Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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Overcast skies are predicted for today (Thursday.June 23) with morn '
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Continued warm and humid weather.with a chance.of. thundershowert \ SECTION JL.Twolect'Ai. -" 1' YOUNG LIBRARY P K BCT

:. Is the forecast for Friday to Sunday. NOI'.... ...... .... ... .1'.... 14 \ UNIVERSITY OF FlQPIDArAINFCVrII
A low pressure trough bringing warm air in from the Gulf of Mexico 1II1t......fog* 4Social. e
dumped an inch of rain on the Starke area Tuesday afternoon with the ..' '...* S.4', I ,
hardest downpour between 4 and 4:30: p.m In the final hours of the spring 1..1'.7." : F FL ?-611 -"
season. Skies cleared under In time for the official start -:
a bright sun just "
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I of summer at 6:09: p.m. Tuesday. .
So far June has brought 6.28 inches of rain to the area,about two inches. SECTION rtObluarl.a :')

i I short of the 44-Inch Do-year average.Tuesday's '... 12 r'CI..If. The Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Haven
disturbance brought a pair of twisters to Gainesville,knockIng ....... .. . .. ..1'....s.1 f"r
j out power to the entire city at.noon leaving 50.000 utility users without N_. I....... .. .. . ...I'... 61 power for 45 minutes.. 1 j J
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County May,Follow Suit -1.f PKY

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I' ,' There'll Be No Nude' Dancing in City of Starke, Council Says

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j An anti-nudity ordinance in commercial establishments serving alcoholic have gotten to work on an,anti-nudity. Public outcry and resulting female to expose breasts buttocks or genital area to public view. It also
beverages was passed 9-0 on first reading Tuesday night June 21,by the City pressure on public officials, who say their phones rang off the hook, caused would prohibit employment of.devices to simulate breasts, buttocks or
Commission of Starke. the performance to be cancelled before it came off. genital area.

The proposed ordinance is patterned after those of Tampa, Orlando, and ; .
!"We need some legal grounds to lay..oo-no., said City Commissioner, 'ElBentially. Chief
according to Police Jimmy Bowen the proposed or-
Jacksonville Beach all of which have been tested in court. City Attorney
Charles Schaefer who wanted to increase the license fee as well from $1,000 dinance draws the line of nudity at a G-string and pasties. It gives the Police
Terry Brown said he took the best parts of all three ordinances.
'County Commissioners have said they will see what the city comes Up to 100000.anti-nudity Commissioners ordinance would Bobby take Biggs care and of Travis the problem Woods said, and they Scheafer's thoughtthe Department the right to atop such a performance, Bowen says.

with and go from there. County Attorney Dudley Hardy has asked for a copy, suggestion on the license fee increase never came to a vote. At present the city has no such anti-nudity law. A strip show'could be puton
of the city's proposed ordinance: -- simply by paying a $1,000 license fee Commissioner Schaefer pointed out
The city ordinance can become law at the regular council meeting July The proposed city ordinance make H. unlawful for any person maintaining .Tuesday nightViolators .
on a second and final reading. owning or operating a commercial establishment located within the city -, of the proposed city yaw would be guilty of a misdemeanor
A recent scare when a male dancing group wad scheduled for a ladles at which alcoholic beverages are offered for sale or consumption or given punishable by up to a$500 fine or up to 90 days in jail or both. In addition the
night only performance at a local motel Is the reason the city and county away free for consumption on the premises, to allow any person, male or license of the violating commercial establishment could be revoked.


Dog's Life ? S3? 8?* SpsE=SS! Power RateFluctuation

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In StarkeBird Set in CityAuthorization

for Starke electric
SanctuaryIncluded rates to be increased or decreased
when wholesale power costs go up or
down was given Tuesday night t. June
in LawAn 21, by a resolution passed 5-0 by
r r Starke city commissioners.Under .
updated animal and fowl control the present purchase from
ordinance was adopted for Starke by Florida Power & Light an increase
the City Commission in its Tuesday, will come only once or twice per year,
June 21, meeting.'Thenew'law and must be approved by the Florida
Public Service Commission, pointedout
amending Chapter 4 Clerk Neil Tucker. The city Is now
of the city cOde. places dog control empowered to adjust electric rates
under the Utility Department Instead monthly however.
of the Police Department. Utility ''t rf
Director Merrill bee and Police r' ,The new authority will prevent elec-
Chief Jimmy' Bowen said they will !rl'lV tricity prices going up substantiallyat
continue to work together in controll- one time as recently happened it
ing dogs. s 1,, was pointed out.

The Police Department must reS- .,+ I 9M Mayor Vernon Silcox said authority
to raise and.lower electric rates mon-
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case dog or com

' ,Miod.nts,':lqancasqChief.owen: .....thly.....will...... be ..wy m.u. .,h..... ..le.'withh FYL..L.;".
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The dog catcher is an employee in power from the least expensivesource
the maintenance shop said .Dees. on the statewide power grid
Council approved purchase of a and from Georgia.
beeper so the dog catcher:can be call
ed out when necessary, r. Bids on the two-way tie-in will be
The new ordinance controls opened at :3 p.m. June 30 in the city

livestock dogs cats and fowl. It hail. .
makes unlawful to keep animals Council also agreed to participate
having a ,contagious or' infectious 'k. .r. 't'l"M Mlia'e.w at no cost to the city in a power supp--
disease, requires license and tags for ly study by the Florida! Municipal
dogs requires inoculation and sets Electric Association. This may lead
license fees and prohibits any animal to the city purchasing power from a
from running at large. nuclear or coal-fired plant now under
Dog tags will cost$1. Impoundment h Both moves were recommended by
fee will be $10 plus $1 per day. Dogs w l C city bond trustees.In .
will be destroyed within 10. days
of breed.
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other June 21 action the council:
The ordinance establishes the city -
'as a bird sancturary making it ;.let
.Agreed to pay $80 every two years
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unlawful to trap shoot or molest wildfowl for prescription eye glasses for city
.i or to rob nests.The law does give employees, as recommended by a
the city authority to act in case birds( L''o 3, committee of Police Chief Jimmy
become a pest or nuisance. Bowen Clerk Neil Tucker Utility

Violators of the animal and fowl Director Merrill Dees, and City Attorney

control ordinance are subject to a fine Terry Brown..
of not more than $100.or. not over 30
days In Jail. Was told engine No. 1, a used unit
recently purchased from Texas, is
'Passage of the updated animal and i. down but will be repaired under war-
fowl ,
ordinance came about 'when ranty., Five coils in the generatorwere
Commission Jimmy Crosby pointedout out and must be replaced said
the former ordinance was antiquated Utility Director Merrill Dees..
dealing with matters no
longer applicable In the city such ali Summertime Swimming Companions....., fKeystoDe .Was' told by Commissioner

i tabling a horse within so many feet Swimming Is not just for humans.Allsha Nooney has a good time with her Heights. As the summer progresses more and more people. hit the Schaefer the Edwards Road Softball
of a home or business. swimming companion and water lover 'Dear'last week sharing the fun of water to cool off aDd have fun. Bear's owner IsLarry complex is beginning to take shape

'Council passed the' ordinance the summertime water sport. Midis Is the daughter of Keystoner Both of Kim them Nooney swim as and often as possible.. after work by the city county,and vo-
,unanimously) on a motion by Commissioner ,Allsha and Bear are frequent swimming partners Brooklyn. 'n Lake near Oglesby. also of Keystone tech school.
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......... .JL ,' grades 3, 5, 8, and 10 will be at least was added to objective Wo., 3 whichcalls
: : : *r* bring Bradford students ,test. Using the State Assessment Test grades K-A and!in the federally sponsored in Bradford County specifically that of the state average" states the for sequential programs in K12as
A goal to include to the extent capacity
of'the-' of, Compensatory Education Program ( outlined In scope and sequence
aa a measure' progress
'. up to at least the state average in, ,students represents '"a major' in grades 6-13.: The $285,429 allows, in reading, mathematics, second guides for language arts
academics and for for district common schools textbooks Monday change" In concept Supt.:Tom Casey ,Chapter 1 program for 83-84 will consist writing, language, and spelling as Common textbooks for the same r mathematics .science and socialstudies.
I was board. of 12.1 teachers and some 450: measured by the State Assessment .
told the school and grade levels' Is another'objective
ti Also night, June 20. two : .,,7 Remedial Instruction, for, specific?' student The $110,451 Comp-Ed program' -", Test and California Test of .Basic courses adopted and, representes There is .no uniform grading
it< approved were programs
t ; ', ,skills is available to students behind 'wlll work with some 750 Skills. educational
In GOalS..P.
to provide remedial ; another major change 3A)'
costing $3II ,880 minimum (See
in the federal Chapter students.It "Composite scores on
tutoring In for grade level philosophy.That totally new sentence
and a compensatory forlii Is the< first time l', student performance standards for
',unlearned skills on the state literacy' ;1 (formerly, Title 1)) .program : Instructional f

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}!, ....' Council Annexes 3 New Areas into City Limits .

i '" B-Section : ," .. :'ordinances annexing 'UM former some $1 million from the city which On the Lakewood development The city makes none or only a little
'J .. .", :, Silcox said the can movein profit on residential electric sales,
t. W' ,, t, w" .. :, '. airport property on US-301 south and went to buy the old airport when EPA Mayor ,annexation, city take ovefeverywhere said Commissioner Jimmy Crosby Jr.
/ for the city "
"t" ''the Lakewood plans were pump
:..:', :, property where Clay Elec- "Very little profit, Utility Director
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< ,.* ,."o\, ". effluent to the aiport and except
.. Saddle Upi : 1V' i"i2.r., ) (V on SR-100 west were approved Tuesday sewerage lines. Merrill Dees agreed. But Clerk Nell
/' Club's 'Annual Frblk.Jackpot drew him- I night,June:21,by the Starke com- spread it on the ground. When theReagan tric already has and dollarshort Tucker said the, city accounting
1Th. Bradford Roping Admlnstration came into office The city Is a day late a
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: ''J""r" electric system won't produce a figure comparing -
; ;dials;? of horse lovers to the.popular"event' *. The annexation of the two pieces of new EPA officials reexaminedthe to into get sole possession said of the electric sales profit of
the control oft plan, which had been opposed by service
gives city commercial ealea.crosby' .
property residential or
\ 't-S.. ''i''fJ!. would not be cost effective
allowed the city to Terry Brown. It
''t'.S'" "Al''s "u\ n r.ag.anr.Snoki.xp.rtt utilities which go in there pointed outMayor city engineers lines point was that the rest of
; run
..Snak.: : / s for the, cityto
*] v *ff dumping effluent into Alligator
} Vernon Silcox. Although the keep
do' don't. of in the utilities are self-supporting and
fells Electric
I the polinouV to those of Clay
Cat parallel
; -: Electric lines Creek,But EPA required a $541,000'
;., ,, ; city cannot Clay Lakewood Brown's opinion. should be extended into Lakewood
i ),steaks the. wild : ". ';:i. ,,..,, .,, P lb' r It 'yt I '. already, In .Lafcewaod, the mayor, treatment plant improvement Such a measure, was would cause a ter- regardless of the situation on elect
.. j''rio ,, t ) pointed out in a question! by -: under way. ,
/ '. tricity.Council
\' .I.. ,, j" ,' .r .\".,; .,: ",. Bobby BI( JS.' > A Nov.:: 14 .date' In Atlanta .Is tentatively ritorial battle attorney Brown seemed to agreed for Clerk Tucker to
: y,1, :\" Thoma'Jr '. set according to city attorney The
1 .' Lakewood developer' Arch i the city have a new city map drawn including
'J is guarantee
Build I" Your'Own 'Fallout $h;.... .;,. 4." a. ', has said he will pay costs of extern '; Terry Brown of,the for1 EPA' an order administrative would think there come out no on top In a territorial Lakewood Pine Forest, and the
utilities into the on appeal
ding : former airport property and to send
A' s rlou t' IaeJ.of,:civil, defente planning,prompt expert to Crosby Lake,just east of Crosby Lake ,requiring the city; to repay the moneyit battle. In fact Mayor looks Slices unfavorablyon said he's 'the map to be filed with ,the stateestablising
look 'at smair, '"psnonal"fallout shelters Intended for famlll' I Cemetery. gave-the city to purchase the airport heard expansion the state of now municipal electric the ctty'a territorial !

and h Individual! ,,, ,\';"'t'<- ,m">, ".. '<',.'\ .. >" ".., ; The Agency federal,,is Environmental also suing to recover Protection 'took from which nerCFrred Mueller.and systems rights.


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PageSA TELEGRAPH June 23, 10S3q

Only 48 Tickets Left


y { For 'Guys and Dolls9

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Just 48 ticket are available for tEe ten Dy a beautiful Salvation Army
recruiter (
Broadway production of "Guy
Nathan Detroit (Don Neel)
and final
set for Its
.Is finally horse-collared bv Miss
week run Thursday through Saturday
,June 23-25,at the Starke Golf and Adelaide (Chris Include An-
Country Club Guys In the
drews. Kevin Neel. Don Hardy.Patrick ,
i Ten tickets are left for Friday Clark
1 Keith Hunter
night, June 24, and 38 tickets remainfor Patttllo,
tonight (Thursday, June 23). Edwards Don Kelly Bernle Patk rCrawford,
Saturday night Is sold out Cancella- Kevin Scheett, pw
lions are possible, however. Davis, Mike Christmas,, and (
For $12 the local theatre-goer can Dodge.
Dolls In the cast are Ruth RIddick; ,
get a lO-oi. bacon-wrapped filet of
Susan Sowell, Linda BaUes. Laurie
steak and a rollicking three-hour,
Pusateri Stern
three-act performance by a Conti, Annette ,
thoroughly entertaining local cast of Diana Crawford. Judy Dukes, andPeggy
r the Bradford Nod.Charlene -
community Players.
Francis on the piano and
'ili The clubroom at the country ,club
the drums provide the
seals 160, every seat close to the D.J.Riddlck on
stage. musical accompaniment.
the lighting! Gene Tanner and Gene
Dinner is at 6:30: p.m. The play
Sound effect are handledby
begins at 8. Jennifer and David Dodge.
Stars are Merrie Shoemaker Bill Dodge
: : McRae,Don Neel, and Chris Wdeon. Joan Hall is stage manager, and Con-
The musical has a setting on Broad- uelo Dodge Is propos maser.;

; way In New York where efforts to
keep a floating crap game alive in the Tickets may be purchased from'the
basement of the Save A Soul Missionrun country Cosmetics club 9S4-5441, or Merle Norman
by the Salvation Army. Gambler Studio on. Thompson

.Kkv.. M''.t rson (Bill. .McRae- ) Is smit St.--In-Starke.' ,, ----,----

MONDAY.MlHt_XTBradford '
ttansrolkab .County Comml.sl.n'.
: 7iM Nursing Horn Band

County Zoning board.......
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.. TNU5SDAY.Anti l0
Hampton SInaie8". C.K. Fuqua, Sonya Hodges, Tracy McCullough and Christine Broome. ., ,..........School Board '
These Hampton Elementary students made straight 'A's on their report In the middle from left to right) Kimberly Wilson. Shannon Edwards and .i JO,.....
cards for the sixth six-week grading period. Angela Baker. In the rear from.left.to right: Cindy Davis, Faye iruie. SiaN' COMPAMV Stark Zoning Board. '
From left to right the front Tim .
on row Crews.Julie Collins. Steve Lewis. Danlelle Hersey and Cindy Davfe.
1 212 Eo Call SL.Starts. ,'. i 7 o.m.
I' Health f.cllhl.., .Authority
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Lawtey News "

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PERSONALS: Mindl,'of Tampa were Sunday dinner c of Tallahassee, her sister, Mrs: Doris their mother, Mrs. Truby Wain- their mother, Mrs. O.J. Phillips, at Smyth and daughter Elizabeth, of
Mrs.Virgil Griffis,of Palatka was a guests of their aunt, Mrs. Daisy Boch Perser, of lake Asbury, Miss (l Lisa wrleht Lake Butler. Reception Center on Atlanta, GA., Mrs. Smyth for a week
Sunday dinner guest of her sister, and her mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson. Durban, of Jacksonville and Mrs. BIn Crouse was a Saturday overnight Father's Day. Those present were and Elizabeth for the summer. Miss
Mrs. Daisy Boch and her. mother, Pat Brown, of Jacksonville spent the guest of his parents, Mr. and ,Mr. and Mrs. Danny Phillips, Mrs. Jacqueline Lines will be here Tues
Mrs. Nellie Wilkinson.' Mr! and Mrs. Bruce Crapse and weekend. ,' ; Mrs. Bill Grouse. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fate Redd, of Macon' GA, Mr. and day for a week from Anchorage;AL.
Mr. and Mrs. CT. Boyette Jr., and family, and Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Dan Wainwright, of Jacksonville, Sikes, and Mr. and Mrs. Kevin ''Mrs. Bill Gaskins, Mri and Mrs.. Coleman : Mr':-and Mrs. Arthur McRae and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen, of Ceballos, of Jacksonville, spent was a Thursday overnight guest bf his Newsom, all of them were from ; Mr. and Mrs. Griffls and Mr. Claude Revels and sons DeWitt
Valdosta,GA,went to Maine and then Saturday with their parents, Mr. and mother, Mrs. Truby Wainwright. Jacksonville. The couples were Sun-' daughters Truman Norman,and Mr. and Bret of Starke were supper guests
came back last.week on their vaca- Mrs. M.D. Crapae. Mrs: Mary'Menotte Mr. 'Johnny Tomlinson"Mrs. day Father's Day. dinner guests. of 1 and Mrs. James Phillips. of Mr. and Mrs. L.M. McClellan on
tion. of Jacksonville, spend Sun- Margie Reddish,Mr.and Mrs.Robert their parents. r Mrs..Fate Redd, of Macon, GA, is Father's Day. _.
Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited day with them. McClellan and son, Jeff, of Starke We are happy to report that Mr. spending some time with her mother
their brother, Cecil Whitehead in Mr. and Mrs. John Butler, of 'Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie McClellan andson Robert Lee was able to come home Mrs.O J.Phillips and her brother and Mrs. C.1I. Brown, of Orlando, Mr.
Memorial Hospital, Jacksonville, on Gainesville, were' Sunday dinner Paul.jot. V.lda.lia.G AA ..erjQFathefSTefcyy&Ke ..._inun St..Vincents Hospital, Jackson- sister-in-law, Mr. and'Mrs. Danny and Mrs. Lonnie Teston'a sister and
Sunday. We are happy tb4'th he was guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. glBeorbf WRW-VJB8 SUftttariorninft.ln: time to attend .Phillips \ Mr. and Mrs. John Garrett'and
able to come home on Thursday tune Bill Dobbs.. parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Mon services at- the' ehurch. Our Captain?and Mrs. Steve Sullivan, of daughter Michele Mr. and Mrs Lon-
9.They also visited Mrs.Wilma wainwright Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly' and Clellan. : prayers are with them. i, ; "IIAI'o.ABh! ,fac Jbaw ,.1Ii" { luemwera faUwripay'
the same day Riverside thelr. iBter. Mrs. Sarah Halman, of Mr. and Mrs/Jack Walnwright of .MLand Mrs. James Bhllllps _re' week with their parents, Col. and dinner guests of-the Tegtons. They
;.' Hospital, Jacksonville '. *"[:'1o"jj- Key f.n-:*( i.bUtj'..risit.ad.their", .TallahiMee) spent the weekend w eras,biEthday JNIrY\he11tngf! .Mi7" Wt"4i., went. to the Cemetery... while hare.atvaU -
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-brother j -
Mrs. George Roller visited Tier ; Mt .Lr<< yAl j" 1IIiIa. r L H 3.> (8
relatives in Pearson, GA, and also attended Regency Oaks Nursing HonVe, ,
to business while there. Gainesville on Tuesday. They also
Henry Hodges and Buddy Smith,attended visited their sister-In-law. Mrs.
Stock Car Races in Jacksonville Thelma Kelly In Alachua &neralHospital :
on Saturday night. Gainesville on Tuesday.Mr. 4ALztAt4:4pcf
Mr. James Ellison, of Jacksonville Fred Moore and family, of
was a guest of Petty Officer 1st Class Homestead, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck
and Mrs. Jo Harris and Family on Moore and family of Hollywood, FL,
Saturday.Mr. spent the weekend with their mother,
and Mrs. Gene Howell,of Pompano Mrs. Fred Moore. They attended the
Beach, spent the weekend with J.H. Moore family reunion at the ,
their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. home of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish'on __ _
and Mrs. Earl Troxell.A Saturday, June 18 Others of the r
family reunion of the Bennett Fred Moore family attending were
Williams, and Thomas was heldSaturday Mrs. Ernestine Thomas, of Live Oak,
June 4 at the Donald Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casey and family,
Wilkinson Gospel Music Park. of Starke, Mrs. Ann Andrews, of BEAUTIFUL] TABLE BUY!
Although the weather was bad, they Wildwood, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy
had 75 to 80 turn out,and the food was Moore and Susan, of Jacksonville
delicious.Mr. Mrs. Gayle Todor. of Orange Park, The right tables add charm and grace to any decor. These tables are perfect for a country or :.
and Mrs. Stewart Lockhard and Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Moore. and colonial setting. Finished In glowing engraved pine finish,each piece constructed of woodproducts
spent the weekend with their son-in- family: and has curved wheat motif
a gently on
law and Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly and Mr. '
daughter : \
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each door Bonus In each add
storage areas piece
and of ;.; .
David sons
Wilkison Jr., and also) attended the and Mrs. Kelly ..
to the appeal of this table venal -
Reunion with them. Jacksonville, their son-in-law and super
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vanzant stopped daughter, Mr. and Mrs.John Torodeand ,. .
by to visit with their brother-in- son and daughter-in-law,Mr. and '10 ', ,
law and sister, Mr., and Mrs. Cecil Mrs. Donald Kelly, of Starke, attended : '
Hardee. the Hardee Reunion at Cliiefland .-" ", "
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch an on Sunday, June 19. Your
daughters Kristina Brantley, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brown and Choice
Karen Futch of Black Mountain, N.C. daughters visited relatives in '.' .i '
spent the weekend with their parents, Titusville and then went to Disney + \
Mr. and Mrs. Willlen Green. They World. Hex Commode or

celebrated their sixth wedding an- Mrs. Rebel Mciver of Ocala spent a Rectangular Cocktail
niversary on Saturday.June 10. They week with her sister Mrs. Wilma ,
returned on Sunday* but the Wainwright. Out of town visitors were ,
daughters will spend the summer Mr. and Mrs. Ira Starling, of McClenny : ":*'
with their grandparents.Miss Mrs. Edna Wainwright Louie :
Lynn Whaley and her sister ,Wainwright Jr., and daughter Tara.. ) ... I" -8995


I Farmers Have Great OpportunityBradford ''Similar to Photo '

County farmers have an acres may be best suited Tor perma- i

unparalleled opportunity this year to nent grasses, trees,. or wildlife
,Improve their soil and water conservation habitat. S- S ))
systems, says Jim Faulkner The 1983 PIK program offers
Chairman of the Bradford Soil andWater farmers a rare opportunity to balance
Conservation District. their short-term cash needs with their _
Under the Payment-In-Kind (PIK) ,longer conservation and productivity.
program and other acreage limitation goals said Faulkner.
programs, farmers in Bradford County For further Information on
assistance available to soil
are taking numerous acres out of prepare
production. That area of the county is and water conservation plans on your
) to the PIK program and now land contact the Bradford Soil and
farmers can put a great deal of soil Water Conservation District or the f
and water conservation on the Soil' Conservation Service office in Y
ground.of Starke 964-6280, ext 289. s
the erosive and less productive j
acreage will be taken out of
annual crop use and planted to sessTit / ,
grasses and legumes as cover crops. BRADFORD i I.
This has the potential for saving soil COUNTY TCLIORAPH ,
and .water resources as well as Published .very Thursday ,
building up natural fertility. I '
., 135 W. Call Street t
Faulkner said this is also a good tI
time for planning ways to fit no-till or ,Stark. Florida 32O91; r
other conservation tillage methods In- I I II
to the farm operation.On Second Class"postage paid at I
more erosive acres, permanent :Starke, Florida ..
conservation practices such as terraces DENMARK FURNITURE
grassed waterways, 'windbreaks 'SubKrlptlon.Rates;
and other enduring practices In-trade area: $10.00 per
year _
can be installed without interrupting l _
5.50 six months W. Can St. 'Fla. __
cash crop production. >434 Starke;
On the moat erosive or other '
marginal! land, farmers are en- Outside area: $11 per year 984-5826 ''Established in 1.923 9645827n'
couraged to discontinue use of those 6.00 six months

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Jane 23,1183 TELEGRAPH


I Takes Out Liability Insurance \,

A*1',873 general liability Insurance $30,000 to the city's premium, according ty '
policy covering Starke employeeswas to Commissioner Charles FwrEF'rL'i\11
taken out Tuesday night June 21, Schaefer. and
with the George Roberta Insurance At that point the city borrowed 1y"B :
Agency. 150,000 from the Florida Bank at
The policy covers city employees, Starke and went self-Insured. It is
such as firemen and policemen. Roberts' offer to cover city legal
Latest liability looses have been in employees is the first reasonable s
police car and utility truck premium to be offered since then. pointed o :.
but no losses have occured: aCCidental When Council members discovered quire If
year. elected officials are not covered elected
The new policy Includes a' $150 under the policy, they asked Roberts
deductible because the insurance to look Into the cost of coverage for
company does not want to do paper them., "The
work on small losses, said agent Most commissioners thought they
George Roberts. The council agreed. were insured under the bond requiredon fund
Premium for general liability went them. No, said city attorney Terry: ,
up to $60,000 a few years ago when amotorcyclist Brown, the bond only pays in case an Roberts w. .w. suaw 1MLIJa n
ran into official absconds with city money.! take it
truck with Its back end sticking out Into "It's a sad commentary, but in this use up 3.15 ounce 42 Ounce
the street. City Insurance was hit day and age all elected officials it was $ Exxon
for $30,000, and the next year the In- should have Insurance protection," ifi Fiesta Rinso Motor
surance company simply added the said Brown. Had he been suing the ci- fective Bar Soap Box Detergent Qt. Oil

391 Refreshing Fiesta Regularly 1.631 Super value on Regularly 94 To 991 Exxon extra
bar soap. Limit 4. laundry detergent. Limit 2. 10W30 or plus HD30.( Limit 5.
I Goals Set for County Students (from I

system; each school grades differently compliance with State Board Rules school
pointed out Bradford High English ((6A-6.5S 6A-C.66) and will be drama. :
instructor Julie.Miller. No denial of available to aU students, grades 1-12 12) A
that statement was forthcoming.In and under 19 who leave school before tion In
fact, School Board Member Judy high school graduation Job-related a
Becker pointed out school board vocational Instruction will be .
policy No. 5.04 (Page 98) calls for a, available to all persons In the district schools
uniform grading system. throughout the year. (233.008,eA- .70J Laws, Playtex 7c PaperLadies'
we should already be do- food'E Oxfords & Ballerinas
it'uBoa 8) Health education will be taughtto 13) 4BWBox
Tampons Plates
Ing d Chairman Rodney Hall' all students,K-12,as outlined in the will be and children's canvas
told Mrs. Miller. Hall suggested Minimum Grade Level Objectives 14) oxford tennis shoes. Ladies' Regularly 2.731 Regular or Regularly 1.09.1 100 count
holding workshops on the (233.067) and as stated In the Com- ed to Pair canvas ballerinas. super deodorant tampons. 9 inch paper plates.
The other 13 educational objectives prehensive Health Education Act of

adopted which are the same. as in 1973. Instruction in Nutrition Educa- visiting Up To 12!
"previous years, are: tion will be provided to students 1,4, work : / '
7, and 10-12. Cardio-Pulmonary and
velop will be Resusitation (CPR) will be taught to .
d edd in physical education to'be all 10-12 students as evidenced by the plan for
Implemented September, 1984. instructional program. SEaeb
5) Special education programs will 9) Safety education programs will 15) r a +
be provided to students as outlined in be provided K-12 for students to grams
the District Procedures for Providing demonstrate proficiency in' needs ..%
Special Education and In accordancewith knowledge of safety precautions
State and Federal regulations. necessary to prevent accidental In- mal
I) Each student will participate in a jury and personal harm. Florida Sets _
free enterprise and consumer educa- 10) Skills In lifetime and leisure Board _
tion program to include day to day time sports and other forms of recrea- .18) in bandeau
consumer activities of our society, tion will be developed through the vided or nautical ,
(233.064) as measured by the Instructional Physical Education Program as' stripes, '
of the schools, evidenced by the Instructional needs
program tone on tones. I' t + '
7) A comprehensive vocational of each school. rules '
education program will be offered In '11) Instructional programs at each teacher & s % ,rt

in crop top, ,, '
tie front or a '

I Commodity Distribution Restricted I stripes styles.and tone : } r '" '

Only persons classified as "needy: distributed or used to feed the needy. The Sizes SML.
Needy, according to the Community Council
will be eligible for free commodities
distributed"by the Community Food ft ,Food &: Nutrition Division, is definedas to any At All Family Dollar Stores Through This 309 South Walnut Street
Nutrition Division of the Suwannee the heads of households in possession follow While Quantities Last. Quantities Limited Starke Florida
River Economic Council under a new : of a card indicating they are food Merchandise. No Sales To Dealers. ,
federal law effective May 1. 'receiving Food Stamps AFDC, SSI,
Public (federal) Law 98-8 states or who are unemployed. law,
that commodities are to be This criteria fa effective for all are not
future distributions. Under the new surplus .. .
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Phone: 485-1344 loaded into and left Brooker In : tttrntaffrft
,the early morning June 11,arriving at _
3;'. Mann's To Celebrate Stone Mountain near Atlanta for a :
t 50 Golden Years cookout after which the group visited ,
Mr. and Mrs. A.I. "R atus" Mann various. attractions. 1
of Brooker will celebrate 50 years of The reviewed a specUtcular lazer ".
with house in their "
marriage an open show after dark with a closing climaxof
home Sunday afternoon, June 26.
1 Willie Nelson
singing "Georgia on
Friends are asked to call between .
the of My ( .
hours 3-5
p.m. "
for the, Lowell Douglas
=_. Hosts will and be hostesses the 10 children for the of occasion theMann's. residence in McDonald the group ,: WHEREAS, EDUCATION IS AN INVESTMENT IN HUMAN CAPITAL; AND V;.; ,
camped out and enjoyed a 12 hour .
CelebrationA'graup Six Flags over Georgia the

Birthday of friends gathered at the following early Monday day. the Leaving party the visited Lowells Cl- ';WHEREAS, AN EDUCATED PERSON ENJOYS A BROADER RANGE OF JOB ,::-.
home of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dyal's
set at
Ingman Domb Deep
last burger Saturday with all night the trimming to enjoy cookout a ham Creek (near Bryson City camp), and then OPPORTUNITIES. AND. LEADS. A MORE STIMULATING' LIFE; AND ."" 4'

honoring Bobby on his birthday. loaded up for a trip into Gatllnburffor 4' \
Mrs.. dinner. They also took a trip on a .,.
,Those attending were Mr. and '
a.d Jerome Kelly and children, Winston* sky Tuesday lift before the returning girls and to chaperones camp. ,. WHEREAS. ;THE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC PROGRESS OF THE COMMUNITY is t
Verdene: and Dion Kelly, Doris Kelly.Mr. .
down the
.,and Mrs. Hugh Crosby and son, enjoyed a day of rafting DETERMINED "
all of Brooker, Mr. and Mrs Charles river, by a camp '
Kelly and Mr.and Mrs Johnny Butler cookout. Breaking camp early
Wednesday, the troop headed for
all of the Gainesville area.
I Atlanta and a tour of the International : ; .
New Arrival and visit in a plane
Airport sighBeeing
Mr. and Mrs. LonnIe Tetstone announces .were a must before retiring for the EDUCATION. ITS STUDENTS; AND '
the birth of their first grandchild .i '. ""'i
'night. I,, ''!"
at Shands Hospital in Leaving early Thursday the group ,

McRae Gainesville June to 19.daughter Crystal Louise Helen weighed Ann- enjoyed the Playground stop In General Cleveland Hospital, GA.' at toobBel'Ve WHEREAS, f. SOUND EDUCATIONAL'SYSTEM DEPENDS ON EMPLOYEES WHO

: in at 8 Ibs. 14'ox. Mother,and ;
,the ,of the doll '
daughter. are doing One.. hospital and procedures witness the birth of a ARE, QUALIFIED. DEDICATED, AND WILLING TO WORK TOGETHER' ;

\ dome in the Cabbagepatch delivery I ,
Girl Scouts Travel room.'The new doll, a boy, was officially u
,' The Brooker Girl Scouts Troop 31 named Scott Christopher by NOW THEREFORE WE THE BRADFORD COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
.returned home last Thursday after the group and the official papers were ,

1,200 mites of travels and campout.In signed and witnessed by the members 'RECOGNIZE AND COMMEND THE ADMINISTRATORS, TEACHERS, PARA-PROFESSIONALS,
:;,:rtheTenneseep:;' : Mountains .of,the troop; -
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other athletes during the week..The
Dolores Meng
athletes, Including Bruce .' '
prominent !
-Mrs,Wllma Jean Terry attended the Lectures were conducted on sub.
such alcohol and drug abuse ,4! "
!V American Legion Auxiliary Conven- jects as ; '
tkm,held in Tampa from June 2 to 8, One of the highlights of the trip was HUNDRED'A
;i/4 Mrs. Terry served as a delegate hiking..and climbing the. 4,200 foot: SIGNED THIS 6TJ4 DAY OF JUNE IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD; NINETEEN

y,: .representative ,of, the Keystone mountain In.the Blue Ridge Range.' D" IGHTY-THREE: '>I.;'''. ; .
Heighta-MelrosB 209 Unit at the Con. Va.llon' It' 'j '.' .
\>.rvenSon held at the Mariott Convention Mrs.:Clarice Adklns spent last weekin WI ''I" .Il: r" = rr ,
: Center.Enrout home she,visited I Jacksonville with her daughter anti s \ .
son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith., .. ',' '
'V; Gardens. '.' '!: ; J '
:.: 'Cypress'On June 8, Mrs:Terry was.Installed, On 'rhursley.they visited friends In' .,. ". .r,''J." ":' ,...t.. ,. .. ,. .t" ._ ..,..... > ...
"' second vice-president of the Keystone Melbourne i 't' t',..kr; 1 "
,: Heights-Melrose 202 Unit I. the' ,Eugene: Chris, David.: J Tina ':;and .' IU".. ,' a.1'"
weekend with 'f) ,4. 'r-
American Legion Auxiliary. Installation Carrie Meng spent the .' I
.. 'Madonna and "" >1.)' .. ,1- '
ceremonies were held at>the' f their ai Gilbert '{ '.' c.
1 American ..Legion .Hall In KeystonewKss Karen at Atlantic Beach. '.. \,
Vicki Lefebvr of Gainesville and
;; ', Terry;; was' Installed:; .John Lefebvre. of:Pensacola,visited \ '" ', "J Y ,.
i, ;of ,the .,Keystone, their grandmother ,Viola Lefebvre i le+ wYlC
U ts- elrose'202'\ Unit of the. and the spending family on Sunday. \ '* .! & MEMBER ; ,1, .
.American Legion on June a.j' John is several.weeks with
his relatives her.' ) 'fM ( '
Attends Camp"Stephswt ', '
: :
: Spell, a 1983 BradfOrd High! Home From Nashville fri J E* yfi//' .. ;,. ,;,, :'
Wadaworth returned, home .
:,, attended JFellowabip'' Jody H istfT i i-aw t f
Grsduate .
'<1 '." '
.,".Cbrisitian;,Athletes Camp held ,ta following:,two delightful weeks in C A MAN pfa BER ; ., .
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North Carolina from June 19 1 to !M. NashvUM. He was the guest of Shot r 'r; ,

hove and Wesfey; .Thomas athletes 'who Joined perQcteated a'- Jackson there. He and attended met many a banquet musical at stars UM,' ,." ,. ... ... ,' ;" "'., '

group of la seine ttMI WO VeJ'am., Hall of Fame and visited behind stage. .. ..... "H' ;" .. -

: They enjoyed swimming; football; of the Grand Old Opry.

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LEVY MARION Unique Wedding Ceremony \\ AIn

181 Performed County Jail IE "

CITRUS LAKI entanglement and untanglement of 4I'AIII

1:1818 ., \'' 7. the Intricacies it was announced thatMr
James Kickliter and Miss Myrtle
t2210 $ Hackett had succeeded in locating the
'* spider and were accordingly awarded

ItERNANDO 1l00ti ".i1 Social items today are.more or 1 less first prize. building under the awning, a few
127 Gainesville Sun stereotyped and lack the color and "Music, cards, and dancing were steps from the gallows erected for the
,' Imagination that often prevaded features of the evening, during which "Black Kid" some three years: ago,
write-ups of"soirees," afternoon teas the hostess and honor guest had am- used to stand.
and other high society events of a ple opportunity display their enter-
: .: bygone era. taining qualities, and never were
Growth Will Demand : hostesses more charming,.or more Sugar Boilings,
For Instance, there was the unique delightful,carrying to their guests !the Great Fun For All
"Cobweb Party" given by Mrs. J.M. Inspiration of perfect ease and grace
Health ServicesWith (Lucia) Alvarez, wife of the founder which characterized the entire even- Not all of the entertaining In the old
Expanded of the men's clothing store that was a ing. Light refreshments were served, days was as elaborate as the "cob
fixture on Call Street for half a cen- consisting of lemonade, grape acid, web party," however. Even the hum
tury. and cake." ble but fun-filled cane grindings were
an percent growth projectedfor Bradford County is currently in position The social writer of The Florida AdV Unusual Ceremony grist for the mills of the social!writersof
Bradford County by the end of this to strengthen its health care vocate another Starke weekly Performed in Jail those days.Hi-jenks were the order
decade the county and its facilities and improve its doctorcitizenratio newspaper printed here around the of the day at these affairs,as described
Then there was an event of In this account from a December
need to get their housesin which is now in the lower third of turn of the century, gave this glowing
municipalities account of an event that had all "peculiar Interest" that took place In 1890 Issue."Tuesday'.
order to cope with the expected influxof the 12 area counties named above. Not Walnut Street buzzing with anticipation the county Jail In April 1908 when A.L. night a large party of
new citizens. only are plans for a new building, in July, 1898. Hunter and Miss Sallie Mixson were young and wended their way
is costing in excess of $6 million, ready togo '"The Cobweb party given by Mrs. united In the bonds of wedlock. out to Mr. Risings beautiful place for
Florida's projected growth even as soon as final details of the bond J.M. Alvarez, complimenting her As recounted by the Telegraph the purpose of "sweetening up."

more dramatic with an expected in- issue are worked out, but the community cousin. Miss Callahan, of Mon- reporter: Several of the ladies went out In the
crease of 47 percent by the year 2,000. to has also been successful In obtaining tgomery, Ala., last Friday evening 'Both bride and groom had been afternoon and were treated to juice,
a population close to 15 million, makingit commitments from two new doctors was one of the most novel and recher- confined to jail for about a week for on sugar; and "lick-urn."The rest came
the 4th largest state in the nation.Of che' (means "studied refinement or. charges preferred against them after dark and found the place lit up
who wish to here to practice fami- In at Lake Butler.
come elegance) affairs of the season. living adultery by bonfires and the huge packinghouse
great significance in this projec- ly medicine. These doctors have visited They were arrested by Deputy J.W. cleared for and big
dancing a
"Threads of different hues, with
Andrews. and Incarcerated in jailIn
tion is the large increase expected in the the community and were favorably Im- cob attached to one end and a spider default of bond."Hunler'alormer. fire in the chimney.

percentage of "senior citizens" in the pressed with what they found. They to the other, were strung all over the '"They stayed until nearly morning,
coming years. More than 17 percent of plan to open their practices here this house and everything in it,and wound wife, from whom then took their departure, wishing
he but not divorced
had been
the state's population is now over 65 summer, and be associated with Brad- about and twisted in the most In- had of separated late been,living a short- these kind people all sorts of good
of than 19 percent will medical staff if tricate manner. The object being for luck, and to John a good wife.
yeats age; more ford Hospital approvedby each young man, assisted by a young distance southeast of Starke.She died ,
be 65 or over by 1990; and more than 20 the Hospital Board of Trustees. : l I lady, drawn by lot, to begin with the ,last week and was buried the same "A few accidents occured. Mr.
percent after that. cob endiof the thread and. by follow9nglt day,There was nothing now to hinder
N.W. Hackett
fortunate > : ran over a pine treewtrwnowtniroes"
Intbifriwe-bav.e more
beet > rhroufJTJOl JU.ml.tyVfltfSa fa'1 the marriage ofthe parties and. .
It is ajtac.tlof Ufe-thattthis steady inhigherleve hal1' Columbia CountyNvhich'has been *+ It.J 1 fcigh-thefime1 between the'tun rSl 11'".I about ', *
windings, fief the spider attached to buggy,and all had One
: .wd trying lor..t.h.ree..years to lure new doctors the other-.end; .and concealed f dirpea and the wedding bells. were moue h aaeam
saof'ca"minnun1tjr er'vqtce: without success. '*l:.':.w"w,,'* oni o in 9 9 womWI\odt or.dllbfpremitL l t""J '....18'.I'. r}d ftmthceshacpthejutaougiitfit+ / to throwi...,rvn" --Wlta yqwig aYl1nJ-.o".he'toUld'nUt"'r lady got el up.'..... ,.
I ,..... .... to fo
d "I"I tl+ :01: 1I! convention to the winds and link their
in the field of health care <<,tlr Wj.tb'l&\li five minutes
especially time in the 1960fswhen: a : hty' and she came near having
There was a *>rt; | destinies there and then.
facilities, and necessitate higher ratioof ., p igei'ii bP rtnsene&8\ of lockjaw.One young gentlemen got
doctors reluctant to start
doctors to the number of people in the were practice es e6pon the apparently hopelesstask "The ceremony took place Just outside some. of the stickiest kisses be ever
in smaller communities, but the trend is set them,and after considerableI the north entrance of the jail :ad.
area. changing. More and more physicianshave

A study by the Gainesville Sun in- come to realize that rural com- I

dicates that Bradford County, at the munities are a pleasant place to live anda

present time, is ill prepared to render good place to set up both a home and a

the adequate health care that will be practice.In County Agent's Notebook -. by Bobby L.Taylor ." I

needed by our growing population in the spite of this changing trend, some Bradford County Agent

coming years.In communities, including the nearby
fact, Bradford County ranks 9th town of Melrose are currently withoutthe have had several calls within the past degree you raise the thermostat, you can oscillating fans.However,if you cannot afford
from the top in the doctor/citizen ratio services of a physician. The only few weeks concerning poor' fruit setting save 5 to 8 percent of your cooling cost. a ceiling fan, you can still save by using
and bosom fruit trees and Fans use no than
drop on some more electricity most
an oscillating fan with without the
among the 12 counties in our immediatearea. doctor there took down his shingle several vegetables. lightbulbe.Deslreable. air conditioner. or
It has been designated by the several months ago and moved out of The plants of squash cucumbertomatoes features to look for In a cell When shopping for a ceiling fan check
North Central Florida Health Planning the state. and okra appeared to be In goofcondition ing fan include: a heavy-duty induction the cubic feet per minute CFM rating for
Council as one of the counties in this despite the fruit set problem. motor; thrust ball-bearing construction; the correct capacity fan for the size of
"medical Starke has been fortunate over. the There are several reasons or conditionsfor and leak-proof, >circulating oil-bath room in which it Is to be Installed. -
district classified as "a man- years, and though doctors have been in this problem.Some of the cultural problems ',lubr,cation. Before you .buy a fan. measure the
power shortage area. short supply at times, the dearth. of doc- can be too much) or too little fertilizer Also\ check the specifications to see if room's length and width' and multiply
Bradford is shown as having a ratio of tors has never become an emergencyhere. or moisture, poor soil conditions orcompetition television the ,motor will interfere with radio or these to find the area In square feet. In
from Insects, disease or reception and ask about the type
one doctor to each 4,196 citizens. It is The patient/citizen ratio' could weeds. of warranty offered. general capacity,you for will each need about S5 foot CFM of of room ton

outranked in doctors Alachua, which deteriorate further, however, with an 18 Climate and weather can also play an Ceiling fans will cool your borne better area. Most dealers will square have charts to help
has one doctor to each 1,701; Levy, one percent growth rate predicted for the important role. Cooler than normal nighttime and.more. efficiently than floor or table you choose the right size fan. .

doctor to each 2,547; Union, one doctorto rest of this decade unless additional stop setting temperatures fruit or can bloom cause even the though plants the to

each 2,566; Hamilton, one doctor to doctors come into the area. plant does not appear to be affected. Ex-

each 3,130; Columbia, one doctor to Also to be considered is the fact that cessive rain after dry conditions many Forestry in Bradford County
each 3,184; Marion, one doctor to each an estimated one-third of the patient times will cause the plant to want to grow : I
2,261; Suwannee, one doctor to each rather than bloom or fruit. ,By David W.Norton
load that could be coming to Bradford This spring being wetter and cooler than
and Dixie doctor to each
3,634; one Institutions in
Hospital is now going to normal has caused problems throughoutour
3,810. Only Lafayette, Gilchrist, and other cities: With the coming of the ex- area. With normal weather conditions, The cool,wet weather In much of Florida disease, or an environmental stress..
Putnam are shown as having few doc- panded new' hospital plant and we should see a big Improvement In fruit this year was made to order for the Foresters, nurserymen and other tree
tors per number of citizens.In set on our vegetables development of leaf disease In common experts should be consulted unless you
facilities it is reasonable to expect that I don't expect any improvement 'in fruit shade trees are confident of your identification.
Columbia County, which has a bet- more and more patients will want to re- set on our fruit trees, however.. Most For instance, oak trees are susceptible One final note, there .Is still space
ter doctor/citizen ratio than Bradford, main at home for their health care species of fruit trees have only one bloom to something called oak leaf blister,which available if you are Interested In attending
it was reported that an average of nine- needs This, in turn will create the need period and if pollination and fruit set does causes noticeable spots and may cause the the Environmental Summer Camp. Con
teen out of every 1,000 babies born die for additional doctors including not occur then, we have a.year of very little leaves to drop. Dogwoods suffer from a tact my office for Information and an application -
; brochure.
or no fruit. : type of leaf disease called spot anthrac- ,
annually, compared to the state specialists.. I'll be happy to discuss your problemsand no e. These diseases are more of a I
average of 13.3 infant deaths per 1,000. Bradford Hospital now stands at an try to determine whether it Is cultural nuisance than a threat to the life of the KLPOA Members '
The high infant mortality rate was at- the or naturaL it is cultural then you may tree. The causes of the problem are fungi
tributed by the Health Planning Councilto important crossroad. We have op- be able to save It and have some production which thrive In moist conditions.
portunity to meet the needs of our grow this year. .. Oak leaf blister Is the most common leaf To Hear Capt Lancaster
the lack of adequate medical ing service area if we '"accept. the Speaking of the weather,wears now into disease of oaks.Live oaks,water oaks,and
coverage. challenge summer land will be facing those high laurel oaks all seem particularly susceptible At June '24
energy costs of air conditioning. the but.all kinds of. oaks can get the Supper
,air conditioning accounts for disease "
average,; Herbert R
about 36 percent of all the energy costs in Oak leaf blister may not be noticed until dent of the: Hlldreth was elected presi
Keep Busy and Live Longer Florida. However, you can cut your air a great many leaves are attacked. Close OWnel'll' Aaaoclatron'Klngsley Lake Property
1 fans at the monthly
'y conditioning costs by using wisely. examination will show dead spots or meeting In the Civic
Here are somepoints that,might help blisters perhaps half an Inch In diameter'' Other officer Center this June 11.

A recent Social Security student found that men who keep working after you "Keep your Cool" wherr ,the with grey-colored areas in the middle. CtortaiAgin,vice elected-ixesident at ;Jean time Peters.were.

age 62 tend to live longer than those who yield to the temptation of takinglute temperature Fans save energy soars. and money by allow. There In the may dogwood be several tree spots, spot on anthracnose each leaf. Members treasurer elected and Ann. Hill, secretary dfrictorsn New'

east by retiring at 62. ing you to raise the thermostat setting produces small spots that may be were Cleo and to the board of
who without loss of comfort. For every brownish-purple on the edges and Dwight Elder ti Elizabeth!! .
non-disabled workers a .
The study was based on the records of 64,382 Noegel, and Charles Agn.!
yellowish-gray In the center. The center
became eligible for Social Security in the decade between 1962 and 72. also may drop out of the spot and leave Members the ciaU Among men who filed for retirement benefits at age 62, only 82 percent'. -- small holes in leaves. Flowers on infected 'covered:30 supper. at the Civic Center at
were alive six years later, as compared with 86 percent among those- who trees often are stunted and infected buds p.m.walk.'J'Friday, June 14 foQQwed.bv.a'calte : '

continued working after 62. may fail to develop.If Capt. &'Ott tane '
( hardwoods in your forest have leaf aitirt of the OIay CwmjDepartment
In this same only 42 percent of the early male retirees were disease, no treatment' Is recommended.But ty new Sheriffs law will dfecues the
compared;; those"who on work- if valuable shade tree Is Involved, enforcement 'policies In Ole
still alive at 78, with 51 percent among kept you may want to treat It with.a suitable. .Kingsley take art .t this tine' ."'"(1)';

Ing after age 62. ,spray if for no reason other than to reduce !J' '.
Keep your shop and your shop will keep'you," was advice SOS -IN* traditional nil for the carryover infection next spring. +
Americans some 200 years ago by Benjamin Fray. If'the ,, help from Mp/ In dittrttt/ But don't automatically.. eme that any 40
given like this *- dot not seta. Y stand foil leaf spots are caused by leaf Instead -
still around today he might add something : ; climate
venerable Ben was .' anytMno.t| vm chosen !be' you could be seeing a of.
after 62 if you'd like to stick around till you're 82.. .. be .,
"Keep your shop eauM it. couM easily something far more threatening to tImIre
'. slot as a wireless mneeoa.f' such as a nutritional condition a root ?FIsb have a ken' MAM of? ,
poor besting

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I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell Celebrate 30th Anniversary Otfil v :- I

Mr. and Mrs.John F. Mitchell were table. The Social Side '

complimented at a reception Sunday J
afternoon, June 19, on their 30th wed-
ding anniversary given by their The guests of honor were presentedgifts
children Cindy and Jim Hardee of y ., of diamond Jewelry by their Gladys Mooty {j f TheSociety
Leesburg and Debbie and Chuck Coty children representing their "Dia-
M Tampa. Hosts also included Mrs. mond Anniversary." Editor,
Ellen Mitchell '
of Waycrosa Mm.

and,Anne Mrs.J Gay at hevhome of Mr.the Approximately 150 guests were invited 96+.7608 News

latter In Green Acres. to call between the hours 2 and 4
; Attractive arrangements of sum- p.m.'
):nor flowers were used to advantage ,
in highlighting points of interest In the

party rooms. r"f .,..,.....,L.., .w.. ........".. .,..... ..... '..,,, .,,, Ross of Raiford. .
Standing In the receiving line In the / The wedding will take place on
foyer were Mr. and Mrs. Gissy and .r Saturday July 9, at 4 p.m.. at the
the honored couple. : First United Methodist Church of
: The refreshment table in the dining Ii Montford Starke.,All friends and relatives are
a e Cindy ,
room was centered with an arrange- t invited.
anent of multicolored summer flowers : ,' Johnny ROM Miss Montford Is a 1976 graduate of
with daisies and carnations i To Wed 9 Key West High School, and a 1980
redomlnaUn,. At one end of the July graduate of Florida Southern College
table there was a tiered colonade _' where she received a B.S. degree in
cake decorated with red roses and 1' Business Management. She Is currently
topped with the figure"30." ( employed by the United States
; utting the cake were Mrs. Karen :t.; cjO.t "'.\.... .J Government at Hill Air Force Base
Johnson and Mrs. ,Ann Holland. if t ,,;. "' Ogden Utah. She holds the position ofFreight

Presiding at the silver punch bowl r : Rate Assistant in the
were Mrs. Kenneth Grider and Mrs. :yam ,rifyYr} r i Transportation Department.The .
Brenda Gissy, Mrs. Cindy Merrileesassisted. i ft :". groom to be is a 1V74 graduateof
Silver trays held confections Union County High School and a
nuts and mints. "" 1978 graduate of Lake City Community
In the large porch was a refreshment f "' ,! :"" College. Mr. Rosa is presently a
table covered with an Ar- \ =t .. .. .. ... Sergeant In the United States Air
tny/Navy cloth: and centered with an 4 ; Force, assigned to the 1881st Communications -
arrangement of yellow and white Cindy Ann Montford Mr.and Mrs. Henry B. Montford,of Squadron at Hill Air
daisies. Punch nuts, mints and confections .i. Johnny Rose Starke, announce the engagementand Force Base.
were also served at this mr. ana Mrs, John F. Mitchell approaching marriage of their After a honeymoon and vacation in
daughter Cindy Ann, to Johnny Allen Florida the couple will reside In Roy
Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Utah.

I :Dr. Florence; Jennings ,. Mrs. Grace Ritch Honored Upon Retirement I II

Two long-time employees of the whatever extent was necessary 'to grams In Bradford County and she because "everyone in the school on getting her apartment furnished
Bradford County school system help a child," says her duty very system has one set of low test scores. the way she wants. She likes
retired recently and were honored at go far beyond the requirements of a satisfactorily" says Casey "She Maybe they didn't feel well that day scandesign furniture which are functional -
a dinner given last Thursday at the school psychologist" always knew the Individual student maybe they had to wear a blue shirt Scandinavian pieces made of
school board office. Dr. "Flossie" Jennings worked for and their home and school conditions."In and they wanted to wear a red shirt," teak wood. But the apartment will by
: Dr. Florence Jennings, Bradford the Bradford County School system all the years she has served the says Dr. Jennings.One no means be the extent of her involve
County school psychologist, and Mrs. for 30.1 years. The first 19 years she county I have never had a parent low set of test scores doesn't ment. Among other things she plans
Grace Hitch payroll officer for the I spent working part-time as a Juvenile contest her decision regarding the mean that a child needs special to Join a fitness center.
Bradford County school system are court counselor and working part. placement of a child to the extent of education and if a child has been doIng Dr. Jennings has been a'pink lady
both recent retirees. time for the school system. taking It to a hearing. I have never well for several years and then at Alachua General Hospital for some *
Mrs. Hitch has worked for the "I like children." says Dr. Jennings been in a courtroom: due to one of her suddenly begins to do poorly then time. While she worked she could only 0
school system for about 34 years and ,"I used to run a nursery school. I decisions" he says. something else must be wrong says donate weekends to the hospital, 1
in the words of Superintendent Tom get along with them." It Is no mere coincidence that Dr. Dr. Jennings. but now she will have more time to ,J
Casey, "She has dedicated her adult During her years as a Juvenile court Jennings has never been to court over There is no need for a child to be volunteer. I love Alachua General. .
life to the payroll department of !the counselor Dr. Jennings once found a one of her decisions. "I've been labeled as a special education case I've been a pink lady a long time and
school system and has done this In an baby crawling across 301. The child careful" she says, "and I've been and have that affect the rest of his you meet the most Interesting people.
outstanding manner." I. i had been left alone and "there were very unpopular at times" but to Dr. life, if something else can be done to Dr.Jennings worked In the gift shop
Mrs. Ritch "moved from a status no foster homes then, 1 had to beat on Jennings the child is more importantthan help at first, but has since then become 1
where all the checka were hand written 0r. Florence Jennings doors to find someone to take care of popularity.Dr. "It's been Interesting and I'll miss more Involved. The people there are 2
and records were kept with ad- year audit from the state auditor," the kid" until the courts could deal Jennings' Job Includes "a little the kids and the people around here, like a big family she says.; "It's a big :3
ding machines to a place where most- says Casey, "and the payroll department with him says Dr. Jennings.She of everything but primarily,my job Is but" I will not miss having to write all happy fun place to be." t
of the work Is done by .computers" did not receive any criticism, was also In charge of the pro- to, evaluate children and keep the the reports.. I don't type" says Dr. Friends and co-workers of both
says Casey. This indicates quality work." blem of delinquents and she took care county records on every child In the Jennings.Dr. Mrs. Ritch and Dr.Jennings gatheredat
: when her work got more complicated Dr. Florence Jennings also retired of that one so well that "they had to school system.The files are a tremen- Jennings may be retiring but the school board office for a lun- 1
on Its way to becoming more after about 30 years of service to the get more desks for the school" she dous help because when someone she doesn't intend to sit around the cheon complete with white
efficient Mrs. Ritch coped with. it Bradford County school system. She says. refers a child I can immediately see house. She Is moving to Gainesville tablecloths and bouquets last Thurs- I
Well Supt Casey says. was the school psychologist. Dr. Jennings Is now "in charge of what they've been doing" she says. where she has two sisters and lots of day where they bid their farewells to \
"I have recently received our two- Dr.,Jennings."would always go to placement of students In special pro- The files are especially! helpful friends.For now,she is concentrating the two. J

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, J trammie 4I1.nI01111, Johnson'a r-IJIJloJI1U61J11..lllI&ld, d'ad.: ':::'!!'l9.P' 'dar r P"II"i ..,'r'rrfr'r, ry' ,> 'tiI IIHL... r'. 3 itt! 1", ', I q.m..II- : Ceremony.. : _YI I.. ... I. CRekT\\lG\\ fr 1 Rtei It i I

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I Tammie Elaine Johnson,.daughter- '- ltcl'cha length train'N femo ate*+tree*-we e placed along &lewd" .<.7.97 t121ll rr Ir N -
'Of Mr. and Mrs. Winslow R. Johnson a sion thatborder was :mJl!:! i uo' Mrs.. Glaca Collins cut the cake
o&Mr. of lace. She ca rid i s'of Mrt. ughestpndMda2 it'the'i
'and David Steven Woodard son H
and Mrs. David E. Woodard, all silk pink, blue and white roses wil nababy's 1I W1.Mrs. O'Stsen directed the I
of Starke, were united in marriage breath and lace streamers. wedding and also assisted in serving
Friday June 3,-at : In the Pj4'irl A reception was also held at the along with Mrs. Johnnie Johnson.
home of Mr. and 7:30I.m. in O'Steen home where the guests were Following a wedding trip to St.
Starke with Rev. Bill Lovelly perfor- greeted at the door by Mrs. Jerry Augustine Beach the couple is
ming the nuptials. Dampler. Mrs. Lee Anne Dampier residing at Rt. 3, Box 1689 Starke
Potted plants were used at points of kept the bride's book. (Griffis Loop). .
interest in the reception rooms and The bride's table was covered witha The bride Is a 1979 graduate of
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the couple repeated their vows beforean lace cloth over white satin and was Bradford High School and Is fs slily
archway entwined with .ivy and centered with an arrangement of 1m- employed at TG&Y In Starke. The -. ,>> '
centered with two bells. patients. A three tier wedding cake groom Is a 1978 graduate of Bradford
Miss Barbara Smith, organist and was placed at one end of the table and Vocational Technical Center and is
Mrs. Dianne Hughes soloist pink punch in a crystal bowl at the employed by Gary Massey ChevroletIn
other end of the table.Two indoor Gainesville
presented a program of nuptial( pot- Wedding

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1 .'Graduation For Billy,Then Party l Q SATURDAY Invitations Designed by

.. .Billy Then was honored at a family' : & You or Us

,dinner Friday night, June 10,:at <. ;''UME 25Th'Q'.7
Western Steer Steak Housetpreceding <
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graduation at BradfordHigh aMr ,

After graduation a party was beldlor .'and Mrs, David ;
him at the home of his grandmother Jerry Hulsey served
Mrs. Ann Wlngate'at her Brenda Hulsey
home on Edward's Loop given by hisparents of honor. She wore a BridalBooks
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W.Tison. gown with fitted waist
accordian pleats, qiana .
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A red and white theme was carriedout boat neckline and \ ByHallmark
in the decorations including arrangements She wore baby's
of flowers and red and and carried a bouquet ,
white tablecloth on the dinning room white silk spring
table. At one end of the table was a breath in a white
crystal punch bowl and plates held lace streamers.
bora d'oeuven. On the buffet was a' Given in marriage by ;
cake decorated with graduation cap Johnnie Johnson, the rly1th'a '
'.nd diploma In the class colors. white satin gown with
: Assisting in serving were Billy's hart long lace sleeves i n\\feS

'aunts. Mrs. Kenneth Grider Mrs. empire lace waist GF < No.l opMpcE.DFP6\\\oN5 .
Robert Underbill and Mrs. Cheryl border of lace at the ..{ : ; cckeeigne ,
Haggerty! of Lakeland and Miss! length skirt A satin .i' : .
Vickie Thomas. i Chomp
Out-of-town guests were' Mrs. s 'CE tRh.\ :

Cheryl Haggerty and children and t ...., ': G\cisses
Rachel and Larry of Lakeland .. ',
Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Luglbih and ,.. I" pccessodgsA11
daughter Mary of Georgetown. :, 5'PG"r' ,
Thou i la .presently ,employed.at Y \...- .
McDonalds. He has Joined the MarineCorps :
and will report for dirty'!Uj; .

November at Parris Island,, N.C..' 1 J'_,e7T2l .. I' Y; e M r -

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,_ The Women of St Mark'met In the : : G'ST&R FoR A ,F *E'VRAWIN', OF 100's of Gifts

pariah House on Tuesday June 14 TCO *KIT' ;< SHIRT .
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where Mrs' Flossle Prescott..chairman : ,', .
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.. presentedtb sand '"'! the '. I, \ : '

prayer ervtce'.a-. :...:..Thomaa ., c MN IDNS1qvS Bride : '
president Mra. IBrb"'& .e? a S P&i i f IJ 'i,
'conducted tM business meeting and ., of .\ ; "
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also the study program entitled .. \. \t""s."e, >> S. .. ..o-.), :
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publication 01 the Advent cl'I .. .. / ., ::.
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-Engagements- Engaged Couple Honored at Party Methodist Groups Have '

Miss Cathy Shine and Robert Harris The hors d'oeuver table In the dinning around the pool and on the deck dur
whose' marriage will be an eventof room was covered with an Imported ing the evening, Parties Before Summer BreakThe
July 16, were honored at a cocktail Swiss cutwork cloth centered Helium balloons war arranged
party Saturday night at the home of with an arrangement of roses In a floating from the pool with "Con*
Mr.and Mrs.Robert Autry in Country crystal rose bowl. Crystal glass and ft'Sh00"* Cathy and Robert." the First Minnie Coos presented a program on
Club Estates. china appointments were used. Arrangements Lighted candles were also used seven groups of "Time." Refreshments were served
of around the I United Methodist Women held apar'tlng to the meeting. '
daisies in baskets and pool and deck prior
sa area.
ar Co-hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Steve at their last
roses highlighted points of Interest in The hosts presented the honored lunch or dinner Nolla Middleton Group Three held a
Denmark Byron Terwillegar and Mr. the party rooms. couple with a banslt Wine Carafe meeting until September luncheon Tuesday June 14 at the
and Mrs. Scott Whitehead. memento of the occasion Eva Blair Group One had a covered home of Mrs. Olin White. dining
Outof-town dish luncheon June 14 at the home of table was set up on the screened patio
Greeting guests at the door were guests were Mr. and
$ Mrs. Whitehead. Cocktails were served from a bar Mrs. Joe O'Connell of Jacksonville Mrs Jerome Johns on Crystal Lake. and In the dining room the table was
Mrs. Autry entertained guests by the set up on the deck overlooking the and Mr. and Mra Jason Outlet, III 01. After a short business meeting and covered with Army/Navy'cloth
I pool. swimming pool. Guesta mingled Gainesville program by Louise Stern the eight attending over red and red lace trimmed linen
; bad luncheon in the dining napkins were used. Centerpieceswere

-. .- I room where an arrangement of silk > rotes and gardenias .at both
t flowers in a brass container centeredthe tables. .

Social Shorts decorated the refreshment area.Party dining table. Hazel Matthews Group Four had a
The Drew Reddish'sHost refreshments were served. Kate Struth Group Two met at the covered dial salad luncheon June 14

Moore Reunion ; Among the 15 attending between the home of Mrs.Jewell Roberta June 14, at the home of Mrs.J.T.Carmer.Cin
BHS' Graduate hours 7 and 9 p.m. was thebrideelect's where Evelyn Womack dy Futch presided over the meetingand
Approximately BO descendants attended mother, Mrs. Hiram the business! meeting andThe Laurie Contl had the program. 11
Party Honorees J.H. Moore family reunion Chappell, the prospective groom's attended. J;

Kathleen DeLinda GiUingham and Saturday and covered dish dlnnen at mother Mrs.Leon. Dicandio and Mrs, Rosty Manns Blanche Williams Group Five had a
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Drew Red-
Karen Burchette John Wesley Bennett were honored dish in Green Acres. Jerry Crockrell. Dutch treat dinner Tuesday'night,

Robert Turner with a graduation party June 10 at the Mrs. Mamie Lou Edwards of Starke' .'. Celebrate, 50th June 14,at Western Steer Steak. house
Starke Golf and Club Immediately with nine attending.
Country and David Moore of "
Karen Burchtt, ) following the graduation the Jacksonville are Sunday,.June ?6 Beth Strickland Group Six bad a
only two children living who were On June Miss .
Chappell was liven a Dutch treat dinner Tuesday night
ceremonies by their parents Linda
Robert B. TurnerEngagement and Keith GiUingham and Betty and among those attending. bridal shower by Mrs. Edward Odomat Mr. and Mrs. A.I. (Rasty) Mann June 14, at Cedar River Seafood l
ToldMr. David Bennett. her home in Jacksonville. will celebrate their 50th wedding an- Restaurant In Gainesville with seven

and Mrs. William A. Burchetteof The tables surrounding the dance KL Baptist Church Among the 10 guests was the bride.elect's niversary Sunday,June 26 at a reception attending. l\'
Gainesville announce the floor were covered In red and white Hosts mother and grandmother., at their home In Brooker from 3 Katie WaInwright Group Seven'are
ment of their daughter Karen engage-Lyn to cloths and featured red, gray and MissionarySunday Mrs. Ancll Odom of Jacksonville. lei 5 p.m. planning on a cookout later in the
Robert Brantley Turner ton of white hellium balloon arrangementtied night June 5. Kingsley'' The hostesses presented the All friends and relatives are invited summer<< far their final outing.
Lake Baptist Church had a special honoree with a wicker hamper as a to attend.
Robert V. Turner of Belleglade and to a diploma. The hors d'oeuvers :
memento of the
Janet Turner of Starke. table featured a red and white centerpiece "commitment" service for Sherra Thin gravy can be thickened

The wedding ia planned for August with, coordinating hellium Mott a "summer" missionary serving ... I Lu. 1lck; : ,, with Instant potato flakes
D. balloons and'a silver punch bowl. Red Gold Beach Oregon. instead of flour. '
graduation silhouettes were hung She is being sponsored by the Baptist James { I BtAUfrSue.UBrian
from the ceiling over the dance floor Student Union of William Carey On June 11 Miss ChappeD and Mr. (Nvl1&Iou' To VlsiiCR.QKriVir } I

The GUlinghams and Bennetts were College In Hattlsburg.MS.,where she Dicandio were honored at a barbeque Did You Know........
assisted by Ann and Travis Woods Al will be a Junior next fall. dinner and shower at the home of Mr. CorfAG6'
and Sharon Coston, Brenda and Pat The pastor, Greg Douglas and the and Mrs. Charles Hall at Crystal See Page 12A
Farnsworth, Harriett and Ralph deacons led the services,. beginningwith Lake. duif5t7R. !.INTNLcLssstFICDs:
Bryant Tommy and Michele Parker a candle light "Lord's Supper." Chicken was barbequed by Dave
Mrs. Leila Mundy, Ms. Beulah Sherra was presented with several Pfennlger for the. sit-down dinner 3 BIG DAYS
Moody, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Sale. mementos expressing the churchfamily's which was enjoyed by the approximately
Out-of-town guests were Jack and commitment,to her. 40 guests between the hours ffEAGLE Thursday,
5:30 and 7:30 Cake served
Robbie Sale and daughter Robyn p.m. was Friday &
after the dinner.
from Blountstown, FL; Ms. Bea GiU Saturday
ingham and Wade Gillingham from 'I' Attending were
1 Jacksonville and Ms. Joyce Bennett Chappell Parties the parents of the honored couple and OPEN,9 TO 9

k and Diane Bennett from Briston, TN. Lorrie Chappell July 2 bride-elect several members of the wedding Mrs. party Save up
Including and
Kathleen and John plan to attend of Dicandio Jerry
Buddy was ,honored. Crockrell Miss Wendee
Santa Fe Community College in the several Hall Miss '
parties recently. %
April Dicandio and Mike
Fall. Mrs. Carnal Craft gave a bridal Out-of-town guest was Mrs. Barbara e 44
shower In Jacksonville for
Miss Chap-
Odom, aunt of the bride.
Graduation Party pell on April 14. The couple were presented with a
Jimmy Norman and Allyson Waters For Games were played; prizes awarded picnic table from their hosts as. a .
Bobby Epps and refreshments were served to memento of the occasion. at
honored the 15 guests between the hours 730; "
Ally ton Waters, Bobby Harold Epps was 3
his Mr.. and 9 p.m. / v
with a party given by parents,
Jimmy NormanTo and Mrs. Harold W. Epps and sister The refreshment table was coveredwith

Wed July 23 Angela Epps at the Fellowship Hall of a white linen cloth and centered I IIl
Madison Street Baptist Church after with a cake decorated with a bouquetof

Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Waters of graduation Friday, June 10. icing lily-of-the-valley. Finger l
sandwiches, nuts,mints and dip were! -
Starke announce the engagement and Approximately 100 guests enjoyedthe
approaching marriage of their beautiful and delicious cakes served. .", :
Among the guests was Mrs. Hiram :
baked and served by Mrs. Oren
to Norman.
daughter Allyson Jimmy
Chappell, mother of the honoree and -
Derkman and Mrs. Robert Mathews,
Jimmy is the son of Mrs. Joyce Norman Mrs. BIRTHS -
and the late Joseph H. Normanof with red party punch served by Mrs. honor.Jerry Crockrell matron. .of
Ralford Bill Dodd and Mrs. Danny Brown. d.. J
The wedding wUl be Saturday July There were two cake and punch The honoree was given an electric
Christian covered scarlet liner and fry an from her / -
tables with M'.f.rJlJ
23, at 6 p.m. in the First' Y
Church of Starke. reception will white lace clothes, along with a table toot.tl pcCMi Wl''s f 1111Xl'1r. !Ill" 1& ".""tV.'.

follow in the Fellowship Hall of the covered with a white linen cloth than l -. Chi9Avis '" .r ::1 laJicpeb! 8 Ashley Brook Matt_ t
T church. .. ,held toys and pictures from Bobby's"\ i' Jll) 'rfsoUaSinS ( : ...n, 'wlMr. }/>Ihd Mrs. Rlckr Mattsonriof: I 36't
SJ AU friends and relatives are Invited childhood days.'His senior book WUB! IB f > ,lul. 'utfauirtT .If ,I tot j.
arilif *
I '..*..-.<.' ,4" near the"1lnftlr. ."" ,* ; ark Announce Eh birth,Ma" ,; '
., ;Mo sign. H 'Miss' pP nt "' 1\b i'o1ifd' brta f iII1 }f4li', Ashley Brook; bJiRGX.51 ,., 3
Helping Mrs. and Angela to show l"'ittydby'. Mi'IjI 'j j erseY l ft,theXlrange Park Hospital. '
decorate were:Mrs. J.T. Lawson, and Mrs Le-'BooneattK&ttoq;! of the' v Maternal grandparents are Mr.andMrs' IF"ERF.:sass WA8T. 4
Kimberley Walden Mrs. Ervin Andrews and Mrs.' Bill latter on Crystal!'Lek l. .. "IJ'" Rudolph Sink of Starke. MKN-S KNIT SHOTS MEN'S PLAID SHIRTS
Kenneth CrawfordTo Dodd. Assisting in serving were Mrs Pink and white, streaiTIVE er.Abraham Moaaarmodal.S.M.UO.knits N Soeds.sSts.s. ata.Short Polyaatar/ootton.avSu abaM*/ratapook-

Wed July 2 .Edward Akridge,Miss Diane Cribbs, I
and Bobby's cousins, Mrs. Ben Cl-tEC.1(. ON 39;83 I18Re.ee 794
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Walden of
Padgett and Miss Donna Padgett. WAS 49.S3 %
Covlngton Ga. announce the engagement ARTS FT6 eusssCiEnrive 11 99.16 N
>." *>.speeds...|....- DouWa knit polyaalar.ban Dankna.Iwtna,am)mora In
Kenneth their daughter Mitchell Kimberley Crawford Dawn son of to Eastern Star tool. IN KM CuesiPlssa Km OWROp. \ Ctri'f' E ,Ian n.ok.on_UL L-, bops Up Ironta.Slaaa KMa. 4 and s Book*!aiylaa.as-M.,

Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Crawford of qb4-blle
Oxford, Ga. Grandparents are Mr. Supper June 25

) and Mrs. Truman Harris of Rt. 1, Starke chapter 224, Order of the
Starke Mrs. Gertie Murphy of Starke Eastern Star will have covered dish '

and Harold Crawford of Lawtey.The supper,Saturday,June 25,at 7 p.m. in C.anfux M
wedding will take place July 2 the Masonic Hall. < .
in Canan Baptist Church Covington, All Masons and their families are GENERAL'Announces MEDICINEling
invited to attend.
Ga.Miss Walden and Mr. Crawford are the of his office at

both graduates of Newton County

High School. OR.l6INIU. f\RTWOtu\ <.. (STAftKENext to Pa Pride Your' :196'Choice NT fljwi
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S 9w a.ss %a7 WCM*HLAOWS'PAMTS ;

Mrs. LaMoyne Earl GIfTS j'j'HArtDc.RJPt"EO Hours: 9-5 Mt inday Friday ., SPARKLERS1tboxpaakofapai1i HOMOTONOH.aaMa. LADIs'Tops
> clay m N kdM. Rlaato) >wlal wIn Pain makar poly/ool-
Attends GraduationIn CRirAriVE lara or spark Mrs and .Ona quart alia. ataKiKiliiu.annrraM tan knits,M an.'... .
Anse PHONE 91 64-4668II nervy aaaortntanl. s wq todsyl plpl q.cotton.5.16. Nautical look*.S.M.U
California eeout AO. M TNC ctassIrrcpd,

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she had the opportunity to not only
visit her son and his family, Mr. and "

Mrs.graduation Laurice Ely ceremonies but also attendedthe for her .. O .. ,f ;: < I ,I I"i ,

granddaughter. Rebel Laura Ely, the ,
class valedictorian. Rebel IB also the .
niece of Gerald Ely; local contractor. v

Mrs. Earl attended numerous ban- CaptalnDcllsiner, .. i' 07 IS: SNSSMStgtOhiPAR
quets honoring her granddaughter, 4 147 19&3
who was the most honored student to UPTO699AMMATTMS ::::1.11. '," 2.97 1.77' NT,

have graduated from the Southern' WAflTT.' ..t.' ..., 2. 17 OAL.CHLOBIHS POOL TAllUT8 ,
California school system. Many of the Osn.s IxM-aMalr; Wash.CNM. ... .:IA7 =:&::: T q.L''poa tlYOa'nWv
twenty-seven awards bestowed were s with Iys.dWAS. I 77mat kykq table,,.Eaay'yukaappooic
Tidl Panama. Oauorator pnVrta for aiotntmlng pool*' .
national merit Including the George &ii4cf
Washington Medal of Honor from theFreedom's t i ..,5
Foundation in
Valley :::. _.. 1e
Forge, the Southern California Bank -
of America Fine and Applied Arts i a
Scholarship the Southern California F
Republican Party Dwight David fish
Eisenhower Scholarship the
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Zonta International International Scholarship Scholarship.Mrs. and. the Natural." cut flavorful trench fries Cteemsy vole saw i,3WAS4..5 wA.s...' wv s.u' WAS ts.ej

Earl's granddaughter Rebel,, Two southern style,huh puppies .,Tartar sooce" Lemon wedgefrs: 'ktOOId BOAT, .WOeMW$T110Na* Maws SANDALS MEN'S WORK*ooT
will enter Yale University this Fall, Hwy joy v"n Lfece r CrosnMnd,0 e.n.l sas An bade 1.02nd -.
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II I I IMtElftl*p lllr4+ Stars Place 2nd in GA TourneyStarke's I

I, Stars placed second .Richard Warren hIt..a double and tri Stars to HostTournament -
Ii among 23 southeastern US teams last -
II i weekend at the Sixth Annual Friendly
I City Invitational In Tifton Georgia Scoreboard Starke's Stan will host the 6th An-
, It took the champions and host of- nual Youth Softball League Ass boys
I the tournament, Mavericks to. hand tournament this weekend at Edwards
II II I the Stars their only two losses. The Game. Road sports complex.
I first loss was 7-3 in game five for the Star '' i U Senior boys (18 and under) and
I Stars then 15-5 in the final contest of GotonTlftani( 1 Junior boys (15 and under) divisions

I the game. :" "i. will be set up during the tournament.The .
I I Overall the Stars win-loss recordwas ,. ::. Oemel Stars face their first competition -
5-2 during the tournament. Stars Star. s "UfJS, V'' 14 9 p.m. Friday night against the
! racked up 65 runs while giving up only WllllamXHorrlord.( AL.) 4 Roadrunners of Jacksonville. The
the tourney. The Stars also 'rit" Junior Stars play at 7:30: p.m: againstthe
average 10.3 runs per game and 17.4 o.a' Tuffles Titusville.
I Stars > -, '; rf It The championship game will be
hits.John David Francis had the highest yhorteMvere'ale.aA.( ) played for the Junior division at 1 p.m.

batting average, .737, of the players \*' Sunday and the senior division at
with more than 10 hits. Francis hit Cam. *4 '
Ifert >' 'i ', 12 2:30.Other
14-of-19. teams that will be in the tournament
Other leading hitters for the Stars .......(Mov rl.) .' "''; <" 4 will be the Patriots from Live

were John Bennett 12-for-20 Blaine ', Oak Cats from Casselberry and Ban-
Dyal 12-for-19, Scot Hudson 15-for-25 Oom.4' dit from Jacksonville in the seniors
Jeff Johnson 10-for-18 and John Riggs Start "'* I division. Visiting teams in the senior
13-for-22. Maverickt 7 division wil be the Lazy Gators and
Overall the Stars hit 122-for-218 for Braves from Jacksonville and the
,an average of .560. Cam* Flyers from.ylvester, GA.
Scot Hudson hit two Infield home Stun ,;- ,, 11 A chicken dinner will be availableat
.runs a triple and double. Jeff Rebel. ,I"." '. I the tournament Saturday from
Johnson hit two Infield home runs and 4 11:00: a.m. to 4 p.m. for 2.50 each.
',a triple. Clayton Norman hit one infield Ga711' Boiled peanuts, boiled corn, home
: s: ; home run and a triple. John Start t made ice cream and othe concessionswill
,Riggs hit a home run. and triple. Maverick IS be available at the tournament.
You're Out...!
Brave.mother time to take the Dixie Youth Major tou.
Bob Buckwalter on first base get throw'I..om pitcher nament champlon.hlp.GIant. .
Eugene Blye to put this Braves runner out. The '
won the ball game 4-2 and will have to play the' AAU Headed for: State Competition I

I Giants Braves ]Play for ChampionshipGiants The Lake Region AAU (Amateur and varsity experience has been a "Jones works hard on both
Athletic Union) team heads for state definite asset to Vey. Kager says. backboards," says Kager. "He also
competition In Gainesville this Simon "Mitchell Sr10", 150 Ibs shows a desire to play as much aa08Rible.
and the Braves are battlingit weekend with their first game set on Bradford County High Schoollophomore ."

out for the championship of the Dixie -'' ,Saturday at 9:30 a.m. Coach Mike Sexton Darin Green, 6', 145 Ibs. Keystone
Youth major leauge baseball tour Keystone's team will play Panama 'He plays with good Intensity High School sophomore Coach Ron
nament. City at Buchholtz. .H they win the but must Improve his ball handl- Ausec. '
Last Fridayundefeated Giants ': Region team will play the win- ing and be ready to play every time he "He loves to play basketball and
their first loss 4-2 of the Jacksonville Pal to the of Mit-
handed the Braves ner gets gym, Kager says has his goals set," Kager says of the
Paul Akridge and Gainesville team at chell.
of the tournament. 5 p.m. Keystone athlete. "He has
each knocked in Coach Mark If the team Williams 6'1" 140 Ibs. a strong
Bob Buckwalter i Kager says Tyrone left hand around the basket, but must
home runs to help in the Giants win. loses, they will go into the consolation Palatka High School freshman,Coach improve is ball handling and
Requirements demand that the se- 1 1r bracket and the best they could get is Jim Baxter. defense."
cond place team must loose two "third place in the tournament. "Williams is Just out of the eighth -John Bryant 6'3", 175 Ibs., Clay
games so the Giants and Braves were Winners of the basketball tournament grade and has the potential to be a High School sophomore Coach John
scheduled to play at :4 p.m. Wednes- will go to1 Notre Dame In Indiana .- good player but needs to get serious Neeley.
day afternoon. Too late for this. Issueof for national play-offs. about the game and work hard. at it," "Bryant plays hard on both back
the Telegraph. ''Lake Region AAU players are JCager says. boards. He plays well in the "paint
The Giants have gone through the ready to play a good, exciting basketball -Willie Jones, 6'3'\ 165 lbs, Palatka area" and has a Jump hook shot that
year without a loss. game. The coaches hope we all High School sophomore Coach Jim could be a good one,' Kager says.
enjoy it," says Coach Kager. Baxter.
SUMMARIES I Kager also pointed out that the

Giant. 202' 000 4 'ed p'&cue'at to be an excttingpatid'productivegame Northslde Baptist Church

Ire.,.. ole 110 I '. despite missing five players. vf./nQ ..... .
: Final before tournament Is / .NI' .1'1 tJI' :A:' '
Giants leading hHteniAkrlda* l-'or3iiL.T'ii. practice $ 25
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Other Tournament Gam.. Hurner..
"When In good basketball condition JUNE 23

Brav.., 040 444 18 he has unlimited potential and a 5
000 000 0 .....wa.. good attitude" says Kager.Darin 3:30 pm
Ml trove' leading hitteriNoegel: 1-for-Z. !!'1-......!" Chandler. 6'4", 165 Ibs, '
Bradford High School Junior,
2-far-2 with twq home runt County
langley Talking it Over.....
Head Coach Mike Sexton.
3-for-4, Reddlih with a doubl.;
Douglas baseball In the middle the field "He's jumper and has the
Jackson 2-for-4 with a home run. Members of the Giants team congregate great
Mate no bust 1o discuss the game plan during their win over the Braves last Friday potential to be a good all-round playerif FEATURING:
he plays with proper Intensity,
.,0' Coach Kager says of Chandler.
'Mats : JOO 7
Dodger *>1 101 ft -Adrian Johnson, S'll", 170 Ibs., o" Lacy Family Tampa
Met .leading hJttar IJaml. Whlteheod Rascals Take 'Lead in TBallAfter Orange Park High School sophomore,
Coach Whitaker. Scripture Quartet
l-for-2, Hal Davit 2-for-2 with a double.; Jerry
Jaion Hick 2-ror-J. Dory! Gnann Mor-2. ...... "Johnson is a strong quick
of Palatka
Dad,... leading htMeruJohnson with a -only two weekS of play the otcelt ((10)"' 90 physical!! player but"must stay In better
double, Chuck Mulllnt 2-'_. with. a aWbit. > .Rascals have taken the league lead in Zenker .7_ 4 24 all-round shape, Kager says.
1 standings with two wins and no losses. Rotcola leading tcereraiKevIn Oreen, -Richie Vey-- s'lo", 140 Ibs..
Monday the; Rascals eased 30-24 Randy Kilby Jason Oorver, Chris Keystone .High School sophomore Dinner on Grounds'
MM I 74S 000 ;1* over the Zonkers adding their second Crawford. such with four points.Zonk Coach Ron Ausec.
Sreoker 030 XW 3 .'win and the Zonker's second loss. .leading scar.Denny Devoe, "Good hustle and unselfish," says Bring Your Own Chair.
MeW .leading hlrlertiMcGray: 3-for>3. Also. Monday the Peeps beat the Brad Blthop with four point each. Kager! of Vev. "Ball handling passing
Irooker' leading hitt.rsThornfoa1fort ,Crackers n-2,1n: a fourth Inning duel. -
Hamilton with a double; Kendald' .Papa 767 7 V -----_- -
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Peep leading. _.J.... Smith,
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Pale'" Ttt.Sports. [: June 23,1967_

I Briefs. .

Hatcher Donation Used in Weight Room

'.ni A cushioned floor covering for the weight room In the Bradford High
Held house is being purchased half by the School Board and half from
will be ninth graders next season to bike race and 300 meter swin
All-Sports Club FB Players UrgedTo participate. ,. '... at e a.m.\-' -. .' "- Athletic Department funds.
Lift .Teal Tile of Starke was low bidder at MS7 In bids opened Monday'
To Meet Monday Weights Contestants may sign up until 8:30: hlght June 20, at the Bradford School Board meeting. Athletic DirectorDavid
Letters have been tent'to all Bradford a.m. on race day. Registration fee Is Horse said the floor covering has been a needed Item but
Palm CoastTriathlon 16 In advance,, $7 on the day of the
that been
Bradford's Club will beholding High football player from the event. 'All something the Athletic Dept. has never able to afford.
All-SporU BUS Athletic Department urging Set proceeds will benefit the The money for the AD's half conies from a$11,000 donation made to the
the w..temStef'r Coast
at Palm
a meeting Swim Team.
Athletic Dept. by Marry Hatcher III for Coach Hurse to be
them to begin working out this Mon be use any way
in Starke June 37 Registrations All .
will entrants
Monday permitted receive a tee shirt.
up sees fit Hurse said Monday night/ there is enough of the$15,000 left' to pay
beginning 7:30 p.m.. day.Head until 30 minutes before t the start of the Registration and the start of thetraltiilon half on tho floor covering. .
Anyone interested in aU the sports football Coach David Horse race, as athletes from northern will be at Belle Terre Swim Nautilus
said weight training equipment was purchased with $11,800 of the
at Bradford High School invited to that the field house will be open Florida gather to compete Saturday and Racquet Club. The clubs la ap Hatcher donation.
attend. from > a.m. to 8 p.m for lifting June 25 in >Palm Coast's first poximately one mile west and
and one The cushioned floor'covering will make the weight room much
weights working on the quieter
and kicking game. passing triathlon. mile south of the 1-89 Interchange: In and will protect the concrete floor from being continually chipped when
About 250 contestants Palm Coast.
are expected Signs on Belle Terre athletes drop weight
Pop Warner Hurse also added that player that to take part Ins 3.1 mile run, 6.3 mile Parkway lead to the clubhouse. _

Registration "


Registration for Pop Warner Football NEW ARRIVAL
will be held each Saturday until ?
August when the teams begin pray
tice. Toll us about your new Bundle and receive

A table will be set up each Saturday Eckerd's FREE Baby Bundle plus FREE membership -
from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Brad- m Ecfcrncf Baby Bundle dub. Members -

ford Square Shopping Center. receive discount coupons for Qaby a prescriptions -
Boys ages seven through 14 are /
and much needed
baby proc3ctaVisit
eligable to play. .
A car wash to raise funds for the our Pharmacy for details.
Pop Warner football program will

also be held each Saturday at the Fina lJf;;bh' l '" II.'" ......, ,, .. -......"-..,, _
Station next to Wendy's Hamburgers. / "" "' ''' ., 11- "".. Jsaawawaa :
The car wash will be from t a.m.until

4:3Op.m.. os.


Keystone basketball staff beaded WHEN I TRAVEL .
by Coach Ron Awec will be conducting ? = .,i
a basketball came for 4,5,1. and
7th grades this summer beginning Ju- !3 pM 8A\/1E"f'M:1CiIiI:
ly 11. m1IP) uSTkAI -
The camp will also Include those
youngsters entering the fourth grade CJfWJfL'ilC3Ill1fJJ&BY
next faIL F.f
The camp will be held at the' FRANCIS SCHEXNAYDER,JR.
Keystone High School gymnasium ECKERD PHARMACISTYou
Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. i1'OLD Y ----
12 noon until July 15.
Cost of registration Is $25 per per- SPICE
probably know the symptoms, STICK PEPSI I RENUZIT
son.Make checks payable to Ron Ausec, feelings and frustrations associatedwith DURACELL
Basketball Camp upon first day of motion sickness. BAN ROLLONANTIPERSPIRANT LISTER1NE DIET PEPsi SOLID AIR 9-VOLT
Motion sickness to an illness caused FRESHENERSC4nSSxS.se
camp. by certain types of motion.The most ANTISEPTIC or PEPSI FREEI'M s BATTERIES

common signs art nausea,pallor, : s 7J1aL
cold sweating and vomiting. 199 rant LPIm1tt2s ..
The best therapy for motion sickness 2 '.2491HZ. pack. 5ft 2595fJLLimit
Is to escape the motion. But if
1 Starke Indians that Is not possible you should: .J.
1. Avoid fatigue.
2. Wear loose-fitting clothing and
comfortable does

Win League 3.. Avoid before'heavy and eating and drinUi* FLAVOR ROAST O RID. A BUG 10-. x 17" TABLE TOP
during the
4. Ue down. If possible. PEANUTS HIBACHI GRILL
5. Restrict bead movement 184Z...Is2I u-z rsru ,o SPRAY *i.t7cr s**>....
You can also prevent the symptoms' a"' ....
TournamentStarke entirely by purchasing medication.a longlastingpreventative Ask your 139 499 799

doctor or pharmacist Compare.. h Compare b VNndexl- =M'
Indians took the:':.xie Minor PIsntr4.....'.... \;, I ', wooden Stay-cool handle I *. .
league tournament after squeezing ''et-. a v.KISSE9tst.... '
18-17 over the Lawtey Suns Ia.t'l'bun- ''VILLAGE NATURAL ate' nLEA i TICK ,
day June 16.q ; -si i' C AL 4J1' ; u rstf
ORGANICS Bur a WI eel v ? i of-8 a.voiAdDI
""' 2Whh tite'uith' } ,,/.Pra. i ...rt I ,
tie In .n.rlg'j'; ;Indiana CONDITIONElT ; L. "It't nt' 41+t o dtlw
scored two runs in the bottom of .L. 'SAL Gil Y h181 50s- sat 1H.8L .
the sixth to edge over the Suns. new MM IB-OZ. 2UP': t OS to 1 4t nt eetttlIL 199....u. ..

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Andy Goodowns knocked in a grand
slam homer In the fifth inning to help 9SC ZEBCO 4020
the Indiana tie up with the Suns.SUMMAMIS .

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Sun loading kHtwuNormon' 3-for-9 MYLANTA LIQUID CORNER TIMER H" X !W VINYL
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Standings In Starke' women* softball Thorwler with a triple) Richard with a 4-lor-S with a triple' and double' Janet
league stayed the same after a double, Sopp 2-lor-3. Overman 2-for-3, William 4-lor-S with two doublet, tea
,;: week' play P.G.'s well In William 2-for-S with a triple, Craw Mor-4.
1983 Sunshine State Games : front of the pack games ahead 2-for.3.Plna. Rewdle. .....In. hHteraiSapp J-lor-3'

of second place Normans. Hut leading hlMeniCaulay. with a double, lib, 3-for-3 with a doubl.
Monday the Cubbettes added Steven, Dow l-for-3 Strickland Ufor2.Cubbette. .
Bradford High graduate' Kathy Diggs was named to the state girl's Wednesday July 27 and 28 another loss to their record,having to Wdn>...,.....n.1I
Dlgw wasJncfudediiv the Florida all-star Softball team earlier this spring Women's' Softball. ,semi-finals i atFabview forfeit to the Starettes.tr S.r.tts r
Athletic Coaches. Association announcement and Is the only Bradford athlete Field In Orlando at 10 a.m..* ? 0 Normans M2 '200 7
of the selection of team named to an state all-star team. Finals at Vsrner Stadium In Orlando STANDINGS forfeit F.O.'. 000 010 1
members for the annual high school Diggs was highly) honored at the silo a.nv.and t p.ta.tlt needed). "" Normans .Ladies MtteraiPrlnce. 2-lor-4'

all-star games to be held as part of the spring sports banquet as' most Thursday July 28 ; 1'.0. IiI0. Thursday, June 11 with double Jackson J-for-S with a double
1983 Sunshine State Games in Orlando valuable best batting average, and Men's Tangerine Bowl in "- ... : _I' : 'f't I'.. 1-1 Whit. J-for-4 with a triple, Baker
this month. the most runs" for the BUS Softball Orlando. soccer Game time at 730 ;' "1. Cubhetle ',, jf'.l; p *'\niN14.. ....... 120 DOS 12 1-0'-... .
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average was .511 during the regular .Friday,July it basketball i; < ,,,r.,.. ';: ,., ., "i, g.2Deulen Rebel leading hltteniThrower 2-for-3 Detue 2-lor-Z.
women's ; "
season. and men's Plan Hut "' 7-12 with an Infield home run Richard 2-for-4
Some of Florida's most outstanding Orange County Civic Center In Orlando. j.j with a double, Seay with a double Over Rebel. 7
graduating high school athletes have Women's tip-off at 6 p.m. men's, Perfect 10 '*"-u ,man 3-lor-4 with a double and triple, Prefect 10 0
been chosen to participate In Men's at 8 p.m.. v.* 1",7 William with an Infield home run Argo .rfelt
basketball football and soccer and Saturday July 30 '' 2-far-3 with a doubl.
women's, basketball Softball and Women's volleyball at Rollins Col SUMMARIES Dealer leading. hHteniFelton 3-for-4 ... ..* 400 074 IS
volleyball games. leg Gym in Winter Park at 8 p.m.. i Levanon with an Infl.ld home run. Gay ....011.* 022 003 7
District all star positions are Men s !football game at Tangerine ........,..._10 2-lor-3 with 0 double.Normen Denier. feeding hltternJocloon 3-for-4
allocated on a pro rata basis according Bowl in,Orlando. kkoff at 7:30: p.m.. with a double, F.llo"3-'''-'' with a triple.
to the high school population for 11'.0.'. 114 0 .14 021 .MO William with a double and triple, Hudson.
grades 1012.The all star teams are For the fourth consecutive summers Rawdle* too 9 1 Starette 100 000 1No. with a horn run and a double
chosen to represent the IS FACA the Governor's Council on P.O.'. Lading h........,.. Hank_ .-. leading, hHte>r ...... ""- 0.4 Rowdle' .feeding. MtteraiKllby with a tn.pl. .
districts throughout Florida with Physical Fitness and Sports is sponsoring 2-for-4, ". Cuff_ 2-lor-3 with a double, with a double, Prince. Stoppton with .. Eelton 3-0.-.. with a triple, Hudson
districts 1-0 comprising the north and Florida's Sunshine' State ; M. Cummings J-for-3 with a double.E. double., Rodger 3-,..-..., Davis 2-'or-3, with a horn run and double.
districts 10.18 in the south Games. This year's Olympic-styled ',Hamm with a double Nettle 2-lor-3 with a do..bl... .
The high school all star games are festival Is expected to attract over Rewdle. leedlng t.1".",'. Kllby Sterette*leading hltt r.IFend.r2-for, ], Storetto 001 013 5
scheduled during the last week of Sunshine .- 10.000 athletes; Including high school Carlton, Brumeed all lfor2. Cubbedge 2-for-3, Porado lor-3.. Plea Hut 011 002 4Starette.
Games activities. all-star athletes and Floridians who leading hltterT.Lynn J-lor-3.
will represent the United States in ....... 640 11 Cubbette 12* 111 21 P.... Hut lauding., hltteriij. Steven
Schedule of EventsNortlheidea" .1984, PI... Hut 100'. 1 'Rewdle 200 000 2Cubbette 3-for-4 with a double. M. Brown 2-for-3
...... .....1... krttaniOreblnw S-W-4 leading. hlneniKathy Dlga with a double, C. Starling -'...] triple' *.

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Northside Baptist First Baptist and ,..ton 4-for-4 with a double, Gains fjSI
Kingsley Lake Baptist, each with 13-4 "-'or.4 with two double.. D. Crawford
records in front of the league. .for-3, CarrlMm 2-for-3. Seller* 2-for-3.
One 'week's play remains ,in the New River leading hrrreraiRhoden, MeClellan Products
regular schedule but some games Waddell l-lor-3, and Arnold
that were rained out will have to be 2-for-3. Sale Good thru July 31, 1983
played to finish the season.
Starke Stars are holding on to. ............ '002 :20* II JJ mIiIL
fourth place with a 10-5 record. Ghee 202 002 t
NOI'th..... leading. httteraij. Thompson ;;"-"' '-' :

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Jr.Star 220 210 7 'rintReptlit 440 120 H Automatic- Pencil '243eo
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with a double, Hannah 3-,"""- with First Baptist leading hrtteniSapp2-for-4 '
two double, Gllhooly 3-for-S with a triple, with a double Hartley 2.'..-.. with a 335Ssj :' _: I' _
and two doubleSpell 3-lor-4 with a dou home run Lewis 3-lor-4, Tanner 2-for-4. _- "
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Jr. Star leading. klttr..Robln.on Star leading. hltt rsiHudson with a I Mv o Bulk Computer .
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',, preliminary contract bargaining Uoilafe) behind them. After that, we
session Is scheduled for June 28 sit I. get down' to negotiating .
p.ra. at the Bradford County School Superintendent Casey did not want

Board between the, Board and the to be pinned down to any position this.
Bradford Education Aaaociatlonthe early In the bargaining sine the eu.*
teicher's! union. rent meetings ant Intended more to
The contract currently !in effect Is a explain the reasoning behind their
three-year contract that mint now be proposals. He did point out that ",ou

.. re-negotiated completely. The new can't,, bargain from one position! ,
contract may be a three-year' conthat's against the law.Everybody has
tract, or may be only one-year eon.to play the game."
tract Superintendent Tom Casey
ins 'says he Is not sure another three-year Jack Carbone. direct for' eoUeceontract -
Is desireable tlve bargaining for the Florida
BEA President Julie Miller says Education Association United In
that the first bargaining sessions are Tallahassee, will represent BEA at

meant to "lay the groundwork They the bargaining! sessions and Anthony
..y go through their proposals and the raVersls of the Forbes Labor Relations
Donate behind them and then we go Service Ind., will represent the

thrmiph our proposals and the! ,raSchool Board.

Bike Trek Planned For Lung Association
Cub Scouts Earn Award... "
Dwayne Thompson and John Loper. Do you have a bike) ? If so, the Augustine, oil to Palatka, Keystone
Four Cub Stouts of Pack 73 received the Arrow of Light badge highest In back are the/arents: Randall and Mary Milton, Ray; and Margaret American Lung Association of Heights and back: to Jacksonville

ward that CAIn be earned In Cub Scouting, In ceremonies Monday night May Trimble Jerry Thompson and Jeanne Loper Florida, ,.&..E. Branch has a trip for The Trek will be lead by experience
Pack 73 In the last 1* months has earned advancement awards, according
Z3, at the First United Methodist Church In Starke. you: .ed, long distance bikers.
The award-winning scouts are (l-r) Randy Milton Raymond Trimble. to Cubmaster John Schmidt. A Bike Trek will take place on Oct. For further information call

8,9,10, 1983 through historic St. 743-",.

IBM Sells School Board $40,000, Model 36 Computer System

A $40,613 IBM computer system Is evaluation and the award will be Lawtey Brooker and Hampton outdated computer equipment. board members In the future when he didn't Understand the board hadn't

being purchased for the Bradford made at a special 5:30: p.m. June 30 Elementary Schools by telephone. includes data and Is for information acted on some information which was
school system at less than half the meeting set to close out the 82-83 The bids were opened June 20 to In other June :SO action, the school and not to be acted on by the board. given for Information purposes only.
price from two other companies. budget year. allow some $12,000 In vo-tech funds board: Mrs. Spongier said that Is why she Mrs. Spengler refused to second

Burroughs Corp. bid $88,720 and The IBM system has a 5,000 foot still available to be used to purchase would not vote to approve the minutes Board Member Judy Becker's motion '
Prime Computer Inc. bid 97992. The limit on adding input computers, the equipment. The required downApproved the minutes of seven of a previous meeting at which only to approve) the minutes, and Vice-
IBM System 36, a new model. Is the which will allow all but the outlying payment Is (7,500. The monthly previous meetings that were tabled three school board members were chairman J.H. (Jim) Lawton, acting
low bidder and will be purchased schools to be hooked Into maintenance charge Is $770.83, some May 16. Board Member Patricia present at the beginning when the chairman did( not hand the eavel over
unless It does not meet specifications. by cable. A proble will be made! into $200 less than the monthly Spengler asked and Supt Tom Casey minutes came up for approval. Mrs. to Mrs. Spengler second the motion.
The bids were turned over to staff for the cost of hooking in Southside maintenance charge on the ,present agreed he will Indicate to the school Spengler became vexed when whe either'

I Did You Know (from ,.gelM I

Bonton Futch Honored Mrs. Leona English celebrated her spent Wednesday through Saturdayat Miss Jean Mundy of Cerritos, (Calif. Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Dukes had a 'Mr. and Mrs. Don Patray and Mr.
82nd birthday June 1 with her many Crescent Beach visiting Mr. and Is visiting her mother for twn weeks cookout Sunday afternoon for and Mrs. Gary Brewer and sons spent
Benton Futch was honored on the friends patients and staff at the Mrs. Arthur Nichols.Dr. and last Sunday to Wednesday they Father's Day with Mr. and Mrs. V.J. June 10-18 at EPCOT ,and Disney
Dean's List for the second semester Starke Nursing Home given by her were In Tallahassee on business. Spengler and Mr, and Mrs. Dessa Wont
at Baptist Bible Institute Gracevllle, daughters Esther Sanders and Minnie and Mrs. R.E. Dopsori took his Forman as guests.

FL. Lee Manire son-in-law Horace Staff to Atlanta last Wednesday to Mn; and Mrs. Richard Harrison of !.It:and Mn.Wilbur Barry and son
In order to qualify for the Dean's Sanders granddaughter JoAnn Wall Sunday for an educational and sightseeing Ocala were Sunday visitors of Mr. Mrs. Curtis Sander and son. Lex Steve of Pensacola Darlene Hobbs of
List a student must maintain a 3.0 and grandson John Wayne Walker. weekend. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison. spent the weekend In SL Augustine. Brooker and Mrs Maxine Hobbs and

grade point average on a 4.0 scale. daughter, Susan of Crystal. River
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sink spent Mrs. Llnnle Woods has returned Doug Seymour of Miami and harSeymour brt and Mrs. Harry druen and were Sunday guests of" Mr. and Mrs.
last week In Lexington N.C. after two weeks wlslt with Mr. and daughters were" In Clearwater over
Mrs. C.S. Bowers of Fort Lauderdale of Gainesville were Sunday J.C. Hobbs.
I Is visiting her son-in-law and Mrs. David G. Scott and Mrs. Dot Mrs. John Woods and family in visitors of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. the weekend visiting relatives.
daughter Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Pater- Lakeland. J.D. Seymour. IIn.osl.. Doretha Wilson and
son for several months.Mr. Stevenson of Decatur Ga. and Mrs Mrs. Charles Hardy and Mrs. daughter Ta'NUui Dlonne, left Mon-
Marcia Welch of Savannah Ga. ar Mrs. Nealy McConnell' St. of Mr.and Mrs.James Cash and fami Charles Francis Visited Mrs.' G.E.. day to j join their husband and father

and Mrs. H.P. Bell of Currle rive Saturday for a weeks visit with Olustee spent Friday and Saturdaywith .ly of Orlando were Sunday guests of McCauley In Palatka on Saturday Sgt. Anthony Wilson who Is stationed
and Mrs. O.L. Jr.
N.C. were weekend guests of Mrs. Dr. Haynes Mr. and Mrs.. McconnelltJr. her parents, Sen. and Mrs. Charley In firemerhaven, Germany, Mrs.
Mack Williams. t' Johns. Rick and Matt McEvoy of Atlanta Wilson Is the daughter of ReV. and
Miss Marcia Goodge received herB ''I' Spent the past. five days with their uncle Mrs Henderson Hudson of LaWIe,.
.A. degree in Jounce lm and Spanish .. a'nd"Mrs'Mlami and ,
Mr.. 01 aunt, Mr.and Mrs. George

.. .J. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wiggins' andIamfly' from Tilt College on June tJaneas99rt9Rr 9 where she ..ttllnJ'a JiJ I'r8o t oWllti ,, r* 6mtIk. Copeland. 0 .,Mrs.A.d. t.oud n.aP4iIJ..June! Ift-la
of Jacksonville Spent the graduated Means cum .
.. J\'f their wHIr'Iter'daughter"and family Mn
Rev. E. III 1 i brother;
Sr, and
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weekend with his mother, Mrs. One Thomas and Mrs: Gate' i'Jbi! l. Odom Kerry and Mrs. Marvin Barnhart in Hart- .
Wiggins. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert City. 'h DeWitt of New Port Richey are well Ga. and attended dance recital .

t'i.,.. ;ol visiting their grandparents Mr. and where her granddaughter, Ashley.
"" Mrs. Gilbert Brown. Alescla Is here took! port

I Legal Notices for the summer and Kerry for two

weeks. Mra, Kathleen McNeely and

I B.rnard Mclenden to roglttot said fictitious OF FIVE ((5)) YEARS Mrs, Gilbert Goldwlre spent June daughter Michele: of Lakeland spent I
NOTICE S. TO: ROBERT LEE PRITT. NOTICEOF name '. under the) BEGINNING SEPTEMBER 14-17 In Waycroes and attended the Monday and Tuesday with her,

OF INTENTIONTO Anlitant Unlt.d Sites 800 E. Ohio Street. PHI- ADMINISTRATION aforesaid statute, I 1. 19831 PROVIDING FOR funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Goldwlre on parents, Mr. aDd Mrs. Herbert

REGISTER Attorney lor Plaintiff Attorney burg, Pennsylvania The administration of Dated this 31st day ol DISTRIBUTION PURSUANT June 15. Thomas.
15212. 'Irt Bradford TO INTEMOCAl
6/16 4tchj 7/07 the Estate of RILEY BERTRAM Marl/ A.D. 1983 -
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Pursuant to Sactlon NOTIFIED that an action 6/03 4tpd 6/33, BRADFORD COUNTY PAVERS AND OTHER IftERESTED FLORIDA
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT File No.83-36-CP.: In pending below.
1 845 09. Florida Statutes, .
EIGHTH JUDICIAL for dissolution ol mdrrloga In the Circuit Court AND MUNICIPALITIES PERSONS. It'll Gilbert .. Brown All Interested. parsons
nolle l I.h.r.by given tht ... tiled INTENf TO
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDAIN hat .n far Bradford County NdTICI OF LOCATED THEREIN ClarkIfchg .Ore required to Ills with
the undersigned, Jaffray AND FOR against you and you ore Florida Probata Division CONSIDER THE ADOP, REPRESENTING A MAJORITY YOU; AND. EACH OP .i>J3Th : this court WITHIN THREE
L. Nugant Rout 1. Box BRADFORD COUNTY required to tare a copy the address of TlOht OF AM OR' OF THE INCORPORATED YOU are hereby and. MONTHS OP THE FIRST
7M. LowUy, Fl 32058 of your written delentet, which It Bradford County DINANCE IMPOSING A AREA "herewith given notice' In Y PUBLICATION OP, THIS
tola or |olnt ownar doIng CIVIL CASE ACTION No. 83-113 If any to It. an the plaintiff Courthouse Post Office FOUR ((4)) CENT LOCAL POPULATION WITHIN accordance with Section SrodfarJ County NOTICE ((1.) all claims'
business und.r tha 's attorney whose Drawer .8. Starka, OPTION GAS TAX UPON THE COUNT PROVIDING 13S.66. Florida. .. Statute Board of County Camrnltslooert again. .the estot and
firm name of QUALITY name and addren ItsDudley Florida 32091 The EVERY GALLON OP AN EFFECTIVE that the Board. al will... receive.
of County ((3)) any objection( by anInterested
TREE SERVICE, Rout. 1. IN RE: Th. Marriage P. Hardy. P.A., names and addresses of MotOR FUEl AND DATE. Commissioners of Bradford sealed bid to be opened,'
Box 784 Lawtay FI320SII. VERNON E.OLIN P.O. Drawer 1030, the Personal Representative SPECIAL. f FUEL SOLD IN YOU ARE I FURTHER Florida at ) ,et 1:30 p.m. en Monday. pe..it'.owhanI
County a this
) notice was \
Inlands to Husband and the Personal July 11, ItKJ. .IH tile
and Stark., Florida 32091 BRADFORD COUNTYANi GIVEN NOTICE thed special l sheeting 16 beheld mulled that challengesthe
"gl.t.r told fictitious LUCY LEACH and Ilia the original Representative'I. attorney TAXED UNDER THE Copy el laid opposed I Ir' .l B |It.M. M '.... County t Cammlfctlonar validity'ol the will,
nama under tha OLIN are set forth loom at the BmilfnnlCduhry
with the dark of ms
Wife PROVISIONS OP dlnonce 11 available far County Commission. the) qualification al the
aloraiold below. Courthouse. for
itatuta. above styled court on ar CHAPTER :I06.FLORIDA your Inspection at th.ol-' Meeting Room, Bradford .
Interested personal fepreeentative.Venus .
Doled thli 9th day ofJun. All persons Fire, EfC, and VSMMCoverge
before July B, 1983 of vise
: PROVIDING'THAT fire of the Clark
: County Covrthoute of
file with or (jurisdiction
.. 1983 A.D., In Bradford NOTICE OF SUITS are required to Complete
Florida. NO PROPERTYTO otherwise" a judgementmay this court. WITHIN THREE THE IMPOSITION Circuit Court, Bradford' Starlta. Florida, "On" t_ bapicked the court .,
County 6/16 7/07 be entered against' MONTHS OF THE FIRST SHALL BE EFFECTIVE FOR county: Courthouse.. day. July 12. 183 Mil speclflcatlont at the hwy Clerk's. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS -
4tpd : LUCY LEACH OLIN. you for the .relief. PUBLICATION OF THIS A PERIOD OF FIVE ((5)) Stark. Ft. Consider the adoption of office. up NOT SO FILED

UNITED STATES DISTRICT A-12 Gllmor. Village demanded In the complaint NOTICE: ((1)) all claims YEARS BEGINNINGSEPTEMBER EACH AND EVERY PERSoN an ordinance .relating tot The Board reserve the Will M FOREVER BAR
or petition. against the estate and 1. 19831! PRO. having!; any Interest ORDINANCE IMPOSINGA RED. .
Utica N.w York 13503
COURT.MIDDLE DISTRICTOF right to reect| any end all
FLORIDAJACKSONVILLE YOU ARE HEREBY WITNESS my hand and ((2)) any objection by an VIDING FOR DISTRIBUTION I whatever In the naclnrant TWO ((2)) CENT LOCAL bIde submHradkGilbert Publication ol t this
DIVISION NOTIFIED that an action tha tool of told Court on Interested person to PURSUANT TO IN. of this proposed or-, OPTION GAS TAX UPON .. Brown. .Motke has begun en

Court No.12.1102Clv.J.JHM for dissolution of mar. Jun. 2, 1983. whom notice was mailed TERLOCAl AGREEMENTS dlnanca should' appof, EVERY GALLON OP Clerk to the Board June 3d, 190*.
hat b..n fll.dagaln.t GILBERT BROWN that challenge the BETWEEN BRADFORD and be hoard at the time MOTOR FUEL ANDSPECIAL Prtan*> Repreesn-
rlaga and As Clerk. ol'sold Court Validity of the "will the COUNTY AND and platS herein !FUEl' tolD IN 6/J3 Jtchg' 6/30 latlvat Preston Leon

you you or.requlr.d By Marian McRa qualifications of the Per- MUNICIPALITIES, prescribed. BRADFORD COUNTY Shlmar, U MlruclaAvartue.
UNITED STATESOF to terwe a -
AMERICA PlaintiffVS of your written defentet, LOCATED TO WHOM IT MACON '1. .Augusilna I ,
of .
venue or jurisdiction
H330S4.Attorney. ..,
If any to It, on the plaintiff the Court. CERN '
RUFUS D. BORUFF, JR. s attorney whosename ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS You will. Blea e take -
4 and and: addrett It NOTICEOF NOT SO FILED totlct
DUDLEY POPULATION WITHIN BYi Gilbert I. Brown, THAT THE IMPOSITION Health FocIII"... Metcalf, Esquire,
wlfa, P. O. Drawer 1030 TO REGISTER THE COUNTY PRO' dent SHALL BE EFFECTIVE FORA Authority will. hold kopaleuto. Head Towtend -
Del.ndant.. Stark.. Florida 32091. FICTITIOUS NAME RED.Publication ol this VIDING AN EFFEctiVE 'tchtl 6121 PERIOD OF FIVE (5)) missing') tnri the .County' Metcall ".A.,

((904)) 964-SToi, and m. Notice hat begun on 16. DATE YEARS, BEGINNING CommlMloner' Meeting 1 Pest Office Bam, 85S,
I NOTICE OF SUIT tha original with the Pursuant t" !Section June 1983. NOTICE ci: INTENT TO SEPTEMBER; '. 19e3' | PROVIDING loom In Rte B.odford Orange Park FL 33067:

clark of the above styled Florida Stotut.s", PartonalRepresentative. ( To: All CITIZENS. TAXPAYERS CONSIDER THE ADOPTION FOR DISTRIBUTION County ccueds u.. on ( 04)2) 4600O.I
Notice I I. h.r.by given court on or before July : AND OF AN OR.DINANCI Thursday. Juno 30, 1983 6/23 Rtahg .,
notlc. 'Is hereby given
t that punuant to a Final IS 1983: otherwise" a ELOISE kiNG ,. PERSONS.roll IMPOSING! A: l at ":i30 p.iIt., i
thai the undersigned.Bhupen Saute Box BETWEEN BRADFORD ;
b. 4. 38SWaycrost tENT' LO Ak l Owlh
Judgment antarad on may TWO ((2) rsago Rosbi>rnf ;
Brahmbhott.. 739 EACH OF COUNTY AND
entered for Georgia > AND TAX UPON f
May 17. 1983 by the against you OPTION GAS Man
above entitled Court In the relief demanded In North Temple Ave, 31301 YOU ara .hereby and EVERY GALLON OF MUNICIPALITIESLOCATED ,61231tchc1 */!MIN tort Itfy that GEORGE'SPROPERtlESy
the Storks Fl I :33091: sal or herewith ,lv..n Italic. lit AND-. THEREIN
tha above styled cauta, complaint or petltlan. for MOTOR a
Joint owners, doing Attorney with. Sentient\ REPRESENTING A MA i
the undaralgnad United Personal accordance !SPECIAL FUEV SOLD IN ... limited] partnership
Statci Martha! or any of WITNESS my hand and business under the firm Representative: 1256, Florida 8totur BRADFORD.. COUHTY" .JORITY OF THE INCORPORATED THE CIRCUIT COUR1 fenced under: Chapter
his duly authorised tha teal of said Court an rams of STARRE MOTOR, TOMLINSONBSROWN. that ha Board of CouftIt AND TAXED UNDER THE AREA FOR BRADFORD COUNTY 630, Florid Itatatet,.
daputla, will tall the June S, 1983. COURT 739 North Tem.ple P.A. Commltslonert W Bradford .PROVISIONS OF POPULATION WITHIN FLORIDA PROBATE having Its principal placa
Avenue, Stark. .. THE COUNTY PRO,
property .Ituat. In Bradford GILBERT BROWN Post Oftlce Drawer 40Starka. County Florida CHAPTER ges.IctORIDA DIVISION. .. tMftlrws In Starke*
At Clark. of Mid Florida. Inland to spaced maettn*)>, 20 PROVIDING VtOrNG AN EFFECTIVE, '
County Florida Court Florida 32091 STATUTES: FM Number 53-41-CP floride was cancelled For
described ar: By Marian McRaa register said (fictitious Telephone-" held M B p.m tM the THAT,)THE .IMPOSITION 'DATS. ARE; IN RE ESTATE OP MARY allure. M Itla: .Its 197 AnIHMl >
Lot1 Block 1 As Deputy Clerk6164tchg707. name under the ((904))964.8373 County CommlstWMeeting SHALL M EFFECTIVE FOR YOU FURTHER ANNE lIPSEV. SMITH/ fttp rt. Pursuant I.
PINEHAVEN according aforesaid statute. 6/16 3tchg 6/23 (worts BroMfocdCounty A PERIOD OF FfVf (S) GIVEN NOTICI that IS Detected the ptrovl.lone .. IactIen
r to Plat thereof recorded Dated this lilt day of C6ur>r) ".e, YEARS, BEGINNING bap, of sold ppoeed .stllnenc NOTICE OF ADMINtSIHATlON > ..30.91, Florida ttotutee,
lit Plat Book 2, Paga 69 May A.D. 19S3 'In Bradford S........ fIcw1de. ''lIP.r- IEP1'IM8IA! 1) 9\Iitr! FStO- +6 Ism HI jtMtstilMklttV tWJIHMBj ltiaf TVTHce > I .hereby give NOTICI mpvbll
record of IN THE CIRCUIT County, Florida. :, NOTICE day.1 July T2.',... ,WIll .VIDINO FOR DISTRIBUTION yaW tMpectI II'the of-' The tKhnlntalratkMi" .! ..this newspaper' 'icft III
,currant public c
Bradford County, COURT EIGHTH 6/O246/23 .. OF INTENTION sheerdsnwueN P TO .NtmOCAl of the Clark tjl the 'the. estate of Mary Anne < toe tlrcuft BradfordCou.iy
I. Florida. on Lipsey'Smith, dteao.ed. COur,. Florid*. tfxrt
FLORIDAIM4MDEOR FICTITIOUS NAME AN stMCNT. BRADFORD Ceuvthe.ee.. 63-41 CP toi sold) united. partnershippotd
e to The IN FileNumber .
at public outcry THE CIRCUIT COORTOfITHIEIGHnt Stark a.
and. bet bldde Ipso A POUR ( ) COUNTY. \ ANOM'uNIC.AL"'U ,pending In Site CIraoft 'leas fllad "nil' ..ports end
Pursuant to Sect.Ion LOCAL OPTWPN Fees
till : rwtutrad
W for cash ai the hour of ., JUDICIAL CIRCUIT i Court tor Bradford l
." 00 o'clock Noonan July CASE NO. 83-196 IN AND FOR 865.09. Florida Statuses. TAX WON; EVEt1Ysett lOCMED THEREIN tON >tav nt anti MiMrMt' t,, Ffortao Probate COM.' ... .... : .
U' 13: 1983 al the front CIVIL ACTION BRADFORD COUNTY, notlicO. II 'hereby gI GALLIN OF. MOTOR '........TN A MAo whole,., In Nee 'tun, the tMldrat ,-! 0IvuncIar red I
"l' daor"' arrtroncai al the ,' FLORIDA' thai the undersigned, ,.' FUlL MI .....N. routIL JORITY OF THE. INCORPORATED earn. or Ibis propoeod.w. 'which, .kt P*.t OH_' land lh*Greet Seal
6. Bradford County Cour. ROBERT LEE PRITT, PRO2 DIVISION Robert D. end lisa A SBryan. 'SOLI IN **.DFOH ARIA WtrfOtlCV-* should pepper' Drawer, B, Starke, 'a.... of Florida. ,, trtI9S3.

%thbese at Stark, Husband CASE NO S3-36-CP P.O. Box 1309: EfftftSSOIMB&W4: POPULATION W1TMM and be heard Mrhettmds Florida.: S30 1.: The Teilahesese.the CapNal.SN. .
Markto. and ((1-3478)), '''''''.. pi 32091, bole al, THE COUNTY PROM >nd place1 herein'ROB 'noses end addrsesss fill 1M 17th day Si lusts.

Doted'hm.7.981.. KIMBERLY ANN PRITT basin. owners, dolnj I CHAPTER 'VKMNO 'AN EFFECTIVE OP 1 tile .......- .
Richard t. Cox, Jr. Wile IN RE: the tslat al ** under the Urn. 206.tTATUTMI 'OAT8. "' COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS lafiv. ** and the peronMl-' 0-,. """"- .
Marshal RILEY BERTRAM KING r...... ttl BRYAN DIVERSIFIED OvRBNS6 ,T9eMtt. THE. rprsent..1va'4 --at- Besret ... s-
United State NOTICE OF SUIT Deceased. P.O. lox 13MStarka IMPoenlew SMALL EGEPFEIVE : OF BRADFORD COUNTY, o
Middle' DUtrtcl/ of Florida PLRIOO Tar 'AU CmZENS. TAX- terser, era .... tortll ltchg V23,
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Whether it was a man on a stallion or'a young girl on a the club. i ;3rd-Travis Craven; 4th-Keith Burney, 5th-Timmy Stiera. In the Fingerlings; 1st-Chad Barbour, 2nd-Bridget Bar-
pony, they all rode tall in the saddle a* the announcer called Trophies were given for the top six places in each class In the Junior Girls; 1st-Pam Clifton,2nd-Sheilah Burr, 3rd- bour, 3rd-Amy Blanton, 4th-Melissa Odom, 5th-Selena
their names and said,'Come a-ridln'I I" at the annual Brad- for each event and an overall trophy was'given for the rider' Angie Dukes 4th-Jeanie. Anderson, 5th-Donna. Carter, 6th- Rogers, 6th-Kua Sparks.
ford Roping Club frolic last Saturday. with the most points from all ten classes. The winner of Jhe, Bith UnderhilL. j, In the Small-Fry Girls; Ist-LUa Anderson. 2nd-Sherrie
The Bradford, ttongClub h t.csJ rjderaJnd rtdiJJ.lrclllbl; !' .'overall trophy,was Martha Nowwortby,.,,. .... .' .. .in ihe Junior Boys; 1st-Jeff Clemons,. 2nd-Ray.Panie41 Elswlck;'4th-Lori Ann Woodtr 3yW9rthlngtop.6th-..
---from miles around atlhe day..long troll which included* 'There' aim a trophy given to the lop potnt-winnora in"." 'rd-JackJe Clifton,4th.Aaren. Malll_., sth.CharieTyson,Shamane Courson, oth-Carrolf Ann Trowel/. ."- '
five events with ten classes in each event. each class. These winners were: Toddlers ClasA-Travii{ '". 6th-David Motes. In the Small Fry Boys; 1st-David Lizenbee, 2nd-Jay
;.... The president of the Bradford Roping ,Club Leaton Rogers, Fingerlings Class-Bridget Barbour Small Fry In the Powder: Puffs; 1st-Robin Wilson, 2nd-Melinda Hart,. Brewer, 3rd-Jeff Everett, 4th-Kevin Odom, Sth-Keith
Morgan III said."The purpose of such frolics Is to'create, Girls Class-T.G. Hagan, Small Fry Boys Class-Davidx,, Snl-Sandi Browning, 4th-Karen Reddish, 5th-Linda Eddins, Burney, 6th-Bud Deese.In .
stimulate and "maintain .interest in saddle, horses, .Lizenbee; Junior Girls' lass-Sheilah Burr, Junior Boys '6th-Betty Ramey. the Junior Girls; Ist-Sheila Burr 2nd-Deborah Butler,
horseback riding, horse. shows and similar events izZ Bradford Class-Jeff demons. Powder Puff Class-Judy Ring, Seniors in the Seniors; Ist-Robert Allen 2nd-Ed Carline, 3rd-Ray 3rd-Jeanine Anderson, 4th Rhonda Davis, 5th-Beth
, County."' ; Class-Ed Carline,Gracie Aliens Class-Martha Norsworthy, Parnell, ,4th-Doug Grubb, '5th-Dennis Rogers,, 6th-John Underhill, 6th-Abbie Picket.In .
"The Roping Club tries to foster social interest and good Jack Bennys Class-Lamar Reddish. Stevens.In the Junior Boys; 1st-Marty Lawson, 2nd-David Motes,
I t .fellowship and work for the common advantage of all who! In the first event, the poles, the place winners were: the Gracie Aliens; lat-Jean Clark,2nd-Martha Norswor 3rd-Billy Ray Lindsey 4th-Darrell Stevens 5th-Bill
. participate," he said. In the Toddlers; Ist-Stacey Moore, 2nd-Ryan Worthington, thy, 3rd-Evelyn Rudd 4th-Jeannie Maurice, 5th-Brenda McLaughlin, 6th-Kevin Box.
The day began at 8:30 a.m. when all the various clubs 3rd-Travis Rogers, 4th-Jason Grubb, '5th-Jimmy Craven,' Woolard, 6th-Marianne Pringle.In In the Pwder Puffs; 1st-Robin Wilson, 2nd-Mel Ellington,
who participated rode in the grand entry. After the invocation 6th-Joshua Dixon. the Jack Bennys; 1st-James Bartley, 2nd-Lamar Red- Srd-Llnda Eddins, 4th-Judy Ring 5th-Susie Fisher 6th-
by Lloyd Allen, the club presented their 1982 queen In the Fingerlings; 1st-Kelly Dijon, 2nd-Bridget- Barbour, dish 3rd-Buck Woolard, 4th-Billy Evans.5th-Harry Collier. Sandi Browning.In .
Lori Smith with a trophy in appreciation of her last year of 3rd-Jenny Krolikowski, 4th-Melissa Odom, 5th-Lisa Davis; 6th-Eddie O'Steen. the Seniors; 1st-Ed Carline, 2nd-Ed Williams, 3rd-
service. 6th-KIla Sparks.In In the second event of the day the baskets, the winners. Bobby Criekz, 4th-James Mosley, 5th-Ricky Ellington 6th-
'The club's queen for 1983; Claire Winkler;.was presented. the Small Fry Girls; Ist-Cindy Dukes; 2nd-Lori Woods; were: David Dixon.
with,a bouquet of red roses and a crown. 3rd-Karen Sherman, 4th-Becky Burney, 5th-Kristy Sparks, In the Toddlers; 1st-Travis Rogers, 2nd-Jason Grubb, 3rd-
Palmer Williams and R.M. Hersey Jr., were presented 6th-Jana Lester.In Lacey ,Cannon, 4th-Joshifa Dixon, 5thJR. Stevens 6th- See... Roping Results
with,plaques of appreciation for their work and support for, the Small Fry Boys; 18t- evin Odom, 2nd-Jeff Everett, Amanda Griffis. pages

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VChurch, Organtizat1ofis'q; for Wednesday from 7., p.m loth clone ore held at the Gainesville High School lice. which I I. open from V ..m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and for one hour
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>>/X", Welghtwatcher Club..; 1.I 'beginning;;i Tn < yo'tone' Height' an Tueiday evening at, .\ ,call.the country club,ot 944-3S4I. a lUPSiJli'< Ws'1': ; 'V.i'" "*. be staged at the Government Houte aero**the. street from...downtown plaxa!In,St.
7 p.rrf. at ....Woman' Club and tn Stark en Monday night of,6:30: p.m. pnd Thur ; ,Augustine' beginning at V p.m. *' '
Jlay morning at,9:30 a.m'at St. Edword':,.Catholic Church. Call Peggy Register ...Cultural Events .1 C;?;' ; -.n vj.v. ,,. ,, Other evening, performancM are !'r! IS, 23. 7S and-
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Strawberry Swinger:.* a local;, 'iquoredbnclng:' 'club, done /.v.ry flr.f. 'and' third ;F.rtd., Pleyer* begin;; Summer.__...The Mrldq Players Circle, a support group < Thursday beginning at 6 p.m. at the Stork Mownlc lodge at W".t Call and Orange- -'fW the Unlvenlty Florida'. Theatre Department. ..... announced.Its I2t t Annual ,. ,I j'i "TIM WI..... at Of lotutlond School preent a ploy for, children; Saturday at the
,S.,.......Jerry./'"'..". ol Jotknoovlll I. the caller. !v ryon. I I. Invited' to: find out 1 Summer.. Repertory for 1983 beginning' with.performance of the long running IrocKII Colne vllle Community Playhouse at 2 and 4 p.m. Ticket are O for adult and,l for
more, 'v> '.,'! ,i'YI, H. I way monica'' hit "Pipp""'- a' the. un..ty. Jay :,..1chlld.Ceoll' ',I-4W-37M" far further .Inlormotton. V -*,.A ". .' {
Community Art Ckn***.( have"bom9,added la tn* Alochoa I fcounty'i;. 1 i:Community Jhe theatre; group'' ummef'teoMn Include' Iwo dramas and two fully ttoged > d. i'"i I .
IducatkHT progranv'' .Stlmmer" _m. Th.claii "Animation and Lif. Drawing' named .mu.icolm, continuing ofl r'Pippin with Tenneee Williams''1_,Bird of Youtn'. 'North norWe. [ CIa....... 0.......SecIety.wlllloagl" In Goloersllle at Hie Unlvenlty. of
'after It* Walt DI...." styli ocllort drwWhBwlll be h.W TuMdoy'. front 7.9 p.m. Lonford' WlI.....'*."RI....... of Eldritch" and conclude with... hit musical"Working"* i Florida Fine! Art building! Sunday at I p.rv ., '.
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Herpitolomst Maynard Cox tells Rotarians to ''run"the other ,way!'

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,,, .Bv:!! Linda Wharton4STaffWrlterq ',. 'T 1111 t ; C He fays'the Black] vVt'iow spldw.bile' live.fhi. dill8 > bila : ody /Mff.ml'ij jrr.-m bl\. ir f O In' snakes

.,"'.. \ .consultant i> I.'J I, '.tktJlI8ttik.''Cole 1 ; showed; '.ri@y lfdeb(qtsye, desci"'at 'L.'rJt r JsthQijbtai, bite*UJ'b*recognized ta'Ken cra'tisi'*fiproperly.This o4At f : l I 10 tt""Dl t J.ln...... ,...kY"., '10&t&i&isohoVslkkSs" d He of biti itd JWG'fields of
Maynard Cox a qualified Ji inn IY, E I
three hole In the skin. %t Sis !
various snakes puncture well as areaeanh
in the McCultough method of poisonous indigenous country as a hobby riW1eniln the
agressive serum therapy for snakebites tq this area,,and told bow pi ,ytpers\ "If: you don't,know what,to look tort Then the third stage if It still gas ; project inCollege. His h fIIit3> u.P4>.w ; i feels. Is Me.pAwg fal'iM -
and a herpatologist, straightened -' such as the rattle snake,cotton mouth you,bettek;get;to someoift! .wh, dpp ,;! Whir tyd c //no i ack'with''awts' researchcellular; tow IrtvtfwBdfhUrtBn'plwd", F ; 1 i jOtlmr'known snake
orwatermqccasia,which is.one lit.the says Cjo" in'btlase lMfr'tr; CJ Tref .d ilr e' :
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Rotarians'andtheir Cox ,
Keystone Heights i t : sAv r .1'' ( t I' = U 1.I.rr alYd fIp (oM J',he has had no
guests out on several snake lore same\ ,can b recognized.,Hesays( tone His advise on tick bites -*'Y'color ; I ( I.M/ _I' I, floss ,. ont 'i !' :g t> ; ,mortality)and that
myths and told them the of "do's and. can't alvyayarely( 0,,. the cojor,or ful. lick; is to mark the event on your 'I'' make-up.\.;; 1. I'Hefholds1 I-! ''UI":'av tll4J1 .itsl i istay with this
don'ts" about snake bite treatment. rattles of a snake for}its identity, ,., ,, .... ,. '" I .1 !" I lie' also advisfes'( ; That Ud 'best : ah AsWfaifc'of ;$!tlehcj! ) \rtent nC\Jt to
,The difference In ,poisonous and method of tick removal:is with clear l> rne'! from1 Ftoirida'JuJijotf' Collegeof ) ::: : usually no
Cox; In his fast and humorous come ,
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the best thing to do non-poisonous pit vipers is the pupils ; jpolish, 't'recommend/ Jacksonvlto in Medlcalf Laboratory
mentary says of.their where thoirnostrils after the bite" e'' f."J ampislphenfque'Me l DII\.I| IUc"Te hnI 'D\lrlng'tlMt t { ls'method: has lessened the
snake U to' the eyes e If. 'fff ,
when'you see a run. nn.wetted .tick.< H it is, not uiicdramon ... liiJeeafiurb.r'1 tteg ) antes loss of limb as had been ex
other way. located and whether they,have teethor / r plef4foreta says It Ute- ,-'" r .". '1' ./ Cour! 0f his giddy/ ', researched metHdd:t}>:of MttggrfessiVe perienced before this method of treatintent -

He says the best thing to do when is elliptical fangs. Poisonous pupil .(slanted snakeshave'the) aoo ,non- tick bite, and:i think the fever,1s caused ror"several'yeaVs' has'been snake' bite,serum treatment therapy.known; M the,, was used," Cox says.
person U bitten by a snake is to treat : 'J Under lae f Cox is in charge of the snake bite
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the patient for shock and get them to poisonous; the round pupiL. : ,1Ir.ne1'! 'herpatologist'; and. t atlds' McCulloUKb Theory. : fcllnlc at Naval Air Station in Jackson
the nearest snake' bite' treatment U the head is gone, Cox says the .Sjnce imo Cox, has assisted many IvUle! In conjunction with Arthur
underside of the snake Is another '
center. The closest in this Is the way physicians
in the treatment of snake Rehme, M.D. Cox and has lectured at
Orange Park Community Hospital to identify either poisonous ,or,non- bit* victims ranging in severity from Bethesda Naval Hospital on this sub
located in the north end of Clay coun- poisonous.Poisonous snakes have, a, rather noninvenomated massively, In- ject. He has been called upon to assist
tv- venomated bites with reactions ranging physicians in hospitals all over the
stubby tail with single across
"There are 19 doctors who have the underside of the belly and tail. from BO. 'reaction to. severe, state in treating&snake bite victims.
been trained to recognize the type of Non-poisonous snakes can be Iden- anaphlaxs.|
bite and know exactly what to do," tified by the divided bands and a long, As a result of this,Cox has authored SUNSHINE
Cox says. skinny whip-like tail. The Protocol for the Emergency
He stresses the Importance of going Room Treatment'\ and, tfotpital- Plant Nursery
to a snake bite center where there are Cox says the snake bite feels like a Management of Snake Bite Victims\ ( ,. 'sa N. of Melrose
people trained in this area of treat red hot cigarette burn that does not go This publication Is used as a guide for 21-475-1654

ment. away. emergency, room workers and doctors. of
He also says that It Is unnecessary'for Urge Sitocnon
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take it with him to the hospital..' Cullough method, which goes for k Na fi y1 TREES
around f10 a dose, comes from horses ; J
Cox says tne type ot Date can readily'be that are injected with snake venom ''Thank You Shrubs
identified and the seriousness of Cox explained. He says there is very the'trlends Houseplants
the bite can be determined from the little! allergic reactions to this venon For all and neighbors of Many on
symptoms. Cox pointed out that in 40 because it is so,well purified. Robert Howard Cook, during his illness
percent of snake bite cases by r 9 and death.,. ,Sail
poisonous snakes,no venum is passed Cox Is not only an authority on 1 r .AFrlend
at all and that in 85 percent of the snakes, he is also an authority on
bites, not enough venom is injected to spider and tick bites.
cause a big problem.
He says there have been 26 cases
He says the worst complications reported in Florida in the last two ,Attention Unemployed or
arising from snake bites are the cuts years of bites from the BrownRecluse
inflicted by a well meaning first aider or House Spider, which can Under-Employed VeteransThe
in an attempt to get the venum out. be Identified by the violin figure on his .,
And also the application of tourni- back. He says these are very common
quets which cuts off the blood supply around the house and are brought in
and can and does in some cases, by fruit transport. He says he has no a.. sr.n Veterans Certification Office at
result in the loss of a limb. proof of any colony here in Florida.
Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Center wishes to
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| He dismissed the theory that in Cox says the bite is so benign that extension of the G.I.
don't llerpilologlsl Maynard Cox discusses his lecture with Keystone Heights announce. an Bill
|order to get coral snake venum in- many people realize they have rotarian Paul Newell.
Ejected the victim must be "grasped been bitten until later. This is not Cox discussed how to Identify various kinds of snakes and went over the dif- Education Benefits Program. This extension
chewed on" by the coral snake. fatal Cox says, but very painful.
land approaches to treating snakebites the wild. is specifically veterans who have

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I Elder and Mrs. Walter Swan,are currently countries where the church ;has' '. Carpet. Cleaning :&. Dye, ,:Ca.964'S93t ." 'AIR.CONDITIONING BONANZA
serving in the Starke area as organized congregations.
... missionaries of the Church of Jesus The part-time missionaries are permanent ,' '
E Christ of Latter Day residents of the communitywho .. "' 'e.--sr .
E SaintsMormdn). devote time each week to explaining FREE Estimates:: .*'. 24 Hr. Service; A Satisfaction Guaranteed'1st '', .- '- '
: Swan Is a retired plastering contractor the church's beliefs, prin- I
i and he and Mrs. Swan have ciples and practices to people who in-' 'I
It both been active in their church for terested. t I., 11'11I; '
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I! more than 26 years. ''I ... : :

t church Mrs. organist Swan has and served has held as various as a ; Annual. Flea. Market &': \ ., > :.'-'to-r' J .,>IIt ,, .. .AHf.'...". '' lW,'

I leadership and teaching positions in 't "" .12,OOOBTU' 5,000 BTU '006 :
21 BTU
the church. Swan has also held HIGH EFFICIENCY i EASY INSTALLATION,, ,
various teaching positions and leader- REMODELINGM1 : 0.J KR 1)5,VCXT, ,5.6 EU.\15 firma HIGH EFFICIENCY
7.5 WI 230 vat
ship posts and has served as a part "
15 time missionary for many years. <1"'t' I M98 $188 $648
=: The Swans are two of nearly 30,000 "-,.-1"at -
e missionaries serving the Church of ,
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in :';;; : I" ; 14*_taiitCmHtJ- 'free'-
188 missions around the world. : !-p'ot"; i' Delivery:
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the of the *
Most missionaries are .. : JtofctaOWkmrir 1.3 ,
young men who donate 18 months of ; .: j f. ; 'x.it r 'In wiaaf tole :,,;

their time to help explain the church's : '.
teaching to those interested in learning :'.STARKE MOTSaturday / .
them.The church also has many \
older couples who also serve as full ,
time missions at their own expensefor t t
periods of six to 13 months.:The .lti'iy .2
force also includes ,
missionary many'single'men
aDd 'women.,, All of thechurch's ... ""_d.Js' ''1M<, ".JJf:: ;"" '" i 83 J lY1t/GdilirL/ 'lift ,gcda
missionaries serve without Jr i : ;''m x acrvser bY se 89 BTU o BTU,
9,000 .
4).m. BTU 1
I 'salaries and they and their families'and !aem. TO ::: ... ,.. !. n i :.
ik' '" frn-iH.li"L1}> : TABLE
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:, friends pay. their expenses on the t'it""f' ?,.. ''f,," ... ,., ,.,, ..$'" ,41 "' .fiP.1"8 IEER A 11 Ys ti serEffleJaifnsvo ,

mission church'field. : ALL;SALESTINALfrn.! oilwteaLiiL VCiLTa ,
The missionary program i : \' ; : : IIt *
" also Includes part-time missionaries. \ ,. "It.,' -', .... ... \ .. .. 1f 598 I,

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We dfll truly thank all of our family' !J. iI' '<: : ... f'tt 9 .<< : :) ,.
and friends for the many acts of love ,,, .. I'h" Ii :1Irth.., .> )JO'fC; .
" through* your cards, food flowers, .
,prayers and kind words of sympathy.'> .. n x r.A f rye
,, You have given the love and!support -(.. 1 r "STAOKEM T'
that was greatly needed and we '
appreciate your thoughtfumes 332 VI.:
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singer from Bradford (County" snay". repentlyr'-.been.-' Informed .that ,the nearly all his life.'... have been sing solos. parade, sightseeing and attending a;
soon be 00 his. way to Carnegie; Ha asa Academy considering him to per log since I was seven and taking sing He is performing in the BradfordCommuriltry Wayne Newton concert.
participant,in a'concert .tour;,;of form solos during the tour. ing lessons since I was .0. I first took Players production of the After,Washington, the tour returns,
American youth which will, taker in Lee needs,about$3.000 by June 28th piano lessons at eight and then dropped musical Guys and Dolls" at the to New. York to perform at St..
New Yort.W.shitylteq| &.C;:,and nine In order 'to make the trip. He. was it for a while and took It up again Starke Country Club. Lee plays the Patrick's Cathedral and to leave for
E : II. T awarded ,a tSOO.\ scholarship by'.the three or four years ago."he laid roll of Brandybottle Bates in the London. In Europe,a 23-day pro..m.
fP'IiM! has beep, chosen 6- Academy toward atmthe Lee was a member of the Bradford ;'musical. of rehearsals, sightseeing and concerts -
form with -'America1: Youth,in; fund has beep set up Ida High School band'and played the tuba Lee plans to go to Florida State and wil! tahe in fingtond (London),
Concert" program u o .d by the Bank at Starke under Lee Davis,All- and the xylephone. He was also tenor loafer In music. "I would like to teach France (Paris and Strasbourg),.
Universal Academy for,Music.Accor American Youth Choir Participant. one in the Bradford High School music on the college level be said. Switzerland Lucerne), the French
ding to Lynn S. G ddIII President of. So far.,Lee estimate that he has, been chol'Uland was selected as a memberof The concert tour will begin on June Riviera (Nice and Monaco) and Italy
tha Universal Academy her Music the able to raise about 2000.." the All-State Chorus this year. 29 with three days of intensive rehearsals (Venice: Florence and Rome).
program'was ''founded 1WQ W emphasize Anyone who would like-to' make.a' He went to the district vocal and and Instruction at Rider CollegeIn VI am looking forward to seeing
the good aspect* of America contribution 'to' help enable this piano contest this year and received Lawrenceville N.J. From New Paris most. ,IBid Lee. The tour will
and the achievements and dedicationof talented young man to'represent( superior rating the highest rating Jersey the students will go to New spend three days in Paris and will
outstanding ''young''music. : ; America'and Bradford County can that.Is awarded at the contest,for his York for the concert at Carnegie Hall. give a concert at Verrleres and at the
u contact''the Plorldaank: by:June .vocal solos and his piano solos. He After spending only one day in New Notre Dame Cathedral.The .
Lee Davis Lee 'U'onof) \ cnJy'rOU Florida! 28th. : ; '"-' then went on to 'the state contest York the students will go toWashington concert tour will return to the
America's.Youth In Concert Tour youths who\ were chowen to"peer6 'Led plays the piano and sings tenor? 'where! he received an excellent rating. D.C. where they will United: States on July 29.

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I Hundreds of Tri>pii08" .GiVfcn to Members; of: ,Roping dubs in Frolic I

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In the Grade Aliens; Ist-Martha Norsworthy, 2nd& n IB the Junior Boys: Ist-Jeff Clemons,2mkJohn Cason,SroV In the Small Fry Girls; lat-Kathy Worthington, 2nd-Tina The final event was the Cloverleaf and the. place winners
Clark, 3rd-Evelyn Rudd\ 4th-Jeannie Maurice, Sth-HUda,' ,Scott: Robinetto, 4th-Marty. Lawson, Sth-Ray Parnell* th-: Woolard, 3rd-T.G. Hagan 4tn-Cindy Dukes Sth-Tiffanie were:
Whiting 6th-Brenda Woolard.In Billy Ray Lindsey 1 11 Ragan, eth-Yvonne Freeman. In the Toddlers; Ist-Ryan Worthington 2nd-Travis
the Jack BennY i Ist-J.T. Bass, Znd-Lamar Reddish,, In the Powder Puffs; Ist-Melanle Pringle,2nd-Judy Ring; In the Small Fry Boys; Ist-David Lizenbee, 2nd-Judson Rogers 3rd-Stacey Moore. 4th-Buffy Lynn Motes 5th-
Srd-Buck Woolard,4th-Harry Collier 5th-Swede Blom,6th- ,.Srd-Suste Fisher 4th-Betty Ramey, ftth-Me) Ellington, 6tS- Woolard, Srd-Kevin Odom, 4th-Robbie Martin, 5th-Eddy. Mandy Suber eth-Lncy Canon. .
.Robert Jordan. Linda Eddlns. Sigmund,6th-B.B. Rogers. In the Fingerlings; Ist-Llsa Smith 2nd-Jenny Krolikowski.
The third event was the Texas Barrel Weave and the In the Seniors; Ut-Danny Bass 2nd-Bob Grubb, 3rdFred'.AndersonAlir4en In the Junior Girls; Ist-Sheilah Burr 2nd-Barbar Parnell 3rd-Chad Barbour 4th-Amy Blanton. 5th-Michelle Cumm-
place winners were: Shelton,. 5th-Derin Graham,. 6tM3ary, 3rd-Abble Pickett. 4th-Pam Clifton Sth-Rhonda Davis,6th- ings 6th-Denise Canon. '
In the Toddlers; Ist-Stacey Moore 2nd-Ryan Worthington, Miller;. Hope Martin. In the Small Fry Girls: Ist-Tlna Woolard 2nd-T.G. Hagan
3rd-Travls Rogers 4th-Buffy Lynn Motes Sth-Jinny In the Grade Aliens;' Ist-Jeannle Maurice,' 2nd-Martha-\ In the Junior Boys? Ist-Jeff Clemens, 2nd-Jeff Rayburn 3rd-Tiffanie Ragan 4th-Karen Morgan 5th-Cindy Dukes.

Craven eth-Joehua Dixon Norsworthy, 3rd-Evelyn Rudd,, 4th-Brenda. Woolard. 5th*:' 3rd-Marty Lawson,4th-Jackie Clifton, 5th-Aaron Mathews, 6th-Kathy Worthington.In .
.In the Flngerlings; Ist-Llsa Smith, Sod-BridgetBarbour,. .Jean Clark, 6th-HUda Wyton. '. j 6Ut-John Cason. the Small Fry Boys; Ist-David Lizenbee 2nd-Dean
'.Srd-Kelly Dixon,4 eJU1Y Krollkowski,5th-Chad Barbour, In the Jack Bennys; Ist-Fred Grimstead,2nd-Rosco Seay; In the Powder Puffs; Ist-Dianne Herring 2nd-Judy Ring Gearheart 3rd-Eddle Siegmund 4th-Guy Brewer, 5th-Jeff
6th-Amy Blanton. SnMames Bartley.4th-Lamar Reddish,Sth-Buck Woolard. 3rd-Llz O'Steen 4th-Jean Clark 5th-Mel Ellington, .6th- Everett, 6th-Bud Deese.In .
v In the Small Fry Girls; Ut-Tiffanle Ragan-,-, tod-Lisa 8tb-G4Mll'tle CIeveI8nd.' Susie Fisher. the Junior Girls; Ist-Barbara Parnell, 2nd-Marty
Mathls, Srd-Clndy Clifton 4th-T.G., Hagan 'Btn-Betb The fourth event was the Arena Race and the place wink!, In the Seniors; Ist-Ed Williams 2nd-AUen Hart 3rd-Ben Hunter. 3rd-Hope Martin, 4th-Abbie Pickett, 5th-Pam Clifton
Williamson, 6th-Kathy Worthington.In '" ,Man were: Shelton 4th-Danny Bass, 5th-Ed Carline, 6th-Gary Miller. eth-Donna Dorminey.
the Small Fry Boys; Ut-David Lizenbee, Snd-Kevin In the Toddlers; Ist-Ryan Worthington,2nd-Jinny Craven,. In the Grade Aliens; IsUJean Clark,2nd-Martha Norswor In the Junior Boys; Ist-Jeff Clemens 2nd-John Cason 3rd-
Odom, ard-Wesley Lester, 4th-Eddy Sigmund, Bth-Judson: 3rd-Travis Rogers 4th-Stacey Moore' 5thJasonGrubb. thy 3rd-Evelyn Rudd, 4th-Jeannie Maurice, 5thBrenda Marty Lawson, 4th-Scott Robinette, 5th-David Motes, 6th-
?Woolard 6th-Jeff Everett. .6th-Betty Lynn Motes. Woolard, tth-Marianne Pringle.In David Sherman.In .
In the Junior Girls; IstrPam Clifton, and-Barbara Parnell, In the Jl'lngerllnp.I.t-LIsa; Smith, 2nd-Bridgett Barbour., the Jack Bennys; IsW.'!'. Bass 2nd-Roscoe Seay 3rd- the Powder Puffs; Ist-Sandl Melvin 2nd-Melinda Hart
3rd-Sheilah Burr, 4th-Abbie Pickett, 5th-Angle Dukes, 8th- Srd-Kelly Dixon 4th-Laura. Holland, 5th-Jenny James Bartley 4th-Fred Grimstead Sth-Lamar Reddish,' 3rd-Sandy Browning 4th-Betty Ramey Sth-Karen Reddish.
Hope Martin. 1Crollkow ld. th-Chad Barbour. 6th-George Cleveland. 8'h-Kathy Miller. _
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Christian' Service Camp> Open ,,
\ I III jams
.. Wolbert: Pleads' No 'Contest TheMeat
By Doris Overstreet '
entering this fall. The
BCT Staff grades 8 and 9
ServiceCamp .theme to to be a Blessing,"*' Store
North Florida Christian Former Starke attorney ''JesseJames restitution hearing and'that Wolbert
and the dean .is Curt Morelock.
,located off SR-109 on CR-214 on July 17-22-MWdler II Week 'foryounp.er1l i Wolbert pleaded no contest probably will have to pay two other
Lake Johnson has begun its summer Tuesday June Jlr to .grand theft'persons about$3,000 for unauthorized
entering grades 4 and 8'
activities. charges -accepting $17,160 hi payment |expenditures of their 105 Edwards Road
Christian this fall.The theme wlU be"Growing( .
'The owned by
cam .'
for- mobile home
clients ; Judge Crews continued Wolbert's
in Falth with Art Peterson as dean:. OPEN 8:30-7 Mon.-Sat.
Churches In North Florida and r'
without;transferring title of. owner .:$40,000 bond and ordfered that former
Trip-For those
chartered In 1949, can accommodate lhIp. attorney report his whereabouts Food Stamps Welcomed 964-8290
125 children with one counselor per 10 of young age people through who,,college are at age 11'Monty years.,' Circuit,'Judge'' John" J., Crews >' every Iff days, Elwell said Starke -
kids. The counselors are volunteers adjudication of pending'L
guilt '
Lamb will serve as dean. A nolo contendre Quality Rights ReservedWE'RE
from the churches and there are two a check ,of Wolbert's '-background : plea which
paid staff workers'a life guard and JulySlAug.SJunlorllWeekForthose : assistant state Tom Elwell Wolbert entered admits guilt of the'
assistant cook. who Will, be entering grades, ,. ': .attorney... .- **. '.charge and thrown a dpfenrtart on the
<< \It1 "
Can Cc- rdlr.t6rS,Bob and Joyce and 7 rh*!t.lilk: 1'1': *I' -t"v.; : ,

Hodge..who have been with the camp Into HIA iicertga"' VkiiMicinfiloor&w : fine;Elwell'sa The plea 'cancels the June 27 trial I FARM

for four derived years from explains the that is used the dean.August t' Y-tJ-WUderness-Yoi< ;: ;; ng. I Elwell says. "the state ;.will' nI.J\ d:',I set fort W lbertIf. FRESH A W- 0k"i E i i.orate.

money mission camp people between the rtes of SI and' l . I \ ...;:" .
support programs. Inclu lively""mn l thiwe k..T.IMI .. ... .. ""
mIre "to,tto;meeVt .re= \,,.\ ;for taeWifefcwlfl W Bid ttd*<... .

._. needs of r the young people. A canteen, "r'Anguptd14.1R-s t r" >
which makes available soft drinks, \ Stalk
01 age oroldeti. 3ean,+v1U iqb
candy; snacks and crafts Is open ;. I

briefly each day. Hod A tedies retreat will be held sit'the
There is a nurse on duty at all times SMALL RED BUSSPotatoes.
.September- >and 171'and'
and the 'doctor is Dr. Bill'Patray camp
of Keystone. .men I retre ,will be.held.September Ib16cj

The fee for all weeks of camp Is$40 23.,.For and further 24.] 'defer niilori regardingcamp I . .
except Scamp Camp which is $17.50 -=
caU,473281 or.473-1000.
All campers must have a completely ; please.
filled in registration card signed by .SPANISH !Ij '
their parent or guardian before they ,,,,,
will be allowed to participate: In the : STEEL, BUILDINGS .15 '
camp program. Campers will be accepted < 1 t I :; -f Onions. .'y.
weeks firstrcome, '. : . .. . \ ,
for on a AN :dlrsctT
first-served basis without regard to uy.. horrteowsher for thi i, syifemi '
race color or national origin. II'NO ia: >..:tiisqt.: /..;., ' SLICED;

,; Campers should bring with them Other stew availablei MARKET

the following: Bible, pencil or pen, c.I ..a....t assa4iF.aer s, '
notepad, bedsheets blanket or sleep BACON
ing bag pillow toilet articles towels ,./ ,, '.
washcloths spending money. missions ',

money, ,swimsuit casual ILORIDATH2ATRS Carrier lflffe [ is
> clothing dress clothing, a ball glove f V91CSMOKED
musical Instruments, cameras SiAshoes. .
Campers are expected to arrive Stark. 9&4-S451
', between 3-5 p.m. on the day.their
camp program begins and are asked :Friday A Satirt'iey.
to check in at the registration table'before SAUSAGE
'. taking their belongings to the :Sava"'" stemsSYrI'r ,
dorms. Camp over at 3 p.m.Friday '
and parents need, to meet. 'this s 1.4 9

,schedule. Campers signed up for \Mni,..Two>g.Due" lb.I .
whole week are expected to stay the
full term. I SKINNED & DEVEINED '
."' The following ,Ia..a schedule of
< events for the remaining weeks: Beef Liver.-t..lb.79C
.. June 26-July 1-For young people .
-;who will be entering grades 6 and 7 ,
,1 this tall.The theme is>Shape Into His LEAN,

Likeness/' Dean for the week. is Mike"uly& BONUS! *
.I !. : Stew Meat, 1.99
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:.SCAMP CAMP-Deslgned ... .. *,
the needs of those peo- ... ..,........
to meet young ; $SOor $1CX) ,
pie who will be entering grade :t this'fall.
i! It Is a partial week of camp fortbo8ewbohaveneverbeeAaway ,US SAVING BONDS' FRYER I, : If': t
from. : St rk94'frj. )+7 alt Q ,JUO BOND,WITH PURCHASE 38QB ;' '
home in environment. The "" 100 OF Quarters ham!
a .camp j .' .BOND WITH PURCHASE J8QF Leg '
dean will bo Mike Duffer. .' I. I .:
.July NMS-Junior High Week of .

,.camp.for'the.young people-who will. be / w pHVf VR '2fl87r92Qt21,19% interest 69
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Ham Radio:Field ': \to'UI' : ..

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f annual alellr"'il m"Radio' .. .'.r.O,....;a"A"A. t0UNy i "a ] .! TsaN',: "' Marks 4sif-814!
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will be held aea Pt.,, f1 :
Field DAy activities arrrC'r"e.f "
... i BEEF
: bur this year em Sft..21B at Santa F11. "Sii ""Oril : t I .:.. .Jr'kaur;Eel ttLhbOrlcoocl < ,,... It '. -

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Town: Renegades, will set clubsIs". < ', L $1' is;2"9"I.
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designed to tat hoW quIckly a. o Shoulder Roast, ; 1.59
eiently.Ilam..radloopeeators can ..
up equipment -and provide,.corn: i' Risk ,'
munications under emerlenc.eocacMtlonl. .. .

Bradford. according t ty deputy\to Paul sheriff; Stegall.and a tioi er r+ w1wit, 0rtulfdnCiuQk) l 1.,4-: ,-169TWHttY. :'

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I Citizens. MnstProldtl: :'!Jeir n: Emergency( ; e ':'\\l; : : "

''' n't aa'; it '$' f 1 k f
Marcia Goodge. ; : a grill or stove, matches fuel l' cooking I utensils! can opener,killi flashlight '.' MVO!r G yt,
ocr Sun Writer ;. .with batteries, candles, sleeping bags extra blankets 'valuable documents,: Y Ir h tf
: pens, pencils, and book to help the time .
money or
paper games pass
and !
Civil defense has faded in popularity in late yean ;due to a lack of sup

port from the nubile. t hfvll! i defense proprprn ,In Bradford County,is almost .Many (ltlnpr''ItiPei' : i rf !.Rhpif"r| :$rp AviIIlnhle.!' "

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not enough w for the pubhc'savs; U M.-V1 Jerry 4 Thompson; S:; ,V director.Kt''Vlt'of*civil/V- defense;;: *for*- mines 10, tunnels.j, pier/ ends, grease fc' }pits, fox holes" w-'b: t-;;Any 4i shelter vw '- t --is 4*-better'

Bradford County than no shelter In the. vase.. of an attack ..
Although natural disasters are more' likely to occur than a nuclear/attack, If nothing else is available get' undttr' t.large table' and around '
the attack Is a possibility and most people don't know how to react in the case and aver it, like appliances boxes of'earth a or furniture.pile. things up. -
of a nuclear emergency. The shelter described in this
article can be reinforced! by the use of small
There Is a severe shortage of public fallout shelters in Bradford, not even> trees or 1 logs as side support or roof;: '.
Enough shelters for the residents, much less the estimated 42,400 people that
It ia not likely that an attack will come without
will be evacuated into the county from higher-risk areas in the event of an at-: of emergency! shelter can be found'TIle most important prior warning points to remember some type

tack."fhe I ,are critical supplies>like food and water and to stay In the shelter around the ,f t
dead center ,
decent fallout shelters in the
only really public county are
for three out
daya Venture if for only 30 minutes
per day for 10 days
of the new courthouse and In the bank vaults says Thompson. 'after that.Bradford. ': '
The answer to this problem is for the citizens to provide shelters for .
themselves. The ideal solution would be to build permanent! fallout shelter,
County is not a target area, so shelter can be sought here without'
however don't and don'thave .
on your own property, many people own property ,evacuating to another location. "' .
the resources with which to build shelter. However, it possible to,' ,
build emergency shelters that can save lives,'' if you know how. Area Civil Defense Has Plan' Available
Several types of shelters can be built; Including permanent shelters of concrete -
and block. However, these can be somewhat expensive and while they Plans for these and many other'tYPes of shelters Including above-ground
would afford great deal of. protection many people would prefer to get permanent shelters"are available at the Regional civil Defense building on .
emergency shelter. .' Edwards Road in Starke'They are free to anyone who would,like them. The A, Ridgepole Shelter.*
Many types of emergency sheller. lean be made, but there is one type, that is regional office also has a lot of other useful information for people interested Another type of shelter thai Is often used I* a ridgepole shelter: Small logs-
both simple and effective. In protecting their families,.,not only, from nuclear fallout but from natural are used to furnish the support for the dirt roof. Plans for this and other type*;;
disasters. well. t .*. of shelters: are available through the regional civil defense office.
A Simple and Effective Fallout Shelter / .,' : :' :-
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The simplest shelter advocated at present is 'trench covered with wood', ,... :, .. ,:; .r' \ .
planking and earth. A trench measuring four feet deep and three feet wide I
should be dug at a place where the water table to not too close to the surface. : ; : ',
The trench should slope inward the bottom; but only slightly. ; ; GIVING! IN, .SHELTER-) : '

The trench should be covered by the doors that have been taken off of a .,.. ,.; i "
house. (Either interior or exterior doors.) The length should measure one : : ::" : l .
door-width per person. A door Is approximately two and one-half feet wide. : .
A trench dug for a family of three would be four feet deep, three feet wide
and seven and one-half feet long. .
The floor should be slanted toward one'side and six-inch sump hole dug to :
help keep the shelter dry. '
One entrance should be dug at each end of the trench.Two are necessary for .
proper ventilation. The entrances should be two and one-half feet long, one' ,
and one-half feet wide and two feet deep. .
A trench for four people should be covered with five doors so that part of
each entrance is covered by a door. A sheet of plastic should be placed over :'e
the doors to prevent moisture from warping or breaking them. A thin coat of: .
earth should be applied to hold down the plastic while it is being covered and AIR
to prevent the heavier shovelfuls of earth from tearing the plastic. .
Sandbags should be placed on the doors near each entrance to prevent dirt
and water from getting into the shelter. Two feet of earth should be piled on
top of the doors and a small drainage ditch dug near each pile of sandbags (on. COOK
the side away from the entrance) to drain rainwater away JBlUlffBl
A six-inch mound of earth should be 'placed near the entrances and a'"' KaMpK
drainage ditch dug next to each mound (on the side away from the entrance).- HAND-FAN
Each entrance should be further covered with a tent to prevent the fallout '
dust from penetrating to the shelter. A tent can be made from a bedsheet and ,
two three-foot, tent poles, seven six-inch tent pegs and some type of heavy str- Dinner's. Served.4This .
Ing. Is i view of'a personcooking'
A wooden covering to the entrances'; should be constructed and should be' 'FOOD hamburgers at' the entrance, of ,a
about two feet by three feet and covered bye sandbag to help prevent fallout ridgepole shelter.yitlttn4'uhluui.u4.tt .
from coming In throught the entrance this covering will have to be used during
the worst periods of fallout. ? '

Everyone; have to rvmain'ht thti th, )lter 24 houraa day for tars tubsA.days. : I. "l..,. '
No one should venture out of the shelter for more than 30 minutes a day ,
for 10 days after that. At the end of that time, the shelter will need to be oc; 'These two-views (above and below i(show what life In one very effective typeof
fallout shelter would be,like. Since Jnternt In public: fallout shelters has
cupied for only 12 hours a day until they are Informed! it Is,safe,
:. faltered private.. ,citizens' will have, 'd>_t<*!.l1Jo'i'A provldesheltera. ',' like thesethemselves. ....tr .
Storage Holes Are Needed for Water '. I'' 'Y< "It' H. "
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.Af'feast two holes ,hour- be dug, one close to each entrance. One hole is to*" -tI
protect a water supply. Each person In the shelter needs' 1 gallon of drinking W
water per day. The water can be stored in plastic garbage cans lined with gar If, 'C"4L1.. : '' ,0(1.
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YOlishould store at least a two-week supply (15 gallons per person) because : DIRT ARCH'tVsEAI.fDIRT
that is approximately the length of time you should occupy. the shelter before, ; I. ). it itk
venturing out for any length of time. : li -J
Be sure to disinfect the can thoroughly and add two teaspoons of clorox y
bleach per every five gallons of water. A substitute for clorox.can be made, hf
but be sure the bleach is drinkable. J, '
The garbage can should have a lid and then be covered by a bedsheet and 0. ,
then buried under dirt. 3 T:---- err
A second hole for waste materials should be dug at least two-feet square and
two-feet deep near the second entrance since it will be unsafe to go outside to, /
dispose of waste for at least ten days after the attack: .. ,J k 7r yin 1v a

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Supplies for Two-Week Stay In Emergency Shelter: PLASTIC = ,,, AOOR

Some supplies are absolutely necessary while others are only recommend
ed. Necessary supplies Include a shovel,',doors (one per person plus one
extra), a plastic sheet, bedsheets for tents, pillowcases for sandbags, plastic
bags to keep sand out of food and water 5 tent pole (one extra, each three "
feet long), 15 six-inch tent pegs, 40 feet olheavy string, two 2x3 feet boards to .Another Type of Shelter. .
cover the entrances, water that clorox, a two-week supply of food and a first aid This U a aD slCype shelter that'Is eonstractod by ...IDII.f_poles la'the' :?
kit and any prescriptions are necessary to a member of the family. center which ,
lean against the sides the
.. of shelter and provide<< two feet of earth'
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Despite a 35 percent reduction in The national U 0.4 S5il f"that ouNatato markets : -. \ '.j, ,< '
average percent- percent, or percent f.higher (Khan it retgahXeplan' Jclud..Georata"/ North-Carolina-TenW ;brucellosis is one of the:
the number of herds infected with the- with infected herds among thenation's ,is now. % f. 7 to Florida cattie: ? i Fnessee, Mississippi,r Wiscon, Cot .have reasons w r'
cattle disease brucelosis, Florida remains estimated 1,708,817 herds. Florida individual cattta Infection'rate ., ,"There U:It: growing trend,that,. orado Nebraska and Idaho. Canada; an now accelerated,'!said Dr.eradication'program *Wfi'-,'
the country's most infected Brucellosis U a contagious disease in the,meantime baa dropped Estates are once again becoming\ very ',embargoed Texas cattle Juno 2%.. : must now continue to Campbell show '
state, according to the U.S. Depart- of cattle that causes cows to fail to from 3.0 percent to 1.8 percent since acooperatlv. leery 'of laklng-cattle from state's ,. ""TireaU: in. recent >ear. .-of, em-4 :in ourprogram and continue progress to "
ment of Agriculture.) conceive; abort or bear. weakened .' State/Federal- With high infection rates.actions bo- eon
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Florida cattle of-, vlnce other .
In a federal report released this calves The disease costs Florida producers celerated eradication program was Mgr taken against Texas area good .- states! of,that,progress,";" ,
week, Florida is at the bottom of the more than $5 million in !' .' 'r : ',
annually launched October, iwo., example, noted Dr.Campbell ; 11 I .
list with a herd Infection rate of 4.4 in lost calf crops alone. "I consider these all very encourag' ";-.Texas cattle have been quarantined,, J
percent. The Sunshine State is follow' The federal report shows that 1,11 ing signs*! said State Veterinarian, by the federal government, live states "
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'News Briefs'* I

Lake Butler Man Ethridge. a 1981 Ford, driven by Hazel Marie Road in Starke was arrested at her Raiford, driving a 1973 Ford pickup, Washington and Walnut Sts. In Starke
Cited In Accident Warner was charged with no valid Allred, according to Patrolman home June 17 and charged with was westbound on C -mtW ,Jse. June. J9i-jTra*\ van them left the scene p( !i w
driver's license and careless driving. Richard Bennett. possession of more than 20 grams ac- lost control of his vehicle fend UK the' ) ,..ri aid!gtgglf le a-..;.
John' Russell Eddy. 30, of' Lake Damage to the Pontiac was $1.300. cording to Investigator Don Denton. roadway. The front of the vehicle'"cdrdirig' to Patrolman Pad T. !I
BuUer was cited for careless driving Damage to the Ford was $600 in the Following complaints of marijuana struck a tree In the June 16 accident Rhoden. I i I
June 15 In an accident<< according to LB Man Arrested! 10:20: a.m. accident. being sold at\the Old Lawtey Road ad- according to Trooper W.D. Langston. Lt. Lane SIbley and Trooper W. M. i
Trooper W.: D. Lansston, dreasr'' Starke Police assisted In jf! '' \nderson had n drinking an4<<\pere ] r Mfound the disabled van park-
A tractor-trailer truck'was"itiaklng .Fo ,Bad C11TC '+:4 4" ;. f qi.i:: tci "1 it;:,(search and- foundtol t\eiJOLII\it oftfnfrriH'juanaalready [ 1 A tiMW1d\nll\ ACresults/airief1.!; I i MJntHe bushes at Strickland's store
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a left turn off of CRmwhen It's Ronald Lee Ils : ,'fJ\\'Lilke ; e fg; { bagged for sale.ind ding to'Damage'di'e lac ccident repbrt < -afKingsley Lake. The driver, Rick I
trailer was truck by a 1975 Chevrolet Butler was arrested June IB and McCray was arrested, said Denton. to the pickup was $500. A Alan Gnann of Mlddleburg voluntarily I
'pickup truck driven by Eddy. charged with passing a worthless By, Hit ,and. Run Bond/ for the charge was set at fence also received $15 damage . returned to Starke for cnarges.I .
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Damage to the pickup was$50. The check : t $13.000.: MCCray was released'Artef ;Gnann was charged with leaving
struck ,
according to A I9fia: : ..
Deputy Sammy by vehicle
Podge a "
tractor-trailer truck, driven by Eunice. which ., shd posted a surety bond. ,: ,] ., 'the scene<< of an accident and disregarding -
of backed Into it.The driver of' < '. .
Phillip Johns Worthington Hit and Run
Springs, a traffic
Lewis is charged' with writing a the backing vehicle got out, looked at signal.
received WOO damage. worthless $100 check to Winn the Ran' and CaughtA Damage' to the van was $900.
Dixie. damage, then got Into his vehicle h' t'
Johns was cited for having no stop according to the arrest record. and left the scene. Driver Loses Cointrol Damage to the Chevrolet, driven by
light -' Bond Chevrolet van ran a stop sign Joanno F. Watson of Raiford, was
was set at when
$150 the The > driven by ,
Accident on CR-18A capias was issued. Lewis was released McBride Dodge McCloud of Starke Mary was' Mitchell. Lane Anderson.) 12, ''of and collided with a (07 Chevrolet at IVl5 iOO,'

Sends. Two to Hospital after he posted a $40 cash bond. stopped to let passengers out June 6 '"
on North Pine St., according ,to I
went oouutof'contro and Patrolman Richard Bennett. ,
l ran offclthe'
Following Too Closely' Damage to the Dodge was $1,750... ,
shoulder causing the occupants to be The driver of the hit and run vehicle TERWILlEGAR
ejected. Rescue, 51 responded taking Causes Accident was Identified as Henry French; by the' III am I
the driver' Angle Warner and A 1979 Pontiac struck': a, ,vehicle witnesses, according to the accident
passenger, Ethel Hutchins both of which had come to a fast stop for a report.;
Stark to Alachua General Hospital vehicle stopped for a traffic light, June MOTORS
June 12. 13. : Starke Woman Arrested
The accident occurred eight miles, Rhonda Lynn Hutcheson driving a
south of Lake Butler at 8118: p.m., ac1979 Pontiac, was cited for following Possessipn ChargeAnnie
,cording to' Patrolman 'Kenneth too closely when she failed to stop for T. McCray: of Old.Lawtey I WI.NOT BE 'UNDERSOLD I

1 Trial date set for Starke policemenA

1983 T-BBRDS I
27 trial date has been set for when Jackson's car struck a car percent. In Florida the Illegal blood ALL
two Starke policemen charged with driven by Atilla G. Toth, 76, who/ was alcohol level is .10 percent. .
manslaughter and vehicular killed In the accident.
homicide. Circuit Court Judge Jackson's speed estimated at Jackson submitted his resignationto
R. A; was the Starke $1400 Minimum Trade Allowance
Green,Jr denied a defense motion to 60 to 70 mph in the 43 mph speed zone. Miller police Department Nov.
the trial. Miller in 19. was suspended the same
delay was his pickup truck some
date without
Nelson "Sonny" Jackson of Lawtey' 150 feet behind Jackson at the time of pay.
and Jerry Miller of Brooker were off- the accident. A According to Assistant State 'At- 00000
vehicles driving their personal Jackson's blood alcohol level was torney Thomas M. Elwell, a lengthy -
on US-SC1 last November found to be .17 percent and Miller's trial.fa expected. -


I Old fashioned Fourth planned at White SpringsA

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fun-filled day''of family games folding chairs and blankets. Scheduled turn of the century popular songs; str-
and entertainment'la scheduled for to appear on this American music'program Ingband musicians The Suwannee
the annual Old Fashioned Fourth of will be the Cross Creek dog River Five Like Oak,will play for the r
July American Music Celebration gen high-stepping to the old-time sir- Suwannee diver Cloggers, White Springs -'
here at the Stephen Foster State Folk ingband music of the Bucksnort Barn- ,
Culture Center Secretary of State dance Band, both from Gainesville All day admission 'to' the Old
George Firestone announced recent- Marshall Dukes, Lake Butler and Fashioned Fourth of July American
ly. '. Ann Townsend, Palatka, will present Music Celebration Is$2 for adults and rids iS e s f
This >annual holiday celebration, Foster selections; The Dixie Jubilees, $1 for children ages 9-13 and includes
sponsored by the.Department of The Sunrise Singers, Jacksonville, all activities and special events ex-
State's Bureau of Florida Folklife and the Community Revival Center cluding boat ride on the Suwannee
assisted by the Division of Recreation Choir Lake City will present black River.
and Parks will mark the 207th anniversary ,gospel music; Marty Schuman "This Is a return to early American
of the United States as a na- Gainesville autoharplst, will presentpatriotic type family entertainment and I urge
tion and the 157th anniversary of the and Foster selections: ; Lan- as many Florldlana.as possible to
birth of Stephen C.Foster,July 4,1826 don I Walker:, bass, Walter paruii come enjoy the day, .said Secretary,
one of America's best loved 'com- guitar Dudley Paul, drums Firestone ALL 1983
JI08 rs. The double-barreled celebration Steve Smith saxophone and clarinet Stephen Foster State Folk Culture
will emphasize Foster and other Jacksonville, will present traditional( Center Is located on U.S. 41 In White
traditional American music as well as Jazz music; Lisa Martin and John Springs just 3 miles east of 1-75 via SR
.old-fashioned family activities. Johnson of Keystone Heights: will sing 138. CONVERTIBLES
The busy one-day celebration will I .
begin at 9:30 a.m. when the carillon ,

will center"ring'in a out 30-minute across bell the-recital 250-acre ofpaMpUiMund. : :, '.:$2000 ',Minimum Trade, Allowance

.Easter melodiM-At JO. 'l
family-games and contests willpart't110 .tvrt-MmsUl '1:>>..'#1 'aut l.toh'J.'II1t1I..U' '! "*
begtnrr'eVisitors4'may'. take.. M NG'.GLX'' bI'M01I' watermelon eating and seed spitting
contests, greased pole climb, three- CONVERTIBLEsesite.a .'O Ignition
legged race, sack race, egg relay! Quad rectangular halogen headlamps -
balloon toss and many other tradi- jRbom and fun for 4 passengers Full wraparound body-
tional games. 1 Power retractable top Dual side
protection molding system
During the lunch break, which Is Silver Queen Crn f function rear glass window 3.8L
scheduled at 12:30: p.m. a Foster and I IJ.6 engine and Selectshlft automatic -
patriotic "carillon, wiil again be 1 standard..
presented, Popular' American fare
available to the hungry crowds will be
ice cream boiled peanuts, hamburgers $ v
.hot dogs,cotton candy,snow
cones, pop corn and soft C drinks.. Picnickers i
are welcome.
Musical entertainment will be continuous s 7 .25
from 1 to 8 p.m. on the am- Doz. II
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phitheater stage where plenty of
space is available on the hillside for' Wallis $8 5 0 Watermelons

SFCC Summer Classes Onions . ,...* & Can ts to e

Begin Monday in Starke Open at 2 locations Fresh BUCKEYE 64 Trucks in Stockruck

There I to still time to register for SR UE 2Vs mile OKRA PEAS

Summer Monday.Community June Term College Z7th'classes Starke at the beginning Santa Center Fe In Stato Farmer's Market 75. 50 'Clb... Sale 5 Big i Days

Basic Writing Skills Is offered in "
Starke only once a year and Is a June 28
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for those who show they need help In''
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"LAKE LOT on sand bottomed 197 TORANADOt one 'COlMA IlClAL PROPERTY on I 1974 HONDA 100 RPM SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL Of 'ICB SPACE, *, available InKeyston. ,CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING J \ ., 1 ; '
lake In Hille..... $800 driver :37.00O mile/ A/C corner Lawrence .''veI s MOTORCYCLE Good con pUMp pipes and fitting .- OHlce Con..... should!be submitted to me PROGRAM.. : 12X60. ?1
: down. .1....44 per month. AM/FM radio with tape and! Flamingo near SR. gp; dltlon B200. Call 659-21H BryantAc; Hardware, Call 475-2160 afte.4 p..... Lake Region Monitor officeIn ,D IN A ) Cond. 431. 676:
;. Phone 473-4058: ., dock excellent condition and SR-21 Intersection aftr 6 Po"'. 6/231'" 'Keystone Heights, 6/2.30 Md*,' writing end "old, to o*- WORKER. To 1-chO 4A I"
473-4367: after 6 p.m. 6/2 In.ld. and out Front 4-..porat. office complexes 198 CUTLASS SUPRIMICONVtRTIBlBl '.'3-0t006 6/1: tmchn: OFFICE, .SPACE. (aclnej vane unl*. ..,....1. I I. '''* /' "YUlttlt) ..wt
: tfnchg wheel drive, disc brakes, : comer lot with entrances Now top, 1977 CHBVROLET PICKUP16 'L w_ Blvd. Next door already ,established with" adults' and to OP.IIO' '40 i
BEAUTIFUL. LAKE ORMVA power steering, pawsrake. an :sides of paint job end .........*. 'font;,4x4,LWB, extra clean ,to", Andrews..Drv Also this otflo : MRS pelicl! ** $' 'tS
access lots from $3,500 ., excellent tI,... building. Owner financed: Phone 4737383.': 6/23-30 au'amallctran.ml..lan., several large offices for MONITOR STAFF 'CANNOT cedure In cH W\6 1.iH
$500 down $71.74 per $ .600 or .beet off.,. Can with low Interest _.. Call 2tpd free, wheeling hubs. rent 'In fean building, BE HELD RESPONSIBLE "'1"11I. pour Will\ wlgh from
month. Discount on entire bo seen at Chevron Food 473-4930: or 473-3411: 6/2 1973 PINTOt Good transmission. (3.500. 4733111.: 6/16 facing Flamingo. Call POP MISTAKES IN degree"and It*. .MUrM/ brood
10 acre One waterfrontlot. Mart 11100.I 21. Call tfnchg $450. Rotisserie, pan tfnchg 473341'62' tfnchg CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD I II years working Ivan- Williams
Call 4734373.: 6/2 473-4920 or .7 .907. 6/2 table oven, .I 5. Happy EXTRA NICE LAKE LOT- large OFFICB SPACE.downtown TAKEN OVER. THE: In. related /' I. .
: Hncha tfnchg Heater $60. 473-7973 trees, and bottom lake next ta State. Form TELEPHONE. I 'resume ond '.$. Schrehunaln"s
6/23 Itpd 12 ,percent financing (500 'Keystone Center, Classified deadline Is I reference "- Providence..
1980 SUZUKI 4S8 OSt Very down 9158.48 per month. (160/Moil' Keystone Tuesday ,noon prior to Complex of ''or we pick call
good shape loss than Double wide mobile home Heights Realty, Inc. Thursday publication. l Box 366 11011"" Tuoc..lot,7,00tlll
6.000 miles $1200. Call .Phone 473-4058 after 6 REALTOR 4734961. 6/2 Minimum charge h 15wards 2pd. 6/16 / : : 12,30: 'fIK('' ',M
473-7362 6/23 tpd pm.Stchn 6/16-30 tfnchg : for $2.75.than' 10 I BLUIBERRIE 6/16X
PETE ETC. Bird and UNPURMttHID //HOUSE- BR, Cent for cock word Bchretxmonn'* Cou:",.'tl'1ond'
AKC COCKIRSPANIBl PIPS rodent Various pet sup brick home on Lake thoroaItor. I vidence love ...... Good
black unusually. beautiful. plies. Will take specialVat Geneva. (35O per mo. No 2-dig 623EXECUTIVE : Call '496-2351. .
chocked and wormed. orders an pet and! up. p.'.. 1.786-6044. 3tchg / :1r.-
Deposit will hold choice plies. 4752760. 6/23-39 6/16-30. PERSONAL County WITH CAB
until July 4, $125. Parents 2tpd 2 'BR. 1 Beth. furnished SERVICES I* seeking. 11M. I Seth. In ci
on premises 473-7313: SEARS EXERCISER! Like new. mobile home with wsher. tho position ; shaded lot close to
altar 6 p.m. dally all day Hardly used Cost $89." and dryer Monday dlroctor. This Also 9 BDRM,
weekends. 6/23-30 2tchg plus tax new will sell for through Friday 9 o m. 6 LAWN MOWINO.10ndeeoln..d.clte.. I reesponslble '.- 'homo 'neor
COLOR TVi 19 Inch True (50. Call Janle Wiles p.m. and Saturday, 9 of .. on one acre." For
Tone, excellent picture, 473-2744 or 473-:1971.6/23: o.m.-l p.m. Call 473-2747. patios, walks Quality I aspect ol the coil 'Maine*
$123. Call 473-7330. 6/23 Itpd (250 per month plus $160d.poeit.Hnchg work at reasonable prices. a 120 Unit "" .., Realtor
Hpd. 178 FIATl with extra tires 6/16 Call 473-1923 evenings. 'rol"' : -dig''6/16 '.
LEAVING U.'., must ..II. and rim*. Good condition HOME ON LAKE GENEVA 6940tchg sldorablo FOR.. SAIL
ARROW SAILBOAT. Seats 1500. Call 473-4421 after 2BR. 2BATH CH/AC W/W CARPENTRY. AND MASONRY ..,... ,.* peas,' $1000
G,0dOne 3, mainsail |lib, good condition p..... 6/23 Itpd carpet, close to schools: WORK Building patios. Management Okra 75 cents per
$390 or .best offer, IBERIAN HUSKY Pure and town (425 mo. plus. additions, remodeling, and Practices Corn-Sweet''and!
473-7330.6/231tpd white 2 years old mala- deposit. Call 473-3744.: homes and: tile work. Fro* ,mental Ears $6.00 ........1.
197$ AMC PACER Very AKC champion' Una. Lean 6/23-30 2tchg estimates. Phone 473-4473: years .. Duke 496-3231
good condition. A/C ing U.S, goad home only. CARPBNTBR during day. 6/2 tfnchg Housing. : p.m. I-6723
AM/FM tap. Leaving (125. 473-7330 6/23 Itpd WANTED WORK negotiable.
Acre Wooded Homesitesdown U.S., must soil, $1600 or Remodeling work. kitchen by July 3,
.bast offer 4737330. 6/23. cabinets and trim carpen alary ,.
YARD SALE TO RENT Private lot with
try. Reasonable prices.
Itpd ._ Educational'
mobile. home In Keystonearea. Call 473-2477 after 5.30p
.' I O Interest rate WHO END OP STATE lAtE NO PARKS Call after ."'. 6/2 tfnchg reference ment loi, NCI AOEM..
uI1F annual percentage rate CAN SELL Keystone Heights, Sat., 5 p.m. 782-3184: or I CAIrn AND VINYL repairs Commlttle. I. Lake Avenue,
4 AVON BETTER Sun.. June 25-26. SR-IOOto 964.5157.6/23 1tchgLOSTFOUND and Installations. Free Housing .,, 1.496-397.

.: > as low as $99.88No THAN YOU 21-B to 63rd Ay*., on Silver estimates, Ten year* .. Main' St. Lake Insurance Ser
Monthly payments Give their end Lake. Antiques, crystal art perience. Call 473.4217' 32054.2- .' > credit check, no qualifying phone MS number.. Homo If they, work-prlnti and originals, and ask for Craig.. '6/2.
plants-large and small Hnchg
IB me. OLD female Rottweiler !
o' > Minutes from downtown Gainesville are selected you may many household Items t (largo dog: black 'RETIREMENT HOME AND FOR
choose a prise from ear etc. 6/23 I! HAIRSTYLING CENTER !
chg with brown markings). all S .
on county paved roads prta fa.....,. CALL f
OR > 'AMIL y, Sat. Sun.. 9-tlll Answers to "GreteT.! Lost under one roof. OFFERING f f TYPEWRITTIRS

> Seller pays all closing costs WRITE MILDRED HINKLE, CR-214 and Plnan. Saturday morning, June IB : Certified nursing DING 4 kittens- need a
P.O. Drawer B. Lake Souvenir plates complete on or near Christian Service assistance and! CPR trained I RENT Union !Fart Purshlan
> Restrictions permit late model Gene*., PL 32MB, with hangers, trailer hitch Camp Road. REWARD toff, 24-hour, supervisionfor I 150 Main I. I-cha. 4/16
.473-2467. **, mower parts, OFFERED. Please call; senior citizens hot I Butler. Phone DANCING
manufactured homes clothe, etc. 6/23. Itpd 473-7885. 6/23-30 2tpd ,meals/ day, week or long Information 9-3O: a.m, UC

." WHITE COCK A TIll BIRD term stay styling center, MOBILE HOME Call Tom
Q : Answer to "Charlie" from for the public; precision ble garage, Lg or Joan-
:: ._ For more Information call or return Used Mobile Homes the Camp Crystal Lake styling for mn and Phone 262.1791 -:'67 2 -pd 6/'+
'= to: Matroplex Inc., Realtors area. .If found. contact I I women ,perm* and hal,.- .6:00 p.....3-pd :
: .:.. :::::.... coupon 2 & 3 Bedrooms director clinic' coloring.. SR-323 Hampton. I.:_?. B.
': "-_ c/o Sharon Curtis. 520f>C Newbeny Rd. camp director at 473-1414.or. 468-2619 6/9.30 4tchg. FOR Will'r; ;;..;;- I
t = Gainesville FL 32607 ((904))373-3583 {Siflutf I BUILDING
; ., ;J.- 473-7356. or 4641406.4/331. REPAIRS any debts of Pan.
: r Homing ml Cnd OMXXMUIIM'' On*>full year warranty 1tchgMISCELLANEOUS remodeling, addition., 0......, after I
Complet.ly Recondltlon.dJohnQ.'Brown cabinet. ALSO local haulI:I I 1f77 NOVA.
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.: Located at SR 121 Name. teppdCan 473-2320. 6/9-30. (180009 ..... 10 years *xp. .
(N.W.34th St.) &231 I I 4 CALADIUMS 4/ do .bookkeeping
Center Address NO TIMB TO CLEAN HOUSE .. businesses call
Reception Open J
BINGO'... AMIIICA Call our. professional Jasmine' '
Home Llgu. evenings, I pd
12.6 p.m. Saturday & Sunday'City: State- Zip- Center, Inc. LEGION HALLr.-21, Saturdays .- )Janitorial and maid Mr- Silver Dollar Savon,
This. tlnll.l, ....-.....- I 7 p,"'..Public invited vice. Church our special Trees$7.50 ''xod .brood ,pup.Coll
bbsnhdS' / site wnM Phone (_ )
,; __'0010 Mmlralr Waoea I "IplOM*(Mtnl) saz4133115 Keystone Hgtss.'MOTORCYCLES. I 6/2 tfnchg ty. MaJor. appliance you Tree SJO.00 Con, Brookor; |W>B
ALCOHOLICSANONYMOUS buy It Ill deliver and In Garden SR 121 :
Closed stall. Moving. ? Call me. Cli 496ISA 4-chg "RAT10NSa,
meeting Monday 8 p...... move you. Water heater M ACRE AlMa, Wont
: Open meetings Friday B and water tanks installed horn '(Ho, 'mow' Nd
: Starke Ads p.m. Alonon Monday B Water conditioningsystems cleared 33 altvrod Hot to
,..... All meeting at. Installed. Mixing woodland, .* CtoH 496-O9O2,;

Educational Building Com.r valve and faucet changed -. meat, cypress rl dons .*.......aJIr!
1 .. ;. 'tTRUCKS :; :elf '.., 110 mahlty Church 473-2790 or out. Minor plumbing ,next to large .. (y'Jt., 1' '
PERSONAL CARS 473-2)30.6/2 ttncha M '*>runaMYpa' .
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HOMES ; hItSordedr't $1,250.00
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FOR SALE 1917 ,. No dues,fees or weigh.In*. Installation .ed con down. J 1 ED '
i SUZUKI GS 73Oi Windshield OFFICE Open meetings Tuesay' Jsmltorlal.473-3671: after 6p.m. Inc. ((904) I
CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. 1982: FORD ESCORT A/C. crash bar, SHOP 7:30 p.m. Community and .
:MUST' SILL FIRST MORTGAGE Free estimates HandyMan P/B a B. AM/FM radio. :3-luggogo compartments, it IOW.WIH. Church Educational 6/16-7/7 4trhgAYEITTING 0X40 MOBI1I 19(1 CASH; ;FoY: gout

Stark araa.M Fence Co.. owner 4000. 964-B490. 6/16 buddy soot, matching 96574 Building Keystone B I baths, 3 largo ....... homo. Ray
.900 at 16 X secured by Tommy Reddish. 964-8559. 4tchg 7/07 helmets, mirrors, good Heights .! .2790. 6/3 mother will k.a.llobl.1 chen Dining ,.-"" .TFN. __
S35.000 Must 77 LINCOLN 4-dr.. town
properties. 6/09 1230INSTANT tires and Itrak..I85O.Call tfnchg my Room living
sell became of death. CREDIT New car. Jade green and 533-2474 after 5 p.m 6/09 BINGO lions Club acres In Melrose area. fireplace, all /
((904)) 489-1463 between credit card. No one refus cream. Loaded. Excellentcondition. tfn from high school. Reasonable prices ond all furniture" .
8:30: and 5 p.m. Monday ed. Also Information on $4.000. Owner, Tuesdays Early Bird 7 ,475-1718.6/2:1-30: 2tchg Wood siding' COU1YTY
through Friday. ./28 tfn receiving VisaMastercard. 4732214. 6/16 tfn p.m., Regular 7:30 p.... roof. Call .
Guaranteed result 176 FORD TORINO Good MIS a HIllS Complete. Hair
ly OWNER 3-story. 3 BR. 2 Public Invited. 6/2 tfnchg.Subscribel. 6:00 .
of credit condition. $900: Also 1978 Care Sculptured Nails at anytime
BA. CH/A. good locationon regardless rating. STARKE POWER 1 cho ';! .
North Walnut St. Call ((602)) 9660090. ext. FORD Short wheel base, Cond '.Gold N' Comb. 101 0496.2076 / .

35000. Call 964.7347: or 8320. 6/09 2tpd 616IX..IINC.D Custom V-6, 2800. Excellent EQUIPMENT will be Commercial Circle, .. .. .... _..
condition. 6/16 -- '-' -
I 533-2157.5112 tfn I IlCINGSL.Y PAINTERiNeat 473-7874.6/23: 4tchg 7/14 i '
6/30 782.3627 .
LAKE NOME 2 work. Interior or ex l'2tchg 7f PONTIAC BUNBIRDl closed all I '. .'- '...ruro- .
Sat. .
Free estimates. day M"
terior. ; c
UA- "' .
story lake front home Reasonable rate with 2-dr. PS PB. AT. AC. BRADFORD'COUNTY' ''': w", .
designed for year round good reference Call 43,000 miles. $2,300: June 25. ,\ NOTICE '
: living 3146 sq. f.. 5 BR. :3 9645177. Itpd 6/23 Phone 7823307.tchg 6/23 MMMMMWMIMVH MM .f UKN.

full baths W/W carpet and TELEPHONE SERVICES Installation 178 FORD .PICKUP TRUCK (This weekend or (y.) CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING TELEGRAPH '. .," .. '........ '''i rf
CHA Ig. great room with and repair of AT 8 AC Runs and looks should !be submitted to the, 9S4-6305 1 1Y. 'tiI'I
fireplace, gameroom and privately owned great. 2000. Nog. ., Bradford County Telegraph : .. o '
fully equipped kitchen telephones and telephone 964-7138. Itchg 6/16 office In writing and paid Steve BroadWay'i ..
screened dock house, equipment. Prewlres-Jack 74 FORD PICK UPI Beautiful In advance unless credit I I. E 61' ..' ,. .
sundeck ond covered boot Installation etc 964-4924 metallic "brown exterior, FOR COUNTRY LIVING already established. wtthl = TREE SERVICE ; ..:,
lift By Owner, 190000. or 964-7410. 6/162tpd6/23 1/2.on A/T. 351 engine In CALL lUCIUB.SPRY this office.THE : ::- '
Call 904-264-1IB3. I BAKER L.P.. GAS INC. family good mechanical condition Broker,1. Selesmsn IILIG.A'H"ITAPP Removal.; \ "' .h'
904-264-4812. 5/19 7tchg owned A operated. We great buy at (1.700.964.7138.623ltpd '''.IOU or CANNOT BE HELD RBSPONSIBIB Trimming 1 [! .m"J;": ;t,.. '

6/30 strive to give .better price "' 21 acre, resjdsnc/ FOR MISTAKES IN ..!.0.1. JI'f..... .
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78 AMC PACER D/L Free Estimate 'i-'f:
BV OWNER Transferred I service We rent or sell wagon Ic2Ii' ltam.--- II.N CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS : \.1
must sell. 1040 .PlnebreeseDrive. bulk tank JL furnish 6 cyl. maroon.AT AC. PS, 'lIOg.. $*..000 TAKEN OVER THE e Firewood c .",. .,.. *,

Starke.: BR 2 BA cylinder We solicit .. WST. cruise, luggage 4 acre, 2 story home.. I TCLEPHONE., Anytime; !
customers that own their rack f loneer AM/FM CB I u'; peal assumable' mar' Classified deadline. 181\1ES-
excluding cedar lldlng. 1167 sq.CH/A.ft. tanks. Call 7823349. radio low miles, phone 0,.. Itl\ DAY. NOON, prior to i'' '473.4732 :! .. '!,

Clerestory garage.windows solid 259-6810.6/23.tchg 7/14 964.7334.6/23 tfn/chg 11 ta:42 acre... C/B Thursday publication. i 221 Lafayette St.Across from Wishbone" "
73 CHEV. NOVA For (1.300 After 5P.M. .
I Bill's SAW SHOP! Complete L.i Minimum charge Is IS ,
oak cabinets. BO'xlSO' lot service, circular or trade. Also 2 yr. old ham, Bored. price. words for then 10 ; (OfFICE HOURS
sharpening Heights
: : 20 CIa Keystone ri Mora..Fri ..
acres. MOW ,
fenced -
backyard. $' .900. hand carbide chain. Leopard Appaloosa ; cents for each I word i Sat.t>12 Neon
home, (82.000 :Licensed S Insured) .1oft .
(B\ mortgage may be mower blade hollow Stallion 9647065. 6/23 -- fireplace ther.oh.rr .,! ,
assumed with tchg 40 ecre or more, ..... J e
approximately ground and balanced.Leave '
$22.000 at Jackson Building 82 FORO4 DR ESCORT 38 ta $23.99 CASES :2 story hme. ....... sas..wrrr '- AU NiVV L9STIf40. 6 MGRIAT I
difference). Leave Supply In Starke Keystone 42 miles per gal.. 3993. ERA K -. I LOCATION. ,r 3 SR. | bath..C/B.a brfcfc, )78.
message. 9645392. 6/09 Height or Lake Butler 964-8331,6/23 tchg '& W MUFFLER & FAULKNER REALTY ...- ....1.21 cc.' "' .
3: Hn TFNchg I964-S065 BXCEUBMT Ell 1 bath ......ea I ecre In .rlemptw
: CHARMING COUNTRY IIV- I I'NG.ly SEWING MACHINES DISCOUNT PARTS 1 : '0..... fake accees B (wlmmlne' pool,, Greet buy '0

Owner.3 SR.2 BA. REPAIRED. All make 964-5677 t I e I ., : '.30 ACtt*ntrh smell comfoTlshls. ,;borne:pecan trees,
3 Living room dining room cleaned oiled and adjusted. '. .I1tf'
''duo .peed. Owner
&d UneuclngiBXCEUBNT :
BIS. Workguaranteed. RELAX IN LUXURYOereeews .t.
: family room with fireplace, ... INVESTMENT s*mtH*.. f' ,.
James 3 BR. B I bath .
=: total elec. kitchen. Inside '
OLDER HOME In town en .targe .k..
; utility room CH/A. One Strickland corner Morgan brick .home .. LefceHemsten. B ln"s-Opportunlt J gorgeous

:. acre fenced lot with small Rd. and HwY. 16. TfNchg Two see: 'I .
Convenience Store With CUB'For .1 '
or fix-It shop. CLASS CUT TO ORDER ..r.... C/H/A, .
S Creative garage financing Doors,* windows ate. *|M lendscaplitg. Includes Lease :\ :,; j \ Your Last Ctitnc To Save,On 'j ,

...... available.Located off Hwy. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY -fruit and ..... r a 'Ir( jY@ ( One Of Hit- ;t ,
"" Orders also 0 erber. % WotorcyctePifca
100 between Keystone 964-6078. tree. Flea Brepe Need orMlght dealer. with strong oterkeHiia skttta. lI 1 .
Hgt*. and Stark $32.500. taken In Lake Butler. Inlet| e summer beebeque I Stare currently opsretedCepltel ,. ; 'I .-:. ,
i Call 473-3582 before noon 496-3079 and Keystone e* he covered beet required for '' 4 > Bow4lp. InOtir
or collect. 904-421-1273, Height 4734973.: : 2/26 tfn 'lock with eCOM. ........ pad. win or fronch.grocery.....Inventory... High ,glute l.cetid.I:I!, I I'i isit. I. : ". .an 'Th* Mad l"z 1,k1(Fries Bombers era blowing HietGryt

9044211284. Tallahassee.No FAMILY HAIR Meny. extra FVIe- evellabla. la Lobe Butter end Stark. .. : 0 foci tlwYra blowing hundreds or dollars. off
broker plea.. Owner DSSIONIRS144W. 'ed te sell Cell Merle o Call Collect Fred Powell', -- ''i ; L .,bottom IoMc.Ift
: ..anxious to sell. 6/16 2tihg .64-709. Cell M. FalkenberBReelterAssotUte.. Area Cod 19-e70-3030 I 1 : b" diet *nd oompetlllort blkei mar.fford.bletis 1.
:6/23 posIMe.Witch mesrss Vtr4'I! ,rim .buy
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Open M6-IG6I.7III4790: evae.LOVELY .. : ;_. your new Su..kl, Evcr. .
T.W.f Ml Sao WOODEDUNDINO t : Be us right ewy to cia(Tn DtfthoM vM lhlo 1 ItcII''low prlo.i/y.: '
"C/B: completely remodeled. Thur11 AM HI 7 PM Rlttrbwr .S1fop before the Md8u W Price Bodbers blow 0\ferythIng out t.door

Appliance ww carpet ....., AM til PM $ SITU .. .' Corns sndsasus for.-T'"' itvjrMII. dngeidnls. V iAWIobfIIyIl *' ,
shaded lot In dayCounty. t. '
C/H/A all now. City MmentrtNet acre 1t ; ?
utilities. 2 Mock from N County reedfrentcee 4 BEDROOM HOME an 3.8 acre with 30 pecan, trees i I'I' '' "
hospital financing 1/7 tfn Arwey cisery with *treomruMifee. and 300 ft. major highway frontage', $ 3.900. : ,

.. available. 4681323. 6/23 BRADFORD SEPTIC SERVICE .....1.... reeerty.knee 2 BEDROOM HOME and: a J bedroom.guest. house 'In 1! ..l'I ; S: j01' : ';
town S22.WO. :
rl/chg Residential pump-outs. ) for the future -IflV' .
SMALL HOUSE In good con $55. we also re-lay drain build cc K rew. Mobile 30 ACRM-> $IXXJOperocre. : .. '. .. h .
: dition. Close. to town line. 964-8.121. 11/18 tfn Hoer House O.K.Cell BUILDING LOTS In Starke, (3000 each. 4%> hooo ; --.W". ". r1 '/ 1 U 110'". .
owner phone 961-7707. WANT TO DfMNK Merle Pek.mberpReslterAee.slate from.. .k, tm Rilll r '1f5iIi, "
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: 6/23 2tpd 6/30 THAT'S YOUR BUSINESS l (. JN71rtMJ 1>C,.i !
HANDY MAN SPBOALSr 2 WANT TO SYOPT 944-$060. 7B1-3790 evee ." ,- ."II '
; Duplex with addition THAT'S QUItS .1 _.JU"iI.r. : :
; story .9(403! HtUf) >Iti,1Ea.u r .
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i rental Assum.loan Aee.ymew BRA FAULKMER.. REALTY. I .. :
64-41M 964S434t4M4 4-Sv" : ;'" "'It -j?, CUHLES: ST
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: wooded tff'T tf\\ 1 as.:301 s. itfkB. (nHmf< r tI
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= 1o'.13.300.1.904-I: .. ::! 4 \ R:= 1
. i no collect call, ,leave .FAMILY GROUP ... ,.....,"" v Nelfhborrtood Properties. In*. ,;

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WO Mill Para, colls. flblos, if79 OS FOR SALEA ,
SOOL SUZUKI) Faring MAMS BUILDING with i.AL a SIR COTTAOIt Preferelderly
clothing.' : Moving mustson and cargo box good condl- metal roof 20x40 four available for couple.' Call 8 ACRE LOT an SR-227 facing gar
#Ion. $1,000. Call 964-6491. 6/09 tfn
Desert .I.I. Motel' 6/16"tchg 7/07 64-B883< room. with two lavatories unlkamed pe....... ERA a W MOE41E HOME SAlESi 2 8*. I SA DUPlSXi Stova.rafrlgaratar. Breaker Rd Selling price.
lowtey. (Nothing from'motel 'V OWNERi ,On* Hammond and.two commode! Made Faulkner Realty, 9645065. New and Used. Mobile, 122 N. Myrtle SI 8.000. '.000 down $229 REALTYPHONE"9647776
being .old.' ) 10 a.m. Piper tub Like out of good pine lumber.Easy 10/28 tfn Home for wle. Walter St. $ 50 security depoilt. per month at 15X Interest.

Thur. Fri.. Sat.. Juno 23. nw.,"' .5379.organ.6/16 Stchg to move. 699-2169. Subscribe Today' I (Bud) Alvorej Invite you $215/ma. 9644228. 6/16 Ph. 964-5606. 2/24 tinBOATS' ,
24. 25. Under carport to 6/23 Florohem Corn* MOBILE HOME SAlESMANiExperienced. to com out and brow**. tfn .1 W''

came .If It ralnt.:6/33 Itpd BY OWNERs Lot '82x200. In Hu...,,. 6/16 tfn Contact Highway 17 South CINDER HOCK HOUSE on '
MOVING' Mal 6 miles an city an W. Madison St. All' HUNTING DOGS. I mole.' ( Olln' Mobile Home Sola*. Palatka Florida. 3259551or dead-end road. :3 BR. 1'h .. : ftS
W. 100. on loft. Dinette utilities available. AltO 97 female, lemon and white, Hwy 100 Weil. Starke. 328-46W 3/31 tfn BA. Kitchen. screened ,
.at, :coffee table. cloth, acres, bet acreage In city registered.. 3 'year* old 9645606. 5/05 tinCONVENIENCE 28x60 ,181 NERITAOE porch. About 3 mile* south BOAT. MOTOR ft TRAILERiAl saft 205 H.7empla, Starkft-

and household lt.m*. limit Low down payment. $200 each. 7823120. 6/23 STORStNeat'dependable MOBILE HOMEi[ 2 /Bath 3BR. of Slarke. Call 9646625 o how one point hone,
Start Sol.; 10. Am until' 9645379. 6/16 4tchg 7/07 Itpd person Large'kitchen. dining after 6 p.m 6/16 2tpd 6/23 for ale. Call after 6pm.
6/23: Itchg !4> TIRES A RIMS 110O-1J1I, OAK FURNITURBi ..." round with cashier or related *xparlMtc room Fla. room, living I. NISHEOGue.t House, 9".13752. 6/16 623IT SPECIAL
.,IN HAMPTON Follow sign" Power Cat Factory Ford table w/leof $::165; bow *. Apply In person room. fireplace, all appllonce $200 month; 1 '4 BR nouie, FIBEROiASS 2tchg BOAT 9.9 MOVE RIGHT INI Charming
Fri, a Sat. 9 AM to Eastern Store, 209 S.
0..11. chest of drawer till 7 whit spoke. $350. front China $269)) chair 8., Tempi' 5/12 tfn *, Seven room furnlihail. $= month: :3 -1 BR apartmant ,motor trailer swivel**at. brick 3 BE. 2 BA home w/la..
964 680S. 6/23 2tchg 6/30 other *. $125 month,
clothe/ assorted piece At Wood ildlng and electric fam,' 4 flreplaco.
and mlc.llaneou LICENSE COSMOTOLOGISTl 964.8404. trolling motor. room Country
OOATSt $40 and on.loot 260 6/23 Stchg 7/07
up Commercial Circle'
6/23 Itpd with following In shingle foot. Assume 'Bed otter. Call 9647849 'Club cash
1 $2 par pound dressed! 2 BR APARTMINTi Stove, or $10.000 to. mtj.
Keystone 'Height' Call 496-2076 .
,MX NNIWOOD DRl From 9 964 5005 964-6770.. 6/23 Keystone Height, andStarkaarea payment.. refrigerator $17S mth, after 5 p.m. 6/23 Itpd Priced to sell I
to S. all good thing.6/23 2tpd 6/30 Candy' Gold alter 6 p.m. Mon.-Frl. $ 00 security deposit no =

Itchg ''?,.. OUVIR TRACTOR, DIESEli N Comb 6/23 tfn/chg Anytlm Saturday and Sun pet*. 9647188. 6/23 Itpd THAT SPECIAL. HOUII-An 'vnrapeatoble'
Fl. SAT: June 24* 25. Fair condition 1000. Call SIMJCATORl' Early learning day. 6/16 3'Chll6/30 'MOM! ON LAICS GiNIVAl 2 Classified Ad treasure In Bradford.. Hare I* that rare a extraordinary -
lowter Rd.225 W. 4Whes, 964-7387, can be teen 3rd WANTEDAXLSS Experience: Florida Car- t BR MH on 1/2 ocro. 2.700 BR, 2 bath C/H/A WW Get Results property. On*of the finest contemporary
furniture' gla.iwaar' driveway behind Textile tilled., St. Mark' Early equity payment of $203 carpet, close to achool. architect-designed' home In North
motorcycle and more.6/23 learning Center Stark, month. Call 964-7849 altarS and
Tn.6I231tpd ft TIRESi 2 oxli.' + 4tire 964-6126 6/23 town $42S mth plus Florida 1 BR,2V4 BA.Sweeping staircase rlie
llpd U-PICKr Peas and Butterbean *. W* pick-up $100; 2tchg6/30 morning p.m. 6/23 Itpd cloposit"Call 473-3744 or to second ttory. Pallor window for beauty IS

*,thl.week and next. You deliver SI 25. Olln. THE CITY OP STARKE I now 1974 STATURi D/W mobile 1-2686394 6/23 tfn/chg; APPLES. & beat Initiation fireplace., 30.22 garage of the
3 I LARS '
homo bath COTTAGE
BR phone
Leaf Whltehead.
Mobil Home Sales, Hwy. Klnailey ; Wood, Club. assumable. .
RIES "' Country SM.OOO
FOR SALE Itpd 6/30 accepting application for E.'. Allen,,782-3274. 6/23 lake, 2 BR. private dock mtg.at
100 W Stark. 964-5606.
WA FT SLIDE In camper 6/22 the position of a full time 2tchg 630PROPERTY $350 per week. Phone SR-315. 2 ",. Selling price. $195.000.
maintenance person forth "...68018. 933-2691 SICLUDED SPACIOUS IMMACUtATf BR. 2SA.
aver cob. on 1970 L.W S.Chav. AND MOBILEHOA41 day Grandln
AXLES 8. TIRESi Two axle
LOSSES ALUMINUM FLATS. P.U.. ready to roll. City of Stark Recreation For Sole 24x56 night 6/23 Itchg LR, tg. kitchen family room w/flreploce,
24x36" 25 cant each. Died phone 533-297".6123 Itpd and four ,tiro*. Hlghettprice Dept. Apply at City EFFICIENCY APARTMENTl :3 iigns. W.H. 2>car*nc. garage stores* barn garden shed. a
Greon'seldIng 1982 3 bath skyline
In printing nowipapor. BUCKSIN MAREl 7 *. old. paid. Hall Men-ell 0... Office, mile S. of Slarke Westside Grandln. tree hou**. 180x2U2/lot In Five. Oaks near Country -
Shop.. 301 South. mobile home on 4 acres,
Croat for minor repair1ob beautiful marking, for experienced Starke Fl. 964-5007.! 6/02 $4 per hour. 6/23 2tchg Forest Hill Sub., Keystone of 301, 964-7989. 6/23 "7 day .. Club. $49,837 ...um. mtg. SP 62000.
| *. Bradford County rider .plrlt d. 6/30 Itchg ,MAGNOLIA HOTILi One el Stark', land-
'.......... ,u..... Ifn. $600. 964-7725. 6/23 Itpd 4tchg 6/30 PPODUCTION Heights, 28x70 Work Shop, ONI 6R APARTMENTs Fur dark. WE marks with 35 room. 23 Both. II,67 .,. ft.
METAL STOM SHELVING for BEDROOM FURN., plu.hCO" MGR./INSTRUCTORI Starting $36,000. or nlihed 4O3 N. Walnut St., SPECIAL 'M A. Prim land off SR-23S.

.. .. 259-2535.. 6/09 4tchg ". padding chair*. or Trl'Chem 964-9760.party.6/23 782-3354 ItchgLOSTFOUND salary$9.300- $11.200 473-2002 after 7 p.m. 6/23 9645286. 6/23 Itpd .47 Ac. off 100 W. ft Brick home, $140.000.
6/3O clothe dryer stereo, good annually depending on tfn/chg 2 BR M/Hi Unfurnished., ex- 'IS.5 Ac ft Nice hem Rd. I2S-S48.900., '
FRESH VEOBTABLESi Corn. condition sacrifice Inquire training and experience. panda living room, very -58 Ac.. timber. Highland' 00._.
*quah bean. cucumber 964-47O2 tlm. 10 Individual, must be responsible clean I C/H/A 175. first High: Frame home a approx. 21 ...... $' ..700.I .
bluobarrl' V. Thornton for **ttlng up production FOR RENT and lost month rant and .
8. 6/23 Itchg .- B*. 2 BA. CH/A. Beuent Rd. $...700.
.....7550. Rd. 100 W.. tint 8x14 FT aluminum work *hd lOSTt Whit Bull Dog SR-18. and method of, lupervlilon worker In $50 cleaning deposit In advance PressureCleaning 4.78 acre* an 230A ft Wilson Rd. 11000.

trailer on loft.post Boyle rollaway tool name I. Jlgg, blue collar, basic training kagingcolatingand MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE 964-6034 after 6 LOCATION 1404 B. C.llit. 1 BR, 2 SA. CHAn
Hwy. 6/23 cabinet, I bench grinder 1 reword. Phone 485-1989 other. simple produc. HOME PARK. Mobilehomo p.m. 6/9 tfn/chg 'Ig corner lot. Only $".SCO.
Longnockor. let of 2 piece car ramp, 1 6/23 2tchg 6/30 HARD TO BELIEVE BUT TRUBl :1 2 BA brick.
4 tion work. Person must be and spaces for ran#. BR
mlla west of Melroseand ARRAs 2 BR, fully furnl.hd *
FS and Home
SO Suzuki Scooter
LOSTi 2 old altered LR. OR, K. Incl. ....
2 miles North. U-Pkk year able to work With handlcopped Recreational vehicle ., A/C I month rent anddepo.lt gar. on .000.
mltc Item. See at 3rd
and Wa-Plck. On mal Slamee, vicinity or Qualifications welcome, Phone 468-2912. In advanca.reference Mobile Homos QUIET RETREAT ON 4 2 Acre an 225-A..
( order) i haul 100
on right on Hwy
a.m. to 6 p.m., Mon.-Sat. W. passed c-225. after 6. 230 9.964-8590.6/23 I Itchg Desire,AS (AA)degree and 9/16 IfnMOIIL. required Roof 'Pools Energy efficient nearly new stucco horn
Sunday 2:30: 6:30. p.m. 6/23 Itpd 2 yr*. In 'In- HOMES FOR liNT 964-9739 6/23 2tpd 6/30 feature great room w/flreploce.Only' $39,800.
MISCELLANEOUSREPOSSESSED dutry/Workhap experience One mile from Starka city Decks Etc. MOVI RIGHT INI brick BA
475-1151 and 4732702.. OAK FURNITUREi 48" round I BR TRAILERs Completely Charming :3 BR. 2
6/16! 4tchg 7/07 tale w/laf. $345. Bow or BS degree and limit. Clean. Hwy. 16 W. furnished, with air. Including home w/lg. #am. room ft fireplace Country

front China $269, chair 8. SIGNS 1s.r11tX.PZ1. Call "68-1323.101111 tfn. utllltl*. $60 per Prepare Homo Club area. 10.000 mob to mtg. Priced le .tell
other assorted al go- KITCHENEFFICIENCYRoom wek. Near Graham, For PaintingLYNDELL CHARM AND COMFORT of nearly" new :3 BR, 2
piece down I Take
Nothing overpayments
MEN AND WOMEN 260 Commercial Circle, $58 monthly. getter and fait-pacad |lob for rent at low 489-1371. 6/23 Itchg BA etucco: 'In Coneriy Eltate* wtradltlonolfireplace

17-62 Keystone Halght. 6/23 ..'..8'. flashing arrow .Ign. completer Commliilon need bonus apply.and weekly Motel rate 964-7357.Call Tempi 9/16 TWO BRTRAILIRi FurnUhed.an .. HALE [ ft pretty fully equipped kitchen
lampoon Lake, hove access CRYSTAL LAID Corner lot-
Itehg New bulb Hole
other Offered..Send .. EOW/tfn 4732214t.
'72 CHAMPION MOTOR Sign. Call FREE fringe are to dock S, flihlng Approx. 1631 q. ft. homo. Fireplace, one.
P.O. .
CIVIL SERVICE HOME 24 ft., **lf contain- 1-800-626-7446 anytime. Drawer resume A. Starke to FL rant. On Hwy. 16 W. Close' 964 6403 or 964-8416. 6/23 .2 Box 266 garage lake access I* beautiful. ,lake. p'

EXAMSNo ad. good condition readyto 6/23 Itpd 32091 6/l62tchg 6/23 to prleon. Call 468-1323. Itpd Keystone Mat*..Fl 1266 -$51.000..
High School Nc***.ry travel. can b* soon Fri. 10/07 tin. NICE ROOMS FOR MENTsLow 6162tchg623Reolfor -ESTATE SALE 'IN LAWTEYiRoam to ...m. Brick
Position Start As High Aa PM Sat., Sun.., Waldo. Flea BUSINESS CUTE, CLEAN HOUSEi 2Yard. weakly roles, wall to home iHuated on 4.7 fenced ac. w/born.
wall air and TV.
$L1 0.21 ,HOUR Marital Building. D. 6/23 bedroom. >.*l-Igoth. Call 9649992.carpeting ok for Ann. .LOCATION LOCATIONS IR 2 BA facing golf
POeT OFFICE o CLERICAL .ItpdtS OPPORTUNITIESSFOBTINO HAIR 333 No,, Walnut St. $350 ffn 7/17 course ha Ml. Custom drape super kitchen
MECHANICS, INSPECTORS IT TRUE you con buy.|loops month flr.t-lat month NSW TRAILER In Olin's'Trallor .fireplace' one. garage ....nh_. Fantastic
Kate WW"MT Joe. WHILCAKINO -far: '$44'through, .... .U Mi4ii ; rent depoilt. Call 964-7347 ; J( vtow. Owner financed.AAKRZ0 .
". AT HOMI FOR 1 "'O.h .....t' ''0.- I .1 SFOBTINO .FECARPET ir. oorJS.un: tfn--. : ftrk.C.11.0"471... S.. j *% ft. COUNTRYt oW.ore.u.tjnlnute :
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-.qf &a"/8d ,IPOOQ"470MSbdmjwk! '''''' :: !_."*' ., .
r.rr r1W" 1t''IoIf'(3 I' County. Excellent Income. 1000 f&JOOO "a>!ft. front or.MOBac HOMh :r'R"MIf on from town but have. ell the beauty of a
w'" Irwlya Phone No. Tot !742-1142, Ext. 609. */., 3>. In location. Owner Kay*tori*Pot Office fenced 1/2 acre, 3 mile, south on country letting large, brick hem w/.parkllng
National Training .. 7101. It. rod .. 2S9-253S, I In cut YOM call 473-2014. 301, $200 month call privet' 20>x40' pool.' SP 73000.
I 6/09.tchg 6/30 6/02 Stchd-6/30 964?S49 after 5 p.m. 6/23' *
Service, Inc. PIONEER OWN YOU OWN ,JeanSport.waar. ,SMALL FURNISHED APTl Itpd .
InfantProtean. Suitable for ana parton COMMERCIAL SLOG
C/O TBIEORAPH ELECTRIC CO. Ladle Apparel Utllltla furnlhd, no pelt, 2.000 *q. ft, on lot In city t
'P.O.; Drawer A Trailer Pol* Special Combination acceori "I phone 9645464. 6/02 tfn RECONDITIONEDTV'S $ 7.500. Classified Ads

Stark*. PI J2091 200AM -$250 or Quality Children. Furniture chg SANK REPO: Commercial Get Results 3200 Sq. Ft.Warehouse.
Delivered Anywhr* Store. National 'CLEANING JcolorTV, t 9.S3 up. property. Hwy 301. Block
6/164tpd7/07 !In Bradford County brand.) Jordache Chic I Next to Starke Truck bldg.,2,400 aq. ft. on 1.37: ,

A Lee, Levi.) Vanderbilt bad. A. Restoration Need AChimney I"Stop S. of Starke. ac. Paved parking. 1,000 to. ft. office or retailrea.
ill r--J Gunne Sax, Calvin Klein' nAost effective 964-8212 -BEAUTY SHOP barber Bargain I Center Loading dock. loci ft.
Esprit Zona; Ocean way I (hop,"tkatlng rink some 301S Stark off US-MI North. -
I Wl PURCHASE 1ST 2ND MORTGAGESAr Pacific. Brlttanla./ Evan to elaan. Dry cir equipment $28.OOO. 964-6679 Call 964-5294 .
Plcono Haalthtex, 300 cufar foam mvthod. .2 SR.2 BA frame home on ***
other $7,900 to $2 .500, Call for free or Fireplace MOBILE TQV& 2 ac. CHI A. 'large porch
you collecting payment on a real estate mar- Inventory airfare, trainIng SFRYME utility room area. Has ax Windows *DoorsGPVC .
but would prefer to have a lump um? fixture, demonstration. Cleaned
toga grand openIng ? AMP tra septic tank ft power Pipe VACUUM
.Let u*how you how to convart all or part of your ate. Mr. loughlln COOKIE pole for trailer. $40.000
Plumbing SuppliesWater
mortgage Into coin. For details! call today.: ((612)888-6555.6123) Itpd '4733jjFL11 $57 Call 100100r -:3 8R 2 BA C/B with'large SALE !I
'...1271 or '".69" A M.L'T1031 covered patio. CH/A. 6 $*
116 N. Walnut Sf., : Evenings ft Weekends 250qu coiling fan water toftner,. Ud Furniture NEW USED >
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John -- -.- Electric
; Bradley i ,s -111111111=1119 G. Blankenshlp SM.OOO. a Appllanco We Finance Our Own'

964-5010 Chimney Sweep SPORTSMAN DREAM: KIRBYS .
learanceGive.Away MOO,
Fish camp Sampson Lake, ROYALS

2.72 oc, 156 ft. on Samp- EUREKAS
ion loka, 760 ft. on canal, Shop & Compare!! HOOVERS
bar room game room. ball
and tackle hop, living Special Insurance for ELECTROLUX
'PINE FOREST'APARTMENTS quarter, boat and Mobile Home Parks FILTER QUEENS
ATTENTION'Skelton's I 01 Com by Sunshine Acres Industries and I ", I kicker .All types of SEARS0

J pick up free p llH and scrap firewood : 3-S AC. track of beautiful homeowners policies for COMMERCIAL .

Power I(as much as you w"\|). Beginning June 1-2 A 3 Bedroom Apts. paiture SOLD far track mobile homes. We repair all make I

20' until all material I I. gone frompre From 'ISO" to 297" contract two. already pendingon Call for Quote Al Young's

Service & | >ml.*>*. .10 AC homo, Olin's Mobile
W Hood the This chance ch SOLD... |land.| Since 1957
|! Spac. your Madison shop g .
1it 1530 W. Home Sales
Sylvester's Lawn Don't miss this. Onc*> __ Phone 9646312DrHHn.j Linda W....,. Associate Elaine M. DUn Agent
|Giveaway I I 3 Mills north, of .
Maintenance Serviceare .. ... .. 782-3224
Drop by b tw_ 9:30 A.M. and 3 P.M. oilWeN I P.O.Drawer M 964-5606 Stsrke en US 301:

:, going to merge f o the Located. ml..Wo.t on'll-l6..n.xt to 301 S. lawtey. '

.... new.name of j Olln's Trailer' Park.. Call 'M-74W. for a r r --:
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[more Information."
's &. S'Power'WashLawn & FILL DIRT
'I: .
UA.KX.AlNtBAHuAIN; C & C Mini ,Storage SAND & LIME ROCK ; 1

'Maintenance --141, ,,:0....') Orr--4 'Now' Renting j. .

'21 thru G" + BACK HOE SERVICE I

", .y- 7. SINCS !.*. Fast Rotary 6x12 8x12 10x12 12x18 ELWOOD PADGETT

. Rsld6ntjaI'-COMMerjcal!!| I WAYNE. KINNEY I' Drilling Equip. inquire at Suzukl-Kawasakf S Starke 468-1455

Free Estimates, : ELECTRICAL I' ,State Licensed Hwy 301 S. 984-6020 I. Hampton Florida I

Call Roger' or Tom. rR-EFRIGERATION A IRFREI .,. .'. . ..,. . fillso-se ,
I glas Manage Wagon a="

.;473-4851'': : :-,, :473-3488 24 Hit.0STLAAAT1S . .ptsmpw. i ....' . . '
*', SCRVICI9&4S786 : /D5-I7 ... w/ BR ham* (1979)).. furnished CH/A
"Senior! Cltltam_ *.Discount. New& Used many extra*. great ,.tee. SM.OO04

\ I lettpartsoSeIvtEZTerms: .<, I2M-I.S3 .. w/3 BR home fuml.hed.I may ap.
I III. pliance. Inc. _ok""' S2t.OOO..

Formerly Well! Electric Service: i . "! "I! .. ." .,. .,. /1I6-1.M ec. homeiHa, *.*.. ......,.well. /lewn.fruit .bot
II. .. treet metal -rk.hap. carport-"-.. undergroundNrw. :
FLORILANWREALTY: Plamfoing .. $16.OOO,. Vlt4 : I
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". : ; : ,3 ; stv. eo. an good fishing lok*. $,,.OOO,

964-7700 : New Installation 127IX..cotlaee: en Hall. Lek*. I or 2jW.j' both.,
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(" ._rkahap. breeiewey. fvrnlhed. dock boot, '
,," .: _,.. ; rk. ; \ GainesvilleSunRoute Remodefift..... .... Repalra ,. LOWEST RATES
, 0 .. ., \...,' reff.1 riding mewer ..... :(Owner flnOiwed) g"dl
. ': 'v6rniq, P/..O1/: 'a **f/, All J' : .1:> \ "-Cari4 r ., .D ee ..-." .... "A '
D. Odora, *c le l*> ; Building .late hi chip/ limit, priced do..,. ,- 1 :,
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: ObituariesRobert : IQ1I" ....,", 0 e. I.1 .nlar, "urn". iI .. '. ,- , "

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Howard CookMr. Evening June 20, at the BradfordHospital Smith-Keeney-Basford Chape\\ In I ,Lawtey "jasxf'Baldfo' o..e ,.i "!k \1( ;Ing Primitive Baptist Church near-
following a short illness. Fredrick, with St.; years. Miss Swanbom wad a rtiernlW She is survived by a host of nieces Worthington with burial to follow in
Robert Howard Cook, 76, of Born in Taylorstown VA on June Pauls Point of Rocks Cemetery, of the First United Methodist Churchof and Elzey Chapel Cemetery. Archer,
Starke, died Saturday June 18,in the 28" 1903 Mrs. Elston ;Moved to. Jones Funeral. Home of"Keystone Starke. ,& .\ rii'J Funeral services were held Sunday: I.tas ,<: Funeral. Home of Lake Butler was In.
Bradford County In of local Burl.l"Uin:;{ Crosby Lake 3:30 In U Little Spa: .*charge of arrangement
Hospital. following, a Keystone Heights from Jacksonville Heights was charge arrangements. at p.m. "ot ; ; .
long illness: two years ago she was a retired Civil __% "i\ Cemetery; with'''memorial services l v ....:. d
at '
Born in Tif ton. GA. on Jan. I, 1907. Service Employeef of the National ti M"'I planned a laterdate.tJonesFuneral\
Mr. Cook moved to Starke from Security Agency and Mnember-of ,f"i Home 514 E. Nona St.,Starke,..aaln '>wc 1 t tarkp Family, Pla'rtWtf i t Clinic
Orlando In 1911. Mr. Cook was a the Epworth United Methodist Point Dorothy Agnes SwanlioinMiss charge- of arrangements. t''
retired painter and was of the of Rocks, Maryland. Eliza re'Coo'radMrs. $ .. .I I Klert Sundusadee M.D.
Methodist Faith.Graveside Survivors include a daughter Mrs. Dorothy Agnes Swanbom, 65, "
funeral services were Nancy Smith of Keystone. Heights'two ; of Lawtey died Monday, June 20, In Eliza 'b. Conrad. 9B, of Tubal) Ligation (Tubas tied)
held at 4 Monday. June 20 In the sisters.Mn.M dredThomasanaMrs. North Florida Regional Hospital Lakeland, died Thursday June 16 In .
Crosby Lake Cemetery with Rev. Regina Elsenhauer both of, Gainesville following a long illness. the Presbyterian Nursing Home. alter. .' & Vasectomies ,
Leroy Olive officiating. Jones Fredrick, MD; one brother, E. Minor Miss Swanbom was a Bradford and extended illness. < ?
Funeral Home of Starke was in Wenner of Pittsburgh PA and five. County native and a life long resident Mrs. Conrad, was 'bOrn. in Lake o Hospital stay necessary No Abortions, performed
charge of arrangements. grandchildren. 'of this area. She retired as a school Butler and had lived In Lakeland for ,.,
.Funeral services will be held Thurs- teacher from the Bradford and Duval the past 51 years. She was a memberof 064-6500 .

Frances Butler WagerMrs. t mll.m..At Jf.. County-School. Boards, teaching"Id in #- ,.the -First"- Baptist Church of '0 ,. ", ." .. -. '.' :'. ",'.'. (; .""' '.-:,". .'. "": ::. "
Frances Butler Wager 65, of / r 1" .1
Starke, died Saturday morning June '
18, in the North Florida Regional
Hospital following a long illness. MITj r prices 011
Born In Kenyonvllle NY on April 9, !
1918 Mrs. Wager had moved toStarve
from New York over. 30 years

ago.Mrs.. Wager had retired from the o-II-yourself
Clay Electric Corp. where she servedas
an accountant for 21 years. She ,r
was a member of the St. Edwards

Catholic Survivors Church.include a daughter, Mary j e and auto needs!
Ellen Wager of Holmes Beach, FL;
two sons John B. Wager of Chicago .
IL, and David F. Wager of Starke; a \ :
Winifred Gillenwater of .. .
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of Cambridge, WS, and two grand ssn.a.bta..rlsfa.
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p.m. Monday. June 20, in the DeWitt ,
C. Jones Chapel with Father Joseph s slit Iljfl
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Finley officiating. Funeral Services ,.a<
June + ;/ ; r 327' an'RIaIMi !
were held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, '
.21, in the DeWitt C.Jones Chapel with ... lIP",. ,
Rev. Cliff H. McLeod officiating. In- .. .....
ternment was in the Crosby Lake or.. ....._ .
Cemetery under the direction 01. '. .........;...-
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Kramer 89 of Starke died Monday "
June 20, In Warren General Hospital
Warren, PA, following a long \Illness.
Born In Monongahela, PA on Nov. .' PVC Reg. 11.97
14, 1893, Mr. Kramer moved to StarkeIn .
1960 from Beaver Falls, PA. Chaise
Mr. Kramer was a retired office A A'a.j Lounge
worker from Babcock & Wilcox Steel aaifMUr'
Company, and was a U.S. Army
Veteran of WW I. He was a member of
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and the First Presbyterian Church in
Starke. Sale
Survivors include two daughters, Sav. 3.801 Hem A Auto A/C Rechara* t.
Mrs. Martha J. Barry of Starke, Mrs. Kit Includes safety valve with locking clamp,
Mildred K. Patterson of Kane .PA; 36" charging hose, professional test gauge
six sisters, Mrs. Adelle Darnell of and do-it-yourself instructions 08920. Reg.
Santa Ana, CA Mrs. Tillie Hill of
Hawaiian Gardens CA, Mrs. Louise
Connelly of Baton Rouge, LA, Mrs. 15.27"I r
Emma Evans of Largo, FL Mrs. "I ; -
Alfrieda Bauman and M.. Barbara \ il A
Marsh,.both of Hollywood,..FL} .11_ ."V: \,1
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grandchildren a'it1 F y'
grandchildren.Funeral ZfN 1"L
services will be held at 2:30:
p.m. Thursday June 23, in the First ''s L
Presbyterian Church of Starke with r
Rev. Cliff H. McLeod, pastor of' _
ficiating. Internment will be in ; [ 1
i Hillcrest Memorial Park,
Gainesville\ ) ,with Masonic Rites at the
grave. Jones Funeral Home 514 E. Sav,2.58,4.99 496 2.96. 74.47 8. 97
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