Office and must"be submitted : EVENTHINGSU'CANNEW"SIZE

The before child's July readiness 9, 1982. to enter CUBE STEAK. .. b.1 99 .,liD

school school will psychologist be evaluated, according by the county to IN CHEVY'S S-IOYOU

This criteria will established be followed by by a the parent district.con- ROUND STEAK..Lb.1.99 WON'T FIND IN OUR
ference. If it Is determined that the
child will be successful in the entry
entry program,placement will be ap- CLOSER SALES COMPETITOR'SLATE.ENTRY !
proved. Meats Cut to Order U.S.D.A. Food StampsIf
First Grade EntranceTo Preferred Welcomed
be eligible for first grade in the SMALL TRUCK.U
1982-83 school students must
year 8 til 6 Monday thru Saturday - -
have successfully completed the Open am pm -
kindergarten program. This means Thursday and Friday ill 8 pm A mileage rating this high. 1 A cargo box this long and Towing muscle this strong.
that a child must have attended Closed Sunday for Church J STANDARD |>%7* 1EPA 3 l wide. 5 i Up to 4000 163 prcperlv
kindergarten during school year . 4-CYLINDERrH EST Measured at the floor equipped Chevy S-1O with
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Inc. are weather equipped Some with Chevrolet engines trucks produced 4 1625 Ibs max payload with An engine this powerful.
Mobile Homes Heavy-Duty Payload Option 6
by other. GM affiliated divisions V6 engine and larger tires | S-10 s optional V6 actually
subsidiaries or
(Payload includes passengers has 31 more horsepower than
companies worldwide.See your and cargo I Their payload the competition s biggest
dealer for details
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7 wheelbase) Manufacturers S-10 s doesn t finish that includes a
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dealer Tax
including prep. surtacer chip-resistant
license,destination charges coat g on lower body sides
and other available equipment and acrylic enamel finish,
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Azaleas, $1.50 gal. can. 1977 FORD LTD 2 door PS boat. 75 hp Johnson motor A BEAUTIFUL DECK to HOME PARK mobile home :

Color TV'sAntenna'i Roses shrubbery. Located PB. auto. trans., heater. and trailer Call 533.?319. BATHTUBS REFINISHED In your home. $5.50 per and. .spaces for rent j r&fflcgar

2 miles north of Lawtey on A/C, 60,000 milvi, run Itchg 5/13 your home. Guoronleed. fl. Include treated lumber
Spec In US301. Look for signs. great) $1650 or best offer. welcome
Free estimates $79.95 and skilled labor Call for ( REALTY
7823972. 4/1 Ifn. Cull 782-3896 alter 7 p.m.. WANTEDGOOD
30 & 47
99.95 with sink. Ultra- estimates. Lawtey,
3 M COPIER: Model 209. ask for Harold. Itchg 5/13
782-3577 Glaze. 9648903. tin 7823330. 4/8 tIn -
3/11 Ing room siis.i.
condition 1976 CORDOBA
Very good many
cm pm 17' 'fn supplies. $400, call condition. White w/white CAR family owned
( 964-5606. 4/15 tfn vinyl roof. 207 S. Walnut mobile homes If mortgageis Wash wax and vacuum and operated, we strive North of PHONE 9647776LC\ .
FIBERED' ALUMINUM ROOF St. 8.5 weekdays, or call 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'SMOBILE (inside and out), $15. Corner lo give better price and 301. 10/9
YARD SALE COATING $29.95 per 5 gal. 964-6311. Itchg 5/13 HOME SALES. SR.16 and 301, Signal service, we lollclte 3 BR, 1 BA CECELIITERWILLEGA.. 205 N. Temple, Stark
7 day .
Flbered Snow Whit 1910 MONZA HATCHBACK 964-5606. Open Station 964-8283. 2/4 tfn customer to own their dining

HOUSE OF BARGAINS: Swing Mobil Horn Roof Coating Blue In color. Very good weekly. TFchg AUTO REPAIR: road service tank. We sell or rent central I IWE'RE
l I. Believing 212 Call $34.95 per 5 gal. Starke condition, Standard lire. We pick-up) $100; pick up and delivery 24 tank'! and furnish Hampton. PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
SI.. 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Point Center 964-8181. transmission radio. air, You deliver $125. dims hours Average 1 day ser cylinder. 259-6310, (
Yell cam tee u* at our 4/15 tfnELECTRIC PS/PB. $500 and assume Mobile Home Soles, Hwy. vice. 964-7553. 3/4tfn 7823349. 5/4 4tchg 5/27 LAKEFRONT SPECIAL
n.w location. 3/18 tin B-B-QUE grills payments of $155 per mo. 100 W Starke. 964-5606. BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete EXPERT CARPENTRY, pain.
BIG SIX FAMILY Yard Sal.. new. On stand, $40; tobl.mod.l. Call 964-6545. after 5:30: sharpening service, cir ting, paperhanging. Also BA on with M.H..
TFchg tially $21,500-One landscaped acre
Fri. & Sal.. 9 am til 5 pm. $25. Call 96 -5251 and anytime on weekends. WANTED TO BUY) Coin, cular hand carbide, do concrete work. Free
after 5 p.m.22 tfn 5/13 2tchg 5/20 lease. $225 BR 2 BA. Living rm., dining rm., family rm.,
Furniture, appliances, gold and sterling silver, chain mower blade ,hollow estimates Call Roy, Realtv. Inc. ,
campor lop. cloth.., and GRASS SEED ArgentinaBahlo. 1979 THUNDERBIRC. Power J.R. Bullmgton, 9646250. ground and balanced. 9647455. 5/13 2tpd 520DAVID'S K ITC HE CIlIA stove r frlg., dishwasher.
50 to 1.000 lb. 'lots. A/C auto.
lots of odds and .nds. steering for
3/lBtfn Leave at Jackson Building COMPLETE ROf. Financing arranged
ROOMS carpets.
Dr. Pennington 964-6411. trans.. P/B. Excellent con
Com to* us at 1218 B.s.s.nl FISHING PARTNER: "uring Supply In Varke, FLER Family Hair Care.CutsPerms.Sets.Colars. .
Keytsone weekly 16. Immediate oc-
Rd. Look for sign 4/29 fin dition., Assume payments. on Hwy.
thru Friday.No 9
week Butler.
5/13 MINI TRAMPOLINE for Indoor Call before 5 PM 96 .6633; Heights or Lake Motel
Hchg alcoholic beverages. TFNchg AM 9 PM daily except PALMS pan cy.
HUGE SALE MOVING. Fri. I jogging $75. Approx. after 5 PM call 431-1163. .
Prefer Christian man. ALCOHOLICS Wed. ft Sat.. 9 AM to 6 PM. nished .
4 ft. x 4 It. Call 964-7910. Itchg 5/13
and Sal.. 9 am til 7pm.
Thro motorcycles. Col- 4/29 tfnQUATERHORSEI 197B FORD IMPALA) Four- Share expense I have all ANONYMOUS) Phone 371 W. Macclenny Ave., BR apt., Vlllos-A new concept In lifestyle with low

oman campor, Gelding door. $1 ,ISO. Call required fishing equip 964-5148 or 9647619. Macclenny. 259-6277, 4/8 thly. .; adult housing offering charm comfort ft
pop-up Call
964-5751. Itpd
refrigerator, stove, tools gentle. Saddle, Blanket 7823307. Itchg 5/13 ment. TFchg Btpd' 5/27 STUDIOS. along with energy efficiency. .
lewelry mangoes antique etc. $550. Call 9647910. 1974 FORD PINTO WAGON: 5/13 SEWING MACHINES DAVIS S BROS. Small Motor Ave.. 1 * * * *

clothing., 6 bicycles .22 4/29 tfn New engine. Good running BUSINESS REPAIRED All makes Repair and Lawn Mower CLEAN EXECUTIVE HOMESBeautiful
pistol. 30/30 rifle, couch. AKC BEAGLE Ten generations condition Needs somebody cleaned oiled and adjusted Shop. Sewing machine, rent. On brick home with 8 oc., approx. 2800 sq. ft. *
chair, EVERYTHING FOR pedigree. Female. work. $695 or offer. OPPORTUNITIESWE $15. Work home style and Industrial to prison. ossum. mortg. at 11'Lorg. /.%
SALE. 876 McMahon St., 12" size.. All shots and Please call 964-8591 or guaranteed, James repaired. All work MOBILE ., brick CH&A home. 2300 sq. ft. on 4 lots near

One block south of County wormed $100. Call 964-5467, nights. Keep try NEED DEALERSfor new Strickland, cornea MorganRd. guaranteed. Call 964.6957or mile Keystone. Assu. mart. 5'/ Stove, refrlg.. D/W.

Courthouse on US301. 782-3745. 5/06 2tchg 5/13 ing. Itchg 5/13 stand-up cookbook. Free and Hwy 16. TFNchg come by 368 N. CherrySt. Call limit disposal ceiling fans, frplc.. greenhouse.What .
Itchg 5/13 COASTAL HAY: details. Weist Publishing CHAIN LINK FENCEi Installed All work will be okayedby FRESHLY a way to live. Luxurious brick home near Country

YARD SALE Clothes shoes $2.25-904-529-9003 per bole Call, HELPWANTED COmpany, ((5. Main St.) Free estimates. Handy- George Trull. Pick.up In Stark. well designed.

tomatoes new On.potatoes mile, 1-90 .28 -5111. 5/06 4tchg Dept. S.. P. O. Box 164. Man Fence Co. 964-8559. and delivery available. refrig.. Elegance. Handsom new brick horn In
watermelons. 5/27 Englewood Oh 45322. tfnpd 982TYPEWRITER 4/29 4tchg 520EXPERIENCED roam ., Estates. Finest Insulation frplc.. spring/ waterQuality

of south road on llpd US-301 5/13 east side ALESIA HAY No weeds. Job Information) Dallas, 5/13 4lcchg 6/03 REPAIR; Call CARPENTER: tached : Choice. Magnificent Ig. home Country Club 3

/ SATURDAY MAY 15: 8 AM Highly fertilized. $2.50 per Houston Overseas the Office Shop 110 W. will do general repair mo., call 3 B, HUGE fom.rm., frplc., 2 lots circle driveway
III ?? Household items bale. SR-225, off Hwy. 100. Alaska $15,000 to $40,000potsible. HOMESFOR Call St., Starke. for details work. Roofing and pain. ings. Itchg LAKEFRONT GET YOUR FEET WET.autlfully
small appliances clothing. Call 9647789. 5/06 tfn ((312)) 741-9780. SALE 9645764. tfn ting. Call 782-3669. 5/6 SMALL .. wooded lots 4 5 5 Geneva Creek. Appros. 1

etc SR-100 A. on Griffis. 5-V GALV. ROOFINGi Ext. 4258. Call refundable. GLASS CUT TO ORDER 4tchg 527BABYSITTING Utilities each. Emery Lane, $15,000 eo. or $28.000 both.Silv.r .

Loop. Follow signs.. Itpd 6'-53.65; 7'$4.45; 85.03; 5134tpd03 Doors windows, etc. ) Wanted 9647255. lake. 83' 4 BR, 2 BA fenced larg enclosed shed
5/13 95.72; 106.41 ; MOBILE HOME REPAIRMAN: LOVELY CEDAR HOME. 3 BR, JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY children to love, S-IOO TRAILER .,. picnic area.
SATURDAY 9 AM til, 5 PM. 11'-$7.IO; 12779. We Must be qualified. Must 2 BA with large rooms. 9646078. Orders also 964-7255. 5/6 2tchg 513I LAKE 2 on Geneva Creek with beautiful oak trees. $14.000.Custom .

Clothing, household items. manufacture. Jacksonville.Call have tools and transporta Frplc., 12x20 screened taken In Lake BUtler I WILL BABY SIT In my home ditioned built home. Little Lk. Santa F* 2 Ac.$110,000.Bedford .
assorted disposable plastic toll fro. tion. We furnish parts. porch. Privacy garden 496-3079 and Keystone day or night. all ages. Sue mer. Call Lk.-Owner fin. $77,000.Sliver .
containers and utensils' -800-342-2702.. 5/06 4tchg $7.50 per hour plus 304 a Many extras. One yr. old. Heights, 4734973. 2/26 tfn Starling. 964.7800.56 FOR RENT: lake: 2 BR, 1 BA. $350 Mo. Rent or Buy.
books etc. 321 Butler Terrace NEW WEED EATER: Must mile to and from |lob. Call Assum. mortg. 11 '/, / BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK 4tpd 527PRIVATE maculate BUY NOW ft PROFIT LATER

off Butler Rood. sell. New price. $284. Will Clyde Ellerbee, 964-8741. after 5 PM. 473.7059. 1/21 SERVICE Bradford County CHILD CARE in my port Itpd3'13'r' Butler-One beautiful acre with double wide. Nlc..wlmmnll .
Follow signs. Itchg 5/13 sell for best offer. Call 5/13 tfn tfn residential pump-outs home. Newborn to pre yard $ / pool.

FRI., SAT. I SUN:1974: 964-7910. 5/06 tfn PART TIME OPPORTUNITY SPACIOUS OLDER HOME. 3 $50. We also re-lay drain school Lunch snacks 625 security. .....nt Rd: 3 BR. 2 BA CH/A.

Dodge Van. lawn mower, USED ALUMINUM PLATES: supervising for young Florida BR 1 BA home with 11 ft. lines Phone 964-8121. fenced play yard. limitedopenings. 964-8073. CB 3 BR. I'/t B, with pretty wooded acre lot In town ex
items room 24x36". 25 cents each. Used salespersons
baby living
ceilings; wooden floors; 3 5/28 tfnchgPROFESSIONAL Call 96 -5610. HOMES FOR condition, some financing $41,000.Frame. .
furniture, kitchen in Times Union. Evening
items.2-bikes. knick. printing for minor newspaper.Great repair hours. Must have dependable fireplaces. 5 acres fenced Car CleanIng Itchg 5/13 AC .3 BR, pecan trees 239.17'on paced SRD18. 1.635

.knacks. 347 S. Thompson jobs. Bradford County transportation and and cross-fenced; Many Service. Cleaned LOCKSMITH.BURGLAR refrig.. High ft Dry. 23500. Good Buy I IOwner
\ St. Stark. 964-7313. Itchg Telegraph 764-4305. If n. phone. Call 96 -5165. extras.' 73500. By owner.Lawtey. washed glazed vacuumed ALARMS 24 Hrs. Service. Financing In Lawtey. 3 BR. CH/A. Approx. 1500

SATURDAY. MAY CARPET NEW & USED: Fur. Itrr.UKENING.- 78230515 tfn sanitized and 9645849. 1520 South plus $350 ft. Stucco on 1 ac. pv'd. driveway garage
15SR-230A, Brick home nlture & appliance. IN STARKE AREA OWNER FINANCING: Lake deodorized. $7.00. pick-up Walnut St., at the Outfit No .. 7.99 Ac. on Forsythe Rd. 14x60' MH metal barn. pecan

look for signs. 9 AM til T? Plumb. fixtures, and pipes. Application are now being Bedford, three bedroom, and delivered or your ters. 5/13 tfnBABYSITTING house in apple trees. Grapevine. 38000.
MOVINGGARAGESALEMay BARGAIN CENTER US.301 taken for Florida Time two baths and more. place. Call 96 .7226. ask : I will come to Refrig., ., 63 t 65 Cypress St. Crystal lk. Homesltes. $4,900.

15 & 16. Noon til So.. 964-6679. 2/5 tfn Union morning paper 61500. Phone 4733186. if4r'bennil. 12/1 fJn( ].... your home and babysit. mo:, plus N. Westmorelond-Nearly new. Assum mtg.Excellent .
dusk. Motorcycle bikes, DO.DROp.IN BARGAIN route. Applicants must be 4/29 4tchg 5/20 FAMILY HAIR Have. good "reference. deposit. commercial prop. Many uses. Approx.. lac.
1 lawn mowers, tools fur. HOUSE 301 South. able to post cash bond and BY OWNER: 4 BR. 2 BA on 2 DESIGNERS Have done babysitting for Call I / ft. on 301. Steel bldgs. Extras too numerous to list.Commercial .
.mture, nautical' items. I 1T20 964 6740. We buy and sell have reliable' car and acres. Three yr*. old. 144 W. Call St. six years. 7 days a week ment. 4/29 lot-with 120 ft. on US-301. Good buyl.G.n.vo !
Bessent Rd.. Stark. Itpd used furniture and appliances. phone. Call 9645165. CHI A; large fireplace; "4.73 93'OJI Slarke and Gainesville 3 ROOM Lake Estates- wooded 'I. ac. lots, terms. Clean
513 B13'tfnRECONDITIONED Itchg 5/13 large room; small down Open area. Call 9647292. 5/13 ment, .' rhood w/rolling hills. Tennis/ courts.

GARAGE SALESaturday TV'S: Col. payment Assume 9% T.W.&F. 9 OIl s.l: 2tchg 5/20 porch be Mellon Terrace-See to AppreciatelAcreage'Davis
May IS, 9 AM hIS PM. Early ors starting at $100.00.TradeIn's LAND mortgage. Call 964-7224 Thurs. ;-11 1 AM-III 7 PM NEED A BABYSITTER? Call can Street or St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park?

l American sofa electric welcome. Phone FOR SALELAKEFRONTLok.wood after PM. 5/13 2tcha 5/20 Sot. 9 AM III 3 PM 964.6314 for the best Plenty 5 Acres near Hampton. Well elec. pole, septic tank.
.. .
98212. 6/11 tfn .
trundle bed, end ,
stove I AppointmentsNot of room. Tender lovingcare bath." 4.78 Acres an 230A and Wilson Rd.
FIREWOOD White oak and .
\ tables etc Good condi $5: truckload '. ';j, Always Necessary for all age. Anytime, ment. Also 40 Acres New River. High and rolling.
t tion. Faye III Beauty pine per ;
on 1/7 tIn night or day. Itpd 513Motorcycle
Oak 4x4', $30 half cord. NEEDMONEY pets.
Solon, Raiford Rd., 4V, Crosby lake 1/2 mile west
miles on left (SR.16W). Call Call Sunshine Acres, of Starke on SR100. Highly security ) (>ol u MH'sMijii! ; for u (;inul ?
5/13 I
964-7699. out between IKE'S SAW Itchg
9645874. llpd 5/13 or come restricted lake and lok.acc.ss ?
9:30 am. and 2:30 lots. From $8250. & MOWER SHOP BRICK 4AU" TOIMM!
MOBILEHOMES p.m. and we'II load for Use Your Home and air.
1/28 tfn 1/4 down balance 10 yrs. Powell's Diary baths. 3 9646305Register
NEW you.BUILDINGS at factory. 12%. Rep. on site Saturday Equity. We make Freeze) 1974 550 FOUR HONDA 9645936.
and Sunday May 15 & 16. SALES SERVICE Motorcycle. Run good. 18 MOS
SALECOMMUNITY All accounteH for. All
FOR parts 1st & 2nd Mtgs. _
I structural steel carries. full Sea Cloud Realty, Chain Saws ft Asking $600, will bedroom f
factory guarantee. REALTOR/OWNER Call us for a quote Lawn Mowers negotiate. Call 473-7156 heat and Oil & Gas i
MOBILE after 6 p.m and anytime school
Buildings 10.000 square ((305)776-0390.) 5/13 tfn 964-5010 on
I HOMES: Factory owned feet to the smallest 1,200 FREE OAKFIREWOOD w.ek.rds.B tfn 9645559. 308 S. Thompson Street
and operated. Singlewides square feet. Must sell im
starling at $7995; mediately. Will sell cheap. .- near Gulf
doublewides starting at Call toll free While It lasts. Plus FREE VACUUMSALE PM. .

13995. US-301 N. Starke. 1-800-248-0065 or TREE SERVICE scrap wood. Com by Sunshine IN "
964.8741. 4/8 tfn. l-BOO-248-0321. Ext. 777. bedroom '
Siml-Truck Drlvtn
Whitehead'sTree Acres Workshop ing Char-Broil 964tS888\ FISH
or Heavy Equipment SR.16 W. 9 AM til' 4 PM NEW & USEDWe / :
Oscai.s hal' LIUIIy Service
Jt. .9t I TM-Fuss Monday thru Friday Finance Our Own bath. No Gas Grill COOKER

uud 1-IOO34254FOR .. LICENSED INSURED 964-7966.5/6 2lchg 513WANTED KIRBYS please. 12 Duel Burner Elec. includes; Hot *
__ ROYALS 964 6234. 20 lb. Tank Winning Adjustable Regulator
Realtor MOBILE 18<13 Cooking Are Burner Pot
SALE ((904)) 752-4356 I EUREKAS )
.. . Springs (
904-782-3931 New t Used Wood Pallet Collect HOOVERS Call "' 149.95 69.95 i

Mode to order. Also have Lake City. Florida : ELECTROLUX MOBILE I

5- THESE SPECIALS I $2.used Com pallet by Aist.SunshIneAcres sIzes, Cash Available FILTER SEARS QUEENS two tioned.On Free tank of gas w/purchase of any new grill

*3 BR, 2 BA Mobile nome on I oeres. florn utility shed Workshop SR.16 W. CarperttryvorkGlen We Buy 1st & 2nd COMMERCIALWe 964-7625 ----
$24.000 cash.
screened porch. $26.000 fermi. born, 9 AM III 4 PM Monday thru Nettles & repair all makes
p..5 Acres, well and pump. septic rank light pole 9U.7966. 5/t Mtgs. Call us for a "
Friday 2tchg
Arthur Masters BANKRUPTCY
wMMfy shed screened porch. $15,000. Al Young'sSlnce'1957
52\/ Acres, septic tank light pole well and pump. 5/13 Ftce Estimates quote., A" 101f

porch s 2'/ Acres$4.2.50.barn. utility shed.. J8.750. MOBILE HOME .Low Prices 964-5010 964-6918 c
.Excellent References

P.O. DRAWER M Hwy. 301 S. lewtey. F'. 32058 SERVICE 100 AMP POLES S84-5133 sr 984-8883 3 Win north of, Thursday, May 27, 1:00 P.M.

'160.00 Start M US 301 Property Divided and As A Whole

BANKRUPTCY Property of J.M a Bitty Edwards Of Dior
RentalsU.S. 200 I AMP WellDrilling Chapter 11 Keorgenitetion by Parcel Liquidation-tor, Northern District of Florida
'250.00 Bankruptcy Court, Bankruptcy Case No. 79-00097 and 79-00098

Located 2 Miles SW of Starke on Edwards Road Off U.S. 301
301 North Starke 964-8807 Call Anytime A\lc j.iOIf
Bradford County 401 Acre Fine Cattle Farm
PS. . . . p. .
"Things to Rent" 468-1187 Waldo 2" thru 6" a Rowell Lake Frontage-over 4,000 feet of frontage on beautiful. Lake

Fast Rotary a Spacious Home-4.000 square feet of country living al Its best.
"For Every Event Shop & Compare REAL ESTATE Drilling Equip. 5 bedrooms. 3 full baths 2 half baths custom kitchen extra

Special Insurance for 6 FARMS In 4 COUNTIES State LicensedPumps large fireplace 2 story and morel l

We Now Offer Lawn Service Mobile Home! Parks Each Offered In Parcel' or At A Whole . . . . b Pecan Grove 90+ trees for extra income

Let Us Cut Your Lawn Call Us At ."All types of homeowners J May 27, 2f and 29 Workable barns and outbuildings
-r: a Perfect building and mini farm sitesj
rl: 964-8807 t policies for . . . . .
I She Chapter 11 Reorganuations for Northern To be offered In parcels and as a whole. Keep this property Intact and

mobi le'homes. District of Florida Bankruptcy Court. New&UsedSales.PartsService build a fine livestock operation. Everything you need is here-a country ;;.

Call for Quote home barns. fences and plenty of grass and water S
L I Trsct, May 27, 1.00 P.M. .
Olln's Mobile Bradford E-Z TermsPlumbing ALSO at Bankruptcy Auction May 29, 4.00: P.M. 3:
County.402 t AcresTracts . .. . .
." Property ot Leon t Mary Ellen StanFord Debtors In Possession Cue No. Bt-OOO2a ...
2-3 May 21. 10 00 A MTr
.el4. May 28. 400PM Alachua County 801 Acres and Farm Equipment

Elaine M. Olin Agent Olkhrl.1 County. Tract J-430 t acres, plus farm . . . . This row crop/development property has (frontage on U.S. 301 located
Opening Vegetable 964-5606 equipment Tract 3-208 t acres. Tract 4-180:acres New Installation In city limits Waldo.. FL 15 miles northeast of Gainesville,

Tract May 29. 1000 A MSuwanee All sales will be subject confirmation of the court. ...
Packaging House Remodeling Repairs Terms 0%down balance at closing In 30 days after court confirmation. ..
County. ISO t acres 11
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\ Tract 8 May it 4 00 P M Lansing J. Roy Attorney for Debtors
For Season. C LIMEROCK Alachua County.'80 t acres JJurranccPUMP Keystone Heights. FL 9044734352For

4 not but DRAIN ROCK e Turns: 10% down balance due at closing 30 day p . . . . brochure or information on these two properties and four other .i
Experience necessary alter court confirmation & farms totaling 1480 acres in Bradford.. Alachua Suwannee and Oil- :;:

[helpful. Apply In person with SocialS | GRAVEL ROCK< Lansing J Roy Attorney for Debtors SUPPLY Christ Counties contact: '

{Security Card: No phone calls. Keystone Heights' FU 904/473-439

Write or call for broenure or inlormtlion" S. . .. . The Auction Way Company i
864 NeThinpie '
ANY AMOUNTPH. The Auction Way Company Aa1eeSt Gerald A. Bowie & Associates

.j 782-3172 Ky Gerald A. Bowie 6 Associates r. t Fl.9647O61. tsv,2, ((404) 8843062. !

Market 404/884-3062 . ..' . . ..
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May 13.19H2 Page 711e

I From Hobby To Doll-ing Best in Sho* a 4y7

Ily l.liidaVliurlon mils. They nijj liitr i".i. it > ...s'..i. (cresting and colorful hobby for Sarah
MtlMIMitorDiscovery faces and their hair may be fallingout Lagassec came from the attic\ of one
!S.t of two old dolls laying but then their costume may be in of Keystone's early residents Gertrude t $l4 ,,. ';
t:: idle for years! in an attic trunk, trig good shape, she stated, showing one Houser who presently resides
1f gered something inside Sarah such doll whose dress was almost in at Park of the Palms.
.s: Lagassec possibly that mothering In- perfect condition.
::: stinct-and inspired one of her several Many of the dolls she entered in the One is a wax doll dating back to
M:::: hobbies. Doll collecting and restoring Doll-ings Show belong to her Miss Houser's mother's childhood
days in the mid-1800s. Its face was'
t them to their natural state. daughter Sonia Seigler of Melrose.
Her hobby of 10 -12 years led her to While recovering from an injured disfigured by the heat of a fireplace
the recent Best of Show Award in the foot, her daughter brought Sarah when unknowingly its small owner
placed it there in effort to keep her
7th annual Doll-ings Show held in the several of her dolls to "fix up" while an
favorite warm on a coldwintt'r's
Gainesville Mall and
numerous first she was off her feet.
second and third place wins in the Two of these, a Drum Major and nightWrapped
= adult category for her entries. Majorette dressed identical to the in a towel, she .awaits
Taking the Best of Show Award was 1957.58 Bradford County High School reconstruction.
f an original Madame Alexander World band leaders! won her a first place "When I find some place to take P'
War II 'WAVE doll that Sarah ribbon in the show. her, I'm going with her," said Sarah."I : ii' $
restored to her original appearance. Another first place winner was a lit wouldn't leave her anywhere." ;
l. She Is dressed in an authenic gabar- tie black wired china doll which dates
dine uniform, complete to Navy brass back to 1956., The other doll she found in the old

buttons, khaki shirt and tic, and hat Two five inch dolls, a bride and her trunk was Miss Houser's doll when
t with the gold eagle emblem. bridesmaid, took a second place rib- she was a little girl. It is a German
Mrs. Lagassee has several of the made Floradora A.G.M., 75-78 years

Madame Alexander dolls in her col- bon."These arc called 'frozen dolls' that old.

lection Shirley Temple, Scarlet date back to 1954," Sarah explained.Her Her body is made of kid leather and
O'Hara, Laura from the Little Women collection also consists of many was "leaking: (as it is called when a fl
collection, and the little cloth china foreign dolls two of which earned hera tear occurs and the stuffing begins to r r
face "Little Muggins" baby dolls. third place ribbon. These are two come out) when Mrs. Lagassee ac- f a I
"When Madame Alexander dies 7"a inch tall German dolls, a girl anda quired her.Sarah 4r 1 I -.-
i (she is in her 90's now) her molds will boy, dressed in their native q.. .,,, .r
enlisted) the of another
be broken said Sarah "which will
t costumes. These were brought toSarah's
1 avid doll collector and member of the
make her dolls
of collector's :
even more a daughter from Germany by a
20-mcmbcr Club of
t item." friend back in 195960. Doll-ings .0
i Sarah gets most of her dolls from Little Red Riding Hood brought a Gainesville, Lewis Wilson" of Melrose. -
: individuals. This one, the WAVE, she third place ribbon for Sarah along repair the "leak

i purchased from another Keystone with a two inch miniature handmade Her head, arms and hands are Sarah with her
: resident. Mary Shaughnessy. made of bisque and she appears with Luggussee uwurds und dolls.

: "I buy them because I like them," doll."This doll. is molded out of deep set, almost life-like royal blue
t Sarah said. "I would never go to an "Sculpey" a pliable clay like eyes that move. Her smiling hand- "Ruth," the name given to the Sara She still has the original clothes! I ni't
: auction and spend thousands of material which is baked at 300 painted features give a glimpse of dull by her first owner, but lace trimmed pantalettes, a brown When Sarah gets "Kuth" all fixed
1 I dollars for a doll." degrees" Sarah explained.The white pearly teeth. thinks it might be a little too dark for with printed top one-piece dress with up. she will cuter her in the next Doll- I

!! "I've bought some for as little as 25 dolls that inspired this in- Sarah ordered a new wig for her coloring/; jacket and a blue velvet capo and bon- ings! Show set February 12, 19111.II ; .

E Starke Shriners Hope to Beat oOwn :Fund-Raising Record I I IThe

I Starke Shrine Club, which will ling on them again this year", President be served until 4 p.m. for only $3 a contributions with the, thicken dinner makes no distinct ion ol race !sex color Shriners and t their hospital colleagues!
f hold its annual fund-raising dinner Mullins says. plate. "Eat it there with us or take it and their annual paper sale which or creed. They need only know t hut du the rest! That you hate helped I is a I
t and parade on Saturday May 22, illustrates The gala parade which is now a home". Chairman Cruce says. The comes in the full. a child needs help that Ins parents! great unnfui-1, to a ShI' lwl'. and they
l one of Morocco Temple's mandatory event for all Morocco entire profit will go to the Crippled Cost! 1 of operating/;{ the 18 !shrine orthopedic canno' "ffnrrl Tho ri'ri-fo/! wearing hope ill is also to Lou!
finest examples of dedicated com- Temple marching and parading units, Children's Fund. We are expectingthis hospitals! and 3 burn institutes -
.t munity involvement. gets under way at 10:30: a.m. from chicken dinner to be the largestwe has risen! sharply. So, as you
; Last year the Starke Shriners! gave Bradford Square Shopping Center."It have ever sponsored", Cruce can see, the Starke Shriners must! t I LIMITED TIME ONLY 1
over $16,000 for the care of crippled will be the finest, most! colorful slated. An invitation is extended to raise at least! t $10,000 on the chicken I
f and burned children. For the size of parade ever", Parade Chairman every citizen of this area to come and dinner this year in order to help i I II'
the club and the area, the Bradfordand Richard Cunningham predicts. "We bring their families The Shrine defray (the medical costs! of the eight/;{ aA OJ ( part of Clay County) Shriners are looking for at least! t 50 Shrine- Clowns, marching units and various crippled and/or burned children they I' ,
I are likely the fund-raising record connected units plus many local units. colorful musical units will be all sponsor.! These! children are from LOT
holders of Morocco Temple. We hope to have some Gator Coaches around to make May 22 a great test ive Bradford County and surroundingareas. $
"We are out to boat our own record and football players Commissioner day in Starke. They receive complete P'HOOO.OO964-6853
f in 1982 and with the continued fine of Agriculture Doyle Conner and his The Starke Shriners plan to raise medical treatment at no cost whatsoever S64-6863r
,bE help and cooperation we get from our horse. Trigger, and many other most! of the annual crippled children to their Camil)'.. The Shrine

. non-Shriner friends and neighbors, dignitaries", Cunningham says. LON6Q HAM HOMES IN Q
i we can do it", says Starke Shrine Club Noble Bill Cruce, who is chairmanof ,
. President, R.S. Mullins. "The the large chicken dinner committee Ads
: citizens of Starke and surrounding planning the main affair says the din- Classified Classified Ads STA KE FLA
communities have always been very ner will begin at 12 noon at the Starke Get Results Get ResultsKeystori&Heights

i generous in supporting Shrine crippled Elementary Cafeteria The delicious III t 3/4 AVAILABLE'
fried chicken and "trimmings" will 1
children programs. We are coun- ,

A; Ads .
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{ lake In Hillcrctl. $800 HALl, SR21. CARPENTER WORKI 1961 CHEVROLET COO 3BR.2 BATH mobile home on Andrews Call apartment redecorated on
i down. $146.44 per month. Saturdays 7 p.m. Public In. Remodeling work, kitchen Pickup Truck AM/FM 2 acres. $27,000 with 413.3411.4/1 tfnchg.Drugs. Lake Santa Fe. No pets, ; 1134310 Removal
{ Phone 473-4058 ort vited.4/1 tfnchg cabinets, and trim 8-Track stereo. Body in owner terms. Keystone OFFICE SPACE single or $150 per mo., utilities In. .
t 473-4367 alter 6 p.m.5/1 ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSi carpenter Reasonable good shape. Six cylinder Heights Really Inc. double rooms available., coded. 475-1602 or 4734252 er Trimming
- tfnchg Closed Call 473-2477, 7:30: engine. Excel condi. $700 REALTOR 473-4961 4752221. Itpd S/6
prices paved parking.
AND ACREAGE. 2 BR DELUX Mobile home, Free Estimate
meetings Monday p.m. 5:30 4/1 tfnchg. Call 4732845. 3tchg 429tfnchgDEERWOOD
a.m. : p.m Keystone Office Center -
Keystone Heights, owner Open meetings Friday 8 CARPENTRY AND MASONRY 4/29-5/13 HILLS large 475-2160 after 4/18 Central H/A, furnished on
financed 12 percent In p.m. Alanon, Monday 8 WORK Building patios, DATSUN 210 A/C, Fm/AM bedrooms, 2-full baths tfn chg. p.m. Lake Geneva. $197 per Repairs Of Major 473.4732
terest. Lots on clear, sand p.m. All meetings at additions, remodeling, radio, rust proofing 18,500 doublewide M.H. on 1,000 Sq. Ft. to opprox. mo. Near Keystone Electric Appliances
bottomed lake, priced to Educational Building, Com- homes and tile work. Free miles, light blue, excellent 2-acres $21.000.WOODLAND 1,400 ft. Directly In Heights on SR-100 After 5 P.M.
sell from 9900. On. to munity Church 473-2790 or estimates. Phone 473-4473 condition. 3900. Call DRIVE -3-BR, front sq.of Post Office 473-2722. I 1tchg 5/6 Serving Bradford C
five acres ov.rlookinglake 475.2130.4/1 tfn chg. day. 4tpd 5/5 tfn 473.3411,5/13 tfnchgWANTED 1 Bath, 1.400 sq. ft. Cen HeightsCall ON LAKE GENEVA, 1 BR. Living Clay Counties Keystone Heights
p (access available) with OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo during tral H/A 38000. Call Keystone Rm, Bath, Kit., partially
I: nice trees from $3,600, dues, fees or weigh- YARD WORK -Mowing, haul Keystone Heights Realty "473-2149/ .or 473-2014 "tchg15.56. furnished. Nice for singleor Laer.sse Ilvd. Ksjilsiis

r $500 down $50 a month. ins, open meetings Tuesday ing, raking laying sod, Inc.. REALTOR 4734961. 3BR 2 BATH, furnished couple. 6 mo. lease. No
: Pets$150 First last, security -
Commercial frontage- 7:30 p.m., St. Anne's housework, windows, any USED WILSON T-2000 tennis tfnchg mobile home 4-miles N.W. ,
: Investment opportunity Episcopal Church, type work. 4751720. Freeestimates. racquets, call 473-2210 or 513HELP of Keystone off C18. Central deposit. 4752064. 5/13 TH. l.
SR-21N. Owner-salsman. Keystone Heights Thur.day,9:3O tfnchg
i 4tpd 4/29-5/20 after 5:00 Ii
: p.m.tfn air.$220 per mo. \
: 4734375.51 tfnchg : a.m.. CommunityState ELECTROLYSIS Is the only pd24OPPORTUNITIES; WANTEDHELP Keystone Heights Realty . . Get Your GradSomething I D..IC.
BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA Bank of Starke. method of permanent hair REALTOR "73961.22 Free Estimates 1\\ SHOP \
I. access lots from $5,500 473-2790 or 9604.8581.1 removal. Amy's Electrolysis WANTED. EMPLOY tfnchg '0. Cd
$500 down $71.74 per tfn chg. 470 LawrenceBlvd. MENT SALES Dealers MODERN 2 BR, 2 Bath homein .ae
I month.' Discount on entire BINGOLion Club across 473-7033 5/6 tfnchg Agents, Salespeople The Keystone. $300 per Expert J ::. "
for r
10 acres. One Waterfron from high school. FLORIDA'S FIRST COUNTRY Security and Protection month. Call 4733490. Itpd College
. lot. Call 473-4375. 5/1 Tuesdays, Early Bird 7 VILLA Specializing in the WE NEED DEALERSfor new business offers the most. 5/6 .-1 w
i tfnchg p.m.: Regular 7:30 p.m. care of senior citizens.475.2499.3tchg stand-up cookbook. Free rewarding incomes 'Pr.. 2 BR MOBILE HOME. Privatelot Yard Work
'CLEAN. CONFORTABLE 90" Public Invited. 4/1 tfn chg. 5/13 5/27 details Weist PublishingCo.S Entry Protector" Burglar on small lake. $140 per
gold sofa. Only $75. See at CHILD CARE Between 1 '/ Main St.), Dept S, Alarms. Free Details month 473-2272 or
I} Monitor office or call to 5-years old. 5-days a P.O. Box 164 Engl.woad, Distributors, Box 14361 4733542. Itpd 5/6 475-1720 -- Starke Ads- .. --
I 8 1' 4732210. 5/1 tfnchg Classified Ads week lunch 4737190. Oh. 45322 4tchg 5/13.6/3. LRM, Orlando Fl. 32857

:!,:30_ FT.S AI HIGH_sod..TV,.conn.ct.d antenna.dI .. Get- Results 1tpd 5/13 3tchg 5/13-5/27 * * I Help WantedGainesville I

} 47i2210J429"rlnchgINSURANCE: :
Sun Route

1 .. .. Union County Ads <; FOR SALE ELECTRIC PIONEER CO. Carriers StarkeLawteyRaifordmust needed for

Welding Shop have reliable car
Ceiling Fans & and cash bond.
HELP WANTED FOR SALE FOR SALE FOR SALE and equipment in Trailer Poles Also door to door

BUSINESS 3 BEDROOM. 3 BATH 1978 Ford LTD 4 door, Hampton. Selling GOLDOST 782-3065: solicitors needed for
CB/BRICK HOME With extra small engine$2595. Ray area. Call
160 S. Lake Av., lake MANAGER For non profit :And farm equipment. due to health If found contact
Butler. 4963978. Complete organization. Port Itm. to large swimming pool Good condition. Call for Powell 496-3377 or poor 964-8170
Insurance Service. TFN start. Bus. admin., landscaped yard, severalout more Information.' 496-2870 nites. Phone 485.1244 496-3711 (8:30-5): ) Help Wanted
economics and accounting buildings, with 2-5 496-2773 9-7 496-2271 (after 5)
training required. 3 years acres, located on SR 18 2tpd 5/6 5/13.evenings p.m. after 6 pm Reward Offered Barber or Beauty

FOR RENTTYPEWRITERS ."P.r. Salary neg. Send near Worthington finance Springs Call, 1966 OLDSMOBILEt Good AAA rig If returned Stylist needed in FOR
resume to Community owner condition. AT $400. Phone
496-3625 after 7 TFN REAL ESTATE Starke full or part-
of N. Fl. p.m.
AND ADDING Health Services 496-3644, 410 SW 4th Ave.
MACHINES FOR P.O. Box 908 Live Oak. 4 2/4.RENTAL HOMES. COM lake Butler. 1tchg 5/13. AGENCYPh.. 752.0577 BIDS NEEDEDNeed time, good commission RENT
RENTi Union County Timer 2tchg 5/6 5/13. 171 PONTIAC SUNBIRD: 4 Call 1200
3 shop
MERCIAL BLOC and spaces
Lake properry condition, frame house to be remov-
85 SW 2nd Av. speed good
SR 100. Commercial HairDesigners ft. Ideal for
Butl.r. Phone 496-2261 for REAL on $2800. Phone 431-1909. Custom built, 3 BR, 1 B, Family sq. ea.
more Information. TFN Beautiful site lake on front SR121.homeon Ichg 9/13. Brick home 2 acres of ed from premises at 505 S. at contractor light
101. ESTATE POTTED CALADIUMS $1.50to (landscaped lawn. Many mfg., repair shop or
lots. Contact
large Area to be cleared
$5. Gallon site"' extra features. Terms, Lake Ave. 9647303.

Get Classified Results Ads LOOKING piece of property FOR a -special If I 4962101.Farmers CHEVROLET and TFN Dealers 3/18.MALIBU Bank 4 $1.50.ligustrum Eucalyptus and Viburnum Treees owner Attractive financing.3 BR, 1 B and all debris to t>e removedand storage.CALL

don't...have.JANE It, I'll S.find USHER ItJustask 1977 door, 350 engine AC. AT, Garden$6. Contrary, SR 121 Mary's in home, fenced yard front left clean. Bids will be accepted liwzq Pi 1-904-772-7980

REALTOR 496-2126 or PS, $2.000 neg. Phone LaCrosse. Phone 462-1561. A bock. Large Oak shade
C.V.'s 496-2903, .'1.... "Your 496-3194 Worthington Spr Closed Sunday and Mon tr.... Carport with utility at F&D Bank until 10

Union County Realtor tfn ings. 2tchg 5/6 5/13. day. 2tchg 5/13 5/20. ream, central air, priced Friday May 21.
lam _
FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE $175 thr.door side-by Sedan AC radio, heater, Unique 3 BR..] B home, I
NEEOSiCall V.n.ra Brown side$300. never used double good condition. Con- EQUIPMENTUSED
very central air wwcarpeting.
SAW MILL 496-3022, Sandy Hazen bed-cost over tact Millard Crawford This Immaculate FOR SALE CHAIN SAWS
'' 4943994.v.or Gerrl1..".- $250-now$140. new queen 496-2133 after t p.m. 3400 Poulan 13" Bow
496.2425'CYPRESS non 4963140. Tiffin and bed $165, Sera twin bed home could be Complete irrigation system. 65 Husky 24" Bar
Owens Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 $60 bund beds $100. your. Includes many.
Box 788. Lak. Burls FL. washer $150. dryer $100. PERSONALSERVICES tr... Terms. International engine (recently XL2 Homelite 12" Bar

LUMBER tfn chg. 8/6. Early American sofa' and *If you have good credit, overhauled reel Super 2 HomeUte
I OR 2 ACRE LOTS For sale chair $20O. hlde-a-bed don't be mislead. Financing pump NEW Bar and Chain

PECKY with or without mobile $100, mlcrowolve $250.< CUSTOM MADI DRAPERIES 'Is available at attrec' traveler and 2,000 feet of pipe USED UWMMOWERS
CYPRESS home. Water, septic tank, plaid sofa and chair $145. Free estimate. Local live retes. Let vs assist In ,...,. 19" Snapper Push w/bag
owner will finance. Phone wood dinette $I 50. French distributes for 20 and 30 foot 1 n.rawn
completelywashable for in lengths. $11,000 : 22" MTD Push
(Width up to 22 In.) 4962308. TFN 4/29. Prev. twin bedroom suit nationally arranging financing. ..,w war e.d1.1.4.. Isis don dweir
Coca-Cola bottle with $179 stove your purchase. '_ mMMxdffcmM. AtHwpow HAPPY lip 24" Pro-high wheel
CUSTOM 13: 6 ounce mattress advertised GardsetteDraperies. cash. Contact F&D Bank Mr. MCI MUMCM wot uwd 01)1 frvmnc ox-
from Lake Butler. Prlc. no $100, queen bedroom suite saw Enterprises Notary Servicefor nil Ml*.HAPPY JACK MUCK*50. 'wa f selfpropelledMiniWeedyWeedeater
SAWING obiect.( William V. 5lfert. $390, 759-2397 Providence, Ed or Loma Union County Howards at 496-2101 Monday- ir.d at.I dhee,.b,U L IPA gena real.
dn t CoMns NO Imkn
4 mil. W. of SR-121 P.O. Box 6222 St.P.t.rsburg Itchg 5/13, Stephen. 4962219. John Longford Jr.. .. a ees"yn.... 321 S. Wtfmt. Stark
CK-U. Beach Florida 51 I I80TFN. Realtor Associate Friday 9 until 2. t._b..edq. .wow 9&41511I
on 33736.3tpd 5/13 5/20 3/27. 496-3114 I.._-... .o.t II 4.i44 sctsseo


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I H, I ,'I'! "1', Judge Pierce Attends Judicial College: '

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'" ,,, '" \, .. -. .". ... The Honorable George H. Pierce. in Gainesville on the campus of the cedure, summary procedure, funds.gram was The Florida provided Supreme through Court Stale is
., I ,f "" .. Judge for Bradford County, Starke, University of Florida, during the criminal law and procedure, appellate the State agency responsible for administering
Florida attended the 1982 Florida week of May 2 thru 7, 1982. The college courts, first appearance, probate these monies. On behalfof
Judicial College. This regular orien- is a joint activity of the Florida mental health prcecdings, con the Florida Supreme Court, the Office
I .J 1 ., ". tation training event was conducted conference of Circuit Judges and the tempt, sentencing, judicial demeanor of the State Courts Ad-
.' County Judges's Conference. juvenile proceedings mlnistratlor assisted the County
j: domestic relations, landlord and tenant
Judges' Conference and the Florida
\A' Disabled Veteran NewsAll Participants took part in mini- traffic and evidence. Conference of Circuit Judges, which
courses covering topics such as: Funding for materials
.' consultants were responsible for the
American Veterans program
ethics jury trials civil and
members and their families Judicial pro- judge participation in the pro- design.
and all
I Disabled Veterans are invited to attend "...,. """" .......,. ,.., """'" .""",, =-"' -..._,. __--_ .
the next meeting of the DAY
Chapter No. 61, Starke, on May 13,
I 1982 at 7:30: PM at the Pratt Street I 4 Always Ready To Serve
Recreation Center on W. Pratt Street, -J Calm and Friendly
next to the Bradford ..:.
?vnia Martin E. County Jail. t r' A calm and friendly voice answers your phone call to DeWittC.
Kapellen (CMDR .Jones Funeral Home at any hour of the day or night.

I rr"f;-,, Inmate Tlower Show Comfort
This is an introduction to the comfort that comes from know-
Set May 20-22 at UCI ing that competent and friendly people are serving you.
The 22nd annual Inmate flower Immediate AnswersThe
show at Union Correctional Instituteis DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home staff is prepared to leave
set. for May 20-22( at the EmployeesClub. immeolately to answer your call.

Open to the public, attendees; will
DeWitt C. Jones
receive a free souvenier plant.
refreshments will also be provided.
Times for the gala event are: Funeral HomeStarke
t41, t'
'f '. ,I Thu. May 20: Noon 9 p.m. Keystone Hgts.
: z -" J....... Fri. May 21: 9 a.m. 9 p.m. 964-6200 473-3176
7 : ; .rniJ < Sat. May 22: 9 a.m.3pm..

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J t'rd.. 301 S. _-.. Prices Good

Fl. % ; 2_ May Thru 16, 1982
iStarke __ _

Top WahlI'lght'cppts certificate congratulations! from Ou\.
Bob Graham. Itrlim.: A view of the award-winning, inmate-constructed
chapel building. MAY SUPER SAVINGS

LCI Chapel Takes Award I

Lawley Correctional Institutions been constructed by inmates.
inmate-built chapel has received an "Although it blends in with the RAINBIRD@
award of "Special Merit" from other buildings on the grounds, it is, to Little T.G.&Y. DELUXE
Florida Governor Bob Graham.It us, a very special-looking building. It
was the architectural excellence is not like one you would see in cities Impulse Playmate lawn Mower
which won one of the eight coveted because it is purposely nondenominational -
certificates for LCI. Lawtey's. merit in appearance." said Sprinkler IGLOOS Stock No. W0822 Reg. 159.97
award was presented by the Governorto the superintendent PS.125 ,by
the Department of Corrections Graham's design-award program is Reg. $9.99
Secretary Louie L. Wainwright.The the only one known of its type in the Reg. $14.99
award received by the facility nation and it is open( for nomination
was the only prison to( receive such from both state and local govermental -
recognition.The entities. A 10-person( jury judgedthe
chapel was designed by the architectural (entries to select the winners and $13000
firm of Kemp, Bunch and in its announcement, the jury commented $1 000 $767
Jackson. All construction work was that it was impressed to find \. 5 sPe \.
performed by Lawtey inmates duringthe that the users themselves formed the SP
less than one year building period. chapel's construction crew ,
Governor Graham, in reporting the The awards announcement stated
seleclon of the Frederick H. Owen Jr. that "the craftmanship and care that ,
Memorial Chapel and the other recipients are evident throughout are of good .
stated: quality, resulting in a chapel which is Auto. 20"' 2
"Florida makes a significant investment a commendable piece of work." Fertl 'IIZe.1.. Lsiv Bug- Speed
in its public capital outlay BreeZ: Box
program each >'ear. It is appropriatefor
us to evaluate the results of Ihat FLORIDA SCREEN
investment by reviewing the overall :: :. FAN
developmental success of facilities THEATREStarke Reg. $29.97' Reg $3.99.

after they have blIln actual use for
\ I\ their intended purpose." 964.5451 Reg $21.99
Lawtey Superintendent James
': Wainwright expressed his pleasure at Fri., Sat., Sun.

; commended receiving the inmates announcement and supervisory and Showtime: 7:00 8:55: $ 97 $ 29pti

staff who made the project possible. JACK NICHOLSON 2 2 3 $1796c 1
He noted that the chapel is the only ,In i. i.
building on the compound which has 5P"'

,: Card of Thanks

r The family of Elizabeth Brown THE
would like to express their deep appreciation BORDER
i for the many gifts of kindness CORONET CHAISE
we received during our loss. We '
r send bpC'cialthanks to the people of Garden 12" Oscillating
Hampton and throughout Bradford L A UN1VER5.AL-KKO PICTURE Hose Lounge
e tew u.v..wannwoawa.
the County and a very bpt'cialthanks to 100% Vinyl '/" DIameter FAN

ushers.The Elizabeth Brown FamilyWe 50 Ft Length Chair KSD1157 Reg. 29.99
Reg. 3.47 Reg.$12.97 .
want to thank each and everyone
for their kindness shown during thru Mon.
the death of my father. Thank you all
for the food, flowers, cards, calls and

memorial Thanks also gifts.to Rev. Gillis and our 1 $ 67 $ 9 7 $ 9sP
deep appreciation to the Archie Tan J.JLi \.t:. 2 \.t:. 8 p"\.t:. 29
and ner helpfulness.Mr.Funeral Staff. for their support S s

and Mrs.T.H. Bl'm'nLJr.

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The family of the late Vaster F '-
Williams would like to thank all our
d I neighbors and friends for your many PLUSRingo 4 Quart Electric Convenience Pack
kind expressions of sympathy shown
during our recent bereavement. Starr in ICE CREAM LAWN TODDLER
,. A special thank-you to Dr. and Mrs.
Whiffen, Reverend Session and congregation CAVEMAN
hospital staff and Haile MAKER CHAIR PAMPERS
Funeral Home and staff. May God
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bestow many blessing upon you. Reg. $17.97 Diapers Reg. 8.48
The Williams Family


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