Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04318
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 16, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04318
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thundershower were predicted to continue through the remainder of this IdHorlol.\ .. :. . . .r.i.y.4::, i' e ( 'V \
week a trend that has prevailed since the first of June. After a dry May. Social . . . ,.... (..1? ,.\1:. ro-r\ I'I
June has ,already brought over S Inches of rain bringing the total so far for Sport. ; . . . .P.9.. 7.S.H".,. rf\\ S'l 1LLF i
}983 up to 28.5 inches more than half a normal years precipitation. Jlglout. ...... . . "Pago 7'. S.! Al t. .,. I
Many of\BUon'.lop weather'watchers believe that a massive volcanic ; ; i
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prevailing In the V.&, and around the world The Mexican eruption In 19U2 ., . . . ,'''. < r
may have triggered a sequence1 events that disrupted the flow of the cur Cla..,....*. . . .Pago* 13.13. The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven s
rents and the trade winds in the Pacific Ocean the weathermen say causing Now I rial*. . . .'ay.....14. ,
Hoods and droughts that have killed over 800 people and left S7 billion in t.gal. . . . ."eel'"I 104th Year FLORIDA
damage on several continents. STARKE. 25 Cents Copy
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An amendment adding dangerousand distributed loads upon the doors or :
j-r.j dilapidated buildings to the roofs or in which the same are, '3-.
________ Chapter 11 Starke health and sanitation overloaded or which have insufficient
enforcement ordinance is under strength to be reasonably .safe
consideration by the commissioners. for the purpose used.
9O In other words the city Is proposingto Those damaged by fire, wind'or ",0
toughen its stand on the demolish- other causes and are dangerous to .
ment of old, unsightly and/or life, safety, morals or the general
dangerous buildings. Does this ad- health and welfare of the occupants or
dress a case such as the Martin, the people of the city, and those which ,
Tackle building on N. Temple Ave. because of location too close to the
which burned and the city finally had street because of use to which put, .
to clean up, the council members and because of lack of conformity to I
wanted to know. Yes City Attorney surrounding dwellings or structures '- f
Brown answered. are obnoxious and offensive to the occupants -
"I've been after this thing a coupleof of dwellings in the vicinity.
years now," noted Commissioner
Charles Schaefer when Those which have become
attorney or are
Set to Premiere Here... Mash Brown said he had the ordinance so dilapidated, decayed, unsafe unsanitary -
McRaeai left, below: She has son's (McRae) marker to 12
Sky get \
'!"Guy and Dolls" cant members went through a complete dress rehearsal: prepared as the council instructed a or which so utterly fail to
Monday night sod will open tonight at the Starke Golf and Country Club. sinners Into the Save a Soul Mission. ( few weeks ago. provide the amenities essential to decent
Council unanimously approved the living that they are unfit for
Cast members In tbo finale singing "Guy and Dolls''are (l-r)i The girls Don Neel and Chris Wilson second from}\fl below.. aren't, hitting It off too amended ordinance on its first human habitation or are likely to
In front piana Crawford Annette Pusaterl. Laurie ContI and Robin Stern. well on the way to their marriage.- & reading Tuesday June 7. It will be cause sickness or disease so as to
Guys kneeling In front. Kevin Scheetx. Mike Christmas, Lee Davis, ands 3HP read a second time for final approvalat work injury to the health, morals,,
Berate Abridge "Take back your mink, take back your pearls. What made you think I was Its June 21 meeting. safety or general welfare of those living
Back row Don Neel, Chris Wilson, Pat Crawford Kevin Neel Randy An-. one of those girls!" asks Linda Balles' second from"", right'one of the'"girls' Violation of the amended ordinance therein.
drews. Don Kelly, Linda' Bastes Don Hardy Keith Hunter David Dodge., from the Hot Box Night Club. I. I"',1, &"f'. .'" '., would be a criminal misdemeanor
Ruth Riddlck.Peggy Neel. Susan Sowed, Patrick PaUillo.Judy Dukes, Mer.. .iL' ; tlli punishable by a $500 fine or 30 days Injail ..Those having light air, and sanitation ,
u-nIM'r1/\.dr' / :: 1fd The a'r".rC \s i, M '( .
rle and Bill McRae. The then empty or both ,*..._. facilities inadequate to protect. -
Shoemaker: '
space between! b_ j&aml playlngM' '$ eng eAossh" bat nut.too I r 'lIaYII '+ The'current code limit Uw?eity'**,,- the health morala, or general welfare ._ "..'.
"'/'.' Never Been In Love BefortW'ling, lds Metrt| pfcoemaW. and. 8114f! .....1barlqu! !''l'h\\ior icii.', rigs;! j whoiferj p taM'i' th 'aQoaepack: JanuaryGuyfs ... ., _. .authortty tor act to health and sanitation '",of human 'who live or may live***' y r
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4fffrjU! ;! 01( .. I! 1'O Brown adds Dangerous buildings to Those having inadequate facilities
.' and Dolls" Stage Production Opens ii f'l Y.t' the ordinance, and goes to great for egress in case of fire or panic or
detail to define what is dangerous. those having insufficient stairways,
y Definitions of dangerous buildings elevators, fire escapes or other
i The Broadway production of "Guys arid Dolls" opens tonight (Thursday Guys in the cast include Randy Andrews; Kevin Nam,, Don Hardy, Patrick as defined in the ordinance amendment means of communication. .
June 16) for a six-day run at the Starke Golf and Country Club. Patlillo. Keith Hunter. Clark Edwards Don Kelly, Pat Crawford, Kevin areThose :
Scheetz Bernie Abridge, Lee Davis; Mike Christmas, and David Dodge. Those which have parts thereof
... For$12 the local theatre-goer Can get a 10-oz. bacon-wrapped filet of steakand Dolls in the cast are Ruth Rlddick Susan Sowell Linda Bailes,Laurie Con- In which Interior or other which are so attached that they may
a rollicking three-hour three-act performance by a thoroughly entertaining tl, Annette Pusateri Robin Stern, Diana Crawford Judy Dukes and Peggy vertical structural members list, lean fall or injure members of the public or
local cast of the Bradford Community Players.The clubroom at the Neel. or buckle to such an extent that a property.
I country club seats 160, every seat close to the stage Charlene Francis on (the piano and D.J. Riddick on the drums provide the plumb line passing through the centerof
The musical will run Thursday Friday and Saturday,June 16,17,18, plus, musical accompaniment Handling the lighting is Gene Tanner and Gene gravity falls outside the middle Those which because of their con-
the same day next week, June.23, 24,25..J>lnner.ls, at 6:30: p.m. The play Tanner, Jr. Sound effects are handled by Jennifer Dodge and David Dodge. third of its base. dition are unsafe, unsanitary, or
begins at 8. Joan Hall Is stage manager,.and Consuelo Dodge is props manager: dangerous to the health morals, safe-
Stars are Merrie Shoemaker Bill McRae. Don Neel. and Chris Wilson If Those which, exclusive of the foundation ty, or general welfare of the people of
you" haven't heard Mrs. Shoemaker sing you're" in for a treat.. Tickets are going fast; according to'CountrY Club Pro Herb Herres. Only show 33 percent or deterioration this city.
two are left for opening night, Friday Is about sold out, tickets remain for of the supporting members or 50
The musical has a setting on Broadway In New York where efforts to keep this Saturday night. Next Thursday June 23. III slow now but ticket sales for percent damage or deterioration of Those buildings existing in viola-
a floating crap game alive in the basement of the Save A Soul Mission run by June 24 and 25 are selling Herres said and some people may have to switchto non-supporting enclosing or outside tion of any provision of the building
the Salvation Army. Gambler Sky Masterson (Bill McRae). is smitten by a Thursday night the 23rd to get a seat. walls or covering. code or any provision of the fire
beautiful Salvation Army recruiter (Merrie Shoemaker). Gambler Nathan Tickets may be purchased from the Country Club 964-5441, or Merle Nor- prevention code or other laws and or-
I Detroit(Don Neel) Is finally horse-collared! by Miss Adelaide (Chris Wilson). man Cosmetics Studio on Thompson St. In Stark Those which have improperly. dinances of this city.

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Residents<< Question, [Praise Tactics Used by Hampton Marshals I

It was quiet during the regular Hampton: Meng said, "If you put the just it took a newman merited Councilwoman Lola Williamson at city hall. The contraction Is financed Voted to purchase a public address
r I meeting of Hampton City Council until signs up right>and the people then (o wonder2' down" ask= with the agreement of Coun- In part by a community service system for the city hall. The council
the subject of the Police Depart speed then they should pay their ed are tied. I cilman Roy Roark grant. $400 in cash will have to be has been debating for over four mon- I
ment came before the,council: then tickets without argument"Another did not recommend that we hire the Voledf to accept a bid of $1,700; to matched by the city and the rest for ths on what to do about the problem of
the standing-room-only crowd aroused person who left before be- new man, but'{.'was overrlden by the build sidewalks and a handicap ramp in-kind services. the,audience hearing at the meetings.
and started a heated debate Tuesday ing Identified;said that they (Hampton council"
night June 14., marshals) have no business being Wadsworth also made the comment PO
Reading of the police report for the- 'outside of the city limits and clocking that he didn't think anyone actually
previous month drew attention when, .(the speeders'in, .that' it, was out of. knew where the city limit lines were.
it was noted that 119 traffic citations their jurisdiction. That .was also a controversy about
were handed out last month. .' Marshal Hodges argued back that If''was where radar was being taken and that
Some of the crowded citizens'were legal as long as the vehicle was he could see some of the residents'
there to praise the performance of the being clocked Inside the city limits., points about the. "reduced speed
town. marshals and others were thereto "Our primary concern is law enforcement ahead" signs.
criticize the methods ,used by the If you get caught speedingyou Results of the discussions about the
X police department. .'. are going to pay the price" commented .,,, police ,department ended with the
John Parmalee second, daytime Marshal Hodges during the decision to look' Into-replacing
marshal was hired by the city council mectlng.-'The.maJn thing Is that we signs in proper order and fixing them V
overriding a veto by,Mayor,Gordon are going to have a law-abiding town. so that they ,would be more perma-
Wadsworth at the last regular;' If laws are broken-we. .are .going to, ,nent. .
meeting. He was hired to patrol the take care of It." Hodges claimed that he has replaced
town' during the day allowing' the Hodges drew applause from the audience signs on the four1 roads at least
town's chief marshal,John l' Hodges, to, when, he stated that the town several times each.
.' :was finallybeginning' to'be ,safe ,"1 Ibs. of cement at the bottom
patrol at night. :,,- ,. :. ; put 160 -
Complaints at the meeting Tuesday 'tagaln. of one of them then somebody
night were that the law officer*. were .\-,Then more"opposition about the tact 'shot it to peices," said Hodges. I
over-stepping their bounds.:,;, Joe; 'tia! 'UBed for clocking radar-came I
Meng. a resident of Hampton Lake; "when: Hodges: finished talking In'-other' \ business,' Hamptork 'City.
requested that the city at least pet the Mayor Wadsworth claimed that, ac-, Council I
signs straightened out that lead Into 'cording to the town charter, that the Touchy Discussion.... .I
the city. .. Police. Department .Is.,nndeI, his' Decided to get both fire trucks in ( In the picture Town Marshall Julia Hodges tells the
Meng said that there Is a 30 mph.sign jurisdiction. running condition. -. 'PeopI lot emotional during the Hampton City Coonpeople that law is going to be enforced and as Ion, ..'
,then a reduce speed ahead sign "When something happens I am the 'We need both of those truck running cU: meeting last Tuesday night when 'the subject the people are speeding they are going to write tickets.
then another 30 mph sign. heading into ,last one to know.. ".says. Wadsworth' ,, ,, regardless of the coa'; com: *. police\department: came ap

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.In, B-see ti-on.. ... "'*4 'ii :.c.\IB'd' t iPuhli, :' Hearin i W on' Gas Tax Postponed Until July'A I

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f ''Memories.. ,. / "t.. .*,!;, 'I>, -j '";0..;*-1l.Tl.vf4\ ,' k''''kl'\.. : public hearing on:the county commission -' work smsfen set torI p.m.July:; !>. in the transportation tax. budget shorttall at 1243,000. Brown ..
Retired Horticulturist" Rufus Alvor.ilooks r l back on 60 years of levying! a 2-eents: or 4-cenU The JuV 13 hearing will be the only \ Hart's opposition means it will take also told the board he to including in,
'. *'''. ,, '; .,..: .. t.t, '!r'' ...'.. .. ;I 'per gallon lax on motor fuels has been public atmM 'of the proposed motor f all four of the other county commis the proposed expenditures every request I
Bradford 'ft\
: hlstotlf. In : ( set back to 8 p.m., July 12 in the couiV( fuels tax Before the county commission 1sionerr- to' levy 4-cenLvper-gallon' and leaving to the commissioner ... .
t Mouse.. gas tax. Those four are ,basically to do the cutting.
f) '..' 4'I., ; .f)! ".."'....cIoI\'f.trt':! .,.IJj.III J: .;) \''I.l''''''','.' ;''1''''i"t'>' ,,,, .'.. ,, .w Originally> set n..J4ate w.'tWhearing i -, It WillI.u'\:: ': ,of,the commission reluctant to impose new,taxes but see. A 4 cents-per-gallon fuel l tax would .J
1\ 'M.w"Brhfs." ,. 64 "(. 'j -.+ rrp ".. has been postponed' to July 12 4centspergallonfuel no alternative. raise some$544,000 In Bradford County !
latest news from I.. 'police'.bea' .." W"} ,Stark:: KeyotoneHeights ;.after attornles for the Association of : tax or'. a, j-j 'vote' to Impolle'uenta.JlllHon. The commission faces a looming according to ,the latest state I
,.1he : County' Comml slonen.-.r bed ( .: $243,000 budget shortfall as theyprepa. estimates. If such a gas tax bad been '
and lake '" <' it V {? ', .** %;) t r'A-f""r!"+K'1-' 6''s 4 1 work the 1983-84
I. 8\1tl.\ ; the law and Issued an opinion. that the Oppoll1W! to a county gas tax hasbeen re to begin on in effect it would have raised $108,240
( I ', ,." ,I.. .July 1 deadline.which the Bradford: made clear,'by Commissioner budget at 8 p.m. the night of July 11. In the first quarter of Jan., Feb., and
,cccv .. .' .' A .V"S"A County; Commission. was trying, to Homer Hart who cast the only vote after their regular monthly meeting. March, according: to Zoning Director
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Civilian ConsenrwaMon Cask In' wantsNIF I tneU doss not anoiy. The July 12pJMtc against aujtMrising the drawing up of Budget ruts! are expected to be LM. Galnes,
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veteran of the) more than an-
hewinc .I id-W day aftsr tee Inter be by. over
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:" -'AO w/h fit a reunloln'of> Ws forHeJr IHi ? ", .refniar July county '..esstinlmionmeaning StatlrG; ,'.4 son,' and Uclpited) income. : see Gas Tax,.., ".2A) ,
-- and'8fb1It budget; Lawtey oMfijjtL' wMeh would share. Clerk Gib Brown now estimates

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347,920 will come to Bradford Coun- major topic of pre.eessloneglslatlve 7i'r 4 r
ty to ease the burden for state inmate hearings with officials 'in Baker (' '
related court costs via the so-called Bradford, and Union Counties. Both y
"Prison Impact Bill" which passed Sen. Grant and Rep. Crady promisedto
both houses of the Legislature just 30 wort on a bill for state aid to
minutes before the regular session relieve the burden and the prison im-
ended. pact bill resulted.

Union County will receive $113,905 This is the most important piece of 11 1,' 1 l e i nIiiiu +
from the prison impact bill, and legislation passed this year as far as ; r1I
Baker$108.751. according to information benefiting Baker. Bradford, and :
from the Tallahassee offices of Union Counties," stated Rep. Crady.. I
Rep. George Crady. D-Yulee and The bill passed the Senate 334 and the
Sen. Bill Grant. D-Madison. House 1101. Sen. Grant and Rep. d *
Crady say passage of the bill was { J'
brought about by a lot of hard work
DeSoto County will also receive and close cooperation between their
51000. According to the Florida offices.
Ttmet-Union. Baker, Bradford.
DeSoto and Union counties will splita The bill awaits the signature of
$321.000 state subsidy. In small Gov. Bob Graham but is
no problem +
counties, such as Union, the aid could forseen there. ..,, ''I r ru .r +A + t djV t,l + r7 r rrr t ,' ,+4"
mean the difference in balancing its

83-04 budget. The aid will become an annual t,,. i ,
perpetual subsidy to counties where
Clerk Gib Brown has not yet received prison inmates make up more than 7 tr
a copy of the bill but says he's percent: of a total population of less
been told the amount of money is loan 50,000. '
some way related to the amount of
sales lax collected in each county. Baker County has some 1,685 prison ,
But.other than that.Brown has heard inmates in its 16.081 population. : : +rYr ,fo ,',r.
of no explanation for the dispoftionate Bradford has in excess of 2,000 In-
amounts of aid. mates in its population of 20689. ,
DeSoto has 1,760 inmates and 'a !
population of 20,153. t
Clerk Brown said the$47.920 figureis .rt a
close to the amount ::>I ..\\IW4I -. :wrYr in.irec3 iii itfn ltli aiY fx
Rep. Crady and Sen. :=
ed to submit figures Smarties...
impact the prison ) Stephanie Cox, Ruth Anne Harris Shane Griffis and Bradley
on the local court )' first and second grade students made all'A's during the fifth six weeks. cond rowl from I to r): Erin Wilkinson MIMI Crawford Becky AutIn,.T rrie I
Impact of inmate left to right on the front: Rochell Prevatt, Erin Waters Jonl Griffin. Clark. Denise Hankerson and Joy Smith. Melissa Clreral was absent.

I Work Week Approved by School Board., I IA


4-day 10-hour employee effort over the past list to present to the state Departmentof Approved a Joint resolution between he'prefers the word "may," rather
proved for summer year. The proclamation was Education, Only change was the Alachua County. Bradford than "shall." .? yN t
personnel by the and written by School addition of a swimming pool! for the County and Santa Fe Community College -
Board in a special Member Judy Becker. middle school when Supt.Casey made Adopted a master in-service plan
Work week for the suggestion telling of other coun- for 1983-84 basically the same as the
will be Monday non-instructional reap- ties which have received special state' Authorized 4-1 the advertisementof one now in effect. SupL Casey didn't
with each Friday for the 83-84: school year. allocations for swimming pools. a proposed policy on renewal of know if the legislature will fund the
ministrative offices Casey said DOE won't pay for the en- contracts for administrators as proposed project, but said the school board
7 a.m. until 5:30: p m. summer positions and tire pool but might pay for part. by Chairman Rodney Hall. Op- should comply with the law and haveready
will work 7 a.m.until 5 for each school. "You won't get it if you don't ask," posed to the advertisement for the a five-year plan \
will work 7:30: a.m. said Board Member Judy Becker. rule change from Board Member J.T.
Instead of 42 days bids on Parrish:
day, 12 month school: typewriter petrol3S Hall's proposed change would give Approved a. relocatable 'loan
work 34 days at 10 for the !l'4)pproued pay requests of$283 for administrators annual contracts for agreement modification extending
Supt. Tom Casey BBS iPrlftilpaJ Mt' .Duncan on-sitd:'hu bctinoju of roof repair at three years then three year contracts for one year, until June 30. 1984, thedistrict's
10-hour per day plan to tttslnesaman haifdanated 1 the* middle-s IM i:| tad $106 for in- thereafter unless just cause has been loan agreement with DOE
personnel alternate : to partly pay for Ibf/wjright ttag oriW'i. given and due process followed. for the portable building at the middle
days off so a ;Fot01 lfJ! 6fl school:sw"J. ,
every JloofcMjQvertj{. TM''umcreto'ly h il$ > ,I 'Thei' proposed rula"cnanga would'1 be 8.t.tutU4
1 would to /oundavs '; be'nn Bradt ctffgpfd away cl roorrk ?upt" a ijreferxed also ..require!=iapiHiaHriawritt! :L
three' days long> I J : Of y its. I stn 0.118....' .....lIMnfydrn ,I.ass+eastnent cf.the'fterforlmaVice'bf' he* *_.""W.t/Ill' ':""f1 -':"......... _..?_ ,?.??..__...::' _
The Priday-MoiiUay : 'IP.f'JlloI.tt. "'60'V.aJ. and they duties and respombilities of all prin- Approved an agreement, 1tn'UJ
figuration would be futureh. 1 I'"were.I1!;f; attorney's recom- cipals, assistant principals, and University of Florida for early:en:
public, and Monday a : L.J 1 Vidation: I supervisory' personnel. Parrish said trance for seniors who qualify '

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A division according tax could put them out of people. It is the four cents the state additional revenue. deadline to report the tax roll'to the
has tentatively been dropped when the sales tax on Bradford County currently'' levies state and has said he will have some-
ween the county and gasoline, 5.7 cents per gallon, was ad- 9.3 mills of property tax now, and the figures ready for the board by July 11
ments, which will 65 persons present May 18, ded.The ID-mill state cap Is only some $80,000 on how much revenue the tax roll is
revenue raised by a representing trucking In- state left the four cents for the away. expected to bring In, Clerk Brown
tax. nobody wanted more taxes. counties as a local option,if they need Appraiser Alvarez!. has a July J says.' ,,.
The cities would present, such as Jack'
$181,000 of the $ James Davis, and Johns, urg-' '
county a balance of$ commissioners to cut back on .
and employees instead of,',, Beginning June 14 Dr. Dennis Connaughton ,

Fund The includes current$101,135 County new voters taxes.twice have turned,;',,r. "New Generation"i (Associated with Dr. Harry Gruen) ,

funds,$62,121 in federal one-cent per gallon gasoline' i Therapy
ing funds plus several times by 2-1 margins. \' Tuesdays only Now Announces .
funds that could be county commission is em- '
by the state to to four I'Hour Appointments "' :
the General Fund to "Q"J levy up EVENING
pected shortfall. gallon without a vote of the'J, 'Licensed Technician DENTAL SERVICE .i I

''/Call, Now For Appointment' .
Tuesday -
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Fire BRADFORD ", Keystone Heights J 459- W. Call.- 964-5152.


On every Thursday
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McRae received Class postage paid at .n ,. lllliin
heat damage from a Stork, FloridaSubscription '
The fire in the
located at 403 East Rates:
Starke apparently area: $10.00 CaptainD'St
per year
wiring in a bedside :;
no one home at the $5.50 six months '
family had gone to
edge of Starke. area: $11 per year
The fire $6.OO six months It&q1etff.
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.;>!".-'. ,' .'..." ,, _, ,.;t: ),". :;'; 24-hour 'protection.. begins CJ in Lawtev 'I Iby

Judy'Miscally officer will greatly improve the city's the Bradford Vo-Tech School repair
ability to eliminate this loitering,Jor- and replace the ground level storage
BCT Correrapondent dan told the council, tank roof for cost plus 10 percent.
the recommendation of Police
,! ,..,
;!\ chief Council M.M. Jordan, the Lawtey City In other action at its June 6 Was advised the county road
'i.q'II. has hired a third fulMime meeting, the council: equipment has begun re-working the
police officer to give the town round-
recently limerocked streets. The
\ \ /'
'.I, coverage. Was advised by CouncilwomanLaura limerock seems to be working in well
; "" ",{ Policeman Bill Tillotson, a former Harris that several of the with the dirt and, hopefully, the work
I.d' deputy with the Clay County Sheriff'sDepartment water system jobs have been com will be completed soon.
; Is the Tillot-
: new man.
( \ son, who left the Clay Sheriffs Dept. pleted as requested. The very expensive -
addtions were not done at this
some time and has been
', \ for a furniture ago in working Green time because none of these jobs were Gave Fire Chief Bill Crouse permission
Cove company allocated in the current budget, but to have the separate l'
Springs, has five in law
enforcement, and .will years move to the less expensive additions and cor- telephone line for the fire station ,
rections have been taken care of. disconnected."The .
,,"\: M.M.Lawtey(Butch, according) Jordan.to Tillotson Police Chief was Mrs. Harris said. bill runs about$17 per monthfor i
hired 6 at the Long range plans for adding water a phone that Is used very little, I
Monday night May ,
lines will have to be allocated In the since all calls come
I< a regular meeting of the city council,on upcoming budget plans, since the ad- through the emergency monitors/ advised Chief
90-day probationary period at $235
Ifo'.' week. ditions being discussed are in excessof Crouse. "If a phone extension from
r: per Between $15,000 per project, Mrs. Harris the city hall could be done, this would
Chief Jordan Lt. Dwight
said. amount to considerable savings overa
Kerns and
Tillotson, part-time ,
Patrolman' period of time, since the phone extension
Charles Carter the town
., Granted for Water
"' will would cost about $2 per
have around the
police coverage Dept. Engineer Barry Watts to have month,"
clock, Jordan points out. Currently,
Patrolman David Aderholt Is also -- ...
.Generous Gift...
working part-time but Is leaving
.'The Bradford Middle School Junior Beta Club raised representative of the American Cancer Society. The Lawtey I employ soon,Jordan said.
'1330 for the American Cancer Society this year. Lawtey Beta Club also donated $75 to the Cancer Society. Abraham Canfux M.D.
Money wan raised at a Spring Dance and a talent chow. Cherka'may be mailed to Crusade Chairman IJIIIan Public Drinking Law ,
Pictured are Maria Thomasdn the middle) and Debbie' ,Slump at 1190 Bensent Road Starke Fl. :3201)1. To Be Enforced: Chief GENERAL MEDICINE
Pan-lab presenting a check to Marjorie Thomson local
The town's Ordinance 49A concern- Announces the opening of his office at

ing public drinking on streets,
'.f' .< : sidewalks, and parking lots will be STARKE PLAZANext
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Brooker f Council Wants City Cleaned Jordan.strictly enforced, according to Chief ( to Pantry Pride)

"Violators will be dealt with and Hours 9-5 Monday Friday
;this ordinance will be enforced to the
hate to see'it setting out in the This would help-out: with the street- fullest extent possible,'" Chief Jordan PHONE 964-4668
,"Stalnaker said as the coun- light electric bill which was S401 for > .emphasized. .
to wait and find out if they May. Addition of another full-time police

keep the truck before finding a ,- ----

will to garage advised it out the of council the weather.to be 3BIG DAYS!

( of any large spending com I Lrii I E AGLE I Thursday, Friday

.can: electrical since the franchise town had fee cancel-and & ,

property! tax rates.

Care Stressed...
business began with the coun-
It was time to take better
of the side streets in Brooker. Father'sDajy

it was agreed the
problem Is a situation in :

people drink beer, then throw s .
empty cans and bottles down 1
and the two small stores on SR-121. t '
see way to beat it until we have a OPEN FATHER'S DAY !

Melvin.marshal," said Councilman !_ Save up to

was decided to contract the clean--
July out one time and see If this UL r -
\ help the situation. The clean- %
will would be In the section where '
the of the litter and trash had ac 48 '
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Cycles Hit... J..!. ;

presented to the council: I : ,
and growing problem of young boys .'
so noisy i-m0tarcyclesu! without I se ti9, k rrtl9
repairs."I and lagntbnoufih UraJKuwo.**!* /
"thtakJ! r,4'lehiAt..ulwmoanna
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) should warn them one l tom. f1 r.Prb. .
and then write them a ticket" \
Tolleson as a way to handle the j 4 JPROLINE
to .Tolleson indicated he would
with Raulerson about what could
about the problem.

e.. It discussing asking for assistance '\
tact the Sheriff's Department, It was ; '
tion deputies do not come Yaw Flna -ra.b.r.
Ing Brooker very often,and when 7se '
do, they only pass through 1
stopping. OS NO _
was related an Incident involv- ,
a deputy saying "One of them rw
night specials came out of +
and couldn't even write a t
He had left his ticket book in

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a Reader Threatened... Cho Your 393 Your 84 8 3 Your 96 V V
unidentified advised water the council system that 497 3988 ChoIce 4 1 9 ChoiceS 7 2

se oz c..w Hotvn.r ; : DISC PRICE WAS 28.88 DISC PRICE
had come into the city hall MEN'S LEVI a JEANS
; .lz PasR wok T. 1TA TABLETS
threatened the water meter c:. table' pool' Cotton o.." 'anon contra.a/. W 1yanon knit Zlppw nd button Ky IranUwniw.
V It for coming onto his property to :s S=:CemMnMlan/W Wnnoh 8.t: ellIGO::;;': 17M%.. or :vinyl MIMW&l 7-': =., .quka \ ==Poly.Itort..8.ltl.. MturaW.mofOt lt-3*.
I his water meter. : .jam: i
said this Incident was referred y
fire Raulerson who had talked.
man about his conduct.
It City of Brooker is still trying to ,l
a surplus lawn mower, for the '_
for agreed upon price of $50. t r -.J I .

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I 'BHS Students Pass Test '

?.JI. The I majority I of the 1983 senior math portion.The students who tailed I :

,clan at Bradford High School passed this portion of the test In March were 6 I .
the required state assessment test part of the six who did not graduatedue
which: measures the ability of to the assessment test.The others I{Pc.NYLON a S t tLIwoADE
failed the test at earlier time. aeT -
students to perform the basic skills an ,....,......M.1.U'C.rryOn
Tow '
be administered
necessary to function in society. "The test will Tote. ,. 7.83 9 6 9 9 98 O97 8 8 93
Seniors in NE Florida Crown region again in July.These students can takeit 4
: an -"-" & PRICE '* S.Q5 "TT DISC PRICE la ksVDISC PRICE % WERE 6.88 8 B8P
had the highest overall scores on the and get their diplomas then. says : DISC 1 SLACK
of the seniors in Bradford BUS Principal Jim Duncan. .24 $iz "29.8 MONSONUaHTER AFTER SHAV H MEN'S WALLETS MEN'S POLO SHIRTS MEN'S WALK SHOUTS MEN'S
test. Most 20 aes,4'.i... 32 U / Po1yNt.r/Wllao kntl. poy..t rWuon pact,. Po1y/oonon d....eaWiae"
hI1 LMIMrAtnyl bNNohto
County had already passed the basic "The scores this year, as comparedto better woo WAS.,.,36.83 ''r Windproof,ronlrbb Typhoal apht. tM ant.frO 3I&Ing.L rnon 1sp..r.9 e o!. In b.own.nd bI cfr 6o//tla// e1, "U' e-XL, e.Nd.,pl.ld. 30-.7 wild.,P.tt.rti. 3140.S .
skills test and did not have to take it In last April 10, are slightly ,
March. said Duncan. The overall Bradford S ,
The test is divided into two parts County test average compares ?-.,,
'communication and math. The communication favorably with .the state average in .
portion of the test covers the math portion of the test, actor.
t such areas as using highway and city ding to Duncan, and Is only slightly .
maps, completing common applies-. below the state average In Uw com-
and determining the main munication portion of the test. .. .
.Idea in a reading selection. The math The average "tends to fluctuate 1'i. \ / -.. .2.
portion tests such areas as solving with the classes. There'' is room for j nlil
problems Involving sales tax. Interest -' Improvement, but we are substantially .t
discounts, fractions, percentages above where we were in 1977," said
and measurements. Duncan.
<'Only six 1983 Bradford High seniors The test is also administered each .r ,
did not receive diplomas due to ,year to student in the 10th grade.The MY .,I.1Ib
failure of the test.These six constitute sophomores in the panhandle region ; r / .
\only about s percent of the 1983 senior did the beet on the assessment test, .
but sophomores in the northeast 5..41I Old api.".Moetvane ah1"e .
class at BHS. the region (Including Bradford County) WAS 111........ .......__..._...__..,.......c0'.1.. LLIiMf aip i
V ,Most of. the seniors passed 's.w 37x1 ono .' AltwShSOz.o.IgNlor .uJD.
"assessment test at a date prior to the tied'with sophomores in the east"- .W:.LIme. WA$I-u..............."...._.................. ...,Z-O9'' .

last test given and students did not took have the to math take the central state and for second west-central: place. regions of .M4r.Oz.Pr .M.Sewn!._s S..W.dSAnl..InI/II. .. MO.. ., 1- ,you 9 6 088 96
it seven
Only 1
portion of the teat in March and no, About tIC) percent of Bradford County' ,- :::.mucw.d rail Ah1a ant., l.nl.,"', Ss ct WAS. ,1-Aarwd.wce MB.-::*._;,. T.29 Cholcs WERE a1 VALUE DISC PRICE U? DISC PRICE

students. took the. communications sophomores passed the. communications WAS I 07...1....,a,:.L> ...a.w.a..._._......_.................._ .q. ,1 AT. ice cHaT Oa ma STRAP VINYL CHAIR MEWS SWIM TRUNKS MEN'STUSS SOCKS
of the teat ,, portion of the test and 7ft torn."%" _'. .. .TutiuMitoMhxtttunmummm*. QuWi- rypMy/eolton. Sow -.eMlh etrp., .. I'm
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Visual History of Area Will Live on in' His Paintings


'ZZIZ pictorial history of vinced that 'he could make a living of
A continuing because "I believe I can put more
F. Bradford County, In' with his pen and brush and have a lot
: Starke \ my feelings Into them, and they are
..:::: watercolors and pen and ink sketches, more fun than working with and tile.more He "' .' fast to work with." He also excelled at
starting devoting more '
=:::: came to a close last Friday with the black and white and ink sketches
death of Millard Judd, self-taught ar- time to his art, finally closing out his > \ pen
:!. j .. although he found them tedious anJ
tile business .
over 20 ago
..;:' tist who came to Starke as a young \ time-consuming
.:;: man and made his home here for become a full-time artist. ,,V I

'r ,almost half a century. "I'm still not wealthy." Judd said : Judd's work became so popular
that he had a wide following ana held
several "and wouldn'twant ,
= His last hours were spent in Cedar years ago, '
one-man shows in Gainesville at least
to be. I just want to do what I en-
of his favorite spots for painting ;
;. Key, one four times a year. As for style and
joy doing and be able to make a living
-- and the site of of his most
= : many
technique, he modestly said, "Thereis
i he said"Prolific" .
He and his wife
popular scenes. nothing complicated about my
.. Freda, had just arrived in the pic- would be the word to work. I just aee something I like and
turesque island town for the weekend, describe Judd's work. There was paint It. His favorite subjects also In-
and the sudden heart attack occurred nothing complicated about his techni cluded seascapes, probably a taste
while Mrs. Judd was away on an er- que. He had an eye for run-down, acquired while serving a year of his Century Old Mansion on North Cherry St.
rand lust after they checked into themote weatherbeaten, old farm buildings, early life in the Merchant Marine.
;., pioneer homes, abandoned railroad
; A quiet, good-natured man with a
Skill with the paint brush seemed to depots, and obsolete turpentine of stills fast-, keen sense of humor, Judd enjoyed to his native Tennessee,and also comto get them down fast enough."
run in the Judd family and both his among vestiges These a doing most of his painting out of doorsin bed the rural countryside for old Sometimes he would complete three
mother and a sister enjoyed paintingas disappearing past. picturesquescenes wooden fences and weathered barnor
also struck a nostalgic note in the sunshine. But if the weatherwas four watercolors In a day, and

a art hobby.while Millard still self-employed began"dabbling"In as a the public fancy, and his paintingssold Photo of Judd cold and rainy, he stayed in to wood which blended in nicely with his !might work on half a !dozen at one:.
: shows in In i work beside an open fireplace. He rural scenes. time. Pen I and
tile-setter In Starke. As the popularityof rapidly at art 1800 Atmosphere Ink drawings, of
Gainesville and other area cities, and painted from photo slides which he course, took longer.
he became As writer
his con- one
paintings grew, newspaper com
were bought "off the wall" at motels translated onto canvas In. colorful
and restaurants where detail. mented several years ago, "Prolific In Judd's seasoned opinion, "The
display they were- on Is the word to describe Millard Judd's worth of a painting is In the eye of the
Judd also hand-crafted his own work. There are so many nostalgic beholder. I tell my friends that my
Judd early "threw away" his oils to frames, a tedious job that took up Ideas, memories, and images pent up pictures will be worth much more In
I etUTOKiALS devote his full time to watercolors about half of his time. He would bring Inside him, just waiting to burst free the future. But they might'have to
which he liked best as a medium back loads of walnut wood from visits 'onto his canvasses, that he can't seem wait around until the Tricentennial"


I Kingsley, LakrrBoathtiiaw To Be Enforced, Sherifff Says FORESTRY I IIII

His Work RemainsMernorital Clay''County Sheriff'Jennings II Mur- The law provides that "any motorUiaSKc&or5 The law further provides that "no BRADFORD CO UNIT: I

...... ...," '" 4 ... :'rhee, announced ihja war"k-hi Wikl VhTSi? :!> t er craft., the such motor boat shall be operated on ,... ..,. .. .w .14..1'.
i :.teJr..uj. W lot udvlly bt hKJlftWU noMfrl CSJtt o&JuXWVan internal said watersina reckless manner or at ..' 1111" ., ,bJitoa.Y"If.t..1
to' Jiitld ---_....:. ..? ment on Klngsley Lake in response to combustion engine"teeingrgaar, '" anteKOeriw.rrw4raLssssd_.",*''-'.5. ....'I'
.- eourpJaArpflif} ybvutn4xefpaIsie yl rgyj It.ssoltp! 'i>Rr *i i""* energy, danger the life or property of any per. Layne. W. Norton

boats and.,ktiYl7f who. IC94yltiioo q\j\ e o). l boaters of Kingsley son In or on said waters,..and no person Forester''
to docks in Nro14flilitA.loIrlMSJflfjtfl//); : &\ y County. State of shall operate such motor boat on County
Some artists feel the need to travel to Switzerland to legislative act that hapdjq a ... cftiisl! 1tf i all be equipped with a said water at a rate of speed greater

paint the alps, or to California to immortalize the since 1939. :ormM # factory muffler, underwater exhausts than five miles per hour within 100

rocky coast of Big Sur, but Millard Judd was a man of device or capable other of modern adequately or improved muffl- yards waters.of" any one bathing In said

modest tastes he was content to remain in Bradford Although the special act has been ing the sound of the exhaust of such How should a landowner proceed In

County. Here he found ample work for his brush and publicized In the past Murrhee said engine...and shall be kept in proper Anyone convicted of Violating the selecting a consulting forester? Thisis
some violators are apparently still order at all times when such not necessarily an easy task.Usually -
working provision of this act is
and his enabled him to subject to
imagination see a beauty pay
pen, unaware of Its provisions engine or engines are In operation." ment of $100 fine, MU'"heesald: the owner of a small forest is uncertain
worth recording in weatherbeaten barns, abandoned ; or unaware of how consultation

turpentine stills, and faded frame railroad depots a fits his needs. Conversely, uncertainty

beauty that might elude the less perceptive among us. County Agent'sEven Notebook By Bobby Taylor may exist among some consultantsas
Bradford County Agent to how their services can best be
Without any' formal training and guided only by tailored to serve the multiple needs

suggestions from occasional artist friends along the ( and desires of the small landowner.:

way, he started painting and showing his work though we have had some from one of the several small farmers damage to the tree and no control Unfortunately, often the only con-
throughout the area, where it struck the fancy and unusual weather this spring, this Is who market from the roadside or is recommended. These Insects program sulting service used by'the. small
all classes from the generally my favorite time of year their pick-up truck. This produce Is will often to forest owner Is that of conducting a
move other
found a ready sale among fresh on trees when
of and of-
.Our lawns, ornamentals and, usually good quality they finish timber sale. This may seem to some
wealthy to those of modest means. He preferred to vegetable gardens are at their peak," fered at a good price. are "cleaning" the bark they owners the only justifiable
I sell his work direct, rather than through dealers so he and beginning to reward those who ';This is also the time of year that we on. economical need for consulting ser-
could keep his prices within the means of all, and still have been working diligently for' are bothered with several pests, suchas Two pests to be on the lookout for vice. Under most conditions this is not

make a modest living for himself and family.He several weeks. Insects and diseases of our plants. and now whiteflies.that are destructive are scales true. The consultant If given the opportunity
Most gardeners Some are destructive whereas some They are starting now can often develop an
had faith in his fellow man, and this faith, in many of their spring are vegetables harvesting, and' do. no apparent damage. on Camelias Hollies, Viburnum, overall forestry program to afford the
turn instilled faith in others. One of his methods of Crepe Myrtle, and many other plants. owner lower capital outlays, periodic
quality and has
quantity been
good. I
One of those is tree cattle (psocids). When the whitefly adults that look
future' Income and
'selling his work was to leave paintings and pen and hear that .potatoes onions, l14)uasht". ,These are small black insects that like small white moths are flying come to meet flexibility of In-
ink drawings, already framed, mounted on the wallsof cucumber, beans and peas, and, travel in large numbers up and down about, they are mating and laying tives. I management objec-
tomatoes and sweet corn are finally i the trunks of oak trees and other Do not
restaurants, motels, and occasional stores, telling eggs. spray for control at this
the "Just send the when coming in. There Is no comparison of hardwoods in our area. They feed on time, but wait about two weeks to Choose your consultant based on
proprietor me money you freshly harvested vegetables to those the following criteria and
: algae and other fungi living on the spray to kill the larvae and qualifications
sell one." He never kept a written record of where the that have been in the. cooler for three*' 'bark of the tree. While they are scales. .young, : graduate of a recognized

paintings were left because he had confidence that the or four days. : :i'r feeding, they protect themselves witha forestry school who has experience in

money would be sent to him if a sale was made. ,\ silvery, silken web that may cover Get Malathion good coverage with such spraysof working with small forest owners;
If you.do not have a garden, I suggest -,' the whole trunk from the ground to Diazinon, Cygon or Or- person with the ability to produce and
His casual style of work and living were recalled bya that you consider visiting one of, the top of the tree. tions thene. Call me if you have any ques- supervise a small forest besides beIng
former Starke minister, Rev. George Harper, during our U-Pick-It farms or get Some fresh or problems with any of these informed on the business and in-
Even the tree cattle be I'll be
though things, to discuss
may them
happy vestment side of ,
local forestry a
the memorial service here Monday. 'To visit produce from your market or' considered a nuisance, thev do no with you at any time. with a good repUtation and; person
Millard at work in his studio was an experience. If it relationship with you the landowner I

had been raining, there might be water leaking \ i, ::3v, he serves, and finally a person who is I

through an open air space in the roof. But he would be' I Fleas and Yellow Flies InvadeSome interested In you and In your forest 1

painting away, unconcerned with such triviality. 'f I Letters.Educational' ... !' Before 'employing ''ti consultant,
I with hIm
the various services
"One day I was there and he was working on a : worse '
people predict that the age- ,. says Dr. Philip Koehler; he offers and how he will be compensated -
seascape in black and white. At the bottom of the old war between man and Insects will associate professor and extension en- Excellence After services and fees have

painting he was putting in some saw or marsh grass. eventually be won by the Insects, and ?'tymologist at the University of At Starke been discussed and agreed upon, ask
The instrument he was using was a tile cutter's knife this summer's invasion of leas.'r/tFIlrida.. "Our ,,summertime Elementary the consultant to' present a written

relic of his before he became full- yellow flies and mosquitoes seem to,, temperatures and humidity are great This has been proposal for 'approval.
a occupation a. year onset much '
Indicate that the insects have a leg upy for larvae (embryo fleas) to survive, productivity Remember, the person employ
time artist. I knew that he had ruined the picture and in the race at this time. + *,. and the pet owner will have to deal and progress at Starke has much to do with the you of

was about to blame myself for the mishap, when in a Not only Starke and Bradford Coun-;4;;j. with them all summer long." Some this Elementary progress School.can One bee of largely the keys at-to your Investment. success

few more minutes, lo, the grass appeared ty, but according to news reports...:' experts,say that flea collars are ineffective tributed to the assiduity of our principal Most' professions serving the

Mr. Harper closed his recollections with a verse I "Jacksonville the state, and the rest ,'" for, and fleas, that weekly pets should and sprayed be dipped ,Charles Thomas, In trying to general (public art concerned with
of the nation being .
are engulfed In a bring about full
cooperation among maintaining their image. National
from Rudyard Kipling: crawling, hopping ocean of bloodsucking ,.' regularly between dips.' the administrative; teaching, associations are organized by most
insects." } r. l Insecticides should be sprayed paraprofessional and custodial staff. professionals for establishing

When Earth's last picture Is painted, ,,'.: 'The invasion was not unexpected'f"i: .where the pet sleeps, and under fur If any school is going to be prolific, member responsibility and integrity
f and the tubes are twisted and dried "because recent mild winters did not niture, where fleas tend to hide and, then these values must b6.pursued. and requiring ethics and fair dealing

When the oldest colors have Jaded deter the insects' reproduction cycle. lay eggs.. with the Public they serve. This Isespecialltrue
f"; as the bard freezes of Previous' Dr. Robert Lipsey vice president ofresearch Mr; Thomas has demonstrated for, consulting ,
and the youngest critic has died :1' ,,: winters had done." ,!tt ( for a leading insecticide outstanding professional leadershipand foresters in their efforts and dealings

We shall rest and faith, we shall need it."lie ( company, said that pet owners should guidance, which are-.qualities wick.theft: respective clients* .
down Dr. Robert S. Mulling. Stark*, .be careful when insecticides needed for educational excellence.
for an aeon or two, buying Don't hesitate to contact '
veterinarian the a con
says present plague especially one which Is highly toxic Our teaching staff has worked untirIngly
Till the Master of All Good Workmen of fleas Is the worst he has ever seen* a In meeting the needs of sulting forester if you feel his services
.flea-control agent for cattle and our shall set to work meet your needs. Information
us anew In this area, and blames part of the Invasion children. on
JiolbeLJ'ulcaq] and does kilmalerpels. |_ who these Individuals
federal restrictions are and where
on : of insecticides "
It can also penetrate the skin ofhumans they are located Is available .
used request -
j ,; Millard Judd's work, thou finished, will never be pests under'previously control. Such to keep effective Insect) applying the agent and cause' We will never be able to solve all the from my off ice.. upon-

ended. It will endure In and homes of the controls as DDT and Chlordane were Illness or even death Dr.Lipsey said problems and create a Utopia here at

hundreds, perhaps thousands, .who own it now,. and banned years ago and Insects now Yellow files usually confined to Starke God Elementary. But with the the helpof
cooperation prin.clpal
:. those who will continue to view it and enjoy it.in the 'quickly build up an Immunity to the rural areas at this time of year are, teachers parents among, paraprofessionals .
Y insecticides now in use, Dr. Mullira':making an unwelcome appearance in ;
So: to .
come. I' and custodians WE
yean. said. Even flea collars s towns and cities this Their bites cart.
are not as effective <*j is f year,. make Starke of the
: A past era in the life and times of Bradford Countywill as they used to be. The maid arc painful;ail, but can raise larger' ,most productive: Elementary; schools In.the State:
die Insecticide now used Is pyrethrinA,;,".helpe" on anyone allergic to their
never as long Millard Judd's
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''""has residual effect, Dr. ?!II arm. and legs 'may,hV ]"s!> the art -'.pl ',
s.no flies off. but the' ArJIIt\W., ...... .
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I Nancy Lea Wallace and Donald Pearson. ,Married June 4 in, Northside Baptist ChurchNancy I I

Lea Wallace} daughter of .I, 'pink print dresses with' ;.,:white'khe"'! + .Fellowship} ; (1''i/ 'i.j Thta" :Ii'III'( >eitit I of the.',;;,1; ;!brief; t i and groon)'flanked with spring blue linen. "
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Crawford;: of hosiery, HI ,'j J'Mlti, '" '' 6fl ,'
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.,: Starke and Donald Pearson, sontof?, 'I .Given: In marriage?' by!*' hl 'organ; ing jlinofMrJJIMarYI/.An:| f |/ e Crawford"*. Lukitt 1Jind'.Mrs.1 I Sandra! Thomas cut. ding coordinator.Rice : ,_;
Mr. and Mrs. James; Pearson of I the bride wore a gown 6f while ...> ; '.book at! a table',: the cake bags and'thankou scrolls
Raiford, were united ,In marriage ,za and bridal lace with Queen Anna covered with pink linen v ith, a white The punch table was overlaid with a were passed out by Miss Carrie
Saturday, June 4 at U'a.m. in Nor. ,neckline and long puff sleeves4 with laces overlay draped, at'tile corners'' white lace cloth over lavendar linen Crawford and Ronnie Edenfleld.
Inside Baptist Church Starker with (wide cuffs, accented with scad{ pearls, with, huge\lpl'l\ ( ;;''saU and and centered\ with an arrangement of Following a trip to North Carolina, .
Rev. James Coward;performing; the and sequins. She wore a pair-of pearl' cent.ereylt6 'a 'Jarge;; r snifters\ 'mix d' sprigflowers{ flanked by the couple is residing on'. Morgan
nuptials. earrings and necklace of her soothersand with floating:rosesj1' )If; I ,; >: qrystaf 'punch' .Ixrwlsl: 'Silver bowlseldnuEs Road Starke.
The rostrum was centered:with) an diamond ,brooch ot'heri., ; great points of interest ili t'bowa; were> \ '; and mints Presiding at thepunch The, bride graduated from Columbia
,arch covered with fern andplnkcat'l" grandmother: ; Juliet secured tratfSWerW.'P: High School
1 cap' pall ;! bowl) were Yvonne Boone and In Lake City and is
nation garlands flanked, with Boston her cathedral train and she carried a The brid, fern and standing baskets!of mixed nosegay of pink rouebuds/orahid and white lace'doth verlp and Patricia, Edchfleld poured coffee graduated from Union County High
spring flowers. White' satin,. :bows, white miniature carnations' triad \f centered with\ a),three;;' tiered heart from aj, silver service at-a table' Schcnl and is employed ,tat BTU
marked the pews A reception herd In the cburcty\ .shaped eake wiped With ab'pnnid ', with Florida State I
wall }r.e'.J' ; ] coydred: a |white face,cloth over .
'Jimmy Alvarez, ,
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.;J music.and Kevin ushers. Griffis were served Ronald. 'as Pearson!best man and i r 4r1 Pffifi' Johnjs' ;|qH |: :yViifreci!t Wagner,' Jr.' 1,
Kelly Griffis. I Ir ; I 1 '\' ,
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1 of Miss honor.Lynn She Loper wore attended|a long 'gown as maid'of :Married" iit. 27:1:i i f: [iK y: s ne .He''g'hts :

light blue ) \ .f ', '"'\\f 1. "
qiana knit with chiffon ( c' l ,I ; 1 : '
,* jacket of blue print ''gathered at, the Donna Renee Johns !>fl I t ; ?: ; !t i I
waist with a ribbon tie. Heights and Wilfred"; Har spring col.
Kim Griffis and Gina I'IJane'i; were- :.Wagner, Jr. were, ,Joined ,' ins ; white ior- j
bridal attendants and their gowns ''matrimony on Friday, May 27,.at <>
were fashioned similar the honor p.m. In the Keystone Height* ( ,': pronounced
attendant except In colors of pink and munity Church. ,- i l 5 : ]presented a
.' -,' lavendar. The maid of honor and at The Rev Buddy Priedlin er and the
,,4: tendants all carried identical arm 1t'j the unity candle service! .before: Mrs Sue
:'- .bouquets of carnations in mixed spr- altar enhanced by an arch 1
i ,'' ing colors. { and two tall baskets of spring : ) :the wed-
Cassandra Jarvis iervedjas, flower ':,.owers. In pastel hues iof:' { ![held lathe
girl and Heather Jarvis' was train1' Mrs.Donah yellows and blues. :s"|1 f {uests were
//. Bearer. They; were dressed alike' in j Pea on Traditional wedding'music was ( friend of the
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The bride, daughter of i Mr.and was com
Jack Southard of Starkewas; \ wedding
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'* Ted Oglcsby., middle was given a'appreciation dinner last Friday oo liane';: rty izz-i. 1"t-, t\". ,. ', ,, Mr, and Mr. Harry Wagner
j --10, at the Vo-Tech Cafeteria after ,being director of,the Center,for; the;past 17; .
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years.Attending were the',aeu'Urand It.tr'IC with),the two board members, Judyfi l' ,. M-.s'I "'' r f1, 'ire I: r'! '; '' '",r\CI, ;\ dVlODenlBbuse, i ,''( !; \ I Y'I

Becker and Jimmy Lawson,and Ton Casey BpperlnUn ljVitriH/ <..JoUr" 4i! .! .&-., m'0', ." .... .. .. .. ;t j'?""L ; ;
.....,_ "" 'I...' ) roUT".e"...." t ," "on-"""..ea allti4p' (&t." I f'KS MrMPaa! :ftvParties' .. l'!. ...... I ,\"" "*S3, ffi S s,11i:! $' 'tdY' M "M-f'ff'ffrJtJ,, !appointments were Uf' in silver. At punch bowl were Mrs. Carl l 1-Tormle

,toSteven\:\ 'eMrtJll xjftitt. MPWIf\ es:R. Reddish. intervals Mrs. W.B. Mundy of Starke and Miss Nancy Hildreth. All the appointments
l ,fit ''r ,August, wag tJ1i' atO 4 I MnjjQ !Wd lil'J'ohnsMnI.' James ''VPCTflBbyitlvii sans Mrs Helen! Willis of Jacksonville were in crystal.
.,: :{,. i '... ..,. ::..ii.ir.t.. l ,.ss.J' House Saturday mornink'lfFeie/ f if.*, 4 l s C Thomas t.jCasey! Mrs. presided the silver punch bowl. The hostesses presented the
:'1'; I '. f rsi;h 1 ''I.RicfAlvar.z }Hardy home pn E. Call Street Maijion.paype/iMrs; : Drew Reddish. The, refreshment' table In the honoree with a platter to her chosen:
: 'f" '.' :' C. ... 1. .. .ps .... d rel. W.s; ;: Haasi. l and- Mrs.. S.L.. Peeks \sunroom was covered with a imported china pattern as a memento of the oc
The Frd Dobbins 'J II .. lace cloth with] a yellow liner casion.
J ) fllghlightlriK/ point of Interest in the and- centered with an arrangemnt of Two hundred guests were invited to
Given Going-Awa_ y. Cly.ri ..Going Away Party, 'I [ ..,..: party, ,, rooms ;were/ arrangements, of iday lilies. 'Presiding at .the crystal 1 all between the hours of 10 and 12.Pagan's .
Parties R.c.ntly ,I I' I. roses, day lilies and hanging baskets;
.? I Ricky Alvarez was given .a'graduaxion -' ''BIRTHS: k kT Mrs.'. e. greeted the guests, at -
Mr. and Mrs. .F et'bQbblns: and' and going-away party Saturdaynight ') ; th ,dOl> .and presentedlthem( to the Land Development
sons, Aaron and Bryan' who moved to .ttune U, at thei! 1 Raiford .Cora-1 ; ) i ; reoeiving1.'] line j composed of thahonpreejljier t :
> New Port Richey Sunriay 'where Mr.: 'munilyj i' Center,by! W4 parents,, Mr :: \ % ,Bother and! grand I '
Dobbins accepted ,a near? position, and M.... Owen Alvarez Jn ; I T-T'I; : "'motherl!Mis., Neil/ Tucker'and' Mrs. f Clay Dirt Sand and
were honored at ;several!! ..partiesrecently. A red and white theme was earniedout !; I ; ''I it L;. Howard Jlj'' [ Tucker of Keystonei ( '
j! ',-. T's' In,the decorations including red, i Heights! :Thos Jn,, t"e"rF.llv! ng line' BulldozingBackHoe I
On Friday night Mr: and Mr*:Doug, 'and white streamers and red gradual i William Thomas Johnson!1 vfji'; received daisy' < Work ; !
Gray. Mr. and Mrs, DeRltch: Green ,silhouettes.. V 1 "' 7' > \ of'' ', .J Mr j Chilly?Mrs. Reddish and Mrs. Work'l, ;
.Primadon ,
Paul'and Johnson Road
hostesses In the dining Grader
Mr. and Mrs.WarrenCarverMranaMrs. In the center of the! roonll''Was! -.- Crosby served as ,
Spyroe Drivas and Dri; and Mrs. round .table covered with red]and a';. .Raiford announce the birth of a son,' 's' :room:where the table!; was covered
J.E. Denmark gave a'party' 'at..the two tiered cake[decori ted hired. and, William Thomas Hospital' born.June; 70'" '} wiMiJaUwported! .embrpidered cloth i :Keystone Heights, Florida
Dobbins ornament 'Alachua General ; }i;I center with\ ItWaterford; rose bowl
home of the latter for the ;; ''White with a graduate) Mr.and ; '
The buffet table bj) the dining room on tobj food table I was> Covered( In) 'Maternal grandparents \ f AI | holliied{}.W; arrapgement; 'ofroses' : 'Phone '473-2014
Was covered with a yellow linen cloth:, red and white centered with;a large,, I MrsJ Bill Godwin of Starke of of! red white 'roses! 'grandmother Mrsj Jean 'I' 'li .
and centered with strawbaskets; arrangement and 'ii"i .. -
tables i! for the 16 i carnations flanked r{ .three I land great grandm ther 1st Mrs, ------'
five :
fruit. The dining ;and ; I by 'I )
couples, arranged around the pool, ''branch candle. holders ,Vv wlthi'red.;,' I i Beadle, Rhoden;both! Of Raiford.,I'I'I -- --- -
were covered with spring floral tablecloths candles.: Finger foods' anchors'' : Biscuit slU
I and centered with clay pots of 'd'oeuvers were served A punch bowl) t 1 .
marigolds. A barbecue 'dinner ;with 'was on' a round table covered In t with purchase of Ii
homemade Ice cream was served.! ;with greenery around the bowl-' 2-Fiece: Snack :BoxThis
At points of Interest on the patio and Six large tables were set around the!! eI
pool area were' cOlor'ul.rhangina' t room: which were alsocovered with) coupon good for 2 pieces ol' the Colonel's"
baskets of plants. \I.1. : : (;red cloths andcentered,:' singla! Original' Recipe or extra Crispy' end > biscuit
The hosts gave the"couple a ;years ;red candles and bud yeses with' reds ) lor only S1.19. Limit one coupon per customer. a
subscription to the !Bradford: fount and white roses., t '}, j ] f fI 1 Coupon goorl only' 'for combination whU.dark'I ,
Telegraph/ sea memento of the Occasion. Games and music I wbrs enJoyed by[ I I t I orders Customer pays all applicable. alee Ian.Ofl III
i I;], ,'I', ,the. eo gueats; ; ] EXfW( 1/20/13 IIIl'mM
Mr. and Mn..1.'varet'were' assisted
On Saturday nlghft!;'JuneJ\.;be'robbins !by their son; Randy land daughter( ; THIS $ l.191
family were honored'at a nain-: :Rhonda Sue Mr.and Mrs;Don Tlllcy ,, : couponTh ,

burger cookout given by the members!'# ,of Orange Park Mrs.Johnny Kenneyf: I I ( (.coupon good only' at K.nfuehy I
of the Christian Church. : : :of Gainesville and, Mrs; ,BUzabeth .... I .I / / In )Irc
The hamburgers:werecooked;: on .IStalnaker. of Starke. 'I( ii'i' ,' : j. :h ... I _iiiiiiiiledl iiildd
grills In back of the Fellowship: Hall'' Ricky left Wednesdayl,.Ijune, Wood J Mr ft Mrs.David Hodges .;-
and six dining tables were set tip in ,basic Cf training at Fort Leonard : ; i4JrBEE
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As a memento of the occasion, Mr. I i '"losufancsr rates: .,.M ''I, ButterixiillcBlsciiits

Dobbins, who had served on the I board ., l 'i ''fo go up. ,everyllew years with purchase of I

of family directors bible of the; Mrs.church bobbins given,' la a Mls1;:Cindy jhorrtton: ,' why 9-Pleco; Thrift :Bock,

*' member of the Mary.Martha Circle', ,Show.rHonore: f ; I ','ANSWER { is 1!h *. I Get 9 pieces of Hi* Colonel's O"gln..R.crP.' ,.. I
and who was in charge of the junior, t 'S s'// ;. / or' Extra Crispy,., for only t4.79. limit,one.
church, was given'a multicolored ,, Misa; ; Cindy Thorn n \whose;jniarlrlage i "Everythlnfli 'aeernai :?o T coupon per customer. Coupon good on\1\ lor' __
striped sweater; and the COngregation -' to Dan Dowdy Will be an event be going Xip In cost.,,Auto 'I 'ilcS I combination while/dark orders. Customer pays'; Ml
gave the family engraved: Silver of June 23was honored atia!! bridal .repairs In the,'last 10,years MKr, ,. i1 tlclAl. a" appliceble sales. all. OnwExpires B126s3t

,. coffee., set. ,k ;:'1 shower by Airs.-Owen Aivared.Mnp.'Rudolph[ are MP.05, %,{ .and "doctor's' t t r rt sir ;,,. h ,,l' WITH Tffi8.rf $.4.791
Hutqbeson Mrs..j Ediurartt i KirotiUEf,' :K: tees ar'up 95!%" fC9.ts ', 1'
: Dial!,. Dyal. Lars 'Inn1;1'' j I ) I .rf aou o
r Mrtj !Donald .CarterKMrol'i.VernoriReddish i I' 'you; 150mpfftop? } | lr> ,
i "Ho"or-: Forty Ii' mil coupon ooorf only at Kentucky
:, E Mrs.J i Bob f"atersonIMrsl'Winfred your 1Ivlngroom: L- Frl d Chkh n atoms x.tY1dn tna aC
V/ Charles 'Schmitt'arid >_., Tomlinson,and 101.... William items 1 1 e -
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>J Judith Flynn honored their.children?, S. Haas at the home of'the ] iter. Insurance and there are
: 'The honoree and her motherMrslJimmla ::
Blaine Dyal and Lori Flynn: Aper. '
at the Pizza Hut following radua-, Thornton, received' *corsage manyInorelWetoan;! !, help :IB-Piece
,: 'ty tlon exercises at: Bradford ;High, of white silk flowers. ; ?: ,/: ; :; !:you wltfii'.you' ;. .,jlosuranc! a :
', School Friday, June 10., : Games were played by the Z'>guestsand needaj/ |.L.t us review yourpOlleleSpherelS earry'Pack:
Pizzas and I Coke"* were 'enjoyed by prizes awarded ,U> Mrs; Larry ; chance 1 I r

,the-17, guests Including. ouVof-town, Paterson Refreshments!and Karen served.: ,Reddish' { we can aavV'you!mon y'Wa'i ,G.I15 piece ol' trw Colonel'" Original Roclpe.or ....
guests George M., Smith and son. were to ,, Extra' Crispy, lor.only. M.M. Limit one
,hostesses presented.Ibehonoree : willseeh; says
FianklcMM. B.J. : Warwick I I coupon per customer.Coupon good only lor I
Palatka, Lori's great aunt, '"BIPI1''r i with a blender" 'ps a mernentdi # >reduceyaurl y touts throughdeduCtlbleq \ combination white/dark orders. Customer pay
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Helen Paterson Mrs. Marie Thornton, a long time
. Retirees ''Honored at Parties After Teaching 15 Years co-worker, prepared a cake in honorof
Mrs. Paterson's retirement which

On hand to give well wishing Mrs. Helen Paterson was honored the faculty enjoyed.
and i June 10, Honored guests were Bob Paterson
speeches: were Dewey McKinney Friday
a lit 'steak luncheon !
Myrna Lou Hahn, previous principalsof at the Starke Golf and Country Club Dea Paterson, Larry Paterson, Tern!
i SouUiside and Jessie Moore prin tsr + itiL. rt, i with her retirement as secretary at Paterson Mrs. Mary Hope Bowers,
cipal. Also among the guest was Starke Elementary School for 15 mother of the honoree Charles
s Thomas and former principal Charles
Rev. George Harper. years given by Starke Elementary Francis
faculty and staff. .
The refreshment table was covered I

with a white lace cloth and centered I Centering the head table was an arrangement *
with an arrangement of yellow and I it of pink and white carna- Jim Faulkner Retires
white daisies and day lilies. Inscribedon I arrangements of
tions and smaller
the yellow and white cake was. the same flowers in bud ,vases were From Bethlehem Steel
rlit 'Living Begin With Retirement tables.
centered on the side
I s Have Fun'. Jim Faulkner who has retired from
.. Bethlehem Steel
Kt #( welcoming Principal Charles remarks Thomas and Introducedthe gave the Jacksonville, after SO Corporation years employ,

6tl Mr Moore presented Mrs. Harper honoree and guests. Robert ment was honored at a surprise party
with her name 'f Sunday night in the First Christian
with a charm Inscribed 4 kindergarten teacher and
t t), and date of retirement. pastor, gave the invocation.On Church Fellowship Hall after evening
services Mr
given by Grace
I the were Mrs. Sylvia
program Fullwood and Mrs. Ruth
\ Reddish and Mrs. Lavon Drives Shanbarger.:
I soloists accompanied by Mrs. Willie Inscribed on the sheet cake centerIng -
91bi \ i\ Randolph who the refreshment table were the
Mae pianist
\ Ml'h presented the "Sentimental words ,"Happy Retirement Jim -
0' "" 2frand! Retired but not Tired." Cake coffee
Mildred HarperMrs. 1 J4-1 Journey, 8 foot "SwlnginV'The
faculty and staff presented and Cokes were served to the SO

Mildred Harper was honoredat Helen Paterson. Mrs. Paterson with a wooden glider at members and friends attending.
Mr. Faulkner was given a engraved
the close of the 'program. Mr. and
a retirement party' Wednesday A piece of, covered steel
in the Faculty from Starke this Mrs. Paterson called to 'the coffee mug and steel tractor and
afternoon of last week wool makes, an excellent Elementary presented swinging chair to Helen were
j Southside Elementary Cafeteria after pin cushion-it even helps Paterson who is retiring from the school this year. Her husband Bob was stage to try out their new glider while trailer set as a memento of' the occa-
30 years of teaching; 10 years In the keep the pins and needles with her during the presentation. the trio presented their version of sion.
Bradford County school system. '
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I Class Reunion Planned Cynthia Thornton. Jane Gay Mr. Flynn graduated' from Sheila Fayson.Dwayne Florida presently and attending is a senior the University,majoring in of

Rev. Daniel DowdyTo John Flynn. Jr.Engagement Graceville High School and is a seniorat ,
For 1943 Grads Florida State University majoring CummingsTo psychologyMr. I
I Wed June 25 Told in Cummings Is also graduate of
Wed Aug. 6
I The BHS 1943 class reunion will be DeVry Institute of Technology.

held Saturday, July 23, starting at Cynthia Thornton and Rev. Daniel Announcement is made of the Ernest Fayson of Lawtey an-
5:30P,m.at the Starke Golf and Country Dowdy will be united In marriage engagement of Jane Derrill Gay, Jo Ann Tyson nounces the engagement and ap- .. ,
Club. Reservations and money Saturday, June 25, at 2 p.m. in Pine daughter of Agatha R. Gay and Ar- Edward W. HamiltonTo proaching marriage of his daughter
should be turned in as soon as possible Level Baptist Church with a reception thur C. Gay of Tallahassee to John Wed Sheila Lanette to Dwayne RydellCummings William ft Louise Thomas

following in the church Educational Maurice Flynn, Jr., son of Rev. and July 2 son of Isaac Cummings Family Reunion Set ',
The committee cannot locate the Building.All Mrs. John M. Flynn., Sr. ,of _
Sr. of Starke.
ID" following classmates If anyone friends and relatives are Invitedto Tallahassee former Starke residents. Jo Ann Tyson of Starke and Edward The wedding Is set for August 6 at
knows their'whereabouts, please call attend. William Hamilton of Lawtey will be Decendants and family members of
Bobbie Valinski, 964-6094: united in marriage Saturday July 2, 8:30: p.m. in Philadelphia Missionary the William & Louise Thomas familyare
Joe Beatty, James Brooks Ike Bur- The wedding: is planned for August at 6 p.m. in Starke at the home of the Baptist Church Lawtey with a reception : invited to a family reunion be
ton, Betty Carter, Willie Mae 1973 Class Reunion 20 in the Episcopal Church of the Advent bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert following in the Starke Woman s held Sunday, June 19. at Beulah Baptist

demons Doris Crosby Louise Saturday. June 18 in Tallahassee. Tyson Sr. Club. Fayson and Mr. Church, SR-100 In the Bellmor
Miss Cummings
Crosby Martha Markey Frances Miss Gay graduated from Leon A reception will follow the area.
Carter Eloise Gardner Jimmie Grif- The class of 1973 will be having High School of Tallahassee and attended ceremony. All friends and relativesare are both graduates of also Bradford High Please bring a covered dish.pinner
School. Miss graduatedfrom
invited to attend. Fayson will be served,between noon and 1
fis, Gene Harris Mary Lee Johnson their 10 year class reunion this Satur FSU, Santa Fe Junior College and Is ,
George Kennis, Betty Lynn, Jewell day June 18,at?p.m. at the Officer's p.m.
f Powell, Burnell Wilkinson, Waldon Club at Camp BI nding.I .
Wynn C.F. Boyer, and Jo Ann Jones. 1

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nr. Did You Know 'When you have these

Bradford County Janet Turner Betty Anne Phillipsand
Senior Citizens Club Ann Godwin spent last week at
Regency Towers at Panama City

The meeting Church There last at Tuesday St. Mark'sEpiscopal 24 was Clane Beach In and Tallahassee.also visited Dr. G.E. Mc- perg savers added I

enjoyable. were )
very pre-
sent with two new members.It Dr. and Mrs. R.E. Dopson had as ,
weekend his and
There was a special birthday guests parents Mr. ...UL
'L, celebration for Dawn Cr'n"s, who has Mrs."Robert Dopson, and Mr. and jjnvrri/-? --, '
been so good to help Senior Mrs. William Keith of Palatka and ,
,' Citizen's Club. our 'Bobby;Dopson of Middleburg. They 11 bk
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'..'' ,celebrated,.1.r fLynn %If"f"-:' pa we sa Be
Thi' Is the first Hm That a young; """"'II 1.1tr'anna tad fHOtana' !fal"! r .
person has taken an interest to help .
Jeane Loper a 1982 BHS -.Igna bim t.bI..ofrfJ"fI..ni' '" ,,,_.,.Iq J1t'loeganavbsg0j'
with the meetings. It means so muchto
us who are not able to do the work graduate left Wednesday for
Pa. to reside with her 1 i r 'tfw i>
Philadelphia ns
that needs to be done. Cake,
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Tom
and coffee by all. the
was enjoyed
The next meeting will be June 21, Lodeskl bank and, while attending being college.employed She in was a cost. '
with a covered dish dinner at noon at .
accompanied by her mother Mrs. ,
St. Mark's, 212 North Church St... .
Visitors welcome. George Loper, for a visit with -
relatives.Mr. .

and Mrs. Frank Bellizzi and y Y'
Louise Stern Presents family" of AltUS Okla. arrived:

Spring Recital Wednesday for 10 days visit with Mr. ,
and Mrs. Bill Rink and Mrs. Mildred

The piano pupils of Louise Marie Bellizzi.
Stern were presented in a Spring
Recital at the Starke Woman's Clubon
Saturday, June 11, at 7:45 p.m. Angela Welch returned to her homein
Ten students received composer Savannah, Ga. Tuesday after a
statuette awards for completion of weeks visit with her grandparents.
theory examinations. Following the Dr. and Mrs. O.L. Haynes, Jr.

recital, a committee of mothers,
headed by Mrs. Andrea Abrams, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Davis of
served refreshments of sandwiches, Gainesville Mr. and Mrs. Roy ,Andrews tv
cookies and punch.Participating of Jacksonville and Mr. and
Mrs. Rodney Hall of Tneressa were
were: Lori Mosley,
Julie Tnomas Brooke Watson. Sean Sunday dinner guests of Mr.and Mrs. Ceiling Insulation An Efficient Heat Pump .

Jones, Sunny Sundusadee Wannis R.O. Dansby. .
Walker Karen Rowe, Lori Mann, a
Brian Dobbins Beau Ely Selena Nor
man, Viva Riley Amy Lewis, Kim
Dukes Andrea Williams, Stephanie
Dukes Shannon Abrams Sharon i
Hamilton, Lisa Mosley Patricia ,
Parado Cindy Parado Todd Gillen- a.
waters Donna Parado John Tinsler, 1
Julee Wise and Theresa McCollum. "

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Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Hobbs spent the 1 .",:",-
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weekend with his brother-in-law and t I ..," Vol\!;;"
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sister Mr. and Mrs. Bob Odom in '4<.1 \")"
Tallahassee and attended his Leon "I "i'/j"'

High School 50th class reunion. An Efficient Waiter Heater Solar Film '

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Todd Thomson of Tallahassee is !.
spending this week with his grandmother will actually to conserve electricity have to do the
Mrs. W.H. Thomson and attending four pay you,' we more we can help hold the line. on everyone'selectric
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the Presbyterian Bible ways: bill. .

School. JAN14 Our Cooling & Heating Incentive. FPL will pay up to fbr more information on how to qualify or" to arrange for a,

Mr. and Mrs. R.O. Dansby were in several hundred dollar' towards the cost of having an older Home Energy Audit, send us the coupon or call the WattWise'Une '

Montgomery Ala. last week visitingMr. inefficient air conditioning system or heat pump replaced witha at 18004326563.The .

.and Mrs. M.O.Patterson and also George Domini*nnl qualifying high efficiency system. Watt-Wise Products Program.Another,way we're working *

from met their Colorado son, Springs Mjr. Mickey Colo Dansby who is Elks hold convention... Our Ceiling Insulation Incentive. FPL will pay up to hard at being the kind of power company you want..

moving to Montgomery in August. George Dominianni of Keystone $300 towards the cost having ceiling insulation installed. IN BBflBMM BBIBMBM MB BBBB--WB BB BBI BB BB1MUBBIBBHal aMIaM HB-

Kay Turner of Jacksonville and Cove Heights Springs and a Lodge member 1893 of was the elected Green Our Water Heating Incentive. FPL will pay up to several U rd like more information on the f following Watt-Wise incentives:' ,H

Brant Turner of Washington, D.C. President of the Florida State Elks ,hundred dollars towards the cost of having an inefficient water ,O Cooling& Heating O Water Heating

were Mrs. Janet weekend Turner.Mr. guests. of their mother for State the Elks year Convention 1983-84 during held the in Florida heater modified or replaced with a solar: water,heater water D Ceiling Insulation 0 Solar Film |I

weekend of May 2628. Tampathe heating heat pump or heat recovery system. I 'PI would like to'have an FPL Home Energy Audit,, g

and Mrs. Mac Baldwin returned Dominianni was Vice President at Our Solar Film Incentive FPL will pay up to$150 a

seven Wednesday weeks tour of up. last the East week coast after to Large the last convention year and,was this,accompaniedat year by his towards the cost of having solar-reflective film installed., Address I

Connecticut wife. Ada. Tb qualify for the l last three incentives work"must first be CIt'. .'F1.;ZIp..;.. .r..S II
This year celebrates the 50th anniversary recommended by FPL Home Energy Audit. r"J '
Mrs. Elva Lee Cantrell of Jackson- of the Florida Elks Harry an ,= Daytime telephone numbers =
vtllo is renting the Tommy Anna Hospital In Umatilla where 95percent J I Will everyone benefit from Vfett-WJse incentives?, j Mail to:Energy Conservation Department"

Blackshear house at Kingsley Lake of the cost of operating (the Yes. ifcs;\> & Florida Power& I
this week. hospital is borne by the Elks of These incentives tos costly than the oil to RO. Box 529100. Utlht FL 331521 .
Florida and the other five percent by are necessary I Miami ", .
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry E. Griffis and private donors.- I generate the electricity,wasted by inefficient homes.Every 600

son, Kelly,will return to their home in They accept no municipal, state or, .; kilowatt-hours of electricity! not,used is 4,barrel of oil no one i
Portland Ore. Saturday after 10 days federal funds and there to no charg' I=RL .J
visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. to the child that is treated. A person,'" :" 'has to pay (0&This also help*us postpone the building of expen r.

Gerald D. Griffis at Kingsley Lake. dces not have to be a member of the save,power: plants.The less oil we use,and the less new building L___, _________________._.
Joining the family on Saturday and Elks to be helped by them. )tsl." : .. Aitp r "
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Dan, C. The slogan for this year is Gal and,9,7' ',' l' j.,' :r
Griffis and sons of Orlando.; Elk Help Crippled Children.E''rr< _.. '

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II III: Water Fish Commission. Sponsorship of the week-long eventIs
I. 5 a2, Cubs SplitWeekend "Sunshine bass were stocked into part of a nationwide Fun 'n Fitness

Play twelve area lakes during May and program Genera Post Cereals, adivision
.f these fish should reach harvestablesize : 'of Foods, to en. I
tt In weight) in about
Iiii. (one pound
ii. ,4 Lawtey Cubs lost one and won one nine to twelve months," said Jerry courage healthy, active, lifestyles
F'F7 Xt v -I :? last weekend In a double header in Krummich, regional fisheries amoung the young and old.
: information entry
Additional ,
Melbourne.In biologist for the Commission.The .
the first game poor base runningand sunshine bass Is a hybrid cross forms and schedules of events are I
too many walks hampered the 'between the white bass and striped available at the Greater Sanford
Cubs in the 7-6 loss. bass. Identification markings of the Chamber, 400 E. 1st Street, Sanford
Leading hitters in the first game sunshine bass are the broken lateral or write Golden Age' Games PO
were James McNeal J-for-4 with a 1 lines which run the length of the body. Drawer CC, Sanford, Fl.,.327720868.
I home run, double and single and 3 "The sunshine bass offers
I RBI's. Willie Brown l-for-2 with 1 fishermen an additional opportunityto Assc. Bike
I RBI, Jeremiah Johnson l-for-4 with 1 harvest fish without hurting the Lung
1 RBI, and T. Strong lfor3. Losing pit native population of bass and Planned for Oct. 8-10
cher was T. Strong. bream." said Krummich. "Becausethe
'. The second game was shortened by sunshine occupies a different area
rain!but the Cubs regained the lead in of zone in the lake, all the fish can live The American Lung Association is
\ the fourth Inning and held for the 3-2 in the same body of water without planning a bike trek October 8-10 to
; ; win. direct competition for food." raise funds for the organization.
,. Archie Kittles knocked In two runs Area lakes stocked with the hard- The Trek will begin in Jacksonvillego
with a double to boost the Cubs in fighting hybrid include Newnans to St. Augustine, to Palatka, to
front to win the game. (98,750), Roweil-Sarnpson ,(37,150), Keystone Heights and back to
'Wauberg (5,100), Santa Fe ((40,050)),. Jacksonville.
:j jI' Ocean )' (14,370)), and. Francis It will be led by experienced long
'(1,300)) distance bike riders. For further In-

I'I't Camp Offered Also, Kingsley (17,000), Crosby formation call 743-2933 in .Jackson

t By Little League (5,400), Butler (4,200), Bethesda ,ville.
((900)), Hanna Park (3,000)), and Lee
Adams ((500).

Champions of the league.... Vacancies In each of three sessionsare

cond row-Jamie Bowen, Rhonda Randy Milton still available for Little League Volunteers NeededAt
These are the champions of the Dixie Youth Minor Bryant,
league. Members of the Twin's ball club are from (left to, David Elder, and Ashley Alday. Camp in St. Petersburg. 3 and Super SeniorsTo Edwards Rd.
Sessions begin June 19, July ,
right); front row-Larry Green, Jeremy Crawford Shan- Milton, Elder, and Alday were named to the leaguesallstar and com
July 17. For applications
non Kelly, Gary Gonzalez, and Brandon Macomber; se team. '1 if.P.G.'s plete information call St. Petersburg CompeteIn 'Complex,

813-344-2861 or write Little League Sanford

Baseball PO Box 13366, St. City and County workers have been
Petersburg Fl., 33733.In working on Saturdays to improve con
a friendly, safe and yet challenging Hundreds of "Super Seniors" willing ditions at the Edwards Road sports
Nip Pizza Hut 15-5 : .. atmosphere, campers develop individual to run,'swln, cycle, sail and sweat complex. .
skills needed to play their way to gold metal honors will ,"We can use all the help we can
m baseball. At the same time they havea gather in Sanford for the Ninth An- get," commented city surveyor Pat
> lI happy experience. nual Post Fun 'n Fitness Golden Age Welch. Welch said that any teams Interested -

Pitching, catching, throwing, running Games Nov. 7-12. in helping spcead dirt and
1 fielding and batting are subjects The olymplc-style sports gathering, etc. should show up anytime between
: To Maintain omens Lead taught on a personal basis. All camp sponsored: Jointly by GeneralFoods'Post 7 am-5:30: on Saturday. Or Contact
Cereals the
? activities are conducted on model and Greater him at 964-8292. '
fields, with approved equipment and Sanford Chamber of Commerce, is

I P.G.'s rolled 14-5 over Pizza Hut SUMMARIES Thursday June f .. methods found best by Little League open to anyone over 55 years of age.
Last year, over 2,000 people entered Rec. Dept. Plans
maintaining the leadin Research during more than four
Monday night, '
Starke women league Softball witha Monday,Jura 13 Rebel 120 2S222 decades of working with millions of from the United States, Puerto Rico Tennis TournamentStarke
and Canada and a record number of
17-1 record and two weeks left. in the St.r.e.s 000 (GOO '0 children. The camp schedule is is expected for this
., designed to assure good fellowship competitors
geason. P.O.: 102 J1S 2 14 .iI
> Since the of
s event. beginning
", Last week the Telegraph had Norrnan's Plus Hut 909 000 0 S !IF friendly Little League People. year Recreation Department is
Rebel leading hlrt.y Sopp .-1_4.> :) the affair in 1975 the number of participants -
Farm as leading the womens Jig have increased than planning for the third Lipton Ice Tea
but In '.0.:. hltteniHarlet Homm Thrower 3-for-4 an r more doubles tennis tournament.
'league, was error. leading dOUb:3'... six times. mixed
with 1, Vonda Hall .fo, ,, 4-for-S with a fe Fishing wll end June 24, with
Normans is in second place a "':- K. PhyllUCuf- dtuitt,4 F SeasonIs "We see this as an indication that Registration ..
13-3 record, just better than the Cub- f.. >4-for-S with two doublet, Tracy Strickland 9Cubbette -for senior M,:dUrMU-ItA faslest'I'.ar. games being played on an individual r-
bettes at 13-4. Hank........ 2for3. It" 'f' ... Arriving I hrr 0'. .4q\erlca ,; ,basis, until the finals. p*' -
w"g. opulgt,\gii.. group, are :
.. ;...4Z9. Hut.,l.rtdyt0hltf.r.t3'; ul eyG''J'' ._... _.,,., I -t rTfeh j''be 1lh.1q\.l'1VJj\l! d in the Entry fee will be S3 and players will '

.. ;l ,: ,"' ITANDI. i': :;:, ;I N. o. .fq. 9 Ho..ah. :foA : .W ..."'' l Mon lui i onceijfirfrf' SrmeH N'Ite tli SfSQ" (Ilhti5"lrfovemenGn r official.pl'Widothe'r ball for,own the:pala tourneyup) Perm fa until the-
:: this Dennis Cour-
..--.. Il.u.anf GroveNovarens /IIIII IIII, In north Florida and anglers are tak- country, says the finals.
'son Chairman of the Board of the
,.G:. Coding hltterHartkrion of the nice weather between doesn't
13.3 704 DM 20' ing advantage Anyone wishing to play
Greater Sanford Chamber of Com-
4-for-9 Llg.lt'21 h with d' "ipl.l "and
Cubbotte" 13-4 Perfect, 10 010 010 2 > fronts to harvest good numbersWtfappie have a partner should call the Rec.
; double. Hall l-for-4.:Cuff I. 3-faaartnmf, *' merce.
f Rebel 10-7 and bluegill. Dept. and arrangements can possibi-
3-for-S. 11 The golden 'age group features 35
Rowdies 11. -' Cu""'tt.s leading hlttemj. Bright double. Hardy ( Although there is plenty of waterIn competitive events including track Iy be made.
Pine Hut 7.11Dautl.ro 2-for-3 with a triple, L. Mack with a triple, local lakes and rivers, the fish are and field, cycling, basketball, golf. Local competition will advance to
', -1t B. Mock 2-for'4 N. lee 2for4. Oauler leading hlttertiHorn 2-for-a.. imply not biting," said Dale Jones, swimming, sailing, tennis, archery the sectionals In Jacksonville. One
Perfect 10 3-15 Perfect 10 leading htttrij. Brody, Felton 3-for-4 with three double., Feller fisheries biologist for the Game and canoeing, bowling, bridge, billiards, member the doubles team has to be
Starette ,." Murley Blak.n.hlpfor2.. Mor-3, Horper 2-for-3. Fresh Water Fish Commission, croquet, decathlon and many others. from Bradford County to be eligible.
With the temperatures reaching the
eighty degree mark for several days,
fishermen have started catching
.... black crappie and bluegill in Alligator -

: Lockeroom in Mens Lake, near Lake City.
If I Tops League Other lakes producing catches of A BROKEN HYDRAULIC

crappie and bluegill Include Sampson

firm 2- has .SUMMARIIS
Athletics a
3-for-4> with a double and triple, Randall : Orange Lakes, near
hold of the lead in men open Softball Fred starting to bite in
Thoma2-for-4 with two double,. Shellcrackers are
league play after adding a 1S-0 win Monday,June 13lackeroom Wheeler 3-for-4 with a triple Earl SanlordJfor3. Orange Lake and are expected to bed HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS.
over Olin's Mobile! Homes Monday Tommy Reddlh'2-lor-4 with a on the next full moon fishermen ..
night, finsihlng the regular{ season for. 61 010 IS double. should check the cow lily beds near
the league Ollnt 000 000 0 Lawtey leading hrtteniMltch William '.; the mouth of Cross Creek for beddingfish. ... in idle equipment idle work crews, and jobs

Make up games Still nave to be Lock_", leading hlttertSom Slbtey ..4-for-4 Keith Northrup J-lor-3 with a double :: left undone' while you wait for a replacementhose
but the championship seems to ,, :' i"'A favorite bait on Orange and
played '
belong to Lockeroom. 4-for-4 with a triple, Jeff Stone l-for-4, Newnans for bluegill and redear is assembly to be shipped by the. equipment
Gruanwald 3-for-3. Bill Moore I.fo.3.lob ,
: D&J Country Boys are In second Jim Furlong l-for-3 with a double, Terry ,' Thursday, June 9 live grass shrimp.Swimming. manufacturer.Batftdoesrft.
V''place with a 10-5 record, ,J .' .
'J/ ,. ; Had_, lane Slbley l-for-3. ,
310' If
Lock._ 940 <
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.' STANDINGS Country I Soy 000 000 0 rao.1.-
f", h.' Roger Da.ue 2-for2, Keith Mormon. '. To Begin in Aug. ', '..: 1' .,.

> ': 'i..ck....... 13-2 Danlal 1-lor-l. Lackeroom' leading hltteriHard ..
Country lop 10-1 i-for-4 with three>double, Slbley 2-for-4. : t r .. '
Raider : 7V .< UW Raider ', 445 11 0 ,.15Lawtey Smith. 3- or-4, Stovall with 0 double, Bradford County School's com- r'D' +
OMn > 3-10 '., T 1002125, RotlKf 2-or-3 with a double,. Gruenwald \munity education swimming program r! :.: ;
Twins .' .' '. (2-1|e eF es with a double, Donahue J-for-3.!furlong ; will begin Monday; August 1 I l\ \ :;
,, ': 1I.lden'leading! hfltemRandy Corblrt l-for-3. and run through to Friday August 12. t'4w.t1 1411Y
I .,'I''1.-:; }.." ,." ). .. ( Aa usual the program will be held at .\ ...\' .... 4I ; JI ;:..
f, .. ..... ,, ,' Men's Club .
( .i'1..'. ; l" 'J.. .. ,, Camp Blanding Enlisted tI .
I' and Is open to students who have com

,j(!:", ':;', .. 'r. I .,'r. Actions Land Championship 'I'pleted, ',Transportation K-6. will be providedfrom I .r s 1v.

.', I,' ft Fishing Report' each of the elementary schoolsto ,
"' 'y the lake and returning to the
.,('\, > r schools.There will be two classes con-
-II! :'' Bream fishing seems to be Of Starke Dixie Boys LeagueActions ducted each morniiig with the v
about the best bet according to students assigned to one of the two
'local fish camp and tackle stores.- ended up on top Of the Dixie 1-for-4. William 2-lor-4 with a double, pluses l Each session will last aboutan

/.": ... .. Boys league with a final 11-4 win over Merchant leading hltteritJon hour.
Ferret's Hunting and Fishing. the Merchants Monday. .Roebuck '.Io'- ', .Blankemhlp' Mor-3 Registration fee will be $10 per stu-
.j .' -Tackle Keystone The season Is over for \the Dixie I..I.lor.2.. dent with a $30 limit per family.
'J' ',;Bream have been mostly biting Boys with no make up'games being fJ.tr: .
I '<.i 1 4!on worms and crickets early in played. ,'Actionso2 040 0 ;\\I,,:'W': Int. a bane
) ,', the morning and I late In the even-' \ Olympian 021 003 a'Action '!;1.West Goes to 51J11 >
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',' ",'., '',' > Bass fishing has been slow for STANDINGS leading hrttemCobum l-for-4 1, '\Special 'Olympics WE HAKE ROSE ASSEMBLIES

,"i' the, last month with very few V., '. ." Whltehead with a homo , '; coming In,' mos!' under three Action; 12.1 l-for-3 with a triple. / I.Tommy West, of Starke is participating
,.. pounds. Best luck with the bass is .. Wishbones ... Olympian leading 'hlttriDavl, in the International Special WHILE YOU WAIT -. ,.,
it. :' early In the morning and late and Merchant I I MsOlympian. Mcloed with double, Davis 3-f_", Olympics In Baton Rouge La., with ...
V'h '; past dark in the evening. :74 Hamilton with a double.Wlhbene the support of the local Kiwanis Club. are exactly ,like the original and better! To put
i .. .,.. } ,*> West who has been in other special
t ,.. t H, 'a men and equipment back to work fast and
'Ii t : Griffin'Lodge Santa Fe Lake' Break, ** ," 1-14 c (070'.ua ISlawtey Olympic events leading up to the International your -
,i! Shellcrackers and catfish haveS ,''I)i 000! 021 f, meet, is one of 75 participants save you money. *
'I been biting good on the brush. SUMMARIES t from Florida.
S/ I piles on the little and big lake \. ;Jenkins. J-for-4 wMt. a double and Mele* '" West won medals In three events of "
r" "- Some anglers have been having' Action 111'. 403 'it| Weed......a dovble. S.Green"'-__4 with the state meet He won a gold In the. Starke Motor Parts "

1 ... luck with shell rackeJ'IJ on the Merchant 'W) 010,4,' ,e triale and doubts Berry with. a doubleRevrke loftball throw, bronze In the standing ,
)i ,r sand bars early In the morning, with a double. long jump and made it to the finals In BrowTJee Road- 96H06O
and late In the afternooni A nen*lo.d14; klMecwCooum ford, Lawteiy leading. hrttaratJohmoni t.for.4.,, the 50 meter dash.
{ f/- '? Pull moon is coming up on June .Whitehead. .J-lor-4' with q double 10'...., ,c.i.. 2.for:.. ..He attended! training" camp In .
t I 1 25th andthe four,to five days '. Tampa Bay three weeks ago and was ., ..
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should bring others honored at halftime of a ;
'N before the full moon imong
',1 the best luck. Bass should be starting Stars to Play. TUtor k i lniourueyAlabama: Pam pa Bay/Rowdies soccer game, : : ''-:: :
to bite better around thatytlme. ; ttfeatfwrheadVOLVOO.OMO4
? i \ :'The Starke Stars and Junior StatS' l ,-' 'Tennesseed' and South "GlAIIWll'/x 'Population : -a_
will be traveling to Tifton,' Ga., this Carolina, @ "' ? + :a '
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Increase : :
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?f*', ?;?; Strkklands Landtag' ; weekend June 17-l participate "Their first. gm0 will tie Friday'', .
v' L "e email bream the Friendly 111lnvlt.BUolI8I softball night against the 'tUtm Gators at urp.m.v "'Foe7 fish population has increasedrecextly ', "."
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haven't started bedding Starke Stars play In the 18 year old
and the bass \ fish ae<
v 223,000
and will with 23 be Sat, June 18 at 10:30 a.m., If they were stocked with over "
to much yet. 'and up group compete lose they will play at 11:45 a.m., ,cording to Florida. Game and Fresh
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First Beats Hard Workms' ,

r Northside 7-6 I ; J. D. Francis titters in Three Sports I

d Baptist ., ,
Bradford High' athlete John David Baseball season cranks up. right
*, First Baptist squeezed in a run in N.w River leading hMeraiBosiett and Francis was first to letter In three after basketball and then spring foot
i the last Inning to edge 7-8 over Nor- Wadded with a doubles. Rhoden J-lor-4 sports in five years by rounding out ball practice starts soon; after
thside Baptist Tuesday night In a bat- with o double and triple, Anderson. his school year play'ng football, baseball season and last until the last
1 tie for the lead of the mens church a-lor-4, R. GrlHIt ..-,..,-.. with thr. basketball, and baseball. .' week of school. Francis also participates
Softball league doubles, Allen "-'0..3 with a double. Francis who was a starter In each In city softball leagues.
a Northside still has an edge over event also maintained: ft-B "Can't project anything but good
First Baptist in standings with an 11-3 Grace 122 420 It average in his academics. He was things for him. He has two years to
I) record. First Baptist is a 11-4. Air' Park 003 010. 4 busy practicing or playing In one or build on to experience. John David Is
r Battling for third place is Kingsley Grace leading MtterstWorren 3->or-4 the other sports all but the last week also a fine golfer, but doesn't have
Lake Baptist and Starke Stars, each with on Infield home run. Chub Johnson of school. time to practice and he can go to the,
with MM records. 3-for-4 with a triple and a home run Moving up to a junior next year, golf course and stay right To there :
Welch 2-lor-4. Francis has two! more years to Improve with them." says Hurse. "He's
f. STANDINGS Air Park leading, hlttersiGIbb' 2.,or-3 and add on to his experience.As talented just like a lot of people, he L-j
with o double. a field goal kicker and punter, he just utilizes it."
Tuesday*">. l/ gives the football team experience on
Northside, 1 the kicking game "His father Francis was a utility played on the
lib Nrstaoatlst, 103 100 I 1tt St. ......... ,..rfaltSt. (Charles Francis) deserves a lot of baseball team, filling in at third and ,
Nerrilslee MO 013 t the credit. He has been working with second base and short-stop,according
f) ... 200 020 4 John David since he was old enough to to baseball coach Mike Hartley.
I first Baptist. leading, MttersiC.Sopp andJ. Methodist 001 000 1 throw and kick{ a football"says Bradford <'He can play-at any position and
lewis l-lor-4 with a doubles, M.Hartley Stars .leading, hlttersiWatklns 2-lor-3 High athletic director and head does a good job of it," says Hartley.
1( Z-for-4. ft. McGee 2-for-3 with a triple and Norman t-lor-3 with a double, Rlggs football Coach David Hune. "We lust "Hoping next';rear that he can play
doubl. I. Sexton Z.ror-3. 2"0'with a double. picked up from where he left off' the same role.
Nerthslde. leading, hHtersiD. Thlgpen Methodist leading hlttersEaves' 3"for-4, Hurse former kicker for the "He Is a better 'hitter than his
2-lor-3 with two doubl' ., J. Thompson Douglas' 3-lor-3.' University of Florida has also been average Indicated we are going to expects -
i 2-far-3. C. Faulk 2.lor3.I working with Francis since he was a lot from him next year,"according -
I young boy."Having. to Hartley.
First Methedlst 010 Ml 3 II Kingsley leading HitersW.: Teiton a good kicking game Is Francis was a good Doorman and a
/. Presbyterian 030 444 0 II 3-1 or-3 with a double, innls with a double, vital.to a good football team and we good defensive player in basketball
D. Crawford with a double, D. Gains expect him to make his contribution" last season,ranking third in assist for
First MathocflofIIlnl hitt.r' .:Polk 3-lor-S with a triple and two doubles says Hurse. the team, according to basketball s'
2.'.,*.., Thomas 3-for-4 Jon. 3-for-1. Mundorff 4-for-S with three doubles, "His father has also worked with coach Mike Sexton.: a
Wink I.. 4-for-4 with a ''pl.. Gains Cnonn 3-for-4. him a lot on baseball which Is probably A strong point of Francis is his t r,
2-for-3 with two doublet. Air Park .leading. hltterstRonnte Nugent his favorite sport. Last year he ability to see open men down the 1. i
Presbyterian. .leodlng hltfersiL.' Peterson 2-for-3 with a double, Haas 2-far-3. was out some with an ankle injury, court. "He Is very dependable and a ?
3-for-4 with a double, D. Thomas 3-for-4 but he still had a good season," com- hard worker" says Sexton. 9
with two doubles and a home run. First Baptist 120 703 0 20 mented Hurse. "We need more players like him to
i, St. Idwards 000 000 0 0 Playing three sports and making play in several sports, he goes all
Crate 044 201 7 good grades takes a lot of effort.Foot year without a break," commented
I Jr.St.r. 000 249, 0 11 First Baptist leading' hlttersiCralg Sopp ball begins two weeks before school Sexton. An example, is that summer
4-for-3' with o triple, double, and home starts. Then basketball Is usually basketball practices started this week Good foot.....
Grace .leedlng, hHterwL. Boon 3-lor-4 run, Mike Hartley' 3-for-5 with a double, underway before football Is over and and should go through until the end of John David Francis gets a good boot on the ball st season.'Francis was
with a double. Johnson with two doublet. Rick Stevens 2- Welch "-'or.'. Crews "'0,-, with a dou run. Terry Vaughn with a triple, Jim lewis football season is over. two weeks before,school opens. and baseball last :year.
ble. Cavern/ 3-for-3.. Naswarth 3-lor-S-.. u._ J-lor-3 with a double..- .
Boone .,..;-...
Jr. Stan leading hltterstRoblnson
3-for-4 Phillips 3-for-3. AMERICAS' FAMILY DUG STORE

Smyrna 103 323 I 13
N.w River 321 050 0 12

I I Smyrna .....''nll hMersiTralner 3-lor-4, GREAT GIFTS FOR

,. Norton Seorle 3-tor-3-for-4.. I. Gilpin '-'0'-... West Ic1w-

N.w River, I..'". hi".,..Bo..."
lor-3.. Rhoden 3-for-3 with a "home run,
McClellon 4-.fo,-" with a double and home '

I run. D. GrrHls 3-lor-S. Arnold 3-for-with Watches Calculators; Cologne!

a double. R. Griftls 3-lor-4. ___.
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KI"..,.,Lake 301 002 0 0 .

Stars leading MttersiWotklns with a "
double, Hudson "- 0"" with two doubles,, ENGLISH LEATHER
J. D. Francis 2-for-3 with a double. OLD SPICE'
Kingsley lake.leading, hlttersiD.' Gains MEN'S -
2-for-4 with a doubl. WHY THROW AWAY AFTER SHAVE --

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Tournament Set 4n
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If toothbrush is three months 99t1a 200 i% '.
Registrations for the Our Country y. .
old. need a new one. The policy 59
Day tennis tournament are now out you BRUT 33LOTION MUSK'often '
and tournament chairman Rich King i of changing your toothbrush that '
has set entry deadline June 20. j is a good hygienic policy. Price reflects cents off label. I FOR MEN
Although present-day toothbrushes Limit 1 please. 3.2-OZ. Bag. 10.00 ii I o-oz. rrn stunt!

Entry forms can be picked up at city are so well manufactured that they 3-OZ. COUMM.. .seas. -w
799. S TO 1. ..... I -
hall The Monitor office or at The can last much longer than that. It is I i CMorcc ..,.
Locker Room all located still idea to fresh one. I "
on a good get a TUMS E-X .OREO =
Lawrence Blvd. in Keystone Heightsor x Present-day dental advancements EXTRA STRENGTH Limit. 1BRITISH ,,, "I
at the Bradford County Telegraphin claim that it is just as important '
Starke. floss and brush the area ,,of your 10OZ.Be .- x STERLING I 1
Play will begin the week of June 20 gums and teeth to reduce gum disease 1.M AFTER SHAVE Hi
r beginning with the first round of each (resulting in gingivitis) and ; I59Limit I : I Ipamful.
division. ANTACID. LO TION5,00 : :
treatment. MATCHABELLI
expensive .
On June 21, players in Women : =apt |
A toothbrush is an inexpensive
Singles will meet at the city courts I new :2DERAN I ,COLOGNE
located in Theme Park at 5 p.m.Nen's way to help maintain healthy teeth 399 g I FOR MEN
and gums. Avail yourself of Eckerd's .
Single players will meet at I 1iIiit-. llOCZ.Reg.
the city courts on June 22 at S p.m. x low price on them'and our watchful 1IIIf'! ) COOL CHIME 1 ..-
According to King defaults will occur ; healthcare- for Eckerd customers. WHEATACOL THIN MINTS 47 Limit i .39
if a player fails to report on these WhlltKol! f-OZ. Bet. Sr as.2nrl
assigned dates, unless seeded. ",5S5J BRITISH STERLING '
100 TASUTS | Q I
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On June 23, those playing in the 1 4lJ >139 2-OZ.keg.sjq

Youth Singles Division, should report 111I EXTRA STRENGTH ; io '$t Limit 2 i BLUE STRATOS
at the city courts at 10 a.m. On June [ tn ....-
24, players in the Junior Singles division -
should ,,. LOTION
report at 10 a.m.
All those playing in other events /< | NATURAL VEGETABLE \Limit 1, 1H-DZ..' '
I should contact King at 473-2885 or 129"i( LAXATIVE POWDER .. ..
Weeze Gorman at 475-2841 for pair- 0 DETERGENT i 179

Finals will be played on July 2 at 2-TQ 14-4H. > AFTER SHAVE/COLOGNE
the city courts with various divisions or COLOGNE SPRAY( I
scheduled as follows: 9 a.m. Youth Compare withMetamuclll ifL .... te 11.OO TOUR CMMCI rz
Singles; 11 a.m.-Junior Singles Boys limit 1 BLUE STRATOS
and Girls; 4 p.m. Men and Women ) 699 '
Singles; S p.m. Men and Women I FLEET ;COLOGNE. >...
Doubles. r@PRESUN DISPOSABLE 30" X 72" FABRIC Alter, Shave. L..T, ::: 7.00
Mixed doubles will play off at 1
BEACH GLO .. 4OZ.OCCologne
on 9.Registration a tWBTl. 55i
/.' AS0no counts Spray
fee Is$5 for ingles; $5 AFTER TAN Bs \*MMOTPWMP 3-Oz.-I
for doubles; and S7 to enter more than MOISTURIZER e .-: .
one event. Checks should be made a"1 ., 888. L
payable to Our Country Day and 199 i /... UI =Tr= Limit 2 I MONSIEUR HOUBIGANT PIERRE CAR13114J'AFTERSHAVE'
mailed, along with the registration '. MUSK.
form, to City Hall, Our Country Day. Fl .... .... ,...... COLOGNE 'I LOTION( ,
! Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights ,PLAYTEXTAMPONS ,
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; Divisions include Youth, ages five SUNSCREEN liJ .. "oJ l BOX OP 20 UNISEX' : ,
toll; Juniors,ages 12-17 for both boys 399 .. WITH 14 naa 5O'\MOfIIE' JOGGING ; ,. 750CONSORT
!1. and girls; mens singles, doubles! and isIlw :.__ TTPU FREE SHORTS wP. ( '
f. mixed doubles; and womens singles ::.;.. I .VOUR CHOICt' .' .
P doubles and mixed doubles. 268'i. _
1 For any other Information regarding 949
\5', the tournament contact King or DOUBLE-EDGE Schick Limit 1 whilequantltes $? '

Gorman at the above telephone BLADES last. .? ...., 33 '
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Quarterback .
PRINTS ; '-- 1-2"1
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Bradford Quarterback Club will be SHAVE CREAMPrice } ayr

I Thursday meeting at night the at BUS 7:30. Field House 149 T1 EM < :' ;. .', .! 'r"j! ;::1 J -- i :'Limit;2 I 1 .timrti. . t
Anyone interested in Brdford football ". .,
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1amoewieta P.lcfl. .. Sponsor. Programil .
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Cl I 1 The young Ushers of Ebenezer BI p.. The high school graduates of fellowship hall. Their parents and, '. become 4 new"' .. and'a butterfly Imprinted
Kingslcy Lake Baptist Church"Where list Church is sponsoring a Young Kingsley Lake, Baptist Church were Sunday school teachers .were also invited -. r' on it'was presented to each
People's Church of Tomorrow::,pro honored ,at a breakfast, Sunday to the occasion. graduate. This was the central theme
everybody Is somebody and Jesus Christ .Is Lord" I I gram Sunday. June 19,at,3:30" p.m. morning; .June?. ?, In( ,the churchQCIjwctj Breakfast" theme was "You 1 Can in Bro. Douglas' challenge to them.
The The
public is invited. Become. fellowship was During the morning worship
Sunday Services: 'iti-\.' decorated in the school colors of the. vice, they were. also presented "The ser
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and with butterflies.Rev.
1ft M graduates "
Open Bible.
10:00 Sunday School Mrs.. Carolyn Spooner I:will I be the ) ) Greg Douglas,. pastor of The four graduates who
11:00 am-Morning Worship speaker along with selections,from Kingsley Lake Baptist Church ,honored were: Suzy Alvarez, Robin
,6:30 pm.Church Training R I the Bradford Mass Choir and, other brought the program following the. Stern, Linda Underhill from Bradford
7:30 pm-Evening Worship visiting! choirs. breakfast. A plaque with II Corinthians High School and Paul Boree from
Wednesday / 1 I'' Jletosf 5-17: "Behold, all things are Middleburg High School,

7:30; pm;Md-Wtek- Prayer Service I 1ft.(
Church of God Hosts 11
I Lc.-.c Greg Douglas. ,Pastor 'Located en SRI 6, r First Baptist Church BanquetThe

.-.c.--c-.cHlM'c.-cMIII Fellowship Hall of the Starke Hanging on'the walls and at points of
of StarkeBIBLEATION Church of God was the setting for a interest were ropes cowboy hats,and I
'Home On the Range" banquet In horse blankets. A group of men from
Northsldo. Baptist Church honor of their fathers and sons June the church rendered some special
11 at 6 p.m. .musicals on.their stringed instruments -
I, Corner SR 16 & 225 led by Howard Coleman.J.T. .
"" The haU'was decorated In a western Kirkland, Jr. was master of
ranch atmosphere,.with bales of hay ceremonies. Rev. Walter. Montz,
June 20=24,9iarai holding saddles and horse blankets. pastor of the church, gave an inspirational -
The long T-shaped tables were message on "Our Heritage."
SATURDAY, ; covered with brown linen cloths and The Ladies Auxiliary prepared dinner
i ;; Noon napkins rolled and tied with rope.The and the young ladies auxiliary served
JUNE 29 head table was centered with a the fathers and sons.They were also
covered wagon and horses. Lanterns In charge of the decorations, led by
3:39 pm covered wagons and horses were sponsors Mrs. Mark Joyner and Mrs.
Placed down the length of the tables. Clifford Martin.

: [PlaaC GJ u o Lawtey' News 1

'by Elizabeth Terry Methodist Church on June 19. Sunday

Lacy;, Family Tampa \\)00;) a @1 CHURCH ACTIVITIES phone 782-3300 June Grace 12 United was Methodist their last Church.Sunday at

Scriptures Quartotof The members of Grace United
Grace United Methodist Church Methodist Church will be welcoming
PalatkaDinner m@ had a farewell dinner for their pastor,. their new pastor. Rev. James Tompkins -
g, Rev. Delbert King and family, June of Starke on Sunday, June 19.
12 after services. They'have been Rev. Tompkins Is looking forward to
on Grounds transferred to Gainesville. Rev. King renewing old acquaintances' In the
will assume pastoral duties In these area as well as meeting their new
: Bring Your Own Chair two new churches: Grace United members.Mr. .
Methodist Church and Faith United
C- -, and Mrs. Ralph Futch of Black
AMERICAS FAMilY DUG STORE Mountain N.C. and Mr. and Mrs
Benton Futch visited their aunt Miss
Elizabeth Terry on Saturday afternoon

: Friends. of Robert Lee regret to
DADS AND GRAD learn that he is a surgical patient in
St. Vincent's Hospital; Jacksonville
Our prayers are with him.,
Mrs. Juanita Harper of Starke wasa
guest of her mother) Mrs. Carl
Prevatt on Friday afternoon.Mrs. .

"* Cameras 'Radios '. Cards Tools' ,home Friday. Wilma June Wainwright 10,from Riverside returned

Hospital. Jacksonville. She had total
I knee surgery and it was successful.
She spent 3V4 weeks In the hospital.
Our prayers are with her.
Mr.and Mrs.Clyde Wainwright and
family of Lakeland spent the weekend
with their mother;, Mrs..Wilma Wain-
Mrs, Andrew' combs: Mrs. Bill ..
1 4 ? .
Ft Dobbs and Mr. Lester Austin drove -- .
F (M tQClevwand1 Va. tog4 tend! ,the, wed- li
r sister, Mlct.iJPhyllisHonaki j
; cfHprJamesSaturday, "
June 4. They spent Thursday until
/,/ / Tuesday. 11 of the ,brothers and
.. 'r hl/ sisters were there. ,
KODAK DISC 4000 'A ar rrI .. Mrs. Carl Prevatt was a birthday
dinner guest of her daughter, Mrs.
r CAMERA ZEST Truman Norman, on Saturday. June
AMITY'MEN.S or 11. ,
I. WITH 2 fiLM DISCS ..... 82.08 / COKE, Miss Martha Smith of'Tennessee
\ WALLETS, Automatic DIET COKE SAFEGUARDBATH wCre "D Temple Bible University Chat.
88 flash SOAP tanooga,Tenni spent 10 days between
40MfR.'SSUGGUTED 42 ( Slon- TAB BATTERIES semesters with the family. She
free:! or II.IHLZUT..HZ.SAfEttUMO returned to school Thursday June 2.
!i' 12-OZ. CANS. Ma.73'1*. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman
y -PACK : f* PACK OF 2 were birthday dinner guests of their
Limit 2 packs / 89tIa 4 9" Compare to / son and daughter-in-law Mr. and
Eveready. Mrs.; Reggie Norman of Ichtucknee
MEN'S CANVAS 44 2' on Friday night. They ate alCove
CARS Restaurant.
t 'Llmlt 2 bars Lynn Boch and children of
DIAL Gainesville were Sunday dinner
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a.ot4.es ,0 GOT %" x 50-FT. Boch and his grandmother Mrs.
!t '547 999. '. 0 COOLER I REINFORCEDHOSE Nellie Wilkinson.

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The Moment Arrives... Supportive Crowd Rises as New Graduates Exit... ,i.' : ; "' :
Mike Cockrell !get his taimrl nipped from left to right by Supt. Tom Case A large crowd almost filled the BUS stadium to capacity with relative ,
who performed those honor for the graduate of the Clais of 19H3. coming from all over Florida and out of itate. Much of the crowd could not, .
graduate marched urDu the podium one at a time. hear the speeches but tat patiently honor of the graduate
Each of the ...5 graduate also got a handithake from Supt.. Casey and Dr.: Alan Robertson guest speaker, got the biggest hand when be said he ."
School Board Chairman Rodney Hall. knew graduation speeches should be kept a* brief a* poilMe.

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"Be your own person," valedic- and be handed- a diploma by School "This graduation ceremony mark*' lives, we have ourselves 'alone/.to ,4 ti .. \
torian Suzy Alvarez urged In here Board Chairman Rodney Hall. both an ending and a beginning said blame. f
farewell address to the Class of 1983 It was a blank diploma at graduation valedictorian Suzy Alvarez in her "someone recently told, me ',.the
graduating from Bradford High however. The seniors had to go farewill address. next four to five years will be filled
School last Friday night, June 10. back once more to the BHS office pay with new adventure, new thrills, and
any bills due turn In cap and gown, "A an ending It symobollzc the much unhappiness and frustration 'I
The 143 graduates of a class of 344 and then receive their real diploma. culmination of 12 years of striving Do not run from this for you will not. _
that started out In the ninth grade, "Once It took a willing attitude anda toward a goal, that goal being an grow without theexperisnces. Searchfor
had almost for their education that will serve a* IK springboard .
an perfect day pleasant smile to find a job Now, a those things in yourself that pro-
commencement exercises. It was skill must be added," pointed out Into the adult world "Moell e'yot'wlUi the most fulfillment and.
comfortably cool In the outdoors of guest speaker, Dr.Alan J. Robertson, hard work has been f ot1tJ tYI1t(1 'act veoc&Mft ioaecompltah them. Y 1'
the BUS football stadium with some president of Santa Fe Community lalnment of thia Pt alW1dt1ijja{ J', ,*f uWnem.>ifDi. graduates td
3,000 In attendance College. .f. }tae a rUMbillties. b4J ill this*WOY." ''-" kittrtne 1 ..lIbIIIW sldrantage'ss1d '
At least 2/3 of the aurtlince could The malaise affecting the entire' spent. stab, hi, 'ejapA.. L"'' .... I I#U't1
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not hear the speakers, however whena country lor &he peat W )'un.hu had. ......uA/I. f1nfagthasymbollagi .a...te.=I "e'U1r
barely adequate public address much to do with the current shortcomings : / f Int "" Jitiflrr'
system was rendered useless by win- In education, said Dr world.Ato ttp ti lll i e es. be tol ;ij .
dy conditions. Robertson. Increased emphasis on ing a gra uar 4 't b\ t>l 'm & llGOllnt.... 0 .
Graduates bravely showed happiness basics and on academic subjects soon sl Each of US, i8'g'ra'd turned pensive In moments as will begin to show positive results he seniors will soon be bombai'tfedWflH'/ 'Of'6Ii1openonaJ/ goals and allow them b"-
if alone In the crowd, and hugged said.Robertson responsibilities placed upon Adults/;. 'to be overshadowed by the desire of
and friends.
parents urged parents and others. ,
"Aren't proud of your baby," friends of education to take a real interest "Courses of direction will have to fin closing, I urge you to decide A -
asked one you coed holding out arms to In the school system and to support be plotted. Choices) will have to be 'upon .A course: of direction based on

her father for a comforting hug. schools not just through taxes but made your personal goals. In Simples,
through an open expression of In- "I urge you not to evade these decision terms! be your own person. A Time( to Reflect..,
Principal Jim Duncan called out terest in the quality of education In for not to choose Is, In itself, a "You are .being giver control of
the name of each graduate who walk- the community and in support and choice. The act of deciding upon those ; your life. To live your life In your own Khandlce Btruud seemed a thousand mile away In thought as she found a
ed across the podium, one-by-one, to respect for teachers, who are the keyto things that will affect our lives Is a !I.Way to reach the goals that you have time to pause and think waiting to march In and take her seat. It was both a
have the tassel on his cap flipped whether or not an educational privilege, not a right. If It I Ia exercisedand set for yourself, to oe the you that you sad and happy day for the graduate., A tear could be seen here and there *

from left to right by Supt Tom Casey system Is good or bad. we become unhappy with our, .'want to bethat Is luceess," amid the happy and boisterous time. : ,rR

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last weekend In Lake Butler. : olsAmill 1OuN.wak.Ni
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to the chump ionahip. Just before' / .

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These are the Giant's baseball club, champion of the Dixie Youth Major Contr.allsn a 7.c. .

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They are from left to right): front-Bo Heney Michael Hoggins, Jasertlleraey. ...... (Jk; N'i ," '
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The National Guard sponsored team ha* an outstanding' two year record of 'I'a ,j. It4 _. '.

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,. championship In Gainesville ...:.. ;: ( Softball tournament In Lake Butler last weekend
In 1MI3 the Giants took championship In Starke, Jacksonville and ManJionhl 10. k.flM a Stark*'*'Cubbette* took the tournament championship after winning the
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"Our team continues to play'with' campr.Middleburg'a.' t unit ".... ,. '' ';,ocRa e4s' \ and ''Cracker* won. ,their
Cten'Oliver Adrian. Softball got under way last] 1 I #lUll I.\n, ;. :::1
much better consistency the says Parkand; week; with, two games opening theueawmr. 1 //t1n.rwhiiy)aduoos I'IM. .."y,: ". .':i':games onAay Ouring uie opraoing. ofT .
Keystone coaches for AAU Johnson of Orange Tyrone' $ Cube beat the s : .Oat: _1IUI1. '""" ', '
basketball team that the William have Improved their performance !! Expos 11.- ? ,
had adding Coach Mark Kagen He Tuesday and the Astros beat the As14.L3 i ., cps.Iht. .. ......... ........TcMwSarn and Cracker beat the Zonfcer 1S-.3.a)
team has two very successful *, say "
...... Rascal beat,the Peep J7-17,
scrimmage at Baker County High also added that Keystone'' Rknle -, Monday. .J : 8ilua'M Fry Nolan Otay with.'ham ; ,
School and at the Keystone gym last Vey Improve conalatantly weekly. .. ,
week. The team I Is happy to see the return t.drrf .; 420 MO 3.11ag. Fry
Tonight, June 18 the Keystone based of Keylt ne'a Darin Green back to tJMt *' '-,r. ut oot a. softball started lastS CrAme..Co. iittkrS n Te Offer,Summer Camp .A
AAU team will play Live Oak at court after recovering from a foot' 'ga.JA' ..'+ with the Pirate beating the Conservation I ;'l j
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the Keystone gym, game time set at S stress fracture .f.kv Dee0/s through comprehensive, outdoor-. '
mission provide an
p.nti Local residents are urged to Coach Eager say things'are pro.. 13ed 1611 youth camps op oriented curriculum. TiM main! areas .11 l'
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come out and see'how the AAU team greasing well for the late June tournament Rwp.o ""- .. MooMwwith. .porhmity, of instruction are.nature and camp S
performs In compeitlon. in Galneavtllobut that Also this week. Baker County transportation continue to be a problem two ddablw "r ... ,' Mi 13Wimpy .The CllDlplllocated on Lake Eaton qii8tlc .,, va ;r.and '<
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player ) and Ardls for north Clay county players.State \ amps am open boys'aislhr.4.
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camp In Georgia and Glen Oliver of June 24-M In Gainesville. Winner: of -a $43541.13A.wo Jtoniu*) ,lu.kt.rtd begin June U>and continue weekly uoUAusjustT. '
will be attending the the tournament will advance to Notre-- I *!(. with .omen suns.A outdoor skill: and conservation practices. ..." -
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: ll"l rrj ; early in July and they have spent most of those 60 years In this area, watching
Ia't'h! Starke and Bradford county region grow through the last six decades
beyond anything they would have ever imagined in their outh.
'. ;: .' "It was completely different back in those days that s for sure. It was a
:. simpler time but it was harder In many ways as weft," Alvarez said last weekas
;'! ,'r"1-: .f' 'I he sat on his porch watching the corn grow In his abundant garden. "Some of
; I ,' our young people today and even some middle-aged people don't really realize
what it was like back in those'good old days'. This community has come a long
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The Alvarez family goes way back Into the history of the state and this coun-
ty. The first Alvarezes came over with the early Spainish explorers.
"Jose Alvarez was my Great-Great-Grandfather and he and his family were
the first. They settled at Amelia Island when they first came here then moved
inland as the family grew over the years," Alvarez says. "We had one of the
first houses here!his house is on Bayless Highway right next to his son Roman) '
when there wasn't a paved road in sight." -

There were Indians on the land before the Alvarez family settled in, Rufus
says he used to find arrowheads when he was plowing the fields on the 45 acres
behind his house. '
r He and his wife live in a frame house built after they were married in 1923.
The structure has been rebuilt three. times and added to but the basic foundation
is original.
One of the biggest differences back in those early days when the young couple
fri made their home, 'according to Alvarez, was self-sufficiency.
"We hardly knew what money was back then, ,he. says. "Strawberries were
our main money crop for the things we had to buy in townStarke( ) but most of
the year we were almost entirely self-sufficient. We butchered our own meat,
drew our own well-water and worked from sun-up to sun-down every day."
The Alvarez family cured their own meat and smoked it in a smokehouse builtIn
the rear of the property.

H,. C.. "We dressed them out ourselves, made sausage and corn syrup and really lived
pretty well despite not having a whole lot of money," Alvarez says "We'd
harvest our corn and take it to the mills on Saturdays where they would grind It
down into grits. We always had a big time at the mills in this area. It was a

chance "for. people to get together and socialize while. their corn was being
It was Just about all horse and buggys In the early 1900's in Starke and surrounding

area. Alvarez says people didn't start buying. cars very often until the
1920's when the economy was expanding.
"You would not believe what you could buy for so little money back in those
I days," he says. "The first cars didn't come in for a while. There wasn't much of
a road system for them to drive on. We had more cattle trails than anything else

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community.In. .I..ly,1O. .years of life In thin. county" growing. and changing with th- ., H YAr r It ,.

After retiring! from his position as Gardening Supervisor at the Florida Stale
Prison Mr.'Alvarez has enjoyed tending his large garden, which he does for
hours each day at age M, tending his corn, a grape arbor and a grove of apples,
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mh : for W..m..doya from'7-9 p.m. Both classes ere held al the Gainesville High School flee, which l I. open from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and hx one hour
, < .., .:!' ','I'\" and will be taught by Goln..vlll. Arltlsf Allen Corlelt.ju. before curtain time en evenings of performance..Call 392 1633 or 392-2OW for liar'flier
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I i.t 1i' .A *.,5'wucb.r. ClJbw; ; Is beglnnlni l .,Keye toRe tielghM' art*-a.doy'MM.gea' .,*cqll, ) the,. country club at' 964-1341.- ;,. t"litisLl, ,;;1'I'" .be staged at the C__t Mo .scram tho street from .... downtown ptoxo- Woman's Club and 'In Starka on Monday'nlghedar6:00: p.m.bend Thur *" .J 1>,,<1/,1'., i. beginning at B p.m. ,
1 M Jt.1 t 7 a 1. io' : Other evening performance or. Friday and Saturday and June 9, IS,,32 23 and ,
day Mornings at 9-30: smut" St. Edwards Catholic ChurfcK. : Call Peggy Reslsler I; ,Cultural, .Ev.nt.' ,\J< ; .'>
4. h" 'f'I" 39 oil "beginning at B p.m. .\\.t\, ,470-2730 far more NdormaNon. __. : ?
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< '1' Thursday beginning at S p.m. at the Starka. MasorUt L dp .$>W.l Coil and Orange for the, University of Florida'. Theatre Department, has announced Its 12th Annual '. ," W...... .* Os" lahjsland. School present a play for children Soturdayrot the

I .'". It.....: Jerry Barrett,... JacktonllW Is fh.' 'cdllW iveryone.. M (Itwlted. IP find out Summer. '''partory for '1983 beginning with a performance of the long. running Broadway 1 .'children.Gainesville Call Community 493-2728 Playhouse for further at 2 and 4 p.m.. Tickets""., are$2. ,lor' r adult. ., I.5151115 end SI for
more >II irwskal lilt'"Flfrln" at the university beglnlng May :37 Information" ,.
I CammwiHy; ; Ant Oaste.*..? '(/to'Yi' been Education programs* Summe temvlhef clow-::!'ABtonailc.!! and life Drawing" (tamed' ,musicals, continuing dfs''Pipplnu; I with T.n....... William "Sweet Bird of Youth ;" Nertfc FtorMa Oenl.ef Oultar Sedely':.wUI begin to 0.-111.' at the., University: at,
I SII.I it.,Wgft pgr.y.ty/y; / action, drawing, will be hM. Tuesday' from 7-9 p,m. lonford- Wilson'"IIIm_ of Eldritch" and conclude' with the hit mu.lcal "Working" Florida' fine Arts building Sunday Itt p.m. 'r' -"seaibl

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Randy Mark Prasek i, ''iu hot?'and'killed,;>i and' Florida:; law." said thel I V reporE(' A'>:"!Prior to his death inn PrasFklta'Ew i IOM?committed SIa t ice mtlltandr' &ll uthor'ties' '!..

hlmselrvMay, with;the ;,22 caliber); ;... Hawed by) jury foremarlBettye.: tt. a robbery, with a"firearm of the were,.,Awaiting:UWr arrival of Prasek .' Mile I
pistol (h if had wed to rob an Orange: i !! PUta Hut tnOrafgtd Park*andI' J was at thfe'Stkrte city limits when Prase j' Multi
ParkrMtauranWMud the report 01 a Prasek,25,Jampa having eludedpolice ,fleeing from the com ls'i tt''' I.thl" took l MA;!own I lLte..Jwna ,peoph'IWltq'f/; f;/' '
Bradford .Qiubtlfgrand1jWY'i8llued' at several roadblocks during,' felony which br Friday and unsealed Monday by Clr-, highspeed chase from Orange Park, ford County. ;' : ;l1ffl1l';: : mW thought pplcp J( had';shot; =The fin-;; r Z'/ .
fUll CoUrt Judge, .R.!\. Green.Jr. pulled his vehicle off the right-of-way The report stated t bd j o4' dings of,tht grand)!J jury:; states .. tee
t and took his own life rather than be-' and cash from the robbery<'werefound\ Prase toot hlydselfy5nd,( poll__I $ upreme
"Th>j ctiotwoC all law enforcement ing stopped apprehended or arrestedfor In the car, as well as a-i ke-oulbtbc' acted I W.a prdpe! m cmer bald Assistant Ply Polyester Belted Tires
agene* was proper and consistent the commission of the earlier from the restaurantwhich; arrledPrasek's $tAti i,Attorney '* me$ ;H.
with SOL nd and lawful police conduct felony. fingerprints.. '. 'Ii ';"l' fcrfell..i-, "{; ')(;:"t" TosjM Price SIll: FET PrteeP15S80H13 ...
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P21S75R15 2.79 '54.88
P21S/7SD15 2.46 38.88
The listricl Court 'of Appeals In ,of four counts of conspiracy to Importand namely marijuana' '**1t i;;p'b: : ... cJunp'at'fighV. \ ,P225/7SD15 2.66 '40.88 P22S7SR1S 2.95 '58.88 '
Alabarti has denied the appeals filed distribute marijuana The A sentence'of one year!: ". .-vf} ;, 2.96 '43.88' P23575R15 3.09 '81.8
by Maurice Edwards, Jr.and his son orginial charge included eight counts. eight (providing a I landing -& i ( .'received '.ii ,- ,
Zachary,R. Edwards both of Starke. Maurice received a sentence of Bradford County to run counts to ru,,' TuneU'Alignment
The appeals have been pending since three years In (the custody of the at- ly with the other counts was Institu'I'e 'special parole Front End A/C SpecialChange .
December,1981. torney general for count one, two posed. follow Imprison- 4 Cyl. :
years for count two and one year for A special parole term of to-' to 'the A/C
The father and son stood trial in count six to run concurrently. These to follow the imprisonment Institute In' 99 $121" '
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I' '.. Carburetor Repair See DID Bogle. WS4CORBETT'S
Date Set ding to Assistant Chief Harold Crews. --
He lias 25 experience
J. Wolbert Davis,driving a 1974 Plymouth was Stark? Family Planning Clinic Repair years .
FoijfJ.! northbound on Church St. and pulledin & Electric' In Fuel'
June 27 has been set for the trial of front of a 1978 Dodge pickup,driven Ktert Sundusadee, M.D. & Elect
I former)]>tarke attorney J. J. Wolbert by Samuel CarHon of Jacksonville. Troubleshooter Systems
who charged, with two counts of Damage to tile Plymouth was$700. Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied) [ SERVICE Ius
theft Damage to the TIRES &
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decease &Vasectomies ...
f 17,1601in payment for a t 11I1'Temple 7O4-o4oo
client ta ,mobile home without it..d..e (Formerly Starke flr..tone)
I transferring title of ownership. to the Lake Butler !Man No Hospital stay necessary No Abortions. performed ._-____ .._._________-------_.J
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; also denied a defense request to appoint Joseph R. Jackson was cited for -
,a payclatrist.to'determine careless driving in an accident June -
I Wolbert s mental condition ,at the 10 west of Lake Butler, according to
time ot''he alleged offense.Stare Trooper Kenneth Ethridge.
Jackson, driving a 19110 Chevrolet Customer: .
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Driver Cited pickup in the left side as it attempteda
Fot-Careless Driving left turn. Both pickups were travel- '
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careless driving in an accident June 8 $450. Damage to the 1952 vehicle, .....
: when her vehicle pulled in front of a driven by Thomas Bruce Bolash of Free Hamburgers & Hot Dogs Come Enjoy the Fun
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: catch: up with Sky Mastereonl(Billy Mcrae) In this scene from From left to right: Kevin Neel Randy Andrews Bernie Akrldge.
'[ "Guy s.ajjd.) Polls" Which begins tonight at the Slarke Golf and Country Club. i Sky punches out Big Jule In an effort to'get the gamblers to come to the mission Christmas, Keith hunter Don Neel, Billy McRae Patrick Crawford Cla dt t '
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: Saying ,he' detected "410 remorse. your soul",. Bradford and Alachua 'Counties.;. i; shooting death of Mary Kathleen Mul- M -
l, ::whatsoever," a''Judge Monday There was no reaction from the Stano had pleaded guilty to killing. ,i-.doon.i Both women were from Volusia i iI
:[Sentencedselfproclaimed mass- pudgy, former short-order cook Barbara Ann Bauer, 'Anne E. County. I
r .murderer Gerald Steno to death for 'already serving( six life terms for the Arceneaux and Janine M. Ligotino. Stano was convicted of the 1
; Ithe murders of two Volusla County killings of nine women. Bauer,,of New Smyrna Beach, was Blckrest-Muldoon slayings and prosecutors 1:
I women. Asked by the judge if he had any last seen alive in a Holly Hill shopping < in other parts of Florida and i
; Steno, an:inmate at Florida State words in his own defense prior to center In September 1973. Her remains -", \several other states plan to bring him ;
Prison, has confessed to killing 39'' sentencing Stano, 31, said only: "I were found near the Keystone to trial on other murder charges.
women between 1973 and 1980. have nothing to say at this time, sir." landfill In'Bradford County In, April,v""This is the first time Steno faced the
Circuit Judge S.James Foxman imposed This past March Stano received 1974. death penalty for the murder of the / 1
two death. penalties, telling three life sentences from Circuit Steno submitted unconditional guil women he stabbed, shot, strangled or s sII
Steno he was .to be electrocuted until Judge John J Crews in Starke for the, to the 1975 strangulation ot d drowned during the seven year F'.t'
you are dead, and God have mercy on 'murders 'of three voting( 'wmen In Susan Lynn, Bickrest. and the 1977 period I
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I Norman Dale Canipe was charged Trooper Peseta. on his own recognizance the day May 30 for driving'while his license
,. with having no valid driver's license Bond for the charges was set at$350 following his arrest. V was suspended, according to 'itj&'mim
I June 5, according to Patrolman Greg for DWI and$350 for DUBAC. Ruffner., Patrolman Wayne Wilkinson.
Nichols. was released on' his, own Wallace Tyrone Goodman was ar- Bond for the charge of DWLS was
Canipe of Daytona Beach was stop' recognizance. ,rested May 30 and charged with driving set at $200.Fayson 4
ped on US-301 driving ,a 1972 while intoxicated, according to 28, of Dade County was
Plymouth.Bond Daniel Williams was arrested June Trooper W. D. Langston. released when he posted a cash bond.
was set at $50, he was released 2 and charged with driving while In- Goodman 44, of Jacksonville blood a s
after he posted a cash bond. toxicated and having no yalid driver's alcohol content was .24 percent, according Ethel Harris Hutchins, 47, Slarke
license, according to Patrolman to the arrest record. Bond, was arrested June 3 and charged with f
Norma Jean Wheatley was arrested Willie Searcy: was set at$300, Goodman was released driving while Intoxicated, according
and charged with driving while intoxIcated Bond for the DWI was set at $300 : on his own recognizance. to Patrolman Wilkinson.
and driving with unlawful and for the NVDL was set at $50. Bond was set at$350. Hutchins was
alcohol blood level, according to Williams. 24, of Starke was releasedJtnl Alvin Jerome Fayson was arrested released on her own recognizance.
Trooper F. Peseta. Pheno Worm
Wheatley of Lawtey was driving a ".4alM I
1977 Mercury on US-301 north, of Flea Mineral Block: '
Fogger ;
Starke. Her blood alcohol level con- ? \ YJU'i( \ f'r, 1"' '0 'Y: .. w 1 .' ::.... "
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June 1 and charged with driving while with leather palm 6
intoxicated and driving with unlawful my tail bone was broken, X. i n ? >* 12 oz.
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'DAV Chanter. Installs New Officers

N officers of the-local- Chapter of the Disabled County Commission Chairman Lawrence Mocley ,t
Antun Veterans are II-rl Commander Wayne himself" a veteran of Vietnam with an artificial knee
May. Sr. Vice-Commander John. T. Owens, Jr. Vice- joint from being shot was guest speaker at the June ..
.. onpdor Billy Yeoinans.: Sgt.-al-Armj WJI.An- dinner In the- Pratt Street i>tar lie,Recreation: Center. l
. .. drt and Past Commander Martin Kapellan who did .Mosley told the DAVs to keep their bf'adsllp. thai It Is
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5 a lards Farm Sold when it was struck by the Chevrolet. Man, Arrested For4i:; -b1' A Once In A Lifetime Savings

i Public Auction The Ford, driven by Robert Mason ,
Carver of Starke received $500 In Forgery Charges
; acres Imore or less) were sold damages. The Chevrolet belonging to.
;r J4 on the Bradford County Court Deborah Fay Green of Starke received Mart David Mattox 25. of Starke '\ Escort, Wagons, LTD's. T-Blrds,
steps at a mortage foreclosure $4,500 in damages. was arrested June 11 and charged
.. tThe property sold for S643.000 Rescue 60 with Paramedic Cliff with eight counts each of fyrgery and HNu ". Jrr r' Crown Viqtorias
a !Ito the plantif in the a" t,actor Chapman and EMT Dan Cuddington uttering forgery, according to Chief ;
III n-eierk Gib Brown. i responded to the 8:50 acctdantt } Deputy. Glen'Moore.- -' -- 1 '+**V '* "< '
r' and Mauri Bond p.m. nVlUplJ*charged with signing An- 711 < : > lM mi wfi b> /I ..'1., "..
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I in Starke was sold fo the released on her own recognizance. in April of this year Buhler teceas- ." or .,;q -.r dull rl
lal Land Bank at Columbia, who According to the arrest record, ed, according to Assistant State.Attiorney
I I the largest mortage on the pro- Zaltowski was involved in an accident Mack Futc ;x: is aJsuo-.. .tfi '
; in excess of 600000. in May at the Orangewood Apt. she, charged with passuig-si jeral, fors.thless "
\ le the sale drew a lot of spec had been drinking at the time of that checks In May.The arn Ont" ex... Ter
the plaintiff was the only bid- accident also.Starke ceeds $5,000 for the 16 checks. ;v Motors
i ,aid Brown. There was no per- Bond for the'charges was set at,
property involved .in the sale. 10000. Mattox was released on his.
L I Man ArrestedFor own recognizance. 206 W. Madison istreet'US 301 964720rar ( .A<-

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# arged With OWl Jordan Padleford. 19, of
Starke was arrested and charged with
I I driver of a 1961 Chevrolet was disorderly intoxication June 11, according -
.wed with driving while intox- to Captain Scotty Rhoden.
.."I I when she caused an accident Starke Police were called twice to
i 9' in Starke. according to distrubance at the Gator Den Lounge. Bang Op ; Specials for the 4th
Iman Wayne Wilkinson. Padleford was arguing and causing a
bara Ann Zaltowski, 28.of Lake distrubance and was told to leave by .1, .. .
I vas arrested for DWI and dn iv- When .
police. was still
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J the vehicle she was driving were called he was arrested by ;e. -*Jsoo; I' .
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a left turn at Center Street released after he posted a cash bond, '

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I The Long-term: Penalty for Tanning Is Premature Aging and Skin Cancer .

Summer Is here and the race for the the effects can be devastating." slon. Another sign Is ulceration or lymph nodes and other organs." time. A few decades ago tans were Avoid the gun between 10 a.m. and
great American tan is on but who. In addition to premature sagging bleeding. There are four methods of treatment lurrereclW. working! '.......... 3 p.m. when ,ultraviolet rays are
will be the winner and wrinkling skin cancer Is a major When someone Is diagnosed as : surgery, radiation therapy, Today anyone without a tan Is looked strongest. .
University of Florida dermatologist risk from Immoderate sun exposure having malignant melanoma the prognosis electrodesiccation DrPrank Flowers: -says there are no according to the American Cancer Is usually poor," Flowers said. by heat) and cryosurgery (in whichthe unathletic and almost un-American. sleeved shirts and sun hats are Impor-
winners when\\Jt.come,to excessive Society An estimated 400,000 peoplein There Is now( data to suggest ,that tissue is destroyed through free Although Flowers says It is best not tant aids in coverage
sunlight exposure. While the shurt1'8'Vard ': the United States are diagnosed as malignant melanoma Is increased In ing). Malignant melanoma usually' to lie in the sun he offers some adviceto Tanning parlors should be avoid-
'' term may be a bronzed body having skin cancer annually and out 'htwt 'InrC 'Mid'Is mill fair c-mtipfi' '"> requires a more aggressive surgical, those people who insist on having ed. U they advertise no damage from
the' long-term penalty' will be of thai number more than 7,000 probably ions a iamlfy history of skin cancer' approach than the other types. bronzed bodies and want to minimize ultraviolet rays,chances are a person
premature aging and skin cancer."I will die from the disease this and increased skin exposure." '*' The survival rate for all patients sun damage. Protection. measures Include .will ,not tan. If a tan is achieved
don't think any dermatologist year.The. However, most skin cancers are with malignant melanoma, which the following: ultraviolet rays will be absorbed
would, advise someone to lie In the sun most serious. skin cancerous basal or squamous cell and come in may metastasize 4ulckly.is! only Place a sunscreen with a Sun Protection causing some damage to the skin
r', nor! the purpose of obtaining' tan" malignant malanoma which strikes the form of a pale waxlike, pearly ,about so percent at five years.That Is Factor(SPF) of 10 or. 15 on.ox-: -Hi person does become badly sun
;said Flowers,who.holds joint appoint about 17,000 men and women. each module or. a red scaly sharply outlin- in comparison to a 95 percent cure posed areas of the body. Children also burned, home remedies should be
iments, as chief of.tile Division of Der- 'year* Melanomas. ,are characterized ed patch.Basal cell cancer which occurs rate for those with other types of skin require sunscreen,Just as adults do, avoided until a proper medical
imatology at UP's Health Center and by a dark brown or black pigmentation more often, grows slowly but can cancer. when they are going to be outdoors for .diagnosis is made.
}| $the Veteran's Administration Medical that starts as a small mole-like spread to the underlying tissues. Flowers contends the fad towards longer than 20 minutes. Sunscreens For further information contact
,I''{Center. "Although people feel healthy growth. A change in the size or colorof Squamous cell cancer also poses a having a glowing tan resulted as with a lower SPF provide less protec Suzanne Carlton Health Center Communications
S and genel' l1rlook healthy with a tan .moles could signify a cancerous lef >nerious hazard because it may spread Americans IK<,n'r,'rI more leisure tion. ((904) 392-2621.

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i f Lee Davis! 'may soon get to do what Lee plans W go.to Florida State and
,,' .3many,youngmusicians and singers major in music.:"I would like to teach
> only. dream'' of doing' perform at music: on the college level," he said... a
( '] Carnegie Mall In New York City. The concert tour will begin with 99
5 t.Lee Is a talented young musician three days of. intensive rehearsals and d :
.land singer and has been chosen to Instruction at Rider College. .inLawrenceville ,1 1.
4 perform. with the"America' Youth N.J. From New ,
.;!!In Concert" frogram'sponsored,by Jersey," the students will go to New '
t ':the for Music.ii York for the concert at Carnegie Hall. Each '
According t to Lynn S. Geddes President After spending only one day In New
'" .of the.. Universal Academy, of. York, the students will go. to '
Music the program was "founded in Washington, D.C. where they will Matching Jog Shirts -
1.1970 to emphasize the good aspects of spend two days performing. in a 4
America and the acheivements and parade, sightseeing and attending a, Or Shorts, Dress, "'a* Y
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The program includes a concert New York. to perform at St. "r >r
; tour of Europe and appearances at Patrick's Cathedral and to leave for. And Walk Shorts
Carnegie HaU in New York and at a London. In Europe, a 23-day: program Coordinated jogging shirts or shorts In
parade in Washington, D.C. .of rehearsals,sightseeing and concerts terry, poly/cotton jersey or fleece look. .4 '
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'.. Lee has been interested 'In music France (Paris and Strasbourg), Dress And Sport Shirts in solids plaids or Iprints. '' u: ; ,? :Muck L:.
nearly all his life. "I have been sing Switzerland (Lucerne), the French S.M.L.XL and 1414 to 17. Fashion ;, '
Riviera (Nice and Monaco.) and Italy i
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forward to seeing
piano lessons at eight and then dropped "I am looking ,
it for a while and took it up again Paris most said Lee. The tour will !
-three, or four years ago "he said. spend three days in Paris and will
Lee was a member o1 the BradfordHigh give concert at Verrieres and at the/ 'Q99 dl
School band and played the tuba .Notre. Dame Cathedral.
and the xylephone. He was alllo tenor Lee needs about 93,000; to participate
one In the Bradford High School In this tour.Local businesses 'A J
chorus and was selected as a member''of or individuals are welcome. to con- LPPaii ,
the All-State Chorus this year. .tribute if they would like to see this
outstanding. young musician and ,
He went to the district 'Vocal and singer represent America on a'con- Dress Or Casual Pants llllll Y
piano contest this'year and received a :cert tour of Europe. i"
superior rating ,the' highest ratingthat Solid color woven polyester dress slacks
is awarded at the contest, for his with belt. Poly/cotton twill casual slacks. .,
'vocal solos) and his piano solos. lie Sizes 29 to 42.Father's ., !++r ;-.
then went on to the state contest STEEL BUILDINGS .
where he received an excellent rating Day j i { (. ?
for solos.both his vocal solos and his piano .AU new.. Buy direct. Sunday, June 19th V l' '

He Is presently preparing for. n n lees ti 2.2SSq. ft .

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June Iff. IINCI

News Briefs .

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Starke Man Faces Pedestrian Ralph A. Thomas was ped to Investigate but found no one In-".: In an accident June 11, according lo Blinding Headlights ", the road'ndi.\ ;.If. I

Possession walking on the went."Ida of the'roadway the building. | "" ., \ ",'(1.it!Jrmipur R. A, Williams I j sign, lost control the wet grass, nit
ChargesJames one-fourth mile north of High Ther* are'' no suspects ,i in the "'*'' Uillinrd. driving 19HO Ford, was Cause Accident. -"ij.i;,;, i-. ...>hit the second stop sign before ofiln_ 1

Byron Roberts was arrested Springs when a vehicle left the paved burglary at this time according to Investigator ,i:"Mk westbound! qn CK-228;: at, the interscvlion According to the'drtvett of,,* .IWta,$ to." Blob, according to:TrooperAbranu. t ')I'
June 10 and charged with possessionof road and struck the victim on tM left Mike Taylor of "the',Clay. ,t':1 of CK-lOwhcn'he! failed to'yield Dodge the headlights of anotherrvehi- .. : ":[ '

cannabis and possession of side which resulted in permanent County?' ,Sheriff. Office. 'IJ'' and struck the right front of a 1971 cia caused him to run off the roadway' ." Damage to\\he'Vod) w.. .tSO01'1the '

paraphernalia, according" lo Trooper: disabling Injuries. After striking the Lavviey Man Cited : "" i.Ipord I driven by Nancy O'Nell and strike two stop signal June 8 on flC ccidpnL h H h ftaiford.' :'tv'\ ; ;''I

Roger Roberta Williams., 21, of Starke was stopped victim southbound the suspect at a high/ vehIcle rate continued of speed In' CR-10 .Accident ;' :" :VJandri '>: I Bracewcll of Bowling Green\!, which. SR-16. '. d> .' ,', I ,A: ',1< ''..

during a routine traffic check when according to the", Florida Highway. Carl Milliard of Lawley wad'Cited ',' '/was Damage southbound lo the on 10110 SK-16 Ford was 2000. was Steven turning Littleton the ifendrix curve, of Ra'irord' : ;, '.("Ol Ii.."'." :
substance Ohio Ot-16
Bond for.each was charge discovered was set at A mid-sized sedan bearing a solid" for violation of,the" right, ,of..way" ",'.,:.(." 'rI Damage lo the..1977, Ford was 1000. from R-l2l when, M '.r t\.p'l 'J qMMMMMM .'",/:".' ,'

$500. Roberts was released on his own horizontal line of tail light was the M.MHMMMMMM

recognizance. only description available .ort. 'th.. : : ". : ]T"" ;'- ;r""' : '' .
suspect vehicle. / :, ,; : : : }
Information ort .
Any ptrson having ,
Starke Driver Cited.ViolationRight this or any other crime In the Alachua ''' 'fff.I.T.N. II, ) ;

County area la urged to call Crime \oI.i.
Way TRAC, 377-8722. The call will remain ; I :
: .. :
Richie for completely and to ) .r- ; 1ItJ
Tyson was cited violationof anonymous up '" i Fe "
right-of-way in an accident June 12 $1000 reward may be received for Information .. Resa'ura': : ;:. ':

on Sr-16 according to. Patrolman leading lo an arrest. f'... ." S .
." .. ht# '":-.MaiJp4'Sz1gft955. : ,
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I Celsius
Richard Bennett. Crime TRAC No.Names No Face, .j.:. ", ; \ ." : .
A 1982 Datsun, driven by Arl James No Hassles. I '
Myers of Jacksonville was eastboundon '", 1517 Bessent Road 964-6300 Starke ,:' ,,964-'f81'' \, '. I : "j', .

SR-16 when Tyson driving a 1972 Keystone Hts. .Gull .. i', :, 1900 N. Temple Ave., US 301 N'O-flna'Mote'( ,,', ,;;;;- ,

Buick pulled out of a driveway In. Robbed Early TuesdayCatlett's : ,In,brder to prepare: for:'our 10th Anniversary Sale and 9th : ' :
front of the Datsun. The Datsun :

struck the Buick causing $800 Gulf Station on sa- oo in Annual Needlework Show7w will close at i.'OO pm Satur- CHINESE LUNCHEON,; ... Jt : ':

damage. The Datsun received $3,500 Keystone Heights was, broken"Into (Jay: June 18th and except for Convenience Ddys July 7th ,. .
in damages. between 12:10: and 1:30a.niT\.IesdaYi: $ : C1,
and 8th 'from' :10 to 6 we closed 9:00 );, :-
Rescue Supervisor Cliff Chapman according to owner operator Charlie ,wjllstay until. : am 27'5", ., .
responded to the 2:57: p.m. accident. Catlett. :' / Wednesday,July 20th.: &' "f ..

Entry was gained when person or t '
persons broke the window ol a bay Pates to Remember

SR-27 Pedestrian Hit door the and station.then opened Currency the door,amounting, entering .,1', Closed June 20thi until July 20th : 10.% off for; 'Father's' 'Day j J//2

Near High SprngsOn to more than $200 was taken from the EXCEPT July 7th'- 8th from 10 to 6 .- .

Saturday, April 17 1982 at approximately anything cash register.else missing.There Is no report. of I' Anniversary Sale July 20th thru August 20th : tt Monday Friday A 'Sunday" ,

3:20: a.m. a High Springsman The area was secure at 12:10 am. Needlework Show>. August 17th thru August 20th l' 11:00': 2:30 4:309:30Saturday : :
was run down by an unknown
when Jones made hIs
motorist traveling southbound on Deputy Ralph :For further information calf-i 9646300The Magic Needle ( ,
SR27. rounds, at 1:30 a m. the deputy noticed T- 4:30: ( 930; .
the bay door was opened and.stop- ". QQQ .
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NoticesNOTICE j ; .f' Ih St, :,,
II Legal .. _
m ulpLJ1,11rcurrent 'Ift: rl 1 -v j-uir. .a.:: M J-rJ_ U J .J' R: II IT JIW.4'.. J n r btf
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June 30 1983 and make public records ol, BRADFORD COUNTY TO HAVE ANY RIGHT TI. thai the undersigned plaint or petition. AMENDING. SECTIONS 'tMEPORATI\ lsTIN'G'CO'kle.

a recommendation to the. Bradford 'County. : CASENO,53-196 TLE. OR INTEREST IN THE Bhupen Brahmbhatt 739 WITNESS my hand and 11-3 AND 11-4 Of THE LIMITS OP THE',

MICHELE CORCORAN City ol Starke Commit- Florida CIVIL ACTION PROPERTY HEREIN North Temple Ave., the .eal of laid Court on CODE OF ORDINANCES,. CITY 'AND ,GENERALLY, .
DAWSON has made application loner and the Board at public outcry to the ', DESCRIBED. Starke. Fl 32091. ole or May 20. 1983. CITY OF STAKKE TO IN* LOCATED' ALONG STATE'", I

to the' Stark will consider on Tuesday highest and best bidder ROBERT LEE\ PRITT YOU ARE' NOTIFIED joint owners, doing GILBERTS. BROWN CLUDE DANGEROUS ROAD:;900 ""(U.S. aOlfcl\: 1

Zoning and Planning Juno 7. 1983 at the' for cash at tie hour of Husband.. that a Petition To Determine business under the firm A*Clerk. of Sold Court BUILDINGS UNDER, THE PROVIDING, THAT :AIL I

Board for reclasslllcatlon same .sold place at 7:00: I 2:00 o'clock Noon on July BenefIciaries ol the name of STARKE MOTOR BY:Marian McRoe HEALTH AND SANITA. EXISTING LAWS OR
and I
of the property described P.M. on Ordinance 21.: 1983 at the front' Estate of GEORGE S. KELLY COURT. 739 North Temple Ai Deputy Clerk52641chg616 TION ENFORCEMENt. QF"' DINANCU., RULES ANQ I
door of the KIMBERIYANN, PRITT. ha .been filed with CHAPTER II : REGULATIONS SHALL .
"below from A to RM-1 relating to entrance Avenue, Starke, .
Wile M' '
Parcel "4264 located V. The' rezoning of the Bradford County Courthouse the. Clerk of Bradford Florida, Intend to NOTICE Terrence. Brawn/, "APPl.t.IN SAID, AREAS..wANDsPROVlDlP4' ) .

mile South of Alligator following described: property at Slorke. ',. V'NOTICE Of SUIT County Circuit. the Court allowing concerning register said .fictitious OF INTENTION CltyAttorn.'tTOMLINSON I SOWN;.,,r:.';-,AN :IMMEDlAT.IErfDAT FOR
Creek off 301 South and amending the. Florida.. : under the TO REGISTER ''
approximately VNO PROPERTY name PA .f .
% ,
10 acre* ((6 Comprehensive land Dated: June 7, 1 983, >.,',;. Those property',certain: lot, aforesaid tatute. Fieri nous NAME ":tKlsga IV-: 5'.''r t.tt'1IInCeM. BroWn,
acre except borrow pit) U.. Plan to provide that Richard! L. Co*.Jr.i TO- ROBERT LEE PRITT, blockt, "plece*, or Dated trill 311 day of .. ,,, 'J "' .:.,i :. City Attorney

In NE% of NE% ol SW'/i lands currently zoned 1-3 United States Marshal BOO C.i Ohio'Street, Pitt- parcel' ol land situate lying May. A.D. '1983 In Brad- v Pursuant 'to Section NOTICE! I'' '" TOMLINSON B BROWN;:

In Section 32. Township 6 and designated' by' the. ,Middle District! pi FtorldaBernard "' sbu.,>/ Pennsylvania and being In the ford County. Florida. 865.09, Florida Statute OF PROPOSED" "' .'' 'p--i.! <, '.' '. ,VW .

South Range 22 East for plan as Commercial; .be I' 15212. County ol Bradford and 6/Q24tpdS/23. .notice I* hereby given ENACTMENT' < .. ',," 'fI'. ftehge/16! .
placement of mobile reioned to R-1D. and S. Mclenobn' ""' '' 'YOU ARC' HEREBY State oi y Florida and NOTICE that the undersigned OF ORDINANCE ,,, __" ','.WI

home. designated Mixed Assistant S NOTIFIED that on action mora -.particularly OF INTENTIONTO Robert D. and Lisa A.S.. BY CITY COMMISSION :: :: IN TH CIRCUIT COURt,>

This change In residential the propertyof United States Attorney; fa;' dissolution 'of marriage described a* follow, to REGISTER Bryan P.O. Box 1203 JTARKE FLORIDA, OFTHEEIGHTM'JUDICIAL '

classification Is ..ublect'to SAMY F. BISHAI Attorney for PlaIntiff ," hot been filed FICTITIOUS NAME ,Starka. Fl 320l. sole or CIRCUIT
described follows o164tchg707v : WI'outh'.1; ; Quarter .. NOTICE ,IS: .HERESY IN AND
a public hearing to beheld as : 100 v .' again you and you artrequired t joInt| owner, doing FoR i
on Thursday June feet X 200 feet between ..-<** to Mrvo a (SW'/i). of Northwest Pursuant to Section business under the firm GIVEN that the proposed '.2IRAOF COUNTY ': S

30 1983 01730PM.. In Bawling Center and THE. CIRCUIT COURTEIGHTH of your_lit."defense copy*, Quarter (NW'/i) of Section 865.09, Florida Statute, name of BRYAN DIVER. Ordinance whose. title'hereinafter 'f&' RIDA "''f'Iit' J.

the Council Room In the. railroad track off N.Temple JUDICIAL If la It. on the plain. 23'Townihlp 6 notice I I. hereby given SIFIED. P.O. Box 1203. appear*, will PROBATE DIVISION,.'
any be considered for final) ,
Starke City Hall on.Thompson Ave. out of CIRCUIT OF FLORIDAIN tiff whose South. Range 30 Eot ox- that the undersigned, Starke, Fl 32091. Intend CASENO.B3-36-CP.,
parcel 2429 In Section 21 AND FOR >attorney copt the,lolloping two STARKE NURSING enactment on tlve:21s5: "$':I-247Bi. "
Street I "name and address i.I I. to ..gl.'.. told fictitious .day ol June, A.D., 19B3.
Storke. Florida. At thistlma Township 6 South Range BRADFORD COUNTY. Dudley P. Hardy P A., '-porc.'One'MII' HOME, INC.. 808 South name under the at the City CemmlMlon IN RE-the Estate of "},*;"

all persons Interested t2 East, to be used for CIVIL ACTION J P.O. .Drawer 1030, Northeast corner.ocf4L.In-7' Colley Rood i Starke.: Fl oforeiakl ttalute.Dated .meeting starting at 7:00, RILEY BERTRAM KING,1" '
shall be heard security tenant In mobile CASE No. 83-113 )209lC.'o1i? 'or jointwner ......... -L '
: thIs 311 day ofr'jJ..Mtrt. Qec.
Starka. Florida 32091 1, 2. Begin' P', the Nor.< *. dOing businessind.r p.m.. ,In the City Hall$ InStarke. : 'I)._' "
lor or against the pro- home .orlrjlnol.i !)I lw I .frflohtta.thrf.ee AD1'93 B F t ..
iYou further ; IN REi TheMorrlooeol( wtth.the.4srk. lhwe conoi the?firm name oT7 4lCoPheu' <4 .> nNoTicBer4cf'nnos ;
pooal.o.-II'edln"-; are given '>To' '.... the, 5authW Quarter .. !'lr:. .n of sold | ) | ,1 \i i: '''tffnf.l
Zoning Code of the City NOTJCS'Ihet<'., cert of VERNON I. L... '. ,!Jty&I'Husband J.abotf. tyfo4)) court oiC ,rb.! 'hw..t :rH ISPEIJIONES| "tt 6 23 be InspecfH b>' /nmember '1/ 'M>MUMMMm_\1n63''ItT

of Starke, Florida. said proposed OR. d before July 5. 19 tll,j I Quart'1 of s.c- CENTER intendHegliter n. .., of Sti P'/rtf./ .,t'J'J'I9c. JJIIB tlf. .nnrltoa

Walter W.'cott.Chairman, DINANCE Is available for and .. { otherwise. a judgement 1\1\ Hon 2JI: "Tt4nship 6 '.mmff -vmder told fictitious: the OF NOTICE the Office, of the City The. administration 'el,''"
your Inspection at the. office LUCY LEACH OLIN. 'bo entered ogalnsl South Rang. 20 f.st In afOresaId' itotute.Doted PROPOSED Clerk In the:;;City Hall. the. Estate of RILEY BER

Starka Zoning of the Director of. Wile ., ,:MV \' you'may far (ho' ,rellel'" Brifi '; d I. Cnty. this 24th day of ENACTMENTOF ORDINANCEBY Starke, FlorIda On Ilia TRAM KING. Deceased..,. ..
and iCv date first above' File| No.II3oJ6.CI': In pending .
( Planning Board Zoning Planning East men
demanded In tht com May. A.D., 1983 In Bradford CITY COMMISSION
NOTICE OF SUIT- : I honed all Interestedponies 'In he Circuit Court
ltchg616NOTICE Bradford County Courthouse t plaint or petition. along 'th. lorty line 0 County Starke, Fl. STARKE. FLORIDA :
Stark., Florida. NO PROPERTYTO WITNESS bond and distance ol SSO loot to a 5/26 4tchg 6/16 may appear ond lor Bradford County,
Each and Person my take, thence 'unSou'h.rly .be heard with respect to Florida Probate DM
every seal of told Court NOTICE IS
t tho on HEREBY
having Int..twha'.v. : LUCY LEACH DUN,\ 7SO feet to a this proposed Or. lion, the address. bf,..
Juno 2. 1983.; GIVEN that the proposed I'
whiCh Bradford
; Is
: County
A-12 Gllmore take, thence North
.. In the Village, run
SANDRA O'BRIANT. enactment GILBERT S. BROWN Ordinance, whole titlehereinafter
ORDINANCE Courthouse, Post Office
JOHNSON has made of this proposedORDINANCE Utica New York 13S03. of Westerly a distance of IN THE CIRCUIT' AN
application .. A*Clark of Mid Court appear, will ESTABLISHING COMPREHENSIVE Orawei *. Starke, '
730 loot
for HOME OCCUPATION should appear YOU ARE HEREBY i I By: Marlon McRoa to--a stoke COURT. EIGHTH be considered tat Una), GUIDELINES Florida, ,' 33041.' The
for Book., and'be heard at the NOTIFIED that an action J' .% thence run North along JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF enactment on the 211 '
As Deputy Clark aid line ol old TO PREVENT DAMAGE .nomes end addresses of ;
keeping and order service time and place described. for dissolution ,marf1rlage ': 6/09 4tchg 6/30 distance of !Boo loot Forty to a FLORIDAIN day ol June A.D., 1983 'TO UNDERGROUND PIPELINES r"1"5' :the; .,Personal Representative .
has .been Hied AND FOR .
In "her home to the at City BY EXCAVATION; and the' PersonalRepresentative
.' the point of beginning,
BOARD OF against you and you ore < BRADFORD COUNTY meeting .'artlngIt! 7:00: '
Starke Board of Adjustment PUBLIC NOTICE Terrene M! Brown alltOrney ,
9 63 ,
containing acre
required to serve a. CIVIL ACTION In the. City Holt Ins'ak. ,
of copy
StarkaCommissioners p.m.
that Is City *
on property or set forth
!I.. All In Brad- City Attorney .
i more or COM No. 83-177 Florida. A .
defenses copy'
of written '
classified R1A and your 'belo. ;' \
Pursuant to Section lord County, Florida.. TOMIINSONB. BROWN. 4-
described "below: Byt L.M.Gain. If any to It. on the' plain ,1 S3.801,. Florida Statute, OR I' "" HARRY DeWITT and of sold Ordinance may 'p .A. All .Interested person
911 W. Pratt Street, Director, tiff's attorney whose ALLEN'S ATTIC Southeast '.Quarter be Inspected by any ItchgVl* are required to file with
member of the public
_.... ond address I at this
court THREE
4039-04900. Lot 49 Storke Zoning 6 Planning gIves public notice that ((51 V.) of JHorthweM Plaintiffs -A. WITHIN
the Office ol the
of Parkwood Subdlvl- 1tchg1 ol Section ,
Quarter NWVfe
the miscellaneous ( ): -vi- the '
perortoli Clerk In Hall
City ,
slon Section 29.Town.hlp P. p. Drawer ,l030. 23, Towmhlp 6 PROPOSED PUBLICATION 'OF THIS
NOTICEOF 'StarftV Florida' 'Hotl': : ioodi olrCarolOundtach. Starke. FloridaOn the ENACTMENT..,, NOTICE!: (t Jk'oll claimsagainst ,
6 South Range South Rang.20Ealt. except WARREN L. SHAVER
stored! '
In Unit date lint above
22 East.The INTENTIONTO ((904)) 964.5701, and file the two and men _. OF ORDINANCEBY ; the' estateend, "'
23' of AllenAttic. following tiered all Interested '
REGISTER the' original with the CITY COMMISSION. ((2)) any abjection by ort .
Starke Board ol parcel: MARION B. SHAVER
FICTITIOUS NAME, I located at Slate Road 100 parties may appear and Interested 'to"-I
clerk of the. above; styled STARKE,FLORIDANOtlCSV'lS person
Adjustment will conducta and Lauro'S.t, Starka. I. One half acre In ,Defendant ': .be heard with respect lo : twHorn" notice
wos mailed ->
court an or "before July Northeast co ter. '"' '
public J hearing at their Florida,'will bo told this proposed Or '
Pursuant at l4RtaYGIVEN the
to Section IhottchaDengat :?
IS; 1983. otherwise. 2. at .the' Nor NOTICE OF
: ajudgement Begin SUIT dinance.
h.ld .
at ,
regular .
meeting auction of .... will /.f i
B69.09, Florida Statutes, be public on the thwott (NW) comer of IAN that the proposed validity mejualHIcatlon
7:00: P.M.,. |In the Council notice I I.hereby given tht entered against may for premise' beginning at 9. the' Southeast" ', Quarter, pROPERTYTOI ORDINANCE EX.. Ordinance; whose. title of the" Parr_,'
ol Starke Hall.Thomp.an
Room "
City 'the undersigned JeffreyL. the relief demanded In o.' "':. Juno 27, 1983. (SE%) of the Northweit; : Warren: Lw ki'o.;.,. LIMITS OF THE hereinafter appears., will, :*onel Representative.' '

Street, Nugent. Route 1. Ban tha.;complaint or petI.'tlon. : -Allen' Attic, P.O. Box Quarter (NW'/i) of, SeV.', Tunnelton, West Virginia. CITY OF STARKE TO INCLUDE .be considered lot hne. jwenue.'ar | 'jurisdiction c 4 : ,.
Stark, Florida enThursday. 784 Lawtey F| '32058, \ 656/Keystone Height, lion '23. Townihlp *: 264..... CERTAIN LANDS enactment>.on the 21st, .the court. ;J le-'::
June 30 1963. sole doIng S '1'\QrIdcII2656.\ : Lass In day of June. ....Df. 196: ALL ClAIMS'ANQ OBJECTIONS -;>
or |joint owner, WITNESS hand mci'] South. Range1! Marlon B.Shav. LYING CONTIGUOUS TO
At this time, all persons business under the the. seal 1 of sold Court i II.. 6/092tchg6/16.! Bradford County, ..'. Tunnelton, Wait THE EXISTING CORPORATE at the City Commission NOT SO FILED*'
an : K ,
Will ,
will be heard concerning Florida thence. Lost meeting starting.at 700; ; FOREVER BAR. ;:
of run
firm name QUALITY Virginia ;26444. LIMITS OF THE *
June B, 1983. Hali I.,
REO. \ :
this applicationas i IN THE CIRCUIT p.m.. In the' City i In'
along the lira .
specllled in the zoning GILBERT S. BROWN 'COURT Of FLORIDA of>550 loot to a ,Starke. Florida. A copy' j Pvblic.tlon"oI', thlVNolke
NOTIFIED that action :
Bo* 7B4, lawtey Ft an 'ALONG S R. '
of As Clerk. of said Court 'j';'-EIGHTH of sold Ordinance, ; hoi eoun on 1& ,-
codes ol the : JUDICIAL may ,
city take, thence iunSoutherly foreclose a : ,. ,
320SB Intends to to mortgageon WEST; "
Starke. By:Marian McRoe 'I' '. \)' CIRCUIT IN AND 750 feet lo 4 the be Inspected by: 'any .' 5 "."' .198t. .\ '
following THAT
register said fictitious As Clerk. ". M property .ALL EXISTING member" of the 'Ver 3nol .'IR.p"'totl..1'
l.M. GainesDirector name under th.afar.soid Deputy (I. .V ri'' FOR BRADFORD 'take, thence-run. Northo4Welerly4JIItanceot .In Bradford County LAWS ORDINANCES the' Office 'of, public the et ,',
OI64tch70iSIDON' City
FLORIDA ; Florida One square acre: RULES AND REGULATIONS *
Starka Bd. of Ad|. statute.Dated '"': 1 \1PROBATE j;; DIVISION 730 feel to* "Hake, In the Northeast quarter SHALL APPLY ,INSAID : Clerk In the. City 14oll, ELOtSSKINOToule .
this 9th day ,Bo <38SWoycross '.
Starke, Florida. Or the >
.1'.J. FtLENO.SSIOCPIN thence North, the. Northwest .' ., .
6/16 along of '
1tchg Bradford COUNTY EMPLOYEES fun quarter AREA: AND PROVIDING 'S .
June, 19830., In date first obove men- :. ; Georoja eoF
old line of .ald"forty ol' Section 29 6 '
a Township FOR
Florida. \\"I9n.d. olf1ln'.r..ted % '
County. 'i-rt'l
's ,. NOTICE FLAN Mi OF distance of 500,feel tothe )> South Range 22 East, a*. e" qIV ) ;'. ; : '1. '':'
./ 6/164tpd7/07 : OblIGE S, KELLY, parties may appearQnd n .' :i""
ol beolnnlng
point iContaining ,follow.: DATE. '
> :
_.. be heard with 'Aftornefgr
to .b' 1.iL
\ i Deceased.: acre/.!1''" respect ; :!
043 tho
FORREZONINGAND UNITED STATES DISTRICT The Bradford :County- ,Commencing at Terrene M. BrowrfCity this proposed Or' r. f nat,_ ...H.-: : ,\ :: .'
'\ le All In Brad ol the < .
AMENDMENT Board of County; Commissioner > AMENDED more or >* Southeast corner Attorney r dlnance. J I., Representative''. '. ,
COURT.MIDDLI DISTRICTOF .ford County. Florida._ above named forty acres TOMLINSON* BROWN 'i;, ? '
'OFTHELAND ,wlll .pe" 4 :'" AN ORDINANCE.. '! '? 1w"J\
NOTJE..OFACTION, You or.requIred.rfnserve end 210 P. ,
running feetf .A. '
USE PLAN sealed bid on Monday. i TENDING-1 CORtC ".A;, ; :.
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1 1NOTICE : ..
.' July 11, 1983 at:'.],00 i :101j404sI.kdaeJenkins.; a copy of your 'north to a point ol begin-, hg6l1'"otI <, PORATE UNITSoP THI >>:., P.nvrr_.,row.r 4Q., ':
Court No. 82-1102 written detente,If any, nlng. Thence run West ".-
In'the ..
ORDINANCE p.m. C9rn", CITY OF STARKf TQ :Starke. Floridat.tephaner 33091
An amending CIv-J-JHM loner Room '19.AL' I AI,"' llnsey"GuVhrie, Id It on Elloif" KAlIJ_"' 210 feet; thence North .. .' ,CE TAIN LANDS iNCLu01 "H' \'
ComprehensiveLand bids and proposals'should i Java i.Nedd, laurel Kadi, |*qulra, 210 feet; thence East 210 OF PROPOSED; (op4964.B212''I : J.. '
Use Plan Element UNITED STATES be plainly marked 1 Pe*.eli/Altte; Nedd Mltchell Petitioner'*! atfomeyt :. lee: thence South ,JIO .ENACTMENTOF LYING; 1=Of4TIGUQUTQ: .- : .'.+ ',tidt 61 '
and Map by City ol OF AMERICA Plaintiff' "Sealed Proposal fef Cecil I. Nedd whose oddre., to ,".O. feet, to the paint at ORDINANCE
Starke;Florida! In accordance VS : Group In._",Theso"-*?.1 I K. S Wo"l" "> $tNsdd. Orl* Bon 124o 'GoI..vlll..E -/'t. beginning) being 'one BY CITY COMMISSION[ t'.JSTARKE :=aIIIIII: :' -. .- ""d" ,..L d_ '

with; the local RUFUS D. SCRUFF,, JB. bid must .be In the Bradford Noodd.-rd Hide Florida ,32607; ,p' or square acre, mar. or'TOGETHER : ,FLORIDA, I:1UpU.
Government Comprehensive and County Clerk's..Office" 1 I Welter Kelly let Fo... before June 24., I90 v" '
to......' and file the original with WITH t" 'HlfUB'J-fV: -
Planning Act LILAH L. BORUFF, .his 'by 12.00: p.m. on ; Hamilton." Emma NOTICE .'
of 1975 OS provided fat In wile, ,, Monday. July 11< 1M3" 1. Lyons. H1IU." ,John' Perry the .clerk.of !hV Court}, ."I 5 1971 Champion, Mobile GIVEN thai the propotear :- :
Chapter 163 of the Defendant: For1 a complete copy of tr,, 'Richard' : :Kelly, either" before *ervk* an., v tH!! .me. I.D. No; ," Ordinance whose title,. RENTAk
Florida. Statute the 'specifications George A. Kelly" Frond ".'ltI'attorr\ttyJ.Gt'i'1:\ ':M0419770028.T 1 hereinafter appear, .wilt A

TQ: All CItI....*. Taxpayer OF SUIT please contact rhe Clerk ,Moo Guy,!; IMK Kelly. Immediately tyreWterSj. ha been tiled again 0be considered far' iin.|
I end other Interested NOTICE Finance Deportmenf et Aaron, Kelly.' Fletcher olherwlte. (uiigement you and you are required .> enactment onSlhe SH \
Person. ((9O4)) tot-eWO. exit MO. kelly, Seen. Kelly may be entered In.due to serve a copy ol youv,1yyilten5 .', day ol June, Dw"l9BJ: ;; 3?
i. Youand each of -You Notice I* hereby given The County ..vodvvss.0w Amos Holly-. Margaret ,Course upon the 11I1011"<. "" defen....'II any at the. ,City Commlnlon
$ -
hat pursuant to a Final .. Golden. Jordon. Carol.Poetell the plaintiff ONlorney -
to It. an ofT'OO"
; and herewith Ugh t. ..11"\t .any DATED. .on 23. meeting itortlnj.. :
or. hereby Judgement entered en 'and all bid. ',-'v. ,Cert Nedd", Eddie 1981 : 1,1 'Iii\. whose name end p.m., In the City Hall m
: given notice 'n'accordance May 17, 1983, by .the, Matsey.* Eugene Nedd/ ',GILBERI ,.44 'adOres. W 4 Starke." Floriao A copy

With Florida above entitled Court In; Gilbert.. Brawn Elizabeth ,"Nedd.' Ronald CI ourt DUDLEY'.ftv: t/HARDY, : of said Ordtnarwetmeyitlbe"
Statute*'that the Boardof the above styled cause,- CJ.rktetltoloac4. j jt.rherB.Ell.rson ,f, .Nedd. .Ida "lellrVSmyrna.Strong : a :Iabora' P.A, '> inspected by 'am/'"'

City Commissioners' of the undersigned United ,'" )sr- '. ;..-r.nc..Jfc!, .. f' Ao l P.O, Drawer 1000... member. of the publIC at
Storke. 'Florida, have State Marshal or any of Jenkins. lutl.... Lyon '?" "S SU4NOTIC _, S_.... fl aoWt, <: ,the Office; of the City

designated the' Statue hi. duly authorized County Finance Director .Newby.;..Flonle' :' Lyons '*', ((9IM) 964.$70'.:, ... a. ,, ClerkIn. the City Hall'
Zoning ;.und Planning deputies, will sell the B/092tchge/e! SlockJ) .In** (Ully Teylor, end ;tile: the .orldinal 'I 'OIk... Florida On the. )"
Board conduct publichearing property situate In Bradford ', Cftune' Kelly Matthews, OF with the clerk. ol the date first above. 'men-

.' at o. regular County. Florida. .': .,. '. 'f ,Gargh>'..ttoe,, Hegglna,. INTENii11rq11G above styled court on or .tleneoVntoll' Interested] '
meeting t- held at 7:30 described O.lLot *.,r' ? Myrler. "' .hales Kekfy .. before June 24: I983totherwlie partIes' may appear and
IN THE CIRCUIT 'Herman Kelly" AC '" judgement .... to
hI P.M.;'...-:the City Com II. Block f, '. COURT :!if' \. a -4'11111h respect
ml..lanling room K.y.sDorthe '\\t !!Y Pursuant 'E .tIonridtu545" 'may .be entered against this proposed"' Or'Idnonctht"f
PINEHAVEN. according !
,... JUDICIAL CIRCUIT t ;: 'you\ .'Of'the """TelleK 3: ,.
Hall. Starke. B6SO Fkxl'notice
City '
'to Plat thereof recorded OF bRIM 'sfer. U' P'ARTlES 'dinand.d'In the" AN ODlNANiE
Florida. on Thursday, ''Ilf plot Book 2."Page 43.''''''': '. '."" 41HO-' CIII ClAIMING to hereby. ,, : ",tI. .., ,.... 'C..: ,...,
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(Millard" nJd'dd": tt' ,li... ,Starke, and Edward Gilpin! of Perry;, .log a brief Illness. "' 1'; t!"''M:1 "Melro e'' died Wednesday June'bl' ;' air'' "II''MemdHal'services' were held''at 3""" <4oa'N. Oak St.,,SUrke. 'IIi, > '0(1
Milldcd 1aY,)' dl(.'SAY;n. rSl rltil' :' 'three .daughters, 'Janet Olive and Born In Hungary,Mr.fczorgerea'm! *''*. North Florida Regional' Galn'"tv'ilfe'# ,':"' 4>,m. TueSulBt' i' ,June>1.'at the1'Faith Mr. DeSue Fs survived" byr> four
died flda ; ;rurle'1o. t'Cbddr Key of',';.. .''Nancy Gilpin of ,Starke and Verdie to this country in 1958, lived In Miami' following an extended illness. c' :1'''Presbyterian Churtn\with pri: James :daughters, Mrs. Annie Bell Mosley rial
an apparent hearf : .,, ,Mae Denmark of Brooksvllle; 'one and then Melbourn before moving" tq,,t, Born in Riitland, Vt.', Mr.' # rtJl'tt'111'i''R Neala'' conducting the> services' and Mrs. Ethel Mae Hankers6n of OHUl
Born ta M ontenft'' ; brother,Joe Gilplri oI8rook.svll18 and Starke about eight years..go.1..? '.,y 1 n Mmoved to the Melrose area froni "PrlvaWburlafwas hetd"ui''' 'Efiam"Cemetery Starke, Mrs. Altameaae Collins and ,.3: In
Judd was a1 'lorlgthne'Yestdent''of'Starke { ; one half-brother, J.L. Smith of Survivors include one son?Lasso.(., Mohawk. N.Yl-aa\ yeantagft, wed N t," in Melrose\; Bones: Funeral''If Mrs. Nellie ,Mae DeSue of Daytona 16'111'1
moving to Starke from Ten- Jacksonville; nine grandchildren. Szorger of ,Melbourne;, tbU.(1: ,1". retired farmer and a charter: memoesp Home Keystone'Heights. M.charge.of .. '. Beach; two brothers, William DeSue nstriifihut
nessee over 55 years ago. Mr Judd Funeral services, ,were held daughters, Helen Sibbett of Conned ,?, of the Faith PresbJferUV l Church 01 arrangements.' ;1. and James, DeSue'of>one 1.,11
was a well-known artist and painter Wednesday, June 15, at 10 ticut, Maria Bailey of Punta GpraaVi\t 1 i Melroee. Ir i"i. > "" ... ,nlpr't, I'' 'n 1 'i. sister, Mrs. AVanna Blye of ,
and a former tile contractor and was the Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral 'and Stephanie Davis of Melbourne; \, Survivors Include his ,iwlfei, Mrs t :., I m, LukeK.DeSue Gainesville also survives:' 1H III'aoi
a. nember '.of .}heM. !.t .!Upped( ... Home(In SUrke with Rev. Leroy Olive three sisters and. one brother and, twos Christine A. Bartlett of Melrose; two Fune'ra1! 'services' of Luke''Kelly'' .. ) "
M4;;.....dliiU c n. f"'wnJleurvtVOI'II :: .::: '.. 'officiating. Burial\ was In Crosby pike;'grandchildren also Burvlret-- -"*>- *''-daughtew-Mr; : Katherinemarstteirof'Bennlngton --DfeSue'of'407 W; Georgia St:, Starke Clifford Chandler a I .aar i
include his wile, Mrs. Cemetery with full Masonic Rites.Archie Funeral arrangements were still Incomplete Vt., Mrs. Sarah Dun- who died In Bradford Hospital':June ''Funeral services for Mr. Clifford 110)st
Freda B ilflam iJ tlct\\( stark ."'. new; ,Tanner Funeral Home of Starke as of press time. Archie can of Wheaton, Maryland; two sons, 1! 1983, will be held Saturday June Chandler, Rt. 3 Box 124 Starke, who
clA ghter.. : t.s' jl l3 J. >, was ,In. charge of arrangements. Tanner Funeral Home of Starke In Charles .H. Bartlett of Hawthorne li l at 'Free' Will Bethlehem Baptist 'died June 12 In, Starke Nursing Home
selma, t+ o.' Charge of arrangements. Robert R.Bartlett of Hawthorne; one C lurch 'In'i Starke 'at' 11 a.mey.:' I..a
Ocala; ltTTTiiittt ,/tel'/I,:/ t =. fnetl! {i/lf: AlkyosSzor'get''Alayos sister, Mrs. Frances Oliver of Bersa, Jasper Williams will officiate! Burial' lif
six grandchildren. Szrirgef.';'sor of'Lake Alto Earnest II. Bartlett Ky.<: ; 14 grandchildren and 23 great will be"lri'Bob' Love Cemetery'under Nee Ob is... See Page 'II
;Funeral services were held\ at tO:30a l Estates, died. Sunday,June U,r tollown Earnest Howard Bartlett '44V]) '., 'gpandchiklrert. ;tllI tar dlrectiOri of Halle;Funeral Home;"" U1
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,iri. Monday..June I3v TnHnefDeWltt: i .r .. .''.-.! .i I. ... .. ..... .. .. v ,11111M
..no. .f." ,
C George::Jones Harper Chapel,and Starke Rev., with Warren Hew, 'r \ "" -- ... ... . ". "." 1 i ,, ., nu.

Langer officiating, Burial was u? I Prices Good thru June 19,1983 A

Crosby: Lake t Cemetery,;underthe\,!' .'. .. < !)'(,M
direction of Jones Funeral Home 514 noIf"h
East Nona St., .': ., ," ) .,1= t ', hiuHr "
Stark! fJ .1.1'I.J\' : I,. H er' name..I. 'nfl
Lacy: Thor>fi drfS":Ii, "'

'tac Sr., 73, of SUJrfce',, : b
died Sunday afternoon, June 12;.in ,h ni

Bradford.. Hospital following"a along! '.U.Ines. > n d.'Is. f. Pl' ':.,

Born iiTBradford
County th4 on of
the late Rev. Lop and. Mary Anne,
Thornton) f tf,Thornton'was:-retired !
as the "imnagef--f StucfceyV PeCan'' JPcihersDciyI -
Shop, and Was a'charter fnember' of 1tin0 j jis.
the. New River Congregational; r
Methodist Church near Starke. ,
Survivors include'..his wife, 'Mrs. .I Y.a9q

Kathleen H. Thornton-: three'sons, ,'.001 w..... K..... 110m rt/ rni.
Lacy Thornton, Jr.. oi'' Gainesville CIoIIIDu..bleporaola.na! 101.00 .
: 8 1: 2
Gene,.Thpj-fl ton'of Raleigh,. N.C. ana: .1(lni.h.ow. uch 0"c n'I't 67 8.
Lindsay Thornton of Keystone andaahdoonouuy"tom.' -.
Vernimo Helgbtstwo of ,,daughters Keystone,Mrs Heights Beverly'and' 'tralod cookbook car.'Oulde.1I71001.Rog.8.88.. . ',., i' ,tt H', 13.77 j

Mrs. Sherri!Hunter of Phoenix,Ariz.; ,
two brothers, Willes Thornton and : .. h ;' "till i Save 6.2011.100 Flosfako
Wilbert Thornton both.of Starke; 12 : "' t p" Chest Rugged polyethylene -
grandchildren and three great grand- ; \ ,, /y, l'tl I r construction. 7 M
.. k i 19.97 vwr
children. gal. Reg..
Graveside: funeral services 'were. : ,,,Uq
held at 11'*.m. Tuesday,.June 14, hi .. .,"( noSJ.
Pine Grove: i Cemetery near Raiford .' ., ,.. 1008
with Rev. John W. Yetbrough officiating. ..: 10
.'Jones Funeral Home 514 be
East Nona St.,Starke, in.Charge of arrangements' ..co'!
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Clarence: Moore i coq
Clarence Moore, 71, of Starke, died : .. .. ,7 nau
Genera Hospital June; 11, at in the Gainesville'lollowlng Alachua "ml'I .t, nl"'

a brief illness. "
Born and,raised In Bradford County ; Save 6.97!
Mr. Moore was the son of the late non
Thomas. and, Ollie Moore, former :
pioneer residents of Bradford County 29.97
; retired 'from..B.-I. Dupont De a
Nemours &Co. as a dry mill operator ,IoriI.
after 23 years'of employment and wasa s.n6..w.I.drle'tt. c.....sn.. Posies .onD..r
member of the Union Primitive I z_ f "kWl.iDod: will low M Sturdy' Oil
of Starke, antwt i 100% r...wocd'buckit, A quart capacity. 'olo
Survivors include one son, Wayne iI .nral.a,w, 11849'.Rtp.>16.94 ,tiT
Moore of Starke seven daughters, .i catZ9t99'7P'
Mrs. 'Gloria May Mrs. Sharon vu, ,6 'W us.u. ,. Saw 30.001 Ga Trim- ..mltI
Carlton. Mrs. Kathy Bennett, Mrs. R NO.1r94ti.tt. : 0'1.' mor Bum h4tCcUne! !;) |! re- 1:'
g.169.97..1't ., .n''
Cindy Wheetarfvnd Mrs. Donna ncan' -.;. ,0 b..... k .' ,.f.... to ",.. J ...,bna. Alrw racd"St p J.+. 1:3N NI! JJ! ;. I uar"--'
.fbeflanktetMrs.>>Ann A4 tDothan "..9.. .dn ac O. -4; .m .to ...} wf. .b,6, eS1'n 1 51 tiff ty+ek
Ww -tArt+ < +V"''''a -4'''''' .i'\\f\\, tti'3t! 'Yf"J
Ala. and Mrs. Teresa I 11\.1\ q' Iq ,.dm.m : : 'aaS1ll Orin,' '
of Buford S C, 'two sisters,Mrs. Los, ,
; ;; d ,.. ,,,', .u.. Cassetle'l. '
Cox and'Rosa'Moore, both of Starke; .q
one brother: Nelson Mooro of Starke .
and 15 grandchildren. t24g1''Ada: tor
Funeral services were held at 2 !
p.m. Monday, June'13, at the Union '
Primitive Baptist Church with Elder for Track Tape Players

James Land, ,and ,Elder Harry 19.84
Brooker officiating., Burial was, In Reg. !
Dyal Cemetery with'Archie TaMerFuneral 2
Home of Starke In charge of '
arrangements. 21" Square Reg. 144.97 No. 9348 $10.00

Reg. '41,97 w No. 7930 :;a
Edgyle G. Griffis Gas Grill ., ,
Mrs Edgyle Geneva Griffis, 61. of
Starke, died[Friday morning June" 10, Smoker Grill 0 11
after a brief illness. '
Born and raised In Bradford Countythe ', wtt1
daughtet of the late Truby and $99.96' tobo1a

Blossom';'Byrd:: Green former $ 97 PVC Reg. '11.97 .
residents of Bradford County, la
Griffis was. employed at the Starke Oam f B' _,:
Nursing Home as a nurses aide and Lounge Chair .Save '10.131.8... KilterPhotoelectric :cr;
was of the Methodistfalth. 12" Reg. *24.97 control

Survivors,, 'Include of ,her husband six sons, "eye".25 watts..LT-1150.
George Grtlfls ;
Earl Griffuv.and Ronnie Griffis, both 2P' psi' Oscillatiijg' $5.97 Reg. 89.97 E
of Apopka, -Jackie Griffis of South !
Carolina;Nick Griffun'Larry Griffis,' o v
both, of Starke, Ray' GriffU of
Jacksonville; six daughters, Mrs. Sun kist. Mountain Dew $16.97Gayety .1

Bonnie Woods of Apopka, Mrs. Rb" Diet k' ,'2
Shirley +torawdy' of Brooker, Mrs. .. ,9'9C- "T
Joyce Manning of Maxvllle, Mrs. Annie "
: Mae'Thornton of. Keystone "'88" .
Wondura Reg. 300 Ct. 1"
Heights. Mrs; Sharon Foster ''ofJacksonville. Scott Reg. :
North Carolina." Mrs:; three: Faye, sisters Griffin, Mrs.of 16" .- feg.3299# ; ,. Cheval Mirror Economy Pack ,10

Beulah Thornton Mrs Addle Rhoden ,;' .
and Mrs.'Tressla McCalllster, all ''of Oscillating (Fan Napkins
Raiford,.two brothers, Ancll Green of "A fl' :
Virginia and Lewis Green of Georgia J I' Reg. 67 $ 64' .
28 tp'andcbiJdrenand four 'grea .. '
lIuu n. i '$
grandchildren. i.oo
Funeral services were heldat 2:30: Paper Towels I .28.88 : ; .
pm.: Sunday 'June 2-'at: the Pine .1 ,
Valley ,Congregational l Holiness, ". \ ,, ,,
Church with Rev. Davtif Hodges and t ""i'' :' "
Rev. W.Jr; : -Thornton"" officiating.,, 2/1.00 ,
Burial was in Crosby!! Lake) Tanner '" '" '
under (fl M direction of Archie ,I I" '
Home of Starke. ..'22.97 Fireball Roller.Derby
Funeral. : ,;: \ Sampo" 127, .Poiariod Reg. .
t.'dilp .17 96 .b
laeoliard .n. ',"Reg. .
t > GUpln..Jr.. 58, of '. 'TvVReg BUtton'Camera '
Everett .
Leoflil :
U. lit bte n's'-Reg.: M9.93Cowboy \ : 1 : noH3
'Mark unlpayotps.pi1w:: ( "I ;:'; 'vvi v..u.w. ,,; H Shoe Skates '
74.96 '
Gain e louow1iJl'an. bxteildod'Ineas : Boots ,,'" '. : ', '
'J I $: A1':9 7' obF
'BoWls Say ; :.. .v'' I 1 .
rtlGUpffn $ \ $14.96 };
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avaa nofj( .... :$ ""I\: ",No I
Su vora include three sons-.7i65'WIUIG IIri- '3-9' .95' ,. .. "

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I Rufus Alvarez and family have deep roots in. Bradford County _

4 r ,: ,' '' r 5 or''', .i..f. \,
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here.We'd' go Into Starke from here on the weekends and the trip that,
- : lakes about ten minutes would take an hour and a half. There were Just two
brick street in the whole town and a blacksmith on Call street,where!we used to
lake our animals. Back in thlsedays you would see cattle sleeping!! hestreeu
in the middle of the cityi. Everything operated at a much slower pace than they
do now. That's one of the things I miss> in a way,there seamed to be more,time
toreverything.Oneofthebiggestthings: / miss was-thesenaeofeommunttyyou,i",. '.
got back then We know everyone in the area and they knew us. Now, yqu see;,' "
that house about a half a mile down the road They,moved in a year ago and I I
rI atill don't know them.,There has to something missing(there,compared with our. ;
community back then. We were all real close. We had tq be because everyone, I
pitched and helped one another. If we had a barn to raise, some livestock <\(1 but-,',. .
,cher or a crop to bring in quickly we knew we would have our neighbor, help .
I and they knew they had would have ours whenever they needed It.f miss that.. .
t R Some of the things Mr. Alvarez says he doesn't mibs.: too much, however,are, .
r some of>the back-breaking chore and manual labor:,that have been largely
eliminated with the coming of electricity and modern conveniences."Oh '1.
it was a great day for us when they strung the first.electric lines Ip here, .'
", we didn't know how to act," Alvarez says. They: hooked us up with three lights .I ..
and couple of outlets and it changed our lifestyles overnight. That light was so .
much better than the old kerosene lamps we had been accustomed to they hurt, ')fi
i' our eyes at first. And no-one who has never had to pull their own water out of an .,' .
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I' 4sr. outside well will ever know hoow nice it was to be able.tohpok! ,up an electric\ : 'j
I pump.That was one of the things I never liked to do because it seemeq.}hke it ? .,
was something you always had to do when you least felt like doing it.", .
Law enforcement in those days wasn't. {00. much, of,a problem, according. to N
u u r Alvarez
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< I } a "Starke had a man on the day shift and a man on the night shift,",he said.. i
r' ,. "We just never had too many problems here because it was such a quiet place. .
..... I The 1930's and resulting Great Depression hit the local, ,farming and business :
'0' community hard, despite its self-sufficiency. 'f';
"We got down close to rock bottom around here during the depression{ /'
Alvarez remembers. "Strawberries were. the only things that sold and there- ,
1 ,rr .) wasn't much of a market for them either. Both banks in Starke closed up and
,,1 r''f things got so bad at one point we could only get about:5 cents in town n ,.
4 ; eggs right off the farm. You could buy a fully grown, healthy cow or a seer for
just $10. The bad thing about It was, although we had a radio, we seldom paid' ,,,
TT much attention to what was going on In the national scene other than listening to '.
) ,the boxing matches. We we had little warning that the economy was going to get .1
'. so bad so quickly. It was a big shock that some people never really got lIVer" ,I
The beginning of World War II brought people and prosperity Into Bradford
t ? County as Camp Blanding expanded steadily throughout the war providing
5 local people with new jobs paying salaries they. wouldn't hve believed, .to be
: possible during the previous decade." .
"It might not sound like much now but you could go out and get a construction
job at Camp Blanding paying you $1 an hour," Alvarez said. "That sounds low
until you realize we were coming from jobs paying Just a dollar a day. With the

that prices we had back in those days,you cou ,q|jve it"up,on a weekly. salary. {4.. like H f.

The agricultural picture brightened considerably tor the surrounding' in
'wly, the 1940's as well as prices farmers were paid increased and livestock production -
.. on a large scale was Introduced into the county for the first time
Alvarez got out of farming in the 1950'_ however, when changing standardsfor
corn production,which had previously been expanding In the county,forced
many local farmers out of the business. .. .
iL ta Alvarez went on to work at the Florida State Prison, where his agricultural -
expertise'was put to good ;use as Gardening Supervisor for the prison's '
4 \w 1 a agricultural and horticultural work program,which has .been acclaimed. a
model for others to emulate. He retired in 1969. "
i And he has enjoyed his retirement. He and his wife still work hard on'a large,' ;
garden in the !back of his house and has some beautiful specimens of fruit trees, ,
and an arbor of grapes. '
"We've had a full life and an exciting one watching this community grow up ,
: and find an identity for Itself,"Alvarez said. "And we aren't ready to quit.yet;/ I IO ltti
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Still running... ). 11'
"1 Y1a ,,' .This 4H-year-uld tractor Is'vlt? l f dr 0 / '.
part of keeping a garden the she of .
P Pti I Rufus //Vlvarei'm and this old machine
I still keeps up with Its newer cohorts, In Thomas Jefferson died on July 4, exactly 50 years after'''"
I the surrODmTTng farms:.\ ,' the adoption of the Declaration of ,Independence.,
Alvar VI- >fillll ';,"JV throughouthe Ar y -
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"d,otlueF) trultlng trees ': |
he grpirttin III" an utdoor SHOW'fA r'You'CARE ( .1,
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wind;velocity of 123 m ph. ( ,
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Hot Line for Cattle RustlingA r or for '.' eUl walk;;'llted,driveway. ,..i k. '
e I limited :
yeaf warranty ,
"Rot Line" to report stolen jor problem for Florida producers In The Grad '..IJ( .: "
livestock to Florida Department of recent years, which has promptedsuch MW Electric ., '
Agriculture and Consumer Services organizations as the Florida Cat- h I" I
officials is now operational.The tlemen's Association to offer a $1,000 Model I 2500:;rel;,J"'" 39'< ,;

toll-free number Is. reward for the arrest and convictionsof !A, :--" Reg. 'S9.99 ,.' I ,
1-800-342-5869. persons stealing cattle belonging to SelectidnofRobert : :' :"' 'b '
The telephone will be manned by association members. Stumps : '' '.,.,."....'' members of the Marks & Brands Unit More than 8,000 head of livestock \ hOI 0 GREAT BruceShorts : '!" .'\\'".'<,,'' "H
of the Division of Animal Industryand valued at more than$2.4 million have Selection of '* I .\<,\."\\' .
serve to speed up lag time bet been reported stolen to the Depsrtoment Brond Names, 1 \ \ "
ween thefts in the field and the start of in the last five years. '. far the $ 1 2 991M.nInrourtSf. ; .

investigations."It's *,, vole...tohrj ;
another we can assist "We believe that's only the tip of .. '
local law enformcement personnelmore the iceberg," said Chief InspectorJohn ., .......'....,.. K (Keep The Bugs Out'of j
effectively in our efforts to help O'Brien. "With our.hot line we ? ,
protect livestock producers from expected to get a quicker and better
rustlers and poachers,"said Commis- handle on the problem and move in Selection of Men's Jgf \\ Your Outdoor Pteasui
sioner Doyle Conner in announcingthe concert with county sheriffs and Dress Shirt eBy .
new "Hot Line." State Game and Fresh Water fish .:. .
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Livestock thefts have become officers." Arrow 8 Manhatterv d
a ma Commission
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Unemployed 'or For People Who Really.,Want.ToM ,

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Bradford-Union VoVTech Center wishes to .. -* .' .
r lyhl 2b !JtllllM! UnrrW.. iBfirfftrcNeilciU'n tbsij.Or s... ;
announce an extension of the G.I.::': : Bill **"" "l. Tki ktif.dInt gild Is Mr \'I*IIIId Jftte' r, ( .t', ,,;
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Education extension I {
Benefit5Program..rrhis: ; Haggari n '"

is.specifically, for veterans ""who have i 2 ,Piecei.SMMmqfeWe a, K-3060'..:.Etaeaw!:! !'!: dsa. If 11\\'"- ..'..,d.a't' h' .ew.r, 'off/ttb

been unemployed or under-employed for ...,. _" '1. ,

sib ,months or more and: were, released! : ; ,, MMH ... lOliPCWMVW ", '.,. .2021' : \Msdet s..IfIIIO. r ;Mod.* .H.. 4019.,
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from active duty between, August 5, 1964 j SUMS !I4g. 7..... Ma..,..... kI",12ltU.,, I 0 ".*.. 1H.n-:.H:"1

and ,December 31, '1974 'These benefits: : i"'A..9..fi-'tJ' \ .s6g _9 u' r ;.,s1 s
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may.. be, used tOitake, ;. : fvocationa. '''brtechnical '!!._ $ I II "' .. -
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courses :They.alsqncah usqdfor'.on .

!'. the job training: nrpllmen#?jnatj| (, LAWN," &, ; ',JI--

college degree course: ; or' flight training, GARDEN: ':

.'course is not included injthis[ exterision:'' t ; 1Sturss :DJSttpre I
For further information, veterans can1 ; :
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"" >'8S $u81! avlb' of of telephone jftipn recreation areas'at'Ocean Pond and. all outaolrig mail' bo I ><;
tree.(part of a nationwide pr miles Brooker", to open a new camp gathered my II.IJ\ ,.:
';hf, "l'Ca'reslwndene. .... .. begun at that time In an effort to of them into areas that 3 It that had been set up by the Army. the state park: there. The sweat and the army ruck and head out for ."
)/ II"" the "dust bowl" effects of a 'did without) and created t!,A f Keene remembers some of the men as long hours of toll these young men put to be sure the reports were '
"C.Ci'eaiririNlfeaf; !! '1 remember prolonged drought ravaging the the first receatlon areas' in ([Company Commander Leo H. McKirv- In are still much In'evidence when night train.' .{!Nfa'8, }W me> 'i f s'';
them' irei : said J.C. "Jaka'' west during the 1930's), state and national parks.;"1. ',non, his assistant W.D. "Bill" members of .the public visit today. Keene said the 1* ) mAs rl. :
KeenetwtttTrecently retired from the forest fires and terracing the were just a few of the,jobs, Hodges Sgt. Morgan' Lee,, 'Mike" Keene says we owe a vote of thanks to Brooker was finding this all a "
railroad''to'MpanyJKeene was fresh tainsides to prevent erosion. the approximately one and a' .J.> Tilghman Company Clerk, Supply the "patience and the labors" of the fusing and confronted him jone
out of'- Meyers' High School in the For those who never lived In young men who joined the\ Qfflcer Kirkland, Sgt. Tommy Lee. superintendent of Forestry at the memorable day. u. .
early lOTtf*'during the great deprr days it may be instructional that decade. : Our head honcho and district time a "fellow by the name of "Gnce we worked out the detail*the
.Ion with ltd Job In sight He turned to back for a moment to the years came from the country, the superintendent at the time was Army Hawkins" and eight supervisors Postmaster Truby Pinholster and I
the C .0"lanq Conservation ,the CCC was first established'FranklinD streets, the ghettos and' :Captain 'HeylJ.. Hlndman, 'of working under his leadership got along just fine," Keene says
Corps('-l.:..'")as a means of earning a 'was created by' ''walk of life seeking a, Gainesville," Keene said Keene said that under the capable, Then World II began and membersof .
salary to help the folks back home. admlnsltr hold their heads high and to 'The Brooker Camp was established hands of Cook Bobby Lee the men the camp who didn't enter the arm
"No the pay wasn't all that great \In 1932 as a response to the the world they were men and as an Induction station for the state of were served three hot meals a dayhe ed forces at Camp Blanding moved to
just thirty'dollars a month with $22 economic crisis this country had face the future. Florida and southern Georgia and charged just,43 cents per man per Tallahassee and were merged Into the
taken out'tt)'be sent home..leaving, you experienced the Great program was under Keene remembered a new group com- day), The food was delivered to the Forestry Department.
with 'ttib"" balance," Keene which was set off on a worldwide command of the US Army, ing In every three months, field by Army truck where ever the "There were men at the original
remember?'But what the neck, we when an over-inflated and organization at the time that Replacements were kept at the camp crews were working at the time.Lee'skitchen camp from Worthington Springs
got three solid meals a day, plenty of speculated American stock command structure to while the rest of the men were shipped was set up with two shifts Waldo, Lake City Wildwood) Live
clothing antt"a clean place to sleep. crashed with an explosion a group that large. Their ef out by rail (from the train station With each shift consisting of a chef Oak, Alachua Gainesville and many
With thfe right kind of guidance we got .round the world". co'i our nation on a sound ,on Sixth Street In Gainesville), most and two assistants to cook and ten more towns throughout Florida and a
from oW leaders we did alright." The CCC camps were the first program which future ;of. them going out to California. men to clean up and do K.P. They quite a"few fellows from Alma
When Keene'joined the CCC's he' host of national recovery appreciate today when "In those days they really neededhelp worked 24 hours on and 24 hours off Georgia Keene says
was shipped! from Florida 'to Fort set up by President Roosevelt our national parks and out In California because of the and doubled up on the weekends so Keene, who is now retired, lives
Benning, Ga. where the men were all log his inauguration In 1932: areas. c. severe forest fires they were having the crew could have a weekend off. near the old camp site on Hwy. 18. He
kept In d klha of quarantine for two' One of the first assignments was a successful one ,out there because of the drought,1' Every' crew 'operated under Army and Sgt.Tilghman,who is also retired
weeks before"receiving shots and a ed to the corps was the until 1942 when most of the Keene said. "While I was out there we rules. and lives in Gainesville would
clean bill of''health. From there they 'alleviate the dust bowl joined the armed forces kept a full fire lighting crew busy especially like to hear from the CCC
were shipped out to points all over the the western states by planting Harbor during World. War fighting, fires around the. state, in "Why, I had to send In daily reportsto group who may still be In the area.
control the erosion caused the shifts on a 24-hour basis.. be completed each day and mailed
country; wheYe ever they. were. ..need- by "Lets have'a reunion and make
ed the most"" farming practices in use during in 1939'on the eve of the war ,The Brooker camp had an enrollment each evening to the home office in
Keenewas'"I transfered to Logan- days was transfered to the of 200 men with work hours Georgia," Keene said. "Reports of, these old woods rind with the sound of
dale Nevada;* tiny'little place righton :As a result millions of acres of County area to under the direction and supervision of how many men were In camp at any would voices of the be past/ Keene said. "It I
the California border where the in America were turned Into new CCC camp which would the Forestry Department. Two crews one time reports of how many were ,really something to see as
men camped'and worked on various shops for the unemployed. as an induction center for .of 'menCwIth 25 to 30 men in each absent with or without leave, how again.many of the men as possible once
I projects in,the mountains during the They left quite a legacy for' : crew) would be assigned to a work many were sick discharged or had If of
,or relatives know
summer' onths and moved down on generations to come. Trees' said an advance cadre of 15 area to string telephone lines, build their work completeted. I even had to of you the old any CCC your members from this
the desert; during the winter when those days are only now out'' from California in roads through forests erect firetowel'll. check the coal and estimate how any
area write to Keene at P.O
can :
' temperatures: that harsh environ- harvested for use In paper of that year and arrived in break fire lines ect.'in Bradford much had been used and what was on Box 157 you Brooker,Florida 32622 or call
ment where a bit more tolerable. to build homes, etc. 'today. on September 19,where and Union Counties. hand. Problems arose from unexpected -' him. He's listed in the Brooker
Some of the different projects they young men terraced the hills a hurried breakfast, then Two crews maintained the nursery sources as all my reports had .
: on Included. plarting check dams to control erosion,: an.Army truck "Destina- ,atOlustee, as well as setting up the to be mailed! out each day. so I telephone: directory.

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.by C.t: 'sue"D vU "Hi you're still looking great since ,Packed up for the return trip home, .'showing his own cooking skill. and son, Steve and Roy Callahan all Graham....
phone 485-1344 last yeart" "Ah there is the girls. Sure was a wonderful weekend evenif Swamp cabbage with all the ac-' of Starke and Mrs. Ronda Crawfordof During the morning services at the
Ruby, Annie Bell, Nellie grab your it was storming I hope and pray we complishments were prepared by the the Kingsley Lake area. Praise Christian Assembly Church
Ward's'. Reunion.) ..., poles and let's get down to the river will all be here again at this same ladies. After dinner the men enjoyed, Personals... Sunday awards were presented to
Saturday ,and Sunday ,were for some serious fishing "Nope,Un- time'next year. May God bless us several games of horseshoes as the students with perfect attendance for
memorable days for the Will Ward, cle Will's son didn't make it this years f .all." ladies cleared the remainders of the' Mrs. Ruby Hodges enjoyed an over- the past quarter, perfect attendance'for
feast. The fry being a success, Mrs. night visit with her daughter and son-
John Ward and Jess Parrlsh families but there Is Uncle Jesse daughter. the past two years and the most
from all over the No one wanted to be late for the fish '1r. ''Hugh Crosby remarked she is looking in-law,Doris and Jim Roe In Jackson- Improved student. ,
as they. gathered from Texas fry In the late afternoon. Old friends Crosby Fish forward to a repeat in the near future. ville, one day last week. While there During the evening services the
state as well and ,South as Carolina at, from by-gone days arrived to help The happy sounds of laughter and 1 Guests attending were Mrs. Lydia she visited the Roe's new granddaughter Rev. Bruce Evors of Jacksonville was
New Mississippi Church to begin two-day with .the celebration. Sunday noon talk rang through the woods of the old Crosby, Jimmy Crosby, Mr.and Mrs. (Ruby's great) for the first .guest speaker. A fellowship was held
Hope load of homestead relatives and Wilbur Godwin and daughter, Judy time. Little Witnet Marlene services honor-
and the tables groaned under the :Crosby as at the church after the
family reunion. Campers motor afternoon foods prepared by the.many cooks friends gathered at the Hugh Crosby Mr and Mrs. R.C. Howard, Mr. andMr Chambers weighed in at 7 Ibs. 14 oz.. Ing the guest speaker and award win-
homes began to arrive Friday -;
Phillip Vellenga and daughter.Joy and Is the daughter Mr. and Mrs
and continued until around noon i who got an early start while their house on Sunday afternoon two weeks ; .lers.,
.. families were recuperating.from the ago for an old fashioned (Santa Fe) Mr. and Mrs. Richard Crosby Martin Chambers. i
on Saturday previous feast. fish fry picnic Style prepared by chefs and son, Ricky and Mr. and Mrs. .L .
Phil Velienga Richard R.C. G.W. Davis, all of Brooker Mrs4Haset -..

All over the place, ,.you could hear As one was heard to' say as' they Howard and Hugh Crosby: ,with each ..j .t Carlton, Mrs. Elaine Griffis
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in "IfHampton ':f<<..
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\ Men; ; Sr 1ith, Kevin'-,Orton"terti:- ..Thiettaro oK
iiaene'and Angela
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4W.1VIS>M.'n,_-' .'... --n'AMI if iMlf" y .'''! !' .','' rs.t M6iNAtin'f 4.tana"d4 ,,.-: *.* T-EH* J-S Eshr/-JohnnyJ'fIMU4,,' \ if951dwardi R aa <
r phone \ 0
,". ,.and Laura of Winter Haven, spent the' hters in Ocala oh' Saturday"They Angela Baker Moran
CasssndraTosjcLtoa Benefit:. weekend with. his mother. Mrs..Belle toured the Emergency -Qn. .In.)Jni'e' Hernandez, Sna"Patrfck'Syckel. 'Dena Kim OPEN 8:30-7 Mon.-S. 1
24-iC. the'TimberwolvesCB :Brown. safety'manufacturing co'mpVirt'\ Radfprd,' Corey'V
tin June 964-8290
Monday Mr. and Mrs. Wayne there. > Wits<|n Sandra'Aviles, Faye Craze, Food Stamps Welcomed
Coffee Break at the D. On '
plans a i
and three children of HAMPTON Nbonald Dick Danlelle Hersey, Starke
&J Variety Store in Waldo. Proceedswill Kitchen Miller,' Josh Craze Reserved
Belle Rights
Mo. visited Mrs. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Quality
go for the treatment of two- Jessica Fisher Regina Padgett
month-old Cassandra Touchton of :Brown. Last Day Activities... Wyatt_Collins, Aimee! ,Hodges, T.J.
Mrs1 James Terry
Jacksonville,!(Cassandra, has, been Visiting last week were her niece lA-B Honor Roll certificates for the Orton Allison Archeyr Cindy Davis WE'RE NOW FEATURING
for two days
stricken with?st'rare form of cancer Christina and Cassandra Fisher,
Donald entire went : Rhonell Rates
and Mrs. year
and nephew, Mr. .
resembling leukemia. Her;;sister Ohio.Wilmajean Broome, Julie Collins, Tim Crews
of Columbus I
Paige died of', the same disease in Lee Anspaugh accompanied them on a' ,Jennifer Darley C.K. Fuqua, Sonya Receiving certificates for Library FEES C
Theic parents, Randy Mc- Cassandra Fisher Min- a
and "I'COT1center Hodges, Steve Lewis, Tracey Aides were:
and Sabrina Touchton,are encounterIng tour oSL Augustine Orlando. the Cullough Laurel Sanford, Mark dy Hersey and Tracy Youngblood.Father's 4 9 C
at the near:
huge medical expenses Rk TOlV1AT0ES
Duke 'University Medical Center h ,;... '- .. .', Ih.

while their daughter is being treated.
Donations may dumade to any Bring Him to Our Place' "' Sweet C
member of the CB call Dot 69

Mitzet at 468-2707.for more informa for aGreat ", CORN . .. 5 ears

tion.Reminder-Open: House.. V Buffet Vidalia
'Fathe s' Day
An Open House party will be held on ,
Saturday, June 18, from 12 noon until OIdIOHS
2 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sunda June 19We're
James A. Williams on SR-221. This Is .. Bell
In celebration their golden wedding a Qoo Peppers Cy

anniversary and Is being hosted by special Father's. CUKES 2 for' '
their children. Friends and.relatives, cookin' up some Or ,

are invited to attend. Day dishes that will please everybody In the L5C

Bake On Saturday fiele Reminder.June 18.;the Hampton Day 'family. Family pleasin' prices, too, with'dinner CELERY.w.atalk.

Woman's Club is lpontorlng a bake ,, *for: children under 12 just $2.50.,
sale In the City Hall from 10 a.m. lit 2 Red Bliss C'

p,.. ;.:..,..,.,:vast Buffet at ; ;' All Dad's 'will be served POTATOES
,J.Meng! Home on {I.esve.Plc. ... : a .. Ib.
John \ eng arrived borne last 1 tiy
Tuesday-on C 10-day: leave between STARKE MOTOR; IN 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. .
assignments. He had been.working In. a
Marine,:...,.uon.JIectronid! toforthe for just $4.SJ5 CHOICE'
past foup.mfriths/ in Wul : USDA (1
new assignment. will be at Cherry HEAVY WESTERN .EIEP,
Point N.C.Birthdays, "Juicy",Roast :
Celebrated.; A-. .
hosteda Chicken ', '
Mr. and Mrs Carlton Meng "Round
fish fry%Sfuaday at their homo ill F" "
famous dressing $1.99
Keystone Heights honoring relatives f Baked Turkey with our STEAKd.'II .

with June birthdays:Fran and Paul -Com on the Cob .
Mashed Poatoes
Joyce and Eugene, all had June;8 birthdays 4 "

,while John celebrated his 2oth. Gravy Banana Pudding USDA CHOICECURE $ ,

birthdag. a 10.P.::... 'l t e"md''Mpit x .1 .' STEAK . .. 1.99
Attead 1ReiEttal Mrs.'PauIM::: : ltittendedthe I I !" -' ? Fresh Green Beans Homemade ;Cake, .. : '
Mr and '
of their granddaughter Salad Bar/ o'memade Soup : > Boneless
, at (heIn :
Angela :
Civfc Auditorium. r" ,'Jacksonville,. .,. '.on- :all 1 at ,, CHUCK J
Saturday?" M > II;
Visits Rchllvtafo' : f'
ke Motor ,Inn- : '
Jeffrey Wanner ipenf'lastweek' Stir '
witfi his aunt and Uncle and cousins .$
Mr.'and Mrs..Randy S odDII.. Apriland ,. ..t US'301 N.. 9847600 Start, $159'lb.' .
Eric. He returned to Ins borne In ..,' w. .. .. ... ,- "
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HflHger:IteptLSftchsiHrj1 "i \; r ..Rt '

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Elleemed f'$ !loot on June Y at t11ef1'lrollertdtgii "W Ycur.ConfidenceByelcoming '
.Ja the "' Center SI.-;
''lunl: new remodeled s WeTS giventheir hone.Iaale .g. :- "w qt; -any\question you' >. Pork Chess ,-,.....-.\ii. lit; ;, \;.

'1.? dagte5'ofG : may*}-ave about:buy Cervices. We ;;,

adwflrtb.Wadsworth+ ,, graduated frOlll tWill (expl in all details and, costs 'p'' = bones..J59'Rrar:; f J((59. .
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ty da' ak Ah 'ns" :without obligation! ',that. you mayIInsecure ". Slew h' tt: ",I. .r.' l.

S received's iea Dele wile eel tile Natiecaly hi u ; "fn. your, wiowlcd. that:: "R. ,; 7 9 $ '.......... .\.., '1 ,.. 9 9:o ,
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Textile Town. Turn right: You a.id for Scholarships ovollabl for MGR./INSTRUCTOR. Starting Stork Qr1S S
deliver SI 23. Olin. homes spaces rent. ora, GOODS STORES In Baker 'iOIP
'. mil$* on left. 9645730. Mobil. Ham Sole., Hwy. Recreational vehicles unlicensed person. ERA salary 9.300 $11,200 ".900 at 16X secured by i County. Excellenlne.. {

1tpd 6116 100 W Stark. 9645606. welcome. Phon. 468-2912. Faulkner Really 964 9O65. annually depending on $39,000 .properties. Must /In good location. Owner REALTY s
SATURDAY 9.5. lot of 6/22 9/16 HnMOBILE 10/28 tfn ,training, and xprlnc. sell because of death, will finance. J59-2S3S. q
good baby cloth.; baby AXLES ft TIRES Two axle HOMES FOR RENT Subscribe Today Individual must b* responsible ((904)) 489-1463 between 609IChg 6/30' tt

b.d; tove; m.n. women and four tlre. Highest On* mil* from Stork. city MOBILE HOME SALESMANiExperienced. for setting up product 8:30 and S Monday OWN YOUR OWN |eonsportswear itd
and Children cloth**. 4 Contact tion methods, supervision p.m.
prlc. paid. Green limit Clean. Hwy. 16 W Int.llt.preteen '
mils South of Stark Olln Mobil Ham Sal., and of workers In. through Friday. 4/28 tfntV PHONE 984-7776 I
on Welding' Shop, 301 South Call 4681323. 10/07 tfn. training ; ladle apparel ... s
Rood 100 toward Hwy 100 West. Stark, packaglng/colatlng OWNER 2-story, 3 BR. 2
Keystone. Stork. FL. 9645007. 6/02 CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for basic combination star and ac Starfci it
964 8123 964-5606. 5/05 tfnCONVENIENCE BA. CH/A. good locationon WIL 205 N. 'Temp..*
Itpel 6/16 4tchg 6/30 rent. On Hwy. 16 W. Close and other slmpl production cessories. Offering notionally iEU Pr
FRIDAY THRU SUNDAY 9a.m. .. __. .__ to prison. Call 4681323. STORIt work. Person mu.t .b. North Walnut St, known brands b ,
Almost anything 10/07 tfn. Neol. 'dep.ndabl. person able to, work with handicapped $33.000. Call 964.7347 or A
Brlttanld, Jordach. 'Chic.
mall from soup to null. NOTICECLASSIFIED CUTS CLEAN HOUSEl 2 with cashier or related *..- Qualifications: 133-2137.: 9/12 tfn SPECIAL b
lee levl, Vanderbllt Izod
624 S. Eppron St., bedroom, 1 bath. Yard. perlence. Apply In person Desire AS(AA) degree and ,KINGSLEY LAKE HOME 2 Calvin Klein Esprit Zeno, THAT SPECIAL HOUSE-An unrepeatable il
Stork. 1tchg 6/16 ADVERTISING 333 No. Walnut St. $350 to Eastern Star, 209 S. 2 .yrs. In In story (lake front home Ounne Sax Ocean Pacific treesure In Bndf..... Her Is that rare a

THURS. A FRIi Jun. 16 17. should submitted to the month first-last month Tempi' 5/12 IfnPSYCHIATRIC dustry/Workshop; experience designed for year round Evan 'Picon. '300' other ._rdl-rr' property. On* of: th.

US 301. South Itark 3 Bradford County Telegraph rent deposit. Call 964-7347 NURSE or 85 degree and living. 3146 sq. It.. S BR, 3 brands. $7,900 M $24,500'b.glnning.inv.ntory finest contemporary, architectdesignednomee
mil..: Freezer, trumpet, office In writing and paid or 533.2157. 4/28 tfn SPECIALIST N.w Behavior 1 yrs. experience. HumanS full baths, W/W carpel and alrn In North Florid a.., VA BA. t

nlorgar, cramlc plc.*. In advance unlei credit I I. FURNISHED 1 BR cottage In Treatment Unit. Openings' .rvlc. okay. Only ga- CH4A, Ig great room with fare, training, fixture Sweeping stalncas' rises to,?second d

a mlK. ltm 9648957. already .tabllthed with town. A/C. Coupl. only." on all shifts. Excellent .getters and fast-paced |lob fireplace gameroom and grand op ntng,. etc Call .story. Petler.. window,for beeuty beetInsulerHon. Ml

FIRE SAUl Furnltur, this office. No pet. $175 month plus benefit package Includ.: computers, need apply. fully equipped kitchen M,. Kotcky ((901) fl...... c.. 30x22 gang at, .

clothing cam.ra., many THE TELEGRAPH STAFF' security. 96".7231.ltehll Insurance (Health. life, .Commission bonus and screened dock hous, 3278031. Itpd 616MOTORCYCLES th.' Woods Country Club. ....000.. It
oth.r It.ms. Slightly CANNOT HELD RESPON- 6/16 Dental. Disability Auto ft other,fringes or. offered. sundeck and covered boat 'seunsabl mtg. et 9%. Selling prlc, K*
damaged In fir.. Friday SIILI FOR MISTAKES IN 1000 TO :3000 sq ft. front of Cancer); 10 holiday; 13 Sendresume to P.O. lift.. .SltS,000. I \
and Saturday 1403 E. Coll CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS Keystone Post Off Ice, fenced paid vacation days shift: Drawer A. Stark. FL Call By Owner SI90OOO. a

St. 1tchg616FOUR TAKEN OVER! THE yard, call 4732014 differential; Inservlce; '32091. 6/16 2tchg 6/23 904-264-1183 "SECLUDED,"SPACIOUS.;,IMMACULATE* 1 BR. tBA II

FAMIUESt Saturday. TELEPHONE. 6/02 Stchg 6/30 fr.. continuing education EMPLOYMENTPOSITION 904.26448125)9 ,7tchg 177 SUZUKI OS 7Wt Wind LR, Lg.: kitchen, family room w/flreploce. .

N.w Atari and tape., furniture Cla lf led deadline I is TUES- SMALL FURNISHED APT program; paid retirement ) Opening for 6/30 BATH shield. crash bar, '2-cer arc. ...*... storage .barn garden.....a Ha
clothe., hou..hold DAY NOON prior to Suitable for on. person. high staff.to-patient .FIREMAN. 3 BR, IVt modern kit luggage.' comportment. tree liou... 1BOxl02 lot In Five. Oak neer Country yr
Mam, .'c. 128 N. Orange Thursday publication. UIIIIII..lurnl.hed. no pelt. ratio. Competitive Th. City of Stark will ac. chen cedar panel den (living buddy .sat matching Club. $49$27..wrn. mtg. SP $62.000. .

St. 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m..Itpd Minimum chorg. I I. 15 phon. 9645464. 6/02 tin salaries Northeast Florida c.pt applications for the room Ig, patio oHico. hlmts, mirror' good MAGNOLIA HOTEL, On .. Stark'. landmarks 3F

6/16 word for $2.73, then 10 chg Stole Hospital 25 position of Fireman 2 car garage, new wall to tire and brakes $830.Call with 38 ,23 Baths. Appro 11.97
THURS., FRI. ft SAT Jun. cent for each word 2 BR COTTAGE Prefer mil.West of Jacksonville, through June 20. 1983. wall carpet nw roof new 533-2474 after 5 p.m. 6/09 ft. menu ..
th.r.ofl.r. Call 45 minutes North of MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS chain link fence, price a.
life couple. tfn
1618. New T.mpl. .Id.rly .
1 '*ed. A. Prime .land off" .235.I .
Gainesville, Contact Skills and
: Knowledg.
tfn reduced for Immediatesale
Motor Inn Lowt.y.LAND 964.6491. 6/09 I '
understand 4A, off 100 W, 4 Brick horn. $140.000.
Russell Abilities to
Carolyn Ability
MOBILE UNFURNISHED 1 BR APART. : must se. to appreciate.
( .M..,A Nice home Rd. 32S-$4B.900.
MINTS $125 month; Psychiatric Nurse and follow oral and S69.900. Phone Classified Ads '
HOMES 1.155 month 524 Cherry Specialist Supervisor ((904)) written Instructions; Ability 964-3508. 5/26 6/16 ;;.SB AC., MndUrlHIgMands.. 100000.
6/16 and Stchg Get Results .Frame !horned ..... 31 *cre.. $SM.700..
St., Starke 964.8404. 6/09 2596211. 6/09 2tchg to act quickly calmlyIn Tron..ed.mu.t ) .
.. '1" .. .... $....700.
616MOBILE MULTI PURPOSE WORKER to mwgencles.; Ability to s ". 3 BR. 1 BA, CH/A; .cant
2tchg ..Il. 104O PlnebreexeDrive
HOME near work 2 day per week. with l learn to operate and maintain ....71 acr.* on 230A Wilson Rd. 11000.
ACRE LOT on SR.227 facing ft W MOBILE, HOME SALES Graham. 1 BR, completely Community Car for th.' (fire fighting equipment Stark.. 3 BR. 2 BA ft.xcludlnp :High! :: ., ;LOCATIONI 1404 I. Cefl'it..1 fIR>2 BA.CH/A

Brook.r Rd. Selling price N.w and Used Mobil. furnished Air S heat. $60 Eld.rly clients and 3 days :.Working knowldg .cedar tiding. 1167 sq.CHA.C'.r..tory : : an Ig.:comer .M.. Only $J..*OOx ,_

$18000 SI.000down. $229 Home. for sal.. Walter p.r week. 4681371. Itchg per weeks with Adult Day, of the geography and garage. solid PressureCleaning HARD TO BELIEVE BUT TRUE 3 BR. 2 BA brlcfc.I .

per month at 15X Intereit. (Bud) Alvarei Invite. you 6/16 Car. Must hays depen street pott.rn of the city windows, f I I ,LR. DR. K. End. gar. en ."-. $4SOo.; ..
cabinet effxISff lot, |
Ph. 964.5606. 2/24 tfn to come out and brow... 14x70 MOBILE HOME With dabl transportation a Sdin.i" knowledge of oak QUIET, MTREAT ON 4.2 Acre o* 22S-A.
valid drlvr' llcn., and fenced backyard. S48.90O. '
Highway 17 South lake privilege On. y.ar hydraulic and of the construction 1..gyeffIckItttrlY'n.w. stucco horn*
BOATS Palatka florida. 325.9551 lease. First and lat month b. a resident of Bradford of fir. pump.; ((8X mortgage may, ,be Homes ': .. 'lecture*greet room w/flreplece. Only$39.800.

or 328.4682. 3/31 tin In advance. $300 per mo.rplus County. Starting salary Working knowledge of th. assumed with approximately 'MOVE RIGHT IN| Charming brick. 3 BR, 2 BAKerne ,

21x40 1911 HERITAGE ecurlty depolt., Cou- $3.80 per hr. plus compensation rules and regulation of ,$22,000 -Mobil* Homes' w/la.. ....., room t ............ Country
for milag. Applications department and oflI.n.rol difference). L.av.m.ssogs : ,
OAT. MOTOR TRAILER No 964.7231 the
MOBILE HOME 2 Bath 3 p.ts. Roof PooJ ,Club sire.$10.000 cash to mtg. Priced to slll
available at the fir. fighting 964.5392. 6/09
Also have on. paint hors or 964 8760 after 9pm. CHARM of 1 BR. I'
BR. 4flNO.CDMPOR'T. nearly new
Lorg. kitchen dining
for .al.. Call aftr 6 p.m. Fla. < Itchg 616UN.URNISHID Community Cor for the'Eld.rly methods and' technique: tfn 'D.ckl., Etcel, < : J BA..stucco .hsConerfy Estates w/tredltlonel
room room living program office In Ability to establish and ft. C/B
964 8752. 6/16 2tchg 6/23 all IjSOO fir. ..I pretty.'fun> equipped. kitchen.
flr.plac.. _
room ape brick home on Lake the old Courthous or call maintain effective relationships hous and approximately' :'proper Horn*
pllanc.. Seven room furnished. 964.4545 for Information. with department'member CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITElt Corner lot-
Geneva. $350 month. No Has house For ,
11 utility
acres. Painting
MEN AND WOMEN ,I Wood siding. p.lI. 17866044. 6/16 Closing dat, Jun 20, and the public; and barn 7 oc/es; of corn ,Apprex. T43I sq. ft. bam. Fireplace. *nc.
1762TRAIN shingle roof.. Assume 6/30 1983. Bradford-Union Ability to perform prolong garea*. lake access ta beautiful. lake..
Stchg trees arid fruit trees tYNDELL HALE L
Call 496-2076 Guidance Clinic. P.O. Box and arduous work pecan : SP-s8.00O.
payment 2 IK, 1 BA DUPLEX Stov., dj Ji| ..
$62.000. Also 1979 FORD
NOW FOR after 6pm. Mon.Frl. refrigerator. 122 N. Myrtle 399 Starke, Fl 32091. "An under odveof<.!' .. COURIERS) willradio.* 473-2214 ESTATE SALE IN_LAWTIViRoom! to roam Brick i iI

CIVIL, SERVICE Anytime Saturday and Sun St..$150 security deposit Equal.OpparlunJL.. Education CJh8. pvlenc.: hem situated .n 4.7 fenced ...w/bam.
EXAMSNo day. 6/16 3tchg 6/30 $215/mo. 9644228. 6/16 Employ-" Itchg 6/1(>tri, High School graduation or heater. S-speed. 2400. Rt. 2Box24eKeystone :p O AT1QN. LOCATION BR. S BA facing godtcown

High School 12x60 MOBILE HOME Excellent tfn P/T WINE .SAtESrEVWNt' equivalency'ilts>.ul..df 4734790. 6/09 2tchg 616JCHARMINO Hgts.,Fl 326S6 he* Ml Custom, drap**..super. kitchen,

Positions Start As Necessary High\ As condition.. Imo CINDER BLOCK HOUSE on,, Talloho** 0'_. Approx..' ., I'bWD, J'o :mIni t. COUNTRY' IIVtMg -"",.. '.t! 4/16 2tchg 6/23 flreplece,......"garege/ ._......:' Fantastic
%1 )lm.dk.Ms. ....."Olln''&Traitor:j it<<,dd...... road :3 BR. 1'It., 25hrs'rwR.Sf90wk'J :i It ,..., 1Own! 1111I" I
$1 O' 'HOUR II Pa. 964-4423 after BA.. Kitchen.J'.cVeer/ed'\ Oroceryup..''Pr.4.....""1IOJaut ri7 edJn. .S "a y:, Oont;_W! ,f,9R.- V1ffrVi* e POST Of flOt I CLERICAL! ? 'noon., resume dos Santa V2603' ho\/8 *'*'"- family room with flreplac( M .
Muijt pbl r.
Itchg 6/16 porch. About 3 mile south :r. dLi' :> from town but hove all tfi" *beauty of a
e MECHANICS e INSPECTORS Hansrob Rood Orlanoo, FL' % lotcVl kitchen. I
forts prolonged f o ; flee Inside
KEEP PRESENT JOB WHILE 197 SPRINGDALEl 12x64 2 of Storke. Call 964.6625 'fi ..fY' vii couory..tHrsg. L....,brick horn w/sparkllng.
328O4. Itchg 6/i6- duotis physlcofwortadverse er after 6 6/16 2tpd 6/23
paR 20"rx4O' pool S7JOOOt
: BR. CH/A. Island kitchen privet
OOVERNMENT EXAMS FURNISHED APARTMENT 1 BRADFORD-UN/ON O.Supervioor oncl/ AiI'dous'conditlOT.s acre fenced lot with ..moll'gorag. .
rang., oven and rofrlg. needed to hire, $VlOrf'hold' a eLAKI GINIYAt Urs.srp.s..d vi.ws Lg. sen-
> 'or' fix-It
Writ 1 Include Phone No. To: $6,500. For Information security BR. $150 deposit.month' No plus p.15.964.8071.ltchg $50. train and manage Toys vakd Florida driver's. Creative., financing shop t.rrsperary._._...1...... 4 B.72 EA'home.'

National Training call otter 4 p.m. 964.7526. 6/16 Party perionnel. Free, IIc.n..." available ltled off Hwy Rea'.J' Apprex. 2 ec., beautiful 'landscaping
training no experiencenecessary. Grade: 11.Contact w/grrnilS..use B swimming _,.
Service Inc. NICE ROOMS FOR RENT Pay 100' between Keystone
Low weekly rate, wall to Final week hir. Merrell 0..*. Personnel Hgts. and Stark. $32,500 EXCELLENT BUy:......*'" 3
C/O TELEGRAPH CO. wall air and TV. ing. Call collect, Director City of ,
carpeting Call 473-3582 before noon. BR.Horn on / Ac. Plus lot
Call 964.9992, ask for Ann. 12374327. Itchg 6/16 Stork.. Itchg 616Need : In
Trailer Pole Special200AMPS250 or collect 904-421-1273, country. $35,900. Classified Ads
P O, Drawer A I PART TIME Opportunity
tfn 7/17 .. '904.421-1284. Tallahassee: e5 AC WITH .BARN septic
Stark. Fl 3201 Delivered NEW TRAILER In Olln's lupervlslng young '.' No brokers pleas. Owner well, t O\ .roar polo. f..ReUrts'I I
Anywhere for Florida' %
6/16 4tpd 7/07 In Bradford County Trailer Park. Call 964 4715. Tim. Union. Evening anxious to sell. 6/16 Stchg. fencing ,.a,300. 3200 Sq. Ft.Warcthout ..
9.5. 6/09 Stpd 6/16
6/23 eBANK,REPO: Commercial *
712-3065 hours. Must have dependable ,
..... -
.2 BR TRAILER) Partially furnished car. Apply In person AChimney prop.",, HwY301.: Block Bargain Center 1,000 ft.:office mr retail
$165 mth., $35 at 1605 N. T.mpl. Av.., bldg. 2.400 eq. ft.:'on 1.37 M.
'.SOI S Start'46,1.6679 roe. leading oIoc:... 100 ft.
WE PURCHASE 1ST t 2ND MORTGAGESAr. security deposit. New Lif. .._ltchg! 616'Subscribe ac. Paved parking.: off US-MI North. '
Tmpl Motor Inn Lowtey. BEAUTY ,SHOP barbershop 96446294VACUUM
Today MdBlU HOME ***" ,
782 3332. or Fireplace skating rink,.tomeequipment. .
.you collecting payment on a real .*tat.mor
Dining room. 5EIJVJC. fCL!$ Window Door
tage, but would prefer to have a lump um? e ,
Partially furnished. Stove, Cleaned? 3 BR. 2 BA from horn on q
Let us show you how to conv.rt all or part of your refrig, screened In porch. 2; <.' CHI A. 'large porch, rvcrip. : ,
mortgage Into cash. For details, call today TELEGRAPH Call Plumbing SupplUs
964.6639. I I 1 1II utility room ar_. Ha extra !

116 N. Walnut St. 964-6305 9o4-827. or 74-6984 "jieptic' tank t power .WcrfrSollnrU SALE

Evening*ft Weekend I I / pal. for trailer..$40.000. ,. *c! FurnlfwroIloctrk NEW & USED.We .
John Bradley '3 BR. 2 BA C/B with large '
'BARGAIN' BARGAtN! lonk. hlp. .
G. n covered Appllincf! finance Our Own
patio. HI A. 6

964-5010 ClearanceGive I Chimney Sweep ceiling$55.000.fans, water softner, "- '". ." .... ,' ROYALS KIRBYS 8

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AwayFREE Fish camp Sampson lake, Shop& Compare!! 'HOOVERS,
2.72 ac.. 156 ft. on Samp ,
rj Insurance for
FIREWOOD son Uke. 7 60 for. canal Special QUEENS'
I .Com. by Sunshine Acre Industries and bar room, game room bolt Mobile' Home. .
$EARS All;)
o I : and tackle shop; 'living' 'AH, types of c,
[pG3I j [ CC g pick up free pallets and scrap firewood : boats and homeowners policies for COMMERCIAL
quarters .
I(as much as you wont). Beginning June ,J.'" ::1.2' 3 Bedroom Apt*.. kickers; .. mobile homes. We repair all. makes' ,

120 until all material .Is gone from | ,it, From '150" to '297", e3-1 AC..tracks of beoutlfulposture CaL for Quota_.*' I 'AI ";Young's: ISA l
I premises. r 12,300'p.r' track; Elel 1
|We Need the Space. This Is your chance j ,- contracts already. pending Olln'f Mobile Since 1957 13 It
,/ W. Madison on two.
tit 1930
.' Don't mist this Once-A.Year j Ho1111'Saltls, beT
'((11 Phone 984-6312 e10 ,,.c mobile home, ti 964-6910
I Giveaway I 11I I 1' ,rlsuAuBuIa.. ,
shop choice rolling land. Elaine,M. Oftn.Agent 3 Miles norm 1ft a*

.Drop by between f:30 A.M. and 3 P.M. J"I'-'i', _...psrer. ,(teN) 7M-4tSI ,. I '964-5608 SUM m US .301FILL j ., I
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1 Una. ... .._
..(located 2 ml., West on SR-lo, next to '1 Weber. Assoclat ; ea

I Olln's Trailer Park. Call 964-7o for 7124224P.O'.O.M' ...... .....--.- p 1X1M xa ,

Jl more '",ormation. ':.jv.,,: Subscribe/ I.c I 301 L:.L.wt.yy' r v ;' I DIRT; ,. t I,

I DrHlln. I .____ _'--__ -'_:! ---- ---== = : 1 1I i
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Your last cba&cc to save'oa. 2'". thtU.6'"' C ,& C, Mini StorageNow : ,BACK HOE SERVICE. I'I tJA, ,

SINCE 1969 I ,
"I'i '
one o! the biggest raetorqrcfe WAYNE KINNEYELECTRICAL : Renting .

price blew-ups Ia our lds14qe HEATING. a AIR CONDo Drilling State (Jcenstd Equip., i ,"6x12. 8x12' 10x1212x18 I' t,' ,.Ulnipten.Rortda1,, 468-1455; :. '

,Tn*Mod Suiukl"Piles BomtMts on Mowing our pnn 16... In Met. REFRIGERATION APPLIANCE/ REPAIR 'i. ,. 't.+ \J>..r!:,'a1'r. k':' : Inquire'at kJ.K.wasakl.1II SUirtta N(
Itisy n moving hunonds ordains OH, our ousody lock-eollom towtj .. --h.: '
ss ltoilg
t making sans d Its b..t St. ors 92 StuuM sheet,dill and com- 'l" a'i ,.. Hwy 30T S.: 984-6020 .-. ll'8ii
I pellet''' .1'"nuts olkxtxttt man, FREE i -z
you svw Itwughl posslbtt.' Which 24HR. ,,1 Nor ''' '' W. 'Y ?Yin
:mson.tams nrvw lIMn ol MINI' lime "t. 'Ales '"
to I Wvyour nm Suzuki C ,
.V tdite'Tt .l-
SM us riGht away 10 M In on rim ridiculously' low l : :sea ) / tl2a
Mon" Mad SwuU."Au aomMit blow nMYJMngoul ire do<* .._; ,! rs i iw
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___ -_ '64-8780, .K t ofomwVly i' >i"* .- : LIMITEp'1iME'OLY:: ; .INI

I 8 t ''GS-4 N ; Well E-Z1'ermS: 1hri
OT Electric Service .
Old. $17.. t...', ..e.c( YM II' rt.1:i,: i'" s

$12 9 9aiv.I.rA,1 PI"'ftIl, 3 br.. bilclc vaneer.11A $i1t central!WAv OIIMiE In
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New room
FLORI. LAND REALTY .-.n..Hon.ne'f ". 'c.rport.'utIIIly.. ..; rarpst..Rg, ; ., 11 -" .AIIDJIA'.," "' :- '. I IPage
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on'your ;
.' ,. .. Irt Repair. 'dot'. ,, : RATES I IOUr1de Ill
964-7700 ., .. ae 1..n,, .. /0" J" ..I" LOWEST : ; m
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393 N., Tempi. Avs.Stoik.: :. 8I 1" $. 31'!SiA :f" :' ;'!:: ,
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r J. Odom'' fltiate j ___ i'' :! ;P Mt>>;&, _' ,\, ,.. i C if*.;, ;* .V1Longchamp t'I_ .i) '\' : ,: :1,. :

'' I $ HE 9546 A# 1O:1Oiscbsl : )
SUff LY i .18:4-6853. P : '
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HAM P T ;.AREA;i.. a -v w-b (T"$ o .. ; .:

4f S. 20 Acre. MX.down. So..._ $..........;' .COMPANY:. : : Ms"lrit. df 3.. :lHl '* 1'1 k
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it CURIES SUZUKI KAWASAKI OF STARKElIVHtl MANY.MAN'f EXTRAS: ..1 CHiwiyB. rWfflM 1v > _' i'Arlliir hyllisnil
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pump ,
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8ioT'qMtpom.d: \ "J977 CHEVROLET: PICKUP! rty\j : 'om. ; WANTED .. SERVICES,, .,.. .SERVICES 60 ACRE FARM BeautlTuI 1 4 \ '
Piciofib'I.1nKeystone 'u '
lake tO. 'HIII_... S800 ion 4.4,.1.w.. extra clear., .. :" '" I I" COOR home site, 25 ocr.. NEW LISTINGi 3bdrm 1 1/2
JOV/B.-SMM4 per month i'-OUtomoti'IronsmI1slo4' Off ic', Center. -'I', '. ,it-j*.. DINATORSOCIALWORKER cleared 35 ocr.. In both, Home, Newly
Call 475-2160 after 4 UCINSIO COSMOTOLOGISr. CARPENTRY MAJkONRYWOBK NO TIME woodland tobacco decorated 1600 .At.
phqn 4I13..405', ..0'- tree hubs. p.m. AND TO CLEAN HOUSE? To work with allotment plus sq
4l336Qf1IP.M.' 1/2 $].500.wheeling ', 6/2-30 Stchgj:, ?(\# 'I', NEEDED Apply ol Je.sio'sHair Building patio, Call out professional developmentaldisabled! cypres fish pond shop Beautifully landscaped S

tfnthg ... ..' 473-3111. Mchrfe6w. < OFFICE .SPACE: "facing lira 4737708.69.16'21ehll adclUlo'n"1 Jemp( 7PUttAKI1INIVA'c4as EXTRA,tit.tAKt.'i. Lawrence.. Blvd.:Next door homes and tile\' .work. Free Churches our special' HRS and $1.2SO.00 per aCre Owner 3 bdrm 2 bath Home w/w

tot frorf'!\ $3.500, .rtrees.', Hand I bottom lake. '''1,.,, Andrew ,Drugi... Also, .tlmol.-I'lo! 473-4473 ,ty. Major| appliance*. you cedures policies In client pro. will finance with 20 percent carpet cent h/a,. garage
IJOO, ..down$7t74 per 1:* percent'llnanclng'W, ;" 'i.J i k*'I ftvIr Ioroe"otfIC", for NOTICE during day l 6/2 tfnchg .buy It I'll deliver and In.tall. Four programmlng college down.: Denlson Realty' and green house on ..poproM.
month. DIscount an entire dow $158 48 month. rent in 'rear of building. CARPENTER WORK Moving?Call me.I'll" degree and year at least two Inc. (904) 354-4939 UFN I acre
{ One"waterfront Doubt/ wide mobile per home. facing Flamingo Call CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Remodeling work: kitchen move you Water heatsr working experience' 20X60 1982 HERITAGE 3 bdrm, 1 1/2 bath CB home, j
lat l0&rss.Call 473-4375. 6/2, Phone' 473-405a of ..73-3<111. 6/2 tfnchg should be submitted to the cabinet and, rlrn.,carpen and water tank lntalld. years In related S.nd MOBILE HOME. 2 full large kitchen fenced In
rfnchg mr3tchg 6/16-3d: 't.r..4 OFFICE 'l"ACI.downlown' Lake Region Monitor officeIn try. Reasonable '|>rlce.. Water Conditioning resume and two letters of baths, 3 larqe DORM Kitchen back yard well landscaped ., !

OMMERCIAL PROPERTY on 8x30' TERRA CREWS travel next to State Farm writing and paid In ad- Call 473-2477 ,after, !330: ,systems Inttalled. Mixing reference to: Industrial Dining Room Florida 3 blocks from Main

'u f*r of 'Law.._ Blvd. !'trailer. .$600 ;Goad" Jar (Keystone. Center, .vane*I unless credit Italready' p.m. 6/2 tfnchg ',' ,/. valves and faucet chang. Complex of Raiford.P.O. Room Living room with St. 35900.00 1
( Flamingo neat SR.100' hunting or fOf"! 'w.ekend' ,I60/M\9.. Keyctane .established with CARPET AND VINYL,.paIrs' ed out. Minor plumbing Box 368 Raiford Fl 32083 fireplace, all appliancesand 3 bdrm 2 bath brick ham.,
o I SR.21 Interjection, hideaway. 473-7506.' ,,' 'Height ".olt.,. Inc. this office. and Installation Free and repair Bonded and ,2-pd 6/16 all furniture Included. fenced In back yard well
o office) com- 6/16. ttchtj. ,REALTOR. 473.4%). 6/2 MONITOR STAFF; CAN. estimates. Ten;yean'...x.porl.ne. Iniured. Hodges Delivery. Wood sidings and shlngel landscaped with beautifulrose
4 sparate
KS; corner lot with arttr IRON WEIGHT and bench :tfnchg NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE .. Call, 473-4217 Installation und roof. Call Mon.-Frl offer bushes, an one acre .t
pi nee on 3>*4dei of. pre*.' ,.et. $60. Cqll! UNFURNISHED HOUSE-:lIR. FOR MISTAKES IN ,and 'ask. far Craig.' ," 6/2 Jantorlal.473-3671! after 6 FOR RENT 6:00 anytime Sat.-Sun. plus.
Owner financed 473-7083 brick home- on lake CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD 1 IS tfnchg p.m. and 496.2076 1-chg 6/16 3 bdrm brick FMHA Home,
b Itchg 6/16.
Geneva, $350 No RETIREMENT HOME AND w..k.nd..teh6161I7.MISCELLANEOUS. MOBILE HOME 2BDRM double 1975 FLEETWOOD MOBILE In fawn .
h low Interest ...... Call 1972 ,DODGE window per mo. TAKEN OVER THE ,
w .4920 or 473.3<111 .6/2 318. Good '' van., .peN.; I.7B6-6044. 3tchg, TELEPHONE. HAIRSTYLING CENTER) all garage, Lg. lot In city. HOME 12X60 2 BORM. Jane S. Usher Realtor' '
.tire ,6/16-30. Classified deadline It under one roof.' OFFERING Phon. 262-1791 Jax. after Good Cond. 431-1676 or P O. Box 796

isj n ehg[ TOIIANA Oa'- 'on. fer.automatic$978 $800 or beet of. .i BR. 2 Bath furnished ,Tuesday noon prior to Certified nursing 6:00 p.m. 1-pd 6/16 431-1970 1-chg 6/16 Lake Butler Fl 32054
mile ... Chevy truck C30: ; mobile home with wsher Thursday publication. assistance and CPR trained HOUSE ON CORNER LOT 4 1972 BUICK SKYLARK RUns
d .., 37,000 : 'AerFM 350 4..pood'wflh wench. .INGO. "AM.RICAN ,
and dryer.: Monday l IS staff supervisionfor BDRM, 2 Bath Central air good $80000 cash. Call
/ radio with taped Hat bed $3.500. As Is. Minimum charge I. ; 24'0U'\ LEGION HALL.Sr-21 Saturday PERSONALSERVICES
Call \tl....., hot and h.at. Before 4:30: .96.2725 after 5:00
through Friday, 9 a.m 6 word for $279 then 10 : : p.m.
d Excellent cpndltlon after 5 30 ,473-2033. *,7 Public Invited.
I Ide and, .out ,..Front Itchg 6/16 p.m. p.m. and Saturday 9 'c.n" for each word meals: day, week or: long 6/2 tfnchg p.m. 496-3551. After 4:30 1-chg 6/16
.' Call center 496-3640 1-chg 6/16 12 PIGS Will weigh from
a.m. 4732747. term styling
disc ., p.m. thereafter. stay:
el I drive, brakes 22 FT. 0"'. ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUSi
m door $250 per month plus $100 for the public: precision NEW TRAILER FOR RENT In 30-43 Ibs. Mixed breed KITTENS 4 kittens-.... a
p or steering..xc.lI.nttlr.powerkes ... refrigerator. $250,, 17 ft. deposit.tfnchg stylIng ,for men Ond Closed Olln's Trailer Park. Call 4963332. Ivan Williams good home. Part Furshlan
refrigerator $130: Stereo, women; perm and hair- meeting Monday 8 p.m.Open 964-47159-5 2-pd 6/9 1-pd 61611UE.EIIRIES. 431-1324 1-chg. 6/16
$ 600 or best offer Can $65: Rodlal lOW! $73. Call SERVICESLAWN calorlngSR.325. Hampton meetings Friday 8 6/16 Schrmtzmann'sfield AEROBIC DANCING
seen at Chevron Food 4732291 Itchg 6/16 "' LOSTFOUNDFEMALE p.m. Alanon' Monday B
468.2619. 6/9.30 4tehg 241-A Providence Wednesdays 9:30: a.m. UC
rt SR 100 and 21. Call COURIER PICKUP 1975. All at
p.m. meetings
BUILDING REPAIRS You pick or we pick call High School. Call Tom
14920 or 4734907., 6/2 Good condition. $995. Call MOWING.landicoplngdecks. Educational Building Camniunity FOR SALE .
BEAGLE lost .
wearIng remodeling, addition, 735 0211 Tues -Sat.7:00: till Rymer 496-3551 or Jean-
It :hg (.473 7159. Itpd 6/16 gold yellw nylon' collar. cabinet ALSO local haulIng Church 473 2790 or 8:00 Sun. 12:30 till 8:00: nine 964.5678 2-pd 6/9

B.UOW AND DEEP WELLPtPSI .! Answers to Molly. patio, walk Qualitywork Call 4732520. 6/9.30 473-2130. 6/2 tfnchg 1977' NOVA Good condo p.m. 4 chg: 6/16 PUBLIC NOTICE! I Rogsr E.
pipe, and fining THREE SIAMISE KITTSNSi Rewardl' Call Sharon at reasonable prices. LAWN MAINTENANCE OVEREATERS ANONYMOUSNo $1800.00 phone 496-2214 LIVING ROOM COUCH and DuBose will not be responsible .
Van-Ace Hardware '$30 each without papers: .Thompson 473.4268 or Call 479-I92S evening cleared mowing edging due, fee or weigh In*. 2-pd 6/9 6/16 matching love seat. Good for any depts of Penny

K fystone. Height, $60 with papers. I Free) 4 4732050. Itpd 6/16. 6/9-30 4tchMortys and raking: General Open meeting Turn-toys, CALADIUMS. Conteduote Condition. Call 4962351 Ann DeBose after
.. ..006 6/2 tfnchgfU mixed puppies. 473-7104. mechanical repair Call 7:30: p.m. CommunityChurch Jasmine, Llgustrum $1.50 l->pd 6/16 BOOKKEEPER 10 years exp.wants .
IH CAMPERi Fits tongwenl Itchg 6/16 -'i' 473.7012.I1tpd Educational' Silver Dollar Eucalyptus do
[ base truck! N.ed.4ne 376-3117 or Building Keystone to bookkeepingfor
6/16' 1- Trees$7.SO Jeruslln Thorns small businesses call
473.7381,6/9.l2lchg minor repal.SO.. HeIghts' 4732790. 6/2 Tree $10.00 Contary Mary'sGarden Subscribe! 496.2940 .".nlng.. 1-pd

S ( tfnchg. SR 121 LaCrosse FREE PUPPIES Seven puppies
( WHO CAN' SELL liNGO Lions Club ocrtisfrom 496-1561 4-chg: 6/9 mixed breed Call
Roofing AVON"lETTER high FRAME HOUSE WITH CARPORT 483.1193) Brooker. I 1- chg
Tuesday, Early Bird 7 INSURANCEMAINES
2 BDRM, I Bath In city 6/16
All THAN YOU? p.m.; Regular 7:30: p.m.
typs. Roofingand nice shaded lot close to SEWING.AL filiATIONS.
Public Invited. 6/2
Repair Give u* their name end school Also 3 BDRM INSURANCE AGENCY MENDING. Want

phone number. H they IBath Frame home near ) 160 S. Lake Avenue, something n.w' Need
Estimates I er's.Iect.d. you 'may YARD SALE Raiford on one acre. For Lake Butler 496-3978 something altered Hate to
Fr.. cheese prize from our more detail call Maine Complete Insurance Ser mend cloths Call 4963902to
Licensed prIze folder.. CALL OR BABY ITEMS.and odd and Real Estate, Realtor vice. TFN. have It done especially
WRITE MILDRED HINKL. and. Five ((5)) mile east of 496-3978 1-chg 6/16 foryou. 1-chg 6/16
& Insured475e1271 red light on SR-100 Look
P.O. Drawer B, Lake
for *lgn*. Saturday. Itchg
Geneva Fl .
475-2467. 1240. I ANTIQUES 6/16 tooll Lake Are you tired of paying

miscellaneous.,, 8 a.m. 2

p.m.. Saturday only. Area *3 + ft. for a home
Per sq.
Used Mobile Homes Brooklyn Bay Road and
Payne Rood. Itpd 6/16

2 & 3 Bedrooms DOUBLE cover BED elec., toaster: heater and Professional

ILGoo. I coupler stool, man'. bike,

'One full year warranty 'lamp table rugs, dishes, Services
Reconditioned clothes and oterh yard
Completely! sale Items. 4737589. 100

John D. Brown Maranotho Palms, Friday Park and of Satur the We are building 1200 sq. ft. to 4000 sq. 1

-'> Home Center .Jp.e.I"n. '' lu day. Itpd. 6/16 ft. homes (block or frame) from 21" per

: down noltoi-vip, ,, A, .J, v 9 Drafting sq. ft. to '27M per sq. ft.

10'QlL' Interest rate -- SR-Zi 473&T7S'1'' Kk.teooHgtis._, v5j WANTED Design I
71; annual rate

.......... ."_......,. v".v.. ..,-...percentage, t ttio ,,'U RIDE WtS&Ot to Odytpsy3l Blueprint Services This ,Is the complete .housejnpjjidlna" J ;:; '
-- .. Cent r.JKA,JH,..W.. .., 'Conr1Ors,1. : ; ;b :': : .. orange '
[1pnffJxpay1w T *OWtoft :SAVSiNow ."Dr pt 1' 'rIc: n laI I( Ifltlt IiJ',' "Ave-i"!*/:r*.rP.m 'i Coil'(, r frlg.. cabinet*, heatilator and r ',,,,,",,'/ """

No credit check no qua If yhi I"3 .bedroom home en W.sMb,4Isp$4i,00O.' ': 473.281Z,4,16 3tlg/ hidden costs.
*HOME BARN AND O,LOVtt $tJiSt, *need t flooring. There are no

'. Minutes from downtown Gainesville cross-fenced In Graham." 'A'; great byg'$62900! ; ," E&'L: Specialist In Each house is custom designed, no Pre- I

*8 B 10 ACRE LOTS |lull North of town. FramWM.OOO. ,I, J .
on county paved roads per acre. OH-,, '. Roof B Cutter High Energy fab. If you would like more information I

',. Seller pays all closing costs *10 ACRES-Mostly cl...... Planted In Bahla. Plus> I II $'T:" 5 Efficiency Homes I
Call 4751154SR
BR 2 PA mobile home In excellent condition.CI utility -
I '
.. Restrictions. permit 'late model. and storage ..I.... Other storage From EIII_. 26 Melrose (Old Post t )

'manufactured homes building ?. : . . . .Reduced to $34.900. Senior Citizen 473-7(24 DIscount. Office"J I II
*LAKE BROOKLYN live Oak shaded. 1.635 sq. ft. _
- -
Home with aluminum siding. :3 BR 2 BA fully furnlih- -

ed.. Fireplace end many..tr.'s.$41,000 Call Mary REAL ESTATE BUYS I
I For more information call or return *LAKE LOTS from 9500. Sam. owner fInanced. Subscribe

.,, I "' ., coupon to: Matroplex Inc., Realtors* *WALK TO SHOPPING' 3 BR, 1 BA home In, 9646305AN S -'

c/o Sharon Curtis 5200-C Newberry Rd. town ._ . .. ... . .. .. ... ... .$27,500 Longchomp Enterprises & Assoc.

.=: Gainesville FL 32607 0 ((904)373-3583) Q CALL OUR OFFICE TODAY ON THESE AND OUR I Inc.


------'" -- ---- ---- S5S.000.
-ea catedatSR121 FROM YOUR :3 BR. 2 BA-Over ISSO Sq. H.
1Namm ( ':3 BR. 2 BA-Many Feature $' 7.000.
N.W. 34th St)&231
( ,
LOCAL BOARD OF REALTORS I .1: BR. BA-Qulet Neighborhood. $31.000.
I Address'" -
Reception, Center Open ". aN.ighborhoOdPoper1IeS. i '5 .3 BR. 2 BA-Houie plus Shop Area-S8.OOO.

2-6 p.m..Saturday & Sunday I city. state,...._.Zip_ 0 The REALTOR code of ethics was '1 Lake Property it

This dwMlMnwnt sidlccdlouliIinSV 'I Inc. first adopted in 1913. Since its inception I Mobile home en canal leading to Santa ,. lake -
Jebou&id.pIoddsrnid.ni.at wins tt Phone ( ....)_
Great for a get-a-way. $28.000.it
_mlad.ing' to 5.mlnOI._ I '10Usd.' "' REALTORS ((904))fl4-5 31 I it has been the cornerstone of professionalism ( Lot ft Acreage *

I ....-- in the industry and recog- I .Iutlfull.t. near Hampton Lake S1.200 each.Bed .

Starke : 5- -- - -- ______4.' nizes high standards of business prac- 'I Financing term anywhere Lot near Keystone

! Ads" -. -.- -. -. .. 1 .....,J tice and professional conduct by real r Start at 5000.
- I One Acre Plut-Near Crosby lake. 2 lots et $3,000
Ii'FOR -: estate practitioners., A REALTOR 5
I $ each) and 2 others at $3.500 each.
PERSONAL :PERSONAL FOR SALE FOR SALE'1I'IIIOEilATO.I SALE wants to ensure honorable, faithful, r Nice lot with well t septic tank $7,500.

service to clients Wooded lot an Beisent Reed $8.800.
SERVICES SERVICES and competent ,
/, ,USED. ALUMINUM PLATES freezers; USED MOTEL MATTRESS and other members of the Four acre for B12.SOO; er will split end sell ss two

CHAN| In.toli- 24x36" 25 cant each.. Used table, chain color TV, SITS. U.Haul. $30 set while customers, ecre tracts ".500 Your choice
.LINK FENCEi TYPEWRITER REPAIRs' Call In printing newspaper. bar stools. large .1..1' they last. 'Call Oempsey :. public. Your local REALTOR' is a lots on Old lewtey Road and Thomas St. ....100 each.
ed- -estimates. Handy- the Office Shop>>, 110 W. Great for minor repair mobile home step, Motel. 944-7391. Itpd 6/16 member of the' National and State Mult Sell 11 Let near Keystone-Owner flnenced..
Moh Fence .Co. ownerTaifimy foi details.
Call St, Storke. '
"lobs.. Bradford County dresser, 'photo copier, BICYCLES FOR SALE Good 4500.
Reddish. 964-8959.' 9645764.tfn Telegraph. .*..-*... tfn. Phone 964-S235. Itpd 6/16 and Associations of REALTORS and, as
selection most sIzes Michael. Realtor
61230. V ORDERs'Doori i Cooney
TO '
GLASS CUT' METAL STOII.IHILVING torsale. STRING BEANS cuke. : such subscribes to its strict code'of
INStANT CREDIT New Remanufoctured orr.condiflon.d. .
; ",,1..d4l"o.c". .299-2535. 6/09 4tchg squash for sale. 94-8306. types. Day'44-70(3 Evenlngs-'44-(827
c r'tIt card. No one>efus- JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY 6/30 6/16 Repairl.paintlng3.N.w ethics. or'64-166

ed Also ,.Information on. ,' 964-0078. Order also: ',MICROWAVE! OVEN very ,17 Itchg*OS S5M.SUZUW.Faring : and Fr.used Article 6 of the National Code of Usi 301 South Stark

re elvlng. Guaranteed VUoMostercai enuiImredardl. 4943019'taken In.'.j and lake.Key Putter.ton4. good condition-wood, $100 dinette; 6 and cargo box good condition parts estimates.available..See George II I Ethics states:."To prevent dissension -
solid ; 1000. Call 964 8883.
r... of credit rating.Ca 473-4973. tin piece Ricks Salvage misunderstanding and to
Heights. 2/26 set, $275;' coffee table 6/16 4 eha 7/07, or Logan at and
|$| ((602)) 966-0090. ext ''Vf HAIRDBStONERS "* 5184. "16
AMIL* '$50; Queen she headboard BY OWNERi On Hammond 301 North assure better service to the ERA
8510.: 6/09 2tp4tft;;; with
'" > and night stand tube Like FRAME BUILDING
IXPBRIENCED PAINTERtNejit : 144. W. Cell It., $7'. Call 964-6094 after 6. new Piper 964-5379.organ.6/16 2tchg metal rooiJi 20x40 four owner; the REALTOR should
work. Interior er ; ;!.tnoJ: 'p.m. 6/09 tillVEGETAILISt '.. 6/23 roams,,with two lavatorIes' urge the exclusive listing of pro- FAULKNERREAL
tostor. Free .estimate 0fMt.w ,- '01.' 'beans: BY OWNERs Lot 82x200.' In and twoiCommodes<<; M d. to the best
unless contrary
Rs nonable rater.wtrCJga | : 'tll $30 squash and:'okro.Small: city on.W..Madisan St, All'' out 'of cjbod pine lumber, perty p TV
>d r.f.renc4s.WCall-: ,,, ::\\"IM III 1PM plywood > boatv <964-6528. utlllrlee ovailabIAlso 57 Easy to move. 659.2165.Flarohanie interest of the owner

94 14OtII, 5177. Itpd SERVtCESi 6/161 ,,litsti :- ,.' ,....r. J$ 1111 PM 6/O92tctig 6/16 acre*, beet acreage In city' :' ,, Xarnei, .. When you take advantage of the exclusive ih ,
/Appofnuwnte Corn *
Low 964-5065
payment. Nurs.ry.6/16I40 local
lotion and repair of!I.A listing plan, your .
fiIot Always 34.c.searyRAPFIR squash, beans,cucumbers\ 964-9379 6/164tchg7/07 .'
pr)vately, owned ,.."rtt : blueberrle' V. Thomfon HOME INTIRIOTS S GIFTS CARS//" REALTOR becomes your personal .
te ,iphone and telephone'eq ;* 6 SEPTIC SERViCEs Rd. 100 W., first \ I
96<1-1550. < Scratch and Dent Sale.Al a and ,
$ ,...,.., PrewlreeJackInJtallatlon : \V< R..Id.ntlalt'pump..uto. .left TRUCKS representative you get IB
trailer on past Bayles buyl Some o much
.te. 964-4924 ...$83. WepIsQ F91""Y drolIIno. A14w.,. 6/09 2lpd 6116" 'a great* M prlce.t There will be .I : j attention and expert service. You then
0.0.. 6116 2fpd 6/23" .. :8121':11/18 tfn'. for'' 914 :w(4'O'NiN/ 14 '
USPUPPIESi '9645619.lt4ig 1 DRINK "U-PtCK-EMi. Vegetable pIcture,plaque, sconces:, ", become: first ..In, 'IIn'e, when a REALTOR
WANT ale.:'TGreenr 'bean 'and and many .more v: June.11PI.o.oni' .n ln., Excellent. -running 'shows'real estate to' the
6/16 mATS YOUllUI1NIII Cucumber _w".d.,.' ':' Grays"B.ownl.e' or- condition, price

:RAWFORO'S\ GENERAL WANT TO STOP Kersey Farm, M..929, Ph.. Mf ;.Look ,lorIgn. negotIable;Call 964-4337.I qualified buyers we locate through
CONTRACTOR* Quality ]< f l ,J c MI4ATI 0".,, 416UJI1RIESI Bam. t 182 FORD ESCORT A/C
from until
: Itchg Sale sales
work W. do ,hou..*.*\ "; : AIc.bol"" ........,...... ': lonoheckers, ??? llpd 6/16 'I:P.fc, AM/FM radio; I, advertising and personal con- 221. ....eyette St. Across from Wishbone

. fireplaces' bar-b-cue pit*., $44.4f$3 .. '4 mile. west of MelraseS. HYMAUUC LIFT tall gate for i 40OO. 964-8490. 61t.! I tacts. We separate the wheat from the OFFICE HOURS ..

*tuj6 concrete. work 9' and.' ':tf tj. ;; "" 'i.t $S.,end 2 !rnlle North. U-pkk pickup truck. ,. $300. 4tchd1/07fl *. ::' i.Cfaqffand show your property to buyers Mon.-frl.; Set.:I t-H Neon
m.ro.o7: ;' > Wand Wa-PU} (Onoi-de'C'< .....564.. 1khO 6/16 ?UMCOlNt.> 4-dr.. tow nowWh: listing' ',
7 :J160. .,,, ia ""l I'I *.m. to 6 a.m.* Mon.-Sat,, :Mr.",KEYSTONE ,KIM*.:and 'fce", ,Jade green and I j, who are ready to act" .
p/J'Compl.I.I.h .M4-U"., .P' Sunday,, 2:30.6:30" tire. $70 Of best offer.Call '"cream.LoOd.d.: / ExcellemNwidltlenv .exclusively with a REALTOR ''you'ate COOL OFF THIS' SUMMER IxceeHtmal 3 BR. IVi, BA In

liLt.AW. service.\tIOiIeftan\ clr"> 51' lI"L! ;... 473.1191 and 473-2702.' 782-371 6/09 2tpd 6/16 $..000,.Owner- .,;' 3 getting salesmanship based on exf 'Hampton Oak,. ,_Priced right.' rCI
C> IliMn e/14 4tehg 7/07, LIMON POINTER PUPSi Pure 4473-2214. 6/16 Ito WWi 40 .
HOME .n IIV4' acres far $39001. acres
wer bladei hollow'und ) .1OO1OOI1IIi1i/Yl&, emto' QIHKN lIDO Posture> Zenlx. ,bloodlines, $25 each. J'"* FQR94TORINO* Pdo- k riencei skill and up to the minute, $79.800., l ,
and balanced: (_ ..Want do'far .and box SDMIIMS. ti..ltlon. .90O 1971 I real estate market. A I
"( .d.mattress 782-303 6/0 2tpd 6/14 ; 3 knowledge of the LOVELV WOODED BUILDING SITE. One ewe,' Clop
ve- at Jackson Building i.. kk lna small, like n_. S171, It IT mil you can buy |lps', VP' .KO Short. "..hool .base 1 ,, and real With atrium.'V' :t
Is professional County. :,
Su$ply In Sterke, Keystone-:1/ bulin.."",' Call 496-2940. la-S6M.. Itchg 6/14 for.$44 through the 0..., Custom; V,6$2,800.Io.* : REALTOR a CUSTOM BUILT M.H. with 21 acres,fenced bern 9* 4 :
M, ght or ek.But. nln 1 THEME SIAMESE .MALI ,KIT. Gov.rnm.ntU'Oe' the ,cellenl 'CO."f""o i 46382ichg6123' U testate is our professJon.: share your .. "* '
TF IVRd khg INO MA"( NINE.g ,;jl, TBMS. $30 each without, fact, todayl Call ((317) 4> rSUNBIRDiH2dV. .' desire to sell your'property quickly at 8ROOKER gssumehle -0119'DOU8LSW1DE M.M.'_f4'AmaJ"U 0( \, t"*v' *.* ".

-nti! *4>er : $60 with, paper 7"MI" "' Ion fONTIAC'! :
All mckee. ''-' I"trr,6qf.l'l'T' ;> obtainable..CaJLL LOTS 1of.Myttlo South .-.
l"AIE9D market price en
/ :& free 4 nUX'4 ,pUBplM4TS71O4. :) PS. '1. AT AC' ;, tfte best
c k mad, ailed and .* f.- Itchg "'/16 WINDOW tj CONDI 43G.OOO ,atIt$2,301tch9636 : < j aI REALTOR. todax1 NICE BLftUMNO LOT Northweee, On\ cve..Isms j
|jutted ''tl5 "- : SHOP : 6-y.ar.I.U\t. 4 31,000 btu. Works'9O0d '. .r ; ...... ". .... Mol.....,' I ..", .
ront..cfii' "1'Jo" ...., (t GILDiNG TK3NM. : {mJl.'Ijq! I '.. Bradford-Union County.
hliJ .build-es'l.t'. lUxISS III
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Sti ckland, corner Morgan .' 70 ...ltisd 6i"16 for workshop. Make :f'" HMID; 1'ttKUI' 'TRw'/: h BIard of REALTQSInc.,4vt -.. Highland. Arawn'r: \ r >,, ""tCtT; t fIt

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Thursday Corner of E. Call & Church Sn .t* Stark* ,,964.7019Ya'll
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Saturday Buy 1 Get 1 FREE

Wise Potato Chips
1 Flavo-Rlch 7:30 am
7 oz.i .
'n1'r Ice Cream i Wise BBQ Potato Chips 6:30 pm
V4 Gal Squares

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Sue Davis Shows Crafts Made of Left-Overs... Buy 1 & Cheese \throughout] _

Sue Davis of Brooker make all sorts of lovely crafts using A heart (upper left) can be made easily and stuffed Get1FREE the stores
simple household Items or odds and ends that are left with shredded scraps of cloth. DinnerBuy
.over from her sewing. The peacock wall hanging (Upper center) was made
Christina Jody Davis No. 2 (l-r lower row), who was from decorated pieces of styrofoam meat packages. 1/Get/ 1
named by Mrs. Davis' granddaughter Christina Jody .Granny (upper right) Is a pincushion Dixie/ / Lily ls.
Davis(No. 1). Is a doll made on the pattern of the popular Mrs.Davis got Interested In crafts from odds and ends FREE Corn Muffin
adopt-a-doll that can coil as much as 100. The materialsto when she went to Gadsden County to work with senior .
make her cost Mrs. Davis III and took her about six citizens.MM.Davis says that these kinds of crafts are In- 7% oz. Mix
.hours to complete. expensive and easy to do. "It gives them Initiative and 8 PK 16 OZ.8V4 +
Track and Half-Track are two bears that Mrs. Davis drive to keep them gonlng. It's.way, to keep them feeling Come o:. pkg
saw pictured In a magazine and then made from left young." she says. $ 09
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overs. "My main Interest now Is to get other people to come tome .to Roy's |
Miss Mopsy and Thomas Cat with Smiley Rat were also and give me new Ideal of how to make something FREE
made from leftovers and odds and ends. beautiful of these everyday things that normally would be plus tax & Dep
Alan was made In memory of Mrs. Davis' grandson. ,thrown away" she says.


Obituaries-from page Swill -

be held Saturday, June 18 at 1
p.m. In Ebenezer Baptist Church with
Rev. Leroy Davis officiating. Burial
wig]be in Oddfellow Cemetery under
the direction of Haile Funeral Home,
802 N. Oak St.,Starke.
Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. : J
Beatrice Chandler of Trenton N.J.; ,
two daughters, Miss Dottie Sue
Chandler, Trenton N.J. and Mrs. i
Mary Ann Rumsom, Philadelphia,
Pa; two sisters Mrs Ellen I.Holmes

of Trenton Starke N.J.and;Mrs.two Susie brothers M. ,Ellis Harr of are at the OFFICE' SHOP NOW!! :

ington Chandler of Starke and JamesE. el'I. Starke Florida
Chandler of Miami. 110 W. Call S'r I. ,
964-57 4 .
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Dave R. Henderson .1.1 : \ ,,
Funeral services for Mr. Dale 1'- \. I :;
Robert Henderson, Rt. 1, Box 1308 / .. Co-ocLSeIec: ion i :'1 .LCD
Starke,who died at home June 13,willbe QuartzWatches;
held Saturday June 8, at 3-30 Hhfn1Fk '
p.m. at Pleasant Grove Baptist .
Church in Starke with Rev. Eddie -
.N\ens '
Robinson officiating. Burial will father's' '
in Cemetery at 913.50LCD
follow Speedville
Keystone Heights under the direction Hot L \ .
of Haile Funeral Home, 802 N. Oak ., ather'D
St., Starke. er i ay "
Mr. Henderson is survived by three Bow
daughters, Mrs. Lourie B. Gaither Dispenser Card'. J" : \\to "I: IV; '
and Mrs. B. Gaither of '
Daisy '
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Mrs. Christine your ,
Gainesville and s
Parham of Nashville, Tenn. and a of shaving cream 4',: "We have just the "' '" i ( :framke, .. Time Pens
close friend who cared for him duringhis
illness, Mrs. Annie D. Chandler of one for, your Dad"mOfaaa ,
9.5 ; 6.98
Lawtey $8. fht .

Servicemen S f ,. Sharp .. !Pocket: ,-
PenrS 'CalculatorLeather
.1' Sgt. Lunn ParticipatesIn ,",

Exorcise '. 2O $1 2 05
Army Sgt. William C. Lunn, son of = 81' u. .
William and Betty Lunn of Lawtey, Wallets I
has participated in Solid Shield 83, a ,
U,S. Atlantic Command exercise Involving
all services in the Department RicoBriefcases Tailor
of Defense and the U.S. Coast 7.QQ & -
Guard. up
The exercise was conducted in Key Ring'Men's
Georgia, North Carolina and the $ '
Atlantic Ocean emphasizing com- $4000 3.50
mand and control of military forces In up .
a combat environment Involvingland JewelryBoxes I '"'' "Elegant Gift at a Low Price" J
sea and air forces. 3 Plece i
The Atlantic Command is one of six ...) ,
unified commands within the Department DAD. Brass' Groom Set
of Defense and has the respon-
sibility for Joint operations In about 40 Paperweights '
percent of the world's ocean. and 8.00 j ': 2'.2'5Manicure
seacoast areas. i
Lunn, a 1979 graduate of Bradford *7..00 d
High School, If an indirect-fire infan' Set 't. r "' ,
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with the 24th Division
tryman Infantry 2
at Fort Stewart, Ga. with leather case 4.0 P.:' ', ':, Gl rfll9nt IJags

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George A. Davis V' Brass /r, ; "J $ ""
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Recent Honor GraduateNavy 26'PC., Deluxe '''- .8 9sSocketWrench ",' o .
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Electronics Technician 3rd ., ...." I '.ItJiiV.... ".t'p, ,
Class George A. Davis, son of LyndaM.
Pepe of Keystone Heights, was Tool Kit NoveltyCigarette 'r "
recently graduated from Electronic > ,;;;;; ,

Honor Technician Graduate.Class "A" School as an II Lighters ,h; t. : ....:
21..00 ., rlan
The 19-week school, conducted at ""W" yo
Navy Service School Command, 17.501 '-' '.' "
Great Lakes, HI., provides nuclear Up : Rechargabl
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field electronic technicians with a :
basic knowledge of electronic fundamentals Panther, ., Replicas of guns, planes, tanks/ etc.: "k+, '

and the development of ", ______.. Som.t.hlnotolUltev. mon. Shaverf
troubleshooting skills using generic KnivesM3.5O .
communication equipment. '. ,- '1 ,".. .' ,
Students received instruction In THII'' "
digital fundamentals, advanced electronics
circuit analysis, the use of ',
testing equipment and tools, the app :l I ; 389,

theory of operation of radar equip ,

maintenance ment and corrective of radar and equipment.preventive 'Greattiltfe'Gifts'iV: .; "' I!'''' .. ....e"' .. .;r ,J"" ;" ,"- 1Jo'.. 1 FS

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Promoted to : ; '9taSit., Fa' J
Sergeant 351' dl.15'
Is from _. .01L" .." .Car RCS i t
Marine Sgt. Brian A. Whitney, son
of William E.:and Beverly Whitney of .__. (took like old fashion cor it/) p
Starke, has been promoted to his pre
sent rank while serving with Marine '
Corps Development and Education-- .11\\\\,.
Control.Quantico, Va.
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