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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: May 19, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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thin month although demand from thtt ll-pk-Mi* IIIIM! ,,di'opixil! off im .!most / 1} SECTION Ad ", ;: : ;tPtl l''' Cl
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'In the cool' range from S6 to 66. a.aplo.. N.wc. . . .P.p, a OV vF0 i
Weekend forcust' in.continued warm with a chunco of HlMiwers Friday' + \ JN1 w'
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Rainfall average for May IB 3,35 inchiM. So fur, abuui hull thut him fallen. OblhrnrlM, t:1FS '
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are still some to be had. This IH the lima of the season when the flavor is the N.e1. a.i.l., . . ,Fag a. ; 104th year STAItKK. KI.OKIIJA
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+ Why is one administrator recommended length of contract is "one and the
r rtq for a one-year contract and same Brown said.Hall .
)3 others all for 3-year contracts? said he knows, under state law,
The- school board would like to the school board can reject Msuperintendent's
know, but lacking Information on personnel recommendation
t'" .:: t :. ,,, ,.which to base a decision is most reluctant only for good cause or in-
ft comoetence. But what is good
to vote on the question. The question "
was taken off the table, then cause, Hall asked attorney Brown.
returned Monday night, May 10, withno Good cause means' an affirmative
action taken. showing' illegal, illicit actions
'+. The possibility of discriminationwas which is separate from proper was
cited by school board member Brown's opinion.
Rodney Hall as he attempted to elicit Terming the question a difficult one
I>>- Supt. Tom Casey's reasons for recom- for the board, attorney Brown statedit
mending is not within the board's authority to
a one-year contract for
assistant principal Charles Hall. discern between administrators and
that it Is. 'difficult to determine.
Despite'l1 'r-Iong discussion Mon motivation.
.day night, the length of the employ, The board's ruling instructs Supt.
.merit contracts for all administrative Casey to come up with an evaluation
_1, personnel, except those on continuing process for next school year, but that .
II" .. :'contract, 'remains uncertain. The .is no help for the current school year.
Tjchool board approved the appointments Therefore. attorney Brown said. it
rd f.Sf 4t 1 of the personnel April 12, but.tabled becomes Incumbent' on the board to
} t1 the length'of contract Issue make some kind of inquiry. Voicing
'because all contractural personnel surprise that he agreed with attorney
i/ except Hall was, recommended for Gary Moody. Brown suggested that a
: Lit tA4Ii three years. board member ask Supt. Casey the
Since the board has searched for a basis of his recommendation.Okay .
basis on which to make a decision. It said Rodney Hall. "I'll bite

The 2 Top,Students at 'Bradford High... f ''was thought the hearing on Hall's the bullet". and put the question to
I- grievances last week might provide a Homework Is the secret, say Susie Alvarez and Michelle Kbniitto,the only The two coeds agree the best way'to. make*Mt good grades Is to do your basis, but that proved an empty hope.In asked. "Is this an agendaed
two Bradford,High students ,to earn,all-A's, ,for the fifth, six-weeks homework every day Its no secret, they s.yi s board and No, said Rodney Hall. then
grading period. recommended by education : promptly
s expert attorney Graham seconded:Mrs.!Spengler's; motion to
i Carothers .or Tallahassee, administrator bring the contract subject off the
.- Hall succeeded only in' .table. The board voted 4-0 to bring. it ;
,. ., getting some letters and memos in his i off the table. .
,. !.;..:/. personal file sealed. But Hall was Rodney Hall again put the question.
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iFAt"tw+. M( 4sgs ttY.rrt+r r+ ;1 ""fswvi 'lr' ?*;given" )1\\tu"iteicfQin> i tom hilt grttvgMe'oh. be- ""'":"asking Supt.-tCasey; his'reasons for' ;'';' r.
Inlt"1 recommending 0nly.a> one
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# Just two of the 1,033 students'st Bradford High earned Stralght-ips. 'for '" N1 i<..irort ty.toua mare; BHSkuffltentsfrjastis percent r of !the 1,0S-member student Lawtey Elementary to assistant principal tract for Charles Hall. ,
'the 5th S-weeks grading period which ended April 28. bodyvearned all A's and B's during the Sth 64veeks. ,,. at Bradford or his request for Casey went into a lengthy discourse
'x'Just dJ your homework,'."say both senior Susan Alvares and Junior ',The44 are r I 1 {recovery of the$600 salary difference.. about having the evaluation process,
Michelle KimutiJl',.advlslng how they earn good grades. The two straight-A SeniorsCharlotte' AJ Coley,Lori A. Flynn,.Terri. Hamilton, Bruce E. Board Member Patricia Spengler not partly recommendation finished, saying if there was
students comprise Just 2/10th of one percent of \the BBS student body. Simmons. opened the subject Monday night, Charles Hall'scontract
Miss Kimutis is the only BHS students to earn straight-A's every six- Juniors-Tina M. Bowen, Gwendolyn M. Brown, Louis A. Chaff Monique saying she wanted to take the length would have expired and
weeks to date this year,' while maintaining* busy schedule plus running A< track. Michelle the daughter of Mr; and Mrs. Edward Klmutis of Starke, Lane McKinney. lana 'A;' Pollard, Theresa E.: licks: Faith Roberts, he felt the board was in a grey area is. not for the purpose of hiring or
Is enrolled -in' algebra III, advanced. English 11, Spanish physics,. Michelle U Stillwell, Dorothy M. Wilkison, Julee A.iwise. Board Member Rodney Hall asked for firing."I haven't heard said
sociology,and Americanism vs. Communism. Plus, Miss Kimutis la taking I Sophomores- Marte Innocent Robin 1. Lewis, Wendy McDougald, Marcia -- legal advice. It is the board's Rodney Hall."Without 'why' yet.
i a Santa Fe Community College course American National Government, C. Overstreet Clarence W fiPendarvis, Tanja HI Rigby, Catherine R. discretion to approve or disapprove 'reason".' I'm not sure
at night with Judge R.A. (Buzzy) Green as Instructor :Roach;'Percy E. Sullivan Catherine N. Zambito:' '' .the superintendent's recommendation we're not being Hall
,1 Last six-weeks Miss Alvarez pulled down a 'C' in math analysis. It had said School Board Attorney discriminatory.
.( been B's. But the C' made Susie mad. She was determined to make an 'A' dFeshmen''Kelliene Baldwln,. my'L, Clark, Trade\ L. Clark,.Venus Terry Brown. The appointments and added.
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in math analysis one time this term, and she did just that. .;; pouglman,Terri L. Fender,Joseph E. Griff.Erika L. Gruen Edward L. I lengths of contracts are done in- Then a long pause... ".
:'t&The daughter of Billy Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Powell.. :Susie is Hall, James F. Hayes William Holsenbeck: Lynn Holtzendorf, Theresa P. dividually, though only the one vote Is "Mr. Casey still has the floor said
enrolled in addition to math analysis,' in advanced English 12. teacher's'. McCollum, Richard L. O'Steen. Stacey Reddish,,Rita,T. Richardson, taken on all the names. Brown said. Vice-Chairman J.R. I Jim I. Lawson.

aide, computer science, humanities and world history. > -- ;Tracy! Dt Rowan,,.Melissa Williams, Approving of the appointment and I ise Contract Issue..... P.I .:!.\)
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A one-year- ban on the issuance of, The bill would not prohibit Georgia- peat mining 'the state's wetlands post II 30 percent severance tax on month, accepting instead a plan requiring Williams said the bin. as proposed.
permits, for peat mining in Florida, Pacific's a pilot peat mining project and would make recommendations to companies not using at least 90 per- miners to abtain would provide a basic document with
_amps' for non-agricultural pur..! in Cow Bay in I'uuiam County,since a the Speaker, of the House and the cent 'Of the mined peat, for, ,from three state agencies before extracting each county being allowed to write
poses was approved Tuesday,May 17... permit,for, this teat, operation has President of 'the Senate for more agricultural purposes. Georgia peat.Tallahassee, mining regulations to suit its needs.
by the Natural Resources Committee already issued by the Department of restrictive non-agricultural peat Pacific proposed mining the His present thinking is to Incorporate
in the Florida, House of Represen-, Environmental Regulation (DER),: pining. I ." t 5,213-acre Santa Fe Swamp in Brad- attorney Wade'Hopp- the mining ordinance as proposed ,by
tatives. .' ,* and the proposed new legislation The new bill; approved 18-4 in com ford and Alachua Counties for fuel to Ing. a spokesman for Georgia-Pacific the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Association IJ
The bill directs the Department of. would not be retroactive. mittee Tuesday, represents a heavily burn at its Palatka... paper products said the new bill would not affect his as part of !the Bradford County p
Natural Resources (DNR) to deny approval -'t, The proposed bill provides that during amended version of a bill previously rill,. company's -peat' mining operation, bill. Williams said as opposed to the
of any such activities. until, the one year moratorium, DNR introduced by Rep. Frank Williams,. committee rejected the .since its major peat extraction plans
after July. 1. 1984. 'would l conduct a study J of the effects of D-Crystal Lake,..who proposed, to im- severance' tax proposal earlier this would not start for another year. (see Peat Mining..p.3A.\)
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The spring Concert 01 the awara-. possible State Contest
winning 53-member'Bradford, ,High, Galnesvilfe May 2-4. One of three'
School band is set Friday night May ;Judges rated the band superior, the.top

20, beginning\ sti' p.min the ,BHS, rating, and two rated it excellent, -- i tit. ,r4 3v
auditorium. 'for the overall excellent rating.. t tFt
Admission Is 11.50 at the door. ;. Superior, or top, ratings were won !
!The Advanced Band will play contest tby Faith Roberts'-French horn solo,
selections and pop tunes, accor- wand by LeeAnn Flynn and D.J. Rid..
;' )',. ', "'." 1'be Jazz Band will play old jazz Excellent ratings were won by the +
:::;;0, Undards.' and Baa McRae will be BHS Flag Corps, Lee Davis on a piano J
'1 featured In one number ;. {solo: ,:And D.J. Riddick one, a,snare _
'I," ;- The BHS band earned an excellent Mrumsolo.'J'' ,
toMlDAY.MAViq'! rating or a rating of two In competition The band won'straight 'superior.
.. of 1M best at district contest. ,
c''j;"- IHS YAIISI1'Y where a rating one was gratings .

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... > liM PM. BHS Avrards-jPrograiw:: Set:'Tuesday
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:If will be the ofWinners.I' 4.4'r
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scholarship Thia( I 22
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7) SALAD lONCHtOM ',|Santa Fa Community College as well
Neon -t,.l2.MrtX* This year1''all:t'studenta i who/have >''as several other. higher education in- JSr .
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SENIOa oNS au NO' :will ,be recognized l, In addtion. all '"All friend and parents of Brad.ford .
.! At M.thlfst Mid Land,... .....*' 'WIIQ have received awards "f. High School students are Invited
,J.ti UMI A.M.-OoIIch T'..... from their'classes' 'departments. 11I'I\ !I I.to the program J?, say*.;Principal: 1 Jim
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: 4 Rezoimig Applications--1,

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Coming Up;' in .' Starke'. '. (: ',;.;:(iffl:!!/ ;,;;:{I


Four rezoning applications are-up tim, the lot size the same but *lW I ;/r:",';,

for the Slarke Zoning Board and two S changes from permanenthomes\ to]" 4" ,
special exceptions for the Board o( allow a mix: of mobile homes and peri, .,
Adjustment next Thursday) May 26, manent homes. There are many' ''I r '
ill city haD. mobile homes In the area which were, ,I ,, :
The Board of Adjustment meets at T grandfathered In when the!,city: \Z oriy Tr., ,t II.
p.in. The Zoning Board at 7:30: p,m. .'
The four, coning changes. being The city zoning board considered( : I
ought areMichelle: establishing an area In 5W Stark for ,I'"
Corcoran Dawson the mix: of mobile and permanent ",
agriculture to Rl-D, residential ano homes,. but ,too much opposition": \
mobile home mixed 6: acres \ioff developed from residents! and on the,,.,,<".vj
US-301 about ./t. mile south of ,board.. and Zoning Director t.M.. ,If '
1 4vr Alligator Creek. Gaines dropped his,attempt to,have .,;, ..
The other three different parcelsof an entire area rezoned. .;
land in In Westpine Subdivision at The Board of Adjustment will meet.. .
Euclid Epperson, Alton Road in SW at 7 p,m. to consider a special excep- ',,:'
Starke. All are !in residential RI-C lion at 542 West Madison Street where '"
now but want to be changed to Rl-D, Jack Self of Cal ,Main Foods Inc./ :,, i\,,\, ,
to allow either mobile homes or,con owner of the property,;wants an ex .'" ,
ventional ception to allow auto repair service in: ". 'r',
Herbert E. Norman and Austin Bell a former service station. The change'Is "r
both want to replace their present a special exception: number two in
: mobile homes with new mobile B-2 the present commercial
:u ut homes, which Is prevented under ,classification. ,, v
RI-C c as ificaUon. A second matter for the Board oi J
City Commissioner Jimmy Adjustment is a request;'by Robert .1
Jr. has two adjoining Crosby Bryan who is asking a special exception .
nothing on them rezoned from Rl-C for a home occupation in Lot 3 of >
to Rl-D. KOA Campground for a printing ;'. ,
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Charles Hall would be glad to teD why's .
who chaired the meeting because he should be given a three year cona
( "", s a'tr.wr. Chairman Rodney Hall was late due tract. Chairman Lawson declined: the,
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think I'm through" said Casey, Discriminating? There, 'was no
Brooker Elementary Stnartfes..: softly. answer Hall said, so he was "not
These Brooker Elementary students made straight A'* On their report cards In the mlddleCfrom left to right Chris !Snow: :Eric Mason Stephen McLeod.for Attorney Moody', representing ready to do anything different at this
for the fourth six weeks: From len to right on the back row: Josh Crawford ....Scott and Larry Fairish.On the front row(from 1 to r): Matt Stafford. Charles Hall said the board was time." Hall moved to place the mat-
James Smith.Christina Bath, Ginger Adams.Patricia Bath and Kevin Snow. Amy Crews Mandy Ganrard. Shondee Lewis and Jason Corblne. allowing the superintendent to "sit in ter back on the table and the board
his tower and snipe at the administra supported him, 4-0.



. Brooker Newsby a I' Dr. Leonard Schlofman :--. ) ,


C.E."8ue"Davis, During the business meeting the tree, was approximately 80' tall and. 'tree and plan to have It, cut Into is pleased to announce : .
phone 483-1344 ladies discussed the upcoming music 36" in diameter that grew near Bragg lumber to be used for future projects ,
recitals to be held by three of itsmembers. Branch on the J.C. "Jakee" Keene ,within their home. As a final tribute the 'association of of(
SCHOOL NEWS.... Mrs. Ramsey held her property out Highway 18 east of we salute you.,Old Hickory supplier ;
"Sea World(near Orlando) Is an exciting recital In Gainesville at the Ham town. This tree was a landmark for of food shelter from the sun, protector : : ,'
Kevin McAuliffe : :
and interesting place to visit" mond Organ Co., west of Main St. on area folk for generations. for the animals and food for man M.D. .;
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said Brooker Elem. sixth graders 2nd Ave., near the Gainesville Shopping -,, Ala child growing up in the area It >and beast. As all good things must .1 .J. "' .
Tommy Drawdy and Christie Nipper Plaza. gave, me great pleasure to stop by pass and you have served the land and Ophthalmologist ;
Nell Mann's recital will be held at that ,tree on home from well
after a recent trip there by bus. my way people farewell.
When teacher Laura Ezzell learned Dedan Baptist Church May 22, and school and gather nuts to take home. BAA. Tourney Set..... in his practice of optometry,' :;:
that only three students of the 5th and Anita Countryman's recital will be crack with a hammer and pick out the ,
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6th grades had been to Sea World,she held at New River Baptist Church sweet meat with a nail (no new The Brooker Athletic Association specializing in "
along with several parents made May 29. Also the ladies turned in fangled gadgets in those days). The men's slow pitch tournament gets '
plans to take the 22 students on sin all- recipes to complete a music club nut meat was to be used in cakes underway Friday, May 20, and concludes cataract surgery glacoma .
day outing Saturday. April 27.:' cookbook that will be available for pies candy or just to be eaten. I Saturday at approximately 8 ,,
In an interview with Drawdy and sale In December of this year. remember my mother the late Ger- p.m. ,All proceeds from the tournament 'intraocular lens and .
Nipper when asked what did they en- After the meeting buffet luncheon trude Crosby Waters remarked will go to the BAA. \
joy the most on the trip. Tommy was served to the members by their about the times her father would tell, Registration Ends Friday., '
answered the Boat Show hostess, Mrs. Brown. 'of gathering nuts from the same! tree laser therapy.
!"Hatfleld and for home use before 1892. Also the M' ,Kindergarten registration begand"T 'u ,1,1'f..,' .,"'
funny but In McCDYS"bwa. said "ABOUND!TOWJI., ngave:;'i mhnyr7414wfbI anyone-. hung last Monday"'Mar K,.-andwill con- y ivms, .,""'Q '" ite4.Dhl! l gg ,:. \, a' L.... uo ,'' ,
:"Boy.: I sure would like to ride one of Mr.: : and Mrs Tony Staln.akwer "u lIqulrreJ in the fall could g,It"+'airlddh! Friday'MayA20.Parents fi, ....5.4,)11\s 'dot ujlJVlII1c.J, ) "' /. ) v l+Icnc JJ.w JJ i..: \;,"""'" sue
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thos3whaIes.M Christie,said she en- / a/surprise birthday-dinne* MtXMhh '.. ..a 'H! l CerilllJ VII ..=;;, )J...,-t&aJlq' aeglnawgi'.ei 9644: o6'.u)d AiJJ'r r4eIQ7Ypri.l0.lil lave..........._
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joyed the whales and but learning his mother Mrs. Cora Lee Stalnaker.recently. i Then one year hit t : "} +.
about plant life and eatable Those attending a steak and for three years everyone .,students immunization and proof of a Pantry Pride Shopping Center! ',. / '
items from the sea was exciting, too cookout for the honoree were Mr. and thought if was"curtain time": for this medical examination. Orientation .for '''
and "I would like to learn more aboutIt Mrs. Sam Crutchfield, C.J. Stalnaker stately old hickory then behold one parents and the new students is
someday" Christie added. (husband of the birthday girl!), and limb appeared the third year with scheduled for Thursday May 26, at
,When asked if they plan to return Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stalnaker and greenery; the following year it was the school.Invitations will be sent to
for another tour both said yes they children of Lake Butler. covered with green foliage and produced registered kindergarten students.
hope to return soon. Mrs. Johnnie Green was surprised nuts again not very large, but -- -
at the last Senior Citizens luncheon, never the less,. fruit. Unknown by
BOY SCOUTS... when presented with a gift of lingerie, anyone, a fungus had started) inside it The Bugs Out: ofOutdoor Best for Indoor .
Brooker Boy Scout Troop 516 under by the members for outstanding service the base of the tree,slowly destroyingthe Keep .
the leadership of Scoutmaster Archie within the club for several years. wood leaving a shell and when Rea ':"; .,
Smith are very proud of their displayat Mr.and Mrs. F.L. Douglas of Atlanta high winds began twisting the top it Your Pleasure' c':
the recent Scout's show at Stepping and Mrs. Mae Hill of Charleston proved to be more than Old Hickory .
Stone Park In Gainesville. The young S.C., have returned home after could stand so down it tumbled locking ,.
men not only received a red ribbon for several days: visiting the PeteDoul1aslamdy Keene's pickup truck between two '
attending but won a second place rib- In Brooker. branches. After removing the debris :F. WtJ\q.N; '
bon for their display of kitchen utensils Farewell to a LandmarkOld ,workers found only minor damages. to : KBUAS; :
made from throw-away cans during the truck. ,
a metal working project. Hickory a legendary landmark A surprising discovery inside the '
bit the dust between the hoursof tree about six inches from the outside For People Who Really Want To :ti 'loz* "
CLUB.
RIVERLAND MUSIC 8 and 9 a.m. Saturday morning bark of imbedded
was a row staples ; makes,
Rlverland Music Club met at the April 30, as tornado-like winds struck within the wood a sign that In by-gone Enjoy Their Backyards 2t
home of Mrs. Blanche Brown in Wor- and twisted the tops out of trees in the days an owner of the property had used _t ictl' Yom;tmrnHtm shell)pat torn mnwttn sue oMiorAltai i 3 Ono Gaton,,:! ;.!) Ii:
thington Springs last Thursday morn- Brooker area. I the tree for a The __II.Ekctrs**ffrU knacks OWN out, of Spray y,
ing. Old Hickory a mammoth hickory Keene's have saved! several of the 't .:..". ,' ,, ;:

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I School B Board ::Still Noi +Satisfied: 'WitBiHE-, Addition, ', : ., ,;. I'W"


Citing a lack of response to repair a for a vote Principal Connie Clark i. municattan with the ctint.actor1 Dompe reported there-rooflng? pro-.J.'; dWermih' : fl ted or Not?
leak in the roof ,and complete five brought up the leak in the kitchen of .,.|,opened is: ; ;' \f :, ,, ,1\ completion, ? .
heating and electrical ''Unfinished the new $$207,720 HE additions < "Ab 1) The number 0I1.te days to'' tie:', .ulation its now being thatthe I I. '( fw '
items, the Bradford School Board solutely right' said Architect charged to the contractor: attic of the middle school after school 'Can I ask just one question so 1 can catch up...?" asked Chairman
refused to approve a $16,227 pay request Jackson. Yes there is, m' leak and it Z)< The amount the board will pay hours to minimize disruption and Rodney Hall, arriving 20 minutes late at a Monday May 16, school board I
from 1 the contractor, Abney was an oversight that he had pot men' the contractor hauling additional fill. substantial completion i should bereached meeting. .. '
Construction Ca'of Orange Park. In Uoned it In his report. In addition the architectural in the next thrqe weeks.
addition, the school board Is you buy .a building trouble I it of Salley Jackson and Reegar has inK( In other personnel action, the board tabled in a 4-0 vote requests for
withholding $8,000 for Abncy's late leaks before you start, you're in dlc ted it will bill the school board for leave by BHS trainer! Brady Greathouse and former Hampton Elem. Instructor ,
completion of the project. ," groused Supt. Tom Casey $3.000 additional architectural, J ,' Approved payment of $3,285 to (Rite Carole Stevenson, both of whom requested. personal leave for
Abney Construction has also asked hlm elf a builder. Casey noted the film! for work after the completion. -date. k i architectural firm of Dompe Palutzl, 1063-84. t
for arbitration of the case under the addition has one of the most expensive That also could come out of uW Vyverberg Taylor for work on the 1
Construction Industry Arbitration metal roofs that can be bought. monies being held in reserve for,final asbestos removal project. \ The problem arose when only board members Becker vice-chairman
Rules. Attorney Terry Brown said "You can pay nothln ;. ''Wlire not completion of the Job. :-,:Mi- Lawson who chaired the meeting and Mrs. Fpengler were present. Mrs. :
he'd received'fhe-formal: complaintFriday. anxious," said Architect Salley. '> Attorney Brown said Received bids oil the asbestos 5S1ie'refused to second Mrs. Becker's motion to approve the minutes
'' At that point Board. Member J.RlJim It looks as.if the u removal project, for work to be done Chairman Lawson passed on to the next topic.
Architect Dave Jackson project architect ( ).Lawson served notice he would finished. HE building Monday1bla. when school Is out this summer.
for the firm of Salley Jackson not vote Monday night to pay Abney. .? toward arbitration. '( Three bids were received all under Hall found it difficult to believe the three board members present had
and Reegar of Gainesville, first Construction anything. .1 : I.\. the$100.000 limit for the base job, and refused to approve the minutes of the last four meetings.
recommended that the pay request be ''1 recommend the pay request not .' In other construction action thev' were turned over to architect Dompe
approved. except for funds withheld, be approved" Brown school board: for evaluation and a recommendation
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Member I question might deadpanned school board member
some $1.200 additional1 to repair the when. Board Patricia".. '+q back to the board. Supt. Casey Patricia .
electrical items. Jackson reported Spongier.sked his opinion.The board Paid $49,228 to asstruction pointed out the board needs to look at It was the Spengler.first time In
anyone's board refused to
that school
has 'voted 4-0 not to the Co. f alternatives in the for additional memory a
Abney completed a construction: approve pay re-/: I; for the bids the minutes. .
punch list of some 20 Items. quest. Jects at the middle school and *, work which must come from local approve An .
exasperated Spengler
j,But when the pay-request came up Still:to.be determined once.'co -' of the high School. Architect 'Al*i a' 'funds. '1"I thought were approvedMrs. by the school questioned board Were whYI\not terminations Included in she the

: minutes of a previous meeting. The names were included in information ..
:" sheets to the board not for board action Supt. Tom Casey explained.in .
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Tornado Talk other words, Mrs. Spengler and board member Judy. Becker pressed -
.'" these people have not resigned?
by Kelll Caner ,cert this Friday, May 20, In the B.H.S St. Augustine and dinner. ,I.,' .'t J. These pictures will go in the 1983-84 That's correct the superintendent replied. There are forms for personal -
.i."' auditorium beginning at 7:30: p.m.. New members have been selected f annual and will be taken June 8 and 9. leave and forms for resignations. Some people intend to resign and
There will be performances by the from the students who are about tor The photographer will supply the then change their minds, Casey said
Spring Sports Banquet.. concert band and the Jazz band. If you complete their. second year.of,, drapes and tuxedo coat for the plc-
.' The Spring Sports Banquet is set foi 'haven't heard them play. before, now. The criteria for the Honor-' > tures. This Is the only Ume these pictures Saying she was "unhappy" with the explanation Mrs. Spengler added
this Monday. May 23. at the Starke I' .Is your chancel 1 Society includes completing two? will be taken. To and it was unclear and misleading what the board was voting on. A list Mrs.
Golf and Country,Club. Participants wears of Spanish and maintaining a reserve a time,contact Mrs. Barn,Annual Spengler exhibited was from the Bradford Education Association but
M the ba ebaUW'Softball,. track and I Spanish)i Initiation.: B" average ,i staff advisor. other board members agreed they also thought the board had voted on the
tennis be honored.Band The Spanish Honor Society's new After the big Prom last weekend the terminations Board member J.R. (Jim) Lawson said he thought the
v members will be Initiated Friday, Senior Pictures..... general concensus of the student at board had voted on the terminations although he had never seen the list
Concert...... May 20.Their. Appointments are now being made school Monday was not to have anymore exhibited bv Mrs. Spengler. ,,
'The. B.H.S. band will present con initiation will Include a day in for senior pictures for the class of '84. school days left in this year.

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J 'f.: On SaleThursday
Peat Ban
Mining : .... JJr

Pont Company Gaines said. EAGLE Friday and
(from Page 1A) .RIchard Hayman of Gainesville'attorney ; r Saturdaybards
for the Lake Dwellers said w
ordinance proposed by Georgia- the proposed ordinance, as submittedby
Pacific Corporation owners of the a committee appointed by the Save up1t
Santa Fe Swamp which they proposedto Bradford County Commission, 'was
mine for peat. 'U the Bradford, ..'slantedtoward peat miners' in- 1
County ,Commission should .later terests". /0
adopt an ordinance' based .on the 'Haymanr also disagreed with the 00
Georgia-Pacific proposal, the state proposed local law because he said it I

law would take precedence, Williams' would.allow land to be "reclaimed"after I Is I
said. mining, "which Is less deman-:
The rewritten Williams bill will provide -- ding than restoring. it to its original
that anyone proposing mine state."' _
minerals must apply for permits as "u'Joc J government can't protect,
outlined by Chapter 403 of Florida these resources it seems obvious that
mining regulations, with two 'add-', the state should come and take some speed sT
tional requirements: action" Hayman said. "You don't get
1. ,There shall be no significant people you re trying'to regulate to
deterioration 'of adjacent. water: write ,the ordinance," .the Lake y 13
bodies. Dwellers attorney added. ::4
2. There shall be no mining in openbodies Georgia-Pacific the world's largest ;'1
of water that flow off from theThree wood products company purchasedthe ,:)
S,213-acre in 1981 for a
swamp
further ... tt tlp.tc:) 3.00; I .
assurances will be required reported 2.02 million, planning to '
from mining\ companies:- t mmei.nd burn its peat deposits as .i
1. The mining process will 'not Palatka paper products /
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damage any endangered or threaten2 mill. The has since refusedroposateifcyi ISS syj" .y ..
company .
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swill notadvorselyafFectfish"or ,"''.OCIU.ATINCIAN.
,' Water Management District for state II."" ""
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_...._' wiM life of environmental economic.::'.(r.... +r.hqul "t"heP" u OW VW rNw' f; rr / "S! "=;:'1! t m, ffiam aei rUliil ealrq a -at ,I4ji tn g1JHfr //t +MuMr1w inM p pO pas
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or Acretional value.f r angerea wuuand. > ...,_ room. bvM Tmbtoiiijtc 4''
3.-A reclamation plan'shall be carried Roger Chilson of the Lake Dwellers /
out through the Department of .and hundreds of other Santa Fe Lake '
Natural :Resources to replace the area residents believe strict mining G
original wetlands. safeguards are needed to protect the''
>Other stipulations in the bill provide swamp which acts as a filter: for the
that: Santa Fe River,the main tributary of ,i
After completion of mining activity the already-protected Suwannee ....
; all wetland vegetative com River-The spongy peat filters out Impurities -
munities shall be restored or replaced In the water and also serves V l li
in such manner that existed on the 10 regulate-water movement in the'' 1
site. prior to mining Any exotic .river and Santa Fe Lake during the. awswow.sear !:
vegetative 'species shan not be :wet and dry periods. i t 9 i =3 i
restored but shall. be replaced with .
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native species. ,
!.The hydroiogtcal: fejJime.ahaJl be 88 1 ('
restored in such manner that the 6 a I''
quantity quality, and hydroperiodsof aht u.s.ausat WERE 74 rj
the water flow after mining will be News WMTEMI
approximately the same as before the Poryoatar/ootton a---1j
'commencement of mining activity. 'save 22% I r front poekM. tram/back yokaa. ,
8LAOHS
tunona. xl.
paariuad nap
When the natural'system wasto '
disrupted bY activities occuring prior 774: 088
muring activity, the natural un- .. eaa WAS 1.10 to WAS 12.1111111 DISCOUNT PRICE Ii
dUturbea hydrologic regime shall be 1'288 (
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the restoration goal. .'lumlnumIMnw Tank top with matching nitro 'I I l
H duly daHraanl on BHana Pour roll with Sao lo-pl Tubular polished
Williams said that GeorgiaPacificWas f ... u.It vy...b......... Quarl as", Mask sock So soft aa gro- Win" I%"wed vinyl shape In polyMI.r/oatlan Mrry. Coal MN'S LW S JEANS
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hard against (the bill led t aroak+tpst Mile. Iswkw. pncd da also WGk.4*N.A tend durable Fells. .no eomfortaw* far Mfflnw. 5.M. L. SvMgm1ap.. buII..1Iy "ont. ar
lobbying 1 pookda 100%oolteu, solid color
by a five or six from Its Atlanta u i .
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pre-shrunk
office with Tallahassee attorney } ',/ _" ';" #
Wade Hopping as .their spokesman.He .. ; ',"
;:said that several, environmental
groups, including tbe iClub ..ndUIeAudubon :.Mr..*r Mrs. David Hodges
Society appeared on
behalf of .the mining-control legislation j

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QUESTION
fining Ordinance Lags...* ; !
"How 'can .a computergfvene i
.:In the meanwhile; the next step personal aarv/cev: yr
ordinance,', was '
toward a county
{ Insurance
have
awaiting comments from several when w. an "
sources where copies of the proposed :'clalmANSWER?"- V

ordinance,w....,sent for review and cial H H Great Pricef
1.PQ. Boys-Sp
comment. The only response had : iIaDDrJJ Supe lVat'' .. ... "lav! uPJ .

been from the Suwannee River Water "No. mailer"what';other' 1'-8 Your 'Your97 '
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Management District: Zoning Director ., 1988' 147 197
,L.M Gaines said' Replies were servlceV gel'omputerizednowidays.yqu ASJ 10.et1; f ila t ; Choice t &* Rflr.Choice ", DISCOUNT PRICE PRICE PRICEbkbar
from the North Florida can pick up TO
still expected
,Regional Planning Council. the Santa VOur,,.telephoned; Call) usr ""dO' GAJIDIIN NoS.' 8-TRACK OR ttAtlw'. POOL ON.Ail MATTrtesa HAMOY PICNICialDS ,BOVB1 POLO aHMTa .. Bova'. JOG HOMTAlhMlM
Lake Dwellers Assn., and,the Du real} live aM *..4 rna* MkW S raak puyar with.. tu prod MlalabM wring pool_with boacll W. tabs lop= 0.1. loam malt Polyaalor/oollon nacka.knits ofcl.M andLarvkMUnebrManjpllnaar -. ..,Marta.... dews wild the Mantle WW
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Florida Senators Help Push ImportantLg'slation .

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; .''m"ZOtttG" 'Florida's two U.S. Senator are cosponsors eonducf. as a result of mental disease or Alzheimer's Disease

\ of important legislation that will defect,he lacks substantial capacity eitherto has also been'focused) (
Senate attention
have far-reaching effects in $wo areas of appreciate the wrongfulness of his conduct .*
to Americans. onto conform his conduct: to the reQUIrements Alzheimer's. Disease ;.IJaglc
deep concern deterioration of the Kumar mind an*body
of law.Senator
In the wake of widespread controversy which was formerly dismissed as the inevitable .
4 41 __ over the John Hinckley "not guilty by senility brought on by sge.
reason"insanity"verdict;Senator Chiles Although the effects of Alzheimer: have
and a number of his senate colleagueshave y+Nti been experienced through:that!ages, the
introduced: a bill defining the Insanity 1 disease, until recently: was dismissed as
defense so that only those Individuals who inevitable with the aging process; Recently
have no comprehension of what they are it has been the subject of TV,documentaries
doing,or have no understanding of the consequences that showed devastlng effects the
of their.acts will be able to use disease can hav on the individual. ,as well
this defense successfully.Their as the entire family. .' '

bill also addresses the burden of It has been brought out 'that' this so-
proof issuer providing that the defense called senility Is an actual disease tbat is
lawyers must have the burden of proving the fourth major killer of the elderly}tanking
their client's Insanity by clear and convincing only behind heart disease, cancer,and
I evidence In order to win a not-guilty stroke. It affects from four to six percent
: verdict. of those over age 15 In America, an
estimated one to two million of our elderly.
I Finally the bill provides for the federal
government to assume its responsiblity for Sen. Paula Hawkins Florida
.
'j I. 4 rI commitment of mentally ill persons In Republican has joined'leveral fellow
+ r need of treatment. Today the federal ar x senators In sponsoring two- peices: of
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I .7tfIDLFpCi rh'rasrw rs a aJ... f l t government relies on'the benevolence of legislation designed to address the problems
i : ,. The Florida TimesUnionetriTcmiALs the states to commit insane and dangerous of Alzheimer's. The first: is resolution
1 MUTUAL PROBLEMS people who have been convicted of designating November 1983 a*f National
i criminal acts.The Senate bill,,'however, Alzheimer's Disease Month,in orderto
gives authority to the U.S. attorney increase: the understanding 'of the
general for obtaining commitment, spells disease among patients, their' families
out procedures for competency hearings, and the entire health care community,
and sets requirements for medical certification -
and a court finding that release The second piece of legislation would
,} will not create substantial risk another Chiles Seeks more than double the amount of federal
person or property before it can be dollars now being spent on basic research
""' CI. granted.Up Changes in Insanity into the cause and, treatment' ofAlzheimer'
Ii ... : Plea Defense"We Disease
if! UU now.Congress has never enacted .
.4' legislation defining the test to be used for 'As America's elderly population
!' Good Zoning : insanity in federal criminal cases.Nor has have a duty to protect innocent and grows, it becomes: imperative to devoteadequate
; Principles of Congress ever spelled out procedures to be law-abiding citizens," Senator Chiles said. research to finding a cure for
applied once the defense is raised. As a '"We must also deal properly and effectively this devastating disease, and that we promote
/ result, the test ultimately adopted by the with those who commit criminal acts a better understanding of the enormous
III Need to Be Upheld federal courts and used in the Hinckleycase : where the question of mental capacity is toll Alzehelmer's exacts M the elderly
provides! that person is responsible raised This is a problem" that cries out for and on our society as a whole," Sen.
: for criminal conduct if at the time of such, ,legislative reform. Hawkins declares.: .., r
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wisdom come from the mouths of babes, This suggested location was approx- County Agent's Notebook Bradfordy e y acct I

'- and sometimes they also come from the imately a six-block area bounded by Edwards

pens of writers of letters to the editor; Road on the south, Epperson .
Street on the east, Butler Road on the '
Such was the case of a letter from a north, and presumably the city limits This Is the time of year when I get Malathion or Diazinon plus Sevin. Applythe growth.

private citizen in the May 16 issue of the line on the west although the western' numerous and calls pests from on their gardeners vegetables.about problems One'' insecticide. after a rain or overhead irrigation Time to water is also important:During

Florida Times Union, headlined "Prin- boundary was not mentioned., ? of the most common problems is wilt on dry periods it may be necessary to water
ciples of Good Zoning Ignored." The. letter tomatoes. Unfortunately, this problem can Other questions Include garden irrigation. during the heat of the day: Water will cool
continued: At a later meeting, this proposal was not be corrected after it has attacked the In irrigating the garden it is advisable the grass and prevent damage. However
the subject of a lengthy "pow-wow,"'as tomato plant, and I hate to tell the to thoroughly wet the soil once a when daytime waterings not possible
"The tenets of good zoning,have been week' unless sufficient rain falls rather water whenever convenient. Late'aller-
one member called it, where the consen- gardener that there is nothing he can. do '
written but never truly, or even substan- for affected plants. than to apply several light sprinklings.: A noon or early morning' w.terlng'whleb
sus seemed to be that this six block area
growing garden will require one inch of keeps the plants wet for many hours longer
tially put to practical use by those given was too large, and the amended consen- The to prevent wilt (fuasium water per week and when the plants are than normal can be detrimental.Extended
the responsibility for controlling within sus (although no vote'' was taken at and bacteria is to grow resistant large as much as two inches may be required wet periods encourage plant disease. So
the limits of human 'rationale, the either meeting on the proposal) seemedto varieties and/or fumigate the soil before Place shallow cans in your garden water early enough in the afternoon so that

building growth in the city of Jackson- be that the area should be trimmed to transplanting.develop the disease.Even then some plants may to determine how much water is being r the plants will dry out several hours before
plied. nightfall or late enough In the morning so
ville. The letter went on to point out .
include the between
only strip "Peggy"railroa4
that book Other common problems are insects, Water should never be applied at a rate that the plants have had time to dry before.
good
a on guidelines
zoning ,' ; and Edwards load, ngrtld ,,and diseases like early and late Nights faster: than it can be.b QJ'be.bf thejunL,. being irrigated. .
written for use by the various govern south 'andjUhel same:boundartesf' ; '/leaf spots and mildews. Leaf spots and If "t. > ,
iasa'previotlsly !Ii' tike-sprinkler applies too much water, itglfjni I also get calls on herbicides1 th*
mental groups that control.the.physicaJ.. ; discussed I.he..ea., .. tiaatM md blights W be controlled with a regular. rn1t ;, !! .tiLbei.na:wasted. '" u ... -aa uaUU allon.The .: .
development of the city 'is available at west. spray or" dusting program using Zlneb Avoid extremes in water. Light frequent -- primary purpose orcuUTvauon is to
(the Jacksonville library, if anyone /Maneb, Captan or IlenJate.I waterings are Inefficient and produce control weeds. Weeds are easy to control
cared to study it. In the letter writer's It is true that his area contains some 1 Insects luch as hornworms frui tworms, shallow root systems. Excessive irrigation when they are small Shallow cultivationand

opinion, city councilmen and zoning mobile homes, which were "grand- 'aphids, sunkbugStf;; loopers and cutworms which keeps the root lone hoeing is advised ia order to reduce
board members should be fathered in" when the new zoning 'can be controlled with a general purpose saturated with water is also harmful to the damage to the crop root system, No one
more con
regulations were adopted. But the ma- insecticide.applied at 7-day intervals The plants. Roots need air to function and too chemical: Weed killer herbicide) can be
cerned with the serious issues of threatsto spray or" dust "should contain either much water kills or greatly decreases root suggested for a growing garden.
human health, safety, and welfare, jority of homes within these boundariesare

and less with the "right" of individual conventional type construction.
propery owners to use their land accor- Many occupants of these conventional Open Letter To Those Who'Steal I

ding to their own investment plans with homes strongly oppose having their !FORESTRY Cemetery FlowersThis

regard to the value of other people's property neighborhood opened up to an Unlimited
increase of mobile homes. letter Is for the "sick people" who gift Hopefully, when they are stolen, von
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H IIN BRADFORD COUNTY steal from the graves, of loved ones who do put them to some good Use. I'd hate to

"Those who decide on zoning issues To complicate the matter further, ac- David Norton have passed on. This continued desire for think that my hard-earned money Just
By
have the moral to the cording to legal advertisements published ; '" Bradford grave flowers shows that you must be a gave someone the pleasure of destruction.The .
obligation
protect County Forester want need bouquet
coward, or perhaps asking for" attention. next time you or a
rights of citizens, even if it means deny-- in. The Telegraph's' issue of May 12 We placed these flowers there because of ,let me know: and I will make every effort

ing property owners their legal right, if two owners of -'grandfatheredin'r.mobile A sixty-seven percent increase: In priceof our enduring love and respect of family. or to. help, you obtain- one, legally. Thank
that right can no longer be exercised homes in the area are applying southern pine timber and pulpwood was friend. >ou- Sylvia Underhill

without society being thereby for "spot zoning" of their propertiesfrom compiled during the past decade. From Can you imagine receiving an arrange RX 2.Box ITS
menaced" the writer concluded. And RlC to RID in order to move out 1970 through 1980 sates from pine productson : ment of flowers made from a graveyard Starke.Fl 32091
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National'forestlands Osceola: and ,
the principle he espouses has, in fact their present mobile homes and replace Ocala) in northern Florida demonstrated

been upheld by the Supreme Court. them with newer mobile homes. In the, this increase. I I .
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same issue, a city councilmen advertised Northeast, Florida has the distinct

for spot-zoning of property owned, reputation of receiving the highest prices
All of which leads up to a matter now but not occupied by him from RlC to paid for pine timber throughout the state.

pending before the City Zoning Board in RID to allow mobile.homes., Bradford County is a focal location in northeast -
regard to reclassifying an area in Florid for these high prices. +

southwest Starke from RIG zoning,' Rather than change the zoning to RIDor One of the main factors: 'which: determines rJ I
allowing only conventional homes to the paid for pine is '
price products r
forbidden
allow the generally vcr + ]
RID, allowing a mix of conventional and prac- the distance to a miU or woodyard.Within INMATE FLOWER'snoW.OPENS a
mobile homes. tice of "spot zoning" in defiance of good sixty miles of this county there are approxImately '
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zoning practice, it might be preferable thirty forest products industries, MAYA 19
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to amend the city's zoning ordinances to woodbuyers,brokers, woodyards or mills.
This area was assigned RlC zoning bya allow the owners of "grandfathered-ijj&i ; If you either have had or are consideringa

citizen committee that labored at mobile homes to move the old one out timber sate on your property, these are u beautiful* rock waterbuilding. complex with central ,.
repeated meetings over a'period of a and a new one in when needed..Althoughthis some points worth remembering. These' fall and miniature lake; heat and air; affords -
year or more to produce a comprehensive items are also worth remembering after complete with antique seasonal comfort for I,
plan for Starke's orderly' development would not be entirely in accordancewith the timber sale.when regeneration must bridge will add interest to vlsiui-i as well I as.. the
good zoning it would'at be considered.- the Raiford Inmate Flower
practice plants they will be viewing., 1',
Areas were assigned for conven- least hold the number of mobiles homes, Regenerating ''your property through Show ,opening Thursday Landscape plants will be i

tional homes and areas were assignedfor in the area at the status quo and, in one planted pines is good investment for land- May III, through Saturday, featured during the three-, ,
mobile homes, and if there were a sense, would actually be upgrading the owners. If you are not convinced by the' May 21, in a new setting at day show with at least S3 {
lack of areas providing for a mix >of property. previous illustrations, a investment Union Correctional. .jnspecimen' Florida fancy
mobile and conventional homes it was analysis eas.be prepared four your property ,t, i atitute. grade varieties of,' the
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probably due to the general feeling that, specifically This analysis based on coats, This year's' show will be following; _. begonias,'
can give an idea of the rate of returnon V held at the new'Training brometaid" '
while both are necessary, the two types Good planning and zoning practicesdo you phUodendrflnavdiffeobachias
located
invested Building : west of the i
of structures are basically incompatibleand not permit rezoning for speculatorsor your money.If UCI compound at ,the siteof odd; and
you have. any.f ue liana'concerning I unu.ual',1.lItl.,, ,exotic.staghorh'terns
should not for more reasons than anyone else for personal gain at the the pistol .

one be mixed. One particularly good expense of those already living.in the either analysis an investment,or any forestry other aspect,an of investment your .; range. Massive \ ,
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reason is the obvious fact that mobile area. property 1 would be glad to bear from you fJ' oaks and towere t coieiu;.glonocies -

homes are more fire-prone than conventional = You can call nv through the Courthouse, j Ing pine trees will' ,orchids,' I
and therefore greater These matters will"presumably come extension H 6.Let's get!those pines planted, u form the background euphorbias' >
homes
before the City Zoning Board at its to insure your,Investment. for hun plants In driftwood ,r '
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hazard in close-knit neighborhoods. dreds of exotica NxWing ,
Thursday May 25 meeting for: further'discussion tenisaftos," plants featured In )plants. ,httjattngAfrican '
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At the February 24 meeting of the and possible action Weath Program this annual event .taamete; tease .
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and Commission the t".ater.eta. || f.ntI
Planning Zoning Available
old railroad', warning. of "Stop Application : thousands of visitors ,..... !
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members were presented by the three.tor oi''f'\ fromthroughout Show bourn
with to review"for Look and Listen" should be heeded by Suwannee River Economic Council aret ,
,' a suggested area i the : Thursday, u
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theproposed change to the new mixed, the city zoners before final action is Inc. Is u now taking applications for i 'state. i.'tttmate' . -, ., ,' ,. noon" Uj .;. ,
residential classification of RID" that taken on this complex and farreachingstep Home WsatherlMtien ':'Program. : ; f'tIMyl.
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I. Anita Green pnd; Dale I Wilcox ,Married April f \1 30 in Presbyterian Church '. :

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.,. 1 Miss Anita Louise Green of Fernait In marriage Saturday, April 30, at lace cloths. The brides table was Salazar and Mrs. H.P. Herres.'*m t
dina Beach daughter of Mr and Mr*. '.'7:30: p.m. in the First Presbyterian'Church centered with a three-tienBd wedding Following a wedding trip...to
Herbert A Green, Sr. of Starke and ', Starke with Rev, 'CliffMcLeoci cake topped with a nosegay of fresh Daytona Beach, Fort Myers Beach
'. Dale Michael Wilcox of Fernandtna assisted by the bride's spring flowers and small nosegays and other points of Interest In Florida
.Beach,'son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert brother, Charlie Green performing between Its. separators. Fresh flowers the couple is residing at Holly Point,
., Lewter of Winter Garden were united the nuptials, encircled the base. The cake was North Fernandina Beach. I I
The flanked by two epergne arrangements The bride Is a graduate of Bradford I
choir loft centered with
ted was an of spring. flowers- High School and is I presently enrolled
lie ,. Shorts'Jdy arch candelabra with a spray of Loraine Roberta and Joan Jones cut Florida Junior College Jacksonville :
Social
Two
greenery. urn arrangements of the cake. in the Nursing program. She is I
I iris,
gladiolus, daisies,
.In- snapdragons, The two silver punch bowls were encircled employed at 'Nassau General
carnations and pompoms were on with fresh: flowers and Hospital,Fernandina Peach as a Certified II IIat
lVe either aide. Two candelabra ''f l
spiral
Auditions for Play flanked the greenery. Presiding at the punchbowls Respiratory Therapy Technician. ; -
platform left, Flcua trees '\" I
: were Patty Benner, Karen ;
: To C. Hold were placed at different
". Saturday vantage Fender, Mary Lee 'VanWljck, and The groom Is a graduate\:of "
nt- .' points. Aisle candelabras holding arrangements Karen English. Lakevlew High School, Winter
in- 'Open auditions for, the play, of spring flowers. Assisting In serving were Mrs. J.W. Garden and Valencia Community College
heeU 'Arsenic and Old Lace,"'are being decorated the pews. Griffin; Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. Orlando. He is a Registered
r. held this Saturday evening, May 21,at Presenting, a program: of nuptial W.H. Edwards, Mrs. L.V Hardin, Respiratory Therapist and Directorof
7:30: p.m. at the Starke Woman's! music were Mrs. Henry Green,. Miss 'Janet Montgomery, Mrs. Cardio Pulmonary Dept. at Nassau
Club. organist, Joey Herres, pianist for the George Stieh, Mrs. Jeanne Cornell, .General Hospital at Fernandina
MV There are parts for It men andIs .solos, .and soloists, Mrs. Charles Mrs. R.G. Paterson, Mrs. Dorothy Beach.
three women, ages >>00. The only Green, sister-in-law of the bride and 1-
ik- prerequisite.Is that YOQ are willing to Bill McRae. &
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nd .' work hard. ,
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nt .. For further'Information; call'Ms. Robert Wilcox attended his brotheras ( '
best man. Ushers were Jack Barniak Trail
an Consuelo G. Dodge, -5370., Restaurant
' Mike Leary and Herbert Green
'y. Jr., brother of the bride. '
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laW Junior Woman's. Club' Mrs. Jack Barnlak served as : 4
of Installation 'matron of honor. She wore a waltz- Lawtey U.S. 301 '
(anqu.t
'00 length dress of candlelight crepe with ,
III- imported printed chiflon'Jacket and' Luncheon Special
The Junior
Woman's Club of Starke
wore a iris and baby's breath head
a- will have an installation of officers piece. She carried a colonial nosegay
er ... and awards 8" SUB CHUCK WAGON
banquet
Tuesday night, of mixed spring flowers 'of iris,
oe s, Hay :24, at 7 p.m. at Fisherman's miniature carnations, daisies, pom- French fries, p'epper" onions $99
.'. Reef. poms and baby's breath Tea or coffee (no substitute)

lid Mrs. Liz Grace and Mrs; Mike .a rytr 6" SALISBURY STEAK

al Sharon Harrington, Leary waltzlengthdresses were''attendants.with. They blouson wore Fresh fries $1 9 9'HOGIE

t ..., David Sapp waist of imported printed chiffon, the Tea or coffeeMUG
To Wd Friday Night same as the jacket worn by the i
OF EER -60e.
matron of honor. They wore the same
In The wedding ceremony uniting headpieces and. 'carried similar 8 oz on Draft8"SUB
,Ie Sharon Louise Harrington and David nosegays In spring colon
01' Morgan Sapp In marriage will be held VEAL CUTLET $ |
00 '. In the North lde Handing out rice bags were kasha
Baptist Church '(In PATTIE French fries, | 9 9
'f-.r- .,'. .'' Friday The church night, is May located 20, at on 8 SR-225.p.m. All Byrd and Gayle Douglas. Mr.and Mrs.Dale Wilcox pepper & onions, tea or coffee _

n. ." Mends and relatives are invited to attend The bride, given in marriage by her English Illusion edged with chantilly Hall HAMBURGERKAISER ROLL
Fellowship where Mrs. Charles *f
the ceremony and reception father wore a candlelight satin,, lace. She carried a long forma)* director $ 9
following in the Fellowship Hall. princess style gown with a train, cascade of mixed foliages, phalenop- the Darby door. Karen, greeted the guests at 6 oz. French fries i 9
Miner and Charlene-
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which had been worn by her mother coffee H _
adorned with a chantiuy lace Jacket sis orchids, stephanotis and white Coggins kept the guest book Tea or ,
Did/ 'You Krtow.v.. featuring leg o'mutton sleeves,Queen- bridal roses. The bride's table and punch tables
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A reception was held In the chu cji' covered
; were with white duster and .
Anne neckline and fitted at the
., Mr, and Mrs. 'Wilbur Waters, Mr Ii
and Mrs. Paul Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. 'waistline. She wore a diamond pen- I .
Donnie Crawford, and Mr. and Mrs. dant, a gift of the groom and her i
Eddie Lewis attended the Kenny Juliet cap, decorated with matching
lace' and seed secured her
concert at the O'Connellnc pearls
Cents Wednesday nl ht. fingertip veil of two tiers,of importedThe

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I ..r'' BMBBBB. : 54 .Auxiliary, ( 'Members" ;.!Donate. 5070, Voluntary; Hours' I in I Past Year i t'' _i./i; I

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Bradford Auxiliary met live members with Itt uowMnomberaIncluding -Kl chairman, gave a favorable ; total of the officers, which) wertf the, ,same as
Hospital report on 34 member who have put in a ,00 '. I' '
..... ., for their installation of officers .' Marian Howe ;and Betty this yearn," booth and thanked 5070 voluntary hours In the past year. last y.r the
awards presentation and annual, Moore who were voted Into the Aux: everyone for their help The two highest Mrs.Early with 559.1hours Am and the gtreswere ldeDt-elect of President l.
Alachus.
reports at the dinner-meeting Monday iliary Monday night Membershipcount Mrs. Reddish presented Be'rnadlne and Linda Johns with 3500. pre
Awtlllary
rfospit .LorenaMcAlpine
night at the Western Steer Steak to date is 44 active members, 19 Early a plaque In appreciation of 13 hours. General Virginia'Cobb.'
House. new members, 24 sustaining, 11 life, years continuous service for the Aux Beaty Johnson,first vlcpresldum and Also
The head table held a long,low arrangement ,five /honorary for a total of:! 101 Auxiliary :- iliary. Mrs. Early volunteered 5394 of the Association: of Florida Hospital Betty Johnson,who was Installing of-
of seven-sisters roses and members, hours In her 13 years with the Auxiliary Auxiliaries Gainesville, installed fleer. .
foliage and the side tables, all Judy Moore, assistant administrator ; she also received, an award "
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covered with lace cloths held handmade of the hospital, showed a Din. -- -
colorful napkin rings for the 47 architects drawing of the renovated Flo QuicksaU Installed Homemakers Presidentpl '
attending. hospital with map and plans for the Mrs. Reddish also read a letter' 1 ,
120 bed addition: including new from the hospital thanking the Auxiliary -
_President Ada Reddish presided quarters for the Auxiliary Hospitality for the 17,000 donation toward Flo Qulcksall was installed presi- esident) .MatUe-Miley; ',,,treasurer. '
over the meeting and heard reports of Shop. The project is planned to be hospital equipment dent at the Bradford ,County and Violet Crosby,secretary.
the chairmen Gerri Green membership completed by March, 1985. Bernadine Early, service awards' Homemaker's Club luncheon-meeting After the installation' a covered dish
,reported the Auxiliary has.ac- WilmaJean Terry, Fair booth chairman, presented service pins to Thursday,May 12,held at the home of luncheon was served, ;

Violet Crosby, This was the last regular meeting
Old Vow Know* Gerrl Green, installed the following until September but the Club will
officers to serve with Mrs.,QuicksaU have a Workshop Thursday; May 21,
Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas were In Mr and Mrs Joe Peters of Atlanta" Miss Ira Rain of and gave each one a long stemmed at the Agriculture Building tarke,
,. Sandra FonkcrRandolph Orlando last Wednesday to Saturday spent the weekend with his parents. ,past two weeks Chlefland spent the yellow daylily: Lois Cox, vice
0 Rotawell visiting Mr.and Mrs. W.B. Spell. Mr. and"Mrs. W.S. Peters. Jackson with Mrs. J.G.;

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Sandra Foraker' -


to Randolph Rothw Told llEngagement Ii!.: __ : .ju. .it aX .


Mr.and Mrs.Paul Brooks of Hamp-
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ton Lake announce the engagementand
approaching marriage of their FIRsT OF THE sEAsdN EACH.
daughter. Sandra Renee Foraker, to
,. Randolph ROBS Rothwell, ton of Col.
l' and Mr*. Rodger D. Rothwell of .

f Keystone The bride-elect Heights.Is a 1982 graduate of r.pnde .LARGECANTALOUPES .(:

Bradford High School. Mr.Rothwell "
Is a Jr.NCO fa the U.s.Army and sta-'

< Uoned Korea. .
'I i The wedding is set for June 18 at 4 1 ,
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p.m. in the Fu Church of
., Starke with the reception to be held at j'",,
the Starke Woman's Club.
SAVE 200PFucEs
All friends and relatives are cordially .
invited to attend. EFFECTIVE THURS., MAY

s 19 THRU WED.. MAY 29.. 1983.
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: ''Donna R. Johns,

Wilfred H. Wagner Jr. sacs Bonus BUY BONUS BUY BONUB BUY

I' Set Wedding Date


Donna Reanne Johns of Starke and
Wilfred Harrison Wagner, Jr. of ,
Keystone Heights are happy to an- FLORIDA GREEN
nounce their engagement and approaching
marriage on May%1.' 014I
The wedding will be held in the 11.4N

.. ,. Keystone Heights Community Church CARROTS SQUASH CUKES
at 7:30 p.m. with the Rev. Buddy.
t Friedlin officiating.
,'I Following the wedding a reception i _
:
will be held In the church fellowship
.
,j hall. YOUR CHOICE PER POUND !
: All friends and relatives of the couple -

!"I i The are bride Invited elect to,attend.who Is employed at 5iii9

o ,,.. Andrews Drug Store in Keystone, is 5/s .3 9
the Southard daughter of Starke.of Mr. and Mrs. Jack


Clay The Electric bride groom Cooperative is as District

Office Supervisor of the Orange Park -

District office.r SAVE 850 ON 5 ''sAvE... 'Io'Ci1t16 .200.-.. SAVE' :2O PER IB SAVE: 150... HOJ


I Lsf-64i Lorrle- 'd&DNarftdtd-Choppetf'%' <>*:<> .' ...r; =coM Ii i: Q -y b C' 1 .a 31JIl ..


,; -... Engagement,Told CAMP"P" -a
IS10 ? WlQA, If ,; Mr.and Mrs. Hiram J.Chappell an- Bemis Weenie' =-211 Peet rtoww CANAOM
nounce the engagement and approaching can Fi =PTuna'", ; ._3$1 .Persian Urns 1O/99 Rutabagas .. ,4 15Sunshine '
of their "
.: .. .daughter, Lorrie marriage Anne, to Leonardo Krlspy = 7 9* !Ronl'r .
FiiCO- ., 21 V I' poles 1OI1 ttr Juicy;
Veto (Buddy) Dlcandio, III, son of PArMasa '!,'- Oranges ks 6IM
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Mr. and Mrs. Leonardo Veto Dican- '
89 e 0"
Salad
dio Jr., all of Starke. Olives ._ Cleanser *
Con*t 6Q. i 15RdRadishes '' .
.._ ifg.PripPSPlUS
The wedding is planned for July t In LBivfvwv wn UFVWWM / tpotetoes i. ui c,,:
,_ the First Baptist Church in Keystone *%gTlD'fc '
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Uttertv OOOTC .
.f".. Heights.MISS Chappell Is a graduate of -ONOINAL,HICKOnV. t y. a 9 9* Slaw or Salad k roes 49 Popcorn. ,? .fits: 69*
Bradford High School and Santa Fe I''NOJSM07 tAONOwv'
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Community College.She is employed I3ar-B4)ue Sauce e.;ar $119 Punch Detergent = $2t. Western Pears 5v* BNO-WHTTS; '17.
at Nationwide Mutual Insurance 'i a Mushrooms, ,c.AV:
', Regional office in Gainesville in the
accounting department.Mr. '
Dicamflo is also a Bradford
i : .' High School graduate and Is
employed at Blount Pontiac GMC in
Gainesville in the car parts depart-, UOUID KOSHER MILLER. i
L ment. 100"FiRurr JUICE

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", Mrs. Harvey Rhoden 6 PACK

!.f) ;,.....',. Stork Shower Honoree 4607 BOTTLES 1202 N$4i 2

a :. .II,, ". The Fellowship Hall of the.Starke
'n '. Church of God was the setting for a
e stork shower in honor of Mrs. Harvey'

.,. Rhoden and new baby boy. GENERIC NA J 8AVSMO" .e
9 h .. ? The decorations carried out the circus .' TEA i r-gj else PANTRY PRIDE.f.fl 3202 PANTRY PRIDE r 2 UTER A t.ADEft, -AVIN0R .
theme with circus: animals and "
.iJ n clowns hanging on the walls. 0 BAGS 99.MAYON.J: 89 SODAS$149 oWIPE.
f -I Gifts were received in a playpen 100 COUNT + o Egj'$649
backed with clowns and a teddy Caro"

bear. The refreshment fade was GENERIC NAnONAL BRAND r,, au VII so. sava.o TAYLOR ,
t covered with a white lace over yellow. CAT I Q pwc at.ea 'PANTRY PRIDE ( "'': 480Z ARM S RAMM'1'R; I@ 'eaoz 84V11eIOO''
t linen cloth and centered with CALIFORniA, uUT R
a yellow .
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I VEGETABLE
. flower arrangement surrounded with LnTER.> ''I&9 $159 LAUNDRY $119 wine
I 4 miniature rocking horses. 2LB BAG OIL DETERGEnT r ---. f' ,0 3ftft
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j awarded.Games were played and prizes '- "li" : ., I' :

:. Hostesses for the occasion were .....
l, Mrs. Mark Joyner Mrs. Charles

; .: ,.Y' .I McKinney, Mrs. Lewis .Bennett and COOKWARE': "
-' Mrs. Nate Shannon. ; MASTER COMPARE "' y:
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INFORMATION! CH .- near
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...I'r ,p 'COlLIVER ,1'/1'r
$ 23
Dog Food ;
., .""" COFFEE 2 .' .V.4f1:
", Mrs. Phillip Johns SWEET FLOWERS COUPONS: qi;; ii I'J..j': ,
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t i i Honored at Dinners WILL; NOT BE ISSUED AFTER JUNE 18thONLY : ;' .
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Johns : .
Phillip was/given a surprise soJAH CHATHAM '
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; graduation party Saturday :HOWEVER 'YOU CAN CONTINUE TO "" MAXIMCOFFEE Cat -
;: oodti' 99rsnz
14' = ;jKSry
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;,: .". night May 7, 7:30: p.m. by Mr. and 2 ; $
'" :: Mrs.Robert M.Autry at their home REDEEM OR PURCHASE YOUR (;f.J'{ 'wG .,f Fr" D ED ,5'43 : '

...:... ,._" Country Club Estates. COOKWARE THRU JULY 9,1983 : : .Liquid ..., ," '" 'x1'9LI1f
'0:;. Mrs.Johns graduated that morning 1:. \ .
10" t from the University of North Florida. '" ', .
majoring in accounting and is
... ;t employed with Davis, Monk, Farnsworth -'
.. and Co.. CPA Starke.lit" I .... ,j
The buffet table was covered with a' Oe era I ,
JELLOPUDDING 'n "
,. ; beige cutwork cloth and centered with SEALTESTI ''l.
; a congratulation rainbow archway' ANDPIEFILUMGS : ICE, COKE, SPRITE,
,
t I connected at both ends with ar-. s '' 9t> C .TAB. r4& .-
rangements. of spring flowers. MOTAMT OM XTOUtAH -A'" ras J + 2 1IOTTLM.1i1\.
bl Assisting in serving were Mrs.] X PACKAQBB 'YOU,"", "
t ry Robert Hall, Mrs.Freeman Register,!; wrrH .. COUPON l ooas, _
? T a Nnrri oktao oawpMi a ir lW'
III, Mrs.Carl Torode and Mrs Danny, . "THRU,MflPDSfAAV a*. 1 r,la 9Y Y MAY se, +oo ''foRJ ,......,
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Among the 45 guests attending the .
occasion were the honoree's brother-
in-law and sister.Mr.and Mrs. Brian TAKKE- 4 0 WEST MADISON STREETff

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AAaundrev Atkinson and J. R. Wainwriaht Married; Mav 7 in Methodist. Church'. I
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Maudrey B. Atkinson of HarrleU Off-white bows decorated the and kept the guest book. Mrs.Charlesparby house. The bride's table, food table a three tiered colonade cake to pp6l ,4\ bowl-table was lathe sunroom'.
Bluff, Woodbine, Ga. and J.R. Wainwright candelabras and marked the family was director. 0' and punch table were all covered with with wedding, bells. The ota.,-ifollowing: a wedding trip to Har
of Starke were united in marriage The flowers and candles from the.. lace cloths. d'oeuver table was placed in front of. .rietts Bluff";Ga. the couple: .)II residing
'abus Saturday, May 7,at J p.m.In the Miss Krlsty Johns presented a pro altar were used to decorate the clubMr. The bride's table was centered!with the stage and the champagne,punch;i\\:I InStarkei! .
", First United Methodist Church with gram of nuptial music. ,
naso .Rev. Warren. Langer performing the W.M. Wainwright of Tallahassee, Did You Know :I'-: ,; .' : \, I J., ,',',
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nuptial nephew of the groom, served as best '' t ;
, Highlighting the altar were two man. Richard and David Wainwright, and Mrs. Edward Green V '.I'(of Mrs. Sandra O'Brlant-Johnson has Mrs*iyal l.r'Cannon of .Wllllston, !
pedestal arrangement of yellow and' sons of the groom, served as ushers. Tampa were last Thursday and Friday returned after six months in Zambia Mr: and Mrs. Herbert Green, Sr.- Mrs. Unnle, 'Hutchlnson of Trenton .I
et'it white daisies and baby's breath Mrs. Dane H. Smith of Cape Coral, guests of Mr.and Mrs. J.H. Mon- doing missionary work in the Salvation and son, Herbie and daughter Anita and Mrs. Lula Risebrook and Mrs. '
f'I against a' background-01 branched daughter of the,bride, attended as crief. /. Army Hospital. Wilcox of Fernandina Beach, attended Lyi-lle Wolfmeyer of Gainesville '
I f'I can elabra'with champagne, tapers. matron of honor. She wore a street ; graduation exercises at Stetson visited their brother G.A. Gay last
length summer gray cotton dress with. */. William University on Sunday for their son Friday. ,
L. Harrison and
daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish and Charlie who graduated with honors. j'
pink trim and carried a single pink Lisa of
and Mr. and
Waycross Mrs.
orvA Gospel Music Park carnation.The Mrs. P.D. Reddish visited Mr,' and Richard Harrison of Ocala were Sun- Also attending were Mrs. Don Page, Mr. and Mrs. N.P. Rogers of r
Mrs. Glen Reddish in Pensacola over and Mrs. Carolyn Taylor and son,
bride wore a street length day visitors of Mr.and Mrs. A.S.Har. Orange Park and Mrs. G.A. Gay
lawley. FL 782.3071 champagne beige dress with long the weekend. rison. Richie. visited their! brother-in-law and
sleeves made of silk crepe-with an sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Pomerleau!!
Gospel Singing overlay of silk chiffon In a matching: Mr. and Mrs. Sherrod Hamilton Mrs. Marcia Welch and children of Debra J. Moyer, daughter of Mr. In Port Richey last Thursday to Saturday -*
ngU1 i At Its Best shade. She carried a single yellowrose. have moved from N. Walnut Street to Savannah, Ga. are spending Thurs- and Mrs. John Moyer of Keystone ..
Winder Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Welch Heights has graduated from Flagier
5, May Cavalier 21: The Gospel Sounds A reception was held In the Starke have bought the Hamilton home and day and Mrs.to Sunday O..L. Haynes with her, Jr.parents. Dr. College with a bachelor of arts degreeIn Mr.: and Mrs. Robbie Shelter spent
c e Ot Pins hidgi
) QLJ. Woman's Club where Mrs. George they with their four children, moved. physical education. Saturday and Sunday visiting visitingMr.
J. Miller greeted the guests at the door In over the weekend. and Mrs.__ Ogden_ Bates_ In
u u
Jacksonville"' ana mr. and am. Don
< '' "'' ",.. .. "" ..,'. Ray Tilley and Mr. and Mrs. Steve
TUley In Orange Park.
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"rfll/':.(
!; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas

; : ,: .. ., .. spent Friday to Monday In Lakeland
visiting their daughter, Mrs.
Kathleen McNeely and daughter,
U.S.D.A.
GRADE A Michele. On Saturday, Mrs. Thomas
m attended the Florida Division U.D.C.
luncheon and meeting at Cypress

: LOTS OF BONUS Gardens.


i BUY Bill Green Seventh

wry CHICKEN In Malorca Marathon

Bill Green of Tallahassee, son of
Mrs. Lex Green of Starke and a BHS
LB graduate, came in seventh out of 3000 I
5 LB AVG. PKG.
runners in the 20-mile marathon in

UMIT'2 PKOS.. WITH S7.SO. OR MORE FOOD. PURCHASES SAVE ..30 PER LB PRICES 10 THRU EFFECTIVE WED., MAY THURS.25, 1983.'MEDIUM MAY. Baleauics Majorca. the Islands largest, near island Spain in, last the .
Friday. Bill was chosen to be a
c representative of the Isle of Majorca
Bonus Bonus for the event.
BUY BUY eonus BONUS Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Bill) Green
BUY BUYPORK returned Wednesday after 10 days in
Majorca. While away his mother,
Mrs, Lex Green, stayed with the
: children Amber and Harris, in
HYGRADE Tallahassee. .


SPARERIBS Deanna Water
HOT DOGS '
C.l.brat.s Birthday
,!
'a Miss Deanna Waters was honoredon
her 12th birthday with a slumber
party Friday, May 13, given by her
SIZE '3 LB AVG. PKG., 3 TO 5 LB AVG. 12oz. PACKAGE parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Watersat
their home on W. Madison street.


I 1397:13'I : I 179 I : a an father.helium The spring ivory dinner balloons lace flower cloth table,a gift arrangement and was, from centered covered Deanna's with with and


The 11 girls enjoyed dinner,a trip to

LB LB the"Friday show the to see 13th""E.. T." and watching

SAVE 40 PER LB SAVE 4O PER'LB SAVE7O"PERLB .. SAVE 600 Mrs.Mrs.Waters Gloria was Hatcher assisted and in Miss servingby Lisa

Moody.:

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_MiVfW CHl'P", X SIZ 0 THE Usa N14.Ilan.oh,
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A v < ? ., -IIIOr'- iCttaibet.Ii. Birthday,

Fryer Combination Pkg:;pKO.LB9:: 9SH, ;dj ;key : .. spa Low Frt Yogurt =3/89 Lisa Bruno'McClellane celebratedher
ASSORTED VARIETIES COOKED fourth birthday Saturday. April
CHICKEN,BMOKEO+***swtm I"YNII ePfWD 16, at a party at her home given by
O nor ,Breaded Patties elzi P'KO.':: .LB$139 Lykos Power Pak :ia:: 119 Margarine Qtrs.' ::.::3I*1BnIs her parents, Mr.and Mrs. Wayne Mc
Clellane in Hampton.
Guests included Christina, Dana
California Steaks $1 99 otJ) $188 Sour Cream, . :as 99* and Adam Hall, Dena and Terry
.auiaP'1LCo.LB Sausage .
Crawford, Joseph, Danny and David

u.ao-A. CHOice t;o/-u.AU rv: a"aiaaii'j vvflOLa Max I 1* / Dixon Hampton, Robert; Lisa's A.grandfather Bilderback, Jerry all of

Cubed Chuck Steaks PAIZ $279 VWA Brodsky of Waldo and Tammy,Teddy
.
UMrrpicABaCHCKM
PKd LB
__._MEAT on eecr WftmAO and Roxanne Lane of Starke.Cake I
U.B.D.A. CHOICE CHUCK Oscar Mayer....... .:.:: $1'18 Kraft Velveeta AS *2a* and ice cream was enjoyed by .
the after which the children enJoyed -
\ Bnls. ,Eye Fillet Steaks ./v&.L* w.ce.aooo agar w.n..owo w. .r; ou.ro auw rvw w.eew.r.esti...,.wn..ww.ou.wmqI guests a dip In the pool. '"



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RELISH GATOR SUB' with Frank medical Bailey degree graduates

0 iMJC.f.U.1U KKBV MlHUUMV ST'EIAK, MEAT
.w,. INA, o ran. .
r : : Frank Amos Bailey, son of Mr. and '
49 Mrs. Frank Bailey of Keystone I,
.r r w i. .r..wr Heights, graduated from the Univer- J',
S 9 wr sity of South Florida in the College of
Medicine with a medical degree on
May 7.Following.
his graduation from (he
Keystone Heights High School in 1976
of which he was Valedictorian of his

KRAFT V.10" .save 4e-' '....V.3' ,$ ve..OOPlRLII class Stetson Bailey graduated In Deland from in from 1979
;eIROSEVe .,..,.,." ,...,. .. 11"" A"'GO. t SMOKED "w.a..r University
!" -- N 4 EApg. -......-...... with a B.S. degree in Biology.He .
+ .., ,.:J' < tl-.s 'TURKEY' will begin his residency at the
r
BREAST ]
.I' 89i 'COCORNB 99 ; 3/89I $189 University of Vermont, Vermont
ALL.LAVOwe 'MALR POUND Medical Center Burlington, in
N psychiatry.Bailey .
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_\11I10' FREEZER QUEEIt! im .'1 AV cv REVLOn FLEX, :; :::, _\11I30' a. ; was married to Marcl Kipl-
; ; PNIIH
PANTRY PRIDE -.:=\:J aooa LOAVES BOILrrBAQ\j"l \iJeoji: PROZEI 'n SHAMPOO L. 1802 FRENCHwcad _..r.ro.as_. Inger of Tampa last December.BIRTHS .


'.. KI7M2 SIZEBREAD I.3/$149." ._! 2/7' 9 C OIyDI'110r :, $169'BREAD 79t; ..,

": ., ,J voac fac..,

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OKLfBAKEHV STORES
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COMPARE- ? ,.-ell 'f COMPARE, ,..-...A'. ICOMPARE'Ar_ "'ZT* COMPARE: ....;r ,

N'ff1Ir'IofAMaJRQIJIICIA.v.. f1E0NM Off LEMON' t'-:1 WITH*vea,"A wolf g11eDn

p Jtot Dog Rolls tit,." ,:" 3/9 Broccoli: Spears ... 9* ''Cutex -::.=ry Yi'f. ,,0 6 9.Chlck. Dinner *1TaSrSiJ7
a T Or 1e aucaor
\ rowr.w..w.. < ........_.._ PMfY11K V111oa-.uc1D. ciiARav ea .1 Lean Pastramiar $188 ,.

: "'':: .Snack o r-Cakes. ..; > 31t. '3tIawben1es'.! \ '. '....:::....79Murine.. MCOIUM.eOPTOR. fik: "o. ,. e 1M "'. Rachel Laureri Woodham
PAJ mv l fVDtf "* 'M.UB MBLBUful CHOCCUJkT r

=Enfltiecj RnHifnfMK+O"" :218g., Aped Topping.'.:=;'.99, Reach Toothbrush v 99 Cream Cake..o.. .289 Orange Wayne Park and announce'Laura Woodham the birth of of a

,i 'bsaloorv i o aw.M._ TNsmQTH tO OT.CAffttN a CT.F"VfTAMlMl B Ot KXTMA' ,' COUNT'It'I.. _. waTa.. "LaQI/ t daughter Rachel Lauren, born April
;' oollNrriv aioln.la $ "' Pound Cake .. r..r ,... s.1 tg : : ,S 288 j "- : .":...... 1$In the Jacksonville Naval Hospital.
;" Wl1eatDl'.j.. .w =.ai','T0. f.;;' '.)*Par .' Dexatrimo. .r : Fried Chicken "" _s6ns'f .. Paternal grandparents are Mary
: : Woodham of Starke and the late T.E.
.. EAi17 .- ... .- Woodham.,, Maternal grandparentsare
p R I and Mrs. of
'' Mr. Raymond Cello
: SAVE f ) 60 CASH II" \ .j' :MOON"I 1& : FRESH START 7O0* New York City.

'I' ''' "8H1ftE 8OI>A: .__ 9 Jayda Cb.il1.Hilliard
.,. .. CON" ,It ,._.3.34.15089 1 .
vR C. ; 'DE'J'ERG :
ss OIPLAYtt.
'r NET PJTT HJC. 140.OR ,?? a Jason a:'Billiard.- Jr. of Jacksonville -
\ R I HKMI FlAVrBPAC -*- t; .'1/ .._ ? ,says fo and Rhoda Norton of Starke announce
I, ,11' ? <:. 'fkHI.. ''' 9 ,9 IRISH SPNPIG', ; lie the birth of a daughter,Jayda
t (YOU*>AV.1 6.I DW'OMT -trlll'R 41..,. .. Charhrn"Milliard,. born May. S In
WITH T>4B COL. Shand's Teachinllbpltal.
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_ 'Stcirke Church of God Activities :'-

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Each participant receivi JU"; \! gsyly decOrated; \ with wall, hangings of dow was placed a studied nursery The Auxiliary presented Mrs,
lurch of Cod tunity to thank all: the businesses and and McDonald certificates. pink roses and nursery rhyme rhyme character. The ladies, andaughters Walter Monts, paator' wife, with a!
individuals who make this
outh Pro helped a The youth are very thankful for the characters,behind the head table was enjoyed a delicious dinner gift as a memento of being mother of
| e success. opportunity to be)nvlll'l4'Ct' all served by the men The youth department recognized ; !I).$usI A.. byTJeanhI.'rra ( ,itane
and for the kr). A program was presented by the
project |proceeds Cromlt-- $
and in each :
Fhe youth of the Starke Church of the princesses princes
entitled 'A Trip Through
C >d have been involved In a World division in a special awards night ser The tables were covered with. white Auxiliary The severs for the occasion were
Storybook Land.
Church of GodMother
crowned winnersfor linen cloths. The head table held a B< b AdklM, Carl Brown, Royce
isMona Project,for the past three vice. They were aa mother of
awarded the
to
MlthS. raising the most money. Nursery Daughter Humoty-Dumpty on his, Wall surrounded Gifts were Joyner, S.J. O'Steen, Kenny Scarbro,:
I Mrs. Ante Mae
with flowers. the most generations,
Down>> the'length and Rev. Walter MonU.
f bey have been busy raising money class Kirkland- Tasha Bennett and- Bryan April Banquet ,May, 7 j"g, ./t I. 't of'UM'tab)** were crocheted: Kirkland who sang a beautiful song. Sam Hunter ,
r a bible center In Manila, ; pre-primary (done The mothers with most and
and Travis Orion juniors centerpieces by Mr. Walter which The committee was composed of
lillipines. At the conclusion of the Moeeley
The Ladies of the and Mrs. Blake present, was a
Auxiliary Starke Monet N.A. ) of granddaughters
Little
Kirkland and .
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and Harrison David Bryan Mrs.S
p oject they have raised well over Shana Schmitt BUty ; Church of God held Its annual Mother Boy Blue, Little Miss Mutt. Uttto fie Mrs Doris Moore and Mrs. Mrs
: Ms. Jeannie
S; 000 through skate-a-thons, walk-e youth princess Kim Jo alMr. .T, O'Steen, Taylor
Daughter banquet on May 7 In the Joe K. Horner ,Jack Jib. Helen Henley The mother of the year .
Old Brantley, Little Misses
Odcm Donna
t ons, bake sales, ball tournament and tin LM were Fellowship Hall of the church. Mother HubbanL Mary Had a Little award went to Mrs. Ida Sue Schmitt Miss
Schmitt
d donations. recognised as VWWHUC/ sponsora for April Taylor, Shana and Kellt!
a The carried Lamb and Old with the written by her
banquet was out In the an Woman In the Shoe winning essay r'' aHoroc. ,
They would like to lake this oppor- their group imotottts*BUB*snoney. Mother Goose theme. The hall, )was'" (made by Blaine Dyal). In each win- daughter,Shana Schmitt. Jo Dyal. ,

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Gospel Music Program ',f Christian songwriters in Christian the Sunday evening worship service: Griffin Accepted
>ospel Sing Saturdayt Methodb Senior CHUen music today.If at the
First Church of Starke
Sunday In Lake Butler Baptist .. ,
For Graduate Study '
Beulah Baptist Luncheon May J4 at 7:30: p.m.
First Baptist ChurchThe '. you like good gospel music you At Boston School 'A' .
There will be a gospel sing Satury Instead ef the nMAMjr Senior I t .Ii- will love this inspirational program to "j i A
May 21, at 7:30: p.m. at Beulah Citizen catered efc* ksacome oa First Baptist Church of Lake> be presented this Sunday. May 33. Mr. Cuss is an ex-convict with over Horace L. Griffin,a senior Religion'l
aptist Church on SR-211n Clay Coun- Thursday,May 3E.Seniors are invited Butler will present "Sin, on Church I Make plans to attend ana invite a 32 arrests and has served over 7Vk major at Morehouse College, Boston,
t. to the l\ut d. UettKKfcst WtonrWs IV" this Sunday evening beginning at. friend. years in Jails and prisons.! The publicis has recently been accepted for
Featured singers will be the Weeks salad hnrheaa to tINt M.thadistFellowship 1:30. >ro> The musicale to under the direction Invited to to hear him explain how \graduate study at the Boston Schoolof
f imily from Green Cove Springs and Halt The program will feature the First of Rodney Brooks.Melvin Owen In.the, his life has been transformed. Theology, Boston University,
the Waymakers from Waycross, Ga. This with be a dutch treat at SUe Baptist Children's Choir, Jr. Youths Boston, Mass
As an author, guest speaker and
church take Sennn will meet there at Ensemble To get to the SR-16 per plate. Griffin will graduate cum at
chaplain, Mr. Coss has appeared on
Ambassadors and
last past Camp Blanding until you 11::45,after lunch we a ul go to Harry ),. Adult, Ex-Convict Preaching nationwide television. He has worked the 1983 Commencement exercises to
me to SR-21. Turn right and go approximately Fertig's home to see his plants. Ensemble (Diplomats) The groups At First Baptist with celebrities such as Jerry Clower, be held Sunday, May 22. .
will of
all-time4
miles church is the All Senior Citizens in the community perform some your
3 on Art A graduate of Bradford High
Mike
Llnkletler. Wanda Jackson,
favorites well of the
as as some new
eft. are invited to join in the fellowship. School, Mr. Griffin is the son of Lee
Richard Cos will be Warnke,The Imperials, and the Danny D.
I The public is Invited to attend. released songs by some of the great .preaching at Amos BAnd. and Mrs. Mildred Griffin of Starke.6IVHTHCOROIMA .
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Altar Society Represented "'. ?;'' '

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t Mrs. Muriel Gilhooly attended the 1
!93rd annual Convention of the St. ELECTRONIC: TYPEWRITER
Augustine Diocesan Council of
Catholic Women, NCCW, at Jackson-
MEMORY CORRECTION.
ville Beach May 8, 9 and 10 at the WITH ONE-TOUCH
Sheraton Resort Inn; the theme was
+;-Let It Begin With Me." One-touch, one key the key to perfect
Bishop John J. Snyder concelebrated SHERRA MOTT
Convention Masses with Wllllim Cart letters. It remembers your errors and takes
Deanery Moderators and Affiliation
Priests at the host parish, St. Paul's Orsgon i them up and away. i
Catholic Church at Jacksonville Sherra Mott

Beach. .
.' Mrs. Gilhooly, on behalf of St. Ed- Student Missionary :r, $ i
ward's Altar Society, presented the :',,' %
St. Augustine DCCW banner to the '
Convention. This banner was designed Sherra Mott of Starke, a student at .: '.i', ,
by Antoinette Cass and constructed William Carey College,will serve this ': <'!
by Mrs. COBS, Betty Dazinskl, Maura summer as a student missionary in
O'Neal and Carol Ashline. Mrs. Northwest Oregon. Mott was appointed
Gilhooly was presented with a Certificate by the Mississippi Baptist For InformationOn 0
of Appreciation on behalf of Student Union, an organization of
the Council for the Altar Society. Baptist college students from 26 Advertising
j Rev. Father Joseph Finely, St. Ed- Mississippi campuses who are sen-
ward's pastor, attended the closing ding out 65 of their number this sum- On OurChurch
banquet of the Convention Tuesday mer, paying all expenses of Page FULL GOSPEL
lIght. pointees.The Baptist Student Union COMMUNITY CENTERHuApurtirV ,
sponsored by the Student Work CallJohn .
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;Women of St. Marks 'I Convention Board Miller Salvation SckMl Makes You A Member 10 595 00 ,

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Mrs. Herbert Thomas, president of, -.- .. -. ,,,", '''' "Ion. >"1 .J"IIPV.ItlaIll..1:30. ( Fridw !WoM.,.7:30MII .. 'MADE IN U.S.A.
he Women of St. Marks. presented a | r' 'ties i x Baft**-Mto1'-""1 ':, : :'rt
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meeting Mrs. Thomas held in the presided Parish House.over the j j I'r ":Sabbath Assembly 110 W. Call St., Starke -964=5764

,I business meeting and Mrs. Flossie SERVICES 10:00 am Saturday
Prescott the and :
gave worship devotional
program. 10:00 am Sunday School 7:30 pm Tu..dayi a Smith-Corona Is a registered trademark ol SCM Corporation.Children's .
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6:30 pm Church Training I i : Phone 473-2442 .
Barbara'Thorpe Graduates I 7:30 pm Evening Worship t Aataatr CMI,Paler Al W.leaet.DialAPrayer .
:prom Jacksonville Univ. Wednesday i
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7:30 pm Mid-Week Prayer Service : Summer
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was awarded the Master of Arts in i Rising 1st thru 5th Grades
Teaching degree at Jacksonville Greg Douglas Pastor Located on SR16 I I
University's April 23 Commencement 964-4712 June 13th. 17th
Exercises. Lc.--c...._ _' ...tsOeFe.e _.... I For Spiritual Uplifting I ;;;
Jacksonville Crafts MusIc Classes WalksMonday
University, Ci Trips, Nature :
celebrating Its 50th anniversary an :;"
independent, coeducational institu- r ."'-. 4 ,...., Thursday 8:30 am Noon .
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Air Park Pastor George Watson and I''
Baptist Church ..,'The Congregation Invite You to Registration '10.00 (Spaces Limited I ) REGISTER NOW! ':

521 N. Orange 'Starke ,'. Come and Worship With Us
: : Scott Dickson Accepts f.. loader Ie....... .. .... .'. . ,l( AM First United 'Methodist Church:\:
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Scott Dickson, son of Mr. and Mrs. -.- .
William P. Dickson Jr. of Alexander ':

City Mrs., Ala.W.P.and Dickson grandson of Lawtey of Mr. and has 7 pm Nightly Sunday 11 am & 7 pm ',.' <,

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1 1 Preparatory School In Newport, R.I. Former Pastor of Russell Baptist Church 301:1.11
1 .Attending the Preparatory School
I :leads directly to admission to the Green- Cove Springs.. Florida" 'g : GRASS t
Naval Academy and a position as a
Pamtof A Member Invite Yoa
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Another school track record fell
when the Bradford High mile relay
team placed 7th overall at the state
track meet In, Winter Park Friday,
May 13.Friday.
the 13th wasn't so lucky for
speedster Pam Hawkins. Hawkins
placed third in the 440 yard dash with
> a time of 57.8 seconds, .4 seconds
slower than the winning time of 57.4.
The mile relay team of Tony Lane,
Brad Russell Tony Jones and Curtis
Jones beat their own school record at iw /
Urn meet. The team knocked two
seconds off of the old record of 3:26.5
,. with a new time of 3:24.2.: Winning J
time In the event was 3:18 minutes. ,
Hawkins, a triple' winner at nri
regional competition the week before
had hopes of taking a first place spotat
state. "She just had an off day, It
happens to everyone,'' commentedhead
track Coach George Loper. "She
didn't run poorly, we just didn't do as
well as we hoped."
Hawkins also placed 6th overall in
the 220 dash with a time of 25.5
seconds. She ran, a 25.3 in the
'
preliminaries.
In the 100 yard dash Hawkins placed -
,: 6th in her heat In 11.3 seconds.
ai Mile medley relay team came in 8th
I overall with a time of 3:39.4: minutes. '
'Donnie Banks, Lane, T. Jones and C. 4i
u f Jones made up the team. $ S ._
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Y excellent although we were a little .
disappointed in the medley relay,"
Everybody needs rest sometime.... a commented Loper. "We are proud of

Members of the, Bradford High track: team take Tony Jones, Pam' Boswell, Eric Lane, Pm Hawkins them. You are running with the best ,,'
1 breather last Friday at the state track championships In standing, Curtis Jones and Lex Sanders. .. when you make it to state." Named to all-state...... ..
Winter Park. The mile relay team set a new Bradford High School Hawkins a junior this year, will Kathy Dlggs Is shown here playing earlier this season for the Bradford
!Member shown here arefrom (l-r) Brad Russell, record at the meet, More It about that In the story. ;.have another chance* next, year at the High girl's Softball team. /1', <

t/state titles., tier performance! during the season got her. named to the all-state girls.
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I BHS ',Gridders to Scrimmage. ,. for' Publife h', h4 ,FridayIn I


preparation "for, 'an exibitior n I Brad Russell, Eric Lane, and Robert positions," commented Hurse. think that we should be ready for Bradford Girls Softball
scrimmage: game Friday night Bradford Bellamy are back on the squad after Robert Carver is smoothing the'') Jamboree and it should be overall
High 'varsity gridders have, completing track season. rough edges at the quarterback spot f group'" commented Hartley.
started scrimmaging: during practice Backfielders Lane and Russell have and is doing well at monster one; Bellamy and Jimmy Shoe-
.. t A Scarlet and Grey game was call I. back-up support from Oliver Tyson. defense. *.\ are holding the safety positions. Star Named to All-State
off due to injuries on toe team Tues "Tyson has started looking good this' Randy Balkam and Robert Gorman Davis, who plays behind Carver .
day. Instead a scrimmage Is tabbedfor I spring says Hurse. are playing at wide out. "We: need a r has plenty of size and ,"
8 am. at Bradford High stadium. But, Tyson was Injured Tuesday little more experience at that' posi-' ,' but. lacks some aggres- ,
S2. admission for adults and $1 for and could be out for the rest spring tlon," says Hurse. according to Hartley. Jerald Bradford High softball player years ap", o.
Students will be charged. Proceeds practice. Defensive line Coach Mike Sexton i has improved and is becoming Kathy' Diggs was named to the AIIDigg's hitting was the strongest
will go to the football program. Hurse said that they have been said that his. players were making'progress aggressive. State softball team last week. point last year with a .521 batting
Improvments have been made by working on the kicking game exten- but that none of the players the offensive line Tommy average. She also scored: 41 runs and
most of the players during the second sively because he feels there is have stood out enough to point out. Is back at center after an Ins Diggs is the second girl in Bradford added tn RBI's to the taJly,
week of practice, according: to Indications enough 'experience on the special "Things! are looking better, but wed< but Wayne Cribbs is,out now High history to make it on the state Lady Tornado sottballers",s ended the
from the coaching staff. teams to work on other things at this have a long way to go," says Sexton.J a knee injury. team. Regional competition will be year with a 17-9 record.! '
"As a team, things are starting to 0 time. Lane and Russell returning from there has been some Im- this Saturday, May 21 in Tallahassee. If the regional team \ -Ins they will
gel offensively and defensively," saysHead "An outstanding. ninth grader on track Is also helping out in the defensive : we are getting there," Only other girl to make it on the compete in the Sunshine games In

Tornado Coach David Hume. the squad is seeondal".Yti, according to'defen 'l off nslv", \\i:,ne, ...oacll PI". team Watt'' Shree ,RapJr.erson..tw Orlando later this sum. .n. .

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I Norihside,, FB Tied for Church League': I, ':Lead. j
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Northside Baptist and First Baptist yint lipllil .... Mttaru C. Sapa ft-lan3.; .. ...tOOI.:
took the lead &i standings of the A I-. 3fof,M. _EI.y. : -...'4 with th...-..run*.I: Tan>, 1
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division mens church softball leauge. .._.. MO lit t 14ferm. daubla, I. llanni l-laf-3. 4. Pravan a-lvn4 with. MOroca .,
Both teams are 6-2 so far this season. OD5. lit t IM .... '
.th.4lrt top h_, J.'fo* ::1.fot4 -EO,'. I. ,'- ,
.Kingsley Lake is right behind with a .. wild........... and. Mpta.. .. Douglas"J-I..M. I, I.tec-3 with toa 'homarun Mnani- i tarn C. Johman J hxCavarh.."..3.: Chub." /
.5-2 record. Durban. wllh hotnwun, W. Longer 2.'_ wllh ahon.w Join,... irtar-S with. _.,,. ? :
w Starke- Stars are in fourth place ,. I. John"3-tor. ttarkatlon tM ttl't SFlmtaatM '
H with a 4-3 record. New River has won laiytnl tap MtMni L. Ollpln?'far a.s.dw..d5 tM elf t 4 "
hlHam llchafd, Warran S-lor-4. John .....
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two games and Grace Baptist has only OF Ma I 03 .
and Molna .1 l 3 I..4.PI. .
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%; ve three wins under their belt. Mm tap. choanlng' >, Hick' llavam! 1-tor-l.
New River and Air Park ,Baptist J-tor-S. Nugent 4-tof-4.
each have two wins and Grace Baptist T..ndn.y1.y/ I.
1 1h..byLrl.. ,$34.355 ,.11
,i is bringing up the rear with one win. M..d.p.Map IS Ate...* !. 540 'I
.':" In the B division Presbyterian and 'i'- 1 M..r,.>..... *... fclMtmr .. .. Patorawt ....-5. ..
tied for fist tiara Ml in 1 Dyol....-.with.(h..n.n..ndpl.. ( _.ft OWM with.h0.M.0n..dI.a.n .
Smyrna Baptist are placein Nawthar lit lit I tMan ,.. .
the Each have 7-1 h-... ken Hwbon ../.. 5 with MpI.John ., whb.wipI.sod.' ouW (
standings.. top Air f... toil_D, H ot 4-for4 wlfH" .itoubte.Tk
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laimatt"3.10.5.111w0 doubli.ndin homanin.Main fc "
records. ,
Dyol"3-tor-4 with. ,,'.... tinman Walklnt Mor-J KugtjofloM. -
First\ Methodist Is holding on to second -' 'with._...., J. D. ........ and.Jolt Johmon ....... Ml Ml't +
place with a 8-3 record and St. a mvar' lop h''.....'t.tauan"'-.......P.McClkm,. "J-toM. !,.i/.S_ Ml 4M |
Edwards Is in third with a 4-5 mark. '*. OrlHI', 3-MT4. with doubw.. tm>ma lap Mttani nod-> J.toc-4 wild' dauWan Make a qualifying deposit to anew n

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: ners in Dixie Youth Minor League lor-3' with a double Adam Gl. doubt, Emory Pra>watt and Andy reokerlleel ? Ml 0
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i. over the Rangers Tuesday night. with a doubl., J. Bowen with a alngl, Di; two tlnglee. v TlO.rs (C'Ot7): 70 31 ,,-
Complete standings of the league Elder 2.'or.3. L. Green with a daubl. k: Indian' ,lender: Emory Pravatt 9-lor-3 Whito 4M 11 tTipp

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'is *-Tournament Trail... Starke Giants Win Gainesville TournamentStarke's

Looking' ahead the Brooker
Athletic Association will be Giants the GainesvilleDixie Braves beat Gainesville Went 4-1.The Dogers beat Gainesville East 44. I ,,1tI
homing a men's church tournament Invitational won baseball Giants squeezed 2-1 by the Gainesville Eugene Blye's pitching along wit I S '
at the elementary school Major Boy's Club and the Dogers rolled 1V2 back to back homers by Alan Portel
for the second in a row i
tourney year t
field May 20-21. last 14. over Lake City. and Bob Buckwalter helped the ji t' 1
Saturday, May Giant Paul Akridge pitched a no- Giants effort against the Braves.
Six learns are registered to playIn It took three straight wins the final
the tournament including five for the Giantsto hitter and knocked in the winning run During the championship game
GV
win East
local team and one from a 6-3 over out of the tourney. with a triple in the game against the against GV East pitching bj
come on top
Gainesville. and took Boy's Club. Buckwalter along with good hitting bj
Braves Dogers
Starke teams
the second round of play the Porter and Akridge boosted the
Florida Slate Prison men's tournament fourth respectively.In During
third and places,
the Braves 114 and the Giants to the 6-3 win.
Is set for May 2O-22 at the the first round. of action the Giants beat
Lake Butler Softball complex. Call
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Brenda A tournament Seeley for set information.at Reception Play day at Southside...

and Medical Center In Lake Lockeroom is ori Top of Mens Open'Softball LeagueTwo First and second graders at Southside Elementary give all they've got In
Butler. Tearn interested In attending the sack-race. Students competed In 11 events like tire rolling, walking[ withother
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the tournament should call the rear with two wins each. Wise' Oonnl. avow end td Chfhnnel. Hoc* Donok a football between their legs running with a golf ball In a spoon and
games were cancelled Monday Wheeler and Tommy leddlill, l-h.4.Twtae .
Travel at 406-2222 ext. such
Gilbert events,
night due to rain in the men open soft- / tap RHMmJenv "'_. Yk.... Man.v, .....
179),or 496-3451.: ; Meal ....,.... 2.(..-., Mike" William a>for-3 with twtil
the Lockeroom .
ball league leaving 11M.......... dosMalade..AIMSN
Also this weekend will be a Athletes and D-J Country Boys tied

Senior Boys Invitational tournament for first place in the standings. Tlwrsd.y.May. tl M t ll AAU Team Getting Ready. For StateLake
alias set tat I 1
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Lockeroom is 5-1 while the Country _
although It Is not sanctionedby ne'wt 11 &.do tar TerryI.rdae. Jell lIens andKen
any organizations.Starke Boys are 52. Lockeroom proved their 0-lest t no w I Test ell'-...-.. Region AAU team have been Simon Mitchell. From Keystone
Stars will be the host strength last Thursday night rolling Iach ef .m M* klmniSIII _lit JoM, Smith. J-tof, alias Ise- practicing and scrimaglng in Heights are Richie Vey and Darin
at Edwards Field Saturday, 18-2 over mutually ranked Country llowell",'-4. Green.
team
for
.... preparation the state tournament
doubt
loss O l tee MMnuMeinaa' | with TANDUMM Miatfcefoein team will
the
May 21.Allday. Boys. Lockerooms only was a Artilette. 01tawny June 2426. Saturday, May 21, I
Boys, of Lake Butler will forfeit to Olin's Mobile Homes two w.dnsday.May") Wlldteta "'I travel to Palatka to scrimage with
be In the tournament along with weeks ago. DJCeun""ySev! 91.OIIn'lMoelleHomel The original group of 26 girls has some of Coach Jim Easter's players.,
the wo oaao o, ItTw'.o salsas. "'I dwindled to 12. Two Starke membersof will
four other teams from Jackson- Olin's is in third place in stan- a-wttoMan 'The state \tournament be in
010 111 4 3.9 Chandler and '
with 3-3 record. Lawtey the team are Daren Gainesville.
ville. dings an even: amden Me hlne.: Hen*, Co bin ,-...-9. Tommy
and the3-W Raiders are bringingupAIVE1CAS



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7-49 Preabytertan-Firat Baptist IE (heat) methods. you should follow CLEANSER a4-el.: '
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*,.,' been moved up a weelvfrom May 28. back to May 20. Beat Rookies 10.:1'of: .
to May 21. Age groupe will be:T-Ball ages 4-6t Walk, don't run....
The Festival Is an event 'to, Smallfry Softball ages 6-8, and Jr. Lawtey Cubs rolled tai over Red-
showcase talents such as ballet gym Softball ages 9-12. Age determiningdate dick Rookies Friday'night, May 13, Those were the rules In this race Saturday when 30 weekend at the Bradford Hospital were In honor of National
nastics piano etC!. being taught in the is the child's age on June 13, 1983. behind the pitching of Jerald Brown. entries took off on the one mile Fun Walk.Activities last Hospital Week.
area. It will not be an open(talent, Also, if the child has played T-Ball Brown threw 14 strike outs while i,
show. All performers must be part of two years or completed 1st grade he A giving up only three hits and helped in,
I, a Class (individual or group) taught she will be placed in Smallfry. Soft the scoring with a homerun. 60 Participate in 'Fun Run' Saturday
by an Instructer Other leading hitters for the Cubs
Instructors Interested entering ball.Games are scheduled to begin June were J. McNeal 3-for-3 with a Sixty energetic athletes gatheredfor tional Hospital Week. memLers from Jacksonville were the
students in the Festival should call 13 and will be played in the mornings r homerun, double and single A. Kittel a three mile "fun-run" and "fun- Participants were split as 30 entriesran first to cross the finish line In the run.
the Rec. Department at 964-6792 to during the'Rec.''Department' sum- l-for-3, J. Johnson 'and C. Johnson. walk" Saturday, May 14 at the Bradford 1 in the three mile run and 30 in the Trophies were awarded to the
sr enter. mer program..Clinics for each.group each 2-for-S County Hospital in honor of.Na I one mile walk. Three track club overall finishers in both events. RIbbons
: were awarded to first, second
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AMERICAS: FAIVHIY DfcUG STORE place various
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When serious about 35mm J
People came from all over northeast
Florida to join in the run In-
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; Winners in the three mile race were
( II'" .''II\ I"" .. II '..'.' ..' ii'' ..'. .; i ECKERD in finishing order Warren Wilson In
16:06: minutes, Jame Jones in 16:44
PROCESSING and David Pearce in 17:00.:
Winner of the mile walk event was
Each negative Is examined for color., ''arf 13 year old Dewey Williams. Brian
denslty ft contrast Dobbs and Ernie Williams came in second
and third respectively.Other .
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Christ HarreU
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.. .U( .. .. ,_. _....- ._.-' ...1"' *I,4tC.lt' k-lll.. I 5 !, fOtBIIAOfQllCOUNTY.\ lend and Chile OF FLORIDA. .'

.u..oco- 71 .a U .PDl. SeatsS r a ,.,... N.1521.41 5' S' 71.U ui (. S ". "Fan';,Joint own***! doing .EIGHTH JUDICIAL
!, : -Porn .. .. 'l'' ., -.. .... .. .. .
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tniitneu under C1tICUIT.INANO
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...,* I IIC* 1611* k 110*, 1C UII I..t *..>.C.< ,IO.MII, .. DIVISION name of C 4W GARAGE FOR BRADFORD :

rtlM ./,, IU"'" U "" .t\ f f100 '._"._._.__-U, CASE NO. I3-I1S-CP Rout, 2, 1"1&.1\\ COUNTY.
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lei-tet FILE NOl 1-0477 COM.NO.B341SCAFEDERAL :
: : : Stork rlorlda
: ', il 33091 In-
.... ... ...... .tct -T li'Mviicfki BI '
.. .. .. .---- .... :: tends 10"01.-told lie LAND BANK
..n..oooII II1CII ala. M O n.ti .,,.' '.II t InRe'iEltateof '
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4 C f III I 1MIIktlllt -ee..e.II., tct tt it *imki. e....... .... $11417. .I.....,. flam under );tbe. OF' COLUMBIA..
Donald P. Bagwell
HI III .../. Of .. .. ,, IIforaMkf Plaintiff,
.Ioful.. '
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"t9.. ... .. hn.h .; .;._., .. CCtKT-tOC-l: 1 : -1 '?('\; \INN 40.55 $7.05 _.. V.. .
cuue-oOl.' .s 7S aa alll55alol. Pubic ........ tCT IT kftlttkl 'c..." '' ''' I 'f Do.*.. this, :3rd liay of J. M. EDWARDS JR...and

5115 ci CIc. ... r May A.D. .1983 In Brndford '
:::114":0": : C NOTICE'OF BETTY L; EDWARDS his.
c/Pt '). (cctlkc-ooo-l oi il -A- ..4n' ,:, rriiii ...a.ttt:- c $.kO.* c ......* ...... '
: -- $CI I* Of h;.fell* II-CM9 lie ADMINISTRATION. .CoonBIOS wlf; 'and VALERIE .J.
Ct71,,-..... ;; ; Ii Calls MlCtI.n. a 0 LMN10 :. ....n cr 10 tk..it. rut ctK, c* : <''I ,"i "<< ." rClpCI 5/26 HALL. T.rutta.' In
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U 111. a. NIN c. 11114 .' I' no-m ,to ,
'''14 II tc' "J.' ......;'Ft...__ .:-___. TO Ail PERSONS HAVING IN THE. CIRCUIT COURT Bankruptcy for" J.M. Ed-

----..-- Ctl4tOCl II.' If ..." : KkCfklC 4 OCtCk' s.I0)0 CLAIMS' OK 6f FLORIDA word*. Jr.. Cat No.
MLIO" $Or40 e 1/P/0 ...... l lld4'r C1 *. '
cer.-oa. 00" U !*! OP kkl/4 C '.s DEMANDS AGAINST THE 7V-0009B United. Stare
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uc al ft cco Cf 11.14. r ... I ... kl/4 k CV } 1.HI tit "d .1'w f AND EIGHTH JUDICIAL
S15N/ ABOVE ESTATE '
Itt* 1C Ikl I */k Cf CO !" ,', .f>-<4< :,,*. AU, .-.r ..CIRCUIT,JNAND.FOR Dlttrfcl Court. NorthorrI'DI.trlc"
.' '. -" -, OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED
..17ielu4-e SICSSC of Florida
..... .... .. ..... ..... ....," .' BRADFORD COUNTY
su-----."-".---_ -------'---- -- N. icti1tcacfi. .. il t'; .. c 5 4. .11.... IN THE ESTATE: Calnetvllla 01"....... and
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cum-o. .4 ;; as tVttOkl NO** ... Ik 4 C* CCkt tO* I FLORIDA!
h.e toiittf rent lcr YOU ARE HEREBY VALERIE J. HALL. Trvite. .
((P al II ((0 C' $5114 C" '. fto Oils y CASENO.03IS3CAIN
kll/4 I .L. k 4Cret. fM trt if I-S I-5 ; v'' NOTIFIED that, the administration In Bankruptcy for Betty L.
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..* ;CC TICCfT. 5 ( 'of- ''th* Edwards Co.
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I TO POI / Ou55_ .ttosI ME The
,; i* t er n. Kt'j. IN .tot. of DONALD P. ; marrlog of 79-<<1097. United State.

cn.-aac.r ;; ;;;; IIMllkt >CI(t P I lkC JtTl ,"... t..iHK ..1 t 11/4 <. tin 4 BAGWELL, deceated. JOHNNIE O. SUMMER.. District Court Northern ,

((. or 55 cco CI ..I4 flP S Cr .h' ICs | l.kt t I'S Cf Cot. Number B3-35-CP. Husband '
5.0IISUP tt t tl III* District .' Florida. ;
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...* TC ftl k 904* I IM*rlO I IxNlal:: -- .;.. .....I.-- -_. _._. pending In' the Circuit DEBRA ANN fASON CONAGRA. INC.. a
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Court for Bradford County
11 II 11 rtOIO t... 4t KNit ItiljltCtlllCIMO SUMNER Delaware Corporation!
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ec.,.,..COOO) JOHtltCk 5 S J* c.k* C $05.." n W nntiiti- i* e' let .lon. the oddreit of
M.ll INC.
S M. cf "/| ? rt 101 CMC t* tt rt 144 t f* '
:.m'Cr lkl/4 J. .....u.... ..." ...._ ,,, which I I. P. O. Box B. NOTICE Of SUITNOPWOKRTV JOHN A. TORODE;

.- 4' ..-._.... ---_._._--- S,......, Florida ..33091.totlv ALACHUA MILLING
C777C00007 ; i CO* .OIC.... ..N.as'I II K II Mtl.l>*.....|....l .f 0 .!...r. T''". p.r.onal 1 ,Pepr00al
co ;( II ee. w m/4 (. I .44* cr Ml/4 Cf SI7Vaa '. ENTERPRISES, INCr JOE

tCk '4l.ty.S::: :. 'f:.57' '" ... .-..-------..-.-.-...--- ...--.. .... .--., .--. -- .. .. .. .. .... ..-. of the enate to TO: DEBRA ANN BASS: JEFF MCMEEKCN
I 14.41*. I : .$ ""II-C<4l-' II It'll'' ". '. .Itkll. .JCI "f "I'.,. DONALD B. BAGWELL. SUMNER ,ioVb/a ALLEN'S FENCE

....u. ic rci .... ../. C* '''14 Cf .../. whoa. address IB BIO S. : COMPANY MARJORIE
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ccMit-tcg-e it ii II kktcet **rck 0. t1/,5,. ..*...-_1 f. II n .-'i"-'. 005/LIII .LII.a P I' ....... Cherry Street Starti; UNKNOWN: : M. ROBERTS and ATLANTIC
CCf IT M
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s IIC.41 I 14 CK k ...$ t ..' --- --- 'YOI.r ARE: 'HEII I" atTn
situ k 111...* 1C t 515fa1C0 e..u.It.) Ot f I I cooe CM I 5253.03 / attorney .tee Under the Will
I 14 fit f Ck I */k lit
114.44'k lltlt 1414.10'kICOMC cr fills MHO rt $11S0 "below: for Dhwlullan. ''of Mon 'ed FLORIDA
: FARM
rci .4*1 cr kk ca.. N me. f
_. hoi ''b. filed ,
-...-- -- : .. :::: ": .: All persons having rlo0, .n BUREAU MUTUAL INSURANCE "
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cciui-ooo-l tlccr a j,, claim or' ,idemondt against DEBRA ANN
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(Ctl4l-tUC-l 14 II II ..noll IIIMII CLIP ....... COMPANY a
40.91* l in.4a* TO rciHICK ,K ".'. tl kl tC* 0* ..'14 against .... 0040$ are EASON, SUMNER and Florida. corporation;

I k I44.IT 1C II* Ilk ; Cr .../. 1 *I4*. k Tit TC.it required WITHIN THREE yow or. '-r. ulr4>d to PIONEER DAIRY HERD
II Ie II co 1 0/I
"*-00 It* 'ttkt Ill 100* k .n S/b MONTHS FROM THE .
MTV* o-' of IMPROVEMENTASSOCIATION
114.14' 15S CKI .. l tit.44 TO re* copy your
r 111.1C'lCk Ml ItC.'"* TC fC. II kl., .. .M.M1.4b.50--.-. DATE OP THE FIRST wrltton dkHPoht, If any FARMERS
.n..' .' (:ci..-...-. 34 II II : C4.i.t* an* k l POP* r 1105.15 PUBLICATION OF THIS
to l'r; on rh* HutbaixTt MUTUAL EXCHANGE
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OC1144-000-I 19-19 0 i-- Mitcilm .*.* I tl-* 5157.11 f 114 1C fCI I I.....> NOTICE ,to .III. with th. ,mtprn.y. whasi 'UNITED STATES OF

CO >k tC* kll/4 dulls '14"t ,U.U' k ,u..,' TO Ik clerk. of the. above court and address to: ,AMERICA acting ,
TC Sib I* ICC.IItT tltkO ./. CC (' *t .".. Ok 0 *k o written ttalement of the '
through DEPART-
414 ft* *CI. CCkT III 410Mbt lii.il t 4<....* TC rot ISSENT.. MOODY a
P/r 477. .11.... .".... IC 00 any claim oe,.demand SAUAAN.Wm. A. 1.ssent. MENT OF THE TREASURY >
ccuuoc..1: MIITOM tiitiii ccu ....te they hove Each INTERNAL
ICV kll/4 II "114. k TO may REVENUE SERVICE '
ri k cr *ci. ink I TO rci ClI2S611 ICT 14 Of ill I* .1i'1 C .IUMI claim mutt be lit writing. (pi. Exiulro, .403Wmt ) STATE OF I
l. r Cll DISC naH I- Coorala ;tr..t
ft. _.._-.-- ........ and mutt' mdlcot: he FLORIDA. DEPARTMENTOF
) I J Joi4 U 'Li. Post OffIce Boic 10M
...III* klMlklt 5/14.75 111$7-(4-1. t* n iltct KltSTINI tITllll COP .*.... basis for the claim' .... LABOR AND ..
11 II
CtlCf-CCC-l C(. M ik ccr cf III/. Cf : to of 11' ifi R c ,lUkll nam and oodret. of th. 11o....., Florida 320f(. .EMPLOYMENT SECURITY.. ;

"114. I I4C. k III* TC .u rIf I creditor or hi* agent of ATTORNEYS FOR. HUEond' > DIVISION OF EMPLOY.
-- .:
*. I 100. k -
k ICO', I 194
194 TC fti rr iti .C1l49-Ctt-1 f4 II II. I MOC t I *IC.l.ICk. .c t. ''tltt.t. altoa,. oni h. IlAND MENT SECURITY; CUR .
--.-- tctjt). c. .." I* Ik 5 C ( ISIS ;I. amount claimed. If '.... III* 'With; .... TISS BREEDING I INDUSTRIES

CCIC9C-000-T 11 Tl 11 Mt kllTCk 1111... I.......... .. ... ...,_ ........:_h. .. ." .. __ .____.. claim I Is not yet du*. th* clack of 1M abov itylod.
CC* >kO i I0 I iti.ticcr $INC'., a ,
sills. I lCkC II* 10* 006. k > court on oi1 bofara Juno Delaware. corporation

440* k 144* .CO fCIt I 141* I I */k'l*>ll Ill Ck 1 */. due shall be'! r I.toted If 1*. A.D. 1983; "' _I.. 'd/b/o' CURTISS
ico k iti' k ioc TO re* .. .,* 1i .
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IC fCI COM Ktkt ,,7 th claim *
I*contingent or a; Iudg.m.nrtroy be BREEDING'SERVICES.'
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,111.I*. ICI.44''. .. n.'. k 'f-
CCtClt-000-l It tl 11tCTl jcrtiTCk 0 .In... ........* 1C... '. unliquidated, Ihe nature __eel 1IgO..... ybv for W.N.: AVERA;. and J.L.

II. I' f 10 Cf lit 14 OkCM -. -- of the uncertainty hall.. .... >.!li.F! domend InHw' CARTER.Dfndantt. r
.> Ik rlMTC 1C .C....-..(-. ft tt II ', ',- 5OLII(1U1,00S/01 It, 0 O142.71 .b.detcrlbedni. th.claim '
-- -- -- canpioint'orr.4- _
CC* 01 111' I t/M *.! PC10b t ,
cci4t-ooo-t II tl U kMOOk I pjtMC. ,1115,1) .* .II SIP Ck I "OJ I I. S secured the uncertainty

lkl/4 Cf '' '14 III ../. I II f1C ....11.. t ICT.lt* TOCCkt 505III' shall. b* ..o.....* tlon.'WITNESS hand ,NOTICE OF SALE &.

Ie I I"*, k lit",. ..{9C* I Th. clolm.nt Moll my ,
10 1(1 and tsw''s.a1' of' told

oeulIaaaiiJ'i' It Ht "CII.T 0 J* IH.... deliver aufflc.... cop *1 Court .... Notlc* to hereby given.
29th of
Kl/4 Cf rillS I* 11/4 C 4 4-00-T ,19 .1 II : ', ,>OtlHlk..l ICkMC I t f ::1..... of th* cWm to the c....... on day that tI/
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.. ... ccr /i ,.I""to i T511r/I0 ik -" ..... April. A.D. 1983.GILBERTS. pursuant .to Final
CCIltt-COO-t is sf ': rikClk CCkMO r f tHIktCrtCMtttl ....... 9 */, ,1-,, It* Ck I */kr| to. enable th.. (look. tomall BROWNA. Judgement of It
Ct. Ik co. III...* ro* CCktk 414.41* it, rtl l ,.. ono copy to'och'prtonal : For.closure-.nt.r.d'
lilt* I IK.40 I ......* 1U. l 9 k', 1C t / 9:-i'ltt:: .Clerk of Sold CourtS In, ,..ath

k 151..5 re* s.t t '- 55' 'CI'4015 Itt.41 70.00505JInks' .k I1 ,I' ".; ;w ,. representative., .'SYsu.Mady.7. obove-tryleoUwrtlan.. .,.in. .
; .. -...- __fir tI.ot; ... Alii p.r,_*: JntMvtere ( art MeyOoKW 3.1..ndlloi.ib.
; : ; "r.o.. ... "'td,
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cc..e.-._ 5 "ITO t M :; i.j .C.4tl-.IO v-, I0 41 .0> 501$5155510401. 1.$ 0 .. I.' ce. CACT ICIcP. 551/5 ,... ..,. '.f"'" '''.,.( wt ''t"- .,'" .', ..... .C*' .t I551'SIC. 501555 ...,..to:> '-.T i ''', ;:r n y4:-. whom a of shut. j 51 a b .3/417 41g1b 6/26' Sin
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sill 114 lie LOPINT .. !. /k llrlt II* Ck 15/5. N-t ._ 'r "' copy Bradford". County, > NT
: : :' kt* :'. :.:. I $tll.l* tO ttl Cb5t :, Nonce of AdmlnlilraMan PUHKNOTICC FIortda.OII, deKrlbed. on- ><
rt re* rci ln lie 1. ..114'k 111.11'. k 41C. I "" .<.?, ,- has boert moll'd p.. rer th* attached. Schedule of b
fT. k IIC I 110* I TO Ml i.9* tc ret .. .-
IOC TXT flXIt CIIC Ik C* --- ,+ .; roo ..._ qui..... WITHIN THREE After May 31. 1983. Real Property, at public- it

II-4C1 II T.
C* Kt-tCl CPt ikt I "" rtviik ro.lf DATE OP THE' FIRST
f.
personalproperty
-- Sib k" Ii* Ok i I/5 toraga a on der for cash, at the Main n

oeult-...-. .. Tl II "". ion ctici k ....,. >*...* :|$177.11* TO MlCCM PUBLICATION OF THIS belonging to door of the Bradford N

!!i-'U.J!!,gf.l.Jl'.o..._.....__.o__.____..._..._-N_... lc', k' .....'. N*.k NOTICE to III* any ob- Mr. Donnl Martin County Courthouse In t

CCMlt-OOO-O ti ii JOktl IIMtk lit '".n. 14.l 4>..llk, >, li.1C. *.* 1C ttlk rot 10"'. k, (''' '. ectlont( they may hove Rout 1. Stark. whkh isprs.ntly Stark, Florida et .13:01 It
ICT I Ik kt lkCk I/O IIITf ,
IJktUK* ICT CIK 014i that chollenget Ihe located ot she P.M.. East.r51, Daylight .,

-- .e...( -*...-. ft 01 If Mtllllklll' IBkOC 1 t I Kll.ITctttiacoi validity of tho ....... W.C. Terrell retlrfence.Rout Tim; on the 14th day of .!2

uu.-...-. a.$ itcmtt jeco: .>" ; 117.11 CCH, I f M fCI tt kll/4 Of'(.. will. the qualifications' of 1, Ron 96, 10th June 1983.
,
111/4 I lt k 1C IC PO
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\N SIC Iti Cf tCt I rt I : : ,CCkfll tM4rlll.l ....II"" ", th. peraonal ...........- Av*., op raw. 2 mll*> ;GILBERT BROWN .,

-- .. k. ..e.. CN HIM tl.t,' >. lall_. or the venue orlurltdlctlon hat of Stork. ,.,CLERK 0
OCI141-COO-4 Tl IIkl kltll4klM tklk ', k 141 Tt fCI :
o .11. of the Court. S/192tchg 5/76 BY; Seulah Moody V
.
941* Cf ...14 Cf ".114' ;
:. ratlklk3l UkMC I I I'..... ALl CLAIMS
.".. i .. titr II II r..ckk IN fi ILif ,, 1, ...0- Deputy Clerk ,1 1
,
CC* CC* It M ell C* '"14 "* *. DEMANDS,. AND OBJECTIONS .
-. ti/4 5. no*. >c. TO rat u 'M

*.12.-...-. 14 11 IIIK ***cti. mil *. :-'........ ..*.. ....U' tO k
*l ri k..*I k I Ikl 0* IKl I4k CH kill* J4.9*. NI04k .. 1 WILL BE FOREVER BAR .PROPERTY), Ii
.l kTI It* ./.. x555 I Sill tc I r/k 011115. *o t Ck RED.

.u'", ne. nc TO uk .. ., fl. JJ" ', .. _. ..-... Dot of? the flrtipublkoilon City of Stark. to PARCEL It
*/ ..<. rr *..* lCk' */krc ccttcioti1.1 .. cue .a c* nt rtl i Dca .e..a 5t11s111e1 '''..'1 calling for bid to r-roof A:, SVi of NSW

." '. !# : of this Notice the flrehoM* and. other/ %i all that portion. of A
'i'i
.... of Administration. 13May19B3. th. SVi of of %
SWM SE
,|
rlard work 'In
cctiii-ooo-t it tl 11 MCIII .>OHk i J* 0 tUM O 5151.7/ I JUJU"======:==;;::: .. connection '

1(711.4.1.6 Ik X Olllcc t.lll<-CtO-t II II II v*<<*'". tnat 400. b 5 .kk 5' ...... DONALD BAGWELL therewith:'The bid. lying West of center line l'
I* e/k tCTII.. Of it..va kCCOl i* k B. will be oponed of 7M of Alligator Creeki. NWV4 ,T

....Ct I'"tII AiPeroanai of SW'/4 and all, that
...,__r 1C Tl 11Ik OUT ttl**... I .oa..*. I 5151.1. '. .. ......Io.lv.of tho P.M. In e ..regulor" City part 5 t
of South
Socrm SW%
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Students! en.f )\Tjieta Club's talent show' ';) F


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Bracuora wwaiescnooj \\l Pedme, Penny Jellel'1l0l1'OO IOSJr-f ildL Editor." Students' writing when properties. Crosby cxpl.mWd. I hat this ,
4th Annual Junior Beta Club Talent lllty' members graded the next day, showed real concern was done currently but cost, .the city'".1 ',"- .
Show Friday afternoon, May 6. also participated Including Marian about of about 140,000 per year ,
some aspects our community The1 CetfMi' and certain other fishes are believed to have
A variety of talent .. .
including Bill
music iDouglas, Mcilae Jim Peronto< : poorly filled potholes on city '4 tatte bud<<(* in the skin "
singing and dancing was displayed Cynthia Ron and Lorraine' Smith. streets( unsanitary restroom facililes Seventh grader Joy Vellenga many; .. t"e'_ their \bodnt.Gifts .

Mailer of Ceremonies for the performance -' Special thanks to Carol Stevenson' and at city recreation parks, poor railroad wanted to know why ''county-Jail ;
were Beta Club members Willie Mae Randolph for musical accompaniment crossings, .unsightly private properties residents" could not be used.to keep, : !:$
: Fries Banks, Jennifer Browns Greg > ana to Florida Pest and several others. Pratt Street Rec. In tip-top shape.The
Wiggins,Brad Green, Maria Thomas Control .for loaning, plants for: stage vClty Commissioner Jimmy Crosby 1 Jail Is Just across the street and they. .
pam Clark Jackie Nguyen and Debbie :decorations. readily accepted Mrs. Stanwix-Hay's could work in exchange for their
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Parrish. Proceeds for the talent show. go to. invitation to address these student meals. She thought this would also be, II
Those students participating in the the National Cancer Society. :, concerns and explain city governments good community servicefor those (
talent show Included: CorelhaDaniels Artist of the week: Julie Ferguson role in these ares. ., convicted on DUE '
,.Stephanie Cubbedge;. Maria did a drawing of a butterfly In pencil .i.Commissioner Crosby began with f*, "
Thomas Kim. Sapp, Sandra Cain, and marker. the statement: "There is no free VWhy not consider annexation?" 1"i \ ; tD
Lori Alvarez. Jackie Nguyen, Sheila J.E. Tomlinson, Florida Bank lun h." He explained that nothing Is another student wondered. Then the1
Shannon,.Mm Clark, Donna Langley, president, visited the 8th grade free. Someone pays for every service burden of city taxes would be shared w
Tar Marciinnt Shilynn Chaff, Wendy 1 classes of, Gail Floyd and Julia Rippltnger and every product; although it may .by niore people who right now are out
Hal), Tammy Lynn. Audra Brantley. on Friday, April ,20 to. speak not be the direct receiver. aide the city limits but using ,the 1\
Sara, Starling, 'Becky Bonnette, about banking in general, Interest and City taxpayers pick up the bill for a buildings and services,'also.,'!
Priscilla. Welch, Jessie Simmons,; loans,.A big thank you to J.E. for his lot of services enjoyed in Starke by
Timmy Golden, Tammy Henley' flme. folks living outside the city limits: The class enjoyed having an elected
Blanca Simpson Karen Hodges Kim Last Tuesday's writing assignment ball parks and streets for example. official visit them. One studentremarked
Fillyaw, Shelly Murch, Barbara, for, Mrs. StanwUrHay's first period Student Shaun Schmidt suggested "It's nice to know helltens

Smith. ; Sherry Martin; Jackie Davis, .class, wn*; a sample "Letter ,to the, using inmate labor to maintain city to kids who can't vote." WidFjVjfffti

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By Dolores Meng Sierra-Avlles, Samantha Truman, Lolcana: p participation in monitoring the walk. ". 1s'of)( : "
Phone; 468-101 Corey Van Syckel, Frank Williams Seventh grade Elizabeth Rict Sixth grader Kasey Ford was the 'EDDIN&
,and Stcy Young. catelli. first to complete the five mile run, that's
Hampton Elementary School Second grade Stacy Aviles, Gene 'RUNATHONOn < with Angela Truett, a fifth grader; ,. 'I NIIPI,1fsVJ1'J17'I: NS:
Honor Roll ':. Bin, Philip Carter Donald Dick, Billy April 27, Hampton Elementary placing second. !Porfoctfor
Those students listed on the Honor Kyle and Michael McKenzie. School participated in a five mile Srt.. I .. : __. __ eES:
Roll for the fifth six weeks. grading Third. Josh Cruze David Feezell Walk/Run-A-Thon sponsored by the The days event was completed with IfIE5"
period are: Jessica Fisher, Dana Hall Joey Hall Florida Association for Health,. refreshments of cookies and cold Brides ,
All A's: First Grade Jose Aviles, Regina Padgett, David Roberts anti Physical Education and Recreation. drinks furnished by the. parents and '
Angela 'Baker, Shannon Edwards, Fletcher. Roqgers. For the past three years the McDonald's.
Den Radford and Kimberly Wilson. Fourth grade Melissa Byrd,Wyatt students have teamed up to fight I
Second grade Faye Cruxe .Collins.Aimee Hodges and T.J. Ot:. heart disease and stroke by participating NEW STUDENT
Danielle Hersey and Joseph Miller ton.Fifth in the American Heart On May 10, the fourth grade Leonards
Third grade Scott Branham. grade Allison Archey, Association "Florida Heart Games." 'welcomed Tommy Condone, formerly
A's and B's; First grade Morgan, Angela Mitchell Cindy Davis 'Parents and volunteers helped to of Long Island New York to their Silver andCrystal

E.ty, Johnny Hernandes, ,Elina, Rhonpll tEstes, Mary Hill and Jerry make this a successful event by their class,.
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I Red Cross merges with N.E. Florida Chanter at a reasonable ,seiiser"

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0.,. i'Buck" WUlocks, Executive that Red Cross has celebrated one Chapter. "In the future we will be ed oui t very well for all concerned and
: Director of the Northeast Florida hundred years of service and entering working with other counties surrounding resulted in the chapter being named '
, Chapter announces the consolidation the second century of rendering Red Jacksonville with the intent of the Jacksonville Area Chapter. Now
of Bradford County Red Cross with Cross : services to the' people of establishing a Metropolitan Area that consolidation has become a reality Everything for the .Bride \
I the Northeast Florida Chapter, America Willocks stated ,the Chapter whereby all communites will the'name has been changed once
American Red Cross with head- organization has found that con-' have the advantage of the paid career again from Jacksonville Area ".u.-. .. .. "
,- quarters in Jacksonville. Willocks soudating smaller "units of the staff who are expert in their field to be' Chapter to Northeast Florida ChapterIn
I states he has met with community' American Red Cross; with a large able to' work with the volunteer explaining the structure of the The Office
.: leaders and the County Commissioners 'chapter offers to all citizens of the leadership in the Individual communities Northeast Florida chapter, Willocks Shop
to point out the advantages to chapter Jurisdiction a definite advantage -;* in carrying out the Red explained "The chapter now has Call "
the citizens of Bradford County' in seeing\ that the very best Red Cross services," Willocks went on to seven counties with a population of 110 W. Street Downtown Starke 964-5764;

I brought about by the consolidation. Croat services available .are, >tate. 870000. These counties include Duvall
At the present time, the American rendered. This would be the case of Fourteen the Duval Clay;,Nassau. Baker. Bradford and
I Red Cross'. has 8,000 chapters Bradford County Red Cross consolidating County Chapter consolidated with the Union counties in Florida as well as
throughout the -United States. Now with the Northeast Florida Clay County Chapter which has turn- Camden County in Georgia.

FtorMa. authorized the preparaMan tha West line ef old Telegraph once a week' dlnanca, which appearsIn 87 degrees, 58 minute Southerly boundary of
i All allected tan- and advertisementof NEVi of Section 6; thence ,fqr .four consecutive full below will b*considered and 39 seconds East the rlght-of.way of State
I I Legal Notices payers property owner : she appropriate on- North I degree 27 ',w.*..* prior to "its enactment lor enactment on parallel. with said Road 100; thence
and citizen* of Bradford nexotlon ordinance. minute and 29 seconds those ipeclllc the 17th day of May. Southerly boundary Southeasterly along sold
County, Florida ore .Irv, NOW; THEREFORE BEIT West, along sold Wont: date being May 12, 1983. at the City Cam- 99.03 foot to the Southerly boundary to
'I from. page 14A) vItal la attend told hear. ORDAINED BY THE CITY line 2385.80 feet,,to ,th.' I 1983; May 19. 1983. May mission meeting starting aforesaid Easterly boundary th* Point of Beginning
I It I th* arc of said curve NOTICE log and, present comment COMMISSION OF'THE centerline of AlUgatar M*, 1983 :and Jun* 2. at 7:00 ,..... at the City : thence North 1 Section 2- ThIs or-
.0 I along. said Westerly rloht. .nd discussion CITY OF STARKE.: a*. Cr.* thence rt,/along 1983. Th*first reading of Hall' In Stark, Florida. degree, 51 minute and dlnanca shall be advertised -
IlL- f af waHnes o chard TotwPaMitlzi't MAYCONCE5N'5u concerning the Prefect fpllmmt th* centerllnoK, ,0'Jh. *j Ordinance shall cc'curonMavt7.1953 and If than adopted on 21 second East, along' In It.entirety 'In the
.b I distance. of 8437 ...,,_ : and me> proposed bond j SectionPursuant...,.,, AJ10PJI'J"Ct.. '. -. and Q Ict fyildli5fSti1i b4'ths.IdreJ -' ;;;-" f.Aej"'y boundary,' 'Srofl, s4onagy...
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. I. cdt5aW. t"4 "' you' t wn. ."ptEAS f4llll-!! _..!1RIIUMt' 81ft phlatinon.d.cid ,*.I. to'Itieietart'ef" ,Se.. !II;_:"fOI1In" t__ ,1j.. t f:.:.1..'f\,,, for fInal' raodlng'._r : 100.0 feet lo hd' Pofnr, <>( ',//Telegraph; Once a week P- '
" laid' chord dlstdncat hoW TAKE NOTICE/THAT W.: appeal any < lion 1n: .044, '.Florida dlsrancesi 'NOfl" .IIO.lit !IrmidlnaKhali. occur on and adoption on the 7th Beginning. (Bearing ,for four consecutive
" Ing a bearing1 at South 0 BRADFORD. COUNTY dacltlon. ,mode x by' the Statutes, the corporate degrees 21 minute and -Jun. 7. '1983: \, day of June. 19S3 at she shown 'In this' description weeks prior to It. anact-
* degree 38 minutes and HEALTH FACILITIES Board .of County Commissioners .,. limit of the City of 22 seconds East 206.M. Section $X All law*. City Commission' are based on Ih.Department ment, those specific
' 50 seconds Wont, thence AUTHORITY Will. ,HOLD at this hearing Starka, Florida or*: feet;: South 86 degree, ordinance rule and meeting starting at 7:00 of Transportation data being May 12
* South .B*..degrees 34 IN THE he will need a record hereby extended to .Include 50 minute and .31 regulation of th*City of p.m. af the City Hall 'In. right-of-way mop of 1983. May 19. 1983. May
" minutes and 20 .econd A MEETING af the proceeding and ,land lying Contiguous seconds East, 136.14f Storks of .general application Starka. ,florldo. The Or. 'State Rood 100, Section 26. 1983 and June 2,
H West 21$.25 feet to a COUNTY 'COMMiSSlOWER'S ha.may need to IfItUI'O'' ta the prsent _'; North 38 degree, throughout Its dlnanc shall .road a* 2B02O-2S02. sheet 4 of 4)). 1983. The first reading of
MEETING
t' concr..nmonum.nt. that 0 verbatim record of corporal limit of th. 19 minute and >55 existing boundaries and follow: Parcel 2A parcel of th* Ordinance shall occur
., thence North 6 degree 2 ROOM' IN THE RAD'' the proceeding I* made ''City of Starka lying |In econds East.. 179.83' corparata limit shall ORDINANCI! land lying In the WElt\ of on May 17, 1983 and
COURTHOUSE
!) minute end 50 econds FORD COUNTY whichrecord Include, Bradford County feet: North 25 degree*. also apply throughout AN ORDINANCE EXTENDING SE'of\ Section 30 the second and final
, East 210 lees to a concrete ON THURSDAY. th* testimony andvldence Florida' described 'a* 54 minute, and 10 the boundaries and corporate THE CORPORATE Township 6 South Range reading shall occur on
'' monument, thane* MAY9., 1983 AT. ; 7.30 upon which th. follow: econd East "197.81 limit of told City LIMITS OF THE 22 East Bradford County. June 7. 1993.Section .
* I I In and a Northerly poroll.I'.o direction theWe.t.tltrtrtght"Ol I-**! RobrhJh. appeal I"I is to be bated.. A part of Section 31'' feet; North 33 degree,' a* extended by this Ordinance. :,CITY OF STARKE TO INClUDE Florida; sold parcel 3All law.
* I Corg.*Chairman 1tehg5/19 and 32. Township 6. 27 minutes and 44 CERTAIN LANDS being more particularly ordinance, rule and
! I .' 6I-; sold State'way NOTICE OF South, Rang 22 East 'seconds Lost 1150.34, : Section 4-v Until the 1 LYING CONTIGUOUS TO described a* follows! regulation of the City of
Highway 210.23 feet toe ItehgSlfNOTICE !PROPOSED ENACTMENT and a part of Sections 5 feet; North 20 degre City of Starfca shall exer.cl <'THE EXISTING! CORPORATE A parcel of land being Slarke of general "...
: concrete monument --.I. ORDINANCE and 6 of Township 7 07 minute* and .'42 : .. Its toning powers LIMITS OF THE 100 feet In width bound- plication throughout "its
; thence Easterly along 'IY CITY COMMISSION loath Rang. 22 East, seconds lost, 911.69; over.the territories annexed CITY AND GENERALLY ad on th* North by th* existing boundarIes and
the Southerly right of STARKE, FLORIDA' Bradford County, feet 'North 33 deara** by this Ordinance, LOCATED ALONG STATE Southerly boundary al corporate limit hall
.. way Una of Seaboard TO liD Florida; and being mar 07 .minute' 'and -OBecond all of the valid and cur ROAD 200 (U.S. 301)). the right-of-way of State< also apply throughout
J I Alrlina Railroad 210.23 Stork l No'lco'i.'I .hereby'given particularly. described a* East 1004.44 rent .ffoe I". zoning PROVIDING THAT ALL Rood 100 ((100' R/W). the boundaries and corporate .
.! I feet ta paint of !beginning Th, City of >. that th. proposed or- follows feet;' North :32 dear***;- regulation, restrictions EXISTING LAWS. ORDINANCES bounded on the East by limit of said City
: I oil , .. TownshIp 6 South,Range Onral. The liability bids will becp.n.d In full below, will be contiel. pip located at the NW seconds East; 1000.00 adopted by she Board of REGULATIONS SHALL' a'parcel owned by dinance.
22 East. .....for enactment on comer of th*,.5E14 'of feet North 31 .degree, County Commissioners' APPLY IN SAID AREAS; Pine Forest Limited and Section 4- Until the
PARCEL 8: SM acres In at 7:00 '.M.ln aregular the !l7th- day of May. SW1 ;af cold Section :32 36 minute and 291: of Bradford County, AND PROVIDING' FOR recorded In O.R.5. 169 ,City of Starke shall ...r.
j, I Southwest corner of City CommIssion 1W.. .at,tha"CIV Conv' (also' being th. NW corner seconds,, East '507.10)) Florida' (....continue\, In AN IMMEDIATE EFFEC.TIVE P, 402 8 403 of the public else its lonlng power
'! I -'NE\\4 .of SW'/4, bounded meeting ,on ,Juna 31, ''....I"Joo'Ing.'orll"o of Block of Nichols feel;, North 51 degrees: full fore and eflactthrghou' DATE records of said Co..ntyL over the territories annexed .,
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1 I Wmf by Wmf line of 1983. The bide. I tr at 7:00: p.m. at th* City Acre a* per plat recorded 55 minute' and 36.econd th* sold land WHEREAS! the city Vth '- bounded en the West by by this Ordlnonca.
i NEM! of SWV4 North by, .ad aloud.\ Th City_ tlul. In Stark,. Florida. In Plot Book 3. Pogo: *' Lost 313.39 being annexed. owner af th* the Westerly boundaryof all of the valid and current
State Road S 100A. lost r''*rv the right to cc"Cept "3S of the public record Section 9 This 'or. described effective
and 'I If, than adopted on feet:, thence North ,*) herelnalter said NEVi of SEVi and zoning
. by private rood South bySouth' ofSW'e or reject| any ef' all! first reading will be considered of sold County) for Pont( degrees, 21 mmuteexanaV dlnanc shall became offectlve -_*' 'property and desire ta bounded on the South by regulation restriction
: llno"of ME'A 31 bid. far final' reading of Beginning and run 02 seconds East. 736.24 'Immediatelyupon hove voluntarily annexed a ling tOO feet Southerly and map heretofore
i of 6 Section lid specIfications may'be "and adoption on tha 7th South 68 degrees. OS feet to the Westerly.... Its enactment, and Into the city the land af when measured at adopted by the Board of

-, 22 Township 10.,."< V:South,'Range. obtained at' the 209 CityClark't N. ,day af June. 1993 al lh. minute. and 24 seconds' of th* SE'A of NWVt of Immediately upon' Usnactment ,hereinafter' described: right angle to, andparallel County Commissionersof
PARCEL Cl All Of SM aide* City Commission Weir, along Westerly old. Section 32: thence, .. certified' ,,and with the Bradford' County,
, lion 36 Township 6 Thompson Strt meeting1 starting at 7:00. prolongation of )he Nor- South 4 dogr.... 41 copies hereof ore ta b* WHEREAS the City dfarsald Southerly Florida shall continue In
; .for the Stark! Ifwrry boundary of sold .Hled with the CI.:01 'Commission af th* City'o. of tha full, force and effect
. South. Rang 21 East, lying p.m, at the City Hall 'In minutes and 19 second* ... boundary right-of-
: South af 'Railroad Comm l I. t (Ion Stark. Florida, The Ordinance Black 'f, e "_.of East,' longH'dw.itorly.' !!jlhI"ClrMft, Court( ."for', Stark. Florida way of Slat Road tOO throughout the sold land
; LESS AND EXCEPT, Fractional N.II" | I.. Tuckrr shall read o* :11.19 feet ta an "fntrec-; llnv. 1259.84 feet I* she Bradford and the State of ;desires to have .the Parcel 3A parcel of "being annexed.
WIt thereof lying CltyCkrk5l4ichg6109 lion with a line 1000 lest SW earner th..oh." Florida Deportment. .of voluntary annexation occur land lying In the NWVi\ of Section 5- This or.
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South'of. Hid railroad followsORDINANCE yvsterly of' when t.......* South 4 aegra**. 'State. ; pursuant to the pro'vision SEVi af Section 30, dinance hall become ef-
and ''LESS' AND EXCEPT '.,. AN ORDINANCE IX.. measured at right angles' 43 minute and 449 PASSED THIS ...,day of. of th* generallaw Township 6 South Range factlva Immediatelyupon
that part at $'*. afSEMtying NOTICE; TENDING THE CORPORATE .la .Ih* Westerly boundary seconds East, along the ;;, Jun., 1983.. of' th. Stale of 22 Eoet Bradford.Coun lie" enactment, and
West'of the East;' OFPUBLIC 'LIMITS OF THE af the R/W af State". Westerly line afxth,". CHAIRMAN, iFlorldormor being'-Seeitlofl *" -"tyt;"Florida,'sold parcel Immediately upon Ire
line of lake Rowelf., HEARING CITY OP STARKE TO INCLUDE : .Road 200 (U.S. 301));' NW'/ at NEtS of SW..f.,'. City Commissioner' 171.044, Florida being mare.particularly .nactmant certified
PARCElDiNVt'of NVt CERTAIN LANDS thane South 33 degrees,' 686.09 foal to the-SW and Mayor {Statutes' : andWHEREAS described; as follow. *: copies! hereof are to be
of NWU.'LESS AND EXCEPT NOTICE, i IS', 'HIR "' LYING CONTIGUOUS TO 41 ,.minute and 44 ''corn. 'thereof thane' Am5TCltyClorit to that end Commence at an Irntarsectlon filed with Ih* Clerk of
all'that" part of WElt GIVEN'' *a-publtc'Ing hoar 'THI EXISTING COR: second Weir,along sold North 87 degree.; .; M .an May 3. 1983. the City of the Easterly "th* Circuit Court for
of Nfi%. of NW'A lyIng'Sautliandfastof by the Board'' of Courtty roUTE LIMITS OP THE tine. 1 001...feet: thence mInutes and 48 .ot Indo ..{ MOTfi ".. advised' that Commission' af the City boundary -sold NW% Bradford and the State of
th* .\ CammlMlonor" af CITY AND GENERALLY, :North 86 .*., 40 East along th*Northerly:: ,: 'any person who decides 'at' Stark. Florida af SE I.'with the Southerly Florida Deportment. of
eente'Une of
AtilgatofCresIM. of Bradford .County, 'LOCATED ALONG STATI "minutes and 25 seconds lln. at ,....W'4 of NEVi to appeal" 'any' dec/i/on/ 'authorized the preparation boundary of th* right- Slat*.
\" all. that port Wont' FlortdVVb* ,,hold:on'ondoyJune ROAD 200 (U.S. 301)); Eat.. 1222.8S eel to the of SW% 670.67 fFto. ': mad by the City Commlfa I and advertisement" ".way of 5'a'0.lIood 100 PASSED THIS.. day of
NW% WElt! tying 619t3 I In' '' ,
of lbs of center .,lln* a* ". .; PROVIDING: THAT ALL' .'taresold ''Westerly' th. NE. .corner th.....;>,' >u "', Board, jof "ho''Pproprlo'-' (IOV"R/W)) for Point of Jun. 1983,
th. 'rodlor'Coun'Y.- : boundary lha */W of 'Commltrees:,' > <.., { ordinance. anti run'South CHAIRMAN.
,Alligator-Cioofa\ ? all j that' at EXISTING LAWS. OR 'hence! Sooth 4 agr M" genc novation Beginning
port of SIt at, NEM\ of'' ;Caurthmn m th*City ., DINANCES." RULES 'AND 'ttate Road 200;' thence', 99 minute' 'and''03 Authorities, *tc.t 'wi'" NOW, THEREFORE BEil 'along. said Easterly boun: City Commllonar,
NWVJ tyIng Northerly of' .Starka, Florida. commencing .. REGULATIONS SHALL South 1 93.'........ 48mlnutm seconds East along sh' reipacf ta ony'.1terc.d.ed ',ORDAINED n THE Ca.J '' 'dat '. 992.92 feet; thence. and Mayor
th*,center, line'of at||00 A.M. lor. tn* APPLY. IN SAID AREAS;, and 44 ocondi' Northerly lln*.,iaf .theJ at such TY COMMISSION OF THE West, 190 feet. ; thence. ATTEST City Cr..k.
AlllgttW Creek; all. that purpose ,.of receiving,' AND"PROVIDING FOR 'Westy ,.1.", Test' SW/4 of NE'A! of SWJ*', meerlng (.. hearing), ,CITY| ,OF STARKI, q. .. .SoulH,,Z:, degrees, 23 NOT: "8. advIsed that'
'hearIng '
port of S'oIfrlWtt'aft, comtn.nt.'and AN IMMEDIATE. I,.EFFECTIVE ;.. aforesaid Westerly ,670.67 feet ta th*Nl corWnar 'roof will need o record of ,follow! minutes and 14 seconds any parson who decides'
NWM lying Northerly. of' discussion' concerningth IradfardCounty .. DATE.', ,boundary. '73.36 feet; th..ofrh n..,. th* proceeding, 'end Parcel 1_ A parcel of West, 329.09 feet to .the to appeal' any' decision,
the> center : ln| *"'ofAlllgjito I Itwanc by of It WHEREAS) ,.'the city. It thenc South 88 degree.,' South 4 degrees- ,,...,**". ,(ph.,. far such purpose J land lying U thus NW'/ of Northerly. boundary of mode by the City' Cone'missIon
Worlda
Cr *fi and'.1tthat ,< *:' the Owner ef th.' 4O. ,minute ,end '25'Woe minutes and 03: ieeons you may need ta ensure .SWA of Section 29. .th. ,.I "'-of.way of .Its Board,
( ssoE.SWt4 ofNWVilJing Bradford CountyFtorhia' hereinafter described seconds ,,', I22SOS- >'IoIIt. along the EmtfHyUna ,' that a verbatIm record of jTawnhlp 6 South, Rang Sutler. !Rood ((66' 1tIW1. committees,, Agencies.
'' flErtrMrry' of 'industrial Development' "property' rtd desire to.' : ,,.'-->" to, th* aforesotd ef self. SW'A of. }. the procaadlngi/.mad, '22 East, Bradford. Cou"-' (aid' point being 69 fMt Authorities., etc, with
hits C*ata.r-Uln. ..of., ,I' ,R__ Band (Stark' |P/' .hove voluntarIly onnev. ::.being. '1000 feat of SW'A. wnfcrt.. record Include* .ty, Florida-:\ sold parcel Northwesterly of an, Inercton.of respect ta any ,matter
AI .....d,. .Nursing, .....a.;1.1'roo': *d into the city, .the land;', Westerly of the WWIriII ts.. 51th.flce.. "th*. |.t'.IIV'""and 'I'"bsi'ng; .0iorE'patfkWarlydescri.d ; ,< ) sold Easterly considered al},,'such
4, .'..i""lLW. :! "JlL.In. : .tIC'rIitadfOo tNi r/wt. boundary of th1. "R/W of' 693.0Itl. > evidence...>.which the { a* lollowsr boundary with said. moating (of hearing
:.:J'j.Tr & ..... J Star Road,. 200t' HMmta., dagreotm. ; J<' .pp.'Wj '.o.d." : ,Commence at .on)ln ,Northerly boundary .you will need o record o'
040s l nel that 9*fart.4, amount. not to: exceed- to ': I WHEREAS illS 'City: ,South8; :degre-.;:,i4' .:l," ..asid 24 ,seconds .... ., .(Reference S* ft0T" '--iof\\af tha Eostedyibaundary thoncw"Northwewerly. the proceeding,' and
iIl NarMwrry afin tt.soo.oao.oo."-loan H Commission: of the City J minute arid 44 seconds, I along the ....thorfy.1 ... \iSi.Ciai: Florida. of sold. NWVt- along"qld Northerly ma#.-.far,cue* purpose.yau .
P4114 Ust ,, af general fund ta > of '$tarlI. Florida. ,..We.eionseldiln..nd\ ,'of. *"old svm\ of :\ ,., Sretut.*.! '.? ,"n lot ,1WV with th., .,boundary ta an Intersect may need to ensureh
Al $Sta.rk>, Nursing HontvInc. d....**/, te'"Kov. 'rne 'r '. .... .. ''ouihv' ,* i ly--' '''' .14 1 'end : :".-",."oeefldeU.! Crown., JSoutherly boundary of 'Man with the",Easterly, ,, *t a vswBaWm,record af
to 'flnanr* the'ec! ). .olontotlonlh."" ; "' } AI.......,. Jth right-of- of State of the ,.made
of iiLP4'4oN' aft..halting .*vr ,voluntary annOtation be J.cu :........i..oId .N. ..;;..j.Clt't way boundary clght-of- the proceedings .
.$' mEf all Is SC,4 cjuliltlan and rh. '-Mpamlerv ,< pureuoMi!. the pro-,, .M fl.00.ret fOtnsarsoctlon ,| -:, ..........,... NM\4 .(" 1 4rc"' Ol". (Road 100 ((100' RIM) W ,way .of : County RouaT watch 'record includes
1 flee,r. T..wal6p 1 South ham ''c_ 'of'th: *. goneralhnrt with the North'' Nlchol'. ,Acre5. (I;" ..H': Point\ ,of Beginning,.and, '100A. ,'.,(Edwesrds,,.aod} ,he 'testimony end
said .
nna* S t., of c 120 nun bSilillKtd ,. ef; the State\ 01" ,Sn, of fits South''20 feel) feetl-te"...., fj.. '. NOTICIOF : .:. run South'7'dgre**..M '.t {ifmrly Etat? Road, evidence upon which m*>:
law tanV J contolnlng .ham. IrrM,jrtternnedXXcare << ,' flocldo'tho; being. Sec., .. 'of the. mvi. of said See ,..0''''''''':' ''Abava' ".t. PROPOSFQENACrMEfftOHORWNANOI' ., mis.uiesond. ,, 39 second*' ..-iOQA).. thonca" .Nor. 'appe>. l. besed.r.;,
490 ,maro at l.s*, ,," and ham ("Ww., Jlont, y|*..W*.:; Florida. ., stats a; lhnc, South Bt' "'r\bajf parcel ifr. ,. .0 Wast along .,..aliSeukhefly ttbnrttvrly l 'along- 'lest Reference: SectfoAt;
'in 'k'd .v5tY, : mmlng located Ssatutes"aid degr4PIn4. ; ., ,,-.'- ,..., IICJ -;,"- IY Cn"lC ON' \ boundary", ,*, >afreald. fkMHirly "bautsvdar .2 6.aiOS. Flerfd5sotutetJ / ,
SI ,'5V'5 tUSISCi tOrI :,ftrbot\ 4,:3 WHeMBAS, lit that end ;\Oe second.* Wvtt.olong "' ", '$o .tfon 1'f, -*-. YP.,4..' .IT,.... Ft .. ".16 ...hast* South y..tp an 1 IptersecHart, > .
fwgytotpwbik', OIl.Oe", sspfoiltTtot at land ,la*..ilI ." l1t 1 I"JJ: ; Me*.' *eOy'Commission' kwt BfnriaetdNartHerfyt '. 'dtnenc* shall*.. be. 1i':. ', 2, deorees," ';20 minute with! ; ,th.' ato7alrf, Te.'ence U. Irown'
toe drali e acre tract ; 'I lln! ,1,050.51 let' t O' amtOtweanay Eo '.; -4'. City Attorney5l24feha.603' \.
505 South aty Kowii ".,. al theGty.. : < seed. In its""tl. 1iJ)1'1'l', .. W. sts6y eI-n ,'
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cancnHa'monument f t 100
on Bradford Ceirwty proposed ; .
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;, Overlding the mayor'' veto, Hemp KurUter umuubHed the putMikMluy
,\ .," ton council member passed an of putting a PA system in the city hall.'
: emergency ordinance allowing/ the city Citizens have been complaining for
to hire a daytime marshal. several months about not being able'
? Mayor Gordon Wadsworth told the to her council' members during

; ... of ., council at a May 10'meeting he would meetings. '
not sign the special ordinance Until
.!the hours and days the new marshal "Heard a recommendation from city -
would work Jll1IQ! :settled. maintenance man John Hawkins to
I put some chemical toilets, at' the
A second officer is'needed'during recreation part in Hampton.- < ,
the day while elected town marshal Hawkins said that nince he'' had
e John Hodges works another job;' cleaned the area up, people have told
Hodges told the council at the April 12 him that If there were restrooms
r r meeting.At down there they would let. their
wv r : r children play there.

a May 3 special meeting called to

)I Wadsworth hire' a temporary objected to the marshal council In''f oont of to the take city the hail chain down.link Coun-fence

hiring John Parmerlee. The
council, cUman Ulyesaea
Woods
ona motion by Councilwoman Lola fence! be taken! down.requested the

,IMrvy Williamson, went over the mayor's disagreed, with the Wadsworth
council
and Hid
/ head to hire Parmalee a former that they didn't know
wether the
Williston
PD law officer.In .
fence would be
needed In the future or
not.
other action at the May, 10 .
meeting, the council:
The fence
was originally put up to
keep people from loitering and drinking
in front of the city hall. Woods said
Heard the first
reading of an or now that two law officers were
I dlance allowing elected officials to patrolling the town that It would be
change salaries during'a tern safe to tear It down. '
Formerly the 60 year old charter did 'If they are Up there drinking
or
not allow
elected officiate to increase
loitering, we will take them to jail,"
salaries until the next term of office. commented .
Marshal
.-..::--. J, isE_ I 1.1 -J' :"- ....., Nr6sates. dlance A second will and be final advertised reading of'In the The or- Heard complaints Hodges from
citizens
Spainish Club students take iop honors... Telegraph. The ordinance wilt be put that ,the new law officer was writing

I BUS Spainish Club Students took home plenty of awards from the annual state t On the back row(from'left to right. ": Joelle Innocent, Sheila Andersen. to a city-wide vote Sept. }3, 1983. tickets outside of the. city limits.
contest last week In Orlando. From left to right on the front row: Eddie Ten-. Sabrina Snell and Linda DewiU. Agreed to Hodges explained if someone is clocked
purchase fan
nant Cheryl Furrow, Ntldlae Green, Teacher Joanna Hallman and Tim ConLawtey for the clerk's ceiling inside the city limits "we can
city office at city hall. follow them to ralifnrnia. ,.
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by Elizabeth Terry her:
phone 782-3309 Mrs. Lois Carter, Mr. and Mrs.
;' Charles Carter and family, Mr. and
f CIIVRCIIACTIVITlfS, : Mrs. Leon Starling Mr. and Mrs.
,. Perry Nicula, Mr. and Mrs. Lane
Homecoming was observed at First Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Nicula,
Baptist Church on Sunday, May IS. Miss Vicky Nicula and her boyfriend,
We had a good message, large crowd Jay Eaves of Starke, and Mrs. Mary Memorialp&Il. '..t'to. '
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present and plenty of food and good Shuford were Mother's Day dinner Day .

fellowship. guests of Mr. and Mrs. George .'" .
Grace United Methodist Church Shuford and John.
Ladies' yard and bake sale Saturday, Mrs. Janie HIgginbotham of Max-
May 14, was a success. Thanks to vllle is spending some time with her'
each one who helped in any way. son-in-law and daughter,. Mr. and D
PERSONALS: Mrs. James Waters.
Gene English of Scranton, S.C.; wasa
Mrs. Henry Smith visited her sister, supper guest of his in-laws, Mr. and
Mrs. Jeanette Scott, and her Mrs. James Waters, on Monday
daughter Miss Linda Carbeaux in Indianapolis night. t

Ind. Her son-in-law and Rev. and Mrs. Anthony Pembertonand
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James daughters from Wartburg Tenn
Lamonte and son, Troy, drove were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. \, w:
through. His grandmother had paasad Raymond Wllkenon. Attending a $Q ''n9'n ,' ?ri
'Qffl .r.'n t
away. He brought his brother, Brett, cookout in their honor were Rev. and .taw s Y- M .!M : T .. :
,.. back with him for the summer. Mrs. E.R. Hoosier, Starke; Mrs. and '
Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonville Ruby Wilkerson of Lawtey and Mr. Furniture
spent Sunday until Tuesday with her and Mrs. David Wilkerson and sons of $.' ;- \
I sister, Mrs. Fred Moore. Mrs. Moore Brooker. .
took her to the eye doctor in Mrs. Wilma '. '
Wainwright
spentMother's
Gainesville Monday.She carried Miss Day weekend with her son- ;, Buy"One .at
Boyer home on Tuesday morning and in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. .
spent the night with her Tuesday Allen Brown of Jacksonville.May Reg. '3,98 ea, .
night. Her eye is much improved.Mr. 7 and
,Henry Hodges daughter,
and Mrs. James Anders of Sarah; Sheila Wilkerson, Lisa On Sale Regular Price
Palatka spent Mother's Day after Blalock, and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy I G 1 .
noon with their mother, Mrs. O.J.
Smith attended the car races "Music
Anders. City 420" Nashville, Tenn. They 2.98 Get 2nd at
We are happy to learn that Miss toured the Ryman Auditorium which
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Dorothy Swanbom is home from was the original Grand Ole Opry.
; North Florida Regional Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Mclver of Ocala Eldon Stackables 1/2 Price
Gainesville, and resting comfortably.Our visited their sister Mrs. Wilma Wainwright
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For ,
prayers are with her. sorting, filing routing In-and-out
Saturday afternoon May 14. organizing, etc HMmpact/ slyrene. '
Friends of Mrs. Truby Wainwright Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell spent the won't chip, peel l, rust ex dent., Service '
report that she is doing better. She weekend with their brotherinlawand Contemporary design. Sell-stacking. 'I 'Hardboard Clipboard'
has been a patient in North Florida sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Howell ,Letter size, 2WH. Available in a variety Brown hardboard with
bright plated
Regional Hospital, Gainesville. of Branford. of contemporary colors. clip. Excellent
writing surface. Hole (for ,
Dearl! Prevatt of Germany called '.
hanging for use with orders, '
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mr. and Mrs. Bill Scott of Orlando, Legal'Pads etc.
Prevatt Saturday, May 14. Mrs. Kathy Rowe and son, : -- "
Friends of Charles Starling regret Johnathan, Mr and Mrs. Robert AHg ", "
: to learn that he is a surgical patient in of Starke were Thursday supper Buy One Dozen .,
Bradford Hospital, Starke. Our guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rosier. ", File
: Folders
prayers are with him. Friends of Luther Hilliard regret to Get One Dozen ,
I We have just learned that Mrs. learn that hit hn 1 "tirgery on Monday ,
1 Arlie Dobbs is a patient in Green Cove In Riverside Hospital, Jacksonville, Letter Size I
Springs Nursing Home and is resting and Is doing well.. Our prayers are FREEStenoVPads, ,
; comfortably. Our prayers are with with him .'..Buy",One Hundred
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Dymo : at ,Regular' Price_

I Class of '68 Reunion SetThe '' I..' '

Buy Or"ea'r''azed Tape Writer Get, One, Hundred

t following members of the Brad- Michael 'James .Crawford, Debbie Get o.fDozen Reg. '18.50 'FREE

ford High class of 1968 are asked to Clark,Thomas Crum, Frankie Cruce. *
contact Kay Waters of Starke about Bernice Griffis Collier Griffis,Rita '" '' 13.95The '

the IS year class reunion set for June Sue Grover, Patsy Hitchcock,Jimmy F--- ::z-1\: ::: :
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ll.H Horton, Jean Hodges, Donald Huf ,,
any family member or relative Mike Jackson,Gary Johns, Catherine I
has Information about where to con Johnson, Gwen Jones, Terry Jones, Offlce/CoufcKence/ / Table-306t-WT "\l.,, T"
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tact the class members, they can also Margaret Kelly, Willard Kelly, Rose r.w, ? td
I contact Mrs. Waters, phone 966941, McKinney. O_ bo*of a permanent table whir ,
or write Mrs. Waters,680 W. Madison Larry Martin Ruth Nelson, Janice \' the pwtabHHy of a folding table

.I St., Starke, Fl 32091. Padgett, Bobby Jo Parrish,Alice Proctor PitenM .
Power Grip"1
eomer'assembly
Class members are listed below by Elisa Rekila, Linda Rowe, Gail

t I their maiden names. Nine class Sandell Margaret Sanders, RobertScottJames for rock-eoltd stability ..' Buy .A :Ream of
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i recent members article whose in the names Telegraph were in have the, Small, Joan Starling, k ', U clamp underneath tor storage ', ,., ,

/!. responded, two of which are out of Carolyn Taylor, Mattie Terry, Ada ,7 iourI.glwslratoestabllkyon lolseCascade. .
state. Mae Thomas, Danny Waller, Ellgen ;
Glenda Adams, Linda Allen Wheeler, Wayne Kersey, Wesley Reg. 139DA nyeurfsee Bond
William Barrett. Harold Bowen, King Ronnie Knight, Roy KnIght r : "Chrome leg r welrmt laminate top' Paper
\ Charles Breeden Wanda Britt, William Lamprecht, Charles Leach, "
1-1 Elaine Brown, Darold Crawford, and Ernestine Lester.II" 1100$ f r Tool Included tor'feet assembly Get" 2nd Ream;,
n and L k.down'1bp ;

f FREE
alw 9'x 00" s''
:.::. : 'Redding Selected for Leadership' Seminar "
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'I Stephanie Redding,daughter Mr. knowledge and, 'experience ''with .' 'THE
j and Mrs. Lonnie A. Redding Jr of others. $ l.
'-' Starke, and a sophomore at Bradfordl The North Florida Youth'Leader.< vctcl./ Organizers ." ':apACE
High School selected to paritieipatin ship Seminar l is an affiliate of the n ; s
the North Florida Youth Hugh O'Brian Youth(HOBY.. )Leader-. f Mac' FIV Divisions i \ 5l7Qtl P' ;
The '
Leadership Seminar May 64. ship Seminar, > '
:' Seminar to be held at Florida State -,.. $ I '
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StarkeShriners and their guests li i out of town Shriner units dressed out In Just Money collected by the Starke Shriners
who now are sponsoring nine crlppit
about every color and costume Imaginable, put on a razzle-dazzle t
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directly Headquarters in
joyed by both and old
young Saturday; May 14. .
Jacksonville
where it is distributed to the
The crowds along the U.S. 301 tnSUrke especially enjoyed the antics of the throughout the United Stales 21 Shrine Hospitals and Burn Units.
clowns and the ever-present w.tk1.cars, go-carts mini-bikes and three-
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I wheelers deployed by the various'\ umt. area the
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Shriner Secretary Dr R.S. Irtullins said that chicken dinner sales
were that all
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a little off this year compared' to last, due to the many other area events I "We
to make the
try event fun
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everyone keeping in
scheduled the
on same day but said the Shriners were pleased overall.
"We had the Hospital activities going on, we had Scout World in Jacksonvilleand kids mind the more serious causes we're trying to support," Dr. Mullins said. "The
we're
supporting make it worth
t M& .r. we had 250 of our elementary! kids in Disney: World for the weekend so we through." every bit of time and trouble we. go
i1 had some competition this Dr>Mulins! said. "But it beautiful
year was a day.we "We
certainly all the "
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appreciate support in the area, Mullins said.
1! had some of the finest. chicken dinners we've ever had and everyone enjoyed "The volunteers who
1 d themselves helped with the parade and the cooking and all of our
guests from out of town We plan to make the parade even better next year: "

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:' 7 p.m.:. ol th. Clay' Electric:' %>Conf. ,!r.ne o ; Doom 'hKaystons i;t HBljbli.j' /, -SIeJ ph.rt Poxlw Slow Folk Culture' Center local ""rt U.S. 41 In Whlia s.Ine12' Summer Rapartory far 193 beginning with. performance al trio 1 long running Braad-Ji "
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A Wel1Mw.t firi Club... I Is beginning,In K.yton.HutghM on Tuesday vwilry.' ot 'Progrumi{ on the maKn 1100. ara scheduled. .at 10 ..1'1I. on Friday:Saturday and The theatre group' wormer' season Includ two drama and two fully' "od
7 ".m. at the Wam....'* Club. and In Star** on Monday nifttuM at 4:30: p..m.,:cest Ttivir*. Sunday.May 27.29 totaling nine programs 'lit oil.,... concarM will bo held an the anvphlthaatfa musicals' cooilnulng altar "Pippin'1 with T..._.*. Will.......'* "Swaat Bird' ot Youiht; ,::- ,
day morning at '::3O a.m. at SI. Edwards Catholic. C..rchII\;. .P.wr ,.,......" Jitaga'-with. sentinel' an ytmtf hHIJlbi|with; space for krwnchalr or lanfonf WII.....' "Rirtwr* al Bldrllth" and concludes with" the hit. miMlcal'WorHlngnfrom t" -
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SAUSAGE .! $22' A N I IONS' .CALIFORNIA MINUTE MAIDORANGE '.
W01MANpSLICEOSPKED''l'' 1 u NAVEL ORANGES 15 POll 1" JUICE ." .' ...' CAN 59C
1 HARVEST! FRESH GREEN GIANT W/CHEESE SAUCE IROCCOU Of
MEAT $1" '
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BctVwix t} ,.throe{ .r""t Four (housand':
people are' expected,to attend the 23rd
,Annual Flower Show at Union.Correeitional *
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Institution 'Opening Thursday,
May 19 through Saturday, (tyay 21 in a
new setting
ThUs year's snow'. 'will be held! at the
new Training Building located west of
the UCI compund a| the vile of the p Y'x r 44
pistol range. Massive Oaks and +
towering, trees will, ,form: the
4 : hundreds of exotic

I plants feature in this annual event :'t,rr Yc
that attracts visitors| from all over UM'trainee ( a
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p: T horticulture; '
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along with administrative ana
employee personel have worked long,
hard hours to make,the 1983 show the,
best ever,held at the: prison., The
)9e uifully landscaped building comv'
blcx. with;central, heat and air,.affords -
seasonaf comfort for visitor
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a i ir well as UM plants they will be,vi wiing.
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during the three day show with,at
least 32 specimens Florida Fancy
Grade varieties' of the following* .
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4 1 g't % r0J '{begonias bromeuld-phiiodendron! Prep Va, 11 o n "

ry ,dtffenbachias",odd and unuBualplanlll. Oxbourne Woods and Isaac Abrhams tag plants for the up-coming; ,(...."". 'y
I rse' ., ,,exotic staghortt ferns coleus,
agloDocies,orchids, 't ..
plants in driftwood bedding plant by the inmates. '.'. f
hanging baskets, house plants and "We've had several Inmates who've
african violets been involved In this program who
Show hour* are Thursday 12 noon have gone on to become successful in
to 9 p.m.; Friday"9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; landscaping or plant-related occupations -
INSULATION&t
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. ," said Stanley Crawford, an of-
ficialin the horticulture program at
Admission Is free and the public Is the Institution.
cordially Invited to the show. Signs Inmates will compete fro ribbons in -
will be placed on Hwy. 16 to direct each division, with officials from the
visitors tothe new site! Florida Federation of Garden Clubs

& Approximately 75 inmates par- providing judges to select first .
ticipate In the Ornamental Hor- through third place winners.
\ i ticulture program one of the many Many plants grown here are used to
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.... rehabilitative programs offered decorate state government offices

Big Crowd Expected... through the Department of Corrections and public buildings in Tallahassee.

S Morris'h ....Brown..-.. ..- Ken.-- .Odum--t h and Roberto Ramos arrange cacti the UCI Flower, All plant Educational.Vocational'YBtem.nr.. nrnwn At the institution ,. -
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break up "massive" agricultural theft ring: R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATION
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FIBERGLAS NEW OR OLd CONSTRUCTION
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TALLAHASSEE- more per trailers aluminum pipe, irrigation agreed to purchase the.equSpment\ Lake Orange, Citrus,' Brevard, QUALITY INSTALLATION"
sons have been arrested in connection material, chickens saddles antique the property then was stolen.In ; Seminole Polk. Osceola,,Lee Her- bay FIfIII C.uliea re' 1 ht5,"
with a$4 million agriculture theft ring furniture fence wire, bales of. hay most cases the propertywassold nando, Pinellas, Levy, Marion, 1)a"JO t. .
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investigation which has been coordinated boats and motors. for S percent of the actual retail Volusia and Okeechobee.. 964.6956 : SAvt
by the Florida Department of John O'Brien Chief Investigatorwith value he said.O'Brien's -"' At the same time;O'Brien reminded ON HEATING ./ .COOLING
Agriculture( and Consumer Servicesfor the department, described the investigation unit coor- that the department's'hot-line a DEAN''CASSELS INSULATIONON "
almost a year, Commissioner of ring as a "loosely organized group of dinated the multi-county Investigation -" telephone, to report stolen ,
livestock
Agriculture Doyle Conner said people without any real head '-or that included units from, the' and farm equipment was STARKE
recently. kingpin': that sometimes operated as Florida Department of Law Enforcement how operational. The number Is
Investigators in the Marks and a "steal-to-order ring" in 16 central the Florida Marine Patrol. the rl-HOO-ll:!-.->Kflil.
Brands Unit of the FDACS Division of ,Florida counties. : Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission
Animal Industry also announced that He said some suspects hay,old In- the Florida Farm Bureau and
about $750uoo worth of stolen property vestigators that In someinstances, state fire nvarshalls; In addition to
had been recovered. buyers web'e shown picture -or equipment Sheriffs departments In the 16 central T71j1rInSpecial.P

Conner'said investigators believe sitting in fields,__and. if they Florida counties of.Alachua.. .. .. Sumter,..,..,., i
the has been ..%"" rating ft\r' ..
about :eight years: They have

documented(. .tlxefts. 'of factors( "' '
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Feed Stamps Welcomed 964-8290 Woven And = =- I

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Meaty Pork $ 69'Spare blouses and shirts
DECORATING? Ribs ', with turn back collars
. .. .. . ..Ib.( short or cap sleeves
If you are thinking about redecorating WholeFry I ,,. ,,,- f''.,. pockets and button details.
.'J '" ';. l t. > : Mesh and knit in,
your home consider the .' .. terry tops
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expense advantage carpets and rugs can offer ers ..".:01.,'\f....).. .... . lib. Plaids stripe or solids. #
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entire home when the addition of ; { : It r N,

carpet can change the look of any Chops : :'$129
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Carpets come in such a variety of Lean '
colors and designs that they can r : :..t''C' '$ 99 --.i::
change the tone, even the very Stew Meat '.' E' ,
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nature of a room. A colorful pattern } /" .I": f'
design can brighten a room, and Market AAadeSausage -"\. .A <' '
enhance its visual effect so that the $ 29 41 ()uoc 9 O2. 'STPSonOfAGun,
whole tone of room is lighter and 1 I' Rinso '.' '1VI
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room make it a. quieter and more Extra.Lean. ...... .. J_.. '' $ 29 Heavy dutylaundry front manufacturer 99'l> restful "
place. You cad,alter the Ground 1- 1 detergentLimit ,,,,,-,,,, Your net cost W ja eeeds H pees'SUPW
See us today. appearance Beef ,, ...
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131'N. Cherry Stf Id/ 0i 8.2 Oz..Close-Up c1r 2 Snacks Tissue
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964-7423 ': Pk Penonna -' corn Hot Fries, alt Box of 100,,.
Assorted Tussy Cheese Twist facial tUsuls*

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complete dedication' and responsibility,. in; PairOxfords :8' j

'/assisting:' families. ..throughout';.the',funeral, e 1tt Pair' I' i :" air
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Whatever the request, we want the family feel A: Tr .. SflOft
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Steve Futch )I ::, y ..; '" fiIi '$ .'""t.J1feRt d.Alotinsaa lad)**' or sJI: it '
.gi ;* terry trim CtoIW.yen's ., ;, shinI, .

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{ Several changes in Social Security divorced surviving a spouses 80 or older widows and widowers ages &V59: to' Have received. Previously,a disabled
: : As: to! benefits have been made by a new law who remarried. (The present-Jaw pro- 71.5 percent of the unreduced benefit survivors benefits rate ranged from. ''I
delegates
I' conventionThe ''designed to strengthen the;; Social vision restricting entitlement to the amount the'deceased worker would SO to 71.5 percent
Security system, according to A. higher of the surviving spouse's or I .
; Glenn Moore, Social Security.district worker's benefit will apply to these .
for,
qualifying period Florida. ecutive Committee in each county. In Gainesville ,, new categories.) This provision Is effective
manager Starke
Democrats
I to Tile for election<\.* i Although registered Family Planning Clinic
to any Democrat'May The new law Is intended to provide January 1984. ,
delegate the Florida Democratic jlle for election,78 percent of the financial stability to the system both Provide a new way to figure
Party's 1983 State Convention opened delegates! elected by the Democratic In the near term, through the l9W's) benefits for widows or widowers ,, Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied)
IS
and
May; will end on July 15. Committees ;must ,be .committee as well as into the next century, whose spouses' die before age 62. In & Vasectomies .
.After the qualifying period ends, members Moore said. many cases the new method will -
the Democratic Executive Committees The 1983 State Democratic Conven- The benefit changes made' by the result in a higher benefit rate. This No Hospital stay !
of Bradford Clay, and Union tion will be held October 21-23 at the new law will: provision Is effective for widows or necessary No Abortions performed.
yf Counties will hold elections between ,Diplomat Resort In Hollywood Fla. Continue benefits for disabled surviving widowers who become'' eligible for 964-6500 I
'II i August 1 and September IS, to select Over 2,500 delegates. are expected to spouses 50-59, disabled divorced benefits beginning January 1983.
delegates to the convention among attend the convention which will surviving -finnnupfl,..----- !-lO-1- ->9.-. and Increase benefits to disabled
those who have qualified, feature appearances by the presidential -
candidates and a straw poll of the
Any Democrat who Is a registeredvoter delegates for presidential preference. {t, 4' Good thru May 31.1983 {( 1*
of the county In which he resides, Copies of the'delegate selection t e \. .j .,
may file to run for delegate by completing plan of the convention are available ''-.K'' /
a qualification form which is from the Florida Democratic Party, { *-

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!Ilj l payment and. ajaaum. -" Men's Sure Grip Heavy Duty Staple I
Nice largo lot In attractive Hampton Oak off US 301 22533
f j" South. Work Gloves 22532 Gun Tacker I
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W a 1M1 MH.3 M, 2 BA. laokl.brand. now.Small down. '
..2-Story......-4 St..2 M.Price reduced.. Make offer.10M .. 169 88
4\ a Ac. Perm. Many Feailbllltlea.. ........... S.M 21.59 13
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fI[ a Vary attractive 1 M. 2 BA home an 1 Ac. hi tewe.kt '.

Owner Irlay lIn.. -00iII1IIIa-- .pse Shoot a lUpM tKmmmi you'd.n..a ,
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PmHA Howe .
Heuae on mall farm In '..vi....... Tnanyr oaj on,===5 aalw paM-e.r.r ttra8eIxl& naM..heavydutyalapngaeaonIdoal lor Billna Up.mamaaon I ,ale.
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t.,_ FARM FINANCIAL PROBLEMS? SAVE SAVE $3.20!
I Is your homestead In jeopardy?
$4.50! YOUR CHOICE. White or Brown
I .Has this year's operating loan application "been turned dovyn( ?
R. 52-ln. Comfort Breeze Ceiling Fan .
..., Do you have crop liens that will take away your control over the
proceeds from the tale of this year's crop? -H= A

Have you run out of answers for your creditors;? h. '

,a t, : ci 1.,y 'operl7lDltflaai'S'l' l4r tl'\youlce'pNipmant4. i14R fl .. p oe1'.'r. ..11'.".. 1Z0tOOVA..ut! : -. : 'J.:.. t.. liItUII'lMI1WJ/II.
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: t ',.d' 799 '' Fine
!!fj Quality
i-i Are some'of your creditors threatening to repossess your equipment? '.
'' ri Anvil Pruner
: ), Have any of your creditors threatened or commenced foreclosure + w .d et Hunter ceiling fans create a gentle stir of air
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; proceedings: ? \, I r :=,'::..- that makes 78 feel,like 72 ii.e 799VALUH
: Tun Uwtrvit, tin uiV vwi..J.liUt..I cUiiw novol
tha'n gSMro
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Are you spending more time in court on the farm? wq
a..H.d.n.r feel the difference, except in energy bills
Would you like to retake control over your (farm operation even e'r"eweee l. Electrically reversible motor ..wtoa.opomnj blado haa a draw
.' : in face of sizeable debt and pending foreclosure? aces Limited 5 Year WarrantySAVE : rM.* MMM.YttpMsb: ** finis*
P1 sttrtarHMtaeorn* rtsibe roar
I t Has the time come to consider a farm reorganization? I I 1
t i(< OFFICES: OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENT. ; _-
,, KayMona Heights Laming Roy. P.A.
Jackionvilla, Attorney at LawGainowill HALF PRICE!
Rld-a-Bog"
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9fi, .. Palalka Lake City,.__t800.3420303M _. I $16.26 !
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t Tuesday Thursday: 6-9, PM : ,1-Gallon Pro-Mix 3/4-ln. x 750-ln.

: 459 ,W.. Call 964-5152 i Electrical Tape
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: L Versus IBM Selectric 11.or III ? ... ;4i' -"OJ 'y :
Designed'with 8" center to fit most Control Valve
1" Compare these features before you buy. teas 7,99 VI..W \. standard kitchen sinks ,
: m Aft- electronic- --!'typewriter, .at,less than I 'the' price! of an ordinary office- '-1 : Includes easy 'stepbystep.'install tion eta 3a 99

electrtc.: ;, :..". r I+:.. _:eaarwk I'P; "'}11r, 'u, Instructions i vl> :,'J'vJI'; ) ; -*. w ,v VAUIE I
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Ii'Chaplains are fin dine life "busv with the 'Florida National! Guard .

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""The chaplain cap be very effective "The Guard Is one family and what rappelled from a helicopter, ,and
Working with him
Florida CAMP National BI\NDING-If Guard'you're 53rd Infan-In the (Maj. Michael Day, are Episcopalian Chaplal-,. for the command," he said, "and that one person does,, good or bad, affects Ballon has rappelled from the Special
Includes the individual .soldier; but all members of that lamlly"Johansen Forces tower. ,
try Brigade, the chaplains will come 53rd 'Support Battalion; Chaplain the chaplain isn't psychic.; He should Mid. "I see the role of tie One of the Guard's plus ea Is the
tCapt.) Lutheran
Gary Bomberger ,
toyou.The
as emphasizing that and I willingness Us members
2nd Battalion ,be Included In all staff meetings. chaplain: to help
9C t tr Brigade's" chaplains do make 124th Infantry; try to do so on a one-to-one basis as each other. The Brigade's chaplains
house Chaplain (Capt.) .James Bluett, the chaplain's role as'even .
r calls or perhaps that shouldbe Johansen sees much as possible." are no less enthusiastic in this
field calls. They're seldom..in tm.Roman Catholic, 3rd Battalion, 124th deeper than that, that of Chaplains do whatever they can to It's not at all unusual, for instance regard,
Lord's house, except for. some Infantry; Chaplain (Capt.) Richard' minister between the soldier and God assist and maintain high' morale, to find Johansen acting as server
at
scheduled Sunday services.. 2nd Humston, Church of the Nazarene, a sort of spiritual chain' of com- among the troops. This includes Bluett's Mass,and then to have Bluett
Battalion, 116th Field Artillery; mand. .
from advising the com- reciprocate by
"We're a chaplain Erk- everything assisting Johansen'during
corps, not a and Chaplain (Capt.) Erick
"You mediate between God and and negatives in his service
mander
chapel on positives
corps Chaplain (Lt. Col.) kinen, Lutheran, the units
separate "
Paul C.Johansen said "The chapel is Headquarters & Headquarters Co. man,"he explained, "between God as his unit to participating in training It's the friendship and camraderle
1 anywhere the chaplain Is." 53rd E,1S3raCavalry he was revealed himself and, man as with the Guardsmen they serve.. of tho chaplains involved," Johansen'
Infantry Brigade Troop '
; he is," Johansen and Erklcinen even have explained. "We support each other"
and
At' annual'training here"(April ; 53rd Signal Detachment --
23-May 7) this year, that corps really 133rd Engineer Company. The chaplain must know the morale
administered to the Brigade's A first this year: Chaplain (Mat.) level of the command, for a unit's
spiritual needs; Authorized one major Jeffrey Ballon, the Florida Guard'sfirst morale can affect its ability to ac-
and four captains (la chaplain may Jewish chaplain,was assigned to complish Its mission, Johansen said. THE FIRSTGOSPEL'MUSIC.PARK'
hold the Brigade for the initial week of an-
one rank above that specified for
him nual training and assisted the 1st Bat- Chaplains ascertain this morale
) the Brigade is fortunate to have
level through their ministries of
talion 124th
Infantry.
six of the Florida National Guard's 18.' The chaplain Is a special staff of- presence, their visits to the troops in IN THE UNITED STATES'' ', .
chaplains. ficer, directly responsible to the commander the field. These visits may look

Johansen, In civilian life the pastor A unit's religious program is casual, but they perform a very Im- P.O. BOX 161 LAWTEY, FLORIDA 32058
of St. Mary's Episcopal Church In the commander's responsibility portant function, by allowing the Phone 782-3071
Dade City, Is the Brigade's senior which he delegates to the chaplain, chaplain to become Involved with
chaplain. Jnhanspri MM. Guardsmen, wherever they are. At
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JUNE 4 Gospel Singers Appreciation Day, 12:00: noon til 12:00: mid-'
night. Approximately 10 good groups will be singing. Come
and support them -chicken dinner: $2.00 '
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JUNE 18 The Clarions, Masters Quartet. Masters'
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AUG. 20 The Laymen, Cavalier Qt. New Spirit
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SEPT. 3 2nd Gospel Singers Appreciation Day, 12:00 noon til 12:00

In Prayer... midnight. Approximately 10 different good groups will be
Lutheran Chaplain Erick Erkincn singing. Come and support them,- chicken dinner: $2.00

leads hit men In a moment of prayer Busy at Work... God
SEPT. 17 Suzie and the Family of Singers, Revelators, Sunshine
before the morning exercises, Jeffery Ballon Is the Guard's first Jewish Chaplain, arriving here last January., Trio and Gospel Band, Inc.


OCT. 15 Heaven's Railway, The.Weeks Family Trio: The Fishermen

I Vietnam vets can restore G.I educational benefits I Pray for the Gospel Music Park that it will be

programExpired for the honor and glory of God and salvation of souls.

GI Bill vocational training educational benefits. Those benefits below his or her skills or capabilities: a real Impact on the unemployed Viet- ADMISSION: "'1.00 DONATIONDonald
benefits for Vietnam Era veteranscan cease at the end of the 10-year period. Benefits can be paid for high school, nam veterans In Florida. .
be restored for many unemployed The new extension, Bryant said, is vocational, on-the-job or appren- For more information about the
veterans under a law passed by Con- open to the Vietnam Era veteran in ticeship training Bryant said.. The new law and eligibility requirements, E. Wilkison,.President
gress in October. service between August 5, 1964 and benefits extension does not apply. to consult the telephone directory under
Bill Bryant. Veterans Services Of- May 7, 1\175.\ who has been employedor degree programs. "U.S. Government" for the toll free CAMPERS WELCOME FOR THE WEEKEND
ficer at the St. Petersburg VA underemployed for six months or The veteran's total training underVA number for veterans benefit
Regional Office, said the vocational more and whom VA counselors deter educational benefits may still not assistance,
training benefits will be available un- mine requires some type of voca- exceed the maximum 45 months
til December 31 1984 to unemployedor tional training to obtain a specified in the GI Bill, but veterans - - - - -
"underemployed'// Vietnam Era "reasonably stable" employment who have not used their full eligibility I i ;.
veterans. situation! matching;Jita. ,o Jet.:! ; now have more time \0 pl 1t u -
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Two, :iiittiatesy "considered dangerous"1 escape- from UGI 'Monday.,


i art Two''inmates of Union Correctional' left the truck after It was parked out grand larceny' In Walton County. Inmate t 'I'\Vv>* Institution Were discovered' missing side the prison compound Monday Howard Poppler 31,was serving forearm, a heart on his upper right wearing blue prison uniforms when escapees were discovered
Monday night. afternoon, according to Department two consecutive life sentences for arm the initials "JI.T" on his left they escaped Skipper said. missing. during a count pf inmates at 9
'tfj, >!;, The twos. close' of Corrections spokesman David robbery and conspiracy to escape In hand, "Lucky" on his left forearm p.m;
'fahould\ be' considered dangereous. Skipper. Plnellas and Hillsborough,counties. :land "Polly" on his upper left arm. The inmates apparently rigged a During a search that began Im-
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; .,,;whereabouts should contact local well planned t'IIcape..said Skipper Tidwell whose home Is Crestview Poppler, whoSe' home Is San Antonio and the mixer of the DOC cement bloodhounds followed the Inmatcx'
,'fdS f.authorlties.t Inmate Leon Tidwell 38 Is servinga Is 5 ft. 5 Inches tall 'weighs 136 Texas, IS 5 ft. 7 In. tall, weighs truck About .1:30: p.m. the truck was Brent for about a mile and lost it at
t' ; .The inmates apparently hid Inside life prison term for pounds,has brown hair and blue eyes 138 pounds has dark brown hair, routinely searched when an Inmate SR-15. All Indication are that someone -
: ,.,-,cement truck when It was inside the murder plus 15 years for breaking has a medium build and a birthmarkon brown eyes) a medium build and a tattoo drove It through the prison's east entrance might have picked the men up
,\; i*prison for maintenance work then and entering with intent to commit the right side of his face, His tat-' of a. cross on his left shoulder, gate and parked it In the motor -were In a vehicle. said Skipper.
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I : : :':i'.,Researcher: says more women taking, over :.on the farm HEAT PUMP BONUS


.,HMA 'University of Florida housework go 'about 'taking over' farmers. try to give them some support for problems -'
S Agricultural economist says women what they see as their husband'srole. "Many farmers' wives, particular. associated with their role
Iii are taking over more and more farm .." They're also angry that they ly on agribusiness farms are financial changes and some or the guilt and P
,;, .... work as hard times force their. men-. don t receive more recognition from managers who handle'all the stress Involved. We will also Inform
1 j. folk to take off-farm jobs. government agencies for what they bookkeeping, cash-flow and financial women about credit use Insurance,
"I don't' like to use the term do,that they're still considered"farm analysis," Gladwin explains. "Our and Inheritance procedures In case oftheir
feminizatioa.of ..agriculture",*' "sayi wives" Instead of farmers, and don't program will introduce them to spouses' death."
Dr. Christina Gladwin of UF's Institute have the same accesi to credit, and decision-making tools like the micro' Gladwin says the first will
of Food and Agricultural aren't even counted as main computer.' We also want to help be given In Santa Rosa County in

..,,,,Sciences IFAS). 'But ina way; operators on the Agricultural Census. women now deciding between off- January and both the women
:that's what's happening. Because of Gladwin-is now organizing a special farm work and a farm enterprise, to farmers and their spouses are in-
"'r' inflation and skyrocketing production Extension program for women make the best choice for them. We'll vited

expenses somebody on these family ,
a farms has to ger a wage-paying Job ui'jIIIIIIIIIIII1' IIIIIIIfh1IIIIDt
More often It's the husband who takes Subsurface Drainage System '
i all off-farm Job because men have \"
earning and their
greater power
wives have to take over more and Can Be Used in -ieulture ,
more of the farm work."
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In a recent study of 50 North .. = Carrier Illllllll
,,i Florida farm families, Gladwin and By Norman PorterUSDASoil system has a gravity outlet Into an .
Dr. Masuma Downie found that ones Conservation: ServiceA open drainage ditch on the east side .w
t''fourth of the farm women worked full- of the property.The main function of
: J, time at farming one-half worked long awaited drainage systemwas the subsurface drain tubing is to e
{ 4 '-J-parr-time at farming and one quarter recently Installed on the Brad- lower and maintain the ground For theBride
t < .- had off-farm jobs. ford Fairgrounds to help control the watertable to 24-30 Inches below the
,? ; seasonal high water table that has surface. The'natural
The average woman did 20 hours of ground &
actual farmwork per week in addition caused a wet, muddy problem dun seasonal high watertable of the soils :
: to housework, canning gardening ing past years. found on the Fairgrounds Is at or
1 child care and other traditional farm The Bradford Soil and Water Com slightly below ground level. GroomA

wife chores; That's twice as much as nervation District (SWCD) was re- This same type of drainage M4M, '"
: the 11 hours.of farm work per week quested to help with the drainage system has application to soils witha collection of .
,1 ,reported] by farmers' wives in the problems and the Soil Conservation seasonal high watertable. It Is be- fornewlyweds
.-t 19308. Service (SCS) provided the ing used throughout the United poems "
"They don't see It as a women's lib technical assistance. Since Installa- States and Florida to help Improve is a
thing" Gladwin explains. "They call tion, the SWCD office has received soils for agricultural uses. beautiful gift.Hardbook Y Yy.wrrw.r.wwroww
4 it 'piching In.' The single over-riding some inquiries regarding operationof
An added feature Is that the subsurface edition
of these people's lives is to
the system and if it has applica-
keep their family together on the tion to agricultural lands. drainage system can now be $5.50. trJtj BONUS!
farm to keep It from going and used to help apply water to the plant Y.ww
underl, The Fairgrounds subsurface root zone for irrigation. This type ...
this is the only they t. "
way drainage system consisted of installIng system was recently Installed on 20 ....1jf! -:;;;;...:.;;:.; ,
These 'couples work terribly 4 and inch PVC drain ; ............ N..... $50 $100
hard," Gladwin adds. "One woman in tubing on acres of blueberries In Clay County. or
.. ,our study had three chicken houses a a designed elevation and grade.The For further Information on' Soil i- C\ME US SAVING; BONDS
Is feet basedon
{h''"V care herd of cattle and SO ergwith take'r tubing the desired spaced water 40 removal apart rate and Water Conservation' subjects If S P e SM IUM\\It H I'lKCHAbhOF 3MQIIMOO
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of. Her son helped the the lateral water movement within contact the SWCD or SCS office In :..,,', \K 0 BOMJ: W ITH PL'KCtlASb OK /lQt
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but she supervised. When her the Starke Agricultural Center,
k, the ,
gigs soil and the soil texture. The
came home from work he'd 9644280, ext. 289. e Toes HMIinwfc/ Cmrtm.Ino.
spend two or three hours an evening -
and cultivating and he
planting corn
all his vacations and weekends PVC CON'TRUCTIOLAZZARO
spent Office Shop Hayes ElectricstY
doing farm work/' UI1AOllt1
Between work on and off the farm,. '110 Call Street to't :6\Myp1tL
a: housework and gardening Gladwin FURNITURE :4 & Air Conditioning

of and Downle'sstudy found that in busy 964-8744
395 N. Temple Stark '
> seasons farm husbands worked an
Hi I* average of 62 hours per week and Wants You To Be Ready Your Neighborhood Carrier Dealer
'<(? their wives worked 78 hours per week.
Gladwin says many farm women
For Summer
don't find it easy to adjust to their '

growing,' responsibilities.women feel terribly \fl : .4'
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Reynolds'Aluminum
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Tom Draney District Manager for I
Reynolds Aluminum Recycling Company
pointed out "Recycling ,r SUN (19 INCH)

dividuals aluminum and is an organizations excellent way to for earn in- COnOR COLOR<< $ails, Aftmhk 95TELEVISION

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:1.. helping conserving to control natural Utter resources" and -\00)i......'. 54 dx is ok. x' SrlnWof( EACH >!
t CLASSIC DESIGN WHITE DECORATOR
Aluminum Castings: including pots
and pans power lawn mower hous : E \ ...!I\ 1 STACK $t &99
) ings and barbecue grills are also purl CHAISE LOUNGES 'I KING< CHAIRS OTTOMANS ;
chased for 10 cents per pound and, Jr f I % .
recycled by Reynolds. MAINTENANCE FREE WON'T CHIP CRACK OR PEEL WON'T I i I '- CHAIRS . EACH .

.RUST TEXTILE CUSHIONS RESISTANT TO. .MIlDEW;ROT MOISTURE. ) "
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U-COOK-IT W/PORCCLIN/ PANS AND VENTILATION
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PVC CONSTRUCTED .
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Report of Bradford Starke Man "
Charged Minor Accident' Convenience ,
Store Bad
Bull
State Office Dog ted according to 'W D.
Attorney's With Arson of TrailerA 'Trooper
Ort. US-301 In StarkeA
Hit-And-Ilun
Victim
Causes TroubleA Langston.During a scuffle Henry was
Starke man was charged with arson vehicle In the northbound struck by Hawkins and then blain the
turn The Hand
Food Store at DOT officer
.Way assisting In
Canes dismissed during April by the following a fire which totalled lane failed to turn, causing an acci- SR-100 and lOOA was entered by a was attacked by a bull dog belonging an arrest leg by Hawkins', bull dog. Henry was
distroyed a house trailer May 16. treated "for at Bradford
state attorney or the court dent May II. on US-301 In Starke.____ vehicle late Saturday evening. The to a Hampton man after the man was Hospital ,'Injuries
Charles E. Yon, arrested April 17 vehicle drove through the front door found following a hit and run accident >
and charged with aggravated Donald E. Vickery,' 21, of Starke Ronald B. Jewett of Raiford, driv- and glass, backed out and left the Monday evening. Hawkins was charged with driving
assault; case dismissed, lacked pro- was arrested and charged with arson, ing a 1973 Plymouth, was northbound scene, according to Trooper W. D. Ricky W. Hawkins 23, of Hampton while Intoxicated, wilfulwantonreckless'
according to Don Den- driving, having no' v.liddrivor'a
secutlve merit. Investigator In the inner traffic when his vehicle Langston. was arrested and charged with battery
Michael C. Milam, arrested March ton. Bond was set at $5,000. Vickerywas was struck on the left rear by a 1962 Damage to the store Is estimated to of a law enforcement officer andaggr.vated license, leaving the scene,,
30 and charged with grand theft; case released. on I his own Ford. The Ford, driven' by Furman be$15,000. The vehicle Involved in the battery May 18. according Total and refusing bond for to these sign the citations.
dismissed defendent being prosecuted recognizance.The Douglas Carson, 70 of Starke was May 14 accident is still being sought to Officer Pat Henry who was at charges was set
13,179. Bond for the of law
in another Jurisdiction. also northbound in the left turn lane by local authorities. assisting the Florida Highway Patrol. enforcement battery a
trailer located off of' .but proceeded straight ahead when officer was set at 13.000.
Danny Shuford arrested February Morgan Hawkins, driving a 1988
23 and charged with aggravated Road was owned by Deborah Green. the light turned green making im- Lawtey Inmate Volkswagen, was seen leaving the Hawkins was released/from the Bradford -
assault: case dismissed due to insuff Vickery, who rented the trailer, had proper change of lanes causing an ac- Stat-Flight PatientAn scene of an accident at the Michigan bond.County jail on- a recognizance
Cent ev dence. been told to move, according to the cident,according to Patrolman David : Ranch. Hawkins' vehicle struck the
Sworn complaint Issued February arrest report. The value of the trailer Crum. inmate was taken by Rescue 80 right side of a parked 1975 Plymouth Damage Damage the to the VW was1 $500.
to Bradford to owned
with Plymouth
Hospital by
and was listed as $3,000. The value of the respiratory he
28, charging sexual battery aggravated as attempted to leave the parking Alexander
assault; case dismissed for contents of the trailer which IncludedVickery's Damage to each of the vehicles involved problems late Tuesday evening. lot at 10:30 p.m., he then left heading, ings Ray, McDavid of High Spa
was $900,
Insufficient evidence. property was not listed in In the 11:29: a.m. accident was' Lawtey Correctlonallnstltutlon In- according to Trooper
toward Starke.
estimated mate Wallace Pleas, 83, B. A. Williams,
Ronald L. Bennett, arrested the report. to be $750 was still !
listed as critical Hawkins was located at his home In.
February 20 and charged with grand Stat-Flighted to Wednesday Alachua and General was Hampton and an arrest was attemp-
theft dismissed due to insufficient -
; cases Hospital. k 11.- --,.-

Larry evidence.Benjamin Rhoden, arrested 50 Felony Cases Received; .'
March 6 and charged with aggravated .. Servicemen We WANT To Be Your
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assault; case dismissed / ..i. ,
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since victim does not wish to pro-

secute.Sworn complaint issued September 8 Dismissed in AprilThe Lanc. Cpl. Blanka nshlp Hometown Car Center

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20, 1902, charging uttering a forgery, : Returns from duty
case dismissed, defendent made Bradford office of the state at- dismissed by the court or state 'at
restitution plus court costs. torney reports 50 felony cases were torney and there were two trials.:.* Marine Lance Ronald Feezell, arrested March 11 received during the month of April. The office of the' state attorney Blankenship, soro. of Gerald and ,
and charged with grand theft; case Informations were filed on 21 prior declined to prosecute 14 cases and ten Blankenship of Starke, i
dismissed for insufficient evidence. cases. Eight cases were dismissed by guilty pleas were accepted. recent returned from a deploymentat
a Leroy Chambers, Jr. arrested the court or the state attorney. There were 24 cases for Initial appearance Fort Pickett. Va. WE, WILL I
February 11 and charged grand theft- or arraignment In traffic Cpl. Blankenship Is a member of 1st ,
auto; case dismissed-victun does not There was one jury trial during the criminal court and 17 cases were Battalion, 8th Marine Regiment, I
wish to prosecute. month. The office declined to prosecute handled subsequent to arraignment.One Camp Lejeune. N.C. .1019 j

Lollie King, sworn complaint April : nine cases. Felony appealswere petition was filed in juvenile -.... ...'. ., .' ... j,_.., gf
IS, 1982 charging forgery and utteringa filed by two defendents. There court with non-judicial action approved ,
forgery case dismissed,defendent were no guilty pleas accepted. on seven cases. Four case were
plead guilty to another charge. Informations were filed on 34 dismissed by the state attorney or the
Inmate Steven William Thomas,arrested misdemeanor cases during the court, according to Investigator
Oct. 26, 1980 and charged with month. Nine prior cases were Wiley Clark. NEW Your Choice
holding a hostage, aggravated battery Cutlass| Supreme Coupe
and possession of a weapon; case
dismissed defendent incompetent to $ or
stand trial.Sworn r. 'Nothing astonish man to much at common sense and .>%: I 9 78 8
complaints Issued November plain dealing" R.W. EmersonNorman's .:,\ 1:1 Cutlass Cisra Broh.No. .
5, 1981 charging two counts of wor- .t\
thless checks, both cases dismissed,
restitution. made.
Claire Harrison, arrested August 1001
25, 1982 and charged with manufacturing Farm Produce,
cannibus and possession of .

more to than insufficient 20 grams evidence.; case dismisseddue STILL HAS PLENTY OF ,,:

John Paul Robinson, arrested StarkeStrawberries
January 20 and charged with grand Oat -. .
theft; case dismissed, unable to meal ia=:
locate witness. .............-
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a April weapon and by charged a state with prisoner possession, sexual of ==fi- u.'Z-'f.fg- .: Come Help Jim Lawson Celebrate His 20th YearIn

assault and aggravated battery; dismissed at the request of the uu\,;. 995'0''
According to Investigator Wiley Flat Bill Summeriin are also' eager to.;serve you.
i Clark, the county receives $50 for ass s
court cost when restitution Is made sa..eaaT11alfasatlsastlasaid
for each worthless checks. Starts 964-7500

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The family of the late John G. f ,. "
Holton would like to thank everyonefor 59C. : ,
their thoughtfulness of cards,
6r flowers and food. May God bless each
Home Grown :
of *
you.
I The family of John G.Holton 39CBLACKEYED Er2'Th
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The family of James (Jimmy) PEAS OKRANorman's
William Smith wishes to express their
appreciation to the community of ;
Starke for all the sympathy and Farm Produce
understanding offered during this .
time of grief. Without the help of US 301 N 964-6071 Starke
friends and relatives, this remorse
would surely have been unbearable. ,
Thank you everyone for all your JLJ i
needed and kind words during
support ''

this most difficult loss. The Lighter: Knot: (< t PAYDAYS


'Lounge' ;
The kindness and sympathy of '
neighbors and friends in our recent ,.., ,
sorrow will always remain with us as Presents....
a precious memory. Our sincere

comforting thanks and acts.gratitude. for aU those THE "MaleFactor"Featured t

one May for the your Lord kindnesses.bless each and every at Reynolds Recycling

Morris Carter Family'The


botham family wish to of express Buford M.our HIggin-thanks Top 3 recyclers each, day win $15, $10 or $5 prizes! E

i' for all the love and kindness that was
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..y shown to us during the recent loss of May 17 thru May,28. There's money fn other clean
our loved one. Every day is payday at ",, alumlnumitems'tQo, : '"

The ,flowers and food, cards, visits Reynolds Aluminum Recyc ( I.;. i Other aluminum like, foil
prayers were greatly
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and we will remember appreciated ling. But during Super Pay- ::''''- tubing, ,sheet and casting

each of you friends in a special way. days you can get a Reynolds 'can'be redeemed for a lower'

dusadee A special and thanks the staff to Dr.at Kiert the Bradford Sun-- "pay raise".Just.bring jn. price at Reynolds.; And >II

County Hospital for all their I: one of the three heaviest you'd be surprised at how ,,
help and concern over the years. loads of recyclable aluminum 3 quickly the pounds add up:'

: and Mr*.children Buford M. Hlgglnbotham for the day. Get 250 Be sure to cut long pieces,into ..

'. a pound for all-aluminum 3-foot .Il"-,'lengths. or less <

cans. Remember, the more .1 11 ,remove any!

The family of Connie Scott Win- as .f the more '.nof1aluml ,
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borne wish to express our dearest ,. ,: C.:,: X .' So startcollecting :;7 10 num mater-
appreciation to the many kind and ; '.4 t.,_ \ all- f 'I'' ials.: Bundle" ; :.
loving friends and relatives from '
Lake Butler and Doyle Archer in Playboy Magazine February, 1981 4 aluminum .. '" j pther items. I I
L.F.D who gave us Invaluable : ,cans today t separately '
assistance,and sympathetic support "Five of the Best Looking !Men! You'ltEver,See"on i f. ". from cans.
.. In bearing our grief after the deathof "1"" '; 1 .,< ', .
our wife, mother and daughter.We t >::' Ask for:
love you all. God bless you. [ hf: details..
Thomas P. Winborne. Scott aid I I; c
Mimi Mack W. and Margaret B. LADIES: ONLY NilE ,-,
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'To,Major, USAF Ant Come. First "Served" I! \r C 1.taaewwbw.ccma( ,;
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Richard C.Besteder, son of Cory C. Advance',Tickets, Available. at.Desk? j r 4UVlOln plae winners 'I
T., and Florence M.Besteder of Dallas, .. t J each day receive. a.. ,
'1t Pa/<.and whose wife, Elaine. Is the General 'PuMte ,Welcome, After 9:30pm: t ;., Hero's' where'we are 'OF S1X 8A08 PA :K duty of handy,*... ,...(\;,, "f
daughter of Daniel B. and Cleo S. H ynolosRucycttng I "fl' :

'ff Harley of Starke, has been promoted 'STARKE MOTOR INN ;.. .B.Bradford,.isaids County AkasMrans Fanners JHarto Marks HecycHnq, U.S. 301,Center thru, I' Bags, .
Tuesday
r\j\ hi the US. Air Force to the rank of : i[l'lj. r .. \I'
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major., ., Saturday, 2:00-4:00: p.m., ( May ) J
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'. Besteder hi a chaplain with the 20th (FemeHy HeBday imf t 'ff. 11 .,"- ,> ;, '.":*' < ; "*31)4 J ,,, ,. / ,
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fZ P vtT,Gall A. Booth Airman Kervle qn1basll ., Wendie Lee.SharD.II', .) was March 30. ;? Battalion//,',loth.. Marine' Regiment, The 17th Airborne Division Associa-

,'. lltiact- ?: +IL Assigned to Training., .. } Attending graduation were Mickey 36th Marine Amphibious Unit (MAU), Ubrt.composed of men who served as
.It f QI l' At Sheppard AFI., -: (Completes(; G. Sharp of Hampton PVI Sharp's Camp Lejeune, N.C/ paratroopers and glidermen In the
41.44most husband; her mother Shirley M. Conducted in Northern Norway the 17th Airborne Division during World
: Airman Kervle D Comb ls 'sun of 'Basic Gilbert of Starke, and her grand- exerclsa Involved forces from the War II, is conducting a membership
Kernie H. and.Irvane H: Combass of' nother, Milicenl Miller of Union,S.C. United Kingdom Netherlands drive to locate all former members.
.1<>'Improved, Starlce has been assigned to. Sheppard TrainingPrivate PVI Sharp will be stationed at Fort Canada Norway and the U.S. The exercise -,
';':,,;:!' j'J''''' Sam Houston, Texas to home ". was designed to cold
: .Dl.er" Air Force Base, Texas, after i return provide If you served with this Division,,
Io-.I..... completing Air Force basic training sometime in Se:''emt* ". ". weather operations training for allied please contact Edward' SiergieJ,
,.'.:-,,! During the six weeks at Lackland forces.' cretary-Treasurer... 62 Forty Acre
I : Air Force Base Texas, the airman Donald F.Slade The 26th. MAU was embarked.' Mountain Road Connecticut -
: ,' i1'v.I1.al"A.; : !: ..aooih.' daughter of studied the Air Force: mission, Reports for Duty :, aboard several U.S. Navy ships. 06810. for details 01'Je' : Division I
WK--, ; Booth of l Starke: has organization: customs and'received ... .. Association as well as 'informationabout
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?,completed eight weeks of I basic train- special training In human' rela- Sharp of Marine Sgt. Donald P. Slade son of the 30th Annual Reunion which
Wendie Lee
.) !to' toe National Guard at Fort Dix, tions. 1 Lillian J. and Donald F. Slade, Sr. ot ..17th Airborne Division this year will be held at the Peabody,
New Jersey. Pvt. Booth graduated In addition, airmen, who complete Hampton has successfully Feb Completedbasic Hampton, has reported for duty with ,Seeks Former Members ''Hotel, Memphis, Tennessee on Aug.: I
4 through
basic training earn credits toward an training during the'-Second Marine Aircraft UU.Anniversary.
25 Wing
*;punish receiving a "letter of com- Mar. 30 at Fort McCTellan, Ala.
associate degree in applied science Marine Air Beaufort
Corps Station
fnendatjon as Most ,
Improved' PVI Is member of the National
', .Soldier; of, Fourth 'Platoon,. AlphaiJt.Cotnpanfy ,through the Community College of theAir Sharp Guard a at Camp Blanding SiC -....*:v
: 4th Battalion Sth Training Force. Medical Unit 27th' and will now: Gary Hart Participates
:also Brigade, Ft. Dix, Newfersey, It-was specialized Airman Cbmbass Instruction will in now.the missile-receive 'receive medical training al Fort San In 'Cold Winter,.83"Mir1nrLIII1C..Cpl. !
recommended that she be
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pro Houston San Antonio Texasjvas
moted to the next highest grade as electronics maintenance field. Operating Room Assistant: .' I. Gary C.. Hart, .: LA'ST
His wife, Deborah Is the daughterof
q o'l>.U ogsible.c fora|ins Job, Robert D. Thorpe of Starke, Airman PVI Sharp was assigned id Company son of Leola Hart of Brooker,recently"
Combass of A 1st Battalion Alpha I;the first participated In a multi-national training -
1980
was a graduate
;P"t. ,K.nrieth Le .av. Keystone School. woman battalion since several years exercl8..*.."Cold Winter 83."
Junler-Senior High
G mplts. >i Basic TrainingArmy ... ago. ..,at Fort McClellan..Graduation. Lance Cpt...Hart'is a member of 3rd
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National Guard Pvt Kenneth'M. '. ,
WEEK
LeNeave- of Mr, and Mrs Terwillegar'MQ'to".r' .5''
,Johnnie M. LeNeave of Lawtey, has .
completed .basic training, at Fort 'Pall"
,Knox Kyj "
receive the training, ,':ttudetstl, S'U D&e:
instruction in drill and I SP&e9,4 S w
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.c: emonles.'wN1JOftS/ruap reading, t f 37th
tgctifc&j\ military: courtesy. military ,
*yfetle j; firstaidarid Army history
grand' traditions. 83 Escort Sale

".-LeNeave Is a 1902 graduate.of 2 Door,. low Back Seats, Air

I Bradford. High School, Starke. Conditioning, Gauges. Dual Appliance Supermarket

Mirrors

''Forestry :dept,. '
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$69 5ni

\ ?; persoiieLure'' ..

19 / Admiral

firefighters too Chest Freezer

I. :Fighting (ires .is one of the major' Big 193 Lb.Capacity
responsibilities of the Florida Division : Don't miss a good bargain
of Forestry,but most people are, 83 Ranger Buy your food on sale
I. surprised to learn that the agency's and freeze it until
k responsibility goes a lot further than. you need It.Whirlpool.
uuiJIg out forest fires.
2",%' .Forestry",firefighters respond to9 :$6295
hous.fires automobile accidents and LW5
other emergencies on a regular basis,,
and In.some areas of the state the .
Division is actually the only fire protection 'Step :Bumper: Included General Electric -

agency for many residents 5.000 BTU A/C,
"In ,addUion'to actually fighting 4.000 BTU A/C
rural structure fires, -we _.teach.
'. %,,c firefighting,to many volunteer fire
'departments;." said Division of.
Forestry Fire Chief Michael C.Long.
kMost of the training that we offer Your
( deals with brush fires, but' our Choice
.i .rangers are trained for structural
firefighting\ and although we.don't EYE
I usually assist In that type of training. l
we do often help VOhlllee&nl./ !. 'Ilus'I You Get V
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lirltrsar 'f1)1. house fitW M .
BJiM2, : Qag small,rd'e c mmGnitileeF tq \. ,i 'o Wjr,0.!?,%6Ii'. .

1 witlilfire equipment.J.rAnd, other firefighting! Ford Financing': and Save Now!

We )have rebuilt more than' 100,
federal and state excess vehicles and k C .

placed them into -service in small f Gives you mar time for good Itmti _
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communities throughout the state
Long said.. 'We. also' act as administrator -
for a considerable Mustang Comv0rtifole Whirlpool
amount of federal funding earmarkedfor *288 Automatic
rural community fire protection.*'
Even/dn large cities the forestry .List.s 15,918.OO, ; Washer
division plays a role in fire protection ', $13' 900' YourChoice Family size fail yhitflp6ol
and fire management by administer Discount, -- 2,018 II PlusT.. Gas llMiriJO" 2 speeds G/
or
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tngIoricta'* outdoor burning laws ,
'.:'Many.:.time&o. local governments!! Rang 3 cycles
have burning rules more .stringent ,
than,UW statelaw. and therefore the. OD
local-rule takes precedent," said
Long. "But if there are no local rules: '
or if they don't supersede the state of
law,-then the Division of Forestry |Is, e. a 18Gans

resons ible." ? .
:JlW Division of Forestry was iliac:
ed.in charge of urban trash burning ,
for.two reasons. First-;unlike most
other-atate agencies, forestry has offices -. 1 17 Cuble'Ft
statewide that are manned '
seven,days,a weef.;; .Therefore, when 83 FordRanger '83 ford LTD ,82' Escort Frost*! Clear' ,
'Citizens.(.want to burn trash, on,? Station Wagon
'weekends,i,they,',are able to.gei Pickup : 4,dr.,. 4 cy'v ichooldrivers' : RafrlgvratorFully
authorization. Secondly,,IIrrtowel'l 1:: \ 'loaded Demo odu| lobl. 1Ip11t.t.. lv....
ed
car 30O
are used to detect rural wildlife and AlrAM.'M' : 1-. ; Rtall9699.S Two v g.tobl i xiltpin and
'smoke from trash fires can often miles, retail 99O3. / I Il Il;ll 1 meat storage.to keop foods
cause a false alarm if the Division of, $ 59500 MSO 9'9" rin<. f .. .rlongK ICI$588.MAKERS
Forestry cIoe n't.have ,.notice of the $8.60500 I \:; 00 '
trash f ire, ;' 749'5'
t;>eWe're..pieuiLftt;; the-Division of( I \, .> !
,Forestry is diverse enough/ : to provide "
services for both rural 'and urban, 82' Ford Mustang ', \ ; '" all
citizens.T: Long said. "The nature of : \RTJ7FG!
Jour work dictates: that we be a 7 day Air PS, pa. M-'M Stereo ": 82 Mazda: RX7
: for '
( Outdoor
'a-week; 24-hour-a-day organization, !Ready Jacuzzi
: and we feel It's in the best interest o(. .. '655000" *99500 Cooking. Complete line'
I the taxpayer to provide as many' services :14,000 miles .Loaded': ; of Grill Parts and Gas Grill
for the public,as we cap; .. ',f.
Accessories. Tank Refills the
. Bring greatesttaste
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Bald Eagles'Abound r 1 of outdoor
; 81 Mazda: >" -- r Gas'
In Florida' Wildlife:' cqoking home. 7
.'"''I"1\ V "Su ildowner'*'' .r7'fo'r., : .150 "";:;. 80 Che ette' Fish Complete selection
'Our nation's symbol the bald eagle, ,0. '
has a bright future in Florida."eoncauMbanmflaj ,P/U Truck >w/campr: topper, air,'4 speed;\' 2 dr.. hatchback, AC.| Cookers of grills to choose from
'was- 'foundthrougout'
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1 however with man's the United us*of pesticides Stalest,,", :I "I$3995" 0O oD.", r$,46950G-Jl', /'.,." 399500'

pollution and development\ the eagle"- -' .- -' -' .... .- \
.number' have dropped to ,tne point .. -> .. ,,' ,I"" : 1". ... ',,0' '

moat where states,the. :majestic bird' 'it..l.is; rare'"!(, in 178 I Plymouth Dr 78_ ,Ford? F.I50 77Chev.. .SuburbaHor'IzenYAi '. Litton

.*Wtltttfa'Research"Biologist ,Sieve: > '. Ir.' "Aufq Long Bd Air.c'a d. '. :;;: :4 x d' ,C2 o.. Microwave, Oyen
Neabltt o.tM Commtastorfs wJW5r || t: .*. .'....r.... .. ", I Discover the so"end
J NMrcfc taboratoty tis*;"conducted $- ftl3bKOO ::: ..,. irJ Vonvwttonc ef modern
I.J of ... .. for the past I 22".95 675p tl
'surveys 13 nesting"" ''w ** *"* II \ : i d'I I ',. ,. : ; I microwave cooking for vvurMlfliwtolletlon

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i in the. Sunshine State;" said .:...... : .1 r ; M.d.tilt
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X known, nt-llng territories.nr .,.... ., -v -
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SALE. FORRENT PERSONAL YARD SALE FOR SALE. WANTED PERSONAL, ". ,": HOMES .; ;:. 'I ,

LAKE LOT on end bottomed OFFICE SPACE lacing SERVICES I SERVICES FOR SALE Miniature. OeHCeursMDel. :.

Ink* In Hlllc..... $800 Lawrence Ilvd. Next doorto MOBILE HOME tjXM: Mobile. WILL PAY CASHtFr your used !ura Jaya. ",, \ :

down, $,46..... per month. A"Drugs.. Also CARPENTRY AND MASONRY MOVING SALIi Frl., Sot.. Home, appliance. .el Up, mobile home. Key HANDYMAN Remodeling, LOOKING POll a special or: .Indoor. ,Price+S3.9OO
Phone 473-4058 or several large office. far WORK Building patios, May XO-21 beginning at 9 In park. Available In Jun., Powell ....1177. TFN 8/19 kitchen, bathroom, .piece of property- ft don't up. Financing. _lIobI..' .
473-4367 ot... 6 p.m. 5/5 rant In rear of building, addition, remodeling ...... Crystal lake. In frontof 4995.00 coll '496-3328 TWO MMCOVIY DRAKES quality' work lor '' .have It, ril find. ..- Just ask. LOMMA ENTERPRISES, INC.
llnchg facing Flamingo. Call home. and tll. work. Fro* beach on CR." SI 47th 1-chg 5/19 and four duck. form this or reasonable price RichardIn ..JANII. USER, REALTOR } Box 93SWScrontan. '

BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA .73.3411.115 tfnchg estimate. Phone 473-4473 St..... Furniture 18 PIGS FOR 'SALE call ''adjoining county call Lake Butler. Phone 46-3126 or....2903 eve*., PA 18503!

access lots from $9,900 OFFICE SPACI.downlown during day. 5/5 tfnchg household' Items, lawn 496-3332 I-pd 519MOVING.IIARS' 496-2259 with quota. 1-pd 46-3054. Itpd 9/12. "Your Union County ((717)346-8559
$500 down. 71.74 per. next to State Form CARPENTER WORK equipment bicycle WATER Silt WOULD UKI TO KEEP YOU Realtor. nAn 5/1V

month. Discount on entire Keystone Center, Remodeling work, kitchen clothing. V19 llchgPRt. SOFTNIR and clarlfier, WANTED SHOMES Manufacturer CHILD Any age child In my' PROPERTY POII.ALI
10 ac._. On. waterfront $160/Moi Keystone cabinets and trim. ....... ., lAT... May 2021. from good condition. $300. need. five homesltes homo weekday from 7 IY '
'lot. Coll 473-4379. S/S Heights Realty. Inc.. try. Reasonable price. 9 Mil. Lawrence Blvd. south 2-pd 3/19 to display new 1983 In- a.m. until' 6 p.m. Would ..
Call 473-2477 after 530 from G....... Street. ground pools Croat THE UNITED STATES Of AMERICA
Hnchg REALTOR .73.."'. 5/5 acres MILK COW FOR SALE 3/4 savings also like to do house clean.Ing
COMMERCIAL PROPERTY 5/5 tfnchg 5/19 1 tchgGAaAGIIALI.Iook. if your home qualities. and
on tfnchg p.m. laundry Ironing '
whole, stem very gentle, Call Notta .te. ...... that the United" State* of
hereby
corner of Lawrence Blvd TRAILER! 38R., IBotb funnish.d CARPET AND VlNftt1ft ., toys collect anytime Please call 496-3731' and .
and Flamingo near SIM00 fenced yard near and Installations. Free household Item. No now being milked called 904-7218332. 4-chg S/S ask for Koran 4tchg. America, acting through the '-roAgriculture.-

and SR.21 Intersection. schools, l89/ma., ..tlmo.... Ten ,year ... clothe Moving must II.quldat. 496-2487 l_cho,919Classified 5/26 ....11I--.. United, ._ DeportiKMt .
separate office complexes d.po.lt. Call 473-4995. perience. Call 473-4317 .. Corner of FOR RENT will... a to. the fallowing ....,...*'pre..., ... Cem-: '

; corn. lot with ...- 5/12.192khg' and ask for Craig.' 5/5 Lawrence Blvd. and Paint YARD SALE ...*.. leoel eescrlptions..---ra for,Inspection. ef

franco* on 3-sldes of LAKE FRONT COTTAGE fur tfnchg View Rood Saturday 8. 2. Ads the "......... and additional .InformeriM. may b* e*.

building. Own. financed, nished. leE. A/C. boat LOCAL EARLY RETIREE 9/21/83 Itchg S19Steve Get Results TRAILER FOR RINTl 3 Brined by centectliig the County Supervisor l..dlc......
with low In'....' rot.. Call dock screen porch. Near wont day work. Cutting j 4-FAMILY YARD SALE) 825 bedroom, 2 bath Central .

4734930 or 473-3411 S/S Keystone. 4734186. 5/19 maintaining 1 lawns.. Small SW 3rd Ave Lake Butler. Heat and air" furnished BID ITEM 1- 13 aero,fenced with. 1 layer houses. 311

tlnchg ItchgLOSTFOUND point |obs..washing house j Broadway r "i .- -- Girls--nebom toy., stuffed to animal*ii. 6,, nice 'location: Call .*. ft. CB _.... buIlding end o 4" well 'and pump

1978 TORANADOl ono eaves. Any handyman I For Salo 496-3018. Itchg 5/13. located 14 miles. South of Lake CIty. Columbia County.Acaufrod .
driver, 37,000 miles. A/C. |obs. Call 473-2568. ( TREE SERVICE i ladle. and men clothing (
AM/FM radio with top 9/12-26 3tpd SIR Concrete Block hoes, book., 8 track NOTICECLASSIFIED 9/13/81.) ,

d.ck. Excellent condition Removal trimmed In brick. Located tape, 3 stereos,
LOST Silver miniature poodle household Item. Sot, May .BID ITEM 118ecra .hog farm with farrowing house
Inside and out, front wheeldrive i at 720 NE 3rd.' St.
pear
disc brakes, In vicinity of Im- MISCELLANEOUSI'NGO..AMII'CAN Trimming 1 Lake. 14, 8 ...... until. Itchg AOVIRTISINO finishing" ,slob. 4" well' and. pump .... mobile homo sHe

brake powerleering mokole* Road.Answers to Free Estimate : 2 BR14x14' 5/12 should be submitted la the .located near Wortkmgte. Spring. Union County. (A.

excellent power IIr... Con been "Plata". Reward offered. (!; Firewood one-)7xl7.) living Union County Tim.. officeIn quire l/M/03.)
room
.. at Chevron Food Mart Call 473-4993 or 4733077. LEGION HALlSr21. Saturdays. Anytime I INSURANCE writing and paid In advance .
SR 100 and 21. 473-49O7. 5/12 Itchg 7 p.m. Public Invited. I3'x20'i, dining room, unless credit I. BID!ITEM SW SOO acre located IS ......South of.lake. City

38... 2BATH HOUSE by 9/5 tfnchg. A73. 732 i IZxiri 12'1120"with kltcher17x17, already established' with .. County: Read 131. Complete. farrowing. house. shed .' ,
HELP ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS. den fireplace. MAINCS INSURANCE AGIN- this office.. and ........ for swine. fattening slab. with outometlcfeodera
B.n own.Franklin Family room fireplace A/C, Closed' After 5 P.M. W/W carpet on hardwood CYl 160 S. lake Ave.. Lake THI TIMES STAFF CANNOT' .small catch pen. 9 grain hi... scales.eleveter ..
WANTEDLICENSED meeting Monday I p.m.Op.n ::1 floor 1.76 acres of land. Butler 496-3978. Compl.t. 81 HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR .
four ceiling fans, Grove Rp.m. K.y.tone Heights stainless steel nitrogen tank, two 4" submer."
St., good neighborhood Alonon meeting/ Friday 8 UconMcl A Iniurod' j George langley Insurance. Service. TFN MISTAKES IN CLASSIFIEDS slble.. pump and ono r 'Irrlgetleo well. Calu.......County. .

41000. Auumoble 8 3/. p.m. All mooting Monday at .. I ._496-2509_. S/19 WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER (Acquired 1/13/83.) ..
THI TELEPHONE. ,
Call473.2337512192Ichg COSMOTOLOGISTI, Full or
percent mortgage. Educational Com-
part time. Call 479-2211 munlty Church Building 473-2790 or Subscribe Today! Classified deadline(to TUESDAY FOR lID ITEMS I. 2. AND 1 CONTACT MIL DANNY

1916 BUICK CENTURY load..d. Doris' Hair Clinic. 5/5 479-2130. 5/9 Hnchg Business Opportunity UNION COUNTY NOON prior. to GARLAND 1991 S. FIRST STREET LAM CITY. FLORIDA
AM/FM radUCB tfnchg OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo Thursday publication 3M4S PHONI ttII4nu......
breaks/steering Convonlonc Store With Gas TIMES Minimum charge I*' IS
power due, fee In .
or weigh *
landeou top excellent NOTICE Open meeting Tuesoy'i. For loot 496-2261 word for $2.75, then 10 BID ITEM .... 1 bedroom 1% both frame dwelling on
for word
each
condition. See to op. 7:30 p.m. Community cent thereafter.n 12<10_ tarns tract, approximately' 71 acre* open land

preciate. 473-2499. 9/19 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Church Educational' ....... on-ilght dealer with with belence In weeds' 1 mile.. S.uth. .*.t ofOresnsbera.
strong skills'
.
1979 FORD CRIW-CAB should be submitted to the Building K.yston.H.lghts Store marketing 0oll...... CouItty'J Acquired 12/17/82.: )
.. .
TRUCKt loaded. 40.000 | currently company ,.,...,. .rnad.ling7 ,
.
Lok. Region Monitor office 4732790. 5/5 .
mil... Excellent condition 'Capital required for grocery ,.......tory.
$6,900. Call 413.7013.v.n- In writing and paid In advance tfnchg. ; No goad will or franchise fee. High vohimo location '. Nvard fwpaIrs? CONTACT MR. JOI BALKCOM,1140 W. JEFFERSON ST.,
unless credit ,Is BINGO Lions Club acres. .
QUINCY FLORIDA 123S1 PHONE 904/878-4004
9/19-26 2tpd evellable. In L_. Butter. and Storke. ,
ing already established with from high school.' Tuesoys, CALL

1970 self TRAVEL contained TRAItERl and In 24 ft.., this off lc.. Early Bird 7 p.m.: Regular. Call Collects Fred Pow.llArea H.J. THOMAS BIO !JIM < 187.... ((128: In cultivation) divided kite 2
excellent Cod. 813-170-3030
condition 2500. MONITOR STAFF CAN 7:30 p.m. Public 'Invited. k tract, ono of approximately 88 at... wnh % mil..

Call 4734IS9.91926 NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLEFOR 5/5 tfnchg. -. 496-3283 highway frontage and one 72_tract separated from
MISTAKES IN the first 1/8 mile. loco d II
tract
by approximately
196. VW BEEl,.. iuv.fci. CLASSIFIEDS Writ AD IS .
YARD SALE Window Screens Door '
sharp needs motor. Mak. TAKEN OVER THE Repairs miles North of Ponce do Lees Holme. County. (.Acquired -

of f.r. 473-4189 9/19-26 TELEPHONE. Used Mobile Homes Build Cabinets Paint 8/16/82.)
TWO FAMILYi Sat., Sun.,
ClASTRON BOW RIDERt 15.5 Classified deadline Is Build Additions
It. 65 hp M.rcury with Tuesday noon prior to May 20-21. SR-21B. 1 mil. 2&3 Bedrooms Repair or New BID ITEM 61378 *... ... brick veneer dwelling'' on 868ecre
trim. Galvanized Thursday publication. past Mr. Mac's Restaurant (140-.ere."in croplond IBS acre ...._nsnleestvre.
power trailer, excellent condi Minimum chorg. I I. 15 on Lok. Santa F. Followsigns. Liks Butter er SUrks So acre In pond. and ZOO acre .....n-4)))

tion. Call 473.3049 evenIngs words for 275. then 10 furniture. Swivel and rocker mlscel., other One full year warranty located 6 ....... Wed.4 ..nlf.... Hof.. c-ty. (Aeo

and all day weekends.; cents for each word Completely Reconditioned quired 12/08/81.)
1/19 thereafter.Subscribe. Items. 5/19 tchg .1 BR, lATH mobile home In excellent condition on 3
Itchg FRIDAY, May 20 from 9-4.Cardinal b. acre*.Mostly cleared and planted In Bahala On
John Brown grass. SID ITIM 7- I42e sq.ft. trt-lovel .log house on 187 acre.lecat.d .
l PURE BREED DOBERMAN Drive. acrossfrom Rising Road |lust off 223. $39.000.
Narlhw st of W..tvI1l. an dirS road about 2
PUPPIES Both on lementary school.. WALK TO DOWNTOWN STARKI. 3 I.. I bath, fenced
parents
l Look for signs. Ilk., kitchen Home Center Inc. miles.. West off Highway 111. Approximately ISO ecresC
premises, tall docked appliances/ clothes, yard attached carport. Owner will consider financing In ...-. balance, In w.edl.nd. asd ..... Hof...
shots and wormed $73 Today/ $27,500.IUUTlfULLY.
This bo
rua*. etc. 5/19 Jtchg unly (acquired 9/10/81)) property may pun
each 473-2783 after 5 p.m. SR-21 473-3775 Key.tone Hgts. MAINTAINED 3 BR homo' on W.MadisonSt. .*.... .* ono .large tract. In single. tracts, or In com .

9/19 .. $48,000. Try FHA or VA. .......... ........ 4e.crlbad. .. follows, .
BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA. 100 ft. on lake. Good

.' Starke Ads beach nicely landscaped shaded, 2 BR, 2 bath homo, SW ITEM 7-f-Threo story"A"tram log.......with over
i
\ ,. \t lorg. lot. toll for appointment: '.190 sqvere foot of heated ...... Cattle holding pen

and .*...... chute.. % milfrontage. on graded dirt

} FOR RENT".. ,.__, FOR RKNT,,... ., .. 'pERSONAL-- PERSONAl 140 ,'fI ., ,, > > j ? Vfsmud noi......Hd..yTwo .hundred feeT-orlOk-. _
.a.P. ah.r. ( ***? I y:: _,,,, I" ; "," "
1"\\ '
r- SERVICES' / '/fJI'It( r< ..........aAPM+.r.rd0_.!"" 1 IH1 f' J '
,
SERVICES FOR SAle.:
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MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE LOCATED IN COUNTRY, 2 BR .. Ito ITEM 7-N.-109 acre. with over TOO ft. ........ engraded

home HOME and PARK for Mobile rent. mobile home partially furnished EXPERIENCED PAINTER' .', GLASS CUT TO ORDER! 'MUST SELL FIRST. 1 MORETOAGI Inc. dirt rood and 1,008 ft. .lobe ......... Apprex-
space C AC call 964-5360 Neat work Interior or oxterlor. Neighborhood Proportion.
Doors window
etc. InIIIhIy 10 of's. .land balance lake and
stns M
Recreational' vehicle 'pan
after p.m. Free ..lImo'... JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY ) Stark area. REALTORS ( o4)) "54-5231 -- .
welcome. Phon. 468-2913. 3 BR, 1% BATH CHS.A. Reasonable price with ; 964-6078. Order also $8.900 at 16X secured by
9/16 rinMOBILI stove, ref., $260 month goad reference.. Call $35,000 properties.. Must
token
In Lok. Butler,
BID ITEM loa with of .....
7-IM-Approv.' 2408 ft.
HOMES FOR RENT acre
964-5177. 5/19
first and last In advance, Itpd 496-3079 and sell because ,of death,
On. mil. from Storke city 9645904. 5/19 echo PAINTER ._nabl.. Freeestimate. 473-4973.Keystone'H.Ighw 2/26 tin ((904)) 489-1463 between WHITE SANDS LAKE. PRIVILEGES with.12.7. mobile freetego.... ever .COO ft. frontage on graded. dirt road
limit. Clan Hwy. 16 W. NICE ROOM AND BATH Interior/Ex' FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS 8:3O and 5pm. Monday home only 13,900. (IS acre. el open. land, ....... to ..... end weeds).

Call 4681323. 10/07 tfn. Private. 9646035.2' terior. No lob too small. 15 through Friday 4/28 tin REDUCED TO 82.000- LOVELY COUNTRY HOME- KH-

KITCHENEFFICIENCYRoom 4tchg 519'U.NISHED years experience. Call 144 W. Cell St. BY OWNER 2-story. S BR 2 chsn fully equipped. on. :M acre with pecan trees,frvft MO ITEM a391 acre with 140 acre .In witt...... and
for rent at low APARTMENT 468-2895 of ....1919.5/12 9647383T.W.'F BA. CHI A. good location Ire.. and pasture. *t email .take S.0801 highway........and .....'on dirt .
weekly '0'... Call T.mpl. Three rooms and bath. 2tpd 5/19 on North Walnut St. CANAL LOT off Lake Santo F* wttb'mobtt home. -' read .. completely '-' Ale bas tram* dwelling

Motel 964-7397. 9/16 Private yard and driveway. S M STAPLES Now .has .9 ill" 8:30 $35.000. Call 964-7347 or good terms 29.000. which has .... reserved.* Iff.estete for prior. ow..,.

CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for Utilities furnished. No opening for full boardingwith 'Thurs.-it AM III 7 PM 533-157.5/12 tin : Wl HAVI WATERFRONT LOTS Several. l en different This property f* lclJ approximately 6 mile.. Northwest

rent. On Hwy. 16 W. Close children-No p.... Phone turn outs, training lat.-. AM M S PMAppelntmels BY OWNER ft. lake*. of Westvllle en Highway 181. Nolns County.Acquired .
to prison. Call 468-323. 964-5464. 5/05 tin wearing and fitting for house and 1500 sq. CI ROOKIR AREA 1 BR, I belli. QUA good term.. ( 10/01/82.) This property may bo purchesda .

10/07 tfn. ALMOST NEW 3 BR, 2 IA halter with over IS years Net Always Necessary approximately WATER ST. 3 BR, 1 bath, excellent. owner flnenetng.IAWTEV awe ..... parcel. bs single. tract of.m, .......,.........
WITHIN CITY LIMITS. 3 BR. block house In city. CH/A experience. In showing and 1/7 tfn 11acres. Has CB utility AREA .. Nice house with wlmmmg ........) thereof. described a folI.wss
.. .
I I'/i BA home. $379 per kltch.n equipped. $330 co... Call day 468-1919 or BRADFORD SEPTIC SERVtCIl house and barn. 7 acre* of 66,500.SEVERAL .
acre
mo., $200 security deposit month first and lost month 4682895. 5/12 2tpd 5/19 Residential' pI>mp.aut.. ''co.n. pecan reel and fruit COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES FOR SALE-Good BIO ITEM.....107 acre. with ever 3,000 foot el Mgkwoytrente
required Call 964-7404 rent. 533-2210 after 6 EXPERT BABY CAM and tree*: $65,000. ''''3-4790. .
p.m. $95 we also re-lay drain Inv..nt. *.. 4 acre ...... approximately. 87 acre bs
.
and ask for David or Eddie.After 5/12 5/26 child available.' 5/12 5/19
Stchg care line*. 964-8121. 11/18 tfn StcHg ACREAGE T acre to 200. cuMv.tian.lanced.two.......950.a fnno iw.IQsgrsa.rwd
.
9PM call 964-7450. IN COUNTRY Unfumishdmobile Reasonable rate to all. S BR. I.S2 ACRES. call
.
RENT TO OWN Office furniture
INVESTMENT PROPERTIES Several. lecetlemtSPACIOUS .h> fife ._ far proviau* __.
.
OCIANFRONT CON. home, $ 65. plus Cathy Pravatt; County Rd. typewriter 782-3673 or 782-32O9. 5/19.
DOMINIUM RENTAL $100 deposit 326. S. Hampton FL, BRICK HOMO Reduced. t* 45,000.
now taking 5/26
2tpd
Weekly or monthly. Fully applications. 964-9734. 468-1603.: 5/19 2tpd 5/26 calculator. and ono heavy WATER FRONT PROPERTY NICE *.- 1 acre with 3 I.. I .both,brick,between Stark lID filM -...48.... with 4 mltafroteo en gradeddirt .

'furnished 2 or 3 BR. Pool. 5/19 Itchg HOUSICLEANINOl Will duty available.copying Or, rent machine month Klngiley lake H_. 2) and lawtey, 36.908 excellent assumable" ...... reed,16 acre. of open.. lend, end. small ....... F-

Jacuzzi'-Beach. The Ocean NICI ROOMS FOR RENT clean your home or office to month. Come by today. story lake front home,, 10 ACRES well and septic born., with, left,,only. d. s ase ......

Gallery A-1-A South, St. low weekly rates, wall to spotless. wag.. THE OfFICE SHOP. 110 W. designed for round 12100' '
Augustine. 1-904-.6663. wall carpet air and TV negotiable, call 964-8911. Call St., Stark 964-9764. year BEAUTIFUL WOODED leke lot and cottage 14.800.. BID ITEM.-..-....acre with '/ mile; frent.gs en graded

NIAR HISTORIC ST. 964.9992. ask for Ann. 5/19 2fchg tin. full living.bath 3146 sq. ft.., 5 /R. :3 .COMMERCIAL UILDIFM% 4328... ...1 A*, ilea. 4mtreoms. dlrl tad. .......m.saip ball. ....... end .ball .aped

AUGUSTINIiOceonfrontcondominium 5/19.7/07 BILL'S SAW SHOP! Complete' CHSA, 'Ig., W/W carpal with and 1 phase. wire,.VERY.MASONABUY PMC ..... Fenced. _, .wo. .
great room
rental. sharpening service, circular ED.AfFOROABLI. ..
Weekly or monthly rental. MOBILE hand, carbide, chain ZENITH COLOR TV fireplace' gam.roan and lID ITEM ..tV-
2 BR. fully furnished pool. mower blade hollow 25" Console model.,Due fully equipped c kitchen CLOSE RJ.1254 ...:ft., *.... alas CIa ....... en graded dirt road. 24 acre of open. land

bach Pier Point South HOMES ground and balanced tp>> bankruptcy we are sellIng crnd dock" house, borne. I 8R, 1% bath carpeted throughout celling ........ M w........... Footed on- ......,
A-I-A South St.AuIlU.II. leave at Jackson Building this TV for$268 will undeck and covered !boar ,"
,
FOR SALE or .... tereened perch, chain.link fence, utility room. "
.... 1-904-471-3622. Supply In Storke lift. By Owne,. 190000. '
Keystone finance with very good CA/H. > liD ITEM 8-V-63 acre with mile trout*gal on gmdid"ng
CUTE CLEAN HOUSE 2 Heights or Lok. Butler. credit at $2.- month. Will Call 964-1 183. 904-264-1183 ,dlr9 rod. eppr.-'V, half. waged and bail .pang' .c.

4 bedrooms 1 bath. Yard. A t W MOBILE HOMI SALES TFNchg deliver. Call Collect I -' or 904-264.4812. S/19 7Ichg LAKE BUTLER AREA country living.....* 11.6...*,, ...... hated ... ...... : ,
333 No. Walnut St. $350 New and Used Mobil. SEWING MACHINES 1-786-0932. 6/30 ,I 1 ..
aluminum siding' home 1199 s*.. ft.. I SR. 1 .both,
,1 month first-lost month Homes for sale. Walt. RIPAIRIDi All make 1V fireplecf. assumable. 8 3/4 VA mortgage.CA/H. BID ITEM S-V WI ecres with V mile. hens; ...en graded
rent deposit. Call 964-7347 (Bud) Alvarez Invites cleaned ailed and adlusted. '
you
.. .
tit dirt reed approximately half weeded end half open
or 533-2137. 4/28 tin to come out and browse. $1S. Work SINGER, SEWING MACMINIFutura Classlfie&Ads; INVESTMENT'.PROPERTY If W live In ewe and rant thedIHoti. .......Fenced: ...... ......'
guaranteed. Jam.
SUMMERHOUSE RACQUET CLUBiOcean-BEACH A Highway 17 South Strickland corn. Morgan II. Reg. $648". Bal. Get Result9r'r other. Two framed house.fur........ and .la good a. '
Palatka. Florida.
329-9551 due $261" or payment of .... ether bo t BID ITEM 8-VH-2I acre with massy. lend. fence
front condominium rental' Rd. and Hwy. 16. TFNchg + + Close In OHO he 2 II; 11, M. 011OI'
w..kly or monthly. Fully, 1983 or 328-4682.FLEETWOOD 3/31 tin 2 BR. 1 TYPEWRITER REPAIR, Call $28" month. Ha. to be. NEW MICROWAVE+OVEN- .-,1 ...... lock .ho. a storage shed and wired .for.......\ a twa ....... .,...... and. .......,. an two .......'
the good credit) Call Collect nice I"% BA. .brick kerne, lake Butler *. s "i
furnished 2 or 3 8R. Tennis.racquetballpoolbaachr. IA. Cathedral Office Shop. 110 W. Anton brand $233' or" ,ONI ACM are
ceiling with
fan. Call St.. Storke, far detail. Will D.Iivrt ,1-786-0952, with, good CANAL LOT. Now I* the time to buy. FOR BID ITEMS .. 6. 7 end 8 CONTACT. MR.:AUBREY
$2900 and 21" month
Asking $
A-1-A South St. Augustine. assume payment of 964-5764. tfnWANT credit per Can be financed onV 'MOBIll HOMI ON ONI ACRE .pear. Lake. Buff r.Tao. .. SAPP II* E. PA. AVI.. BON1FAY, FLORIDA M43S. .
PHONE
1.904-471-1503. 6tchg $197.38. Call after I .... TO DRINKTTHAT'S '. with' good croclltuWI" 904/S4/-4277.
p ; with and Hx ....... .... ..
20x30: WAREHOUSE: 801 N. 9644602. 5/09 YOUR BUSINESS Subscribe// deliver Call collect S NICI ACRES tree up .
9/19
2tchg 'BID ITEM*" **.. *. ... ..* ..
Thompson St. $175 month. 128 ACII.New WANT TO STOP 1.786-9689.: "K1 ...... "" 'F** ocres.WM e*>
Call 473-4728 Itchg 3/05 River Breaker TATS OURS ,., 6 ACRES with fix up house on Hwy. US. cMadse aver ZOO Iocy to pa.I ...... '

4 ROOM FURNISHED APT. 14x70- SR 2 IA area .. A..1a. A-- .- ---------- IVs ACRES with owner fI........... High and dry. Auto gnsto st.r*|.. ........ 11 ....... Wee of Uv.
upstairs with screened mobile 964-418 964-S434 TOP NOTCH DAY CAR CENTER Good 1 Income. 'Oak on South ....of MIMieH/ ........Svwewwe. Cevnty.Aetutre1 .

porch $150 per month plus 80 home.acre*CH/A.tillable 1982, model.. fed' .*......4 C :& C Mini StorageNow'Renting : ,20 ACRES pest posture and part weeded, ,( 1.1/07/U. .

SAO security deposit. No creek. Phone spring ALANONFAMILY I WATERFRONT LOTS-Cresey and .......... ,LnVes.Owner .. .
pets, on 514 Epperson St., 813-763-9699 GROUP fliwinclng.Houses. :CONTACT. MIl WAUACI MCCO MlClr. 1901 Ilk ...,

964.8071.5/19Itpd 5/19 or 813-467-2717. S/12 2tpd 964-6219 : 'k,' '. and Apartment For Rest "''!. LIVE OAK. FLORIDA S2840 I'HONI./ u.

NEAR GRAHAM Mobile 1983 S/12 13tpd Our Grand Opening Special n 1*" : .......,M ag.n..f S.rvinsk
horns 1 BR. completely FLEETWOOD 14x52. 2 ; : A........... The sole wfll. be by Mated bill; Wei will .. received uettt -
furnished air and .hoot, 468-1809 BR, 1 IA.after 9500. Phone Itt -Msnlli: .1/2 off t t' ....... M."Faulkner.REALTOR 94-8868 the public enenlng which will b*a* IcS PJ*;Jwee 6.

$60 per week 485-1371 4 p.m. bad NOTICE 1 .Irene Feulkner.. REALTOR-ASSOCIATE,9$688112 1983, at....office*f the State Director' Femtera NonsaAdinlnUliwMei.

FURNISHED 2 BR TRAILER weekend 1$chg 5/19 6x12, 8x12 V0x12 12x1W ,-" LutlHe. Spry 8ROKEII SALESMAN.964-S4H. '' .. ***m SI9. Federel BvlMing" 481. M 1st.

Sampson Lake, access to BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Inquire at Suzuld. w.sakl of StarllllI\ Herb.Wolkor! ,ASSOCIATE,,964-M A_,.GetnesvtUe. 1'1$2642.; "
dock and fishing, 964-6406 I '
should be submitted to the .
.
Hwy 301 t.-W4 6020 ;1'-:7 -
/ or 9648416. 1 tod S/19 Bradford County Telegraph. Ids nwrl bo ontorad on afNcM bid farm which may b8. *
3 UNFURNISHED APT),$125. office. .*-* _* .* ... JJ ...
In writing and paid tel.. *Jjni8Jf Irown any qw .. 8MNn.. >o lids. nn.N
924 Cherry St.. 1.2 BR Apt. OWN YOU OWN Jean. In advance unless' credit .to Custom Wood Product ERA bo .*ctisip*.l..< by a 8V,.Md depeett.Sol ., '
$199. call
no pets 964-8404
already established with
( after 9 p.m. or weekend. or Sportswear ladles, Apparel Infant-Proton store.I this office.. '--I'rooIucte.: y : R' wIS-be cask OIl net fee* then 18X d'wnj.y.w.wt .
SR 2 (lATH CS hau.. THE
TELEGRAPH STAFF
Offering all nationally $15.00 with. not mere then 18 onurthud pearly par..r
Forest Height subdivision. known brand ouch a* Jor- 'CANNOT II HELD R83PON.S4BU ,; '*REALTY I SOS ...... .......** ,..,._-_.... with she. fI_..1ot ......

964-5423 HWY 16 or toward 964-6221.Ralford.6/19chg dache. Chic Lee levt., CLASSIFIEDS FOR MISTAKES M Display. Planter I IGadea tea ond ........- percsnt annual. .10&.14..,
WHEN AD IS
I/ Vanderbilt Calvin Klein TAKEN OVER THE : | n. 1;', .role ((18Jf. ) en.the unpaid belaas..1( "
Wrangler 200 other
aver
EXCELLENT LOCATION! 3 TELEPHONE haring lRf3ipr.:.e...*Cyprees$*"",' 1061, lie .i4 .
brand 7.900 la $ These .. ,
pi.pwflsa wnf ... r.ci
.' ...... ... sager lee :
BR, 2 IA. with% Include. Classified deadline I I.TUES tagi $ .MoIt. Homo Sklrttngi $1.10..per ft. (FreeInefallettenoveMeM # ,
mvon-
beginning 'al.r .......,_.. .. rshlM o M.tRd
.
IItOItuII
garage) 'largo yard. tory airfare far one to DAY. NOON prior t. ...) Cuetommm4.. Picket Fence,' ; r :gr'tTho sotM.na

CHI Cooling. Stove Fashion C.nar. training. Thursday publication.Minimum i Tomato Stoke. .,....*and many ettwr weed novelleble. ..... _.

refrlaand( carpet. .First. fixture, grand charge .to tSward Lot m do yaws specIal' ,fob). ( I ,
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2436"; 25 cent each.'Us- Sunday May :22, on something lor '_."on.. IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY tire, We plck up $100; REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE CRUISE SHIP JOBS i dreal I Income -
eII..n. printing new ,. ,Cardan. SI,, 3 BR, 2 bath l4! miles from hospital JEEPS FOR $44 through the You deliver $133. Ollns Scholarships available for potential all occupations. rtLritlafglr
Croat for mlnbr "paljjabs. iipacai,,2000 gt. It. brick east on; .....nt Rd.. left on U.S. Government? Cat tha Mobile Home Sales, Hwy: unlicensed persons. ERA For Information call
Bradford County. home, garage, flroplaco, 10th St.. right on 4iH Ave. fact. today! Call ((312)) 100 W Starko. 944-3604. Faulkner Realty 964-S063, ((312)) 741-9780, Ext. 2120. "
T......pIt '","-6305. tin.' near chool, $66,300,call to .nd of road. S/19 1 tpd. 742-1142 Ext. ,609. 4/14 10/28 tfn S/19 2tpd 5/26 REALTY
14 ,T. FISEROLASS IOAT Trevor Watar*' Century 2,1 FRIDAY ONLYl lots a.chlldron. EOW 5/26 TFchgSubscribe Today Subscribe Today I I STATS OF FLORIDA Deportment zc"l
with 1oliing'n.ot0e'Float' MOBILE HOME SALESMAN -ol Health S. ,
Showcase \Prop., Inc. clothes, highway 197eDODGIASPENlAT.PS. tOMRONR ITO RENT TO
On trait.*. B3: hp Moor,' 4734903. 5,9 Itchg t.; 16 East, 112 mile from. PB, Air. AM/FM radio. Excellent OWN or rent month to Experienced.' Contact Rehabllltatlvf Services
outboard... swivel ..at.. 10". TAILS SAVf,'&" roll top Reno S/19 Itpd condition $500 month. Office furniture, Olln's Mobile Home Sales, Cook Two positions, 40 fPHONE 964-7776
All Ilk. now, ,$2900.,Call" d.sk'ard tloor Ian, wall SAT.. MAY 2ll Corner ol Cosh-Assume payments. typewrlterS. calculator Hwy 100 West, Storke. hours par week variable GECELII'ERWILLEUR Starke-
964-6304 altar S. SVJ3 Stpd heater 4 ml.e.--H.AI'CoI' C-I2S W E N.W. 14th St., Call 964.7111. Itchg 5/12 Also have ana heavy duty 964.5606. 5/05 tn'CONVENIENCE working hours, located at 205 N. Temple
3/19 man, 964-3484. 5/19 Lawt y. Cloths children 1974 FORD WAGONS Engine copying rn chlno. Hurry STORES Alligator Creek S.T.O.P.
w ORVKLJN" $200. ......* 3lch9 6/02 A adult odds a end. 9 excellent condition. $630. Coma by today and checkus Neat .dependable person Camp! In Bradford County.
some body work motor In, MOTOIICVCLII918.luIUkl, a.m. till 6 p.m. / Itpd Call altar 6 p,m.. 944-4337. out. THE OFFICE SHOP, with cashier or rotated ..x.perlenc. S7.609.12 annually. ARE YOU IMAGINATIVE? tl
good shape. 964.8310., ,GS400 excellent condj* SAT.. SUN 10 till --6 p.m., 3/12 2tpd 3/19 110 W. Call .St.. Starka.. .; Apply In person Minimum requirements. DO YOU WANT BENEFITS? INVEST NOW ''t'1
3/14 Itchg lion. asking $730 ........' dinette table with 4 chairs, 1972 FORD P.U.I L.W.B., 302 944-3744. tinSubscribe to Eastern Store, 209. S, Completion of the tenth
PUll MID DOBRRMAN 5332960. 3/19 2lpd 5/26 ISO lot chair, ,$40: bunk 3 pd.., now rubber, need Today T.mpl. 5/12 tfn grad.and ana year oi load SPECIAL
PUPPIES Both poronts on CAMPER 1979. 2=1'01\..,loot, beds without mattress, some work, $430 or batlollar. WANTED.' FIVI HOMISl CITY OP STAlK POLICE Service experience. Mall
premises. Tall docked ,Coachman Travel Trailer, ,, $40: rocking horse, $20;; 468.2154S19 Itpd Manufacturer needs livehomesltes DEPARTMENT Is now accepting completed Slata ol Florida 'MOI/IIIIGHT IN This charming brick 3 IR 2
shots"and'wormed.. $75 .,excellent .condition;, must, !Crib with mattress, $60: car FOR SAL BV OWNER 1979 to display now application. for Application to Gall Acres; IA home with large family room with fireplace. y
each 473-2783 altar 3 p.m. see to appreciate, many seat, $35.: sewing machine, V.W. Dasher. 3400)) 1979 1983 In-ground pool 'two positions., One HRS 1000 N.E. 16th Located In convenient Country Club or_. ,
5/19 2tchgDIIAMII extras, asking ".500: $SO; 2 bar stools $35; all Tran. Am Annlv. Edition Great savings If your homo policeman and ana dl.pot.ch. Avenue, Building' J-104 10.000 cash to mortgage. Priced to selll
CAMPERS 19 ft., phon. 333-2960. S/19 2tpc| good'' condition, 1406 loadad., 5300, 1974 FIOO qualities. Call collect ... Must have high Gainesville. PL. 32601. ,w
sleeps '6. berth; kitchen, 5/291 Rallord1' Rd., Starka. 5/19 SWI Pickup, air 'auto.. anytime, 904-721-8332, school education and IS EEO/AA. S/19 ItchgOOVERNMENT '
964.1114.1/1' Itpd 7 PC. PHILIPPINE RaHan itvTngrootfl ) Itchg "5. best offer 964.7939. 3/03 4tchg 5/24 years of age. Policeman JOSSl LOCATION LOCATION I 1404 E. Call St., $ BR. 2 a8t
WESTERN WEAR CLOTHESl Sulta.: 2 cat ol FRI.. SATi A little bit ol ./19 tpd ROOMMATMature adult salary. $12.500 par year;, Federal, state, civil ser bath CIlIA an nice, large, carnar lot. Only
40% .off man and cu.hlon"cov..., $1500 'or ,everything, clothes, toys, 1981 DATSUN Ills AC. AM. no children,. access to 3 BR Dispatcher salary $160 per vice.' Many openings $39.SCO.. 3
woman ar flaw Waldo. b...-* offer:'"'9t4-8f" .u'nltur..SII.16.; towaraV\ FM .t..5 pd., $4,000. call ,782,3107. 5/19 week. Apply at City Hall. avallabla.. Coll (relun- QUIET RETREAT ON 4.2 ACRES on 225-A. Energy '
Flaa,..Market,,,, by tha ..'anytime. 3/19 Itpd ,.1 prison to 229A' left, IM 494'2977 .oiler 5:30 home Merrell Dee'oHIce. I Itchg dable/ ) 1-619-569-0241. efficient nearly new, stucco home features great
Restaurant and Pockat TWO SECRETARIAL DESKS. mile, 3rd frailer an loll weekday 5/" Itchg A HOUSE that' will sleep at 5/12 D.pt. 667-A for details. room with llreplaca. Only $39.100. _
Ch ngo. Hat E boot, 30% On. wyplng table. $50 and signs will be out cancel. If 1971 CMC Modal 79OO. live leaf six on'Santo F. Laka WORK AT HOMES Jobs 5/1J 3ipd 5/26 HARD TO BELIEVE BUT TRUE A 3 BR, 2 BA brick
all. Look.for tha bluedoors.40 '$60. 964.8122. anytime: rain 5/19ltchg tandem 5x4 transmission for w.ek''of Jun. 25. available, substantial earnings RN. OR LPNi Salas-mlndad home with IR, DR. K. enclosed garage anParkwaad. '
Mil 3, Sat Sun. 8/19 Itpd PRI.. SAT On SR-16 East phone 964.8040 alia 5 p.m. Plaasa call 944-4790. posslbla. no ex nurse who Ilk. to work Asking only "1.000. Pi
3/19 Itpd IITATIIALII Houihold lut-SI' ''1133 E. Brownlee" Boys 5/19 Itchg 944-9273 ar 9644096. ./19 perience. Call ((312)) wl'h.poopl.'o perform III. CROSBY LAKE INLET Great fishing laka. Frame''y'

2 REGISTERED, IIMOUSIN nllu,., tome antique Sml.cr cloth., toys, misc., 9 a.m. 1977 FORD LTD 10 Itpd 14'.9180. Oept. 2120 far In Insurance physical ..xam.In home, stove, relrlg., same '", rnltu,., storage
BULLS 14 month S 17 341..WMadison. till 4 p.m. S/19 Itchg passenger SW loaded WEST FREEZER 9 to 12 cu. formation. S/19, .2tpd 5/26 Starka area on a port. bldg.. fruit trees S. pretty flow.... $30.310.
month old halter broka, FormerAndrew. ......., 2 FAMILY May 20 and 21. 9 63000. 964-4073. 5/19 ft., call altar 5:45 p.m. or time basis.' II you Ilk. Independency LAKE BUTLER-COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS BESTiln
vary ganria, call 964-3630 964..6416.5/19 Itpd till 6 p.m., misc. Items, 2tchg 5/26 all day Saturday. 9/19 call ((904)!) q
this 3 BR brick two beautiful In best location.
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after 5 p.m. 5/19 Itpd CATTLE TRAILER 4' wide 13 hou. no. 229. Cypress Itpd. 396.5880.5112 2tchg 5/19 f t
Owner financed.
' 10x400 CHICKEN HOUSSSf long, rolling'/ high, o.kIng Prison Compound follow MOTORCYCLES TENT TO SLEEP 4i 782-3156. e-4 I LAWTRY SHELL B ICE CREAM 47
5.11 by loot or by house, CHARM AND COMFORT of nearly new 3 BR, 2 BA
S/19 Sail Serv
$400 or .bet offer,<;011 signs. IfchgClassified 51191tcho STORE B
phone '964-8O40 ahar 3. 964.4256 KOA Cam. Gasoline. Clerk needed. stucco In Connerly Estates with traditional to
p.m. 3/19 Itchg pground Starka, FL. 5/19' Ads 1982 VIRAGO 900 YAMAHA LOST/FOUND 9' contact Carl, 702-3580 fireplace A pretty, fully equipped kitchen on a
1970 PLYMOUTH. SW. Auto Itpd excellent condition windshield ? 5/19 ItchgEXPERIENCED. lovely acre of land. (91
1974 Dodge. SW auta. a* REGISTERED DURDEX SOARl' Get Results ft luggage carrlar, Realty. LICINUDCOSMI10LOGIIT. CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITE! Corner lot-Approx. "
1.. best allar. Ph... 14 month old with $2.73O. Altar 6 p.m. phone I'FOUND A Great Place to I I For full 1431 ....ft. In home.Flagstone fireplace, I-car enc.garaga. .
9444420.19 Itch* papar: 9646974. 5/19 964.6003. 5/19 Itpd Rent Office Furniture and. EXCELLENT BUY:lovely 3 service salon: Starka area. Laka access to on. el our mast beautiful
MUST SELLi Very'nlca'12x40 Itpd .. 1979 CS MOL SUZUKI Suzuki Equipment,Bent to own or BR, Homo on VI Ac, Plus 'lot ,apply In. person Looking lakes. SP-SSB.OOO. I "I I
mobile homo on 1/2 acre CHURCHl 34'x20 equipped .. ... Faring Radio Mount t month to month. THE OFFICE In country. 25500. Glass Styling Canter, 442 I F ESTATE SALE IN LAWTEViRoom to roam. Brick s
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lot. 14000. Call 9647849. can be uied for dwelling ". Cargo Box good condition SHOP 110 W. Call St.. 5 AC WITH BRN septic, West Madison Starke. home situated an 4.7 Impressive fenced acres
51191tchg nlca lot, country location $1000 9648883. 3/19 Starka. 964-5764. tfn well E *OVX> wer pol., 9644247. 3/19 IIchgClassified wbornP.A.c for pastures B riding ranges. '.> I
1972 OLDS CUTLASS Needs. "appointment, 4732442. pIza Itchg FOUND' Large white hunting fencing ....500. LOCATION LOCATIONThl distinctive' BR, 2 BA
rapalr. bat oHar. coll 5/19 3tpd 4/02 dog near Baylas .BANK REPO: Commercial homo '.cln'lIalf course has Ml Great, Immaculate "S
Shelta 782.31O7. 5/1911pd I Hwy.. free to good homo. property Hwy 301, Block Ads property with custom drop., super kitchen t'
I ;-Hut LAND 9444633.5/19 ItpdMISCELLANEOUS bldg. 2.400 sq. ft. on 1.37 Get Results fireplace, 2-car enc. garage, greenhouse. Fantastic It

r------- FOR SALES CM. Paved parking. view. Owner linancad.
BEAUTY SHOP barbershop COUNTRY ESTATE:Impres.lve 3 BR. 2 IA brick
.. skating rink soma home with family roam A llreplaca. larg. porch .tq

| SAND & LIME ROCK .t1"D'1 I II RESTAURANT ACRB LOT on SR-227 lacing I'IIIIIITTINS. 3 week old. .equipment S2S.OOO. 3200 Sq. Ft.Warehoule. 2-car garage, trailer hook-up facilities B other ti
MANAGERS Brookar Rd. Selling price. w.an.d.IoU 964-6692 2 BR, 2 BA frame home on .....nltl... All located an eight beautiful acres just
BACK HOE SERVICE I 18000. $1,000 down $225 alter 4 p.m. 3/19 Itchg 2 ac. CH/A large porch east of town.
ASST. per month at 19% Interest.Ph. utility room area. Has extra 1.000 sq..It. office or retail BOTH TOWN COUNTRYs Yes, you can have your
.' ELWOOD' PADGETT I MANAGERS 964.5406. 2/24 tin septic tank i power area loading dock. 100 ft. coke and oat It tool Ye., you are lust minutes
j 468.1455 II APPROXIMATELY ''AI ACRES D' pale for trailer. $40,000. off US-301 Njrth. away from town but h.... all tha beauty al a coon*
I Our StandardsAre of land. Cleared With .3 BR, 2 BA C/B with largo Call 96452941AKEFRONT try sotting. Large. elegant brick home with a-
IEs.I Hampton, florida Ir Higher several Pecan t,*...' covered patio. CHI A. 6 sparkling Immpressive prlvata 20x40" swimmingpool.
Located In City/ limit, easy w.nDrlllln celling fan., water soltner, I. Selling price $73.000. 4
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.nor _,I e ..'e ,..w1 ... .. r.-s.. ..:'a.-...... s.,.--., ..... Than Most. access to!' schools and 55000.. .. .
1. i 'tut then again .IHIa IA .1J91 !locol.'ItHidl'c..tI.I ...... '$PIIJ v***>t''i* *finrt1 6*. ... '"' "
.'-1 f 1 l'1'f ete! * FLORiLAND'REAVrY- THE. REWARDS. I LG. LOTS one on Crosby .2' th d"! I IDrilling' 2.72 ac., 154 ft. art Sampson Classified Ads. Subscribe
." v Lake shores;"one near golf 'FasfRotarY' Laka. 16 ft:on cdanal;' Get Results N
7 964-7700,. APPLY IN PERSON course bath have wells I bar room, game,room bait

... Ave. Stark VIS N. Temple and septic tanks, call Equip. and tackle shop, 'living! BRADFORD a
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PL 964-8813. S/19 2tchd, 5/26 Stab UcBnsed quarters, boots and WHO CAN SELl
Vernle P. OdomStoker. GRI Sterke. . . . . kick.,.. AVON BETTER COUNTY

J. D. Odom. Jr. Associate .. 4nf.u..O"H"r..rrrorn Classified Ads Pant" 3-5 AC. tracks ol beautiful THAN YOU? TELEGRAPH ;N,

HAMPTON AREA Get_ _Results_ _.H_ . . . . posture contracts 12,500 per track Give us their name and 964-6305__ .
10 Ac.... 18X down. Balance' flnone.... New & UsedSalesPartsoServiCE on two. already.pending phon. number. H they

Call for more details .3S) N. TEMPLE AVB.CU -10 AC. mobile home .re .selected you may VACUUM
... HWY..011 Cn chooso a prlia from our ypriz.
EXTRAS hop, choice oiling'land..
MANY MANY
TAHKC' PL 120.lUs E-Z Terms lalder. CALL OR SALE
2% baths CH/A. Overslse 2cargarage. (904)) 7S2-19SI
27 Acres,!BR home .
.Many pecan and fruit trees. Bern tack hovse ). (904) .. -.31 Plumbing'New Linda Weber, A..oclot.1I2.U24 WRITE MILDRED WINKLE NEW & USED "
and Ci AFTER HOUR' 471-3OB6 1 P.O. Drawer B, Lake ,,1 ,
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lour fans, 2 pump.
Two Two fishing fireplaces' ponds, stacked.calling Many other footu.... ,, . . . . .'. P.O.Drawer Geneva, FL 31440 We Finance Our Own

,Call for mere details. .. STROUT REALTY Ir Installation SOl .. lawtey 479-2447. KIRBYS
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LORRAINE MOKCH-SAI.IkMAM CHAMPION Dmrrancc .I. Shop & Compare!! HOOVERS

SINCE !.., '/a744 BR. | IA. Ingraund pool,*'i. aa. tet.nd.; ,a I : . ." Bargain Center I Special Insurance for ELECTROLUX .
'WAYNE KINNEY ,great ..1_. S43.JOO. -PUMP & 301S $Stark Mobile Home Parks FILTER QUEENS

ELECTll/CAL/ HEATING d AIR' CONI ,273-2; or S B..rancher. Has averythlng. rural and 964-6679 '-.AH types of SEARS
REPAIR ''private. ....100. Assume mtg. like new. SUPPLY see homeowners policies for COMMERCIAL I
REFRIGERATION. APPLIANCE /277-Moblle. Home ((2 ..., 2 BA)> perches; carport, COMPANY Windows .Doors mobile homes. We repair all makes ,1
'r / storage ...Udln'.I. hewn, many citrus and fruit . .
-FREE 24 HR.SERVICI. trees planted. Near .lakes ..... $30.000 priced right. 8641V. ePVC PIpe.Plumblng Call for Quote AI Young'sSince '

ESTIMATES, 1271-11 ... m/1 with i BR, 1 BA. workshop barn,; Supplies Mobile .
Since 1957
pecan B_. bearing.nut i'ftylttraee'' great location, Temple A.WB.Starhe Wafer Softnvr

':: : 964-8786 great.. price. S72.SOO. ,k \ Fl.964.TH1'.. Used Furniture Home Sales' 964.6918 I
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: PINE :FOREST 4-H ClubSA Club Inc. of Starke '

(_ .u.. Salo REOUCEDI S BR, t BA-Nice layout-Screened patio
III APARTMENTS I .. Call.. "Kawasaki Spring Sales Spectacular")
OcoonfrontCondominium la..,June.., 9U and .large double car garage-Lots of .x"' today ( t

I ..... ,.1.2". a Bedroom AptS, 1a......\. far details.S / MODEL REG. NOW
.. BEDROOM. 2 BATH-Over ISM square feet. Large KZ7SOLTD '3.099" '2.949 .
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;Rentals Fro1&0. to 297" ....State Fair OSundiLake .
,, Weekly., Monthly" ",". I ....., ''Aoo fenced In back yard. Just right lor a growing family KZ550CPZ s2,749" '2,649"

furnished, 2SBRsrooktonnxlfteach Ill feti"ng$a S3S.OOO. LOTS KZ440LTD 1,999" *1,549" '

.Fully Gr'.T..1530.. .W. Madllon. '((904)) qu.INY9 _Ervln'..... Subdivision* Near Keystone Helcjhts:Excellent I KZ250CSH '1,399" '999" I
OceotIOo"ry III PDtu1 984.1312 terms-r SS00 down.en any lot and $100 per SATURDAY AR80AI 949" '699"
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,1.904-.71 .n we hew n......, 10:00 A.M. (above suets da .not Unhid, InlgM a tax) ,
'I-: ...'>\.o '.For more 'Information en' these and' other Can't Be Beat
Weekly. or Monthly ..............C... Tedayl I U.S. 301 South Impact from a.m. Our Prices ;
furnished.SSRs Hwy 301 S.. Stark. Florida al
4\fully ( tired of paying Michael '. C on.y.Realtor TERMS 964.6020 r

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Services 100 f ao .
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Seutta,- .. _3 br., brtek{ en riv4 bath, central HAearjwrt continue en SR-IOO far 4ml.
"< ,f I. Ware; bulling'1200 sq..R/taAOOO sq. to the AUCTION, ,, SITS.. :J
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1-904-471-S42J 4ad prhy VP7 "*." "ft. betnes (Week1' or.frame) from 121, ,per ,' \w; 1 ';'* on your 1 4.eok for SEN CAMPSN LOWEST 'RATES J

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Joseph C. llarrell Givctiido Funeral service were i. Episcopal faith.Survivors .j'w i i, Heights churgo of arrangements his father,Arch KlhnKton(if i Sturku roHldunce.
held at 2 Saturday, 14, IU83, include one duughlcrffij 4icon brother llarll.s Mrs. native of Elkhorn '
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p.m. .. Arch ;: ..- Ellington I Sharp was a 3
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Joseph Cephus 'Harrell, 78, in UM Crosby Lake Cemetery with Miss Tammy E. Doyle of Ponto Vodral Ellington Butler; M sister; Dorothy Ann i City, KY. She moved to Starke from
.died Wednesday, May 11 at Jim Hollingsworth and O.O. Giles of- Beach; two sons William T. Doyle of!. Leon Arch Ellington, 55, of SUirko,'"" "of Louisiana and four Peytona, WV four years ago. f
North Florida Regional Hospital. ficiating. Jones Funeral Home -of' Ponte Vedra Beach; Daniel P. Doyleof died Thursday, May la In the Funeral services were held Survivors Include her husband, AHa
Mr. Harrell was born In Brookerand Statke was in Charge, 'of; arrangements J<:eystone''tHelghUi' her mothers Veterans Hospital In Gainesville. day May 14,at 3 P.M. In the t B. Sharp, .Sr. of Starke; two {
lived there his entire life. He wasa )i. ; '- Mrt; I of Keystone]l t A native and lifelong, resident of Archie Tanner\Funeral i 'daughters Bobbie Jean Zontlni of
retired conductor for Seaboard .v Heights, two listen, Mrs. Doris Pif 1 w..: Bradford County' he was fa'retired Rev. Lester Austin and Rev: :: Huntington, WVi\'and Sandra Mullins
Coast Line Railroad and a member of ) Doyle of Keystone Heights, Mrs. i Bradford roed.;superlnleni -
Count ficiating. Burial was In i of Starke'; a son, Asa B. Sharp Jr. of
New Hope Primitive Baptist Church. : Irma Ellen Doyle Patricia P.Tynan of Lake Butler,and;i jidenl. He World War II and Cemetery In Brooker under Gainesville; four brothers, WilliamP.
Survivors Include his wife.,Edna M.... Irma Ellen Doyle, 54,of Ponte two grandchildren. .=.'. .'{was a member of. Laur Baptistr tion of Archie Tanner. Funeral Family'i i Mullins of Ward. WV; Jams M.
Lewis Harrell of Brooker,a daughter. Vedra Beach,died Thursday May 12 Funeral services were held at, 9 :: '..Church.. of Starke. Mrllins of Shreveport, LA; Jack L.
Hilda Fussell of Jacksonville; (wo, In the Bradford County 'Hospitalfollowing p.m. Saturday May 14, In the Holy Survivors Include his wife, Selma Mullins of Ontario, CA; and David D.
sons, James Cephus Harrell of a sudden Illness. ., Cross Episcopal Church with Father Rivers Ellington of Graham; a son., Mullins of Austin, TX;; two sisters,
Panama City and Henry Hampton' Mrs1.; Doyle was born on ;}3ulyv29j Perry Collins officiating. Internmentwas Joel Ellington of Graham two Yantls B. M. Sharp Ann Miller'and Mossier Clendenin, i
Harrell of Starke; two stepsons, Kenneth in the Evergreen Cemetery with daughters Sharlene Addison of both of Peytona and ,
1928 In Jacksonville/,',was a' Yantis B. Mullins Sharp, 68, ; seven grand-
Dwight Thomas Thomas of of Raleigh Brooker N.C.; a sister, and,. housewife l and a member,of the. Jones Funeral Home of Keystone Starke and Rita Rogers of Raiford;, lung cancer Friday, May 13. children.

Lucille Baxter of Jacksonville; and 12 .
grandchildren. I '.". .
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Adelbert D. Ekenbarger "b.iO: : ..>!', ,-' .. It i.r ..


of Adelbert Okeechobee Durward FL.Ekenbarger a former, 57, ...,.. : -I .. -. :.. .
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Keystone Heights resident, died Friday r! ... iower
May 13 In the Lawn Wood '
Medical Center following a short illness. -

Born. on April 12, 1920 In Hartford
CN, Mr. Ekenbarger was a retiremachinist 4"s! Ia
a Veteran of the Korean : on

War Heights, and Methodist a member Church.of the Keystone .,. 'Ii

Survivors include six daughters, .
Tina Lopes of Agawan, MSf; Debbie
Haley of Springfield MS; Cynthia Lit- ;
tlejohn of Okeechobee; Cheryl Bryanof >>
Ocala; CheriseEkenbarger and :! bunthI
Juanita Ekenbarger of Keystone jtheN
Heights; four sons Mark Ekenbargerof i
Enfield, CN; Adelbert Ekenbargerof :
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Feeding Hills, MS; Carl Ekenbarger $
of Wales,MS; Del Ekenbargerof
his mother,Barbara '
Keystone Heights;
Ekenbarger of 'Tolland, CN; '.
seven sisters Ruth Kennedy of : these tasty values
Danverse MS; Juanita Simons of : Pick up
Ipswich. MS; Eunice Malon of Stafford ,
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CN; Barbara Crane of Somer,
CN; Margaret Pain of Manchester
MS; Emily Cutler of Bristol CN; .
Marilyn Briercheck of Bristol, CN; '
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four brothers, John Ekenbarger of a I. :&,(
West Hartford, CN; William Eken- .M "'/'" 52" Nostalgic 1f' 48" 4 .Wheel
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barger of Enfield. CN Bruce Eken- s v n' > ,
barger of Stafford Springs, CN; Ray ,, Hand
Ekenbarger of Sanford, MN; and six Almonds, : : I Ceiling'C'
grandchildren.Funeral el leng
services were held at 11 7% oz. Roasted & Director .< Truck
,.,
a.m. Tuesday May 17. in the DeWittC. Salted Almonds, 7'/a r
Jones Chapel with Rev.' David F an. Fan .
Landers officiating. Interment was oz. Dry Roasted Chairs', & Dolly

held In the Keystone Heights Almonds, or 7 % Reg. *98.88 \ R .74.96
with Jones Funeral Home
Cemetery ego s
of Keystone Heights In charge of ar-. Hickory Smoke Reg. '23.88 ,Reg. 19.88

rangements. FlavoredM.47 $ '

p, Guy Rosier $ 1S88 8800 $6496 $ 15 99


Mr. Guy Rosier,80.of Raiford, died
Saturday, May 14 in the Veterans
HosiiltM in Gainesville after an extended -
t.' ness.
Mr. Router was born In Bradford
County, where he lived until moving
to Baker-County; in 1940. He was
retired from the Seaboard GouQina' It ." ,
Railroad in Jacksonville. He movedto
Raiford one and a half years ago. 4 E

Baptist He was Church.a member of the Johnstown. o oI JcI _

Survivors Include his wife,Mrs.Ed- I'
i na Addison Rosier of Raiford; one "
stepdaughter, Mrs. Rebecca L. Arm- I Qltr" ALl-pUHrO$!
strong of Vernon, FL; three brothers CLEANER
Darby Gaskina and J.B. Gaskins both
of Lawtey; and Wade Gaskins of "
Starke'; three sisters, Geneva Redding -
Wildwood; Bertyce Robinsonof
Brandom; Vergie Colding of Lithia, { Liquid- Clorox
FL; nine grandchildren an 16 great-' Silkienco Mr. CleanDeodorant
Zest .
grandchildren.Funeral services were held Tuesday bar Hair Spray j Plumr Pro washRemoves New formulal!
beauty
Johnstown, May Baptist 17 at Church 2 p.m.with In-Rev.the that leaves you clean all Regular Hold, Unscented: Liquid drain opener that', soil and stains. Price reflects. :ZO' off label

Alvin Dobbs officiating and Rev. over 5'A. oz. bar or Extra Hold. 7 oz. ea. pours through water to Safe for all fabrics. ? Save I 28 oz.Fix t.
Roscoe Creed assisting. Burial limit 2 to open drains. 1 qt.. J6 oz "
was In Pine Grove Cemetery under '
the direction of Archer Funeral Homeof ,
1.19 : 1.29 $
Lake Butler. 2/100 1.8'6 : '1.-79

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Orville L. (Moe Mizell .
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Mr. Orville Leroy (Moe) Mizell, .; ,' '... "
83, of Lake Butler, died Monday II" ..,.. ,
May 16 In the Alachua General A,. Ambassadeur' -
Hospital after a long Illness.He fi .Sun-Glo: AluminumFlat
was a life long resident of | All Guns y
Union County and was retired from 1000
the Florida State Department of L
Transportation where he was an '" "( < In Sfock ounge.al5e i"if!
I engineer for 35 years He was a 12 oz. can seals' 'J.
member of the First United R ee.,

and Methodist a member Church of the of Masonic Lake Butler Lodge, and Inflates Tires ','. 10 % off Reg. : r' F goat I ,:* .-Lounge II

52, F.AA.M. ,.. 99'J : ., ,RegT 11.97 ..
4 Reg. .:: ;> j :; I' ...; u.
Survivors include his
wife, Mrs. _. r

Alma one daughter Sandel Mizell Mrs.Barbara of Lake Wood Butler of; P reg price $ 3 97 ; $6' 9" 6 '

Lake Butler; one son Rev. Donald' 77 : : 8 97
Mizell of Daytona Beach; ten grand- ',j ,
children and six great-' ,d 'i : '_ '. '
t'
grandchildren, along with several : I 'J. .' '
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nelces and nephews. I ,.. \
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Funeral services were held;I' I I,
Wednesday, May 18 at 10:30 a.m. In ,. '
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the First United Methodist Church of ; .<' -, : '
Lake Butter with Rev.James Tynan4 : CLOSEOUT '
and Rev. Daniel Parrish. officiating.; Bedding ,JO" SPECIAL. ".
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Burial was in Elzey Chapel/, r, i\
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'Cemetery under..direction of Archer A Baskets' J ::,t':Various: Types
Funeral Home of Lake Butler.f. Plants ;Y aging .

2 l a ;.' .
1 ? d Assr. Plants of SHRUBS

Annie C. Hollingsworth "......"' 4 Packs .; .
Mrs. Annie C. HoUlngsworth, 88, of' ." ::
Ormond Beach FL. died Wednesday, ", % 00' '
May 11 in -the Ormond Beach : 1 i 00 .. \ 1 1'0
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Memorial. Hospital after,, a long uIness. >, : :for ,'" e each .ca .r gal pot .

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Mrs. Hollingsworth was born on
Feb. 8, 1897 In Gainesville and was a .
r life long resident of Starke until three 301 :Starke
TI and a half years ago,when she moved1' South
to Ormond Beach.She was a member r
of the Methodist faith.

Mrs.Survivors Elisabeth include McCloskey.one-of daughter OrmonJBeach Better Qu4ityW & KifM m& LoWer-Pricesl ;

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; one'-son, Jamea' F. HoU" .., ,
lngsworth of Abilene, TX sister 2 .
; one .'
Mrs. Pearl Strickland of Gainesville; (. ; 'I, ;. ,
F Centers : '
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three grandchildren and. five great'grandchildren. 1ttUY i\\ '
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