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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 7, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'A $500,000 cash Settlement has been The attorney credited Mayor CrosbY' '. ''''
negotiated with Fortune 500 company with talking with the McGraw'-Edison.,' '
McGraw-!:dison :io'pay' for Starke's attorney the hall. 'Crosby let it be ,; ,
electricity broken generating unit. known he'' was: ready to, take the .
} y a ,t political consequences ,If no settlement : .
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bad, Washington, D.C. based, Jablon said.
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.attorney, Robert A: Jablon told city on for. city'
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this size to sue a Fortune 500 mpant .
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rawEdison.to get saUsfactionsaidthesoft-spoken'':
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each! of, the next seven years, Attor- attorney.Commissioners ''Vernon Silcox, .the ., ,
nies are still haggling over details of mayor when the suit;'was'Initiated a .::::;: ;
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...xi agreement little over two years ago, said.the important
"I think it'* fair," said'Jablori,. of thing was for'the city to
a N7Vy the firm Of Spiegel and McDIarmid, :hang ,together:,, and- he was right?"" :.
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wrested the right for the. city to buy Commissioners complimented .attorney -
power from Florida Power &Light, : Jabloq on negotiating the settlement.'If.U -
ro f Ntv% ,ylr ix and to purchase'a small part'of the wasn't.for,him.1 thW
one of FPL's. nuclear'"generating'' thing would never have'gotten off the' ,..:;.
,"Units.Cpmmisr'.soners. 'ground: 'said .Commissioner .Silcox. -
: ;; were all aware of Jablon has negotiated a deal that will .
the deal' ,negotiated In. Federal :be, known all.oy8t. the'countrY, Silcox .'..
1" District .Court 11'1| Jacksonville'\twq' said. .' .- ,' ,
weeks ago. At the negotiations were' The 3,300 KW capacity Worthington
city attorney Terry Brown; Mayor'' engine, was ,bought ;.back In the _.
,Jimmy Crosby, 'City Electrical mid-1970s in a;$754,00(1'project( ,which
Hot Humid Rehearsal... Superintendent Bill Weldon,'attorney also enlarged with! power,plant Big
Joe Jacobs from Tallahassee, and, number 8, was to have .been the'
,Even though graduation Is tomorrow night and they'll want to do U right Principal Jim Duncan, just as hot u, the Nenlurs, had t the1!!job or putting the Jablon. backbone of the city's generating'I
then, the seniors of I98J could work up little enthuslam rehearsal under group through Its' pa4.'es. "- McGraw Edison first talked about system capable'. of:supplying, firm
the hot, humid Wednesday afternoon sun. the empty stadium In the background will be full o( parent. .. and.friends. repairing the-engine, which worked power jnvich. of the time. The engine
Friday night, no matter the heat. ; p for less than year and on which the actually cost around $500,000.: Plus,.
-. ", I" city spent $130,000 trying to repair. there ,was switchgear and. the, plant
,,/$ .: McGraw-Edison'attornies' backed off modifications. .
S.A ':' 'I""' ; ", ::' '; ." the repair angle' when their Own: The city will still own; the, engine
:, Graduation. : .,. 'engineer said the unit (:ould;not :Jbe after- the settlement i is. .signed,
o ,4 ., made to 'operate' In Starke, /Jablon hopefully: It will, supply many parts.
. ., .said. ,Commissioner Charles, Schaeferasked .
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podium tomorrow night. (Friday Kimutis, Jr., and Is. the grand point averages of 3.0 3.4, include: members Valarie Jenkins,'
June 8)) at 8 p.m. In the Bradford High daughter of Mr. and Mrs.'Edward F. Gwendolyn Mashell Brown, lip Crews, Karen Kimutis, Downtown Committee
School stadium to get the tassels on Kimutis, all of Starke. Sue Cassels, Lori Ann Clark, hard Murray, Valarie Randolph, ,
their caps turned I left to right. Miss Roach salutatorian of the Flynn, Cary Franklin my Muse, Kim Sapp, Sam Nor-
After the 'graduate processionallines Class of 1984 with a grade point Lari Ann Johns; George ), Rhonda Sapp, Gordon Smith,
are seated, John Lee Tinsler, a average of 3.806, is the daughter of Steve Marshall Alan Lane M KI :. Smith, John Stafford, Lisa To Visit DoraMoves .
member of the Class'of 1984, will give Mr. and' Mrs; Kenneth Roach of ney, Kelly Miskanic, Martha Lee White; Lenore Welty and Mount
the Starke. Murphy, Theresa Elizabeth ; White. r I
Steve Marshal, senior class presi Four Bradford High School Lorie Sheen Snow, and Darrell ;; class officers who have serv-
students will graduate with high Wagner on three fronts a .trip to think It ,we don't. /do it, nobod/else
dent, will sing the National Anthem, ( tI.' this year Include; President Steve I
.and also give Introductory remarks. honors, meaning they have grade '' School Superintendent Toin' shall 'Vlce-President 'Mary redevelop Mount Dora and a push to will., ,
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point or Theyare 'see commission follows
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Jim Duncan will '"' city
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Principal perform '
will shake the hand of Campbell Secretary "
: Mount\ Dora Visit...
introductions. There will be no guest place each scarlet and grey tassel Wimberly, :Treasurer lana, < through with plans to demolish burn- ..;.: I
James Micheal Christ mas..son of ;ed out buildings,.and the possible .'
speaker at this year's ceremony. and ''.the cap from left to right, and p Pollard, 'Senator Lucretia purchase A trip to Mount Dora is tentatively'
Mr. Mrs. Edward Christmas of '
of the Rosenberg building on set for June 22, if details can be worked
each with a diploma, to formally \ Bright, Senator Gwendolyn
address will be by Starke.
Welcoming given East Call 24
Street were made'May
out to meet with officials of that
Senator Michelle
mence the evening ceremonies. 'i; $ .Brown, ;
Salutatorian Michelle Lynne Kimutis, Cheryl Marie Furrow, daughter of KimutiSc ,,'" .N by Starke's Downtown progress Com- town to see how redevelopment! was I
and the. farewell address and Mr and Mrs. Donald, Furrow of The 'processional and mittee. carried out there
Catherine Ruth Roach, class Valedic- Starke. 'will be played by the award 1984 "graduating class chose as Committee.member Harry" Green; j ,
torian Michelle Lynne Kimutis. Michelle Lee Stillwell, daughter of BUS Marching Band. motto Make of life is the .most 'of lifer. ., Burned-OutBuildings.... who travels in Florida and Georgia In .
A 3.952 grade point average has Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stillwell of Closing prayer ,wilt be given ,b mos gone.- \t'Chairman Jolin.: Miller and some search of -antiques recommended ''i
earned Miss Kimutis the title of Brooker. senior class vice-president Class'fiower is the red rose. Class half dozen committee members- Mount Dora:about 100 miles south of I
valedictorian of the Bradford High Julee Ann Wise, daughter of Mr. Delores Campbell. >-, : |Is :"Js ;This.The&: EndV. Class' ,colr tended, the.June 5 city commission Starke as one of the best examples ofredevelopment I
School Class, of 1984. Michelle is the and Mrs. Wallace Wise of Starke. Ushers and' Usherettes lot, .are'scarlet! and grey \' meeting, Urging ,the city- commis- to date. j.

'sioners to move on naming a code enforcement Committee members want td question I
board. Mount Dora officials about procedures
Unit Mayor Jimmy Crosby reported he : .for obtaining grant '.to get
I 20-28 Apartment Complex Proposed in Lawteyapartments thinks the commission will have a downtown redevelopment: underway:

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by Judy MiscallyBCT with 2 bedrooms each, public hearing lor.a'changc in1 J'.land( time clerk, Mrs. Barbara Watts', due after.Chairman'Miller congratulated the Rosenberg, Building,.,
and four apartment with 3 bedrooms. use, saince the' land is currently to the physical condition of hel"'husband council on adopting its new Unsafe Committee members also discuss-
Staff WriterA Also included would be a line-in apart classified for single famlli"dwelling.J Barry:, who had a stroke five building and nuisance ordinances and i ed acquiring the two-story Rosenberg r
proposal for a 20.28 unit apart- ment manager, a 6-washer, 3-dryer nly. V- "1' weeks ago and.undergoing therapY': ,' offered the committee's assistance if" building on the NE corner at the Intersection -,
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ment complex Inside the city limits laundromat for residents, and a A public hearing will be advertised' the council need it. of Thompson' and' Call
was presented to Lawtey commissioners 'sewerage treatment plant for the .for' the next regular council meeting Discussed, selling a window air. Removal of several burned-out': Streets;;either through the Historical
at their regular 'monthly' complex. The apartment would be July 2 at 7:30: p.m. Concerned, ,conditioned previously used in city houses around, town Is basic to the Board, of Trustees or. by' declaring
meeting Monday night, June 4. brick veneer with central heat and ,residents will be heard at that time,; hail,'and a 1967 2-ton cab and chassis. redevelopment progress!,the committee \ itself a non-profit corporation.. 'L
Plans for the $750,000 complex were air, carpeting, paved driveways and along with corporation'' official conif Room is needed In the city'compound, feels. E.L. Matthews termed the
presented by George Grosse, a paved parking. ments. "' for newly purchased vehicles; ; It was decided at the'last Downtown Rosenberg ..building :.a "key", in
general partner In a corporation call- The housing project would not be At the conclusion of ,the presenterlion Received 13-signature petition Committee' meeting two downtown redevelopment ''Architec.
ed Lawtey Apartments, Ltd. subsidized housing and would be com- Grosse! requested a. letter from from local resident Jimmy Scott requesting weeks ago;however that the commit-1 turally it's very' interesting and It
Grosse told the Lawtey council the parable to a project recently built in the City stating that the corporation is : city water outside' town tee'would not recommend to the city could be really beautiful." Matthews
project, hopefully will be financed by Baldwin, Minimum rent fort a 2-BR seeking a land use ''reclassification: limits on NE Avenue/Terrace' off council which building to initiate action saldJ' ,
the Farmers Home Administration unit is $225 per month, plus utilities. that city water would be available for CR225east. : on, but to1' simply let the council The' group i discussed i either ,'p r--
(FmllA) for families with incomes. in Currently the land the corporation apartment use, and that the the. $10,000 to $20,000 bracket. is considering is four acres at Adams would grant access to the easement,, Unanimously 'agreed td1, request following Up on the newly: adopted or. asking price or inquiring whether the
"We would like to get your blessingon and Pine Streets, right across the ,. 'should, that be necessary:: City"of" thevan currently being kept at LWCIbe finances, owner .ma.want. to donate' it to the
It so we can submit a package for street from Commissioner Buster ;::, ficials stressed the letter of Intent was brought back to the city compoundfor Taking action to;speed up the enforcement ,historical board as a tax shelter.
the FmHA"" for financing" and construction Bennett and just .NW of Lawtey r'in no'' way approval the land use the city's: use when'necessary City process is not a popular The group agreed to invite attorney
Grosse said. It would probably" Elementary .r: change, only' that it is being reit employee Danny Phillips had to rmove.l\1iller.S Id..bullS' necessary if. Terry Brown and local builder Gerry
; take several months to> go The property is 'currently occupied .""J quested, drive the dump truck to Gainesville Improvements the City; are to get Ely'to Its next meeting at.9:30: a.m.
through all these steps probably six by Mrs. Madeline. Prevatt, and is :'., and, Mayor'' .Marvin 'Ro ler' stated under way. tt', .June 19, ta discuss setting up a nonprofit
months before starting construction." owned by Ellis Gibson of Maryland. In other action, the council; "r.r' r.., "..,In addition to the truck' being expensive "It could be months of waiting'if.we, ''corporation ::to: purchase the
Depending on a survey of needs' for The land has not yet been purchased; to operate;,,it cost us a $too 'don't move'now," Miller said.< Rosenberg building and discuss.an
the:,area,. it would probably be 24 the.first step in this direction will be a i "Accepted the'resignation of'part-. .1Ii< wrecker charge, too;?' ;Member Carolyn! ,Autry !agreed! 'M\ estimated. tt; cost-of renovation..



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A time extension until July lis be dent, have'.to be'met, the architect school, board member.J.T. ParrtslL.i .heavy equipment class 'for $18,500 formerly the Florida Employment ialljowlag' :students'the opportunity .to

'ii from contractor Ernest pointed out ., A 3,590 square foot cafetoriunTat from Florida-Georgia ;Tractor'Co'in; Service." JSF is leaving the old tour, -see what jobs are available and allow.
1 Test to give the school board time to "There isn't anything we can do to' .. Hampton Elementary was bid in'at Jacksonville; purchase' of'tools' was thouse, June'' 30 and will' pay"'lor Jng: job hunters to see what training is
see! if SsOooo'more can'' be found, to that building to save 25. percent," i." $207,72 two years ago. The 11 lPR '>, also approved, :. i'i't ,, 'renovating the'vo tech' complex.; The: available at the school, that ,would
build the Brooker cafelorium. Dompe told the school board. cafetorlum'plans are for $,120sgAION. 'Y ? /s; vo;tech'has room'.because the adult allow)them to move, ,Into an available
,1'/ A low base bid of $201.774 was submitted Dompe said he did not get a professional feet. yypt -Approval U> iiee(bids td purchase 'handicapped program through the ,job, '
\. by Trjest Construction Co, of cost estimate on the building, iSupt. ., Tried guaranteed his price fof:;30 an Intermediate sized tracto.aox; | school system, which has 14 students, '> .
; Keystone Heights. The ''school board .' Tom Casey pointed out the days past the May 21 bid opening$o, scraper or a service\ truck was also, ,will no longer be' funded and will be 'Approved agreement:
;? had been using a $130.000 figure. .sJ.: 4 budget year ends.June. 30, 41 an extension will be t.,, given the, vcn-tech administrators: discontinued. Bradford student. who desire allowing to at.>
*.'. 'It wouldbe.false; economy to at- "...andlthinkwe'repkaylndotlarsr" t 3 i Dompe; anticipating the board,'s.id' Director David Smith said ,purchase -.", Nancy C. McCurdy, regi'onat'tanager '' tend schoot Keystone Heights,The :
I' tempt 'to i trim 25 percent,from the, Casey ,and business''-manager Mike, he'd already discussed such a extension will be saved with money saved, over'Id counties for the Job agreement>is: in conjunction with the
J ":)j"j"building., architect Al Dompe told the Reddish huddled. announced the with Triest '1'' through bidding but as yet a decision Service -said locating employment ,C y.ClUJt Y'Sclroolllgard.
ti j. ':' school board Monday night June 4. 'amount of.' len, over funds should be';; t .:' has' not been made, wbll Ir'vehlcle, to, services Inside vo-tecb centers Is ;, .:
) ,Dompe said he talked with contractor known by July. t. 'A special- meeting j':' In other June 4 action the schoolApapi'bved buy, .'. ping beneficial. It has been done innverneos . (
I' .. Ernest Trtest, and it Waif agreed that will be called June 29 to discuss! carryover '. with much! success= she told, 4'..LMkie tddastihitec f(coccus is work.BHS.
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, '"1 .Statestandar quality' .' :; '.sounds'jmthev, : tj. '. purchase'' cf a' main building'of the-vo-tech'center"'" Vo-techi director Davk'Smith"saidthe tt.pkNtthby... it 10 "ve, ., 'the, ,
and Mae, stu- said Brooker& area 'bulldozer .',for' the' .Jo hi"Service of Florida, move will be the Juhytteetl <<."< -. .J
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tty? next year. The Concert Band,under direction of Jim Peronto,got a standing !
,.+ ; = ovation from. the full house of over 400 parents and friends fit its May con
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I" The Beginning Band and Intermediate Band also performed. The'begin
ners played the "Away We Go March" and "Down in the Valley." The in
., ,w" termediates played "It's a Small World, and Gilbert & Sullivan's :,'HM
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dy, plus "Monolith Overture" and its contest tunes. t
A summer band program is offered Tuesday and Thursday for four weeks ..
t at BMS for grades 6-7-8 beginning June 19 and ending July 12. Beginners will
meet 8-9 a.nx. Intermediates 9:IS to 10;15 a.m.,and Advanced. 10:30 to 1130;
a.m. i'
;* Advanced band members moving up to the high school band;if they decide
to join, will be Kim Birch Pam Carter, Rosalyn Traylor Chet Norman, t ta
Sherry Matttox, Stephanie King, Michelle Hendrix, Angela Joiner Robert i ;
Boone, Kenneth Owens, Dale Camels Trey Howard, Carol Baker, Charles J
; y r Cassner, Kevin Starling.Kenneth' Heiken. Mark Traylor,''Eric Nazworth, I ,/
i Kevin Blakenship, George Watson, Charmin Wilkerson. k
41- Playing flutes, at left, are Aimee Ferguson and Beth McKinney. BIU ,
+ Hamilton, at right, plays a tuba, almost too big for him, donated by the' r
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Disagreeing to the end, forcing In other action,.the commission: Job of coming up. with the'money to asked Cliff Chapman; director) >!of,, afternon to the Speedville Road to see neighbors who signed petitions citing 9
Chairman E.W. Hodges to break a 2-2 the cler!'. Emergency Services,. Chapman for themselves if a fence has been safety the reason for closing the pit,
deadlock,squabbling county commissioners Approved $2,750 to repair gutter didn't Know,He said the unit has been ,erected around a borrow pit operation reported Monday morning that no 11
finally agreed to buy a Fiat ing and painting for the county ,-Told Keystone area ,develoPerJack on order from Terwillegar Motors for' owned by Jack Fagan. fence has been erected, one of,the
Allis road grader. library. Librarian Arnold Weeks Courtnay that: no cahletelevi- seven months but that .recreation Jack Courtnay. ,one. of a group of stipulations the commission placed' ,
The $60,000 like-new Fiat-Allis will pointed out several hundreds of sion franchise has been granted any vehicle' manufacturers are' getting all ... .
be bought via a three-year lease- dollars of the library budget has been, firm, that the 2 firms, Bradford Video the.trucks available1.}U'a a'national' :.
purchase at $20,000 per year. Other returned to the,.county! .for the past_ and Clay Video, have simply been problem said Chapman. i
choices were a$74,000 John Deereanda several years. The library is eightyears given permission to operate here,and The new fire truck.tank Is being ,4& Captain
$94,000 Catapillar. old and the repairs amount to that anybody else would be welcome. welded,Chapman said. Next step is to, D's
Commissioner Homer Hart preferred some $340 per year, Weeks said. Courtnay said some residents in have the plumbing and pump Installed l. ,
the John Deere grader, saying One solution might .be to include Keystone Oaks are being quoted $800as before the work goes too far At A Division of f4NEyt ; '
repairs on it would be less expensive.. dollars in the library budget tor- a connection cost to cable TV. least: Chapman, said:. ,.progress. 11s being ,.- .
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charge the Department, suggestion for the rescue: truck, commissioners ;-C.o1nmiSSIQners .rode I 4; x(h 'J 'i 1"" H.r
preferred Fiat-Allis, pointing out it is r \\I' }; ( Monday
l less expensive, a. good. ,strong I ': '. 4Y, r 'o'M. : \ *"I"" .. n ..- t-"I '> r,. WEEKLY: ..Jc\i: !) !', ... .
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Commissioner Maxie' Carter secon- I ', "
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E.L. (Nook) Norman joining Hart in 2ht"loans ;I

dissent.Forced to choose Chairman E.W. r : MONDAY& TUESDAY

Hodges went with the Fiat-Allis, add, : '\ ';: 'I' '1f ':'
only half in jest, "...and if it breaks ::' 'r't. '
down in six months I'm going to fire ; 2-Piece Fish Dinner'
me three commissioners .t. ( .H'. tach'dinner Includes:
The "discussion" continued... ," '", I I'I -2 goldtfn brown fish fillets JL *
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the three machines," said Mosley: r :, 1 french fries tES4i 99
Fresh cole slaw
who operates an automotive, repaIr'. 1 <&p H .a
shop. : ; :' : 2 hush puppies '
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anything about equipment," Hart ,I Ii
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Well, (Road Foreman) JB. .' ,
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Commissioner"I wasn't trying Carter.to buy equipment' : >: '\ Fox people who:have better' : ;l tt; WEDNESDM..4TlLCLOSi

somebody likes. I'm trying to buy,: ': < ; ,

equipment Hart shot back.that will save' money. things to do .than wait. ;,:, 'J'i i : __ ALL-YOUCAN-EAT

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On Butler Edwards Rds. Some banks can make you always wanted. We offer : Specialty. breaded country-style fish

The commission upheld its zoning wait and wait to hear about competitive interest.rates fuels, natural-cut french fries, fresh ..
board's approval of a zoning requestby your loan. and up to 10 .E F cole slaw, southern-style hush $ .. .99
mobile Delano home Thomas and conventional to allow a 25-acre home At Florida National we know 'years to '{t .J1Iiiin- puppies and tartar sauce. ,

mixed development at the intersec- you have better things to do; So repay :1 It r. ->-. ;. Offer Good For Dining Room Service Only.4GreatSGndWiches.
tion of Butler and Edwards Roads in most cases,we The 2-hr. 'r '
just west of Starke.Developers ,
are attorney Gene Shaw jgiveyouyour boat ....
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and mobile home park operator and Q" answer in loan. _' __ ;
plumbing company operator R.V. ..-. two hours. Thanks to the speed of a Florida I

Durrance.Architect Frank Walrath said ejjc? The 2-hr. National boat loan you'could ,'
developers plan to ask for water and auto loan. be Welcoming your' guests I'

sewer service,from the city so landowners You could be cruising down the aboard your new boat sooner : Seafood Club Sandwich Pka $ 209
can buy 7,500 foot lots r.
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for a homesite. Mobile homes will be highway in the new car or RV of than YOU imagined.And we give ; '
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no less than 12 by 60 feet,according to your choice in no time. you up to 84 months to repay. ;. j'1 : I bacon mellow fish fillet on a toasted sesame seed bun crispy

zoning restrictions. Deed restrictions We give you fast answers. Comegettheansweryou ./' '; .., ,, -,' chopped, lettuce American cheese tomato slices

will paved ensure streets a quality and community a buffer' zone with Competitive rates.And up to 'want in the least possible time. : i "'* /i;/ ; > I fries ;fresh cole slaw special sauce natural-cut' french

around the property. 48 months repay; ::2-hr.toansonlyatf1orida'' .:!,, : ;1.; :

Two nearby property owners Pam The 2-hi. home Improvement National.'WhywoWd anyone .i.: ': : ,,.i,,'?J it'i; I::'' Sandwich Only $1/49

and Jimmy Tyson, it protested would add,the to loan.You're as little as two want tt to:wait longer?, ; : ;'t '

traffic development congestion saying cause their property hours away from finding .:;. .. .. : '. .' ," >':' ,!!:! .. .

.to be annexed Into the city and ; the extra money you need .)o""" 'p .. '. :'t'.I''' ;,:.: i .,,Okmtfteh, Sandwich Plotter.... $2,391

alter he their doesn't way want of life.to be Billy7yaonsaid part: of the to remodel your kitchen. .. l .' t: ;' ',1 r"1r r I : .'. .,,2 delicIOUs fish fillets on a big toasted bun with; tartar sauce
add a beautiful new : '. '. '.( j' ; :: natural-cut french fries .. '
city. Pam Tyson said other mobile ftd'eCUii5 ;, v fresh cole slaw
home parks in the county "have not den or extra room or :f( ...- t: i. "!;. ;; ", Sandwich

been well maintained, and there is no put in that pool youVeFlorida 1 mb[ Only 1.49
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assurance this park. will not become .. ; .. I ,', .. :.f\\ r ,
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Discussing the need for housing in ,. ,:.. ;, >, .' ; 79,
the area, commissioners noted that "' 1'6 .. 'j" .! T I Pish. Sandwich Platter..........;,."$ .
not everybody can afford'a. permanent \ '. ",, E : :. < ; :: .: ;;".: .. ,;" :.. : ;. Delicious fish fillet on a toasted sesame need bun .' chopped
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home, and there la .a nee4fafR, 1. .,' ", \ ., 1 ,,1 ; ,. :l !.. .lettuce, .
,'...I JIIf" ', ." ,'i '.!' ; special sauce natural-cut french fries MIh.cole, ,
mobile. Delay home.a vote until they could travel,/. {4";.,f ; : .:1'':. I' Ncrticfiial: Bank:",, ,.\ .'.: "r"" "rf., .,". ;' \':" Wow I Sandwteh Only,'$$10' '

to see the property after lunch. com the :;,... ''.I l':7:::" .' to. .. ".... .. ',,',". ,,'" ', "'" 'J" ',:If.,jj I." "ji"1,I j '" f .. . .,.. ;
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the afternoon session '\ .I" 1"" '{" ,' ., Captain's Double' Burger '
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request for a sales lot north ''il'f ", .( .It. '" .
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I :: ()I(.(Jrof. R yes{ DY p' ; :P I I by Suspended TJe' ; ac b r: ,;Dpi 2:' Bloodmobiles&c-Here4ftf o'xt': o1iielltom; *fTw the: ,.

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No action'Monday' nlJ.'t. June 4, ,by M1''Hutson's teaching! certtiicate.: ,I' r taking no action, MrlT: Huts. f tunas and supplies, submitting; a laise of the story I in public; and remains Regional Blood Center In Gainesvillewill .
the Bradford school board on an offer The board discussed the proposal I represented by Scott Carruthers, an leave request and per diem claim using suspended with pap. t he in the Starke area next Thursday
to resign by suspended vo-tech briefly but then took no action letting attorney with the Florida Education activity funds rather than supply In Monday night" action, the school June 14. .
cosmetology instructor Betty Stevens< Hutson means the case wilt I continue originally requested public bearing. Mrs Hutson was suspended April 2", students" to drink alcoholic beverages viewed the settlement offer as apolicy Commission on US-sol south of Starke
toward public hearing The board has since Incurred some after Supt Casey presented W".. on a van allowing unauthorized student decision for the! bard: from 8:30: '.m. to 10:30 .m.'then; at
Through her attorney Ma. Hub on $7,000 in attorney fees taking depositions it ".20-CQunt peitltion for ( studeni ,\$ use of a van, gave students credit In answer to board' the Chamber of Commerce'in Starke
offered to resign without admissior of in the case, and Board Memb school board.'Triggrered! by a ..r;;:;,for closes not attended In return for member! Judy a question by from 12:30 to 6 p.m. "A

wrongdoing if the school board wo ild Rodney Hall said the case might .swell field trip to Tampa. The charges ass .,',keeping quiet about length of field Brown said the .board Becker is already attorney'In Another will be at Bradford SquareShopping'
not file a criminal complaint. She also proceed to the independent hearIng for Mrs. Hutson's dismissal ',OD\\ trip drove school van in reckless litigation, and there' both Center 1-1030.; am., the
asked to be paid since her April '2 officer from the state Department. grounds of immorality, misconduct) _in manner, Intimidating witnesses in the directions thesettlement Bradford', courthouse 11 ,am..l:3G
suspension until acceptance of' her, of Administration, office gross insubordination'and\ ; \investigation of her sleeping during continuing,Iltagatiori had merits."I or. accepting p.m., and the Post Exchange! at Camp
resignation. T I Attorney Terry Brown estimated? r wilful neglect of duty : ; class unauthorized absence, from landing from &7p.m.
Supt. Tom Casey recommended the the case will cost the board less than The 10-year veterson Instructor is teacher post leaving a student unat-- ,
school board accept the resignation.but 110,000. charged with providing; alcohol'- to, tended on campus after school hours. see no problemwith the same Correction...
submit' the case to the, Pr fes'slonal Mrs Julie Miller, president of the students misappropriating and/or Mrs. Hutson said after the April 2 path we'ye started on;;'' .said board
Practices Commission to determine Bradford Education Association,said stealing student supply money-tan suspension the charges are "absolute- member,J.Ti Parrish, setting! the' The Telegraph/ apologizes for'incorrectly

-' if, the case. merits lifting\ Mrs. .the board made the right move, b.y Ing to report..theft or, loss of internal, ,r. it ly,untrue: .'" She has yet to tell her side' mood for the, board.. ," the identifying Bradford the County representativesof Senior

I I ;:'JI; .. ,Citizens: ''at the Memorial Pay

Commission County to Collect Ceremony Harry fertig May 28.president, ''and Ada

I : Zoning 'Speculation Solution .Sought ,by M. Hoist, vice-president, presentedthe

weath in the ceremony,
._ I For Rescue ServiceWith Senior Citizens win be meeting each
There should be some way, I to ago for a think it's revue be real) difficult( : ,some'protection ownersThe for commission surrounding phould property Tuesday noon to 3 p.m., at St. Marks/
back no ( as commercial), collections from its rescue ser Hall
change to residential land. : EpiscopakChurch in the Parish
reclassified as commercial purely;for Property find it's used for ag purposes," consider amending the zoning code vice running at a miserable 30. per until their new; building finished.
speculation says County, residential told the commission;adding '.he suggested. cent, the County Commission ,began .. -The Editor.
sloner.J..awrence Mosley Comj'iS-| said look closely at the situation.: Gaines'sald his! staff attempts to Monday June 4, moves to correct the''
because what we're 1* weed out people speculating on property ;:
Once classified, commercial; Alvarez doing situation. :: .
parcels of land stay that way though mission to } : them a free ride," said Com by; having it value. Collections owed total some $25,000, .. ..
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increasing Somq
the Mosley. according to Cliff Chapman, director:
surrounded by residential' property, I COUNTY TEiaCSlftm
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Mosley pointed out. Zoning Director. charging 'heretofore."I, suggested his, office tell: cases get by however Gaines of Emergency Services. '' Published '
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L.M. Gaines said there currently is no' pointed out applicants their taxes would go First, letters requesting payment, vry Thursday
reversion clause or time limit to begin the their property is reclassified by; Mosley said ,most any kind of will be mailed to the 110 accounts 6 to at 13S W. CIIIIllltt'Starke.

development once land Is rezoned>> : \ No, Alvarez said poin-,. business could be moved into parcels 9 months late paying for rescUe'ser-' Florida 32091 I
commercial. to I out Gaines doesn't have .that '. zoned commercial and surrounding vice. The letters will be signed by I
Gaines might suggest pro' 'property' owners could do nothing Commission Chairman E.W. Hodges. Second class postage paid at
Examples Mosley referred to are Director )' values might go vy Alvarez, about it, He was immediately kidded' If the'letters, don't result in payment Starke Florida
parcels along US-301 north where;the property ''The ''exchangedrew,, a, laugh: 1 by Commissioner Maxie Carter abouta the next step will be, to Court,- ,
commissioner lives: One parcel was,' ing the commissioners.! dance hall being moved In near his commissioners said! Subscription Rates:

reclassified f :commercial.-. three'- years beep done ; pointed out there should be "fhome on US-301 north. "I'm for doing all we can to raisethe J In
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le Carter Jr.Collections' six
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I Soil Serve [ Ck nGuds8ion Pay Part ,are'\!an old.problem.,, going back to : j i Outside'area: $11 t per year
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yonTap; *' when the service was operated by the $$6.00 six months
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County Commissioners have agreedto Commissioners\ were also told the ''State now."f... '.. Charge for the survey is 25 cents -
pay $42,000 over the next five years State of Florida requiring the county Knowing the type of soil Is going to ,, 'per acre. '
for a county-wide soil survey to;, be to carry out the soil survey. ''"be very, helpful to ''farmers and:" "I'm for that!." Commissioner TRIM'iOO"

done by a 3-man federal, team of jthe' The survey team will be in Bradford builders Joyner. has told the commis.. ., Carter said, Jumping at the chance to
Soil Conservation Service (SCS). j County August I' to begin work sion. "pay the$42,000 over five ears, rather

Commissioners declined, however that may, take' several years Royce. .., The county can use In-kind. services 'than three, Joyner said .It.,could,\ be. OFF 'YOUR YARD CAPE'CISJ1) !
to add $15 to the present $60 septic Joyner president of the Bradford Soil as' part of its one-third matching done either way.Commissioners. ,
tank permit fee to pay for the survey, and Water' Conservation Board,, told funds which total $42,000. The state approved the' concept .
,even though it will increase accuracy the commission. Joyner'said lie' is .and federal government are each supplying -' of the survey last December left
in determining seasonal high! water' making arrangements for the survey a third of.the total'cost of Some the door open ,for Joyner to pursue WEED EATER!
levels. County ,Sanitarian' Dell team to have office space 'in she' .$135,000 for Bradford GoUmty.-.The getting the survey team into the coun
O'Neal said the'' survey wH( make, 'upstairs of the old jail. .\ county"s share of (49,000 was reduced ty. Ken Morgan,' head of the SCS II)' One-Year '
much easier his tasked determining, Joyner said 70 percent of the state to $42,000 because, federal and state: :'Bradford County 'explained to the New Homeowner Warranty .
how much fill,will be required en has been surveyed, and the team: is lands. plus some acreage'already- commission, how.the survey team. will' On All Weed; Eater Gas Powered Trimmers.

issuing septic: .tank permit.;: I moving" into' the northern' part of theToiw&fl J' surveyed, are excepted,. work, XR-85 GAS TRIMMER/WEED CUTTER .

WITH; :( EDGER AND BLOWER ATTACHMENTS: ;:

: .: Get a yard care system path fuel Injection' starting and a
I for just mover the regular f y 2-cycla 2ao w high-performance
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alone Package Includes the ? #4500 Edger attachment for a''
8.cutting: perfectly manicured lawn finish
I XR-05 Thmmerwith an
I: r"\.1\ : )is pleased to announce e ALL FOR ONLY: and' Blo9ret'attachlnerdfor the Model #500

i : y Keiu carver' tip qulckeasyclearatp I .
,; the; opening; of herGenera' : !

.. ,Thought'fthe' week.i.. ; "I. \ years. Good luck guys!! "' testament ',.. S.QJI919 ':
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:;( In addition to my last will and : :; Peyehiatric.PracticeIluul .
I. =.:' God h M a way of making andlnp.' lnlobopinnlnp9. I would like to leave these items .... $350.Op'' '
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ref, importance people .1 .gfl. ,..dG'"itttu:! / ,..}: ,r. '' 6 .> ,; ..i 4 '.W ... "t"M' aL 1' 1

.. --- ; +Pi >4It -a4 ': ., "te:!i"I""tJ'e.fd 1'l'eat 1 ltn,;;>il.1W:e'.,. '"' 'k4 NkAS'LG'7tTo '' ..- ,-1 ,'. : :, u"" t,4YPJ .,, Ypsl.t: \'.i /1 "; ,.A\) ?\1t ',I.,., .'. ,., ;'
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<: The BUS. sen j U.S. 301 South' : Florida Pest l
:= first taste of freedom as their classes Melanie Wood I leave all the Wild
:=' ended at 2:53: pT Thursday; May 31; tennis team excursions and the abilityto 539:! E, Gall ,Street Starkp
Now they are concentrating only on :,beat all those 'snobby girls who '! Hampton, 't Lake, Florida j I '
walking down the isle tomorrow roght cheated on' us. Tear' them up.next '. ((904)) 964-5745 I .
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;;:t;;: at .8, p.mi: when, the graduation' year| I also leave you my worn out'' : L j : .431i185'' OauaolM!try"ttvgttn btitnbulon.. Ino. Bon 888.Then, OA 3'794 Can l n19))3&a-,396 Aimouoh tvwy WMr.tr9trr.nq.rpuaIynoldrdamuotl.caomi
$3 ceremony will take place; ; : I i.. tennis locker, and next year don't, let mKutldul..m'." notpIIIC* "_you Mfeat don not.gu _
.r The "last' 'day for, Seniors'1' was; a anyone talk'you into sharing itS'!'' 'I.\ i : .nanwutrt., o!' c._((913)) :sea.,3M tot n..r..l toon ot. .. .rt...-qu...tocti.>.0v ...oed pnce.

memorable one ,and' to end it!. all To Nancy Grider I leave the ability .. ......... .. .,. .. .
I several, of them could ''be. heard to be weary of the bathrooms be reentering .
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throughout the halls saying "Freje at' and also a clean air filteij to i I'' < : !. / 4 ,I :.
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last,. free at last no more. !' shackles. take with you so you don't have to suffer -:.I 'z .,' "."',.,. ,.. I 'of 4 Ip' (1 'tit\
:::::1':'.! and I knout t'm badl t"' f with all that smoke like I did: i :..I/ ...!: ': Fortunes AreSWtoh ; .,.,1'4' To Kay Allen I leave with all the ; : ,:. fkinn ,
m .FFA Awards'... memories-and 'good times we, have ,., J, ". ) \.J. : ,

''a The annual _BBS Hig h., School had throughout'our school and' .. .(,, ". ,";/." ...f ,." 1'.l: /
Future ,Fal'Jleris'of America(FFA) neighborhood times, ''and use this Advice. '' .'.! "' :
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I was held June 29.Several outstandingFFA'ers To Kim Brown one ; nt. .
were awarded. The, presen-i, remover so you can't be hurt,by ...... ..i !' //i Waiting : :
another stupid guy t, ; : i j; erf- ?:"
tations were: j latetimepf [ .. .', ,: : ,,, ,: .. .
= Vlckf' Thomasstar: To Maria Thomas I give a .1-, ;,: jlllltI. 'b ,,1., '
agrlbuslnesaman, Dekalb Award for I instant friend service.:. /.iust calif :' .. ; r.'''' "t 1 ': :
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alumni award, and 8Blesand \ .. :J' \
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I. serice proficiency award. I I 'To Erika Gruen, I leave, for that ; ;i\\tl\ ;"bf L. <' ff Z{ '; ,;;.2" ;;I :;' :"
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Jeff Clemons; star chapter fanner; dreadful bus ride every day'a paid of ?i .'lIf. Fortune! C0i.E; .' .,t1X'.h l''W; "I
crop production proficiency awa d'. ear muffs for the noise and a nose clip ,,Y. "I" :, #.I ...,. ", '.)' ., ,<,,'.',""10; .
Jim ',Norman., star. '..chapter for all those smelly kids! Good l Iqck| '., I". J'.'". ., .r'.\t.'' \ ; / } ;: I
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El greenhand:. public awjard,,, with all you do and keep up that fantastic. -; : .k. ; rl ,' ,
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nursery operation speaking y awjard. { enthusiatic cheering... ]i. :. : : .ii :;;; rw;;. 7! .) .

s ., Priscilla Welch-outstanding. {emate( ToTancula Parks, I leave one permanent -, 1 l / 1Ji/vlat l IIth ,;. :; hl'i- .' \I'. t ,, I.:. .
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'ninth grader* ; """ ," checker,board that. can't'be ;. "'. 1h..1.-//I/I"I'" ".tC9''' r : : 'J,.', ,iL >, '!-I ,t.:,..
David Hamlltorioutstanding t ,i ,Ie.'ninth removed from study hall to pass the ..'\,.- .. JI.'' J'," ;I'j'' I. I ] l3' 3. ''' '' 11.25". ",'' II"
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grader Alvarez award: time ,away, Also' one more chickenpox ,, .' 't' .' 'vy; a .. 1'' t. 1(" Interest ". J'I 'I. '': .
Raymond Whiter public 'speaking' to keep all the others company. 1'.111./, '/.. .' '... ;J'I"/ J" Simple ,, } ld':$'
;::1 ..,.seniorchapter, *, / f To,all. the upcoming ,.Freshmen., ,\ I > '.-7' ;,.tf-: : ,: ; i ,...2 Year, ; Compounded I.Quarterly I ,. :1 ,b! I .t,,
iLisa Spivey-outstanding female. leave you one Senior each to tell you \ ._ I-'ft..w.(lSS ,'4ksp"Intr" ; I I.i". : 'a d4, A Effective Annual Yield'wwp' '
( Judy! ,.Stricklandchapter" the wrong class to go to on the. ; ,. (lt''. I;; \'v" "":, ,. ."n '"A'/.j. ; ;J'i.-!"
sweethearts' .. < da ? high school,, : i 4 1 I'' i :\;. '\.'t..',' '," ':'.jl t' J'v "' \ '" .' ( ". f."n'iJ.,1 +''
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flu' WaltWestcott, and Doyle;.Thomaavhonorary r ,fast;' but/not/ least; to the tine '\ 7.; ". ,, *'; *'.':> ,'' '.-Illi: .. <', I" \' .;...1'/1.1.. ;: ;

E. chapter farmers. ; ..'!> .. who made my senior memories count; '. { ,tI',1.I ".--hvga',' a i. h'' rut( .., ,' ""r .I" ?"" ,''.'
a W, Bradford County. School Board- Mike Cnappellv.I; ;won't- leave' 2 '; '.-.."-;', !'d' I, ,.II'' >I.'I.. ". 12, 'D' a'5 1150el.. 't ,.t, tl..I'J! '';. ."
_, distinguished service award } you'll, .1' ,?:'. "" .J, ," -hi ; ." *,,*& .." {' 1 "
winners were > : ,. .I'''J Simple Interest f, ': :' '4x 'lJ.t; II'I'+ :,
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po. Proficiency f f ? w!\J4 >,/fVv: .
H 'Gordon$mith- farm electrification My, Senior'': 'ayer...,. VX'M' .' l .j... '9-I.q.'j'! 43'Vear'I''' ,ICotnpoundeaQuarlerly .
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I ,Hailey's. Comet Due for Returntfijsittn; 198@; :: i; Created{ ; afir k Here.:,in. 1910If '; 'I

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Wednesday right came, eight o'clock

correct the, we calculations have less of than astronomer two years are to In 1705 the English astronomer it Edmund L......, ,,,.. ..u.. .. .- ........ ... .... ......,............. .... ......." ...... came and the Earth boldly dived Into the
Halley for whom was named tail of the comet The most frightened of
wait until the return of Halley's Comet for
had been returning
calculated that this comet had thought the tall
its 29th recorded visit in the night sky, ;t: the astronomers was .
Earth 76
to visibility on every years of deadly cyanogene gas
composed and
trailing a glowing tail which has been and that its next visitation would ,' ( : i would
million or so, ,1 % gi r'. the least scared thought It interfere
estimated at 50 miles long.In : g
take place In 1758.Sure enough,it returned 'II ,.. with telegraphic communications, and
March of 1986,the comet will be some on schedule and was dubbed Halley's Comet 'Ii I' ;(lir l':1": i.' that auroral displays would take place
'Cji/0\yjP1: iW))
150 million kilometers from Earth, hardly In honor of the man who first predicted 9Rlo \ Z'i But the telegraph keys clicked away as
close enough for its tall to start any fires on Its cycle.,:: .'. true as ever and not even a faint, weird
our planet but it only gets this "close" The appearance of the comet-(or rather light was seen in the sky.
76 The rest of the time It is in
every years.
skies Starke-
In the scared
over
too to
non-appearance Those who were not go to
orbit takes it into
a highly elliptical that
to an ac-
was disappointing, according awoke Thursday
sleep that night morningby
the cold wastelands of the solar systemfar count in the May 20, 1910 Issue of The Dowllng's mill, proclaiming .
far away from the sun and Earth. Telegraph. But a lot of fearful spectators ... ....... ..., ...................... ..... the that whistle at was still doing business
The first recorded sighting of Hailey's were none-the-less relieved when the com- Halioy's comet as photographed In 1910A at the theand
,Comet from Earth took place In 240 B.C. et's tall failed to engulf the Earth,as some ,

when Chnese astronomers reported of them had apparently expected ..!,. -.,
sighting the apparition in the night sky. The Telegraph reporter, who possesseda of white population of our city, during '
part the In his glass show window,J.S.Cassie of This 1910 appearance was the administration -
In 66 A.D. the Jewish historian. keen sense of humor, gave the following and colored had
almost aU of the great the Racket Store,has a blue jar filled with of President Taft, and the
Josephus, was persuaded that the ghostly report of the "great eyent," fears of'the result of the comet's contact ,salt water. The liquid drawn over the rim first automobiles were making their appearance
sight foretold the destruction of with the Earth Wednesday night. For the by capillary action and an effervescence of on the dirt streets of Starke. .
Jerusalem which actually occurred four IT NEVER TOUCHED US! last two weeks, church-going and here the crystafized salt particles has formedon When the Comet"returns"In 1985 it will be
years later. Since that time, superstition The Tail of Hailey's Comet have been the order of the day, and sides of the jar. Somehow the uniform going around the sun,and will be visible in
often accompanied the return of Hailey's Failed to Score a Hit has been a noticeable absence of' skin ed citizenry had come to believe that when the night sky as it swings back out on its
.Comet. It was viewed not so much as a games fighting, moonshine drinking'and the jar had been whitened all over, the cigar-shaped orbit in 1986.. Hopefully it
celestial object, but as a symbol of God's Well Hailey's Comet has paid its muchadvertised running away from honest debts. Officers "smash"would come and time they will be more visible over Bradford County
i wrath at mankind's folly on Earth. In 1066, visit to the Earth and,as an old of the law who have thrived upon these went in Turner's Bakery for every gingerbreadthey than it was in 1910, but these astral ..
: the streak In the sky was interpreted as a Bradford farmer expressed himself Thurs- human transgressions have been compelled .. would cast frightened glances at the wonders have a habit of disappointing
warning to King Harold of England, who day morning,"done its durndest"but fizzled of late to limit themselves' to five innocent jar. their public for one reason or another, as
f Ignored the evil omen and was defeated at out. seegars, a day. was the case with last week's clouded-out
the Battle of Hastings. .
.... _._ eclipse. .
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I :df n.. I \.. I "... But If the comet was disappointing, the
( .,' : very,next year, July 4, 1911 a dazzling .
; :::\ Forty-Y ear Restaurant Career \ meteor did put on a spectacular show In ;:

-<1' .. EDITORIALSBoard's Imo' I > ..f", 'J.I. .. this area according to, a story In the '
.. ._ 1. ...\ '. Gainesville Sun a couple of years ago. It
Ends was reported to have passed over'
Kopelousos
for George
Gainesville about 8:45 a.m. and traveledon
.' to Waldo and thence to Melrose where it
> :: t. exploded a short distance from that town. .
t? of Starke's In-.
c legend
Action May ,'f' A I part passed Residents of the area experienced "rant-
to history Sunday June 3
log windows,rumbling and roaring sounds .
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death of George Kopelousos at
"i in some areas, and slight movement of the
,of 87. The name of the I "
Bring in Needed }DollarsThe gentlemenJy native of ,' ground.
been synonymous with the Bradford County Commissioner H.I.
.business in Starke since Taylor and son were' working on his
II,when his Guidon Grill Raiford farm at the time.They saw the
Board of Commissioners lands that are not actually -
County low-appraisal the Old Courthouse at the meteor and heard the explosion, as did
started moving Monday in two areas being used for agricultural pur- Call and Court Streets was the George C. Livingston Starke
that could bring several thousand addi poses should benefit the county finan- of servicemen in training' at businessman, and a couple of mends who
tional dollars into county coffers at a cially. Blanding in the 1940's. were fishing on Kingsley Lake', accordingto

time they are sorely needed. Another matter being checked into is Born on October 26, 1896 in the Sun article ,S
Greece, John
George
One proposal discussed was the whether property that is rezoned from I Mr. George as he was But if the comet fizzles out again In MM,
possibility of increasing the assess-. Open Rural to Commercial for a countless friends and patrons; ";' it may be of some comfort to know that our

ment on land that is rezoned from open specific project and the proposed use is ed in Starke In the fall of 1940 great-great-great grandchildren will.have
rural to commercial, at the request of never realized, should the property re- after it was announced that a chance to see it In 2062. ,

the who have specific tain its commercial classification aftera Blanding, originally planned
owner may no training ground for the '"
commercial use in mind, or may have certain time limit, or should it revertto tional Guard would become a grows KLPOA Supper' '

plans for a commercial enterprise that its original classification? Army Post at the outbreak of did Set for Saturday '. '
never materializes. The assumption is WarJU Room, '
Another action to bring in needed'dollars
Water
the It was the beginning of a I Report on
that some property owners request
was taken after EMT director in the the
career
40-year Samples Slated
change in zoning for purely speculative Cliff Chapman appeared at Monday's business in Starke for In the .

purposes, reasoning that land will br- meeting with a list of names of some Kopelousos. Outgrowing his by Gene- Bray Clay County environmental .
ing a higher price if already zoned 110 persons who have used services small restaurant on South owners health director, will be guest speaker at a I
commercial at the time of sale.. The Street he soon opened the a member
covered dish sponsored by the
the unit supper
.provided by county's rescue Guidon Grill on Call Street No. 35,
of members of the board Kingsley Lake Property Owners Association
feeling some
but have made bills His
no payments on tinued operating it for several ac
in.the Civic Center Saturday night,
was that land zoned commercial after he the'well-known out-* ,
that are overdue by as much*as nine built a.JunelO"ll1.tas'$- ,jn..lq mluq ba.
should be assessed accordingly and not?? moathsThe lifc ;about Restaurant pa U.S. 301 '(North but l hef )
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totaling $12,000
.4 bei l t iDii .tM t i Hb wrato I'
be given the benefit'ol lower rate4ce pJ/lfAvftWe1)J! 1953. At the peak jgfO
*rtfratlandV inj, Staue aoidOilKDwaii turned over restaurant' popularity) ,"he'' : f the City. '" Asamp[eii taken: "'recently af several locations '
corded agricultural or open to the county clerk's office to give the Gold House across the in the lake,and will also discuss other '

The property appraiser pointed out delinquents thirty days notice before and operated both places for a John matters of environmental( concern.

that the courts have held that property legal action to collect the accounts is after the downtown Guidon Grill ,and Gus social hour will be held, starting at 6
appraisals for tax purposes are determined started by the county, closed. The Garden- was well ; nieces, p.m. Supper will be served at 7, and the
Starke was a beehive of Beach, bacterialogical report will be given at 8,
by the use of the land rather The $12,000 could be used handily when Mr.George arrived in organic'I ; and six after which a cake walk will be enjoyed.The .
than strictly by its zoning classifica- right now by'the county to make the negotiated the purchase of the .
tion. He said, however, that each Blossom Cafe on S, Walnut St. held at I. KLPOA board of directors will meetat
first the Countywide
year's payment on of-
Mrs. Titus DeWitt C. 10 a.m Saturday June 9, to elect
Olson. The
of land should be studied on an .
parcel for
Soils which is
Survey program reported that "The new owner Paul C. ficers and directors the new year.
individual basis to determine whetheror scheduled to start here this summer. ing at the Gardenia Tourist of- AU members and prospective membersare
not it is actually being used for will move his wife and two sons at. 3 p.m. Invited to attend the board meeting,as ,
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agricultural purposes. This is a time when all sources. of from Jacksonville"when he can Cemetery,of well as the supper Saturday night.! l''

Zoning director L.M. Gaines was revenue that are,already owed to the task suitable'housing.in 'the early war-boom That was no \",

asked to send the appraiser the namesof county, and are not additional fees or Starke, when the wives and "Experience Is a hard \
owners who had received 'taxes, should be explored in order to of servicemen were Divine teacher because she give. .
proper a change to commercial close the gap between expanding' ex- .'everything and anything that Atlantic the test first the "lesson af I Iterward.
zoning. This action would be retroactive penses and decreasing revenues. A a roof 1 over! their heads. .. ..* Vernon .Law '': '
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and the appraiser will.determine good start was made Monday, and W .;.:'. I i

the pacts in each case and report to the such efforts should be continued as < ';; '
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Commission. Closing the loophole on budget time approaches. : t : : ; :; I

Comity A '*Bobby Taylor I

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Season On Organic gardeners (those who lawn cliPP-; pounds of-a complete organic fertilizer instead ,
Open
4'.% .,' natural means of home vegetable table scraps, of the rock phosphate or bone meal.
\s' tion) recognize: compost as an ; organic fer Also,a layer of topsoil Is commonly added.
," y't r 7 alternative to conventional decomposes, process until the pile
Marijuana Growers : : ; sources of plant food. Actually, released in Is the desired height of three-to-five,feet.
: extensive .
ment of
.. :. ('. system is essential to successful In two or three days, the compost heap
'Tis the open season on marijuana panics, or'contained in state.'\ikor national gardening It'.,not difficult but Pile will begin to heat Keep it moist but not f
growers, from April till December, forests, such,, as Osceola or take some time effort, and too wet. and don't disturb it for a while. I
and Florida Department Law Enforce- Ocala. The 300 plants discovered here Long before commercial ten-by-ten: feet After three or four weeks,stir the mixture i

ment officers, in cooperation with the. last weekend were growing! on a plot of available,' gardeners used, high. To get thoroughly.broken When down the Into compost a homogeneous Is completely '

,Bradford County Sheriff's staff, have land owned by a timber company in the supply valuable their nutrients vegetable necessary for I leaves;straw mixture and no rotted leaves or I other
already bagged a bunch of the weed in Highland area. Since the grower does growth. This week second deep and !' tiL material I can be recognized, It is ready to
north Bradford County as a result of not use his own land for his operation, four-part series on organic layer of animal use In the garden.This can take anywhere
he talk about getting a compost pile deep over the from two months to a year, depending on
their aerial-surveillance program.The is not apt to be around when the law
ed for vegetable garden. spread one the materials use,the time ofyear,and the, ,
officers 'visit the site, making it difficult your are made by layering and either fiveForestry skill of.the composter.
Composts..
months of April to December are to trace the owner. .
considered the growing season for : Use'the compost: In much the same way
: Marijuana plants are detected by the a as you would use manure in the vegetable
I marijuana, which thrives in our North, helicopter fly-overby'the use of Infrared in Bradford: County",; garden Broadcast it over the entire
Florida climate and has become a>a important photography. When photographedby I ,, garden three weeks or more before plan-,

"cash crop" in Bradford. and the infra-red process, each plant or { Ik J[ by David Norton,County forester, ting. A'small amount compoermaybe
other area counties. >S'' mixed Into the soil along each planting furrow
object records a different color or' ;' Mom arJ"Dad, do you 'have a child or life exploration of soils plants, animals'and ,when you set out the transplants or
The FDLE's Division of Local Law shade of color, according to the young adult who may have an interest in water,and, canoeing. There is also plant the seeds. In all cases, apply com'
Enforcement Assistance provides amount of !heat the plant or object environmental science? Applications are plenty: of time for fishing swimming and, poet at the rate of 23 pounds per JOG!square
aerial surveillance at the request of gives off. Marijuana registers 'a still being pccepted for two popular summer hiking. feet of prden '.

local law-enforcement officials. Last distinctive color which Is like only one camp enducted. by. the Florida' Division Students are 'grouped by age for field,I MsnyklncU'of"natural be

year more than 300 pot growers were other plant, making the pot easy to of Forestry studies and both by gender inviornmental for dormitories.centers are All used In a compost pile. In addition to
arrested statewide on drug charges spot among the other vegetation whereit. "We are'expecting! some sessions to sessions coeducational.A at leaves, straw,' grass clippings, pine
.. close out sson said Barry Gay. forest needles, shrub clippings fish and
seiz-
and more than 100,000 plants were .is planted. scrape
education !supervisor. He encouraged highlight of the program Is*free week water hyacinths may be included. Fruit.
ed and destroyed with the help of the The aerial-surveillance program will parents not to wait until the last minute to of advanced study and outdoor living for 12 skins and vegetable! fibers also provide'

I surveillance program. continue in. Bradford County ppiy.f: week at each center. Selection ,: scant amounts el Cltuehun",,Other
Arrests are not always made when throughout the marijuana growing The cameps are opened to students who' is base on interest and ability shown coffee normally throw away, such as
have completed the sixth grade, but not during the first week. During the special, grounds and egg shells, provide
marijuana is discovered and destroyed season and Sheriff Dolph Reddish will have an : ,
says entered the 120) For$73 a week, par> session, students selected opportunity valuable, nitrogen to compost.
because the popular practice is to plant that any.leads concerning growers or yet will have the opportunity to ex- to learn more about the management "-'-'. ,.,_ t.. .
I the "weed" in wooded areas usually suspected growers. will. be .welcomed, ttclpants plore 1III1e.'of Florida's most scenic of a modern. day,,forest with''field When,propw-iy'done,. comporting: pro of
large tracts owned by timber com- by his.officer ," woodland settings guided by professional trips to nurseries, Umber cutting opera'O vide a.rel&Uvely'lnupenaive source
iwid' specially-trained camp lions and other activities nutrition for your vegetable garden;And.:
foresters '
( it also can help bring about a etawga In
counselors. "Our'pl'OlJl'am'' b really an envlrohmeser
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Is nbMjr
''One.caraik located at the Blackwater tai l study-program," Forester Gey said. your r'Cr&i| rror r Yew AS wbjst what OM to,.
In northwest Florida. "We are pvt..lJtUdents an opportunity to 'l .. ,*
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has from June 1ft through get a closer look at natural Pfcri* 'M J*", vtly'recycled.tato .', ;...it i .
weekly IWeelme "
111cJ? August 11.TWithlacooc: miser camp" located at the perience each will carry'for a' : OBM tknei(4setC, .. r.. '
i Forest near Tamp, Information on'tfts camps malt be ob. ont,:l it's art dtftietifc 'or> oesn-t
and will be held front June' ta the local,oeustfy fester "'And, .It ill *........*"* to
weekly
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The first Nobel Prize to an American went to Theodore Roosevelt for his rwloe In the '. 18.compaM ..\.KHvSfci of'FSJSttJJSrcofSrBlvd. '> HNMIM ,ejrgw*: tartUtntftM 'of the\
..eauM of peace.:.concluding the treaty ending the Ru.o.Illptnn. War The ward wee -4,,., .. AttlviL 1M for and and map animal coo-". .'.V.IWIWWK, ....: ...... '
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: *<" Bradford l Hospital Auxiliary held< Among the 49 attending guests year include: two men: r rancis Meng .. '-"
1., its installation of officers vt the recognized were: Virginia Cobb and and Dan Cosby; Ruth Merle! Aurella. .
a,, dinner-meeting Monday night at Lorena Mc lpine. president and past Byrd,-Lou Struth, Wilma King, Ada
t- Western Steer.Steak House. president ior J Alachu, General Roberson, Betty Dazinski ,arid Joaif ." .
o' The meeting started with a social l at Hospital Auxiliary; Mr.j; and Mrs. Hall:; Mrs, Green reminded members I 'f.j '. "
bt): 6 p.nv. and dinner served at 630; with C.E. (Rip) O'Steen and Judy Moore, dues are due now. -\ !I :, j ( 1 ( I x'
I. .,> a concluding surprise of apple pie ala* administrator': and Assistant administralor Betty Graves, N.E.!: District DfrO; .: :, w ,I \, I I II +
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President Ada Reddish presided new hospital addition stating the first following officers for 1984-85: president :' I ''H t ,\.
over the meeting where reports were Chase should be ready for occupancy Marjorie Thomson; president i% : r I
ru given. She summarized money being Fall 0' 135, i I"'" elect Rose McConnell; first vice--

,*';? spent by the Auxiliary in the past year Gerri Green membership; 'chair president WilmJean' Terry second' \. ",,:\ I ,
with assisting In the purchase of a man reported ;the! Auxiliary has a vice-president Ada Reddish;; recording : j!. f \//r, ,'
iH': ; Jaws of Life machine; the Tel Med total of 98 members which, includes: secretary Roxanne t .I
system; a new vending machine for nine new members, 49 active, 26 sustaining Ruckdeschel; corresponding I. !w'' ;i ; 1/1.1/ I, J.I'', ; f ,I
the hospital lobby and drawing books \\i ]life| and ;five honorary secretary Sophia Klmutis .and 'i; : ;, :; Officers. '
,. for the children. patients. members., New: .mem rs in the past treasurer Linda Johns. I Newly! Elected Hospital Auxilary. ... ; I>I';/,' i 1- ww a t

.-.l f'...... i I I I J These ladles' 'were 1 Installed as thle'new.. officer'for: ; ; ;1, Thomson, Wilma Jean Terry, Koxaone Kuckdechel* ,
I ; 1 i'( Klmutli. Linda John ,and Ada Reddish.
, .oCfl" i ''I"" I the Bradford Hospital Auxllary" la t Monday nlJht..Lj < ';; Sophle "
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1 rAi marriage to John D. Odom HI will bean Mrs. Larry Johnston, of Live Oak Sunday, June 10 "\ (t'tt' 50th ': rn t.

3i''<' event of June 9,was complimented presided at the'silver ice coffee punch To Ward family reunion will be held Celgbrry. Gladys ltdoot tll @f JiilGH
at a get-acquainted reception Sunday bowl. Silver and crystal plates held an : .
afternoon given by Mr. and Mrs. J.D. assortment of hors. d'oeuvers' Sunday June 10, starting at noon..atthe Mr. and Mrs.. Oscar {Crosby will I .
1/1' Odom at their home on E, Call Street. On the large porch the refreshmenttable New Hope Baptist Church, celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Editor,
j HiGuests! were greeted at the door.by was' covered > with an Ar BrookenAll Sunday,June 17, from 2 to p
.if Mr. Odom and standing in the receiver my/Navy clod) ) and centered with an friends and'relatives are Invited;* 1"I p.m. with a reception at Bayless 964-7608. News !
ing! line in the foyer were Mrs. Odom.i arrangement of yellow'; and white Attend. Highway Baptist Church SR-22S.;' ''., Q O
it Miss Schiavone John Odom and the daisies, salmon cosmos 'and iris In a |t. Starke given by'' their' children and A
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't. honoree'S parents,Mr. and Mrs. Emil cut glass bowl Hors d'oeuvers .were X grandchildren., .-
Ut> R. Schiavone of Gainesville also served at' this table. Mrs: RE. Vivian Boll, v No local invitations are being pent'but ''
.ti; At points of Interest throughout the. Newman presided at the punch bowl. ByrOn Ramseur all relatives and friends are cor ,
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' -ti party rooms were artistic arrangements Assisting In serving'were Mrs. Stan dially invited to attend.. .,: GUARANTEED .,
*'. of garden, flowers In. Sikes, Mrs.!Linda) Carlile! and Misses To Wed Juno 16 ,,: ;: ;. \ S'' .r
,Jpastel shades. Alescia Odom 'and Suzanne Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie ,BeiKofLawtey
*i The dining room table was covered Among the 100 attending betweenthe announce the engagementand York Ri,a of .,;', WEIIHT. LOSSFreemasonery
with an Imported lace and cutwork hours of Sand 4:30: p.m.'were' Miss approaching marriage of their, 'c ':
J' cloth and centered with'an arrange- Schiavone's grandparents, Mr. and daughter, Vivian Elain Bell, to ByronK. .
I"1ment: of iris, lockspur, and wine-: Mrs. Tom Regean, of Gainesville, .. Ramseur son of Mr. and Mrs To Meat June Heard about the newestiHscovery war og
'. Calvin Ramseur of Atlanta, GA York It not this great"new discovery allowsyou '
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:; : Miss Bell graduated from Bradford The eighth district of the Rite : .amazing. or .
':, Lee Ann Green Given Parties High School and is attending Clark of Freemasonery will meet In Lawtey to eat any kind of' food 'you (1 ite'arid',*,tiH 'lose alt 1 thd'poundeLodgeSaturdayJune9

I t ;. ?*. 'ir I College in Atlanta. 'f ,-' end at 3 ,.at" 9a.'end you wand I If* called 'EC.' DIET PlAN or, "... '";". iWannbn.and,

gar,;; Lee Ann Green, whose marriage to together. Refreshments consisted 'of The wedding is planned for Satur All Sir p.m Knights ;from this district ,here's'how It work:,All you do is take 2 capsules with water about
Jerry Blalock will be an event of June fondue, finger. foods and soft drinks. day, June 16 at 4 p.m. in Atlanta. ,,1* are invited.to attend, ,lhtrh minutes before each| meal: This gives you the natural feeling""
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; mik i of {f fullness'without' picking your'forkImagine/ :how you'd,
the past two weeks. On May 89\ a style'fish fry + even up
'1Jto;'. Miss Green was honored at ""a was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. .Charles BHS Class of 1974 .ilV.j: ;... Church 1 look carving: :.1"efffeurklps.edle4"soy er tfclfkt-' 1.1".0yea'luttocks
;:; lingerie shower on May 10. Hostesses E. Hutchesorv.; :, their ,home on Reunion June 16 Hampton# Christian, asd .p to 1" *ff 10.waist.No more need to wffer1 exercise.,
for the event were Stephanie Wheeler, Highway'' 230. After delicious .out Bible Study Begins" lose. EC' DIET PLAN 1$100%; f":.,
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Sara Faulk and Debbie Jones, at the doors meal, each couple presented
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home of the latter on Griffis Loop. Lee Ann and Terryy with their gifts. .will have its tea year class reunion Sunday June arid'contains no drugs. It was first checked out by members of the

i Refreshments of cake and, punch Each man gave( Jerry some, type of June Guard 16 at 7 p.m.in Starke.at the National, The Hampton Christian Church will ''J/V/
were served. The honoree was tool and each woman gave Lee-AM a Armory at conduct a Bible,Study Sunday,';Jun 'it Is being sold with on.. |ron, clad Unconditional
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presented with a peignoir by favorite family recipe, tend. 10 at 10 a. ; .
J the hostesses; Approximately 12 use. The recipes were then collectedInto A, special musical program 'money bock guarantee.Mitchell's
guests, including the mother of'the a "calico appliqued' recipe box. FIr; further information call presented by' VastL and Willie,'
Bride and groom elect'were. in attendance This; along -with a :Betty: Crocker 9647889. ,Strickland will begin at 11 a.m.- Druf.
Cookbook was?gift from the host and Norman T p. Suisee, Pastor, invites I
lean -'a._ hostess. Approximately 22 people The Leo DeSues the! public.
I t.t:: )0 A miscellaneous shower was given who made up the Green,Blalock and ...
auii for Miss Lee Ann Green on May 17. A Hutcheson families Celebrate SethAnniversary I .
-r,': bridal .theme".was carried out with delicious foodand! an old fashioned p, ,
...weddln&.bel1sJresh! pring..flo.wers : ,
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and potted plants. RefreshntejtitsraanJ k ... Mr. and Mrs. 1,:ed'DeSUe'ofalebretgd S .l ,w.:. i .- 't'a''IdR.U', I: I aDt'ci.blu 8I
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Lr.t highlight of the occasion was an exChange Church, Miss Green! was surprised/ 7:30: p.m, at ,Pleasan 9ro\e( FIorida 782 9844invites
mow' of, stories 'concerning with a party In' her honor.' Gayla ,Methodist Church given ,by the Ir OPENJ7' a.m. to'9pm. 'lawtey0 .-
childhood rememberances of the decorations of lavender'and purple, children: Lydia Pittman Leo DeSue, r-.c,' I II
S I i.-- wedding, Jr., Marzie Jenkins! Issabell Smith, ; \ I .
bride and/or groom by each guest. the chosen colors for her and I You To ;;:: ;
3fi' Hostesses were Mrs. Ed Riphnger.J were carried out in the party room. A Damon DeSue Rosa DeSue I
> >. Mrs. Gary Osteen Mrs. Martin hostess gift wall presented; and the Julian DeSue and grandchildren. r ,:;:: '
b" Griner, Mrs. Ina Claire Martin and 'groom-elect was The approximately 150 attending f't
jot,-., Mrs. A.W. Chapman, at the home of .the refreshments of cake; andhpunch.. enjoyed dinner served iiv:the annex CelebratePioneer :
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Miss Stephanie Wheeler;and The Women of St. Mark's will meet There will be a gospel sing at the' }
Mrs. Randy 'Crews were hostesses. !Tuesday June 12 at t30; p.m.' in .the .Congregational Methodist ; Days ,
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. Rev. Warren Langer Concludes Ministry Here Did You I Know .. .. .. . . ... .. ..... .. .. .... .... :: : .. :.

Herbert Thomas u...,,,ae1 to e
Sunday, June 10, Rev. Warren served on a HRS District III taskforce Starke and initiated new.community Mrs, L.H. Gibson Mrs H.M. Richarde spent the Mrs meeting of the Joseph
family
spent the and luncheon
such as Child Identification \ weekend with her daughter which Wal
Langer will be concluding: his which developed a plan for prevention programs UDC '
a family picnic area to &9'constructed weekend with her son and daughter-: Mr. and Mrs Lyle I puck and thejr ,. Finegan chapter Village Di ngt
cf and
ministry in Starke as pastor First of Child Abuse Neglect. John Knox
in-law, Mr. and Mrs Gerry Gibson at daughterfend son-in-law'\ and Mrs! held at the
along with the many ongoIng Mrs. L.E"lIat
United Methodist Church. During his He was instrumental In getting a Monday with
Merritt Island Where they celebrated Travis
Gerald Morris and baby son, ,
four years in Starke he has not only part-tune worker for Bradford County programs. Starke he the birthdays of Mrs L.U. Gibson Matthew in Palatka. CityOst, Mrs. Thomas Installed
been effective as pastor of the church Since then he has served on the During his stay in has which fell Thursday and Mrs their officers for the 1984-85 term.
been named Minister of the Year by
but made significant contributions to County and District III advisory com
mittees. the Kiwanis Club of Florida, Outstan- Gerry Gibson's birthday which was Laura Ashley Adams daughter of Ion of Mr. and Mrs.
the Schmidt
community Monday.. \ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Adams, was Dirk
ding Young Men of America, and been named on the
he has also
Currently Rev. Langer has been For the last two years Schmidt, has
11 a.m John
served HI Citizen's Advisory Clergyman of the year in Bradford christened Sunday during the Scholars" list at Florida
chairman of the Citizens District
Advisory on Mr. and Mrs it.O Dansby and service at ''First United Methodist "President's '
Committee to the Bradford County Committee which investigated County.He and his wife have been Crises daughter, Mrs. Janice Hall visited Church followed by a family dinner Southern College gradespoint
School Board. He has served from of HRS with a 4.0
complaints recepients
as Mr and Mrs. Mrs.
Mickey Dansby In Prat- at the home of Mr. and quarter
party
home parents providing temporary
volunteer fireman and chaplain for services and improves service to the '
shelter for children and tsville, AL Wednesday to Friday and Warren Winkler Also attending was average.
the city fire department the previous public. Rev. Langer is currently emergency attended the funeral
youth. Everyone is invited for the last of Mrs.! Edna Mrs. Winkler's mother, Mrs. L.S.
three years. Several years ago he president of the Kiwanis Club of Fain Thursday in Ozark AL
services at either 9 a.m. or 11 a.m. on Williams of Ft. George Island
The youth and adult choirs will be Thursday.Mrs. .

Lori Ann Lawson having a special music presentationat Lenore C Foster of Kingsley ,
11 a.m. Lake is spending the summer at her .
Scott TaylorEngagement home in Bernard, VA, 2hr.i"

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Mr. and Mrs. Henry O. Lawson of

Starke announce the engagement and ii ?.
approaching marriage of their Shear Design
daughter Lori Ann, to Scott Taylor I
son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. 9644151INTRODUCING boat loaII
Taylor Sr. of Middleburg. ,', 1

The bride-elect: is a graduate of the '. d. I II I
Radiology program at Santa Fe Com- \ 'V ,.
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Mr. Taylor graduated from Florida r. big new boat sooner than you Imagined. Ask
Junior College and is employed as a ( !
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loan. Well give you your'
Florida National the
paramedic with the Bradford County Customized Perms I
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Rescue Unit. J: i iI t answer in 2 hrs. 1', I
The will take Saturday $ '
wedding place -

July 14, at 2p.m. at the First $ 3 0 0 0 ; w ,.
Baptist Church in Middleburg.All NEXUS ,ie.andl
friends and relatives are invitedto ( ) :' :; ''j"I;'
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Mrs. Crawford Lori Lawson m Ito.aallltB E.otltlmo mil

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Mrs. Broderick Crawford was' f lt -i.. i n .
honored at a stork shower Tuesday ---

evening May 29 given by Mrs. \ ': 3 BIG
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Richard Fuller Mrs. Keith Tetstone, ,& '
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Mrs. Donald Carter, Mrs. Gladys CIGAXfUfS1O6 -JB I EAGLE I 0rI DAYS!

Thomas and Mrs. Warren Winkler at I
the home of the latter on E. Call BERTHS \ : \ Jr Thursday, el
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The refreshment table was covered BRANDS+ a f.c\ Saturday June 9,
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with a ecru lace cloth over green linen \ A CARTON pETteB'S lV net .I .,
and centered with a spring arrange DAYioNLrt 1 \O .
ment. Finger foods and punch were Undsey Fallon ReplogleMr. NEW '8".tiDS ;e", \I) \

served. and Mrs. Rick Replogle of LOWPRICES/\,fu: ,uNe i'I" I
Mrs. Phil Vellenga won the prize for Graham announce the birth of a SATURDAY.JU ..c."dl.. 1 I "' \'

the game that was played. daughter, Lindsey Fallon, born May r '" ".00 00"c: :: ... la i' Reg:'4 88

The hostesses presented the 31 in Alachua General Hospital, ('" '- -I .."..'.. w p"CII.-: ...:hA' &e.y"\d' --11. l' LADIES*TANK TOPS
honoree with baby socks doll corsage Gainesville. III .. -- ..111 "nd. ..'_-- '" ", G Poly/cotton top wlin
and a high chair as a memento of the Maternal grandparents are Mr. and i : _-. \.""'-:: placket front and C_ ,
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occasion. Mrs. John Wright of Bartow. ''f-A IGiL \
Among the 35 guests were Mrs. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and "IIIi IIU'--! .
Elaine Griffis Mrs. Hazel Carlton Mrs. Fred Replogle of Wilmington
and Mrs. Earl Crawford, mother, IL. .' I ::1{ 688
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grandmother and mother-in-law of '1 I I 8ge'
the honoree. Joshua David Rep y \
Sapp .I I I LADIES'! SHORTS
AIC and Mrs. David 'M. Sapp of i "I EAGLE MOTOR OIL Poly/cotton twill shorn.
Starke announce the birth of a son, 1:1':1 ND 30 or NO COy Charles Patrick Sapp III Joshua David, born May 26 in NAS 1 i Non Dlergnl _\ 1I .
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Celebrates 2nd BirthdayCharlie Medical Center Jacksonville. :: .;J." I hal r.51si.nt.htI hili"l, e \
Maternal grandparents are Mr. and : ., i : V1.//lf71/ ?
Sapp,,son of Mr.and Mrs. Mrs. Clifford of .vw \
Harrington Macclen- owe U.a aUA.r Jtd
Charles P. Sapp Jr., of Lawtey, ny, great grandmother, Mrs. R.V. .....,. r::; i r\\\ .
celebrated his birthday twice. Green of and
Macclenny great grand- ,
June the had Intimate party for,..1! mother '\.Mrs. Violet. Harrington ,of t.t ,
his family with the theme being at .,.. \\ : .;., \ .'" s,' \ .'"-.,.- I I' .11
clowns. Decorations of clowns of all Pat grandparents are rA and I ': "'"' "\ '" \:'''' \\\''' ". ,;;\

types circled the table and the cake Mrs. Eldon R. Sapp of Starke. Great. 16 INCH SPAN r J 4"1'N{ P.II '., ar \'\ I""
was decorated with balloons, merry- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Eldon I. .. .. (\ ," .
go-round and clowns.A Sapp of Starke and Mrs. Estelle P 1,\ 'I.", .. .
second party was given June 3rd Redding of Lawtey Great-great. ;,;. 28 f! 8 : I ., }: \ \ ..

for his little friends given at grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Tullie- '. J .L :" "L : 11 -r--..... : 1, :.\
McDonald's.He, Norman of Starke. 3588 r J t t1l'"OSCILLATINQFAN i I ,I 'r'' !I' f', YI} .
began his evening by being ; F.ii. )fI'v; '

presented with a crown and was Amanda Jeanette Thomas Hat 4 push button, > 'i' .
assisted onto a throne. They played Randy and Cindy Thomas of Starke c"ome.'ygrlfl... and j,1I'J.I', 1\ ,1i"l.l1: i ,ii'N..w .
games, opened gifts, and finished the announce the birth of a daughter o sCFLLAnsO duly b. 1t:1': 683---;; : 1
party by trying to conquer the Big Amanda Jeanette, born May 24 at 1\\ / .<11 ;r/ /ff'i.\{ V.
Mac ride and succeeded. Alachua General Hospital;She joins a \
Charlie ended his evening by falling sister Candice, age 2. ; I. WEB SAND CHAIR

asleep in his uncle's (Jim Sapp's) car .Maternal grandparents are Beverly t ; for Multicolor(lorlnoj wabblng and carrying on llurdy (ubular from, Fold, *
on the way home. Bryan and the late Loyd J. Bryan, Sr: J t' Ili ,
His special guest was his paternal of Starke. Great-grandmother is :.; ; ..
great-grandmother, Lois L. Linzy. Violet Barnhart of Rochester, N.Y., ( OUR f/ i l Bil E8i". II ap11t
Paternal grandparents are Nathan D rill CHOICE. I ..net :'"
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Pine Level Church Erika Nicole Etheridge ....-- 1 1i" J 1\1 Iltt I illl&' --1-r-r'::

Eight of the young people in the Kenny and Patti Ettheridge 'of. [ 'lE' .j\' 99 88 ;:Y

youth department of the Pine LevelBaptist Starke announce the birth of a .. .,1 ...1\\', JEANS 1 I O PANT 1' 01 'I
Church will be graduating daughter Erika Nicole born May 13, ----.;;,.", r ii peg lass Reg 1288

from high school this year. Maternal grandparents are Jerry ./ M -. MEN'S FASHION JEANS MEN'S ACTIVE PANTS ".
On Sunday May 27.special recognition Chesser of Ocala and Gladys Chesserof r..;:::: -... Poly/collonll.lcll denim torn" w/S. Poly/cotton .('uUo waist pane ,
\ cmbroldirod w/draw llrlngn n*s 51d. piping
was made of those who were pre Starke. Paternal grandparents are I ;?'- beckpocs51.25.35 8-XL._ '-
sent for the worship service. Kenneth and Fay Etheridge of

Following the workship service Starke. 'j 197
several of the graduates and their 49'l 147' SHIRT 794 SHIRT 696 57

families were guests at a luncheon PRICE To 1.77 ,94 .94 Rag.884. Reg. 4,97
hosted by Rev. and Mrs. Roman Greater Bethlehem Church 1 .." 3-RINQ POOL KIDDY SWIM XlOSCnooM '' MEN'S WESTERN SHIRTS MEN'S FASHION SHIRTS ''PAPIR! TOWELS WOMEN'S WEDGIES
Alvarez, To Have Vnyllnllll.b'' pool with from Mftm rtaig. Petty/cotton ahort tiaav* plaid aMrt 100H nylon ahon"'- eve tatnon kill 11* tht come le' Foam-llnod multi-Ion
Guest PreacherThe matching 16 (mil, vinyl aurfor. wlm goggl<. with paari-Uk. button.8.AL. ahlrt'to won d color S-XI. dacoratlv.prlnla vinyl upper* on cuMonayitlorm
After the meal, Keith Gowens Joey anortai.or air maltraaa. *5.10.
Starling, John Tinsler and Julie Wise Greater Bethlehem Freewill ,
shared with the other guests their Baptist Church will have a guest I :
plans for the future. All of those present preacher, Rev. Ernest Williams from : "
were congratulated for their waycross, GA, speaking Sunday "
achievement and each graduate was, June 10 at 11 am.

presented a special gift by their hosts. Rev. Jasper Williams, Pastor invites : 0, .

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June 30 ,Reunion Hope Baptist' Church '
Bible School June 18.22
Descendants of James M.L. Ander- ; .
son and Mary Edna (Frazier) Anderson Hope Baptist'Church, located eight ; ..
should mark June 30 on their miles south of Starke on Highway 100, ..: 11 Instant. .H Cream,
ox Regular lima, '
calendars. That's the day the clan will will hold Vacation Bible School June 88' 38MEN'S 88 MEN"2'.7. ka eg.,34,..,.,,,w,or,,,?",,,,,.,...,,, ,..??, _-Choke58, *.
be gathering in the community center 18-22,each evening from 6:30 to 9 p,m,, 1 988, 7 ? ; Sav 15* Colgate Toothpaste: 0 oz.
in Lulu FL for their annual reunion. Commencement services will be %P .lIel BQV ", g7Reo.J.4T or Wlnterlraih e.. 3 2 '-' '+"Af
Plan to be thereby 10 a.m. to swap held Sunday night, June 24. ..; Reg. 2'.88' .. T" Rofl.888 | Reg..1.79.....!.?....,:.,..?,.,!.l.V_Choice< .
and catch Roundup 'or : NTH CHLORINE CHLORINE TABLETSConoanlraiad : FASHION SHORTS MEN'S PAJAMAS TUB SOCKS Save 11% Finesse. Hair Spray 7(>*. "4.8
stories on family pre-reglstration day '
up '. NIn'I 100% canon *.III Pary/ootlon '.. .. .
5'h Ib. improved granular } taOelachlorlnalaa paiama MID Man boy* one size Regular Extra HoM Re;,3.36..t.;" ,
history and bring a the noon meal. the big circus: tent from 5 to 8 p,m. Ib, ( 213" Color A D. .trip**, "Packaoa of 3. lOOCapautaa. Rag, ._32... ,:...*..;*.........4.4 M .J *

James Anderson's father was killed Please come and register your JKJ\: : ', _. ,. ..' .,' .. ,
in the Civil War. His mother. children that day for Vacation Bible 'tOUR I.i I .. I
Elizabeth (Douglas) married Sellars School'' the next week. Games and CHOlq<' .. .eIIIlore.' ,
Cole and later married Daniel singing will be enjoyed by all.Gospel '. t\ rwlI < .. 'L

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two marriages are. also Invited to at- I ... t ; 1, V'hfilIr'
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For information contact Mae "'" /, ,' I
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32091. phone :number ,9e4- :,or : gospel sing will be ''presented at ,. \ Ii'

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Drive Pensacola r.h" : '32503. phone, Methodist, Church, US-301, north of YOUR 11 -
number 4334555. < Starke,'June 9 at 7:30 p.m. CNOICR .
The featured group will be The Emmanuel -

be served Singers.afterwards Refreshments and the publicIs will. .127 2 16 8cour/T 1 388To938 9 83 .9

; New Bethel t Church invited, Reg' U7 .. PRICe fleg_;..t 1 DlIC-PAlCe A.t-.10.84 IMI.12.ts

Honors 6raduatos 1 GALLON CHLORINE. Regii' I MIN'S CASUALS. '' PICNHMNTMlM'" 'sUNGIASSlS ',%-.MKr-MOSt ,:.......... SFNINKLtN
) mod oChoow In* II tablelop 'lieu'51 waMn'e .
New Bethel Baptist Church will Did,You Know........... ,N.Ctlw*, diamlactant igcd*, Sac-. 'CIlOO MUtar' r1aoo,7.12.s "Ip1AN Plgakln *hoM r1. IAo Nb grid or IM. }0, qfcfoam tic srvImmstyletdeMlerlald ,, )),' eIg d*. r"iaa"4 nnlja yAew"d1'W wm 1-ehw HI"rtvwMna.urmiia JIIeI--: *
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honor their graduates Mary Campbell 'let ; water ua to lall."

and Andrew,Patterson- Sun Mr. and Mrs.vj,Spenglar returned .
t day,June 10 at 11'a.m..f Monday from a weeks vacation In. Convenient) t.;: ',x ', ," '
All graduates In the area are Washington D.C. where they visited i'S1.1. : ,' .
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.. ;" Mew Legion Officers to be Installed at Ladies Night Ceremonies Bradford Humane Society Elects

eh New officers' 1 I
es Vh te Post 58, American of JonclI-l..nngford.Legion, will William"""'* *"! ';Monaco i rlus Hess, Uuipluiii. .mo' BUS. the year. Officers; Adopts Goals Fqr Year V ::
, .e Installed at a ladles Scrgcant-at-Arms. Flags were folded and presented to Veterans of all wars, who wish to )
rd neeting in the home night dinner AI Crosby,retiring Adjutant,outlined the next of kin of deceased veterans" Join Post 56 are invited taattend this .
load, Thursday post, June on Edwards the following activities of.the post several funerals durjng the year. ''v; installation dinner-meeting,,,together A listglobjectlveefor.the pre tdent of the society, and > ;,
c rtth a social hour 23 starting during the past year: A Veterans Day program and with their spouses. Pres members Bradford( Humane Society was llc rt elected! at lhls tim w (?>t 1i6'l./,
/ be served at 7 p.m. Dinner Two boys will attend Boys State in breakfast was held November 11 at of the post are encouraged to Invite adopted at a luncheon meeting of the S6I7, vice president;
,a |j/ill Ion ceremonies at at 7:30: with InstaJla- Tallahassee, June 24-30. the post home.Memorial any prospective new member who organization, attended by 45 secretary; and Linda Fisher,
; 8:15.: $50 was donated to the local ,would like to attend. members last Thursday. treasurer.
t.ta, Officers installed at this time will Ministerial Alliance to help needy Day services were conducted Retiring Commander George H. Attention will be focused on: Investigation Elected to the hoard of director for
s 08: Robert L. Bob) Brown, Post families. at the courthouse on May 28. Pierce says, "We wish to thank you of cruelty to animals the coming year were Rev. Arthur
Ig.t :.oinmander; Joe A. Gissy, Adjutant Two high school and two junior high Many veterans and their families! for your support during the past year, cases, and instigating legislation Lee, Dorothy Brown Frank Brown "
; students were given American were assisted through services of the within the Ruckdeschet, Ann
t.M. Smith Treasurer; A.W. Blaha, Legion and look forward to seeing you at the county to further this ttoxanne Wbiffen.
,,'. 0F istorian; Bill Haas,Service Officer school awards as outstanding Post Service Officer and other ''dinner next Tuesday. Your alien- cause: spearheading a committee to Dr. Wayne Whiffen, Edithe Her
. J.J. Schaefer, Vice Commander; students for the year. members of the post. dance is important. Come out and organize a county animal shelter; and nandez Eldora Moore, Charles
rrederte! A. Siddons, Vice Com-; One student was awarded the Americanism and a strong Americawas !support your post and its officers/' sponsoring rabies clinics within the Moore, Richard Solze, Darrell
American Legion ROTC medal at promoted In various ways during I county. Also on the priority list were: O'Neal, and Bernard Ruckdeschel.

r V >.** \ r i sponsoring spay/neutering clinics, The Society voted to hold a Board of
-- from and soliciting funds Directors the first Tuesday
The word the Anglo Saxon hlaeldige. to accomplishthese meeting on
I I bolt lightning. can strike the earth with a force as great as 100 million volts. meaning "the bread'matfr ;!" ,'? ''I / objectives, of each month,starting July 9, in
.. l(,,'Ft.-' Vo'; Lynne Newsome. was: re-elected the Chamber of Commerce office at
II,, \ Madison and Walnut Streets. General
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once a quarter, with the first one set
AMERICAS: FAMILY! DRUG STORE I for September. Alt members are

__ \\r welcome to attend board meetings
OJ LuJ [ [B IR also.Efforts
;I.\" 'I ThN J will be made to keep the

: !\ general value of a public Humane informed Society to as the to com the

H "je" > munity and the various services
,: r ,, planned to be' offered such as

LII\-l1: : \ [ I : ( : : educational spay/neutering presentations clinics rabies in schools clinics,

.. and civic groups, and efforts to curb,
L.=i .. ;, through. education, pet population exiploeion.

/ SHOP OUR 81 WIDE SALE THRU SATURDAY! Several new members Joined the' ,.
organization at this meeting.
p 'AM \--.

EFFERDENT 0-VEL ,Did You .Know.............

What to do? I DENTURE MUSCLE Mrs. Emma Tanner of Baldwin

h CLEANSERRELAXANT visited her sister,. Mrs. J.H. Fields
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,Ask your EckerdPharmacist. 60TASLSTSWith ..Elal. PAIN and Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Green last
F I FMI' -, '"' 'Thursday.:
..SOZ.FFSKRIP. e ',., RELIEVER
SO CAPSULES
'II Mr. and Mrs. Jim Walker and
i'' ) $8 a daughter; Laura of Arlington TX
r .699 I ;
Your Eckerd Pharmacist, (Is : PLAYTEX TAMPONS spent Friday and Saturday with Mrs.
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concerned about .. ""' J.G. Jackson and attended the
your family's I) Limit 1 i 'limit 2 J J> """' DEODORANT ,
graduation of her Ion, David from'
; health and wellness. MCK **
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{ / : 11a high school in Gainesville. David
.%. :. ; k returned to Texas with his mother
'. .-,. Mrs. Jim Walker, for the summer.
aI6lA6M1I11M1a ; "IIJ1M'. Also attending the graduation were
David's father.Bill Jackson and Mrs.
Jackson, Mrs. J.G. ,Jackson Mrs..
AF Julia Alvarez, Mrs Sue Tilley and

;: T Mrs.,Elizabeth Stalnaker
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t,'. D : PAI.MOI1liitt Duplicate Bridge Club results for
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.:w' / May 29 were: N-S, ,Mr. and Mrs.
F" p >1t+wP l : } ta01 nlPAlMOlSUNSWEET Burnette and Ida Shaw'and Evelyn

.1 hlfIAfS.pp Griffin: E-WV ,Lora>> .Frances 'and
" 1y 1. J!: Yvonne Riechmann and John'
Langford and Ceil Terwillegar.

GF51C IA&115 -" ..-..-.... The McCauley family< reunion was
held Sunday at the home of Mr. and

PALMOLIVE COLDBATHSOAP Mrs. Robert W. Milner.Jr. on Debra
GALAXY :ton SPEED Street with approximately 40 atten
.' BUFFERED PITTED PRUNES ding. The McGauleys were the
J GILLETTE.DISPOSABLE Or PRUNE JUICE WIND MACHINE JC FAN &7S- *. Mff. 4V '*. parents of Mrs Charles Hardy.
ASPIRIN GOOD NEWS RAZORS

;: 9omi or too w en OF 10 : 1F ; Mr. and 'Mrs. Drew Barry of
1 9 Compare to Limit t pack 99:12001..0. 2499n521 3/89 Gainesville and Mrs. J.'Barry and
Bufferin. 167 daughter Adrienne and house guest
, .' ''Carol Adams 01.Birmingham AL
/!7 ""' ..) -<, '. Limit 2 Lightweight.&;durable.' lIJllt! 5, were In Newberry, Saturday to attend: .
.. ., ... .." the OOt, bb1yQUV.iWarn, r J\a t7Jh;.
>, ;. i"'; 14 :!I"Jelt nrylvrlt a.tJ {UtW K/lgslat eM
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y tr', S, % QUAKER CRAM PRIX AM/FM ,POLAROID,

""" ", : CHEWY m R4 al SHOPANYONE'S HEADPHONERADIO SUN '600 LIIS'i RENEW Moellng'
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: $ Y 'GRANOLA AD .CAMERA William Marchese chairman, led a
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group of parishioners which assembled -
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.. 1.5OZ.SINCUBS. In St. Edward's parish hall, Tuesday -

'"\ 0511 si 5 y/0 ... '!ti2u,, .n We meet all locally 99 32" meeting.evening, May: 29, for a RENEW'

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4'1i' :J Identical 1 merchandise. Padded vinyl books'and the guidelines for Implementing -
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HYDRCCOZniSONE. CREAM .1 ear covers -, the RENEW program'
J, Bring iu' current; ads. .. were discussed.
io* The RENEW team members
149 & encircled -
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, Compare to Cortaid, -, the table which held an opened
Bible and lighted candle. The program

MAX FACTOR SPORTSTV DUM-DUM POPS 12" TABLE TOP, consisted of.hymns scripture
CHILDREN'STYLENOL H 1l COLLECTION '9-OZ. or 1 I. 'CRILL: CUTTER INSECT reading, 'prayer, reflection and
ELIXIR3974oj. .. ."" I discussion. Father' Joseph
MAKE-UP a. 99 .- Rev. 5." REPELLENTLOTION Finlay
\ Pastor. gave the final blessing.
.,' x20% OFF 77C :: '.. ; ,29S ; Or STICK The next RENEW meeting set for

REGULAR PRICE ? ;' Wednesday,June 6at7:30p.m.ln: the
Limit 2'S, ( g.n parish hall.
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SILKIENCE i\
uiotiorf or
SHAMPOO orCONDITIONER FRENCH'S MUSTARD !\ 4-i a IRlIZII'IIOOt' .ff i-oz Stick 'Graduates Honored
IN CARTOON SOUIIZIami i' .TRRt. txwu: 71" Tina Bowen and Michelle Klmutls,
9915-02. KLEENEX BOUTIOUEFACIAL'TISSUES ,' PROCTOR-SILEX 10-CUP 1984 Bradford High School graduates;
'J 4 J AUTO-oRIP were honored at a Mass ana reception.
,,, 69C--... f.JJ. k COFFEEMAXER4A415AI held at St.Edward's Church Sunday
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'J! price reflects 69 c.ox once. ,,,,,, June 3.,They presented the Offertory
''i tents off label. ,iF! Limit? Limit 1 A3ULTl-POSiTION Ma. 22.99 gifts during Mass. Father Joseph

'? Limit 2 .. COMBI lOUNCERSWIMSUITS 99 Finlay,'. Pastor congratulated themon
q; TROPICAL BLEND i JR. Or MISSY .' ......13.99 their accomplishments and wished
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DARK TANNING 8 Easy pour them well on behalf of the parish. ".
LOTION or ,OIL PUREX or 899 1o-cuucallte. Following Mass-Tina and Michelle
ARM & were honored with a reception held In
288S-OZ.459 the parish hall.They wee seated with
Jobey ''CALAxY'12'
HAMMER JOel'S" their families ,at ,a special table
,Limit 2 ; I f'.
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I LAUNDRY .- 7 :3-SPEEO DELUXE
a HOUSEPLANT .J.be) decorated with an arrangement of
'DETERGENT ,or FLOWER POT = FAN fresh roses and daisies*
ALO SUN AFTER TAN .1.6l- SPIKES 2153 The refreshment.table held the
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tN01CRN TAN PACK OF 20 M9. 99 |>k. I i//:: -71 I, ;, 29.99 cake decorated with yellow flowersand.topped
YOUR with a miniature girl
,. 22"
3 gaol ? 42-qz. Purex or 65-oz, tI: 1100 ({I 1 graduate. Punch and. snacks were
Rep' r "'-- Amr & Hammer,; limit 2 Lightweight .also served. -

& durable. The graduates were presented witha
, \ ,. MELNOR PULSATING ; I crucifix,a gift of St Edward'*Altar
or CRCEN CARDBNSPIKIS Society In rememberance of the occa.
'CUTKX' ; I POLLENEX HAND-HELD: ,t sion. :
RBVL0N 73001iRS -
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956OC Or j DIAL MASSAGE The cake made Zita
t. SAVE 5.00 ON was by
,MAILINEIANT'. g$. to 6.99. 9CLECTED :SHOWfiRHEAD Shuford. In charge of arrangements
99 1 ICE CHESTS 'torn*** M... n.. .,. for
the Muriel Gllhoo-
ENAMEL ;POUSHREMOVER ,4 .FAMILY 15-OT. tNTIKTAINe .... f ? reception were ,
.' .Spec1AL YALe1 x '" V' .. .+_.r St-...COOLIK 19.99 ly and Mary.Cissy.
:, : '" ,", l ,. ,. corr urni KOOI.RCST, -3.00 ,vwl"" .,.. ,
r I s.oz. : OLM 15COSPINNING carr TOTi'Selection'may l' Pvt.,,Perry,Completes
" J'.. ,7,9 : ,\\iarl by' .15.91 := COMBO
,.I.'!t{",. ,.I, i 1 .1 H ...* .- r <* I I .location. While: quantities. last. A showerheads} .} inn. it Army Basic TrainingArmy '
< '1 1998 Y National(Guard Pvt.Gary R.

o1It, "'I Llmlt\\ 'j 2 ar9 EVERCADVEMERGI2ER Perry Jr., eon of paulette L. Conway
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1V.'ft Mflll'l; : .o'.o''o" -
or AAA"BATTERIES '
at Fort Jackson S.C. '
SULFOOCNISdMTCIWX I
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training ,students
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I'it,? ceremonies weapons, map readW.:,
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,:\ .',t! '::2.=s. '4 :'u 139SUtJICIUCNI tactics,;"military"courtesy,. military
;1' justice.?first aid, .and_Army htotuvy,
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SCRATCHIX'I and traditions.
h'' iF' TICK a niA SPRAY 7-oz., .....'.i::;:2.29. He is*1W3 graduate'ot;.Bradford''
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: pafjd( and Jlarold' Eunice and to report that Mr, '\ f 'Y
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:: : $. Bob- family on Sunday. !' PurviBrown Was able to come,,home ttTght
Mrs. Earl Troxell left from North Mr.:and Mr.Robert:\ Lee and Linda
and J.R.., Tuesday to Florida Regional
y ; ,spent spend three weeks wit| her son-In-law Hospital l Gainesville, on Saturda,. were Sunday dinner guests of Marjorie -
Mt. Pisgah, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Craig She is getting(along well, our prayers Whetsel in Keystone Heights.Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Hill of
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there they Carrol, of Boca Ratone are with hel'!;
(vlitchell, the Mrs. Debbie Arwopd, of Jacksonville Grace United Methodist Church Installed Spokane, WA have arrived for theirgrandaughter's
/ ,United was a Sunday dinner guest of air conditioning in their Susan Wilkerson's,
Santa Claus| her grandmother, Mri IU. Wilkison, church,on May 26. graduation from Bradford High
School on June!! jl. They had a big dinner
I I i Sr. Mrs.Pat, Hamilton and daughter
!DeV re and Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Jr., Mr. Kimberly Gainesville' visited her* ", on Sunday; and Mrs. Ed War neice Mrs.! Rossie Mrs. ....G. Wilkerson which WAS enjoyed
/ Petersburg, ; Mrs. Berdie Reddish: on '
( mother, Taylor, and the Russell Nail family Memorial Day. by all present.
a week in Orlando Mrs Doris Purser, of Lake
family. spend in the Asbury,
"Middle ape i II when are
: of Lake Seventh Day Adventist Camp was a Saturday dinner guest of her you
had lots of sister, Mrs. Wilma too young to take up golf
guests of Meeting. They speakers, W.iinwright
Harold and a wonderful meeting. They were Friends of! Mrs. Linda Garland and too" old to rush up to
,, happy to get home again, were sorry to earn that she was a pa- / the net P. Adami
: son, Justin Mr. and Mrs. BL. Wilkison III are tient in Bradford Hospital from .F.ranklin. .
vme. spend visiting their grandmother in Knox. Thursday until t, Sunday. Our prayersare i
.Mr, ville, TN, and they plan to stop in with her. "Flowers are the sweetest
: : Atlanta, GA to 'visit}, more ,of their Mr., and Mrs. Tommy Clayton, of thing Goriever made and
hamvisited,;: ,relatives on their. way home. Jacksonville, were Friday supper forgot to put a tout Into."
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:; r Mr. and Mrs. Cfecll Mattheus May 18 Shannon Smith'; Mild 20'- "'J' 'it ':. tMI O t Crull;
Fish Fry Benefit celebrated their 49th! wedding anniversary Regina Padgett and Chris Brown; Derrick Jenkins Great Big Billy
The Hampton Women's Club is on May 25. Joining them in May 23 Sandy Frlese.! Cheryl Meng; Goat Gruff; The Trolls Were Tim
1oan sponsoring a Fish Fry on Saturday their celebration dinner were Leo and Cecil Stanley 8n4.Vivian Patterson; Crews Steve Lewis and Kevin Orton;
; : June 9.from noon 5 p.m.The dinner Laura Gant, daughter Holly and two May 28-Donna Parade; May 29-Car- The Elves (Story Tellers) were
will be served at the firehouse and children. We wish them many more rie and Christy Manning; May 31 Christina Broome, Jennifer Darley
'i" take out orders will be available. The happy anniversaries Mike Cole and Teresa Meng; June 1- and Laurel Sanford; Bambi C.K. Fuqua -
: ,:. could be cruising down the + dinners are priced at $2 and includeall Among those visiting Bud and Karen Waldron; May 2 Chad Smith : Flower Tina Meng; Cardinal.Paula -
highway in the new th4 trimmings. Proceeds will to Louise Mattheus on Mother's Day and Samantha Truman; June 3-,Her- Rhodent Blue Jay Terri
,,'' ',car or RV of your choice in no time.Ask us for a loan the local fire department. go were their children, Mr. and Mrs. shel Waldron; June 5 Bernard T Truett; peter 1 Rabbit Adam Hall;
and well get back to you in 2 hrs. > Gratitude ""- Ralph Langford of Pernandina Mr. Baej. Flopny Julie Collins; Mop. y Jen-
"< t A v,' .' The Hampton Women's Club wishesto and Mrs. Marcus Lanier of West Hampton Elementary nifer Jones; Cottontail Elaine
: ; ; '. thank Mrs.Owen Simmons and Mr. Palm Beach, and Glen Mattheus of First Graders Perform Rhoden; Goldilocks Tracy MeCultouoh -
.J...,.. ".. \ ,.,, ., j. Roy Roark for the donation of azalea,' Folkston, GA. Tuesday morning, June 5,principal ; Papa Bear Eddie woods;
'.. .,\ ),''! maragold and other plants. They are Mr and Mrs. Cecil Mattheus att.neded Connie Clark welcomed the entire student Mama Bear-Pam McWW1ams; Baby
;,:,( 'il. now growing around City Half and the graduation on Sunday June body to an assembly at the Bear Dale Grover and Red Riding ; '
... !!', F1oricla"NatiOnai: BankVy help beautify the spot. 3, of their grandson Randy Langford. school. Mrs.Jean Clark presented her Hood Sonya Hodges.
,' Ii I. Christian Church Service Ceremonies,.took place at the School first grade students in the production Tuesday evening,parents,relativesand
,' '><;:'* ;*',.,-i i'I 1OSW.Jefferson St.Storks 32091. ((904)) 964.7050 On Sunday June lOt at 11 a.m.Vast! for the Deaf and Blind in St. "The Three Billy Goats Gruff." freinds of the first graders were
p'''I t" ,ljT''I I'IC .c, \ and Willie Strickland will present a Augustine. Randy graduated with The children'sang very well to the delighted In seeing the production.
r...'' M'k, special Song Service at the Hampton' honors, from the 12th grade and accompaniment of Mrs. Clark at the Special thanks goes to Debbie

--- "".,, MFMIIElHDlCIEQIW,HOUSING rrrDrnl Christian, Church. Everyone is invited <. received a scholarship to,a school: in'l piano.1, ",,..,. and Broome helping for with assisting refreshments with costumes; also

.1 .. ,ALL ITEMS: & PRICES GOOD THURSDAY JUNE 7 THRU, ,''': ; to Vicki Crews and the parents for
their support. Bryan Clark furnishedthe
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,. famous bride.
Mark Smith won the ."Program {
Cover Design and his art;.work was
used on the cover. '' I

.( ,r Super P.E. Students .
,' t, 'I" The following were named Super
.. ." ,'I' P.E. Students for the week May 28 to
:>> ', .'I' ">0' / June 1: Jenny*Johnson Julie Collins
) ". Stacy Young Donald Dick, DavidRobertsj

''t, ',.,,', Melissa Byrd, Cheryl
t Thomas and Kevin Barton.
: Last Day of School
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; 'school for the students. Specialawards
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.1, 'I' Ing.-Teachers will have several additional -

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FRESH GREEN',
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EXTRA LARGE %; -t-tWt If, :' 39 Starka"Lodga.1802

tpv CALIFORNIA BROCCOLI'CANT B.P.O. Elks News,

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ALOUPES .1./, V r Vl7r ,I N Elks Stand Up for America U the
slogan for the'' newly elected State
President ,Florida Elkdom
Bonus Thomas M Coker, Jr.. of Ft..Lauder-

.. EACH Z .7 9 dal.The Florida State Elk Convention.
..was. held May :2* through May 27 at
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f. r. 1 1 1 LARGE the Desert Inn In Daytona, Beach.

"I.U I EI C BUNCH' were Delegates Exalted from Ruler the and Stark Mrs.:George Lodge

,(:-" I. ,W. Brown;. Past Exalted Ruler'-and
J S'V .'yV y, ,! s1ftiw Mrs Vernon Nichols;, Esquire and
NO.'I' SWHITE' Mrs. Richard Solze Sr.; Bill Finucan,
4OSUY
U.S. '
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The major project for Florida Elk
1 $139.OTATQESLBBAG Lodges is the Harry Anna Hospital for
Crippled Children in Umatilla.

-- There are only three requirements
for-admission. The patient must be
r ,stt ,"'',,. .i y! between birth and 17 years of age; the
:: I yQ.I + 1;RED RIPE patient must be a resident'of the Stateof
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'WATEREB 14 orthopaedic problem. Our hospitalis
continually, and has

t1 : 4' :,u) 1p.f \ mod 40pa MELONS LB the room patient for more chin, at no cost to

,0The; ( Ji1kLOJI'ge; ,.la, .essentually a
patriotic organization..Obs rvances
."' [.of Flag.Day is mandatory for alt Elk
LOdges. year. Service
held rkElk
will be 'the Lodgeon
Saturday June 16, at 3 p.m.,
followed by a hamburger fry and corn
boil at the Kingsley Lake home of Exalted -
Ruler, George W. Brown.

SWEET JUICY LARGE!

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; o4 \ sur WAGNER APPLE $119Aofl 'c v pleasant"Methodist Grove Church United
,; NORTHERN RO4l r
JUICE The June birthday club will sponsora
program Sunday June 10, at 3 p.m.
,r $" ; < BATHROOM .. Rev. Jake Smith will preach and all
'hen; 4r '' TISSUE : ."members are asked to attend.
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A" :z; f SCOTT : FT ,%". Antlock Missionary
,;,:A' ijj :, WHITE OR ASSTD. PAPER Baptist Church

'f.ifj I UMrr-1 wren t A T.OO on MOM rooo o oeit( ,' / < observed' Sunday. Evangelist Helen
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secured the lead in Starke men's Jr.Stars 000 000 0 Methodist leading hittersjTMu'ndorffwith
church softball action with a 14-1 New River leading hitters: Anderson a double, Steven 3-of-3 with two
record. with a double. Cain 2-ol-3 with a home doubles and a home run,'', :fir> '*

Following three games behind run Tompkins with a double Manning j. ,',
Grace Is First Methodist with an 11-5 3-of.4. Tuesday, May, 29 '
mark. Northside and the Starke Stars Jr. Stars leading hltterst Green 2of3. .|jl.' VM-; ,
are tied for third place with 10-5 Smyrna '1*> '163 14

records. Methodist, 292 912 15 New River 001 i CIS 07
Smyrna 100 001 02' Smyrna leading hitters: 'Sle'3-of.3

STANDINGSGrace Methodist leading hitters: Winkler with a triple and double., Norton 4-oM
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14-1 triple and double, Durban 3-oM with a New River leading hitter: Thompkln.
home run and two doubles, Alloy 3-ol-3 with a double. i 3
First Methodist 11-4
Stars II -S Wise 2-of-3 with a double. f sit xt'', t + ,f ?
Airpark 001 054 13
Northslde II -S
Jr. Stars 210 602 II
New River 8-8 Monday May 21 "'r I '
Airpark leading hitter: Nugent 2.af.4with
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double. Moss 2-oM with a triple
Air Park 2-13 Stars 323 325 II a
Jr Stars 0-15 Jr. Stan 002 040 0* Thornton 3-of-4 with 0""' triple.. Nugent
Stars leading hitters:' Robinson 3-of-4 2of3.
Jr. Stars leading hitters3of3 with a .. ,
RESULTS with two double, Crosby 3-of-S Johnson '
...of.$,with a double Chappell with a triple double Jackson with a double.. 'i .

Tuesday,June 5N.w and home run. Biggs with a triple.Jr. t I ., .}; .. ..
Grace V4j"\ :; 220 14 )f "
Stars leading hitters: Pernell and y .'. : ''
First Methodist 001, 000 01 'I' ,'1. "
2-of-4 ,' .
Coburn each.
River 320 020 7 {. J.
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Grace leading hitters; Duncan ", ) /'
Northslde 012 :300 6New ., ::1 tl r
201 035 11FIntM.thodist Johnson 3-oM. McClellan 2o4.. Johnson .. -', '.lIt;' SnA;: ,.. v ', "fir
River leading hitters: Anderson4of4 Airpark .,
with a home run, Nazworth 2o'3.Methodist .
143 221 14 .
with double. Cain with doubU.
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Northside/leading hitter: Prevott 3-of-3 Airpark leading :
2-of-3 William 2-of-2 '' ',< 1Ii., ,< I
with a double Chitty; Davis'2-of-3. two doubles and a triple. .; ;1(. .. : .I ., .
Methodist leading hitters: Thomas .. 1 .. i ,t ." -",., :,.:f'-'I"f : r v' A",t '..-t.' '''' :JR'I ''' ;.4'}'""
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403 101 10
day with a double. .; :::
Grace 1301 022 It Star leading. hitters: Chappell 1-of-2 Safe at Second.; 1 ( rtM It tang ..I..fc';)
with a triple.North.lde
Grace 444 140 17
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Grace leading hitter: Duncan 2-of-3 Hilliard with Infield home base I seconds hits during Uleg.q.e: to help Grace Baptist to a 18-0'
hitters Boone 3-of-4, 3-of-4, an run only by>> during men's church league action
Grace leading :
with J. Johnson 3-of-S C.
Johnson a triple Chub Johnson 2-of-4. Johnson 3-of-4 with a double, C. Johnson Prevatt with a double Cox with a triple. last Monday afternoon. Johnson attributed, 3-of-4 Shut down.of Smyrna Baptist, '

Smyrna leading hitter: Norton l-of-2 2-of-3 with a triple and double. I f

Swindell 20'2.Narth.lde II
Northside 041 502 12 I 4
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Airpark 020 301 06 Northside leading hitters: Prevatt

Northside leading hitters: Prevott 3-of-5, Revels 3-of-4. '
3-of-S Revel 2-of-4. Smyrna leading hitters: Searle with a ;1" 'i". }

Airpark leading hitters: Luke 2-of-4. double. Broughton 2-oM with a double -- ,,
Davis 3-of-4.

Star. 134 301 19 THE
New River 000 004 04 Tuesday,May 22 .
Stars leading hitters: Francis 3-of-4 with OFFICE l Give the Graduate
two doubles Chappell 2-oM with a home Airpark 001 00 1 -
run. Carroll "-of." with a triple and double Smyrna 031 030 7 SHOP '
Bennett with a triple. Whitehead Airpark leading hitters: Moss, Nugent. \ in your ifef
Luke Olive Nettles, Baker with singles. .
2-of-2 with a double Dlgg 3-ol-3 with a All.UNOEI*OUST HOO*'
double. Smyrna leading hitters: Henkell 3of3. 110W.Call St.

New River leading hitters: Anderson Willis 2-of.3. 964-5764 a gift they they r

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2o2 with a double.

Thursday May 24 Starke. Flo. will i I ways IAEOy.
Thursday, May 31, ,1 a '
Grace 453 120 15

AirPark 000 210 03 Stars 000 142 07 .r..emen4er
I Star 20 MS 23 Grace leading hitters: Duncan with a T ...,
Air Park leading.hlttes; 4arnilton with double. Boone.,,:$- "S.McFellon 3-oM j .. .
'a home run Thornton with triple./ with three home runs Warren with a dod 4un ,, ; ..w + j. '1.t iz
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Stars leading hitter.: Johns with a double ble. .
and triple. Warren 3-oM with a double Stars leading hitters: Carroll with a i
Robinson with a triple. Thornton home run. Polk 2-of-4 with a double Warren "j Jl V.H.S. Fisher'
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3-of-3 with a triple Harrison 4-of-4 with a with a double Welch 2-o'-3.Northside : ,' ,
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Grace 171 070 17 Jr. Stars 051 000 040 100 7 4 II 4 ; ; Video Recorder

Northilde 000 000 00 Northside leading hitters: Blankenshlp )

Grace leading hitters: J. Johnson3of4 3-of-4, Prevatt with a double.Jr. t I ,, !' t> .. __
C. Johnson 3-ol-3 with a triple. Stars leading hitters: Traylor For As Little I As ..
Chub Johnson 2-of-3 with two home runs, Jackson Purnell with singles..' ," i c :, : ';l. :.' I '
Dlcandio 3-ol3 with a double Nazworth lr' : IIII
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Basketball in the summer? on our quickness and intense defensive ,I ... :": :-' Miikirk :Spec.i*L! : '
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Keystone Heights AAU squad goes defensive rebounding" Kager said. iorr9uhcitboi: ::; d,l rQcen e; .
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and Keystone Coach Mark Kager said guys really like to play and they're : :," \.

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a hot-shooting point guard who has more Saturday practices in the KHHS l-t) : ,. !
excelled under KHHS; Indian Head gym and scrimmage tonight against '
t' Coach Ron Ausec for the past two Hastings at 7 p.m. in the KHHS Gym.
'.I seasons, as well as Darren Chandler, Two other scrimmages have been set '. : Rentals! ,
Glen Olliver, Artis Paige, Charles for June 12th and 14th. 'l' $5'50- ', : i
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S.I", The Keystone team Is working "These games are fun to watch for I' :, '' ., 1,1 .' I:
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,, conditioning will one of the keys to his We've got a young team in this age fuT .. 'I''. ; )i ..
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'oodchlppers with a 12-1 record. The LWCI leading hitter: Baisett 2-of-3 f' 3of3. all double.. .''V"V"
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season leading : Thompson hitter Thursday,May 31 i\--- .
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Holding on to third place is Florida with a triple, Roger l-of-2 with a double. a ,)'. ,
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.. oly with a 9-5 record. .' double. .r Lawtey Forfeit "
'Teal Tile beat the Woodchippers Wildcat '. 7 Olin Forfeit
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I. IWCI 104 000 07 Fla. Poly 100 030 4Woodchlpper '
Wednesday, May 23 Teal Tile 753 300 22 I, leading hitter Wheeler' .
: ; 2 of 3. Hull 2-of-3 with double, "
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ealTIle'. J'' .I 't' "f'i2-j, Flo. Poly V''IVV''l? 7 with a home run Thlgpen: l-of-3 with l-of-3.:1' a\*y,2-of-3 with a double;.LewIs with a double.

''oodchippers -' vv *" ."""f 12-2 Lawtey 'I' .i' >'p< 0 home run, Hudson 2-of-2: ., '.lit'Poly leading hitter: Jameton 2-of-3 Po'ulan :
la. Poly, : Forfeit v with a double Roger 2-of-3.
9-5 Teal Tile leading hitter: Keen 3-of-4,
wci }," : '. ': 78Uns Goodge 2-of-4 with a double, Stratton '<.. 1" ;.
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tf2-12! Palodlno with a double, Roger with or ,113 221 12 2000 .J'
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.RESULTS : home run. Tanner with a double.: r, .V ,'I'( /Iwith three double, Stratton 3-of-S with
TI,*' f| i t't. LWa leading hitter: RauUrton! l-of-2l: Woodchlpper-,*- -. 7 OL two double Crew with a home run, PLUS extra 12" bar and. chain "I',''

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Flo. Poly- '220' 314 12 \V Begg and Norman with double..
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Phlllle.! I '"'' 410 09 Nelbor..IIof.'Wlth. : a double. Hardware HARDWARE STORES
; Bulldogs ,leading Mtterk: Hamilton{
I 2-ol-3. Smith with a double. Griffin 2-ol-3.' Ranger 034 020 04 1J11 WIS tagi' uisiL::

Phllll.. leading hitter) Olive with a trl.I' |. Indians 193 904 >4 IIIII'U 114N
; pie, Hicks 2-of-3 with 0 double Ranger 'leading hitter: Prevatt lof3.

I' '. 'Indian leading hitter*: Fisher l-of-2, Folks
j Indian ,?' MO .. 774 28 Crawford 2-6f-3 with two doubles, Cub 3 :

f Phillies :130 ,100- 04 '_g. 3of-4 with a double and triple, K '' We Want you to meet Happy Helper
Indian. leading hitters Or.eR with a Pr von with a double Flood, Neighbors

}1 triple. Cubbedge 3-of.: .. with two double with,double*. rIndian's / ; We have retained him and his staff .
11 Phllll.* leading'hlttersr/Sapp, I-of-2. .r" \; ': new advertising specialist.
our
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Jones'l-of-K;'powr/1-of-2. ., ',1.I' *' .' "< 440 102 13 ; ,
\tf sfv';' .,' j, *" "" t
Phillies 004 201 Ot
r I' BullJog I 00 301 3 Indians leading hitter: Green 2-of-3, ; L'' +" ach will have super specials every week
Indian 4404 i'000 rI 2 ol 3
Prvatt McElroy 3-of-3. r
Bulldog loading hltt.,. ?Snow. 1 1-0..2.. .. ''" Phlllle leading hitters: McKlnn.y with ', His Special this Week: C

with a double, Thompson '" Hamilton 1 ''a toubl, Grey with a double. '. Y ZD
Common Brite Nails
ij l-of-2.. + ,. 1ft. j
Sites 8 10 -12 16 limit 4 tbs' .


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I Dixie Major scoreboard dir, ., Ud 1.I*HJM V e" lit Master.MECHANIC

:: Action Gets Hot at Second Base eA7Y CIRCULAR
o'i '
Dodger 103 S triple, SheHleld 2-of-3 with a double. 'I{ \ :, SAW WITH 30-Ft.. 11-In.
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tl. Met ''I{ i .1" 200 .2111, : FREE Power Tap RulaNow
: '' Met 042 020 0 \ Derr,
? \
j 'LoA
leading hitter
Dodger* *: jwlth'adoubt. .. CARBIDE Only!
.. Brave. 200 001 1 .. .
Jackson Met leading hitter: Smith with a dou TIPPED
Met leading hitter: 1-ol-3 99
b''.. S '
with a double, Porter 2-of-2, Cubbedge1of2. ritde.YouthSgrireboard" RE0.8N
Brave. leading hitter: Olive 2-of-3 witha S18.79

double, Frounfeltef 2of3. ., ,,, ",,' $59 8De
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Bulldog 4M 001 12 .
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REGULAR ..R. S99.9S Dptt
Otont* 440 120 II '
Met 100 402 07 Bulldogs'
1 001' 103 0 doubles Strickland with a double. 7V," Heavy Duty Saw + ZA HP 'Buy"
hltt... Dyol 2-of-3, Dod,., 100 200 03 Chub 100' 'L''
Bulldog leading 410
1' Ranger leading hitter: Borne. with a .m"xwem
:
Hamltlon with' home Giant leading hitters: Herey 3 of-4 hitters ''' l':::=.:.===
a ;run. Thornton. Bulldogs leading Smith'2-of-3.M'double! Brown 2-ot-4 with 'a trip!.. :w "te .-
2-of-3, Snow 3'01.3 ,with' a home' run, with a double. Simmon., Hudson with Bryant with,a double. 'f.W Whlt.h.dwithabem.run, Glllenwater :._'Owes"_..=_= ,:" 1.atoe1C1QQ1.locllbutl.allokltbladl.urelyfafaini.:
Prescort with a home run. '.r f/;. .'t.M.ts > double- Jenkln 2of4 with a .home run Chub leading hitter: Davis with a trKT2of3' with a home run and double, wiser "__ iccwatt_-. BnceNsdsal llMljllld)*prt'l
hitter Whltehead 2o3. .. and double, Collln 2-6f-3. 1W''t Powers .oef :w ,n r a, Nell l !pmuclad) !fiy lnglHrnpicl CycMac: tats MMI't30;
leading : pl., Douglas l-of-3, Toylor 1-01.3. with a trip!.. .wwvx-aw"
Motion l-of-2. Gnann 1-o1.rilJ: :,,' : : : /Dodger* leading hitter long 2of3.Breve 1 Kp1, r.cv.a./m:: --mun_..._
:. *1"'i '
;. ; Bull .. ,.., 100 102 4 'Bull. 032 120 4
:
Blacks Blacks. Decker
:L'' .: Decker'JIOSAW
I'. GOO 006 04 .. : .
Chubs'- 1{'" 010 000 I & Maverick. 101 0103
Dodger 202 001 J/B".. 01...... .;,. 204 140II Bulls hitter < Bull UTO.ITVJ14.88 ., Vf VARIABLE SPEED
I, leading : Starling; Wood Breve .,0' 30414, 9 Brave* !leading hif.r.: Patrick, Nichols Wllk.raon, Crews, Jenkins all l-of-3. ''"'''W,with' a triple. .Paswrewssss. REVERSiNODRIILwM..ewass.rev!

Dodger leading 'L hitter Tucker. 2-of-3 l-of.3. Chub. leading hitter: Davis 1of-2.; ;, Co :'Maverick* leading hitters Akrldge
1 with a doubl. i < Giant leading hitter; Wlggln* >2-o1.2 Hildbran l-of-3. "*. ;2-of-3 with a ,trip!., U TM
Brave. leading hitter:: Elder,!-of-2"witha with a home run, Collln with a trip!.. "' .

double. ? .'"? Bandits 010 000 1, :' Ranger 307 003 13
:1 Glante 110 240 fBravee Maverick 000 '101 2';"' Maverick 100 022 OS

Met 000 010 01 200 100 3 Bandit leading hitter: Polk 2-of-3, Ranger leading hitter: H.avner 'REQ. S.RrSJ2.49 "!
Giant 20 flO' IS," Giant. leading hitter: Wiggins 1-of-3 Cubbedge, Douglas l-of-3. ;'. 2-of-3 Whltehead 3-ol-3 Glllenwater ,.'r ) $
Met leading hitter*: Whlt.lead'I-oI.2, with a' home run Her.., 3-of-3 with a I i.
Maverick hitters
2-of-4 with double .
leading : Akrldge with '( a Langl.y with a dou-
REQ, S1.R. $30.99MlU.itVaM.MIOMMidMtWlwn1l
Jackson 2of2.Giant < double, Iow.n with a double. ,
a doubt, Williams with .a double. J bl. ,
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leading hitter: Simmons 2-of-3 Brave leading hltte,., Milton with a ,,' ,
with a home run and double.' '. ;. ''V''v.: ,',. >,,# y 1..I fiifr. ''. ',' ,. .'''d I. i > ;.. > 001 sMaverkk leading hitter! Johnson xxwwn.......-..s.ur.wxr.sr.
Atra jk. /M': ''COOS; OS9 20' lupo* .,' ',: '/ 2000 000' 2 bite : ,,400 '400 BMaverickleading' .1' ; with a .double. William with a .wnKn.ra, ,,,,IMWIM.Black ==....:::.:::rorM. '_
&? hitter Akrldge, -"am." run, Porter with a double.' r r.wnu"+"., .aeuw.r xew ..._..
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Dod. !,, 'S (000.: *19.04Atro ; '" Olont,.; '' : 100 100 3 Roebuck Ion I en.h Ip, with tingle I I .. n1 .rYxr UMxaM.N"1MMIMIxr.MW6M'"s',.sx1.w.trx,1"atewat. +weosrtr
leading hitters* Pitcher'with''a 'Expo' leading hlttert: 'Norman ).of-3 .hlner Jr'/ ;" Da.w ".w"sA aas r.lawwur wawrawa.Mwowwhrw..
P./+a leading Bam.a'2-of-4Ran/.r.
w"xe.waro"s +
double, McNeal 2-oM with double with double-. 001 004 0* wuawwxrss xexeexxvw,,,
>o a Norman 2-of-3. 'Brown with double. .
a r ',: Phlllle 340. 047 II .__
Shufford with a !.. : v Giant. hitter I
trip with
: leading : Wiggins a ,
Decker
< t> Ranger
leading hitter B.
Dodger leading hitter: ZurRuh! with a ,double,,..B. H.rey l-of-2. Bandit' 102 000 3Ranger ''p/v vr,triple, Shuford with a double.: Brown with a 0380SPOTLITERRECHARQEABLELIOHT

101 013 4 r'r" Phi{III.* leading hitter: McKlnney with Send.I 200 '
Bandit leading hitter: Davis 2-oM d double, Hick of
: Exercise Class Offered... 2- -3, Jones l-of-2 with a
with a double; Cubbedge-of-2 with! two ,double, Power, Tremble with doubt... A ..._
Starke Recreation Department.is' offering ,an exercise class for eight p",",
weeks.

The class is to begin Tuesday, May 29 at the Pratt Street Center. Fee for wfth
the eight week course is S3, The class la limited so anyone interested is urged ,
to call the recreation department at 964-6792.

The class will run on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 6 to 7 p.m.. ," 11S.C.I...,

\ $21-.88 ;
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Outdoor's Items Requested... v .: .
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Had a big catch lately Have good outdoor story to tellt. ,,. .).".. "'.,".?..,. fj t'E ; I _...,_'...."_..s"apxrw,..- rr._..._.. w Old; I

Well If you doc contact Larry Ogletby-at the Telegraph and let us know .'1. .\ ,, 4 4 1.ir Tyy1',,,,,=.r.n"MYMW.a aM'ttu"t.C'q.: : .. 'rc ,!:: =-" '''' ; '''
about. If you have pictures of your catch or take send a black and white I ", 11f'| : th".lr-ir-eonditlonln( were turned off in the MnnM enkWra.. ..n Mlwliliu WMorttoMluH -' x$9.$8:
photo to Draw A; Starke, FI-, 32091.: If you want it returned inclosed a self ; Houston Astrodome, the' eltranclt. of', warm, humid n.wuxrnu.nwa pwmlt.' wtoo..tHn4M. eseAwrrw"_Ml..... =_=.:S-o_ =;:. :

addressed envelope. air could cause, it: to 'rain In..de"M rwarrsawresw/xwr.nw -
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: "': 'publication of this notice The names and addresses place of business located
II: I. Legal Notices "l"l'I. of the personalrepresentative
you are required to file and the at Highway 301 North,
with th*clerk of the Circuit { Stark. Florida 32091.
Court of Bradford personal PENTAD CORPORATIONBy I
''I. reel County, Florida Probate representative's attorney : Morris B.Williams!:,*
f NOTICE NOTICE School Board Rule: of the property d.sen. dane with, Florida' until 1 p.m. on Jun. 20, Division, the address of are set forth President:
,. .t Michael) Koblatd ha" The. City of ,Stark. I la '6Gx"- .05, Admlulon below from RSF toRSFMH1 -, Statutes, that the City 1984. 1000 NE 16 which If Drawer B.tark. _below.( ,_. DUDLEY HARDY P.A. +

:' made application to the .eeklng a new police officer to Kindergarten : two and on. Council Brooker, Florida, Avenue, Building ,J., ., Florida 32091, a All Interested persons, By; John H.Jon., Esq. :
i' '.: Bradford County Zoning Applicant muit ,Gx4r4,06, AdmUilon half.. acre located 4/10ih,".... will J conduct a public Room, 125 Gainesville written and verified''' are required to file with Of Coun..I' '-
': t Board for reclaolf Icatlon hay. completed' high 'to First Grade; and4Gx49.34. ''of a mile South of North: hearing at a 'regular Fl 32601. All bids will be statement of any claimor this Court, WITHIN THREE P.O. Draw.r1030
of the property described school and mutt have Stud.nt Performance .commencement of. SEi meeting held Thursday, publicly'' opened and demand you may have MONTHS OF THE FIRST Starke, Florida 32091 .
below from RSF to compl.ted the Police Standard of 43rd St. (East North half '"- 'at 7:30 p.m. In the Town read aloud at 2 p.m., against the estate of PUBLICATION OF THIS ((904)964-5701) .
1 RSF-MH-lt two and on. Standard Courte' and Excellence, on June 18, .of parcel 5819.01030 'In" Hall Brooker. Florida. June 20, 1984 at the DELLA Z. SPEED deceas NOTICE: ((1)) all claims Attorney forRegistrant 2'.
the and ..
half acre* located 4/10th have a valid certlflclale.: 1984 at 7 p.m.. In'th.'' Section 24, Tonwshlp 8 on June 28, 1984 to con- above address In the ed.Each against estate
of a mile South of North Starting alary I I. School Board Room of South. Rang' 22 East to > ComM conference room. Interested claim must be In Interested((2)) any objection by any to 5/24 4tchg 6/14 11

& commencement of SE $13.000 'per year. Application th. Bradford County be used for mobile home- ,. pr.h.nsv.lland! Use parites may obtain writing and must Indicate whom notice person was mailed _. I
the basis for the --
43rd St. (East North half are;,available{ School' Administrative{ ,.- or, conventional true, ,, ., Plan| to provide that land bid forms and that challenges the
claim th and
ad-
II of parcel 5819.01030 In ,n th.''oHlc" of;.Utility Office.. 582 North Tem-i lure 'I Currently designated by specifications by writingor 'dress of the name creditor or validity, the will, the IN THE CIRCUIT

Section 24 Tonwthlp I 'Dlr.ctorMsrrlll Dee In. pie Av.nu., Storke. This, change.In. the plan as Single Faml'ly calling Robert E. llrzo. qualifications of the personal COURT EIGHTH %
? '"'' his agent or,:ottorn.y, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, $
S South, Range 22 East to the Stark. City Hall. Florida. classilkotlon .Is subject"to /- be. amended and Facilities ServicesManager claimed. representative,
and amount
the FOR ft
IN AND
i h b. used. for mobile home Interview will be conducted Cople*. of ,these proposed a public. hearing to beheld designated as Mobil. Assistant at If the claim' I. Snot yet venue or jurisdiction of BRADFORD COUNTY. SFLORIDA I
the Stark. board rule ''may Jun. of 1000 NE 16th Avenue, the Court. ALL CLAIMS
re or: conventional educe at -Tuesdfl-y. Home, the property due the date when It ?. .
r.l. turo. Police Department. be 'obtained.at the 24 1984 at 7 p.m.' In the Richard A. Chrlstlson Building J, Gainesville will become due shall be AND 'OBJECTIONS !NOT PROBATE DIVISION ?

I This change In 6/7, IkhgNOTICE Superintendent' O'- Council Room of the and Betty Chrlstison, Fl 32601. Phone:. ((904) stated. If the claim Is SO FILED Will BE File No. 84-52 3

I. 1'': cloMiflcatlon I I. ubecf| ',' flees, between a.m. Stark. "City Hall on described as follows: 3951105. The Department contingent or unliquidated FOREVER BARRED.
to a public hearing to beheld .,- and :4 p.m.. Monday Thompson Street In Lots 8. 9, 10 16,,11. 18, reserves the right'to the nature of Publication of thud 1.3549
2t;4 on Tuetday. Jun. 1.I h.r.by'given through Friday. Starke. Florida. At this 19 of Block 8, also com- reject any. or all bids, the uncertainty shall be' Notice has begun on May IN RE: ESTATE OF ,
y 26. 1984'at 7 p.m.. In the that on Monday: June This I I. In'compliance time .all. person Interested 'mencing ot the NW corner1' whichever Is In the best stated. If the' claim I I. 31. 1984. Personal LLOYD OLiVe $:
Council Room' of the 18th.. ,.1984 at 1000 With Florida Statute, shall be heard of EM of Fractional Interest of the Department secured, the security Deceased.. ;3t
/ J Stark. City Hall on, o'clock'A.M.., the under- Chapter 120.94 a* for or"agoln.t the pro- Block 5 and run East 164 and Stat. shall be described. The JOHN Representative R. IONGACRE: .,.
''
'k'b Thompson' Str..t; In Igned., Gator enacted, by- ,the '1974 posol..'a* specified (In the fe.t;thune. run South to State of Florida claimant shall deliver a 2888 Eastburn Rd. NOTICEOF

:, Stark. Florida; At this Frelghtway, Inc. will Florida (legislature. Zoning Code of Brad- North,! line of Michigan Department of Health copy of the claim to the Broomall, PA 19008 ADMINISTRATION., 3
;n. I time' all persons Intereted ..II at public auction for Thomas S.. Casey, Jr., ,ford County. Avenue, thence run west and Rehabilitative Ser clerk who shall furnish Attorney for $
t' ihall be, heard ctjh at 2179 ComJ Superintendent of Bradford -. l.M. Gain*, Director 'along North boundary ,vices. the copy to the personal Personal administration of2:

l for or .against the pro- monwealth, Ave,, County School Bradford County,;Zoning line of Michigan Avenueto 6/7 2tchg 6/14 representative.ALL CLAIMS. AND Representative: the Estate of LLOYD

; petal, a* kpeclfled: In the Jackonvllle, Ft:; one lot fill 2tchg_:/ : __ -' ,''7 Ztc''T, line dividing'EM of DEMANDS NOT SO FILED' WILLIAM D, REYNOLDS OLIVE Number, deceased...52, .1.I pen FlleS?
t1, of bulb : %, : Block INTENTIONTO P.O.80.543
; Zoning Code .01 Bradford : light consigned ; WVi of fractional NOTICE OF Will BE FOREVER BAR. ding In the Circuit Court :3:
t toNor h American 5.th.ncerun N. to Point REGISTER FICTITIOUS Gainesville FL'32602
q County NOTICE NOTICE OF. INTENTION RED. for Bradford County, 3
'" I l.M. 'Golne*. Director lighting. Medley. FL to Guy W. Coverlytw; .TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS Beginning; all. lying and NAME Doted May 29. 1984. ((9O-t) 376-6677 Florida, Probate DMS::
Bradford County Zoning satisfy freight and made application to the NAME being': lit.the Town of Pursuant to''Section JOHN R.. IONGACREAs 5/312tchg 07 ,don the address ofl::

4/7 Itch; torage charge under Bradford County Zoning Pursuant to. Section Ward City Section,8. 865.09, Florida Statutes, Personal which I I. Bradford County 3
the'provliton of Sectionb Board for reclassification' 845.09,' Florida Statute Tnshlp'1. Range!: 20 notice Is hereby given Representative of Courthouse. Stark..
;
( )of Uniform Standard. ;of .the property descrlb-, jnotke' I*' 'hereby"-iglv n* .East. that the undersigned : the Estate of 'NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Bradford County Florida ?
Bill of lading. ed below! from".RSP' toRSf'MH.J ,.t..t.. the :,.underflgnedDovld ;- You ore further givenNOTICE.'that Frank H..Brown Jr., 101.own.r. DELLA. Z. SPEED, REGISTER FICTITIOUS 32091. The name and address g
NOTICE .Gafor' Frelghrwaycr. lno4 I ICarrier' ; : ;> two and on." It.'-5T f Guy W. Coverfy. has i ;,,.,'. half acre located 4/10th,', ,, 'owes; doing, business( 'old proposed ORn under the firm name of WILLIAM D. REYNOLDS Pursuant to Section ,Representative and of S
_
mod. application to the V" "of a mile South North\ ''under.. ; ,1ha firm:name of, ,DINANCE Is available for S/W UlBcounf PaTtiT 'Rf.: Attorney 5ot3'Galn..vllle 865.09,Florida Statute, the ..PersonalRepresent'gtatlve' : :

'' ,, Bradford County Zoning 't' ,Commemm' <*nt' of.56' i ,SIW..:''.MuSfI.r'agnd;' ,,your, Inspection,;oaf the 2. Bon 339. Stor...., ;'FL P.O.101t FL 32605 '''notice I I. hereby given attorney' are'set f
A '') : Board for recla.*lf Icatlon .. '43rd ,St.f.lde, ). A' t' o ntot.h.* Office ff CM- Hail.Brooker. 32091 Intend toregister Telephone, :,. that the.-undersigned. forth Interested below, ft
; of the property deicrlb* NOTICE In hereby giventhatVon South' half of 'parcel! ,Malntenanc Rt.,2..1o.r Florlda4. flcltlou name '' Dougla' S. Miller. Sole person- )

]" *. ed below-1 from HSP to; >. ""Mond y4.*Ju".' 8019.01880IA'9uction :3M.Tonwthlp '. StorfMl' fL 3IG91'..Ina, "",,r.w. >.4 loch and every/ person. under the 'aforesaid, ,Flnt((904)376-6677)published ore. owner, doing, business.. are the court required WITHIN to tile THREE with 5 b

I'' ':" 1 RSF-MH-li two and one. ,IBth,' l'M".; .at '10:00: B South.Range.' tend. t p rea>.... IOld'fie.( havlng'any Interest, statute. IMy31, |984 under the firm name of', MONTHS FROM THE..
half acre* 'located 4/10th o'clock AJA.; the 'und riIgned I 22 East to be"usdfa, tltlou'nom*>under ,the "' f l.wKatevW: ''the enact- Dated this 7th day of '. 1 ,5/31 2tchg 6/07 lawtey Auto Sales, Rt. 1,, DATE: OF "THE FIRST':;*

: F I'. 'of a mil. South of North ,' < Gqtar,. 'mobile horn or conven, aforesaid fetatute. '_to ol this proposed June, 1984.. In Bradford Box' 1086, ,Lawtey, Fl, JtiaUCATJQNl C* .THIS gNOTICE.

.' .''. commencement' of '$I 'Frelghtway,. Inc. will 'tlonol structured Patedi" this ,7th day of ORDINANCE should' appear County. ; IN THE CIRCUIT '32058.. Intends' ',to '(0) All ''claims' jj

( 43rd .,'St.ost.' ( aide)., ell at public auction for, This chang. .,.. fAi'| June,. 19B4 ;.life. Bradford and be heard at the e/7 4tpd 6128 COURT OF THE register said fictitious' against the estate ,andr'
f' j,. South half of porc.r, each ot 27S| Commonwealth -' classification 'Is tubjectto. (County f 'tlm anti place prescribed EIGHTH JUDICIAL, name under the.' ((2) any'Objection( by' an JS
J 5819-01030 In Section 24, Av.. a public. htHIrltlif to beheld ; 6/74tpdeV ; ,* -....., CIRCUIT. AND FOR aforesaid statute; |nterted person 'to ii

l,, r Tonwihlp' South Range Jachtonville.;. FL. one lot .." Tuesdey ,.hme, ..y__,_' |' ...,. TOWN :'COU CIL OF .ALACHUACOUNTV, t Dated this fourth day 'whoni notice was mailed K
?' '. )i n Eat to b. used fob of offee. table conilcjnecf ; 26; 1964 at 7 pm..1It the. .NOTICE Of' APPLICA*. I BROOKER flORIDA 'IN THE CIRCUITCOURTOFTHE "'""" FLORIDA, of June, 1,,,",,'In. Bradford that challenges tlW i

"' ) mobile horn oV can._ to Fred Show CoN; Council Room of the ION( FOR ,REZONING. Byt Linda. Roblnlon.C14rk "PROBATE! DIVISION County. validity' ..f the with the. t: '
I* ; tlonal nmctum ft. Walton Beachr Fl. to Slarke City Half .on AND AMENDMENT Of !! EIGHTH JUDICIAL File No. 14.18CR' 6/7 4tpd 4/28 qualification; of the pew. &
I $"; This change .Inj atltfy (night and .Thompson ,.Street/ 'In' JlSlIUN, 617 3tdhl, 6121 ."', CIRCUIT' IN AND FOR '-w; -,'I"4 I '. ..' sonot representative, :ij
; I' '(' BRADFORD COUNTY.: IN RS: ESTATE OF NOTICE venur'or' (urlsdicttan of 5
; claltlflCOllon.IlaubeCt I 'under '

1 j / storage charge; Starke Horidu., At thls'time An om.n''rhrtg -
FLORIDA S SAIL
I i J, to a public hearing to be\' the provUlon of; Section' ,.olt. p.tsorii.In, .. I NVITATION TO BID PROBATE. DIVISION o DELIA Z. SPUD.Doc.a. OF INTENTION! :the court ,
..... CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS &
I held on Tuecday, June. .4(0( }ol Uniform Standard terested shalt be heard:( Land beet" Tim Ste-. 01 ,Florldo.t fiLE NO, ..-48 CP! TO REGISTER NAMf NOT SO FILED SWILL I

26 1904 at 7 p.M.J"HM> .Ml, of Lading.. for of, aging tt pr**',, lo'. .,_ by 'BrUdIU.41 .p of Health _. ,1 NOTICEDOF FICTITIOUS II TGRCVWt BAR.f4 :::
I \Council: Room'' a.l4t/ : Okrtor PrelgKtway Inc.. ..ptHKlt. 00 T,L SJSl I"t":*l In !tar'; {.} ... sell R.Jybllitatwe" 'So; RfiT ADMINISTRATION OF'FLORIDA 'RIO ', I ,. ':!

i Stork., ''City .Mrt.:"' on:' C_, ,,' Zonln. Coe fqf.: Bradford -; '....,;:. ,:,_ ; 1 ilng I oppro-Ht'V; ;:\.DEllA IN ESTATE Z. SPEED.D.caIed. OP.. ; COUNTY STATE OF BRADFORD.; D;.."',....': .... "r"" .: '

., Thompson Street; .In 611. X11 b/14itSt\ H t.,. '. County.; \ !I"I'NKSs/ nrrn.of ,)' : Th. administration of PENTAD 'CORPORA pmbfkalan CJt thh nuNers'r:.,

/" '" 't Stark.,. Florida. M thl* :,c'' .' MA. Gain**, Director, """ 1 feet 1M o- : ,the e.to.. of DELLA Z; flow hereby give Dt, enhninhsratl.ns. 'tMsdrh"'
''time ell person. In-' ,. /I, .. Bradford County Zoning oA'd'1 _Itr' IfIOCC'to 1- In NOTICE SPEED.'.d< )twe.ted tha4t IM heard. 'r; :, :. ,6J7, Hchg" Chapd.r+ ,I"' "at' ;IR .ltuh are'' 'Occupancy TO CREDITORS Number.84-48 Cf I I. pending .r gistd with the Clerk' MIff CIIIM ::t'
for' or. espied the p/o-; .. ..'fj-. J'I..I' ...,l ..t\,.,,,.,\,,..,.,, .. ', ', .f1o.-*".. I'. to be "November, 'I, .in th* Circuit; Court 'of Circuit Court lor 8...-' :t. ..pa. ... ; -,
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By Mark Frleillln known for" Big John said "We've

BCT Staff Writer branched out quite bit with some
Over 100 plant lovers found other types of plants but people still

themselves surrounded by'beautiful love to come look at the daylilies." %s r p., y' ,4

foliage flowers and good food Saturday Quinelle Ryan confirmed the grow 8T

as Ryan's Olustee Creek Nursury ing popularity of the show which the

held it's Annual Daylily Show and family has been; puting on since 1979.
cookout. 2v
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The large nursury'lust off Highway and as far west as California come to c .1.
241 in Lulu opens its doors once anually the show when they've been on their f .
for a plant show and barbeque and trips in the area; Mrs. Ryan said.

the event has grown in size over the "People traveling through will tell r i' L w ,r M1

past few ears, according to nursury their friends when they get back
owner "Big John" Ryan who this home and then they come visit next
reporter found surrounded by time they're here. It's a word of

wreaths of smoke rolling out of the big mouth type of thing. We've made
barbeque pit in the back yard. Ryan some good friends with the show and
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who lives in a large house right on the it's gotten bigger every year.
grounds says he doesn't worry about The RyansIt's( a' true family
selling plants at his annual bash he's business at every step) begin their

,too busy mingling with the guestscooking preparation a few weeks in advance
up mounds of barbequed when they spruce everything up, arrange
chicken and fresh sausage and giving rows of flowers precisely in the
out 'advice on plants especially the outdoor nursury and begin cooking all
daylilies surrounding the large househe that food for their visitors some of

lives in with his wife Quinelle and whom plan their trips around the ,

their children Amy Little John Debbie show's two days."I .

Sam, Johnathan and Shasta. don't know what they do but their
flowers are some of the most ti a
The scene could almost come from "
beautiful I've ever seen, said Mrs.
the Netherlands in Europe, where Rhonda Dulles of Lake City who was
growing ornamental flowers is the visiting along with two grandchildrenin

largest industry and the towns are tow. "I like to look at all the flowers i
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"The daylilies i are what we're year." .
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u' J' st t Creek Nursury In Lulu last weekend

I It .. ., 7 N; s "Big John" Ryan and his wife Quinelle host the two day event each year and

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'ar"+.ats*to srs0 i 1pl.r 5'S ,rat v The event Is a true family affair with the Ryan's six children. pitching all pitching -

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Molrese T.O.P.S. The club 9 30 im'at the '' ; + .,,' > : Y :/1; :
weight reducing meet each Tuesday at : f'Concerts : t
of each month 8 at the Masonic lodge In Stark., corner of j \' ,.\ "J !
lourthlhundoy. at p.m. .. ,
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Sweet Adelines... This woman'* barbershop music group Monday at :
w Interested In four harmony p.m. at the Faith Baptist Church on I 200.f. 12th St. In lake Butler.' For furth.r Information Trov.,,. Saturday Jun. 2 .ati1; o.m. at The Central Florida Fairgrounds Orlando.Tickets .
the United Church of Gainesville Women singing part '
p.m. at call Linda Durham at 4963384. r, : @\ y< are $10 and are available at Spec'. R Record* In GoI-IIIII..rI..t; '' ,, '
are Invited to visit. ,I" :: S '. .f'4, ( > ,, | \\ *
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jtjj fD*" Terrl Glbbs.., Saturday: June 9 Tampa Theatre. TlCkin and $12.90; .
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Weldo Art and Craft ...tlval... I I. set for Jun.eth-10th on property adjacent" to the Hippodrome Film dub. feature a variety of film of a contemporary;: na'r each) ;' 1 ; *' /',, j 'l\\, ;' >M' .) *- ? ?Jt i *, i 't- :
r. Trading Post Restaurant onUS,, 301 on. mil. north of Waldo. ,. .. and the 25 .2nd Place ,. ,
Friday Saturday night at Hippo/drome SE, ) I In.) (}olnvevllle..M1 Juice Newton.. Tuesdays June 13 at 10 .p.rat. ot Playground South In Jocks'onvllle".
Featuring over 50 booths with arts and craft, balloon rides, ultralight plan.. '[1 : .
skydiving and bluegras band Including.The Sk lin.n, Th. Chuck Miller Judo Classes, will be held Thurac/o./ In the' I Door open! of 7:30: p'.m. Ticket are $10' -
country Monday-and night* Keystone Height* \ ""f : %;.?. '' / iV'! /. .<. 1
Family The Scripture*, Singing Reps" The'Spirit. ,the Revelations and Th. Living' High School cafeteria.Junior classes will be held from 6:30 p.nu 7:30.m, and senior ,' ,Billy Idol... Monday June IBth'ln the Jacksonville ,_ / "
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Revelations. .
< cla..from1:3Op.m..8:3Op.m.Call..73.3'164'Ofmor.lnformatlon, L'"* ,.v .' t 1'. 't. .J
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will be all-night '
There gospel
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-.r, . Tanya Tucker Leon SrereH..c ,Sunday, June 17 at 7:30 p.m. In Jacksonville's Civic
19 gospel group will entertain. Aerobic classes offered Wednesday 4' p''m.1'1 ( Tickets ">V ,% ; t3,' '\ "it : : .
'. are being Monday and at 9:30 a.m. f V i. iIAudMorlum. are $10.50. ; ; 'V ft
A parade I is set for Saturday at 10 O.M.starting at the Trading Post and a.'special, .rib. and 7:30 p.m. and on Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30, p.",. at the Keystone Heights '\; "i, ''. '? ,' ., -'. i' "' *, .', *. :' ''j 4 1U$ ; ,*r} li.tr;, i -,
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cutting ceremony a.m. Woman. Club. 473-3784 .. In the Jacksonville CoIIm.'Tu..day..My 3rd In :
Coll for further.;, Information* < Judo Priest. Saturday. June 30
There I.I no deadline for entries In the art and craft show. Call Sheila Norton at .
Lok.'and"Clvl' : Center.'.TI k." are $13.50, i !
,468-1849 or, 468-2633 armar.lnformatlon. .4. rtt. .. .,.., ,t'1 P"S td : V 'I. \i r. '' ,
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from
A1Va.'" Monday.. Wednesday and Friday a.m. beginning : \ '.
at Kenn-AIre tide of In* Gainesville Regional Air. Hall Ticket are $1 6.50,. 15.50 and : ,, :
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'June 4 to July 13. Fee I* $25 with prereglstratlon/ and $30 at the door. For more Information Pon Alrplan.0buffs 592north ". :v ; I. 'I,
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Beginning Sllmnestlc CIe....... Tuesdays and Thursday from! 9-10 a.beginning" A.rob CI.._ In Florida! Theatre 1-355-2787 Playground South -1,724400; Orlando Bob Can Center .
being offered l k
June) 5 to July 12. Fee I Is $1' with prereglstrotlon/ and $20 at the door:: For information are *Burls' on Monday and Thursday" otter 1.309-843-81111 Civic, Center ,-305.34x 9896;.lakeland Ctvlc Center and Theatre ,
.,noons at 4:30: p.m In room 1368 ot Union County : -
School Morning
call BH Center 964-4210.. t .. I(? W. High cfassel begin: .813--686-1126 Tallqhosse Civic Center '. ,1-904-487-169U Tc npo'. ;1hatr
neaday.Jun.
d d oJJ", ; 13at, 930 a.m. Calf 964-5078 for Information,.'. "" .- I
: { 4 w 1-813-233-8981, Curtlss Hlxor Hall 1-813-3234511.USF Dome 1-813-974-311 I
Trlnftylapel Church.;. Meetings held c each week In the Parrlsh'House Include: i : .. .; '. :: ;k \\1'-fJ:' rk I ': each Peabody'Auditorium; Jrt.
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.Cub Scout Pack 109 each Monday night at 6:30 p.m. ; each month at 7:30 p.m. at First Boptlut Church In Keystona, < -...;. i
''Brownie meet Monday at 3 ( I .,. .. ... ,
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,Olrl Stouts meet Monday 3 p.m. v, M f ---r .."!.. ,, ;i'1 ;', -: '. .\ ,'Careg* Salsa Set.. ne 9, 9 d.'''., sewnsored by MM 'MB ser,yevtfc greup. Cerner; .
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ChorlsWKS meet Wednesday htat7Pm.' ,}, y K Heithts .
Boy 'I' irsteite Bay Scout Troep f0/meld at Keystone' l '*f West'!Medlsen end W.. Merland streets. : '
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.__. $Sceet Tree 70 meet. from 7 8:30: each Tuesday In the "hut **'i' *' 't1 r 'Lthodl.t.th '( ; -dI' .
Soy p.m. 'scout, f ': ,' JThe tweyen y Cevncfi el Breerd County -.t'june r' I'I., I9"4 at,U iteen et the.
behind the twnnie' court on Pratt' Street In'Stark. ..,.. .. --::0".1.a' ( '" 7 Western Steer Steakiw.y, 1 iI.

1 .. v -V' KH PfA Mew .... the He\tIht.\ School Parent Faculty As.ocla I ? ;: : u'' ,
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: A Wetohtwetefcer Club:.. I*. beInG'h.1d In Starke On Monday.nlfilht.--.6:30 p.m. Call .* On June 1\r lunch will be, served by the eltmenM/y school< teachers far,PFA board: end dinner beftlnnlne .t T p....'m 7W u...... .. .....a ... WMW. ;,', i
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PASTA SALADS MAKE MAGICAL MEALS t:: : .
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meal magic to the table U to take advantagtt of th ,# Jit make a great addition to your recipe box,1 I i 1/2 cup bottled Italian salad dressing
craze for pasta salads. These. delicious main-dieh .a a Iflf, Try this Italian) Beef Salad 'from the booklet. It'a a Lettuce leaves,
meat or fish, pasta and fresh vegetables are an exciting family-pleasing meal when served with milk and bread or Grated Parmesan cheese
change of pace from ordinary meat-and-potato dmnerli crackers. Serve on lettuce leaves for a most colorful
+ dinner. Cook and stir ground beef in 10-inch( skillet until
Pasta salads are quick, budget-wise meals. Start with
brown drain. Stir in water,Macaroni, Sauce Mix and pep.
sir fresh vegetables. Add pasta and a favorite dressing andyou've ;
reduce heaL Coyer
Heat to boiling, stirring constantly;
Tt turned a pound of hamburger or a 1/2-ounce can per.
1 of tuna Into a family-size meal.in only 30 minutes, "ft.; ITALIAN BEEF SALAD and simmer, stirring occasionally, 15 minutes. Uncoverand
Stuff a ripe, red tomato with chili-flavored macaroniand 1 pound ground beef cook 5 minutes longer;cool 5 minutes. Place zucchini,
,. .,. ,beans, tomato,onion and dressing in large salad bowl;toss
ground beef. Combine tuna and egg noodlesivwithcrunchy ) ,, 33/'cup.bot.atar' !b I"" .' : : If
carrot slices, almonds, green pepper and broccoli 1 package Betty Crocker. Hamburger Helper with ground beef''mixture Serve chilled Immediately, at least or 4 hours.desired
for a tasty salad. Toss ground beef and egg noodles with mix for lasagne cover and refrigerate until.
green pepper, red onion, cherry tomatoes and shredded 1/8 teaspoon pepper '' Serve on lettuce leaves with cheese. 6 servings.
lettuce for a fresh taste. 2 small zucchini,sliced (about 2 cups) High Altitude Directions ((3500 to 6500 feet):
r a These recipes and more are available in a free recipe 1 cup garbanxo beana,drained Increase hot water to 4 1/4 cups and simmer time to 26
Planning nutritious, economical and tasty meals for booklet, "Pasta Supper Salads with Hamburger Helper." 1 medium tomato chopped minutes. *-* "

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en* of ,different (ingredients for main. dishes a& ellNappetizers. I I,, Lift sardines from can with fork onto plate. Cut Into Cut eggs In'half lengthwise. Press yolks through a sieve
,'j' 'J I t '> mail dice,'being careful" not to mash them. Halve; tomato into bowL Blend with sardines, mayonnaise, butter, mustard
They like the '{Tact that,I Maine sardines, pa'cife< under crosswise. Squeeze out seeds and" discard. Finely1 dice tomato and parsley or dill Pipe through pastry bag with star
the labels,! of Par Clyde and| Holmes, offer sn 'abjumdant and add to sardines along with onion and parsley. tip into eggwhite "shells." Garnish" With caviar, pimiento
w serving of'import tt, nutrient in each can. They'Wj ffavor-- Prizzte lemon Juice) and oil over and toss very gently to or dill. Make 12 stuffed halve
** ful, delightfully I Jow in{; calefies and k bargain, in pn<;e. mix, Wash and dry'mushrooms. Remove stem and fill For more. recipe, write to' Naturally Nutritious, P.O.
Try these two ijecjpes) and join the sardine parade.fTUFFED cps, with sardine ml t\lre. Refrigerate until serving. Box 1769, Portland, ME 04104.

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but never too busy for a smile,a id Ralph. The competitive pricing When you are '' In. business for Home Center, I2c- j
Marcia Goodge and the kind of service you the Farm Center Is exactly what yourself, you do It' all from paying ( '"'.7 t ,
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UCT Staff Writer went out of style with the days of and holds its large number of bills to checking inventory)to sweep- US 301 North Slarke,Florida I ;" 'h"o.-;,,,'K.: .::..'_0'. .. '"
The Lake Butler Farm Center will ting around the pickle barrel in ing floors "yoLl'Vf/'got/' to do It all to 9644414SPECIAL ;
be saying "thank you" to all of it's local grocery. However that Isn't the only reason really understand what's going on," VA No Down Payment ;.
many friends and patrons this Satur Ralph said" that their "We have a more personal said Butch. FHA -10% Down Payment
day in it's Second Annual Customer "dido t come overnight. We built J.Y's comer(p with the customer here The Farm Center has grown a lot in' .
Appreciation Day that promises fun reputation for service" and they would in the bigger stores." the past and Is growing in the present 14' Wide 2 BR Conventional ,
for farmer in and as for future,"We'll let the future dictate -
everyone. reliability. a comes wants to Down ':
The Appreciation Day will begin at When asked if he had any advice the merits of a particular fer to us what we will do In the $9 9 9 5 0 0 Low Payment i"
1 p.m. on Saturday, June 9, at the the people thinking of beginning. with the boss, he doesn't.need future,"said Ralph. OPEN: Mon. Fri. 9-7

Farm Center on SR-121 in Lake Butler ... .,... Delivery & Set-Up Sat. 10-5 Sun. 12.5
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tractions of the day. Door prizes, in- ,
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will be given away as a token of the I
appreciation from the Farm Center
.personnel.The Diamonds Set. in DIAMONDS
festivities free and to
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Ing thanks for your patronage," said ,

Faulkner.Farm Center Vice-President Butch. gi 1/4'cl.;; '299.95 '

Ralph Hazen, his mother, Faye, :
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Ralph Is the president of the com-
pany and has been in the business s :\.
nearly all his life, since his father,
Doyle,acquired a fertilizer producing, GUARANTEED LOWEST PRICES
business nearby and began building a
wholesale farm center. Ralph, Faye,
and Butch who has been with the com- ,.,, THE KING OF DIAMONDS :
pany for the last 8 years, have con- M ?
tinued building the business until to- Diamonds Rings Pendants Bracelets Earrings end more
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provides almost everything Imaginable -
that has anything to do with Farm Center Invites You to a Party.*. SHOPPING CENTER ,(Across from Orange Park Mad)) ,\
farming to customers statewide. 9226 Arlington Expresswqy '24 Blanking Boulevard
"The business has really grown & The Lake Butler Farm Center on SR-121 outside Lake will be given' away. FL 32211' Orange Park,.'Ft 32073
lot, especially in the last two years," Butler Is Inviting you'to attend their Second Annual Come by and see (above, lr1.Ral) !h Flaxen, .Faye Jacksonville,
said Butch, who began work with the Customer Appreciation Day this Saturday beginning at Hazen and Butch Faulkner for some, free food, free ((904)) 724-3838 ((904)) 272.1747
farm center as a part-time employee 1 p.m. : music and a great big "thank-youf.
during high school.A There will be barbecue, a live band and door prizes I
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business is found in the fact that, business today, he said, '"If the to make an appointment two days in ,
although the Farm Center is "out business isn't already up and going, advance.
here In the middle of nowhere,"com- I'd say don't attempt it now" ,Butch added that another,point in {
petitive prices bring customers from Butch said things had been close in their favor is the fact that they have Store i
Tallahassee, Jacksonville the last three years since the. cattle and a hay farm and they spread s Country ",
Gainesville, Orlando and beyond. economy nation-wide as"been CJ ose. fertilizer. "We can see first hand ,
"It's almost to the pOint now wherea what a farmer goes through, we
The trio and their employees have person is better off working for someone understand what Irs like to be in his
turned a seasonal farm business intoa else than In business for' shoes," he said.
year-round supply center with themselves with the benefits salaries When a farmer talks to them about I h Friendly' Folks
seeds, fencing and building and hours involved,"said Ralph. vaccinating his herd, they know from
materials, roofing materials, experience what works best and can
chemicals fertilizers, animal vac ''Today, if you have the money to speak to him from experience, not
cines, bluejeans and boots, among start a buslnesst then you don't needto Just recite what they've read on a bottle
other items far too numerous to men work, he added. somewhere.
tion. ''Titles don't mean that much at a the
Ralph said that he also felt an outlying Farm' Center, you can talk to the
When you visit the Farm Center business is more competitive than president as easily as you can to the ,
yards of building materials greet one in a big city. "Businesses in sales clerk (in fact, they are quite
your eyes outside and rooms of other larger areas have larger customer often one in the same) and you are
items can be found inside. The of- flow and people tend to be less price-' Just as apt to find the vice-president iN.O. M.I
ficers of the company "re--almost conscious. They make'lnol''moner weeping the floor'as sitting behind ::
always busy i.another.itfti.!of, success, off of less inventory than we : here/, desk in the office. v ,
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Royce A. 48, RMC employee Immediately after graduating from Medical Center, Lake Buller, Flia. His Church affiliation is with the office | seek the vote and support: of
t '' and former shawl board member. ,Announces high school, he enlisted In the United Shaw d on the Union;,County Lulu; Christian Church.;Shaw each and every citizen and)Jt will be
he will seek the office .of States Army serving from August School Boar for a ,four-yerr'I term ''is a member) of Macontc Lodge No. S2 .qitthfullyserve is my intention< to I
Union County Sheriff being vacated 1956 until August 1959, St which tim* from 1978-1982.: Lake Butleria.. all of the people of
by John Whitehead.. .. he was honorably discharged. ,'' Shaw tfays "My life experience! and Union County, without regard toeconomic
v Royce A. Shaw married'Marie Tan- training f',feel do!*oualify me for the power or 'position"; .
"It is wth{ a sense of pleasure (that'I Shaw was employed by'the Florida ner on August((29, 1959.ol., they have -.
announce my candidacy tot the office) Board of Par imo uri! three children, J. kI! ae* ',nd''
of Sheriff of Union County F wtda", til December 31, 1968, and was then' Glenda Shaw all are ,graduate*, of *THm's4Y"Jaete !
c say Shaw employed by the Union County Sheriff Union_ County High School.,, I I.; _
I Dept. as a, Deputy Sheriff from I I : .
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Born April 10, 19.16, Shaw is' the son January 1969 till August 31, 1973. Shaw was brought up on, a1 farm, : % .'VKVjti < r
w t of Royce Shaw and,tM late' Eulalia: about 2.3 miles Southwest of lyUlu in I llt. ri. yfi >.. .. '
r Moore Shaw.;; Hagttended' public Since September 4,1973 he has been Union County, J\lr.l1\d Ml*. Royce A. L lc
schools in Union County, graduating by the Department of Cory' Shaw now live .two'miles ,.South" of Givel Father Cake for
Royce A. Shaw, :;;, '..., ',,):, 'W I ",\" Wr"."r,. 111,'u'ffi t :?, ".;,t ;::i' *(, I I: employed. nerving ",* t h. "Ref. "'"*";,'*", And' 'W''>j', Lake Butler PH ((3B4 l.. ,It !"M.h 7 l Fl'' ii' a Father's, '.Day:;i! < f, .

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Kenneth L. Carter I Survivor Include a brother, Bollo member of Espiritu: Sanctu Catholic W Pallbearers will' b4 Richard Udouj Bob, 1, ,; .,..."' : .,.Cousin' tNeighbor!; ;>> '. Father-in-law
Simmons of Hawthorne Church of Safety Harbor FLK and a Danny Butler Gene: pJlBtrtait\ ,
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Mr. Kenneth Laverne Carter 44 of Mrs. Lula Marie two.llItet'Sli Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus'J iI." Griffin, Frank Chiolino, ''E.C.' J ,Stprk, \
1001 Southern Villas Drive, Starke, Gainesville( ,and Mrs! Gladys Qrmondof Rosary will be recited today at 6+ "' and Jerry and Cecil Pean.' I :: I PASTRY SHOP
died June 1, 1984, at St. Vincents. ,Jacksonville, NC.'A nephew, Clinton p.m. in Edwards Funeral Home Memorials may be !'made, to
Hospital Jacksonville. Chapel, Fort Smith. Funeral will be at Gspiritu Sanctu CfthpHI f i*, C urch,
Britt of Baxley,GA,also survives. I 138 E. Call St.. Starke
Mr. Carter was born Bradford' Funeral. services will bo held today, 1 .m.'Frlday' in St. Boniface Catholic )' Safety Harbor, FU I; ] I 9C4-5090; I
County and had been a lifelong resident June 7, in 'the' Windsor Methodist Church, Fort Smith. Burial will be at\ ," 'I'J: : 'I J ,:' ._._ "
of this area.He was a member of Church with Rev. Kenneth Sims of- Holy Cross Cemetery, Fort Smith. i;;'',. ----- -- --
the Northside Baptist Church.He ficiating. Burial will;; be'In Windsor He I is survived by his wife, Ken; two:' 'I I I ..
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is survived by his mother, Mrs. Cemetery under the; direction! of daughters Celeste Brokoa of": Ii' : I J 'I'
Nealy Carter of Starke; one sister peWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. Keystone Heights, and Jennifer1/' ,
Mrs. Elease Mocas of carter ; I Pakzadian of Winter: sprlngsi' FL\\I L 'sEouT1n All 1,984, ,. I
two brothers, Charles L. of four sons: Dr. Henry For ,
Jacksonville, and Dr. Lamar Carte of : Henry Udquj $r, Smith, Gary W. of Winter Park, FL, ;. '
Biloxi, MS. Two nieces 'and lour Henry J. UdouJ Sf;, 64, of Clean Chris of Palatine, !IL and Reginald G.
nephews also survive water, FL, formerly of Fort Smith of Memphis, TN;, two sisters; : f'' HDOU LEWIDES
Funeral services were held Sunday, AKJ died Wednesday i in'a Fort Smith' i Katherine Nolte'and Terry Olsen, ,
June 3, at 3 p.mJn the Chapel of the .hospital. ,',I J : both of Fort' Smith; five brothers r :
Archie Tanner Funeral Home with A retired vice president of sales for John Jr.; Rudolph, Al, Herman; and ''. --
Rev. James Cowart'' officiating Riverside Furniture;iCorppratlon.i .Dr Carl, all of Fort Smith; and 13'. '

Burial Archer followed Tanner in Conner Funeral Cemeterywith Home in "waa." a World
charge of arrangements, j '- : { :" --- 'Reduceii : .

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Fitz John Simmons ; VE
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Fitz John Simmons 82, of Orange
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Heights, died Monday morning, June j I ', $J\VE .
4, in the Veterans Administration r) '
Medical, Center, Gainesville follow- : i' EVENIPfQ DENTAIJ.SERVICES
ing; a brief illness. BOrn In 1 | i '" ; CEILING FAN
Hazelhurst, GA on Oct. :28; 1902, Mr; "
Simmons moved to Orange. Heights in j r Tuesday Thursday 6-9 P.M' ': : WITH. PURCHASE

1927. from Georgia.He 3 OF AMY''NEW HOME
was a U.S. Army Veteran of ; 459 .W. Call 964-5152
World War II and a retired storekeeper .' ... f I :
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worker at the V.A. Medical Center. '
Mr. Simmons was'a member of the RON DENMARK INSORANCEIHome 14118 State' ,Rudd 2.18 West 'MiddleburgJqckspnvH
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by Anne Sponholtt Tender Care, and according to the that they will still offer, "more than. '
Freelance WriterAs Cratons, as the enrollment increasesand Just a baby sitter." '
so many other churches in the the need for additional staff According .to Rev. Craton, the of their New Ford Franchise in "\
Melrose Community have done, members is reached these people school will have an open door policy. l
will be solicited from outside the Parents are Invited to Inspect the '
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reaching out to the community. church. This is in keeping with the facilities at any time. He would like to Keystone Heights f }
On 14 the desire of the church that the day care see parents involved as much as
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doors to the "little people opened of the center be labeled as a Christian day possible and plans open house from This Saturday, June 9, 1984 :;;l ,
Keystone Heights-Melrose community care, but be considered to meet the time to time and quarterly) meetings ; ,
needs of parents of all denominations. where the would become ,
when it opened the Tender Care parents involved <11'I'.i:;: \
Learning Center, a day care center Located on SR-21 in Melrose next to In such things as the coice of '

for children ages 2-5. the Keystone State Branch Bank of the curriculum."We in anticipation of opening a new lot 'Byron has overstocked! New, A :
Tender Care is run by Rev. Tom day care center is in the back the are not here to please us we ;., : ;,

Craton Church, of pastor God and of Seminole his wife Kathy.Ridge ..church playground A fenced which yard includes surrounds tires, swings the are Craton.here to please parents,,"said Rev. and Used units to open'the new sales lot.... ; < H

Combined the Cratons have over 24 and a sand box. Inside, the first Tender Care Learning Center is ;.: / 't
years experience in the caring and thing you notice Is how immaculate open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday ,
teaching of young children. Tender Care is clean, bright and through Friday with a special summer

The Cratons moved to Melrose IVfc school.cheery is the atmosphere of the, rate in effect through Sept. 1. Save Hundreds ,', !;,
years ago from Longwood where they '
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I for Christian day care," said Rev. "We want to instill an interest in NOW OPEN ,I c
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but a community project to bring children 7 Days A Week COME ,SEE '
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help us help them Johnny wants to read he will be encourage or ) ...( ,! f' I:) I."
It was total church effort which .- learn that it's fun. But if '
made this project possible, Craton Johnny doesn't want to read, we will n Whu"nnt t letMIh'ron; 'ft,;I'll'';;; ,t tl rl:; :. :
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equipment and fire alarm system be- 10 and Adam, age 5. They said that !
ing either donated by,or constructedby their summer program will be a Ittle T o 0ary at Great Savings! 'i; '1 :
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of two men who have been charged After cashing a check at the bank, Save Hundreds on These Units!!! ; 1 1I.
with extortion. Grist and Crawford left to go back to ., Sat. Sun.,, Mon. ; !
Michael L. Grist, 30, of Keystone Crawford's home. While enrouter I. 'j J
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30, according to Captain Cliff Miller. which time the detectives also converged may last a lifetime.
Both men are charged with attempting on the scene and an arrest was '78Ford Courier PU $ "fl:& R '8 Olds! Cutlass Supreme ,

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By BCT Mark Staff Prledlln Writer broaden'their skills and appreciationof that the reading was done. are usually attended by at least 70 each grade group I who's rata have, stories," said little Jennifer Keys at r 4
books Instead of wathcing television When student maze, kids, who 45 free moved the the last of
Over 216 Bradford a completes a get minutes of play most spaces get p' very party. "I want to read all
County elemen all the time. The kids have enJoyed it is turned into teacher, and the stu for their reading. special party with cake kool-ald. her books now"
tary school children recently par- it at the same time." dent receives a sticker and a new Each class is in competition with music and dancingthe "Moonwalk''
ticipated called In a unique new reading program The students were given colorfully maze. He also gets into,,the next pop- other classes in their grade group and popularized by Michael Jackson was The program was developed by ,
the R.A.T.Readers Are drawn charts to indicate their corn party, which according to Trim- every time enough mazes are turned a hit this year) In the brightly Trimble and Maura O'Neal -t
Terrific) Race, an voluntary, extra grass In the program. For every bock ble, is one of the more popular in to represent 20 percent of a class decorated cafeteria which lasted an' members of the Southslda ElemenPo
curricular reading program which of reading material they complete, features of the program. They are their Rat advances one space on the hour. tary Parent. Advisory Committee.The .
sponsor Peg Trimble says is an important they color in one rat on a maze drawnon scheduled every five weeks and every "rat track". "Both the teaching staff and the ad- parties were run by Mrs Trimbleand
new way to intorduce kids to the chart, which have 20 rats In child who turned in a completed maze Rat tracks are colored sheets of ministration feel that this programhas Mary Looney,President and Vice I'
{the joys of books. each. Kindergarteners read one 10 since the last party may attend while styrofoam mounted in the cafeteria at done more than anything else to ,President. nf the,,,committees. .j< *,.,.<
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said. "In this program the students third graders read for IS minutes and failed to complete their mazes stay in ., class is represented by a six inch stuffed students on > Trimble The program.I.was funded by the
read whatever they want as reading' fourth and fifth graders read one 20 class and do schoolwork. : felt rat bearing the room numberof said. "The stunts are very: en- local' Parent-Teachers I
Isn't homework or required minute interval to earn their "rats". The parties, which act as a power,'>;) each class. thusiastic about it as well." : i AssoclationPTA( ) with "volunteer
and! they really get a chance' to Parents initialed each rat to verify ful incentive for the reading program;:?, L't* At the end of the, year, winners,. 'in.*. "We had fan reading Nancy! Drew mothers! helping out; : :

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FSP Inmate If you have Information this or taining job training. '"and Eddie Lewis for $1 3SOO, Evelyn T. Womack for$33,000. Carlene Eunice for ill,300.'J
Gets New Trial any crime in Alachua County you are Topics to be discussed in the two- Ruby Alvarez sold lots 67'of block Donald E. &: Maxine F. Williams a Joseph M. AlcGInnifl parcel of
urged to call Crime TRAC 377-8722. day session include tools for sue'cessful 2, Dowling Park Subdivision to parcel of land on'US-301 near Hmap- land near' Smokerise Subdivision to I
A Hispanic inmate convicted of Your. call will remain completely living such as Communication Gerald S. &: Norma C. Parrish' for ton Lake to George. Phil &: Ruby. William R. Alderman for J7.800, :
first-degree murder in a stabbing at anonynous and may be rewarded up Skill, Stress Management and Goal- $18.000.
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Florida State Prison should receive a to$1,000 for information leading to an Setting, as well as conducting a successful Stephen S. Sholtes 2.26 acres 1P D.._- s_ JJ ;L.
new trial bcause he was not allowed to arrest.. job search, finding job leads, southeast of Lawtey to Herman. F. & u.
prove his self-defense claim, a state ---- selling yourself. to an employer, Sandra A. Crews for $2,500. '
appeals court ruled May 31. News of Record preparing applications and resumes W. C., Jr. & Ruth J. Powell sold a
the 1st District Court of Appeal Marriages Dissolved that employers notice and developingskills parcel of land on Wilson Rd. in StarkeTammy APPLIANCE
overturned the Bradford Circuit ,, for job retention and pro- to Ruth Powell for $5,000.
Court conviction in Starke Of Fernando Marriages dissolved in Bradford motability. Jack M.Courtnay lot 42 of Keystone ,
Quintana, described as "a slightly County during the month of May. The workshop Is sponsored by San- Club Estates, unit 1 to Roger p. &
built inmate..who speaks only 1984, included the following'; ta Fe Community College (Women's, Meta E. Rothwell for $3,700.
Spanish." Jack O. Anderson, Jr. and. BarbaraS. Programs and Special Projects) and Jack M. &: Marilyn R. Courtnay 2.5 PARTS
Quintana was found guilty of slayIng G. Anderson, the State of Florida Department of acres in Geneva Woods to Albert N., : : .
fellow-inmate Jerome Harold on Diane L. Vandrive and Gary, W. Health and Rehabilitative Services in Sr. & Shirley Ann Ransom for $4,500 \ ,
July 14.1982. Vandri ve. cooperation with the Bradford-Union and another 2.5 acres to John Dean Are Back in 'Park.ra
But the three-member appeals Louise Patterson and Jimmie E. County Area Vo-Tech Center. Powers for $6,250. Orange
panel ruled 2.1 that Circuit Judge Patterson. There is no fee for the workshop;, .Keystone Developers of Bradford,
John J Crews erred in refusing to ad- Freddie D. Wilkerson and Halite however,pre-registration is required. Inc. 2.5 acres near Paradise Lake to
mit evidence that Quintana's victim Sue Wilkerson. Enrollment is limited and the Guy William Caverly for $6,750. ,
had a reputation for sexually James M. Stewart. Sr. and deadline for registration is Friday, L. N. It Mary Wilson lot 21 of Crosby
assaulting other members of the Charlotte D. Stewart June 15. Lake Inlet to James E.,It Barbara F. .. ACE4.
prison population.Judge Elizabeth A. Zoltowski and ,Benjamin To register or for further Information Tucker for $4,000.
Anne C. Booth dissented S, Zaltowski. call 904-5382 or stop by the SFCC Eleanor L. Stark a'' parcel of land ss.a.a
without comment. Wayne O. Brooker and Sharon .C. Starke Center Office in Bradford High near Sampson Lake to William M. & I '
.Quintana testified through a court- Brooker. School. Carolyn M. Keen for $20,000. .
appointed interpreter that ne stabbed Harry D. Wilson and Edith M. Wilbur L. &: Kay C. Waters and HARDWARE
Harold after the victim and two other Wilson. Harry M. Hatcher III sold lot 7 of
I inmates approached his cell in a Gloria Brown and Mancy Brown. Sampson Lake Shores to Bobby D. & '" .
I threatening manner, court records Vaugh L.; Wall and Jeri H. Wall. I, r. .. Eva M. Shaw for $16,000. Featuring; a Full Line ofMAJOR' ,
I show. Patsy N., Lawson and Jerry P. .' .., The Farmers Home Administration ,
I Quintana said he stabbed Haold to Lawson. r "" ,SFCC Registration lot 7 of block 3,'Southgate Replat to APPLIANCE :,PARTS
avoid being attacked.. Charles Nichols and Teresa. Christie Faulkner for $29,000. 'I ,'!o '
Nichols. For'ummer Term ;. Marjorie L. Piotraczk sold'lots" "Tv[ : "."'> GE: 'WHIRLPOOL / '
Randall E. Norman and Joanne G, Registration for the Summer Term 28&29 of Smokerise Subdivision to .
School Burglary Norman.' (B) at Santa Fe Community College' Meredith S. &Alice M. Fall for 6300. FRIGIDAIRE WESTINGHOUSE'' ETC
GainesvilleIn Thomas B. Sellers and Mary'.. K. Starke Center is now underway daily' 'F. L. &Dorothy J. Williams sold 7.4
In Sellers. from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. A special acres just east of Hampton to GroverT '
a recent'school burglary, the Don S. Gladish and Marcia,,' D. evening registration will be held ; & Michelle D. Parker for 26000. ; OPEN, :7'. bAYS A WEEK
suspects really "cleaned house (Gladish. Thursday evening,June 14 from 6 to 7' Reginald H. E. &: Yvonne D. : ,
Sometime over the weekend of March .... p.m; Aldridge sold lot 1 of unit 1 KeystoneClub ORANGE' .PARK ACE:
9-12 persons unknown burglaried Lin- The Summer Term begins June 25 Estates, Replat, to John W. & HARDWARE
coin Middle School, located at 1001 S: Help for Divorcees "and ends on August 8. Dorthy M. Nelson for$62,000.
E. 12 Street,in Gainesville, according Credit Classes offered in Starke this L.M. Jr. & Sandra S. Norman sold 529 Kingsley Avenue
Widows at Santa Fe
{to Detective James Ward. term include Business Writing, Music lot 1201 Gaining entry through a window in, Santa Fe Community College will Appreciation, Human Growth and' Starke to Marion B. Burton for '264-0548
the media center, the suspects proCeeded offer a two- workshop for displaced Development and Principles of $90,000: ;
to the home economics homemakers: In transition on Marketing.For John: M. & Margaret L. Johnson lot OPEN 'MOlsLSAT.: 8-6 SUNDAY' 10-5' '
classroom, ransacked the storage Wednesday and Thursday, Juno 20 more information, please call 8 of" block 2, Eastwood, to James L.& ,
room ,there\ then removed several and 21, 1984, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Lila Yawn at 964-5382. i
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all. tan in color, are' Institutalonaimodels charge to homemakers 35 years of Recorded land sales in Bradford 1 -
requiring special parts and age or older who have lost the financial County during the past two' weeks ..
operational instructions. The support of their spouses due to totalled$515,600 The largest sale wasa .t. .j .
machines have unique either death, divorce disability or parcel of land near the New River .
characteristics which make them separation and who' are. now faced Fire' Tower, sold by William R. &:' .1
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1Two\ d For Starke Laundromat, ,. Breaking and Enterings; ;.{ .'1 1j


.j Starke policeman made two arrests Patrolman Steven Ferguson.The and more than $100 cash was taken. dwelling was search Burglary tools Possible charges are pending for Denmark Furniture behind the Laundromat to-
t for the burglary of Strickland's Coin storage room at the laundromat Manous was seen In the laundromatthe and the bag containing a drill possibly the May 29 or 30 breaking and enter on May 1:1taccording attributed to
Laundry which occurred on May 27 on Madison St. in Starke was night of the theft by Sgt. Wayne used In the burglary were found. The ing of Biggs Laundromat In Starke. Crum. These all maybe '
and a second burglary on June 1. broken into May 27, tools and lock Wilkerson. Manous was later seen owner also Identified tool which were Several machines and timers were Dent and Manous, said Crum, each
l Gregory Leon Dent 22, and Ricky keys were taken at that time, according with Dent carrying ''a bag: by found at Manous as being taken from destroyed at that time In an attemptto Bond for the five charges on eachor

Wayne Manous both of Starke were to Patrolman. David Crum. Patrolman Ferguson., '. j i ,;< I" the laundromat.Both get money. Terwillegar Used Car defendant has been set Both at,$1,000 defendants
(two counts) ,. 't budding was also entered but nothingwas a total of 5000.
with burglary >
charged i j arrests were as a result of the the Bradford
possession of burglary, tools andgrand On June 1 three coin boxes at the A search warrant was executed: by investigation by Patrolman taken theret remain in the custody of '

theft,(two counts),according to same laundromat were drilled into, Judge George.. Pierce, "and'Manous''.', .... Ferguson. There was also,an !attempt to, enter. County Jail.
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DiesIn Carl Lawrence Brown, 63, of US301south June 4 on warrants fort; severalcharges Larry Laner Hartley was charged persons enough information was gain Union Arrested .
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Woman of Starke has not been seen filed in Bradford County.'ac" with burglary and grand theft foilw- ed to question the defendant. Shoe Man ,
Clay CrashA since he made a trip to Citrus late in cording to Deputy W. W. Busby; ing an Investigation, according'to In- tracks at the scene and around the' For Sexual Battery
the afternoon of May 14 to trade a Brenda Croy was charged with vestigator Don Denton. .
Gainesvile woman died when her Brown's pickup truck and seven counts of worthless checks, In- Sometime after the store closed at defendants home further lead to his Lorenzo Griffin, 27, of Lake Butler
car collided head-on with another car pony.trailer with the horse he had tradedthe terference with custody,disorder con 12:20 a.m. June 4 and prior to it arrest, said Denton. was arrested and charged with sexual,' :
north of Keystone Heights Saturday for were found the following duct and assault. Total bond was set reopening at 6 a.m.,entry was gained Ten cartons, of cigarette were battery by threat and attempted sexual
morning, according to the Trooper Wednesday pony behind a Ramada Inn on at $1,000. into the store and several cartons of recovered in a consent' search. ofHartley's battery by threat,according to Lt.
Benjamin M. Libby. Marshall Croy was charged with were taken. vehicle. Glen Moore. :
leads cigarettes
1-75 outside of Ocala but no have
Margaret Daniels Hughes 49, was worthless check, interference with Bond for the. charges was set at Bond for the charges was set at'j< 'j
been as to Brown'swhereabouts. the
developed of
During investigation the
northbound on CR-21 about eight custody, disorderly conduct and and after interviewing several $5,000.Hartley remains in the custodyof $5,000. Griffin was released"on ,his, ,
scene ,
the Bradford Jail. '
County .
north of Keystone Heights own recognizance.
miles bond
The investigation is being con- assault. Total was set at $400.
when her 1877 Pontiac crossed the ducted by Ocala authorities. Florida Both Croy's were transported to ,,
center line and struck a 1981 Ford Department of Law Enforcement has Bradford County where they were ','
driven by Wanda M. Fife, 21, of.Mid- been called in to assist in the in- released on their own recognizance r,

dleburg. vestigation of the disappearance. according to Deputy Sammy Eunice..
Fife braked and swerved to the ,
right in an attempt to avoid the colli- Traffic ArrestsIn Market ik7ci .
sion but the two vehicles met headonon Burglary
the shoulder. Bradford CountyLocal Suspect Arrested '

Fife and ChristopherFife _
passengers authorities reported seven arrests Bradford
3, and Anna Hall, 20, of Mid- in Bradford County for traffic A 21-year-old County man 7i .
taken to Humana was arrested June 5 and charged with Great
dleburg were
In Park for treat-' violations during the past week. the burglary of the Jr. Food Store on
Hospital Orange Carol Looney of Starke was arrested -
SR-ioo <<
near Keystone
ment following the 11:35 a.m.: colli- Heights.
June 2 for driving while license
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sion. As of press time Wanda Fife and suspended according to Trooper Ken- For

Anna Hall were in good condition,according neth Ethridge. ,. IIijEQt.
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Christopher had been released from three miles south of Starke. Looneywas I 1ft : Havollne Jpp Father's t
the hospital. released after a $300 cash bond 1J. it.I" }{C1l1',1: Motor OilRegularly 1
why Hugheslost "oT0assa.... ;
Troopers are not sure '
was posted.
control of her car and have (Jil1"tpt'llll 1.19. Day a
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ordered an autopsy, according to Willie Lee Davis, 23, of Starke was '
Homicide Investigator John Ram- for ..,.. oil, Limit 5 quarts Y
arrested June 2 driving while b tom lay' "
bach. license suspended, according to
Trooper B. A. Williams.
Driver Charged With Davis was stopped on CR-16 east of 39'9Each

Violation Right of WayA Starke. Bond was set at $200. Davis
was released on his own '
Palatka man was cited for viola- recognizance. 1a' .r -
tion of right of, way in. an accident 1
June 3 in Starke. Alphonso Thomas,32,of Macclenny Men's Casual
Kenneth Ramon DeWitt 18, of was arrested May 31 and charged Box t'II

Starke was northbound on US-301 with driving while license suspended 3c k tJ) 65 Ounce Shirts & ShortsArm
driving a 1979 Ford truck. William according to Patrolman Paul Rhoden.
Patrick Seay, 52,of Palatka was east- Bond for the charge was set at$200, Have You Hesitated? & Hammer Mix and match solid
bound on Weldon St., driving a 1975 Thoams was released on his own Have you been hesitant Regularly 139. knit or terry shirts and 5 3
Ford truck. Seay violated the right of recognizance. about purchasing carpal 11 HEAW DUTYDETERGENT Heavy duly laundry elastic waist shorts with ; .
way and drove in front of DeWitt's because you have beautiful detergent. Limit 2. contrasting side piping
vehicle, according to Lt. Wayne Richard Vanie Hamilton of hardwood floors? Don't be. Men's sizes S.M.L.XL.
Wilkinson. Keystone Heights was arrested June 1
DeWitt applied brakes leaving skid and charged with driving while intox- Properly Installed carpet will

marks, skidded at an angle and icated, according to Trooper not mar the finish' of your

struck Seay's truck. Ethridge. floors, and you can always
Damage to the trucks was Hamilton was stopped on CR-100 tt-k\
make the switch back hard. $1
estimated $2,000 each., seven miles'south of Starke, his blood, to, $2
alcohol content was .17 percent. wood If you tire of carpe s. Pack d Pr. _

BC Rescue Unit Bond for the charge was set at $300 But, we seriously doubt that Of 6 ; f
Hamilton was released on his own will want to switch after 0 Surfers For ,
you &
Answers 90 Calls recognizance.Roy 3 Ounce Bars l
trying carpet In your home. The Family

The Bradford County Rescue Unit Bradford Carpet is so luxurious, and WoodburyRegularly Men's women's/ i
of County
Brantley,62, .
responded to 90 calls during the 119. 6 bhitdrhtl' '" "" '
.j month,of May,according: to Director: :driving arrested while June intoxicated 5 and charged,'"according with" plush rks ,}mlilionarrp'ev.rrt1 that. jif k,0.'' feel ; ',.bars beauty 9p. IIi ".1.. or colorful, ,I eJs" 1Nt1 ,;r, /' ,; tr,,
M of Ernergency-ServicesClUE. Chaff to Trooper Langston.' "->. );' a! If ltrtir, pacfei. tIllu.t r o s a.x
man. area: "And, even Im-
more
Bond for the charge was set at$300.
53 calls required transporting 56 pa- Is the fact that
released his carpets
tients and 37 calls required no Brantley was on own portant ,
transportation.The recognizance. are so, easily cleaned. Just
back-up unit made five runs. vacuum weekly, and* clean M1-7
William Scott Hogg,21,'Of High Springs -
36 patients were transported to and with a foam cleaner i'about
was arrested June 5 chargedwith
Bradford Hospital, one to North
six months.
Florida Regional, seven to Alachua driving while license suspended, every
General Hospital, five to'Shands according to Trooper Langston. Why don't. you make the '
Teaching Hospital, one to VA,one pa- Hogg was released after a $200 change to carpet today f?Comein -z 1 : .: r
tient to RMC and two patients to St. surety bond was posted. and look over put vast :
Vincents in Jacksonville.Life .
John Allen Jones, 19, of Lake Butleras selection of colorful cprpets.

paitents patients.Flight and Stat Rescue transported Flight 60 transportedtwo assisted three wilful-wanton arrested June reckless 1 and driving charged,according with- Teal Tile' : 1294Pack $1 Tussy 2$110 Oz. $1 Briefs $ 2 Ladles'

and to Sgt. Wayne Wilkinson. Ea. Products For For Bikinis Bras
Rescue 75 with two patients
assisted Bradford Room Bond for the charge was set $150,. & Carpet Rcautoity 149. Pack of Values To 1.63. Cream, Choose from a variety VolUM To 79. Solid or Rep 239.Basic or lace '
Emergency Jones was released on his own 4-3 02 tubes toothpaste roll on or stick deodorant of Barbara Dee cookie print bikinis or brleh, crisscross brat In colors.
with Rescue 60 also
one patient.
131 N. St.
responded to two fire calls with recognizance. Cherry I, Price Good At All Family Dollar Stores Through This 309 South Walnut Street
Tanker 13, said Chapman.. Two Raiford Arrests Starke, Florida Weekend While Quantities Last Quantities Limited
The majority of the calls; 14, were 964-7423 On Some Merchandise. No Sale To Dealer. e tarkeFlorid
to people in trauma. Nine calls were For Worthless Checks
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tients resulting from automobile ac Union County Sheriff's Department
arrested Brenda Neal Croy, 23, and '
cidents. Eight calls were to cardiac .
.QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED ,4( !
patients and nine calls were to pa- Marshall Francis Croy,33, of Raiford :

tients with respiratory problems.Four ,
calls were obstretic related, I
four calls were false alarms and eight
calls were cancelled.One *Rooms Beer.Wln..M.xersLocally .

call was to an attempted I:
suicide, one call was a gunshot wound To Rent Owned'friel.. Wise stores' ;.
victim two calls were stabbing victims *Monthly/ i I
and three calls were to overdose Weekly Ii

victims. *Or By the NIght/ i Joined, Together. To Save You Money ,

Man's Located by
Disappearance Starke Post OfficeReasonable .. )
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Still A MysteryThe RatesMagnolia e e e AD GOOD THRU JUNE,13. 1984 \'

disappearance of a Bradford Hotel I "' _. -
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Summer Recreational Program


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Planned activities (aerobic- ..Use'of Center facilities. }

dance hiking swimming, everyday,.

biking, etc.') every Monday 1'a.ni. ::; 8.J.m. weekdays

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Early Pot Harvest Nets 300 Plants... 't' 3 p.m. Ii Free Center tee-shirt

Bradford County Sheriffs investigators Don'Denton and David& wilt
Aderholt forcement.That department! continue air surveillencp during the growing
count marijuana plant confiscated in the northern part of the county,laet Friday seasons) '
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1| Street value the 300 plants Is' unknown since the marijuana Is not dried
The,plants were spotted from the air by Florida Department of {fA'" En. and packaged for sale :'' /(' -" cost Is $50; Health and fitnessbeginning
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marijuana plants were seized June 1 but no arrests were made. The Sheriff' Reddish stated!.that; the juana being grown in a given area to the"DH Center, ,. .,, : '
the Bradford Sheriffs Office is still under '
by County case
investigation to
) as aerial surveillance will bemaintained report the activity to local law .
and i agents- from the Florida the identity of who the plants belonged periodically throughout; the mari forcement en- '
we are in the midst of
I Department! of Law, Enforcement to.,* \ ;, juana growing period man attempt to the marijuana; now for more ,Information contact the fill Center for Health and Fitness at 964-4210
growning
season.
The plants were located in ,the norT The marijuana was located through .locate the illegally grown marijuanaand Value of the pot plants cannot be' BH Canter tor Health ind ntncM I I.a member of Santa 'ft tteallhcan Syrtem Inc.
them part of Bradford County in a aerial surveillance of the county by to Identify and prosecute those estimated since the
wooded off 109th Avenue. the,FDLE. The wooded of plants were not
area plot land responsible for planting the crop. '' ,? dried and prepared for sale,said Den-
Following several, days of where the plants were found Is owned ,The Bradford County Sheriffs y.Oft. ton. "

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I Off-DutyTroperCat hesHiMan .' : BHADfOHD-UNION AHZA' VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL CENTER

609 N. Orange Street, Stork, FL 3209V: Phone ((904)) 964-6150 '

!\. A Florida Highway Patrolman may ,a pedestrian gave chase and subdued' ment. ',. SUMMIR SCHKDUU 1984 '
Ri have been off-duty but he 'got his the'subject.: -" I The subject was identified "
-man' in a foot chase in a JackSonville_ Trooper William' toot the subject', Michael 1 Eugene Culbreath:: ," i /. f '' *" *
:,:.shopping center"t"'aj pprin )9'Ii l enMC'x'; .... and, his weapon and turned; him over'. t thexictim walt:jd(! lUn led.e4 21"1, The Voco'tioroluwnte{" will i la M off ejj np.s"urt.,. ,TI7...>.>l CI. gsynBrip" wits.Jj.d/Apurses f. 'J do.' t8 through....... Auculf, fit,
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Clark L. Williams observed a white' I'
I'-: female exiting her vehicle from the -. .It Is anticipated that summer school will be filled up and It Is very I Important that all applications for'enroll-

passeger side screaMing. At the same You Pick 'O1 Bluaberrios' Starting Juno .. men be returned by June 5 for adult and high school students. '.
time black male
a exited the driver's : "l ,,' .
side of her car, pointing a. hand gun at "
the female. Lou-Ann's Axaloa .&. Blueberry Farm Anyone signing up for a vocational class must sign up for.at least 4.hours in the vocational! class. Anyone

ran Trooper at the Williams black male exited and his order car d 1 Take 100 South;to 24th Avenue turn right to farm signing up for.an academic class may take academics! 2, 4, or 6 hours a day.;:Applications by high school

him not to shoot: The subject pointedthe Now'Opori Mon.-Sat.. 7:3O to dark 'students must be approved by the high school courselor or principal before they, can,be processed. A student
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foot.The LAii.ecPIN. PLftHTS DAY PROGRAM ,/,, '..
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Williams along with the occupants of 964-7109 Ail Mature Slm of Jesus ,
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,the vehicle that struck the subject and .--'-' Air Conditioning & Heolngj! > ( ;;' : :'.&:$ tf,#'; v&?LUNCH! .- < Air Conditioning & Heating
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WERE MOVINGI Have a lot to g.t rid of. li CUBIC FOOT GE REFRIGERATOR 1974 BUICK CENTURY! Good' condition. SANTA n -
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NIc. carpets, torn brand n.w. Lot of Frostless. Almond color. After 5, call New battery alternator now tire*. reasonable offer I
BR $29.500.Yty
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miscellaneous Item. No lurnllur b.- 9647807. Itchg 5/31 AM/FM stereo w/cassette. Maroon considered. 964.5010.308Nn : 20x30 and '40x30 from, ru itlEAL
Ing told Locat.d ol Motel with orange IfeO' CHEV TRUCK Good farm track, w/whlte top 70.000 miles, $800 solid will be $150 per mo. 2 block behind Garde. 1 .

sign In lawtey on US301. Friday A $275 080 1955 CH.". 2'Dr., 6 cyl.. Call 782-3296 If,no response 1 leave MICK VENEER, HOUJEi 2100 ft. Low' Restaurant Also fenced storage for
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Saturday Jun. S A 9, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. auto., good tlr... $975 OBO; 1981 name and number on answering down Owner financed 10X camper; boat, .te.473.4728.8/104tp6 ;
Itpd 6/7 Yamaha 550 Maxim needs very minor machln. 6/71tpd payment. 3/31 I
MULTI-FAMILYs Sot., Jun. 9, 9 a.m. to 2 repair $850 OBO, Freezer small chest 1978 DODGE OMNI: AC. AT PS. good FOUR Int. 473.3451.3/29 Den tfn, large living' FOR LEASE, Will r.mod.I'd.partment' 1
p.m. Inside old Moos Building on Griffli type $55; 485.1541, Graham. 6/7 2tpd gas mileage Call after 6 p.m., and BEDROOM ,Kitchen has _room t.ln store building. corner of Call and 1 .
Loop. 6/7 Itpd 6/14 9645876. 5/24 3tpd 607IS bar., dining remodeled room. tile botjh Thompson St. 3729 Sq. Ft. Ground floor PHONE 964-OT Y'
FRIDAY ONLYt Only I block behind BEAUTIFUL new wood constructed 12 x IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR $44 Newly new and second story. Loading and parking tO CMiIAt i '
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Pow.II. Dairy off 301 North 1148 Clark 20 building. Big window., large door through the U.S. Government?Get the carpet and f.nc.d ready'lot.' to move Priced right, In rear I block} from City Hall, Clyde RwlLlenAR 2 1 Temple;>

St 6/7 Itchg florescent lighting work bench. Ask facts today! Call ((312)) 742-1142: Ext. $33.900. Call) 462.3998 after $. 5/17 W. Simpson 19043566849. I Ill I' Sttlrir e ,oreM
2 FAMILY SALEi Canopy Spread Set about or other options. $1595. Will 609. 5/31 EOW 7/12 Barnett Bank Bldg. Jacksonville, |FL

clothing toy. Friday, '.1. 250 West deliver We finance. Call 284.3007 after ,1946 FORD MUSTANGi 6 cyl., auto ..xcellenb 3 4tpd BR 1 6/07 BAi Den fireplace, stove, dryer, 33202. 6/7 4tchg 6/28 ; -Sl"Clal-
Morland 6/7 ItchgFRI. 5 284.0732. 6/7 4tchg 6/28 condition $2000 or best offer, ,
w.t bar total 1750 feet heated CHARMING UNIQUE
SATi Sofa, chairs, appliance., SILVER QUEEN CORN Also 40 ft. chickenbarn 964.7081, eves. sq. LOSTFOUNDREWARDS SECLUDED, ,
cloth., shoes, weight benches and good heavy commercial tin ft 1970 OLDS CUTLASS 2 DR hard top: 350 6/07 spoke; $35,500. 9647552. 9/17 4tpd hideaway horn.. Only yrs. old. 2-.tory,

weights, and more. Prlc.d to ..11. 4 lumber. Call 964.6528. 6/7 Itchg engine $350.964-5813 after 4. / Itpd COUNTRY HOMI WITH POOL ft deeded 5 BR.3% BA- CHftA. ..p.rat.office. In city -
mile S. 100 rain or shin. A/7 Itchg 15 INCH Barrel Saddle, excellent condition 1979 4 DR CHEV. IMPALA PS. PB AC 9 wk. old puppy left on ldLawt.y
Lake 3' BR. 2 BA family limit 7 *. Havoto see
SATURDAY, JUNE ft Sewing machine, $100 or best offer Call after 3 '64.000 Ml, 7823307. $2,575.6/7 Itpd Lilly access. kltch.n.Located Rd. May 29 without owner per .flap pond on aero.
cabinet bookshelves, small appliances p.m., 431-1208. 1975 Vega good condition If SI 2 DR FORD FAIRMONT PS, PB AC. room: fireplace, separate mission. Bulldog/Blrddog mix, light to b.ll*v*l j.
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clothing,, other household $700. Also Simco Barrel Saddle AM/FM stereo 47,000 miles, 782.3307 on acres tan white legs' black on nose and tell \ *>>
Item.. 2nd RR crossing Crlffls Loop Rd. good condition $ISO. 4311208. 6/7 2675. 6/7 1 tpd 75000.$9.900 dawn Broker/Owner.no closing cost 479-1497 to) buyer.or White flea collar crooked left ear. BUYER BENEFITS); ::READ CAREFULLY
100 9 4. 6/7 Itpd Itchg 169 FORD TRUCK BED Short wheel base 763-3129 7 to 9:30. 6/7 Itchg;
! 2 FAMILIES: Friday only, Jun. 8, 411 NORRIS TRAVEL TRAILER 8 x 24 full fleet side, good. condition, 9645169. 3786663. 5/241tchg 6/14 .4 LOTS BESSENT MIMOSA-heausNul\ .wooded. lr' city
THREE BEDROOM 2 bath home on lake InKeystone limit. $ ,100 each A',.,. ....rln.:
Redgrave St.. 9 a.m. til ? 6/7 Itpd equipped. $4000 or best offer. Call 6/7 Itpd HELP WANTEDCRUISE Only
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i BIG SALE 560 W. Weldon St., Near Vo- 964.8171 after 3 p.m. 6/7 Itpd 1970 MAVERICK 6 cyl., body very good bath furnished Height mobile horn a for extraIncome eTWO STOKY? ANTIBEUUM 425 WALNUT-lovely,
I Tech school. 8 a.m. til ? 6/7 1911 FORD CUSTOM P100 6 cyl. air and motor good. All new tire, $375. 3 acres. $79,500 9646618. SHIP JOIST Great Income potential ,. specious on .l perx. on* ocr. 3 car garage, many
JUNE 9i Rear of Tackl. Box. 10 tit ? lots auto trans., PS, PB Am/FM stereo 964.6365.6/7 itchgMOBILE 6/7 on all occupation, for Informationcall pecan tree. Estate settlement.
of n.w end used Item 6/7 Itpd cruise control, radials. two-tone red Itchg : ((312)) 742-B62O ext. 362 6/7 4tpd' e" ACRES BESSENT FLUME RD-xcellent owner
609 MELTON TER. ,.S Friday and Satur w/topper sharp. 40,000 miles. $6000, 6/28 fI"oncl.'wlll'.1'' ono acre, five ocre or moroGREAT
day 6/7 Itpd will trade. 6/7 2tpd 6/14 HOMES BOATS WE ARE NOW taking application for a COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY, 25* on US
I GARAGI SALE Just moved 'Selling LIVING ROOM SET Couch matching FOR SALE fireman. Must be high school 301 '20'. Joins old Gulf teflon on 301 A '..16.
household items, furniture, clothe, chair coffee table, end stand;moving, graduate, 18 year or older Apply City Busiest corner In town
etc. Also for sale, Batsett Dining Suit last chance, $85. Good condition. 14 FT FIBERGLASS. FISHING BOAT with Hall, Merrill Dee Office. Must live SMASHING CONTEMPORARY.; Architect Tern Tan'
with China Cabinet. Saturday June 964.6669. 6/7 Itpd SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER, Hwy. trailer. Best offer 964.6691.5/23 3tpd within city limit 6/7 Itchg nereor designed this handsome, 2-story cedar, at
9th. 9 a.m. 5 888 W. Madison 25 HP EVENRUDE Out Board A-l condition 301 N. Starke. 964-4414 or 9644778. 6/07 .
p.m. OLIN MILLS STUDIOS need temporary Country ault.t25U .*. ft. on 2 lot*. ...ut. Insul.
I Street. 6/7 tpd $550 w/tank. 7V HP Ev.nrude Com out and check out the bargain 12 FT FIBERGLASS fishing. boat with 7% help for telephone operator Flreplec Only 3 old. SP$175.000.mtg.$n.ooolit
i SAT., 9-2i Clothes, shoes, odd and motor w/tank like new $450. :2 typesof Talk to Walter (Bud) Alvoret for a great HP. motor and galv. trailer, $600. Housewives earn all the \ u 9V.S. Mo. fmt.yn.SetB.9
I ends, 408 E. Laura vaclnlty of Jones fishing boats w/trailer, best offer deal. For more Information call Roy 1 961.8442.6/7 2lpd 6/14 need for vacation bills, etc. Apply In
; I COUNTRY CLUB LIVING AT ITS BEST-Pretty view
Color TV like best offer Chest of 964-5251.1 ,
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Funeral Horn. 6/7ltchg' Wells. 964 9764; after 5 PM '
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person facing 9th hole.Exquisitely turn. Excellent terms
I GARAGE SALE Fri. (t Sat., Jun. 8th ft9th. drawers, Ig size, best offer typing 4/26 tfn Motel beginning Wednesday June 6,
95. Baby bed hi-chqlr, stroller, desk, Ig. size, best offer King size bed 1977 MOBILE HOMEi 24 x 60 12000. after No Falls Best 1.000000 VIEW FOR $164.0001 Truly megnlflcentresidence.
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walker barstools, pot and pan, w/box springs best offer 9646691. space also available. 9644993. 67Itchg" on
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dishes, sheets, bedspreads, carpets, 6/7 ItpdCOLOR _00'-"" PART-TIME MAN needed for night work, BA. 3.000 Sq. W. .
desk rollaway bed, tire, tool and a TVi $99 and up. Next to Stark KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Across from lake, 2' ADVERTISING shpuld be submitted 1,2, or 3 evening. Must be dependable LAKI BROOKLYN! 100' sugar white and beach.
12 In. B&W TV. 7 ml. south on Rd. 100 Truck Stop south of Stark 964-8212. bedroom mobile horn, $79.95 or to the Bradford' County phone 782.366O. 6/7 Itpd /Ideal for leUufo' living. $47.000 wi..... .. .2......
on left. 6/7 1tpdNEIGHBORHOOD 11/24 tfnRAIIITSI $99.95 month. Must remain. park until Telegraph office In writing and paid In NEED LADY 95. 7 day a week to stay -I IP'THE BEST ,HAS ALWAYS BEEN A CHAllENGEt
GARAGE SALE Sat., For pets or meat.. Lawrence 1/2 paid. $100 down adult prefer advance unless 'credit Is already with elderly man In. Raiford. 4311187. Roomy 3 M;2BA;; brick on 1.7 AG. At Country Club.
Jun. 9. Baby furnltur., like new crib Meng, 6 mi.: 301 South. 4681915. tin red. 6/7 established with this office. 6/7 ltchgWANTED ,!904 RAIFORD,lOAD Condo,......, 3 Ig. Bf. 2 full
high chair playpen, walkers, MOBILE HOME SUPPLIES Windows ft THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BE FULLTIME Maintenance Person both f nc. garage, scrn'd porch: fonc'd bkyard. CBstorag
children's and baby clothe, stereo doors, plumbing and elec. supplies; HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN contact Steve Gay; CommunityState Mdg. Pav'd drly .y. Nicely I.ndsc pod.
toys, much more. Green Acres subdivision also furniture. BARGAIN CENTER 1 LAND FOR SALETEN CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER Bank of Starko, 964.7830."n. METICULOUS:?, DESIGN CONSTRUCTIONS Brand
1 mile west of 301 on Rd. 16 at mile South of Starke. 3/01 tfn THE TELEPHONE. Itchg now VA.FHA ft C_..terms.3 BIT.3 BA wc..lled..1cel'

Gen Drive Look for si an. .9645663.. HELICOPTER aerobatic, RC 'SCHLUTERi flown. Superior Extras 1 AC LOTS facing Pleasant Grove, Classified deadline I I. TUESDAY NEEDEDi Carrier for morning paper '"., fireplace, skylight, fan. $44.400.
6/7 > never NOON, prior to Thursday publication. route, Florahoma and Keystone area. IS'' IT ,'
964.6931. $500.5/31 6/07 Rd. 3995. $400 down, $70 a month. TO SEE ,IT TO LOVE Charming nearly new
SIMCO RIDING SADDLE 2tchg Looks brand Call 964.5606, 9/15 tfn Minimum charge I is 1$words for$2.75 Telephone and dependable transportation brick :3 BR,2 BA homo on 1% ACe Near Country Club.
FOR SALE new, used very few time Call THREE 1 ACRE LOTS on SR-227-Brooker then 10 cent for each word thereafter. required.' Equal opportunity Croat FR; fireplace. Mm'd porch.' IBM heated S.P.

964-7512, $225. 6/7 tfn Rd. 2995. $300 down $55 a month. employer. Phone 964-9169 Florida $...000. Assum. mtg. appr.' $39.672.
SILVER QUEEN SWEET CORN available 7/1 LIMOUSINE Herdford Bull 17 month 964.5606.9/15 tfn Time Union, 6/7 BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SETTING, Clean 4 yr. old 2
Sot, June 9 at Wainwright Produce. old. Halter Brok. 7823151 6/72tpd ONE ACRE LOT Facing Forsyth Rd. I, BUSINESS ...1% BA. CM/A. OOU..... carport on 3 Ac.
Plus other farm fresh vegetables. Two 6/14 3000. $400 down and$70 month.' MISCELLANEOUSLAtADOR 642 N. WALNUT ST Approx. 2010 .... Hv
locations: 2Vi mile east of Stark'on 961.5606.112 tfn''NEW .. OPPORTUNITIES : ; 3/2 BSB,500. Investor take not .': 1
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Market North 301, Stark. 6/7 Itchg MOTORCYCLES lots Paved streets, central water. $100 OWN -YOUR OWN Jeans-Sportswear RETRCIVSRt .Glv*' .away'' to'' .. Over 2.000 so<<,. ft. O *rslid double, '
BRADFORD LIMEROCK SALES 7823172. dn. $75/mo. Owner financed I Ladles Apparel' Combination. Accessories good home call 9646996. garage workshop.. dose to UC1 ft FSP.'
Lawtey. 2/23 tfn 473.3454.3/29 tfn Largo Size store. National LOVEABLE 2-YH OLD, Cocker-mixed IDEAL IJVIN QUIET STREET Mimosa Dr. Attractive
SIDE BY SIDE FROST FREE 1976 HONDA 400 4 cyl., $450 neg, 6 ACRES FOR SALEi Subdivision iq'Lawt.y. I brands: Jordache, Chic Lea, Levi female dog. I.I spayed and has, all -
REFRIGERATOR Heavy Dutydl.hwalh.r. 964.8430.6/7 2tpd 6/14 Asking 18000. Colt? Vanderbllt. Izod Gunn. Sax, Esprit. shot. Used to Children completely indoor brick 2/2:w/CHftA.
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mare and colt. Call 1975 YAMAHA 650: New tire, chain, 1.312.772.0107.5/31 4tpd 6/21 Brlttanla. Calvin Klein Sergio Valente, trained love to sleep at foot of HOME I ACt Nice 3,IRs Bethel$
9644004. 4/05 tfn battery. $600. Cash Edwin Vlckery GOVERNMENT LAND-$ 'An Acre Many' Evan Picon. Claiborne,Members Only bed and watches Hill Street Blues; on -$14.000-3 IR Manse home off .... 100-B.
TRAILER AND Vi-ACRE LOT In good con 964.6125.5/31 2tpd 6/07 lots available. \Build a Future! Call Bill Bias. Organically 'Grown. :Thursday nights. )) Moving cannot have1 .S27,500-Comtn.|! lot*. Madison. Great locale.
I. dition. Fencen-in backyard. Well 1979 KAWASAKI 125 KX new engine, 1 1-1619)( ) 569-0968 for Info. 5/31 3tpd Heollhtex. 300 ,I other $7,900 to pet. FREE to good hone.782.3296.if, $29,500-14 Ac.,: Septic, bam timber. Own. fin.
pump and septic tank already down. chain and sprokets and extra Great 6/14 $24,900 Inventory,' airfore training no reap n.ejItfave name and number! '' -$32.OOO-Duplex-now paint L.... St. 2/1 *a.
Call after S, 3754860. 5/24 4tchg 6/14 I cond.. must .... Call Danny Pearsen APPROX. 5V acres with wellseplletank fixtures, grand. opening etc Mr. on answering machine. 6/7 ,1 tpd -P'.5OC--CH&A.SI1 In country. Fireplace, deck.
1980 CUSTOM DELUXE COACH TRAVEL 964.6453, 6/7 2tchg 6/14 and light pol*. 4 miles S. 100,1, Loughlin ((612)) 888.6555.ltpd. 6/07 FREE SWEET KITTIES Very cute, ready foro $40.000-11 Edward......SeptIcwell.: 3 Iter....
TRAILER: 32 ft. long. For more Informa- 18500. 964.833,0. 6/7 Itchg SATELLITE ANTENNA dealerships good home., -5812.6/7 Itpd :! $$50.000-20 Ac.Prim.. 1$Ch. Rd.S well.2.......c.$100.00011 ..

flan,.call 964.7830.5/31_2tchg 6/07 available. No ''experience required. A e.'330' M( frntg) Timber. "..one.
Dealer cost for complete unit a* low a*I of' $120.000-60! 14. off ...234 (WhHehead RdFln.j ) .

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PLASTERING STUCCO & PAINTING Barbed Wire.' .i.! ;':'. .'roes..$x4,95: Since,1957 ( .

J 1-2 ft 3 Bedroom Apt*. Field Fen4..4.. ?. . _roll..$<'9,95 964-6918 94 .60341. :,
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WE BUY & SELl USJAzz. MOIILI HOME STATE OF PLOIDA'R i
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,,PARTS. Call qualified A ox- @ Slat Maintenance I'Yard .,I West,Railroad. Street I Formerly! .YLKN&R .REALTY
964-7289 Griffl perlenced. FREE 1530 W. Madison 1 _. a.
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Sal. 2% ESTIMATES. Work it
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J ((904>749-S286" INSPECTION s1O.A.M.'I0.4.P..lVI. ,I 22Haf r.tt.5t.'Aeron from Wlthton' ." + ;

;- Lalc'Clt., ,i/JHJNE/ 14 J5..l. 984 I Moti_:-FrI. $t3t1 a.tni; to 530 plm.; fc 'SoturJoy p.fiij. 12 noon ,'',"' .
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:i MH TERM CASH, CASHIERS CHECK COM : : lOr- cir t:1I
hookup pecan grove PANV" CMnCK; WITH BANK LETTER, OF .:* HWY.301 N,1,with;large koue" .:appro.* I ap"J';

1327-3 pastur..551.ooo.BR, 2 BA, brick, Carpet (Any $14' .... Sootrhgsrd ,CREDIT. N..PERSONAL.CHECKS, OR CREDIT 'Store*NOW and IS Go THE.. I.MEto' start that,.business! eolwayswantecCountryGrocery; 7'! ,, "

I greenhouse, 9 plus acres, I Room I II BARDS (:$ | .* rACI**i-Vi (
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fenced, animal stall, CleaningSoil 6 Ham) ATsilahls A"t 00'.00 p* Auto or P.O.' may be mod at LARGE 4 BR 'rom_,(louse with. 2 bath on '.%A. in town With", ,INavlNul Mses9 ;
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$63.000. homeslt ''"' ( Eilrattlpa It LIED If.llabU) Sale Time. Bvtanc to be paid by I P.M.: Monday, June sir 5 ACRES IOUt"'of tl\lrk" : f ; \: !:- ((1)i.r;
f 3571.99 ac. .. 18. 1984 or you ORFEIT your Deposit." 1 MADISON ST oYe 18 p. h'pka hor/co with ntsvs,7".trMa4;, ,(tw;.' ij

!Priced wooded right.paved' frontage 1 Whole I House Special i 1 ( ,, on.nan,3), fTIM5TOEESOLD' *,. ,.ALLYOUNEEDI. n 'w It v*.w iw move In nn.viv n nvw..ri OmpI'telyfurn"tl.; ,;
with 4 acres of land.Workshop greenhouse J large and other extras.1 *W
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ALL ACROSS AMERICACome 1195 :DODGE PHBK UT TRUCKS o CYLj & CYl. !! \ j
In and Carpet' Dyed (II 12) ,. .'. ... ... .....'. .,..H. .01. *WELL BUILT 3 IM;," BA. In walking distance'to stores,etc, "T-}n'I I tfe;
compare STATieaWA ONS -.WINDOW ,VANSBOOOC *6 ACRES with older frame house. Hwy16fr. > ij' < /Jf

C our den.commercial. proper- Furniture, Gleaned .(Seta,,& chair) . . . /> STATION ASPENS WAGONS DRS I4J.OOO.*YOU SHOULD, *' ,SCeTHIS; 3 !lR,..2,8A..t'fCCoolwlth, J{ CH.&A' on, opproxy;" 3Vi ocres: V for
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;; Sorting Bradford. ft Union Co. and ivrrowitiffg areaFlorida SUBUMMtM> DUMP TRUCKS, 4 YDS.. **OLD READY STARKE'MADE! auto ild..bulldlngOl'dla.d..mechanic /shop,'with orfwithout ii. ,"equipment. priced to I',, ;;i
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C'arpet"Cleaw-.n. Dye I' / To'OYDS.1 700. "I ;#Wi HAVE SEVERAL Commercial tract' *'on 3f f, ,'; 'f' J

I (licensed Insured) (Residential. a. Coamwclal) t ; OVMt'100' AUTO*' S *HANDY-MAN SPECIALS priced: from,fit.wM up. :. .:;(,.; i iImenv 1: ,
: INVESTORS Large fxsm with{ > sepofet* *ras* iclw
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I Stork.Fl. M09I 1971 l4(1/sadW( l j. ASECLUDED.T.nwriod.d'aef.9norlti"a )( oi1i'goodjl>
Wa. ara now renting small and medium ..hampoowi.Wa ( IS A CASH SALE' ,, crowd. 'place' to gat. away""orf.tho

STROUT Rave Carpet Rakes for S.It .15 4oNDUCTIDBY : ,,: \ I'' ,. ,'*, / n'i E'

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I Muscular dystrophy benefit softb gaibie; set this weekend in, Lake Butler I


Chuck Blackwelder Is planning a ceeds will be donated on the Jerry Butler Sluggers vs Amelia Pliers Game will begin Friday evening at mirror from Jim's Furniture; a Mag- knives from The Outfitters.
weekend of fun with his Bth Annual Lewis Labor Day Telethon. from Gainesville, Bits and Piece: :' 7 p.m and begin again on Saturday lite flashlight from The Rancher; a Others are gift certificates from:
Softball Tournament to benefit Tlnu year, for the flit.1 time, both from Starke vs Lawtey Rebels,' morning at 8 a.m. cassette stereo headphone seat trom Western Steer, Barbara's tiiita,
muscular dystrophy on June 8-10 at men's and women's teams will, be Lawtey Cubettes vs Lake City Merchants On June 9 from 11:30 a,m. to 2 Tech rv :z window planters from Rebel ilouao titauJ'unt, Flowers hy
the Lake Butler-Union County participating. The games will begin \ p.m., smoked chicken dinners will be George's Hardware; $10 In gas from Mary, Rickles Hardware, Cedar
Recreation Complex on SR 121 Friday at 7 p.m. and continue all day The men's teams are: Howard Auto on sale for $3 each. The dinners will Welch's Gulf; a Time electric clock River Seafood Restaurant, West
Even If you can't hit the side of A Saturday and into Sunday. Admissionis Parts from Lake Butler vs Alday'tf, consist of a quarter of smoked from Wise's; a ceiling fan fromPinchaPenny Coast Seafood and Flower Country
barn with a bat, you're sure to enjoy free. Eagles, Smyrna Baptist from Starke"vs chicken, baked beans, cole slaw, ; a double burger ,
watching people who can and dining The women's teams who will be Hipp Construction from Alachuajfr, bread and tea. maker from Gresham's Drugs; a terrarium Everyone Is invited to come out and
on the delicious meal that is being playing in the first round are: Lawtey Keystone's Over-the-Hill Gang vb" Be sure to fill In the back of the din- kit from Spencer Drugs; an enjoy good softball, a good chicken
planned. You can also enjoy knowing Rowdies vs Lake Butler Napa, Lake R.M.C.s Jaycees, Lake City ner ticket for 20 prizes to be given iron skillet from Sawyer's, a watch dinner and, most Importantly, to help
that you're playing a part in the fight Butler Parrlsh's Food Store vs Hipp Hometown Napa vs Lake City away in a drawing at 6 p.m.Saturday. from Western Auto in Starke, a raise money for children with
against I muscular dystrophy: All pro Construction from Alachua, Lake Businessmen. Prizes Include:, a !large shadow-box cookbook from Farm Bureau and muscular dystrophy.

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I' uC[ in Lake Butler and Lawtey. Correctional accredited by.. federal government .

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Reception and Medical Center was continueu in frooauonary Status ed accreditation for five correctional tlon.-- The Rhode Island Training Rehabilitative Services. these agencies also agreed to undergo
Lake Butler and Lawtey Correctional while it works toward compliancewith institutions and one detention facility, School and Rhode Island Detention Accredited agencies spend 12-18 on-site audits conducted by teams of
adult Institute and in Lawtey were 2 of the 68\ fire safety standards. and four Illinois Department of Corrections Center are the first Juvenile correc- months participating in a rigorous trained correctional practitioners
I juvenile correctional community treatment tional programs to achieve second ac- self-examination of their ad- The Poard of Commissioners, which
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facilities accredited by the Commission 68 Is the largest number accreditedat centers and one Institution also were' creditations. Dismas House of Atlanta ministrative policies and operational has sole responsibility for rendering
on Accreditation Corrections any one time. The Commission awarded accreditation. is the first correctional program in procedures to determine compliance' accreditation, decisions, meets
E May 4-5. awarded three-year accreditation The Bureau of Rehabilitation in Georgia to be accredited.The with the standards promulgated joint- periodically during the year to review
The Union awards to 17 Florida' adult correctional Washington, D.C., and Mahonlng, Board of Commissioners votedto ly by the American Correctional applications. Currently, there are 562.
t' accreditation'of Correct facilities and 14 Juvenile detention County Community Corrections, (nc", continue in Candidate Status the Association and the Commision on correctional agencies involved the
tional Institution was withdrawn for centers, group homes and the in Youngstown, Ohio, received their Duval Regional Detention Center in Accreditation for Corrections.To accreditation process In this countryand
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failure to
standards comply with fire safety probation service. third accreditation awards, the first Jacksonville, which is part of the Canada, of which, 367 are, ac
6 and Florida State Prison The Federal Prison System receiv such programs to have this distine- ,Florida Department of Health and verify standards compliance credited. '

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YARD SALE -. HELP WANTED INSURANCE
MISCELLANEOUS HOUSES FOR SALE ., ,
3-FAMUY YARD SALE. Funlturef PERSONAL SERVICES '
; GOVERNMENT JOBS thousands of
I Clothes, mlicel. Lake Santo Fe, HWY. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSi Closed CRYSTAL LAKE! HOMESITES Deeded ac. ,MAINE*,INSURANCE AGENCY 160 S,
vacancies be filled
must
21-B off SR-21 between Keystone and j meetings Monday 8 p.m. Openmeetings cess to private beach; 2BR. 2Bathj CARPENTER Remodeling Immediately. Lake Avenue Lake'Butler, ...96.3978.Campl.t. .
WORK work, $17,634 to $50,112. Call 716-842-6000,
Friday 8 : Alanon, Monday .
Insurance Service. TFN.
Metros. Follow signs. 8:30 a.m.1p.m. p.m. Large landscaped lot, Separate "i
kitchen
cabinet'and trim Ext. 35625 2-pd 5/31-6-7
carpentry.
8 All Educational
\ p.m. meetings at and 2
Saturday, June 9. Itchg 6/7 2-carport room utility. Ellc.llen.4;I I,
Church Reasonable prices, Call 473-4018 after PROCESS MAIL .14 T HOMII $7500 per
473-2790
Building Community condition. Low 40'.. '
KEYSTONE CLUB ESTATES Secondhouse 4732568. 3lpd .
5:30 p.m. 1/5 tfnchg hundred! No Experience. Part or full FOR RENT
475.2130.1/3
; or tfnchg 524.67"WHITE
;;' on left, 8:30 a,m. Saturday 6/9 ,
CARPET time.
AND VINYL repairs and In. Start Immediately. Detail-send ,
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS No dues, SANDS LAKE".
: and Sunday 6/1011chg at Keystonw stallations. self-addressed
Fr. "Imat. Ten years stamped envelope to
fees or weigh Ins. Open meetingsTuesay's Heights Builder-Owned home on /... TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR
C.R.I.I 6092
experience. Call 473-4217 and ask for P.O. box 3149' Stuart, Fl
;7.30: p.m. Community Church beautiful acre. 3BR, 2Bath.
Greatroom RENT Union County Times, tOO
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Craig. 5/17 33495. 4--pd 5,17.67GOVERNMENT
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CARS,'TRUCKS Educational Building Keystone ..
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gameroorn stone fireplace 2-car Main Street Lake Butler. Phone
HANDYMAN All kinds of home JOBS. $16.559-
repairs
tot ,& BOATS Heights. 473-2790. 1/5 tfnchg garage, workshop, decks. MUST SEE 496-2261 for Information TFN 4/1
Now
mobtlehom repair, and fix-up needs. S50,553/year. Hiring. Your Area.
: BINGOlAMERICAN LEGION HALLPo.t
TO BELEIVE dreamhouse. By Owner. AVAILABLE JUNE ISth. 3 Bdrm, 1Bh,
No Call 805 |
|lob too .mall. Minor plumbingrepairs. 687-6000 Ext. ft-1136. 4--pd
202, SR-21 north Keystone Heights.'
.387.6.471 9/24
4tchg 6/14 house In good location.' Heat air,
6/7-28/84
: '' 7S TOYOTA long bed with topper, AC. Saturday Bingo, 7.30: p.m. Public In Cleaning *ervlc Light haul. fenced $250
t radio. Runs good:$3,000 firm. Itpd 6/7 vited.'5/31 tfnchg FOR SALE BY OWNER 1 yr. old 3 BR, 1\M!o :,fc ing.3/17 Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening. carpet month, $100 deposit.backyard Call 4962751evenings per
BA home, CHSA tfnchg.
:w CHEVROLET TRUCK TOPPEtt-$1 SO Run. on tree covered one .
) MEDICARE INSURANCES Call Chuck ( )
t', nlng Boards, $<010, Rubber Fender NEED Salterwhlte Stat. Farm Insurance, acre lot In Keystone Heights area, CARPENTRY/MASONRY addition, homes WORKi, and Patio tile, YARD SALE ALL ELECTRIC MOBILE HOME, 2 bdrm, 2
i Guards, $15. All like new :condition. $47,900. Call 473-7272 or 47S-13S7. 6/7 remodeling bh:trailer on shady lot between$tark.
Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights 2tchg 6/14 ,; work. Free ..tlmat... 473-4473 before
473-4010 Itpd 67FOR 6/28 S 5/17 and Lake Butler call,' 496-2842." 2-chg
173.7272.6/7 4tchg' p.m. tfnchg. BIG GARAGE SALI Fri.-Sot.. June 8-9,
i'. NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCES Call Chuck DAY AND SUMMER CARS-ln my home. rain t-r shine. Behind Clark's Meat
SALE Satterwhlte, State Farm Insurance, WANTED Close to Keystone school Call Store follow signs. 1-chg 6/7 REAL ESTATE .
Lawrence Blvd.; Keystone Heights \ 473.7519.4tchg 51031YARD
g!; SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC .73.7272.617 4tchg 6/28 VACATION TIME I. your secretary to'k-'- MOWINOi Book now for summer
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PSO-
t pipes and fitting Water softeners Ing a /action soon or someone tick In'it., month ahead. Call 473.7824.. 4tchg
PERTYT If I don't have, I'll find
It Just
Bryan Ac. Hardware, Keystone,Hgts., the office? I will fill In for you. 5/17.6/7 -
I; ...73..0062" tfnchg LAND FOR SALE reference) Call 4732898 after 530: ,, JIM AND JOY'S Home Cleaning Service.. FOR SALE ask JANE S. USHER, REALTOR,
:, 496-2126 or 496-2903, eves. "Your
AMWAY PRODUCTSi Colt to place yourorders. Jp p.m.5/"tfnchg Fr.. estimates. Call 328-1371 or "
Union flea/for./ 8/04 tfn
: Need extra Income? Call us for MUST SELL. No closing costs. 150 ft. on TO RENT- Furnished apartment or 3779624. 4tpd 5/17-6/7' FOR SELL OR TRADE 1954 CHEVY PICK-UP County
details. "3671.5/10 tfnchg Alligator Greek.One acre plus.6950. home In Keystone-Melrose area. Call", ELDERLY CAREt Ar.you looking for a liv Like new must see to appreciate. Call SERVICES"""
,BLUEBERRIES \M-pick, 70 cents a pound; Will consider second mortgage.' Call 75.1930ltchg 6/7 ing. private home for a love one? W. 96-2308.ufn 5/31 PERSONAL
':, We pick $J pound. W.H. Duke, Gran- after 6 p.m. 1-466-3967.3tchg" 5/24.6/7 DOUBLE DECK PINOCHLI players. No";"' \ provide*of TLC In Dr"* Private Country BUY, SELL OR TRADI 40 hp. Outboard
din, 659-2233 2tpd 5/31-6/7 / Smokers. Fun but serious players. ;' Home. Call u*. "We ,care I I" electric start 19 ft. fiberglass boat. ,DOlMAN WELL AND SEPTIC TANK
;N;:, Some days or nights. 473-7404. Itpd'' Reasonable. .282-0071.. 4tchg Heavy duty trailer. Call "96-28<12. Package deal: ; well drilled, water
1- .1 6/7 5/17-6/7 I-chg: 5/31 pumps, new Installation of septictanks
,, A NOTICE FROM CARDENAS REALTY TO :, DO YOU WANT TO LOSE WEIGHT and LAND FOR SALE 1 acre land at WhisperIng drain fields and lift station
gain energy and financial health. let Mobile home poles available. All work
Pines 10 minute from Raiford
:r OUR FRIENDS AND CLiENTS HAPPY 18th BIRTHDAY an R.N. tell you how. She' doing Itt I $3,500 cash 31-1933.-pd, 5/31 guaranteed call Tommy Dorman
4737442. 2752151. UFN 9/1
5/31-6/7
: 2tpd BLUEBERRIES U-plck 65 cents a lb., We'pick
The expiration! of our .tease In Keystone 'NEAL ROBINSON' ... i PROFESSIONAL LAWN SERVICES Complete 95 cents a lb. Open everyday CUSTOM Spread call MADE'Droprl.496-2219.or., Valance 496-3143 and for

Heights has.prqmptitd! to.reconsider" our lawn, core and maintenance, 8:00.6:00.: miles North of Lake Butler FREE Estimate S and W Enterprises
JUNE 7th '" i'l' ; ,"c', on 238. Call 496.3935.2--chg: 6/7-14/34"
1 priorities andtbas; gW"Oi-.t.h.QPQPCtllrjt.y< Commercial or residential Free ACRES FOR SALE Wife' and UFN 929NETTLES -_ I ,
*stdft'WMcflHVgf ddWf 6J4ebrt1mrtM4Inm ; )WWW>*""'L.sstiatrs'Dfi1xJ"2197 .veMNel 'arl7y.ts .h-S oakrest Good place for lOIne home pine site. 'i TKEC SCRVICI Tree removal and
) on"your ') ".'-3 I 4lpd 601''c' Also/ firewood oak and
Congratulations pruning. pine
the generaPreal est&i business. : Located 1 .1/2 miles off SR 121 South of
for sale. Call Thomas Nettle
NEEDED Carrier for morning paper Lake Butler,,Flo. Ira Oalne Call after 4963823.
, June 8, 1984 Graduation route, Florahom and Keystone area. 6:00 p.m. 4963822. ufn 12/22
: As of June 30th, 1984. we will close our Telephone and dependable transportation TRAILER 72 Sremadler 12 X 65, 2 BDRM I ""

b Keystone office and, will 'continue opera required. Equal Opportunity BH, window air, $5500. ,"oweII'. REPOSESSION

I i lions from our office,Semirole Ridge. We ,: Employer, 964-5165, Florida Times. 4963377. 1-pd
of ,Union. 6/7 FOR SALI BY CLOSED BID) a used 1975
bctivlty the packaging ;
: will jimlt to
: our ( .
Steve Ford Pickup.To be sold Friday May 25
i. large land tracts the handling ,of certain LoSTWrIND Broadway to highest, bidder by Farmer' and

':( commercial and, Industrial properties, and LAND'OPPORTUNITY TREE SERVICE Dealers Bank. In Lake Butler.

r- special requests of, clients for specific FOUND-Set of key found on ground -
: residential properties. We will! continue,to From $300 outside Monitor office. Fits Toyota. On Removal
Florida Form Bureau Pick Trimming .
key ring.
up
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individual basis 10'Percent .
handle an Interest '
r appraisals on at Monitor office. 2tf Stump Removal 1
and the managing of certain rental properties '10 Year Amortisation ---r Lmke Area

1 for our PRESENT principals. We will HIGH, WOODED; NO ,, "t '" FOR RENT ,' ; Firewood "

discontinue the'practice of general listings, SEPTIC TANK MOUNDS Free Estimate Imported Auto Serviee

but will continue to co-broke with all real KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 473-4732 Factory Trained Mechanic All Work Guaranteed
t : brokers 1/3 acre;to,20 acres ,t" ,!I'-, .REALTY.REALTOR After '5 P.M. : .. .2t-Melro. -
l estate .
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KEYSTONE HEIGHTS dRental Property AvailableZONED /, !mergency Service Mobil Phone 475-eeSO

., This slowing down of our activities will SCHOOL AREA- ,ion HWY-21.850 FOR BUSINESS--C.ntral sq,ft., $300 per location mo. Licensed Keystone Heights I Tune-Up to Major, Engine Work ,

'.llqwOI more,time ft 9 iLouc, .;commitments to Call us at 473-7060 or visit the office-model 2BR COTTAGE on LAKE BROOKLYN' .'

civic, religious and personal goals.. at the GOLF COURSE' on 21 at KEYSTONE,. weekly $200 ''plus refundable $SO' i
', HEIGHTS .cleaning deposit. MEN AND WOMEN

Our sincere thanks to everyone for your KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY '1762TRAIN 1
R.ohor,4734"1 ,
support, and, trust: ,during the,past years. Jack Courtnay 5/10 tfnchg NOW FOR $149 Ni'

,GENEVA LAKE ESTATES 3BR. 2Bath,'' CIVIL SERVICE mo., g
CARDENAS ,REALTYCORPORATION & Associates, Inc. like new. Equipped kitchen and laun' EXAMSNo .
Builder dry.. $<0125 without garage. 4752306.47tfnchg High School Necessary
Realtor, Developer,
Atrh.GolfCourset : Positions Start Aa High As 14 x 6 0
z PANELLED OFFICE RECEPTION. ARIA HOUR '
$1O'21
P.O. Box t35"-Key.tone Hgts Fl!
\. Alex 0. Cardenas., Broker; Available June 15. Parking !SR-21 In": e POST OFFICE eCLERICAL ,
"737060A 2 II2 BATH
Heights FL 32656 Keystone ..hop.,3-7707.: tfn e MECHANICS INSPECTORS
Keystone ; a Writ or roll for Information, OFFICE SPACEi Suitable for medical of. KIC PRESENT JOB WHILEPRE..A"INO

Brochure 8 Map iflce' *,Avallqble June 15. Parking SR.21, GOVERNMENT AT HOME EXAMS FOR
W IN: Keyston; shops, 473.7707.5/11,tin Uncle I Roy's
( Write 4 Include Phone No. To
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( PERSONAL.SER''CES'' f PERSONAL SERVICES -FOR RENT FOR RENTNICE Telegraph

:. i i i1 '' ',_, ,,. r PO.DrawerA 284-5823
"'SEWING MACHINES' REPAIRED, Allmak.s CUSS CUT TO ORDER Doors,windows: '' MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARKS ROOMY" FURNISHED APARTMENT' Stark., Fl,32091

cleaned, oiled and',adusted.| .15. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Mobil. home and space* for rent,. 4 first floor, $150 mth., $75 security
: Jams 964-4079. Order also taken In Lake Recreational vehicles welcome. Phon. deposit. No pets.96<01-8071. I Ifchg 6/07 .
guaranteed.
Work .
$13. .. and "68-2912.9/16.fn .: TWO BEDROOM APARTMENT Furnished .
496-3079
Rd. find ;Butl. ? Keystone I
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Marfc< -Thomas.-\
RHo, Strickland. 16. Storke.corner 12/29 tfn, ., Height, "73.73. 2/26 tfn MOBILE HOMES fOR"IENT, On. mil., : Light Included In rent.$200 month. ,
Hwy. LINK FENCEv'insrailad' .Tree: 'FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS. from Stark city limit. Clean. Hwy.16' $7S security deposit No pets. Thinking aboutDIVORCING
: CHAIN Handy-Man Fence Co.Owner .' 144 1 West Call $t. .....7J 3 W. Call 4681323. 10/07 tfn. 964-8071 Itpd 6/07 Ceramic
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estimates.
ffl 964.8559.3/29': Open Tve-Frl.9 Iii l Si JO: CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On ,t, BR.JVf lATH MOBILE HOMES Unfurnished. -
Reddish,
Tommy' ,I Sat.,t AM l3PMAppt Hwy 16 W. Close ,10'' prison CoIL. ; Inside Starke city limit.,Call Some new options ''Sh'o'-
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Hn *.Net Always Necessary, : '468.1323.)0/07'tfn: '944-4561 after 4 p,m. Itpd 5/31 are available) inCludittyn0lawyer.-
5; CHILD SARI IN A' SAFE,.HAPPY HOMEtf 1/07 tfnt STUDIO APAITMENT! Weekly,, monthly' APARTMENT AVAILABLE IN ':)NI WEEKs ,
Convenient; to those going' *,,fo' ,. -._.., rates. Palm Apartm.nt.;23... N. Temple ;t 400 N.Walnut St. $175 per month.Apply 3MI.S.otSlark.onUS301'
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Gainesville from 'Starke' and ,vlsefc WANT TO DRINK J Ave, 7/28 tfn In person 5/312tpd 6/07, ; FREE CLASSES & SUMMER CLASSES "
vrsd. "68.1<012'0. 9/34 4tpd 6/14 "' !I'' mArs YOUR BUSINESS NICE ROOM with private bath.,944-6035. HOUM FOR RENT 1 BR, llvingroom, din, mntv etc, Con _
siARYSITTINGr: In, 'my'! ho u., call"I '!: ? WANT TO STOFT THAT'S OURS 12/22 tfnRIGHT. .Ing room kitchen, I bath family room Fid.ntlal'Inqufris; for Agas 6 Up WtMAVEFATHER'S
2 I 964.4391.6/7ltchg I" ( Alcoholic.Anonymous ( SUNNY ROOM with bath. Op. w/flreplace, ccreen,porch, 2 carport 94.4850.. Wednesday aftrnoon-1 5 p.m."
STARK LAWN'1EIVlet,.(011.96<01-4$46. ', 964-41M. 964-S434 964-M94 poslte Starke Post Office'Ask for Mr*. '964.5569.6/1 Itpd Call 94-4124 94-t7.7or9 4-0415[
5 reasonable.. Itpd 1 ,* ,', ,49e-226 Lyons. Must ,see to'oppr. ..,Affordable NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS for 4 BR, 2: DIVORCE REFERAL 10-3 Twea Thurj7-9 'DAy: '
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l1: IImlt.d. 'State; license, certified first i LIKE NEW 3 IR. 1 BA CB HOME with 2,6acres. Butter Apt;, 4963141. Equal Oppor- Saturday 9a.m. to I p,m. ,
:iI\i:; old, full time'only'964-5610. 6/7.chg j, ,WANTED On 'Grlffi loop;' Starke* tunity Housing.4/7 tfnchg o 1
t: rtrt 3300-832S/mo.9645445. 5/03 tin, ,LARCH 1 BEDROOMS House partially fur

'- AXLES a TI ESi,Two axle and four tire, ", ROOM FOR RENT BY THB MONTHS Dished; near: shopping center $225
s.t'Avi I FOOD $IU< Need Coupons/no Highest price 'paid. Green's Welding WSwhnmlng'pool. Maid service' : rent and deposit. 96.4-701S. 4/7 ttpdUNFURNISHaO Jane's 6 Grooming ,, -
t?> time to clip.: Will .rod. 100 coupon forrt Shop, 301 South $tlJl"ke., FL. 964-5007, ,linens 1 Included. Restaurant and louno* HOUSE on Kmgsley Lake Dog
S/204 tomp i Send list Item used "on premise. Ulllltle Included ''year.round no pts $300 per month ,
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Sutler. Fl 33054.::6/7 Itpd ,. v."*, Mobil. J Home Sole, Coll! ,964-5606. j, Starke" 964-7600. !/03n. J ", 6/7 Sttchg 6/14 ''I'I 'KMi #I.y' Laks .13 2'13
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also l overnlflhl corer" 948407.i ? / f '.qtilBmentJ'cut: Irt the country, $250T,
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.t *..,,'$ sAW H0Pi,,Complete sharpening highest price paid. Coif, 96+<1208.. 6/7. Atd : fare* living room and dining room, /Ig-i.
r service,, circular!\ lxmd49r'bid.'cheln: ,' llchg < .. ;, cio>psI1recl s'7' ,tcr.en.rfrom/ porch must see to opprulQt :...: ..' OPfH: _AY.8AiunAY''
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, I Mark the day now, Friday, June 1, Unit of the Point Washington Wildlife ices of the commission as well iu urn 'i'U.\ ,i A ''f +
: I the first day that applications for the Management Area which is .a still Tallahassee office.: I 1"I1.\., <
I.. 1984-83 quota hunt permits will be accepted hunt area with a quota of SCO hunters. applications received between j II
'I by the Game and,Fresh Water It will be Included on the regular, June 1 and June 11 will be included in Hallmark can help. .. I
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the random
1 Commission nine-day quota hunt application.The drawing Any quota permits
I If the last year Is any indication, an special hunt offering are two remaining will be issued on the i
. estimated 40,000-; applications will muzzleloading gun hunts, one at the on a first-come first-serve basis as y1'-\ before do.
j stream Into the Tallahassee office of Bear Island Unit of the Big Cypress applications are received from a' .' .;, you say"I ,
t the Commission between June 1 and Wildlife Management Area and one at postal delivery service.
I June 11, the last day to be included in Rotenberger Wildlife ManagementArea Both the application and the In- .'.., "I 'I---_ Your big day is getting: closer You have a lot of ,
the random drawing for permits. and Six special hunts at the, structions will be Included. on a single ... h,.;-' \ things to do. And not much time to do them. :E
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newest wildlife management are this year. d '
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I Why+ the big surge? Eddie White, Rock Springs Run. The new area, The quota permits are still transfer ;-'\'I \ This personalized:wedding album;is a great
quota hunt coordinator for the commission located in northwest Orange County table One change,Is that It is now illegal >.". 0" \ way to keep all the memories of your special'
said last year 45 of the 55 approximately five miles!northeast of to sell offer to sell or buy a t $30.00' ,:
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I special hunts and 19 of the 53 regular Apopka, has a quota of too hunters quota permit or an anUerless deer ,) .
hunts filled during the random draw per hunt. .permit.AnUerless' ", ):'\ + Our classic; guest book. helps 1 youremember
I In". Sportsmen can obtain regular nine-' deer permits will be III This year, commission has ad- day quota hunt applications at county available again this fall for several. -, ,/ 'J .,$12.00 = :
ded nine new hunts to the quota hunt tax collector's offices or subagentsthe wildlife management areas and any .' YOU' .: t
program," White explained.. "Sport- same day J984-B5 hunting license hunter interest should be sure to read I"',,,,,," '< .1"" ;t
smell will have 119 hunts to choose'' and wildlife management area the Instructions on the applicationform. + 1- I
I from and at least 50 percent of those stamps go on sale, June 1. A wildlife ...1l. -11" -' D. -: I
hunts will fill during the random management area stamp must be "We predict that between 65,000 .IT ; 1d" I
I drawing" purchased prior to submitting an ap- and,.70,000 hunters will obtain either*.... y, a 1984 Hallmark CsirJl,Inn, > 'I[ '. : !
The new offering, according to' plication. Special quota hunt applica- nine-day or special ,quota hunt permits : ; I
l White, include the Moores Pasture tions are available from regional of th&jKsar," says White. \ :: J .

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,11'1 I Local Lakes Stocked With Sunshine Bass ,k:#i,r. ";y, 110 W. Call,Street .. Starke E. !&(_: '1 I
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Sunshine bass by the,thousandswere from 13 to 30 inches with the state Lakes stocked include: Newnans"": 984.5164 :
stocked into'northeast record sunshine.weighing 14 poundsand 111,000; Rowell-Sampson 36,000; Santa ,>' \ A rh b ",
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lake during April according to the'Jame If
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Cherry 3,840 Hampton'
\ and Fresh Water Fish Commission Sunshines aggressively feed on ; ;
shad and other species'of minnows. 6,584;; Alto 4,320Palestine 7,776; 'DM' .1
'"Fisheries division personnel 'They don't reproduce, and therefore Watertown 460; Lowery 6,315;
stocked fourteen lakes with over must be restocked on an annual basis. Magnolia 1,025; Hanna Park 6,000; ;
253,000 of the hard-fighting hybrids," Because the fish spends most of its and St. Augustine Sollth'300.. ,'
says Jerry Krummich, fisheries. time in open water, sunshine fishing
biologist for the commission. requires a variety of methods. Troll
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The sunshine bass 1 is a' cross bet locating fish, however, casting with :
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ween a white bass and a striped bass, shad imitation lures or fishing live fr' '- "' ''
and often weighs inexcess of ,ten bait often gets results, according to ,
pounds. Sizes. for' sunshines,, range Krulnmrich.NOW. &
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