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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 26, 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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,. Why ooesn't me City of Starke follow the regulations in Its land use plan He also said the zoning regulations were being violated In regard to abandoned offering owners of the buildings at their to demolish I
and zoning code, Circuit Court Judge R. A. (Buzzy Green has asked the request, them with I
Starke r cars, noise;and other nuisances., He said the wording of the zoning code prison labor and other means. '

I Possible City zoning Council.violations were pointed out by Judge Green in the Tuesday ,permits only the renting of rooms in single.. family. homes. High cost was the reason Green said that most of the owners didn't have

night, May 17, meeting concerning possible zoning violations I in! the city: Zoning Director L. M. Gaines told the commissioners later In the meeting about them ,demolished." said Green."It's Just something for you (commissioners) to think

J "I'm here!! as a private citizen and there are a few things that I thought that his interpretation of the law actually does not prohibit multi-family Another item Green mentioned was the location of the antenna of the non- I
should be brought to the attention of the commission" commented Green. dwelling along Walnut St. Gaines did comment to the commissioners that commercial radio station operated at the First Baptist Church in Starke.
Some confusion overthe interpretation of a zoning law within the city the city zoning ordinance should be reworded if apartments are not to be Green said that the legality of the station should be looked Into. He said
arose when Green said, according to his interpretation that some violations ,allowed in R-A zoning areas in the city. that the station causes electrical interference with television reception and

existed. Green was referring to large houses being divided{ Into two or more Green also mentioned to the commissioners that other electrical devises."If .
apartments in Rt-A Starke has an abundance you are not going to enforce these laws then take them off the books "
(single family, very low density) residential districts. of old buildings.He suggested that commissioners consider the possibility of ended Green. ,




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I $80,422 contract for removal of Instance, the lobby of the auditorium
, cancer-causing asbestos from county would be left bare of any paint. .
school buildings was approved Monday Of 35 samples taken from all county
night May 23, by the Bradford school In an early March survey, 28
I School Board. samples proved to contain at least one
Ii' Successful bidder was Acountl percent asbestos. Over 30,000 square
Engineering Co. of Florida which feet of material will have to be remov
beat the second low of the three bids
i'', I Pi by some 10000. $67,955 of the con ed.Areas most affected are the
I *J J.r tract will be paid from federal funds. auditorium at Bradford High, built in
I Local school funds will have to be used 1954, and classrooms at the vo-tech
! 1tti for $19,667 cost to replace the center in which concrete ceilingswere
Ii ti i material removed. painted with a. material contain-
LI 4FEpL ?- ______ Even though money Is tight. the ing a slight.amount of asbestos. No
fiscal year draws to a close, board classrooms, except at the vo-tech
) members and Supt. Tom Casey decid- center were affected, Casey said.
j ed to replace the material now Many of the findings are on the cor-
jI because the coat will be less. A grill ners of plumbing pipes, where it was
I removed can be recovered now, in impractical to,put regular: pipe In- -
one operation cheaper than If a se-, sulation.Money..
coed contract was let" later; Supt. for cleanups was earmarked,
,Casey;: pointed out. by the Legislature during 196O-81. .
?..Work will_4oa |starting June 13. after federal lawmakers ,'orderedasbeates'venovat !
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'with. >ltWO Jjerv day liquidated' Fibrous aabesto was. used .'tor:.. s
damages if the project is late. Reasonfor decades in school buildings.' If'Was"'M4"
the high late completion damages sprayed on ceilings to insulate
is that the project must be done bet- classrooms from weather and noise,
ween school terms, said Supt. Casey. and used to Insulate pipes.
Researchers now know that
Funds for the $19,667 replacement asbestos deteriorates, shedding tiny
cost will come from maintenance particles Into the air 88 It ages. When
funds which are unspent, said Supt. inhaled, these particles can cause a
Tom Casey and Operations Director ,variety of complaints from sore
Lennard Register. Casey promisedthe throats to breathing difficulties.
board he will not encumber next Asbestos also is a cancercausingagent
,_ ; Students Demonstrate' Talent in Touring Theatrical. Group year's funds to do the job or go to the and is on the federal En-
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general comes vironmental Protection Agency's list
I "%;; Members of the Bradford Middle School's Touring Theatre perform for the Gifted progra instructor Mrs. Peg Stanwlll-Hay,says the students go Into the board first.Asbestos of the nation's 129 worst pollutants.
' t1. 'first grade class. of Mrs. Minnie Loa Patray at Starke Elementary. each classroom. at SE and perform for eight minutes.The theatrical group found in local schools In Accoustieal ceilings must be
.t Portraying The LIon and the Mouse are (l-r Mitch Gray, the hunter, 6th will also perform at Southslde Elementary and Hampton Elementary. Programs insulation for pipes and in ,some removed from the BHS auditoriumand
;I' grade; Robert Boons, mouse oa floor. 7th grade; Richie Taylor, lion In net have already been carried out at Brooker and Lawtey Elem. Schools. paints, such as In the lobby of the BHS the vo-tech classroom ceilings.
,7th grade, and Bo Bishop, hunter on right. 7th grade. Mrs. Sta wlx-lay made up her own touring theatre group when Santa Fe auditorium.The Piping insulation must be removed in
I, The first grade students of Mrs. Patray (l-r) are Alphonso Robinson, elI Community College players declined to travel as far as Bradford County this state, using federal funds, will the BUS auditorium, Lawtey Elem.,
{I', ?' tram left behind Mitch Gray i Mario Hanker ion. leaning to be seen between term.The do-it-yourself project has proven beneficial the gifted students pay $3 per square foot for removal of Hampton Elem., and Brooker Elem.
II|I i )..'. the players; and Debbie Grace, Toni DeSue. Darlene Knowles. Tanya Pode- program and to the younger students for whom they perform, lays Mrs. asbestos-laden material, but counties Paint must be removed from ceilingsin
II) "" .Jk., and Amy Johns. In back Andrea Daemon and. Candy Jackson.. Stan III.lIay. ,.\,. must bear their own replacementcosts. the BHS auditorium and vo-tech
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iiiJ! : .,;):!Pi-oposed. ,4c-per-Gallon County Gas Tax!;, Unpopular with Truckers, Dealers I

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(::1 "If 'you -raise taxes, do't some little said James Davis. county faces at least a $200,000 road grader costs $100,000,
: somewhere else," was the last word, persons filling the circuit court room county road departments and to a stated that in his budget. Last year the budget was Mosley points out.
,I''- via Jerome Johns that truckers and nearly to capacity to protest the gas pay off bond Issues for roads, one pen- Jerome Johns balanced with $200,000 in carryover Upkeep on paved roads turned back
", Umber haulers gave the county com tax. Only one resident Lawrence* ,ny to the counties, one penny to the eight years on the county commission funds earned on county dollars in the ,to the county by the state will be a factor -
3/10th of
t mission' last Wednesday night, May Todd, spoke in favor.of more taxes. cities, plus nine cents per gallon property taxes went up only bank. Due to lower interest rates,that in the next few years, the chairman
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.' 18. *. Todd said he lives on a dirt road and federal tax. a source of won't be realized also says.'Just last month the
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v Occasion was the first public hear ,'will pay to have it improved.Not The new state dropped the first four Jones Funeral Home for ambulance I Clerk Gib carryover Brown has warned commis.. state turned back 9.1 miles of SR-18.

,);; Ing on the proposed four-cent tax on a soul raised a hand when Com- cents per' gallon and, instead, service, "It's good to be a Cadillac county, Iioners.Elltpecting'. Plus the county Just had, to spend
substituted the 5.7 gallon sales of dollars
> gasoline the'COUDt commission has missioner E.L. (Nook) Norman asked per but you've got to live within your' : a tight budget thissumer $11,000 unbudgeted to
the option to pass under a new state lora show of how many favored 4 tax. The state sales tax is based on means," said Johns. the commission have alreadyput replace a SR-225 culvert Just west of
law.commission is empowered to cents, 9 cents, 2 cents, then one cent. five Federal percent of $1.14 per gallon. Voters turned down a penny couty In place a spending moratoriumand Lawtey with a bridge.
taxes: on gasoline recently "I think What In the
levy, without a vote of the people, two The truckers pointed out other, gasoline tax twice, in 1980 and 1982, has Informed county employees that'llICary.
cents per gallon on a S-2 vote and four ,counties don'have the gas. tax and went up five cents per gallon, from both times by 2-1 margins, ,there will be no salary increase forth world... What we're doing right now Is'
four to nine .
cents.Businessmen If had serious
'o'.cents. per gallon with a_4-1 vote.,; asked how they raise taxes?, aOpposition .coming {'Fiscal year. surviving. we a.
heavily dependent on breakdown there'd be to fix
1 ;', Four cents per 'gallon would raise By special taxing districts, explainred gasoline sales repeatedly urged the \> Was Expected... The 450.000 which would be raisedby it," Mosley. no money .

'. some $450,000' *in. Bradford", Count1rJtlIs + : ;Commissioner Chairman'. commission to be conservative, to cut Commissioners said after the a 4-cent gasoline tax would be'a Discussing the state tax In recent
estimated. ;Lawrence Mosley.: But the commission real shot In the county's arm, pointsout
expenditures instead of increasingtaxes. the commissioners
meetings, are edg
aedf'state.law 'Ij doesn't want to add to meeting they expected opposition
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under property Chairman Lawrence
The county has Mosley.If
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The most vocal among them and gasoline ing toward the conclusion they have
j ,, until July 15 to pass a gasoline"tax. homeowners taxes beeaule''only.the halt the,, were 'chicken feed producer Jack from sellers.- the truckers the general fund dollars now going little choice but to pass the gasolinetax.
I \ Commission Chairman county pay pro Hazen,'James Davis of Davis TruckIng All five? commissioners remainedcalm' Into the county road department .The state legislature turned back
the' taxes due to the ,
at perty' : $25,000
Lawrence Mosley promised, at'; homestead exemption., 'gasoline and convenience store and patiently dealt with the some $200,000, can be fed up by two the roads, passed the sales tax on
conclusion of the two-hoursesalon plus; Gasoline la one of the most heavily' owner C.W. Heaven of,the Pep-O complaining audience. The commissioners cents of a gasoline tax, It will put the gasoline then opened up the four
least two more public to see hearings how much' taxed [commodities- explained station. said they don't want any more general fund in fairly good shape If, cents to the counties, they point out.
,work on the the county budget needs to balance Jerome Johns president of Gator, '"If''you"could' feel county government new taxes than are necessary, that the board holds the line, the chairman One commissioner noted recently
money 83-84 spending bill, ore Fretghfways- 'and. president of the, Is run Just as efficiently as they realize people are tax conscious. points out. ; It's as if the legislature hung a bone
upcoming the commission votes on the issue. .Community State Bank of Starku.Tax, private business.!said Jack Hazen. But,' they asked repeatedly. what. is The other $250,000 of a <4-cent 'out there, and said""Come. and get, it if
, of taxes.". on gasoline already to&aIll18.7 cents Commissioners were urged to the choice.. gasoline tax would make a good push youdarel"Question
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the toward roads plus the road, the;: keep
taxes." gallon Johns pointed out. challenge the budgets of courthouse The people complaining were paving
I "We don't want any more per Is. '
;: ;"it's terrible burden"on trucker! ', The tax is 9.7 cents per galloa'salea' officiate who might refuse to cut ex- \tones who do the most damage to the equipment wearing out and' the asking What, is the
,I .. '.' for tax by the state two cents per gallon penditures.. )'OIIda. county commissioners noted/ county has no choice but to soon altematlve7"M> ,
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;I.I '" ::Only 4 .Bradford: High.. :> Seniors Fail' 'Functional i illiteracy' Test. See B-SectJbnxfojv: ; ;>?<4"j": -'

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y J ,lout 'of 171'members,, of' .....1f 3 ,dent reading on that level would have ,to>' tbenl'in'the'18th grade: Duncan hue i:test on 'communications. and ...'<, >/!
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; :Bradford: High* School sj......... '.I..j lit tle or no trouble reading the funcUonal :-> ? said the four seniors who failed will arithmetic.'Although.'/ Co-cart *}' Cr" '' > \ '; d. :y *, .
." 'only.four'will fell. to receive, "literacy.teen\according,to Dun- receive "certificates of completion" '. school officials have given' A new go-tart'neoKMoxvllf? I Is attracting carload* o1oh,, ; \'!tly '
: masas a result of ,faog the AflM. J A' :Instead of dtotonuM! and will be given 1.the functional literacy test since 1977' enthusiasts hoes all''oyor .t|h. or" 'oa'' .drl-.t.competeo1for.! .
fTcaonal 'l.. ; i rM s ode"wmers, 7wy! 'rr', ,a\fifth .rtisjimi to the functional I I '
literacy iif4.iY : pass ,'a 11.8. IHMrId( Judge birrred the state trophies with a state meet coming, up Ir(;'Septembcftf: : ** :
according to. ... Union County reported no failures t tout literacy test during the week of July flWtt uabtf'it as a. diploma require h ," ,;
1 m n.: of Itt wwtors$; Mter had 4 of 314,118TH 11-15 at the BHS Vocational Center. If this')'eu.-when, Florida ,jyrm t '
: "fMJiVNf<<$isy" .....*! of] ,succeastel In tM. tasting.they. will : 'would have .been','fully' dust Engineers,M .kndingy4 ;k "'t* :: '' ',
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lFa h r'e'rateoh I: ,"1I.cn.IJ111't >f.I.and, reported 2S receive: a.delayed d) ,",'", _..tect'' for 12'years.' Black ,( ..- v q I
t t1.lspant' UI",,"" ;'..' I ..i 71%., ,' had brought & eais-actlon A new detachment of Camp Standing has their.worikcyt! out foe ,i J
alcove the J,_ 1IRtire inst the state,alleging the ex- them this summer oi<'they'gv./ .. many'!:!' the focUltl..otthtrcomp;. I
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I la a "rtiw> .nr! Xtacted by' The March testing was'th fourth 6 percent of Florida seniors will receive :A Meral I appeals court in Atlanta?. 4.//. aI! "..Ifs I. ,., '''''''''<1 I
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\: i 'r ,Jim Noriiiiui won(in The HIH*|1. sM'iikif| ul'< thin )111111"'_ r
iT6i" t t lI i iAtneriet irwanl\ fur Nlinttry < millHTfil iiwlhor willr my troitl! >yw! t
friends. families ," lmlpr.v.| >ni \: $: :celebrating: t13'"Fhrof won tin uwiinp' for Sales mill'Scrviit'K. on Us hnhdH In thy('yaNllt'ciunu" 1, a
acknilpljt4uucn. t wjll! .:I it.;.rauntud '"I'lie' world IK iktnumlinK on that 1 1r
11"1:1'1111 haikpgN.| Jim NiH-iniiii wax the winner of the farmers of America U>. ,supply! | this
"IlllH i is II "IJft'lillll| hl (or Illl of UK. Alvarez Award for the Ouiptcr'tf: foodil. and acrleullurul: products that
miiil llrailFurtl Property Appriiimiriiixl s'Fryi1' "3r Ouhiliiiifliitg: Kirxt Year !Student/, 'Dry'ilK vital' UH lify itself,t<. many people
fcirim-r,Nalimwil KKA "r'IIlet1Jimmy Senior KayiuiMul Whilti mill his i in. the ptlOl'6rlUll developing
Alvuivx In hi* welcoming! address brother' I UH Wliilc both won Hie countries,'; DouUrrly Hul< .,?'Wo In thQ
"ThlH In a chance for,IM(a giver 1I''IK'' !-i11C'Ilkh.| |(' 4iwur r, \ >nu* "."P' hll recognition la ;'our by i':.W. 1I0dll', '" ',' much 'of'the world in countries faraway
outstanding nit'inbcr tad lo thank from hero. t armors make up
I ho piircnts. local iHiHiiiPMiiiuii.nnd The award fur hit Outstanding only :3 percent, of tho entire popululii -
supporters who have helped iw out in Female nf. YearWUK won, l hy Ijiiurl J >n, yet' OT percent of the workers In
the last' your, I'd also like lo c 61rlllullll"I hill whole t.hup'.whlch' Is throughout tin year," and I the KKAAlumniH and related Industries for their
uwurdwlnning, in itself, > Scholarship was pruwnlvdliy paychecks: each Friday., It IK a 1 1w
Mike William Tommy Crosby, tremendous challenge for UM to keep' r
'-II savings bond worth $IN( ). up I ho paco in a world that seems to
Current KKA resident( Yancy grow more dependent on us in every
Miller presided ns Mauler of "We hiipu to iiicruuHo this scholar: passing day. I believe we.can meet
Ccrlmonie. and after his opening ship In the years to come," Williams that challenge ,with the kind of Special Presentation..;
remark, KFA Una Kaid. "Y/v have 'been'receiving agricultural leaders FFA '
,Secretary Spivey 'chapters '
S0-yr r advlrmr, Paul.IliitchinM Mtri'lulatlonH rrom'j'KA
11< outlined for member und guests tremendous support from (ho community like this one are putting out. its a
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what she termed" "A ycurof Par Ada r from (both the citizens and the challenge we can face." Sjilvey after l'tCelvln'-'IIpec'lIl' appreciation award from his ntudfntt.JtHUMDAY .

ticipation". lilting the ac. local bUHinctuimun. We hope lo keep it Finally, a special presentation wan ,
complishmrnltt und activities the, up and Ui expand our efforts. in the made to Advisor Paul Hitchins. now, -" '
chapter participated, In during the DCKalb Winner...... near future." in his 30th year at BHS. ,,_ ,,Mo 14 L
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year, ,.. ..PrrnMrnl fancy Miller 8 Chapter President Yancy Miller "This is the best way we could think' UMW SALAD 1UNCHION
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senior at BUS won the prmtlKrouMl won the DuKalb award this year, top- tlr to just say thankyou for all that you it1r 4
Five Junior members recited the ping a four year span of dedicated have done here with this local FFA hll.hltt Hell a
: > Award al the banquet.Alvarez .......
FFA Creed for the crowd which wan service! to the local chapter: chaptei, said Greg Alvarez as the e !
then enlertalned by Jody Wadsworth. award was presented. "We believe STAIKI. ZONING BOARD J
a rising young country guitarist from and Paul Hutching. "This is a proud moment for me,." you have done more lhan.any one of .
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Hampton who has provided entertainment Then It was time for the profficien- Miller said. "Our chapter has' been us for this chapter and we hope you '
for the-FFA at various functions cy awards, which were presented by outstanding In the lime I've been here willbe around for a long lime to f WOAV. Mw 17'? + J
during the past couple of years with Greg Alvarez; and I'm going to do everything can come" 'r" vOOSKlSINOCwnmimlty .
his band. to make it even better In the future.I'd 'Us a great feeling to look out here Owp.. CmtarItappy MONDAY. Mat 30
"The profficiency awards are very particularly like to thank Mr. Paul tonight and see many of my former Dmf sinew. fj*. DISAS1IO VinRANS Of STARK
Yancy'Miller'llnlroduced'several i Important to us because they !present students with children of their own" 41
guests In attendance. including students who have! excelled in Hutchins for helping me In the FFA Hutchins said. "It makes me realize SATURDAY. Mo IS+--.t.J : MIMORIAt DAY RVICES
School Board members Rodney Hall( one particular area al home and more than I can possibly say. We all how far we have come and how far POP WARNER CAR WASH ,A.M. Medford C.. CaurihavMVtorwn
and Jim Lawson Forestry Depart- around the farm. Alvarez explained. owe him a vote of thanks.'' our local chapter has progressedsince ItOOAJM. It Publl InvlUd,
ment re Dave Norton the days when I first came here. Pine. .fNI.p'. fIn ,
several former advisors* Including The awards were presented as The Star Farmer's Chapter Award thank you for the presentation and to' .
B.F. Ferguson and current advisors follows: Donna Dormney won the was presented by Florida State Bank all of you l lets keep up the ,good Loving Memory of My Son and Our Brother,
Jill and: Neal Maxwell. Kris and Greg award for Horse Production. Gordon Asst. Vice-president Marvin Brown to work." W.T. Prvvatt

My son, two years are now gone by since .
. Lawtey.News-: : you had to leave us. We miss you so much,

.- our erased and lonely without you.But ,
we have your, sweet memory and the
son, Chad Boatwright Justin Redding grade: Jill Strickland, Wayne memory of twinkling blue and
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By Elizabeth: Terry sister Mrs. Peggie Roberts a patientIn and Vicki Carter; first grade: Prevatt; seventh grade: Stephanie the yoursmile warmed eyes face .
way up,your,, ,
Jacksonville Heidi Rod Crawford David Gaskins.
Phone: 782.3300 General Hospital. Our ,Sapp ; second King and love of other people ,
prayers are with her. They also grade: Tracy Prevatt, Tonya Ann We would like to remind parents if your ; '
So each
PERSONALS: visited Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tally Tatum,Third Grade: Brian Redding, you have a child who will be five on orberore night as we kneel and pray we
: MIN Elizabeth Terry'apent a few and children while there. Lisa Jones; fourth grade Rudolph Sept. I,, please come by the L- ask God for strength to go on each day. So
days with ner nephew Terry Futch Mrs. David Kelly and children of Perkins Jenny Jeaton: fifth grade: school and register them ,for my son, shine on in God'sblue, *heaven and
and boys, of' Jacksonville. Beach Jacksonville spent the weekend with Stacy Higginbotnam Shane' Napier kindergarten for' the.,,198344 school always know we love you. I
while her niece Mrs, Patsy Futch her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trox- Christy Gault, Dana Norman; sixth year. Mama Brenda, Alan' '
was In the 'hospital. Our prayers are ell. They attended the promotional --- 1 14'p..c.I
with her services for Mrs. Kelly's husband at
Mr. and Mrs. Brooluey,Futch, of Camp Standing who Is the son of Mr,
Lakeland and Mrs. Bessie Welch,'of and Mrs. George D. Kelly of Lawtey.
Plant City were dinner gussts of their We are happy to learn Mrs. Trudy
cousins, Mr, and Mrs. Let McClellanon Walnwright was able to come home \
Friday. Sunday. May 22 from North Florida ,
Henry Hodges and Buddy Smith attended Regional Hospital. Gainesville. Our
the car race at 'Lake City prayers are with her.
Saturday night. ; On May 15th Mr: and Mrs:Fleam
Ronnie McClellan. ot.Vidalia'Ga., Starling attended homecoming! at :'l j ..
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I 1 and nil mother. Mrs. Les McClellan, :Uve Oak Baptist Church"at''Mld-. ? ... 1. ..ah4 .. t ; to 1t1Y rid t
visited his dad Mr. Les McClellan in ,, :
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I Alachua General In dleburg. They were supper guests ol el f,44 1/14ef/ 'P ast r. ,,, Il Nf l' iV o11y s'P i ,ararPdt'aE 1
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their son.Lucian,Prevail thaTidght in '
Gainesville, on Frldalrand Saturday. Gainesville.Mr. .
Rev and Mrs. James Sanders and and Mrs. Fleam 'Starling at- ,
son,, of Penny Farms,were Sunday tended a gospel sing at Beulah Baptist
dinner guests of Mr.and Mrs.Les Mc- Church on Saturday, May 21. '
Clellan.. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman
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Mr. Lea McClellan returned home spent Sunday with their son anddaughterinlaw (
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Thursday. Our prayer are with him. Norman Ichtucknee Springs. Walnut Finish
Friends of Charles Starling are hap- Mrs. Earl Teston and her daughter,
py to learn that he was able to come Miss Nancy Teston.Mrs. Ola Starlingand 95
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Tuesday. Our, prayers are.with Norman went on a vacation They ONLY H Earl/Amerlcan

him.Mr. spent two nights Dalsville, AL.; They Sofa and Chair
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West Side Baptist Church Fri- Fort Rooker, AL. They arrived home Rust Floral Print Velvet
day and Saturday revival to hear Dr. ,Sunday May 22 after a nice vacation. _
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Mr. and. Mrs. Marcus Mosley of students celebrated Ws day on
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and children and Mrs.' Kathy dividual winners from each class
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Two applications for special exceptions south, of. Alligator Creek, fro*.
will come before the City Boardof Agriculture to Rl-D, COIIventionaland,1\
Adjustment at its meeting tonight mobiie home mix. .
(Thursday, May 26) at 7 p.m..in the city
hall. .
Two owners of"grandfathered In" ;
BMS Itrnlna mobile homes in southwest Starke are \
Fred McElroy is applying for' a asking for rezoning from Rl-C(single
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appeared on the,report card ot these :33, Bradford. Middle, School Back row, standingBarbara Smith Peggy Pelteway. Trk-la Parado, special exception for "home occupa family'residential) to Rl-D (mobile, '
student for the fifth B-weeki grading period. Allxha Gruen Joy Vellenga, Chris Durban, Jody Brown. Chad Thornton tion" of Lot 3 of the KOA Campgroundon conventional home mix) in order to .
They are : Jason Brown Ricky Kimulht. Audra Branlley. Yvonne Bubo Penny Italeh. US-301 south of Starke. If granted replace or enlarge their' present \.
I First row Delia Ogletby. Pam Willingham Shrrrle' Harrell. Melissa ,Holly Shields Shawna Blom, (Christi Harrell Stephanie O'Mern. Jennifer the exception will allow a printing mobile homes. In the present RI-C
Sullivan Stacey Shuford. lisa Klx. Wendy llsieh. Anne Starling Tammy ,Brown. Robert Thorpe Tonya Klein, Robert Boone Richie Taylor Todd mailout service to be operated. on the classification, owners are not permitted
,Thomason Greg Wiggins KrUtl.Alday, Justin Williams. Ricky Moore. Gillenwaters. lot by Robert Bryan. to remove mobile homes and
replace with other units

Jack Self will apply for a special exception

I 37 Earn Strai ht-A's at Middle 'SchoolThirtyseven to shop a former at the to corner move service of a station US-301 radiator and owned repair SR-16 by and Herbert the J.two Austin E.applicants Norman Bell of of Euclid 610 for Alton change Terrace Road are,

Self at the
of
SR-100
corner (Madison in '
Street) and S. Westplne Subdivision.
of some 650 students, Seventh grade: Patricia Parado, daughter of Mr. McRae, Cindy Marchant, Tara Mar- Orange St.
or 4.3 percent of the student body Robert Boone, son of Mr.. and Mrs. and Mrs. Romeo Parado of Hampton chant, Angela Montgomery, Tammy I
enrolled at Bradford Middle School Les Boone. Lake. Moody,Tonda Moore,Jackie Nguyen, The City Zoning Board will meet Another applicant for change from
earned stralght-A's for,the fifth six- Todd Gillenwaters, son of Mr. and Barbara Ann Smith, daughter of Kim Norman Kenneth Norman, Debbie following the Board of Adjustment RI-C to Rl-D, permitting mobile
weeks grading period'which ended Mrs. John Gillenwaters of Starke. Mr. and Mrs.Fred O.Smith of Starke. Parrish, Tammy Peeples, Audrey. meeting for action on the following re- home mix Is Jimmy V. Crosby, the
March 23. Richie Taylor, son of Mrs. Carolyn Peggy Petteway, daughter of Mr. Pierce Gene Powell, Stephanie quested zoning changes: city commissioner, owner of
and both of and Mrs. Isaiah of Starke. Sams, Shawn Schmidt, Michelle C. Dawson 6 off undeveloped
Taylor Bobby Taylor, Petteway Angela Scrog- acres the property at the corner of
116 more BMS students, 13.6 per- Starke. I Tonya Klein daughter of Mr. and gins, Iris Smith, Vyunda Strong, ..,-. .I", nf US-sol about 1/4-mile Epperson and Euclid Streets.
cent of the student body earned Robert Thorpe,son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Michael Klein of Starke. Maria Thomas, Ruth Underwood
all-A's and B's for the fifth six-weeks. Robert Thorpe of Starke. Holly Shields, daughter of Mr. and Yvette Walker.
Joy Vellenga, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stevenson of Starke and
t Straight-A students are: Mrs. Phil Vellenga of Brooker. Bill Shields of Nashville Tenn. Seventh grade: Jeanna Andrews,
,. Stephanie O'Steen, daughter of Mr. Shawna Blom, daughter of Mr. and Cassie Autry, Michael Barber, Abraham Canfux M.D.
and Mrs. Gary Steen of Starke.. Mrs. Jimmy Epps of Starke. Michelle Burkhalter, Shelly Carter, ,
Eighth grade: Lisa Tierney, daughter of Mr. and Yvonne Bobo, daughter of Mr. and Dale Cassels, Brian Davis, John GENERAL MEDICINE
Kristin Alday, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Mike Tierney of Starke. Mrs. Lenwood Bobo of Starke. Davis, Robert Fowler, Sondra Green, Announces the opening of his office at
Dwayne Alday of Starke. Jason Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Durban, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ivey, Tommy Jones, Dodie, .
Richard Moore,son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. Raymond Durban of Starke. McRae, Esther Martin, Sherry Mat- STARKE PLAZANext
Paul Moore of Starke. Jennifer Brown, daughter of Mr. All ha Gruen, daughter of Dr. and ., tox, Gene Murphy, Eric Packham
Greg Wiggins, son of Mr; and Mrs. and Mrs. Marvin Brown of Starke. Mrs. Harry Gruen of Starke. Randall Polk, Chris Powell, ChadReddish ( to Pantry Pride)
i H.F., Wiggins of Starke. Jody Brown son of Mr. and Mrs. Lori Sapp Rosalyn Taylor, Hours: 9.5 Monday
Sherri Harrell daughter of Mr. and Friday
Marvin Brown of Starke. David Thorpe, Waylon Townsend,
Mrs. William Harrell of Brooker. Chad Thornton, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Angela Widener, Bobby Willingham, PHONE'9644668CLOSED
Wendy Hsieh daughter of Mr. and, Larry Thornton of Starke: A-B Honor Roll... Jennifer Woods, Pam Zurfluh.
,Mrs. John Hsieh of Starke. Penny Hsieh, daughter of Mr. and Eighth grade: Tasher Allen,Laurel !
Lisa fix, daughter of Mr. and .frs. Mrs. John Hsieh of Starke. Alvarez, Jody Baldwin, Annette' Sixth grade: Michele Bronson
.
Alvin Rix of Starke. Della Oglesby, daughter of Mr. and Balkcom, David Barnes, Lisa Marcia Brown, Harold Chandler, ,. .. I
Tammy Thoma daughter of Mr. Mrs. G.W. Oglesby ofStarke. ,Blalock, Stacey Bowen, Joel Brewer Paul Coleman, Belinda Clark, Kevin '" t
> and Mrs.' Richard. Thomason, of Richard Kimutis son'of Mr. and, Donald Brooks Ronald Brown, Clif- ,'Crawford, Julie Ferguson Kern
.. : Brooker. Mrs. Edward Kimutis of Starke. ton Campbell, Shilynn Chaff,Johnnie Flllyaw, Stanley Griffis, Idella Hall!!
Justin Williams, son of Mr. and Clark, Chuck Coburn,Robert Cowart, Margie Hall, Carlo Haley, Bill
Mrs: Lamar Williams of Starke. Vicki Crockreli, Darrell Cruce, Den- Hamilton,Renee Hewett,Eric Hodge,
Deena Cox, daughter of Mr. 'and nis Cumming, Patrick Diggs Karen Hodges Michelle' Howard, FOR VACATIONThe
.Mrs.Tommy Cox of Brooker Sixth grade; Suzanne Dyal, Judy Etheridge, Chris Richard LeNeave, Tracey Lugin
, Stacey Shuford, daughter of Mr. Audra Lee Brantley, daughter of Farmer, Angela Ford, Kim Gowens, ,Selena Norman, Tangela Pittman,
1 and Mrs. James Shuford of Lawtey. Mr., and. Mrs. Gerald Brantley of. Barbara Green, Brad Green, Bill Allen Porter, Suzanne Sapp, Carrie
( j Ann Starling, daughter of Mr. and Starke. \ Hamilton, David Hamilton, Billy Shaw Noy Srivibul, Sheila Stewart offices of JOHN D. CAMPBELL
' 1| IMrs.. James of Christ Ann Harreli, daughter'' of Ellzaiieth ,
i Starling Lawtey. Heavner, Carolyn Milliard, Steve Rowell, Renee Thomas,
:i Pam Willingham, daughter of Mrs. Mr. and .Mrs.; ,Henry Harrell of Jones, Tammy Lynn, Learnatine Pam Thornton James Quiette,Terry M.D. will be closed for
I Mary Willingham of Starke. Starke. 1 k, ferson Donna McDavid. Robte Whitehead. vacation
.
I 'lI beginning Memorial Day May 30
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I r" Senate t ; Committee, Postpones. ** Actionon f t A* i ,r A fc.i ,PeatMiningBan*> -- ,,ti jt i-. j,., > -1- -*.( N I 3 '! ,1,983 until ,June 20, 1983.. '.

ky- ,. IftIIfI"I1i! 'peat-for-fuer> y' :Tninms- ,j i*:..11. ..g''c: "';' ':P i .....pJ nn /(>>,'v{; e trfruri i neT.s .tV; a ') < ,)."r ,.wJllUtil9.&l.; l ;" 1<41.... .f Aas.t ,"?:1 nn: atekr)! .'.Tt 1n;":, ;''i: his
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wa' Nliwtal dal \\ ,!t, mi 'I h J1..tl "cbtik t4!silt ,fire'upportu'I +& / 1 .lNllu1/Y9r> It'l I/1A vl
environmental i'Office ;
.Natural Resources will not c n8i Resources approved last week a bill resources department conduct :' .with son problem" hoWs' will.resume/, askusual t in
at this session, any legislation. aimed! drawn by Rep. Frank Williams setting ,study during the moratorlun thik, beforevUbecomes i a disaster.,
,at regulating peat mining. a one-year moratorium on peat effects of peat mining on Florida's 'Sen., Meal said there was no en- Lake Butler and Starkey on' June;:" 20,
Sen.: Patrick Neal of Bradenton mining for non-agricultural purposes. wetlands and water quality nmental that warranted
:chairman of the committee, said that Representatives of the State virj immediate> attention danger because there 1983.
It will address the issue of mining Department of Environmental
peat
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\ as an interim project later this Regulation, the Department of In arguing for the moratorium Dili, were no plans for mining peat in the
year since no mining? of peat for non- Natural Resources, and other en- David Bluckman, representing the immediate future.

Call for
Appointments

::1 '_ Wilsons Honored for Organizing Blood Drive Here


i Bill# and 'Muriel Wilson, the Gainesville Park by tb;Chamber of use In case of emergency blood re will accept the award for the Wilson,
=manager and secretary of the local fice. May 17 the bloodmobile went to quirements by applying to the who will be out of town, at an awards
Chamber of Commerce, 'will be Hercules where 15 pints of blood were Chamber. banquet at the Hilton Hotel in
honored today (Thursday, May 26) as ,donated, then to the Chamber Chamber President Dallas Mayo Gainesville at noon today.
Outstanding Donor Club Chairpeople building on the corner of Madison and
of the Year by the Civitan Regional Walnut Streets where 33 pints were
Blood Center. donated a total of 40 pints for the day.
.The Wilson head up the local The Wilsons, several years''' ago, CorrectionIn
Chambers blood drive in Starke.Four' established a blond donor account in
times a year the bloodmobile from the the name of the Chamber from which w-1
.Civitan Regional Blood Center. In anyone in the community Is invited to last week's, Issue of the
: Telegraph an error was made In the
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t listing relay team that
a, Concert Set at SE Correction! broke a school record at the state

'" Emory L. Brown of Hampton, was Members the relay team were
its annual concert
spring honor Robert Bellamy, Brad Russell, Eric
left off the sophomore A-B roll
Thursday'; June 2 at 7:30.: p.m. In the .
'BHS auditorium. at Bradford High for the fifth six- Lane and Tony. ones. TCHIGKEN-I
.';The choreographed production' Is weeks grading period because of an The Telegraph regrets the error.
.J under the direction of pa Von Drivas incorrectly figured grade.

I TBE ORAOFOR D ,, r' Each dinner Includes: two fish fillets, a generous portion of
: AFFORDABLE, :
: : _. COUNTY TELEGRAPH boneless chicken fillets, crisp french fries creamy cole slaw

Private Swimming! Lessons .I fubflshed every Thursday .;. two Southern style hush puppies and sweet 'n sour sauce.

at 135 W. Cat Street (at participating Captain D'sJ) _
Taught:' by SUrke Florida 37Q91

Qualified Experienced Instructor '1t: .
Second Class pottage paid at
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,, ;Small classes with{ Individualized !nltructlan"-'n", private.pool" Rates 11<.' $299 '

,..J week session Starts limited Available In'trade$9.90 area; $10.00 per year .
six months
Mid June .
'20.00 ;' SpacePreregistrafon'Requfred ".
Call 964-o310 Outside trade ana: 11.00. per year !.'.,.

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missioner. What would you do about out, but without tile accompanying -.'.>-, ..t// : ,,,I.t. I "' 'r.
the commission's option to levy a taxes to pay for them.'s" ';:'' )'.; "' ",; I .';i''
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4-ccnt, per gallon tax on gasoline? Then, almost like the pot of 'gold at ,-I. ,

Here's the situation: the end of the rainbow, comes word the' I midnight. May 21, the Z28 employees

"Money is short. You're certain the state is dropping its first four cents of of the' DuPont Company's Florida Plant i

county will face an income shortfall gasoline tax in favor of a five percent completed 10 consecutive years without a
sales You wonder what teat a safety performance
tax on gasoline. Workday injury
this down
when to
summer get
you In the mining industry.
the state Department of Transportation milestone unique
work on the 1983-84 budget. You know
the county has been balancing its will do with the additional During' those 10 year. Florida Plant {
millions, especially when it is reclassifying employees have worked safely for almost
budget with a sharp and carrYover -
pencil roads roads si million on-the-job hour. The plant. /
state *
many as county .
funds the past few minerals along 1Ji:{
years. and giving them, to the counties to mines and processes heavy \ '
But this year there will be less car- the western edge of Clay County.

L ryover, mainly because interest rates maintain.The K.B. Platt Plant said "The K.B. Plativ.pl..t maMctrvewgratauiles employee of E.I. DuPMt's Florida
Manager
is the counties the Plant for achieving the miksUM .f lost-:
have fallen. state giving major reason for the Plant's excellent time werktog II consecutive years without a
I option to take on the four cents per'gallon safety record is that every employee is mt-Uicsjoe Injury Representing piantemployees are C L-R Ed Mmley.Harry
I Employees have been told that Slement Dick SeJje. Pat,Bluikeaihip,,Shirley Itenglas. Bford McKinney Plat,
gasoline tax the state dropped.It committed to working safely. Our basic and Lamar Priest' .
money is tight and there will be no pay was the first four cents under the old philosophy is that all accidents can- be
increases in the new budget. Be glad prevented. Setting records such as this Is
/you have a job, county employees havejpeen formula through which funds were not our main objective, it Is at natural been recognized by a number: of featured in upcoming issue of 'Mine
told raised for primary-i ads. result of,our safety efforts." prestigious groups across the country,,,. Safety and Health the quarterly publication -
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The National. Safety Council lists the of the U.S. Department of Labor Mine
-It may; be necessary to challenge The commission can levy four cents 'The Florida' Plant's success story of producing .. plant as having the best known safety Safety and Health Administration the
before the Department of Revenue the per gallon with a 4-1 vote or two cents quality products while working record of any metal mine In the United federal agency that regulates the mining I
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budgets of a county official. An elected per gallon with a 3-2 vote. The program safely in a hazardous industry .has also States. The plant's story is also being -industry. ,
has five limit but decision
a year a
courthouse Official, you hear by the
must be made
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by July
courthouse grapevine, has intentionsof .

turning a deaf ear to your requeststo With no other source of revenue I A
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cut expenditures. readily available, the gas tax looks .
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who rides would County Agent's Notebook -- By BebbyT.ylor
pretty good. Everyone : '
.} "People want the rough, dusty dirt Br..f..C..tyA.eDi
the tax not the few.
roads they live on paved and you pay gasoline just -

wonder where the money is coming A penny gas tax has been proposed '
from. Laura Church Road is next, after twice before, the people turned it down I our hope gardens hat our and good other weather can continuesso make drive stakes into thai ground because'irsvery above or'Just below the point where the

work on the Speedville Road is com- 2-1. both times. But, there has to be a good growth and production.crops Warm nightsare easy to damage plant roots. leaves are attached to the leaf stem.

pleted. And where is the money coming way to fund the road department and needed for maximum growth and ear* Some of the popular tomato varieties la summary; staking and pruning are
harvest. which require staking are Floradel,Indian In tomato culture.
from to maintain the additional to pave some badly deteriorating ly River, Manapal and Tropic. Tomatoes important steps

miles of paved roads turned. back to the gravel roads which are wearing out Most vegetables are looking better but, which do well left unslaked are Walter Pruning is done to remove the small'side
county by the stat Because of traffic. some folks are having insects and disease Tropi-Red. Homestead and Florida M-H- branches, called suckers that form be-
problems Irrigation has not been neededon' ,One. tween the main stem and the leaf stem.
Floramerican be
Nearing the 10-mill( property tax' Even so, where is there a better most plants.' Squashy green beans ,unstaked. may staked or Pruning reduces the total number of fruits

state limit, you know the county can alternative? County commissionersand onions and potatoes are being enjoyed by that your tomato plant will produce, but

raise only $90,000 additional funds, and clerk Gib Brown have been scrat- many of our gardeners. 'work One well method'of Is to use staking wooden; which stakes seems that are to the fruits that develop will be larger. ,'

then only half the taxpayers would be ching their heads over that question for Tomatoes continue to' be the 1 most about six to eight feet long and one and a .r'

paying that tax because of the $25,000 months. Special tax districts have been popular vegetable grown by our half inches wide. Drive the stakes into the Letters.__
homestead exemption. Plus, $90,000 is considered but that boils down to an gardeners Plants are grown In the soil and soil about two .feet, keening the stakes
In containers, and some are pruned and
not enough to take care of the normal addition to the property tax, which on- staked while others are allowed to branch about As the three plant to grows four,inches tie it to from. the each stake plant.with Editor, Telegraph: .

increase in a $3.5 million spending bill. ly half of the people pay and grow uncontrolled.As string, soft twine, or strips of rags. You'll The Starke Shrine Club'wishes to thank

Without new taxes from some At the same time, you know peopleare your tomato larger,con probably need to make, between four and 'The Telegraph for: the support andcooperation
staking with the of
six ties the given us publicity
sider the benefits of and pruning. throughout growing
the is that services tax conscious... tired of additional
source, prospect Staking the plants keeps the fruit off the- season...always make Sure that you make our chicken dinner and parade on Saturday -
will have to be cut... such things as the taxes piled on by the state and federal ground and conserves space in the garden these ties below tnefnlil, cluster ,May 14.Without your help the Starke
bookmobile and Shrine Club Day would not have been !the
library's mosquito governments.You Staking also makes it easier to cultivateand Your next step in tomato culture Is pruning v

spraying, and your road might not be saw a room full of truckers' harvest tomatoes,and it helps prevent Pruning is.done to remove the small success We appreciate it was: the. time and effort that

graded or the potholes filled as often. haulers and gasoline dealers all raise fruit rot. t shoots that. appear between the leaf stem,. The Telegraph staff put forth In making
A couple of words .;(caution about stakrtngr.Tstake and the main plaot stem. Removing; these the public aware of this event, and also
And if things tight their hands.when,Jerome Johnsaskedif
perhaps get
,
-I--'-: plantsare more subject to *....lynaboits.rpr.1''iv r, fmf is ttiRu Q 1. enlightening the public as to where their
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erfough, some jobs will hate to be cut I if they tavorivthe, proposed Constitutional 'Coftd\Uon' cq'1! i 4,rtrnumlrer of fruit that your malO'lAJlIJltba'dIlce ) r ,spent. The excellent editorial;
AHook around-courthouse sees'it >amendment cutting 'aJI .taxe:&..> ,..,.pl, I4W "'I 4 ', ,. it ittNiMot' !! 1 1bII.t:: i' ( \ bI "" -r JAI rI1I)2I/edltioil JJaa
filled to the brim with employees, but back to 1981 levels. Tai .ind. Youi., d.tq ,carefufwhlnyouolsZ .. find. .. 8"ia ',er".Iri..ze,.. i : 'tJt.. jJW'mWucat! teThd'pulallc I lal tothe'" r,

the prospect of actually laying off commissioners themselves' I ,purpose of the Starke Shrine Club and
is bleak indeed. County You need to prune tomatoes about once:. Shrmedom as a whole. It has helped give anew
employees don't want to pay more taxes. But, FORESTRYII a week. And this is best done by hand.Hold Image: and meaning. to the word
Mandated programs. The state what is a better alternative? The com- the shoot firmly between your thumb and "Shrlner."

legislature persists in imposing pro- missioners keep coming back to that. ,forefinger and bend it to one side until it We are sending a copy of your editorial
II IN BRADFORD COUNTY snaps." Then pull the shoot off in the opposite and article in the April 28 paper to the
direction. Morocco Temple's official In
|| newspaper
.' "ll"t"| By David Norton'er.dford Reversing the direction is to the hope that approximately 11,500 Morocco
Sewer and Water FacilitiesWill County FerelrIf necessary Temple Shruiers will read it.
prevent injury to the leaf axil of the main
thanks for being so caring
I you're planning to add shade trees to stem. sad concerned about crippled and burned

Be Issue of The 80s your yard next planting season don't rule When you prune leave two or three main' children..They appreciate it,and so do we,
out such superior natives as oaks, cedars stems to develop the plant.,Be careful not
and southern magnolias just because they to disturb the fruit buds which appear Just,, Richard Cinauigliain.Starke President

Florida's water and sewage systems unemployment. As South and Central' have a reputation. slow growers. Shrine Ctabn '

which, in the past, have gone "under- Florida fill up, growth will inevitably You can motivate these tl'Mlllnto faster .
funded, under-planned, and under- growth by providing favorable growing -__jI -
extend to our North-Central area and in _
,. conditions. In fact they can be made to ,
regulated" will be critical economic
fact, is already' being felt. match the growth of those said to be fast
issues of the 1980s, according to a growing which may include trees that are I-

University of Florida economist. With septic tanks all but priced out of weak shortlived and bring with them a Memorial.Day

This is especially true now that the the market, other alternatives must be spectrum of'maintenance problems 'r .\" ..,

... state is enforcing stringent regulationson sought if Bradford County is to share in This brief discussion of trees will Identify .;: 1J4rs
.Messagd
this potential growth. The alternativethat some of the things to do that will make .
the construction of septic tanks adding ;
,
slow-growing trees quicken their 4 .
thousands of extra dollars to the naturally comes first to mind is the pace. ,- c '
cost of conventional homes, as well as extension of city limits to provide' for First,choose a spot where the light is of :, .
adequate quantity to assure full product "
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sewage disposal that is no longer finan-
mobile homes on lots where the water '
tion of food within the leaves.This
means
.
Our i a great nation farcauM citiien.
cially feasible in hat
with the every
many cases
table is level. apersonal
near ground full sun for many, though some kinds may and spiritual stake In Iti lift( and tie future.
installation
of .
a septic tank. do with less:' .
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Most Florida towns and counties have Many 'who'die with .' '
u. today had (owed .
Developers of subdivisions in the Next soil conditions must be suitable. ont among the its
/ ( and thousand ,
adopted planning Americana" who ,
comprehensive died in the" First World War.
tht 55
This ,
future means the drainage must becompa
would do well
to have their
laws but "thousand whose blood stain th
zoning we are not utilizing ground in Korta.and the SI
ble with the type tree you want to grow; ,!.
'.' developments incorporated into the ci- ro thousand who their "
them to manage growth, says Mr. that aeration must be allowed and that the gave up, .lives in Southeast Asia during the
Fishkind who is associate director of the ty. Although the cost of extending'the structure of the soil Is such that it can hold. 'i1f' V/.tnain'' :Wmf. .

university's Bureau of Economic and sewer lines to the property would have plant, food for MM roots to take up. ,"' 1t\,, Th'e',"niilllon'"andQ; '> quarter Americana who died 1 In our1 .

Business Research. "When we had five to be borne by the developer, he could, The supply;,of nutrients mint be adei "t. country' defense have 'ad. the most noble sacrifice possible,

million people in the state we could get in turn, add the pro-rated cost of this Im- quate and this applies not only to the three ,''ardor W. come tagtthtosr'thi.. J9M Memorial Day.observance In +

.: away with this," the economist says. provement into the price of his Iota and .basic:fertilizers nitrogen,phosphate and : to vtntrata.that nobility!* .
the purchasers would still come out for potash but also to about a doien minor l"r ", W* earn together 1 In, order
: "But now we have ten million people elements needed in small to rttognlia' that the mortar: that .
nutritional
less than if they had to install a $4,000 or very r. ,..J\otd\ our moiety together. l# mixed with the .
blood ,
fe and by 1985, we'll have 12 million, so we quantities A soil and pll test foracidalkaline ; of htrot" W*
$5,000 septic tank. They'would also be A 31:",ircomt to 'o."owl.-l the, great debt monk 01 ... u.-l .
I need to start thinking more seriously levels will help. fou.detft'o .1 .1:. ";At.rjf9'swarrfead; owes to
about'' how we're going to handle this assured of having workable sewage mine. these matters. \ .

Hopefully, the 1980s will) be a disposal systems The soil''temperature' .ut an importantitem. r :1'W..ow..' r, f* *?.*fr; war'*."* to praetfce", the rights and moonsibifities -

decade :of the laws we At one time city annexation and There's evidence that some plants ." !which' Jify protected. with the Hood of lift (tatfa( It hat
,
g implementing} \ ft'f bets *ald that the beat
slow their growth or stop completely when .., way.to honor the war dead: It to-
already have. sewer extension could considered the temperature Is too high. Mulch .is a, 4, serve thoiti ;who 115edf.those; who returned,, home", from war;tick \

The UF economist said land develop long range problems, but the time is handy way to help keep the temperatures ,- r d'IGb'-, M.sb.Fa oJ the' *V sad, Auxiliary bvltevf deep ,

ment costs have been artificially low in now becoming shorter',and.shorter.,At' down and hold food and water for the root.. ,is this" ",'nclpl.. .,
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present the city is advertising to annex 'at the saute time Don't overlook mulch < '1, "'i irk year jJ 'VanndlxiIigry
because ,
Florida many private the In full members" donate '
particularly you've placed tree approximate-
the large tract which was purchased +I 1y a rrliffldtii s.[tJwir/ time
developments are now allowed to provide sunlight t'i; to volunteer work!In VA hospitals ,
.,
through condemnation to for 8 and other medical facilities/ And eMs I. ..
j their own water and sewage use a Keep dewn competition from other 'd.I'\.S. ) ;,,,.iIIP.ciJfttr.bMtlOll.r/: ." IOCI : ;just. the. ,beginning, or .'., ...
systems. "By not providing adequate spray irrigation sewer system and then; ,plane fteeck and 81'." emit steal g majority e4". ..Ji.t ; I""t; i J",0(1.'e. f...", 1'Y."' (' : .
centralized water and sewage system, found to be unnecessary for this purpose of UM available nutrients during the W. ern P'lWd 0/"''hpt4ha' Div sad Of"... '". ,

we decrease the cost of development' under current EPA pure water fetan-3 first. cntNlstlfBVO-me.:. *asofl of your .f'1 ;tttwa'" af'''doing( ,RfriAkO< If>better for those toT.SrMrf'ftSm. ", .
j
dardi The city is also advertising to annex freshly planted. tree, '-fji!( i'werdrabl.q< ) Of'14, Kjyrf f"y ?MY?lr. '''' IJf/neMfsi. But muck mar 1 ,
i ,
the economist said, but the results are I >',:.P i.,Mt d&,fOibff, dorM..,..W*.n,*ti.ta d'o""a"' .
not _a PUD (Planned Unit De.elbpme For! bJ?iniir i a owneiluil( ..Ii''means kG' "' more Veterans and o.
always good. "Developers don'thave n; tkInhlRrilleaTtheAi9FIA'ofprovetng! ; ,,..... ,
ii U' just east.f prepare IM tr* site well,,removing the essenUeisew '
Crosby Lak4 .
Vices
to meet connection !(< r t '
y new charges, .corapetuidUMJN..AKtcit planting the tree- itlJ Ali 'I}i" !) ,, ,
t J and their water' and sewage' systemsdon't Cemetery with the cost of extending smother oWtHir competition by mulches or ';':Jt'lJ rt; ; WJRr 111. ;.fF fh 1J prl, {<.,ewaa0tob '; :I
have to meet the same standards newer lines to be paid by iJeyelqperJ j % fiery shaufw IJ l f f.*>not dig derply I foe oIM..1.. !one nl lif,;{w .. riJy) 19AS. "and"ope than IIdDVmembeieMp not only'" the DA ; ; ,
of. purity that a central system general- Other: developers will undoubtedly: be you ;will"eft; nir. tree tender: tiny feeder' .."plhe'hr'FiitlAe'vd1lW' ltiJ! ,
r ;flyihas to meet if it's operating seeking to have their developments aril-! t1 ta. r I"ICY v r w ? .,': ;hlYWby na"IrrrTrlfili), j t'1'ntiitiiiriutln.d6y',' ) ; (l
nexed by the city in view of,the increased -. to avoid injury .
i;\properly/ Mr. Fishkind points out. Finally your certainly want Abraham L1l1c.r" afar the", Civil War wko> he told Americana T
i-V< aw ttjitffplanning cost and other disadvantages 4tt iv4i'ing a{I iMf! can cause tetipuf rrt.... ::rcrt4 6id 14S lh"Gflp, ?: w'''''11'\; __ "' Mm who 'fan ."
1 for the future will become a large septic tank drainfieid i .. =..of the trunk that pre. haw'bdrrii rli'tU; irit4/d"'I offrf'{ Ats drpfiLnit'r'; ,. \
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increasingly! important to Florida towns located on each ho esite. IU' .* cIt {death vent ...fMl may/mitee*<-If- "\ early 'JilDut'fTr i1Ol.rl.hA.ri'I'I l: 'ryaVatrjyttFN ";la +lolr .. .. ", ;1" ; ., t?

,' and cities If the state's economy con- is not 'too soon to start planning/c t II.U..O. :with, ,Its J 'J, )!t ,!:ItJQf-"tl1ftJtT, d'No 1 I J,Did". :tmiWlt n tinues to it has during the and means for 'with the i shade and vi 'A { ,.. .
grow as past ways coping p-- andwifc of strength( site that; ( 'j" 'r IJ"r>70 a l1df. k r li' .
few years. Centra Florida is one of the creased demand for sewer facilHMrflC Jail wirn1bV i the tree SltS *F<*oHtainlng before you 1 .. 'J I
fastest growing regions of Florida and which is inevitable{If| Bradford County is' 1. 'txlariYwsit: : "+Rt ttq .
rar
fltaat Hne under the eaves l'
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its economic 'activity remained high to share in th rowth that. ,{9 projected, of)'!lilt Ii* .Sfwrto is grcftVKuf damage' ?thu W .to 1 ,.
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1 \tJ.bungt'ln'C.tta.!: \ : 'lr'. .eu Presi aenItn .of ; Woman's Club at'1Vyiay Breakfast: ';SaturdayBetty i }

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l Woman's Club was Bit::1'Hostesses,Including Mrs.: Ervln Mrs.'J D.; Warren
An'
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retiring
president Club ul Ruud
ett W .starke, District IV. third place for Christmas ball,
.spat; ity a* the club :
f members idrews 1 Mrs Paul was
?: Bridges, Mrs. presented with a silver dish
as
a Awards honorable
received mention for
Mrs.
and) at FFWC State pillow; f
guests enjoyed the annual '
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Mar Joseph"Dorko. Mrs. memento
I Douglas Hardy, of
'. appreciation. Mrs. Convention in Kissimmee Included- Anita Rink, third place for stitched
Brt:4k.f1l1t'lI.fI"S3\lII"day.! \ May 21 'aV ,Mrs..Charley Johns, Mrs. J.H.; Me- Charles,Darby installed the following Mrs. Thelma :
li:30: a.hit, Jennings,third place for pictured and Mrs. Mildred Bellizzi
A spring-like Atmosphere: \was' ;' '.'Robert I:Mrs.rd.W.H.Mrs. James Thom Reddish,, Judd officers, treasurer for 1983-84:Mrs.Mrs.Dorothy Freida portrait; Mrs. Marty Barry, second second place for decorated egg anil t
created ; place for knitted suit Mrs. Florence honoraMe! mention for miniature. '
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by dining tables ;
holding Mrs :f D. Warren and Mrs. J.H, Brown, recording secretary: Mrs. '
pie, 'white and yellow bouquets of DuPre, served a delicious meal. Elna Schaffer, corresponding
daisies! ; mum, static an* baby's Mrs Warren presided and Mrs. secretary; Mrs. Sandra Green,fourth I DKG Holds Birthday LuncheonAlpha I t
breath. In yellow' watering cans. ,R.A. Green, Sr. gave the Invocationand vice-president; Mrs. Evelyn Griffin, ,.
Suspended' from the' bouquets'were' 'the devotional. Miss' Canova t ,. third vice-president Mrs. Roxanne Nu Chapter of Delta Kappa speaker, Yvonne Rice, who gave an :
purple and yellow balloons. on yellow 'played piano solo entitled, "My Ruckdeschel, second vice-president; Gamma held Its May Birthday Lun- appropriate and Inspiring talk .to the I
rIbbon' ; Tribute." Miss Canova and her Mrs! Anne' Whiffen, first vice- cheon' on I Saturday, May 14 at the members. I
::The speaker's'table held a cascade 1 'andmother..Mrs. L.A. Canova, Sr., president, and Mrs. Betty Young, Western Steer Steak House.
centerpiece of pink glads, yellow and were {introduced to the club. Cindy president. Each new officer lit a candle President Lyons appointed two new
white' daisies, mums and purple' has been awarded a scholarship: by as they were Installed. Members were welcomed by thehostess' committees, suggested at the recent
statico and bouquets Identical to thoseon Friends' of Music. She' is studying lira ? { State awards received In 1982-83 are committee and introduced to state meeting. Gail Cook and her
dining tables. Guests assembled In music at the University' of Florida as follows: F.F.W.C. Headquarters the honored guest, Yvonne Rice,First hostess committee presented five
the sunroom where Mrs.J.D. Warren where she I U the accompanist for the Restoration-Certificate of Merit; Vice President of,Florida! Mu State. door prizes and served the birthday
president and Mrs. Lillie Bridges University Choir and also for .the First Place! District IV Hacienda cake to the 24 members present. The
served champagne and fruit punch Chamber Singers. Girl's Ranch Award; Florida Federation Chapter president, Sharon Lyons, honored guest was presented with an
from silver bowls. The table held a Guests were recognized: and past of Women's Clubs Certification of welcomed all to the 49th birthday of attractive hanging basket.
centerpiece of assorted colors of silk presidents. Junior Club members and Honor; Woman's Club of Starke was the International Society.. The tables The luncheon concluded with, sing-
flowers. sponsor Mrs. John Torode, were 'placed on Honor Roll; Third Place, were decorated with red roses, place ing of the Delta Kappa Gamma song.
Miss Cindy Canova played the honored.. Each new member receiveda Category 3, Woman's Club of Starke- cards, gifts and honeysuckle runners The next meeting will be an orientation
piano throughout the hour. The club corsage Mrs. Florence Ruud was Young ....now has the Performing Arts Division; Woman's own the lace covered tables. Follow- meeting for the six new initiates
was decorated for the 'occasion by named Woman of the Year. Miss reigns of the Woman's Club of Starke. Club of Starke-Certificate of merit, ing the luncheon,Julia Ripplinger led In August. Hostesses were Gail Cook,
Mrs.William Wilson,Sr.,and her son, Lillian Stump was made an honorary Mrs. Young and other officers were' Third Place, Category the group in Musical Moments. Mar chairman; Mona Canova, Debbie
Mr. ,William Wilson, Jr. Mrs. Wl1Ion1. member for her devotion and untiring Installed Saturday during the annual. 3-Beautifucation Division: Certificate tha Rlherd gave the Invocation. Gray, Lucille Payne and Marilyn
chairman and her committee of efforts in behalf of the Woman's Club. May breakfast of Appreciation, "Care' Woman's Lucille Payne introduced the guest Vellenga.

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Nancy Lea Wallace, b 0

I Donald PearsonTo c8&jie Social. Side '

Wed June ;4
'of

Nancy Lea Wallace and Donald .
ee Gene Pearson will be united In mar Gladys Mooty Of The -

riage Saturday, June 4, at 11 a.m. in
Rita Osgood.Johnl Northside Baptist Church with a Society Editor ."l
reception following In the church hall.
D Vor. All friends and relatives are Invited News
to attend. > 964-7608 o
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Reception Honors Three :. '.

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'. Deportees Sunday .

f'' t d
,. A reception was held in the Madison Mrs. Siemer will be residing near
Cynthia Thornton Street Baptist Church FellowshipHall her family In High Springs and Mr.
Daniel Dowdy Sunday night, following evening and Mrs. Lawson will move close to
I Rita Osgood o w services, for, Mrs. Marie Siemer and their family in Live Oak. ,
f Johnle DeVore Cynthia Thornton, a ae Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Lawson, who are
M moving soon from Starke. .
Rev. Daniel Dowdy .

Plan to Wed June 25 +"--'-
Rita Rosalie Osgood, daughter of The gift table was covered with a
Verna Osgood and the late Otis JoAnn Tyson. < Mr, and Mrs. Jimmy U. Thornton white duster and lace cloth centered For theBride
Osgood of St. Petersburg,and Johnie Edward W. Hamilton I of Starke, announce the engagementand s se1 with a crystal bowl of roses. The
Lamar DeVore. 'son of Pauline approaching marriage of.their punch table was overlaid with a lace
DeVore and the late John R. DeVore. St Wedding Dot*' > daughter, Cynthia Maria ,to Rev. tablecloth and held matching crystal &:

of Lawtey, will be united In marriage Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tyson, Sr., of Daniel Dare Dowdy, of Lynchburg punch bowls! at each end which were I
June 11 in Bethel Lutheran Church., Starke, announce the engagement Va., son of Rev. and Mrs. Herman Nancy Wallace encircled with greenery and small Groom
St. Petersburg. and approaching marriage of their' Dowdy of Richmond, Va. Donald Pearson pink roses with an arrangement of the -J/

,, ... daughter, JoAnn, to Edward W. The Pine wedding Level' will Baptist take place Church June*25'in In .i4... I r same flowers as a centerpiece. A collection of""r' ''j
: Presiding at the punch bowls were
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..mtIt 'i" :.j.' '''' Hamilton'
\ Mrs.Alie
,"" l"'IIt.i.'I'f..l.1 Ir", ... a'j"a'3' Hamilton sacM -'Starke.TowiWf "'":"instw p-tom "fii rr ', '" ,, .. .
( "M'J's'"Gal1'O'Steerf'liond MiSS.Llsa"'dI : .
'of tiwteyv ; *f 11n : f wi *: *"H M* ""iI::' h dert\s fOl.lr,1. r-,&
.......Nfwaa.4 ; ilglt/.S.Cu..9..1Pi \Ij i" .J f';:; ( i :_ [,The JbrideJect'"gi'. << utttcAWowO :) M ii't l.awsoriv' isting I liB i serving,were ,,t .
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"o1t P.et8ll&bw1l\i6h,' 1' Bra 'd' Sch Jf ol"S stem. And'Mr. ..."JiI oadtorid 'W..",. $ JI t t'iritd.1; bertjI d'W'rn'StDJ. ( "..u.14tntJU:71 i MssBlslaHazen. Mna.! RubxHoiygU, 'neWlyw ds IS'!l .r'\ .! .i isJ
V College and the University of South. County' Baptist College with a B.S.,degree'In'. and Mrs. Walter prick. j rft f i t iltiRii\\tIft.I...' -/tv 0\ i
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Hamilton is employed a Dupont "
Florida In Tampa. .elementary education \_ Supper May 28 Handbook edition, /
DeNemours EI It Co.
Rev. graduated from Col*
Dowdy
The wedding is set for July 2 at 8 "Sf arke Chapter 224, Order of $5.50.
bible
umbla Bible College with a B.B.E.. A was presented to each family _
p'.m..1n the bride's parent's home witha astern Star,will have a covered dish for
and the of loving ser-
degree Liberty Baptist Seminarywith many years -
Mri DeVore graduated from Bradford reception immediately following the an' M.A. degree In Chrisitan supper Saturday May 28, at 7 p.m. infhe vice, by Rev. Robert Gillis from all 'WM.
High School, Georgia Tech. Jh. ceremony in the same place. education He is employed as a bible Masonic Hal!. the members of the church and a ", ....'.,. ...,..
diana University and Ohio State All friends and relatives are invited teacher at' Lynchburg Chrisitan All Masons and their families are scrap book and plant was presented; to 1J.r-
invited
Univeristy.! to attend Academy. to attend. Mrs. Siemer by the G.A. s and their -

leader, Mrs. Anna Lee. I

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Bradford-Union Retired, Teachers Hold Final Meeting of then Year 1M3 M.llmatk Cards Me

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-Long Learning In Arts and'Crafts" lovely orange' Jacket, Mrs. Leona work. Leona Royal represented the some'I r medicines and vitamins. A Mrs. Mona Canova, Mrs. Leona Office Shop
was the theme for the annual Royal explained how to make a reed Legislative Committee and told strong local organization would Royal, Mrs. Lucille Johns and Mrs.
May luncheon-meeting 'of the' basket.. Mrs. Norman displayed a.. members that it Is Important to keepa : enable the group to receive more Muriel Norman reported on' the 110 W. CaB Street
Bradford-Union Retired Teachers basket pocket book: and three dimensional representative aware of the needs. benefits. The local group Is planning District IV meeting of the Florida 964-5764
Association which met Thursday. picture. Mrs. Maxine Gibson Lucile Johns attended Cost Contain- future trips and outings. Retired Educators! Association.
May 20 at the Western. Steer Steak, showed a dimensional picture done In' ment classes which were concerned
House, metal and Miss Kathryne Epperson :with high medical costs as well as ris- New- officers elected for 1983-85
explained how to make an eight point ing costs of other necessities. ,.wereii, Mrs. Muriel Norman, presi,
,'. The head table was decorated with cross stitch pillow! President Norman is concernedwith dent;".Mrs. Minnie B. Waters, vice-
mugs of pansies grown by President. President Norman. presided and membership as the group have president; Mrs Millie Hardin, recor- SNAPPER.THE RIDER
Muriel and Russell Norman. heard reports from four memberswho many retired teachers In Bradfordand ding secretary; Mrs. Doris Richard,
The program was a Show and Tell -attended the Leadership Con- Union Counties who are not corresponding secretary; Miss Mary
using the members and their crafts.' ference in Gainesville. Mona Canova members of the organization. National j i.Faulkner,treasurer. FALL SEASONS.Sometimes
,.,;;Mrs. Thelma Jennings displayed two reported on Community Service and Retired Teachers Association Arrangements were made for a .
I framed acrylic paintings, Mrs. urged members to volunteer in the members enjoy benefits such as .meeting on Thursday,May 27 to begin '
Lucille Johns! showed two ceramic community and to begin keeping reduced rates at some motels, information planning for the new year which will it s a lawn mower are a rear-mounted grass catch'
,pieces, Mrs.,Ruth Jenkins had made aIt's record. of the time spent in volunteer about trips, reduced cost of begin! / In September, sometimes It'S not SNAPPER er a twin-bag catcher and a
,.'iWi .Hi Vac' rider changes with tralhno,30busheIBagN.Wagon.r .
the seasons.. Come fall,it's a powerful
TimeMiss i 1 I In thespring vacuum machmepicking up

Party Awry and Mrs. Wallace. guests between the hours 7 and 9pm. Thursday evening May 19, Miss -, 4J.11>1. life .It'S, a similar leaves lawn pine debris.straw twigs and,
The hostesses presented the' The gift table was centered with a I Chappell was honored at a lingerie saver
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honoree with the platter of her chosen white eyelet parasol. The refreshment shower given by Mrs. Tommy Parker. .,,t.. coming of winter.Thanks hibernate in
the rescue to an optional,
Jackie Mercado China pattern a memento of the oc- table was covered with a whiM, ta at her home on U.S. 301 S. i front.
harmful mounted
casion. Rose also lace cloth and centered with a pink your lawn by rempving ,two-stage snow-
corsages were givento : :
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Miss Mercado. ,.Mrs.,Mercado, and and red rose arrangement with. a can' ff/ T'hes14 I front-mounted for
guests played appropriate Thatchenzer blade
Miss Jackie Mercado, whose mar.ofaMay Mrs. Herres. die lathe middle
and were awarded. In the summer it's the ultimate light dozing or snow removal
prizes
be an event games
Invited to call between the hours 4 Corsageswere' presented to the
28. wasehonorewill at a bridal .and S:30 pm. were 125 guests including honoree her mother Mrs. Miriam r\ofil.J"r grass cutter with the See your SNAPPER dealer.
powerful l Hi-Vac system that today for the versatile.all
shower Saturday afternoon at.the. Mra. Victor Mercado mother ChappaU and mother of the prospec- q1' "
Stump home on Bessent Road. of the, honoree,. daughter, BettinaMercado tive groom, Mrs. Veto Dlcandio Jr. J; A pink and white color motif was cut.sets Optional up grass for bag a attachments smooth.even 'rider season
Mrs. RM, Autry,: Maritza Miss Chappell also two
.Hostesses were Mrs. Dornate was given carried out in the refreshment table
mrs. W.H. Edwards Mrs., H LI Gay;, 'sister 'and Miss Marlon Rivera crystal cake plates from her decorations. Centering the table was t
Mrs. L.V, Hardin, Mrs. B.C. Hotaen: 'cousin of the bride-elect, all of Puerto hostesses as a memento'of the occa- |. a ."Adopt-A-Doli" which was later ,SIIAPP II.IDlacowerTMDiffeNnc.
dorf.' Mrs. D.H. Montgomery, Mrs Rico, and .Elaine Waples'of.. .I ri'\'' I presented to the honoree as a memento -
M.H! Sanders. Jto. Cynthia SchmItt, Gainesville.Brkfot ',. of the occasion. *
MUM Lillian Stump,Mrs;W.H.Thorn* --
lIOn Mrs. Maria;Wallace "and Mrs.LlIaHaeYawn. .. 1i enA.'''q.\'rY' n\
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Guests were greeted at the door try; for Lorrto Choepoll 1
and Mrs., Leonarcchlofnaan"is ;
vMlss Stump, Mrs. Thomson ', Dr.
'John Griffin and then directed to the :M1.Lorrle ChappaU, July 2 bride ,; 4 jM
gift room where Mrs. Yawn, Mrs., ,elect, ws honored at two bridal parties pleased toainnounce
Sanders and Miss Janet.Montgomery. l Ip the test week. ''J1 ', a
presided.. .'On Tuesday,evening..May 17. 'a" "
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The tea table in the dining room bridal shower; w.i. given-for,t iw j' '. the. .;; .
7' :was covered with an imported linen Chawed by Nr .... O Smith and Mrs.' .I. : II.. :,, "Kevin, McAitltffe y'ire'kls
,and lace cloth and centered with ani Marcus Norman at .the. home. .of the ,. MD.Ophtlialnielogist .
i arrangement of roses ,in shades of .)latter. on SR-1SE.: : S
:pink:" Serving were Mrs., Edwards Games'..with .prizes, and ( i i1i
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v I Davis Starke. Maternal grandparents are
Sihoolmalt In Jacksonville In the-10'. who gathered al the Jim Faulkner roach I Joe Morrh,Gem Parks Croft Orson Croft George w-'Iand:' Albert ; Minnesota.'a.; Mrs and Mrs. Vernon ...... pr '
residence northwest of Starke are ll-r: Brnlley. ,, T. of Lav'tey. ;
Kneeling Margaret Morris Fred Morris. Frankie White Thomsen.;June I".r"'j, ,
Knight Lee, Alice Turknetl. Norris Turknell. Calvin Smith and Opal .Boone Back row Billy Wells iMnnlt Patrick,J.W::(Buddy Mclnarny,Gertrude
Smith. Mclnarny Ix-nton. Joy flicks Faulkner Harry Faulkner, Mrs. Susie Wells,
Front row, standing: Lauerne Patrick, Jim Faulkner Loreda Peterson mother of Billy Wells and Joy Wells Taylor Joy Wells Taylor Gloria 'Michelle i;
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Wells.Joan Sells, Muriel Mclnarny. Mrs Annette C.Marco Penan,teacher: Maulers. Leonard Masters, Gertrude O'Grady Jarrett. Effle Warren Cone, Nlcbole ,
Benny Moore, Peggy Moore, Jane Ross Mci.aln, Aline Martinet, Harold Albert Leo, KuHeJ. e/Feiez.iElroy; (Bucky) Perez. ,Bob.Thomslal George Tony 3 1
:!Martinex. Mrs... Marian Anderson Ur. Cyrus R. Anderson, principal and Massey./ and"Jean-, Morris.'.. .. ., .*.. ,?,< : ." 1'; *, !,": I. born birth of Mr. and the Mrs.birth Teddy of Key daughter.of Starke.

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Maternal grandparents are Mr.mot
"Wesconnett 40's" held their all who wish to attend who lived in from Roanoke, Va., or Savanah, N.C. many pleasant memories. 'hilcox Robert Alonao of Tampa. Pater
second reunion. on Saturday, May 13 Wesconnett during those years,There and one lovely lady flew from Mission Some of the teachers who were at bia. grandparents are Mrs. Ines West
at the home of Jim and Grace were a good number who started Viego, CA.They all sat around gettingto .the reunion were Mrs. Hugh Mrs Nichols, and Tampa and Mr. and Mrs1.Ted Key
Faulkner on NW 65th Avenue, Brad school together in 1932 at Wesconnett know one another again for some Mrs. Sue Watts Griffen, AnnetteC. Grove, Stanton, Calif Great grandparents
ford County. School 57, and wnet there for nine had not seen each other for 40 years. Marco, Penan and Mrs. Maureen parents Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Albritton W
The Wesconnett 40's are a group of years, more or less. They prepared a covered dish dinner Paul. Mrs. Paul was Is and always Minn. and Mr. and Mrs, Ted Key el
people who grew up In the community' This group of folks meant a lot to of many wonderful dishes:topped off will be one of the finest teachers Grove, Ariz.
of Wesconnett, a community in each others as they grew up together. with plenty of strawberry shortcake. Florida ever had.She taught here in ,
Southwest Jacksonville, during the1930's very few had much to spare but they One of the greatest memory periods Bradford One County member for of a the number 1941 class of Did You Know..........:
and 1940's and had their first all grew up having a fine time focuses around a fine gentlemen years.
reunion last June 12 also at the together. Their good times were at known to all as Mr. Cyrus E. Ander- has been teaching here In Bradford
Faulkners. It started out to be the reunion ball games or at one of three creek son. He came to the school in 1939 and County for a number of years and Mrs. Mildred Hitchcock attended Mrs. Ruth Johnson of Huntsvill,
of Wesconnett Junior High swimming holes. Many parties were was there until 1942 when he left for lives in Lawtey, her name is Thelma the Philadelphia General Hospital Ala. is visiting Mr and Mrs. Ernest
School classes of 1940, 41 and 42, held in homes on Friday or Saturday Navy duty. He was school principle, Moneyham ,Knight. Many of the 40th reunion on May 9,after which she Phillips Mi1, and Mrs. Albert Le
however, as they began getting the night and they made Sunday night coach, friend and father to all. He Wesconnett folks are in or around spent 12 days visiting friends in the Crosby lIr. and friends, hers, this
word around they found that it wouldbe youth and church an enjoyable part of made his mark on all their lives and Bradford County now. area.wen. ,
r better for the group to make it a their lives. was loved by all. He and his wife have Plans were discussed .for another '

community affair Now they include Some who came had a long drive, made both reunions and have brought reunion next year, r Jacque Ine; mepcaOoanO '

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I UDC Senior Citizens Club ,Offered by WomonVClub, Club ResultsAt ,

interested In attending We have expeuienceO love'11n OUR ,
LuncheonMeetingWedsnesday The covered dish dinner of May 17 Anyone Duplicate Bridge Tuesday night paREntS OUR families and
was well attended with 30 membersand bridge classes sponsored by the the winners were: first Ida Shaw and Eaten ts, and now A new love in each othen.
June 1 Starke Woman's Club please call Mrs. Myldred Cuttino; second' Evelyn
I two visitors, Antoinette Surrencyand Ida With sinceae joy and fiRm oesine, to: (jIve this love Its Fullest ex-
Mrs. Griffin and
Young, 964-7525 or Margie Thomson third
The W.T. Weeks chapter, UDC, will Laura Lee Wiggens. We are also Betty ;
hold their annual picnic meeting happy to report that the dishes were Shaw;9647152. Bill Sinclair and Arlene Brown tied pcession, we irrvit you to: thane with us the Beamnino of OUR new

I Wednesday June 1 at 11 a.m. at the well filled with delicious food. Old, You Know........... : with Lucile Green and Vernie Odom. life toqethcR on may 28th 1983 at 4:00 p.m. at finst PRESByteRIan
Kingsley Lake home of Mrs. W.B. On Tuesday, May 31, there will boa Visited The club plays every Tuesday night at ChuRCh of: StaRke flowoa and
Mr and Mrs. C.L. Cooper 7:30 the Starke
with Mrs. Charles E. Johns p m.at Woman's Club
Mundy brown bag lunch at noon followed by a Stewart Receptions StaRke Coif: *; Countpy Clus
and Mrs. Guy Sale as co-hostesses. "PIG IN A POKE" auction. All Mr. and Mrs. Marvin' in and bridge. players are invited to-at''
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f Shower Honoree Please put it in a bag or wrap it. All j : : ; ?
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8 Miss Marsha Patray whose marriage this auction will help buy bingo
B to Carl Metzger was an event of prizes. Crowd Pleaseruy
There is no need for Senior Citizensto
May 21, was honored at a bridal
Mrs. Ceceliai be lonely, come make new friends,
shower May 19 given by:
Terwillegar\ Mrs. William Robert you'll probably see a lot of people you
know, and enjoy' the fun and,
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roses in a crystal vase, which was Mr and Mrs. J.D..Warren. ,i ; rlarii ju c ,; a bucket of "finger
later given to the brideelect.The .
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enjoyed games with prizes and Wall....Card Cat...Digital Watchei L
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I _...//yyPlh.rP9ughter;? Banquet May 10 at Pine Level Church Community, News .

'rile: Mothei ",. The recreation- committee of lord Mass Choir, Allen Chapel A.M.E.Church .
Daughter Banquet of lddlda.b.hvt/dtr'oratedwith! 4 the
jPlml\Level whits wipl< (urge! nitnixwtr with.the theme "Somewhere Over The Rainbow",the Choir, and New Hope Baptist
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I Baptist Church was held'inn' 'tablecJ tbai and red and white,floweti!t. tword: >t?"Follow the Rainbow J..1> 'words of which were changed to fit Concerned Citizens of Bradford County Church Choir, Rev. L.W. Mosely,
Tuesday night, May 10, at the arrangements. By each place Setting':F F" \Attar introductions of everyone! prey, the occasion. She was accompaniedon ; inC.JJneets every Monday evening
; tertf, lger-S ik.\: House.,With was nut at 7:30 In the gym. Pastor. i{
ap a decorated with Alvfcrea,
cup a paperrainbow' sent, Pastor and Mrs. Roman the piano by
t t .. Raymond Moody Dinners will be sold Saturday at the
'EWe & Theme and Ali parents are asked to attend the
e eh/tgw cloud'made of'cotton. entertained with comical
: ibol1 the group a ,
1 J 4 Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E Church
/ 'I with''devotional ,
; The to make for
'' Rain. Favors. at each place were pot IICru skit about "spreading some love..fMu' ; ? evening was closed out a meetings plans purchasing ,i I''
J bow 'ti beginning at'11:3O.: ::0
uniforms '
f ,1 T berg,which made nCpresented. by Mrs. Raymond Moody for the children.
r were by several of Doug ,(iCharlene) Ma > All members are asked to please
'. 'entitled "God's Promise'- A Rain'bow" ; The help of everyone IH needed.
I the ladies, from rainbow colors bf nett .' wo solo .arrangements'Eve'ytitnti -
the) .
with this activity.
program began with dinner-. ." }ting.! The' head labW, ) wad decorated,, : ) ,' :see. AI Jl"lnbo\v' anCl' ]I ... I, '1.1 'jSrw'liopftKttptiKl Church cooper.The public is Invited to attend.

t {: '.. !WI,; :, "' -" ," \ I.. .I. There Will be a Spring Musical at 3p.'mf The missionaries'will observe
I t. .. \ ,;., ." ,, : 'I :" ., 'with"' special guests 'the "Sarah J. Morris Day;" Sunday, at 11 I
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,I \ .$n 'EdyyarrdsChurch, News ; .1 ;t ."' .,' ,:,.j" ".,. ,1-\, \" Gainesville Male Chorus and Brad- a.m. All members are Invited. I

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: 'f//i'/Johf Pollard( :, i lulliwlral' pastor and'a former St. Ect'ward's ''Ann iQngcaa, Mary Humphries, Kay;V :elected UM following to'serve''a two ,: :" : Hampton Hilites j
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i ':c rdald.May; '2A1 pastor, and parish priests. -\,. Kiuhards. and Dolores Meng.' '\\1:' year term on the Parish Council:,
1"1' Following the ceremony a reception.// '., F.ther.r.r, l Pollard.will" be', Debbie Connaughton, Ed: Fanton,.
iaturclay:; ,," : luncheon was held at the Knights of remembered ;as having 'been. Allen Jones,. Bill Marchese and Una' .'' '" by Dolores Meng following one weeks convalescence at
bat ; May *<. John, L.. Columbus hall In St. Augustine. employed at the WPXE! radio station Nolan phone 46H-1913! home.

h. (w.J10n. :..w.. ."rdalned'to the Among those attending the Ordination and as a former St. Edward's, Birthdays
nia at the Basilica Cathedralr"'loI ceremonies were St. Edward'sparishioners : to At a meeting of the Council held on May 6: Tammy Peeples 'was 14;
parishioner prior entering the Jody to PerformIn
S Augustine Ordination' con- May 17 and presided over by the 9 Jason Watson May
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Nashville May : was eight;
(seminary. -
by Bishop John J. Snyder at a Dazlnksi, Mr. and Mrs. Jose Santos New Members Elected ';-11'' chairman, Bill Marchese, the new 10: Allison Archey was 11, Jeannie
Mass concelebrated by Bishop Mrs. ,: Constitution and by-laws were approved and Harold Mitchellwas
Barbara, Anderson and To Parish Council Jody Wadnworlh Is looking forward Hodge was 13
with Msgr Harold Jordan,the daughters, Anne and Donna Samons, St. Edward's: parishioners\ recently.Cimrcfj i by members attending. to June 1 when he plans to fly to 14; May 12: Patrick Shannon was

.. ,. IJ Nashville. He will be playing his seven; May 13: Frank Williams was
(/ First Assembly of God .r guitar with the Shot Jackson group eight and Vicki Powell celebrated;
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iy May 14: Melissa Byrd was 10 and C.K.
y Welcomes Visitors The Fanfare festivities are to be held
!{ ,. B"t: ;.1 Revival ContinuesAt .at the Hall of Fame in Nashville. Fuqua was six; May 15: Jose Cardin Aviles
i was seven and Stephanie was
( &\t.j. ;.,;. The First Assembly of God, Hwy. 16 jebis. Church of Christ Visitors eight; May 16: Dean Padgett was 15;
f lei Randy Parado and Kenny Novak
>i and Weldon St., welcomes theI May 20: Regina Padgett was nine and
,.., left Wednesday for New York following -
I Winston Miller family this Sunday, The revival which began at the Chris Brown was seven; May 23: San-
several days visit with relatives
May 29, at 7
t p.m. l'. Church of Christ in Starke on May 25 and friends here. dy Friese was 13.

[ -II-it Vy; .' t Call 986971. for.more. information. will continue through Sunday, May 29. Gerald Meng has returned to Soda

I V Services are being held each even- Springs. California, following two

I I <,,;; Did' YOU. KnOW............. 'rom page IA) Church to Honor .':?. Ing at 7:30: p.m. during the remainderof weeks visit with relatives and friends -- -
ein9 t.. this week. Sunday services will ,in the area.
; Pastor David Hodg s begin with Sunday school at 10 a.m.' Mrs. Beverly Wanner and Jeffrey ,
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Janet Turner, as guest of her and worship at 11 a.m. and 7:30: p.m. are back In Orlando after visiting -
\0, ', daughter, Kay' 'Turner, and Mrs. daughter, Mrs: Dale Wilcox In Fer- The Pine Valley Congregational Evangelist Kerry Cain of Lake City relatives and friends here recently. -

t Claire Howard and Judy.Powell at- nandina Beach on Saturday. 'Holiness Church invites you to our is doing the preaching. Congrega- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meng spent the ..:: I, 6.==.: .
-. tended the fashion show and luncheonat tional singing is being led by Charles
Pastor
'Appreciation Day, May 29, weekend with their son and family, the
Mrs. Emma Tanner and Mrs. Lyda Among many things
Club Continental Saturday also Rasnick and Davis. :
honoring the pastor, David Hodges Johnny Everyoneis Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meng, Dana and
that have been manufactured
visited her mother Mrs. Alice Brown of Baldwin were last Thursday -
Barron and family. cordially invited to attend these. Michael, in St. Pete.
in Orange Park. visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert to coddle the owners -
services.
Please join us in showing our Recuperating
I Green and Mrs. J.H. Fields. appreciation of pall are a pair of
to him for his devoted ser- Lynn Hall returned home last week doggie IUngla..es-lllo
: Mr. and Mrs; Harold' Branham and doggie
vice to our church. after surgery at Alachua General .
family of Chipley spent the weekend Phillip and Shan Johns have bought pajamas.FULL
2U' Sunday School begins at 10 a.m.. Hospital.
with Mr. and Mrs. CL. Cooper. and are moving Into the Jeff Harris Morning worship Is at 11 a.m. Tochar CHt. Coffa*cup. James Nessmlth re-entered

home on NE 6th Street, Country Club Dinner on the grounds and an afternoon Small Ceramic Jewelry..... Alachua General Hospital on Monday GOSPEL
Estates this week from Lake.
.Sharp Pocket. Calculator.W.M+ Crystal of fellowship and singing will Caff*Cup. Plaqua. COMMUNITY CENTER
I ,; Hallmark Graduation Card follow. The church is located U.S. All About tha Croat Teacher
*' Ms. Lillian L. Norman of Starke has Vou Have Had .HMd'iiiiartif'i. .HMVM
AF Garment lag, Quarts Travel)Clack 301N on the dirt road by the Bradford
,!5 .. And Trav.l Iron..10" OH been elected to membership in the Furniture Company. Everyone. is THE OFFICE SHOP Dial-A-Prayer 'Salvation Makes You A Member

r- Whan. You Say You Saw It American Society of Notaries, a national welcome. 110W. Call Str..tPentecostal 964-4712 'Sunday School. ... "" .10
In Th.Mull.Wrapper nonprofit organization of per- Mating. w.......,. .11
sons.who hold the office of notary For Spiritual Uplifting Sunday WiM .. . . . .1:30:
1 Mr". and Mrs. Wallace McNelley public.: Ms. Norman works at the Duplicate Bridge Club results May 7 .Apostolic I Tuesday Night. .7:30 ftWjy Might. .7:30:
and sons/ Nicky and David spent the University of Florida in the Fiscal 17 were: tied for first were Bill *!!' Sabbath Assembly Located nit to Bratfhtnl IMM

weekend at Cocoa Beach. and Administrative section. Her position Sinclair and Arlene Brown and Ida _...
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\ Is Fiscal Assistant I in the Shaw and Myldred Cuttino; tieing ror:1t.; SERVICES: 10:00: am Saturday r rat -" -' '
second .were: Jack and Louise -------1
Mrs. Elizabeth Stalnaker Department of Surgery
; Guy '
and daughter Penny and Mrs.son J.G. Burnette" and Dolly Kunig and Violet. ( 7:30 pm Tuesday Kingsley Lake
I Jackson were in Chattanooga Tenn. Three'' residents of Starke were Crosby. County Road 230A Starke

I Saturday. to Tuesday to attend the among more than 380 graduating Phone 473-2442 "Where everybody Is somebody and Jesus Christ Lord" I
I. graduation of Mrs. Stalnaker's son-in- students. of the University of North STARKE
-" law Clifford Johnson from Tennessee, Florida who participated in Spring CHURCH OF GOD A.5mw c.Iot,Pas" MWefcWM

Temple with a .master of divinity commencement exercises which con- Sunday Services: ;
degree. cluded the University's 10th anniver- 422 N. St. Clair 94-5445 10:00 am Sunday School u ,

sary celebration on Saturday May 7. Walter' F, Monti, Pastor FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 11:00 am Morning Worship

Mrs. Jimmy Clements and children Representing Starke for the graduation 'We invite to with Hwy 18 W. A WtMon 964-6971 6:30 pm Church Training 1
of Sanford spent the first of the week program were Carlos A. Her- you worship us. Pastor George Watson and I 7:30: pm Evening Worship
with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie: Douglas. 'nandez, Parecia S. Johns. and Dianne Attended Nursvry The Congregation Invite You to I
Wednesday
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Shaving Kit. Co*foe Cups The Vocational Center will. be offering courses this summer with courses being offered from July 5 I
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THE OFFICI SHOP and credit will be awarded'on' the basis of 60 passing hours' being equal to i credit by -

C' 110 W. Call Street I taking additional hours In evening school next year.Alt students must be 16 years of age.before for ,
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were .I honored during the 1984 Spring Sports Most Outstanding.Craig Sapp Most Outstanding ('Hawkins
Banquet at the Starke Country Club Most Impoved-Tommy Crosby Most Improved-Michelle Klmutls\

Monday' night' May' 23. Sportsmanship-Pant,t. Boo" ,well

,S I Awards'such as mini outstanding Girls tennis'Most The track'"team:,Oloished the
season with two relay teams and Pam'Hawkins
Roberts
player, most Improved'player and Outstanding-Faith.
(In threq events It
most valuable In and Cheryl Foster making
player were given
lo state. At the' meet Hawkins best
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four different sports. The awards Improved-Lori
'performance was a third in the
place
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were given In tennis baseball, track
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girls Softball.A Boys tennis team ended'with an 5-7 team set a new school record at the
season mark and the girls only had meet.
speaker was not engaged for the one defeat during the season Roberts .Two senior Dawn Hall' 'and Sylvia
event.' Starke surveyor Pat Welch and Foster were both named most Hollis were given! 'trophies.
started the awards ceremonie by in- outstanding because of their Identical tw'y'
trouclng BHS Athletic Director David records and equal l good performance, Girls Softball.
Hurse. Hurse In turned let the according to McGriff. Most Valuable-
coaches of the four events present the Highest batting- v ,
1. awards and trophies to seniors. Most Runs-Kathy Diggs
Baseball
Best Pitcher-Jimmy Schoening Most RBI's- '
Coaches in the events are Tennis-. Hustle Award-Robert Carver Most Improved-Vonda Hall''
Jerry McGriff; Bateball-Mike Chaff _
Most Valuable-Andy
Hartley; Truck-George Loper Girls i ,
oftball-Gail Lee. SportsmanshipMichelleRed- t

The baseball team'ended the year, dish ;. '
Kathy Diggs had her hands full with a 10-13 mark, but most of the
after the banquet after receiving four players will be returning next year. Girls Softball. team ended the year .,
trophies and plaques for girls Softball John Bennett was the only senior on with a 17 9 record. .
Diggs was awarded the most valuable the 18 man squad this season. Bennett Diggs was named to the all state

tf, player, best hitter, and most runs left his mark with four homeruns during girls Softball team. Her batting --............. .. ,. ..
,' award.She was also the only senior In the year. average for the year was! .511./ "

o the group and all seniors received 15 of the 18 players lettered. Of More PicturesOn Baseball Award Winners.....
trophies those IS,all played 35 innings or more
during the season, .according to Pages 9 and 10 These four received awards for their performances In Shoenlng. Andy Chaff, Robert .Carver.and John Bennett -
Awards were given as follows: Hartley. baseball t season.They are from left to right-Jimmy .

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.. i>&J Country''keys'rolled 10-3 over SALE DURING OUR STQREWIDE -

,, Athletics number Monday one team night Lockeroom to give the t/ SUMMER SAVINGS SALE NOW THRU 'j'l1
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fight mens for open the top position.But THIS SATURDAY.\ MAY 28ttL !" .

two week ago Lockeroom em- .
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b record. Both teams have two losses on SPRAY ._
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losses was from a forfeit Y-0z.2TTrES
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Homed * team mid the girls ull-arcu tmltball KiilniKoniltr, 'wax named to ( Dugs \'vt's' noted (ter. fair 521 P71 1 e.
team by the Gainesville Suri. xiiml toiiin. with his 4.4 ,('' ( ineludink<< ql I'' "u'\' .J\I t \ IUSI'll :, ;.) ,
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team for l14.nballlllld Iwo hoya were ('udllll'Tonuidocs lUll 1-Ovun" Myra't Hall pliiyed' ) iitH'iindl' ll lh4"iknl hit /
named to the first and xcuoiui all'ureu games. Din record includes 4H hiutiu! r\lI1I1"III"n' wllty'w" KIU'H: i.. ,..t yMMgMt' rl 1.
1"lIm. OIIIH in 41 liming unit has a':3.o ( a hutting'I1vejragtl| of ;4!%,
Andy Chaff.wan runnel in the first' Jimmy Shitenintf ('(', Cummings played third,btiSo. She ',, tat,
all-area learn Chuff hud .u bulling noted' fur u ,,4'J5 but).liiu avcruge1' '
average o{ .284 and I k>d Tornadoes' honorable m"lIll11l1l'rOIl1 the :m I Itlir, She also,hit Two home

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Three Starko youth softball! trans part in the tournament u.m. against the' ixx+team' : If they
are going to participate in a tournament win the next game will be 'at 12:20 .

in Moultrie Ga. this. weekend Stars begin play Friday night at t p.m., if loose will play, At 2::3d p.m, .... -;.."". Sn-wa :.,.a.lAras+1..:, "." ''v.fWJ.' '!', .i.m.Jo.;; "..w."". 'if.. '.. .. ...., ". .. w. .,
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The Starke Stars ((18 and under If the Stars win they will play at 1:2.1 12:20 against the winner of the Tifton- Track Award
Winners.
boys), Junior Stars (115 and under p.m. Saturday If they loose will playat Tallahassee game. If the Starettes .... I
I boys) and Starettes ((15 and under 5:40: p.m.. win they will play at 5:40: Sat.; if they Winner of track awards are from left to rightBrad and Curtis Jones All of the shove except Klmuli were
girls) will be leaving Friday to take Jr. Stars begin Satuday at 10:05 loose will play at 6:50. Itunsell. Michelle Klmutli Eric Lane. Pam Hawkins Involved In state competition


Northside



Takes Lead


Northside Baptist has taken the
lead in standings in division A of the LARGE BUNCHFRESH
mens church softball league in Starke
with an 8-2 record. Presbyterian leads
division B with a 9-2 record. '
In division A Kingsley Lake Baptist
is In second place with a 7.2 record li
and First Baptist is in third with a 6-4 'Pilde .
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bio. E.... 4...-. wllh a doubla and trlpta Caln*. Elastic Diapers s;. 6". Nestle Morsels .. .,M 18as99 o Mu noms;, .. '.TMy *1 t. Generic Peanuts .f ,= *1'.. ,
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David rhl...... will. .hmrunPr '
.....*$.. 'I..ding httMrniOuady Palonon and OR CHUNK V MI> eO f* UITL! BEER ;
lorry grown 2 lor.3. .

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Ml 141 It GENERICe 'PACtIIa- ,TOFT .. PRETTY 8AV.3O' MOTTB "\'TXAVBOO:' \ ,
.. HAIL POLISH [ ::: 4// 9 13' CELLA =ul 1.5 tJTER
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ill ON I Ja. APPLE
P n *yto>toi, h.41-1 liHMnUocliuu, ]fe,.4 with o REMOVER> 349'' TISSUE 9.9 ii i LAMBRU8CO $,8 9' .
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River .WILL NOT BE ISSUED AFTER JUNH, .18th.. ,Paper Napkins tr3l2i !: y
FishingIs Y' '
Improving (ONLY 24 MORE ,DAYS) ;$ 'f.., i&rvfrS?; : : .* WlskDelrWgeirt 1D '" !ar' : .l s. SJiS&'SKf--'' / -, ':.,A 'r.J tt, ..i .

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REDEEM OR PURCHASE YOUR- .aWI** Santa Fe and Suwannee Rivers are o ; >wG.i o'J.
beginning to offer excellent fishingfor COOKW'ARE'THRU' JULY y AlmadenWJfvo' 64* .
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The fish have been feeding on newly .
I flooded land which offers an abun- 1 9 iNll a )i 4 l / FfAb 'Hx1 'I
dant food supply and of course the filar
abundant food supply means the fish TOM'S. GREAT AMERX7AN. .j
are fat and healthy," commented POTATOCHIPS
Krummrich. In addition to the redbreast C
Q 'l laox. ,r !Il
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and Suwannee bs, 'good It I A. ,gi.LQ YELLO, FEtF.C, 1; '
numbers of stumpknockera are being r -----.o., .o o ia (MONEY i i: e, r-
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Bradford After 11 IIUt'N..fullllrilll( practice, ball/ well exi-l-pl I Ii.,. I Inpilehes" iin'lpfiHMMK 'IVITUll (IICUJM! >j.Hill'| 'TI. .././. (tf'ir. 1
,IMS "tested llit(li varsity hail hulh'rs will ," hays Iliirsi l..).lh li-iirns in lh! V;>IM| and j I I'r'; ,
Friday niul'l.' May :27 in n Wing' hunk lirml KussHI" hits lining a' gang,:," ryirrlnl: ,rltad, ricf"';i.1.(,. lint'
spring jiimlMirii' in I'alalkti.' gNxl"! job, iueordifi: ( lit llursii- "I hi Is "couch: .Miki Sl.'Xton. "tae )ir"' ,"./.11) ,. 1 iJ
Hnuironl'H first i>ni!quarter conies! right when hi needs' In nil;. Hi got making some ,.rrIi'j\! \;.',\ ''
will IK
1IJ.l1ill"II'all1lkl1( in Urn secondqiinrlir behind, I lie. "secnmkiry "several, times Sexton was irnprussi:'! with, \Ji'-i i" ;,"-i/
Hi the Kurd quarter HIIS will and wus iiMtri| 'but thii, bull wus under Early ut linebacker, Don "'Ifi'.rnt'.ri" M
play Inlerlac-tien. !thrown." 'Tommy Johnson '.
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I'ululku will kick to HI IS and KItS Kicking specialist John David Whitehead at defensive' ta :kles 'lur I:
will have lit kick against( Inlerlachrn." Francis wasalsomenlion by Nurse us Inll the uame. ,
'liilcrlachen und St. Augustine( play doing a Hood job. punting/ during the "Our biggest/ weakness dcfcnsivi .'1
in the
st. first quarter then Pululka und scrimmuge., end has been the lack of CXCX.TK.TI'/ :':, l
r 'l-ust Augustine play in thu fourth. "I 1 wus pleased that everyone had yet Nome of the younger'pia'y'ers' are !
I N'i Friday night the Tornadoes, un opportunity to ray, in the scrim- dnini real well,!' t fc'.mmtnttd Sexton." ,
played un Intur-KquuiJ HcrlmmuKo mui4 und our /goal night will Three that Sexton 'mentioned. worm! .
+ Y Karoo."I wall pretty well pleased with be to play as many possible./ Evenif Mike Chappcll/ Hichard f.'roshy, and j
the offense in the St-urlut and Grey we loose. a quarter I think it will Lonnie Hamilton./ [ think arm .
game. Eric l Lane did a real fine thny
job help our moral I..t. liaYllllurse. going to make
us Some !(""'J 'ballplayers '
David commented Hurse.Head BUS football Couch Ninth graders that received men it's just |going$ { to 'take a hll)!JI: t
"I was alHO pleased lion wure-Tommy Parker Clinton lime."
with the running of Barry Warren. Jenkins 4
!, Grey Jackson Lonnie Listed arc defensives 'lineman "for
J ,n. Those two in particular stood out dur Hamilton, Frank Long, Bret Russell, the Tornadoes;
Slips around the line...,. ing Hurse the scrimmage" says llurse. Danny Manning, Mike Chapped, Defensive tucklc-Tornmy. Johnson"
said that problems with the Shaun Jackson Robert Jones Keith Donald Thornton, Jarnie WI.hl1."
Kunning buck Hurry Wnrrrn breaks loose fora .. wide game whould work themselves Kfhone, and Keith Gillingham. Alan Stokes
r substantial| | gain durln[ the scarlet Friday. a( HIM utiidlum out "1 ; Tommy Parker Timrny
and grey gain last thought Carver handled the "I'm pretty well, pleased with the Dunning and Mark.Ltavi.s. I-ToNiiMc

.. starters will be Thornton" and
: Whitehead.

,., .'.....'. \ Inside llnebuckrrsiBilJy: ti'Mii-.ril!
'I Craig Falstreaux
; Danny Manning.!
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:.:., ; Billy Roberson and Clinton Jenkins
Probable
starters will be /KchUTii!
___ and Falstreaux.Sam .
Hnebucki-rMithael-: >
SMOKED Barry Warren and Billy Koherson.
[ Probable starter will) be Early

Ends-Mike Chappell, Richard,
Crosby, Lonnie Hamilton and /Robert
Locke. Chappell and Crosby will probably

Pride "They start.have all been working
HAMS
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hard commented Sexton.
Indications are that Robert Carver
BONUS will mostly be playing offense which
BUY moved Tony Davis to the number one
SHANK: PORTION spot at monster. Russell also plays on
LB both offense and defense but will hold
down the corner position. "All threeof
SAVE. 4O PER LB BOTT PORTION PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS.. MAY those players did a good job in thr
La 89oC' 26 THRU WED., JUNE 1. '1883. scrimmage," says' defensive back
coach Mike Hartley.
"We are looking forward to the
Bonus BOnU$ BONUS Bonus jamboree to see how they react: to
BUY dut BUY BUY other teams" commented Hartley
"Throughout the scrimmage the
red (number 1) team moved the ball
offensively very well but the white
KNEIPSCORNED team was inconsistent." according to t
offensive line coach Dick Russell.
Injuries have affected the offensive
BEEFBRISKET line some but Russell said everyone
should be back for next year. "We are
getting mentally tough. I wish we
were there now, says Russell.




5 LB AVG. PKG. 3 LB AVG. PKG. PER POUND BAKE OR BOIL P.G.'s BeatNormans






9 9; _$139 Ii: $1' II. $149 Take Lead,




.,,. ;;. :.. B .; 1Y.iII'O' &. 1I..c...... .\ 17VE,8r) 1PER'L women.P.G.'s slipped, fnto.'t'Ki'j'ea'dof i : '; the _
PSlfi Softball league after week's 1 '
Ol&V.. Now fho P.n.'. have a t\'n arm***
-. -- lead over Normans. P.G. :
have a 12-1
CHECK CHECK i i CHECK CHICK! record and Normans dropped a
IIAVI! game
COMPARE .. TtEBP CE8> PEALB COMPARE .THEBC.-ES. SAV. COMPARE. I... PRICES THEse COMPARE, 'THESE PRICES! to Cubbettes P.G.'s to fall to a 10-1 record.
are holding third place

>NECK_E&; PK TAILS, PORK EARS.HOa mjkBH rnc-vcEN.! CELLO MpTM TOMKEY BKINLEOa' with a 9-4 record and the Rebels are

MAWS, BACK BONE OR Perch Fillets .. IB *la" Turkey Franks .-. ':'::..89.Lemonade :':': 69 Dazzlers right behind and Rowdies with an 8-3 record
tied
,;PJgFeet .. 13 u 59 ur : are in (he
OWALTMEY8 standing with 6-6
yEdiE!>aT.TRAY PACK BUCED records.
NEW! 2A1.IWDSF10UtJ7lR Flounder Fillets *.Ma Ham .. ss slag PANTRV PRIDE
,Lamb Chops, '. LB S439 i 'UI. '.Turkey Veg. Oil Spread. .o' 79"3
seA H* vEST.EAT AL AaeotTTED VAHienea! IUMMA.III
U B.D-A.CHOICE!TWIN PAK $15" Breaded Shrimp .. o $1" Lunch Meats AS: *V o PANTRY Cottage PRIDE: Cheese + $-|
p
? Chuck Steaks .. La ,...d., May..
IIIeACON UCIHT,NEAT tLP31VE MEAT OR BEEF ,
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SO SUC ED CHEESE FOOD
..,S.D.A--CHOCC. DONE. $1'8 Fried Fish Cakes :.:: *19M Sliced Bologna ::wo 51 Kraft ..-.. ... ..... $180 Cv _. ... ... J II
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California Roast IB BUNNVLAIIDHOT. -.0. C.e.//. ill no o it
'TH! MEAT FREEZER CASE MILD OR BEEP WHOLE MILK CubbM,.. M..dinhit.Wy11an., 2/or. Judy
CaUfomia Steaks!IM $1" WHOUi Flounder DnEBOED or Croakers SI Smoked Sausage A:wa $>|60 AxelrodsMOZVMUA .ii'S $"l tti9 right, .....<4 till). Mos :3-lor 4 gr.ndo Ma 3 '0' <
u with two d...'., Conn,. Brown 3 lor 4 '..nd. '.tI.,,
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BOILED
Monday May 23

pa.:. .30 30 \12pIM
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99 w? 79L'ii.
@ COFFEE .549 r.l Oil Oil 00 7
MIX *.O/. taking h''.....,'...... (on 3 lor 9 Vonda
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( Fk MEOULAM OP)LEMON I EVERVONES FAVORITE ) -...-. ram.......... Coy J,tinan Wik.n
pAN'fIIIV PRiOE FIJMa7DIDO OR'' MANAMA.COCONUT' ...CHOC (11II".1". ,. k w 69* OROIIS. 6/8 5t 'Ml:3 lor'.
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County ., '.'" "')1'' '.. ..: I .U 10' to Ln ,II 00 Ili. "

certificates will be sold on the following described landto .,' / ..i., SI. .5w r wAlrO
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same together with all costs of such sale and all ,5 : ; + ,yA0 1 cc.-a00-2 i-isCCP -i---; AUSTIN 110110 5 .,"l". "-;.n..4

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I. WARREN L. SHAVEN
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cr. If .. U. c. ""' e" '. I. : I. : : : ty In Bradford County ATTORNEYS FOR. HUS EMPLOYMENT SECURITY
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:-la'-: ;iC ;a.50 i t t(74.001 : Commencing at tho oi Judgement. may. .... BREEPING. SERVICES
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((. )I7f 31 JCPSaCS' a '$1I.lean Soulheait corn.r of the entered against you for W.N. AVERA; and.,,J.L,

11.14 I II CI Ill I. IIII above named forty acre.and the) relief demanded hi CARTER,

I. IS S/PP1ca ScSISIM0.0I ___..J. ; : running 210 feet the complaint or. peti Defendants;

al 75 U IMICI P/IIaCS .....n \ north to a point of beginning tion.
slt, IRI. II 'I' II f t hand NOTICE OF SALE
Thence 'run Weit WITNESS my

.c cS1Il,1 ___ i : .......__ : : : : : 210 feet; thence North and the seal 1. of saidCourt

.ICS.1 al 7. II 1.11 CSIIT'' I Jar ."s-OI 210 feet; thence Eon 210 on the 29th day .of Nolrce II hereby given

_51114(5__ _5.514 IlL 1514_ ; u feet, thence South 210 April A.D. 1983.GILBERT5 thot; pursuant to Final

...11.11.- 1lS It .....". 'c."o P /551111 I 5511.11 feet, to th., point of. BROWN Judgement! of
ee, Sb eto .L ....... 505 cu" y Foreclosure entered In
4 ual I ...... 2 : beginning, being one .A* Clerk of Said Court*'t"> /
;,t::: ::; .L. ".-' -4, '' '',' square, acre, ,,rr>w*,_ ofu.t <'i.-jc, .v.......Moody"TO.I the Af>beveityl4lIn acllo'l? ."7r.dlth'ipi
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t.. .... : ,.,. ....i. .rft As Dpviiy Clerk -n. Im:, h ttl04. ..
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et> .. "" II .'11' .. ". ." ,-':,"'__." ,. : ; 5/09 4mh! .'(26' Bradford County "'
: : : : Mobil.
1(54 IT IS! co Ill SIC LIII I r '. .. : ; 1971 Champion
I PUBLIC NOTICE Florida, ai described. on
I a/a II a .0 'U" M Home. I.D. No. .
5? III 541 5545 tic t : 0419770028. the attached Schedule of
::: : 0. ;
JK / 711' / roe I ) After May 31, 1983, Real' Property at public
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all SS.. 511151 "c 14 C' has been flied against
'....n II 7555 ".5115 'uc. I :1'I: you and you or. required there will ... a S3 per day ea''. to the hlgheit !bidder
ca 11.5 : f: : of storage tee on personal' for cash, at the Main
......-- I __: : :: to serve a copy your
to door the Bradford
belonging of
ICU"c....... s ... pia l.i. written defense...If any' property

:J''-' _I'Jl Ufo J tli,._...__........_...r_........._.__... : : : : : ;; ; :: to It, on th. plaintiff f attorney Mr. Dannie Martin, County Courthouse IP
..".-...-. II II II JOSH ...... III .17." whole name anal Route 1. Storke. which I Ie. Starko. Florida at 12,OT
U' I to n IKNCI Ile II v11111411D addreis IsDUDLEY presently" located at the P.M., Eastern Daylight

-----,e Y .tlC II 11-141 k -- P. HARDY. W.C. Terrell. t..Id...... Time, On the 14th day of

551135-OOS-f CD II ...c..." 1Cf 1IR ...... P.A. Route 1, Bon '6. 10th June 1983.
555 'U' co ee' a Pt 555504t ., ::: : ::: :: ; \{ P.O. Drawer I03Q 1 Avis, oppron.. 2 miles. .GILBERTS BROWN

{/ r Starke. Fl 32091 East of Starke.: CLERK
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...'.I-C..-. II" ii. SIILIAPSN .....,. 0 .11., ((904)) 964-5701 5/19 2tehg 3/26 BY: Boulah Moody'OapulyClerk
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SIP $1 SI1'1 eo 41114 .
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I and file the original, ..
11,1. 5 If IIU. Ia f. ,C IN -
551(5 with the <1rk< of .the

ICU.-._. t."a ... : .. ......, ..f,uT r .121.17. : ;;: ; :: : :: above ityled court on or "NOTICE TO BID OF SCHEDULE PROPERTY '

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III It 51 sPKI b SINS aP III .. ." "before June 24. 1983:1'
m.bliP III III SUP ;: S I : otherwise a lodgement 'The City of Srarke 'Ie I
P/l 1 1 t 5 PARCEL A 3* of
115 fat may ... entered againstyou.rfoi calling for bids to ...roof :
Ph sit
II SIl7 'U' 155 f fI(1
I !: the relief the fir....... ,and other .SW'/ J all that portion of
: the SV of SW'/i' of 52'.
demanded .
--- the com related work In connection
..u- 7f 33 1,0.011 Ja t 11111 / ......, :: : r plaint or petition therewith. Th. bid., (lying West of center line
I,5 .. .. 1S .c ISSU '.'
.ce .. ." .b-- .ocr' WITNESS my hand and will .be opened at 7:00': of Alligator Crook.. ; NW'4of
-__ ;I _... \ he seal' of Mid Court. on P.M.. In 4)) regular City SW'A' and all that part
ICIIN-_' 71 ISIS t PaClLT/ ."..... : : May 2O 1983 Commission of South S oc..... of SWVi
ll11'T.P
.u' .u 4 1 5 54 51511(5C557M000f meeting en of
.. NWV.
GILBERT S. BROWN Juno 7. '1983. Th. bids lying So..thof
II1 ,t 11114 5551 I ....ItIC,5 : : Al Clerk of Said Court' will be read aloud., The the" Wonnoe Bronchi of
II.'..... I II I' K. Ie' '. McRoe the Seaboard Alrlln.
BY Marlon
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: the
/I 5555711 Ct .1-11. 01' i .City reserve right to.
/(1-al : A. Deputy ClertiS264tchgo16, accept or relect eny.or' Railroad LESS AND. EXCEPT .

-"--.... ; ; all beds ,:2 acre; more. or
...141-Cih. 1C n" PM11 IOU!. ICC... > .1..., particularly'
5.1/ 1.II 17 t Bid specifications; \ may
M: : ::: ::. ace e"c : .be obtained at the,City described as beginning

.-. c1 fa1 la II TM 01. I ", Clerk's aHlc.. at a concrete monument.
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NOTICE
--.-. u ... --.I..._ .. : For' the, Storke set 61 the Intersection of
.....c-c_. tats .... 1 f bl.C1T t ...'0 TO REGISTER City CommliBlon, the Westerly right of way'
1571 5-S .55': U P501CM (I .T : FICTITIOUS NAME, line at State Rood 100-A

...."... .1...,. -_. "" } J JI. ."......... "" 'Ie.'''f"JIt. ,... I. .Nell City L. Tucker Clerk and the Southerly' right.

115.(1-//-4 115 It 11555Cl Iul4 5 ..'!o' ." 1175... ( =: : } Pursuant to 5.c'ft'\ S192tchgS26NOTICE' of way line of the Wan-
TNT 'mc 1711: 151/4 1 ; 865.O9. Florida Siatul**,. n.. Branch' of the
SCP PS Ill t .-: notice J*' hereby given ... Seaboard Airline '
.n co P7 CIte *
05 let-III II '. .
711 IIa C' 1I.n L .' ;, that the und..lvneot.Oavld. Railroad and turf thence
---- Benlomin. Eirake. hv a Southerly. direction
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e a..ul" S 1 II 51 ... .ale' owner" doingbuilnen ; the
e : Of INTENTION along aforesaid
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15514 III till : : TO REGISTER Westerly right of sway
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II Lb eOl It1CI 14 1117511 -'. V :! of EUNICE/ ENTERPRISES FICTITIOUS line of cold road 140 feet
f I, IN ,1 I( C1a 114 III I I (, \ : P.O. Bait 377.lawtey ., NAM(
are' a 5 use 5.l !no414175107 : to a point on the North
II II a7' = :' Florida 32098 latendi line of NW'/i" of SWO/
f )eracc; 'P ...41.,7 .j : :: : : ; CHARLES Mae, .
.55 n 1.51.b to sold fleilllous -
tar regiiter
S I which
1514 II j' DONALD point .to II/ 10 feet'East
hereby 01. **
co 15114 5 CC I'. SIN Sil... :
II"'. r It 1 P/b e. 'D ... S f I : name'under the notice that he Intends toregliler of Northwest comer
.HIM.... e.PO Sib TO '(. 1114IN '. ) ) aforesaid .Ialu'.. with the Clerk ol of NWV oISW'I.' thenceContinue '

..,, 1111451511. CI I I ? > Paled this! 9th day of Circuit Court for Bradford In a Southerly"
.._ \ :: : : direction
----- I along sold rood
County Florida.
A.D.. 1983 In Bradford -
Cu.JtOcc11 n N5Wlr, b ,14.14blL May, .
'Hgh'of line
I: 11114 CI Ii III Ma i i : County. Florida ftetltlou' name .of MAC' way :7023
.' '... ....e .. ..... ,"" '" : 5/12 4tpd 6/02 LEE CONSTRUCTION and, feet to a concrete monument. .

r.'S" S : -. -' .- '. : i / fa engage In''bu4lneio thenc continue

......-._, 14 1 j II' ; ..... 0555. 5 1711..1511..71 ; under. that ;.flctrtlov; *. along told right of way

.ll 5111 If 141/4 1 M 55(5.I14al ; \ name with a principal South ,6 degrees 2
} ; i ;; NOTICE : place of business at1 mlmitep. and SO seconds

".";"CCI-' It un. ; ........ ."" I i..lI. ;.;.i.. .... :OF INTENTION '' Route: 2. Ban MOO,' West 12943 foot to a

lit" 15 $1114 II I all. 1(5 'I. TO REGISTER Starke, Florida. 32091. concrete monument Of

-!!---.'! .--- .- -!.!- -_!.-- !--_...._.....1.l._.._._..._....:....:. FICTITIOUS NAME /S/CMARLES the. beginning of a curve,

....,...cc... c. "' ..- ..." ....... j MacDONALD aid curve, having a
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ICI 14.11 4'I. C5 radius of 40.26
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couu 41.0 PCN,\111af, co !!' "I- r Purtuont' toSection' DUDLEY P. HARDY.PA.: and
IM.,II(15144.5144' '.;- r t : : : : : ::: : :: I { : 869.O9 Florida Statute," BY John H.-........, Es4V "being concave to the
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PO. Drawer I93O
II .. 00(5551 'c. NI C ...... ; t notice 'is I hereby given' SoWtMPrry direction
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ICII II ((P C. lI Ill Cf : : j Startta. Florida 32091, along
5115. .... 1'e'l .H".' I .((904)i9a4.570t .
.... II .n LIII. t III, f 01' : I f. ; \ I Attorney for ReglntronV /"*''Legal
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Exercise Classes \ ; $H fee will low charged.! Classes; ,* day, Jimu1 Li; '.' ,1'.1.;
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____ ; will be field/ ( jO" Old Armtry.,. KflJistrutiKn with I* June ,9-10/ and
< ;\ Begin MavU'" : ., ,' .' 13-H: at pratl! Slrttt .Ccnttf (nati h '

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Brett" ""iuI..II,PM Wr>. Hllcd, rfowrt. b/fhutR: ( ioodawiM .( the $Cairlel: $ amt WI" sane 'IuNI F\ridaq 'Jht' Ruitftrll lit a'.' ?.. >and scheduled last for to eight begin wct-kH Tuumluy', May' ::11'I. i Begin in June handed UctullH'out of at the registration.nrlittrvim CrjUiirtn will bet ,

.' I freshman and (ii'Nod..n..IK, al H '|ih mnnt. ,', ',;Glass will' bel hold rum 6-7 p.m.. 1 'Starke Recreation Ltuparlrnent will ages, 1014 can c'ime Monday through J

"\Kcnmlration will be al the find class :start it'H summer program Wednos- F rday, from''11. "ilm.to, : (:$ p,,".. .

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cour. upon u ll.s pe..,...... ', [ thence South :degrees*. L Telegraph once,.o,week All CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS t !and"' 02 tacdhdt, fait," Ing more particularly befog! on a curve concave

I Legal Notices' DATED on May 23. '48 minute' and 44 ton four consecutive.week NOT SO FILED 100.0 feat; thence North described at followlIComm.n ta 'the NE and having a

19831GILBERT: seconds Well along told prior M'Its onoclmenl WILL. BE FOREVER BAR 87 degrees, !98 minutes ol "th* NW 'r dlui' of 11779. 8 feet:

1 SI: SHOWN .Una, 1001.06\ feet; thence' those tpeclllc RED. and 39 seconds East corner el said Section 30 .thence Northwesterly

(from pageHA>-' ". t Cleric of Court North 88 degree. 40 'dot.. ,bangMay) ; 12. Data of the lint parallel 1 w.ljh.!" : soldSouthrly end run South [ degree along' sold Southwesterly

BY:Barbara A. Storneri minute and 25 econdt '1983. May 19, 1983. May publication of this Notice boundary- 17,> minutes and 50 boundary and along thet.:

the or1 o< Mid fctwve Alma Llntey
along! Mid W.s tIy right Javon .Nedd laurel Watterly 1983. Tha tint reading of 26, 1983. aforesaid Easterly boun. Wetterly boundary'' 'leet oi measured olong

o* way 'A... chorddlitance Poilell Alt!."Nadd Milo NOTICE OF' 'boundary af the R/W of the Ordinance hall occur LOIS S. fOXX I dory thence North I 'thereof 28.94 feel to the a chord having a bearing

of U.57. ,feet fe"" chell; Cecil 'E. Nedd, PROPOSED ENACTMENTOF 'Stole Road 200; ,thence on May/ 17,. )..::1. and p..nallI.pr..nta'lv. degree, 51 minutes and Southwesterly boundaryol of .Nqrlh' 56 degree, 28

a concrete v monument.. Walter S. Nedd. Orl ORDINANCEBY 'South :33: degree. ;.48mlnutt the second and final .. i! 21' seconds Lost along. the right-of-way' ot.SfdlfRood. minute" end 27 seconds
Mid thord dlthanc haVIng Nodd. Howard Nedd reading tholl occur on LAW OFFICES OF "West.ro b PR.M. located
CITY COMMISSION ; and 44 seconds aid Eoitefly .botindary.* 100; thenceSouth'
a bearing ol South 0 Walter Kelly toll Foxx, STARKE. FLORIDA
degree :39 mlnutM. 'and ,Itlah Hamilton, Emma' Watterly, Section: 3- \All 'law. Ellen Krugman-KodL. .. Beginning. (Bearing minutes and (19 tecondt thence. .;North 43.degree
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SO .tecond W.... thence HIM, John
lyon Parry foot ordinance, 'tul.s and 'thawn In this East ..oldSouth.rly *. S3 mlnutt and
South, 116''degree 44 Jr. Richard Kelly, Notice I* hereby glv/ ,boundary 73.36: ; ,Attorney for Personal description along -
minute and 20 ..CondiWe George Kelly. Francis that the- propose d ordinance 'th nc.South5d.gr.as. regulation of t"City otSlarka' Representative> are bated en the Department boundary, '19 seconds West along

.l 218.78 .feet to 0 ;r': Moo Guy, 1_' Kelly. which appear 40 minute and 25 of' general op., P.O. BON 1246Galnetvllle of Transportation 1223.13 feet to a permanent ..Id 'Southwesterly
'concrete. monument.. Aaron Kelly Fletcher In full below will bo con- seconds Woo 1222.85 plication, throughout Its Fl 32602 rlght-of-way map olu"} reference' monu- boundary.'461.39 feet to

thanca North 6 degree 2, Kelly, S..b.r Kelly ldarad for enactment on feet totho; aforesaid ,axlllng boundaries. and ((904)) :376-0006 State, Rood 100, Section,'., .men "'(hereinafter referred the rot, pi( Beginning.

minute and SO seconds: Amos, Kelly Margaret tha. I7lh day of May, (lino" .being 1000 feet, corparata (11",1t. shall 5/26 2tchg6l02 28020-2502! sheet 4 ol 4)). to at .P.R.M.) 'for Section 2- This or- '

Eott 210 fee to a conCrete -' Gold.n Jordan Carol 1983 al the City Com- 'Wetterly of the Westerly also 'apply throughout NOTICE OF Parcel. 2A parcel of Point of Beginning. FromPoint :finance shall bo odertlted -

monument,. thence Potted. Carl Nedd. Eddie mission mooting starling boundary of lit R/W of the boundaries and corporate PROPOSED ENACTMENT land lying In the NE'A of of Beginning thus In III entirety In the "

In a Northerly direction Money, Eugene Nedd at 7:00: p.m. at the City 'State. Rood 200;/ thence limit of Mid City. 'OF ORDINANCE SE'ol 'Section 30. \described turf South 7 Bradford County
and ''parallel t 0 the ..Elliabolh Nedd Ronald Hall In',Storfce. Florida South ':33 degrees 48mlnutet a* extended bit this Or.dlnanca BY CITY COMMISSION' Township 6 South Range degrees, 27. mlnutet and Telegraph once a week

Westerlyright/ of1 way Nedd: Ida Kelly Smyrna and If then adopted on ." and 44 tecondt: STARKE. FLORIDA 22 East Bradford County 4? tecorvdt"Wt(. 122.42; for four consecutive

Una of old State Strong Lawrence Ira i tint reading will b* con.tldered -,, Watt along Mid ,line and Section .4, Until, the .' Florida: told parcel feet to a P.R.M.t thence week prior to Itt noct--
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210.23) foot tooconcr.t. Jenkins Lutltha of Starka. halt .....' iNotice '", .n', thai specific
'Highway Lyons for final reading :.along a Southtyest.rlyprolongation City I Is hereby given being more particularly Sauth 20. degrees II
monument, Newby .Florrle lyon* cite Its toning' powers described follow date*, being May 12
and adoption on the 7th thereof, 'that, the proposed or- a* : minutes and 99 ..cond.
thence. Ec..t.rly along Slack Ins Kelly Taylor day of u_. 1983. at the 3880.00 loot to' onIrW over the territories an' dln_., which 'appear A parcel of 'land being' Weif\ '142.23 feef to a .1983 May 19 1983. May '

the. Southerly right of, Cfiune1) Kelly Matthews. City Commlttlon.mealing ,....ecllon with the North mooed by this Ordinance In full below will ... eon-: 100 feetln width; bound. ,Pif.Mh",th.nc.,5auth.3B; '26 198:} gild June 2.

way )line. of. Seaboard'Airline. G orgla' Mao Noggins, ,' starling at 7OO: ; Jlne of the South 20 fee :all of tha valid) and currant std.red lor enactment on .ad on ,The,Hart..ll\JJt.. .'- 1Southerly I;' 'degree. 48"mlhutei' end .':" 'WBJl.JhefiMl: reading of
Railroad 210.23 -, Myrler' Kelly hollCofIy. 1 .ffectlv.1t ionlng' the Ordinance hall i
ocCur -
of tha NE'A of told S.aflan boundary of '
p.m. at tine City Hall hiStarko the 17th day of May 93 lecandi West 307.84
'.... to of b.ginnIng Mormon Kelly !A.C
point ; and
17 1983.
,
regulation' rettrktlont on May
thence. South 88 ,, : 'the right-of-way of State''
'. Florida: Tha Ordinance 19(3.' at .he City. Commission feet to a' P.R.M.; thence.
all In Section: :31. Kelly Dorothea Kelly '
;
the second and final
heretoforeadoptad
and and maps Road 100 (ICO" R/W):
shell| .at 'degreet minute meeting starting [ South 63\dogroei. 36
Township 6 South Range Odell. rod '
the Board of on reading thall occur on
OB Meond.IU..t.\ by bounded the fast by.
,22 ott. AND ALL. ,PARTIES follow! along at 7:00 p.m.. af tha City minutes and 39 seconds 1983.
.PARCEL: : Six-ocres'(fn'Southw HAVING CM CLAIMINGTO ORDINANCE lost aforoMld Northerly County Commissionersof :Hall In Starka. Florida. the Wetterly''boundary' Wett, 217.05 feef to 0, .Jun. 7.
All laws
.>t corner' ol HAVE ANY RIGHT TW; AN ORDINANCE EX. Una. 1029.51 feet to a Bradford County and,If then adopted an of a parcel owned by P.R.M.i thence South 79 'Section :3-

1IIE'4 of $W/ ., bounded: TIE!; OR INTEREST IN THE., TENDING. THE CORPORATE cancrate monument" 'Florida shall continue: In tint reading will be considered Pine Forest Limited and degrees, 41 minutes and 'ordinance rulei and
West 'by West line of PROPERTY; ''HEREIN LIMITS OF THE 'iho'Watl line of MidNEV4 full force and .....oct for final reading ';recorded: In O.R.B. 169 31 seconds Wait. 365.77 'regulation pi th* City of

NEW of SWW North by DESCRIBEQ, ,, CITY OF STARKE TO IN- of Section 6; thence throughout the'told"'land and. adoption on the Tth., P. 402 B 403 of the public .feet la a P.R.M, located Stark. of general'ap

Stole Rood S 100-A, Eat YOU ARE ,NOTIFIED.. CLUDE CERTAIN LANDS North I degree 27 being _.od.*" '* "day of June, 1983 at the. record of said County, 'on tha aforesaid: Wetter- plication throughout Itt

by private rood South by that a Fatltloq to; DotoMrnlne LYING CONTIGUOUS TO )mints* and 29 seconds Section: 5- lThl or- City Cbmmlttlon4neetlng I bounded on the Wett by'' "ly boundary of'..Section .Kitting' boundarlct' and
South tine of. Ni'A'of\ 1 Beneflclarle of the dlnanca shall become af- the Wetterfy- boundary'of corporal /'limit 'ihall
THE EXISTING CORPORATE West. along Mid West starting at 7:00: 30;olIO being Eatter-
$W'''' of Section :II.Tn.hlp6South.llongo, Estate of GEORGE S. KELLY LIMITS OF THE fectlva Immadlataly / the City Hall In laid NEVi of SE'/. and ly boundary of said Section also apply throughout
line. 2585.80 feet to the p.m. a ,
been filed with ..nadroent.andImmediately 'bounded tha boundarlat and corporal
hot Its
upon : on the South by
CITY 'AND GENERALLY tenterllne of Alligator Stark. Florida. Th Ordinance 29; th.nc. continue
22 Eott. tha ''CIHIof, Bradford'. upon Its :fIling) 100 feet Southerly limit ol told City
LOCATED ALONG STATS Creek. thence shall road a* South 79 degrees ,41
run along
;
PARCEL C: All of Section :- County Circuit Court con- at extended by 'Ihlt Or-
ROAD '200 (U.S. 301)): the centerllne' of enactment cerlllled follow: ial when .,measured at minutes and 31 ,second* ', -
36 Township 6., corning, the following VTho PROVIDING THAT ALL Alligator Cr..k the --cople hereof ..'.... be'' /\ ....;ORDINANCE. J{ .rlghly, angle //10, end 'YVett, :340 feet, or..r, 'dlnanca.' .
21 .lyIng real : 1 Section fr Until the
South Ranga Eott property filed with' thjr{ ,fI o( OINANC EX- fperaltel' wIth| the. ,. less, 'the waters edge ,
EXISTING LAWS ORDINANCES 01 AH i-O to
X
(lot1jfIH.trfqu 'j j jt:2.oI.cbo
South of -Rallre.c .. <\c.rto''" tallowingcburte 't."JlllUldt.ti ? ,!ti.iCtty! bVStorV shall oxer'Cite -
( .
} :
.. : 'plae.st! < >."\ ,, RULE$ AND//1'REGULAhCNSNAIL I)U "o"C.'N'' '' andO r the Circuit" c_.' yk(iNOkQo( :.713 COR.a eforeseld'"Sauth.rly1. "' ;: ,"L.Ioo\ .. ." f rft''JpfllrigTWw'Vt"" "t
.lESS "' it.
.. : } Y'.rn"il lpliT "
!:
? r FI\Iii T.. paroinoIlaad9rt ua1ah/\ ''; ? ..... :fl Y\! ay"'t I'"ood ", fufi'M'dlSoulherly" dlrefy.i dyer th. territories
.m-i; ."" ......... < .m 100. on t.vWr
t !r' Hen along Mid .water* ,
: t' I : .. .. ... : .
,," i-
\ muted Ordinance,
) Ita'i,1' a of' by thlt
-d': & CCoounyb/ andStat. .'m LANDS parcel 3- A.parcal
AA :"E'x YT AND' PROVIDING., FOR NAN 9 ; -r;> South 86\ degree: ) a.UOf'CIIITAIN! edge to a point on t"South.rly ell of ,heOlid and
do at s Hand cur-
PASSES'T1Mtr. In ten of
lying
that part at$ E'" of SE/1 ,ot Florida and \ IMMEDIATE EFFECIDATI. SO ''inlnute and 51 ; "' V' "LtlN<< CONTIGUOUS/ TO NW1/ boundary of effective '
lying Wet of the East mare particularly/ VE tecondt East 136.14 June, '1983 V' .TH!' EXISTING CORPORATE SE'of Section' 30. Mid NM of $Iv. ; 'th_.> ;rent toning

Sin. of LaIc. lI _lI. described: a* follow, to WHEREAS, the city I* feet* North 38 degrees,*' CHAIRMAN LIMITS OF ,THE Tawnthlp South large North .88 dog,_.. 01 ,and.regulationrestrictions heretofore
1 City Commlnf,oner CITY; AND 'GENERALLY n East Bradford Cunty minute and 99 second map:
PARCEL! 0: NV of NVtof wit tho. owner of the 13) minute and 39Vcondt '
Board of
NW%LESS AND EXCEPT Southwet Quarter hereinafter. detcrlbed, ( Eatl 179.83 andMayorATTEST 'LOCATED ALONG STATE Florida: Mid panel East, along IoU adopted by the

all that part of/ NEVi (SW V. ) .of Northwest property and d..l,.. to feat: North 25 .II.....' : City Clark; ROAD.100 WEST; PROVIDING being mora portlcularl/ aleretald Southerly County Bradford Commlstionnnaf

of'NEtt af NWV. tying Quarter (NW/i),., of Section haw voluntarily annexed ,54 'minute and 10 THAT All EXISTING described at follows; boundary "5.6 left County.
South and Ross! of the I 23. Township 6 In'. the city the land ..cond. East 157.81 NOU ".. advtied'Mmt;; LAWS. OR Commence at an In mora or lei,'to a !,.II.M. 1' Florida shell continue In
full and ffcl-
force
cantor Una of Alligator South! Range 20 East, except hereinafter detcrlbed; foot North ;W dogroo, ,any perton 'who decides v DINANCES. RULES'AND tertectlon of the Easterly ;f.Jocoted at th* SE comer
Crook air that part of the following' twoparc.I. and 27 .;rnlnutet and ....1! fa appeal any decdlon- ,?{. 'REGULATIONS SHALL boundary of told NW1/' t."hereof (also being' the throughout the told land
NW V. of ME'/ Wett ., made by tha C'ry.c- : of SE% with the Southerly bring annxed.
lying WHEREAV' the City seconds East 1150.34 APPLY IN SAID AREAS; Sw corner of the NVk of .
This
of the canter )line of 1, One half acre Jn '(ft Board boundary of the right- SVV Section 9--> or-
I"'o'n. ,
Commltilon'cl tha City feet North degree ;. AND "II VIDINO FOR > of Mid Section 30));
Alligator Crook: all that Northeast corner. ) : :20 C........,,_.. All."':''*. :IAN IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE of-way of Stale Rood 100 them continue North 88 1 dlnance shall become affective -
of Starke\Forld| < and 42 .
port of SVT of MCAof 2. Begin at ,hothwo.NW Non 07 minute. Authorities. etc.. with DATE. (MOO R/W) for Point of d.gr_;, 01 minute and ( lmmdletlyupon
PIW V. lying Northerly of )) ''comer of detlre- ta ..IiIr"., tho ) ",ecoiMhv: East: 511.69 reipec to' any mo ferl I WHEREAS She Beginning and run South ,59 eco
the center line of tha Southwell Quartar1' voluntary annexation oe f..t;" North :33 degrees, contrdered af. such own.rs 'of the along sold Eaiterly boundary 1 the Soulntrly, boundary Immediately' 'Upon It*
Northwest cur punuani.ta *. pro- 07 nlnut.* and OB '. certified
Croeki all that of the .ctm.nt.
Alligator "
ltootfI'OIl ).' !995.52 feet thence
; of Mid NS
meetingor hereinafter deicrlbed ,\of SW'/i.
part of SV4 at NW4! of Quarter (NW') of Sec visions .of me general. J ,**cortdtE tt.;, 1006.64, wflneed record af 15.0 feet thence r copl.. hereof are to be
\ a and ....1..* to West : 1953.85 feet t* a "..II.M.loco'.d .
aftha \Snjto of North property
NWV4 lying Northerly of tlon 23. Township 4 I: law feel; 32 degreet. f". ?ond''thai South 7 degree, 23 filed with Ih. Clerk of
proceeding ilea
on Nor
Range 20 Eat, to, Florida. that being 9c* '47 'minute 'and19 have voluntarily annex -
the center line ,pf South ; / Iot'' .uch minute and 14. seconds boulro9ry'oflb. the Circuit Court for
thwotlerry .
purpose the the land
Crook and all Bradford County, tlon ,171.044, Florida seconds East 1000.00 ed Into city
Alligator ; Bradford and the State of
that part of the SWH ofNW'Ai Florida, thence: run Est Siatuta; andWHEREAS. \ t.etr North' 31 '........,,\ ,you may need /e.<
tying Northerly of along the Forty /line a: "" to .that otid\ .36 'minute, *' [fond 29"' ,thufaveraathnrecordof' .: 'and Northerly boundary of .ry Road S-IOO A: stld Slat*.
.' .. ofAlligator dinonce, of 550 leer to a the proceeding ', mawo. : ,WHEREAS ha City the rlght.af-way right-of-way being ort e' .,
the c. line ; on May :3, 1983.: the City v seconds lot, 507.20 PASSED THIS ... day of
"
Rood
oil take thence which i record includes Commission of the City lutl.r ((66' II/WI. curve concave to the'SE
Creek;: runSouth.rly.75qfeet
,lire of"the foot; North SI degree 'l June". 983.
,Commlttlon a'r'o'j 69 feet < .
'and aid being rodlu. 0'
Section: ,., T.hlp'l, to 0 95 .minutes., ''and 36 th* foiflmony of ,Clarke, Florida ( point and having af '.
.\ I CHAIRMAN.
Slarkafc Florid.authoitr.d ,
South Ranga 22 Eat!.;. 'taka, thence run North : ..cond..lollt., < ,3)3.39.teaii ) evidence Ypon whf,5t1 ffl ..d..I,.*. to havethe Northwesterly. of on Ira. 1949.86 foot; "" .nc. Nor t' '
Commissioner
PARCH: All that part of WMlorly a'dlttanca of the prepora-' \ ; "".1dp'p.//s bas.d.;r# \ voluntary annexation oa- tertectlon of told Easter theattorly along told ( ,.CIry
thence North.80
oI'th. fraction! S% ol'' 730 f... I' to a ......, ton! and odvertltemenfof 'degrea, 21 minute. and (.f..c.S.cUo." ,)'. -.cur purauant to the pro- I ly boundary'.with Mid Northwesterly boundary :yl, 'lA t; and Mayor

NEVi'lylna\ ; Northerly of thence run North along th* appropriate on- Ea., 736.24: 28*.01 OS, Florida 't :vltlont of the general' Northerly boundary) and along the arc of Mid' STCItCl.rk'NOtI. .
the 1 center :tin. of Mid lino 'of Mid Forty a, nexallon ordinance., ,07'p.conds Statu....) fflli!!\ ) i I law of. tha State of thence Northwesterly curve, .41 3.92 feet atmeaturad ':
li/hfed
the that
lpnd
Alligator Crook and Lost ,I'dlttahce ""SOQ, a-. to, NOW. THEREFORE BE _feeryo W.9tery rM.Mwn' ;' : that being See, along said Northerly along a chard .
lot lake Rowllr N'A.of, .,9 the paint of beginning 'if ORDAINED BY THE CITY of th&jE(9gf P',W(4.OL{ ",. 'CIIyA.a.'ico1'12ftch ,*;"Tlan";FlprldoJ 1 1.044', FloridaStatutet boundary to on Intenac- having a bearing'af any pester wV, d.cld.s'to' /

N'A at Nl'A: all m ..*. containing '.63 ocrem., COMMISSION OF THE Mid Sat tt >n 32: thence 5> 6l02'' andWHEREAS lion with' the Eatterh/ North 41 degrees OS appeal arty .c''on' '
7 South or !*... All In...... ''South 4.. degree, 41 "" : of the oF- made by '*he CAv Com-
tlon I; Township mare CITY Of! .STARKE, (ton. and boundary rlght- minute and 31 seconds
to that
.. ford 1.......... ,, minute and I* seconds -- : 'mission' ,' ;i'fS, Boordi.Committees.t .
Ronoe ,21. East,'; ; coynty, t.lout'h.at follow: ,3.,1983. .tha CityCommission way of County,Road Eott. too P.R.M. located
Said kmdW confalningc; .QIt '" Section: 14 Pursuant East along solo Wettarlyllne. .. "r' "" 'IN THE ORCUIi' art,May of the Cityat 100A.Edwardi( Road) at the. end of Mid curve: A19en .s,
feet % the *>< h
/ 'AyMiorWol wi
less, Quarter ) :
or
402 .
acreo more to the provMon of Section 'COURT OF FLORIDA Floldo.'cKothollilr (formerly State Rood thence North 47
,
Northwett.Quarter' SW corner thereoihrkeaSoL'R,17i"tliyr.IW"/: > Stark. ratpecf re any'contldered e
SEV of "
In Bedlord.Countyn ( ) 171.044," FloridaStatute ''t'1" Veparo.-: :;$.100A): thence Northeaiterly ,degree!, 12 mlnutet and
... to (NWM) of Sect 1raw1 J CU f" al ''\ fl. .. ore -.ua.fod| :u INANDJ: loll .
*,' th.'corporotd t OR T. along S1".econcI.: Eastalong '
,'. lion'23J"Township". ; 6' tlon and ,odvortl..t mutingof.. Malrlltp)I' '
right of way' f for public 43 'minute and"43r' .'
limit ;101 th.'Cit'af5tork '' FOR BRADFORD ofoe soil Easterly boundary aid Northwetterly"
,roodt ani fpr; draklogs. 'South Range 20 East e J-' .; 'Florida; a'. seconds lot V along the COUNTY. FLORIDA: ,," :.of the appropriate ale to an Interjection boundary. 1I3Io.: *. feet you will need o record\fJhe
ditch. cept the following two Wettarly Una of> tho.NWV. ....otlon ordinance. jbrotcedlngi. anal,
v. hereby..xfend.d'to ... ; ,. PROBATE DIVISIONFILfN0.83IO.CP. with the aforataldSoutherly to a ..II.M.'ocoted *;the '? .
SifM2tchga/C2, :parcel: i ].. ,. ..NOW THEREFORE BE that for'.uch ,
!
,, ? of Nt'/4 of SWV., \" .. ofthe con' purpose
: .
elude boundary a'curv'e x
land .lying con, beginning
Npilc 1A'l 61y':; ,Northeast, I. OneiVoH.ocreylnV tgrnv. ', ; ". : '.8uou4 ;to 'th. preienr; .' : 686.09, feet toy),tha SW,'" .', *$ /* '. .J.I,' ;JY IT ORDAINED COMMISSION BY OF THE THI CI- rtghteweyof Itate-i*"ri"2j"I5ftcd"W11E1( ; : ( "and you that a wartm/Mod to rbcorde/'A.nsu'.' \'\
.' 'of the corner. '.-... .IhencaNorth 'IN Ut THE ESTATE OIvh( thence5qutheosterly hoVl'g'; rodkiof 90
I" ,.., ... 2. .oeoln at the,Nor.thweit corporate limit* ;-i GEORGE KELLY, '-' ",.i; 'OTY, .OF STARKE. .at Road100; a i th* preceed/ngs/ I* mod..
Tit.'cl;Ityo; Stovk.G, (NW' ) corner':; 'of City of, Slarka lying,: lit 17 degrea: 30 follows: along sold foot thence'; NorIhwetterty /-, 'which'' ,.tort( 'Includes/

:calling\ .Jar bid*. ;0... .. the 'SoutheattOvor en '' Bradford. CountyFlorida ; minute\ and 48 tecondf ,Dec.aed.' ,*" Section T. Pursuant ta Southerly boundary. along the ore '/he'i..*/iriony and
General liability >tni "( ) W .,. ) aat rlbod.i-.a. 'i Eatfr along the Northerly r ft. I of Section the Point of Beginning. of Mid curve 84.93 fear
which the
NOTICE .VfOF tha' .,'d..co upon
SEA jay / :: provision '
of '< ,,1 Una of Ih* SWM of NEVt .
be.opened 4-4' parcelof
will ; Parcel
4unan..,;Tis. bid \ follows: ADMINISTRATKPN i't U ,,171.044, Florida Statute. a. mottfrodalong a i"basd.'.' .
at 7:00: PJM.'rnAa'rogwlor. n6 lion 73..,..,Townthlp A. port of'Section. 31 off SW'A; *70.47 .l_r, to.. "< 4'The ,;' ,t tha carpora: 'Jlmlt* of .laod" I lying I partly In tftoS' chord having a bearing appeal Rpr.rdhdSection' /
: ( :
\ Cm/Comml' .*...?. e,South Range '2O East In' and 32,' TownthlpSouth 6 the NI comer: 'Iherool; administration%'a(0 r she*' 'City at Stprk. .* of NEM and the NVt of North 10 degree*,'5* 386.0109. Florida'Srorut.s.

meeting' 'on ,"Juno '21. Bradford; County.. Range 22 ". Est;; thence Sou.tfl 4 degreet r, 'thoidtta4M' EOItoc i. ..Floridaare' hereby extended of SE'/i\ of. Section ?9v "IIutOl.and :22 tecondtWetVoa4 .
1980.' The' .bid. 'will/ be-, I Florida, >henea run ta**| 'l'ond d barf of SecNora:; ,,5* t' .ptlnutes. land "03 KELLY. deceased i
'rood. aloud.: The.tClly 'along tKa' Forty, urea .a and' ot Township ,seconds tail, plan jha.'Northerly to tha ,, 211 1 Lost and portly In 01*. the olocetold .' Attorney'
tdlttonce.<<\ of S50f, ...f too''slok.th.ncq .' "''Ino of the'. '1 tying contiguous Townthlp City
22 East 30
South tthwetrly- boundary
reserve the HgM: to act Range n mo'ClrcuIr Court for. limit Section % f D
all'' : 'rvn'Southerly SW'A of NEV4\ of SWVJ (.. 'prs.nteorporqt Mangd JX.'lott' ,' a"tit- f of 124ic1rq {( .
the
> an'I'or Bradford County Bradford County. South? f-vtaV, .
;ceptoi Paled) 750 bet. .. a, of tha City of Starke lying '
bid.- ;." ;} ? : ;ivf ttaka,,thonee nm North.:. "floda..rtd being more 67" .'7 feat: ; W "the NE'cor-.O, ;,*-'fla4de.Ppbot.; PivlJlon. |ltr'Sradfard 'County.,; Bradford County State Rood ,''1tulFsold3lohylrylNft : > .. "

,::1' Bid .plslj11d1iSiod !wolfL. ff,' .of Wetterly o'dl.tqnce o*., particularly: ,aVtcrlbd' 'a* ".} .thereof' ;' thaota ;, the oddres*1'.-* 0" S>"flo'....;. described, at Florlda-pldoorcelba--' ; ) Iybou, !X', V '

obtained I ot.th,ptClark'i ty"'f' ;.- <7W :f. VtJa-; ,0 .tok..; follows' : I .South\ -4 'degree 59 which I* se.dfardCourthosx. T ".tllovV} ,' ,- -. k. ...1.-- .- -_'.-..- '-: _',.- .. :"';" ':/.YI }-,:)
3. *; Commence et aft .Iron :.mlhuto. and. 09 seconds' .. Drawec A
ONln .2OT ,/ ", '-thence run Harth .along t dnom. tt" .,iJ..c.II.l : parcel: oft "
Thvr 1eor15ftnMKs. .r 'o: c Lfsold- unit..f told Form ajj,:> .1flp.. tad" al tha 'NW t. : 'Sat,< aJang the COtlerly.:: > Starkar fl.' 32O9I< \I. fan"ln8'MY'4, of : 't>> fti.ftt-.tft..OW .....,: -:

"- ''''' ,m''''' nl.iAsMlf! 'J,?.i9...clllt
I ; C ,,oo\w\4i4..II\i ; :.., rtt Ja..Yh+,'point baafnnlna.a. ."'' swt5,;;of *tsld Section 33itralsa ,, 'of. $W Y.; 63.01' toot ta pa rsgtd ol'tho'T/ **'* yen *: 'Township' 6 Iou.,.. Range '.. : rent frcrti/racnUi: :;'" : .r. ,
,' ,. Afe4lsae bwfng the NW carw ..cwsTihef.t" or.
Tucker e.1
\ .;.. ,.*.*U. reanrolning "' :22 iotl Bwrlord Caunt4ty.j '
.1" ,oprset/itetive't ; : l fVajll
'.. J I CIf1 Clorlc n', ., ..... AIII".t.y" + ,.er of.WocM o* Nlchor. i. .,South'! ,BB ,. set "Lbeige. !.. FtorWar-MId parcel .m.on h .
't
... :; ltd 11.:1. : ..rYb"rorrtawued' .'t''Acre recorded : j..... '09 Forney rare { ,
!v. Cavnhj a* per plat minute* ...;. A of Nw+ .
: 1 .I" J.' .." "r tQ'A" xRttqulrad k )na.tl.,. itlcuJo.r'1r' tNgr, ''
\
,
:
<
t In Plat Book 3. 24 ..canals t West., e
I lt ... ....... a* tellowtrlertectlon -; OFFICE Furu,
,, ire THE "" _'''M-. II( '"' ...::1 'II! the. Southerly I I to Ny ,r'+CiknmenY. !ei' ..,.1 .lit. .
\\0- ..11'.1'j n... If any'. I.i MIld CountyLfw,..,,,1,\r of Mid SW',4-.,f-"4It1.lW the.cpws$ 4tv1THIN T 'e of *q.tertlrTpeuodary. tt44 It )'''l :ZWRITERS'! l. Artf
1IJIf H JUOICIAL .lies I" oW Ellen Krvgmany .of" / '''4ini40 rlwt ? .I. the 't.rw"I: ;
rop/n/WnSa sand Fun, ato1p i" MONTHS FROM r, ....t Mid NWH' 't"Ju .
.
\ ;. ; .adW "t'Rtr'oleo: 'Souih >m ala/ae.;; 08 ,.fo.0'4' .t-.oWI
'j ffs'ih.rly'f.MIl. e/ 'SW4! iwlth'...*.t- f 4. rt Is l UIA.TOf1S.:
I .
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attorn ,.' r"P4Ithofs "
fiPMR10A1 felllloner't' ,F
,
'wlnwte and 24 seconds ..., 't / .
>
C471JM49Y. whose address |. P.O. ;( "'1Ifc) ; tl8ary. ofv ". ,. rNrnr) !rF .71i r9 .4e'''.1' .
,' v "
W'Ot along. a Woo-\ ,.. 1',' 6+t4. : .,
1 lEt'lWt1L1O/4; : SJIiIJJIItt.'of! I' A-n.+ Si'.t y
f lam'1 OaijMwntto. ...... .tanat tjiM IWlnt; fort 'to'\'Ih"J' 'I5./R4--.l' .; l t. yi.r y.r
if/Yo.kIf
MfIIO.IClao 'fl rrd.i'i MMH I Jan' .' "v. r r. l 1flf01f ; .. hmes'0
:
before June 24, >I"., '" ., ; B.gitt'tllr.. 'A f1 e+.nikad' F d i Point' TNt UTAT OfII. original' tt :"1" Speck ,,' IstanS 0$. (doKtn. .f. 'cert.. Interested ? person ....98 >, '.., '.' ../. "_... .t.
IN "and 'Ilia Ih* ; fhL'( aPtstl' ,run Soult* f cIogr'nulOl ,. .. "_'f.aIIIhe- '.
...... ., ""he cldrln' o .1 thuM' (M"i' Y9t'Jy1)" ,d 'Ntteinf14l,7';: ; :: ,jl..1.i .. 1,f !' .fi ri: ,vaSoiB tViMnnajivaHdlty nono* wet > **" and 99 .-.ond*. .r .IW.. .
H *
.. ,alai. W1C.O5 -HbK9 'IrI1h .IOC n 'Tkls.: said ; "
., i'r; .Vht't of tna will,,, Wa..,: "0"8:
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P reading of ordinances annexing :sewer expansion loan,anyone within .rt:;
369 acres on south US-301 and 179 (.000 feet' of the system that wants to- :i' !
acres on west Sft-100 was approved Ogles,, at the owner's expense.. .i:::;
Tuesday May 17, by the Starko City ;; told the commissioners ;.'
..Commission that "it wasn't right to force people to. f.:
Annexation of the land south of take without furti
Starke would tie 309 acre owned by nishing threat of the utilities. You !
the city the! former airport property should take care of. the people that !
condemned by the city and bought have been paying, .taxes before taking.
from Fred Mueller in a court battle) on any more. ;rr' ;
together with the present city limits.. '=
Due' to regulations Ion the sewer tn other action, the commission. :
system loan, the city had no choice i
but to annex the land west of Starke. .Discussed possibilities of revising
The 179-acres just west of Starke ordinances
concerning dogs running ;:;i
owned by Arch Thomas Jr., called loose in the city after hearing complaints ;:;:
Lakewood, has been developed and from citizens. :
1i' 1' y'r'W' + .4.t ro P.y,vr eMs the city will have to furnish the sub
.. n c t division with sewage disposal waterf Approved the'first reading of an
gas and electricity. The ordinanceprohibiting 'excavation
pay costs of extending the sewer and without getting permission from city ::
water lines. officials. The ordinance is to prevent :
Commissioners were questioned by the possibility of someone digging and <:;:
former city councilman Ted Oglesby hitting underground .gas and elec p:
about additional sewage lines beingrun trical lines :
outside the city when there are I ;
many streets Inside the city which do Agreed to spend grant money to In-
not have sewer lines. He asked why'the stall lights at the recreational facility 3i!
1 / city was going to take "
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more- Edwards
on{ Road ,
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Brains... was already overtaxed and that there -Voted to ask for bids on a fence ;;:

These Brooker Elementary students made straight 'A's on their Stephen McLeod Carissa Scott, Larry Parrish and Shaun' Bass.On. were people already in the city that around a shop given to the city by the'
report card for the firth six weeks: From left to right on the back the front row(from I 110 r)( Matt Stafford Amy Crews, Mandy Gar- did not have' access to the sewer school board. Commissioners asked
row: Brian Kendrick.Josh Crawford James Smith, and kevln Snow.In yard Shondee Lewis.and Jason Corblne. system.Commissioner. ,Utilities Director Merrill Dees to _
the mlddleUrom/ left to rlRhtll Chris Snow, Eric Mason, Vernon Silcox told draw up the specifications/ for the
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C.E. "Sue" Davis bride-elect of Gary Pittman of Lake
Phone: 485-1344 Butler was honored at a
miscellaneous shower In the
Fellowship Hall of the Brooker Baptist -
School News... Church Tuesday, May 17.
The Brooker Elementary Student A theme of pink and green accented
Council toured the Florida with pink rose buds and fern was used .
Legislature Wednesday, May 18. The through out the room. Corsages of
students,chaperones and parents met pink roses and fern were presented to "-
Senator Grant toured the new and old the honoree and her mother, Mary
capitols, visited the Senate and House Sue Willingham.The 1 The '
chambers, and walked through the grooms grandmother was Bradford .County Telegraph, one' & the oldest
Supreme Court.Students presented a corsage of red roses and ,
concluded their tour by fern. The brides table was covered "
visiting the Florida State Museum. with a white linen cloth accented with weekly' in Floriddf has
After a first hand look of our state pink roses and greenery. A spring/ newspapers ; a
government In action, the group all floral design table cloth covered the
enjoyed lunch at the Western, Steer refreshment table, which accented/a
Steakhouse Tallahassee bridal cake with.wedding bells and Special Offer for you.... ;
BES students will be recognized for the inscription, Brenda and Gar/ i ,
outstanding academic achievement The cake was flanked b / pink <'- ,
for the 1962-83 school year at i special 'candles in crystal holders. The punch ..
awards ceremony Tuesday, beginning at 7:30 p.m ; tiny pink' rose bud*,.", *plied bycrystal
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spelling bee champion newspaper of stoneware potaJfy the hostess. I 1.
staff, student council, etc. Parentsare Refreshments of nwich, cake, mints A One Year for
invited to attend the ceremony. and nuts were served the guests by Subscription only $10.00
Melvin and Elizabeth the hostesses: I ez Green, Linda Cox,
Linn third and four grade Laverne Edwflrds, Edith Melvin,
teachers at BES, accompanied their Charleen Thompson,Linda Robinson x ((19.5 a week delivered to your home through
students on a field trip touring Cathy Hew. Lesa Kelly, Jeanette
various businesses in Starke, Friday, Prescottynd Lucille Edwards.
May 13.Ray Approximately 50 guests were pre- the
Norman of the Community sent a/M those from out of town In- post office.) You'll get over 1200 pages pf
State Bank of Starke arranged! for cludyfl Margaret Touchston, Annie
the group to tour the facilities and Laurie Harvey, Beverly Harvey,
learn of the used pcnda Henderson and daughter
some procedures in local
every day operation in ,the bank arah, Martha Powell, Martha Davis news and advertising concerning Bradford
business. and Linda Ellis, all of Lake Butler.
The students toured the telle The wedding is set for Saturday
cages,bank vault,observed the chef June 11, at 8 p.m. in the Brooker Baptist County for your money,' A Great Deal i
sorter operation, viewed the mosy Church with the Rev. Alvin L.
counter and learned how to rolLpen- Lane of Lake Butler performing the
nies by machine OF hand. ./ ceremony. -I I' '
To highlight the trip, arran *ments A reception will follow In the But here's the clincher. with eachjjsubscri'ption
had been made, for the urgular fellowship hall of the church. Friends .
o off and the gtyflents were and relatives of the couple are Invitedto
surprise when the/ Ity police| attend.

responded in three / utes. At the Baby Shower.., we will l'give
end of the tour ea/n student was you a
presented a roll A pennies as a Mrs. J.E. Mott and son Ryan Eddie
momento. f were honored at a baby shower
Students fouren the VoTech classes Thursday night, May 19, 'In the 3.00
and learned of/available vocations In fellowship hall of Brooker Baptist gift .certificate from The Off ice
this area. A yip to the Public Library Church. -
where they/ atched a film strip and The refreshment and gift tables }
were enc raged to become active in were covered with white linen cloths
the fiimjpner. reading program.. and a motif of silk flowers and rosebuds Shop four any Hallmark card or other
The/ tudents then returned to were used to accent the room. I'. '
smoo here they were served lunch, After opening the many useful gifts, t
fbUqled by an outdoors class where refreshments of homemade sour
th made sundaes. cream cake, nuts, mints and tea were gift In stock. ANY PERSON /
items
;' Tourney Scheduled... served hostesses the many guests by the co- who 'now

f A county wide Softball tournamentof

all fourth over the, fifth County and sixth will be graders held at from the Around Town... has a subscription and wants to renew far

Brooker Ball Park, Friday, May 27". Little Matthugh Crosby lIOn'of Mr. .
beginning at 9 a.m.The Student Courv- and Mrs. Hugh Crosby;celebrated his 'I .
cil will be selling refreshments. fifth birthday with a group of his little
Parents are invited to come cheer friendshis parents and grandparents, Years wil[ qualify for the offer.tioift
your favorite team to victory. Cmdr. and Mrs. E.F. Hilderbrant, of same .
Brooker Athletic Association Cape Coral Saturday, May 7. i
The BAA will hold a meeting In the After a fun time, a Superman birth-
school auditorium Thursday May 28, day cake and ice cream were enjoyedby
at 7:30: p.m. The main item for discussion the guests. T1tPOtt8C to tlils UI l/i YIltl, )CCit Great. .
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will be
the Awards Banquet Saturday night the Crosby's took e
scheduled at the end of the season. All the Hilderbrants and Mrs. Hazel
members are Invited to be present. Crosby of Starke out to dine at the
Teenagers and friends of Fisherman's Reef In ; F FJI&ll'IL
the community Starke to want 'you lo ,mUs out "
Hve!
and area towns will meet: celebrate the upcoming Mother's / .'-.j., ,-< iBrooker
again Thursday May 26, for the mon Day.
thly luncheon held at the Brooker Orr Sunday alt .the, Hugh Butler
Baptist Church In the fellowship hall. Crosby family' gathered at the homeof t' It:11., I /IICNtlci1l11eIi4'' 11111.
Anyone who wishes may come. Brine the Richard Crosby family for a'
a covered dish and enjoy the food,' hamburger cookout with all the trimmings
fellowship and singing. Serving time followed by cake and
la-at 12 noon.Bridal homemade ice cream. in'order to.
Shower. celebrate' previous birthdays for'
the past six month of .the ,family' \ "
Brenda WillinRham of Brooker, members* .. 1 1' I",...f,."'"

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Offices Ban To dose 'Monday C

The Bradford County cOurthouseand t't' 'r ''
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to-town;; A check by the Chamber ol r n+ f31NC19 1i/79 r;! r
the CIty' Hall in Starke will be Comment disclosed that Denmark' xI
closed Monday' May 30.,'for. Memorial Furniture Montgomery Ward, I
Day. Western Auto Sears,- and the..
Both the Community State' Bank Chamber will be closed Monday.
and the Florida Bank at Starke will be
Open Monday will be tho
grocery
closed Saturday and Monday. stores and Leil.'.. Stump a and
Many businesses will' also be closed Eckertf: Drugs In Bradford Square. .:,. Th.rnaetea 5Sdrrvw '
so it may pay to check to make School will be In session Monday as err TOkGt w f -
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Winning '''eam..jIlollla Are Just part of the excitement out at the new go-cart racing track nea r Maxbest In North Florida recently being chosen to hold one of five. slate races spon-
:Jeffers goes over some strategy with daughter Sue-Lynn before a race. ville. Owned by llollis Jeffers. the track is acquiring a reputation scone of the sored by the World Carting A.soclatlonIWKAI.
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and Story By would be coming from so far away. Its a great feeling to start something like
Mark Frledlin this-on a chance and having it work out the way it has."
BCT Staff Writer Mr. Jeffers runs the track with his family, his wife Karen and his ion and
; *i daughter John-Dave and Sue Lynn and the help of -10 local volunteers who
The drivers peer over their steering Wheels'in their' ramPed cockpits keep the races running smoothly.,This has become quite a Job as
waiting in nervous anticipation for thps isjrt of the 'aee..The gun Mounds anij a._, the crow have gotten bigger and bigger. t.p fjafftii'
Wt!\,.oI 41 go-cap li.s w;** Off thg JSsW j Wtlstkh-tU ti wiuU.ki hvv. of. .\ r Two 'Techmen'Wendell Phillip&and Tommy Cole, perform the exacting
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Crow of families, friends and 0lheN1pe'UUors line up ng the s ides'of and safety specifications before they go to the track.
the carefully prepared Clay track, .houting.enco rago1ment as races they Most of the go-carts used are powered by standard, Briggs and Stratton
iii know hurl around the racecourse.jockeying for the best position to take home engines which. have built a reputation for, reliability in years service on
the torphy. lawnmowers and samll tractors. The engines are extensivly rebuilt by many
Sound like fun? You bet it is.and it happens every Saturday night at a new of the drivers to get the most horsepower they can possibly squeeze out so the
AhfI'l course just south of Maxville ort US 301 owned,by Hollis Jeffers a longtime' tech-men are kept pretty busy before the race checking to see that the
Maxville resident who "just wanted to have fun and set up a place for young machines are still within their performance class.
c af people to come and have a good time in a family atmosphere. "We have the losers protesting the winners just the like the big races too.
eye 'I've lived in this area for about 17 years now and one thing I've always They have to file officially right after the race and then we tear down the WInning -
noticed Is that we needed more activities for out young people" Jeffers saysas engine part by part to see if their engines have been modified past the
he leans against the fence surrounding his new track.When we opened up point that their classification allows*'
,In in January we had no Idea how big it would turn out or how popular it would The post-race inspections are done by the track's tech-men plus one
become. We re real pleased, not only for ourselves but for this community.We representative from the winner's team and one from the protesting loser's
have a great time on Saturday nights out here;. The. crowds are getting so team on hand. Groups of friends often come to the track and team up to help
big I'm having to expand m> parking lot." :, with one driver and one car in the Saturday night competition which begins at
I Jeffers opened the track in January and the news has spread by word of 5 p.m. and lasts until 11 p.m.
,) mouth until he now has visitors from as far away as Tallahassee, South "You know half the fun of these things Is the tinkering you can do on it
'? Georgia Daytona and St. Augustine, as well as racing fans from Keystone yourself with'just a minimum of know-how,"Jeffers says. "We have boys that
I t { Heights Starke, Lake Duller, Jacksonville and Gainesville who come up with really get into souping these things up and they all have their own secrets.
\ their families and fremds for the races every Saturday night They do valve lobs, reset the clutches bore out the carburators and beef up
"..II tell you the ballf ield here has never been well-kept up and the kids hadso See...
little to do around here especially in the summer that it seemed like a G o-carts..
good Idea Just on the local level" Jeffers said.! "We never had any Idea people page

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Wlglitwalchr Club"-: I Is beginning{ Kcyiton rMght on Tudoy*vnlngi; at Program on th* mallrvIIOQ. or. tchduld .t (0 a....., oft: Friday, Saturday and th.r Information' ; '
7 the Woman s Club and In Stark on Monday night at 6:30: p.m. and Thur*. Sunday, May It.39 totaling nln* program'In all The Concerts will, be h.ld on the ampMthMilr ;
p.m. a .' Ufa* ."tlor ...,, 8lossens .......... Fenivat will b* held Friday: May 27-29. En! rtalnmnf -
day morning at ':30 a,m.:'at St. ,Edward" CotholH, Chu h.all, Peggy Register- slaa* with |*atlng. S grassy hillild. with. >pac* for (awnchalnt or
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strwb.rry Iwl......:..i a toco!' ajuardarKlng' club,"'done; .v.ry'llrtt: and third, ,, ( Thursday beglnn'n"' at et.m. at the Itarli Masonic Lodge at Wt Call) and Orange ,'t\..,;. ,/ ; Y ; ,Dally $4 Friday $7. Saturday. $J Sunday children ((6-12)) $1.(:o1l1..96-:29521ol'l".he: ,
nvlll. I*.the toilet! :,!v. an. Is Invited ig.hod' outmore i E*'' ,,,ormotion. ., s "* ""' -
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; Alachu County's j ; ; "4' for; m*'Unlv.r.ily 'of" Florida'. Thntr Dpartmmv'; bob announced. 1 IH 12th Annual 'Th.IVls.rd I" Ox"" Lotuiland School''--t' a play for chlldrwi :at In*
Cemmunny; ACT C'o",1' f.'bft.odJ.d to th lt( Community nineshet ,a:...mm..II.OI" 'for 1983 beginning with a prfmmnnc. of the 'long running Broadway Calnivill Community Playhouse al 2 and 4 p....,.Tickets or.13 for adult, and ft.. lorhlldrn.
,'Iducall: ,," programs Somme term{ T, class"Amnwuor. and Lit. DrW"' ,r: musical hit"Pippin"; at fOt. unl..*nlty boainlng May'27/," "", Call!, 1.4952778?, for furtrwr'information. : '1 jf J, (;rff< r:*
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'T..OIId'; ".... close '.. "lIIu.ol' pod OlKlai.. Thl rpr after with Tennessee William' Swt Bird, of Youth .1 ; of
.du< continuing "flppln" I North, Florid Cla lcal' Oultar Soclety'lwill: begin/In Galltnvlll* the unvrtty of
s 4fyie po,\ ,,".;Pl.. Magul"a, ,and pdv-!"ir.a illuttretlon. II I h cr; '" lanlord' Wllnon't. ;;Rlmr al Eldritch'. ',and eonclud' with the) hit mutlcajWorHlna'troova 'Florida Fin. Art building Sunday at 8 p.n>:.? ,'' \f,kf i w
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Traffic Am OSts in Area,\,i' :' :' ' (t Director Services of Cliff Emergency Chapman


Robert Thomas TUley 19. of Brad- 1982 was Involved in an accident westof t equipment,..
accepts
.; Cl
ford County was arrested for driving Starke. .t&j -. .' :
while} his license was suspended May Bond for the charge was set, at$200. :
19, according to Trooper Kenneth Hill was released on his qwn .t
Ethridge. recognizance.Roy .
Bond was set at $200. TUley was The now defunct Bradford County
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Austin 67, of
released on his own recognizance.Jack Stephens Volunteer Fire Department used
Hawthorne was arrested May 22 and 'll 12.M In left over funds topurcbese
Lynn Rlchendollar, 27, ot charged with driving while Intox- much needed emergency medical
Bradford County was arrested May icated and driving while his license pint equipment which will service the entire '
18 and charged with driving while in- was suspended according. to county.
Nichols. ,,}; vw
Patrolman Greg
toxicated and driving with unlawful The money used was from tIIelrmoney.m."ln
blood alcohol level according to Stephen was stopped In fund the volunteershad
Trooper D. L. Pescla. McDonald's parking lot. originally mtentod to repair'
Bond for the charges was set at. Total bond for the charges was set I equipment with. According to Chapman -
$500 Richendollar was released after at $400. Stephens was released on his the equipment will help the county
he posted surety bonds. own recognizance.David remain qaallltled when the new

Willie C. Baker. 33, of Bradford Allen Beasley, 23, of Bran- w 'Mia emergency Oct. I. services law goes Into effect

County was arrested May 17 and ford was arrested and charged with The county la receiving two Ken.
charged with having no valid driver's driving while his license was suspended 4 : X, drlck Extrication Devices, a Portable
license according to Deputy Paul according to Lt. Estan Mo her. Suction a Children's MAST Suit a
Stegall. Bond for the charge was set at$50. Causally Simulation Kit and a
Bond for the charge was set at Beasley was released on his own Children's Traction Splint.
$52.50. Baker was released on his own recognizance, 1 ? Former President Nelson Green
recognizance, t Former Fire Chief Norman Dowdy
Glenn D. Dean 24, of Bradford
Green.
Harry Randy
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Harry Edward Palm, Sr., 38, of County was arrested May 13 and Gaiklns and Tom Gross are shown
New York was arrested May 24 and charged with having no valid driver'slicense arol with the newly secured equipment.
charged with driving while Intox- according to Brooker Mar- YasAk'r I
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icated according to Patrolman Greg shall Raulerson.
Nichols. Bond was set at $50. Dean was +,;
released after he posted a cash bond. vx
Palm was stopped on US-301 driving la f ", J
a rental car. Bond was set at$300. t Iry
Palm was released after he posted a Nancy Elizabeth Gilpln 24, of I
cash bond. Starke was arrested May 14 and
charged wtih driving while Intox-
Donald Wayne Stewart of Starke icated according to Trooper W. D.
was arrested May 25 and chargedwith Langston. GET SET FOR SKMMESL
having no valid driver's license, Bond for the charge was set at$300.
according to Patrolman Greg Gilpin was released on her own
Nichols. recognizance.
Bond was set at $50. Stewart was
Franklin E. McClenaghan 18, of AtJackson
released after he posted a cash bond.
Bradford County was arrested May 14
Richard Douglas Hill was arrested and charged with driving while Intoxicated Jackson's SPNG
May 20 and charged with driving according to Trooper
while his license was suspended according Langston. r
to Trooper B A. Williams. Bond for the charge was set at$300.
Hill of Fruitport. Michigan whose McClenaghan was released on his BuildingSupply
l license was suspended in February own recognizance.


III 4th Charge Placed Against Attorney I


Former Starke attorney J, J. $2,588 from a trust account held for
Wolbert was charged May 3 with a Fannie Silcox of Starke who was acting -
fourth count of grand theft accordingto as guardian for Neta Brown. '
Assistant State Attorney Thomas ,,- Prices Good May 26 thru June 21. 1983 0 f-/
M. Elwell. Bond was set at $3,000 for the r
The latest charge against Wolbertis charge Wolbert was released after he
that in January 1982 Wolbert took posted a surety bond.

SOUTHERNIZED NAMAIACAhny \
Correction!
CARPET CLEANINGand 'EXTERIOR .
Danny Shuford was not arrested RestorationMost
and charged with aggravated assaultas
stated in the May 19 edition of The effective way HOUSE PAINT he onh 4o.4Pit '
Telegraph.Nor to clean ...d ..**..- same Hi*
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is Danny Shuford In any way \ Scientifically created hand for*Mr lnlm ,01Id .' OOt l.i
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connected with the following .... for will
Dry circular foam wit.OrMrt ,
for this climate ..... It, ...... Ise
paragraph concerning a sexual battery method and teueh ues. .....: .Ill
charge according to In- Iepadery
vestigator Wiley Clark. Can for $ 16. gO "oil .....21... of
The Telegraph apologizes for the Free Demonstratlan ;;
mistake and for any embarassment -a

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After running least" )three load .Orange << rv v Starke Clinic
Park Polic.r'MQkatigating fired Family Planning
blocks in Clay County I suspect vehicle ran.Shots were with the type and calibre
and one In '"an armed robbery of a Pizza: hutsometime at the vehicle at that time in an attempt found In the vehicle weapon ;
BradfordCrtUnl'y; rant said Denton.
suspect pulled armedrobbery before midnight Tuesday to stop the suspect, There Is evidence In the vehicle to ', .i : Klert Sundusadee, M.D. i
over to the '
side of night, followed a suspect vehicle leav- As the vehicle Starke It
SfthfcOO approached establish the Tubal
near Griffif- Loop In suspect to be the armed Ligation (Tubes tied) '
and shot himself in the head Starke chase ing the area which began. a high''. speed puHed oft the side of the highway. robber of the Pizza Hut wanted In ''!
early when -the the &
deputies approached Vasectomies
Wednesday Clay County, to Denton.
morning. according
Bradford County Sherifs'srDepartment vehicle they found the suspect was The
taken Randy by M.Stat-Flight Prasek,25,of to Tampa Alachua was was notified the vehicle wp onSR21 shot}hru the head.A In- Florida state Department attorney of s Law office Enforce-and- No Hospital stay necessary. -.No Abortions performed I :

Hospital in heading.toward Key'lIto.eHeights preliminary'autopsy report ment are assisting the Sheriffs I
Gainesville Dept.
where'he was and then'on en.too''hording dicates the gunshot wound Is con ls- as to the circumstances 9646500Printing :
1. pronounced; dead'on 'arrival l; aacording toward Starke.'A road block surrounding
,, was Sell'( tant with,1' self-inflicted close- the death, according to Sheriff
to
'ikA; +ia.n, ,Investigator.1, -Don Denton;! up near the county ,line" whicli) then contact -wollnd.' U Is also consistent Reddish. Dolph
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A Vnlon, County /.1 ; i..nr"J ;
.\. Friday afternoon doctor, was arrested '- grains'/dt marijuana and m'anufactur-;i /',p1tW0 4 building near the doctor's( : Cochran.
May 20 and 1ng '
?,!II acharged.wIt" growing marijuana ono a controlled substance'",.homely'marijuana > :- .trailer. Ho'rne Campbell was arraigned before Prof ess&i ana
,his property: Judge Bobby Lex j
.. following a lead from a"individual Friday afternoon Kirby Friday even- : '
) II!;' "" a search warrant ing. Bond was set at $23.000 total for
Dr. John! Campbell: who has offices 'an air-recognizance,'by the Bheriff's was obtained and 742 plants ranging the charges. Campbell was released ; ,:
4,;' In Lake Butler and Starke,was charg- office and the state attorney' office 'In size from four inches to three feet from the Union County Jail after he
,. 'eel with possession of more than 20 over the Campbell property rFvealed! were found growing lde the structure posted surety bonds early Saturday We Will Print Your
Envelopes
plants inside ,,
growing a roofless, 20' by i according to Investigator Larry morning.


Q ... ,. FHP' Predicts 30 Deaths. During Holiday Periods /i3A Reg. Envelopes /.

"' "., The Florida Highway Patrol concentrated patrol In an.effort-to:: which-Claimed the lives of 30 people $17. U '
\1\predict .that 30 persons may die on reduce the .number of .violation were reported statewide. I" O
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"."' Florida's streets and highway durIng which hopefully will reduce' the. There, were' '14 different contributing ,,R.r1 W per 1,000
the Memorial Day holiday period. number of traffic accidents. causes listed on these : : ) sag! ; :.. .. ,
The 78 hour period begins at 6 p.m. For the same period last year there reports. DUI or had been drinking'' tJqJ1fi : ), j'
Friday, May 27 and ends midnight were no fatal accidents in Bradford or was listed as a contributing factor ln. < : Jrng.I A,
Monday, May 30. Troopers will be on Union Counties but 27 fatal accidents nine of the 27 accidents. I .j j

Reward Offered I I 4
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: A'$600()'reward is being offered for . We Will Print Your Envelopes
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information I
; leading to the recovery of : I
*'. .a Container Detroit Diesel Engine stolen from { wren" #10-24 Reg. White Woven Envelopes
Corporation
near Graham. .
t.- The engine I '.'
was stolen late Friday
:or early Saturday morning, according it.a ritie flub $19. 9 O
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f '. .to the Investigator Don Denton. per 1,000
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Ii Anyone with information is asked to .
call the Bradford "
County Sheriffs Of- { \ :
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'May 19, 1903 'f; ,

';, UCI Escapees Captured ', I
By Valdosta Police TO THS!: CITIZENS OF STARKE, BRADFORD COUNTY. & SURROUNDING SHAGS

", AREAS I
Two Inmates who escaped from Because of concerned,caring people like you, the Starke Shrine Club was The trend this year Is for our .
Union Correctional Institution May 19 able to have a tremendous parade and chicken dinner Saturday May 14. shag carpets to be shorter and
were recaptured three days later in I When the final figures are in, we hope to make least$12,000. which. will denser. The reasons are twofold: We Will Print Your Envelopes
Valdosta, Ga..after they spent a nightin '
be spent entirely on crippled and burned children. practicality and attractiveness.
.' Acting a motel there.on an anonymous tip A special thanks to Police Chief Jimmy Bowen the Starke Police It has been found that shorter #10-24 Window Envelopes

'.\. Valdosta Police arrested Leon Judith Dept., Sheriff Dolph Reddish'& the Sheriffs. Dept, and the Highway shags don't tangle as much as the
.Tldwell. 38, and Howard Meredith Patrol for their help and cooperation. longer shags and they are easierto $22.50
Poppler', 31, at the EI 1 Carlo Motel With community support which was so evident we feel that our club clean. Also shorter shags provide per 1.000
i about 9 a.m. according to Capt. Bill will continue to be one of Morocco Temple's largest contributors. the same beauty as the
( ". .Register.The men were unarmed and' Your care and concern for burned and crippled children has caused us longer shag carpet, so attractiveness -
Offered no reslstance.according to to rededicate ourselves to this most worthy cause. is not sacrifled.
,. Register. We solicit your continued support.Many;many thanks. l Shag carpets provide that soft ,
I '". The inmates apparently drove to Through error the following name was omitted from the list of con- fleecy background to any room
the motel in a stolen Ford pickup tributors to the Starke Shrine Club STARKE Florida
: Pest Control. We whether they be long or short.
:1 truck with a Louisiana license plate
apologize for this Al Prices Based Camera
error. on Ready
Copy
and a Florida inspection sticker. The Come by today and see our selection
.! license plate did not match the truck Sincerely, of shags. For comfort and with one color
'{ according to Register. The inmates 'STARKE SHRINE CLUB style shag carpeting can't be!
\' checked into the motel about 11 p.m. Richard D. Cunningham beat.
i and paid$24.96 room rental In caah. president
The UCI inmates are in the
Valdosta city Jail awaiting extrida- r
tlon. According to Department of Corrections INTRODUCING Teal Tile
spokesman David Skipper it ,
r maybe several weeks before the uv, &>uCarpet'is7

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I I :' Injures Ills hands Bradford Printers

'--'F A Lake Butter, man injured his StyleCenter 110 W. Call St., Starke 964-5764
r:r 'hands when he attempted to stop his
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ft:,.. Plymouth, had parked In front of the' 114 N. Walnut 964-8113
;if Handy Way store on SR-100 In Lake n
," Butlers He left the key in the ignition SPECIAL OFFER t r
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g-' the car which jumped the curb and
20 /
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,'r..'..It with\ )his hands; according to All Hair Services thru June 1.1983 COIDpanAt
r". Trooper D. F, Peseta. Open Tues.-Sat. 9-5:30: Call for Appointment
": 'l "' Keith was treated by the Lake 9.991 sBe.udSo.p
fi "t; Butler Rescue and transported to''
1./; :.' Shands Hospital In Gainesville where
,.'. :::g;, he was treated and released. HEAT s PUMP BONUSSPECIAL mxmx
r. Damage to the vehicle was $200.
N ; Damage to the store wall which was

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determines our needs, ; Capt. rw tw
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Engineer Detachment said, :;
""' He ought to know, he and his unit
members are responsible for main-
taining the more than 78,000 training
acres at this Florida Army National 5 a"a,"+WaR,
Guard post
"Some of our power linemen\ are
employees of local electrical com-
panies and have first hand
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knowledge," Garcia said, as he spoke -
about his unit's annual two weeks active arts
duty training here. '.
Garcia, who as a State Farm Insurance -
agent an Jacksonville Beach,
.. travels more than 60 miles to monthly
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f ; many of his 57 unit members are skill-
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/ occupational training. An enviable
position for any commander to have.
f. Many NCO's and other
j ,", top non-
I related unit commanders wish th..irmen
could be so well cross-trained,
however, the FLAKNG'a 653rd
Engineer Detachment is an exceptionand
an example.

"Power line movement and re- _._
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our newest armory, as well as our Big job...
people maintaining refrigeration Several members of FLAKING 653rd Engineer Detachment Is a busy one Indeed as many of the maintenance task
equipment to all mess halls, that occur on the sprawling facility lie In wall formembers
get together to re-roof one of the picnic areas locatedat
carpenters doing roofing work in the
Ir 14ft post campground and at the service Camp Blanding.The unit's annual active duty tour here when they arrive each year.
{ club and barracks,keep our men very
busy. these two weeks," Garcia. added

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stabilizing roads and tank trails, also. I
are said.doing their duties at this post,"he II ., '

David Green
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outdoor and indoor electricians, too," "
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Reception and Medical Center priorto North
his arrest last June,conspired withan Price-e
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A mistrial was declared in March ,
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william Roy ElliotMr. Cemetery with Jones Funeral Home spector and also with Sunland Train of Jacksonville, and Cassie Horne of ty the daughter of the late Jimmy Funeral services were held at 10 r
William of Keystone Heights In charge of arrangements. ing Center In the transportation Lake City; and two grandchildren. Lipsey and Mrs. Walla J. Lipsey of a.m. Monday, May 23 at the First
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Roy Elliot, 94, of .. department. He was a member of the Funeral Services were held Sun Green Cove Springs, she attended the United Methodist Church of Starke r
Keystone' Heights Bradford, died Monday, May Masonic Lodge 27, at Lake City. day, May 22, at 2 in the Chapel of Suwannee County school system. with Rev. Warren Langer officiating. I.
23, In the County\ Hospital: Survivors Include four daughters: Archer Funeral Home of Lake Butler Mrs. Smith was the widow of the late Burial was in Hawthorne Cemetery
following a long illness Freddie L. ClarkMr. \Freda Kellman of Jacksonville; Debbie with Rev. James Countryman, of Foster Shl Smith of Starke, was a with Archie Tanner Funeral Home of
Born Jan. 28, 1889, In Ontario, CA, Freddie L Clark, 56( of Clark and Loretta Clark, both of ficiating. Burial will follow in Derail! member of the First United Methodist Starke in charge of arrangements.Mrs. I I
Elliot was a retired: Field Representative Brooker, died Thursday, May 19, in Jacksonville; and Ruth Cuadrado of Cemetery in Brooker, undPi the Church of Starke and was active in
for Wheaton College and had .the Bradford County Hospital after a New London, CN; four sons: Steve direction of Archer Funeral Home the First United Methodist Women In Ruby StricklandMrs. :
been spending all of his winters in brief illness. and Roy Clark, both of Worthington --- the church. Ruby Strickland of Starke died
Keystone Heights since 1978.He was a Mr. Clark was born in Columbia Springs; Freddie Clark, Jr.,of Spring Mrs. Mary Anne Smith Survivors include one daughter, Wednesday, May 25 In Alachua i
.member, /+'of the Park of the Palm County, moving to Brooker in his ear Lake, NC; and Casey Clark ofBrooker'k Mrs. Mary Anne Smith, 65, of Mrs. Shi Anne Shimer of St. General Hospital following an extended .
Ch rch .; ly life where he has resided since. ; three brothers, Sam Clark Starke died Saturday morning May Augustine; two sons, James illness. :
\Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. He was the son of the late Willie L. er; Elzey Clark of Lake 21, at North Florida Regional "Jimmy" Smith Starke and Steven Funeral services were Incomplete ;
Jean Oliver of Alberta, CA; Mrs. Clark and Polly E. Luke. lie worked Butler, and Jimmy Clark of Starke; Hospital in Gainesville following an Smith of Hampton; her mother, Mrs. at press time and will be announcedlater I.
Albert Irish of Lanley British Columbia with the State of Florida AgricultureDept. four sisters, Effie Hodge and Mamie extended illness. Walla Llpsey of Green Cove Springsand by Archie Tanner Funeral Home \
CA; three brothers, J.E. Elliot of Born and raised in Suwannee Coun nine in Starke.
Ellyn ., where he was a livestock In-. Tucker both of Brooker; Mary Ryals grandchildren.
Glen IL, Harold A. Elliot of
Portland,OR and Howard A.Elliot of .

Ontario CA.'Funeral f r Items Available At G&Y Family C.nt.n Only,GOOd thru 5/30/ ,
services were held in
Portland, ,OR. Local arrangementswere
provided by Jones Funeral .
Home of Keystone Heights.

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William F. Farley, Jr.

William Fi Farley, Jr., 67, native of
Jacksonville, died Friday, May 20, In 4
the St. Vincent's Medical Center, _
'\t following a long illness. .. quality flu meLif
\t' Born on Nov. 7, 191$, in JacksonVille I
Mr. Farley retired as district
sales manager of Seaboard Coast
Line/L and N Railroad In Atlanta,
GA, after 41 years service. rand favorites! '
Mr. Farley served as a pilot in the
U.S. Army Air Force in the Southwest
Pacific, and retired as a
Lieutenant/Colonel from the U.S. Air
Force Reserve. He has resided in I
Keystone Heights for the last four

years.Survivors.
include his mother; Mrs.
Ida S. Farley of Jacksonville; a
brother,Edward J.Farley of Atlanta
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Rosary services were held at 7:30 ,
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member Game and Fresh Water Fish
1 here Friday; May 13. M
Commission on "

principle The Commission regulations also governing approved Type in r Safety Red'j 10 lb. Bag Charcoal '

II wildlife management areas and _
regulations .for ,hunting on,national '
wildlife refuges."! ..GardenKingsford; Lighterp.
Included in the approved regula- .
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were some changes In the, deer ft.Charcoa I FluidReg.
will
season. The either-sex deer day 1/2"x.50
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county-maintained -
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In other business, the Commissionr9
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vehicles,other than those! essential to
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Road in the Big Cypress'
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'i t.newest".,The Commission member J.H.al8Gwelcomed Baroco of Pen-its Better QualityWMnr\, / &Lower Prices!

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Over 4,000 viHllors plant. I lovcro .from ull nvci' the - Annual Union Correctional Inai+lute lust weekend to sample Bume ol a t of f '
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T The vocational horticulture program was initiated In 1959 by M.B, Jordan and 8:30.7: Mon.Sat.
the end of the year show has become more popular with each passing season. -
The prison itself displays the inmates creative work throughout Its 70-acre expanse Food Stamps Welcomed 964-8290
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pavillion where the show was moved this year after being held previously at the Quality RI his Reserved
correctional officer's clubhouse The new facility can hold twice as many plant
displays as the old building.
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Over 80 inmates are now enrolled In the vocational-horticulture program and Heavy-Western .. $159
32 of those entered 18 exhibits each in the show, according to Vocational Chuck
Agriculture Instructor,Stanley Crawford Roast. . . 'lb.)
h The inmates pulled out all the stops for this year's show In the new location .
: giving away free plants to each guest while an inmate band played background
music as the guests strolled around the displays.One Chuck Steak $169
of the most outstanding displays created by the inmates was a large map . . .Ib.
of Florida made out of plant displays, each representing the state's 27 major .
prisons,the five regionaadministration centers and the Department of Correc : $159
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area.Other participants among the inmates involved In the show were from Fresh LeanGround
classesin graphic carpentry and painting programs and landscaping.
artsi $129
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Judges, made members of the Florida federation of Garden Clubs Beef . . lb. ,
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A huge map of Florida was created by inmate dossiers at the Union' Correction Crowds'gather under the shaded pavillion located in front of UCTs new multi Closed Mondt Memorial
Institute's Annual Flower and Horticultural Show. purpose building, where the show was moved to this year for the first time. y Day

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persons Interested in organizinga who will to show their spirit by wear 4/ Anniversary
local club of Florida State Seminole ing any casual Seminole attire. You 17
Boosters are encouraged to attend a do not have to be an alumnus of FSU i
meeting next Thursday June 2, at just a supporter, Milner suggests. Roundup IIIIimID
7:30: p.m. in the back of the Western Any person from Bradford Union,
Steer Steakhouse in Starke. Clay area Is welcome.
The Seminole Boosters is a private _
If you plan to eat, please come organization, affiliated with FSU at Terwiliegar Motors'
earlier as the meetin will begin at 7:30: ( which serves to enhance athletics and I .
and last approximately one hour, including academics at Florida State. If you
the showing of the 1982 foot would like to become a Booster but Value :
ball highlights film. cannot make the June 2 meeting call Special Packages :1"
Organizer Bob Milner asks those Bob after 5:JO p m. at 964-69O4. T



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Jackson Builders Supply... of contemporary colors. clip. Excellent writing surface. Hole for,
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')(* .. MOMllHOMIi- SERVICES CLASSINID ADVIRTISING LAKE LOT on sand bottomed .M Bradford 'Printerst: ,:

"fished. In M.I'.... area.F should be submitted to the lake In Hlllc'.... S80O NEW .l9pi Concord: 14 It.
'. ., coupl. or bachelor, CARPENTRY AND MASONRY lake Region Monitor offlco .down. $146 44 par month.' mobllahomo, 2BR., diameter round with metal 110 W. Call St., Starke 964-5764 ,
:;165mo. plus utilities. WORK Building polios In writing and paid In od- Phone 473-4OSB ar CH/AC/cqthedral: callings, ',am.. Excellent condition, '
:<; ll 479-1368. 9/26 Itcha additions, remodeling, vanca unl... credit Is 473-4367 aftar 6 p.m. S/} Iovoly4kltchan\ with bay S35O. CAMPER SHELL: for I I 1S
:OIFICI PACE facing homes and Hie work. Fr.. already established with tfnchg window;; On wooded 'lot Fleelslde short wheel base .
:L w.ne. llvd. Next door estimate*. '''on. 473-4473 this' office.Classified. BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA with lake' privileges. W ton pick-up S79. DRINK I .'
"fo Andrews O'UU.1.0 during day. 9/3 tfnchgCARPINTER deadline' Is access lots from $9MO.! $200/mo. owner finance BOX: antique Coca Cola, I \
several largo offices for WORK Tuesday noon prior to $300! down. $71.74 per Call/ 473-3671 allar 6 p.m. $3'. Call 473-2962. 3/26 i .
rani In rear of building Memodellng work, kitchen Thursday publication. month' Discount on entire and weakands. 5/26 'Itchg llpdCOMPltTI PROPERTY fOllALI
facing Flamingo. Call cabinets and trim carpen Minimum charge I I. IS 10 ocr.... One watorfront SUN RED NECTERINISlUPlck. WATERBED Also .. BY
4733411. 5/S tfnchg2BR. try. Reaionobla prices. word 'for $2.75. then. 10 lot./ Call 473-437S. 3/3 $3 a pack. W. H. heat pump and air condi TH.UNITIOITATnO'AME.ICA', ,
HOUMi on Gatorbono Call 473-2477 after 3.3O: cent for each word Ifnchg Dukes Grandln 639-2233. tioner. Call 473.4186. 9/26 f r
lako.. Croat roam, deck p.m. 5/3 tfnchg iherNfiM.MISCELLANEOUS. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY on 9/26 Itchg Itchg C Notice I. hreby given that the United States of I
:"A/C wood stove ttorago, CARPET AND VINVli repairs corner of Lawrence Blvd. AKC WHITE GERMAN America, acting through eke Farmer Home Administration E
"- :13501 mo. First and .lost and Installations. F,.. and) Flamingo near SR-10O SHEPHEROl pupplas, top < United It.... Department of Agriculture
:deposit, call 473-2839. animates. Ten years ex and) SR-21 Intersection hoe, very beauHu(200/ '" ........ .... will sell .. Is, the following described. prop."' ''. Complete
:'S/26-6/2 2tchg perience. Call 473-4217 BINGO..AMERICAN 4-ioporoto otflco complexes Call 479-1368. 9/26 Itchg legal descriptions, arrangements. fer Inspection of!
\;.:OFFICE SPACE.downtown and ask for Craig. 3/3 LEGION NAIISr-21, Saturdays ; corner lot with entrance ENJOY swimming pool the properties and additional' Information may be obtained
'..... to States Farm ttnchg 7 p,m. Public Invited. on 3-dds of lake Lilly access and 2 S Call DodsSubscribe THE by contacting the County Supervisor..ndle......
;:Keynone Center, LOCAL EARLY RETIREE S/S tfnchg. building. Owner financed acres with charming country BREAKTHROUGH
llaO/Mo; Keystone wonts day work. Cutting ALCOHOLICSANONVMOUSl with law Interest '0'.. Call 3BR., 2 both horn. Today BIO ITEM 1.. 11 acres, fenced, with leyer houses, 112sa.
i Hclghli Realty/ Inc., maintaining.. lawns. Small Clo..d 473-4920 or 473-3411 5/5 Family ,room rock LAKE REGION M ft. CB coaler building and a .." well and pump,
:'REALTOR 473-4961. 5/9 point |obs washing house mealing Monday B p.m. tfnthgI97S fireplace 3 Hunter paddle MONITOR NEW.USED CAR BUTS located 16 mil. South of lako City, Columbia. County
.tlnchgURNISHEDt oaves. Any handyman Open meetings Friday. B TORANADOl one fans, eat-ln-kltchen, rol.ed KIAD..aUVi.SCLLJU8TCAU
9/21/S2.
.-( lako front cotItog. |obs. Call 4732568. p.m. ...'--. Monday 8p.m. driver 37.OOO mllas. A/C living room calling, Indoor 473-2210 (Acquired )
'- ; ., IBR.. A/C boat 3/12-26 3tpdMOTHERTEACNlRt All moetlngs atEducational AM/FM radio with tapadock. cedar trim work brick 9646305Classified
: Will BID ITEM J- 10-aero hog farm with farrowing hausa,
dock, scroan porch near Community Excellent condition
Building patio cool deck, fence and
: Coll 473-4186. for school. Inilda front wheel. finishing slab .." wall .nd pump and mobile homo site
< Keystono. care your ago Church: 473-2790 or and out utility hed. Hugh Edwards
.,'9/26 tfnchg child during summer. Fenced 47V2I30. S/S tfnchgOVERSATERS drive, disc brakes. power Realty. REALTOR, 372-1531 located near Worthlngton Springs. Union County. (Acquired -
:.: }M. MOMllHOMIi/ fumlsh- yard on Lake Santa Fa ANONYMOUSNo steering power brokas, or after hours 473-3239. I/20/S1.)
'c :.d. on loka Geneva between. Keystone Heights "duet fees or weigh In*. axcallant tires. Con be '9/26-6/2 2tchg
.- .$!60/mo. plus utilities.'Phono4734149. and M....... .25/...... lun- Open moetlngs Tuesoy'. seen at Chevron Food Mart SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL BID ITEM 1.. 100 acres located IS miles South.. Laka CIty

.j 9/26 l tpdLOSTFOUND ch/inack/actlvltles.. Call 7:30 p.m. Community SR 100 and 21. 473-4907. PUMPSt pipes, and fittings.BryanAce ait County Road 131. Complete farrowing house, shed
J 473-1617 after May 28. Church Educational S/S tfnchg Hardware, and shades far swine, fattening slab with automatic

;i ; 3/26-6/2 2tchg Building Keystone 197 FORD CREW-CAB Keystone Heights, feeders, small catch pens* 1 groin bins, scales,
;. Well DOi Interior house Heights, 473-2790. 9/3 TRUCKt loaded 40.000 473-4006. 9/26 tfnchg elevator, stainless steel nitrogen tank; two 4* .....m.,-
.r it INCHt gold bead cleaning. Have ..._... tfnchg miles, Excellent condition, REALTOR. slble pumps and one ." Irrigation well Columbia Coun
Reasonable ,at... Call BINGO Lions Club $6.500. Call 473-7013 ovanIng -
: necklace. found please acres ty. (Acquired 3/21/B1.)
ten 473-4816 or 473-474O. 473-7810 and leavo name from high chool. *. 3/19-26 2lpd r "i JANE S. USHER
;'I, 5/2611chg and phone number. Tuasdoys. Early Bird 7 1970 TRAVEL TRAILER 24 ft., 1 Steve BroadwayTREE 'FOR BID ITEMS 1.2. AND 1 CONTACT MR. DANNY

9/26-6/2 2lpd. p.m.; Regular, 7:30 p.m. .alf contained and In excellent 1 SERVICE j Year Union County Realtor GARLAND 192 S. FIRST STREET, "LAKE! CITY FLORIDA
Public Invited. S/S condition $2.!lOCI.
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HELP T'HES Call 473-4185. 5/19-26 l Removal 'f "".2126 or "".2903
(- 360 W.Main/ St., Lake Butler
;,. WANTED r OFFICES I94B 2tchg VW BEETLE look Trimming 1 BID ITEM 4-. 1 bedroom, '/: bath frame dwelling an124acro

: : SHOP sharp, needs motor. Hokeoff. Free Estimate : farm tract approximately 79 open land
:, ilCINSRDCOSMOTOLOGISTl totl.aua. .,. 473-4185 3/19-26 : Firewood ti .LAKI BUTLERl with balance In wood., 1 miles Southeast ofG..ba.
Full or r 96MS761a 3 BR, 2 BA. C/' homo, new roof very attractive ... Cadsdan County. (Acquired I2/17/B2.)

', : port time. Call 4752211i .n.. '.2tchg...2IATH HOUSIt by Anytime decor., CH/A. One-Plus. acre, fenced yard landMoped. -
; Doris' Hair Clinic. 5/3 _.--- __'. Assumable B 3/4 CONTACT MR. JOE BALKCOM, 2140 W. JEFFERSON ST.,
tfnchg percent mortgage, j 473-4732 i .3 BR, 1% BA. C/B home fenced, CH/A, large kitchen QUINCY FLORIDA 32351* PHONE 904/B7S-4004..

$"1.000. Grova I'r..', After 5 P.M.Kaysfona 1 .bids. from Main SI.. <
.- ../ good neighborhood. Family Height i[ *3 BR I Vi BA. Neer RMC. Needs minor repairs. BID ITEM 5IS7 acres((120 In cultivation) divided Into 1

4-6305 room. "A/C Ben Franklin Lakefront Property.Three tracts, one of approximately IS acre wHh '/ mil
Used Mobile Homes _"* fireplace, four celling fans. L llconsod: .k.!Insured.:. ..j Mobile. Homes for .ol.. highway frontaga and one 72-acre tract eparated from
9/16 itchy MVt-3-6-10 acres, 3 miles from Lake Butler, Owner the, first tract by approximately '" mile located 11
; 2 & 3 Bedrooms TAKE ONECLASSIFIED 1913 HONDA MB-S 90CCMOTORCVCLSi .-a-- financed. Wooded and cleared. 'miles North of Pence do lean. Holmes County.. (Acquired
like new For Sal. PROVIDENCE) I/U/B2.)
only 2600 mllas. Excallant 3-8 acre tracts. Owner financed.
Ono full yaor warranty 3 BR Concrete Block
conditioned AD for teenagers or just running trimmed In brick. Located .10 acres with homeslte. Owner financed. BID ITEM-. I17S .... ft. brick veneer dwelling on 50
Complafoly, around town. Co.t over ,...
.THEY WILL at 720 NE,3rd. St. near 40 .c Wooded acras ((140-acres In cropland IBS acre permanent
.. $800-1011 for $400. ALSO
John D. Brown : Lake. AlFORDi. pasture. IS acras In ponds and 200 acres woodland)
CALLYOU/ 10 ft. aluminum Jon boot .3 BR, IM BA brick home. Corner /lot.Some
used twice 100. Call 2 BR- ,14'xU1' : financing located 6 miles West of Banlfay. Holmes County. (Acquired

Home Center Inc. THE MORNING 4737348. 9/26 I tad ono-12'2'. living; ,room .vallable.. 12/OB/B2.)
13'x20': dining>' room 4 BR home en one ac...
12'Kir; kitchen 17x17; WORTHINGTON SPRINGSi BID ITEM 7-> 1420 sq. H. t.l.-..".1 log house en 2S7 acres
SR-21 473-3775 Keystone HI U. RtTmoclvling den IJ'xW with fireplace. M0.5 wooded ..... located Northw.it Westvllle on dirt road about 2
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W/W carpet on hardwood 3 BR home, comer lot en SR 121. miles West off Highway 1B1. Approximately ISO acres
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Repair: floors. 1.76 acres of land. Very attractive a BR home with extra large additional In pasture, balance In woodland and lake. Holmes

CALL George Langley building for business. opportunity at home.xthl ,County (acquired 9/10/S2)).,This property may .be purchased
Union County 496-2SOS .ideal. country location 2 In I. 01 ana forgo !reef. In single tract*, ar In combinations
H.J. THOMAS ; ._.-0_. t"..... described as follows!

Ads 496-3283
> Ads BID 'ITEM 7-1-.ThrN story"A" frame log(house.with avar
RspBlrs Window Screens Door I *LIKE NEW MOBILE HOMIi a BR, 2 BA en IB acres. 3,000 square feet of heated .._. Cattle holding pens
;:, WANTED FOR SALE Build Cabinets Paint Mostly cleared and planted In Bahla. and clever. 3 Get Results and loading chutes. V mile frontage on graded dirt
"" ? good Need storage IN..... Call for appointment.VINIAO / road, fenced on three sides. Two hundred feet of lake.
: ..... Build Additions. 1'101 ""'''.! nu n, HOME IN TOWNl" Walk to....pplng.BBR Ii i frenwO1PPreN.. .40 ocresu ; ,...c--' .,, ..o.. ,m
WILL PAY CASHiPer your us. ABAO BOXER'Puppies, top Rip.** or Mew' I '. YCrr Mer P-do.MN. "'N fenco4. ; ; b-lH 32 =: '
ed mobile ........ land ...".. e.rpatrT Mealy I '" nj "'''',,H' It p. "
Ray quality $250 each. Female Lake Butler or StarkB BID ITEM 7.1...," ass with ever'700"'ft.: frontage On
Powell 496-3377. TFN lIlt brlndle for show or *BEAUTIFUL:LAKE GENEVAi; 100 feet; an i lake. Good graded dirt road and 2,000 ft. lake frontaga. Approximately

:TWO MUSCOVIV DRAKES breeding call "496-2307 j beach nicely (landscaped shadsd.. 2 BR, 1 BA home. 3S acres of open .land,' balance In lake. and
and four duck.form this' eradfolnlng
ot. Call
Large far
call lake Butler. ChampionBloodline. ( appointment..Neighborhood woods.

496-2259 with county quote. I-pd Itpd 9/26. : Business Opportunity
5/19 FRESH GREI BIANSl Convenience Store With Gas BID ITEM 7-lll-Apprax. 10B acres with 2400 ft. of Joke.

WANTED SHOMIS Manufacturer Machin. cut R.G. Thomas : For Lease C frontage and over 1,000 frontage en graded dirt read
needs five homesites Packing Hou... Phone' (IS acres of open 'land 10.1.".,. In .fake. and wood.).
to display n.w 1983 In- 462-1203' S3 per bushel) : C
ground pool. Groat ....- 2tchg. .Need _.Ight ........ with strong marketing skills. .JY1 21.. BID ITEM S.. 391' acres with 240 acre .In cultivation and.
Ings If your homo quallf' .. Stare currently. company, operated. a small"lok.,1.000' highway froMeO..nd B.OOO on dirt
Call collect anytime Call Janice Capital required for grocery Inventory.Ne Properties Inc. roads completely fenced. Also has frame dwelling
904-721-8332. 4-chg 3/3 good will or franchise f_. High volume location REALTORS (QQ4)9644231GaineSVille which has .been reserved as life estate for prior__.
5/26 Subscribe Today available. In Lake Butler end Stark.. This property I Ir located approximately 6 miles Nor-
UNION COUNTY Call Collect: Fr.d Powell ,hw." of Wetrvllle on Highway 1BI. Holmes County.

YARD SALE TIMES Area Cod B 13-870-3030 : (Acquired 10/01/12.) This' properly may bo purchased
Sun as ono large parcal./ slngla tracts of In combinationsthoreof
496-2281
YARD SALIi Saturday, May described. as followsi

28. on 121 past Johnstown Route Carrier: .
Church first dirt rood or PIONEER BID ITEM B-l-107 1 acres with over'.000 feet of highway
loft, .look for ilgns. Two air Custom Wood Product ELECTRIC CO. NeededFor frontage. 4 aero lake, approxlmataly B7 acres In
conditioners. Phone Sunshine Industries cultivation. fanced an two sldas. Has a frame dwelling
496-2865. Itchg 5/26. I Tralloc Pole Special) Stark. Area reserved In life ..,_ far previous OW".'.
$14.95 200 AMP.$250

PERSONALSERVICES Display Planter Delivered Anywhere Mull have reliable car and post ca.h bond. BID ITEM B-II--40 acres with % mile frontage on graded
In Bradford CNntyTutoring Fill dirt ...d.26 acre of open land and small .lako. Fancied
7113043 out application at Gainesville Sun 408
( on one slda.
.Garden Fencing- cents per a-N. section MOMIB South,Walnut St... Stark; Florida.

HANDYMANi kitchens, bathrooms Remodeling, HOME SKIRTING SI.00 per ft. (Free Installation 964-S170 Mark Rolling 37B-14U BID ITEM B-lll-40 acres with % mile frontage an graded
quality work for available. ) 'CUSTOM MADE TOMATO STAKES pellets. dirt road,-approxlmataly half wooded and half openland.
reasonable prices. RichardIn and many ether. wood rdct. available' let us do Fenced on one side.
lake lut''.". Phone' your speclel |ob. (Cypress, Pins. oak). We speclellio r .r
496-3054. Itpd 5/12. In custom cuts. Save $$$$$. Summer Catch-up HelpIn f t BID ITEM i-IV-40 acres with approximately 900 feet of
Call ,...,*" come by our shop an Route "W_. ERA
WOULD LIKE TO KEEP YOUR ar Elementary Skills frontaga an graded dirt rood 24 acres of open land,
CHILDi Any ago child In my next to Olln's Trailer Pert. oz. ......o..e. In ....dlo..... Fenced .n one .1....
home weekdays from 7 Piano Lessons FAULKNER

o.m. until 6 p.m. Would ..ooesesreaosesaee.esaesewoose.oe.e.6OPEN Children or Aduh BID ITEM 8-63.crs with % mile frontage on graded
also Ilka to do house clean. HOUSE Summer Is an Ideal timeto REALTY dirt toad approxlmataly half wooded and ...If openland.
Ing laundry and Ironing. start. Exp.cert_".". Fenced along road. .
'1_.. call 496-3731 and Varna Schmidt ,

o.k for Karen. 4tchg. ,*.-.n.. 964-5065 .r BID ITEM 8-VI-"acres with'A mile frontage an .graded.

dirt rood, epproxlmota'y! half wooded and half open
NOTICECLASSIFIED p land. Fenced along read .

't's IB LAKEFRONT
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ADVERTISING BID ITEM B-VH-2B acre with mostly.open land fenced
should submitted to the W.HDriHing LOTS on two sides. graded. road frontaga an two side
Union County Times office M e. IcEAlIQR't22l .
In writing and paid In advance Y- SATURDAY r ..PORE liD ITEMS B, *. 7 and S CONTACT MR.: AUBREY

unless credit Is .. '". ,.:.:,. 'MAVSe, tf83 SAPP 110 E. PA.. AVI., {BOMFAV FLORIDA 334M,
already established with :: :: PHONE 904/S47-4277.
this oHIco. 2" thru 6" let oyette St.Across from Wishbone 10:00A.M.. -

THE TIMES STAFF CANNOT Fast Rotary ;'.*: j < OFFICI HOUS Inspect from 9,a.m. 'BID ITEM 9- Hag farm developed en M.t acre, Will ec-

BE HELD RSSPONSMU FOR Drilling Equip. 'Mon>" l>ri.-S, I...'.11NoN 'como.... owe 200 ._.. Easy access to paved. ...".
MISTAKES IN CLASSIFIEDS ;,.lfo a i 7"" "fl' .' TERMS: Adequate grain storage located. 12 mile' West of live

THE WHEN TELEPHONE AD IS TAKEN, OVER .State. .UcBnsedPomps. . . FARMS .IJ% dawn Oak en South .Id. of Mrtchall ...... Suwannea County.Acquired .
6 Bj'' .' i' ( H/07/S2.) -
Classified deadline Is TUES ,... Up to 90 yra. to pay :

DAY. NOON prior to ., . ... . . ,,We hove" .severof.nice farms we would. IXX INTEREST CONTACT. MR. 'WALLACE MCCORMICK. 1302 11th St..
Thursday publication.Minimum / Conerly Estates 'like to shew ",
'V\f you. SW LIVE OAK FLORIDA
9500. PHONE
904/142-30M.
: New & UsedalesePartsoServiCE LOCATION '
charge k IS : '
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cants words for for S2.7S.each then word 10 Starke $ HWV Ml Nt 20 acre large h-_. ,:' 6 Ml. SE, of KaystonoHeights The ssle will be by sealed/ bid.' Bids will bo received. until .

E-Z TermsJPltamblng HWY' tM Wi 30 ac... Brick I BM 1% BA. Ft on State Road the public opening which will .be at ItM F\M.t Juno 6,
thorooft.
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remodeled. from.hausa .' IOO from Itorke-rgo Eait I9B1. ., the office
: Saturday May 28 .HWY 14 li ;40 .acres. lovely of the State Director Farmer Homo
> wfth Ie. swoon porch. an SR-10O to Keystone-; Administration, Room,It. Federal 1u1l..1.... 401 SB.lot

: INSURANCEMAINE 2 to 4 P.M. . . . . .OFF 221 Wt 29 acres with old fi.-up farm hevse.CRAWFOW .. continue I. la the an AUCTION' SR-100 SITE.for aml. A.e., Gainesville, Fl 12M2.

New Installation ROB 60 acres with Ceder/Cyprete .3BR. .
lids .be entered ;
must
.n official .bM forms which; ...
BA ham.MOROAN ..,, -Look lor CAMPEN may
: INSURANCE AGECYi **- Remodeling Repair } t BEN obtained from
any of the abew ......_. olds _.
.
: 160 S. loko Avo.. Loketutl.r. 5 ERA I : BO IB acres with C/B flu-up home.H AUCTION signs' t I''be accompanied by a IX "bid deposit. "'
496-3970. Complete / Darranee fY USa |..,}..outIfut, ) .......wlth super nice 4BR ,

Insurance Service. TFN FAULKNER . ,. ,'1 BA ho M.' :'- FREE-register for our Sole will''be cash or net .bas man 10* aavmpaymeat.
9/19 .PUMP & RISINO ROt OH Hwy 129-42 acts.with comfortable "WIN'-UP TO (6,000.00"GSM with not mare than 2* ._..... yearly payments or
DRAWING.
REALTY/ C/B a BR, t BA home'- "'" 100 equal amortised payment wfth the finance charge .
HOMES 1 SUPPLY this bemtMwl 01 '.11 'and
.ttfc ufIO-HWY MSi Don't miss Brochure three-quarter percent annual percentage
FOR SALE COMPANY'8841V. C"I" ....... ; Fro*.Contact B rate ((10.7SX) on the! unpaid ".....?,

f 964-5065 ... . . ." . 221.21 acme with "/*. Oeubl.wid.y !Men' Map
MWY These ......., will be ; teO.d'te' .
p. told without
,'I LOOKING rot 0 IpOdafj eirtrasAtfr'i.; ..A* ;,, BEN CAMPEN I roc '
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j piece 1 of property- don't. FARMSr Call lor .....11.{ craa4. 10.,..... ierylenr mrtr/rol slaters 01 tra
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-JANE S. USER. REALTOR [9.Rf Sttar.. >It MHlfi "A';tv.f"tPO"Y you sad lie./ Raol Estate 1 ,1..".

496-212*or 496-29O3 ova.. .a t.R Lltd ... ... . .,...... ..'" (I Yl/e r.bably h..i ?. Broker The United liat.. rf America r reserve per rtabt. to rra,.,' ,

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FOR RENT FOR RENT HELP FOR SALE FOR SALE PERSONAL '"

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CLASSIFIED, ADVERTISING MIMOSA MANOR WANTED \
should be .ubml".... MOBILE IXCELLENT LOCATION DUNCAN PHYFE DININO SERVICES
to the HOMI PARK BICYCLES 26"Cruisers; .boy;;
Bradford Mobil. Thr. bedroom, 2 Both HEAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE ROOM SUITE Cherry
Telegraph and
horn. girl 20"
office In writing and and ipaco*far rent. home with family room, available for wood. China cabinet, bullet BMX type. EXPERIENCED! PAINTERt .
Scholarship Good
pold Recreational selection' also # 1ii'ttiikirn: !
In advance *unlos credit Italready welcome. Phone vohlclei<468-2913$ garage, largo yard unlicensed p.,.....*. ERA table w/leal.' 6 chair and repair far most bike part. Neat work., Fr.Interior,estimate or exterior -. ; J

established with 9/1611n CH/coollng. Stove, relrlg. Faulkner Realty. 964-303. $300. ,Call 7B2-3296. 5/26 Mick Bros.. ".. .S...... 5/26 Reasonable t
this office. and carpeting $325 .10/28 tin Itpd prlctl with .
THE TfLECBAPH STAFF MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT month. Call 9641910.19 Subscrlb.Todoyl' I UED ALUMINUM PLATESl24x16" BEAUTIPUl SPUNKY Sorrel good references/ Call LREALTY
One mil. from Storke city Quarter Hone, no paper 964-3177 Itpd 3/26 'i
CANNOT HilO KSPON.IIHI llmlti.: tina i MOBILE HOME SALESMAN, 25 cent each. Used 2 ;
Clean. Hwy. 16 W. BR I', yrs aid unbrok.. $SOl)or EXPERIENCED BABY CARE
BATH In
FOR MISTAKES IN Call 468-1323 10/07 tfn. HOME with Experienced. Contact printing newspaper. trade for broke horse. and child :
CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS CH/A, stove, relrlg. $260 Olln' Mobil. Home Sale, Great for minor repair Phone care available. & I
964.5078.
TAKEN OVER THI KITCHEN/EFFICIENCY Room for month first and lailln advance. Hwy" 100 W..t. Stork. |lob. ."'.," County BOAT. 3/26 Ichg Reasonable rates to all. PilOttE 964-1716
rent at low MOTOR > TRAILER: Cathy" Prevolt County. Rd OECELIIERWILLEUR ""
1
TELEPHONE.Classified 964 9904. ttchg 64-3406.. 5/05 IfnCONYINIINCE Telegraph. 964-6305. tin.
,weekly rate. Call $850. for Information call 323, S. 205 N. 14
Tempi 5/26 10" TABLE Hampton Fl, ample StarkeI
deadline I TUESDAY i STORE SAW. 36" 4 '
Motel' 964.8003 .
after ,
9647357. 9/16 6pm. 3/26 468 1603 5/26 2tpd 6/2
drawer oak desk
NOON. prior to EOW/tlrt Neat, dependable person and floor
Thursday publication. CLEAN WANTEDAXLES with cashier or related ex fan, wall heater a misc.,. REGISTERED OUROC SOAR PIANO LESSONS) In my ,,!
MOBILI HOMES for perience. Apply In HA. Coleman 964-5484. 14 month old, with home, keyboard andtheory. I SPECIAL M

word Minimum far $2.75 charge, than!I. IS 10 to rent. On Hwy. 16 W. Cloe la Eastern Stcr.. 2O9 person S.Temple. S/" 3IChg /02 pap.r.. 964-6974. S/26 Phone 964 4387. I LOCATION I LOCATION I 1404
prison. Call 468-1323 a TIlES 2 axle. + 4 CMURCHi 3/26 Itchg
cent for .ach word 10/07 tin. tire. W. 3/12 tfn MOTORCYCLE 1978 Suzuki 34K20equipped, BILL'S SAW JE. Call St., 3 BR, 2 BA. CHSA on
thereafter pick.up. $'00. ,WORK AT HOME. Job GS40O. excellent condition can be used for dwelling SHOP Complete 1:
WITHIN CITY LIMITS 3 BR. You deliver. $129. Olin. available. substantial earnings asking 750., phone nice lot country location sharpening service, circular I nlc*. large corner lot. Only

FOR RENTS I I'/t BA home. $335 per Mobil. Home Sales, Hwy. poulbl. no ex 533-2960. 8/19 2tpd 5/26 by appointment. 4732442. hand carbide, chain $39.500 I. ":

mo., $200 security depotII 100 W Starke. 9645606.! p.rl.nc. Call ((312)) CAMPER 1979 23% loot mower blade kollwground '0

r.qulr.d. Call 964-7404 6/22 741-978O. Dept.2120 for In Coachman Travel Trailer HOMES and balanced. MAGNOLIA HOTEL One el Starke'* 'landmarks It
.and ask for David' Eddie. SOMEONE TO RENT TO Leave at Jackson with 35 II
H FURNISHED *rit 1,1quir. or formation. 3/14 2tpd S/26. excellent condition, must Building roams, bathrooms Appro H
.at Tockl.Io", 341 N. Alter 5 P.M.. call. 964-7450. OWN or rent month to ,,CRUISE SHIP JOBS I Croat .Income sea to appreciate: many FOR SALE Supply In Stark. Kiyston ".167 sq. ft. On ... acres from Post Office. _

T.mpl..1/261tpd. 4flltfnchg month Office furniture, potential,all occupation extra, asking $4,500: Heights or Lok. Butler. Woman's Club and Florida Bank.

EFFICIENCY APTI 3 mll.. OCEANPRONT CONDOMINIUM typewriter calculators. *. For Information call phon. 5332960. 9/19 2tpd MUST SEll FIRST MORTOAOEl TFNchg LUXURY BRICK, Hampton Lake, Ha _

South ol Stark. an RENTAL Also ha.. one heavy duly. ((312) 7419780. Ext. 2120. 5/26 Starke area. SEWING MACHINES .everything. $ ".OOO..

Westdde, Sleita Motal. Weekly or monthly. Fully copying machine. Hurry S/19 2tpd 3/26 ESTATE SALSi Houshold fur- $8.900 at 16% secured by RSPAIREDi AIL makes -I.234 A, Prime location. 301 1 Irame hau,.. .,.
furnished 2 or 3 BR Pool- Come by today and chock cleaned, oiled and ad-
9/2
Itehg I,CARE FOR YOUR or 'loved ... tome antique 4 $33,000 $"5.000. ,
Must
I I* unfurnished hou.. Jacuiil-Ueoch. The Ocean us out. THE OFFICE SHOP properties. lusted. SIS. Work 3
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547 W. a250'
In misc. Madison 301
on. home or mine. on by II00d.ap. Best location.
9646841. 5/26 Itchg Gallery" A-I-A South, StAugu.tlns. 110 W. Call St.. Stark. Saverol your" Former Andrews home ell because of.death. guaront..... James $110.000. .11
, 1-904-471-6663 961-5764. rfnSubscribe year, professional ((904)) 489.1463 between Strickland corner Morgan _
FURNISHED APARTMENTlThro experience. Temp phonal I 9646416. 5/26 Itpd ':30 and S asa acres, .plenty of timber. Highlands.
4/28 6tchg 6/02 Today I p.m. Monday Rd. and Hwy. 16. TFNchg
roomi and both. 64-4103.. 3/26 Itpd ALL-IN-ONE. Bunk Bed.. Set:. 5100.000.
Prlvato and NEAR HISTORIC ST. WANTED FIVE HOMESl through Friday. 4/28 tfn8Y TYPEWRITER REPAIR) Call
yard with
.
driveway.UtIlIties ALES HELP WANTED Motion Complete dresser
From home
I 21 acre $18.700.
furnished. AUGUSTlNIOc.onfrontcondominium Manufacturer need five OWNER 2-itory 3 BR, 2 the Office Shop 110 W. appro
and
No large trade exchange closet pace .3 BR. 2 BA. CH/A. Bssent Rd. $44.700. -
homeslte Call St.
children-No p.ti. Phono rental to display new bookcase. Clean and In IA. CH/A. good location Storks for details.
ha ale..
career
964-5464. 5/05 Ha Weekly or monthly rental 1983 In-ground pool opening This I Is a full lime good condition. Call an North Walnut St. 964-3764. tin 14.71 acres on 230A t Wilson Rd. $11,000.

ALMOST NEW 3 Bit. 2 BA 2 BR, fully furnished.. pool Great laving If your home position for Individualswith 964 B237 after 5 pm. $300. 135.000. Call 964-7347 or GLASS CUT TO ORDER) QUIET RETREAT ON 4.2 ACRES on 221.A.En.r.y' .

block houM 'In city." CH/A, beach. Pier Point South, quallfle.. Call collect ale. experience or 3/26 Itpd 533157. S/12 tin Doors, windows, .tc. efficient; neorly new stucco home q

kltchon aqulppad. $330 A-I-A South St.Augu.tln..I.904.471.3622.. anytime. 9047218332. coll.g. degree business BIO BEDSPREAD SALE Jo-lu .Y OWNER 1500 sq. ft. CB JACKSON BUILDING SUpp. .otur.* gr.at room. with. llreptace. Only
month S/OS 4tchg 126100MMATI. house and L Y. 964.607). Order also $3*.'00. ftHAROTO
lint and bit month background preferred. Motel', 145Q) S. Walnut St., opproxlmotely
rant. 933-2210 alter 6 p.m. 4/28 6lchg. 6/02 Mature adult Call Kim 13712786. 1/26' 301 South Thurs.. Frl.' I M I acre. Ha CB utilityhouse taken In Lake Butler. BELIEVE BUT TRUE) A 3 BR..1 BA brick

5/12 Stcha 5/26 CUTE. CLEAN HOUSE 2 I no children) access to 3 BR 2tchg'6/O2 Sot. 5/26 Itchg and barn. 7 acres of 496-3079 and Keystone ham. with LR, DR. K, enclosed garage on

NICE lOOMS FOR RENT bedroom, I bath. Yard. home. call 7823107. 5/19 THE CITY OF STARKE SQUASH FOR YOUR com pecan tree and fruit Heights, 473.4973. 2/26 tin I Park wood. Asking only $41.000.

Low weekly," ra..., wall to 333 No. Walnut St. $350 Itpd Sewage Treatment Plant !I. FREEZER $8 e bushel call tree. 65000. 473.4790. FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS MOVI RIGHT lilt, This charming brick 3 IR. 2

wall carpet, air and TV month first-lull month CHEST FREEZERi 9 to 12 cu. now accepting application 964.6528. 5/26 Itchg 3 BR. 1.82 ACRES call BA home with large family room with fireplace.
r.nt d.poilt. Call 964.7347 ft.*, call after 5:45 p.m. or 144 W. Call St. Located 'In convenient Club .
'''.9992. osk for Ann. for a Temporary Position' 1976 FORD GRANADA Inquire Country" area.
782-3673 782-3209. 3/19
5/19.7/07 or 533.2157. 4/28 tin all' day Saturday. 5/26 a* a.Waste Water Plant. ,at Tackle Box. 5/26 or 94 7303 510.000 cash to mortgage. Priced to .lit.

,SUMMERHOUSS BEACH A Itpd. .Operator. Would prefer to Itpd 2tpd 126KINGILIY Open CHARM AND COMFORT el nearly new 3 BR. 2 ('
LAKE HOME 2 '.W. 9 til 5 10Thurs.
RACQUET :
CLUBiOcean- have Class C Operator BEAUTIFUL HERD BULLi 1/2- BA stucco In Conerly Estates with traditional
front lake front.home, ..11 AM til 7 PM
condominium tory
rental
License, but trainee Angus. 1/2. Herlord. llreplac t fully kitchen
BUSINESS may verygentle pretty equipped on olav.ly
for .Set9 AM ill 3 PM
round
MOBILE w..kly or monthly. Fully designed year"
also be accepted. Mvt teted-proven; ocr. of land.
HOMES furnished 2 or 3 BR. T.nnl., OPPORTUNITIESOWN have high school education must sell to avoid In-(' living. 3146 *q. It.. 3 BR, 3 AppointmentsNot CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITES Corner lot-Ap-

racquetball-pool-beach and be' 18 year of age. brooding 4 year, old. Irom.. lull baths. W/W carpet and t/7tfn Always". Necessary pron. 1631 sq. ft. In home. Flagstone fireplace,

FOR SALE A-I-A South St. Augutllne. YOUR OWN Jean. 3/26 ltchgGOVIRNMINV registered parent. Call CIlIA Ig. great room with BRADFORD SEPTIC SERVICE 2-car *nc. garogr lake occs to one ol our
1-904.471.1503. 412861ehg Sportswear, Infant- < JOBS 473-3305 or ''''.7264 after llreplace, gameroom and most beautiful lakes. SP-551.000.
Residential
6/02 Preteen, Ladle. Apparel Federal state, civil Mrvice. 8 p.m. 3/26 Itpd19SI fully" equipped kitchen, pump-outs ESTATE SALE
IN LAWTEYiRaom Brick
AI W MOBILE HOMI SALES NEAR CRAHAMr Mobil. $55 we also re-lay drain. to roam.
Stor. YAMAHA SM MAXIM crooned dock houa,
Offering all nationally Many" openings .
IIn.,. 964 8121), 11/18 tfn home situated on 4.7 Impressive' fenced
Now and Uiod home, 1 BR acreswbonu
Mobil. completely .
known brand: available. Call (refundable 13.000 mile, new undeck and covered.. boat
Homo for ,tola. Walter' furnished air and heat Brlttonlo Jordacho. Chic, ) 1.619.56'.0241. header, chain sprockets, lift. By" Owner. 190000. RENT TO OWN Office furniture Perfect far pastures 4 riding ranges.

(Bud) Alvorei' Invites you $60 per week, 465-1371. L.., Levl, VanderbIlt iced, Dept. 667-A 'far detail and rear tire\ 1800. will Call 904-264-1183, typewriters, LOCATION. LOCATIONtThls distinctive 3 BR, 2

to com out and b,..,...... .S/19llCh Calvin Klein Esprit Zena 3/12 3tpd 5/26 negotiate. Call 964-4531. 904-264-4812. 3/19 7tchg calculators and one heavy BA home lacing gall cour** has itl Great Immaculate

Highway 17 South, :3 UNFURNISHED APTSt Si 25, Gunn. Sax, Ocean Pacific 5/26 ItpdVt 6/30 duty copying machine property with custom drapes uper,

Palotka Florida. 329-9551 524 Ch.rry St., 1-2 BR Apt. 300 other brand 7.900 to --Sm $ HP GARDEN SHREDDERi 3 BR. 1%1 BATH modem kitchen available. 0,, rent month kitchen fireplace, 2-car enc. garage.
month. Come
to by today.
$155. no pet, call 964-8404 greenhouse. Fantastic view. Owner fln..nced.COUNTIIY .
or 328-4682. 3/31 tfn12xe $16,900 beginning Inventory Family Hair Designer 320 N. Church St.. $73. cedar panel den living THE OFFICE SHOP 110 W.
after 5 or weekend. fSTATtilmpreslve 3 IR,2 BA brick
p.m.
,. UNFURNISHED mobllo Silt 5/26. airfare for on. to Hairstylist, 5/24tpd i room, Ig. patIo, office, Call St., Stork. 964.3764. borne' with '
2tchg FashIon Center CAMPE" PICKUP family room f llreplace. large
homo BR with I Training .
Vt both 2 wall tin
car new to,
FOR LIME In Stork, unfurnished Needed CACOVMt teAOV I 10" garage .perch, 2-eor .trailer hook-up lacllltle. t
Fixture. Grand Op"'ngColi ., at garag
Cloan. Prlca S1.500. !f hone.. (wall carpet, new real, new | .WANT: TO DRINK*
3 a., 3 bath ISIqfl. ,- Mr. Koatecky.. ((50lirI ,V. .' ? 000oI .li.." /4 Pewelti"radteiv arm saw ill..r..fI..TS''OU. -other amenities* "located on eight beautiful JI

64.5944.5/261tpd : .,' ,.'"".(*.... .home...I loti ere t ID t.,."'::1127 _",''' '. J _PuS..ct964y35ut'Jul'i's. nOafteHien- J"x> llt).> ntt' !.."' 'reduced lInhJancere' lor : price-_" ,,v, wll.rtr TO ITO BUSINESS' I ITHAT'S ecre* |u" eesf ef.townu. < '., ijtBOTH'TOWN .. *" "
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In residential area. Fencedbock radial W tablet 9" table' &'C: UNUY* 1'... you can have
POLE Complato with yard. CH/A. $395 tow.. .." weed joIner all sale' must ee to appreclo. OURS 7
Alcoholic. your" cake and eat It tool Ye, you" are |lust
weather hood'motor pan ma., lint and lost plusecurlty lillill ulIluillul ... SUISSI utr used. Rick*.964-5184.5/26 ... $69,900. Phone 964-4150 Anonymous. 9645434ALANON mlnut. away Irons town but have all the beau

and broakor box. $200. deposit. Call evenIng C & C MilNowR.!II ni i 964-3908. 5/26 3tchg 6/16 964B4 ty" of a country setting Large, elegant brick I
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9648702. 5/26 .
Phono: 964 5944. 5/26 Itpd *, Itchg home with a sparkling Immpresslve private

MOBILE HOME 2 BR. A/C r--FiLL DIRT FAMILY GROUP 20.40 swimming pool Sailing price S73 000
LAND Ig. yard" clothe. dryer" ,_ .
FOR SALE 5/26 part. Itchg iurnUhed. 964 536O. Our Grand Op enlng Special 1 1I I SAND & I I'I LIME ROCK I 3/12 h. 13tpd Classified Ads.

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t BR APARTMENT Partly" 1st ManU h I 1/2 off BACK HOIELWOOD E SERVICE IPADGETT MOBIIF HOME: Get ResultsTRUCKS
furnished, CHA. phone CARS __
cal 'I SERVICE S
I LOT on SR-227 lacing I rotes
964-8091. 5/26 Itchg 6x12 I I
12x18
8x12 10x12
Smoker Rd. Soiling prlca.
ON KINOSLEY LAKE' Furnished _1(00( ilMf; VACUUMIS
SI'.000.$1,000 down. $225 3 BR brick cottage, Inquire at Suzuki-K awasakl: of Starka .468-1455 In '1.0.06

p.r month at 1SX Inter..!. with A/C. Available In July I IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY _
Ph. 964-5606. 2/24 Ifn call 964-6491. 5/26 Hwy 301 S.. 964 6020 :'Hamptoi5W4CI Florida I JEEPS FOR $44 through the _200_ : IMP: : SALE
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APPROXIMATELY ,'A ACEES 1IUlIIu1JU1ITt ,I IlusuIssle -0 u.s. Government? Get the NEW & USED
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of land. CI.ar.d with fact today Call ((312))
We Finance Our Own
several' Pocan' trees. FLORILAND REALTY Subscribe! 742.1142: Ext. 609. 4/14

.located ... City Hmin. oaiy EOW 5/26 KIRBYS _ _
964-7700 l.6. 1977 fORD LTD 10passenger ROYALS
accos. to chools and
WAYNE KINNEY SW loaded
EUREKAS
collect "
thapplng. 964-7197 no "

/ call.. 9/19 2tpd 5/26 393 N. Tempi .Ave., Stark /_ELECTRICAREFItGERATlON' HCATINO A Alff CONO/ Bargain Confer 2tchg 63000.5/26 9644073. 5/19 Shop & Compare!! HOOVERS
Vernle P. Odors Broker GRI
ELECTROLUX
I LO. LOTS one en Crosby
/ / APPLIANCE REPAIR / 23 CHEVROLET ENGINE Special Insurance for
laka thore.. ana near, golf 'J. D. Odom. Jr. Associate 301 S Stark Complete. 964.6974. 5/26 Mobile Home Parks FILTER QUEENS:

coune. both I hove ,wall* 964-6679 Itpd "All types oil SEARS

and septic tank. call964.8113.5192tchf5I26 HAMPTON AREA FREE 24 M. *** 1978 CHEV. MONZA $8.OOO COMMERCIAL
20 Acre. IS* dow,. Balance llnenced. homeowners policies tori
/ Call for mere detail ESTIMATES y/ SERVICE .Window Doors mile. $1.3000 Also 1977Dodge. mobile homes :We !repair all makes
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*i $1.200. both caro'
3200 Sq Ft. MANY MANY EXTRAS '964-878 PVC Pip run good I'hon.782.3307. Call for Quote I Al Young's

tl Acre S 81 ho..... 2% bath. CH/A. Overuse 2- War.hous.1.SOS .. 'f'rmirly.W.n.lfoclrlc ServiceEXCELLENT : Water,SoftnarUiexIFwrnltur 1910 FORD FAIRMONT SW. n S Since 1957 _
garage.Many pecan and 'fruit tr.... Bam tack trou... ,.

**j..ft.off..or retell Two fireplaces, lour celling Ions. 2 wells end pump. 'Ikld PS brake. ., .,air, wlrawheels. Home Sales I 964-6918

area. Lead** deck. 100 ft. Two fishing pond llocked. Many ether leeture. -- Elctrlc Appliance cover very good
cond., 41.000 miles. Elaine M. Olin. Agent 3 Miles north of
off US-MI North Call for more detail _ _
4600. 964 4387. 5/26
964.5606 J Stark on US 301
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Llveeteek/Carrte. Longchamp Enterprises Assoc. CURLfS SUZUKI KAWASAKI' OF STARKfc _
PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS 4-H Club. PSACIbS
Oc.onfrofltCondominium Inc. : THE SENSATION OF SUZUKI

Calf Sal. If.i'J KEDUCEOI 3 B*. 1 BA-Nice layout-Screened polio We Invlfo you.to come in and see Suiuki's

RonfoU. I.... June, 193UNoae and large double. car .. _lot* ol extras. Call to- Great' Bikes, for 1983.Yttl .
MostlY 1.2 C 3 Bedroom Apt3. BUY.Lovely/ 3 4." for detail.

'Fully Weekly$ lumlsheJ. a."BR* From ,'150.. II !297M PIe. .State Felr.Ground..T. BR, Home on H Ac. Plus lot .3 BEDROOM 2 BATH-Over 1550 square leet.:large ALL,pEW 750 CLASS BIKE 6S790ES 4 cylinder! 16 valve, _ _

p..lJ.cinzlIaSCItCce. ..... In country. $23.300. fenced In .back yard." Just right for a growing family. with a performance 'type fairing
a AC WITH BAIN nil CNI25'lightweight Economy Commuter This stroke
S septic $15.000. :
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A-l-As.. 5.. AusnH'.... ii': : 1530 W. Madison (904))177-3149 well. I yO\y> 'wer pole, Irvln Trie Subdivision Near Keystone H.lght.coflt .-.... 'ingle means. ,great mileage with electric\ start, jusf push a
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1.904-47I-0643 ,mIALmma Phone 964-63 (I13)73y-l41 term*-$900 down on any lot and $100 per 'l..tt' :. __ _

'"?*.- .....-,. 5/"3Khg 6/02 BANK KEPO Hwy: Commercial tenth-Coll today to ... these lot on other .proper- ''fuid(of coune that FUN MACHINE ,of all/ lime THE LTI23

Weekly" .,Monthly property. 301. Mock tie we hove II..... .44, i leeward speeds, power law gear and Ihe exclusive
furntehed.. 2-3 BR* bldg. 2.400 *q.. ft.1 on 1,37ac. : these and ether : ,1
Fully" Paved eye, mere Information en reverse gear -S I

I 1 Tormhi-Recauethell ael'BeechSummerhoute 'J BEAUTY: parking.SHOP. .barber_ ......"'.....Cell.. Tedayl I U.S. 301 South' Super. ReductIons on all '81 'A' '83 mode>U

Beech' tired of hop. skating rink;"' tomeequipment. Michael I. Coon.,. Realtor "Our Prices/ Cg,.', Be Soar" I

'. B Racquet Club. Lake Are. you .payfns, $28,000. Oayt4-70M "' ."'11.44-.27 Hwy 301 S. Stark, Florida 964-6020 \
.2 BR 2 BA from. home on as
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IsiANewSIeri.LIMITED.
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Monthly; power _
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pole
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h03 :: "areulldltlD .12io.sq. ft. to 4000sq.. Fish camp Sompeon lake. :
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U'hemes (block or frame) ffom '21":per. Lake. 7* It..en canal : lot Ion :
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WHO CAN 'SCIL' quarters *>?
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AVON BITTl. 'This| J Is the gompfetg (ho use .ifieMifig. a AC track of beaulUufposture12.300 '
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flooring. There *
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.. "" :,., ', I carburator and beef Op the shock abkorbef nyslums meeting before each race III run for a discussion of(safety
''11'", just like they do on larger full-size racers. I tell rules and courtesy on the track. Black flags are signaledto
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I ''I ... .... ximetimes I IU Just like a little Indianapolis around here.1 drivers who are bumping or taking an unfair advantageon
The track Itself Is sanctioned by(the World Karting the track during the race, but most of the time IW a
A88ociation the sport for the last 13! years all over the United "These carts have such a low center of gravity they
States. hardly ever tip over Jeffers says. The tarck we race
.. "We've come a long way since we opened up" Jeffers on Is soft clay as well,so we rarely ever have any Injuries
) says proudly. "The WKA sanctioned the track right afterwe except for a few scrapes and bruises and maby a few
opened up, which Is unusual hi itself,and now we have bruised egos after toe race are over. We're getting so
been picked over quite a few other In North Florida to many people out here .hat watch the races we might haveto
hold one of the five state meets here September 5. The build a grandstand before long"
competition for these meets IS extremely tough and the The carts race In'heats of 10 laps each and usually run in
winners get the chance to goon to compete In the national groups of no more than 15.The track was host to over 170
championship which Is held at different locations each different carts last weekend alone.The track charges$6 to
year. It draws the best drivers from all over. We're really enter our machine and $2 entry fee for spectators or rac
io looking forward to it here In Maxvillf." ing team members.
Jeffers operates his track under some strict rules. The cars run on clear methanol alchohol l...il, which
No alchoholic beverages or bad language are permitted burns cleanly with a high octane level for quick accelera I
on the property and slgens are posted prominently with lion.The
; rules of conduct on every fence post. eight clasess are: Junior Fun Karts for ages 8-1S;
I We try to keep a family atmosphere here at all times," Sr. Fun Karts for ages IS and up; Rookie Box Stock forages
I Jeffers says. "I want this to be a place where you can bring 8-11 with a 225 lb.weight limit; Jr. Life Stock for ages
L your family and feel safe about even the little ones 12-15 with a 285lb. weight limit; Heavy Stock for ages 18
l,, during the day and nights. We can't keep that kind of and up with a 350 Ib. weight limit; Stock appearing and
reputation if we tolerate even .a little mis-behavior by limited modified for ages 18 and up; Open modified also
anyone. We're strict about these rules but In the long run for ages 16 and up; and two powder puff divisions for girls
+ + I they make the track a better place to come to." and women with no weight limits.to .


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Girl Scout Leaders Recognized II


,GIRL scours

Scout leaders In Bradford-Union BU Chairman Carolyn Eaves In appreciation predation for her service to the
County were honored last Tuesday of their service for the nieghborhood.
evening at their annual dinner at the scout year.Each Also presented were the tenure
Western Steer. leader and assistant leader awards which were given at Gateway
The tables were decorated with received a silver certificate from Annual Meeting. Receiving the--ten
green and yellow candles encircled by Carolyn and Diane In appreciation fora year pin was Cathy Hicks Beulah J.
daisies. Place favors were tiny cup great scout year. Lennon Joyce E. Wainwright, Willie
11 of boxwood on a and Cluster leaders, Joyce Sutton, Mae Randolph and Edna Allen. Fif-
99. Trefoils standing daimintcoaster A Laurie Mullins, Andrea Abrams, teen year pins were given to Andrea
bust of Juliette Low encircled with Kathy Hobbs, Cathy Hicks, Edna Abrams, Patty Mullins and Andrea
daisies served as centerpiece for the Allen and Elizabeth Walker, were Eaves Waterhouse. Receiving the 25
head table.A awarded daisy notepads and pens for year pin was Laurie Mullins.
their extra service. Girl Scout Individual troops presented certificates -
award valor"the
for
special pur- pens
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Gib. -- ple heart" was presented to STMs In were given to secretary Nancy Odom, to those people or organization -
Ready to Race... Gateway, BU Service Team Manager QSP Chairman Wanda Smith, Cookie who had been of help to them
John Jeffers ready for the race to begin In his lot-in safe, despite the bent efforts of some ol he drivers Jel-> Diane Tierney received her award at Chairman Lila Rae Yawn and The dinner meeting was closed witha l
Trainer Laurie Mullins.
I filling racing suit. fers lays he ha rarely ever seen any Injuries at the track' the dinner. The Neighborhood( large friendship' circle which n
board Marta Wyatt, BU Field Director, signifies the scout for most of the
The carts have a low center of gravity and are quite worse that a few humps and bruises. presented a Girl Scout clip to, year
mAnf" and a Girl Scout desk Dlacaue was given a strawberry gift in ap- leadership.



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The Acta Durna or Daily Events recorded the happiningi .
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4963921Hwy.. 121 S., Lake Butler p

Open Monday Friday 7:30-5:30: : Saturday 7:30-12: noon '
PRICED Ralph Hazen. Alan Woodington! Butch Faulknerl) -- i

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Patio Kitchen ; FENCINGNEEDS t / <1 --- : -

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445 sq. In. cooking area, Piezoelectric I 3"Gaucho ''h* .
starter, up-front controls -' We
2400 Fertilizer &
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H-shaped burner with adjust- i 5" Gaucho *: .ro.22'Red i (1 (1 Dolomite Call Us! '
able cooking temperatures. Barbed Wire/ . . .

Tank Includes and $ Tj T BW3 a Top" Cattle ti Panels 25 year guarantee CCA treated fence posts

Gas 6Vz ft. x 2".2Yz" 1.30 each 9
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Water Tanks Wrangler I

Heavy Duty (Bull),,;.Gates Heavy Duty Panel Gates Incubators Hog Feeders

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BUY QUALITY BUY SAWYER All Colon i .... ,. AH Types '

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Apple Trees5*;. O 'N.AI Typel Citrus Trees. 7 ..: 7ft.*-a4.5oheet 12 ft._$7.75: sheet

Starke 964-7701 332 n .:' ..'$ 50 8 ft.-$5.15 sheet 14 f t.-$9.00 sheet

Peach trees r'J ., 'S eaitecteHnes. : . .570 ... 9ft.*.-$5.80sheet .16ft.-$10.30 sheet
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Onions I lj' 1 .' ,I.. : Hwse Sweet '"'

50 lb. Bag cr '! . . . 12.95 $7 9 5:7.0: : ; : .-. *8.30 Spotted Inseottolde+ for Cattle
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Unwaxed, Fresh Picked 131%% pmia. F s; ; U .pint kettle
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