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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 10, 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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I plan for a $6.6 million expansionand The consultant's report also recommends
t : renovation of the present Brad- :
ford County Hospital is now being proposed .A new energy plant, heating and
..". by the Board of Trustees.To air-conditioning. That phase of the
end hearing for a current hospital is one of the weakest,
; that a public
( certificate of need is set at 7 p.m. O'Steen says.A .
1 ; June 24, a Thursday, in the Bradford new operating room.A .
(: 'J"'J"f) County Courthouse. By state law the new radiology (X-ray) facility.
Jt I Health Systems Agency, which is the '.A new physical therapy complex.A .
J :' North Central Florida Regional Plan new public waiting room. The _
ning Council based in Gainesville, remodeling plans will have the en- ;
., must issue a certificate of need before trance of the hospital changed to Col-
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license to build ley Road.A .
the hospital can get a .
the addition. A public hearing is required new 6-bed special carp facility -
, before the certificate can be for heart attack or wreck patients.The .
y issued.It expansion would about double _
was a money-saving consideration the present size of the hospital,

to expand the present facility, O'Steen says.
The will be financed : .
expansion by :
rather than build a new hospital on a
sank to BCH Ad- selling tax-exempt revenue bonds
yp .. new site, according
t' t ministrator Rip O'Steen. A new backed up by Alachua General
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$6.6 million, plus there would have had an agreement to operate and -
..... been land aquisition considerationsand manage BCH, which has been changed -
; the problem of obtaining a sewer to a private not-for-profit corpora-

; plant if the new hospital was outside tion."This "
the present Starke service area, is really good, says O'Sleen.
; "We're real excited about movingthis
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-- Decision to expand the present Once the certificate of need is
i facility was made after a feasibility deemed complete, the NCFRPC will
4'+ji t rt'rYla study by two engineers and an ar recommend a license to proceed.
Tension Excitement Relief... chitect. The consultant's report Final approval comes from the Depl.

...were mirrored on the faces of the 1982 Bradford High graduates last Friday night. recommended the expansion becauseof of Health and Rehabilitative Servicesin
At Top: Drew Andrews, Joey Andrews, and Frank Andrews were fascinated by the crowd which the size, need, and dollar availability Tallahassee.
filled the Tornaclo'stadium as they waited to march in to "Pomp and Circumstance." O'Steen says. O'Steen anticipates having the certificate -
BUS instructor Julie Miller adjusts Lois Moore's cap, left above.Senior coed Connie Davis Harriet. y Y The $6.6 million expansion will in- of need by this Sept. 1. Then
''I Davis and Sherry Davis march in to take their seats, middle above. nl clude space for 70 new hospital beds, the process of planning must be gone
I ;. Tammy'Barnes receives congratulations and a diploma. from School Board Chairman J.T. Parrish., y so that all patients would be housed I in through with an architect.
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1982 'Graduates Bid Goodbye to Bradford High"Graduation


Hearings Set for 6 Charged
Is a time of great happiness and a little bit of sadness mixed "Gee Whiz. We never had a crowd like this at'a football game," one amazed -
in," co-valedictorian Randy Parado told his classmates and 1982 Bradford senior boy whispered as the 1982 graduates marched in to "Pomp and Cir
High graduates plus a stadium full of family and friends last Friday night, cumstance."
June 4. "Never, never, never, never give up," salutatorian Gina Lane urged herAnd With Environmental ViolationsHearings
his address to the seniors, the parents, and other onlookers reflected classmates as they enter a real world full of problems, trials, and tempta
just that. tions.
Parado prompted the crowd, and especially his fellow seniors to laugh "You taught us to be proud of ourselves and of each other. You trained us will be held on Thursdayand Robert and Mary Shafer, and
with tinges of humor, but also brought tears to the eyes of some when he to respect the rights and privileges that we as Americans have. You showed Friday, July 12-13, for six property Sylvester and Vivian Ortega, all own-
struck a note of regret about his high school days ending. The popular senior us what was expected of the American citizen. From you, we learned to love, owners on Sampson Lake, charged ing property in Sampson( Lake Villas,
was awarded a standing ovation when he finished his farewell address. share, and reach out !to those in need. We also learned to take each of our with violations of environmental and Dudley Hardy, whose property is
It was a brief, to the point, yet one of the nicest graduations, said one BHS responsibilities seriously and to strive always to do our best. Without your regulations involving dredge and fill on Powell Road, Sampson! Lake.
junior help, we would be nothing," co-valedictorian Karen Thorpe told the assembl- operations. Most, if not all of the cases resulted
"I finally got it, Mom and Dad!" yelled Donald Brooker, as he received a ed guests, friends, teachers, and fellow graduates in her farewell address. Cathy Farmer, with the enforce- from property owners dredging boat
mock diploma. Seniors had to go by the high school office and turn in their "In return for your kindness and devotion, we lift the burden of t the world's ment division of the Jacksonville office slips (short canals) from the lake into
cap and gown before getting their real diploma. future from your shoulders and place it upon our own. of DER (Department of En- their property and using the excavated -
Cindy Alderman was the first to walk the road to the future, and have the "It is now our turn to go out into the cruel and confused world and try to vironmental Regulation) said hearings soil to fill their lots.
tassel on her cap turned from left to right by School Board Chairman J.T. create a world of peace and happiness. Vie will try to build a new' and better will be held in the Bradford Coun-
Parrish. tomorrow. ty courthouse. Farmer said a total of 22 warning

Gerald Goodman,just out of the hospital that day,was rolled onto the foot"We have come face-to-face with the responsibility of making the world a Hearings are scheduled for Robert letters were sent to property ownerson
ball field in a wheel chair to receive his diploma. better place in which to live. We proudly accept the challenge!" Harris, Jr., Robert and Lula Penn- Sampson Lake. One case! has been
ington Warren and Jane Perry, setled by consent order.
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II t c>rv ..* Marshal. Simmons.. Chairman John E1'j ans At Odds in Hamnton I
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4t Seemingly endless, the fuss over marshal was when he was supposedto of the audience asked if Evans had situations where law enforcementcalls out all the windows of Hampton's city
the Hampton police department con- be on duty," Evans said. "I rode told Simmons "not to do your job." for more than one man." hall building. Council discussed how
f tinued Tuesday night, June 8, as city around town and he was not patrollingthe "How is the man going to do his job Simmons' assistant McLeod added, to replace the broken glass Tuesday
council members and 24 onlookers city." if the chairman is telling him not to "We had to have someone there with but no decision was made.
heard Chairman John Evans and new After returning home Simmons write tickets?" one man in the audience knowledge of first aid. There was a
fI marshal Raymond Simmons carry on called Evans back and the argument asked.! baby there with head injuries and the Simmons said he made 9 arrests
I an argument that had started on the erupted."I And Simmons agreed, "I can't do best thing to do is get them to medical last month, despite not having a radar
: phone last weekend. told him you can cuss me, you the job when people are bothering attention as quickly as possible" gun, for "careless driving, running
According to both men, Evans told can holler at me, anything you want, me.' Mayor Hank Lott! tried to pour stop signs, this that and the other"
: Simmons he was fired Friday night, but don't involve my family," Sim- "Now wait a minute now," Evans water over Tuesday night's fire. He also brought bills for fixing a lock
r' June 4, after their phone feud. But at mons said. "I told him then and I'll countered. "You're not quoting me "I'd like to see some more cooperation and painting the police car.
THURSDAY. June 10 the end of Tuesday night's board say it again, don't call my wife or I'll correctly. I didn't say not to write ," Lott said. "I think I'll agree
BROOKER TOWN MEETING it askedto take action!" with Mr. Evans that don't The town's police car was towed
meeting was Evans who was tickets. I told )'ounol, to turn the town we want to
B PM CITY HAIL step down. Councilman Ted Curtis The conflict between Evans and into a speedtrap is all I said." be listed as no speed trap. But if Mr. away before Tuesday's meeting, witha
f To Dlseu Revision To made a motion, with a second by Simmons continued Tuesday night in Other charges Evans made Tues- Simmons is trying to do his job, let's flat tire and problems with the
Th. Town Charter fellow board member Duane Mitzel, a i loud discussion about the police day were that Simmons is not givingthe work with the man." It-joint, prompting Evans to ask;
.. that co-chairman Ulysses Wood take force that also included councilmanTed town 24-hour protection as the "what kind of guarantee did we get on
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CHAMBER OP COMMERCE TOUR over as head of the meetings from Curtis, and a dozen members of charter says the police departmentmust In other news Tuesday: that car? but Curtis said the vehicle"
I OF FLORIDA HYDROCARBONS now on in place of Evans. the audience, Including Roy Rourke, give, and that he is driving the Mrs. Williamson brought forth an "will be fixed inside of an hour.
"130. 11:44 "OK, you and the marshal can haveit who has said he'll run against EvansIn town police vehicle outside city article published in the St. Petersburg l.'harl4'rIeC'lln.: Set
you run the town anyway," Evans the September election if Evans limits, which is against the charter. Times newspaper that describes! a recent .
FRIDAY. June 11 r said in a huff as he packed up his runs again. Former Hampton council member knifing incident in Hampton with i ne council set Monday, June :21 I. ;i>
f OPEN HOUSE AT briefcase and stomped away from the Curtis and Rourke spoke out Lola Williamson also criticized Sim- quotes from Simmons and calls the first meeting to discuss ir\iii"ming
SUNSHINE ACRES council table. against Evans and in support of Sim- mons for leaving town for 2'a hours Hampton "a good place to get your the old Hampton charter.
1OAMto3PM But Woods was absent Tuesday and mons Tuesday night,'' along with last week with McLeod to bring nose broke." Chairman Evans has pushed to
j Slat Rd. U W. with Evans not calling for a vote there others, while a few other Hampton passengers injured in a car accidentto "What do they worry about us for, UK charter updated mid !iii"iin-\
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Marshall liar
2 Miles from Stark. never was a full-council vote on the residents were critical of the new the Bradford Hospital emergencyroom. we've got a good town," Rourke said. Mary worked on ;i pn"
i 1 loosed new charier. The June :21 I
motion by Curtis. So, whether or not marshal.It Mrs. Williamson\ and others in town
I TUESDAY. Juno 15 Evans or Woods will act as chairman was brought up that Evans and "Why did both of you men have to talked with town attorney Mary Marshall meeting\ will give residents' and ".1111,
cilnian
STARKE COUNCIL next month is still up in the air. Simmons have had disagreementsabout leave town and leave us alone without about what they could do about a chance to discussli.ti. I I
MEETING7PM The phone argument between how the police force should police protection like we've always the negative publicity Hampton is changes should 1 be<< made in lIalllllun's |>

Evans and Simmons came late Friday operate. been?" Mrs. Williamson asked. receiving in major daily papers bylaws I
SATURDAY. June 12 night, the two men said, after "He (Evans) pointed his finger at Simmons answered, "Number one, around the state.Simmons Mrs. Marshall also passed out it
SAINTS FOOTBALL TEAM Evans had tried to reach the marshalat me and said 'don't write any tickets, all police officers try to work proposed resolution which: "oulol l setup 1
BAKE SALE 9 AM 4 PM home and talked to Simmons' wife. and don't order the new radar gun' together. We try to work together and told council that a man guidelines for the hoard in f"I1.\\||
Bradford Square ft Pantry Prld.o "I was trying to find out where the Simmons answered when a member get the job done. There's certain is "about to be arrested" breaking. during meeting! .

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1 Sponetred COMMUNITY CAR WASH by UnltodPentecostal lANK AT '' "'. ;Unfair Competition Charged to Sunshine Acres by Local Lumber Companycan I


Church Crown Central Lumber 'Co., a'' Starke cannot exist with direct com- Acres are paid less and their salary is be worked out. support, self-esteem, and lor work to
0' manufacturer of wood pallets used as' petition from Sunshine Acres, an subsidized by government funds. Sunshine Acres is In compliancewith do, points out Larramore, contacted
KLPOA DIRECTORS. a base to move heavy loads of men'chandise agency supported by funds from the Siding with Jones, Chairman Maxie federal guidelines, says Bob Lar- after the commission meeting.
:.. MEETING 10 AM is getting unfair competition .federal government. Jones said he Carter said he would Favor cutting the ramore, director of the sheltered Without such revenue producing
Public, I.InvIt.dTHURWAY. from Sunshine Acres, the regretted having to bring up the subject $4,000 matching funds the county workshop. Dollars from the countyare programs, the sheltered workshopscould
employment agency of retarded but that the economic conditionof gives Sunshine Acres unless used as matching funds for Sun- not exist, Larramore says.
Juno 17, citizens the Bradford County Commission his firm has made it necessary. something can be worked out. Commissioner shine Acres administration, and do Sunshine Acres manufactures and
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SALAD LUNCHEON 'It AM .1 PM was told Monday June 7. "We can't exist with this kind of E.W. Hodges, who Is on the not go Into salaries paid the 42 clients repairs broken pallets for General
t Mothodlft Fellowship Hall Earl Jones told the commission his competition," said Jones paying the board of directors of Sunshine Acres, who work making pallets. The clients Electric in Gainesville. Crown ,Central -
13 donation, tah.-outa available lumber business on US-301 south of retarded citizens worked for Sunshine agreed to investigate and see what depend on the pallet program for self used to have that business. :

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Charles Francis Named

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Elementary Principal He previously told the Telegraph be
Charles Francis was appointed director lacks only one or two course,and it is
of personnel services and secondary a matter of waiting until those
curriculum and instruction Moo courses are offered. Thomas said he
day night, June 7. by the Bradford plans to get the addtional certificationthis
School Board. summer.
Bradford High assistant principal The appointments of Francis and
: *', Charles Thomas was named to fill the Thomas were delayed a month whenan
h, .. pnncipaLship of Starke Elementary. error was discovered in the title of
Lawtey the new director of personnel,forcingthe
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Charles hall was previously transfer school board to rescind its action.
t ..... ,I red to BHS to replace Thomas and Thomas was then named to the
.( Brooker principalship: and Francis
: 7 ,'\ Brooker Elementary principal Buddy
,t,' Ilit' I\ back to Starke Elementary.
.. Paterson was previously transferredto moved
.; ...i I Lawtey Elementary Supt. Casey said last month he
tiIf'a" The only administrative vacancy is would probably make the same
:,) : t, now at Broker Elementary. Sup. nominations once the title and job
<< Tom Casey said he will advertise the description had been properly written
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.,.wi., ... ? I vacancy for two weeks. and advertised.
'\ Francis came to the Bradford Casey said he wanted to broaden
c school system in the early 50's and the job of personnel director so it will
!I! .' has been a teacher and administratorhere be closer to the job of assistant

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Board member Rodney Hall did not the board has twice refused to
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:"'J. I-.L having the names presented and The school board has been more
,. < & .... being asked to vote in the same amenable to the additional ad-
1 : ; ... meeting. Hall asked for two days to ministrative position this year,
..., 1 ;,: study the recommended appoint- howeverIn
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-, "t t, I "' f "'' 4", ... Hall moved to table both votes, on school board:
.jj. "f )" 11',." "P",_ ,,;,. \ Francis and Thomas but got no se- Was told by Chairman J.T. Par-
I cond. .He then joined in a unanimous small is
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vote on both appointments saying his the Hampton Elementary addition,
motions were for a procedural point. and the job is progressing slowly
Taking a Picture to Remember Friends.. Board member Patricia Spengler Abney CootCo.. is the contractor.
asked if Starke ElementaryboundThomas
AS to nap a few photo 01 hersubalfrirn4cas8tagrade( teacb.rcandthePT.; cakesNitbezpressioasoffarrwelltothe'gnduatingclass.: elementary education. Supt. Casey International Harvester for three new
held an Mitdoor rmAout on the UM day *4 trfcool last week The Sth grade teacher thanked the PTA for presiding fund for making replied Thomas has the certification school buses. It is an unusual move
Stb graders, who me up to the middle Kbool neit >ear. were treated I* the cookout possible, and for pitching in and cooking sertuig. and cleaning required by the school board. When for the buses to be paid for before
grilled barnburners kU7ed up by Neil Crawford with all the trimmings. during event. Mrs. Spengler pushed the point. their arrival, but board members laidit

Casey then admitted Thomas does not to the tight money situation.
have"certification in elementary
education. Approved a list of instructional objectives -
Lawtey Council to Ask Prison SystemFor t t Thomas said he intends to pursue as presented by Curriculum
Coorinator Lucille Payne.
certification in elementary education.,

THE KADfOCO

With Volunteer Fire I COUNTY TfUGIAPH Announcing -
Help Dept. Pubttsb.d.w-T 11wn4eyo
..170 W. .HStr.*t The Piano & Voice Studio of

Stwfco.FtorioottOtlStotto.FlorM Merrie Shoemaker

The Lawtey City Council decided home from a full day on his job The council needed the permissionof s-.4 toss ..... ..
Monday night to ask Correctional sometimes he Just doesn't feel like going the fire department before proceeding pcKtege
Bachelor of Music. Certified Yamaha Music Instructor
stitute Superintendent James Wainwright to the meetings, but I'll tell you with the plan, however, and
for inmate help in order to one thing if a fire springs up and so- 'that was promptly secured when" the Openings for

keep the city's volunteer fire department rneone's house is in danger there 1 1isn't firemen who were present left the ..trMe S.bscriltto..,_: 19.00.-Rtes:p..r "TL Beginning, Intermediate &
office open during daytime one of us that wont' jump and go 'room for an 'emergency meeting"and
.00"lm montht
hours. helD put rail that fire" i: came back to the council meeting =- Advanced Students all ages

The council's action tame after The council then decided at the 'IS minutes later. Ovtttoo**4.or_: S 10.00 p.f,- i a for Piano and Vocal Study
over two hours of discussion betweenthe "We have decided to '
suggestion of Councilman Robert unanimously -
".SO.l.month Lessons June
council and members of the Scott, to ask Superintendent Wainwright *accept this plan." Chief Crouse said. Begin 14

volunteer fire department afterLawtey to arrange for up to three in 9G4-79G4 .
Mayor Martin Rosier told the mates to man he d"partmeni during
council be had "gotten a lot of flack" the dayHulon. -
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from "several I citizens" about the Herndon.a mt'mber.ho\loa! r4-: :; .: l -
operation of the department and the a! the meeting who owns a
'non-cooporation" of Lawtey Fire Harare! in the ci'y limits volunteered
Chief Bill Crou&e.although he gave no to stop by the d'-par'inenf during b*
specifics.. day to check; on the inmates.
"I just think if the city is going toput'money "fmatn1 .garave all Ita)'." he sawl
into the department we If all I have 10 do is jump down the t 3 : ; 7i3s;
ought to"have some say over the way street and check them out every few .. &Lm &&
it's run Rosier said "Now he complaints hours that would be no problem for
I've had concern the !Mt;."n me."
being closed during the day or the Reclinca-Roeker
volunteers chasing down bni'-hfirps La-Z.BO

thay had no business being at, and the Girl Scout
chief. I have nothing personal again : r Father's Day Sale tS
the chief but I'm the elected offv-jl yolr> ::
here and I have to listen to what pet- -
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Chief Crouse had told members of News -

the council at the previous meeting -. -
that he would resign if he was the \1 Eo rdr "

"main problem" but the chief was! r ... iY
defended by most of the volunteers Bradford Neighborhood had their
present including former Chief final meeting for the year at the
Russell Miscally Western Steer with a lerrfic represen- SAVE
"Chief Crouse is a strict man," tation there. The leaders for the year : *
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Miscally said. "Because he knows have done an outstanding job as was ; pi.
what he's doing That department is indicated in the awards presentedthat
in better hands right now than it has night. We will be recognizing the
ON OUR MOST
ever been. If the city wants the clusters during the next few weeks in >
department open we just need a few this scout column. Thank you for a '' POPULAR LAZBOrCHAIRS
more volunteers. Maybe some of job well done leaders and assistant

these people who are complaining so leaders. 'w -
much could spare a few hours of their The tables at the dinner were >

time each week to make the department decorated with ivy and baskets of ,. ...
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even better. yarn daisies! and yellow candies.) r
Chief Crouse's wife. Faye, suggested Each leader and assistant leader ski l
to the council that some of the received a ceramic daisy mug with 4,- :" .aG v, I SOT*on lwortoputcomtoft mosiw.oiuuoemyyY
volunteer's wives who are at home in their name on it and packed full of"goodies" 'l la mooao.nils fsponp.a.nQran
r Checkout ft*btgl Y RcllBa-fioekMcixnil Ka
town during the day could operate the The neighborhood peaW01St Sfi 1wl
equipment in an emergency."If presented Laurie Mullins a large (Tumncmv.BKtlnaBoctor. i t '
the main problem is the department yellow candle with a daisy ring in ap- o r f$439
being closed during the day w hy preciation for the great year she provided ctxmOnly 1t k s 7
in the world don't we use some of as service team manager.
these able-bodied women we have Laurie has served in this office for the f
here in town*" she asked. "I listen to past three )'ears. Gwen Whittington.
that scanner everyday, 24-hours. a Field Director was given
day. They've got women working on 'strawberry items" representing
these type of jobs in Jacksonville and Bradford County in appreciation for
every where ell>.e." all she has done for the neighborhood.Gwen .
Mayor Rosier then suggested that will be leaving us this fall.
inmates from the prison could be stationed Carolyn Eaves was given a Cross pen
on duty during the days. (with her name in appreciation she
"Supervision is the problem serves as Neighborhood Chairman
though' Rosier said "They would Senior Banquet for the Gateway
have to be checked every two hours." Council was a special event this yearas i:
Rosier also suggested that the it was held in the new dining hall at j/i ; .- : -
building be left unlocked in the day soanyone Camp Kateri near Orange Springs.The .
.._ could have access to the beautiful building was dedicated '
equipment during an emergency but May 23 prior to the banquet. Our own r:
"" Chief Crouse said that wouldn't work. Senion Troop 669 presented the program w +
! "We have tned that approach looking very spiffy in their
before as some of here can uniforms. The Senior Seniors were 1 -
remember" Crouse said. "We must. given red roses and recognition, including :

r .have issued ISO keys to the place two. of Troope 669 Pam Pratt \J '-"" ;... La-Z-Boy .'
.' The mayor also asked about the low and Dawn Schoening. The/ have
of HM
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attendance at the fire department been through scouts in Starke and we cttaltt bocaa to Reclina Rocker
i.-; ,. meetings. hope they will continue in leadershiproles. Bocltaa-Bock r* -
"Now know we don't always have Pam had been a great program r cfcair Know only $349
; a full house at those meetings" aide for the Cadettes this year. :, Prices
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Meetings Set 'will be from 10 to 10.30 a.m, on Tuesday t 4st
.' June 15. A special story and activity '"
In BrookerThe are planned for all children between
the ages? of three t to( six.
On Thursday June 17, the librarywill
own( of Brooker will hold a continue Hs "Funtime Summer
6x'ciAl nwting\ (tonight (Juno 10)) al tiJrI( program for children betweenthe
city hall at 8 discuss revisions ages of seven and 12, from 10 to
..'In the town carter 10:45: a.m. Mrs. Carolyn Autry will be
The regular monthly council'mN the guest! \ 'She will demonstrate the t k/l
;'ing has been rescheduled June 22 art of cupcake decorating and then
rat 7'30 The city will accent bids al allow) each child to decorate his or her.
"this lime for the position of Sanitary own cupcake and take it home.
Station kt.t'pt'r. The is four days a Parents, please make note of these
'"'week, and should be bid'on a monthly summertime events on your calen-
":basis. Sealed bids should be submit dars.
'"1(1 before the June 22 cutoff to: Town
-"of Brooker P 0 Box 127
or contact Disabled) Veterans are InvitedTo
'clerk Linda Robinson for
more infor-
":oral inn. Attend DAY MeetingAll
: SE Chorus in' Action...
members and their families of
Pre-school all Disabled Veterans arc invited to The Starke Elementary Chorus presented a program in the Bradford High Third row-Pam Rhoden Donnle Francis Richard LeNeave, Candice
'?? Story Time attend the next meeting of the DAV auditorium Thursday night May 27. Roberts Lisa Varnes. Regina Snell, Gayle Douglas, Adrian Kuhn Chanda
.'.Offered at Library Chapter fit, and Ihe Ladies Auxiliary Wearing their awarded winning T-shirts are ((1-r); Woods, Mark Parado, Teresa Alig. Carl Davis Lisa Adkins Noy Strivubul.
(I'. Blast off Unite 61, on June 10 al 7 p.m. at the First row-Rhonda Alvarez, Tammy Tyler, Pam Thornton, Dana Bowen Scott Duncan, Tyrone Sanders.
'most your child's summer in a Pratt Street Recreation Center, W. Patricia Parado, Shari Cain, Audra Brantley Karen Hodges, Sarah Smith, Back row-Vickie mcFarland. Cassle Brady, Angela Davis Barbara
exciting way at the Bradford Pratt Street, next to the Bradford Lisa Kiveria. Belinda Clark, Becky Bonnett, lIichf'lIt.lurch! Kim Fillyaw, Smith Twanda Tyson, lori Mobley, Kim Dukes, Rickie Whittaker, Shane
County Public Library. County Jail. Kevin Crawford, Jimmy Langley, Mitch Gray, bass guitar player, Kathy Greene, Terri Crawford, Teresa Guthrie, John Loper, Johnny THompson,
,: The first of the summer reading II will consist of a covered dish supper Grlder. Benny Jackson, Russell Thomas, Ron Zurfluh, Scott Binder, Jason
', programs began this. week with a and a joint installation of the new Second row-Suzanne Sapp, Shonna Blom Renee hrwett, Teresa Ilassctt. Crawford Chris Taylor.
::.lusney movie for pre schoolers and a officers for the coming 1982-83 year. Terriccna Kitties, Rachel Tyson Tara DeSue, Katrina McSadilen. Jennifer Band members not pictured-Patti Mullins, Jimmy Brownlee, Lex Green,
:visit dulcimer from for older Pat children.Pattilo and his All the Indies are asked to bring a Korsyth, Marcia Brown, Karen Rowe, Renee Tllomas, Karen Black, Shan- Mike Winstead, Mary Winstead, LaVon ()rlvas,
covered dish non Tucker, Selina norman, Karen Morgan Juhanne Jackson.

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.. By Kh/ulx-lh Terry Mr. and Mrs. J. Green, of Hilliard, Mrs. Cecil Hardec and her grandson -,. aunts, Mrs. Alma Anders, and Mrs Bradford County Telegraph
I'lmne:: 7H2-3il)0: stopped by Friday to visit their grandmother Michael Crapse, of Hinesville, Hester Hicks.
: Mrs OJ Anders. Ga.,are both feeling better after their ENJOY THE IlFUN"JACKSONVIllE
.:;I'JmSU1'I.S: : Weekend guests I of Mr. and Mrs. illness. Our prayers are with both of ('JlUHCIICTI'ITHighland \ : BEACH
A 25th silver wedding anniversary Harold Eunice were their son Phil them. Missionary Baptist AND "SUN"on FLORIDABring
reception honoring Mr, and Mrs. Eunice, ot Lake City, Glenn Morgan, Miss Lula Durham,of Jacksonville, Church had their last of the month i i
Franklin D. Camp (Sonia and Frank) of Slaike, Rev and Mrs. Emory brought her aunt, Mrs. Sallie Hogan, social at the church on Sunday, May
,;l was given by Mr 'and Mrs. Tom Eunice, Darlene and Deron, of also of Jacksonville, to visit her 30. ,
J Tatum, Jr and Mr and Mrs F ugl'nt'Pearbon. Gainesville. Mrs. Ruby Cook, off
.. of Slaike, at the Tatum '>a>tona Beach, and Julius Eunice, of I .
{ 'home on Saturday, May 29. Starke. e e this advertisementwith
CThe anniversary couple were Mrs. Lissie Starling, of Jacksonville .
honored by the presence of approx. spent two weeks with her you for
viiinaU'l/ 38 fiicnd* and datives who daughter Mis. Elsie Norman. She
Special Sunday-to-
Thursday
helped celebrate their cherished 25 then went to her sisters Mrs. Lillie "r COMMUNITYDAY
years. Boree of Middleburg, who is very ill. ; : Rates
The reception table was accented Our prayers are with her. CARE
3-.by a four tier anniversary cake, baked Mr. James Ellison! of Jacksonville these hotels-motels.
: and decorated b)' Mrs. Linda spent Sunday afternoon( with Petty Officer J.tflhl"J.At,
5 Tatum. The top tier of the cake held 1st Class and Mrs. Joe Harris 1080 N. Pine St 964-6794 ., tiif! Reservations
2 an encircled 25th anniversary In- and family.Mr Required
5 signia The three remaining tiers : and Mrs. George Guthall, of Old[ RJE SchOOll! I _
? were enhanced by two miniature anniversary Baltimore Md, spent\ from Thursday We Have Immediate Openings For Chldren I' Golden Sands
| dolls pink flowers, wed- until Tuesday with their mother, Mrs. Between the Ages of 2 and 7 -
; ding bands, silver bells, and silvery Ito&sie Reddish. ((904) 249-4371
leaves. Mr. and Mrs. !Ben McCully went to We, Provide Breakfast, Lunch and After- Howard Johnson'a on the
; Green ferns surrounded a Athens, Tenn to visit their mother noon Snack in our Own Cafeteria.Our Ocean ((904)) 249.3711
J candlabra arrangement of flowers of Mrs. Sam Lamb and other relativeslast Ti' fl Holiday Inn Retort
; white daisies, ,pink carnations andbaby's week. Activities Include Story Telling, Nature ((904)) 249.9071
: breath Deepest sympathy of the community Walks, Films, Books, Outside Play, Songs and A Sea Ranch Motel
: Many beautiful gilts were received t is extended lo the Francisco Jam- Morel!
J and the inemoris of this lovely evens boa and Fishburn families because of .1 'r ((904)) 249.977K
ing will be cherished by the honored the death of their stepfather and hus- Low Weekly Fee is Based on your income Sea Turtle Inn
=-couple. band, on May 28. and Family Size. ((904)) 249.7402
Mr and Mrs. Willie Green went to Henry Hodges and Miss Sheila MAXIMUM Of 525.00 for 1 Child, $37,50 for 2, Sheraton Resort
the army base at Fort Stewart Ga., Wilkerson, attended the stock car $47.50 for 3 ((904)249-7231)
on business last Friday. races at Lake City on Saturday night. Whaba Sand 'n' Sea
We are happy to learn that Mrs. Mr and Mrs. N.J. Strickland, of Call or Stop by for Further information.All ((904)) 246.2K30'l
Clara Cummmgs, of Wilmington, Tampa, spent Saturday afternoon Races and Religions Welcomes -
NJp.::isft'r.. t"Mrb. Opal LewiS was 'with \their aunt; Mrs. O.J. Anders: -

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,Mr and Mrs. Charles R Rentiers C6tp
and family, of Summerfield S.C.and
their. grandmother, Mrs. O.J ee
Bo>etle, Sr., of Lake City, spent the
weekend with her son and daughter- ,
In-law, Mr and Mrs. O.J Bojettc, DRAWDY
Jr., to be with their granddaughter
Miss Angela Bo>cite, for her graduation $2..8r
on .'rldayl\1ay 28 at the stadium 9 db 6IJ 1i( ffiJ @ lulJll
Mr;and Mrs. Hay Hosier were Sun-
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.. Volunteer, Fireman Had Troubles Wi Equipment: :the< :',;: Jhe? Old. Days, Too

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If IJfMford'' County volunteer So after some further delay i : .. Jr.; .:. ."j't-Ij.\\1\V' !h'"i"(.n !..j"r ; \:, .' ]Monday afternoon SAL (Seaboard
fircmctr think they have problems today more profanity, it was decided<< : ,, +. n f4' r"H 'f"l Air Line) Roadmoaster S.A. Bryan i
pit-haps they won't feel so bad journ until morning, since I :; 1:; ;, '\ II:I boarded his railway motor car and
after reading the following "comedyof building had already burned rode majestically to the southward
crru8" occasioned by a fire at and darkness placed the firemen through Starke, accompanied by his
Hampton la October 1913.Apparently great a disadvantage.! colored. assistant. :
everything that could Promptly at 7:30 Tuesday The captain was in a hurry to reach
go wrong did -- at least according to the firemen reconvened<< and duty Hampton before the arrival there of
the fallowing( report in The .. resumed. The reducer was No.4.. but lo, and behold, when he
Telegraph' \: located and the apparatus ) reached the latitude of the ice factory
the city hall. The firemen now (then owned by Will Wall) the little
KIKE: AT HAMPTON the next call to fight the motor car became enveloped in
CAUSES CUSSIN' destroyer." flames.
At about 9 o'clock Monday night the Teleir nh. Oct. 17, The occupants thrashed the fire :
home of P.H. Jones was destroyed by frantically with red and green flags, :
fire. We arc advised that the loss is FIRE ENDANGERS but this only fanned the flames to :
partly covered by insurance. NEWSPAPER: OFFICE grater heights. By the time they [
When the alarm was sounded, the Another notable fire took I reached the Call Street crossing they
fire department responded immediately about two weeks after the stopped the car and jumped to the
with 400 feet of hose, debacle -- this time in Starke, ground with such speed as they were !
nozzles, couplings, etc., but on attempting with the same devastating S capable of. The wood work of the car
to couple to a fire hydrant the Hampton holocaust. ; f continued to burn up as if nothing had .i;
they discovered, to their amazement, Telegraph almost didn't have a happened. ''...** I,
that the services of a wrench was re- ting plant left, but did k It seems that a can full of gasolinehad 3* ;
quired. report the following account in { Form 10 been standing near a fast- -;
After some delay and some profanity Oct. 21, 1913 issue: ---=---- revolving wheel, and it was conjectured is
a wrench was finally forthcoming. The New Central Hotel on West fire destroyed half a block of but one that accured on the railroad that the wheel rubbed against *$3
The nozzle was attached to the hose, Street, the property of Mrs. buildings a couple of years tracks here in 1919,might offer a little the can and friction had produced, '': a
and all was in readienss to atack the Johns was burned to the ground 'This time The Telegraph comic relief to the other near- heat sufficient to set the gasoline on v. : af
flames when imagine the astonish (Friday) morning all o'clock. fire. ,"v3,
was also endangered but was tragedies. It concerns Capt. S.A. :J
ment and disgust of our lionheartedfirl.'ml.'n The house was unoccupied, by "the splendid work" of the (Sam) Bryan, a longtime Seaboard"roadmaster" '. $
it was discovered the by Hill Adams, who was ::1>: ;
( ) Fire Department, and other who used to ride up \:
reducer used to connect the hose to one of the rooms, and the fire was sel"r '
and down
departments which assisted in the line In a little railroad \3
the fire plug had been loaned to someone discovered until the whole the flames that could have "hand car" motivated by a gasoline Editor's( note: This apparently i[
who had forgotten to return it. was in flames. (' the entire Call Street engine. On this particular day, Capt. was one fire that the Starke departa
The Chief scratched his head and The fire burned rapidly and district.) ment did not attend, but Capt. Bryan g
thought and thought, as the flames hous was soon a mass of ruins. and and his "Chariot of Fire" provided an v:
rose higher and higher, but memory time, all surrounding property : Bryan his trusty black assistantwere entertaining hour for the merchantsand .
played him false he simply could gravely threatened, but the BRYAN'S also motivated by gas, and customers clustered around the -
..\\ CHARIOT thereby hangs this story in a July 1919
not remember who had borrowed the work of the fire department Call Street railroad crossing. "
reducer spread of the flames. 1 There is nothing funny about a fire issue of The Telegraph:




I Sunshine Acres Director Competition Charge Made by Lumber Co. I


Dear Editor.The we can serve the 42 retarded determined by complying with public to come and visit our programs ;,2
Bradford Association for who have no other program to I federal regulations which we do. No to see for themselves the worthwhile *
Retarded Citizens and Board of which offer the opportunity they grant money is used directly on the goals we are accomplishing for the
Directors is concerned about the recent -at Sunshine Acres. work program. I feel we have a problem handicapped citizens being served at ,
article in the Gainesville Sun S'condithe; ?: U S.MAIL with people understanding the Sunshine Acres. ,ft/
alledging Sunshine Acres is competing (retarded) "need regulations and scope of a programlike Thank You, >.>
unfairly with private industry indicates a rather ours and I hope a visit to open Sincerely, I.
in regard to the assumptions of Mr. titude towards the ( house will help. Robert Larimer
Jones of the Crown Central Lumber that they would We are having an open house for the Executive Director v
Company. anything just to be BARC :f:
We also take exception to the statement attitude where once
that "we shouldn't be in com- retarded at one time An Open Letter. .;
petition with private enterprise" ed in large '. '1
because there is local, state and not to be seen.<< The
federal funds provided for the pro- thai our clients use (' well slated regulations which To The People of LakeLast
Kingsley
gram. radial arm saws, followed to the letter by our pro- ,
The fact is this: Sunshines Acres is hammer and nails, But you must understand that
sheltered workshop is supposed Saturday, while coming back sheritt deputies; and numerous area ;
responsible for coming up with over to 350 pallets on
11,000.00 this in matching funds trailer. They not have contracts such as our pallet from a 4-H Horse SHow in Jacksonpeople helping..... ;;
to enable us to year qualify for the grant so "busy" they need to enable a program to pay ville, our horse trailer turned over at Being in a daze and not gettinganyone's I
clients! as well as help in meeting the intersection of Highway 230 and name, I wanted to thank
many finacial needs of the pro- 16. The help from the people in this each and everyone of you, and I 9
which grants alone do not area was overwhelming. (Living in thought this would be the only way. If
. L Gainesville, I had forgotten that people it were not for you people, my girls
How do we find the $11,000.00 for still care.) would have had two dead horses. But,
; : :', "' \ \ funds, how do( we pay 42 A carload ot young men and women because of you, the horses only have ;
J''D', ,I 0"0 "I" each week, how do we improve were the first to slop, and stayed with some cuts and bruises
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,I' .'; '\. \ '" .." ', : facility and program without us the entire time. They helped get We thank all ot you,with our hearts.
contracts?? All ongoing out the horses that Signed Cecilia Sumner, Susan ,
( pro- were trapped,
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similiar to which
ours are suc- helped calm us down, and went for Sumner,
in Florida as well as in every more help. Within five to ten minutes and Mary Hill,
j state, compete fairly and this is we had ambulances, a fire truck, Gainesville Fla.cr6a't ., :j

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Exuberantly tossing their hats into the air '\
and rushing off to party, the excited County Agents By '. '

graduates were hardly thinking what the ,
future holds, but they will have to take pause Notebook BobbyTaylor t :

for that sooner or later. ,


Reaching the first major goal of their livesis .- .

indeed, a milestone for the 1982 Bradford By Bobby L. Tayor We do have one commercial grower Not many vegetable brokers or consumers -. '
High graduates. They enter a more difficult County Extension Agent this year Wainwright Farms is now would buy the corn if it had an
world than any of us have faced harvesting almost 1 SO acres of the earworm, or even damage from the nt
Crops and gardens are looking good newer variety "Staysweet" that is be-
Word earworm. To control this pest, a
for
perhaps those who graduated into since we got the rain a couple of ing packed and shipped to southern grower must spray a pesticide once
Wars I and II. ago. Pastures are green and and northern markets. Yield and per week until the corri-siIksiaodJ\

It is time when and some hay is being quality on this corn is very good proving every 24 to 48 hatvsiwhilpjthajcorn\ \ Is
a high interest rates makeit r
without being wet from cut- once again that we can grow produce in silk.
all but impossible for a young couple to to baling.We in Bradford County that will sell -')h), 'J ortTAnolherimportant
own a home. It takes two salaries just to live are in the middle of vegetable and compete with any other area in consideration tssil
from week to week. and yield and quality are the south. irrigation. Ample .moislurflt Ut-.uL
good. Sweet corn is just now There are a lot more considerationsin nccCsary.when theicorn ear ip lilting-y*
Nuclear disaster is hovering over the in volume and is available growing corn than there is for the out, or.Rialuring.-Again, cvriLwUl! notr
1980's a more serious challenge now than several sources. small grower for a local market. You sell on a commercial scale if it is DOt (lq
ever before since the number of nations We have several farmers who grow must follow a good fertilization program filled out properly gf.lulijT' ad UJw
better.'O small patch of sweet corn. Much of plant proper varieties and
capable of atomic warfare is growing, increasing is sold from the back of a pick-up, control insects, diseases and w ,e ds Even thougn there are these re-
the chance. stands, local vegetable The biggest pest' Is thel cdh"bud- quirements that need to be met for
and olher local outlets. Il is a worm and corn earworm>:saaiq 1
Jobs are more at $1 to $1,50pe r dozen for same worm called a different thing think we have thejaiulrcapapjlity q ndg
scarce more people are out
eating on or off the cob, or for according to when and where he Is on know how to be successful l "wiunnls"crop.
of work, than at any time since the Great freezer. the plant. He attacks the bud of the hope the Wainwright eropUhi&A'

Depression.The Putting up corn is a lot of work, but corn plant and can stop growth or injure year will be the beginning of'a com-"!>}
worth the effort when you open a the tassel thai would hurt pollination eback' for sweet corn. 1in'l i ''Bradford.
,
federal Social Security system faces this winter. of the corn. County. ir.b/

its greatest challenge in the coming years I.h'!. )1

the with benefits the largest and number with benefits of people greatly drawing increased Birth Expectations Child Care Survey Scheduled'' for"StarkeU:1II( : : T I


over the years. Funding the system !II. How many children do married unemployment conducted nationwide results are used only to compile
expect to have within the next by the Bureau of the U.S. Departmentof statistical totals. =>
years? Will they average the Labor. The Interviewer who will visit.
as in the recent past? Households in this area are part of households. in this area is Mrs.Norma
Answers to these questions will help the smple of 71,000 across the country Foray. '
Needed A the future growth and com- (scientifically selected to represent a "j 11
I. of the nation's population, cross section of all U.S. households. Need Piano? :". '{
vital to planners both in govern- Results of this monthly survey provide a
and private business. a continuing measure of The First United Methodist Church" -
Last week we received a clipping in the Forrest P. Cawley, Jr., Director of economic conditions in the Nation. in Starke has several used pianos it Is '
mail from "The Yuma" (Arizona) Daily Bureau's Regional Office in Atlan The April survey indicated that of the taking bids on. '' :?
Sun. On the margin of the clipping was a announced today that information 109.6 million men and women in the The pianos include both spinet and. a
handwritten child care, number of children,and civilian labor force, 99.3 million were uprights no longer needed by the'
w note: Wouldn't it be nice if expectations of American employed. The nation's unemployment church but which would make good "'t I
Starke and Bradford County had a litter en- will be collected during rate was 9.4 percent, the highest practice pianos. > : A
forcement officer? of June 14.19, 1982, from a recoreded in the post-World War II Money raised from the sale of the' c
t6 of households in the area. pianos will be used to buy new robes' '1
era.Information
The clipping carried this warning for The questions are in addition to supplied by individuals for the Chancel Choir. hf
readers: usually asked in the monthly participating in the survey is kept Come by the church office to see the )
on employment and strictly confidential bv law and the ""
pianos and enter a bid.. V
.,: Tossing away a book matches? Casually .,., -
dropping a newspaper on the street? 'I
"Common tense'is the shortest line between two points." Ralph Waldo Emerson ;1:
Look out litterbugs. A crusader for civic

,, cleanliness, D'Arcy Lariosa is sweeping .
through the town, armed with a citation .
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book and the authority to issue $50 fines for ,ARID, t\MAIJf'OHO' C .,.. ... df" ;-

?. 16-hour work sentences for those who disregard its' 0 H
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he is an understanding officer who seldom ,
cites anyone who will clean up his own j :
mess He told 4770x BOB G. FERGUSON: =JOHNM.'MILCER '!
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: assembly, "Hey, it's really neat to be clean I Publishers > .. "I'
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z-; r :,""r.{ ''r"of Fellowship Hall of the Starke elephants and clowns were placed Eady Keene,

"" "P."t" Church of God was the setting of a down the length of the tables. Helium Dwayne CarltonTo
". banquet in honor of the church balloons centered the tables. Flying
t. WJ. '. graduating seniors last Saturday trapeze, tight rope walker and a net Wed July 17
night full of balloons were hung from the Mr and Mrs. Esker Keene of
The circus theme "In the Big ceiling. llillurd announce the forthcoming
Time" was carried out in the decora- Ringmaster Farelon McClellan marriage of their daughter Eady to
tions. Each window was decorated as narrated the program. Entertain- r/waynerarlton, son of Mr. and Mrs.
cages with posters of circus animalsin ment was provided by Marty (the( Robert I Carlton of Starke.
each. The wall behind the head magnificent) Rhoden and Brenda Eady is a 1979 graduate of Hilliard
't table was decorated with a huge cir- May, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKinneysang High School. Dwayne is a 1979
: cus wagon holding the portraits of the "The Clown" and guest speakerwas graduate of Bradford High School.
seniors- accented in each corner with Rev. Ron Zimmer of Lake City. The wedding will be held at the Pine
huge balloons. Ralph Martin presented bibles to Level Baptist Church, Saturday, July
The head table was shaped in a U each of the seniors Little clownettes 17, at 7 p.m. Pastor Roman Alvarez
-. x and was covered with a circus cloth passed out programs and greeted the
-""" l ":- '-"xw t ,"a _, ."!II!I will perform the ceremony.
Mae Francis Jenkins plans to devote more time to her centered with a small circus side guests. They were Barbara Smith, A reception will follow at the homeof
Helen| Johns holds up the watch given her by friends, at show. Circus Teressa Bassett Shana
gardening now that she's retired after 40 years at Starke elephants were placedon Schmitt, Mr and Mrs. Harry Melton of
starke Elementary at last week's retirement party at the two side tables and helium Esther Martin and Andra Brantley.
Elementary School and faculty at the school gave her a the starke Golf & Sampson City sister of the bride.
wheelbarrow and rake. Country Club balloons with their names imprinted Clown servers for I he occasion were All friends and relatives are invitedto
Here she thanks the that gathered at the Mrs. Johns, with her husband John D. at left, retired marked the seating arrangement. Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Kirkland, Jr, Mr. attend,
group counafter 3911 i years In the Bradford County school system. The long T-shaped tables were and Mrs Joe White, Mr. and Mrs. SJ
club while
school his
Tom and
try superintendent
Casey
wife Barbara listen. "Most of all I'll, miss all, of my good, good friends at covered with white cloths and circus O'Stcen, Mr. and Mrs Charles Old You Know
Sta,'ke Elementary." Mrs. Johns said. Schmitt and Royce Jo>ner,
Rev Walter Montz pastor gave fttt-vi Futch was in Tallahassee on
BMS and Starke Elem Schools Hold Retirement LuncheonsTwo Melton Family ReunionTo the benediction at the close of a lovely' business last Thursday and Fridayand
Be Held June 13 evening of fun and fellowship for the in Atlanta visiting college friends
until
80 guests. Monday

retirement luncheons were The Bradford Middle School had The second annual Melton Family --_..__._._------- .
held Monday honoring the retirementof their retirement luncheon Monday at Reunion will be held on June 13, at
Millie Hardin, Mae Francis uNsa the Goldhead Branch State park in
Westen Steer Steak House with HAMPTON BAPTIST ACADEMY
Jenkins,and Helen Johns. approximately 60 attending. Keystone Heights.Relatives .
The Starke Golf and Club and friends
Country of former
Millie Hardin been
who has
was the setting for the Starke librarian for the Middle School 12 William and Isabell Melton of Waldoare P.O. Box 181 Hwy 18
Elementary School retirement lun- cordially invited to attend.
honored
:years, was upon her retire-
cheon. The tables were decoratedwith ment and was presented with a silver Lunch is planned for 12 noon. For
roses, daisies and fern. At each j. tray and orchid corsage from prin- further information call Carolyn CHRIST
gV BIBLE
place setting were purple butterfly cipal Dewey McKinney. Melton Slater, 468-2920. nor

programs. Mrs. Hardin, who was a member of CENTEREDGOD \% BASED
Helen Johns, has put in 39.56 years the Starke Garden Club years ago, 4
teaching, all in Bradford County except plans to work with her flowers and Epperson Family
the first four years, two in Union landscaping around her home and doa SPIRITUAL
County and two in Wakulla County little Reunion June 19
She was presented a watch during the traveling. 1. Training tomorrows Christian leaders today.
The long dining tables were All descendants of the
of Epperson 2. Teaching people to see life from God's of .
luncheon as a memento the occa- with of young point view
family invited
highlighted arrangements are to attend the
annual
sion. She was a kindergarten teacherin roses for the occasion. family reunion to be held Saturday 3. Establishing the principles of godly living within their hearts and

Starke Elementary. June 19, at 12 noon in the mind.
Miss Mae Francis Jenkins, third Fellowship Hall of the Methodist 4. Offering a complete Christian education program with the
grade teacher at Starke Elementary Linda Gail Church in Lake Butler. individual in mind
has retired after 40 years in BradfordC.ounty. Manning, is 5. Limited to Christian
Everyone to bring a covered dish opening qualified young people.
She and Joel Ellis
gardening
enjoys "And all the children shall be taught of tne Lord and
; great
working in her church with bible Millie Hardin. Middle School
To Wed June 18 shall be the of children." Isa.
schools and other youth functions. She Librarian peace thy 5413A :

was presented with a wheelbarrowand Linda Gail Manning, daughter of Thomas Reunion The
of
garden tools to assist her in her Deanna W. Tetstone of Brooker and Planned June 20 Ministry
gardening hobby. Following each retirement presentation James Manning, Sr. of Gainesvilleand
Charles Francis, principal was a musical program was Joel Ellis, son of Mr. and Mrs The Thomas Reunion will be held Hampton Baptist ChurchDavid
presented by Cnarlene and Beth June 20 at Beulah Baptist Church witha
presented with a shirt and numerous Jerrell Ellis of Worthington Springswill
Francis Lex Green, Lavon Drivas basket lunch beginning at 1 R. MacDonald Pastor
comic gifts for his outstanding leader- be united in marriage Friday, p.m.
" ship in the past years. and Sylvia Reddish. June 18, at 7:30: p.m. at Brooker Bapjlist.Church Everyone is invited. 468.2104 or 4681930HERE'S

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The bride-elect is a 1981 graduate of
Miss Tammy Denton Bradford High School. Mr. Ellis
Glen GnannTo graduated from Union County High
School.
Wed SaturdayThe All friends and relatives are invitedto

wedding of Miss Tammy Den- attend.
ton and Glen Gnann will be an eventof ONE NEW
Saturday, June 12, at 2 p.m. at the
Grace Methodist Church in Lawtey Sherill Austin,

with a friends reception and following.All relatives.are invitedto James Glover, III!

attend., i To Wed June 19
WAY YOUR PHONE
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Will: "ifcl} ., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Austin, Sr. of
Methodist.WomenTd A Lawtey announce the engagementand

J HdVb1 Lbrlcheon, to '* '' daughter approaching, Sherill marriage Evon, to of James their

Glover, III, son of Mr. and
Mrs.
The United Methodist Women will James CAN GET YOU
have n 811 Isaladnlonoheon Thursday; Glover, Jr. of W irsdale.
The wedding will take
June
place 19
June m'ifrom>tl>\a, :;tot p.m.'in the> at 4 Macedonia
Fellowship HalkilXxiaUons will be$2.. Church Freewill Bap-
The luncheon,.wilt.Include:a'salad'' tist in Lawtey.All .
plate lea 'and.' crackers. Takeoutswill relatives and friends are invited
be; available. to attend the wedding and reception. OFF THE HOOK.

Ophelia. Bright
-9, 9d9rI :)Iii .,",rfl .U, I. Linda Mae Salazar.
iol torn 9d ot tV r+i h dJnqm ',iUI p. Oph> lla:Bright, John C. Lee
Etsp orsoniFamlly! .
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R" J'1'p' >;>Q' 'JJ'l 9'A ", Nathan Wed'Jlily l Mines'To 2 To Mrs.Wed Dorothy June Salazar 25 announcesthe Call Waiting is like In addition to Call Waiting,

AILId( seendantal: ,of the Eppe'rsonfamily..are Rev.and Mrs.D.L.Bright cordially approaching wedding of her having two lines and here'sve're introducing three other
)invited to attend the annual ,
Linda Mae, to John Covess
invite all friends, relatives and daughter
day, family June ;19 reunion, at 12 to.noon be held in Satur-the' former co-workers to attend the mar Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Robert E. why: If you're on the phone helpful Custom Calling Services,

Fellowship Hall of the Methodist riage ceremony of their daughter, Lee of Lawtey. and else is to too Call
Ophelia, to Nathan Hines, son of Mrs. The wedding will take place Friday, someone trying : Forwarding, Speed
Church in Lake
Butler Ida Mae Carter of Brunswick, Ga. on .June 25, at 7 p.m. in the First and
short
reach l hear Calling
Everyone is to bring a coverd: dish. Friday, July 2, at 7:30: p.m. Presbyterian Church, Starke, with a you, you a Three-Way Calling.

The wedding will take place on the reception following in the church tone signal. They'll put the most up-to-
lawn of the home of Rev. and Mrs. fellowship hall.
W.T. WeeksU.D.C.Holds Sylvester D. Bright, Jr. in Lawtey. All friends and relatives are invitedto By briefly depressing the date telephoning advantages

LuncheonThe I yo formal invitations- will be sent. -: attend.- ." receiver hook, you can have right at your fingertips, and the

W.T. Weeks chapter U.D.C. original call "hold on"while monthly cost is surprisingly low
met at the Kingsley Lake home of your
KEYSTONE
Mrs. WB.. Mundy on Wednesday, HEIGHTS answer new So be sure to call
June 2, for a covered dish luncheonand you your your
final meeting until October. CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC call-so you' l never have to Continental business office
President Mrs. Herbert Thomas ,
conducted a business meeting' and an- worry about missing an importoday for details or visit your

nual reports were given. I I tant call because local Phone Fair.Continental
The buffet table was covered with a or emergency
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linen cloth and centered with an CHIROPRACTIC CARE
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arrangement of day lilies. Day lilies you were on Telephone
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for the 20 members and guests. Four .
of the E..Finegan
members Joseph BACK PAIN SKjrjgSJS WHIPLASH
chapter, U.DC of Keystone Heightswere I
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among the guests. c
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Hostesses with Mrs. Mundy were .
Mrs. Charley. Johns and Mrs. Guy SHOULDER PAIN W/ IN ARMS OR HANDS >.
Sale. HEADACHES /jj| ON THE JOB INJURIES Hello > ,
Dinner early Saturday evening ,Sue Saturday night
(MIGRAINE.) WORKERS COMP Sounds fine Freda! This is Tony. Oh rdlo/etoTbny.( ..
Oh-r M got t another rail waiting, How about a movie as long as it is.
.Mrs.,Johnny Hobbs PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS just hold on.., Saturday night? a late show. .

I Shower HonoreeMrs.

{ Johnny Hobbs was com MOST INSURANCE PLANS PAY t 7 / .

Alimented at a stork shower Monday CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES WHICH ARE ACCEPTED 1.1 (
night given by Mrs. Ben Moxley* Mrs.; ,, .
Gene Melvin Mrs. David Smith and ,"Th Doctor Of Tomorrow Will Give No Medicine,.
Mrs. Ted Oglesby at the home' of tM. ,.' But Will Interest His Patients In The Can Of The Human : /.Q
latter on Bessent Road. Frame In'Diet And In The Cause & Prevention Of Disease" C ( e//o
prizes and
I Games wifhj '. T.ED/.SOJV
refreshments were enjoyed by the 30 I. )

guests( during the party hours. An arrngcment 24 Hour, Emergency Answering Service I t $j CVC7/-} "
fit roses) graced the coffee- I : )
table in the living room. \. Monday thru Friday 8:30 to 6 Saturday 9 to 2 / ; :
i Among those attending were the < ,
honoree s mother, Mrs. Tom Casey, ) : 473-3604 .
of OH W.C. EATON
grandmother,' Mrs. Mary Moore
.DR. LOUNm EATON
Lwwtcy-and mother-in-law Mrs.'J.R.-" HWY. 21 N. 0CTM-106
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UMW Entertain s Local Residents j

iJ Chitty Sisters Graduating SeniorsThe Enjoy Fair Tour '
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j ; Dinner. Honorees United Methodist Women of the .t.trk .tt Thirty-three local residents boarded -
\I "'$'andra 1I Louise and Karen Joan First United Methodist Church of a chartered bus early last Thurs-

Y ,CYiitty wore honored. by their mother Starke honored their graduating day morning for a four day conductedtour
j and brother, Mrs. Joan Chitty and seniors at a dinner in the Holiday Inn of the World's Fair in Knoxvllle,
! ''Hftidy Chitty of Jacksonville, with a following church June 6. Tenn.
I family dinner last Friday, before The BHS students were recognized The group caught the bus at Brad-
graduation exercises of the BUS Class during the morning service, and each ford Square at 6 a.m.Thursday morn-
I\ u S + graduate was given a book"After the Ing and arrived at the Sheraton Hotein \
*' "Inerwas\ served buffet style. The Tassel Is Moved". Gatlinburg, Tenn. at 7:30 p.m. that
\ guests were seated at tables in the Attending the dinner were Debra evening. They toured the Fair Friday
I dining rpom and the family room of 17 Johns, Lynn Loper, Vickie Carver, and Saturday and left Sunday morn-
i the Chitty home on Searing Street Scott Polk, Chuck Williams John ing for the Smokey Mountains, and
The dining, table was centered with Thompson, Rev. and Mrs Warren l f, Cherokee, N.C. and arrived home
I a large cake decorated with a red Langer and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sunday at midnight.
I mor orboard and diploma and Carver. Taking the tour were: Mr. and Mrs.
i "Congratulations Sandra & Karen," The dining table was covered in awhile Johnny Hobbs, Mr. and Mrs. Al
placed on a large silver tray. The linen cloth centered with an arrangement Crosby, Mr. and Mrs Merrill Dees,
'''I cake was flanked with each girls red t of daisies mums, snap- Mrs. Sarah Mabel Sanders, Cheryl
graduating mortorboard cap placedon '" I Iwr dragons and fern (donated by Bill Godwin, Mrs. Jim B. Godwin, Mrs.
individual silver stands, and large Wilson in honor of the graduates). Hazel Richards, Mrs. Flossie
helium filled balloons with their name Place cards were cross-stitched -Deborah curtner- Prescott, Mr. and Mrs. James Hulce,
and 1982 written on the balloons, tiedto ,, framed in red rings, made by Mrs. R. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Faber, Mr. and
the base of the silver stand. Follow- S. Mullins, Mrs. Bill Adams, and Mrs. Deborah Curtner, Mrs. Louin Redding, Mrs. Mary
ing dinner, the guests and hosts attended Bobby Ferguson. Michael Meng Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rink, Mrs:'
the graduation exercises at Mildred Bellizzi, Mrs. Etta Fag
To Wed June 17
the BHS stadium. Thornton, Mrs. James Blackshear
Out-of-town guests included great- Women of the Moose Deborah Elaine Curtner, daughterof Mrs. John Griffin, Miss Lillian
aunts and great-uncles of the Hold Mrs. Joyce Curtner of Tampa and Stump, Mrs. W.H. Thomson, Mrs.
honorees' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tenly, --- Installation Joseph R. Curtner of Starke and One Wiggins, Mrs. Thelma Jennings,
and Mr and Mrs. Adolph Peters of The Women of the Moose held their Michael William Meng, son of Mr. Mrs. Carolyn Redgraves and Mrs.
Gainesville; and Rev. and Mrs. Hugh Miss Minnie Hits 100 in Grand Style... installation of new officers for 1982-83 and Mrs. Paul Meng of Hampton J.D. Seymour, all of Starke; Mrs;
Walters of Lake City. on Saturday, June 5, at the Lodge Lake will be united in marriage June Geneva H. Roberts and Mrs. Beulah
A very alert and appealing Mrs. Minnie Mariconny celebrated her 100th birthday Hall. 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the Orange Blossom Moody of Lake Butler and Mr. and!
at the Starke Nursing Home surrounded by family and friends, and being The installation was preceeded by a Wedding Chapel, 11523 Highway 92 Mrs. James R. Chasteen of Keystone
Miss Susan Sapp interviewed by Channel 20 TV from Gainesville. delicious dinner served by the men of East, Seffner, Fla. Heights. _'
Graduation Amid the confusion of some 25 guests, nursing home employees and the 49 the lodge.
Party residents, Miss Minnie answered questions about life in the old days. New officers are: Junior Graduate
Honoree May 29 "When," she wanted to know,when told she'd be on TV. Miss Minnie's party Regent-Maxine Kallos; Senior Did You Know........... Did You Know..,.. "

Miss Susan Sapp was honored at a was televised on TV-20's news Friday night, June 4. Regent-Eva B. Me Even; Junior Mrs. Cindy Hardee and daugher,
I dinner and swim party May 29 at the Miss Minnie is the mother of Mrs.Natalie Thornton of Starke and the grand- Regent-Sharon Eiland; Chaplin- Mr. and Mrs. Charles McQuaig of Chris of Leesburg, spent the weekend

Kingsley Lake home of Mrs. W.B. mother of Donnie Thornton at Kingsley Lake. Margaret Johnson; Treasurer-Kate Waycross, Ga. spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.Frank.
Mundy. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Carl On June 4, 1882, Minnie Alma Thigpen was born in Waldo, one of eight Perry; Argus-Eva Borror; Sentinal- with her mother, Mrs. Mack Mitchell. '
children of Caleb and Alice Thigpen. Minnie attended school in Waldo and Bowen Guide-Dawn Crews
Sapp, Mrs. Victor Griffis and Mrs. Ruby ; ; Williams. The family was joined during -
,t Guy Sale. worked many years as a clerk-bookkeeper. During the Depression she workedfor Ass't. Guide-Doris Templin. Also In- the weekend by Mrs. Ann Godwin Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Hazen of
The honoree's table was centered the Housekeeping Aid Program,teaching furniture and drapery making to stalled were chairmen Betty Warren, and family of Gainesville. Gainesville were Sunday visitors of

with a graduation doll, a gift from her housewives. Mary Foster, Rosemarie Thien and Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen. :
aunt Mrs. Mundy,which was given to Minnie raised three children and two step-children. She has 12 grand- Norma Walmsby. The installing of-
memento of the occasion. children, 25 great-grandchildren, and two greatgreatgrandchildren.Minnie ficers were members of the -
Susan as a
: The buffet table and three dining enjoyed crocheting, sewing, gardening and fishing, although these Gainesville chapter.On REMEMBER
tables were centered with ar- were part of ther daily chores. Miss Minnie believes strongly in clean, productive Sunday, June 6, the Loyal Orderof FATHER'S
rangements of spring flowers. living, of which she is a glowing example with her beautiful smiling faceat the Moose had a family cookout at IIFIIEAGLEI JUNE fAY

Susan also received graduation 100 years/ the Lodge.

gifts from her family during the early on saTnuradeY,
were invited to at- Agnes Parrish,
guests
tend Eighteen and those from out-of-town were Charles L. Dinkins Did You Know........... WednesdaYSaturdeY

Mrs. Charles Bostick and Clifford Married June 6 Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Norman of

Matthews! of Gainesville. and Mrs. Edward Douglas I of Tallahassee were Saturday Russell sage
Mr.
BIRTHSJennifer: day guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Starke announce the marriage of
Norman.
their daughter, Agnes Parrish to
Dorothy Salazar, Charles L. Dinkins, also of Starke.
Judy Becker The wedding took place at the home Mrs. Ed Green was admitted to
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Stallings in Alachua General Hospital last Friday
Present Recital Italm Rutland Gainesville on Sunday, June 6, at 3 for observation and treatment.
Dorothy Winter Salazar, school of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rutland of p.m in the presence of family andfrit'nds. 150
Winter Park the birth of
announce a .
dance and Judy Becker, piano
students presented a recital on May daughter, Jennifer Rahn, born June 3.
School. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and
at Southside Elementary
29 Mrs. T.B. Rahn, of Starke. t PRICE
Ballet, acrobatic and tap were SUNSENSORSUNGLASSES
presented by: Athena Baker, Amy !" /i
Griffis, Sarah Groves, Karla Harper, "Corning Lens" Latest I t
Jenny Honn, Monica Nichols, Heather Bobbie Faye Chaff, Save now fashions In metal t
Shannon Safer Stephanie RfnrnIk6QM and plastic Il
Safer ,
Thomas BlackshearTo frames Styles for
Sellers, Wendy Thornton, Dana Warren men and women. ,
Micki Becker, Renee Hewett and Wed June 26 on cooling energy r 1\\ 1//

Sarah Smith. Piano selections were Mr. and Mrs. Shi Smith announce :
presented by Micki Becker, Michael the approaching marriage of their A new Bryant air conditioner clamps down 'Manufacturer's 1oig39 I
Becker and Dawn Scott daughter,.Mrs Bobbie Faye Chaff, to on cooling bills with.: save .. : closeoutl! t : I
All the students were presentedwith Thomas Emery Blackshcar, son of Wraparound 1st quality!rJI")
flowers. .-. q : MrS..James M.v Blackshear and the \ 7 i condenser' -QRIEF9 T-SHIRTS
Following the recital;refreshments late J.M. Blackshear, on 'Saturday,
were served by Mrs. Dolores Morgan. June 26. S High-efficiency $3WERE $4WERE 4 g88:

A reception will be held at 2:30 p.m. operation I 8.18 P WERE3.97' Comparo at 14.68
at the Kingsley Lake home of Mrs. MEN'S 3-l-K.UNDERWEAR MEN'S SURFERS MEN'S DRESS SLACKS
Blackshear.All Save$ Soft, absorbent cotton knit Tough nylon thong w/suede Polye'er Icollon blend poplin
Altar Society friends and relatives are invitedto holds ltftslze._ shape!3-pks trim, colorful crepe solee.7.12. top name detailing Men'.

Honors GraduatesOn attend the reception EIma! sizes.'


Sunday, May 30, the following Did You Know........... ''OJ
high school graduates were honoredat -
Mass celebrated by the pastor,
Father Edward Rooney: Anthony Mr.:and Mrs. J.D. Warren returned Cowart Air Conditioning

Anderson, Donald ..Gissy, Clifford last Friday after 10 days visit with
Brunetti Kenneth Moack, Thomas their son and family, Capt. and Mrs.
Powell, and Randy Parado. John D. Warren in Alexandria, Va.; & Refrigeration
with Mr. and Mrs. S.R. Serafin in
Following the Mass a reception was
Cranford, N.J. and toured the Pocono s 4 j / is
held was held in the Parrish Hall 964-8025 We Service All Makoi o
honoring the graduates and attendedby Mountains in Pennsylvania. r

their family members and friends. r
The decorated cake, punch, cookies 96 2/ 1A 94 97'
and punch were served from the Prices in ad Hood Monday June 14 thru Monday, June 21 4 $sm& eMi/
DISCOUNT WERE DISCOUNT ,DISCOUNT
refreshment table, covered with a PRICE a"r tl39X PRICE PRICE
yellow cloth. KNIT SHIRTS MEN'S SPORT TOPS DRESS SHIRTS WORK OXFORDS
Mrs. Carol Ashline, Altar. Society Handsome stripes. Assl. fabric* wllh emb- Short sleeves, poly/ Tan vinyl garage oxford
President, presented silver crucifixes 100% coiiun or pniyinms.. number Color- cotton Men's S.MLXL. with thick padded col-
cotton Short sleeves, ful casual wear 3-NI.. POLYESTER TIES 3.77 far. Men*7-12., -
to each graduate as a gift from the BARGAINSHOP

Society.Mrs. .
Mary Gissy was in charge of
arrangements for the reception. I saV O ir iTw
Altar Society Officers InstalledOn I I %%

Sunday, June 6, new officers
were installed for the Altar Society
following dinner at the Western Steer
Steak House.
Mrs. Carol Ashline, outgoing president -
acted as master of ceremonies.She .
welcomed those attending and REBATE! OSCILLATING

presented gifts of white carnation cor- .' Discount Price 48 88
sages, a statuette; and prayer card to Eagle's Sale, Price.....39.68 gave SVe
other outgoing officers: Mrs. Ruth L...PaceMailIn s
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Meng, vice president, Betty Dazinski, NOW AND SAVE ON THESE QUALITY ITEMS. Rebate .4 OOp.

treasurer, and Dolores Meng; QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED TO STORE STOCK. Your eKSS
secretary. Final 683 666
New officers were then installedand Coat> %aFaF WAS 4*88' ."' aed'
presented with a lighted candle 17% LBS.TABLETS STEEL FRAME CHAIR 92SPEEDFANPrecision
and prayer card. They are: Mrs. s Giant pool lableta' concentrated Durable' vinyl tubing on Heel molded blade and
Josephine Gumber, president; Mrs. chlorinating agent! frame Fold compactly. safety chrome grill*.
Lena Dougherty,vice president; Mrs. 3.99 5.85
Pauline Oeschger, treasurer; and
Mrs. Dolores Meng, secretary Mrs. mfg. list 16.47 mfg list 12.10
Mary Gissy acted as for Mrs. NN
proxy .
Dougherty who was unable to attend. 50 Ft. Outdoor 50 ft. -- -

At the conclusion of the ceremony -a- : ,
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Father Ernie Brunnell, a special GardenRugged !\ saye ..
guest at the dinner, addressed the bright orange extension cord is U.L. Hose
group. Father Brunnell, a Maryknoll ,
listed and meets their35 C cold bend test re-

zania priest who East spent Africa many Missions years in is Tan- quirements. Heavy duty, 1250 watts, 10 amp The most flexible garden hose ever made. Made Your.,.
now
J residing in Gainesville, 125 volt, 18 gauge and 3 conductor features of reinforced plastic. Calls eally and remains I78888s UP 1
makes this the bargain ol the summer. flexible even In cold weather. ,, !K T WERE J 8T WERE J5.5S
36 FT. POOL HOSE COOKOUT BUYSI! CALCULATORS HEADPHONE RADIO
leamles. one-place 3-poslllon 18- bar. Credit card size with
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Karen Chitty, Sandra Chitty, mfg. list 3.17 .Ill*aM

Stacey Denmark, Janet Jordan, 16 Oz.t Oil
Terry Matthews Penny Riggs, and ppp
Melissa Winkler visited several TreatmentReduces 4aVeZ

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for Daytona Beach and spent the i 'N
weekend returning home. Sunday e ; smoking and oil mfg. list 39.45 \A. SVe SVe
evening. burning "\.:
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Improves ring seals and Dustbuster

daughter Mr. and, Irene Mrs. John of Miami Tourella, visited and compression Lightweight rechargeable cordless vacuum $83 2788 388 26 $ .

11 Mrs. W.B. Mundy on Memorial Day. Fortifies, oil to restore power cleaner In decorator shades of sand and brown. w
Storage unit mounts on wall or door. Permanent
t AIR MATTRESSES! FOOTLOCKERS! POLAROID FILM "nCLOCK ADKJ
Mr.and Mrs. Herbert Thomas were '' k I washable dust bag. 75x20" French tuft 31".1 "*12" match Make eight SV"n4H" -
the .. or construction w/nlcket- beeutlfuloolor .FMMthl Sl AU/
in Gainesville Monday attending : print*
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funeral of a cousin,Mrs. Mary Round- yl >
tree. %,A 7vntcn he name II MAPA.the standard Is. aualittrt Convenient -
Cigarette Prlo
Williams of Brooker L Starke Motor Parts Co. Inc. 225 i Locations Starke Kings & ioas 6.59 carton
Robin Lynn 155 W,Brownie*9644060 to ..rve) youlOvmeMv 3i2 Waifi 1l on
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Hampton Hilites[ .' ,
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... iva Bagwell and Mrs.. VICKI Powell, and Breeding section. They enjoyed' A -
2 lh; 2'd;; and 3rd graders ; ;June 1, Prin-
afternoon
On June ; Mrs. Inger Campen who helped seeing the many baby Tuesday
.b ,', 6th Grade Judy Cowger;; Cassandra Santa Fe Zoo in ( especially presided at the
By Dolores,Meng enjoyed a trip to the ,\supervise on the trip, treated each alligators and the sounds of the olderones. cipal Connie Clark
Fisher Andy Frye, Mindy Hersey! most In- distributing of
Gainesville. Among the student to a delicious ice cutting and
Phones aK-IDI5(! cream cone
;j and Andy Redding. teresting things they mentioned seeIng which they enjoyed In the Mall Then they went on to Goldhead watermelon to the students. Each and
New Arrival 7th Grade Tammy Peeples, Sean were baby fawns, alligators, a Center. Mrs. McClellan and Mrs. Branch State Park. Their guide show- every child present was given a pieceof
Larry and Betty Williamson ofWaldo Smith and Ruth Underwood. Students bobcat, spider monkeys, peacockswith Julia Orion also accompanied the ed them various kinds of trees and delicious, juicy melon by Mr.
announce the birth of their having all A's were Danielle Hersey their young cocks, an ostrich, group on this trip. foliage. On the nature hike, Glen and Clark. The field day activities had to
;baby girl, born May 28, at Shands and Cindy Davis. and pelicans. 4th and 5th Trip Robert the Forest Rangers, took be cancelled due to several sudden
Breakfast lunch
'Hospital Gainesville. She weighed 6 Kindergarten They also enjoyed a packed Mrs. Mindy McLean and Mrs. them down 92 steps to the ravine. showers.. .. _
Cyndee Lawrence' kindergarteners and went to the Oaks Mall. There -
:rbs. 3M oz. and measured 19 inches. on Claudette Frees took their students on They saw two barn owls along the
enjoyed a class cooked breakfast in they visited the Pet SHow where they The "doo days"-the hottest -
Paternal grandparents are Delmar an interesting Field Trip on June 2nd. way.
i L rnd Neva Wiliamson of Hampton. their room on Thursday. Mrs. Louise saw Pepper, a baby goat, kittens, 'their bus left school at 8:43 and head- They were thrilled to see their days In the northern
Maternal grandfather is Junior Mattheus, who has voluntarily parakeets, cackateels, rabbits, and a ed for the Alligator Farm near former teachers, Arlene and Roger hemisphere -are namedfor
? assisted this group all year, preparedthe giant lizard.In Sirius. the "Dog Star",
Reames of Starke. Keystone Heights. Mr. Don Morganand Rich, at lunchtime. Mrs. Carolyn
Paternal great-grandmothers are scrambled eggs. JoAnn Horne Belk Lindsay's they were thrilledto his son,Scott, gave them a tour of Slater and Mrs. McLean roasted hot and usually fall between
,Mildred Williamson of Hampton and operated the toaster. Orange and apple ride the escalators and glass the alligator home. They saw how dogs for all of them. They also en- July 3 and August 15.
cheese and fresh fruit salad the
juice, elevators. were amused by
Verna DeWitt of Monticello, Ark. They eggs were taken from the alligator'snest joyed the potato chips, cookies and
,' Maternal great-grandmother is were also enjoyed by all the little people lady dressed like an alligator who and placed in incubators. They cold drinks. After lunch.they played "Perfume: Any smell thatis
drown
worse
balloons. used to a
Fannie Reames of Waldo.Graduation gave them were shown the feeding areas, and several games.PLANTERS Elbert Hubbard
Their teachers, Mrs. Shirley one.
.. were cautioned to be very quiet in theY
Mrs. Viola Lefebvre returned home

Friday her son after and family spending, Mr.one and week Mrs.with Eddie AMERICAS: FAMILY DFJUG STORE

Fitzpatrick of Tampa. While there You're going to like
She attended high school graduation. _
ceremonies for her grandson, _

Michael Fitzpatrick. our Pharmacy.

Congratulations
Randy Parado was named co- _
Valedictorian of his 1982 Bradford __ ) Eckerd Pharmacists are highly-trained professionals who are gOing to ,
High School Graduation Class. His ad- makesure you are completely satisfied. They take continuing education
dress at Commencement exercises courses to maintain an up-to-date knowledge of developments In
Friday night brought a standing ova- --4. drugs.T hey always try to save you money by offering Senior Citizen discounts
tion from classmates, as well as
and generic drugs whenever possible. They will also save you
several rounds of We wish ___ _
applause. time by constantly checking stocks to keep the drugs you need on hand!
and all the other
much Randy success! graduates "'" ........'.. "" .. .... ..,......... ... ...... -' ......... "" ........h.. '.... .,..
Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Parado hosteda _,,ta__nn___,..,_ _/ _: _. :: : _, WI6I_ __'N'""""''''"'"",nnnnmn'HHHHN'NnWnWnnnN I .II,1" .'"' .'iII'" ,"'m.,,,_ .r' ; :r .; /,,.

luau at their home Friday night Pe I
following graduation ceremonies,
honoring! the graduates. Among those I
attending were Kenneth, Sr. and
'
Theresita Noack of East Hampton, 2m3N
Connecticut, who attended the
graduation of their son, Kenny. They hu
stayed on with the Parado family for hJv
several days.
'IOn Saturday night, Donna, Cindy, Li
and Donna Parado performed in the r F
piano recital given at the Starke r
Woman's CLub by students of Louise aF
Stern. ?
Orctnleto"FRESH
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1: Birthdays ., r '
Bernardo Biaz celebrated his 12th waw
birthday June 5. Celebrating on June 9 ...----:
8 were Paul Fran, and Eugene Meng ULTREX 0 0 .....::::::-

and Joyce Meng Kent. ,
Hampton Elementary School CLOSE UPTOOTHPASTE RAZORSWITH JERGENSLIQUID UP HOLIDAYFOGGER
SPECIAL REBATE OFFER .
cards home
Final report went with
PACK OF 2 PEANUTS
students of all grades on Thursday, Limit 2 packs SOAP SPRAY DISINFECTANT

June listed 3 on, the the last Honor day Roll Of for school.the last Those six 4.,0Z. ef ECKERO'S SALE PRICE ..........P.2 e../100 10.5-OZ. 8.5-OZ. CR.B. 13-OZ. 49 1.OL 029
9 9 LESS! MFR.'S 9 9 9 1
weeks grading period were: Grade 1- MAIL-IN REBATE ....... -I00
Sandra Aviles, Gene Birt, Danielle // Sale Rag. Hog. Sale
Donald McWilliams and ?h FINAL COST /FR EEl! 1.38 .....
Hersey, Priced AFTER REBATE!Mon 1.41Limit 1.99 ....... Priced
Crystal Wilson. Limit 1 2 Limit 1PED'S Compare with Lysol.
2nd Grade Scott Branham,Jessica d..." '"..,.......no.. @.....w ...M..

Fisher, Joey Hall, Regina Padgett, ..IIIIII .m.... ...... ....Fffff.... ..............................m..m................................_......_.._""..._,,_,. -...-... ..-mO"--.. ..-. -----.-.--.-.---..-.-..
David Roberts and Darlene Rush. ELMER'SMINT
3rd Grade Meliss Byrd, Wyatt Col- I or FRUIT
lins and Amy Hodges.4th SUBLETSSOUNCE POM POM GALAXY
Grade Allison Archey, Michael I LISTERMINT I E SPORT SOCKS OSCILLATING

Campen, Cindy Davis, Rhonell Estes, MOUTHWASH f\ Bag. III' 1,319 9-INCH FAN
Sharon Godwin, Misty Koehler, Jerry \ HEFTY .
Loiacano, Angie Mitchell and Cher'lThomas. 24-OUNCE / 2 sse '; 30-GALLON TRASH BAGS D21S4 ..*... 21.99
79 FOR
I Limit 2 Limit 2 BOX OF U 299 9 F

5th Grade Tina Branham, Cindy Regular 5.71 ." '".....
Frey.-Quinton Ford.-Marie Long. Billy Price reflects :
I Horne and Rob-Powers. 50 o Compact &, quiet.
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cents off label. 4
''I\ !*Hi P fpf "'ST S,.:t. C.I. Limit,, I 10-Ll"' PL'AY'T1EX' QUICKIE /1/

Starke m LIVING GLOVES SPONGEMOP
Did You Know........... Ragular 4." .9 Ragular 4."
1.0ULA"fljt. CONAIR CURL BRUSHWITH
379 i29 399[ SPECIAL REBATE OFFER*
I .BC-10 R.1J. 10."
Miss Kay Turner and Mrs. Judy II Flips curls & more.

Powell and son, Adam of Jackson o BALE BCKERD'B PRICE I ........ft V"
ville weekend guests of Mrs. /A'A'//AW/A'.wA'AW ww.bYA? 1W/.w # # #'. y.'iWIW.bYA
were LESS MFM.'BMAILIN'
200
Janet Turner. 4MENNEN F'.6 tt .gff.U8 6$ REBATE -

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'Mrs. Martha Johnston of Miami' .ANTIPERSPIRANT........ .. tr AFTER FINAL COlT 499
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was Saturday to Monday guest of her .- ... 1t REDWOOD REIATI .......
2,1-0Z. 3 SCENTS _
_
sister, Mrs.James Baron. Joining the m:,=- .. 1'. 0 LAWN
family'for lunch on Sunday were Mr. n'u:=: "S' ;, I
and Mrs. Jim Burton and daughterso w.:: FURNITURECHAIR
\Rome l r'Ca.y .:;- '0" .99- 15B8QO88 GRAN PRIXMULTIBAND

JMrp&JVr?: Nolin of DeFuniak Spr I Rag. 19.tt .....
Inks was Sunday to Tuesday truest of MAALOX PLUS, I CHAISE I AM/FM RADIO

ar Js0. Dansby.. BOX TABLETS OF 1239e Maalox- n.g.39... ..... i

::1 rtl-.:a1nd M l V.J. Spenglpr. sPent p PUS I aluminum Durable redwood.arms are Double curvedfor 18-INCH is 9'99 l

t Sj>3! :' 2re Llmil 1 .w w. wi'aI comfort. BRAZIER GRILL .
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d
Get Police Air. & A
tfr 'l U1:!.'i4lzelle: returned last ...--..... Regul.r .... 699 weather broadcasts.

ThW-sday after spending 10 days with I .... Prk.d .............
her> pareptstriMand Mrs. RaifordEppersdh.arjSpring r
Hill. Mr. Epperson .
.1.j:4 '] ,
wasC.'Jn'jheJhospital:; : in Tampa
erlftMTs. Mizelle also BABY OIL 12" x 16"HIBACHI
following lI ie-ouNCE IGLOO FAMILY : : EVEREADYENERGIZER
visited het daughter, Mrs. Cindy ICE CHEST ICE CHEST : "AA"
Householder and family in Bushnell. 1391.1. ;0; Rg. 15.99 55.QT. Rag.3.... 12OT. Rag. 12.SENTRY. .
Mr.:and Mrs. Tommy Chastain; III | I 11 99 -_- 2999 fIW- 1099 BATTERIESRegular 1.99
and daugher Erica have moved from Limit 1Compare Save 4.00
Bedford Lake to a home on S.E. 11th toJohnson' Adjustable grids &
Road) which they drafts. Cast iron bowl. 149
StceetMForsyth( ; oFC/
have bought. Bab Oil. ,_n. _. .. ,,----
., ,ro', ....." ","n.. .... ."..,....n. ... '" .,,'".'.''.,",,,, mm.Hmm,., .. ."?";.', '"/h" ., Use for radios. A more.
Mrs. CRedbird, Mis- FEMINIQUE
"
sion, Beverly, Ky. has been visitingMr. DOUCHE REINFORCED I 50-FOOT 3C: 1:1art
and Mrs. S.G. Denmark the past S-OUNCE GARDEN HOSE DOG or CATFLEATICK
week. TWIN PACK : Regul 12" COLLAR Silpsrtf BUY THIS CAMCHA-WB WILL
2 TYPES B YOUR CHOICE! ," ,,,,,,, PROCESS NEXT ROLL FREE .
Mr. and Mrs. T.H. Slade visited 69 999 Rag. 3." ;

their sisters, Mrs. Myrwin Long and a .r 199ARMOR.ALL
Mrs. Myrtice Steigler in Atlanta over Limit 2 packs r

the weekend.

Mrs. Gene Ivey,Jr.and sons of New R 50-FOOT SOAKER KEYSTONE POCKET CAMERA
Orleans spent the past 10 days with COVER GIRL HOSE '."-301
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. lIar- NAIL SLICKS fuss M3 R.q. S.U PROTECTANT .....ul., ,I... 2 499

dy. They will be joined by Mr. Ivey on Regular NAIL ENAMEL 1.42 i R.eul.r-OUNCE 3." Save 12.00 .................
Thursday and he and Mrs Ivey will j 599 Built-in flash True 2x lens. Uses 110 film.
visit his mother, Mrs. Ivey, Sr. in 8geLimit 279
Darien, Ga. over the weekend. -
1

Mrs. Ernest Moore of Laurens, S.C. ZEBCO 2020
is guest of Mrs. W.B, Mundy this K a S SELF-PROPELLED
week. CRYSTALDISTILLED 21-INCH REAR BAGLAWNMOWER MELNOR COMBO
22 TINE a lar 3S.99
Mr. and Mrs. Gareth Jones Mrs. PULSATING LAWN RAKE 98
and Mrs. WATER R8SP-2 SPRINKLERWITH
Jeanette Hamilton and Mr. 1-QALLON 279.99 TIMER Regular T.M
Curtis Edwards were square dancingat '114 IIeo- 11.'. .
Jacksonville St. Patrick's Friday Catholic night. Church in 59 LJ 24$ 1299 y 599

Limit 1 ,

Scott Miller of Jacksonville is spen-
ding two weeks with his grand-

parents, Mr. and Mrs: George Miller. -::: __ ..- .. < == .. ....- .-
( COLOR i -REPRINTS---- OPEN DAILY 9 to 9. SUNDAY 10 to 7.

Mrs. Marybeth Peacock, Rick and I FROM SAME SIZE NEGATIVEs99 Sale Prices good thru Sat. June 12th f_I II ... ..
Debbie Peacock of Jacksonville spent WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES.
Saturday ,in Starke visiting tnek I I PHAAMACV SERVICE AVAILABLE... mHou"sl", STORES LI9TIO fl.OWBradford ,
grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Pearce, I wa wweav; -

Corinne Alvarez and. Virginia. I I'Sale, .... Center dI

McGuire. I 'Just bring In'your favorite.color 1 I Sq. Shopping :,.V" ._ ,

Mr. and'Mrs. Clifford Sinks of Cen- L Coupon Good thru Wed.June 16m ,
tral .City, Ky are visiting. Mr. and --------- --- --- ------'J'I! ,\
and Mrs.
Mr.
Mrs. Robbie Shaller; 'I .'
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minor leaguers continued their Berry 2-2 with a double Marcel l me game off with a single but that
postseason''tournament this week and Henderson 1-2 with a home run. Gene was the only base rap.W.dn..day .
keep on going through next week Reddish 1-1, and Anthony Wood 24.
Still in the winner's' bracket after For the Indians J. Dempsey: T.
Monday's games were the regular .Taylor and Darrell Gnann were all 2-3 .Jun 2Phllll. ,
season champ 'Phillies and the and Emory Prevatt, Jimmy Long, .. 14 TI"... 13 In the final
t Lawtey Rangers and Suns, who and Bo Hersey were 1.2..ang.r. regular season game the league ,
+ 4 "' v+ I squared off Tuesday night. champion Phillies eked out a 1-run '
., ii + .,'vl Correction: In last week's Lawtcy 13 Blu. Machin. II The over the Tigers by scoring 3 runs in ;
'. i ( Rangers versus Suns writeup the Rangers advanced in their tourney the bottom of the 5th. Leadoff hitter i
sentence that said Kevin Wise scored opener as pitcher James McNeil Billy Meres crossed the plate with the ,
t rjyll r o "14 the winning run should. have) read allowed just 1 hit and struck out 7 winning run I
lutr d Craig Wise scoring the game-winner while belting a home run and a single Chris Noegel and winning pitcher i!
Also we listed Davy Norman as Dale himself.. Sean Nichols) had 2 hits each for the
rr Norman. The Telegraph'apoliglzcs Jason Pilcher also had 2 hits for the winners, while Jason Smith Meres I
i rw for the and Smith also had hits.
r Mph 7" error. Rangers and Ledarion Alston and Jimmy
d Jerry Bradley had hits For the Tigers Ron Zurluh was 1
Te..doyJun.I 3-for-4 John Siegmond 2-5 and I
,%+ Indian U. Blue Machln 15i Bo Hersey For the losers Tommy Hamilton led Patrick Marks 13. i
4 scored the in the bottomof
winning run I
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,4 the last as the Indians squeaked by \
1t Brooker's Blue Machine in a tourna-
Starkettes Girls
Host Tourney
1 riq night.ment loser's'bracket game Tuesday

Emory Prevail was 2-for-2, Daryl The Starkeltes girls 13-15 year old team will be hosting a youth slowpilch
Gnann 3-4 with a double Timothy Softball tournament this weekend at Pratt St field to raise money for their
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to District's.The
Taylor tripled, and Bo Hersey and An1 1 trip
dy Goodowns singled for the winners. Starkettes will be playing this weekend, along with the Baker County
For Brooker Kelly Dyal was 3-3 with a All Stars of Macclenny, Baldwin the Green Cove Giants, and the '
J homer Silcox 2-3, Tommy Hamilton Tallahassee Eagles and Tallahassee Seminoles. Starkeltes coach Loretta
? In i 2-5, and Seay and Thornton doubled. have Marchanl an 8-team said Tuesday field. that she was still looking to get 2 more teams and

Play is set to start.at 8 a.m. Saturday morning June 12, and continue
Monday,Jun 7Phlill. through about 8:30 p.m. Sunday's action picks back up at 1 p.m. with 3
rr .. 1* Twin. 71 Chris Noegel games. The top 3 teams, and 1st place individuals will get trophies.
Chicken dinners will be served Saturday evening and a full line of
swatted hits
4 double and
including a
They May be Small in Numbers But They Can Play... Sean Nichols was 3-for-3 to lead the refreshments will be available from the concession stand. All proceeds go to
The PhJMIes finished up the season with barely Greg Grim,.. C'hria NWgel. Jimmy Smith and Wayne Phillies past the tournament's 1st the Starkettes girls organization to pay for their trip to the District tourney,
enough players to start a game but that didn't stop Patrick round. which Mrs. Marchanl said was set for Tallahassee.

them from wrapping up the regular season league title 2nd row left to right. Coach Jim Womack. Brad Billy Mores and J. Smith both slap
in Starke's Dixie Youth Minor League. Hamilton, Shaun Nichols Chris Simmons, Jason ped 2 hits for the winners while
Pictured are bottom row, left to right Billy !Meres Smith and Coach AI t'oston. Ashley Alday was '2-3 and Donnie
Elder and Randy Milton 1-1 for the

Twins. Dwight's Food & Scat

Thursday.Jun.3 556 S. Walnut Street, Starke FlSCHLITZ HQt
1st Baptist Tops Kingsley Lake 10-9 ; Twin. 20. Tigers 17 The Twins openedup f d
the tournament with a win as pitcher
Jamie Bowen slapped 3 hits and
scored 4 runs and David Elder added 12 oz cans (warm only) 6 pk ICE

Smyrna, St. Edwards Wage Run War :2 Bagwell base raps., Scott Ashley Duncan Alday,Johnny Byron I 1.99 61CMILK Bag

Powers and Kevin Boone all added ,I
I hits for the winners. Borden Regular
Gunning to move past Kingsley Ennis was 2-3, and Doug Crawford For the Tigers John Siegmund and Bud Schlitz, Miller
Lake and get the top-seed for the Sub- Church tripled. j Donnie Francis cracked doubles Ron v s12o Schlitz Malt
District church tournament, 1st Bap- Zurluh was 2-for-2, and Kelly Hatton
tist of Starke beat Kingsley 10-9 and winners, while J. Griffis was 3-4 witha Pin. l..1 16 Jr Star. 11: Pine Level ' (hen topped 1st Methodist t Tuesday for triple and Clyde Sumner 34. built up a 12-3; lead against the Jr. 1.19
its sixth and seventh sl raight wins but For the losers Frank Coss was a Stars and held on lo win as B. Scott Sun 17.Indian 7:The Suns moved on Quart
there may be no catching the Slarke standout with it perfect 6-for-6 night went for-4 with a triple, and R. i in the tournament /behind the hitting Cold Beer by the Case $1.00 over cost
Slars who won their 9th in a row and Ilannoil homered and I tripled, Corsou Alvarez 3 4 for the winners. cD )t David Norman 5-tor-S Bryant
sit at 12.1.Kingsley. was 3-4 with a double, Danny Nugent Burkhalter and Greg Alvarez adI Hunters: 2-3, Wayne Prevatt 3-4, Terrv
Lake is 10-4 with 1st Baptist 35 w jib a triple, and loin Gunibor 23. ded doubles for Ihe winners. For the
just a half game back at 10.5They \ Jr. Stars Irons 2-3
Marty ,
was Barry
Pr..byt.rlon 7 Pin. l..1 5: r-avid! i
meet each other again Monday, Wager and Paterson both Warren 35 and Jason Bennett doubled. .!
June 21, at 6:30: at Edwards Rd. Larry .
stroked 2 hits and Wager, Jeff ., -"- -- -
In one Tuesday night doozy Sm>rnaBaptist Belcher, and Lajrjc.Saucer: delivered .. .
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game that saw 51 base hits slashed. Level doubles as Presbyterian! /beat Pine Klngly lake U Pr..by 5: Curtis" ,. We' .d" 0" "n" ., I, ..1f

Wonder how many times storekeeper For I the losers II. Hollenbough I had a Crawford pounded 2 home runs andLeroy
Daryl Hilliard sharpened<< his pencil double- Emus was also for-3 with a
homer and a double as Kingsley Lake
Tu..dayJun.I Monday Jun.7 scored times>in I the 1st enroute to the
111 Boptlit 19 MathodUl' 7t Jim Lewis Star II Calvary 7: John RIgs was .
and Wilbur Waters tagged home runs, the bigt stick for the Stars Monday, easy David victory.Gaines was 3.4, Donnie Elder believe in o
Mark Pa tray was 4-for-5, and Jimmy
slapping 4 hits 1/1,5 at bats 3.4 with a triple, and Dwayne Hardee
Prevail and Rick Stevens stroked 3 John
Bennett added a double and 3-4 with a double for the winners while
hits apiece as 1st Baptist won its 7th Mike
Souiherland was 1.1 for the winners Larry Paterson went 2-2 and B. 7vq
straight while S. Davis was 2-3 for Jackson homered for I
Presbyterian.
For Methodist Brian Thomas and Calvary. ,
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Pat Mundorff were both 2-4 with liS. I q
Ill Baptist 10 KlngiUy lake 9: Wilbur Methodist 12 St. Edward. 9: Brian > >i'" : r. V Io
doubles. :
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Waters stroked a 2 out double to Thomas and Eddie Douglas swatted ,. I + o
Smyrna 29 St. Edward. 25: After Silting centerfield to score Mike Hartley with last-inning home runs as 1st '. i'j' 'if i.w i iJ oil
through a long night of ball, softball the winning run as 1st t Baptist.. used a Methodist rallied for 5 scores in the o. .1"' (_
watcher Harry Green said this 3-run rally in the bottom of the last to top of the 7th to beat St. Edwards. < e1nio b'it' oq
game might be the 'record' for runs nip Kingsley Lake Monday night. Thomas was :3-for-4, Barry Thomas Welcome bock +!;: rot
scored in a Starke church league Hartley was 2.for-3 with a homer and Pat Mundorff 2-for-3. and Ricky
game, and it just might be. and double for the game while Jim Johns doubled for Methodist but it to high-interest no-risk investments.I : t tM13 nbloli io
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Smyrna Baptist came out on top Lewis went 2J: with a homer, Rick was Douglas' 3-run pinch-hit homer ,,; '|Q
29-25 thanks in great part to Sam Stevens was 3-4 with a double, and that won the game. .->h
Bassett, who stroked 5 hits, includingan Mark Pal ray 2-4 with a 2bagger.For For the losers Hannon was 3-4 witha ',.i" '. -jrtt r-ifutnii
in-park homer and double, and Kingsiey Lake Roger Bennett homer and double. M.J. Brunetti Risk just doesn't fir into our way of Three and!:,Fo)
scored 6 times. Jack Anderson and G. and Jim Garrison homered, David 2.3, and Danny Nugent and Beck slapped business. Ar Fortune Federal. % : :
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guaranteed high rare of Inreresr. I 1 / 'for'a limited time''only., ..'n:>' i 4

fully insured, is worth much more Minimum deposer is $500. .lnreresrt, m
NOTICEBradford than the return you mighr realize in is non-compounded and,may be q

money marker ventures. paid quarterly or monthly depend Ir ,:nt
ing on the amounr mvesred.: ''Auro -' t
County Board of County Commissioners We've handled our customers' in- mancally/ renewed or the rote II'.). 'I
for 47 in a risl -free effecr or morunty
vesrmenrs
years
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hearing for proposed use of Federal Revenue Shar- way. and this policy has helped us 0Twoond >\\w'
become one of the top 100 associations 14.000 l onehalfper
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billion dollars in assers. annum years

1983. YEARS Effective annual yield is 15.024.

We now offer you five hIgh-interest Available June 8 through June 21.

DATE June 21 1982 investment plans, ranging from a Minimum deposit Is $500. Interest Is
: Monday
91-day plan for people who need ,compounded dally. Automatically
to a 10-year plan for renewed at the rate In effect at
TIME : 8:00: P.M. flexibility
who maturity.
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PLACE : Bradford County Courthouse vesrmenr.insured to These$100. plans 00 by are the all FSUC.fully 12.367 super J

Commissioners Room #129 Come ro Fortune Federal for some annum,. months

peace of mind once again. p.i onnum Available June 8 through June 14.
Minimum deposir is $10.000. Inrer-
A hearing will be held at the above time and place 14.500 Ten GUARANTEEDINTEREST esr is non-compounded. Auromati-
colly renewed or the rare in effect
regarding the proposed use of Federal Revenue :per annum years or maturity


Sharing Funds in the amount of $234,986, which the Available Minimum for deposit a limited is $500.time: only.Inreresr, 12.074* Ninety-one


County expect to receive for the fiscal year ending paid is non-compounded quarterly or monthly and depending may be- per annum days

September 30 1983. on the amounr invested. In the Available June 8 through June 14.
event of on account-holder's death Minimum deposit is S7 500. Inrer-
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ALL interested citizens are invited to attend the : .,Auromarically renewed renewed or the rare in effect
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I Final Wednesday Decides Womens League Fate "'. ., : ,'.,' '. h

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Wilh just one more night left in'thc benefited from 16 bases on balls and Norman's Farm 34 Starkettes 2: .,.' .' ": ;' .i

Starke women's Softball 'league Women's League Nancy Mitzel led the hitters with a Norman's played ring around the ..

Wednesday, June 9, the pennant race 3-for-3 night with a triple and double. bases with Gayle Lee, Lorna Leasure, i
was! still on.1stplace to Also,Ginny Kilby was 2-3 and Terri and Pam Johns each
Starkettcs 5
uainst the Wednesday tallying runs to the of
estate PHYLLIS R.
K Norman's Farm U-2)) lock that position up.W.dn..doy.. Hunter.doubled. I\fI.t\ :..' i .-.,* '.......n.. '" I, lead the scoring parade. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO OF MT. PLEASANT ON JOHNSON deceased

needed a win over the 3rd-place For Perfect 10 Wendy Gilbert was Lee hit! for the cycle -- a homer triple SILVER LAKE, As per plot Cat No.
REGISTER FICTITIOUS 82.4'.CP' 'is l
t-azzlers (9-4)) in a 7:45: game Wedns- ,Jun.2Solnt. 1-1. double, and single, while Vorease thereof recorded In Plot
NAME pending In the Circuit
day at Edwards Rd. to clinch 19 Rebels. *: The Saints passedthe Jones 20 of the
In
the Citbbettes 18 Dazzlers 8: a was 3-for-3, and Sheila Forsyth Book 3, Page .
championship. Rebels and moved into 4th place crucialgame in the battle for ''the 3-5 with a double. Pursuant to Section' public records of Bradford Court tor Bradford County

The 2nd place Cubbelles ((10-3),who with a 19-9 win last week as they league title the Cubbette eliminatedthe For the Starkettes Maria Reddish 865.09, Florida Statutes, County Florida. Florida Probate DM-

topped the Dazzlers 18-8 last week to scored in every inning. Dazzlers frtnv theqaceand\ kept went 2-2 with a double and Kim Brown notice Is hereby given has .been filed against Ion, the address of

remain in the race, meet the Rowdies Melanie Evans, Mary Felton, their own hopes alive with an 18-8 win was 11.Itadhgs. that the undersigned you and you are requiredto which !I. Bradford County

(6-7) Wednesday at 6:30 and the com Carolyn Redding Janice Stevens, and as a dozen errors did the losers in. Harley Lynn Luther, Rt serve a copy of your Courthouse, Stark,
Darlene Evans all had 2 hits in the 1. Box 520,R2. Lake Florida 32091. The name
bination of a Cubbette win with a Norman's Brenda Mack and Janet Williams written defenses, If any
Saints' balanced attack. W.L' Butler Fla. 32054 sole and address of the Personal
loss throws the lead into both for Cubbettcs PAUL F. BRYAN.
a slapped 2 hits the (thruJuiwI) to It on
Thrower was 3-for-3 Gloria Sapp .,.,.. or joint owner, doing Representative
2-way tie with a playoff game wiii Williams and Mary Strong accounting Nofman fli Plaintiff attorney,
necessary.The 3-4, and Charlene Williams 2-3 for the for doubles. L....,Cu_.. is-s business under the firm whose address i I. 600 and of the PersonalRepresentatIve's
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battle for first isn't the only Rebels, and Libby Hudgins popped 2 Cheryl Horn led the Dazzlers with 2 1.1 Dail.. 7 f.4 4 name of Lynn's Custom Courtlond Street Suite / attorney

.race. In the scrap for 4th the Saints doubles. hits in 2 at bats Jan Jackson was 2-3. L....,*.b.l. 1Iowell. ., Drywall Intends to 600. Orlando, Florida are set forth

:(7-6) have the edge over the Rowdies E. Pete cracked an in-park home run, .. 1-' register said fictitious 32804. on or before the 7 below.

,;and Rebels(6-7)_( but needed a win Rowdies 23 Perfect 10 ': The Rowdies and Harriet Hamm trlpl d. .Perfect......".. in 1.1] name under the day of July. 1982 an file All interested personsorerecuiredto
aforesiad statute. file
the original with the with
Dated this 24 day of Clerk of this Court either the court WITHIN THREE
May 1982 In Bradford MONTHS FROM THE
before service on Plaintiff

I Merchants Deal Lawtey Wishbones Second DefeatThe 5/27 County.4tchg 6/17 '. attorney thereafter or Immediately ; DATE PUBLICATION OF THE OF FIRST THIS

v I, NOTICE All claims
: ((1))
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF otherwise a default will
Merchants edged Lawtey wilrTpitch with 1 out in the bottom of pie. to lead the Merchants to a win. JUDICIAL be entered against the estate and
THE EIGHTH
Dixie against you
Wishbone 5-4 Tuesday evening to deal Boys the last. Brad Green led the winners with 2 CIRCUIT BRADFORD for the relief demandedIn ((2)) any objection by an

'the league-leaders just their second Keith Kehoe had 2 hits including a hits while Hal Wood J. Johnson, R. the Interested person to
'loss of the year. Lawtey team just 4 hits doubles by home run for the winners, and Mike Smith and Brad Strobles also had COUNTY. FLORIDA complaint or peti whom notice was mailed

The win kept the Merchants in second C. Ross and S. Jenkins, and singles by Chappell added a homer. D. McKinney singles( Civil Action No. tion.WITNESS that challenges the

place with a 7-4 record. Clinton Jenkins and Gerald Brown. doubled and Gary Wise was Keith! Kehoe was 2-for-4 with a triple 82-228CA the seal of my this hand and validity of the will the
FREEDOM SAVINGS AND Court
on
r For the Merchants R. Smith doubled l-for-2. for I the Olympians and Gary Wise, qualifications of the personal .
June I 21.
Tuesday, LOAN ASSOCIATION May 1982.
I Merchants 5 Wishbones 4i Behind the and D. Black and Hal Wood were For the Actions Ron Thomas was L. Srivibul, B. Tswchorn, and' T. (formerly known as Gilbert S. Brown representative

: pitching of Steven Jones the Mer- 12. 2-4, and Greg Wilkcrson and Charles Hicks added singles FREEDOM FEDERAL SAVINGS Clerk of the Court venue or jurisdiction of

I chants handed Wishbone only its second Monday.June Hilliard both 2-5. Wednesday June 2 AND LOAN By Louise Patterson the court.

I loss of the year Tuesday even- Olympian. I Actions 7: It took 10 inn- Thursday Jun.3 Wishbones 8 Olympian 4: Gerald ASSOCIATION). a corporation Deputy Clerk All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS

t ing. ings but the Olympians nipped the Actions Merchant 14 Olympians I: Steven Brown struck out 16, including: 12 of Plaintiff vs 5/27 4tchg 6/17 NOT SO FILED

i Jones allowed the hard-hittintt as Jess McSwain scored on a Jones. struck out 13 and slapped a trio the last! 13 batters.!. WILLIAM L. KING a ... .. ..... .. ... WILL BE FOREVER BARRED -
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single man. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
Date of the first
Norman's Places 3rd at Cecil Field Royals Top A's Zonkers, Rascals NOTICE WILLIAM OF ACTIONTO L. KING. EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT publication of this Noticeof
: IN AND FOR BRAD
Norman's Farm of Starke was 3rd in a 12-tcam women's softball tourney held In Jr. SoftballThe 'T' Off With Wins RESIDENCE: UNKNOWN.YOU FORD COUNTY 27. Administration 1982. : May

at Cecil Field Naval Air Station last weekend, winning 3 games while losing a Royals opened up the Jr. Soft- The Zonkers and Rascals teed off on ARE NOTIFIED FLORIDA. L.C. Johnson
pair of 8-inning affairs. ball league season with an 11-4 win that on action to PROBATE DIVISION
the Personal
Peeps and Crackers Monday morning Representative
The Starke the A's June 7 foreclose a mortgage on Case No. 82.41.CP
with
league power topped Silver Streak of Jacksonville 9-7 3 runs over Monday morning, as T-Ball baseball started in Dudley P. Hardy P.A.
got
in the top of the 8th in their opener but were then outdcfensed 1-0 by St. Vinas Stanley G. and Robert A. scored 3 Starke with 2 the following property in In Re: Estate of P.O. Drawer 1030

cent's Hospital of Jacksonville. In the loser's bracket Norman's came back to runs apiece to lead the victors. Zonkers gamesThe nipped the Crackers Bradford County PHYLLIS R. JOHNSON Starke. Florida 32091Altorn.y

eliminate Beer Witch of Jacksonville 4-1 and Electra Steel, Jacksonville 14Stacey= G., and Chuck M. added 2 29-28 Shootout and the Florida The West 84.58 Deceased. For
2-inning
in a
-" fn the finals St. Vincent's again took the measure of Norman's in 8 frames, runs each for the winners. The A's got Rascals outscored the Peeps 25-19. feet of Lot 3 and East NOTICE OF AD. Personal Representative

winning 8-2. a string of 4 runs from Ron, Vernon, 24.23 feet of lot 4. BlockB MINISTRATIONThe 5/27 4tchg6, 10

53" For.. the weekend Angic Nix.led. Norman's. in balling with a .526 average! Mike and Kimbo in the 4th inning. of a REPLAT OF PART administration of

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.' All CLAIMS AND OB. entered against you for to the highest bidder at

,I Th. Brad'f ;d County PUBLIC NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE otherwise be entered a against default will IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, JECTIONS NOT SO FILED the relief demanded in the court house door on PLEASANT HOPE

you EIGHTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT WILL BE FOREVER BAR the complaint or peti the 22nd day of June. FULL GOSPEL CHURCH
| Board of County Com- Notice of Application for Pursuant to Section for the relief demanded
S tnlssloners will receive Special Exception 381.494, Florida 'In the petition. IN AND FOR BRAD- RED. tion.WITNESS 1982. 301 N., Starke
and
hand
J'bids until BOO p.m. Man- Notice Is hereby given Statutes, the North Central Witness my hand and FORD FLORIDA. COUNTY Dole of the flntpublic.ltion the seal of said my Court on Dated this 10th day of Extend. To You A Hardy Welcome
of this Noticeof
day, Jun. 28. 1982 for that the Board of Adjustment Florida Health Planning the seal of this Court on 1982. .may 1982.Gilbert To Worship With Us''

S H.alth and life In- City of Starke, Fla., Council. Inc. will con Jun. 7, 1982. Case PROBATE No. 82.41.CP DIVISION Administration: May May 26.Gilbert S. BrownAs S. Brown Clerk Sunday School. . .':*! a.m.
J for the will conduct a hearing at duct a public hearing at 7p.m. Gilbert S. BrownAs 27. 1982.
surance .
cov.rag. . .11
In Re Estate of Clerk of said Court Morning Worship am.Evangelistic.
: L.C. Johnson Beulah M. Moody
S 7 In the Commission June 24, 1982, at By:
Bradford CountyEmployees p.m., City on Clerk of staid Court
PHYLLIS R. JOHNSON, Personal Representative By: Beulah MoodyAs Deputy Clerk . . . 7pm.
Health Plan. room, City Hall, the Bradford County By: Louise PattersonAs
::.,. Deceased. Deputy Clerk of Tues. 7
Dudley P. Hardy. P.A. Clerk of Circuit Court Mid-Week ServIce p.m.
A schedule of the Loss Stark., Fla. on Thursday Commission Meeting Deputy Clerk
|j: Experience will be on file June 24, 1982 to considera Room Bradford County 6/10 4tchg 7/1 NOTICE OF AD- P.O. Drawer 1030 6/3 4tchg 6/24 Bradford County, Florida Friday . . . . . 7:30 p.m.

f with the 'Clerk at the request for a Special Courthouse, N. Tempi / MINISTRATIONThe Starke Florida 32091Attorn.y NOTICE OF APPLICATION 5/20 4tc rig 6/10 Rev. Cercy. Pastor

j Bradford County our. Exception to allow an addition Avenue Starke, Florida. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO administration of For FOR TAX DEED

:t: thouse. to existing mini- This public hearing I I. forth REGISTER the estate of PHYLLIS R. Personal Representative5274tchg6l7 NOTICE IS HEREBY

i For Information concerning storage Mini of purpose of accepting FICTITIOUS NAME JOHNSON. deceased GIVEN. that Walden B. .. ... .. ,... ,...... .
..- this bid, please America off 301 SouthS. comments from the Pursuant to the provisions Case No. B2-4 I.CP. Isp.ndl'ng Wodsworth the holder of NOTICE OF INTENTION ST MARK'S CHURCH

contact the Clerk ( Walnut St.) In Section public on the proposed of Section 865.09 In the Circuit IN THE CIRCUIT COURT the following certificateshas TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS 212 N. Church

!..Finance Dept. 33. Township 6 South. renovation and expansion Florida Statutes, noticeIs Court for Bradford County EIGHTH JUDICIAL CiRCUIT filed' said certificatesfor NAME Stark., Florida 32091

." ., The County Reserves Range 22 East parcel of Bradford hereby given that the Florida, Probate Division OF FLORIDA IN a tax deed to be SUMMER SCHEDULE OF

tf-'the: right to reject any 4438-00600 in classification Hospital. Total project undersigned DEWITT C. the address of AND FOR BRADFORD Issued thereon. The certificate Pursuant to. Section SUNDAY SERVICES
and all bids. B-3 Exception No. SIs cost I I. 6098000. The JONES SERVICES. Inc.. o which Is Bradford County COUNTY number and 86S.09, Florida Statutes
8:30 AM. Eucharist
I I. hereby given Holy
notice
Gilbert S. Brown requested.At proponent's applicationIs Florida corporation, doing Courthouse, Stork., CIVIL ACTION year of issuance. the
.. Clerk to the Board this time all persons available for Inspection business under the Florida 32091 The name Case No. 82.235 description of the pro- that the undersigned 10 AM. Holy Eucharist

6l02tchg617NOTICE will be Jieard concerning and copy at th*..,?,tlrrooomi: ; ..' of JONESVUAOME and address of the Personal ARTHUR BRUNO. Husband perty, and the names in George F. Allen. Rt. 1. 7 PM. . . Evening Prayer

Iliis.:eppl,.elfonas ..C* ,nc V* OF APPLICATION specified in the zoning University Avenue,.Suit* .:JONES rCONVALESCENTSERVICE and of the PersonalRepresentative's BRUNO. Wife., are as follows: Florida 32666. and

FOR REZONINGAND codes of the City of 7, Gainesville, Florida, located at 514 at Address Unknown. Certificate No. 166. Robert S, Sholtes, 2072

AMENDMENT OF Stark. and the office of the East Nona Street In the torney are set forth YOU ARE HEREBY Year of Issuance, 1979. NW 14th Avenue,

THE LAND USE PLAN L.M. Gaines, Director Clerk of the County City of Starke. Bradford below. NOTIFIED that an action Description! of Property Gainesville, Florida HOPE

An ORDINANCE amending Starke Zoning & Court Bradford County County Florida intendsto All Interested persons for Dissolution of Marriage Lots 1. 2 In McCalls add 32605 sole or busin.ssund.r joint

the Comprehensiveland Planning Courthouse, Stark, register said fictitious are required to file with has been filed to Hampton. Sec: 30. owners doing firm ofAllen' Baptist ChurchHwy

Use Plan Element 1tchg 6/10 Florida. name under the provisions the court WITHIN THREE against you and you are Twp. 7 S. R.22. the name
P.O. Box
Attic,
and Map by City ofStork. Itchg 6/10 of the 'aforesaid MONTHS FROM THE required to serve a copy Name in which assessed 100 5 miles N of Keystone

.. Florida, In accordance PUBLIC NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE statute. DATE OF THE FIRST of your written defenses Alvin D. and Marian 656. Keystone Heights
527 SouthWater
with the local Notice of Application for Class 715-00 (R) DATED at Stark, PUBLICATION OF THIS It any tq it. on the plaintiffs M. Moore Florida 32656.Street, Starke, ROUND UP &

Government Comprehensive Special Exception Competitive sealed bids Bradford County. Florida NOTICE: ((1)) All claims attorney whose All of said prop.rtybeing Florida 32091 intends toregister REGISTRATION
DAY
Planning Act' Notice I I. hereby given will be received by the this 3rd day of Jun., against the estate and name and address is in the County of fictitious name

of 1975 as provided for In that the Board of Adjustment Department of Corrections 1982. ((2) any objection by an Dudley P. Hardy P.A.. Bradford State of under the aforesaid Saturday, June 19

Chapter 163 of the City of Stark., Fla., Union Correctional DEWITT C. JONES SERVICES Interested person to P.O. Drawer 1030 Florida.

Florida Statutes.TO will conduct a hearing at Institution, until 1:15 Inc. whom notice was mailed Starke. Florida 32091 Unless such certifii statute.Dated this II day of 2-4 p.m.

: All Citizens, Taxpayers -' 7 p.m., in the City Commission -' Tuesday. June 22. a Florida CorporationBy that challenges the and file the original with or certificates shall Starke,
m. 1982 in
p
and other interested room City Hall, 1982 and will be publicly : Harold A. Johnson validity of the will the the clerk of the above redeemed accordinglaw May Florida. Puppet Show Popcorn Balloons

Persons. Stark., Fla. on Thursday; opened at that time for President qualifications of the personal styled cottrt on or before the property descr, 5/27 4tpd6/17 Games & Prizes

You and each of You June 24. 1982 to consider the following: 6/104tchg1/1 representative July 2, 1982. otherwise a ed in such certificate c

are! hereby and herewith1given ; "a reqOet?'for, a Special Annual Veterinary venue or jurisdiction of judgement may be certificates will be ,ol,

notice In dceoM: Exception to allow an addition : Services? l-tract.: Bid the court. ----F- I _. __ _. .. .. ._ __ .. _'" I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
dance Florida KtALI Y
with to existing fnini- No. 140-82. hLUKILAIMU
OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL
Statutes that the Boardof storage ot St. Rd. 100
Bid blanks, specifications -
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
(:it V3&rn1stoner. of ,(Water Stj) ond oura and conditionsmay BRADFORD COUNTY, FirstAssembly 964-7700
'Street' ,: 'in" Section' 28,
StarkfinflCtlffl- b* obtained from
: FLORIDA 393 N. Ave. Starke
.lgnoUd'. f' tfe'Starke&fiby; Township 4 South, Rang Temple ,
the Purchasing Director,
CIVIL DIVISION Verm P. Odom Broker GRI 964-5476
Zo"I Planning 22 East parcel Department of Corrections First State Mortgage of God
Board to conduct a public 3797-00200.. This property Union Correctional
at'"o' 'r Company. at Florida corporation. IS acres, 1'/ mile out of city Interesting terms.
hearing gular'mtlng Is'zoned 8-2. Exception
Institution P O. Box 221, Plaintiff vs. Hwy 16 W. & Weldon
Rd.
held 'at 7.30 No. 5 I I. requested.At 5 acres assumable mortgage Farsythe
Raiford Florida 32083.or' .
,
William N. Addison a Live In DW trailer 1/2 for less than 20.00 h.
p.m.. In the City Commission this time, all persons a on ac. sq
by calling
single man, Jo Ann Addison 3 bedroom, newly painted home. Fenced back yard could
,
meeting room will be heard concerning
((904)431) t212, ext.
Starke City Hall.. Stork. this application 222/316. Dan lawson.Purchasing a single woman; June 13 -18 easily have a Rec Room tea.

Florida. on ThursdayJun. ,. a* specified In the zoning Director. Florida Bank at Stark.; COME IN AND LET US KNOW WHAT YOU NEED,WE'LL TRY
and makea and W.S.. Badcock Cor. TO HELP YOUI MOST ANY PRICE HOMEI!
24, 1982. the. codes of the City of W* reserve the rightto Deration Defendant 7 p.m. Nightly
recommendation to Stark.
reject any and/or all -
OF ACTIONTO
NOTICE
City of f Stork'Commissioners L.M. Gaines Director bids. Pastor George Watson '
ANN AD-
JO
and the Board \ Stark. Zoning & :
Itchg 6/10 last known address
DISON.
will consider on Tuesday Planning
.
and residence 202
Jurf, 6,>,1982 at the Itchg 6/10 :
same said place at 7 NOTICEI Main Street Starke, sunday. June 13 Wednesday. June 16

on Ordinance I WILL NOT BE Florida 32091. pastor-Evangelist Glen Holmes Evangelist Roy wasdln
p.m.
RESPONSIBLE for any YOU ARE HEREBY turned fighter for cod -
relating to: NOTICE Morning & Evening services Ex-Boxer
Th. rezoning of the Stark. Planning and debts Incurred byanyone notified that a Complaintto June 14 Thursday June 17
other thanmyself. Monday.
foreclose
a Mortgage
described -> Zoning Board I I. advertising -
following property
Dennis W. Grif- encumbering the follow Rev. Powell van Vllck Rev. John Clusser 1HnLTY.
and amending the for reclassification of .
land the described fis. ing real proeprty: First Assembly of cod. Lake city pastorEvangelIstTuesday.
Comprehensive property
Use Plan to provide that below from B-3 6/10 4tpd 7/1. lot 7. Block 9 of LIN- June 15 Friday. June 18 '

land currently zoned B-3 (commercial) and 1-1 COLN CITY as per plot Rev. Wayne Hancock Rev. James cannon CB'

be rezoned to R1A and (Industrial) to A IN THE CIRCUIT COURT thereof recorded In Deed Everybody's Tabernacle Lake city Clad Tidings. Lake CItyAGOODSMALLREAL
designated Residential (Agricultural). FOR BRADFORD COUNTY Book I. Page 177 of the ., II.R
FLORIDA Public Records of Brad-
VINCENT ,
the property of Approximately twenty
CIVIL ACTION. Case No. ford County, Florida -
PORCHIAZZO. describedas ((20)) acres In Section 33.

follows: 125'xt2S' off Township 6 South, Rang 82257In has been filed againstyou 221 lerfeyeHe St.Acres from Wishbone
East Market Road off 22 East parcels: 4439. r*: The Marriage of and you are required OFFICE HOURS
of 4442. 4443. ALLEN E. SIKES. Husband to serve a copy of your
Hwy 301 North, out 4440 4441. .
CAROL A. written d..n.... If Mond.y-VrId.y-5 Saturday 12 noon
and any
parcel 2459 In Section 21, 4236. 4238. 4244, 4243. INVESTMENT?
It JOHN M. McCORMICK ESTATE
Township 6 South. Rang' and 4248. This property SIKES, Wife.NOTICE to on
,
OF ACTIONTo Attorney for Plaintiff 'S
22 East for a residenceYou / l is South of.'Alligator
are further given Creek off the East side of : CAROL A. SIKES whose address I Ie Mac

NOTICE that a copy of Hwy 301 and dirt road c/o Sandra lannottl. 2239 Post Office Box 3323. 501 l

old proposed .OR and West of SCL railroad. 'W. Ramsey Orel. East Church Street,

DINANCE I I. available for. This chang In classlf- Schaumburg Illinois. Orlando. Florida 32801, IIl
"YOU'jte'tJ
and fit. the original with
office to 60194.
your Inspection at the cation I I. subject a
ARE HEREBY. the Clerk of the above- _
of be heldon YOU _
of.the Director public hearing to ,
-
June 24. NOTIFIED that an action styled Court on or ba'ore'July
Zoning and Planning Thursday { ;;
.
for Dissolution of Marriage 12. 1982; otherwise
Bradford County Courthouse 1982r at 7:30: p.m. In the
Stark.. Florida. Council Room of Stork. has been filed a default may b*entered P:

Each and every Person City Hall. Stark. against you and you ore. against you for relief
having any Interest Florida, at which time all Required to serve a copy demanded In th* Com. When It comes to'ndlng'a good small real estate Investment nothingIs Sit THIS LOVELY ENERGY EFFICiENT BuIlders hm en

whatever In the enactment person Interested shall of your written defence plaint. more Important than first hand knowledge of the neighborhood. four lmprev* J ..... Plush c...*.. ceirtr*! nat & sIr,

of this proposed b* heard for or again If any to It on Richard E. Witness my hand and' We have that'now..d.. .. We can find what l.-.y.a: ,..!...dOVbI. .*..**,tar,.enough for
Welty Petitioners* Attorney seal of said Court on May kItchen with *ppll_c*. In.leed.Flnencln .
ORDINANCE should,appear the proposed .rezoning looking for. We're your neighborhood weft Unique
and be heard at the as specified! In the Zoning his' address I I. 26,.1982. 21office.. And CENTURY 21 is the ev*" llbl.
P.O. Box 995. Stark, Gilbert S. Brown .2IIbll1J\ame
time and place prescribed. Cod of Starke. Florida 32091 on or" Clerk of the Circuit Court -' !: in small real estate Investments. .' HauMS..4 ApertfMnt*f er RentPreeerty '
I
Board of City of Florida.l.M. Gaines, Director before July 15.1982. and 1 By Beuloh Moody, .. Neighborhood Properties, Inc.. REALTOR t ((904)) 964.5231 "'- Me..ment Service t
file the original with the Deputy Clerk Appraisal*
.
Stark.. CommissIoners.BY l.M. Gaines Stark. Zoning 6/3/82 Board Clark of this Court either 6/3 4t ;
Itchg '
Director. Storka before' service on Petitioner's L\C8 on.CBII INDIaNDaNTtT OW1IaD AND o.aUyaD. e U f Nfc_.tiAlTOH-ASJOClATe.H4..U* J
Im ..- 2 I R.al l Estate mist.for the NAP snd TM-Iradsmsrks of SALESMAN.964-.29' I
Planning Attorney or : J :. (O 1983 Century Corporation ss Lucille$,..f.MOM ..
Zoning C.n6iir 21 RM|EstaK Equal: Housing Opportunity(B .
; Corporation W4tSe I
mediately.thereoler! ASSOCIATE
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I II Ij j I Express Jolts 301 '.Knot lens 'League Race -I IBC


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Express out-hit 301 Quick Stop a triple and A. Beard 2-3 slot and Wesley Sheffield, Terry in front 10-0.( Wesley Sheffield broke
14-8 and outhomered them 4-1 to win a Stratton, and Eddie Dyal all con- the drought for the losers with a solo'h
showdown between the 2 league Express 14 Keystone b' Express tributed 3 hits as 301 Quick Stop -..:;;
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leaders 14-2 last week and throw the blanked Keystone after the first Inn blanked the Lawtev Wildcats. Terry Stratton was the only Quick '
Men's League back into a deadlock. ing and won by a dozen as Ricky Ben- Stop batter with more than 1 hit, going
!!: Both teams now own 12-2 marks(allot nett and Matt Hull smacked added 2 homers Sheffield had 2 doubles and Dyal, 2-3 with a triple. :
Tuesday, June 8), with 4 games to and Randall Thomas one. Shelton Keen, Jeffery Norman and ,
1 ___ 3-3, Randy Corbin 2-3
Bennett was
go. Rec. Director Cheryl Godwin saidif Ratliff added Tom Paladino Jr. also had doubles. IC.y.ton.2J- Country Boy 3i The Mer .
they end up tied a playoff game will with 2 doubles and Bill Spud Massey was 1-1 for Lawtey. chants hammered out 19 hits including :: :
decide the championship. 2 doubles. 3 each by Larry Turknett and ;::
Richard Hall 2-3
For Keystone was WdnsdayJun2 Kevin Scanlon, to blow out the Country "
,Jun.l 'with a double. .. Randall Boys. :
Tuesday bpr. 14 Quick Stop 2t ):
Quick Stop 31-Olln'i 13 301 Quick Stop Thomas went 4-for-4, Chub Johnson Chuck Dickinson belted a home run -. ;.:
,, pummelled Olin's with 16 home runs Monday Jun.7 knocked in 5 runs, and Johnson for Keystone while Steve Cox was f.J t
F4 5 t>y Terry Stratton in 5 at bats, and! Ky.ton. 11 Honks 01 The Merchants Donald Wheeler Greig Moyer, andBill 2-for-3 to lead the Country Boys ; rt
# c were easy winners Tuesday shut out the llonky's on just 5 Goodge all poled home runs as
Y
1 ; Besides Stratton perfect I S homersfor hits and Kevin Scanlon went 3-for-4 Express jumped out in front 5-0 on :; .:,.
5 at bats night, Gene Tanner was and Steve Thomas and David Thigpen homers by Wheeler and Johnson in '_1... ....... w-I' 'x,;, i..,;
4-5 with 2 Hr's, Rogers 4-5 with a 2-3 to lead the winners.D. the first and never looked back, ..,_. (Hi tout* ) 127 .;: :
homer, 2 doubles, and triple Crews Evans was 2-3 for the losers. lot Quick" asp Illa.y.w..M..hah
4-4 with 2 homers and 2 doubles,Tom After a pair of 1-run games betweenthe p.. =t
} Paladino Jr. 4-5 with 2 homers and a Country Boy won lorf.lti The Wildcats 2 league powers the game was OI Country... 4-7 4-1 _
I ,'".1 triple, Farelon McClellan 4-5 with 3 didn't have enough ballplayers for the surprisingly lopsided with Quick Stop OII..M.kIMn.a.. 4-10 .: M'I.nkY '
homers, Sam Sibley 3-5, and Ronnie 2nd game, giving Country Boys a not scoring until Express had jumped L..WI_ 1-11' -:
Thomas 3-6 with 2 doubles. forfeit win. 0'"
Wesley -
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: WI ,. ;
.to Sheffield added a solo homer. J i
.. .....-,.- -- ... -.Ii..,.. For Olin's Anthony Common was Thursday Jun.3 -
3-4 with 3 extra base hits Sam Ben- Quick Stop 20 Wildcat Oi Ronnie If
And the Winner is...
nett 3-4 with a homer,R.Reed 2-3 with Thomas was 4-for-4 from. the leadoff Rhodens Fish Market
Little Jason Wilkinson served as the winning ticket finder last week as the J.
IS OPEN EVERY DAY
Starke Kec. Department drew a winner.for its fund-raising( raffle.
Jason held by Edward Akridge, a Kec. Board member and Dixie Youth
the East end of
at ;
Hampton
coach in Starke reached Into the bag held by Kec. Director Cheryl Godwin Suns Pirates Reds Get WinsThe
and picked out a ticket bought by Charles Norman of Starke. SR 18 & 221 4602947u11et 2.
Mr. Norman will receive a whole hog donated by owner Ted Clark of the. Frew
Meat Store. Suns, Pirates, and Reds were Rdt I Gator 4: Chris R., Evan D., .
All the money raised with the raffle will benefit the Dixie Youth programIn 1st-day winners as the Starke and T. Blake all tallied 2 runs as the Oysters s/r/n/j f
Starke, and the biggest seller of raffle tickets Brad Stroble, won a check Smallfry Softball league got underReds opened the season with a bang. ..
for $25 after selling. $t60 worth of tickets. way Tuesday morning, June 8. Gators.'John S. came home twice for the .0.-:.:- ,

The smallfries play on Tuesday, Suns is.Astros In the wildest game -
Wednesday, and Thursday mornings of the 1st day of play Kalob and
2 Wins in 1 Night Push now through the end of July. Joshua both scored 3 times to lead the '
Suns past the Astros.
2:
Pirates I Yank. 3: Paul S. and Shaun F.,Robbie,and Shaun scored Sheep ,_ ;
Shannon H. both scored twice to lead 2 runs for the Suns while the Astros "

Dodgers Close to Lead the Pirates to victory. had 6 different players score. Head .',,' *.": :

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In a rare ocurrence in Dixie: Youth Dixie MajorBart
ball the Dodgers beat Lawtey Gold
twice Monday night, once in a completion .
of a makeup game, and movedup Neighbors popped hits for the extra -
close to the leaders in Dixie Youth bases as the Braves beat Brooker. .'
Major ball. G. Pardee was 2-3 with a triple and ".
The Giants (10-3)) are still out in double, B. Kendrick 2-3 with a double, :
front with Lawtey Blue ((9-3) standing and Michael Stilwell and T.White had V
second but the Dodgers (8-4)( have doubles for the Braves.
now made it a 3-team race Wdnsdoy Jun.2 .r
The Giants and Blue meet Friday, Giants 6 > M... 4: It looked like home
June 11, at 7:30: in Starke with 1st run derby in the middle innings as the
place at stake. Giants stayed in 1st place with a win
Monday Jun.7 over the Mets, thanks in part to a solo
Dodg.r. 14 Lawt.y Gold shot by winning pitcher Paul Akridge. 0
The Dodgers swept two games Mon- Brian Davis and Brian Whitehead
day night. In a continuance of a pounded homers for the Mets and Kir-
previously-rained out game the by Joe Hildcbran was 2-for-3.:
Dodgers won 13-6 and then took Gold
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Lawt.y Blu. 14 Brc. 4t B. Crews
14-6 in a regular contest.In went 4-for-4 with 3 doubles and Tcr-
the scheduled game Chad relis Johnson was 3-3 with a double
Mullins and Jason Brown blasted
and 4 runs as Lawtey Blue rolled in
home runs Randall Polk and Kevin Lawtey.
and ----
Blankcship slapped triples, Tim Also for the winners Timmy Seeley
Lewis and Brad Hamilton stroked
2-4 with homer Mike
was a Rourke THE
doubles as the Dodgers topped Gold. 2-3 wit h a double,Malachi Jenkins 2-4,
Johnny Jackson was 3-for-4 and Robert Starling 1-4 with a hoe run, OFFICESHOP
Lewis 2-2 for the winners. and Eric Starling 1-2 with a double.
For Gold Allen Wood and Dale Nor Richie Taylor. 2-4 with double .
was a
man both had 2 hits, with Norman, and Rick Kimul is had a double for the .t--r J' t ,1 tOW.Coll$t,
Mike Anders, and Billy Gault deliver- losers. i l r 964-5764
ing extra-base hits. ,
In the makeup game the Dodgerscame "..dl.,. WLt'hu. c:::: Stork.f\a.\
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on to win easily behind the hit
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ting of Lewis, Jackson, and Chad and 01 ...1_ 111:1Lawt. .::IDod. .....
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Chuck Mullins. r
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Brays 15 Brook.r 61 Stacey Lloydwas .,.... W :_
2-for-2 with a 2-run homer, Al l.wt.y Gold 4.
Lowe went 2-4.and Chris Douglas and .rook........ .'1 .
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Department with assistance from the County Sheriff June 9, Bond for Har-
Florida Department of Criminal Law rison was set at $5,000, he was released -
. S :' .,. h Enforcement, located and seized approximately on his own recognizance. ; R1r
... one thousand marijuana Locating the marijuana plants wasa w A e1 +
3 1 ,,plants Friday, June 4. part of a continuing air surveillanceof e+ .wf Ae t'1' _
An arrest warrant was Issued for the county in a joint effort with the
:, those responsible for growing the department of law enforcement to
marijuana seized. The plants were locate and seize marijuana.

located on property five miles west of Sheriff Dolph Reddish stated that pl+ ,I
Lawtey off SR-125. 1,500 feet of during the fly-over, only a few plants
f garden hose, hosevouplings and shut were visible from the air. When a ,
off valves were also confiscated as ground inspection was made it was .,.1.'i
fi they were laid out In an elaborate ir determined there were hundreds of

fJ i rlgatlon system over about a half acre plants under the canopy of myrtle
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J growing. The plants ranged from a',' the.grower's! method of attempting!! ydti
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Deputy Don Denton hauled In the 2,5(HI) feet of 1/2-inch water hose which was
j strung through the woods in an cia bora system with trickling hoses to water ., t h r
jI the marijuana plants, which were fro n a foot to four feet in height. The.hose!. n s
filled the trunk of Denton's car. ,,
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,<< Deputy John Dempsey struggles wit h a large armload of marijuana plants '_ .
.d and his "chaw." The pot patch was spotted from a plane, then deputiesand
ay y Deputies Don Denton, Greg Nichols, I Denton went in and pulled up thee t -
plants. The plants were hauled to thi county jail in the back seat Deputy :
Nichols' patrol car. Marijuana has a 'very distinctive color enabling It to be I
spotted from the air. This was the firstplann flyover of the year. Several more aree _
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\ Starke Woman 1 k ',n, flk. '' DI.aC4.1-SL Decker.;} Black& Decker 7392


7390 1 7308 T 1l4" 2 H P (Max. motor output)
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Times forsure
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but for one Starke family, theneed 7-1/4" SAW \ UTILITY '

for money- and lots of it, is im ", 4. For general' purpose use. CONSTRUCTION
mediate and serious. .
7-1/4" SAW
'Added :. 14/3HPmax.motor( steel
features versatility. .; 4, output) Sturdy
Judith Duffy suffered a heart at- ",; r )wreparoundshoe lor added support.Accepts s V.gI BPllld'" '
tack in 1978 and her health has 1.8 HP(m.". motor ouwraparound ).Sturdy xlsot lr., ";\:; pptlonal-S01 rip lence. Power lock.oil Added features for versatility. b
.ho.lor added support. Double buuon5uardeagalnstaccidental5tarte.Insulated. raoa "
deteriorated since that time Doctorssay Bevel end depth adjustments ,Sawtlatpi 1'Iction chut keeps..wdulIl.w.y 2 HP(m.".motor output)lor the toughest lobb
that Mrs. Duffy needs a heart and quickly,easily made.itwo handles tur_" from Oul\1"6l1ne lor better vlublllty.Two List 36.95 .... ,Metal'upper and lower blade guarde.Sturdy
lung transplant. She has been accepted st.adycontrol.. Power'lpck-oll button rjuftrdi h.ndll'yrl/l/ .- positive,steady contrt",. steel wraparound shoe lor added support. List tI7.50
at Stanford UniversitY. 4nh against accidental starts:Accepts oi lr ljt} !Y ,Poubt Hospital In Palo Alto, California, but 4 i .. 47ar701rlpjino46ewdustAleotonch4! :; .cu4.1"-.t."u: .lgklrq! ) .lly/Md.. n V' **mad*by on.h."dmovemllnt.T..al1.ndle.o. SalerBlacks. -
hashave 'a guarllI'11! "&&rlfroao( ... 'kP..wdu.l.w.1fromc.mlngll...l --- :Ii IIMoyeonfr6lMBeflbMrrnaaanelnralfort', :' '
before the will be scheduled. "tIe ,,_vlelbtilty.7.lI474ombinetlonbled.' motor lor longer life.Sawdust ejection chute $ gO
surgery 7 6
Judith 'Duffy Included:' q; Keeps sawdust away from cutting llneforlltltJ195
Anytime during the next eight mon: better visibility.Accepts optional- rip fence. _. .
ths Mrs. Duffy may be contacted to \ -
leave for Stanford but if $100,000 to > KBMele i9iBiBeDLBiRBiDI! Sale Decker.

cover 12 months living expenses, plus B/acka Decker.
plane tickets and hospitahzation costs FLORIDATHEATRE'' M9 ,are 7604
is not in an account the operation will 7393

not take place. 3/4 HP ROUTER 2-1/4 HP CIRCULAR SAW .,e fa

The Martin Duffy family moved to, Black SL Decker. VJUl1.Il-PI.I1I""
Starke 964-5451 TRADE
.: Starke seven years ago from Added feelureelorvsree111ity.
Youngstown Ohio. Mr. is Built lough with 7.114"combinatlonblade.
97OO Excellent Y.lu.ln 3/4 HP Router.Urgepositive
guar 5 DAYS
: employed as a security at .1! 2.25HP'max.motor( output). Ball endrolleredluetmenbcellbratadlnlM4"ryanmarrlnp
J iIO I control hendleeVertical 1 depth
Camp Blanding. They live in the Frl. thru Tues. ELECTRIC' I STAPLER. / bs.rlnpsShothoeforpreatarmaneuvanNEW
ability. 10 It.cord stays. flexible In cold workingconditions
with four of
Bradford Trailer
park /TTNVMLUSPIUS base.Conv.nl.nl.lld..cllon switch for LlJt 98.49
their eight children still at home. continuous hand control.' Flat top Daubleln.ulelold.Designedspecifically
Daniel IS, David is 12 and April is 9. "' p/0 makes router self-supporting easy bit gives added for support.builders.Excellent Wraparound visibility steel either shoe'for Sale

Daughter Pam is a sophomore at a. Added features for versatility. changing.cord. Directed air exhaustkeeps side.Two handle surf sees for positive,steady

Eckerd Cone Drives 9 staple sizes: 1/4",5/18".3/8".1/2" lubricated working bearings.area ciar.Allpermanently control Convenient locking knob for quick S 8 500

'"We just can't 'afford the operation and 9/16", List 23.99 eaey adjustments Accepts optional rip fence
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u. Lilt 47.05 13 rated -'
," said Pam. Family savings fDI !' Us*for upholstery and furniture repair : amp
-' '' !!fE.:: Installing Insulation, tile callings Installing
have been wiped out since Mrs. Duf- : ... Sale
fy's heart attack. On the average of plastic sheeting f lor Insulation, repair or Sale Black Decker. '
building screens tacking art canvas or 7eOO
once a month Mrs. Duffy who has fabric to frame. Exclusive solid state .$ 2199 $ 9 9 7397
3 9
congestive heart failure, must returnto 301 DRIVE IN' circuitry,delivers maximum powerto stroke .
j 7-1/4" VERTICALLYCIHCULARSAW .
the hospital to have the excessive BuitI-Infabrlcscreen stretcher front end.
fluid drained from her body; Mrs. Easy back end loading permits loading from
Duffy's doctor, Dr. Lome Singer of -5 DAYS any position.Three conductor 10"cord. y I

Gainesville says the surgery is need Frl. .
ed immediately. Due to their finan- thru'Tues. TRADE
cial situation the family has made ap- 7397
plication to the Ncilscn Transplant BEACHGIRLS 2:25: HP(max motor output)). Powerful mote
Foundation in Jacksonville but at this, BlackaDeckeaack&DeckerBait bearing construction. Made to meet the Lilt 1S4.89
time they do-not know if they will be-) demanding needs of builders and
professional curpenters.Sawdust election
accepted, according toPam. 7580 Sale
7404 f4o4 system keeps cutting line clean.Oversize
PLUS VARIABLE SPEED rerracllnglev.rlokleph.nduw.ylrom 5
FINISHING SANDER
IG SAW blade, Double Insulated Full wraparound she$1199J
The two 1,350 foot towersof Texas Chainsaw UTILITY lor added support Accepts optional UI915
the World Trade Center For general purpose) use. VAlDPPLDJra. rip fenceAdded -
in New York Massacre feature versatility.
City occupy Designed' for general purpose sanding Good BackCDeckeprw4 *
only two acres but can aecommodate -, for fine finishing wood,metal plastics 1/3: HP(max.motor output).Slide control
130,000 people. Rated R Extra fast 10,000 orbits per minute means switch on handle lets you choose the speed
smoother Ilnl.hlng.I.llter materiel removal E to suit the lob and material.Calibrated tilting 7504 con ".2:. sale
.- ahoe for making bevel,compound mitre cuts,
.. ----- ----- and easier use Designed for one or two- JIG SAW
: hand control. Flush sands on 3 sides. 15eo A good choice(or ill-purpose use.Easier $1 5 gg
Double Insulated Front handle for extra pocket cutting.Better control. Double UTILITY
size Insulated.cord with Integral'strain relief. For '
control. Paper 3.5/8"C9"(113( general purpose use.
standard sheet Two prong convenience.Includes U2151Comhln.llonRlpFenceadCircle
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Guide.MakesstnlghtcurvedandscrollCuteln!
Sale wood,metal',plastics' snd other materials.'
Usl 27.IS Sale This versatile time-saver does'Innumerable
95 Hit 35.65 |obs around the home and In the workshop.
24 $3150 Double'Insulated Accepts optional U2151
rip fence and circle guide.'Includes wood


Black Decker. Blacks Dec ape Blac.aeckep. Lilt 41.05


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3/8" VARIABLE SPEED 7436 7190 318"VARIABLESPEED Sale

REVERSING DRILL 1/3 SHEET DUAL ACTION tat 42.69 REVERSING WITHINFINITE $3590

FINISHING SANDER SPEEDD LOCK
,60 Years :of Service'TtiBradfordUnionClay 11_ p z.l1E-P.u6'1111 Sale lI
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For general purpose)use. lief Dual Action:orbital for fast material'removal',
Residents for finest finishing sanding.Optional Added features versatility.
Unique Design:All-Purpose drill with capacity .rr.lghilln.
We offer the bereaved family all of the services involved In a and drilling power 013/8"drill;speed and duet collecting attachment keeps! /3 HP(max motor output) ICS a/drill;ItsvaraetlktyOf114'drill."Aecger
t NonTrlpger" dustunder conlrol.Flush sands on:3 sides. aamvdrher.Revergngswitch orbackingdSlhrart42500lLPMWNIyouplCktMapaWIQ
traditional funeral and burial having been established for C 1surrgripoLmpaforundpaper.6H.cordwlth I I ieze out screws,removing"Jammed drill bits. hql
many yean in our facility. we" are able to provide.our fine suit the)Job.,Powerful 1/3 HP(max.motor. List 27.S&>> Inlaprgalrgnnlla.DouaalnwlstaQnfx40e, Trigger can be locked correct speed for '
b .services to you at less cost. r output).naversingswitohfafemovqyI grounding.. / MOlt Job, Double Insulated.Exclusive recessed
screws,nuts,Jammed drill bits.(Larger capacity Sale center locking button guards against
3/8"chuck to do bigger Jobs.Double Insulated, seaWentu"toelwn6'aordwllitlMegraMarla
;. DeWitt C.-;:Jones fFuneral 'r:;: no grounding. $2 5 9 5 strain relief. ,

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: :i Starke": Keystone Hgts:, 'ant all Hxna upon durlnf the .ttie liability! r=la dep dka n+ JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY: .t_

.: 964-6200 .;473-3176 from ttie mMiufMtimr. The retailor re- lake Bettor US 301 S. Starts KeystsiM .HelaM*'
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Ernest Howard Graveside funeral services were villc, N.J.Funeral. Mr.and Mrs. Thomas Lamb of Lake Mrs. Blackburn was born In SI ark e, Is in charge' of arrangements.
brother, Richard E. moving to Delano,'Calif. and Inert to Mrs Caldwell died in the North
Butler one
,June ,in were held ;
held at 11 a.m. Tuesday 8 the services at 10
Mr. Ernest Howard, 84, of Melrose, Hospital,
Eliam Cemetery at Melrose with Rev. a.m. Monday, June 7 in the chapel of Lamb of Old Town; three sisters, Altamonte 1 Springs in 1973. Florida Regional
died in the Alachua General June 8.
Hospital Mrs. Lula Mae Bridgeman of Lake Survivors include her husband, Gainesville Tuesday
Fred G. Yerkes officiating. DeWitt C. Dewitt C. Jones Funeral Home with
Gainesville, Sunday afternoon.A Jones Funeral Home was in charge of Mr. Robert Mojonnier officiating. Interment Butler; Miss Laura E. Lamb of Lake Fred Blackburn; a daughter, LyndaB. Born in Fairfield, Fla. Aug. 21,
native of Romford, England, he arrangements. was in Hillcrest Memorial Butler and Miss Ramona Lamb of Cundiff of Valrico, Fla.; a brother, 19(12( she and her late husband,JamesG
moved to Melrose from Panama in Park in Gainesville. Lake Butler Carr Colley of Starke,and four grand Caldwell, had lived in Raiford and
the early 1940's. Mr. Howard was a Helen E. ByronMrs. Funeral services were held Mon- children. Starke for over 54 years
veteran of the New Zealand Army Helen E. Byron, 83, of Thomas Randall LambMr. day, June 7 at 3 p.m. in the Chapel of Graveside funeral services were Mr$. Caldwell was former a
World War I. He was a retiremechanical Keystone Heights, died in the Regency Thomas Randall Lamb 22, of Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler Tuesday, June 8 at 2 p.m. at housekeeper! for the Bradford. County
engineer, and was a Oaks Convalescent Center In Lake Butler, died Friday night from with Elder W.W. Jordon conducting Woodlawn Cemetery. Tamoa Hospital t ':retiring in 1968.Survivors
member of Trinity Episcopal Church. Gainesville, Friday evening, June 4. injuries suffere In an automobile accident I the services Burial will follow in Oak Lila M. Caldwell. include five daughters,
between Newberry and Grove Cemetery under the directionof Mary Jo Anderson of Ventura, Calif.,
Survivors include a brother, Stane- She moved here 25 years ago from Gainesville Archer Funeral Home. Memorial services for Lila M. Li Id.Rae Yawn of Starke June Ed.
ly Howard of Somerset, England; two Mendham, N.J. She was a member of Mr. lamb was a graduate of Union Caldwell, 79,..of Starke. will be at 3 wards of Kingsley/! Lake Peggie Gar
sisters Mrs. William Skerrit and the Community Church. County High School in 1979. Hewas Lois C. Blackburn pm.: Friday June 11, in the First cia of Camarillo, Calif: and Frances
.Mrs. Albert Ford, both of London; a Survivors include a nephew, Dr. employed in the construction businessas Mrs. Lois C. Blackburn, 70, of Presbyterian Church with Rev. Cliff Belt'he of Norfolk, V'a 17 grandchildren
nephew, Capt. A.W. Howard, Jr., William Gould,of Tempe,Ariz.,and a assistant died H. McLeod, Jr.' officiating.. and three great-
a masonary Saturday,
USN Ret., Melrose niece, Mrs. William Townend of Den- He is survived by his parents, June Altamonte 5. 'Springs DeWitt C, :,Jones_ Funeral Home. ttraiichiluren: : .


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Merle CromartieMrs. day,June Bat 10 a.m. in the Church of Survivors include\ two dauglhcrs, died Saturday at North Florida Sipprell of Florahome; a daughter, 12 !great-grandchildren.
the Good Shepherd, with Chaplin Gertrude Towery and Gladys Anderson Regionalllilspilai. Kathryn S. Warren of Melrose; a Memorial services will be held on
Merle Cromartie, of Jackson James L. Jones and Rev. Arthur R. both of Jacksonville; four sons, sister, Floresa S.' Stoutamire of Friday, June 11. at 5:30 p.m. in St.
ville residence died. Saturday, June 5 at her Lee III, officiating. Burial was in the W.A. Keene, Houston Texas; Vanice A native of British Columbia, Mr. Gainesville; and four grandchildren Anne's Episcopal Church. Father'
Evergreen Cemetery Keene, Macclcnny; R.C. Keene, Sipprell moved to Melrose 25 years Perry Collins will officiate. In lieu of
Mrs. Cromartie, widow of the late Pallbearers were C.E Chalker, Jacksonville; Harley Keene, Starke; ago from Florahome. He was a Mathilda F. WhiteheadMrs. flowers, contributions may be made
George Cromartie, was a native of E.G. Aid Arthur Farford, Joe Gard- three sisters, Elsie Bradley, Starke; retired farmer and a member of the Mathilda F. Whitehead, 95, of 10 St, Anne's Episcopal. Church.
Trilby, Fla and had lived in Jackson- ner, J.R. Sams and R.W. Wyse. Susan Fox, Hastings': Julie Nelson, Trinity Episcopal Church in Melrose. Keystone Heights, died Wednesday DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home,
ville since 1914. She was a member of George H. Hewell Northside Funeral Jacksonville; 14l1randchildren and 22 A graduate of the University of evening, June 2, at her home following Keystone Heights is in charge of ar-
the Survivors Church of the Good Shepherd. Home was in charge. great-grandchildren. Florida, Mr. Sipprell was a memberof /( a long illness. rangf>mt"nts. .
include a daughter and Graveside funeral services were Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity, past Born in New York City on August In MemorialIn
son-in-law, Mr. and ,Mrs. Allen Monday June 7 at 11 a.m. at Dyal president and director,of the Putnam 15, 1886, Mrs. Whitehead moved from
Stanwlx-IIay; a grandson and Nancy Keene Hunter Cemetery. Rev Chuck Blair and Rev. St. Johns Counties Farm Bureau, the New Jersey to Keystone Heights in memory of our son and brother,
granddaughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Nancy Keene Hunter,90,of Starke, Charles Fouraker officiated. George Melrose Volunteer Fire Department 1951. She was a member of St, Anne's Robert M Nail, who left us 15 years I
Raymond Stanwix-Hay; two great- died June 4 at the home of her son-in- Hewell and Sons Funeral Home, 4747N. the Melrose Water Association and Episcopal Church. ago. Just a loving thought
grandchildren, John and Jane law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.John Main,Jacksonville,was in charge the Melrose Chapter of the American Survivors included two daughters, Just a silent tear
Stanwix-Ilay, and an aunt, Mrs. Anderson, of Jacksonville. Association of Retired Persons. Mrs..Ruth Bleha of Keystone Heights. Just a beautiful memory of one
Hassle Mahoney.Funeral She was born April 16, 1892 in Baker C. Murray SipprellC. and Mrs" Grace Carfagno of St. We love so dear.
services were held Tues; County. Murray Sipprell, 77, of Melrose Survivors include a son. Scott R. Petersburg; two_.grandchildren! and Mother& Brothers



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! t : Bradford Man being treated by the Bradford County Thomas Randall Lamb, 21,of Lakq the Impact. was stopped he ran into the bathroom with driving while Intoxicated and ?
: County Mental Health Guidance Program, Butler, died at the scene of multiple Kathleen Mary Lcnczewski, 28, ot at Shufords Standard Station, accor driving while his license was suspend-,
-,. Fires At Deputies injuries while a passenger Eddie I/ar Jacksonville was cited for wilful- ding to Patrolman David Crurn. "I
j I ren Graham, 20, of Lake City died in ed.Bond set at $500 for bout
Jt : Armed with a shotgun and a knife,a Georgia Woman wanton reckless driving In the accident Randy Ira Broskey and Leon was
Bradford County man reportedly an ambulance on the way to the according to Trooper Kenneth Cooper, both 25, of Starke were arrested charges, he was released on his own
fired at two Clay County Sheriff's Dies in Crash On SR-121 hospital, according to Trooper E. G. Etheridge. The driver and a at Dees Grocery Store for recognizance.Mary .
Perdue. passenger Frank W. Mann II of '- disorderly intoxication, according to Ann Lyons reported a broken ;
deputies as he ran from them June 4. Amelia Mae Lambert, 25, of St. I
Several people at the scene said Jacksonville were taken to Shands Patrolman Jerry Miller. Bro&keyand windshield in her 1979 Toyota Corolla,
Franklin Pendarvis, 25, of Lawtey George, Ga. died as a result of Injuries
arrested by Bradford County sustained in an accident 2.9 they had been heading north on Teaching Hospital by Rescue 75. Cooper were fighting in front of the she gave a describlion of a man which
was SR-241 shortly before the accidentand Lenczewski SR later found to be Buckhalterwho
with miles north of Macclenny SR-121 traveling on -100 store. police
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deputies assault charged on a police officer aggravated June 4.Lambert. they had been passed by the El passed in a no passing zone at a high Broskey was released on a $50 cash had a 3 foot long stick in his car.
Paul Camino which1' had been traveling rate of speed (estimated at 85 mph bond and Cooper was released on Further charges of criminal mischiefare
to Deputies Stegalland '
" according Pendarvis entering SR-121 from "crazy" just before the accident, going plus), went out of control, skidding, recognizance, his bond was set at to follow after damage esimatesare
was
John Dcmpsoy. Steele Bridge Road, failed to stop and off the road to pass other cars at a and sliding sideways into a power received, according to Patrolman
SO where he
released to Clay County bond. pulled into the path of a 1981 Cadillac high rate of speed. pole. When the vehicle struck the pole $100.Patricia MacGregor, 18, of Starke, Jerry Miller.
is held $15,000
being on SO called to and was struck broadside. There is Area residents said the collision parts of it flew and struck the occupants was arrested and charged with Gerald Edward Brown, Jr. of
Clay County Land north was of no stop sign on Steele Bridge Road at sounded like nearby thunder. The El) of Clarence Wm. Melton'svehicle. disorderly conduct June 4, according Keystone Heights was arrested and
Florida investigate Reptile a possible grand Lawteyto theft present, according to Trooper D. S. Camino was bent around the tree, its to Captain Scotty Rhoden and charged with having no valid driver's
Friday afternoon. Pendarvis was Cranford. rear section nearly touching the front. Melton, passengers Teresa Meltonof Patrolman Jerry Miller. license June 6. Brown had been
standing inside the store at the attraction Lambert was taken to Baptist The car had passed a truck heading Hampton and Pamela M.Schultz of MacGregor was involved in a drinking according to Hampton Mar-
north on SR-241,mowed down a row of High Springs were also treated at disturbance at the Majik Mkt. on
but ran to his truck when the Hospital by Lite-Flight. A 10-year-old shall R. Simmons.
Burnscd of mailboxes on the west side of the road Shands Hospital.The Adkins, she was ordered to leave, cash
deputies arrived, taking a large bunting passenger Tracy L. St. Brown was released on a $50
about one half mile south of the tree. Corvette valued at $8,000 was became belligerent and was arrested.
knife from the bed of his truck George,was taken to Fraser Hospitalin bond.
and putting it in his shorts. He then Macclenny. The driver of the The car then went back across the totaled, damage to Melton's 1963 Bond was set at $100, she was
into his truck and a chase began Cadillac, Earl L. Parish of Macclenny highway, swerved a second time Chevrolet was$50. Property damageto released on her own recognizance. Timothy John Sakoswki, 24, of
got thru the woods and roads around was treated and released from headed off the road, bounced and the Clay Electric power pole was Robert Daniel Johnson, 21, of Starke was arrested and charged with
Fraser. went airborne into the tree at about 90 $3,200. Miami was charged with having no counterfeiting a revalidation: sticker
Lawtey Pendarvis got his truck mph, according to the Florida valid driver's license June 5, accor June 6, according to Lt. Lane Sibley
stuck near the wet mill on DuPont Damage to Parish's Cadillac was Highway Patrol. Arrests In ding to Patrolman Willie Searcy. and Patrolman Steve Backus.
property and tried to get Doris Cole,a $8,000, damage to Lambert's 1976 Johnson was released on a $50 cash Sakowski had altered his tag
DuPont employee to help him, telling Chevrolet was $1,500. Car TotaledAt Starke Area bond. sticker on his truck. Bond was set at
Cole he was hunting. Pendarvis then 22, of Starkewas he' was released on own
Timothy Henry Byers Leon Charles Buckhalter, 32, of $100
took off.thru the woods with a gun, High Speed ImpactA with .
follow Two Die When Car arrested and charged Starke, was arrested and charged] recognizance.The
motioning for the deputies to
1977 Corvette was totaled when it trespassing and petit larceny. Byers .
him, as he fired shots in the air. Slams Into Tree took aluminum cans froman
struck a pole at a high rate of alledgedly
power
at
Pendarvis was later picked up a Two area men died in a wreck on miles south of individual at the Hand I-Way Food
speed on SR-100 9
relative's home in by Brad of six nations Franco Mexico the
Lawtey Adkins St. Byers also flags Spain, ,
SR-241 near Gainesville when their of Stop at
June 6.
Starke on Passengers
ford deputies. Republic of Texas, 'the Confederate States of America,
1974 El Camino struck an oak tree at a struck of alledgedly was trying to get in the
another car were by parts I
According to Deputy Dempsey, and, of course, the United States -have flown over Texas.
he
Bertie when
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Optometrlcs Society (NEFOS). the place to sink his roots. Prints 2
"It's unusual for a small town doc- "Starke is a lot like Orange Park ...r Solids &
tor to selected to a post like this" was 15 years ago," he said. "You can
said Dr. Arthur Leonard Schlofman. still get to know people,still relate to
"Most of the time the job goes to them on a one-to-one basis. This is going
somebody from Jacksonville." to be my home now- forever."I 16" 3 Speed AUtO Ceiling Fan
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years he has served as Vice- showing horses again." save 5.00
President, President-Elect and now An avid horseman as a youth, Len $33.99 $1.17 $11 88has
President of the organization. and his two sisters Kathy and Debra, 12"OSclllatgFanStavco and savs.ooIFan! .
The district encompasses an area have won more than 180 trophies for 3 speeds to adjust to changing temperatures..
that includes Fernandina Beach, showing horses. Len will donate mostof KSD1157. Reg. 2999
Jacksonville St. Augustineand the,trophies to a local saddle club. $2888.
Starke. Fifty-six doctors are in Shlofman received his degree from Disc Reg. 33"
NEFOS which is a professional the University of Tennessee in 1974. Reg
regulatory group. From there,he attended the exclusive 539.87 \ TC&Y "Walk on"
"NEFOS is one of seven regional Illinois College of Optometry. His list CAMERA!
groups in the state. It serves many of extracurricular activities is long RExclusi 00
functions;. sponsoring public service and Impressive- Member of Omega
affairs such as "Save Your Vision Delta Vice President of his Senior
Week," investigating complaints Class, Gold Key Treasurer, Student $ PulloverSHIRT
registered against doctors, setting up Council for four years- to name a 4..8.7
speaking engagements, among other few, as well as his list of awards and /'
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Dr. Schlofman began working in Young Men of America (twice) a r rfeCt for
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husband.David Dodge and her daughter,Jennifer. Dodge graduated from
Denver University and has excellent training and background In TV and at the TC&Y Starke store
Films from experience In Miami.
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which Mrs. Dodge starred as Gay Wellington. advertised m.chandi..Insd.quateSupply
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Starke Man's Car to be Featured in Trade Magazine Pot Haul. From J g. 11*
to conceal the plants from air and Sheriff Reddish has requested the
iffI Super Chevys Limited Magazinewill says that it's all original ground view. This office has inten balance from the Special Trust Fundto
: publish a photograph of a Starke 'except for the tires." Jerry sull! sified its effort in the and be used on drug-related Invlitlgalions : -
growing
man s car in a future edition. drives around in the Chevy,and took distribution of illegal drugs. Sheriff Previously the county was
,I Jerry Smith's black 1904 Chevy II It up to the blue springs show "just to Reddish given $8,700 for a patrol car. The
with (the cooperationof
.. iYl1+ was photographed at the May 15"Rod get? it out of the garage for awhile." our citizens says,plus what we In law enforcement Sheriff said his intention Is to step up
Run near Blue Springs,FL for even- He adds that "it's been about five do, Investigation of drug sales and
can
together we
tual publication in the magazine. years since its had a paint Job." the cansuppress growers of marijuana. "I know of no
drug business in Brad-
'. Super Chevys Limited Is published "I've had people offers to bur it,but ford County." Any information! greater need,we have not in the past
monthly out of Orlando and is It's not for sale right knew by concerned citizens will provided be made such a directed effort as we in-
"Dedicated to the,preservation and when"I bought it that it would be like kept confidential. tend to do,"said Reddish.
restoration of original or modifiedcars. this.
This includes Camaros from Accident leads to 'ossettsion" Charge.
1907-1982, Chevelles and El Caminos Card of Thanks
officer
of law enforcement
from 1965-73, Us battery an
Chevy and Novas
Thanks to our many friends and Whilo investigating an accident on and resisting arrest! with violence.
from 1965-76, Impalas from 1965-69 close neighbors for their care duringour north US-301 at 1:23 a.m on June 9, Reagan became extremely violent
and the Super" Sport Monte Carlo 1970 recent illness. Starke police obscrvcred what appeared when the police tired to place her in
and 1971 Special thanks lo the Health to be quaaludes on the street I the patrol car and take her to the
"k was surprised when the Department, Bradford County The accident occurred when a 19110 I hospital for possible injuries. A man
photographers started taking/ pictures Hospital,T/r.Sarnt and all their staff. Chevrolet swerved into a parked who was attempting to help the officer
I didn't think the
car was that tractor-trailer near Georgia St. The ,
Also, Jeannette Faza and Cordelia was bitten on the leg by Reagan
nice. Jerry said. "I knew it was a driver of the car was attempting to Miller
McCrary, who saw we were never according to Patrolman Jerry
rare car; that was the first year for conceal a shoe box under clothing in
alone and had nourishing cooked food Reagan remained violent throughout
the V-8,4-speed and bucket seats,and
daily. We arc grateful to all dear the back seat That box was found to the night al Bradford County
.- they only made about 500 of them.The friends,in and out of Bradford Countywho contain quaaludes, there were also Hospital,according to police records.
magazine people said they had only I quaaludes under the seat in the car.
with
to aid. was also charged .
.. came our Reagan
'. 'J-' ....' '.. seen three. Corinne Alvarez Sarah Corine Reagan! ,27,of Starke, ,I careless driving
Smith has owned the car for nine was charged with possession! of a controlled Chevrolet was
Virginia A. McGuire Damage to Reagan's
_.. substance (quaalude; .J1.8)), truck was$50,
-- .... .. ., .. .S6.000.. .,damage.. to. the. .. .
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Elementary School finished up its 1981-8::

school year with a talent show held 01 ,
Wednesday and Thursday.Approximately .
140 students hitched: ul p| l"j
their courage and took to the stage to per.. ,'j
form songs, dances, baton routines skits.
..ir' r -i iF igikr acrobatics, and all sorts of acts. Joining,
{ in the fun were teachers, and high schoo I -:
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If : '' Javonsho Monroe,and Connie: Risby; nant; Julie Ferguson and Yvonne teachers Mrs. Dee Cartova, Mrs.
140'pupiJ
at Chassady Fowler, Christina Hall and Bobo, Kelley Hinson; JoJo Jackson; Maria Kopelousos, and Mrs. Carolyn
Soidhside Elementary-School went on"stage Jessica Hollenbaugh; KimberlyJones Dawn Jackson; Amy Noegel and Taylor as they starred in "Make-Up r
before fellow students, "
Maria Toth, Wendy Ruis, Bren Dana Williams. Capers.
teachers, and some parents on the
last two mornings of the school year. Griffis, and Jenny Glisson; Brad Rhonda VicKers was a real Mrs Nichols' and dance uson's SUMMER COOLER SALE
The .audience enjoyed watching Neighbors; Katina Kelley; Amy Grif- cheerleader in full uniform with kindergarten students to "I
classmates twirl batons, dance, sing, fis and Patrick Hurst; Laura Wales; pompoms Love 'A Rainy Night" between the
skater act"In mimes, twist and flip Tiajuanna Jones; Tara Dawson; first and second acts.A .
with acrobatics; ;and play the piano. Rosa Goines and Amy Woods; Shanda Kenny Solomon, a second grader special treat at the Thursday per-
Teachers Mary Agnes Ferguson Barnes, Clay vey, and Nicole Wan- dressed as a hobo, did a magic act. formance was the appearance of two
lanctSPeg StanwixHaywere excited ton; Leroy ; Holly Shields and Jonathan A'ergusonJason Canova, talented Bradford High School r 1i
about the number of students who Joe Tomarchio; Janice Davy; Diane Brian Canova, Brian Hall and Jason seniors, Lois Moore and Rennie Len-
participated. A lot of talent was uncovered Morgan; Kelly Griffis. Linda Barnes; Welty presented two mimes: "Three non. Lois and Rennie played the piano ..
and Diane Sweat.A ..
I and no one suffered stage Billy Goats Gruff" and "The Three and sang. They were very com- .
of dancers entertainedthe o --
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Principal Jesse Morre, who saw to crowd. Dancers were: Stephanie among the Southside students.
I it tfiat each participant received a ribbon Agin, Kelly Ann Duncan, and Brooke Marvin 'Slocum, Mike Tierney, the
I ; said he hoped the end-of-the-year Watson; Tanya Rackard; Latara Johnny Mitchell, Edwin DeLoach, Mn Moore congratulated audience, used New Repossessed
students on being a good
Jackson, Wyntriette Chandler. Erica
&h<$w would become an annuai event. and Glenn Birch presented a short Mrs.
Fifth grader John Smith served as Isler, Tawana Kinsler and Traci play titled, "You're Out!I" thanked Mrs. Ferguson
iMifster of Ceremonies for the Striglers; Tina Lindsay.Tracy Davy, Stanwix-Hay, Mrs. Carolyn Taylor
I Tonya Mitchell, Annette DeSue; The show was divided into four and Mrs. Debbie Woodfin for organizing -
On Thursday
Wednesday Allison performance.Farnsworth announced- Christy Carner and Kim Sheppard; acts. Each act contained talent from the show, and expressed his hope
each broad category Entertainment that the show become an annual
I each act during the two hour show. Santa Barnes, Jamie Dean, and
Latanya Mitchell; Patrick Marks, between acts included the antics of event.
I The baton twirlers were: Jennifer
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Kight, Kim Fowler, and Lyn Pupils also played selections on the FPISWAJTWISCPRODUCTS
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the Lori Mann, Heather Lawson, and
Students in gymnastics-
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,Ig ;. ; Enjoy Trip 0 ) ,, -, ? VtftJf! : tit ,.( ; ; \. :

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\' ; Bruce Jcnncr and Eric lleidon ; Glenn Plimpton; Travis Thorn- Edmonton professional soccer game :

V could not have been any prouder than ton; Tommy West, won a gold medalin and a special concert was put on by "i"A ( ,fit
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\\rl, wore the Bradford County Special (he standing!, long Jump competi Wolfman Jack on Saturday night
i Olympians who participated In the lion Boh McCoj ; Albert McDuffie; after the competition at the games 't: + .esgL wrr

Slate Special Olympic games held Betty Pennington, won a gold medalin was over -'.
,: recently at the University of South the softball throw (competition, and On Sunday, the Special Olympianswere

Florida, Tampa. Henry Wilkes, won a silver medal in to be guests at Busch Gardens ;

The games were held during the the !Softball throw competition. but a rainstorm delayed the trip and .
Memorial Day weekend, and the fourteen Bradford County went to Six Gun Territory s --
Not brought home silveror
everyone a
Bradford in Ocala instead.In .
t County persons brought representing home plenty of gold gold medal, but everyone making addition to all of the planned ac- ...,
the trip to Tampa was a winner. From :
r and silver medals for their efforts in tivities, there was always a smile or a :
the off the bus
moment they stepped
their individual events. pat o nthe back for a job well done,
at Fontana Hall (USF), each and
Representing Bradford County was and had a wonderful time j
everyone! ,
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participant was made to feel ,, '
every
Ronald Brown; Bernie Campbell; one they 11 never forget. Everyonewas i. =:
and that andover "
special
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proven over .
I Ronald Davis, won a gold medal in a winner, and the games were : : :
the different
I the softball throw competition; again that by many activities truly a "Celebration of Love." : -.-.>MIl ::
were planned for them
Charles Ellis, won a silver medal in. Serving as chaperons for the trip :"
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the Frisbee throw and a silver medalIn were Mrs Anna Clayton Misses Bar- J
They were welcomed with danceat
the softball throw; Donnie Griffith, a bara Carideo and Vcrdell Hall, Tina :
the Sun Dome after the
won a silver medal in the 400 meter opening Hemme, Miss Lesley Simmons, .
dash; Luckie Harvey, won a gold ceremonies Friday night They were Ralph Nordgren and Ted Brown. ; :L: ::.: a. ,

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I Bass Bluegill Bitin' in Sampson ., .

Special Day....

Sampson Lake near Starke affords for game Ci&h.Krummrich. reproduction for the past two years It was a special day for those Bradford Countlans who

the bass or bluegill fisherman an excellent stated that although no fishermen Krummrich advised local traveled to the Tampa Special Olympics. !Making the -
to fish the '
opportunity to catch fish according big bass were collected during the beds open water trek were: (Photo bottom right, front row, L to R) .l J.- :
around
to the Florida Game and samole, numerous intermediate bass areas hydrilla and fish Charles Ellis Ronald Davis Glen Plimpton.Kalph Nor-

Fresh Water Fish Commission's Divi- were collected attractors. dgren Leslie Simmons.;Travis Thornton, Darrell Rich, to .
sion of Fisheries "Bass fishing in Sampson can be tificial Bass fishermen using small, ar- Luckie Harvey and Bernie Cambell. (Back row, L to R) trq

"During a recent sample of the fish excellent for 1-5 pound fish," he said. purple worms are having the Ronald Brown Tommy West, Albet McDuffie Bob McCoy a t '
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most while bream sr
fishermen
population, large numbers of Additionally, through electro- success live crickets:: fished above Donnie Griffith Michael Gaines, Anna Clayton,
harvestable bluegill were collected fishing samples, large numbrs of 1-10 the using just Tina Hemme, Henry Wilkes and Ted Brown.
around the hydrilla beds in 10-12 feet inch largemouth bass were hydnlla. are harvesting most Photo top left) Charles Ellis throws the shot put.

of water," said Jerry Krummnch, recovered. indicating excellent bluegills.Contest (Photo top right) Bernie Cambell receives a medal. 1

fisheries region. biologist for the northeast Most Beautiful BabyOnly Set July 10 ,

"Hydnlla beds In deep water were
far more productive than shoreline one month remains until the Image Maker at 1207! N. Temple in Marine Pfc. Hart Ends

areas," Krummrich said. first "Most Beautiful Baby Contest" Starke. Applications, a non- Exercise at Fort Pickett : a

Sampson is a typical tannic acid July 10, with the number of contestant returnable photograph nd the $20 en- Marine Pfc. Gary C. Hart, son of

stained lake, which historically is a entries limited to fifty, according to try fee must be submitted as soon as Leola Hart of Brooker, recently par- -

poor producer of fish. However, pageant coordinator Debra Norman. possible.An ticipated in a "Combined Arms Exercise" t
The contest is to all area infants overall male and female winner
Sampson has an ideal vegetative open at Fort Pickett, Va.
habitat that offers a good area for and toddlers between the ages of will be chosen, as well as winners in He Is a member of the 3rd Bat-

reproduction and a good forage area 6-20 months, and is sponsored by the each of the following categories: most talion, 10th Marines, Camp Lejeune,
beautiful eyes, cutest smile, cutest N.C.
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During the two month exercise, his
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Veterinary Lutalyse aids in scheduled calf production $1:4.0 t TROpi.cOOL.ade, (White onlV'

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/ Let Synchronize breed your herd to produce calves School :tiousJe 52" Antique Brass $75 00 TNII< \;

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HORSE FEED HORSE FEED to SENIOR CITIZENS VAUGHN-JOHNSON CO.

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PERSONAL PERSONAL PERSONAL RENT MISCELLANEOUS ,
PERSONAL INSURANCE FOR SALE AAA
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SERVICES SERVICES *
NICE BUILDING-Suitable for SERVICES REAL ESTATE ,
FREE PUPPIES Call 473-3963 MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY HOUSEHOLD FURNITUREFOR ,
small business.Call .
office
CARPENTER or AGENCY
WOUKlRemodeling 1 Itchg 610'FOR : 160 S. Lake Ave. Lake SALE Including exercise
6/10 CUSTOM MADE DRAPeRIES
tit Saturday
3-FAMILV 9am. 473.2653ltchg
'. work kitchen SATURDAY SUNDAY, 9-5, Butler 4963978. Complete bike, buffer, large Ph. 752.0577
cabinet*, and trim Dressing tablechairs Oak colonial sofa and Free estimatesLocal
mirror chllds
desk toys clothes, distributors for completelywashable Insurance Service. TFN battery New Home Site. 10'/.
carp.nt.r. Reasonable tables; sales counter and HOMES FOR operated car. Phone
prices. Call 473-2477 7:30: household items SR.21 partition. Bok.r Road at SALE nationally 431.1875.Itchg 6/10. ac. priced to sell. JuarW..t
am. 5:30 p.m 5/1 tfnchg. south between Peach and Magnolia Itpd 6/10. SALEDEERWOOD advertised GardsetteDraperies. REAL of Swift Creek. and
CARPENTRY AND MASONRY Satsuma Sts Itchg 6/10 LAKE LOT on sand bottomedlake SAW Enterprises BULLDOG PUPPIES; : Male North of 100 on county..

WORK Building patios WASHER,"KENMORE, Hideaway HILLS large. in Hillcrest. $800 Ed or loma ESTATE $50 Females $25. Johnson graded road. _,
addition, remodeling, bed sofa, many WANTEDUSED bedrooms, 2-full baths, down $146.44 per month. Stephen 4962219. ,Grocery 496-2714. Large Farm Tract 334acres.
homes and til. work. Fr.. smaller items. Good condi- doublewlde M.H. on Phone 473-4058 or 5/1/80TFN. LOOKING fOR a special 496-2183 1 Itchg 6/10 May subdivide. far
timates. Phon. 473-4473 tion. Turn on 352 to Gator WILSON T-2000 t.nnl. 2-acres 27000. 473-4367 after 6 p.m.5/1 PORCH SALE! Don't miss piece of property If I Idon'l qualified .buyer er sell| :

during day. 5/5 rfn chg. Bone Lak. Box 400,Frl.. racquets, call 473-2210 or WOODLAND DRIVE 3.BR, tfnchg this I Friday Jun. 11, ...have. It. I'll find it-Just FREE ENGLISH IVY Weeping w/e equipment. Terms., '
ELECTROLYSIS I is th. only Sat., Sun. 9 a.m. 5 p.m. 473.4380 after 5:00: p.m.tfn 1 Bath 1,40O sq ft. Central LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- Saturday Jun. 12, B a.m. otk JANE S. USHER. Willow Tree $5 Silver M have several custom
m.thod of permanent hair Itpd 6/10 pd 2/. H/A 38000. Call Keystone Heights, owner until 9 p.m. 380 N.W..3rdSt. REALTOR t 4962126 or Dollar Eucalyptus Tree $6, built homes waiting for a
removal. Amy'. Elec CHRISTIAN RIDERS from Keystone Heights Realty financed 12 percent In- Lak. Butler, rain or 496-2903, eves., "Your Parklnsonia In bloom $10, Goad
trolysis. 470 Lawrence Keystone ar.a to Inc.. REALTOR 4734961 terest. Lots on clear, sand shine 2 blocks north of Union County Realtor tfn Caladiums $1.50.$5. Con qualified buyer.
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Blvd. 473-7033 6/3 tfnchg downtown Jacksonville. tfnchg 5/13 bottomed lake, priced to bank. Family clothing 3/26. trary Mary's Garden SR 121 I terms, owner financing..
CHILD CARE 2-Year. and 3-days a w..k Call MOBILE HOME. 2 BR, 2 Bath. sell from 9900. On. to books, Venetian blinds FOR All YOU REAL ESTATE In LaCrosse, Phone Notary Service '
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older. Only accepting a 475-2457 k..p trying. Needs repair. Call three acres with nice trees drapes, household Items, NEEDSiCall Venera Brown 4621561. Closed Sundy Far Union County
f.w. Off SR-21-North. Itchg 6/10 473-1720. $2,000 or best of from $3,600, $500 down. bedroom set, step table, 496-3022" Sandy Hazen and Monday. 2tchg 6/10 John Longford Jr.
Phon. Robing at 473-3104 TWIN.SIZE mattress and box fer. 2tchg 6/3.6/10 $50 a month. Commercialfrontage..lnvestment lamp. Bear Tamerlane 496-3994 eves or G.rrll.n- 1/17. Realtor Associate
opportunity Compound bow and lots non 496-3140. Tiffin and 46.3111REALTOR'
after' 7 p.m. 3tpd 5/27.6/10 springs In good condition.Call
FREE 473-2337 1 Itpd 6/10 MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMERICAN < SR-21N. Owner- more Itpd 6/10. Owens Inc. Realtors Rt. 2 ---.I
USED BOAT reasonably salesman. 473-4379.5/1 PIANOS. TUNE AND Box 788. Lake Butler FL.
YARD SALE priced for''father-son tfnchg REPAIRED Call Marshall tin chg. 8/6.
KittensCall fishing Call P. Valentino BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA Dukes at the following ONI ACRE LOT With or .
SATURDAY ONLY 9 a.m 4 LEGION HALL SR21. without mobile home.
CU 2337, Itpd 6/10 access lots from $5.500 number: 4963033. 2tchg
p.m. SR-21 North by Fir.Tow.r Susanat Saturdays, 7 pm. Public invited $500 down. $71.74 per 6/106/17. Water electric pole andsewer.
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Itchg 6/10 FOR RENT 4/1 tfnchg month. Discount on entire BEAUTIFUL MANX CATS To Phone 4962308.

ALCOHOLICSANONVMOUSt 10 acres. On. Waterfron be given away to good ._TFN, B/10. __ __ ._ ,'
"* '* Closed lot. Call 4734375. 5/1 home. 1 female' and 1
9646305MOWING
Free EstimatesExpert OFFICE SPACSfacIng meetings Monday 8pm. tfnchg male. Phone, 496-3130. FOR SALE _
Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto Open meetings Friday B
; CONFORTAMI 90"gold I 6/10.
CLEAN
tchg
J. Andrews Drugs. Call p.m. Alanon Monday Bp.m. sofa. Only $75. Se. at PIANO LSSSONSt Beginners, 3 BEDROOM, 1 BATH JANE S. USHERREALTOR ,
473-3411.411 tfnchg. All meetings at Monitor office or call children, adults welcome. CB/BRtCK HOMEt With .... '
UNFURNISHED HOUSE N.w Educational Building Com tra large swimming pool.landpeel ,
473 2210. 5/ltfnchfl Pattern, flexible Certified,
ROADWAYS Lak. Geneva. ft.
on 300 munity Church 473-2790
Yard Work ACREAGECall lake 'front. No children or. 473.2130. 4/1 fin chg. or 30$45.FT.Already HIGH TV disconnected.antennea. hour.experienced.leave phone$5 per numberat half buildings yard, with severalout 2.5' your Union County Realtor

.before 8 AM or after S pets. $275 per mo. Jax OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo 473-2210. 4/29 tfnchg 496-3551.3tpd 6/J06/I6 acres, located an SR 18 360 N..Maip St.496.21U .
786.6044.4tchg 6/10-7/1 dues, fees -
473-3527. or weighins weeded near Washington Springs. '
PM.
S ACRES beautifully 6/24. 4962903. :
,475.1720 STORE BUILDING 1.000 open meetings Tuesday land In Belmere Creek, lot owner finance Call -, j
ft. In front of' Keystone Post 7:30 p.m.. St. Anne County OH 496-3625 after 7 p.m. TFN
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.. Office', on Commercial Cir Episcopal Church. C-315C.Cley Prices $11.000 By FOR RENTTYPEWRITTERS 2/4 NEW LISTINGS :
IIEB111r.1.dfsari's cl. Call 473.2149 or even- Keystone Heights. Thurs Owner call 474-IW Itpd r------' Very'neat and attractive CB home with odd'I corner '
Ings 4732014. 4tchg 6/10 day,9:30 a.m.. CommunityState '
Close to hospital.
SERVICES '/10 AND ADDING lot, Shaded by many pecan trees.
7/1___ Bank of Starke. FANTASTIC BLUEBERRIES.,
Steve Broadway $150 Coll Owner flancne to qualified'
UPRIGHT FREEZER MACHINES FOR Shown by appt. only. may
I' SECLUDED LAKE FRONT
4 I Ir 1 473-2790 or 964-SS87. 4/1 ,,{varieties .. SchretimannlFarm.
TREE SERVICE BR mobile home, furnished tfn chg. 473-7063. 1 Itpd 6/10 RENT Union' County Times, .J41-A In,...IeIc..' buyer 1'
PINT CANNING JAW- 20 85 Sw '2nd Ave., Lake CA Roberts Rd., owner financed.
05 Acres, near
couple only $150 ,..
413 mo; BINGOlion. Club I7U0311
acrossfrom 'You pick er we pick.
$69. ,
Towbar Butler Phone 496-2261 for .
Removal Also trailer $40 cents each: 10-15 acres owner financed.Home
., space mo. high school.
for 1
1134252'I Phon. Jog 725-8943 Itpd Tuesdays Early Bird 7 Call 473-3433 Jtpd 6/10 more information- TFN a 110fI'1: o business, income property. 2V4 acres, very j

.* Trimming 6/10 p,m.; Regular 7:30 p.m. MOBIll 10/1. t..;,; __ neat mobile home. Includes 900 ft. highway frontage, ,i. .
HOMI FOR
38R, .I BATH with office, Public Invited. 4/1 tfn chg. RENTS Has add'i.! trailer site for income. Also Ig. commercial, I
Free Estimate C.ntrol H/A on Gatorbone U-PICK-UM Anna Apples LOSTFOUNDFOUND Furnished with AC, no STEEL bldg. for shop or retail business. Call for appt. today,.
.. .Ira Of kid.10 p.,.. Phone
MJ rEUetrio
Lake, $400 mo.; Also 2BR $12 per bushel." Cooking) Great opportunity.
496-2308. TFN 6/3. BUILDINGS
473-4732 A>pl).i.t* 1 Bath central H/A, applies. 99 a bushel. -Medium size dog. DOUBLE, WIDE MOBILfHOMIi All dir.cl.48x72x14 'If you want a particular piece of property home;.
Buy
Sorting BradfordClay I garage. Silver lake access, Blueberries 60 cent a black with brown and Unfurnished,. new. business, don't hesitate to call us or come by. There.
ft.
After 5 P.M. $300 mo. .No children. pound. B 'a.m. tll dark white spots on SR-21 $1.99 sq. are many unadvertised properties In Union County for
carpetanct QlrNeor War.
i Other .Iz.. available. Coll
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CelatlnLew Keystone Heights Realty, every day. W.H. Dukes Memorial Day. Call thingfon $175 sale.7q"'I' ,rs
Ke stone Hei ht8 ...IM I Inc. REALTOR 473- 4961. Grandin 659.2233.. 2tchg 473-2812 after 9 p.m.1 tchg month* .Springs Phone !1496-3253.per toll free 1-800-342-6301.( I

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New & Used USED ALUMINUM PLATES: ..-- -- AXLES | _. .---- '

Color TV'sAntenna's, 24x36'. 25 cents each. Us. 1979 CHEVROLET Half ton tires. We MACHINES LOCKSMITH-BURGLAR FURNISHED TRAILERi Three '1:' /1ruIiHe

ed In printing newspaper, pick-up. Auto transmission. You REPAIRED! All makes ALARMS: 24 Hrs. Service. bedrooms 2 bath 3 miles <9ar

Great for minor repair Top condition Call Mobile. : 'oiled and ad. 964.5849 1520 South south of Starke. For Information ,

Spec In'r.c.IvlngChannel. 30 A 47 jobs, Bradford Count, 533-2066 after 6 PM. 5/20 100 W !$ $15. Work Walnut St., at the Outfit call 9646502. 6/3 ( REALTY

Telegraph. 94-6303. tfn. tfn TFchg: James ters. 5/13 tIn 21pd 6/10 ) I
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782.3577 CARPET NEW < USED Fur 1977 CHEVY BLAZER: Air, CERTIFIED 2 ROOM KITCHENETTE all V -
corner Morgan NEED WORK. Lawn roof.
am 7 pm (17/.. tfn nlture & appliances. PS PB, excellent condition. TANT .. utilities furnished. TV and
JBBaB Hjrffffli Plumb. fixtures and pip. Low mileage. $4450 work.. .,and Hwy 16. TFNchg ditch. you name It. 1 or 2 air. Phone 964-7184 Itchg PHONE

-..-. ... ... _- BARGAIN CENTER US301So Call 4732214. S/20 tfn supplement : LINK FENCE: Install. men, 3.33 per hr. Call 6/10 964-7776 ,

YARD SALE 964-6679. 2/5 tfn JEEPS, CAR%. PICKUPS from check ; ; ; Free' estimates. Handy. Larry, 9647288. 6/10( 2tchg HAYFIELD: 12 acres with CICIlll 205 u. Temple Starkc

.. DO-DROP-IN BARGAIN $35. Available at local 964-8013.; j Fence Co. 9648559. 6/17 very good grass. primarily TMWIUH.R ,
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HOUSE 301 South, Gov't Auctions. For Directory WORK 9/112 COLOR CODED YET Learnto Alesia Bermuda. Clifford -.

HOUSE OF BARGAINS: SeeIng 9646740. We buy and sell call 805687.6000 Ext. ed bool<" REPAIR Call use the right color to Martin. 9647145. 6/10 ITS INCREDIBLE I

Is Believing 212 Call .used furniture and op. 1211. Call refundable. 5/20 time.. Office: Shop 110 W. compliment your natural 2tchg 6/17 WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE

St.. 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m pliances. 8/13 tfnRECONDITIONED 4tpd 610SURPLUS 964.6902. St., Starke. for details. tone. Color coordination Is FURNISHED EFFICIENCESt 1 .-.

Ya'll coma see us at our TVS Colors JEEPS Cars, WANT TO tfn the newest and best woy and 2 BR, from $120 month. SPECIALS

new location. 3/1(tfn starting at 10000. boats, many sell for under acres of: / CUT TO ORDER: to dress toward success. Most utilities Included. Beautiful brick hoitie with U at., appro 2(00 sq. I.. t
SATURDAY at Encore. Trade-in's welcome. Phon $50. For 'Info ((312)931.1961) farmland windows with
THIS ., etc. This exciting service now Must be employed SSI.SOO assum. mortg. at 11'/4%
321 N. Temple 9 5. All 964-8212. 6/11 tfn ht. 2729. 5/27 4tpd 6/1t house BUILDING SUPP. offered In the Starke area. references. 208 N. CherrySt. '
Orange Street CB 3 BR, 1 / BA, Nearly new
prtty
clothes on sidewalk under FIREWOOD: White oak and THE CITY OF HAMPTON "is ask for 964-6078. Orders also Call 964 8455. 6/10 3trhg 6/102tehg6/17 wooded In $41,000.
town,
$1. Regular priced clothoa pine. $5 per truck load;; now taking' bids on 'Its old 2tpd6/17 "." In Lake BUtler, 6/24 FURNISHED APARTMENT) 2 acre lot.

with orange tags are 1/2 Oak 4x4's, $30 half cord po lie car a 1972 Gran --" and Keystone< EXPERIENCED PAINTER. BR, IR, d.c. kitchenette, City wClt.r' sewer, four lets, $5,000 per

price this week only. W. Call Sunshine Acres, Fury. Bids may be mailedto : }; ., 473-4973 2/26 tIn Neat work, free estimates, nicely furnished homes Hampton Lake. Beautiful view I one of the financing finest.
also have lots of misc. 964 7ft99. or come out between the City of Hampton reasonable lights/water furn. No on the lake 152900. $75,000 down. owner
SEPTIC TANK rates. Interior'
Items. Ya'II cornel Itpd 6/3 9:30 a.m. and 2.30: P.O. Box 250, Hampton children no pets. $225 mo. for qualified! buyer.Cannerly .
VICEI Bradford exterior, call 964.5177.
NOWI JUNE 1/2 PRICE SALE p.m. and we'll load for Florida. 32044, or broughtto County Phone 964.5033 or Estate Attractive new brick home on on.
on ladles clothes and' you. 1/28 tIn the City Hall by 7 PM, Joe IN'ot pump-outs, Itpd 6/10 468 1338. Itchg 6/10 acre $57,900. mortgage of appro M7.0OO at 11%%

shoes Also have 4 PURE! BREED Boston Bull Jun. 8, 1982. Bids will, be Ship Jobs; 5(1. ,We also re-lay drain .------- 3 BR. 2Vi BATHs, large monthly payment $445.OOI

household goods. pups 6 weeks old Friday opened at that time. 6/3 Dallas ( ,.. Phone 964-8121 FOR RENT master BR, den with Lak. Bedford. Owner financing at 12'/<% for well

glassware, toys, novelties $100 each no papers 2tchg 6/10 312-741. ; / 'Hnehg ---.--.. -- fireplace separate dining maintained home. Sales price' $63,500 with $20,000 down

hats caps f.ath.r clips. 964-6258. 6/3 Itchg 1978 TRANS AMt $3900 or Phone Car Clean- MOBILE room and living room. payment.
MIMOSA MANOR
children and baby clothes 78 KW 350 10 SPD. 11:24-5: best offer. Call 9648243. 5/27 4tpd Service. Cleaned large kitchen with bar and * . .
PARK mobile hom.sand
and whole lot more. Coma Radial on Budds. Imron Itchg 6/3 HOUSIKE .) vacuumed HOME for rent dishwasher, Hugh shadedlot LAKFFRONT GET YOUR FEET WETBeautifully

see at Bryan's This 8 That point Brouqham interior 1973 OLDSt 93000 miles, Tuesday d. and deodorized. Recreational spaces vehicles with plenty of pecan wooded lots 4 1 S Geneva Creek. Appro 1

Shop, corner 301 and 16. recent major 22.500 or sharp Interior, all power p.m. pick-up and welcome. Phone 468 2912 trees. $350 plus deposit by Ac. each. Emery lane, $15.000 eo. or $28.000 both.

Open now every day except best offer. Call $975 or best offer. Phone or your place. appointment 7823741. Silver Lake t? 4 BR.2 BA. fenced large enclosed shed.
TFchq
Thursday. 11 AM ill 9043783704. 6/3 2tchg 9646774. Itpd 6/10 9646539. 964.7226, ask for Den HOUSEKEEPING and s'eep-! 5/27 tin covered picnic area.
??? 6/3 4tchg 6/24 6/10 1975 TRANS AM: Power windows ROUGH tfnFAMILY ONE BEDROOM unfurnished
12/10. TV, and air Lot on Geneva Creek with beautiful oak trees. $14.000.
FRIDAY JUNE 11, 8 AM Iii 6 REDUCED SAFE safe and fast T-Top, honeycomb WANTED: HAIRDESIGNERS ing room apartment. Stove and
Underwood Motel 3 miles Custom built home. little Lk. Santa Fe 2 Ac.$110.000.
.JPM. Tools, lawn mower with Go Bese Tablets and wheels. $3900 or best of. tract. retrif. Will accept Infant.
North of Starke on Hwy. Bedford Ik.-Owner fin. 77000.
1015 "water Andrews fer. Phone 9648243. Itchg 9 5 Tackle Box, 341
clothes, etc F-Vap pills. to p m. -114 W. Call St. 301. 10/9 Hn Inquire at
BUY NOW PROFIT LATER
Eastwood Dr., across from Pharmacy 6/3 4tpd 6/10 RN or LPN- N. Temple Ave. Starke.
Southslde School. Itpd 6/24 1976 OMEGA hatchback, scheduled?. 964.7303 3 BR I BA LIVING ROOM Itpd 6/10 lake Butler-One acre double wide, pool.

6/10 PORTABLE BUILDING 8x12 AC, PS, PB, one woner, own hours. Open dining room ft kitrhen TWO BEDROOM mobile Bessent Rd: 3 BR, 2 BA CH/A.

WE ARE NOT THE biggest! metal barn-type. Phone 77.000 mIles Asking .& 9 til 5:30 central heat and air.. In. home on Grlflis loop. $120mo. Frame,3 BR. pecan trees, 239.Ir,on paced SRD.1$. 1.635Ac.

but the best! Saturday 964.8132. 6/10 2tchg 6/17 $2300. Phone 964-5362, surance" '.. <.II AM till PM He>mpton. Phone 468 1779 plus $100 deposit. High S Dry. 23500. Good Buy I

.June 12. 9 AM till ? 515 MOVING SALE porch.full of .keep trying. tchg 6/10 part-time | I ? AM til 3 PM ((1st months tIn rent In advance Phone 964.8704. Itpd 6/10 Owner Financing In lawtey, 3 BR, CH/A. Approx. 1500
))5/7
Alton Rd BUYERS house plants, shrubs 120 1974 MONTE CARLO: $800 or nurse not :Appointments 12x60 MOBILE HOME on one sq. ft. Stucco on 1 ac. pv'd. driveway, garage.
RENTAL 2 BR 1
LAKEFRONT ,
WELCOME! Clothes Bass accordion, set of encyclopedias best offer. Will consider ""' .. Not Always Nec...ary acre, unfurnlshnd $165 -7.** Ac. on Forsythe Rd. I4xt0 MH, m.tal barn pecan

draperies ceramics. etc. double trod. Phone 964.3960 during pa. 6/10 tII'j ?fr :... -,, BA on furnished Crosby Lake.On. Par. per month plus $109( peach apple 'r.... Grapevine. 31000.

Itpd 6/10 bookcase headboard day or 473-7318. Itchg ROYAL ': S SINKS tially lease. $12 Weigel yrs deposit. Call 964.5734 after 'lots 63 6 45 Cypress St. Cry.taIU. Homesltes. $4.900.
mo.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 3m11.s clothes and miscellaneous 6/10 cepting '! & ;; West of Starke on items. 715 N. Walnut. Desk ntead. Free tfn THREE BEDROOM house. 3 w/155 ft on 301. Steel bldgt. Extras too num.rou.'o list

:'- Itchg 6/10} 964.5H38. llpd 6/10 -_ ._- -- perience! ,tlmate.. Also bath tubs KITCHENEFFICIENCYROOMS years old, 2 baths CHA -Commercial Lot'with 12G ft. on US-JO. Good buy)

.. HOMES dresser. : and' shower tile for rent at low Cypress !it. $310 mo. Geneva Lake' [stat..- wooded 'A at. lots, terms Clean
---- MOBILEHOMES See Mr. Ultra-Glare. Call phone 533-22'Q also. 6 hills.
weekly' rates. Call Temple neighborhood w/rolllnj Tennis courts.
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1, FOR SALE FOR SALE N. Tempi 6/10 2trhg. 17
tin pm.
_. 3/1,1 Motel 964 7357. 2/18 EOW Acreage-Davis St. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park?
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: BABYSIT Any age, in PALMS APARTMENTS: Furnished ,5 Acres near Hampton. Well, elec. pale, septic tank
unfurnished. 4 BR
3 M COPIER Model 209 FOR SALE SPACIOUS OLDER HOME. 3 RESIDENT home Monday thru Fri. efficiencies and 1 country '4.71 Acres on 230A end Wilson Rd. U
In town ufurnished. Also'
jVery good condition many -- ----- BR 1 BA home with 11 1 ft. I W. or. $30 per, weekaferences BR opts.. weekly or man large trailer lot In country. .40 Acres N.w River.. High and roiling.

Supplies $400. call MUST SELLi 1973 Trent 2 BF. ceilings;.wooden floors; 3. I ; 9644255.. 6/3 thly. NEW FURNISHED Phone 964 6365. Itpd 6/10 DON'T WAIT TO BUY REAL ESTATE U
'9645606. 4/15 tfn I bath furnished fireplaces. 5 acres fenced hg 6/10 STUDIOS. 2313 N. Temple
completely Individuals; ; :\ BUY REAL ESTATE WAIT I
FjBERED ALUMINUM ROOF and cross-fenced Many $ ) I !.will come to Ave.. Slarke. 3/11 tfp9/02
$(."00. Phon ; malnt --
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COATING $29.95 per 5 gal 782.3885. 6/lO2tpd6/17 extras. 73500. By owner : \?! ,,)A. .ondiaI'yslt.'rd1'lfren CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for --- -

Ib.r.d Snow White 12x60 MOBILE HOME Lawtey. 782-3054 4/15 tfn .desirable! ,. : \
Mobile. Home Poof Coating 5500. Located In Lawtey LARGE SPANISH. SYTLE 4 ,dato'ry).. :: ,'/ "do.''.._. g i for" to prilli. Call 468-1323.I FOR SALE Classified Ads' Classified Ads

|34.95 per 5 gal. Stoke BR 2 BA fully carpeted ;wIth \ ;4 4/1 tfslMOBIlE .-------.-- Results GEt Results
.faint Center 964 8181 Phone 272 0149 (Orange ,is.a W 'tL'W1 I4OMES FOR RENT i --- Get )
home. CH/A, court yard 1. herak iJr. f. "j
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.4/15 rinELECTRIC ) nQ1l ; ,>tnllc Starke city: 5 ACRES Two milei SW of
1956 TRAIlER: 8x51. Mobil, paflos. On 5 acnwof tenrK 1 I "'iamtft?, :( :" "' 16 E _- '
B B QUE grill! "limits&IM' Hwy .Raiford;_. C.793. ''Pavedr ------r
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'new On ; tobfemodels Cruiser" Phonitpd ]..B'li.D7. ; -p..t tLlr.t Wnl 4X1 tfn road frontage, $1,600 per :
$25'. 'ColfW-fWl 610MISCELLANEOUS! .,:.: ... "t ..'.t". ( /'i..a\ a TRAIL! KINGSLEY Jacksonville,
OWNER FINANCING New ,,4tr. ","... ) acre. /
tAKE air condition -
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after 5 p m. 4/22 ... ... .tom! .R: 'add- 781 5171 5/20 tIn
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ROOFING: --- -- '-- maintenance free homo a'tnice cfl! rent for the sum- ACRES
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lot. Central) heat quested. | ; Coil l Call 5332366. 5/6 tfn !
o'-laoS: ; 7-$445; 0'-$503.; large : r.-+ mer. d.siroblelon.
.,,9'-$5.72; 10'$6.41Vir$7.10. ----- .---.. and air two bedrooms, lt hg / $ : ::7 ; ;g 6'O! _J4ICE ROOMS FOR RENT one corner in Southgate Sub.
lion C.ty. .804-788-3031
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: CARE Newborn I Colored TV and air, $40
: ) 12'$1.79. W. FREE' PUPPIES: Shepherd orRorder I fireplace; garage and \ : per division. Phone 533-3721: : .
,fnanufacture. Jacksonville./ Collie Phon, storage building with : .- Lunch, snacks, week. and up. Wall to wall 6/10 -
free : >'fenced play yard. carpet. Call 964-9992 ack Itchg THESE SPECIALS
.Co If toll 9648699. Itpd 6/10 private access: to CrystalLake. $ ; itady|

: 18003422702. 6/3 4tchg FREE KITTENS: Call 96-1 551after ) Call 9043783704. .""" >-,9645610.1q tIn for mother. 6/3 tfn *3 BIT 2 BA Mobil' home 5 ACJ$26.ooo.
'p/24 6/3 6/10 :: Q '+'t APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED :-- .
2tchg A' "little J2.M0.
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5PM. 6/10 3tchg! 6/2 I (Sot a -
FIEEZER: In good condition. FREE PUPPIES; Black, 3 mo;,.. TWO BEDROOM frame .BJLL'S : ; j ,'. .l ICAREj in my home. 1 BR $160; 2 BR, 7521$175; VACUUM *A goad address, The Country ('ub. 2.3 Ac.. $20,000

.: 9645442. 6/3 2tchg 6/10 old. 607 S. Westmorelan I home In Lawtey on nice .harpe<; :! I $.;,SR-225. ,Lawtey. 4 BR house $300.964 *Old Lawf.y Post Office/ $13.000

BLUEBERRIES You pick or St Storks Phon I corner lot. Clifford Martin, ;ieulctr, :! \ ;. Anv'r",child, $25> 'two.--6/3--.tfn.. ...... SALE 5 acres, well, pump, septic, utility, pow.r pale, tcrttd
':_- We pick, on order. Man 964-5548. Itpd 6/10 9647145. 6/10 2tchg 6/17 chain'ground m ; :) \ : $35. phone porch 515.000

.S at.. 8 6:30: ; .Sun. 2:30 SOMEONE STOLE OUR DOG: THREE BEDROOM 2 year old .',' l ( ( : Phone 782-3634. BEST JOB OPPORTUNITYIN NEW & USEDWe *let Georges lake w/fafce access $'.500.

86(30,' 2 miles east ofgrange She barks a lot. If you Blue( Ridgo mountain ham. Leave. : | (f| .vtlMI BABSITTlNGi In AMERICA. Help Finance Our Own *J'/4 Ac., $6,350; 10 Ac.. SU.OOO; 30 Ae.. 21000.
f Heights and 1 3/4 wanted part-time. If a with Ms 3 B?. 2 bo home
neighbor 'acquired'dark : i c:I on two acres. Local owner Supply Iff, : hp>ne. Phone 964.7813.. KIRRYS + Catch the summer breeies
miles orl RIL200) A., see, Heights' \ company offered you an *.3' Ac.. $I.ooo.
I '), | brown femal 782-3973. Good price,. \\.ichQ 6/10 ROYALS high In the iky en
sl Ign... Longnecker. dachshund last week. call: TFN.chL i C- opportunity to earn $200to I Ac. wooded lot In Sfarke, ,$ .ooo. 6 Ac. Lowtev. ,
6/3 good terms. 6/10 2tchg c H 0 L i c s week EURRKAS:
$300
j475.1,51. !. 1. 473-2702 9648813. All Information I Will ': a on a part- $10.500. ,
6/17 r phone
: time basis and even HOOVERS 3 SR. I'/ bath 44500.
confidential. Itchg 6/10 2'boths Daily o : !1 *fn country
; POLLED HERFORD FOUR BEDROOM Phone i >1jr48. 'or. 9647619. more on a full.time ELECTROLUXFILTER: Atnveirmenf property currently rented for $250'mo.

...bc.edlng...bu-ll_ .opp"*.' BUSINFSSOPPORTUNITIES-- den workshop gard..nar.a. \ ; ,..!"\ basis, would you be In. QUEENS $25.000, owner financing |
;"200 to ,1400TIbs';: 4 years' lots of pecan tr.... : terested9 We ore the SEARS *Relax 'In your own Inground pool while enfoytng a

I old. ,964 5088 964.8762.610TfN' Cool shady quiet, iTF.: : u I fastest growing company spacious 3 Bit, 2'Be.. horn. on 4 acre country esrofe.

I -.--...... --. 46000. Phone 9645610. I -a'LO1la _- nationally in our field COMMERCIALWe *2 BR. 2 bath spacious MM wh deck, double garage,
$$4 HORSE' STOC;( TRAILER, 6/10tf chg.. SIR flMES UNION_ ", and we are opening up repair all makes bent 5 "c.. fenced 43000. .

S New pdmt. In-good condi; Western Wear' $22.300".000 ..... r 'Port Tim. Oppor- 'In your areol! If you enjoy Al Young'sSince I *4 Ac.,30r frontage, charming' ./f. 3 bo,DW/MH. large
Clothing Consign. ,
B lion, $1,400..964,8503afteif k'lI'( .star"tolIup.r.; a challenge and I barn. $4 ,500.
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t 4.16I3TFN ,?.. ." Service Station S3,000 .. . :Js1yqend adult *ales! 'would like a management 1957 I *3 B*, 2 Ba, DW IMH. large screened backporch and utility
jPf AJ-U.PICK$ $5 p. hamper Day Care Centet 60,000 --' : w\ dvenlng and sum- Interview, I area, barn, I Ac., $36.500. .
__ briefing 964-6918
f purple knuckle hull. Phone Textiles 115,000GroceriesMeats 964.SUS.'aHowenee I I P.O. DRAWER MLAWTEYDealerWILDERMESS
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782-3752. Itchg ct car :3 Miss 01ItNk.eUSsOI LOG
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LIMEROCK :
JStVERAL ITEMS 1978 Operation 200.000Eg Call lIrI'/''!fIle 1 : phone to Wm. Mosley
and commls&ZB .
5 Plymouth Volore, top Layer Oper. 215.000ot.l Dralnfleld Rock, 468 )118-1' / W.iido t'I i. f..i....' f' ....-..- '. .l P.O. Box 1305. Starke, : _

% mechanical condition. 1971 on 301 338,000 Bldg. sandt, & -. -. I Fla. 32091'STEEL '. -

J Datsun pickup with extra Financing available. Herl .fL.'h'........ te.-:. '_ :.
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$ Two Chevy vanS Walker. Aiioc.. 964-5958, Gravel. -- '. r. -.,' fs' O. 'IRi4 I-. FIRM EXPAN ._ ._
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seV>t*: One' ''well pu"P.I'hon.964.7184.1tch96110, ERA Faulkner Realty 782-3172 I .' ';-..; .1' n.- TO STARKI. All WANTED:
Sterke, Flo. ; .1 ES BUILDINGS
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.j ARGOSY: 30 ft. 1978 mint 9645065. Itchg 6/10 -"oil'jj"1' ; \II ft .I $.ttsl.Tivck IIrIVIIIII i'v .. Must have Cash 'Available -
complete rig 'm:, 'N' I'"I All new. Buy direct. Noisy EquiptisetitOpe.irn stat* Insurance
condition, lft. ,
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j ready to go. Phone Hsd.l J 48x72x14 $1.99sq license and have prsent
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BALDWIN ORGAN: DUCTS FOR SALE. ". $73,000. Send name address
;; MONEY? .1. .. ; quote.
$ keyboards excellent con3 Hav Call ; l"M; \'I :.&;' ; \! Cell toll free MOO-M2-4301 and phone to: Wm.
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party.
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dltlon $650. Phone '" \: < i 1 W0MDrilling Assoc., P.O.
Us. Your Horn 964-5010
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3 782-3973.6/10 7tchg 617frlUEBERRIES 964.6932. Karen '.;l:4 l '88' 'lladtson.1 i ic iolet.: Starke. ..Flo: _

: U-PICK: 50 Griffith. Equity. W.: make ""f / <1 1 :...,..H.I312.: TREE SERVICE 32091.. .

cents per pound. Phone lit & '2nd Mfgs. ... % .. *') &,, !&Z+. t' . . .
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964 6593. 6/10 chgGRAVELY I .Whitehead'sTree
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New battery new tires : i Shop & Compare!! 964-5010' Service Fast Rotary ... ,
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runs good. $750. Phone Special lorI ,
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ELECTRIC 9645381.DRYER Itchg 6/10 Sears, like. .. I 1 Mobile. Home Parks I j 'ijE! \: 6 R ,. *."'"e." '.' LICENSED FREE ESTIMATES- INSURED Stats UCtnlld. zU

pld. I .JTr-- i ing.4dkWfl k'e'n 4 EZER ., 0. .. ... . .,.i
new less than a year 'All types of home.owners '. ((904)) 752.4356
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Asking $200. Phone ( IKE'S SAW I ': .' : 'Ve pkkurm,. ,1/2 Collectlake Puna"I IJ I
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rout*In,Sto/ke gecUsj
964-5562, k..p trying. : MOWER SHOP, I ; W.at of Lowt.y .City, Florida . ..... . . ,
)}fchg 6/10 mobile homes .1 '(Behind Powell's DiaryFreeief plleonts.rmui b5,9bo IrIIo New&UsedSales'Parts.SeMce ,U HARDEFS% MEAT MARKET I
IDEA for Father'stDay. j l li -"' .. cttta lrellaBl. _
GREAT. Indoor jogging miniSjlrotnpoline. Call for Quote. SALES SERVKIChelnSewsl) -(I I.! r : Frm UM P n to ths Pan

Olio's Mobile T ; Ws inak It Easter for You
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Sinew. $65. Phone 9647910. ; Home Sales .--.--. I.wn,....._ ,--_-..:. \ .'. . .. .. )0. ..
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?4/29 HnTOMATOES ,1' :: I
L ': 211 E. WasNaaton St Open MOnday Saturday
FOR CANNING: Elaine M.'OIIn, Agen _
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$782-3305. Itchg 6/10 I

SlAR DOWN PORIMATERIALS I .. Remodeling. . ... .Rep. ... tn'}
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[j 4'; Aloe
all materials n I Vera
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S|sit for demolishing room. . .1'l"\ .. '
S! Phone Richard Crone, RENT : PUMP A Tofal Unique Aloe/Vera/ Juice
964.8935. Itchg 6/10 \
air cnndl.j k. : Thousands taking" for arthritis, rheumatism .
3 TON CENTRAL 120Cq. I SUPPLY
3 shop spaces 9646863krLO \
j; honey for mobile 'home. Ideatfor- ukrers indigestion, low energy, overweight., :
80. COMPANY
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KenmoreS light N G .j. P ,
;TWO ITIMSr contractor; c 1 strongest best tasting '"
Oven, goodS 'VsFw'O 864 N.' I ,
: Microwave$80. Also- newS mfg., repair shop or .Na-- ........... w.SMO AlOe Vera Juice: :
condition. : _. "" ''''''',_ Temple A.v*. in the country. '
heater,
: 40 gal. how water storage.CALL -MDIC'" _ulid-EIi '
5 double element iow boy tm f 1_H""W MCX OUUCIWep,r::: Starke, Fl.JJ -'CMbSsaw1t' ,
SI with energy-rnlser, brand I I Z>d.srts*..--..r U V MosaMt' *.*.. ..J| rf **;' *(> WALDO FLEA MABKET1 .
1.904-772-7980 ticks k MRS*.CoiMlM NO unfane. M kni\ c
J new 140. lean's PlumbIng I, fsidI........ 964-7O61 J 31birda&8RMa .11 ItI"ItiV"t"1
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John L Williams 62, of Adel Ga., charged with burlary and grand theft :give a pint ofblood and he will be, On June 2 Debbie Russo'of'Alabama camera, camera equipment, and the'Mlnt-of-America on'US-301 south, ;,,
was arrested June 8 and charged i with June 9, according to Deputies Paul released on recognizance for' that 'reported several items 1"of' clothingwere case, r j "i" ? according to Lt.. Lane Sibley. h jlh :;*:
failure to immediately reports an accident Stegall and Sammy Eunice. charge' following the outcome of the: fusing from her room. Gloria Larceny and grand larceny com Missing from tbti storage unit was a .'.. *<
leaving the scene of an accident Lee allcdegedly entered a building 10-day hold order.Burglaries. "' Vanderbilt jeans, a belt and a blouse plaints have been filed hi the thefts ,washer, ,, dryer and refrigerator, /
and driving on the wrong side of belong to Roy Glover in Hamptonwith were all missing. Diane Douglas also and the investigation is continuing valued at $2, OO't.; ':? 'ii" t'k f1 'fi I' p'( :
the road (divided roadway), according the intent to commit grand theft. Occur 1 reported missing a blouse, jeans, perfume ,according to Patrolman Jerry Miller, ) '; ': : Ttf fJotk 'JWer .'cut off the IItora'ge ;
Calvin Pace. Bond was set at for iJ II of.a and liquor. Steve Backus ''Unit (. furniture
to Trooper $2,000 each At Holiday Inn .and,Ricky Bennett. .; '. ; containing'- bedroom I',
Williams was released on charge./ There is a 10-day hold on Lee Denise Holt reported cash had been "'belonging i .ttf-Martorie Richardson f :
; recognizance, bond was $50 plus $117 pending an investigation of parole Several rooms at the Starke liolb t taken from her room while she was in Property'Stolen Missing was furniture, silver, china .
\ court COlits.I' violation. Lee also had a wilful- day Inn have been entered and the ocj. | the pool. From Mini-of-America 'mlscellanous' items, valued at :
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.1.1 wanton reckless driving charge cupants have reported stolen' Items to On June I 5 a guest of the Inn Property belonging to Thomas; several,thousand dollars, according ,
,.i Burney Norman Lee of Starke was against him: ,.thejudge ordered him to the Starke Police Dept /">,; '_ reported missing from his room was a Dawson was reported missing from to.blev"! '

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II wr! 1 X GP .Forced into 8-day Shut-down of' Falatka. Paper Mill t. uiSuollhe', June Acres 11 : I

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Georgia-Pacific Corporation, the paper industry. sales of the recent months, and will plant near Hawthorne and no. announcement mils for mining the wetland's peat' 'will?bet holding open house
owner of the 5,300-acre Santa Fe "Even though we have done our make it unnecessary to take another' for starting production deposits for use as fuel at its Palatka Friday, .JIneU: : from 10 a.m to 3 p.m.
best to be a low-cost mill, and have outage in the near future. .there has been announced. plant. The is in the
now
Swamp, plans a nine-day shutdown of company process Included, in the program will be
demand for
"But the our
products Other mills in the have
been successful at it, the paper area of
very DRI
preparing a
Us Palatka paper products plant in tours of the'newly renovated facilityand
erode. Pricing
continues to continues been
likewise affected the
July, according to Dan Martinez, a marketplace has deteriorated beyond to fall Martinez said. The Palatkamil by (Development of Regional Impact) observation of the ongoing 'pro-
economic slowdown.
anyone s predictions or expecta- St.Regis Paper statement, a for obtaining
G-P vice-president and regional prerequisite Jects Tables will.be set up displayingthe
Putnam
County's largest Co. in Jacksonville is experiencing its
Martinez said.
tions, the permits for clear.
of the Palatka necessary items the
company's produced at
manager employer,manufactures Kraft paper second three-week'shutdown, in as many .
"If the market betwen
improves
and
cutting,I draining mining
and Port Hudson Division. operations center. Refreshments will be served;
bags and sacks tissue dried
now and July the shutdown will affect many months, and ITT' Rayomer'splant .
Martinez said the shutdown, ten- IndustriaLtissue and lunch will be available from 11:00to :
all of 1,600 employees at the mill, in- pulp, and consumer and at Fernandina Beach which Resolutions asking the state to
for 3-11 ordered pur- Door will be
tatively set July was 1:00.: given
products,which it sells to other April prizes
cluding those In production, shut down for a month In Is con- chased the endangered wetlands,
; to cut inventories in the face of manufactuers. away every,halt hour.
maintenance, and administration. sidering further closings.GeorgiaPacific : have been adopted by County Commissions
orders for of its
dwindling products
Adverse economic conditions in the
r. purchased the San The public is Invited to meet some '.
in Bradford
Hudson mill. It will mark the first Martinez said he hopes the July Alachua,
t' shutdown will cut inventories that housing industry also ;:caused ta Fe Swamp last,year for approximately Suwannee,.and Columbia Counties as' of outstanding community leaders
Palatka mill has had to
,1 time the layoff '
have built during the slump in Georgia-Pacific to postpone openingof $2.5 million in the hope of ob- well as numerous civic, and environmental who,have helped with the rejuvenation
due to economic troubles plaguing up :
t its recently! completed plywood_ taining btate.,: federal, and local jper- organizations..' of the.program :

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Everglade Kite an endangeredhawk areas of Florida," Wood said, explaining -
recently thought to be on the that the normal habitat is the
road to recovery, has been dealt a set south Florida area. In 1981 there were
back as a result of drought like conditions 59 reported sightings, often Involvingmore
in of south Florida. than Kite. eOPeM1poc
areas one Sightings occurred 5 a '
The Game and Fresh Water Fish from Lake Woodruff National A QeY gene
Commission is seeking help from Wildlife Refuge to the Everglades National o pty0 ?
citizens throughout the state to deter Park and such othe places as I It
mine the present locale and popula suburban West Palm Beach and Pom-
tion of the bird.According pano Beach. r r'E
to recent counts by the Persons who sight the birds are ask '
Commission and the U.S. Fish and ed to contact either the state agencyor
Wildlife Service, Kite populationshave the Loxahatchee National Wildlife CI
dropped from a record Refuge, which is conducting "Kite
estimated high of 651 birds in 1981 to Alert" program to compile and process
225 in early 1982. Only four nests were kite reports statewide. RLY"BIRD.SPECIAL: .
known to successfully produce young I
The'refuge may oe contacted by'
in 1981, and perhaps as few as ten will'
writing to Kite Alert, Loxahatchee
be successful this year. National Wildlife Refuge, Route 1, No Money Down, No Payment for 30 Day
"The decline is caused Initially by Box 278, Boynton Beach, Florida }ti 1', 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH 20 NY. :STRIP,
the lack of water in the Everglades to 1 ,
33437, or calling (305)732-3684. a,
No Interest Or Finance Charge' <
support the apple snail, a primary r
Wood said "all hawks are protectedby
food source for the bird," said Don A. law in recognition of the vital role fC STEAKS
Wood, endangered species coordinator these species play in the natural environment =
for the Commission. ." 1 r e, 1114rrkrr', M' ''u ,q TO THE Flfttf 100 CUSTOMERS MAKING
"Drought-like conditions since 1981 !''l.!r ( ., ip h c A PURCHASE PROM BUNDLE 1,a.. *f 1..
in the south Florida area have The Kite is very: similar to the yti I js .; ; ct" ', .,y ,,4. ''I
definitely impacted in a negative way marsh hawk in profile but without the
the recovery of this endangeredbird marsh hawk's typical wavering, : : s FO ;
," said Wood. tilting flight. The adult male Kite s I t,
The Commission is working in body is uniformly gray except for a I V I I
cooperation with the U.S. Fish and large white patch at the base of its ,1 i ,
Wildlife Service to ensure the Kite's square tail and a light gray band at 1
survival. The Commission has recently the tail tip. The legs and eyes are red
taken on the responsibility of con- and the bill is extremely hooked. b
ducting an annual Kite survey to Females and Immature Kites hire i tl
detect population trends. heavily.streaked with dark lire on a
"We are interested in determining bully body'with white line'pver the'' : : K Msi
if (he Kite has dispersed to other eye and a white tail patch. I +l ,1

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