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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Outside. '??1'5'' I BRADFORD Co<

More hot, sultry days and nights are In store through this We..._ '. "-
cloudy skies and afternoon and evening thunderstorms predicted by UK, i .' i >
Division of Forestry headquarters on SR-100 west of Starke ._ .d" e... SINCE 1879 -
June has a 50-year average of 8.44 inches of rainfall, and started out

right Tuesday by dropping 1.5 Inches around Starke with lesser amounts, N.w.SECTION" ..At. ". .....P.8.. 13Cdllorlol
Vk to 1 inches, around the rest of Bradford County. . *-.,'".'*
will remain "" r (
afternoon ,
Humidity, measuring 56 percent Wednesday and fall Into \ "' CorrvipomUntt. ... ...i,. ?,....* 2,3Soclol..i.
90 mark In the day
will break the degree
high. Temperatures '
,...,. rr4P.g.s Soil "
outside of .
the 70's at night, the only respite from the heat and humidity an Lvgali. .', .." 4. . .P... 3 :

air-conditioner.50-year rainfall average for May is 3.5 inches, and 4.25 inches fell last ". ).':':

month, exceeding the average by .75 Inches. "
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Over three inches of rain have fallen since last Thursday; May 27.Some Obituaries. . .,.,.,Pog.,4 'v'.'
1.5 inches of rain fell Tuesday around Starke. The Louis River Hill tower fire tower 3.18 inches at Nw BH.f., ."". .". ....., .Pag* The: Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven
the the New -
Highland measured 3.73 inches for week Clootlleds l , ,P.g.s M '
and the Santa Fe tower on US-301 south at Hampton Lake 2.42 in I0ird: Year STAItKK. FI.OIUIU 23; Cents" ( .In' ;,
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Set 8 .." ForApartrnentsIn
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ii' Diplomas will be presented to Brad- Guest speaker will be Dr. Bernard ',

ord High Class of 1982, 201 strong McFadden, coordinator of the Starke .
Friday night June 4, in commencement campus of Santa Fe Community Col
exercises to start at 8 p.m. at lege. In case of rain the ceremonieswill
the football stadium. be moved to the BHS auditorium. West Starke
Welcoming address will be given by ,
-------.........,."" .....-. .-... Gina Lane daughter of I ''''b;. e
-' Salutatorian F .L J
; :: ;" : Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lane of Starke. Co- ....,
I '" valedictorians Randy Parado, son of I 1"o The site plan for Stokes & Co.'s $1 a site more acceptable In the city -
: tits Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Parado of tl li. million 36-unit apartment complexwas council, seconded, and the motion
: J passed! unanimously with almost m no 3 ,
: Hampton Lake, and Karen Thorpe; quickly approved Tuesday night, '
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Robert { June 1, by the city commission- discussion. }
Thorpe of Starke will give the same plan the council turned down on The site plan was also approved /last 1 ;
farewell address. I Bessent Road. Thursday night. May 27, in a :3-1vole -.3.

;"j-. Principal Jim Duncan will perform The new site is at the convergence by the Slarke Zomng Board. Only
introductions. School Supt. Tom |I Y of SR-229, Brownlee Road, and SRI6in dissenting vote was, cast I by board
Casey will flip the scarlet and grey northwest Starke on a 119-acre member Mary O. Peterson, who insisted
i tassel from left to right on cap of each tract owned by Ronnie Newman and co-owner Ronnie Newman: had
i I graduate shake the graduate's hand. MIcj ( John Odom'Jr. Newman has agreedto said he would put a chain link fence
li v4'P ,1)bt :; ::41 pay tnt paving a road into the across the south boundary of the site

6-acre site and to build a sewerage lift for protection( of the future apartment
station required for city service. dwellers.
, Newman said he wouldn't say he
i JP col 'l'I The west Starke site was first turn- but
t 1' S did not make such a statement
ed down by the city zoning board but had no recoiled of doing so. The
J the city commission overrode the
of the board
three members zoning!1
recommendation of the zoning board
I voting to approve I hi'site plan. Chairman
1 1t t and approved the zoning. and followed Walter W'I>ICull Joe W
i "I""" Tuesday night with approval of the Williams, and Julius Royal did not ,
r .P f site plan. think the fence They also 2
necessary.
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ParadoCoValedictorian f ,
Randy t p The council agrees Starke nN'dsapartments. did not attach importance to :Mrs.Peterson's .-
t i 7 and lack of objectionsfrom concern over I the lack of
the public left a clear! path for designated recreation areas in, the
the council to approve the complex in complex.

northeast' Starke. BessenLoadresldcnts r-rainago. on the Ncwman-Odom
,that thc''
objected ; complex
property is not a problem. Sur\e>or
J 1WfW L55L. would downgrade their present single Pat Welch old the zoning board explaining
residential section, and the
i family : about, a large drainage ditch
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council turned down repeated, attempts -
that has been dug for several to
by Stokes & Co.'to.have a site years
I drain the higher area.
plan approved in east Slarke.:

fin The site plan must now go l to pity GarySilverfield. vice-president of
I I r t }' ; engineers:the firm of Bessent, Hammock Stokes & Co.. said designated recreation -
Karen ThorpeCoValedictorian and Ruckman of Jacksonville. t areas wore not required l by the city
I Approva by the engineers will clear zoning ordinances in such low density -
r the way for building permits to be developments lie said the

and present what ,appears to be a I.... .. issued! and remove the last obstacle developers were planning less thannine -:
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diploma.In : ; ;r'J...r:" from the Jacksonville firm of Stokes units per acrevhereus they'
reality; the senior doesn't'get hIS Kin.o. f.Scary.!., '"" ..t. N- s\ .;?"" & Co. to'brinjmulti-familyhousing_ to could have opted' fur 124iKl4: units pw .-,
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aflbri graduatTotf'" StSrkfc, -w" ," : acres; '* "** Hfl-A. ", ****.. -
deal diploma"untJl to you kno4 Bui.'If*kind of scajy..." say Jennifer
"I'm glad get out
when he must go by the BHS office "Any more questions? You're all SilvcTfield said the I financing agency -
its and turn ia his cap and gown. Nix daughter of Air. and Mrs. B.R Nix of Starke. Jennifer familiar with this," said Chairman Farmers Home Administration
The processional and recessionalwill Practicing how she'll demonstrate her happiness. Friday night. Vernon Silcox asked Tuesday night. (FmllA) did not require recreationareas
be played by the award-winning tosses her cap Into the air. Commissioner Bobby Milner, chair- but that Stokes & ("u could increase
-' Tornado Marching Band. "Everything won't be the same. Everybody is going different ways. We man of the Zoning Committee, moved the density of I the unit! and putsavings
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won't be as close as we have been. Commission
Senior class member Stacey Dcn- approval. Jimmy into such facilities. The plan
I Gina LaneSalutatorian It's kind of lonely even before you graduate says Jennifer, who plans to attend Crosby, who was instrumental in getting
(see Graduation..., P.2A) Valdosta State to study marketing and business. the project moved across town to (See Apartments.... r.i.\: >



Starke Commission Finally Gets Audit Report Of Which It Can Be] Proud I

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g "Over-all, I think I can say it's one audit" said veteran commissioner the tie can handle the inventory, long as there is an alternative procedure The CPA noted he could not offer an ference of the "'llIfldaIulm: ipal "
of your better audits," CPA Pat Farnsworth Charles Schaefer of the audit reportfor Crosby said. Tucker said. opinion on the city's self insurance Power Association.l It will be I the first
told the Starke commission at the fiscal year ending Sept. 30, "Is it fair to say unlike last year, It is not a control log as outlined by program because the fund has not time a city bond trustee has attended! !
its Tuesday June 1, meeting. 1981. the audit report is OK except for a the state auditor general Farn been established long enough to havean such a conference. Commissioner
"\ Some people did an outstanding job Biggest criticism Farnsworth couple of items?" asked commissioner sworth. audit trail, so a disclaimer was Charles Schaefer made t the suggestion -
last year in the face of a trying situa- referred to was the lack of inventory Jimmy Crosby Jr., noting the "Arc you satisfied" about the procedure issued. but would not make t the motion
r tion, said Clerk Neil Tucker of the city control and accountability of city property inventory accountability is a weak Crosby questioned? In summation city finances are in until commissioner Bob ;Milner. said!
hall staff and the commissioners Lack of a computer with sufficient point now but will be remedied when "Ummm..Yes" said Farnsworth."OK pretty good shape Crosby insisted. he thought Carter's attendance an excellent
referring to the illness of the late capacity to handle the inventoryis the new computer which is a big- ," Schaefer said. Nodding agreement Farnsworth itea.Was. ,
veteran clerk Merrill Edwards. the major reason for the lack of improvement ticket item, is purchased. -"It's just an alternative procedure.All noted "you hate to saythat because .
told Schaefer the used i
in that area, said clerk "Yes. you can definitely say that" beginning and ending numbersare some commissions might lake that asa by I I.INNI'
"After 10 on the commission I KW power iwralurhith! hunts on
years
Tucker.. Farnsworth said. down, Tucker reiterated. signal to spend more money. Idea
can tell people the city has a goodTHUItSDA Until the city gets a new computer The CPA noted the city depart "Yeah, but you're not checking Farnsworth said, is to slay within the expensive diesel fuel and the crankshaft
which the council has plans to pur- ments generally spent only what they them," Farnsworth told his former budget of No.: 1 l.ooo KW Fairbanks-
chase, it would not be cost-efficient to took in. The General Fund was overs- employer and boss.Commissioner "Your finances are in pretty good !Morris engine has been repair and
the inventory as it but that is better both engines! are on line, giving the city
keep property pent $807, much than shape. You can tell from the numberof
1 should be done, said Tucker. Farn- the 1980 audit which showed one MilncV questionedthe managements comments that you- I an additional 2.000 KW capacity if

sworth agreed the coucncil must department more than $100,000 overspent audit note that the city water all have come a long way," said the needed in the upcoming hot month.
let always consider costs versus benefits system still appears to be losing a CPA. "You don't have a book for a Only engine down in the power plant
[when correcting an audit criticism. CPA Farnsworth and clerk Tucker substantial volume of water when management letter." now is the 3,300 KW Worthington" on
"I hope I live long enough to see this had a degree of disagreement over comparing the water pumped to the which the city is currently seeking to
control system over the inventory" what the control log for the bookkeeping amount billed out. Commissioner In other June 1 action t the council: recover cost I and damages

said Mayor Vernon Silcox who also is machine in hall should consist
city Crosby pointed out city engineershave Approved spending $640 to put new .Wasluld by commissioner Crosbythat
J a 10 year council veteran along with of. said the loss has been cut from air-conditioning ducts in the policestation.
he and Brow
city Terry
Schaefer. "It has really botheredme "No, we don't have a control log as 50 percent to 20, a substantial Improvement The station was 90 degreesthe attorney
will be draft of the
working on a newcity
," said Silcox meaning the audit such" Farnsworth answered when Engineers say a water other afternoon because it was
charter this weekend.
criticism has been made repeatedlybut commissioner Schaefer questionedthat system with a 10 percent loss! is excellent losing so much heat in tho attic, whichas
the council has been powerless to criticism and said he thought the Crosby noted. also 90 degrees said contractor Agreed to move the city's sinking
overcome the situation although some .city had instituted a control log two The city has been correcting faulty RandyHayes, The station is getting i reserve) and construction funds to a
progress has been made. Farnsworth years ago when the same criticism water meters as time permits, admit- about 20 percent of the cool air it local bank after being told by attorney .
y. Jun. 3 agreed some progess has been made.It was made Schaefer asked what ted Silcox plus some faulty meters should be getting, and radio equipment Brown the funds can be movedif
SCHOOL'S OUT) Isn't as I if the city is stalling the Farnsworth about. where the
was talking minimum is not apt to be is deteriorating, Hayes pointed the council wishes and the I stipulations -
Watch for KldtSATURDAY. computer is a big expense. Since the There is a book kept, with ending exceeded have been left as they are. out. in the :
bonding are
city is going with the interconnectionwith and number agreement
beginning recorded each Again. Farnsworth noted, the city
Agreed to bond Brad followed which'means
trustee giving
Jun. Florida Power&.: Light the council said Tucker. The pay a
ll day city doesn'tnecessailly must consider the cost versus the
Carter's the
wayd ice.
to upcoming 60-day 11I11
CAR WASH Is waiting\ to see I if the computer for have to follow all items as benefit. con-

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MONDAY. Juno 7 ,- ; .:;:: :' I A Football Win
BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL b ',/7. ".
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BOARD MISTING 7 PM After a tear and half
without HO much us a jamboree
'RADFOUD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS \lItol"th... Tornado

MISTING 1.30 AM football leant put an unofficial -
end to their losing
TUESDAY. Jono R streak with a rome-from-

LAST DAY OP SCHOOL 1+M .A' 'kb. behind IMS win tI\f'r St .
FOR TEACHERS Augustine in last "'rl" 1>'* :

r J i. Spring Jamboree lit
HAMPTON COUNCIL : Palatka.A .
MEETING PM : hint of thing to rum

wait this, pictured play In
ROOKER COUNCIL \ which Palalka fumbled. the :
MEETING 7iJO PM I opening' kickoff of the jamboree

: and Bradford' Tony
BRADFORD ASSOCIATION FoR' Hill oullpaped" a teamale' to
|r RETARDED CITIZENS MEETING gUe the Tornadoes possession -
7sM PM Swnthln Aero right off the bat.

Also near the. play are

WEDNESDAY Juno t Nathan ('olf'\ f number :%:: >..
SANTA Fl COMMUNITY COUIGRPRIRSGISTRATtON Martin Brown < !IIU. Erie:
> ..7 PM Lane CO). Kenny' Wright
SPCC Steffco Corner OWko 133). and Jimmy Schoening'
landlord High. School "3) of Bradford High.
z Detail' ,*' on theJamboree,
t VETERANS SERVICE OFFKI are" on pg. 7A., I
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1982 Senior Awards Given to Top Bradford ffigk Graduates .


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Outstanding members of the 1982 American History award Tammy m : '',\,\t"1.J"iil'\ t .; """ 1, r

graduating class were honored at the ersey the World History award, 'I q 1" : II
annual Senior Awards Night at Bradford Melinda Dobbs the Law Studies i i'I:\ r !I a. I
High School in which the award, and Karen Thorpe the ,:\ .'
achievements of the top (students out Humanities award. "
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of 206 were recognized. Editors Randy Starling and Vickie ,, '
Winners of half-dozen or more Carver Assistant Editor Lee Orton ;:,. j.I .
awards each were five students l, well received the newspaper staff awards. i, i i I
rounded both academically and Copy editor Tina Best and Editor I $ ,
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Robin Tatum received Annual Staff n7r n
athletically: Vickie Carver, Martin
Hunter, Gina Lane Randy Parado, awards.
and Richard Trainor. Art: Wendell Tomlinson, Clifford
Miss Carver, daughter of Mr. and Brunetti, Karen Thorpe, and Ricky
Mrs. J.T. Carver of Starke, excelledin Sullivan
math, science, was a cheerleader, Business Dept.: Marie Pendarvis. 75''b;
editor of the school newspaper, Foreign Language: : FrenchRandy
organizations, participated in student 'Starling, Martin Hunter, Gina Lane.
government, and was selected "Most SpanishTina Best, Martin Hunter,
Likely to Succeed" by her Gina Lane, Cathy Martin, Alesia
classmates. Sheffield. c" qa
Hunter, son of Mrs. Jacqeline Industiral Arts: Robert Starling.
Moore of Brooker, excelled in both
French and Spanish, participated in Junior ROTC: Yong Hui Hankerson ,
student government, and was voted Jackie Holt, Kenneth Bright v
"Most Intellectual" by his Ronald G. Davis, Brenda Masters.
classmates.Miss Physical Education: Mike Todd. d\\
Lane, daughter of Mr. and Girls' Athletics: Hope Jackson. ffJ i t

Mrs. Ted Lane of Starke, excelled in Miss Jackson has also signed a 'I!;
French Spanish, and English, was a basketball scholarship to Gulf Coast "" ,

member of the Student Council, was a Community College in Panama City P 6J"\ ; "
cheerleader, and was chosen "Most Special Education: Stanley Clark, .
Individual" by the senior class. Kimberly Cruger, Sherea Tyson, "
Parado, son of Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Marvin Covington, Ronald G. Davis, \
Parado of Hampton Lake, excelled in Felccia Nichols, Joe Woods, Gerald

math and science, played football and Goodman, Harlan Hodge. r t "i.
baseball, is co-valedictorian, and was Student Council: Chuck Williams, it .' ',s ",ll' 'I' :
selected "Best All-Around by his president; Connie Davis, senator; ; / '. '.' ,. \ ,.,_ _.__ _
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Sherry Davis, senator, and Gina "
classmates. I:? 'W ''t11 J .
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Lane, senior class president. <
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Trainor, son of Mrs. Edna Martin of Senior Award Winners... i.
Starke, excelled in English and social r'' nj.\ .
studies, was a fulltime SFCC student Special Awards: First row ((11'Gprald Goodman, Jackie Holt, Elizabeth Ho"m.an"TlunJ.. Daili; Cathy Marlin, !Mary Wright, Tony AndrsoW\\'hl'M" } ttdlllty'Ivara4u.Itarian fi.
while finishing his senior year at "I Dare You" awards were given to my Mersey, Sherry Davis, Joy St. John, Bea dimming, Vicki! CurVer.;: L 'ourth row: Tina Best Randy Starling Chuck )l 1
BUS, was a member of the Tornado Teresa Harley and Richard Trainor. Second row: Brenda Masters. Renee Shlpmun, Ronda Stern Angela I Hodge. Tommy Putted Richard, Tratnor.' !"oblj? I L Starling.ClUfo9IBrunetti. H "
book aimed Jackson, Valerie Karen Thorpe, .. ., < :' 'I
band, and was chosen"Most Likely to The award is a at Boyett Hope Ilightower .1. .
Succeed" by the class.Covaldeictorians stimulating the student. Third row: Lee Orion, Martin Hunter, Gina Lane Alesia Sheffield, Connie :ti I !
Karen Thorpeand DAR Award: Vickie Carver. j ""f'. i. ,..4Ltd n.. t"l1,..;

Randy Parado and salutatorianGina Special JROTC Award for serviceto .
Lane received medallions, school and community: Jackie Holt ". ; ; .
presented by Principal Jim Duncan and Brenda Masters. were recipients of Henry II. Beck Hightower, Alesia Sheffield. ,. : (11I\
The 25 honor students were Commended students in National Scholarship for 1982-84 fall and winter Senior Class President Gina Line (;I( A ",1
recognized by being called up to the Merit Scholarship competition: Tom- semesters at $250 per semester ,at ,acted as master of (ceremonies>. e' 't
stage in the BHS auditorium at the my Powell and Gary Martin. Santa Fe Community College. The
May 18 ceremonies. ,STAR Student Award: Beth Fran- scholarship is based on financial -- .-
High honor students, with grade cis, a junior. need, leadership, and academic ac- DRAWD
point averages from 3.5 to 4.0 are: Clay Electric Youth Tour to complishment. BRADFORD ,
Teresa Harley, Richard Trainor, Washington: Suzy Alvarez, a junior. Richard Trainor is recipient of the, COUNTY TELEGRAPH '
Tammy Denton, Tina Best, Karen Two students received principals 1982 Rotary Club of Starke scholarship Published *v.ry Thursday r.M
Thorpe, Randy Parado, and Gina trophies for maintaining a 92 grade cf $500 per semester at SFCC. at no W. Call Str..t
Lane point average or higher in five SFCC awards academic scholar- Stark., Florida! 32091 r STATE REPRESENTATIVE'
Honor students are Vickie Carver, academic classes: Martin Hunter, ships to' the top 10 percent<< in each DEMOCRAT DISTRICT t' (
Martin Hunter, Gary Martin, Camilla fourth six-weeks; Michelle Kimutis, graduating class at BHS. Recipients, Second Clan poilog paid at (Biact'otd, l'laySt( JbhnSl) (;
Livingston, Marie Pendarvis, Chuck fifth six-weeks. Four other students by class ranking, are Karen Thorpe, Stark. FloridaSubscription
Williams, Valeria Brown, Cathy Martin received small trophies for maintaining Randy Parado, Gina Lane, Teresa :
Bea Cummings, Terri Massey, a 92 or higher grade point averagein Harley, Richard Trainor, Tammy Retvii .
Randy Starling, Alesia Sheffield, four or more academic subjects for Denton Tina Best,' Vickie Carver In trade or.o: S9.00 p.r y.or A... .4. UUCe l.f 7aV 4 4ei7

Ronda Stern, Tony Anderson, Susan the fifth six-weeks: Eddie Winkler, Martin Hunter, Gary Martin, Camilla $5.00 six month .
Sapp, Sherry Davis, Barbara Wike, Gina Lane, Richard Trainor, and Livingston, Marie Pendarvis Chuck
Valerie Hightowcr. Martin Hunter. Williams, Valeria Brown, Cathy Martin Outtldo trad ar.ai $10.00 pr year
Awards also went to top students in The U.S. Army recognized the Beatrix Cummings, Terri $5,50 il* months I I Proven Integrity Effectiveness Leadership;

each academic department... recruiting efforts of two students, Massey, Randy: Starling, Valerie: Pu' ACJ "n dM' \ ntu'B'N \Wdvne A"ci' A
English: Gina Lane, Marie Pendar Willie Strong and Ronald A. Davis. _____ X
vis, Chuck Williams, Tony Anderson. PRIDE (Program to Recognize In-
Mathematics: Vickie Carver, Randy itiative and Distinction in Education) III.. _.,_ ...!. .,. ., .-Pl:" "" n. L ,,,__., .. L _.... ,_. L !P' ,ln _L.. .__.,. ., .1 .- "U :

Parado, Richard Trainor, Tony Awards went to Randy Parado, 'iti s

Anderson, Chuck Williams. science and math, and Tony Anderson -
Science: Stacey Denmark, Kim English. "
Rieske; Randy Parado, Vickie Certificate of Excellenc 'iM n by
Carver. Miss, Carver, a BHS, district, the office of Florida Commissioner.of
and stales 1 science fair winner,is recipient Education Ralph Turlington: Tony
of the Bausch & Lomb Award, Anderson, Elizabeth Bowman,
the top science award. Angela Boyett, Vickie Carver, Teresa { r7r
Social Studies: Richard Trainor is Harley, Valerie Hightower, Paula
I the most outstanding social studies Joiner, Cathy Martin, Mary Wright. .
student Randy Parado received the Karen Chitty and Martin Hunter i'
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Graduation.... point averages of 3.0 or higher.
Miss Thorpe and Parado accumulated -
(From Page tAl) identical 3.809 grade point
averages, the highest of any senior,
mark, daughter of ['.1'. and Mrs. J.E. and were named covaledictorians.Miss .
Denmark of Starke, will give the Lane earned a 3.634 grade

opening prayer. Senior class member point average, second highest in her P. I
Lois Moore, BHS chorus member and class, and was named salutatorian.
award-winning soloist and the Seven BHS seniors have earned 3.5
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse
or higher grade point averages, and
Moore of Lawlcy, will sing the national are named High Honor graduates. .tl't'

anthem. The closing prayer They are Miss Thorpe, Parado, Miss Ii'
will be given by senior class member Lane, Tina Marie Best, Tammy Denton -
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and Student Council President Chuck Teresa Harley, and Richard : n zssi
Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Trainor.
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Williams of Kingsley Lake. Nineteen more BHS seniors earned f p ra t
Twenty-five seniors arc graduatingwith grade point averages between 3.0 and 1iM !
honors, having earned grade 3.5 and arc named Honor Graduates.





I Hampton Hilites i

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ton, Indiana. They had spent sometime fF, '
Ky Dolores IMrng in Fort Myers and Disney Worldon a + ,
Phone: 4 H-19I.
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Hampton Elementary School ern
Senior Citizens
The Senior Citizens Club Thursday Last Day -- '
Hampton Thursday, June 3, is the last day of '
will meet on Friday, June 4. at 2 p.m. school for students. Teachers and ;: ;

meeting in the City until Hall. This September will be their All last interested aides before will being work free until for Tuesday the summer, June 8, : :U

people are invited to attend. Field Trip Ftre1e

BookmobileThe Mrs. Shirley Bagwell and Mrs. 5 '
Bradford ,
County Bookmobileserves
Vicky Powell their
accompanied
second -
f OUS.OIStic .
this area in the
every Tuesday
and third grade classes to : n
Post Office parking lot from 12:30: to ;Gainesville last Wednesday. There
2:30.: A free service!
they enjoyed visiting the Florida
Birthday State Museum. oak ,
Donna Parado celebrated her 14th

birthday May 28. Carrie and Christy the The cave children and its were stuffed fascinated animals with, In- ot
Manning were both 10 old on ebU
years on
bears
cluding snakes and bats. Some
May 29. Teresa Meng celebrated her
said it was but fun.
scarey EP
birthday May 31. Karen-Waldron was At the duck greates
pond they
8 years old June 1st. Chad Smith enjoyed d'
celebrated his 9th birthday June 2nd. feeding the bread they had saved to oitere
Hershel Waldron was 6 old the ducks, squirrels, and even to the ever r.
years on
June 3rd. catfish. Eating their packed lunchesat
the picnic area also
was enjoyable.

Joe Meng, a Visitor student at Tennessee Rescue Breathing Class 5
Last Thursday, Mrs. Claudette,
Temple College in Chattanooga came Frees gave her fifth grade students double dresser,' mirror $39. '
home on May 24 for the summer mon .
,ths. After visiting friends he went to lessons describing in this rescue experience breathing.,some In 4-drawer chest and panel_ bed, '
work with his brother, Carlton. Heal
students wrote that Mrs.
Frees 4'
open- r
!>O enjoys fishing, even during -
rainy This
ed handsome suite from
suitcase
a and introduced Annie, flew Florida has a look all its
weather own'It's
: ;
the She dressed eclectic not Colonial .
mannequin. was in a } not Contemporary Ranch
Mr. and Mrs. Don Bowman and not
Melanie blue Jogging suit and tennis shoes, -- but. instead, .a touch of each unique! a
daughter the weekend Finished
spent and .. Rustic In '
was lends
a peaceful loving girl. ?akc" itself to '
with Mr and Mrs. Martin Meng and any decor with "a
After studying quality that's 'rare and 1
Amanda. They were enroute home in proper procedures, a, price that's unbelievably lowl
washing hands and faces, Mrs. Frees
Hills after
Zephyr two weeks vaction-
gave demonstrations on rescue Matching night alanil ISIt's
ing in Tennessee where they visited breathing. Students then worked in 64.95
the World's Fair. '
Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Hodges came was pairs.O.K.First Not they receiving'a asked Annie response if she A Fact. You Can Do Better At ?
home last week after visiting the
they checked her
pulse. Then
World's Fair at Knoxville. They also they
opened the air and blew into An
way -
enjoyed Mammoth Cave, Grand Ole
nie's mouth Some "
Opry, cruising on the Ohio River, and succeeded in DENMARK : 4t
FURNITURE a'
reviving Annie
visiting Churchill Downs in Lex- properly and really 't r. : ,
enjoyed doing It, although rather Q
ington.Jim and Tim Meng visited their frightened at first.One of the students 434 W. Call St., Starker Florida 8 '
rt n
wrote that Annie Is dead
now and will .
cousins, the Paul and Francis Meng ,
keep traveling in the suitcase. Most of :
families, Saturday and Sunday, the children enjoyed the project and 964-5826 964-5827 1:: :M yk'
before returning to their home in
Tip. '
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Last Tornado Talk of 1981-82 Includes Prophecy,



By Vickie CarverA history doesn't stand still so since I perlences that' we've shared, the and Rennie Lennon will have signed a drinking cokes, rating potato chips the drape. Sitting", fee is $3.

never really learned the history of the laughs, tears, and serious times are a life-time contract with RCA recordsto and hamburgers with cheese. In August, after school starts a

Final Thought for the first 200 years, I now will be able to very special part of the Best Years of replace Diana Ross and Stevie Alesia Sheffield will air be mail an notes airline to make-up day will be given for seniorsbu !

Week: Our problem today Isn't so make history of my own, with a deep my Life. You re so special to me, and Wonder. stewardess dropping she there is no guarantee that makeuppictures
Gina Lane and Chuck Williams will let us know is flying right as
much the noise of the bad. It Is the appreciation of noble simplicity, and I'll miss walking the halls with you will be in alphabetical orderin
silence of the good. Don't let quiet grandeur. riding the bus (believe it or not), and have decided to marry after Gina has usual. the 1983 Tornado Yearbook. Make

historians write that the nation died To the administration, Uncle all those other neat things best friendsdo. become and International Spy, and Brian Thomas will have overcomehis will have your appointments in Mrs. Bain's
and
Chuck bas mastered the of shyness, finally
Teachers watch out there's still a sport
because ,
not one of us cared. Charlie, Emma Jean and Ms. AI jets, room.
I leave that tasks will Carver at BHSltl! Thanks for water polo. spoken to me more than once.

.=: As a final farewell to the 1982 school be much knowing easier without your having to run everything BUS, I love you all. commuted Barry and between Gary Martin Georgia will have and Wimbledon Edward Winkler and now III be will signing have con-won Science Club meeting in scheduledfor

E. year, and a last opportunity to write around finding me, you'll have my for tennis of his Thursday morning, June 3, in Mr
Starke to around the world tracts sportswear
enough
Ten from the present, I go
w Tornado years
Talk. I have decided to submit sister! I ITo McGriff's room 1801.
:: solemnly believe the following events twice and will have finally decided own ...EW.
my last will and testament and Michelle Stillwell, I leave my
missed these
that and need I will have
love them here.
Finally
:: my class prophecy In my column. ability to organize my time, which I will have taken place: the Clayton we Norman will still be dearest friends, for 10 years, and will Any senior that hasn't notified Mrs.
Parado will have
Randy won
Here
.. Patterson of for
goes. his/her
: never perfected.To plans college,
of the Year for have hoped and prayed throughouteach
Playboy having won
Nobel Peace Prize for his work in the, ,
Lars Ann Johns. I leave my tattered that their most treasured needs to do so immediately, in order
: 1. Vickie Lynne Carver, being of old cheerleading uniforms, In Medical Research Centers at Harvard 10 consecutive years. dreams year are fulfilled. With God's for her to prepare your Iran!>crlpl.TII .

:: sound mind and body, do hereby hopes that you will be able to bring University. will be Recording and
King each
: Barry blessings on my
:
: solemnly declare my departure from them to life with your fantastic en- Thomas (Tommy) Powell having Manager for Richard Pryor. Mark love..Vickie. Th Th Th That'll All Folksltt>> !
:- the hallowed halls of Bradford High thusiasm, and any other leftoversyou graduated with a masters degree Crews will be Swans Meat
driving a
::.... School and do the want. from The Citadel School of Law, will
hereby bequeath may Truck Guy Wayne Parish will be JUNIORS Next year's senior pictures Campus Capers...
be Chief Justice of the :
following as described below To Smith I leave the of Supreme
: Craig post
Court driving ,''I Coke Truck, r To the Science confidence
Department, and Editor-in-Chief: with the TNT Ronda Stern Crawford, will .be will be Farmer in the Diary and Don 7 from 8 a.m.4 p.m. at the school. and fills ho halls with music.
especially Ms. Smith and Mr. that you will run the tribes of
McGriff, I leave with the knowledge without any difficulties.To vocal instructor, and concert pianistfor Green will be driving a Frito-Lay Boys wear white dress shirts. Girls Donald Brookrr. Mitch Williams and

,of where my heart is, and also the Doug Green, I leave my old millions, of children. Lois Moore Truck, no 1 they all can sit around wear blouses that can be removed for Tony Hill have hit the charts! '

ability to procrastinate to the last science notes not that they will be of

possible moment on science projects. any help due to lack of content.To I
.: I leave the Math Department Mrs. Kathy Gillingham, Rubber Apartments

.; Osborn and Mr. Miller, knowing my Arms I leave a can of Spray Starch to .. .
the Newiman-Odom units The will be the first! t problem for Newman the only thing/
property are apartments
IA)
;: days are numbered and my hours stiffen up your act. (From Page he didn't have control over
:t counted correctly. To Don Green, I leave BHS with was adopted by the zoning board actually issued. development of any kind Newman

: To the English Department, Mrs. some terrific memories, fantastic without such a requirement.When The city: council actually rezoned 13 and Odom have obtained for their
'.:: Miller (Mom at school), leave knowing moments that I'll cherish forever. I'll acres of the Newman-Odom property 119-acre tract which adjoins Green Only two west t Slarke residents,

...E... my words are too few. although I remember those special times asked the status of the suit fil- from open rural to multi-family. Acres on its west side. The Stokes & who live across SR-16 from I the

.did take 199,999,999 vocabulary tests. always, and well.I guess I won't ed by Stokes & Co. against the city Newman has an agreement with Co. apartments are going in on the Newman-Odom tract objected to the

;-;-: To the Social Studies Department, leave youll! t To Kelli, my best friend because of its turndown of a proposed Stokes & Co.(: to purchase six of the 13 east side of the property, directly apartments They objected becausethe : !
Mrs. Dey and my favorite Mrs. and best sister (my only sister! ), I'm apartment complex on Bessent Road acres. Newman said he plans to build north of and across the road from the lights of cars on the road Newman

Thornton. I leave knowing, that going to miss you the most. The ex- Silverfield", "The suit won't be apartments on the other seven acresat vo-tech center. will pave will shine across SR-16 into

withdrawn(; until building permits for a future time. The zoning hurdle was the biggest their homes.



Bradford Hosp. AuxiliaryWishes June 7 Preregistrtation Date Set for SFCC Local Campus I


to thank the following for their A special preregistration for Sum- P.m. at I he Starke Center office in Gainesville but registering through Registration for SFCC classes in

mer Term at Santa Fe Commnity Col- Bradford Starke must register! at this time or go Starke is currently under way daily i

support of our Hamburger Booth at the lege is set Monday, June 7, from 6-7 Students panning to take clashes in to the Gainesville campus to rrgistrrtiff's from 8 a.m. to 3:30: p.m.


t Fair. Our Workers, Our Customers and also . . . . .1 rises. ISIUIIISSSBTS

= PATRONS Davis, Monk Farnsworth BEAUTIFUL NEW APARTMENTS: I Youth Day Pursuant to Section Court for Bradford County
Probate
Florida Division
: Torode Oil Fortune Federal NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS! Set SundayAt notice 865.09, is Florida hereby Statutes, the address of

: Bradford Hospital Edison's Meats I New BethelA the undersigned giventhat which is Bradford County
: Shuford's Chevron Orangewood Apartments
Courthouse, Starke
F. Allen Rt. I.
George
Youth celebrationis
: Sponsors Leila's Dress&Gifts P.O. Box 146 I Day Box 299.A, Melrose, Florida 32091 The name
: Maxie Carter. Jr. set Sunday morning and
Sonny's Bar-B-Q address of the Per
Florida 32666. and
Starke Florida 32091 June 6, beginning with Sun
: Lawrence Mosley Stump's Dept. Store I day School at 10 a.m. and Robert S. Sholt.. 2072 sonol Representativeand
of the
: The Meat Store service NW I 14th Avenue.Gainesville Pertonal
morning at 11 a.m. .
Con>olbuttOrt Representative's
attorney
= Florida
5 Sawyer-slade Thomas Auto Parts 1, 2, and 3 Bedroom Apartments featuring central heat and air; wan to wall I at New Bethel Baptist 32605, sole or 10lnlown.r. are set forth
Wendy's I Church on corner of Keller
; Florida Bank Pantry PrideJulia's shag carpeting; drapes; stove and refrigerator.For and Florida Streets in the ., doing business below.All interested
: Nettles Brama FloristManselAyers Reno section of Starke. under the firm name 0'AII.n' personsare
required to file' with
: State Farm Ins The church will honor its Attic, P.O. Box
Information/Application the court WITHIN THREE
: City Barber Shop Bradford School 656. Keystone Heights, ,
High
PepO Service Station MONTHS FROM THE
Contact Orangewood Apartments
Florida 32656 527 South
Denmark Furniture graduates. The Youth
The DATE OF THE FIRST
= Roy'B Grocery Gustafson Pastry Farms c/o Tracy Bair Manager ((Department will be in Water Street Starke, PUBLICATION OF THIS
Florida 32091. intends
2 Stan's Bootery Sunshine Florist P.O. Box 146 Equal charge of the services. The register fictitious name to NOTICE: ((1)I) All claims

: I Dimple's Style Shop_Pte... Sunoort Theu Merchants. Starke. Florida 32091 (lat graduates dinner will the be honored under the aforesaid against the estate and
; OppsAut4tyAddress a on grounds. statute. ((2)) any objection by an

Doted this 11 day of interested person to

Legal Notices \ . r. r. .1. .1111 i..1 . .. .. . . . . . . .. . . . ..mI. . .. . . . May, 1982 in Starke, whom that notice challenges was mailed the

10'5 validity of the will the
21
Alpd 6. 17
Ing Code of Bradford may 1982.Gilbert Unknown. 865.09. Florida Statutes, Starke. Florida 32091. intend attorney or immediately qualifications of the personal .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT County, S. Brown YOU ARE' HEREBY notice .Is hereby given *to register said fictitious thereafter; representative
Of!'THE'EIGHTH JUDICIAL Allen I I. Richardson, Clerk NOTIFIED thai an action that the undersigned name under the .otherwise a default,willbeentered ... .. ..... . . '. venue or jurisdiction, of
'lRCUIT,1N; AND FOR ,.II. loh M. Anthony "and J.oi.'-1 oforald'llto" ;
Chairman BYi Moody for Dissolution of Mar- ; against you ;IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the court.
RADFbRDtCQLJP4 Y;, Bradford County Deputy Clerk rioge has been filed Giesegh. P.0.8all 203. bated 1hi.-l1rh day of for the relief' demandedin EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR Al'l CLAIMS AND 08.

FLORIDA Zoning Board Clerk of Circuit Court of against you and you are Hampton Florida lointown.r. May 1982 in SIor..... the complaint or peti CUIT, IN AND FOR BRAD JECTIONS NOT SO FILED
.
doing businessunder Florida
CIVIL DIVISION Bradford County Flor.da! COUNTY.
Itchg 6/3/82 FORD Will BE FOREVER BAR.
required to serve a copy
First State Mortgage ._ 5/20 4tchg 6/10 the firm name of 5/13 4tpd 6/3 tion.WITNESS hand and
Florida of your written defenses, T.J.'S 301 TAVERN. U.S. ...................... my FLORIDA. RED.
Company at corporation It any to It, on the plain. 301, 3 Miles South of the seal of this Court on PROBATE DIVISION Dole of the '''nt
Plaintiff, vs. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT tiff's attorney, whose) Starke, Florida Intends IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF May 21, 1982. Case No. 82.04 I.CP publication' of this Noticeof
William N. Addison a. NOTICE EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT name and address Is to register sold fictitious THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Gilbert S. Brown In Re. Estate of Administration: May

single man Jo Ann Addison Starke Planning and IN AND FOR BRADFORD Dudley P. Hardy, P.A.. name under; the,, CIRCUIT BRADFORD Clerk of the Court PHYLLIS R. JOHNSON. 27. 1982.
a single woman; Zoning Board is advertising COUNTY, P.O. Drawer 1030. aforesaid statute. COUNTY, FLORIDA By Louise Patterson Deceased L.C Johnson
Florida Bank at Starke; for reclassification of FLORIDA. SIor...... Florida 32091 Dated this 11th day of Civil Action No Deputy Clerk NOTICE OF AD. Personal Representative
and W.S. Bodcock Cor- the property described PROBATE DIVISION and file the original with May 1982 In Bradford 82.228CA' 5/27 4tchg 6/17 MINISTRATIONThe Dudley P. Hardy P.A.
porauonD.f.ndants.NOTICE below from B-3 Case No. 82-41-CP the cl.rk'of the above County Florida. FREEDOM SAVINGS AND administration of P.O. Drawer 1030

OF ACTIONTO (commercial) and I 1-1 In R.: Estate of styled court on or before S/134tpd6/3 LOAN ASSOCIATION NOTICE the estate of PHYLLIS R, Star..... Florida 32091Attorney
JO ANN AdDISON (Industrial) to A PHYLLIS R. JOHNSON July 2. 1982 otherwise a (formerly known as The BRADFORD JOHNSON deceased For

last known address (Agricultural). Deceased judgement( may be FREEDOM FEDERAL SAVINGS COUNTY SCHOOL Case No. 82-41-CP. Is Personal RepresentativeS
and residence: 202 Approximately twenty entered against you for NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO AND LOAN BOARD Starke. Florida. pending in the Circuit 27 4tchg6 10
Main Street, Slarke. ((20)) ocr. In Section 33. NOTICE OF AD. the relief demanded In REGISTER FICTITIOUS ASSOCIATION), a corporation. will hold a PUBLIC HEAR .
Florida 32091 j MINISTRATIONTh. NAME -- --------
Township 6 South Rang. the complaint or peti Plaintiff, vs. ING ON PROPOSED
YOU ARE HEREBY 22 East, 'parcels: 4439 administration of Pursuant to Section WILLIAM L. KING a BOARD RULE No. 4124.1 .itI' Floriland
notified that a Complaint,. 4440 4441 4442. 4443 the estate of PHYLLIS R. tion.WITNESS my hand and 865.09, Florida Statutes, single man. Defendant. Job Description for i: Really

to foreclose a Mortgage 4236 4238/ 4244, 4245 JOHNSON, deceased. the seal 1 of said Court on notice i I. hereby given NOTICE OF ACTIONTO DEAN OF STUDENTS +\ Phone 964-7700
encumbering the following and 4248. This property Case No. 82-41-CP, I is May 26. 1982. that the und.r.lgn.d.Horl.n : WILLIAM L. KING. SECONDARY at a "
real proeprty: I. South'' of Alligator pending In the Circuit Gilbert S. BrownAs Lynn Luther Rt. RESIDENCE: UNKNOWN.YOU Special School Board 393 N. Temple Avenue, Starke Fl.
.Lot 7.. Block 9 of LINCOLN Court for Bradford County S20-R2 Lake
,
Cr..k oH the East side of Clerk of laid Court 1. Box ARE NOTIFIED Mating June 7, 1982 at BUYING OR SELLING PROPERTY
CITY' a. per plat and road Florida. Probate Division Bull., Flo. 32054 sole
Hwy 301 dirt By: Beulah MoodyAs that an action to 7 p.m., in the School TALK TO A REALTOR
thereof recorded In Deed and West of SCL railroad. the address of Deputy Clerk or joint owners, doing foreclose a mortgage on Board Room of the Bradford j Congratulations to Seventh Day Adventist Church on
Book 1. Page 177 of the This chang. In ctasslf- which I. Bradford County 6/3 4lchg 6/24. business under the firm the following property In County School's Administration their new church building let us sell you their old
Public Records of Bradford cation I.' subject to a Courthouse, Starke, name of Lynn' Custom Bradford County. Offices, 582 building and land.

County Florida. public hearing to be held Florida 32091. Th. name IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Drywall. Intends to Florida The West 84.58 North Temple Avenue .3 BR horn, nice area new kitchen cab., let us show
has been filed againstyou on Thursday, Jun. 24. and address of the Personal THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL register said fictitious feet of lot 3 and East Starke. Florida. you l'Crystal!

and you or.requiredto 1982. at 7:30 p.m. In the Representative CIRCUIT COURT OF name under the 24.23 ,feet of Lot 4, Block Copies of this Proposed Lake Hemesltes, 2 lots small down payment,
serve a copy of 'your Council Room of Stark and of the PersonalRepresentative's FLORIDA IN AND FOR aforesiad statute. B. of a REPLAT OF PART Rule and Job Description .5 acres out fersythe Rd.
written defenses, If any City Hall. Stork. attorney BRADFORD COUNTY. Dated this 24 day of OF MT. PLEASANT ON No. 4124.1 may be .2 acres 3 BR house oH Beyless Highway.

to It on JOHN M. McCORMICK Florida, at which time all or. set forth May, 1982 in Bradford SILVER LAKE, A. per plot obtained from the Evenings Pleese Cell
Attorney for Plaintiff 'parsons interested shall below. CASE NO.02-212 County. thereof r.corded In Plot Superintendent's Offices Vernle Odom Broker

whose address Is be heard for or against All Interested person IN RE: The Marriage of 3/274tchgo/17 Book 3, Page 20 of the at 972 North Temple GRI.Phone 96/-3116.

Post Office Box 3333 SOI the proposed rezonlng or. required to file with MAUDIE T.. WILSON public records of Bradford Avenue, SIor..... Florida. ,
East Church Street, as specified in the Zon-, the court WITHIN THREE Wife and HUBERT FRED County Florida. '
This Is In compliancewith
Orlando, Florida 32801, MONTHS FROM THE WILSON. Husband NOTICE OF INTENTIOK
ing Code of Stark., has been filed.againstyou Florida Statutes.Chapter .
and file.the original with Florida. DATE OF THE FIRST TO REGISTER and are requiredto I
you 120.54
as
the Clerk of the above- Director PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OF ACTIONTo FICTITIOUS NAME
l.M. Gaines of
serve a copy your enacted the 1974
by
styled Court on or before Stark. Zoning Board NOTICE: ((1)) All claims HUBERT FRED Pursuant Florida to Section written defenses, if any Florida .
WILSON whoseresidence 865.09, Statutes, Legislature.Thomas ERR
July 12. 1982 otherwise the and
; Itchg 6/3/82. against estate notice Is hereby to It on PAUL F. BRYAN, L. Casey Jr.Superintendent .
Is unknown given
a default may be enteredagainst ((2)) any objection by aninterest.d Plaintiff
that the attorney of
und.r.lgn.d.Sandra .
for relief NOTICE OF APPLICA YOU ARE HEREBY FHUUCNEFt
you person to whose address i I. 600
Cauley, 202 Bradford
NOTIFIED that action County -s
TION FOR TAX an 'I
demanded In the Com- DEED
whom notice mailed .
NOTICE was for dissolution of mor- North Thompson Street' Courtlond Street, Suite Schools REALTY t9i4
plaint.. IS HEREBY that challenge* the rlage has been ftledagaln.t SIar..... Florida' 32091, 600, Orlando Florida 5/27 2tchg 6/3
Witness my hand and GIVEN that Walden II.Wad.worth validity of the will, the sole before the 7
seal I of said Court on May the holder of'the of the you In the Circuit owner, doing 33804. on or ; ... ................
qualification personal business under the firm of file
Court of the EhghttCJudicial day July. 1983. an : -NONi IS
26, 1912. following certificates representative, Circuit Court of name of TINY TOT the original with the NOTICE Of INTENTION
Gilbert S. Brown has filed said certificates venue or (jurisdiction of the State of Florida In ACADEMY, 202 N. Clerk of this Court either TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS .
Clerk of the Circuit Court for a tax deed to be the court. and for Bradford County Thompson Street, before service on Plain- NAME 11f ai IQs:

By Beulah Moody Issued thereon. The certificate ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS and you are requested to.
Deputy Clerk numbers and NOT SO FILED serve a copy of your .

/4tchg. .6/24: year of Issuance. the WILL BE FOREVER BAR. written defense, If any GOOD SMALL REAL J 221 L...,....St. Acres f ram Wlhbn
description of th* property RED. on the Petitioner whose OFFICE HOURSi
NOTICE and the names In Date of the first name and address Is .
t 12
Monday. FrMeyf.f Stvrty noon
Grace long ho made which It wo assessed publication of this Notice MAUDIE T. WILSON, ESTATE INVESTMENT? I
application to the Bradford or. as follows: of Administration: May Route 1. Box 96 F. ,

County Zoning Certificate No. 166. 77, 1982. Mel_. Florida'32666
Board for reclaaalflcot\on: \ Year of Issuance 1979. L.C. Johnson and file the original with d

of the property described Description: of Property. Personal' RepresentativeDudley the Clerk of the above
below from ftSMAH-1 'I' styled Court on or before t
Lot ". 2 In McCall add P. Hardy. P.A.
to CN. 20.000 so,. ft.'|just June 11. '982. Otherwise .
to Hampton. Sec: 30 P.O. Drawer 1000
outside of Stork In Lin.. Twp.15,1.22. Sta.... Florida 32091 a lodgement may be
coin City S.f. 12th Av*., entered against you for t
Nome In which for
assess Attorney 'tt'-
off 301 South. out of'porc.l428J the relief demanded In (
ed. Alvin D. and Personal
Marlon Representative
the ,
complaint .
: In Section 32. or pett.tton.
M. Moor. 3/27 4tchg 6/17
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6 i Arrr
South
Township Range
All of said
22 East for beauty shopIn being In the County property of IN THE CIRCUIT. COURT and WITNESS the sol I my of hand aald'Court When it comes to finding a good small real! estate Investment nothingIs

existing building. Bradford, State of than first hand of the
This change In' EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT on May 12. 1983.GILBERTS. more important knowledge neighborhood.

classification Is subped:] iPtbrlda. Of FLORIDA IN' BROWN We have that knowledge. ""can find what OWNER FINANCED

to a public hearing to beheld or Unless certificates such certificate shall be AND FOR BRADFORD As Clerk of the Court you're looking for. We're your neighborhood 3 B*. betA 'kerne, ever 1200 s*. ft., OI&A.I... "tot.

an,Tuesday June redeemed according to COUNTY ByMarkmMcRo* 21'. CENTURY office And CENTURY Is the fenced convenient. ocetlen.flee. .
In' CIVIL ACTION .
29.the 1912 at 7:30 p.m." 1 law the property described Case No. 82.235 As Deputy Clerk ?,> blcj name In small real estate Investments. I _e04 ApeAmeef.

County In the CornmissiorsiRoom Bradford, .certlfic.In such....certificate will be sold or, ARTHUR BRUNO, Husband 3/131tpd 6/03: 'MdghboiH Md PrsHUfMM. Inc., REALTOR> ((10" 984-5231 .........,' ..AeerelseUSue ........... ...Settee*

County Courthouse. At to the highest bidder at. v*. DIANI C. AMERICA'S NUMBBX1 SELLER CENTURY 21!?*
this time,,all persons Involved BRUNO WI,.. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO **M.. .ed&_.REALTOR M404
the court hous door on. BOI OCTICM rn.n.D.IlTUOW1nD...OMMTSP.
1 Irene I.Faulkner. RtAlTOt-ASSOCtATI,M4B143Lwclll
for
REGISTER
shall be heard the 22nd > 1982 Century:21 Real EtUM InisMe for Irx NAP end TM
day of June.1M3. Corporation ss < ) trademarks of
or against the proposal., FKmOUSNAMf.. ,(C ntury 21 RM|b!.'.Carporilton Equal Homing Opportunity *Sy BROKBR. SALESMAN M44tt

.es specified In. the Zon .Doted this 10th day of. .Pursuant I ,to Section I Herb W......ASSOCIATE 944-etM


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History repeats itself. The Starke cil had unanimously adopted an ordinance both, in the discretion of (lie. Mayor., '' i I Ir
City: Council was cracking down on providing "That all parties
crime in 1879 103 years ago, when carrying concealed weapons, to wit: (For those unfamiliar with the
The/ Telegraph was just three months pistols, dirks, bowie knives, razors, or language of weaponry, a dirk is defined -
old. any other deadly weapon shall be as"a dagger'; especially,a dagger.
deemed guilty of a violation and, upon without a guard, used by the Scotch 1"J
The October 25 issue of that year arrest and conviction, shall be fined Highlanders" and we might add ,": "; "'
carried the news that the Town Coun- not less than $10 or more than $25, or rowdy drunks on a Saturday'night.) ,. .'; : ;i.;.{<: ''; ,
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Dear Georee


a record budget of $25.2 -
This week we were favoredby F
( million, the largest mid-term
a "personal"
compu-
terized letter from Vice Presi- election year budget in their alL
4
.i history. However this
dent George Bushy following amount :
does not
come near to mat-
hard a similar billet-
upon the millions of dollars
ching in
doux from President Ronald I N _
Reagan himself last month. campaign support the
,
Democratic Party and its can-

The President asked for $25 Now their financial future is didates will receive from Big

to help enable him to continuehis mortgaged to pay off daddy's Labor next year. All Out for Temperance

fight for the poor and op- business debts and save him Are you Including the multi-

pressed. And now the from bankruptcy.Bush millions that will be poured into -
Parade East Call Street, with Boy Scouts In
Temperance (prohibition) was a big Issue in Starke'searly on
Republican Campaign Com- : We were handed a GOP coffers by Big Oil, Big days. The tee-totaling men had their "Sons of uniform, and Girl Scouts (or Campfire Girls, as they

mittee has set "a record federal budget by the Carter Business, Big Corporations, Temperance" organization, and the women banded were known In those days) dyked out In middy blouses

breaking budget" of $25.2 for Administration filled with so and other Biggies who swell together in the Women's Christian Temperance Union and skirts.
the mid-term elections this the National GOP coffers WCTU). The old courthouse steeple Is seen at far left, and
many new, wasteful spending brick stilt home
building at right standing today was
'
fall and Mr. Bush says they programs that it was a national about $20 for every $1 'donated Pictured above', on a 1917 postcard Is a TemperanceNot of Hoover Bros, photo studio for many yeari.
need a little more money. disgrace.But to the National Democratic

Committee?
Instead of sending a check, many readers may know, but a new one constructed Simon J.Tem-
it was still lower, by far,
we decided to reproduce excerpts Bush: But to meet this total Starke has had several other ple was a big timberland owner and
than Reagan's proposed over the competing saw-mill operator who had a fine,
from Mr. Bush's letter, campaign budget, the Com- newspapers years
budget, and there is still more with The Telegraph for the few two-story home near where the
with our comments in italics: all mittee must raise $4'78,000' in Starke Farmers Market is today.
waste in the Pentagon than subscribers around in those days.
the next 30 days. And the only Temple's Mill, as his business was
Dear Friend the other departments of
: way the Committee can raise The following items dated 1888 arc known, was located on the railroad
As your Vice President I government put together these funds is if from "The East Florida Courier," near present Market Road.)
have been privileged to work you renew one of our competitors:
side President ---' your Sustaining Membership. TEMPERANCE SOCIABLE
along Reaganas
SONS OF TEMPERANCE Bradford Division No. 16, Sons of
he has courageously taken What make of computer are ARE ON TilE: MARCH Temperance, intends to give a
the first dramatic steps in you using George? You never The Starke Division of the Sons of STRANGE: : FIND: ATCREEK: sociable to its members, each

reordering our nation's spen- got our name from a Sustain- Temperance is rapidly gaining new This is the time of year for the "old member being allowed to invite one
members. There being no division at settler" to come to the front with his two Thursday evening,
or guests on
His and
tax ing
ding priorities. Membership list
for the
Gainesville or Kingslcy,the members snake story, but a crowd of boys March 8, at the Red Men's Wigwam.
spending-cut victories repre- Republican Party Heaven residing there propose to join the while playing near Alligator Creek Bring your baskets along, well supplied
sent a fundamental and long- forbid. Starke group.Following last Monday, saw an eel in the water, with something good to eat,
overdue break with the liberal I, about two foot deep which was 5 to 6
Democratic policies which oI Bush: As you know, the programs are the newly elected officers fort long. Unfortunately, it was not Signed: W. Lake, W.P. and Walter
of the Reagan Ad- for the next quarter: W.G. Patterson captured. Thomas, R.S.
placed us in the worst ministration W.P.,; Mrs. H. Richard (The Red Men's Wigwam, also call-
economic crisis since the are not a"quickfix" W.A.; William Wright, F.S.; C.C. LUMBER FOR NEW: DEPOT _ed the Red Men's Hall, was a two-

Depression.Dear for the tremen- Temple, Chaplain; George Scott, S.J. Temple is having lumber cut story frame building, with tower,
I dous problems facing; our na I.C.; Mrs.Joseph Thomas O.S.; W.N. for the new depot. It will bo frame standing on the site of the old Starke
Meacham P.W.P.l? Walter Wills, work, on the style of the Gainesville
George: We still think I tion. City Hall, the area now used for a
Con. Miss Alice Meacham AC. depot He will also build a number of
; ;
lot. The of this
were right when, as Ronnie's parking upper story
you And that is probably the U.D. Miner R.S.; Miss Etholin real nice section houses for the com- structure was eventually removed

opponent for the GOP understatement.flf the year. Richard, ,,A.S. _. .pan ',., ..and the first floor remodelled and us- I 1
,
nomination in 1980 labeled -
you Wasn't -it President Hoover CLEVER FELLOW (On an 188+map the F.T,, & P.R.W. ,,ed as.\ ,Starke's, .,ejty} hall Cor, many
' +.his domestic policies as" who said, "Prosperity js justaround "''Butler1 Blanchard ofTaUahasiee, (FloridaTransit'. & iPfnlnsutUr years. Officially known ,as Elaha

"VoO'Doo Economics ',. ""the 'corner''r-We'd formerly of this place, has''manufac Railway) depot was shown facing the < Lodge No. 45, Improved Order of Red
Remember? tured a violin out of pieces of cigar tracks midway between Call Street Men, the organization was a secret
even settle for a "long term boxes. It makes as good music as the and Madison St. Apparently, (he order, started in the 1870's or 80s. It
Bush: I am sure you realize fix," but even that doesn't average fiddle. depot location was moved in 1888 and became'inactive for a while and was
the battle to pull us out of this Bush ; Many retired seem too likely at this point. reorganized around 1910. Among the

crisis and protect your future Americans and even people members in the later years were \

security is far from over. who are working cannot keep Well anyway, we appreciate DeWitt C. Jones, W.L. Kickliter, WL. !
Wall, F.A. Moore Ed
Burnsed, E.M.
i
with inflation and the hearing from and
up you the "\" Mott, Joe Edwards and David
What bothers us is that it skyrocketing cost of food, President, George. It's nice to County Agents By George.) ,

seems to get farther and f-a-r- clothing, and medical care. be remembered. But your '

t-h-e-r away all the time. $25.2 million election year war Notebook BobbyTaylor $. GOOD STRAWBERRY LAND
Inflation may be down a Between Starke and Lawtey lies the ,
Bush: It will take more than notch or two, but we haven't chest will have to struggle I finest land in the State for strawberry !
along without our $25,There'sa culture. It is table land and lies exact- i!
just one or two years to undo noticed any lower prices for a of hungry Democrats out t.w ly right to suit this delicious fruit.

the damage caused by forty food, clothing, and medicalcare. \
there
years of domination and con- Put the old Voo-Doo too. One of the most popular of Florida's cladiums can't tolerate full summer NEWS IN BRIEF j

trol of the federal governmentby economics to work and make summer annuals is the Caladium. sun. Forty to sixty percent shade is Col. James T. Wills' friends will i
the national Democratic And while you're spending This colorful, tropical foliage plant considered ideal. They do need some urge his claims and qualifications for :
them come down, too. that 25 million bucks how will in all sunshine and hour State Senator at the proper time The
Party. : grow areas of the state. an or two of full Colonel is :
about investing in a computerthat Caladiums add a cool look to the summer morning sun' is considered best for. young men among in Starke.the most talented J

Well, George .- where were Bush: National GOP Chair- will at least separate flower garden, and they are caladiums. Longer: exposures tend to i

Ike, Gerald, and Tricky man Richards has informedme Republicans from Democratson relatively easy to grow. bleach the foliage'of it's attractive Capt. J.N. Jones and Mr. M.R. :
that the Committee colors, and limit plant,growth Hamrick will open a first class
Dickie has set your mailing list? as !
during those forty Caladiums are Tropical Americanin well. When planting caladiums, place grocery store in the Johns brick

years of domination and con- origin. They're readily available at them two inches deep and eighteen In- building soon. I
trol? most Florida nurseries in either the !
ches apart in the soil. Eggs ,
fancy or lance leaf varieties. Fancy are now worth 12'? cents per
Bush: The 1982 electionswill dozen in the market. They will
leafed caladiums are the most Caladims respond well to fertilization
A doubtless soon drop down to the old
either ratify the mandate Hairy ProblemWhat
popular and familiar. They have and a complete fertilizer shouldbe spring and summer price 10 cents.
for change President Reaganwon large, somewhat rounded leaves, and mixed with the soil at planting

in 1980, or signal a returnto are available in a wide range of time. A minimum of two pounds of an Roy Jones fell from a tree last Sab-

the liberal policies of the foliage color, from pure white, with all-purpose garden fertilizer is sug- bath and broke his left arm. Drs.

past, which have so weakenedour a waste of time! for good behaviour.The strongly contrasting green veins, to gested for one hundred square feet of Roy Scott is and Gaskins it set the bone and
standing
economy and endangeredour As if we didn't have enoughto bright pink or rose. The red or rose garden. Each month during the growing finely. !

national security. worry about, along comes a only way to beat this leafed caladiums have showy crimson season, apply another pound of Henry Saxon, the section boss, is

statistician to tell us that the rap is to just let the hair and crinkled centers, and dark green fertilizer for every one hundred putting In new railroad ties between j

Come on, George. can you average American male beard grow, as most hippies veins. The lance leafed caladium is square feet. Starke and Temple's Mill. They were j
honestly better available all butit's greatly needed as some of the old ones j
say you're off spends 3,350 hours more seemed to be doing a few in these colors too, Mulching plants will help maintain were entirely gone.

now than you were during than four months of his life years ago. But since a single elongated leaf rather shape than is round narrow and and the necessary soil moisture and promote Mumbly Peg is getting to be a
those ,
liberal
days before scraping his face with a sharp whisker grows an average of entire plant is somewhat smaller than lush, healthy foliage development. If popular game among the young peo

bankruptcies, bank failures, piece of metal, to remove the .015 inch every day, an astoun- the fancy-leafed varieties. the soil is allowed to dry out, the ple.
unemployment, and recession ding total of 27 feet plants wilt rapidly.Caladiums .
whiskers; or perhaps a few Vz during a The fat fleas perambulating the
came along? hours less, buzzing his face 75-year lifetime, that isn't a Caladiums are easy to grow, butyou'll grow best at streets of Starke are large enough to

Bush: When President with a high-frequency electric very practical solution. Im- need to follow a few basic temperatures of eighty or ninety' go to school.

Reagan and I took office in razor that sounds like a agine trying to beat those flower guidelines bed to insure with success. Choose a degrees farenheit, and they make excellent Quite a disturbance occured on the

January we inherited some of swarm of bees when a bear quick-closing elevator doors well-prepared soil moderately for rich, house plants. For house plant night express from Jacksonville Fri-

the most serious problems in gets after their honeycomb.Just while trailing a 27-foot beard caladiums. Soils for caladiums planting shouldbe conditions, prepare a soil of one part day night.Durng the melee E. Wynn
our nation's 205 and an equally lengthy sand and one part peat. Keep the soil of this place, received a painful knife
year history. pony and
porous contain organic matter moist but wound
not
If the
think how many fish tail! soggy. plant turns ,
And it seems to us you pro could be caught or how If your soil is quite sandy you'llneed pale, or doesn't seem to be growing

mised to have them all solvedin golf balls lost in those many four In case you're still interested to amend it with organic matter well, try giving it some plant food. ADVERTISEMENTSSchool
before planting. Make the site
sure
less than six months. if you collected all
Wot months of shaving, to say whisker has good drainage. Cladiums grow Cut leaves are very popular as"in books at Morgan's Bazaar.
? your
happen nothing of another two monthsto day and saved clippings every best in a moist, but'not soggy, soil. door decorations. The leaves will last Sateens, latest styles, 10 cents per

Bush: Americans suf- cover 1,750 haircuts that them for 16 Too much water will cause roots to several days if the freshly cut stems yard at J.W.Hodges'.
were
'
years have
fering from the most men get during an you'd a 16-pound decay. are plunged into hot then cold water Fine apple cider at Mitchell'l stand
highest Interest hairball. If
average lifetime of 70 you want to know Keep the stems in the hot bath until 'on the R.R. Wharf.k .
rates since the Civil years, what to do with a hairball You need to plant caladiums in a the water turns lukewarm, then

War and inflation rates weeks.at the rate Haircuts of one of every course two 'you'll have to read cite that Is somewhat shaded,because the cuttings In a bath of cold waterESTABLISHED place. Ladies('.0.'s $2-shoes.Look at *"; Stem burg

among the highest in history. 'Huckleberry Finn."
are spread Has --- The best dinner in
And our children's financial over 'seven ever given
future had been decades, while shaves don't something to do with witches .....-. ... Starke for 25*. People's Restaurant,
mortgaged by start till a bit later. Baldies putting spells on people, as on the R.R. Wharf.
a national debt approaching well as we remember. ? rrirgrtp1y:
Might
$1 trillion. naturally, get haircut time off '
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Rev. and Mrs. Charles R. Colbert o 0 Rev Walter F. Montz Honored


Celebrate Silver AnniversaryRev. The Social Side t At Pastor Appreciation DayThe



and Mrs. Charles R. Colbert ,.. \. .\ ..t.r '" : '< I Gladys Mooty 'Of The congregation of the Starke
celebrated their 25th anniversary 1fa"r... Church of God honored their pastor on r
Sunday, May 23. from 2:30: to 4:30: Sunday, May 30 with special all day
p.m. with a reception given by the \ Society Editor services in commemoration of Pastor
members of Bayless Highway Baptist Appreciation Day
Church. w-7009 News !
The recreation room was beautifully The service began! with Sunday
decorated with ferns and potted school at 10 a.m. The 11 a.m. service
plants The cake table was covered XJct was set aside for a special programwith
with a white linen cloth and held can the theme "The Pastor Our 1a1

dle holders with pink tapers. A white Charlene Beam Honored With PartiesMiss Shepherd" in honor of the pastor
and pink sheet cake with the 25th Kenny Scarbro read a profile on the
emblem was served by Mrs. M.L. pastor and welcomed the guests. JT
Conner and Mrs. Gordon Jones. Charlene Beam bride-elect of Miss Charlene Beam was honoredat Kirkland, Jr. narrated the depart
The punch table was covered with a Chuck Register, was honored with a a bridal shower on Tuesday, May 4, mental recognitions! where each
white lace cloth and centered with a bridal luncheon. last Saturday at the given by Pam Whittle, Lee Anne department head presented the
crystal punch bowl encircled with Kingsley Lake home of Mrs. Randy Dampier, Suzette Rodrigue and Tam- pastor and his wife with gifts as
greenery and gardenias. Mrs. Gilmer Johns. Hostesses for the occasion my Johnson at the home of the latter. mementoes of the occasion in addition
Watford and Mrs. John Wood pouredthe were Mrs. Charles Darby, Mrs. JohnT. Two games were played and prizes the church presented him a bible anda
punch. Chilly and Mrs. Johns. were presented to the winners. week's salary
The gift table was kept by Mrs. Ben- Guests were greeted by Mrs. Johns The refreshment table was covered Rev. Waller K. :Monti
nie Jackson and Mrs. Billy Joiner. and served appetizers on the front with a white linen cloth and held an There was special singing and the
Mrs. T.N. Norman registered the'' porch overlooking the lake,. by Mrs. arrangement of mixed pink flowers. Rev. N.A. Blake, father-in-law of the message in the evt'ningt'rv Ce.
guests as they arrived. Rev. and Mrs. Charles R. Colbert Darby. Cake and punch were served to the 15 pastor brought I the morning message Rev Montz came to Starke in
Mrs. O.E. Crosby introduced the The luncheon tables were set up in guests. followed with dinner on the grounds. November 1981 and the church feels.
receiving line consisting of Rev. and the dining room and the living room. The hostesses presented the Rev Keith Kirkland brought the very fortunate to have him.
Mrs. Colbert and their son, Tom and Approximately 100 guests called Each was covered with an importedhand honoree with a set of towels as a
his fiance, and Mrs. Colberts sister, between the appointed hours. embroidered cutwork white luncheon memento of the occasion.
Mrs. Shirley Wood. Miss Dawn Joiner The couple received many useful cloth, and were centered with St. Mark's WomenTo Louise Sterns'
invited the guests to the refreshmenttable. gifts and also received a phone call Informal arrangements of blue Yom, Piano PupilsTo
Meet June 8
Mrs. Linda Hewitt and Misses from their, children, Mr. and Mrs. hydrangeas and day lilies, small Miss Charlene Beam, whose mar-
Joy Joiner, Sherry Kelly and Mrs. Bill Charles R. Colbert who are stationedin china place markers indicated the riage to Charles Register will be an The Women of St. Mark's Episcopal Present RecitalThe
Taylor served as floor hostesses. Germany with the U.S. Army. seating arrangement for the guests. event of June 25, was honored at a Church will meet Tuesday, June 8, at Starke Woman's Club will present -
Other arrangements of roses, daisies, bridal shower Tuesday night, May 25, 7:30: p.m. in the Parish House. Louise Sterns' piano pupils in a
day lilies and hydrangeas were plac- Mrs. George Pierce, Mrs. recital
given by Saturday night, June 5. at-8:
I Pool Party, Supper For 3 Graduates ed at vantage points throughout the Jerry Lawson, Mrs. Joe Sapp, Mrs. p.m. al I the club house.
home. Allen Pratt Mrs. Bill Nix and Mrs. Did You Know. Admission will be $1; cookies and
BUS senior graduates, Stacey Den- ed with dessert. The honoree was presented with an Frank Mitchell at the home of the lat punch will be served.
mark and Karen and Sandra Chitty Close friends of the three graduateswere imported hand cut crystal pitcher as The public is invited to attend.
invited to share in this last a memento of the occasion. Guests in- ter.Games with prizes and Capt. and Mrs. Mickey Dansby and
were honored by their parents, Dr. "Bachelorctte Get-Together" before cluded the grandmother of the bride- refreshments were enjoyed by the 25 family of Colorado Springs( Colo are
and Mrs. J.E. Denmark and Mrs. Old You Know.
they all graduate from Bradford High elect, Mrs. Vollie Starling; aunt, Mrs. guests between the hours and 9 p.m. slX'ndmJune/ 3 24 with his parents,
Joan Chitty, with a bachelorette pool School Elbert E. Thornton; sister, Mrs. Don- table covered Mr and Mrs. R.O. Dansby: in Starke
Each The refreshment was
Friday
party and supper, Tuesday night. The night. guest was Miss Vicky Turner and Paul DeViloof
and with her Mr and Mrs.
nie Wise; and mother of the groomtobe lace cloth over pink and parents,
presented with Awards"Diploma with
a "Special a
Denmark home on Parker Street was Mrs. Lennard Out of open Davis in Gainesville Lake Worth spent the long weekend
Register. of
as a memento of the occa- centered with an arrangement pink
the scene of the festive activities.The town guests included Mrs. Charles with her mother, Mrs. Janet Turner
sion. silk flowers.
buffet table in the dining room
Green of DeLand. the
The hostesses presented -
was covered with a bright red cloth.
The three honorees red graduating Bobble Faye Chaff honoree with a piece of lingerie as a HAMPTON BAPTIST ACADEMYP.O.
memento of the occasion.
mortarboard caps were placed on the Luncheon HonoreeMrs. Denmark
t individual and Stacey
crystal pedestals placed -
.- down the center of the table. Fresh Bobbie Faye Chaff, whose Honored WithGraduation Box 181 Hwy 18
' .'. green ivy was placed around the baseof marriage to Tommy Blackshear will KLPOA Fish Fry
'. the caps and down the length of the be an event of June 26,was honored at PartyMiss
-'' table. a luncheon Saturday given by Mrs. Stacey Denmark was honored Held Last FridayOne CHRIST i.> Tables were set up on the patio and Jack Trawick, Mrs. Guy Sale, Mrs. with a graduation party Saturday, hundred and 25 memebers and BIBLE
decorated with the three BHS An- R.M. Riherd, Mrs. W.H. Thomson, May 22, at the Kingsley Lake home of guests of the Kingsley Lake Property CENTERED ' nuals and mock diplomas. Hanging Mrs. John Griffin and Miss Lillian Mr. and Mrs. Steve Denmark. Owners Association enjoyed a fish fry Q t.
baskets of tropical plants and art Stump at the home of the latter. Skiing and water volleyball were and get-together at the Civic Center
rangements of summer flowers were The honoree sat at the bride's tablein enjoyed by the group. Lunch was last Friday night. The fish, most of it SPIRITUAL
ii placed at points of interest throughout the dining room which was served from the dock pavillion. Help- caught from Kingsley Lake, was
I| the home and patio area. centered with an arrangement of ing Mrs. Denmark serve were Mrs. donated for the occasion by members. 1. Training tomorrows Christian leaders today.
y Following swimming, a delicious: roses and spring flowers. The other Denise Adams, Mrs. Dea Patterson, Among the guests from Clay County 2. Teaching young people to see life from God's point of view.
.3 buffet supper was served and was guests were seated at card tables set Mrs. Bettie Sue Denmark and Mrs. were Commissioner Wayne Spiv(')'. 3. Establishing the principles of godly living with their hearts and
;: followed by hand crank fresh up in the lining room and dining room Nancy Hull of Palatka. and two candidates for the District 21 mind.
1 strawberry and vanilla ice cream. A and held smaller arrangements of The approximately 25 guests en- State House seat Commissioner Lee 4. Offering a complete Christian education program with the
"1982 Graduate cake was placed at roses and spring flowers. Bridal place joyed the cook-out and lake party bet- Drawdy, and Jerry Johnson, Orange individual in mind
1.the end of the serving table and serv- cards marked the seating arrange- ween the hours of 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. .Park businessman. 5. Limited opening to qualified Christian young people.
ment of the 30 guests.
Among the guests were thehonoree's "And all the children shall be taught of the Lord; and great
mother, Mrs. Shi Smith, shall be the peace of thy chIldren" Isa 54:13A :
Emily Hartley her daughter, Shilyn Chaff and CongratulationsMichelle

., Celebrates Third mother of the prospective groom, Lady Golfers Muse Ministry of The
Mrs. J. M. Blackshear. They were Enjoy PlaydayLady
Birthday
Hampton Baptist ChurchDavid
presented with rose corsages. We are so proud of you.
r Little Emily Hartley celebrated her The hostesses presented the golfers from Ravine Country
.' third birthday Saturday afternoon honoree with a vegetable dish to her Club were invited to a playday) at the Love, R. MacDonald, Pastor
'when her parents,Mr.--and Mrs. Mike chosen china pattern and a rose cor- .Starke Golf and Country Club May 25. Mama & Daddy 468.2104 or 468.1930
('*. for her in the Gertie McRae of,Starkc was the low .
Hartley gave a party ... sage as a memento of the occasion. .
""back J-'brd"0'1;, 1"'*' "**" Mrs. J.W.'Ritch''assisted In'serving.; gross.winner for the 18 hole competition .r -,- ....
it'"The'S'ardl'Wgdecorated' 'witft"colort'd with Emily Brown of Ravines

:. balloons hanging from tree Madison St. Baptists coming in second.
:. limbs and swings. Centering the After the golf round the ladies enjoyed
refreshment table was a large sheet Hold Two Events swimming and a barque at
'. cake, decorated with a turtle and Linnie and Wendy Spitale and the Powell home on Wilson Road.
balloons. children, Jack and Mike were given a Ralph Bryant acted as tournament
Among those attending were her farewell reception Sunday evening by chairman and drove the"happy carl"
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry around the course. Bill Powell and
the members of the Madison Street
Hartley of St. Augustine and great Baptist Church following evening Bobby McRae were the"chief cooks"for dL fA\J! $2.8
the day. D@@
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J.T. worship service. t I

Prevatt, Sr. of Lawtey and Mr. and Spitale family are leaving Friday to r =
? Mrs. W.H. Agner of Kingsley Lake. return to their home in East Pep- Old You Know..,........ w o
perell, Mass. BllUDN
The membership gave the family a Friends of Mrs. L.C. Early will e
Twilla Roberts cypress clock as a memento of the oc regret to hear that her cousin, Mae
casion. Rader Was among the victims that
Honored at Shower On Monday afternoon from 6 to 10 were killed in the tornado that hit

u Twilla Roberts, June 11 bride-elect p.m. the Young Adults had a cookoutat Marion, Ill on Saturday.Mrs. .
,
'( the home of Leaton and Glenna
of Randy Merrill, was complimented
'( at a bridal shower Tuesday night, Morgan.. Gladys Dean of old Town was
E/ May 18, in the new addition of the Games of volleyball softball and last Tuesday visitor of Mr. and Mrs.
First Christian Church FellowshipHall football were enjoyed by the group, C.L. Cooper. :."
given by the ladies of the Mary- followed by refreshments of ham- : A GREAT BANKPLUS
Martha circle. burgers and hotdogs with all the trim- Mr. and Mrs. Gary Witt of Boynton
e... Games with prizes and mings being served. A devotion was Beach spent the weekend with her
refreshments were enjoyed by the 30 led by Clarence Cooper. parents Mr. and Mrs. George
guests between the hours of 7:30: and Before the evening activities cameto Copeland. They were joined by
-: fl-innnv. a close, homemade ice cream and another daughter Mrs. Michael Skincake -
--The refreshment table was covered were served to the 66 attending. ncr of 'Atlanta who is spending this

:- with a eyelet cloth and centered by an week. A GREATMORTGAGE
arrangement of pastel spring flowers.
Iced Cokes were served in a crystal
punch bowl. The gift table also had an

.. arrangement of pastel spring flowers.
Corsages of spring flowers were COMPANY
presented to the honoree, her mother,
Mrs. B.A. (Pat) Roberts and grand- SHEAFFERA
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mother, Mrs. Edna Jones, the prospective
groom's mother, Mrs. EOUALSGREAT
: Homer F. Hart and his grandmother, Gift for
Mrs. Nan Merritt,

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t.1i, Scouts have been "busy bees" good time They were also involved! in prepared many finger foods ana
during the month of May. They have supplying the community food pantry punch. The table was sH with a gold
BIRTHS travelled partied, camped, swam, with can goods and staples' as part of covering, neutered: with aasc of
I II ate and bridged. this challange. Several of the scouts daisies and the bust t of Juliette Gordon
I Cadettes were really busy trying to had helped with the district Special Low The plates carried the daisy
, finish badgework, a challange and Olympics.The t theme and the I cup were yellow, very
\ r several projects. They had a very Cadettes made a fun (trip to attractive
1 r, oIT successful coed softball game with Silver Springs and Wild Waters, earn Congradulations to all (the) bridging6th

,, vyrrrryw Brandl Lynn Faulkner refreshments while working on the ed their Wild Life Badge and had a graders
Ian,' Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Faulkner Challange of Being A Girl Scout. The great day.Cadctte. June 6th is a neighborhood; family
rI Jr. of Starke announce the birth of a yellow team won but everyone had a Troop 520 hosted the bridg- at Camp Neyati on Kingsley(
1 born 21 in ing for the neighborhood 6th graders outing attendas
1 daughter, Brandi Lynn May Lake from 2 to 6 p.m. You may
Alachua General Hospital. She joins a May 25, with approximately 30 attending but plan to attend
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I brother, Ryan Matthew, age 2. along with their leaders and Nc 'ati Is !located on SK-230, the
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Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mr. and Mrs.> Joe Peters and family. The scouts presented a program last road before tine residences start.
Mrs. Joe Thornton of Starke and Charles Peters of Atlanta were on their activities and events of
great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. weekend guests of their parents, Mr. the year, then had a brief slide showon
I Alvin Dicks of Lake City. Paternal and Mrs. W.S. Peters at Kingsley camping, a requirment of the Cam

I .'/' '."ut, "AiII IIr.IW: :t.-' grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lake. ping interest patch. '\
: Roberts-Randy Merritt Faulkner, Sr. of Starke and great- The bridging 6th graders were "
\ Twllla grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J.C. -- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welty spent given a daisy and a certificate of One out of every two
Hicks of Jacksonville. Michelle Meyer Friday to Tuesday of last week in bridging then invited to the refreshment households in the Unit
'Twillo. Roberts Drew Barry Dayton Ohio where they attended the table. The cadettes had ed States has a pet.Jabowe's .

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wedding, told Aaron Keith Tetstone Mr. Welty's father, a former student, .
Mrs. Patricia Roberts' of Lake Mr. and Mrs. Keith Tetstone of Drew BarryEngagement received a honorary law degree Fashions
the forthcoming Starke announce the birth of a son ToldMr.
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ritt Miss Roberts is the daughter of the Paternal grandparents are Mrs. riage of their daughter, Michelle Ann College, Birmingham, Ala. on Sun- gas i+
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June 11, at 8 p.m. in the First Christian great-grandmother is Mrs. Carrie Ed- Barry of Starke. most; outstanding active for the
Church of Starke. A reception wards of Starke. year 1981-82. Miss Barry will leave for ':" Blouses Skirts Dresses
will follow immediately. in the church Miss Meyer graduated from Forest Sweden, Maine next week where she .
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Fall manuevcring and wasn't caught until 4 plays later Panther halfback Jimmy
14-6 .
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he reached the 'Jacket 7. On the next O'Neal one-handed a high pass .; ..- .. .. .
play he faked to fullback Oliver from quarterback Clifton Reynoldsand

It had been a long, long time com- Tyson, who was buried at the line of ; '. sped 47 yards down the sidelinefor McDonald's
ing for Bradford High football. scrimmage, and snuck into the end- "If. ,.: the second Panther TD. The kick ,
A win that is. zone to tie the game. John David failed but Palatka had a 14-3 win. Buddy ,

l' After losing everything from both Francis toed the conversion and with BHS had a cornerback blitz on and ,.. '.. :'. .t'i
j jamborees in '81, to the l last 2 Junior-! 7:41 to go Bradford was in the lead, .. ," Bennett slammed Reynolds to the turf ,,," i .;:
k Senior games, and everything in bet- 7-6 .,: .j. just :as he threw the TD pass. A frac- Colli"gs J' Feeds

,a ween during the 0-10 1981 regular Hurse! said, "the 3 key guys on the tion of a second was the difference \
a season, Bradford High's football plays we ran to set up the TD and thento ..". \1\.1\: : : : ':. ... between about a 12 yard loss and the Y

team won something last Friday score it David Jones, Oliver ,' TD.
night Sure, it was just a Spring Jam- Tyson, and Robert did their jobs. ; Winners
boree, but don't tell a team that David had to make the key block and 'J." : '. : : Offense ImprovedThe
101 hadn't won in football since Oliver made a good fake into the post-game statistical survey Sports Editor

November of 1980 that jamboree wins linr" p.. :..... ... ..'. showed how much better the Tornado .. ._ .
are meaningless. St. Augustine charged right back, ... .. offense performed than in the Junior-
driving 50( yards to the Tornado 10 but '>c. Senior game
W After the spunky Tornadoes rallied on a 4th and 1 play from there'Jacket With Tyson's 103 yards rushing and After beating St. Augustine 14-6 in the Spring Jamboree last week Brad-
fo! from a 6-0 deficit
to whip St. quarterback Jeff Chandler tried to 77 by Carver the Tornadoes totaled( ford High's football Tornadoes were in a celebrating mood and they got an
I: Augustine 14-6 in their 2nd
quarter of cross BHS up with a keeper sweep 179 yards rushing on 22 carries an extra treat thanks to McDonald's.The .
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action at the Palatka w.
jamboree Friday and was decked for a 5 yard loss by 8.1 average per try. BHS was 1 for 4 happy football team was guests of McDonalds after returning from
night, it was obvious the win
was end John Bennett through the air for 12 yards. the Palatka jamboree
big. While the smiling players were first Hurse said praised both Tyson and "I'd like to thank manager Byron Christian for his support of our football
On down for the Tornadoes A
and
glad-handing pouring Gatorade Carver, saying, "Robert<< did a fan team, it means a lot to the kids," BHS coach David llurse said...
= over each other as if it were champagne Tyson was sprung free by blocks from tastic job considering he'd only been
H Head Coach David Hurse looked Jones, Spell, and Thornton: and running that offense a couple of
out over the end zone celebrationand galloped 70( yards before finally being days." The head coach also said the ...Starke Stars coach Jerry McGriff relayed the message' that former
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said, "that's just what these kids dragged down at the SA 15. An encroachment offensive line appeared to fire off Stars star (or is I is:: star Star) Chub Johnson got a juicy taste of the world of
big-time softball last weekend when he traveled with Kllie's (Coating of
needed. This does a world of good for penalty kept the BITS much better than in the JuniorSeniorgame
e:i.this football team." drive alive and on 4th and goal from o, the week before. Georgia to a 67-team i1)I open slowpitch tournament in St. Louis. .

The spunkiest of the bunch Friday the 1 with 55 seconds left Carver dove ..... ._ ... "They were more aggressive and Elite, last year's national: major division champs, has picked up a halfdozen
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1 players from Green Machine, including Starke's Km ('arllon, and
e night was sophomore Robert Carver<< over right tackle into the t'ndzone.Francis' had lot confidence in who
a more they
A Second Late they breezed through the St. Louis tournament undefeated (which must be
f who came off the bench to take over kick was again true to put were supposed to block this week than
5 control of the offense and directed BHS up 14.3.Cornerback. BUS defensive end John Bennett had in the Junior-Senior the only way to do it in a 67-team field),
both Bradford TD drives.St. Marvin Brown made hammers Clifton Reynolds just as the they He had special praise for Johnson game at Chub went 3-for-5 at the plate, was a sure glove in the field, and pitchedwell
Panther releases against some of the best pitcher's in the land so he see more action
Augustine bolted out in front 6-0 sure the Yellow Jackets weren't ableto quarterback a center, who he called "a hard-nosed may
I on an 85-yard TD sprint by halfback come back when he picked off a touchdown pass that put Palalka up football player." with Elite this year and in the future..

Richard Smith with just 58 seconds Chambers pass attempt with 31 133. The opponents totaled 210 yards ." -
gone in the quarter and it looked like a seconds left.Palatka<< rushing and 47 yards passing with the .Starkettes Youth Tourney is June 12.13

carbon copy of the earlier Pal atka- 3 long TD plays of 85, 59, and 47 yards The Starkettes Jr. girls Softball)) team will be hosting what is hoped to be a
Bradford quarter,when the defending Wins 13.3 That put BUS up 3-0 at the 9:43: mark. accounting for 191 of those stripes. 10-team girls tournament at Pratt St. Field in Starke June 1213. two works!
3A state champs parlayed blazing Bradford surprised defending! 3A Against the Panthers' speed:: that Defensive coaches !Mike Sexton and before the Stars and Jr. Stars 'cams! host the Coniiiiiutity'Actioii. Club boys!
speed into 59 and 47 yard touchdown Male champ Palatka with the first cushion wasn't nearly enough. Mike Hartley said Bradford tourneys. '.
plays to beat the Tornadoes 143. score of the Jamboree Friday.On Tailback Jarvis Williams, an all-state breakdowns helped the opponents
But the BHS defense allowed the the opening kickoff Panther defensive back last year who has inherited break the long gainers but they also ...Speaking of youth tourneys last weekend's tournament .Moultrie: la.
Jackets just 1 play over 5 yards after<< fullback Joe Brinson fumbled the ball the spot vacated;: by All- said the Tornado stoppers! were ag- gave Stars coach Jerry McGriff a chance to talk with many,of the'-trams J,'
that and mounted a goal line stand. straight up in the air and Tornado America running back John L. gressive. from the southeast and pump up interest for the June 2527dllln Club'
I And when Carver entered the fray Tony Hill leaped highest to grab the Williams, broke off tackle for a 59 "We can build on that aggressiveness / event. McGriff said Live Oak! and the Miami Bandilos the metro champs of
with 10 minutes to go, the BHS offense fluttering; recovery at Palatka's 37. yard TD run on the 2nd play after ," Sexton said. Dade again this year are almost sure to come and he has hopes for some of
)jumped to life. Bradford's kickoff. Chris: Large's Hartley said depth has to be built up the Georgia clubs
I The 140-pounder, listed number 3 on Starting quarterback Emmitt kick put PHS up 7-3 with 8:35: to go. in the secondary and the cornerbacks The Stnrri: will flay' a doubleheader against the I.heOak team in Live Oak
Bradford's preseason depth chart at Watkins, still unable to operate full- ...have to become more aggressive, but Sunday May ti: '
QB, 8 yards on his first play !speed with a knee injury, and Jones Bradford picked up 1 first down as added: "we've got a good nucleus "> ..*
and 3 pays later<< sailed 58 yards after hooked up on a 12-yard tight end pop Tyson followed center Tom Johnson, back there if we can develop some A v.'omsr'o"aftball! tourney to benefit Muscular Dystrophy be held
being cut loose by strong-side blocks pass over the middle to take the ball who Hurse said was Bradford's more depth." June 11-12 at the Lake Butler Recreation Complex
by David Jones, Stephen Spell, and to the Panther 23 and when<< PalMka outstanding offensive blocker) for the Tackle Dale Buchanon continued! to Plans are for a 10-teamer starting at 7:15: Friday night, with Country Hub.
Donald Thornton. No speedster, halted the BHS march there Francis night, for a 14 yard burst up the mid- lead Bradford defensively, and graded Sapps Plumbing! Providence FRM. Seaboard Foods, and the Bombers of
Carver still made himself tough to came in and boomed a 37 yard field! dle. But the Panthers stiffened, forcing out best 'when coaches watched Macclenny! committed

catch with some nifty open-field goal *viih i plenty of room to spare a punt by Francis. .1 t' game films Tuesday. Contact Clicrlie! Steckweider: : at 496.3859 for Information... ,
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It was a light week for Women's Women's League spread its hits and scoring around I
\ League Softball with Memorial day with Gayle Lee and Joy Mains the on- P'e '

: taken off and the standings didn'tt in thc.7t.fi inning rally to ly girls rapping more than 1 hit but dont. .
change much as 3 teams head into the runs -- one the result was si ill a victory.
lead Norman's while Joy Mains went
stretch run very much in the battlefor
the league title.Norman's 3-for-5 with a double and Gayle Leo Saint 10 Perfect 10 7s The Saints
was 3-6. For the Rebels Duane Over rallied for 5 runs in the top of the last
(10-2) survived a big man socked a 2.run homer and Joan to squeeze past Perfect 1(0 Wednes-
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the for Vicky Rosier, Mary: Brown, and Mary
just 2 games left. In key games the standings by rallying 3 runs in '
Felton chipping in i hits apiece.
Dazzlers and the 9th inning Thursday.
Cubbettes meet Geneva Hodges led) the winners For the losers Mar was 2foJr.tHh ,
Wednesday June 2, with the loser risk.
most likely dropping out of the race with 3 hits and Ginny Kilby swatted a .Cubbettes :27 Starkettes 4: After
for 1st and double in the decisive 9th frame. seeing
the Dazzlers challenge the Starkettes upset the .
Norman's Wednesday, June 9. Sandra Cauley was 3-5 for the DuzlersIonda! night the Cubbeites .
Saints and Darlene Evans 34.
took no chances Wednesday: wallop-
Thursday, May 27 InK the girls team: 27-4 as Lillie Mack ,;.
t Norman's 10 Rebels 9 ((10)): With Wednesday! ) 26 went 3 for-3 with 2 homers and a double Welcome back '
Norman's: down 9-5 with nobody on Daz/lers! Rebels 6 and Kathy Diggs went 5-5 with 1 ,
wand 2 outs in the bottom of the 7th it Harriet Hamm stroked 3 hits Von- homer and ;3 doubles. to high-interest no-risk investments.
.looked certain that the league would da Kay Hall punched a double, and E. Also for the Cubbettes Brenda ,
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*man's staged a dramatic comeback -. home run as the Dazzlers topped the Mary Strong 3-3 with Z doubles,
'scoring 4 runs to tie the game. They Rebels. Mashell Brown 2-3 with a double, and Risk just doesn't fir into cur way of Three and
finally won in the bottom of the 10th For the' Lawtey club Dolly Wood Judy Bright 2-4 with a triple doing business., At Fortune Federal, ?,
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I J i ;' Giants ((8-3)) Blue ((7-3)) I Minor, League.Tourney




I Have Hot Title Chase I Opens Thursday: NightThe


The Giants smothered the Braves Dixie MajorHal '* YFi4m' Phillies wrapped up the regular
Friday night to stay out in front of the + .a M4KM season Minor League title with a 13-5 Dixie. Minor
: Major league with a 7-3 record but win over the Twins last Thursday,
Law ley Blue ((7-3) stayed right on the Davis 2.2and Kirby Joe giving the Phil's and coach Jim David Elder both stroked 2 hits and
j I leader' heels with a 15-2 win over the Hildebran and Jason Crews both 12.
Ii I Womack a final record of 9-2, l'. Ashley Alday and Jamie Bowen had
third-place Dodgers ft-4) Tuesday games up on the Lawtey Suns ((8-4)) the other base raps for the Twins.
: night. Giants 10 Braves 2: Robby McRae A post-season double-elimination
I went 2-for-2 with a solo homer and an i t v JA tournament starts tonight, Thursday, Thursday: ,' 27
: Tuesday June I RBI-double and scored 3 times to + illttri i June 3K with 1 game at Pratt St, in PhillicM 13 Twins 31 Chris Simmonswas
i I Lawtey Blue 13 Dodgers 2: Robert spark the Giants to victory. Starke and 2 in Lawtey. 2-for-4 with a double, Jimmy
i ', Starling was 3-for-3 with a 3-run In Starke the Twins ((2-10) and Smith and Shawn Nichols
doubles and 6 RBI's to back Paul Akridge added 2 hits for the 2-3 tripledto
2
homer Malachi Jenkins as winners and Jason Roebuck was 13. Tigers ((6-5)) meet Thursday at 5:45.: lead the Phillies to their 10th win of
of
the pitching 5:30 in with
Action starts at : Lawtey
Rick Kimutis 3-3 with doublein the
was a year.
Blue crushed the Dodgers
Lawtey the Lawtey Suns ((8-4) playing the In.
Pratt St. to break the losing cause for the Giants and For the Twins Jeff Whitehead
Tuesday night at dians ((54-1)). At 7:30: in Lawtey it'sthe
the 2 teamsT tie for 2nd place. hits.Richie Taylor and Chris Douglas had Rangers (6-5) versus Brooker cracked 12. a double and Ashley Aldaywas

Blue Machine ((3-6-1)). .
punch Jenkins with'added a 2-run double some in offensive a 7-run Wednesday. May 26 + The top-seeded Phillies (9-2)) get into Suns! 10. It';.ng'rllIt: In a game that
5th inning for Blue. Timmy Seeley Braves II Mets 3: The Braves wenton I action Monday night, June 7, when was close all the way Kevin Wise
went 2-4 with a triple and Brian Crews a doubles binge with Richie I r r kYfi 1 they play the Twins-Tigers winner at scored the winning run in the bottomof
Ed 7:30 at Pratt St.Tournament the sixth to the Suns the 1-run
was 2-3 for the winners. Taylor, Douglas, Lloyd Gilpin, give
Dale Brown, and Stacey Lloyd all rap- nav7n.ati action continues in victory.
Johnny Jackson ripped a double ping 2-baggers. Taylor was 2-for-3 for ti.u v ,r Starke and Lawtey through at least Terry Berry was 3-for-4 and Allen
and Chuck Mullins, Dewey Williams the night Thursday, June 17, with the cham- Wood and Dale Norman chipped in 2
and Jason Polk had singles for the pionship game set for 5:45: that nightat hits apiece for I ho winners while
losers. For the Mets Brady Rehberg sock- Pratt St. If necessary a second Lamar Austin was 3-3 for the Rangersand
ed a 3-run homer, Brian Davis was championship game will be played at James McNoal and Jerry
I Friday. May 28 2-for-2, and Brian Whitehead 2-3 witha 5:30: Friday, June 18. Bradley contributed( 2, ast'rIlPs.,
Mets! II. L. Gold 0: Brian Whitehead double. *'
fashioned a no-hit shutout with 13 y rtlgw \; h1+"t C .a;{ i. \;"* .'; Friday, May 2H .fi'fyV' '",
strikeouts in 5 innings to pitch the Indians" Twins 5: Bo Mersey wasa FINAI.STANIINGS:,; W-l.
,I Mcts past Lawtey Gold Friday. Only 4 "."" 1.,> ....... WM.thru. Scoring a Run the Easy Way... perfect 3-for-3 with a double.and Phillies ? 92Lawtl'Y
walks and 2 errors; kept Whitehead Cl.ntl ( 1)) t-1 Winning pitcher Malachi Jenkins of Lawtey Blue Daryl Gnann added 3 hits in 4 at batsas Suns H-4
from a perfect game as only 3 Gold L.....'lluo '.) eases accross the plate on teamate Robert Starling's the Indians bounced the Twins. Lawtey Rangers 6-5
batters put the ball in fair territory. Ooooora t4MoM double in Blue's 15-2 win over the Dodgers Tuesday Tim Taylor; B.B. Prevatt, Jason Tigers : t ;''j 'l." 6-5
Brian Davis was 4-for-4 with a dou- ...- a l-o night. Hcrscy, John Dempsey and Jimmy Indianll"r.; *. 5-6-1
ble to lead the Mets offensively, while L.....,G..4. 4-* Waiting for the throw-in are Dodger catcher Randall Long also stroked singles for the win- Brookcr Blue Machihe 3-6-1
Jamey Carver was 3-4 with a double, .._h'...... alt Polk and umpire Nelson Green. ners while James Whitehead and Twins 2.10

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I Starkette Girls Bring Home 4th Place Trophy from Moultrie TournamentFor I I


the Starkettes 13-15 year old girls team last Hottest hitters for the local team were Stacey Reddish Mike Southerland Mitch Williams, Scott Hudson and John Riggs at .636 Norman .625 Thompson .615 Chuck .'
weekend's trip to Moultrie was a refreshing change of who cracked 8 hits in 10 at bats (.800 average), In- John Thompson started the inning with a string of hits. Johnson .600 and Blaine Dyal and James.Curt is .500.
pace. After 'learning' against the Starke women's cluding a home run and Marla Reddish who hit .583 and In the sixth John Bennett tripled and Clayton Norman Hottest bats off the bench were Mitch Williams (5-for-6)
league teams all year the local girls got a chance to play led the team with 6 runs. and Hudson knocked in runs to push the Stars up 86. and Steve Marshall <4-for-5)). '
against teams of their own age and the Starkettes split 4 Melanie Wood Tammy Odom, and Cindy Parado all Finally, McDonalds of Moultrie, which came throughthe Riggs led the club with 8 hits while Riggs had 7. Top
games to win the 4th place trophy in the 10-team had even .500 batting averages while next in line were loser's bracket to win the tourney, eliminated the run-scorer was Chuck Johnson with 5.
Moultrie tournament.Not Tammy Dempsey .429, Terri Fender .375, and Tonja Stars 11-9 as the local team left 9 men on base, includingthe
The Stars will play at LWCI Sunday, then to liveOak
; go
only where they successful, and glad to see opponents Rigby .357. Rigby and Wood both scored 5 runs. tieing runs in the bottom of the last.
to play the Live Oak senior boys team a
their own size, but the girls learned some things Adding to the Stars frustration was the fact that the
doubleheader Sunday June 13. They got to Tifton for a
about youth play said Coach Loretta Marchant Plowboys team they had whipped handily Saturday
: "They
Stars 7th PlaceThe June 18-20 and return home to host the
youth tourney
had to adjust to playing without that fence behind Split for morning came back to win 4th place honors.
Community Action Club youth event here in Starke June
them", Mrs. Marchant said, pointing out that the girls "We left a lot of people on base, which we always seem 25-27
have played on Pratt St. all year. "And they had to get Starke Stars 16-18 year old boys team also won 2 to do, but we hit the ball real well," Stars Coach Jerry
used to coming up for ball instead of going back. None of and lost 2 in Moultrie but was saddled with a tough draw McGriff said, pointing out a sizzling .606 team batting
the teams up there hit near as hard as the women's and missed a trophy, placing 7th in the 15-team field. average for the 4 games. "It was the defense that killedus
teams do." The Stars crushed the Tifton Plowboys 18-3 in the 1st we probably made more errors than we have in all Jr. Stars' Win 1 Lose 2 ,
The Starkettes will get another chance to compete round on the strength of an 18-hit barrage as James Cur- the league games put together. In that McDonald's '
against youth ballclubs when they host their own invitational tis and Jeff Johnson both out-hit the Plowboys ((2 hits) by game they scored 7 runs on 4 hits in the second inning The Starke Jr. Stars were 1.2 at Moultrie, with their
at Pratt St. Field June 1213. stroking 3 hits. because we had 5 errors on balls that never got out of the win coming against the hometown Moultrie Raiders.;
In Moultrie the Starkettes drew the eventual tourney In the 2nd round the Stars couldn't hold a 5-4 2nd Inn- infield. We made some great plays; ((2 diving catches by After falling to the 2nd place Tifton Mavericks 17-7 in I. '
champ Tifton Patriots first round and lost 18-3 but they ing lead against the rugged Hardees Roadrunners of Tif Chuck Johnson in particular) but we had those innings the opening round the Jr. Stars crunched the Raiders ,
came back to eliminate Albany, Ga. 10-6 and the Babesof ton, Ga. and lost 18-5 but they rallied to beat HVAC of where we couldn't catch a cold." 12.2 in the loser's bracket. They were then topped by the I,
Camila, Ga. 14-4 before falling to tourney runnerup Poulan Ga. 10-6 to stay alive. Down 4-0 and 6-3 against Leading hitters for the weekend among those who bat 3rd-place Tifton Rowdies 14-3 to fall by (the wayside.No f.
Doberettes of Jacksonville 13-6. HVAC the Stars tied the game with a 3-run fifth frame as ted at least 8 times were Hudson with a .667 average scorcbook was kept for the Jr. Stars. I

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sion leading Starke Stars, who have Church 'A battered St. Edwards with 20 hits f '. / N ; ,. j.r"! "
won their last 9 league games in a Thursday night with Dale Bedford I. ; '. ..,:,. ..., .' ''I
row, but 1st Baptist isn't much behind Hartley 3-3 with a homer and double, ((4-for-5) and Duane Searle ((4-6) .,. :- ('I' (' L
with 5 straight victories and 6 in its E.D. Phillips 4-4 with 2 doubles, and leading the charge. ;; i iI'
last 7 outings.1st Ronny Harris 2-3 for the winners. Raymond Trainor was 3-5 with a triple ,
Baptist ((8-5)) challenges 2nd- For Smyrna' R. Arnold 3.3 with 2 and double and B. Padgett 3-3 with
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place Kingsley Lake ((9-31) at 7:30 home runs, Al Waddell went 3-4 with a 2 doubles for Calvary. < i
Monday night, June 7, at Westside double, M. Griffls 2-3 with a homer,G. For St. Edwards Beck was 2-4 witha
Field. Goctzman 3-3, J. Griffis 2-3 with a double and Ed Spell 22.
double. 'e" '

Tuesday June I May 27Presbyterian Stars 4 Smyrna 2: It was first place ..
Stars 10 Jr. Stars 2: This game 21 Methodist IS: versus first place Thursday when 'A' .., ; 'I
wasn't; the runaway it figured to be as Larry Saucer slapped 4 singles and leader Starke Stars look on the 'B'' ,1 I I'i ,t,.. :: ." ". ','
the Jr. Stars 13-15 year old team gave Darnell: O'Neal went 3-for-4 with a tri frontrunner Smyrna Baptist. C", ..: .' ..... "IL
the older group a tough time before ple and double to lead Presbyterianpast Defenses prevailed and the Stars' 1. vp'"lj I '
falling 10-2. It was 2-1 Stars through 4 1st Methodist. was just a little bit better, holding :.. 1 ..! / "
innings before the 16-18 bunch plated 3 David and G. Bakken added '. \
Wager hits '
Smyrna to 6 while the Sr. Boys ; ," 4 4of
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runs in the 5th and 5 more in the 7th. triples for the winners while Ricky delivered 8. Jeff Johnson James Cur- ,- ',. .. j
John Bennett went 2-for-2 with a Johns and Jason Polk were 2-for-2 and tis, and Steve Marshall all smacked 2 .
double Larry Long 2-2, and Steve Scott Polk 3-4 for Methodist. hits for the winners while Jack Anderson '
Marshall 2-4 with a triple for the Stars and Roger Arnold provided 2 hits ) ?(
while Barry Warren Marty Irons, Kingsley Lake 20 Jr. Stars 2: apiece for Smyrna.'A' .
and Robbie Boone each had 2 hits for Kingsley unloaded its extra base at- l.
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the Jr. Stars. tack Thursday night with Roger Ben- Sfonoln, WIhr. | .
nett pounding a home run Richard a.....a.... ( Juno 1)) ..-. C.l.i"1 "1 "
1st Baptist 29 Smyrna 14: The Smith legging out an In- .1.1.,Lah ,., li
church league's leading home run hit David Gaines and Jim (garrison lac- l..oootlu ..' ,', __ -"
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combined for a trio of 'taters' and Crawford and Donnie Elder poking p. J
Rick Stevens and Jimmy Prevatt ad- doubles. Gaines was 3-for-4 and Gar-
ded a homer apiece as 1st Baptist rison 22. 'rl.ndln, .. W.L lIth.u '

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A Ray of Sunshine for : the Mentally Retarded .

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By Tony Burke outside of Slarke, on the road to the pie of permanent !structures Imrtlrr
One Client's 'Story : BCT Staff Writer prison! almost! unnoticeable at thehighway's ing a local trailer park. --
Sunshine Acres exists to sent I those
Sunshine Acres sits unobtrusivelyon edge; a conglomeration of .
SK-16 West two-and-a-half miles several old mobile homes and a couOccassionally clJ'lllboho are mentally retarded.citiu'ns (
A Day in The Life who do not require instituInitialization. !
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of Arthur Sinabian t r- 7u!!!: c- "Normalization is our goal" suit!
} A : Bob I-arrimcr, Executive Director at
By Tony Burke I the center "We work with t HKIM-
: BCT Staff Writer ku 4 clients who have the capability. In
: Many of the everyday functions we ready them for competitive employ
perform are taken 'for granted. 1'' 1111'111,111!get I them product i v e and help
Trivial things, such as counting them earn and learn."
change, telling time, tying shoelaces, n These !goals are uccoinplislicd:
: reading a sign; the simplest of tasks, i ;;;off, e fi a ri through several "job soiling
? for the majority of people, are done workshop programs that an aimed ai
: with little effort or thought. teaching the clients a markctuhli-
Arthur Sinabian is 26 years old. He skill. These include a plant nurserv
: has not lived in a home setting since k d'f> saw shop pallet building and ifc.ul
he was ten. For the past five years ing. packaging( and sorting, and
Arthur has had no record of family mobile homo skirting
contact. LarrinuT said Ihal the result! of the
i Life's simple tasks are not taken for ?.4. a \\orshops is lwo-fold. "II gars the _
: granted by Arthur Sinabian. Great ef clients a dallcl'llIl'II'1I money' :M.imof
fort is taken by him just to write his ;a" our client!, have never" had! the' <"pportumty
name, just to remember a single l to earn money, or oven I in,.
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telephone number.Arthur Sinabian is k : spend their own money.Vjmr 1 horn
: mentally retarded I this! chance. It builds theirHi
Sinabian is a client atJthe Sunshine ('St\t'eln."
Acres Work. Activities Center near Some money is generated from ''In
Starke. He was released from various \work projects PI'II1)\III) \ \
;: Sunland,five years ago because he from the pallet building unrk.slinp! ..,
was not a behavioral problem, and which sells ::111): pallets l'al'IIH'I'k to,
the push was on to reduce the popula- General Electric in Alacliua and
tion at such institutions, according to I this i is turned right) hal k 1111" I I hi' pro' '
Bob Larrimcr, the Executive Direc- gram I Lurruner' hopes thai the new
Elizabeth Walker Teaches Arthur How Count
to ,,
tor at Sunshine Acres.At nak-stained mobile home skirtmp I will
the center, Arthur's adaptationto .. lleae" *1'1' "Sun Shine Ai-ri-*"
the programs and his learning and ..'. ,. 1f-9'.",
1ro:: I".II.W I lilt
skills progress have far surpassedany ,I.. ,. .
expectations of him. "
"He's one our fastest' learners," Open (House June II .
Larrimer said. "But in another set- Z Siiutbian Lets to fj.vr till' Stnc At Sunshine AcresThe
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ting, his capabilities would have been
overlooked.' Sunshine Acres Work Acnvil>
"Arthur has improved tremendously -' ("enterill he hulling open 'liou.seFriday. ;
during the past eight months," said Give Your Favorite Graduates( ) ary'i June I 11 I from" 10 a in to, ::1" in
Mrs. Elizabeth Walker, an instructorat Included in (lie program will he
the center. "When he began, he Graduation tours, of the newly renovated\ ihland \
couldn't write his own' name. Since observation ;of, (the oni!uin prjccls. <>
then, he learned how to trace it and Tables will IH- set up display! : uhf!
then copied it. Now he writes it CakeJ1r the many items produced, ai iheicnlcr
without a model." lU-fresliments will Inserv,-,Iandlwuhwillheavadablel'ronntl |
Walker said that Arthur has begun ( no
learning to identify money and coins to l.OO.( ) T'oor pines. will, l hi' jjivenaway
through the use of a game the clients e\ -ry half hour
play. Pastry Shop The; public is I united to' meet\ Mime
Ralph Nordge supervises the small of outstanding! community leaders
J pallet building operation that the 138 E. Call St., Starke 964-5890 who have Ill'lpI'dI1h the u-juven.i
center operates. He too has been Impressed lion of the program.!
I'' with Arthur's work performance ..
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1\1.. "He gets 'opportuuitiesherethai.he'i L '
j wouldn't normally pave:Flo has spcc='
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I of eight months agooccasionally, ? ]
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Page4B June: I'm.! Cpl U.K. Blankenship

In Italy Exercise
.' : 'J\\<1 \.;"" Marine Lance Cpl. Randolph KBlankcnship. .

The Bulas Like the Heat HereBy ::;::,; J\;"' ,,, Murley Blankenship, son of Gerald of Starke.-'and

':,....' % recently participated In an,, : amphibious -
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I training exercise. on the
Island of Sardinia, Italy
I cold winter this So we're Cpl Blankcnship I Is a member of Zt
Tony Burke Joe and Jean Bula recently movedto really year Landing Team 1/8, 34th, f I
Starke from Glen Haven, Wiscon- enjoying the heat Battalion 1.
BCT Staff Writer' Amphibious Unit Camp Lt-
I No matter how high the mercury sin which is located in the The Bulas own and operate the Marine
climbs during the upcoming summer southwestern part of that state. "I'd Starke Power Equipment business on JCDuCringCthe five-day exercise, Cpl,
I
j I months, there is at least one couple much rather" it be 90 degrees than 30 Walnut St.,officially taking over from Blankcnship's unit performed an am-
here that you won't be hearing any below zero, says Jean. "We're get Marvin Rosier last Apr. 1. They sell phibious landing and subsequent\
complaints from. ting used to the heal, but we spent a and service Snapper and Yazoo brandmowt'fIi well as live-fire ..1 t
ashore, as
... _... ...... operations
--- --- -" -; and Poulan, Lombard and training with French and Italian '::3
Husky chainsaws In addition, they ro,
1y 1yk 1yr
are authorized to repair Brlggs and 3 troops. .,
Stratton Kohler, Tecumseh and Clint ::1
rr ton equipment, and sell Weedcatcr rLwJ! '12I
1t yard tools. r4 I

"Business has been good so far,and
we're pleased," Jean said. "And we
expect it to get better during the bum
mer."

Joe works as a mechanic in the l

shop, also employing Larry Bennettin CALLING ALL ;.n
that capacity, while Jean works the k

front desk. .
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The Bulas spent about two years CARS :
., r .10 9N looking for "the right town.

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"We wanted to live in a town with a I
population of between 5,000-15,000 SPRINGMQTOnCRAFT ''s I!
pcoplc"Joe said "We looked for ., ii
small businesses for sale in seven or r
eight different states. When we got to
Starke... Well, there was just OIL CHANGE i
a something about the place. We knewit SPECIALJust
right away. We love it here so far :.
'VWYYY
) We were impressed with the summer' .T r '12.47
recreation program and activitiesand

the people are friendly here. '.'tsparks ,

tu Joe worked in agriculture (seed y' ibaonefua

corn) in Wisconsin, and taught high
,4 L LI LI school English for eight years. Jean t
I v was a registered nurse for five years, .
fid until the birth of their first child. "He ./
has always wanted to own his own 6 7
I business and be his own boss," she
said. You'll get quality
Will Fly. service and
The Bulas have two children, son
w Josh, 8, and duaghtcr Brittany, 6 genuineMotorcraft
;
sft both students at Soulhsidc Elementary Earl Wayne Murray, mechanic at Drew's Garage!: in Waido, lakes a parts.
., j'LrwL moment from repairing a news reporter's automobile to sharpen a lawnmower Like five quarts of
blade.The portable grinder created a spectacular shown of sparks Motorcraft
{ Joe said that he is a warranted in the darkened garage.Children .
dealer for AMF and MTD mowers, 10W-40oil. Plus a
the latter a company that makes Motorcraft FL-1A
quality equipment for major chain, all| Filter: All for one
stores. "We have the parts for the do- Must Htive InnoculutionsFlorida 'low price Make
it-yourself mechanic or we can pick appointment
your
tctnaustPPT( )
up a piece of equipment and complel- law that all public
requires TOP\ ) today
3 doses polio( vaccine
I ly repair it,here at our shop, he said. school students present proof of immunization 1 dose each measles, rubella and This offer ends:
when enrolling in school. June 30, 1982
Starke Power Equipment is open This is usuall mumps
(Fla. statute 232.032) }
from 7:30: a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Monday first but Exemption for medical or religeous
Joe and Jean lulu, Starke 1'ower and Equipment through Friday and Saturdays 7:30: to1pm kindergarten other grades or if the grade student began maybe reasons must be documented
Ceri flea tes of exemption are TERWILLEGARMOTORS
schooling another state or county.
in available at the Bradford County
I Effective August 1, 1982, students HEalth Department or physician's of-
who are not in compliance with this fices (HRS-682. HRS68U.>
law will be temporary excluded.from school principal MadlMil StMtt
ObituariesFrancisco Please contact your 206 W. St., \
attandance.
school
if you have any questions or concerns 964-7200
Required immunizations are;
these
on matters,
Gamboa Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Gainesville; nine grandchildren and 4 doses diptheria,whooping cough
Marian RaFusc Underhill, of Starke; nine greatgrandchildren.Funeral .
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'Mr Francisco Gamboa, 76, of three sons, Alvin Underhill of Starke, services will be held Fri ,. -
Ijawtcv, died Monday, May 28 at his Ronnie Underhill,. and 0 Jay day, May 28, 1982, at 2 p.m. in'Mt. gAVE ;
home following an extended illness. Underhill, both of Jacksonville; two Zion Primitive Baptist! Church with 1
Mr \ ;>va4bonand l raised in daughters, Mrs. Vickr: ) DeBona, of EldcPiHerman W':.Jordon\ officiating '
I liiuisiana, Ih'o"mov'd to 'Corpus Milton, Fla., and Mrs. Sharon Bailey Burial will follow in Mt Zionv
(Dirifctl. Toatf">;w"'lre!< he wa.s*. cf.Valdobla; Ga.; ornvsle :sop,.pavid cemetery with Archer( Funeral Home, 'L",I"i ?&-,o t''+ .:
e ploy'd "fhirfPC! Electric Company Garland ot1..awtey; tf rc"rolh'rs, M Lake1 BUtlor charge'C' .I' I ....10J41i1MW1.LIMi.M4RNiAiY,9aN' M1 t .
until his retirement. He moved Rodman Underhill, Colly Underhill, k
lo Lawtey' about 15 years ago where and Arley' Underhill, all/ of Starke; Freeman KEND'I
D Hunter
ho resided since.Survivors and !six grandchildren. ,.
,' include his wife, Mrs. Funeral Services were conducted 4 Mr. Freeman D. Hunter,77,of Lnkrt,
Lelia Gamboa of Lawtry; one ion, p.m. Saturday', May 29, at the Chapelof Butler, died Monday' after an apparent -
Juan Gamboa, of Corpus Christi; Archer Tanner Funeral Home with heart attack at his home.
throe step-sons, Jerry, Phillip, and Rev Roman Alvarez officiating He was born in Georgia, to etiF
Larry Fishburn, all of Lawtry; throe Burial was in D>'al Cemetery with Ar- Florida in his early life. He live in
stepdaughters, Mrs. Kay Hock, Mrs. chie Tanner Funeral Home of Starkein the Gainesville area for years before
Joy Delosanlos and Mrs. Norma Jean charge of arrangements. moving to Lake But ler in 1979. He was
L>'los; and eight grandchildren retired from Division of Corrections,
Graveside Funeral Services were and a member of the Primitive Baptist QFEF PEOPLE
conducted at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 1, Ella Lee FerrellMrs. Church.
at Lawley Cemetery with the Rev Ella Lee Ferrell, 73, of Lake Survivors include his daughter.
Ron Martin officiating Archie Tanner City, died Tuesday afternoon in The Mrs. Fay Opp of Gulf Hammock, two
Funeral Home of Starke was in Baptist Hospital,Jacksonville,after a brothers, Arlie and Crawford Hunter
charge of arrangements. brief illness. both of Jasper; one !>sister Huaml a
She was born in Lake Butler and Russian of Ft. Pearce, Fla.; !six
O.J. Underhill moved to Lake City 13 years ago from grandchildren, Annabelle Baily of GYM DANDY
MiamI. She was retired from Dade Lake Butler; Rebecca Adams of Lee,
Mr. O.J. Underhill, 56, of Starke,
County Youth Detention\ Center. She Fla.; Colon Coody of Homestead\ ;
died Sunday, May 27 at Bradford SWING SET
County.Hospital following an extended was a member of !Mt Zion Primitive J.D. Coody of Lake Buller; Ted Simmons :
illness. Baptist Church. of Highsprings and Lee Farn- ij$1;
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. bach of Lake Butler and 1
He was born and raised in Bradford ; seven great 2 SWINGS I
County,The son of the late Oliver and Leona B. Lovelt of Lake City,one son, grandchildren. GYM,DANDY SWING SET
Martha; Ruby Morgan Underhill, Wallace A. Brannrnoff, of Jacksonville Funeral services will be held today SLIDING BOARD L '"
former residents of Bradford / ; two brothers,Seard Andrews of Thursday, June 3 at 3 p,m. in the I WITH" l
County.pioneer Lake Butler and Edward Andrews of Chapel of Archer Funeral Homo of EXERCISE BAR :t8995 ,
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Traffic Accidents nabis in a baggie was found at 2:45: Jackson. Damage to the front of the '81 Ford Randolph Crews, charged with Eddie R. Keith Sr. was arrested for
p.m by the principal and assistant Bond was set at $1,000, Bunch was police car was $150, there was no possession of a weapon by a convicted having no valid driver's license, according I
W.M. Wainwright of Starke stated principal. The student was charged released on recognizance. damage to Daley's 1980 Buick. felon, received probation of 1 year. to Captain Scotty Rhoden. 4
her brakes failed at the Majik Market with possession of cannibus and Keith was released on a $50 cash
parking lot on W. Madison, May 26. released to a guardian. Pedestrian LCI Escapee Caught Carl Cleo Thornton, charged with bond.
Wainwright's 1976 Ford jumped the Earlier the same day Assistant Struck On US301A After Five YearsA received 5 years probation, was
curb and front of the vehicle struck Principal Burney Winkler had ordered to made restitution within 6
the plate glass window in the store observed one student give another pedestrian was struck as she phone call from Alberta, Canada months, follow the alcohol program
front. Damage to the vehicle was student a bag which the student then entered the path of a tractortrailertruck to the Lawley Correctional Institute and mental health counselor's in-
$150, according to Lt. Eston Mosher. put into her handbag. The student on US-301 May 29. June 2 said they would like to deportan struction, have no contact with the 60,366 Drivers Arrested
then started to leave the school Ruth Lee Terry 57, of Starke, apparently LCI escapee they were holding in victim, and may not frequent For no Licenses in 1981
Stolen Car grounds but was detained by Winkler had been drinking and failedto jail on the immigation act establishments where alcohol is sold. Driving without driver's
license"*
RecoveredPatrolman who found a bag of pills and mariJuana see the oncoming vehicle driven by Michael Hare, 28, was last seen al continues to be a
a problem said tht"fo'lorida
In the students' possession.The Alvin M. Bowles of Jacksonville, according 12:40: p.m. March 11, 1977 at the Na- Traffic Arrests .
Wayne Wilkinson stopped student was charged with sale, to Captain Scotty Rhoden. tional Protein Company at Hampton. Highway Patrol recently.Patrol
"'a 1974 Plymouth with a black delivery and manufacture of a con- Terry was treated and released at Hare was on a work release job when DWLS or DWI
male behind the wheel on Walnut St. trolled substance, according to Lt. Bradford County Hospital. he disappeared.Hare records show that fiO.360
Mty'26 for unlawful speed. The male Lane Sibley. The student receivingthe There was no damage listed to the will be returned to Florida, Thomas Leroy Darling of Mid- drivers were arrested by troopers
fled from the patrolman abondoning baggie was not charged. vehicle. where he was serving a 5 year dleburg was arrested and charged during!!! all of 1981 for driving without a
th'i*car on Thompson St. and. fled sentence for stolen property and sale with driving while his license was license. For every five persons arrested -
toward US-301. Man Charged Police Car Struck and delivery of contraband from suspended May 17, according to for no driver's license,one was
The Plymouth belonging to his son Dade and Broward County in 1975. Patrolman Davidrum.. Darling was arrested for driving while !their
had)been secured by Edward W. With BatteryEddie During Arrest released on his own recognizance.Franklin license was under suspension revocation -

Akrfdge at 7:35: p.m. behind the Gene Bunch, 24, of Captain Scotty Rhoden was attemp- Criminal Court or cancellation.
cafeteria: at Bradford County Hawthorne was arrested May 29 and ting to stop a vehicle on US-301 at 8:40 DispensationsAppearing Albert Young, Sr., of
Highschool. The car valued at $1,600 charged with battery of a law enforce- p.m. on May 28, when the vehicle Starke was arrested May 17 for driv- Many persons caught driving w hose
was*:,-taken sometime between then ment officer and resisting arrest with turned into the closed Texaco Station. before Bradford County ing while under the influence of license has been revoked, suspendedor
and 9:30. violence.At When Rhoden got out of his patrol car Circuit Judge Wayne Carlisle Tues- alcohol, according to Trooper B. A, cancelled are not physically
The black male was 15 to 20 years 9:53: p.m. the police responded to the vehicle jumped the curb, went In- day June 1 were the following cases: Williams. Bond on Young was set at qualified duo to poor eyesight, poor
old And 5'7" or 6' tall according to a distrubance on Brownlee St., where to the Lil Champ parking lot, make a David Ballinger, charged with $300, he was released on a cash bond. reflexes or other physical disabilitiesand
Wilkinson.. Bunch was involved. When police U-turn and came back into the Texaco burglary of the Starke Golf and Coun- they take a chance on gelling/
Ku noticed Bunch had a club in his hand parking lot and ran head on into the try Club was placed on probation for 5 Willard Griff was arrested for caught. Inl'JHl. U.2H4of thorn did just
BUS( Students they attempted to apprehend him. patrol car.William. years. In addition to complying to the driving. while his license was suspended. lhat.
Arrested On Pot Poss Bunch struck Patrolman N. Jackson George Daley, 68,.of Holly Ballinger was
,'''',,, 'in the head with the club. Bunch was Hill Fl., was arrested and charged given a mandatory 9 months at Santa The records show that arrests for
A.student who had been suspended apprehended and transported to with driving while intoxicated by the Fe Community Correctional Center, Jerry Woods, was arrested for hav- driving without u license increased
for:: selling or possession of cannabis Bradford County jail. city and the Florida Highway Patrol, told to seek full-time employment and ing no valid drivers license and driv- 5.000 in 19H1 over IJIIO.rnts! by till
ono school property during school Criminal mischief charges may be according to Trooper D. C. Roberts. provide for his dependent child, ing while intoxicated over (ho law enforcement agencies for no
hours was arrested and charged with filed following investigation of broken Bond for each charge was set at marry or change place of residence, weekend. Bond was set at $300 ho driver's license in IJIIO! totalled 100.:167:
possession May 26. A marijuana windows at the site of the disturbanceon $300, Daley was released on his own and make restitution of $236.60 to the was released on his own and 56.B70 were arrested for driving
.,cigarette, and a small. amount of can- Brownlee St., according to recognizance. Country Club within 24 months. recognizance according to while their 1 license was suspended or
Patrolman N. Jackson. revoked.
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Vernon Lee Davis was arrested for Colonel Eldridge Beach. Patrol
wilful-wanton reckless driving May director said "If drivers realized how
I Fla. Folk Festival Concluded Monday 29, according to Captain Scotty main' unqualified drivers I here are on
Rhoden. Davis was released on a $150surety our highways' they probably would
bond. become better defensive drivers to

.:. By Tony Burke Festival held in White Springs this W.B. McKinney, of Starke, who has McKinney, who plays the violin at protect themselves.
.} BCT Staff Writer Memorial Day weekend."It played in the annual event since 1970. several area churches, was accom
Approximately 15,000people turned was a real good festival one of "The crowd was a little. larger than panied by Mrs. L.A. Canova on piano
I out! for the four-day Florida Folk the better ones I've played at," said last year." during his Sunday afternoon perfor- dr. Food Store
mance. Canova was playing again for
L.h the first time in five and n n
years "Where get low prices & friendly service
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tai Iow'truck and to act as thee of the other 42 clients at the center, clients learning. Or as Larrimer putit
aiJ 1anJHe.ls paid based begins at 9 a.m. with roll call and an "We're all teachers here."
Ob !'i ivity usually$8-$10 a exercise period. Work periods follow. Time is set aside for some social In-
t_," 'fdr.jvorluii3. {' about;; four fourscht1qrMonday Interspersed ,with classroom time. teraction between clients time to We're proud to help with
:: through Friday. Most of the instruction is individualized share conversation over a soft drinkor
tk tl want.to buy a television, a tape as much as possible, given the just sit in the shade. At 3 p.m., the
5neas.ure.. ; .and. a stereo," Arthur said.LUlrrimcr limited resources of the center. Ten clients board buses that take them to
"I' ": teachers, five of them primary In- the several nearby fiveand six-
tells with pride how Arthur structors, are responsible for the member communal-type Stepping one of the most important
buys necessities toothpaste Stone Homes that they live in.
Clothing, soap and detergentrather

he biro, earns frivolously. on candy spending or nonessentialems. the money NOW OPEN j obs in the country

,Arthur recently won the coveted *
'Client of the Week" award, which is Hwy.301 407 Temple Ave, Starke, Fl. .
bestowed upon a Sunshine client in
Recognition for good job performance
hs-twell as academic improvement. IDIIillI1 IiliJWI3rn ?
This entitles the winner to a free ; ir
pinch at a local fast-food restaurant
of STARKE pv
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]o Arthur, and he breaks out in a huge StopByorCall /.31'eo ,
smile.' "Going to win Client of the sef"l\C ,
Week again, going back to : 964-7911 Pel"/e"ce
cDonalds," he says. It's been said that American And share for
we concern
"When: he came here Arthur was Stocking' the fiatter/es YOU your
tn of our lowest-level clients and he fer May Need farmers have created the eighth protecting Florida's environment.
might still in fact be institutionalized
today if it weren't for the progress Automotive (Foreign. ... DomotMc) Commercial DMarln OFarm wonder of the world. If that is so, Our reclamation efforts( have converted
he's shown here at Sunshine Acres Equipment Olawn Mow.r Oar Motorcycl. u.eO
Lorrlmer said. "The community is ALSO then the Florida farmer is a giant thousands of acres of mined
unaware of the capabilities of some of C bl.s "NEW"Altimaton
Regulators among giants. out land to profitable and-
pur clients, and how they can benefitfrom (24 tinl i Wanmfy) pastures
working with them." w. Initall and Check Sr".m Because Florida farmers and groves. And our water management
A for
: "typical" day Arthur, or any .
t'. "I T ranchers are the No.1 1 prcxiucerof 15 system is so effective we recycle 90%

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CS A "Free Spirit" bike value $35 is Starke was cited in the accident for ing the roadway going north as Mary Sheriffs spokesman. The equipmentwas Sikes, Faulk Complete f..
Police BriefsThe missing from Brenda Merchant, according having no valid driver's license, according Ethel Hardison of Brooker was east- examined when it entered the Continental. Training r i
theft of 16 tires and rims from 4 to Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson. to Patrolman N. Jackson. bound. A semi-truck was parked prison and was found to contain abouta
trailers at Community Mobile Homes Brazel was traveling south on PineSt. alongside the road, blocking pound of marijuana which was y Allen Sikes and Joseph Faulk of5t
was reported May 31,according to Lt. ., failed to use due care,striking the O'Stccn's vision of oncoming traffic. wrapped in some tin foil. Starke, have both recently completed
Lane Sibley Value is approximately Wm Thomas Reeder, 54, of Starke, Mercury the left rear. When she pulled onto the roadway she training courses with Continental
Following his arrest, Brown' way'temporarily of South-Florida
Telephone Company
$400. was arrested June 1 on US-301 southof Damage to Brazel's 1973 Plymouthwas struck Hardison.
Starke and charged with driving $300, damage to the Mercury was Damage to O'Steen's 1972 suspended from his part- Sikes, Installer/Repairman ,,completed !
Several items were reported missIng while intoxicated and resisting an officer also$300. Oldsmobile was $100, damage to Har- time duties as a special deputy for tho Continental's Customer Scr52j
from classrooms and the library without violence. dison's 1974 Buick was $700, according Bradford County Sheriffs Department vices Flexlearn course. This courses
,i at the Bradford High School over the Rerdor was released on his own Randolph Lee Jones' 1983 Ford to Trooper William Abrams. a non-salaried position he has includes Station Repair, Station Installation. -'---
held since November, 1978. Brown'schief Coin Stalion'Carrier -
weekend, according to Patrolman recognizance under a $800 bond, according pickup was struck while Ie was parked Telephone '
Steve Backus. to Trooper Calvin Pace. on SR-230. Lester T. Crews>>, 76 of responsibility was to accom- and Tie Key Systems.Flexlearn ; ?
Starke was attempting to park in UCI Employee pany a full-time deputy on weekend courses arc designed to teach;:.
Some set fire to a small window in Beatrice Jackson's 1977 Mercurywas front of Jones vehicle, turned to Charged In Pot Find patrols, Sheriff Dolph Reddish said. the student at their individual pace 3

the rear of the Starke Print Shop over struck while it was parked May sharply and locked bumpers, accor- George Leon Brown, 36, was arrested Reddish said he has been well and has proved extremely successful.x* I
the weekend. 29 on SH-16. Joanne Brazel,31, of ding to Patrolman N. Jackson. at UCI May 25 and chargedwith pleased with Brown's work, and that Allen Sikcs joined Continental t'
Damage to Jones's truck was $50 possession of more than 20 Brown has contributed to local law Telephone Company in November pf: -:
damage to Crews' 1978 Lincoln was enforcement by volunteering his services 1981. 'iff [
of and introduction '
grams marijuana Faulk Switchman the
I Drawdy Begins CampaignLee $250. .of contraband into a state prison. on weekends and holidays. Basic Transmission completed and Carrier :x i
Brown who is an academic consul Brown released
was on a $1,000 This is
Elizabeth E. O'Steen of Brooker course. course an eight
tant with the UCI education department bond from
surety the Union County course and provides specific hands-on :
was cited for failure to yield the rightof
Drawdy be voice in allegedly donated a piece of jail.
want to your accident maintenance, troublcshotting and fi
in June 1 CR-18.
sioner, ," Drawdy said.: way a on stereo equipment to that department alignment training for Central Office\ und :
O'Steen was entering CR-18, cross-
Saturday for addition to his eight years: of ser Dec. 31, according to a Union County transmission employees. ...* i
in the on t the Clay Commission, Drawdy --
tatives. had experience with the State iI
The fund-rai of County Commis Prices Good thru June 6.1982 I
than 800 and has worked for the ,
Clay, and St. of his: home county. HP pledg \ .
believed to b past."I I use his experience and leader I -
events of its in behalf of each of the counties i
new District 21.
In a brief t than 400 poUnds of fish, along ..
Clay County cole slaw and baked beans, were
the crowd
and served by a hundred
in the House
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soon begin producing revenue for the normal social interaction, proper
center behavior in a restaurant or on a bus;
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"We're a non-profit organization" human growth and development _
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and slate grants to fund our operating t ion- (exercise or perhaps a trip to the
budget, but a certain percentagemust lake or a movie; and of course, the I ;.
be made up in matching funds.! job related skills"
The money raised from our profit pro- Sunshine Acres has been in operat Major League
ducing operations only partially ion t for six years and currently serves
covers the matching grants. We hold 42 clients. Initial community involvement SouvenirHELMETS
fund-raising functions during they ear in the program was strong, but
to make up the rest." has tapered off, according to Lar- ..
Clients work about four hours per rimer.
day, with earnings based upon their "We have five clients who we have I
individual productivity. The remainder referred for vocational rehabilitative Regular $2.96 .
of their dayis spent in adult services which should eventually lead V4V
basic education classes. to the *o.Y
employment community, he
Mrs. Tina Ilemme is the Program said. $ -196 4 $
Coordinator for the center and she "The community is unaware of thecapabilities 1 .92
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Fish Commission has!: just complctt'dstocking
several lakes with the various lakes!: to determine f;
area
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; total of 19,000 of the minnowswere future* fish stocking is warranted.

1 ..,.,,,.... turned loose in Lakes Sampsonand Wildlife officers who conducted: t the I:
s Ryals. Other area lakes that were stocking said that the fish will bo big

;; ,,' stocked were Lake Geneva ((8,000), enough for harvesting in about eight
,.r+ Lowery Lake (K.850)). Lake Butler months with an average weight expected

F ((3,400)), Lake Palestine (7,800)), Lake to be around three-quarter
Alto (4.350)) and Hampton Lake pounds.tr .

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completed one station unit training Rowe Receives
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advanced individual training.The has been<< awarded I ho Good Conduct '::
training included weapons Medal in Darmstadt, West t German,
qualifications, squad tactics, patroll- Rowe is assigned to the 7th Signal ..
I Lyi ing, landmine warfare, field communications Brigade as a communications>
/rw a and combat operations. specialist.He .
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i wildlife biologists with the Game the near future." recaptured panther from the 1981 ef- All the cats in the study are locatedin Roast lb. _
and Fresh Water Fish Commission Logan said the purpose of the studyis fort."Four the Everglades area of South
cinder a second year of radio to follow movements of panthers other cat mortalities have Florida.
telemetry field study of Florida panthers and to document habitat preferences, been documented since December ol "When we understand more about
t a status report shows some social interactions, and populationstatus 1979 but this is the first of our in the mortality rate and reproduction in Grade A
news and some sad news. of the felines. strumented cats that have died," this population of panthers, we will
(good Commission captured seven The Florida panther is an en- Logan said. He added that the Com have a better understanding of the 59

Florida panthers and equipped them, dangered species and the Commis- mission is not certain what caused the current as well as the future status of Fryers. . . . . . . . lb.
*ith radio transmitter collars to sion is utilizing radio telemetry death of the male panther. Only I this endangered species," Logan
r nhonitor their behavior and move- monitoring radio signals from small skeletal remains of the cat were said.
ment transmitters attached by collars to located and are being examined at the The wildlife official explained that Meats Cut to Order U.S.O.A. Food StampsIf

I "We recently documented the deathof the cats to learn more about their Florida State Museum, University ol "although it is disheartening to docu- Preferred Welcomed
one of the male panthers," said lifestyles.Two Florida at Gainesville. ment the death of another endangered
Tom H. Logan, chief of the burea of of the panthers received collars Biologists estimate the age of the species we are very pleased to have
8 til 6 Monday thru Saturday
wildlife research for the state agency. in February of 1981 and six panther at seven years. The collared noted that these animals are also Open am pm
'!We have also documented that one received collars from January panther was known to be alive as reproducing as evidenced by one of Thursday and Friday fit 8 pm
ofjhe females is expecting kittens in through March of 1982. one being .a- recently as late March. the females found to be pregnant at Closed Sunda for Church
she receive her collar J
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Conservation Programs. ,j.


For The Graduate

while 48 percent .
:;Nearly 83,000 people filing public Agreements between governors of Among those responding to the InvitatIOn -
states and the USDA for conservationaid
comments on a proposed new soil and for
comments
water conservation program for the were supported by 32 percent and nors and other state and were local gover-officials
U.S. Department of Agriculture opposed by 48 percent. farm in Your Life
two aspects of the i i organizations and con-
would support targeting more USDA Finally program servation groups.Of .
were widely opposed in the com-
funds and personnel to areas where the individual
respondents 62
soil, erosion and other conservation ments: State-level coordinating
boards ((61 percent opposition) and percent were either farmers, ran- A
problems are critical. chers or rural landowners. Typewriter that will
federal block
matching grants to
Secretary of Agriculture John R.
that would reductions in There was a heavy response frcm
states
cause
Bk said 60 percent supported involved with last them lifetime
other federal conservation program people conservation activities a
tafi letijig, 32 percent were opposed
funds (64 percent opposition). as nearly half the
a 8 percent were neutral.
respondents indentified themselvesas
Block said many respondents added
last ttqyember through not opposed to to either board members of conserva-
they were grants
thr"'publlcJic: &ld comment
States in concept but did not want ex- tion districts, members of county
10 s parate features mandate' isting programs affected.. Agricultural Stabilization and Con-
which
ram, was
i and Water Resources Conser- The USDA, in addition, asked for servation committees or employees
of local state federal
or
government
the three
etot1977-Blockasked' for the opinions on main program agencies.
alternatives.
P tic :omments to help him' prepare Althought from
responses came
Alternative l'was a recommendation -
th il I RCA and
t'tin report recommendation -
throughout the nation, five states
to the President and Con- of 'qontln atlon of current program
trends:' This gained 61 percent were especially active and accountedfor
gress. more than a third of the total
support and 21 percent opposition.
Targeting, now being tried on a
responses. They were: Kentucky,
limited basis, is' a departure from Alternative 2 was a"redirection"of
the present federal program by 8,950 responses; Oklahoma 6,095;

tradUionaVPfDAirapnservationpolicies.i It was one olllS features that priority setting and targeting funds, Texas Tennessee, 5,279, ; California, 4,732; and Priced from __
from "majority. but without a greater role for local 4343. ,
gained support
and state governments. This received Block said many who responded -- "
Another proposal gaining majority during the public comment period s :
42 percent support and 38 percent op ;
support (53 percent for, 32 percent said they were satisfied with conser- 199
against, 15 percent neutral) was to require position.Finally vation
proposals, saying "We will
farmers to have conservation USDA's "preferred program 1 p
before Farmers ," whose 20 individual features carefully consider what the public .
plans receiving told us as we make our final deter-
would both redirect federal
Home Administration loans. programsand ',
we Have A
mination on the USDA conservation \
Support on 13 other individual add a greater local-state role, ))
features of the program ran from 58, was given support .by 43 percent program. .y.

percent to 87 percent. Selection of
.Three parts of the program received -
a fairly mixed reaction, without a
majority either for or against them. Used Portable
Forty-six percent supported a proposal Mr. Advertiser:
.
local coordinating
to set up new
boards, but 41 percent supported a
proposal to set up new local coordinating IF' : of f \ Typewriters
boards, but 41 percent were ,
opposed. A new National Conservetion -' J f ft\' from
We remember 80 of what
cent
Board was opposed by 46 percent per we read

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During the six-month deployment a
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,Summer Camps .. ,' .. Lake Butler. Blinn Is also the new 1 Nuisance Alligators1,a

I :: County Attorney. Florida's alligator population.tnst

closing in on the one million ma4

..JI Kevin G, Brook, DMD. has joinedthe With the increase in human pojgi la-

New Boy Scouts May practice of William M. Witt, DDS, tion, this means a significant inc & ise
The 1982 camping season will begin Mondays through Fridays, and Richard J. Kosch DDS, in their in alligator-human conflict. -,;fc'

,; Attend Summer CampBoys June 13 and run through August 7. campers may participate in archery, practice of family dentistry at 25 NE Although state law prohibits :Ihe

who join a Boy Scout troop this Both camps, one in the Ocala Na- swimming, canoeing, riflery, hiking 1st St., Lake Butler. feeding, molestation of abligr4's,

spring in the North Florida Council, tional Forest and the other in the J.W. and sports. The first session begins on these activities continue to be aWe-

:: Boy Scouts of America, may attend Corbett Wildlife Managment ,Area in June 21 and ends July 2. Session two The Lake Butler Clearvlew Cable blem, said a spokeman for the ida
:- this summer with their troop. south Florida maintain one week ses runs from July:5-July 16 and the third TV office at 40 E. Main St. just field Game and Fresh Water Fish Comis.
I< camp
sions. Campers will be restricted to a session is from July 19 to July 30. A its' grand opejiljig. sion. '

, I More than 50 Scout troops from one week stay. one-week session will operate from Remodeling continues at the old "Alligator have a natural fea't of

.*. North East Florida already have The Ocala camp located on Lake during the week beginning Aug. 2. Stuckeys on US-301 N. The business !humans, however, they may lose f is

'- signed up to attend weeklong sessionsat Eaton is approximately 30 miles east Space is limited and transportationpick will be under new managemant and I fear as they come into continuous ctact n-
Camp Shands on the Baden-Powell named "Textile Town of Starke"featuring with humans," said Chick
Scout Reservation. Summer camping of Ocala. The Everglades youth campis up-drop off points are still being
15 miles west of West Palm Beach. formulated. Costs for a two-week session a full line of Peperel! McKelvy.
is part of Scouting's educational program sheets towels and linens. Mon Persons who observe alligalor In
Fee for the week of education and is $70; and the one-week session ,
for youth. recreation is $75 per camper. The will cost $40. These fees will include tgomery Enterprises of Gainesville is unusual places or encountering g-

"While each troop is taking part in charge includes housing, meals, acci- lunch each day. Transportation will the new owner and tentativly plans a gressive alligators should call e

its own camping experience each dent insurance, emergency and cost an additional $5 per week. -U small outlet within the town in then commission. The commission s

Scout has an opportunity to practice minor medical attention and camp -- ,_*_ __' ""--_' future. trained and licensed agent trapper to
Chad Day camp will run from 8 a.m. to .. I former remove the nuisance ators. .
skills said .It' Debra's Kitchen the Little >
1 many Scouting programs. .-'--- ;:""" ,
4:30 with
Greer, Camp Director. "In addition, : p.m.; special arrangementsfor taly Restraurant on US-301 S, is A nuisance alligator is defined as
Applications, brochures and additional early drop off-late pickup possi- under and one being greater than four feet in
the summer new ownership
camp experience New Tooth DoctorDr. manage-
information are available by length and real threat to
strengthens the ability of the in- ble.For ment. posing a
dividual troop to function effectively calling or writing the Commission'snortheast more information or to Dennis Connaughton joins the George Goetzman and son Tim human life. ..,

a. on its own in outdoor activities regional office at register come by the camp office on dentistry practice of Dr. Harry have bought Debra's and have hired Anyone who desires to report a

through the year." 1-800-342-8105 or (904)752-0353) or Brooklyn Lake or call 473-4213. Gruen here in Starke. A Ft. Lauder- Carol Combs to manage the nusisance alligator should call the
I Route 7 Box 102, Lake City, Florida dale native and Graduate from the restaurant. Lake City office at ((904)) 752-0353 or

Greer explained that each troop 32055. U.F. College of Dentistry, Con- Debra's which features toll free at 1-800-342-8105.

goes to camp with its own youth and Girl Scout Camp naughton moved here from his S. :T
boastsa
f' adult leaders and camps at a troop Forestry Summer CampIf "homestyle,country cooking
are looking for a summer Florida practice because he'd seen two-meat, three-vegetable buffet
site where each patrol operates In- you Cpl. Robert CoullietteIn
i won't cost Gatweay Girl Scout Council offers the area from when he was in college
dependently. To meet the specific camp for your child that a each night until 8:30: as well as
Ft. Pickett Exercise
desires of each troop, the council provides swnmer's pay, check into the Florida many different kinds of camping for and liked it.Connaughton. breakfast specials. Carry out order
different Division of Forestry's Summer En- girls from 1st grade up. Camp lives on Kingsley will be available as soon as a new Marine Cpl. Robert W. Coulliette
program oppor Chowenwaw Green Cove Lake with his wife Debbie son, Sean III whose wife Patricia is the
tunities. These include everythingfrom vironmental Program.The near Springshas ; phone is installed. Business hour will ,
basketry to lifesaving to bird sessions from June 27 thru August and daughter Kelly.Business. be as follows: daughter of Shirley Cato of Hampton

study and lots more. The has camp is designed for youths 6 with camp fees for a one week ses- Sunday-Tuesday: 5 a.m.-9 p.m. recently participated in a "Combi ed

activities that help program the Scout 12-18 years of age. There are two locations sion $60 and two week sessions $110. NewsA Wednesday-Saturday: open 24 Arms Exercise" at Fort Pickett: \; a.

develop many Patrol and Troop spirit where the camps are held. One Special sessions called Beachcomber, hours. Coulliette is a member of the 2nd

through team work. The Skill-A- camp is held in the Withlacooche Rockhound Snorkeling and World's Assault Amphibian Battalion, Camp

Rama, Water Carnival, Buried State Forest, near Tampa the otherin Fair Bound range from a fee of$130 to new 24-hour Suwannee Swifty the Flna station on US-301 S next to Lejeune, N.C.

Treasure Hunt, Baden-Powell the Blackwater River State Forest $150.Registered store has recently opened for businessat Wendys has reopened. Gerald Griffis During the two-month exercise, bis

Marathon aid in developing the Troop near Pensacola. Both locations have scouts will receive the intersection of SR-100 and is the new manager. Business hours unit participated in live-fire exercises

and its Patrols. Individual Scout well maintained environmental preference until May 1 then first SR-121: in Lake Butler. will be from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., each involving the use of tanks, artillery,

development and advancement are education centers which offer lodging come first served with sessions closing day, except closed on Sunday. Fina tracked vehicles air support and In-

I part of the Camping expereince dining, education and recreation when a session is full. Nonscoutsare Roger Blinn, Attorney at Law, has will have a mechanic on duty. dividual weapons.

through CPR training. Hunter Safety facilities.A eligible to attend any session of opened an office at 380 W. Main St. in ..

i Course, Mile Swim, and 5 required blend of environmental studies listed resident fee.Gateway.camp they add $10 to the Nutrition- Center Menu I

merit badges for Eagle. The In- and recreational activities keep the
offers several Mini-
dividual Scouts and Troops programis students keep the students interestedand NUTRITION CENTER Cocktail
Camps include Florida Folk Cultlure June 1-1.June IK
developed to fit the needs and
desires of the individual. active. Best of all, the price is an at White Springs; Sawamish at MENU June7-June II :Miittduv. Roust Beef Au JUM.. Au
affordable $73 for the week-long session Wekiva Springs Aquatics '82 and The following is the menu tiralin Hulatix'b, Spmich. "'hI(' Huh.Margurinu' .
; MondayPork Sucy ChimMeln
: Chop on
Summer camp offers opportunities : the exact state cost of providingthe Ahoy Matesat Camp Kaateri at :for meals served at the Monday. Smoked Sausage Sweet Noodles with Chop Sue1)Venetable. Fruit. SpUKhelll in St'u.xiulTun.lus ..lth '4 Meat

: for Scouts to develop learship skills program.The Orange Springs; Saddle Up; Island I!nutrition site here in Potato Souffle, Pineapple Salad with Lime Perfection,,, Salad Sauce, Tubbed Salad with

i and self-reliance, take part in ad- first-come Adventure at Fr. George; Stitching Keystone at St. Anne's Shredded Chcete, Whole Wheat with Collar Cheese, Fresh Whole Wheat Tnmufu'PepKT, Italian, r.reaiig.Gri'i .
camps run on a Roll. Margarine Orange ,
vancement activities, improve personal first-served basis and only 1,150 can by the Seashore, Neptune Beach; :Episcopal Church beginningMay Bread Margarine. Spice Cake Tuesday Baked('hiLkt'n Okra andTomatoes' MjrKdriiHPrath Beuiih. tlalian-bt CrispUiMlni' bread.
: fitness, and practice teamwork, Horsing Around and Equestrian 31.Please. Tundav Ham Macaroni and ,, Lima Bcantt Bibiuil. .
be handled at the centers. Blackwatercan riieewCasserole. Sauteed Cabbagewith rtuPepper. Steak wilhtiruv
I according to Greer. Scouts also have handle 45 students per week and Adventure at Alachua and Me and My clip out and save Onion.Tossed Salad with Green Margarine Lemon. Cheeseburger Fluff with ). Field, Peua with Snupk Tamil
Mrdnrsduv
time to take part in activities such as Withlacoochee can hold 75 per week. Mom at Camp Chowenwaw. 'for future reference duringthe Pepper Biscuit Margarine, Cherry Mustard and Calttup.. Baked 1I'ans. and.Pineapple, Salad. Whnle WbrolKnll.
aquatics outdoor skills, conserva- Of interest to Bradford scouts month of June. Gelatin Charlotte Coleslaw with Carrol Hamburger Marianne.. Prebh OrjniieThursdut
The first camp begins on June 13 and are Meal l Loaf with Gray.Greet .
Each meal is served witha Hednmday > Turkey Supreme.Green Cookie,
tion, and field sports. sessions planned for Bun Chocolate .
Camp Peab. Died Whole
runs each Sunday through Saturday Neyati on Pea and Carroll.Orange Fruit Huluhaia.
throughout the summer, ending Aug. Kingsley Lake. Junior Neyati Aqua is "t pint of milk. Mold with Mandarine Orange. Rice, Thurndtt\ Ham and NaBeany.. WllI'aIUull.II1.lfllarlll. .Krebh.Fruit'in
To become a Scout, a boy must have Turnip Green Buttered Beelii' Corn- Season
3 scheduled for July 8-10 from 8:30 to Beef with Oatmeal CookiesThurathay ,
28. ThiirxUy -Spanish bread. Margarine. Banana ,
completed the fifth be at KrlilaHnfdie Turke SandvtuhWllh
grade or Hoagie Steak Au Jus.Summ..r >
3:30 with activities including Noodles Green Beans Tossed Salad FridaySwedish Meatballs, ....am. ,
least 11 of Additional information ('ollard Gr..ns.Cor- Gravy Mushed Potatoes. Chopped
years age. with Tomato and Pepper French Squash ed Cabbage. Glazed Carrol Hue,
An added bonus M.
to campers is being badgework, crafts, swimming and nbrcad. Margarine. Fresh AppleFriday Brotioli, Hhile Bread.Margarine. .
about ,
the Scout Drrsiinti Coconut Pudding
Boy programin chosen to attend the advanced week canoeing. The fee is $15. Friday Veal Cutlet with Tomato Baked Thicken, and Gravy.Parsley Fashioned Bread Pudding Concealed Cranberr)
the North Florida
Council is ,
camp; an additional free week of Brownie Neyati Aqua is scheduled Sauce Broccoli Cream Style Corn, Potatoes.. Creole Tomatoes June 21 June 23: 5 Mold w Hh Cranberries A
available
at the council service center far out in the Florida for July 15-17 from 8:30 to 3:30 each White Roll Margarine Chilled Fruit While Roll Margarine, Carrot Cake
52i s. Edgewood, Jacksonville, Fla. camp a..00 A _,,_...,__ ,_.,.:_* ____L: ___ _, .
wilderness. Two adult SUpervisOI'Sventure uajr.vaiviu s inciuae swimming,
32205 or phone 388-0591. into the deepest forest with Brownie crafts and cookouts. The fee: '

the students, living in a setting that for scouts is $15. *, Clinic Aids In Mental Health Care"1 I

Fish-Game CommissionTo shows few marks of man. Neyati Mini Aqua is July 21.at 5< ,.. -.,

Sponsor Youth Camps Full details and application formscan p.m. thru July 24 at 2 p.m. The fee is
be obtained by contacting the $25 for grades 7 thru 10th. Theisession' '('hI''!'month of May was designated sons to maintain an independent way Lake Butler.
Nature tours, fishery education, .
1ltenal of and and have
Health Month.May. life with pride dignity Modern Mental heaRty Programs
Co.
camp crafts and hunter education arc Bradford Ave.Forester's Starke FL Office 32091., 2266' ,offers crafts canoe, instruction apd a ,trip: 'conic, \ and .gone, but the.iBradford"Un 24 hour. assistance.: in .case,,ot an (Stress the'''<1esit'e lolke'rp'? <<' \htiTOin,

'but' a few of the interesting topics i NjTejftgle. internt.prOjects and,,"Win'llnt.'i jmg. ''" n'Guidance Climc'ls still here to (Emergency! ;This program provides a their comWi hit SWf'iffe1CMt r-

discussed at the Florida Game and Camp Immokalee Camp Director for the Neyati-.0. a sUppoft the citizens of Bradford and direct link with local hospitals to be native "Ways of reducing expensive

Fresh Water Fish Commission youth YMCA Camp Immokalee on SR-21 sions is Carolyn Eaves 9645812. ses- Union}.counties seven days a week. alterted when an emergency arises. hospitalization or having to be confined -

conservation camps. north of Keystone Heights, in its efforts Mpre than 20 million Americans Among the other services providedat to a nursing home. Call or stop by

The camps have been developed by to become more community .Y, 'f. ''ages 65 and over suffer from chronic BUGC are the Outpatient and Inpa- and let us help you with any problemyou

the Commission to provide young people oriented will be offering three two- "Cheerfulness is the spice of, I. ,,. illnesses loneliness or fear. The tient Services; Partial Hospitaliza. may be having. No problem is too

between the ages of eight to 14 a week sessions of day camping this all truth." Pestalozzi gerontology counseling and after lion; Consultation and education ser- small or too large. If we can't help

J camping experience that will developan summer, geared to campers ages care/follow-up is the newest BUGC vices, such as AA HRS, and paren- you, we can find someone who can.

interest in nature. 7-15. program, with day care persons going ting groups. No one is denied treatment The Starke office is located at 321 W.

into the home of local persons desir- on the initial evaluation. BUGC madison St. on Highway 100 and the

ing to remain in the dignity of their has a walk-in crisis cousneling at both Lake Butler office is at the King

own home. The Link to Life programis clinics during week day office hours. Memorial Building. '

I I Keystone Heights AdsCARS& I an alternative to those who live There is a 24-hour emergency service. There are people in the community r ,

alone or do not wish to be a burden on Call 964-8382 in Starke, or 496-2347 in who care and want to )ie4p.

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970 VOLKSWAGEN STATION CARPENTER WORK down $146.44 month. details. Weist Publishing -"--_"... ..-',-' ,. .", lit MA I fftb wriT tqsi
I WAGON ..R.builtI Remodeling work kitchen Phone 473-4058 per Co.S.( Main St.), Dept S, .\ .s..: qrh!. C,a T9?
I engine.. Asking $700; 1972 cabinets, and trim 473-4367 after 6 p.m.5/1 or P.O. Box 164 Englewood FOR RENT FOR SALE PERSONAL: YARD SALE'YARD -. -

175 Honda Cycle $200 carpenter. Reasonable tfnchg Oh. 45322 4tchg 5/13.6/3 SERVICES uby3lotoM
firm. Call 4752146. Itpd prices. Call 473-2477 7:30: 3 BEDROOM 3 BATH SALE 4 and 1/2 "'il..1 .
LAKE AND
LOTS ACREAGE-- AND AD-
5:30 5/1 tfnchg. CB/BRICK HOME With extra East of lake Butler -
6/3 a.m. > : p.m '
Keystone Heights, owner HOMES FOR DING MACHINES FOR CUSTOM MADE ,DRAPERIES
5 CHEVY II NOVA. 2Dr. Excellent CARPENTRY AND MASONRY large swimming pool. ) Highway 235 North off Hwy : :'Starfcec
financed 12 percent Interest RENT Union County Time. Free estimate Local
body and WORK Building patios, SALEDEEIIWOOD landscaped yard. severalout 100, 1st drive on Right. Friday .
I lots on clear, sand 83 SW 2nd Ave.. lakeBut'.r. distribute for completely .
mechanical shape. 67,000 additions remodeling buildings. with 2-5 Saturday and Sunday. H }! ftoilOO"fV
bottomed lake .
priced to Phone 496-2261 for washable
original mu... $995. homes and tile work. Freeestimates. HILLS 3-large acres, located on SR IS nationally Itchg 6/3. Afl ,*,tot
sell from $9,900. One to more Information. TFN advertised GardsetteDraperies.
473-7128. Itpd 6/3 Phone 473-4473 five lake bedroom, 2-full baths.doublewide 10/1. near Worthington Springs.owner VkJf>l I..e"vr
I acres overlooking SAW Enterprise V a4Vi'
during day. 5/5 tfn chg. finance, Call 11
(access available) with M.H. on MOBILE HOME FOR RENTI -
Ed or Loma *
ELECTROLYSIS I. the only 2-ocres 27000. 496.3625 after 7 p.m. TFN FANTASTIC BLUEBERRIES, fI I "
nice trees from $3,600 Furnished with HELp 2
AC. \
no Stephen. 496-2219.
YARD SALE method of permanent hair WOODLAND DRIVE 3-Bft. 2/4. varieties at Schetsm.nusForm. | or
$500 down. $50 a month. kids, Phone 5/1/80TFN.
no pet*
removal. Amy' Electrolysis. COMPLETE IRRIGATION In Providence.I o.WANTED 118ltr
Commercial 1 Bath 1,400 sq. ft. Central 496-2308. 241-A ,:. ,j
frontageInvestment
TFN 6/3. HOUSE TO BE GIVEN AWAY
JUNE 5. AM '/ Mile northof 470 LawrenceBlvd. H/A 38000. Call SYSTEM International You pick or we plck.| <1 0) !1)no* -i3 tTr'I>-. I
Melrose on Lakeview 473-7033 5/6 tfnchg SR.21N. Owner-salesman.opportunity. Keystone Height Realty.Inc. engine (recently overhauled FREE: Providing you cleanup T7J5-OJII for Information. Job InformationDallas.

Drlv. off SR21. ART CLASSES Instruction in 4734375.51 tfnchg ., REALTOR 4734961. ) pump. reel, traveler and leave clear of alldebris. Hous4oi4. >..Overseos.Alasko. .
fixtur. painting. sketching and and 2,000 feet of in 20 Farmers andDealers .
Dishwasher light BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA tfnchg 513HILLCREST INSURANCEMAINES pipe -'-- --- $15.000 to"$40TXpossible.
I pok.r table and lots mo,.. crafts. Ages 5 and up. access lots from $5,500 lOxSS MOBILE and 30 foot lengths. .Bank, 496-2101. ((312)) 7419780.
I Itchg 6/3 Beginning June 15. Call $500 down $71.74 HOME -You can afford Itl I INSURANCE AGEN. $11.000 cash. Also for TFN 527.IABYSITTINGz Classified Ads Ext. 4258. Call refundab1e.5134tpd603 .
QUICK SALE. Hard rock 4734753. 2tpd 5/27.6/3 per sale-1973 Ford Truck 1970 I would like Get Results
will Lok.
month. Discount on entire $1,000 down. owner CYl 160 S. lake Ave,
child
mopl. hutch dining table. CHILD CARS 2-Year and 10 acres. One Waterfron hold mortgage. Mutt be Butler 496-3978. Complete International Truck, 2 to home keep your In my 7'a.m. - S WANTED FOR BUSY PROFESSIONAL

chairs double dresser older. Only accepting a lot. Call 4734375. S/l moved. 4751216. 2tchg Insurance Service TFN Silver Edge John Deere weekday from STEEL OFFICE Receptionist. -
box.prlngs few. Off SR21North. John Deere until 6 p.m. I hove a 6
twin beds mattresses, 5/27 6/3 Grainwogons BUILDINGSAll Various duties.
Phone Robing at 473-3104 tfnchg Model No. 4400 Combine year old boy who needs someone
upholsteredchairs. Neat In Good
CONFORTABLI MOBIL HOME 2 BR. 2 Bath. appearance
CLEAN 90"gold
dlr.ct.4Bx72.14 .
with. I IIv.b.tw..n Buy
to play new
after 5/27-6/10
3tpd with header. Contact
portabletypewriter p.m. Needs repair. Call corn personality. Some typing
sofa. Only $75. See at
Lake Butler and $1.99 ft.
misc. Item. 475-1720. $2.000 or best of. Farmers and Dealers Bank. sq. ( skill. Prefer over 30 dnd
Monitor office call473.2210.5ltfnchg
or Stark. In the New River available. Call I
Other sizes
Berea Circle Park of the FOR RENT fer. 2tchg 6/3.6/10 Mr. Howard at 496-2101 permanent resident
Palms. Moo,.. Itpd 6/3 I opicgI' Monday-Friday 9 until 2. area. Please call 496-3731 toll free 1-800-342-6301. Phone for appointment
30 FT. HIGH TV L
antennea. '
THREE FAMILY SALE Furniture OFFICE (PORTABLE FEED and ask for Karen. 2tchg _
SPACEfadng $45. Already disconnected. GRINDER p 964-6334 or send resume to
elec. appliances Lawrence Blvd. Next door 4732210. 4/29 tfnchg MISCELLANEOUSIINGO..AMIRICAN 5HCPH Archway 450 4800. used 5/27 6/3. ...... RECEPTIONIST, P.O.

TV's chainsaw dishes. to Andrew Drugs. Call TRANS WORLD ANTIQUES 1 year James Balkcom Drawer A Starke. Florida
odds and .nd. and 473-34II. 4/1 1 4962494. 5/27 '
Friday tfnchg. 2tchg 6/3. .32091.5/2Otfn
25% 50% off entire selection -
Saturday B am.6 p.m. OFFICI SPACE single ar LEGION HALL. SR21. 1981 CJ 7 RENEGADE JOB INFORMATION 'Cruise
of fin. European and
Buff on SR-100 two miles doubl. rooms available. American antiques. Including Saturdays 7 p.m. Public PACKAGE JEEP 13.000 Ship Jobs Also Houston
west of Keystone. Itchg 6> Carpeted paved parking. : mirrored vlted.4/1 tfnchg In-I miles PB. PS. Tilt Wheel. 6 Dallas. Oversea '101)'.

Keystone Office Center dresser ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSl cyl., 4 speed. Phone ". 312-741-9780 Dept. 12 8.
. sideboards Closed
475-2160 after 4 4/IB 496-2955. 6/3.
p.m. 11chg Phone Call Refundable.5274tpd6l7 .
display cabinets, desks
Free Estimates tfn chg. meeting Monday 8 p.m. PEAS FOR SALE) U-Pick. ''REALTOR .
country pine cornercabinets Open meeting Friday 8 REAL Black and
white
S S chairs, wicker eyes ESTABLISHED FIRM looking
p.m. ,Alanon Monday Bp.m. ESTATE acres. J.T. Thomas. Phone JANE S. USHER for executive
table and Please secretarywith
Expert more. no All at ,
MOWINGROADWAYS meeting 496-2789. 2tchg 6/3 6/10.
t lay a ways. Sole ends June Educa11onallulldlng. Com some accounting
5. 2tpd 5/27-6/3 LOOKING FOR a special REALTOR knowledge. Excellent
munlty Church 473-2790 or piece of property It Idon't AAA working condition for trie
Yard Work ACREAGE JUKEBOX 1949 AMI good
tfn
475-2130. 4/1 chg. Your Union Realtor
County
; I condition. Include 78 RPM' hove It,fill find it-Just REAL ESTATE right person looking for Jj
Call before B AM er after OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo
ask--JANE S. USHER. 360 N. Main St. good future with
Record Collection. Asking AGENCY a growipg
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PM. 474537. due, fee or weigh- .
REALTOR
475-1720 $1,500 Call 47S-1839.2tchg Ins, open meetings Tuesday 496-2903. eve"Your 496-2126 or Ph. 752-0577 496-2126 496-2903 company.with Salary commensurate -
---B 5/27-6/3 experience
. . { ___ tISit..ttt Sf1 FOUR HOUSE JACKS tools; 7:30 p.m.. St.Church AnnesEpiscopal Union County.Realtor tfn New Home Site. 10% Send resume to P.O.
3/26. .c. priced to sell. Just NEW LISTINGS Drawer A. Starke. Fla.
; $. urVs Four 2ft. French doors, Thur.
Yaioo Mower, Phone Keystone Height FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE West of Swift Creek end. Very neat and attractive CB home with odd"I corner 5/27 2tchg 6/3 )

,) Steve BroadwayTREE __sEKv7cs 473-4085 Itpd 6/3 day.9:30: Bank a.m..of CommunityState Starke. NEEOSiCall Venera Brown North of 100 en county lot. Shaded by many pecan tree. Close to hospital. HANDY PERSON To care for

DCLUXI PANELED TOPPERfor 473-2790 or 9648587. 4/1 4963022. Sandy Haien graded road Shown by appt. only. Owner may fiancne to qualified livestock and maintenanceon

SERVICE ; Datsun suie pickup. BINGO -lion Club 496-3994 eve orGerrl Lennon -L.,.. Farm Tract 334 I buyer. farm.'Call' after3, |
224IElHbl. $125. Phone day from acres 496-3140. Tiffin and ere*. May subdivide' for .5 Acre*. near CA Robert Rd.. own. financed. 4851174. Itchg 6/3 '
high school.
2 Removal ( i i41M2U 473-4(81 evening* Tuesday, Early Bird 7 Owen. Inc. Realtor Rt. 2 qualified buyer er sell MO-IJ acre, owner financed MIDDLE AGED WOMANlive .K.
I 475-1035. Itchg 6/3 Box 788 Lake Butler. FL. wI. Home, business Imam 2Vt acres. In private room and
Trimming '=- .. p.m.; Regular 7:30 p.m. tfn equipment.Term. property. very
VACUUM CLIANIR. $30; Public Invited. 4/1 tfn chg. .. chg. 8/6. -I heve severe) custom neat mobile home Include 900 ft. highway frontage. motel malntenance/cleaff

:. Fr.. Estimate I .Rollaway bed $20; U-PtCK-UM Anna Apples. .- ----- I ,"will home*welting for equ.Iifl.d Has odd") trailer site for Income.Also Ig. commercial, Ing. No couple CJM: .

:!; .._. ._. Dess.,. printing $12 per bushel Cooking DO YOU NEED. FINANCIAL I I, buyer. Good bldg. for shop or retail business. Call for appt. today. GOOD 964-7184. Itchg 6/3 OPPOJI g
: PARTYIMITUHITY
calculator
I 473-4732 I2.nl.g ". ..... double bed, toaster-oven headboard, applIes $9 a bushel. ASSISTANCE te etlendlleke I terms, owner financing. Great. opportunity. Ta supervlS
and Blueberries 60 cent a | City Community CoI-,I HeNry Service If you want a particular piece of property home. adult sales 'crefC
After 5 P.M. I useful boxtprings racking pound. 8 a.m. Ill darkvery AIde( T Cofitect Merthe.fPewell. Fer Union. County business. don't hesitate to call us or come by. Thereare After young school and
chair misc. Call 473-7733. duriA
oa., S. Itchg 6/3 day. W.H. Duke. 496-3821 efte 1 |I Jolt" tongford Jr many unodvertlsed properties In Union County for summer. Call 964-516X
\ \ Crandln. 6592233. 2tchg ....- ReeHer Associete tale.
::1 6/3-6/10 I Salary plus car allowan

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Carters' FOR SALE FOR SALE CARS PERSONAL 'F. RENT FOR RENT

Hwy 229, lowteyN TRUCKS SERVICES .
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.W &' Used 3 M COPIERi Model 209. USED ALUMINUM PtATESi MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE FURNISHED A'ARTMINTf;

Color TVs Very good condition many 24x36", 25 cents each. Used 1979 ,CHEVROLET Half ton BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete HOME PARK mobil.. home Two bedrooms stove, .IirlLiiHcarjXREALTY;
and (pace* for.r.nt..!
supplies $400. call In pick-up. Auto. transmission. .xefrlgerolor. good loco-
Ant*nnos printing newspaper sharpening .service cir Recreational vehicles' _. -
9645606. 4/15 tfn Great for minor repair Top condition. Call culor, hand carbide, tlon $175 per -mo."
In receivingChannel's welcome. Phone 4682912.
Spec: FIBERED' ALUMINUM lOOP jobs. Bredford County 533-2066 after 6 PM. 5/20 reference and security
blade hollow
chain: mower
30 & 41 TFchg
COATING $29.95 per 5 gal. Telegraph 94-6308. tfn. tfn and balanced. Call 964-7)88.) Itchg 6/3
and '
HOUSEKEEPING sleepIng
ground I
7U-3577 Fibered 1977 CHEVY BLAZER Air
Snow White CARPET. NEW & USEDi Furniture MOBILE HOME Two
V em 7 pm ;213..... Mobile Home Roof Coating A appliances, PS. PD excellent condition Leave at Jackson Building room TV and air. bedrooms, $135 p.r mo S
milesNorth
3
Starke. Underwood Motel
$34.95 5 Starke low mileage, $4450. Supply'In Keytsone [ 4
per gal. Plumb. fixtures and pipes. first lost plus deposit. No IfB.
Paint Center 9648181. BARGAIN CENTER US-301 Call 4732214. 5/20 Ifn Height or Lok. Butler. of Starke' on Hwy. pets. Call 964.8816. Itpd PHONE 964-7776
: YARD SALE 4/15 tfnELECTIIC So.. 964-6679. 2/5 tfn JEEPS. CARS PICKUPS from TFNchg 301. 10/9 tfn 6/3 CECILIA ';
.-..QUE grill, DO.DROP.IN BARGAIN $35. Available at local ALCOHOLICS 3 BR, 1 BA'LIVING ROOM 3 ROOM FURNISHED apart TUWIUIUR 205 N. Temple, Stark .

; new On stand $40, tab!. HOUSE. 301 South. Gov't Auctions. For Directory ANONYMOUS. Phone dining room & kitchen ment1, large screened :
HOUSI Of'iARGAlNSi !s.I" ..- models call 805-687-6000 Ext. or'964-7619. central heat and air. In
$25. Call 964-5148
. 964 5251 964-6740. We buy and sell porch adults only, no pets ITS INCREDIBLE .'
,.Ing Believing 212 Call after 5 4/22 tfn 1211. Call refundable. 5/20 Hampton. Phone 4681779.
p.m. used furniture and TFchg can b. seen at 403 Walnut
appliance WERE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
...... o5:3O months rent In ad
St.. f ((1st
p.m. MINI TRAMPOLINE for Indoor *. 8/13 IfnRECONDITIONED 4tpd 610SURPLUS SEWING MACHINES Street or call 964.8498.:
I Y.'II com see us at our JEEPS Cars vanc.)5/7) tin .
jogging $75. Approx. TVS Colors REPAIRED: All makes 4/29 tin
MW location. I/IItin 4 ft. x 4 ft. Call 9647910. starting at $100.00.I boats many sell for und.r cleaned oiled and adlusted. LAKEFRONT RENTAL 2 BR 1. 3 BR. 2'/ BATHs. largemaster SPECIAL
THIS SATURDAY at Encor., 4/29 IfnALESIA $50. For Info ((312)9311961Ext. ) BA on Crosby lake. Partially .
Trade-in's welcome. Phone $15. Workguaranteed. BR, den 'with
lake. Beautiful view of the
N. 9 5. All furnished. One Hampton one
321 T.mpl. yr.
HAY No weeds, 9601-8212.6111 tin 2729. 5/21..pd 6/11 James fireplace, separate dining
clothe sidewalk und.r lease, $225 Weigel finest home the lake. 152900. $75.000
on Highly fertilized. $2.50 per FIREWOOD White oak and 62 BUICK INVICTA Convertible Strickland. MorganRd. per mo. room and living room on
$1. Regular priced clothot bale. SR-225 off Hwy. 100. pin.. $5 per truckload; white w/red Interior and Hwy corner 16. TFNchg Realty Inc., 2825201. 1/28 large kitchen with, bar and down, owner financing for qualified buyer
I with groan tag ora 12prlco Call 964-7789. 5/06 tfn Oak .."..'., $30 half cord. A/C new paint etc. FENCE Installed. tin dishwasher hugh shadedlot SPECIALConnerly
LINK
this week W. CHAIN KITCHENEFFICIENCYROOMS
only. 5-V GALV. ROOfiNG. Beautiful Car $2995 or best
F i' Call Sunshine Acres, with plenty of
alto hove lot of mlc. free estimates. Handy. for rent at low pecan Estates. Attractive new brick
5/27
63.65 7--S4.45. 8-$503 between off.r. Call 9647682.
: ; ; 964-7699. or come out trees. 5350 plus deposit by
.'. Items. Vail come! Itpd 6/3 95.72;' 10'$6.41.ll'$7.10 .- 9:30 a.m. and 2:30 2lchg 6/3 Man Fence Co. 9648559.tfnpd weekly rotes. Call Temple appointment 782-3741 horn on one) acre, $57,900, mortgage of ap

'7U: ALTON ID." So,.. 9-3' ; I2'-S7.79. We p.m. and we'll load for CARS $20011 I TRUCKS $15011 982TYPEWRITER Motel 9647357. 2/18 EOW 5/27 Ifn pro.. $37,000 at 11'/. %, monthly payment
.families children REPAIR Call PALMS APARTMENTS Fur.
. ,four manufacture. Jacksonville.Call 1/28 tfn Available at local government '
.,.'and adult cloth.., book. toll free PORTABLE you. FEED GRINDERS sales. Call the Office Shop. 110 W. nished efficiencies and 1 $ "5.001 I

' .Irocarda.': gloss otc, Itpd 18003422702.. 6/3 4tchg Archaway 450. used one ( refundable ) Call St., Stark., for detail BR opts.. weekly or mon WANTEDGOOD SPECIAL

6/3 6/24 year. 4800. James -(714)569-0241( ) ext' 4413 9645764. tfn thly. NEW FURNISHED Lake Bedford. Owner financing at 12'/. *. -
I iTHREK FAMILIES: Friday and NEW WEED EATERi Must Balkcom. 496-2494. 5/27 for directory that shows GLASS CUT TO ORDER: STUDIOS. 2313 N. Temple PRICES PAID lor used
Saturday; Jun. 4 and 5, sell. New price $284. Will 2tchg 6/3 you how to purchase. 24 Doors windows, .tc. Ave, Starke. 3/1 tip 9/02 mobile, homes If mortgage for well maintained home. Sales price $63,500

(7:30 til 6. DUho, pot, sell for best offer. Call 4 PURE BREED Boston Bull hr*. May 27. June 3. 10. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for is 3/4 paid or more. OLIN S with $20,000 down payment.

'. pant'silverware!, carpet, 964-7910. 5/06 Ifn pups 6 weeks old Friday. 5/21 2tpd 6/3 9646078. Orders also rent. On Hwy. 16 E. Closeto MOBILE HOME SALES. * * *
toatar fan. doublo bods' TRANSWORLD ANTIQUES $100 each no papers. MUST SELLI 1973 Pinto token In lake BUtler prison. Call .68.1323. 9645606. Open 7 days EXECUTIVE HOMES _
ewtng machine. iheeti, 25% to 50% off entire Runabout. Good cheap 4/1 tfnMOBILE weekly.
964-6528. 6/3 tchg 4963079 and Keystone TFchg Beautiful brick home with I ac., appro 2100 sq. ft. B
bodproad towels, 12"TV selection of fine European BUTTERBEANSi U-Pick. Bring transportation. New bat Heights. 473,4973. 2/26 tIn HOMES FOR RENT: AXLES & TIRES 2 axles I4 S5I.SOO ossum. mortg. at 1 11'/ -
12 go. shotgun and and American antiques. In. Containers. Eunice's t.ry. $575. Call 9646271. mile from Stark. city tires. We pick-up. SI00.; Choice. '
BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Quality Magnificent Ig home Country Club. 3 _
many. moro Horn. eluding: mirroreddressers Nursery, 2 mile north of 5/27 2tpd 6/3 limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 E. You deliver 5125. Olini .
BR 3 fom.rm.
HUGE
SERVICE Bradford County B. frplc.. 2 lots circle driveway.
Cloverettle Poultry Farm ildeboords Lawtey. 782-3972 THE CITY OF HAMPTON i I. Call 4681323. 4/1 tin Mobile Home Sales, Hwy.
,to 1 ml. south on SR-IOO. On display cabinets .desks. 182-3465.6/3 2tchg 6/10 now taking bids on ,its old .residential pump-outs TRAILER ON KINGSLEY 100' W Starke. '964-5606 LAKEFRONT GET YOUR FEET WET -_
;. le,.' 1tpel 6/3 '. I Country pine corner GARDEN EQUIPMENT 10" polic car--' a 1972 Gron $50. We also re-lay drain LAKE: 2 bedrooms, air conditioned TFchg' Beautifully wooded Iota 4 t S Geneva Creek. Appros 1 ::

.SIC YARD SAllV Friday and cabinet, choir, wicker table aw (almost new). Fury. Bids may be mailedto IIn...' Phone 964.8121. rent for the sum. WORK WANTED Christen, Ac each. Emery Lane SIS.000 ea. or SIS.000 both.
'.. .sa'uJun. 4 and 5,, 8 'table and more. Please no $200.; 5 hp cultivator $200: the City of Hampton. 5/18 tfnchgPROFESSIONAL mer. Call 533.2366. 5/6 tin lady will do housekeepingand Sliver Lake. B3 4 BR, 2 BA. fenced large enclosed shed ;..
I a.m. til ??? Baby furniture, layaway.. Sale ends.June 5 hp trailer $200, trash P.O. Box 250. Hampton. Car Cleaning IN THE COUNTRY Two laundry misc. chores. covered picnic area' -;:
: clothe di.he* and lots of 5. Trans World Antique compactor $150. Call Florida 32044 or brought ; Service.. Cleaned bedroom house Call after Send letter with name, address lot on Geneva Creek with beautiful oak trees. 14000.

miscellaneous. SR.16 E. 10-5 Mon-Sat, 117 NW 16th 9645194. Itchg 6/3 to the City' Hall by 7 PM. washed, vacuumed 5 PM 964.6504. 5/27 2tpd and phone number 'e".tombuilt home. Little Ik.: Santa Fe 2 Ac.51l0,000.

I. .' 1/2 ml.'po.t R.no. look. for Ave., Gainesville, Fl 7B KW 350 10 SPD. 11:24.5: June 8. 1982. Bids will be sanltiied'and deodorized. 6/3 to L.8., 2317 Sleepy Hollow Bedford Ik.-Owner fin. S77.000. .;:; ,
. I signs t ichg 6/3 32601 904-3750101 5/27 Radial! on Budds Imron opened at that time. .6/3 $7,00 pick-up and 1021 W. PRATT ST: Three Dr.. Starke. Fla' 32091 Silver Lake: 2 BR. 1 BA. S350 Mo. Rent or Buy. -

iEARS REFRIGERATOR: ,15Cubic.di 2tpd 63CYPRESS paint. Brougham interior, Jtchg 6/10 delivered or ,your place bedroom home wi.h'c.n. 5/27 2lpd 6/3 BUY NOW t PROFIT LATER
.h washer never' MULCH by the recent moor| 22.500 or 197B TRANS 'AM: $3900 or Call 964-7226; ask for Dennis 'tral heat and air: sunken NEED TO RENT Small House. lake Butler-One acre, double wide pool.
used. Mod.rn Maid Soar yard. For delivery. call best oiler. Call best offer Call 964..8243.. 12/10 tfnFAMILY family room w/fireplace, 2 sm. bedroom or 1 'Ig .Bessent Rd: 3 BR.;2 BA CH/A.

i 5 horse Mini Bike, 60. 100 C 964.6320, after' 3 p.m., 904-378-3704. 6/3 2tchg rchg 6/3 .. S HAIRDESIGNERS storage ar.a" inside and bedroom on quiet street, -CM 3 BR. 1'/ I. with pretty wooded acre lot In town excellent :
200 Amp: Boxes ,plus hurtdredt Monday Ihru Wednesday 6/10 1947 ,FORD TRUCK: Good I out, kitchen w/applionces Have: own air conditioner condition'some financing 41000.

'," 6f ether item at the and 8 AM til 8 PM, Thursday SEARS AIR CONDITIONER condition. $900.. Call 144 W. Call St. including dishwasher; Call 9644803. Itchg 6/3 Frame. 3 BR pecan trees. 237.17'on paced SRD.". I.635
;'Now Englander Hotol. 6/3 enormous screened back
thru 473-3375.
5/27 Itchg
Saturday. 17.000 btu $300. Call
Ac. B
S23.SOO. Good
964-7303 High Dry. Buy!
Stark. 9601.5801. 6/3 Itpd 2tpd 63FREEZER porch w/elevated dining
475-1261 it.
keep trying. Open kitchen. MISCELLANEOUSFREE Owner, Financing In lowtey. 3 BR. CH/A. Approx 1500
NORTH OP IAWTEY : In good condition. 6/3 area pass-thru to
SCHOOL, On US.301. Sat. 9645442. 6/3 2tchg 6/10 20 chg FT. FREEZER Montgomery HOMESFOR T.W.BF. 9 til 5:30 Corner lot w/fenced sq. ft. Stucco on I aCt pv'd. driveway garage.

Jun. 5, 3 families, lots of BLUEBERRIES You pick or Wards chest like, SALE Thur. 11 I AM til 7 PM backyard Rent $350 per PUPPIES: Black, 607 S. .7.,' Ac. on Forsythe Rd. 14x60' MH. metal barn pecan.

Item. Presto Connor like, We pick. on order. Man new condition. $300. Acme Sat. 9 AM sitS PM month with one month Westmoreland. Itchg 6/3 peach apple trees. Grapevine. S3B.000.

new. 782-3944. J Jtchg 6/3.. Sat., 8 6:30: Sun. 2:30: Hardware, 301 E. Call St. AppointmentsNot ($350)) deposit, Call Lots U & IS Cypress St. Crystal Lk. Homesites. $4 900
FRI ft SAT Jun. 4 < 5, 9 AM 6:30.: 2 miles ec,l of Itchg 6/3 SPACIOUS OLDER HOME. 3 Always Necessary. 964.B073. 6/3 tin BUSINESS Excellent commercial prop. Many uses. Approx. 1 ac
til 5 PM. Lot of Item to Orange Height and 1 3/4 .SILVER QUEEN Sweet Corn. BR. 1 BA home with 11 ft. 1/7 tfr,. NICE ROOMS FOR RENT: /1SS It. on 301. Steel bldgs. Extras too numerous to lift.

choose from. 403 S. Cherry mile. North on 200 A.. *... 75C doz. 9647231. Itchg ceilings; wood.n floors,. 3 AD9A BEAUTIFUL DECK to Colored TV and air, $40 per OPPORTUNITIES, Commercial lot with 120 is. on US301. Good buyl!

1.SI..1tpd 6/3. srgn tongneckeri 6/3 fireplaces. 5 acres, fenced I1iom.. $5.50 per '.e!. week'and up: Wall 'to'wall p' Geneva lake Estateswooded 'I, oc. lots, terms... Clean
SATURDAY, JUNE Si 9 til ??, '475-1151 473-2702. 6/3. FURNITURE Good _Condition and cross-fenced.; Many'' your"t1'f1lud.\ .. treated-lumber- carpet,.Call 964-9992[o.k' WE NEED DEALERSfor neighborhood w/rolling hills.:Tennis courts.
.,',$15.E.J cklOn St. I Ichg TFN" 1' extras''S73.50O. By owner, ; for mother. 6/3 tin t( new
sofa their end 'finfj" skilled labor. Call for. stand. cookbook. Free Acreage-Davis St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park? II
up
6/3 2 POLLED HERFORD table coffee table and Lowtey 782.305"15 tfnBY estimates lowtey,. SMALL HOUSE Refrig and details Weiss. Publishing -S Acres near Hampton. Well elec. pol., septic; tank
.'SATURDAY.JUNE 5: 8 AM til bulls OWNER 3 BR,'2 BA cedar stove; wall to wall
breeding approx. bed. Call 964 8749. Itpd 7823330. 4/8 tin COmpany ((5. Main St.) '4.7 Acres on 230A and Wilson Rd.
'3 PM. Big. five famllle 1200 to 1400 Ibs. 4 year 6/3 home great room. split .NEED'EXTRA MONEY Interview carpeting 511 St. Clair St., Depl. S., P. O Box. 164.Englewood '40 Acres New River. High and rolling./
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Item. ,such o* trolling old. 964-5088 9648762. REDUCED SAFE safe and foil plan, fireplace; .screened taken for for- Information call
are", being Oh 45322. DON'T WAIT TO BUY REAL ESTATE
"" CB radio bunk 9647707. 6/3
Itchg
motor, 6/3 TFNHORSE with Go Ba. Tablets and porch. I4i2 master Call
Avon 5/13 6/03
'-'bed' ,. baby Item, and STOCK TRAILER you E-Vap "water pills." Andrews bedroom with greenhouse. Representative 782.3068. APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED 4tcchg BUY REAL ESTATE & WAIT I
much more location: 100ti.WeIt. Ramona Cropte. 1 BR. SI60.: BR. $175.I ;
q paint. In good condition Pharmacy. 6/3 4tpd Many .xtros.'owner financing -
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5/27 6/3 .
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2Vi mile Look for 4 BR house $100. -"-- --' -
: $1,400 964-8503 alter 4. 6/24 low Interest 56000.' Classified Ads "
BATHTUBS SINKS
.. Itchg 6/3 : 964-7521.6/3 tfn.
'ft fign 6/3 TFN tfn.
(3054512731.) 5/20
.,NOW JUNE 1/2 PRICE SALE B x 6'' UTILITY TRAILER: LARGE SPANISH SYTLE 4 Refinished in your home FURNISHED APARTMENT Get Results Call Sylvia Classified Ads
..on' ladle' clothe and Covered. $250. Call MOBILE Guaranteed Free Three large rooms and ..964.630.'iJt.g
"thoet..' Altohavo 964-8003. Itchg 6/3 HOMES BR. 2 BA fully carpeted estimates. Also bath tubs, bath, $135 per mo., plus Get Results
householdgoods.: KENTUCKY WONDER Pole home. CH/A, court yard sinks and shower tile $50 security deposit. No
,toys FOR SALE patios. On 5 acres of land. Call Call 9648071. Itpd
i glassware, novelties Bean Call 9646528. Itchg cleaned. Ultra Glaze. pets.
vt\hat, i cap, feather clips 6/3 75000. Call 9646433. 9648903. 3/11 tfn 6/3

.children. and baby clothe COLEMAN POP-UP CAMPER: AREA Suitablefor 5/27 Ifn.OWNER WILL BABYSIT: Any age, In FURNISHED TRAILER: Three >W. 1 VACUUM
and whole lot more. Come Sleep 5. Excellent condi' HAMPTON FINANCING: New my home Monday thru Fri. bedrooms, 2 bath. 3
'... at Bryan's This ft ThatShopcorner tion. Call 964.8704 Saturday couple. For Informationcall maintenance free home on day 530 per week south of Stark. For m'I.1 Realtor SALENEW
: i 301 and 16. Sunday or Monday. or Hampton. 4681133. nice large lot. Central heat references, 964-4255 6/3 motion call 9646502.
Open now every day except after 4:30 other day. 6/3 5/27 2tpd 63FOR and air; two bedrooms 2tchg 6/10 2tpd6/IO 904-782-3931 & USED

Thursday. 11 AM .til 2tchg 6/10 fireplace; garage and BABYSITTING: I will come to \Se Finance Our Own
??? 6/3 4tchg 6/24 SEARS CENTRAL HEAT pump SALE storage building ;with your home and babysit. ...., THESE SPECIALS, I KIKBYSROYALS I

and air conditioner unit Beautiful Hampton private access to Crystal Have good references.
MotorcyclT .. $500. Call after .5. Lake Home. 1/2 mile off lake. Call 9043783704. Have done babysitting for C 3 8t 2 0A Mobile' ..a......S Ac., S26.000. KUKEKAS
9648333. Itchg 6/3 US-301 on SR-18. Owner 6/3 2tch9 610MOBILE ) six 7 days a week .4 a*. T/i BA. home 'w/ln.ground pool. 4 Ac.. 10*
FOUR HONDA years 1100 VEilS:
S76.500. _
salesman phone WANTED aii m. mtg:
Motorcycle.; Runs' good. Classified Ads 468-1243 evenings.'Cassified Starke Gainesville area. : *2 a*. 2 AILr$60O' wlll Get Results HOME Call 9645784. Monday thru Cash AvailableWe *5 ocr.... well pump septic, utility pa..c, pole' scrnd. I.'" TKK: QL'KK.NS:
oft.r 3 -
negotiate. Call 473-7156 Friday. evenings
14.000
I ':after 6pm., and anytime SERVICE POLES PM; or 964.7292 morningsand Buy 1st & 2nd porch.*lor- Georges lake w/fok access. $1,500. COMMERCIAL: ShAKS: :

', weekend" .. 4/8 tfn I 'STANLEY 'PRODUCTS ( Ads TOO AMP weekends." 6/3 Jtchg Mtgs. Call us for a .2'/t Ac.. $6.250; 10 Ac.. S25.0OO.- Ac.. $21.000. We repair all makes
:t,7 1 suzuxr1ooz 2303mu. ; 6/10
:SALE. sCamrnercialbldg.. 2.000 ' ... $595.' :.Call: 4732214.. FOR Get Results 160.00 LOCKSMITHBURGLARALARMS quote. I C I Ac. Sat In Slo'.., ".000.6 Ac; lowrey $10.500. Al Young'sSince
'5/2Otfn, Have a party. Call 200 AMP_ : 24 Hr*. Service. *! 8*. 2 BA home, t.,34 Ac., $34.000.
.1t1O SUZUKI GS 450 J.I .Ex'Cellent -. 964-6932. Karen 250.00 9645849. 1520 South 964-5010 .2.3 Ac.. Country Club. $20.000. Let Lawtey.. 2300.. 1957

'condition and gas Griffith. BRADFORD Walnut St.. at the Outfit *3 B*. |1'/0 'A, Hwy. 100 Sf. $44,500.
Si-mileage. New rear tire. LIMEROCK SALES Call Anytime ters. 5/13 tfn *3 a*. I BA. Hwy. 301. $25.000. 964-6918
.*new battery.;'6.900 mile 468 i 18V Waldo P.O. DRAWER MLAWTEVDeolerWILDIRNESS 3 Miles ,north of
XVSI300. Call 964-6805. 5/27 Droinfield Rock
,O3tchg6i1O: Shop & Compare!! Bldg. sands & PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS I It ._ LOG-HOMES ..S SUrh on US 301

....,.1 SUZUKI OS 450 Li 900 I ,
Insurance for Gravel.
Special
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actual 'miles. Excellent Classified'Ads"Gel I Results
,Condition and MPG. Mobile Home Parks 7S2-3J72 \ Be a Wendy's Supervisor

.-Silhouette wrap-around ..All types of home- r __-_-_. _. ... .'- _-:: -" 1.2 & 3 Bedroom Apt*. .

...fairing, 'crash bar, style owners policies for I blbtL I BUILDINGSAll 1 'Ftm'130o'275' : Ie""mi'Tieck. ItwIrI I in 'about 24 months or
Uibar bock ,sst. Shoe)"
arfiberglats trVnk; 1675. mobile homes. I 'new:Buy'direct.48x72x14 I Heavy E"........ '
: NEED C-.. 1t51 I
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tvrCall4851541.. Graham. 1530 W. Madison sooner earn $19,500 +
Call for Quote *: I $1.99 sq. ft. I ... Tm.-
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Home Sales Use Your Home 1- toll free t-400.3424301J : '
(fairing; Sissy bar; crash.q.bar '. _. ____ _____ WttHDrilHn.j .
; extra $800, Elaine M. Olin Agent Equity. W. make .

'In. tlobl.. Call 9648442Mnlght. 964-5606 1st & 2nd Mtgs. IJ 'Wi "; I TREE SERVICECalluaforaquot.
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or 373-3578 day. . .
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964-5010 II ii : Service Fast
.EIII_. Excellent runn- Rotary ,

:gng condition. asking $375. ., FOR ;. '7' LICENSED INSURED I Drilling? Equip. .
"Call 964-6931 Itchg 6/3 .
.. PROGRAM REQUIRES 'INDIVIDUALS
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11. HAHDEE'S S MEAT MARKET . . WHO'JOIN OUR 'ORGANIZATION MOVE UP TO AREA
RENT IKE'S SAW S 1 ',' "
((904)752.356.) SUPERVISION IN LESS THAN 2 YEARS..
LAND
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got'FOR 3'hop paces, 1200 ft MOWER SHOP Collect Pant". you will starf out management program and advance lo

SALE .q. ft. ea. Ideal for (Behind Powell's Diary L W, maki It Easter lor You I lake City. Florida 4. I. . .'., ...- .,. store manager ofl7.500 in approximately 12 months.

.-!. Freeze) New & Used You muH, "of course earn each promotion and this
'4 ACMSt TWO miles. SW ol contractor, light SALES SERVICE I E. Washington' Open Monday. Saturday Sales'Parts.SeivjciEZTerms schedule could vary depending pn your proven abilities.

{'.alford on C-793.' Paved mfg., repair shop or Chain Sews S. *., Florida 32011 ......725. 'Bui 'his 'hind of mobility Is what we expect ol youl') It is

''road frontage.. $1.600 per storage, lawn Mowers very Important that you meet or exceed this scheduleiinc.Wendys
'*ac,.. .Jacksonville.. CALL 1- SV.. . . ... ."" .. must ensure the orderly succession of.

"7S1.3I1f5120' tfn. ---S Plwnblnt: management within the organization' keep pace with, our
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'lust have'reliable: car and. postjKush'bond. LONCJ.IAMP' HOMES :) i ; :.:ij _'i. : 1''.." < ....,. *tLt..'.*'j* > .i.p. MICHAEL CRAVEN t :

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!7'" struction, Bannon says, "even '
i .. (the country with one of the six organization is two-fold: 11)) (to build diana. though I would like to have had" While in college he was ahu"f.amt'mber
"Up With People' has selected ai lOO-membcr bridges of understanding and com- He graduated in 1981 from St. of.the band and Schola ('a-
has
groups. Bannon Impressive
i' local youth, Bret Bannon, to be one of "I think of this as representing the munication between peoples, cultures Meinrad with a Bachelor of Arts background in various an high school torum,which in Latin means schooTpf
musical
Its 1983 cast members In its and countries and ((2)) to give Degree In Psychology and is presently &?
all the community and the state, said Ban- ; young and college activities which include: singers,
,, productions that perform over non, "and hope the community will people a learning experience that not employed at the University of earning Eagle Scout, being selected He was also active in ministerial l
United States and abroad. only broadens their intellect but Florida in the'department of Neuros- which he will also do/sis
consider it the honor I do, he added.As during high school for (the Clay Electric experiences ,
and Bannon students was one interviewed of 60,000 graduates this past pointed out by "Up With People" matures the person. cience in the Medical Science Cooperative Youth Tour, the a member of Up With People, vlsitthg!
around staff, the main purpose of the Building. American Legion Boy's State ih hospitals! nursing homes and !.cho)1 .
, year and was chosen to travel Bannon will be seeking support lie is an accomplished trumpet Tallahassee, for the American Legion During college he was active in ?,ln'
--- --- - r- from various civic organizations player, playing since ho was in the Award when he graduated and for theater and also helped there in the.
within the community as well as In- sixth grade. He was a member of the Who's Who Among High School community with the Boy Scouts -z
1' dividual support in raising the tuition high school and college bands and Students. A fund will be set up soon at 1(10(
eh, fee. since his return to Keystone,has been During high school here, he was a local bank for contributions to hfllp
Bannon figures he will need to raise involved with the Melrose Music member of the Beta Club, Interact Bret obtain his goal( in order to pitr.ticipate -

at least $7,000 to cover the $5,300 tuition Theatre."I have had individual in- Club and participated in the band and in "Up With People." ;g :
never any
fee and his travel and spending I :
for a while he is on the
money year

road with the troupe. Register for Beautiful Baby Contest! ,,

V ,dr Once he loins Up With People, his ,
lodging and travel will be taken care -
) as well as winners in each of the sonality.For ;*
of by the organization. Host homes
been
"You must've a beautiful 1
cast following categories: most beautiful moreinformation, contact 1
arc provided for the in cities and .."
where baby. eyes, cutrest smile, cutest outfit, Debra Norman at %- -711x/( or 48K49I I
communities they perform.
the worrds the golden oldie.Now'l .
So go to ,
(after 5 )I.
most photogenic and outstanding per- p.m. ;:::'
Bannon was interviewed by the chance to prove you were a ,-r. '
members of the cast when the group beautiful baby, by entering the first
performed in Gainesville in 1981. He "Most Beautiful Baby Contest," to beheld '
rI I said talent is not necessarily a July 10 at the National Guard Armory ERA to "Rally in Tally"show } I
rt criteria for being selected even in Starke. -
though he did audition with his The contest is open to all area In-
t Transportation will be available for (heir support by dressing in
trumpet fants and toddlers between the ages of
those interested in to white
persons going :
6-20 months, and is sponsored by the
(the June 6 Equal Rights Amendment Transportation is being arraniti'dfor ''
"Students arc picked and judged Image Maker at 1207 N. Temple in !
march and in Tallahassee in (he !!
on their personal rally persons Keystone Heights
primarily Starkc. Applications i t a non-
I, character, Bannon says. returnable photograph and $20 Thousands of Florida citizens will ''t and Starke area including( facilities:
ent9'ft'e arrive at the Florida State Capitol to for the disabled at both t tho march and
must be I turned In as soon as
Bannon who is considering the possi hear speeches by national celebritiesand rally sites.For >
i1 priesthood, says a year traveling withthis ble.An overall winner will be selected to sing their support for the ERA. more informal. call 47: -4-J41.
I / : j4 group would help give him a Supporters for the amendment will as soon as possible.

1 broader vision of the world, its people .. ,
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i, iJ1k chosen Bret, field.the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack

: e4' Bannon, is a 1977 graduate of the Terwillegar

;: Keystone St. Johns Heights River High Junior School Collegefor attended Motors't

one year, then transfered to St
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FOR YOU TO BUY

I Sen. Van Poole Jumps into
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AND OWN ,A NEW FORD..

U.S. Senate Race Will ChilesState
Challenge |\bu can save hundreds of dollars off the base vehicle sticker price

State Sen. Van B. Poole, I won't walk away from Florida," and get Ford Care Coverage for 2 years or 24,000 miles!
Lauderdale, officially said. "My record in the State
candidacy for the U.S. will show that I will stick with Cash back 100% from Ford!Icairmont
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J Tallahassee press conference until it gets solved.
m f day, June 1.
launched his campaign with a
Poole is seeking the )', nine city "prop stop" of the 4-Door -
nomination in the Sept. 7 touching down in Orlando, : A..i '

face two-term Democrat Miami Fort Myers, West ,
Chiles, D-Fla. Beach, Jacksonville, Panama -- '>
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and Pensacola,. --- 1
A 12-year veteran of the -.- f
Poole campaign now;moves to -: -
legislature, Poole, 47, is the airwaves with itwo-week! mrl 'i :

:G p-'I ranking Republican in the of television commercials : ;,,-:-. I "_: -.... GET '
__ t senate 'adl'rr.hiP. He is an ('down."I out Poolc's position on three l'''';;
.."or with a Hollywood, PL insurance issues in the campaign: the : lIEi'l $

Poole was strongly crime, and foreign policy "', 325 -
Chiles' record at this seeking the Republican f ,_
press conference. for the U.S. Senate now Granada L ...
by Son. Lawton Chiles, a GET BACK FROM _______
,, "High unemployment is are George Snyder, con- FORD370 -
withdraw! pain of 12 years of Sarasota, and David Blud- $ 1 -
ing the kind of big spending state attorney, West Palm
Chiles has supported," Poole !. Bill Markham, property ap GET
>t'r of Broward County, announc- Mustang L
B. Poole "Since Lawton Chiles dropped out when he failed to BACK FROM FORD $
Washington, prices have
enough support Hised on the manufacturer's retail'
Ki'piililit. .Kurt. I.umlfrituU! high. Now inflation is down. I Democrat has yet announced for __ suggested price 3 20
S.'kl .s. :Senate :Nomination: ( go to Washington to keep prices Senate &t'at.I ___

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I Hail Re-elected V.P. District 8 School BoardSchool I __


board member Rodney Hall Parrish, Patricia Spengler, and Hall Escort GL 4-Door ,
12 teachers with 3
experience PIUS..Ford
years
of Bradford GET Care for 21 ;
re-elected
County was from Bradford County. have to take part' in the ;
vice-president of District 8 of (he Powell, from Alachua County, is teacher program. The beginning beginning years or 24,000 miles! Its EXP Qc
}Florida School Board Association in a president of the Florida School Board teacher program goes into effect July $ 3 3 5 the free Ford Care limited warranty -
meeting Thursdaynight, May 27, of Association.The .
the four districts involved. 1 and the 12 teachers won't complete For 2 years or 24.000 miles GET
vote taken
was on a secret
course work for
a permanent (whichever comes first). virtually all
(Hall had been serving as interim ballot. The count was not announced. leaching certificate until Sept 1 after BACK FROM 'FORD you pay for is gas. Everything else $
vice
president before his reelection.Two The group agreed! to caucus al least taking the required courses 3 7 0
other candidates during is covered except accidents, abuse.
were Dr. twice prior to the next session of the the summer session.
Robert Patterson a school board Florida School Board Association, in tires and fluids!
member from Clay County, and late October or early November and Only suggestion was for the Clay t i
Charles Chestnut HI a school board in December.The school board to award the 12 a continuing BACK FROM FORD
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member from Alachua County. group agreed caucus at least contract anyway, and see what ,
Attending the meeting in the Brad- once every quarter, and to rotate the would happen. It would not be an offense I
ford administration building were meetings from county-to-county. that would put a school board J '
school board members Morris Dobbs It was also agreed to suggest that al member in jail some board members rre+riiw
and Bessie Griffis from Union County least one member from each school suggested but Mrs. Maxwell said she !
school board members Jean board association district serve on the would prefer to follow the re .
Varga, Kitty McGlave, Martha Maxwell board of directors of the statewide quirements of the law and leaned I
and Dr. Patterson from Clay association. Powell agreed to make toward changing the law f
County, school board members Ann that !suggestion to the association. t Final I IS7500N
Muga Bob Powell Barbara Gallant, They listened to Clay County school ;
and Chestnut from Alachua County, board member Martha Maxwell explain FLORIDATHEATRE i
and school board members Arthur how a new state law setting up a Week of
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Gaskins, J.R. (Jim) Lawson, J.T. beginning teacher program will make

THISllARIATPICKUP( :
REBATESDon't
I Starke 964-5451 _

New DWI LawChanges in Effect July 1 -7 DAYS-

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Friday thru Thursday 17=.-- -
in laws pertaining to may be administered under certain
opera)ing a motor vehicle' while under conditions for the purposes of determining S300 Miss Out
the influence of intoxicating liquors the presence of controlled ,
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beginning July 1, 1982 should cause substances. Persons refusing to submit TH'Sb; ;
the drinking driver to lake notice, to either a chemical lest of breathor FORDCAREON '.- -. \ 11 .
says the Florida Highway Patrol. urine could have their licenses '83 FORD RANGERI, ': I
The penalty for convict uinof driving suspended for three months. ::
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The first DWI conviction ,. : ,. ( )
while intoxicated will be much suffer requires a rp ; .
than before, in that the fines will be minimum revocation of the driving ._- -- It's the free Ford Care limited warranty'For 2 years or 24,000 miles (whichever comes first). l

higher and jail sentences, except for privilege for six months, a second Virtually all you pay for is gas. Everything. else is covered except abuse accidents, tires and fluids) =.:.
first offenses, are mandatory. conviction in five years requires a
revocation for not less than five years 301 DRIVE-IN M HMMH H V HOBBtvMIMnaMaB VB H BMMB :
Upon the first! t conviction, in addition and for three or more convictions
''> the fine, the violator is required .- within ten years, the license revocation -5 DAYS- For the Best Buy at the Lowest Price: in Florida i
to participate in a public ser must be for not less than ten r
vice or community I work project for a years. Check
with
thru
minimum of 50 hours. A !sencond con- "Strict enforcement of DWI laws Friday Tuesday Clyde, Byron & Warney .
viction within three yean requires a coupled with the new stricter WALT
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mandatory jail sentence of DISNEY r !,
not less penalties imposed by the 1982 Florida PRODUCTIONS
than 10 days and a third conviction Legislature/ should help reduce traffic
within five years carries a mandatory accidents, injuries and fatalities," :
Jail term of not less than 30 days. said Col. Elridgc Beach, director. of WJI3IN1100D Terwillegar I f
FORD i i'r
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I I. (Donna Carter do hereby To Carmen Eaves, may To Suzy Alvarez, I leave leave my ability to climb as Moore was still in business I Chuck Williams and I made -
bequeath everyone Mrs. you always keep your VW! all the memories of our close your dream is to become a would leave him my size on the potter's wheel.
Redding. I think everyone And. I leave you a few friendship. I also leave her flyer.To. I twelve !shoes to sell as boats. To Mr. Crawford I leave a
needs to get to know here at tickets to the Alexander my thanks in helping to Kim Sapp I leave some To John David Francis I one-way ticket to Daytona
least once. She docs her job Brest Planetarium. I know it make my senior year one to good sense. leave Vera Bulah. Gale, Beach.To .
well, 'she's caught me just turns your stomach! the best years of my life. To Sherri Nipper I leave Emma::: Anne Ruth, Mr. Gorilla Mr. Hardy, leave the
enough! To cute Greg Clark I This concludes my last good t luck in everything as and all of my great "perfect chorus"! consisting .
To Mr. Thomas, I leave leave your favorite perfume, will and testament. I have you arc crazy and will need abilities.To of Tony Diggs, Steve Marshall -
the rest of the tardy essay the kind Mrs. Dcy likes! one final thng to say. it. Tony Diggs, I leave my your entire guitar
papers I haven't got to yet To Mr. Miller, I'll just farewell! To all the underclassmen. favorite song.; Requieme- class and last but not least, .
yet leave you I mean you and I leave good luck or Charlcne. Mary Campbel. "
To Mrs. Shuford I leave your computer! Being of unsound mind whatever it takes to make it To Steve Marshall! and To the chorus I leave my
my car keys so the whole office To the great teacher, Mrs. and generally( sick health I, at BHS. Marv Watlcrson. I leave the best, to Bradford High
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the mornings. ability to talk, talk talk! to fan Greene and I, Wendell Tomlinsnn. be- off the floor after you've flag and finally to my sister
To (George) Edward I To Mrs. Scott, you're avery Becky Griffis to hold down ing of sound mind and sixty been considerably shamed. Deanna, and all of the class!
leave a lot of memories. special person and my spot in the bathroomsand pounds less body, do hereby And to Beth Francis, I' of,'86,1 I wish the best of luck.
,, there's really not that muchI to keep my spot clean. leave behind these few leave Stanky Stank, along Goodbye high school Hello
I, Willie "James" Strong. I can leave a librarian except And I leave Kara Hampton possessions.To with the book I'm going to Cruel World.
"Lazy Bean" being of sound my dues for my late and all the other the National Guard I write this summer called
mind and sexy body leave to books and also the ability to underclass the courage and leave all my old size 42 "How to Figure PeopleOut
Sheila, all my love and happiness keep on shh-ing everybodyin strength I had to finish! underwear to make ," starring you know
the library. school and all the good luck I parachutes from. who.
To Larry Long, my charm To Bro. Thomas, .I I leave had al BUS. To Coleman Tent Company To my teachers I leave
and 25e. you the ability to keep on doing I leave my old X-tra these! possesions.! To Mrs.!
To Lisa Rowe my looks. what you're doing cuase I, Charlotte Geiger, beingof large t-shirts! and if Jimmy O'Brian I leave all that !slip
sound mind and
And to Marvin all my it's always great. I love ya! body, am ,
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women, and to BHS my And to everyone else at BHS.thoroughly( before through I'd ....
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like to leave to my fellow
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I, Slatheia Jenkins being you bridgemen, the art of break
of sound mind and body I, Barbara Iloyt. here by ing out of band concentration
leave Valarie and Levah state that my last will and camp and staying out
Jenkins all my left over testament be issued due to until morning.
brains which they will need my leaving of BHS.I To one of the upcoming
very much. leave to John Levins my freshmen, Bonnie Geiger,
To Lisa Bell. I leave my quiet disposition because he I'll leave you a map of BHS ..40ro' .
height. has always wanted my campus, a stack of admit ,-
I leave all the luck I haveto shyness so now is his slips, and Mrs. Miller'sEnglish 1
the incoming freshmen.I chance.I notes, plus all the
I leave all the fun of leave to Barbara luck in the world you'll
psychology and sociology to Underhill my brains need it! !
next years classes. because she always .wants And finally, to the new ,
I leave to all of my other my help, now she can have it BHS Flag Corp as being
relatives that are going to always.I captain for two years, take it
BHS all the fun, headaches, leave to Gloria Roberts, from me, never give up, ; '
joys and pains that I leave''' Donna Tyler, Sheila Anderson even when the going gets rr 'l-"rr'! Jt'- ;
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Smith Ms. Lawson, they will put it to better use motto: "Attitude! (And
Ms. Harrington, Ms. Dey than I ever can.I never get discouraged when
and all the other teachers leave to any Mr. Woodfin calls you a
who I think contributed to a underclassman my luck so moron!) (Which he'll do' AJobWell
greater part of my educationat that they might be able to repeatedly.) And now, finally -
BHS.I leave this school as I did. I say my final goodbye to
I leave to all teachers my BHS! Done
I, Cliff Brunetti. being of kindness and patience P.S. .Bridgemen, reunion
sound mind and body leave because they run short 10 years from now in Largo,
my entire collections of in while.I Fla. _
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weapons along with my spik- P.S.S. -All my thanks goesto &A7.AaW&12 .0 _- -
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gauntlets to the Fratiano's.You leave all of my women to BHS very special to me -
( know who you are.) brother Emett Watkins, (my Mrs. r
7 Michelle Muse 1 ,-being ol son--). ---'" I, Teresa- Griffis. of sound Graduation is an exciting step
sound mind and body leaveto mind and body, do hereby
I, Richard Trainor, being
all students the courage to of sound mind and body do leave my "little" brother, into the world of tomorrow. We
face all problems. To have the ability to main-
hereby declare this my last Leroy,
the strength and knowledgeto will and testament. tain a "B" average his four congratulate you on your accomplishment -
accomplish what we have To a dear friend Lisa glorious years in high
, come here everyday to do, Gilbert, who is a senior this school.To and wish you success.QDPORD

! "Graduatel"To year, but I fear may be one my cousin,Sam Griffis, .,.<
my only sister, I leave next year also, I have all my I leave the strength to do his
all the guys to have your notes and tests and best and finish school.
pick of, (just don't be academic ability to make Last, but not least, to my
stingey.) sure she/makes/ it at least by cousin Jody, I leave the altitude '
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I the hope that maybe one day 84.To all of BHS I leave you but for him to remain the .
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brians to my sister, teacher privileged enough to Randy Conner all my love E. I. DU PONT DE NEMOURS & COMPANY
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will share valedictorian honors at this years graduation Plans are for Miss Thorpe to attend Samford University in Athletes.
services. tomorrow night, June 4. Birmingham, Ala. She is a member of the National Honor
Gina Lane, with a 3.634 grade point average, will host as Society and was Art Club president. Miss Lane,daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Ted Lane of Starke,
valedictorian. Parado, who excelled in sports as well as academics at plans to attend Santa Fe Community College then transferto
BHS, plans to attend college at the University of Miami, a major university specializing in languages. A memberof
hoping to major in mathematics,but he's not sure. He is the both the Spanish and French Honor Societies, Miss Lane
son of Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Parado of Hampton Lake. wants to become: a specialist in languages and plans to ma-
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Tina' Best, being of knows why!) keys to the ignition.To I, Elizabeth Bowman, on I. Kay Chitty. being of I. Chuck Williams, being
drained brain and perfect And of course, to next Mrs. Brunetti I leaveto this day, hereby decree that sound mind and body do of depleted mush and
body leave BHS an inch years student body I leave you a copy of a fair spell- this statement be issued due hereby leave Boots all your despairing carcass do
taller and maybe a little many precious memoriesand ing test to give to your to my departure from Brad- cigarette butts and the good hereby relinquish all enfranchisements .
smarter.To good times! (Enjoy students next-year, in hope ford High. times we spent crusin'. !! to the following:
Howard Hughes. I them while you can, for all that they might pass your. To Mrs. Thornton I leave I also leave you my bad To Emmett Watkins!! I I
... leave my ability to speak too soon graduation will be class. my "C" average in grades in Mrs. Becker's and leave my senior lunch pass,
Spanish with a Southern ac- here!) To coach Hartley, I leaveto American History. At least some common sense (God which he already has. and
cent. May he succeed me as P.S. DON'T WORRY I you all of my well thoughtup they prove that I don't cheat. knows you need it.) one good right leg. Jed. .
next year's Academy Award WILL TAKE THE FOOT- compliments and my To Mr. Miller, I leave my To Rischelle Stow, I leave you'll have to go mix: and
Winner for the Spanish play. BALL AND BASKETBALL phone number in case you disorganized Algebra my dirty blue jeans and match; Zebra style!!"
To Tanja Rigby, I leave all TEAM WITH ME!! need a teacher's aid to help notebook. I hope my future cross looks. To next years student
of my extraordinary athletic --- you out. teachers have better luck To Timmy (Hutch), I council president I leave a
abilities and the ability to en- I, Beatrix Cummings be- To all of the guys at BHS with me. leave all the wild weekendsand better council I hope and
dure a year of Trig. (You ing of sound mind and body and beyond, I dedicate the To Becky Crawford", I leave the hangover mornings.I this years sponsor, Ronnie
may have my notes, also, hereby bequeath all of my .song "Giel" by Time to all of my senior pasS. Then legally hope you live to have many Harris. Do with him what
because they're beyond my holdings at BHS to the you becuase your gonna be she will be able to leave more! you will. GOOD LUCK!!
comprehension!) following persuals: playing it quite often. campus.To To Liza Griffin, I leave all To a small freshman
To Adrienne Pollard, To Audrey Brown, I leaveto To the staff of Bradford Bruce Simmons,I leave the fear of me and Boots and basketball player. I leave 26
Chandler, and you E.W. s phone number. High. I thank you for all of Dixie Cream Donuts and all the memories of the truck. pairs of Converse 8'2 high
Michelle Stilwell, I leave my May you use it in good health my life building experiencesand the other foods which he con- To Steve, I leave you the tops. I hope they're not too
favorite class Annual Staff. ((964- O\'E). my education. siders "junk." I hope he en- task of trying to figure me small.
May all of your deadlines be To Mrs. Scott, I leave a joys them as much as I did. out. Good luck! To a pair of nuts. Mrs. B.
met without a trip to Maclenny. guiet library.To 1. Julie Griffis. being of To Rebecca Anderson, I To Bonnie Whittney, I and Mrs. II., I leave you two
? Michelle, to you as Sabrina Snell and many headaches and bruis- leave my quiet disposition.With leave my cheat notes, my sly straight jackets and some
editor I leave a bottle of Dawn Scott, I leave all of my ed body leave to all the poor her, I also leave my little looks, and the "hopefully" correctfully
Tylenol so that you are ableto winning ways and my TER- souls who will still be at common sense and in- memories of you and Steve. spelled words in the opening
cope with and fight for RIFIC smile. Bradford High the following dependence. Let's all hope To Rodney Arthur statement.To .
your rights as editor. To Mrs. Thornton, I leaveto things: that she uses them. (squirrel) I leave the fear of any hot rodding
To Daniela Rigby, I leave you all of my patience and To Lori Muse I leave an To Victor Letts, I leave my being slapped by Boots and underclassman. I'll leave
the intelligence to udnergoand understanding,you will needin address and key to my wild halo of goodness. It is you six zeroes In six classes
pass Mrs. Miller's your coming years at little apartment located somewhat battered but he me.To Mrs. Becker, my and a shovel."Beware of the
trivial vocabulary tests. To BHS. somewhere between An- can put it back in shape or favorite teacher I leave keenful eye of an ad
Felicia Cooper. I leave my To Mary Waterson, drews Drugs and Southside can he? (II I hope so.) Boots to hassle you where I ministrator."
electric typewriter with Heather O'Steen and Dawn Elementary. I also leave all Finally, to all left off. and I leave YOU 1000 To Mrs. Wanda Smith, we.
preset margins. (May her Joiner, I leave my beautiful my love and unforgettable underclassmen, I leave my talking marks and the Chucko Brian Darly and
typing skills surpass mine!) singing voice, and a year's memories of falling out of ability to depart from Bradford thought: I hope your pen Randy,leave you memoriesof
To Kim Lawson I leave a supply of hugs. vehicles at Bradford High High, although it's hard. runs out of ink. a field trip and 104 soggy
restriction free senior year. To Valerie Randolph and and elsewhere. We love yat! To Bradford High, good- To Christie Starling, I just slush puppies and 127 empty
(Grad nite will be fun, if she Lisa Rowe, I leave all of my To Emmett Watkins, I bye. leave my everlasting friend-- gum wrappers.To .
can goD!) "spirit" and. "hunks phone leave a kiss for all the times -'- ----"-' -- ship and my dirty socks! any teacher of my
.And last, but not least, I number book." I know you you were mad, and I promise I, Angle Lee Iliggin-- Last, but not least, I leave brother Grant, I leave a *
leave to that short, little kid will have a great time. to buy a watch just for botham Griffis. being of all my underclassmen (you prayer and five dollars for a ,
Carmella Coburn an un- To (Queenie Berry, I leave somewhat deterioratedmind unfortunate souls), all the spittoon for your class.
breakable mirror <( my charm and good-looks in body (lin some places), do terrific school and all the underclassmen I leave a
I I order to hold on to Blaine.To hereby leave our ability(Me, referrals you'll be seeing.I box of Klennex, cause your
Mr. Crawford I leavean Tammy I., Lori L. MelanieP. losing a heck .of a senior

unforgettable memory of ., Robin T.) to cut up, get Monica Green, being of class.
a class trip to*oop's,I forget out of, doing our work, and no mind and little body leaveto Special thanks to all my
where. I also leave an abun- stay in trouble to anyone the following people the teachers, Mrs. Aljets; Mrs.
dant amount of congratulations who can do it as good as we things listed.I Scott, Mrs. Thomas, and the
in being able to survive could.I leave to Wanda Brown people. in the office. ,
fifth period and not go crazy. also leave to Daniel (my the Sr. English! class, a roll I --- --of
Robbie being
And I leave you a great big brother), two more years on of toilet paper ai.d all the blown, mind and May no body, do
SMILE! good ole No. 77.
good times we had.I to
To Mr. Charlie Thomas I I leave to next years an- leave to Suzanna Ball all hereby leave my ability I
have only one thing to say: nual staff the ability to give the people she knows from get caught brother at everything David. I
You're one heck of a Mrs. Bain as many hard Middleburg, also Andrew try to my ,
sweetheart and I love yal! times as we did, and for and best of luck next year. also leave him my job on he'll the
To Mrs. Register I leave a heavens sake, do it your way To Edward Crews I leave farm, which I'm sure it.)
(lif he survives
stack of papers from peopleall next year. Stand up for what my T-shirt from our water enjoy
the world to be want!!II leave my youngest
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typed. Thanks, you're great.To leave to Mr. Crawford all best of luck. chickens of
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Mrs. Harrington, I the good memories of his To Tommy Crosby, I leave and pain the
leave lots of luck in being a favorite class ((5th). all the dances and the collecting. washing
terrific mother. I know Last, but not least, I leave memories of them. eggs.I
v ..r. make all underclassmen with all leave my sister, Melissa,
you'll a good one. To Louie, I leave Scot D., class
To all the rest of the the fun, good times, hear- Kingsley Lake and the the art of sneaking into
students of Bradford High, I taches, and memories of memories.To tardy without getting caught
wish you luck in survivingthe Bradford High. Enjoy it Robert Carver, I leave and also the ability to sweet do
imprisonment! You're while you can, for it's some V.T. the gym floor, and the talk the teacher when you
gonna need it! of the best years of our lives. best of luck and all the good get leave caught.I to. Tammy Barnesa J

times! we have had. WHOLE pack of "BIGRED"
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GRADUATION leave my Saddle Oxfords. on the street and ask me for
I To all the future BHS a piece of gum.
Cheerleaders, I leave the I leave to Mr. Crawfordthe
A great day.A hard work and all its ability to write on the
rewards.To .
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milestone-but off a fine future Mrs. Harrell, I leave chalk all over himself.
the memories of
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also a new beginning.Best T Hearty Congratulations '82 To, and Wanda good Smith luck next, I leave year.a ding. I leave my "perfect attendance" -
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MIKE COONEY Janet M. Starling, REALTORUS BHS To finally the future! only ,sugar, Teresa my Griffis,
leave students I ALL my heart soul, body,
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Class Song: Let's' Groove the school bell rings away another year, :
Class Colors: Scarlet & Grey I think of the friends I've' made, So dear, .
Class Poem: "Graduation"Class I think of the times we've' spent together, \ I / /.
Motto: Moments to Remember These times will live in my heart forever..
Though some will say they're' glad to go,
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Best wishes 1 1r
I/ think/ of the feelings of sorrow and laughter, :
GIADSI I'll' remember these feelings forever after.. wv wvSm
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the top. '' Melinda Dobb Processional (all standing). ...Bradford High A Alria a Mater. ...'. .. .. .. .'. ... ... ... ..All
Centmry 21 School Band Closing' P Prayer.. . .Charles I M.. Williams I Tammy Ilene Denton Tina Marie Best
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Prayer. Denmark
Opening Stacey essional (all )..... Sincere best '
Neighborhood Properties, Inc. Pledge to the Flag..... ....... ...... .. .. .All Re standing Bradford High wishes. Good
National Anthem........ ...... .Lois L. Moore School Band PHOTOS NOT AVAILABLE
964-5231 Introductions. ...Mr. Jim: Duncan, Principal Senior Class Officers I luck k to all. Teresa Ann Harley Richard Lyle Trainor

Welcome Address.. .Gina R. Lane, SalutatorIan Gtiia' R. Lane e.... ... .. ...... ,...PresidentGuest ---- .
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.. Farewell Address. ... .....Randy C. Parado, Vickie''e L. Carver. .. . ... .. ....Secretary
:VilftK".i"l''' ; Karen Thorpe- Co-Valedictorians Martin Hunter...... ....... ..... .Treasurer PIONEER
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Casey, Jr.., SuperintendentHonor ELECTRICLawtey
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(L'J (tt, 1411 h Anthony William Anderson Gary E. Martin 1 "UGllADUATION
Valeria Renee Brown Terri Lynn Massey
v Vickie Lynne Carver :" Julia Marie Prndarvis TOPS!
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Beatrixs Denice Cummings Vivian Alesta Sheffield ( You've' earned it !
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Valerie Lynn Hightower Rhonda Irene Stern .
Martin James Hunter Barbara Renee Wike
LET'S Camille Faye Livingston Charles Morris Williams
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FDJ_. success-filled days. a e extend to allg T.G. & Y.
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Stacey Denmark and you my track shoes and the I. Lisa! Gilbert being of the future and I hope you gel mind that I won't be around lice stating I never knew
Karen Chilly being of crazy will to "keep on truckin." sound mind and body do everything out of life that anymore. To my sister's
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mind and tall bodies do To Donna Thornton, I hereby bequeath the follow- you want! Long live the best friend, Lori McKinney, April Ronny I leave
hereby leave the following leave you my best ing problems to those who I class of '82! I leave you all my math the world in hopes that she
things to the following cheerleading skills and your have become close with dur- To all the seniors of '83,1 1 homework in the hopes that will finally get to go to the
friends. sweet mom. ing my imprisonment at leave the thought that the you might pass. places she always wanted. I
I I. Stacey, leave to Daniela To Francine Long, I leave BUS. senior class of '82 did rule! Kevin Thorpe shall also leave her "Lights &
Rigby, LeAnn and Lori you all the pictures of me I leave Mike Christmasme At last I leave BHS! Goodbye receive my ho-bo hat a collection Sirens." _
Flynn, Avon books to last you would like to have. and all the good times !! ot song books, my And last, to the world, I
you up until next year when To Mary Watterson, I he can handle in the future roller skates D.R., my leave ME! "Watch out
you finally graduate. But leave you much love and and all my love.I I, Sybil Kelly, leave to report card and a one-way world, here I come."
one word of warning, don't happiness and your forever I leave to LeAnn Flynn all my two cousins, Michelle ticket Australia. Have a
look at them at Mr. Miller's smiling face. "Albert n supplies"and Bright and Antonia Jones, good time.
Trig class anymore becausehe I leave the future cross my hangups which troubledher the ability to survive the up- To Stacy Denmark whom
will take them away, just country members the abilityto over the >car. Thanks coming years at BHS. I grew up with, I leave an
like he always has. get up every Saturday and God bless you dear, love I leave to Kay Allen, Kim Italian guy, a sheep, a cap,
To Mr.Miller,all I can say morning at 6 am. for a always. Brown,and Tonya Rigby my and a trip to Germany on a
is if you ever want the com- meet. Oh. yeah! Watch out I leave the Bridgemen "GREAT" singing ability. train.
mission on my Avon, you'll for Kenny Dewitt, he loves memory (consisting of six Maybe one day you three, I
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and will dare to be as great as I you
have to come get it. food fights on the bus. To the very people) that
special and
Also, to Mr. and Mrs. future aid of Mrs. Julie will and can never die! am you could use it!! my intelligence my (
And to all the J.\".& Varsity wisdom. Also memories of
Miller. thanks for being/( so Miller, I leave you an extra I leave a word of warning
Germany and a guide on
much fun in Germany. Much. pair of hands and plenty of to BHS Flag Corps, be cheerleaders, I leave my
in jumps, how to survive the next two
superb ability
happiness always. appointments to an eye doc- strong you'll need it, for the
To Tina Bowen, I leave my tor. You'll need glasses best has gone! yells, pompom routines and years. .v
great tennis skills (maybe before you're through! I leave a word of thanks to showmanship. You all need To my crazy friend, Con-
since Eddie's gone you'll Together, we leave BHS the following teachers who ill!! nie Davis, a pack of
have more money to eat with many fond memoriesand put up with the pain they endured To Don Green, I leave luckin balloons, a cow, mustard,
with.) Just kidding Eddie! little regrets. To all Mr. Crawford, Mrs. the future as No. 63. mayonnaise, and a pair of
To Mrs. Harrell I leave the
To Mary Watterson, underclassmen, may your Dey, Mr. Woodfin. shoes.
that smile in be the best .. knowledge that there will
always keep high school years ... --0. '
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your heart! Good luck they can bell!! I, Brenda Sue Willingham To Mrs. Denton. I the decision to leave you
always! To Barry Warren we leave (Pittman). being of warped leave thanks for being pa- laughing lessons.
To Diana Crawford and you a book titled, "Self mind and body do hereby tient in third and fourth. Porter Roberts, I have left
Donna Thornton, I hope your Defense." We wouldn't want leave all the
following posse- To Louie, I leave the you one) orange tree and a
high school years are as happy you to get hurt by all yourgirlfriend's sions: memories of Kingsley Lake. horse. Have fun.
mine have been! boyfriends!I
as To Debbie Phillips, I leave the underclassmen I
To ,.R., I leave this years To all seniors of '82. We all the headaches I had fromso leave To luck in to Nadine Green shall get my We hope you
science experiment! had a great time a Crescent much English homework.To at BHS. your Have years fun! beautiful voice. Now you will always I
To the teachers of BUS, I -Beach even if you didn't all the seniors of next come Last, but not least, I leave might be able to sing on key.. I
leave my sister Allison, to show up! year I leave the worry of fin- BHS. I'm going to miss it! find success.
carryon the Denmarkname. To Hilda Dey, we leave ding out where you're goingto To my husband! Victor.
you plenty of nerve pills get the money to pay all Letts. I leave 'your i
To the class of '83. Great along with a new coffee cup, your SENIOR BILLS! I; I.ynn: .Loper. with a daughters, Linda nad Tina
times and lots of laughs! and many good times in your I also wish the best of luckto messed up mind and a great and your father S.M. P.S. -
I Karen Chitty, leave Lin- class! the seniors of '83 cause body do hereby leave the The divorce papers are on
da Dewitt all the food in the To our parents, much ap- you're sure going to need all following things to' the'following the<< way. The
world for your skinny body preciation for your the luck you can get! people. A.J. Eaves
and may you always come in understanding, love and sup- To all the seniors of '82, I To my loving sister, Anne To Susanne Doll, I have a
first place. / port. We love you! wish you the best of luck in Loper, I leave the peace of signed document.in: the of-

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weak mind and not so Paula Thornton I would like future for a colorful
sound body, do declare this to leave a muzzle, if I had
my last will and testament.To one, to put on her big mouthso group of fine
my favorite instructor, she won't disturb anyone young
Mr. Woodfin, I leave my else like she disturbed me in
prayers to have first Bookkeeping I. Maybe, if she people.HUFORO'S.
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great. Good luck and best a special friend, Mike iwfi
wishes Mr Woodfin I Christmas, I leave a lo of
To my best friend, Denise memories (a few good and a
Griffis, I leave ALL of my few bad), Especially State lot
batons from past years and Contest '81 and the boat inci- Best wishes
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also leave her a little bit of with a special friend Lisa. gads.
courage to stand up to all You better take care of her 09 CHEVRON
future majorettes who will or you will have to deal with
not practice when told to do me. Stay sweet!
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I, Tammy Barnes, being I I. Sharon Tussell. being of be nice at the right times overcome LAZINESS! apple.I To 'Mrs.: Ann Miller, I

of little mind and lex body, sound mind and body do and may she learn when to I give Faith Roberts my leave Art III my superbart leave my broken bookkeeping

leave to my brother. Tom- hereby bequeath the put people in their right son, K.L., to love and pro- talent and the memory of pens and thanks for all
my, all the great rule of the following endearments to place.To tect. I hope you remain our good times. the help.
high school and my ability to those I became close to during Kelli Carver and Clara sane! I give Robin M. and Amy Finally to all

avoid them. I also leave him my imprisonment atBHS. Winkler I leave all the good I leave Lisa Green my art S. a chance to live a Harle-. underclassmen may your

the hope of having Senior times and laughter in the of catching guys (esp. at a quin romance of their years at BHS be as rewarding
English with Mr. Crawford.To I leave all my headachesand world. May they be able to skating_ rinkllJ: !) and the. choice. aa mine were.I .
Greg Nazworth and short lunches to those turn all their math responsibility of taking care I give the entire senior
Ray Shuford. I leave all the students that take chorus in homework assignments in. of Gaylord. class my Valedcitorian Angela G. Boyett. being

fun of coach Stephen's math the future.I To Beth Francis?I leave I give Dottie W. my abilityto speech!! Good Luck! See of sound mind and body
class. I leave to Mr. Craig Smith, all the good and bad times of stick my foot in my y all later. Watch out Sam- hereby leave the following
To Wanda Brown. I leave all my supplies, all the good being a senior and a second mouth. ford University, here I things to the following peo

all the memories of the fun times that I had, and all my trip to grad nite. For Theresa Ricks I leave come!! ple.To
we had on campus and love and respect.I To Dolores Perry I leave my dingy collection of P.S. CI I didn't forget Ken. I Doug Green, I leave all
especially off campus, right leave to Robin Stern all all the wrecked cars' and American History notes.I leave Kenneth Lazzaro all the good times, never forgetme.

Wanda! the good luck a person can good times on weekends. leave Sam Tyson my Air my problems and say .
I leave to Lori Allen a get. I leave to Kim Lawsonmy May she be lucky enough to Supply record and V-97 station "Thanks psych. You were a To Wanda Brown I leavea
loudspeaker for Mrs. Dey's talent in typing because make it as far as I have in big help! I Take care.) life time supply of toilet

class and all my luck to her you'll need it. the next two or three years. I give Cindy Thomas w. paper and all the great
and Randv.To Lastly I leave to David S. Brandi Herndon, Paige brains,sex appeal and ability my; I. M lInda Dobbs. being of times.
Kim Sapp and Rhonda a pain in the butt because Roberts, Diana Crawford, I to to class!II unsound mind and lacking To Suzanne Ball, I leave
Sapp. I leave another fun that's what you were to me. leave all the shorthand skillsa give go Annie L. my adviceon body do bequeath all my Andrews, and high neck

'year of P.E. with coach Good luck to those who at- person could have. May how to get along with notes (cheat or otherwise) to shirts.

Hartley. I also leave Kim tempt to graduate from they make good secretaries.And older sisters. (II I know how my brother. Danny.To To Edward Crews Fuzzy
the hope of finding a great BHS. It's really a lot of fun. last, but not least. I they treat you!) my best friend Ella, I I leave Bus 97 and racing

j boyfriend, like I did. to And goodbye to my honey. leave all my laughter and I leave Nathan Coley my leave my collection of down 16.

spend her high school years Mr. McGriff, Mrs. Haney typing skills to Mrs. Brunei- seriousness. To the Uno. helium balloons and any To 'Andrew "Strickland, I ;

with. She's doing a good Job Denton, Mrs. Shuford, my U.May Club I leave all my "Draw other material things of leave Suzanne and your own
checking them all out. mom and dad, Mr. and Mrs. everyone at BHS Twos," "Draw Fours," and value (which isn't much.) cooler.

leave to my cousin Gene )Miller\ I love you all.I .have a bright future. '_ also my triumphant UNOII! To Mrs. Harrell I leave
Barnes the ability to skip To I leave' my thanks for some enjoyable -
Tony Anderson, do leave I, Kenny LeNeave,' do Lynn Loper
school in a sly manner so he Uno Club especially Karen hereby bequeath to my close some Gobbie Bears,a trip to English classes.To .
doesn't get caught.I all of Draw Germany and my ride in the Mr. Hardy my used
Thorpe, my and very dear friend, Maria'Darley L
guitar strings and unused
leave to Doug Green all Fours. I leave Robin May all my good sense of Bomber cars. THI'IADUUtSt
the memories of P.E.and all To the teachers leave music sheets.
my Skips and leave coach humor and my "Oh, No'sl"! .I a
the tennis balls that
we Harris my mess I I I leave to my friend, Bene, I
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also leave him the best
very students. I leave
my the jokes I could never tell
of luck with Angela.To You'll need them
ear plugs. Him at Wendy's.I .
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they at Jokes. who have helped me through ,
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will have a good time no Lastly. I leave to Nova these years, a great chanceto ,/
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Bright my get a rest.
want. And finally I leave
days.
I give ,back to Danny
Bradford .
High.I -
-
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Dobbs all the debts I owe
I Jackson, blessed
Hope
him for buying me drinks at
with great mind and great the store.
Eddie Lee Thompkins. body, leave the following
,
Last, but not least, I leave
Jr., being of sound mind and endearments to the follow-
all craziness and
body, her do and henceforth ing people I've come to knowat outstanding my goofiness to my
basketball Bradford's Prison.I .
retire my
good fiends, Maria
number, 23. I also leave as a leave to Carmen Eaves a very
Darley, Kevin Scheetz Bene!
momento and token of appreciation scholarship to driving and
Abridge Kristy Johns,
my size 12'/i' Converse school, I also leave to her a Selina Cassels. so you'llmake
to the future stars of $50 bill for a doctors; appointment
a good out of the
the BHS Fighting Tor so she won't be year The
few you have left.I 'You; re Terrific! world
nadoes.I "eel." ........ar.- .
I leave Tangela Parks T, Karen Thorpe, of ...and wo know the 1 IS
also leave with these .
in basketball. yours
expertise
my and TEN
mind
disaranged a best is yet le com.
brief closing remarks to the ,
But Just in case she tries to body do hereby leave
athletes of the years to use her own I will leave her a' Nadine G. my bedroom so Hitch your wagon 170W.

come. If you set goals in life pair of tweezers. that she will not have to to a star.The .
you can only accomplishthem I leave to Donna Thorton share with Barbie. I also
with hard work, deter two one gallon "jugs" to go leave her my gorgeous looks The

mination, a good attitude with the two she alreadyhas. and wacky humor. future
and intestinal fortitude. So, I leave Mr. R. half my ImagemakerThelma .
set your goals high and go I leave to Mrs. Wanda heart (the other half I save Vickie & IS In

for it. Smith a chain that she can for the guys at college.) AlsoI Love, Big Sis! Your

I also leave all of my loveto attach to my car the next leave him my ability to
time we meet up in St. bands.
Pam, a very, very special
Augustine.

girl to me. _u.___ 1 leave, "n" bright and cheerv
rainbow to Mrs.:iey so sh-
I, Norma Canova. being of, can think of me everytime
distorted mind and satisfied she sees it. '

body leave BHS my name Last but not least, I leave SUPER Graduation putt you on
imprinted on the carpet in
heart compacted with
my tho road
ta higher
class
coach Adkinsons old love to Michael Carroll.
for everyone to rememberme. !' achiovamont.. Good luck
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I, Michelle uriffls.' of to you.
leave Mrs. Dey one less warped mind and sound I

nervous break, down and one body leave.Sheila Hartley
Humanities book which was good luck in1 her years to
turned In.lleave. come at BUS; though shortas I :

Mrs. Smith the re- they are, may she never c lass of
be late to class again
mains of directed rabbit
.(Buesv). my because of me. I leave her 1982 J.R. 'Jim" Lawsen FARM PRODUCE,

.. I all the suckers In my truck
But most Important
-" CHMRMANBsMcta & SEAFOOD MARKET
leave many happy To Mashell Brown I leave ,,

memories of unexcused all of my kindness and Mile ri c. IcMII Sam. 617 N. Temple Ave. (next to BHS)
she learn to
absentees from Mrs. Red- .'meanness. May ,
ding. Happy Trails BHS.. Starke 9646071June
G.S.P.-8-3-1.

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>* I,Sherry Louise Davis, being the great times we had. supplies that I used at the To Kristy Johns. I leave King Arthur.I To Kevin Schoctz, I leave
'j i of dirty mind and small Don't ever forget them. high school and also my love the keys to the white Pinto. I leave mv, unusual hairstyles you all the playing rights of
''t body do hereby leave the To Mrs. Harrell, I leave and respect', I love ya. To Mike Christmas and (especially the pipe- my best known melody,.
4 following things to the you luck so that you get To next years annual staff, LeAnn Flynn, I leave'the cleaner one), to any girl who "Nanny Nanny Boo Boo."
," following people.To another class like ours. (I I Robin, leave many Golden Arches and the keysto would be willing to accept Use it in place of youknowwhat. -
Wanda Brown, I leave didn't say it would be good headaches! aggravations, all the cars I took you off t them. (Tommy's Theme.! )
., a supply of rolls of toilet luck!) overdue deadlines, and Ms. campus in. To the junior varisty and To Bernie Akridge, I leave
paper. We sure used our To Mrs. Denton, I leave M.E. Bain. Good luckyou'llneed To Charlene Rigby, I leave varsity cheerleading squad, you an apology for all the
4 share at school this year and you all the fun times we've H.And the black tie I wore to school I leave spirit and smiles.. arguments I have caused.I .
.1.1It last but not least that she feel in love with. I .. - .
I'm sure we'll do a lot of roll- had in third period.To we I leave the athletic -
.ing next year too. I also all the underclassmen I leave our many memoriesand leave a lucky charm to my organizations a winning I Bill Green, being of
''I f leave you, David Jones, leave the fun and hard times good times as we leave best friends, Keith Kehoe season.I sound mind and body leave
Grant Williams, and Steve that all seniors go through. good ole' Bradford High. and Tracy Bollinger, that I would like to give to all Teddy Breese my wrestling
Carter. Especially David. And last, but not least, I Being of sound mind and they might survive the the students. BHS good skills which he will needs
To Suzanne Ball, I leave finally leave good ole' Brad- generally good health, I, prison camp of Bradford memories and enjoyment and to Mike McDuffie, I
vou happiness with Andrew ford High.: I'm sure gonna Rennie Lennon bequeaththe High School. To my loving throughout their years. leave my old socks for him I I
Strickland. I also leave you miss her! following items to the. sister, Rosaland Lennon, I And last, but not least, I to have !socks to practice in. I !
'k. thicker, less revealing -- -- following( people.I leave the memory of the one leave to all the teachers I To Mrs. Julie Miller 1 I
': nightgowns! We Kay Crosby Sharon leave my rythmic year we spent together in have had and the ad- leave my great sense of
"t To Andrew Strickland, I Fussell. Bunky Sapp and qualities to Lee "Ander" high school. ministration my gratitudeand humor which I'm sure she'll
also leave you happinesswith Robin Tatum being of little Davis. I leave my musical I leave coach Harris appreciation.Last greatly appreciate.
Suzanne.Save me some minds and warped bodies,do talents to Kevin Schectz. I another few inches to grow. To coach Harris, I leave
"Good Ole' Bud." hereby leave these leave mv singing abilities to To Mr. Don Hardy, I leave will and testament-of my thanks for helping me
To Edward Crews,.I leave endearments to those whomwe John David Francis and all the "U's" I collected in through the last four years.!
you the promise that I will became close with duringour Brad Russell.To his class. To Mr. Mike Wood- Lex To Green.J.D. Francis, I leave To Mrs. Brunetti, I leave
not reveal anymore of your imprisonment at Brad- Beth Francis. I leave fin, I leave all the notes I "Riviera." Baa Haa thanks for helping me to look
nickames, "Batman!" ford High School.To the rocket I shot her at wrote on the back of my -you my KNOW I'm kidding! foolish in front of the English
To Tommy Crosby, I leave Suzanne Ball we leave Daytona Beach. To Ellis music. To Mrs. Debra you To Daniela Rigby, I will class and helping me to pass II
the heighth that was stolen our passes to Camp Blanding Behbeg and Lori Ann Johns, Stephens. I leave all the ,.never"!ITo English.I .
from me, Lord knows you sand dunes and a scholar- I leave a prayer that they mistakes I didn't correct on leave Lori you Flynn nothing, I leave would leave all my class !
need it! ship for game warden might find the right personto my typing papers. all dancing you notes to someone but I have i
brother school.To Last and very least, I my square
To my big Doug fullfill their needs. none.
which is not much.
talent I
Green, I leave you all the Tina Bowen, we leave To Donna Thorten, 1 leave leave Emma Jean Redding To ,Donna. Anael. and To Greg Jackson. I leave
luck with Angela. I hope she all our senior passes to lunch all the fake notes we wrote to alone. my ability to be crqzy. To
Clara I leave all the fun-
realizes how lucky she is. I and a bag of groceries in get Richard off our backs. I -.. you Gerald Gullian, I leave
also leave you all the fun repayment for all our leave all the notes I passed in I, Gina Lane, being of ny looks ya'll gave me in ability to get out of trouble.To my.
chorus.
times we've had. "munch-outs" at your house coach Harris' class and alien mind and body do And most of all, to Selina Brandi Herndon, I
To Regina Eunice, I leave when we were broke. never got caught to Debbie hereby leave the following: leave my ability to get into
you my "Dawg." To Wanda Brown, we Phillips.To To the next senior class Cassels, I leave you the keyto trouble which she's already
: To Kim Whitehead and leave olentv of fresh air and Mary Waterson, leave president I leave luck and my heart. good at.
''I' J Donna Moody I leave you Robin's bedroom floor for all a hug like the one I gave her patience and the hope that To Mr. Woodfin, I leave To Bradford High I leave
my courage to go off campusfor your rough Saturday nights. in the elevator of Alachua your class will be as helpfulto you my" ultimate line "It's my memory and Mrs.
lunch when I was an i To Mr. Crawford, we leave General Hospital. you as mine. Cool. You can use it only Harvel and Mrs. Bruntetti so
I underclassman.To one trip to the Constance I leave the wonderful, lov- To all the (a students of when in a bind. it will always have
Gene Barnes and AndyChaff Theatre on us.All our"cheat ing, and beautiful "Annie French and Spanish; I leave something to smile at.
I leave you the hopes sheets" and excuses. Last Christian" to John Bennent.To my interest in the
that Santa Claus will bring but not least, we leave you Robbin Jefferson, I leave languages.To I I
you a motorcycle for our back corner in shambles.To the mistle toe I wrapped Mrs. Hansen's sixth '
Christmas.To Craig Smith, from around her at the Christmas period class, I wish to give
Gene, I leave you all Sharon, I leave to you all my Formal. my love and knowledge ofCONGRATULATIQNS

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To You. .


GRADUATEHats Gina. Cathy
a daughter
Having
Lots of luck! We
: like makes
you being a
i love you arid want the
parent easy. We'reproud
very best for you.
of you, G.B. Make'
us proud.
off to you grads! We're so proud of you! After Love, Mom and Dad Steve, Sheila Kids

; of hard work to handle To P...Head:
your years you're ready To Our Son, Tony
Good Luck I love
whatever challenges lie ahead. You have a bright you. Anderson
We are proud of you.
and exciting future waiting for you. Make the Love, Christopher son.
Love Mom and Dad
most of it! Use your energies and skills and all the To Joy,
Make your life at Rachelle W.,,
knowledge you've gained through your education "10."' We are real proud I Love You and our
future will be filled
to their fullest. Make this a better world for all Good of you.Luck, Fred & with/ happiness.

of us. And if we can help you in any way don't Sylvia Cathy, Randy B.

hesitate to come .talk to us. Maxine, Congratulations "We I
Enjoy yourself gal. Finally Made IllWe
We are "Express-ly" all are real proud of
Florida Bank
proud of you. Hang in you in so many ways.
there! Keep up the good
Starke Fred. Sylvia and All works. Always
at 8J; remember endeavorsand

dreams of the
4
a. Clark at Jefferson Street, Starke. FL 32091 ((904)) 964-7050 future are!: better the than
history of past.
-(0( # Hang in there honey,
you 'have everything(/ .
going for you.
..<. Member FDIC We Love You.

, .- Mom, Dad & Kt'vinPage

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