Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04321
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 7, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:04321
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t.. '*" .> July was ushered in with spotty thunderstorms which" drenched" ,some":" '''' '"' '.'"" ,9' ,...27,7:) .1w.I-II.... ,":" ,1; -SINCE 1879'rln ";," C'\\: .
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and left others comparatively dry'A: ,; .,
A realrog lranSIer" du some four inches of water' the nol \ ..e i N.ws:4j.. }1,. :'?o i, onI'I.
uieasi section of the county Friday;;: afternoon from on 't ,,I Chu" Newri,, ".:e.nnP[ Ns ,. ,.) "01 \ Oo1n//
t, intersection and over Lawtey, upsetting the SR-225 and SR-io" Idltartal.0)). . .. .'. ,P.g.t4Social !'I-' 1""" A nF f' .
some residents when the
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i. River'I tower on- SR-l00 west reported of S'arke 4.84 reported inches of 2.2 rain inches since In July the t.gals. ...... . ."I. ... .. P..J. \1t1" f\ ...........
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same period, and Starke Radio WPXE reported 1.31 inches. '" >Ir 'oJ 1.r
;, County average for the Month of June was.55\ Inches, over one Inch SECTION "< ;$ ( .
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BJnd Issue Authorized

H'FE'> Expansion of Hospital

A'' resolution authoriting'a'$?.! million bond Responsibility to repay the debt will rest with The authorizing resolution is an initial step In
issue' to finance the expansion!' of Bradford Santa Fe Health Care Systems, Inc., head. selling the bonds. Terms of the issue remain to be
Hospital, Inc. was approved June 30 by the quartered In Gainesville and which operates worked out. '
Hospital Facilities Authority; a board appointed Bradford Hospital. SFHCS representatives have, footage of the hospital will be almostdoled
by the Bradford County Commission 'to authorize explained they expect to get Bradford Hospital in- with the expansion. The certificate of
the Iss e. \ r't to a financial condition so it can meet the bond need calls for 32ooo new square feet of space.
The HFA board J also'approvedjfrom a list of payments.The All patients will be located in the second floor of
three firms, as legal counsel for :the bond issue Bradford County Commission is not liable the new facility to be built Just south of the pre-
Livermore, Klein" Loll,of Jacksonville on the for repayment for any of the bonds. sent hospital. There will be a 4-bed special care
O'Steen.Explains Hospital Expansion Plans. recommendation of Administrator C.E. (Rip) The hospital is currently seeking a six-month facility and 50 semi-private and private rooms.
.. O'Steen. Attorney Richard Klein explained the extension of its certificate of need from the state The first floor of the new facility will house the
'Plans tor 'doubling the."size of Bradford Hospital are explained to the purpose of the massive documents to the HFA Department of Health and Rehabilitative Ser. emergency X-ray, laboratory, operating
Health Facilities Authority by Administrator C.K. Kip) O'Steen as Richard ,board. > vices. To secure the extension the hospital must respiratory: physical therapy EKG, Ultra-sound,
Klein, left, attorney for the bond counsel, and Ed Peddle president of Santa. Santa t. have property secured, the financing secured, and ana recovery sections.
e HealUi Care Systems* Inc.look on. Peddie.Pfetliden'"ol : Fe Health Care must submit the plans to HRS. The present hospital will be renovated to house
The UFA board approved the Authorising resolution for the n.% million Systems, was also present to. explain the bond The plans are currently incomplete, but work is the support systems of the new hospital, such as
bond Issue lo expand the hospital.New. l 'issue and vU.' answer'.queutlonjJi' from board currently progressing. says. Adminstrator administration, business, kitchen, .housekeeping, \

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up a general practice this week making arrangements /'I.i :
together in Starke with a target date. to 'move here. Bradford' !>.

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The twei new.doctors are'graduates Hi WWX 1i M1t
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Wi : >'1'1 pIWf""d; F ,.t l. ,. .Ajwi;..;..t Aifehovm *w*." )&*,,
graduate work, or Internship;attend "f" wa Up swMMMrni an-......ljIn +AIgO'' 'r
" ed Brown .University in Providence, lake to onlay the waler-a1k fi qY
Rhode Island To the right-Riding a parachut "I. r't
'f.} pulled by a boat waS till moo* ta.'iY 4 t"x, ? r ,
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., Clenkl attended one of ey. !It. b V ;
year college, 'b'l
then went directly to medical school. !i ,.the air, but,the rid. was worth aunt II.', ; o l

accounting for his MD degree at sucha ,
Bvlow-Jutt getting out on the
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lake, no matter what th. nwonr 'y ;
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N.Y., a small town of about 5,000.. right-Many ; t ,
Gianas 'attended Johns \ ''adult, hod good chance to learn i{, '; /
Hopkins how to*kl.Thl* young lady Mary ., ''t. ,$ ,;
University' and
George Robert
Medical School. His Hodges finally got up and .toy'd y"y; '
internship, or for. a lull ride around tie lak.. This "' t\\ <( : '

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almost !tun up to sun down with ;4* r '
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'k'':bk.f i,; /4 '- shortage of physicians as does Brad-
;.'j. : ,ford County, which has been declared j '
a manpower shortage area.
Dr, Peter Gianasyear1
Administrator. O'Steen told. -
,of'residency, was':at Jackson Health the ..
Facilities 'Authority that hay
of'Memorial Hospital -at the.. University- : ,ing physicians In the emergency room !

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#" :(;J'i.; Heath but of the Santa Fe
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received loans, tors school The. four physicians- currently on I M l'.Y.w wfFhia1'
from JIOS and are obligated to serve staff at the hospital are Dr. Carlos I JJ
where there' is a, doctor shortage. Hernandez, Dr: Klert, Sundusadee =
Gianas. owes the, system four' 'years 'Dr.'Abraham Canfux..and Dr. Sarnt.
and Cienki, two years. Sarntlnoranont.
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{ :PuiWic' I Hearing: ,on:, : Gas I J&x{ ;Set, :For: .Tuesday Night by Commissioners il

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!4 t "A final public hearing on the county'commission levy- Mosley; hart'said,'clearly frustrated by the necessity torrais monthly meeting. Budget requests are expected to be' which the'Road Department Is now supplemented. That
t ing a 2-cents or 4-centspe r gallon tail on motor fuels.is the gas tax> !over a million dollars more than anticipated Income, but would leave $188,000 of new dollars in the road fund
sot fort p.nu Tuesday, July.12, In the.courthouse. '. Originally set for June 27; the hearing? was postponed ,.Clerk.Glb Brown figures the shortfall can be trimmed which could be used to maintain the paved secondary
;' '.Com ssionera will listen to whatever Is said at the- to July 12 after, attornies for the Association of County back to the 1243,000 level: r roads which have been turned back to the county by the
hearing1; then voU immediately following the hearing.'' Commissioners researched the law and issued an opi-'' Brown-has- also told the board he III Including in the' state, and hopefully.Clerk Brown says. have some funds
(t Four, of the commissioners'; Maxie-- Carter,-Jr.. Chair. nlon that the July 1 deadline, which UwBradford County expenditures every request and leaving. it to left over to pave new roads.
man Lawrence Mosley FL. (Nook Norman, and E.W\ Commission was trying to meet, douhot BMriy. The Ju- ..proposedmi onerS to do the cutting. .' Opposition to the proposed gas tax tame at.the first
Hodges have indicated they favor levying a 4-cent per'' ..11'J2' public hearing is' the day after the regular'.July'' A <4< cents-per-gallon fuel tax would r.laesume'544.000In public hearing on the issue May 18, gas dealers
gallon tax to stave off a looming budget shortfall county commission meeting and after their first budget Bradford County, .according to the latest ..state and trucking company operators, the large users of
i Nothing has changed that stance since last week Chair" work session set for a p.m.; July \1.\\; '7 -.'\ ? ..rr "-W estimates.. If such a gas tax had been in effect tt would motor fuels who,said such._tax could put them out of.
'. man Lawrence.Moeley\ saidWoodnecday, July &. $igi ,Chairman Mosley says the commission should be able, have raised 1108,340. in the first quarter of Jan. Feb.,,. ,business.
i fuel consumers continue to oppose the tax, Mosley says. to get a better estimate the budget shortfall at the 'snd March,'according to Zoning Director L.M. Gaines. '"If you raise taxes.do somewhere else?!' 'said
'if. CommlsBlttner( Homer Hart said at the June<,meetings. first budget work shop Monday night,listen to the people A division according to population has tentatively' Jerome Johns, president of Gator Frelghtways. ,
he opposes the gas ta*. .'" at the public hearing Tuesday night! t1; then be In a better "been agreed upon between the county and the city CMnmlssioners note those present May 18 don't reprei,
Commissioners continue to say they; dislike to pay the, to make a decision. : ww'' ; '" : governments whiCh will. share in the revenue raised by sent all the people of Bradford County and point out the
( teX but see little choice I but to raise the money,to'wttJhe IL will take a 4-1 vote elf 11eSretIalfatliiin: ). to'inipose a''I'' "a trdruuoTftiiion tax.VHMtcnfaa ,:-: ; : bit trucks are hardest of all on the county's roads,
county government. A**$,001. U-fcet short 'lcents-per-galton'fuel t&t era 3-2't ots Jo.ll|mpose .' \ would receive soma! $181,000 of the 544,000;
ioomsj.after eVpen nlgveiat.Tt board.has in placeaMfacy_ I (freeze,and a hir' ,i'+ : Hart's opposition ineaha 'It will iUi ati Jour"- I the tiles 'current' County Transportation Fund tnchidesl1101,135W trucking interests, nobody" wanted more taxes
{ 'other county commissioner$ to levy a 4.eeWJ.pe..alJon. propertpfax funds,* ,82lln federal revenue' Businessmen present'such as Jack.. Hazen, James
tSSSSSSSSSf, | Vnt out 301 tourists Will pay half lih.tax gas tax. funds, plus several other smaller funds that i Davis and Johns,urged the commissioners to cut backon
and the gas tax beats, I iDcreasing Pl'CWrtI taxes. The commission ,faces '. 'Blooming- $aUOIIO 'budgetshortfall i;could diverted back to.the"General Fund. to. shore up services and employees instead of raising new taxes;
"I sure do hate to vote to raise the gasdHhe tax, but I I as they prepare t..July work on! the 1 the expected Shortfall + County voters twice have turned down a one-cent per
.lust don't see. better alternative," Chairman Lawrence budget at 8 p.m. the night of ,II, after their regular 'The i'*9ooo,could. be used to.replace the some'175 JKK/ ) [(gallon gasoline, Ux,I both' times" by 3-1 margins.

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Graham Vetoes Budget .j'I
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.> There will be no state payment' to much money the local'school districtwill able to I give teachers a 5'/i percent "But find the Job Is not to better yet complete.reward our We
the Bradford school system In July receive for the upcoming 83-84 raise, set higher standards for education must and a way competent teachers and
and employees on summer duty will term. Plus, bargaining with the and provide for the continuationof 'educated eliminate those instructorswho
have to be paid from Internal school teacher-unit la about to get down to other state,functions at an average :'a are This Is
funds, due to the current vetoed the brass tacks, although the salaries Increase of 4Mt percent greater than not qualified that a
,' ,. '.' ,,/: r 't . I education budget. will probably be one of the last items last year's expenditures*," Sen. Grant tremendous work challenge on, ImmediateyClasroom we must.
\" .' : 0" The school board told June 30 In discussed and ,explained."I begin
: was the current bargaining Is
: ,; teacher input vtta.ilnd I
"'J ".' a special session to clone out the 62-83 session must deal with the entire contract am pleased with the advances we'' them again
be on concern-
budget year and that It ended the 82-83 itembyitem."There made In education this session. There will calling
\ \ ,. fiscal year in the black, but that no has been nothing in my mailto' was a real commitment evident In ing this issue" as I did then' 'with, ,the
\ :\":< -, new funds will be coming in July, as indicate what the district will both the Senate and the House from RAISE bill. call for; mid-.
.I "fI usual. receive the beginning. I received more letters On Gov. Graham's a
'. Supt. Casey said Tuesday. for .
session more education
\ \ Supt. Tom Casey has received no Information Despite the school holiday'' week, and phone calls concerning educationthan July special Grant
\ about the 1083-84 'no-new- ''Supt. Casey is going to the office each all the other Issues combined. funding, the Sen.tax base says to :provide
\ :' taxes school budget-passed by the morning to see U any )word arrives in "We passed legislation to set higher "We have to' fund the additional
fI Florida Legislature 'and vetoed by'Gov. the mail.Casey. performance standards and higher the revenue and
Bob Graham. All school said the Legislature Increased graduation requirements. We set up needed improvements salary
without raising taxes
superintendents are scheduled to be the FT&, unit, which schools an inservice institute for teacher enhancements )
,' In Orlando today (Thursday July 7) receive state Rinds, $7.50 which will' training and a principal training as the Governor management has proposed of The
to hear about the new laws affecting' raise $37,000, but the cost-of-livlng Center. We have set the- stage for key Is proper our
education that were passed bythe, dex for Bradford County is less and some real Improvements in our public funds. It is easy to hard spend someoneelse's Is
1983 Legislature. will net the district $39.000 tess..so, schools. That is the way it should be money.'The" part being
A The.Legislature itself faces a third 'those two items are almost a washout, done. accountable for it. ,
special session expected to be called
for the week beginning July 11 by Hard to Get HandleOn \ ....

Gov.guns Graham'In trying who for Is more sticking money to his for State Spending: Grant Lawtey Students ,Initiated to Beta Club'>> ;l

education, Sen. Bill, Grant "The biggest job facing Florida In ,
D-Madlson, says the money is this decade Is getting a handle on Thirty-eight Lawtey elementary!: Claudine Greenly LaShaun Audra Hampton,'
available, that no new taxes are need state government spending," said students were initiated into the Junior Barbara Harris, i Holder,
ed. Sen. Bill Grant DMadisonwhose National Beta Club in a special Trey Howard Stephanie King Union
lawmaker ullmvited $24O million large district Includes Bradford County 'ceremony on March 15. '. King, Kim Lee,Russell Miscally,Lisa
Making Progress at the Sewage Plant... more in state funds for education, up In a June 29 news release followingthe Members of the club, listedalphabetically Mitchell and Kelly Mixson/ Loraile ,Norman

Work on the 1521.000 project to Improve the efficiency of the Starkesewerage to $4.33 billion, but still $201 million second special session. are: Tammy adgett., i*
treatment short of Gov. Graham's recommendation. "We passed a budget with no additional
Ethrldge. the construction plant foreman Is 65 percent for J.W.completed Meadors, according Inc. to'Euart Total education funding Is up taxes. We did not need any new Kimberly Austin, Micki Becker, $360 million in the budget passed by taxes. Because of growth, new construction Bonnie Benson.Michael Blalock, Kim Poore, Melissa Price, Christina Redding
the Legislature and vetoed by Gov. and an Improving Brewer Shawna Brown LaShaun David Shine, Jill Strickland,
Graham economy, revenues were up In Butler, Michelle Clark James* Cox Tammy' Jo Tatum, Shelia Tew,
At this point, however, Supt. Casey Florida from $10.2 billion to $11.4 Kimberly Crawford, Susan Crawfordand Denise Waddell, Dee Dee Waters
has less an idea than usual about how billion. With that,increase' were Donna Fralick. .. Allen Wood and Eric Verunac.

$521,000 Sewage) Project ,..- '

a,9a 3 BIG DAYS! '

EAGLE Thursday,' Friday

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Over I
Half-Way, CompleteWork J.,

on the $521.000 project to improve Joint grant from the federal En- V,4&J
the efficiency of the Starke vironmental Protection Agency and
sewerage treatment plant is 65 per- the city. The federal government is
cent completed according to Euart ,financing 75 percent of the projectand
Ethridge the construction foremanfor the city the remaining 25 percent.
J.W. Meadors, Inc. "00,01,

The project actually had its beginn- s
"The initial part of the contract ings in 1975 when sanitation engineerDon 17'
should be done by the last part of Ruckman, of the firm Bessent, 2.94 '(
September," said Ethridge "The unit Hammock and Ruckman from f
should be done by July, but the equip- Jacksonville, started writing project MEN'S PRINT T-SHl/rrt/ .
Nov ly Imprint on solid
ment manufacturer won't have the REBATE!
proposals to secure federal funds to 10O*oollon
equipment ready for us until the mid- improve the Starke sewer system. b.dWowd.S. ,. w -
dle of September and then It will take Discount6800 Prim Boys''Print TShlrt,1WERE
about two weeks to get it put in. The 82.88 1.97..1.47
stand-by aerator generator will be Over the past eight years, about $1 MTs! HTHMCMIMt
operational by the latter part of million has been spent with the Environmental A- late
July." Protection Agency CoO0APMWrnsb.to49.88
(EPA) participating; In the,project.

The',' plant's efficiency, will be .in-, fYn; t.,,, CI oE rn
creased ,bywchaegipgt\ tb"Jf bact rU"J J..'L t.e'A bttc"' fII'Ioo.1'''' K'! { r n'lase -f fit) u ma rn ly
which/ digest solids,frt *.anaerobic Tjfs. effluent.onto refit IMgoMamtoiltllt..d"cud\ $clt to pump'I.'hfo..Ampt .!..;.<& -y I s f 9't't' IT :1 Ttd 9Iq'ri'
aerobic bacteria Anaerobe teactei la'" "1urstiJ'ltir II kyrtrt7 no A V sit
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produce their own oxygen, but digestthe now. When the Reagan administration -
solids slowly. Aerobic bacteria
came into office, the EPA changed
must have an outside source of air, its
requirement have the city
but digest solids much more quickly, pump its effluent onto the ground, and
which will speed up the treatment of
engineers redesigned the expansionof
sewerage.The the plant to Increase its efficiency I
which meet standards to continue to ( f'l I

project will also improve release the effluent into Alligator 88 i
clarification, which is the plant's Creek. The decision to pump the ef- =-49'88' 66' 1863 ;
ability to separate solids from liquids. fluent on the ground was based on Prim 89. .a8 \I4Y, WAS'1.29 Wt1 E ese '
The project is being financed with a EPA data that has been questioned. 88 L"NTH CHLORINE MD40W Matron OIL .-....ED M" BOX PAN 4 ROLLS BATH TISSUE MEN'S WALK SHORTS'. MEN'S IIWS JEANS I'
BH orMiuKr erUorin formula rVmrfum non-d.Urg toll HMmpM Iron)! and bock lately DoHutoly am ed. soft to*. PoryMWKMtor ov nlhort* Zlppw md frHranl mod**.
,,_paW..Mtrwyl. __. ngln.lift. Quart. polls and awing bted. turod.350..pry.n. l relli, wHntMiikwpc SUM w-44. wim natural,. < .as-aft.

I Church News .

Bradford Ministerial majority resulting from oUr Inability
to handle our emotions.
Rev. Warren Langer will be leadinga
Meet July 14 special 10-hour class on how faith

The! Bradford Ministerial Alliancewill can help us face these often crippling

meet Thursday, July 14, at noon emotions. The classes will be Sunday, .
at the Western Steer. July 10 through Thursday July 14 /
This is a special meeting about the from 7.9 p.m. at First United !
Hospice Hospital Program now implementing.that Bradford If any, adults Methodist will Church.bring together This class the latest for 5771' our 6 ;: : 9.11. {

further questions please call 9646864. understandings of science and faith In 1 DPR CENT 596' 3' P 383'' "P'' 496' 2 ; ij
Congratulations to the new officers. helping each, person' to find 7.94 7.60 5.97 j', PAlce T i WE'RE 3096
The new president is Rev. Warren wholeness. a Loa DRY ACID 111"BARBECUE QRIU. "xWHOSI t WASTE/TRASH CANS, .AUTO CLEANERS LADIES'TOPS _"LADIES SHORTS ii'.J
of First United For more information Call! 9646864.A E d.vw.a PH'' IS"diameter grU win..IOMt..vydu1y Wry,ho.o., a gall Crean oan /_ 'L'>."y.'Ioo'IOII|imi '\ ...... -.
Langer Methodist, pastor Church, and the new nursery will be provided; there is in ow w pool., Wood I.ga. Pb.IbN:yghtwegM, Cf 44 01, Mrino-top baskd, >.* Mrlooa..vwkxowckhno.:" .; =. 2n.gtvbritohwUrrtSrilrwor _" ....-

secretary-treasurer is Father Finlay no charge
from St. Edward's Catholic Church.

Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. Church

Youth to Celebrate ,..

The Youth Department of Mt. .
Pisgah A.M.E. Church will be

celebrating their Youth Day Program .
this Sunday evening at 4 p.m.
Speaker. for the hour will be '- '

Minister Aaron Young. associate .' -Your Choic TOWEL ENSEMBt E '
minister of William .,
Temple of
God in Christ, Gainesville. Guest :, .' loft J1.93. i 82>, 77 -144.7, /1AN"f i<.-.,. '.2.97
choir will be I ID1 .
Bradford Mass Choir. Ov M
>HAj 2.77.rIg.2.47
The public is Invited to attend. "" ,4" 4k WAS 14 J8 WAS 6.67 f :47" ."** 'WERBSaMEN'S "
DWIngmeek..norkeiorWAa1sTr.' e T ;'
Mr.* MrT. Davfd Hodges o4or Ira k3sat.a.IOwtpea/.we ife.vyduty.5017-a,Jf.. .SorhcolofvWylwllhMinmulU bum-in ala7r'. Solid d.oonaor.o/Orf.. Ortoo" oryo'.o" c '
Faith & Emotions ClassAt -> bblng. Mavy Qauff vinyl. pubs. swim HIM. S.M.L. COW.t Ore"re one*!!. (

Methodist ChurchAn I

inescapable segment of us Is our QUESTION: '.
emotions Fear, anxiety, loneliness, "If them was tf lire at my
guilt, etc. have become major con- home and -It ,was' 'nates-

tributors to millions and mental sary for us to,, move out
I disorders to
/:- of Americans. while
repair were* being
One'In 12 Americans
will spend at '
least part of their life in a facility made, ((3 this cost covered
treating mental disorders; the vast tinder my' Hpmeownery
Policy' ?"
Save Up To481),1I )
.ANSWER: I sew a5%.Haw 4 8riauKk a... 1O IUnkmSIMnpoolloi.
COUNTY TELEGRAPH Slrongm TablM, too CL +
Publish "Yes. We coyer any necessary WAS t U ltf 2.** WAS1/SU....,
every Thursdayat increase In living .- UMMnoOMMIO. aavo4M/RW4 2Jlfi93'58f'4!
13S W. Call Street MM* OOUCKO a Id 1 T
9t Qf. ,
expenses Incurred by you Twin p *.WBBS 1. 0AMI WAS 37 .,,..1>j''Zer.: .. TO ..ftCHMSUNOLASSBSi PK03..1MMEN'S 4
Starke. "OI'lcla' 33091 household' Goes ast Fluoride ,t1AOI.* SANDALS LADI'1MEDtt18 MEN' 5 ,
your' Sava Soby ,
so thai 13t Jolm.arti ym
n ,a 0.4 ... F-Ar 'O., 100L Montt womeWs.pt...,war. D"OfOaMOiMUtylatpook Lostterloek lint M M 1yppsr ? f farm
Second Class postage 'paid at Carl maintain .Its normal .N, t', ... 1. 'WAS a aft. :.- .a + "0e ..r,raw-,% Palo, batteries. Two back 004W. Sir"T.a. 'esdsm, dg4 i 10 '; n ppw.shoeor.a4.. y S
Storks, Florida standard of Jiving. I

In-trade Subscription area; $10.00 Rates per year HODGESInsurance When it comes to JEJI7C0 wedon't around \:,,,

$5.50 six! months

,Agency' ,. .1 I.1
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'I.,J"U. 1 in 'ySt A special permit allowing placement torn It was not eligible lor that
.". of a mobile home on a 100 by cltssification; which was intended for
/ r 200foolot in commercially'zonedlot areas with mix of
r a already developed a
...,. t ;M was granted Thursday night June mobile and conventional homes.
Ii..)" .. '" 30, to Dr.Samy F. Blshai, who is con- Dawson's representative; Dave
"f structing a new bowling alleyloungejust. Dodge, told the board that,at present,
'..:. r aouth of the To-Kena Motel on the owner Is interested only in placingone
US-301 north of Slarke. mobile home on the property for
'L"'I" 'r { ," .. The special permit, annually personal use. Speaking in favor of the
Wit,. r renewable, was approved on a 4-3 application, Drivas said Starke needs
'" 5 ,vote by the.members of the Starke more areass classified for mobile
'fi; 1 Planning and Zoning Commission, homes and he thought the change
1 ; divided over a spot zoning issue. As would be a good thing.
d f r !4 rt! an alternative to rezoning, the board
+? frTwa r : came up with the special permit for Exception Granted .

security purposes. For Home Sales OfficeIn
; t'v : The mobile home will be used as living
q ii iiii quarters "for security reasons" a brief meeting of the Starke
and to house a maintenance- Board of Adjustment,held prior to the
technician who would have charge of zoning meeting Mrs. Sandra
the. bowling ,alley's computerized O'Briant-Johnson was granted a
... Bishai said' this for home
scoring equipment. special exception occupation -
'yy 4 j r sophisticated equipment will be the to establish an office in her homeon

1 4 z t 'f first to be used in this area, and will Pratt St.
piMs r put the Starke alley ahead of others in Mrs. O'Briant-Johnson Is a sales

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8 7 puters will be an Important factor in airplanes with 12 HP and 30 HP
instant-scoring during tournaments. motors.
Bishai advertised for a hearing on As a result of several members expressing
rezoning space for the mobile home to the need for clarification of
R-1D (mobile home mix), but Zoning some provisions of the new zoning
Director L.M. Gaines advised the classification, R-ID, an informal
Planning and Zoning Commission this work session was held on the ordinance
would be spot zoning and recommended following the zoning meeting.
U'' y ''q ( a Special Permit be granted for Hobbs said that a work session had
1 4 .t placement ot the mobile home in a been announced at the last zoning
space between the bowling alley and meeting but was never called.
the railroad. "We need to state, as a board that
Over strong opposition from three we will not use R-ID again until we
board members, Spires Drivas moved have a meeting to discuss It," Hobbs
I Brooker Straight ',.' Students.... 1 to grant the special permit with a stated.
i! These first,.second and third graders from Brookcr made ,4r'{ provision for annual review. The vote It was agreed at the work session
Elementary;; all Second row< ,
Jason Corbine. | r): .St phen, McCleod: Eric Mu on, Mitchel was 4-3 with Drivas, Chairman Walt that R-ID should not be used
: straight 'A-s on their report cards for the sixth six week grading period. From G.lney'.nd Larrissa Scott. Third row(I to r>i Chris Snow Larry. Parribh and Westcott, and Julius Royal voting for zoning lots to accommodate mole
t left to right. on the.front row: Mandy Garrard,Amy crew.:August Jenkins,and Shawn Baes; '. -V the exception. Voting against were homes, and should be used only as
I Clair Capps, Mary Peterson, and stated by the ordinance, "...strictly
I Johnny Hobbs. limited to existing developed areas
I i The application of Michele Dawsonfor which are already characterized by a
Newly Formed Starke'Repertory';, : Chorale to Perform, July. 14 rezoning approximately 10 acres mixture of housing types or to areas
of property, including the borrow pit dominated by substandard housing In
A 1' recently formed group of die School, who recently formed.the then'work on the song to round off the Tenors: Denny George and David off the west side of US-301 near the city 'which mobile homes would improve
musically talented adult, the Starke 13-member singing group. rough edges and turn the song Into' Shoemaker. limits from Agricultural to B-M1 housing quality of the area."
Repertory Chorale, will perform at 8 "...the finest.singing group to sing ,their own special sound. .'areh; ;,i' Bases: Pat Crawford; Bill George, (mobile home subdivision)' was A new R-ID area Is now being con
I. p.m. next Thursday-July, in the in our town," Hardy says. It has beena j Members of the chorale I> Bill McRae and Bob Milner. unanimously'' approved. The appli- sidered between the north end of
chorus room at Bradford High School. dream Director Hardy to direct Sopranost Esther Hardy, 'Merrie Accompanist is Charlene Francis. cant, through her representative, Church: Street and the west side of
,\ The public ts invited i says Director' such group of musically talented Shoemaker, Debbie Woodfin 4. "It is a choral director's dream to Dave Dodge, had applied last month'for Oak' Street, including a portion' of
;. Don Hardy, the 'choral director at. and experienced adults who can go Altos:' Marian Douglas .Carol.: .conduct a group of 'pr ven' musicians R-1D zoning on the tract, but was Knight's Quarters.
t Bradford High and the Bradford.Mid-. through a song to get the notes,down, Milner,Cana Schmidt. ," says Hardy. _. -- -

It Qualjfying Opens.July :12 for City Election.

j Qualifying for the upcoming Starke Unanimously approved Drew Reddish
I election begins Tuesday,July 12,with as a member of the bond :
'! no candidates in. Bight though It',pretty trustees. The 3-member bond trustee '
; early yet. board is now full with Mrs.Jean Chit-
Five city officials:are up for re' ty and Warren Winkler on it.glvlePPahi .
{election} the, '.econd -':J'Ue' I jf'*''""*' JrtilT* tf""' mf'' '*"' I'N! .
I /septe ber (Sept. 13). They dayC I[ f \ .' I 1. f 4 : : ..
'pM yor Verhon Si\cox(;t 1 ar S't1
+ Tils Izth year in" the Group 4 city.com-. permitting demolition of substandard,
mission poet.Commissioner. housing by Zoning Director L.M.
t', Charles'..Schaefer,, Gaines,'who said it would work better
completing his 10th year in the Group i than amending the current ordinance x
2 post. .regulating nuisances.. Gaines recom- p
City Clerk Nell Tucker, completinghis mended the council revise and adopt
first term. Tucker served on the the demolition ordinance.
city council for, eight years, startingin e-
1966. ,
Police Chief Jimmy Bowen, completing
his 10th year and who, before FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD t
that, was on the city council.In 8w716 W. t. WtkJon 964.S971. '' '" '

other action the'Council: ""' Pastor George Watson arid '. \
The Congregation Invite You to
Gave final approval to an ordinance Come and Worship With Us Low Price II

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'Kerosene '
etUTOKlALSDeadline .Shortage Caused Suffering .

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In of 1944"
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Fuel shortages afro nothing new.' .'; '.

...,,.... ,Almost 40 yean ago, In ;}January IM4, .
Gas Tax c Decision headline In :The :Tflegrafh' announced: .

"Kerosene Shortage Cause Suffering." It ..{.t was in the day of World War II, and the .,.\4. .
of of the commissioners that the sad story followed: .. ,
A matter concern to almost every ty county ?. '
household in Bradford County will be up best solution to the revenue shortage 'on.W.Bradford.- conditions County this laid week an(as Icy well finger as: i.. r.

for public hearing before the County would be the levying of the gasoline tax the rest of Florida), bringing actual priva- I r
Commission at 8 p.m. Tuesday July 12. of which a substantial part would be tion and suffering to the people for the first
paid by non-residents of the county time i as kerosene stocks here and I
The Commissioners confrontedwith
are travelling our highways. throughout the state were entirely *xhauited -
a difficult decision, but one that t .
must be resolved by July 15.,On the one The new county gas tax must be spent "Th fuel shortage asMumed serious

hand, the board is entering upon its by the county for transportation purposes proportions here Monday as all deafen k-oli
wholesale out of
and retail alike,were
budget-making process with a shortfallof including road maintenance, new and had no idea; when they would get new
funds to provide needed services to paving; and road equipment. With 200 supplies.

the people of the county during fiscal miles secondary road now turned 'A 'relief came Wednesday. after
1983-84. On the other hand, if budgetary back by the state to the county for :noon when. Freeman Register (grand
maintenance it is estimated that father of the present Gulf OU distributor)
needs are to be met, the board faces the received truck of
necessity of levying an additional tax on $200,000 of the estimated $544,000 to be 3.800; gallons one transport from Tampa. Mr.shipment Register

gasoline sold in this county. It has the received would be. needed for spread this out as far as it would go.' to
option of levying the full four-centtax maintenance/;with the remainder used retailers, In all parts of the county where

allowed, requiring a 4-1 vote; 'or a two for new paving and equipment.New the lIttle users', people carrying'small '
cans and bottles could f' '
get a meager supp-
cent levy, requiring a 3-2 vote. taxes of, any description for ly. No large, individually-owned drums'

When the 1983 Legislature placed a whatever' purpose are never popular, were filled.from this shipment" ,Register,

five percent sales tax on gasoline, it and at the first hearing on the proposed aid."Continued cold here early thl* week

gave the counties the option of levyingup gas tax held last May there was strong made the situation serious In a number of i

to a 4 cent per gallon tax on gas to opposition from a hearing room full of outlying districts, where many small '. -
help relieve the money crunch being felt gasoline dealers and suppliers. Only one homes were totally without kerosene, their i. 'I i

by many counties. If the full four centsis person appeared to express support of only means of cooking, heating and r

levied it 'will raise an estimated the tax, saying he would be happy to pay homes lighting.where Suffering there were reached small its children.peak in

in Bradford bulk of it in hopes of having road to ride .' I
$544,000 County. The a paved. "In several cases, Mr. Register said, -'w-- :' M
this amount, around $363,000, would go on some day. women with small children were seen out
for county An estimated of doors, huddled near a flickering blue, ;
purposes. Also on the negative side is the fact
would to the of Starke protected by a few old bricks. They attempted i "
$136,000 City .
go ; that a proposed one cent gas. tax was to cook for a large family while .
while Lawtey Hampton, and Brooker, soundly defeated by Bradford voters in older children searched nearby woods for I

would divide the remaining $45,000. referendums held in 1980 and 1982. pine knots to keep the fire going." I ,

Without the proposed gas tax, Brad- Therefore it is unlikely that the cour- In other instances, generous neighbors, I
,their of kerosene reduced to
own supply a ,. '
ford County faces at least a $250,000' thouse will be stormed next Tuesday meager measure, shared it with the aged, ", I'
shortfall in its which is night by citizens out for the III .
new budget ex- crying new the and with families having recently- There was s kerosene shortage the general store and "filling I
pected to total around $3Mz million. Last four-cent tax or even the alternate two- born babies., It was a familiar sight this station"during the cold winter of M44, ,sad many Bradford. Countlan. bad ". s '
year the budget was finally balanced by cent tax. That is just not human nature week house trailers to see friends scurrying with between Coke I nothing to bur.for cooking, heating,or Ughtl .. .1 4, :
or tiny cottages a
making use of $200,000 in carryover even though the need for the new tax is bottle of the precious fluid they bad borrowed I
funds largely derived from interest paidon readily apparent. It is far more likely from a friend or neighbor. '
that crowd will several weeks and will remain tight for thedur.Uon cityjimits: and charge the Owners .t i lnv\
its "nest egg, which has now a appear at the next The Gulf Oil Service Station experienced'a .
of the war, according to a state- pounding fee and 25' a day for feed. 'This
vanished. Therefore no regular commission meeting complaining "run' Wednesday afternoon when news .
carryover ment the administration
spread like wildfire that they had receiveda by petroleum. for was to be a temporary solution until a cat-f!
funds will be available to bail out the about the bad condition of
county war.
could be built the !
: aupply of zoo gallons. "It was gone in 30 Uegap across Camp
budget in the coming fiscal year. roads and seeking more mileage.for'new minutes,"H.C.Brown,manager of the station Stray Cows Unwelcome 'Blanding highway.with labor provided by1

Next year's recommended rollback pavement.If said"and a long line formed and the State Road Department materials
wailed hour for another The by the City of;;tarke: ', I
majority an or so delivery Starke City Council was
certified to the is a of the commis-
millage as 9.54
county county of 400 gallons received later in the day." wrestling with another weighty problem '
mills just .46 of a mill under the state- sion feels that the gas tax is juStifiedand Questioned about a reason for the shortage stray cows on the streets of Starke, and .Food Rationing Stamps' ,

imposed ten mill cap. Even if the county necessary in order to 'give its J.B. Alexander,, Shell Petroleum their habit of eating up the Victory In other news of January 1944:
went to the cap on millage the addI- citizens the minimum services they distributor, pointed out that .larger' Gardens of patriotic citizens who were try- ''"The local Rationing Board !
tional .46 mill it could levy would bring need during the next fiscal year they tankers oil! formerly used for coastal shipp being ing to raise;vegetables:to help offset the that Spare Stamp No.2 in War Ration Book)
ing of from field to refinery/are now food shortages of World'War II. I
in less than $75,000, which would not do will have to bite the bullet and vote for used to transport fuel to battle zones Threats and warning to owners about 4 would be good for five points for '

the job of making up the projected the four cents or the two cents they for the allied offensive slated for the near their loitering livestock had failed to produce fresh siimers or to acquire all types. of sausage. or1. I

$250.000 shortfall4!!! : think required, in spite of the strong future;land,there Is no reserve left at the desired results so the Council decided irotenpork.ve (Ji I
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_dfi," '' "' a-='vocal .... 1Ina _, ._ to take more drastic action -- -Jhe .! Wlli2ll11UUIWIniJ\
herefore opposition --ta"likely.a.t tJe.ir..l.r ; ./i&el' -& meUl and. \cansTo
s be
'31.: piled at
it is reasoned -
I by a ,,J roblem, a *- Street chairman KG. Duncnn: reported* ail!( ;,f'l Warket Waste fat was to be
: prolonged andjmprseMentadcoldspeU: hit that a Wcowcatcter"' had been hired to trIlnl! vand"
.,.. the Sunshine State,..;mushrooming. mend the old fence, erected several yean markets or the schools brought in clean to local containers.Representative meat.
...' 'I population In Starke/as well as other army ago in an effort to keep the cows off the city -
." towns throughout the state, had drained streets* Another man had been hired to Charley E. Johns had'
Reagan Staff Needs the oil supply already curtailed .by lack ride on horseback and round up (cowboy Senate.just announced his candidacy for the State
: 'of adequate transportation, style) all animals under
I .' sneaking ,over,or -And Place
Jerry's a local short order
,"It la likely that the scarcity of keroseneon through the fence.It cafe
Memory Course the Atlantic Seaboard for civilian cooking was also voted to maintain a cattle, announced it would close alt day on
Thursdays to the
and will continue critical for shortage. ,
1.." ) l heating pound to confine any cows found within the
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President Reagan would have 'us get you in trouble it's the attempted

believe that all the fuss over the so- high-level coverups. Couniy Agent's Notebook' I : ,"' :' dfbl.I.f If
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called "Briefingate" or "Debate te' Mr. Reagan attempting to downplayand ; Agent .
scandal is "much ado about .... ,,
nothing .
minimize the incident initially of 7 ,,- .
showing that he is as ill-informed on the started out in the coverup pattern by j )

issue of ethics in politics as he is on asking the Justice Department to"monitor" Even though we are getting, afternoon 'is to wet the entire root cone':.but. nOt : Avoid extremes in water. 'LIght .fre-ii;<
thundershowers from ftime to time a
other matters in both domestic saturate the soil. tquent
many the briefing-papers incident.The watering program for your lawn is still avery Most of our soils and waterings are inefficient and pro-i1.
and foreign affairs. are sandy :duce: shallow roots
systems Excessive .
use of the word monitor brought important practice. Irrigation ia' about Vi inch of available w.Iedn the top 6 which trlrlgatlon -
Was the transmission 'of copies of back memories of his attempt to softsell often necessary: on some lawns even dun Inches of soil. If the root zone(top Inches) saturated with water keeps Ia also the harmful root lone !

briefing material prepared for President the American people on the MX missileby ,ing the the rainy hot season summer because days Is so water great loss 'were dry, about r.4'inch of water Is required 'gr.... Roots need air to function and to the too
referring to it as "the during' to thoroughly wet this area:This Is much water* kills
Carter to use in the 1980 debate Peacekeeper. practical: and economical watering than or greaUy decreases root
more 300 of
with Mr. Reagan unethical. or perhapseven By dictionary definition, ,to monitor program involves when how and how 1,000 square feet gallons of lawn, water' .for.. each.. growth .
criminal? something means "to observe critically much water should be applied. should Mrml water to also Important. During
.w.ter.yOW' lawn when the turf'1I under 'A general, rule often used in this area is ( it may be necessary to water
; oversee; supervise; such as to stress from lack of water The followingare 'to apply from H to 1 inch of water one to during the heat of the day.Water will cool

Well a theft 'is a theft is. a theft,- monitor a group of students taking an hints of water stress in lawns.,' two times per week In summer.Of course, \the grass and' prevent damage. However.jWhendavtime .
whether the thief "mole" the examination." Hardly the measures to -If you notice spots In the lawn which, all soils are not the same, so you will have'to watering Is not possible
was a on be taken In dealing with the Carter first turn a bluish-grey color and then turn adjust the amount of wafer to,apply to (waterw henever convenient. Late afternoon -
Carter staff, or someone from the op- brown, water Is needed. your. particular lawn or early morning water whlchlieeps:
position camp. In either case the briefing papers. -If footprints remain in the grass long '. rate /+\the grass wet for many hours longer than

receiving of stolen,goods by Reagan Under press-conference questioning, after walked upon, water is needed. If the faster Water than should it can never be absorbed be applied at a '.normal can be detrimental. Extended wet

aides was a violation not only of ethics Mr. Reagan finally admitted that what plant Is full of water traffic it will. be resilient. and If the sprinkler applies too much by water the soil.it I periods enough encourages In the afternoon diseases,so water early -
withstand foot so that the
but of the law. he referred to as "monitoring" was. taken runs-ofTand is being wasted, Tbonly I will dry hours grass!
in the
If a soil sample is root tone nightfall
really an' investigation by the Justice seldom happens .with small sprinklers ,or late enough in the ;
and it feels dry and crumbles, additional morning so that the
By the use of this material, one"player" Department. And now the FBI is getting water very is needed. ,r '. unless the turf is very. .thick. .-or.the. soil... com ;grass baa. tun*'.to"dry before,- being ux .)
(in the debate) got a good look into the act allci criminal, in-. In prolonged dry periods of high pacted. .rlgated. .

at cards in the other player's hand, and vestigation is under way requiring the temperatures and strong winds, all of the '

that is foul play easily understood by the services a special investigator. 'The. preceding symptoms may be seen. During Forestry: in Bradford CoiintYBy I
these periods plants lose water faster
in the may
man street regardless of law and Justice of cannot : '
Department, course than It ia absorbed and will wilL '
ethics. It should also be quite evident to with propriety investigate the Reagan' With a little experience, you can tell David W.Norton .r. ...," ." .:"i. /..',, ",' '. ;.,''I"Y";

Mr. Reagan a self-appointed "Mr campaign '.without outside; impartial when It Is time to water. Watering in this Bradford Comity Forester .. } !
Clean" who used to star in B-grade help. manner Is called an"as needed"program. ., 1 i 1,.' < .',_ -; :t, 'IRi.f...
western movies in which such tactics in This is perhaps the most economical way The Forestry Incentives Program(VIP). 4;:Have land that 11 capable of producing: :
Congressional committee investigation to water but nftist! water when needed was created by Congress in I
a poker game would have been you 1973 to share' commercial: Umber crops 'in a suitable *
offense. a lynching : is also ; the details of and not at a later-time. Delay will' cause :the cost of tree planting 'and forest period of time, ,*+ ..v" ..
all campaign intelligence operations permanent damage to the lawn I management with small landowners. The .,, 'Procedure- J
The amount of water to apply at any onetime ,federal. share ranges up to 50 percent.! ":' 1:1.Contact County'Agricultural StabUiiai
The "Briefingate"incident raises a which are now rightly reviled as dirty is Demand for ilonn >r
varies with bow.much water present wood 1 is expected to exceed''supply < and Conservation'Committee "
legitimate issue of right and.wrong. tricks will be minutely explored in to begin with the water-holding within SO years unless more forest ,and apply for cost haring. otfice< I
issue is not so much "wtiat. Reagan televised hearings. capacity of the soil,and drainage.The idea land comes under forest management. t.County ASCS office will ask the state: it

knew and when he knew it" or even if he Most small of owners who control the may, forestyry agency: io examine property sad ;
benefited from the purloined material If Mr, Reagan realizes the -: Jority forest in the'nation, do not .
'have funds '
to mlandsake such f
Registered Democrat long-term 3. A. forest iJt.nagement
seriousness' of,this incident and vents piannnwst be
in debate with he two'
his Carter although vestments. Therefore YIP is designed prepared bN a quamied r
Eligible to Vtun for forester,such
obviously did. He has denied seeing or his displeasure on the members of his ,hare their expense. k -:. 'consulting: tor ater., industry loreater u a ,
staff this embarrassmentupon Convention Delete Two ,'pr.ctlcea: : .re ;state 01' }/
having any knowledge of the Carter who brought : f eligible;Implanting agency forester, 1t. \ ," '
( trees for Umber arid .
papers, and it is indeed possible that he him, he might survive",this unexpected The quallfvingperiod Is now >i. stand Purpose j production of the:tree forestry At landowner's, request, the state I

was oblivious of his aides' efforts in his storm now developing in a long, open for Brajnrd CountyDemocrats ;floe must be to produce timber planting and prac improve help ill suing agency the may work provide technical, .

behalf. But the issue now is now that ,hot summer. But If he vents his anger to ffe for electionas the environmenh Site preparation Ip,, 5 The accomplished 1 J,

Mr. Reagan knows what is he going to only 'on his accusers and'the,'probers Democratic delegates to. the Party 1B83 State.In ':lore.uthoriaed ter.. but 'mUllt be lnrormatbon "ilL.l3LjF5fet! "'haa agency' been'mot completed certify ..",jf
do about it? As proved to President Nixon 'conducting the Investigations he may Hollywood Fta.;. Oct. 21-23. on eligible species necessary.3 and peymsnt 1" i i'
.in the Watergate debacle it isn't so do irreparable damage to his expected The qualifying period ends' quirements -available planting from state1 tjreW SSSw8' off!!!.- ."

much the low-level misdemeanors that candidacy for re-election in 1984. July IS, after which the Bradford forestry agencies.. Cost-sharing funds.'. $10,000 total cost sharing funds more than ;
Democratic,Committee during one
County -! under FIP are allocated to counties by* programyear.. U
will AMtet and elect state ASCS mstTon you require M-
committees.t, ta.consultation about this progVnTconUct .
delegates from 'among! (hose with state foresters. eUta'Noah '
.who have qualified:'.:, --r : How U Participate fa FIP aarke.my office .or" -, '
Any registered! Democrat: In Eligibility requirement .''' .! '1
Bradford eouW 1e eligible to 1. O\nf\ .no more than 1,000 of forest, .r
I : l<.t become for, acres. .
; a candidate 'J! land. i .- : J,
; .'delegate and may obtain, ';0 a. Be S private forest Lando vnetl'oil; i'< 'I. ,
qualifyingtf o.Te Bra* product processors and public utilities, as. _- _ '. '
/ Brach They well as public ownerships, are not eligible, ",>'' W.btte, ; *
At .bait 3 billion ton of wild mattrlil are washed from U.S. tends annually with more.,;,..,. must be filled out and.returned >: .. Have land that is suitable either for? .' 'VsarsworklimonhiTfamous: x' ; ,
then 1 billion toni landing In the ssa and building, th. land outward by Juty1" **. j f tore tatioD .or..Improved forest manaaemenL American
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II Jacqueline; ': 'Mercado :rand Joseph Herres Repeat Vows May 28 in 'Presbyterian. Church, : 1

The First Presbyterian Church "" ., 'J 5 55 jt, 'l "';
Mathew Paulk ,; : i <
I Starke,was the setting for the May 28, was ring' ] Mrs. The will his A./..
4 .. cousins of the groom. grs. Tommy Paulk and George Fe Community College for two years. groom complete
p.m. wedding of
cado of Jacqueline Mer The bride, given marriage by her Copeland She will be attending Tallahassee degree this semester in music. He will
Michael Herres Gainesville, to Joseph father, wore a gown designed by the The bride attended the University Community College to complete her be attending Florida State University I
I McCleod performed of Starke.the Rev. Cliff bride and Latain Peterson and of Puerto Rico for one year and Santa studies in Medical Transcription. in the fall to complete his degree in

nuptials custom made by Mrs. Herres. The accounting.
The bride Is the daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Victor Mercado of San Juan light weight satin and' silk organza,
ankle' '
length gown featured ruffles -- -
Puerto Rico The of
groom Is the son and
sleeves and skirt were accented -
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hems''' of
Starke. with appliqued motifs and varIng -
sizes of seed pearls; feminelngly
Highlighting the
altar were cinched at the waist with a contoured
candelabra flower arrangements of belt. She wore a head band of silk

side smaller white of gladiolus candelabras 13 candleucandelabra and were roses positioned on either Two roses ried flowers,a and and freestyle baby's waist breath length cascade veil.of She white car* ti i+" Social Side Of TkeNe.wsJ.

on either side of the ,floral.,arrangements A .
reception was held at the Starke
Golf and Country Club where Mrs. Gladys Mooty Society Editor, 98 -7608
Presenting a Charlotte nuptial l Jack Eaves greeted the guests at the
music were Mrs. / Greene, door and Miss Evelyn-Pennell kept
organist, Rebecca Marsh soloist, the bride's book;
who sang "Ave Maria" in Latin, Mrs.
A large arrangement of roses and ,
Betty Keig, pianist, WJB. McKinney, .spring flowers centered, the head .l >
violinist and Joey Herres.. who sang table and three flower '
"Here We Are Now." on silver stands graced the food table e :
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Booth Celebrate 25thMr.
Billy attended its best maD'and other points of Interest. .' ,
and the ushers were Matt Herres and The bride's table was centered with ,

Victor Mercado, Jx.: .a three, tiered wedding cake flanked
Maritza Dorante, sister of ,the, by silver candelabras. Mrs Richard and Mrs. Kelthr 'Booth proximately.25 friends and relatives
bride, was honor'attendant,she were' Pennell cut the cake and was assisted. celebrated their 25th wedding .err attending.
a rosey mauve street length: gown of by Mrs. Her,". niversary Saturday, July 2, ..t.a wedding The refreshment table was
coupe de villa and orgar a.,She can The two punch tables held silver ceremony at the First United centered with a tiered cake topped

rled a nosegay of roses., and' .spring. punch bowls encircled with greenery, Methodist Church followed by a 1 with a bride and groom, balanced bya
flowers. and spring flowers. Presiding at the reception at their home .on Stern's mixed floral arrangement .
Mechele Paulk was:flower, glrl'nd punch bowls were Mr,,H.M..Cow rt, Hem ,1 Jtoad, Among those attending were Mrs.
r..nd Mrs.'Joaeph The wedding held at 1'p.m: was officiated Booth's mother, Mrs. Lillian Miller of
c by Rev. Warren Langer. The Milwaukee, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Lyle

Did You Know........... > Booths' first marriage was June 28, Graham of Wauwatosa, Wis. and Mr.
1958 in Saginaw, Mich, and Mrs. Paul Bednar, Sr. of Pen-,
;''MrS. Millie Sofford of New Orleans:, On the altar were two fan-shaped .. ,.. t sacola. '
la. was weekend guest of Mrs. W.B: arrangements of white gladiolus, .W tit

'JVlundy. ,j jllutoftown pompoms, carnations and spider

guests at the Harley! mums.Attending the couple were their 4' ,

McRae reunion July 4 at the Tullie, three daughters, Clare Angela Booth a.
Norman home were: Mr,. and Mrs,:. Mrs. June Bednar and Gail Booth. M. Adams, ,
Benny McRae and family of Spartan t Mike Graham was ring-bearer. Also I-ir Dr. R.L. Bowman III
S.C.. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mobley and, .attending the wedding were Paul Bednar .
Mrs., Ardelia Browning and son of, ., Dan Graham and Chris Busalaci Married July:2Announcement
Jacksonville and Miss Mary, Taylor, < i '
and#Randy McRae of Lake City. "-; A reception Immediately) followed Is made of the mar
.the ceremony at the Booth home on riage of Dell Moredock Adams to Dr.
Mr. and Mrs. Gary 'B..ewer'sperJt; ,Stern's Road from 2 to 6 p.m. with apWeddings- Mr.and Mrs. Keith Booth Robert Lee Bowman III DDS, both
Thursday'' to Sunday at Maggi of Gainesville on Saturday, July 2, at
Valley, N,C.on their.14th wedding any 11 a.m. at the First United Methodist

mversal')'. ?. Coming Up Chapel in Gainesville In the! presenceof
i.i the immediate families.

The McCall-Tyson reunion was held Jolene Griffin, Hair, etc beauty salon on S. Thompson luncheon Following the wedding a reception-
was given by Mr. and: Mrs.
Albert home'In1''' St., Starke. ,.
at the
July 2-3 Tyson Calvin Kirkland'Engagement Sam T. Dell uncle and
aunt of the
All and relatives invitedto
that' are
r a. Pleasant Grove It is estimated .
bride, at their home in Gainesville for
75 ,family members'and friends. 0nV- Told attend. 125 guests.
joyed the two-day event. rr'r' .!l''
Following a weeks to Mexicothe
-i 1.1 Mr. and' Mrs. Joseph Griffin of' Ronda Stern,
couple will live in Gainesville
q Marvin Tyson was'home from Frt- Jacksonville announce the' engage- Curtis CrawfordTo .
day to Tuesday (o attend the McCalM, ment and approaching marriage of
( Tyson reunion and marriage of JoAnn their daughter Jolene, to Calvin Wed July, 16 JoAnn Tyson
'Tyson and Edward Hamilton. '>:yDr"and James Kirkland( son of Mrs Elva G. Edward Hamilton

.<'jJ Kirkland and the late Arvls Kirklandof The wedding of Ronda Stern to Curtis Married 2
l Mrs R.E. Ddpson enjoyed Lawtey. Crawford will be an event of Saturday -.
'barbecue on the Fourth at the home The wedding is planned for Oct. 29, July 16, at 8 p,m. at the Kingsley JoAnn
of his parents; Mr: and Mrs. Robert at 7:30: p.m. in the Taylor Methodist .Lake Baptist Church with a reception Tyson and Edward William
sr Dopson on the St. Johns River Utit ,Church, Taylor, Fla. following. in the church Fellowship were married at 8-00 P.M.
Saturday July 2 in the home of the
Palatka. Son Christopher is' remain 1 Miss Griffin is employed'wlth Cisco Hall. bride's
1 ing with Ms littandparentstllta week }l 'Corporation, Jacksonville. Mr. All friends and relatives are invitedto parents.
n 11 Kiakland Is owner and hair stylist of attend. The couple will reside In Lawtey.l .
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Pageant ,Winners Gainesville. Contest DF.FfCEa '.
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Catherine Raye Padgett, S yr. old daughter of Bobby abd:Carol Carterof SHOP. ,. : ....
daughter of Greg and Julie Padgett of Starke, won the Gainesville ''31st'I'I'
Lawtey, won the Gainesville. Sweetheart. Pageant in beauty and 1I0W.c.U/; \I',
American International Tiny Dream modeling onJune 19 in the 3-6 yr. old J 96..5164 .
Girl Pageant on June 4. She also age division. Kelly was sponsored by ,
received trophies for Best Dressed Skyline Mobile Homes. S'ark.' Fla.t .

and Best Swimsuit in the 3-7 yr. old _
beauty division. Raye Padgett placed first runner-
Shay Sweat, 4H yr. old daughteroE', .up in modeling and second runnerupIn > .
David and Cathy Sweat of Starke,. beauty. '
placed first runner-up In the beauty Both girls are now preparing for the Office Furniture Desks File Cabinets Rent by
Florida Sweetheart to
,division. State Pageant
Kelly Marie Carter, 7 yr. 'old be held August 11-13 in Ocala., the month '.


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BC Senior, Citizen' Club. The Leon Dicandfo < .SCacut

Has Outing ." Host DinnerMr. .' t'- ":
members and friends of the c13::t.= ) Typewriter
Twenty and Mrs. Leon Dlcandkv Jr. CASCADf PAPf e Sa d 560
Bradford County Senior Citizens Club were hosts at a dinner party Friday, Quallly20b.wNt.pop*. SOClAnD....RUUO.ADa.... Cc<<: "'a S1O.20 bL.IOCI' '45.00
Church x._ Nbh rF. Y DaFby\
met at St. Marks Episcopal night at the Keystone Height BapTisTChurch e too:- tuna ... A.a moan_a a. .. 'ort+.ati,, -
Parish House to take an-outing to St. Recreation Hall for their son e :... ,t1EADaTIN.aTYti U __
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A school bus was donated and Brenda life Ytz -.c81IC1''QJrcIoYI.- STANDARD, MTH CUPS Ton*, n out
,. couple's wedding rehearsal.The ( SIre ft
Fertig'donated' her time as ,bus r ta. = r.o vo. w 11020 ao sloe MU90 --"l06- Register
Fertig also went head covered o- =- .1000 t.a Ttao
driver. Douglas table waS' with a S '
along .and did some fishing' while'therel white cloth edged with a border of 3.d,4, s4!!... 5544c1i s 622 ar. n edor.d '30.00

Brenda .Is daughter-in-law of blue and white wedding rings and "loG,, I1JO <11. =sue' 57. 1000 t+ a suo s17o'* ,
club president Harry Fertlg' and centered with an arrangement of blue : Rental by year onlyIIoQ.I6.IQ

Douglas is his grandson. ,and beige silk flowers;' The other .
A special thanks to Brenda and also tables were covered with white cloths :
the school.The,bus was parked ,t the and centered; with crystal candleholders "
old whatever Fort and they everyone were Interested went to see in.: ', .with! whit*.tapers: ', Victor,'lQO, neg. '\39,00 .:' __ \ :

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I 'Ronda Ste'r.n Honored at Bridal i 1 Parties\ ,. .
". .i'l' ''' Baptist Church l
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...,.,.,.,., "'. j. ,'',,"\ .. .. i Kingsley Lake
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J.J 'Nf.:... ", '' :. Christ Is Lord"Sunday .
\<1'' Mlsst Sherra Moll IIU"ClI8: lingerieshower ley Road,,, .';: < i "Where everybody Is somebody and Jesus
I Miss Ronda Stern, whose marriage Miss Susan Sapp entertained at a for Miss Stern al Western. Games were played by the 28 guests
loCurtls Crawford will be an event of lingerie shower June 28 for Miss Sternat Steer Steak House on June 2. between the hours 7:30' and 10'p.m. f Services: '.
\, July 16, has been honored at several her home. Eleven members of the Immediate and prizes. awarded., : 10:00 am-Sunday'School .
'parties recently. Several games were played by families of the bride,'and groom attended ; 11:00 am.Morning Warship
On June 30 the Baptist Women of former BHS school friends and new and enJoyed' supper and The refreshment tble'was covered ,
I the Kingsley Lake Baptist Church school friends from Jacksonville games between the hours. 7:30: and with a handmade cloth', made by Mrs. \6:30 pm Church Training 0
gaVe a bridal shower for Miss Stern at Stenotype Inst.A 1/30; p.m. Smith's. mClther-l.law the late Mrs. I 7:30 pm-Evening Worship / /
1 he church Fellowship Hall. decorated cake centered the .'". 11 Foster Shi Smith. J i Wednesday / "
Thefood and gift tables wen refreshment table along with finger ; ;; Corsages were- ''presented to the 7:30 pm-MW-Weik Prayer Sendee. : "
covered with lace cloths over peach foods and punch. ? honoree, her mother: and, to the ......1/ I""" ', I
I! cloths.: The food table held beautifu Eleven friends enjoyed the occasion On June 2f \ :, Earl Crawford, mother. of the,prospective groom. J
silver candle holders and serving from 7:30-10 p.m. Mrs. Charles) Crews and Mrs. Jimmy Ong Douglas. .Pester Located,on CRie, -

1 pieces. A cake was decorated by Mrs Smith gave a bridal shower for Miss j a.c.--.c.-.c. i iiel r..-.c .
Reggie Underhill with the wording ---- Stern at the home of the latter on Col-
congratulating the bride and groom, I .

to-be.. .
>The honoree, her mother, Mrs '. .. ',,'
Reland Stern, and the mother of the .,.- ;., .:.
prospective groom, Mrs. Gerald

Crawford, ,were presented with sill AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE '
corsages..Serving were Mrs. Ted Lane, Misi NEW ARRIVAL' ?
Gina Lane, Mrs.,Donnie Elder, Mrs
Susan Douglas, and Mrs. Steve
your Bundle and receive
Crawford. Tell us about new
I.' t Eckerd's FREE Baby Bundle plus FREE member-

ship hi Eckenfs Baby Bundle Club. Members

JoAnn Tyson receive, discount coupons for Baby's prescriptions

Shower- Honor.. r and much needed baby products..

JoAnn Tyson, July 2 bride of Edward :. ;; Visit our Pharmacy for details.
Hamilton,was honored with two
bridal showers.
'"On June 14 a luncheon was given by
Mrs. Hazel Williams and Mrs. Margie
Murphy at the home of the latter on
Hwy. 16 West. HOW CAN I DEAL I
miscellaneous shower
On June 24 a
was given by Mrs.. Vivian Clark, Miss WITH IRRITATING i1 'r -' BBC r
Selma Demps Miss Legertha Hamp-
and Mrs. Linda at the SUMMER FUNGAL d
ton home of Mr. and Mrs.Hampton Bobby Hampton INFECTIONS? '1 ."e,..,, .. a.-. 13 13fectians
of Pleasant Grove with prizes and _

refreshments. & fIlP) \


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warm' weather. fungal In /
BIRTHS During ....
such an athlete's foot tinea '
u pedla) and jock itch <(tinea< cruris) COAST '
are common. They appear as small BiCDISPOSABLE
blisters or cracking skin around the DEODORANT,SOAP
feet toes or groin areas. Itching Is CLOSE UATA B-az.BM.esnM. .
Alan Stone
of these infections : LIGHTERS
a discomforting symptom CARTRIDGES
'Mr. and Mrs. David Alan Stone ol However, there are some PACK erI
4.1-01. .
Hampton announce the birth of a son, simple steps you can take to help .Limit 1 Limit 2 packs. 89 .a. 1.49.
David Alan, born June 28 in Shands prevent these problems. 149 2' ''gJC-)roll 1 pk.
Teaching, Hospital, Gainesville. Since a fungus requires moisture SARI
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and to grow be sure to dry off thoroughly Limit 2 .
Mrs. Walter Gruenwald of Keystone after bathing or showering Fay special
Heights. attention to the feet and groin areas '
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Paternal grandparents are Mr. and / Using body powder after bathing can / i i
Mrs. Bill Stone of Hampton. help prevent moisture also.
There are several anti-fungal products -/- 10" x 17"HIBACHI WINDMERE /

available without a prescription FLAVOR TREESNACKS GRILL ABRA-CURLa : -' i
Did You Know........... whichareuauallyeffectivelntreating! atrtn>rse.geN Y I
tt .: .. '.I ... .. fungal Infection If 'you.feel ,S rlavMf.a 7' ;: 'I.t t; IiR i
Mr. "and"fir/ ..-(; : hSnoWanuisons -: ..haw. a.problem with fungus Just' .... 7 ?; ==...
visited relatives in Atlanta over check with a nearby Eckerd pharnw-you O. cool 8,88 "
.2' Stay P.
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the Atlanta 1
tbe weekend and attended chit or consult your physician. wooden handles.
Monday night. fOil -3.00
graves, game -a. ,
Limit 2
1.-, ,:'Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wheeler, Jr. RAVE I 588t::_
celebrated their 19th wedding an- .. .
n ersary Sunday,July 3. HAIR SPRAY GIRL'S ASSORTED .... MM .... ..... STEREO "

,1*.Mr.*. 'and Mrs. Keith Booth have as 12S :Limit"rms 1 su 499 SWIMSUITS::: :;:N 1799 .29s9' With CASSETTE GRAN AM/FM.PRIX RECORDER LED CLOCK, "

guests this week her mother Mrs. 8-TRACK 1
jjllian Miller of Milwaukee, Wis.,Mr. IGLOO PLAYMATECOOLER ,......
and Mrs. Lyle Graham and son, Dan

Of: Wauwatosa, Wis., Chris Busalacci CHILDREN'S DISNEY .*. ,.... 24)8a99C -: I
of Milwaukee and Mr. and Mrs. Paul BUFFERED ASPIRIN ZORRIES 1488' .P r.7rM n
Pednar, Sr. of Pensacola.They all attended SOTTII or toe ...., ,.., .-t
the Booths 25th wedding an- '
,mversary reception on Saturday. I19Compara SNACK STORE KODAK 6000 r.rrr h r 1

',vMr- and Mrs. John Torode and Mr. to Buttering PLASTIC TUBULAR .4 ....' *> .efa
and Mrs. S.G. Denmark returned Fri 199" iTOUJOURS
day from a nine day trip to London, .
England and Edinburgh, Scotland. MOl /100'TOILETTE _
10 FOil W x SO VINYL .
?,Mr. and Mrs. Pat Welch and Mr. SPRAY I GARDEN HOSE '
and Mrs. Leroy Jackson and families GALAXY OSCILLATINGLimit
'e' ,..,
Were visiting relatives at the home of 329 .... us ECHOESKILLER 488.see' .... w.r. 4 18" fAN
I lMr. and Mrs. Lewis Welch in Lee, 1 Is,
iFJa-: over the weekend. ; 3499'r.aites
249:1..1 ..
of Gainesville v """' K" X 80 OURATRED 4elli J :t. ?ton
!Amy and Sam Adams
pent Sunday to Wednesday with their 'onerous.991e.o I
..uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Bill .
:. FLOOR MATS 1288 w ,
,Adams at Kingsley Lake. '
2 uaeatas1 t GALAXY 20"w
miMim tmnsun _
,.+Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Green and family 697 ." rues ....IM ..... 3-SPEED -
.I of Tallahassee were the long FLOOR BOX FANatnn ,
weekend guests of his mother, Mrs.j.ex M T ,
LA-Z-BOY ...
'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell MCCSVM Brill
returned Monday after two weeks SUNBLOCK I1199NsI.&n Iyin fM 1
Vacation. They with Mrs. Ellen Mitchell .
visited relatives at Fort Walton. 299 Limit 2 ,' ENTIRE STOCK Of '
Beach week before last..Last week yr SENTRY X "' ::4cf ATARI' ATARII
"i.Uiey visited their son-in-law and FLEA C TICKCOLLAR SetORler1
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coty r '
attended the concert presented 4 ntt* .r. M. -
(by Mrs. Coty of religious songs she U UID ANTACID 199-: ietiT /too 700.t'OfF''
had 'written at the Presbyterian daal .
Church on Sunday. Then to Leesburg Uft1 .
to visit Mr. and Mrs. James Hardee. 189
.They brought Chris and Cary Hardee
home with them for a weeks visit. .

l''* Mr.-and Mrs. R.W. Milner, Jr. and
son West and Mr. and Mrs. Don Har-
dy and son Donald spent the weekend GO-PAIN /
'In, Tampa and visited Busch Gardens. ANALGESIC CREAM j'c.: :

.ft*Mr. and Mrs. E.D. Groves, Mr.and
Mrs. Eugene Norman and Mr. and I98
Mrs. E'". Norman spent the long
"weekend in the Smoky Mountains, .
,N.C. and also visited Six Flags OverGeorgia. D" COUNTRY TIME ENERGIZER 9-VOLT I
: 'Mr.: and Mrs. Peter Alogna and '
family? of Wallingford, Conn are ft, 249-AIIES 159e'nur.aI' 'OFF. j
.:VIsiting her mother Mrs. Gladys .ggo 250FF '
,Weldon, at the 'Weldon cottage on .1\ R PHIOf.! .
.Crystal Lake this week. I

: and Holbrook Goesett of "
;,,Mobile Mr Ala-Mrs., were Saturday to Tues- SEUttBradford 8 iii .! >TIINlIAY 8 III 8.Saito.Prltre3, Bd t Slbt.".July I 9th.u .

day guests of her mother and sister- When you're serious oboist 3 mm THlIIf8IfT TO UMIT DIIAlIIT1TtES_ .

..lD-lawMr., and Mrs. L.C, Early. :

'';'Mr:and Mrs. Richard Houston and rirrZ\ :Iii i' Sq.: Shopping Center' "J
.lIOn, Rick and Fred Field of Tampa, [ ,

'and Mr.and Mrs.Mrs.W.J.James Kldd R.,Flynn Miss and SharontKldd Mr. I . "'' imp! 831 S., Walnut Street Starke, ',, ; : .

and Master Jerry Kidd of Lp'H0. PROCESSING: '. Charge Ttt! lZJ ,
!'/Tallahassee were weekend guests of 30%LARGER PBINTS.8UEVEO NEGATIVES ,
(Mr. and Mrs. George' Flynn, Jr at GLOSSY KOCAKyjpHPI P T '.. '" r ;,
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In Church LeagueA


three Jay tie Is brewing In the A tel"....,tet.. 070 000 7
tJ and B divisions of the Starke mens Stars 004 11 4
r ; : church softball league while they Klngsloy. Ufc loading.. hrrtorsiDonnls
: wind down to the final games. of the Crawford with a trip!.. Curtis Crawford
season. 2-tor-3. Garrison with a doublo.
First Baptist, Northside Baptist, Stars loading. nrttoniWotkln with a
: i and Kingsley Lake Baptist are tied In 'doubla C Norman 2.f....-... J. Curtis
the A division with 15 wins each. 2.f....-. with a trip! .
r k Presbyterian, First Methodist and
I Ir Smyrna Baptist are all tied in the B AIr park 7
AS'w division with 13 wins each. Now Klvar, 0
tq .i t PorfoitSaturday .
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Northside handed Smyrna an 11-7
loss Tuesday night In-between.the ,June 10 '

rains to stay up with the other teams ,
Stars 002 23 12 .
and their
15 wins.
0.... 1960311 \
STANDINGS' Stan baaing "......,....n." 2-for-4
with a doubla, Curti. :2: -for-1 with two
,DMsionA. "1\\' doublas, Norman 3-for-4. .
0_. ......1". hlttoraiWarron 2-lor-4
First Baptist 154KIng.1.y
with Boon with double Chuck
a trlpl. o
I. < lilNorHisldo S-4' Johnson ..-,_.., Chub Johnson with a

homo run, Soon... Sonar 1-lor-2.
Hark*Stars I tf' ..' UNowRlvor -/
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v. .15 First Mothodlst ,500 42S U
Jr. Stan 000 101 2
iS i PInt Molhadlst ....,". hlttcrsiEovos
j.Lawtey Division* -\,
Prosbytorlan 137Smyrna 2-lor-3 Thomas with two Inllald homo
..13.7PinMslltadi.t rum Hlldroth 2-for-3 with a trlpl.longer
with a doubla.
Edwards 7.13 Jr. Stan ".dl". hrrtorsiHighflald
3-lor-3. Wheolor 2- Air Park > 4-17

Jr.Stan .." I.It ',...,.... 443 410 10

: '' Air 'ark 300 000 3
Cubs'Baseball Team... SUMMAMIS Smyrna loading. hrHorsiTrolnor. 2-for-4
The Lawtey Cubs have an impressive 194 record so far this season, even The three trophies represent awards in'two tournament. Cleo Johnson North..... 001 1SI 11 with a doubla. Soorla 3-for-4 with a doublo
after dropping two games and winning one over the week. and trip!.. Gilpin 3-for-4 with two
They are from left-to-right: Front row Carlton Johnson Cleo Johnson,An- The two other trophies are for winning championships at the Hawthorne' Northa..... loading hitt..sJ..Thompson ... Wast 3-lor-4. Willis 2for4.Air .
drew Tlmmons, Truman Strong, Brian Roth,and Steve White. Angels tournament and the HiUlaibaseball tournament the weekend of on 3-'_" with atriplo.J. Provott 2-for-4, G.Alvaros .. Park loading. hHtoniNugont with a'
June 25-26. *
Back row-Benjamin Strong James'McNeel:Tony Hill, Manager; Willie Last weekend the Cubs beat Mlddleburg 7-5 Saturday' then lost to MId, Smyrna loading.. ".......0u0M Soorlo'.
.Brown,Archie Kittle and Tommy Honour. Not shown are Jerome Williams, ,dleburg.. Sunday. Monday July 4, the Cubs lost to the Archer Nine Devils. 2-for-3. lonnlo Ollvo. :J.lor-3: with two Prosnytof Ion 7 ;
Jerlmiah Johnson foe' Brannen, Steve Sutton, Jerald B Down, Lattimore. "I can't remember the Cubs getting beat so bad," commented manager ... St. towards.. 0Pedals
Williams, Benjamin.I Clark:: and Tobie Dillo. '. Willie Brown. pP.G.'s

Junior Softball Small Fry

Summaries Summaries

t This a brief summary or icore for
Normans ,Running Close in League junior softball last week and the Here II a summary ol scores for

previous week. Starke small fry softball last week,

P.G.'I and Norman's Farm are ._"1.. II.-13 with a doublo. Chris Davis S-lor-3 with a P.O.:. loading. hHtaniS. Dasua 3-lor-3 IS along with some or the previous week.

neck and neck with the P.G.'s one '1... Hut S-1S 'doubla, Tommy Barton -'_2. ,with trip!.. xpsar.w.n 1
I game ahead in the Starke women 0....... 'i'' 7.14ParlactIO ,..._ 10 ,loading. kHtorsiLlnda'Shannon "1\\fte'dln.. hHtorsiShannan; Tanno 1 .
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r 4 2-for-2. 10 15
softball league, finishing the regularly 1-1' CuM '1

are scheduled J1Ul lng season.plamed Make lor gaaatsa up games..tMfwi'rllaijied ] .Staratto CI 1.*""' 4.1lr ..w..... '" '. .' -. iav.iJ, SO '"..OHJ.U c.,1tIo..,... ..,,, ..... .....N...VMa-OMM3. r..... ""' ,.u p.." ;5. Get_ ., ", ..,..,tlt' !!.. q YOr' .!,alMU4'. I "i

ou. ........,,-'. .. ...", ..", 'UMMAIIII-Yr' f>, RobotsI. /' 17 ? "' 000SMJ10Rawdla. D..sl.n. 000 020" > \A. .. 11 V...._ isRoyal.
loading hltt..r Ing seeding hlllarstj.' Bright I 'un. ,
P.O.'s beat third place Cubbettes A I 3-for-4. V. Rood, P. Burnsod 2-lor.4 with :2-lor-4: with a trip!. and homo run, L. ,

11-:& Tuesday night to keep the one ,TuesdayJulySP.O. doublas. Mach with a doubla. a"v....._ r '" ,
game advantage.Vonda Kay Hall and .Robot loading. hrttaniThrow 2-for-3 0....... loading.. hHt. .r.sGoinsy. Hudson I PI- 5
Phillis Cuffie each hit triples to boost .'. 100 021 sCubb.no. with a doubla. Sopp 3forwith o doublo, with doublas. ,.

the PC's during the gamea. A stringof .' Oil 001 2 C. William. -for-... ,...... 7 Sun. II
base hits in the first inning put the '.0.'. ......1... hINaniHoll 3-0..-/with a Saturday Juno 30 Friday,Juno It 4 Garen BBxpes
,Icing on the cake. trip!.and doubl, Cuff le 3.0..-4 with a orb Exiles
PC's lead the league with% a 21-3 pl., Honkarson 2-for-3. Normans 14 000 II ,arlocMO Soul 021 I'i. 14 ..... 13Cubs
record followed by Normans at,20-3 Cubbanas. loading hlttonillllle Mock ..bat.. 101.; 230 7 i.; Daulor. (IO 114 7; 12' G.tars 12
,..._ '10 I....'... hlttoraiD. Gilpin
and; Cubbejttes 17-6. 3-for-3 with 'a'trlpla and doubla. Loo Norman leading. hltteraiBoroo with adoubt. .
i l-for-2: with a trlpla.! .. Print a-for-3 Rogors:2-for-4: with 2-for-4 with two doubla N."... with adoubt. A'. 'Pt,.,.. "
with doublo. ..
STANDINGS a doublo; Oyol a "' 2 Oetara I
NemMuis SOO 311 10 Robot loading hhMniPIchard.3-fon4. I pouts loading. MttoniCalnay with a Amos
,. ...' 000' I; doubts.. Lovarson 3-f_" with a'trlpla,
,.0:. 114 ,.. ....10 000. 0 'Ovormon. 2-for-3 with a doubla. b> .
''Norman. : ,.' \'JO-3 Norman loading hHtoniBotty Boraa2for3. >J' Carter 3-for-4, S. Gain' y with a cfo."b''.. '.

Cvatbotta* '. V 17-5 Kathy Print 3-for-3 with on I... '.0.'. > 0101303: ; 7 r
Robot. '-11 flald homo run. Sharyl Jackson: .for.' Storotta 101':?' 100"4Jenny : Rowdl Oil 214 II
<*l orotlo' 30O OMowalo 0 Abraham Canfux M.D.
.;I:. II <. loading. hHtorsiBollndo Kllby
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1\ 1 r i J'S-lor-4 with a doublo. GENERAL MEDICINE

Clark Hanging in There '. '...r ottos loading.. hrrtariRddlh with adoubt. Announces the opening of his office at
; ., f.ndr, 3or4.Cubbotto .
I '" ( 51 003 14
? '- Y '1...Hut 100 301 5loading .(Next to Pantry Pride)

As Shortstop for Anderson Braves t a homo Cu..betNo. run. hltfamB.. Mack with Hours: 9-5 Monday= Friday .

'1...; Hut loading hIMorsiHannah
Bradford High baseball star Is triplest, four doubles and 28 RBI's and. the Valencia pro scout camp In 1980 Mor-3 with a trip'.. A. Starling Z-for-J PHONE 964-4668
1981 Imf where the BHS player was named with doubl. Strickland 2-for-3. .
still starting shortstop on the Atlanta Andnraonln steals with 13. ,a ,:. c '
'Top Pro Prospect': out of some!60 top .
Braves class A farm team in Anderson
players from the state.:
South Carolina.: L. He was.the fifth selection by -the
Clark baseballer to.
go to the, pros the only hit one BUS home run and a overall Braves,and' "the, l 2nd player,, chosen .IEW. ..,

double. Ills hitting percentage Is Here are some statistics of Clark'swhile .. .
down from the outstanding performance at Bradford High.
turned in at Bradford High'School.

Clark's. average' Is .170, but has '46 hits from 95 IMi at bats for a batting Ii '
He has made six
driven In four runs. average of .484. That landed 32 runs CapainDell
hits inn at bats. for Clark and 24 RBI's. Hits included
shortstop two
The 19-year-old four doubles, 3 triples and three home N
onout of high school was number runs. He also had 22 successful stolen 4ji
list tabulated by Ron Morris bases. -
of then twice monthly magazine
Baseball America, which covers '
MM ,
minor league baseball in great depth. .37-for- for an average hitting of /
That report was made In a January' Kenny Clark ,..427 Clark made 37 runs and knocked
Issue of the magazine,. : ,
in 23 runs with three triples, three
the top'10 While At BUS
The youngest player on !
home and 20
list Clark was held back at the Anderson R .stolen! bases
Anderson's. record sofar'1 this fish
Camp for another year. The
best 'season is 3-7. The Telegraph will at- iiner
Atlanta Braves have one of the '
.Batting ..392''with
in major league tempt to keep up the the team's.andClark' averag
camp-farm systems 105-for-298 with total of
performance for .the re- a 70 runs.
baseball: Clark was named to the 'reminder of the season. He. had 83 RBI'., 11 doubles, four A gencrou* portion of tightly seasoned tender fish fillets.
Last season
Wednesday and five home He stole
triples runs.
south division all-star team At that: Clark was 1-for-l in : rrencti cole flaw
against SparUmburK. 54 bases during his career at BUS. N tunsl cat lUtvorfal fries Creamy
time he was hitting round .200.A fat; night game .
while he wa H was a childhood dream of Clark't Pitching. records Tartar Lemon wedge
cry from the .400 hitting Career' J7-1S TVo onthern style bush puppies saoce
the ;
school. Clark went straight trt play for the Atlanta Braves, .
in high !
1981 ; 6-1
baseball team to
closet league
the without playing college ball. major : '
pros :' : !
1980 6-7
Bradford County Clark was spotted .
the teams "
He .still among
'leading players''with 34 hits! five by(, Atlanta scout Johnny! ,Growth at, 1979' M $2.99M,

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,The' Florida Came- and Fresh Waterj After that bearing.1; decision will In other business,' the commUilonadopted Captain P.
approved federally be made by the Commission Oft'the a
Fish Commission ,1.osttluttcheepropaal said CoL R. M.. tion policy for heendangeredFloridapan ,
'.recommend** rules d.I ghun-' Brantly. executive 'dtrector'or; the>.. heri,,.' \ 1 Itd.'Iiam'
national w
tang on Cum mIasion.' The policy sttatement'Mid. In pert, ..
migratory bird
'- the '01 the'
'There no'majof ehang.1n '
Gardens TuesZ' ?'
ltsm..tlng in Cypress 'migratory game bird regulations for, ForidPanther la largely dun to the

cia. of 'an Yes- the gall hunting season, according. to' continuing oegraditUon of the pan- I
''postponement hearing eoncerning deer Brantly.' ''ther's hablUt M result of rapid, : 2 CHlfIPIR! DINNERS $3 69,
jnlnistrattve 'GuiloUiMa for'regulation, governing tmmart tagouUtion' ....th..and' in- ari
LoaahtcheNatlonalWildufa Ohlr. a aEactl
huntirK in the AElltit A1whke 71RAY I "
ordered by ,tb4t migratory bird hunting and hunting 'crea edhflhwa. tnIftte'tQ.tleal. .. _,
refuge Was: .. on national wildlife refugM are 'panther range: f "" brown bh rinse,crisp Mnch; tIeS( cole
Commlssioiu .:.WI :. dinner:Includes:two gOlden creamy. .;. : '
OFC,nd established! by the U S. \FSh and. Thw'noKt ''mesiht' of thi' five- Blow arkd 2outft m style hush pupgleB.:
'BoU the 1th"Jf10Vd!! WlldUfe Servfoe; but maa* t b* I..., .. ', r :
to held'SoJ'4.a
agreed tto mber comntalM will be
Audubon Society
.Pt... coml\lf&!
and irtiniutatod new hearing. .to- be"' 'stem moUY" .tlupted., by'the". )' tit a location to be determined. ,
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'To Lawtey City Council Briefs, .;. ,

Hough 'foads and street eatnod by Lucille Shuford told tads council that Stars To Play

flmidlntf Deemed to be) the blggeat pro the city was under order by the stale I In Casselberry-Tourney .
blems facing the Lawtey City Council to have .a workshop for the '
at regular meeting Tuemfay night, preliminary 19B4 budget by the end 01Jill SUrln'B! Stan will be traveling to '
CpitHtlberry! to compete; In Angelo's
I I July S.Some. ). or
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r I I Ir Lawtey! ft tlxens preMht the A workshop meeting) wad scheduled, Summer Festival Softball' tournament

meeting called attention to tho countil fbr July 18, in time to advertise to the this weekend .begin.
about the rough streets, primarily public, Rosier questioned Clerk Competition for tile Stars will

Northeast 3rd St. shuford about wether she had to have sometime early Saturday afternoon,
"The only reason that road has not the basic figures worked out before July to. Times were not certain by

been graded la because' there are so the meeting. Shuford said She IB deadline for Issue of the Telegraph

many cars parked along side of It," already prepared.cI Soma! of the top senior boys team
Councilman Buster Bennett choir' Millages and other Items will be .In the tate will be playing the'tour

man of the Street Department, was Iscu ed at the workshop, nament about eight teams
quick to reply to the complaining! Lust years state tournament cham
residents Water Department... pious from Jensen Beach will be play
One resident answered back tog as well as the Miami Metro champions
say.Ing In an effort to expand the watersystem
If that was the problem, let the In Lawtey ,arrangementswere ttandltos. Other teams that will
law officers take care of the problem made for water department be playing t are Casselberry

and that the road Is ao bad that cars superintendent Barry Watts, Councllwoman Jacksonville.McGrlff Tlttisvllle. and. Road Runner from
bottom out.Another .
Harris, and an engineer
lady In the ,audience told from Brown and Kelly Engineering!: of Foster
I s F. the council, speaking of the same Gainesville to meet WCdnesd y.
street, that /If her car was tore up Discussion will be about flee best 'Take Tennis TourneyA

because of the street, she waft going to and least expensive approaches to mixed doubles team of Jerry'
sue the city.Bennett take about expanding the to
system McGrlff and
replied that the Cheryl Foster lost a first
again US-301.
# 'set, then came back to win two seta
the wasn't '
reason street taken of
care Decisions have to be made about
for the district
was because of the He then championship of the,
cars said whether to run four or six inch pipe Tea tennis
"but, I didn't know that tt was bed I1o\1Ilat Upton competition.
MryrJ so just expand the system,
+ The winning team beat Bobby Hurt
that cars were bottoming out Wo will and Whether the present facilities can
of of
take care of that as! soon as the rain handle the additional services. Macclenny and Ella Cooney
will allow Stark 11-. and e-1 In the last two seta
us. Difference In- price between four after losing tI-O In the first set. -
Earlier in the week Councilwoman .
and Bin Inch line was estimated to be
"I think we had time to .
more (
'Laura Harris called the Telegraph' to around SO cents per foot Fire extinguisher practice
together than they did and that
lake pictures of the extensive
flooding can be hooked up to six "
was probably the difference
In Lawtey after several Inches of rain Inch line, 'but not four Inch. Extinguishers mented McQrlff. ,"We started, com out*
fell In the area laat June
29. can lower Insurance rates slow then got better as the match
of residents, the surrounding are*. went on."
Financial Report.. <

Councilman Marvin* Rosier .fire. Department..*. the McGrlff next round and in Foster Jacksonville Will be playing for the

reported to the council that the city The-council approved the Lawtey regional title. Times and places were
was still In the black but he wean t Volunteer Fire Department's spending not available at press time.

,. t ,certain just how far. of over 1800 for new fire hose and
1l After some discussion City Clerk other equipment. Starke To host 1

State Softball Tourney

Starke will be hosting the senior
boys Softball tournament the weekend

of July ::12.13, and :24. '
Bradford High Summer Band About 11 team will be

for the state title In Stark. The junior

I boys tournament Is the same weekend ",

Program- Offered Through- July.. In SalelUe Dixie Beach. Boys

1 Ail-Stars To
A 4-week-long summer band pro- gram. ttudanms come with i or Play

era m Is In session through Friday July Arrangements Monday

20, at Bradford High School. regarding instrument Starke's all-stars will be
will be discussed with student In
r Gainesville East Monday night, July
lerested. ,
it C The schedule: I Beginning Band, offering excellent Two music companies art .tl, at 8 p,m. In Keystone Heights. If
Disgruntled Residents.,. those students who have not played an programs they win there will play the win
Instrument before, 9-10 'a.M.| In. ner of the Bel Med Gainesville West
Some .'. Inches (it rain r.III"I.811Ihan two hours FrI- drain Itlanchard Hay Into the big canal which: rUns went termediate Band, for! those with game the following night,
day afternoon tauter than the partially clogged of town In an effort to alleviate the long-standing prtlilent. > limited experience and Advanced Parents were telephoned by .
drainage system could lake the water. Band ) Brownie, but some could not be Minor All-Stars
away 10:45 a.m. to tins a.m, daily .
It upset residents Joe and Laura Harris. Myra Ratline, Mr*. Rafuse says the county should dig through Blrtn- u/ith, 'lessons, following reached, or have no phone >Yin .TWoGanu > :' .
Elizabeth Terry and Rnymond and Marie Wllkerson chard Hay up to Grove Street. She's refused to allow the. f4 ,

who live along flooded A.onrix- Street between Pine and county 10 din Mil (he ditch from drove Street to the pond. Instruction 1s opetl to all students In' Any Middle, School student "H8 J( stark Netlonal.lktat team pal .,
(rove! Street Water wan under Mr.. Terry' home facing unless they dig/ through the bay first. the 6th through llth grades free of Mans\ to be in one of the bands this keystone Heights 1&-& and the

Pine Street up to the steps of the Harris home the Water fill* up the bay then comes up Into her backyard charge.: : Classes are In the JUts band do well to attend the summer American team beat Mlddleburge 7-4

former Volley Keddtah'' home In photo above faring Mrs. Kafuse says, and draining/ water faster Into room,'instructor Is Jimmy Brownlee. clases, says Instructor Brownlee. last Tuesday,
("rove Street and approached the concrete slab home of the bay would worsen her problem.' Water could be seen Classes! are not In session this week Btarke's N.tlonalteam was to play

\\llkervonR which faces Monroe Street. coming up Into the back yard <>f Mrs. Rafuse as the bay By) Oversight than Telegraph failed but will resume July II the Lake City American team while

Water was over, Pine Street for a time. filled up Friday afternoon.All to publish two article on the summer Starkes American team played Lake

County Commission Chairman Lawrence Moslry, the water east of Drove Street Was gone Saturday band program, and Instructor the summer\ band Instruction was City's National team Wednesday.
talking to residents Wayne Massey Laura Harris and morning but some lawn chairs the back yard of Mrs. Brownlee wants parents to know that approved June 20, by the Bradford Results! were not In time for this Issue

Myra Hafuse In bottom photo promised the county will Rafuse were still In the water. July. II Is not too late to start the pro- School Board. of the Telegraph

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your Inspoctbrl at th* ol Court for Bradford County NONCE dpUtis, will sell the lion, Juno 9B. 1983.GILBERT.'
I No fire ot tho Director bl Florida Probate Dlvl" property situate 'In Bradford WITNESS" hand and "BROWN
OF my
Legal i"U Zoning and Planning. City stork, Ira address ol TO REGISTER County, Florida, the' tool, of told Court on A. Clerk of sold Court
Hell ThompsonSir which ,Is Bradford County described atLot
; 1=FICTITIOUS NAME June B, 183 Maud McRoo
IN THE CIRCUIT venue. or lurisd1Ctlon or Statutes that/ Iho Board Stark, Florida Courthouse' Stork. 11 Block, 1 I.PlNEHAVEN I. By:
COURT OF THE the court. ol County Commissioners Each and parson Florida.Th. ,\ according GILBERT.SHOWN As Deputy CtorkSO
f Pursuant to SctlenB6S A.Clark of sold Court / 7/21
ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS of Bradford having' arid addrMs 4tehg,
EIGHTH JUDICIAL .; any Interest nam to Plat thereof r.cord'dIn
CIRCUIT IN AND NOT SO FILED County. Florida hay.deslgnat.d whatever In the noct. 'of th* p..ono'ep.to" .09, Florida Statutes, Mot Book i, Peg 65.ht'r.rI By Motion McRo
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED tho Bradford none .Is harby given As DepUty ClerkBVt4tcha.70
FOR BRADFORD m.nt of this' proposed '" and rh.p..o..ol \ public Veeords of IN CIRCUIT
that 'the THE COURT
and Plorl- undrsland ?/
FLORIDA County Zoning ORDINANCE should I \
COUNTY op- ,
Publication of JOHNNY BRIER bola Bradford COu..ty.Floldo Fait BRADFORD COUNTY
PROBATE DIVISION thin ning' Board to conduct a pear and be hoard at She representative ofprny .
Notice has begun on'7th public hearing at a forth owner, doing business FLORIDA
time and place Set
CASE NO 83 4S CPT3480) prescribed are INTENTION
of July. 1983.Attorney regular meeting held at below. under the firm nam 'of at public outcry *o the NOTICE OP .PROBATE. DIVISION
for Personal 7.00 P.M. In th* Council BOARD OF All 'Inte'.st4d pr oni File Number: B3-26-CP
IN RE Th. Estate of fta ri rt to rl I''v : Room of Stark. City Hall BRADFORD COUNTYCOMMISSIONERS ere requlrod to f II. wHh MARKET 920 North Tempi for rash 61 the hour 'of NAME Dlvl.loni t-34 *
MORRIS CARTER. TOMLINSON' A BROWN, Stark. Florida on Tus this court.WITHIN THREE Atf.., Stork. Ft.. Intends \3:00 6'cloeh Noon'on July Pursuant to Section IN RE: ESTATE'OP'VIC

Dcosd P.A.. Post Off lea Drawer day\ July 26 1983 and By: Gilberts. gown MONTHS OF, THE FIRST t* register said fie 41, 183, a t the front *6S.0*. Florida Statutes TORIA, SMILE SCMAPER
40. Stork.. Florida' make a recommendation Clerk PUBLICATION OF THIS tltloutr ham under. the, doer .entrance of Are notice !I. hereby given Deceased .

NOTICEOF 32091' Telephone' : to the Board of County i Ifehg7/07 NOTICE: ((1)) all claims oforOiald<< Statute, 'Bradford County Courthouie that the .undersigned., NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION
ADMINISTRATIONTh. 9O./9H.a712. Commissioners and th* agalntt the "Wot and Dated this 1st day"of 6t Stctrke, Richard A. Jordan tolo ''
Personal' opreten' Board will conidr on ((2)) any ob|. tlori by on July A.0.,'19S3' In Bradford 'ktrlda, .. ownnr. doing ...business THo administration/ of t
odmlnltrotton of tatlv.: ROBERTA Monday.,Augur t, 1983, IntorostodParson to County 3/2S Doted Jon: '"r; '9113. under the firm nomo of tho ostato of VICTORIA
the Eitot of MORRIS CARTER Rout.* I. Box ar the Commissioner NOTICE whom this nolle. Was, 7/01 4khg Richard.L Co.. Jr. Jordan Agency, P O. Bon SMILE SCHAFER deceos-
CARTE. Dcosd P11. 212S \tark., Florida' Room of the Bradford malted that challenges United' Slates Marshal ... ,.
: NOTICE 1256 sto" .. FL 32091, ,li pending In tho CI ,
No. 83.36.CP. Is ponding/ 33091)) County Courrhaus. JACK: M. COURTNAV tho'validity 61 'th* 'will, /Of INTENTION ,Middle District of Florida "Intends la register"told cult Court for'Bradford :
By: lamest I!. 1'omnn.an.7072tchg714. Stark., Florida. of 10:00'
: hasmad. of the
In th* Circuit Court for written" r- tho qualifications TO REGISTER fictitious Dam under mo. County. Florida; Prabat
Bradford CountyFlorida A.M.bdlna"c.' ..' fat special' permit personal reprsntallvo, FICTITIOUS. NAMB, I.rhordS MeLendartAssistant aforesaid itatuto. Division, ; the odd.... of
Probat Divi + relating tot for a non-pnbltc fish, of jurisdiction of
1LOTIC: venue which
Doted this It day of IS N. Tempi
The tho
sionth; odd... of OF APPLICATIONFOR rezoning r.and art hi. property In* court v AttorneyAHormy Bradford ,
Pursuant faction 'Unltad Stafos Juno, A.D. 1983 In Bradford Avenue: ) County ,
following described ... to "
which' I I. Bradford County REZONINGAND pro- At Section 25. ALL CLAIMS'AND OBJECTIONS .
Courthouse. Pose Office AMENDMENT party and amending the Township B South Rang. NOT SO PMIO (49.04, Florida Statutes, for i64tchg7/07 Plaintiff County Courthouse," Starke. t
Comprhnslv, Land notice H hereby tht '4/ 6/30 4tch' 7/21 Florida/ 3201. r
Drawer I. Starke. 01' Till 22 East SE'4 'of the WILL BC FOREVER. BARRED given "
Florida 320" f. The LAND USE! PLAN Us. Plan to provld that NW/4, tract 7 and B, "off ji .tho undersigned..-Jeffrey 04.tIN The ........."and,addresses 't)
nams and. oddr..... of land curr.ntly Ironed Easterly sld, of County Publication >+'of; this L. "Nugent' Rout t. Box TH8 CIRCUIT tOURT of the personal

the PersonaR.pr.s.n./ > An ORDINANCE amending RSF-MH designated' Road S.!. 43rd Steed Notice hasbegtm on 7B4 lawtay, PI 93O98 EIGHTH JUDICIAL IN THC CIRCUIT: COURT .*.._totlv.l.nd tho,
tatlv and th* "..nono'R.p'.n'o1 the Comprrinslv by th* plan' or Rsidntloh The pond containing' oppronlmataly Thursday Juno,; 30 1903. ,sole or (fain owner,.doIng ',CIRCUIT: OF FLORIDA EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT personal \

>l"."s ortornoy Land Usa Flan Elomonr b. rionod to Cl, 4 aces of Personal 111.pr..n.' bulnss, under 4n* IN AND FOR .Of FLORIDA 'IN '.pr..n'."".'. attornny .
are ..f forth and Map' by Bradford and doslgnatsrd Com the oppro..tmofty 10 tatlv: Jock Ma *n,'lit. 3, firm name. of QUALITY BRADFORD, COUNTY AND FOR BRADFORD \ 'are ,..t. forth y
b.la. mercial the property of aer** and kaeatd 400 Box 3074 Btarkit, FL. TREE 'IRVl! 'l. Rout 't. CIVIL ACTION COUNTY
All'' lntrstd parsons County. .witty Florida th'In* accordance loca'Go"nm. DAVID JONES ,JR. feet East of S.B. 43rd St. 32091 '; I _. Box 7B4, ,L0wty.Fl 1 CASE No S3.213IN CIVIL ACTION below All .Interested

or. roqulrod to f II.with .'" Com- described at followsApproxlmatoly and SO .**.' from all Del Ho *n. Rl.:'J. Box ':320SB Intends ,'.. Cos No, *3-238 required to Ilia parsonsor with,
this court WITHIN THREE pr.h.nsiv. Planning Acr 20.000Sq. Other property line,. 627. lake BuHr' .,, 'Fl register ;sold fictitiousnom REt Tho Man-lag;; of In rot The' Marrlago' of this WITHIN THREE
Pr. (Lots 114)). at S E.16th This' 1" court
MONTHS OF THE FIRST s> frspaclof 32054 {
"* :
rq 5j;
of I97S a*provldod for ImChaps. Av.. and Ct. Rd100A for'Porsenal yndr, MONTHS OP THE FIRST
pmiH IVbj.t| Attorney
Husbandand Husband 'and
.. 163ef the ,aforesaid statute.Oatod 'JOAN
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NOTICE all claims to public! hearing to beheld Eugene
: ((1)) RprwntaHv:f
Florida Statut*. this, *th day 'of MARK! CAMPBHl Wile
against the .tat* and coin City. 'In Section 32 on Tuesday. July 26. F. Show ".0.*Drawer NOTICE ,((1)-0.11) ,claims/
TOi' : All' Citizen. Taxpayers .Jun*..193 A.D. In Brad- LUCY UACH OLIN NOTICE! OF SUIT
Township 4 South, Rang ,_ and
((2)) any obctlon| by an 1983 of 7:OO P.M. In the 1O30 StarhoftFL' f 3201 AlgOl.110 ,
and other In- Wife NO PROPERTYTO
Interested prson to' trstd 22 lasr, ParcF Count Room. of the ((9CU1) 964-5101 J1MMti' r"wa lord..'County. Florida.l4tpd707 ((2)) any abjection-) by anInterested
prson 0.325.00100. Automobile */. : Joan Marl Camp.
moiled Stark City: Hall 6/30 2tehg 7/07 ", to
whom notic. wo on .person
that challenges' th* You and each oP You- Point' and Body\ Shop Thompson Street bet or. "'''(" .t"'.. NOTICE, OF SUIT- boll, "I4 Walnut Avenue, I whom notice was mailed
ore hereby and hwowlthglvarr You are further glvan :UNITED STATES DISTRICT NO PROPERTY ilmlro' Now' York.149O1. .
validity of th* will! the the SredfordCeunly Zoning ...1'\1.\ thai b.allngo 'thai
qualifications of the P..- -notice with'In'Florida accotdanco NOTICE than copy of and Planning Board "" 1"" COURT.M1DDl.IIISTIIICT v YOU ARE HEREBY .validity e*.the will,,,the
.onol' Rprntatlv. said proposed ORDINANCE The Zoning and Planning NOTICE' OP FLORIDA tOi LUCY LEACH OLIN. NOTIFIED that an action ajwallf(notions of th* ..
1 :
i parsnaltpvsentative
I. available ,lor Board will make a reportto JACKSONVILLE DIVISION' A:12 Ollmor Vlllag. / ,, "for dissolution ,o* mot.
I the Bradford County NOTICE isThorabyglvn ; ; Court No. 62.1102CIviJHM Utlca.;'Now York 13303 rlaga has, been filedagainst .
tvenuor at Jurisdiction pf
If Commission, who will that 'Monday : YOU ARE "HEREBY"; end )
orv you you era:, .... court..
II f hoar' the .......t at their July 11. '1983. -..f 10.00' .NOTIFIED that on action required m serve a copy o 1
n_f regular. sctwdufadmotln ,clock A.M.of floe ........- UNITED STATESOF for dissolution of -mar. of you.wrie del......* Ail CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS
Printing ByProfessional NOT SO FILED
I *. signed. '(( OATOR AMERICA Plaintiff 'rloo* has b..n filed. :M any to It en the plain., ;

I 'I.At.Cainos, FRSiaHTWAYil.,INC..w111 VS against you'and you ore, ,'lltf., lOttonwy,...,whe** WILltBIKWEVER. BAR
DfroctorItchg sell at public..auctionfor HUFUS-b. BORUFF, 'JII.- required token a copy ,namo' endd, oddness :RED.Publication, of' ,
7107 cash of 2119 Com of written I thlNo
andLILAH. 1 your dolnss DUDLEY P, P.A.k
HARDY.p.c. ; IIr
> \ .m.n..lth l .oA".ou.. c*.; .has begun. ,on.Juno
f\- I. BORUFF, his 'H any to It,on th*'plaintUf's .. .prawom: .1030,;
: 90.1983.
.ft. THE CIRCUIT Joe ksenvl lie$Flartda, ". ,. ,iwhos .
COURT Mile ottorny .S""" FI.S2091i ((9O4)
Based '. FOR BP.AOFORO C0UNt.I'LOIIIDA one M 'o1 iI.O..oy Defendants. itom*" and,.addrss Is '' :,, Personal ..lIepr.nnrI
All Prices on Camera Ready Copy : ..,' ground for CATV olsctrlcoqulpnwnt DUDLEY., HARDY PA. '. 964.4701., Anornoy ,lot I totlv.y'1JefFvey. hafrj
consigned ,to ,' ,PMiltonN/Hobondond l Itf: if Sow 269.0.
with one color PROBATE. DIVISIONFll ) P.\"QJ ,Drawt>: .I03O, .,III'* the' >original with the!
Dad Cable. Goiv: Mieml' '. ?NOTICf Of,SALE 1 K.yston. Heights, ,PL i
Number BJ43CPIWOBi ,Florida to ......!tI'(..lo" ,ltark"vt Florid :&mI.I ....k othe above styledCOWS ,:.42646.AHomay. ;
'i ESTATE OF MYRTIE and elftrog.' fharoat.vndr No< Printing at Itm Btt HJ-McKiNNEt: (. Da *ostI the provisions. of that "pursuant 9 final' th. .. .,original ,with the :29..(t* 3w.e" /,,*... *. etudgem.nt .

I;**... NOTICE OF 'Section 4b( ) of .(JnllorrnStandard ,Jvdgom M ..*ntrd..an .' :clark,ef thLbov".!If....., may boogalml .. .oprfsentotlv.t.....nti. ,.... ..WM...._Ar t.

Bradford PrintersilffW. ADMINISTRATION -. *,11 p1 1 I1odlner ,Moy 'I7w,.,I 1933- by th* ,court vn,ot;,botof.,July! Konlernd you,foe> :Moody. C. let_". ,4o2'
'\r"fetorFrelghtwp .above. *n lllod, Court, In If A" b93o; .th fwlM*. a .tha,yells" ( demanded: In '
Th. administration 'W. $ .. .
of Owgla P O.Bon
Call Sot: Starke .lhrstat f h*,obov* styled cou... ,u4a| _"' ."', ,may: bo "hIIt cemc.t<')lnt .or .....|. ,
\ 964.5764a 10M. Stark
Myrti" H. cornier, .the undersigned l UnitedStates ,nlrd pgalnst for FL
: File McKinney Number. 8/deceased. .a, Is,. 7tO>! 1cl\lI'JI" Marshal or any of ,I""" ,/.II.l demanded. 'In I tlon..WITNESS my hand and" 6130 32091.lte.n((904). ) V64-7363. ,a

p.ndlag', l....th. Circuit "1. duly' authorUoct alh*. complaint, or ptU the soot el told Court cm..


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Story by Mark Frleldin The weekend-long. events started" Friday night with a broadway musical put $ '

Photos by Mark' Frledlln and Linda! Wharton \ on here by the Melroee Music., TheIlItre which served to begin the.festivities. on a t:.
._" BCT Staff ,' -, festive note. ., "'1',1'm ....!If" '
y .-'A he utIk i i tireworklt al' p( exploded: over t "k c.n.va; : 1...0n sY hisiht.li p.its alwayslamued'at te al'8Qffht"f oeat talent W.Maud here igF]> .,.,'.. ,: tk -
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The annual event each July 4th seems to growing more popular each year as'f Tennis tournament finals and the ever popular Baby Crawl Rake! were held if
'k.x hundreds of people lined the streets for the parade down main streetCLawrence' 'the city's Theme-Park earlyi Monday,'morning then Clay County Commissioners
I+ Blvd) and thousands -more turned out on the shores of the lake for thee sat in the stands and judged the floats In the parade as it wound Its way'
J. fireworks, sailboard racing, an antique car show, a watermelon eating contest- down through the middle of town} The parade included 73 separate floats and
J a tennis tournament and other activities that were held back only,briefly by a. displays and 20 vintage antique cars which were highlighted in the Antique Car' J4
late afternoon thunderstorm. show held Saturday morning y 1 t
All in all it has one of the best Our Country Days I can remember," com.. Arnold Reed chairman of the parade said they had several new entries g: J s-
I mented Keystone Heights Mayor Bill Beam as he presided at a flag raising year including a Marine Drill team and Color Guard from the navel air station
ceremony for a voter registration booth set up in front of city hall.,"Our guests In Jacksonville, horses ridden by members of the! Central Florida Appaloosa r
, from out-of-town have aU seemed to have had a great time and I've heard many
people who are here for the first time say they can't wait to come back again, See. Our
next year." Country Day... page, izCommunity

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." r celebration drew Mine of the largest crowds ever to this ""Paul Revere" waving to the crowd(above, top right the
," annual event which Is alway popular with visitors from. ever-popular Keystone Copsat left), a moto-croi! biker
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7 p.m.at the Woman's Club and In 5....... on Monday night. at 6:30: p.m.and Thursdoy .
,J.',,, ,{,'), ..... morning at 9:30: a.m. of St. Edwards Catholic/ Church., Call Peggy Register.- Cress end ........ '
':, <" ,. .rd Coring Cenmilssteni will hctld'thslr regular meetlng'july f{ol'f:30: pm.11\: ," 473-2730' for more,Information. ', < performance of this classic St. Augustine play will begin on Saturday Jun. 11 In
;c' \ ':. e. ',I me courthouse and will hold their first budget workshop at a mat same day,,. r the 1.900 seal amphitheatre.. Reserved *eat*are 14 for adults end S4 children and
:\$, P k's (. r : ', / ,. 7: ; .1? -v A I.e I :r : j ytH&ford \: : Cultural: Events M 1"4'' senior citizen receive a 10 percent discount. For Information write to Cross and
I\{;\' ;y; ?' '//I' Ceunty Zoning Seerdt will,- meet on,July'36 at J.36; of courthouse N,... '" ,' < >, \ ,.- *: Sword. PO sox I96S. St. Augustine, F..Ida.320. 5 or call ((904)) 471-J96S.:
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"'J'c',<' 1 ,' \TamptoA.' ',,' -f-'l/. Strewberry' Swinger'..' a local equ ....._lng club done. every first and third
"Imo; : >.*. 'School Daerdrwlll hold Its monthly meeting at, the Clay County Courthouse I,',i v.fTWrsdoy' beginning at 8 p.m. at the S...... Masonic lodge at West Call and Orange Concert... "' ,'< <
,?' \Thuradayi, Jurw S3 et 7:30: p.m, in.Green Cove Springs. .|; -I.01''j'. ; \ v{::?Str....,.. Jerry Barrett..of Jacksonville'It the caller, Everyone to Invited to find out Waylon Jennings Jeul Colter and Jerry Reed will be In concert Saturday July 16 In

'i'\" \' ,:'fTWi*' \ : .' V-. ; ''4' :W'fcfJKA'ijt'i:. .;" \,"""', -. ; -'\ > >"' *: fA the O'Connell, Center In Galnsvllle. Ticket are $12.90., r
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include her husband, LeoL.
Obel of Clifton N.J. one brother Born In Huntingdon Pa. Mr. Mun- Survivors
Sally Nelson John Vigh ; children. of GalnesvllIejS; two
Mrs. Sally Nelson of Starke died John Vlgh, 67, of Melrose, died Alex Vlgh of Saddle Brook:, N.J. IIndfour .dorff moved to Starke in 1945 from Funeral services were held Saturday sisters. Gagliardl, Anna B. Manning of
Sunday night, July 3, at Bradford Thursday afternoon, June 30, at his grandchildren. Pass-A-Grllle Beach Fla. He was an ,July 2, at 2 p.m. in the DeWitt C. Newberry and Edith Derrtngton of
Hospital following an extended il residence following a long Illness. Funeral services were* held en Army veteran and was retired a* a Jones Chapel with Rev. LeRoy Olive four brothers,Howard
lness. BOrn In Passaic New Jersey, Mr. Wednesday July 61 In Passaic, N.J. small arms technician from the officiating. Burial will be at a later Panama City of ;Houston, Tx. Marion
Born and raised In Hartford,Conn. Vigh moved to Melrose in 1982; was a with burial at a rater date-Jones Florida ,National Guard at Camp date. Jones Funeral Home 514 E. Manning of Clermont, ri.r.+ Doyle
Mrs. Nelson moved to California andthen retired factory foreman from the Funeral Home of Starke In charge of Standing. Mr. Mundorff attended the Nona SL, Starke, in charge of ar- Manning of Newberry and :Robert I
to Washington, D.C. for seven Manhattan Rubber Company in New local arrangements.; In lieu of Baptist faiths.Survivors rangements. Manning of Sumter,S.C. i I i
member of the flowers, contributions may be madeto Include his wife, Mrs. Manning
years. She moved to Starke In 1968 Jersey was a
the Reform Church ,,tula Lucille Bennett Mundorff Vera M. Gagliardi Funeral services were ;held at 1.m.
Hungarian 20 two
and was employed .s Director of Hungrian Reform Church In Passaic; ;
Cubb Ecomica Agency until ill health and was a member of the Clay County 4th St., Passaic, N.J. (sons, Wayne Mundorff of Starke and Mrs. Vera m. Gagliardi, 63, ,of p. on Saturday in, July Gainesville'2,at Johnson-with
forced her retirement. Mrs. Nelson Senior Citizens. Dr. Jon Mundorff of Tampa; one Gainesville died Thursday, June 30 Hayes Chapel
was a member of St. Mark's Survivors include one daughter, R. Edward MundorffRolltn brother, Col. Leroy Mundorff of at her residence In Gainesville Elder W.C. Manning officiating,
Episcopal Church and was also a Mrs. Beverly Macchia of Melrose; "Ronnie" Edward Mundorff,. Escondido, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Born In Starke.\Mrs. Gagliardi wasa Burial was In South Prong Cemetery,
member of the Eastern Star Chapter two sons, John A. Vlgh of Placentia, 71, of Starke, died Thursday morning, Evelyn Oliver and Mrs. Madge housewife and a member of the Baker County, with Johnson-Hayes
224 of Starke. Calif., and Raymond A. Vigh of June 30 In Bradford Hospital follow- Stuart, both of St. Petersburg; three Church of Jesus'Christ of Latter Day Funeral Home Gainesville' in I
Survivors include her husband, Bethel, Conn,; one sinter. Mrs. Helen ing a long Illness, grandchildren and two great grand Saints. charge of' arrangements. ';r

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Thursday, July 7, at 11:00 a.m. In the Items Available, at TG4Y Family Centers Only, July 7-10,
Chapel at Archie Tanner Funeral "
Home In Starke with the Rev. Arthur 4
Lee and Walter Lee officiating. Burial
will\ follow in Crosby Lake Cemeterywith
Eastern Star services. Archie
Tanner Funeral Home of Starke In !V .
:harge of arrangements. :

Mrs. Toulou L. GordonMrs. ower' :prlces
.Toulou Lovelace Gordon,71,of '
Lawtey, died Tuesday June 28 at the
Alachua General Hospital in ,
Gainesville following an extended il-

lness.Born In Jacksonville, Mrs. Gordon everyday!
moved to Bunnell and then to Starke
about three years ago. .

Survivors include one daughter, I
Mrs. Julia Pendarvis of Lawtey; one .,
son Lovelace Clarence Gordon ofMobile I : .
Ala.; one brother, T.E. ,. r '
Lovelace of Bunnell and one sister, ._ No.Ralncheckatjfairf I'
Mrs.Julia Edge Andrew of Savannah, "

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Funeral services were held Friday, \ "

July Tanner 1, Funeral in the chapel Home in of Starke the Archie with Ofeai: ?low prices on the ': _,, "",, ....;v.,,,',:f.\. / \'" ,j

the Rev. A.P. Sheet officiating. .things:you use most! ,. ,. ", :" 'A/f-l':. '. A <*f'
Burial was In Espanola Cemetery in ,. .
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Bunnell at 2 p.m. with Archie Tanner Ii.. .:; '" InteilivislonComputer <, .
Funeral Home of Starke in charge of ( '
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Mildred R. Thome .,
Mrs. Mildred Rebeca Thorne,72, of 97 ] .
Starke, died Saturday morning, July Your Game
2. She was born in New Jersey and ,
moved to Florida 11 years ago. Choice ,e. ,.,. ; ,..
Survivors include her husband, ai.l.yoU."I; .1'.ad. _Iti; .. T .*. .rice; rafectl' '. (
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Elmer C.Thorne of Starke; one sister r moosluriaed.ldeal.ng'!", lit oH labd Omca 7 .. Regular \ \:.., ..
Mrs. Edna Barber of California andone ,=4 t fool 1.016 ,famine. .f.4otO .r ';' "_. 1jJJ' : $1 >;J 5.

Fla.nephew, Alvin Kemp of Naples, ;Q" .'.' ..:

Funeral services were held Tues- r-wri.!; ELI; !<:1TFilruMe : 1.:. : .
day morning, July 5, at 11 a.m. from '. .
the graveside at Crosby Lake L.

Cemetery with the Rev. James E. .' '
Starling officiating. Archie Tanner >
Funeral Home in charge. of arrangements ..
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Thomas Darrah, 74, of Hampton e" '-
died Saturday, July 2 1' Bradford
Hospital following an extended il- 52" Nostalgic .
lness.mechanic.Mr. Darrah was a retired auto Polaroid 600 42" Superior : Kraco. Stereo

Corey Clarence Survivors Crow Darrah Include of Hampton; :two'one sisters son and, Charles,'Mrs.Mrs. ei.,,' ;:!(One) "Step i 1 c. il.ing'1 "Ai o- wmngrj M T Esssfitli i

Pearl Gordy of Moundsvllle, W. Va.; .
one grandchildren.grandchild and two great-. Camera FAN : r ,I' : '" Adaptor

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were Mark I DeluxeReg.
Wednesday,July 6,with the Rev. Ray Reg. 21.94 ; Reg"'19.84:
Williams officiating. Burial was In 74.96 Reg. 98.88
Hope Cemetery in Theressa with the :
Archie Tanner Funeral Home in, *
charge of arrangements. ( :
$1894 $5g9 ': $78'8,81400

Charlotte E. MadiganMrs. .,.
Charlotte E. Madigan, 73, of I
Lake Geneva. died Monday morning,
10. June 27 at Bradford Hospital follow- .
wing a short illness. .
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Madigan had moved to Lake Genevain
1973 when she retired from the
Royal Typewriter Co.where she served
as an instructor. She was a d Unisonic i 4x6 Super Elastic
member of the church. '
Episcopal ?
Survivors include her husband, BubblePlastic
John M. Madigan of Lake Geneva; Handi'! }[DecorativeRUGS "
two daughters, Miss Jean Flynn of .
Hartford, Conn. and Miss Jacqueline :
Flynn of New Haven, Conn.; one son, Phone <> '
Robert Flynn of Seffner, Fla.; two .
sisters, Mrs. Ida Bresson of Lake ;... LeeJEANS WhamOReg.
Geneva, Mrs Olive Crossen of Man- Model 6GOS/6012S ;. Reg.: $12.84, By ,
chester, Conn.; one brother, Charles 12.96 <
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Schlatter of Baden, Ind.; and three .IE'I' : Reg., 2.58
grandchildren.Funeral services were held $ 96 :

Wednesday, June 29, at 3 p.m. in the r
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel in Keystone -1100 -9 $24":97 1'9,8

Heights.to In the lieu Diabetes of flowers Foundation., send donations : "" ,

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Heights in charge of arrangements.

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Jay Marshall, 23. of Maple '
Shade, New Jersey, died Saturday. By *\, ( Ladies .
June 25 In Camden,N.J. from injuries PolaroidSun LadtesWakOn LincolnWelder
received ill a motorcycle accident. Extra Large Sizes r :
Born in Columbia, S,C.. Mr. Marshall ;.
moved to Maple Shade three 600 ; RustlerJEANS J
weeks ago from Interlachen, Fla. He '; ,.I
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Dredging. Dock Company and at '
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Keystone Survivors Heights.include: his wife, V. Reg. '2.99:4''3.49 .

WaycrosB E.Candace brothers Marshall Marshall,, Ga.Allen of and;Interlachen his Fred Marshall father Davis;Fraiuif two of of 96 $ !5 0 ;' ;1O 0 $1Reg '3'15 OO 165: 6 : .

Taiwan, Formosa; two sisters, Mrs. .
Patricia Williamson of Maple Shade all sizes I'' .
and Mrs. Kathy Thomas of Macon, ,
Ga.; his grandmother; Mrs. Bertha
Severance of Lake Geneva. ; '
Funeral services were held '
Wednesday June 29 in the DeWitt C, *
Jones Chapel with Rev. Charles Van- We're 'Working':
Zant and Rev. Leamond Ward of-, '

direction Keystone Cemetery'ficiating. ,of Height Burial Jacksonville Jones,was Funeral in, under Restlawn Home the of Harder..f. :; : :. .. ; ; 411' Tfoii More!- .,. .;

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I Youths with 'Summer Jobs Can Reduce IRS Withholding.- TaxesIf

you are among the 14 million ty this year and had none last year.If I? you work for your parents' tip reporting requirements, and must employees receiving tips. are received in cash, or charged to a
young people with summer jobs, you your total Income (including business,there's another benefit. You be enforced by any business normally Tip income must be declared to customer's credit card and passed on
may want to know about tux rules summer earnings) wll lbe ",300 or can also claim exemption from employing more than 10 people who your employer at least once a month. to you by your employer. When tips
that can affect your paycheck, says less for the year, and you're single withholding of Social Security tax serve food or beverages. Most employers provide you with a are pooled and split among several
the Florida Institute 01 CPAs' you can elect not to have taxes However, this rule applies only if you While you have always been re- form to fill out which will list the tips employees,naturally you report your
Are taxes withheld from your withheld from your paychecks. To are under 21 and your parents' quired to report all the tips that you you make every week during the own share.
paycheck? Do you earn money from claim this wltholding exemption from business in imlcorporated. receive, you now have to report an hours you've worked. Although the stricter new reporting
tips?Do you work for your parental If Income taxes, simply check off the You parents also get a tax break, amount to at least eight percent of the Your employer then reports the requirements apply to tips earned
you answer yes to any of these questions {byeour on the W-4 Form because what they pay you is total of all your customer's food billsas amounts you declared as tip Incometo from serving food and beverages,you
read on. plied employer when you deducted as a business expense from your tip Income even if some the IRS. Your Social Security tax mst still report all tip Income you
For instance,If youy only work dur- start your Job. This will stop federaltax their own tax return. I: customers did not leave a tip Your payment Is based on the total amount make in any job. For Instance if you
ing the summer months there's a withholding, and in most cases, If you work In a restaurant or'resort employer makes a report to the IRS of you earn from both wages and tips. work In a resort or hotel and carry
good chance you can increase your state and local tax withholding as where tips. are part'of your Income, the total food and beverage sales. If Your paycheck stub should list the luggage, or do other services for
take-home pay if you arrange for well. Otherwise, taxes will bo you hsould know about a new rule on the amount of tips reported by all hours you worked, wages paid, tips customers,keep track of your Income
taxes not to be withheld, Exemption withheld and you'll have to file 'a reporting tip Income that went into ef- employees Is less than eight percen of declared and Social Security tax from tips.
.from federal income tax withholding federal income tax return next year fect this year. This new rule' was that sales figure difference must withheld. By the same token; keep track of
is,allowed. if you expect no tax liabili to Ret a refund. designed to increase<<: compliance: .f with allocate the among Tips must be declared whether they any work-related: expensesObituaries! .
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Larry T.Johnson
NO RAINCHECKS Larry Thomas Johnson, 19,of Ocala
National Forest, Silver Springs, died
Saturday, June 25 near Belleview,
Fla. from injuries he received in an
automobile accident.
: Born in Orlando,Mr.Johnson moved
+, all to Silver Springs three months ago
from Ocala. He was employed as a
; cable layer with J.W.J. Contractorsand
1 was a member of the Central
GF 1F Ri Baptist Church In Ocala.
on even more Survivors include his parents
a James M. and Martha W. Johnson of :
Silver Springs; three sisters Miss
Lisa Johnson of Silver Springs, Mrs.
j Linda Taylor of Silver Springs and
Consort Hair Spray Mrs. Barbara McFarland of Orlando;
AI one brother, Jimmy R. Johnson of
for Men Jacksonville.
n Graveside funeral services were
For the man on the go who held a*.2 p,m. on Tuesday,June 28 In ,
cares about his appearance. Swift Creek Cemetery near Lake t
'' Butler with Elder O.M. Yarborough
TtiRegularlIoIdorSuper officiating. Jones Funeral Home of
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Elmer O. Beckman,80,of Keystone
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real estate salesman and broker;
vice-president and manager of Olson
I In Stock' '::1 o Marine (a Ship Chanlery Co.) of
jl In Stock Phil an accountant; and a hotel andmote
manager for 20 years prior to
coming to Keystone Heights. For the
$ I past 11 years, Mr. Beckman workedfor
/ the Jones Funeral Home of
(Don InooU Keystone Heights and was a memberof
off iCONSORi I ; the Lutheran Church.
Survivors Include his wife, Mrs.
Price Martha M. Beckman of Keystone
", Regular ; two nephews, Elmer P.
..., Beckman of Fall River Mass and
William Beckman of Rosevtlle, Calif.
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'Eddie Macon's Run' } ,f hH ut

Comes to Drive-in ; w4pr

"Eddie Macon'i Run,"-the motion across the desert and bis ultimate ; S :
picture adapted from the late James with his family, in spite of Marsack's .
McLendon's novel, will have Its first efforts are the theme of this production 4'S
local showing at the 301 Drive-In which marks Schneider's movie
Theatre at 8:SO pm. daily, Friday debut. '
through Tuesday. McLendon, the author Is the son of t
Starring John Schneider, of the Mr. and. Mrs. R.P. McLendon of
popular TV series, "The Dukes of Starke and made a name for himself L si 'j '55 wl
Hazzard," and Kirk Douglas, veteran with "Death Work," his first prison
Hollywood actor, the film tells the novel which described one day at
story of Eddie Macon who Is serving Florida Stale Prison when four in- :
time at the Huntsville Prison In Texas mates three men and one woman-
on trumped-up charges. His first attempted died in the electric chair.
escape was thwarted. Now ,
he is desperate: his second escape McLendon got his start In writing
plan Is his last chance to be with his while living in Key West,'where he '
wife and child ever again. If caught, collected stories about the years that J
he will be returned to prison for life. Ernest Hemingway spent there, and : 4
Carl Marzack, played by Douglas, put them Into a book called "Papa." ; iu
is a tough New Jersey cop who has McLendon died of cancer over a year :
other plans tracking down Eddie in ago at his later home in Blowing
a relentless chase across the desert Rock, N.C., leaving several un-
Into Mexico Frlrlle'f''If'lIinR'; rtm completed manuscripts.: }

. BC Run Reports 55 Calls S'x 1 V

The Rescue Unit of Bradford Coun- was transported from the scene by
ty responded to a total of 55 calls during Stat-Flight, according to Supervisorof
the month of June. 43 of the calls Rescue Cliff Chapman.
required the transporting of 51 pa Sixteen calls were to trauma pa-
tients. Twelve of the. calls required no tients and ten calls were to trauma ,
trans portion. patients resulting from automobile
patients were taken to Bradford accidents.Two .
Hospital and 18 were taken to other
hospitals. calls were to cardiac patients
Due to mechanical trouble with the and one call was obstetric related.
Bradford County units, Rescue 74 One call was to a gunshot wound
from Middleburg transported one patient victim and one call was to a stabbing
victim. One person was dead when
r Rescue 60's back-up unit the rescue unit arrived and the unit Eddie Macon's Hun...
transported four patients. One patient received one call for fire standby. Eddie (John Schneider) and'Mariack (Kirk Douglas), the cop who's been tracking him, come face to face In a final confrontation. I

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Ethel Harris Hutchings, chargedwith revoked; he was released after he careless driving; plead guilty and fin, fined $25.Anthony, THAT ENERGY
driving while Intoxicated. The presented his license. and paid the ed $35. Wayne Green, charged SAVE
court accepted her plea of no contest $80.50 fine.Ronnie Ricardo J. Rondez, charged with no.,. with improper tag; found guilty and,
and fined her $276.50. She is also required Lamar Mitchell, was charged valid driver's license; plead guilty fined $25.James. '
to attend Driving While Intox- with having no valid driver s and fined $50.25.Ricardo Levon Sampson, chargedwith I :\
icated School and her license has been license; he was released after pay- J. Rondez, charged with improper tag; adjudication: .... '
suspended for six months. She must ment of a fine of $10 to cover court improper tag; adjudication was 'withheld and fined $15 court costs. tl
complete so hours of community ser costs. withheld and he was fined $25 court Archie Hyman Smith, charged withno .
vice work under the supervision of the Stanley W. Grayson, charged with costs. valid driver's license; produced "
Salvation Army and remain under unlawful speed; paid fine of$64. Alvin Simmons, charged with, valid license in court. .ana, fined $10 ; ... --
their supervision for six months. John Cecil McKinney,charged with failure to carry and exhibit driver's court costs .'1- ,_
Ethel Harris Hutchings, charged violation of restrictions; adjudication license on demand; plead guilty and Donald Wayne Stewart, charge'of'no .'I\
with improper passing; plead no con- was withheld and be was fined $10 fined $29 court costs. valid driver's license was dismissed EXTERIOR
test and was fined $50.25. and he fined HOME-COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL FRAME HOUSE
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I News Briefs Former Policeman Guilty of Vehicular Homicide

FSP Inmate i McLaughlin who gave a Jackson* Nelson B. (Sonny) Jackson, former both defendents. The verdict of the ordered for Jackson. lie was released Toth's car in the southbound turn
Guilty ville address was' detained in the Starke policeman was found guilty of jury does not change the facts, whilewe under the pending bond arrangement. lane, then became distracted when
r. In Circuit Court'I Bradford County Jail until Tuesday vehicular homicide in Bradford Coun- accept the verdict we are not hap The courtroom the end of a lighted cigarette dropped
*'' py with it," said Elwell. was nearly filled for between his He said he tried
Florida State Prison inmate when he was picked up by Duval ty Circuit Court last Thursday, Jerry the final with almost legs. to
Harry Both Jackson Miller day as many
found not- and were brake and turn left to avoid hitting the
County Sheriffs Office Miller also on was
Mungin found news media and
was courthouse
guilty of possession and vehicular charged with the same three offenses. car "but It was no good."
of contraban-weapon last Friday guilty of manslaughter Miller's employees as family of the defen-
Brad \ attorney James Tomlinson Dr. Hans Robert Fuehrer of Orlando -
McClellan of homicide.
Marvin S. 21, ? dants and
in Bradford
County Circuit Court. asked the spectators.
for of the
lenience court aquittal a mechanical engineer who Is an
ford arrested June 16 and The recommended
County was jurors The trial
Assistant State took an emotional
Attorney John Jay charge of Intoxication turn
charged with driving while his license for Jackson who was found not-guilty manslaughter by when, Jackson expert In accident reconstruction,
Gontarek was placed the
presented evidence to the The on
motion was granted by testified for the state that Jackson'scar
was suspended according to Trooper of two counts of manslaughter By In- stand
court of early Thursday
a morning He
weapon being found Judge John
on William by J Crews as a matter of was traveling "In' excess of 80
Mungin. The five Abrams toxication and manslaughter law told of his whereabouts the day of the
man-one woman due to insufficent evidence
miles hour and closerto
Bond for the charge was set at$200. culpable ''. per more likely
jury took less than five minutes to negligence. present. accident, that he and Miller had
90 miles hour" before the colli-
McClellan released after he The two indictedNovember per
was men were
decide spend the better of the
on a verdict. part morning
posted a cash bond. 22 for the November I 2 Miller said he really appreciatedthe installing sion, Toth would have had more than
i Mungin speakers in Miller's truckat
was sentenced
by Judge Toth. support he received from his enough time to cross the roadway
death of a resident Atllla
John J Crews police department and then he
secutive years with to the serve sentence five con-now Guy L.Anderson 21 of Lawtey was 76, In an accident on US-301 north 0Starke. friends these past months, they left to meet his wife to look at a rental safely, he said.Miller's .
and helped him bad time attorney presented another
through a
being served. arrested June 23 charged with house in Starke
,fleeing or attempting to elude police "It has been a terrible eight mon- accident reconstruction expert,
No newcomer to Bradford court Thomas When he and Miller next
and wilful reckless driving accordingto Assistant State Attorney ths," according to' Miller who has met at the mechanical engineer David Bruce
system Mungin to a life in Food 'n Jackson said he
serving Scat Installed
Patrolman Paul T. Rhoden. Elwell expressed disappointment been suspended from the Starke Wiggins of Gainesville who testified
sentence with a mandatory 25 years Anderson SR16driving the verdict of the jury "The state had police force since the accident. a new battery for a man in the that according to his calcuations he
for his part In the stabbing death of a was stopped truck.on 33 witnesses and almost 40 exhibits of Flashing smile Miller-said he parking lot, then headed north on estimated Jackson's' speed at 602
a 1973 Ford pickup a big
fellow inmate in 1977. In 1979 Munginwas Bond for the charges was set at evidence which Included*blood was indeed relieved the trial was US-301. He said he was not racing and mph before the crash. He said he hadno
found guilty of aggravated bat- $400. Anderson was also cited for alcohol tests. All the evidence and over, his future as a patrolman has did not see Miller again until Miller opinion on whether the accident
'tery and possession of a weapon by a careless driving and unlawful speed. facts were presented to the jury during not been;decided at this time, said passed him near the courthouse could have been avoided.
state prisoner he was sentenced to 10 Anderson was released on his own' the long trial said Elwell. ':'We Miller. Jackson broke down when he told of In closing attorney Sal Mollica said
years on those charges. feel there was sufficient evidence for the accident. Jackson was guilty of nothing but
According to records supervisor recognizance On July 3 Anderson appeared in the jury to return a guilty verdict on A pre-sentence investigation was Jackson said that he had seen "Just a regrettable accident."
Doyle Kemp, Mungin Is also serving a ,
Bradford Traffic Court and plead'

50 Duval year County.sentence for robbery from $80.50 guilty for to the each charges.charge. He was fined Keystone :Man. Arrested in Undercover Drug Buy 1 1A I


Raiford Man Dies Larry Jackson,32,of Pennsylvania and charged Keystone Heights' man waa.arrested Organized Crime Unit with the arrest. the buy was retrieved from Eugene Along with the car-police seized a
arrested June 22
After Being StruckA was along with six Gainesville Wilson, Jr., along with a .38 caliber pound of high-grade cocaine that was
with driving while his license was residents and more than a pound of Three men and a woman met with -automatic handgun. in the safe, a small amound of mari-
Raiford man died Friday after he suspended, according to Trooper cocaine was confiscated by narcotics under cover agents In a Gainesville As the Investigation continued, juana, a weight scale and other
ran in front of a truck in an apparent Abrams.Bond for the set at$200. agents last week. The pound o{;Cocaine : ;apartment where they sold three police set up survelliance of an apart- paraphernalia. The safe taken from
attempt to wave it down, according to charge was his has an estimated street value of ounces of cocaine'as a sample of a ment in Camelot Apartments in the apartment belonged to Easterl-
'Jackson released
Trooper, D. S. Cranford. was: ,on own 42000. ""1U larger buy to an agent, according to Gainesville. Around 9pm. two ing said Squires.Easterling's .
Michael Charles Brozino 36, of recognizance Woodrow Easter lng, i45of" Sgt.Richard Squires. After the sale at women went to the apartment, loaded 1978 Mercedes was
Raiford was struck when he ran Into Keystone Heights was arrested June about 5:30: p.m. June 28, agents ar- a portable safe and a bag Into a 1981 also confiscated in the arrest. Bond
the path of a pickup truck on SR-16 Chevy Van Stolen 30 and charged with possession of cocaine rested Eugene Wilson,'Jr, James E. Datsun and drove eastward. Agents for the charge against Easterling was
shortly. after midnight June 30. From Terwillegar FordA according to Investigator Don McLean,John W. Bruner and Audrey stopped the car and arrested Vanessa set at $10,000. He was released after
Brozino was pronounded dead at Denton who assisted the Alachua Gooding all of Gainesville. Agents Williams and Delores Wilson, both of he posted a surety bond, according to
Shands Hospital Gainesville,accor- young man wearing a brown County ,Combined Nnrcptlcsand' said $2,100 in marked money used in Gainesville. Alachua County Jail records.
ding to Trooper T. C. Pace: shirt, dirty jeans and flip flops came:
Driver of the pickup truck, a 1980 into Terwillegar Motors late Tuesday .
Chevrolet was Wilbur Rogers also of afternoon and asked to try out a van ;!""
Raiford. No charges have been filed parked on the lot, As of press time Courts (
in the accident, according to Pace, neither the man or the van has been ''-'' .,from page 6))
'' '
Homicide Investigator, seen.
Damage to the pickup truck'. was The van Is a blue 1981 Chevrolet Eric Von Carroll, charged with Im- Eddie Taylor Jackson, chargedwith
$400. work van with a dark blue and white battery plead guilty and was
proper tag; adjudication v was ;
stripe on the side. There is no tag on withheld and he, was, fined $15 court fined $100 and sentenced to spend 10 cc 1'L
Man ArrestedFor ,the van, according to Deputy Sammy costs. .If" days on the weekends In jail. ,

Eunice James A. Harper, charged with no Kenny Ash McNeal, charged with
Growing Pot valid driver's license; adjudicationwas battery; plead guilty and was fined ..6
Still missing is a 1978 Chevrolet fined $100 and sentenced to spend 10 dayson
withheld and he was $29
Joseph P. McLaughlin, 27, of Brad- Cheyenne pickup truck stolen from the weekends In jail. .
court costs. ,
ford County was arrested June 22 and Lake Chevrolet in Starke June 7. The James A. Harper charged with Robbie Jenkins, charged with having (/d .
with {
charged manufacturing cannabis pickup is maroon with a wide white license
dismissed no fishing : plead guilty '
having no tag charges were -
according to Deputies John stripe down the hood. and he was fined $15 court costs. and fined $25. )' 0M ,
and at
Dempsey Stegall. The estimated value of the pickup is Michael Anthony Patrick chargedwith Sandra Dee Barnes charged with )
Acting on a complaint from a local ,
$4,700 according to Patrolman I
petit theft plead guilty' and was
failure to and exhibit a ;
citizen the carry
deputies obtained a search Richard Bennett. 'sentenced to 50 hours of community ,0
driver's license on demand; adjudica
warrant for the
McLaughlin propertyon cf
north US-301. Six small buckets of tion was withheld and he was fined$10 service under the supervision of the ;
Lawtey Man Guilty court costs Salvation Army and six months pro A
marijuana were' found
growing' on
that property and McLaughlin was Of Burglary and Theft bation. () in4Lc
Michael Anthony Patrick, chargedwith Charlie R. Griffis, charged with
,arrested, said Dempsey, WlI'kenon
Michael Clifford of improper tag; adjudication was passing a worthless check for $20;
Bond for the charge was set at Lawtey was found guilty of burglarywith withheld and he was fined $15 court plead guilty, fined$54.20 and required ia CAL7/IXJ
$1,000. McLaughlin was released on firearm and
a grand theft in costs. to make restitution.
his own recognizance. Bradford County Circuit Court June L

30.Assistant / ao att-

Child Restraint Law Gontarek presented State Attorney evidence John to Jay the STARKE., SHOE REPAIRciiiijiiiiii

court of Wilkerson burglarizing a .. .
Being Info1" j n'" ".. .,Complimentary Plant '" '
....Now $ ... home In Lawtey In February and tak-, wUrtn" 0)) ""'ii'iitti' !
I The FltifiLegis 1 W\II tId 6f--1 .ing.. ahotg t!11II'N, found Walker'brig -;u 'Q"1 \ !} : i intsMJWA.lQSa v 9,:,('ooir.mto6iOOpJmfJAMES .
the 1982 W t' ilfy'a g it.'A presentenceInvestigation
fect July 1, according to the Department was ordered by Judge 1 T. WAINWRIGHT
of Highway Safety and Motor George Pierce. Superintendent
Each parent or legal guardian of a FSP Inmate Guilty IIILTON C. COLEMAN
child while transporting his child in a' A ".a ON ALL Instructol"
Having Weapon
passenger car van, or pickup truck' i3 .
registered in the state of Florida if Florida State Prison inmate !
the child Is five years or younger, William Hoggard was found guilty in SfiOESSnake
must provide for the protection of the Bradford County Circuit July 1 of
child by properly using a crash-tested possession of a weapon by a state 1\1 *
federally approved child restraint prisoner CUTLASS CIERA BROUGHAM
device. Assistant State Attorney Thomas "
For children aged'' through three Elwell presented evidence to the Boots Sunroof, landau top, PS, V-6, No. 1001,_ AT, AC, cruise, plus
years, such restraint device must be a court of a weapon found In the toilet in '
separate carrier For children aged Hoggard's cell at FSP. 'The jury 65
through five years, a separate carrieror returned a guilty verdict within twen-
a seat belt may be used. ty minutes. Judge George Pierce 9588 .
The Statute requires that no person sentenced Hoggard to five years to be
wtih violating this section ,served consecutively.
shall convicted if,prior to or at the'' Hoggard is currently serving 16 Tall Linemen'sBOOtS 6 5 1

time of his court or hearing ,appearance years for robbery in Duval County (Steel Toe; ) . .
he produces In court, or and six months for Attempted escapein I.
submits to the clerk of the court in Union County. If you love your feet don't!forget to take care of your shoes 1'i
which the charge is pending,' proof ofacquisition

of a required child --
restraint. 'News of Record
Penalty for violatoR of this StatuteIs
$13 according Sheriff Dolph Redr Marriages dissolved: 'during the
dish. month of June, 1983 in Bradford Coun. I. v OPEN' 8-5:3O: 'Mon,-FrI. 8-12'Sat.
ty.Patricia Beard, Mosley and Stop By or Can Over '83 DELTA 88 Royal Sedan

FSP Inmate Guilty Franklin. Mosley. Loaded with No. 1184
964-7911 14 experienceFAST Equipment
,Battery< of Officer Raymond Everett and Reace

.Everettv' : ,:', List Price''.... 12,329"
Florida State PrUon" inmate "'
James! C7: Lovell and. Debra J, F
Eugene Henry,35, was found guilty of Loveli, FAST FRIENDLY SERVICE: Save '1,505"
two counts of battery of a law enforce- Carl c. Coxwell and Mary J. Cox-
ment officer In Bradford County Circuit well. Hwy. 301 407 N. Temple Ave. *

Court Friday. Jose Vicente Para'and April MeskoParra. ; Starke Florida 10,98800
The court received testimony thaton ,We Install and Check'System,
DeC. 22, 1982 Henry struck Officer'A. John' A. SlocUm and Betty Ann
J. McCartney In the forehead with Slocum. (FREE)

,his fist'and bit the hand of Officer "Ancil C. ',Tetstone,Jr. ,and Janice,
Peter Brill according to Assistant Tetstone ,
State Attorney Mack Futch, The jury 'Samuel JA. Hawkins and Linda Bt, :

found Henry to be guilty. Hawklrau, ,
Henry was sentenced by Judge'' Marie P. Barker'and Mark Allen a "
John Crews to five years on each i; arker. :: .. : GLAslIJlIUGI.AS
count. The sentence 1s to be served, :;.:'argufus'Huichings and Ethel. ,E.: P.Hutchlngs. .
consecutively' with the sentence -- d
Henry is now serving Kenneth M. Struth and Virginia p.: '
Henry has received, numerous I Struth. 83 CHEVY, S-10 PICK-UP
disciplinary reports since he began a, Oscar Leon Wells and Edna II. -lea.teq.OfSTAR'KETOP ;
10-year prison term in May }976,for Wells. 9.9% Financing APR NO.. 1389
from Pasco County.' and'' Bobble
burglary Roger E. Culverson '
Jean! Culverson. QUALITY 288 DOWN 169 MONTH

Traffic Violation' 1 Former Dolphin Reese Stocking the Batteries 'YOU May Need 48 mos., W.A.C. plus( Tax & Ta

Willie Lee Davis of Bradford County \ Released From LCI .

was driving arrested while July his 4 and license chargedwith wassuspended Former:'.Miaditt, Dolphins player : 1 'I. I ,

according to,.Patrolman I Don Reese was released from Lawteyi, t i ,
<< i
,:Paul Rhoden. \ .\ ,Correctional Institution June 2t, according -; :
; ,"Bond for the charge was set at$200. to Superintendent James. } NOW Rebuilding
I heposted
Davis 22,: was. released after Wamwrlght.
: ;; a surety bondJoseph Reese. 31, was sentenced to serve'
six months to five years for violating: ; r ,
P; McLaughlin, .tI. was art parole terms of his 1977 drug' :
rested July and charged with driving trafficking conviction. The'' ex-
While his license was suspended 01' 'National Football League player was))
according patrolmet! PLW33i charged with violating Lila parole only -,; '
revolted, ,
before it would have expired, Generators
T ,charged ,alter he co-authored a C
i eft' Moore last summer ta[
: McLaughlin with no valid{ driver', story dug Illustrated mapaine'about .- r- =
I Hcense\ driving'while lIcense: abuse In the NFLw'The I
-writ of< attachment, Florida Probation and Autmnoflw Commercial Marine
faTuretopay child support for the ,Commission last month set Reese's I "HEw" Alternators '
Suva CoVntyi Sheriffs i Office. .Bond >release date the 'earliest,'possible Firm Equipment Lawn M *er Starke 964.7500 301 North i

for the charges wall set.at S26 for under terms of his sentencing last #4 Month Warranty! ) ar' :, Motorcycle. Gainesville 372-01 Starke, Florida

NVDL;'3251 for NVDL$501.for DWLS'' summer. Reese's" plans for, the future ".... '" -
the writ,' .re uncrrtalnt
""find no bond for


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. Keystone Heights Ads. .......... .. .. .0. ... .... .,:; SI.I..i.,\h.... .. 1 New FBI File will Help


WANTED SERVICES 1970 SCAMPER I Identify Missing ;Persons
access loll from fS.SOO Lawrence Blvd.'N..., door -UP CAMPER
(900 down. $71.74 per to Andrews Drugs. Also MATURE WOMAN wanting Hit a HERS Complete Hair Gal Stove, Ice box + US. Senator Paula Hawkins of enter recordn into the National Crime
month. Discount on entire several large offices for part time cashier/clerk Car.. Sculptured Nails atCandy's owning. Good condition. I t I Florida said today the FBI'S Implementation Information Computer on unidentified
10 acr... On. waterfront r.nt In rear. of building position. Call 473.4325.7/7 Gold N' Comb 101 $995. Call of tttl unidentified dead- bodies. By September 30, 1983
lot. Call 473.437*. 7/7 facing Flamingo. Call Itchg Commerclol Circle' file will to enter the second
become the FBI expects
31.1160 P.M.Carpet a meaningful tool to
oftcr 5
tfnchg 4733411. 7/7 tfnchg 4737874. 6/23 4tchg 7/14 help local law enforcement officers phase of operation, in which it will be
match records of able to match
corner ol Lawr.nc. Blvd next to State Farm Teacher/Mom providing with bodies they cannot missing persona .unidentified dead file with records of
and Flamingo near SR-100 Keystone Center CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING TLC. Reasonable rates Cleaningand Identify.
and SR-21 Intersection $!60/Mo; Keystone Every year, from a' to 5.000 missing persons.
should be submitted to the especially lor morn work unidentified Hawkins request, the
4-leparole office complexes Heights Realty, Inc., RestorationMost bodies are found by At Senator
Lake Region Monitor office ing port time. .75-1617. police. entered in the uniden-
; corner lot with .n. REALTOR 4734961 7/7 Many of them are children, first
In writing and paid In advance 7/07 2tpd 7/14 effective
most that of 'PrintensDoe
trance on 3-sid.s of tfnchg unless credit Is wayto were the victims of violent tified dead file was
building. Owner financed 2 BR 2 Bath furnished already established with clean' crime, and all are subject to burial In'' ,' a teenager estimated to be bet
Kith, low Interest rote Call mobile home with washer this off ic.. MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMERICAN 1 'John Doe' or 'Jane Doe' graves." ween IS and 19 years old whose body
473-4920 or 473-3411 7/7 and dryer. Monday MONITOR STAFF CAN Dry circular foam method Senator Hawkins said. "Whenever a was found In a Blairstown,' New
tfnchg through Friday 9 a.m. .6 NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLEFOR j Call for FREE Demonstration body Is burled In an anonymous Jersey cemetery. She had been
477 CHEVROLET PICKUP .'/* p.m. and Saturday, 9 MISTAKES IN LEGION HAll.Sr-21, Saturdays grave, the police have given up hope murdered. When efforts. to identified
ton 4... LWB.xlrocl.on, a.m.-1 p.m. Call 473.2747. CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS 7 p.m. Public Invited j COOKIE, 73-3857 for identifying It, and the indlvldual'8 her failed, despite an Intensive Investigation
automatic transmission $250 p.r month plus $100 TAKEN OVER THE 7/7 tfnchg. B iSfiEIYlMilMJffiHE family faces a lifetime of false hope by the local police, virtually
free wheeling hubs d.posit.tfnchg 7/7 TELEPHONE. ALCOHOLICSANON'MOUSa and despair. That Is a fate no family the.entire town turned out for
3500. 473-3111 6/16 FURNISHED MOBILEHOMEt Classified deadline Is Cloi.d 'Used Mobile Homes should have to face and one I hope the her' funeral.
tfnchg Couple or bachelor prefer Tuesday noon prior to meetings Monday 8 p.m. creation of this file will help "This is one of many tragic
COCK A TIEL BABIESi Raised red $175/mo. plus Thursday publication. Open meetings Friday 8 2 & 3 Bedrooms mitigate." mysteries that I hope the unidentified
In my Aviary. Easy to deposit. Call 4751368. 7/7 Minimum charge Is 15 p.m. Alanon Monday 8 The unidentified dead file was dead file will help to solve," Senator
tame |lust w.an.d. Special tfnchg words for $2.75, then 10 p.m. All meetings at established by Senator' Hawkins ,Hawkins said. "Chances are' good
of five 4BR.. 3V.Bathi House In Educational Community One full warranty
prices quantities cents for each word Building year Missing Children Act,which was sign that somewhere the family of
or more. Call anytime, Melrose area. Kitchen fully thereafter. Church 473-2790 or Completely! Reconditioned
473-2130. ed Into law last year. Implementationof 'Princess Doe' is searching her,
473-74SI. 6/30-7/28 5lpdPADDLEBOATt equipped fully carp..d.wood 7/7 tfnchg
Two stov., large yard. OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS the file was delayed and full use waiting for word, hoping against hope
Old. seats 2. Removable References required. PERSONAL No dues, fees or weigh Int. John D. Brown will come in stages, to give the FBI she will return. If you multiply this
vinyl top. $350. Call 400mo., $100 deposit. SERVICES Open meetings Tuesay's, time to develop the necessary pro- case by several thousand, you have
Jacksonville, 268.2894, Call 2646688. 6/30.7/7 7:30: p.m. Community Home Center Inc. cedure. Under the first phase of some idea of the dimensions of the
weekends 473.2818. 2tchg Church Educational operation, which began June 30 the problem that I hope we will begin to
7/7.28.'chg SMALL CABIN for single only CARPENTRY AND MASONRY Building Keystone SR-21 473-3775 Keystone Hft FBI will accept data from police and address with the creation of this. file."
STUMP KNOCKER 111 with by lake Wlnnott. $100 WORK Building patios, Heights, 473.2790. 7/7
trailer motor controls andremote p.r month with electricity additions, remodeling tfnchg .
steering, $650. Included. Call 475-2807. homes and tile work. Fr. |I liNGO lion. Club ocr.ssfrom Timber-growers Should Reserve Seedlings
473.3207 after 5 7/7 7/711pd ..lImal... Phone 473-4473 high ochoa
ttchg p.m. CARPENTER during day. 7/7 tfnchg WORK Tuesdays. Early Bird 7 .Ijllill hI 11111 R.I 1111111/11/ !III III! !! IISIRENTAL Florida landowners planning to taken after July 1 for delivery of the

BROWNING COMPOUND WANTEDPART p.m.; Regular 7:30 p.m. enter the lucrative bare-root seedlings for the winter
BOW plus accessories. Excellent Remodeling work kitchen Public Invited. 7/7 tfnchg. timber-growing
field next winter planting season. The production Is a
condition $175. cabinets and trim carp.ntry. were urged recently
Call 473-7777 7/7 Itchg2RR. TIME BABY SITTER for Reasonable prices. = to reserve their supply of low-cost sharp Increase over last year and Is in
.. MOBILEHOMEl New sweet 4 month old. Little Call 473-2477 after 530 Classified Ads ; tree seedlings Immediately.The response to the anticipated higher de-
floor coverings, flexible, Lok. Geneva Call coll.ct p.m. 7/7 tfnchg Get Results = == Florida Division of Forestry, mand.
owner terms, Clay County 384-4883 or 473-2005 CARPET AND VINYLs repairs __ ii__ Department of Agriculture and Con- Florida led the nation last year by
Owner salesman. weekends. 6/30-7/7 2tchg and Installations. Free -- =:: e Electronic i:: sumer Services, expects a heavy de- planting 163 million additional trees
17500. Call 659.2269 ..lImal... T.n years .. Typewriters ,mand for planting stock during the and for many years has been among
Grondin. 7/7.21 Stchg LOSTFOUNDFOUNDt perience. Call 473-4217 Steve Broadway 1083-84 witner as the economic appealof the top few states in reforestation.
FURNITURE AND PLANTS and ask for Craig. 7/7 s timber-growing has brightened in Prices of this year's crop of forest
Chrome dinette. $30 Bed Rusty brown tfnchg TREE SERVICE 45005 recent years.It tree seedlings to landowners per
frame and h.ad board female 5.6 month old WILL BABYSITt Monday Iii : 1,000 trees, are:
hanging lamps, club chair Welnhelmer In Twin Lakes through Friday. G.n.va Removal per mo. Is estimated that future wood North Florida slash f 14; Improved
2 bath sinks, ar.a. No collar-no tags. Lak. Estates ar.a. Call Trimming == needs of Florida's increasing population slash, $16; South Florida slash., *16;
miscellaneous clothes, Call 473.3526. 7/7 473-2528. 7/7 1tpd Free Estimate will double or triple within the Choctawhatchee sand pine, $14;
plants Crystal Hometites, LOST In Keystone Beach HAVI LAWN MOWER Will Firewood ? !!II THE OFFICE iii next 25 years, meaning that trees Loblolly, S14; rust-resistant Loblolly
Reasonable. Call
COB off SR-100. Follow area female German cut grass.
should be for J17;, Virginia pine, $20; Longleaf pine,
now ready
with block .73.70727/7 Anytime planted .
signs 4732341. 7/7 Itpd .h.ph.rd spoton KS3SBSJ SHOP ; '
tongu. REWARD OF. CARPENTRY! repairs in.stollatlons III harvest in a time of very high de
Prices'of available hardwood trees
FERED. Call 4733041Classified doors, windows 473-4732 mand.
Subscribe Today! cabinet shelving 110 W. Call 964-57641Q1 W.H. Helm, Chief of Forest per 1,000 are: Red Cedar,' $50;
LAKE REGION partitioning paneling Call After 5 P.M. I Management, said that 83 million Dogwood, $60; Live oak, $50; Laurel
MONITOR Ads .73.252O.7/7.28.pd. i Keystone Heights l Uli liii 111; !IIJII 1111 Jill 111111111111111FOR [ trees will be offered for sale at the oak, Red$50: Sycamore, $40, Sweetgum' ,

Licensed ft Insured cost of production with orders being $40; maple, $40 .
473-2210 Get Results ,
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I Union County Ads .. . ... . . . . . . ... WANTED WANTEDEXECUTIVE ,

DING' MACHINES FOR ] 160 S. Lake Avenue, NEID EASY PART-TIMI DIRECTOR Union home site, 23 acres
REALTY RENT Union County Tlmet, lake Butler, 496-3978. JOB Pick blueberries. County Housing Authority cleared 35 acre In
kzet tSvC. \ FLORILAND HELP ISO Main Str..t Lak. Compl.t. Insurance Ser Early morning 'late afternoon le seeking application. for woodland tobacco' allot
WANTED Butler. Phon. .'2261 for vice. TFN.Subscribe. at Schretimann'l the position of Executive ment, cypress fish pond
964-7700 Information TFN 10/1 Field In Providence. 2-chg Director. This position Is next to large hunting area.
9a 6/30 77EXECUTIVE responsible to the Board ol ,51.250.00 per;acre..Owner
393 N. Temple Ave., Starke DIRECTOR for Commissioners for oilaspects .will. finance with 20 per
Realtor* Vernle P. Odom Broker GRI Applications _. .i j ".Z\ _, Today/ Developmental Traiplngtii of this operation of 'cerjt, down: Denison, RealtyKUEertRIE.J'SchWtSfi.onn's
;.: <"*'"..."*** bVOdom/irrvAssoclate; ..... s are now being taken B ;tiPC.Bs '|m Union County,, aat5di10 wpf3tj i hu.Ir\ia I \ Inc19OJ1! 354439't1FN

COMMERCIAL BIDG: 1' for,a Stark morning .. ... .. .. . .. .... .... .. . ,:Ssg4; .of r.F/urt-9Pd, reference/ fwcj toi leter In.>, .,ProlKt.M w6,' I1V. car! 2,000 ft. lot In slderoble knowledg. ol
$17,500.sq. on city CAll FOR DETAILS ON HOMES SEVERAL FOR SALE paper rout. ,. ,."-&A- ? '* dustrlaf "Complex, ol l administrative and You pick or"'we'pick call

'BANK REPO Comm.rclal FROM 32000. Applicant must be Starke Raiford P,O. Box 368, management concepts and 755.0211 Tues.-Sat. 7:00: till
property. Hwy 301. Block J'/t ac. priced to ..11. owner moving near city limit. able to post a cash Gainesville' ; )II looking for an early morning Ralford >l 32083. 2-chg practices In a governmental BOO: Sun. 12:30: till 8:00:
20 .c., Hampton area, mtg. assumable on part of 6/30 77WORK ag.ncy.P.rf.r 2-. p.m. -chfl: 6/16 7/7
bldg. 2.400 sq. ft. on 1.37 prlc. bond and have moto'route carrier In the Stark. area. STATIONSUPERINTENDENT years experience In Public 283 MOBILE HOME 48X24. 3

ac. Paved parking. el ac.. East of Starke .....nt Rd splits property. reliable car- and Good lecond Income $500 monthly 3-3Vt Position Housing. Salary BDRM, 2 both C/Heat and

BEAUTY, SHOP rink barbershop Excellent b..lldlnglat. Country Club area, appro I'/i phone. hr.. pr day ((65 mile). Cash bond deposit of available work station negotiable. Malt resume Air fireplace,' 'masonlte
skating lams acres, 11.500. 964.5165 $250. superintendent at a by July II, 1983 Indicating' siding shingle roof. must
.equipment 28000. -S acr... 301 South with 474.M It. on highway I sheltered workshop for the alary requirements sell 496-2218 2-.pd 6/30
2 BR. 2 BA frame home on lake Bedford large lot, .house In need of repairs, I 371.1416 964-8170 Dovelopmentally Disabledof educational ond employment 7/7

2 ac. CH/A large porch greet location owner flnanc.d. I ....... ...-..........,..,....,..... .,.... Union County. High background and HOUSE ON CORNER LOT 3
utility room-area. Has ..- I ... .. .. 4. . .. .. s s .s ... School diploma and two references to: Selection BDRM 2 bath C/Heot and
tra septic tank < power Telephone years experience. required .Commlttle. Union County Air. 4th St' Lake Butler,
pole for trailer. 40000. *m *u.v*miL-mmi m-i.iniSSSeXiaiM Send resume and Housing Authority<715 EW 496-2900 after 4:00 p.m.
.:J BR. 2 BA. C/B with larg. Solicitors two letters of reference to Main SI. Lake Butler, Fl 2-chg 6/30 7/7 '
cov.r.d CH/A, 6 LIMITED TIME ONLY Part-TIm. the Industrial Complex of 32054 IbM MOBILE HOME In
patio. I 7/7
celling fans, water softner Working hours .. .. ... ., .S S S ... ... ... .... .t!. Raiford P.O. Box 368 .- -chg good condition: Set up In '
., 55000. Raiford Fl 32083. lake Butler. Curtains Ap
SPORTSMANS DREAM Monday through Fri SharksGrahamBrook.rGainesville EOE/AAE2-chg 7/7 PERSONALSERVICES ... Only ".5001! Call
: 3 br.. brick veneer, 1% bath, central H/A 496-3328 anytime. 2-pd
Fish camp Sampson Lake. day.S Sun It looking for an early morning WANTEDWILL
2.72 ac., 156 ft, on Sampson carport utility room and carpeting P.M. to 9 P.M. motor rout. carrier In the above area. GOING 6/301/7 OUT OF_ ". _, I
Lake 760 ft. on canal Phone 964-5165
bar room bait on your lot Good second Income $450 to $550 monthly PAY CASH For Your PAINTING of homes For SALE Green frog ceramics
and tackl.game shop room living 8i30AM eSi30PM 3-3'1. hrt.per day ((70 miles). Cash depositof used mobil. home. Roy more Information call going out of business sale.Bisque .
F la.Times Unionhwrnnar .enwore' and
Pow.II.96-3377. TFN. 496-2334, 46-3892, gr
boots andkick.rs. $200.
quarters $31,800
off also
462-2896. paint at 30 percent
378-1416 or 964-S170 3200 Sq. .Ft. FREE MANURE call 496-2102. lots of molds fof sole.
3-5 AC. tracks of beautiful c.
PartTimeOpportunity FREE KITTENS Kittens, halfpurtien. Please call before you
pasture, SOLD >.' track 964-6853 PHONE 964-6853 .. ... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .... War.hou>* We need a good come out 496-2444. 2-Chg{
contracts alr.ady.. pending 1,000 sq. ft. office' or retell name.. Were no troubleand 7/7' j
.on two. Homes Supervising young I "'!"' ':' era*. Leading dock. 100 ft. were free ond own..
10 AC--- home Longchamp Inc. I Classified' \
SOLD tales persons for off US-MI H>rm. will deliver. CaN 43M324.
shop ch gland.| '
,1pd 7/7
((904))712.3931 Starke, Florida Florida Times Union. 4 alDROOM'HOMI on 2.8 acres with 30 pecan tree. Call 964-5294 Get Results j,

Linda Weber Associate 11V4 & 13V4 AVAILABLE Evening Hours. and 300 ft. major highway frontage J33.9CO. L
782-3224 have 2 IKDROOM HOME and a 1 bedroom guest home In
P.O. Dr.w.r M VA IF YOU QUALIFY FHA Must car. dependable lawn S22.900.. .. .. .. . .. e. .! ... .s. .. f t Marty'sRoofing I

301 S. Lawt.y 30 ACRES $ .000 per acre. Waldo I
BUILDING LOTS In- Starke, I3OOO each; 4 to chooie !

from. Gain-swill Sun !I. lookjng for an I All types Roofing

early morning motor rout. carrier and Repairs, ;

for the Waldo area. Good second Income I

mfr I ImErl' 3.3'1. hr>. ]
$500 monthly p.r

.. 2I. day ((60 mlUs). Cash deposit of $300.. &Licensed Insured. j

ill Neighborhood' Properties Inc. 378-1416 or 964-8170. I
h H 964-5231 .1. . .. . :.. .: : .. :. ..:.... .
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