Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 17, 1982
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04267
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':$2,500,000 Package :.

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y f .r- IL V-- -- .trb, .... Facing a $2.5 million problem of raising money to other three were H.I. Hennon & Co., the city's fiscal

4'4'p i 1w ,......... .". finance Starke's proposed electrical parallel Intercon- agent for many years; Arch Roberts & Associates and
__ a r '1 .', --' ., nection with Florida Power & Light and a sewer system Payne Webber which submitted a joint package and
i .A ? :: ,. its. .; Improvement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Wm. R. Hough & Co. of Jacksonville.In .

''r) ,, "<<\ : ." 1":1:: Agency the city commission hired a fiscal agent Tues- a special meeting last week to hear presentationsby

\ ...,,''W" t .'.. ... day night. the four council got a feel for which firm it
: I ; .J: : 4. '.... The city's new investment banking firm is Fischer firmshthe the Allen firm without discussion
'' preferred
,'T, I'd, ,,'' & Burke of St.Petersburg. Councilman
Johnson. Allen
: > yo Tuesday night on a 4-1 vote with Commissioner Charles
Jimmy Crosby asked Glen Allen of the firm to immediately -
: ) Milner's
: Schaefer opposing Commissioner Bob motion
1 1 J ;} I : ': 'tN : get In touch with R.W. Beck & Co. of Orlando seconded by Commissioner Travis Woods.

;,:" :r : the planners of the parallels interconnection to begin
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J'''H' ,'7r" coordination of the project. The firm of Fischer Johnson Allen & Burke handledthe
t' Allen said he would probably set up a conference county's $1.2 million federal housing loan programlast

phone call with the city council as soon as he gets acquainted year.
Clean Industry... with the project.The Hough & Co. bid 2 percent of a $2.5 million package.
" city wants to handle both projects in one package. Hi percent for a note issue, $37,500 and 12 percent for
r Bradford County needs more Industry like the .Clerk Neil Tucker hopes to sell bond anticipation notes financial advice 12500.
Brooker Hydrocarbons plant says Chamber Manager a short term repayment with lower interest rates than a Roberts & Assoc. and Payne Webber bid 2'a percent
.wwwppp BUI Wilson after members of the Chamber toured
(- long-term bond issue. Tucker says the city is in good or 62500.
the gas plant last Thursday. June 10. enough financial shape to repay the BANS (as bond an- Fischer Johnson Allen & Burke bid 2''a percent for
Dallas Mayo of McDonald's gets a guided tour by Production ticipation notes are called) over the next 5 to 7 years. servicing the note" $62,500. plus one percent for being
Manager John Rlggs. at bottom are the heads of financial advisor or 25000. .
DuPont General Manager Ken Platt and TGY Manager Actual amount of money needed has not yet been, Hennon & Co. asked three percent or $75,000.
I. determined. The tie is to
Robert Ward. power expected cost approx
Allen's firm was highest bidder but Mayor Vernon
imately million. The
sewer improvement grant Silcox said the fee had been negotiated down before the
tr4f from EPA is set at $721,000.The .
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parallel interconnection:: is supposed to make was accepted. ,

.. t Chamber Tours Starke able to sell current to FPL and everybody else on City Still on Funding List '
\ the Florida power grid as well as buy current from the
cheapest source. It should enable the city to sell its excess For EPA Grant, Engineer ReportsThe

f power to the highest bidder and buy electricity city is still on the funding list of the U.S. En-
from the lowest bidder. It should the .
guarantee city a
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Brooker Gas Plant. vironmental Protection Agency but EPA wants more .
certain amount of without to
I d i electricity having buy information by July IS, but nothing major which would
more electric
II ; costly generators.The affect the funding engineer Jim Lucas of the firm of
I Ii ; Seven members of the Bradford County Chamber of new fiscal agent Fischer Johnson Allen & Burke
Ii l Commerce took an informative tour Thursday,June 10 of of St.Petersburg was chosen over three other firms. The (see City Preparing Plan.... p.2\

i V the Florida Hydro-Carbons Natural Gas Processing,
i 6 Y Center near Brooker."It .
' was very interesting,"remarked Chamber ManagerBill
Wilson. "I was impressed with the efficiency of the Phe-e-ew !
r.I operation, the workers attitude and cleanliness of their. ;;
operation. I
Chamber members who went the tour included Ken. -
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: .N. Platt, Bill Wilson,S. L. Peek, Sam. Adukiewicz- Hazel Hart / .;Thousands. of Shellcrackers Die in Kingsley Luke.
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-. The'processing station .Is thisareae'link: to the yaat;.;' :"I1Ilia8rv .}fish*)kill has< strewn' 'cause; death In Wiefrr'vWjukened'condP n mostly the-west side; and prevail- "' "*vi
.- natural gas wells in Texas and Northern Mexico.There, at. beaches on the west half of Kingsley tion Krummrich said. ing winds over the lake would wash
the beginning of the line, so to speak, are the hundreds of feeder wells which flow into the 24 and 30 inch pipeline to a large shellcrackers during the However, Wednesday morning. area.
begin its 1,200 mile journey to Florida. past week. : Dale Jones assistant fish biologist at Gerald Griffis, Blanding's director
Plant Superintendent John Riggs guided the group Lake City, said the office had received :: of maintenance for 31 years said he
I, through the maze of piping into the testing center where The stench from dead fish has caus- several calls from lake residentsand noted the kill at his offreservationhome
! the gas coming through the pipes .is tested for octane ed residents of Kingsley Lake to arm that a kill of this magnitude and considered it to be the
levels and any Impurities. themselves with shovels and garbagecans might be caused by some unidentified largest in his experience. Frow
\I The plant takes the incoming gas and separates it into to either bury the shellcrackersor "localized substance hitting the fish Strickland of Strickland's Landing, a
three products, gasoline, propane and butane, which is haul them to the nearest dump. while on the bed." Jones would not lifetime resident of the lake said
I r then sold to the public Including the City of Starke, speculate on the type of substance moderate kills occur annually with
through its sister company, the Florida Gas Transmission W.C. Townsend reported filling a referred to. He said no kills of a the heaviest spawning usually in
Co. garbage can at his Kingsley Lake serious nature had been reported June but the current kill was the
The plant hires 32 area workers' and handles a capacity camping area Sunday, and others from any other lakes in the area. largest in his memory.

.r f of over 670,000,000 cubic feet of gas every day. said they had filled five-gallon Ed Barber, head of enforcement There has been some speculation
Huge storage tanks dominate the landscape at the plant buckets. department at the Jacksonville DER that boats equipped with battery
site. The propane which has to be separated from the When first contacted Tuesday, office first said. "We have no reasonto operated devices to drop charged
natural gas, is stored in two gigantic 5,000,000 gallon tanksat Jerry Krummrich. fisheries biologistwith believe the quality of water in wires into the spawning beds may
a frigid 40 degrees below zero. the Florida Game & Fresh Water Kingsley Lake is at fault." But later have been responsible for the fish
"We hare enough cooling capacity here to aircondition Fish Commission office in Lake City, communications indicated that DER massacre. However there is no
the entire city of Starke" Riggs said. attributed the kill to the usual loss of was planning to send a water biologistto evidence of such an operation, and
The Absorber Tower, a tall metal structure in the middle shellcrackers (bream) during the the lake. most observers discount this
of operation,separates the three different productswith spawning season. Fish are under The beach along the Camp Blan- possibility.Some .
the aid of simple gravity pressure and temperaturedue stress while bedding and an oxygen ding side of the lake apparently of the fish did show signs of
to the differing weights of the gases. deficiency, possibly caused by sudden escaped a major kill since being mangled but could have been
"Ib really a simple process." Riggs said as he adjusted change in water temperature, could shellcrackers seemed to be bedding eaten by turtles or alligators.
control knobs in the plant's electronic command center.
"It's Just done on a very large scale."
The control center easily one of the Bw
parts of the tour, gives plant technicians a computerize Inir
look at. every sub-operation within the workings of the SL

plant. ...
Here gauges show critical temperature readings and
flow rates that help the operators keep the whole opera- j
',b tion running smoothly.
"We've never had a real severe emergency out here but
if we ever do we can shut the whole thing down in a matter
of minutes," said Riggs. who has been working at the
: plant since 1968. "Overall, it is a very safe operation."
"We need to promote more clean industries like this"
Chamber Manager Wilson said at the conclusion of the
tour. "This is a boost to our economy here in this area with
30 people here. One of
employed our continuing goals in
r the chamber Is to encourage more businesses like this one
' to relocate here."


A Big Week

"j-i In Sports

; Starkettes. 301 Win
Softball Tourneys '
. TUESDAY. June 22 : \
Front of TOY 11.2..M Claus 'A' All Stars

Donation* $2.50
7 PM Veteran H Spouse
'Mlee pages t. 12, 13.' 14 for DetailsInside.
BHS CLASS or H72 REUNION fr l,.gr
Camp Handing' Officers Club pr

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,, MONDAY'June 21 '.. "" .' SENIOR CITIZENS ,, ,,
IOARD MEETING 7 PM Fellowship Hall ... ', :\ i 'L T ors

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SECTION At ,. .,:';, Summertime
Outside. N.wi.... ., ........ I 3Editorial. .
... .. ." .,. .. .i' ......... 4 Pal Patlllo strums an Appalachian dulcimer as part of Next Thursday. June 2.. the "Summertime Funtlme" '
Rain is expected to cool things off around here today (Thursday, June Socl.I...4I ...t.Toys 1 t "Summertime runtime" at the Bradford County program will feature Mrs. Janet Cunningham a local \
17)), but more hot. sultry days and nights are in store. spa'. ... ....... ..Page* *, 17-14 Public Library., artist who will illustrate a number of stories as they
Afternoon and evening thundershowers are predicted by the Division of Lpo1i"' ." -'...OM. ,.. ..p..9. 13 .Intently watching as Patillo played classical folk. read alouel. All children from 7-Z years old are Invited are "
Forestry headquarters on SR-100 west of Starke. Scottish and church music were Dwaln and Sonya to attend this 10-10:30 a.m. program., -
.Around two inches of rain fell at the New River and Santa Fe towers br Thompson. Kelly and Jeff Hester Dwayne Romona and The Presachool Sloryllme will continue Tuesday
inging the months rainfall up to around three inches. June has a >>year SECTION Bi. ,'.: Chad Tennanl. and Eddie Pollard. June n. at 10 a.m. Ever wondered how an elephant '"
'average of 8.44 Inches of ralntall.'New River measured 2.a1lnches this Obn.'rl". ..,.. ,,,. .... ....,.. 2.' his trunk1 Don" miss this delightful story by got ii,
past week;Santa Fe 1.9 inches and the Louis Hill tower. at Lawtey .22 In Now Brief.Pages 4.S Wednesday morning some 120 children watched a Kipling. Each child will get to make his Rudyard .
,ches. Classified.'....... I.t .' magician. perform at the library. take home won trunk to. 'i I

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County Conunission Asks for New, Bids on Insurance After:,..Stee ,Rate, hike

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convenient and that the Alan Parlapiano to have a representative '"But ,I haven't talked?:toanybody
look zoning
L from Florida'State University, There Crouse said he'd over UM more
percent A steep toss rate ratio increase on health following insurance a 9t is some question over whether Weeks, equipment which became availabh! ordinance allows! the procedure. Gainesville at the in meeting the chambers 4 p.m. June of Chief 16 in who wants to pay for (the signs.1Was

has forced the Bradford County Commission a former librarian at Union Correctional when the Bradford County; volunteer!I
Tench t to for study a propot.
Circuit Judge Benjamin presented
Was notified Director
Institution has the required 2 quit and that the equipment need!i by Zoning
ask bids to be opened
to new L.M. Gaines of the resignation of discuss allocation of a state fund to ed ordinance for the licensing of con;
in a public library
in a special meeting at 8 pun.June 28. years experience repair. in- 1 RamdyHayes.
I. Board has take Wiley Langford of Graham from the pay attorneys for defending tractors by electrical contractor
Aetna Insurance Co.has increased, but the State Library 'm sure Mr. Mosley can can
't effective July 1, the price of coverage: agreed to overlook that. Farnsworthsaid. of it," said Chairman Carter, referrIng Zoning Board. Gaines was asked by digents. Such cases arise when a -..
The needs a certified to Commissioner Lawrenc<; Chairman Carter to avoid getting twoi and
for a county employee which the county public defender has a conflict a of )?
Indicated the acquisition right
iI' all of. $15 month librarian for the local library to be Mosley who has been working will zoning board members from the same attorney has to be appointedby
county per : :i
pays private
of- is the holdup on beginning
of the when filling the way
from$39.47 month to$54.41.Farm eligible to receive state aid. the volunteer firemen."I part county the court. -
per "' paving of Spcedville Road. The county ;
can't do it without dollars vacancy. '
ly coverage,which the employee pays cannot start work until all the
all of. will go $22 per month from Was told by Tom Sanders arepresentative Mosley shot back.: Carter and Moslej r Agreed to make and erect four or
up secured because
t $58 to $80.54.Richard of the North Central continually toss jibes back and forth,, Set a first budget workshop to hear five Crime Watch signs at the requestof right-of-way Is ontliaproperty
t Roberts the agent of Florida Health Planning Council,that mostly in jest.Approved spending requests for 8 p.m. June 21. Mrs. Vernie Odom, who is heading owner could' stop;, the.proJect. '*-"
record for the policy said county this is the last year of federal fundingfor Once the property appraiser certifies the effort to establish a Crime Watch
I"! : ': :' employees have incurred: several the health services. After this a nonexclusive Iran. the millage the county has only IS here. The commission was delaying The county will move home fence i:
sizable claims.The highest claim was year,the state will have to pick up the chise lot Bradford Video to put Cable> days In which to adopt a tentative because the signs cost $24.53 each and for one property owner from which""
around 5000.Roberts said but there tab or cut back on services. Sanders TV lines in a 3-mile wide corridor budget and get it to Tallahassee, they were talking about 50 of them. the right-of-way has,, Already been.
were 18 claims in that category.To also asked the county commission to around Starke and Lawtey.The board.1 warned Clerk Gib Brown. Mrs. Odom. however, convinced the secured, said Chairman Carter, .*.
hold rates down Roberts suggested name a member to the health board. had held a workshop on the issue the commission to just make a start witha
the county increase its deductible previous week. Nathan Porter, few signs."I -Indicated member; will l talk with
to employees from the current: Took under advisement a proposal general manager of Clay Video Inc, Agreed to pay $825 to upgrade the haven't talked to anybody who the City of Starke about the ountypa'ing
$100 to $250. At Roberts' suggestion by the Starke office of the Continental of which Bradford Video is a subsidiary Softball field at Theressa from doesn't think its a good idea," said the city for' fire' protection:
the commission agreed to ask for an Telephone) Co.of South Florida(CTC) said it is not feasible to putC..able recreation funds in next year's Mrs. Odom. around the outside of Starke but tAi\f"\
alterate bid on the $:50 deductible to to take over maintenance of the cour- TV lines in rural areas of the budget Ernest Triest paid the bill inthe "Oh, yeah.." agreed Chairman populated areas. Such a proposal wasw'' ;
see how much that will save. thouse telephone system. The systemis county, but that the company will meantime. Carter. made two years ago. ',
maintained by Florida Interconnect areas of concentrated population :
Both Roberts and the county commission now survey ,
were surprised to see the loss which charges $190 per such as around Hampton Lake. Agreed to adopt a resolution' favoring ".!.J..
experience. Roberts said he thinks month with a limit off 100 phones the protection of the Suwannee
Aetna will be one of the lowest in the which is the capacity of the current Approved the zoning reclassifica- River and its tributaries,of which the
rebidding process. system with a total of 76 phones in use lions as recommended by the ZoningBoard Santa Fe River is orH!.a the requested New Librarian.... 'J. 'J j ;i
For years the county had health insurance for: the Suwannee County Commission. headTlibrarian
with Blue Cross-Blue Shield. now.At the suggestion of L.M. Gaines. -D.M. Hale open rural to genera] The Suwannee Commission has Arnold Weeks is new
When rates began going up the com- who works with the switchboard commercial, for a business with living adopted a resolution against the peat at the Bradford. County
mission put the insurance out on bid. system the county owns Gaines and quarters upstairs on 3.2 acres twomiles mining of the Santa Fe Swamp and Public Library. The library now
Last year the commission con- Commissioner E.W. Hodges, who south of Starke on theeastsidxeof favoring its purchase of the state. e has The Telegraph on microfilm Middle, in
volunteered will investigate the US-301. addition to the Bradford
sidered a partially self-insurance program pro-
through an association which posal. Grant Ward from CTC made -Mark Olin residential to intensive Referred Public Defender Alan School and the Florida Library of
the commission.Was commercial for his mobile homes History at the UF. Weeks Is seated at
represents a group of Florida cities the proposal to Parlapiano to E.L Matthews with
and counties. Since that group was sales and repair business on SR100west. complaints about the public the new microfilm egtdpmenlydesk a .
new last year: the commission decid- told by Fire Council Olin's business was grand- defenders quarters in the old courthouse -
ed to take a wait and see attitude. spokesman Bill Crouse that when the fathered in when the zoning ordinancewas now owned by the Board of iY--
dispatcher calls the fire trucks roll adopted and he is just getting it Historical Trustees. On complaints on '
In other action Monday June 7, the no matter what kind of call it is. properly classisified. the phone system. Parlapiano agreedto TKtMADfOtD'
Commission: Crouse was answering Chairman have secretaries in the local officeto COUNTY TtlECOAPMIf
Maxie Carter's question of the Approved the request of Zoning visit the courthouse to see how the pvka.h.d.wgr lbllyd.pw,38
to answer brush fires. Director L.M. Gaines to allow five W.e.et .....
Approved the employment of a necessity phone system supposed to work. ,
new library director at the recom- Carter said timber companies really members of the Zoning Board to also The ladies are having trouble s... .,,.....J2"
mendation of the Library Board don't want or need the county's help serve as members of the Board of Adjustment transferring calls from their phonesto 'J
represented before the commissionby that at times the county fire trucks Gaines said he's had great: the office of the attornies. Parla s.c.*,a...,.....,.w a 7"SIwII. ..
I CPA Pat Farnsworth. The new get in the way. Crouse replied that at difficulty in getting members for the piano said. .,/lotd. .1
director is Arnold Weeks who has a times the county fire trucks help save Board of Adjustment this will
master's decree in library science buildings! within the,fire perimeter. elminiate night meeting,be much Was asked by Public Defender $i.kKrlpil........
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I. City Preparing $2,500,000 Package 1 _'-1 .,......,.. .:.;.

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(From rage i/\i The city nas oeen trying for months 10 get in touch Doc Adams Day... j j '0:
Bessent. Hammock &: Ruckman told the city council with Gurin, the project manager of the city's ill-fated Mayor Vernon D. Silcox signed a

Tuesday night. June 15. $327,100 experimental project to run a 1.000 KW electricity resolution Jane IS declaring the first ,.:':
Starke's project will be handled by EPA in Atlanta, generator off of gas converted from wood. Saturday *f each July commencing
rather than the state Dept. of Environmental Regulation Sitting silently, holding their questions the council July 3. 1982. Dr. Ilerlong H. Adams (get (
said Lucas. The state doesn't want to handle small heard Gurin say the project was a failure and be Day. .deed
projects he said. wouldn't try it again under the same set of cir- This special day b fat I recognition .
The sewer improvement is the largest and final stageof cumstances. Working with the University of Florida appreciation of service to the people
improving the percentage of effluent removed from Engineering Department, the City of Starke. and the of Starke and Bradford County t l
the water going through the treatment plant. It is a 75-25 Federal Department of Energy is just too diverse and that Dr. Adams has given as a DRAWDY
federal-local funded project. The city has already caused communications to break down Gurin said. dedicated physician, family man and .. tl
received some $2.2 million over the past seven years to An executive summary,written by Gurin.was read by clUien of this community for the past .5}
fix leaks in sewer lines and to buy the old airport southof him to the council. Gurin said a final report en the project "years. 1
Starke as a effluent site. is not yet available.In Dr. a medical doctor .has ( ;) STATE RFPP r-ccNTAT''VE ::u
The Reagan administration, however, has changedEPA's the summary Gurin states the project failed been L. since IM3. during that 1
stance on the spray effluent program.Now EPA because data accepted as correct was proven faulty. It time he was Instrumental in DEMOCRAT w- ,
will improve the current plant by adding additional (Bradford.Clay.St,Johns)' .
now appears there was no way of knowing that introduction establishing the Bradford Covaty "r/
equipment and changing from anaerobic treatment of gas into the power plant engine was not possible. Hospital and the Starke Golf aadOontry : ..j..
(without air) to aerobic which is faster. The aerobic or that the problem could not be worked out.Gurin said Club '
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treatment using bacteria which breathe air, will speed reading from his prepared statemenL'NIl' Plans are feeing made*have a golf L I *" '''I L6L( ..
,the treatment allowing the plant to remove more solids City Utility Director Merrill Dees and Power.Plant*" I tgmrftmemt and a fearbue on Julys: ., :.... ',J Ti'(. 1 J;, t1
from the water.Hob \ nIRl.nM4m 979w' p,1< via
Supt. George Graudons questioned that the project fat honor of the special day. The com
would work all along. munity Is Invited to participate. -
Gurin Finally Shows Up City commissioners also have questions they want tot Proven Integrity Effectiveness LeadershipPfedlO'DyTitMwM'Wtn i ipd
ask about project funding. Question now is disposition of
About Wood-Burning Project the left over funds and the closing out of the project. A not I >Mtfl

..1 "I believe I saw Mr. Gurin come in... Close the door report will have to be submitted to DOE.
I Chief. Don't let that fellow out." Mayor Vernon Silcox Gurin promised to deliver the final report and to comeback
said only half jokingly. to a future council meeting to discuss the project '. ,.,
with the council.

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Gospel Music Sing 4-H News

Set Saturday NightA field trip, the 4-H'ers enjoyed talkingto
gospel music jamboree is set By Carolyn Redding the owner of Bo-Bett Farms touring
from 7pm.until, this Saturday the stables and even venturing out
night. June 19. at the Gospel Music There's a 4-H special interest clubin into the pasture to take a look at the IrJ e
Park on Crawford Road near Lawtey. Bradford County that you may not mares and their foals.
The June 19 sing will feature the know about but it sure is a special With such a big interest in horses in
Biddle Family the Family of God concern for a group of 4-H'ers that Bradford County, the Horse Club and 0
Singers, and Susie and the Family of love horses. Mr. Melson are looking for a lot of interested .
God This special interest club is the 4-H
Singers.The youngsters at the first Horse
park is on the property of Horse Club and its leader. Mr. Bill Club meeting next year which should cd BEST Exterior; Oil Stajp
Donald Wilkinson about a mile west of Melson, has worked with a team of be sometime in early September.
SR-200A (Old Lawtey Road). It is the leaders this year to teach the 4-H'ers s Both solid and Semi-transparent
same park the Blue Grass festivals as much as he can about horses. Gospel Sing FeaturedAt
were held on until it moved to SR-22S Since most of the 4-H Club membersare Pint hill MethodistA
at Lawtey.The young horsemen. Mr. Melson has
gospel sings were started in appreciated the guiding leadership of gospel sing featuring The
Redeemed will be hosted
Mrs. Sandra by the nez bun
April and are held every other Satur- Melson. Mrs. Barbara Pinehill
Mosley and Mrs. Denise Wishart in Congregational Methodist
day night. Wilkinson says. Some 250 Church June 19 at 7:30
persons attended the last gospel sing every activity the club has entertained The p.m.
church known as the old
an increase of about SO persons. this year. r. a,
A concession stand is open during The club's biggest event this year Huck-a-Berry Church invites i
to the
the sing. There is no charge for has been a field trip to Bo-Bet Farmsin everyone refreshments. gospel and sing and .r ,
campers. nearby Reddick Florida. On this Sister
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40 PHS Grads ,Set BUS Class of '72

FmHhhal' >pa 'Trip' T
The 1982 Bradford High graduates Reunion SaturdayThe
1 going on the annual trip to the
r Bahama ,Island8pye, to meet at the Bradford High School class o
: Bradford 1972 will be holding their ten year ret
Square, ,Parking( Lot at, ,7
nion this 19 at th
a.InJune$8. "I Camp Blanding Officers Club, begin 9 s r
iI The 'travelers: are asked to bring J7i
I their ing at 7:30: pm.AU'those .
birth certificate or a copy of it
1 along, If,,any question phone 864-8279. who attended BUS o :
The graduated as a member of the 197: tN'v'd.ad
group will travel to Miami on a
Greyhound bus, then,,take a ship out of class are cordially invited.A (I I
buffet style dinner will tx
Mami to the
Bahamas.llampton .
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featured with music provided bJ;
Jack O'Brien until 12 a.m.
Charter O'Brien will be brining back, ol G '+ f i'r' '

Meeting June 19 memories by playing favorites of thi.
\ early 70'a, as well as most any type o
bhp, town,of Hampton has changed music at request.
.. its I : meeting on' charter revision to Dress is casual and set-ups foi
, Saturday, June..19, at 7 p.m. at city BYOB are included with the dinner
. hall.The ,: Total cost for the evening is $12.50 It r nlfr a' t 'C:
meeting that night will be a person payable at the door or in ad
chance for council members and vance
l townspeople to express their opinionson Persons needing informatior I
changing the old Hampton charter. should contact Lee Hardenbrook al t It t
Plans are to draw up a new proposed 964-6280 Ext. 215. or Lee Sparks,,,
charter and have it go before 364-6330. Please check at main gat,
!.. Hampton voters for approval in and mention. the reunion party for, i r, a S t
Sd tember. directions. S ,
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I V,' i They Earned Top Grades at Southside Elementary.,,.
; Brooker News
These 40 students earned straight-A's at Southside Elementary School for Bradley Chris Rodrigue Jamie Redding, Jason Canova. Sheri Patterson
the fifth six-weeks grading period which ended April 21. Amanda Loper. Jonathan Ferguson.
f" Will Ward family as they were Joined They are ll-rr): Third row- Becky Phillips. Madona Tyler Jane Stanwlx-llay Kelly Ann
,By C.E.. "Sue" Davis by the John Ward families and Jess First row- Maria Strickland. Holly Hatcher, Julie Williams Michael Duncan, Sarah Looney Stephanie Agin. Janice Davie, Dana Dunlap,
Phone: 4851344J' Parrish family members at New McKinney Jeremy Crawford Tana Sarnt liana Dodd Jenny Richardson Yvonne Bobo, Kevin Boone Julie Ferguson.
Hope Church to begin a two day Maria Toth, Jana Thornton. Christi Melton. Fourth row- Shana Schmitt. Beth McKinney, Misty Telkin. Kevin Krack
Brooker. Elementary celebration. Second rowMatthew Eunice Emory Prevail Brad Neighbors, Steve Alisha Gruen, Melinda Powell Brian Canova Holly Shields.
Campers and motor homes began to
School News arrive early Saturday morning and
BES annual sixth grade continued through the day. There was SFCC to Offer Summer Art CourseSanta
banquet was held at the greetings to be heard as new arrivals
Fe offers class will and .. - -
Creek restaurant in Turkey stopped in. Community College The meet on Monday -
Caeek: on Friday night May 28. In came old friends to enjoy a visit area residents an opportunity to paint Wednesday evenings from 7 to 10:15:
Twenty-four students their parents and fish and hush puppies. This was under the guidance of nationally- p.m., from June 23rd through August5th. : GOSPEL MUSIC PARK
aftl the teaching stall were presentf the beginning of the two day gab fest. known artist SFCC instructor Lenny The course may be taken either 712-3071
this formal At Sunday the tables groanedwith Kesl. for audit or credit. For further Infor- UWTET. FLA.
event. noon on Off Sr.-200A on Crawford. Hd.
the heavy load of food preparedby Kesl's work has appeared in many mation phone the SFCC Starke
om Casey,'superintendent of the the many cooks who got an early exhibits throughout the country. I Center office at 964.5382. SATURDAYS 7:00pm: ADMISSION FREE

Bedford County School System wast start while their families were --- June 19 Bkldle Family Family of God Singers. Sound ol Hope, Suds
.. speaker for the occasion. Casey recouperating from the previous day and the Family of God Singers.
. pulsed the students for their hard of feasting. As one remarked "God July 3 Gatpelltii Quartet, Gospel Sounds, Tin Clarions
""Irk: and each student to will meet here again in
encouraged willing we 17
July Ken Bears Family Sound of Victory
reich out and fulfill his or her future 1983. It sure has been a wonderful Rhodens Fish MarketIS
. Infedvanced education. weekend." July 31 Kings Ouartet. The Singing Christians, Sutile and The Familyof
t OPEN EVERY DAYat God SingersAug. .
. was presented to Principal
. Buddy Patterson from the students to 7 Ftortdlans Quartet, Tilt Jericho Singers. Frampton Family
the East end of H
show their appreciation for the long mptonfreSn Aug. 21 toddle Family The Master Singers. Caarcy Family

i hours he worked during, and after SR 18 &: 221 468-2947 Sept. 4 Gospel Sounds, Gotpel Travelalrs, Sounds of Hope Singing
school in their behalf. As an expression Christians
.. of love and thanks for her '
4 gracious help throughout the year a r tJ\u\\et oysters ShrlJJ Sept. 18 Glory. Prophet Jericho Singers. .Sunny lid. Bluegrass. GOlpetSlnge.The
plague was presented to Mrs. Ezzel, Singers.Oct.
1 the; sixth grade teacher who worked i.1e 16 Kin Beers. Family. The Mill..... Sound ol Victory

i long with the students at various projects GOSPEL MUSIC PARK Back In April of 1970. Mr & Mrs.Don Milkmon. opened! their HI.I.K GRASS;
to raise the funds to make this a COUNTRY MUSIC PARK. By April 1979 they both sere converted! lo Christ. and the Blue Urns c
t night to remember for the class.After crowd.had outgrown the park So the Milkman, dedicated their, property to Ih..IAlrd und named it
.. GoBpel Mile. Park, l located! in Lawle)', Florida A very beautiful and peaceful place where >ou
thtij; ceremony each student.was can park your camper overnight About monthly on Saturday nights you can enjoy Gospel :Mimic
: presented with a certificate.The > Concerts at the park.They alsoscheduleBenefit sings for surthycauses You willed. joy a tripand.
staff of BES and the community Getting Pinned. Sheep : 4 f, S"wtfe overnightlay.
r. of Brooker extend their wishes for For mailing schedules of the Gospel Sings you can write to Don Wilkiwm., P U. 161.1..le I )'.
Florida 32058
BES sixth graders got a
success to each of the nirCT.
4 graduates. Head .
pinned on by Mrs. Dea Paterson. + r Mrr .era" w. w "' Wo'Charge.For Family Reunion.
| .. Ward )Reimion ,..... .of, principal .Buddy( Patterson, and' .J ..... .

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\Longest) Strariberrf{ SeaS&f%$ Was 'Berry, Berry !, : :' Good "

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I I 1982 will go down in history as the plastic mulch, fertilizer, picking, and where it now costs them $1.50 to $2. 'i > f
., 'longest continuous strawberry season packing -- Griffis estimates it now Many years ago plants cost $2 or less r,
x>n record according to Lloyd Griffis, costs about $3,500 per acre from setting per thousand. Now, the newer
'1)f): sWhohas: already ordered plants to set Douglas plants cost around $43 per
i this,fall in preparation for his 49th thousand and California Sequoias
year of berry growing. brought$40 per thousand last fall

Most growers started picking the Griffis will step up his planting to
f first of March and continued, withouta 75,000 for the coming season, as com-
break through the last week in May, pared to the 65,000 he set last faU. At
< a total of 12 weeks. $43 per thousand, that's a con-

: Some seasons are as short as six Sr siderable Investment in itself. : t'.5,
weeks,but Griffis says he remembers Griffis a recent convert to the p
one, in the days when berries were Douglas variety,says it is not quite as I
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still mulched with wire grass and pine "good eating" as the Juicier Sequoia
needles that,stretched out over six but has the advantage of a tougher
months. Growers started picking In I 1IiII -4;;: 11 17 h skin resulting in longer shelf life. .eMMr'v+ .
December and continued through!,*j. _
May, but there was a two week breakin While some estimates have placed
harvesting, due to freezes. Bradford's 1982 berry crop at 125
acres Griffis said he did a little
The prolonged season is attributedto calculating on his own, counting even
a combination of weather conditions the small backyard patches, and
;: a wet April and cool nights in could come up with only 92 acres.This ) P + y _
/' May that brought on a heavy second would) be a new low for a county that
>, crop which growers sold at good J once grew around 1,200 acres of "The ,
; prices ranging from an early season sweetest strawberries this side of q
:; $7 to$8 per flat, tapering off to 4.50 to heaven." r
$5 at the end. ,
is he the .
Why continuing
in the fall to plowlng-under in late berry- ,
In spite of the good production and growing drudgery for another year?
favorable prices,Griffis says farmersare spring. I
still hard put to make a profit r _
from their labors. All overhead considered For example, farmers used to get "I just love to grow 'em," Griffis rid : I Cey
farm equipment, fuel. their berries picked for 50 cents a flat, J

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century in the strawberry business.

Sunshine Acres Is Bright Spot

Sunshine Acres Successful Open House

For Bradford's RetardedA

Gets Its Message Across to PublicSunshine

happy group of clients at Sunshine Acres behavior in public places, human growth and

greeted a surprisingly large group of visitorsat development, recreation and exercise (such Acres had its first Open program and learn about Sunshine for helping us meet our
Sun- special ) and occasional House Friday, June 1. The of Acres" matching
the sheltered workshop on Highway 16 as Olympics trips to purpose fund obligation. This would be an
the lake movie. the open) house was to give the com-
day afternoon. or a munity of Starke an opportunity to Most of the people were surprised to outrage and I don't think the public

Equally pleased were visitors who saw the During the past two years the program has observe the many training programs see the retarded able to work at the would hurt accept the it. as this and would would severe-be
complex tasks of) tools ly program a
offered the retarded adults at the using power
worthwhile accomplishments now being grown from a client enrollment of 26 to a total work activity center and to learn direct slap in the face to the Retarded
achieved by clients of Sunshine Acres, and of 42 all that can be provided for under the what Sunshine Acres was all about.just Letterssaws Citizens of Bradford County

noted the increased enrollment, and improved present budget. However, Director Larimer If more of the Commissionerswould
the sheltered in the has hopes of this number in Bob Larimer, the Director of Sun- and
facilities at workshop past increasing monthsto shine Acres and his staff many sorting and packagIng have been able to attend open
two years, during the administration of executive come, if additional funding can be secured.All pleasently surprised at the large were turnout jobs performed with such efficiency. house and view how the program has
director Bob Larimer. Sunshine Acres is a work activity improved and the benefit is is to the
together, it appears that Sunshine Acresis prepared on Friday.to serve"Although lunch for we ISO were center operated by the Bradford retarded, I'm sure they would feel
A color slide program during the open house providing an invaluable service to the sons, we didn't expect that actually per- Association for Retarded Citizens.It's that this was the best use of $4,000 in
hours showed happily employed retarded retarded citizens of Bradford County, and the that many people would attend. Best to mentally goals are retarded to offer citizens quality of training Brad- the county. In fact I was going to ask
in deserves the estimates were that at least'150 for more, funds, next year as our
clients of Bradford County busily engaged program County Commissioner'scontinued peopie ford County and provide theraputic
match so much
constructive occupations rather than wasting suooort.- ... L....._ were able to view the open house climate where- ,the retarded are ableto higher now requirements"' are; .
their hours away in 'some'.drab Institution or, jI '- l.,_.., i i learn skills which .help J them to
watching the "boob tube" at home. Their pay b become more independent in the Aside from the yearly struggle of
based every day lives. Currently 42 clientsare trying to find matching funds to keep
while low by normal labor standards is .
attending Sunshine Acres where the program going and searching for
on their productivity as compared to a normal & they not only learn necessary skills to income-producing work for the cleints
person working on the minimum wage Small :_ become more independent, they also to do, staff, which includes teachers,
.f as it may be, it is infinitely better than learn money for work they performon vocational instructors, and super-
I nothing, and is welcomed by the clients who any of the various contracts at the to visors make, has dedicated time and energy
center. Sunshine
use if for personal needs and recreation.All where the retarded are Acres welcomed a place and

of the realized by Sunshine Acreson a't Contrary to one report that clients encouraged to reach for the stars.
money pay is subsized by state and federal This is the most dedicated staff I have
its various contracts with businesses and
grant, every cent the client earns ever seen and perhaps the most com
industries is used in turn, to pay clients' .... |comes directly from the product her petent at what they do.
wages. ....... I or she is working on at the center, I wish more could
whether it is people really
sorting battery parts or
Another misconception in the minds of some 4. helping to make pallets. Believe me, come by and visit this program as we
in need
are of
Bradford Countians is that "half or more" of the grants only cover 'the, basic munity for the support of the cbnr'"
the Sunshine clients are residents of Union I ....I vI necessities of staff salaries, rent and,, volunteers; equipmentand
...... I hetp..The Open House'
supplies. certainly wish that client
County and "Union County doesn't pay a cent"to salary could be included because ; showedjme); that Bradford County :
help meet the budget of Sunshine Acres. ., -.- are always trying to find enough work we ,really cares about us.,but this is only

This may have been formerly the case, but (' / a for them to do,' in fact, we struggle done.the st.artlt.' there. is 'much) still to. be '.t
Sunshine Acres stopped accepting Union every year to locate some kind of in, .
County clients at the start of the last budget l come producing work so ,that each, Door prizes' were' 'Urinated j .by''t.' ''t.t I
client can get paid. You would not 'TG&Y! Automotive Parts ;.Center.,'
because UC refused ...
year again to contributeits -- 11" believe the self-esteem and proud 'Acme'Hardware, Jacksoq' 'Buldipg/ .Ij
share. I "
look they show every Supply'Water's GrocerY:rBadcock
feel worthwhile and productive Home Furnishings, Keith's
The goal of Sunshine Acres is "normaliza-
something they usually have never Salon Sunshine Florist Stump's
tion" of its clients, and this is achieved by providing -jj-t had until coming to Sunshine Acres. Department Store, Hosier's Paul's y
workshop programs in a "job at- I Dry Cleaning?Alligator Creek Ranch," U
understand that the County Com- Starke Paint
Center And
mosphere" aimed at teaching otherwise mission ; Watson's
is talking about cutting the Western Wear.
helpless individuals a marketable skill. In- Visitors to the Sunshine Acres open house had an opportunity to view and pur- $4,000 they provide to Sunshine Acres Bob" farimerDirector
cluded in these workshops are a greenhouse chase handcraft article made by the clients. From left three clients Clint HAKC
where plants are grown under a horticulture Bateman.Joy Brown and Barbara Beailey show paintings and plants to Sunshine .
Acres director Bob Larimer, and" E.W.Hodges, president of the board of directors r
instructor and
; a saw shop; sorting packaging Of BARC7* I j.
articles for nearby industries; making attrac-
tive border-fencing from scrap lumber, which f4,
can be used as skirting for mobile homes; and .
the building of new wooden pallets and the r f. &!! .i

recycling of old and broken pallets. Perform- ,

ing this work affords many of the clients their __
first opportunity to earn money or even to
spend money that they can call their own.

Naturally, this improves their self-image and
provides an incentive to do more and better

As far as tax-saving is concerned, it has -
been estimated that it costs $15,000 or more to ; 'r.- : .*' '!

maintain a retarded citizen in an institution -N-,
such as Sunland, while the cost of providing 4-L.----i:

the sheltered workshop training for clients liv- ._
ing either at home or In group houses is

roughly $7,200 a year. Both figures include Four rffirieS are busy
Medicade, Social Security deductions, and the near .hwithuatPaltetslreJust pallets for I
housing; produced by client. In the sheltered workshop one the Mem"

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Sunshine Acres'' annual budget to provide School's ,Out: Watch For Kids I
these services for its clients is $122,000 for the A

current fiscal year. Seventy-five percent of School bells which have rung for the January "through April last year, and
this total is paid by a Title 20 Federal Grant. : last time signaling the end of the there have been 52 bic>'clists killed
The State's share is 12.5 percent of the budget, school year should serve as a warning during the first four months of 1982.
to both motorists and parents to show These figures include
and the local match is also 12.5 (in this mopeds which
extra concern for the more than 1'. are classified as bicjclcs.
case approximately $13,000). Of the $13,000 Exotic million fun-loving Florida youngsters Florida Highway Patrol director.
local share, the County is now providing $4,000 Mae Davis plant. Pat are Mllner.thriving and under Vivian tile TLC (tender loving care) of(from left) Ida who are out of school for the summer, Colonel Eldngc Hcach cautions all
Mercer. Sunshine Acre I* selling plant at said the Florida Highway Patrol. motorists to be
especially alert
bargain price to the
public prior to their vacation shutdown next week.
annualJy..with the rest to come from work con- Pedestrian fatalities Increased by inn blocks\the | -''way to pedestrians 1
tracts, special events, donations and two percent during the first four mon bicyclist Is even if the pedestrian
ths of I walking or) riding his
1983 over the or
same period in
membership fees in the Bradford Association her bicycle
1981. The number of improperly; "Youngsters
for Retarded Citizens.In ed during this period pedestrians in 1982 was kill-299. will I be in places, that were deserted!
MPS I compared to 294 in the first four,mon only and a month ago." Beach warned
addition to their trade skills, the "nor-- ths of 1931. areas around vacant lots,
malization" process also includes training in Bicycle deaths have decreased recreation areas. parks and suburban -'
living skills, such as cooking and cleaning A delsel l powarod vehicle hs ton devised that Is slightly by two percent' during the sidewalks areas 'where there are no
reading traffic and other signs, normal social miles per gallon at 25 miles per hour. said to b..capable of achieving 1.S8S first four months of 1982. There were more cautious will require drivers to be
during the
r 53 deaths in bicycle accidents from months" summer

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Jackson and Kevin Bradley Miss Wanda Atwood o

Coke Party HonoreeMiss '

Garden Wedding at Hampton LakeBrenda Doug Reddish Wanda,Atwood was honored bride-elect with of a .1, The Social SideGladys

Coke Party last Saturday mornIng r
Lee Jackson, daughter ol from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. Hostesses for
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Wade Jackson, the occasion were Mrs. John Chitty, Mooty Of The
and Marcus Kevin Bradley, son of Mrs. J.E. Denmark, Mrs. Joe Cissy,
Mr. and Mrs. Noonen M. Bradley, all Mrs. Harry Hatcher Jr. and Mrs.
of Starke, were united in marraige Frank Mitchell. The Hatcher home on Society Editor
Saturday, May 22, at 8 pm. at a East Call Street was the setting for
garden wedding at the home of Mr. the party. : 9647608Engaged News !
and Mrs.Kenneth Crawford at Hampton Greeting guests at the door and Introducing : p
Lake with Rev. Gerald Crawford them to the receiving line O
performing the nuptials. was Mrs. Hatcher. Guests were
Forming the background for the' received by the bride-elect; her f '
ceremony was a golden archway ent mother, Mrs. J.E. Wynn of Keystone Ivll Couple Honored at LuauMiss
wined with greenery, flanked by Heights; the groom-elect's mother, : .
candelabras, palm trees and ar- s. Mrs. Drew Reddish; and Mrs. Glenn : and daisies. Fruit drinks
rangements of daisies, carnations, Fowler, sister of the honoree. : Vicky Turner and Paul DiVito, hydrangeas served the and corn-on-
fern, roses and baby's breath. The refreshment table in the dining whose marriage will be an event of were on in patio in the
boiled a huge pot
Presenting a program of nuptial room was covered with a lovely white Tammy Mersey, July 3, were honored at a Luau Satur was
music was Sheena Easton,soloist and army/navy imported cloth and was Robert day night given by Mr. and Mrs. Jim- yard. attending bet-
Jean Tanner playing a tape recorder. 1 centered with an arrangement of my Reddish, Dr. and Mrs. Richard Among the 65 guests and 10 were
hours 7:30 p.m.
Noonen Moab Bradley was best fresh summer roses and white Odom, Dr and Mrs. Tommy Rtlch ween the : and Mr.
man. Ushers were Eddie Bradley, atMr. daisies. Silver trays and chafing Hersey, and Mr. and Mrs. George Roberts at Mrs. Janet Turner DiVito of Starke of Largo,
Malcolm Bradley and Ronnie dishes held a wide assortment of par- Robert Caverly the home of the latter and Mrs. John
Crawford. Robert Judson Jacksonwas ty finger foods. Plan The luau-dinner party was held on parents of the couple. witha
June 26 WeddingMr. the couple
ringbearer.Mrs. I Mrs. Joan Chitty and Mrs. Joe the patio around the pool and in the The hosts presented knifeas
Richard FiJi served as matronof Gissy handed guests plates and In- and Mrs. Doley M. Hersey of back yard which was gayly lit-up with Teakwood board and cutting
honor. She wore a lilac gown of vited them to the refreshment table. Starke announce the engagement and colored lights. The buffet serving a memento of the occasion.

polyester knit with spaghetti straps f Inviting guests into the family and approaching marriage of their table in the dining room was covered Did You Know..........
that created a halter effect; shirredat Florida room was Mrs. J E. Denmark daughter, Tammy Renee, to Kenneth with a green linen cloth and centered
the empire bodice,flared skirt,and Robert Caverly, son of Mr and Mrs. with an arrangement of flowers and Mrs. C.C. Allen of Macclenny was
flowing capelet with stand up collar The iced cubes were served from a Guy Caverly of Keystone Heights.The fruit. The dining tables on the patio weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. W.S.
and full flowing back trimmed in ,_ ., large silver punch bowl placed on a wedding is planned for June 26, were centered with arrangements of Peters at Kingsley Lake
violet satin. She wore a silk spray arrangement ,;, round table in the Florida room.Serv- at R p.m. in Hope Baptist Church.
of flowers in her hair and i .. '", '.. .- ing cokes during the party hours were Miss Hersey is a 1982 graduate of
carried a spring nosegay. .e1i'' ; ::- .". :.: .'.. Mrs. Eldon Hardy, Mrs. Clyde Bradford High School. Open In Your VicinityNellie's
Bridal attendants Misses Mrs. Stan Reddish of St. Mr Caverly is a 1981 graduate of
were ; Sinclair,
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Tammy Odom, Tressie Baldree and r. :" .* _,;J'. .. '\. (o. Augustine, Mrs. Lee Casey, Jr., and Keystone Heights High School and is Beauty
Donna Crawford. They were attired 0 '\svr. p... '. .", ). .' Mrs. Charles Hardy, Mrs. Charles presently employed at Clay Electric
similar to the honor attendant and ; ';:7: : Francis, Miss Karen Chitty, Misses Co-op in Keystone Heights.All .
carried spring nosegays. 1 Stacey and Allison Denmark. friends and relatives are invitedto ShopFor
Carrie Tanner served as flower girl and Mrs. Kevin Bradley The honoree was presented with a attend
and wore a gown similar to the atten- corsage of summer daisies upon arriving All Your Hair Needs
dants. She carried a lace basket with, lace and sheer polyester organza and with the sugar bowl to her '1
flower petals. gown lined with acetate taffeta with casual china as a memento of the oc- * *
Given in marriage by her brother, Queen Anne neckline, slightly high casion. Vickie Carver Special Special

Roy Wade Jackson, the bride wore a waistline, bishop sleeves with snap Invited 'to attend were approx- Given Surprise "h""* Limited Time June 15-23
cuffs and attached chapel length imately 200 guests.
train. The gown was enhanced with Graduation Party
Mrs. Johnny Hobbs, Jr. pearls and white sequin trim. Her MIss Vickie Carver was honored Permanent Hair Coloring

Honored at Stork ShowerMrs. chapel length veil was secured to a Senior Citizen with a graduation surprise party by Anger and Pencil
of lace trimmed with RELAXERS
headpiece Luncheon June 24 the employees of Mitchell's Drug
Johnny Hobbs, Jr., was pearls and sequins. She carried a spring the store in Starke. Co- Waves Press & Curls
Store June 5 at
honored with a "Come &: Go" Baby cascade bouquet.A Methodist Church and $
Shower last from held at the hostesses were Carolyn Autry 20 Waves
Thursday evening reception was also Senior citizens are invited to the Arlerholt. Marcel
7:30.8:30 p.m. Hostesses for the occasion Crawford home where Mrs. Eloise
regular monthly covered dish lun- The honorpe's table was centeredwith
were Mrs. Millard Brown, Jackson and Mrs. Miriam Faulkner,
cheon at the Methodist FellowshipHall the mortarboard and
Miss Tina Brown, Mrs. Joan Chitty, the graduation
aunts of the bride, greeted guests.
Mrs. Spiros Drivas and Mrs. Warren Apryl Seeley, niece of the bride, kept Plan at noon to on participate Thursday, June in 24.this used scroll throughout, and the graduation the decorations theme was andsettings Specializing In the New
STevenson and held at the covered witha
was the guest gook at a table
the 4th Thursday of served to
fellowship on Champagne was
Crosby Lake home of the Stevenson's.Invited white lace cloth over white linen and ;
each month. celebration "B&B
officially toast the along Cosmopolitan
guests enjoyed a very Infor- held an arrangement of spring decorated with Graduation
with cake
honoree mal party and hour friends.visiting Refreshmentswere with the flowers.The bride's table was covered witha ROSIER'S NURSERY HAS 1982. Vu"kie received graduation gifts the "Curl" of your life

served from the table in the din- white lace cloth over white linen and GONE TO THE DOGS More from friends, and fellow employees Call 782.3995 for appointment Lawteyt FL SR 20QA
ing area. An appropriately decorated was centered with a four tiered wed- Info on Page 14. 964.6214
cake was served from one end of the ding cake decorated! with spring
table and iced cokes from a silver flowers. The table also held spring
bowl at the opposite end. floral arrangemetns and milk glass
The honoree was assisted in open- candle holders with burning tapers. IN ONE
ing her gifts by little Miss Sarah Cutting the cake were Mrs. Brenda
Douglas of Brooker. The hostesses Seeley and Mrs. Sheryl Jackson, BRADFORD SQUARESTYLE .
presented the honoree with a sisters-in-law of the bride.
automatic musical baby swing as a Wilma Geiger and Jean Tanner, SHOP
memento of the occasion. sisters of the bride, presided at the MINUTE
Sharing the party with Kathy were punch table which was covered with a Offers (

her mother and mother-in-law, Mrs. white lace cloth over white linen and July Perm Special ". pr ,.... "
Thomas Casey, Jr., and Mrs. Johnny was centered with' a crystal punch' 'w

Hobbs, Sr.; and her sister-in-law,. ,.. ,bowl.The punch bowl was flanked by : w '!
Miss.Teresa. Hobbs.. spring floral arrangements.' d. ---"YOU CAN SAY' fr
Following a wedding trip to $qcooUP
Tammy Dempsey Daytona Beach the couple are tem- V For Appointment
Shower HonoreeMiss porarily residing at the home of the
bride's parents, 210 E. Adkins Street. ZOtOS Can Our Stylst
Tammy Dempsey, whose The bride and groom are both Brad-
marriage to Glen Gnann was an eventof ford High School graduates, she Perms "I MISS YOU "
Saturday, was complimented witha graduated in 1979! and he graduated in Includes
bridal shower Tuesday night of last ,
1974.! The groom is employed at UCI Style & Cut
week at the Methodist Fellowship
prison as a correctional officer.
Hall given by Mrs. Johr. Dempsey,
Mrs. Jean Russell and Mrs Claire ForNormal r 'VERY "
Coleman.One Frostedor MUCH!
game was played and prize Duplicate Bridge Tinted Hair"Vickie 'g-
awarded after which refreshmentswere Club ResultsThe
rserved from a table covered Kirchaine
with.a lace' cloth over pink and Duplicate Bridge Club, which
centered with spring arrangement. meets every Tuesday night at 7:30 30 TIMES
The gift :table was centered with p.m. at the Starke Women s Club, will "'
bride.and groom centerpiece. have their quarterly tournament next i .
Among.>' the i guests were' the' Tuesday 'night according. to Jack Tina '
honoree's mother,:Mrs. Don Denton, Burdette, director:. Loraine Alvarez
mother) of the prospective groom,' ''Tuesday nights results are: Eva Clemons VERYQUICKL
Mrs. Bill Gnann and Mrs. Gross, thegroomtobe's Mathewson and' Ceil Terwillegar, grandmother. 1 [first; Ida Shaw ,and Myldred Cuttino, ,I
Theljos sses presented the, second i and Lucile Green and Margie STYLE. SHOP
honored;, -.With' ;'a blue floral printcoverpejaFi'memento :Thomson, third. 0 I _

[ ( : ot the.occa-. M..All. bridge V'. players. ? a" .invited. to attend i I Bradford Square > ;301 S. r ; 'L' 17 "I miss you very much" is
slon. ,
l.'I', t.". ,
one good reason to long

I H''Hampton ,Hilites -Iii'' x YB < ', distance.There was a time when

6 waited fora ] -
you special occasion ty
i1By Dolores Meng the U.SM.C. observed his 19th birth- Radford, Corey Van Syckel, Saman- to call To
1 .Phone 468-1915 day on June 10 at Parris Island, S.C. tha Truman, Frank Williams, ;r 4' : announce a
Randall Smith celebrated his 10th Kimberly Wilson, and Stacy Young i ; > as wedding.When a baby was
JoCephus Band In Orlando birthday June 11, and Edward James First grade All A's: Danielle torn. Or to say "hello at '::
and Mrs. Wadsworth and old June 15. A-B Sandra Aviles and
Mr. Jerry was 11 years Hersey; : t
: it .
family attended the opening session Happy birthday to Michelle Kir- Donald Williams. 'j holiday times. j

of the State Future Farmers of chaine who will be 12 on June 17, and Second grade Scott Branham, ., Today almost any occasion >
America Convention held in Orlandoon to Tina Woodard who will celebrate Jessica Fisher and Darelene Rush. .
Wednesday.The June 18. Third grade Melissa Byrd, Wyatt will do.To catch up with i

convention was held at the Anniversary Collins, and Aimee Hodges. 7-.' the news...to share a special 't
Sheraton Twin Towers Hotel and was E.W. and Lucy Hodges celebrated Fourth grade Allison Archey, Cin w moment...to hear a friendly 'n
attended by some 1,500 youth. their 28th wedding anniversary on dy Davis, Rhonell Estes, Misty 1
Jerry, Sr., Jerry, Jr., Robbin, and June 7. Koehler, and Jerry Loiacano.' voice far away.
Jody all entertained the FFA Camping WeekendMr. Fifth grade Tina Branham and f,, .r r 7z J It means so much-and .*,
members. Among others entertainingwere and Mrs. Jinx Dunn and Marie Long. ? n -
a k
Joel Barber, Mike Keeble, and daughters of Ocala spent the weekendat Sixth grade Judy Cowger and : y;: ,. ; ,i costs; so little (especially y

Ken Dennis, Jody's instructor from their property on Hampton Lake. Cassandra Fisher. ',. K..,'. ,., when you call direct after rJ
Jacksonville.Paul Attends ConventionMrs. Seventh grade Ruth Underwood, j
L 5
Hutchins and Greg Alvarez accompanied Wilmajean Terry attended the Perfect Attendance Certificateswere .. ; pm or on ).
ten FFA members from American Legion Auxiliary Conven- given to Angela Baker, Beth -r i' Turn an ordinary minute
the Starke Club to the convention. tion at the Holiday Inn in Orlando Kennan, Scott Branham, Kim Hodge, Y ti a Y v "z N 4.- into a memorable moment vl i irM
Hospitalized Thursday to Sunday. Macey Rhoden, Stacy Rhoden, t
Mrs. Martha Johnson was recently Mrs. Terry was installed first vice Angela Mitchell, Jimmy Long, Call someone you love ;
transferred from the North Florida president of the Keystone Heights Robert Moorhead, Polly Woods, lone distance today.
Regional Hospital to the Regency Melrose Unit 202 of the Auxiliary in Marie Long, Judy Cowger, Harold 1,. J
Oaks Convalscent Center In ceremonies at the convention. Mitchell, Bradley Snow, Donna :11
Gainesville.Mrs. Hampton Elementary School Lackey Paul Bawek, Tammy CContinental ''I
Johnson is a former memberof Last Day Activities Peeples and Ruth Underwood. ; M
the First. Christian Church in Principal Connie Clark welcomed Physical Fitness Improvement Cer- 1
Hampton. students, faculty and visitors to a tificates were awarded to Diana Car- telephone :d
Camel On Display band program and awards presentation din, Tammy Peeples, Tina Branham. Long Distance.
Word has just been received that I on June 3, the last day of school. Tracy Youngblood, Terri Kennon, ,.
one of the camels which stood several Mike Woodfin, band director, led Shannon Ford, Sandy Friese, Jimmy the shortest distance :TJ
years ago in the Francis Meng I band members in a presentation of Long, Bernardo Bias, Donnie 1 between two people.
pasture has been rejuvenated. It is Crusaders Faith of Our Fathers, and Roberts, Qulnton Ford, Rob Powers, \ :i1
being used for a Bible study project Crazy Clock. Frantz Innocent Sid Russell and .1"
and may be seen at the First Sixth and seventh graders playing Brad Snow. tr'
Presbyterian ,Church, 106 S.W..3rd were: Judy Cowger, Deanna Daily, Students receiving special awardsfor 1Y
Street, Gainesville, this week.In Bernardo Biaz. Bradley Snow,Angela their participation in the Jump ')
New Home Ford Kim Smith, Paul' Bawek, Rope for Heart, program were: c!
Randy,Sallye,April and Erik Scog- Harold Mitchell, Kirk Williams, jackets to Paul 'Bawek and Sid 2 \, .
gins moved last week to the new home Frantz Innocent,and Sean Smith.Mr. Russell; a shirt to Pat Rowley;
they have spent many hours building Woodfin explained that many band''' frisbees to Bernard Biaz; Bradley #0-42023 is
furnishing. members from Hampton go on to excel Snow,Andy Redding and Ruth Under- .,..t.o \.,i7p .
Kevin and Patti Men, have moved in the Middle School and High wood. \ : 1i 'l' .
from Providence to their new mobile School bands citing Brian Clark, School Librarian, Kathryn Brooks, \ ", :rot
Lake on the Teresa Bauldree and D.J. Riddick I
'home near Hampton as presented Certificates of Appreciation
Francis Meng property. examples.Mr. to Student Library Aides: t r
Birthday Clark presented A-B Honor Roll Cassandra Fisher, Mindy Hersey ,i '
Harold Mitchell celebrated his 12th Certificates to the following Tammy pee les. Kim Smith, andTracy r$4 ) rn11
day June 10. Pvt. John Meng of kindergarten .. Angela Baker Dena YOUI1J tgod? : \ tilBrenda
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.'. TELEGRAPII June n. 193

'Blonnie Derkman Retires .Mrs Keith Tetstone Jim Autry Students Honored

'' Stork Shower Honoree Y Celeb rat.* Birthday : By St. Mark> .Woman .l,

AfterJ$9| :years Cafeteria Work! Mrs. Keith Tetstone was honored ata Jim Autry was honored on his sixth The Women of St. Mark's gave a
'I, stork shower Monday night at the BIRTHS, Mrthday I June 10, by a Pac.Man par- reception Sunday morning, Jung'13,
In Bedford Schools home of Mrs. Larry Paterson:, on ty at McDonald's' ;' given by his in the Parish House after, morning
County Robert for the high school graduates.
Brownlee Road with cohostessesMrs. parents Mr. and Mrs: Autry. service
Jackson Prevatt Mrs. David Ten special friends joined in Kim Uieske and Eddie Wlnklerj and
By Dolores Meng Wainwright! Mrs. Buddy Paterson celebrating the occasion: Pac-Mart also in honor of the college student
,.. Hampton Correspondent Mrs: Buddy Revels and Mrs. Gene served as the theme of the party with returning home for vacation CatJIy
\ Melvin. Chad Dade Mercer Pac-Man decorating the balloons,,brthday Grider, Melissa Winkler;,,Joyce,and.
Mrdi Blonnie Derkman was good chocolate cake. Along with iced cake and the take home favO 5t Irene Walnwright \ i'u' !
The party was held in the family Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Mercer of .
I honored at a luncheon held at the tea this was a nice break from completing ,, .. .r
, Western Steer Steak House on Friday records and files cleaning room which was highlighted with arrangements Starke announce the birth of a son, ..
of silk flowers. Chad Daric born June 1 in Alachua
June 4.The luncheon was attended by cupboards blackboards, and all that The refreshment table General Hospital. St. Edwards Church Hall i. .t.
,\ the Bradford County members of the goes along with closing the rooms for was covered : '
with a lace cloth and centered with a Maternal grandparents are Mr. and : ; '
, I Florida Food Service School Associa the
Mrs. Mattheus, who worked all bassinette filled with yellow silk Mrs. Leroy Norman Jr. and mater BINGO : :
tion.Mrs. flowers.
great-grandparents are Mrs.
Mildred Lawson past presi year as a volunteer with the t
Ritch and Mrs.
Twenty-five guests were invited to Ruby Leroy Norman. 'M
dent of the association served as kindergarten and first grade classes
call between the hours 7:30 and Sr. of Starke. Paternal Every :
i : 9pm. grandmotheris Saturdayi7N30eP.iAve.
master of ceremonies. New officers brought in delicious goodies occa Starke. Fla.
The hostesses Mrs. Ann Barker and
presented the paternal
installed by Mrs. Lawson include sionally. Her kindness was very much
honoree with a stroller as a mementoof great-grandmcther; is Mrs. Annie
Louise Bel the all.
Mrs. ); Bradford new president.Tom appreciated by the occasion. Alvarez all of Starke. .
Casey County
School Superintendent was a special
guest at the meeting. He lauded Mrs.
Derkman for her nineteen years of

faithful Bradford service County in the Schools.cafeteria workin AMERICA'S: FAMILY STORE i iI _

For dessert a decorated cake was Th

served.Mrs. Derkman .was presented a f0

beautiful card signed by members of GIFT DADS Be
the Association which contained a
': monetary gift in appreciation of her : : IDEAS
services to the organization. t ECKE: )

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i On Thursday, June 6, faculty
members of Hampton Elementary &
School honored Mrs. Derkman at a :
retirement luncheon in her honor. 41I4r
This luncheon was held at the '
Western Steer Steak House. Starke. '
Mrs. Derkman was presented withan S S
orchid corsage. Principal Connie FISH
Clark spoke of Mrs. Derkman's loyal 0 .
help as Cafeteria Manager of the
school for the past ten years. She was SPRING _
presented with a three piece Sam- BAR SOAPS r

sonite luggage set as a parting gift _ _
from the faculty. OUNCE 2/79'/ '

ei:.. .. PEPSODENT 0 II

Invigorating deodorant bar _ _
School ended Thursday, June 3, soap with fresh aroma. '? TOOTHBRUSHES
f with special honors to Mrs. Blonnie 0
\Jfirishspring Choose from 3 ,
Derkman who is retiring after ten 2/8 d types, Limit 2
years as cafeteria manager. please OLD SPICE
All grades from kindergarten
through seventh prepared farewell / AFTER SHAVE
greeting cards signed by individual
students. These were presented to AAPRI
Mrs. Derkman along with many hugs d FACIAL 0 us-oz. 209
and kisses and good wishes. & SHOULDERS Sale
Cake and punch was served to the / SHAMPOO SCRUB y4p.i. I Priced................
students and faculty to end the 2-OUNCE ,, Old Spice brings out the seafaring
festivities. t1-OUNCE 189 -389 spirit in your guy! Limit 1
Although the students and teachers
realize Mrs. Derkman is the "best 2 TYPES ...... "., ...". ,h. ....m,,..
cook in the county," and will miss Regular or Conditioning. /skin Fragrance-free .... ,u., ............ ......
r Price reflects cents off /kladN cleanse. crs1AC
her, they hope she will enjoy many t o
years of good health and relaxation.She label. Limit 1 please SJ>nukAiV Limit 1 please : rj COTY STETSON TRAVELLERSSPNAV

surely will never be bored since COLOGNE C50
....... V
she always has demands for her love- / 'OUNCE .
ly decorated cakes of all descriptions.She / SPLASH COLONGI4OO
also has that green thumb 1-OUNCI ,::.
necessary for growing lovely plants MATCHABELLI AFTER SHAVE "-OUNCI..3 50 r
and flowers. Her handiwork aoility in COLOO" '
S-OUNCE Regular 5.50 ....OZ. _
sewing and other crafts will also keep ATRA -- 439 For a man of distinction 100
her constructively busy. We all wish I 0 -5"
the very best for her! She's a dear!I CARTRIDGES MONSIEUR
Mrs. Mattheus Treats Family PACK OF 5 e9 3Q 1
All the chores of Teacher Post Planning A Sale I B REVLON CHAZ AFTER SHAVE.c ... .... __.
were made more enjoyable' Priced ... ..... TINACTIN CREAM e2'A-OZ. Regular S 7S eeLeaN. I 4OUNCtft ,
Monday: ;June5, .when Mrs. LouiseMMtheux Twin-blade. For pivoting- 'A-JOUNCE. 71ta e11mp tateAeWr1Af p-oz. i01 tar..vr HOUBIGANt
brought in a delicious lunch / head Airs razor.. ,LIlf.! 1NAZODI -I. 2RQ-F look.S'footLimit ,itch .Aathlete o +as jhQ mark does'c :,, .
she had prepared. This consisted of more

Spanish bean soup fresh vegetable A ,,,,,, _- _1 please up a man's
salad, hot buttered bread and very I 3* "y BRITISH STERLING AFTER SHAVE oNe
1 ""
21 fragrance for
./ Charlene Beam, Dad. A 5,00 Value! 80.7.v1a' CONSORT
S Chuck RegisterTo TAMPAX HAIR SPRAY ,


The parents of Charlene Beam and I 2-OUNCE Regular S SO 13-OUNCE ., 0
Chuck Register invite all friends and / II 249 TpMr 519 A vibrant lingering scent For lasting I hair control. I
relatives of their children, to witnessthe OIL or LOTION that sends a message. Choice of types. Limit 1 k $rr
exchange of their wedding vows protection -
on Saturday, June 26, at 7 p.m., in the 4-OUNCE afl I 99 + C paltonl / 4 types. ru '
First Baptist Church of Starke on the Priced .. ....... Limit 1 please. CHAPS AFTER SHAVE cow :' BOXED -
corner of Clark and Jeffersons Sts. / Make the most of thesun's QQ SO-ML. Regular {.2S .,.. e O .,,,r e q [CIGARS I O
The reception honoring the couplewill raysl! Limit 1VITAMIN 7 7 like oldawe'i0mhneae' 1 589
q. 0 0
be held in the church fellowshiphall an ? 'frJcr 1T
immediately following the / / w.aea.a a rc.c{ l.N t1;> IAt1R
ceremony. G JL4 CES,' asy

r FABERGE' BRUT LOTl'b'N H'CjLj' ma y b artdsa _._ a++

Fadra Lanelle Glenn 7CQ 3.2.OUNCERpul.SO.Great days seem to happen rnoreros aw"2.M-J'Mi?'" ,n +mafi0 n0UB1019
Malachi HenryTo @. often with bold Invigorating Brut ,"'LE Hj

Wed June 19 D

Fadra Lanelle Glenn of Live Oak, FEXTRA-STRENOTH BLUE STRATOS AFTER efTAYON INFO 99338 ofAi
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Devurn y+ PAIN RELIEFIOQ 39( 1H-OUNCE Regular 5.' ".'.
Glenn of Tallahassee and Malachi Unleash his spirit (Gwe f

Jerome Robinson Henry of Starke son,of will Mrs.be Bertis united C.I in or TABLETS Aspirin-tree SO capsules.or CAPSULES 60 tablets Limit 1 Dad Blue Stratos lST7 fiAJl OBI I eQ OuaH!Japlhar'M'Cr uuoiRhe0
.. .. .
marriage Saturday June 19 at Bethel i:: es p; g' 0 eaOOAD
Baptist Church in Tallahassee. :
The bride-elect graduated from

Godby a pharmacist High School at received Florida a degreeas A&M tlutt. .. .,y1VW2..aNaV/.A,2la

university is a member of Alpha
Kappa Alpha sorority and is a phar- 10-INCH
macist at Super X in Live Oak. WEED
Mr. Henry is a graduate of Brad- EATER

ford High School; received a scholar. PAC MAN' Regular 36.95 ,
ship to University of Southern e __ Save 6...
Mississippi; has a degree in athletic
administration and coaching; played 2999Aulomallc
with Jacksonville Firebirds for three r
years. / IIIpiViI i.i

AL VIP PRO 1200-WATT iio'cut, '

Bobbie Faye Chaff TURBO DRYER
WITH no*! na"n o .n- .
Entertained With 50OMG CARTRIDGES Mod*)av -,2TR..12.fl .. NYLON-REINFORCED
S 2 speeds & 3 heats for.styling
Punch and Wine PartyMrs. YILAMINC A ease. Includes nozzle. GARDEN HOSE.
Bobbie Faye Chaff was enter. w.new"r OFF .C..D..ce .. .. 9" '/iI 90-FOOT.

tained at a punch and wine party FriBrownsMrs.'JacksonbPr REGULAR PRICE li1SM.N.a""''L.'" ."u.' ...............-2? .Regular,5" .." :.r.;.488 f '

attMiss: Asteroids, Missile Command A nrn' eo.r 'gg Nylon-reinforced for extra
Susan. Faulkner and Mrs. Bubby other favorites are sale-priced.. err'A.aan" ... ....... .. strength & flexibility
Paterson at the.home of the latter on

A table on the deck held wine and 99 omc OF 10. S0 MQ.Regular :1.5, "C" "D" INORAHAM ELECTRIC FLYING INSECT RAINTIME
''and 1 j You need this essential vitamin or ALARM PULSATING
punch' a table in the dining room daily. KILLER
held hors d'peuvers. pp. a.2I .pk Regular ..... ?s t u ss ouNCE M2SO
Among J the :gueSts attending bet WHEATAVIMS VITAMINS 8'ZII. R'aular J.Jt a... 4M T.
ween the hours 4 and 6 p.m. were the OTTLE OF M Regular S.21 PAci169 399 3 249 388," ; .. .
honorees mother Mrs. For the I "
Shi Smith 399 active lifestyles of today For \ dg a '
her sister, Mrs. Linda Hildebran and! radios & )' sign.Compact 3-,tall.de- Kills pesky gnats 'r r' With metal spike ,)i
mother I <> "the prospective groom, SYNTHETIC VITAMIN E CAPSULES flies 4'mo quitos. Full/part circle.
Mrs. J.M.! Blackshear.
Omi OF 100. 400 I.U. Regular ..(.
: hostesses presented the 3ftQ In easy-to-swaltow capsule: form. .r. . nonoree-with; the creamer to her china .,.; .t
as a Inementp of the occasion. GIVEDADA "
--"I" VITAMIN A CAPSULES The usc Is h r.. Eckerd ready '
I Is |;
DU,T.*10M..*;;Jj.; ...... BOTTLE 0.,00. 21.000 I.U. Regular 4:J3 """ '
Cam.aa: buy one we'll pro<:...
249 Dletar,8Id'or.l'1eallh.kln&r"a"i '
Mitl4'n: drp r.Bob PaUerson spent ; 5 x7 PHOTO.ENLARGEMENT t' .the 1 > ,ttdls l ,P.. 7a. 'r "' <:" oa
last y.to Friday at Palm Beachiii.X ,. '
STRESS COMPLEX .. With : twice the prinH'or -
: .:Pait attended the 249 -
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paper.with '
Gas OTTLI OF 10 Megular S.tl WITH DESIGNER .
Co. convention.Pam'Tudter' "" '
6CQ For times of extra physical demand. FRAME y PUm:12or'./ the price ol 1 wttti "......,
i; "' ,
!; is r' "' proceulng..ge' .
the. "
attending National
.'eJital.llygiene convention in ,
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Mrs. Carolyn Taylor and sons, Jeft Mrs. Lita Mrs. Louie Belle Parks spent Sun-
,tFTwtl !'"' Capt. and Mrs. John Myers of Te- Cook and Mrs. J.G.
a' the happy occasion .Sunday and Richie of Starke and Mr. and questa were weekend guests of Mr. Jackson spent last week with Mrs. Ila day to Thursday of last week with her '
SrVxh) yherf seven MCRafr sister Mrs. Charles Green of Deland spent and Mrs. Gerald Moran. Rain in Chiefland. son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill I a '
jm t >brothers! bad!dinner together at last week at the World's Fair and also Parks in Atlanta and attended the

fen ffofy'iSplers*Holiday\ 'Inn.,; :Mrs1.Included' Lily were Bridges: Mrs. visited relatives in Knoxville,.Tenn. Chaplain Darryl Fortenberry of HOSIER'S NURSERY HAS graduation of Jana Parks from high

-BiThevK'MCRfie, Russell McRae Chattanooga Tenn, who had been at GONE TO THE DOCS I More school.
,; Gill and. Palmer Brown of
!Donald McRae'and Mrs. Ann Wingateall Americus, Ga. spent the weekend Camp Blanding with the National Info on Page 14. '".621 Mr. and Mrs Mark Hamilton and
Guard for two weeks, spent all three
of Starke and Mrs. Eva Ellis of and s
with their grandparents Mr. children of Seffner spent the weekend
weekends Sr.
with the W.T. Jackson,
Frostproof.Mr. .' .. . Mrs. Frank Palmer, Sr. at Kingsley family Mr.and Mrs. Mike Goldwire of Fort with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.B.
Lake; Lauderdale, spent the weekend with Rosier in Lake Butler and also visitedMr.
and Mrs. Stanley Lachut of his mother, Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire, and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton in
Mrs. Carol McLendon and
Holiday, Fla. were last Thursday son and they attended the funeral of Mrs.
overnight guests of Mrs. Flossie Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller of Gene Kuschel, Dennis and Frank Gilbert Goldwire's brother, Earl Starke on Sunday evening.

Prescott. They, with Minnie Coss,, Jacksonville were Tuesday visitors of Roche and Mrs. Marsha Burdette of McDaniel Saturday in Brunswick,
Mr. and Mrs. Copeland
,his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Jacksonville were Saturday guests of Ga. George
Thursday at Foster
spent Stephen
Memorial. Miller, and took their son,Scott home Mrs. L.H. Jennings.Mr. spent the weekend with their son-in- /
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gary
after a weeks visit. and Colleen Godwin of Goose
J !rt Tray
ROSIER'S' NURSERY HAS end Mrs. Gary Bakken and Creek, S.C. spent the first of the week Witt in Miami. They took Mrs. Witt -
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief visited daughters spent the .weekend at with their grandparents Mr. and home after a weeks visit here.
Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Underhill in In- Disney World. Mrs. J.B. Godwin, Sr.
Info on Page 14. '"-62'. dialantic over the weekend.

Robert Kt-itll IIId",

Robert Scott Hicks


Beauty PageantRobert

Scott Hicks has officially
entered the stale finals of the 1UH2!
GRADS SALE Florida MoniispluTP Beauty Pageant
to bo held in Orlando on Juno 2627. at
(ho International
Robert's beauty division is Master
ages three years to nine years old.
'wwe Robert is four years old.
Judging is based goodlooks..
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p, i" E vu charm, poise and personality.
... : i Robert currently holds I the title of
f, "Unr 1982 Dream tiny Pageant Winner and
'" .t V was 2nd runner up in (ho (:aintsviQeHemisphere
... ,... ,, BeautyPageant. .
I.. / Robert's parents are Mr. and :Mrs.
EW Scott Hicks of Starke.
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w... ""I E Mr. and Mrs. Carl White of Miami
TIMEX were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.
a "' .1
... E f1( / Don Ray Tilley and the Tilley
a I" Ea ) / families.
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_va.Ia.IF / Mrs. W.H. Thomson took her grandson -
Todd Thomson back to his homein
PAPER MATE TIMEX NORELCO CASCADEEXECUTIVE Tallahassee over the weekend after
CHROMED ROTATRACT / DISHWASHER Todd attended the Presbyterian Bible

RIq.14.00 895 25 OFF TRI.I.E NEAOER 99 99 William R. (Bobby) and Freda
50-OUNCE 1 C Green Crews received their Doctor of

Save 5.99... REGULAR PRICES "wi Regular 2.49 ...... Ministry degrees from Trinity
A gift that he will remember Quality-made. Choice of 45 dual-action blades lift & For sparkling dishes. Price :( Evangelical Divinity School, Deer-
throughout the year! faces, features & bands. cut. 9 settings & trimmer, redacts cents off label. field, III. on June 11, Bobby, a 1953
,', ,.. graduate of Bradford High School
w m 'l'l 'o/1 ?" "'lU""" ","" 'l'lmm. '. .
;;!<; ./.VN"'fI."nt"'l'. "h" ..,.... .. ....;yJ';,..'...,:,'(' ...'.. ..... ...., ?. rl'b 7.1 'l,, Church in Sioux Falls, S.D. Freda is a
TOSTITOS 1954 Bradford High School graduate is
100% COTTON LL.J CALCULATORS 0 TORTILLA currently engaged in a Christian
HANDKERCHIEFS CHIPS Counseling ministry. Bobby is the son
!.aYA! '! !!!! /
1.3'lleo.PAC!J aY99c -! 20% OFF/: :' -OUNCE ulir 1.29 0, of the late Murlie and Stafford Crews
of Lake Butler and Freda is the
pi! ;, .I ?
Dad wouldn't think to -- REGULAR PRICES 9 e i' daughter of W.H. (Bill) and Martha
Casio. Sharp, Texas Instruments 1
get them for himself! & others. j ; _ Green of Lawtey.Mr. .
Limit 1 pack Great forparties
& and Mrs. J.F. Bloodworth have
/ snacks. Limit 2 J returned after six weeks in Europe
OaN.PRIX PORTABLE VISUAL SCENE. / visiting their son-in-law and
NI .8AtlDPERFORMANCE daughter, Capt and Mrs. Tom BusbyIn
SUNGLASSES' 7 ISchwabisch-Gmeund.: Germanyand
r 99 I Ppa'dw",!': / ri1'U; MEN'S AIM TOOTHPASTE / toured Germany, Austria.
GOLF 4.9-OZ. Limit 1CHARMIN Switzerland and England.Mrs. .
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24-Hr weather. & Shield the sun with these N.gulw 9 I* L.H. Jennings spent Sunday
4 MOLL PACK Limit 1 EA
13 TV channels. a current fashion designs. 499 night and Monday with Mr. and Mrs.
Harlan Jennings and family in
POLAROID TIME-ZERO Gainesville and attended a musical
Cool &
TMK 3" T Z at the Church.
INSTANT FILM comfortable. program Baptist
WltN .c. NMATa OrMH* C
TE&&. VISION / "10.gill.exposures.. .... Limit 2 FA1\I Sft L E I ROSIER'S NURSERY HAS

.....'h '-.9999 cutiiot. / GONE TO THE DOGS More
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dlaaonalmeasure.pe'.tlon.( ;;;,Co" 699 SANDALS 4 ENERGY-SAVINGS SPECIALS
-- p"'" ....... ......... .... I YOUR CHOICE Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Carver attendedthe
fl* ul>r 1.11 wedding of Shiela and Rudlin Ben-
't nett in Jacksonville Saturday eveningat
I ONE'STEP CAMERA the Garden City Methodist! Church.Mr. .
WITH MCMI.M.an .raa I
BAI BUC out H.BUl.19.99 Casual footwear. / 16" FAN
l., t fl Witty Time-Zero. Cloth straps. and Mrs. Jim Rowe of Sanford

aw 1:' cmitirt. ......... .......32" / Model N21 39.99 51 and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Douglas and
-Id In LUS':'555A71.* Sral ..........-10", Regular families are renting the Womack cot
slztlna tuadeQdoor.. .. ,. tage at Kingsley Lake for two weeks.
n seer
Flotation chambers. .
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SCRIPTO Mrs. Ron Kelly and children of

A y ( IC 1 I # ENTIRE STOCK OF DISPOSABLE High airflow but low Tampa are visiting her mother, Mrs.

RO REEES! I SMOKING PIPES LIGHTERS.... power usage. Quiet) Jack Trawick at Kingsley Lake.

o cf."OFF 3.7.

Q 99cREaul Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Carver were
$ 4 :REGULAR PRICES f0 GALAXY 20" honored with an anniversary dinner
Choose Surprise' Dad with a smooth Hundreds of dependable
Irom-pOpu- WIND I party Saturday evening in Jackson-
lerwf.fyres a tyr .& comfortable pipe by Dr. Limit 3 lights. ville. Those attending were Mr. and
Qrabow. Limit 1 MACHINE' Mrs. Buddy Liddell, Mr. and Mrs. Bill

y ziw4 Model HSS21 / Horne, Mrs. Wallace Cox and son
Regular 32.99 Jamy.

99 Fr"
26 Mrs. Dolly Spiers spent last! week

.. with Frostproof.Mr. her sister. Mrs. Eva Ellis in

Swivels, to direct air
flow. With handle. and Mrs. Lamar Goldwire of
/ Palatka were Monday and Tuesday
Y C visitors of Mrs. Gilbert Goldwire.


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CEILING FAN Engaged Couple

I1S4/S1SS Open House Honorees

Ii'Y BELMONT Charles Register and Miss
WEB A ALUMINUM 119" Charlene Beam, whose marriage will
21" SQUARE CHARCOAL WATER LAWN FURNITURE COMBI be an event of June 26, were com-
COOKER GRILL SMOKER GRILL CHAIN CHAISE LOUNGER Solid-wood plimented at an Open House Saturday
ae blades. the home of Mr. and Mrs.
'T-19 :.1t FULL-SIZE night at A.
lit ego ".81 OQ99 "'". ..... '4499 I 988 *...'1Z.99 988 Michael Sexton in Conerly Estates.

saw 10.00 .. Save 11.00Watersmoke,. Sara 3.11 ....... Co-hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Grid adjusts to 2 heights. up to 25-lbs Stable post front legs. Weather-resistant vinyl Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Duncan.
Hinged lid wooden handle. of foods without tending. Molded armrests. cover, steel frame. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goodowns, Mr.
FREE and Mrs. David Smith and Mr. and
Mrs. Ron Walker.Mr. .
IGLOO SCHOOLHOUSE and Mrs. Sexton greeted the
10"x17"HIBACHI GOTT CONSOLE LUNCHMATE DELUXE PVC LIGHT KIT guests at the door and presented themto

COOLER nm.c., ... AIR MATTRESS WITH PURCHASE OF the receiving line composed of the
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honored and
: AIR KINGCEILING I couple Mr. and Mr*.
699 1488 c 1199 FAN. Leonard groom.Register, parents. of the prospective
Dual' grids' have Mini cooler" with Alternative, tobrownbagglngl For extra waterenjoyment. jjjj Attractive arrangements of roses
wooden handles.You're !car-seat adaptor!
were placed at points of interest in the
iiwL party rooms. The refrshment table In
the dining room was covered with a
Going toJJkeEckerd's Sale-Prices Good Thru Sat. June 19 Army/Navy cloth and centered with
l roses. The punch table In the
.. ,' ... ; 'WLRESERV TUII RiriMT Tn I miT 1ANTITIES. family
s .- room was also covered with a Ar
Pharmacy,Service.Eckerd my/Navy cloth and centered with a
Bradford Sq. Shopping Center crystal punch bowl encircled with
Pharmacist are righly-tralned) profaebnalswhoaregoing rl greenery and roses.
to educ.uoncour..lomantalnenup-IO-dat.llnowtedgeofdavelop.make sure you are completely satisfied..They/take continuing 83 1 S. Walnut Street Starke The hosts presented the honored

ments drugs.They always try to save you money by offering Senior, couple with a vegetable bowl to their
Citizen discounts and generic drugs whenever possible.' They will Charge It chosen china pattern as a memento of
also' save you lime by constantly checking stocks to keep the drugs the occasion. o

you need on hand) Invited to call between' the ap,
pointed hours. 8 and 10 p.m. were ISO



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Engaged Couple '." \ ;
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Honored at Cook-Out i iir" :, !
Wanda Atwood and Doug Reddish, i1:
,whose marriage will be an event of ',\. II I
August 7, were honored at a cook-out, .,.. I
Saturday, June 12, at the Tomy Casey i j r
home on Crosby Lake, hosted by Mr. '''336x}'' ;:, ,.
and Mrs. Lee Casey, Mr. and Mrs. 1yr
Johnny Hobbs and Mr.and Mrs. Tom
Tables were set up in the dining
,room and family room Arrangements
of silk flowers were usedon J,w p
-U 1 the tables. Potted plants and other
silk arrangements were used
; throughout the party rooms.
Mrs. English Celebrates Miss Atwood was presented with a

4j 81st BirthdayMrs. corsage and the couple were given a
portable grill as a memento of the oc
'1 Leona English celebrated her casion.
81st birthday June 1 at the Starke Out of town guests were Mr. and
Nursing Home. Shown with her eating Mrs. J.C. Wynn, Keystone Heights, .
cake and ice cream Is her great- parents of the bride-elect, Mr. and
grandson. Chris Wall, son of Ed and Mrs. Glenn Fowler, Miss Suzanne i
John Wall of Starke and grandson of Sawyer, Kim Sanders and Terry Freewill Baptist Sunday School Seminar 1
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Sanders. Mrs. Parker, Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs.
On How to Teach School.
English who can't walk without the Stan Reddish St. Augustine,and Miss Sunday ..
I aid of two assistants. Is still very alert Gloria Strickland, Orlando. Mr. and Taking part In the first training seminar and : S
and enjoys visitors. Mrs. Drew Reddish, parents of the School ever held at Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist : : ; ,
f prospective groom, also attended. (l-r): I
: First rowDeacon James Prince L.C McCutchen, Mrs. :
I>; Bobbie Faye Chaff Miss Lula Cuffee. Mrs. Dorothy Terry, Mrs. Gertrude ( \
Trixy Moore
'!*'. Coke Party Honoree Shower HonoreeMiss Prince.Second rowMrs.. Tonga McCloud Mrs. Mamie McCutchcn. : \

i' Mrs. Bobbie Faye Chaff, June 26 Gordan, Mrs. Daisy Davis. Mrs. Mary McCloud Mrs.
bride-elect, was honored at a Coke Trixy Moore, July 31 bride- Alberta Rlsby, Mrs. Christine Herman. !)
elect, was honored at a bridal shower
t party Saturday morning given by
; Mrs. J.D. Warren at her home on w. Friday, June 11, at 7:30 p.m. at the .. ,'
Hall of the Starke Churchof -
Pratt Street. Fellowship
t i Standing in the receiving line were God. JLawtey News
; the honoree, her mother, Mrs. Shi The hall was gayly decorated in the {
j Smith and mother of the prospective colors of green and yellow and wed- Starke on Thursday
; e groom, Mrs. J.M. Blackshear. ding bells. The refreshment table was By Elizabeth Terry along well.
> \ The Coke table was covered with a covered with a white lace cloth over Phone: 782-3300 Mr. and Mrs. ) ;
: : Army/Navy cloth and centered with a yellow linen gathered at each corner visiting their ;,
5 white, blue and green silk floral ar- with green and yellow ribbons and PERSONALS: Carroll in Boca
:: : rangement. Mrs. V.J. Spengler served green hearts and centering the table Miss Elizabeth Terry spent Monday, Mr. and Mrs.
5 Cokes from a punch bowl filled was a bride and groom. At one end of until Friday with her sister, Mrs.C.E. family spent
: with cracked ice and bottled Cokes. the table was a cake and at the other Strickland, of Gainesville. They at- sister, Mrs. Lovie :
5 Assisting in serving were Mrs. end was a crystal punch bowl. Party tended Vacation Bible School at North Ga.
J Robin Akers and daughter, Rena and snacks were served. Central Baptist Church each morning
t ; Mrs. Patrick Baldwin. The coffee table was covered with a in adult class. It was wonderful each
T Mrs. Warren gave Mrs. Chaff a white lace cloth over yellow linen. day. On Friday they visited Mrs. Public Auction
i \' linen table cloth as a memento of the ,The gifts were placed around a tree Kirkland and she went with Mrs.
occasion. branch painted silver and holding Strickland to take Miss Terry to the Slated June 23
I Forty-five guests called betweenthe yellow and green ribbons and net. bus station. The Defense
hours 10 and 12. Games were played and Mr and Mrs. Cecil Hardee were' fice has scheduled a
refreshments served during the party Saturday dinner guests of their Wednesday, June 23
hours. brother-in-law, Mr. Oscar Vanzant,of registration begins at : \
? Charlene Beam The honoree was presented a yellow Callahan.Mr. Items to be sold :
Luncheon Honoree silk corsage and electric mixer as a Willie Green, his grandson communication and
memento of the occasion from the Johnny Sweat,and Mrs. Mildred Grif- ment, juke boxes
i Miss Charlene Beam, June 26 bride- !hostesses Miss Brenda May, Ms. fis spent a week with Mr and Mrs. machines, ;
elect, was honored at a luncheon Jeannie Taylor, Mrs. Farelon Mc- Ralph Futch and daughter, Kristina refrigerators and
:: Saturday at the Holiday Inn given by 'Clellan, Mrs. Dot Geiger and Mrs. Brantley, of Black Mountain, N.C. All sale items will ;
: Mrs. J.R. Reddish, Mrs. J.E. Hardy, 'Mark Joyner. They returned home Friday and inspection at the Jesus"i;
Mrs;Tom Casey, Mrs. Marion Payne, brought Kristina with them for the disposal office, located
Mrs. Jack Hazen and Mrs. Linda summer. 2 miles south of NAS ;
Johns. Shanda Morrow Jim D. Haga, of Miami, and Mrs 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., ('
Corsages were presented to the Anna Burns, of Pine Bluffs, Wyoming noon to 12:30: and
honoree, her sister, Mrs. Donna Wise Celebrates BirthdayLittle spent a week with their parents, Mr. ing June 16.
g. and mother of the prospective groom, Shanda Murrow celebratedher and Mrs. Jim Haga and children For more
Mrs. L.B.
Register Jr.
Sheila, John, and Jennifer.
The dining table was centered with June 2 birthday with a party Sun-
Miss Arthurine Blanchard visited
day, May 30 given by her mother,
ian arrangement of mixed silk flowers | her sister, Miss Enzanza Blanchard "Whoever makes
:Shawna Murrow and
and grandmother,
a garland of fern
interspersed ; persons uneasy is
at Baker
Nursing Home at
County ,
with day lilies extended the length of ]Lucille Rowe at their home on Macclenny on Wednesday. bred in the
the table. Bayless] Highway.The .
Place cards marked the
Mrs. Wayne Hardee and children
Ann theme
Raggedy was car-
seating arrangement for the 18
guests visited her sister Mrs. David Parrish.x. .
. ried in the decorations with
2 out
: which included Mrs. Joe Hull of ;
of had THE.FULL
i Palatka. a Raggedy Ann, cake, table cloth, MaxviUer Thursday.They !ail '
hats and favors to cookout and enjoyed swimming in thtr r> I'' : ; :i;
? The hostesses presented 'the 'cups plates, party pool most' of the day. '. ; I ,
honoree 'match. 1 755 N. 301
with a serving spoon to her
We are happy to report that Mr.
silver Red, white and blue streamers and
pattern as a memento of the oc- Hubert Invites I
Priest was able to come home
casion. 'balloons: added to the decorations for
t the: party held in the yard between the from Riverside Hospital, Jackson- worship
...1 I hours of 3 and 5 p.m. Her little party ville on Saturday. Our prayers are Sunday School :
Vickie Carver I|guests were Daryl Gnann, Tabatha with him and the Hermfe family Sunday P.M. :
Graduation Phipps, Lenny Johnson and Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Kelly spent
Party {Smith, along with 24 other guests. Sunday afternoon with their cousin, Tues. & Fri.. . : /
Honoree Shanda is the daughter of Tommy Mrs. Loca Whitten of Lake Butler. PASTORRev.
3 A special graduation party fort *and Shawna Murrow; paternal grandparents Mrs. Ann Andrews, of Wildwood, J.C.
Murrow of Starke met her mother, Mrs. Fred Moore, at
Vickie Carver was held at the home of are Sonny
1 S her parents Mr. and Mrs. J.T. j Carver, Friday evening, June 4. iI ; great-grandparents are Mr.and will spend a few days with her.
Friends and family enjoyed 1 Mrs. T.C. Murrow of Palatka and We are happy to report that Mrs.
refreshments served from the dining 1 Mrs. Bessy Pavalas of Starke; maternal Thelma Prevatt came through Baptist i
table covered in a white lace cloth i grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. cataract surgery on her eye on Tues-
; with a center arrangement of red I roses, white snapdragons and mums. 1 Mrs. Jewel Rowe, all of Starke. Hospital, Gainesville and was able to '
I Those attending besides fellow come to her son-in-law and daughter's ;
classmates were out of town guests, home Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Harper, in ,
Dr. and Mrs. L.O. Everett of Savan- BIBLE ): ( !; :
nah, Ga., Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Everett June ) ,'' '
of Baldwin, Mrs. Mildred Summer of
L Lady Slipper Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. 8:30: am .
Joe Davis of St. Thomas Island. NOTICETOWN
"Come Follow
Elks Club News OF HAMPTON I lUft' iraw rvices

Vice President Warren Harris of
the North District made his first official 'iliifii'I
visit to the Madison Elk Lodgeon m'ti 0.JqpT
Thursday, June 10. Starke Lodgewas Charter Revision Meeting : ; : nbq

John represented Warren. by Exalted Ruler II $4 19. I : :I : fIRTctetppiei.radefo IIII

On Sunday, June 13, Flag Day ser- CoIoMf'. arlgln.. tl IT

vices tended at the by Starke about Elk 40 Lodge patriots.was at-Al Saturday, June 19 /ltI orf 9-PIEC. )' ; R aialtC" Y.n' 10 q!9 9t., pl't:

Crosby, Past Commander of the H THRIFT BOX Limit' on* coupon'per," N
Starke American Legion spoke on the 7:00 ;.c SOT.'r,9:! Qf1 "
: ,
'American Flag and Patriotism. After p.m. ,." .,,01 lanlbnahgn:, vgdp' 8fi
the services, the group went to the Ydark enters Customer
Kingsley Lake home of George W, 1 ply all applicable" CI
Brown to swim, relax and eat. Hampton City Hall a N uses" la.. I tq
The next meeting of the Starke Elk I IvI
Lodge will be Monday, June 21, at ):1

which Harris of time the Vice North President District will Warren make All Interested Citizensare I. SOOd sou w fo fi iThift lac. re.'coupon unw..good.n.."lhi Crt-chvn on'tLVtffi td" I ItI I :33:4fone
.1, his official visit. The Starke Elkettes
r\ will start serving dinner at 6:30 p.m. _CLIP AND USE THIS COUPON |_
:,' to the Elks and their ladies from the urged to attend M 5oa!
i A {Tallahassee, Madison, Perry, Live '
69 )
ft Oak Lake City, Gainesville, and We Do Chicken VBight. ,I.1 det th-allrMwChicken : <
f Starke Elk
;.1 Lodges. Bri t Filet I ad
Mndwkh end IH.

.1 I St. Mark's Women HAMPTON BAPTIST ACADEMYP.O. 1 SANDWICH. Kentucky Colonel.frttt dgcul [

I Make Fall Plans & FRIES I. .Uimil, on* coupon pet I 1
Box 181 Hwy 18, June-Meal Deals \ 1, cuslomer Customer
The Women of St. Mark's made
for fall at their mean great values at \ -.;g. pays all applicabletales
the meetings .
.'.t final meeting Tuesday, June 8, until CHRIST /:I/ Vk BIBLE Kentucky Kentucky Fried Fried Chicken ChickerAwe iAt I th4c,..". .......": i lac 'rvPage

fall.Plans were made for a Christmas CENTERED g/GOD N& concentrate \ .., .. .....' I '
bazaar featuring arts and crafts BASED on just 'I \ .
made by the women and a chili luncheon one thing, cooking up .11C..y" 'COMloo'" with desserts. SPIRITUAL chicken, fresh, tender and 1-*aaA rMu "f"t >"iw." s ew.i "irK "'aj.BCLIP .- .
Mrs. Kenneth Grider was elected to juicy the Colonels AND\JSt'THIS COUPONe I
0M I
represent The Women at all vestry 1. Training tomorrows Christian leaders today. -. special '
meetings and Mrs. Herbert Thomas 2. Teaching young people to see life from God's point of view. Way It's all we do Great I $ .99 '
f was named alternate. President Mrs. 3. Establishing the principles of godly living within their hearts and tasting chicken like 6 I
Thomas,, gave a reading, on the mind. 04 IS pl-ce* d th
,I '"Meaning of Pentecost." .. no one else can do it. Colons-* Original
{ Refreshments were. served during 4. Offering a complete Christian education' program with the 15! -PIECE R.elpe_eiitf. ..1
individual In 1
mind. J1L._ CrI... ,
h the social hour i "k
I 5. Limited opening to qualified Christian young people. ''C, RRY.PACKI l....., SK

j 1' "And all the children shall be taught of the Lord; and great 'tujiu r> f,, oupon'I -
shall be the peace of thy children." Isa. 54:13A : Kentucky Fried Chicken '." .. ..1- for
1 1A .1 : w. dark ord.m '
'//A Ministry of The r i '.i t sl1 "' !lore an apphcalXeMieilan. ,
Offer at these ni, I .
gootf ; stores only: Z I ;
plate of glass half an Inch Hampton Baptist ChurchDavid METRO JACKSONVILLE STORES 1ft.\ ;tr
\ It : .
thick will not crack avert STARKE MACCLENNV -
when hit by, a baseball R. MacDonald. pastor. GAINESVILLE : .. lTt..t eeuwM eaorf inly; -M I I
pitcher.thrownbV'f, '-a' ,.. big.' I.ague '468-2104 or 468-1930, I SLff.fl[I IWT''"'? V83- '., '''_'''' ,-000ct0M':' \ ta/ I

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301 Quick Stop brought its home run stroke to Palatka last
weekend and carted off first prize from the Palatka Pirates Invitational
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14 .tl men's slowpitch tourney.
gp .a. The Starke co-leader bashed 46 homers in S games 9 per game on average
[ and finished In style busting 15 in a 29-10 romp past Jerry's Drive In of
4IM Palatka in the finals. Vic Crews and Tom Paladino shared Home Run trophy
: f, d'Y"w I I 1'I b honors with 9 4-baggers apiece for the weekend.Chub Johnson. Bill Goodge.
: s and Paul Rogers smacked 6 apiece; Farelon McClellan and Gene Tanner
tagged 4 each and Wesley Sheffield and Jeffery Norman cracked I apiece.
Quick Stop hit 9, 3 by Johnson. in a 16-2 opening-game win over the Bunnell
Businessmen. In game 2. a 28-16 victory over Bruner's Supply of Daytona
r Beach the team had 10 as Crews slugged 3.The Starke power tagged 9 more
in a 16-12 win over Florida Rock but was held to just 2 and just did get past
Beer Witches 12-11 in the winner's bracket finals.
Jerry's got past Beer Witches to reach the championship game where
Quick Stop cranked up again with its 15 shots 3 by Tanner and Crews, who
fir" was 5-for-5 in the final.
'dr'I r I Shelton Keen hit .706 to lead Quick Stop in that department for the weekendbut
: not far back was Crews .684 with Rogers at .625 Johnson .588 Goodge
.579, and Paladino 524.
:301 is headed for Tallahassee this weekend for a tournament that also in-
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After a slow start lad year the Starkettes girls 13-15 year old Softball Standing left to right Coach Loretta Marchant. Kathy Morrow. Terri
team Is cranking up this year and with It's championship In the Starke In- Fender Trade Clark. Stacey Reddish. Tammy Dempsey. Trade Denton p
vltatlonal last weekend has now placed In both youth tournaments It has Tonja Rlgby. Melanie Woods. Marla Reddish and Kim Brown.
participated In. The girls are 7-3 against youth teams. Not pictured are Deanna Tomllnson.Tammy Grlffls Stefanle Cubbedge SaleWednesdaaY ll }
Pictured are.kneeling left to right: Cindy Parado. Kelly Jackson.Tammy Tammy Odom. and Coach Cassandra Kiser. on d 'I '1 1y
Lynn Tara Marchant. and Paula Green.
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,1\I i" The Starkettes 13-15 year old girls Softball team may be a little outmatched game was ended on a technicality. ga o'0 1 yl ; /y gao0
when the girls go up against adult teams in Starke's women's Softball The Eagles were caught for an illegal substition and had to forfeit thegame. BRIEFS T-SHIRTS O
*leagues, but the girls continued to prove they can stay on the field with -
'" anybody their own age as they won their own Starkette youth invitational "The first thing they wanted to know when they came off that field was 4 64 564 MEN'S S-PK.
1.1;tourney last weekend. 'when's our next tournament?" Mrs. Marchant said with a smile. PRICE 597 68e 588 785
1,"faAfter a 6-4 loss to.the Green-Cove Giantsrtrr the tournament'opener the For the weekend shortstop Marla Reddish led the Starkettes with a torrid ...,. WERE 5e68 889. .
.' Starkettes ralliewjyfcftfiiralghtteiUgvnG> *In a.ahow..oL'never-say- .560 average..Pitcher Kim Brown:who.. was 6n thk'mnlmttror aD,gNthlS.'I'Id 3-PK. UNDERWEAR' TUBE SOCKS WALK SHORTS DRESS SLACKS
; ,dlrf that brought mtJie 1sx pace troh ... struck out 16 counting fouls) while walking just 5, also hit well with a .400 Poly/cotton blend. FOL While with assorted Poty'colton blends in Texturifed Koili
\ ', II ('t -'" Rigby and Odom hit .380 and Melanie Woods and Stacey Reddishhit golden, man's sues colorful stripes 5-pk solids. Men's 32-44. polyester tor easy are
,.i "They just had the determination," Coach Loretta Marchant said of her average..350. Pull cul for comfort. men's sites 1013. Full cut for comfort Solids in men 9 29.47IRUff0FTEIOOM.

[girls'comeback. "They kept their heads in it, when the girls would make an There's a possibility the Starkettes will be going to a tournament in either
I error" they wouldn't get down. The just did great." Green Cove or Tallahassee in the next few weeks and they could be hosting
:' The Starkettes who are 7-3 against teams their own age started their trip another tournament this year said coach Marchant. "The response for this
through the loser's bracket with a 14-3 win over the Baldwin Foxes as Kim
one was so great thanks to all the parents who turned out and helped us. We
frown,Marla Reddish Tammy Odom and Tonja Rigby all delivered 2 hits. probably made$200 to$220 and that should pay for our trip to Talla hassee for
Jlext up was the Tallahassee Seminoles and the Starkettes won 7-5 with Red- district's. We need to thank the umpires, because they volunteered their
flish,Odom and Stacey Reddish leading the hitting attack with 2 hits apiece.That time all weekend." t
% put the}. .Starke girls up against Green Cove again in the loser'sr
ket fi I ina#and this time the Starkettes came out on top as they piled up 5

in thellsl' inning. and won 10-5. Maria was 3-for-4 and Stacey 2... Stars, Jr., Stars Bound for TiftonThe I li lir .

[lie unbeaten Tallahassee Eagles awaited and the Starkettes beat them sae Special

wi I< e to win the top trophy and. individual glove and ball trophies as cham-. Starke Stars and Jr. Stars depart for Tifton Ga. around noon Friday \ !
bioi hip individuals. t.rysn! a tort p' June 18, to participate in the 5th Annual Friendly City Youth Invitational. x'00 value
15.88 !
Ii the first euaalhe locals came from.,down 5-4 to win 6-5 in the bottom of 24 teams are entered in a loaded 16-18 year old field. The Stars are matched -
e ast. Aft&VTem ender was Intentionally1'walked to load the bases against Crazy Horse and Atlanta metro league team at 10:30: Friday 88
SUey Relish i 1 lo fcj. 'ft,sacrifice.QUit t cpj: Tracy-Penton with the tieing night in the first round. 396 PRICE Colc,3 WERE 41088 544 581
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Maria ts > the-
i game The 15-and-under tourney lists 11 entrants and the Starke Jr. Stars are
1 game 3WeStaHc: *.es built up a H lMet.-! KeU>?Jackson slapped 2 hits matched against the Tifton Express in the opening round at 810: p.m. Fri- MEN'S SWIMWCAR SPORTSWEAR MEN'S JOGGERS MEN'S CASUALS
ut ,he had 2 with ho outs La the top of the 7th when the
Eag' runners on ff MI> day., Poly/cotton boxers In Poly/cotton Shifts In Nylon with Suede split Hopsack uppers on
w so'ids 100% nylon lining asst. styles colors ft leather trim uppers on vulcanised crpenlr*
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I IsromLsfli ,d a93i Tot: J N 9lr fVT Mi f'Vrd' Sports in Brief]) I F C.Texas YYYY.gaVO YYYYY. "

m.. MIll f.1If Lit fMJ.il...4 Q&; J '...* v?;'. 9 Instruments
Low1 ill;Kingpms' man's Farm of Starke ahd the local girls ages 5-11)), junior boys and girls entire family. All participants must Z 1 gaVO3.p0
girls were beaten In Iwo close games. ages 12-15)), and men and women; bring a can of USTA approved balls. I 9aV0 ,
,TaRje Top Prizes i e >f The>'O' Connection of Melbourne mixed doubles; and doubles for men For information and pairings call I 'rouxo n 1M

In Bowling>League beat Norman's 9-6 in the first round and women. Rich King 473-2885 or Weezie Gorman
The & rl *' '' n and Mister Quick of the Orlando area Entry fee Is$5 for singles only or$7 4752841. Applications can be sent to
'(Kin of' )jvling team," topped the Starke team 9-7 in the for more than one event.$14 covers an City Hall. 39881988 I 988 Cnelce
madcp!} 4'SrVrioglers;!' took' loser's bracket. Those 2 teams ended ___ '_ _ U 667 VALUE Ba TO I? 68
home oflhe trophies from the
6th in the 19-team field.!
Winter.Bowling' league at the Palm DAD
Sandra Nor-
Lanes'lft Xialnesville. Cakes Makes eight 3Vx4V Personal stereo. AMACDC cassette Credit card sue c.ii.FMMPX .
Bowling MolV'tea'nV! man (3-6),and Peggy Nettles ((3-8) led by KathyBirthdays beautiful color prints. radio. 81,1 recorder with easy cuiator with case, orPolaro.Ofilmtyp.108
The .of Sherry Norman's In hitting for the weekend long COrdcarrycase pushbutton operation. LCD black sports
Ramsey and John Ramsey and combining for 10 of the club's 21 hits. watch
Debra and Lloyd Gilpln won first NF coach Randy Jones said the weddings Anniversaries E
place in the league. Plus Sherry won Rebels of Jacksonville were sitting ,
virtually all of the women's individual undefeated Sunday with the Apopka
honors with a high average for the Zanderettes and the Waldo Merchants -
league ((174), and high series (681 playing in the loser's bracket 473-3809
scratch). finals.
The Ramseys and Gilpins have 4 or

spent a lot of time In Gainesville bowl- : .
ing alleys and leagues in recent Our Country Day 964-8896 i
years and the latest trophies are added Tennis Tournament % .
to a big collection they've brought j
back to Starke.Norman's. Starts June.21 jj 8.99 sa Save gave

The tennis tournament which runs j o value 1 ouo3 o ,0 o g08
OPEN 8.5:30: Mon.-Fri. 8-12 Sat.
Farm 0-2 la conjunction with Keystone Heights' Stop By or Cai
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festivities will open June 21 and con- 964.7911 399 year 3483
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,' It J t'' :: l ; Tournament I
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The Suns and Rangers take each to lead the losers with Donnie Francis ru....*,.June
other on in Lawtey Wednesday. June and Hatton both 1-2. Ranger It Sun. ill In an aU-Lawtey, s,.
16, in the loser''* bracket final and the.winner battle the Rangers knocked the Suns
... :, earn-the'rlght, (topJayi t the :Indians 10 Twins: The Indians Into the losers',bracket behind the hi, :
undefeated PhWies"In 'the"Minor 'stayed alive In the tournament with Ung of James McNeal Mor-6 with a"

ir League tournament finals starting ,the close win over the Twins as home run.Andre '
Thursday night Juno .7t at ,34d; ,at Timothy Taylor slapped 3 hits in- O'Neal and Lamar Austin:'
j4k Pratt St. Field. cluding 2 doubles, and Andy added singles for the winners, :.a
:,;1 ; The Phillies regular .season Goodowns went 2-for-3 with a double. For the Suns Kevin Wise was a 'n
champs have won' 2 games in the n tournament and need Just 1 more win I both had 2 hits for the winners In- David Norman, Wayne Prevatt, and M
't to wrap up the tourney title too. cluding a triple by Milton. Bryant Hunter slapped doubles. .o/t..a

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t: Suns 20 Indian ft It was a night for .:;y
), extra base hits for the Suns as Wayne ,.afe

Prevatt and Terry Berry both smashed .'. :U
2 doubles Hunter popped a triple "
and double Kevin Wise tripled, and ;
T .' Craig Wise doubled. p
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Also Dale Norman was 2-for-4 for
the winners while Prevatt was ..., Save now
and Berry and Hunter both 35. .
For the Indians Bo Hersey tripled .j M
< and Darrell Gnann.: B.B.Prevail and on cooling energy ,
Jason Hersey had rots.Monday. .
A new Bryant air conditioner clamps downon

,June 14 ,cooling bills with: tiWraparound'
Phillies 13 L. Rangers 4; Fireball- 4
ing pitcher Shaun Nichols fanned a t i i ",," 1
dozen Ranger batters and also drilled ,' ..,.. ,'ooJ condenser
I 2 hits ((1 a double) and scored runs High-efficiency, .[u
as the Phillies zonked the Lawtey operation
> Rangers in the winner's bracket final. iu
I .d at t 41Jt Jtsdti Jason Smith Jody Smith Billy Save :d"
and Chris Simmons added hits
Not Just Tops In Starke... But Tops I in North Florida... for Meres the winners while James McNeal .
i} These National Guard Giants are not only the top With Lawtey leading Z-lln the tournament champion- had both of the Rangers hits. & !ltIa'
,d I team in the Starke Dixie Major league but they may ship game Powers smacked a solo home run to tie the .1of
P: also be the best 11-12 year old team In north central count at 2-2 in the sixth inning and lead to extra Innings. Thursday Juno 10 ulM
4 r Florida. lii the top of the 9th the Giants got their gamedecidingscore Sun 23-Tigers 3i The Suns eliminatedthe '
I I' 2:I The Giants captured the Gainesville Recreation when Porter came home on fielder's choice off the Tigers behind the hitting of J. Cowart Air Conditioning M
; Department's Dixie Youth Invitational baseball tourna- bat of Wimpy. Wayne Prevatt 3-for-S with a triple 2
; t ment last week a tournament that featured 8 of the Hea vner pitched the first 6 Innings Including 5 shutout doubles and 4 runs; Kevin Wise and illS
c;:; J best teams from leagues like Gainesville Middleburg. frames and Akrldge who Is 9-0 for the season, finishedup Terry Berry both 2-3; and Henderson 31
1 :; and Bel-Med as well as Starke. with 3 scored Innings and got the win. 1-3 with a homer. & Refrigeration
|)? i The finals came down to two Starke league teams the "Lawtey Blue played a fantastic game" Akridge Hunter added a double for the win- 11Bl
.f\ J Giants and Lawtey Blue and the Giants came out on top 8aId."I was just" glad to nee my boys win. they really ners while John Siegmund was 2-for-2 964-8025 W. S.rvlc. All Make

l| | 3I.n. a "Innlng.thrlllf'r. came through. ., w
: Pictured are bottom row, left to right Billy iieavner, 'J'
'I Paul Akrldge. Richie Barnes and Kevin Wimpy. __ lit
i I Top row left to right.. Eugene Blye. Allen Porter Bob
I Buckwalter, Robby Mcllae Jerry Roebuck, and Coach i.t
Edward Akridge. "
Absent from the picture are: Rob Powers and Chris ..iJI


I Giants Surge in Front t?


r The National Guard Giants win- Dixie Majored
ners of their last 7 league ballgames/ ,
s surged into a 2-game lead in Starke's 0
r Dixie Major league as they knockedoff with 1 out to load the bases. Jason
2nd-place Lawtey Blue with a last- Roebuck then delivered a sharp
inning rally/ Friday and then got a single to left field to score Barnes
i, helping hand as the Mets edged Blue with the winning run.
Monday night. "Lawtey Blue played good ball, it
The Giants (12-3)( own a 2-game advantage was a great ballgame" said Giant
I over Blue ((10-5)) and the coach Edward Akridge, who arrivedat
Dodgers ((9-4) heading Into play the game just before the 6th-Inning
Wednesday June 16, and the league rally after attending graduation
leaders have just 3 games left. ceremonies in Keystone .
I Monday,Jun. 14 Paul Akridge was 2-for-3 to lead all) ii', h
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Braves S lowtcy Cold l< Lloyd Gilpin- hittefsrin the game. For Blile Timmy lJo
ii and Eddie Douglas combined to toss a Sceley, Robert Starling, and B.Crews / I inDaa
3-hitter for the Braves Monday. had hits. m
: I i At bat Stacey Lloyd was 2-for-2 with Wednetdoy,Jun 9 ''S ttowC.Ni1. to

I I a homer for the winners, with Richie Dodg.r. 6 Mot Si The Dodgers ( I t 96.1.5761 ;g gSfpkbll.
Taylor Douglas Dale Brown and managed just 1 hit, a triple by Jody .
Robert Fowler added hits Brown but that was enough as walks <
Allen Wood Russ Miscally, and steals and passed balls allowed themto ,nOn ;
Alvin Jenkins had Gold's base raps. best the Mets. 01
Mot 3 Lawt., Bluo 2: The Mets dealt The losers totaled 7 hits, with Brian .', H
Lawtey Blue its second straight lossas Davis Brady Rehburg, Brian ._.,,'? v.... ,ni
pitcher Brian Whitehead limited Whitehead Hal Davis, Kirby Joe
Blue to 2 doubles while striking out 15 Hildebran, Jason Hicks and Jason "
\ batters, just 3 under the limit. Crews each getting one. WoOl" yhpJH9

The Mets also had just 2 hits, lowly Slu. 14 Lowt., Gold 4: In the I... ti,
singles by Mark Gray and Jamey make up of a rained-out game Blue Cross Sets goaath
Carver and Whitehead, who pitched stomped on Gold as Robert Starling sams9nlte ', ,'Ilil lea 5S n b.mon. do
shutout ball for the first 5 innings pounded 2 homers and Cory Strong PEN & PENCIL ( ant 'noOrit flD
needed last-out strikeout to save the and M, Roarke added home runs. Atta'che I U
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I biggest game of the Major season so For Gold Allen Wood was 2-3 with 2 .. 'V '. .' ."odo elit .b..orf ",I
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Plans have been made to hold the first of what is hoped to be an annual ;ato
golf tournament honoring long-time Starke doctor H.H. Adams at the i
Starke Golf and Country Club next month. ;
The first annual 'Doc Adams Golf Tourney IS set for Saturday,July 3, at Don't
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2 divisions will be available: handicap with a 1 man blitz format; and ,
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. Brooker Moves Out of Last I
Brooker moved out 01..last place with a win over Dixie BoysFor '

DM Action place and with In a*Olympian win over In moved* Merchants toward this second -- e ... -. '10. % DISCOUNT. COUPON- ..'- -..-- ...an.I --I: )

week.SUU "holding down In* top spot In Dtxi Boy Action Club Daren Chandler and Greg al
buctwll U Lawtey Wishbone with t-i record with WUkerson ripped 1 hits each, Chuck Coburn was : : SWo.rlelmasteri: ::
2 games left on the ichedul 3- ,end C Milliard 1-4. water proof; ,, .

01,....._. 1* 'u-.Ui_'.J..1.a. Mill ChappcO and > y, Wktb.e.e It- >..rt4ey..*..Winning"'-II pitcher Gerald Wallets98 ; IATLASGator
Keith Keho both slapped a hits including t triple. Brown doubled and scored 4 time and Clinton : gas
by Keho and a double by ChappeU I* lead the Jenkins tripled and scored limes. for Wiahbon -
Olympians to an easy win ., ', .Stacey Green was tfor-J with e triple, D. Mann- Rand '
L Srluibul wu 2-for-4 for the winnm.L.Davia. Ins added a double,and S. Ban. Sean Robinson, ', MCNall\/ 'u
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For t In* losers Stephen Jane homered and wa* hit*.
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K. Nipper wa H with a triple for Ilv wimmand with a triple! and double.,and Brad Green 19.Losing .
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I Thanks to. Dazzlers Norman's and Cubbettes Will Playoff for 1st 8

On the but night of the Women'League regular For Norman's Sheryl Jackson went 3-4 and

lesion (June II the) 3rd-place Community Bank Women's League Playoff Series Peggy Nettles 1I.label. .
Dossiers played spoiler with a 13.8 win over Nor-
msn't Farm that knocked Norman' back into a What: Best- f-3 series for league title. .. U rcrfxt 10 II The Rebels 17-7) ended In I Win I I
tie for Ut with the Lawtey Cubbettei.. Who: Lawtey Cubbettes'(11-3)) versus Norman's Farm (11-3). 5th by ripping Perfect 10 ((2-121 as Kelly Richards Stop Express
Norman'i and the Cubbettes. both finished 11-3 In homered, Libby Hudglns was 2-3 with a tnple and ,
Where ....
Edward's Rd. Field Starke. ....
the league, and will open a beat 2-ol-S playoff double Duane Overman 2-3 with triple and Dolly -

mea for the championship Wednesday night When: Doubleheader 6:30 Wednesday; 3rd game 6:30: Thursday. Wood 2-2. 301 Quick Slop won twice more last week to Increase

June ii. at 6:30 Edwards Rd. Field. t games wulbe (if 3rd game necessary) their record to 15-2 with juit one game left Men's Leaguedouble
played that night, with a sweep possibly while Express sits right behind st 13-1 with 3
deciding the title that night. If the teams split

Wednesday the third and deciding game Is set for roping double. to an 11-1 lead before slumbering Norman's'awoke Final Standings W-l games Olln'i to((88)play.made a move towards capturing Gene Tanner and Honors humored and

6':30 ThurIisy night June 17, at Edwards.In For the SUrkettes (1-13) Kathy Morrow had the Wednesday. the Community Bank Duller team (regular season) third place by nipping Country Boys by a run Tuesday doubled Johnson was 3-4 with a triple. Trrry
Monday night's trophy presentation the biggest bang a triple. (1M( refused to led Norman's win the league .Norman's Farm 11-3 night and Is I game up on Keystone Merchants Stratton 3.* ..1111. double and Shcllon Keen 3 3.
Dmxlers. (10-4) won the 3rd place award, followedby without
championship: a playoff. Lawtey Cubbettes 11-3 (17 5)..
the Saints (*4), Lawtey Rebels (7-7), Rowdies Cu._..M.....<..1..ti The Cubbettes (11-3) look Elaine. Pete's Z-run homer made It s-o In the 3rd W.des.dp. Jura 9
...... 17 ..W...... Ii-Handy ('.,.,bln shipped 4
another early game thanks to errors added to the Jeanne Thompson to score In the 4lh, stretchingthe Saints 8-6 Quick Hop Il H.",'.e. Shelton Kreiiasifor4and hits Including 2 triples, and 11111 ttoodge and IMiug
W* ..._ MeriwHe* It The Saints clinched the 4th Bright J-S with a double, and Clara DeSue 2-J with cleared the bases with a double In the sth to make home runs while the Quick Stop defense limitedthe the Wildcats.
place trophy and a winning regular season record triples. I I; It ll-l.Norman's fought back gamely butcouldn't Rowdies 6-8 Honky's to just 4 hits Tuesday night. Goodge ripped an In.park homer. triple unil
(M) with this victory behind leadoff hitter For the losers Ginny KUby was 3-3 and FrltsleStoppelbeln make up the difference Perfect 10 2-12 Terry Stratton was 2-2 with 2 doubles, Paladino double and Mains homered and doubled while
Melanie Evans who went 3-for-S with a dougble. 2-2. Hall was a-for-9 with 2 doubles for the winners, Starkettes 1-13 2-3 Tanner 3-4 and Eddie Oyal .-. with a doublefor Randall Thomas crunched a home run unit Hill
Sandra Cauley, Janice Stevens, and Betty J. Hamm was 2-3, and Linda Leggett 3-4 with a double for the winners Merren Llzenbee and Paul Bednar Ratliff legged out an in.park UK fur the winner'
(0. 1st
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HoUlngsworth all added 2 hIts with IlolIingaworthjfr2 D.nl... 11 > Naniran's .. The Daulen lumped out playoff were 1-1 for the losers. Lamar Sanford and Mayne Teuton wt-ro 2-3 mid

Olln'i 12 Cauntry s... I II Olin's rallied for 4 runs Freddie Crews 22 for Ihe vtilikiilsQuick
In the bottom of the 6th and held Country Boys Hr It Cwniry ..,. lit Diets :11.2 lhr scoreless In the 7th to solidify their hold on third innings :Jill Quick Slop came on .'rOl'1I1O the late

I Stars Shoo-in Wins Thriller 15-14 place. innings lo down Ihe Country Rn>s iM'hind II
are a ; Calvary Kelvin llamm was l-for-3 with a double 2 homer game from Terry !it ration
Roderick DeSue 2-2 with a triple, and Charles Stratton... 3 for-5 with his 2 'tillers' md a itmu-
Wright 34 with 2 doubles. for the winners. For ble. Backing him were Shelton Kern 4 4. (:,'n"Tun.
SUrke's Stars all but sewed up the 'A' league title ChurchJohn double to lead Klngsley Lake past Methodist.Also at Ihe plate -- 4 for.4 with a double. to pace Country Boys Roger Milzel ripped 3 homers and ner 4-5 Ronnie Thomas 35. Tom I'al.idmn Jr 2-5
with a win that stopped tat Baptist's winning for the winners Dennis Crawford DewayneHardee Kingsley Lake In an easy win over Calvary Bap- was 3-4 Steve Cox 2-4 with doubles.. Lloyd Gilpin with a homer and double and Pew j>np.Slrii-kl.ind
streak Smyrna nipped Pin.. Level Baptist to lock and Douglas Crawford homered. Douglaswas Its,. 3-4 and Jimmy Alvarez 2-4 with a double. 2 4 with a pair of doubles
up the 'B' championship and In the most exciting Crlffis was J-for-3 with a triple and double 2-3 and Joel Hodges and Leroy Ennls tripled. Roger Bennett was 3-4 with a triple. Jim Gar. Jimmy Alvarez homered for Cnunlr) M game of the week Calvary Baptist edged 1st Baptist Goetzman 4-4 with 3 doubles, Sumner 23. Jack For Methodist Brett Smith Brian Thomas, and rIsen 23. Curtis Crawford 22. Richard Smith 3.4. Mond y. Jun.14 was 3 4 while Steve Cox. UOId (filum, and lms lit
15-14 In Innings\ this week.TaeadayJane Anderson 2-3 with double and R Arnold rippedan Ricky Johns all had 2 hits with Thomas and Johns and Doug Crawford 2-3 wIth double for the win | WItd... II Honkf'i Si The Wildcats snapped an llarley also stroked J h'la.Olin' .
C. Johnson went 3 for 4
II streak as -
In-park home mn' for the winners.For poking triples. ners. ..... lImit Mulnlv llmm
ISC.I..y with 2 dnubl.rank Crews 2 4 wilh a double and tt ,.t I0i
Pine Level R Atvamwss3tandR. Bowen Calvary Raymond Trainor went 2 2 with a
IS. lit kpHtt Hi In a back-and-forth game 2-4 with double. Thumb Jura 1Cti. triple, and Buddy Padgett and Duane Srnrle were lAmar Sanford added 2 hits., A 7 inning rally in the unleashed a :20-hil liurruge iigmiu.1 the Ihe.. ..ith 4|
Calvary made the last rally In the bottom of the 9th both 2-3 with .Searlo 6th won It for the Lawtey team with Anthony Dommon lending a>
1_,... If Jr. 't... I It Ed Spell and Mark marking an In park homer
to win this barnburner. Me....,. ._14 and double.'A' For the Hanky's D Mollerup Tim Potts Claude safeties.' Including a home run und triple:
Cumber both stroked 3 hits to lead late-charging
Down 14-12 after 1st Baptist's Eddie McGee and It... u lii Sapiiit ft "We can't play a whole lot' Presley and Larry Green all had 2 hits w ilh Potts Glen DeSue was 34 with a HH and ilimlilf. It
St. Edwards !the Jr.\Star. '
Mike Hartley scored on an error In the top of the belter than that" said Stars coach Jerry McGriff Beck added by triple for the winners while for the ....dl... W-l slapping a pair of doubles.Quid. llamm 2-4 wilh, 2 homers. ( .h..rl.rlllhI2. ,4 with.
after this and let would like to homer.James Reed 3 4 w fib a hllm'rl""ldOlllhl.
Mi Calvary fought back. Duane Searle doubledSoil game, BaptIst Jr. Stars Jim doubled and Barry Warren (Idrv Jura IS) a
went to third on a throwing error. Ronnie believe It. Nguyen Slarke Stars 14-1 lisp 10. ""."_Si Tom Paladino Jr amok and A Beard 1-3 with a home run
2for4.SMn ,
Nugent sacrificed him home to make it 1413. With The first-place Stars made short work of 3rd. was Klngsley Luke 12.. ed 3 home runs to lead 301 Quick Slop to this vic- For the llonky's B J Sanfurd 'liiflwl 2 hna'rsand

2 outs Scott Davis blooped a single and Dewayne place 1st Baptist with a IB-hit attack that shotgunned II Me'h..l.; Si The Stars piled on runs In tat Baptist 10-6 was ),3, Merren l.i/onlx-e went :KI: with 2douhl.
Davis blooped a base hit to right field that fell In them out to a li lead and stopped the loser's winning to win by the runrule. tnt Methodist 6-10 tory.Paladino was 3 for-4 and Crews was also 3-4 withI .... D. Griffls homered, anil l.urr) lirwn;

for a double to tie the game back up. Dale Bedford winning atreak.Clayton every Scott Hudson came off the bench to poke a Calvary 5-10 homer while Wesley Sheffield went 4-4 with, a homered inmdclhepurkscoring

then stepped up and nailed single to center to Norman was 4-for-S with double John homer and double In 2 at bats, Clayton Norman
knock the winning run In. Thompson 3-S. Jeff Johnson 3-4 with a double and Chuck Johnsonwas
Scott Davis had 4 hits for the winners and De John Bennett socked 3-run homer while pitcher was 3-for-4 with sn In-park homer

wayne For let 3. Baptist which rallied from down 12-3 to John ballpark Riggs at Edwards kept 1st Baptist's Rd. heavy hitters In the In-park 2-3 with homer a triple Mine Warren Southerland Steve and Marshall John waa-2-3 Bennett pounded with had an a Cubs and Expo t Take Off Early in Jr. SoftballJr. I

triple, and Richard
make great gameout of it. Hartley was 3-5 with a E D. Phillips and Kevin Johns were the only Ut

homer Mark Patray 3-4, and M. Phillips 2-4. Baptist batters to collect 2 hits. extra-base For Methodist hits. Brett Smith and John Denmarkhad It's the Cubs and Expos:out: in front early In Jr. for the winners white Iliiliin' Hr.inl ....'
HR. Softball with 2-0 records and those teams meet today Softball Ihe only Brewer to come acrossW.dn..da5
.....,..rt." IS jr. ..... li Presbyterian held the Pine Level :M.St. Edwards II: Pine Level refused 2 hits and B. Thomas an Inslde-the-park Thursday June 17. at 11 a.m. at Pratt St. Ju..'

Jr. boys to 7 hits and Jeff Belcher Darrell O'Neal. to let St. Edwards pass It In the standings as I........* '.......01... li Smyrna all but sewed up field. Cubf t fmti9t 7: Racharl Kfnred the winning nin
David Wager and B. Jackson each collected 2 Greg Alvarez and H Hollenbough both delivered 4 title Presbyterian _....,.June 14 l>poi is A'. 6, The Expos piled up 10 runs in Ihe In Ihe bottom of Ihe Hlh inning to the I'liln.' u
the 'B' division by outdefenslng gi\e
themselves for the winners Including a triple by ,hits Including doubles. but they had to come with 3 runs In the bottom of .,_... it p...... li Jonetta John BenJI. Scott /first Inning to lead the A's behind Friday. clone 8-7 win over the Ptidrat last week
Belcher. Also D. Burkhalter smashed a homer for the and Eric all tallied 2 scores as the Brewers nested Neal and Sahra scored 2 runs while Jimmy got Link Bishop scored twice to le.id the UIIIIIITH
the 6th to do It.
Donald Thornton was the only Jr. Star with a winners, Lloyd Allen was 3forwith a double, B. Sam Bassett, Jack Anderson;'wid' R. Arnold the Padres Monday morning on base 3 limes for the winners. while Mark Marshall contributed runx fur tin-
pair of hits for the night.SmyrM Scott double.3-11. D. Alvarez 4-5, and H. Melton 2-3 with a scored In the /final Inning for the winners, Bassetton Roy and Mark werethe only 2 Padres managing' For Ihe A'. Kimbo scored 2 runs and Greg T. Padres.

his own homer. 2 scores. reached base 3 limes.ThurtMy.. lipoi IJ. lr.w..*S: Hot hilling I ,,, So'ipp! iron*)) <
19 fin* Lend 12i R. Griffls, Goetzman, For the losers Hnntion. Beck Mike Brunei,and Johnson both Jun II .Jura 10 ,
Larry Saucer and Shane were Prldcy runs and :Neal: nnd Jimmy tJinHtt' nililifl 2 h'lIr"haplree
*,.,Clyde: Sumner, and Al Waddell strung together 4 Danny Nugent had 2 hita. 2.for-3 for the losers. Pad..4. loyol.4t Diane, Roy Jackson and Mark Cub 4 5>...... It Bo Bishop tallied 2 scores for as Ihe .:'pntI dimnrri the Itr.'",'",
I L-stralght. base hits with no outs as Smyrna scored! 2 came across with scores in the 5lh Inning 'to push I ho Cubs to lead his team past the Breviers Margaret and :Neal: M-iihlhrnny ,iMiih .....r..1 .'

J I I :Jguesday:tuna: In the night.bottom of the 7th to nip Pine Level 4-for-4 KIng.l.with'-lets a double 20 Mcittodiit and Mike 4i Jim Mcllae Garrison 3-3 with was a itinsI.,21 .C.",."ti Darren Hardee was perfect the Padres. past Ihe Royals Clarence Williams and Bill also got in on Ihe runs for the losers

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; the first Monday in The administration of' entered against you for IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF you and you are required
MORROW. P.O. Box 982. NOTIFIED' that an action to It on JOHN M. McCOR- the relief demanded in THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL to serve a copy of your
the of PHYLLIS R.
November A.D. estate
NOTICE OF Keystone Heights. FL for Dissolution of Marriage MICK Attorney for Plaintiff 1982 deceased the complaint or pet) CIRCUIT BRADFORD written defenses if any
the said JOHNSON.
Tuesday being
\ SHERIFF'S SALE 32636 has been filed whose address Is tion. FLORIDA to it on PAUL F BRYANPltHnt""s
the SECOND of Case No. 82 41-CP, is COUNTY.
', \ Notice It h.r.by given YOU ARE HEREBY against you and you are Post Office Box 3323. SOlEa.t the Circuit, WITNESS my hand and Civil Action No. attorney
fill in
NOVEMBER to or retain pending
t-ifmt I I. Dolph E. Reddish notified that an action to required to serve a copy Church Street the seal of said Court on 82228CA whose address 'is 600
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$;44 sheriff> of Bradford foreclose a mortgage on of your written defenses' Orlando. Florida 33801 following Court Florida. Probate Division May 26. 1982. FREEDOM SAVINGS AND Courtland Street' Suite,

&nty; 'Florida underiajid In If Richard and file the original with : 600. Orlando Florida
: > the following property any to it on E. the address of Gilbert S. BrownAs LOAN ASSOCIATION
: by virtue of Writ of Bradford County. Welty Petitioner's Attorney .- the Clerk of the above- U.S. SenatorRepresentative Clerk of said Court known 32804, on or before the 7
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of Marvin E. Rosier the public records of Clerk of this Court either plaint. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO single man. Defendant. thereafter
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of Starke, Florida and Bradford County. before service on Petlr Witness my hand and Attorney State Comptroller set forth REGISTER FICTITIOUS NOTICE OF ACTIONTO otherwise' a default will

against Timothy J. Florida. tioner's Attorney or immediately seal of said Court on May State Treasurer below. are NAME : WILLIAM L. KING. be entered against you

Sokowtkl and Ellen has been filed againstyou thereafter: 26, 1982. for the relief demandedin ,
Commissioner of Educa- All interested Pursuant' to Section RESIDENCE: UNKNOWN.YOU
Sakowtkl defendant Gilbert S. Brown the complaint' or peti
are requiredto otherwise a default will
tion are required to file with, 865.09 Florida Statutes.
In the amount of $544.73 Clerk of the Circuit Court
serve a copy of your be entered against .
you that action to
Commissioner of the court WITHIN THREE notice is hereby given, an tion.WITNESS
together with costs of written defentet, if any, for the relief demandedin By Beulah Moody Agriculture MONTHS FROM THE that the undersigned. foreclose a mortgage on my hand and
collection., Deputy Clerk the seal of this Court on
It JOHN H. the
to on petition. Retention of one Justiceof DATE OF THE FIRST George F. Allen Rt. 1. the following property in :
Have telzed and have 6/3 624NOTICE 21. 1982.
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Court of Appeal Judges1st against the estate and Robert S. Sholles 2072 feet of' lot 3 and East
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relief demanded firm
the names
hi ..'"' FLORIDA :r-:,,, ..: for the following IN THE CIRCUIT COURT register ,fictitious, name
-.h-w 'In the Cottiplalnt'Ortion. ,."- FUNERAL HOME and
CIVIL DIVISION House Districts: 13. 21 ((2 EIGHTH JUDICIAL OR under the aforesaid FLORILAND REALTY
In hand, the .abov.d. CONVALESCENT
.Flrs. $tQt. ..,Morlgoge JONES yrs.) CUlT OF FLORIDA IN statute.
tsol' hand and located at 514East
r WITNESS my Company'; Florida corporation Board of County Commissioners AND FOR BRADFORD Doled this 11 I day of
defendant to satisfyrhebforesotd the Nona Street In the 964-7700
teal 1 of this Court on Plaintiff vs. Districts COUNTY
2, 4 1982 Starke.
'EHectfttbftl "'9th day of JwneS 1982. -, ,'" : City of Starfce, Bradford May. in
i yHHieivfVA8dlton." a CIVIL ACTION
-..*" .eddl.fi, Gilbert S., BrownBy County. Florida Intends ((4 yr. terms) Florida. 393 N. Temple Ave. Starke
aingl.naJqAnn Members of the School Case No. 82.235 S 27 6'17 .
ar 4lpd Vernie, P. Odom Broker GRI 964-S476
said fictitious
: I I\1i \ untyr : Moody dison., a single woman; to register Board DIstricts I 1. 2. 5(4( ARTHUR BRUNO. Hul-
of5d .,. Deputy Clerk Florida'Bank, at Starke names under the provisions
; band DIANE C.
DOf 71rt1 .' .'. 6/17 4tchg 7/8'' ,, of the aforesaid yr. terms) vs. NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO 1 Sacra.. I '/ mile out of city 'Interesting terms.
I _an4'W.$ Bad cock Cor- BRUNO Wife.
0' In Testimony Whereof,
: Defendants. statute.DATED. REGISTER FICTITIOUS S acres essumable' mortgage Forsythe Rd. '.
poration. Slorke. I have herewith set my Unknown. NAME Live In a DW trailer on 1/2 oe. for less than 20.00 so,. ft. ,A
''14OTj j_ ,'. The Bradford County NOTICE OF ACTIONTO at hand and affixed the YOU ARE HEREBY
Fenced bock
!: Bradford Florida Pursuant to Sac loon86S.09. 3 bedroom newly pointed home. yard ..
I will not be Board of Committlonertv : JO ANN AD. County NOTIFIED that
respontlV County Court Seal of the State of an action
have Rec. Room
easily a too.
h.Mb'/Qoda ill receive byso I > Florida at Tallahassee
.'_ Sandra Motley after thlt' bids until S 00 p.m. Mon. and residence: 202 1982. The Copilot', this the First has been "filed is hereby given
|>J dote.. June .17 1982. .day. Jun. 28. 1982 for Main Street Storke, DEWITT C. JONES SER. day of June A.D., 1982. against you and you are undersigned

: lorry Motley Health and life Insurance Florida 32091. VICES. Inc.a George Firestone, required to serve a copy Harlen Lynn Luther Rt.

-4/17 4lpd 7/8 coverage for the YOU ARE HEREBY Florida CorporationBy Secretary of State of your written defenses, 1 1. Box 520.R2. Lake
., Harold A. Johnson Butler Fla. 320S4. soleor SI
e) ) Bradford County notified that a Complaintto : 6/17 2tchg 6125 it any to it. on the plain.

5J IN THE CIRCUIT, COURT 'Employ... Health Plart. foreclose a Mortgage President e tiff's attorney whose business joint owners doing
under the firm
>? OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL A schedule of the lost encumbering the follow 6/104tchg7/1 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. name and address Is of' '

::. CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN Experience will be on file ing real proeprty: EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR Dudley P. Hardy. P.A.. name Lynn's Custom ERAFAULKNER

.. AND FOR BRADFORD with the, Clerk at the Lot 7. Block 9 of LIN, NOTICE OF ELECTIONBe CUlT IN AND FOR BRAD P.O. Drawer 1030 Drywoll.' said intends fictitious toregister

::, COUNTY FLORIDA. Bradford County Courthouse. COLN CITY as per plot It known that I, FORD COUNTY Starke, Florida J2091 J
.S OVIL ACTION thereof' recorded in Deed George Firestone FLORIDA. and file the original, with name theaforesiad

::S Case No. 82-103-CA For Information .conCerning Book I. Page 177 of the Secretary of Stat. of the) PROBATE DIVISION the clerk of the above Dated this Statute REALTY

3 FORTUNE FEDERAL this bid. pleate Public Records of Brad. State of Florida' do Case No. 82-41-CP styled court on or before ,24 day of

'S SAVINGS AND LOANV'" ."contact the Clerk ford County Florida. hereby give notice that a In Re: Estate of July 2. 1982. otherwise a May. (1982 in Bradford

.;5 ASSOCIATION of ClearJter :Finance Dept. hat been filed against GENERAL ELECTION will PHYLLIS R. JOHNSON.Deceo.ed. judgement may be County.5 27 4tchg 6 17 yt4 964-5065 m

: ,- formerly known The County Reserves you and you are requiredto be held In Bradford .

:: :o. GUARANTY FEDERAL' the right' to reject any serve a copy ol' your County State of Florida. NOTICE OF AD. I OtA 1

CRAVINGS AND LOAN and all bids. written defense. II any. on the first Tuesday after MINISTRATION. I LORRAINE CHAMPION 838 N. TEMPLE AVE.

:;f ASSOCIATION OF Gilbert S. Brown ..0... IMUMAN STARKE. FL 32091
.Clerk-to the Board All Acr.. Anesdce
:;3: GAINESVILLE Plaintiff. A GOOD SMALL Acreage e Cemm.r.1.1 ail Let. .".St. Across from Wishbone
;:- vt.J.tn' : 6IO2tchgl1>> REAL Names Farm BUS. ((904)9648931AFTER ) OFFICE HOURS

:!- JAMES H. MORROW I HOURS 473-3094

::}- -.nd THELMA J. MOR- NOTICE ESTATE INVESTMENT? I Monday-Frldeyt.S Seturdey f 12 noon

.t:'HOW. hit wlf., Defen- t WILL NOT BE .. Ne. 211.5.02 ex.. farmette, 24x OMH, INrn.,4.ft.

::i\:\.danlt RESPONSIBLE for any all fenced, good terms $42.500.

:;< 7j.: NOTICE OF ACTION debit Incurred by liMdcD'JK'you I No. 227 9 ec. formette. workshop. 3 bedroom home

.r .*.... TO: JAMES H. MOR. anyone other than mobile hookup terms. 4500.

p ROW. and. THELMA J. myself. Dennis W. Griffls. I Two, three end four bedroom hornet In town Nice

; I for the retirement end hobbles.' l In the thirties end e*

6/l04'pdl/I te executive styles

| Classified Ads ] '.4 lots with well end septic In Interloucrien lake
I 8ftl ttr"
Get Results ffates. Cleared end reedy. 11500.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT -Acreage parcels very from "'/ ec. en up t. 30 ec.

: UNION COUNTY FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. 'I .. Coed price end term Zoned. AO end RES.TV .

TIMES FLORIDA When comes 5o finding; a good snvifl real state Investment nothing. Repair Service' and Retell Good Gross and Geed
Case No. EFFICIENT Builder
ACTION. home
u CIVIL en
Terms Include '_estate, 171.500.
; 496-226)) B2-257 Is more Important than.*first harxj-lmovrtedge of he neighborhood. No. 223 10 ec. with two home, handyman special. four Improved ecret. flush carpet central heal ft elr,

In r.: The Marriage of We have'thacnowledge.* ""'can find what Nice timber end good ..... S17.900. Breesewey. 9 potfot. double garage, large enough for

r LAKE REGION ALLEN E. SIKES Husband You're looking for We're your neighborhood Ne. 220 let In Welde city water. lened US. Nice for work ere*. Unique kitchen with eppllancet Included.

:MONITOR and CAROL A.; r 21. CENTURy2l: 0mce.: And CENTURV21 Is the Flea, MerVet Acce... RV O.K. Priced $1500. $500 dawn Financing evelleele.

473-2210, SIKES. Wife. bl" name In small real estate investments. .end IM.'S ((1 yr). Houses end
Apertmentt Far

p1 ., : CAROLA. SIKES, J Neighborhood Pregertte; ..c.'.. REALTM I (J9Q4)' 954.5231 .> 224 leehlnf 4.BR home for Hie en Handymen one scre,fruit Special trees" How, partially shout fenced Ne.. Property. Management Services

,BRADFORD cIa Sandra lannottt. 2239 AMERICA'S .. priced $1 1.500. Terms. 'Appesisef.. '
Circle. I ISchaumburg SELLER. CENTURY 21! Suten M. Fewtkne*. MA TO*
W. Ramsey [ .44-SO44
hAL .
i. **ca 0"10 IS Itnln.DIJnn
AND Irene I., .
s TELEGRAPH Illinois' '1 19t1l c Cinbiry 2L .Peal blete tporaifcni as frusta for the NAP. .J.t and TM-trademarks of I hYATt FIRM IN. THI COUNTY AND All ACROSS Lucille .RfAlTOi ASSOCIATE......- 142

60194. I S Century J I Real Estate Corpoi ellon. Equal Housing Opportunity O> AMERICA) Sery. BROKER. SALESMAN. 4-B420

: 964-6305 YOU ARE. HEREBY [ .. wp """"" ': ., HerbWelker.ASSOOATB.9W.S9S1u

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HA TELEGRAPH June i7,1982

Good News for BHS Basebnl'1' ,) ,, '

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t'; Clark Makes 2 Scot's, Hudson and4year Allen, Sign With SJCC ;,:
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t BHS baseball starter Scott Allen and 3-year Allen struck out 228 batters and had an ERA of 2.14 for fhis '
; regular Scott Hudson have signed on to continue their career at BUS but he showed he could hit the ball as a t-
6A9 All Stars baseball careers at St Johns Community College in senior, compiling a .426 batting average with 25 RBI's.g;
.' Palatka. last year, both team highs. .:
'The recent signing of the 2 Tornadoes by SJCC coach '*
I Except for an "aggravating" habit John Tindle continues a BHS connection that started "Coach Tindle at St. John's is looking for him as an,'' Vj I
g of stinging the ball into people's when coach Mike Hartley played his jr. college ball outfielder, not just as a pitcher," Hartley noted. "
I gloves things continue to fall Into there after high school in St Augustine. Bradford's Hudson had a career batting average of .337, made ,-.
place in pro baseball for former Tornado Richard Hall also pitched at St. Johns and Tornado cat- just 9 errors in 3 years, and is called by Hartley "the'
I I fr standout shortstop Kenny Clark 1 .J cher Bill Goodge received a scholarship to SJCC last fastest player to ever come out of the BUS baseball pro-":;
Still just 18 years old and the 3 year,and though he didn't finish up this season with the gram." '-
c youngest player on the Atlanta L& Vikings, has said he plans to go back next year to join Allen is playing for the Keystone Heights American .
I Braves class A farm team in Anderson II1 i 9r''F Allen and Hudson. Legion team which opens its summer baseball programthis
South Carolina, Kenny was nam- Between them Allen and Hudson take at least {9>> BHS week while Hudson is currently the leading hitter on
ed last week to the South Atlantic '+ school records with them. the Starke Stars softball team.
League's South Division all star Allen a 4-year starter, has the marks for pitching Hartley said the signings of Allen and Hudson following
team. Kenny and the other South wins In a season (8 in 1979) and career ((19), while Hud- on the footsteps of Kenny Clark being drafted by the
stars will play the North' Division's son has records for runs In a season ((36 in '81) and Atlanta Braves last year, helps put Bradford on the
best on Sunday, June 20, in career(74)),steals in a season(30 in'82)) and career((67), baseball map and will tempt college and pro scouts to
Greensboro, North Carolina. Yepthat's walks iq a season and career ((68), continue looking at local players.
Father's Day and Kenny's dad
Tommy and mother Pat Clark will be M -.,.. -..
making the trip to North Carolina for TM I IIM

an''extra special celebration."I c rt a
found out the night we got back
from Greensboro," Kenny said of the
all star honor in a phone conversation
Thursday. "It kinda surprised me. I .I
knew I was leading the team in RBI's
and stolen bases, and was second!: in
triples, but I didn't know exactly how A
they were going to work it. The
coaches, managers, and umpires
voted." .
of 4 tlJr 1 w gxM. y
r Clark's roomate Pat Hodge
r a
I California, an outfielder, also made isv
| the South honor team and Kenny said % _
that was a good sign. "Neither one of "
us hit the ball very well down at .
Bradenton (Rookie League) last year flWA'W
to so it looks pretty good, us coming up
: here and making the all star team."
i Clark still Is batting only about.200,
after used to !,
being .400-plus averages 4iw
: in high school, but Kenny said it's not I i
I because he's isn't hitting the ball. II
"It's kind of aggravating with my
I hitting" he said in the only negative I
remark of the phone call to him. "I'm y
not striking out hardly any but the I xgMNia m
j' ball's just not falling in. I hit two deep
ones here lately but that doesn't do
any good if they catch 'em on the war- -

; ning Still track., he's"among the team leaders Kenny Clark at Work and Play... _
with 34 hits,5 triples,4 doubles,and 26 Wearing the uniform of the Anderson Braves Bradford's Kenny Clark ."r1 ,, ttj
i RBI's (a lot for a .200 hitter), and (standing)has just finished tagging a runner out at second base on a steal at- k"rP
.. leads Anderson in steals with 13 tempt during a South Atlantic League game against the Greenwood Pirates. d r s '
: "My basestealing is going good.
The only time I got caught they got
I me on a pitchout, he said. during the week. Shoot, we got DacK Braves have a high-A ballclub in ,
: As a team Anderson stood 31.28 as from Greensboro at 5 (in the morn Durham with double A In Savannah.
: of last week, and in second place In ing) and had a game that night. The "It'd be nice to finish up this year I ,
i the South behind Charleston, with the biggest difference between this and and skip right past Durham but really 7/
first half ending with the All Star the Rookie League is that this is more I'm just thinking about taking it one
break. baseball-oriented (as opposed to in- step at a time right now,"Clark said. p ., :
r It was after noon when the struction). Your playing a lot more "I feel like even if I was just tearing it r d''; ''r _
Telegraph rang Kenny at his apart- games here, there's fans in the up here they wouldn't send me up 7j
ment In Anderson and he hadn't been stands, about all the games are night because of my age. Some guys have :
out of bed long the personable Hampton games. I like it a lot better. been called up, a lot of it is being in .
Lake native admitted. That may Kenny won't turn 19 until the end of the right place at the right time." -'.' ...'
be the biggest adjustment a minor the season and right now he's not On Father's Day he n be at'lhe I
leaguer has to make: the schedule. rushing anything in his desire to move 'right place1 to be noticed: the Sooth Hudson, Hartley Allen, a Big Part of BUS Baseball..,
"We play just about every: night up the ladder to the big leagues. The Atlantic League all star game. From left, Hudson, Hartley, and Allen! relax In their.'home away from home, the BIIS'home dugout.
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: Pirates Lead Jexxie Loin It

The Smallfrys Presents 1f t

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.: The Pirates are out in front quickly
.! with a 3-0 mark and the Reds,Astros, I ..IaRYHerres I ATTENTIONHUNTERS I
and Suns are all one step behind at 2.1
in the opening weeks of Smallfry soft-

ball. 2 %
I Tu..day.Jun.ISR : -
.dt it 'Yank iSi The Reds won in ,, I
t. the bottom of the 3rd as Chris I 4 (
At The Piano
Rodriguez and Patrick both put their
3rd runs of the game on the board to and
6 to 9:00
i give their team the victory. : p.m. l-
; Evan Douglas, Blake Thomas,
nights ill '
i Daren Evans,and Jonathon Ferguson Dog Owners
:. helped the Reds cause with 2 scores. ,
Tara Sarnt, Michael McKinney, Brad
Neighbors, Billy, and Sheree Brown Happyflour
scored twice for the Yankees.

Pirates 18 -Suns 14: The Pirates set 5 to 7 I Marvin Has Gone .
the sun on the SUns as Chris Burgin Everyday .'
and Paul scored 3 runs for the win- to the Dogs
ners and Shannon Hicks, Kenneth '
Carlton and Antiquea Williams L.i;;'
scored twice. .
For the Suns Sean Frederick Jones LADIES NIGHT TUESDAY ALL NIGHT 1
and Shane Irons tallied 3 runs and _

scores.Robbie Sapp and Caleb added 2 Drinks at Happy Hour Prices

801 N.Temple 964-8080 Se- _, :' '':.'
Astro 23 Color 4l The AstrOS put Starke I !uF. \
the Gators into orbit as Kyle,Jeremy .__ _
Chuck, and Brian scored 3 runs and
Eric. Nolan Dina, Misty, and John The Old Man Has Come
added 2 scores for the big winners. Through
Jason couple of for ]KEYSTONE HEIGHTS y
managed a runs
the losers. With the Best Prices in Town

W"'n..clay.Jun.10 CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC Protein
Airo it ..... i7t Eric Damper
cruised in with 3 runs, including the Fat
winning score in the bottom of the 5th
inning, and Brian also scored 3 runs SPECIALIZING IN MODERN CHIROPRACTIC CARE JIlL8'e
as the Astros nipped the Reds. poundTh1AOTEI'$695
Eva Douglas and Darren Evans of
the losing Reds shared scoring honors
for the game, both coming home 4 BACK PAINBACKACHE WHIPLASH
times. Chris Rodriguez added 3 runs
for the losers ( ) .(AUTO INJURIES)

Plra'. is Gator 3> The Pirates PAIN IN ARMS OR HANDS
wrestled the Gators 15-3 as Paul HEADACHESMIGRAINE ON THE JOB INJURIES .
Smith Shannon Hicks and Kenneth ( ) WORKERS COMP 26' Protein .
Carlton each scored 3 times to lead OQfw
the winners. PAIN OR NUMBNESS IN LEGS 10'1 Fat $ 5 0
For the Gators Edwin DeLoach's 2 7


the Yankees as Shane Irons and
\ Robbie Sapp both scored 3 runs and "Tfi Doctor of Tomorrow Will Give No Mtdicina.(
the defense wouldn't budge. But Will Inttrttt HI. Patients In Tlia Car. Of TIle Human
i, The Suns let a Yankee get past first From In Diet And In TIle Count & Prevention Of Disease"
base only one time in the game in a T. EDISON
1., tremendous defensive showing. For all your pet supplies Dog Collars Dog TagsRosier's
t. 24 Hour
J Emergency Answering Service
tandings W-L
J t ,;, crates 3-0 Monday thru Friday 8:30 to 6 Saturday 9 to 2

ads 2-1
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A Special reauie Section Containi i fA Informative Items """....",. '" The union county

B That Affect Residents of Bradford! Onion ;ate qay Counties m lc9ruj.11r MONITOR TIME S

Thursday.June 17, lads
i PjSectlon

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;k l., I"x Art The Artist : i(;0tl

.1 Keystone Man Gave Up Security for Success and the Good Life

I By Tony Burke 16
? BCT Staff Writer
' :- Most folks would think the man had.
=gone crazy.
: He went from a "safe and secure" ar
:job as a small-town bank vice
t president (and cashier), into a com- F--
pletely different career and occupa-
lion; one in which he had no formal _
\ :training at that.With a wife and childto KJl
5 -- support, the average man might l
,: have to question his motives... if not
1 ar 's
his sanity. M
But Art Perfetti had faith in God a
t and in himself ana he dared to do I Jr4
;:what most men would not. Because of c
--that Art Perfetti could not be happier
: "I got tired of playing the bank's .
:politics," Perfetti said of his bold '-'
I I ;;move. "I don't like playing games, I
like being myself.I played'as long as I _
:could: take it, which was five years." ,.
'- Perfetti never schooled in art, : _t _
.; :rather he attributes it as his "Gift 1 _

_from the Lord." ilZfrkf L ...... ket
_,, ,
had :; .
Art Perfetti failliin rA .

: -. God and in himself; J y f f T tI 5< '

t .A1. '
and dared to do what b t f y "

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3Pa I
t i. !i _.-.-- :" g
'; most men would not. ,,; 'l I41

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: "It was something I wanted to do, "" f "I ,--'I'
t :-so I asked Him for the talent and He l.it... -' ,,__ !:J. ,, .oI."..
:blessed me with it. I give Him all the 1 f ',y + 41I't
,1+ f credit" "
: Once removed from the vice
presidency of the Nassau County L
Bank in Callahan, Art moved to Art Perfetti poses with his Pinto
i EOaytona Beach where an acquain- (above)- a rolling advertisement of
,, tance: taught him the art of pins trip- r his craft, (tat left) Perfetti mans the
;:Ing-' the elaborate detailedr t 'airbrush to paint a scene on the
r decorative painting seen on expensive Cypress mini-mural. Wrangkr
i ; -autos, vans and trucks."I .

practiced at it for eight to twelve 1-...........................,.............................,....,............................,..........,
I hours a day for thirty days" he says. I I -- ,

j =."Then van from I took Canada.my first"Job; pinstriping.a Give A Father a Cake

; Art does more than just pinstri ping More FATHERS for Father's
-though. He has painted several Story Day fN
;murals; notably the one adorning the DAY* *
rslde'of' the Keystone Fabric Shop .. Grandfather ,. Cousin ., "O: '/ mfr & > ,
I :'across- 'from the Shell..station in .tt 7V JJNE( Uncle Neighbor r ? I$
, --Keystone: ,and also for the library and and Photos Brother Father-in-law ,
elementary:: school here. Art does air- v
brush paintings which can be seen j2IsT
;decorating the sides of vans and Pastry Shop
:works in oil paintings. He has begun on Page 7B ,

working woodcraft "cypress mini- 138 E. Call St., Starke 964-5890
murals"and plans to exhibit some of .. L
h these in the future.
Art does "As many pinstriping jobs
. :'as I have to," but is a stickler for ttlee'
I quality 1\1\ '
i "I spend between two-six hours on a 8 la
,pinstriping job, depending on how .
. much the owner wants done. Some t"
in dad the ,
t Jobs may only take an hour. At a as deserving Is.
I ;show this freaks out the other best of everything and ... _
t 1. ,. because they work much D 41,IJ.. ar
raster looking his best in
than I do, he says. .#\I )
I "I only do what I want to do,where fashions such as these! a
r ;the design is concerned. No two of my .
I works are alike; you'll never see the '-- iIi
:same design each is an original," he Ii
said. "What I paint is theirs and
;theirs only." as in affection to be .... \: i proof from
Art says that it Is not uncommon for shown this admirable ';' ;,! 1 Wrangler Juniors have be
don't to
.him to work 18 straight hours,grab a 'jeans
few hours sleep and set in working A being always but ';'. "; dull. Our denim straight'
another full day especially at the car especially on his day. : jeans have some Classy embroidery
.or bike rally on the balk
1 He keeps spotlights for night work. ... poikets. And they're made
"I know artists who have a habit of to fit ,in 1(X)% lutton that's
doing the same design;I just feel that -washed and San;
this somehow cheapens the work. I as in his Day, Father'sDay forized in sues J'n.
,see it at the rallys all the time. I just June 20th, how What would K better than

Please See Perfetti On Page 7B D about some of these 1 I our .lassie polo shirtf Complete
with our Sl..lKuliloKO.
terrific fashion gift ,
i it tomes in a variety of
ideas to show you. care basic and fashion colors, ,in
FLORIDA small medium! large, and
for DAD !
extra large. And it's easy-to-
THEATREStarke L\1 ,
\ lare-for knit.poly'iullon interlock

$ Of>00
5 DAYS From mm

Fri. thru Tues. Regular $17.00 '

YsH6,.. Arrow and Manhatten ; / Free 1 Ticket to

J amb1TECHNICOLOR. DRESS'SHIRT r j4 Daytona Firecracker

VMM-- !:!

400 Race July 4, 1982 i

301 DRIVE-IN $13.99

5 DAYS with each purchase of

Fri. thru Tues. We have an excellent selection of gifts for Dad. ,of Men's or Ladies'

Suits shoes swim suits Jeans hats'' and much much more Wrangler Jeans whuesuppiy Lasts

from your favorite department store


.. PLUS Stump's Dept. StoreBradford Store .

Alligator Square Shopping Center 301 S., Starke Bradford Square Shopping Center 30i S., Starke


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.. "-_,_ ..._ L_ atf._.......... lntermeatwiIfdlowin fhe years then moved back to Starke four
Graveside funeral services Iv aldo; tour uep-oaugniers, Cornelia A uatlre of Pnte V4M0UJT, I\V., OB ego.Survivors
i ;, George E. Downie held at 2 p.m. Friday. June 11.were in Coleman, Mildred Ganstine Jooell moved here in I960 from Russell Springs family plot in Crosby Lake Cemetery. years .
! Mr. George E. Downie 59, of Elam Cemetery at Melrose with Rev. Whitehead, and Enree Simmons all Ky. He was a former resident of Include two daughters
. Melrose died in the North Florida Leamon Ward officiating. DeWitt C. of Waldo; two brothers Russell Nor- Grundv, Va.for many years. Lucille Mrs. Carol Ann Phillips of
: Regional Hospital in Gainesville Jones Funeral Home was in charge of man and Harold Norman both of Mr. McCoy was a retired coal Evelyn Cop nhaver llagerstown, Ind.and Mrs.Wanda F.
Wednesday. June 9. arrangements. Starke; a sister Ida Mae Reddish of miner and in Florida Mrs. Lucille Evelyn Copenhaver, Wright of New Castle Ind.; one son,
be moved Waldo and grandchildren. operated a of Starke two
A native of Uvalda. Ga. 14 ;
David Copenhaver
chicken farm. He was of the Baptist 54,of Starke.died Friday.June 11,at
i here 13 years ago after his retirement Ovid Norman Funeral services were held at 2 faith and was an army veteran of the Univeristy Hospital,Jacksonville, sinters, Mrs. Reba Crews of Starke
\ from the U.s.Army with 24 years ser- Mr. Ovid Norman 60. of Waldo p.m. Saturday June 12. in the Chapelof WWII. following a brief illness and Mrs.Lorene Rich of Jacksonville,
vice. of WWU and
He veteran
six grandchildren.
was a and
died at his home Thursday.June 10. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home
Survivors include his wife, Anna Mrs. born and
" the Korean War. Copenhaver was
with Elder James M.Land at
Survived Include his wife Irma H. Mr. Norman was born in Bradford officiating. Lee Church McCoy; a sister, Arpha raised in Bradford County, the Funeral Services were conducted
Downie; a daughter Jackie D. County March 28. 1922. moving from Theres&a.Interment was in Hope Cemetery at Griffis of Green Cove Springs. daughter of the late Everett and 2 p.m. Monday, June 14 at with Graveside Elder
Hubner of Keystone Heights; three Starke to Waldo 18 years ago.He was Pearl Sweat Green former pioneer in Conner Cemetery
Funeral services Archie Tan-
sons Edwin Vance and Rodney an army veteran of WWII and was a for :Mr. McCoywill residents of Bradford County. She attended James Land officiating.
Tolbert M. McCoyMr. be held at 2 p.m.today,Thursday, Funeral Home of Starke was in
Down e. all of Brunswick Ga.; two former restaurant operator.He was a Bradford County Schools and ner
sisters Earlene Graham Vidalia, member of the Baptist faith. Tolbert M. McCoy. 75, of June 17, in the Chapel of DeWitt C. moved to Jacksonville for several charge of arrangements.
Ga. and Margaret Denton of Savannah Survivors include his wife,Thelma Starke died in the Bradford County Jones Funeral Home.Rev.Jim Black
Ga. and eight grandchildren. Norman a stepson,Bernie McGee Hospital Tuesday June 15. pastor of Calvary Baptist Church,will



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Jack Marlin Brannen Funeral Services were held Tues- ,f Bradford County.
day, June 15 at 2 p.m. in the Mt. Zion Mrs King was a member of Biologist Hopes Cranes Adopt Subspecie EggsFoster I
Mr. Jack Marlin Brannen, 56, of Primitive Baptist Church with Elders Kingsley Lake Baptist Church.
Lake Butler, died Sunday, June 13 In Harry Brooker and Herman Jordan Survivors include her husband, Mr.
Putnam Community Hospital after an officiating. Burial followed in Mt. Riley B. King Jr, of Starke; two
with birds will be fitted with radio establishing non-migrating
parents are common
apparent heart attack. Zion Cemetery. Archer Funeral daughters, Mrs. Nina Hutching of young
Home of Lake Butler was in charge of humans, but are rather unique in wild transmitters and followed for approximately cranes in Florida, Nesbitt com
Born in Union County,he lived most arrangements.Nina. Starke; Tancie King of Starke; one animals two years to determine mented, "but that portion of the project
of his life in the Lake Butler Community son, Tony king of Starke; two sisters, whether they remain as native birdsor will not begin until the spring of
He was a retired heavy Mrs.Frances Meek of Texas and Mrs. Wildlife Biologist Steve Nesbitt migrate to northern 1985."
equipment operator and a member of Mae King Susie Mitchell of Mlmia. hopes a pair of non-migrating Florida nesting instinctively grounds," said Nesbitt.
the Mt. Zion Primitive Mrs. Nina Mae of Funeral Services will be conductedat Sandhill Cranes will adopt the eggs he
Baptist King 67, Starke The Florida Sandhill Crane is a This is a cooperative venture of the
Church. died Tuesday, June 15: at the Brad- 3 p.m. Friday, June 18, at the introduces into their nest on Paynes large gray bird found principally in US Fish and Wildlife Service,who will
ford County Hospital following an extended Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral Prairie State Preserve.The the prairie marshes of the state. It supply the eggs from the Patuxent
Survivors include his wife, Evelyn illness Home in Starke, with Rev. Donald eggs will be from another resembles the Great Blue Heron but Wildlife Research facility near
Parrish Brannen of Lake Butler; two Mrs. King was born and raised in Willis officiating Burial will be in subspecies of the crane, the Greater is easily distinguished from the heron Washington D.C., and the Florida
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News Briefs.

_ _u._ .....a..eleas ,, after he backed fits
his -
on own
In a five car accident June 9 on SR-16 The second parked car moved for i Roberts was semi-truck into a parked vehicle June
Corvette WrecksOn dent, according to Trooper B. A. and Water Street.Thompkins word hitting two other vehicles. recognizance.Jose 2 at Griffin Industries north of Hamp-
Wiliams. Damage to Thompkins's 1978 Buick
SIl-100 E. of StarkeThe Damage to the Corvette was $5,000. cut to the right to avoida was$1,000,damage to the parked 1961 Arroyo,37, of Starke was arrested ton.Jackson the
driver of A 1973 Chevrolet Corvette dog and just brushed a parked vehi- Oldsmobile was $150, to a 1973 Buick and charged with perjury June loading and was parking backing area across when he
lost control, left the shoulder of Five CarAccident cle. Thompkins then proceeded weston $1,200, to a 1877 Plymouth$700,and to 13, according to Deputy Sammy backed into the side of a parked 1962
the roadway and struck a culvert, SR-16 SR-16,struck a second parked car, a 1975 Dodge $100, according to Eunice. to Ford pickup. Damage to the pickupwas
continued on to the interesection of Arroyo swore he was qualified
Patrolman David Crum.
totaling Gordon the Bailey car Zaner,29 of Jackson Eddie Lee Thompkins, Jr., 18, of Church St. and turned right and parked. : register as an elector of Bradford $250 International, there was tractor-trailer no damage to the
1980 according -
ville was not injured in the June acci Starke, was cited for careless driving. 1 Man Arrested County of, he a swore felony.he had not been convicted to Trooper Wm Abrams.An .

Up-roots Trees Arroyo is a convicted felon and has unknown vehicle pulled from the
not had his rights restored. Bond was parking area of the Handy Way Food
I Patch SeizedBradford Emilo Salazar 24, of Starke,
Second Marijuana set at $2,000.Fender Store into the path a motorcycle
arrested and
charged having no
Powell of
... driven by John J. 19,
valid driver's
license and
driving BendersIn Starke, causing an accident June 4.
County Sheriff's Depart- The eighty plants were potted and ty.Arrest while intoxicated after he wrecked his The vehicle then left the scene.
encircled two foot fence to warrants are presently be- station wagon June 12 on SR16. Starke Area
ment seized a second marijuana by a keep Damage to Powell's 1980 Suzuki was
patch within the last week. The out varmints. ing sought for those responsible for Salazar westbound 3.9 miles westof Frank Tucksweller Jackson, of $100, according to Captain Scotty
the in the latest Starke drove left of the line -
growing marijuana center ,
the Sheriff Reddish re-emphasized that with
operation was much smaller than Jacksonville, was charged Rhoden.
his is to continuethe seizure. oversteered, skidding sideways to the
seizure on June 4th west of department going
air and ground surveillance of the left and struck the end of a concrete
Lawtey "I can't overemphasize the importance culvert. The vehicle then skidded into II
Approximately eighty plants and county along with confidential information Griffis Fined and SentencedBilly
300 feet of garden hose were seized from concerned citizens in an of public In their effort to"assistus and uprooted a palm tree uprooted
from a wooded area off SR-100 southof attempt to surpress the growing and ,we must have your support, said three smaller trees overturned Gordon Griffis, 42, of Starkewas August 25, 1981,following a search for
twice, turned back on his wheels and
Starke June 9. distribution of Marijuana in the coun in counteracting evidence in his homeon
June 14 to
.... then struck a maple tree. sentenced one year Myrtle St. Griffis changed his plea
-- -- fine Bradford ,
After being treated at the Bradford prison and a $2,500 by
County George Pierce on a charge of to guilty after plea bargaining
I County Hospital, Salazar was takento
April and was ordered sent directly to
the Bradford County Jail where he possession of less than 20 grams of the
jail for one year on possession
was released on a $350 surety bond. marijuana.
Pierce. In addition
charge by Judge
Damage to the 1976 Dodge station- Griff Is currently appealing a !
Griffis is to serve four years on probation
federal court sentence of March 18 in
wagon was $1,000, according
and court costs.
operation. After pay
Trooper Kenneth Etheridge. a bogus money
sentencing of eight years Griffis was
Peter En-
Assistant State
released on a$12,000 surety bond. Attorney
Police Arrests
wall had asked Pierce to sentence
Griffis was arrested in Starke on
Ronnie Allen Lindsay 36, was arrested the possession of marijuana charge Griffis to "at least five years."
at the Farmers Market-
Wainwright Produce on June 13,
charged with drinking alcohol and be- .
w 1 ing intoxicated a a public place. JR. FOOD STORE
r tWkL Lindsay was found sitting at the
bt' 1, ww market drinking beer, he became ; "Where you get low prices & friendly

belligerent when ask for his Iden- service in a clean, well stocked store"
tification and was arrested by Lt.
Eston Mosher and Patrolman Wayne
Wilkinson.The .
case was dismissed by the
judge and Lindsay was told to leave e.R

town. .1P ,I )-

Edward William Youmans, Jr., 18,
of Keystone Heights was arrested and
charged with wilful-wanton reckless RSUDWRISRR'-
driving June 12. F 0 N E
Youmans was traveling at a high
rate of speed, making abrupt turns g.99i
and using no signal. He was releasedon ICE ICE
a $150 surety bond, according to
Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson. COLD c.: COLD

Floyd Elliott Roberts, 27,of Starke, ,,/ 1-
also known as Buddy Johnson, was PrjnuiaM '\
arrested for violation of probationJune
12.While. Pricti good it ,to,.-2.4 (Starki) onlyl
'a, ,, } w //pp a/ Roberts was on probation for .-LOOK FOR NEXT MONTH'S SPECIALSSTARKE
simple battery he was arrested and
charged with making obscene phone KEYSTONEIIGTS WAI.DO
calls, according to Deputy Paul #284 Hwy too #29911wy 100 265 Cole St.

Pot Garden frightened off while spreading water hose through the Stegall.

I Sheriffs deputies staked out this pot garden just off woods. Deputies above I-r) are Sammy Eunice, E.P.
SR-loo Just south of Starke, but the growers were Lee, Paul Stegall. and Investigator Don Denton.7LL .



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lanes to pass as Thomas was turning. truck was$500.damage to King's 1976 was $25. according to Patrolman
An unknown vehicle struck a 1978 Damage to the Dodge driven by \ Lane Sibley. Thomas swerved back to avoid Hood Ford was $2,000, according to Ricky Bennett.
Lincoln on the left side while it was Wilford D.Jordan of Lake Butler was Patrolman W. W. Wilkinson.
but struck in the Hood.
was rear by
$800. There was no listed damage to James Anthony Cates was cited of
parked in the Community Mobile Earline G. Wilkerson 26, Starke
to Hood's Ford
Damage 1961
Homes lot June 13. Brown's 1978 Ford pickup. unlawful speed in an accident in Starke.June 8, $400 damage to Thomas'pickupwas 1970 David Scictulone of Holly Hill, Fl. was pulling out of Hardee's making a
Damage to the vehicle belonging to at SR-100 Stansbury St. Ford to was cited for careless driving in an left turn onto US-301, striking a north-
was $125. according Trooper
Clyde Ellerbee, Jr. of Starke was Thomas Carlton Hill, 59, of Bailey Perry Eugene Bowen of Starke. William Abrams. accident June 9 at SR-100 and Epperson bound vehicle in the side.
$800, according to Patrolman David N. C, made a sudden stop for a chang was waiting on oncoming traffic Street. Damage to Wilkerson's 1981 Dodgewas
ing of a traffic light June 6. Jean before making a left turn into a ;
Crum. Otto Ketterer of Starke was cited Ella Elizabeth Stalnaker of Starkewas $200, damage to a 1978 Buick sta
Roger Boyer 29, Ft. Pierce was private drive. Cates was southboundat
attempting to make a left turn tionwagon driven by Anne Salzman of
for improper backing at the
Truman Columbus Strong of. following of Hill's to closely truck. and struck the tried approximately to stop but could 60 not mph and when skidded he Pineforest Apt. June 12 at 9:10: ?.m. when she was struck in the left side bya Ocala was $100, according to Assis-
Lawtey reported his 1977 Chryslerwas when he struck a unoccupied vehicle. Honda motor bike. Apparently tant Chief Harold Crews.
hit while it at Damage to Boyer's 1972 Ford was into Bowen.
was parked Schichilone did not see Stalnaker.
$800, there listed damage toHill's Rescue 60 took Cates and Bowen to Damage to Ketterer's 1973 Pontiac
was no
Bradford Square Shopping Center Bradford where stationwagon was $50 damage to the Damage to Scichilone's motor bike Jerry Davis Caney. Jr. of Colfax,
1973 Chevrolet County Hospital they
truck accordingto
June 14.Damage to Stalnaker's 1979 La. was stopped awaiting another
was $50 damage
Patrolman Steve Backus. were treated and released. parked 1971 Mercury was also $50 according -
to the car was $500, according vehicle left turn when he
\ Damage to Bowen's 1974 was to Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson. Ford was $300, according to making a
to Assistant Chief Harold Crews.) Patrolman Ricky Bennett was struck in the rear by a vehicle
to Cates' 1972
$4,000 damage
The Rescue Unit from Bradford following too closely on June 15.
Carl Lawrence Brown,61 of Hampton County Hospital was enroute to the Chevrolet was $1,500 according to
Alan Thomas Leith of was There was no damage to Caney'spickup
was cited for improper backing in .hospital with the red right on, startedto Patrolman Ricky Bennett. Erwin Doyle Williamson.38. of Hampton
to the Chevrolet
cited for careless driving June 14 damage
Hampton was cited for failure to use
an accident on Edwards Rd. in Starke pass a vehicle on the right side at
when he backed across a parking lot driven by Martha McNeal Chase of
June 4.Brown. the intersection of Call and Water due care in an accident at US-301 and
I' SR-100 June 12. James Edward King striking a parked VW. Starke was $1,000. according to Cap
was backing from the Meat Streets and was struck June 5. On June 10 Charles Edward
Store, did not see a 1978 Dodge Damage to 1977 Rescue Unit was Thomas, 59, of Lake Geneva was Jr. of Temple Terrace, Fl., was stop- Damage to Leith's 1978 Ford pickup tain Scotty Rhoden.
government vehicle which he struckin $250 ,damage to the 1979 Pontiac slowing, starting to turn left from .ped for a caution light the light turn-1,
the front according to Patrolman driven by Joseph Gregory Anders, 17, SR-100 onto SR-18 as a vehicle was ed red and King was struck in the rear I Starke Family Planning Clinic
Jerry Miller. x of Starke was $500 according to Lt. overtaking him. Jack Richard Hood by Williamson.
?_., 1O .\,lease Cat y eft ar fed to chan g e Damage to Williamson'* 100'0 GMC
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I, : Guidance Clinic Gets $50,000 Elderly Care Grant il

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\\1' is completed in about IB mon- ;::;.
:' By Tony Burke housekeeping, meal planning and dies of functionally Impaired persons main as functionally independent as red into this program by McCampbellor building
I' BCT Staff Writer preparation, shopping assistance and who live alone or live with another possible. Mary Branson a counselor with the ths. refer a
" The Bradford-Union Guidiance routine household activities by a disabled person, to reduce days of in- "Day care provides the opportunityto center. There is currently no chargefor Anyone for or any of agency these services may or a
Clinic was the recipient of a one-year trained homemaker. Goals are to stitutional care and to reduce anx- learn the skills necessary, to the service,even though McCampbell person any refer himself Interested =
$50,000 Community Care for the lessen the burden of impairment or ieties'about living alone and increase socialize with others and to get alongin forsees that a person with a good person may those desiring more infor- :::::
Elderly Grant. This grant came from chronic illness, assist people to remain confidence in performing activities. groups," McCampbell said. "It is income might pay $15 per week for matlon persons should or contact McCampbell at a.
the 16-County District III Agency on in their homes by providing when alone. an alternative to being Institutionalized. this particular service in the future,
Aging. housekeeping and home managementtasks Another service, one that waives The responsibilities given are which would be a break even cost for 9648382.Persons who qualify for services ...::
The money will be used to provide normally accomplished by the the age requirement is the Day Care theraputic." the program. assessment interview, will :'
natural homemaker and to hasten service provides a structured five- "We have about IS people enrolledIn after an
four services for eligible persons. is :
Eligibility is is based on a number of convalescence. hour period three days per week that In this particular program, begun this program, with room for about receive the service as space list :r::;:
8, priority would be to the available placed on a waiting
June given classesare or
he said. The
includes 60 Home Delivered Meals Provides a includes exercises, instruction and 20 maximum -
factors, but yearsof the =:;
age or older who live in Bradford hot, nutritionally sound meal that participation in a variety of activities, emotionally unstable person who being held in the old Bradford for services. Persons will.be not. meeting assisted in ; ;
County and who need the services. meets one-third of the current daily a lunch and discussion groups. The needs fairly constant supervision, County Courthouse but will expandand required criteria :
Highest priority is given to those who recommended dietary allowancesand goal is to help persons become or re McCampbell said. Pesons are refer- move when the Senior Center locating the appropriate agency. ;
risk being institutionalized. served in the home to a home- .
bound older person. Goals are to provide
Respite Care provides for supervi- nutritionally balanced meals in
sion, companionship and-or personalcare the home, to promote better mental :I
to a functionally impaired older health among older people, to keep Now thru
person for a specific period of time. the individual in his or her own home
Goals are to relieve the primary care and to offer an opportunity for June 3Oth'
care taker of a frail person of the greater independence. "The meals
stress and demands associated with are delivered and prepared in the
daily care, to prevent or reduce the home," Said Dave McCampbell, of P Itk
inappropriate institutionalizationwhen the BUGC. "They're freeze-dried andI __
the regular care giver is awayor hear they're pretty good. We expectto
other support is not available, to get them in any day now." Father's Day Gift Ideas
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From Page ID

Perfetti. can touch work," he not
three or four who are already Interested envision taking money to teach someone my matter-of-factly says .
something that they don't real- bragging but
but they have to really) wantto
t lake my time witheveryjobIbelievein learn this as a profession. I can't'Swamp ly want to learn. "There are better artists; I'm far
\ I If total quality." "It's a rough business," Art says. from being the best.
"Pinstripers are a dimeadozen.Most Art related the tale of Ives, a south
f "I pinstriped this bike In Daytona, read the easy, do-it-yourself ads florida pinstriper, nationally renowned
right before the Big Daddy Rat Rally,
in the hot rod magazines and then who can pick and choose when and
and out of about a thousand bikes, it
iri think they're pinstripers. It takes who he works for. "The beauty of his
t; was judged eighth-best. E time to learn." work Is the simplicity. He's
While Perfettl has been reservinghis "I've other artists, and few excellent."
shows this .. ...... .
efforts for in-state ------
I't..>\I,:>,,; '"
year, his aim next year is set on the
nationals huge car rallys attracting
between 6,000-7,000 contestants per
show held in different locations
throughout the country."I .

was Invited to the nationals this ...
IJL! : I year,but didn't go. I want my reputa- Vew
: i iI tion to grow, I want to make a good
I,name for myself In the state of
,Florida first.I've been working main-
+ 1 1I ly at the street rod shows around
I here" oJ .

r He will be the only artist (out of -' ..j .....
X57 three) Invited back to next year's .
Blue Springs Rally, he said. u ka rr
Rat' adorns 18 wheel rig. An example of "Scrolling."
Related to pinstriping is scroll
work,of which Art Is one of three per-
sons on the East Coast who performthis
u. type of decoration.

"It only fits certain vehicles [Sawyer-SIad'' '
There's an older man up in Rhode "I SCOUNTSP
:wi Island who does it"and another friend GAS &; APPLIANCES
of mine and me.

;k M Perfetti says that a good pinstriping
0fi job usually runs from $100 up. His JLKitchen I
single most expensive job took eight GRILLS &
4, hours and cost the owner $400. He
uses siverdust enamel paint.

Perfetti explained that the recession -
economy hasn't hard-hit his A CCESSORI ES
business ,
Perfettl airbrushes cypress mini-mural scene. pinstriping because he
*D** caters to the type individual who really
wants his service and will save up FREE BBQ Sauce to first 50 customers
the money to get it.

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flames creeping up over the hood and \ ::WZt JtiK:

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_A I can see the original painted 270 Inch
S square .... .
1I 1 background through. I almost stands cooking area.
I off the surface." 22,000 BTUstainless

". Just as It was the Lord's word that steel
-:'I!, I guided him Into his new professlonit burnerSOVEREIGN
"r4'. -. 1 was the same that directed his move o FISH
\. .....-.. 9 I from Daytona to Keystone Heightstwo 0 a COOKE'i- '$
I Ir. years ago.
Ic "I was passing through here having ( ,
done some jobs In the $58
, rk I area, and He direct me to move i,, .\
Y I here.
Ic Art grew up in Long Island, NY and -r .
: discovered Florida after an Air Force \.
k xi :our. He's lived in the state for 14 :
i L t.t r 3r years, residing in Callahan and PK2100 "-
II Daytona. Keystone Heights he
., describes as "heaven on earth." n .7
! 4r In a time when many businessesare Gourmet Grill
cutting back, Perfetti is
All the superb extras are standardon
expansion.I'm! .
this Sovereign II'at's' loaded Q \
opening up a shop on Walnut St. with time saving features ,
In Starke sometime after July 4th,"
t he said. "And.I'm loking into beginn- .
Ing-W-school4 to teach pmstriplhg LIMITED\.\
possibly in August. L $18"
I Art demonstrates some of his detailed work "I'd like ten students! ; and I have GAS TANKS

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Apartments complex located ORSR100
t! "1\. _' -1" --' S across from the VoguE

:i II,.. :r" ... ., Manufacturing and Southsida
t :. ... Elementary School.

s The complex contains 46 units, t

/ laundry facility and an office, coveting
Sk. feet, located on the
,q 41,956 square
9.7 acre site. Plans call for six one-

I Ii 1 bedroom units, 28 two-bedroom/ units
and 12 three-bedroom units. Royal

I American Construction Co. 'qf ,

t + Panama City is handling the $850,000;
Pr .e project, with local companies handling ,

I II sub-contracting work. The I
Working on wet cement are workers at the site buildings are wood frame with brick ,

veneer...... .. L ; I
Were looking for applicants mat I
meet the following residency

i iI qualifications: good rental history,
good credit and at least two good
'- I Business references," said anj: I

1 Orangewood spokesperson. "We've

begun receiving applications but'we
The last
II still have many openings left.'" '-,

I Some tenants will receive rent sub.p .

.s. f sidles through the department ;'oi

1 I. F I p Housing and Urban Development!
Subsidy qualifications will not be bas.
I II -----.i. Y. rete ed on income alone. The departmentwill
I ._ + take into account the number of

I persons in the household, annual-
'I, \ down
goesJr' gross income, and other factors:
T. I Units can be rented to: families of tw<5-"

Bill Epps i _J or more persons related by blood;
"Y w rar / .. marriage or law; a person or persons1aged !
62 or older; or disabled or hart. ;

: to their friendly Ford Sales Staffl; application dicapped For more persons.information write: Orangewood or a rental l:)

Apartments, P.O. Box 146 Starke, fL :

We invite all of Bill's friends to drop by and : ,,.,.. 32091.Begun in January, the completion:

*. date has been tentativly set for Sept.,I.
jj welcome him back to Bradford County. according to Royal American. Wet

ir : >; weather has been blamed for delays:. I

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CARPENTER WORKS ANONYMOUSNo lake In Hillcrest. $800 ...-JANE It. S. USHER Dukes at the following engine (recently overhauled Good condition $500 or equipment and a television
Remodeling work kitchen DEERWOOD HILLS 3largobedrooms dues, fee or weighin down $146.44 per month REALTOR 496-2126 or number: 496-3033. 2tchg ) pump reel trovelei best offer Phone Hampton campaign. NO: ,SELL'
cobinett, and trim 2.full bath, open meeting Tuesday Phone 473-4058 or 4962903. eves.. "Your 6/106/17. and 2.000 feet of pipe in 2C 469-1242. ask for ING. Itchg 6/17 ',.,
r carpenter. Reasonable doublewlde M.H. on 7:30: p.m., St. Anna 473-4367 after 6 pmS/1 Union County Realtor tfn PIANO LESSONSi Beginners, and 30 foot lengths Eugene. Itpd 6/17 *
price Call 473-2477. 7:30: 2-acr.s 27000. Episcopal Church, tfnchg 3/26. children adults welcome. $11.000 cash Also fo 1976 CHEVY MALIBU r
am. 5:30: p.m 5/1 tfnchg. Keystone Heights. Thurs BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE Patient flexible Certified tale-1973 Ford Truck. 197 CLASSIC $650. Phone ;
CARPENTRY AND MASONRY LEASE WITH OPTION TO day,9.30 a.m., CommunityState access lots from $5,500 NEEDSCall Venera Brown experienced. $5 per half International Truck Joh 9645504. Itchg 6/17 WANTED .tj:
WORK Building patio, BUY or outright sale. Bank of Starke. $500 down. $71.74 per 496-3022 Sandy Haien hour. Leave phone numberat Deere Model No. 440C 173 OLDS: New point all :..;
addition, 473,2790 or 964-BS87. 4/1 month. Discount on entire 6/106/16 Combine with header power thorp interior runt
r.mod.llng.hom. Owner will help with 496-3994 eves or Gerrl Lennon 496.3551.3tpd corn JOB INfORMATION, .;,.
.. and til. work. Fr. financing. 4 BR 3 Bath, tfn chg. 10 acres. One Waterfronlot. 496-3140. Tiffin and 6/24. Contact Farmer an well $975, or best offer. Ship Job, Alto Houston..
estimate Phon. 473-4473 den fireplace, 2-car BINGOLions Club acres Call 473-4375. 5/1 Owens, Inc. Realtor Rt. :2 BABYSITTING WANTED Dealer Bank, Mr Howar] CARS Phone 964 6774. Itpd 6/17 Dallas. Overseas l jobs
during day. 5/5 tfn chg. garage, 1,000 ft. storage from high school. tfnchg Box 788, Lake Butler, FL. Small one, ages from 1 at 496-2101 Monday AND TRUCKS: Most"make 312741-9780 Dept. 1208.
ELECTROLYSIS I.I the only building. Intercom, Tuesdays, Early Bird 7 CLEAN. CONFORTABLE 90"gold tfn chg. 8/6. month to 5 years. In my Friday 9 until 2. 11chg 6/3 and model udner Phone Call Refundable' ,
method of permanent hair 2-sepllc tank, beautiful p.m.; Regular, 7.30: p.m. sofa. Only $75 See at 1 ACRE LOTS With Inch well home, 5 days a week $30. FREE ENGLISH IVY Weeping/ $200. Sold through local 5/271tpd 6/17 ,-, '
removal. Amy' Electrolysis tree, 1.7 acres. Public Invited. 4/1 fin chcj. Monitor office or call I and septic tank. Phone Call I Kitten Douglas at Willow Tree $5. Silvei government tale. Call HOUSEKEEPER. WANjtp
470 LawrenceBlvd. Assumable 9 1/4 market. 473-2210. 5/1 tfnchg 496-2308. TFN 6/17. 496-37)2 In lake Butler Dollar Eucalyptus Tree $6 1-714-5690241/ ext. 4413. Tuesday and' Froday. t1-!
473-7033 6/3 tfnchg Call for appointment WANTEDUSED 30 FT. HIGH TV ontennea. after 12 noon. Itpd 6/17 Parklnsonia in bloom $10 for directory on how to p.m. Mutt have' "bwr
DEPENDABLE LADY wants 475-2888 or Jox 3962035. $45. Already disconnected Caladium SI.50-S5. Con purchas.6/173tpd7/l transportation Phon
work house WILSON T2OOO't.nnl.racqu.t. 173.2210,1/29 tfnchg 144 FORD 4 Wheel drive ]
cleaning Ha 1tchg6/17 trary Mary' Garden SR 121 964-6539. Itchg617""qgood
own transportation and ., call 473-2210 or EXTRA NICE lake lot in FOR RENTTY..EWIUTTERS INSURANCEMAINES In LaCrosse Phon] tire, good paint. CB. RN or IPNi Tired of hospVfa
good reference Call 3BR 2 BATH I.car garage, 473-4380 after 5:00: p.m.tfnpd Hillcrest. large trees $500 4621561. Closed Sunda! AM/FM radio.. $2100. schedules? Schedule
473-3992 large screen porch.Sunrlde 2/4 down 12 percent Interest. INSURANCE AGINCYl and 6/tOl Phone 964-5044 between S yburj
anytime Itpd Monday 2tchg
6/17 Park 1'/. lots. Nice trees, CHRISTIAN RIDERS fromKeystone Phon. 473-4058 after 6 AND ADDING 160 S. Lake Ave, Lake 6/17. and 8 p.m. Itchg 6/17 own hour Perform health;
MACHINES FOR evaluations for Hie' Insurance
EXPERIENCED Christian walk to school and town. area to p.m. 4tchg 6/17.7/8 Butler. 496-3978. Complete' ;
Central H/A, logs, downtown Jacksonville.5days GERMAN SHEPHERD PUP- RENT Union County Times, Insurance Service. TFN applicants. Ideal!
babysitter. Dependable, gas 85 SW 2nd Ave.. Lake FOR RENT part.time job for Storkej
anytime Phone 473-2457 heat and kitchen. Deededaccess a week Call PIES 2-month old.pur.bred. ,
Butler, phone 496-2261 lor AAA nurse not fulllime.
working !
1 Itchg 6/17 to Paradise Lake. 475-2457 keep trying reasonable price FOR SALE .
WORK WANTED Exp.rt 4734681 Owner Itpd 1 Itchg 6/10 ed. 475-1014 Route 2, Box more Information. TFN REAL ESTATE 3 BR. J'/. BATH, large 6/10 8139338108. Tam'jfpa. *
10/1. 6/17
2tchg S
yard work done, olio Interior 6/17 :Jon Lake Lily westsideon MOBILE HOME FOR RENTS AUTO FOR SAlEi 1974 AGENCYPh. matter BR, den with RESIDENT MANAGERS and t.

exterior housecleaning HELP deadend. Green house Furnished with AC. no Gremlin 6 cyl., tick shift 7S2-OS77 fireplace, separate dining maintenance personnel I
: {
with red ,
trim. 1 6/17 ,
mowing haulingor MISCELLANEOUS WANTEDHOME.OUNDHOS..ITAL Itpd kids, no pets. Phone good mechanical condi New Home Site. 10'I room and living room. We are seeking matureresponsible ii
adding. Call 475.1720 lion $900. Phone 431.1208. I large kitchen with bar and
4962308. TFN 63.DOUBLE ac. priced to sell. Just and relnatri J
2td'g 6/17.24 Itchg 6/17. dishwasher hugh shaded
BINGO..AMERICANLEGION WIDE MOBILEHOMEi West of Swift Creek and to manage bna
PET BULL DOG PUPPIES lot with plenty of pecan
8 I
Unfurnished maintain
SR21. new
Teacher North of 100 apartment Jcommunities.
Position OFFICE SPACEIacing week old on county tree. $350 plus deposit byappointment
$25 each.
Saturday. 7 p.m. Public Invited available with the Clay Lawrence Blvd. Next doorto carpet and air. Near War. grod.d road. Experiencedetirable C
Johnson 7823741.
.4/1 tfnchg thington Spring.. $175 per Grocery. Phone but not man* C
HOMES FOR County School Board for Andrew Drugs. Call 496-2714or496-2183. Large Farm Tract. 334 5/27 tfn
ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSl month. Phone 4963253. Itchg datory. Submit
K-12 I certified teacher 473.)4: 11. 4/1 tfnchg. 6/17. acre. May subdivide for 1 THREE RENTALS 3 BR In resume ;
SALEWOOD1AND Closed (any area). For Information UNFURNISHED HOUSE New TFN 6/10. CROWDS PEAS qualified buyer or sell country unfurnithed. 4 BR with salary history.to 3General
meetings Monday 8 p.m.Open Zipper Manager P,O. :
contact Exceptional Child Lake Geneva 300 ft. w/o .
on Cream U-plck. $5. equipment. Term in town ufurnithed. Alto
DRIVE 3, meetings Friday 8 swe.tcorn. Box 17. PC. Fla. 32401, EOE6102tchg6l7 I
BR. Education Office, 284-6500.
1 lake front. No children or Call David 496-3539. I have several custom large trailer lot In country.
Bath 1,400 ft. Central pm. Alanon Monday 8 :
sq. 269-8100, 4732011. '
2tchg $275 Jax
H/A $38.000. Call p.m. All meetings at 6/17.24 786-6044.pets. 4tchg per 6/10.7/1 mo. 2tchg 6/176/23. built home welting for e Phone964.6365.Itpdb/11 NEED PART-TIME BOOK. :
Keystone Educational Building, Community qualified buyer. Good KEEPER 3
Height Realty STORE BUILDING. 1.000 days a week' !
Inc.. REALTOR 4734961. Church 473-2790 or ft. in front of Keystone Post sq terms, owner financing HOMES through trial balance. EKperienced. :
tfnchg 5113 475-2130. 4/1 tfn chg. FOR SALE Notary Service Phria9,
Office on Commercial Cir FOR SALE :
FREE 3 YEARLING PUPS cle. Call 473-2149 or evenings Far Union County 9648820. .
* * Mixed. Good with children ) 473-2014. 4tchg 6/10.
Free Estimates and live stock Phone Keystone Height, owner 7/1 Realtor Associate !SPACIOUS. OLDER HOME. 3 CREATIVE CIRCLE needs! :
473.3128 Itchg 6/17 financed 12 percent Interest 3BR, 1 BATH with office REALTOR 44-3814 BR. 1 BA home with 11 ft.IIltch.'Y instructors Traini!! :
lot on clear, sand Central H/A on Gatorbon.Lak. ceilings; wooden floor', 3 Ing available. Work your""""'
bottomed lake, priced to JANE S. USHER own hours. Any area. Call
Expert sell .. $400 mo.; Also 28R -- fireplacet. 5 ores fenced
9900. toll-free
MOWINGROADWAYS One to 1 Bath central H/A DO YOU NEED FINANCIAL I and crott-fenced; Many I-800-23I-3550.
three with nice ext. 45. '
acre tree Management
from garage, Silver lake access, REALTOR ASSISTANCE to eltend extra $73.500. By owner opportunitiet -
Yard Work $3.600. $500 down $300 mo. No children. lake College 782.3051.1/15 tfn available 6/17
City Community lawtey.
a month. Commercial Your Union County Realtor 2tpd 6/24
Keystone Heights' Realty ? Contact Merthe I LARGE SPANISH SVTIE. 4ea.
before B AM ah.r S frontag..lnv.llm.nt
PM. 4733527. or portunity. SR-21 N. Owneraleimon. op- Inc. REALTOR 473- 4961 360 N. Main. St. Powell 49t-3tl1 after 1 2 BA fully carpeted

475-1720 4734375.51 6/10tfnchg 496-2126 496-2903 It.m. home. CHI A. court yard MOBILE. h '
tfnchg MOBILE HOME on lake : I patio On 5 acre of land.
*, * *j Geneva 2- bedroom fur - HOMES
75000. Call 9646433.
RBRtlayiRsdsars's nished. $150 mo. Phone NEW LISTINGS -- FOR SALE :
I 4734058 after 6 p.m. llpd Very neat and attractive CB home with odd"I corner 9I 5/27 tfn.
Steve BroadwayTREE SERVICES"t 6/17 lot. Shaded by many pecan trees. Close to hospital. FANTASTIC BLUEBERRIES. TWO BEDROOM from
tw. 2 BR COTTAGE floncne verletleo at ichretimann home In lawtey on nice MUST SILL, 1973 '
I on Lake Shown by appt. only. Owner may la qualified Trent 2 BR. ,
SERVICE Brooklyn. $150 per week. buyer. Farm. 241-A In Providence.You corner lot. Clifford Martin 1 both completely furnish.

/ 473-33340/17 tfnchg *S Acres, near CA Robert Rd., owner financed. pick or we pick.1. %4.7145.6/102tchg6/I1 .d. $6.000. Phone i 1
Removal t' SECLUDED LAKE FRONT 1BR .10-15 acres, owner financed. 75J-OJ1I' for THREE BEDROOM 2 year old 782,3083. 6/10 2tpd 6/17 : I
mobile horn. Furnished. Home Income 2V4. acre, Blue Ridge mountain home) 2 DOUBIEWIOI MOBIlf ,
> .,1131312Ispairs business property. very 1
Trimming FREE $150 ___ __ on two acre local
Couple only. per neat mobile home. Include 900 ft. highway frontage. owner HOMES extra nice, along I !
month. Also trailer apace for Also commercial 7823973. Good price, with TEN ACRES I
Free Estimate! Ho odd1!I. trailer site Ig arid:
$40. Phone Jox 725-8949
KittensCall good term 6/10 2tchgj
Of Mali, I tc ha 6/17 bldg. for shop or retail business. Call for appt. today. AMWAY HOME 6/17 $77,000.fishing pond. Starfce. '
Great 5804
473-4732 Eleotrio Ippllano Susanat ON LAKE GENEVA 3BR. 2 opportunity.If of home. CARE PRODUCTS.DISTRISUTORSi. FOUR BEDROOM. 2 both, 9646873. Itpd 6/17 i I
: you wont a particular piece property ,
After 5 P.M. I.nl.1 Bra.Uri i Bath refrigerator CH/A range 6 ,. business, don't hesitate to call us.or come by. Thereare : den workshop, garden ONI BEDROOM trail,,, fur I
= carpet. mo.lease.
in Union forsale. Howard & Annie area lot of pecan trees. nished. good shape I
Clay CBBstiesLew. No p.ts. $350. lit many properties County Cool Inquire 1
Keystone Heights! 964-6305 shady quiet at Bradford Borber..t I
I and last plus security PlHman. 49 -299 i
I. Nee 46000. Phone 9645610.
Shop. $1500. 6/11 ,
.. 475-3064.: Itpd 6/17 6/10 tf chg. 6/24 ?tehg

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24x36", 25 cent each. Used Is Believing) 212 Call June 19, 9 to 4 PM. 247 Colored TV and air, $40 per rREALTY
Color TV'sAntenna's In printing newspaper. St., 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Westmoreland St. 3 SAW SHOP Complete WATKINS PRODUCTS are week and up. Wall to wall/ Ilse
'. Great for minor repair Va'll come see us at our families, large women's sharpening service, circular till available. Phone M.D. carpet. Call 9649992. ask r !

Spec. In receiving |lobs. Bradford County new location. 3/lltfn clothes, shoes, etc. Some hand, carbide, Crapi. Will take orders for mother. 6/3 tfn {!
/'Chann.I'* 30 A 47 Telegraph. M4-6305. tin. NOW! JUNE 1/2 PRICE SALE household;l articles. Itpd chain, mower blade hollow and deliver. Phone APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED -
." CARPET. NEW i USEDi Fur on ladles clothes and 6/17 ground and balanced. 782.3068 after 5 p.m. 6/17 BR. $160; 2 BR, $175; t

782.3577 nltur. ft appliances, ... Also have THREE FAMILIES Ladies Leave at Jackson Building 2tchg 6/24 4 BR house, $3OO.964-7521, mow:! .
'am.7 pm "2/311"1 Plumb. fixtures and pipe. household goods, bicycle, hunter's tree Supply In Stork., Keytsone lOCKSMITH'BURGlARALARMSt HAYFIELD 12 acres with

BARGAIN CENTER. US-301 glassware, toys, novelties stand. English saddles, Heights or Lake Butler. : 24 Hr.. Service very good gross, primarily t ID
So.,964-6679. 2/5 tfn hat, caps, feather clips, girls and men clothing TFNchg 964-9849. 1520 South Alesla Bermuda. Clifford! PHONE 964-7776 ....'0.
FOR SALEM children and baby clothes blue jeans, toys, ALCOHOLICS Walnut St., at the Outfit Martin. 96 .7145. 6/10 CECELIOTUWILLEEEI
DO DROP IN BARGAIN and whole lot Come household Items. 205 N. Temple Starke
more. Saturday ANONYMOUS Phone t.... 3/13 tfn 2tchg 617FURNISHED ,
:", : HOUSE 301 South. see at Bryan's This ft That 8 AM to 1 PM. 1300 SearingSt.I'pd617 964-5148 or 9647619. COLOR CODED VET learnto EFFICIENCkSl 1
COPIER Model 209. 964-6740. We and
buy sell
301 and 16.Open I'
I Very good condition, many used furniture and op- Shop, corner TFchg use the right color to and 2 BR from$120 month. IT'S INCREDIBLE I
now every except SEWING MACHINES compliment natural Most utilities Included. WE'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE
| applles. $400, call pliances. 8/13 tfnRECONDITIONED Thursday. 11 AM til your
I 964.5606.15! tfn TV'S Colon REPAIRED All makes tone. Color coordination lithe Must be employed with
??? 6/3 6/24
FIIERED ALUMINUM ROOF starting at 10000. LAND cleaned, oiled and ad. newest and best wayto references. 208 N. CherrySt.

I COATING 29.95 per 5 gal. Trode-In's welcome. Phone justed. $15. Work dress toward uccet... 6/10 2tchg 6/17 INCREDIBLE I
Flb.r.d Snow White 964-8212. 6/11 tfn HOUSE OF BARGAINS SeeIng FOR SALES guaranteed. James This exciting service now TWO BEDROOM mobile Wi'RE PEOPLE IN TOUCH WITH PEOPLE

I Mobil. Home Roof Coating FIREWOOD Whit. oak and Is Believing! 212 Call Strickland, corner MorganRd. offered In the Starke area. home, adults only. No Inside .

$34.95 p.r 5 gal. Starke pine, $5 per truckload; St.,II 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.Yo' ACRES Two miles SW of and Hwy 16. TFNchg Call 96/-8155. 6/10 3tchg pets. Phone 964-7619 SPECIALS
Paint Center 96 -8)81. Oak'4x4's, $30 half cord. come see us at our Raiford C793. Paved CHAIN LINK FENCE Install 6/24 or 964.8614. I Itchg617UNFURNISHED Approx. 40 acres of prime Bradford County farm pro
I 4/13 tfnELECTRIC Call Sunshine Acres, new location. 3/IBHn road on ed. Free estimates HandyMan EXPERIENCED PAINTER. HOUSE in perty. In the heart of the Strawberry County, Rd. 225
NOW JUNE 1/2 PRICE SALEon frontage, $1,600 peracre Neat CB home with trees, eialeas and beautiful
grills or come out between ladles Jacksonville Fence Co. 964-8559. Neat work free estimates, Hampton. For Info call pecan
I ),w. On stand $40, tabl. 9:30: a.m. and 2:30 clothes and rfnpd 982TYPEWRITER reasonable 964.6502. 6/17 2tpd 6/24 lawn, first time offered.
shoes. 781.5171.5120 tin rates. Interior
models $25. Call 964-5251. p.m. and wall load for Also hav.hou..hold REPAIR! Call exterior, call 964-3177. FOR LEASE Bar and cabins, New large, brick home, Starke Golf ft Country Club.
after 3 p.m.22 tfn you. 1/28 tfn goods, ADJOINING LOTSi one 110 3 miles South of Starke. Hug. family room with fireplace, the best designer' androomiest
the Office Shop W.
glassware, novelties desirable locationIn Itpd 6/17
toys ,
-V GALV. ROOFINGi for details For Info call 964.6502.617 closets In town 3 1R. 2 baths. 1 car garage,
I 6'$3.65:. ; 7'-54.45; 85.03; REDUCED SAFE safe and fait hats, caps, feather clips, city. Southgate Subdivision Call St., Starke, 2tpd 624TRAVEL many extras, corner lot.
with Go Bete Tablets and children and baby clothes Phone 964.576tin
$5.72 10'-$6.41
; ft. ft
Beautiful brick home with B ac., approx. 2100 sq.
lK$7.10i\ ; 12779. We E-Vap "water pills." Andrews and whole lot more. Come Itchg 6/17 GLASS CUT TO ORDER TRAILER! For rent by
at 11%%
manufacture. Jacksonville. Pharmacy. 6/3 4tpd see at Bryan's This & That Doors windows, etc FOR RENT day week or month self- $5BSOO atsum. mortg.
I Call toll fr.. 6/24 Shop, corner 301 and 16. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY contained, 6 beds, AC Orange Street CB 3 BR. IVt BA, Nearly new, pretty

r.800-342-2702. 6/3 4tchg PORTABLE BUILDING 8x12. Open now every day except 9646078. Orders also MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE Stark. or Flagler Beach. wooded acre In town $41,000.
[ 6/24 metal, barn-type. Phone Thursday. 11 AM til WANTEDAXLES taken In lake BUtler, HOME PARK mobile home's Millard Judd 127 City water ft sewer, four lot. $3.000 per lot
BLUEBERRIES: You pick or 964-8132. 6/10 2lchg. 6/17 ??? 6/3 4tchg 6/24 496-3079 and Keystone and spaces for rent Lafayette 964-5951. Itchg Hampton lake. Beautiful view, on* of the Knelt
We' pick, on order. Man YORKSHIRE PIGS Born April FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 9 Heights 473-4973. 2/26 tin Recreational vehicleswelcome. 6/17 homes on the lake. $152,900.; $75.000 down owner flnon
Sql.. 8. 6:30: ; Sun. 2:30 19. Approx. weight 40 Ibs. to 4 PM. NW 56lh. Ave., off B. TIRESi 2 axles + 4 BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Phone 4682912. FURNISHED APARTMENT 3 clng for qualified buyer.
630. 2 miles east of $25 each. Phone 964-5836. 16-W toward prison. Furniture tire We pickup, $100; SERVICE Bradford County TFchg rooms and bath, carpet Connerly Estates. Attractive new brkk home on one

I Orqng. Heights and 1 3/4 IIchg 617TRAVEL baby clothes, You deliver, $ 25. Olin residential pump-outs, HOUSEKEEPING and sleepIng window AC, central heat. acre. $57.900. mortgage of approx. $37.000 at 11'/> / ,

miles North on 200 A., see TRAILER 1970, guitar trumpet misc. Itpd Mobile Home Sales, Hwy. $50. We also re-lay drain room TV, and air. No children or pets, monthly payment $443.001
sign longnecker. sleeps 3 or 4, self contained 6/17 100 W Stark. 964-5606.! lines. Phone 9648121. Underwood Motel 3 mil. located 204 W. Adkins. Lake Bedford. Owner financing at 12%% for well

475-1151' 473-2702. 6/3 24 ft. long $250O. RUMMAGE SALE Thursdayand TFchg 5/28 tfnchgPROFESSIONAL North of Starke on Hwy. Phone 964.8021. Itchg6/17 maintained home. Sales price $43.500 with $20.000 downpayment
I TFN Phon. Magnolia Hotel Saturday, 108 E. Call WORK WANTED Experienced 301. 10/9 tfn 2 BR HOUSE Central
964-9939. Edmund St? beside Williams bookkeeper leeks part- Car -
POLLED HERFORD Mersey. heat/air, carport fenced ee. 4s.e.re
breeding bulls approx. IIpd 6/17 Jewelry. We have 1,000 time work. Phone Service Cleaned, 3 BR. 1 BA LIVING ROOM. yard, $350 month. First & LAKEFRONT GET YOUR FEET WET
Hems sell. washed vacuumed
1200 to 1400 Ibs. 4 to Itchg 6/17 964.6902.6110 2tchg 6/17 dining room S kitchen last months rent plus
yearsord. Beautifully wooded lots 4 t S Geneva Creek Appro. 1
I 964-5088 9648762. RIDING MOWER 10 HP, International WANT TO LEASE 20.80 sanitized and deodorized. central heat and air. In cleaning deposit. 333 N.
Cub-Badet with FIRST ASSEMBLY of pastureland $7.00, pickup and Ac. each Emery Lane $15.000 ee. or $21.000 both.
6.tlO TFN OF GOD acres or Hampton. Phone 4681779. Walnut. Call/ 964-7347 or
42-ln mower Runs good. 16 and farmland with without delivered Sliver Lake. 83 4 a.. 2 BA, fenced large enclosed shed.
IORSE STOCK TRAILER: N.w Hwy Weldon. Saturday or a or your place.Call ((1st months rent in ad 5332157. TFN 6/17
point In good condition. $950 cosh. Phone 473-4508. June 19, 8 AM III ? house. Phone 964-6127, 964.7226 ask for Den vance.)5/7) tfn STUDIO APARTMENT! $200. covered picnic area.
$1,400. 964-8503 after 4. 1 Itpd6/17 Baby Items, fishing equipment ask for Gary Gamble. 6/10 nl.. 12/10 IfnFAMILY LAKEFRONT RENTAL 2 BR, t Phone 964-7347 or lot on Geneva Creek with beautiful oak trees. $14.000.
PEKINESE PUPPY 7 built home. Little Lk. Santa Fe 2 Ac.$II 0.000.
6/3 TFNI'IGOSYI mo., miscellaneous 2tpd 617EXPERIENCED HAIRDESIGNERS BA on Crosby lake. Partially 5332157. TFN 6/17 Custom
30 ft., 1978 mint female, registered but do household and homemadeitems. BOOKKEEPER: furnished. One yrs. .Bedford Lk.-Owner fI... $77.000.

t ,dition compl.t. rig not have papers. $75. Itchg 6/17 Seeks part-time work. 144 W. Call St. lease. $225 per mo. Weigel BUY NOW I PROFIT LATER
ready to go. Phone Phone 782-3628 after 6 SATURDAY 301 North at Phone 9646902. 6/17 2tpd 964-7303 Realty Inc.. 2825201. 1/28 Leke Butler-One acre, double wide, pool.
782.3973.6/10 2tchg 6/17 p.m. 6/17 2tchg 6/24 Highland. Clothes and 6/24 Open tin AudJl.Yad ( Bessent Rd: 3 IR, 2 BA CH/A.

BALDWIN ORGAN Two OKRA AND SILVER QUEEN small appliances. Phone ROOMMATE WANTED T.W.IF. 9 ill 5:30 KITCHENEFFICIENCYROOMS Frame, 311. pecan trees 239.17 on paced SRD-U. 1.63
excellent CORN Phone 9646528. 782-3959. 1 tchg 6/17 Single mother. needs a for Ac. I $23.500. Good )
keyboards condition Thur. II AM ill 7 PM rent at low High Dry. Buy
I 650. Phone 1tchg6/17 SATURDAY 9 AM til ? Olln's roommate to help pay 1/2 Sat. 1 AM ill 3 PM weekly rot... Call Temple Owner Financing In Lawtey. 3 BR, CH/A. Approx. 1500
TWO ITEMS! Cement patio Trailer Park Sofa and rent and utilities. I have a /
782-3973.6110 2tchg 6/17 Motel 961.7357.218 EOW sq. ft. Stucco on 1 oc. pv'd. driveway, garage.
BLUEBERRIES U-PICKr$ 50 table with two benches, chair $73. Clothes, size 11 stone fireplace and lake AppointmentsNot 0
.7." Ac; on Forsythe Rd. UxW MH metal barn pecan
cheap. Child's chord and Watch for for atmosphere. Phone Always Necessary
up. signs.Itchg Realtor
cents per pound. Phone PALMS APARTMENTS: Furnished \ peach apple trees. Grapevine. $3B.OOO.:
{ 1/7 tinBATHTUBS
organ. Phone 964. 063. 6/17 473.3480 or 4311212. ext.
964-6593.6110 TF chgGREAT Itpd 617COCKATIEI ft SINKS efficiencies and 1 Relax in pool Lots 63 t 63 Cypress St. Crystal Lk. Homesltes. $ ,900..E.c.II.n' .
'. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY: 440. Ask for Kathy or Mike. BR
IDEA for Father's opts., weekly or mon .
','< boy Indoor logging minitrampoline. AND CAGEi $50. 9.1, 250 W. Moreland 6/172tpd6/24 Refinished in your home. thly. NEW FURNISHED while enjoyingyour commercial prop. Many uses. Approx. 1 ac. ..
"": 3i ft. Brandy PARAKETr and cage $25. Street. Clothes, toys, nick. I NEED TO WORK Yard Guaranteed. Free STUDIOS. 2313 N. Temple 4 BR 2V2 BA w/lS. M. on 301. Steel bldg. Extras too numerous to list. i
flacks, and fence, etc. S3.35/hr.. Call estimates. Also bath tubs, Commercial lot with 120 NI. on US301. Good buyl) :
,I.new. S65.TPhone 964.7910.WORLD Phon 9645577. 6/17 2tod maternity wear Ave. Stark. 3/11 tfp 9/02 Home on 4 ac.
tfn '. furniture. Itchy 6/17 Larry .Saucer; 964-7288, sinks, and shower tile Geneva lake Estates- wooded Vt ac. lots, terms. Clean
4t' 9 6/24' ;; CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for .i
'-, BOOK' 'EN. .. .. ... _f ,r .'. '. : after 5pm; '6/17 2tchg t cleaned. Ultra-Gfa2e. Call rent On Hwy. 16 E. Closeto Country Estate.. neighborhood w/rolllng hills. Tennis court. 1If\I'\
.CYCLOPEDIA* New, 1981 GARAGE SALE: Dresses 6/24 98903.. 3/11 tfn prison. Call/ 4681323. COMMERCIAL'RESIDENTIAL .Acreage-Davis. off Hwy. 301. Trailer park
:editions, $200 below current Motorcycle 10.12 all colors, $5, $6, WANTED TO RENT: 2 BR or 1 CHILD CARE Newborn in 4/1 ffnMOBILE .5 Acres near Hampton. Well, elec pole, septic tank

I prices. Phone $10. Shoes, miscellaneous. large room with stove and preschool Lunch, snacks, '' HOMES FOR RENTi ACREAGE 4.7B Acres on 230A and Wilson Rd.
I. 9646774. l Itpd 6/17 1974 550 FOUR HONDA Starting Thursday 635 N. refrigerator. Phone shady fenced play yard. mile from Slarke city .40 Acres Mew River High end rolling.

ENCORI Is moving to 108 E. Motorcycle. Runs good. Church St., 9647709. Itchg 9645803. Itchg 6/17 Phone 964-5610. 6/10 tfn limits. Clean. Hwy. 16 E. 904 / 782.3931 DON'T WAIT TO BUY REAL ESTATE

..Sall St. on Jun. 28. B.for. Asking $600, will 6/17 WANT TO SHARE RIDEi To chg Call 468.1323.I tfn 904/782.3896 HOME BUY REAL ESTATE ft WAIT I
YARD SALE 1126 N. Shands Hospital. Arrive 8
we.do, w. are having the negotiate. Call 473-7156 Thompson CHILD CARE In home. TRAILER ON KINGSLEY
,biggest: sale .v.r all this after 6 p.m. and anytime St., Stark., Friday and a.m., depart 5 p.m. Phone my LAKE: 2 bedrooms, air conditioned P.O. Drawer "M"
pWeok, Everything with weekends 4/8 tfn Saturday. Itpd 6/17 964-7801 after 6 p.m. Itchg Any age SR-225 Lawtey.one rent for the sum-i 301 S. lowtoy
child, $25; two I
orange tags will be half 1971 SUZUKI 100) 2300 FOUR FAMILIES Plants, 6/17 mer. Call/ 5332366. 5/6 tfn I
:prlc.. Itchg 6/17 miles. $595. Call 473-2214. children's clothes, children $35. phone RETAIL SALESPERSON
/". ALUMINUM irrigation 5/20 tfn miscellaneous. Friday and 782Phon.. 7823634. WANTED

:;ape $1 per foot. Call 1971 SUZUKI ZS750 with Faring Saturday 4'/ miles Northof MISCELLANEOUS 6/10 /Ichg 7/1 DONUTSHOP
533-2433. Itpd 6/17 13500, 1 owner garaged Starke on US-301, across IVEY'S EQUIPMENT Sales Experienced: In Merchandising helpful. The

SEVERAL ITEMS WoodburnIng new tires, brakes and from Carradines. Itpd 6/17 and repair. Tractors, used Into FOR LEASE or SALE person we are searching for must be neat,

stove, water bed chest chain, $1800, call Rick Hall, 1002 BUTLER ROAD Saturday SIX PUPSi 1/2 St. Bernard tractor parts, dragline aspect ".000 to start,, building can be enoy| doing hard work and pleasant to
of drawers',.dresser. Phon. 473-3152 after 5. 6/17 June 19. 9 AM til ? no fee. Provide a good work dozer work. Phone May be connected to tendwlch shop. For
9 .7625.1tpd 6/17 31chg 7/1 Men, women and home. Phone Bradford 964-6938, SR 16 E of Starke, call collect 7554575. customers. None others need apply. Interview

UPRIGHT FREEZER: Sears, 31 1977 HARLEY DAVDISON ..children clothes lots of Humane Society. 964.7789 2V4 miles. IIpd 6/17 on Saturday June 19, 10 AM to 12

Cu. Ft. *'frost free, good Sportster-Excellent condi other Items to choose or 964-8288. Itpd 6/17 HOUSE CLEANING DONE Noon only. 110 W. Call St.
'tandrtioW;1 $250. Phon. tion. Phon. 496-5444, from. "Y'all come." Itpd I MOVING Must sell Maytag Phone 9647278. Itchg 6/17

..'78213655 or964 6214. Itchg. Itchg6>17 ,,6/17 washing machine, 1 year NEED EXTRA MONEY Interviews -
-- old 964.6305 ask
"6\0'17 1977 YAMAHA 5001 AM/FM, forSusan. are being taken for andContractors Sh
DOS I II low "- -- TFNMOBILE 1ji Lc *
mileage, :
runs great, Avon Representatives Call ,
$900. Phone' 96 .7191 J't, DO YOU NEED FINANCIAL Ramona Crapie, 7823068. G c'S: l/JP

GOOD PARTTIME, .OP, I :I IIchg 6/17 ,. ASSISTANCE to attend 6/174tchg7/8 .9 "
|( .. lake I ; HOME 1 1.I & ( 1 BUSINESSOPPORTUNITY
-- City Commwnl.
TORTUNITYf, ..Applicant/ -. .. 'V': "'.-::"
-, ty College/ Contact Mar- hOtS: .
are now being taken,for, SERVICE POLES ,
'Mmes!!! Union morning i the Powell 4fi.3"1 tDQ AMP FLORIDA TIMES UNION v
paper route In'' Stark : > after 1 p.m. < Good
I and : .4
.Lawtey., Applicants hi p Starke, to supervise .
I ,:gist be able to post cash Cash .A Available 200 AMP young adult sales LOW PRICES KEY OPERATION) Two 5 & 10e stores: one

I .!bond,. have rellobl.transportation We Buy 1st & 2nd BRADFORDLIMEROCK *25 ,, and Call ,
SALES Calf men 4SU5.Salary Springs. All fixtures and related equipmentgoes
-telephone' Anytime GOOD REFERENCES
CALl Mtgs. Call us for a plus car
Drainfield Rock In both stores. Inventory be
96/-6165. 468-1187 Waldo allowance and may pur
quote. Bldg. sands, & .J chased at considerable discount. Excellent

BEST JOB OPPORTUNITY' 964.5010 Gravel. goodwill in both areas. Only $15,000 plus

J!K, AMERICA. Help 782-3172 inventory. .


.jqnppany! offered you an HWY 21 NORTH
opportunity to earn $200 new. Buy direct. Semi-Truck! Driven 473-4816
,l. \$300 a week on a part- STANLEY I NEED w (Navy Equipment
tune basis and even 1.2 & 3 Bedroom Apts. 48x72x14 $1.99 sq. ft. Opinftn tttrt iiueiTMFiM

gore on a full-time FOR SALE. MONEY? From '130V to '275" Other sizes available 1100-14 KM

basis, would you be interested Have a party. Call S Cell toll free 180034230t
? We are the 964.o932. Karen Use Your Home
1530 W. Madison Classified Ads Classified Ads
fastest growing company Griffith. 1..11I WellCriIIinq!
Equity. We make ..
nationally In our field 'Phone 9646312HELP Get Results Get Results
,- 1st ft 2nd etatiasue TREE SERVICE
and we are opening up Mtgs. ..
"e'P'" I
In If . . .
I joya your area challenge you and.n.I I Shop'& Comparell!! Call us for a quote Whitehead'sLICENSED_. .n____ __ 2" thru 6" "

WeOld like, a management Special Insurance for 964-5010 Service Fast Illolllllsllll. 11
briefing Interview, Wi Pickup. Butcher. Chijl. Cut Wrap"
Mobile Home Parks WANTED Drilling .
iend name, address, LICENSED INSURED Equip.
phone to Wm. Mosley, *All types of home- I Gainesville FREE ESTIMATES State LicensedPumps

f.p: : Box 1305, Starke. owners policies for IKE'S SAW Sun Route Carriers < ((904)) 752. 356 . . . . .
F10:32091. mobile homes. & MOWER SHOP needed for Starke Kingsley Lake' Collect/

..... Call for Quote *t (Behind Freeze Powell's) Diary. and Lake Butler areas. Must have \ Lake City. Florida 4. . . . HARDEE'S MARKET

Olin's Mobile SALES SERVICE reliable car and post cash bond. i New & Used '
VACUUM; Chain Saws I Sales'Parts.ServiceE From tot Pen lo the Pan

x. Homo Safes lawn Mowers We make it Easier for You
SALE I Elaine M. Olin, Agent 1 . . .. . ...

.- ,NEW & USEDWe 964-5606 J 218 E. Washington SL Open Monday Saturday

Finance Our Own UNITED-TIME ONLY . . . . '..Stark. Florida 32091 964-6725

KIRBYS I 8P BllctK VENEEe 1-2 BATH ( New Installation .

ROYALS aA oRT UTILITY (fjo TIN6 Remodeling I Repairs'

SELECTROLUX DurrarttgePUMP Need Aloe VeraA

.FILTER QUEENS RENT : . . . .. .. .

a'' SEARS 3 shop' spaces, 1200 964-6e63$295000.009s46853; & Total Unique Aloe Vera Juice

COMMERCIAL sq, ft. ea. Ideal for SUPPLY Thousands taking for arthritis rheumatism: ,

wns repair all makes contractor, light LON& HAMP' COMPANY ulcers. Indigestion low energy overweight skin

f Al 1 Young's mfg., repair shop orItorae. HOMES, ING e...,.._..,. . ... . . Guaranteed to be the purest

,ehh rent e x... teed, an rhn. 864 N.Temple strongest best tasting
,,u Sine 1957 CALL STAPKE FLA ed.d..n, s Arx. .rnrMepeY Aloe vera Juicein
:MMNGI MOKIM <4 Mk e. a.reasII. A.VC.Startle !
964.6918 Will N m HO. the country.Can .
1.90 .772.7980 IIZ fl4 M.r'w aa1 Vi qu.d
AVAILABLE / a.Nsrr. Ylr nr sq Fl.
3 LENS north if : a ex+e. c.w.e 1t0l.dse. Mn.. . . .,. . be seen at
.___.__'$L.,*. M US 301 I I IF YOU QUALIFY fore a ...sees.Ts..e. WALDO FLEA MARKET
'.. .s_sxa br .ts.r t.r.dqwet tr .N, NC '5O 964-7061 Saturday a Sunday D BuJdlnj



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t Page 14B June 17,1982

I Grant Candidate for District 5 Senate I


Bill Grant, a lifelong resident of dent of the Madison Bank for the past Association and Is currently on the
North Florida, announced recentlyhis eleven years, where he has been actively Board of Directors of the Independent
candidacy for the Florida State involved in rural business of- Bankers of America. Additionally) ,he
Senate seat,representing the counties 1 fairs. currently serves as president of the
of Baker, Bradford,Union Columbia, Long active in business, civic an_<1 Florida" F-H Foundation. '
Hamilton, Jefferson, Madison, church affairs in North Florida, Grant and his wife, the former Martha
.' Suwannee, Taylor, and a portion of Grant has served as president of the Carter of Perry, have two sons,
Leon. Madison and John, 16. and Carter, 13. Past chairman
Grant, president of the Bank of Chamber of Commerce: and is cur- of the Board of Deacons of the .
Madison County, said that his decision rently Chairman -Of the Madison First Baptist Church of Madison,
to seek election is due to the County Development Authority. He Grant is extremely active in Gideon
; "frankly overwhelming" encourage- has held the position of president of International. Richard Weidner, a
ment he has received from people the Independent Bankers of Florida Tallahassee C.P.A., will serve asGrant's
it from all] walks of life to provide"the campaign treasurer. t
: kind of responsive and responsible
voice North Florida needs in the State
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Accompanied by family .','
friends, Grant made his announce- \' .
ment on the steps of the Madison nI1, , County Courthouse. Citing his experience -, I"DEALER"
I; in government,business and
rl f. : civic affairs, Grant declared his intention Invoice
,: to run a "positive, construc- ,
tive campaign on the issues that are

i of those paramount who live in importance North Florida not only;but to to lour; current selling volume enable us to offer the!

all Floridians." As State Senator, 1Ir.

Grant measures pledged designed to initiate to stem and the support rising lowest "Non Gimmick" retail sales offer in the!

; crime rate to improve Florida's
educational system; to protect the interests history of Ford Motor Co..
] of farmers and the agriculture

I I growth industry;while to foster protecting clean economic Florida's | Our only additional charge is 5% state sales taxI

natural resources; and to ensure the ra

,I fiscal responsibility in State government.and responsiveness | (no prep or delivery charge)

{ Grant,39,was born in Lake City.He |
spent his early childhood on his
: parents family farm in Suwannee 4 V Here is the Invoice for a Fairmont Futura '
County and later moved to Perry. He
1 graduated from Taylor High School; 'AIRMONT FUTURA 4-DR SEDAN 54B SUG RETAIL PRICE 6419.00 AMjOUNT 5646.20 .
where he served as student body DARK BROWN METALLIC/
president and was named to the All THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE DAIDE EXTRA CHARGE I
j j. graduation from high school, Grant { BRAKES 'INSIDE HOOD RELEASE
attended Florida State University ? HALOGEN HEADLAMPS
where he majored in marketing andhistory ... 'DUAL REMOTE MIRRORS DUAL ACCENT STRIPES
and served as class president. 1 'DELUXE SEAT BELTS 'DEEP WELL TRUNK
After graduation from F.S.U., Grant ;E 'RONT BUMPER GUARDS 'BRT WDW &BELT MLDG
attended graduate school at the .INSIDE DAY/NIGHT MIRRORRAC\ University of Florida and then em- VALUE OPTION PROGRAM
barked upon a career in banking,first AM/FM STEREO RADIO $85
working in Tallahassee and then mov- TINTED GLASS 88
ing to Madison where he helped .. BUMPER RUB STRIPS 50 .
organize the Bank of Madison County. Hill Grant LIGHT GROUP 49 .
Terming himself a "county banker- INTERVAL WIPERS 48 .
District 5 Senate Candidate
.farmer, Grant has served as presl- .. TOTAL VALUE $320 NC NC .'
213.00 1'19.00
SEl.ECTSlIlFT AUTOMATIC,TRANS. 411.00 ,"'. 1.345.22; ;
'. ': fr1.ffT
P185/75Rx14 WSW 104.00 ;
j CONVENTIONAL SPARE TIRE 51.00. ..{. 43.01
MarineHwy. .
{:'t: CLOCK QUARTZ SWEEPHAND 32.00 .. 26.64
-I. STEERING WHEEL TILT 95.00 ':: ..., ,,79.90
301 North (904)) 964-7662 Starke, FloridaF..turinrj STEEIUNG.POWER 195.00 163.90
j .
SPEED FINGERTIP 155.00 130.10I
I \
Outboards DEFROSTER ELEC. R. WINDOW 124.00 : 104.48 '
: Mercury I.; :
eJi. WHEEL COVERS WIRE 80.00 67.60
PAINT-TU-TONE 105.00 88.10
TOTAL OPTIONS 2298.00' 1930.94. '
Used 19 ft. Larson
Special & D SCHEDULE A (MEMO> 10.04 SCHEDULE B -370.00 : .
HP motor D : .
with 175 Mercury TOTAL FOR VEHICLE 9087.00 370 00
and"trailer -
5600 Ii FILE LEVEL. 209 11.61 '
ree: 5-27-82 P-9694" '

: :'
New 13 ft. Stumpnocker -f TOTAL LONE LI, F INVOICE No neACR I ieeewNC.aK r au
Ee ACCOUNT DIAUA Aooourt a P.aoor
9.8 Mercury Motor

spec..a.Gator Trailer Cs ( 1',958.75 $8,033.75 1'9.61

2088 114..14 45.94 1930:9
Complete I
,LE DISOOTpR$ xNIV. 24F403 0000

Saturday, June 26, 1982 FREE Fish Fry & Coke :!: M FL 2041 8 2AF4 a 0"W


All Fiberglass

and Motor Work //EYEN6E a r
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byGriffis 'j" : 'n4I8lN\101Ce/ T<2.< .,ee, .USED POR.THE!1 UNO a 8M1 DEAL1 11 ccvi


Manager-Frank ShvHIald


I LTDs, Thunderbirds, Broncos, FIDO, F350

Beat The
t -13)1u// SI Trucks, ((2)) Conversion Vans,

#IDtBuIV1IVIER : 10 1983 Rangers to choose from

i.::1 R Why buy a. one year old 1982 S10 Chav.7

% HEAT Escorts 24,000 mile warranty Cashre"a'es Jia.lile'e yowl!
. 4 .
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14 .
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We are now taking orders for.

I' :; With. a I F250 ,((4x2)) ((4x4)) Powered by:. 460_ V-8

I.iQ I DIosol also, w/ 4 speed or automatic trans.

411I[ ?:

. Air I F350 Chassis Cab
.I : Whirlpool I _

M. Conditioner K 6.9 Liter Diesel w4 speed trans.

s 1983 Ranger ((4x4)) Pickup

!; HAYES ELECTRIC: and I ((4x2)) Ranger w/ 2.2 Liter Diesel


964087t'IR CONDITIONING See ClYde, Byron, Warney or Bill Epps today. .

355 N. Temple Ave. Starke '
Terwillegar'! Motors
1: For all your Air: Conditioning and I I

'! Heating needs. Corner Hwy 301 & 100 Starke 9647200f1

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