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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 14, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
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riE' Starke will go commercial June 29 Jablon told city commissioners- the, "
4 .with its new two-way electric tie-in, night of June 5. Jablon, of'the firm of .:,"
5S r1i Electric,Department Supervisor; Bill Spiegel and McDIarmid of
# 4 f it '4 5 5 Weldon told city commissioners June Washington, D.C. successfully .
St h. t5.: negotiated in a court battle the right
I r'' "I At 12:01: a.m. the load from the for small cities',such as Starke, to buy
city's own generators or from Florida electricity: from FPL.
: r ; Power & JLight will be reduced, and Jablon, representing the Florida
the city will switch to cheaper electricity League of Cities of which Starke Is
from Gainesville: It will mean one member said. negotiations for'a .
S an immediate saving of $12,000 to long-term contract are currently _._
% $14,000 per month, Weldon said. .\lnder. way with FPL which might
: eA "We'll get rid of FPL demand give some relief jn rates. .
5 : ', r charges," Weldon told the council. ,Jablon said he has been successful

,S i : : j The city pays FPL high rates, called negotiating a five month delay in -
demand charges, when it goes underor part of .a two-phase FPL'wholesale
over a certain load it is drawing electricity rate increase which total- .
S from FPL. ed over 40 percent over current rates.
The city was originally scheduled to
: begin using the two-way tie-in June 1. ,Gas Contract..,.
I. : : :: but 'equipment deliveries' delayedcompletion The city: \Is in a position to save hun-
of the $L5 million project. dreds 'of thousands of dollars on

The ?-way electric tie with. FPL favoable contracts which'. have been,
1 means the- city will be able to buy .negotiated, Jablon said. .
Not So Nice.
.. electricity from anybody ,on the .j The city has.also made the decision ;.
Ag Commissioner Doyle Conner ri 'Florida power grid; or from the least: not' to pay more ,for commercial
and Dr. Edward Barnard survey 'expensive source available The natural gas.now for a more favorable
7 Brooklyn Bay for dead and dying 4 city's'contract with Gainesville calls contract when the gas contract with
live irnks. It wasn't a pleasing for'' power to be bought at 3.40 cents' FloridaGas Transmissions runs out
sight. : : per kilowatt,:compared to, 5.7 cents .In December 1985, Jablon pointed out
j per KWH the city la paying FPL, suggesting the city put aside some of
Leaves' Gone... '.H.not for the parallel(2-wayl( ) tie, the savings for future use. .
S the city'could find itself paying more The city uses either natural gas or
No canopy ol oak leaves In photo 3 tSS for 'wholesale FPL power than FPL fuel oil to power its 1,750 KW electric
above the trees are dying. Ag : charges: ; retail, attorney Robert A. generator the largest,in the plant.
Commissioner Doyle Conner second
from left, staads with
foresters In the yard of William B. S ..

Norton on the north" side of 5 Hampton M etmg.CaIm. JIj

Brooklyn Bay In Keystone Heights .
The group (I-rn) local.. residentArnold (

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;:S background are Clay Forester Bill 12, 'and. adjourned, in tlvs words of Approval of all bills 'presented I
;" '. Rutherford and Dlstrlst ForesterDon Mayor Gordon Wddsworth, without without question, ,with Wad worth requesting
West. having: an argument for one time" only\ that all persons purchasing -
Dr; Barnard the expert has a "'
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"gut feeIIng"the problem Is environmental With only a single member of the copy of the city sales lax.number'so
: and affects a certain public present the council heard only that bills will not.include-an amount
=, variety of oak trees; but Is going to good news and routine.reports for,the tax.
check out diseases too.
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[. State .Agriculture Forces Probing Dying Live Oak Trees at Keystone H[eights //1

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It's unusual. It's a mystery', i section of Keystone Heights' to see concentrated mainly in the lake area no pattern, but the dead, and dying months is quick for a tree to die. Live Agriculture Department' : to report: abnormal -
'dead and dying live oak trees. Conner around Keystone Heights. A few calls live oaks dot the KH landscape. oak trees under stress might take. along ; trees
Nobody knows what is causing live was met 'at the airport by Dr. Bar- ''were received Tuesday,June 1Z', from' .. while to die, he pointed out. "We're not like some people. We
oak trees to die in the Keystone nard; his assistant. S.P. Gilly; Clay the Melrose area and one from. Turkey oaks, water oaks, an.d laurel If a tree was hurt by.the B- egree 'don't mind hundreds of calls from
Heights section of Clay County but County Forester Bill Rutherford, and Hawthorne, Dr. Barnard said. oaks don't seem to be affected. It a Christmas Eve freeze, it could'just residents. Some of them. pay'' off,"
Dr. Edward the local problem just with live oaks thoughtto
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expert District Forester Don West. now be showing up.. Conner said.Forestry ;
forest pathologist in forest manage- Trees Stressed... b*the .most hardy, of Florida trees. New green shoots are not,a good officials first became
ment for the state Division .of The group accompanied by r
"My gut reaction is that it's en-; sign,unfortunately.Barnard said, but, ';a Ware of the live oak deaths about two
Forestry, intends to find out what is reporters from three newspapers, .. '
vironmental" Dr. Barnard told>Ag. Examination 'are a sign of a badly Stressed tree. months ago, but it-wasn't until about
going on. He's going to take a tree looked at a clump of four dying live Set...
down, roots and all, and examine it oak trees.at the William B. Norton Commissioner Conner at the airport. 'Tile'problem'Is to dismantle a few. The foresters consider the problem (Iwo weeks ago that phone calls Intern.
has stressed those, sified. Clay County Forester' Bill
residence Road "Something unusual. It is not the economic
from top to bottom. on Brooklyn Bay ,
trees including digging up the roots,
stress Rutherford said
trees, Barnard said. The : He then contacted
then examined tree disease,
a grove of some 50 for examination in the A disaster that a pine !
Before laboratory work 1st could have come from the eight- laboratory. Barnard.and Conner,
I com dead live oak trees at the Intersectionof would cause. __
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pleted,Dr. Barnard feels the problemis Payne Road and Brooklyn Bay degree Christmas Eve, freeze, the carried process "If this: had been commercial trees

a genetic response or a varietal Road in northeast Keystone Heights. April 3 storm and high winds,. or the". nematodes out.'on Everything the tree roots, including, will be Live Oaks Valuable... like. pines,, the timber companies
response by the live oaks to environmental between the homes of Tommy rise in the water table. ". considered. The oaks are valuable to a would have told us," Conner !said But

conditions. But Dr. Bar- Tomlinson and A.E. Hatfield. Barnard and a Division of Forestrycrew Some infestatlous, organism couldbe homeowner, esthestically, foe shade, in the case of live oaks!, "I don't know
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nard isn't going by his "gut feeling were to dismantle a few trees, the cause, and stopping its spread and for property value.. how long it would have"... been before, we
he's going to dismantel several trees Dead and dying live oaks dot the became aware of it.
roots and all, and examine them In shoreline of Brooklyn Bay, and some work Wednesday at the and,, Ag perform De it.laboratory lab in could blem. present. the most serious pro- "For North Florida residents, Conner recalled cases> of palm andcltrus'
the Division's Gainesville can be noted the ; there's', no tree more valuable
shoreline
laboratory. on of Lake : tree' .infestations. The Ag
.Gainesville. Results won t be, }known Oak wilt is one disease of live oaks, especially to homeowners. This Is a,
Results are not expected before the Broolyn. wants to' be : of
Department ware.
middle of next week. ; until the middle of next week. > {1.. but has never been found in Florida. tree that survives' lightning strikes, situations'such as this Conner stress

Agriculture Commissioner ''Doyle Local Problem... Puzzling to the forest experts Is that'' preventing Oak wilt colonizes water the from'cells flowing of a tree upward -, disturbs bugsi; everything.us, Conner Of said.course' 'this' ,ed. It's part of the job, j just as it is part I

Conner flew Into the Keystone The foresters flew over the KH area one tree is dying among a group of/ and thus the tree dies. Conner thanked the news media for'spreading' 'of the department a Job to handle an
Heights Airport early Monday morn- and northeastward toward Lake healthy trees. Or a group of trees 1 Up'"> .: ', the. 'news; The' commls. aalmalrtiseaseepedimlc; ': I
ing, June 11, and was taken on a tour Asbury later Monday'to survey the dead,' white healthy live oaks grow!* Why are the trees just now dying! ''Trces..p..u
of the Brooklyn Bay area in ,the NE extent .of the problem, and found it just a short distance away, There is,,, Dr. Barnard pointed put a, matter pf; sloner"lnvites.esldenlS to phon.tbe 'C(See : >


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An appreciation week project was ject. C'ooney; has been talking to cent lower than the .area average ,\ $1.i .
approved June 7 bythe board of various organizations and citizens Denmark reported.In ( -
governors of the Starke-Bradford about the project.Membership .

Chamber of Commerce. other June 5 action, the Chamber t '
Idea is for Chamber'.members to and Dues... governors: < ,h.t _
contribute money or material goods Membership Chairman Steve Den- ( \
to the Chamber for distribution to mark announced plans for 'a new Was told the sign committee;headed : w.,. 4u'
needy families,: said Dr. BUI Mar- membership drive and changes, in by Doyle Thomas,. is workln.-ori'' !i- '

chese,chairman of the Humanitarian'Committee. lees for the coming year. getting space for small wooden sTgna ....;, ., .
For instance. Marches1said all four of Starke "
,at !boundaries on' 1 1l
he could donate some' ,,xlentaj J Tine membershfe; including mailed US-301 and SR-100.: A.committmenthas : i l / ;

work. members'the .I', .(informational packets, phone solicitations already been, made for.a sigmlocation .. ,'..,' ;',.Ii
With almost 200 Chamber and personal visits will begin at the t sweat;end of. SR-lwty ,
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community:t\ outreach 'could-,' 'be .toward the end of June Denmark Thomas said. ) \' 'J .
substantial said Marchese. said. \ :',\(,'1:". Q"'J, '.
"I think it's a super project said Changes in the fee structure approved 'Discussed group, insurance -for: 1I .. i'-, .
Board Member Eddie Douglas, who ; ____ '0' )* ;
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by the board governors Chamber members. When ,interest:, <.....h,
suggested the event be tied to a are was expressed by Gerry Ely and ; t of !.'" 5'" \ : lf( i.
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special year; -Grouping realtors in with the professional die Douglas President Tomlinsonsaid 5- '" ,' t'((0'1',
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; The Chamber' governors endorsed group. Firm membershipswill he would pursue the idea further., ,. ,. '.It" .,..\ \.. }:;.,, \" :'i1. .' '. .,
I I r the concept of the project. Marcbe>. be $100,;individual; memberships. by I looking! Into the cost factor; : ''!Wi ,,' ','.') ''/1 ';.'. "'!"'V.V\l;\ ':; ;
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I L Chamber Presidentj.E.Tomiiitsotto' I '-Establish' church, 'and'< club -";:'':!'\;
j t determine a suitable S date for the bra memberships at $25 the same as individuals. -> Was told by Tomlinson I ttiJt .'$;v { kif J.

I t J meeting date will be rescheduled to kt .
! Proration of dues on a quarterly accomodat, "'a combined dinned .' .
I Beolificatl4in project..* ,basis. meeting later in the month with beat Improvement' Award: Y/f'W 'fJ \ ('((;..> ?Wt --.,.-5 ,' f:

if A project to. plant shrubs and, -The new fee structure will be effec* 'government groups. .A discussion ,Jm..iIl.Uy".1I6ttlrlu.. Hf**k.pair receive Mtw .. jJjf:: : a J t ''i&w-orrMi; 'Vret; : ti -i
r: \ n flower' In the median strips: along five Immediately for new. member, ubout producing a promotion pro;*, lint Buittuem lmproviii -nl Award for the remodeliuit '"' ) r' !'t
;, X 1>S-: >I in the* I la brine pushed by'Mnbtt ,;: and;the beginning of the new, year, gram for the county will prabaMy btII'brooMht of lhriraulkarrcall S&ft't't xhup.Pre"y pg tke award Itt HUNan :;!''''' .ri!;T ;" JVj
I \" Manager Mike Cooney; Feb. I, for present! members vyjjfr: ;n <' up at the Joint group Mxwl...i. ,.{ ,. \.' -,;' )>.' .. ,>,(I, _we. ..NThe
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PrepaHng for the' .future'1','' the It' appears that several hydrants
Mrooker City Council gassed 'an ordinance have been damaged over the years
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to'control! subdivisions in the and the temporary repairs have caus-
ed circulation in the system to suffer.
city.Final adoption of the measure is "Why can't we have fire hydrants
scheduled for June following the instead of the stand-up pipes' So-
next reading of the proposal. meone's gong( to'tear them all out
"This sets A standard for anyone before too long," said CouncilwomanSue .
wanting to come in and subdivide," Davis.
City Attorney Roger Blinn said Tues- The other'members' explained that
day night June 12. "It :also can be the old style fire-plugs cost approximately ,
made flexible ,''Jilinn indicated. to $1,000 each and had been wt lCarJSt w ,.
meet future situations; deleted due to the cost. Starke Elementary i's 35... -
"Mr. Gaines came out and looked it Adding to the water system's woes, Brenda wmamit
over'saidClerk' Linda Robinson, Joe Tolleson informed the other These third through firth graders at Starke Elementary made ttriaght A's Second' row: Glen Birch, Deana Holiday, Niklta Reed,'Jill Williams. Kim
"He said he thought it was a good ordinance members the auxiliary water pump is for the fifth six weeks. They are from left to right, front row: Angel Nichols Wall Kri. Brown Beau Ely, Nalashla Cohens, Tracy Rhoden. Calvin
and should take care of the ci- not operating. Tracy Devoe Shae Blom, Andy Smith, Addle Kuhn Angela Barber Robin Walker Bernard Johnson Amy King Allison Langer. Tara Dixon Justin 'I
ty's needs." "It wouldn't crank to save my life," Register Jimmy Perado. Jim Barber, Steven Murphy, Andrea Hewitt and Brown, Vinnie Itl.ve and April Taylor
Other zoning matters, were two said Tolleson.
changes to the Brooker Land Use _
Plan. Lots belonging to Malcolm i ,1
Lewis and Willa McDavid were Garbage Collector's Fate...
changed from single family residerv; "We've been going in the hole for
tial classification to mobile home.zoning years on the sanitation department,"
said Mayor Blake Hamilton. c
Responding to complaints from
some city residents the council
Fire Dept. News... reiterated its stand on having people

Former Brooker Volunteer put garbageout,, by the streets. Coun-
Fireman George Pierce explained to cil members agreed the letter outlin- I'p \
the Council that the pager for the ing city policy needs to be followed to
Brooker Fire Department housed at so the garbage collector can do his job
the Bradford County Jail is not in the most efficiently ,
operating order. ''A few of these ladies that ain't
"I'm Just relaying information. able, I don't mind going and getting it.
Take it for what its .worth" said They're real nice about it usually," ,
Pierce. said Doc Drawdy. the garbage contractor p
With Brooker being In the extreme I i
southwest fringe of Bradford County, Brooker has collection service bas-
the telephone exchange overlaps with ed on a curbside pick-up.
Alachua County. When the 911
emergency number is called, it Is con- \
nected to... the Alachua County ,Mower Purchased.... Starke Elementary A's K-2... J
Emergency Operations Center. The council purchased a new Yazoo Norman Zack 'Smith. Jeff Chilly and Julie Walker. ,
There, the situation is determinedand lawnmower! for $750, which was The above students made straight A's at Starke Elementary for the fifth Second Row; Toni) Desiie, Enroll Hampton, Alicia Lincoln,,Jason Howie,, '
the appropriate agency is dispat- described as a good deal by Coun- six weeks.They are from left to right, front row: Aleda Kuhn, Beth ModesiU, Jonathan Smith, Serenity Waits Tamara Ellcrson. Casandra Jarvis Wendy
ched. cilman Gene Melvin. The mower has Jeffery Evans Tint Barber, Donald (Hardy, Brian Johnson, Candi Norman, Thornton. Kelly Thornton. Estella Denton, Linda Dixon Christie Jones Erin
In the case of a Bradford County an industrial engine with a three year Stephanie Sellers, Dana Newsome, Robbie Bassett. Tlmmy Williams Chad Staucil., Tama Maddox, and Sarah Grove i ia
call, the county jail in ,Starke is guarantee and a two year guaranteeon .f
notified. The jailer on duty, who the frame. r .
doubles as a dispatcher for emergency { '
services, takes the appropriate actions Street Signs Needed...

him. to handle the call as relayed to Clerk Street Linda signs Robinson cropped up reporting again, with the Two Bloocbnobiles Will Be In Area' Today; ; .4P', .. i

Several years ago, one of the {Ii.,;.'
county sign shop has not been able to '
Brooker Fire Department's pagers fill the city's order. She indicatedthe Blood donor alert "!* have been used in this area. Approximately 30 minutes from the How Much is' Taken :
was placed at the county jail and set county 'had suggested the city Two bloodmobiles from the Civitan time you walk in the door until you One 'pint. Your blood volume is "
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a frequency the Alachua EOC. This may want to check with a private con- Regional Blood Center in'Gainesville Why Donate.. .. leave. The actual donation takes usually restored within 24 hours. 1 ,
by tractor to snake the needed street .stop in five different locations in this People who donate blood are the only about five minutes; the rest of the ,
was took supposed to to cut down on Informa-the timeit signs. Supposedly, the sign shop was area today pass emergency overloaded at this time and could not One unit will be at the Departmentof .check-up, checking; in and resting.
tion. The pager at the jail has been Inoperative make them any time soon. General Services ( formerly hospitals.Only five every 100 people donatE! You can give. blood safely, every'. ;:!
for about a year. eight weeks. ? ,
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Shady Oaks Paving... south of Starke from 8:30 a.m, to 10:90: North Central Florida require bl]god I II Does It Hurt? 'Where Does It'Go? ;

passed Emergency over the messages Medcom are radio now The paving of the streets in the a.m., then at the Chamber of Com transfusions each year: A little when the needle is inserted Blood donated ,Is tested and '.
in Starke from 12:30 to 6
Shady Oaks,Subdivision was broughtup merce p.m. into but after that. ,at the Civitan Regional 'z
system or by phone to Starke. This your arm, none- separated
Another will be at Bradford Square
method insures that the needed Infor- again. A committee of C.J Who Can' Donate... There is. not sensation while giving Blood i Center in Gainesville into as : I
mation actually gets to the dispat- Stalnaker, Claude Prescott Joe Shopping Bradford Center courthouse 9-10:30 11 a.mthe a.m.-1:30: Most healty people over 17 years ol f f blood. The only time a person might many as Jive,, components used to

chers, who may be away from the Tolleson, and Blake Hamilton was appointed and the Post Exchange at Camp age. feel a little faint is when they haven't ?"f.rlt.\ t.\>>P..JjO ',five differenLwith\ > tifferent | ,
to cost estimates and 'p.m. donated'at
communications console attending to pursue .. eaten all day or slept well and their needs. All I blood ;
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specifications for the project. The.,. Blanding from 3-7 p.m. ;' ..,IIow Long Does It Take... bodies are ready to jive blood. Civitan Is used for hospital : I
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i their attention, the council members for June 18 at 8 p.m. 3.:' .' ,...
agreed to have the pager fixed.A ft ., w'_. .i., -
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Department is scheduled July 28. It City Roger announced :. i
will be a beef supper held at the to the Council he will run for the office : fl'I. 'J J
Farmers Market complete with door of Union. County Judge in the next [ FLO .
prizes and a drawing for half of a election. .'f.. '
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beef Tickets may be purchasedfrom This was to give the council notice' ': :\ ..1

the members of the department. in case he was elected. -" ACC411NT ''' ,. ; '1 ,,.
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Water System... cilmembers Sue Davis, C.J. :. ARD: :

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council agreed to have PCI of Hamilton, clerk, Linda Robinson, and 'J''::

Gainesville to make needed repairs. City Attorney i Roger Blinn. A ,'J'<'; *,.,. "I1'.

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i 215'seniors marched by the podium the general vicinity of the (podium.

eeriemoni held 8, School board member Jim Lawson
In a Packed: Bradford couldn't restrain himself as daughter
High School stadium! Elizabeth: passed \by the podium.
,The graduates were greeted at the Lawson jumped up ana gave
podium as they received diplomas Elizabeth a big hug as she receivedher v 'a
presented bv Bradford School diploma.School 7 5
Superintendent Tom Casey who gave Superintendent Tom Casey
each student the customary. taw. ; shook \the hand of each senior, placed kSn7
turn and handshake. each scarlet and gray tassel on the t

After the graUi.nic: processional cap from left to right, and presented r t I t
lines were seated John Lee Tlnsler, a each with a diploma;to formally com- l lI lr lt
member of the Class of 1984, gave the mence the evening's ceremonies. v
opening prayer. Senior Class Presi- The processiqnal and recessionalwere
dent Steve Marshall then sang \the na played by the award. winning; I I
tional anthem and welcomed the BHS Marching Band.
graduates and guests. Closing prayer was given by senior
Principal Jim Duncan IntrodiH-M: class vice-president Mary Delores
ValidjcfOrian> Michelle! Lynne Campbell.
Kimutis, who gave the Ushers and the i'
welcoming Usherettes for T .YV'. ; ,
speech. : graduation ceremonies were junior 11 4' t 'Ii r "Iq
Miss Kimutis quoted Shakespear's class members Valarie Jenkins, ,
Hamlet, then gave the class some advice Philip Crews Karen Kimutis, 1 a
of her own: "So \if it's what you Richard Murray Valarie Randolph, tillt ,( i"s
want to doyou do it. You're going to Jimmy Muse, Kim' Nor- I '
be living your life and not someone man, Rhonda. Sapp, Gordon Smith
else's. Sue Smith, John' ,.Stafford, Lisa l
The farewell'address was delivered Spivey, Lee White, Lenore. Welly, and '
by Salutatorian Catherine Roach Raymond White,
who compared the grad's path ahead i i
to taking a swim in unknown waters.! Senior class officers who have servo ,
"We've been cast'on the water* n( ed this year include: President Steve
life to sink or swim. It's my sincere Marshall, Vice-President Mary y.
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prayer that all of us swim. A few of us. Delores Campbell, Secretary Santiris
may even learn to do the fancy stuff Renee Wimberly, Treasurer lana
like diving But It doesn't matter Adrienne Pollard Senator Lucretia

whether we .swim, dive or SCUBA. Michelle Bright, senator Gwendolyn Packed House. .
We're here, at the end of \the beginn- Mashell Brown, Senator Michelle. ; I ,
ing, ready for life and everything in it. Lynne Kimutis. Anyone LlHtenlng i I e t ., ",
Let's all say a small prayer of thanks The 1984 graduating class chose as The cowls, above, are thrt)II .1 I "'. ;" ,ie, "I, I
and then celebratel'! its motto "Make the most of life, Fwlmsla Cooper, Lori Clark.' j .' t ; ,
Graduation was a real} bang in more before most of life 1 is gone.' Monique ("handler, Melody .' h
ways than one this year as several exuberant Flower of \the Class of 1984 is the red C >lon, ScllnU C'UHttrlx. Kelll s '
students continually tossed rose. Class song is; "Is This The Carver, Nadine Canfux, Mary a. w r 4..
strings of firecrackers at fellow End." Class colors are scarlet and Campbell, Maxhell Brown '
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", ,utm'PII i and, even several toward gray Audry 111'0""", und Michelle' M 'w ,
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Alligator Population Up A J < r, 9
Kottcrtx.> at right, hr.
given a final l lug to her AH 1
'The return of the alligator to present marsh areas: to nest. the. Keillor coed. march chap ft '',t ct, 'i :8 ,
day population levels is one of the "During the mating season,,; adult the graduation ceremony' j
most successful wildlife management males' have a tendency tomove over
stories in Florida's history. large areas in search of a mate," said Welcome i,.
The alligator has been a part of this McKelvy: "This is usually when the '' + '
million alligators are, encountered hum Find what, you want lo do,
state for 140 years; yet In the by ;
mid 1960's the population was In nas" and do it, ix I the advice of ; : 1 ,
serious trouble due to vanishing People finding alligators In unusual valedictorian MichelleKiimitix 'k t
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habitat; poaching and the illegal sale places such as a or garage, right who n4' ,
of alligator hides should never take matters! into their gave: the welcominTassel addrtss 4 y1 i' ,1'

"Due to proper'management and own hands Alligators can be Tossing '
protection, today's alligator popula4 dangerous.The ,." b
,tion is near the one million mark,"' commission' has trained and Harry Carlton. far right, \ P
said Chuck McKelvy, wildlife licensed alligator control agents to get his tassel Dipped from. 'ter ;
biologist for the Game and FreshWater remove nuisance' alligators, Individuals right to left by Supt. Tom
Fish Commission experiencing problems with
March to June is generally the alligators should contact the commis-;
mating'season for mature alligators. sion's Lake City office at ,!

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Feral hogs were first released into Luke Butler :'Wildlife Mangemenl .\. ..vtiitt ; > I I I "
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many parts of the state. area thas been closed to hog hun- (. .. r :" :
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Hampton in it's effort to.. establish independent -A report by'the' -Fire bepartment 'i:: ; ., I'f", ).: I II
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that \the Woman's Club held .65'0'
zoning.A Hampton d 1. 0' ,
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'operation.firefighters, donating $225 to the' ;V"f.-. ,. 6.M', P lh'' _, a 'n,,

report that the Water Department '
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had no,, problems In the past .The presentation of a reponse let I '< .. : .,
month, ter to the Auditor General of Florida''' ;;:.1\ e at? I' t I I '"...'WI'.. ,
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The news that the cost of repairing city finances. City Attorney James R. ., ', ", ". \ :' '' "I' 1 0' a<, "
streets damaged by Jeff Nugent dur- Reggie) Flynn stressed that the let- .t,, .4) 'I. '.. \ r, I I' 1'1 41'1'I 11'00" r .
,: ing removal of trees, (under a'city ter noted Hampton was addressing all '. :'. ; : N",,\ .' .,')... .,"y 1 !I!,. .' I" .' /
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related, infected trees may have to be, Barnard aid that could' '. ;,;", i .,: '' ;."::""fe _' ;J!"' rfectle'ndukPYietd ', ,
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Since Bradford County was divided in
1921 to form Union County from the territory -
lying west of New River, newcomersto
this area are apt to be unaware that .
Lake Butler, Raiford Providence, Worthington "
r Springs, and other towns were
once part of Bradford. r

The division of the county in 1921 followed f
many long years of rivalry between i
Starke and take Butler, starting back in rr
1873, over which town should be the county
seat of Bradford. Several elections were s
held during the last quarter of the 19th century .y r

to determine the county seat. The b I
county offices were moved back and forth k' 1
several timeS before the last election was / 1I I

Flint group of AmliTw Scholarship winners from kit)s Darrrll Wagner, DanielMartin. held in 1898: Starke won this election, and
Alan McKinney Theresa tucks Michelle Kim nlis, Robert (Carver Lora the red brick courthouse on Call Street was ,,
McKinney mid Marshall t Brown Not 1,1&.tUl'rclnch'C'w: Chaff and Thomas Johnson.! built. According to Florida law, another
county site election could not be held for 20 I,
ye >rs after a new courthouse was built, so ,
Bradford Graduates Aided EndowmentTen In 1921 the Lake Butler leadership prevailed i iI
by upon the legislature to divide Bradfordand i1t I
form a new county to settle the long :! -
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graduates of Bradford High School, who Enrollment of Bradford students at SFCC dispute.
might otherwise not have the opportunity to has increased substantially in recent years, Since what is now Union County was for
further their higher education, will attend San- and the establishment of the new scholarshipfund so long a part of Bradford, the two counties
ta Fe Community College this fall as the first will mean another boost in the number of have much history in common. I I
recipients of scholarships awarded under the BUS graduates\ benefitting from higher educa- Aftery'loridawaspurchased, from Spainin Old Union County Jail, Still Standing Today, :

endowment new Guy and fund.Elizabeth: Andrews Scholarship tion.Mr.. Andrews, a native of Bradford County, 1819, Andrew Jackson of Florida was appointed with head-the where Capt. Butler lost his life. An inn was In 1889, the GS & P railroad was laid J

and firm believer in the benefits of educationfor provincial governor established for the convenience of through Lake Butler and growth of the ,
and
Mr. and Mrs. Andrews recently established a all, is also helping to make possible the quarters Florida at Pensacola formed, in the 1822.Territory.of After travellers in a house on the south side of town was greatly stimulated. In 1900-01) the ''t;

major perpetual endowment scholarship fundin establishment of a Santa Fe Community Col- Florida was admitted to statehood settlers the lake. The inn is said to have been Atlantic Coast Line railroad was built, ''
cooperation with Santa Fe Community Col- lege Endowment Corporation Center in the 1902 Was here in search of new operated by a man named Roberts, and crossing the GS & F at Lake Butler and a I
lege Endowment Corporation to assist Bradford County courthouse in Starke. With land for began moving operations. But the may have been the nucleus of the settle- large depot was built at the crossroads !
qualified students who desire to attend SFCC the anticipated backing of individuals and Seminole their Indians farming, who still populated this ment that came to be known by. the' same about 1913. '
for a maximum of two years. The initial organizations in the community, it is hoped to to harrass the settlers, name as the lake. by cotton plantations in the t't'Surrounded
scholarship awards $600 to each student for the have this center, providing full-service, two- areal'continued and platted in .,
burning and pillaging their farms. The town was surveyed days before the boll weevil, Lake Butler.
1984-85 academic year with a,,potential renewal college courses, ready to receive studentsby .
year 1859. three prior to outbreak of theCivii cotton did
years thrived. The L.A. puncan gin a
second for students maintaining of tribes led by chief
the One the Seminole a
during year the fall of 1985. War, and became the county seat of tremendous business, and one sale of Sea''
a satisfactory grade level.It named Bendoris, pitched his on the
With the double benefits of a perpetual camp in New River County, which had just been Island 'cotton brought a quarter 'million ':,
west side of Silver Run, near a spring
scholarship fund available for ambitious known created in December' of 1858 from the dollars to farmers of that area; 253,000 1
the Union County area as
is anticipated that the $100,000 scholarship students here, and a local SFCC center placing Odom's present Spring, located near the Southern western portion of Columbia County which pounds of cotton at $1 a pound. ::1
endowment set up by Mr. and Mrs. Andrewswill college courses within the reach of all, withoutthe Railway, a short distance south of present embraced a huge area at that time.
through Investment, provide sufficient Inconvenience of having to commute to an Lake Butler. New River County had a brief, three- Capt. York, a civil war fighter, was first '1
funds to insure that any qualified student from out-of-town campus, Bradford County shouldbe year history, and is sometimes called clerk of the Circuit Court when Lake
Bradford County will be able to receive addi- in an enviable position to bring the benefitsof When General Jackson heard of this Florida's "lost 'county". It disappearedfrom Butler was county seat. He was also a part-
tional education and training opportunities at advanced education to its young people, as raid, he sent a detachment of soldiers the map when it was partitioned in ner in the firm of York and Rhodes, an early .*
Santa Fe Community College, regardless of well as adults who never before had this opportunity under Capt. Butler to overtake and punish 1861, the first year of the Civil War, to form general merchandise store. It was a "
:- their ability to pay. Bendoris and his tribe. Butler marched in- Bradford and Baker Counties. Lake Butler typical country store of that period, 'and "
i to Florida by way of Lake City and encountered thus automatically became the county seat the proprietors kept a barrel of hard liquorIn
l the Indians on the north side of of Bradford County, and remained so until a side room, selling it to customers who'
Democrats Must DentReagan's the lake that now bears his name. There, Starke challenged it in the first seat came bringing their own jugs. One of their
county
Ii followed a fierce battle in which both Capt. election of 1875. helpers in the store was R.H. Barnett,who
Butler and Chief Bendoris were killed. was very fond of his employers. But after'' \
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After the trials and tribulations of Civil he was licensed by the Methodist Conference -
'Teflon Shield'The The Indians fl sd to the south leaving the
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of the War days and the Reconstruction Era in 1868 to "exhort" he felt he couldno h
white settlers in possession area.
: were finally over, the North Central area longer stay in their employ. He con f
At that time a trail connected Providence of Florida began receiving an Influx of for them, however, and In :
Democratic presidential Schlesinger also marvels at the one of the oldest settlements in newcomers from the North, who built his memoirs, noted that Col. Rhodes later;
I primaries have finally ended, but on ant public's seeming indifference to Mr. Florida, with St. Augustine. In those daysof homes and invested large sums to orange became a Methodist minister, and Capt.

inconclusive note. Many loose ends remain Reagan's many misstatements of facts slow travel by horse and ox teams, Pro- groves, which they expected to make them York, a deacon in the Baptist church.

to be untangled before the partycan and endless flow of fable and fantasy.As vidence was, a day's journey from the lake' rich. .

I achieve the unity of purpose that recorded in the Washington Post, t ,"I 4
will be needed Ronald I ) "1 I II"
to oust Reagan the President gave two visiting foreign

i from the oval office. The Democrats officials the distinct impression that, "

must bury the in-house hatchets and as a Signal Corps photographer, he had I" i>jrf4 ''n 'i'* iqIlA'.2

come up with clearly defined direc- personally filmed "some ,iNazi concent' r Santa Fe River I iye jfJF'WP.s'ijgyi:

tions and goals if they expect to attract" tration'camps"Actually, 'M!": Reagan"never .., .. ., .
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the positive voters, rather than just left the U.S. during World WarII. ; 1
those who are merely antiReagan.'While Additional protection for the studies had not been'made; of however there willautomatically basin from upgrading the ,
Santa Fe River from pollution fishing and other recreational besome i waters of the Santa Fe River
potential Democratic can- and' overdevelopment was activities of this tributary. It upgrading' DECK requirements -
didates have been scrapping among Schlesinger calls" Mr. Reagan a assured Wednesday, June 13: was indicated, however, thatinclusion regarding New The Santa Fe River basin Is I

themselves (a not unusual circumstances "master illusionist, projecting an image when the Florida En- River, it Was said. Three a part of the Suwannee River "
of "standing tall'' and rushing to vironmental Regulation Commission prisons, FSH, UCI and Lake watershed in North Central
; ) the Republican banner- the defense of the republic. "If asked to voted unanimously to i Butler KMC, now empty Florida, and the Santa Fe
bearer has been riding above the the president with classify it as an Outstanding treated iewaelluent/ into River is the largest tributary :t
storm, with all the publicity and compare say, Florida Water at a public 'New Kiver. to the Suwannee, itself an
George McGovern, many Americans held in Gainesville.The ,
hearing Outstanding Florid Water. '
benefits of incumbent .
an president /
would choose Reagan as the OFW,designation also No one attending Wednesday' The Santa Ke already has excellent '
smiling and waving fon ,the TV quintessential American patriot," says applies .to ,Santa Fe Swamp hearing spoke in opposi
cameras through China,: Alaska, the historian. "Yet when the chips and Big and Little Santa Fe tion to the OFW 'designation, : 'water quality due to
while representatives of five the groundwater contribution: '
Ireland Lakes effective
and other countries with immediately AI \
were down, when the nation was in its The vote on an amendmentto or'six environmental groups, from springs and minimal
pleasing scenic backdrops. In additionto greatest danger, Mr. Reagan bravely include New River in the the' Santa Fe Lake Dwellers development along its banks.
the President's showmanship, the fought World War lion the film lots of OFW classification resulted in of New River in the Association and two VEIL The OFW designation will prohibit -

Democratic nominee, whoever he is, while McGovern ''was a 3-3: tie vote, after it was OFW system would be recon- staff members described the my lowering or significant' -. I a
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will have to overcome the frustrationof Hollywood, argued by ''some members of sidered at a later date.:'Since it: 'benefits that would be derivedby degradation'of 'Us 'ex 1J
i dealing with Mr. Reagan's so-called bomber pilot, flew 38 missions, twice the Commission that sufficient is a tributary to the Santa "'e. the entire] Suwannee River fisting ambient water quality., i y;
brought in planes damagedby
Teflon shield which makes him severely IT?'
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capable of shedding responsiblity for ','''. 4\ .'
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any mistakes, goof-ups, boo-boos, or '"' ; '\ ,
other errors which would hound "Mr. Reagan has made himself exceptional / I '

American County Agent's Notebook = by .a1t'
another President out of the White among presidentsin ., Bobby Taylor
House. the public'zeal with which he 'advocates I;

and exploits religion. Yet he .;!,
As close observers have remarked, hardly ever attends church himself. nic gardening differs from conventional Ono of the biggebt advantages of usin \
; Mr. Reagan is obviously no student of The proclaimed of family vegetable gardening in several fundamental Organic Fertilizers organic fertilizers is that they usually core 1
5 public affairs. He does not work as champion aspects, and one of the most lam high levels of many minor elements int;
5 hard as most of his predecessors and values he is the only divorced man significant differences is in the area of fer Organic fertilizers can come from plants addition to the, !three major nutrients:: WS
I ever elected, president. A proclaimed tilization.! This week of our four-part series and animals, or from .natural deposits of nitrogen,phosphorus and potassium: ,Foi"' I
i is far less in control of basic information champion of law and order, he has run on organic gardening, I'll discuss organic rocks and minerals. Rocks, .. and|, and instance, gypsum Is rich'in calcium .apdj':!
and data. But while his refusual to an administration that has been marked fertilizers and talk about how they com shells are usually not very easy to obtain sulphur. Marl andimetone/ are 'good.1sourcetl
I fuss with the deatils of government debasement pare with conventional garden fertilizers.The But, where they are available, they make of calcium. Dolomite'contains':!
may sometimes handicap his administration at home by: a remarkable creation and use of chemical fertilizers good sources of potash, phosphorus, 'large amounts of calcium and magnesium '

:. it affords him the time to of public ethics, and abroad by a Is a' fairly recent historical:: calcium and magnesium for organic And, basic slag is, rich in iron, calcium; :
shocking determination to make the development. For centuries, before the invention gardens.! manganese, and) magnesium. JJ
indulge in extra-curricular activities of chemical nutrient compounds,
!!"'! U.S.'a law unto itself in the world. Phosphorus is naturally available in Organic materials derived from animal t.;
that will prove to be a political asset at gardeners relied on natural, organic fer
This appearance of optimism in the tilizers. These days, some 'gardeners tire rock phosphate. Before it can be used, rock and plants: also can be gocxl,sources of'-i
l the polls. face of adversity and unusual amountof rejecting chemical applications and turning phosphate must be finely ground and the plant nutrients.: Fish scraps and fish meal,,
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impurities removed Rock urea, and bone
meal'
corn-, back to organic fertilizers. I'll discuss phosphorus can provide signfi-J; :
Mr. ". has theE luck, and a gut tor dodging respon the most of these, and explain reacts! slowly;; with the acids from decaying cant amounts of nitrogen. Soybean meal.
ments Reagan common
sibility for things that go. wrong have some things need to know if you wantto organic matter; Therefore.-you'll prqbuUy) 'in addition to the previously :mentioned;
the you
= capacity to divorce himself from carried Mr. Reagan a long way, but use organic fertilizers in your vegetable see the' greatest benefit many seasons. tobacco stem;:, I is* another ijourw-tjf' im';.
S acts and results of his own administration. they have also weakened his grip ,on garden. after you add it to :your soil. J proved fertility. {

:5 He has piled up the largest reality in Schlesinger's'opinion.. Organic fertilizers are natural materials Potassium is widely distributed in The biggest advantages! of using orgariif'
E budgetary deficits ifs( American which provide..plant nutrients only alter nature, occuring! in rocks, soils'; plan and fertilizers! is that, for the most part, they
w: history, yet no one denounces deficits, In order to win in November;, the they decompose sufficiently. On the other animal tissues, and water iupplies, For, aren't readily available/ und they tend tot
With impassioned and Democratic, nominee must guide .the 1 ,.,. hand, conventional fertilizers: are the organic gardener materials such as ''work very slowly I releasing usable'::
more
eloquence ,,,- "' prepared chemically from fossil tuets. wood :;ashes, tobacco stems: potash,. Halts, nutrients .la. the .soilonly'after
voters, from Reagan's } a long?
= apparent sincerity. In withdrawing away never- *"?; rAnd, even though, these materials are and ground rock potash can be used, lone, decomposing period. Therefore"orga'2*

the Marines from Lebanon he upstaged never land of wishful thinking, and readily usable by plants, we pay a high or in combination with other materials. to fertilizers need |10 l he added to the gard .'
t:::: his detractors by undoing ,come to grips with reality This ,he energy price (torJhem, and their misuse,, yield significant./ !(amounts. of,potassium:: to' plot at! 1t'Ist'thrtle weekaahead<< of planting
.:.., something he should never had done to must do by clearly defining the direction -' may.threaten our,"environment, the soil l, '':"' "' ,lime; ,.. '" r"EtiquattR

begin'with, and few critics asked why in which he wants the country to ;J;' \ t ,,.

he sent them there in the first place, or go, and explain how he intends to get N Court and lay roIHr.d., U'tt4eW'(i i ft i! I >f
ducks there. He must'also find some way in Tenysack e
left them there as,sitting as long '" .'11:
which to make Mr- ;) ,, ) 'i. .I, ,,'oJ ," .. ,, ,'
as he did.Schlesinger. Reagan accoun- > !. / '1 ,' '.'
table for the mistakes ho makes and X'At, Kingsley Lake Civic .,Center : lfs piainq'sl.spy :" '' ;*;!;
"The Lebanon :
says which he has so far eluded with his ac a' fiasco, from a technical viewpoint wasa tor's ability for illusion, denial, and Work Is under way on construction of a bacteria 'count indicated '(hat;'t th{ massive demonstration of safe for During a ; .
was swimming. question'and "J 'I
truly leased by
diverting the public's, attention to more: paved tennis court on property answer period the environmental of. :j '.
misjudgment ineptitude the OwnersAssociation
diplomatic Kingsley Lake Property
pleasant subjects;' ;; dicer said that any Information concerning
and incompetence. If Mr. Carter had to Clay County for recreation '.xi,
malfunctioning .or Improperly Installed
)been president, Congress and the press "No voter should be permitted to purposes equipment at has Kingsley plan been Like.ordered Playground and will septic tanksrthaId! be 'polluting {hefak ''<'I .A "
would been merciless in their should be t to his office in '
have "' be installed the site ad- ; reported the ,j 1"11.
historian. the on .
criticism. forget where thebuckscops, ; by county Clay Countycourthousebl+.using'thetoli;! ',! j. ,' <1....!,
Joining the Civic CenterThe tennis court ,
Schlesinger observes; As. Andrew free numbers, 473-37U.; I ':, '.,)J "
In discussing this ability to ,float Jackson summed the of and playground agulpment are expected to< The following officers for the new 4 (:J
up; logic our be In and will be ready for year ; -" n{ ,1.,
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above the storm, John Sears, who democratic 'order; every president use} by the *t July. were elected at thfi KLPQA; directors r __.. ar : I" I
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in meeting Saturday, June 't; President, ." .. .. ,I'
first
campaign
:managed Reagan's must be held accountable at the bar of
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Gene Bray Ctoy County Stewart W.: Beckett; Vice-president Jupiter 'two 'and' :CMif'l'r ','
;i960, *said "He walks away from more public opinion for every 'act of,his, ad- Health Director was guest speaker at a Dwight Elder; ,Secretary. ,, Ann Hill,;: y. times Ur.cr than aft the ow' '\I

,,. political crashes than anyoneWhen; ministration sponsored by KLPOA Treasurer; Jane Peters. New (directors .. .' .. saellites., N.r-"; al'1' :'"
pressed; he lhnly" offers alibis and Mr will last Saturday in'the Civic,Center, ejected at this.,time wepe'rsy4ndrews: ., .'' ;oW aed camels of our cMt "''1''. .
blames.his.<(
Contrta have a lot't' to answer for. ,. ,, recently; from'd"A1! the, ',..:.jake' ,anrt,>"ei0'

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Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. $app of Starke ;

announce the engagement and ap tl
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daughter Paula Michelle, to'Ruben Gladys Mooty! Of The
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Mosqueda Liceaga, son of Jose Mos- n
queda of Mexico City Mexico. .
Miss Sapp is a graduate of Santa Fe Pdit Society Editor.,,
Community College and has recently } :
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completed a semester at the Universi 964-7608 '. News! cut
ty of South Florida. I' ,
Mr. Liceaga is graduate of Santa Vfl '. a>& insurance rates
Fe Community College and 'is --
presently attending the University of r"' '. for maturedrivers.
Mexico. Ho Is employed by Mexican ,
Institute of Data Processing. ,. Brenda Huffman, .
An Aug. 11 wedding Is planned at Bill Goodman "
7:30: p.m In the First Baptist Church, We believe mature '
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To Wed June 30
Stark A drivers Reserve lower ,
i) The engagement of Brenda Lee rates on auto insurance. ,
Huffman daughter of Mrs treneReinhardt ,,,,w,' .And sq does Tate; '
i ,. -- of Interlochen, and James Hartford,That's because ,
Dawn Chllson Reinhardt of Green Cove Springs, to drivers over age
Glenn Corbett B. William Goodman, son of Mr. and ; 50 generally have safer
Jolene O'Steen Mrs. Ronald V. Goodman of Hollister ,, v ? driving habits-and'
Chllton formerly of Starke Is announced.
Dawn } 'the good driving records -
Jol.n.O'St..n, ., The wedding is to be on Saturday ,,, .
,John ParamoreTo Glenn CorbettTo June 30, at 10 a.m. in Ravine State Y t- s to pique it.v'o
x Wed 10 Gardens. All relatives and. friends are The Hartford wa.-us to
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Wed, Aug. 5, invited to attend. ', reward safer mature
Mr. and Mra. David L. Hodges an drivers with special
Mr. andIr's.! Clayton Elwin nounce the engagement and' approaching ,, autoinslirance
Q'Steen of Starke announce the marriage of Dawn L. i'}' discounts. '
engagement and approaching marriage Chilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. l
of their daughter, Jolene, of If you're 50 or
Corbett
Paige L.Chilson to Glenn ,son
Gainesville' to John Paramore of over and have a good
of Janice Corbett and Melvin Corbett, ,a '
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Gainesville, son of Mr. and Mrs. all of Starke. I driving record,don t
Willie Earl Paramore of Marianna. make a decision on
The wedding Is planned for Aug. 10 Tina Hayes
The bride-elect is a graduate of the .ula Sapp at 8 p.m. at the Starke Church of God., 'r ; Bobby Epps auto insurance without
University of Florida and is employed Ruben Liceaga The bride-elect is graduate of a quote from us.
by the UF's Pesticide Research'' Green Cove Springs High School and a Tina Marie Hayes,

Laboratory.Mr; Paramore. is attending the Did You Know..........* is' employed Insurance by Commissioner.Mr. the State Treasurerand Bobby Harold Epps NODGESInsurance

University of Florida. :Pottage; of Corbett attendee! Bradford Plan Sept. 7 Wedding
Mr.. and'Mrs. Harry M. Jones and
engineering '' High School and Is employed by E.I. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip\ D. Hayes of Agency
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The wedding is planned for Aug.5 in Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kirk of Canton, r'
Marianna. 'I> '. j Ohio are'guests for several days of Dupont. Lawtey announce the engagement 9644571101A
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ruckdeschel. All friends and relatives are. invitedto ( 1. and approaching marriage of their
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: Harold Epps, son of >Mr. arid Mrs. Edwards Road,

Rep. Frank Williams Weds Old You Know.' ........... Harold The brlde W. Epps-elect of Starke.Is a graduate of AUTO LIFE MOme HOMES

Mr. and Mrs: Bill Rink entertainedat Raleigh County Co-Tech School of HOMEOWNERS
a farewell dinner Thursday night Nursing and is employed by,Alachua
Susan 1 TallahasseeState for Mr. and Mrs. Ezra I" General Hospital. '.
Seminole .
Weigel in
Starke who are moving to Mr. Epps Is ands' of Bradford ;L' I,
on June is. Breiulu Huffman High School employed part-
Representative Frank Mrs. Nell Veal served as matron of Bill Goodman time at Archie Tanner Funeral Home. THE HARTFORD
Williams and Susan Christina Weigel, honor, and the best man was Don Mr. and Mrs. W.S.: Haas were in < The wedding Is planned for Sept. 7,
both of Middleburg, were 'United.in Locklar. Groomsmen were Buzzy and Tampa last Friday' and Saturday ''at 7 p.m. in the First Baptist Church,
marriage on Friday,.June 8, at 4 p.m. Richie Hayden, sons of the bride. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mark Trimpey. Starke.
in the chamber of the Florida House The couple will reside in Mid "
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of Representatives in: Tallahassee. dleburg. ,' -.>:
The ceremony was performed by the ,: ,>. ,'. ;
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clerk of the House Allen Morris. .Mrs. Mack L.Williams,Sr,.Starke, t f f} ; j4't ,, .r 11 v r "d.: ,1 i c."'I. tx i,';
The bride is the daughter of Mr and ,and the late Mr.Williams. tie is president ...+ r '
Mrs..William R. Weigel Jr., of.Mid '. of FWE, Inc. a mortgage
dleburg.Mrs.. Williams is the son of "brokerage,firm in Middleburg.. ,

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Mr. and Mrs. Mac Baldwin visited .
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Montuoro and ,< .,-., .
Betty Register, Elva Lee Edwards daughters in Tampa over the y
and Elva Schaffer returned Monday weekend -
from a weeks tour of Mobile,AL,New' t" .
Orleans, Gulf Port, MS and Fort Dr.and Mrs. tatherrMaxtGtuen, ; < '.
Walton Beach. the funeral of his .',
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Cindy .Douglass and Donnie Fowler Marry: \? Lee Ann Green. and; Jerry Blalo
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May 11 in Bayless- Highwa'B'tist- Church Honored at Prenuptial Parties Jerry Lee Ann Blalock Gree 'iF', \ 1" i.

To Wed Juno 15
Cindy Douglass, matron of honor. She Iy Griffis kept the guest book. Ar-
daughter floor
of Mr. wore a Miss Lee Ann Green and
pantry.
and Mrs. length of flowers and Jerry goods to stock the kitchen The wedding of Lee'Ann Green
pink
Lloyd with full rangements
Douglass of Starke gown skirt, short greenery Blalock, whose marriage will be Mrs. also Lee Ann a and
and Donnie Fowler, son of Mr. and puff sleeves and attached bodice. She were placed at vantage points along event of June 15, honored an cook book.Chappell gave Jerry Blalock will take place in Grace
Mrs. Park Fowler of Newberry were' carried a long cascade of blue and with streamers and pink, blue and several parties in the were past week: at Refreshments of cake, lemonade, Baptist Church on Grifns Loop on Fri
united in marriage May 11, at 8 p.m. pink daisies roses, pompoms and white balloons. On May 31 Miss Green,was give a sandwiches and nuts were served. day, June 13, at 7:30: p.m.' with .a.
in Bayless Highway Baptist Church baby's breath. The bride's table was covered witha linen shower by the Ladies of the reception following in the church
with J.D. Becky McDaniel and pink cloth and centered with Hall. '
Rev. Robinson performing Tina Reames a wed- Madison Street Baptist Church. Lee Ann Green and Jerry Blalock Fellowship ,
the nuptials. served as attendants and were gown- ding cake encircled with flowers and Hostesses Andrews honored bridal shower All friends and relatives are invitedto
were Faye Blon- were at a
ed similar to the honor attendant greenery. Darlene'Douglass cut the attend.
Highlighting the altar were blue their except cake. nie Derkman Edith' Pew, Ruby Tuesday night, June 5 given by Mrs.
gowns were blue. They car- Howell, Liz Mathews Joe Faulk, Mrs. Charles' Bryant and
Ruby Cooper
pink and white anIdaisies
roses, pompoms ried the Christina Phyllis Carmichael served
same type cascade. punch at
of the
Joan Epps, Hazel Richardson and Mrs. Pat Welch at the home
set in floating island arrangements Carmichael was flower girl. a table covered with a pink cloth and
Frances latter N Walnut St.
decorated Dansby., on I
against a background of with balloons. The '
a 15 branch candelabra and two The bride, given in marriage by her table had a blue cloth and groom's The tables were covered with white The refreshment table was covered Mrs. Edward Hamilton '
seven-branch candelabras. father wore a white floor length full highlighted with white balloons was lace cloths with red underlay. Cake, with' lavender cloth and centered Given Stork Shower
.
Tiffany Griffis of Tampa pianist skirt gown with Queen Anne neckline chocolate cake, chips and dips andmint punch, nuts and wedding bell candy with a decorated cake. Refreshments
presented a program of nuptialmusic. long sleeves decorated with lace andsmall bowls. were served. of finger foods desserts. and punch Mrs. Edward Hamilton was
pearl beads and long train. She The couple is residing at Deleon were served. honored at a stork shower given by
wore a hat decorated with lace and Springs.The Mrs. Vivian Chappell of Crystal The gift table was covered with a Legertha HamptonOdessa Hamiltonand
Darrell Fowler attended his brotheras sheer net that fell down the back. She bride is a 1983 graduate Lake gave Miss Green a bridal Army/Navy cloth and centered with ,Faiths DeSue at the home of the
best man. Ushers were Doug carried a long cascade of pink and Bradford High School and the of shower on Monday, June 4. lavender wedding bells. ,latter on Friday, May 25. ,
Fowler and Danny Emerich. Kenny blue flowers similar to the attendants.A is a 1982 graduate of Trenton groom Along with their gifts, each lady The couples party was attended by Games were played and
Carmichael was ring-bearer. reception was held in the church School. He is employed with Fowler High brought a recipe and some canned 25 guests. refreshments enjoyed during the par.

Vickie Richardson served as reception hall where Tiffany and'Fol-- welding and steel erection. Gina Lane Makes ty hours. The honoree's mother, Mrs
Miriam Tyson made the cake.

MYF Elects College Deans List

I Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber UDC President Officers May 30 Gina R. Lane of Starke a student Did You' Know...........
United attending Angelo State University, Double bassist Steven Moran of
; Methodist Youth Fellowship San Angelo TX, is listed on the dean's Starke is one of the 118 participants in
Mrs. Franklyn Weisgerber was installed Mrs. Charles Darby installed the Miss Norma Canova; Historian Mrs. the held an election of officers May 30 at honor roll for the spring semester at the 20th annual New College Music
president at the annual picnic following officers to serve with Mrs. Lloyd Wike. meeting in Fellowship Hall the university.Ms. Festival, May 29-June 19. Moran is a
meeting of W.T. Weeks chapter, Weisgerber: first vice-president, Mrs. Herbert Thomas, president, presided President over by Celeste Carter. Lane, a government major, is student at the Peabody Conservatory,
U.D.C. on Wednesday, June 6, held at Mrs. Lester Crews; second vice- conducted the meeting after which Holly Shields; vice- listed on the 3.50 to 4.00 honor roll. of Music.
the Kingsley Lake home of Mrs. W.B. president, Mrs. George Roberts Sr.; luncheon was served buffet style with treasurer president Chris Durban; secretary- _
Mundy with Mrs. Guy Sale and Mrs. secretary, Mrs. Herbert Thomas; arrangements of multi-colored day at-arms Wendy Young; sergeant-
Charley Johns as cohostesses.Upcoming treasurer, Mrs. Guy Sale; registrar, lilies forming the centerpiece of each minister -Vickie Scott Carver.Durban; youth

table. MYF Meeting JUST FOR DAD

Presbyterians "Roast" Held June 6

Events Their Seniors I The United Methodist Youth

Leader Members of the First Fellowship meeting was on June 6. At of lawn
Eastern Star State Religious Church gave a dinner and Presbyterian"Roast"for the beginning of the meeting Shawna Trim the price quality care'

Supper June 16 Guest Preacher SundayAt their seniors Thursday night,June Murrow, from Tupperware, suppliedthe with the new affordable
I
7, at Western Steer Steak House. girls with catalogs and order- ,
Starke chapter 224, Order of the Methodist ChurchDr. Mike Sexton served as M.C. and forms for the Tupperware products.
Eastern Star, will have a covered dish McCoy Gibbs will be the guest welcomed the guests and seniors and MYF will get 15 percent of the WEEDY-
,supper Saturday June 16, at 7 p.m. in preacher Sunday, June 17 at the First gave a short talk to the seniors on the money made. Each person that sells
the Masonic Hall.AU United Methodist Church for the 9 future outlook of life. He began the over $100 gets a free gift. The person
Masons and .their families are a.m. and 11 a.m. services.Dr. Roast which was taken up by the who sells the most will get three free GAS POWERED TRIMMERI
invited to attend. Gibbs is the new district other guests. gifts. This fundraiser will help MYF Powerful 2 cycle engine. Adjustable assist
for future
field
superintendent for the Gainesvillearea The senior youth pay trips. '
group gave gag The service led .> precise balance for easymaneuverability. handle.Automatic I
supervising the ministry of 86 gifts to the seniors as .a memento of was by Kim Ross, lineadvance. :
churches.Dr. the occasion. Seniors honored were she chose the topic of suicide to base
Gibbs was the director of the Shane Johnson Ana Wallace and our meeting on.She read a short story > Solid state ignition for i
Florida Conference Council of Alan Holtzendort. about a boy who was in the hospital quick starts. 15" cutting swath. ;

Ministries and the Jacksonville The 43 attending sat at tables after a bad accident.
Colleen Place
District Superintendent in the 1970's.! decorated with rose buds. .1, Afterwards they played" a fun activity j
David FinleyTo He is moving to Gainesville from the called "egg drop. Four girls S9999. I
and four boys were chosen from the ..
Wed June 23 Fort Myers area. He is noted as an tp
outstanding preacher. group. They gathered into four teams
Colleen Elaine Place of Jacksonville Homemakers Hold '/l of two each consisting of one boy and UnassembledNOW
of Jean one girl. In the first two teams the boy
Mrs.
daughter Betty Installation of Officers ;> *
Parrish of Nashville TN, and Idabel Dempsey ,. laid on the floor and the girl balanceda AVAILABLE AT

Michael David Finley, son of Mr. and Open House June 16 17 Installation of officers was held at cup on his forehead. They then stood FLORIDAPEST
Mrs. Harold E. Finley of Lawtey, will the May meeting of the Bradford over the boys and dropped the yolk
be united in marriage Saturday, June Idabel Dempsey will have Open County Homemaker's Club on May from a raw egg into the cups, or at CONTROL (9O..t) 9!
23, at 7 p.m. in Murray Hill Baptist House Saturday and Sunday, June 16 12. least they tried. The next two teams 539 East Call Street 4. 4S
Church, Jacksonville, with a recep- and 17 from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. at her did it just the opposite with the girlson Starke I I
tion following in the church recrea- new home on SR-16E; turn right at A covered dish luncheon the floor.
39th St., rail fence and turn right at was served At the end of the meeting, they DWribulKl by Th pn Distributor InC.Bo 888.Tifton.OA317M Ol(912)( )382-1306.: AMwughwtrydMKfhubwn
tion hall. and the dining tables were covered prtvauilymiilwd' ol this allM.I torn*individual d..lar.l mn not PWHOMI It on*you wfcct donna..Mrwtrwr
All friends' and- "*relatives.' .are, invitedto ,. dirt road. Public is invited to'attend.. .with yellow linenclothsand: an oldfashioneds4tting .-hands locked together for sentence in a circle prayer.with Waled t ,w can(/912))382-13M tor.... 'iourc ol oltw.M gur ntM adequale ttock H MtwtiMd pncf,,


;. .* attend." .;1./' ,. I,""" ".'ft.II,T... ,....,...., 1-, 'AhStarling. Family** < milk flowers bottles In.";l'irJ1Al and flowers was pilld used"in with antique,quart wild -i. :"." -I"Mr'. .,; .J'.,. rot...'......4'.111 ft),'- If, 1.ry' I ''-.I" 49ah .... .". ",v ""v f.ww! ./ ,,{-r'I: rl'I.lt'.:c.1 i4YW'111"'l":;.ti, Il1D9'flm' f14ds3t ,::'IIt.i:, >'

To Conduct ReunionThe coffee and tea pots. A pewter crumb ,. 'rf t r c I
catcher and an old Pepsi crate was : I
late Abe ,
Starling family reu- 'it
nion will be held also used in decorations. Guests en- v I
Cheerleadlng Clinic Sunday, June 17, \ '
with a basket lunch at 1 p.m. Joyed drinking tea out of fruit jars. ,J; "I
June 18-22 The reunion will be at the : 2EThr '",'. ,. I
The Bradford High School Agricultural Center in Macclenny, Miss Dianne Douglass, Home : vI
cheerleaders will hold a cheerleadingclinic FL. All relatives and friends are invited Economy Agent for Bradford County' \4 I:
June 18 22, Monday through installed the following officers: pres- 'Ii'
.. Friday, from 12 noon to 1 p.m. at the dent Gerri Green; vicepresldent'Lane ,
Bradford High School gym. This Tenly; secretary Lola;. '. !i''
Victory Baptist Chapel Johnson and treasurer .
clinic is open to girls in grades ; Matte '

kindergarten through 11. Vacation Bible School Miley, '.' ; > ,. .. ,
Among the instructors will be <'J: '
Vacation Bible school at Victory .h' I .. '
BHS ,
members of the 1984 .
cheerleading squad that competed in Baptist Chapel will be June 18 22 Gifts of appreciation'were given to'\. 0 ". ;, '
the National Cheerleading Champion- ,from 7 to 9:30 p.m. for all ages, adults Dianne Douglass past president, Flo''- 'if
included. Quicksall and past VP, Lois Cox. -;, a a; ;
Cheerleading fundamentals cheers Pre-registration will be held Satur- There will be no general meetings,' .4 ;
and simple stunts will be taught. Rib- day, June 16 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. during the summer but there will be'>';. II "
bons and awards will be given daily. The church is located on Pine Streetin workshops and the next one will beheld < :
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Hampton.Everyone is invited to at- June 14 at 10 a.m.
Cost for the week is $7. For more information '
call 964-8689. tend. Pastor, Bob Cooper. ':i

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: Piano Pupils In
Recital '
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:; The piano students of Louise Marie I": ,
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'Ii' STern were Presented 'Jn a Spring -
:J' Recital Tuesday evening, June
5, at ,
<; ..7:4 J>>.m. at the Fellowship Hall ofF Roy CrewsCompletes Hospital Auxiliary, Offi ers....
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"' t, ,1rIEtVInited; Methodist Church. Because. the Gremlins <(ino< relation to those In the
:w r.Mosfy were Steve Lewis movlek fouled the In last week's
up. picture
,,"( J Misty Fill, Scan Jones ,,
*Julie paper where the faces were not Usttnguittable, We are
t Thomas, Brooke Watson, Jane running It a again. .
SUmwix-Hay, Beau Ely Viva Riley Prime They are from If'ftto
Lori Mann Power'Course right: Betty Graves, Marjorl
Kern Flllyaw
Holly Thomson Wilma Jean Terry, Roxanne Kuckdcsrhel,
1':' Sheilds, Kim Dukes, Stephanie Sophie Kimutis, Linda Johns and Ada nrddlKh.I I
Dukes, Shannon Abrams, Lisa
Mosley, Amy Lewis, Sharon

: Gillenwaters Hamilton, Patricia Parado, Todd Pfc. Roy T. Crews,son of Jackie L. physics, and applied electrical and
Five pupils, and Cindy para io. and Mary Crews of Lawtey, has com- mechanical engineering. *i i::
Statuettes were awarded Com- pleted an advanced prime power production By completing the course,
poser for completion of course at Fort Belvoir, VA. graduates can take the exam for"a
t' I Theory Examinations. Following the license through the National Institute
program were refreshments of During the for the Uniform Licensing of power'
< punch brownies and oneyear'course, con- .
cookies were ducted Engineers. .
serveAssisting. by the U.S. Army Facilities
Engineering Support Agency, He Is a 1983 graduate of Bradford
in serving were Mrs.
High School.
students
Gloria Mann Mrs. Barbara Mosley were taught mathematics, I
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Heather & Heidi Sapp

Celebrate School EndingThe AMERICAS: FAMILY DRUG STORE
daughters' Mr. and Mrs.
Charles P* Sapp, Jr., of Lawtey,
celebrated the last day of school witha PREFATHER.SDAY
slumber party. Heather and Heidi
were honored by their parents with
this party because both of them ended
the year with an A-B average.
They and their guests were kept
busy playing a variety of games with / SALE !
a cooling off after each game by tak-
ing a dip in the pool. They were serv- .
ed refreshments of watermelon Ice /
cream, candy and drinks. Toward ?
nightfall, they all had hot dogs,chips, _
, marshmellows, and pepsi. E ---- REMEMBER I I DAD ON JUNE 17th '
;. :They ended the first evening by : !
watching the video of Michael 50 ENTIRE STOCK OP
Jackson's "Thriller" and this was MILLION I BRK
followed by the movie "Clash of the ROD & REELCOMBOS FIRST ALERT
Titans." READYLITEFLASH
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they left off- each had a turn at play- Eckerd to fill their prescriptions. 137 PRICO REGULAR
Ing pool, and to match wits with a it Selection may"
video game of their choice. Limit 2 vary by location.
Everyone went home tired and
ready to go to bed. Heather and Heidi
said it the best time
was they've ever ''
had. Thanks to the for ",,,,,
parents letting, tMiT'; ; ,
their children participate I .. ..


Did You Know........... .

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Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rink and Mr.and
:9 Mrs. Wallace McNelley and sons '
, spent Friday to Sunday at Disney .
. World. They picked up Mrs. Rink's 4f
mother,. Mrs. Mildred Bellizzi in /
t J Orlando on Saturday who had spent
p> three weeks in DesMoines, Iowa PEPSI DIET PEPSI FAD or CHEER .
I visiting her sisters. ,
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i class reunion on Saturday.Mrs. t' .
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Mrs.Dennis Hurley of Salisbury,MD F'II I'
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Mh.Jewell Joyner,who underwent = DECK'SHOES .0.11.99s9 .
heart surgery June 5 in North Florida M H>7412 BOO MO.19.91.+ ?...., 19.88
Regional Hospital;is expected home MO-14.99 UGfi
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with 12 attending.! Coppertone. M IxterlslOn caAn! -_._ 7.97
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I \\h.h to announce my candidacy During Brown's first term. in 1972, condition, due to the conservativenature
Ins. re Hecitkm sw your Clerk of the Article 5, a sweeping redefinition of of the governing/ hotly and the
ourt for ;.liradford County,?: said the clerk's duties and of the judicialand elected olTici.'ii': I improvemeltloaD.
Hilbert S, Tuesday, June 12., he will be a can- the Legislature. "We are fortunate to have a fine ,
didate in IJW4., staff which does a good job of comply-
Brown wart! elected in 1979.! ( look office Duties of the clerk include both Cir- ing with the many mandates of the ,
in 1971, and has been the county cuit and County Courts. The clerk is Legislature, of which more :''are Ii
clerk since. ,. ,j also clerk to the Board of County enacted each time the legislature
Commissioners and chief financial officer meets If you're thinking of remodeling your kitchen or i!'i j I
"During my J3 years as your clerk I .of Bradford County which has a
served for three years on the Board of 19U3-84 budget of 3620378.: t; adding a beautiful new room or pool Florida

Directors of the State Association of "I sincerely appreciate the National can give you your answer in 2 hrs
County Clerksi including one year as "We are audited each year by a privilege of serving the people of
parlimentarian and one as secretary. private CPA firm and each year have Bradford County for the past 13 yearsand'ask'you
lie is a member of most of the fraiw- received a good audit the last the for the opportunity' Gib Brown fii3. .
best Since I took office" Brown continue that ; ,
nul and civic organizations of Bradford says. service for another '
County. ."The couty Is in "'nin"l f'niTiH.ij' : term" CounlyClerk Florida: Notional Bank
Announces for He-election /
105 W.Jefferson St Starke 32091((904))964-7050

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Dolph Reddish announceshis 1If ':

candidacy for re-election under .
the Democratic Party Primary of :

1984.Reddish I d __ :
has teen sheriff for the ,
past 12 years,the lasUwoJerflis.: !: unop-.,. .n
posed. He pres 'swvies-on board,". .
of directors"R hkIt>>ibd.a. rSfe N ... .. ""'
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my goal to give you ita'de' m IIJ.d .
best possible service at the least '
cost," says the veteran sheriff who U.S.D.A. J ';r,
Center CutCHUCK
first' began his law enforcement CHOICE I ,
> ar :or in 1957 after a tour with the $ 19 .
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SAil' Force. -
"I've been direclly'involved with all !
aspects of the Sheriff's Officecorrec- : :
tions and office management. Red- : I
dish served as uniformed chief deputy, ROASTFAMILY .
under his father, the late Sheriff P.D. LB ..
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"Pete" Reddish who held the office. '.. "" i
for 24 :, :
years. SLICED OLIVE LOAF OR. ,
"I have attempted for over the years to U.S.D.A. TOP CHOICE' Fryer Wings. . . l .69 SunnylandLOUIS IIOLOONA =01!..! 89 "' : -\I''. J
qualify the task
myself at hand
MARKET STYLE!! FAMILY. ,.u'wa''r r '" .
BLADE CUT- TWIN PACK $159 RICH SLICED CHOPPED >
and the keep criminal up with justice the changing systemno facetsof Sliced Bacon . . = L81.39 Turkey Ham ,,I; 1Q .29 I, : i :. ,
easy task. Beside my in-service or on- 'Chuck'S"'eak UA INSPECTED TOP QUALITY ARMOUR SKINLESS .. '''''rloo t '
the-job training, I have attended and LB Fresh Pork Butts . . .ml.19 Jumbo Franks ,. PK", 1.49OWALTNEVS \ ::1: .' '"
completed various law enforcement LEAN FRESHLY \ FAMILY GREAT BOLOGNA .j" : : 1

schools; in part: Florida Law En- LAND O' FROST Ground Chuck . . T wS LB1.79 Great Dogs. . '*2 .79 : -.",', ,,,' f
forcement Training Academy, FBI
FRESH PORKNeck SlICE MEAT.BEEF OR THICK ' 't"T '
Executive Development Course, 1969 BONELESS. SMOKEDTurkey Bones . pox .69 .a 1.49 :
graduate of the FBI Academy in $159 . LykesBologna. ,. i,'
Washington, D.C., recognized as the Ham SMOKED OR POLISH J
foremost law enforcement training HiIIshlreSausage. . .'. : .LB2.19' MRS: KINSER'S ". ,,\" .
school in the world; complied with FLASH FROZEN- .1.O PKO. 1
Florida Police Standards, serveral Ocean Perch Fish Fillets. ia1.39, Potato .
career development short courses,
U.S.D.A. TOP CHOICE ,WEAVERS ORIGINAL i

graduated from Institute the National at the University Sheriff'sAssociation UNDERBLADECalif. $179 Fried Chicken I10NI1UJtTB %a 2.69 Salad O viE '. k.
of Southern California and National Roast SUGAR FREE t
Institute of Corrections at the University 'JL LB '''Kahn'sSlicedBacon. PKO! 1.99, :, .
of Colorado."I SKINNED DEVBNEDSliced B ; .t

am active jn local civic groups Beef Liver. . %fa: u.99 $ 39' !
and community activities, as well as
NEW ZEALAND SQUARE CUT f
U.S.D.A. TOP CHOICE 1
the Florida Sheriffs Boys ranch;
having served on the executive board FAMILY SIZE PKG. BNLS. CHUCK Lamb Shoulder Roast . LB.99 24-OZ I }f
and as secretarytreasurer."The $179" Ma TURKEY Pt Bradford County Sheriffs Office Stewing Beef Ground Turkey . . \Lao: u.89
presently has a good staff. I ::
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MLa. 0000 ONLY +.IMMORO COUNN Gut LOW PRTC.e lT Mi8 sv.TFN A ONTO?IAIr ouYROes.: f.
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work at recruiting training, and NOW "' QNBw/ON TYPOOIW'HICA&ou YnOnL
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the means by which we: can hold the ..
line on operating costs is the longevityof 'r .. "I.t. ;!
personnel. Most of my deputies ." Mq ,
have 10-plus years of experience Thisis 4 .IN OUR DAIRY CASESSERVICE. DELI/BAKERY
very important."Fiscal .
{ NOT AVAILABLE AT ALL STORES
responsibility 14 a major PANTRY PRIDE'PUREOrange" ,: ., .. .
managerial of which I Or '-
practice am t LEAN FRESH BAKED '
very aware: How to better serve at '
the least possible cost is one of'my $149 Corned $ Torpedo .,' :
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'mayor considerations., whatever J. ,
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it's worth, the Bradford, County JuiceHALF $ : 8' 9'j".. ,
Sheriff's office has the lowest per cap .. ', J Beef tr : Rolls 6, i;
tla expenditure of sheriff office .
any WHOLE MILKMaggie's .' MAROAPINE QUARTERS tai I S
In the State of Florida. I will let you be ':COTTA 1i> SANDWICH SUED SMOKED A MEAL IN ITSELF, ,
.bad judge of whether this Is'good or CHUU 0169;( Kraft Parkay ;/1 i PKa.59' Country: Ham. HALF La 1.49. Pepperoni Bread .' \'.''179. "' ;
IN THE DAIRY CASE PANTRY PRIDESour .. .
bad."The "IKID01 TwiN' '16CZ"I. .' >AU MEAT BOLOQNAOscar FRESH BAKED i
Bradford Sheriff's Office, Kozy Shack PACK '.69 Cream CUP.C5, 'OQ Mayer HAtS; ,.99 Hot Dog I Bofls, 8 FOR.89. j
along with other courthouse offices, $tl-OZPKO.WHO!.!MILKAxeirod's PANTRY( PRIDE :
DOMESTIC MADE FRESH OAH.V PLAIN OR SUOAREO ;
'are audited by a private concern-annually rsouAReLLA 1.99, CrearrCheese :"" Ix .79 Swiss Cheese.'KITCHEN "" eP 6 .89 '
,For the." immediate; past : 1.89 Cak Donate tf FOR i
several years this office has received itANI Y PRtorSINGLESSliced : : ; .W'! "M FRESH "AUlTICHfESII -

excellent :audit reports i no easy mat. $ ',,1 c':'' ,' ColeSlaw. . u .89, ,Coffee' Cake . .1.88 :.
ter when you consider the complexityof American 199 ._ COUNTRY WIO8! ,CHOCOLATE MINT .,

the total-operation..1 would like to Cheese Food LB.cKAGe' {' _, I Fried Chicken''' .1T= 699 Layer Cake I . 2.99f ,
think we do some things right. .:z_ .
"As your sheriff I strive to provide
leadership to the office,give)It a sense .
of direction.,. Along, with this, I ell" "1'111' AI ... 't1.: OF'F mJI' 'e",, f
recognize the need to cooperate with, icIt" ..".It- .n._, : ...." '.'," "lticlt'" lO OFF .I} e !'
other elements; of the criminal justice!: 1 '. '
i I"tt'. 1).' Equally .important. is the : 'WISE 1"' I ro ,1.1 ";;
npirit of cooperation demonstrated by ;; EIGHT I I.A TASTER'S 'I 1 MAX' l'i )LAY BORDEN :'" "jO.
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all| ,etr f .tt'd 'officials .in. Irhe cour- (t1\t1l asettuscanOI1y CIf'ejoltbetter; AM'COMf cf.FPEE::
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RICH N CHEWY
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J'ask you the citi/ w/volnr'or I RT: v.Of!A.Q.. OLD FASHIONED 1
a Bradford County': to re-elect me to a ,rJ..a BAQ ,I REGULAR, OR,DECAF, I I ,,,'1 Hrq! ,. 'a jt I I PUFTED. 802 OR CMUNCHY, ,.COOKIES I. IL ,
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"") unto ONE CaPON PET I I LIMIT {" LIMIT one COUPON PER UMrf ONE COUPON J>ERTEM. LIMIT one COUPON FW "
f my rovord. My I only promise\ i is strive I tTEsl GOOf tHRUwECL. 1 1 ITEM LIME ONE sale COlIP0IPErR)TtFTU ; I ,''ITEM_( :, V pl!j .1 fTEM.GOOD THRU WED, I I .(f .GOOD THRU WER, I I. ITEM OOOO THNUMftk\ !! < I'' ''
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Jeneva M. Flynn veteran a that Twill! cenUm*lair. :
Jimmy Alvarez, Bradford County supervisor of elections; announced these responsibilities in a '
properly appraiser, announces his intention Tuesday, June 12, that she! will be a partial manner if re-elected."
to seek re-election tothe'officehe candidate for re-election subject to
has held since January, 1977. e ;
: loan: election.Alvarez was unopposed in the 1980 the Primary.upcoming Democratic Party

I of Bradford
A native County
Alvarez from Bradford Mrs. Flynn first took office by appointment
+ graduated of the in 1963 to
i'' You could be welconingyour| guests aboard your High School education in l'Jl and and economics studied i fill the unexpired governor term of the retiring .'. }

;' big new boat sooner than,you imagined.Ask agricultural at the University of Florida tie is a r Marian L. Crosby. In 1964 Mrs. Flynn
'. Florida National tor the loan. We'll ... and was elected to the office by Bradford
: give! you your '(" former FFA state president national County voters and has served for five _

.'. ii answer*in I 2 Ytrs.II was an FFA agricultural vice-president exchange and student in 1973 k consecutive: \ terms. '

,, '. to England and Scotland Flynn noted that at tM j time of her d
': (iJ Alvarez is a member of the Internationpl appointment the title of the office was r
.. Association of Assessing Officers Supervisor of Registration Later the
II Florida National Bank and the Property Appraisers served title was changed by the!! legislature to
Association' of Florida. He has Supervisor pt Election to better
the legislative committee of the
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105 W.Jefferson St,Starke 32091. ((904))964-7050 Property Appraisers Association forth of the the office.In additional) responsibilities

G) past two legislative sessions and announcing her candidacy, Mrs.
MfMBfR FDC/tOUAL HCXISINS IfNWp
_ ,4 is a member of the Association's Jimmy Alvarez Flynn stated, "I take the responsibilities : .y
Board of Directors. i or this office :'seriously. I"TBS

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First of the season, Western grown and are they delicious! We bought truckloads for this ,- Second Term

:: safe. We've changed our fruit and vegetable departments for your summer business.. '
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Peaches, cherries, grapes- they're all comin' In. You come in,'too. Dependable top'quality EACH collector Ester S.:announced Hall, Bradford Tuesday County for tax re
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and low '
dependable prices. election in this Fall's elections.
PRICES & COUfON Mrs Hall was elected tax collectorin
RED RIPE JUICY FLORIDA .1980, and. took office, In January
'* EXTRA LARGE 1EI1T 25 LB AVG. WHOLE 2.49 EACHWatermelons <; 1981. Prior to being elected Mrs. Hall
10 worked in.the tax collector's office for
WESTERN FEDERAL FOOD ,27 years. In 1980 she received certification
a STAMPS: } LB a* certified Florida..tax
collector.. . .
i ; Mrs. Hall states that she has ".., a
.Cantalou very efficient staff and we are there
: : to serve the public" '
LARGE GEORGIA .49<; Hall states .many changes,.have
.. taken'place in' the office,during the
( .... '.. PeachesFIRST f ., ,:ii past four ;years and she i is constantly
LB attending school to keep up with Ilse'
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A' The tax collector's office is audited
THE SEASON 7.' 'each 'and has received excellent
year
( FRESH FLORIDA' SWEET JUICY RED { ;; audits the pallt.four year ',.,with the

!_ : Carrots : last Mail report states.being the best of all, Mr

"I sincerely appreciate?,the"oppor'tunfty
E to have served you in(his office''
5 LB BAG Plums and if're-elecle4k will continue to
EACH operate the office: in u courteous and
efficient.manner"Mr; Hall tUutes.me .
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REGULAR OR HOT FLAVORS KWSPY\ Kraft ...-..Que Sauce 3 8Ol', '. 9 .." .3, oz .99 ,MillerBeer $ 39::>> .' KstherSljiaii'
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White Springs WAT*, ;OO Castieberry ChiH, 3 1QO -, ..' :;:'''I.. ,
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HAMBUHQER QH HOT OOa '
June. Boy DttSs 'O. /::84-Ol'"oIAI;'::1.49UB8V8 ',, VI.1- SZXL 1ao.,JAR.' 5A'. UEBfRAUMMJCH" LAUNDRY ," .: BMSNewsArtist
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Apple : WOZ CHOCOLATE,VANILLA POWDER of the week Devon Jackson

Sodas. .4 TK. 1OO gh10rClock'Coffee,2.39; ::I Sauce" 3 wot 1,00, OR sans CHOCOLATE Fa t PUDCKNQ. . 3,992OZ ; :'',-. did. a study' ""of the human (face I in,peacil. -

STEMS a.-._v-_ BAOEJfllrt, c rim DEODORANT-.) Four Bradford Middle School
GIorgIo 2 CAN 4Ol', 1.OO ,O'Ctock' .Coffee HI 6.99. 4uloe. . -ot .99 SP1CS OR MUSK" "students left June 1 to participate in
DECAFFEINATED! : PMNKSl) IOZUNdCENTIoliR-T-M nn n Sneed Stick, 1,49; ", the Summer ,StateSpeclat Olympic
PAH6H ASSORTED FRUIT (
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Viva Napkins ,. .:, 1\1 OJ'f t '.t;{, 1 14,9 Eight,O'clock, Coffee ::1,La 3.49 Capri Sun . 62.49 ECTRA Aqua SUPER Net HOLD uMN wear ;99 Games. They In are Tampa Barbara Mosley, Lucki.
Harvey, Derry.,Hamm, and Sharon
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two events. '
;'-Good t luck we are very proud of our
.', outstanding representatives.' .
< w .. Two hundred and forty eighth grade
'::1 F ZEN Fab' ',49Zr students went to Disney World from' a
; the Bradford Middle School 'June 2.

32-OZ.) : I They 'were accompanied by 24'
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wonderful time and
Freezer Queen $ 3p Pveryone4
FFl.ABEI.
\: like thank those'who :
,1 :'we'would to; .
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enlrseuRV MrAr tong, it,all
;;" ; .worked sO hard to make possible
Entre9RGLeFEP CHAR,> Thanks to the bus drivers:. Mrs.
i':;: !PATTY ,,Ajax ... ,22- Z' .'TMattox, Mrs> Fertig Mrs. Morrow' F
". ).: 'I '/land Mr;McRa ;;Buses pulled out at 6
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:' Aft 1.49 W'EAHTRYPRJ.T ,,(.i.9 .. : -\, -: :thanks tfrilw eighth grllde- Parent
I 'PIM."w--.. PE..... ; J ,' ".. DishesPower \ t ..Association-. officers;..Judy'' ,Brown, ,
',m. ., !i311YMMhp491i/il : .Judy'WisCally, Ethel'Dougfas'Mar'thaGretncaroLf'laylorandsetaey
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Cold 1 'Good luck to great
PMrtRY PRiO lI.ksUAGeROI\: Eng 8u\6NE, 4.0 xr ,- ;, ctasar.;'W4 wifl''miss yowl'/" : ,
.,,3f1 h 1.OO "' BMSAwawbr Assembly held June 7 \
Hot> F GET ONE '$
'iffi' .3. honored, 'many1 ,young ladies and
zuoz:4Wves rGFirRv weoe. 31.49 $ FflE 'Debot" STARK-43p: WEST MISDISON STKE6TOFQ t gentlemen! for outstanding' efforts in
itiMq 311teaiod 6 I many vasying'areas.'' We have had avery
p'AC ) ., tAk1tL.! ... .. "" : ;;1 ". t fine SjluSent body this year We I'

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;I Vkee, 1'J.;:;:, A "j'" crWCO""I:: ", ,";also extend big sixth WELCOME grade claaa.to vw

t'," 0,. .. b Do.A I''' LiquidDetergent I 'JI' ,\ .,. >, :'new* One upcoming of the highlight of our,Awards
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[ \ 422 N. St. pair. 884-5449 fiRST ASSEMBLY GOD j

Montr, Pastor
Grace Well in Lead I -hY tilrNYY >to wpAluadad with us. Hwy 18 W. & Weldon( 964.6and971'WeinviteWfnEfyou

l aq .." Pastor George Watson
-......-,$elNre1 .'. 10.. The Congregation Invites You to
"."!"..WInNII 11 sal' Come and Worship With Us
Of Evmlng 1IrvIct''. . IMWedMtdivYeur. Sunday Sckoel. . . .. . 9:49: AM '.
Church LeagueWith i 4 f .:.i.i L ;.30.... MamlM WtnMp.. . . . 11 AM
.{yy., .. EvangaHitio . . 7 PM
WtsnttdM 91wsIYP. 1:311PM
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only a week left in the regular 3-oM with a double. "
season Grace,Baptist has stayed on \ ; -- --- I
top of the men s church softball. Monday June II
league during most of the season. I

Grace leads the league with a 15-1 Smyrna 000 000 00 I. :",;
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record. Tied for '1olo /,'
second place is First Stan 2S1 360 17 -',
4 Methodist and the Starke Stars with Smyrna leading hlttert Davis 2-of-2. The 2-hr.
identical .
12-5 marks.Northside
,j Stars leading hitters: Francis 4-oM" '
Baptist is in fourth place
Shoeing 3-ol-4.Alvarez with a home run, '
: with a 10-7: record. Warren 2-of-4 with a double Johnson Brad and Billy Green

'". 1-of-2 with a triple Thornton 1-ol-2' with a
STANDINGS ,
double Crosby 2-of-3 with a double. auto 1oan
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f First !Methodist 12.5: Methodist' 012 023 I .
1j Stars 12-5 Northside leading hitters: Cowart3oM 1-- You could qow-n'the I
Northside local brothers from be cruising highway; In the new
10-7 Cubbedge 2-oM with a triple and
J New River 9-K double Molt ox 2-of-3. have been making and showing the one as second assistant in car or RVof your choice In no time. Ask us for a Joan
competition other in place ?
my
I Smyrna 7-10 Methodist leading hitters: Williams :
Sunshine State games. |landwe'UgetbacktoyoU1n2hrs.,, ij
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Air Park 2-11 2-oM with a double Eaves with two BUS sophomore Brad Green contender during "
Jr. Stars 0-17 doubles the district title in the Sunshine and senior ; j I ,'::;,

SCOREBOARD: competition last week in the 90 diviwrestling High School.: He Ii) .I 1/i". ,
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; Grace 703 SOl 23 division. version of the I .I..
Jr.Stars 040 '002 04 His coach and brother Billy his success at the Florida National Bank ;:;

Thursday,June 7 Grace leading hitters Duncan 4.0.-... recently won the Fort Belvoir ,,
I with a home run and double C. Johnson title. Green pinned all ;Brad will be com 105 W.Jefferson" St.Starke 32091 ((904)) 964-7050.
Smyrna 014 003 I S-ol-5 with two triples. Warren 3-ol-S with' of his opponents on his was the title at the Sunsine 0
I ::1 Jr. Stars 100 001 2 a home run and triple, Klaiworth with a championship!! of the 134 pound Haven.
Smyrna leading hitters: Henhel 2-of-4 home run. MEMBER: RSC/EOUAl HOUSING LENDER: t} I
with a horn run and double Debrall with Jr. Stars leading hitters: Mullins 2-oM, "'" '
a double. Jackson 2-of-4, Green 2-of-3. t. 3 BIG urs ay, June 14.-

I Ii i Friday, June 15, '
First Methodist 000 160 07 Airpark too 110 08 DAYS Saturday June 16 1984100AND
Star NEWLOW EAGLE ,
313 980 24 New River 4'0 050 15
Methodist leading hitters: Williams Airpark leading hitters; Olive with a
2-ot3; Stevens 2-of-3 with a double. double Hamilton 2-o-3 with a triple
Longer 2-of-3. Alday 2of3. Luke with a home run.
Stars leading hitters: Francis 2-oM with New River 'leading hitters: Anderson BRANDS PRICESI '
a double Shoening "-0'.5 with two with a home run,Griflis 3-of-S with a double 298
rlmihl" Alvarez with a double Bennett Cain with a triple. i..
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Woodchippers Edge,
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I i In Men's' City Softball League 20" BOX r ANKatp e3 P 97- TO'177

"Beg. 1.47TOa.4T.
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With the regular season near the a ciouoie. r with thla tapied BATTERIES
t' end Teal Tile and W.W. Woodchippers Woodchippers leading hitters: Dyol ;F.J ,;, a up to (an.4 average It cools / Ev..ady auPu'rg C. D
are still neck and neck for the lead In 2-oM with a double Wheeler 3-oM with : w: alnd rooms. 2.Ok Duty AA 4-Pk.
I the men's city Softball league a double 'Gaines "-0"-" with a double IV I."" b.l.

,. The Woodchippers were one game Lewis ...0.-4.Wildcats I 4 I 1 % ,a Ute reds....._wlll\. loop
ahead of Teal Tile with a 14-2 record.
Fla. Poly is in third place with a 9-6 0 e
record. LWCI 7 ''- I t
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: Teal Tile 13-1: TealTlle III 112 7 i '' S TLM'r 1 ..1
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Fla. Poly 401 001 6 F--- ;
Fla. Poly 9-6 (
I we. 7-8 Teal Tile leading hitters: Goodge 3-oM :
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Olins 5-9: with a home run and double Jones 2ofIWildcats -
2-14 with a home run Paladin with a double.
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Twins 9-6 Poly leading hitters: Jamenson 3-oM,
I Thompson 2-of-4.

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Forfeitt '319
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t 1 Dixie Leagues Facing District Competition, CHOICE and RiePa 4ir8..ti'o / 1 + ,i : '\ I I i"r r.


t With the regular season over, playoffs Starke, July 16. The loser will have to ''T BHItITS .ee'' It
J will begin July 5 between the Natravel to Lake City July 5, for the sub- Special Gifts For Dad FRUIT OP THE LOOM ; '
.I tional and American leagues of the district play-off. MEN'g uNDER1NIEAR't !
Dixie Youth Major baseball league in Practice is set for all-star practices Men's 3-pk. 6oMen Bland tr
Starke. r underwear In boly/coltort la aNalre, olYea m p(1RTa, '
in the Dixie Youth Minor league.
+ extra long I Mating. Prig Fug.B.M isMEMS '
n Overall and National league chamPractice begins for the district tournament .
1 pions Giants will take on the set in Middleburg July 9. N 7 / Snort sleeve LOGO shirts SHIRTS with placket' Short MEN'S sleeve DRESS poly/cotton SHIRTS,, Ons i .r'.. '.
t American league Mets July 5, for ,{ collar m assorted colors. 8-XL. pocket.W""e 11011d..14.T, t tIHORTI'5,96
i rights to the sub-district play-off in Practice for the Dixie Boys league / '
1., Lake City. will begin June 23. District tournament I / t
The winner of the game will go in that league is set for July 7 in. 1 PANTI 888 4 EANS'12' 88. .
straight' to the district games in Lake City. 488 !" ,\

l ... Price" Rep 17.0AMFM 't MEN'S WALKSHORTS MEN'S DRESS PANTS MEN'S LEVI'S DENIM JEANS 'I
JEWELRY CItEST STEREOGOSHINGWITHDAD' u 100% polyestar double knit 100% polyaslar-' double knit, Marts S-pockat' damm ".n..wlllt' f
wlnNkxl ........IIV .I,,wt sornmtx: I.do, dkecl 't 1" q 'wamshorls. .In solid cobrs.JO.-'0. dress pants, ball loops.".. I loppockele. 1 straight! leg/ lyUng., S3 -
Summer Offered. f 0 I
Program .. wll" '''ubwdanl ...W, bit""n l Solids. 8-x1 {
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1 Registration is underwa; .for the Starke Recreation Department's summer !

program. .
There is not a deadline for registration and the program starts June 18. ,
', Hours of the program will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. A fee is only required for' I s jt t,
\ the tiny-tots program which cost $5 to cover the expense of refreshments., I
Tiny-tots are 4 to 6 year olds. ,


: Hershey Track Competition Coming Up... ;4 \ II r Y Yts

:" '"" Youngsters interested in, competing in the Hershey Track competition 1 I It

i/ '' .' should contact the Starke Recreation Department on Pratt St, or .call y "5 ss CWT s s
'o-w. 964-6942. Competition begins in July. AERlrtOilhp


I,. 9 83/ la Nx 8l8 ., CHOICE YOUR TroH 84! 88 8$ i.

: VINYL STRAP CHAIR 9 PC. FISHING SET I Ih4aa wI.\ln'\ 11.\1 I "I' |<:n/m.n wiMI ,<.I< ,.twe, ,1 TENNIS LLL i t N4 1P''k., I Io.N 13.IU
"ATTENTION' vinyl """I.''O"In I UIHI; wIUNSlNNI*t I COORDINATES PAJAMAS '
HQP8ACK. CASUALS
MEN'S PENNY LOAFERS. MEM'S MOCCASINS
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hMIPI0lo5hN.Isty\ 100pMy/wlorhort.wllh polylcoltonnlldswnh, H.i't'.i" .*" tub I snlta.//.. lt>,ir m soM.toolhtrlook.. 'Irinyl'upp.re. Rubber
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r. Bass, t Pan Fish Anglers ,

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pL._ Tournament MonthiJ'r !

r Sponsored by Roberts Boit & Tackle on, Sampson Lake


f Startinji; June 1st to 30th ''LL P
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,.;,. All, Fish to be weight) In at Fish Camp ''Fish':must be w t 1ly, t 47r+ I iii
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t' prize will be Ambassador Rod & Reel with a different'' .,, ',17
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'prize every month 49 t Unwa na. lkYwt.Me NIA N /. 83 cE ArMd XX Cxtr lExtri Dry 9oS, a 'J'AWMATTmSS

;+f. "ptl blt Alto, Mhaeltr+ IS1dla: +k's Ili hl aPr R s f15$ yd.17.N1. Sar.43% firs./. ,. p '+' I't
.:': LOCATlONl44! miles west of Starke on SR 100, ,S.W. 115tYScrnp.1 : IB.HTH CHLORINE t7' LB TALETA' + *A .S4 0MU1,: V'ldJ-T I 1M" rranuln/hloh, ,., r hlbl ncIN111Nl.hwyrk4 CMNIee tram wim ,;' son. Trestle. !' ,Rood,,turn left go l2 miles, to Fish Camp (The Slob). I ..... ylnloesuwtNNO:! At/w tWeh' 'rr' eemMhtM.W ltM il = WIN!t' M'a.nMmll. N' -wNh, ruso4upw/q, Pe ave 1056 OM k.A f 91MVe L odln;
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''t You ,,are' further given NOTICE .''' -\1.I.1I.'J'lQTICE." Which\ Bradford County trotting attorney or firm perience and applicable: '
Legal Notices NOTICE
that a copy of Ofe INTENTION; Courthouse Storke, will be assigned ,non references.

sold proposed OR'_ STARKE TO REGISTER Florida) !: The name* andodree '. capital'', felony"' mlde. 6/1',2/ithg/ 6/21 r
t", I DINANCei*available for TION. OF JEHO ; ,fITI .'NAME &p thepN. ''' \ meanest traffic and
your Inspection at ,the WITNESSES: has .., atll/eGnd'
jof" .
NOTICE Juvenile 'I-4T'
It tasep:
hereby '
t; hot on Monday. given Jun.,18th. ,NOTICE TO REGISTER OF INTENTION FICTITIOUS Office of cItY, Hall.; plication Zoning(\ and to the -i-CfF FLORIDA, ; the, pe. nevi'MprMn,;. The contracting period

19.... at 1000:; NAME Brooker Florida. 'Df BRADFORD. totlve's adorriey\ are set will be July I. 1984., NOTICE OF INTENTION
I o'clock A.M., the undersigned. Pursuant Each and every person Board for -"CORPORA forth below through June (30, 198. TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS
to Section having tJ'ny Interest of, the heteby give All Interested
property
The
person total number of '
.
i; Color 863.09, Florida Statutes, whatever In the ed below from R1C tha $f Intends NAME The used
enactment to to are required to file with eaten to be assigned and most commonly
[ Frelghtway? Inc. will notice I I. hereby given of this proposed Parcel 3267 with the Clerk Pursuant to Section word In ;
at this court WITHIN THREE the rate of English converse-
I' sell/ of public auction forscash that the undersigned ORDINANCE' should, op- Pratt and Chi-lit Court for Brad MONTHS OF THE fiRST b. compensationwill A 865.09. Florida,Statutes, Won la /.

I'' at 2175 Com. David R. Tuten, sole pear and be heard at the Street. In Section County; !, lorlda, the PUBLICATION OF, THIS copy of_ negotiated.cho'i'c'urieilt, notice I. hereby given
''I; monwealth Ave. owner doing business name of BRAD',' that the undersigned I
time and ;
place prescribed Township 6 South NOTICE all claimsagalntt
: ((1)) bit
Jacksonville fl, one lot under firm TRADERS and to year's ,contract may Douglas S. Miller eol.own.r. .
the name ofSW .. "l d 4. 22 East use .. the estates and(2)'any
theAlachua'
from
, of light bulbs consigned Muffler and TOWN COUNCIL Of In', business obtained/' doing buslnes
for ,
!|, to North American Automotive building business that fictitious ( ) objection by on ''County At. under the firm name of
1 I BROOKER FLORIDA ,, vice?. Interested person,, to tor... '.: Office., :'
,lighting Medley FL to Maintenance, Rt. 2, Box BY; Undo Robinson This 'I ? wlth .af rlncjpal! ol'j.tere. Lawtey Auto Sales, Rt 1,
change whom this notice wasmailed Statement ; ,
, satisfy freight and 333 Starke FL of business 'located" Box 1086. Lawt.y, FL
32091. Intends Clerk classification .
Is that '
,, "II storage, charge, under to register sold fictitious 6/7 3 chg 621INVITATION ? 301 North challengesIh.'validity must be submitted to the 32058, Intend to
the to a public hearing Florida 32091. of the will office .of the Public sold
provision of Section register fictitious
name under the !
- held on Thursday, the of the
CORPORATION qualifications Defender, Post Office
4b) of Uniform under
; aforesaid name the
Standard TO BID
statute.
28, 1984, at 7:30 Morris B. Williams, personal representative, Box 1063. Gainesville.
: Bill of,Lading. Dated this 7th day of .The State of Florida 'the Council aforesaid statute Glass w.i first manufactured
Room urlsldctlon of
In .v': +, President venue, or ] / FL. 32602 no 'later than
: Gator Frelghtwayi, 'Inc., June, 1904 In Bradford Department of Health 'Doted this fourth day
In New
Starke P. HARDY the World in
! City Hall) P.A. the court. June 20, 1984. The statement
Carrier and of June, 1984 In Bradford
I County. Rehabilitative Service Thompson : H. Jones, Esq. ALL CLAIMS AND OBJECTIONS should set forth all 1608 In Jamestown VA.
, 6/7 4tpd 6/28 I I. seeking approximately 'Starke, Florida. At, a ., NOT SO FILED prior criminal case ex 6/7 County The work was diibandtd .'.
: NOTICE It hereby given 6.081 net ren :timei' I all parsons' 1030 WILL> BE FOREVER BAR. 4tpd 6/28 tat even years for mom
: that on Monday, Juno NOTICE OF APPIICA- table square feet of office feasted shall/ be Florida 32091 'fl':'RED.' '. tPublication? profitable tobacco JJDwinQj
: 18th, 19a... at 1000: TION FOR REZONING space to lease in the- for or 'against the ( ) -, of this
..
: o'clock A.M., the undersigned AND AMENDMENT OP Starke area. Occupancy forI'( -- ,
pool, a* specified In Notice has begun' on
j Gator THE ,LAND USE PLAN date to be November I, \, :
Zoning Code of the June 14. 1984.Personal
; Frelghtwayt, Inc., will '. An ORDINANCE amending 19.... Desired, I I. a five of Starke, Florida. Hofi"l 9/24 4tchg 6/14 R.pre..n.tatlv. tSS & W DISCOUNT'

: sell at public auction for the Comprehensive year lease with an option Walter Westcotl, "',''I,,,({.'.. '.. .: Gall M. Roberts, :
1 land .
! cash at 2175 Commonwealth Use Plan Elementand to' renew for two man, Storke Zoning B23 fine St., Stark., '

" Ave., Map by Bradford' term of three year. Planning Board. Florida 32091. County, Florida each consecutively. Sealed
In
Jacksonville FL on. 'lot accor 6/14 Itchg Attorney for Personal
dance bid will be received 'CIRCUIT. COURT
of coffee table consigned with the 'local Representative Eugene
to Fred Show Cote, Government Com. until 1 p.m. on June 20. BRADFORD COUN- F.. Show. P.O. Drawer

Ft. Walton Beach Fl, to prehenslve Planning Act 1984, 1000 NE 16 FLORIDA PROIATE 1030.;. Starke Florida. j

satisfy, freight and of 1975 as provided for In Avenue Building J., N TICESTARKE ,. 32091, (04)964-S200) ,
Chapter 163 of Room ,135, Gainesville ... ....".CP
forage charge, under the 6/14 2tchg 6/21
the provisions of Section Florida Statutes. FL 33601 All bids will be TION OF 1-3548: l:

4b( ) of Uniform Standard TO All Citizen, Taxpayers publicly opened and WITNESSES has RlT, ESTATE OF Open; I

Bill of. Lading. and other1' Interested read aloud at 2 p.m.. plication for ;I. ROBERTS REQUEST' FOR PROPOSALS
.Gator Frelghtwayi, Inc., person June 20, 1984 at the CEPTION for No. ;f known '0. FROM ATTORNEYS .
Carrier, You and each of You above 'address In the business services .... .:,I. Keller FOR SPECIAL f
..
ore hereby and conference room. Interested !;? -
6/7 2tchg 614PUBLIC herewith Stork.,, Board of PUBLIC DEFENDER SERVICES .
given :f'iOP' ADMINISTRATION AT OUR NEW LOCATION
is.: -,- ij-i I m -m. -- notice In accor parltes ,may obtain men on property I ;
- dance with Florida bid form and classified Th. six counties of the. '
RP '
NOTICE Statute that the City specifications by writingor described below administration" of Eighth Judicial Circuitare 3 Miles North on 'Hw y. 301
The Bradford County Council Brooker Florida calling Robert E, lltia, of MAYBELLE,
School BoardStarke, 3267',at corner of seeking attorney or '
,will conduct 'a public Facilities Service and Christian : formerly law firm to contract '
Florida will hold a Public Manager .' i
hearing at a regular Assistant, at Section 28. E Keller, with for providing '964-4126
Hearing on ProposedR.visions meeting held Thursday, 1000 NE 16th Avenue, South'Ronge 22 ., ,File Number criminal representation'

and N.wSchooled at 7:30 p.m. In the Town Building j, Gainesville, use existing -CPIs'pending I In,' to indigent accused who' ,
Rules:: Hall of Brooker Florida FL 33601. Phone ((904)) Circuit Court, for cannot be representedby ,
business services OPEN from 8 a.m. until 6
thru
p.m. Monday Saturday
6Gx4-4.09. Admission On,June 28 1984 to consider 395-11 05, Th. Department Th. ,Storke Boar ;" County, the Public Defender
to .'Klnd.rgartenl16G..06. ) amending the Comprehensive reserve, the right Adjustment 'Will ,': Probate ;Divi. Office, because of 'a conflict
> Admission 'Land Use to reject any or all bids, a public hearing at :' '": trier- address of of Interest. The con-
to First Grad.; and Plan to provide that land whichever I I. In the best J '' : '
:
regular'meetlng t' 'Come Check Us Out for''' Your
16G.4.5.36. Student Per. currentlydesignated by Interest of the Department 7:00: '' In the Auto Needs"
p.m.:
formance Standard. of the plan as Single Family :, and. State Room of Starke City ,;',,ittfO ,, (
Excellence on Jun. 18, be amended 'and 'Stat. of ''Florida .Tho p.onStr..t''; l .' _
1984 at 7 p.m., In the designated as Mobil. Department of ,Health Starker Florida,: 'on ; ',

School Board Room of Hornet the property of and Rehabilitative Service Thursday, Jun. 28, 1,984, /.' \ ....I:'

the Bradford County Richard A. Chrlstlson *. '. At',t.hls time all parson < SETTLES
School' Administrative and Betty Chrlstlson 6/12tchg 6/14 will be heard concerning '1

Office, 5d2 North ,Temple described as 'follows: 'NOTICE OF INTENT"N \ this' applicationas !

Avenue, Starke, Lots 8. 9. 10.: 16, ])7. 18, TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS specified In the coning .c.J!

Florida. 19 of Block 8, also commencing NAME. code of the city of HARDWARE "*
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Copies of these proposed at the NW cornet Pursuant to Section Starke.I '. Hardware STORES

board rules maybe of EV4 of Fractional' 865.09, Florida Statutes, .M- Gaines, Director ,
obtained at the Block 9 and run East 164 notice I I. hereby given Storke Board of' Ad jakt
Superintendent' Of- feet,'thence run South to that''' the undersigned, justments. Starke MON.-SIT. 17SUHD.T
Smith
flees, between 8 a.m. North' line of Michigan' Fronk H. Brown, Jr., sole. 61''': / US 301 J 1MFather's
and 4 p.m., Monday 'Avenue, thence run west owner doing bu.I.,... Li ,
through Friday, > along North boundary under the firm name of ,
This I. In complionc. line of Michigan Avenue S/W Discount Paris/Rt, -' ;, 1IchliQ' 1 t3LE !
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eypress" logs Into lumber which Is prized by architect, 'huildrrtt and cent months. .? <,*.:'.' ,tfrif ,w _> ; .:$&:>,
homeowners alike. Herbert ,Miller((middle leftl.loiidx pre-seleeted logs Into the'liiaderiuTierc: .
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1- prefer that elus ve'.natural dok''/, rc" nr*>io cut and harder to fins the*,..'O.ltbhtttiA AT' M'eQtB\ eYPl' Ift'Jefltltl l'a' AI .fId._Jtm hl1', '_{ +lteep''"" ,:
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woodsmen who make their living cutting and processing,the trees in and around4 youngster, j t III't'I'i"4.
Bradford County will readily tell $,, 'A", \ "It's in my blood I guess,, Thompson said ad: he carefully 'looked over the 56'"
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Bill the operation and began preparing the: huge saw for tnother: full day of
a sawyer at Sawmill in Raiford./'But hardest work
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loader and tell what and size hoards he'll able to out of
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any of regular Jogging When it's'dry like it has been around '

: here lately, the work is a little easier but when the_ rains come.it can be a real it. and unloadedmn
challenge. The logs are trucked out to the mill directly from the swamps

Mr. former huge stacks where Sapp and his helpers! pick the logs! they see that look right for
: Sapp, a professional beekeeper, set up his imill near Raiford two
years ago when he lost the majority of his honey producing hives to a chemical the saw. They Use chain saws to cut the logs into manageable lengths then a
that has received quite a bit of unfavorable publicity lately. Temik. ''front end loader hoists them to the loading ramp ul the saw,'which is set up

;.1' "We would take our bees down south to let them polinate the trees for orange ''under its own special canopy'. where Thompson rules his "',terrlt rY"'wilh un.

}' blossom honey',' Sapp said. "Then when they started spraying temik aroundthe iron"He's hand.particular about the do but he is whole lot safer to .
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the ground in the groves but as soon as they irrigated the chemical ended up ;
4 Thompson works various levers as the logs begin moving down the lining ,
in the flowers of the trees and the bees picked it up and took it back to. the hives. ramp I
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is queens. He works steadily and efficiently: as a huge,mound of sawdust piled beside! the
Sapp's mill thriving now that cypress is In'such heavy demand around the
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July celebration at the lakeside Community Center In Lake Butler beginning at 4 p.m. : ; ol 3:30: p.m. at the Keystone Heights '*. i-'. j-f ;;' < 'e I Ii

.Tentative plan Include political speeches, games and a community picnic. Definite Museum: of':Arts,end ,,$clen; .!?:p.A1exanderryBr.st: JPIanelorlun has "ai
plan are for a 43 minute fireworks display to begin at 9:30: pm.: Everyone Is welcometo ; ? ; '\}i i ; <." titled "Orion the Hunter" with music by refer Schilling,'J.orfCuc-Ponty.;
Come and loin in this patrlotlt:'c.l.bratlon. .{if ",' meetsand discusses aircraft each ;: ': ,Don Fogelberg..with LASE '., comp !t., protections| and special effectt f
s 'side' of the Gainesville Regional. Air. .. on Friday and Saturday at 9. 10 and 11 p.m. through,June.
Cheerleodlng. Clinic I. set for Jun. 8.12 from 12 noon to T p.m. at the Bradford High ;r for information.. ; ,? Is S2.7S for adults( and S1.7S for children(' located ol ,1025 Gulf j.ileln| I

School gym for chlldr.n grades K.1 I1. The clinic I. sponsored by the BHS Cheerleaders ;' l .' ., NOTE! all programs;with the ..c.ptlonjof cosmic"contorts, ; : are free with. "

at a fo'.J7.o'lh.! whole week -' -. x i\> ',\1 .*'" 1' Builee.on Monday and Thursday often admission- adults S2,chtldr! 4-17 $r, Fo more infdrmattr call I1--398-STAB.

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"ii ; .: ..... Club meets second Tuesday. of. ,September 30 'In the. Museum City Hall Complex on ;Klng' Street "hi' St.

Square D'ndng.'a' Beginning In June square dancing will be held the second ;'d1' <'''i':; clt In ><*ys'on4'H;; : .,. Foe more Information" l Call,."")-824-2874. ('"' "J'
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River State Forest, Just 49 miles northeast of ensacola.The .
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girls, about their environment. Students are grouped in look at timber forest operations practiced in a state forest.
I" teams of 7-9 per instructor; These students also learn basic:wilderness survival techni
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'f'. and-map contests; seining a stream for plant and animallife Anyone Interested in attending one of these camps this
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L One favorite excursion for the youngsters, is I a'night time and from the Clay County Forestry Division.
;f hike in the forest. ;, ; For more Information contact Bill Rutherford at 264873Xafter
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Saturday, June 2, was a big day for by Mike Anshultz and Jerry Hopper.
Teeball, Softball and Baseball Each child received a trophy for < : '
players in Union County. It was a dayto participating. Trophies were also :
remember for all these little given to coaches and team sponsors. '
fellows who played so big. There was plenty of food served designers '
TeeBall teams played against each throughout the day by the VFW and
other .determine a champion and cookies, cupcakes and brownies ,; ,
the Bulls went undefeated. The Bulls which were donated by parents.We "
were coached by Janet Jordan.
For Baseball and Softball, each would like to express our
team chose six "all star" players.The sincere thanks to the many people t; B t now 1/3 off! 'i
winning team for Softball was who donated their time and effort to # Q k
made up of players from Brooker and make this program a success. h ,
Dean Ward, Inc. This team "
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Mickey Bath. : Clark's Meats, Dean Ward Inc., .>
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and Borne players from Spires IGA won the All Star baseball game, ,I
(Top right) The TeeBall team who. took the high honors on All Star Day was ,
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fired A Starke police officer who was uruered Miller returned to work with all the facts in the case or how this Miller and another
last November Starke ,
was ordered back pay. department works." .
reinstated Patrolman N. B. "Sonny" Jackson
Monday by
an arbitrator
who found no basis for the firing in the "I am extremely pleased to be exonerated mind Bowen about said his he had not changed his went on trial in June 1983 on charges
allegations l by the arbitrator and I'm decision to fire Miller, resulting from the accident, in whicha
present anxious to be back working as a withdrew last Nov. "Miller signed l a release and Starke man was killed. .. Give A Father a Cake for Father's. Day
Patrolman Jerry Miller :32 was policeman in Starke," said Miller. is his retirement pay and that Prosecutors in the trial contended
fired last 'November following# This has been a long two years for the way it stands," Said Bowen. Miller and Jackson had been drinking jlM "" HMgFather I ,. ',1..'
charges by Chief Jimmy Bowen that me and I am anxious to get my life and racing their cars on US-301 when. ...
he entered the police station intoxicated settled" Miller said he was not drunk and Jackson hit} a car driven by AUlla G. 1 \
and.damaged: .city property the door was already damaged. Toth, 76.Miller. Grandfather ; t
"I have no intention of hiring Miller Miller claimed that ,Bowen had been Undo < Brother ::
Arbitrator Jerome Herns back on the police force,, said looking for an excuse to fire him since, '. was found not guilty of Cousin Neighbor ., Father-in-law'' ',
heard the case six who Bowen. "I do not have to abide by the Miller was involved in a traffic acck vehicular homicide, He returned'to -- I .
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sales was sentenced to five years in sentenced to eight years in prison: ._ : .
prison Monday, June 11. Lloyd Vipperman, Cauthen's attorney -
Darius Wayne Cauthen, 31, was ar asked U. S. District Judge
rested Nov.4 and charged with selling Maurice Paul to consider the help'Caulhen
four ounces of cocaine to an infor- had given authorities. "He's a Sunday.
mant for federal drug agents. done all Jhe. could do," Vippermansaid.
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Single charge of conspiracy to possess County September 8 with child abuse
with intent to distribute cocaine and while he owned a nursery school in '
testified in federal .drug trials in Keystone Heights area. The state at I s
Gainesville.. torney'dismissed the case in return 1 99 C>an .
One of his two co-defendents,. John for an agreement Cauthern'.would fS .., rje
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Bradford Man Victim DeSue Is charged with aggravated/ I The last man to kill himself on plea from the Death Row Inmate In .
Of An battery in the shooting of Rosalind Death Row was Stephen' William March 1982. & Mon. Heights
1 Apparent Suicide Pettiford March 27 at her home on Beattie on August 9, 1981. His death "He got his fair appeal and he Commercial Circle Keystone
A Bradford County man was found Call Street in Starke. was by an overdose of drugs ':. didn't win so he wants a new trial,"
dead Sunday night after he apparent Pettiford had a small hole six inches complained Lawrence A. Kade, Leon EXERCISER .. BMX Bikes
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I ly shot himself, according to Investigator above her right knee where she County Assistant State Attorney .
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Don Denton. was was shot by a .22 calibre pistol. "The law doesn't work that way." 10 Speeds
Paul Dale Brown, 26, was found at She was taken by Rescue to Bradford Starke Man Faces Steinhorst, 52, was convicted by a 3 Speeds GT, MCS24u
his Hospital where she was treated and County jury and sentenced
home on US-301 south by his Bay to die Diamond Back
1 mother, who had been out of town, remained a patient overnight. Additional ChargeAlton for the fatal shootings of Douglas & 26" Cruisers
i. about 10 p.m. Brown was last seen DeSue left the scene following the Lamar Moore Hood, 21, and sisters Sheila < ,\l Mongoose
alive Friday evening. shooting but later turned herself into 22, charged McAdams, 16, and Sandy McAdams, t
Denton said that Brown had the police. with faces grand theft on March 14 now 14. He received a life sentence for the. BICYCLE :l\ c ., Heavy Duty
reportedly been depressed over the Bond for the charge was set at additionally a charge ,of murder of Harold Sims, 39. ". 8 -
1 disappearance of his father. His $1,000. DeSue was released on her Deputy burglary Sammy of a dwelling Eunice., according to All four victims, from the Panhandle SALES. "f' 20irt
' \ father, Carl Brown, has been missing own recognizance. Moore is charged with city of Springfield, were slain REPAIR '
.f since May 14, and no leads to his entering a after stumbling across a marijuana .
trailer home at KOA in February and PARTS, "" BiKe
\ whereabouts have been smuggling operation on Jan. 23, 1977. I rr.. "" r -S
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taking jewelry, cameras, records and 7 __
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autopsy was performed the
by Death Row Inmate currency. Both charges. stem from ;.
medical examiner and it was determined that later in a sinkhole 125 miles from the
burglary.
Brown died of a self-inflicted Found Dead. in Cell Bond for the ,charge was set at Sandy Creek murder site. ",
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Pot Growing suicide.(June 11)), the apparent victim of Death 'Row Inmate, .r' Oakley Shimano and Helmets Comp III Tires
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Near Graham King, 47, was last seen alive at 9:20: Asks For Retrial w';*$,. .P Pads
1 > Marijuana plants were recovered "p.m. when he answered a response q ,
west of the community of Graham'last call," prison spokesman Vernon A drug smuggler given a death .. _. ..
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Friday, June 8, according to : Bradford said. "They have to come to Sandy Creek ? n."V-
Bradford County: Sheriff's Depart the front of their cell!and respond with murder case was convicted in the
I. ment Investigator David Aderholt.: their name and number and he did press and should teceive a new trial,
that." an attorney told the state Supreme 'C.LOSEOUT All 1984 '
There are no arrests at this time. on
The 92 plants were growing in containers King's body was discovered by inmates Court June 5. Ir .ll1
'r and in the ground along both at 9:45: p.m. Monday. King had New York attorney Stephen Alex .
,: sides of a canal in a heavily wooden slashed both wrists with a razor blade ander, representing Walter
area. The plants ranged three to four and had torn up strips of his bedsheetsand Steinhorst, argued that surveys show- DOUBLEWIDESPrices
feet in height. hanged himself from the bars of ed that the 97-member jury pool was
: Also seized were 18 bags of fertilizer his cell, Bradford said. influenced by widespread publicity' .
56 tall gallon planter pots, King's body was taken to Alachua surrounding the case. ,;
garden tools and equipment used for General Hospital for an autopsy. Moreover, Alexander said,. 20 prospective -
' the operation, all of which was hidden A native of Orange County, King panel members admitted
under a camouflage net. was convicted in 1980 of killing his that news accounts convinced: them of'Steinhorst's Drastically
Assisting Aderholt was Deputy former girlfriend, Peggy Jean Burn guilt '
John Tilley. side King struck Burnside several "Pre-trial publicity isn't like chalk Reduced,
on a chalkboard you can't just wipeit
times in the head with a crowbar on
August 26, 1979, and then shot, her away/' he said. Buy Now and '
twice in the head. Justices: rejected a previous mercy d

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I tBradfprd; State rriey.reports35'. : :nw casesthe : .. '1- ,

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Bradford office of the tate attorney ed guilty to grand theft placed on $ZOOO and Multi Mile
reports :35 placed on five yean probation December 26 for robbery, pled guilty
three
new individual
years probation with 60 days to to
robbery, sentenced to three
cases! and/or years r
felony
defendants be
for served In county jail. Billy Williamson arrested dealing DOC (mandatory), received jail
prosecution were received during the Michael Graham filed
a complaint in a controlled substance pled guilty credit. ,
month of May. Four of the new cases charging burglary of structure and to possesion of marijuana, tined $300. Garrett Pettaway arrested January
involved inmates /
in Florida prisons criminal mischief contest to j
pled no
George Crews arrested dealing in a 16 for aggravated battery and
Clark.according to Investigator Wiley criminal mischief, adjudged guilty controlled substance pled guilty to criminal mischief, dismissed victim 1 '
placed on one year probation, pay possession of marijuana, fined $300. does not wish to prosecute. r
Informations were filed on 27 prior $150 attorney fee, fined (300, must Renaldo Weaver charged with at- John Atterbery charged with first ,\
cases indictment.and there was one grand jury make full restitution. (Graham was tempted escape, pled guilty sentenced degree murder February 3 and "'. 1 Multi Mile Glass Belted 78 H .

dismissed by the Eight state cases attorney were, one hidden repossessing on property a car which unknown had to been the Gary to two Eaton years in DOC. with possession of a weapon by a state oad Hazard Warranty wos 758 u . . . 31,88P165

case.was dismissed by the court and property owner. He was charged with March 21, sentenced charged to two years sentenced prisoner, to pled life with guilty to murder 25, 80D 13 . . . 4.88 P215 75B 15 . . . 33.88
three guilt pleas were accepted. entering the property illegally.) DOC. years. mandatory P1BS 75D 14 . .'. . 28.88 P22575B . .. 36.88
Two ationa of probation were Otis Sharpe arrested August 16 Adriane Howard charged February Sworn complaint filed charging aggravated P215 75B 14 . . . 33.88 P23575B 15. . . 38.89
handled by the office and they declined charged with burglary and criminal 15 with aggravated battery, pled guil- assault and criminal
to prosecute four cases. mischief, pled guilty to criminal ty to possession of a weapon by a state mischief, dismissed victim does not Multi Mils Radials XL 'f
27: cases were received in misde- mischief was placed on one year probation prisoner, sentenced to 18 months. wish to prosecute. P153 80R 13 . .. . 32.88 P21575R 15. ; . .'. 43.88
filed meanor court 39 and informations were fined $150, $150 attorney October fee.19 John Franklin charged with aggravated Clyde Daniels charged January 5 P183 80R 13 . .' ;iV::. . 35.88 P22575R 15 . . . 45.88

declined on to prosecute prior cases.18 prior The office cases for Gary solicting Ferrazoli to commit arrested murder (the possession battery of a weapon, 'pled by guilty a state to with other grand charges.theft, defendant sentencedon P195'75R 14 . . . '37.88 P23.5 75R 15 . . . 46.88

and 16 cases were dismissed by the victim was to be attorney!: William prisoner, sentenced to 18 months. Sworn complaint filed April 15 Fartlxn. CarS.?lM Repair Brake SpecialftrwrlMt
state attorney.. There was one non- Whitley of Gainesville and a female) Roger Gibson arrested December charging aggravated assault, victim Front End'
jury trial and three guilty pleas were pled no adjudication of guilt 30 for possession of, marijuana and does not wish to prosecute. .pens. t Rvtor |
accepted. withheld placed on four years proba- drug paraphernalia, pled guilty to Sworn complaint filed april 15 Alignment Air Condition Service "..... .bu1 Ii PaSt

There were 22 cases for arraign tion.Clarence possession, fined $1,000 court costs. charging aggravated assault, victim $$7.9511I.. .. 7990W.
ment in traffic. Smith Jr. 12.95
court. Twenty cases charged by William Dempsey arrsted- does not wish to prosecute.
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were handled subsequent to sworn complaint February 13 with win chick tut pur if <
arraignment December 30 for possession of marijuana Willie Lee Jenkins arrested March Most Cm t Tracks .. Watt Can a Track
by the state office. grand theft-auto, pled guilty to petty for till .11III.
attorney and drug paraphernalia, pledno 25 for shooting into public or private
There .was .one. non-jury trial and theft, sentenced to 60 days in BC Jai contest to possession, adjudication buioldlng occupied, dismissed insufficient I- Wheel '12.95CORBETT'S
one jury trial. Three cases were A sworn complaint filed April 1, withheld assessed $500 court costs. evidence. rl Clean & Repair Bearing
dismissed by the state attorney and dismissed victim does not wish to pro Blending D. Hughes arrested Ronald Sedgewich arrested March
one case was dismissed by the court. secute. January'' 5 for armed robbery, pled 28 for grand theft, dismissed at request TIRES & SERVICEUS
There were four juvenile petitions Blending D. Hughes arrested Dec.. guilty to robbery sentenced to three of investigating agency.
filed in May. Eight cases' received 26 for robbery, dismissed defendant years mandatory consecutive' JameS P. Dougherty arrested April sot Temple Avenue Stork
nonjudicial action approval, said sentenced on other charges. time ,erved.David 18 for battery of a law enforcement officer Financing (Formerly Starke Firestone) 964-6438''
Clark. One case was dismissed.The Anida Johannes arrested Weatherby arrested ,dismissed Insufficient evidence. I .
following. cases were dismissedin December 26 for robbery, dismissed
May: Insufficient evidence as to this in
Henry Wayne Hart arrested March dividual. ; rLDRIDA Call street
3 for burglary-grand theft, pled guilty John Luke arrested February 8 for Lawn & Garden Center
to grand theft, adjudicated guilty 'defrauding an Innkeeper, dismissed
..sentenced to one year in BradfordCounty victim does not wish to prosecute. \ ____
Jail with credit for jail time Donald Perry charged Januaruy 11 '
served.,, with possession of a weapon by Inmate PEST
dismissed lacked prosecutivemerit. ONTROL '
David Moore, Inmate, complaint Nibs kRitAer
charging attempted murder and ag- aCNEMICaICf n
gravated battery filed December 11,
pled guilty to aggravated battery Robert Gustin charged with escape,
sentenced to seven years Departmentof pled guilty*and was sentenced to two
Corrections. years in DOC.Sterling 1 NOW. WID?
A Great
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Evelyn Hampton arrested January Peu h arrested February on a

2 for welfare fraud, pled guilty, pre- 22 with distributing a controlled, '' Its Easier Than Great Gift .
sentence investigation order, adjudged substance, pled guilty to marijuana HTMtasTriMMM2 -
guilty placed on five years proba- possession, fined $300. ; .20CE glMC
tion and ordered to make full restitu- Howard Stephens arrested April 2 = t Ever to Buy aNew :tsf7"paMi
.-, for lewd act in presence of child under POWER B1OWER
tion.Clayton A. Sumner arrested 14 years of age and lewd act in Tore. wuo At9l rap i >. '
of, pled no contest, fined '
December 12 for grand theft-auto, pi- presence
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i ; '. rBradford. Developei )125 MPH
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,, property soldThe .. : Bauer. Rear Wfieel.. walkwayik' patio, \: /" .
& :? drlv.i, van roof & '
Drive Zone StartingRec.393" .
gutter* Reg. 59"
largest land sale recorded in 17&18 of BI'eamwood Lakeview to ..'1Sale .Mm*
Bradford County during,, the ., past Robert Harris for $3,000. I F <1Si"PwaFro
week was?119, acrt\lo.4)f.Jaod sold by J. F. & lona A. Lavender an acre of t
BrandingIrott.;Inc. The property land near the Moodyvllle Communityto 12 &
,I ;.near Pleasant Grove 'was sold toM Fred J. & Pearl Dyer for $14,000. ,1600 Oeiy pir"-.-
Robert S. & Laurie I. Muffins for James P. & Barbara Sue O'Brien a I.Y T.I .ktoltalod
200000. lot in R. N. Dowling's Addition in -
Starke to Bert N. & Jean Hickox for r Tat Iaiadd aad on .1. 9 ...
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> Marilyn Riehl 2Vi SR-100 .. : '
acres on -' "" 'I, 4' '! "" ': NowOn 'f'A 'I : .cw.I !
f*south of Starke to Raiford & Nancy C. $32-,000.Nancy A. Maki lot 6 of Seminole '',.'. !. : 3.fg'p'.J>I. ,.. :- .1.\ 3'a' ... .'0 '..,...
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h' MA. iW J.-Bl Chamberlain for -- -
!.riot in Smokerise to cy Tommy gOOd H. & George D. Durand$95,000.five acres of landon i. .. .._.. .. .'.
Frances T. O'Steen for $15,000. SR-100 south of Keystone Airport to TORO REAR ENGINE RIDERS i ,,
'., Larry P. Katherine Herbert a James A. Gnann for $11,000. wllh'conf :.Fro WI' ."ON' Klt- ...I
parcel of land southeast of Starke to Anna M. Funtig parcel of land on Buy donc..ld.wllhpt'Ide..COm.lnan' < tee why _: 1.
\ Bradford Land & Cattle Co. for CR-229A, west of Heilbrun Springs to Iheseot.th"onIYrlde..gOodeno \for the name TORO. ... '
$35,700. Glenn T. & Laura K. Prevatt for __ For People' Who Realty Watt To
Sampson Lake Properties, Inc. lots $30,000. tone
I ':; Model 81155 Enjoy Their Backyard*

.. 32"Cutting Deck 11'HP __ _
,', Effective; Powerful block light lure motqullot
Engine I Key-Lectric and other flying,Insects. Electronic; grid: knock

v Reagan praises Crime Stoppers Start -2 Year Limited them out.Economical. ,

Warranty :Operate for permle a day:
|r ; President win the fight against crime..." '1499' 1388 '
; In a recent presentation Reg. Sale '
( harmful
vSafe No chemical
!,Ronald Regan had this to say about Crime Stoppers International Is an > iproy or to
Crime International: organization comprised of programslike damage Ih..nvlronm.nt. The bug-killing grid I la < $;
Stoppers
; Gainesville's Crime TRAC. These fully ihielded'. "protect. people and pets.ONLY .
'f"I'm r delighted to have this opportunity programs are based on the rewardingof '
to talk about the important anonymous tipsters who give Infor- 501 MONTH' -Efficient: Bug*fly In-they don't fly out. '
done Crime mation leading to the arrest of
work \.crime will take more than government Crime TRAC Is coordinated in and Covers Acre Covers V Acre Covers 1 Acre Coven 1V Acre
initiative. It will take programs for the Gainesville area, and i is one of Reg. 79.99 : 129:99: Re 1Vi
':like Crime. Stoppers...concerned over 400 similar programs in opera- 854999.99-9 I;
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s citizens working together with law tion in the United States and Canada. .W1THAPPROVEDCREDIT ,
'enforcement agencies to protect Crime TRAC is your opportunity to
' 'themselves, their loved ones and their impact this area's crime rate. Call "
a' communities. The strongest guardian 377-8722. Your effort may be-rewarded Complete Mower & SrnairEngine Shop Tune upi Overhatils Parts Repairs Call 964 545domplet f

against crime is the American people. Crime up to $1,000.TRACT: working for $ Pest Control Services Inside & Out Free rnspection & Estimates CaU 964 5145 .)
;Together we can make our you;.
;;neighborhoods safe. Together we can against- crime \
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-; Help for Divorcees, .

$''Widows, at Santa Fe

+;;';-,Space is still'available for the two-
day workshop sponsored by Santa Fe
f Community College for homemakers"who / I
I have lost financial support due to '
'the death,of their spouses, divorce, NEW 'USED ',&
''disability or separation., The ,

workshop',and Thursday.Is scheduled June 20 for and Wednesday 21, 1984, COME. SEE THE J8HOH7V BOY$-iolN] BALK. i, &: RAY HEPOSESSEBSPRIOG HOMES] ., :

:'from 9 .a.m. until. 4 p.m. at the -
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v The program "Focus on. the HILL Ef/fSJOTWOOO Gkadwiclc .
Future: Skills for Successful Living ,. BYR&maJc'i.

w''land)(charge Employment'-to homemakers'open 35.years free of of 24X44 r'V' ;. ;, ''. I 26x56' : OPTIONS' INCLUDED: ." .*; ;\A ;" : -y

'age'or older ..,..... .?.... ::: OPTIONS INCLUDED''' ..L 26'x56'' Shingle, .roof .& ',," .:. .) z : I,

.t'Topics: to be discussed In the twoday n' -_ -,-eR( 24'x44'\ :. Shingle/jroof r & 1 J"""' masonite deluxe siding furniture,. deluxe''.., ... (' :: rr ,1.. ,

session include tools for successful .' I r.;' masonite carpet, ; 'f Jf.:' Irli.1 : ,
;. living such as Communication' 'j'' o i.. siding' ,- completely, ., storm windows,. ,40 gal. .'1. '. ." '1 ,
Skills Stress Management and Goal .' ''f'hirriishedi j, .30 gal,*water .. ._; ,t water heater, fireplace j

;'cessful Setting,job aa,well search as, conducting finding job a leads.sue- '. .> ,, : ,; :. -- ,heater, frost free refrigerator ; ".L-r'"""' j upgraded Insula, -on. > ",; \

".'selling yourself to an employer, "::( & wired (for ceiling fait:, .. I.. stereo. : \ I
preparing applications and resumes ., .... r r8
''""that; employers notice ard developing 01& .
'skills' for job 'retention and pro- '.14,9OO 00' 2 3 9" 0 0 .. .' :jri
notability:
., Oilivwttf( A $. Vf 0livu.d Stl Up : i

:Hf The'workshop' is sponsored by Sani. ..-. ... -- .. .
.la Fe Community College (Women'sJprograrns i
and Special Projects) and Com out and checkout' price.Drive little, 14% FINANCING) ) AVAILABLE ALSO F.H.A &'VA $..R21:; --; N, Keystone Hgt, :f1. ,
the State of Florida Department of lot Our iee'tf to none. .t
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t Health and Rehabilitative Servlcea In :. ;. :
: cooperation with the Bradford-Union : lORN" BitOWJVHOME SUrke 31G PeilLagatouelatk' .l.j' .1;\:
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Union County Ads .' :1 I Keystone lights; Ads MISCELLANEOUS HOUSES FOR SALE '':io.<

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/ .t t, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Closed "WHITE LAKE"- at Keystone i
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WANTED : Heights. Builder-Owned home on's
LOST/FOUND :
meetings Monday 8'p.m. Open s
WELP. WA EQr;, '. ''. .,';, YARD SALE meetings Friday 8 p.m. Alanon. Monday beoutifuli'acr, *. 3BR 2Both. Grealroom.gomeroom >

VACATION TIME* I I. your secretary taking FOUND-Set of key found on ground 8 p.m. All meetings at Educational ; stone fireplace, 2-cart ,\ '
GOVERNMENT" JOTS'Thouhand,, ot Church 473-2790 workshop deck MUST SEE; t'
Yord Sol.'Jun. IS and Hi, 3 families; a vactlon loon or someone sicken outside Monitor office. Fit* Toyota On Building Community garage l'
must b. filled Imm.dlal.ly.SI7.63i Owner. "
vacancies < children' and adult' clothes, the office? I will fill In for you"Go cf'r.f.r.nc.1 Florida Farm Bureau key ring. Pick up or 4752130. I 1/3 tlnchg ?TQ BELEIVE dreomhouse. By \,
Jo'$50.112. Call 71'.842-6000, toys, 1.387-647V 5/24.6/14
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS No due, 4tchfl
Call 473.2898 after S0 at Monitor office. 2tf
Em. ,43623 2-pd 614.6:91"PROCESS \ ,. household Item, mattress," springsqueen fee or weigh Int. Open meetings ,,URi 2: BATH attractive home. Nice! '
5/4tfnchg ;
condition), p.m.
and twin sizes (good
MAIL AT HOME I $73.00 erll Igt.borhood.: 'i
Church
( per 7:30 Community
Tuesay's
CASE MANAGER! For "teJr.'for p.m.
many oth.r item 2 mile. S. on 231 community 4" well;
hundred No Parti fulltime.
} Experience >; the elderly program Planorlonge Educational Building Keystone Work/LltlJIty/Washroom. | 1
Start (Immediately. Detailsendselfaddressed pass 'Ken Tavern turn left on dirt and coordinate appropriate community LAND FOR SALE Heights 4732790. 1/5 rfnchg walk-up attic storage. Excellent op- ], ;
road. 1--pd 6/14 '.'
stamped env.lop. to BINGOAMERICAN LEGION HALL- Pott predation value $52,000. 473-3311 or
,PORCH SALE RAIN OR SHINE Thur, Fri, bated services for frail elderly senior *
C.R.I. 6092.PO. box 3149. Stuart Fl 47 .1507. 6/14-21 .
Bachelor 202. 5R-21 north Keystone Height 2tpd J' ,t
citizens. In
Social
Sot., 900-5.00: : turn by Clark' Meat Degree LAKE LOT 100 front footage on Lake
33495. 4-pd 614.75GOVERNMENT $16,359$50.553y Store- whit. house on right. Hid.-a Work Nursing or related field.:Submit .... 11000. Financing available. Saturday Bingo 7:30: p.m. ,Public Invited. FOR SALI BY OWNERt 1 yr. old.3/ BR, I'.(. ,

Now JOBS.Hiring. 'Your Area.-,, bed. refrigerator table, and chairs, application and resume by 6/18 to Clayl': 371.1339 after 5 p.m. or weekend. 5/31 tfnchg BA home CH4A, on tree covered on... i,

,Coll 805.687.6000 or. Ext. R-l 136. 4-pd coffee table* and 2 end table*. 1-chg County Council on Aging 604 Walnut'St. 6/14 tfnchg NEED MEDICARE INSURANCE! Call ChuckSalierwhlte acre lot In Keystone Heights area, ,"
Green Cove Springs, Fl. 32043. %\,
Insurance
6/7-28/84 6/14 ? Slot Farm $47,900. Call 473-7272 or 475.1387.6/7
Itchg6/14 ,'r Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights 6/14
Secretary/Bookkeeper for Developmental CASHIER AND CLERK Part-time. Able to 2tchg .. :.
473 7272. 6/7 4tchg 6/28 -
Training Program In Union County. YARD SALE _
work weekend and night. Must apply"In ,
and letters of reference- FOR SALEFOR NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE, Call huckSott.rwhllct. i
Send resume at Chevron Food Mart SR10021 I FOR RENT t,1U8
to: Industrial Complex of Rallord P.Ot, .' person between 9 a.m.3 p.m., Monday GARAGE SALI Setting out. Chrom. | State Farm Insurance, / .oJ
Ralford. Fl 32083. 2- chg dinette bed frames, lamps, floor and Lawrence Blvd., Keystone Heights 11i1
6/14
614984h ,. SELL OR TRADE 1954 CHEVY PICK-UP through Friday. tfnchg s ', f hanglns, sewing marchlnet,, old 4737272. 6/7 4tchg 6/28 !ANELLED OFFICE B RECEPTIONAvailable AREA t. nth
v Like new, must see to appreciate. Call June 15. Parking SR-21 I
clothes, misc. article, plant C.18 to Innc.q
.j FOR RENT 4962308.ufn 5/31 FOR SALE ,1"j. :V Crystal Lake, 4732341.) Thursday Fri. CARS/TRUCKS Keystone shops. 473-7707, 5/17 tfn '" two:
LAND FOR SALE Iocr. land at
WhisperIng OFFICE SPACE Suitable for medical
day Saturday. 4732341. Itpd 6/14 & BOATS off Oriel
Pines 10 minutes from Raiford
5/31 SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL PUMPS PVC EXTRA LARGE GARAGE SALE House hold \ flees, Available June IS. Parking SR-21 iff;

TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINESFOR $3,500 cash 43'.1933.pd pipes and fitting. Watnr softeners. appliance, dishes, cooking utensil. N. Keystone shops, 473.7707.5/17 tfn -uc "
S ACRES SALE and
FOR With
feENTi Union County Times, 150 some pin. Bryan Ace Hardware, Keystone Hgt., Electrical appliances, t-12"' B&W and "7." TOYOTA'long bed with topper, AC, '" noY ::
oak Good for home """
site.
Main! Street Lok. Butl.r. Phon. tree place 473-4006 5/24 tfnchg ,,' ': 1-13" BSW TV especially for travel radio. Runt good. $2,000 firm. ",,..
/ Located 1 1/2 miles off SR 121 South of MOBILE,HOMES ; }
496 2261 for Information TFN 4/1 .
AMWAY PRODUCTS! Call to place trailer or motor home. Tools, yard 4752581. Itchg 6/14
AVAILABLE JUNE 15th. 3 Bdrm. 1 Bh, 6:00 Lake Butler 4963822., Flu. 'Ira Gainey Call after order. Need extra Income? Call u your* for sprinkler, edger, clothe, shoes. 22 rifle 1971 CADILAC $395. 4732252. I tpd 6/U FOR SALE ,' iV9

house In good location Heal air : p.m. detail 4733671.510 tfnchg '"r and 22 pistol etc. Keystone Club 16' MALIBU 55 hp and tilt: 1150. From .tAU

carpet fenced backyard. $250 p.r 1972 AMBASSADOR w/tilt STATIONWAGONFull 1977 MINI HOME Mobile Trailer self Estates, 7th house on,, right. Friday. trailer. 473-2252 Itpd 614.Subscribed. NEW 14' WIDE M.H. on D.., Spring i OS:
month $100 deposit. Call 496-2731 power steering crulsamalic. Dual dual heat- Saturday June 15.16 Itpd 6/14 with I'vaL
Can be 560 contained. air 12% Lake. Large deck a wing. 't''>
9th call
S.W. Sf.
(. ). seen at or SWAN LAKE ROAD Just off Rt. 100'June
ver>lngs 4963766. ml. per gal. Good shape Consider $31,500.473.2252. tpd 6/14 t
MOBILE HOME ALL ELECTRIC 2 bdrm; pickup In trade 7995. 473-7139. Itpd 15-16 am. Itpd 614LAND .lei.dV2. ,t.Si
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furnished air/heat drive and SILVERQUEEN CORN Call 496.2503 Mr. '
private
R.I. Mann. 6/14.21 : 'J\I\ i
yard. Call 4962842. 1-chg 6/14 1 ARABIAN MARE and 4-mo. old filly. tse ttt .
1914 Chevrolet Caviller By own.rassume PERSONAL SERVICES > mi
One chestnut color filly 16 month old: I
balance non dow payment. OPPORTUNITYFrom in il.tup ,
PERSONAL SERVICES Block' Angus calf 6 month old.
Colt 496-2152 after 6:00 1
: p.m. -chg:
6/14 "73.4185.473.7417 tchg 6/14 $30010'j CARPENTER WORKi Remodeling work;
j DORMAN WELL AND SE"Tic'' 'TANK 1973 DODGE MONICO MOTOR Good OVER ACRE wooded lot on Alligator Lake Butler: kitchen cabinet and trim, carp.nt"lIIw'! "' :

1 Package deal; well. drilled water motor and good transmission. Body Creek. 150 plus feet on water $6,800 Percent 'Interest Vicki Reasonable price Call 473-4018 afterJAM2 I"

pumps,. n.w' Installation of' septictanks hot been recked. $125 tall no closing ,cost. Phone 1-466-3967' 10 Year Amortisation Call 496-2261 5-30: p.m. 1/5 tfnchg q ,

drain1 field and lift, station. 31.1923.1-chq 6/14 after 7 p.m. 3tchg 6/14.29 ffT: HIGH, WOODED, NO CARPET AND VINYli repair and Jn-Jjt,,, !;

Mobile home pole available. All work lONGNECKERS BLUEBERRIES U-PICK OR' '' Heights: ttallatlont. Free estimates Ten: year, ",,
I guarant..d call Tommy Dorman LONGNECKER BLUEBERRIESi U-PICK or WE PICK ON ORDER. Open Mon-Sat..B' SEPTIC TANK MOUNDS' Keystone, experience Call 473-4217 and ask for')'?' ,;,,'

273-2151. UFN 9/1 we pick on order Open Mon. Sat.. 8 o,m. 9 pM.; Sunday 2:30: p.m. 6:30: 1/3 to 20 .473-22.0 Craig. 5/17 tfnchg "* 4".
acre :
CUSTOM MADE Droprles, Valance and a.m. 9 p.m.; Sunday 2:30 6:30.Eorlton p.m. Earlton area and see signs; acres HANDYMAN: All kinds of home repairs:n.10J '\.,

Spr.ad call 496-22)9) or 496-3143 for area and see sign. 458-2483 or 468-2483 or 473.270: 6/14 tfnchg KEYSTONE HEIGHTS mobllehome repairs, and fix-up need.' see il'

FREE Estimate. 'S and W Enterprises.UFN "73-2702.6/14 tfnchg SCHOOL AREA Classified Ads No job too small. ,Minor plumbing?u3, :.
929NETTLES 'T've repair Cleaning service. Light haul. ?? \,

TREE SERVICE Tree removal and Broadway Call us at 473.7060 or Visit the officemodelat Get Results ing. Call Jim 473-3671) day or evening: owl1'

for pruning.sale. Call Also Thomas firewood Nettles oak 4963823.and pine ((904)) TREE SERVICE the GOLF COURSE on 21 at KEYSTONE 5/17 tfnchg. n1A' .J\;

ufn 12/22. Removal:. HEIGHTS. sag '
475-1890 el i iI

Trimming Jack th0 "
Courtnay I '
REAL ESTATE STRIPING Stump Removal) r I '

Firewood & Associates Inc. Lake Area '
,LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL PIECE OF PROPERTY rI)
If I don't have It. 1'lIl1nd Its Just Asphalt Sealing Striping Free Estimat Realtor Developer' BuilderAt Work'O.
Auto : .
ask JANE S. USHER, REALTOR. & PatchingVan 473.4732 Imported

496-2126 or 496-2903 .v... "Your Established 1970 the Golf Course Factory Trained Mechanics All ; .\
Slrmopoulot
Union County Realtor 8/04 tfn After 5 P.M., P.O Box 1354.Keystone Hgts Fl 475-1042-Hwy. ,,,
((904)) 473-3622
Keystone Heights 473.7060 imergency Service Mobile 1 ..
Write call for Information,
or Tune-Up to Major Engine
Rt. 2, Box 373 A '
Licensed & Insured Brochures. 8 Maps 6 lIfJOl

Keystone Heights. FL 32656 ?'
"'J;> 511 A
Starke Ads
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MEN AND WOMEN EI. HELP WANTED WANTED line
HELP
Rentals Available 1762TRAIN t a
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NOW FOR $ 'PART-TIME store help Apply Pep-0 620S. CRUISE SHIP JOBS Great Incom. potential Z 'avw;

THE CIVIL SERVICE;; \ 1 4QOFFICE per Walnut St. 6/14 Itchg all occupations. for Information .M
call 74.2 8620 362 6/7
EXAMS '. OLIN MILLS Studio's need temporary : (312) ext. 4lpd. .rte

SHOP N mo. help for telephone operators. Ideal lor 6WI
No High School Necessary,, ,
ai """t ARE NOW taking applications-tor 4UJIMAJHI
fi.f., CM.4.\7A4h. Positions,Star(jHIP1.! .,', I of' houswlve and forth.'heeding Also needing btloll""m".y; deitCerytee uJ firemoay".Muat .6e Mghl.ehooLt: .evenT
j ---- so
.. .:s i O'.14' IHOUR t 1'X'\ / : !60," .. person .....I'tW'"al'.dto..M' (,lft/l./ clWI'" I .O9*.duate, 18 years or older. Apply Cltyitt M\o,
e POST OFFICE CLERICAL > Bradford County and hove legible hand Hall, Merrill' Dee.'OINceJ"Muetrli'; I 'r DOJO?
e MECHANICS e INSPECTORS- within city limits. 6/7 Itchg .""1
Tindle
to Mr ,
Subscribe writing. Apply person
Thinking about KEEP PRESENT JOB WHILE" 2" BR 2 BATH Best Western Motel beginning OLIN MILLS STUDIOS need temporary s2;: I
PREPARING AT HOME FOR
.'"., Today I PRESSURE'DtvoecwG GOVERNMENT EXAMS Wednesday, June 6, after 9 a.m. help for telephone operator Ht&OM
.."" .. Housewlvet earn all the money you .nohneed
WASHING Some new option Please, no phone calls to Best Western
Writ. a Include Phone No. To: Uncle I Hoy'sMobile Motel. 6/7 2tchg 6/14 for vacation, bills etc Apply In' ado

Classified Ads Hot or Cold.are available Including National Training THE CITY OF STARKE will accept application person to Mrs Tindle, Best Western-, slimMotel

Get Results Houses trailers, no 'lawyer, Service Inc 'for the position of Grader beginning Wednesday, Jun. 61 ':):)MIl

aluminum negotiated .ettle. I Homes Operator through June 21. 1984. Applyat after 9 a.m. No phone calls to Best. we..

otor mant etc Con- c/o Bradford Co. City Hall, Merell) Dees Office. Must Western Motel pl.as.7 2tchg 6/14 t 14tl"
soffit have valid Florida Chauffeur's License, PART-TIME MAN needed for night work; '.U 815

FLORILAND homes, diesel-gas; fldentlal.lnqulrle., Tvlograph' Green Cove SpringsREA' able to read write and prepare 1,2 or 3 evenings. Must be depen'' bledabie

motors, heavy .P.O. Drawer A reports. 611HOUSEKEEPER phone 782.3660.6/7ltpd sl,. .4
LTY NEED LADY '.5. 7 days a week to stay
Starke.FI32091 284-5823
Wanted week,
equipment FHEEESTIMATES DIVORCE REFERAL ) : : one, day a
for professional'couple.. Must have with elderly man In Raiford. .3"1I87t.iJ .

964.7700 ) SERVICE175.22.)9 own transportation and references 6/7 Itch 9WANTED ', f|
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Melrose. 9648285.: call evening or weekends. FULLTIME Maintenance- ; '
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contact Steve Gay Communlttx'Stets

-Vernie 393 N.P.Temple Odom/Broker-Ave. C' & C EE \DQwi I I Thomas 6/14 Itpd son 1 Hchg Bank of Starke, 9647830. 6/t'' I',

Gill VACUUM Mini-Storage Q PERSONAL SERVICES' NEEDED! Carrier for morning paper, :000ooy

,FOR-RENT---- ooo CeramicShop i ., route Florahome and and Keystone area.Telephone \ ..m,,,.. I,
d.p.ndobl.'ran.porto.
-Nice home, 3 or 4 BR, 2 SALE Hwy 301-South-Stark IJ SEWING MACHINES' REPAIRED All tion :required, Equal opportunity 0 If

,BA, niclocaflon' NEW & USED V .MI......S.. of Shopping Center 11 makes cleaned, oiled,.ond adjusted. .employer. Phone 964-SI6S Florida?5 t tTimes
LAWSON; BLOG Call James
for $15: Work guaranteed. Union. 6/7
details We Finance Our Own 964-6020 3 Ml. S.of Starke on US 301 Strickland corner Morgan Rd, and PART-TIME NURSE to do Mobile Health" M

-I b.droQI1Ilpcottag., KIRBYS 5. i' FREE CLASSES & SUMMER CLASSES Hwy. J6. Starke. 12/29 tin Evaluations Starke area. Flexible
Hampton ; ROYALS CHAIN LINK FENCED Installed. Free hours, Good pay, call 904-396-5880onoVdO

-2 bedroom trailer\ city; For Aa6& U estimates. Handy-Man Fence Co. leave-name and phone riumber.. / 1W: ,
HOOVERS WE HAVE Reddish, 964.8559. 3/29 I ', '
limits, avallabl.,7,1 Wadnasday aftvrnoon-1 to 5 p.m. Owner Tommy tpd .Hl!

Lawson Bldg., formerly Call 964-4124 964.8767or964.8315 FATHER'SDAY tfn WAREHOUSEMEN ,with forklift experienced 'i-;
ELECTROLUX IN A SAFE HAPPY HOME! 'In Tile *
Lawson Meat Market JanetMfStarling NETTLES CHILD CARE Apply personTeal
walk
FILTER QVEENS) Open AAan-Fr. i0.5TuesBThur..1.9 toGaln."III. I St. 6/14
In coolers Convenient to .those going Carpet, 131: N, Cherry Itchg
some'equip--, Saturda/9a.m.. tot 1 GIFTS" :
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m.n'.bldg.ho.3..perat COMMERCIAL SEARS TREE'b p.m. versa.,468.142O.5/244tpd6/U.. from :/Starke and, vise-. .. ., 'ij, '. .. ... Jf.: ,J'

buildings could be used We repair all makes Realtor STARKE LAWN SERVICE: Call 964-6346 FOR RENT
offices. Retail' trod., SERVICE reasonable. 6/14 ttpd .

you name it. AI .2% Ac. il.OOOdn.S .. at' CHILD CARE All age, newborns
S Ac. land 301 S.,, owner Young's Ac. $2.000 down Tree removals STARKE AREA limited. State license, certified first MIMOSA,,MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK,,

will hold' mtg Since 1957 .3 A. Well A Septic. $3,300.A'.o' pruning demosvIng. 4 aid, full time only 964.5610, 6/7 chg, Mobile homes and spaces for rent.
-2 pldg Use one, Rent The Gainesville Sun is looking for someone tin sCHRISTIAN i I' Recreational vehicles welcome, Phone

ones 964.6918STATELY HOME-2 FIREWOOD with a.little extra time and a need for additionalmonthly : LADY would like, to babysit.To 4682912. 9/16 tfn

81''Ac'.' r fond, near 3 Miles north of front' OLDER beautiful ,Oak t Pine; 'income to become ,an early morning Inquire, dome to first\ brown blockhouse MOBILE/ HOMES FOR RENT:. One,, !mile
porches Storke
limits. Clean
from 16'W.
Graham, good hunting Stark fruit Free: Delivery motor route carrier in the Starke area, on Rd. 16 on right behind Cltgoservice city Hwy .
on 111iflj1. shady lot, tree, 6 \ .'C611468.1323. 10/07 tfn. 'CLEAN *agM
woods. Licensed A InsuredQuality Responsibilities include; daily delivery and station. Ask for. Linda. 6fUItpd '
and HOMES On3W:
pecan trees shop MOBIL .for rent.
WorkThomas monthly*collect ions. A reliable, vehicle ,and I '
S4J.OOO. Hwy16 W Close ,'o prison, .'Call- Q3
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home dayor
BABYSITTING
; D. Nettles refundable cash bond,deposit,are necessary : my anytime 4681323. 10/07 tfn.STUDIO'APARTMENT. '
REMOTE QUIET SETTING. !
So IIyauorsomeone you know has a little extra ,flight. $2: $.pat week per child. Call A'
496-3823 ,
Home w/)2x36) family ,Owner. 6/21 : Weekly, monthly
6/14 2lpd"
964-4839
a + room. Screened porch & .. time each day or.a need,for extra monthly Ins r Will BABYSIT In'my hom4. 'anytime. Dally rates..Palms Apartments. 2314"N. tenv> tae
481-4409 964-R170.v ( ''
alt at or
double cor garage, comet ,r..on.aMcElroy.. weekly. night( S weekends; From 'pie Ave. 7'38 tfn 1oA

i 537.750. DIRT newborn to 12 yrs By th. hour,,day of NICE ROOM with private bath. 964-60339m
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Sand BRIGHT. SUNNY ROOM with bath,
Opposlte -
,mp. pasture Fenced. 3 'Cots of tender loving gore. located at
'*" Stark Post.Offlc Ask
for
wells & 2 culverts $1750 ,Limerock PHONE ; : PHONE Olln Trailer, Park, for' more information Mrs:
04-44-e477 Lyons Must-,see oppreclotei, Atfor-i 4ft'-
Ac. M4Me< -colt 964-4539. 6/14 llpd A, ,
4 ; r Call me. dable';atesiVvO: MM
.afWI LAWN MOWING,SERVICE! We will mow
Jj if FOR SALE OR !RENT> like new 3 BR. t BA' '><*\
I 4681455.Hampton.Paul any sizelawn'" whether" is large, ormall.
((904J 782-3931 :ri, '
Union ,CB home with 2 6 acre. On Griff! IsfLoop.'Siatt "CCt
i Bradford or
Anywhere Irt
P.O.Drawer ,
JONES BULLDOZING counties 'adjoining Phone485186V e.S3qO $333'mo., 964.544SJ'a
qr area. ;
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.' ot tend us a card to George L. '
; AND LAND CLEARINGLet Hoyt & Sons, P.O. Box 116. Brook., FL ROOM FgR'RENT'IY'' ':Maid THE MONTHcW'SwImming' '. Cd$

32622.614 "Ii.IILL'S pool. servlce.i t2Ci

Us Take"You Back );J'j: SAW;SHOP Completesharpening *hgenelnclvdedRestaurontandloungeooM\ ,
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..;vlc.. circulaf hand, carbide/ chain on pr $ 'Utilities, IncludedS300 ., :
a 1I0UTU.oUSl: ,. and moFree.parking. Econa Lodge of tAtg
in History this Nugentr Jr" J mower blade hollow ground '
| Storklra 964.7600.15/03 If"
M. 1. JONES Jackson ,
Building %
STAAKEvI. ,32G.1. bafansed.; leave at >tna
Friday and Saturday. -\ NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS fat 4 IR;'
t / I' ,i '" 1"/20..2tcb( ''Supply,. Siork_-,Keystone "Ieight61or '. ""*
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BA apt.For more Information call Loft. ?
The !Magnolia Hotel located downtown Starke: take Butler, TFNchg ""
ContractingBulldlnq TO ORDER Door, windows, Butler' Ap,,:. 496-3141. Equal, Opportunity -
if GLASS CUT
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i* the eldest holer in Bradford County, .nd has-a.. Housing tf'7 dnchgUNFURNISHEDtIOUSE "''
..teJACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY
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lot of history that be interested In.Unfortunately Wiring ,: 9646078. Orderi also taken !In .take, on Kingsley LoVe .
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over the ,., ,
years the notef has ', Butler ,496-307, and .. ,y,.qi!!' round; no pets, $300 per:l"ont"'t
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Keystone
1 'Uem iWe"don'I'Want.Residential'<<: & USD. t fto.. e oc"or..-Hh.setingJStock.dflstt) l "
,collected many )unwanted !> ; Heights; 473-497X: 2,26 Ifnr ,plus $100lr!." }feposrt533' ;2"33. ;
f o i nay these Items: are antiques und we wouldn'tfor Commercial'Remodeling pond. 3Utt.tarke area FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS "" 6,0 1,2/chg/ 6 14"
dor iI 1379 sq'1':: on 3 acre*,,low 30'.. Storke area TWO BR APT Partially fC/r"l.hed..i
the world say they are} Junk So why .. '111 West Colt St. "",73037. .
thls' '" ", ,' *tllS90 >*lty and takeover payment on this J BR,1'P'rides ; '
M $100 aeposit.'Phone
I I +J t 4' y r" ; ) I1 month 964-4228
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y you decide when Jou come to our yard pale '; 'Fri,1 III 5:30: .
Open ,
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and1 Snttird.iv 6 ,rn. ;Friday ;;"tk VMobile I t Home Servke$',. lull bat_,hu ; lOT.J m.. p 'i; '' : ': ., Sat.'AMtlI3"M "> wt
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tH tturiky $::TOIiti7., : : : .100 AmP .'H- ':'H,2M> .,, :!'Apptq, Not Always ,
furniture ... ', ,, !J.i '' Necessary 'qdn month; t frame 2'1' bedroom t bathhouse
\\v stillirrrnr bed r..n1f.1I.. new and suo' IsSQ V ,ALTER WILLIAMSREALTY ., I' ....\o'. ( .
$150;::2 Bft opt.. 't1$.'.* both9648404. -
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iwod ninths', and a 'lot' more 'CALL I ,1 .
.nwntiott. The n.ile will bf'\n\ the g.inlen urea -1 ; .Inc. : DRINK? ", "Sl'tL',6/141{fhg .. "f'
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FOR SALE FOR SALE YARD SALE CARS & TRUCKS .1 MOBILE HOMES.
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IIAOFORD LIMEROCK SALESt 782-317). 1974 LINCOLN Town Coupe, run good'', SATURDAY JUNE Ul 8 am till 7 230A 197. DODGE OMNI AC, AT PS. good .
lowfey. 2/23 tin some run $1200. Tractor, Jacobson Wilson Rd., look for signs, 964-8161) go mileage. $2000. Coll alter 6 p.m., ,
fRAILEi; AND Vt-ACRE LOT In good con. GOlf course mower type PTo Hyd. 3 6/14 Itchg' 964.5876.6/1" 2lpd 621IS SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER, Hwy, ;
dillon. Fencen-ln backyard. W.II.I' pt. hitch nice, $1800 "".5184. 6/14 FRI. ft SATs North on 301 down from IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR $44 301 N. Starke. 964..... or 9644778. rWltltlJD: .
pum l'ond 'pile tank already down. HONDA 4- WHEEL Odyssey, $679. Ha Thonl's. look for sign 6/14 Itpd through the U.S. Government? Get the Com out and check out the bargains ( .
Call otter S. 373-4860. 9/24 4lchg 6/14 broken axle, a* I I. Pickup cob ove N.W. 25th AVEi 2 miles from town off fact today! Call ((312)) 742-1142 Ext. Talk: to Walter(Bud) Alvar**for a grar
|*M CHIV TRUCK Good farm truck. I camper, nice In.lde, $679. 14' Jon boat, Rd '16 W. Fri. ft $ot., 9-9, big Variety. 609.'3/3) EOW 7112 deal. For mof Information, call Roy REALTPHONE
$27) IQBO. 1999 CH.". 2 Dr.. 6 cyl., i $179. 3 Sunspot sailboats, w/trall.r, 6/14 Itchg. 1979 MAVERICK 6 cyl., body very good. Wells, 964-5764; after S PM, 964-S7S1.:
auto.r good tire., $975 OBO; 1981 $1000. at I 1..964.5184.WHIRLPOOL :3 FAMILY YARD SALEt Fri ft Sat., June and motor good. All new tires, $373. 4/26 tfn .
Yamaha 550 Maxim needs v.ry minor BATH Stainless steel, $200. 16-17..636 W Madison. 6/14 964.6365.6/71Ichg 10, x SO MOBILE HOMES 2 BI. excellent 964-7776
repair, $850 080; Freeiei mall chest Electric hospital bed. $250. Electric & SAT., JUNI 161 9-3 last house on ...- 69 VWt Complete rebuilt engine, good con::tlon. On 225 next to Gaskln Egg= -
type $55; 489-1941, Graham. 6/7 2tpd manual ho p. bd $129. Recllner. electric sent Rd No. 775, 6/14 Itpd tires, A>1 transportation $630 Farm. $3,000 cash call from, 9..j iii AR' 205 N. Tampl .
6/U w/alr teat lift like new, colt $900. SAT., JUNE IS. 9.2, across from 964-6974.6/14 Itchg 964-8456.6/14 Itpd 1 StarkI tMro4
IEAUTIFUL new wood constructed 12.: x Sell for $350. 964-9184, 6/14 Southslde Elm. Top player 1911 2 DOOR FORD FAIRMONTl PS. PB. 1972 MOBIL HOMI with porch and
20 building. Big window, larg door BICVCLESl Used 8 reconditioned, most househould bedding. clothes 104.61J41tpd' AC.37,000 miles, $2550,782-3307.6/14 carport AC, fenced 1/2 acre. .landscaped ** ;
'Ior.. .nt lighting, work bench. Ask *lze* and hopes.. New ft used part, Itchg fruit tree., new 17. 14 shop. have loVed this // lay
about or other option. $1595. Will service and repair*. Rick Salvage, 301 SAT. ONLY 9-9. Four family yard sal*. 19714 DOOR MERCURY ZEPHYRi AC PS $7,000 and rake over bal. $6,482 at Rudyard Kipling for 'years I
deliver. We (Inane..Call 284.3007 often N., 964-9184. Baby Items, houseworei, small appliance 302 V8 engine/ 66,000 mile, good car, $15(1. 9$.7628. 6/14 2tpd 6/21)
3 284.0737.6/7 4tchg 6/28 USED LUMBER for Sale. Damaged *, much more, Corner Water St. fISSO.'782-3307. 6/14 k h g }hope ;you will enjoy reading\

plywood. 40 pcs. 3/4" particle board, and Bridges across from city park. again. :
|1911 FORD CUSTOM FlOOi 6 cyl.. air $5 sheet. Also door*and other building Cancel If rain. 6/1411pd MISCELLANEOUSFOUR
auto- Iran.. PS, PB. AmfM stereo. '! material. 10 ton Trane heal pump air SATURDAY, Do Drop In Bargain. House, .. 'CetfliaoumlfwKm :
cruise control, .radials, two-ton. redwlopper condition. Package never used. $2500 301 S.,.Big Sale Inside' lout, Everythingmust MOTORCYCLES-
sharp. 40,000 mile*. $6000 < 964-9184.6/14 go to the Bar Walls Furniture, SOLID: YELLOW KITTENS Good I
will trod.. 73.3925.6/1' 2tpd 621SMAII" mist. dishes, bargain 6/14 Itchg '., homes, eight week old. 964-6773,604 @w'
TYPE BILLY GOATS $20 8 $25. I, HOMES FOR SALE THREE FAMILY SALEi June )16 & 17, 8 am 197 HONDAS 400 4 cyl., $450 neg-.. W. Market Rd. 6/14 Itpd '
964562.6/1' Itpd till 7 pm. Men, women., children, and' 964.8430.6/7 2tpd 6/14. FREE REGISTERED bird dog and mixed
USED 8 FT. 2 light florescent fixture, $5 baby clothe Bassinet, changingtable 197V KAWASAKIt KX new engine puppies call 782-3942' 782-9777..

Discount/ for large quantiti.,call '' FORECLOSED HOME-LAK' SANTA FEi 2 baby swing household Hems, chain and sproket*'and extra,Great 6/14 Itpdi rEaa' 'It "lurp four kadysus,.I! about8oKATIlwinethddaulloHtlneitsnyo. '
373-7923. 6/14 4tchg 7/5 BR, 1 BA. $29.SO0'Any: reasonable offer toys, etc. Want to get rid of everything coed, must .... Call Danny Peorsen, '''' '
LONGNECKERS BLUEBERRIES U-Pick or will be considered. 96450)0308 lost will sell everything cheap cheap 964.6453.6/7 2tchg 6/14 windshield" i WANTED 1f'1I1J.I! ""' ( )! : .U mm 4 lIVk
w. pick on ord.r. Open Mon.-Sat., 8 fin cheap I Come and get com real good It 10 HONDA CBt 650 with '. ::Dwt.nlU4' dut !'l&btin8"D'III
a.m.9' p.m. Sunday; 2:30: 6:30: p.m. BRICK VENEER HOUSES 2100 .q. ft. low bargain at Mini of America locatedon and 2 helmets, $1000 call 9647111. 1f ynwa( Ad ,n:1t.tird: S-
Earlton oreo and e*signs,; 468-2483 or down payment. Owner 'financed 10% S. 301 right beside McDonald' 6/14 6/141schgy, AXLES t TIRES TWO axle and four tires. Or bong ed abtutc "OIt' call"JIu(
473.2702.6/14 tfnchg Inr.413.3454.3/291In. '""*1tpd, .' Highest price paid. Gr..,,'. Welding) Orb/iq9 1 ....ttJ. 4I1"t.aNt"1f to ksaryyAkr
TWO SEARS MENS 10 tpeed bikes. FOUR BEDROOMS Den. large living room Shop. 301 South Stark. FL 9645007. tt.1entis. tao3atdnor! llC.tNwiICian'dram
Almost new Asking $80 each. Call and dining room. Kitchen. hot eat-In ," ,: 11/03 tfnchg --.. .............
964-4611. ofler 5. 6/14 Itpd bar. Newly remodeled tile bath, new ." BOATS AXLES&TIRES1 For mobile home. Olin's ft IT:1\\.".! ..andn et'"", ,ktdnamiy.urnuus
I IS CUBIC FT. d..p Ireeier, chest type, carpet and ready to move Jn'' Nice LAND FOR SALE, Mobil Horn Sal**. Call 964-5406.' ,. U'! yw/ant11nk-andwotptaktde.ugkteyotatltlg( "
good condition. $250. 469-1000. 6/14 shaded fenced lot. Pclced ,right. ':' ti 10/13 tfn1 rtfse Cf"INC1;.....,;a..T u"9htD) ...,uy
Itpd $33,500. Call 462-3998 alter 5. 6/14' TiNt 12 FT FIBERGLASS: fishing boat with 7'/t SOME TO CARE for my baby I Ins: my AM tlto.c two Cmpo.tJln Jut--. '
MODERN DINING TABlIt W/6 chair & ', 4tpd 709COUNTRY 1 AC: LOTS facing !leasonGrove HP motor If and galv' trailer $600. parent horn. 9 am to 3 pm daily. Call carte a.- t.6 : \. axle "'}1
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Rd. $3,999.: $400 down, $10 month.
a 964.7066.6/14 2tpd 6/21 ayes lNlot vut .......
china cabinet antique furniture HOME WITH POOL ft deeded 964.84"2.617 2tpd 6/14. O'lll
Call 961.5606.9/i5 tfn GOOD USED FURNITURt. One tt dt', .., u mr t t roken,
.V piece or u.. v < %
964-4419.6/14 Itpd Lilly lake access 3 BR, 2 BA,"'family SR-227-Brookor' build
THREE.! ACRE LOTS on house full. I will buy anything old. Call A4 ttoef ana tot nf wiwuwoni ut;taaU:
WHO TRUCK: CHASSIS 1977 cyl. 2 ton, I room, fireplace, separate kitchen, Rd. $2,995. $300 down '$55 a month. BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES '...8088. Mary Wilson. 6/14 4tpd 7/03 -.. n.........,
24000 BTU W*$tli.dncuv! "Ir: fond'tion.r < Located on 2'oi acre In South Clay Co. 964.5606.9/IS Ifn t\ ; "
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should be cent to City of Lawtey. P.O. $7 ,000. B Draws awt.y; FL 32058 by July 2, i I 3/3-6663.. S/24.4tchg 6/14 964-9606. 1/12 tfn f \ AIM U>C aiU -- ----- YOUR' Sportswear, Aiuituvtr brMtsut aworrtolxmt
1984. Th... may be ...n at City Hall In NEW DEVELOPMENT Approx. 'A'ac.. OWN OWN l.on.- ennAafxtwTotne4ourtovnIosg41Iruyarsg.t
I I Ladleq Apparel, 'Combination, Accessories ;V'II'*(anjarct; your Marl;axed IICf'\It
Lawt.y. 6/14 Itchg. YARD SALE lots, Paved.tr..b;central water$100 LOST/FOUND t : /,
National
AIR CONDITIONER 18.000 BTU. work dn. $79/ma. Owner financed. large Size star .Ad..Ll.K. I.it tJlM t.8ysn ..'
Lee, levi
Qoo 9 FAMILY CARPORT SALE All Item In Vanderbilt Izod. Ounn Sox Esprit FOUNDi One female red bull Rd. ctyt } w eo! l
also works good $25. May ..e at 368N. 6 ACRES FOR SAlEi Subdivision In part on .............
Cherry 964.6957.6/14 Itpd good superior condition. Children' $18.000. Call Brlttanla, Calvin Klein Sergio Valente, 100 S.Very gentle, 9645379.614 Itpd
DO DROP IN Bargain House, 301 S.. Must clothe, tool, tire, furniture, appliances Lowtey.1-3)2-772-0107.) Asking 5/31 4tpd 6/21 Evan Picon, Claiborne, Members Only ONE GERMAN shepherd puppy In area' tf atnt4l c, 1J.,cv wd.. dkap..npurviv'htlOrwalkwt
..everything, Inside B out. Furnltur. book, record, glass, dishes, GOVERNMENT LAND-SIS An Acre Many Bill Doss' Organically Grown, of Vo-Tech Center In Stork Wearing I< .nor toes tie _toelk?
& four drawer fll. ca ih.., Bargain and hundred of misc.llonou items. lots availobl Build a F..tur.I' Call' Heolthtexiij 300 others, 7.900: to collar and In good health.Call 964-8643 r11rdo"tnqu loJ t M obuLtet-.luriMN.xrntkx
Go from Stark US-301 airfare, training 964-8451 after 3 6/14 t wit1&; "" witf'B"
south Jtchg
$24.900 Inventory
Galor. 6/14 Itchg on to 569.0968 for Info. '/31 3tpd or p.m. .
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WOOD COOK STOVE Hal oven and double ; Hampton Oaks, S.W. 16th Ave. 6/14 'r fixtures, grand opening 6/21 .wtawa",
bread warmer tall 468-1499, 2nd house on left.. Saturday 8 noon, 1 1/4 ACRES on Hwy. 16 East. $4000."10 SATELLITIANTENNA'loughlln ((612)) 8886555. Itpd dealerships 6/14 'Yner'"b dt&p1 jstyoao Fortis and tw t6.eti kt(t;
SAT., 10 AM 2, PMt 2 couch., I
Hampton. 6/14 t percent assumable loon. Call after 3 ", /ktdwkichi.awrs.yw k. f sm s.n)
I restaurant table refrigerator wood available.; No experience required. ; 1
flMNKUN WOOD.HEATfRl.Open front. .(,.. heater, (unk. 301, 1 block south of 225In pm. 782-3949, 6/14 2tchg 6/21 Dealer cos for complete unit,a*low d' NOTICE ,
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.v.r ban ue.d5275.964r7512" day., ,f'< lawtey.,6/141tchg, :. .399. Ro '1?5. 'CAll DAY : inJv J. .......\.. ._........ ptAIlFtIr-/1)_r'. L.-. ,4 ;. :._,t JW.
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6"" rfnr'O v'qqA' *telein' .(i v |I'" oul fWO rAMIUISt,10 'onvisa.pnw Children1' ; J...SSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted 'r
COLOR 1V,1594bad.upHN.st' < 1d Stork., > clothes, toys, books, and other COMMERCIAL PROPERTY .FLOOR OP.ORTUNITY'Oltrlbut. I
Truck Slop, south of Stark 9648212. household Item. 401 S. Epperson;x>lf RENTLEASETWO .rs Wanted. Notional' to the Bradford CountyTelegraph ,
11/24 tin 100. 6/14 Itchg mOnufoctuiUr,! of steel from. home I I' office In writing and paid In .ore now bWerngAppralsaf -
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MOBILE HOME SUPPLIES Window. & MOVING SALES Saturday, Furniture, seeking representatives .
door, 'plumbing and alec 'supplies; toy, applances, clothes, dishes, antique STORY DEPARTMENT STORI areas.lo market Ih* hottest Idea In established TELEGRAPH with this STAFF office.THE CANNOT BEHELD .A.. ..
also furniture: BARGAIN CENTER. 1 *. BV7 MacMahon St., behind Pino BUILDING > block from City Hall homebuilding low cost energy efficient FOR MISTAKES 'VIN'NGJ' I ,
RESPONSIBLE "VIHGQA.rcJIf e14IN
.AVI.NOUFlAW..411
mile South of 3/01 tIn ft. each floor. and multi-family design
Stark Hut. 6/14 Itpd Starke. With 3720 sq. on single CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER ItIACOONIfN+t41J TQMMVCIMSTAN %4431.MARIN1.OOm .
UMCO RIDING SADDLE Look* ">ran new, used very few time. Call Ill ? Lost of everything all shapes and .family homes In Jacksonville or Proven concept: dealer training and THE TELEPHONEDClassified deadline ,Is TUESDAY; "Ay'/MWIN..tHI/ 'oWl'1I OOCIGt.A..J',
964-7912 $229. 6/7 tIn .11... Everything must go. Adam Gainesville or other Income property. support. $3,950 refundable Investment JOHN 4A1IIGI'Oir0 R229'
publication
NOON Thursday
/It LIMOUSIN H.rdford Bull. 17 monthold. Street next to Lawtey Elementary First Clyde Simpson 1119 Bornett Bankk required. For complete Informationcall Minimum prior charge to Is 15 words'for$273.
Halter Broke.. 782-3191. 6/7 2lpc 2 story house on fight passed ball Building Jacksonville, FL. 32202.. Mr. Bruce at 18004335555. 6/14 then 10 cent for each word thereafter,
6/14 field look for signs. 6/14 Itpd 904.35tJ.684'l. 6/14 3tchg 6/28 2tchg 6/21 >.. -. .

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100 Amp $145 I SYeor$9milliondamageto Amp. $260
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owners policies 'for Complete Installation Survic* AvailtibloAl .Stark, Florida
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CoIl '".'271 -- bath. CH&A Carport, Room,, 13.5: % 'Steer.: .".". .100 lbs...$8.40
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10% Sweetena ..I. .50 Ibs.S5.2S1O10.10..fon.$152. '
Monday" r Saturdey Home Sales Carpeting.y, You Pick 65'cents a i

JMankoninip Elaine M., OHn, Agent PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS On Your LotStarting I l Ib. We pick 95 cents Ammonia nitrate. . . ibn$195? '

964-5606 At d 'lb. Open eVeryday -. Barbed Wir. . . :roU$24.95! .

8 a.m.6p.m.. 3miles ', field Fence . . ,roll.$69,95 .

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.8 Different) Plant of Financing 496-3935.. 1. i
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64.7299.. GrIHU ,, FREE LAKE CI1Y. FLORIDA. 221'La'Qy.tt. SMon.
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mlU N. on 301 (''')05.8216 ,. A.M.'TO 4 P.M. I *HWY 301 I*, with;'; large;house, cepp.x11 berg ,
t .. ". Lake. City 1 JUNE::14.t: 15, 1984 NOW IS tHE TIME! to start that .. .;:*"you have always wonted, Country:: Grocery. ,1
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i 31ZB homon9ocres. TfWMSi, CASH CASHIERS CHECK COM, I '* PACKAGE DEAL] I,J t with mobil. ham, only' $18.000. t "I.r, <;,

MH hookup, pecan grpve. J "?ANY' CHECK., WITH BANK LETTER QF LARGE Bit from house with.2 bath 1Df\.1:96|: A, In town. with beautiful, ( trees, ,,,< ,
t pas tur 951.000.f3273 CarpetCleaning illl $ Sltotohprd" ACRES south Stark.. '' '' ; \ -t "' :1 -
( CREDIT. NO PERSONAL CHECKS. OR CREDIT 3 ql
,tM. ,$' BA.,, brlch.grenhou RoOM 1' 411 I isAvilaM. MADISON ST. over 18 .q'l h.. nice house with many extras., \. !1; '
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*. plu otr *All. YOU NEED is you uitcase tq mqve In this\ brick house, completely
f fencd< animal stall.63000.f t HaH) .lit Deposit of' $30oob: p. Auto or P.U. may b*mad* at with 4 oerei'or' land,',Workshop,'greenhouse, large storage and other.', .. extfos. ,

t Slil ERMBON.'. I 11 A'allabl I.>, Sal.Tim. Balance be paid by 1 P.M. Monday' June- '*WELL BUILT 2 BR..,':;; BA'walking distance to "or.'.'etc /0.'
g 1357. .99' oc. homeslte, (hop. ', : If, 1984. or you FOWtTT your Deposit, I I *6 ACRES ..>iih older frame house. Hwy. 14.W, -" ." ;5 ,<' O ;

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M. Knight "All those who were privileged to passed away Sunday, Juno IU.,fojlqw-*
Eyder know her.share your great sense of ing an extended illness, ,,' :'Jv,
Mrs. Eyder Knight of Lake Butler, loss. We will miss her dedication to Mr. Brown was born pnd raised In .
died,, Wednesday June ft In Madison, her community and compassionateheart. Bradford Count,)"'and attended W'aI I
: GA, after an extended illness. ." schools.: He was of the Baptist faith: -
Born in Metcalf,GA,she lived most "With time's passing, I pray the lie Is: survived by his mothariMary i 1
of her life In Lake Butler. many happy memories will replacethe Mullins of Starke; his! father, Carl
She was the daughter of the late Mr. sadness you are feeling during Brown of Starke; maternal grandparents
and,, Mrs. D.F. McDOnald who were this! difficult time. I join all Floridiansin Mr. and Mrs. Griffls of
pioneers of Bradford and Union coun- expressing deepest sympathy and Kaiford; his: paternal grandmother', Western Steer will treat .. STEHKHOUSE
ties. She was the wife of the late J.D. gratitude for the legacy of love she Martha Brown of Starke. viy"J : '
Knight who was a former tax left all of us." Funeral services were held on ,/11mgh't/ this Sunday.
assessor for Union County during the Mrs. Jefferson is survived by her Wednesday June 13, at 2 p.m. In the -
1930's and 40's.Mrs. husband, Thomas Jefferson of Lake chapel of the Archie Tanner Funeral US 301 S 964-8061 Starke
Knight was an accomplished Butler; four daughtersMary F. Kim- Home with the Itev. Kay Williams
pianist and a housewife. She was a ble and Sandra Jefferson of Lake conducting the service. Burial follow
member of the First United Methodist Butler Ruby Wilkerson of Alachua cd at the Santa Fe Cemetary under
Church of Lake Butler, a member of and Thelma Hall of Miami;.four sons- the direction of the Archie Tanner ,8 oz. Choice.
the Order of the Eastern Star and a Herbert M. Jefferson of Jacksonville, _Funeral Home.Card .
member of the Woodmen of the William Jefferson of Starke Thomas 3 III DElE
World. She attended college In Meridian Jefferson, Jr., of. East Orange, N.J., of Thanks! #
MS, and taught school in Jennings and Solomon D. Johnson of Bowie, '
We wish gratitudeand '
to
FL. Md.; three sisters-Marzella Jones of express our CompUU with chalet' potato; toast
Mrs. Knight is survived by two Lake Butler Thelma Jones of Los thanks to our many friends who .
Salad bar and bmrag
have been so kind in forms of words?.
of
sons: Dewitt Knight Jr., of Madison Angeles CA.. and Janette Ivey flowers food, and thoughtful
and Fulton Burnett Knight of Miami three brothersNance express
GA, ;
sions extended in the
to us passing of "
Wheeling, IL. Two daughters: Mrs. Webster and John Webster of ,
our loved one, Mrs. Annie D. Jeffer $5.99
G.O. Turner of Tallahassee, and Ms. Jacksonville and Keith Webster of
son. A special thanks to Mr and Mrs.
Sydell Knight of Chattahoochee. One Lake Butler; 25 grandchildren and Ken Fuqua and the City of Starke. AH for
sister: Mrs Rhona Mixon of Miami; nine great grandchildren; three aunts William F. Jefferson
one niece: Ms. Dorothy Mixon of and one uncle three daughtersinlawand and Family -
Miami; eight grandchildren, and five two sons-in-law: five brothersinlaw -
greatgrandchildren.Funeral and five sisters-in-law; and a host
services were held Satur- of neices, nephews, cousins and sor-
day. June 9, at 2 p.m. in the First rowing friends. Norman's'Mar
United Methodist Church in Lake Funeral services were held on et
Butler with Rev. Louis Leigh officiating Saturday, June 9, at 2 p.m. at the St.
Burial followed at Mt. Zion James AME Church in Lake Butler
Cemetery near Lake Butler under the with Rev David N. Shakespeare of- U.S.' 301 South 9646071"The
direction of Simmons Funeral Homeof ficiating.
Madison, GA.Annie Internment followed in Fort Call
Cemetary and arrangements were Country Store For More"Open
D. JeffersonMrs. handled by the Haile Funeral Home in 9-7
Starke. 9-8 Monday thru Friday Saturday

.Annie D.Jefferson,64,of Lake Compare Our Prices & Save! !!f
Butler died on Tuesday, June 5, at Kathryn S. Newman

home after an extended illness.A Mrs. kathryn S. Newman, 84, of
life-long resident of Union County Melrose died at her home Wednesday
Mrs. Jefferson served the com- June 6. pNASr
munity in many ways.She was a long- Born in Clearfield,PA, Nov. I, 1899,
time boardmember of'' the Union she moved here 12 years ago from ,- BESJ' i.STEAK'
County Housing Authority and helpedin Newberg, MD. She was a retired civil
many projects in various dviccapacitieS service clerk with the U.S. Govern-
including those connectedwith ment and was a member of the
the Suwannee River Economic Melrose Women's Club and attendedthe
Council.An St. Williams Catholic Church.
active member of the St.James She is survived by two sons,John F.
AME Church, she was a member of Newman of Savannah. GA, and rod's''
the Board of Stewards,Stewardess, a William A. Newman of Rockville, FLORIDA GRADE A PREMIUM
member and officer of the Senior and two
MD four grandchildren
Choir and served as Church Secretary greatgrandchildren.Graveside; .
for many years. funeral services were
She also penned the Social Notes held at 2:30 p.m. Friday June 8, in FRYERS 59Ib.
column for the Union County Times the Eliam Cemetery in Melrose,with ,
for many years until her illness made Rev. Michael Williams officiating.
this impossible. Jones Funeral Home of Keystone FRESHFryer -
Governor Bob Graham, who appointed Heights was in charge of arrangements U.S.D.A. CHOICE
Mrs.Jefferson to the Housing .
Authority Board wrote to her,
daughter "It is with deepest regret Paul Dale BrownMr. SIRLOINSTEAKS
that I learned of the death of your a .
mother Annie." Paul Dale Brown, 26, of Starke i ecist Ib.g Zr

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surprising Jump in actions
usage last winter, combined reduce elec
t higher fuel oil prices will raise Hawk,Direc
tric bills this summer for Conser-
customers Beginning with ; i ut the
k: atl readings June I, the fuel usage How
the bill will increase$3.37 to$* and what con- I
1,000 kilowatt hours (KWH). > are the
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,t r'Y '} 1 t-1? ( {,rS -f'V''1tt --, { t'1 .lh ,t n' 4r.Nyi1j "t +Lt ,'y ,7 'rtc the total bill to $8.31 excluding\ U offering
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Irr r crease was approved by the !
Public Service commission in
hearings earlier this month. '
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t tf usage in the first three months Homo Energy
Y li year combined with higher oil : which of
II st and the additional oil needed to low:cost
t that increased usage and! FPL
'S S S an $88.9 million -
fuel costs for the quarter," htuher'I' customers:
spokesman said. Of this, in the! bill
$74.7 million applies to even out! the
customer." billing does
More than half of the bill on
costs were due to higher not just
usage, 'requiring Borne $48.5 the latest,
for additional oil. "While usage
retail'customers was up y be a money-
six percent over projections some' high-use
tial usage rose even higher, ': providing a
Union Countians at AT with G31st in Mississippi ing 7.5 percent over pro ection electrical use' .

These ri Union Couiitlanrt jouueyed to Camp Shelby,, Mississippi! ; in May Haul row, I-ri' Specialist( 4 ;' Private 'First' Class j.dWIII'd: spokesman said. "Customer !
to participate in two weeks of Annual;.Training with the mt: Maintenance: tuhimlngs. f Private Joseph Jenkins,. Staff I Sergeant. .Bart Tanner was relatively stable over the and other
Company of the .Florida. National Guard :Spfflalist; I Leroy Kt'lth., Sergeant First ClasH George Green Ixt l.leutemint \ increasing only one tenth of : ,on energy-
control
help
Dennis Roberts d3rd cent.! I
They are; (kneeling) Sergeant John (hi klns.. Specialist ISUch'IIt'1' <': row l-rr SrrKant Dale HardM., Private Thomas\ Dlxon. Staff Reduced nuclear your loca'
lockt'r. Staff Sergeant Jimmie Thorn. Sergeant nudelY.8ronghtont Servant Henry TomlhiHon. $pecialist(4'eih'ie. Warren, SIl'cla\lllt.1\ Paul' higher costs of natural gas Line \
Stan Sergeant"Jumes Lee, Private First Class Larry Fleming.: Meute-i'; While; Sergeant John llowrll. 'y'"jl ; tributed to the fuel unde (Broward:

nant Richard Rising Specialist Johnnie ..Andrew .,, .; !fj IWot!II) Pictured Stuff. .Kergeunl; Hubby.Ilandlcy,. unit, Sergeant Joe Wilson. for the three months (Toll-free I
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Aid in l Fishing ;: "; { S By Bill'Bro.hor. '1'.'? who estimated they would earn less in People in these groups will receive Those':,whose 'have changed, and I
p : if have 'I need to to Social Security can '
their report
FUld. .pr..n'allv. '.- 1984 than in 1983 those who plan to a letter asking plans
,' In!! a major effort to prevent debt" Start getting retirement checks this changed since they last notified Social j do so completing a simple form
Many of Florida's sport and commercial terest/' he said. ""Once we can docu- Social Security i contacting: people year, those who earn over the exempt Security. Many estimated earlier I enclosed with the letter People who
fishermen catch,fish on artificial ment how artificial reefs are changing .* on,tie/ rolls who are most likely. to amount but still get some benefits, or what thhyexpected to earn in 1984 and I did not get a letter but who want to
reefs. Little was known about ,-we Can begin to predict changesand .become overpaid. These are people those who receive dependent benefits they will be''asked. If their estimate r I,make a report can do so by calling or i

how reefs attract their catch though build better, reefs", Halusky said. whowere,, overpaid In the .past,' those. that ended this year, has changed. writing any Social! Security office; t

;until recreational divers 'wen ,No! ...- I

'organized and trained to help rind out. . .,
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technology in the United States is just
beginning to leave the era of taking) Terwitlegar Motors '
stuff out and dropping it and entering e a0 o On
the'era of placing reefs for the best GOJije.)

fishing*" said Joe Halusky, a marine ,
agent for the Sea Grant Extension c


Program Agricultural Florida's Although Institute at.several Sciences the University county IFAS of Food).govern-.nd of Your Deale C1J F c= I t"L\I: '


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reefs,. located four tq 20 miles off the ', ( 't ,; .. I
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ped. it's usually never seen again/

""said good way Halusky.to objectlvley"There hasn't judge their been ef a 599 We have. a, Million 'Dollar Inventory. in ,Used Cars & T):ucM.... ,: \

Fectiveness or even find out what they bj will; $ave thousands of dollars over the new car .price., '
look like on the bottom," he said. : ., '. i You ; ,, ; i
To get, those answers! Halusky j S "
T began training recreational l divers '
,,about, five years ago. "The divers, .4x4 : "
Ranger "
,were, going out there anyhow" he 'i i
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/:said: with Sea Grant support. and' SP RTS" LUXURY
assistance from many university acrd $ 8495Bronco

-agency-based': trained 63 divers experts!! in Halusky Daytona has, V-615 Speed :1984 'Caniaro Beriinetta ,si o 495 1984 Lincoln Town Car '.$15' 9'95

..Jacksonville and St. Augustine. The98hour T-topj;fuU Computerized, .Ist '15,495 lu, list '17,495. . . : . ,
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course spreads over seven II' "'
i ,months and provides classroom,' 1984 Che vCamaro $ UOSJD 1984 Olds 98 Regencyfj ''' 95

'>.; ocean and leadership' experience/ Drivers E.d. 300 miles) Red. 590 miles; LItM0.995 . ... 2 and 4 Door, Ust, .'15,495 . : .. lft.,.f"
The training teaches: divers how to ( '. .
From
1984Audi5000"S"ie Choose
collect data and record what they see... console 49' .3 To
'i-': For! example, using/ compass auto, air; ,glass, gauges 4,600 miles Ust '21,495 .1 '83 Lincoln Town" Car '.4 Dr

,:..fiberglass measuring tapes' and ._ 1983 Deleorean .
underwater >
slate they learn $17 .295 '
:plastic 11,695M5.D
V mapping techniques a difficult task III- 6000 miles,.5 speed, liat21,495! v,.? 1983 Ford Thunderbird .$ Q"7OC ,

in waters with vlsiblity usually l ; ( s" 1983MustangConvGLX "" Loaded, List'9995 .,. .,' ... ..... O'f *IU I
"tp"i $ + :
less than 20 to 30 feet. 49
;"limited As an to incentive to 'apply their .' 1 .. Loaded, List( '.12,995 . . . 1 I 5 1983 Cadillac ." ,s'4 JjOE

*. !'.knowledge beyond training,.Halusky 1982VetteCollector' Ed ) 4 Door,.Llst,15,995' ;; .:. v. ':: ; ,. ''' I ,fl5l3;.
divers to form non-profit ,, ; $.16 7'9'4 ( t. ;, .
p -encourages (4x4)) : . .". :: 1982 Cadillac "
','..'organizations committed to long-terra '. : ,' Loaded."List" 1,495" : .. ; ''SpeciaIPrice.dl i' I I
>, reef monitoring. "This, allows divers '133" W.B.;,351 ".4 Speed 197"IChev. Convertible Z and 4 Door -, ,.
of their diving ex $2495 ,
.v,to write off some . ... . . ; :
"s penses while helping to" get the aux'.. 'fuel, alr'glasx; ; tilt' cNlseRedWire' Wheels. ,", fAMILY ,,
'gathered;: information backtcfishermen 1984'MercuryCougar ,
buildersand their $ $9895 !
.." "reel he said.' .: l' l '1995 Xfl7Uat '10,895.t, ,,... . ... ...,. ... '., S
community,
Tercel
1984 Wagon ;
Toyota
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'. ,, Although years what of observations materials and will i I '-: Dao49,000- Marquis '. $ 11,995 Auto; Air, Stereo, List '9995 ,'. . n $8'79' O ,
,be needed to find .
..4 IRihs JJlst'1 ,295 ,. : / ,. ''''
the best for attracting ( \' \J.
reef shapes are '- 1984 Ford Tempo
'and producing fish, divers already;: ; r . $669"5' t
4 Door,Auto.Air.List 7393 .
made interestingdiscoveries .. ; i : ',,, '
have \ tlt. .M: //W f
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:: Halusky paid. Concrete culverts seemi : *.$1 *,******, *:*'*, ,1983 Mercury Wagon '" ':v '$9595' ;

/ffrectly, :-to hold up to well.attract", and ;tires:fish,>placed he said cor..jI **. *. ***'*** ** ***** ((2)FuRPowerUst'10,495.) ..... .. '- .' ,

However diveTS >bserved that 1983 Lynx Wagon : '
$6795
'sett;,: ,. Auto, 7895 '". . .

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;[however, the 5 / .
J.SS importantly; '
>:training Most Censures+ that reefs' off Un'I ''N W' 'Cars at Use d Car Prices ;. :.;', .. -' '," :'." ; \ : 4.
j ire being monitored over ,_.._ ._ n -, -.--, -, ...' It 1984 Broncoll(2( ). : / ,. '" \;
coast now
Save.Thousan." '
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time "Divers.perform real community 'victoria AWe Trans4Speedr. : .;,
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service while pursuing their,I ''L TO Crown i
"' i brought -. st11,6631 1984 Chev Blazer $1' 5' e
TnW pr.-amlI! ,''DHr'- ,95 .
,'j together, the SQmtIm sKopposing $ SIIvltr&dOLoaded..40 mites,List,'16,995 ,. ..y\ ; \' w I

?i groups of divers and fishermen'' commom'!into in-a' ,10,695 :1984,Club Wag 1 n XLT ;ss' o :2' 95 )l+ '(

--'group that shares_ a J .I '. .. .J '" ,.i;., Dual( Air;Tilt.Cruise: llat'U445; . .'. t)9) "l'Escort'Lt'4 .1
EvettihgwRegistration : .,'\ ;TD 4 Dr. 'Trnp.GL; i ;
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'ie for Summer Stark"B Center?,Term Will classes be held ai __--:. :,"--"'- ,. _. r--- Clean.U'P13,49t1. : . ". ',. ::1 ,,':
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i I"< ThUrsday June 14 from to 7 p.m. :'sy'i'' 1983F250(4x2)( ) '. S ,1; 1
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( ,'' Regular registration : Meta1! r. 6.9 Diesel, m w/Mk top Ust'13,495i j "
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( :. 'iI\. f; 1 Condolence:; : ,:r, ,/*; <'' I'+ Iast.Payofch0ol, > ; r" 'and''B'rlan! Davis;''mostjiffetellectual
" : the ..Thursday morningJune18R'the'entice ; ;' a Robert Moorhead and cl 11t'!
1k IJ jfr:! Sympathy Is extended to !family i
k By Dolores Meng Callie Hatcher at 83 of Albany, GA. returned home on Sunday and friends of Paul Dale Brown who student body,,. school: staff,.and I ; most likely to succeed-l3ill
4 H-I. I3 Five month old Kenneth Schuirmocer three weeks visiting relatives :'and died June 0.Birthdays. some parents'Were welcomed to an Horne and Mickey Robinson;. most
t f .' ." was the youngest. Among out of town friends in Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, on Celebrated assembly by Principal Connie Clark athletic Denise Curtis and Kasey
t Webb Family Reunion guests were Homer and Juanita and and Georgia. : Gerald Meng of Truckee arriv- Among certificates presented that Ford; wittiest r Ginny Bennett and
Attending the Webb Family Reunion Ernest and Ruth Casey of Albany, Greg Mowry, who Is with the Civil ed home Saturday and joined CAt other day were those (to the seventh grades Brad Sharpe; friendliest Carla
.1, on Saturday and Sunday, June 9 GA, Theo and Neil Webb of Clear- Engineer Squadron at Tyndall Air family members on Sunday for the who will go on to the Middle( School in Guida and Tracy Bradley; best all
,:i and 10, were 109 family members. water, Lester Webb of Bradenton. Force Base spent the weekend with celebration of, the June 8th birthdaysof A around Donna Peeples and Wynn
Some of them enjoyed fish fry " ;;.( Saturday and camped out overnight. the reunion were Theron and Vicki Mowry, and attended the Bradford brother Eugene Meng, and his own Awards .for seventh Rob'Powers. Good citizenship awards
I' The Reunion was held at the home of Webb and their granddaughters from High School graduation exercises on June 27th birthday.Mr. graders as voted upon by fellow went to Tim Slater and MIchc'lle!
John and Lula Ford at their home on Waucondo. Friday night of his sister bonna'bGraduation Donna .and Mrs. Paul Meng celebratedhis classmates: most talented Terri Wood. .
the Meng Dairy Road. Their seven Attend GraduationMr. Mowry. Also attending June 8th birthday with his son and -.._- -"'- --.- lJ1_ .J "" .",",...
children attended along with their 23 and Mrs. Paul Meng attendedthe were her sister, Debbie, daughter-in-law, Joe and Debbie '
i grandchildren and ten of their great- Graduation exercises of their son, of Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. Henry GA.
Meng in Thomasville,
Joe Tennessee Col- Mowry, and Mr. and Mrs Arthur Col-
. i;i grandchildren. Meng, at Temple Hampton Elementary School K'EYSTONE .
j The oldest person attending was lege in Chattanooga on May 21. They ler of Jacksonville ; A-B HONOR ROLL

j i Students attaining the all A's and
:. F B's on their final report cards for the
sixth six weeks grading period were: CH1ROPRActICI CLINIC

'.'l Lawtey News .... ..... .......... .. ... ...... .... .... .............f;., First Crews, Julie Christina Collins,Jennifer Broome Darley Tim, "

.,.1. C.K. Fuqua, Sonya Hodges, Jennifer
t: J patient in Bradford Hospital. Her Col.! and Mrs. James baughertyand Jones, Steve Lewis, Tracey Mc-
By Elizabeth Terry niece, Mrs. Ralph Futch, sat up with son Peter, of Denver t CO, are Cullough, Laurel Sanford, Mark Specializing In'
782-3300: Smith, Derrick Jenkins Tina Meng,
her Saturday night. Our prayers are visiting their parents, Col. and Mrs.
; with her. Wm. Wilson. ;j" Kevin Orton, and Jon G enn. CHRONIC & DIFFICULT CASES v+"'
:., PERSONALS: Mrs. Daisy Boch and Mrs. Jeanette Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited Second grade Jose Aviles, Angela
\ Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch and Hamilton attended Jennie Boch's tap their sister Mrs. Sarah Hallman in, Baker, Shawna Buckallew, Adam HEADACHES ,J" ,
. daughters Karen, and Kristina, and dancing recital at P.K, Young High Keystone Heights on Saturday, dune Crawford, Eric Donnerstag., Morgan- NERVOUSNESS '1.,.._..
their aunt, Miss Elizabeth Terry, School in Gainesville. Afterwards, 2. Esty, Samantha Truman, Stanley : ,y" '
JOINTS .
., Mrs. Sharen Sweat and son, Johnny, Jennie and Joey came home with Varnum, Frank Williams, Kim PAINFUL "'.
and her daughter, Mrs. Lisa Morgan their grandmother, Mrs. Daisy Boch, Wilson and Stacy Young. Third grade LOSS OF SLEEP ,
': and son Andy, attended a birthday for the weekend and their father and Mrs. Madeline Prevatt, her Faye Cruze, Danielle Hersey, NECK, SHOULDER &ARM PAIN
for Mrs. Lavonia Griffis at the Donald McWilliams, Billy Kyle San-
supper Mr. and Mrs. Boch will
mother, Lynn daughter,Mrs.Gail Prevatt,and sons NUMBNESS IN HANDS OR ARMS
home of her brother and sister-in-law, dra Aviles, Cynthia Casner, Angelina
'I Mr. and Mrs. Willie Green on Griffis' pick Mrs.them Connie up Sunday.Mosley of Maxville, Bryan and Tracy, and Jimmy Patterson Crews, Donald Dick.Tahra Francis, PAIN BETWEEN SHOULDERS Or. Richardson
and two daughters of Starke, at. and
Loop on Wednesday night. Beth Herman. Michael McKenzie .
was a Sunday dinner guest of her tended services at Faith Baptist LOW BACK & LEG PAIN
Mrs. Helen Parrish and Mrs. Lund, parents, Mr.and Mrs. Harold Eunice. Johnathon Woodward tl
: of Jacksonville, were Tuesday dinner Church on Sunday. Fourth grade Jessica Fisher, '
and Sarah
daughter I
Hodges
Henry INSURANCE PLANS
Mrs. Robert Lee was a delegate Crawford, MOST
and Mark
guests of their son-in-law Michael Garner,
Mrs. Sheila Wilkerson, and Miss Gen-
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Heaton went to Columbia County from the Starke Club to the 64th An Joss: Cruze, David Feezell, Dana COVER CHIROPRACTIC Accident 6'WhlplmhUnion
Phillips, and their mother, Mrs. O.J. ny races at Lake City on Saturday night. nual Federation Convention of Business of the and Florida Profes- Hall, Joey Hall, Gina Padgett, Insurances' 1 Worker Comp On-th.-.,ob Injuriei' 1 Blue Cross
Phillips, and sister, Mrs. Elizabeth William Price and Fletcher Rodgers. .
I Miss Lisa Durban, of Gainesville, sional Women's Club, Inc. It was held Matter Medical Plant Medlcqro ski
. Redd,of Macon, GA. Fifth grade Melissa Byrd, Wyatt
, was a Friday dinner guest of her
at the Boniventure Hotel in
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Friends of Mrs. Lavonia Griffis of Mrs. Wilma Wain- Collins Jody Ford, Sharon Forsythand '
!, Starke, regret to learn that she is a wright.grandmother, Lauderdal June 810. I i. Ti. Orton. I 473-3604' I
1 Sixth grade Allison Archey and : '
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i Cindy Davis. Seventh grade Brian

't,i I Brooker News. .. ... . ... ... ... .. .. .. ... ... ... ... ... ... .. .... Davis and Michelle Wood. I Keystone Highway Heights 21 Florida North 32656CHRYSLER.

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i | By C.E. "Sue" Davis Christina Bath and Sarah Douglas. LaBombarbe, Mellisa McLeod, David
483-1341 Annual staff members receiving Prescott, Wendy Williams and Randy -
:g awards were: Sherry Carter, Robert Young.Physical. .
t,; PTA Holds Award Ceremony Chastine, Tommy Hamilton, Kyle Fitness Awards were
i The Brooker PTA held an awards Starling, Billy Johnson and David presented to the following: Progress STARKEpLYMPOTH
ceremony at the BES campus May 31 Wilkerson. Award: Michael Bass and Russell'
honoring the following students for Kindergarten certificates were Thornton.
various honors throughout the past received by Bryan Bass, Matthugh Achievement awards patch went to
i school year. Crosby, Ann Dunne, Kelli Griffis, Stevie Bailey, Jason. Smith, Hollie 1320 N. Temple Ave. (U.S. 301 N.) 964-6081 :
it/ Student of the six-weeks programwas Hubert Hall, Adelaida Hernandez, Stafford, Pam BryantbKaren Stokes,..
received by Eric Mason and Shorty Hodge,Tammy Jones,Juanita Stephen Flet-
''i j Josee Miller, grades kindergarten to Hernandez, Ernest Kirkland. Keith cher, and Kevin Hamilton.i I to third six.; and Steve Griffis, grades four Chrysler

Each of these students received ai You Pick 'Urn Blueberries Starting June 1 j
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i framed'certificate and a $5 fit cer- '
tificate.
Receiving a certificate and pin for Lou-Ann's Azalea & Blueberry Farm ,; For ONLY 5,27300Less

j perfect attendance were: David Take 100 South to 24th Avenue turn right to farm .
i Hodge, Inez Parrish, Jason Corbin, ",
j Shondee Lewis, Stephanie Gainey, Now Open Mon.-Sat. 7:30 to dark '10,000 .thanLincolnContinental
i Matt Stafford, Justin Kendrick,.Eric
| Mason, Bobbie Sue Fletcher, Stevie New Shipment of r'I ,: '
I Bailey, Tammy Wilkerson, Chris LANB5CAPIN8 PLANTS ;" i' .. or a fadillac!! Seville
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I,i Snow, Sarah Douglas,Lonnie Testone
i I and Lucille Foster. Hanging Baskets Fruit Trees Custom Made Swings. ;'| and afew, dollars more
x A-B Honor Roil certificates and ., ,. ,

I high honor pins went to'" : Dquglas. Col- .... ....994:1109 .... '" ." ",Allllatur..Si"C'.Df..n. ....n. n_ Y a a l&in ia..CheYr.oJaU J
son, Mandy Garrad, Jason CorfoirCMary A ." W'h' "' '
I f Dunne, Chris Ross, Matt Stafford PLUSChrysler
Cassandra Caldwell, Eugene f- '1 I
Carman, Jace Pierce, Eric Mason, t
Rhythmic AerobicsANNOUNCES 7 '.' .. .
Larissa Scott, Justin Kendrick, Mit- > I'I ...
chel Gainey:, Shawn Thompson, Josee Fifth Avenue .," r
.Miller, Philip Crawford, Steve Grif .. (" .."r"l: v, ')' ,.. "':
fis, Losh Lewis Larry Parrish, Chris j..t I. i
Snow, Kyle Starling, David Hall, Swim-Lite Aquatics & ,Aqua DancingClasses ..1 .
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i Tammy Wilkerson Christina Bath, !
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, Sarah Douglas, Kelley Dyal, Begin June 18 &' 19 *"' '

I son.Stephanie Gainey and Vience Robin .," 5 : ,Year 50,000 mile factory warranty

, A framed certificate was presentedto KEYSTONE ,. STARKE
Ezzell for A's for the :
Billy straight & Rust thru ProtectionSee
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year. A trophy was given to David T&THr. :I Ii
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Hall for being the Spelling Bee Champion II I
of BES. 9:30: a.m. 9a.m., 10a.m.: !
Honor students receiving a plaque 10:45 a.m. 7:45 p..m.. '' g," .

were: KelU Griffis, ,Megan Pillow, the Fifth Avenue'Today
Seniors
Shondee Lewis, Amy Crews, Stephen ( Only) 4:00"p.m.: : i Chrysler
McLeod, Chris Snow, Josh Crawford, 12 Noon ; / J&\ (Starke'.Country;

Melissa The student Hislop council and Kevin each Snow.received a (Meet at Keystone'[ ( ', ) Club Pool) mistake
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pin and certificate: Kelley Dyal, Woman's Club) \ ft/ : before you make, a '
president, Josh Crawford, vice- UA ta
president, Sarah Douglas, secretary, >
Christina Bath, treasurer, and the
representatives were Shawn Thompson Limited Enrollment !:
, Stephen McLeod, Shawn Bass,
f., Josh Lewis, Tammy Wilkerson, Register Now Call 473-3784 to get the class you want!I'' thousand

Stevie Bailey, Don McDavid and : : r ; ,

: Vience Safety Robinson.Patrol members receiving Rhythmic ,Aerobics regular classes will l

I L certfificates and pins were: Sarah meet at:
1 : Douglas,captain, Melissa Hislop,Lt.,
Kekkey Dyal, Sgt., members Tommy STARKE i
Hamilton, Robert Chastine Vience KEYSTONE
Robinson and Stephanie Gainey. M&W6:15p.m. M & W 7:45: p.m. T & Th 5:30: pm
receive staff members who (St. Mark's Episoipal Hall) (Keystone Woman's Club)
certificates and pins were; i
All Classes 6 weeks / 'SS00. 473-3784
,Melissa. Hislop, Ginger Adams,
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rate up in the water," said McFad--
den, meaning that the student is able den.Starke classes '' \ \,
to work harder in the water than they Starke Country: Club 'i ,
would have to on land. She explainedthat ,on .Tuesdays and ; "

the water decreases the blood ing' at 10 a.m. and 4 .saldf'I! (, ,,.'
pressure and slows the heart rate In Green Cove ..'.,; '
10-20 beats per minute, be held in the city' ,: :. __, __
McFadden says the program will be and Thursdays '
conducted in somewhat the same pat. Cost for,a six-week-
tern as the land aerobics with a $25. '
warm-up period of about 10-tnlnutes, Regular Rhythmic
then 15.20 minutes of exercises: ; 20-25 will continue in
minutes of aerobic choreograph ,and Wednesday at (the
routines set to music; and then a at 7i45! p.m. and on
10-mtnute cool down. Thursday at 5:30: p.m.
The first ten minutes will be In Starke they will
devoted to loosening up the muscles day and Wednesday at : 't 4 l
and warming up the body. Both Dana and
The second portion of the work out forward to thenew

will be devoted to toning exercises will be a refreshing :' ;:.: ,',
that will work all parts of the body, change for them :",i't .
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legs, hips, waist, arms, back and abdominal aerobic schedule. \'' '.\
muscles. "Part of our .. ". o'I) t '.\...... .".. _
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The third, and probably the real fun for better health," said f ----1 _
part of the session will be encourage everyone to !, ; ,
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choreograph routines set to music. 'a way'' of life, no /,

And period then of relaxation.comes the "cool down" .they have choose.taken 10 My years doctor SURPRISE. YOUR DAD WITH A GIFT ,

"You burn more calories In' cold In the last four and a 1 ,
water and cold air than' you do In that's, not avery '.big
warm water," said McFadden', "We more years," Georgia FROM OFFICE SHOP ,
don't recommend exercise in the hot .
tub because warm water tends. to +
heart rate." /, + '
mother factor pointed out by y : if
McFadden is how weather affects the 'res eca
water resistance. "A high pressure
system puts more resistance on the ',
water and the reverse is true with a" ". ., v' $5000 '
low pressure system," she said. I Off
From the first of class \ Y. ,
day people I \\ \
notice an increased level of energy. 1' I.iS 71 on any .Executive ChaIr ,. I
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and vitality, stated McFadden. ,Desk ', .
"If people are timid about wearinga' .': Ai1' or Typewriter
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bathing suit to classes because of ..' .,'
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varicose veins or whatever, they awiy ,
should feel free to wear either tightsor
hose," said McFadden. I I1rilllll { "
Swimming is not necessarily a a a r 110 W.. CalSt. Starke, FL
prerequisite for the Swim Lite

Aquatics sessions.. '
The purpose; of Swim Lite Aquaticsis
to improve basic coordination; improve

the knowledge and awareness ',. ,
['of body alignment and posture;; Im / Large Selection
prove knowledge and awwareness of J a a Doodle Tools .
proper use of lower' back and abdominal 1 Hallmark( DuckLintBrashes I
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muscles; Improve car Pen.& Pencil Set

dlovascular endurance while at the- lards" ..& GiftsT6Select ,,. ., :
same time enjoy a bit of fun and $6'/f:98"--: < y \ 59aPr :, .
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relaxation.
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19. There will be four classes held in ..
Keystone Heights, two of which are O Ot : ,1. :i\.f..\ >}W_ ) ) ''; u ,;. '.,
already filled. Classes will be)limited ..Y .. ... ..I...... .. ,
to 15 in order to give plenty of mobility : ;, ; .: .;', -
in the pool:: V'1, ; t-v ap '

Keystone classes/ will fornvat, the ,Duck (Set) Dad Mugs Dad
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will be held in the 'McFadden/ /aboveground .! Playing Cards $ Shoe Horn
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