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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 21, 1984
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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j' 'Grand\ Jury Issues Scathing Report' on &a.ke; Police DepartmentPulling 11



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I no punches, a Bradford police department the grand jury per basic police techniques. One ocj- play in Slroh's death, h" told The Bradford County Sheriff's Office to insure 'as well as the Chief (who was twice
County:Grand Jury blasted the Starke called for reform by Chief Bowen to curred Nov. 11, 1983 in which no Telegraph.' that justice be served." called) were called in to testify the
Police Department poor investigations eliminate "shoddy performance by report was done on the death of Shane The second murder case reviewed
lack( of paperwork, unqualifiedpersonnel officers in the field, a degeneration of Stroh who died in a house fire. Investigation by the grand jury Involved the stab!>. The six page report criticizes the 'grand jury hearing;
and lack supervision morale and deterioration of public by the Bradford County i i. ing death of William Grayer, 31. U-man department for having Inadequate -
"Deplorable and woefully lacking"is respect and protection." Sheriff's Department and others in Joanne Brazell, 33, was charged' with equipment or trained personnelto Elwell,who served as legal advisorto
the phrase used by the grand Jury to The grand jury recommended that dicated foul play in the death. Leon murder in that case. Sheriff's in- investigate serious crimes. The the grand jury, pointed out the Inquiry
report the current investigative those with responsibility over the Charles Buckhalter, 34,.was charged i tvestigators were also called into that report further states "...the com was not an investigation by his
response to'homicide cases by the Starke Police Department "should with first-degree murder in the case case by Assistant State Attorney Tom munity cannot afford the luxury of a office. The investigation was by 18
Starke 'Police Department (SPD). immediately address each and every after three bullets were found in the d i Ii'Elwell because of a lack ,of investigative paid law enforcement 'agency and citizens of Bradford County: .
The retort, given May 24 to Police allegation and finding listed in' this victim's charred remains. '"' information provided by agency head that attmepts to function
Chief Jimmy Bowen, was made report: .and Implement a, workable Buckhalter later pled guilty. to the I|,Starke police. in this day and age without bein informed enforcement"My only concern for is for quality law
public onday, June 18and is printed solution to' remedy the problems !> TThe report stated that'a' "lack of ,educated and concerned.1'No I Bradford County and
verbatim in full in the B-section of described." Chef personally am very proud of the In.
Bowen had called the medical basic and
proper police investigation officer the Chief terest the
except was grand jury members have
this edition of The Telegraph. The grand Jury report listed';two examiner to curtail the investigation (, by the Starke Police Department named in the report. shown in their investigation said
I Citing;12 separate problems in the murder investigations as lacking pro stating there was no indication of foulL. 'later required the intervention of the ,Several officers of the department Elwell. ."


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.. the grand ,jury report made public department. ,
.. Monday, June 18. Bowen acknowledges a discipline
"Most of the criticisms are factually problem in his department and '.
incorrect or grossly'overblown" charges it to a "...poor collective '
and the problems could be traced to bargaining agreement. '
one officer who has been fired. "We are going into this year's con-
Bowen accused Assistant State Attorney tract ,with a firm committment (to
Thomas Elwell of using the eliminate ,the barriers which have
grand jury against him because of an sometimes prevented us from effectively -
old vendetta. He maintains the grand disciplining police officers In
jury members were unaware of police ,the past" Bowen reply states,
operations and received a one-sided ,A criticism Involving the alleged'lack'
report from the ,state attorney's office ,of cooperation between the,
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p In a'four-page written .statement,, agencies; is false! ,according to Bowen. :
he said the grand jury investigation, ''We have a'good'relaUbttshlp l with .:
F- centered,around a:single'pollee'- FDLEy.the medical examiner's office _
n 'ficer ;it Lt.. M, L. jSibleylr 'Who.'. and' the sheriffs,department. Contrary : :"'
',4 mishandled Myeral I,police investiga- to the.grand jury report/)we,v
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fairgrounds in April involving the sex- '
The grand 'jury report and Chief:
.ual abuse of a teenager in which an In- Bowen's response were filed with the,
adequate report was filed.. 'city commissioners Monday night,
: The second involved failing to filea June 18, but no action was 'taken.
1:1i: report on a drunken fight. Bowen said he doesn't feel any actionis
rn The third was an inadequate necessary *
report on the stabbing death of **K, seems that the only' way the
William Grayer, in which Joanne, state attorney's'' office can com-
Brazell, was arrested May 6; municate with' us is through grand
Big Boom... Bowen said the_ report ,,contained juries and indictments,". he said.
r r1+ Private Sam Gaither of Palmetto was criticisms which were deserved! and 'The same assistant state'attorney
pr the low man on the totem pole.and got to he had already taken steps to correct: tried a similar thing about five years
'dig foxholes around thl*'J.ISram howitzer the problems. ago. The court found him wrong then
In cane the position In attacked pigginwasn't "The charge that the department'sofficers and he is wrong now." -
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entrenching tool but the training '. simply Bowen. "Every
W seemed realistic Gait pro- police officer on the force has the for years ago in which he was charged
bably : enough to her. mal law with perjury. During a grand in. .
The hard hats" the soldier Wear are police training required by jury:
Furthermore, seven have had advance ''vestigatlon, police officers' testified
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writer-photographer above, found out.
dogs running loose in the city. Bowen
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designated full time investigator with jury.found,Bowenrnot guilty in that
their cameras. ,it-. ., *.
{ A story about the Big Guns'at Camp.,) : the department 'and there Is" an ,case '
Is evidence kit and tape recorder for his "I do appreciate the'ourtesy showme
Blinding f' on Page IB, if use. Also, the department has camera by the grand jury and I appreciate'
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"I-would prefer(not to respond to The first incident was an April ar where a drunken fight occurred and a' for a copy of,the complaint he was approval of my dismissal," said was not my case but I personally wentto .
the charges brought against me by rest at the Bradford County report was not filed (There were no told it was with the city attorney and a' ,Sibley. the Chief with other officers and a
Chief Bowen, but I am being forced fairgrounds where Chief Bowen made arrests in the incident.) Sibley maintains ..t*, copy would,,be mailed. him.' Sibley The third allegation concerned a recent :: :fireman to stress there was more to'
into defending, myself. declared L. an arrest and asked Sibley to book the he was not the first officer to ar- ': says he never received a copy by mail stabbing in Starke where a man that fire than an accident But I was
M, Sibley, defendant into''the county jail, accor- rive on the scene; the first officer is .'. but was called to come to the station died. Sibley said he was conducting told.it would. be handled:, said Sibley."I .
Sibley, who until June IS was lieutenant -" ding to Sibley charged with the responsibility of filing '"* 'on a Wednesday to pick up an the Investigation but it was taken out am the best officer for the'eity
with the Starke Police Depart That defendant was charged with a report In fact,'Sibley says he ;, envelope and then learned a hearing of his hands before he had completed there ...1 may not be the best officer
ment, was referring to his dismissal sexual battery remains in the county was the third officer to arrive. After'J before a fact finding committee would his report. the city has but I care about the people
following an investigation of police jail and it looks like a good enough that incident a woman charged two of !,. ,take place that Friday. "Joanne Brazell was in jail charged of Starke.:I will not ticket:::makean
procedures and practices, by the case to get a conviction, said Sibley ,the officers, Patrolman Willie. Searcy "During that hearing, where my at with murder, we had the weapon, I arrests unless U .absolutely,,
and Sibley, with conduct. torney was unable to be thai had pictures of the crime scene and
improper present,
Bradford County Grand Jury. The "I don't know if the Chief ever filed ,necessary,} try every, way I can .to
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An internal,, investigation was, initiated victim cleared me of any wrong do- felt everything was under' control :*
Grand Jury report.wasjnade public not but I filed prevent an arrest,, a Sibley.
a report or my report ". ,
as a.result of that charge, : ing, as well as Searcy said Sibley, when I went home at.S a.m.with
Chief after booking the defendant, calling it. have been! nder'-tl the'impreaafan
June 18, but issued to Bowen. I "Searcy was suspended for,two days every Intention of' completing my "I I
two weeks before that. Division of Youth Services and taking ". would be returned to work and now I
'and work
Sibley was suspended (with Pay) ; returned to-work-1 waa told I paper later in the morning,
Chief Jimmy Bowen issued a testimony from the victim, a female May 29, at that time the Chief told him "' would be notified when I would return said Sibley. When returned the sta learn I am being fired.U1 have. been'
response to the Inquiry indicating the juvenile. All of the paperwork was it was because of this Incident'and f to work," said Sibley): u' Lion was in an uproar and the In-' such '* problem.whY' wen; I never' '
grand jury investigation centered turned "over to the assistant state at- was told by the Chief the woman had j, "The Chief made' no contact with" vestigatlon. was, being. ;handled I by .demoted really don't understand"
around the mishandling by one officerS torney,, according to Sibley. accused him of asking her to pull her,t( me until prior to the city commssion* 'another department .' :: .said Sibley. jft\
\ 6iey) of several police investiga- The second case Involved an Inci. pants down for him to see her in- ) meeting June,18 when a, letter was Regarding, the Stroh Murder L asel!! 'The veteran officer says he intends'to '

tions. ; : ,.' dent outside a lounge on US-301 north juries, said Sibley. When Sibley asked ? presented the,commission. asking for which Buckhalter.was''arrested, it fight the'.dtaraisaal,i, -v,.v..' .. 05 \'
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In B-8 ctionoo. ,Former_ 'Patrolman Jerry Miller Apologias. ,# .i.i City,' i ,Seeks Reinstatementaddress .N '', {,.:A.P":r.torf., ", :&tfl, .: l'h-1. .:II J


at Il\ .. Jerry Miller appeared before the money, I have a famifi"bills to pay'.r';',;( S Commissioner;' Charte.. .r Schaefer"' .' ,/: ,the council:! ,:'to"'rrtakq''$"'.tli. ;. .:.him since: .Miller,wa* involved"'in a' '
Gun Standing. Starke City Commissioners June 19 to and I had been out of work for nine.% said the city. was net compelled to apology.' traffic Accident in-November l8IrIJ, j
+ Artillery ; serve until come: clarify his desire to return to the city 'weeks. Again, I apologize for any embarrassment -\ ,rehire Miller 1 under the. term of the Miller was fired last f.lovemberb; .BoweahM dtnjed Ihat'eharg*. J| .
together at Camp Blanding to police department. I may have caused the '([.Police Benevolent ..Association contract '-' Police Chief Jimmy, Bowen' 'on !

put on an awesome display offirepower Miller 32,was a patrolman with the' city' concluded: Miller, ", ., -charges: of entering the police/ station" Miller:and another termer Stawe.patrohwMH .
from their big until November when he -. .I ,Intoxicated and damaged city proper* N... "SooW1",Jaotawnj
last was Miller be
city Is continuing his efforts to .;Millerttw'naJItoehiey Smith of1 ty.,In a bearing arbitrator found "'went on trial hi June 1MB on charges
guns. The.exercise wa* a fired by Chief Jimmy Bowen because' returned to the police force. The next .., .Alachua,. contends that the; contract no basis for'the firing and.June'U'' re ulti.. from the accident in which.
intoxicated
realistic training l exercise of Miller was allegedly at step will apparently be court action to "calls for blndilll.rbitrdion''and said ordered Miller reinstated''with back:: Lan eWerly.Starke man wa.shoed, /
war-time conditions.Hosftke. \! the police station. compel Bowen tofollow an Monday that the chief must" follow the, I
"I'd like to apologize for any,embarrassment .arbitrator' report: that ''calls for findings the { Chief Bowen he has not changed .' ProMcubr* m Urn '
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caused the "
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city reinstatement.,
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his to fire .
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Starke The case was presented to an ar* : Miller wa*' under"the impreaaion, Milter. "Miller signed a release and .
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bitrator in April. The arbitrator ruled that Chief Jimmy Bowenwould afc withdrew retirement and tharl: .
; has begun intlje, Keystone wronged, in June that Miller should not nave. the city commiMlon to 1 the way It stand: ," Bowen ha stJSMt.4 4 'driv. i by AUHa a Mt G.turn. ,.,,1 '
: Height,,t Mlro e area with 7f 'have, never expressed myself .been fired based on Uwt InforaMMfcM'.*; him rngnimnnif ,;- Mllfer says he ndtwtltkl ... _"< .,..,.,.. '1 '
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I Prison Schools to be Taken Over by Local Education System. I

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:_ dither: the local county school saying the way the job was planned Driving Range:on Go... The Student Performance Stan- Sunland'Trainlng Center.
".;.:. systems or the junior college school would cost $21,000. The board and Jerome dards of Excellence as adopted by the Ezell Promoted... District procedures for exceptional
i system must take over operation of Dompe first agreed to not put Gainesville Engineer, but originally Kelly a Brooker of Florida State Board of Education are Rick Ezell, physical education in education for 84-83 were also approved -
, prison schools, Supt. Tom Casey in- sterilization crystals to keep weeds native who graduated from Bradford adopted as a part of the School Board structor at Brooker Elementary, has with no change from 8384.
formed Bradford school board from the been named assistant at board also approved application
, r growing on pavement a sav- has been retained to work Policy 6f the Bradford County School principal The
members Monday night, June 18. ing of $2,000.Dompe the High vo-tech commerical vehicle driv-on Board. Copies of these standards Bradford Middle School for a$25,000 grant for a preschool
I, It's the "ominous bill," says Supt. also suggested that the to be built on 100 acres the shall be provided to each school for: Ezell .replaces Bill McRae who was handicapped incentive grant. Supt.
Casey of the legislature's OmnibusBill school workers weed. and edge the western ing range edge of Camp Blanding bet distribution to appropriate. instruc- promoted to principal at Brooker Casey said he doesn't know if the
which contains the clause taking track and prepare it for paving, an SR-16 and SR-230.. tional personnel and shall be provided Elementary. grant will be approved or not
education away from the Department estimated saving of$1,000. The mark- ween for parental review as requested.
of Corrections. Casey said he'd had a ing off of the running lanes will also Supt. Casey lease reported from the June National 18 the Qualified students shall be providedan Comp. Ed. Program OK'd... ,JOBS Program...

lengthy meeting with prison officials be bid in the new year, a saving of Guard 40-year to the school board has been opportunity to receive instructionin A $97,900 compensatory programwas The lease for the JOBS Program,
Monday. some $5,000. approved by all parties, including the the Student Performance Standards approved. The money is down formerly the Florida State Employment
,. The change was a complete sure The actual paving is estimated by lessee, the DuPont and is of Excellence in those coursesin from $110,431 last year. Agency to be housed In the vo-
prise, Casey said. Nobody in educa .Dompe to cost $13,500 for a 1/2-inch in of being signed.Company There is no which the individual standard is an. tech center is acceptable, said Supt.
., tion knew about it. of number two process
anything topping asphalt. problem anywhere, Casey said, appropriate instructional objective. Casey.
Nor does anyone, neither local reporting for school board member Such courses shall be offered as partof Handicapped Program.., Attorney Terry Brown said the
school or prison officials, yet know Rodney Hall, a National Guardsman the high school curriculum or be A $69,078 program for education for state lease lacks some protection
how the takeover of the.prison education instrumental in working out the lease available at the junior college level the handicapped was approved for the clauses he would ordinarily include in
system will work or what is in- Curriculum Report... arrangement and getting the school through the Dual Enrollment program 84-85 term. a lease, but that is being worked out.
tended by the legislature. Casey said Curriculum planning is done on a board out of trouble on other proposed as delineated in the Bradford The board will also receive $1,443 Casey said the lease will be on the
he is going to Tampa this week to a continuous basis and many hours of sites to which residents objected Hall County School Board Pupil Progression for handicapped children transferred agenda at the special meeting next
meeting and hopes. to find out more In- planning time are devoted to it each was away at a meeting of the State Plan. from other state schools, such as Thursday, June
formation there.It year, the school board was told when Association of School Board Membersof 28.'I
the first school board
was Chairperson Patricia Spengler askedif which he is district vicepresident.To 'I
members had heard of the change. the staff had done anything about hold costs down,Supt. Casey and 'I'I'I
Surprised, they had,few questions. the from board's '
report the special the school board want school workersto SELMA '
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Blue Ribbon Committee. do as much of the work as possibleon t .
BE Cafeteria. Secondary curriculum coordinator paving the driving range,.such as SELLMORE MAROWARE STORS "
Charles Francis said the state is set- site; preparation, sub-grading, and
A committement to build the new ting performance standards that will hauling lin rpck. Kelly agreed to "_
cafetorium at Brooker Elementary if have to be followed, with little choice 'meet with vo-tech director David
money is left over in the current left to local school officials, and questioned Smith to work out which parts of the SAYSSETTLES.
budget to meet the $201,000 base bid if the Blue Ribbon Committeeis $250,000 project, to be funded with a <
was made Monday,June 18, by school needed to study curriculum on a state grant, the school system person- .
board members. 'continuing basis. Performance stan- nel want him to supervise. ft IJlv&l'
Architect AI Dompe said he feels dards for K-3, 4-5, 6-8, and so on are Kelly was chosen by a committee of
certain the low bidder, Triest Con- being mandated for each grade four which interviewed several firms. Hardware
struction Co. of Keystone Heights, grouping. The committee will certainly have
will hold to its bid if notified of the Elementary curriculum coor five members next time around, said -
school board's committment. The dinator Lucille Payne confirmed that board member J.R. (Jim) Lawson i Anniversary US 301 South SlartePaint
board voted to Triest letter.
notify by many hours are spent selecting stan-
Supt. Casey said he will know what' dard book series f for county-wide use. r;.'-. MOfcVSIT.t.7 _*u.Dn 1M
the fund balance will be by next There is much disagreement on which
Thursday, June 28, when a special book to use but new texts do get Rule Changes...
school board meeting is set to close adopted after much discussion, Mrs. The board routinely approved k 1. _
out the current budget year. Attorney Payne said. Mrs Payne confirmed several rule changes presented by the : ; __
Brown said the board's intent Francis" statement that curriculum administrative staff. Days TRUT
could
be contingent upon having the planning is being done' continuallywith The rules concern: admission to :: 1'RUmr
dollars left over. non-school volunteers par kindergarten, admission to first
The board budgeted $150,000 to ticipating, but said she sees no harmin grade, and student performance stan- :: SELECT
build the new cafeteria at the a county-wide .continuing commit. dards of excellence.
district's smallest school. When the tee. Any child who reaches five years of WeatherAll WeatherAUFlatAcr1 Rat Late La ex
bids came in so much higher, architect age on or before Sept. 1 is eligible to .i
Dompe conferred with con- enter kindergarten.No Palati ,
tractor Ernest Triest, and reported child will be admitted or promoted : iI
taking more than $20,000 off the base Legal Fees... to first grade until completionof "M7r "4
'bid of $201,000 would be false Board attorney Terry Brown kindergarten in a public school or a >tius.w"L. tie 4I
economy, reported his fees in connection with state-accredited private school. : tRa -
the arbitration over the dismissal of a Students who attend a private, non-, :TES TE.knrly.T \
vo-tech instructor amount to some accredited kindergarten will be ad- '
BUS Track... $1,400 to date, much less I -98. IPeNraiY/aks
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The BUS track will be resurfaced $7,000 attributed to him in the June 14 principal's evaluation of the student, House I ere .
but school board personnel will do the issue of The Telegraph.. and all available data. A qualifyingscore J.1J I
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price under the $15,000 budgeted. including the taking of depositionsfrom items will be required on the Com- Ocrr
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4a 4r' $50,000 donation to tU effort to layout, including detailed plans and Interior of the old courthous..n t ub- '
; establish' a Starke brancho; ( Santa Fe specifications, Andrews told the DA. mitted preliminary cost estimates of t
1 Y Community College was! greed to By Oct. 1 a county-wide effort to acquaint the remodeling project, the letter :
.x n '1 Monday. June 18, by the Bradford, the public will be completed. pointed out.Andrews. i!
County Development Autho ity. Construction will begin on or before
It Is the first money donated to the Jan 1,1983 Andrews said. Plans are said ;
cost of the
'L. Ytr"li' effort and will be used to facet Im- for the Starke Center of SFCC to open will be around $10o,1w) ," considerably project
w mediate needs for the Fall Term of
up-front of the project, 1985 less than originally thought. (

M -"" such as architectural fees l preliminary costs. Already is Andrews the donation will diligently
Ji says on this project are.convinc- J;
hit M i yw $6,000 to architect Craigpreliminary alley forexamining stabilize the project and. create a ed that it is feasible and the community
w planning and positive attitude the citizen- has the "
among ability to accomplish It, ;
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warrants conversion a Junior try."It's
college classroom center.ani!! worthy of the best we can giveit "Such J
an opportunity rarely !
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presents itself to our community and ;
Guy Andrews driving force committment to the project.
the CAN be realized througb'our united "
behind the effort to establish a center The project has been approved by effort," the letter states. I
Board and the
of Trustees of SFCC
for SFCC -
In the old i
downtown courthouse
Railroad Crossing Look Out For Cars... and who is also member! of Bradford County Historical Board of ,
Trustees. Resolutions approving the DA members present Monday were t
'the
That old layIng Is still\ in effect but at the railroad OUT, says the project 'In niulti-purponetl. Fe Development Corporation Santa project, as well as the urban renewalof Chairman L.M, Gaines Bill Alderman ;f
crossing on US-IOlln: south Starke It's not railroad cars "Safety Is the main concern." Crews said, "The new Endowment !board, downtown Call Street, have been Elizabeth Scott, J.E. Tombs ;'I
to look out for. It's automobiles that need watching. modular rubber crossing seal out the element, chan- members requested the donation. The five DA adopted by the City of Starke, Bradford son, and Andrews. DA board member |
Workers shown above are putting the finishing nel off water, cushion the ride for cars and train, and present unanimously ap- County Commission the School' Gus Kopelousos not present because !!
touches on the one side of the crossing that Is now com- helps maintain the crossing's grade gauge." proved the motion of J.E.'T mhnson, Board, and the Chamber of Com of the death of his wife, Maria, had i
plete. "In addition old little'as president of the Florida National local civic been contacted and approved' the i
an style crossing might last as Bank merce, plus organizations,
Instead of stopping traffic completely, one side of the a year before needing repair or replacement. at Starke to give :23,000 this. It was pointed out in a letter to the DA donation, Andrews said. f
crossing Is being repaired at a time. Shutting down Modular rubber crossings are expected to give up to 10( month and $25,000 next month.Tomlinson's members signed by Andrews and The donation will leave the DA with j]
evenr one lane -of U$-301 has caused Incovlence to years or more of safe, cost effective service." motion Includes. a Eugene L. Matthews. some $40,000 'cash on hand. An expected '
driver trying to get through Starke. The new rubberized Cost of the crossing replacement will be $40,5$0.Crews ( ( stipulation that the money will revertto loan pay-off would see another
'. crossing should prove to be a lot smoother- said the Starke crossing was selected for the the DA if the SFCC project heredoesn't $13,000 income, Chairman! Gaines.
Construction work began last Monday on the new modular rubber -system because of the materialize. > (f Architect Craig Salley and said.
Seaboard System Railroad crossing. The project deteriorated condition of the timbers In the crossing. '' Associates has determined the old The DA is looking for1 property'to
replaces the old timber crossing with the new modular'' "We were also interested In the crossing because It IK The checks will be written to the' courthouse to be structurally sound purchase as an Industrial site. Main
,. rubber type System, as part of an on-going safety program on both a curve In the highway and a curve In the Santa Fe Endowment Corporation, and warrants whatever renovation is concern of the DA members was. not '
by the DOT. tracks," said Crews. "This situation wears out a cross- Starke Center. ; Terry Crews District. Railroad' Coordinator for the hug more quickly." By Sept. 1, SFCC will !h" "eI. also done preliminary, layout of the to the junior college center here :!

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Eighteen'of 825 students or 2.2 percent Seventh Grade... Sixth Grade... '"""r.: Rosalyn Taylor, David Thorpe I Joy f

I of the student body, earned Patricia Bath, daughter of Mr. and Scott Duncan, son of Mr.. and Mrs.. Vellenga, and Teresa.Wynn I IJ
straight-A'S for. the sixth six-weeks Mrs: Mickey Bath of Brooker. Jim Duncan of Starke., ,. ,: 3DAYDUoount l I
grading period ending the first' week Shawna Blom, daughter of Mr. and Ron Zurfluh, son of Mr. and Mrs. 7th Grade: Tangalia Bass" Marcia, ,
j : in June. Mrs. Jimmy Epps of Starke: Lonnie Zurfluh of' Brown, Kevin Crawford, Kim Dukes,
96 more students, or 11.6 percent of Yvonne Bobo, daughter of Mr. and I,' Julie Ferguson, Kent Fillyaw,
I the student body, earned all A's and Mrs. Lenwood Bobo of Starke. The 96 A-B honor roll students are AVAlVlldl Garcia, Stanley .Griffis, \
B's for places on the A-B honor roll. Audra Brantley, daughter of Mr. by grade: ",', Jerry Hall,Margi Hall, Bill >Hamilton f sale I IA
\ Two of the eighteen all "A" student .and Mrs. Gerald Brantley of Starke. Carl Harrison, Renee Hewlett, Eric
achievers; were sixth graders. B'igh- Alisha Gruen, daughter of Dr, and Eighth Grade: ,Shannon Abrams;; Hodge, Michelle Howard, Jam**KrnK ,I
teen more sixth graders earned A's Manny Alcantara, Jeanna Andrews,
and'.B's.: ''12 seventh graders had all Mrs. Harry Gruen of Starke. Cassie Autry,. Erika Banks, Mike drick, Peggy Petteway, Kristin Pfen-
A's and 30 A's and B% and 4 eighth Karen Hodges, daughter of Rev. Barber, Bonnie Benson, Daniel Bron- niger, Tangela Pittman I Melinda ,
graders had all A's and 48 earned A'sIl and Mrs. David Hodges of Starke. son, Jason Brown, Jennifer Brown, Powell, James Rowel Sandra ,
and B's. Tonja Klein, daughter of Mr. and Kim Burch, Dale Cassels, Sheryl, Rowan, Elizabeth Cindy ;
Mrs. Michael Klein of Heilbron Springs Crews, Brian Davis,. Felicia Davis,, Samons, Suzanne Sapp, Carrie Shaw, ,
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Straight A students are: Hal Davis, Marvin Frey, Todd Gillen- Noy Srivibul, Sheila Stewart, Dana re
Selena Norman, daughter of Mr. waters Vicky Goodowns, Sondra,, Waters, and Tina Willingham.6th ) .urn' f
eighth Grade... and Mrs. L.M. (Buddy) Norman of Green, Lashon Hampton, Kim ,

I Jody Brown, son of Mr. an11\f..r Starke. Hersey, Mary Alice Howie. M..* P.n \
.Marvin Brown of Starke. Patricia Parade, 'daughter of Mr. cheson, Malachi Jenkins, Tommy Grade: Link Bishop, Dyana
and Ceasar Parado of ,
i Penny Hsieh, daughter of.Mr. and Mrs. Hampton Jones, Janet Kennedy, Ricky Crawford, Jennifer Dodge, Gayle
Allen Porter of Mr. and Mrs.
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Mrs. John Hsieh of Starke. Centrell Lee, Robert Loz-f
\ of David Porter of Starke. nika, Esther Martin, Carla McCuU, sworth, Aimee Fergusop,! Ronselle '
? Richie Taylor, son Mrs. Carolyn r I II
Shields of Mr. and
Taylor of Starke,and Bobby Taylor of Holly daughter chen Dodie McRae, Gene Murphy:'! Harrison, Doley Hersey ten Looney,

Lawteyt,: "'''1 !* Shields Mrs. Warren of Starken Stevenson,... -, and Bill;; Rob Norman Stephanie O'Steen, Erick, Lori Mann, Jonathan Marjhugh i Beth,;,' r r I f n i' i
Robert Thorpe, son of Mr. lid Mrs. of A.F Packhanr, Chris :Powell, Patricia; MrfKinney 'Sharle'M ie"aBobbi1oe[ ( ,1,. \ '" ,' J

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I Starke City Council Delays Action on Police Firing : : 1 LEWS Poiy/eott SPORT short ins SHIRTS_) LADtls'-poIy/CMl.Otaoount! KNrr Prio TOTS.' I!I

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Approving or disapproving Starke delaying, action on the termination. Telegraph. Complete text of the Mayor Crosby called for,an electionfor 4 'YON a._. pockal .II/I nl. 5-x6, S.M.L.
Police Department Chief Jimmy Several personnel changes along Grand Jury report and Chief Bowen's., seats in group 1,3, and.4.!Commissioners .3ft !
Bowen's firing of Lt.. Lane Sibley with management changes have been reply is in the B-scction. up for election during the off ... IOCII 888 096 j
stemming from a derogatory grandI invoked by,,Chief Bowen since the investigation Also in another police related matter 'year are Travis Wood in group 3,Jim- 8OV" *rtcMEN'S :. ia.es:
jury report, was tabled for two weeks, of the grand jury. The ex-police Jerry Miller apologized> my Crosby in group ,1, and Bobby ACTIVE COORDINATESOWOM DINIM JIAN1' LADIeS'.MAN. I i
to the council for embarrassmentthat : 1 Man Pely/colton.... Cotton Oanlm .....* withyoka uty/cotton Battar Miikar JM.,
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; in the meeting Sibley, Chief leadership, training and investigative another incident In the police depart. there third terms and Biggs will be up I II
Bowen and MayorCommissionerJimmy expertise. ment. for his second. : I I
Crosby decided that a fair A detailed story about the grand Qualifying opens July 16 and closes
decision, by the council warranted, jury report is.In a.related story in The Election Called by Crosby... July 20 for the September,election.! ;. l tsA ui '

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m.' Brezonick of the University of of such familiar names as the next two decades if In- The Florida Department of ........, ..., .
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Field Pond. how bad it was," researcher every year, ,i' ,'"., ". 1
i Although the names of the Paul Hansen is reported as 800,000 tons from electricity '',;.1,." "' 1') '+("I'.:.,. The South is more vulnerable ;
L., lakes were not announced in an And the problem is not confined in the AP dispatch. "We saying 'd generators.But IlL.:'";; W 'f ::; ; to acid rain damage because its ;
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Associated Press release Sun just to lakes along Trail ;" climate Is conducive
warm to
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always known that Florida was it Is not yet known for 'II!' ." .
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liJ day, it is likely that it included Ridge. Studies indicate that receiving acid rain, but didn't sure if acid rain is the villain '.) ., : the quick formation of acids, "
1 severaLpt those in the Starke- .,acid. rain_could !kill l the! fish, in at,. know it was this bad." responsible for numerous kills : ; ":, ,;':, :,: .j.i'k!: ;)].,11"f "\ '.:' .,',,':.' \ ,, ','' -."." scientist- said __ i
that have thousandsof I : : Dr. Tom Crisman of the '
fish in area destroyed lakes in recent \.<;IH.r.'\;:!. ;;;:; : .:, .. University of Florida, who has '

4 Opinion and Commentary years. "It's- not clear as yet :' 'V"i"\ Ii.,,, studied methods being used in
: whether Florida fish are going ," i \1.. 1 Vil ,'',,\(,I':: ,. Sweden and Norway to save
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belly-up because of acid rain," Ii, 'I ''ft.J" acid-ravaged lakes says that
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says Dr. Alex Green, a University .) ': carbonates, soda,
: : : into lake sedimentsfive
of also Injected
: Florida professor : '''' i; ;''''''''''-
Grand Jury Report studying the problem. f years ago in Sweden not only -
i .. i't ..' neutralized acid, but have '
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According to Hansen and I 4 'U1 kept its pH factor stable ever

other researchers the danger is ,) since. -__.._ .
Deserves Serious '
Ir. Study that the acidity level increases "Many lakes on Florida's

I slowly, creeping into lake central ridge could benefit from
i lea, waters with no apparent ill effects Is It Acid? the new. technique," Crisman_,
F.;. Grand jury reports are not to be politics and an old vendetta." until it finally reaches a The problem of acid rain is now being'added to the problem of said -" "- i
level high to become "These are low-pH,soft ,
& taken lightly and the one made public enough In water :
falling water tables that have plagued lakes In this area recent "
!:. June investigation of The source of "misinformation" was lethal to fish! and other wildlife. lakes with sandy bottoms, Dr; I
> on 18 following an years.
said. "We
not identified, but there should have Scientists, believe that acid Crisman already see
{ the Starke Police shouldy "
i. Department acid-rain crisis. In the
"The rainfall over much of periencing an less algae water here
been rain forms when sulfur dioxide
for the to "
! \y i no exception. ample opportunity jury and nitrogen oxides are emitted the South now averages 10 to 20 Citizens were urged to demand which means a loss of produc-
hear the "correct" information since 1 times more acidic than normal, more pollution controls on Industry tivity at the very bottom of the
I f j. : In a scathing report the 18-member Assistant State Attorney Tom Elwell t into the atmosphere during the with occasional storms that are especially utilities. Air food chain. Aquatic weeds are
I burning of fossil fuels such as
I j I jury, composed of six men and 12 says that both Bowen and "numerous coal:'The fumes mix with water more than 100 times more pollution from the combustion reduced, also, which mean ai
women, cited 12 separate problems in police officers"*testified. vapor in the air and return to acidic," the environmental >, of coal and other fossil fuels loss not only of food, but also 3
'. the Starke Police Department and call- earth in the form of acid rain, report said. "The 13 states of creates corrosive acids when hiding and breeding places for a
ed for immediate reform by. Police Although only one officer was blam- dew, snow, sleet, or even dry the South are on the verge of ex- mixed with falling rain, snow. fish.' w ft .
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\ Chief Jimmy Bowen to eliminate ed in Chief's Bowen's response for particles. --- .- ")) .;

| "shoddy performance by officers in mishandling several police> investiga- Already, the average acidity ..\r
the field, a degeneration of morale tions that led to the grand jury inquiry, of rainfall in North Central New Business Opening on '.

I I and deterioration of public respect and at least three other officers have been Florida is as high as levels in }
of Northeast
some
areas ,
I reprimanded, suspended, or fired for
.' protection., misconduct in the past two years. Canada, and Western Europe On Call St. Others Remodel
that have led to "dead" lakes, ; ,
The jury's report, together with a Among these have been the convictionof and have even damaged trees in '_ ale'.
reply by Police Chief Bowen, are an officer for "vehicular homicide"in West Germany's famed Black save the brick and the original wood work, r ''t s iJ
published in full in this issue of The the death of an elderly man two Forest. So far, no one has blam- been Dale Hall and Mark Kendall, who workin have which is still sound.. ,.

Telegraph and deserve the thoughtful years ago, and another was charged ed hundreds acid rain of sandhill for the death iiveoaks of the engaged Starke area in telephone for some contracting time, recently Other improvements along Call Street Include ,d i,

attention of all readers. but not convicted. The unconvicted of- recently in the Keystone purchased the former Starke Hardware the opening of the Florida Twin tj
building on Call Street and will open the Theatre, which provides a second screen in 'j b
ficer has since been fired
Bowen for
Based on two recent investigations by Heights vicinity and other areas Kendall-Hall Telephone Sales & Service the converted and remodeled balcony of the q ,
involving cases of murder, the grand allegedly being intoxicated and of Clay County. later this month. theatre at the corner of Call and Walnut 'o

jury said, "The current investigative 'damaging property in the police Brezonick and other' scientists The building which adjoins Williams Streets.Other improvements have also been .t
third officer Florida is fortunate in made owner Lee Sparks. '
response to homicide cases is department A was say Jewelry (the old Florida Bank building) was by aIn "
deplorable and woefully lacking in recently suspended briefly from the less that some vulnerable of its fish to species acid than are purchased from the owner, Betty Rogers, of other downtown activity, J.E. Milligan, )
force because of Melrose. interior is remodeled into Starke accountant recently purchased the
even the basic requirements of proper'' improper handling of their 'northern brethren. Thestate's The being '
offices, with wood paneling being used business property of Mrs. .Florence B.'J.
police techniques, The murders occurred an investigation involving a woman.. large-mouth bass and
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which in- f.
throughout and the exterior will be faced Brown on Call and Walnut Streets,
in Starke on Nov. 11, 1983 and In his response, Bowen blamed other popular pan fish seem with red brick to conform with the restoration eludes Milligan's accounting office and five

May 6,1984 and showed. .a complete discipline problems on a "poor collec- would more tolerant ordinarily of chemicals kill other fish.that theme being used by the Downtown Progress other stores and offices. 1'f '

failure to recognize, investigate and tive bargaining agreement betweenthe Committee, Hall said. At a meeting of the Downtown Committee ,

gather testimony and evidence" city and the police union which Until recently about, most acid rain fears have and In addition to the sales of telephone equip- Monday morning the appointment of a committee ''S
because "prevented us from complaints firm will install and maintain authorized to study the long-
of reasons detailed in the;> effectively been coming from the Nor ment, the new was
report.In disciplining police officers in the theastern States and Canada telephone systems, Hall said. range possibilities of additional parking in
downtown Membership on the ]
the area.
past. but two national environmentalgroups Also contributing to the improvementsnow from I
to the Chief will include representation
response charges that 13 in the downtown Kim committee
recently reported underway area,
Bowen said, "Most of the criticismsare In closing its lengthy report, the Southern states, including and Jan Johnson, of Badcock Furniture Co. the city government' and will be announced .

factually incorrect or grossly grand jury said: Florida,will soon face acid rain have launched a general remodelling of the later. \

overblown (and are) centered arounda "It is the opinion of the Grand crises unless residents rise up building, including a new stucco marquee, A group of Starke merchants spent Thursday -
strong
and demand pollution controlson and a restoration of the brick facing in the visiting several central Florida towns
officer who mishandled
single police Jury' that this community cannot af industry-controls which the overhang area on the south side of the that have redeveloped their downtown ,J.
several police investigations. One of- ford.the luxury of a paid law enforce-' Reagan 'administration has. building. districts, Including Mount Dorawnd Kissimmee. -:$ I 'ia

ficer's misconduct is not cause to ment agency".and.agency head that attempts been reluctant to enforce in- 'The overhang is part' ('the original cotton The loc lgroupm; WIUC01 erJY l tIt,of-J T91 t .
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department." The officer blamed by without being informed, educated, and 1880'S" Kim Johnson said, "and we want to. their projects.. ,", .
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Bowen was Lt. M.L. Sibley, who began concerned. I ; : ,

work with the department in 1972. u
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"We expect that these findings and t c

The "misinformation" he allegeswas our recommendations not be taken County'' Agent's Notebook -" by Bobby Taylor '1 qOrganic

lightly and hope and trust that a desire
given to the grand jury was attributed : {
by Bowen to "a lack o( for reform be apparent to Chief Bowen t ;

cooperation between the AssistantState and that reform itself is already underway Gardening If a plant becomes severly infested, is ah example of a natural preparation :li

I Attorney's office and office." by the time this report is released. "Whether your garden vegetables are dispose of it as soon as possible before it that's highly effective for getting rid of
my grown by organic conventional L
or has chance to contaminate other cabbage worms in the garden.
a
and he blamed "this entire matter on "Change must come from the top." methods, you'll still have to deal with Insect plants. at3
I, pests. Insects aren't discriminating.They i And finally,man}'organic gardeners ap-- As I said in the beginning, insects will ,
'II eat a'tomato grown with organic prove of using pesticide sprays which contain tack organically grown plants as readily N
fertilizer just as fast as one grown with natural materials Pyrethrin as those produced by conventional ,s
Call Street chemical compounds. So, the organic Rotenone and Ryania are natural poisons methods. And, the nonchemical control ?
Activity gardener, like his conventional counterpart derived from plant parts. These give some measures I've suggested won't solve all ,1
must adopt procedures to deal with measure of control of insect''problems in pest problems In all situations. But, they .u
Insects. This week, the last article of my certain situations. Bacillus Thuringiensis are good gardening practices., :,,.

fj;; Demands More Parking four-part series on organic gardening, I'll : -It.;
talk about pest control. '"

b 1 With a new atmosphere of activity sources in the purchase of the two s I'I can't tell you that gardening organically !' :.: ,fig:
in ;
,. stirring along the Call Street commer- story brick building' at the corner of because you'll have that fewer simply problems is not true.with Even insects if, Forestry Bradford County ,
,
cial district these days it is imperative Call and Thompson Streets, with one of you follow all the suggestions I've offered By David Norton i, to

{j': that a joint city-merchant effort be the proposed uses being the possibilityof about organic gardening, there's bound to Bradford County Forester :a

made to address the parking problem offices for a state agency which may come a time, probably at the peak of the 4

,. in the downtown area. It was noted at a soon be moving from its present loca season, when you'll feel tempted to give up The Care of Shade Trees, can be used by the homeowner; the broadcast S

meeting of the Downtown Progress tion. If this materializes the new owner the project rid and opt for conventional One of the nice' things about living in or "punch-hole"methods. >*lI
of
pesticides to your garden destructive
: Committee Tuesday 'morning that will adapt the building for modern office insects. But if you're committed to an Florida is the short time it takes newly The broadcast method is the easiest and m
planted trees to shade.
:, Call Street while the exterior of produce Many of can be used where there is no thick sod
to I
"every parking space on use, restoring organic system gardening can offer a our native trees grow two to three feet a
. ; filled few ideas concerning of dealing with cover beneath the tree. The fertilizer uv ,a
was last Friday for the first time its original 1890's architectural style. ways year. measured .evenly
out and broadcast )
those inevitable j
pest problems,without using
in five years. The grant application filed'by the chemical pesticides. But as much as trees add to our land beneath the tree's dripline that area fj
Bradford Historical Board of scape;, they are also one of the most spanning the outermost branches of the-a9
Property sales have been active in County You can leasen the harmful effects of in- neglected items' in landscape tree. The fertilizer is then worked into the ,j
U| this area since the downtown Trustees will be reviewed by the sects by growing healthy, disease-free- maintenance. The Florida Division'of ground with a hoe or rake and watered In... '#
Florida Historical Preservation Com- plants. u you're starting your garden with
Forestry advises that a solid maintenance 'It
: redevelopment movement started seeds; make 'sure you start with clean, The punch-hole method entails using
mission on June 29 and, if matching schedule should Include annual pruningand
pipe or old broom handle to holes six
and the disease-resistant varieties. If punch ..
several months you're
i renova using'transplants
ago, fertilization and in low rainfall
funds received this a
are through source year to nine inches beneath the sod.These holes a.;
tions of occupied as well as vacant Inspect them carefully for irrigation of all trees and shrub ,
vegeta
the money will be used for a surveyorthe signs of insect Infestation. evenly spaced one to one and a half feet q
buildings, have been started or are in Call Street area with the of tion. .. apart beneath the tree's dripline allow for'
the planning stage. purpose It'.) important to plant as early in the Pruning is important throughout all tree an even distribution of the pre-measured t 0
having it designated as a historic spring as weather permits. This will help
development stages. Initially pruning is fertilizer for'the tree. Do not punch any
',4! A stimulating boost was'given to the district. If approved, such designation your: plants teach maturity before the done to shape the trees and to reduce its closer than three feet from a large tree or -

f, Santa Fe Community Center' project would entitle property owners to the. summer peak of insect activity Keep water loss through transportation. As the damage to the root collar may result j
this week when the Bradford County maximum 25 percent tax, credit in weeds out of the garden because they harbor tree matures, pruning involves removal of Irrigation'should become a regular"tree *
insects. If have a well-drained soil
,"-vDevelopment Authority agreed to renovating their buildings .that. are 30 flooding the soil you in summertime can help, diseased improve and the dead ovel1ealth!\ branches.of the This tree helps and to maintenance item, especially In years 'like

'; make a $50,000 contribution for use in years old or older. control nematodes..Water your garden in reduces the risks of limbs destroying this where rainfalls Is below average. A
of the ofthis'project the that the plants don't property common mistake made in Irrigation Is that;
meeting some early expenses morning, so stay values during high winds.
which will provide educa-, Already, the improvement activityalong wet. overnight.. of assuming the amount of water supplied,, ,
Call Street has been encouraging The most important aspect of pruning Is by an automatic timed system for the lawn
'. tional opportunities' for the young, as to those who would like to see the area Use a mulch in the garden. Mulches help where to plan the cut.NEVER LEAVE A is enough to maintain the tree This is not,
:'.' well as adults of Bradford County, and out, in many wa,..,They keep vegetables STUB. All cuts should be made flush with always true.. Soil 'moisture' Is directly' :i
-V; at the same time provide a keystone 'resume its historic role as a commer. off the ground where they're subject to) either the branch or tree trunk.This allows related to the time between rainfalls and- *
. cial and cultural center of the comp .rotting, and \they, reduce,,nematode ,the tree to quickly recover and seal the cut the amounts, average daily temperatures Pt
of Starke's
; for the redevelopment'' Inner munity. But without adequate parking damage Alsol\ cover crop can sometimes area A slow healing wound allows more'' .and ,. anthe thickness of the

y core.' areas, all of, this effort will be to"'no reduce pest { problems. For example, extensive decay to develop before the tree' on -u;,,.r. These variables make II *
fj Several properties have changedK' avail. marigolds tend to limit the growth of some' can seal.off the exposed wood. necessary to measure output of the
dig
kinds of nematodes.
:; system and 1
physically how
; :! hands in the downtown area in recent Pruning a large or heavy: branch requires to see
. This is not just a merchant problem, Rotate gard n'ar'iinct"use sterilized undercutting the branch. Undercut- far the water has penetrated the soil. Ad-
weeks, with the latest, being the pur- justmenta M then be made to provide i; ,
; it is a city problem since the city hall, soil wheneverpossible., And natural pest ting approximately one third of the way
chase by J.E.l\Umgan'Starlte accoun- should be encouraged as much extra water when nature fails us.
housing the zoning office for the, city I predators through the branch will insure that when '
. tant, of the commercial holdings of and county and offices for all city utility as possible r; the final overcut is made,-I to 2 inches in It. Is Important that' these tree
|i Mrs. Florence B. Brown which include Depending on the type of(infestation you' from the undercut, the bark will not peel maintenance items be programmed into
& eight store and office, spaces on Call departments are located in this area can sometimes hand pick insects, from off the tree as the branch falls to the your annual landscape work plan.. Trees '3
and Walnut Streets. of inadequate parking facilities. your plants. This may sound like a tedious ground.'Annual fertilization helps to keepa 'home ,to your property; shade your '11

r- .A special committee to study, and chore, and it to.But,'you'd be surprised tree vigorous and able to maintain the and are an Inexpensive source of, J
Another major improvement was the ,recommend bow well this,method really can,work .in. advantage when Insects'' and diseases at- energy savings when one stops to consider tithe
change in ownership of the former the aquisilion of., adds'tional'parking ''controlling some bugs and worms. tack.'To fertilize,\ one of, two techniquesLooklna minimal cost "of preventative. '
.
areas will soon be Implemented maintenance., :;
building adjoining --
Starke Hardware and,will include '" *
represen- For wore information on two can contact -
.. the old Florida Bank building. .The new .
tation from the ij city commission, as your county forester's,offio 4'Vfo
owners,Dale Hall and Mark Kendall, well as business interests In the '
I area. .r r
I are converting it to ,offices for a The sooner the problem is addressed, "-.4. ,.,_' _.-.-' I,.' "' ,", kY.

telephone sales; and ,service contrac- the better for they're not making any confett to'smell, fuft ,. .

:' ting operation, which will open later more property in the Call Street area, ": : ,,only. to convoy the I......''):::?."" ":'i o
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, this month. ,,and be lower than it 'Of American adult masse and iS percent: Mhet'ww: !**. 'no bfa-K1'1'
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'. Gainesville, Florida! ((9cf4)# ) 372-:535: We've cutiasurancer i I\

mss!"\ Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Crosby (Photo ity ..?. Mdonaon)' Continues) Its Spring es I;:

e:'. for mature i idrivers. p pI

I Mir.. and Mrs. Oscar Crosby PIANO i I

and ORGAN ,

We believe mature,, I
Celebrate
50th .
Wedding Anniversary drivers deserve low :r I
SUPER SALE
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rates on auto insurance
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Crosby line were Mr.and Mrs. Crosby and of Seattle, WA son, Sherman Crosby ?And so does T hie
celebrated their golden wedding an- 'daughters, Mrs.. Betty Estridge and and family or Fort McCoY'lP'and- At Hartford That's be- I
niversary Sunday afternoon at a Mrs. Beverly Webber. daughter Mrs. John Shaw and cause drivers over ajge "
reception at Bayless Highway Baptist Cutting and serving the cake were children of Glendale, AZ, Forrest 50 generally have safer ;t,,;
Church from 2 to 5 p.m. given by their Mr. and Mrs. Frank McDaniel, Mr Crosby of Clermont W.C. Crosby of EAGLE driving habits-r-and !
children, Betty Estridge and Doris' 11 Billy Joiner Mrs. Ann Barker and Groveland Mr.and MrS.Pete Parish, DISCOUNT STOREOF the good driving records -
of Seattle Mrs. Jim Mr. and Mrs. AI Parish and family
Raulerson.
Angland Wash., Sherman. Presiding at the ,
antichildren to it. So
Crosby of Fort McCoy and Beverly punch bowls were Mrs. Bill Mr. and Mrs. Cyrl Parish KEYSTONE, HEIGHTS prove
Webber of Jacksonville 12 grand' Mr?. John Woods, Mrs. Lee Fake, Mr. and Mrs. R. Davis and Thursday & Friday. June 21 ,& 22 The Hartford wants Jo I
children and 14 great-grandchildren.: Mrs. Harold Crews and, Mrs. Mike children of Webster. Also attendingwere reward safer lOam: ,. .
relatives from Gainesville and Save drivers with special <; : I
The hall was attractively decoratedfor McRae. Hundreds on These r ,
the occasion with''ferns, bells, Floor hostesses were Mrs. M.L. 'Jacksonville. auto Insurance
yellow roses, daisies, yellow tapers, Conner Mrs. lor, !Mrs. LamarReddiCk ... ;'discounts.. I
and gold and white streamers.The Mrs. Fred Broadwell and Mr. and Mrs. Crosby were honoredat 2 Used Organs.. ...,.... .. If you're 50 or I
buffet Sunday night ; *,,...,................. $699'
cake table was covered with a' Mrs. Mike Conner and floor host, J.R, a supper .1.c.! .... Cond.: a Rhythm, origin, .!! ISOQ over and have a goo i 1
beige linen cloth and centered with a Kelly. following their reception given by driving record,don t ,r
three tiered, column wedding cake Mrs.'Zelma Maness was in charge their daughter Mrs. Ralph Webber FREIGHTS AM CONSOLE ANOM....,..,..;..,..$I6OO' make a decision on I ,
decorated with yellow roses and top- of the gift table assisted by Mrs. Glen and Mrs. Zelma Maness of Jackson- D.llv.r".nch'Tu..lnl Includ.dFREIGHT .auto insurance with > I

of ped the with cake the 50th was emblem.an arrangement At one side of dale Standley, AZ.and Miss Mrs.Keri John Shaw Shaw and of Glen-Miss ville.Family and friends attending were: Originally $2000 DAMAGED, D.Ilwry/Loh/Twlne SPINET PIANO.., !,..........,.... $1500" out a quote from us. ,
Include", I,, ]
Mrs. R.L. Estridge, Mrs. John Shaw ;
yellow silk flowers and balancing the Cristie Crosby kept the guest book. USED
setting was a five branch gold'' The honored,couple received many and children, Mrs. Ralph Webber and PIANO RECENTLY R STORED.. .:...... ......,.$800 HODGES
candelabra beautiful and useful son; Mr. and Mrs. .Ken Earl and' STUDIO
with yellow tapers. ; gifts including a children, Mrs. Naomi Wright and Joe PIANO oTR DE IN.........'......,J.......$1347,
The two punch tables were covered; grandfather clock, a gift.from their Prlc.J N.w ot Ovr (3300 Inch t :Tuning' F .. :Insurance Agency
'Gerllck, all of Jacksonville, Steve
with lace cloths and decorated with son-in-law and daughter;. Mr.. and
yellow topers in crystal holders. Mrs. Ralph Webber and son. Crosby and Miss Jan Kutz of .
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Crosby were Among the 50 guests there were, Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. BobbyCrosby L EXTRA 2 MANUAL ORGAN (... tUM) 964-4571, ,
in charge of the reception and Mr.and four generations of the family of Worthington Springs, Mr. SPECIAL u".5P..k.r/I.nrh. FRU;| $589 : 101A .
Edwards .
Mrs. Bobby Crosby greeted the guests'at represented. Out-oftownguesis were and MIt Jimmy Crosby Sr.. J.R. .RbJ
the door. Standing in the receiving their. daughters Mrs. R.L. Estridge Kelly, Mrs.W.C. Ward, Mrs. Inez Kelly .
: and Mr Alean Moorer, all. of AUTO LIFE MOTILE HOMES

Starke.The highlight of the dinner'was the INVEST IN. LIFETIME ENJOYMENTBank !I

Burchette and Longnecker visit of a 200 pound black bear that HOMEOw11EAS'I
strolled through*the Crosbys' back Financing Available I
yard garden with the police in hot pure "

Marry May 26 in GainesvilleMiss suit.posse' The and bear'is out still maneuvered at large the THEHARTfpRD "t '\

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Saturdayl errs t 'the: VTOliami eTixt { ,P'' : 4*** : ;\\tffl''jI\Ifi't' ".k "M1r.'ow'F ; xti "'A.lr I

Reuben Thomas Center Spanish' ,
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Court, Gainesville. Dr. Donald L. ? I 'I'
Bain of Gainesville officiated. Miss l'
LORIDA ,
Burchette is formerly of' Gainesville. \
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Parents of the couple. are William 5T'LD

A. Burchette, Gainesville, and Delia i "
H. Burchette, Lawtey and Jack A. AWARDEXOELLE j I

Longnecker, Marion', AK and i
Maryann Cohenour of Kissimmee.
Given in marriage by her parents 2''E I ', '
the bride wore a formal wedding : I
white satin, featuring a high. 1
jeweled 'and empire .. i'.' I '. ,
neckline ., t 1
waistline. The silk illusion bodice was iI'. '. "" ,
adorned with Alencon lace and seed "h' .',. t I
pearls. Appliques of Alencon lace and i.r i., i ."
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beadwork used the skirt and ; '
detachable were chapel train.on Her head- \ ;',' ".. .J k. .I.,' \. I I'P,,': ",,,' "
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piece was a picture hat formed of / .ft' .

pleated chiffon and Alencon lace. She ,,' .. .iJI'-'t' : 'r I ,
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carried a nosegay bouquet peach II/oi" "It. "" ...
colored roses with baby breath. Kenneth Longnecker. : : i
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Janet F. Box of Gainesville was the ', ''., 'f";, 'C" :
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maid of honor Mrs. Karen B. Turnerof flowers, coordinated'with the flowers I 1./,
Washington, D.C. served her sisteras carried by the bride and her'atten- \ r; ,,;\.:,
matron of' honor. Bridesmaids> dants. > ,' ..! : '
were Mrs. Kathy Wilson and CarrieM. Assisting with the reception that I I :'.1,: ,{', '
Eddy, both of Gainesville. They followed was Mrs.Vivian Sparkmanof :, : ',"- it, t'
formal In individually Hawthorne,a longtime friend of the .' ,'''' '
wore gowns '
selected shades of pastel and carried, bride. The'champagne brunch that' .';. ""f ", ..., ## ,
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arm bouquets of spring flowers was served Included a wedding cake'' P" 1r.-' ". 1" \sS// {
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Jack A. Longnecker of Marion. AK decorated In peach, the. bride's J : ", ",,.' ,,, '. .. ; .. : \
served his Ion ,as best '''man. chosen color. ,,0- J f:; :' '' I '' !6 ,"'. '" '
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Groomsmen were Charles Erb of After,a wedding trip to the Florida .' : )' I$. 'C* : /' !- : "I' ,

chette Baltimore, II,of MD.Gainesville; William'. brother A. Burnt of' Keyes.Washington the: couple, D.C.wilt where, reside the In 'j. : Ol the We major.Florida banks'', money:mdrket deposit accqunts, the ':FlOrida V':,' ;' .f j ;,":', fl \ ':,..

the bride, and Robert B. Turner of bridegroom.. Is president ,of j :j, 'Gold Money Market, Account paid a higher rate of interest throughout all of 1983 ; ,. .; ''i' '
D.C., brother-in-law of Longnecker and Associates a governmental -, '' '", .( : "
Washington ( banks! -
Vkl' source: annual reports ol major- Florida ). ; I ,. ,
the bride. relations firm.:The bride is a ; : ,'I '" //1 '11 1.1t \
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Wedding music by legislative aide to Congressman Don ::I.',. :;:, ,! And guess what!? Florida Gold contiriueqtp dut perform t these,same c petitors't I : [

pianist.Decorations Bobby. Griffin. of. Gainesville, a, Fuqua tatives.,. U.", '$. House, ofj; Represen- ,1"F"1.-, : ;, .during. : 'ti irst t quartet' .t.984.,( urceir5t'quaTterrE; '! >ppr ;5Jf.) ;i! : 'r .' .. .

for the ceremony included The bride; is'the granddaughter of".j 'i }' i, If your,banlc'doesn't'; Florida Gold,, rnaybeypu; should, switch to our bank; '.' i' .""1 ':":> 'f. \ ..; I'.

palms and baskets. of,spring Mr. and Mrs.. R.L. Hall of Lawtey.marria ,,,. t,. ,< 1. '" v- i ..o I!, i, : = ; r" ''. ; 'I/ / < ,",,,.. .%......; t.... .4k ..

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A public meeting of the Dyal The wedding will take place July 7i. I .In',It: .
Cemetery Association will be held'' 11 a.m.,at the First United Church, in'<;,. i./I'",., '',.50 a.3sx 8.42X ..50'. ./ ., ...:.,1'' ,
Saturday, June 23 at -9 a.m.8L' the/ 's.iex .
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Primitive Baptist Church.' ', ,_ '*_ .. . 100 '.00 I.' :: .';.i
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Music Department will hold a .; ;, ,7.00 'i o. I
Walter Swlndol fish fry this Friday June 22,betweenthe I 'MATWMA6 I .AP.I.U7 TMMlc s0Umus1, WIN RAT' M& ATLANTIC sownoMT nmHorida d .
To Wed Friday Night Farmers and Dealers Bank''and l] ): I
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Hattie Hum hreya and :WaIter '1 pm. ". ; ."I >('-t.,, "' I .;I.\'a\ ,."", ; :
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f TELEGHAPII June ZI, 1t114 I.
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.n.. ...... I New MInister at First
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':f.r- -- .: f. 7-------: --- The Rev. Ballard Wilson will srryye'.

I I \ .pc.' I as the new minister of the first
Graduate Honored' Herres Attend ConventionFor Class of 1979 ST. EDWARD'S NEWSOn United Methodist from Church In Start .
arriving Orlando
t Just Rev.
t '., With LuncheonMiss Merle Norman Application Due Sunday, June 24, a'' covered dish Wilson will be preaching for the first
Herb and Naomi Herres attendedthe School- dinner will be held in'St. Edward's time Sunday,July 1,at both tho......
Donna Thornton, a 1984 BUS Bradford High I .
Merle Norman class of 1979 parish haD at 4p m. and 11 a.m. services.
graduate, was honored June 7 by Cosmetic Convention must send In their applications\ slips Members of the Core team of the
aunts with a luncheon from 11:30 tort at the Opryland Hotel In for the Class Reunion on July 21. RENEW Program will explain the Rev. Wilson was born .In Afadisorr,
p.m. Nashville TN, May 23 26. Any questions concerning the reu- goals and Implementation of this pr0ject. GA graduated from Madison HigJi
'n' 14 close friends and In addition to daily business nion be School and attended ,
family may answered by calling An- *"""j| aiMryio i
members attended the luncheon meetings, the Herres attended ,drea Waterhouse 964-7763, or Sherry On June 6 a RENEW meeting\ was Junior College in Georgia,the University .'
given by Mrs. Steve Futch and Miss various show rooms on studio design'and ,I Norman._ held hi St. Edward's parish haD and of Georgia in Athens, and the>
Gloria Strickland at the Futch home jewelry, communications, r. was conducted by William Marchese, University of FlorIda, GainesyWe
: On N. Cherry St. in Starke workshops on the ,new products. in- chairman.The He received his B.S. Degree trim 1
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! The table centerpiece and main troduced at the convention. Union Primitive Baptist meeting consisted of discussion Florida Southern College in Lakeland.
! ;jl course was a five foot long sandwich The 2041 delegates' attending were Have Guest Speakers hymns, scripture reading, and also received the Master all!
nestled in garnishes and surroundedby entertained at two formal banquets. pryaor nod reflection. Theology Degree from Iliff School gf'
j" : side dJahes.'A Thursdays banquet was followed by a Tuesday night'at 7 p.m. guest Reports were given on the various Theology,Denver, CO.
basket of pink silk flowers with group of young performing artists speaker will be Elder Paul Williams commission activities and future He u married to the former
L1"1'" \ I'J' was a gift to the graduate as presenting in song and dance, "The of Richmond. VA. Elder Donnie Con- plans for the program in the parish. Kathryn Vickers of
I ;.'-'I,,- "" "\ :' momento of the occasion. Best of Life," based on old radio show nor of Fielddale, VA: vill be speakeron who also graduated from,
1 Carol Jeuir FosseU Special guests were Donna's standards. ,? July 3-3, at Union Primitive Baptist Southern College and received her:
'\ I' \( ', mother Mrs. Donald Thornton, of The banquet on Saturday evening Church, C-233. Elder James. M. Masters Degree from Rollins College:; ,
1 I'j't., was followed by a delightful hour anda
'' Kingsley Lake, her grandmotherMrs. Land. Altar Society Newt in Winter Park.
\ Carol Fussell .: E. F. Thornton of Starke and half entertainment of Henri Mancini Muriel Gilhooly, president,.presid- The Wilson's have three children.
i. Jeffrey Powell great grandmother Mrs. Marion and his Orchestra. The Herres,also ed at the meeting of St. Edward's Jason, who .teaches school iq'
jnoyer of Jacksonville. visited The Grand Ole. Opry Show, on"a Altar Society held in the parish hall on Williston,and two daughters who currently -,
Announce Engagement free day: P.G. Project at: Kings/! June 4.Mary. live In the Wilson home. '

t'. Mr. and Mrs. Asa'David Fussell,of Lake Baptist ,' Gissy has been named Altar Mrs. Wilson enjoys art and crafu

>-. Brooker,announce the engagement of Christening Service at Women of St Marks 7" .. The P.G.Project Clutch Chairman with Toni! Coss serving as work, while Rev. Wilson enjoys out
p,'. their daughter, Carol Jean, to Jeffrey St. Edward's SundayOn of the Cross'1 t, "Impressions co-chairman. door sports,. but especially: churcft
Allen Powell, son of Mrs. Janet M. Meet June 12 at Kingsley Historian Antoinette Stefanelli work. '"
Powell,and Mr. Edward M. Powel of Sunday, June 17, Father Joseph Lake Baptist Church, Sunday June displayed the Society history book she The Wilson served the church Iq ,
The Women of St. Mark's met in the 24, in the 11 a.m. worship service. has assembled and kept to date.
time and
.. Starke. Finlay, pastor, officiated at the Baptism Lawtey at one come to ''
Parish House Tuesday, June 12 Six Stetson "
on Undversy/; students Mrs. Gilhooly displayed the Plaque Reeves '
Miss FusseD is a graduate of Brad- in St. Edward's Catholic Churchof Starke from Memorial United
/ ford High School' Greta Gissy, daughter of Mr. and with president, Mrs. herbert Thomas sponsored by Stetson Baptist Churchof recently acquired for the memory of Methodist Church in Orlando having"'""
",,1 I Mr. Powell is a graduate of Bradford Mrs. James Gissy, of Orlando, and presiding." The study subject 'wasPentecost" Deland, presents the gospel deceased Altar Society Members, served t.bereJor six :years. 4,,'* .
'. High School and is serving in the Daniel Patrick Meng, son of Mr. and and Mrs. Flossie through music and drama. Their goalis This plaque will be placed in the
t Prescott presented the Worship to strive to Praise Cod in in
u.s. Army. Mrs. Kevin Meng of Hampton Lake. pro- song, church.
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1 for gram on this theme. words, and In their daily living. Plans were discussed for the
The wedding Is planned July 7, During the ceremony the infants ..........
I Mrs. Thomas gave a reading from The members of the P.O. Projectare Gainesville Fall Deanery Meeting to Did You Know.
,I 1984 p.m. at the New River Baptist were held by their mothers and were --- j
Chtur Brooker.BIRTHS. presented with Baptismal Cloths in- Reflections on the Day of Pentecostfrom Shelby demons! Eddie Ellis, be hosted in October by the Altar
'I scribed with liturgical designs and "Behold the Man." Robert Lambright, Andrea Society. Mrs. R.P. McLendoo has teturoed'after 'I'
I I This the last meeting for the Schlichter Rebecca and several weeks visit In
was ,
the names and date of baptism.These Wise, Guy Also discussed were plans for the Blowing .
: for the summer.Fellowship Stalnaker who is from Starke. N.C. with her daughterinlawand
cloths are a gift of St. Edward's Altar group upcoming Parish Bazaar scheduledfor Rock, .
f Society made by Mrs.Antoinette Coss Everyone is invited to this presen- Nov. 2nd In the parish hall. family. She. brought back bet, .
I .1 and Mrs. Betty Dazinski. tation at Kingsley Lake Baptist Refreshments were served by the granddaughter, Catlin McLeodome
The fathers of the infants held the Baptist Church which is located at Kingsley hostesses: Betty Dazinski, Pauline several weeks visit. Enroute they
::1 i lighted Baptismal candles which sponsors musicalSix Lake on Highway 16. Greg Douglas, Oeschger, Ordy Greenly and Robbie visited her brother and sister-in-law,
Father Finlay suggested could be lit Pastor. Stinnett. Mr. and Mrs. Lay Cogdill in Knoxville -
i Stetson University students, TN, for three days. .
of the children'sbaptismal ,
on succeeding
: years i .
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The P. G. Project, sponsored by the -"-- \
.\ anniversaries. Stetson Baptist Church of Deland will I I -- -it I If.
Serving as godparents of Greta
the musical "Make It Clear"at
present f.'l:
Gissy were Peter Pelullo and Claudio I ;
in
the Baptist Church
Pinto of Fellowship .
Joshua Michael Luke Philadelphia.Godparents ,I;'
Raiford June 22 at 7
Mr. and Mrs. Danny Luke, of of Daniel Patrick Mengare on is invited to p.m.attend and
Starke, announce the birth of a son, Gerald Meng of Truckee,CA, and Everyone friend to enjoy this special 1 ;
Joshua Michael,born June 16,1984,at Katie Long, of Augusta, GA. bring i
Alachua General Hospital Following the baptismal ceremony, music. I ...
Gainesville. ;' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gissy, grand- '.,j S .. ; "'Ii I
Joshua is joins a sister,Erin,who is parents of Greta hosted a receptionin ..i t',. :
three years old. .' the parish baD, for relatives and ,
I Maternal grandparents are Mr.and close friends of the Gissy and Meng Grace Baptist Church IL"t '
Mrs. Tom Whaley, of Tampa. Mater- families. Holds Bible School
nal great-grandmother is Mrs. Nellie The refreshment table covered witha .;
I Wilkinson of Lawtey. white linen cloth was centered with Grace Baptist Church will hold ;:,
Paternal grandparents are Mr. and an arrangement of fresh roses. The vacation bible school at the church on, .'
Mrs. Walter Luke oj Starke. special cake was decorated with a Griffis Loop in Starke on June 25 .29. .
large cross and inscribed with the Children up to age 11 years will Our 50th Rates .
words,'Welcome to our Parish,Greta have class from 9 a.m. until 12 noon. Anniversary :
and Daniel.' Fruit punch was servedas Youth 12 years and up will start at 7
well as miniature candy baby p.m. until 9 p.m. There will also be an
Of Local InterestMrs. shoes in blue and white colors. adult class at the same time as the

I evening be served.classes. Refreshments will Are Worth Celebrating

J.L. AndrewsEntertains ,i..

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Guests
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Mrs. James L. Andrews entertained -
T4Ppa bifl' :
t .at a,'.'come and see' partySaturdaytooramrfat $ : ,
o.rfQne.C.Qs
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... sion Street for her her grandbaby'Patrickand home on W. MaoU: -!$.;. :.. '. : .' a.great HttI* seafood places. "' : 't .. .I

her daughter, Joy McKay of In- S
dependence, MO.Approximately. 1flOfl%
70 friends and
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relatives attended between the hours l
of 10:30: and 12 noon. : I VV
At points of interest in the party FEED4 FOR$5 6 Month :
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rooms were arrangements of roses in x, Simple'Interest I
bud vases. The refreshment table
held runners and was centered with a : I:' R
bouquet of silk flowers in shades of ,.
rose,pink and blue matching the run.. PLUS A HOLIDAY VALUE! .
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ners.This was balanced by silver can- t 11.842'SEffective
dle holders with blue candles. A tea l p o'NeW: V ''J s\.pav' '. :,
cart also had a runner and centered Year .
with a hollowed out watermelon filled Free> Hog;Jowl 'and. Black .Eyed, Peas I i;, "' 'i
with fruit balls A of served New Year's' with Annual Yield
variety morning : : Day\ every -dinner: ,
refreshments served. .
were
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.....11-a! .a CUP THIS COUPON 11..f11lilll.III j \" I :;.

: Two tender fish,fillets : *Ij K19CI O. ',
Mrs. Michael Bassett FISH FRIES -, .! 11.45 ,
Stork Shower Honoree natural cut french fries .".,j J ..,
About FOR Axf iffk and 2 southern style hush I.I I.I l Year c mmpoonded "Daily! : :
30 June
guests gathered 14 at ONLY &1 Effective Annual Yield :
the home of Mrs. Frank Mitchell in puppies.
Green Acres to shower Tina Bassett Offer ..,''.. ?/f/.4 HlaW l '
with baby gifts.Jennifer .S Not good with any other special lIf'eaRtain 3t9 4 % .
Nix and Pam Pratt H oratacount. f I :
greeted the guests!' Special guests g (at participating Capt. D'I). piaee.HQBBBBOHBBHOI ; 12.168 11.65%, "
were the mother of the honoree,Mrs.
CUP THIS COUPON BBBnaaanaoani .
Verl Best and her grandmother. ,Mrs. .' ,I 2 Year Simple InterestCompounded < .
Mae Miller. r FRIES Two tender fish:fillets. 'j Quarterly .
Catherine Nix and Gerri Lewis FISH S. Fffecttve Annual 1 Yield i ,
served refreshments in the sunroom natural cut french fries '
from an attractively appointed table. = FOR 50 and 2 southern,:style hush r' I :. I
Margie Pratt and Helen glesby 1 x xrnn4 '
assisted.It R UFiUr V mv&ikP puppies. : !. 12 33120I '
was a delightful evening of etf r ..,1... ) i : ''

fellowship, fun and f nd. ordtscountiarparaolpating good with. any other ipectal Ifr'tataln agreatlittlesealoodplace' ; D'Not 9. -' 3;:Year : '," F';.

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( Capt. p's). I Effective Annual Yield ... I
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The Charles Blalocks ..slrs.....CUP tHIS COUPON .......1KLf1 ,

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Rehearsal Dinner HostsMr. FISH ft- FRIES Two tender fish fillets. ,. '. 55'.<.,-'r) '- I'. r ri

and Mrs. Charles. 'Blalbck H .. natural cut french fries t i '. "S 12.550Effective, 012.II". '.

entertained at a dinner party Thurs- FOR 50 and 2 southern'style hush .
Simple
Interest
day evening at S:3Q p.m. at Western 1 4 Year! t
Steer Steak House for their son Jerry : ONLY puppies. Annual""Y1old' Compounded "Quarterly. ,. : .
and fiancee,Lee Aim!Green following 'Oil.. ..,lr.. ';7sis. ,
the couple's wedding rehearsal. M Not good wHti any other special Captain s.j S S .n"r" 'TTTT 5'' '
The 35 guests included the wedding or discount, 5 ,I (
and out-of-town guests,Mr.and B (at participating Cape D's). a great little seafood place % I

Mrs. Eddie. Blalocfc. and. family of I........CLlt THIs COUPON....t/Biran. '; 12.879' 12.30"

The couple presented gifts to their FISH Ar FRIES Two tender fish ,fillets; :'. '' Year. i Simple Interest.
attendants during the evening an4 the Compounded Quarterly
? natural cut fries '
french Effective Annual Yield .
groom presented his bride with diamond .. FOR ', .
earrings after: which. she gave, $1.50H and 2 southern .style hush
him a gift.McRae OHLY' puppies.

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.Nof wtm ihrrep.eat Ce D'- __-0.I Minimum,Deposit' Rates subject to
= any Captain IJ change without notice. 1 4
ear .FUlly Insured up to 100000. Substantial
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Reunion Ot paflc Capt. D'I). a ..place. penalties for early withdrawalFORTUNE !' I't.

Held June 10 CLJPTH COUPON.........! :

The McRae second annual family a .CUP tHIS COUPON I........ [ .
reunion was held June 10 at the G : :

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before lunch with Bill McRae elected ,OR ., : '
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president and Barbara McRae as THRIFT PACK ., I ,:. 1 ,, ?),V, : ;
secretarytreasurer.The VALiM PACK Includes: 12 fish fillets natural cut french his. 't Building# Fortunes VWth '" ;' :; "
oldest member attending, creamy cote taw and 8 hush puppies Serve*4 01 more. I '. ,sound Financial.. Servkcs .V.: !:. :

Barney About MoKae UO peseto', Sr. '',.attended- ; with THKVT PACK h cth des:8 fish fillets,'natural cut trenCh tie, I Starke",pff ce:395 W. Madison St, Post Office Box,129!'J.StarHe, fL 32091 fhone964' :."
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Carolyn Spooner Area Director tot Carlene and Raymond Baxter from>> ere who recently. &' ranslcrred. from I 'Otlfsndo1,Angela Meng of Hawthorne
the Bradford-Union Guidance ,Clinic ,, Interlachen. ; I ; i ; Mffittonna'and Kara Gilbert,. Rita
attended the D.W.I Administrator's By Dolores I j. the inscription, "Anchors Aweigh. On Wednesday evening, D-J. Rid- bWhUA there+;I they entoyeld I 'coofcouts. ]f'+ Mete,,'aM, "porojUjy tuythome. of
i Workshop in Tallahassee May and;: 8, .Meng. D J'. dick, was honored at a farewell din' riding faorsef,:vwimimng, finding diamond Go ttsvUJi. ,
where she met Gov. Graham. Farewell", '. i! The fifty guests attending enjoyed ner held at the Brown Derby chips'in the river /and hiking. MJr. and Mn. Paul Mend spent Friday -
Guv.: Graham was particularly in- Mr. and Mrs. Joe to Kiddiefc D.J. hobled I boating, skliing, swimming Restaurant in Gainesville. Attending They successfully completed, the one end Saturday with their daughter
terested In what the state DWI farewell : a horseshoes and volleyball. were his parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe mile trip up Mt. enjoyedthe am family Mr. and Mrs. David Wannexj
schools were doing in the area of Saturday party June for 18.their The son festivities, D.J. on Among friends attending were Riddick, his brother and si81er-i... w, comfortable cool weather of that and Jeffrey at New Smyrna
I prevention in the public school were held three on leave from the military: Mr. and Mrs. Danny Riddick, 1 his lovely area.'' eb. .
at the home of his brother
. system. and Gregory Lee Mowry with the Air sister Cassie Cooper, and his grandparents Christening Celebration !
; The Bradford-Union Guidance Riddick sister-in-law Danny Lake.and Sheryl, Also Force, Jimmy Bell in the Army, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Baxter Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meng hosted t..,.. Tarry AHeada Convention
; Clinic is one of the few DWI, programs assisting on was Hampton DJ.'s sister, Cassie Jimmy Joyner with the Navy. of Hawthorne. a family dinner on Sunday. The From June 7'to 10 Mm WilmaJean
. which provide'a prevention Other relatives and friends attending Home from Vacation celebration occasion was the baptismof the American Legion
: in the public! school. This'program program is Cooper D.J. will be for bootcamp I from out of town were: John, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Scoggins Daniel Patrick son of Mr;and Mrs. Tie .: at tile meriott
provided to Driver Education leaving Navy ; Linda and Kevin Stanton Brenda April and Erik, came home on saturday Kevin Meng, at St.Edward'..Catholic .
J. students at Bradford High School. June 21.The training. in San Diego, CA, on Walts: .and son Bear, of Jacksonville; following six days camping and Church in Stalks; I, i !, Mrs. Terry,serve a*Sgt. at Armsof
+ In addition to the Red, Pat and Janet McCarthy and An vacationing near Maggie Valley,N.C 'Among out of town gueatllatteodin I .Una' ,Keystone-Melroso: Unit 202 and
attending of '
consisted of cookout
'r workshop, Spooner met all party a dy, Michael and Michelle with friend, They accompanied a group friends were Gerald Meng and Darlene Dow was" accompanied fay five (t.tber.
the favorite foods. The special cake was all from Gainesville to the ranch home of Barbara of Truckee CA. of members.of that Unit.. ] '
j Supreme Court\ Justices, attended decorated in blue and white and had Donna, ; Ray ,. Con- ,, Eugene ;Meng f' ,
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fl. Club in honor of retiring Justice ? 1I
James Adklns. Seated at Spooner's;
: table was also Commissioner of
j', Agriculture Doyle Conner. I






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Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wilcox and son LOOK FOR OUR GIANT 8-PAGE,SALE CIRCULAR,I FOR 100 MORE ITEMS!
' of Fernandina Beach were Sunday
visitors of her parents Mr. and Mrs.

, Herbert Green. *

:I Judge and Mrs. Buzzy! Green and LISTEiZINE FLEET Il, IlsTlxlfof' .
!1 family were Sunday luncheon guests them : ANTISEPTIC DISPOSABLE L REAL IIAIRCOLAK KITS"What's
l! of her mother, Mr. and Mrs. Luther .
Bowman in Jacksonville*They picked zeot ENEMA, i ,
their ,Lex Green at the
up son ai'P-Ort.!
who had interned in Don Fuqua s office REGULAR PRICE
I in Washington DC. for the past uait nMk i. Linhlt?
six weeks. New .9 '
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'! Mr. and Mrs..Julian Johns,.Jr. of ; urrilj2) + .
\ Jacksonville were last Friday guests Eckerd Pharmacists stock the i I 1 ,

4 r. of Mr. and Mrs.,Maxie Carter. Sr. latest In health-related products. I IVA

Rev. and Mrs. Jonathan Baker and '"... -N i
: children of Reholeth Beach; Dela. are
'It guests this week of Mr: and Mrs.
Drew Reddish. ,

Duplicate Bridge Club scores for 1

June 12 were: Lora. Frances and 01
Yvonne Reichman were I first; John
Langford and Ceil Terwillcgar were
second; Lucile Green and Marjorie
Thomson were third; and Ida Shaw
: and Evelyn Griffin were fourth.. I' "

:;. The J.H.Moore Sixth annual family ri ; I

reunion was held Saturday at the
home of Mr and Mrs. Drew Reddishon iA

: Debra Street with 61 attending.. i ZEST .

Dr. H.H..dams and Drew Reddish CLAIROL : i "
attended the Drug Abuse seminar for CONDITION SHAMPOO PEPSI DIE PEPSI, DEODORANT CAUXY 12 :3SPEEDOSCILLATING
DuPont in Wilmington,DL, last Tues ,
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day to Thursday. or CONDITION: PEPSI FREE or BEAUTY BAR.2Z89. II1seRRp 3T y: ;

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Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison spent ASPIRIN e 5fle D r C
: the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde 100 TAaIRTS ,e Or. 1 LIRRS r ,'
Roberson in Waycrosa and attendedthe Limit l 29 rouacaoua Limit2 : ; nna ;

wedding Wes of a niece bn, Saturday Tammie 0 sa i f / t42eit teat,
to Highsmith
Hipps ; 1 Y@ timt, Wdrra ty:
afternoon. ., 'R n. d j..lTit 1.teas' Qr }q'i' I
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Mrs. Betty Jo Baldwin has returned COLLAGEN BOUTIQUETISSUE s a+ox.a.'e'' ''"e-.o.:..... gc, -1 J" :
from Lake Shore Hospital Lake City COMPLEX v
she confined 10 days with a 1 ,, r'' 'RECHARCEA8LE\\
were was LIP REPAIR 'BOX OP 179 ; '(; 317 : ;
reaction from an insect tnte. Vi-OZ.CRf AM I 'lip J I

Mr.and Mrs. Jams Cash and family OFFI ''. .. "
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of Orlando spent the weekend withher' -, 439 ,TOOTSIE 'INSECT '

, parents, Sen.. and Mrs. Charley. 4 Limit 2 whilequantities ROLLS / REPELLENT II 'SYLANIAV05
Johns, 6FACKRCB.1 7 FROST
last INSIDE
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Mr. and Mrs. Alan Avera and baby DELACAR ''i ,
SPRAY .
HAIR
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daughter of Silver Spring Md., are DUSTING a .: p
visiting mother, Mrs, Francis; Merle, ". 1.. : '.......2U.CI& .
June 22 -21.I 51 POWDER Limit, whilequantities .. .. .
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I Mrs. Mike Sistrunk and' daughters l f 99!' "" HEATH DUAL-URNER' i # ', .
MS, who have been "
of Quitman .
GAS GRILL "
visiting her parents, ,M$. and Mrs. :RIGHT GUARD CANDY, BARS I ccryAIR'1250DEODORANT :' -WATf
C.R. Scoggins for a month was joined r "[ PACK .... ,HAIR DRYERO8)e
;: by her husband this week and they 'S-oi BRONZt SPARTUS .... S9 a: 159.99 "' '' ..,.... .... ,, t ,
are returning home this weekend VITAMINS i

r, Pearla Yelvington of ,'Hastings, a 179' 60-12TVPIS + v'L L ( t

resident of Norma's Home, has' as 4JJ9 :--- L+mR 1 while 24.OpO BTU f MOY/eMM011f}
Sunday visitors Mr.and Mrs.Stewart quantities last ,
u, REDWOODLAWN a s ecii A 4 i-at igJei
Craig of St,Augustine. ,Ii ATRA
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I i Jones of Sumter S.C. is ."CICOP10" TAMPONS SWIM SUITS ....19.99' ELECTRIC 4-WAV i
{ Mrs. Leona f ,UGHTEOMHHNHCCHAIR
Rox or aa5TVPIS x, sexes 7 to 14 .
visiting Mrs Arlin McKnight' .;for two .
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1 llrpt! 1-pack 259 499 CHAiSe
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Basic Training: ENTIRE STOCK OF '' FAMOUS I 29" GALAXY 12", 3-SPEED __
Completes ; MAYBELLINEMASCARA EFFERDENTDENTURE i I
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Army Pvt. Brian'E. Whitcomb;son N i 'BEACH ,.F9ORFAN,
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of Robert A. and Laura ... Kitsch of : CLEANSER '41M I IETt
: Starke, has completed basic training\ 20% Off' PACKOPAO I I i Rp.S.a9 Epy t,4.Q 1pUR17TR0rNl; "M"+ rr!++M+ : .3J5,

I, at Fort Dix N.J.He Is a 162> graduateof .REG. PRICE. .. ..,.. GREEN GARDEN'' !
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received instruction l.. drill and '' FILTERS : ; r\ :7JOCg.5.99' :. BASE P bHN:
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will be A P >VnlBl9nBTCBfB BVnHflMWIII HW>iui ll' IP vi 11, qi IHIIB nn 1-.i.v '"'"p "" -
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f 'building fund drive at Ttt: p.m..Only DAILY to 9; SUNDAY 9 to 9. SaN Prl S JJOOd.....' Sat.. JMMCBMUan ,21n1:; .
will bet! a Weight Rally at / ice *fMtf BBtlBfiiaTir Ttt LIMitf BThllMMTl'l'lBllBl' ,
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, : .' sponsoring Bradford-union a "We Guidance Love children. Clinic Banquet is-' L, !I I J',f'<'):.. .\ 1. \I f)) "I' ) '' f' 'iii" hIiMr.r.'r..I'Ij- '' ( J'1).\i/i/ ;:/;' )''.

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,'r II> Elizabeth Terry Mr. Hogan Our prayers are wits attended the wedding' 01 Lee i) ,,,/ Sunday guests of Kelly parents n! ,. Mr. 1n: ohnny Tbmlinson, Mrf. Vicki Wildred Tye visited Mr. and Mrs.
7HZ-XHMI: them. Green and Jerry Bock on Friday and Mrs. Hermie i'I j 'tlgveis, Randy Reddish, and Ms. Tommy Talley and family in Jackson
Mrs. Moody Collins and children, of night at Grace Baptist Church of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin 1 Starling and I Susan Faulkner, were Father's Day ville. Later in the evening they enjoyed -
I'KU.SONALS: Jacksonville, spent the weekend with Starke. family, of BryceviUe, Iwere Father' dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L.M. dinner at Chi Chi's in honor of
- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Courson, of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Crapse and pay dinner guests of their 'parents. ;, Waldo, visited Mr. and Mrs. Don Graves of Starke. family. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy i r-r J.. and Mrs. Fleam Starling.Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman Mr. Bill Crouse went to Kima. OH,
,1 Graves, of Starke, on Monday night. Ceballos, and family, and Miss Mary I and Mrs. ;Chuck Moore ando i ;were\Tuesday night supper guests of for a weeks visit with his parents, Mr.
\, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Starling Menotte, of Jacksonville, Mr. and I' 1s, of'Hollywood, FL, aroi visiting i, their' son and dau 1ter.ln-law, Mr. and Mrs.-Wm. Crouse.
Mrs. Gary Wheeler and family mother, Mrs. Fred for and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Newsome are
!' visited her daughter Mrs. Mary E. and Mrs. and and t their Moore a Reggie Norman at
iMr. Tony Brantley
Mr. and Mrs. Michael I' attended the the of a son, Alex
Springer of Auburndale. for a week Crapse, Jr., week They Moore Reu- Jct proud parents
i daughter Jessica, of Fort Knox, KY. and Michael HI Drew Reddlshs* Hodges Newsome born Friday,June 15 In St.
"I andKaren Crapse of Lawtey, j nidn at Mrs. { home on Henry and daughter,Sarah, ,
" I and Misses Kristina Brantley, enjoyed a Fathers's Day dinner with Saturday in Starke. \ : attended the stock car races at Columbia Vincents Hospital, Jacksonville.
,',) Futch visited their parents, their parents, Mr. and Mrs, M.D. Mr, and Mrs. Burchfleld Miller and County Speedway, Lake City, Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch and their. Crapse, Sr. ': Mrs. Gladys Pringle, of Sanford.were pn Saturday night. Crouse, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
I Friends of Mrs. Purvis Brown aunt Miss Elizabeth Terry on Saturday i I Wednesday dinner 'guests ; of herbrotherinlaw 1O.lfriday evening, June 15, Mrs Newsome, of Jacksonville.
I regret to learn that it was necessaryfor night. : I and sister, ::Mr. and Mildred: Tye was a guest of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Jr.,
her to return to North Florida Mrs. Mildred Griffis, of Ebro, FL, i Mrs Les McClellan I ,' i !Mrs) Gene Pearson at the Brown Derby ,and grandson Tony visited their son-
Regional, Hospital, Gainesville, in spent some time with her brother-in- Mr. and Mrs. Ken Frank ,,.of I Mrs. Ben McCulley spent two} weeks jRestaurant' In Gainesville, in-law and daughter, Mr. ,and Mrs.
: Wednesday. Our prayers are for her. law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lakeland, spent the weekend ,with!i with her son-in-law and daughter,Mr celebrating Mrs. Tye's birthday. Mr. Billy King and family in Jacksonville.
1 Deepest sympathy of the community Green, of Starke. Their other sisters their brother-in-law and sister, Mr.: ''I! ancf Mrs. Scott ; in Dale City,; {find'Mrs.' Frank Camp were also Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited
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is extended to Mrs. Jimmy Hogan Mrs. Ruth Strickland and Mrs. Mary and Mrs. Oscar Carter. t I VA Da'it', ,, guests. their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
and her sisters Mrs. O.J. Anders, and Belle Strickland, also fo Ebro, They Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly, of 'I' Mr. and Irt McClellan, F Saturday, June 16. Mr. and Mrs. Seavers Sr., of Jacksonville onWednesday.
I I Mrs. Hearn n",*. due to the death of the weekend with the Greens. Lake Worth, were Saturday night and .! and son Jeff, Mrs M.argle jReddlsh, John I C. Tye and children/ and Mrs. .
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' 3 Receiving a patch and two stars :'
l were Christina Bath, Johnny ''' '
Prescott, Vience Robinson, James }
Miller, Don McDavid, Nancy Arnold : )
and Josh Lewis.Receiving .
patch and three stars
were: Josh Crawford, Stephanie
' Gainey Tammy Wilkerson, Kelly
Dyal and Sarah Douglas.
j The Presidential award was
presented to Christina Bath, Lucille
Foster, Elizabeth Foster and Lonnie \ .. .
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The Rev. Richard Cain of the ; I.
Praise Christian Assembly Church in .
Graham announced that last Sunday
morning was appreciation Sunday at .
the church and services was set asideto
recognize those who had given of "
their talent and services to the -, 'I.. ', \
church. 'Students were awarded for A '..

exceptional performance in Sunday ., .... .
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BES Students Tour e-

students Florida,teachers LegislatureBES and parents ,1 :

visited the Florida Legislature May ;
22 in Tallahassee.The ;
students making the trip were ;
members of the student council and .
safety patrol of the school. The ;
Brooker delegation toured the State
Museum, the Florida Supreme Court, .
the new and old Capitol Building, ate
lunch in the capitol cafeteria. and
passed a student bill in the senate
chambers courtesy of Senator Bill A4 L
Grant.
School Lunchroom Manager to Retire .
Georgia Howard the manager of the "
school lunchroom at the BES campus ,- ,
says she is hanging up her tea towel PRODUCE
and retiring after 21 years of serviceto GROCERY .
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PACp OOOoce.v.Mnpc COUNTY oU.YdCU?IOw. mw.KMnnm n*MHTTO.. ouANimnh
the students and staff of Brooker "ct"SOLD ro__ *TYpnomm ICAL u*>om.
school. (Georgia is the first manager CALIFORNIAIbb
that has remained with the lunchroom .
program at Brooker school UOZCAN I i \ Large ,j .
long enought to retire.) L Corned Beef ,, 1.29 ..4 '
Georgia said she has watched the SILVER FLOSS I > .q. |I" & '

and children sympathized during their with growing them-as years they',., Monte32OZ' itrli Kraut.j.j]' ,,-t. "5r'r :tf' a fiJU i ?* vi: ,, Nectarine ," .' ", ". 11, I>-4;*

,.' went from adolescence to adulthood. SAUCC i '
Why, they are my boys and girls and I g'"g. Heinz Worcestershire' ,* ,W' .79
am real proud of each and everyoneof
them as they make their way in Catsup HAMBURGER HOT DM SWEET OR DttiVlaslc ,

life.Some Relish. 4, .". ''I,4{ WOZl! .j)l>S9 69
have achieved the goals they
set for themselves, while others are LEMON-LIME OR ORANGE REGULAR OR.SUGAR FREE II PACK' i ,

still struggling along to reach their A&WfIootBeer: .,:.:,. .Ii.; < Sf1.594&OZ t: LB
dream. Nothing pleases me more "
than to hear their dear voices saying"Hi GatoradeThirst OLD FASHIONED 'I j" ", I

Ms. Georgia, how are you KoolA I; .. '' '' twO"' ;1O FRESH
today?" Or say, 'you want to see the d''i
latest addition to my family?" Mostof AEROSOL | i, ,
them remember me and this is a 99 (: LysolDislnfectant.; ;.,. ; 120 ;%1.99 .GreenCabbage f
treasure I hold dear to my heart. '' :r"" :
When asked what she intends to do Quencher j -? : > '

with all the free time,she laughed and 5ifDoodle Noodles I l 6 P 1.OO;( 4

said, "Why, I plan to plant a garden : '
and can lots of vegetables and go : ;

fishing every chance I get. That will SMOKE,REGULAR OR HOT .. .; ,' .;,i.. 3 SS-1; ..OO ''
be a lot. Boy, this is something I have Kraft Bar-B-Que Sauce sot .89 APPIAtuce : ;
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the students and teaching staff,but by Leisureway Plates .' \ tOO CT .89 DOlE :' "' .I I I I'': 17
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This lady has made many friends. ; .1. boz '1.29

Georgia was recognized for her Faygo Diet Sodas. . 4 1 31.OO TASTY ay 1"I i 1 I LB
outstanding ability and years as Pre Idaho cis >' _
manager of the lunchroom programby HOT 000 f Sp ; 1.19 '
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dedicated the yearbook of 1984 to her, Twirls & Cheese 3 aPKas I i FLORIDA .
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and she was presented a deluxe table FRESH KOSHER : ,, '. ,
mixer for services rendered byBrooker's June Boy Dills. . . .:'. MOZ JAR 1.49 tAUNDRV: ?:J' I ', ," ; :" ,

Bath. PTA president, Mickey VAN CAMP'S Rlnsopetergent., ., i.t. 720Z, .,,99 Large. '

i, To complete the picture, there will BeaneeWeenee . . 2..IOZ.. 1.OO -jLp 5 ''I'' "I, .
be a reception at the school Friday, Ivory . '" *" . ..J 1:39 ,. .,
,. June 8 from 2 to 3 p.m. Everyoneinvited is ITALIAN, 1000 BLE OR FRENCH' .< : Mangoes !I '
to come and take part in this 'Wishbone Salad Dressing tooz .77 PEAS CRgAMS, ,:; to : ,
b! farewell to Georgia. r aTi. ; LlbbS, (IEGawNOUbI.. iw :''h ,2 CANS .| .QQ : It
JUNE ,
BOY SWEETSalad i.
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Apple Juice . . 1.19 .SHrnlffiOLAOEROR "pE'fiOWDER', !'r"I" 5 ,I..

For Firecracker 40O REGULAR,va ':, : l !: EACH

White Springs'Water 2A91.00. 1.00, Menner, \ Speed Stick I. r G# 1.49
t The field has grown to 50 for the July '
4 Pepsi Firecracker 400 stock car NORTHWESTERN
y race at the Daytona International BEER & ,
Speedway. Eating
On-deadline entries wee received : i :
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Thursday from drivers Benny Par- !' \\no Mir WHI1'IOR! Pena ,
sons, Ron Bouchard, Harry Gant and FROZEN g LB SAG ,LAKB COUNTRY
j. Joe Ruttman. Entries had to be PACKER LABEL ;Soft Wins' 1.89 Pears
postmarked by June 11 in order for $" 6' 9 ;Ipso MU'\ OOLDEN! CHAPEL': "
drivers to receive Winston Cup Grand 1'" 'UobfraumHchfO9,, ,
National points. French Fried :Potatoes"CHICKEN :A ,
: "We expect: more entries prior'to ,' ;;OLD: MILWAUKEE '
BURGUNDY: SEAFOOD WTTH HERBS.
the race, said speedway ,
general
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1 manager John Riddle, 'Ibut these SO'J WITH BROCCOU110Z FROZEN r IWJNVAU 39IJ a .

J are definite drivers who will attempt Ctoeslc. Ute COMERS- 2.89 Strawberries 1:0": f, 100Z .59, a '
ORuGH1
to qualify. That insures a good field; ,
) $179
looking over the list it's Lard to pick MRS 8Mmn APPLB.OR PANTRY PRIDe 6 PACK .lB

out the 10" who wouldn't! seem likely to' Dutch Apple Pie z 2.89 Whipped Topping i h ." ,.,,son .-g, ; CAN

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qualify. .
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i 1 40 can will start the $ I7,300 .
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Firecracker at 10 a.m.Indendenc: '1"', Aol ti II.I ,'!t,
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FLOUR .
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record set to In 55 1980., equaling the- *modern. .., .; *I'! MARl } ; J ''II CHIPS" III. iU3BAa.PUAiHonseLf! >siNal':I fouLAHOReLrrTWFLvqp > I: 1. .,:
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I | I uwrr'i COUPON PER ITEM ooooTHHy I I 2P. II' 600D.:11 ThRU' WEONEBOAJUN5 9r. ma4' I 1 UMTM COUPON PEA CTEU OOOO "I ,
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1 by the speedway. as the Sports Car | THRU LIMIT.1 WEDNESDAY COUPOf'*PER,JUNE REM 27.OOOO IWk I I YVICJNESDAVJUNE, Z/V 1084. I I \ f 'r t'1". 1" I'Th1RUv' Y? rrEM.2JI '11141 l,II I 1 rn 4WBDneaorJUNEiSK\ I I II

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Rodney Hall Tossci in-Hat;<- Harold Davis Makes Bid .1

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ROdney p.. Hall dean:of the Bradford Florida National Guard its 'tha-Com-' :
School Board, has tossed his hat rnand Sergeant Major of Camp Blan-
For I
term In the ring for re-election to a sixth ding. \ County Clerk Position

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Hall is married to the former Harold K. Davis announced Tues Commissioners and is the chief finan-
In addition to serving On the county Janice Dansby of Starke. The Halls day, June 19, that he will be a candidate cial officer of Bradford County which
School board, Hall is the elected have two sons, Steve and Richard. for clerk of Bradford County. has a 1883-84 budget of$3.B million
district vice-president of the Florida Davis, 50, is an agent for Indepen- Davis Is a graduate of Bradford
School Board Association and is a dent Life Insurance Company He High School and attended the University
member of the board of directors of In announcing for re-election, Hall was previously manager of the Starke of Florida, majoring Business
he state association. says his experience will continue to be1 Branch of Fortune Federal Savings Administration. He served in the U.S.
a valuable asset to the elected office. and Loan of Association (formerly ,Army .for three yean during the
Hall's platform has been to give,the 1 Guaranty Federal) for 10 years. Korean Conflict and was honorably
Hall is employed by E.I. du Pont de citizens of Bradford County a strong Davis cites the increasing fiscalresponsibilities discharged,
Nemours & Co. as an Employee Relations voice on their school board,He promises i of the clerk's office Davis is past president of the
Supervisor and is the Training to continue to listen to the pea 1 and states his background in financial/ Starke-Bradford County Chamber of
Supervisor for the local DuPont ple's needs and to represent them, and managerial work will benefit the Commerce, past chairman of the
Plant He Is a retired Army Reserve while assisting to upgrade the education citizens of Bradford County March' of Dimes campaign, local
officer, presently serving in the system Harold Davis Duties of the clerk include both Draft Board,and a former member of
Seeks Clerk's Post County and Circuit Courts. The clerkis the Starke Rotary Club and Jaycees.

also clerk to the Board of County "He" has__'_served_ on the Starke_Land__..,__Use__.._
f uuuuiit!, Committee, end previuuaiy
.t has been active in the'Dixie Youth
sports program with the Starke
"I Recreation Department. He is
presently chairman of the Vocational-
Technical Advisory Committee.
,Davis is married to the former San-
dra Moore,a Bradford County native.
The Davises have, two children:
Tracy, 16, and Hal, 13.
Mrs. Davis in serving as her hus
y band's'campaign treasurer and can
be. reed; at phones 964-6853 or
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'time of year, one often comes across
Luscious,ripe,juicy peaches..nurtured Mother Nature to the t' newly born wildlife which might appear -
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to have, been abandoned
( very peak of flavor Picked and packed quickly but carefully'and ; qfJj1jj1 phaned. or or.

y u rushed non-stop to your Pantry Pride.The only peaches that are A 1/i \ Before gathering''.up that cuddly-

fresher are still on the trees looking fawn, or other wild
creature, and tang it home to,care
for it, consider that the critter may
not be lost. Except in the case,of a
LARGE rr bird that may have .fallen from its
nest,other wildlife,'young may' be
resting while attentive.parents are in
nearby concealment.
The human urge is to try to care for
young 'wildlife, to nurse them to
vigorous,healthy adults. All too often
SWEET AND the attempt is literally short-lived. In
.' JUICYPICK many cases,the young.animal fails to
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ALL PRICES & COUPONS Even' when successful, 'caring for
EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, JUNE wildlife' out of its natural habitat has

;;J, 21 THRU WED., UNE 27. 1984., Lg; its wild problems., an'animal When which released has in been the

dependent upon humans for food and
llllEATr protection becomes an easy target for
y Hn SWEET REDCALIFORNIA predators and is unable to make the
,1-. 'U.S.CATOPCHOICE DAlRY'& transition from food handouts sear
ching for sustenance in a new and
/ strange, wild environment.
Large ,1 Boneless'i4a' I$. g Making pets of wild creatures can
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p PrtdeM
,,,,,, a. .r. also be dangerous. A baby raccoon or
/ Rn 'r. skunk can: inflict painful-bites'/InY \!'
: i Plums l\1I"ofl'''' .a ..; ," t J ,p11p \ice i'y i'atllelt.'."" rM !u i,',jt-" ..tr ; There are other hazards as,well. A
!. pugE $1 9 fawn grows quickly and at six monthscan
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l11 U.SDAnMDEl1FF1 =RVeR HALFCAI. knock an adult human to the
i Thighs'.orDrumsticks ..;: ground. There have been many accounts
8FAM'I.YSlZe9PKG'
BREAKSTONES of pet deer suddenly and
Sour Cream. S3 .59 1 without warning,turning upon human
t, r f LB Assnx FLAVORS benefactors and. inflicting bodily injury
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LB usoATOPcHolce Ground Round! FAMIlY | DannottYogurt S3 .39 ] A bird fallen from its nest
. .,8IZI!PKo L8.99 WHOLE MU tOW FAT VANILLAAxelrod'svoauKT young
USAA.TOP CHOKE! should be carefully returned. Other
& ,99 1 animals should be left ,alone,,, or
Bnls. Top Rnd. Steak . u2.691 COUNTRY CftOCK returned to the wild. '''Contrary to
CAUFORNIA U&DA TOP CHOICE BEEP Shedd'sPPw Ia .1.88 populair belief, maternal Instinctsare

THOMPSON Bnls. Rump Boast .". u2.69 NEwlrorscaHARP strong and most wild mothers will
ttSitA.TOP CHOICE Kraft Cheddar .. 1.3"".".1 reclaim the young,even. with human
Sandwich Steaks THN sraJa 2.991 CHEESE PWOE BtfflMECHEESBFCOO scent on them. '
SeedI .
ess ar u> So, it's far better to'avoid the temp-,
i UAOATOPCHCXCe FAMLY Amer.Singles w 1.39 1 tation of picking up and caring for
Cubed Chuck Steaks a5 P1(0. La2.69 | young wildlife which appears to be
., COOKED,BREAPCQ.HEAT A SERVE Mr. Turkey abandoned.They'll do much better on

.R craes On-Cor PaitieS* ?>., r .seepKa FAMILY LBl.19 I| : Turkey' Franks; their own: : '
HICKORY SMOKED, It is also illegal to possess any live
Smoked loam ces..L81.69 wild animal,except squirrels,withouta
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%,, PORK 89' fines up to$500 and-or 60 days in Jail.May .
<: Smoked Reek Bones .smpKa ..69j PKQ.SUNNVLANOSURfSD&ASSTO.1 LB.


99' Market Style *fl | CHEESE ft MEAT Is Record
'$ 9
A Sandwich tal1.59 Fishing Month
LB Sliced Bacon OSCAR MAYER SLICED ROUND
1 OH SQUARE-12OZ LUNCH MEAT The month of May was a record set
'FAMILY SIZE pxa .LB Variety Pack ... 1.99BAOWN ting month for area fishermen according -
1 ft 3ERVB ASSTO BHEAKFAST, QWALTNEY SLICED to fishery biologist for the Game
FRESH Swtft'sUnkSa .e.R PKQ IZ 1.39] TurkeyHarn. '= 1.48 and Fresh Water Fish Commission.
A ST-'TI'AIR HEAT SERVE CHICKEN BOCOONA During the month,a 13.3 ounce spot-

.GreenPeanuts ComDogs"'I, .. ,,..ii. f Pl<<1.69 Lyk"POWERPAlt MS' .99 ted recorded sufish by Jasper" (stumpknocker angler Coy) Dot-was

gw WRAPPED FLASH FROZEN ,, KAHNS1LB CHUNK son. This is a potential state record,
rozen Cod Mlle i''? '. 0. L81.691 Braunschwelger 1.39' as no fish have been entered. in this.

s SMOKED BEEF category.
The fish was caught in the Suwa -
Hamel waAMOLnLa. LI\ 2.19
nee River north of SR-6. Dotson
PPET1ZER&Bakery. caught the fish on a white beetle spin
<: .It. fished near the shoreline cover.
the last two weeks of May saw the,
m lima
.81 g N4[ rA, LwsTOase. HALF LB 'existing record for longeared sunfish

(redbreast surpassed ,by: i three,,
'STORE SUCEO B 'anglers.The largest fish weighed one,
V :$ 19
LB LeanBoiled ,. 1, pound, 12.8 ounces and was caught' ,by
Alvin Buchannan of Old Town.
,Harris. 'HAMBURGER OH PANTRY The fish was caught In the Suwannee -
ti. '. Pf1IDE River north of US-19 bridge on a;
Dog
fINISH BAKEDWhite ; <, ." Buns .1. 'meal worm fished on the bottom
) BreadALL r t '. .' t.t, to. LOAF f LII'. 3/ Buchannan's fish surpasses the old-; :,0;:
wHiteMEST "" "wry' PACKS record of one ,pound, ...88. duncesesublisheL
.'. In 1977 by over four
9 i'utkey Rilli.w. ;" ,"'"'.." '*. .. ,, ..4'4 L,81.69 ounces. The fish, if certified, will also
<'"f., VIil'i- { WITH TWO VEQETABUB ft A ROLL ;.i, V--i''; PANTRY mot:lOUOAVU be a new world record for redbreast.

< Cube ,Steak DfawMir, K . 1 .9 9 KlngSizeBreacb..311.48' '. Other categories of game fish with,
;' PIN ,!. ,.f' : PANTRY PRIDE:1 OZ LOAVES existing state records include: large,
''g1' PKa. 'L '1 l 1.79 B+aw&q has Bread 211.19. mouth ,bass, 19 pounds: ; icrappie, 3.
"r'4'a,:t' . 16OZ LOAVES MOWN ft SERVE pounds.,12 ounces; Suwannee bass,3:
: .. fAillHlIIAKJIU :' ;' oz" laullAPsrtBrostl,2/1.dl9 pounds, 8 ounces; channel catfish,43
: Rye Bread ., ,, ,'l,1.'..l;""'I.Vi>. *, LOAF .79 IIEEDOAU. pounds shellcracker, 4 pounds, a: ;
0> ,\", \ Dunkln SHx, ... ounces: striped,bass* 38 pounds, t>,
..89FRESH ;
} f Freeh'Baked Craleoniito. .,2.99'H' """ ounces and blue; :gill?,. 2. pounds,. u';
ounces.
BAKED ON PWSWSe! ,
Persona catching fish larger.thanthe '
BoS ,OhflMIt9. PIe**.,..,'?".. .. x+1.89. existing state record should coO:
tact the commission's lake City of4 j
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W.W. Woodchippers beat STANDINGS
Teal Tile Till
Teal ** 044 19 William 4.p'-' with a double.
in the final of the
16-4 game season to Olin. 103 000 04
take the lead In the men's city Softball i
Woodchippers 15-2 Teal Tile( leading hitter: Goodge 3-of-4 Olln Ml 003 0
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If. league. Wednesday night the two Teal Tile 14-2 with a home run, Crew 4-of-4 with two Wildcat 030 200 I
teams will battle it out in a single Fla. Poly 10- triple, McCullough 3-oM with a double Olln leading hitter: Desue with a dou

: .; : elimination championship tourna- LWCI 8-10 Sibley with a double. Bigg 2-oM with a ble, Colbert 3-of-4. Campbell with o double I
I.;, ment. Ollns ,'. 6-12 triple and double, Thomas 2-oM with a R. Desue with a double.
It' Eddie Dyal, Jim Lewis and TommyWise Wildcats '. : .' 2-13 home rum Wildcats leading hitter: Massey 2-of-3, ,
Y ,+I yr each hit 4-of-5! along with triples La wtey Twins : ,1,\\\?* 1-14 Olin. 'leading' hitter: Cameron 1-of-2 V. Massey with a double. :
riq rt Matt Hull and Gaines
from Terry to
with a double\ Carter 1-of-2 with a triple.
lead the Woodchippers in hitting during
RESULTSPoly Weedchlpper 632 401 14Teal
f the game. .' '. LWCI : 220 071 12 Tile 000 103 04
: ; f't'j The two teams were tied for the 344 003 15IWCI Woodchlpper 00(13)) 504 24 Woodchlpper leading hitter: Dyal
lead in the league going into the final 000 241 04 LWCI hitter Waddell 4-of-5 ol-S,
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I It leading : 4-of-3, Wise Hull with a triple,
j: g IitJ I game with 14.2 records. The win Poly leading hitter: Ratliff 3-of-5 with a with a doubt., Bassett with a double. Lewis 4-of-S, D. Wis. with a double.
: I boosted the Woodchippers record to triple and doubU, Ba.. 3-oM with a. dou Rowlensop 3-of-4,Manning with a double.Woodchlpper Gaines 3.ofwlh a triple .

152. ble. Dickinson with a horn run. leading hitter.: Dyal Teal Tile leading hitters: Crew:. 2-of-3,
-i; Florida Poly finished the season in LWCI leading hitter: Waddell 3-of-S, 4-of-6 with a triple Crawford with a dou Jones with a double., .ii:, "
third place with a 10-6 record..''.'*,. Luther 3-oI-4. Baiietl 2-of-3. ble.' Wheeler: with o double, Hull4-of-6 ";:'''1':, '

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lead of the men's church Softball Green, Boone 1-ol-2. .1h.r
league this week with a 17.1 record; Sr Boy leading hitter: Alvarez 3-oI-4, ,
The second place Starke Stars are Carroll 3-of-4 with a home run and dou

{ '. just one game ahead of "First ble. Crosby 7of-3. Johnson 2-of-3 with ; '
,', two doubles, Tlmmon 3-of-3 with
f frV'y Methodist and Northside Baptist, The a triple. LEARN

Stars are 13-5 while the other two. are. / 2 TO'
12-7 \:%,;\ New River 002 000 2 J ABOUT THE BIBLE
4n Grace 100 002 9 /lA "'' '
1 STANDINGS I \ New River leading hitter: Anderson :J .",
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Grace leading hitter: Chuck Johnson
Grace ;V'-\ VACATION 'BIBLE SCHOOL
with a triple( Duncan with a double.Smyrna .
Stars 13-G
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First Methodist _2-B
fi'.\ \ 001 000 01North.id.
Northalde A'lt t 12.7New
: 300 034 10 KINGSLEY LAKE BAPTIST ,CHURCH
River ,(. ", ((10-9
Smyrna .. ,' 8-11 Smyrna leading hitter: Sear(. with a ,- ,.ffu ..
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Air Park ,, :t,. / '&Z.16 double.Northside I' LOCATED AT KINGSLEY LAKE HIGHWAY 16
J {' leading hitters .
Jr.Stars ;M. .: 017a : Cubb.dg.3ofd f'it"" ,
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.Craig Supp with Trophy RESULTS : ; double Chirty 3 of-4. I, JUNE 25. 29 }'., >.,,, ,.. r,
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'): 120,000 Methodist 240 010 07 .
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Grace .1703 '821 U 9s00: .12:00'NOON. \/' .
Methodist leading hitters Thomas "
Air Park leading hitters: N.ttl.s: with a : i ,,y '
Sapp Nabs TennisTournament s ; triple. Olive 2-of-3. .ffi' -Ay 2 of-4, Shoening with a double 2-et-3.William with a double ALL CHJLDREN AGES_3_-' 12_ARE.INVITED'TO' ATTENDIII

Grace leading hitters; Duncan 3'0",4 -
New River leading hitters: Thompkin
with a double Noiworth 2-of-3'wlth a
run'; with a double Barton 4'0'.5 with a double -
double, McClellan 3.of.4 with a home ,
Chub Johnson 4-of-4 with three (home Cain 3'of 4. with a double PLEASE CALL 533-2018 IF YOU NEED TRANSPORTATION.Vacation :

TrophyCraig runs. Jr. Star*. 000 000 00
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Jr Star leading hitters Thomas 2-of-3
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Sapp powered his way to a Sapp received a bye in the first Sr. Boys 300 **4 19 with triple. William 1-of-2..
round as the number one seed then ,
convincing win in the finals of the
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Starke City Tennis Tournament held defeated Drew Davis 6-0, 6:0 in the

,Saturday, June 2 at the Pratt Street quarter finals. Ills( opponnent in the

i Courta.rh '. semi's Bobby .illlrl, defeated Jerry t t 1 t. .. ",,,,,,' ,
M. Gri// .round. .,.., .tI""o"" fI 11JdarpM
i .... i *.. -,' ?, ; B-4. 6-3 m-liio second r rr, h',0 o + rr
Lawson received bye in the first
Sapp a Bradford High graduate
t who played at the number one position round, then boat Paul Gunning 6.3,7.5 !
for the Tornadoes during the 1983 in the second round to advance into %

season, defeated Jim Lawson &-1,6.3 the semi's' against Kittles. Kittles Bible School
take the singles crown. defeated Tommy Powell in the second ,
to mens *
round 6.13..
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Keystone! TourneyThe \ : June 25 -2 984
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Sapp got off to a strong start Our .
Keystone Heights Country (
against Lawson utilizing an attack. Day Tenms Tournament begins Mon : YO
ing, serve and volley game and moved day and tournament director Mark / f
the ball around the court well Friedhn invites all interested! playersin oti 1

against his older opponnent. the Starke area to participate. i

You can register today. Friday or .
Lawson advanced to the finals witha Monday at the city hall in Keystone _
a&. ,&-3 win over Archie Kittles in the Heights or by calling the director at
semi-finals while Sapp defeated Bob- the Bradford County Telegraph at '
by Hart in the other semi-final by 6-3, 964-6305 during office hours or
6-2 scores. 473-43UO at home Fist tist Church



Lawson started to find the lines and *** ,v. TM. r i \*
corners in the second set of the finals, eaaHERITAGE I V f ** ,

and tied Sapp at 2-all when he held ,
/ ',< 'f' Clark & ,
; : Jefferson Downtown
serve in the fourth game with a succession ." .,' -, ,( .,
of passing shots from the : / .' : t'r'\:; -,;:: \ t .
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baseline. \,. .
Tour of \
But Sapp got his game back under EuropeAustria r
control and used a tricky combinationof France ,
cross court and shots ki
drop to go up l
5-2, then served out the set to claim Belgium Germany
the title. Switzerland Liechtenstein 9OOtill2KlbonAges 7:30P.M.

15 Inspiring Days
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"If we had played again right alter under the spiritual leadership of Birth through 10 ForYouh
the match our scores could have beena
lot closer," Sapp commented after- Father John H.
wards. "I was lucky to get a quick

start because he can be a dangerous DUX _ _. ___ _, ,
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player when everything is clicking.We J
had a good match and *'d like to Diocesan Director of Liturgy; Pastor, :-

thank everyone who helped sponsor SL Madeline' Parish, High Springs

the this tournament.y ar." They did a great job FREE *" FREE FREE. FREE *,

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Dove Survey Helps
Determine Seasons GOLD KIST

There is a census currently being
taken but instead of counting noses OUR WEEKLY SPECIAL!
they're counting beaks.

This Is the time of the year that ( Juno 21 -27 1984 ) .
Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission Save Real ., .
Dollars.
studies the mourning dove Right Now!

population in the state by conducting 0 i ,

a, call-count survey ',I,.
"We couldn't possibly count all the

individual doves in the state or even .
all the nests" said Gordon Spratt the 9 ORTHO Don'tForget '
Commission's state-wide coordinator 0 \ ." .. : :ti f.f.I
for the project. '"But by carefully Home I .' .
Pest '
selecting routes throughout the state ; ; I ,
and e .
recording the number of dove :
calls heard we get a very good picture Insect Control
of the total population'

The. call-count surveys have been Ready towel! .," '. '
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conducted In Florida since 1953 in con Indoor
junction with the US Fish and Wildlife 9 or outdoor! t '

Service. 24 routes have been a a I Kills ant$, crickets ;;L; 'l< Shrubs,
established in Florida and total of '
a "
about a thousand are used throughoutthe Sale cockroaches, fleas ticks > ,,. 1-\,\ Trees =. wa
country. The USFWS used the In. Price and more! *"j!' I,', ,

formation determine gathered the from mourning each stateto dove .$ 64 o Convenient package! ;:> L ;,;: ': 'Flower gardens!

seasons and bag limits. c' a ''
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gal ,
Florida is usually allocated 70 daysIn REGULAR PRICE 849 Weed control Pest control
the fall for taking mourning doves r .
c and the bag limit is usually 12 per Mulching. Trimming
day. Spratt said about the same will S ,

probably be recommended for this We make these
can help ) Jobs easier
t year.Twelve. r';.
Commission biologist have .
been assigned call-count routes in Come In Today '''' .;
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Florida. .Each of the 24 routes is 20 : .

the miles biologist long. 30 begins minutes the before routes sunrise stopp-, You'll Be. Glad You, Did ,.., \. ,, ';;''

ing every mile for three minutes to And '
record the number of dove calls heardas ., So Will. We! I, <:x'"

seen well while as stopped.the number of the birds o o Where You See The Gold Kist Sign! .

Other information recorded in-

cludes the number of doves oveserved Q _--. O Farmers Mutual Exchange s .

while moving and environmental con- 2226 North Temple Ave., Starke, Florida .I
ditions such as wins, temperature, Telephone: (904)( ) 964-7871 ;
cloud cover, and noise factors which
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might affect the count. ,
Spratt said he sometimes gets funny ,
looks from people who come
across him on back roads stoppingand Our Extra Specials For You. .'\ ".
listening then driving off. But he . .

said he has to ignore the stares in .
J .
order to stay on schedule. "
This year's survey began May 20 For., This. Week) Only, Kim' Has: A' ": ::,
and will be conducted through May 5-Pcmel Gates ,i
For You Horse Lovers.
31. The data collected is sent to the t, .. ,,; :
USFWS office in Laurel, Maryland. 10 Feet $32.25 J '
The service is ',.,: .' .' ',, \ ,1 ; ,: : .
expected to announcethe 12 Feet 38.70 p I."" .. ,
dove seasons around June 21, bas- 14 Feet 41.80 "Specials) : :i..: : ;. "I ?, r 80 l b.hBag ;" 4; ,. : !: ,ji;'S ";,(,';" ."
ed this data and trends ., ,
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DIVISION; I lb. total' number ot -- House Districts: 13, 21. .. DINANCE Is available for Begin at the Intersection Circuit Court of the 1_..' Agreement bet-
File Number $4-S1-CP cases to be assigned and Clerk,5o1 'the, 'Circuit: your Inspection at the of the Easterly right- Eighth Judicial Circuit; In' 'we.n the Bradford County I
Division 1-"'" the rate of compensation "''Court. jSffc '. &.! '," ,'; Office of the City Clerk of-way line of Seaboard and for Bradford County, School Board and the i
I LegaltNotices IN' REt "'ESTATEOF will be negotiated. A Sheriff; City Hall Low,. Coast I Line Railroad and Florida, In which ROBERT Job 5.rvicd."florldo."
., ,-,,, jr i ',''.MAV.ULI-r..O''s.. ..*'1Ircop.ot. 'f'h.r'tor"ei'ty.or' t BtryflProperry7kpp/a1aN" "'i't3MtMM1''. PIoHd 1: "<<:.,,t>l hpMr.at)! r tt t.7M'rNbnhe' 'rJ"ht'--''away ,..'J/HUNT''and GRACE A. \ Th.;Agreemenfwilf be '
I formerly known o.Mayb.U. contract may be Tax Collector Each and every person line of Lawt.y and HUNT, his wife, ore the for the use of office
t. K.II.r. obtained from the District Superintendent having any Interest Mlddleburg Road. and Plaintiffs and ROBERT I, pace In the Bradford- II
Deceased Alachua County At. of Schools whatever In the ''enactment run Easterly along said HALSEY and NANCY B.HALSEY. Union Vocational-
PUBLIC NOTICE !Hall of Breaker, Florida NOTICE OF AD. torney's Office.Statements Supervisor of Election of this proposed Northerly right-of-way his wife, and Technical Center by,the
The Bradford County on Jun. 28 1984 to consider MINISTRATIONThe of Interest Members of the Board ORDINANCE should op- line 179 feet; thence run the United State of Job Service of 'Florida.

|School Board. Stark. amending the Comprehensive administration of must be submitted to the of, County ,Commissioners ;pear and be heard at the North and parallel with America, acting throughthe This Public Hearing will
Florida will 'hold a Public'' land Use the estate of MAYBELLEE office of the Public Districts on., time and place prescribed. aforesaid Easterly right. FARMER'S HOME ADMINISTRATION be held June ;28, 1984, at
Hearing on a Proposed Plan to provide that land ROBERTS .,formerly Defender Post Offices three, five.Members. of-way line a distance of United 7 p.m., In the School
Leas Agreement between currently designated by Maybell E.- Keller Box 1063, Gainesville, ; of the CITY COUNCIL CITY OF 100 feet; thence' run State Department of Board Room of the Ceun
the Bradford County the Pin[ as Single Family deceased. File Number FL, 32602 no later than District School Board LAWTEY FLORIDA Westerly and parallel Agriculture err theDef.ndonte ty School ,Board Ad
School Board and the b. amended and 84-51-CP, Is pending in Jun. 20, 1984. Th. statement : Districts three,.four. Itpd 6/21 with the aforesaid Northerly I will sell to ministrativ.Offices, 587North
Job Service of Florida. designated 'at Mobile the Circuit Court for should set forth all Bradford Soil A Water right-of-way line the highest and best bidder Temple Avenue' ;,
The Agreement will be Home, the prop.rty'of Bradford 'County prior criminal case experience Conservation District. k .". 179 feet; thence run for cash at the East'' Stark.. Florida:
for the use of office Richard A. Chrlstlson 'Florida.. Probate Divl and applicable groups one, two three IN THE''CIRCUIT COURTOF South along Easterly 'dqor of the Bradford Thomas '.LI Casey Jr.. i
.pac. In the Bradford- 'and Betty Chrlstlson lion, the orlaVes of references. four and five FLORIDA. EIGHTH right-of-way JI".. a County Courthouse In' Superintendent of Bradford I
Union Vocational- described as follows; which Is Bradford County 6/142tchg 6/21 In T.stimonyWhereof.have | JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN distance of 100 feet.to Bradford County. Starke. County Schools
Technical Center by.... Lots 8. 9, '0. 16. 17, 18. Courthouse 'Stark., Hereunto set my AND FOR BRADFORD the point ''Of beginning Florida at 11:00 a.m. on 6/212tchg 6/28 I
Job Service of Florida. 19 of Block 8, also commencing Florida. The names and hand' and affixed: the COUNTY FLORIDAIN also being the Westerly July 23, 1984. the followIng .
Thl. Public Hearing will at the NW corner addresses of the personal NOTICE OF INTENTIONTO Great Seal of the Stat.of RE Th. Marriage of 179 feet of lot 7, TOWN described real pro- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 1
.be h.ld June 28. 1984. at of IE'4 of Fractional representative and REGISTER FICTITIOUS Florida at Tallahassee. CHARLES SLIFER H.... OF LAWTEY East of perty:
FOR COUN-
7, p.m., In the School Block 5 and run East 164 !the personal represen NAME The Capitol this the 11th "band and LESLEY H. DIX Railroad according, to. A, portion of Section TY. FLORIDA BRADFORD, PROBATE I!
Board Room of the County feet, th.nc. run South to tative's attorney ore st Pursuant to Section day of Jun. A.D., 1984. .SLIFER. Wife. mop or plat thereof In 29 and 32. Township 7 DIVISION. '
School Board Administrative North line of Michigan forth below. 865.09 Florida Statutes: GEORGE FIRESTONE CASE NO. 84-2S.-CA Plot Book 1, page 6, all In South ,vRange 21 East, File Number B4-6t' CP 'I
Offices, 582 Avenue, thence run west .All interested persons notice Is hereby given SECRETARY OF STATE NOTICE OF ACTION Section 23. Township '5. Bradford County, Division File No. 1-353 '
North Temple Avno. along North boundary are required to file with that .the undersigned, 6/212tchg 6/28 TO: Leslie DIx Siller South Range 22 East. Florida being more par- IN REl ESTATE OF
Stark.. Florida. line of Michigan Avenueto this court,WITHIN THREE Douglas S. Miller sole' 49 Watt Road Portsmouth At public sale, to the tlcularl/ described a* GEORGE
Thomas L, Casey Jr.. lint dividing IE'4 of MONTHS OF THE FIRST ,owner, doing business OP'" Haunts England 'highest and best bidderfor follows: Commence ot, Deceased KOPSLOUSOS' ,
,Superintendent of Bradford WVi of fractional Block PUBLICATION OF THIS under the firm name of NOTICE APPLICATION 'U.K. cash at the front en- the SE corner of the SW NOTICE OF AD.MINISTRATION .
County Schools 5, thence run N. to Point NOTICE: ((1)) all ,claims lawtey Auto Sales; Rt. I, ,OF THI FOR LAND AMENDMENT USE YOU .ARE NOTIFIED'' 'of the BradfordCounty' 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Section
6/212tchg 6/28 Beginning all lying and against the estate and Box 1086 Lawt.y, Fl, PLAN. that a Petition for Courthouse In 29 and run thence S 89 The administration of
CITY OF
being In the ,Town of 32058, Intends 'to LAWTIY. Dissolution of Marriagehas Starke, Florida between' degrees 08 minutes 11
((2)) any' objection by an the estate of GEORGE
FLORIDA
Ward City ,Suction 8, Interested person to register said fictitious been filed againstyou 1 1:00 a.m. and 2:00: p.m seconds W along the deceased
7, \Arv ORDINANCE, amending and the petition on July 12, 1984. South Boundary of said KOPELOUSOS.
NOTICE OF INTENTION Township' Rang 20 whom this notice, was nome under the File Number 8461
TO REGISTER FICTITIOUS East. mailed that aforesaid statute the Comprehensiveland seek to restore your Clerk of Circuit Court Section 29, 336.06f..t, to
__ challenges Use Plait Element: CP Is pending In the Circuit
,NAME You ore further given the validity bl the will. Dated this fourth day and Mop by,'. Lawtey, previous name. You or. By Beulah Moody Depu. the Northwesterly rightofwaylineofSR225ond Court for Bradford I
to Section of June, 1984 In Bradford required to ..ni. o copy ty Clerk,
Pursuant NOTICE that !q=t ,copy of the qualifications of the Florida. In' accordance ,County Florida: Probate
"865.09, Florida Statute. said proposed ORDINANCE personal representative: County, ., with the local Government of your written defenses, 6/21 2tchg. 6/28,,. the Point, 6f Beginning Division the address of
notic. Is hereby given' of 6/7 4tpd 6/28 If any,:to the petition onpetitioner's thence N 12 45
Is available for venue, or (urlsldctlon, Comprehensive, degrees which I I. Post Office Box
that the undersigned, your 'In.pectlon'at: the the court ',' Planning Act of 1973 as attorney NOTICE OF INTENTION, ,minutes 56 !seconds ,E. ,6. Stark., Fl,. 32091. Th.
David R. Tufen sol. Office of City Hall, ALL CLAIMS'AND OB NOTICE OF ELECTION provided for In Chapter; ,Kenneth E. Brooten Jr.. TO REGISTER 'FICTITIOUS'. along sold Northwesterly names and addresses of

owner doing business' : Broofcer. Florida. JECTIONS NOT SO FILED I, GEORGE FIRESTONE! 163 of the Florida Post Offlc. lox Florida 788. NAME ",, right of way ?line: the personol, representative ,' I
under the firm name .f ,Each and every personhaving WILL BE, FOREVER" ,BAR-' Secretary! of State of the Statutes. ...'." Gainesville, Pursuant to, Section 162.72 feet thence South and the personalrepresentative's i
Mufflef, and '' 32602, on'or before July 89 08 minutes 11
S/W any Interest Stat. of Florida,' do' degrees attorney I
TO AH CltI*.n. Taxpayers 869.09. Florida Statute'
""' RED.Publication ; 12 and file the .
1984
,,Automotive I : : of, this seconds West parallel to ,
whatever inthe'enact.ment' hereby give notice that a and'i other' I Interested of notice Is hereby given are set forth I
with the clerk
,Maintenance. .Rt, 2.1oii; .>..'," bf :this prposed'ORDINANCE Notice has 'begun on GENERAL ELECTION will persons.;,'. this original court either beforeservice that the: ,undersigned .aid South, boundary below. > I
33$, Stark, Fl 32091. Intend should appear Personal b. held In. Bradford,, You:and each of you Daniel' F. McKinney;. sole 228.41 (feet thence S' 00 All "Interested person I
to register sold f fic. and be heard at the Representative County" ,,State of Florida, ore. hereby and herewith on petitioner'sattorney owner doing business Degrees II minute 02 are required to file with .j
tltlous name under. the. lime and,place; prescrlb- :. Gall M. Robertv on the First Tuesday given notice In, accordance or otherwise Immediatelythereafter a under the firm name of D seconds E 75.00 feet this court. WITHIN THREE
aforesaid statute; ,id. 823 .Pine' St., ..Slarke. ,after the First Monday In with'Florida ; I Satellite T.V" P,O.Bo thence S 86 degrees It MONTHS OF THE FIRST
will be entered
Dated this 7th day of TOWN 'COUNCIL OF' Florida 32091.A"ornev ',Nov., ".D.. 1984 the ,Statutes .that the City, default. I \ *' 89, Starke,' Fl. minute 24 seconds 'W ''PUBLICATION OF THIS
Jun., 1984 In Brodfordr- BROOKER FLORIDA for ,Personal said 'Tuesday being'the Council of lawtey: against you for the relief 32091', Intends 'to 1796.79 ,feet, thence' S 00 NOTICE: (I) ;alt claims

County", BYt ''Linda Robinson. Representatives. EugeneF. ; I Sixth Day of Nov.;;,Ito fill, ,, Florida will conduct,.a demanded In the 'peti register said fictitious degrees 21"minutes 02 against the estate and
6/7 4tpd 6/28' Clerk, Show) P.O. Drawer or .retointhe following tlon. seconds E 42.20 feet to ((2)) objection/ by
public hearing >?,at?: :a 'name under the any an ;
6/7 3tchg: 6/21 1030 j| Starke. Florida.,., offices regular meeting. held at Dated July 18,1984. aforesaid statute. 5"H South boundary, Interested person to .
NOTICE 'Of APPLICATION 32091. (9049645200.) ., I !President ,and 'Vie*." 7:30'p.m. of City(' Hall, "Gilbert S. Brown. Clerk. Doted this 15th day of>,, thence S 89 degrees 08 ,whom (his' notice was'
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FOR REZONINGAND ,6/14, 2tchg 6121 President of' the. United lawtey; Florida,'on Mon ByBeulah Moody Deputy Jun..19S..I"; Bradford. minute 11 second W mailed that,, challenge
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i INTENTiON' i: Clerk along said South boundary '
AMENDMENT OF NOTICE Of ,.. .Stales.Representative. day July 2. I94.ond' County. the validity/ of the will.
.<* .. in .,. 6/21 4tchg 7/1i .21.13 feet thence S .
Congress of
TO the
USE PLAN. REGISTER FICTITIOUS will considerfonfYOrs'dinonce .6/214tpd qualification fhe.
,THE !LAND 7/12
00 degrees 56 minutes 42
REQUEST FOR PRO. "for Congressional ...
An ORDINANCE am.tt'dInG ; NAME \ the,2nd relating for;\ r v.., .onol.ropr..n..iv.,
''Pursuonto \7ectloni POSALS ,fROM! '' .AT District.. IPd THI CIRCUIT COURT. second W'446.27, feet
the Ccwnprebemlv1' Amend ?ih.tom.' IN THi CIRCUIT COURT venue, or Jurisdiction. of,
land Use Plan Element 865.091, Florida Statute" TORNEYS /FOR SPECIAL RETENTION of twoJustices'of prehensive, land U.. EIGHTH JUDICIAL ORCUD''IN OF FLORIDA EIGHTH thence N 77 degrees 05 the court. "' ":
and Mop by Bradford'' notice: Is hereby given PUBLIC, DEFENDER SER the Florida. Plan to provkd.i that 'AND FOR BRAD. JUDICIAL 'CIRCUIT, IN minute 17 seconds E All CLAIMS' AND OB-
,* '" ; 981.48 feet sold Northwesterly
County. Florida In accordance that, the 1 undersigned VICES, "i ,Supreme CaurtkRETENTION' (lands currently classified FORD COUNT AND "FOR. BRADFORD, to JECTIONS NOT SO FILED
Frank H. Brown Jr., soleowner .Th.,six counties of the of threeJudge FLORIDA. right of way \ BO FOREVER
with: the local Residential' >'1 j :and COUNTY. CASE.I 84-93 Will, s ,BAR-
Government \sComm: *" ',doing business Eighth: Judicial,. ,Circuit; ,,' of. ,the ,District designated' by the plan' CASE NO. ....62 ova ACTION line 267.40 feet'to' the RED* >

'prehemlve Planning Act .under the firm' name of are 'seeding attorneys or Court of Aeoeal Fire .as'' ,Retldentlol' >n- ,Individual FLORIDA TITLI MORTGAGE ROBERT .. J. HUNT) one1 point of beginning. Carr'tainting ,: ,Publication ,of thisNotice"
of 1975 as provided for In. S/Vtf !Discount Ports, Rt. law firms, .to 'contract! Appellate Court".DIsTrlcV; Housing b. COMPANY aFlorid. 'GRACE 'A. HUNT, Plain, ..to 00 acre more. ..has begun on.
or 1ft. '
Chapter 163 of the 2""1 Box 335. .Stark. Fl ,with for providing Circuit Court Judges, classified to"Resldentlaf -. c.rper.tf.n tiffs, vs. :June ate |984: t
criminal; (representation' Plaintiff.**. A* ,set forth In the Persona!
:,20"1 "Intendr' Circuit end designated Represent
Florida Statutes. ,Eighth Groups, ; ROBERT U; HAISEY md
'\ Hcltlous1 '. to Indigent accused who 1 DANNX LEGOITt and Order of the Final Judgment lotlver"';Constantino;
TOf All Citizens Taxpayer .register'1 name ",on. through five. ItesidentlalMuItl.Fomlly'' NANCY B.. HALSIY. m4 ,
and other I.,., under the aforetcld. cannot be 'represented; County Court Judges,. 10.unit per,acr*. the ANN M. UGGITT.Defendants. the United States of of 'orecl_,.CI4ork.. Kopelooaos*c/o Post Of.

'......ted pen n.. statute : by the Public Oef.ndertiOffice none.Public.", property of Elll Thomas Amerlce. acting through: 'Gilbert S< Brown : flc.' vfcn>., 0 SA Orana.. .'
Vow and each of Vow Dated'this 7th day'olJune because of a corv- Defender Eighth, .Gibson ,described. .NOTIOI OF SAIL the. FARMERY HOME ADMtNWTRATION. .;of the Circuit Court Par; '"'"''. _- ""JttcrndyhtrPsrionol' I .
.are hereby and herewith ,. I9M, Bradford, filet of Ir\t.t.'The 'given ''matte.: In'' actor:' County,. trotting attorney)!>' firm 1 Storo''Aforn..y; EIghth lawtey. West". t-" that. 'punuant..o: an, States DetMtrtmeot, .. Clerk 'Representative. ',John.Kop.roui. .

dan with'' rUtTO '6/7'.4txj 6/ae will..., be assigned' rtorv. ,i Circuits. < 1, Railroad,, Plot- Book,,I,,:!., order or: a final judgment. Agriculture, .."....... ..' 6/21 2tchg' ;6/28. Jf. .*, ,'Isqulre.Kof ,-
Statutes that the',City :( capital felony.j, : ml d.rmean.rt"traffhd ; SMteS.nOOI; for the\ page 6, public Record of 1 of foreclosure entered In NOTICt Of Alt NOTICE >*tov*...v Head)
Council Brooker, Florid,. .' : !, and following: 'Senatorial", Bradford r County; ..J the above captioned tics NOTICE ir. given that PUBLIC Townsemd i, Mete.h\
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meeting held Thursday.at ., Poe l MltfMM..Mft COUM wilt be Jury.. 1.; 19M,,. House ,, 'of Representative '', aavifly of, fad County Florida. .doted June 14t 1904,,Incase Florida will hold o public

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Ever had a 155mm howitzer barrage goof close by with you unaware? Well, it'll scare the S $ % I
bejabbers out of you. But a Telegraph reporter without earplugs didn't go deaf ,a 5/5
Sgt. John Williams of Palmetto, near Bradenton below inside a 155mm howitzer, says ?
earplugs are standard equipment when the big guns fire. Sgt. Williams says his crew sleeps Inside ..al
the howitzer. It beats the ground, Williams says

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T! r. Ir ,,..,r a Sixty-six artillery pieces have been practicing the past two weeks inside the
72,000-acre military complex east of Starke and north of Keystone Heights. 'I
Some 2,000 National Guardsmen from all over Florida and Puerto Rico have 4
been in the field. Four field artillery battalions, one each from the U.S. Army i
Reserve and the Florida National Guard, and two from Puerto Rico, joined to I I
annihilate a concentration of imaginary enemy forces at an impact area in 't
the middle of Camp Binding. ::1'.0. ? -,. : ? .. ; .
The demonstration! was designed to give the men the most realistic training'possible :: ( ._ I "

I II errs .i i I 0' Is Iy Iy I/ ': : with the WI of live ammunition*:'.nd vividly:*howe'' i
I effects a barrage of fire bv massed artillery can have. ;' ', v ..
1 i 5'nr The troops roughed it in the woods for a week before finally getting 16 go fn ''..,.,,
: for a shower last Wednesday: night It was hands-on training and the closest, o
h'rl 4a experience to the real thing that could be acheived at Blanding facility ''
Gun emplacements Army trucks and jeeps dotted the deep woods [in"the firing "
zone last Thursday, June 14 but the main camp was deserted. '
I ( A show was put on for officials from Clay and Bradford Counties about; U
S 5l 55 a.m. last Thursday when all .66 of the huge guns Were fired in unison; from
I S emplacements ringing the camp. The huge guns lobbed the shells 16 miles into
ha. rm the middle of the impact area. The projectiles could be heard whistling over
S the heads of the 100 officials and 75 guardsmen atopan observation hill on the
.5 k edge of the impact area. ,
Shells from the SBt. and 6-inch diamenterldenoting the size of the barrel)),
guns landed in a concentrated area about three miles from the gathered officials
far enough away that the trees looked about as tall as toothpicks with .
sand geysering above them.
The firing of a 155-millimeter (approximately 6-lnch) howitzers was deafen-
ing up close without earplugs. But nobody questioned back in Starke even.
heard the 66 guns firing in unison, the sound probably dying off fairly quicklyas .
it left the area.. Guardsmen thought it might rattle some dishes in town.
The artillery also included 105-millimeter 5-inch diameter* and'203mm
(8-inch diameter) howitzers.
"Do you use those earplugs,"a Telegraph reporter asked gunnery Sergeant
John Williams of Battery of the First Batallion of the 116th Field Artillery
"Everybody wears earplugs. When we get ready to fire we've( all got.them in
pur ears," replied Sgt. Williams from Palmetto.
I .1 '''That didn't stop Sgt. Grady Llndquist, a safety officer from Et.Augustlne,
Community Calendar from telling Sgt. Williams and Sgt,,James Pinkney about an audio hygienistwho
would visit their outfit to give personalized fittings. Comfort is the name
of the game and some people take different sized earplugs in each ear, ex-
Aircraft Association... The group m..ts'and diScusses aircraft each plained Sgt. Lindquist, anything. that makes. it. easier to get the work done.
.. In Jun. dancing will be held the'second: and st ",' ,
Square Dancing. Beginning square Air. e
Sunday at 4:30 p.m. at Kenn-AIre on the north side of the Gainesville Regional
fourth Thursday of each month at 8 p.m. at the Masonic lodge In Stark, corner of' port. Airplane buff welcome. Call 377.5822: for Information. y ,
Call and Orange St. Call.r I I. Jim Duncan; Visitors welcome. Mainstream dancingSw..t
Aerobic Cia....' are being offered In 'Lake: Butler on Monday and Thursday afternoons S
Adeline.. This woman's barbershop music group meets each Monday at 7:30 page'6t i,
classes begin
School.
at 4:30: p.m. in room 1368 at Union County High Morning .
the United Church of Gainesville. Women Interested In singing four part harmony
p.m. at June 13 at 9:30 Call 964-5078 for Information. ,'u
Wednesday : .a.m.. ':-.iI; ;"a&i".i; ;
are Invited to visit. S '' i '; : ',' t : I' ':' ,I'd' 1RJ...: v '.(;
keystone Nlghtowls: Night version of Homemaker Club meets second Tuesday of
Rodeo... The 74th Annual Silver; Spurs Rodeo wlthprof..lonal' '
Silver ,Spur V 4r' '
each month at 7:30: p.m. at First Baptist Church In Keystone, .
and for thousand In prize Sanctioned by the professional / "
money
cowboys cowgirls competing V-\ fi > .$$
Rodeo Cowboys Association the Silver Spur is one of the south' premierrodeos. Methodist Church''oach
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;' Keystone Heights Bay Scout Troop meets at Keystones.
Tuesday night from 7:30 9 p.m. /!k _
For additional) Information call 305-847-9118. 1 .

Old Fashioned Fourth The take Butler VFW post Is planning on old fashioned Fourth of 1
Aquasls CIa....... Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9.10' am.-beginning Js Y
July celebration at the Lakeside Community Center in lake Butler beginning at 4 p.m.
June 4 to July 13. Fee Is $23 with prregistration and $30 at the door. For more Infor- Tentative plans Include political speeches, games and a community picnic.Definite

;;motion: call the BH Center at 9644210. ,1 t. plan are for a 4S minute fireworks( display to begin at 9:30: p.m}Everyone""I Is_welcometo

Beginning Sllmnestlcs CI........ Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9.10 a.m. beginning come and' i Join in this patriotic celebration.' I 5rBos

,June S to July 12. Fee Is $)8 with preregistrolion and' $20.at, the door.. For Information Tournament' I I. being planned" for;;the morning of the Fourth of July
call BH$ Center 964-4210. Butler. Tentative plan. are for the,tournament to begin at..7 a.m. and end around
; ? + ,'. -. "i' noo", more information contact Jerry Howell at 496-3496
"', Trinity Episcopal Church... Meetings held each) wo.k In the Porrlsh House. 'Include" ; for 'i. ': ',. '

Boy Scout Troop 109 each Tuesday at 7 p.m.. >"5 t A / "V Microwave Cooking Clots Do you use yout microwave for: defrosting and rehedting2 I

**.<,"*Cub Scout Pack 109 each Monday night at 6:30: p.m. *MW'n.;,,*.;;t,, H.-,' ,r W.11now; I I., your chance to learn to cook with a microwave. The Bradford County
i\\, Brownlei meet Monday at 3p.m. Cooperative Extension Service will be offering o 3-lesson. course'on'mlcrowov.. cook.
55 Girl Scout meet Monday of 3 p.m. I Ing. '. .
Boy's Chorister' meet Wednesday night at 7 p.m. Classes will be offered on July 23 at 7:30 p.m. A $5 fee must 1 be; paid In advance to'
> ]?, /; '. .4ir"flft v"i i ) cover the cost of food. Enrollment I I. limited to 25.. Contact Dlann Douglas Bradford
Fish Fry Oil the Fourth... Fellowship Baptist Church of Raiford I I. planning! a fish" fry ,i'. 214. -
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1:' '" !I.* i, K*, *.,, #..' .i A Welghtwatcher Club... )I. being held in Storke on Monday night at 6:30: p.m.'CalS;
f' Fish Fry this Friday...,he lake Butler First Baptist Church I I. planning a fl.h fry this FrI.'..* Peggy Register'-' 1.2 ot.4155 for more I Information.. a
i day Jun. 22. oil 4 p.m.' at the church,on Main Street In lake Butler,\S3 per. person.
,f '. '.. '., .I iq! '.' a ; ;J Me/ro.TOpS/ The weight reducing club'.." each Tuesday'at'9:30: o.m,:pt fire. Ellam'
, 'Mok} it Clear"... The FG. Project from Stetson University will put on a musical calked ; 'Baptist Church, In Melrosei: ,'tM': ,*$*",''" .
} "Mok. It Clear" on Friday June 22, at 7 p.m. at the church in Raiford." Everyone; I I.t I. > ";\ l fc *'i ,"'itlok. ,
t; invited. ? Butler TOPS Tad Off Pound; Sensibly. dub meets eacrtThursday; evening at 6:30rp.nt.'at Por
, ,.: ;' the Faith Baptist Church on 1200,$,12th St. /In Lake Butler. For further !informatloncoll'Llnd -
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Jwda Class.*V will b* hold* Monday and Thursday nights In the Keystone Height The Gainesville museum feature o f f lorlda cove, live Florida ecosystems end
! t f.' High School cafeteria.Junior classes will b* held from 6:30 p.m.y 7:30: p.m and .senior t ti of Florida History and a Mayon. Pates and Object Gllry. Hour 9-3 weekdays .
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CELEBRATE WITH SOUP NACHQ PIE chips Makes 4 cups. 1 slightly beaten egg
1/2 chopped chorizo 1/2 teaspoon salt
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For many people canned vised some time-honored 1 18-ounce Can)Contadlna pizza sauce
sausage or 1/4 pound over medium heat, cook RecipesWant cup
.,, condensed recipes to create fresh new shredded Cheddar cheese
soups were part ground beef chorlzo or ground beef and 1/2 cup((2 Oll..celll)
of growing up. Growing Implies ideas for cooking with soup. 1/2 cup chopped onions onions with chili powder to see your favorite 1/2 cup(2 ounces)shredded mozzarella cheese
change and soup has In 1941, there was a popular 1 tablespoon chill powder until meat is browned.and .recipes In print?Send your Pbua toppers:green peppers mushrooms,olives,onions,chiles
kept pace with consumers' recipe called "Sunday each favorite recipes, (typed or
2 cans (11 1/2 ounces )
Y .. Super Pie"which was ground onions are tender;spoon off bread crumbs, liquid nonfat milk,
; changing tastes.To commemorate Campbell's CondensedBean fat. Stir in printed please) in to: Marcia Combine (ground chuck
the part aoup has beef and condensed soup with Bacon Soup 2. Into aoup.10-inch pie plate, Goodge, Union County onion egg, and salt Mix tightly but thoroughly. Press meat
played in our put and to wrapped In a double pie 1 cup shredded Cheddar mixture spread'evenly. Times, 150 Main Street mixture evenly over bottom of 12-Inch pi" pant; form 1/2-inch/
celebrate its place in the crust. Mexican Influences cheese spoon.coup Sprinkle with;cheese Lake Butler.32054. rim around edge. Spread pizza sauce over meat mixture.
present, January has been have turned that "pie" into 1/4 cup taco sauce spread evenly with taco All recipes will be run In Sprinkle cheeses and choice of pizza toppers over sauce. Bake
declared the first ever ..National an appetizer made with the Bnsectlon for the enjoy- In moderate oven ((350F.) 25 to 30 r
Bake in 400 P.
1/2 cup sour cream sauce. oven
Soup Month. Aa part chorlzo (smoked pork sausage sliced for 15 minutes. ment of all our readers. fat.Cut Into wedges to serve.
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1..n large bowl,aeasipn ground beef with salt and
heart, light eating has become part- nd-parcel of the pep- 2: cup.sliced celery \
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with exciting and satisfying recipe to match. ,' 1/2 cup chopped green onion i I
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,.1 Wayne Dempsey had a .self- had taken a long time to complete, he "I just love those doors just like in
: satisfied smile on his face Monday as says it was just last week that he the westerns," Dempsey said. "I like
'I'. 'j he put the finishing touches on a house bean to feel as if he was near the to listen to them swing. Besides they
he built just off Hwy. 16 In SUrke.He end."I've were fun to make. You wouldn t
!.: should be proud. been working on this house believe what I had to pay for hinges
The woodworking specialist had practically non-stop, seven days a strong enough to hold them up. The ;
just finished the most complicatedtasks week for the past four years," Demp- hinges cost more than the doors
of his project an almost sey said. "I just finished the final themselves.
w. ; unbelievably ornate wooden house in work on the casing and trimming last The main entrance of the house
which every room Is a fascinating week. Then when they put the carpetin leads into the living room where
study in the woodworker's art. I really started to feel as if it was hand-carved, upright benches sit In
"The house might not seem too different getting near the end. It's a good feel- front of a stone fireplace.
from some others nearby at a ing but I still find little things to do Shelves in the living and dining
distance, until Dempsey leads you and I imagine I will for another yearor 'rooms are carved from cherry wood UII
through a screened porch into the Kitchen two at least." ,beautiful .to look at with it's pale reil '
where your perception changes Dempsey cut all the trim work luster, but hard to work with as "
rather quickly. himself and then drilled thousands of Dempsey found out.
Ornately carved wooden trim is the holes of varying sizes In the wood to "This is some of the hardest wood
first different thing you notice, each complete his design, which he says he I've ever worked with," he said. "100 I
section handcarved and sanded down selected by "just playing around" grid sandpaper will barely raise duston
into an exact fit after hours of work. with' different shapes until he found a it and its even harder to cut shapes
The siding pieces around the kitchen pattern he liked. out of. I had some second thoughts
'I _=: sink are removable for cleaning the "This house is all me"' he says. about it but I sure do like the way it
sections slide out with an easy motion feeling to see your own looks." ,
then lay'' right back in their designs every room of the house." The master bedroom is in the frontof
grooves when the Job is done."That's Swinging saloon-style doors open the hosue, and leads into an over-
:: a pretty handy feature with into the living room where exposed sized bathroom which features asunken looking at my first and involved in when he planned the pro- to two just in the blink of an eye'and I '"
.woodwork like this_ in the kitchen beams also hand-carved decorate tub constructed in ,blue tile. last tile laying job," Dempsey joked. ject. He had to drill a total of 960 holesin then the third stretched into the .
"That was six weeks of .backbreaking the wood to complete his design In fourth as I begin finding out all the
work and I swore 15 times the living room alone a task which things I could do within this design. I '
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do it again. .1 think it takes a little work. business from working wround BradI'I
more patience than I have but I was "I imagine others who have built ford Count but this was the first
9l s sure glad to get it finished, I can tell their own homes have run into the time d to put it all together in
you..that. for...sure." same situation," Dempsey says. "I one building ana my own house at f
went around telling everyone the ,that. It's been a great learning experience \I
.. be finished in the only thing I contractedout ,
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compete That was at for was the plumbing and the I
verbial "patience of Job" to just a little over one year.

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'! special Old Fashioned Fourth of July SEE FIRST RUN MOVIES GENERAL ELECTRIC .CHARMGLOW
"I i Celebration to be held at the Stephen
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White .Springs" ..Secretary State prl[ on Dane's end CIoseauLAla d s Utlu I #l':
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This year's Independence Day 1- I 4
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begin at 9:30: a.m. when the Foster i
carillon will ring out :across the FTT-T iIi

250-acre Center. At 10 a.m. family 4:000, BTA1L._ __ .,Now Only
games and contests will begin; In- : P '
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seed spitting contests a greased pole .Iwy .
climb three-legged and sack races, Com*1rn l for frw rfomoMtrotlon of thM hlH ", 1O Position Tlioimmlatooling 188

egg relays a balloon toss and a ,2 P.-n12 SpoorfsFATHER'S 4WITH TANK .
bucket brigade race. Other contests i. :
'., include horseshoe pitching, cross-cut VIDEO $ 178 Plus ..10 FREE <-. .. -- -,. '-
1 sawing, and ax chopping. MOVIE ."owl. rental -
During the lunch break, which is MACHINES with urchaMi ;J DAY OVERSTOCK FISH COOKERS $54GBSON. .

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The Old asnionecr fourth'of 'July ..
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'h Y .. Intensive Training.. "
These hospice member completed an intensive training tension In Melrose
'recently and will soon begin serving terminally III patients throughout the area. .'
On the first row from left to rights Fat Zbyxensfcl. hide'Moo. Bettye 'f
Zowarka Anna Belle Rawls Peggy Hersey and Peg Perkins. Oil! the second ?;;
row: Gladys Williamson, Peggy Barnett and Fran Rossano. On the third row: ;
Elizabeth McCann Gertrude Vanderxicht. Ntta Delate and Martha Ten Eyck.On : .
the fourth row; Ann Rleske. Donna Elcbelsderfer. Mary Elizabeth Barrett.
Edna Knepper and Joanne Brlggles. On the fifth row Claudia Godwin.Allegra' I
...,... McRae. Dottie Morford and Lois Caldwell.On the sixth row Gloria Redfearn,
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nearing a reality. Tuesday June,12" Montaique. And so it is with the local Country Day Run" in Keystone COVER CHIROPRACTIC Auto Accident&whipioih '
by Anne II. Sponholtz 28 lay and nurse volunteers completed hospice volunteers-they will be thereto Heights on 4th of July. "' ,_ Union/Insurances Worker'Camp On-th -Job Injuries* 8 \J. Crou
,LRM Special Writer a seven week intensive train teach the patient how to live as Moore said that Hospice of the "' /Master Msdical Plan Medicare .. Etc, ,
To everything there is a season ing program. These volunteers will comfortably and completely as possi- Lakes should be ready to accept patients ',' ff.f "
' and a time to every purpose under soon be putting their training to work' ble the last months days and by August. It will be at that f\ ') :'
the heaven.A by serving the needs of terminally ill moments of his life. time when the newly trained I L 47336O4.Hlgliwoy;: 'J ., : ,!.
time to be born and a time to patients and their families in the Lake "Hospice means hope," said volunteers can put their training to I .,
die; a time to plant and a time to Region communities by providing Moore. "It means'hope for patientswho use and begin helping the terminally > "'' ,"'
pluck up that which l I. planted. home care services. are terminally ill and their "ill patient and his family cope with'' 21 North >I'' ,
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fccl.ila.t3t North Central Florida Hospice, Inc. families. We work with the patient final seasox of life-a time to die. __. K.y ton. Heights'florido 326S&! '' \
During the fifth century in Europeit which is under the umbrella of Santa and the family as a unit."
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was not unusual for, weary travelersand Fe Health Care Services, Inc. and a Hospice works closely with' 'the c:: --
those who were sick to seek'the division of Alachua General Hospital family physician, and in order for a
comfort of a hospice. A hospice was a has been instrumental setting up patient to be admitted to the hospice '
place of hospitality. Usually run by, Hospice of the Lakes. Hospice of the home care program he must ve All 1984
monastics, a hospice was a place Lakes is the first satellite hospice to recommended to the program by his CLOSEOUT. on
where those in need found food, be set up under North Central Florida! family physician and have less than'' ..
shelter and friendship.The Hospice.Patti six months to live. _,
most famous hospice in the an Moore, director of North Cen- It is through the generosity of
nals of history is perhaps the Hospice tral Florida Hospice,Inc, headed the Alachua General Hospital that DOUBLEWIDES I
of the Great St. Bernard. Founded by seven week, 28 hour training session hospice has become a part of the local '
Bernard of Menthon this hospice which took place at' the Melrose community. "Hospice is a gift from
became well,known during the filth Homemakers Club in Melrose. Alachua General Hospital to the community J
century for 'rescues made, .in the The goal of the local hospice program ," explained Moore who said
Alpine passes. is to provide the terminally 111 that although donations have been' fieesJBrastjeally .
(Today hospices Jlre.spiiJutb1'up patient and ,family with additional received and are always-welcomed, "" "
throughout,.,Uftlt d SUtt ':'''The,,u support 4-noth t!sot otbelpinghands.n; it'the.program"ls'funded',by"AJacbua'General 1, ,' i'i ,'i'
concept remains unchanged*place '! '"Volunteer'will come to Hospital, and there is no .' ..' "
patent ,
where those in need may find the, and his family; The charge to either the patient or his I
hospitality and, friendship place volunteer will be there to help with family Buy Now andAVE
where a weary traveler may,seek any number of tasks such as shopp- ; AVE i I
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United States today is to provide a and through 'their training, the member of Hospice of the Lakes $AVEFREE ,
friend trained to help the terminally volunteer'Will be able to provide the steering committee a bank account
ill patient and his family, deal with moral.support. so necessary at this has been established at Keystone ,
life a final journey, time, State Bank where donations for the CEILING FAN' \
Through the Initial .efforts', of "He who'would teach men to die newly formed hospice program' are t
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Keystone Height's resident Bettye would teach them to live," said the being accepted. Redfearn also stated WITH ,PURCHASE' .
Zowarka Hospice of the Lakes is famous 16th century essayist T.'irhrt, that Hospice of the Lakes will sponsor
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of,us.fat in the diet' is a mystery.. to>>'most. ,. equivalent, Figures of get:2.S even teaspoons weightier of butter., for satisfying,; diet. .- ,"
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report beef.A half-chicken box from the Colonel '
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of butter. ,
that while we are more aware the pats ,,'
affects of fat in the diet, about 78 percent i Switching to cheese to avoid fat in ',
of all fat In the diet is hidden. meat is not a good idea, either, as ,;,; ,
cheese is about'one-third fat. Nuts : .
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generally;only think about the fats and peanut butter are both 50 percentfat. : :. ,
used In salads
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they see;like butter and oils," according -' Locally Owned Price Wise Stares:
dietician and and sandwiches is almost all fat: : ;
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co-investigator on the Oregon study..

when"The public:is'simply specifically blown how much fat cuts, the of lean researchers'beef; eat say.more Use poultry low- Joined Together To Save', You Money' ', '. t tb i
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see and '' and fish but broil don't fry it; switchto
fat they're eating learn'they're'
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eating the equivalent one stick of : THRU JUNE 27. 1984
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suggested ', reduce the fat in
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consumption: more Tavern Vodka
total calories in order to lower the Incidence Daniels LTD
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I. ; Demonstration of firepower* l.t Blanding makes i i _an .awesome I* ; disay. ., I


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From Page I ment. Only the barrels of the big guns were sticking out of the palmetto miles. could easily have
Reporters from the Galne.vitl i-Suit, The' Telegraph and National Guard pines, gallberries, and myrtle bushes. Turned the opposite direction,the artillery bane Cove Springs taken,
, cameraman Rob Solano were taken on Jeep ride to a 155-millimeter gun This protective coloring may be the difference between life and death for out the bridge across the St.JohnS River Just Sgt.
( emplacement In the east side of Camp ISlanding,nearly to SR-21,by Sgt.Lind-- the gun crews in a real combat situation. Lindquist' was'a'good which to watch the artillery barrage
from ,
tJUISt. Some of the Puerto Rican MP's spoke little English,and Sgt. Undqulst had Three mlle distance could have
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to aiming put a shell
?' The five big guns were invisible until the Jeep was nearly upon the emplace- to make do with his few words of Spanish and their few word of En said Sgt. Undquist,pointing out a slight error
There lots of emblazioned CUTS right on top of the observation hill.
was pointing. But the sergeants red cap, with consists of 6
(Camp Blanding Site) got him through the worst problems at the checkpoints Each gun has a 7-man crew. Each emplacement guns. The
Palmetto unit was short one gun which broke down on the way to Camp Blan-

:1 The group of county officials,including Bradford Clerk Gib Brown, Property stng ''
shells land
watch where the plot the
Three forward observation posts coordinates
Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez, and Commissioners E.W. Hodges, Maxle .
ii Carter, were treated to coffee at the Officers Club, taken by jeep to the obser- ,and report by radio to the commander of the gun emplacement. The ,
coordinates
: commander takes into consideration the given by all three '
vation hill about 10 miles away, and returned to the new armory for gun
: _ ''' refreshments just before noon. forward observation posts, and plots the coordinates for the next round of firIng

, It was the closest the officials probably will ever come to such awesome fire : '
I power. The 203mm shells, weighing 200 pounds each, have a range of of 27 Firing the gun Inside a very cramped area, the gunner controls the deflector <
II' the movement of the barrel from left to right. An assistant gunner controls
the vertical level.. A third crewman pulls the lanyard, or the trigger to

J Multi Mile Glass Belted 78 l U fire the weapon.
) The 155mm gun, mounted on tracks and self-propelled, costs half a million
111 Dad Hazard Warranty P205 75B 14 . :-. 31.88 dollars,Sgt..Williams guessed. Williams'gun had no protective plating to protect
P165 BOD 13 . . 24.88 P215 75B 15 . . . 33.88 Diamonds Set in DIAMONDS the crew as some other newer guns did. .
PI 85 75D 14 . . . 28.88 P225 75B 15 . . . 36.88 Where did Sgt. Williams sleep? "In there,"be said,pointing to the cramped 4'

I. P21575B14 . . . 33.88 P2357.5B15 . . . 38.88 14 Karat Gold! ',' ,'\1111" space. in the interior of the gun with,a..hard. .. metal..floor.. 'I.t,:.

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P195 75R 14 . . . 37.88 P235 75R 15 . . . 46.88 .I
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Fsrelga Car SanlM..,air Brake Special was a member of the St. John the ,
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Front Ct. 2899.
surface DMM A Rttar George N. LongMr. Divine Greek Orthodox Church in ,' I

... Air Condition Service .IeelrNe. asses sr ra.. George N. Long 85, of Lake Jacksonville.She also. a member of the Bradford ) :
was '
$7.95..FtIII. Geneva, died In the V.A. Medical
12.95 $7990 Education Association the ;
GUARANTEED LOWEST PRICES
Center in Gainesville Sunday morning '
WS H. CkKk Mil 11 IfflMtor Southside Elementary P.T.A.L. and]
IS MM Cart ft Tracks .. Mat Can* Tmcki '. '
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THE KING OF DIAMONDSDiamonds Born i In Chicago. Nov. 29, 1898, She is survived by her husband,Gus
: Clean & Wheel '12.95 he was a retired policeman with the ?
Repair Bearing of Kingsley Lake, two
Kopelousos
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I tM Rings Pendants Bracelets e Earrings and more Chicago Police Department. He moved daughters, Miss Elzabeth and Miss

CORBETTS TIRES & SERVICE REGENCY COURT ORANGE PARK PLACE Cross to Lake Crest Geneva IS yean ago from Stephanie Kopelousos, both of
Lake two sisters,Miss Connie
Kingsley
SHOPPING CENTER (Across from Orange Park Mae) He was a member of the Keystone ;
US 301 Temple Avenue -Stork and Miss Dimitra Costan, both of
I 9226 Arlington Expressway 24 Blending Boulevard Heights First Baptist Church, and Charlottesville and a brother
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Starke Firestone 964-6436 and
of WWI
Financing (Formerly ) was an Army veteran
Costan of Atlanta, GA.
Jacksonville FL 32211 Orange Park, FL 32073 WWII. Gregory
((904)) 724-3838 ((904)272-1747) Survivors include his daughter, Trisagion prayer services were
--J .._.. held at 7 p.m. on June 17, in the
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Mrs. Jeanette Loyd of Lake Geneva;
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel. Funeral services -
a brother-in-law, Wilfred E. Johnsonof

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Memorial services will be held at
with Father Paul C,
2:30: p.m. Thursday, June 21, in the Church
First Baptist Church with Rev. Costopoulos officiating.
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Interment was Evergreen
Charles E. Van Zant officiating.( In-
terment will be in Chicago. Jones Cemetery Jacksonville, FL, under
the direction of Jones Funeral Home,
Funeral Home in of
was charge ar
Starke. In lieu of flowers, contributions
rangements. may be made to St. John the

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./' would like to express our thanksfor
I the flowers and sympathy shown Ernest T. Phillips V-: ,

Gott' 48-Quart Cooler Cheat J during the-illness and death of our Mr. Ernest Tommy Phillips, 85, of .\ .
Hinged Lid ( ITSSOENCX. friend, Mrs. Frances H. Hefferon.A 832 West Cypress St., Starke, died 1V..
BUT n WOMCS Utt MAG4C- special thanks to Peggy Barnettfor Wednesday, June 13, at the V.A.I,
(44.1 liters) /t : 1 Scientific Formula Penetrates her help and kindness over the, Hospital Gainesville.

Surface. years. Mr. Phillips was born in Columbia
Now$2"J88 T Special Restores To New Look Clair Lazenby County and had lived in Starke
Cordelia '
McCrary several years.He was manager of the ,
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Lufldn Cracking & Peeling. ...... ... ..... Winn-Dixie store in Starke for 25 '
i years. before his retirement.vi. \1 .
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Maria Costan
Leather Surplus Warehouse for seven >'
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Removable, Food Trays,. t? Rubber & .. .. Kopelousos hall years.until ill,health. :anla'
..Recessed. Drain Plug. ,. MP' .. ... .. .retirement .. ,, '
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I e Stand Or Sit On Lid. .y W Kingsley Lake,.died nay, June -82nd;-Airborne Division GUdef'-II"r< .
Lightweight. High-Density 15, in Alachua General Hospital, WW II. He was a member of the'**'
Insulation Materials. following a brief illness. First Baptist Church, Starke, and tlib:
ffrg. 8.19 Value Born in Charlottesville, VA on member of the American Legion Post "'"
.. March 18, 1943,Mrs. Kopelousos moved 56. .:
to Kingsley Lake In 1964. Mr. Phillips is survived by his wife
DRAGON 5% She was a school teacher at Phyllis Anne Steidley, Phillips ot
2x4 No. 4 Rep 12.45 Value ***'? f/ \ Southside Elementary School and ,Starke, one daughter, Mrs. ElizabethSue
/ SEVIN DUSTS Cruce of Starke; one son, Ernest
: 8325 Neil Phillips of Panama City Florida.
8 foot 88 Easy'o read non-glare "write > Bag. Four grandchildren also survive.
) w.' on-wipe oft"epoxy-coated steel ReadyWide Use FLORIDA TWIN Funeral services were held Saturday '
: blade. in. wide with toggle Range Of June 16, at 11 a.m. at the First
: lock and belt clip. 5% Posh THEATRE : Baptist Church in Starke with Rev.
! C0X Nnvomi 1 Just z1 rrti.I D Used On Vegetables Ben Bryant officiating. Burial will be '
I Shrubs, Flowers, in Mt. Tabor Cemetery in Columbia
i I Shaathing _L |Trees& Ornamentals, Starke 964-5451 County. with the Archie Tanner
4'18' $777 =r' Starts Friday* Funeral Home, in charge of ar
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Bradford. Grand .Jury Report Crimea; of Starke! Police Iepartment .

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Wu, The Grand Jury of Bradford later be made p''bUc. following findings and recommendations Paperwork exists before it is submit I. Serious! murder cases anon as buddy performance byafBsgalst_
County, as an investigative and repor. ted to the Court or proaecutinlagen- Buckhalter and BraxvU have occured S35. a Ung agency of the Circuit: Court,In accordance Tulbo'iy'! pursuant to its statutory 4ir' without paperwork being submitted defloration of public respect. and
with the Court' Instructionof authority has Investigated and called SPECIFICS: I to the Court system by the Starke. prtpteetwn.RECOMMENDATION.
our right, duty and authority to investigate before itself those in charge of and FINDINGS: 1. Buckhalter Murder case of J Police Department.
the public conduct of Department Starke Police -The current investigative response November H, *WS. No report was: a. Other cases, many quite :
,elected official and their body has received to homicide cases Is deplorable and ---.,.;. serious, have required' repeRtedcallk. e, I
and including the authority to inquire information and testimony concern- woefully lacking in even the basic requirements 'I for fep rtll. Those In positions of responsibility t
Into whether or not those officials or tag two homicides recently commit of proper police techniques 2. BrazeD Murder case of May I,: There Is A serious need for the within and over the Starka Police
employee are incompetent or lax in ted in the Starke where as evidenced\ by investigations of 1984. A three sentence, three line' I I Chief of Police and other officers of Department should Immedately ad-
the performance of their duties offer In it was determined that a'lack of homicides committed In. Starke'on report was submitted: the Starke Police: Department to attend cIrUa each and every allegation and
this presentment.It [basic and proper police investigation November 11.1883,and May 6 ia 4.A > 3. Klrchtae incident of May 23,I educational courses to acquire finding listed in this report and implement
is the intention of this Grand ,by the Starke Police Department complete failure to recognize.e. Investigate 1984. No timely report was done' basic and/up to date knowledge in workable solution to>> remedy
Jury, incompliance with the pro- ,later required the Intervention of the and gather testimony and 4. Many other cases and citizens: criminal investigation lids would the problems described. each finding -
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cecIure8 of Florida Statutes Section Bradford County Sherif fa Office to insure evidence existed because of .the complaints too numerous to mention. hopefully serve as an incentive to the solution should be appropriate
fII.28! that this repent be directed to that justice be served.Motivated following problems: g. Failure to utilize other agency: those hard working officers who to the problem.CONCLUSIONS 1
.the Starke police Department, Chief olely In our concern for the safety of a. Lack of knowledge and educationIn resources such as the Florida Depart- strive to do quality work but who have
of PoliceJijmmy.Bawen.. and_the 'SI.rke's J cozens: and ior the proper how to conduct such Investigations.b. ment of Law Enforcement crime not had the opportunity, to. receive ::
Departments sworn officers 'Td administration and conduct of public .Lack of adequate supervision and lab; Medical Examiner's Office such necessary instruction.
emnlovees. And that said report shall Institutions we hereby make the. ,. review such Investigations by those ,State Attorney's Office; 'andreaources SPECIFICS: No officer have the It l Is the strong opinion of the Grand
elected or employed to supervise of other agencies having opportunity nor do' any attend any Jury that this community cannot afford -
work performance. concurrent juriadlctIon. No efforts to schools at present in case investigation the luxury of a paid! law enforcement
SPECIFICS: Reports are not seek advlceaaItsnce or to cam pi e ; report writing evidence. agency and agency bead that attempt
reviewed corrected or approved on investigative leads Is ever utilized gathering and preservation >> to function in this day and age
Chief Bowen Respondsto any cases, let alone murder cases, f even though other agencies: exist for 1..The lack of training and/or hvterest without being informed,educated and
which should demand such attention. that purpose and are willing to, and the unwillingness or in- concerned.The .
Examples; the Buckhalter Murder cooperate.Unified law enforcement ability to meet the minimal requirements Grand Jury intend to review,
case of November 11, 1983, and the is Impossible.h. of criminal 'investigation prior to. the end of Its term ,in
Brazen Murder case of May,6. 1984, .The Starke Police Department ta !, by the Starke police! Department November.1984,the results ol any fan-
Jury Inquiry were never supervised or reviewed by In need of written procedures to : supervisory personnel has provements made to the Starke
those in charge at the Starke Police review, and when necessary created a situation which Is unfair to ,Police Pepartment in conformity
Department.c. discipline any officer for failing to I ,the Court system,persona accused of with this presentment
I have reviewed the recent Grand attitude. Disciplinary action has No assigned Investigator to take'' conform his standard of work performance "I crimes, and the taxpaying public. As, We expect that these finding and
Jury report critical of the Starke already been taken against the officer :the responsibility to coordinate other' to that expected' and, deserved. ;j a result of this,condition the Court our recommendation: *'not. be taken
Police Department. The majority 01 involved. ,officers in gathering evidence. by this community. system has been hampered ,In Investigative lightly and hope and trust that a
the comments contained within the, The ,Grand ,Jury'* observation SPECIFICS: Other Law Enforce SPECIFICS: Dereliction of duty information.Persons may ,desrie for reform be apparent In Chief
report are basically false and the about discipline being a problem is meat agencies have an assigned' Investigator often occurs without, appropriate action ', ,be improperly accused of crimes Bowen and that reform itself Is,
result of the Grand-Jury receiving partially correct.We have experienced position. Failure to nave being taken. 'This baa fostered, because of inferior investigations and already under way by the time this
misinformation or false information difficulties in this area which are this position causes confusion, irresponsibility and promoted the continuation of Improper the general public is denied the protection ,report hef released. Change.must come
The Starke' Police Department, the result of a poor collective bargaining and disorganization.Cases conduct and the.deteriorationof to which it needs, i la entitled from top,
overall Is superior to most police agreement between the City and' are poorl prepared and, In- morale. ,and for which It is paying.. I
departments in similar size the police.union. We are going into vestigated. .. The Starke Police Department Is m. There exists a' 'lack of We, the Grand Jury of Bradford
munitles. This is evidenced by our this year's contract negotiations witha d. Lack of evidence gathering and in need of a satisfactory system to Insure knowledge, leadership and proper ,County,Spring Term 1984. do hereby
:crime statistics and arrest records. firm commitment to eliminate the the use of items as basic as cameras, that all well founded complaints I supervision in the Starke Police presentment make Datedi Thursday.
While the annual crime rate statewide barriers which have sometimes tape recorders, blood preserving kits, of crimes made by its citizens are Department which..I in turn. allows, "May 24,1984.Money .
dropped 0.9 percent in 1983; prevented us' from effectively fingerprint' preserving kits,an Starke's crime rate dropped 24.7 pen Disciplining police officers in the past.The evidence preserving devices. No of- the sideration.appropriate legal agency for con-
cent last year.'This Is second best In charge of a lack of equipment is ficer at the Starke Police Department, i
'the state of any non-suburbai' also false.The police department has has the basic tools to conduct a crime. SPECIFICS: .
1. citizen
,municipality with a population bet the cameras, evidence kits and tape scene search or investigation. Frequently reports are
not ever reduced to writing and sent
ween 5,000 and 10,000. recorders necessary to do proper in SPECIFICS:
Naturally,there is always room for vestigations.The Grand Jury'reportto 1. The Starke Police Department to the Court Report writing Ia JUbJeet ,
to the whim of the
improvement. Some of the criticisms! the contrary is false. In complex has no working tape recorder for In- officer
2. Citizens
are often required to
contained in the are deserved have in vestigation.
report cases, we the past and will
In those instances The Starke Police Department expend their own time to see that action
immediate stew continue to use the F.D.L.E. crime 2. is
have already been taken to. remedy lab and their mobile crime scene has no modern functional camera or frustration Initiated.and confusion This results for the hi ,
the problems. technicians. Other police depart flash-unit. Down
Citizen.
Most of the criticisms,however,are ments utilize F.D.L.E. s assistance in 3. The Starke Police Departmenthas ( Stark Police
factually incorrect or grossly these matters It is simply not coot effective no means of preserving blood'., or. .lacking in its procedures Department for the filing Is
overblown. The Grand Jury In- for us to try and duplicate the fingerprints on homicide cases. and
centered around .Lack of report forms and transmission of paperwork to the, MTCHEViTTEPER
vestigation a single facilities and services which are e. proper Court System. Haphazard and incomplete NEW
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officer who mishandled the use thereof for criminal cases.
police several already available to us through. the. submission of 'reports,
One officer's law SPECIFICS; i
police investigations. enforcement agencies. and
statements results
misconduct however is not cause to, : A third criticism was a lack of pro- 1.The same antiquated forms are have caused laboratory!
Inconveniences
criticize the entire police department per supervision. This is a charge used for all types of crimes. delays unnecessary and problems to the- MO.V'fevj' .
It is unfortunate that the Assistant which is very easy to make when 2.They have not beenupdated and legal system. Despite past efforts to '? '. '
State Attorney involved in this matter there are no standards by which to are often "
tout" these problems
correct they still ,,
continue .
required fejj pl No: 3CV '
f. Failure
has attempted to use the Grand Jury compare the department: There have and must be stopped.
to renew an old conflict between his been recent reassignments of administrative paperwork for serious crimes). No SPECIFICS
office and mine. and supervisory respon- adequate supervision and revie\y of :

The Grand Jury's report contains siblitles within the Starke Police '..... .... .. ._ .. .- .-. .. ".--. 'L' n Ba 4 I ce a r
five basic criticisms of the Starke Department. To whatever ,extent I
Police Department: lack of there may: have been shortcomings in !. t
knowledge and education; lack of, the past, I am confident that.these
adequate supervision; lack of equipment changes will correct the situation.The Starke Family Planning,, .CllqJ.cf. ., .
;..a. failure;properly. fill.out fourth criticism .to.the-alleged 1 YL MO.MO
certain reports; and a ldck..oi:. Failure to nil out proper paperwork' c uh&iigatlollTia;( !ttJ d.t.y! : ct iemTeltt.. .
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and ther-stale' agencies. )<'believe''' ientered afoUna "single1'' ooJi a'' No stay >'No.bortlons performed I Yd
that if the Grand Jury had an opportunity leer who allegedly mishandled, three I Hospital necessary
to bear all of the facts involving -- 904-6500
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these issues, its report would have 'I .. r.I .
been. substantially different. ,See Reply.. page.lt 1.1II .J I. J I I -_ / A
The charge that the department'sofficers 4Y I r.Y r..
lack knowledge or educationis
simply false. Every police officer
on the force has the formal police
training and education required by ,
I law Furthermore, seven of the police I ,
:officers nave advanced police traln-
ling in various specialties.) Each year
I opportunity for continuing education I.
I is provided the officers and we With: accep
i will continue to do so in the future. r "
;Since the Grand Jury met on this sM plus tax'

(matter,we have employed a full time
police tive.Thia.bmddaboim.'prove
our police Investigations. The
State Attorney's office should unders: "
tand, however that Starke is not a
lar municipality. We will never
have a homicide detective who does s A
nothing else but investigate murders. NIIMw iow aIA

Fortunately, Starke only has one or '4 L Ott
MYny
'two murders a year.We simply do not
have the need for such specialization.In fllils Ciera 4 tt
the past.we have relied upon the $ 42 Ounce $, 4,75; Oz. (e ValvolSne 84

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assist us' complex investigationsand laundry detergent. Limit 2 boxes. bar soap Limit 8 bars: Of OW40 motor oil. Limit 5t .
will continue to. do.; so in. the m

future.The poor police- work which was the ,99''

center of the Grand Jury investigation :'Lt9'1Paper 1 2$1
was not the result'of a lack of
knowledge or lack of education. The I New 84 Chevy Celebrity 4 itom' .

police officer, involved had the' 32 Ounce, Brach'sSignal'
'knowledge and education to do a good ,
investigation./The problem was one of Plates Candles

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BRADFORD LIMEROCK SALESi 783-3173. BRICK VENEER HOUSE 2100 sq. ft. Low GARAGE SALE 313 S. Orange St.. 9-3 TEN 1 AC LOTS facing Pleasant Grove CLAY HILL FEED Mlddkburg. 12 percent
Lawtey. 2/23 tin down poym.nt. Owner financed LOX Sot 6/21 Itpd Rd. $3.993. $400 down $70 a month. horse, 1001 Ibs. $9.50: 13.5 percent >
BEAUTIFUL new wood constructed 12 x Int. 4733454. 3/29 tfn BIG SALE Friday and Saturday;96. Next Call 964.5606.9/15 tfn Steer 1001 lb.. $8.40: Ammonia 4
20 building. Big window, large door. FOUR BEDROOM Den. large living room door to NAPA Auto Parts. Clothes, fur THREE 1 ACRE LOTS on SR-227-Brookr ntltrot, per'ton, $195; 10/10/10 per ;r; ulilleJa
florescent lighting, work bench. Ask and dining room. Kitchen has eat-In nltur knickknacks, etc 6/21 Itpd Rd. 2995. $300 down. $55 a month. ton $132-: 47" field fence, $69.95; eaLREALT'l
about or other options. $1595. Will bar. Newly remodeled, tile bath n.w NEIGHBORHOOD GARAGE SALE 3 Big .964.5606.9/15 tfn 3-3V4", post, $1.95. 6/21 4tchg 7/12
dellvr.We I Inane.. Coil 384-3007 of tr Carpet and ready to move In. Nice Day. Thursday thru Saturday. 1 '/ .. ONE ACRE lOT. Facing Forsyth Rd.
5 284.0732.6/7 4tchg 6/28 shaded fenced lot. Priced right. mile past hospital on 230. Across double 3000. $400 down and' 170 month. WANTEDAXLES
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auto trans., PS PB Am/FM stereo, 4tpd Frlgldar washing machine, rocking Approx. Vi oc.
cruise control rodlals, two-ton rd chair, chest of drawers, bed antique lot*. Paved streets, central water $100 ft TIRES Two axles and four tire. PHONE 964-7776 m '
w/toppr, sharp. 40.000 tulle (6000, MOBILE HOMES dresser Kitchen aces, boys A girl dn. $75/mo. Own.r financed.. Highest price paid. Green's Welding, IGIQUIArERWILLtGAR '205 N. Tempi: u::! tTStarke rt5
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ach. Discount for larg.quantities,call canning jars, and lots more 6/21 Itpd L wt.y. Asking 18000. Call AXLES TIRES For mobile homes. Olin's
373.7523.6/1.. 4tchg 7/5 SKYLINE MOBILE HOME CENTER Hwy. SAT., 9-4: Baby Items, crib mattress, 13127720107. 5/314tpd 6/21 Mobil Horn Sales. Call 9645606. -Special-
LONGNECKERS BLUEBERRIES U-PIck or 301 N. Stark. 964-4414 or 9644778. swing clothes and toys ladle. I 1/4 ACRES on Hwy. 16 East, $4000. 10 10/13 tfn .4 LOTS BESSENT MIMOSA-beautlful,
w* pick on ord.r. Open Mon.-ot.. 8 Com. out and check out the bargains.Talk blouses, pants and dresses, size percent assumable loon, Call after 3 SOME TO CARE for my baby In my wooded' city limit. Only $6,900 each. A
a.m. 9 p.m. Sunday: 3:30 6.30 p.m. to Walter (Bud)Alvarez for a great 10% 13. 50 c.nts.och. mens shirts ..Iz.15'1t pm. 782-3549. 6/14 2tchg 6/21 parent horn. 9 am to 3 pm daily, Call YT
rare offering.
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Earlton ara and s**signs. 468-3483 or -- 964.7066.6/14 2tpd 6/21
deal. For more Information call Roy and 16 50 cents each. Many otherItems
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473 3703. 6/14 GOOD USED fURNITURE. One
tfnchg Well. 964-5764; after 3 PM 964-5251 located on Hwy 16,1 mite south HELP WANTED piece or t4
CHEV.TRUCK CHASSIS 1967 6 cyl. 2 ton 4/26 tfn Stat. Prison look for signs. 6/21 Itpd haul full. I will buy anything old. Call BUYER BENEFITS READ CAREFULLY '

34000 BTU Wstlnghous air conditioner 1972 MOBIL HOME with porches,and FRI. & SAT.: 8:30-: 13. Stroller dishes, CRUISE SHIP JOBS Great Income potential 964-8008 Mary Wilson. 6/14 4tpd 7/05 SECLUDED CHARMING unique hideaway home. !f
In good condition. Sealed bids carport. AC fenced 1/2 landscaped clothes( etc. Morgan Rd. at Olin's Tr. LAWNS TO MOW Reasonable rates,
P.O.Drawer acre all occupations, for Informationcall Only 6 yrs. old. 2-itory. I ER. 3Vt BA CHftA,
should be of towley, 964.4323 964.7088.6/14 6/21
sent to City or 2tpd
G. Lawtey FL 32058 by July 2. fruit trees, new 17 x 14 shop. Pk!6/:1T: 1 tchg : ((312)) 742-8620, ext. 362 6/7 4tpd seperate office In city limits, fish pond en 7 acres.Hove .
$7.000 and take over bal. $6.482 at 2 FAMILY MENS CLOTHES Kids clothes, 6/28
1984. Thes may be seen at City Hall Inlawt.y. household items, bike etc. PERSONAL SERVICES to see to b.II..1.TWO I
$150.964.7628.6/1" boys CR-16
2tpd 6/21 FLORIDA TIMES UNION motor rout STORY ANTIBELLUM 42S WALNUT-Lov.ly' r-M
6/21 Itchg. FREE APPLICATION. by phon. Nodeposit West Heilbron Spring watch for signs, available In Stark area Must have
PEAS. CORN. BUTTER BEANS FORD spacious on apporx. one acre, 2 car garoge, many 7
required.. Call us now I Fri., Sat., Sun. 6/21 Itpd reliable transportation; and telephone,
HOOKS AND OKRA. MARIE MELTON: .... SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED All pecan trees Estate settlement.S3 .
964.5845.6/21 2tpd 6/28 AMERICAN HOME OF PALATKA. Hwy and be able to post $250 cash bond makes cleaned oiled and adjusted. ACRES BESSENT 8. FLUME RD-. ellent owner
17 S.E. Palatfca. 338-5001 or 328-5003.
OKRAS Canto lop., watermelons, 628SEMIFURNISHED CARS & TRUCKSIS deposit. Call 964-5165 Mon. Fri. 8a.m. $15 Work guaranteed. James financing will sell one acre five acres or more
6/28 6/242tchg to 5 p.m.or visit our office at 1605 Strickland Rd. and
964.6528.6/21 2tchg trailer and lot in good Corner Morgan! GREAT COMMERCIAL OPPORTUNITY 250' on US
130 PARMAU TRACTOR 3 pt. hitch condition. Fenced In back yard. AC IT TRUE YOU CAN BUY JEEPS FOR $44 N. Temple. 6/21 Ave.Itchg Equal OpportunityEmployer. Hwy. 16. Starke. 12/29 tin 301 120' Joins old Gulf station on 301 B SR.". fP4
plow disk cultivator $3500. 964-8133. CHAIN LINK FENCE Installed. Freestimates Busiest In town I 7 I
well pump and septic tank already through the U.S. Government? Get the PART-TIME tale supervision Florida corner
'6/31: Itchg down call after S.p.m., 375.4860.6/21 facts today! Call ((312)) 742-1142 Ext. Times Union. Seeks 'Individual ta work Handy-Man Fence Co. SMASHING CONTEMPORARY. Architect Tom Ten- :
7/t OUTBOARD MOTOR Pea shelter. chg tfnMOBILE 609. 5/31 EOW 7/12 afternoon to supervise sales craw. Owner Tommy Reddish 9648559.329 nerear'designed this handsome, 2-story cedar at } 1

964.8853.6/21 Itchg HOME Short on cash? Slack oncredit 1970 MAVERICK 6 cyl., body very good Must have transportation, 9645165. tfn Country Club. 2584 sq. ft. en 2 lots. Beaut. Insul. I
flour and CHILD CARE All newborns
HUTCH with sifter
ANTIQUI ? Colt anyway. Ask CHIP. and motor good. All new tires, $325. Florida Times Union. 6/21 Itchg ages, Fireplace. Only 3 yrs.old. SP $175,000. mtg. $73.000. I
BTU Perfection Go heater withblower. limited. State license, Certified first
70.000 AMERICAN HOMES OF PALATKA Hwy 9646365. 6/21 1 Itchg FOOD SALES Earn $425 per week. Call at 9%%. Mo. Pmt. $69S.96. I
Best offer, waterbed aid full time 9645610. 6/7
782.3459.6/21 singl 6/28 17 S.. East Palatka, 328.5001 or 1970 CHEVY Call 964-4295 after 5 p.m. 904-733-6248. Itpd tfn only. chg .1000.000 VIEW.FOR $141.000 Truly magnificent i

PIANO$60. R ORGAN SALE 2tchg Pianos from 328.5002.6/21 2tchg 6/28 Good condition. 6/21 Itchg TOP SALARY. Paid for this area for a BABYSITTING In my home anytimeday residence. 207' on Little Lake Santa Fe. 3 BR, 3'.4- I
1913 FORD LTD BROUGHAM 4 DR V-6 dozier operator. Apply In Olin's BA. 3,000 Sq. Dramatic Waterfront. 4
from $589. ft person $23 week child, Call
MOO. Organs Thursday or night. per per
Friday June 21 & 33 at Eagle Discount COMMERCIAL PROPERTY ((26 mpg), automatic AC PS PB Mobile Home Sales, Hwy 100 West 964.4839.6/1" 2tpd 6/21 LAKE BROOKLYN 100' sugar white sand beach. .1
Star., Kyston Heights by llpham RENTLEASETWO power windows and door locks, whit. Stark., Florida 32091. 6/21 Itchg MACHINE QUILTING Crib to King size. Ideal far leisure living $47,000 w/mtg ef $21,11.1 I
Musk! of Gainesville. 6/21 Itchg with vinyl top, brown Interior tilt. APPLICATIONS or. being taken for Also .hove quilt for sale. Assorted .IF THE BEST HAS ALWAYS BEEN A CHALLENGE 4
176 NORRIS TRAVEL Trailer fully load. wheel cruise control, reclining seats.WIII cooks, waitresses and housekeepers. sizes and designs. Betty Hlldebrand Roomy 3 BR. 2 BA brick on 1.7 Ac. At Country Club. 4
ed.$4000 or best offer.964-8171 after STORY DEPARTMENT STORE .accept trade, near wholesaleprice. Apply In person only at the Troll Motel 964.8122. 6/21 tfnchg -904 RAIFORD ROAD Comfortable. Ig. Ell's, 2 full I
p.m. 6/21 Itpd BUILDING 1 block from City Hall. 1975 CHRYSLER Call Bill 964.4850.6/21 CORDOBA $1200 Itchg call and Restaurant In Lawtey. 6/21 Itchg-- WILL BABYSIT In my home 1 year and baths. Enc. garage, icrn'd parch fenc'd bkyard. CB its
12 CUBIC FT. Sears refrigerator white Stark. With 3720 sq. ft. on .och floor. 964.5318.6/21 2tpd 6/28 up. $20 per week. Call 964.5636.6/21 storage bldg. Pav'd driveway. Nicely landscaped. ,
w/french doors. $75. 783-3460. 6/31 N.w roof. Will exchange for slngl 1979 PLYMOUTH HORIZON ATM PS FOR RENT Itchg METICULOUS DESIGN t CONSTRUCTION Brand
Itpd family homes In Jacksonville or AC AM/FM. 4 DR $1800. need work, AL-ANON Family Group, Saturday; t new VA, FHA ft Conv.terms. 3 BR.2 BA w/cathedral
RHODE ISLAND Pullet for sale, call Gainesville or other Incom. property 782.3580.6/21 p.m. 964-7939 after 5 p.m. 6/231 4tpd cellng fireplace, skylight fan. 34500.
783-3376 after 6 30 6/14 Clyde Simpson, 1119 Barnett Bankk tchg MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE HOME PARK. 712BILL'S
Itpd
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1910 FIAT FOR SALE $1.000 firm takeover TO SEE IT IS TO LOVE ITI Charming nearly new
TOMATOESi Sweet onions melons. Building Jacksonville. FL. 32202. Mobile home and spaces for rent. SAW SHOP Complete
low payments 9644010. 6/21 sharpening brick 3 BR,2 BA home on l'/i Ac. Near Country Club. b
Pleoie phon. between 1 p.m. 'and 6 904-356-6849. 3tchg 628LOSTFOUND 1 Itpd Recreational vehicles welcome. Phone service, circular hand carbide, chain, Great FR fireplace, scrn'd perch lug heated S.P..
p.m. 964.6434.6/21 Itchg 1978 BUICK SKVHAWK Good condition 468.2912.9/16 tin mower blade hollow ground ond 65000. Assum. mtg. $39.672.
appr.
13 FT. GHEE-NOE Boat and trailer $400. MOBILE HOMES FOR RENTS One mil. balanced. Leave at Jackson Building
V-6, PS, AT, 431-1050. 6/28 BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY SETTING Clean S ,,old 2 j
6/2L2tpd yr ,
Starke limit Clean. 16
Mobil. home air-condition.r. Dou- from city Hwy. Supply In Stark.. Keystone Heights or
'W.:Coll 468-1323. 10/07 tfn. BR. IV. BA. CH/A. Double carport on 3 Ac.
Th.rm. 3 ton 2 yrs. old. S5OO. Coleman Lake Butler. TFNchg
furnace and thermostat, 60,000 BTU ONI GERMAN shepherd puppy In area BUSINESS CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for rent. On, GLASS CUT TO ORDER Doors, window., -441 N. WALNUT STI Appro. .2010 sq. ft. j
$400. Call 964.7822.6/21 Itpd of Vo-Tech C.nt.r In Stork. Wearing Hwy 16 W. Close to prison. Call .tc. JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY. 3/2-S38.SOO. Investor take note.
SILVER QUEEN CORN By the dozen or by collar and In good health. Call 964.8643or OPPORTUNITIES. 4681323. 10/07 tfn. '9646078. Order also token In Lake SPACIOUS GREAT ROOM 8., KITCHEN: 10 great ac.Mrhom. I
964-8451 after 5 6/14 2khgFOUNDS STUDIO APARTMENT Weekly; monthly .. Over 3,000 sq91: .'+Overslied double |
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He bushel.'Call 964-6558 after S p.m.of p.m. .. < ; 1,11" Butler v 496-3079. and Knyston
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I weekends. 6/21 Itpd '' "> <"" ./21-'''' ..f' ." '- OWN YOUR OWN* :Jed'rts-Sport: .weor 11.; rots Palms Apartments,2314N. Temple Heights,473:4973.2/26 tfn -A" II .aqroq..'''. ''' hap. 00.t4gCL&( FfPt Snf J'!
3 TON SEARS air conditioner unit. Excellent In Boyless Hwy area a young: Ladles Apparel Combination Accessories Ave 7/28 tfn i FAMILY HAIR DESIGNERS HOME a ti3.>Ci Nice 3 .R- Bethel Cu tafl, d.
condition $450. Bobby Hompton. mal. Collie. Black ft whit with collar. Larg. Size star. National NICE ROOM with private bath. 964.6035. 144 West Call St. '*''.7303 $14,000-3 BR frame hem off Rd. 100-.. v'
964.8156.6/21 3tpd 6/28 964.6653.6/21 Itpd brands: Jordach.. Chic lee, Levi 12/22 tinIRIGHT. Open Tu...-Fri.9 til S:30 .$27SOO-Comm. lots. Madison. Great locale.
FRANKLIN WOOD HEATER Open front, REWARD For return of blu. and whit Vanderbilt Izod. Gunn Sax, Esprit SUNNY ROOM with bath. Op. Sat.'AMtlI3'MAppta. $29.SOO-1S Ac. Septic barn timber.. Owri. fin.
n.v.r been used. $275.964-7512. days. 20" lawn mower stolen from Raiford. Brlttanla Colvin Klein Sergio Volente, posit Stark Post Office. Ask for Mr*. .Not Always Necessary .$38,500-CfUA-3/1'/i In country. Fireplace, deck.
6/14 finCOLOR NO QUESTIONS ASKED. I am poor and Evan Picon. Claiborne. Member Only lyon.. Must see to appreciate. Affordable 1/07 tfn .$40,000-11 Ac. Edwards Rd. Septic well. 3 borns.
TV $99 and N.xt to Stork can't afford another. Please return it. Bill Blass, Organically Grown rates.
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up. *$50,000.20 Ac. Prim; Bpt. Ch. Rd. 3 well..2 septic.
Truck Stop south of Stark.. 9648212. Contact Cindy Steams P.O. Box 143 H.altht.x, 300 other. $7,900 to FOR BALE OR RENTS like new 3 BR. 1 BA NOTICE $100.000-58 Ac. 330' 301 frntg. Timber.Flnenc.
Ral'ord., FL 32083. 6/21 2tchg 6/28 CB horn with 2.6 acres. On Griffls
11/24 tfn $24,900 Inventory airfare, training; .$120.000-60 Ac. off Rd. 335 (Whitehead RdFln.
MOBILE HOME SUPPLIES Windows t. """ fixtures, grand opening .tc. Mr. Loop. Starke. $300-$325/mo. 9645445. .
doors, plumbing and elec. supplies: YARD SALE loughlln ((612)) 8886555. Itpd 6/21 5/03 tfn CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submitted We are now o".rlng..Appra.ol.
also furniture. BARGAIN CENTER 1 GROUND FLOOR OPPORTUNITY ROOM FOR RENT BY THE MONTH to the Bradford County 4 Notary Services-
mil. South of Starke. 3/01 tfn Distributors Want.d. National W/SwImmlng pool. Maid service, Telegraph office In writing and paid In * ** *

SIMCO RIDING SADDLE Looks brand 2 FAMILY YARD SALES Tools, furniture, manufacturer of steel frame home I I. linen Included. Restaurant and lounge advance unless credit Is already t*van OUTLAW M -UN AWNINGS''I'V'aA.ff,J"554naILtCOONEYN5413
and household Item Many new Item Utilities Included. established with this office.
new used v.ry few times. Call seeking representatives for selected on premises. TOMMVCHASfAIN..Q19
964-7513 $325. 6/7 tfn 315 N. Clark St. 6/21 Itpd areas to market the hottest Idea In $300/mo. Fr.. parking. Econo Lodge 0'Stork. THE TELEGRAPH STAFF CANNOT BEHELD MAXIN/OOrN43S. .IMF NOV11 WARD M474S4WAVWf ,
1210 BRADFORD ST. Saratoga Height homebullding. Low cost energy efficient .. 9647600. 3/03 tin RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN PAW MUUINS443 I4J OOUCUASM4-439J I
HOMES FOR SALE Men and women cloth.., shoes and single and mubl-family design. NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS fort BR, 2 CLASSIFIEDS WHEN AD IS TAKEN OVER JOHN lANCfOAO 4M-1WI
other thing Also workout "DP" bench and a complete line of metal buildings. BA apt. For more Information call lake THE TELEPHONE.
(brand new). Sat.. 830: a.m. ?? Proven concept dealer training and Butler Apts.. 4963141. Equal Opportunity Classified Deadline# I is TUESDAY.
FORECLOSED HOME-LAKE SANTA FS 2 Everything must gal I 6/21 Itpd support. $3 50 refundable Investment Housing. 6/7 tfnchg NOON prior to Thursday publication''
BR. I BA. 29500. Any reasonable offer MISC. ITEMSi 2nd RR, crossing' on Griffl required. For; complete Informationcall TWO.BR APT Partially furnished $195 Minimum charge I is 13 words for$2.75, Subscribe I
will be considered.. 9645010. 3/08 Loop at the curve. Thursday & Friday Mr Bruce at 1.80033.5555.61"2tch9. ,month. $100 deposit. Phone 964-4228 then 10 cents for each word thereafter. .
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PLASTERING STUCCO PAINTING PINE FOREST WANTED' R&J CONTRACTORS

Experienced sewing machine

FREE ESTIMATES APARTMENTS mechanic. Paid holidays 'and vaca- 'Spectic Tank Installation

Phone: 964-4199 24 hour,! a day tion. Salary commensurate with
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Henry McCMIon Carlos Rod lgotz I ability. Apply in person only at' Drain Lines Plumbingfill

Vogue Manufacturing Inc..., 710 S.

1-2 ft 3 Bedroom .Apt:. Water St. Highway 100 E.,. Starke. Dirt Electric ;

-:-- From *1 60" to '297M Back Hole Work BuildingALL

MAMMA'S STABLESBUY
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e SELL e TRADE 12 ft 3 Bedrooms Available lOw']' Visit this- 'charming ranch style 3 BR. 2 both WORK GUARANTEED

HORSES e PONIES home. Newly constructed. with all'energy

TACK e HAY .efficient features. A gaily kitchen serves 9644897ERA
both dining area and breakfast nook. Complete --

301 North Waldo FL with spacious deck and garage.' r

from Flea Market Qt'across : 1530 W. Madison Walking distance of Keystone'Schools and

9 .,",.1020 Golf Course Club House. $97,900. ..- .--.

EWIL 10$5118FIFM11MTT Phone. 954-6312 Builder/Realtor."r..I\ Tiffin & :Owens IneRealtor :


i: .Ijack Courtnay
JI316-3 BR horn en 9 ocrs. ,:
MH hookup pecan grove !&.Associates, Inc. I ii"
51000. Formerly FAULKNeR REALTY,
327-3 pastur BR, :2 BA, ,brick Carpet (lay '$ SoofohgardAT.ila.ilo Realtor, Developer Builder'' .

greenhouse. 5 plus acre*. Room 1' 495 is Ai the Golf/ CourseP.O. 964-5065 .

fenced animal tail, Cleaning "'In BoX 1354-Keystone Hgts. FI .
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83357.1. 9 oc. homeslta.' (Basp Soil Eitraotion I Is 1I..I.llalllo) 473-7060 221 Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone '
call M Information. '
!i -.Writ' *or 'Mon.-Frt. 8:30 p.m. to 5:30 'mi Saturday* 12
wooded paved frontage p.m. noon
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Priced right. W3t&a! Hattf Special.( ., ilL, Tall, Sr.).r. I e.,' '

All ACROSS AMERICA "llg- *CONNERLY y ESTATE '. 3 i BR, '2'BAS fully, equipped kitchen.\ 11V4 percent ossumobl
Come Im and compare Car.t Jd ((1.12) ....... ..h ., *".I. ." ... mortgage with qualification,, BPP. ,

our commercial Cleaned IMMACULATE I 3 BR. J J'Ii 8A.'great I location/ In town. Priced In the 301.I .
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lie*.. .r. (S..lr.1.) . f :Hill.F.e.d' *2 BR, I BA On. acre In the country,only $16,300. '
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'"Not Delighted Don't Pay" Clay *LARGE ACREAGE Country Club area Perfect /for development; term*.. available/
MldtUebwro *KEYSTONE HEIGHTS: AREA'. 3 ales tem. Available. $13.000.or) '
S.mllllrHfenll Union Co..,ami. vtnwmKna area 5 9t SR.211 *THREE BEDROOM on* both horn Irt town good: location, 26900.

FtorMa. Carpet CI) anin ft Pya Co. j.,' 221043Th '**WATERFRONT SEE THIS COUNTRY PROPERTY SETTING AVAILABLE 3 BR, 1 .BA lovi double down! -.wid.payment.on cppro and E2 8.5 farms acre. 43. v#
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VACATION '
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.1,1 orator for Mobile REALTY,REALTOR ing a vactlon soon or someone sick In '1' \
1-pd Rental Property Available the.Office? I will fill In for you. Good HIGHRIDGS ESTATES1983 fleelwood Call 473-3438.. Itpd
ZONED FOR BUSINESS Central locationon reference I Call 473-2898 after 5:30 D/W mobile home with fireplace 3.. ;,''' .
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417.:' HWY-21.650 tq.lt., $300 pen mo.2BR p.m. 3/4tfnehg BRs, :2 complete' baths, CH/A, corner':.( 'A 6.j1"'f'f'.' ; v, ,4
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I' lot. Storage building and chain link' < ;;,1'\ ( ....
CASHIER AND CLERK Part-time. Able to ; "
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COTTAGE LAKE BROOKLYN fence Very good price.$32,300. Phone
on work weekends and night. Must apply
PROCESS MAIL AT : weekly $200 plus refundable $50 In person at Ch.vrori Food Mart SR-100 473-7909 for appointment 2tpd ,: : ,
hundred No : cleaning deposit. ,.'21 between 9 a.m.5 p.m.. Monday 6/21-20. ''I! ,,', -t\\ ,, SHALLOW AND DEEP.VVELl'fUMPStPyC' ; .
lime. Start Immediately pipes and fittings Water"r softener.
through Friday tfnchg 6/14
Ihoddressed stamped MELROSE-2BR, 2 Bath homo, fireplace, MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST New family LAND FOR SALE *; Bryan Ace Hurdwar.;lKey.ton. Hats!,
,,:, C.R6092"'' P.O. box 473-4006 5/24 tfnchg v v screen porch, utility room, available medical office In Melrose. Part time
't t', J34&. 4-pd 6/14-7/3 July! 13. $300 a month. first 6-months, then full time when new LAKE LOT 100 front 'footage on Lake AMWAY, PRODUCTS Coll to place your 1
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aOVaRNMENT! arde Need extra Income?Call us for, I''
' Now building completed. Typing general Hlllcrest. 11000. Financing available. ,. >details 473.3671.5/10 tfnchg"! '''w"' '}arkr:
l, $5d$93/year.<< COMMERCIAL VACANT PROPERTY off reception assist with patients.Medical 371.1339 after 5 p.m. or weekends., 1V7 self '
: CalS803-687-6000 Ext. MINI. HOMI Mobil Trailer
!;: : 884ItcninaryBoolikeeper Hwy 26 and Lotchttrlng Road Metros office exp, helpful. Start July 2, $5 an 6/14 tfnchg contained. Dual air. dual h_. ,12V.
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS REALTY, hour. Approx. 25 hours per week In. PROPERTY INVESTMENT Acre, '
for ml. 'Good ; Consider
Realtor.473-461 cluding Saturdays Reply 372-2043 Ext. 4-mlles outside Keystone. New pet gal. shape.
.Icljftelnlng Program.In. 6/21 tfnchg 19 between 6-9 p.m. ltchg621.LOSTFOUND' development wooded lot. $3,300 pick-up In trade.H $7.993. 4737139.h Itpd6I4.21'
and 2 .
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toSidu.trlol of negotiable on cash or financing. Callfor OVER 1-ACRE wooded lot.on Alligator
;: Complex MOBILE HOME FOR RENT 3BR furnished. Info. (
Scott 1-373-7682
: Bo3360, Raiford. Fl : more -- 2tchg Creek,'ISO plus feet on water. $6,800,
A/C $170 a mo. plus deposit. 684-6634 6/21.28 .
6/0:21/84:: no closing co.t,. Phone ,14663967after
(.i yitor RAIPORD 6/14tfncho FOUND-Set of keys found on ground "" 7 p.m. 3tchg 6/14-29 '44:
, << TIONS for part-time PANELLED OFFICE 6 RECEPTION AREAl outside Monitor office! Fits Toyota. On .MISCELLANEOUS LONGNECKERS BLUEBERRIES-U-PICK. OR
x4l tlm*policeman. P.O. Available June 15* Parking SR-21 In Florida Farm Bureau key ring. Pick up I WE PICK ON ORDER. Open MonSot.8
i1i.: Fl $7083.... Keystone shops 473.7107.5/17 tin at Monitor ofllc.2t' ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUSir, Closed a.m. .9 p.m.: Sunday,' ;3:30: p.m. 6:30:
.. OFFICE SPACEt Suitable for,medical 0''Ic. 2 BEAGLESF.mal.. 1 IBk/W .Under; meetings Monday 8 p.nj.) Open p.m. Earlton area and tee signs.
FOR ... Available June IS. Parking SR-21 Bk'/W with brown ears and fat. Lost In meetings Friday 8 p.m. Alanon Mon. 468-2483 or 4732702. 6/1 4 tfnchg ,
$ N. Keystone shops, 4737707. 9/17 tIn arodlse Ridge area. Call' 4734225. day 8 p.m. All meetings at Educational OAK, LIBRARY" TABLE-S273, 473-2849.. I
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\!'" 1tehg6/21j Building Community Church 473-2790 Itpd 6/21,1,, "
yY'I1&lImRS AND or 475.2130.6/7 tfnchg SOFAS with 36".39"table. Makes fine
i, fa*:RENT Union PERSONAL SERVICES HOUSES FOR SALE"WHITE OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS No dues, corner''Unit. Sleeps 2t Clean, A-l $135; '
Miff' Street Lake Ads"r: fees or weigh ins Open {meetings Occasional high bock chair $25: Navy )
;' 49&$261 for In! m.ltlo" SANDS LAKE"- at Keystone Tue.ay', 7:30: p.m. Community Church blue afghan "?))8. .hand made. ., ." ,'
C* _. CARPENTER WORK Remodeling work Heights, Builder-Owned home on Educational Building Keystone'' '473-2849. Itpd 6/21. '*.,
: kitchen cabinets and trim' carpentry. beautiful acre: 3BR, 2Bath.-Creatroom, H.lght..473.279O. 1/5 tfnchg J1FT TRAVEL TRAILER-Alf self
'I'. Reasonable prlc..:Call 473-4018 after gameroom stone fireplace 2-car BINGO AMERICAN LEGION HALL- Post .contained. Sleeps 6 or 8;, A-l Shape.
t4h' 9:30 1/9 tfnchg $2.500. 473.2931.2tpd 62128.
p.m. garage, workshop decks MUST SEE 202 SR-21 north Keystone Heights
I'', NAMES INSURANCE : CARPET AND VINYL repairs and Installations. TO BELEIVE dreamhouse. By Owner.. Saturday Bingo 7:30: p.,!,. Public ,I., 4 FEMALE COON Black and ton puppies
'\ Li\!\" Avenue Lake Free estimates. Ten years.xp.ri.nce. 1-387-6471 4tchg 3/24-6/14 vited. 5/31 tfnchg $25 each. Call 473-1279. ..after. 5p.m.
, Call 473-4217 and ask for 6/21. .
Insurance hchg ,I
Cbf plete 2 BATH
3BRt attractive home. Niceenfghborhood. '
NEED MEDICARE INSURANCE!Call chuck:
s Craig. 9/17 tfnchg WESTINGHOUSE GOLF CART -$200 or I
\ *- HANDYMAN All kinds of home repairs Satterwhlte State Form Insurance best offer. For further Info. call ,4
....!r REAL mobllehome repairs, and fix-up needs.No ': Work/Utility/Washroom.. 4" well Lawrence, Blvd., Keystone Heights 4734115. Itpd 6/21. -;
--.:%.. |lob too small., Minor ,plumbing- walk-op attic value.storage.$52.000 Excellent, 473-3311or appreciation 473.7272.6/14tchg 6/28 ONI ((1)) LOT-Keystone.. Heights "
LO kiNG FOR A SPEOAL repairs. Cleaning service Light haul 47S.1507.2tpd 6/14-21 NEED HOSPITAL INSURANCE! Call Chuck C.meteryCol( 719-223-2833; or, write;
PERTY If I don't have It, : ing. Call Jim 473-3671 day or evening. FOR SALE OR RENT- 2BR 2 Bath home, Satterwhlte State Farm Insurance A.Derf; | Unity WI. 34488./Hpd 6/21; ,,
aJANE i S.
9/17 tfnchg. Lawrence Blvd.; Keystone Height. ", ;
'Immokalee Rd. Call 17449343. .
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4M 2126 or 496-2903, 473.727'67tchg 6/28; : : f ,'" ,
t; UKon County Realtor." 4tchg.' 6/21-7/12. ,i '.
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PERSONAL' ((4 ) Steve, Broadway NOTICE Subscribe. I 473-2210!,

':' ea 1 1 i j TREE: SERVICE. oJ.'" .....' ? '
'I. DO MAN WELL AND 1890 \., .. .
+ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING should be submltted .
Pjfjjkage deal; .wells ; Removal J to the lake Region Monitor office BLUEBERRIESYou ,
new F" '..... ...,. ?
'. pumps Trimming In writing.and paid-In' advance'' 'Pltk '65 ents' i
tdXks, drain fields unless credit Is ..establishedwith ,
Stump Removal ,already a ,th. We pick 95 .f'h
Mjifclle home poles ,
this office j Eke
Af al h+ ',
", g&l ant.ed call g. Striping Firewood MONITOR STAFF CANNOT BE HELD cents a Ib Open '\.; J:). .: ., ioJ'fWAN,,, "11- ,
2$ ISI. UFN 9/1 Free Estimat RESPONSIBLE FOR MISTAKES IN everydaY'.8'AM6''' ''. ''

NEt US TREI SERVICE Tr I h e d 1970 473.4732 (:LASSIFIEDSWHENAD1STAKENOVER. PM. 3 miles North .. Imported'Aut. .Service. "' .,!, ,. 1
y\\1., pi! thing. Also firewood 'THE TELEPHONE. Factory. Trained Guaranteed.
(oriole. Call Thomas ( ) After 5P.M.Keystone Classified deadline I I. Tuesday noon of lake butler in Hnwy1261AWro.? ,
ubijl2/22 Heights prior .to Thursday publication. 238. Call 496-3935 nM.. '
SS5 Minimum charge Is 15 words for$2.73 Johnny Arnold TuniU ptaMawEinglno.Work t
Licensed & Insured then: 10 cents for each word thereafter. i
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NOW FOR : THE OFFICE SHOP -. '

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.,q oi oFF1CE: "H !as.>e ..cU"i ; l.tIo.,. HgloH! ,,.< -'EXAMS..'_.... *.rN! c : IRe.'t W"! ,,:\>*,::i', Js.d'iflcs .$5O" th.t.it: i61}'
r ,.ill HOP ,,' ....r! HiA! *, No High School Necessary ,,' I" I. c '. Used Swlnt6c4'' DepT.; Cash: Register. $50 )
: '9rS4.A7Adb Poaitlonc Start A* High As '' ''
dwn., $35 mth. 4 > "t tlr

,- e POST$1 OFFICE 0.21 a HOUR CLERICALe '. : 14 X 60 Used Coping; Machine' ; $1490' cash. or" >- ;";;:.. ;

MECHANICS INSPECTORS rent $75 per'mth.
S, Subscribe, Thinking aboutDIVORCING BEEP PMESENT AT NOME JOB WHILCPBEPARINa FOR 2 DH 2 BATH Swlntec; Electronic Heavy Duty,

f toc/o/f/ PRESSURE aOVCRNMf EXAMS Typewriter, ,Sale $499 cash or rent. to,own.!,. -
a* WASHINGHot Some new options Write' Include Phone No. Tot Uncle I Roy's ,$50 dwn. $45 per .mth. ,1 J'/ '-' "'* .W

Classified/ Ads or .Cold. are available Including National Training Damaged Fire Proof 4 DR file Cabinet1" '

feet Houses, trailers, no (lawyer Service, Inc. would sell new for $915, NOW $495.
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aluminum siding, negotiated settlement c/o Bradford Co.telegraph Mobile. Homes Used Executive Chair, $50.; c. >.-

soffit. motot etc. Con Groan Cove New Check Writing Machine, $7?. .;, ;iFi; '." h'

1LORILAND: homes, diesel-gas fldentlal Inquiries,. P.O. Drawer AStarke. Springs Do :you hove..a Computer?:,The OfficeShop

motors, heavy 964 T 4850 .1 has (a ,,full line of computer paper; "
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Fl 32091 I 5823
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I li ;REALTY I equipment. .FREEESTIMATES DIVORCE REFERAL floppy-llsks., cind'other"cc.lsorles; ,

tl SERVICE If you are buying from, !IBM, Burroughs, ,, '
i i >64-7700 475-2259 Melrose.. or' other'vendors you are probobly.payinB.

I t.D. much. Call 964-5764, The' Office' Shop,
393 N. Temple Ave. r-'i&c '! .. Thomas'Cergrnic too ,
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Vernle P. Odom/Broker- "" for comparison.

., GRI VACUUM Mtl1l.Storage"Jb)\"? f, THIS WEEK ONLY: 1000 Business Cards..

It.'" ." raised print block,only: $16.99: Color light' ,
RENT SALENEW
home., :31 or 4 BR, 2 Hwy 301-South-Stark Shop ly higher. .
::1I1IIIt. nice location &USED t % Ml.-S.of Shopping.. Center' '44' ., O

iWSON BLDCi! Call for We Finance Our Own
-3 MI. S. of Starke; on US 301 .
alls. KIRBYS 2 96.C.6020'Janet
bedroom cottage ROYALS .FREE CLASSES; & SUMMER CLASSESFor

mpton. EUREKAS Ag*. 4 ft Up: W BUY ii SELL USED Mobile' Heme 'a;" -

:M, bedroom trailer! city HOOVERS Wednesday afternoon to 5 p.m. WE HAVE V.W. CARS ft ELECTRICSERyiCE
FATHER'SDAY
WMts. available 71pipwson ELECTROLUX Call 744-4174 94-8767 964.8515 PARTS.Coll 'mp.SI65' 200AmpV$260
Bldg., 'formerly or I 100
Kftwson Meat Markef;walk' FILTER QUEENS M.. (NETTLES Open. Mon-Fr; 70.54Tuee6Thun.7.9 964-7289, Crlffls Compl.tel.slallatio.f.r'vlc.AvuBebl.
jbjj coolers; r some equip. SEARS Saturday 9 p.m. to I p.m.STARKE GIFTS I 11 I Auto Sale.. 2'AIIS.rvkeswlshMolnDlsconnec,.

bldg. has 3,seperate'' COMMERCIALWe Starling TREE "J I miles N. on 301. Call Walda 468.1187ferpe.EstimeteeFILLDIRT

.Int( ., could 'b. used, repair all, makes Realtor SERVICE -
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... Retail trade, ww. '

name It. _AI. Young'sSince 'It AcI.ooodn. ."Tr..r.movals- { ,AREA Shop & C mparellSand' !!
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Ac land 301 S., owner 5 Ac. $2,000 down .
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.. Don't B. AStatistic
1957 a Also pruning, ; demo.STATELY'OlDER Special Insurance. for|
I hold mtg. I ; -5 A. Well 6 Septic.$3.300 The' Gainesville' Sun Is looking for someone
Bldg..-Use ,one Rent 964-6918 dn Ing. FIREWooO' with a little extra time and a need for additional Limerock) :i Mobile Home Parks
.. ',, HOME to become early morning i 41,000 Chimney Fire LostAli,, types of homeowners -
income1 an
3 Mites nortn of .Oak' Pine monthly: Call I ( 'anytime.t I
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J1 Ac:, land'., nearJpphorrj front porches. beautiful motor route carrier in the Starke area I 'H't' 'v'ear$9mllllondamageto policies for
Free '
,. :good, :hunting: shady, lot fruit trees. 6 Licensed Deliverypecan' 6 Insured Responsibilities\",,Include'; ,dally delivery and' 68 1455. hom__,..Don't let this mobile homes.

b .. I; : .. ._ ----4 trees. and, .hop Quality Work monthly! collections. A "reliable Vehicle and_ happen to you. Estimate Call for Quote *
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:_ .:::_ $ 6,000.: CalI'64-1271
.ReMOTE,,QUIET,SETTING. Thomas D. N.ttl.fHem. ,refundable cash bond deposit are necessary.So :: 'GKAllKSILVEU.QUEEN : AMtlltPM Olin's Mobile
if you or someone you know has a little extra .
e V" .: w/17x34"fantlly' Owner. 496.3823 time each day ,6r a need!' for extra monthly? CORN .MeySetu.day'' H iome.Sslef' I
room. Screened Porch 6 _. ,comecall Una McElroy at 48l-4409or 964-8170.; FOR SALE:;' : blancenshl
I double, car garage. std; lOOW.... miles., Chimney Sw Elaine M. OHn, Agent
JAZZ MOBILE HOMTI
t fW'r50..14 -AC.Lbwt.y. lleoutlfuf REPAIRS 6 .... .. ."" ',- .- -: !M'H-1M.IC; ; ; oo.l"13)4..j; 1 964.5606

I 'Fenced. 3 REMODELING : .
po.ture. ,
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w.lI 6 $, culverts. 61750 Fully qualified, 6 .., PHONE t04-4-t477 PHONE, -. '. 111- '

Ac. I perlenced FREE 904.964-BG63 Class'f'ed.AdGetResult"' $ FOR: RENT. ..

.. LSTIMATES .Work.. -, ,,, ;
((904)) 782.3931 guaranteed. ; / J ROOM 6 lATH furnished apartment':''
".0. Drawer M (tcU)1S1-5-2I') JONES BULLDOZING with all Utilities furnlihed. $160 nth

301 S. Lawtey" Leke CIty plus $7S .security d.po.lt. No; j'Mm>
AND LAND CLEARING j,-' 964-I071"6/2lltchg ,. .' "?
.' 'I lOJI W. PUTT" *Tt :3 BR. C/M/A/'cekpey/ :
'-c' r:. ..d. 'OPENINGS '. ;flll'' appliances'family:: room
rwI':
Uk Take You'Back. ...( : k\' w/'lr plo .. storage space: InsMe and
Let :; ROUTE.BOX$: 5. : ''rfTARKi .. JUNE( 25 'out. corner lot ,w/fenced bfgK 'yard ti,
in.HCstarV'thteFriday ( Paul Nugent Jrq'Contracting : .,'.32091. M.L. JONES '$375 ,.''month:6/21 -
RENTt in brick'0/W. 4 BRMU
't/20..alI0 ROOM FOR
and'SQ4turday .. 1\
"- LOST 'VALLEYCAMPGROUND' located on,$1.16 Vf; .,)It'eMn-,r
The Magnolia Hotel, i located downtown Stark," : table: female, price; negotiable
Bradford County and has a. -- -- 964.190701\ 10 a.m. -' 2 p.m.
I. the oldest hotel In you may be interested In. r,WiringBuilding'Residential' '- '' .' Electric, wafer,'showers 6/21 Itchtf .' ,, ""

lot UnforttSStelT; over the years" the, hotel has 16(0 ft. oft SecesA Paik-llke setting stocked fist AllCamper's 4 BR NEAR RAIPORDr'1S1to per month ..
liema.'We' don't want ,,jspRemodeling sq. and( 'dump" station plus 1100. security d fto.N.T44-SU1 ..,
collected: many unwanted pond 30V: Starke e'fee;HayYt'le ; 6/21 'ft :
to say these items are antiques and we' wouldn't; Commercial, 1379 sq. H. en,3, tIC".\. .low 3b's. Starke eras: ;" ;; Welcome t p6W474 BR' IIchg) apartment, wIth ,t

Tor the world lay they are lunk,So. ...whydon't.ou ..._12.500 equity.....take. ev.f payment this S BR:4 'South of ,, Starke, *pn ,. utilities fURNIjUfw fP..'**--Wa olte,<6 P.f'ft"i I
sale Utis"
decide when you come to our yard ?Aoluite Nuts Services! luU both (xe vtrve' brick on S acre Only 3 yrs. old.Btarke .' ,. /am l off 6I21.1tc11g'II', t- '. -. I
C"100A.1.
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-riday and.saturda}! OI.m, .Bpm,, 6ridgyIsaturda : ''1aoArrlpJ.,4..iitr .72**Amp eree. "f! .T"'' WHY MHTT S199 mth wilt buy you a new
8:30: till.'. .WALTH WILLI'AMStRW 301. For Information talr. 24ft wide. or$ <49 mth a new 14 ft wid.'
Wit wi if: offer bed rram s.lurniture.new'and. $110 w' mobile home.. AMCWCAM HOMES "-of
'UtH'd' sheets and a lot more theta! to numerous to C i.L : TY 964:5760, ,. palatkct.,' Hwy.. 17 5.= ;art Pafatka;
wilt orden area'tl A Inc.Vr.aee8 R7wonobl ....., 328-300J or 338.5802.6/2125c1e 6/96,
e Ittlid the Haul 4tcr)5' om lheSSi.r":II!1!1 I qr IWWWWWew ". "" lk'l4 Atmo : COUHflrV.MOMtl :3 _. 9 RA. Centre/;

.., 94-4398' phetr f; ,Heat 'Air..$800 P- mriifvth pM. S.S*
"If It rain*, that( good for the farmer*.,and*cage l_ security: deposit. Credit 'cheek. ,.-
weekend. quired. 1-375-0530.612'' Jtcht 61.:
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Death Row :' > :N't : 1 taj(, personal' problem* overcome E'VOu rdrtwla
Inmate '
3' PeSue, received a' gunshot wound Sumner was charged' with driving'while neeJa deeyrlve
that struck II trip to Leu AbbtJt IVe decided I How can I MOIL
Executed June 20 him In tho left knee cap license suspended We
little' vacation. of
" and exited thru hill left thigh while he apologize for the error. rrvy family my qg1 pedc4d ?
A fourth Death Row inmate was put was walking hi a wooded area west of the Editor god humor tor
to death early Wednesday (June 20) the apartments. He was transportedto even on day?
morning after losing two appeals in Bradford Hospital by several 2 Juveniles ArrestedIn fAf1AP
federal courts. friends where he was admitted. 1
Carl Etson Shriner, 30, was con- Authorities have a suspect in the Perritt's BurglaryTwo Vp I
victed of the Oct. 22, 1976, slaying of case and the Investigation is continuing + r
arrests have been made in connection -'
convenience store clerk to R.
Judith Ann according Investigator Sgt.
with Pmitt's Bait and Tackle
Carter of Newberry. A.
Carter
was shot Bennett .
shop burglary that occured back in
by Shriner after .
being robbed while d
working the night shiS Traffic ViolationsIn early April. ,+
at
a NW 16th
According to the Clay County
Avenue Majik Market in
Gainesville Bradford Sheriff's
County Department investigatorMike
Carter's
body
was found in a .
Taylor more arrest are pen
storeroom by a customer. She had Authorities In Bradford County ding within the week.
been shot five times four in the body reported nine arrest for,traffic violations Both suspects were juveniles and
and once in the head. Carter was the during the past week. residents of the Keystone Heights
,mother of four children all under the
area.
age of 11.Shriner. William Frank Brunson of Jacksonville On the April 7 burglary, several
had been in and out of was arrested June 17 and charged fishing reels were taken along with CHRYSLER
reform schools and detention homes with driving while intoxicated andno
beer. Water was let out of the deep
in Ohio and Arizona where he grew valid driver,license, according to bait"wells causing all the bait to die S' ARKE"I
up. He was released in 1971 but was Trooper D. C. Roberts. which amounted to around a$160 loss.
soon convicted of armed robbery in Brunson was stopped one mile east ) is still continuing on
South Florida and began serving a of Lawtey. Bond for the DWI chargewas the burglary of Leonard's Outboard'' '

5-year sentence in May 1972. He was set at$500,Brunson was releasedon located on north SR-21 In which four 1320 N. Temple Ave. (U.S. 3 11.) ES4-SS31 .
paroled from a Florida prison only 23 his own recognizance.A$59.25 fine new outboard motors and a 25hp .
days before his arrest. was paid for the charge of NVDL. Evinrude motor left for repair by a
Governor Bob Graham had signed customer were taken. Total value of 1984 Fifth Avenue
two warrants on Shriner,the first was Robert J. RutegUano of Jacksonville the theft was estimated at $4,700. Chrysler
blocked by the 11th U.S.Circuit Courtof was arrested June 17 and charged Other breakins in the Keystone
Appeal in Atlanta on April 21, 1982. with driving while Intoxicated ac- Heights area 'under investigation In-
Three other Death Row inmates cording to Trooper B. A. Williams. clude the Division of Forestry fire For
have been executed In 1984, Anthony Rutegllano was stopped on CR-225 tower on SR.-21 in which a 2-way radio
Antone, Arthur Frederick Goode III east of Lawtey,his blood alcohol con- was taken; and the breaking in and As Little As $ 4.67120
and James Adam. tent was .18 percent. opening vending machines at the
There are 220 inmates on Death Bond for the charge was set at$500 Keystone Beach. :
Row, according to David Skipper, In he was released on his own
formation Officer with DOC. recognizance. Starke Man ArrestedFor :1'

Lawrence Eugene Thompson of Aggravated AssaultA 1.10OOOloss'thanLincoln '
arrested June 17 and .
Macclenny was
UCI Inmates ConvictedOf charged with driving while license 39-year-old Starke man was ar- Continental
CellmateTwo to rested June 17 and charged with aggravated -
Murdering suspended, according Corporal or a Cadillac Seville
David Goodner. assault after pointing a
Union Correctional Institution Bond for the charge was set at$200. sawed-off shotgun at a woman. and f.a f.vi dollars more
inmates were found guilty last weekin Thompson was released after a sure- Ike Dell was arrested by Starke '1liaoa
separate trials of first-degree ty bond was posted. Patrolman Paul' Rhoden and Willie a Chevrolet: .
murder, in the death of another in ,Searcy at 508: p.m. on Thompson'
mate. Riley L. Griffis of Starke was arrested Street following an incident,where he' ,PLUS
Mickey Dean Brown, 35, and Dar- June 18 and charged with driving alledgedly held a female( at gunpointon
rell C. 'Spike" Courtney, 36, were while license suspended according Call Street earlier that afternoon
found.guilty of murdering Richard to Patrolman Dwight Groves. Bond for the charge was set at
Allen Risden last September 15. Griffis was released after a $200 1000. Dell was released ,on own
Brown claimed ,self-defense in the surety bond was posted. recognizance.

murder maintenance which occurred at the close-in a 5 Year 50,000 mile warranty
shop Michael Charles Gratheer of Clearwater Broken Car Window factory
security prison near Raiford. Brown was arrested June 15 and ,
said his life had been threatened by charged with driving while license Gets Woman Arrested;
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Risden because he owed Risden $120 to :
suspended, according Trooper
& Rust thru Protection
Denise Cohen of SUrke
for marijuana he had bought on Roberts. Kimberly ,
'arrested June 15 and charged .
credit. was .
Gratheer was released after a $200
Risden was stabbed 19 times with a surety bond was posted. with criminal mischief, according to
homemade knife, which was about 12 Patrolman David Crum. .
inches long. Assistant State Attorney Lee Roy Burton of Ft.White was arrested Conns got out of the victim's rand
Harris Tobin said the knife had been June 16 and charged with drive threw an object against the win-
found with blood It In a trash con- dow on the passenger side. The win-
on ing while license revoked, accordingto *
tainer near the maintenance shop. Patrolman Greg Nichols. dow broke, said Crum. Conns then ingJn Stock On
walked and had to be restrainedand
away
Risden
was
According to testimony Burton was released after a $200
also hit in the head with a heavy surety bond was posted. was placed under arrest by the officer I s Saw.on
who witnessed the entire
blunt object. A three-pound hammer
used in the maintenance area was introduced John David McKinney,48 of Starke episode. '' S
into evidence as the object was arrested June 15 and charged Bond for the charge was set at 150. SALE *
Risden in the Conns was released on her: own
that was used to hit with driving while Intoxicated accor-
head. ding to Trooper Roberts. recognizance S h '
Testimony indicated Courtney was i McKlnney's blood alcohol content
a friend of Brown's at UCI and I was >.17 .per enL ,He.,.was released .;

witnesses stabbing of said Risden.he participated' In posted.S'S'I '\ \ ,..."Microwave.Cooking.-.ooo. ; Vf, ,.,"-, ,Cars -, ..rr'.cksla.DSIHI', I -
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Courtney was serving' a 22-y Class Offered
sentence from Volusia County foi County was arrested June 13 and ,
grand theft, robbery and escape,.. charged with driving while intoxicated defrosting Do you and use reheating your microwave? fob. Come to the Dealership
Brown' has a 50-year sentence farmed a according to Trooper Kenneth
Well,now is your chance to learn to
robbery from Duval County. Ethridge. cook with microwave.The Bradford
Risden came to prison In 1980 from I Bond for the charge was set at$300. County Cooperative Extension Service Where People Enjoy Doing Business
. West Palm. Beach on a 33-yeai Griffis was released on her own will be offering a three lesson
sentence for cocaine trafficking. recognizance. course on microwave cooking.

Classes will be offered July 9th, 16th American Made
Kindal E. Mobley 25 of Lawteywas
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and 23rd at 7:30
Man driving p.m.A
Starke while
for
arrested June 12
$5 fee must be paid in advance to
Shot In ,Leg license suspended according to cover the cost of food.Enrollment will Starke Chrysler-Plymouth-Dodge
.R.C. Williams.
Trooper '
be limited to 25 people.
11:30 -
On June 14 at approximately Mobley' was released are
p.m. the Starke Police Department surety bond was posted. Douglas you Bradford County Home 1320 N. Temple Ave. (U.S. 301 'N.) 9646081Norman's
to complaint a gunshot
responded a Economist, at 964-6280 ext. 284 or 214.
wound victim at Bradford Hospital.The
victim was Identified as Steven Correction .
DeSue. a black male, age 21, who The' Telegraph Incorrectly' identified -
the traffic charge against
resides at 905 E.Thomas St. apt.38,
according to Patrolman Paul Rhoden. Clarence Alex Sumner,Jr. last week.

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By Mark Friedlin ed for'July 1, with Klynn's office the colonial look along with the latest! Since 1983 he and wife Debbie have
and Carolyn Eaves space nearing completion. building materials. been in Starke preparing for the new .
BCT Staff Writers The Colonial style is followed Flynn said he is very pleased with office. Debbie teaches chemistry at MON.-FRl.1 AM-5 PM .
One of the most attractive new ad- throughout the interior of the building the progress of the work and hopes his' Bradford High School.
ditions on Georgia Street In Starke is with crown moulding, wallpaperedwalls project will,be the first of many new) -- __..u
a recently constructed colonial style and wood parquet and carpeted buildings to be built in the area in the
building which will house the law office floors. future
s, of Reggie Flynn. The 28,000 Stevenson Construction Company [ Terwillegar tors .
square foot building has' two' additional -' of Starke is the contractor for the project New telephone numbers'for Flynn. ,
offices which.are available for which began in February, War have been established and are in the
lease. ren Stevenson Is also In the process of book but will not be effective until he Keystone Location
building a home at the Starke Country moves into his office.
The building's unique design have Club for Lucy and Ed Watts..Several ''!'!'m listed in the directory but ,!
drawn attention to "its attractive remodeling projects are underwayand there is no'' connection net': Flynn ,
layout giving Flynn plenty of chancesto they recently completed another said. "1 hope people won t be confused. .
explain the ideas behind his cream similar home near Melrose, said ."
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building,"said Flynn. Needless to say ,Ala. For 2Mi years Flynn was
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from page 7. not come out,you would think that the Assistant State Attorney involved in
investigations.: That officer has now. State Attorney would have called and this matter tried a similar thing about
been discharged from his' employment told us. If the State Attorney wants us five years ago. The Court found him
by the police department. to purchase a new camera,.if needed wrong then and he is wrong now.The
To improve in this area we have we will.; Certainly, aC -camera is Police Department is responding to'
also instituted 'other corrective ac something which does not need to be the Grand Jury report in a positive'
tions. The Starke Police Departmenthas the subject of a Grand Jury investigation. manner, but it is difficult when I J *
now revised and updated our It seems that the only way the honestly believe that this entire matter *
report forms. All,paperwork submit State Attorney's 'office can communicate is politics and an old vendetta. l
ted to the State Attorney's office is' with us is through grand Jimmy' Bowen Chief, Starke Police'. ; I 1
now reviewed by the department's investigator 'juries,,'and. indictments. The same Department. ,,. .- .
as well as by' the depart-
ment s captain. Police officers are .'
now required to make a written:, a.BEATING, CONTINUESCompareand"'Save
report on every investigation or action AIR CONDITIONING
;no matter how minor. We are NEW INSTALLATIONS ,
also now requiring the State
Attorney's office to sign for all SERVICE ON ALL MAKES '

''reports delivered to them That way;, 'HEAT, PUMPS '6, Oji This
we can no longer be blamed if reportsare I .... '. ENERGY SAVING UNITS //0 '. I [ .
lost' '3' "
The alleged problems In the Starke' > MASTER LICENSED '" F :150 Ford :

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Police Department have not-resulted INSURED & BONDED Sate
in any crimes going unsolved or'in-' L REASONABLE RATES ;:,'. Custom
any criminals going free. The crimes SINCE' m ,: '; ,
which were the subject of the Grand
Jury' investigation have ,resUlted. in WAYNE KINNEY I Stylesidfa $8..995

convictions or the cases are ongoing.The i .
final criticism is the alleged ntcrmcw ,_ 'i'"A1RcrMi17 I
'lack of cooperation between the I nuMeiria! :
Starke Police Department and other ,
state agencies. We have a good relationship < .' 9S4-8786 <
',with, F.D.L.E.the'.medieal I '
examiner's office and the Bradford FORMERLYWEU.S
County Sheriff's Department. Con
trary to the Grand Jury report.wehave ; '. ELECTRIC SERVICE ,766 N THOMPSON STARKE I 11fA tl
used their assistance .in the past -, .. ....
and will continue to' do, sc$ in .the, r.
future.
There is a lack of cooperation between '
the State Attorney's office and 'II. 'II&IIIIIIII.IAIICI,:
my office. I'm more than,willing to '. Deluxe Tu-Tone
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Attorney's, office regarding"any 'of .' Life ; ,: $10.995: .. : ,
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Heavy-Duty Battery
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