Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 30, 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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", Rains five of seven dayi In the past week dumped over four Inches of 'Two' $.c Inns fr,(X', 'a 1 .1pUNG( 'T'{ OF fuNtVFRSS
\j : water on the ground most of it in a summer storm of high winds up to 50 SECTION Ar 'J ,:' aN.w. !I '.: e" \ 326\ '
t,. mph,and rain late last Thursday afternoon. The winds blew limbs down ., .....:t.o.\..l.Pa1.1 '.I fit.
/+,s ,""," on power lines, putting out lights all over Starke. Crews worked until'11 ...I..t. :',,'. .'.. ,, I,.ta; ,\.;, 1/,.,,"'4 z1 ; 1 FC\I\LLE '
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; had the most rainfall 5.37 Inches with water falling every day. ..-.. '
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,..( To Control Mining

Use of land can be better protected through the county's zoning laws and
land use plan, than with a mining ordinance which sets standards, attorney
John Kopelousos told Bradford commissioners Monday night, June.27

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"When you're dealing with a
major corporation, let me'
assure you, they would meet the 4
,standards," Kopelousos told the
commissioners and the 15 persons -

present' in the audience, s w' ,
M r composed predominately of -
Santa Fe ,Lake Dwellers rf ..iw
Association members and two 4l
executives from DuPont.It .

was first breath of fresh air' r r. u +
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the troublesome Issue, and they
agreed Kopelousos' suggestionsmake

"To mev he's had better sug-
gestions' than anything I've
'jIMan'Withthe ,heard In three years, said '

Commissioner preservation to Use establish the county's areas conservation Homer land In Hart.use which plan or, % :: ;: IrRa

mining would be prohibited,and -
the zoning ordinance to allow I
mining in agricultural or open
rural areas only by special: exception
and establish standards
required to meet the exception. t ,
John Kopeloutot. Orange Park at ,That was the Suggestion of attorney
toruey and Bradford native Is well Kopelousos, the new
versed ,In toning matters, after 12 legal advisor to ,the Bradford Ind
years as attorney for tile Clay County County Commission on the min-
ing issue after county attorney
Zoning Boar&Kopelousos ,
li the new J legal! counsel Dudley Hardy removed himself' f
from'the case citing a. possible ti
'and adviser for the Bradford' ComI -
:.mluMb' on the ao nty'." effort to conflict of'interest.

', regulate mining' o( .1beSrata'(: :! ,FVSwamp. (See Mining..p.2A
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# :. t was born: on July 4, }776.: and the Declaration,of Independence -
r;:, ; is my birth certificate. The blood lines of the

;:.N\ ).,:world run in my veins, because I offered freedom to the op- I
"' "pressed. Tarn many things,'and many people. I am the na- I
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,". am 226 million living souls and the ghost of millions

1; who' have lived and died for me. Seaboard Coastline Replaces Railroad Crossings In Starke

,; I am Nathan Hale and Paul Revere. I stood at Lexington. -

,' and fired the For the last three weeks Seaboard Coastline has been replacing all city The new rails span about one quarter mile without a joint. The new
"" railroad crossings in the city of Starke except for the two on SK-100, rail, which cuts down on the clickety-clack noise, and solid rails don't
<, _/ > shot 'which were replaced during the repaying of the road. vibrate thus saving wear and tear on the railroad cars and making the'
,". t, around the The two crossings in Starke on SR100 are rubberized,but the rest were railroad bed last longe. It also gives the cargo a smoother ride.
I1... <'iI;;world, I am replaced with regular timer-asphalt materials. Cost of each two lane Through an contractural agreement with the railroad, the county and
I crossing is about $3,000 or $100 per foot, according to Seaboard state pay costs of work on crossings:
.' Jefferson,tang Spokesman Mark Sullivan. .-iv .
I The Starke commission refused close the
\. The cost Is less than half of the expense to lay down the rubber cross city a railroad request to
.. .PatrickHenry on Jefferson and that reworked this week,
., crossing crossing was
ings. Those cost about $12,000 for a two lane highway '
I,' ':rl.+ I am While replacing the crossings'ribbon rails'were laid down through the too.
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New Complex
f Work BegixisYon Appartment
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Lee and Grant running between$160-$225! r month. ; -
is starting up this week on the36umt ':
and 'Abe Lin- :' apartment complex on SR-16 'The location on SR-18 is a nicely
I', 'Coln.I'remember'. west In Starke by Stokes & Co. basedin wooded area convenient to schools,
and the complex will have sodded and ,
'I ,I : t the Alamo, the Maine and Pearl Harbor.. Jacksonville Jim Glamery and landscaped lawns complete with a
Project Manager
1. ', When freedom' called answered and stayed until it was Project Superintendent Dwight Col- built-in sprinkler system and a t irv

\\over. over there. I left'my,heroic dead in Flanders Field, eman are fn town this week talking sidewalks.
be steel In-
on the rock of Corrcgidor on the bleak slopes of Korea and with local contractors. The two are sulated The entry and both doors the will walls and attics :

'I",-' in the,steaming Jungles of Vietnam. set Temple up in offices Ave..at at Terwillegar Jefferson Street Realtyon : ,will also be insulated. The apartment F, ,F

":'j.i "' the granite hills of Vermont. I am;the coal fields of the ''employ as many local people on the$1 sliding glass doors which mizer"will be water com-
bined with
.. the fertile lands of the West -million, project. as possible/ .
Virginias and Pennsylvania\ and Coleman are consulting ". heaters'and heat pumps to make the
.' the Golden Gate ,and the Grand Canyon. I am' Independence mostly) with contractors, and .apartments energy efficient.

'. "". ',; :, Hall(the;Monitor and the Merrimac. will leave it'to contractors., to hire',""','J l. The design. for the complex includes

"-1 am big, I sprawl from the Atlantic to the Pacific my the labor: began work, private patios, wall-to-wall carpeting,I
to embrace Alaska and Hawaii 3 million Surveyor.Pat'Welch ,I IandJOowax: flooring in both the kit -1H"
reach Fill
I' arms 'T'uesdayon' the >Islx.acre'slte.' .chen and the bath.The kitchens will
: ; ./,square miles throbbing ,with industry. I am more than 2 work on the site is scheduled for'the.latter ;'* be outfitted with double stainless steel
/ million farms.: I'am forest,.field, mountain, and desert. J, part of this week. ,. an'''*t;sinks electric ranges with exhaust

,(.. am quiet villages and, cities that, never sleep. asset"We re to going I the"'community to make sure,"it's says... hoods and a. 17 cubic foot frost-free
"' and Ben Franklin walking down McGlamery.who lives in Lake City} Refrigerator,
: ,You can took at me see 4' Further features of the apartments
breadloaf under his and will be here infrequently. He is in ." '
with his
the,streets of Philadelphia Swill closet maid shelving
& Cp.'s'! include
t.:('>: "arm.,You can see Betsy Ross with her needle. You can see charge apartment of all complexes eight of Stokes and the Stark :. marble, sills,' smoke detectors andcustom

r" >' the light of Christmas, and hear 'the strains of "Auld. lang Villa Is the ninth. ,to'! ; drapes,
turns. < will hole '?!$q The exterior of the apartment
: Syne: as the calendar, Coleman, from LaBelle 'Combine brick construction with wood,
be here '
',:' <:' I em Babe Ruth and 'the World'Series. lam 108.000 in torTe the Starke duration Motor of the Inn construction. ,,' accents : ,

schools and colleges and 336,000 churches where my people Southern Villas will have 6 one- ':., ,Financing for the apartment com the Getting Down to Business...,
worship God as they think best. I am a ballot dropped in a bedroom:,apartments, and 30 two-t,'f(plex. ,it. .through loan from
Administration a Jim McGlamery.,
; Farmers Home Project 'Manager ln. and Project Superintendent
rent as soon '
voice for
.. the roar of a crowd ina stadium and the of a bedroom apartments ot U.S. Department of Dwight Coleman local
.: ,box: is which is:i section the are interviewing contractors this week for work on
",1'''.choir in a cathedral. I am an editorial,in,a newspaper and a I.a.!expected s construction to be in November complete 1983, with_Agriculture; under Section SIS of the "' the 36-unlt apartmenteomplex to go up on SR1west In Starke.

',letter to a Congressman. rent_*. which will nM ho fMiw. f Federal Housing. Act.t .

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Quick Fix Set for Short Term... "- ,,1 P ,' +lC w ,may 1

For now, the county commission authorized beefing up its present mining
ordinance and establishing standards for Btop-gap or temporary protection
against mining the 5,213-acre(swamp, thought to be a recharging area for the
Floridan acquifer and which i Is the headwaters of the Santa Fe River| That
can be done in 60 days compared to months of work and a lot of money required t
to designate conservation and preservation areas,and describe them
by meets and bounds, Kopelousos pointed t out. iSt

Kopelousos' Information was Worthwhile..
n CM
Meeting Monday night, June 27. for the first time with the county commission r t t J 1 '
Kopelousos set forth'aeverai alternatives, Experienced In zoning matters } a ; 3
after some eight years as attorney for the Clay County Zoning Board
the Orange Park attorney and a Bradford native answered every! question
thrown at him.
Even Harold Hill, president of the Santa Fe Lake Dwellers Association and
adamantly opposed to mining the Santa Fe Swamp. termed Kopelousos'
presentation "worthwhile suggestions."
"This is an Interesting approach" Hill said when Kopelousos asked for his
Input. Hill qualified his approval by saying he'd like some time to think about
the new proposal. ,
It was agreed for the North Florida Regional Planning Council based In
Gainesville, to immediately write an amendment to beef up the zoning or 1
dinance. Then a committee of Zoning Director L.M. Gaines, the chairman: z
Commissioner E.W. Hodges County Clerk Gib Brown DuPont ManagerKen I
Platt, Lake Dwellers Association Pres. Harold Hill plus an advisor
from the Planning Council to then meet to go over the proposal. Gaines was t :
asked to submit the request immediately to the Planning Council.
Kopelousos pointed out the committee needed something to work with 1"t
when It meets He also pointed out to Commission Chairman Lawrence yy
Mosley that the committee will have to be assigned what to do and given a 'r '
deadline to make progress in good time. Mosley agreed. ,
The board also retained Kopelousos work with the Planning Council and
the county committee at $85 per hour. When Commissioner Maxie Carter T
repeatedly stressed the county's tight money situation it was agreed for
Kopelousos to meeting initially with the committee and to review any drafts r ti.Hl .
of proposals, but not to meet with the committee every time. .. hllWa'......... -" .. ..J., ,, u y V.:'" '--q; ,,' .-" .. -AD"",!;
Making no bones that the county faces an expense in implementing his
suggestion, Kopelousos laid it right on the line.
More Lawtey Straight non. Brandy Ross, Maria Scott. Kim' Ro... Carmen Barber and Michael:
These third fourth and firth sixth and seventh grade student made straight t I Becker. In the rearCfrom I lto Tammy( Jo Talum. Kim Lee. Karen Hardee;. I
Alternatives Explained to Commission... "'s during the fifth six week From left to right on the front; Stephanie Shan. Jason Pilcher. LaShon Hampton" Kim Johnson and ITnlssa King.

Alternatives placed before the commission by attorney Kopelousos were?

1)) Beefing up the county's current excavation ordinance, which is all thatIs i
on the books right now, and the requirement of which could be easily met I
by anybody desiring to mine. Since the ordinance provides almost no protec- WiWmns.Notifies Commissioners Of Public Hearing

said tion, some standards. should. be amended into It,at the very least, Kopelousoa, ;

: State Rep Frank: Williams) whose' ordinance not be In. place by that Williams said his plans to Introducethe proposed mining ordinance drawn Dwellers up
2)A mining ordinance, including permitting procedures and standards. 21st legislative' district includes,the time. peat mining bill would not be affected by' the Santa Fe Lake
The board's currently proposed mining ordinance 18 a permitting process; Santa Fe Swamp has notified the In a statement to The Telegraph, by the Monday night decisionof Assocaition, calling for'"restoration"of ;
Kopelousos said, and the quickest fix.3)A Bradford..County Commission of his Rep. Williams said he was successful the county-appointed mining ordinance the swamp. :,
intention to hold public hearings this In having 13,000: placed in the House committee to change its "
combination of land use and zoning ordinances which designate con- fall on local bill.creating a Bradford and Senate Appropriations Bill to be strategy from adopting a mining or The county-appointed committee!
servation and preservation areas in which no mining is allowed then allow County.Mining'! .and Restoration Act used by the Department of Natural dinance in favor of regulating all ]had generally favored an ordinance
mining by special exception in agricultural or open rural areas but settingup .. Resources to conduct a study of peat mining in areas designated as "con ]proposed by Georfla-paclfic. Corporation -
standards which would have to be met. such as reclamation.! : .' In a 'J letter dated June 16 Wlliams mining In the state and report results servation" In the ,county's Comprehensive ] Fe
". said helr-'very much concerned to the President of the Senate and Plan. :Swamp. Both ordinances were drop-
., ,'" "J' about the,absence of a local ordinance Speaker of the House by April 1, 1984. .:-'l still think we need a. mining 'ordinance. I ped Monday night however, when the
Commissioners Must Make Decision..., gov rln, ,peat mining in Bradford Williams said the issue Is not justa ." Williams said. 4 committee opted to regulate mining
County' and Intends to introduce the local problem since there are over Williams said his bill was based I in conservation areas through use of
"The Bradford County Commission is going to have to make a decision bill.in the 1984 session should a local 3,500 square miles of neat' in the itate. largely on material.contained in the J the Comprehensive Plan.!
Kopelousos said at the outset of the 2-hour-plus meeting. "Given.a decision
we might be able to implement It," he added. I. -- -
"Any way you term the thing, nobody is going to be able to get anything in
concrete or give you any guarantees; Kopelousos stressed to the commis

Consistency j Important'In Zoning)\ttwUsw.t oiii: ",; ;q's''1.\"I' :Vtuni I l .f...'

.'.'As long as "ou'wrri't', ''consistent, with you land.. plan..youfpeM. tit.*, ..' :
high side of a lawsuit, he expl fined. '
The commission has authority set rules of zoning, such as no mining In
an Rl-A residential classification, Kopelousos said as an example.allow
can be prohibited in certain zoning classifications of zoning laws and
by special exception In other classifications of zoning laws which are actually
a part of the county's police powers the attorney said
The county's comprehensive land use plan,adopted in 1980 is much like an
architectural blue print, Kopelousos said The land use plan wording can be
amended to protect certain areas considered vital to the welfare of the com
munity.Such areas could be termed conservation or preservation areas and
mining could be prohibited in them.
Other uses could be allowed In conservation or perservation areas such as
for cattle grazing:, trees could be grown without damaging the nature of the !I
area permanently but their harvesting would be questionable, or certain -

crops might be grown, Kopelousos pointed out. : :
In addition mining could be allowed by special exception in certain zoning Lr
classflcations, provided the applicant meets certain standards.
The applicant as a matter of right can mine if he meets the standards
Kopelousos pointed out.
As long as zoning and permitting is consistent with the land use plan the
county would not have denied use of the property but would have only ...4- -r.Y.ew., s".v'i .h.l4r,4'' ,
restricted certain uses of the property, Kopelousos pointed out. nJ N f
A definition of peat mining Is necessary. and,needs to be drawn up by the I;
committee, Kopelousos said ;'

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A subject near and dear to the hearts of the commissioners....money, had
to be discussed the attorney then said. Defining conservation or perserva '
tion areas is going to prove very costly, Kopelousos said. -. k-- __ : "-
There are no local experts who can examine hydrological! studieS and ,
know what they are looking at. Kopelousos said Commissioner Carter said ')" I W Wl
the county can t alford a lot of money now, but also agreed that the land use
plan seems to be best bet. In the end. Carter agreed to retain Kopelousos, but ,
asked. him to hold down his hours as much as possible. '
There are 23 definitions of peat as a mineral, Zoning Director LM.: Gaines ;
said in answer to Kopelousos' statment.that the county must define peat LL
mining as removal of a mineral as opposed. to an agricultural operation in
which the crop can be grown again. "
,"You can prohibit mining with zoning huh?" Gaines still wasn't certain

"Yeah. You can prohibit mining In conservation or .preservation. areas;
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"You gotta think this thing all the way through.. Kopelousos said. Any t Dinette TradeDenmark's :
prohibition against mining must be non-discriminatory and has. to apply : :
equally to all parts of the county:and to all types of mining. '" '/, a.... ;"
The land could not be reclaimed for any use, except lakes after phosphate '
mining Kopelousos pointed out. And if the peat were. removed..."from .the San- 'r will 'allow you .a trade in of $75 on
ta FeStay Swamp would, be lonefore.ver. "o' ': _- your old dinette no matter what the condition.

Away from Standards..: : We tiaye i selected 13 :of'our best styles f orchis of-
Stay away from establishing standards because once standardS are met ; .
an applicant could mine as a matter (.'. right Kopelousos stressed. Big com- a ?G ferfrbm' "
panies, such as Georgia-Pacific, have money to hire experts to perform : $279,95. -c
studies and the studies will come out favorable to the company Kopelousoa.
told the commissioners and audience. I. 1 kChoose from : (A) bronze chrome'or brass finish' ':
Hill added :
was to the county committee after he pointed out the Lake ,i. ; .
Dwellers have put sent. Commissioned E.L. (Nook) Norman was removed from the committee ( ; (B) glass or formica .topsr ,.' '::1 '
wben attorney Kopelousos pointed out with two commissioners on the com- "
mittee It would have to comply with the Sunshine Law. "Not that I'm telling fi, 'h I .(C) vinyl or cloth .covers'I : ., .,J".J
you not to comply with the Sunshine Law," Kopelousos said, ; '
8.4 y $; ',.: : ', '(D) legs or .sters .I: :' >. i' .' .: .:,t\\\'

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Kopelousos Leary of Quick Fix... : a } -..
"I don't get much comfort out of quick fixes.. They don't last long,'* ??,: w"E) either four or six chairs 'kr=: :' J ;'
Kopelousos told the commissioners urging thorn to work on the land use .
plan method as soon as the quick fix of the zoning ordinance is In place. !!}" ,
The Santa Fe'Swamp 'south of Hampton and northwest of Keystone ?rtZ ". .
Heights and just west of Santa Fe Lake was bought In 1981 by wood-products fj'"JK I'
conglomerate George-Pacific for $2.02 million. The company proposes to I .Sweh'.famous,names as: Daystrom. Imperial &. RachIlnr '
harvest peat as fuel for Its Palatka paper mill. G-P promises not to harm the .
area's environmental quality company lawyer Wade Hopping has said. .::t./; : ,
But environmentalists and area residents fear the effect of the proposedpeat
.' mining operation. They say mining peat to a depth of 15 feet deep would ,
1 forever change the ecology of the swamp. 'and might allow Impurities to :D DENMARK :FURNITURE:
filter Into the water table. r.' ; ,
The swamp's spongy underlying peat layer serves to filter?water impurities .Call'Stroot Awlra
and the swamp is a source of recharging the Floridan acquifer I Is :k A34 W, Stark Fj?
claimed. % r't ::964-M26" t".F
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To at the swamp's peat, the dense foliage would have to he rmovedand z .

the water, drained Mining,would Icnyv ,a "'Ilvrr'.Mo' .ditfinilf_ 'ill..! rc, .... Established In ,1923
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I June :tll, IM'I! $ TELEGRAPH; Pufr3.The : .\
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Final Public Hearing SetOn

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,New Gasoline Tax : I'' '"

A final public: hearing on the county ments which will 'share in the

commission 'levying a 2-cents or revenue raised by a transportationtax
r 4-cents per gallon tax on motor fuels '
is set for 8 p.m. July 12 in the cour

thouse. The cities would receive some

$181,009 of the $544,000, leaving (4he
Commissioners will,. listen to.\ county a balance of$363.000: '* ;
whatever is said at the hearing, then

vote immediately! following the hear The current County Transportation
ing. Going bydiscussionafterMon
Fund includes
$101,135 in
property tax
day night's mining ordinance funds, $62,821 in federal
meelirigi four of the commissioners: revenue
ing funds
plus several other
Simon Says! .... Maxie ,Carter, Jr.,, Chairman funds that could be diverted smaller back to
, Lawrence Mosley E.L. Nook) Nor.
Part 01 the class laugh by Margaret McRae and Olllf' Rr..wton demollltratn the General Fund to shore up the;expected
lIiums man; and E.W. Hodges still favor le-
heir ability to (;rellory. .ndrelth, ('harl. "rndrn l.akl'laho Austin, Taurus W shortfall
salon Bays understand and follow directions by playing a long.game called ;Terrence WIlliams, Rachael Jenkins, "o"l'lIa Smith, Hobby WllliamlJ.. Jimmy, vying a 4-cent per gallon fuels tax to

students are l-r); Temika Berry. AKmad Hudson. Annie Williams rlyson, stacey Robert, and. Jackie Kdmonil, Commissioner stave\ off a looming Homer budget, Hart shortfall.said at The .$363,000' could be used to

,_ ,
I replace the some $175,000 which! the
rtY the June 6 meeting he opposes the gas
Road Department is now supplemented
tax., t'Commllsloners; That would leave $l aooo

!kU .., continue to'say they of new dollars in the road fund which
could be used
r to maintain the paved
to pass the gas tax but see lit
secondary roads which have been
l tle choice but to raise the money to
operate the county' government. A turned back to the county by the state, '
$243,009\ budget shortfall looms, after hopefully Clerk Brown says
have some funds left over to pave new
expenditures are cut back to 82-83, roads.
levels! The board has in place a
salary)' freeze' and. a' hiring Opposition to the proposed gas 'tax

t + rrr; 1111t ; moratorium.. came at the first public hearing on the
I : '
Issue May 18, from gas dealers and
Commissioners point out 301 trucking company operators, the
tourists will pay hal the tax, and the large users of motor fuels who'''said

k. gas tax beats increasing, property, such a tax could put them out. of
taxes. business.
"I do hate "If you raise taxes, do it
sure to vote to raise the "
gasoline tax, but I just don't see a better somewhere else, said Jerome Johns,
alternative," Chairman Lawrence president of Gator Freightways.

r i Mosley said Monday night clearing' Commissioner those present

frustrated by the necessity to raise May 18 don't represent all the peopleof
the gas tax.Originally. Bradford County, and point out the
1 l ( tKt big trucks are hardest of all on the
set for June 27, the hearing county's roads.
was postponed to July 12 after at-
Of 65
persons present May' 18,
tornies for'thei,Association of County
mostly representing trucking interests
Commissioners researched
the law
nobody wanted more taxes.
and issued an opinion that the
July 1
Businessmen such Jack
present, as
} deadline, which the
rsr' Iii Bradford County Hazen, James Davis, and Johns, urg-
Commission was trying to meet, does ed the commissioners to cut back
not apply. The July 12 public hearing services and employees instead of
is the day after the regular July coun-
raising new taxes.
..l ,ty r commission meeting and after'

their first budget work session set for County voters twice have turned

Congratulations Graduate!.. Quiet 8 p.m..July 11. down a one-cent per gallon gasolinetax
.. '
both times by 2-1 margins.
It will take a 4-1 vote of the commis-
Norma Thompson, of the Bradford County- Health Department, presents Four graduates wait quietly l in their classroom for the lime they must march sion to impose a 4centspergallonfuel
Charles "enderson with his certificate of completion of one year In the BradIn to receive their certificates,, (1.1')David,, Tyson Charleen Wright Tashemah tax or a 3-2 vote to impose The county commission is empowered
;ford County Head Start program. Aaron and Cathy Scott. 2-cents-per-galIon.! by the state to levy up to four
cents per gallon without a vote of the
Hart's opposition means it will take people. It, is the four cents the state
all four of the when the sales tax '
: other county commissioners on

58 Proud Pre-schoolers Graduate. from Head Start tax.to* levy' a, 4centspergallongas drop: 5.7 cents per gallon,'was added -

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June is the month when a. student's I have learned in Head Start. 'Aaron OctavlaSi ClayV Yemeako Villiams.. Bobby Williams. Taurus The commission faces a looming The state left the four cents for the

year of hard work is rewarded/ with The presentations demonstrated Fountain. Tiffany. Garmon, Diterlon- Williams and Terrence Williams. $243,000 budget shortfall as they counties as a local option, I if they need
{ >" iwcognJUoiv; a gladuatfon; ,{uiwere.-song-games: which ,-taught*thy h ,da G leg. Dextei Gjorgen Hiridel fa:'tha class 4auRh! >4nt Edith SmithTashemah prepare to begin work on the 1983-84\ additional revenue. -
\\.ud t ,chUdren things .Uke!,' heir.iumbervi; Ilallfi, An"ran/ Ease Andral "-d.!"- u budget at 8 p.m. the nigh.ti r3Uy 1\f\t., "b'M'tIdAi! \ 1Ui.M.f.'I\ les

rJ "P! 3t 1 W r es a. r at a '! ''G. I Ut 'art >hn Brown, <.tte* lftdii
i a folio*'dirfectidns-f '"J"oHded: mick ell 11 Budget to be
r cXCCt t rOW"'>4" nd'e r"ter, Jot nnet' rmichael. requests are expected take 9.54'-.mills of taxes to raise the
The 58 ,pre-schoolers marched in The speaker was Evelyna B. Kitties Cloud, Marcus Moore, Tyro Rye Paul J tc Tohens! :jerinaine Ford, Dale over a million dollars more than anticipated in 1983-84, Property Appraiser -
their caps and gowns and received of the Bradford County school Ronnie' Risby. Latasha Itochell)) andEric Glover, Jacob Henderson Darrus I income,. but Clerk Gab same money Jimmy Alvarez estimates,

their diplomas at a ceremony held system. Thompson.In Highland, Jamie Houston, Eric Hud- Brown figures the shortfall can be and the 10-mill state is only some
Friday night at the old RJE gym on Norma Thompson, of the Bradford ,.uon, ,Nikkfi+ Jackson, Bruce Miller. trimmed Back to the 1243.000 level. $60,000 .
Pine St.The Comity Health Department, gave out the class taught by 'Margaret \' -Cleoater Miller Cathy Scott, David Brown has also told the board he Is away.
Mistress' of Ceremonies was the certificates to the graduates, and McRae and Ollie Brewton; LakeishaJ#: Tysop. Paul Waldron, Anthonio Including In the proposed expen- Even with a 4-cent fuel tax, county

Eileen McDougald, of. the Putnam Center Manager Jessie Jenkins Austin, Temika Berry LaTisha ItWilliams, \ Penita Williams, Shantel ditures every request and leaving it to commissioners may still be looking at
County school system who introduced presented the awards. Burch, Jackie Edmond, Rotissia, .Willaims and Charleen Wright ,the commissioners to do the cutting.A cutting some positions from the courthouse -
the'' speaker and previewed the .The 1983 Head Start graduateswere Hankerson, Charles Henderson,. 4 cents-per-gallon fuel tax would Clerk Brown says all elected
presentations by the children. Each of : Gregory Hendreith, Ahmad Hudson, L' A special thank you goes to all the raise some $544,000 in Bradford Coun- officials are going along with the com
the three classes gave a presentationat Rachael Jenkins, Stacey Roberts, Antoine .parents for their cooperation in ty, according' to the latest state, mission's edict not to raise salaries
the beginning of the program to In the class taught by Myrtes Reeves Sanford, Rosella Smith, Jimmie volunteering whenever they were estimates. U such a gas tax had been this year.

demonstrate some of the things they and Thelma' Goodwine; Anthony! Tyson, Jermaine Watson, Annice needed throughout the ;year.. In effect it would have raised $108,240 The sheriff's budget is down some
in the first of Jan. Feb. and
quarter $1,000, the clerks is the same!, the
1 ,' __ _' --..... .Fyd,:I March, according' to,Zoning,Director supervisor of elections budget is up

Effects of Ticket Writing l Evident in Hampton L.M.. Gaines. slightly because there is an election
A division according to populationhas next year. All budgets are due in for

i tentatively been agreed upon bet- the Monday, July 11, budget
Citation' writing by Hampton city in Hampton. At the last regular council the council to hire another otncer ai there complaining. ween the county: and the city govern- workshop.DDOUBLE .
marshals in the past two months may meeting, June 14, a standing room the regular May meeting, he said that -
have upset some of the residents and only crowd had good things and bad he would personally pay for the por- .-.
people who live around the city, but things to say about the situation. tion of Parmalee's salary that was not
apparently the idea worked. Some of the residents complainedabout paid by revenues of tickets written.At STAMPS
"According to records at the Brad the Unties used by the depart- the last meeting Hodges com
ford County Courthouse, tickets turn- ment and the fact that so many mented"as far as I'm concerned he is
ed in by the Hampton Police Depart-- tickets were written. No action was here for the duration. Our main objective V
ment have' dropped considerably in taken at the meeting, but opinionswere is to make this town safe for

the past two weeks. Residents quiered definitely voiced during the that Parmalee"was only -
by a Telegraph' reporter still don't meeting. | flowing my instructions.
like the the marshals operate, Questions about the tactics ,were
Another question1 asked at
aimed at Parmalee sitting about 100' NOW!
Hampton Councilwoman Lola yards out of the city limits and clock- meeting is whether or not the city

Williamson says the people are Just Ing cars coming out of the city. Ap- limit signs were in the right place.
slowing down and the department has parently the procedure is legal but "1 don't'think anyone here knows" ,
been giving verbal warnings, not one Starke attorney said that it is in 'exactly where the city limits are, <
tickets to about half of the people "poor taste." Mayor Gordon com- 'n savings
stopped by the marshals. Williamson told The Telegraph' thatas mented June 14
far as she knew Parmaled would be The council discussion having the'
/ Controversy, working for the city for the period of city surveyed. The subject was tabled
errupted In May, thefirst time for which he was hired to work... until the next meeting. Hodges!
month that a daytime marshal
reminded the council that everytimo
during the summer months
John) Parmalee; was hired to patrolthe daytimes he has signs they have been'taken
down In citations put up ,
Even with the cut WI'
while elected chief marshal .
city Written, Williamson said "I belive he down or shot, ,: a.srs.nnPS
John; Hodges works at another job.
was about equally'dividedat
his Support
is writing enough .to pay for
During the first four weeks. Par. o
the -June' 14 meeting betweenr ctJ
salary. .
malee was working for the city over ,
Hodges and and the people
100 citations were issued to speeders When Marshal Hodges requested Parmalee .
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: Starke Policemen on Trial For Manslaughter'The : g Every purchase!. '

reading the Judge:Crews day.'The trial1 wasf'.scheduled: 'to beT : (
trial started Tuesday for two newspapers. time!' '
former Starke 'policemen chargedwith said the court wanta the opinion of,the' completed before Friday but could be Every ((4(4hI

manslaugher in an accident on jury, not the opinion of others delayed since the defense still has.to k 7r ,
US-301 north which killed an elderly Prosecution 'Witnesses testified present Its case.Originally : "
Tuesday that a car and a pickup truck' it looked as many as 25 '
'maL.., The state called, .a dozen witnesses ,driven by the two men were ex- witnesses would be called, but now,It OOUBlESTAMPSonaIIN: < : > ; ::; '
the-', first two days; Tuesday and ceeding the speed limit northbound on. appears feNerJay; be called. .;..Q, .. X Prescriptions during the / ,
to testify they saw the' US-301 November 2. One witnessthe ,
Wednesday, ,
speeding prior to theNovember Reverend Arthur Lee of Starke,'who Month of July I"., .

two men 2 accident. witnessed the collision<< said he was ,Zoning .Meeting (excluding Medicaid) :
Nelson -Sonny1'' Jackson :37,. of passed by the two vehicles prior to the :;,; : f; ;
accident.-Judge Crews refused to ad ;
tawtey and "Jert'ji MilleI'd' 31, of (
with mit a stale. witnesses expert Bet ForJ'Thursday: ; "
Brooker are I ,
manslaughter and vehicular testimony that officers were drag rac- t .,;, I,'j oJ }
homicide in the' accident on US-301 Ing. 'At its t 'p.m. meeting 'tonight, .r 1t. 1\ .t .. 1 '"

,north of Starke last November. Both Dwight Slater 'of Hampton, :who' (Thursday',June 30)) the Starke Zon- .. ) 'J' '
Officers were; off-duty in their per leased Food ''n Scat on south US-SOU ing Commission will hear the application I. "
' sonal vehicles when Jackson'vehicle testified the two men were at the store ;of Samy F-iBishaf for change of

struck a car driven by Atilla G. Toth that afternoon and bought beer from zoning from, ,B-3 commercial to '
'76.:Toth was killed In the accident. him. Slater said, in answer to defense R1Dmobile( and conventional home lel'lsOr.JD'St; :
f Jackson resigned front the Police attorneys-questioning, that the men mix)' on a.100 by 2 Soot space just ;
Dept after accident and Miller did not appear to have been affectedby south of/ UieTo-Rcna, Motel on US-301. ( -iMitc : re
pending his trial. ,, the beer when they left his store 'riorlhy\ '
was thanThe and drove north on US-lot. The'owner proposes to.... the lot 954-7810.
:j: The trial started with no more separately' w .. 127 (.,Cad Street' Stark. -
for ,
Starke be
usual number of spectators In the irmer. police department. placement of a mobile home to
Bradford County courtroom with the Investigator Steve' Backus testified ''occupied by a "security agent" for a 'I" '

exception of the news' media. 'A that the men had worked from 6 p.m. new bowling alley.lounce) now 'under I'M r; I '
from TV Channel 12 was-tap. the night before, until 6 a.m. the day construction for' Bashai on a larger \ l,' .>.I". <\ "
camera causing Judge oft accident tract of land. 'The spot-toned mobile

woman" .''proceedings Crews to caution the four The court was'recessed early borne site would be located if the"petition inogE "Cf SdWV'lS 31Snoa

two man Jury to refrain from Wednesday afternoon' with star stale is granted,between the new bowt: ,
watching televising, news .* well as still rilanninrt to mil witno-WK! :" *- log cenll'tnd\ the railroad.



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41TELEGRAPII, -, June 23. IMU

J; 1919 Was Dedicated to Welc.o i1Ji
'''' !
etJiTotti 1s: : ) ,;< ,

( .. :" :1)) > .' Veterans? Back Home World War I' !' lv\
''J." :,. {" ";' : ,hi l', 'j. \/ f J." ,V'< ', : from :, .:,; .

'" .. wJ r. .
'r i
) '. It was June 20, 1919, and the Germans I :; 'I '
,. *. I. '*;I :' 'i I.i '* i'* 4, II I ",,':' \ 'I ,' .$' had been given seven days to accept or 'July 4, 1919 will be the day of days in : "'' :'n'J
> refuse the Treaty of Versailles, putting **, Starke. ,It will be the day on which i' ;
OENERALIZBO. WBTLAND ARBAB' t and end to World War I. everyone will gather to show their respect,I',', '*" '',*
: ,and the honor In which they hold the young r '
Capt. John Alcock and Lt. Arthur W. men of Bradford, who, without hesitation ,
.. : t.i
Brown, In their Vickers-Vlmy biplane, had ,
landed at Clifden, Ireland five days or protest, left their homes, their loved ',.*
BRADFORD pop previously, completing the first non-stop ones everything that a man holds dear, ,;: .
flight across the Atlantic Ocean. to answer the call to arms ". t .c
'. '.. ''\
General Pershing had just announcedthat
he would transport 375 thousand men "There was no certainty they would ever ;''1
COUNT/ homeward from the European Theatre of look upon their homes or friends again,but, -T
'" war during the month of June. I 1 the thought caused them to hesitate not a .'-u
moment. From the minute our President :
% das On 'the home front, turpentine was said we must throw our strength to the side .M
'''I t quoted on the Savannah market at 107 andthreequarters I of justice, every man of them became a .., '':
the highest price ever attained soldier-a better fighter than the years of ,:fi
at that market.At training ever made the Hun. ..;:'

its June 17 meeting, the Bradford U
County School Board set a term of five "They have acquitted themselves as
months for the ensuing school year. Americans and are now returning to their 0(.
Salaries of principals at Starke and Lake homes, quietly they are drifting in by twosH
Butler were fixed at $150 per month, and and threes, satisfied to return to their ..",, . salaries of all primary certificates were civilian pursuits and expecting no further ill
..weon.wM I fixed at$90 per month. reward than the knowledge they have done ", .3
But the citizens of Starke were mainly The Big Parade scheduled for 12 o'clock well.
I concerned with thecoming, 4th of July noon, was headed by Berry's Band of "But we, whom they left behind, are not
celebration, billed at Starke's first oppor- Jacksonville, with Capt. A.H. Freeman, a willing that the sacrifices of these boys
l tunity to see its World War I Veterans prominent Starke doctor, as parade marshall should go unrecognized, and on the Fourth f 3
together, In a body. In its advance story on ,assisted by Maj. E.S. Matthews,who ,of July the citizens of Bradford County will '_3
the celebration, The Telegraph laid was commander of the Bradford gather In Starke, see our boys for the first
J invitations to the soldiers to be Starke's volunteers during the SpanishAmericanWar. time as a body of Uncle Sam's fighters.
_'L_ ......... guests of honor have been mailed, and and give them the welcome home. :::3
responses are coming in by every mail, this event almost 45 S3
Capt. WT, Weeks long-time Bradford Although big was
assuring a parade that will have
soldier who every County Clerk of the Court,commanded the years after the end of the Civil War, there 22
1Q day." can. possibly get away for the Confederate veterans parade unit-Li. A.V. were still enough Coni'derate veterans Z i;:
around to hold"meetings of the J.J. -r
__ Long a Starke attorney and later Federal
aNew The reviewing stand was to be placed opposite Judge, commanded the SpanishAmericanWar Dickison Camp, United Confederate I
the Gaiety Theatre, with Gov. vets;, and Lt. H.C. (Clint) Richard, a Veterans. W.T. Weeks was captain com
Sidney J. Catts as the main speaker, and Starke Insurance mander; John Croft, D.J. Band J.M,. It.I i
Hon. A.Z. Adkins, long time circuit judge, of the World War agent Veterans., was in command Rimes, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd lieutenants i
Approach SoughtFor delivering the address of wel'ome. Mayor respectively; S.F. Morgan, adjutant; and i
Frank Hoover had asked ev rv business "Starke's shady streets offer the best L.W. Kickliter, Chaplain. :::;, I I
and residence in town "to throw "1 Glory picknicking grounds In the county,so bring Other active members of the camp In- \ !
Control of MiningA In the breeze" and otherwise dec.. '''t for the largest basket you have filled to the cluded: T.W. (Tom) Sweat, John W. 0.'r.: '
the occasion. brim, and select the like best "
spot you teen, C.F. Fralick, L.F. Gay of Providence ':If
the'' The Telegraph urged. Henry Varnes of Johnstown, J.T. :. !
the end of the tunnel was in Alachua Besides Armory, which was then Jones, W.R. Haislop, and Capt.J.W. Wells ;:.
light at proximately 1,200 acres located on the second floor of a brick "The display of fireworks in the eveningwill ." ; '
seen by the County Commission Mon- County, is included in the Green Plan building on Call Street it was planned to be the largest ever brought to Brad- Starke. ;:;
day night in dealing with at least one of Inventory of Natural, Archeological rope off a portion of the street for those ford County, and will include some of the At one time Starke wad famous for Its 'f-
its problems the protection of and Historical Sites in North Central who wished to dance to the music of a bandof latest patriotic designs bombs bursting Fourth of July celebrations but with the
major in air, filling the heavens with golden increasing popularity of the automobileand
Santa Fe Swamp from the possible Florida prepared in 1973 by the North fiddlers"t'y!,-' stars, and rockets with the national "hard roads" more and more families
adverse effects of peat mining in this Central ,Florida Regional Planning All kinds of athletic events were scheduled colors." started celebrating the day at nearby

sensitive wetland area, so important to Council. Including Ford auto races, 100-yard In an editorial comment The Telegraph lakes and beaches and the home town
dash, ,Florida mule races, and running celebrations abandoned.
lakes and streams in the. Suwannee said: were eventually ,
Attempts were made in 1977 to in- hitch sumo
River basin. terest the State in purchasing the

There was general agreement among swamp as endangered land. It could 1 1i
County Commissioners and interested have been purchased then for a fractionof :4th

persons attending a mining ordinance its current price, but it was assigneda

workshop session that it would be more low priority since state officials saw

feasible to provide needed protection to no threat to its development at that r

the swamp through implementation of time. This was long before there was b ,,,,, 4

the land use element.of the county's any interest in peat as a fuel. s t1

Comprehensive Plan, rather than de-. The Comprehensive Plan was
pend on enforcement (:- ordinance.., adopted in I960 and was riot triggered by 40 )1121/ {

The Comprehensive'Wa'rf'fo'r*Brad the present controversy over peat min-'i "u

ford County, adopted in June' 1980, ing, which surfaced only two years ago.
stresses the importance of the county's The Comprehensive Plan standards /I

wetlands and provides ample basis for would apply to all mining in conserva-

their protection if the ComprehensivePlan 'tion areas, and not be limited just to

is backed up by the county's zoning peat.In. .

ordinances.The addition to the Santa Fe Swamp .
scatteredthroughout Immediate past president Jim Duncan Officers and directors of the Starke Rotary Club (from left)I Alderman, director:
"Policies and Standards Develop- other smaller wetlands are
Frank Dorman, secretarYI Bernie McFadden.president; Doyle Thomas,director Drew "J
(center) presented Paul Harris
ment" of various types of land in Brad- the county. While these Fellowships awarded by the club to Jim- Reddish president-elect; Wayne Douglas director; Keith Gillingham treasurer; Maxle
ford County, as given in the Comprehensive smaller wetlands might not serve as my Peek (left and J.E. Tomllnson. Carter director. Sergeant-at-arms Al Crosby and director John Miller not pictured. 4

Plan, stipulates the following inJo' significant recharge areas, they are

regard to wetlands: valuable natural systems for other

Development occurring along the reasons. They serve as catch basins for Starke Rotary Club Installs New Officers : : "

shores of lakes within Bradford County overland surface water, flow. During :
shall be designed to minimize its impacton periods of heavy precipitation, the r : ',: }, ';;,:b

the natural system of the lakes. wetland basins fill until they overflow, nvZ

sending the rest of the water The annual installation of the Starke Rotary Club was held Mon diamond membership pin in recognition of his service to the club ."A
The drainage of wetlands within downstream or into adjacent lakes. In day night at the Starke Golf and Country Club with 75 members, during the past year, and each Rotary Ann received a miniature ,".
Bradford County should be preventedand this the wetlands function like guests,and.Rotary Anna attending.Dan silver bell topped with the Rotary wheel as a memento of the occa- ,f'-
which realizes that their way lion. '-S
a policy
small dams by reducing the total .
Boyd, immediate past president of the Gainesville Rotary I
highest and best use as wetlands shouldbe amount of water in the lower areas of Club, Installed the new officers for the year 1983-84 and charged The Starke club Is now In Its 46th year, having been chartered"on" ?

implemented. the watershed, thereby reducing the each with his duties. ':>- Feb. 25, 1937. It meets each Wednesday at 12:15: p.m and has a cut: <

Significant aquifer recharge areas risk of floods.Conversely. Past President Jim Duncan! was presented with a plaque and a rent membership of 54 business and professional men ." ,. '( 5.' >

should be protected from developmentby "
during periods of ):1"rf
designating them for non-urban uses. drought, wetlands retain water longer :,-

Earth resources shall be used to the than the uplands due to soil and plant County Agent's NotebookThe by Bobby L.Taylor !,
benefit of the citizens of Bradford Coun- conditions which retard the Bradford County Agent :''tAt

ty. Land reclamation which allows the overland surface water flow and

productive use of land after the ,evaporation... Thus, during dry periods, fall vegetable garden can often be It you plan to grow warm-weather flies Is this horse: 'N
resource is depleted shall be required. wetlands serve as waterholes for farm productive for us, but may also be disappointing in the fall garden, time flies have very only large year.Most
animals and wildlife. well Of the plantings critical. So Is ,one generation per year.. "
The County should maintain if It is not flaoned. especially Yellow flies have a sponglDglapplng"mouthpart. P
factors control since the most
that nematode ,
naturally occurring surface water Each year, developers destroy more many They cut a hole In the skin and
some of the first and most basic are the nematode-susceptible crops are to be j .1
i quality, quantity, and flow, and manage and more of Florida's wetlands, ruining garden location, what has been grown on it planted into soil which Is at warm people Inject saliva.swell Often to two arms or three and legs times of bitten i!

ground water resources on a safe, sus- breeding areas for fish and shrimp, recently, and kinds of pest problems temperatures very favorable for crop normal size after a bite. Cattle and horses their
tained yield basis. while depriving the state of pollutioncleansing known to be found there. damage nematodes. A little forethoughtnow bvcome unmanageable when, there
action well. Wetlands act Moving the garden to a new site which will prepare you to plant your fall outbreaks of yellow files: are
1 The objectives of the Land Use Planas as has not recently been planted to harvest. People should (,
applied to Conservation and Preser- as a great sponge, soaking up pollutantsin vegetables ("crop rotation") is generally There has been an outbreak of yellow into yellow fly wear infested repellents when gong -.
the water before. it passes on considered one of the best steps to reduce flies around the state of Florida this year. little else that be areas There is
vation to can done to
areas are alleviate the
of nematodes and horse flies deer flies
downstream. chances damage by Yellow flies are or problem. Yellow
Preserve the useful life of natural many soilbornefungal pathogens. and feed on the blood of man and animals. In late fly outbreaks normally
resources by managing them to main- Protecting conservation areas However, many gardeners do not have a They breed in wet areas, feeding on other occur next year. So spring,should then disappear until
tain diversity and By protecting their through use of the Comprehensive Plan good alternative location for the garden,so insects and arthropods. Because of the wet alter their outdoor people activities be patient and

natural functions. will necessitate some beefing up and must live with and learn to manage the season,last year, the population of yellow Until ,the outbreak subsides. temporarily' 1' '' ",
certain insect
problems on one site.Moreover, ;
i Protect and sustain the flow of amending of the county zoning or- problems such as, wireworms and .t, '
I water from the subsurface. aquifer by dinances to include new standards white grubs may be worse in land newly :.'
: significant aquifer rechargeareas 'dredge and fill permits. It will also be 'reclaimed from grass... High, Praise for "
necessary to define peat as a mineral so If you will plant your fall garden in the :
through designation for conserva- that its recovery from the swamp will same spot as Its predecessor, now Is the and Dolls'Dear Registered Democrats ,;) j1'O'
tion or agricultural uses. time to note where nematode damage, root Guys Eligible to Run for J !j.
be termed "mining" rather than .
wilt soil insects such as )
rot, disease or
Maintain naturally occurring surface "harvesting." If it could be argued that wireworms have been problems. Steps Editor: ,, Convention Delegate, : .;

water quality and flow, and peat is "harvested" like an agriculturalcrop which can help you {manage those soil- applaud I would the like talented to take Bradford this opportunity Community to ';The qualifying period ',,. '

manage ground water resources on a it would be extempt from, permit- borne pests Include,rotation of varieties of crops and Players for the outstanding performance open for Bradford County now ,: ','

safe, sustained yield basis. ting by pie county. within soil treatments the garden U,problems choice warrant diem: of"Guys and Dolls" Not only was this one Democrats to file for election .' '::
of the most entertaining evenings I have as delegates to the 1963 State f'l'j
Wetlands defined where soil Is needed to, lower
are as areas Work'has If treatment
already started on making but the of Democratic ,
I spent In a long time, degree professionalism \ Party In.
the water table is at near or above the population of nematodes' or' soil borne' ,..
these important revisions in the Com- in the manner it ,was Hollywood FI4.'Oct.21-23. .
land surface for significant of fungi, the fumigant !solid as Vapam or commendable. The ends' .
a part qualifying
prehensive Plan which it is believed will Fume-V most effective chemical presented was truly period 7
most years.'Wetlands include marshes,. give Bradford County the instrument to available to home the gardeners to kill noxious The amount of time spent in preparation July IS, after which the Brad-, ;J
of sets music. ford County Democratic
mudflats, and swamps, as well as along use its "Earth" resources for the soil organisms..To use.-It properly, you practice,. construction and set changes',was ex- will meet and Com. "
extensive parts of some river flood benefit of its citizens. In the case of the must plan ahead on your gardening calen- tremely lighting worthwhile props to all who were fortunate delegates from among those '

plains. Santa Fe Swamp, it will also bebenefiting dar so you are sure to do a good for job in time fall enough to enjoy the play who have qualified.Any ." '
for dates early. 'Ia'Iatnlttee
The Santa'Fe Swamp which includes the entire state by helping to optimum planting, 'The Country Club staff can be extremely, registered Democrat /in ?
crops. and' Bradford "
proud of this event.The food, service, County Is eligible to" .
in protect one :of' Florida's priceless The soil to be tilled or spaded J
approximately 5,000; acres will have the entire dinner theatre idea was carried become,'a candidate for ? }
and treasures the Suwannee River. weeks or more before fumigation, to allow '
southeastern Bradford County ap- ,. time to decompose. off magnificently .. delegate and may obtain ,
plant material sufficient should It certainly was ,an 'evening to qualifying form at the Bra*. '
Application of the fumigant remember,and look forward to again next jord County Telegraph They + r
be done two weeks \before the expected fortunate we are to have such. must be filled out and "
must plan 'year.'How ." .! returned -, i
planting date. Therefore you '
by July IS.
advance to be able talent In our community
lour weeks in .
'1' ., or more Martha Nettles.,,
) '. : to get the most from the soil treatments.
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Junl'::11I, IlN:1! : TELEGRAPH Pa MSA

Cynthia NesSmith and Lawrence Picard Jr. <:; (i r\ .. .',.

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Married Saturday at Sullivan's Island SC.d; ;;', ;:Social: Side Of The News!

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Cynthia Melinda NesSmith, Nancy Lynn Picard was flower girl. .;' ,< Gladys Mooty Society Editor 964-7608
daughter of James William NesSmithof The groom's six year old cousin, Ben- / +A"
Jacksonville and Mrs. Jeane )amin Swain was ring-brearer. 4
Stewart.NeoSmlth of Lake City and The bride wore a gown of reem- ii'l' .
Lawrence Gilford Picard, Jr., son of broidered lace, sweetheart neckline '
Lawrence, G. Picard, Sr. of Mount fitted bodice accented with pearls andsequins

Picard Pleasant of Sullivan's S.C. and Mrs.Island Nancy, S.C.Swain were with tiers, full of lace sleeves and cathedral, skirt draped train. Did You Know..'.. .... .. .t.. ... ... ... .... ... ......... ... .. .. ...

united in marriage Saturday,June 25, She carried a cascading bouquet of (i Visiting their parents, Mr.and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Louin Redding and
at 2 p.m. in Stella Marls Catholic pink roses, lillies-of-the-valle bay's Miss Mava Lee Thomas of Alexandria J.H. Moncrief last week were Mrs. grandchildren Ann and Jim Starlingwere
Church, Sullivan's Island, N.C. with azaleas, white stephanotis and .,Va. was Tuesday visitor of her J.S. Walker and Mrs,"Steve Walker, camping last week at Red Barn
Father Larry Mcinerny and Rev. breath with showers of white ribbon.A parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jr. of Savannah, Ga., Mrs. Cindy near Bushnell.
James Montgomery performing the reception was held in Stella Marls Thomas. Stack and son of Charlotte Va.,Mrs.
nuptials Christ'our King Reception Hall, Mt. Doris Underill and Mrs Robert Mr. and Mrs. T.E. Nail spent last
Bridal attendants were Miss Pleasant. Out-of-town guests attending the Underill of Indiatlantic. week in the Smoky Mountains, then to
Michele Marie Picard, sister of the The bride Is a 1981 graduate of the Norman family reunion Sunday at the Washington D.C. to see the Vietnam
groom, Ms. Susan Bond Gainey, Mrs. University of Florida and is employedat home of Mr. and Mrs. Tullle Norman Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin spent Memorial and then through Virginia
Barbara James McCollum Ms. Charleston Naval Shipyard.: of were Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Gillyard and Sunday and Monday in Savannab, Ga. enroute, home.
The attended
and College
Theresa Sharon Simonetti Mrs. t Mr; 'and Mrs. Donald Gillyard and
Laura Aikin Helgerud. t k Charleston and Trident Technical sons of Madison, Mrs. Marguerite Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barksdale Col. and Mrs. J.A. Griffin have as
Ushers were James W. NesSmith, College and is a member of the Smith of Jasper, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry returned to their home Humboldt, guests this week his sisters, Mrs.
Jr. the bride's brother, Timothy Pipefitters Union. He is a pipefitter Dixon and son of Lakeland, Mr. and Tenn, Tuesday after a weeks visit Pauline Hicks and Mrs. Bee Haller of
Reynolds Picard the groom's apprentice at Charleston Naval Mrs.Sidney Emanuel of DeBerry and with his mother Mrs. Vergie Lakeland and Mrs. Ruth Allen of
brother, Frank Hailds Moraska, John Shipyard. Mr.and Mrs. Wilbur Bruce of Enter. Barksdale and family/{ / ''Tampa.
After wedding to Bermudathe
a trip
Mansfield Wood and Robert L. '
will live in Mount Pleasant, prise. Steven Moran Is home for the
Bryant. Mrs. L.G. Picard Jr. couple Mr: and Mrs. W.S. Haas and Mr sum-
The groom's nine year old sister, S.C. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Miller and sons and Mrs. Dale Haas spent the mer from the University of MIn-
or Jacksonville were Tuesday visitors weekend in Dublin, Ga. and attendedthe nesota. He was awarded a scholar
of their parents, Mr.and Mrs. George Isaac Joiner reunion at Bethany ship at Sarasota Music Festival as
Miller. Church near Tennille, Ga.,on Sunday. string bassist for three weeks.

I Upcoming Events t"

;jBHS Class of 1978 \' : (. RJE Class of '63
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Volunteers Planning Reunion \'i't. ; Give Class ReunionAll

Teenage The graduating class of 1978 Is plan Tr;: persons interested in participating
,Organization Meeting ning their five year reunion, to take in the class of '63 reunionare
Bradford Hospital Teenage' place on July 30, at Starke Golf and asked to get In contact with Glory
Volunteers will meet in the Hospital Country Club. Jackson, 964-8357 or Robert Ellerson.
Library Tuesday, July 5, at 7 p.m. The following is a list of people who The reunion will be Saturday, July 2,
All members are urged to attend. GN. we could not contact. If anyone knows at the Western. Steer Steakhouse at 9
This will be a. reorganizational how to get in touch with any of these p.m.
meeting. Mrs. Beth Moore, recently people, please contact Diane Crews at
appointed TAV chairman will be N. 964-7497 or write 1978 Reunion, P.O.
meeting with the group. Any girl 14 ate Box 187, Starke. Any graduate of 1978 wMi It doesn't matter if you did not
years of age or over that is Interestedin who has not received a letter and graduate with the class as long as you
their does not below, were a classmate during our high
name appear
becoming Volunteer
a Teenage are J. '
Ole RJE.;
asked to attend. please contact Diane Crews. school years at "Dear
Barbara Alexander, Laura Andrews 'f'

Karen Burchette, Sheila Belcher, Sherry Berry 'f, ,' On Sunday, July 3, at 11 a.m., the
Joy Carroll, Randall Cole, PhyllisCollier : '
\ will meet at Ebenezer Baptist
Robert B. TurnerEngagement group
and Frances Coltrane. Io.j \
\j ; Church for morning worship. Our l S
Told Also James A. Davis, Marie 1 classmate. Rev. Leroy Moore, will b
Depoe, Connie DeSue, Dawn DeWitt,
deliver the
: is made of the message.
Joepeh Fennell,Bridget Fields,Sandi IIa
i engagement and approaching marriage Fish Stephen A. Gacioch, and
of Karen Burchette, daughter of
Carolyn Gomes. 'Talya Peacock
Carla Robinson B
William A. Burchette of Gainesvilleand Also, Christine Gornto, Cindy Gorn- Stephen Moore I
Dellia H. Burchette of Lawtey,to Carla Robinson, to,1"'Terri i Gornto, Annette Griffis, FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD a
Mr.and Mrs. J.T. Lawson Robert Brantley Turner, son of Brenda Griffis George Griffin, Hwy 16 W. & Weldon 964-6971
Robert.V. Turner of Belleglade and J.B. O'Steen III Daniel Gordon, Deborah Henderson, 'Talya Peacock I
The j.T. Lawson Janet Turner of Starke. To Wed July 30 and Dome Herndon. Stephen MooreEngagement The Pastor George Watson Invite You and to
The wedding will take place Aug. eat Congregation
Hill Charles ,
Robert ,
To C.' lebrat B 11 a.m. in the First UnitedMethodist Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robinson of Phillip Also Jones, Debra Kramer, ToldMs. Come and Worship With Us )

50th AnniversaryMr. Church Starke, with a Newberry announce the engagementand Michael Lewis, Brenda Littrell, Geraldine Thompson announces Sunday Sakai..10 AM 1.
.. ... AM
of the their
reception following at the home approaching marriage of Ronald Marks, and Melinda Mallory. the engagement and ap Morning Worship
and Mrs. James Thomas prospective' groom's mother, Mrs. daughter, Carla Diane, to J.B: Also, Emma Murphy, Timothy proaching marriage of her daughter, Evana.asfa..7.. PMWsdnudayW.nhip.:7:7059 I
Lawson (Jim, and Cbristine) of 302 S. Janet Turner on N.E. Second Avenue, O'Steen, III, son of Mr. and Mrs.J.B. Myers, Merri Ornsby, Mark Race Talya Peacock, to Stephen D. Mooreof ; .1
Bay Street, Starke? will celebrate Starke. O'Steen,Jr., of High Springs. Larry Robinson, Ellata Ross, MikelJoW4t Waldo, son of Mr. and Mrs. ClaudeH. 1S
their 50th wedding a All friends and relatives are Invitedto Carla is the granddaughter of Buck and Joni Runnels. Moore of Middleburg: t

reception Sunday, 4 attend. Robinson, formallynof Starke and now' ; ; Kenny\ ,'. .7he)'eddngwl\ | II)|,'take place Aug. 13 a.

Church feU'the !annlversa&Wlth: st .............,. ,." g.- ''*..= ;:wK7-*'!turn of. d MufcAJiiBtot hs. <.gristndcUughtviwof 'tit m..MarKaret.SheUbUJIe'Sna ,1'TltmUI1J QSyajJRpd'tlq' ) -.aJ.ilblil1IW} JL}'lfJ1kP1l iess.\ I 1 ,)!.>:!J HJCtf( 1ARKE': dF'G' bl''I'1 nl(, 1.1rt 1 .,..

their dough ; !! ): .. :- ".....*-.11-iV.* "', Stokes, of Brooker.. y' dJti: ; lIJ'f Teresa n'\vIlU801I1t. rt1rJijlJi 't4.6, 'tbYllvt'I" ,,\ ".'". ...it/ 'y 9643445Walter
Harding, Jr. of Odentown, Md. and The wedding will be held In the, ", '< 422 N. St. Clolr
Mrs. Neil R. (Patti) Crawford of Kelly Burdick, Union Baptist Church in Newberry/1! i You F. Monti Pastor I
.. ..... Karen Reddish
Starke. r" Charles Hendrix July 30. Old Know... to worship with us.
The Lawsons were married in 1933 No:Invitations will be sent, but all George Goldsmith We Invite you
ToWed. August 6 r Mr. and Mrs.H.A.Lawson are mov- Attended Nursery
in Dothan,Ala. and have eight grand- friends and relatives are invited.
children and three great Announcement is made. of the ing their\ ,new home in Live Oak today. Married June 24 Sunday School . W am

grandchildren.All engagement and approaching mar- Thursdayj Mr and Mrs. Lamar Reddish announce Worship . .11 am
friends and relatives are invitedto rige, .of Kelly Judith Burdick of Did You Know........,.. Mr. and Mrs. Bill McClane and the marriage of their Morning . . .* pm
attend. Starke, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. daughter, Karen, to George Evening "
r Allen. Burdick of Chino, Calif., to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gissy were family'of, Jacksonville Beach spent Goldsmith of Atlantic Beach on Fri- Wednesday Youth .. .730p
visiting relatives In Leopold, W. Va. the "weekend with his mother, Mrs.:
Charles Dwain Hendrix, son of Mr. day, June 24
Mt. Calvary Baptist and Mrs. Richard Hendrix of Starke. last week. Huston McClane.,

Church Family Day The wedding is planned for Aug. 6
Joe Stewart of Washington D.C.,
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hendrix
Jenkins minister
Rev. annual 337 N, Walnut St., Starke spent WEEDEATER SALE
will observe their fourth his mother, Mrs. Ray Brown. NURSERY'
Family and Friend's Day all day Sun- .
day, July 2, beginning with Sunday L "Th*Original Line Trlmmar"
School -at 10 a.m.. Superintendent 1
Samantha Harmon will be in charge.At Canfux M.D.: \ Beg.p224"
11:30: a.m., morning worship :.< Rose Bushes .1 Assembled & Serviced
with Minister A.J. Simmons,pastor of GENERAL MEDICINE : Reg. '6.49
Church Starke'along SaleJQK99
with Bethel his Baptist congregation will be in Announces the opening of his office at On Sale '4.99 O Model Tnmnwr/Edgcr/XR-75 Price I *3 J

charge after morning worship. STARKE PLAZA WMdcutMr \
Dinner will,be served on Sunday at axe et...... / In The
4 m. '(Next to Pantry Pride) Peach Trees F-OO" "" /' Ball ,
The'Rev.. C.C. Rauls of Lake City Reg. '8.49 ..".." --
and his choir will perform and we, Hours.9-5 Monday Friday sae.,anew- '
hope to see you. *7.49, / .
On Sale
After the evening services, home' PHONE 964-4668 ModeIX"-SO",
made ice cream and cake ,will be # G.T..m./Edg.. ..
.1 Everyone la .invited.. Trees / Bale
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BIRTHS hostesses after opening of the m !!r.. Itrotiker. Athletic Association We are happy to have Louise Woods for the happy IICcaBion. Approximate.
'f By c.":. ".Su ," hauls. I lovely gifts. j k, '"' fie'1 The BAA held a year end awards. ,and George ,Dub) Davis home .and :' Iy1300 guests sto ped'to offerUhe' ,'
tF. s 'r Phon; IS-1U": "11 Hostesses were Beverly Welch/Ann ': ceremony and hamburger cookout doing much, better. after! a stay inN bese.twishes':. ':,'\ or,.. ,; tb 14Bobbyr'end '.f, .QugPI'p 'I
Starling Elma Hamilton Virginia .F.H. ;, '' ; ;; ,
June "
Thursday, 16, for all the boys Hospital in Gainesville. '. J '
Bridal Shower Crews, Nancy Parrish, Sally Benton, and girls who participated In. Dixie Mrs. John' Zapp and daughters of : "J I'' ; \: ,1r'eturne4 j
A miscellaneous bridal shower was Sue CoraLee .' Ginger Awlm.i s .
Stalnaker Stalnukcr Youth Baseball and Softball Tour. Melborne are visiting her father, Jim ) ,
held at the New River Baptist Church Anita Countryman Joanne Fusscll, naments the past year, my Crosby; and grandmother Mrs. home)atte,til iting relatives 1
Trail Lynn (rues ; Fellowship Hall for Robin Murray. Barbara Balkcom, Melodie: Stilwell, The cookout was held at the ball Lydia Crosby, for a few days. In Tampa for,;the, week. Rcwrrui <
Frank and Beth Cruce announce th a I bride elect of Drew Andrews Thursday Jeanette Hayes, Jackie Crutchfiled park of the Brooker Elementary Mr. and Mrs. William Harrell and .with them were cousins Randy, and ,
l birth of a daughter, Tracl Lynn, born'I June 9. Margaret Dyal Jean parrlxh. Naomi School. Awards were presented to all daughter Sherrl and Joy Vellenga. 'Ronnie Stalnaker who will remain lot. ; .t
June 25 in Alachua General Hospital Approximately 75 guests called between Hints Mary Rhoden Zona Edwards, participants by the BAA. have returned home after several a two week visit. { ,.
She joins a brother Michael Steven.. the hours of 7 9:30: p.m. Theo Dyal and Mary Ann Andrews, The Blake Hamilton family days vacationing at Key West and ,
Paternal grandparents are Mrs. The bride's table was kept by Thco Out of town guests wore Mrs. Elise presented an outstanding! sportsman various islands of the Keys. .i
Gertrude Cruce and the late Frank M Dyal and Elma Hamilton. The guest Thomas, grandmother of the bride. ship award to one individual from, Mrs.Tony Stalnaker and son Phillip ': '(Mr. and Mrs. John Green have;
Cruce Sr. of Lawtey. Maternal and refreshment tables were covered from Palm Harbor, Mrs. Mary each team, have returned home after two weeks returned home to Tennessee> afterj!
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. with while linen overlaid with white Turner Miss Suzanne Turner and Around Town visiting her mother, Mrs. Sarah Grinner -' visiting with his mother Mrs. Johnny. ,
Ernest T. Phillips of Starke. sheer clothes. Green plants. Ivy gar- Mrs. Susan Turner all 'of Jackson Mrs Hugh Crosby and' Mrs. Phil In Safey Harbor. Green for a couple of days. l

dmias roses glads fern and candles ville Vellenga attended the Foster- Sunday dawned bright and clear for al l i
were placed at points of interest. Kern-Agent LuncheonAll Crawford wedding held at MornIng the celebration of BO years of marriage
Clayton Robert Knislincn The refreshment table held an Keen-agers at Brooker and the ide Nature Center In Gainesvillelast for Mr and Mrs. A.I. "Rastus" Julie and David Conner of Houston,!*
Mr. and Mrs Robert Koistinen of' assortment of finger sandwiches surrounding towns will-meet at the Saturday. Mann at Brooker. All of the Mann TX have been visiting their grand-,
Starke announce the birth of a son, vegetable trays with dips sausage dining room of the Brooker Baptist I We are sorry to hear Robert Flet- children grandchildren and several parents, the Wilbur Godwins for the
Clayton Robert, born June 9 In i balls, wedding cookies lemon drops, Church Thursday, June 30. for a cher is a patient in Alachua General friends joined the couple for a past three weeks. While David ra-!
Alachua GeneralHIIspital. cheese balls and crackers. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Punch was served from a large public is Invited to come join in the. a broken leg following motor- Following the luncheon, friends and Julie is visiting friends in Palatka fO.lJ ;
Mrs. Vernie Thornton and great- crystal bowl! by several of the feast, fellowship and singing.. ; cycle accident recently. relatives began to arrive bearing gifts, a, days before returning home 1 1
grandmother is Mrs. Beulah Thorn- t !
ton. all of Starke Paternal grand- !fAr ""
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Clifford / ". .1

Koistinen great-grandmother of Tocoma.is Wash.Mrs. Elva and W.A. SternCelebrates News<$ ', .. .. see. .. .. ". .. ... .. . .. ... . .. .. .. .. . . .. .. ... . ...:
Lawtey !
McRae of Starke. 90th .'

Birthday SundayW.A. *& .v Prevatl
Ft with his mother, Mrs. Truby Wainwright Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly Mrs. ty Is extended to Mrs. Fonza
Ryan David Carter Stern who was born July 1, By Elizabeth Terry Lorie Tomlmson of Ocala, and Mrs. and other relatives due to the death all
Mr and Mrs. David Carter of 1893 in Rockford III, celebrated his Phone: 782-IUOO: : f;,;' Mr and Mrs. Patrick Henry were Sarah Hallman of Keystone Heights her husband Fonza Prevatt, Monday

Starke announce the birth of a son, !DOth birthday Sunday at a party given Sunday dinner guests of their parentsMr. attended the Colson reunion Friday, June 2*. Our prayers are with them.,
Ryan David born June 22 in Alachua by his daughter. Miss Louise Stern at PERSONALS: and Mrs. Charley Mosley, of and Saturday near Stone Mountain,
Mrs. C.E. Strickland of
General Hospital. his home S. Walnut Street. .
on Highland Ga. They came home on Sunday.
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and The occasion also celebrated the Gainesville, visited her sister. Miss Clyde Wainwright and son Van of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly of Lake Greyhound Bus Seats I
Mrs Jimmy Ritch of Theressa. birthday of Fred Stern who 83 on Elizabeth Terry Wednesday until the' '
was 'Lakeland, spent a week with his Worth are on their way to tp 1
Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. June 15.The Friday after visiting her daughterand J:
mother Mrs. Wilma Wainwright. Charlestown Ind.
; They stopped by to
Marks Hitch of Starke and Mrs. Clyde refreshment table coveredwith family in Jacksonville. Grand Ole ;
was anddaughters Doc and Dan Wainwright, of see their parents Sunday until Tues- Opry
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Cook
Hall of Theressa. Paternal grandparents -
an lace cloth and
antique Quaker Jacksonville spent a few hours Saturday -
are Mr. and Mrs. William centered with a crystal bowl holding of McAlphin spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Truby day.Deepest sympathy of the communi- July 28 Aug. 1 :
Carter and great-grandparents are an arrangement of pink silk flowers afternoon June 19, with Mr. and Mrs. Wainwright.Mr. 964-3338

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carter and Mr. and a green candle. Punch, cake and Earl Troxell. and MrS. J,R. Jones of Columbia
and Mrs Ben Rowland, all of Starke. sandwiches were served. The Wilkinson reunion was held at S,C. spent Thursday until Saturday j

. . . .. . . . The two brothers received gifts the Pistol Range Recreation Department -; with Jhelr mother, Mrs. Flossie
from the 25 relatives and friends attending at Lawtey Saturday, June 25. Rosier. 1 i

Karen Lamb HonoredAt Approximately reunion.: 60 persons, attendedthe Mrs, Harold Eunice,spent Sunday S O

with her sister, Mrs. Dansy Knight of
Bridal ShowerMiss Mrs. O.J. Boyette Jr., and Raymie Maxville.

Karen Lamb July 16 bride .. . .. . . . ... . Durban Matchett took to her their home aunt, in Mrs.Orlando Ruth June 11, Mrs. Pauline DeVore and [ro

elect of John Meng was honored at a Did You Know........... Tuesday after she visited relatives in Paul Fisher David DeVore and
bridal shower Monday night, June 27, Hampton. Mrs. Boyette Jr., and daughter Angle :Ginger- Laymon "\
at the Hampton Baptist recreation Mr. and Mrs. Joey Ilerres are Raymie spent Tuesday night with Bobby and Teresa Patterson Linda :
Adkins and attended the
relatives in son John
hall.The vistmg San Juan Puerto
table coveredwith her.Mrs. of Johnnie DeVore and Rita.
refreshment was Rico for wedding
a month Debra Mobley and family are
a floral design cloth and Osgood, at the Bethel Lutheran
with her
centered with basket of 1 spending Sunday parents, Church at St. Petersburg.Mrs. .
a variegated Mrs. A.J. Eaves and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Frank Camp antiBryan ,
flowers. It held the double ring white' Earl. Teston and daughters
Mrs. Jack Waterhouse and Carmen They are celebrating
cake decorated with flowers and inscribed last at Nancy, MM. Kathy Gaines; Mrs. ANSWERS r
spent Tuesday to Saturday Christine Marie's fourth birthday. r
of Starke attended the
"Karen and John July 16. Cumberland Island National Sea I Her grandmother Mrs. Camp bakeda Dianne Hayes
Fruit punch was served from a 1 June 18 wedding of her nephew, Phil
Shore and Jekyll Island Ga. On special cake for the birthday. '
crystal punch bowl, and cut glass 1 and Teston, son of Mr and Mrs. George' 1+6 o. UN UE. C.1 FT' SHOP
Saturday Sunday Mrs. Eaves Mrs Dave Kelly and 'sons, of
compotes held nuts and mints. andDale Teston, of Tampa, and Miss Suzanne .\\ondc.roHed.\ I Itewi knj arartwork. cra4t6nnenorq '
Carmen son Jay, Vickie Jacksonville spent the weekend with i i
The honoree was presented with a 1 in Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed \ : anal IBM: local 't'tlfat5 j
Orlando to attend
Tenly were I her parents Mr. and Mrs. Earl Trox-
corsage of silk daisies and babies a house warming of a niece, Mrs. San4 _Young: of Land of 'pef'iOr'\I artwcwfc. ar( epeaiala. de319ys6 l f fI'H. t tI

breath. Honored guests also given di Tanksly ell.Mr.. and Mrs. Lane Carter are the
corsages were Mrs. Nelma Lamb, Lakes.LeflRn I PRAME S.HQP
proud parents of a baby boy born Sunday
mother of the honoree, Mrs. Nettie Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ludwig of | June 26 in Shands Hospital. WG .5ttIck.: Over 100 Folpime Geiectionsct.5lornfile -
Fennell the honoree's grandmother, to 1o\0't0a rGPhs. Prints, needlework
Keystone Heights took his Dixie and Mrs. Ruth Meng mother of the 10 certiCttb-t": o.\.work.' : etA.
Youth baseball team to Wild Waters :Mrs. Lois Carter and Mr. and Mrs?,

future groom.A Saturday to celebrate their winning a James Starling of Lawtey. metSummer \\\6 a:. .' R. I"c., Sr I
game prize of a flow basket was tournament.They had as their guests, i Genelle Underwood and son of' e.WQ. :.".
Kids '
LMrs ctas&e ... C145t3G J"
In 05.
presented to Miss Janness Hunt. ___ l lIbOae
Hostesses for the occasion were .)Drand,, >\Sjrs. R E.Dopeon and family.:! Green Cove Springs, und Mrs-Saratj: ----- 11'Ci4 1 r 5pt'Oo-OCIT i

Mrs. Joan Mowry, Mrs. Lori Meng, Holly Shields,' Julie Ferguson and and Converse Mrs. Earl spent Prevatt.Saturday with Mr, 5kebray\ pottery dV"Qool\ n, Pl pat 1'i", i III I I ISoor1. ,
Mrs. Alice Faye Waters and Mrs 1 "" CA" i t.H1" vlI'S 'Hcrn.
Yvonne Bobo are attending the sum- Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Prevatt, of Acro :
Sallye Scoggins. mer enrichment camp at Jackson-i Gainesville spent Sunday afternoon I
. . .. .. t..s. . ville University this week. with their mother, Mrs. Carl Prevatt. Tap tV-rttlno an oeeeteoffis tC.R acrUKca," vrfQtencolotoruiVves ., i
Mrs. ROssie Reddish and her son ,, 1
Did You Know........... Attending the Epworth by the Sea I in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Canvas, awvas/ioo' easels, watercolor
family retreat at St. Simons Island, i George Guthall of Baltimore,>Md, 1 Ballet pa.per.eK.' .
Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief visited I Ga. on Friday and Saturday were: went to Ft. Lauderdale to visit Mrs raw.r-A needs percil lio., perm, !inks' Charcoal,
Dr. and Mrs Robert Underill, Jr. at' Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stevenson,Rev. ]Reddisti's son-in-law and daughter. pastels paper, etc. '
Palm Bay on Sunday and Monday. and Mrs. Warren Langer Rev. and I Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lightfoot for five, ei4ske+ reed ft; hovel IM: hctndspunyarn
Mrs. David Landers. Mr. and Mrs. i days. While they were there she saw ".Clay $ ? eu.p'p'' added: !If"reeVjeesE.
There was a three way tie for first Jim Womack Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bula I her granddaughter. Mrs Helen (34 hb stlfpr.es; v*tl' toe or' ,

place at Duplicate Bridge Tuesday Mr and Mrs. Ray Durbin, Denny Roberts and family. W 0... DsLG M US NESS '
night June 21 they were Ida Shaw George, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Folsom Henry Hodges, Buddy Smith and Ewer wonder + when need a3'ec
and Myldred Cuttino. Charuey and Mr. and Mrs. Morris. Williams ;Mrs. Sheila Wilkinson attended the ol yo you -
ial l deli n.for c& \\S Watana and Lucile Green and Evelyn i and their families. i stock car races in Lake City on Satur- yo.ai-'htsiness. -
o4-iD."o. reon4ltzieddebt
0"' or L Leniq. pe
Griffin and Marjorie Thomson. day night. Beginner Classes irwta c. ,
n For i ; +;iIW\6 notecArai' CREATlve.corT .
Mr. and JT. Carver and 'of' Jacksonville
Mrs. Daric Harvey, ,
E. i.s 'the !
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harrison of r daughters were on a weeks vacation spent Thursday until Sunday after- Ages 4 & Up : ,pious

Daytona Beach and William Harrison i last week at Vogel State Park Ga. noon with his grandparents Mr and
of Waycross were Sunday visitors of .Mrs. Charles Starling and family. Contact: ''CR TI"E COTTAGE:
their parents; Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Har- Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Chism spent the Bill Wainwright, of Atlanta, Ga., ''I DOROTHY SALAZAR >
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and sons in Tallahassee. Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling and I Classes Start July 7fh ", o o"'t1"JR.DAY IO--OO woo,
family of Lawtey were Father's Day
Randy Chitty and Bruce Watson of dinner guests of their son-in-law and
Mandarin spent the weekend with his daughter Mr. and Mrs. Franklin

Question* <& Answer* mother Mrs. Joan Chitty, Starling and family of Bryceville. -- --- -
Louie Lee Wainwrlght ''of Buttermillc s.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul DiVito of W. Tallahassee, spent one day last week

Palm Beach, spent the first of last t ,AND FREE MEDIUM PEPSI' I
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with of
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QUESTION: mother, Mrs. Hazel Jones, celebrateher COMMUNITY CENTER Z "
95th, June 12: in Canton low
"/" one of my neighbor's birthday on HtaBqiurtir Hunt
children were 'infured Salvation Makes You A Member ;

while playing in my yard, Robbie Johns of Barnsville, Ga. Sunday Iclwol ,ID '"'rww '
would Homeowners spent last week with) his grandmothers Morning WsnNa! .11
my Sunday NMM) . . 130:
Johns and Ida Shaw.
Policy cover this accident Shirley Tmrtay WgM .7.30 FiMM Night..7:30 -----II
?" He was brought here by his parents (seated' "milt te Bradford, MotelKingsley 4F.REE s
I Mr. and Mrs. Dale Johns who spent I
the weekend. ButterxniUc Biscuits
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Yes, Medical payments ApostOtic I
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are pay Birmingham Ala. were Sunday over I Assemb\Y
for necessary medical expenses night guests of his mother Mrs. w,it. i Sabbath f Nei/.law 0 pieces ol the Colonel" Original' Recipe,, I
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of bodily injury guests of ME';; and Mrs. J.C. Hobbs phone 473- 442AI" Y WITH THIS '
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I First Baptist Holds

B\ '

dt, Number One Position

,, iM $ .d, 4F' r .
;,1 of i y r r -S I+' V
4'-t'' 1A ''iV' tl y t r t 1 First Baptist moved Into the lead of First Baptist 300 002 I
< (' the mens church Softball league aftera Grace 000 002 2
va 7-1 win over Kingsley Lake Baptist First Baptist loading hltteniMcGee with
t8 i Tuesday night and a 5-2 win over a triple, Stevens 2-lor-3 with a double
t Grace Baptist Monday night. Grace leedlng hlttemJohnton 2-lor-3.

First Baptist, Northside Baptist, Smith alof3.'Klngtleyleko.
and Kingsley Lake Baptist were all
r t tied for the lead In the league last 302 III BNorthtlde

::; 4t week.FB with a 15-4 record has only a Klngtley t.... leading hlttertiCalnetSAonQM. 000 ,001 1

6 r 1) light lead over Northslde with a 15-9 Crawford 3-for-4.
record. Kingsley Lake moved their
r -4, mark to 14-5 after the week's play.In North.ld. 022 604.. re.st.
';r' t the FB-KL game things ere close Stan 004 004 I -
until in the fourth Inning when Mike Northtldo' leading hlrtertiCubbedge
Harley knocked in a home run for 3-lor-S with a double, Bonnet with a c'ou-: u I
1 S First Baptist and another run by bl., E:Ho.n 3-for-4 with a horn. run, J. to
Stevens. Then FB scored three more Alvaret 2-lor-4 with a trip)., D. Hilliard
i Qfi 1 runs to insure the game. 4-for-4. G. Alvarez with a triple. In
Q Now the league will be playing Start leading hlttertiR. Warren 2-lor-4 w
: make up games that were rained out, with a double, J.O. Francis 2-for-3. le

T : h which could effect the standings.
y Presbyterian. 200 773 1*
Perk 000 031 4
Ile ::dkt rtita ,l .4 'ttJlkr ti, 4C Presbyterian leading hlttertilarry 't
pint Boptlil 200 212 7KI..I. Brown 3-for-S with a home run Buddy h
.'loll. 100 000 1 Paterton 3for-4 with o double.
: Champs... .
Air Park hltt.rt.Rlcky Nugent
f\nt\ Boptl Lading B
Crotiby, Seoillud.on. and Coach David Bennett.
Starke Slam won the Bth Annual Youth Softball AHSC. tournament lust 3-for-4 with a double, McGee 3-fof4 witha 1-lor-3 with a double Jimmy Nugent with 0
Rack Dale Buchanan Dlalne
Row-l.arryI.ong. Dyal Clayton Norman
weekend with four win. : with horn. o double.Flrtt .
I straight triple Hartley a run. e
Mike Carroll John RlgK. Wheeler John Rennett, and Jame Curtis.
l They are from (lIe\-to-rlghUFro'nt! How-Coach KI..I. lok. leading hlttemCrawlord
Jerry McGriff. Randy 1
Not shown-Enirnett Watklnt. David Jones, Kenny Dewitt. and equipment'
Wheeler Jeff Johnson. .John David Francis. Richard; Warren.' Tommy manager Tony Diggi.I lor-3.. St. Idwerdt Methodist 7 0 t

Presbyterian 321 Ml 22 Forfeit

I [!,:Starke. Stars Host Win Local 'Tournament I Jr.4-for-S Presbyterian Start with two triplet leading and hittertiBrown a 000 home 000 run 0, Jr.Smyrna Start 103 200 104"101 4 I

Sanders 3-for-4 with two doublet, Sauer Smyrna leading. MttertiSearle S-for-4.
3.lor-4, Jackson 4-lor-4. Padgett 4-lor-4 Cllpln with two doublet, West 2-tor-4 with
: Starke'Stars took first place in the His batting'landing him the most with a double. a home run Wllllt 4.for. .
senior boys division of the 6th Annual valuable player award. Jr. Star. leading hltt.rtiChopp.il
,Youth Softball Association tournament Local Businesses, Individuals Contribute ..Other leading batters for the Stars Start 041 300 5 3-lor-3 with a triple Ashley 3-lor-4.
in Starke last weekend and the were; : New River 100 051 7
Jr. Stars'' took fourth place in the Loral buH lne & that contributed were sponsor John Duke and 3olQuick'Stop Start leading hlttertiHudton 3-for-4

Junior division. Ray Norman and the Community State Bank Archie Tanner Funeral Jeff Johnen "-'0.7, Clayton Norman with a double, Norman with a double
The Stare won four T straight games Home; Ted Clark 'and The Meat Store Cheryl Godwin 'and the Starker 7-lor-IO. Mike Carrolla S-lar-*, Blolne Johnson 2for3.
'on the way to the tourney championship Recreation Dept., Western Steer Norman's Farm and Produce Bret and: Dyal 6-f.,-It. Scot Hudson lar-12.,
at the Edwards Road sports com Jerry's Athletic llouxe. Bradford County Commissioners. Sonny's Real Pit Richard Warren I-for-5, John David Franclt N.w River 203 301 9
,iBar-B-4'Wendy's: Old Fashioned Hamburgers and the Bradford County a
plex. ; 3-lor-'. Northtlde 100 120 4
)n The Stars beat'second place Bandits Telegraph. ; New River leading hlttariBaitett: ., Me-
'f" Local' Indtviduala' were tliram Chappell. Lea Boone.. John Dempsey. -,,'
of Jacksonville'l14'to'win the. Team Totali Clellan, D. Crllflt each 2-lor-4. r
tourney. In the first game the Stars James Fenders James Stroble., Charles Francis Gust Kallos Edward Northtlda leading hlttertiThompton t tf1'
beat the Road Runners, 'also from Akridge. Cookie Mundorff; Nelson Green. Farelon McClellan. Randy Crews; Gomel Of ...2O.100)( ) 3 lor-4. Hoitn 3-for-3 with a double and
!Jacksonville/ 8-4. : Herman Shoenlng Cliff Grlffls Anny Ruth Johnson Elelzabeth Slarlnaker Com.2 te-far-24.M7)( ) home runtMethodist
i'f{ The Star's connected''' for IS hits to\ Penny:, Stalnaker Luanna Mundorff. Gene Tanner Don Thornton. Stephanie Camel' 1S-for-32.563)( )
beat the Cats from Casselberry 12-1. Thornton Leonard McEchenny Steve Patch Fred Wheeler, ftareth Jones. Cam.4 lt-lar-34.S24)( ) 440 242 U
Stars rolled 11-2 over the Flyers from 'Mike Sanders Mike McRae. Chuck Johnson. Darrin Crosby Loretta,Ross/, Total *2farHO.Se4)Stars Smyrna 000 001 1
.Sylvester, GA., in the third game and Steve Thornton head '/Thornton! and Pamela Thornton. Methodist leading hltterttFlynn 3-lor-S,

had 18 hits during the game. To Play D. Thomas 4-ffor-S with two doublet and o
;; During the four games the Star* the junior 'division. The Flyers of senior Stars team was .564.. ,, In July 9-10: Tourney home run, Wlnkler 4-for-S' with a triple ..
(totaled 62 hitsaveraging 15.5 per Sylvester won the division title. The Leading hitters for the Stars during I' Hlldreth with a home run Durban tor-4.,
game while roiling In 40 runs and only Turtles from Titusville took second the tournament was James Curhlwith I', -The Stars will be taking a rest thisI Smith with a triple.
,giving up only 11. and the Lazy Gators 2, of Jacksonville an effective 10-oM2 hits for a .83;I 'weekend for July 4, but will be playIng Smyrna leading hlHerttBroughton,

"It.The, Jr. Stars lost two games ,to took third. average Curtis went 2-for-3 2-for-2,'''\ in a tournament at Casselherry Davit Wlllll l-tor-2.

,4uickl \\9"I .thc ir.charice-( -* -&')--'- I lu ,..L, The. VT team. .-cvt"i'batting: average. ii, for;'ff the jj. S-fog-191nd3-for.! gj.LVj :.. 1.July*. :I i t1\i ,...> ,. (-iii-, ; 'JIM!, l1) -I'.iv ... n .I war" .I' 'u b ,I.. "a'121,1116;, ,;

4 trJIi JW .V L.-.... ......... ... .. ... ,_.. 11r..,...._. .......r.. "'.;_...:...... ,. 1 t L .... 40'''"" ,,",' A', ,h"-\"U. 3t4" .01'13 14f
;ls;: 'j li i".v 0.>"' +. tT ), "... ,....i b. L'.r. / /- ; ;J"\i ''';,';,> J : V';;: ">'J .n. ""'- ;ffl '::: .t!'; : : ''' >''f.'fr'' "''l'i"(1"in". 7'1"- Perk /
fdwerdi. hlltertiCllhooly
",' ,, ". St. leading Safe... tst--t"
..... f with two doublet. Bower 2-for-2 with a
1 double. Mud and all. this Kingsley Lake
: Air Pork leading hlMernR. Nugent Baptist player slides. Into second on
: Still Led P G.S
i' :Womens ,Softball League By : 3-lor-S' with o dobula, Baker 2-for-3 with a a base hit Tuesday night. First Hap-
.... -I doubl. list won the game 51.

P.G.'s have firm' hold of the PvrUct ,10 Lading hllt.r>iMlldrd _.b... leading hltterttSopp 2-or-4 with.. .,'Pine Hut 200 250 *
womens Softball a league number one: Crwi 2.for-I with a doubl.. Darlnt a doubl., Richard. 2-lor-3 with a trlple,( ;...of..10 040 010 S

after rolling'18- over the Rebels G l0r. Linda Shannon t-ffo*3.Norman. Plaza Hut feeding hltteniCauley 2-lor-4
spot ,June 23 .' double, Evans 3-lor'4 Brown
Thursday with 'a I
Monday night, countering a forfeit to Win
the Sureties last week. 020 110 4 2J or-3. Giants League Tourney
r.j Norman's Farm and Pizza Hut bat. Plus Hut 000 000 0 CubbeNet ,003 4310 Perfect 10 leading hlttertiMannlng
i tied it out Monday night-with Nor'' ,. Norman leading hltt.rBtty Bor_ ... ...1. 000 000 2-lor-3, Blakenthlp 3.for-3 with a double. It was two tough games but the The Braves then scored in the second
winning the 4-0 game. The with a double, Dovl. with a horn run Cubbettet leading hHtennKathy Dlggt .t Giants beat the Braves twice to land inning to tie up the game.
l-lor-J. 3-lor-4 with a double, J.,Wllllamt 3-lor-3 baseball Another Akridge Buckwalter com-
'a.Rowdies barely beat Perfect 10, H, .. ,Jones Normant 012 4OO 7 the Dixie Youth Major
also Monday night. ,Plimai Hut (milling hlttwwEvan 2-lor-3, with a double) Brenda Mack with a triple tourney championship.Last bination drove in two runs for the
Lee 3-for-3, Brenda Butler l-lor-3 with 0 Rowdlet 121 101 4Normans to the
Hannah l-for-3. week the Giants narrowly beat Giants in the third inning regain
double. i leading hlttertMaint with o lead. Akridge scored in the fifth inn-
the second bet-
the Braves 4-1 In game
,- \ ".0:* 104 Wl IS Rebels. leading hltteniKichardt. Seay /triple.) Jockton 2-lor-4 with a double, ween the Giants and Braves. ing to give the Giants a three point

; > ,. Monday June 27 *....... 300 410 B 1-for-2, Sapp J-lor-J. Jones"' Rowdies with a leading triple fcltterttWIIkerton The Giants are undefeated in cushion.
P.O.:* leading. hlttamVal Hamm 2-loK league play and had to beat the
'. ... *. 2-for-4.
.of. 7
Rawdlel' 000 22S f with a double Linda laggall 3-far-4 with Braves twice because of the ruling SUMMARY
and hom Phyllis CuH. ".0". Parl.lt must loose Giants 102 010 4
\' Perfect 110 400 004 I two trlpl* a run ** t Storette. 7. that the second place team
3-for, S. Hankrton 3-for4, Homm with The Braves were .revet 010 000'
Kllby'J two
.. hlttaniClnny games.
.f owdl leading Hh : Deul. .. 0
J!i-lor-4 with a triple. Sharon Kilby withaI .a doubl. E. Hamm 2-for-3 with a double, -.. .,- 1 i t, undefeated in tournament play until Giants loading hlttortBuckwalter
I t double,:tlnda I Burnted. Wor4..t ,' i- Sandra D.wt: 3-for-3. ,;, ? Wed..d.. ,,Ju.,..22 I facing the Giants in the last two duels.In 1-lor-3 with a double. Akridge 3-for-4 \
: ; (' .X (:% : t 1-lor-3.
I : ; I the first inning the Giants took a with a double, Hertey

t,..! *' '. .. : ., T.',.,''". 5 ; 01 1 one run lead Paul Akridge singled )in Pmves "leading' hlttarltNoegol lfor3.
., :. '" ,: Bob Buckwalter. the only hit for thai Srav.s.Fagan's I

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.' Lawtey 'Cubs Win Hilliard: 'Tournament f

Land Development

I Two weeks of play have moved the were-J.'McNeal 2-for-4, J. riday utsauibl the Majors a score I
Lawtey_ Cubs baseball team to an 18-4 'S-for-5 C. Johnson 3-forS, throw by right fielder J. Clay, Dirt, Sand and
record, including the taking of the 1-for-l J. Johnson J-for-4, helped .the Cubs to win the -.
Hilliard Invitation,Tournament the 2-for-4. B. Strong l-for-2. .. BulldozingBackHoe r I
weekend of June 18-19. cher of game two was T hitters during 'the game Work f
.! Last weekend t'he cubs beat In game 1 the Cubs : Kittles2-for-4, J. Johnson 2-for-4 ./[
.I undefeated Dodgers of Gainesville 9-7 Jacksonville' Colts 11-4 a triple, B. Strong 2-for-4, J. Road Grader Work
pitching from Andrew Clark.'a 2-for-l.. T. Honour with one
., and the. Majors of Jacksonville 84.
In the battle last and one RBI

}, 1 In the flilliard championship game the Dodger the Cubs ,Cubs will be playing at home Keystone Heights Florida
the CUbe Jerald Brown pitched five were A. Kitties 2-for-4, J.
.{ .' Inning' against the .Jacksonville' :3-for-4, W. Brown 2-for-4 Middlcburg Saturday travel to July Mid- Phone: 473-2014 473.2149
Then Sunday
;. ; .. i'!' Kings. Cub Johnson won the most :3-for-4 with a home run. : p.m,
at 3
\ play p.m.
:. 1"':" valuable award during the Good defensive plays
,. : ; ... ..j' player Cubs at the
for the are played
JC. '
) : : ... .. ... _!...--' tournament. W. Johnson and C. Johnson. -
t t' : 'f"" I Leading! .hitters' during (that gamepouble > pitcher the game was B. \, Recreation Center Hear Ye Hear Ye
S fishJng'nep#
: ( ..' ,. Come toTHOMAS

> Bream and bass were'tutting '
.r pretty good in local fishing lakes' Pop Warner Registration; Underway .. AUTO

.t during the full moon weekend. Registration for Pop Warner football A-raffle has been set up ana 11 u
;;, Earlier in the week bream were, is being held each Saturday until layer sells SO tickets his registration
on bed, and'.hould return the' August, when teams begin practice. is' free., The raffle Is for II $100 prize. PARTS
I\, weekend of July 9.' A table will be set up each Saturday.* Car washes tl1 raise funds for thePop

,.tv 'from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m: at the Bradford Warner program are also being 430 S. 9845611Starke / _
PerretfsBast Sta- Temple
: Square Shopping Center held each Saturday at the Fina
'f hitting good in Santa Fe About 50 playersveregisteredduring tion, next to'Wendy's Hamburgers.The .
Lake and Brooklyn. Lakes on wash from 9 a.m. until n
r the first two weeks. 'car runs
Bang-O-Lure,-plastid' worms. and) Boys- ages""' seven,'through 14 'are 4,30 p.m. For Sizzling SavingsSuper

4 Bream bit Gciieva I ; :
i were lu --'--- r
and Lowery with ,worms. and' .t' Stock Accel :$ -4 O !g 5
best L'
: crickela Fishing is\ right upi .

fo...ern: the grass. ;and ajpng land, ar .: : Spark Plug Wires v. Set. ,., . . ',' IO

it Griffln'Ladge ( Dr. :Harry Small Block Chevrolet S O >l 0 0 It

1 11 1 _Shellnrackers and other'bream, Chrome Valve Covers O 4
:4". bars now Announces Rig. 44.00 ..' _. .
S 1,1 f-should be back on the sand ,
by the end of this week, If rtxs 1 $2995

Jng 'on beds over, the,weekend., Traction Bars . .
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1'ugeN.\ Ttl.t:(;RAI'U June:30. IIIN:! :.:.

I 'County. Employee Health Insurance Bids To Be Opened July 11 I

Health insurance bids for Bradford to the county being self-insured, but the group to get youngsters off the Davis Monk& Farnsworth.Denmark Commission'* lease expires In August county' Insurance company, has
County employees will be opened ala' said there would be little savings streets and Into a worthwhile activity would have charged $650 per month 1984! and plans now are to move the refused to pay a claim resulting from
2 since an outside insurance firm would she said. rent. The Historical Board of public defender .into the space, occupied a minor accident at the county land
p.m. July 11 meeting of the County '
Commission. have to be employed to administer the Trustees charges $750 for space in the by the Parole Commission fill. A bull dozer moving debris ran

Clerk Gib Brown said June 6 ho has ,policy.In Was told by Cliff Chapman,i'ecent- old courthouse but the utility bill when the lease expires .over a spray paint'can.. It explodedand
squirted on a car parked,
ly'named county director of emergency which averages some$300 per month paint '
mailed Invitations for Com
missioners new bids for good other June 6 action, the commis- services that he hopes to coordinate included in the rent. Approved the Zoning Board the dump, unloading ': .
expressed hope a
sion county rescue services. Chapman Once the commission learned recommendation for a toning' .
bid from
a substantial insurance com asked for a county office to plan, utilities were Included in the rent, any reclassification from OR (open rural). Was asked bySheriff Do'lph Reddish '

pany. Received a request to donate' tho services, and was given room In thought of moving was dropped. to CI (intensive commercial) for to get the prison volunteers tor
Brown said he requested bids on to the Bradford Mass Choir the unused fire station.' '. Assistant Public Defender Rip Frank H, Brown Jr of S. & W.Muffler reiurn to work on the county Jad."It.s
deductibles of $100 $200 and $300. to that finalize the; fire
Replogle opened the discussion by build and operate an auto parts important we
from its organizer Verdell Hall a
The clerk also said he changed a couple move warehouse his 1.& miles report," the sheriff said and that cannot -
teacher at Bradford High. Did not bite on a proposed of telling commissioners the defender's on property
requirement of bid specifications that ,all including county the The group is formed of 26 members the public defender's offices here office personnel here was willing to north of Starke on US-301. be done until a door is Installed'
and two windows Installed under
from the old courthouse to the S.G. move. thO'new
mostly black. The youngest is 11, the '
employees take the Insurance. The commission noted the Parole .Was told by Clerk Gib Brown the fire escape.
Clerk Brown said he also looked In- oldest 19, Ms. Hall said. She organized Denmark building now occupied by .

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I Highway Patrol Predicts 27 To Die I

I The Florida Highway Patrol today the drinking driver being the numberone the beaches Is' heavier during thif)

.made a grim prediction for the Independence target holiday weekend a mixture of drink
Day Holiday Weekend. There were no traffic fatalies In( ing and careless drivers produces! an':
Based on statistics gathered duringthe Bradford or Union County during the .explosive set of circumstances.

/ .,. '..... ....: "'.. ... .,.;'- past three July Fourth Holiday 1989 holiday period. Troopers will keep a close watch la
It ., Weekends, 27 people will die on our Colonel Bobby R. Burkett, Director these areas for such violators, special-
highways this year during the 78-hour of the Florida Highway Patrol said teams will be concentrating on enfor
/ 'i' period which begins at 6 p.m Friday "We will use all available resourcesto cing the DUI law and regular work",
... .. ". ,. .p. ... "\\1'ot! ,; and ends midnight July 4. reduce the number of fatalaties and hours will be altered so as to have
There were 23 fatalities during the injuries over the' long holiday maximum coverage during the hours,
same period last year and FHP weekend. Every available trooper of high frequency DUI violations. .
records show the leading causes of auxiliary trooper aircraft and radar "I ask you the motoring public to
these fatal accidents were careless unit will be utilized to spot and apprehend help us by first obeying all traffic
driving driving while under the influence violators. Accidents are laws and second by calling the
of alcohol-drugs and preventable and drivers and nearest Highway Patrol station pr
speeding. The Florida Highway pedestrians have the option to obey or local law enforcement agency when
patrol will focus on these violations not obey the rules of safe motoring.." you witness any dangerous actions.by,

.. during this July 4 holiday period with Traditionally, traffic to and from, a driver! pedestrian

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Help Clean Up Cancer... ,
Volunteers from Lawtey Correctional Mental Health Centers 'To DiversifyArea I

MQSt ('ONYE lhv t ? 1 1v day at Institute the Jr. Food washed Store cars on Satur- mental health centers are "This seems to be thi era of survival development has been cut, the contract '

Madison Ave. to help raise moneyfor having to diversify services to absorb of the fittest and the fittest are for consultation with Bradford,
f the 19H3 Cancer Crusade. losses in funding under the Reagan those who can be most creative in High School has been cut in half from

r. The car wash was only one of the' Administration, according to Carolyn thinking of programs that will ,be, $10!000 to $5,000, and the clinic ball'had
activities the Jr. Food Store had to Spooner area director of the funded and those who can find alternative to give up two offices In an annex
raise money for the crusade. They Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic in sources of funding in the wake. .because of a funding cutback.
of an extreme economic crisis," says There have been no major cutbacks,
raised $172 in a video game tourna Starke. .
merit, a bake sale a rummage sale For example the Starke clinic is Ms. Spooner. yet, says Ms. Spooner but more funding I
G and a watermelon sale. now in charge of the Community Day Some $4,000 was cut from the cutbacks are expected In July.
t Thanks go to Tommy Casey for Care Center. Mental health programsare budget of the B-U Guidance Clinic in Ms. Spooner made the remarks in a
donating the watermelons and to having to gear toward areas December and January,Ms. Spooner, Jaq. 2O address before a group of

IfTStt..r"' Werkl Wachl. Silver Springs and the where funds are being provided, suchas .says. Example are: $300 per graduate students in counselor educat .
Pepsi Cola Co. for donating prizes deinstituttonalization programs. employee for travel for professional lion at the University, of Florida.. -i y

for the video game tournament.One r rNew'
group of Cancer Crusaders J .

headed by Chairman Maurice J.' Jim DuncanTo
White raised $501 with John Kelly {
.rvlr leading the group with 1153: raised
and Maurice White a close second
with 1102 raised. The remainder of' Represent

the money was raised by Evelyn
Banks Norma Cunningham. Alberta

Dell. Jurutha Desue Evelyna Kitties .- District 2
Linda Leggett. Beulah Lennon.

Mary Alice Mosley. Bertls Robinson,. Jim Duncan, principal of Bradford
Cynthia Ross and Moiell Smith. High has been elected by the secon-
The goal for the Cancer Crusade I* dary school principals of the 23 counties
v Bradford County $10.000. Some" in District II to serve as their
C $3.000 Is still needed to reach that representative to the board of directors -
goal. Donations may be sent to the of the Florida Association of
... ., i Bradford -
!"" American Cancer Society. Secondary Principals.
t ..:'., "-,.", County Unit C/Q Lillian Stump IIWBessent .. The three-year term begins July-lv'
"n _,_' ".
I for the past five years, was elected By
a majority vote of the 120 school principals ,
In District II. The 12-member
board of directors serves as arepresentative

Esther Hall Noted For Excellent Audit Report Association of-School voice Administratorswhose to the Florida

An excellent audit report has been "The accounting system was basedon amounts. ., purpose is to improve the Shriners...
given Tax Collector Esther S. Hall for requirements of Florida Statutes quality of education for the studentsof .
the fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 1982 by and regulations of the Department of the state of Florida Sid Shuford left and Mike O-Steea. both of Starke are two of four'new'
Davis Monk. Farnsworth & Company Banking and Finance. Financial "Collections were made in accor- District Ills made up of the schoolsin .area Scottish Rite Shrine Club members Initiated this past weekend In' I

certified public accountants. records were well kept. Expenditureswere dance with governing laws and Alachua, Baker Bradford Gainesville. ''
"I'm really pleased with it. It's one properly supported and appeared regulations. Distributions were made Calhoun Clay. Columbia, Dixie, Mervin Jackson of $tarke'and Stoney Workman of Waldo also weed In-,
of the best audit reports the office has necessary for the operation of promptly and accurately. Tax rolls Franklin Gadsden Gilchrist, Itiated. though not shown. Workman,will join,the,Keystone Height Shrine;
ever had" says Tax Collector Esther the Tax Collector's office. Budgets were properly closed. Changes to the Hamilton Jefferson Lafayette Leon, ,Club. n,, ., ::,.
Hall. were submitted to and approved by original rolls were supported by writ- Levy, Liberty, Madison Nassau, Put The four were among. IBM candidates to go through the inklathulSiiri! ,
/". The opinion in the audit report the Department of Revenue. Expen- ten authorizations of the Property Ap- nam Suwannee; Taylor Union, and ,Gainesville this part .week. .nd.,. The 'Starke Shrine Club now had If*, \

states: ditures were kept within budgeted praiser. Wakulla counties. members. ; 'io'i'iI

Notices III )
Legal: _


NOTICEOF current public records of with the clerk of the the court. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ed. Pursuant to'' Section' June 28. 1983.GILBERT. The .name 'and .addresses I'1
Bradford County above styled court on or ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS EIGHTH JUDICIAL NOTICE OF 865.09; Florida] Statutes, S. BROWN of t"1
INTENTIONTO PEGISTER ,Florida. before July 8, 1983: NOT SO FILED CIRCUIT OF FLORIDAIN ADMINISTRATIONThe notice I I.. hereby giventhat' ..A* Clerk of wild Court representative and the i
FICTITIOUS NAME at public outcry to the otherwise a judgement. WILL BE 'FOREVER. BAR- AND FOR administration of the undersigned ''BV: Maude McRae personalrepresentative', '
highest and best bldd c may be entered against RED. BRADFORD COUNTY the estate of Myrtle H. Richard A. Jordan soleowner A* Deputy Clerk attorney I
Section for cash at the hour of you for the relief/ Publication of this .CIVIL ACTION McKinney deceased doing businessunder 6/30 4tchg 7/21 ore set forth. I
Pursuant to ,
12:00 a'clock Noon on July demanded In the com Notice has begun on CASE No. 63-213 File' Number 83-43-CP. I I. the firm name of '
B65.09. Florida Statute, interested I
or June 23 1983.P..onal P.O. All person*
21. 1983 at th. front plaint petition. > Tr' pending In the Circuit Jordan Agency Box .
notice. Is hereby given tht door entrance of the WITNESS my hand and Representative IN RE Th.Marriage, of Court for Bradford County 1296, Starke, FL 32091 NOTICE OF APPLICATION are required to file with
th undersigned JeffreyI. this WITHIN THREE
the seal of said Court on : Preston Leon Intends said court.
Bradford .County Courthouse > Florida! Probate Dlvl- to register
Rout 1. Box VERNON ( OHM, -
Nugent. at Starke, Jun. 2. 1983. Shimer, 16 Mlruela Husband .< slon, the address of f Ictltkxj name under the On 6/15/83 'E.I. DUo MONTHS Of THE FIRST I
Fl 32058,
784, lowley. GILBERT. BROWNAs Av.nu., St Augustine, y. N..ou/;;/ PUBLICATION OP THIS
doing Florida and :S .'" > which Is Bradford County aforesaid statute. ..I'antD. Co.,
tale business or |leant owner under the Doted: June 7, 1983. .. Clerk of sold Court FL 32084. LUCY LEACH r OLIN. Courthouse, Starke, Doled this 28 day of P.O. Box 7S3. St....... FL NOTICE: ((1) all claim .!
By. Marian McRae Attorney for Personal June A.D. 1983 In Bradford against .... estate oiled)
L. Cox. Jr. Florida. 32091, made applicationfor
WII.1'; I
firm name Route 1. United States Marshal .As Deputy Clerk6O94tchg630 Representative.: Frank B. .'I<1' The names and addresses County.: water use permit ((2)) any objection by oil I
I Fl Middle District of Florida Metcolf Esquire, NOTICE OF SUIT.NOPROPERTY..- of the personal ,,.'30 4Ktig 7/2r 2-83-00138 for ,an Interested person .t9 .
Box 784. Lawtey. Kopelousos, Head Tow and .thep.p.alto' whom notice was mailed '
representative average .
32058, Intend to Bernard S. McL.ndon send ft Metcalf PA., I withdrawal of 2.7SOO that ,challenge: the; I
told fictitious r -4U 1'.1.+ '
register under the Assistant.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Post Office Bon eSS, TOhllCY LEACH OLIN representatives attorney IN. THE'CIRCUIT COURT million gallon per day validity'of?the. will, .the
name aforesaid statute. United States Attorney FOR BRADFORD COUNTY Orange Park FL 32067, A-IJ'.Gllmore.i\Village or. 'set forth EIGHTH JUDICIAL.. CIRCUIT from ground water qualification' of tho' pare

Doted this 9th day of .Attorney. for Plaintiff FLORIDA.. PROBATE ((904)264) .60OO, Utlco-, N Jun. 1983 A.D.. In Brad 6/16"tchg 7/07 DIVISION. 6/23 2tchg 6/30 'cARE; ;,;HEREBY All Interested persons AND FOR BRADFORD ,. Township S South, Range venue or |urlsdlttlon- of'
.. File Number 8341CP "h. court. : :.
ford Florida. NOTIFIED that art action or. required to file with COUNTY 22 East Bradford County
County.6/1a4tpd7/07 IN RE: ESTATE OF MARY The Bradford County- for dissolution' of mor.rlogejrjo this court.WITHIN THREE CIVIL ACTION Florida?for< commer All CLAIMS AND OB,
.-7... IN THE CIRCUIT ANNE LIPSEYi' SMITH. Board of County Com ..been filed MONTHS OF THE FIRST Case No. 83-238 cial/Industrial/ users JECTIONS NOT SO FILED
COURT.EIGHTH Deceased ,OF THIS In ,. Trie Marriage of') WILL BE! FOREVER Alt
UNITED STATES DISTRICT misslaners will receive against you and you are. PUBLICATION i : Written obectlon| or -'
COURT,MIDDLE DISTRICT JUDICIAL CIRCUITOF NOTICE OF AD- sealed bids to be opened required to serve a copy NOTICE: (1)I all .claim JOHN O. CAMPBELL. 'comments on this application RED.
OF FLORIDAJACKSONVILLE .. FLORIDAIN MINISTRATIONThe at 1:30 p.m. on Monday, of your y, ritten defenses. against the estate. and Husband and JOAN', maybe .'filed ... .Publication""o1 .n"ii}
.. DIVISION AND FOR administration of July II, 1983. In the If any to It. on the plaintiff ((2)) any objection by an MARIE CAMPBELL, Wife. with the Governing Notice has begun. 'on
Court No. 821102CivJJHM .BRADFORD COUNTY the estate of Mary Ann. County .Commissioners' 's {attorney! whoso Interested person ,.lo .' NOTICE OF SUIT Board of lh. Suwennee ,Juno 30, t983.
., CASE NO. 03-1% Lipsey Smith deceased, Room at the Bradford name ,'and :'eddres I IsDUDLE'r. whom this' notice was NO PROPERTY River Water Management Personal Represeavtallvo
1. It. CIVIL ACTION File Number 83-4/-CP, Is County Courthouse, for HARDY, P.Av, mailed that, challenge TO: Joan Marie Camp' District 'Route, 3, :',Jeffrey ."Schafer,
UNITED STATES i pending In the Circuit Fire, E.C, and VSMMCoverg O/Jprawer I03O the validity of the will. bell.914 Walnut Avenue Box 64, Llv. Oak FL Rt, 1, Box 269-0
OF AMERICA Plaintiff r ROBERTLEEPRITT. Court for Bradford County *. Completespecifications Starke.iflorWo 32091.. 'the qualification of the Elmlra. New York 39060. until 7/18/83. Keystone Heights, Fi
Florida Probate Dlv,. be 14901, YOU ARE HEREBY 32656.
VS : Husband may ((904)) 964-8701 and file personal representative 6/3O,ItchgIN
JR: and *slon the address of picked up at- the Clerk the ( with the. ; venue jurisdiction\ of S NOTIFIED' that art action, Attorney for Personal
RUFUS D. BOKUFF. orlglno 41 ;! "
a! A
matt- Representative
which Is Post Office 'the fordlisolutlon''of
and I f KIMSERLVANNPRITT office. clerk" of the above styled court.
LILAH L. BORUFF, hit Wife Drawer B, Starke, The Board reserve the court oMpr'< before JulyIS. ALL CLAIMS AND OB. rlage has .beer filed ,, THE CIRCUIT COURT lessen, It. Bessent. .
wit.. Florida. 32091 .' The right 10 reject| any and all 1983ii otherwise o JECTIONS NOT SO FILED' against you and you are FOR BRADFORD COUNTY. Moody a Salmon 409:
Defendant NOTICE OF SUIT 'names and addresses of bids submitted. |udgemon imay; bo WILL.BE FOREVER ..... required to serve a copy FLORIDA W..Georgia Street P.O.. '
NO PROPERTY the personal representatives Gilbert S. Brown entered against rev for of your written defenses. r PROBATE DIVISION BOK IOS... Starfce, Fl
and the peronsal Clark to the Board the relief. demanded In RED.Publication. of this II any to li, on the plain File Numberi 83.26.CP 32091. ((904)) 964.7262., -
NOTICE OF SALE TO ROBERT LEE PRITT representative'/ attorney 6/23 2tchg 6/30 .the complaint/or) / ;pet>-' Notice ha begun en' tiff's. attorney whose Division: '.3<169' 6/30 2tchg, 7/7 :

Notice la hereby given 800 E. Ohio Street. Pill. are let forth' lion ,v :.fPU '" : Thursday?June 30, '983. nom. ami address .1.) .; IN RE: ESTATE OP' VIC
to Final sburg, Pennsylvania), below WITNESS..... hand and Personal Representative DUDLEY; P. HARDY P..,11'1 TORIA EMIli 'SCHAFER,
that a
i? Judg.mennt.rd,pursuant on 15217. ,All Interested 1'.""' .. TO WHOM 'IT MAY.. CONCERN the seal of said Court an ) Jock Moiett. fit. 2. ....0. (Drawer ;1030. Deceased 4th

.>7, 1983 by the YOU ARE HEREBY are required to file with : June e. 1953.l i,' **' '' Sox 3074, Starke, 'fL Ita..... H.' 32091 (904), NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION
May action court WITHIN THREE You will please take : 964.5701. Attorney, .for
above entitled, Court In NOTIFIED that an this OILIEST" BROWN 32091::
the above styled cause. for dissolution of marriage MONTHS OF THE' FIRST notice that the Bradford' A.Clerk, **aid Court Dole Haien .'..2. Box .Petltlonr/Husbond. end The odmlnl..IIM. or
United has b..n filed PUBLICATION OF'' THIS County Health Facilities Morion McKoeA 627, Lake Butler, Ft file/ the original. with .the. the.estate of VICTORIA
the underalgned Martha) of against you and you or. NOTICE: ((13) oil claims Authority will hold a Byi' *Deputy Clerk 02054 .. clerk of the above styled EMILE SCHAFER d.....*.'
States authorized or any required to serve a copy against the estate and >meeting In the'County 6,164tchg7/1y i Attorney far Personal 1 court ,an.or .before,,July" ed. I* pending In the Circuit ..

his duly, will '(ell thepropery of your written defenses. ((2.) any objection by ,on Commissioner' Meeting {. ,Representative:, Eugene 29 *1913, .,therwi. a Court far1 'BVadfonlCounty. .
deputies situate In Bradford If any to It. on the plaintiff |nt.re t.d persen ,'fo ,Room In the Bra fordCoun'V' IN THE1.CIRCUIT COURT I f. Shaw,. ',0. Drawer ,'''''II.me.It.av.. be Florida, Probate"
Florida, ', attorney whose. whom this notice was Courthouse on BRADFORD COUNTY. -' 1000, Stake FL,9209U entered agoln.t, for Division',the address of
described County as. .home and address is: moiled that challengesthe Thursday, June" ;30, 1983, FOR. FIORIDA/W1$ ,lf' .((904)) 964:57011 I he i relief demanded.. In which Is N. Temple;
Lot 11 Block I. Dudley 1'. Hardy P.-., validity of the will at 7:30 p.m.George PROBATE DIVISION! :the complaint 'or ,.11. Avenue Bradford County
PINEHAVEN: according' P.O. Drawer '1030, 'the qualification of the Roberts. Chairman File Nuinbef"'- -CP'r' ., NOTICE. Of INTENTION lion. ? a'. r Counhoose' Starkev
Plat thereof recordedIn Starke, Florida 32091 personal representative, IN 1t MYRTtEH. TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS ,. ;WITNESS trey .hand Arid .,FlorIda! .33091.: ;
to Plat look 2. Page 65. and fll. the original venue, or. )Jurisdiction of 6/73: Jtchg 6/31) : 0' ceosof N.AME. .. -., the seal of sold:Court or! .'

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TldrS-- \ Thursday. June 83 o'Flower'Show'at'LCl'' .News Briefs'
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; A Vanishing Art.. 't.

Lawtey's Raymond Durban honors> the) dead. with skill and artistry in stone

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Photos and Story !j 1l,. ,]f : '
By Mark Frlrdlin '

BCT Staff Writer ,,
His hands move across the flat sheet of solid granite with precision and care.
They have to, for one slip, or one small miscalculation, could ruin an Invest-
ment in stone worth hundreds or even thousands of dollars.

Finding the exact spot he's looking for, his hammer strikes the chisel with a
forceful but measured blow and a slab of rough stone falls away with clatter to
b' ejr the floor below, revealing an almost perfectly sheer surface beneath. .
His name Is Raymond Durban and he makes
tombstones at a small shop in
; i f Lawtey taking pride In his work and the fact that his workshop is one of the few
remaining up-right grave marker businesses in the state where the work is clone:
f. completely by hand.

V y ) 1ti A Dying Art
7 "This is a dying art there's no mistake "
,I about that, Durban says:"It took me
over five years to learn how to do this job the way it should be done and I don't
really think there are that many people out there who
are willing to go through
that kind of .
learning process today, '
Durban took over the business in 1966 that was originally started by his
father-in-law, former Lawtey Mayor Marvin Rosier, a local entrepeneur who
still owns the local nursery and power equipment business in Lawtey. In the
YY near future, Durban says. he is planning on opening a new enlarged shop In
f ISPr
kIN t 1 Starke business, where office.he, his wife Bonnie and his four sons. live and operate a separate

His eldest son Christopher was "on the job" when this reporter visited the fac-
tory, scurrying around the equipment and large stacks of finished and unfinished -
granite and marble grave markers waiting to be transported.to their final
i destination cemetaries all over the North Florida area.
\ kif "I don't know if Christopher will ever go into: this business or not," he.laugh
I ed. "There's so many things to choose from these days. I'd love to see him get
into it, of course, but I'm not going to put any pressure on him. That's his deci-
: Vpion to make on his own."

6t Word of Durban's skill and artistry has spread, largely through word of
1 with S from satisfied customers who now come from all parts of the state to
rr L him out for that special touch he seems to have with the still living stone.
(; S i. rea N put my work up against any in this country" he says proudly. "What
are Brakes me say that is some of the comments I've ,gotten from people who
,! ,. \ed with the way the markers have turned out.
Job In a bV Positive Feedback Rare
best feeliffe88 whose artisans rarely receive compliments, Durban says the
tell him thAt1'' In his line of work occurs when relatives of the deceased call to
One fairly pleased with the way a marker turned out.
brightlya I m stone In the nearby Lawtey cemelary stands out especially
The medium siS.ent to 10-year-old Jerry Gaskins who died of cancer in 1982.cut .
too short a arker is adorned with touching symbols of a youthful life
hv a lake The irat* scene with horses in a pasture and a small boy fishing
heaven". tion below reads "A darling on earth; an angel in
"His parents came
trucks and riding uVe and said he liked horses, and fishing and semi-
down and| pKtt on stone the farm on the tractor," Durban said. "I just sat
: reeling on the marker. \ an Inspiration to me and I think I captured that
feel so good I can't describ e family complimented me on that. It made me
something that's expected. ll ou. It's kind of like clapping In church. It's

it" \pone! 's not satisfied, then )'ou'll hear about
Durban works from drawingsothers l .
..... done by his wife. soriginals, some done by himself and
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"' Another beautiful scene he 'recen. ':"' p shy __
.. put into place In Hawthorne Cot an ex- Spleted was InscrIbed stone1ie'ofsorvieeavithttwrailread.Thepict : ,
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:tt.EM'S crease,: $"! H. Dukes- Justfourwlle 'laden with' fruit,anti !some,have pro* consumer.b"1 l t{ : make leAand follow this road, bear
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\roducilll4, fanner !in;Clay County.: the'laptlle depend* on the satisfactory," says Zerba.u f'J,.>' ,. 1 !
i i His main apple orchard M locateden tree and how much it Is toadad. ,It Is- Not only does Duk IJ.barr t a niQtlf>'! "JJ'm HH' I ;
+ an Island surrounded by the watersof better to/have a lighter crop with nice crop of apples each year, 11OO"or so 'I't .,. '.1." ') fI. !
Bundy Lake.", .Trees vary in site and big apples Instead of a heavy! crop," bushels, peaches and necterincs) he > .. ....' ", '
produce that, largo!; ,.succulent fruit says Dukes. also produces a let ge crop of blueberries < ".... "' ', '/
4C that once tempted Adam and Eve in Heavy rains lately with hardly rny tram his 2-acre orchard. j V j iI' ,, .,.t. ,
the Garden of Eden. "*' 'drying time in bet'Wee1showers, is "Some "right from the tree V,bite of these! beginning to take its toll on this year's produce 75 Ibs. in one year from one: . island, grown;, apples gives the' taste!! crop though. Too much water make bush," says Dukes, adding that Some- 'i.. {.J4 i
buds a real treat. The fruit,know at its the apples crack. Dukes points out. ,ol his older bushes' over 912 ft. span In r1.t',
peak, is unlike store bought shiny red Dukes Irrigates his orchard from 'all directions. ,
apples that sometimes lack the firm the lake with an overhead sprinkler He uses the same 'pick" method
k ness and crisp sweetness found in, system but plans to change it to aground ; to harvest his blueberries and says '
l these Florida grown apples. They*are flood system during the don next year he might go to (he "honor
I light green in color, like most cooking mant season In hopes to cut back on. system"
apples, with a slight blush when time fungus and rot. "They have a longer picking range
to pick. j "Florida is bad for fungus becauseof than the apples, from 6-8 weeks,"
Dukes who moved to tbet lake the dampness*' Dukes says,,"and says Dukes adding that this
region area from Jacksonville 12 overhead irrigation doesn't! help because of the unusual late cool,
years ago, says he has discovered any." season, the blueberry picking was :
what makes his island grown Duke's pump can move 1.800 almost a month late this year. M ,
sweeter than those grown inland close gallons of water a minute and servesto But rains are beginning to take
to his hone. '.1; 7-j: ? irrigate his four.acre orchard all at their toll on his blueberry crop to. So t
"People might think I'm crazy,but onetime. through advertising and word of_ I
it's the truth," .says: Dukes.-"I've Another! problem wid.} raising ap- mouth Dukes hopes more pickers
discovered that It is the tank acid ples is fire blight,which is a bacterial will find their way to his farm In the> ,
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fruit, more liar than the apples from "It is very contagious/: Dukes ,... .
trees watered by well water'. says, "and also common in pear trees ;111' ..... .t ,
According to Clay County which are of the same family as the ,"j" '"/ ,, ,,', .T1
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1 Inspection.... I .
1I I Winston Walker, Correctional Officer In Charll :.f Inside Horticulture: In-
1 spects plants In the tropical garden at'In prepiraliori for the plant show at

1i i Lawtey Correctional Institute set for r July/ a ,p. pegln,4nct! f,a.m._

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., Satf.', July" 16,' Noon to 3:3O pm 1

: Show to Be Held on July 9 ,, "Hamburgers: ,& Hot Dogs -' Como Enjoy the Fun

!1' PholOllandStory Customers We Thank Youll

i' .J The Inmates BY Mark and staff Frledlln at the Lawtey 'jL1 n FREE PRIZES to be given away on Customer Appreciation Day ._' 1
Correctional Institute are busy this
week, adding the final touches to the
iii' horticulture area to prepare the LAKE BUTLER
hV grounds for the Third Annual Plant
Show to be held on July 9.
>,, Superintendent James Wainwright ,FARM CENTER INC.
?) welcomes the public to attend this one ,
,.. day affair which begins at 9 a.m. and'' _
: closes at 6 p.m; 496-3921: -, Hwy. 121 S., Lake Butler
;. "The inmates here are really look-
Open Monday Friday 7:30-5:30: Saturday 7:30-12 noon
Ing forward to this show com ,-
mented LCI spokesman Davidt Ralph Hazen, Alan WdodIngtonKButch[ Faulkner)
Newsom. "'It's a great chance for >"
them to show off their projects thatthey'veput Coma Sao Ua !per: .You 5" Heavy Gauge (IZVfe) i 11=
so much work into."'
h( Vocational Horticulture Instructor FENCING NEEDS' Barbed Wire ,
I 1 Hilton Coleman anticipates that this $0/100
''I l 'will be the"best show yet" at Lawtey''1 1047" .p3" :... ----;? .. =
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II' Visitors' '' to the shO'WwU 42j ,
vivw *a mav y | 'r blooming plants, perenia1y1nnuah: (; $2400 We/ Fertilizer &
and fully evergreens equipped greenhouses.as they tour1 the two Pte' Barbed, Wire 4.4."o ei Spread

A walk around the horticulturetraining 'a M t: | Call Us!
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greenhouse'plants area will reveal displayed'many of the in S<)6" Barb; 'Wire .... :i . .roa\$2200\ Dolomite

luscious colorful schemes and. ar a } 25 year guarantee CCA treated fence posts ,
.rangements. |"Red Top" Cattle Panels52"x16i1795ea.
The climax of the plant show is ex- 6'/2 ft. x f-2W '1.30 each
pected to be a stroll through a tropical
garden which will display pampas' : 6% ft. x2'h"- '1.50 each

grasses trees, bananna, ficus,trees coleius, blood, colorful bananna "Red Top Hog Panels34MX16'$15.95'M:4 6% ft. x 3".3Yz" '1.70 each ; We Now 4

perenials and annuals and variety 6% ft. x 31/2"-4" '1.90 each Hnvo
of other landscape plants.
Some select projects will be .:, 6V2 ft.'z 4"-5"'... .''2.10 each '
displayed by the inmates from the '- Water Tanks WranglerJEANS I'
class using an assortment of plants rrthaaw1 + Heavy / Gates Gates *"
Duty ( Duty/Panel
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to Newsom. "\ ;. A ft. -25">ea ) SS'SW ., ,'Aff S...,.a.,s i'' '.1 Chemical k
As the show tends for the visitors, Art... 6ft-) '30' ea 12 ft. ea' "*' Garden Seeds .
refreshments will be served and each Totem was carved 8ft32I1ea.:. ,14 ft. "41Tf ea 4ft.-15.95eo 12fl.:132.25.0; ern Poles
visitor will be given a free plant to This unique sculpture 16 ft '44fea 6 ft. -M9.50ea 14 ft.f. 35.90 eo Seed Bed Covers .
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take home. V'. i 8 ft. '26.25 ea 16 ft.-; 42.25 eo bates 1495 ,'

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PVC PIPE '1" 16' ft. 1/2"' ., 11'!fL. ,:-3/4"1.133 ft. Veterinary SuppHa Boot Cut,& F
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Grllduatiri ""' cle'bf' i o'ai' tatdhe d' IJ4' and in that' j'rworig! (, her doctor, Dr. Arnold
'frottt high'criooJ! an attending the 'junior-senior prom.ar e,', which tria : 1 passible tofhe, patient her?tnqcfc\ :;.which. resulted from*, had never'heard of before sent me Zeal,t when he came to. see her. He
spetl l' experiences': ', fof mosj : to lu their head. surgery they performed on her at the* cards and letters," said Donna., would< pull up a tihair and sit down and
teenagers( Hue''fot;Donna) Prescottthe The pins had to be cleaned, threq hospital i\ to(UBe some of; the Vertebraeinherit1' Rsv.: John Chasteen frofn, \Jadisonvilie talk.II'while.1\ j B '
experience toils even/ 'more special. ;,' times iTda1)M tfpp'anj! risk of lnec-, ;" ,' n".iM MSfe? ,camel by,.tq.sea ponnrpr At mitlnlght'' 'Oct. w/tofi;!,;ShorpYarter' ] tioh ancTsince Donna couldn't take the "I Vtill go to:therapy) Oftt.il 8 week herat! Jcatit+ 0(103( .I' M rlHer,Mnotlie while she was In the hospital. .lOple'
Donna'Had begun her ..senioryea'af'Bradford' brace, ptt and'she, ouldn'f get it wet t Since tfie bones in my;: neck lira fused taved'plUI. her the ntrSe, time shei who, needed halo .braces and (:01111.1'makeHhe :
High' Scholl I, her:,, ,her mother u used/ ; alcohol on,A fll S to it will f pnly.move a certain m9omt,1! 1 1I ;was jn.ttipr :hoepital and'he f therll)i! decision abotdtwhetheivod! ?
family's life changed dramatically.\ clean''her'skln'beneath the brace} she' 6aid> M '{{{jviti stayed 24 hours a day Whll 'sva,la; ,hot< to'have it, would come see me
Donna was asleep in the back seat of, went to'theraWfodr times I ,aday; .specia:j are. While Donna was In,,, They'd ask me questions about it and
the car, ere driving "The Brace''weighed bout''seven> at first,":'she satdV*;'i Aatf W Ietto special caro'and her parents couldn't I Mir they couldn't come to me, I went
through'' Lake City1 when another car pounds,"said Donna"I wore It even walk:all over again!ind Jbc : ,stay in hnr;room with her, Rev.Chad, downito, their room."
ran a red light and crashed into the, at night t had to go down on my side my hand to use a spoon to < broadside of the Prescott car and'then' ;over; to lie ''down: It Mrs::' :Clai1'e' BrUneia. ,them to his home to shower and cleanup na. the tnat made the brace
That one'night'was to begin Feat\ wasrt't Uncomfortable,,,it. 'was just like' teacher;, volunteered to. cotnfc put} to :'.nd'theriTeturn, ; (them'. to'' the" videotaped the operation to show that
became 6 long, uphill climb! hack to a sleeping on'a pillow., '' Donna's homeand teach he*after she hD nharpaid'ber: ; "; ,. !;the brace need notice removed during
normal, routine family life for the Donna Wore the brace' continually' was released from the,hospital; ,Mrs. Uncle'ariiin! "< (|urg[ Prescotts.Donna's'! from Oct.'t8 until 7darch''22.She was' Brunetti came to Donria' hom ,two Frederick end Evelyn Pr scott;btmcd t: +i!: ijiponna can now live a normal life,
in A special care unit at the'hospital nights a week to give her,assignments! by' her, through the whole thing just!.'i'wm! jusla little stiffnes in her.necK to
parents" had ''minor Injuries for two weeks following the 'accidentand and instruction. r'' like her'parents.: They'stayed in ,the' r reipind: lifer) of ah experience that was
but the other car had smashed continued her stay. In. the hospital "Donna worked fill the kih1 !,) &aid hospital with her and still,come to a ev both trying..In phVahial,pain.;and> in,
into the back seat right where Donna until Dec.1'23'. ; her mother Rachel Pl'escott1tI'he\j her often ,' tusdrf'ver'from}\ .; '" T"'*':>nrrj' n was lying and had broken her neck lit'' Donna/was'con// cted'sbortl)' aftershe reason her schooling was;soIttic, Michael {Cooped, a b cltientwithlnthefamily, ,
one placed and cracked it In another,' entered the hospital'' by Linda' was that she had so much'to-do,with Callahan Donna a speaker for Doahdhfl, cid edtdtakettiesuln.
Luckily for Donna, Jack Reichen-,, Hurst of the 'Duval County'' Home- her therapy and exercisea." ( the// telephone: since she'couldn't usher 'mer tiFpnl; J rsnjoy''h rseU5he! ) ;' hasn't '
bach, Jacksonville\ stopped and bound' frogral\\ which' teaches When Donna!; returned hOme\she', hands to pick..it up, hold it or dial. mild) : She'had e- Donrta'Prescott
gave her mouth-to-mouth' resuscitation .. students at home, who are physically; was still unable to attend the re Two disk jockeys from WQIK radioin scholarship from Santa Fe Community -
'until help arrived. : incapable of attending school. mainder of her senior year, but Jacksonville, Neil Linton and College, but she felt she needed iii t9 Utn'
"He Relchenbach) called up and ( Donna was transferred to the DuvalCountyschool thanks to a lot of hard work and the in- Frank Thies, came to see Donna and some\ tjme for,hprsejf and her family 1 ) ),feacp 's p)MtW>,WjW D I
found out what hospital t was in and, system since she was in struction of Mrs. Claire Brunetti she talked about her on the radio. I'DonI I ,The ordeaV. was a lot of work,'but I' '._..., saidr"'Whe.n.we.JwH.tttS. ,,911 its '
he and his wife and kids came to visit .a hospital in Jacksonville Her classes graduated 8th in her class at BHS'She, na had one of the sweetest doctors 1 made It through," said Donna. we think 'Boy, it'sbeen( ft ,bad year:,: '
me all the time. Now they are-real. began, la the hospital just after she attended the senior'prom, but didn't know," said Mrs. Prepcott/ :"He ::; know' ;th\t.tle\ ) JLord. is what .but then we gel.tothinking, and werealUewsXWiWP
good friends: of ourst said Donna. was released' from the special caret get to participate in the other senior .seemed like family."' I ; brought.'me( through it.", sai11ii9nna"I }! Ic. ': *,. ,\\o)1a "J>on..:
I .' ** ; unit.:She was taught art, English and activities much. ' Donna would make up a ligt'of t ijues-! giy.IU the, ,credit! .to ,!I / ,na, I "t. 1/ ,
Both Donna 'and'he'father were',, "farnily: living, which were the only "I missed my friends and going\ to
flown to the hospital lit Duval Count* classes; she needed to graduate. school to be with them. They came to -
by the Life Flight helicopter rescue* ., "I had typine.when 1 registered at- see me in the hospital and at home a ,1st Annual Flea Market &
service. Donna's! father needed stit- the beginning? the school! year, but I lot," said Donna. ", _
ches, but Donna was in a much more had to Substitute family living when I The entIre experience: made Donna Pty A ''" A" i: ,'-, ..... .......' .' ,r ". -, !It..t, f'... .g T..M..t.\I',, ,:, '\
serious condition. lost the use of my hands,".said Donna a lot of/''new 'friends as-well.:"'You "
"The people who flew me from wouldn't believe how many friends REMODELINGS
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nice"They kept a check on me all the' Donna lost the uSe of her arms and Mrs. Prescott. ' ', ,
time I' was in the hospital. Everyone legs for, a while because her spine The nurses chaplains, auxilliary 1'1. 'A LE : : .
came'in to see if there was anything swelled and Interfered with the func' people and the Life Flight team came / ,'- r rq I' I 'I
they could do," she said. tioning of the nerves which controlled td see Donna often. One lady from the 111')1"1 ,
The accident cured on Oct. 16 and her movements. auxilliary would come into Donna's atSTARKE
on Oct. 17;Donna was put into a halo "At I had '
night to wear splints on room to put her hundreds of get-well :
brace. my hands and feet to hold them in an' cards and stuffed animals on, the < \' 'I
A halo brace is 'a round circle of upright position. Since I couldn't walls each day for as long as she was' MOTOR INN : : i. '
metal that is designed to keep a pa- move them, they would relax and my in special care. : : :, ,,
tient with neck or back injuries from heelstrings would have shortened Ministers, preachers and their : 'I' 1 I
moving their head. It fastens to the after while," she said. 'F' churches from all over the state took '' "
skull by four pins which are attatchedto Donna has regained the use'of her an interest in Donna ''A church in : ; :: :'

the'r bone through the skin. The cir- hands and arms now; :The only! bad ef- Perry' had prayer around the clock for 4JI' Saturday, July, 2,;, : ,>, j :

. Old Fashioned Fourth, 'set. at White SpringsThe :,i tLi 8' a.m., tip: 4 p.m. 0' \

1984 'Old-Fashioned Fourth of Cloggers White Springs. dinners, hamburgers, hot dogs, boiled "t "
July American Music Celebration The works of Florida artist,-Guy peanuts, cotton candy;snow.cones, F ,| ALL SALES FINAL ,, .-, \ : ,, :
planned at the Stephen Foster State LaBree, Hollywood, will be exhibitedin ice cream, popcorn and soft drinks.' 3 -/ *" i t ) JTV's >: .Yt.i '
Folk Culture Center will spotlight the north wing gallery of the Picnickers are welcome.
mir.ie which dates back to the turn of Stephen Foster Visitor's Center during Admission to the Old Fashioned Beds, Lamps Pictures Tables,)
the Century, and Old-timey games the hours of 9 a.m. to :s p.m. Mr. Fourth of July American '-Music' .
and contests, when it kicks off this LaBree Is recognized by the Seminoleas Celebration is $2 for adults and.*!for t Chairs, Booths & various other,
family oriented affair, according to a painter, who has captured the children ages 6- 15.This admission in-
Secretary of State George Firestone: essence of Indian culture cludes all activities, exhibit buildings- r1 I household Items. : :
The one-day celebration will The'festivities and special events except the.boat .G
headline of Florida's talented will begin at 9:30: River
some ride on the Suwannee
musicians who will be presented on a.m. with a bell concert of patrioticand Stephen Foster State Folk Culture $TAR E' MOTOR INN
the amphitheater stage where plenty'of Foster selections. At 10 a.m. old- Center is located on U.S. 41 in White ..,';'
spacetemvaHlaiJle I ,for lawn chairs 'Starke ) ,
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and nk ta. w f '",136. No alcohol ,
Tt afjpiv'yiit j cgjt, at.F p.m,1,r 6hee ystage ;; ,
and run non-stop until 8 Included / eomest'?sac rate, it. I ., tr---;: II Ib Ivan o* barf .tinnus'nct. l6Ud bnlJO<, eJ os .J'Ioq", !' lIt"m '
p.m. egg relay, balloon toss, horseshoes, f ,r. ,,,
will be: Charlse W. Reynolds, Perry; .
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The Dixie: Jubilees, The Sunrise log sawing contest and many other r r3t ,

Singers and the Wing Tips, Jackson- 'games.. .
ville. Marshall Dukes Lake Butler; During the lunch break scheduled -I 1 1r.
Anne Townsend. Palatka; The Com- form 12:30 to 2 p.m. a patriotic and
munity Revival Center Choir, Lake Foster bell concert will be heard from
City;. Lis Martin and John Johnson, the 200-foot tower which overlooks the
Keystone Heights; ,Thelma Boltin, 250-acre Stephen Foster Center
Marty Schuman, Cross Creek Clog- located on the banks-of the famous
gers and the Bucksnort Barndance Suwannee River. '
Band, Gainesville; The Suwanne Popular American fare available to ,
River Five Like Oak; The Suwannee hungry crowds will be chicken pilau. 0 -
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Two "'more correctional


e (iofficersr stabbed ;at .;UCI '

Two correctional officers were Two more officers arrived and the
stubbed June 23 at Union,Correctional,, Inmate ran into a cellblock, which
Institution, (tt"Ws (he,second major, was Immediately "locked down"
assault Upon officers' lr at ,UCl !in two UCI ''officials found Inmate Sampson
months r ? "; V on that housing wing, where he was
: > 'br'anham; ,3i, ofRaI'PMJJwas'litkbl asHigncd, with a handmade knife.
$ > d In the back and As in last month's knifings, officialsdo
suffered A .collapsed lung, Me was not believe officers provoked the
taken 'to Shands. Hospital and later attacks. The Investigation is continuIng

tHranSftaerl0\ ::North\ .Florida. Regional .
Since August 1973 Sampson has
Sgt, Randy L., been serving a 35-year prison
," Alachua was listed in stable condition sentence for kidnapping In, Volusia

.. ; at :Shand following the attack. His County. Me has an additional two-
:: ,. lef wrist was cut completely through year term for aggravated battery
*, Department .of. Corrections; with a deadly weapon while he was an
'" "I.:; "... spokesman David Skipper I said. inmate in Sumter Correctional In-
.\ r Inmate Gerald Leonard Sampson, stitution In April 1981.
'.., 26, was Immediately transferred to
nearby Florida State Prison and later In an unrelated incident at UCI In-
.charged with the attack. mate Robert E. Spooner 24, remainsin
According to Skipper, about 7 a.m. stable condition at Shands after be-
June 23 Branham was in "The Rock" ing stabbed in the head, chest and
ztilr UCI's main housing unit and was in fingers early Wednesday, June 22.
almost the same location where of- A suspect is In custody but has not
ficer John Steven! Dennard was stabbed been charged. Spooner who also
to death last month, Branham received cut fingers in the attack was
heard footsteps behind him and as he, stabbed while in his bed in UCI's main
turned he was stabbed Gentry who housing unit. Since Nov.,,1981 he has
Two Injured in Accident... was nearby, went to help, Branham been serving a 10-year prison term for
Triumph'driven by Lorna Leasure,Reddish of Starke was struck broadside ed. and was wounded while fighting with burglary in Okeechobee County, said
when It palled In front,of a eastbound vehicle on SR-230 or Call St. In. .Starke. last Reddish was transported to Alachua. general l Hospital where the was treated the Inmate( ...".. stabbed Brnnhtm Skipper.
Friday afternoon; June 24. for a fractured pelvis. According husband'Tommy she Is resting "uncomfor
The driver of both vehicles were treated by Paramedic Scott Taylor and tably" In traction for the next few weeks. '
EMT Dan Cuddlngton at the scene then transported to Bradford'Hospital., Damage to the 1080 Triumph is....GOO.according to Patrolman Wayne WiiktnSharon -
Lee Westberry of Jacksonville was treated far head Injury and releal son. Damage to the IU82 .Ford driven by Westberry, Is 13,000.. '

I New: : bill spells release for 900 in Fla. prison

system Scientists lay that out in the galaxy three are small stars,
'., about the size of the Earth and mado of diamond.ILBfdlifA .

'About 000 inmates now.in,Florida's 'tu' er't alleviate ,:prison over- Wainwright. Inmates from Lawtey ''. The inmates scheduled for release .
crowded prison system will be released crowding by mid-1069. Currently,'the' Correctional Institution have been through August are serving time for
for good behavior under the state's state's prisons are dose to the 28,000 released during the three designated :crimes ranging from second-degree '
, sweeping new prison law, Correctional maximum capacity for male and days. A total of 128 are scheduled for murder to writing worthless checks.
I Spokesman Vernon Bradford female inmates. The prisons were released during the six weeks prior to,
aid. designed to hold 20,483: prisoners, but >August \' The new gain-time provisions do not [ IN !
Gov. Bob Graham. signed the bill into can accommodate up to 28,436,accor- 'apply- to inmates serving minimum Ml
'I &law June 15. ding to Bradford. The provisions are expected to save mandatory sentences for first-degree
The 900 Inmates will ,be.released The 900 inmates will be released in the state money because they will cut 'murder, drug or firearm convictions
under the so-called gain-time provi. Increments of 150 to 200 each Tuesdayand down on the need for more prison 'said Bradford.
sighs of the bill,which took effect with Thursday, during the next six cells and will help fight the $22adaycost
: Graham's signature. Other provisiontake weeks. of feeding clothing and housing TheMeat
effect Oct. Gain-time allows'' Approximately 68 inmates will be each.inmate. FLORIDA
j I Inmates) to cut time-off their prison' released from Florida. State Prison by
terms for good behavior or for-participating August 1. The state no longer:will have -to THEATREStarke Store
in trainingwork or other. Only a few inmates at the Receptionand ,build an additional 207 prison cells at '
rehabilitation. .' Medical Center will be released. $50,000 each, because of the accelerated 964-5451
Florida Is under a federal court.' According to Superintendent James;> relE'ases. said Bradford;
Friday thru Tuesda 105 Edwards Road

I 3 injured in Keystone boat wreckThree i it J fnod OPEN Stamps 8:30-7 Welcomed Mon.rSat. 964-8290

1ft Starke
of eight' passengers"In"two' was leaving the beach front. The two' ;'Passengers requiring transport Quality Rights Reserved
boats were injured and transported td boats, collided throwing some were Robert John Hilton, Jackson-
Orange Park Community Hospital passengers into the water and damages ville, who suffered a slight head In- USDA HEAVY WESTERN BEEF
boats in front sides and Rated
both the R
Saturday when they collided about 150 ing jury and was complaining of his neck :
feet; off 'shore from the Keystone rear. Damage to each boat was hurting; Andrea Gore, :3-years old; -
Public Beach In Lake Geneva. estimated at$1,000. BradlyCraig Williams no injury,and \301 DRIVE-IN, Blade CutChuck
Several others sustained minor injuries The driver of the eastbound boat Scott Stokes, a leg abrasion, but no '
In the accident but'' were not received no injuries, but one transport. I.Starke '964-7484
transported by the Clay County' passenger, Bobbie Jean Gore of B.J. Matthews of the keystone I. '
see to unit based Keystone: *W>k lcksORYW. sustained rib area In- Wertheftrhtttmetret'tFpartwLtif:; thin i 3 .F".' tt71) tJUei, ". .,.
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Sheriffs report, an east-bound boat 1 Weill ng. c"theme 'had so many accident victims at one '..SrfVEMamN'time. \ w e A 7 Ib.l .
driven by James Wayne Fuqua of driver of the boat leaving Although Matthews was not on os' P.I: M&N t w.w r
Jacksonville,was coming In to drop a beach area, received head. injuriesand duty that day, she did go down to the, ..W'O""BA'1I9"' Bone
his passenger, Acasa Higgs beach to and said ''She
water' skier, -off \near the beach ,assist was *
shoreline when another driven Jacksonville,.received a foot lacera- 'pleased to report that everything was Chuck 1.Z9Round
by William.WelD of Neptune boat Beach. Orange tion. These Park three Community were transported Hospital.to ,under control and went smoothly. t" '. a PLUS.ROCKY. Roast i . . . *

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Prisoners Escape Judge George Pierce 1.39Lean

From',Car Washes, Elected to Board \ Roast . . *

Car washes 'outside ,prison walls Bradford County Judge George H. Starkp Family Planning Clinic, Boneless w' :
turned Into opportunites for escapefor Pierce was elected tothe Board of F
three state prisoners recently, Directors of the Conference of County ,Kiert Sundusadee M.D. Stew
Gregory Thomas black male In Judges of the State of Florida. last $ -179 ;
weekend. Tubal Ligation (Tubes tied)
mate from Lawtey.Correctional In- I
stitution, walked away' from a: car Judge Pierce and Mrs. Pierce at* ,& Vasectomies 1 H? l Meat . .. ,lb.,
wash in Starke about noon June 18. tented the convention in Panama City'
Thomas 28, had been convicted on where the election took place. Tender -
No Hospital, stay necessary No Abortions performed Lean
December 23, 1982 of bad check Judge Pierce also serves as acting \,
charges in Duval County and was Circuit Judge, 4n Bradford, County 964-6500 Cube Steak X2.49BCI
given two concurrent. sentences of' 2">' when necessary} -, . .. . *
LCI inmates helping with carwashes r-B-QN

been Lawtey.a regular for According local thing organizations to Lei in Superintendent Starke have and- : ...peck*'{, (jff3Qj(1)? ( ( ) ? WGJjtDe: ( : 9

James Wainwright they will HEADQUARTER
continue to help with the car washes ....-.". "" .
Limited but win I issue Rain Check
but some changes may be necessary 714' HeavyDutyBuilders' :
Two white male prisoners from the Beef
'Reception and Medical Center stole ',Sawcat* Circular Saw Bar-B-Que
the they weresupposed
car '
washing June ,17 and escaped" from i No., 3037-09, SuwesteJi Industry'Price.142.00. 19
that facility. Ribs
Inmates Joseph Rodney Leach,, 27and ,
Lee 42, were' *
Charles Sparks 119"
Sale l Price s
washing cars just outside the prison pur
gates in Lake Butler as'a part of the 8-1/4" ; ". .t'. ', + Pork
Inmate Jaycees program when they Heavy-Duty F 135

took license off in number a 1977 Pontiac UCM-645.LcMans The Builders' Sawcat9,Circular SavvRio :! 3pa'-E' reribs. .

vehicles being!washed by the inmates 3038-09 -*! *-
were privately
Authorities' had no Indication of '" '' Price ,
: Suggested Industry" Ground.
what direction the prisoners went. Vertiiaidepthadiuslmentforquickeaey': j <1>iq nfl I' ,-
They are still being sought. setting of cutting depth and constant handle ..PUW.VW." '
Leach was serving a 10-year orientation, regardless of depth of cut $ 500. Beef Patties _.
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from Putnman County for fOur/ Sale w' '
sentence .Price.
Cast-in with J''J < '
vehicle and depth graduation* an ',
Sparks shooting was into an serving occupitad,f20 ..years' for justabl Indicator/ for accuracy. Ini.setting .A,,' 2OFO $459,
drug conviction. ,cutting pU'I. 9y ,
Volusia County ,
Sparks' sentence carries '. ,.'Angle( quadrant adiustrnment. -. for...xsrt; sattlnp\ *V-jprices Good'thru I. ., ,
mandatory-minimum five years in at 90-. '!I -
prison. .1"'Heaviv n,g. i milI m.lhoe''lnimiz; a.o'r: + tl"*>=, 'JulV.7. 1983.

rNews v. :"marring! of worn surface. '. \ ..fie'. roosrury' "; O

of Record f. Engineered dust ejection tfogpemtorr t Pit i2.zpkgOJvt
'comfort $$' .''. r:1 1wrvicing ,Sliced Bacen *.K. . .
,:'durlng"wa '
Marriages i dissolved J _
.. Separable cord.protector fof hems)
month of May, I"831"Bradford Counts of conhlet. 'j t .r.t'.
Albert'&. Williams'and Regena K: H-et ; : j w"* : ''l;." 's- Heie'us1# Price,'
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Wl"uuotl' Garrlson'andJAnn'B.Gam } f : J' Y ,
n" Reputes.
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Variable.Jig ( : '
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'L:' and' Rh tla' &l. :' 'H" t', i'' J"J.Our Sale Prieta' f ,. Potatoes
Gibbs.B ;'plbbl, J Saw '$ : : N "

Bedfo Jose >H. Bedford. .and Shirty. Jean.br, n ,t1o;3153..1O. .;V rt..bl...H>* l<(ftlt.tn"lnlt9Spi*< lpck'' ., 't ,onions, . "r, ;. .BK: ; i !
and Gussle M.9 Jones. "r.""" .to pr<<:'" cutting spied'jn all ma''fjals8p! I : 'lno 'tlO t.h.5ratedamp'AC' ( ): 1 Til *# i ') ', *": J M 'A
David Alfred Jones E. Sampns, and, LolaraJr '((0 pfn), .!'triC.Hd'w; Ocf.c.nf'JCtr, ;' ;;+ tFhbbroach : i.weighs8'albs.ei.: ",long., a J ,
t- .. 7 Tomatoes yiAvY.W1
Samons" "" ,_ .. 1":1', : .... .. blsde., I .., (l'y\ )4H
Markil j ;. ''Thomas' and Emllyn "J. ':J f rt WEWH.LECLOSCD
Danlef,.J. Gr'itfls,and Katherina B. I.'t.I' : :, ,; tlkfT '

Grlffb.Hoisington. ..and. ,! ,.Helen. (. .J. '' .h 1-.I hiler,' ,...,. "'(,'r.f''} ,,, ,US'd 301,5., Stark. KeyhMI I e l1 1s' f -_- ON IYaONDAY 4th'daItc ;
Hol..fl1. ton. q Jea SAMff M Avwwe :' t '>. .4 6073 ",SR; 21 4 100

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USED ALUMINUM PLATES BRAHMA BULLS Regl.tered' 1977 SUZUKI.&i 750)).Wind" FOR SALE; ,. J ?fir
GIGANTIC..GARAGI. .turtlllure SALIt 3'artllll. ;24x36', 25 c.nt..och. U.. phone 964.6S6S. 6/30 2tchg hleld." ,ero'.h. bar,, .. |'1 FOR SAUjBV. OWNER 11./. /S p" J 1 I I,,f ACRE I0i.11 on SR-227 facing\ 4r rwtll j f fI

cloth..,' "toys" 'and'hou..hoid ed ir) printing new.paper 7/T luggage compartments.. C/BV; completelyremodek A 181,,,;14\.S4 MOBIL ,, Brooks Rd. Selling price, I

(Item.. Country Great for minor repair .BABV$20: CRIB call 964-84SO$40 high chair 6/30 helmet buddy ,,slat,ml"l, >matching t": good\ 't eduApptlante CHAr'vollneW.' ww carper. ,. HOMES ,By>".Skyline. ,TM $10,000. $1,000 down, $225 %
Bradford City IREALT
Club i.tate.. tot. 9-3.6/30; job. County and brakes $830. Coll"' lovely homo has aluminumlop .per month oMSX 1 IntereanPh.
Itchg: tire Otllltle.t ''blocks "from
tin. | .
964-S30S. .
Itchg Telegraph ,. tiding! shinglereef' 64-8o06..'t/24 tin
CORNS We after '
SILVER QUEEN ? .p.6(1'9'Ifn
FRIDAY!9 till 7 806 W. Pratt METAL STOI.IHELVING for ( ; Hospital, financing1\ { and',U'located' ...,.'very STARKEr JO acre Woodland a
.01.. 6/09 4tchg pick or you pick mar you avoJl bl. 46813332 -
St. 6/30 ItchgSA : 2592535. buy. cheaper the price. ma Ts8 aa su.ukr.. shaft ** -. secluded 4 'acres In' the on Boyles. Hwy off 100. vAs I
SUN July 2-3. com. 6/30 : ;.. hi. 9644718'L4
BlUIIIRRIEIs longnecksr., 9646558. 6/30 ttchg drive, co.. guard cruise'. ,Keystone Heights' area 9647372. 6/30 2tchg 7/T PHONE
.., toddler I
te golf clubs .
IS IT TRUE can buy|eeps central $750 arid axumepayment 'I. Alsd hoe a' 40x70'Workshop
of Melro.e
4 mil. we t ,
clothe. ladle Slam'
the 4-S945i' or'' ,. : 205 N. 'TernpliSPECIAL
clothe., lot of mlic., and 2 mil./ North. U-'lck for $44 through U.S. !: :: atklng S37.000.. WANTED .
.. HOMES. '
the / ItpdI ,
Government Get 7823696. For more info call
and We-Pick. (On order) 8
highway 16 toward a.m. to 6 Mon.-Sot. fails today) Call ((312) CM 400li Honda, .... 4'-44l4' often :3 'call' r+,6k8
prl.on. 6/30 tpd Sunday p.m.2:30: 6:30.: 742.1142, Ext. 609. 4/of. M cellent condition ?,I20 Imil. | ,fORSALE. .. '413.3082,1'oslt'' for-'tlrtdo.; .AXLES'. TIRES Two axles
SATURDAY 8.4, Women' B 475-1151 and 473-2702. 7/or iiFRAME. ... 1110. Colt I'. ',&, 6/aq)fin.chg and tour tire*. Highest" ><
girl clothing add 8 end, BUILDING with 6/30 2tchq 7/7 X : Cr....' '
6/164tchg7/07 782.3278. aW MOBIL HOME BAlBSi price paid. MAGNOLIA HOTEU On of !
100W. right on Ep- ..
mower metal roof :20.40 fourrooms 301 South,
St 6/30 1979 OS 5301 SUZUKI Faring N.wt'bnd'Used Mobile HELP Welding Shop with '35
Itpd landmarks
person and box good condi with two lavatories' HOMES Homes for sale. Walter Stark., FL. 9645007. 6/02 Stark *
CORNER WALNUT 16. Friday cargo
and Saturday .mall tion. 1000. Call 964.8633. and two commodes. Made FOR SALE : (Bud) ,AfVorex Invlle. you; WANTED 4tchg 6130 rooms. 23 bath. H ,561, eq., 'It.,

clothe, flower., and mlc. 6/16Itchg 7/07 out of good pin lumber. to come out and browse.. SMALL FREEZER to buy, call Prim. 'locdtloij, .".ry room. Im. .
659.2165. REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE: after 930 all daY'
9 ? 6/30 Itpd BY OWNER On. Hammond Eo.y to move. Highway 17 South : p.m. '
FRI- e SAT Furniture, Piper two organ. Like n.", Florahome. Cornet. MUST SELL FIRST MORTGAGE Palatka;.Florida.: 323-9951. ; Scholarship available tor Saturday. 6/30 tfn maculate. I .
964.5379 6/16 4tpd 7/7 6/16 tfnCARS .unlicensed P"!'5. ERA
refrigerator, lawn Nuriery. Stark area 328-4687.: 3/31 tfn ,
nI( w.n. motorcycle! BV'OWNERS7. acre on Rd. $8,900 at 16X secured by 25.60")9il' HERITAGE/ 10/28 Faulkner tin''Realty' ,9645065.' LOSTFOUNDlOSTi THAT SPECIAl. HOUSE-Aw "" ...... .,.
dlhe.. mlic Hammond 100 S. beat acreage in city 8TRUCKS $35000 proper-lie. Must MOBIL* HOME 2 Bath 3 Subscribe. ,....,I treasure In Bradford Here Is that rare i extreordlnary -
Rd. off 301 North. 6/30 limit. low down payment. sell because of death. BR large kitchen dining MOBIL HOMI SALISMANlExperienced. psope fy. On*of the!Imxt contomporery -
Itpd 964 5379. 6/16 4tchg 7/07, ((904)) 489.H63 between room Fla room, living Contact Whit*Bull Dog, SR-18! architect-designed. .Kerne* In. North
GARAGE SALE Double bed, 4 TIRES 8 Cat RIMS 1100-1511 Ford 182 FORD ESCORT A/C. 8:30: and 5 p.m. Monday room fireplace all appliances Olln's Mobile Homo Sale. name I. Jlggs, blue collar, Florida. .1 SR.SVfc BA. Sweeping staircase rises. ,

cheat, .tereo ytem, .white Power pokei.Factory., $350 "/' R S. AM/FM' radio. through Friday.. 4;28 tin Ssven rooms turn, I Hwy 100 West Starke.. reward. Phone" 4BS-J989.) to second. story .Pellet, window for beauty A 1
Saturday 9-12, 323W.: 964.6805. 6/23 2lchg 6/3O 4000. 9648490. 6/16 KINCSLIY LAKI NOME. 2 nlhedt Wood tiding '9 4.5606,'3/03 tin 6/13 2tchg 630SMALL white ..... insulation fireplace.OxJ2 garage el The,
Walnut St.. 964-7682.: 6/30 LEMON IL II
ItchgFRI. : .GOATS $40 and up on feat. 4tchg 7/07 story 'lake front horn, shingle roof. Assume UCENSf COSMOTOlOOUTi Walker, Hound:' {oy less Woods, Country Club. $' ,000 assumable, mtg., .
.. 10-4i ::259'' N. Bay $2 per pound dresstd '77 LINCOLN: 4.dr., town designed for,'year round payments.. Call 496-3076- with following In Hwy.vicinity.. 64-558 et t%. Selling price, $"'.OOCI. :
and 3146' ( fl.. 5 BR. 3 after Mon.rFrl.! Height, and .. ''
b.hlnd III' Champ Cancel 964 5005 or 964 6770. 6/23 car. Jade gr..n living. a. 6'' p.m. Key.tone 6/30 tchg ,SECLUDED SPACIOUS, IMMACULATE 3 .2'I
if rain. 6/30ltpd 2tpd 630UPICKl cr.om. Loaded. Excellent full baths, W/W carpet and Anytime Saturday and Sun. 'Starko area. Candy' Gold 'A, LR, tg. kitchen., faintly. ream wflreplaco.2.c. I
1204 BLANDINGi Saratoga Pea and Butts condition. $4.000. Owner CH&A Ig. great room with day 6/16 3tchg 6/30 N' Comb. 6/23 tfn/chg .,enc. ......; Herage bent garden shod g
Height, off Pratt St., at.. ?. bean., this week. and nent. 4732214 6/16 tin fireplace, gam.tc;>om and '1974 STATLERi D/W mobile EDUCATOR,' Early learning.. MISCELLANEOUS tree h.IBOdOZIot".o.k.CouIfo ,
stove, clothing trumpet, Lasle Whltehead 6/23 1976 FORD TORINOi Good fully equipped'' kitchen, home, 3 BR 1 both phone,. Experience: Florida Cer try Club. $49.817 ....."'. mtg. SP S42.OOO. ,

dishes. etc Friday Saturday 2tpd 6/30 condition, $900 wheel, Alto I bate 1978 screened dock ,house, E B. Allen, 782.3274. 6/23. tified. St.Center Mark's,' 'Starke Early, "I HAVE $10.000 and deed to *LOCATION I 1404 E. Call St. :1 '., 2 IA. CM/A I '

9.5. 6/30 tpd 10/. FT cab SLIDE 1970 In camp.rov.r L.W B.Ch.v. Custom FORD Short V6; 2800. Excellent undeck and covered boot 3tchg 6/30 'learning...6126. moMlngs623 mortgage. receivable 'on /Ig. corner '... Only S39.SOO. 1>>
on lift. By Owner, 190000. 34xtO MHl Simulator brick, 4 that $307.00 HARD TO BELIEVE BUT TRUSt :1 BR. 2 BA brick
P.U., ready to roll condition. 6/16 2tchg 6/30 ($32,000)) pay.
6/30 782.3627 Coll 904-264-1183, BR an .acre land, SI.995; THE CITY OF STARKE to now. monthly' Would' tike 10 LR. D.. K. Encl .... en Perkweod,$4.000.
6/23 Itpd 2tchg
FOR SALE BUCKSKIN phon. 533-2974 MARE 7 yr*. old '8 AMC PACE D/L wagon 904-264-4812. 5/19 7tchg I....... "473-2164.. 6/30 2tpd accepting applications for purchase lake place In QUIET RETREAT 'ON ..] :Acre*"en '22J-A.. .,

beautiful marking, for experienced 6 cyl., maroon AT AC PS, 6/30 7n the position of a full time Keystone. or Stark, Energy efficient, nearly '_ stucco homeleature
DIAMOND WEDDING rid.. spirited PB WST, cruise. 'luggagerack. IV OWNER Transferred; '12x 0 MH For Sale or rent, maintenance 'person- .for 964-8671 after B p.m. 6/30 *greet room w/ll..I_. Only$:It.100.
liNGS Sacrifice price, $600 9647725.: 6/30 Itpd Pioneer AM/FM CB mutt ell. 1040 Plnebreeie 964-8849. located on the City of Starko Recreation fin i MOVE RIGHT INI Charming. .brick $ ... 2 BA i
$::250; paid $500. Call TABLE 14 CHAIRS! antique, radio, low mile, phone Drlv., Starke 3 BR. 2 BA, Bayleis Hwy.: 6/30 Itchg: Dept. Apply at City FREE PUPPIES. To good) hem* w/lg. fern room B fireplace.. Country
laralne at 7823220: or $125: king die bed. $125, 964.7334. 6/23 tfn/chg cedar tiding 1167 sq. ft, ,2SxS4 DOUBLE. WIDE ) 3/4 Hall. Merrell Dee Office home. Adorable Cocker Club ..... 10.000'COM to "'... .Priced. t* will
come (10 Trail Motel In GE CH1300, 16 mm 1974 FORD MAVHICKt 4 excluding garage. CH/A. acres, CAlK front porch, $4 per hour. 6/23 2tchg mixed three block three CHARM AND COMFORT of nearly Hew 1 BR, 2 I
lawtey 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. projector( $225, Briggs 8 door 6-cyl., A/T A/C.. Clerestory window, solid added addition In bock, In 6/30 tan. 7823296. BA stucco In Cenerty ...._ w/.radlMonolNraplec
6/30 1 Itpd Stratton lawn mower. 20", R/H, clean runs good oak cabinet 80x130" lot, city.,limit*, many added STARKI LANES BOWLING .8 pretty, fully equipped kitchen. '
1100 CARRIER A/Cl Windowunit like new, $::50; 964-8263 or $1295, phone 473.4508. fenced backyard 48900. features, need to see to' 1 CENTER Excepting ape LOCATION. lOCATtONil SR.1 BA racing gorf
cash, after 5
,, 9648513.6/30$150 Itchg 964.6691.6/30 Itchg 6/30 Itpd ((8% mortgage may be appreciate $23,900, term.negotiable plication for' employmentFrl. .Jl.1"s course ..... Itl Custom dree*.. super. kitchen' ,
p.m. PICK-UP L.W.B., ll Sat., June lit and! ) .
GUAGE shot DRESSER! $45; dinette with 1970 CHEV assumed with approx.1mat.ly Call 9644634. fireplace,.enc.. ....g., greeeheuee. "te.tIc.
12 ,
pump gun cob 2nd; 3. Faulkner
bench.. $50. Ig. book A.T., Cob Air over $22,000 6/30 I ItchgMOBILE room view. Owner financed '
28" modified. 3" chambercall co.., $45, also mall camper, 5332974. 6/30 difference). leavememogo < Ploio. Also taking reservation . ,
782 3608 before noon. for Fall Bawling .,60 A. Prim land off SR-235: _
964.4634.6130 tchg Itpd :
Item. 964 5393. 6/09 HOME .
630chg/ 196' CHEV PICK-UPt TO -' league, 964017), 6/30 47 Ac. off 100 W, .Brfcfc hemp: $140,000.
... .UJC\y 6t'N IAl :: Calling Iio.. c25.a t Nice home Rd.'':32S.$68.900.
.. -- w V/8, 3 .pd., $500 phone PClfS "chg
I II after s p.m.. 964.4824. story Duplex with addition font: Installed. .88 Ac., II........ Highlands. 100000..
I FILL DIRT 6/30 Itchg rental cottage. ..Assume Residential & com COMMERCIAL, BLOC: Frame home. ."..... 11 acre*. $... OO,
983 FORD RANGER! 4 cyl., loan and Its yours' Also WaHDrilling 2,000 sq. h. on lot ill city -4.7* aces en I30A B Wilson .... $11,000.
I SAND & LIME ROCK III 4 .pd., AM/FM coiMtte, hack on beautiful woodedlot mercl.l.work. Fro 17500. Celteg Crosby (Lake Inlet.. $30,320.:
air eliding back window $3,300.1.904.353.7760 I Eif I l"mt.. t BANK REPO.: Commercial MH :1/2 en 1 ..., 101. $>'.000

bed liner heavy duty ..topbumperfiberglass no collect call, leave .96A..824. ... . . . ... 'prop...,. Hwy 301. Block Waldo Antique Star, $32.000.
I ELWOOD PALuETT I II I message */23 Itch, 7/14 I.-:; : -- 2'* thru 6" bldg. 2.400 sq. ft. on '.37 Let :$1 Connerfy E.tete.. "250

toolbox, 964-4461 or I Fast oc. Paved parking. '"PlneMHig" II lots Wilson Rd.
468.1455 964.6121, $800 and lake Rotary BEAUTY SHOP, barbershop
I I over payment 6/30 ItpdV.W. 1WAYNEKtelNcYa: :" .. 'viucif"' Drilling. Equip. skating rink; earn
Hampton. Florida ,;1Eb. t 1'-: : '1974. 'excellent ... ,, bte lice....d.' equipment. 838.000.<
.. ens r 'running condition, rebuilt ..cr.H.............A. _9 Ml 2 *A frame home onrd ,_ ... i! J. ,
new tire, ELECTRICAL'_ H ATlrVCoTAl,,,CO cJ'I : :: a 7'
new paint
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---Jimn'- porch; REAL.ESTATEBUY ,. .
MRA/fl./ .1
3200. 475.1310.6/30 IIpd REFRIGERATION r PPtlAfNCE' / -
Need A .' . . . . utility room area. Has sxtra' -

-Bargain 301S Starko Center Shop & Compare!! FREE 2HR.. New & :lSalesPartsoServiet pals septic for trailer.tank$40,000.A power Longchamp. Entvrprlsas & ASSQC..

964-CJ&79 Chimneyor Special Insurance for ESTIMATES MSL SERVICE % : .3 BR, 2 BA,C/B with large Inc. ,

Mobile Home Parka < EZ.TermsJPlnmbSng' covered patio. CH/A. 6 Homes:For Sal. *
*** Fireplace . ',' ... .. . ceiling fans, wetter toftnar, ;4r
of 964-8786 :
eWindow Doors All types f $55,000. '. .1 BR, I BA-Over ).SO Sq. Ft. "'.OOCI, f fa
Cleaned? homeowners policies for Formerly, Well Electric Service 'SPO.TSMANS DREAM: BR.2 BA-Meny ,_.... $47.000.
'PVC Plpo mobile homes. 1 . ',' ... .. ... ... Fl.h;;camp Sampson Lake. .J BR. 1% BA-Qulet .....h............ SM.OOO. '

,Plumbing Supplies Call Call for Quote ,'* New'InstallationRemodeling 2.72 oc,,156 ft. or, Sampson -1.'.., 3 BA-House plus Shop ...$,..000.
v'' 'Wafer Softn.r 964-8278 or 964-6984 lake, 760 ft) on tonal .* Lalc Property *

'U..d Furnlturo Evenings & ytfknd Olin's Mobile I ... . ... .Repair.. ... . bar roam gore room bait Mobile home on conol leading' to 10".. Fi'Loh: .
-Electric Appllanco G. Blankonihlp,: Sales and tackle .hop. living Greet for a get-e>wey. $28,000. '. .
Home FORESTAPARTMENTS : Durra18ceI'tiMp quarters, boat and *. lot & A ...ag",* '. :
Chimney Swoop Elaine M. Olin. Agent PINE. . ... I kickers. Beautiful .lets near Hampton lake ts.2Dq'oach.: ': ', i

964-5606 'r. & I .3-5 AC, track of beautiful. .Best Financing terms anywhere, 'IMS near Keystan.tr:
pe.tuie, SOLD or .track Start at $8,000. ", ,fi ,
1-2 & 3 Bedroom Apt*. SUPPLY I contracts already peodingOtt 'One Acre .Plus-...... Crosby ........ 2.lest.,. tit $3.0007: I
COMPANY !we. each and. 1 other. et $>.S04Ih. ': .
SAVECLOSE VACUUM From 150" to 297" . . . . -10 AC ." home "Nice let with well sepric ......;B7.SOO. ;', '.: I
864N.Temple shop.eK SOLD'Q I,,,,,,. .Weeded let en Bessent /Reed. ",lOG. "* .
SALENEW KgV 1530 W.',Madllon101I. (904))112-:191.: Four acres for $1t.8OOt or will split and sell. as two I

Phone 9646312PAKS I ABM.D047Q01 Unde WeVer.. *_.... .acre tracts. $6.800. You .....,... "'/ !
& USEDWe ." :leas:. tiStarkeP FLT 781-U34 Lets en OW Lewtey Meed en4 Thomas St.S4.SOO each. '.

$50 Finance Our Own aa.ra, I .".O.DM' Must Sell 11 lot near KeyetofwOwher'. 'financed. ,'I
KIRBYS 30) $.L.wt.y $' ,IOG.. : .).
ROYALS -. Michael I ICooney.. ftoajlor ". ,..; ,

EUREKAS "'- . Dajr-..4-70M'\ ..*_ ....,......>7' .'; -\\i-. .
HOOVERS KARATEACADEMY > e,.,.......|, d i I

$570 ELECTROLUX f ERA, 1 r. U.S. SOl South. 'Stark <.:: .s', i


CLOSE OUT SPECIALS COMMERCIALWe repair all makes Tuesday and Thursday nights ,,9645065OLD .tsnuoe', FLORILAND. ,.REALTY :j\\ I

i Like New RM50 $425 AI Young'sSince 7.9 PM J. HOMESITE 'J9-/I acres'seme frees. pashm, % '

At the old Armory, Hwy.. 301'* partly fenced. Very std frame house $84,900. 964-7700 ,"

Suzuki Titan 500 cc $495. 1957 SELF DEFENSE FOR MEN & WOMENStudents ON PAVED ROAD M acres. large/., 4 SR. t both 393 N: Tmpid'AV..t'fark&i' < k i I
home.smell rental h_... S dug po"" ., f...... Vernle f, Odo" '. Broker GRi. .
964.6918 10 y.arsup -HORSI .LOVERS .*;Nlce ...... .*fenced trrs. eu .
Suzuki GS250 many acc. 3 Mlles norm of :, bath Oi: Odom, jit. A..x'lat.. ,- ,
Visitors Welc;iOs : Highway with.Cttstem Built 8Rj 1 eWblewld* j
2700 ml $750 L Starts on US 301 with build-en.. ,fireplace. barn, many *tras..< .-

to Stark, FROM $32,00;. .. ; r. .;,. i k r
;" eCOUNTRV CLUB lot s Comer, with Nit.'Tied., .OT' ,2%. ... priced t* tellvewner moving" neer city limits,"
Suzuki GS550L RELAX IN LUXURY 4 BEDROOM HOME on 2.8 ac,.. with,30 pecan tree! 1 ecre. Owner flnenclng. : 20 ....., Hamp4enre O'*_mtg.. eMumabte .en pert, of
/ Gorgeous 3 BR, :S both and 300 ft. major highway frontage, $33. CO. LUCIllE CONNER'SPRYAssociate: p"c. !.' ."."
-, $1295NEW brick home on 'LekeHampton. 2 BEDROOM HOME and a I bedroorq-guest .nous. W' "61 et.;Eef of Stark.. *e..ent Rd. iplll* pr 0"f"
GS 550b TWO tar town. 22900. I? 0,-; Rnellent,. building le*.Country Club.area npereiu I{41
..1'.'", C/H/A. 30 ACRES $'000 per acre ""'" 9& .50U or 964.8420'n mrfmf.. .gAnres. : 1
....utlf,1 landscaping Include BUILOINO LOTS In Storks $3000 each;'*. tdt't ehcWfrorm S .. .Ml sown wIh i/6.8 f/'ea Mirglli'wkji! ,:*
SUZUKI OUTBOARDS fruit and shade .1 >/' -... ., rR''ii.Realtors: lake Bedford; Urge la s. bett_* hi need. Tre pistrZy'
tree, plus arbor.Inoy ", i ... '*
grape greet leceHonrwner ""'!Ic. .. .
| a summer berbe* .. .
f wv. .2 HP. reg $525 quo on the cowered .beet A' ,1' ." "t-
"}4 dock with swimming, ec-. "' .' i
4 fi NOW $375 ce... Many ."' ,.*., Priced I .. .;, ....:., ;
1 to, sell., Call MarieFelkenberg 21' ,..., 1., ,.M earaRCe1llf1.t '
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J HP reg $1045. Reel..../A**estate, Neighborhood Properll. .Ine, -
'.....06.. 782-1790 eves; REALTORS ; .' "QjVETWf54ZtFREE"
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BUILOINO SITE r. I ,"AIIDIC<<}t.:rt..w 4o"u..%1r/.:+::v i1#..trW" PALLETS ft FIREWOOD i 'I'i i
25 : 1 traded lot .In Clay -" I unshin. iBII
reg $1410 acre "Com, by $ Acrsji t"fu.trl".nd!
County. County reedfrontage NETTLES '. :: : R 1. $ '" I pick up tr*>s>, p H.t* and, scrap firewood! |
with streams .
$1110 ..
Bfart NOW running behind property. ,MASTERSu It :I I ... lae( .n 'Kh: ,01 >a..._Itt).. B-ecjInnlnQ June

J Invest fan the future or L191t.i t 0 ET'Qt" n 120 l-mll 'alt. 'at.rlal' 'If.gon 'o rorW |

, STORE:)WIDE/ SALE ON 'build/ en It new. Mobile .gN ('IronS' .' 't .... !!?t prI".. i

Home or House O.K..Cell :tIJjW1 pr.rn: e' 10x12i I*W. Neal UI. spoe..tJhrs '__your" chance

ALL NEW LEFT OVENSHANOI Marie FelkenbergReelterA.e.lete :1 N'eW:1Construc: Rentddeltrtgand ; \ .. _..... ,- -, Don't- ....1'1-"Ibt't''Opc. A.y.ar
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'.....06., 782-1790: w... '_ : nOQfing( t< ;, ) ilFORF.REE (\\ ,. ,.f.. ''I.v/: $.3' .""a' Givowey 11i ,

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I 12x24' 'I ,.....OU fB I '96 .S .$82 r rlt':trt st f f'after ,?,- -d'' 7 3-3193. k Ollw't T''i'.r'. ;!:f'ar .& 9K'7p. f. i f
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MISCELLANEOUS'!. I' \ 1f1t:"'''''' "'' AREU f "'JJStTT LI1 ble4l5. ,jB rk f () ilJ t\tt .rdll g' : tf: .0!' : '.::,,', .tt!' I.f-. 1'."

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St.te.Tal1hsee. ..
iVortfH'i jP\ ?. tll! f..L /'aitr. k".po.o J fiW'.vout' k tt'j \" '' '' t"1"jjJ'" "";.1' ,. 'L'.J. >>)1"
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W WID Hlftmui/ ; ngfrij.wlh "(jilt I.9b$< 's lectt"Q IJlO1J\8\ f\dlrig;' ,
lIOIONHiut;'raU>i '" I II.(#' w ._ r It .;; 1 nQb Ifprlh > local young!'nterV ti 'atten nl< Wre 'fotldlrnepi'i:; anl U n'ftBoyei! ; '
days, 7p.m. Public \mjm< i!. I <47.$ a I.r 4 p.m. .kl-I.ol Keysmoo44eight.- State Program now underway in Tallahassee, Florida: the .
..'" I and tJ Fret. 1158. 'Ichg on campus
6/2 jf/ft30?
AIC0Hd.ICSANONTMOU tfnchg.- '0 )I .. 6 0tch'bJFr I jSPACE1.,1Lawr.Q.;} S55/mo. piQfposiP. ...tlmat.A"1'.nr.. es. _. .oft, the Florida Slate' University'Thq session. Is scheduled for.. ,
; 372'729 :
$* CloVedmeetings tIW\ll llKJIHt'dr.w. .t !I\'b\' perlenC..3hJlf)443.421ond FOISALEBEAUTIPUt June : through July 2.
I ,. ask fpr pig, MIRITIRIMINT"HOMI |r Jason Bennett was selected to represent posL58 this week, accor-
Monday -- --
p.m.Op.n % Also
Drugs 'w jJic ding to Post Commander Senior
TEP' tfnchg 'ie George Pierce. Bennett, 4 at Bradford *-
meetings JMday 8 !
.v4 larg. tot hc.sra IAN 5GENEVA
p..... AlaClPt'I..tt. ; fO BUYi Ibbi f'1111 H II$1't'IN*r= %I" \ i
p.m. All meetings 01 fe' IPIrlg-'porW CliNT all I ,
fIg fla", $500'(down. >'71.7" -
Educational$ ng,C on, f.A73.341: l/Ifnch. ngoi'i'ie.. .eg' ; 0600' 4ondttlbnV<, iSKtoKKEL* under .enslvrbof.' UKINOti month. Discount on entire'p.rI' An,,alternate'Darreli Wagner was selected to attend shoul '. ''COIl!: loa..lfl.'nllre'lng. havebeen unable tqattend. Darrell Is the of Mr and Mrs. Glenn
Churdt son ;
munity 4J.Jj7.Rg.. t..tqPFICI ... ACI.downUwni !! ,, ., j I 10 acres. ,Owet\'waterfront
\ \ 73'3241"6I3Onpai' < I asMstanteianU CPR trained II I : Tiggolt of Starke.
475-2130. 6/2 tfnchg .. n..t..W. Stole Form, lot ,CoJI ,473-4375. 6/2 .
OVERMTfRS'ANONYWOHirNo Ke-fit<6ne Confer. I *AHTlMI.BAiY.Sn7IRl. >auri supervision'") tftchg This Is the 40th session of the Florida.American Legion Boys I ___
due.,fees rw.tghlns. SI60/Mo: Koyilon *Mee.ti4>month ..Idol iLlrtlet font l, senior cltlceni;that 1, COMMERCIAL I"PROPERTY on I State Program,. which Is a comprehensive weeklong course in

Open /neetlng. tu4iyj:,, ://J'I44hts'ELTOft I JJeolt.Y..l< ,., .Lake OeneffajCfllk l$ t tlMlj3a..183 \' meals' ; doyiw- .ekIorliKig' "" corn...ot Lawrence Blvd. Government and Patriotism. This program is structured for the in

7:30 p.m. Community; 473.4).i/2" ; ( or 473-2005 term islay; :styling' c.nterpi'ecigio. and Flamingo,,,eqr SR.100 dividuals to begin the week with City Elections, and the program .Lob
Church UdocplliorAil!)'f ...thdL1), ItL WI""II ,j wsik.n4.j'cj( tchg .toivthe.1aublcr\ | > ,!,' and SR-2I 1 'IntersectIon culminates with the election of the Governor of Boys State: 568 high ."b
Building. _..Ke.ysione... 2. ....11. -' rn .< rEMALI dblt'lt\kJ\ ; FOR. *yl'rig, for, "'." andwomen 4.teparat.offtce cornpies. school seniors will participate In this annual event. Many .1''''.Jt.' '
Height$ 473-2790. 6/2 mobile home with wosheJhr4ugh ROOMMATEr Inquire .. perm and,hair. .. 'rJrl
,) : ,arne, lot with entrance dignitaries address the Boy Staters and they will have the opportunity ,
-'"**- &pie, o.a coloring. SR-3 5. Harnptan. .q
7ra ,
tfnehg rll1f'a'"M' Ie .Porkt '
I'da 3-sldn _
I' : on of to meet many of the leaders Florida's Government to .l- '''AIig
.BINGO ;Llon. Club acres*),'. : Friday 9 a.nijo L ,,"/3q. llld 468-261 6/9.304tehg.: building. Owner; financed. include Governor Bob Graham and LI. Governor; Mixnn.:Also the ,
from high school ond /!. /,' BUILDING RIPAIRSIremodeling. with......
; : fn. Soturdatf.'cjm..I '" interest rate. Call members of the Florida Cabinet participate in the Florida prograrn m
Tuesdays. tEarly... Bird 7j j: p.rrivtbir; :C1,3.P"7. j' | tOSTFOiJilD'rs cabinets. ALSS jjddltlons total 473-4920 or 473-3411 62tfnchg along with Justices of the Florida Supreme Court. '.q
p.m.: Regular 7::$0' p.r/'.'p $550'per' monlH-plu! j jjttOMS ; : Ing. CalL. haul- '. The Florida American Legion Boys State was started in 1940 and 1'1; '110:)
;: W2S,20.,6/9-30 :
Public Invited. 6/2 tfnchgf ldoopoeltIf"/lg-6\6 JIJ ma. OLD femdle1' Rolit&W.li.rlfa4.9e.t SHALJOWAND.DEIP WELL .
4tod __ has over 18ooalumni to its credit. Many of the alumni of the program 'pb
".." ,QN BAh4 LAKE tH/AC. : 28R., ,v1W.carp.t. '
: browtt 1morkingH-! Ca\l' BryanAceHardware, Jason Bennett 9
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'suprotepsrQnoIIanltorlol but
\ : Florida Nationally. Two outstanding individuals from the
close to''scBools' ... "' '' .
MINIATUREGOLF ,'ifAnsvf ni Gr.t.i" Lost Keyslono Heights, '" III'
'' and maid programvil be selected to attend The American Legion's Boys Nation ,
_+4o$425'mo.plu.4.po.lt f*,SatuirjuwS'.iond'rif1.June 18 473 4006 6/2 tfnchg In Tallahassee Ms weei Jano1
COURSES morning. vlt) "-. Churches. our'.peclorty. Program to be held in Washington D. C. at the American
47.3744 an'orI < 1977 CHEVROLET PICKUPVitori Bennett Is representing Post SB
CpU w! ; Chrl''on..r' at,
Del.. in 3- days '''' / .a02tiHg 3URNISHID .?(vice CiAnpJfioaU.< REWARD. buy Maor It.|-HI appliance deliver and: -, you In. 4x4 LWS.extra clean, University. Boys State June 26 through July 2. lib
outdoors,1ndoor'price i;. 'MOBiCiHOMfif :OffERIo- 'Please' -<:alt loll.ftMovtng\ ? Ca$'me J'll| automatic transmission, bn
ClHIpre at bach Wo "prefer W" 30aipl
). 3-78BSLv,
:)Up ,, "txi move you. Water .heater 5
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1175/.1-! plu*{"POUNDi., [ Mel.tcockerspani.I and water. yanks Installed. 473-311), ) 6/16 TAD
Financingavailable deposit. 'call I-475-1368 tfnchg
: "f',color. Water conditioning; ; '113
; LOM- -6/30. rmchg4BR "> Off CR-219-A.) .Metros. system. Installed. Mixing PETS ETC.. Birds and
MA ENTER'-' >, <2'AB>othr House lilt Coll'475-2760U6/40 IkilOPERSONAL valve and f'1luc.t.changed ', rodent Various pet sup- 02W
Metros__ Kitchen. fully ''' .' ,. pile. .Will take special I,If.IR1
PRISES INC.? n'" out Minor plumbingand
; Equipped.! :fully 'aarpeted;. .. Bonded and I order on pete i and sup .
BOX 955-Ws, wood/.Wove*,lor, a*..yord'; "insured. ,Hodges.Delivery pll... 475-2760. 6123.30 U .d

Scranton,. PA Deference*. .vequjred> j'! SERVICES Installetlon ; : and' 21pd I ti.orl

18503 ..400/010,., $100 ,depolt .. .. ..Ionltorlal.473.367J'after) 6pm 196B CUTLASS SUPREME i_ I .
: ,Call, .264-6688,,, 6/30.7lATTENTION :\? I t .. :.1 rjt: .,v'LAWM .' and weekends.. CONVERTIBLE Mew top _ _ I ,H
(717)346-5559 .: : .2tcha.i of MOWINOl, 61.677.41chgWHO point job and. brakes 1 .1.
,. londscoplngdeckt, Phone .473-7383, 6/23-30 _ libob
pptlot. wotk*. QuoDiy 2tpd I''
,. work ptreotondbleprlcef.Coll 171 OLDS B8i 4dr.. vinyl I 1

'473-1925 '_.nlng.. CAN. SELL top, Good shape, good 'i-a ,
6/9-30 4t.hg"CARPENTRY "."/" ;:; .E.rTER'JHAII' tire.. Run excellent very _
AND MASONRY dependable.. $950. Call
\ WORKBuilding.. ballot, \ YOU? 473-2127 after. 5 p.m. 6/30 -' H the Victor 511 ECR ;;0 \

Sk lton's. Power' addition;*, remodeling Give us their name end Itchg ____ .tins
home and tile work. Free phone number. If they $/W DARKROOM OUTFIT, ____
& estimates, Phone 473-4473 ere selected, you 'may' Essentially complete. You get all these: benefits from this oJ:<

Washing l during day':'6/:r tfnchg chaos* a prize from our- Omega Enla'g.r,'GRA.LAI sophisticated Electronic Cash Register System... 03Dj
CARPENTER WORK pals folder. CALL OR Timer easel tanks, tray,
Sylvester's LawnAAaintenance Remodeling work, kitchen WRITE MILDRED HINKLI. etc. All as new. $375. Bill P itemized customer/ receipt D locked-in detail audit tapeD 4

cal.n,! ,*.''IId..crlm! carp !rj:!;.", *.O. Drawer I. Lake. Neylan 473.4035 after 5 warnu
automatic tax and change D other standard features to _
Service 'try.. Reasonable price. OeneveT .Fl 32MO p.m. 6/30 Itpd many : '
i'Call1 473-2477 after :Jj 30 479-2467.; 182 HONDA MB-5 50CC computation provide complete management \\StW .
are goIng, o merge to tha. p.m6/2tfnchg > MOTORCYCLE Like new. D automatic taxable and l non-taxable control ( If
Great for town travel. Low $ 'l99
of five
new name sorting D control totals :
mileage. A teal at $350 or ,

S&SPovverWaslm&Lawn UsdMoblIe!. :>> Homes 6/30 best 1tpal offer. Call 4737348.< Check Out Victor The Money Managers.

Maintenance' ::2 &: Bedrooms my Aviary. Easy to -

.tame, just weaned. Special

On. lull year warranty or prices more.In quantltlesof Call anytime five, For All Your Office Supplies I

Residential Commerlcal CompUtoly!! !R*> eondlflone 473-7481. 6/30-7/J81 Stpd
Free Estimates John D ,Brown AKC'COCKERS'ANIII.'f'UI'S...., OFFICE SHOP I

Call Roger or Tom : 1 black unusually beautiful. II
: .4Z3'S4t: !* .. .l.3 ..U.1LS'5h15t""C" ::;..", .Home",..,. ...... ... ... ntpr,.I" J\o{ t.... ,, Deposit Vet checked will and t>pldL wormed.hojcp Ca1t: Starke F.lai I '

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: ,160 S. Lake Avenue PUBLIC NOTICES' I Roger E.OuBo. fit"KITTENS Kitten half. NEED EASV-PART-TIME field 241-A Providence.You CLI Good.looking model I DORM I both Already' setup used mobile home. Ray
MEN AND WOMEN lake Butler, 496397BCornpi.t. .. will not be respontslble purslon.' We need. a good JOB Pick blueberries.. I pick or we pick call with lots of crome, Needs In trailer park. $750 Powell 496-3377. TFNWANTED .
Insurance Service. for! any depts of Penny < .home. Were no trouble 'Early morning. late afternoon 755-0211 Tues.-Sat. 7:00 till battery, otherwise In good down, take over
1762TRAIN \. TFN Ann, DeBoe* after and were free and owner at Schrettmann' 800: Sun. 12:30: till 800 shape See at 506 S.W. payments. Call Wendell
NOW FOR' 5/31/83. '4-pd616BABYSITTING will deliver-!-chg 6/30 .Field In Providence 2-chg p.m, 4-chg 6/16 12th St. I-chg 6/30 Moore 496-2375. 1-chg I
Will babysit. 6/30 GENTLE MARl PONY Small DINNETTE TABLE AND 2 6/30 ,
CIVIL SERVICE"EXAMS i i Steve Broadway:i Ini. my home. Clean: < : FOR RENT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR for pony perfect for small CHAIRS Round white table 7913: MOBILE HOME 48X24. 3 y, PAY CASHl%v For YodP SVILL *
healthy atmosphere ol( Developmental Training children call 496-2761. trimmed In gold. Good BDRM; 2 bath, C/Heat and used mobile home Rcfi
No High School Necessary ![ TREE' SERVICE age*will negotiate fee call: j jI I Program In Union. County. 1-chg 6/30 Condition. S.. at 506 S.W. Air. fireplace masonlte Powell 496 3377. TEN,
,Positions Start A* High A* Tonday Moore 4962379.o :: ,I'Y'Ew.lnl s AND AD. Send resume and two letters .If70 SKAMPER POP-UP 12th St. I_chg 6/30 siding, shingle roof must .,
S1O'21 HOUR ft Removal i I l-chg6/30 '. DING' MACHINES FOR of reference to: Industrial CAMPER Co stove, ke .HOUSE ON CORNER LOT 3BDRM sell 496-2218 2-pd 6/30 .
RENT Union County Time Ads
rb-b o o dldiib Complex of box, awning good condl. 2 both C/Heat and PRODUCE U-Pick Classified
POST OFFICEMECHANICS' Clellll (L ? '*Trimming i ISO Main,, Street LakeButtir zipper
P.O. Box 368.
MINIATURE Ralford tion. Price 99500. Call 4th St lake Butler Get Results
Air. silver
e e INSPECTORS *'Free Estimate : Phone 496.226tfar peas queen sweet
KK! MIBSC NT,/os WHat Ralford. Fl 32083. 2-chg 431-1160 alter 5:00 496-2900 after 4 00 okra.
.GOLF COURSES, : p.m. p.m. corn. Phone 496-3378
Information TFN 10/1 .
PRCPARINO AT HOMa POA". :. '1Irewood 'i ; Del. in3 days -we 6/30 |_.,j.rt 1-pd 6/30 2-chg 6/30 I or 7550868 after 700. Subscribe
a 'Inakitfe' t Phone No.J'To: outdoors; indoors' BEAUTIFULBLUBERRiES. FOR SALE, MACHINES Warlord good condition, Set up In PICK-UP W/TOP. 'Today I

Training i 473-4732 i ir prIc&$3,90Oip,' $795 Starilre $495 Pin. Lake Butler. Curtains, Appliances PER 1977 model $2500.
National ,balls$295. See at the Only $'' .500, Call .1979 Chevy Van conversionV8
1 fling. game UNION'COUNTY'TIMES'
Service Inc "ft.r $ P.M. i A n. Jr.',Y-ar! {& ='i,inf 6 ACRE PARMirBeautilut
,, &: room 50 E. Main lake 496.3328 anytime. 2-pd w/ac power steering
a'vA11.i1ble roM' home tile '5acrescleared
; Kystone Holghf :; : luscious fruit, Schretz- bcres Butler 12:00: noon-10: 6/30 and brakes $5500.
C/O TElICRAfH ord ; MAENTER:: manns Flelltl 2.41.A : 35 In p.m. Earl Gendrean 1- chg GOING OUT OP BUSINESS 496-2252 1-pd 6/30
'Llctnid & ln Call
.. ... .... ....... woodland. tobacco allot. : Janice
._. : tJ-PIck .
.... *PRISES INC. Providence 6/30 SALE Green frog ceremlcsgoing DUCKS GEESE. RABBITS call
P.O.. Drawer A < "' mentr cypress ,.... pond 4962261FOR

..-.'.'.... Fl 320$I664tpdOV', ,.. .:-:k..1l.N oN-iUlY.r.Yr'' .BO 't'9W; 60.rentSpc pick" a ',II*; we lb. next to large hunting. area.' SEWING attachment, MACHINE"with and cabinet'plus all Desque out greenwore of buslneis sale and 4963359. 1 1- 6/30

: 'I S rla')1ton,7 KA, Tues.-SaL 1250.00 peroc Ownerwill other household It.m.4 at 30 percent off also
.1n ;. 'I' 10 .. rlMES I W-03U. 7 finance wit2Q: paint
---. .] w.It".'.,;;11.. ".JAAo"110-0._ 11. ", '18O3( am.pmun.22:30-, : down. D.n...., Realty percent 'phone. 4963606. 1-chg lots of molds for sole S

'. "j (717)346-5559...,. 8pm ,, "... Inc. ((904)) 354-4939 UFN, 6/30 Please call before you 1come t
out. 6/30
2 chg
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'FoRJLr.-! : RENT. \
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t 9 Broker, SelesmasI
*V '''*"' SERVICES
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GRAND_OLI.OP.Y t) > ad 'O'MIMOSA v f Ai"iEr-tie6sifiA :E;'" .i; '. 1"l2O'MHz'3 4-50s5 or *...-...20

SHOP h SEAT AYAILABtE1 ,'\11'I/Hi Unfurnished: extrand9Nvlna .| MANOR! MOtlL AREAr till.' lull ''fUrnl...-' BR. l'/'J5olh:; CHAIN LINt PENCE, Install- '., 21 scres. residence,
;: i '..oornaverytlleon ,. .HQMI. "ARIIC.Mo.bllItqm.lInd. ; 'fed, A/C 1 month rent anddeposIt' $ mlh.i SEWING MACHINES .bamn .sssumeblpv .!?!' -
unfurnished T65
ffrst ed. Free estimates. HandyMan
,C/H/A. $175. far I .
rentJteCfeatJ.onol 'advance.referenci REPAIRED All make ....000
In tgage
last 'mlh, $100deposlf. I .
first Co.,
VX'Gr yioiinclf'TVs nd last mo"'I1."nt."d. fence owner '
a ; vehicle* 'cleaned oiled and ad- .
4 home.
50 cleaning deposit I. hoWl:1.1_"Phone ......2912t Ax t rtfawlred, .. Not taking opplications. Tommy Reddish. 944 8559I : 'lusted '$15. Work ecres,2. story
964.5739 6/23 2'eo 63OlBR : 964-9734. 6/30 I I 6091230IXPCKIfNCtD : pool. aisumable mor
,: anc.. 9(>4.605" aft t:9b'' )"',!&'tfn. guaranteed. lorries
... .nw 61. tfnl. etlll ,MO.. HOMES POE RENT*' TRAILER Compl.lelyfurnl.1Ied 2tehg 7/7 ; PAINTER, Strickland tgage.
\ corner Morgan
with air. "In., both, call' .. II ell
O.t>ft. ....h. .,'OrI4I'I#'Noin Starke 14 lEDROOMi 2 Neat work, Interior or Rd. and 16. Jo ,41.acres.
r' cIty' cluding utilities, ,S6oH.pen 4.ft365aft.r' for appointment lerlort Free''estimates.' Hwy TFNchg home, SOd price. -
'p Illt ,
lan W
PNE 16
J< Hwyi< YYl'lWRITlRi REPAIR Call
Grohom. :
JI week. Near and Information Reasonable 'ral.. with'good 20scr.s/IuieiJ.' C/B
.jHiCTR'C I _J"' .the Office Shop. 110 W.
e.d' I
: #485-1371.6/30 Itchg .
6/30 ipd 'references.: Call' home fireplace $12.000
.1 1LcJtLP1Lr.c I tllC! coonnB Call St., Siarke, for details.
: FUnrXshed-
Color TV. J99.95
., oJ. ...... pec.I; for rent 964-S1T71. ftpd 6/30 !19645764. tfn _. I f M acres or more large
Next to Starkaaa&m*- Call f on Sampson Lake, have ac weekly rate*. wall to tjeitrMONf SERVlCtSr, In- 2 story home, born
wkll' rat.I Temple'tMttJ GLASS CUT TO ORDER.Ip60n."wtodow.
Ices. to dock 4' fIahIq< wall air and TV. I oft
f 964351 > carpeting, lalldtlon' and repair
W4I=.5.0'mf ... .( :.:h'6:4for t 9(>6406 or 964.86//3or, '" 'Call 64.0992. ask for Ann. brivolely'' 'owned, JACKSON BUILDING $UPP.Y. .IC.- ERA PAUIKNER-IEAITV ,
"od v1I
tOn 7/17 lelephoneoj '
". '. //f nH .. TARKEt '3 BR hou* >.,)v.. NICE 2 BEDROOM I' both .equlpnien ,_ .*.,JackS < {|I.token, 964-6078.In Aoh Order. :Butler.olio -, 964-5065' te::

'I refrigerator "rQ'p'ort ., .Mom.-. |r>i|,Sterke, quiet InstallotlonxeM.. I 964-4931! 496-3079 and

: .... .... .. .J JI. U washer/dryer'fIrs4.3OS45ecuVIl1 Y, okIiP. nelahborhood.. phoned-K' or9 l.74O.61562tPd6/3Q, ; I /I ''IIb"*>473-4973..2i2A KeystonePIei Ifn "A"O.'

T.&..2NJiaA.opTGACES: i' $215- mth ... .. '964-8734: 3rilpd: v BAKER i.r\-OAS.: INC; fqmlly j jbwned 1// '.- FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS .
\" WI PURniASI'I;. '( ;.. "" /" ; fito9e l Yptnf4a150ei'802epd. ,. .'" .RAOpORD'VItLAGI'( AmiArtAJltlhft '1 ,>ope atedi We : ""
: : 'ord 'cclI1tWtL<; 4731..: a ...m" .Mt "' pehtotW. *,lor! trLyeO give! better! ,prices, \ 'II? 144w.ic.Il34. ,BUSINESS-
M\'irJ.t 1.'Y I, ,11'I rnor US 301Oft'i!! EWe ,I I '..p.' l.dl1vaconcy. >1 .. ..nt rseil
;"'t'ol "Ir\a\ 7> r !)f\c.\ .Y'I.fI.. I *....71 3
'f JI, ; bus O0Id t.II'fb b&S'l ',t'lM 'ltq' i P.f., .apor fK17 6/30 i41 Th mpsos..r.I t <'Ded>obnf, A.C., furnished' ulllankA.. loirf.hl' I ( tope.: I A ,OPPOrUNITIESA1AC1EttSPOiTI1E- j h..->
how spd otIv-) ;' ,Coil SI"" > i \\ttf\&j last month plot WI! .0ricH( l. 9 tilt. '" t f f
'1 Let .-.00 4s.araw.vtI 'toupl. IL II ROOAI'.sJ'rjfdel]tf l- .poslHehone 64860tTCARPET fl'lIl'a... "ho''t".I'/' .: / ii''' .J. o.. : -'
:.martgogqjOg1." FflJ,"))1 SJ|*, cqo4p. OS : off =. 6/09 tin C g -'air' '12334'! : ''' '''Sat..M, tn S-.M"\ %
; : Guest Hou*, :; Th 11 ''IIF, f"1j'It' > ii 1RpolptmnSII GodvV 5T041JQ: erCciunty.
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'.. 116N.WalnulSt : ":" q area. Loading S th 4'R"-e., f 75+.6b1' 6/2jr4fChg7 f4' ." Net Always NeceseanT'zfC EaEflenf'lncome.
ed! t'miIi. ..W ) ; ;f: 1 BH VM TEAR DOWN BUILDING1 Ite ,,4 gBi49'an4 $tdner.Awlll
.lId! tIU'IIY, L4'"W j apart- : -1 7tl..t';;; 'T4TK
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", I deo lots ; 11"'oMtaf' ,.,
r. "/ A .at, ? "jf IK 1d'Ym f'noQ men .' I !l month. \ .' > '. ..A0FOR0. SfRVICliftJ3.JV :t5 5.
I '. .50 L....... .t.-Ji. ) *04, 6/23 Stchg 7/07 i Cad FIe ; f6-52r8"6/3Oeltchg"' : !.tooJd-etI1lol7pIl'lllp.IIfti;::""iI9' 594/3O.+tr.......
'I: PT- Ii I *CLEANING f WILE ..A.1Win., 4thizPAonday 1
< 'A Stove, e t alia re-layi drq'O.n. : g.
\ LSQ. I .7S. ,,,,th., oodrougb mnAstro r: '&IR.. ;at.G". t thru Friday, good i .1i4B121. 11/T8rtVi. A ....,r/Y./ 'ulrl key opera .
"S1'tW' ''< ""'" bel.. "110 rVAJITTOOBINItf." Ai iiMlllIOII.
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9dg-7188., 6/30 Itpd Radio/St r way -- ) YOUR BUSINESS ,964 Soil alter I .
Ct ItCt Mtn1'S: n' if SR-313 iGrandln 9 f 4QOAu GENEVA 2 I' ,; I' ''dean. Dry 'ci,-' .Bl*I f SAVlr SHOPi Compfjt3 I'i WANT TO STOP '' f

?: 'lo'l'tJ'wOndn EIt. I th. C/M/A, WW iuia f9 nt.thod.ot.tI.M'f hApfcnlng: 'ervlcef W J j juiirfeid. LYtIAT'$ OUR NQWIHIRIfISJeaergeldv4dUaPs'
... ombua7ed .. ::1 carbide,.shaMiltower .
.1 '. W 'tdf lOe..Wflool.do".lI. .hillts r nonpNlot1i''iI an te1J-I..t'3' m'iue I : fft 6x12 8xlf '10x12' 12x18 65-ZJ3. Call'473-3744.es" 233'N. 't.ny.. ctemonitraflort.COOKII i 0rount'anJ'o1Z: 954.5994 I and home core products1:
7 days week until ,leave at Jackson Building S
.368-394.: 6/23 tfn/cha, ALANONFAMILY No Investment, will train.
lRqUh at SU kJ.KJwasakl of Stark* dork.' WE PICK C ME M.APARTMlNlt plsAve.: aft- I 473-3457: : Supply In Starke. Keystone. GROUP )659-2iO4, or write Rt. I.
ntahed, 403 N.. VWt.lnul 'j .m. .Height' or Lake Butler.TFNchg .
'0".1"**SI1L-11.JJU1. 'i4I aoi t.jij.jiSliIS11PIS'* 984UaQ q64.52'r4/IIpd St.i. ,..) i J/ll 13tpd 964-6219 32635.10 6/30 Ftorohome\tpds. fl


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> '' .1' Electric Corp..wbere she served i I;iT'.ai 'In the DeWitt C.Jones Chapel with; ; '
'i{ ,1 ) i The funeral l Is pendtng/Bnd'wtll<< .' be ( '. SJ 4Mon4d .Wne 20 In the
Mamie Ha"'Pringlc. Walter Burgess' held In Snodgrass1 Funeral )Home In as an accountant for- 21 years She.."'. Rev Cliff H McLeod officiating: In- field: Lake 6 'Cerrielery7.with Rev.

,'.' ;/ JVlarkham' Mr. Walter Burgess:93,of Keystone South Charleston W, Va. DeWitt C. was a member Church.of the St. Edwards. ternment was in' the direction ro by'Lak.' of'',., UrtJyV (offldla Iiig Jones
Catholic '' under Ui
Cemetery *
Heights, died Sunday, June,28, in the Jones Funeral Home was In charge of l rMotoq 'pf StrkJ was in
Mn.iMamie J IlatMngie\ Markham, Bradford County Hospital.. local arrangements. Survivors include a daughter;Mary! I Jones. Funeral Home ofilarke.. /!' ., 'charge UrHmjjerm.'nls.l oj '
i' Ellen W oj Holmes,Beach FL; ;
died Wednesday and 1i"I""Jl 1/ ; '
77, of Branford retired Chesapeake '' ' '
lie was a two John B. of Chicago, V, ,. I I..
June 22 in the North Florida Regions Ohio Railroad Engineer and a Frances Butler'IWager sons Wager Robert Howard Cook : '
after extended Illness. to It; and David F. Wager of Starke; a
Hospital an moved
Mr. Markham 'was born'' I In member of BLE. In He 1959 from Mrs, Frances Butler;\Vag ri 65, of sister,'( Winifred( tfillenwater ofGainesville Mn Robert Howard Cook-- 76, of ,Card, JtJiaI s,
i j Bryceville. FL. living 'ItI"the Lak Keystone Charleston.Heights W Va. Starke died Saturday morning, June''' ) brother' ,Gordon Butler > Starke, died Saturday June 18;; In the Our'heartfelt! thanki'Oil who ex-
( \ befon in' the North Florida Regional of Cambridge', WS and two grand-' Bradford County.Hospital following a
I'' Butler omml1h\ty for 42 years Survivors Include a son; Robert L. 18, .'tended'contorting sympathy and help
Branford five yean! ago. Hospital following a long illness. children. long Illness; .' For the
moving to daughcr, Florence I. In'our recent 's rrow
Burgess; a NY1 0, Rosary'services went held at 1:30II.m. Born In Tifton,GA,.on Jan. 1, 190'1.
and oh
t She was' a house "wife; a Forth, of Keystone Heights; two Born Kcnyonvllle., April : beautiful service,floral offerings;and
'hod1 rloved to' 20, In the DeWitt Mr. .Cook moved to 'Stark from
member of the McCalls Chap sisters, Julia McDanlels of 1918 Mrs. Wager Monday June ,other kindnesses Ne'pre deeply..
:. i United Methodist Church In Branford Chesapeake, W. Va., and Blanche Starke from New 4wlt, rJ0: :'4'ago. ,C.:.Jonca.Chapel: with.Father Joseph, ,Prlandoln' iecMd :was ofa the grateful. ,.'"" : '
\\1. ," J iFlhtoy1 officiating.'''Funeral Services retired ppet : '
.She-waaihe widow ot the late" Hug' McDaniels, of Cabin Creek. W. :Va., i from The Family of Clarence Moore
.Markhami'1'. ''t'*'*,**r',w Mrs. Wager hadreUrod .the-. were held-at 10 a.msTi; e dafiJul"e Methodist Faith
.j and two grandchildren. ,." ." .. .' '. ,
Mrs Shafts; 'Lettie survived Dead byffouVdaughters of/ Jacksonville;; . ...,, '.". -..... ,. ,. ... .,.. ... .......... .,.. .... .... .".. ..,... ....,..."..,. .', ....- .......,.."". "..,'". ,.,, .. ..... ._.......-- ... ....... ...."..0..... .... ..". .. .'"'. ..... ... ..."... .","....I.,r".,...-"- ... ...... ... ". 'V'" -,,,. "iW.
Mrs. Juanita Mikell.'. of :Branford; II!' co. .. ,
Mrs.Wilma Allen of Lake Butler; and : ;" d'; Prices ocf.Jhr t July} .4,1983July ;
Mrs. Malovene Elrod: of South ft'.q,.: '
t Carolina; one brother,L.Ll-Pringle ol j. 'I I I'J, \ 'y,'" I
Sulphur, LA; two sisters, Mrs ? .' "
Vinessa Barber of Los Angeles, CA ,
and Mrs. Marie Mikell of Macclenny;; \
I, 16 grandchildren, and 15 great /H\ I I

grandchildren.Funeral services. were'held Saturday 1 ;' prices

,June 25,at 2 at the Chapel of
I Archer Funeral Dome of Lake Butler, '
with Rev. Jeffrey C. Daniels of
ficiating. Burial followed in Mt. Zion 4th'!
Cemetery in Lake Butler under the "ryour

direction of ,Archer, Funeral. Home,, 4
I Lake Butler. .
y Square Covered, ; i

'G"I' ,
"1 Rev. George Fonzo Save 33%! Pop.r,Mat** Celebrate Independence Cooker

_. I j Day with more free timel! Serve and toss, diameter. ,. '
Sr. 41.97
Prevail. r Model 7730
h .white plates. 100 ct. Reg. .87 package. peg.. '
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Rev. George Fonza Prevatt.Sr.,73,, shy '
of Starfce. died Monday, June .0. in $
Redwood 3
the Bradford County Hospital follow. piece 28..971Gay

ing an extended illness. Picnic

He was born and raised in Bradford
County the son of the late Robert Mit
chell and Senie Griffis Prevatt, I
former pioneer residents of Bradford .58 R.J Grill
County. Ir.fb. '
Table .'
He attended Bradford County Model 9348 Reg. '144.97; .,
School and served in the U.S. Army -_ Reg.
during WW II. He was a retired
minister, and pastored Long Bridge '
Baptist, Decoy Baptist and Air Park $94.9:7: :,
Baptist in Starke. He was a memberof $59.97

The First Baptist Church of Starke. .

Survivors include his wife Mrs. ", I...'
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Nettie Donn Prevatt of Starke; two "" ; .roiiI'1 r..;
daughters, Mrs. Faye Williams and '
Mrs. Gloria Ruis; two sons Mr. W.
Jackson Prevatt and George Fonzo
Prevatt'Jr., all of Starke; one sister,
Mrs. Purvis Brown of Lawtey and
seven grandchildren.
Funeral services will be conducted
today, Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Air LYL
Park Baptist Church in Starke, with
Rev. Walter Lee and Rev. Jack Hall
officiating. Burial will be in Lawtey ;

Cemetery with Archie Tanner ; ___ ___
Funeral Home of Star e ii chat e of

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r A University of Florida en-
S: tomologist says the state has been ex-
periencing an unusual upsurge of
yellow fly bites.
Dr. Philip G. Koehler, Extension ,
\ entomologist at the University of ./
Florida's Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences says county extension r
offices are getting 15 to 20 )

calls a day about the biting flies. '' FF111V11 PPJIINUIS tNENM s'
Many of the culls are from doctors
whose patients are having an allergic ;
reation to the bite.
Koehler says yellow flies are deerflies .
near relations to the horse fly. 1.68Solarcaln 12.88
They cut into their victim's flesh witha 2.38 I 1ST '
knife-life jaw. "Then they inject an
anti-coagulant and lap up the blood," and ................PuckDtyR..... 35 Qt. "'*""-0. Brand Cooler
Koehler adds. Medicated, local onesDale *. A Mam Imported ed ........*Munchies to tide the Urethane foam insulation. Rust-
He says the upsurge in yellow fly thetic. Relieves sunburn pain. 3 oz. ready to eat. Surrounded with kids over between meals.14.5 oz. ;,Uproot, lightweight
activity is a result of an unusually wet aerosol. natural juices 4 lb.., r'fc -',. ; ,

year. Most yellow flies lay their eggs /. ,. ,.." i. j.., .
In wet marshy places and those areas 1 "
are prevalent this year.
"A lot of people react adversely to -. : ': ) ) red"LOUNGE
yellow allergic fly bites to even anything though they'renot else," PVC 20"' Breeze 16"Oscillating '12"Oscillating Square

Koehler says. "If they're bitten on the + .
leg they may develop a fever and the BOX COOKER
leg may swell up to two or three timesits ;
normal size. A becomes Increasingly -
person '
." sensitive to repeatedbites. CHAIR FANSFAN t.- :: .,. FAN GRILL!

domestic The flies animals.also Including attack wild dogs.and Reg. '11.97 2 Speed' Reg. "'19.97 i i -: ; .(,' 'Reg. '32.99 Reg.--'24.97 Model, 7730, :J'* Reg., *41"

around Koehler"They've production, animals adds beef been.become"Where Is and greatly a dairy unmanageableand real they reduced.are problem cattle abundant ","- $5 97 $169, ?,," i'I ,)$" ','(2: '::5.9 9, < $t' ::1'8,9'7., '$' 28:9'7', : ;I ,

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He says the flies may transmit infectious ( anemia among horses. One ", r :.
Is capable of transmitting IF"GAS :JJ I
species tularemia to man. Koehler says the I : Cast iron, ::: CharcoalLIGHTER. 5LbpagCHARCOAL. :
flies are active mostly in rural areas GAS I: ,
and during the daytime. Mosquito > I
spraying In the eveing does not con- HlBACHIi ,a;, :
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l Koehler says .the flies i are about GRILL GRILL le :
. ( twice the size of a common house fly Grill FLUID BIQUES -
and slightly smaller than a honey bee."They're Mode19417 MOdeI9348 !

j 3 yellowish in about color half and an have Inch a long.boxy Reg. '169.97 Reg. .144.97:1..1: .R g.:. .1iT.": : Reg.1.37 .. Reg. '12.37 :< I

I shape known taining protective The He "best adds as diethyl he"deet'Vhe clothing adds.way that toluamide to f-the or keep lays.i repellent Vellow them commonly off con-fly Is 11997 $0. 197 i $ l :!lj96' .;,,9,1 *;-:::1I.9'" ; -\1'

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Servicemen d i) M'x I t

Airman Frank A. Coss Butler recently .returned from a six- members the opportunity\ to visitports further academic and onc-the-jnb subjects designed to prepare them for Blankenship, son of Mfr 'and, Mrs.
Completes Basic Tralnjng month deployment to the Mediterru-. in Italy Spain, Greecef-Ek'yRta' ,,_..training in one of the .Navy's, 85 basic further academic and on-the-Job ,Gerald Blank !nstp(! Starke |4 currently
'"tteIIn------------ "Si IY"1llfd Ft!i ; o CUp tionat fields.' training In one of the Navy's 85 basic enrltlgl"IUI"-part of the multinational -
Airman Frank'C 8sion" f- He Is a crew member aboard the The Mississippi Is 585 feet long,and Included In their studies were occupational fields. peacekeeping force in
Richard and :Tool Coss of,Starke, has,, aNvtgAoo pp".eredl'lllll\ded J missile, ':a, 'csrries'a/e'ewpf' 472t"':' ,,;.> ..I;' .?df !'I,seamanship, close order drill,Naval Included ( in their. studies were Beirut.\lAb.non.\ 'I t '
completed Air Force basic training : qt\lllllll1: ,IiS9,114if91SsiJpI I \ ,oroeP1rtedl"" 11.11 ,I*' t ,I 1 ,,,t n .d' \. r i 'historyt.and first aid I I 1 1 seamanship, close order drill, Naval He is a member of 1st Battalion, 8th
Lackland A\r\ Force Base, Texas/) ; : I,..IP J>!QfqlkIII., } i / t .. ',,I) ,; 'I ,,,,' 1 I, III I 'o"i .. 'I. tfxNavy I, history and first aid. Personnel who Marine Regiment;'24th Marine Amphibious -
The,-.lNnan'l who remaining; \ a'I .1IJilIr\rul\ tba doplnymentthe'shipparlaoipeted .' II I// )., '.. ..,It:. II complete'this course I of Instructionare Unit (MAU),.Camp Lejeune,
Lackland for specialized:' training in fot'three hours of IN.C.
.1"' RCr.4ltilMlln,support( i I Nay.Seam n'Ken Branfieni eligible college '
the security police field, studied,the of the Multi-National peacekeeping I Ir "Co ipletes/tecruit7'ralning' Seaman Robert GilsonCompletes.1 credit in Physical Education and Marines were first ordered to the
Air Force mission, organization and war torn nation In June 1982 to .
Recruit Hygiene:
customs and received special Instruction ; lf M I t G J .: ,' 'I', ,'ay Seal ial1 K1 ti R.Bttailnewn'; > : Training in the' evacuation of
in human relations. ,>,Nationali We ki waaian', eight-day e : qfMarytJrannen': :, , of earned 1'lIlt: training/ at theNaveTianing GiJspnJr, son of Lydia Williams of
Completion this training << tionals. They,returned to Lebanon in
the Individual /credits, toward! arv",., U Si! Sixth) ) ,Fleet{ (!exercise I ships .and'>involvlngiapprbiimatelyi2tti more-! -' )I / ,Center, .., Grpat',Lakes, Lawtey, has completed recruit training Col.'Randolph It. Blankenship .August 1982 to supervise the evacuation
> .,at the Naval Center,
associate degree.in applied.isclence lit: Training; of the PLO and in September
than 200 and land-based U.S. Serving in Beirut Lebanaon
carrier )
pre.t Lakes HI ,
through the Community College of the During the eight-week ey'q,8. 1982 as part of the multi-national
Air Force, ,I. ':Navyslrcr8l 1 Thn,, > < 'I")! ?i r rewl j, trainees! 'sidled' ;general them, ,During the eight-week training cycle ,Marine Lance Col. Randolph R. peacekeeping force.
deployment provided' .,.h4 dMtonmi tA for trainees BKidied<< general military
He Is a 1981 graduate of Bradford. ,_ j _i i i wr< nrenare .
High School, Starke. I
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:1 ;National Richard D..Guard"Hall'Tt Completes ln"g." F : !.' \T :', am '* 9 pm

I, Army NaU qGuard\ \ >'fa.RllcMrd .., I
D. Hall son o? Rodney'and' Janlt!! tz t4$4upandet
Hall of Starke, has completed basic
training at Fort McClellan, Ala
+ys Vii
the training, students '1'
receive Instruction ka.4..dk'iU 'and,
ceremonies, weapons, map"jteadingjj' Mti8) i'
tactics military courtesy, II1l1itari'Justice. ; lower
first aid, and Armyihlstoryl oir prices
and traditions.He /w
received an associate degree in
1983 from St. Johns RiVer Communit
College Palatka, FL. ,, 'tIrl# :'"\' "

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Pvt. Jerry L. Greeni'h.J ': 1.,

:: Completes Basic TrainingI _
I Pvt. Jerry L: Green/Bin of Mablej Isa'
,: Green of Lake Butler, hat completed.J.;. 'f ,
basic training at Fort Knox PUl Visit the Pepsi Wagon
( rrflt Fans Compartment
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,. During the training .students' lu FrMrx'ra now and improved....vnmor.cut
received instruction In 'drill and r.titontl| Strong, look-proof foam plastic at TG&Y This Weekend!
;;' ceremonies, weaRons..map reading;.! ? pl8j ii am a mu tl 8'/V. 50 et. pkg
'] tactics, military! courtesy,' military./,:
Justice, first aid, and;,Army. hlstory\::\
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;= The private Is a 1982:graduate*of./ .' Sunkist Mt. Dew
Union County High School' Lake r Mme,, .LUJ ,
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Lt. Ernie Addison>
Enters Technology Institute": '
First Lt. Ernie L. Addison son'of ice'' fisl
retired Air Force Master Sgt. JohitD. ?t
and Louise Flckette of Keystone t, ;.:, PACK
a Heights,has entered the Air Force liH i L1 0
stitute of Technology'to' ':study for a' GL --

engineering master's degree at the in University electrical of $

Texas Austin. 1 5 0
Air 'Force 7
"i The program provides
members with education in scientific ,, Ht-Drl P p.r Tvrta At this $'l
Ion ....stock ) Choosefrom 2
and other fields,: at' pnc up
engineering .> ) a variety of .prints and CASE $5.99
civilian universities. .
ortfiton* lOO 2 ply sheets
His wife. Ginger, lathe daughter of M1 : ROLLS
James and 'Katherine Story' of ..:r"
Midwest City Okla.
t,; He i*a 1979.;Norman.graduate of OklahomaUniversity I LLr'y fRAd BIRD.

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Starke recently participated in exercise .,r. ; e
i, "Solid Shield 83" and the 2nd
Marine Aircraft Wing's Aviation.Element /
': Exercise AVELEX). :: ,- '
'' He is a member of the 2nd Marine ,
Aircraft Wing, Marine Corps Air Station h / : .
Beaufort S.C,
Solid Shield is an annual Joint service _
training exercise designed to emphasize ,
command and control ofmilitary '
forces in a. simulated. combat, I '
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Conducted at Camp Lejeune N.C.

f Stewart Morehead Ga.:;City the,three-week= K.C. ,and exerciseinvolved Fort 4 :f TG&Y's Low Price 399Wyter's

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Branch..Freedom.,FrornSmokin Wall Paint- Reg. '12.26 96 ''
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; ; w : .. monuments evoke fond memories
. 11 ft
I w.\\ ,,} L I" :: -.. .___ Durban's: :
M-om. page 1 I
"This was one of the hardest b e'1'Yf ever done,"Durban laid as he looked, with the help of the deceased relatives and decides what will be best for the size '
t over the original drawings In his.small office. "Sometimes you get a little cart stone Involved f"
rled away with the drawing, inks fcasy to put too much detail In with pencil that That design U carved on a sheet of thin green rubber which Is then glued too
I 'you can't quite achieve In stone.The trick Is to make the relief work almost Impressionistic the face of the stone. Next Durban transfers the stones on a series of rollers Into:i'l'
; so that when you sea It'from a distance it looks more'detailed thanIt the sand-blasting room,which Is usually; piled high with the brownish materialhe
actually Is. Most of what we put on this drawing I was able to bring put In the buys from the DuPont Company. '' I
''stone, but i(was{ ,one\b81\atde1'\ vaes to get just right." After putting on a protective heed covering Durban enters the small room '
I Proetm Begins" In Georgia and starts up what looks like a moonshine still but Is really a. homemade air
Y Y The whole upright marker engraving process really begins In the stone quar- compressor that moans and groans as it cranks up :- .
'rles of North Georgia where workman blast huge sections of granite out of the Durban sets the stone upright, then uses a porcelain nozzle to blast 230 cubic ,
mountainsides with ait elaborate system utilizing diamond edged saws and, feet of sand per minute onto the face of the soon-to-be-completed monument'The
t black gun-powder.. It was In ate quarries like these Durban first had the In- stream of sand cuts the stone down precisely into the drawing on.the rubber' I
spiration to take on the buslnes himself; sheet. k I
"I was fascinated with the process'at the quarries,? Durban says. "VI guess "This la where you put your signature on your Work," he yells above the din. .
this profession just gets In your blood, ,after a while It gives you a real feeling of It may take a few hours to complete the rough cut,,then a smaller nozzle is
accomplishment when you: leaf n'the. skills it takes to good work." employed to finish the finer details.
The stone slabs are trucked down' to the shop in Lawtey where Durban and his "The detail work Is what shows on a quality piece of stone,''Durban says pro
I assistant unload the stone with\ unique, series of eJectrlcholBt8 originally udl)"'. "The care we use in this stage(Is what hope will set this monument apart
I' from the .'I. .'
designed by his father-in-law., ( -
I "You won't see anything like this Ih another shop t pen'*he chuckles."But Durban says he plans to be In the business a long time "As long as there is
if we didn't have it here we would be In bad shape." room in the cemeteries for my stones anyway. I mean we all know there will '!
I Granite CMnes In Different Grades come a day when the ground Is full That's already happening in some parts of. ".
Different grades of granite vary in price according to quality and,color.Pink the state right now" I
I ,and darker reddish shades are, highly,prized..and black granite brings the "1t"1I take a little longer around here. People around here still like to visit '
highest price.The black granite Durban uses Is Imported from quarries in their relatives at the gra vexites,to put In some fresh flowers or to make sure the.
Africa. The colored stones are;higher priced not becausee they are rare but Site Is well kept."
I because it much harder to J.1.l'd.re,'unblemished sections of the colored "It's, not religion so much or anything else.That's just the way things ought to;
I pieces.After the vtnnp*. nr*.nfHv' IW.,**.Ith,"*> Then nH. w *,,**,**_*fQr|, sometimes

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Adjustments DelayedThe '1

automatic Social Security 1 .'
benefit increase based on the cost of ,c HOME HEALTH CARE
living, previously effective each July. c U. -CiJHA I .
will be delayed six months to 1' West Call Street -'Starko Florida i
::: January 1984,because of a recent law << vyw ,
-r designed to strengthen the Social <<
Security system, said A. Glenn 1 RestaurantMandarin
Moore, Social Security district I 9644439SALES
manager in Gainesville. : & Szechuan Cuisine
The purpose of the delay Is to save 964-7681
the system money and help it regain : I
its financial strength, Moore said. 1900 N. Temple Ave., US 301 N (To-Rena Motel) I &' RENTALS I
Largely because of economic conditions I
In recent years, Social Securityhas CHINESE LUNCHEON .
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cial problem.The changes. In the law are designedto $'

meet the problem both in the near- P 2.75upliWl
term and into the years after 2000.
Other changes provide additional In- F
come to the system. The include:

crease The Social scheduled Security under previous tax rate law In- 1 0 % off on Sunday & July 4th.

for 1985 will go Into effect In 1984.The ,
new 1984 rate will be 7.0 percent each 1 1dhN
for employees and employers, up >> Monday'Friday & Sunday

from the previous rate of 6.7 percent.But >> OQ 11:002:30: -. 4:30: 9:30
employees will receive a tax '
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Two.MenIIWounded'1I1,: ", t'"r0* ep'htsil I.U\l9P l h: talr'F.light1oaDcJTI overlllgh tor. LeVy.CQuniy} ifficfaist 1 EliS'y'ury lnot tnitlso''I His last !sentence Was for 45 years DeatiiTRiquested?
In' Sh tI"d'h'ft'' Q 'l\1'Whr. :.ti.,I : .NWgsswH9! ,' .rrtdoAlachua! ,r;who picked, Iv rl\, t 7ey1:;?"p l'd.rf': t, guilty} ,.asI .for burglary, grand theft, possession Foi '
'Ti"oIiII' 'f1''M' :rl'' fI''ail l '/ i91cf.pwerll/ 'IreaeUr.afid"'Jelea'lledl .rI i I i AssisUngi,J hpthe&tresAwaiDeaty1; : ( ) ,. .. '.rl.... IJJ of cocaine, possession of more than 20 jygljljnirnatesA
A 'Keystone Heights man and a :. 'MuCullough>iI ..Paul., acoaz! !LI. j(0( rl>/, i ii ;grow'I I ,ttt,, n I, I >, I i/ 1"I I .. ( grams of marijuana, possession of, Union CoJlnly'JSry' voted 9-3 June
Starkei.. raan.iwer i shot inndi iwbunded' I "Wad baled' in swlouq condition-; i I' I'II"'ll' !I'>} drug paraphernalia and possession of 22 to recommend,the-.death sentencefor
late Monday evening ae they>travele&, II H MOOtf! 974,1Hr I ,''. .. n .' -I I' I I"I tit "ni' > !;\I i :,ES''Ilfllate'GUilfy a firearm In Leon County.. two Union Correctional Institution
In a vehicle on SR-1UO near Starker': I i i > ; *ni ".' '": ". > 1.l| >> .I/K, >:l/JH -1ltuari VliB'M( HHT> .ItOf:.IIav Weapons According to records at FSP, inmates whowere: : convicted last
Darrell 45G. ...MfcCulloughiii'!us; ">00' ."'W omant'Arrested'7"-, "',11' Brooker,Man''" fni.i' rIP! iv/'f '',> JI 1.'..."" "< .DeFriest has also received -sentence-,. week of stabbing'another Inmate to
Starke and,iRob6r ; ,, --V; #,!S t i fcbrwin: Wrrlcst I ,in the state of Alabama.'j t ,death
t KlrPewedhrj24f! '.iI \ : :1; 'H''I'I' > / If, I'' Ou'l1lgullty .it -I iyj'j j1;{; In July 198V, according to Assistant -
Keystone,':Heightsr'noel edJ Ihotg ll'!/',.. '14',, ''',1ilu, an JJ'S.1 a111,, .11.< :; I'. G-l.lltc'J'nW'l') : .:' 1 1I1,, "" .,,1'' ',JI', '. .,y4as. three counts of. i )! ( State Attorney Harris A. Tobm.
pellet wounds June 27 at possession of COlt al\\ln-a\ weapon In, / >* ) Circuit Judge John J Crews will
approximately A 39-year-old Fort White, woman A Jury found Doyle Eugene Tmett 1 ,
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li)3tn) ptmel4vheniarNunidenu. ""Gloriai'jeart'McKmriy/was';' ) arrested,, guilty-,driving white'intoxicated'In 1 Cod County\ ,.Circuit court; pronounce sentence soon, Tobin said,
titled,man fired several shotsat: 'tllenv i Bradford Court after Man r j, adding that during the 'sentencing
1m-'Levy"CotmtJ "tvairrtirrts'Monday County Jacksonville
: .Monday: : ; ; Routine search pecemberPwing' ;;: )
as their vehicle passed the truck. shortly ftei' nooh;; an she was leaving-'"'1 noon. : ") "> <."> "mof phase of the trial Wednesday, the
McCulloushn. ra>F'ahot>iini tile Tight. ',,1 the'Keystone State Bank. For Truett this Va.'the,second.. 30<,< a weapon, were car- Charged Grand The1A Jurors! heard evidence of the pair's
and ekDlosive'powder
tide.of the'face and neck!' and In triages .previous felony convictions.
one AccOl'dlng to Clay'Count'Sheriff's ensei.or OWl within'th past' three' found in shoes In DeFriest's cell.' Jacksonville man stopped for
arm. Powers was shot in one hand Investigator Mike aylor! MCKinnji'"Thad' years. The first offense occurred in driving while Intoxicated was found to Willie A. Brown, 33, and Larry F.
Assistant State Attorney John Jay
and area. Two other' of thePowers I Troy 32, killed Earl Owens, 22, in his
occupnrrts operiedan"ac ;ourtt aj",, the Hillaborough'County''' t" Gontarek proved to the jury the, ar- be driving a pickup truck stolen from
'vehicle;>Robtr Lee Byersf> +Keystone 'State-! Bank ''earlier\' this" Truett, :37, of Brooker was sentOne' flcles/ound belonged to DeFriest.'According Duval County early Tuesday, ,morn cell in the prison's main housing unit.
and his brother Ronald LIillyerg'Zei: ; 'month1; ,then"several days' ago',so- ed to 10 days In the county jail; I*be' 1 ,/to Public Defender ,RIck Brown is serving a 20-year prison
of Starke did not receive any injuries. meone attempted to deposit a $3, oo served on Sundays andthe loss,of his "Repjoale and the inmate he was not in ing.John Davenport. Jacksonvillewas term for armed robbery in Pinellas
All four subjects were In the Powersvehicle < Icheclt 1'llIt "' hSll'account' from'a'I driver's license for'five years.-Truett the cwl were the shoes were! found. stopped three miles south of County Troy is serving 25 years for
travelling south on SFV100 out'" 'business ihated' lri 5louthTlorida.This was' fined $539: ,''must attend DWI''I Defrlest, 'was!sentenced Judge Starke on US-301 driving a 1967 Ford murder in Dade County, plus 15 years
of Starke toward Keystone Heights.An check was. found to be stolen and' school and remain under the supervision ,George pierce to serve 10 additional by and charged with driving while intoxicated and six months for, aggravated
unidentified' whiter' -male 'In the "' "' assault while In prison.
the' 'account 'closed, 'Investigator. 'of the Salvation''Army' for one' years to the time now being served. no valid driver's license and

pickup truck..fhed several: shotl1ulJ.; ",.,.TYlQ: )'Stted. ..n< .. ,. J ...year. DeFriest, who is 23, was originally driving under the Influence of an
blastsAIL1fel; ri..wcd.WMti: '--It4bftariny betune to'tn8: blink htort1" I' Assistant State Attorney John Jay sentenced to four years for possessionof alcoholic beverage. Davenport'sblood ULLH,

Powers vehicle passed the pickup day to withdraw her money, but ap- Gontarek said Truett had "alot- f.DWl's a firearm and grand theft in alcohol content was .14 percent,
The Incident Is still under investigation -_ .parently became suspicious and at- >. in the past." Pinellas and Gilchrist Counties. according to Trooper Peseta.
at this time, according to,*-Bradford i I t'lOlpt {J"t '1eave the, bank prior totComttlJEiirig i Trooper W, D, Langs ton stopped He .received a three year to life Total bond for the charges was set
County Shejriff. 'stfi) IC'f: !( ... ihe-withdrawal transacttoh. Truett: on SR-100 April 17 of this year sentence in Bay county for burglaryof at taoo. ELCOM
spokesman. I Vi\ T; >1(9i, J 'i V '* at 11:20: p.m. and arrested him for a conveyance, assault use of a Davenport, also known as Thales
Both gunshot victipa-1; ver: treated < /f tShe.was.fwoked info Ih/Clay Coun- '",DWI. His blood alcohol content was firearm and escape, He was sentenced Stroman was released on his own
at the Bradford HospTtaVMcCiOIoilgrp::.". "' --Jail bond ''i.17 percent, according to the trooper recognizance and detained for pickup
under.6 $ ;,000 on LevyrCountytgland to two years in Jackson County. for, Some people lay it is unlucky
was; later transferred. to 'Alac iudt: ( ;theftcharges/ and Held itTruett said the trooper was lying but escape from Duval County. to enter a house or

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"The big differences between 'the' have been recorded. thIn over these kids. Of course, it.Is I I
juvenile justice system and the adult When a child is detained, a hearing not my role to design a system to deal I
justice system are the punishment must be held within 24 hours at which with them, but I have seen that it doe I
that is received and the length of time the HRS intake counselor explains not work to handle them through tin I
within which a trial must take plac," why the ci llld.lhould! be detained. The juvenile court. .
says Assistant State Attorney John child's attorney- then gives any "Most ungovernable truants are a:s
I Gontarek."A reasons he feels the.child should not they are due to family disfunction and
juvenile must be tried within 80 be detained. cannot be handled through the court
days but the state has 180 days to br- "It Is not supposed to be an adversarial unless the court has a family counseling -
ing an adult to trial. This time limit mring/' says Mrs. Powell program to handle the problem" (I
puts a heavier burden on the state "but it does turn into one at times." she says.
I but other than that each case is dif- If the hearing results In the child be- HRS has three basic programs:
ferent and is tried on the merit of the ing detained;"then an arraingment is which they recommend for juvenile Miss Out
case itself. The fact that a juvenile is held. The State's ,Attorney may offenders. The first community control Fhianc'rnggon .
involved does not really make a difference decide even then that the child shouldnot Is the least restrictive. The child
e in proving the case says Gon- be detained and refer him to some stays in his own community, in his 8.8 % financing Ends
tarek of the Bradford County stateattorney's alternative program, such as the own home and is supervised by HRS. FridayJuly i
office. Juvenile Alternative Services Program In the second program "a child Is
The greatest difference is in punish- (JASP). "' sent to a family group home where a from Ford Hangers::
I ment. An adult convicted of grand The State's Attorney 'may also couple with better than average I 1st
theft, especially repeated incidencesof order a predispositon report,a report abilities In raising adolescents give & Escorts
grand theft, would go to prison buta that deals with the social environ- them guidance on a short-term :
juvenile convicted of the same ment, economic background and basis," says, Mrs Powell.
crime might be sentenced to a certain school record of the child that Is
j length of time in community control useful In deciding whether or not he The third program Is a workcamptype
Under community control a should be arraigned.HRS program where the kids live in I All I I Cars
juvenile defendant might work in the makes a recommendation as tents and work in a place like the ---
community under the supervision of to what punishment the child should camp near Florida State Prison ,, -";
the Department of Health and receive. They might ,recommend where they plant pine trees,or one on Sale Priced "
I Rehabilitative Services (HRS), doing community' 'control, another,- non- the gulf where they,are taught survival :-" '
something like repair work for a confinement measure such as the skills and to get along with 84
church. He also might be sentenced to JASP program or,confinement in an others. This program is the most / Tempos "\ -
write an essay, make an apology or IIRS facility. restrictive HRS program for dealing FORDi 'I "
pay the victim for the damages. ,"No one is bound by the HRS with juvenile offenders.A 'I 83 TBirdsMinimum \
HRS works even more closely with recommendation. The State's Attorney child who is a repeat offender andis
juvenile offenders than does the State and the defense attorney argue of a certain age may be tried in I Trade Allowance
Attorney's Office due to the fact that the case and the judge makes the final adult court. There are now two 1
some juvenile offenders are not, for decision." says Mrs. Powell. 16-year-olds in the adult court systemin :
various reasons detained by the There are several different programs Bradford County. HRS recommended I II 1 $160000 'i:
police. These offenders are handled under which a child may be that they be handled as. ,
through various programs under the punished. "The punishment is madeto adults. I t (4) Turbo Thunderbirds I
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supervision of HRS counselors. fit the crime says Mrs. Powell,
"Children are referred to us in one "A 13-year-old shoplifter doesn't. needto "If a child has been to training \ -2OOO Trade Allowance /
of two ways," says Janet M. Powell be sent to reform school." school three times then we1 have 4x4
HRS youth counselor "Either a The judge takes the recommendations nothing else to offer. We don't like to \ f
criminal report is given to us by a law of the State's Attorney the make that recommendation but \. it
enforcement agency when they do not defense attorney and HRS and then possibly two children per year are /
wish to detain the child or HRS and makes his decision.: If the judge referred to the adult system." says /
the law enforcement agency jointly decides that,-confinement is Mrs. Powell <%'
decide that the child should be detain- necessary he does not ,order a In Bradford County the most: com-
ed for trial." specific institution'. Placement in an mon offenses committed by juveniles
The decision to detain a juvenile offender institution is left up to HRS. referred to this program are burglaryand
is made on the basis of several If some other form of punishment is petty theft. In Union County the /
factors.The type of crime has a great ordered such as community control most common offense Is criminal 1983
deal to do with the decision especially HRS supervises the child in carryingout mischief. ,r ',
whether or not the crime was a his sentence. "Overall we are down in referralsthis / \
violent one. Other factors include the "Most of the children do complete year" says Mrs. Powell' F-150 4x4
child's previous record and whetheror community control. Less than one in "because the at-risk population is ; ,
not he is under his parents' control.In 20 are taken back for a new community down (the number of kids of ages that
Bradford County In 1982, 32 de- control violation and about one in are dealt with by HRS Isti//fown.y, In $ i
tainments were recorded. Union 10 are taken back for a new law violation 1981 we had 187 referral*in'1982 we 9 9 9 5) 117" W.B. Explorer Trim Chrome Molding air,
County had two detainments makinga ," says Mrs. Powell. had 158. We have had 24 so far in 1983 \ tinted pals speed control knit seat, power
total of 34 detainments for the year. "The status offender and the and are' projecting somewhere =
However,some of these were cases in ungovernable truant doesn't belong around 120 for the year. ** \. t steering,brakes West coast mirror gauges.
which the same child was detained here," she says. But such children as "Don't ask me why these childrendo Retail 'M2.495 ,
the things they do. When I can tell ." ...
wind detained ,
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estimates that about 29 cL.idren were for contempt of court for disobeyIng you why, 1 will leave"this.Jobx And .,......"" ,'''' 'II'.. /' '
detained in 1982. a judge's order to attend school. make a fortune selling. !I.he// reason
detainments "The schools should have why" she says. oJ''
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