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Bradford County telegraph
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The first issue of this ongoing weekly appeared on July 26, 1879 under the title Florida Telegraph. It was published by William Wyatt Moore, a native Floridian and a staunch Democrat. Moore had previously worked for a paper in Tallahassee and had also published newspapers in Jacksonville, Lake City, Cedar Key, and Pensacola. After appearing for a short time as the Weekly Florida Telegraph and reverting back to the Florida Telegraph, the paper’s name was changed to the Starke Telegraph. In 1887, Moore sold a half-interest in the newspaper to I.C. Webb, who became sole owner within a few months and changed its name to the Bradford County Telegraph. In 1893, Eugene S. Matthews, who had previously worked for newspapers in Gainesville and Ocala, purchased the Bradford County Telegraph with Ben J. Farmer, who sold his interest to Matthews five years later. Matthews published the Bradford County Telegraph for the next forty years. He was also elected to the state legislature in 1904, 1907, 1911 and 1923. His son, Eugene L. Matthews, a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, took over the publication in 1933, matching his father’s record of forty years as publisher. The Bradford County Telegraph continues to the present.
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
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Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.

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Year STARKE, FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
r'f 38th Issue Thursday June l8. 1981 USPS 062-700


Special Fire Tax District


In Unincorporated Areas


;: Rejected by CommissionCounty

County volunteer firemen will meetat
7:30: p. m. Monday in Hampton City
Hall to lick their wounds and plot a After 3-2 Vote
new course of action following a 3.2
-r loss in their effort to create a special
fire tax district as favored by votersin Find Fire Extinguisher Carter JokesEvery
a straw ballot last November.The .
Packin' Mammas... County Commission's negativevote confrontation brings out a bit of humor. In spite of the lough talk

Putting up bell peppers grown in Bradford County and Howard. Sue Blackburn and Jenny Cartwright. The pep- on an ordinance to create a and hard feelings sometimes generated
II'Pepper sold on the Starke Farmer's Market are (II-r) Elaine pers are graded and waxed on the grading machine Municipal Service Taxing Unit with After the special fire tax district ordinance lost :3-2 Monday' nij>ht. Kric:
David Wainwright buys and resells the vegetables. ,.'" powers to levy up to one mill in the Goss of La u ley said: "We need fire protection. What do H* do now?"
unincorporated areas of Bradford Commissioner :Maxie Carter Jr., on the losing end of the :3-2 poll commented
County left the volunteers without a wryly "I recommend you get the biggest fire extinguisher
ll leg to stand on or even a new fire can find."
[1 Starke Market : truck to ride in. :More chuckles were generated when Ottis :\1cKlnllf": who lives in
Vegetables on Again ''r After two hours of pro and con Starke. had it round-and-round with, the ('ommlsloll about his mother
discussion capped by County Attorney who, lives In Graham hating to pay taxes for fire protection when a fire
Dudley Hardy's opinion that truck couldn't even get to her house because of poor road conditions.
; by Julia HowardBCT "It is a little early to tell," County For now, Wainwright selling the MSTU funds could be spent only in the "Why the road's so narrow that a fire truck coming in. couldn't pass .1 i
Staff Writer Agent Bobby Taylor said.' "The price peppers on consignment. unincorporated areas and not in the car trying to get out." :McKinney: declared pounding his fist on the
The Starke Farmer's Market has has been depressed and we're having Recent rains are helping in some municipalities of Hampton. Lawtey, lectern.
reopened after of disuse trouble selling, but the price might areas, though some crops are too far ;. and Brooker, Commissioner Homer .No response from the Commissioners.
because enough many people years are growing improve." gone, Taylor said. "Generally, the Hart moved to reject the ordinance.The In his t"nthusiasm1cKlnne: >' got off the subject and unit' on to Iterate
in Bradord rains are finally spread out. The late : motion was seconded by E.W. the Florida Legislature for not knowing whether it was coming/: or going
produce again said there are lots of corn is responding to the rain, and the drew "We ,
David Wainwright is running the Wainwright Hodges and support from even have o e legislator who doesn't krow whether he's nItepublicajfeor
market and about 10 other local peppers this year "probably because pastures are beginning to grow a little Chairman E.L. (Nook) Norman for a a Democrat." ;.VcKinney stormed.
farmers are trading there. prices were high last year. People negative total of three votes. Commissioners The laurr remark was ob\iousy In reference to Hep.t-'...lIk \\illi.i ms'sIreatened
planted more." "But we are right in the middle of Lawrence Mosley and Maxie intent to join the GOP unless Democrats abandon their hlxi.ilway I
; "They bring it up here and I buy it But peppers are touchy, he said. the season and until" it is over we can-' Carter Jr., who have served with the '*, straighten up and fly right-far( right that I is.,
i and sell it," Wainwright said. They need water but not too much. not tell very much, Taylor said volunteer firemen in County Fire

County Agent Bobby ,Taylor said Council planning sessions, voted for
that before there was not a broker the ordinance. present 10-mill cap set by the state on research the matter to determine II'I i
d who wanted to move into the market. Obviously upset by the defeat, after county millage.At could be done by the Commissioi
Local produce was taken to Alachua six months of planning and its present levy of 8.7 mills, the through home rule powers
a County, and the Starke Farmer's negotiating Bill Crouse head of the county has only I 1.3 mills to go before One fly in the county wise: dish rll'
Market was used only during the ',.County Fire Protection Council said, reaching the cap. county auditor Pat ointment is the dirty word "doublt
h ... pecan season:. 7'We're'back: ; ,to' square one." He Farnswortfe told the firemen. He call taxation" which, rears its ugly heal
..- ...Wainwright b ghr'4n"automatic! > Xvould not speculate on what the ed this 1.3 mills "a myth" since next when residents of a municipality in
grading machine which can grade u firemen's next move might be, saying year it might be necessary to boost asked to pay taxes to the county am
4 the good 'and'the bad produce and t only that the men were discouragedand the millage to raise the same amountof to the city for the same services Fur
separate it by sizes at the rate of 225: tt disappointed. "Anything can be taxes because fewer people will be instance Starke residents art
bushels per hour.They have to have worked out if you're willing" Crouse paying taxes due to an increase in already paying a city levy for fire pro
one of these graders to wax the said expressing dissatisfaction with homestead exemption to $20.000 on tection and it would be illegal to*
cucumbers he said. Light bulbs in a the Commission's action. the 1981 tax roll. In 1982 the exemption them to pay another special disiru
'section rf the grader heat up the wax Commissioner Mosley chief sup- will reach $25,000 meaning that tax for the same sen'ice.
I .which is brushed onto the cucumbers. __ r porter of the special fire district tax fewer and fewer people will be paying The Florida Constitution say."Property "*
The waxer is turned on separately said, in an after-meeting statement to taxes and those remaining to pay will situate within/
from the rest of the grader so other 7 the Telegraph, that he was confusedby possibly be paying more.It municipalities shall not be subject t,
produce such as peppers, eggplant, the legalistic language used by is not known now how much taxation for services rendered by' ,tlvcounty
and acorn squash can be graded and Hardy In his argument, and questioned would have to be levied on a coun- exclusively the benefit '
separated also, without being waxed. ,r why the objections were not made tywide district basis to equal the the property or residents in unincoi
Wainwright said he bought the sooner "The straw ballot was just a $123.000 the firemen were expectingto porated areas."
grader in May. In previous years the ,acs A waste of money If the special tax get annually from the one mill Hardy said this problem could (h
cucumbers had to be taken to Alachua district plan was Illegal to begin Municipal Service Tax Unit levy that surmounted by remitting to the ('II'
t County where they were waxed and with," Mosley said. "Why has it takenus has been turned down. The actual of Starke the amount collected by' I tht.
almost a year to find this out?" levy can only be determined afterProperty special district levy from proper'\.
sold.At this time there Is enough of iw.i.HIts Hardy said Monday night that he Appraiser Jimmy Alvarez ownersithin the city' limits,
everything coming into the market, had'told the firemen all along that the completes his new tax roll in mid. Eric Goss of Lawtey. a coir
but there are too many bell peppers money could not be spent as they had July. Then a budget for the volunteerfire parattve newcomer to the'countr; win<
Wainwright said. planned.As protection would have to be works in Jacksonville but lives us
a BiggieKssle ...... an alternative method of financing presented. and hearings set on tht' Bradford to get away Irom the rigor-'
"I 1 had to cut picking today," he Hardy said a special district necessary millage. of city line s Crohby (Mrs ().E.) Is holding a lit' pound big Italian lomatoe, a native
said Friday. But just because there Is could be created embracing the entire Hardy said a referendum might the rural "lire protection problem has
of Pt'nn'lllanlalrN.: a retired school teacher of Starke : '.
Crosby Klementary.grew
of there will tax have to be held to set the countywide -
a surplus now, county authorizing a special levy up
peppers the tomatoe in her garden in her backyard at 217 Westmoreland St. in
i not necessarily be an overabundance which would not count against the district although he needed t tnI
southwest Klarke.
': for the entire season.

I City Commission: Rejects Zoning Change ; Stalls Apartment Complex I

Rejecting the recommendation of said he hoped another place can be can choose up sides and go at it" recommendation which I is hayed! on
the planning and zoning board, Starke found for the project. through the court system.In Special Provisions for Lots 1 1)i 1\ idod
commissioners have again stalled the Mayor Charles Schaefer set a rejecting the zoning change from by District Boundaries on page U: l III'>t
$1 million Bessent Road apartment special council meeting for June 30 at R-1A to BP. the city commissioners the zoning regulations."If .
overrode the recommendation of the than :50 of 1' the lot
complex proposed by Stokes & Co of 7:30 pm. to consider the alternatesite more percent
Jacksonville.The plan. The city planning and zon- North Central Florida Regional Plan- area of the lot is located in one ol twit
council unanimously passed ing board will consider: the alternate ning Council NCFKPO( ) and city attorney or more districts. the use regulations!;
Commissioner Jimmy Crosby s motion June George Pierce. as well as the applicable to the district cnnt.immn
rr plan Tuesday, 23. at its regular
to reject the May 12 recomendation .i % .: 7:30: p.m meeting. plan and zoning board. the majority lot areas shall apply tithe
of the Planning and Zoning Boardto r The plan council had said the site entire lot" states the section 01>l
reclassify some four acres of the Stokes said his attorney has said the plan is compatible with the city's land the zoning code on which the rc'nm-
10.73 acre parcel of the Powell Estate firm can win a court suit to place the use plan and that all of the tract mendation was based
apartment complex on the Bessent should be zoned BP because more The apartment complex was protested )
-- -- ------ ----- ------ -- Road property just off SR-230 East than half of it already was BP. Pierce again Tuesday night I by a group
that i already zoned BP. Stokes ask- based his ruling on the plan council's ,
Apartments. .. r \
Wayne Whiffen Presents Petition.. ed for but failed to get a concensus I see -

Opposing the proponed Kessent !toad apartment complex In the city commission. about how the council feels about the
(Commissioner I-r, with a dilemma are Hobby Alilner. Jimmy (Crosbv., new plan which would have more den- ,
and \..'...rnn.. ....... .!>:.iI"R"._ sity than the 6-units-per-acre plannedif -, :, -
the zoning change could have been

property, on which Stokes Co. has already zoned BP. 6-plus acres for secured.
an option from R1A. single family the project. There is plenty of room to Stokes made it clear to the council
J residential to' BP. business. put the complex on property already he plans to take the matter to court r-:;
professional. Rejection of the zoning zoned BI' Stokes said. Area home that his firm is committed to the ;
change made moot a site plan for the owner Wayne Whiffen said Bessent apartment project. If the council does _
proposed 36.unit complex that encom- Road residents wouldn't like such not approve the alternate site plan for .
,passed the R-IA area. density of housing in the area., but the SI I million project.Stokes said "we N
Chester Stokes president of Stokes
,.SAT.UR.QAV.jy.NEJO.: ) &Co.. said his firm will submit an Rain Too Little, Too Late for Most Crops
JUNIOR CLASS CAR WASH alternate site.'plan using just the
McDonald's tplus.acres of the optioned tract, Though some crops are responding to recent rain for man it was too little
10 a.mJ p.m. .. ,c,. ,and too late.

'-- p, '; .. -- ...fUI -, There is some hay being cut now. but most people have lost the first cutting A r
.$ pAY,1UNE.71' .1 ,y'pY INSIDE. field generally yields two to three cuttings per year, but the first cutting is the
FATHER'S DAY ....... most critical. County Agent Bobby Taylor said.

--"-- --..-.- Two Sections "It.doesn't' get t wet in the. field after it has been cut. so it is not damaged by therain
,t' STARKEBOARDOF"" News. . .> :". ;,Pag.$ IA-3A The second and third cuttings of hay are usually, made when afternoon
ADJUSTMENTS ., Editorial .;Jt.:"?.r",,. Page 4A showers are more frequent, and the hay gets wet in the field before it has dried
Meeting 7:00 p.'nt; ? ',' r Society, ".'..., .-., Paces SA-7A and been harvested a
.................. .atf Corr spon l n
STARKE PLANNING AND Real t.stat.R L e gau, ". UA ding. including late corn and grazing pastures. "I Can't Believe This: ...
ZONING BOARD Pag tlA,13AJ.I4ASECTION The Santa Ke fire tower registered 1.5 inches of rain on June 11 and .3 incheson '
'Meeting7t30p.on.'t': Bf''Correspondeeeei. June 12. Louis Hill fire tower at Highland registered 1.2 inches on June 12. Developers! (iarv SllverfieM. left and Chester Stoker" seem lo he hay ing us the
.................... ",r > i .PaqeBBiClssilied New River fire tower on SR.100 west of Starke showed only .1 inches on June II. city council goes about rejecting the raining classification fur Stokes'& ('0.''' SI I
.. DUCKS UNLIMITED'ChamberoComhiette'Btdq- .. *; )1. Page lOB41lB High temperatures this week registered in the high 90s and low lOOs. Including million proposed! apartment complex: on BessenJ Koad. Stokes" &" ('u. I Is unmv to
;> 'I' ,'. Page 128 thermometer-bursting days of 103 and 101. prepare<< an alternate plan for he apartments on the<< portion of the tract ulrrurtv
71:10 t: p,m. '8rlels.'I';> : ; four. day night. June 23.




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Board; To Try--'O it ?ids Labor :

t .

On BMS Construction Job '

Hire outside construction workers kitchen must have quarry tile floor Heater Rewired .
and begin building the PMR building but that also has additional advan- At Vo-Tech' Center
at the middle school Operations tages, Casey pointed out. The board was told by Architect
Director Lennard Register was told Board members were heartenedthat Craig Salley that subcontractors have
at the May 18 school board meeting. Supt. Casey has become involvedin corrected faulty factory wiring in one
Register was given authority to proceed the long-sought BMS cafeteria pro- gas heater in a new building at the vo-
,without using school labor, with ject. Board members feel now construction tech center.
hiring construction workers to build will)) proceed. The heater was emitting gas into a
I Ipo 1I j the double-sized portable classroomfor Casey came up with the idea of school room from the pilot light
the PMR (permanently mentally building on to the present BMS eating because being wired incorrectly.The .
I retarded) to be placed directly behind area in May. much to the delight of pilot light of the heater would
-1! the present gym at the middle school. board member Patricia Spengler who not come on and gas was coming into
'1 Register had proposals from two has pushed for several years for a the room creating a dangerous fire
expert carpenters, L.A. Blake from middle school cafeteria. hazard
the Lawtey area and Dan Richardsonfrom

Keystone Heights. Supt. Casey Next BUS Gym AcceptedAs
and the board told Register to hire the Hampton Project
--. man he thinks best and to get work Supt. Casey Hopes Finally Complete
O.D. Thomas for
started, and Register the school board
subsequently Supt. Casey hopes and
looked at the BHS gym deliveredall
hired Richardson.Use will go ahead with permanent con-
and repainted a blisteringwall
.. no school labor on the building, struction for the $220,000( Hampton
Salley said, recommending the
.. was the only restriction placed by the Elementary addition because state
board the .
as complete.The
school board on the staff, which money coming in each year at its present accept board agreed gym which will
means Register and Supt. Tom rate will give one school per year
Casey, who will have supervise the its classroom release $1,400 reserve money the
necessary space.
board been to the
has holding contrac
construction from the foundation to With the$245,000 to be available
. the roof, can proceed otherwise. The ]ly 1 Casey wants to build a cafetorium tor.
Stuart Duncan got a laugh not to mention a sore back, when he was deposited on the hard clay board has $39,000 available in a with a kitchen and three small Operations Director Register notic-

special category to build the PMR classrooms at HE. The present dining ed a wall that is three different
"' ; '" -"" building, but bids came in$14,000 over area would be renovated for a new shades. Salley said he didn't think

'I(t: dI.: that and the board formally rejected library, and the small classroom that sufficient to hold up final pay-
them Monday night. Board members where the dining area now is would ment, and the board agreed. Salley
Softball'sA '0 want to see how they come out using become a special education said the work is under warranty, and
I'\ 'Hard' rr vocational students and instructorswho renovation will give two addi- if the board requires it.

have saved money building por- tional classrooms where the present
BallgameAt table classrooms but have been slow library is. Principal Connie Clark A-Building DemolitionWon
due to the teaching process they must plans to put Title 1, now in a book
go through. storage room and special education by
least when the players are making Register is going to scale down the class,now in a storage room in where $9,883 bid by Jim Burkhalter of
frequent trips to the hard infield architect's recommendations the current library is. Jacksonville, less than half the next
clay it is. And that was the case Saturday wherever possible to cut costs but still The fifth grade, now in what is sup- highest bid was accepted by the
night at Westside Field as two yYO V meet specifications required by the posed to be the library, would go into school board.
teams -- Hayes Builders & Electric of State Department of Education. the present kitchen area.
the Starke men's Softball league and a tJ fr The board wants the PMR building The new building sitting outside the The school staff will talk to
squad of players representing the City ready for school this fall. Register present building will be a cafetorium Burkhalter about coordinating the
-- tried to play Softball on says it might be ready for occupancy with a kitchen, plus three really small demolition for when school is out.
donkeyback. but he doubts that such things as the classrooms to be used for itinerant Some reusable material is also being
The players spent most of the time bell system and intercom can be installed personnel coming out, such as the removed from the building, and the
either bouncing off the clay or trying by then because of the long speech, hearing, and testing pro- school staff will need time after the
to retrieve their donkeys so the game time it takes for such equipment to arrive grams. students leave to finish getting the
turned out to be a low-scoring affair, ,-p.. after it is ordered. material out.
ending in a 2.2 deadlock when '
an ex- .........
tra failed .s
inning to resolve the stan- Casey Suggests Way ST. EDWARD'S
doff, Green ReunionDescendants : CATHOLIC CHURCH
BMS Cafeteria
The big winners" were some 450 tRec.
fans who got plenty of laughs and Supt.Tom Casey has suggested and of : 441 1

Starke's 13.15 girls Softball program, Director Cheryl Godwin, had the longest ride of the night weaving her the board agreed to use school labor I_ Robert ,& Lucretia Green i SUMMER Jun.BIBLE 22.July SCHOOL 3
which is to receive the proceeds from donkey around the diamond for a triple, but when her mule I ignored her tugging to build a cafeteria kitchen adjacent :I = Monday thru Friday
to the Sunday June 28
present eating 4
the event. and continued home there was pitcher Jim Lewis waiting with the ball. Work area. 1 10:00: a.m.1:00 p.m.
started on building necessary :
New River
Grades 1 .6
perimeter walls as soon a school was I
out Casey said. Most kitchen equip- ;I Baptist Church : Taught by Sftt.rr of St. Joseph
Liturgy/ Instruction Bib//.
_. Sharing
'" ment, now in the vo-tech center ,
-- ; Covered
{ DishLiujch
,. -. belongs to the middle school. I : Prayer Community
0' Principal Dewey would have to Served : Registration:
i' relocate / June 14. 11 a.m. Parish Hall
special education classes j( Jun.22, 9:3fea.m.
1 Parish Hall
now being held in the space, adjacentto p.In. : .For. furth-,',innformafion call
the gym\where the kitchen will go. .......................; I. ''''..6I55or9U6771'c __
Atits June 15 meeting the school .,',- ; l>' ;\1., ,." .: ;'';''...'. 1 -.

boardreadily agreed with suggestion to add 16 feet onto the
north side of the gym, extending the
building toward the vo-tech center, BINGOEvery
for a storage area. Casey said that

... will give BMS Principal Dewey Saturday 7:30 P.M.
McKinney one more teaching space.
Reason for the extension was that the 411 N. Temple Ave., Starke, Fla.


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'What am I doing wrong?' wonders fhuPJohnson after
Off the front end getting
Roes luddRevels.. tile eject button.


Bowen Moves to Replace Destroyed Police" ."T CarA


request by Starke Police Chief (Scotty) Rhoden was enroute to Brad- Bowen told theTcIegrapij hers' cur-.
JimmyBowen to advertise for a new ford County Hospital in Starke burd
to rently using four patrol cars which in-t' d N r
police car was approved at the bimonthly -
investigate a reported gunshot vic eludes an old patrol car that has been ( wt
meeting of the Starke City ,
tim.The designated for city Commissioners to t s ob.t
Commission, Tuesday. June 16. traffic light at Waters and East use on city business. r/ : .t I beFATHER'S
Bowen requested a new car to be Call Street turned Green, Rhoden Cars'that are still left ''include.:
added to the police department fleetto went through the light and collided K-cars which were) leased' last year
replace a Plymouth K-car which with another vehicle, according to the from a Gainesville'firm' pnd'nowcosting
was completely destroyed in a wreck Florida Highway Patrol. The FSP $403 each per month.
last month.
said Capt. Rhoden was at fault.
Bowen estimated a new Ford LTD Rhoden was treated in the New Police '
would cost between $8,000 and $8,500 emergency room at the local hospital Officer Hired
but the car must be put up for bids. for minor injuries and was released Bowen announced to the board the
The board approved a plan to pay after treatment. -:
hiring of Nathaniel Smith
as a policeofficer. t
off the K-car lease costing 661888. After a brief discussion the board He recently resigned from the* DAY z
The chief explained that
Plymouthis voted unanimously to allow the police Ocala Police Department and Is 6'6"and
no longer making K-cars with department to advertise for bids for a weighs well over 300 pounds. He L
police packages this late the model
in brand new car. Details of the bid are started work last week, according to -
year still to be worked out as the Telegraphwent Bowen who got a laugh from the city --w
The K-car totaled
was in a wreck
to Press
according to Deputy council when admitting Smith is too
several weeks ago when Capt. W.S. Clerk Elise Pass. large to fit into the small K-cars. i ?1 1tit


. Happenings............ t ;
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Gospel SingIn directed that the inspection law remain e
effective until the last day of Emmanuel Baptist sad:;
Lawtey September and our troopers have no Sets Fish Fry, c \
1'1'> "P will be a gospel sing in the other recourse but to enforce the law
tau Gospel Music Park in Lawteyon as it stands." Gospel Sing, June 20 You'll enjoy big savings when you take home the $219

SaturdayJune 20 at 7:30:: p mFeatured.will "Some of the drivers now being Emmanuel Baptist Church. Road comfort of this plush Reclina-Rocker recliner.ilJt .
be The Faith Family stopped for displaying an expired inspection 235 West, of Starke. Hwy 100 West,
and The. New Jerusalem Singers all sticker have failed the inspection will have a Fish Fry &: Gospel Sing,
of City. for such things as brakes and Saturday, June 20, beginning at 5:30 f. :. .
I he public is invited to attend. lights and state that they heard the with supper and the Gospel Sing at
.. law was being changed so they con- 7:30. The Smith Family of Williston
.. tinued to put off repairing their vehi- Fla. will be guest performers.Also .
Dinner/Gospel Sing cle." beginning on Sunday, June 21,
Set At Pine ValleyPine "If their 30-day( grace period to thru Friday night June 26, nightly at
make repairs is up they receive an 7:30: will be having a Revival with
Valley Congregational arrest ticket and must pay the $15 Rev. Sam Medeiros from Pasadena, t ., ,. eF1
Holiness Church will be hosting a Din fine. We are in hopes that the Calif. as the evangelist. The pastor,
ner and Gospel Sing Saturday, June motorists will desire to keep their Bro. Dave Medeiros and church fami-
20. vehicle in safe driving condition and ly welcome all.
Dinner will be served from 1:00: do their own Inspections;'.concluded
1-( m. to 6-00: p.m. Take outs available Beach. .
at $2 m.) ) children under 12. $1.00.
Th< 'lOg will, begin at 7:30p: ,m. with Complement your home with Relax in thepJush comfort This handsome
'ht happy Day Gospel Singers and CHRIST the elegance of a beautiful of this La.Z.Rucker" swivel 1 design Reclina-HlJcker"English; Club

,.al ginger Everyone is cordially: Recl" chair rocker and save is now only chair
vited attend .

4. ". LUTHERAN CHURCHPastor We're coming through with'
Troopers comfort: that fits
Enforce Insp. Glen Schmlege 473-2419 your style at:

Law Till 930.81'Troopers

will continue to enforcethe Church Service 10:30 am DENMARK FURNITURE '

motor vehicle inspection law until : -
September 30, 1981, said the,Florida
Highway Patrol. Keystone Lion's Club 434W. Call/ St. ,Stark...FIa
Colonel Eldrige) Beach, Patrol
director said "The legislature-triad Sunday school and Bible School Resumed 9 am ,iI I i 964-5826 Established m 1923 964-5827

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Fire Tax Rejected... Hampton Officials Still Up in Air

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to be solved." But he questioned if the from the Orlando firm. r 1t !

special tax district was the fairest Wayne Henderson, attending Mon- Over Payment of Marshal's BillControversy
way to raise the necessary funds, and day night's meeting as a represen- f
suggested possible consolidation of tative of FMC, said his company i iI
fire stations. "Why do we need eight would train the volunteers in the proper I IIIY IJ
departments" In a 291 square mile'area maintenance and use of the new I, still reigns in Hamptonover fact that the City of Hampton does Phillips said."Burdick .
? he asked.! equipment, if purchased.In J whether Marshal Fred Phillips, have insurance on the police car and came to my house,saying
The same question was posed by answering some of the criticism ; i Sr. was on duty when struck by a the attorney ought to mind his own he was on duty and Phillips was not on
V.R. Ferguson, an opponent of the leveled against the volunteer depart- "' backing truck in the parking lot of the business unless council requests his duty" Councilwoman Wilma
proposed fire tax: district, who suggested ments for arriving too late with too lit ., ."'.?: Handy Way Store. The debate by the opinion. McDaniel said. "I suggest City of
putting one extra truck m tie for efficient fire fighting, Crouse ?' members of the Hampton City Coun- The reply letter became stalled Hampton sue the person whose fault
Starke and have a man on it at all told The Telegraph that part of the I'I't. cil was unsettled as the Telegraphwent when two members of council, Jane the accident was.'
times to answer calls in the outlyingareas. trouble was due to poor accelerationin to press. Hall and Chuck Rowland, asked new "Our mayor needs to tighten up and
He said this would provide starting up the old trucks, the .. I Some city officials would like to City Attorney Alex Alvarez whetherhe get strict" McDaniel said.
quicker service, since volunteer newest of which-a 1958 unit-is owned "" have Marshal Phillips suspended thought the letter should be mail- "I am doing my job," Phillips said
firemen in the smaller communitiesare by Lawtey. He said that only Lawteyhas ) 'r because they believe he plans to file ed. Alvarez suggested the letter was "Troopers K.G. Etheridgeand D.C
usually working out of town during a Class A pumper which is required I II suit against the City of Hampton if the all right but should be worded in a Roberts have been writing citations in
the day. for any reduction in fire in- .,/ hospital bill is not paid. None of the ci- more diplomatic manner. Hampton for the past several months -
This was denied by Crouse and surance rates. "Sixty percent of the I ty officials wished to be quoted when Council took no further action at the ," Lott said.
other volunteers who maintained that volunteer equipment is old, reworked _.. .., questioned by a Telegraph reporter. meeting but left it to Alvarez to replyto Mrs. McDaniel asked chairmanTed
someone was always around to military surplus," Crouse said. There has been talk of a special Kaufman. Curtis, Sr. about shutting the
answer calls when needed.At "We do a helluva job with what Darla Jean Christopher meeting but none had been set Clerk Brooks told the council it was police department down.
the June 1 County Commission we've got to work with," said Dean Wednesday morning, June 17. Next probably her fault that Kaufman "We've got to write citations, can't
meeting Mosley presented a plan for Bennett of New River. regular meeting of the Hampton thought there was no insurance continue the pace we are going," Cur-
lease-purchase of eight new fire Terry McCarthy, of Heilbronn Spr- Council is scheduled July 14. because it was her understanding the tis said in reply.
trucks at a total cost to the county of ings, said the volunteers risk their Darla JeanIs Phillips spent six days in Bradford car was not covered. Curtis pointed out several months
$505,000 (including interest at the rate lives every time they answer a call; County Hospital in Starke after being The accident was investigated by ago council instructed the police
of nine percent).The trucks would be get up at 2 a.m., in the rain and cold injured and thrown into the city patrolcar backup Marshal Allen Burdick, Jr. department to issue citations to
$48,000 FMC units with 1,000 gallon and usually get only criticism for Cum Laude which was parked at the convenience with it taking place at 11:20 p.m. anybody exceeding 35 milesperhourCouncil
tanks on a lease-purchase agreement their services. store. Thursday, May 28. tabled the question of
Council members seemed to Burdick, in the accident report abolishing the police department until
become upset when Phillips' at- which was passed around to council the July 14 monthly meeting of the
I Stalled. Harvard Gradby torney, Mark Jay Kaufman, wrote a members, showed Phillips as a board.
Apartments .. letter to the City of Hampton allegingthat pedestrian, Burdick as driver of the
insurance on the patrol car may patrol car and did not show any cita- Burdick ResignsAs
have been cancelled.A tions issued in connection with the Marshal
(From Page IA) zoned BP would be acceptable to the Julia HowardBCT letter was drafted prior to the wreck. Deputy
of Bessent Road area residents who council. The council would give no indication Staff Writer June 10 monthly meeting citing the A check with the clerk's office at Backup Marshal Burdick resigned
retained Gainesville attorney and Crosby asked to hear Darla Jean Christopher, the 1977 the Bradford County Courthouse in effective Monday, June 1, because
Leonard Ireland to represent them from the residents, as opposed to at- valedictorian of Bradford High Starke showed Randall David Young, CETA funds would no longer be
before the city commission. Citizens torney Ireland."I School, graduated cum laude last 19, of Hampton, driver of the truck, available. He thanked council for
present were Warren Rauhofer, appreciate the fact you want to Thursday, June 4, from the History Annie Armstrong v. .'cited for improper backing and is allowing him to serve the people of
Wayne Shipman, Warren Winkler, buffer the area a little bit more, but Department of Harvard University. Circle Has Covered scheduled to appear in Bradford Hampton.
and Wayne Whiffen. Rauhofer ques- still feel the density is too high,"Whif- Dish LuncheonAnnie County Court at 9 a.m. Friday, July
tioned the effect of more traffic on fen said adding there must be some Darla, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bessent Road and the possible place where the project can go. Thomas D. Christopher of Starke, Armstrong circle of the First 17.Phillips maintains he is on duty 24 Fists Fly
overflowing of Alligator Creek in wet "We'd still not like to see this high maintained a 3.947 grade point Baptist Church was host to a WMU hours a day as an elected marshal. He At End of Meeting
weather. Neither Shipman, who lives density," Whiffen said of Bessent average during her years at BHS. covered dish luncheon at the lake confirmed he was not in uniform but Councilwoman McDaniel broughtup
across Bessent Road from the proposed Road residents, adding they would Darla says that she was awardedher home of Mrs. W.B. Mundy on June 16. was on duty. the matter of where City of Hampton -
project,or Winkler,who is buildinga not compromise on that point. Harvard University degree cum The program was an inspiring Mayor Hank Lott, Jr.,supervisor of recreation equipment was.
new home on SR-230 directly south Everybody on Bessent Road laude because of her history thesis en- message on accepting God's message the police department under the Nobody could give her an answer.
of the proposed project,said anything thought office buildings could go in, titled Changes in the Boston Black tb us brought by Mrs. Anna Belle An- Hampton charter, stated that Phillipsand During the discussion her husband
in the public meeting. now all of a sudden they find out Community from 1920 to 1960: Migra- thony of Keystone Heights.Mrs. Burdick were not supposed to be J. Jack McDaniel and former coun-
Attorney Ireland said it is his opi- multi-family housing can also go in, tion, Civil Rifhts Orgainizations, and Thelma Jennings brought 100 on duty at the same time. cilman Wilton Hart got into a heated
nion that the land use portion of the ci- said veteran commissioner Vernon ara Movements. She bibles furnished by North Central "Florida Highway Patrol or Brad- argument, then traded blows in the
plan should be Silcox, who lives on Mimosa Drive received th ors distinction of Baptist church of Gainesville to be ford County Sheriff's Department back of the city hall meeting room.
compatible with zoning regulations.The East,just down the road from the proposed magna cum her thesis. mailed by members of the WMU to in- should have investigated the acci- Marshal Phillips got the men
land use plan recommends project. dividuals in Africa. dent," Mayor Lott said. separated escorted Hart out of city -
against higher density in residentialareas "You still get back to the fact that "She received a grant of $300 from Mrs. Rudd invited the circle to meet "I am suing nobody, just trying to hall with the meeting ending a
other sites are available, and people in the area did have an area the history department because they with her in July. cover myself on the hospital bill," short while later.
the Bessent Road site could be flooded out there you could not have multifamily thought so highly of her thesis,"
when Alligator Creek overflows, at- in'r said Silcox adding the BP Darla's sister, Chrissie Rodiquez,
torney Ireland charged. classification: should be clarified. said. r
City engineer Jim Lucas, previousto Crosby questioned attorney Pierce:
Chrissie said that Darla
Ireland's statements, said city "Is it your feeling the land use plan is year
sewer, water facilities are adequatefor out of conformity with the zoning plans to apply for the Internatioal GRAND"OPENINGTHlJRS.
the project, and drainage appears regulations? Is there a disparity in Rotary Scholarship. If she qualifies,
Darla will to to in
go England study
good. the BP zoning which should be
Commissioner Jimmy Crosby, say clarified?" the fall of 1983.
ing he arrived at the meeting with his "It has to be flexible, that's the dif- Next year she is going to apply to
mind still not made up led the ques- ference,"Pierce said. "You still haveto law school at the University of
tioning of the city engineer, Chester look at the long range and future Florida also. FRI.
Stokes, and attorney Ireland. Crosby growth. I don't think there really is a This summer, Miss Christopher is
.gradually unveiled that he favored conflict here with long ...range. going to work as the personal .
for Miss of the
the of the Powell secretary Colgate
leaving portion growth, Pierce added.
Estate property already zoned' for. ,.. The project maybe properly zoned-* Colgate-Polmolive' .Company' whom &
\tsingle family residential as it is, thus Crosby said-,but; She Is Contracted to' do'
providing more of a buffer betweenthe is the best thing for the summers.
and the Bessent part-time research for the Widener
proposed project neighborhood."I .
Road residents Drive Library,the main library of Harvard,
on have a gut feeling that's not a also. SATURDAY
West. for multi-family Crosby
good place would
In the fall Miss Christopher
The property was zoned as it is, BP
and R-lA,when the land use plan was said.On the other hand, there is a press- like to work in some area of the com-
munications field and has sent her
adopted in 1978. Prior to that, back in ing need for apartment housing in
and television
1974, the entire parcel was zoned com- Starke, said Milner, who lives closerto resume to newspapers m
stations In the South. She would like to
mercial when that previous city coun- the proposed project than any one
work for educational television
cil rezoned it to permit dental officeon person in the neighborhood."We station. an
the point at SR-230 and Bessent can't just summarily turn it
She also auditioned for
Road.. down," Milner said. "Do we listen to a part on
Crosby said, after research, it appears 35 residents out there or the 300, 400. General Hospital when cast memberswere
the authors of the land use plan or 500 begging for a place to live? We at Harvard through the Hasty Lamar & Barbara Dudley Welcome You All''
Club. If she
Pudding gets a part,
intended for offices to be built in the need to do something.
Chrissie said Darla will take it
area.Crosby with Ireland that If the property is properly zoned because the money is better and she The Western Wear Store You Been Waiting For!
the land use plan is a general statement and in complaince with the zoning
or guideline, for development: regulations, "what possible objectioncan would be able to save more toward
Crosby said city zoning regulations you have," asked Mrs. Cecelia law school. '
ha ye no category for es- Terwillegar. RI
siGnals building only, so classified the " still can't get a way from the
parcti BP.* which allows multi-family fact that feelings are involved in
housing, things we do" said Commissioner THE BRADFORD
With multi-family housing allowed Sixcox, who admitted he is opposed to COUNTY TELEGRAPH
i adjacent to the R-IA area, "how can multi-family housing in the Bessent Publlihd* Thurtdoyat130W.CollStrot
it we reasonably say the property next Road area.
{j doo>should also be BP?" Crosby ask- "The planning and zoning board Stark,Florida 3201
ed.,if that theory is pursued it couldgo wrestled with this thing, did the best
All the way to the edge of the coun- we could with what we were given td" n Second Clan poitog paid at
attorney Ireland said. work with," said P& Z board member H. Slarlco.Fla.ldaSub.crlptlan
Wrong said Crosby, all property is Claire Capps. "We were hoping the city 11 1 ,3
not:zoned BP. council would back us up,"' M Rat. tIn
.rIt's., up to the council to decide It depends on whose neighborhood trad oroat SV.OO p.r yoor
\I Iceland! said.'Ireland you're talking about Mrs. Capps told SS.OO six month
the council. She pointed out that last
pointed out there is a August a former council voted 41. Outsldo' trad arai$10.00 por yar
multitude of heirs of the Powell
Schaefer opposing to approve a zon- $5.50 sir months
.i. Estate, so the city attorney's ruling ing change from K-1A to R-2A which
doesn't hold up because the land is not allows multi-family housing, on
all one parcel. Orange Street in south Starke near
fi' Where is the flood plane, Crosby the Bradford Square Shopping Attend Our Ribbon Cutting Ceremony "
aslted.'questioning; the allegation that Center.In ,
AtliglitoV Creek will overflow and fact, Mrs. Capps said. Commis- PINE FORESTAPARTIENTS Saturday at 10:00 A.M. '
ae tr.r.rse. }
flood the area. sioner Silcox, then mayor- .
Ji Former councilman Ted Oglesby, commissioner put down the gavel to .
?):J ;,Who lives a quarter mile east of the make the motion on that apartment 1-2 AT 3 Bedroom Apts.
,' proposed' project on Bessent Road complex. Mrs. Capps said in that case From $130"" to $273 r
'! said he Isn t an engineer but has seen D.M. ; ''I' the,.water come up half way to his funding for a project from Km HA. but
j"1 \a house from the creek. it went to Stokes and Co.. and switched it: : 1530 W. Madison

? Stokes assured the group theFarmer's the scene from south Starke to Bes "UI i MMHM Phone 964-6312 ,, : .: rancher to horse lover to city slicker
Home Administrationwould sent Road LENDER WranglerFrom has caught WESTERN FEVER. It is
not the project if in the .
approve '
flood) plane, and FmllA has approved --------- part of our pioneering spirit that brings out
ft t thetv'project$ for funding he reminded that bit of cowboy in each of us and createsa

_' 't trieassemblage.v ) HELP WANTED desire to escape to the wide open spaces,
,, Whiffen presented the council with ---- even if only in the mind
a-pefotion: bearing just under 60 names

w,, opposing the project. Stokes
presented a petition with 300 names of
persons he said favored the project Medical. Records TechnicianAbility 1 1J4 ryf CIRCLE S
when it was for the elderly and the hp.e
multi-family project being proposednow
is about identical he added. .
Mayor just Schaefer pointed out some to type minimum of 60 words per Calvin Klein

names on Stokes' petition are of perSons '
who live in Lawtey and Hampton. I" ;i''
minute. With ,......: 'if-
interviews, typing! and a ;sP,

If the project would be placed on for diligo
portion of the tract already zoned BP, ,7 .e4t'b -
how much buffer would that offer written test will be administered.

area residents, asked Commissioner
Bobby Milner.seeking a compromise.Some .

portion 350 feet.zoned Stokes R-IA is answered.The 270 feet. Apply to DUDLEY'S WESTERN: DUDS

wide and the buffer in the originalsite
plan presented Tuesday includeda
90-foot buffer zone between the tract Bradford-UnIDn'Guidance: Clinic Store Hours

and Mimosa Drive West. 301 North
The council members held a 30 321 W. Madison St.Starke, Fl, 10 a.m.: to 6 p.m.
minute discussion among themselves I hone: ::964-8382

then.hear. Stokes with the finally audience asked if unable an An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer WESTERN FASHIONS., 'FOR 1 MEN & WOMENJL

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From Cable Television : ',,1

With cable TV on its way to undesirable to watch them .,
selves? Can they trust the
Starke (cables are now being
cable magazines to guide
installed), there are some per-
them through the maze of
tinent facts that we "
think about during this torrid material containing adult

heat wave when no one is in language, mature situations,
the mood to deal with the or too much violence? Will the

weightier issues that plagueour excess of available program-

everyday lives. ming become an electronic .
opiate, doping viewers into ,'

So before we get plugged in lethargic stupor while lawns + 4 ,

to receive more of a product cry out for mowing, dishes for t

that t some viewers think thereis washing, and muscles for exercise -

already too much of, consider ? ri
thisThere : LT1p w t'r+ ,
In the long run are we faced -- R r Iw
are more TV sets in with the virtual disap-

the U.S. one for every two of the printed word

people than there are -pearance books, magazines, and Well, It's Better Than Rain Dancing -

bathtubs.By newspapers, as we know them
today? Will viewers get a County "gentiNotebook FORESTRY
the time son or
your fix on the The desperate measures that citizens of the"Lake Region" resorted to
daughter graduates from high quick into think- In an effort to fight drought conditions in previous years Is illustrated by Ill I.AIICla COUNTY
school, he or she (unless they news and be misled this photograph found several years ago on the Keystone Heights dump.
are not typical youngsters) ing they are getting insight in- Presented to The Telegraph by the late Jack Trawick, o 4 ..tlme Bradford

will have spent 11,000 hours in to what is really going on in County sanitarian. It Is a good example .of emergency measures that by Mark G Fries
the world? By should NOT be taken no matter how dry it gets.It .
the classroom and almost ". 1 is believed the "unposed" photo was taken on the shores of Brooklyn

15.000 hours glued to the None of these undesirable BobbyTaylor Lake perhaps during its historic low of 97.23 feet above sea level In 1958. -
"boob tube." Brooklyn now stands at 102.76 (May 26. 1926 1982). Its historic high is
things needs to occur. The 117.43 feet above sea level. Windbreaks. Trees and shrubs

By the time these same standards of cable produc- No one in the picture Is identifiable fortunately). It Is possible that it planted in the right places can serve
boys and girls have reachedthe tions depend on the standardsof .It .I may have been taken following a meeting of "concerned citizens" to many useful purposes. Windbreaks
realm of senior citizenry the producers and the stan- decide what to do about the low lake level. reduce wind erosion and protect crops
desires of the Citizens are still concerned about Brooklyn's loss of water but concern from blowing soil particles. They provide
they will ( on average) have dards and I mentioned the situation for has not reached the point where such action as portrayed here, is being shelter for livestock and cover
spent nine of those precious viewer. Already television is our livestock producers a few weeks considered. for wildlife. Noise from highways and

years watching (you guessedit bringing live coverage of ago because of the shortage of foragesfor other sources can be reduced by
> television! regional theatre, live produc- hay and grazing. This meant more trees. Around the home, trees not only
tions from Lincoln Center, costs for feed at a time when livestock r add beauty and raise property value
According to national and grand opera from the prices were continuing to decline at but can also reduce home heating and

statistics ( for what they're Metropolitan. It can also the market. cooling bills.
It's Not The Sahara Desert-
worth) after cable comes to create specialized channels to -. The location and layout of wind-
According to the latest of
Starke. the average TV addict meet the needs of individual Florida Agricultural Prices report by the breaks should be planned carefully.The .

will increase his or her viewing subscribers who are willing to Crop Reporting Service, hogs were '.: But It's The Next Tiling to ItIf determine kind of in protection the number you want of rows will
by about five hours a for cables bringing all the only livestock that increased a lit- part
pay 'and the density of the windbreak plan-
week. tle during the month.
sports, all news, or such ting. If you want maximum protec-

According to the keynote special interests as gardening Beef cattle were $1.90 cwt lower tion at the ground level plant more
speaker at a recent con- fishing, or other hobbies. than last month and $5.10 below last the Shrlners are still looking for hot sands to cross they needn't go to shrubs or dense-growing evergreen?.
Egypt Camp Blanding Is a lot closer and the sand is almost as hot as in To protect large cultivated fields, use
ference dealing with all the year. Cows were down $1.90 from last
and shrubs. for
The key to coping with cable the Sahara Desert. tall trees Spacing
and from last
month $3.60
ramifications of cable year. be
building and soil protection can a
television, as well as commer- and heifers down
television its effects on our Steers were $1.80 The Cant Blanding. weather, station has recorded a mean high.. .. minimum of 6 feet by 6 feet to a max-
: last p. in bf.\Qg\ sslepttve,. from April ad $4.70Jow4athan of 100.046 degnes during the week. June 11-11. setting a new imum of 6 feet by 10 feet between
social, educational, recreational ;Vilboth'ih:: what .:adult- viewers 1' month and were $8.20 blow a yea e. temperature ben _
and cultural" \.. V' '..1 record forganimerhealtkcethestation was establ sh"e.d elfM{rears ago. plants TWA rows to five rows may .
\ economic '
watch as well l as what ago. .. .. I i > pterftefc fth plants J aReitoaThigWEMTt'
.... ,., "j'These + 'I"I' read lon1. Thhe daily
.11 tM t
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liifc for.better
be th'se'tigures make sweat.
can great : or. "crtlldren- arff permitted to "If t enough to you the rows. Best protection is given if
worse. conditions make it difficultfor highs during the past week were: Thursday. June 11. 100; Friday 104 shrubs are planted on the outside row
watch. If the average Cattlemen to make good decisionson Saturday. 104; Sunday 108 Monday. 110; Tuesday. 103; Wednesday 103. of the windbreak.
Studies indicate that the to spend nine years of his whether to buy feed and hope the

average cable subscriber will life in front of a television set, market rises, or whether to sell Cull Before you flee the area In panic it might be well to note that the Blan- Many kinds of evergreen and
spend $5,000 over the next 20 those years should be at least Cows and an early calf crop at lower ding thermometer is placed In ground level sand under the sun In an open broadleaf trees and shrubs are
prices to keep from buying more feed. the heat to which National Guard in
and not field to determine troops summer suitable for windbreaks. It is impor-
years for his stepped-up ration partially productive,
training at Blanding are being subjected.
tant to species are
If TV fare good bad or devoted to the dead-
entirely Maybe our recent rains will help adapted to your'soil and provide the
indut'erent.! And what will he end escapism of Mork and make the decisions easier. I have When the mercury climbs to 93 and above the men stop running exercises kind: of windbreak you desire."Red"'"

get 'for his money: ? That, as Mindy or Lavern and Shirley. noticed that moMrf fifOMsVre ginning and start walking one camp official said. "If you put them out to cedar, slash pine loblolly pine sand lc/
the used to say on the old to grow and. a little hay is finally running In this temperature you might kill half of 'em." he added. pine, Ugustrum cherry laurel
being cut. I/ autumn olive Pyracaiiha.( and. wax*
television quiz shows, is the
Mutt and Jeff myrtle are just a few that maY b ur"!
$64.000 question.Will Speaking of (Stile feed there hqs ed. They may be 'purchaseddm.o
been interest inir; area from time to commercial nurserieDivision (
cable TV in- Off Pf \
simply Square time about silage as a winter feed for New Circuit '- of Forestry. 5
crease the steady stream of brood cows. Silage if it has enough Judge "'/I" IT, "nil" nnf ,- i ) YaldI !

network-style soap sap, and Talk about Star Wars! grain is an excellent feed. It does re "." IJIMti' 'I. The-'Cohservatlon; values' fIWltldlm:
sadism?? Or will the content quire some good management! in put. May Go to Judge breaks are numerous and'now 'Is ttfd'roII '

lean as it does in many towns "You ain't seen nothing ting up and storing, a.liar'ood bi4of Sandersh11 ,"I, time.year/to' be lanting'bnFe rdanus
labor at I 'I"oi1:
feedW4.tilfie. {)wever1E seed.luDgd.'Melptwiith pla fining a w(11tli1m: ( )
and cities already "blessed"with yet. think silage w' t'Ove( ;, ;.. The Eighth Judicial Circuit standsto Graham appoints one to serve until a break may> be lobtained"fk' \ ',V ditmnt
cable programs towarda The two would-be giants of our cattle ope atm some receive an additional circuit court county judge is elected in SeRt..1982. to: Iocal.i&ill'and; ''.' Conservation'JI!)'*
duke's mixture of hard and the Florida Senate, "Shorty" good returns. t judge provided the state Legislature serve the balance of the 'f. .ur'i'ear '?> District n+ -'miil, -
soft pornography hyped-up Childers and "Rusty Red" Silage Field Day r.: approves the funding of the proposal.The county judge's term. .b'N'')?

gospel programs, and Baron may have to run Set Thursday June 25 r rA
warmed-over jiggle sitcoms? 69-day session of the legislature It "all depends on when the
against each other in 1982 due silage field day will beheld in our ended Friday June 5 without the Legislature approves the new circuit.

For the protection of to upcoming legislative redis- area next week tf/itw JjraWiferested legislators approving an appropria court judgeship' fpf}'.(fie,circuit, :iLawtey ,( "nuo'i edTnr.I
'it ;
and would likeito4tfeHf l Th'eTfeld djy tions budget, and education bills ; I In ehrvbutaGarbage
tricting that place the .
juveniles from the worst typesof may will be held at the Jim Black Farm When the Legislature reconvenes it "I Policy"'<>ri !laodar !
cable programs some companies one-time friends and now near Earleton on Thursday, June 25, Gov. Bob Graham at the start of the is expected to have 20-day special "t'l "iJ'q111i1:
provide a free lockout arch-enemies in the same 1981 at 9:30: a.m. t$-' Legislative session in his "State ofState" session to conclude this years work A new' pfckup policy 'has .'brl'J.d!

device by which parents may district. address opening the session established in Lawtey according'to1 T1
shut out objectionable chan- Mr. Blacks' farm is located 1'2< proposed 20 be new circuit court Local Student Joins maintenance man Lit Phillips ""';
After the disgraceful man- miles east of the intersection of Fla judgeships approved around the The only item that garbage collectors -/''
nels when they're not home to ner in which the two power- 200-A and US 301 which is 2''a miles' state. U.S. Navy Delayed are now allowed to pickup are
sec what t the kiddies are wat- south of Wal Call for direc- '
obsessed ? me This circuit requested two new Entry ProgramJohn limbs from trees. ,_
( not
ching The problem is that this tions. judges be approved but the Florida No tint\ cans' 'or metal (temsN.vill be
device is available only request statesmen ) have sacrificedthe Supreme Court recommended to Gov. Thomas Woodham of Starke, picked up, according to Phillips.
and experience has best interests of Florida in Mr. Black is cooperating with IFASat Graham that only one be approvedthis has enlisted in the U.S. Navy'sDelayed This new policy has been adopted
have an effort to cut each others the University pKJRlorida: in a program year. The new circuit judgeship entry program while still in because the Lawtey County dump will
:shown: that parents who throat t, we can think of no bet- to determi jS.wr demonstratethe one of 20 proposed statewide, must high school and will go on active duty not accept tin cans or metal items.
the foresight to use it, may not ter than feasibility of inCfeasing:: the carry survive the upcoming House-Senate after he has graduated.John Phillips announced the limbs will be
he the ones who most need to punishment to pit ing capacity of a relatively{ small beef conference committee on the new has enlisted for schooling as picked up every other Thursday.
do so. them in a fight to the finish cattle farm by using silage as a base state budget. an Aviation Electrician. After eight Regular garbage pickup will still be
and hope that it obliterates ration. weeks of basic training, Woodhamwill every Monday and Friday in Lawtey.
As one critic points out, them both politically.As Speculation in the circuit has the attend 2 weeks of individualized
There are many homes The program will feature a discus- new judgeship going to Bradford training in Aviation basic theory, then
where the TV set is used as a a final curse on "both sion of last years' experiment with County Judge Line S. Sanders. Judge 4-9 weeks of Basic Electricity and Stewart Beckett Elected
their corn silage treated at the silo with Sanders told the Telegraph several Electronics skills taught in basic
houses" New
baby sitter and where vir- we pronounce: "Amhydrous Ammonia" to boost the months ago that if a new judgeshipwas technical knowledge and skills of of KLPOA

tually no control is exercisedby Childers and Barron they protein level of the feed. There will approved that he would apply for electricity and electronics, then Class Stewart Beckett was elected presi

irresponsible parents.It deserve each other. also be a demonstration of treatmentof the appointment.Those "A" school for 11 weeks where he dent of the Kingsley Lake Property
corn silage at the cutter in the field will experience training in Aviation Owners Association
at of
is also pointed out that the In the forthcoming strugglethat while the silage is being harvested. persons interested in being electrical systems and theory. All of the Board of Directors a meeting Saturday

real problem may run even could make a bloody cock This type of silage can be stored in a appointed to the post by Gov. Graham these schools are located in Memphis June 13.: Jean Peters was elected

deeper. "How, with three or fight look like a Sunday School bunker or trench silo. apply to the Circuit's judicial Tenn. treasurer and Ann Hill secretary
nominating committee. That committee Seaman Recruit Woodham will
picnic, we can only hope -
four cable channels to choose There will also be a demonstration then recommends three persons to have the opportunity to earn an ad- Directors
from will parents be able to may the best man win! of a temporary silo using portable the governor for 'possible appointment vance paygrade while in high school .terms were elected E.L. Matthews for three-year Jean ".

review programs and decide But if the "best man" wins metal panels and a silage wagon that to the new post. by referring three ((3) applicants that Peters and Judy,NcSmith.
which unfit and should be can dump approximately 6 tons of join the Navy to his recruiter Con-
are it will have to be someoneother silage into a bunker in 30 seconds.Dr. Two years ago a judgeship was struction Electrician 1st Class Ron Thessociation is '
locked away from their than Childers or Barron created and Judge Sanders Alachua Miller who can be reached at 372-6289 covered dish and planning a !!
children" or which are even Allen Ridervof Sperry New County Judge Chester Chance and or372-1055 (collect). ,about the middle supper of cake walk'" "
.. tHoUaod will speak,on "Equipment Levy County Judge W.O. Beauchamp July. "M
.. '
t .\\f", \t.iII '-." .;,..." ,'.... .....,. '' ,,'- ....., J''8 Needed To.Mnke'AndUtilize Silage." were the finalists. Judge ,Chance Bradford
_I :: .1.-.1\1.: 1" MIMSIR'" i ,SI; : ,> :010" ifhllri ', a 6 ii '''cF;* t' received the appointment.The County' Survey Donald L. Hill < It,
&1 J 4i l ., E-i1: t' .Committee Meets TodayThe
( This should be a good field day for '-
C't) In
would North :(
t you if you have ever considered silagein person appointed serve Atlantic, ;; ; ;

, ;; ehrupI lf 1I J; fop your more beef information.cattle operation. Call. me until have the to run 1982 for election a full and sixyearterm.Local would then. plans for survey a"'Focus committee on Bradford formulating Coun Navy 'Yeoman' (1st, Class" Donald' L"11111. '''::1'!'I'. ,"?
ty: The Citizen's Viewpoint" will '
I speculation has three people in- whose wife. Janet is the
ESTAUSHIOII7BOSC .I..noM terested in getting the appointment to meet at the Western Steer Steak daughter! : of Wilma ,N. Parsons ,ofi.-,:
,,> .."v .v: ,-, ,',t'.n.' 1 ti Ihe.. county judge's post. ,' State,attorneys -' (louse' at noon today (Thursday). \jStarkc. is currently on a deployment. .
I .FERGUSON JOHN Mit1ER:r,lpll'h rt -. : George Pierce 'and J.J. 'The survey is'planned to determinethe ijlo the YorthAllAntir ;' !, : :'c', ".
: Wolt ere and; Assistant,Slat! Attorney needs and goals of Bradford County ? Hill is' a crewmember aboard'.ilie, !: :>

;J "."//I. .4-".,,,y..4.,.."..,.,"."......4 ct........" 1, .., !! _fI'Jo'J :!.. 4!'" r ,I *"$&&:&; '* *V > >:.','. 'it in'*mze every ls:'area'U.conducted'It'affecting the wilf lives; be of.., *'guided V. Hickctls.missile homcportcd destroyer\ USS in Norfolk Claude';, i >,:;

; The same procedure for selectingthe under the direction of Neil H. Spirtas.

"'".." ,.,..,....Mb.<..".'<*'.'T'_".*".Muxl? new county judge will prevail with community development agent, Va.Thus far In the Rickett's cruise.
0."'''.trW..'_,(I*r..V w II so IU M..rt,. IN.Y.LIh' Taxes was named after the judicial nominating committee under the Cooperative Extension Service port calls have been made in Ber
1A..f141W an I Indian wordmeaning recommending to Gov. Graham three for Baker. Bradford Union and muda. the Azores. England and Por-
"friandi." people to appoint and then Gov. Columbia Counties. tugal.


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June 18. 1981 TELEGRAPH Page 5\

Gail Reddish and Rene Gonzalez

Married June 6 at Pine Level ChurchMiss Iw flJociat 9'&k

Gail Reddish of Miami of-the-valley In her hair and carried a
daughter of Mrs.Thelma Reddish and silk nosegay of French tiger lillies gLJJ ?Voetryt 11/
the late Rodman Reddish of Starke. rose buds stephanotis and gyp ,
and Rene Gonzalez son of Mr. and sophilia. So.I4l.J'M (1'/1
Mrs. Otilio Gonzalez of Hialeah were A reception was held in the church e .- U'(3'III, .
united in marriage Saturday June 6, Educational Building where Mrs. 964-76031
at 4 p.m. in Pine Level Baptist Church Gerald Baldwin greeted the guests at r
with Rev. Roman Alvarez performing the door. Standing in the receiving
the nuptials.Nuptial line were the bride and groom and u_
music was provided by their parents.
Mrs. Frank Durrance organist and Miss Virginia Ann Kenney kept the
Mr. and Mrs. Don Halgren and Mr. bride's book at a table with blue cloth r4A' lyt
and Mrs. Raymond Moody, soloists. over white satin. ''.
The chancel area of the church was The bride's table was covered witha
centered with a garden style wedding blue cloth over white satin with .L
arch flanked by two standing arrangements garlands of silk phlox around the edge
of gladiolus, mums carnations and down the front of the table. The
pompoms and baby's breath. wedding cake was flanked by white 1
The choir loft was draped with candles in silver holders. Mrs. Owen
I garlands of silk flowers Alvarez and Mrs. Don Tilley cut the Ir
Owen R. Alvarez, Jr. attended as cake. .
best man and the ushers were Don
Tilley and Guy Stalnaker. Roland The two punch tables were covered Mr. and Mrs. Rene Gonzalez
Murwln and John Kenney also stood similar to the bride's table and were
with the wedding party. centered with silver punch bowls.
Mrs. Bob Johnson attended her Presiding at the punch bowls were Epperson Family
sister as matron of honor. Mrs. John Mrs. John Kenney, Jr. and Mrs. Reunion SaturdayThe zK, c L
Kenney,Sr.and Mrs.Roland Murwin Roland Murwin III. ?
Jr.sisters of the bride,were bridal at Mrs. Marshman Reddish, Sr. annual family reunion of the .. .1
tendants. They were attired alike In presided at the food table which was Epperson family will be held Saturday ..
covered with blue cloth white June 20 12 in the .
polyester knit gowns with surplice a over at noon --
bodice, wrap effect skirt with tulip satin.Assisting were Mrs. Marshman Fellowship Hall of the Methodist Among those attending retirement luncheon for Mrs. Nolin, P.T. Nolin and Herman Morgan, retired superintendent. I
hem in shades of blue with buckle Reddish, Jr., Miss Cyntia Reddish, Church in Lake Butler. P.T, Nolin were I to r: Charles Francis. Helen Johns, Mrs. .
belt. They carried silk of Mrs. Jimmy Thornton and Mrs. A.B. All descendants of the Epperson

cornflowers lillies and gypsophilia, roses, French in nosegays shades tiger of directed Whitehead.the wedding.Mrs. Roman Alvarez family covered are dish.invited to attend and bringa Mrs. P. T. Nolin Honored at Retirement Luncheon June 14 .

blue and white. Dark and light blue silk flower arrangements -
The bride In were used throughout the Mrs. P.T. (Tommie) Nolin was for two years and one year at Starke Elementary School, welcomedthe
,given her
marriage by
The Owen Alvarez Jr.'s honored returning retirees and com
brother Marshman Reddish reception room.Following at a retirement luncheon Hawthorne Elementary School.
wore a
white organza short with tulle a wedding trip to To Celebrate25th Thursday. June 4, at the Starke Golf The luncheon tables were centered mented on Mrs. Nolin's teaching
yoke and lace appliques.gown The cuffs on Niagara Falls the couple is residing in and Country Club after teaching for 29 with garlands of ivy and a large arrangement career. Robert Austin gave the in
the long sleeves had lace Miami where Mr. Gonzalez is AnniversaryMr. years at Starke Elementary School. of roses centered the head vocation.
also. She wore baby's breath appliques and lily- employed by the City of Miami. .and Mrs.Owen Alvarez.Jr. will Previously Mrs. Nolin had taught in table. Mrs. Sylvia Reddish sang two solos
celebrate their twenty-fifth wedding the St. Johns County School system Charles Francis principal of following the luncheon accompaniedby
._ _. Mrs. Mona Canova.
-- -
anniversary on Saturday, June 20, ata
Bill Adams short talk
gave a
from reception 6 to 9 their home on SR225 Tracy Ann Kelly, Barbara Godwin, about Mrs. Nolin and presented her

All friends and relatives are invitedto John A. To rod*, Jr. Mitch Salisbury with a corsage and wooden porch swing -
from Starke Elementary as a
attend. To Wed June 20 Married June 11 memento of the occasion.

The wedding of Tracy Kelly and Barbara Godwin, daughter of Mrs.
Thomas Reunion John A.Torode,Jr. will be an event of Henry Godwin and the late Mr. God BHS 1961 Class

Sunday, June 21 Saturday, June 20, at 2:30: p.m. in the win and Mitch Salisbury were unitedin Reunion June 20
First United Methodist Church with a marriage Thursday June 11, at 8
All descendants of William and reception following in the church p.m. at the home of the bride's The BHS 1961 class will hold their
Mary Louise Thomas are invited to Fellowship Hall. mother, with Rev. Cliff McLeod performing 20th reunion on Saturday. June 20
HsiI attend a Family Reunion Sunday All friends and relatives are invited< St June 21 at Beulah Baptist Church. to attend. couple is living in Newberry.Mrs. Western Steer Steak House from 9:30:
Bring a basket. Lunch will be servo .... to 11 a.m.Dinner.
ed at 1 p.m. r'. nce at the Starke Golf and
Ha Rain of Chief land spent the
Class of 1976 Club begins with social at 7
UCHS past two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Country a
Reunion J.G. Jackson. p.m. followed by dinner at 8 p,m.
BHS 1971 ReunionIn

-- Members of the Union County High
Planning Stage
School Class of 1976 would like to
I Plans for a reunion of the 1il7l organize a reunion. HANK LOTTis
1 t'.s graduates of Bradford High School Classmates or parents of graduateswho
7ti will be discussed at a meeting Tuesday would be interested in a reunion
i June 23, at 7:30: p.m. at Western please contact( Tim my Whitehead 213
Steer Steak House. NE 8th Ave.. Lake Butler for information back in Electrical and Air Conditioning
::;, ; All persons interested are invited to concerning tentative plans.
.... attend.

"' .: 1 J business full time and

I ( Robin M. Moritz Miss Dea Moredpck,

.... '0 .. ... . ....David Russell McRaer16PlQUlulylWeddirug'Ht .. Robert Peterson/III welcomes all calls.
y.r.m IB oiiooMK'lina" : Mril: Dart'ell Williamsn'J'iwJio ,
wet/ vi. M. ,* i JJ. 4 'Y6l1I' .jlt' t n.Jrf'" .Mbn? ; ,nU.... \ To Wed June 27 .

Sahara x1 s Pvror Grutchfteld.elrl and I Darrell.I'lj'jJ Williams; Robin M. Moritz and David Russell The marriage of Miss Dea Service on all home appliancesand
McRae will be united in marriage Friday Moredock and Robert Paterson, III
July 23, at 11 a.m. at the home of will be solemnized Saturday June 27,
Married June 6 in BrookerSandra the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. at 7 p.m. at the First Presbyterian all makes of air conditioning.
Ernest H. Llfferf in Jacksonville. Church with a reception following at
Marie Crutchfield. in Brooker with Rev.. James R. Mr. McRae is the son of Mr. and the Starke Woman's Club.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Samuel Countryman performing the nuptials. Mrs. James E. McMae of Starke. All friends and relatives are invitedto
I Crutchfield of Brooker and Darrell Anita Countryman, organist and Miss Mori.z is a graduate of attend. 468-2940
Lee Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenda Andrews, soloist, presented a Englewood Senior High School and is
J.L.d Williams *of Gainesville were program of nuptial music. employed at a local law firm in
I in June Highlighting the altar was an arrangement Jacksonville.Mr. .
unite\ \ marriage Saturday. 8,
at,in.New River Baptist Church of carnations, gladiolusand McRae is a graduate of Brad
daisies balanced by branched ford High School; attended Florida
.1'9'Juf.' candelabras and palms. State University and is currently
C'' 4fqtie'f ':Peterson Richard Berger served as best employed at Miami Rug Co. in
Honoredat.1hree, man. Ushers were Mike Bennett and Orange Park.
Tony Stalnaker. No invitations issued but
are being
Ship j dIPcrtie1 I 1')1o-j'tc, .. ?rI! Miss Debby Crutchfield attendedher all friends and relatives are invited to Watch
Miss Claudette Peterson whosemaNJgejl.o.DonaJd sister as maid of honor. She worea attend. your
; FrcesiwiU, be an dusty rose dress with cream lace In-
sert in the neck. She wore a comb
honored at
evg gf June 87, was. a
decorated with a baby's breath in her
sunDaioe) \ ",ibreakfastWedncsday, !
hair and carried three
moming JA"Q.U.givenbyJibeImp-! ) ''oS
+ Given in marriage by her father Fortune
tOIlIl .IeIMPfPr1)'J&hool Jaculiyi! and BIRTHS
the;bride, ytpre a chiffon over satin grow
stage. #i.\ttie!school*:fdeianducflku:j(
made by Blonnie Derkman. were gown with empire; waist, lace insert
served. down the front, long sleeves and lace
trim. Her waist length veil was

--- ...... .... secured to a cap decorated with James Lowell Parrish.Jr
pearls and sequins. She carried a bouquet -
'Fifth of carnations and three roses. Lowell and Jane Parrish announce 30- ONT MONEY MARKET CERTIFICATE
$ grade
The Fourth I
A reception was held in the church the birth of a son, James Lowell Par.
students at Hampton Elemeij ary rish, Jr.. born June 15 in Alachua
Fellowship Hall which/ was decorated!{
school honored,JVlfes Rctersbniwtth a
with arrangements of carnations General Hospital. He joins a sister, ,
surprise party Monday afternoon and daisies.) Carol, age 3. 01
beiat'lschpol{ /; was..out Mrs., Jqlene gladiolus Miss Linda Barry kept the bride's Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
r'riese.: 'Mrs, Carolyn Slater, andblr&rMindyt students, book at a table holding a bud vase Mrs. J.F. Parrish of Gainesville. 12
McLcaa.: ielpcd the with two red carnations.The Maternal grandparents are Mr. and 10
give the partystrawberry bride's table was coveed with a Mrs. Harold R. McGee of Gainesville.

served. : cake'and: \ punch. were white linen cloth and centered with a ....... ...... .. $500 minimum. Now available fora limited time
five-tiered cake. The
!ttlSlhptilireewith wedding crystal
The sludeptspresented, )
punch bowl was encircled with fern.
slow-cooker as a memento
a Mrs. Frances Land of Pensacola Justin PorriiiK Robinson
the occasion.: greeted the guests at the door. Misses

... ...... Sharon and Valarie Conerly of Delandcut Mr. and Mrs. Gary James Robinsonof 12.748 % Effectiveannual
the cake and assisting were Miss Starke announce the birth of a son
and students Susan Douglas of Brooker and Miss Justine Doering, born June 13, in yield
:Mrs. Essie Crosby
Amy Turner of Marietta, Ga. Lake Shore Hospital Lake City. He
honored Miss Peterson with a surprise -
The bride Is a graduate of Bradford joins two brothers, Jason Robert age
party at the Bradford Union High School. The groom graduatedfrom 3 and Joshua Stanley, age 1.
Vocational: and Technical Center last Gainesville High School and Maternal grandparents are Mr. and 6-MONTH MONEY MARKET CERTIFICATE
Thursday evening. both are employed with Crutchfield Mrs. Donald S. Williams of Lcesburg.
Cake and punch were served. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Electric: Inc. in Gainesville.The
The students presented the honoree: in Mrs. Raymond E. Robinson of
Is residing'
with and saucer of her china asa couple
a cup
memento of the occasion.: Gainesville, following a wedding tripto 13.606 %
Crescent Beach;,.VA, '

..nin, per annum


21rJt/N.AW: *... Dr. Lounette Eaton. B.S.. D.C. St 0.000 minimum. Available Tuesday June 16

Dr. Wayne C. Eaton D.C. through Monday June 22. Automatically
!Mr. and !Mrs. John D. Samons and renewed of the rote In effect of maturity.accaunrt .
family. Rev. and Mrs. James E.

Starling and family, Mrs. Inez Kelly, Keystone Chiropractic ClinicAt rid.rd'puonomn.In.YnuAnwuAllJIYlv..n u.louMmnolu.noMYhr" ou...,....POI.,. ..rtnJlowahan.Mda.ri., ... .......,...
Mrs. John Samons attended the :.: ? ,,,, ...., QO. ,.....N'und.," .,"IlallnnM'I'ba" < !, ..,.....0....""' ..
graduation Saturday at the University npMaMr wAaal.FORTUNE.

of ,Florida where John David SR-21 North
Samons received his degree in !Ii

Bachelor of Science and Education.Mrs. Keystone'Shops Suite 5 PEDERL

K.S. !\lull Ins> spent the Phone '473-3604 ''ter,.. Savings and Loan Assxution::
weekend with her mother, Mrs L.T
and '!\Irs. Formerly Guaranty Federal Gainesville,
Izlar in Ocala and Mr. '
Shelton Peddle and baby daughter at Hours 9a.m. 1 p.m. and'3 p.m. 6p.m. 093: Madison.. Srorke

Crystal River.,, Wed. & Fri. '
M n.r Tues., ,
27 friendly offices in Florida
Mr. and Mrs: Ottis McKinney have I I.' ,
returned'after visiting their;' aunt in 9 a.m.p.m.; : Thursdays, : t
Sarasota. sister In' Tampa anddaughter' Facilities
.in Palm Harbors. also longtime Modern X
friends in Dunnellon. : '
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8A TELEGRAPH June 18. 1981

Irene Powell and Barry BroadwayWed Open Engaged House Couple HonoreesMiss Nettles Celebrate 25th AnniversaryMr. r/

May 9 in Church of Christ Dea Moredock and Buddy and Mrs. Beryl Nettles have Dawn Nicole Peddle
Paterson, whose marriage will be an returned to their home In Raiford
event of June 27, honored Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Peddle of
were at an following a month vacation at Ponce
Miss Teresa Lynn Powell of Starke House Crystal River announce the birth of a
Open Saturday night given by Inlet Club Daytona Beach, to
and Mr. Barry Steven Broadway of Mr and Mrs. Randy Cory, Mr. and celebrate their 25th Wedding Anniver- daughter, Dawn Nicole, born June 4.
Keystone Heights were united in holy Mrs. S.G. Denmark, Mr. and Mrs. sary.Beryl. Maternal great uncle and aunt are
matrimony at the Church of Sandy Sanderson and Mr. and Mrs. and Martha Nettles were Dr. and Mrs. R.S. Mullins of Starke
Christ in Starke on Saturday,May 9. Steve Denmark at the Kingsley Lake married May 30, 1956 in Orange City, and maternal great grandmother is
The bride is the daughter of Mr. home of the latter.At Florida. They are the parents of three Mrs. LT. Izlar of Ocala.

E.M. Powell and Mrs. Janet M. points of interest in the party sons, Allan, Walter and Bill, and are .
Powell of Starke. : ------------ --
rooms were hanging and potted the grandparents of one grandson, ': m'll ,I t),: ---
Mr. is the of Steve
Broadway son plants. Spring flowers centered the Christopher Allan.
and Audrey Broadway of Keystone hors d'oeuvres table which was Their family and friends helped '1 I ,' Karen Renee Davis
Heights. covered with a powder blue linen them celebrate their anniversary at '
The 3 p.m. ceremony was officiated cloth. Silver appointments were used. an Open House/Open Heart Party on IL\ r Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Davis an-
by the Rev. O.D. Giles at the church Guests were greeted at the door by May 30 at a Re-Statement of their I vY nounce the birth of a daughter, Karen
altar which was flanked by two Mrs. Steve Denmark and Miss vows and a re-dedication of their love Renee, born May 18 in Alachua
baskets of blue carnations, white Moredock. General Hospital.
and faith in each other.
gladioli and daisies. 4 Approximately 60 guests including They shared their feelings of how Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Nettlesto Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Beth Starner attended the wedding : the parents of the honored couple Mr. they kept their marriage together and their friends, their appreciation for Mrs. Oscar Davis of Starke. Maternal
music provided by stereo. and Mrs. R.L. Paterson of Starke and their friendship and love. Standing up grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ossie

The bride,given in marriage by her Mrs. O.D. Ryder of Gainesville, en- Did You Know........... with them were Beryl's twin brother, Wynn of Sampson City.
father, appeared in a white formal joyed the party. Earl who stood with them 25 years

satin wedding gown with lace The honored couple was presentedwith Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stern and son ago, and a lifetime friend Rochelle Did You Know...........
overlay. Sheer lace long sleeves end- Mr.and Mrs. Barry S. Broadway a cup and saucer to their chosen of New Orleans visited W.A. Stern Ruckert. The ceremony was performed -
ed at the wrist with lace cuffs. The china pattern from their hosts as a and Miss Louise Stern on Friday by Notary and close friend Bruce
scooped neckline was bordered in kept the bride's book. memento of the occasion. afternoon.Mr. Ruckert of Orange City. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown have had
lace which also trimmed the hem of Assisting were Linda Manning,
Following the ceremony, a reception as recent visitors at Kingsley Lake,
the cathedral length train. Barbie Wike, Traci Broadway and and Mrs. Don Patray and Mr. was held on the balcony of their Mr. and Mrs. James E. Wright, Jr.
Miss Powell carried a bridal bouquet Beth Starner. Did You Know........... I and Mrs. Gary Brewer and sons condominium apartment overlookingthe 2nd Lt. Wright, nephew of Arline
of silk white roses and carna- After honeymooning in Crescent CIty visited Busch Gardens in Tampa last ocean. Cake was served by Sylvia Brown, graduated from the U.S.
tions, highlighted with light and DisneyWorld and Daytona weekend. Underhill. Punch was served by B.J. Military Academy, West Point, N.Y.on .
dark blue cornflowers,all tied with a Beach,Mr. Broadway has gone on to BHS students attending the senior Nettles. The anniversary cake was a May 27. Immediately following
flowing white ribbon. She carried a basic training in the United States class trip to Nassau on the ship Flaviaout Mrs. A.J. Barry returned Tuesday gift of Walter Sylvia Nettles. graduation Wright married the
white linen handkerchief.. Air Force at Lackland AFB. He will of Miami Friday to Monday were: after spending five days in Beaver Guests traveling to Daytona from former Melinda Visa Hi of BeauVelt,
She wore a headband of light and be transferred from there to Keesler George Canova, Jay Eaves, John Falls, Pa. with friends and relativesand this area were; Mr. and Mrs. Robert N.Y. in a traditional military wedding
dark blue and white silk corn- AFB in Mississippi for schooling.Miss Herres, Eric Norman, Bill Goodge, attended her class of 1941 reunion Underhill Mr. and Mrs. Robert Other weekend guests
flowers. Powell will also be located at Randy Reddish, Robert Shannon, Milner, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Snow, were ceremony.Lt. Wright's grandfather, C.M.
Vicky Sheffield served as th< Lackland AFB for basic training in Duane Strickland, Lewis Cooper, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kirkland. Wright, Sr. of Jacksonville, Ken
bride's Maid of Honor and was September. Carol Hardin, Karen Holtz, Cindy Mr. and Mrs Glenn Mullins have Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Eger and Anderson of Tallahassee and Mrs.
gowned in a long, light blue Quiana .The bride is a 1981 graduate of McRae, Kathy Griffis, Michelle Sapp, moved to Orlando where Mr. Mullinsis sonsof Jacksonville; Diane, Dana, Ruth Messer and son, Mark of
dress with angel-wing sleeves. The Bradford High School in Starke. Mary Anne Miller, Vickie Nicula and employed by Tishman Construction and Doug Rutledge of Orlando.A Jacksonville.
blouson bodice of the gown featured Mr. Broadway is a 1980 graduate of Sherry Tew Co. in building an addition to Disney most memorable day for Beryl
a lace overlay and Vneckline.She Keystone Heights High School. World. and Martha Nettles.
carried an arm arrangement of
white silk carnations and blue corn-
flowers, tied with a blue ribbon. AMERICAS FAMILY DRUG STORE
Billy Easterling was the
bridegroom's best man. John Powell
and Jeff Powell were ushers at the
ceremony.The r
reception was held at the

touches bride's Decorations Starke The three-tiered colors Golf of lavendar.following were and of blue Country carried white and the white ceremony.out Club wedding in, with immediately the- ': i : : "J:': ) ,;r /

cake was featured on the bride's
table and was decorated with light iACHOLOTAN
blue flowers and bows, topped off
with three wedding bells on the up- 0COLGATE
permost tier.
The groom's table was highlightedby
the groom's cake, made by the
bride. The chocolate cake with
chocolate icing was decorated in
tans and white.Greenery .
and flowers surroundedboth
punch bowls. 2-LITER
Susie Alvarez and Joy Bell cut the I
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Did You Know --- ----- -- First United Methodist

And Country Club News Miss Jennifer Haas visited Miss Mrs. C.Cf. Hoppe of Tampa is Church News

Laurie Shuford in Moorehaven Thurs- visiting her sisters, Mrs. O.L.Beasleyand
day to Monday. Mrs. J.W. Kincaid for ten days. This Sunday during the early 1.r 1.
Ixcrcli.Cla.. church service, beginning at 8:30:
For members only on Monday and a.m. there will be special music by
Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson of Starke Mrs. Elva L. Cantrell and
Wednesday mornings from 9:30: to and Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Corbett of daughters of Jacksonville are renting the Monroe Youth Choir, a 44 voice
10:30: a.m. This is free and all you choir from Monroe, N.C. They will
Gainesville attended Mr. Hutson's the Tommy Blaqkshear: cottage at
need to bring is a pad or towel to exer- also be
performing during the even-
Lake a
cise 1951, 30th year, class reunion Satur Kingsley this week. ,
ing service, giving a Handbell Con-
day night of Andrew,Jackson High
Tennis Lessons School, Jacksonville held at the Poncede Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Odom, Jr. cert and musical "Light Shine", at
Leon Hotel In St. Augustine.Mr. returned last Thursday from three 7:30p.m.
Gayle Lee will be
instructing weeks trip to Africa. Reservations for the Senior High
children on Tuesdays from 6 to 7:30: Youth attend the
planning to trip to
W.H. Green and family -
p.m. and adults Thursday, June 18 of Tallahassee are spending this Mrs. Lila Caldwell returned Tuesday Disney World, June 28, are now due. r
and Wednesday, June 24 from 6 to The will be the church
week at the Green cottage at Kingsley- after a week in North Florida van leaving
7:30 p.m. Lake. Regional Hospital for observation and carport Friday June 26 at 6:30: p.m., 1
treatment.Mr. and spending the night at the First ---.1
Golf Clinic United Methodist Church In Winter
Mr. and Mrs. Rex W. Mixon, Jr.,
There is free Nursing grads
a golf clinic for womenon Haven. All
daughter Christine, of New York City, and Mrs. W.B. Thompson( day Saturday everyonewill
Tuesdays from 6 to 7:30: p.m. and and Mr. and Mrs. Rex W. Mixon, Sr., returned last Wednesday from a ten- be at Disney World. Contact one Graduates of the Nurses Aide Training program/ seated (tI-r) are: laura
for children from 10 to 11 a.m. on of Jacksonville, are spending this day trip to St. Louis Mo. to visit their of the church youth counselors if you Tucker, Pauline Thomas Instructor Judy Baker Miidetlidt-au liushong.
Tuesday mornings. week at Kingsley Lake in the Johns daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. are going. Standing middle (I-r) are: Gladys Williamson Trudie llmlgrs. Kli/dbrth
cottage. While vacationing, they are Steve Kuechenmeister, visited Mr. The Junior High M.Y.F. have plan- Hodges Irene Drlggers and Ruby llersey.
Fourth of July spending some time with Mr. and and Mrs. Robert Thompson in Tulsa, ned a trip to Circus World June 25. Hack are: Patricia Synder, Beverly Chilly, Linda :\I a 11I1. Giiigvr I)inirl and
Fourth of July family day, 3 p.m. Mrs. Drew Reddish, Mrs. Mamie Lou Okla. and) attended Mr. Thompson'sclass For more information contact Mr. or Usa Carroll.
Bring your own picnic supper. There Edwards, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ed reunion.Mr. Mrs. John Dempsey. June 2 the class had a covered: dish picnic luncheon at Lakeside I'jrkhunoriiiK
will be games for the children, swim- wards,Jr. The Mixon's will attend the A new adult daytime Bible Study is their instructor Mrs. Baker.
ming and square dancing at night. J.H. Moore Family Reunion Saturdayat and Mrs. Glen Reddish and to be held each Wednesday morningat
For more information on any of the home of the Reddish's. family of Luling, Louisiana, recently 10 a.m. This hour long study will be Adult, nurses aide certificates .presentedUnion
these activities or on joining the transferred from Fayettevile. N.C., led by Bill Lawson.

Starke Golf and Country Club call Mrs. Jean Rathel of Salisbury, are spending this week with his County Adult High School Marzell Williams' and Gladys

964-7714. Maryland, arrived yesterday to spenda mother, Mrs P.O. Reddish andfami- graduation diplomas and nurses aide Williamson.

Did You Know.. ... ..... week with her sister, Mrs. Drew ly. training certificates were awarded School Board chairman Morris
Reddish and mother Mrs. Mamie Graham Baptist Church during ceremonies held in the UCHS
Mr. and.Mrs. J.D. Odom Jr. attended Dobbs presented Adult School
Lou Edwards. auditorium June 4. ,
Graduates diplomas to: Rita Joyce ( lIa tl'l'n.
the funeral of Charles
Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Haas were'inTampa Stegallin Nurses aide certificates were
Friday and Saturday visiting Mrs. W.H. Thomson is spending Williston on Wednesday.Mr. Graham Baptist Church honored resented by instructor Judy Baker to Steve Cornett, Cassa Neta Croft,
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Tuesday to Friday visiting Mr, and their graduates, David Sparks of raduates: Miidedideau Bushong, Jerald W. Dicks, Charles E. Dilas,,
and Mrs. Mark Trimpey.Mr. Mrs. Fred Thomson in Tallahassee. and Mrs. John Miller spent the B.H.S. and John Samons of the U. of Lisa Carroll, Beverly Chitty, Ginger Terrilyn C Dilas. Wallace Dilas
She took her grandson, Todd back weekend at Marineland. Fla. with a church supper on June 3. Daniel, Irene Driggers, Ruby Hersey, Eric I. Dozier Barbara Freeman
and Mrs. Norwood Swearingenand home after 10 days visit here. Gifts were given to the graduatesand Elizabeth Hodges, Trudie Hodges, Carol M. Grantham Charles II liar
son, Tracy of Pueblo, Colo are Methodist Group Five had a Dutch each graduate had their own cake Linda Mann Patricia Snyder, Mary rison, Sarah A. Hart. Cheryl I L
guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Friends of Raiford Epperson will treat dinner at the Red Lobster in with their school colors. Bernice Stewart, Doris Thomas, Kersey, Troy Luke Winona M Luke
Hutson. regret to hear he is a patient in Gainesville Monday night.IVORY Pauline Thomas, Laura Tucker, Kathy B. McElroj. Carolyn It Mid-
Alachua General dleton, Melanie S. Mooney Sharon T
Parrish, Leta M Hagan EUmdyRaulerson

AMERICAS FAMILY DI UG STORE Debra D. Thourot, Kurt Dennis V. SchrtUmann W Waters.

Leonard B. Watkins Samuel Clayton
Weeks. Allen Wells. Linda J Wilkinson -

__ and Brenda K. Young.

..i-..;. j'o', : Adult School principal Tom R>mcr
:: ''I "'1':: welcome the graduates and their
I I'' '- ,"- guests. The invocation was given by
I' Rev. Eldon Cornell and the envdic
."spring lion was given by Rev. Dan trrlsh
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,!!/ lt prllg; lSOWO Thornton at Kingsley; Lake Mr
McLeod will be principal at Rrunson
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I I. !, High Schc i this coming year and
they will return to the area where he
was formerly principal at Willistun.

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SPRING I Mr. and Mrs. Stan Reddish ot> Tam
BOUNTY LIQUIDDETERGENT pa will spend the wl'ekel1dilh their
PAPER TOWELS BATH SOAPS parents Mr and Mrs. Drew lU'ddihh
Day Specials I and Mr. and Airs Vincent Lewis ol

:69<<1: 2(79( 32-OUNCE 429 I Panama Kingsley City Lake.and Tom Mr. and Reddish Mrs W R ol

Priced Salt' .. : Priced Sal. Sal. H we're going to make sure. Augusta.Royster. S."ill Jr and arrive family Friday of for N

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MEN'S AMITY OLD SPICE I Mr and Mrs Gerald Moran Sr
( < spent Thursday to Sunday in Tequesta .
1NALLF T AFTERSHAVE. .. . -- I .as guests of dipt and Mrs.
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-- Priced ..... 1fwiEN's .: Miami to attend the commencement
EQUITY TRAVEL ENTERTAINMENTCENTER TURTLEWAX Men's assorted Sil PrlcwJ .. ALARM CLOCK LIQUID WAX styles & colors. Trad'tlonalscent' Dad will tz. 11m International University where he
3-COlORS' e Rg3999 la-ounce *4 99 splash it on& enjoy It'' Limit 1 ; ; received his Bachelor of Science

Rpuhre99.< .,.488 e7aa4 1 l 101I.8 Plastic case.Single Hickory 2988tee. Cleans8waxestoahardshell = ManagementMr.
key wind grain !! shine'FOAM I ,
MEN'SORLONCREW and Mrs. Ben Moxley Jr and
SOCKS FRAGRANCES a ,. ;I : family of 1310 Searing Street haw

.gulM 1.3' : OFF ::1 moved to their new home in ('aunlry
Sele' 99- 120 REG. Club Estates. Mr. and :Mrs Drew
GATORADEDRINK 71 12-QUART SEATCUSHION Pricxl 1 O PRICES .. kFaberge' l. :i Reddish have bought the Mnxloj:

UTILITY PAIL gilt Assorted idea (for colors Dad A" i' I:I Chaps Jovan British, & more.Sterling'' >, '. :E. r. ,III home rented on it Searing to Mr Street lIod01: and lrs. have Tom N..3' -149 i'".3s" 699 CO'Po.GOOd"Sa< J.,.20 Gumber.
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Thirst quencher.:J5 C* figt Assorted color sj aJ No springs'Cool& MEN'S \ \ I Howe More-dock of( KingsleyLakeis. I
Lemon/Lime flavor !"'as 11'\'' 4t. comfortable faonc GOLFSHIRTS moving into the former S L. Peek( Jr
BUTANE LIGHTERS II 1// home on :N. Church Streetihuh he
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.13.GALLON Easy care fabric Assorted 79-11 Ra, .,3/99 iII i ill Mr. and Mrs Jim Burton! anilfamily .
PET'MTICFLEA 8" Pm TRASH CAN DELUXEPVC I colors& sizes.COTTONHANDKIIICHII. l of Smyrna li! 1. were Sunday bur
C Alf AIR MATTRESS !" Adjustable(lame Provides hun cheon guests ol Mrs James B.irron

000ofCAT $8 SFr I 1 9/.'r":. ,(j99pulai '; r 3oi7z "in88 White only.Pack'of f a 99' dreds of lights Limit 3 and Mrs. Janel Turner.Mr .

"Sturdy Choice Rg'< 1499
and Mrs. K d l Maddittk, ol
Kill ticks4flpet A'LI of' popular colors.e With built-in pillow. NORELCO VIPPRO1200WATTTURBO II Milliard were Saturday u.'sis 4,1, Mr

forGALAXY moo' '.OALLONTRASNCANIRpuiarl.99.1. 3 Choice ol colors RECHARGEABLE DRYER and Mrs. K.E. Thornton at KniMvlcLak >
SHAVER .. tl WITHSPCIAL"rUTlo..rl') III '. They tended the wedding ol
( No Mod.'VP I1T R"11,1"r t299 Carol Beam niece nf :Mrs haddock
Reg< .59 4788 2 speeds 3neatsICKOOl
... and :Mrs Thornton.

\J'I.;"" .Z9r. .'.''''s'iY:!. one Shaves 3 weeks Pop-up on :Lll:Il a.qli,!' 'a.iaC I .g 2' I KYiends of :Mrs. Hoy Uodd> will be
GENERAL ELECTRIC trimmer 9 settings interested to k11O(11" the gruduilmn
l IG. iJj" FLIP FLASH n ". of her granddaughlt'r.1.ll'w: Si lun.
FLASHES on June 10) from Clay High School
r Site 119 A I Maria was cn-valcdictorum with ;a i
Prlc.d ALL ROD& REEL SHARPPOCKETLCDCALCULATOR C grade point average of 4 u forcachat
Use with all Hip flash
I the four years of high school. other
cameras Guaranteed L- awards she received erethe( J I'
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the senior athlete with (ho highest
Select one of our Spin. : Dog,9.998digit ,sPlav r.r.r.., grade point average, the slIp'rilltl'lI'dent's
or-Spm-cast Combos Performs. award for scholastic excellence. '
20" GALAXY OSCILLATING EVEREADYENERGIZER basic matn Ugnt touch keys : the academic scholarship

-FLOOR FAN 16-INCH FAN "C" ; nri; award for being in the top !ten percent
or"D"BATTERIESPACKOP3 I of the class, the English: award the
No.67 13Rfl. Nor.s. 99 MEN'S & LADIES' W) social studies .award the :.N'
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2. Si,. 16 NO.IUIt'SP 139'Durable Honor Society' banner and the BltaClub
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Fine, mesri grill support teal Super Whisper-quiet operation. Pushbutton alkaline cells No.6300: : has been offered scholarships\ b>
airflow with small energy use Quiet' controls. for all usesHAMILTON R 3 trays.25 PRICES I Junior College. She was named Clay.
ments Sturdy Oualily-made timepieces Choice r r. High Star Student in her Junior year
features&bandsRememberDad'' # h- here I .

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Lake Walden (Hciila.
II dancing ut near
j TATAMI I CROSS CHROME over the \\cekl'lIdere: Mae: and
vV bib SANDALS PEN/PENCIL SET Carol Baldwin AI and :Marge Carlisle
Rag'< I4tPrietd Art and Ann Schultz: Garetrt and
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I Have cloth V-straps Sll Priced . 1 :McKinley
: i woven insoles Stylish gilt,,,set..that.will,,be'treasured II
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1 OPEN DAIL Y.9 to 9, SUNDAY 10 to 7 years vice exchange ago and at student that time at BUS stayed 20

Sale Prices good thru Sat June 20th. with the Gibsons He will attend the c.'
FRITO-LAY FLYING'' BEACH 1961 class reunion Saturday) night

TOSTITOS ,INSECT SRRAY, I .... Island will also spend! the weekend '
with !Mrs. Gibson.
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CHOICE 1 1" .No.78" Mr. and Mrs. Harold McConnell of ...;.., 1299"e9. (:;(LG.LL-LLL! E1(LLC( [! Arcadia: were recent visitors of their .
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Waters Tikes Long Route '


A To Tourney Win in Macclenny ,

Paced by Tourney MVP Donald ny Outlaws, 20-3( over Big Ed of Graudons stretched his weekend while to a
Wheeler, 'first-timer Wilbur Waters, Jacksonville 13-3 over the Baker Co. perfect 11-for-ll with 2-2 game
with 2 HR shots and
and hot-hitting Mark Graudons Merchants, 8-4 over Jacksonville's Johns was
and Hull lifted fourbaggers.In
Waters'Bulldozing &: Excavating of Southern Culvert 18-11 over Mer- Wheeler
Starke won a tournament the hard chandise Unlimited of Jax and 5-0 the game against Southern
way last weekend, coming all the way and 11-1 over winner's bracket survivor Culvert Saturday night Graudons'streak
back from an opening round loss to Wiremill of Macclenny. was snapped with an 0-3( game
take the Rebels Invitational in Mac- Wiremill, the Macclenny league but Randall Thomas! and Johns were
clenny. leader, didn't score a run against 3-4 and Bennett homered. That put
Macclenny Crackers pinned an 8-1 Waters until the bottom of the seventh Waters in the loser's bracket finals
defeat on Waters Friday night but the inning in the second final game Sun- and they rallied for 9 runs in the top of
Starke club came back with seven day. They were held to 5 hits in the the first to get past Merchandise
4,4t straight wins- 18-3 over the Macclen- first meeting. In the second final Unlimited. Johns homered, Wheelerwas
pavA : Wheeler Brian Johns and Matt Hull 5-6, Bennett 3-4 and Tommy Wise
4S .bemj ; all smacked home runs and Waterswas 4-6 in that game.
RoadrunnersBusy an easy winner. For the weekend Graudons hit .786
'M Graudons and Wheeler both led ((11-14)), Wheeler hit at a .645 clip with
Waters in its run through the losers 3 homers to take the MVP awards
bracket Saturday.After the loss to the while Johns 'carded a .552 average
WithSummer Crackers, which coach Dwight Elder with 4 HR's and Waters even .500 with
t termed "probably the best thing that his 2 homers. Thomas was at .519 and
could happen to us,"Waters tagged 24 Elder said the left fielder mixed a
RunsThe hits against the Outlaws with Wheeler couple of shoestring catches with
5-for-5, Graudons 4-4 and Tommy some 'takeaways' over the fence in
Wise and Ricky Bennett busting left. Matt Hull hit .485 but Elder said
Roadrunners Club of Bradford 0 ball"hard have 12
homers. he hit the enough to
off 'Battle Scars' from the Game
Showing Pie-Eating
had good participation and good per- The next time out against Big Ed's or 15 home runs anyplace else." All
Are front, left to rlChlIark: Johnson Terry Carroll, !Mark McKinney, and Ernie Williams, and rear Jimmy formances at the All-Comers summer Graudons was 3-3, Wheeler and Hull but one game the win over Big Ed's,
tiurchkk and Coach Untidy Revels. track meet In Orange Park last both 3-4 with home runs, and Waters, was at the spacious baseball field in
Thursday, June 6. the team sponsor playing his first Macclenny."I'm .
Highlights Included firsts by Pam tournament of the year, crunched two definitely putting him on the
Summer Fun in the SunThe Hawkins in the long jump, 220, 100, home runs. Against the Merchants roster," Elder said of Waters.

and in a quick 440 relay (49.10)) with 4r
Starke Rec. Department's Summer program got its start last week with three girls from Raines. Also Linda ====== -=
166 registered 7-14 year olds and 33 children registered in the Tiny Tot program.The DeWitt won three events and Andrew ; : !,
first week of activities included films and aerobic and square-dancing Moon took two firsts while the Summer SpecialsFront Tuesday and Thursday. Wednesday was arts and crafts day with kaleidoscopes Roadrunner boys won the mile relay. 'J.
Rex Bailes had the best decorated one.
being the project. ,
Baseball bean toss with Jason Hug-- Placers in events last week were as ,
Thursday there was a World Series bag
Hall Jones, and Mark McKinney.On follows (with performances In paren- End $88
_ gins coming in first followed by Allen ,Tommy ;
-K: thesis):
contest that
Friday a field day included the events pictured, a pie eating -
challenged the "eaters" to find a ping pong ball in the dream whip pie; a r +.>rwN4' Girls Long Jump-14-15 group Pam
musical water buckets game: filling up jugs with water squeezed from sponges, t'. \ & Hawkins 1st ((17-2). Alignment
a ball hop, balloon chair race piggy back with an egg on head and finding pen- l 1 1 Boys Shot Put- 14-15. Andrew Moon
nies in flour. p / 1st ((29-10), Disc Drum
Rotate Tires
The first place field day team was made upof Jan Kimberly Jonathon Rowe Boys Discis- 14-15, Moon 1st (71-8)). i or i
Amy Dowling, Kellie Kitchens, Loretta Austin, and Renee McCarthy. 100 Yard Dash1415 girls, Hawkins1st Brakes
(11.44); boys Moon 3rd ((14.72). II & Spin $1 4 00 $6995
12-13 girls Carie Coburn 2nd (12.25)); Front
boys Henry Cooper 3rd (13.21)) ; 8-9 Balance
boys, John Loper 3rd ((18.57). & Rear
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Mile Run-14-15 boys, George Crews1st
r I Ir (5:19.55): Henry Cooper 3rd We Now Repair Lawn Mowers
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girls DeWitt Coburn and two others1st
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A Difficult Mayberry McKinney, and Crews of
Fill-Up Roadrunners 1st (4:44.01): ). I II'
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Jr J7 Attempted by :MuikUKiniity.. In the first of the Thursday night
front and a suing of other raters in all-comers meets in Orange Park held
I Splish-Splashing to Music the test of filling up a bntlli with
June 4, which included youngsters as
That's "hlt11I)' Dnwiiugdoes t in a wet musical buckets game. water from sponges./ well as college athletes and adults in i an.i.5iiifcjr| ]$$ .fo .-1fof; ; j jilwifr ""
Club had ijbricfc1''' [home MM
age-group events, the local iyeneer I
seven athletes place in events. '
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100 and 440 dashes with times of
Its Official... yard *i ii
11.49 and 61.96, Linda DeWitt won her
division's mile ((5:54) and ran on the i ;/!

winning mile relay ((4:55.3), George
Clark With Braves Crews and Paul McKinney tied for( I
Kenny Signs first in a mile race ((5:19): ) with McKin-

ney taking the shot put (30-7Mi( An- [
drew Moon won the discus ((77-6)), and
Saturday afternoon in Atlanta Ken- monthly he said,with room a nd board for the year, coming on strong as the Henry Cooper won in the 440 (76.5)). 1"11 t 'r' ) I
ny Clark, the Bradford High super costing $11 per day for each player. season progressed and standing out in Other Roadrunner places: Carie t
shortstop who has been a baseball Kenny said that after the Rookie the playoffs, where he was 7-for-ll as Coburn 3rd in the 100 (13.49) and 2nd
standout locally since Dixie Youth League season ends August 31 all the BUS took the District title and went to in the 440 ((66.46) and 220 (31.38)) ; 1
play, signed a contract and officially players on Atlanta's minor league the Region game. He led BUS in hits Crews 2nd in the 880 ((2:30)) and discus i
joined the Atlanta Braves pro clubs will take part in an instructional ((46)), at bats ((95)), triples ((2)). and tied ((72-3)) and 3rd in the shot put ((27-911)); n
baseball organization.After league that starts in September. No for the lead in doubles ((2) while also Paul McKinney 3rd in the 880 ,
a tour of the Braves impressive mention has been made to him yet knocking in 24 runs and scoring 24. He ((2:30.5): ; and Moon 2nd in the shot
big league locker rooms, introductions about playing Winter baseball. stole 22 bases in 24 attempts.His (28-9). Also Moon, McKinney and
with the likes of Hank 5 Kenny said he was impressed with junior year got attention to as Crews made up Vs of a winning mile I
Aaron, a workout with the other the entire organization after his he hit 427. All-totaled Clark has what relay crew ((4:44.9): ) ,
Brave draftees and two days of being weekend in Atlanta and said "I can are almost certainly school career i
wined and dined (lots of dining) on the already. tell the coaches down therein marks in hits ((105)), runs (70)),doubles
Braves tab at the plush Marriott ( Bradenton) are going to be good." ((11)), and stolen bases ((54)),
Hotel Clark signed Saturday for a The Braves assured him they want He can also field. Coach :Mike
$20,000 bonus package and is now him at shortstop. "I asked them if I Hartley was already saying after Coming Soon In Starke !
ticketed for the Braves rookie team at ever hit it for power would they wantto Kenny s sophomore year that "he
Bradenton of the Gulf Coast League. move me but they said that wouldbe handles himself in the infield better
lie won't have long to pack his bags just a bonus," said the recent Tor- than anybody I've ever coached."
and say his goodbyes. He was to leave nado grad. Kenny headed the GainsvilSun's/
Starke Tuesday, but got an extra) day Clark did rip the ball for power in All-Area baseball team published last
from the Braves until Wednesday, to high school. He hit' .484 (46-for-95> month.
embark on the start of his profes- ; :
sional career. After a couple of daysof "'"""" -- -
working out at Pirate City, home '
complex for three rookie teams and
getting the players acquainted with Celebrate Fathers Day
each other and life away from home, 1 TTI n
league play in the 12-team Gulf Coast
$ Special Programs
League starts Saturday June 20 and-
runs to August 31 at parks in Bradenton June 21st
and Sarasota. '
But it looks like Kenny won't be tak- 8:30.
: a.m. 44 Voice Youth Choir
ing part in the early games. During a '
timed 60 yard sprint in Atlanta he torea '
11:00: a.m. Bill McRae
muscle in the back of his leg and
figures he'll be out of strenuous action Chancel ChoirChilctens
for 2-3 weeks.Bradenton t I t IJI '
is the first stop In the Choirs
Brave system with the rest of the lad-
7:30 Youth Musical/
der including two class A teams- the .
Anderson, South Carolina, Braves in 8Handbell
the South Atlantic League and the Choir DROP BY OUR a- HO 13. ((47 Jacksonville, )
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LEGALSIN Htious name under the IN THE 'CIRCUIT
claimant shall
provisions. of aforesaid COURT. EIGHTH .. sufficient deliver of the June. 1981.By .'!lIfI'obX9.: SISltt.._... ..Moncc: c* ...... MARTHA DIANNAilOBERTS. .and 'Florida '
: copies Chalker Rood' No. U.T.3 at II I A M. on July
statute.: JUDICIALCIRCUIT: "IN" Carolyn S. :roo ( l); INTENTION Wife. JOHN W. BRIDWELL SR...
THE CIRCUIT claim to the clerk to Deputy Clerk.' thence North 9 degrees, NOTICE Counter-Defendant 8, 1981 the following
Dated this' 5th day of AND FOR BRADFORD enable the clerk TO REGISTER
COURT FOR BRADFORD June, A.D. 1981 In Bradlord. COUNTY FLORIDA. each to mall Steve Tribble. Commission 01 minute and 04 FICTITIOUS .' OF $UIT- NOTICE OF described real property:
COUNTY FLORIDA. Florida. 6/11 Xtpd CIVIL ACTION one copy to personal Clerk. seconds East along lost NAME NO PROPERTY SALE

CASE NO. 61233T : 7/2. Cas.No. 8I-273CA. representative.. 6/11 2tchg 6/18. aforesaid Easterly boun- TO: Timothy Dole NOTICE I I. given that South half of the Northeast

W. TATUM. In rJs The Marriage' of,. All persons Interested] ,1 dory 265.0 feet ta anIon Pursuant to Section Roberts c/o Rose Morris pursuant ta a Final Judgment Quarter (S'of
., "' (In, the estate to. whom NE'/i
a ) and that of
Plo.niiff s IN pipe thence South Anderson dated June 12 portion
NOTICE Of WILLIAM,? MILTON fcepy'ttfthis Notice of Administration THE CIRCUIT ; 865.09. Florida Statute*, Yardage ,
vl GULIIAND Husband COURT EIGHTH 89 degree 58 minute notice I Is hereby given Shop 2693 Ballo Ferry 1981 In Case NO. Southeast Quarter of
VICTOR C. UNION JR. INTENTIONTO and FANNIE LOUISE ha* been JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF and 20 seconds Eost, that the undersigned Rd., Anderson California 80-443. of. the Circuit Northwest Quarter (SE%

and CARMEN UNION. REGISTER GILLILAND Wife. mailed are required FLORIDA IN AND FOR parallel with the Northerly EILEEN KANGAS. Rt. I, 96007. Court of the Eighth of NW'/O) lylna East of
Defendant. Road S236, all In
BRADFORD COUNTY boundary of ald YOU ARE HEREBY Judicial Circuit In and
NOTICE ,' /Box 559L2 Keystone
NOTICE j "? OFSUir' ; FIRSt PUBLICATION CASE NO. 81-266 CA. Section ?. .29..38It. to Height' Fl. 32656 sole NOTIFIED that an action for Bradford County, Section 31, Township. 7

OF ACTION Pursuant TO: WILLIAM MILTON OF D.M. HALE JOHN P. the point of beginning. owner, doing business. for Dissolution of marriage Florida In which W. A. South Range 32 East.
to Section THIS
865.09 Florida GIllllAND General under the firm name of
Statutes, objection
and CARMEN UNION, notice Is hereby Delivery Birmingham they may. FERENCE Plaintiff, has been filed against EILEEN'S CUT AND CURL against you and you are PREVATT hi* wife are THEREFROM those pertlons -

77 School Street, the undersigned giventhat Alabama. of the decedent'swill vs you Edgar H. Duke and Rt. 1 I. Box 559L2 required to serve a copy the Plaintiff and described and parcel :

Charlettown GARDEN YOU ARE HEREBY EDGAR H. DUKES you are required to Keystone Heights. Fl. of your written defenses, ROBERT W. in Deed Book I.
Massachusetts 02129. N. T.mpAv./ .,, Starke, NQTIFIED/ that an. actloiy, the personal qualifications Defendant. serve a copy of yourwritten 32656. Intends. to If any to It, on the plaintiff D'AU USTINE and 64, Page 395 Deed Book )

YOU ARE representative 233. Deed Book
defenses. ;
for Dissolution of NOTICE any register said fictitious attorney whose SAUNDRA I.
Fl. marriage
32091, sole the
NOTIFIED that an Action business owner, ha* been filed or venue or OF SUITPROPERTY to it on the plaintiff's attorney nome under the provision nome and address Is D'AUGUSTINE hi* wife, 87, Page 97, i
doing under the jurisdiction of the Court.
to foreclose as set forth In the order
a mortgage whose and H. and and
firm name of JESSIE'S against you and you are ALL name of aforesaid George Pierce P.O. LESLIE E. LACEY
CLAIMS of Final
on the following property LOUNGE. required to serve o TO: EDGAR H. DUKES address I* GEORGE H. statute. Drawer: 1030( Starke, ALICE LACEY hi* wife. Judgment.
in Bradford County, N. Temple copy DEMANDS. AND OBJECTIONS 341 Old Farm Road PIERCE P.O. Drawer Florida' and file Dated June 13, 1981. J
of 32091. are the Defendant I
A.,... Storke, Fl. 32O9], your written defense!. NOT SO FILED Dated this 12th day ofJune.
Florida: Intends to register laid If any to FANNIE LOUISE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED Milton Massachusetts. 1030. Starke, Florida A.D. 1981 In Cloy the original with the will sell to the highest S. BROWN. I
fictitious GILLILAND. whose. address YOU ARE HEREBY 3209 I. and file the Florida. 6/18 4tchg 7/9. clerk of the above styled and best bidder at the CLERK CIRCUIT COURT
under th.provl.lon. .
Commence ot the SE .name of Is; Post Office Bo* NOTIFIED that an Action original with the Clerk of court on or before, July East door of the Bradford by: Beuloh Moody Deputy
corner of NEV. of SE'of'! statute.Dated. aforesaid 573 Hawthorne, Florida Date of the first to foreclose. a mortgage the above styled Court LEGAL NOTICE 16 1981, otherwise a County Courthouse Clerk. I

NE'l,, run thence West this 9th day of 32640 and file the of publication Administration. of this Notice June on the following property on or before July 16 The North Central judgment may be Bradford County, Starke. 6/18 2lchg 6/25.

200 feet for Point of June A.D. 1991 In Brad original with the clerk of II, 1981. : In Bradford County 1981 ; otherwise, a Florida' Health Planning entered against you for j

Beginning. From said ford. Florida. the above styled court on Florida: judgement may be Council has Initiated a the ralief demanded In
6/11 4 tad Alma Johnson
Point of Beginning run 7/2. or before, July 23, 1961, As Personal Forsyth entered against. you for review of proposed uses the complaint or petition. Bradford County
thence North 100 feet; otherwise a judgment Representative A parcel of land containing the relief demanded In of federal fund under Public
of the Now
Estate of
run thence Wear 77.S IN THE CIRCUIT may be entered against Seeber 5.26 acres lying the Complaint or petition. Section .513(.) of Public WITNESS my hand and Library

feet, run thence South COURT, EIGHTH you for the relief Deceased. Forsythe, In Lots 3, 4, S and 6 of Law 96-79 for the the seal 1 of this Court on Cut up at the Library! The Bradford County

'100 feet; run thence Eost JUDICIAL COURT OF demanded In the Petition. ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL Davis Brothers and Witness my hand: and establishment of an occupational June 10 1981. Pulblc Library will be sponsoring a

77 5, feet to the Point ofBagmning FLORIDA IN AND FOR REPRESENTATIVE Truby's Subdivision according seal of this Court on June alcoholism Gilbert S. Brown. A* cosmetology program that will begin at 2 p.m.

29 ., all in Section BRADFORD COUNTY. WITNESS my hand and : John L. Boiling to plat recorded 9, 19-81. program by the Clerk of the Court By: on Wednesday, June 24, and will last approxImntAlv -
Township 6 South, CASE NO. 61-206. the seal' of this Court on 2000 In Deed Book E, Page 680 Gilbert S. Brown as Bradford-Union Marian McRoe, a* Deputy one hmiv*.
Range 22 East this IndependentSquare of the public records of Clerk of the Circuit Guidance Clinic. The Clerk.
CIVIL ACTION 12th day of June, Jacksonville. FL Betty Stevens; a qualified cosmetologist
t981. Bradford County, Florida Court by: Fay N. Resource. Development 6/18 4tchg 7/9.
has been fiI.d 32202. Telephone ((904)I) Bradford-Union Area Vocational-
agaln..tyou Gilbert being more particularly Whlteheod Deputy Committee will consider. ,
STARKE S. Brown, A.CI.rk .
and you or. ,.quir.d 35"-o follows this and
to ..erv. a copy 01 Plaintiff, of the Court. By: 6/11 21chg 611B. as : 6/11 7/2. project accept OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL with assistance from some of her students.
your Faye N. Whitehead, Commence at a concrete' 4tchg comment from the
wrifisn del.n..e.. .>, "If ws o I -1 CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Hairstyling and makeup application will be
any located the
monument ot it
ROBERT HUGH EDEN- Deputy Clerk. NOTICE OF IN THE CIRCUIT COURT public at regularly
to it on RICHARD E. WEIrY NE BRADFORD COUNTY discussed and demonstrated. If time permits,
FIELD and EFFIE 6/18 4tpd 7/9. HEARINGDOCKET corner of Section 7, FOR BRADFORD COUNTY scheduled meeting at

Plaintiff's attorney, BEATRICE EDENFIELD, his. NO. 810181-EU Township. 7 South, Range FLORIDA. 6:00 P.M. on Thursday. CIVIL ACTION there may be two haircut demonstrations and

whose address if 154 wire.. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 22 East and run South CIVIL ACTION July 2. 1981 at the 3rd Case. two makeup applications. Four young adult
North Temple Avenue.P 13'40" West along the Floor DHRS Conference No. 81-278CA. volunteers will be needed for the demonstra
Defendants.' FOR BRADFORD COUNTY NOTICE Is hereby CASE NO. 80-494-CA..
In Re The of
O Box : Adoption
995 Starke. Easterly boundary Room. 2002 N.W. 13th tions. Any young adults that are interested
before 6 32091 on or OF SUIT DIVISION. Case No8140CP. 403.537(1)( ). F.S., that the .thereof 215.0 feet to a J.D. HARTMANN Street. Gainesville. The THY. by JOEL S. must contact the library at 964-6400. The

file the July 1981 and NO PROPERTY Division Florida Public Service concrete monument at Plaintiff, application Is available BOLANTE hi library welcomes all young adults and adults
Clerk of original this with the TO.; Robert Hugh Eden- 13308. Commission will hold a the NE corner of Lot 5 of vs for Inspection and copyIng father.Petitioner.. step for this most informative program. For more

before service Court either Plain field and Effie Beatrice In re: Estate of SEEBER public hearing on the said .subdivision. for point DANIEL L. KITE. Defendant. at the Council office, information, contact us by phone or by

tiff's, on immediately Edenfield., 1350 S. Tread- FORSYTHE Deceased. petition of Florida Power of beginning. From point 2002 N.W. 13th Street NOTICE OF visiting the library, located at 105 East
thereafter or way m, Abilene, Texas NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION & Light Co. to determine of beginning thus Suite 103 Gainesville, ACTIONTO Jackson Street, in Starke.
79602. the need for a 500 KV described run North NOTICE Florida. Mchg6/18. The
otherwise, a default will 3958'20" West : RALPH ARTHUR Library will also be presenting its
be entered against you YOU ARE HEREBY transmission line from with the parallel boundary SALENOTICE NOTICE NASWORTHY JR., 234'/' regular story time program from 10 to 10:30:
for NOTIFIED that an Action TO ALL PERSONS HAVING Its "Duval" substation. Northerly I I. hereby East Third a.m. June
the relief demanded of Street Apartment on 23. All children bet
said Section 7, FOR TAX DEED
,in the Complaint for 'Mortgage I CLAIMS OR located In Duval County given/ that pursuant to D, Pohokee, ween the ages of 3 6 are welcome to come
771.97 feet
Foreclosure' has been DEMANDS AGAINST THE Florida (Section I. T3S to an
filed the Final
Florida 33 and
Witness hand and my ABOVE R23E pipe; thence' South GIVEN that MARY LOU story
against and ESTATE AND ALL ), to its proposed"Pointsett" entered In
seal of this you you cause YOU ARE HEREBY
Court on 29 that will be offered.
01'40" West 296.98 GREEN the holder of the
May 1981Gilbert are required to serve a OTHER PERSONS INTERESTED substation. to numbered 8O-494-CA. In NOTIFIED that an action
S. Brown as copy of your written IKI THE ESTATE: be located west of Its feet: thence South89"S8'20" the Circuit Court for following certificates has for Adoption has been Future Lives Saved

Clerk of the defenses if any to it, on YOU ARE HEREBY "Brevard" .substation in East parallel Bradford County filed said certificates for filed and
Court by.; Beulah Circuit M. the plaintiff's attarn.y.whose NOTIFIED that the administration Orange County Florida, with aforesaid Northerly Florida I will sell theprop.ty a tax deed to be Issued. to serve you a are copy required of There was a lot of huffing and puffing at the

Moody Deputy Clerk. name and addrest of the (Sections 21 and 28, boundary 770.86 feet to described a*: thereon. .The certificate written defenses, If Bradford County Public Library on Saturday,
aforesaid. Easterly boundary numbers and of Issuance June 13.Twelve.
6 4 6/25 Is George H. estate of SEEBER FOR T245 R34E). The proposed years the
4fchq any to it, on Petitioner's
Pierce, P.O. Drawer SYTHE, deceased File transmission line is to ; thence North One 1977 Concord the description whose children and adults learned carliopulmonary -

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 1030. Starke. Florida Number 81-40-CP, Is connect to FPL' proposed I3'40" East along said Mobile Home. ID Nos. of the property and the name and attorney address Is J.J. resuscitation the process of

OF FLORIDA. EIGHTH 32091. and file the pending in the Circuit "Rice" substation. In Easterly boundary 296.93 3377479292A and names In which It was WOLBERT. JR. of ventilating and external heart massage. Cerified -
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN Court for Bradford Putnam feet to the point ofbeginning. assessed are as follows:
original with the Clerk of County County and Its 33774792928 WOLBERT. SAXON ft in CPR, Dan Cuddingtron, Paul West
AND FOR BRADFORD the above styled court Florida Probate Division proposed "Rima" .substation Certificate No. 130.: MIDDLETON. STARKE. and Sandra Obriant-Johnson held individual,

COUNTY FLORIDA. on or before July II, the address of In Volusla County. ALSO at public sole, to the Year of Issuance 1969 FLORIDA 32091. on or instruction and practice on

1981 otherwise, a which Is, P.O. Drawer 8.Slork. The hearing will be held A parcel of land containing highest bidder for cash, Description. of Property before July 23, 1981 and mannequins, courtesy of the Bradford resuscitating
HAYNES ENTERPRISES judgement may be .. Florida 32091. ot the following time and 7.69 acres more at the front door: of the : file the with the hospital.
INC d b/a CAPTAIN entered against you for The personal representative place: or less, lying in Lots 5.6. Bradford County CourthouseIn S'/i' of SW1/' of SW'/4' clerk of original this. court either -
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CLEAN the relief demanded In of the estate' Is and 7 of Davis Brothers Starke. Florida EX R/W. SEC. 30. before service .

Plaintiff. the Complaint or Petition. ALMA JOHNSON FOR 9:30 a.m., Friday June and Truby's Subdivision between 11 A.M. and 2 Township7' S., Range 22. tioner't on petl Immediately

v* SYTHE whose address Is 26, 1981 County Council a* per plat thereof p.m. on the 2nd day of Name In which assess. attorney thereafter or Realtor NewsBradfordUnion'County

JOHN E RAMSEY and Witness my hand and Route 2, Box 1062. Chambers 3rd Floor recorded In Deed Book E, July. 1981.GILBERT. ed. C.N. Williams. otherwise ;

SHERRY RAMSEY hit. seal ol this Court on June Starke. Florida 32091. Volusia County Courthouse Page 680 of the public S. BROWN, All of said prop.rtybeing be entered a judgementwill for
wife' 3 The and address Ann. records of Bradford In the County of
1931. name of >e. 125 East CLERK CIRCUIT COURT relief demanded In the Board of Realtors
Defendants. Gilbert S. Brown, as the personal. representative Orange Avenue, County Florida; said by: Beuloh Moody, Deputy Bradford, State of petition. President Lillian Pearson, and hell husband,
NOTICE OF Clerk of the Circuit .s attorney are set Daytona Beach Florida. parcel being more particularly Clerk. Florida.Unless. WITNESS hand and Gene Pearson, attended the Florida Associa
PUBLIC SALE Court, by; Faye N. forth' below: described as 6/18 6/25. such certificate tion of
2tchg the seal of said Court on Realtors Mid-Year Meeting held at The
YOU ARE HEREBY Whitehead Deputy All persons having Testimony .sponsored follows: or certificates. shall be
June 16. 1981.Gilbert Breakers In Palm Beach from June 9
NOTIFIED that public Clerk. claims or demands by Florida Power S Light NOTICE OF redeemed according to the 13th. through
sale of the below- 6/11 4lehg 72.NOTICE against the estate' are Co. .shall be prefiled with Commence at a concrete INTENTIONTO law the property described S. Brown
Clerk. As Clerk of said There
monument located In such certificate were over 1250 in attendance including
described, property shall) required. WITHIN THREE the Commission Clerk In REGISTER or
OF at the NE corner of Section certificates will Court, By: Faye N, National Association of Realtors
be held by Gilbert, S. MONTHS FROM THE the form of standard FICTITIOUS be sold
Brown Clerk of the Circuit INTENTIONTO DATE OF THE FIRST transcribed pages 7, Township 7 South NAME to the highest bidder at Whitehead. As Deputy President John R. Wood of Naples Fla.,

Court Eighth' REGISTER PUBLICATION OF THIS double-spaced with 25 Range 22 East. and run the court house door on Clerk. Florida Board of Real Estate Chairman

Judicial Circuit., In and FICTITIOUS NOTICE to file with the numbered lines no later South 0 degrees, 13 Pursuant. to Section the 22nd day of July 6/18 4tchg 7/9. Virginia Bishop of Lake City, Member Arthur

for Bradford County ore NAME clerk of the above court than June 19. 1981.SubstQntlully minutes. and 40 seconds 865.09. Florida/ Statutes 1981. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT N. Hamel, Fort Myers and Executive Direc

the 25th day of June Pursuant to Section a written .statement' of affected West along the Easterly notice Is hereby given Dated this 1st day of OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL tor C.B. Stafford.

1981 ot 11 00 A.M. to 865.09. Florida Statutes, any claim or demand person will be given an boundary thereof, 511.93 that the undersigned' : June, 1981.GILBERT. CIRCUIT IN AND FOR Educational programs and Committee

the highest bidder for ,notice Is hereby giventhat they may have. Each opportunity to participate feet to an Iron pipe for GARDEN LIQUORS. INC.N. S. BROWN, BRADFORD COUNTY. I I Meetings were held each day climaxing with

cash except as set forth the undersigned .(aim must be in writing as provided In the point of beginning. Temple A.,.., Starke, CLERK by Beuloh M. FLORIDA. the Second Regular Meeting of F.A.R. Board

hereafter at the Eost DIANA t. NOVOTNY and must indicate the Section 120.57 F.S. The From point of beginning Fl. 32091 sole owner, Moody. CASE NO. 80443. of Directors on Saturday, June 13th with"

door of the Courthouse and ROBERT I. COOPER basis. for the claim, the proceedings will be' thus describedcontinue doing business under the Clerk of Circuit Court WA. PREVATT and F.A.R. President William A. Watson, Jr.
Starke Bradford County' co-owners doing name and address of the governed by the provisions South 0 degree*, 13 firm name of JESSIE'S of Bradford County HELEN J. PREVATT. his I pres dmg.'i' .

Florida: business under the firm creditor or his agent or of Sections 120.57 minutes and 40 seconds LOUNGE N. Temple Florida.IN wife. Of importance Xml"Interest I" td

name of OTSEGO CEDAR attorney, and the and 120.58. F.S., and West, along said Easterly Ave., Starke, Fl. 32091 Plaintiffs I members attending was the recent Bills
lots 2 and amount claimed. If the boundary 248.12 feet to Intends THE CIRCUIT pass
4. Block 38 LOG HOMES of NOR Chapters 28-5 and 25-2 to register said vs. ed by both houses of the
of J M Johns Addition' ol THWEST Fl., intends to claim is not yet due, 'the F.A.C. Jurisdiction. to a concrete monument; fictitious name under the COURT. EIGHTH ROBERT W establish the Florida Legislature tos: re

Section 28 Township o, said fictitious dale when it will, become determine the need for thence South' 89 degrees provisions of aforesaid: JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF D'AUGUSTINE and to Real Estate Commission
Range 22 Bradford register due shall be stated. If electrical transmission 26 minutes and 30 statute. FLORIDA IN AND FOR SAUNDRA provide more effectivej-egtrtdtion\ of

County name under of aforesaid the provisions the claim is contingent orunliquidated lines is vested In the seconds West parallel Dated this 9th day ofJune. BRADFORD COUNTY. D'AUGUSTINE his wife I., all the Real Estate industry with protection for

statute. the nature Commission by s. with the Northerly boundary A.D. 1981 in Bradford FLORIDA. and LESLIE E. LACEY and consumers. Governor Graham has in

Said public sale will be Dated this 5lh of of the uncertainty, .shall 403.537 F.S. of sold Lot' 5, 6, Florida. 6/11 4tchg CIVIL ACTION ALICE LACEY. his wife, dicated he will Veto this bill. 'iVcrtirgeritly re

tnade pursuant to that June, : A.D. 1981 day in be slated. If the claim Is By DIRECTION of the and 7, 1335.32; feet to onIon 7/2. Case. No. BI.198.T1M.QT"'Y. Defendants/Counter- quest that he sign the Bill into Taw, Our '
mal Judgm.ntE.lobllShng Crestview, Florida. 6/18 secured the security FLORIDA PUBLIC SERVICE pipe located on the DALE Plaintiffs. Representative and Senators and Realtors! t

Lien in tpd 7/9. shall be described. The COMMISSION this 1st of Easterly boundary of' the ROBERTS. Husband AND are in.favor of this legislation. .

HAYNES Favor of ENTERPRISES.Plaintiff./ I' I I

INC d b a CAPTAIN ,.
entered bthe Circuit lalph Bryan Real EstalV

Court for the Eighth ... ...Q'W .,. C ,......J

Judicial' Circuit in and RALPH BRYAN REAL ESTATErTI'

for Bradford County '" -I "'.. 01: .,.,
on 310' W. Call St.Cor. I..J3
Real Estate
'the 26th day of May Buys

1981 ( US 301' & Call St.)
964-8788. ANYTIME

by Beulah Moody Depu. \MONDA V.FRIDA V 9.5 p.m. SAWRDAY9t2Evenno \ 964"5231 FflU KNER '

ty Clerk ;* and Sundayt by appointmentRalph e?
P. Bryan REALTOR This :3 bedroom. 1 both RORIWfD

OFINTENTION I oDe home that Is being completely u:! R8UTY

COUNTRY CLUB Like new 3 BR 2 Bath, Fam. Room with restored.. Call us 9G4-5065 [IJr"A'QfJ ,.. ?.

TO REGISTER fireplace, cent heat/air w/w carpet closed garocje, Real Estate for the details. 'Phone 964-7700

FICTITIOUS $17,000 equity t assume $50.000 mortgage at 13 'o. total. <9 393 N. Temple Avenue Jf

964-7828 986 N. Temple., This 4 bedroom. 1 1'1. bath 221 Lafayette St. Acretf from Wlthbone IN CITY .Jj

Pursuant to Sectior TO TOWN/bank/post olflce/church 2 bedroom/ home has been drastically Office Space For Rent 3 BR concrete blk. houte. 1 1

865 09 Florida Statutes I both block. home central heatairsop.. dining room* CEORGI reduced to "7.100. Thlt' bath also extra

notice Is hereby given fam. room S29.BOO (Existing 1st mortgage appro. ROBERTS Broker home has approximately OFFICE HOURS) with bath fer apartmeni additional .K1
RODNEY that the LEE undersigned.SUMMER.Rt $18.500 @r3 /,%). ASSOCIATES) 2.114 square feet of Monday Friday e Saturday* 3 /living' area or could berented. .:: '.

I. Box 261B. Weekend and Evenings Call heated ..pac!. WALNUT SIREET .elder home Can be bought fun .
nice/ let.'o .
Keystone ACRES |lu..t. out .of city limits. Zoned for home *. Richard Roberts M4-559S Ann Godwin.'64-SISf nllhed/ or unfurnished. P
Heights. Fl mobile "..m... Slice. ORANGE STREET
Patsy 964-657
S7.0ClO.'n '
32656 business sole under owner the doing firm A' John .. Smith V14-6217 Linda W.Heddlng Johns4OT7 What nice lot to build 1.88 ACRI Bulldlno! Site Hal teptlc .0.... well light pole_' 2 ES' HAM'TONAR

MINT CONDITION Inside. and/ out on almost I acre In that new dream home on. \'
name ol THE EYEGLASS townM 2 full baths HOMES STARKI3BR. THRCE LOTS Salft.'.'on Cherry St. A..umoble '
Block home-IK- Fam. Rm.Cent.. $4.800. morfgage. 9t ,
STORE. P.O. Box 59. 103 or. '
18. frm fO'xIOO' In ,
Heot/alr Almost'new .stove Rel. I dlthwasher garage. lot-Colllns PI. I :
Edwards I
Rd. Starke. Fl. a .
{Frame home
S"5.000.'t S en t lots with warehouse_Walnut St. UNION COUNTY

32091 register said'Intends fictitious to I I 1.. Block Fenced 423 Plnewood/ 0,. '.1' acres of farm land. CLOSE TO CROSBr LAKE Home with mobile home hook I 30 ACRES

38R. 1V4B, Block' nice IJ20 up. 1'/4 acrei.SPANISH .
Neat 3tt Searing St.
name under 'the provisions Frame, Cor. Lot Scraened-ln front parch $17.100. With stream thru
of ..aforesaidstatute. closed In back porch. $22,500. -38*. Z.. 2100 a q. ft.LA oprx. P/IA., w/rnt. epts.-IOOW. (770.00 property.:
Frame home, goad location, 2BR,2B-Park. Place. LOOK HIRE HACIENDA "II.. 28 en 22% ac,... Beautifully/ per acre.f

Dated this 22nd day of -Z'/, acres $5,000 S Acres St.OOO Term. OUT-OF-TOWN HOMES >Thl/. 3 ",.elr_.' 3 bath/ designed home. J ACRES BROOKER AREA

May A D. 1931 In Brad .MOBILEHOME-1978/ Champion en 1 ac. Off Boyle** Hwy.3BR. .concrete block'home ha* a.nice 5.8 ACRES Call J... Kelly for details.

ford. Florida. 5/28 4lpd SK230E S'/i acre*.* fine strand of harvetoble. timber I 18. frm. 21 acres. 3-car garage-M.l. Sterling Rd., ,.rd:$37.000., .'..- with tingle/ wide mobile home.. 2MA.WE .

6 18 I surveyed/ 'for lot .subdivision/ $2ijOX; >. 1' ,t" ........1., frame, large lot, lake Butl.,. I GOOD LOCATION
I \1AppolC. : : 3IR..3S. Stucce. Fireplace 301 South. NIC NEIGHBORHOOD SEVERAL LOCATIONS ON HWY 381 TO CHOOSE 12 acre ol
NOTICE FROM WITH OR good land :3 B.
INTENTIONTO OF 20 acre liS 31 go** to Rallro* i Wooded. lerge lot i mobile /homes-Sampson take Rd.Beautiful. Come*' With' this '3bedroorrij WITHOUT BUILDINGS. Room 2 bath home,

REGISTER ".000 per A. with terms. .. .,.., '_... 4 ...2a. brick, epx. 10A-W. of lev/ley. : ..,.I. bot.h. home.. LAYER FARM'. 20 Hook screened patio. Call for anappointment.
acre for
mobile home.
FICTITIOUS : ' 9 BR, IB. lg.outbldg.ap. 4V1 AStern Rd. '. .5 ,<.J ) up / ..

NAME 10 Acre wooded;' pines $21,000 and $24.000. with j -S .1, '1.. frame, 100x75 let, w/garage' Hampton., '" -, i)1J' I COMMERCIAL

term Peel. FF, :38*. 2.. Brick-Country Club .,... Al'", S"- .o I" ,? .. I: s"It BUILDING ON CALL ST. 2 Mperate Here 3 bedroom/ bath corner lot
._ _1 lronta.,2500 ,ach. Will cell
SA. .Live In ene endu e.theolhet together er teperate. "
large >
Pursuant to Section"' ; appro. 3BR. 28 S.R. 1001. ,. ,/ In city.,
865.09, Florida Statute, -I Acre mobile. Home ie> S3400. .-. ____ ; es.e ..", al. ..Sypolement ,! -'
_, ACREAGE ORANGE ST. :3BR, '/ B / ..
the .1 concrete ./04 Extra Included.
I ;
notice is hereby given ., *" Ji ftwt: _,. r.mWl 160 Acre an Mark.lee 'mortgage p v MOBILE HOME
.o..eI.I" .
that the undersigned, HAVIOTHER LITI C-OHfrUI fOIl"'iL YCJU ,REA1 \ Acre off Starling ment. Both dames far Apartment For Rent And large lot near
US-MI South. Crosby
EWELL F. CRAFT Ht. 2. I ESTATI NEEDS. *3tflMCAtlUJAt ( ''' a....
I' '- -7 oe.s.,,2 frailer hook-ups lake Shore. ;'''! 11"11" I'L..r' Pop.rty'Manog.m.n. Service' Mostly furnished.
Box S5B Storke. Fl.' '6Zi1'l -,A. UIME ftf""oat lake Let ...; la.... Crosby /}.. ,. ," ..:II'u ... Ready te move In.
32091 sole' owner doing "i f<\ :" O\I -! NIGHl1J! t' 'r..1 "n. U.JtI Appra.I.SU..II *

business under the firm f ,," ... ../'If'1pt tjpUh.."" proxtrntrtWTacres' In lawtey Area. JC'rf r .1f'f.! '''(''4 ,,,, M. ';Feulkner-RIALTOX-ffM-SOU Evenlngsi/ Flease
nome of CRAFT'S LlIII_ Ci Paaf\on. Na" W.r...._. eacresicjfft2M.! tlleen $tenley-473-30M> 'Irene 1. Faulkner. .RIALTOH-ASJOCIATE-f, call

SALVAGE. Rt. 2, BOM .roll"rISoloUl d"&. \ A.. ''f' T k.tlihl.lIO'flceM ecre Mobtfe Home //ot Woodland., Acre ., "" .1O" U"f Lucille Spry BRQKIR SALESMAN-44-8420 Vernle OaW." Broker
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558. Starke. Fl. 32091. 'Intends ...... .t:4U: .autIfuIIO ecres-Country Club area. ." .... AAO' .. ., : Albeit/ Qreudent-SALISMAN-fU- 44-S47*.
.--f '. ,
to .. .. .. ,A. "\ .. Ntce tot Club. tli.,I.1Yto J.R. Kelly, Associate
register. t od ffc. 4 t"'t .t, ., Country 4 rtl... !"4.o'Ut '.r I :Sandra W. Reddlch.' Rf ALTOR-Af SOCIATI-41I-130J Lynn Devi, Associate

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June ... IPa1 TELEGRAPH Page 13AStarke

I ,', ... .. ..,- ,
: ,,' ," "" .
Winners' -" /
Sr. 1;
Boys Draw
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; ., .
/ Stars and StarsOpen
Jox tandlt. Field Coda ,. .. Jr.

(I)- toward S*.dWWmtaU ',J '
Frl 10:00.m (W) ((2 '

Sylvoitor BMP ( ;rvl.\ ,I'I ; > Youth Softball Weekend

Sol XiM: : pml ,
(W (*'
t Fodoral 1'Jonton Bcb :'

Sot fi30 pm (E)) ((3jDgvonport I '/ ,r. With Back-to-Back GamesThe
I I 'i\\ ,
't, }I 'ft
\b 4 "f
) Fourth Annual Civitan Club Invitational ...........................
Miami tandlto for Starke's first youth Invitationalbut
Sot .i15pmE( ) ((13 the first for youth teams organizers are hoping the event

opens Friday night with the Stars aniJr. The fact that the national guardsare will get bigger and bigger. Also the
Sot Stars from Starke heading a three- most of the motel in
STARKI STARS using space Starke Star Invitational may got to a
1IS3-m( ) ( -.".-. game opening night schedule at Starke plus another Senior Boys youth form in future years puttingtwo
Westside Field. scheduled for this weekend in in Starke
tourney ASA youth tourneys
Fr17 pili ((1N) ((1 The Stars play Lake City at 7 p.m. Tifton held down the number of teams each year.eliminated.
to kick off play in the 9-team Senior
Lake City Boy (16-18)) division. Then the Junior
,Sot 3:43 pm (I) ((10Jax Sun 2t30 pm (W) (U
wlm/.r Stars go up against the defending national -
AttrolHo I '.;'. champion Tifton Mavericks at
8:30 pm. in the first game of the Jr. Girls Draw
Sot 10:" am ((1r) ((4] 7-team Junior Boys (13-15) tourney.
II I The Junior Girls tourney which N.acc......
Tifton Wildcat .'j I will be run at Pratt St. in conjunction
with the 2 boys events, will start All gam** playod at Pratt St.4pm .
I ILosers' Saturday morning at 8:30: a.m. with '_ 11 em -
; .
the Starkettes playing Green Cove ITAlltcITT1S <3i3O -- -- --

Bracket. I Springs followed by a 9:45 game bet-
| ween the Reno Rec. team and
$31p.(171( ; Baldwin. The 6-team girls tourney I am (I

Loior 13 ( ) will go just Saturday at Pratt St., with
I the first title game set for 8:15: p.m.
I losor 10 Play in the Junior Boys and Senior
I "
loiar Sat (7
Sot Boys tourneys continues all day
10:1 pm I Saturday afternoon at Westside and
'ilS ((1! O.IdwlnIIf10
Sat 10:" am (E) (' pm
(W) (W I Edwards Road with the championship
games set for Sunday afternoonat
Sot I II 1:00: and 2:30 at Westside. If secondtitle ttd.", ((2
lour 3 IllS pm (11 I games are needed they'll follow
( ) at Westside. SIC

Sot I Included in an extremely tough fol .-- '
-. 1:45 I pm (14( IbIS ,..
lo.*f 3 (W) I Junior division are two of the top wlnn.r
three finishers at last season's national TaI......._ 7:43 pm ((10Lor7 I:
-- -J| championships. The favoritesare
Lour > I Lor14j ', the Mavericks, the national I

", Sat ., j If 1.1 Le" champs who won a big youth tourney losers BracketIi30pm II II I
__._____. <, -"
Loior 4. pm ((11 ';' I in Tifton last week (see related
I story). Satellite Beach's Satellites I
( ) .' .
,'. .
J .\ the defending Florida champs who I
'. Sol 1il5 pm (W) ((7 finished 3rd at nationals last year, are

,.' '\ also in, along with Martin Downs of (ti F- I
-" Jensen Beach third placers at Tifton, .,30 pM (t .-_ I ILa.
,. lour SWinners' ,' and Georgia the Flyers.highly-regarded Sylvester, I

10 .
There's more unknown quantities In .., 3 lllS (I I
the Senior Boys division but includedin 1
the field is defending state champ pm ((11-I winner-
Jensen Beach 1st Federal along with .
Jr. Boys Draw Miami's Banditos, a perennial national U..r V I
.. tourney qualifier which took L I
11th at nationals last season. Also Xt4Spm ((4 _ -J

Satalllt.* Sylvester, Georgia's Bucs were 9th in LOM.T of 10if
\ I i'l Tifton last weekend and
-- Davenporthad
.'. Coda t 1 Ut: Loss
a strong team at the state tourney t..r 1'
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,1 r ', ;" ,.f ,.; .' ''1Or. Stars two games and left them 8th in a went 10-12 (.833 average) and cracked riors 11.10 Saturday afternoon

., I .. ,"' .. ; ,::' ",. 15-team Senior Boys field and the Jr. 3 homers plus inside-the-park shot. "The boys Just didn't play their best
Sat. noon ( ) ((5 ----- :
:t. .... Stars were 0-2 and 10th in the Junior He ripped 2 out in the win over Stone ball against Tifton" said Coach Her
Catiolboryi I .'. Boys division of last weekend's Mountain as the Stars had 14 hits, including man Schoening. "They were outsized

'., ..i ,1 -' mqnll. I.WH, ILl I" 1 '"., Friendly City youth Softball tournament 3 homers in 4 at bats. Scott tw-to-one plus had to play during a
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i I. :I.H' / ;l ''ijnJbn'Hi "u119''.,f f1'1 1 .. Whinor in Tifton, Georgia.The Hudson banged out an .813 weekend down said the fact
Sot t30mW( ) ( ""..'OII"1'! IIv I II Stars won two and lost two in (13-18) with 10 runs and 2 inside-the- that tame was the Jr. Stars first
) ((11
I ; : ; ,,' Sun1OOpmW I the 18-and-under event which was park homers, and Teston (9-12, .750) in a tournament led to some jitterstoo.
I Ejlv..MrPly.n, '.j ,', ,',f< 1J! /O'11i at 110" > won by the hometown Tifton Bandits Randy Andrews (8-12, .667)), ani Bo Wheeler's 2-for-2 night was a
nnu)9": ubni 9iufe8 !lI'H 3dt'I( I with HoJo's of Tifton second. In its Johnson (7-12, .583) also hit the ball highlight.

I'I I,1( lIS.rf I." Vu7 1'3111"01'1":') Un I I j opener Friday night the Starke club for average. Those five combined hit "They played a super game against
> '(I'Losere'7Br.cket' o1+'J Itlwrl.' .:"; 1.." ', "a''"' (W) ((13 ,- -WinnerJ.LoierS -' outhit McDonald's of Moultrie, Ga. .734 with 47 of the team's 81 base hits Ashburn Schoening said of the

r, ) NGI ion, ? .r...9. '% gll.,,,,trait......I':96i., ".,<1 '. Sun 4:00 ant 1j I ,,' 20-13 as Mike Teston Chuck Johnson, and 29 of the 41 runs. Reserves Larry Saturday afternoon game in which
,. III; In blJl 1 ,; y 1(' '. ,( I lo.erSot ,I ,. I and Tom Paladino were 11-for-ll Long and Eddie McGee were 2-2 and the Jr.Stars built up a 10-7 leading going
>II I _L., ....:. l > fv, .:, : combined but the Stars stranded 12 1-2 respectively. into the fifth The Warriors scored

Loior4Leiar i .. .,. .... I .. baserunners and lost 1211. The winning Bandits didn't have an 4 runs on 2 errors in that inning to
____ ._ _.......... ...._. .. ,,, :. I They came back to whip the Ten- easy time winning the competitive make the final count 1110.

(WI : nessee state champion Johnson City tourney. They got past the winner's 'The Starke boys cracked IS hits
Sat 5:00 P'" --- *130 pm ((11 .,m'-ti, I J! A's 8-3 and eliminate the Stone Moun- bracket finals against defending against the Warriors, including an

j (I) ;' :, t, ". I :, ,.,f tain, Ga. Pirates 164 in 4V4 innings Florida champ Jensen Beach when Inside-the-park home run by Jimmy
______ :I# :,W, ., ;.\ but then were topped by the Fitzgerald Jensen mistakenly made an illegal Schoening. Schoening was 3-for-4,
Sat. 2:30 pm (W)3.( ..... .ti ...... .w .,' t', I .;'" Ga, Homers 104 as lost substition and had to forfeit with a Timmy Nugent 2-2,Kenny DeWitt and

't'tI ., '1-.. I '. .' .j. chances both at bat and in the field, two-run lead In the sixth inning. Tudy O'Neal 2.3. Kevin Johns 2-4,
..___ .I Sat Gf*. '*y a I. ''> .. ,,..; .' hLONr2 ;, '" again were the Stars downfall.Up In the finals the HoJo's nipped the Randy Wheeler 1-1, and Donald Thor-
'. ) _,._, _"'_r .1;,V ", I '. 5-2 In the third inning of the Bandits by one run to force a second ton 1-2 for the Jr. Stars. Randy
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__.! :-:! \ (I) _,. '. A, ,v':.: ,", a scoring oppurtunity when Nipper that one by another single-run base hits.
..4J' .'/La..' I .. I : was thrown out at third base and then margin. The defending national champion
(rt'ofl't'h! \ t '3 .. "ir 'rR ," I ,I. ? turned around and gave the Homersthe Jensen Beach took third with Tifton Mavericks took the 13-15 boys
", lead with four errors in the bottomof McDonald's of Moultrie fourth; Hartford event, with Galloway Sporting Goods
Sot 3:43 pm (W) ((7 .... .I the inning That left it 8-5 Fit- Ala. fifth; and the Homers sixth.In of South Carolina second Martin
-' zgerald and the Stars couldn't come the Junior Boys tourney the Stars Downs Jensen Beach third, the Ex.
J I Utorof UH back. lost to the fourth-place Tifton Express press fourth Anderson Astros of
.. lit Ion Even in the 2-2 weekend the Stars 17-0 Friday night but came back to South Carolina fifth, and Sylvester,
J. hit .530 as a team and outscored theSports lead most of the way before being Ga. Flyers sixth.


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was the Yankees out of the gates Jeff adding :2 scores each. Gift
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first as the Smallfry-Softball league Smallfry Evan got home 3 times for the Suns

opened with play on ,Tuesday, with Larry. Kelly, Holly, Raymond That Will Last. For
Wednesday and Thursday mornings.The Softball and Matt scoring 2 runs. Quiz ,

Yanks were 3-0 after Tuesday's Father's Day
play while the Pirates and Astros both June -___ ___ _
picked up a couple of wins( in their Raymond Trimble managed 2 of the AXros 13: > Sans 8 H.d.'. of Stark la tpon.orina .
first 3 games. Suns 3 scores. Chris hit a home run and he and tporti quiz for that Ian who know.....r Monday Friday S:30 a.m, tH 6 pm, _

June II Timmy Taylor scored S times apieceto .port* and alia' leva to oat at Hard**'*.. Sat 4 8un. 60O: am til g pm._
June 16 lead the! Astros over the Suns. 'Th. llrtt t th.
Pirates 17 Galore I pr on coming *
Aztro113 Gator a and Devin Jackson Rhonda Bryant and Leaton Morgan ToUgraph Thundoy with Hl. correct
Chad Welch and Tommy Taylor scored John a Loper couple of runs each to lead added a couple of scores apiece for answer to this wook't Sparta Quit wtoicoupon 10% off Tackle! Boxes
while touched
scored 3 runs apiece and Rhonda the winners David for.'roo Chlckon dot Sandwich
Bryant and Chris Tucker 1 added 2 the Andy Pirates.Goodowns, and Richard home twice for the Suns. plus. .....kl...ll wlt. Th.n.d flvo par* Any Rid a Reel Reg. Sale

tallies as the' Astros tamed the Rasnick were the Gators who came Galore It Red S lens bringing In the right ...*_ wrln Purchased Together Tray 7.85 6.66

Gators. home 2 times. Jeremy Crawford, Frankie Bush Chhkon Fllat coupon, 2 Tray 10.50 8.88 v
Crawford scored his first 2
Jeremy and Richard Barnick each scored Chock out coming 'Issues for fuN" 3 Tray 16.95 14.44
times up for the l losers. : Reds .1 Astro* I twice to spark the Gators to a season- Il.rd.'s Sporti Quit qu.........

The Reds got their first win as opening win. .
Yankees 14 Red I Chris David Elder, and Sean Sport Cooper had two runs for the 2.99
The undefeated Yankees stayed Frederick Jones all tallied 2 runs. Reds S HATS Reg.3.99
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the Prevatt scored a couple oS times for scored the losing cause. Yankees I Pirate 7 .

winners. Red I The Yankees edged the Pirates by a Bait & Tackl
Mikey the only
Tierney was June I. rem as Emory Prevail and Jeff came Sale Good From
2 times
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/ scorers and John Loper > at bats with Blake Thomas scoring 4 they scored five runs. In. their half of, Who U th* .
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Volunteer Welcome 1st League Loss for. ..Kingpins'T". ,
Help 1.- '' '' "

With Edwards Road I t Rowdies Stun Dominos 43The

"Let's and let's gof" Rowdies did what no other June
KDITOSI'S: NOTE: The first Instjllment get together Youth league team had managed this year Women's Open Dominos
, Edward Akridge a 34 Alligator Cr. 0
+ in this series the Dominos when
the Edwards -
on winning over
league coach who along with other The Dominos struck for 24 base hits
Road recreation project was they took a 3-2 victory over the defending Softballand
coaches and parents have been busy x with Gail Lee-
going S-for-6 with triple
a -
published In the June II issue 'of the league champs last ThllJ'sdaynight.
the present Pratt St. >> and 2 doubles
sprucing up ; Linda Cubbedgewas
Telegraph. It told of the work being
ballfield in recent weeks, too, is try
3-3 Mains
Joy 4-5 with
done on the 21-ucresite. It was the first loss after 14 straight Marilyn Lee were 3-4, and Dol lie an
he it, "keep things mov
ing to, as puts wins in the league for the Dominos. the-park homer, Debra Gilpin 2-3, and
Wood and Geraldine Crews were 23.
ing. We don't want it to come to a Meanwhile the Rowdies and Lawtey Marian Walmsley 3-5. Also Lorna
Right now a handful of people are standstill." June 10 Leasure cracked a shot through the
Slaves moved into third tie
a place
keeping the ball rolling on the addi-- The work on Pratt St.,which will be T heading Into the action of Tuesday Rowdies 9- Saints 7 outfield at Edward's Rd. Field for a
tions to the Edward's Road ballfield the site of a Minor League All Star '; homer
June 16, as the teams head down the Down 4-2 heading into the fifth the Sheryl Jackson tripled, and
complex. The names of Rec. Director tournament July 6-11, has Included I IS stretch run of the season. Rowdies scored five straight runs in Edith Sapp doubled.
Cheryl Godwin, City Councilman Jim painting the dugouts, and outfield that inning and added two more in the
my Crosby, and Rec. Board member grass work, and hopes are for the con- rwr=olrww sixth to upend the Saints last Wednesday Jerry Lane had a double for
Charlie Johns seem to pop up most cession stand to get a fresh coat of .=rwrrrw.. J.ewwwllrrr June 11 and create a three-way tie for Alligator Creek Ranch but was left on
often. paint, the water spigots to be wr..rrrw Rowdies 3 Dominos 2 third. third.I
What that group foresees, or at cemented In, and for signs to be wr r.rrrrrrw wwrr.r Belinda Brown, Geneva Hodges, Fritzie Stoppelbein cracked a triplein
least hopes for, is an outpouring of erected urging users to keep the wrrlwwrO and Fritzie Stoppelbein scored in the the Rowdies big fifth and Carolyn Dazzlers 6. Lawtey 4
community interest that will give ballfield In good shape fourth inning and that was enough as Wilkerson and Belinda Brown both The Slaves rallied for 4 runs in the
them many helping hands. Akridge, a long-time youth coach ', pr the Rowdies limited the Dominos to had two hits, including a double by sixth but it wasn't enough as the
just ;
Already labor is being supplied by and spokesman for the youth programs 5 hits.Marian Wilkerson. Dazzlers, led by P. Wilcox (2-for-2
RMC prison crews Vo-Tech student cited the balance of the league Walm&ley was 2-for-2 for Mary Brown was 3-for-4 with a tri- with a triple) and Terri Hunter ((2-4))
land-clearing operators, and city and and the resulting fan interest as the Dominos while Gail Lee, Sheryl ple for the losers and Vicky Rosier recorded their tenth win.
county work crews. Light poles for reasons for people volunteering to Jackson, and Diane Smith had also tripled. Daune Overman was 3-3 and
the softball field are on site and thereis help out at Pratt St. "Everybody's County Truck doubles. Marilyn Lee doubled for the Slaves >
hopes for donated poles for the Dix- winning and everybody's losing and it Dazzlers 16 Alligator Cr. 1
ie Youth field. just seems to be getting a lot of people Dumps FillDirtPart Lawtey IS Saints 5 Jeanna Thompson went:3-for-4,Gail Standing thru Mon, VV-l
"We frankly couldn't have done it interested" of the process to ready the second The Slaves dropped the Saints into Crews 3-5, Terri Hunter 2-3, and Pen- DomIno. 14.
without their help," Crosby said of the Akridge said beautification of the and third ballflelds at Edwards 4th with a 21-hit attack as Daune ny Hannah ripped a fourth-inning, ... jg.4
assistance given so far. We just don't present facilities is great but what Road has been bringing land up to Overman went 4-for-4 with a home homer as the up 13 hits. Lawtoy Slav.. j.t
have the money to cover the kind of he's really looking forward to is completion level with the present field Here a run and Libby Hudgins was 3-4 with a Rennie Aycock singed and scored Rowdl.. j.%
materials you're talking about." of the strictly-youth field at country truck is used to dump fill-dirt triple and double. the only run for Alligator Creek Salnti ,.,
But more is needed, Crosby and the Edward's Road "The quicker we can in the cleared out area Also for the winners Kelly Richards Ranch. Alligator Cr..k 014
others Insist. He is primarily asking get that finished over there the better
for a coming-together by the com it'll be for the kids."
munity for a combined all-out effort. If Akridge's projections are correct
2 Others Score for
"We need to have everybody in- Starke may soon require the additional League Champ High VictoriesIn I
terested in recreation in Bradford field: "I feel like we might nave
County and the City of Starke get to go to two leagues next year," the games last Tuesday the Tigers
Phillies 17 Rangers :5 Twins 18 Indians 2
together, the first-year councilman coach of the Giants said. "Just about Dixie Minor
racked up 19 runs, the Twins 18, and Matt Whitehead had a perfect day, The Twins scalped the Indians as
said "There's a lot of potential out team seems to have 16 or 17
the Phillies 17 and all came out on top
did the Tim Lewis
and Darin Patterson
4-for-4 went 3-for-4
there but we're Dixie Youth is continu- with two
not this
really, right now, boys year. of their opponents.The BaseballPhillies
same, 3-3: with a double to pace the triples and a double and Chuck
and to be
getting a lot of help from volunteer ing to grow the boys seem regular season wrapped last
Phillies. Mulhns was 3-4 with a triple and a
labor... or support from communityand staying out this year. week ( the finals games were
business leaders. There's just not Those who want to be in on the Ed- Also Hal Davis was 2.3 with a double pair of doubles.
unreported at time) and no 13-0 after last Tuesdays
press Bill Hamilton 2-4, and Chris Also for the winners. John Stanwix-
and recreation
that great outpouring ward's Road project playoffs will be necessary as the games, have first place under wraps. doubled.
Noegel tripled. Hay
"We'd like to see the people involved general In whatever capacity- from
in it, or who have kids in the program volunteering labor time to sponsoring
say 'hey, I want to give youth ballclubs to donating a chunk of
something back to the program. money as a tax writeoff will be
You've got the Recreation Board... greeted with welcome arms by those
for years some of them have sat on working now. Miss Godwin says "get
that board for free. They're a positive anybody to( call the Rec. Department
influence. We need that." or come by. We're not choosy, we'll O TMl
Up to now Crosby has seen too take anything we can get."
much arguing about items he con- "That's what it's all about"
siders petty when stacked against the Akridge says about people getting
overall program He hopes the together to construct a program they
criticism stops and a feeling of"we'rein would be proud of.
this together" starts (see related "That's what they're doing in
article for more on that theme). places like Middleburg and Keystone
"The important thin is we've got Heights and it's sure paying off. One
to be thinking positive.' Crosby says, person gets involved and he gets his
slamming a clenched fist into his friend involved and pretty soon you're
other hand to emphasize his point. getting it done." PLAYWENDY'SYou i

Race Between Wendys 'LIVE IT UP" : :

Olympians' Goes to WireThe *

Dixie Boys race is going downto .
the final week and may go into a Dixie BoysBaseball
playoff as the Olympians and Wen

_ dy's: of Lawtey are dueling for the title


Wendy's, now 10-4, topped the
Olympians, who finished 11-4, by a June 11 .
15-5 count Monday night to move Olympians 12 Merchants 5
within a 12 game of the leaders and if John David Francis was 4-for-5 witha WIN UP TO
Wendy's can beat the Civitans triple and double to lead the Olym-

tonight Thursday, June 18, ((5:30: pians last Thursday.Also '
Westside) then a playoff will be for the winners Ron Boone was
necessary. The showdown would be 2-2 with a double; Mike Chappell tripled
played Monday night, June 22, at 5:30: ; Barry Warren was 2-5; and Keith .
dt Westside Field. Kehoe Jason Polk, and Jason Ben- $50,000.
All Star practice begins next week. nett doubled.
Ron Willis was 3-4 for the Mer .
June 15't'ndy's chants while Dan Duffy went 2-4 witha
\\ IS Olympians 6 double, David Black tripled, and
Olympian pitchers had trouble finding Brad Brown was 1:1.June: .
the strike zone and Wendy's of 9
Lawtey took full advantage to recorda Wendy's Merchants 10
15-6 win Monday night at Westside. Both Gerald Brown and Carlton

Wendy's took 15 bases on balls Johnson had triples and singles and AND WHILE YOU'RETRYING
Owen Southerland added
while Wayne Brown tripled and Sam double two hits,onea
as of
Norman Owen Southerland, and An-
rallied for six runs in the fifth and six
dy Norman poked singles. in the seventh to beat the Merchants.

Barry Warren tripled twice, Jason For the Merchants Doug Sammonswas TO WIN
I'oik knocked a double, and Mike 2-for-4 with a double Dan Duffy
Owppell: walked 3 times and scored went 2-5. Rick Welch tripled, and
II i fter all 3 for the Olympians. David Black doubled.


. @1JJmu! fruu a ll a .


Summer P.E. which will be played at Pratt St., will
have teams of men and women play .
Thursday ing for a spot in the Sectional tournament -
The Summer physical education of the Lipton Tea national program
program for high school credit starts which has national finals FREE EATING.AIN'T
Thursday morning at the field house played at the Sawgrass Club in
with classes running from 8 a.m. to Florida. Entries are limited to Brad-' .
I 1:30: p m ford County residents.
The 20 day class will be for a full Cost is $4 per couple to cover trophy
credit with Coaches David Hurse and costs.
:.Mike Sexton teaching. Matches will be best of three sets
Those students interested in the with a 12-polnt tiebreaker at 6-all. NO REASON TO GO ANYPLACE ELSE.
lasses who haven't signed up can Each team furnishes their own balls
contact Coach Hurse at the fieldhouse (preferably PENN). o
i46470!) ). | (OI98I Ufcndyk Iolen.OonalInc All Right' Rnctvcd Details_ at participating Wendy'sFREE .

Cooney-Hilliard Duo . . . .
Starke's Gaines 1st in Net DoublesThe .1..1. ,

Wins Irons in
tandem of Ella Cooney and
Lake City Golf Cathy Hilliard received awards for FREE FREE .

_ In Richard record the Gaines low score of Starke and win shot a a set 67 taking Women's first Tennis place League in the doubles Starke SINGLE SINGLE SINGLE .

of in tournament put on by the competition when the group held a '
irons a post-season dinner at the Western HAMBURGER HAMBURGER ,HAMBURGER
prison system at the Lake City Coun-
try Club last weekend. Gaines also hit Steer Steakhouse May -

the longest drive and won an awardfor and Marie sport Wynn socks presented to Mrs. Cooney a gold and chain a : WHENYOU BUYANY WHEN YOU BUY ANYSANDWICH WIlEN YOU BUYANYSANDWICH

Gaines that. is a former Starke club trophy to Mrs. Hilliard as championswith SANDWICH I N NN

champion and BHS golfer who a ft-2 record in league play. Good at participating Wendy's Good at participating Vfendyfc .I Good at participating
qualified for the state high school The team of Loretta Ross (chain) Not valid with any other otter or Kid's FUNFAK Not valid with any other offer or Kids FUNrWK. Not valid with any other offer orKidiFUNN4K.N
tournament as a junior and Rhonda I Crawford (trophy) also ; N Please present coupon when ordering. N Please present coupon when ordering. j N Please present coupon when ordering "
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with 5-3< record.They had tied for Cheese,tomato extra and Cheese,
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Mixed Doubles the runnerup slot with Phyllis Hug- l tax extra where applicable. I tax extra where applicable. I tax extra where applicable. .

Net Tourney ,gins tiebreaker and Debby match: Tray for second.lor'but won a N OFFER EXPIRES:JUNE 30.1981 I.1 i OFFER EXPIRES:JUNE 30,1981 N OFFER EXPIRES:JUNE 30.1981, .

Starts Sat. Other teams Included Gloria- Sapp l l l
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Starke's 2nd Annual Lipton Ice Tea Bobby Sue O'Brien and Marie Wynn- .
mixed doubles tennis tournament for Debby Wright. ............owrr u.r...._... ran ra."._...
Bradford County residents opens .The women plan to start a singles 1LIIJ'JIImS. IUI.faJDS: [ .
Saturday,June 20, and entry deadlineis league In September and encourage | mmtBUrmmtllft mttmUmBBBBBBHH .
Friday. any women with tennis experience to L MBmrnm
The single elimination tourney join them. . . .\ . . ,


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.,ApeckJ FeSectioi Cc dallhg Informative Items'i 'f\ C m COUNTY TIMES.: AND LAKE REGION MONITOR
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byCarlTllley all we can do is wait tor a call from higher prices as their volume is not as .
BCT,Staff Writer the'company" says Crawford. It was great as larger cities," says Kenneth
stated that with the stock pile of oil Crawford. "It stands to reason that
Area gas station operators may offer and reductions from overseas coun- larger cities can sell more gas than a
a reduction In gas prices in the tries in oil prices there will most likely small town,and the price has to be
months to come.All of this depends on ) be a price reduction. >\, made up with, higher prices in the
if oil companies pass the reduction Small towns,";he added.
notice down to their station operators.Part The chances are very good thaiwith All gas station operators are repor- -
of this action has resulted in the huge stock pile of oil, by the: ting a reduction gas sales and most Jf
citizens using less gas and a recent larger oil companies prices will. agree it is from.smaller cars, end less
cut on oil prices from Mexico and come down. driving.. j I
Libya., : ,
Mexico cut its oil prices by $4 per "The company just can't keep Libya, which is the United States ,
barrel and Libya has cut their oil prices the same with all the oil they fifth largest supplier of oil, as well as
prices by $5: a barrel this past week.In e have in reserve" said one station other high-priced oil exporters, have
addition Alaska cut its oil price by operator at Lake Butler, who asked come under increasing pressure to
$2 per barrel. not to be named. The operator stated cut prices. 'I. 'I
Gasoline prices in the .area have that the company has plenty of LAxItkU'
been slipping since March as drivers reserves and they should have cut the This, along<;,with American con-
have cut back on consumption and prices a long time ago. sumption of gas far less,than it was in
supplies have mounted. the past, has come home to oil coun-
Area stations in Starke say that tries. Most fear that if prices con-
"People have cut their gas usage there have been no calls from the tinued to rise the United States would
almost in half," says Kenneth companies to lower prices but;that move away and find alternative fuel _
Crawford of Crawford's Gulf stationin there seems to be a trend on the way sources.
Keystone Heights. Crawford added to lower prices.
that people seem to drive less and Government reports show that
that most residents have small cars Gas prices are almost the same in Americans have used 11 percent less
that use less gas.All this put together Not Yet... Bradford Clay and Union counties. fuel so far in the 1981 year. These
means less gas consumption by Kenneth Crawford says that gas Regular gas sells for an average of reports are based on the the overall
residents. prices could go down but they havereceived $1.30 per gallon while unleaded sells power usage and slow sales by the oil
"We really don't know from one day no word from the companyto for around$1.34 to as high as $1.40. companies. Mild winters in some
to the next if our gas prices will drop, lower prices yet. .Small town gas stations may have parts of the nation were also a factor.


Residents Change Mind Over Auto: Inspections M

Pumping Gas..... Photo b)'Carl Tlllc>

byCarlTilley tit Handy Crawford pumping gas at his father's gas station in Keystone Heights. I
BCT Staff WriterOf .he Idea of yearly auto Inspections, it continue the Inspection. September 30, 1981
was added they would not have their Several counties are in the process,- "The Legislature has directed that
100 people questioned a month car Inspected each year with a volun- of closing down their stations. the inspection law remain (in effect)
ago 93: said they wanted yearly auto tary program. Some will be sold while others will.. until the last day of September and expired inspection stickers have tail make repairs is up, they receive an
Inspections.This past week of 100 people Many area residents were surprised simply be closed with their use left up ito )ur troopers have no other recourse ed the inspection already. Most have arrest ticket and must pay the $15
questioned only one person said he the inspection program was the county governments. but to enforce the law as it now been for lights and brakes and drivers fine. We are in hopes that the
would have his car safety checked removed as a Florida law. Part of the In case you are wondering if and, stands, says Colonel.Eldrige Beach, state that they heard the law was be- motorists will desire to keep their
yearly.) reason given was there was no over- when the law takes effect the Florida Highway Patrol Director. ing changed so they continue to put off vehicle in safe driving condition and
While the 99 persons say they like whelming shower of support to keep Highway Patrol states they will continue -..; The Highway Patrol reports that repairing their vehicle."If do their own inspections," says
the inspections. Many wanted to keep to enforce the inspection law un- some of the drivers being stopped forBeer.Jiiiiii1 their 30-day grace period to Beach.

the inspections but few voiced this to L
From My the stat .
: This drastic turn-around has been
for the most part over the law being :

-Side :Of '''''rescinded. Many residents,suggest (with toot order) .' or";" "" ; :;' ,- -
.- The. "tharthey would follow the ht w but now y -" .. .:''''--P!!':
that is no longer required why should .IIALY:= ,
they bother Early Special
>' Worldby Several, residents stated that they \
would check their car and correct any 4-6 p.m. 20% off tptal check .y Restaurant
apparent safety problem such as v V
Carl TilleyBCT lights and brakes. (except with other promotion) 1 rZ
Staff Witter( The law allows each county to
Summer Hours 964.6877
establish its own regulations for in-
spections. There has been no decision 301 1 S. Starke
4 til 10
From My Side 'of the World Is a from any of the counties as of yet to p.m. p.m.
weekly column of strange or funny
but true adventures Involving this
writer. "BEAT r 1

Cemetery StoryI oO a ie Sfarke's T itg

recall, as a child in North It.. THE
Carolina, life was one big excitement ...\ J y te Finest Meat Market l1olr S. fhSR
after the other. We worked hard but v
we had what was called real fun.I Featuring TJ.S.D.A. Choice Iowa Beef rg l HEAT" 9
will never forget that the schoolwas eq.
almost two miles from our home.At Paramount Poultry Swift's Pork with
that time most youngsters walked
to school, and one had to pass a very Central Air
old cemetery on the way.It e i a Conditioning
was one of those hot summer Freezer Special
days and I had gotten in to a small
problem at school (hit the teacher from
with a spit ball) and got caught) and I SAWYER!
had to stay after school.. kUJ Arm Chuck 100 Lb. Avg
By the time I had written on the
blackboard, what seemed to be a
nightfall.To U.S.D.A. Choice 1 29 HEAT PUMP
top it off it was raining and the WrappedIowa ,
thunder was so loud it shook the old Beef INCLUDES $21 00
school windows, with each burst.
Almost half way home I decided to DUCT WORK .
take a short. cut, through the old
cemetery. 2 Ton, plus electrical work
| I had taken this short cut before so Ground Chuck. XtraLean b.I.69 +t_--

there was no reason will do to,be the concerned.and' ....... .... ............................ :
But as a child rain
thunder brought forth ghostly ideas
and my walk turned to a fast run Pork ChopsFRYERS 14 Loin Cut Into Chops b.1.59 Carrier

Not paying attention to'what I wai. .......................................:.....,. ........ ... _
doing,I fell into a freshly dug hole fora
service the next day. _
. I was not a tall youngster (Come tc : 59 c.Big

think of it I'm still not very tall!) but I ; .. ..................................................................Lb.Lb.. ..
could not get' out, of the hole
Everything I tried was prevented bj
the mud. Dogs. 1.39 r- .- '

After a short period of time I just 'I ............ ............................. ........ .. ........... :,
sat down in the mud to just get my _
breath back.The rain was starting to
slow down but the thunder was Beef Patties..8.45Lykes
stronger. "
At this time heard someone runn- T
the cemetery 1 apparently c
tang a short tut.a late Sliced Bacon Oak CreekGround Lb. 89 .__

,. All of.a sudden this person fell In the ......... .............,................+................. ; ,
same hole with me I watched quietly : ,
as this person, tried as I did. to'get' : ,'\) 'J /I
out. He was J /i" -' Country Style Pork Ribs. Lb. .1.29fresh' "

blems..The tyud'aiKl.rain',..nlus-thfcjperson ,;,' ........ ............................ :
) was'shortefrthftn m,. <:( i "
The UuindwrwM vty loud wow but ;v, : ; :
with longest br'eaU'Ifetween' bursts. It 'i : Milk. Lo Fat Gal, 1.79'I

was 8U moment *;, : .. .. ..... ...................... .....:....... :...... '
that WltbOf1'O'i! JO felt this per,1! .
son was.not.alone) >, ;
Being almost rested from my at- Open 8 a.m. til 6 p.m. Mon. thru Sat. Friday Night til 8 'p.m.

tempts I said. "There"Js,no jise,,you, Sunday reserved for' church ""M'BUTCHER Call
today for Free
can't get out. a Su"ey
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With this the perioTTtUd'not SERVING All OF NORTHEAST
around nor did he sly*anything,)but< flORIDA FROM*LOCATIONS
.with we?ewj, $lean Jbe cleared the AI BLOCK
foot htaght'tyfcbouf touching.hp,*idef'' I IN !.TAKE;
,'andr nlttipnMhtt A:: ..( flS ., 9647101

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IOI -' Years Yjungri.d Can Tell you a Few Things From the Past.S '

by Julia Howard care of the accounts and bookkeeping a carpet. about SO years, and after coming herein U
The oldest of children
BCT Staff Writer for the sawmill and distillery his Mr. Rosenshine came to New York seven the middle 60s, he became a
Rosenshine was the first to come to
Uncle Harry Rosenshine, a residentof father managed on the farm. In the early 1900s, where he im familiar figures on the streets of
United States but he soon broughthis
the Starke Nursing Home, mediately got a Job with a factory. mother his five brothers, and his Starke as he sold shoes by the pair to
celebrated his 101st birthday last Fri After graduating from college in But he only stayed In New York for sister here also. His sister, the local residents.
day, June 12. Russia, he became actively involvedin about three months, just long enoughto Hitchcock is Rosenshine's only
youngest child, is living Pittsburghstill
When Mr. Rosenshine came to teaching the peasants of the learn the English language. He and Is in her 80s. child, and she visits him every day in
Starke, he was already in his middle80s. underground. This was during the then moved to Pennsylvania where he the Nursing Home. He also has a

His daughter, Mildred Hitchcock, reign of the Tzar and teaching had friends from his own country and Mr, Rosenshine later'went into the grandson who lives in California a
lives in Keystone Heights. Mrs. peasants to read and write was went into business for himself.In shoe business and became an granddaughter in Tampa and a
Rosenshine was ill, so Hitchcock against the law. Rosenshine was a Pennslyvania, he first opened a employee of the Brown Shoe Com- granddaughter and two great-
brought her parents to Starke wanted man because of his activity clothing store, and then became a pany.! He was in the shoe business for grandchildren in Lake City.
"I wanted them closer to me so I with the underground, and he had to jewelry merchant and owner of three
could take care of them," Hitchcock leave the country by being( rolled up in stores. .

said.The Rosenshine's had been living in SUNDAY SHRIMP FEAST .10 fried shrimp

Pennsylvania.Mr. Cole slaw

Rosenshine was born in Russiain I $309 .French fries
1880. He grew up on a large farm INSULATIONSAVE r4 .HushpuppimSUNDAY
near Volkovist, and at an early age he /
. Harry Roscnshlne began helping his father by taking ? ,



I Not' Many Aroundby "; ,. '3.09

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Carl TilleyBCT Tyler Moore, or Bo Derrick. Saw .Fifes

Staff_ Writer, Many local drug stores have done I .
away with the fountain for varied l'IIIII 4 HuehpupplesCocktall
Drug stores with a fountain are reasonsmainly cost. Labor and Infla- sauce
very popular in Florida' and this tion have made the corner fountain a I

makes the exception over many thing of the past. HOME-COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL a FRAME HOUSE EXTERIOR MONDAY & Each Chipper has:
states. Florida is of the remaining 2 CHIPPERS
one Fast food and take-out chains have > HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATION TUESDAY .2 Flahj fillets
states that have amounts of
fountains in their local large drug stores.It store almost to eliminated what today a one is time only popular a drug FIBERGLAS BATTS NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION SPECIAL ONLY $3. 99 Fries .Slaw

may seem like a small item for store in most cases. QUALITY INSTALLATION .HuahpuppleaCapfalfli

many but young adults today, in Florida seems to be the only state flU e4115wara
many states, have never seen a foun- with more than its share of fountain IFs.'seafood
tain in their home town drug store. drug stores. Most of this is from the SAVE I SAVE .
964-6956 I
Back in the forties and fifties warm weather and the constant flow ON HEATING ON COOLING' & hamburgers
almost every drug store had a foun- of visitors to the state.
tain that served milk shakes and all The American Pharmacy Associa- DEAN CASSELS INSULATIONSTARKE .?IIM.Ww It!

those wonderful goodies. that people tion reports that less than 22 percentof Highway 301 South. Starke
love.Many the drug stores in the United States
young people received their now have a fountain.
first job behind the fountain. With this in mind the report also
Likewise, many a child had one to stated in 1950 that 97 percent of all the NEW GLEI
many ice cream treats from the foun- drug stores had a fountain.

tain.There Koch's drug store, Mitchell's Rex- LOW rAIEAGLE''. j"MOO1 COLOR
seems to be no real history all and Andrews Drug Store, in Starkeare PRICES! ,
behind the fountains and no one can well received. All have huge 2&H"-M DEVELOPIMG! |
say for sure how or when they first amounts of lunch time business and a .I |M (".SLIDER OR MOVIES) .

started. constant flow of people; in for just ice O tt EXPOSURE ROLL$2.17 REG.$ .17 z
History, however states that the Q
cream or a soft drink.
fountain drug store has producedsome Gifts for toSIZES 110-12S-135MM C-41. OL
Keystone Heights has only one foun- Dad
Americans impressive that workers.have worked The list in of a Andrews tain located also at has Andrews the only Drug drug I S S 12.-MEW- *EXPOSURE ROLLS ONLY ROLLS.! .. OI 2

local drug store fountain include John with a fountain at Lake Butler. i I ra KTf I V

son Wayne, former, Clint President Eastwood of, Johnny the United Car- Indeed of the fountain drug store is a Day on sale Thursday, Friday, Saturday i -- !
part history that is
slowly passing fora
good took.Father's .
States L.B. Johnson, Sen. Jessie June 21
It odd
away. seems that with our
Helms, and Howard Hughes modern times that the simple thingsin 2-S COUPCN MUST ACO**>ANY OROE OMPt
If that is not impressive how would life now become 0030 THRU JULY 18, 1961 .
something special. --- __
you like to walk in to your local drug :S-PC. BAR-B-Q
store and order a banana split served TOOL SET 42% tP't
by someone like Marilyn Monroe,
Jane Russell, Linda Carter, Mary 1.97


Union Trial Aq PRICE t i 1ST 14 ''" V+ '7
Session On S Ftagt,

The circuit'court trial of a Union "

Correctional Institution inmate was : /I '
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under way as this paper went to press .. .' : ., ,;
ill the Vnion County Courthouse in ,.. "' :
Lake Butler ; S OIAKERtfRW1aV

David Allen Walls, 34, was being U.t
tried on two charges one of burglaryof :: ttI
the UCI laundry and the other
possession of burglary tools.
The trial was expected to end late t 1
Wednesday, June 17.
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The charges stem from an incident .! t t t,

last August 16 when Walls was found S TRACK WITH 18"FOLDING SMOKER- MULTICOLOR WEB DICKIES
expected to be presented by the stateto Scootingstar. CASUAL SHIRTS

show Walls was in possession of 2 39.88 12.88 5:93 3.97:
hacksaw blades, a pair of tin snips, 2 7.94 8.88

screw drivers, a pair of wire cutters, OUR DISCOUNT PRICE DISCOUNT PRICE WAS J* DISCOUNT S
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cutters pliers. e track playar wltn ., WERE ,DISCOUNT
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The trial of Ernest Hunter, 35, r.db..nlenna, carry handla.Uaaa laga. Grill ha thraa w.y height "..VY duty tubular wabblng aluminum' on praaa, 4 poly/cotton bland with 'Poly/cotlon with plackap'Bilk-Ilka/ << I rayon .with 'ahort
another UCI inmate charged with bat FS-SO AC/DC power. adjuatmanl end amokar ltd. that'a bum to tilts.II.FoMa. bend Man toga s:29-42,29 packets, 31, 33 non-roll to-aaama walat-. ara colic Handsome, solidsHaws. AMI. bright solid. A
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Thursday (today) June 18. starling S'OXLJ'
The charge stems from an incidentlast 2-speed automatic -.?
November which involved correctional transmission F :
officer D. Davis. Suzuki "PEI" ignition. r J
Front basket and rear TENNIS ,
rack '1 VISOR 1.67 r ,'
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instrumentation. HAT 2.24 MEN'S TIE i
FSP Inmate Suing Suzuki's "CCI" oil "I o U) 4>" ASSORTMENT8UNQLA88

Over Prison BeatingThe injection f .
Leg faIrings. 3.77
trial of a Florida State Prison 100 '
inmate who claims hewas beaten and Smooth, comfortable / YOUR ( i ia
kicked in the head by a pack of corrections handling Art CHOICE
officers two years ago is Turn signalsStrong I4 41 tt
under way as this paper went to pressin steel spoke fAVOV MEN'S TENNIS
U District Court in Jacksonville. wheels 40 PC V.lW" OR SHORTS y
James Lee Leggett, 30, of Jacksonville 'Biiftfd jn mdnufricluier' letting SOCKET SET CHEST,32 GL 16" OSCILLATING a ,
is suing former FSP correctional iin Your dnvmtj mileage, habnand may, vary condition dtfpvnd, '". ASSORTMENT SPIED FAN l 9 MN'BPOCKET T
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Oilicer Frederick L. Badger for 10.88 11.88
2.97'07.86 34.88
$IO.OCJC( >0 i in compensatory damages and sue; j. ii Poyreotlonknlt.AlrtewitA
$.->(OIJUO( in punitive damages. WAS J2d WAS U4tf DISCOUNT PRICE WAS 3i-8l plackat collar and short MEN'S J-PK. 1.96
Co-defendants in the civil trial i Trlpla chrome plated, 32 quart capacity. In'I*., cobra Thraa cooling apaada Waavaa. oily S-XL. 100* TUBE SOCKS
are The Perfon ''z., '.' and for I WERE .CtEaiycara
luuiaoof&oplorg Wiirr or cold .m. man you can oparala with polys.tsr doubt. knit
J.C Combs, .
acting superintendent at t food ".ndlele.( and wom.n. Ltl"" plano-kay aaaal rronl.hw.wntlepaeun.. 2.47WERE.38 /
FSP at the time of the incident, and 10% Down fa.hlons| 30.38. bland wltn short
Louie L Wainwright, Secretary of the ? sl''e."... labs. S-XL.
I Department. / of Corrections./ Financing Available

Testimony is going to be presented Savings to 42%
l b>' I.i'Ujjotl's attorney John Middleton SUZUKIOF /
that U..dger.otruck. the inmate in the CCrtCT DEODORANT
l.ue without provocation and then STARKEHwy. 4xwAa.C

enlisted (the aid of other officers to 301 S., Starke
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,> a 620 mph jet airliner would take COFFEE, some 13
,!, I \1' of Interest to area residents. about 17 years. At the speed of light it tons of steamy,soggy ground coffee is
would take eight minutes.A billed as "an antidote for almost
9 SOME 300 ACTIVE VOLCANOESring POUND of enriched uranium fuel anything," at a health spa outside
d the Pacific Ocean from Chile to contains nearly 3 million times the Tokyo. Japan. The 140 F
Alaska, to Japan and New Zealand. energy that there is in a pound of coal. temperature in the pool-size percolators -
r A, Most of the land volcanoes erupt THE AMERICAN HORSESHOE Is barely tolerable to patrons
i along the edges of the immense plants CRAB was named after a one-eyed buried up to their chins in coffee.
which make up the earth's giant (Limulus Polyphemus) of THE FARE for"getaway specials"to
1". I fragmented crust. Greek myth, actually has nine eyes. space,a canister in which scientific
THE FEMALE STICKLEBACK, a This ocean bottom dweller has one experiments and Inventions can be
: fish about three inches long,lays eggs eye on each side of its shell, two in the put aboard the new shuttle ranges
in an underwater nest built by her center and five light receptive from about $3,000 to $10,000 each.
= I r mate.! The nest is a pit dug in the sandy organs beneath the shell./ Already more than 300 specials have
t bottom lined with bits of underwater SPINNING TOPS Is a popular sportin been reserved by people ranging from
plants.FINLAND. Malaysia.The wood and metal tops Egypt's president Anwar Sadat,
is the champion per are so heavy, close to 18 pounds, that Hollywood writers and directors, corporation -
i' capita coffee-consuming country in most people don't take up the sport executives and students of
the world, gulping down about five until they are about IS. civic groups.
cups a day for every man,woman and NOT ALL, MONKEYS live in hot
I child. But the United States, which steamy places. Snow monkeys make
EI averages less than half that amount their homes about as far north as any One legend places the Garden .
per person, buys more coffee than monkey in the world in the mountains of Eden between the
; anyone else, purchasing some 1.2 of Japan. Over thousands of Tigris and Euphrates Rivets

'-_._ ., ... million( tons in 1979. years,these monkeys have developed in today's Iraq.
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MOST PEOPLE associate artificialturf longer fur and different habits to
Residents of the
Starke Nursing Home Elise Hanson and Wilma Alenander
stand with with football fields, but initially) it adapt to the colder climate.
Stacy Denmark president of the Starke Little Women's Club. Little
I Women raised money so the Nursing Home could buy the hair dryer pictured
and other Items It needed.

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by julia l Howard "The hair dryer we had was getting the Nursing Home, so this Is what we Starting at JOO ;
BCT Staff Writer really old. Half of it had gotten so hot decided to do," Denmark said.
The Starke Little Women's Club once that it melted, so the ladies were The new hair dryer works really Hobbies can help Also will do Tu-Tones Rims &
raised $300 so the Starke Nursing only getting half of the use of the well, McGee said, and the ladies real- your children grow. ,,
Home could buy a standing hair dryer dryer," McGee said. ly like it. It can be adjusted for so
for the ladies and other items the Stacy Denmark president of Little meone sitting in a wheel chair also] Small Engine Repairs 964-5582
Home needs. said With the leftover after
Women they raised the money money purchasing -
Beverly McGee social, service, by having two road blocks. the hair dryer, McGee! said
and activity director of the Nursing they are going to buy a lirjje-faced .
Home, said Little Women told her it "We wanted to do something in clock, a large-faced thermometer, -
had decided to sponsor the Nursing town instead of sending the money and a reality board which tells the
Home and asked what it could do. away. Sometimes people forget about, the weather, and the next holi Jones Convalescent Service, Inc.

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report the man was following and In the meantime, Swanson is being longest national anthem
held in the Bradford County Jail in is wheelchair & stretcher patientsin
harassing a local woman, at 2:15: p,m. that of Greece.
Friday, June 12. Starke. It contains 158 verses.

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National Guard. Are on $


The Move and Readyby 63 _


Don Sapp
BCT Staff Writer
What is long, green, runs on dieselor
gas, and rolls for over 500 miles 'i
each way? The 631st Maintenance
Company on its way to and from
Camp Shelby, Mississippi for annual
training, 1981.Moving r
from Camp Blanding for
the first time since 1966, the Starke a 4, '
unit quickly realized the difference
500-plus miles are from the usual 11. rP
It's quite a shock having to be gone _
from home for over two weeks when
you're used to going home to see
mama and the kids almost every

night. ( "" J
1SG J.E. Tomlinson had this to say -:.' /
about the Shelby experience: .
"I was glad we came to Camp 1Pickin' ?
Shelby and the reason I was is
Honor Well Earned
because I remember the closenessand : and First Sergeant J. E. Tomlinson for the 631st
comradeship people felt towardone The Wadsworth Trophy for outstanding unit Maintenance Company of Starke .-1. The
another. We had that when we equipment maintenance Is presented by Major ceremony, held at Camp Shelby Mississippi
went to Ft. McClellan. Al. and to Ft. General Kennedy C. Bullard. the Adjutant was just the beginning of the Icing for the cake
Stewart Ga., but we lost it when we and A Grinnin'SPI's General of Florida, to Captain Ralph W. Park which the unit was to take home.

started going to Camp Blanding James Contois and Steven Brown find time to br which is so close to home. I was hop tional facilities well maintained and Shelby with approximately 75% of lasting impression in Mississippi as a
banjo during a slack-time in training. However, it was one of the few slow times
ing before I retired to see the unit operated. A movie theater is on post .hem never having been anywhereelse mit that could and would do the job.
which had, since the them hopping.
they parts supply usually kept (
operate at a post distant from home with shows twice each night. An Olympic but Camp Blanding. As everyonewill "I do believe it has given the peoplea
and I got the opportunity. My expectations sized swimming pool is available agree it was quite a shock to sense of satisfaction to know they
of the unit have been fulfilled because you can't put them together torn-up to allow the repair sections to along with a large service club, NCO leave somewhere like Blanding,move can go the distance, set up and accomplish -
since the people have done an again without the needed new pieces.The stay more than a little busy. It was club, officers club, and numerous into an entirely strange area set-up the job as they've done,"
outstanding job at Camp Shelby. They initial confusion of coordinating the armored personnel carriers which branch service clubs.There was evena and function for two weeks.But it was said SFC Hersey of Annual Training
are coming back home feeling funding and accounting systems was the mechanics had had little prior experience good sized PX and a smaller branch done and done well. The 631st made a 1981.
considerably closer than when we ironed out after several days with the with, that gave them a
PX.As ,
left." supply folks getting into full swing, challenge. Pulling an engine/trans- usual,the unit Softball team proved \. m
Early on the morning of May 23,the meeting the demands of their mission/transfer package on one of itself in competition for the camp 4r k L!
mechanics, cooks, and supply types customers. them is a man-sized job. championship only being beaten out
headed west on Interstate 10 for the Since the automated supply "I really feel....that us coming( here. at the last moment in the last game by v rac
clay hills of Mississippi. Destination: augmentation has a real-life missionof will help tie the unit closer together one run. Having to settle for second
Camp Shelby just south of Hat. supporting many of the troops in reflected SFC John W. Hersey of place was not their intention, but it's a tb
tiesburg. The trip would be inter Florida a contingent was left in Theressa, the unit Army Supply good finish with all the other teams
rupted at Defuniak Springs for the Starke to operate there. They kept the Technician (AST). "It's been a that competed.
night,finally being completed Sunday data processing vans and all the positive experience..for people to get Visitors from Florida were abundant n
afternoon. Waiting for them were repair parts with them, continuing to to know their fellow guardsmen bet with Major General Kennedy C.
over 9,000 troops in need of direct sup- support the home troops. The ones ter..their personal habits, way of life, Bullard, Florida Adjutant General .
port maintenance on their trucks, who went to Camp Shelby soon were likes and dislikes..through com and Brigadier General Howell, Com ? :'
tracks, radios, and weapons, as wellas put to work either pulling parts at the municating together. It all boils downto mander of the Alternate Command /-S
needing spare parts to fix what Material Management Center a sense of belonging to an organi- Headquarters in Jacksonville, coming -
they could. (MMC), transporting the spare parts, zation. One that you're proud of and on SAturday, May 31, to presentthe
SSG David Griffis. a 12-year handling incoming requisitions or the people within that organization." Wadsworth Trophy for '
veteran of the Guard and Material issuing-out the items. Since all work and no play makes Maintenance. The Assistant Adjutant ; r.wwV
Supply Supervisor in the repair parts "It gives you a chance to see if G.I. JOE a dull boy, the middle week General, Brigadier General Charles
operation, said "I've really enjoyed you've got your stuff together," said end was dedicated to rest and relaxa- R. Willis,was there on Monday, June itYou've's been a new and different experience Griffis, of the hectic operation far tion. Bus excursions left early Satur- 1, while the 50th Area Support Group
." from home. day for New Orleans' famed Bourbon Commander, Col. Clifton F. Miltonwas
As always, the supply operation is The Class IX (Repair Parts) supply Street section as well as the beachesat there the first week. Got To Fix It From Down Here
the most critical portion of a point wasn't the only folks to have Gulfport, Mississippi. The country An outstanding unit such as the PFC Sam McCutch was making his first camp with the Starkp unit when he
maintenance company. If you can't plenty of work to keep them occupied. boys from Starke finally made it to 63lst Maintenance Company, never was caught underneath a truck at Camp Shelby. The tt.Hsl: wrench-pullers put I
get parts to fix the trucks, it doesn't More than enough trucks, jeeps, the big city. lacks for people to come and visit. this one back together and a whole lot more during the two weeks they spent out
matter how well you take them apart, radios and tracked vehicles were -Camp Shelby has extensive recrea- 188 Guardsmen made camp at In Mississippi. Next: year they plan to go back and do it again, only better.

I Circuit: Trials On in Bradford .

The trial of a Starke man chargedwith at 9 a.m. Thursday (today) June 18. ,3H
two counts of issuing worthless Pete Taylor of Jacksonville, is
checks was underway in Bradford scheduled to go on trial on two felony
County Circuit Court in Starke as this cases at 9 a.m. Friday, June 19.
paper went to Press Wednesday, June
The charges against Taylor stem
from a hunting party last December 8
Stephen Goodman of Starke went
on and he is with with
charged trespass
charged with issuing a worthless
firearms of Gilman Paper Companyand q
check last October 29 to TG&Y in
aggravated battery of Archil
Starke amounting to $52.41. lie
also charged with issuing a worthless YES WE HAVE TERMS
check to the Starke Western Auto Rosier.'O v
Store U. amounting to$50 last November LOW DOWN PAYMENT


Assistant State Attorney Terry rM Jet Chef TAKE UP TO 24 MOS. TO PAY J I

Yawn told this paper Goodman has JI
been adjudicated guilty in 50 cases in .. ALSO I

Bradford County Court on charges of '.t : I ....
issuing worthless checks. '
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by Don
Sapp Guard. .

When the 6318t Maintenance Company The job of first sergeant is a complex position through which the top in the administrative. ; .
Camp Shelby, MIssissippi, First 01 Starke came home from ihirt, has exercised his authority, not through the old methods, but by the ((4)) Delegate a great degree of his job and things assigned to him. In
pleted his 30th annual Sergeant ISG) Joe E. Tomlinson com- application of management principles which have made him a success as making assignments use good instructions and give the authority fulfill
"I've accomplished training period with the Florida National Guard president of the Florida Bank at Starke. the job. Then check and follow-up, holding the person accountable,
what I set out to do," said ISG Tomlinson 01 the "I've always worked to understand people. To (5) Be
milestone try to get them to do ) generous with your compliments and trust. Be just as generous
planning orreUremee completes then his 30 years service in March of 1982, things for themselves and not to do for them," said the ISG. when bringing to task those people who don't, won't or can't perform.
A man with the Tomlinson believes the ISG's job is foremost the carrying out of the (6)) Be concerned with the people who( work for you. Not only seeing
any Nation, Tomlinson coolness 01 presence needed to calm almost company commander's policies. The job is the focal point of administration them fed, paid, and rested, but constantly trying to learn about them and
then was Bob Drake came into the Guard March 3, 1952. The 1ST for the company along with being a liason between enlisted men and people in general.
Crosby, ( who retired in 1977,with the irrepressible Albert Lee officers.Added to these responsibilities are the development of junior and
warrant officer
c&-horts for the and AST who retired in 1979), the now infamous senior NCO's so they become adept at working on a "people level and get- "I think the whole concept of the Guard has changed," said Tomlinson,
version 01 the "Brown company Shoe clerk"Young J.E. had come into the Guard ting them to be people managers." citing the dramatic increase in responsibilities for the Guard with the arrival -
The ISG has seen the Army. "I feel that at times you have to use all methods to solve problems, not of the All-Volunteer Army. The ISG indicated the military had finally I-
brown shoes to black boots military change many ways over the years, from just one way. If all the tools you have is a hammer, then you tend to see all realized the National Guard and Reserve comprise about 50% of the
packs, from from horse-shoe rolls to medium combat problems as a nail." forces at only a fraction of the cost. With this realization, the role of the
leadership."I'm complete authoritarianism to a more studied approach to Goaded to comment on advice for the up-coming NCO the ISG gave the Guard has been up-graded along with the emphasis, training and equip
following guidelines: ment being improved.The .
Guard sure that in years past people have changed. When I got into the ((1)) I'd tell him first off, he's a people manager. 631st will miss ISG J.E. Tomlinson come March 1!>H2. when the
more flexible.everything was Very rigid. With the new concepts, they are much ((2) At one time his technical ability was foremost his administrative unit Wiseman and counselor hangs up his stripes. But, 30 years is a long
Tomlinson of i People now do because 'they feel like it'," ruminated tasks are. time and change is inevitable. With Tomlinson's inspiration and
the changing motivations of the men and women of the ((3) The further up the ladder a person goes, the more involved he gets guidance, the unit has prospered.


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I .- ,1' the used. lUke
person is being to be-

Bradford County'telegraph' Staff Reporter'. _' Z.,.' ,7 ,. ,: 'I' known as a person that will tell it like

it is. I have found that, this Is the bestway
'" n/" \(, ). "' to be. Telling it like It Is: and
/141\ speaking Is sometimes not the best
; up
but it makes feel better.
? rrw sure me
by Carl TilleyBCT company as a private Investigator in company, gift shops, candle shop, anda is never getting back into law >
Staff Writer the state of Washington. The day trophy shop.In ment work.

came when it was time to go :back to October of 1980 the newspaperhad After finding but that work was
Wt ding story on myself is like tryIng my place of birth for a reason I have written a series of hard news that easy to get I almost went back Local PoetIn

tu put toothpaste back In the tube. yet to understand. stories on the local drug operations to law enforcement. Then.l went Black Culture

With this In mind I will attempt to Being born in Durham, North resulting in the arrest of several large the Telegraph office and in the end Celebration

write a brief background story so Carlolma, I packed my wife, dealers. ( "tOn was hired..I think.

those who read news items will know Katherine, and two sons, Greig and October 19, 1981, just one day For those readers that- look I'f
who to take out after. David, and we arrived in North after the last drug story, the education I 'have a Law Mrs. Catherine (Cassie) Dean a

Carolina. newspaper was burned down to the (L.L.B.), Business Adminstratlon, resident of Starke. (Pleasant Grove)
The best years of my life were spentin After a short vacation I started a ground. Everything that we had was dustrial Psycholgy, Certified was a guest performer during the
Naples, Florida At the age of 18 Ientered newspaper called the Butner Weekly lost in that fire. Insurance would not print Agent, Registered Black Culture Celebration held at the

the Navy and became a Record. The paper was a dream of a wen come close to replacing what Criminologist as, well as Thomas Cultural Center in

Special Investigator for the govern- life time. As time went on the paper was lost. educational degrees. Gainesville on Saturday June 6.
ment working as a drug agent. became a corporation with several The cost of starting over and Several people have asked where ._ ft

For a short period of time I owned aLawtey other business interests, printing building back the paper would have learned to write. The answer is I Carl Tilley... Mrs. Dean recited the poem, "Two
taken money and time. With this in like to write and have never taken Women in One House", one of her"

mind it was decided to sell the other special school on the subject. Likes weekly newspapers over a originals.The .

I business interests and come back to Being a police officer is like Now a staff writer for the Brad-
News Florida.At reporter as the reports are County Telegraph. bold explosive expressions us-
first I thought of starting a like a news item. Most police ed by Mrs. Dean in the delivery of her

b> Elizabeth Miss Vickie Nicula went on a trip smaller newspaper in Florida. This are overcome with paper work ve a 3rd degree black belt in karate poem drew a loud round of applause
Phone 782-3300 Terry with her Senior Class to the Bahamason was short lived as there are many one learns to write the reports from time to time I will work out From the very thrilled audience.

Friday June 12. They plan to small weekly newspapers and most the first time.I that.

return on Monday, June 15. fighting to keep their doors open. like weekly newspapers over So that Is the story of my Mrs. Dean has appeared on
CIIL'RCII: ACTIVITIES: Mr. and Mrs. Joey Starling of There is no real reason why I pickedthis daily. One reason being most ... speclal..but on the numerous occasions at churches and
Emmanuel Baptist: On Road 235 by Starke, spent Sunday afternoon with area to live in other than the fact papers seem not to be as personal as -hand it may be to someone else. social gatherings In the Starke Brad-

New River Fire Department, will their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles that I liked the people.I weekly. This and the fact that a weekly must add that I love people and I ford County area sharing with audiences -
have a fish fry at the church Saturday Starling.Mrs. felt with my education and experience newspaper is read In most cases te those that try to walk over the lit- her array of "down home",

afternoon at 5:30.: A Gospel Sing will Marie Wilkerson plans to I would have very little problem very carefully by its readers.As person.I humorous and melancholy poems.
follow at 7:30: p.m. with the Smith return home from Baptist Hospital, getting a job. My first love is the far as sports I am not that can't stand to see someone taken

Family from Williston, Fl. Jacksonville on Monday, June 15. newspaper business and my last love over any of them except football. of. I will take up a fight if .
On June 21 until
Sunday Friday,
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teston were
June 26, the church will have a ,
Sunday dinner guests of their son-in-
revival. The speaker will be Rev. Sam
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Mecleiros. Rev. Dave Medeiros'
son. Charlie Mosley and Mr. and Mrs. Pat
The pastor and church family invite
Henry who was there also.
each and to
everyone come. Mrs. W.E. Pendarvis visited her
King's :
son Frank, of Gainesville, on Satur-
Corner of 301 and Park Streets
day, June 12. He is getting much bet-
will be held on Sunday June 28. It will
ter and is looking forward to
be featuring "The Singers of Heart". coming
home and back to church.
There will be dinner the coming
on grounds. Mrs. John Tye, Sr., Mr. and Mrs.
are asking to
They everyone bring and family of Jackson-
Tommy Talley
food, chairs and friends.
Everyone is ville, her son, Mr. and Mrs. John Tye,
cordially invited. Jr., and family, took Mrs. Tommy

p.m.School II CHURCH a.m.Evening 9:43 Evening: a.m.SCHEDULE service singing, Worship at begins 7:30:services: p.m.Sunday at 6:30 Or-:at Talley Mr.her Saturday and birthday to Western Mrs.night Gene anniversary.June Steer Howell 13 Steak for of a Houseon Pom-treaton 1 ccX'' cr Father's Day GIFT HEADQUARTERS J JI

practice on Tuesday at 7:30:
Beach are visiting their brother-
choir p.m. ,Wednesday 6:30: p.m. Bible evening Study Childrens at 7:30: in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Earl rEm(JIW J (2L e IOtE2a( Jif 4 Qt. Electric i

COMMUNION will be served Troxell for some time. eUiYVUllli( ;( ( L 4G13 .. _
p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walker and ,Peanut ( $ 99 Ice Cream Maker ,
Sunday June 21. This will be OPEN 301SOUTK STARKE.FLORIDA
1Re .
relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Steele .Srltu
Communion which will be offered to Batter '
and daughters of Apple Creek, Ohio, J.aIFerrq. $1299
all who claim the of Christ. Joinus
name 'ikA.; : 18 Oar Jar .$2.23
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Steele and family, Sunday.June 21.1981 "''' ? .
for this service. The churchas <<
special of Livingston, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. IiiIIii' j Creamy or Xtra Crunchy
a whole will be
learning Scripture
Bill Warren and son, Larry of Aurora,
Songs taken strictly from the Bible Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. John Steele A sst. Colors TG&YCharcoal C a I Kingsford
Sunday at 6:30
every evening p.m. for week's reunion and emanCHARCOAl
Rev. Don Love will be offering group got together a ti I 191 I i
it much.
classes in guitar, banjo, and drums, Mr. and very Mrs. Daniel Wilkison and CAL-DIUMS Lighter 1 Gallon Can 10 LbIIOLb Bag ,
during the summer months. Mrs. Ann 1 Quart Can Reg. $2.27
of Jacksonville, Reg. 93.59
daughter, Dana
Love will be teaching a Math Lab, Beautify Your Reg. $1.27
dinner of their
language lab, and Bible Attack skills, were Saturday, Mr. and Mrs.guests Donald Yard Today 3 For SDOO $ 7 '
parents $ 07 31 .
to those who feel they need extra help Wilkison, Sr. .-r-: ;: ;

in these areas. Call 7823238.
Mrs. Elsie Norman and her grand- <
: Jim, Kenneth and Kevin Nor- '
Ii InstantNESTEA
Faith and Robann Smith of Zip Wax
man and Alan Wood, attended the Abe
Jacksonville are spending some time
with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Starling Reunion at Middleburg on CAR WASH

!Mrs. Henry Smith. Sunday. Web 3 Oz. Jar 18 Oz. ,
Miss Arthurine Blanchard visited '
Mrs. Fred Pendarvis visited her Makes 30 Quarts e.
her sister, Miss Enza Blanchard, whois ,..., $2.39 .. r Tfi-
brother-in-law, Frank Pendarvis, of jteg.U.
"J at rn Rr I JA..noJrR + t.r -
back in the nursing home, on Sun- Multi'Color -ii
Gainesville on Sunday June 7th. He is 67 ,
P.M. Miss Enza to |
day is continuing $ 67
getting much better. improve.Mrs. "| Brooker" gall
Lisa, Rhonda, and Michael Starl-

ing, returned to their mother, Mrs. Lawn Chairs
Elaine Starling, of Lake Butler, TGIYGlASS
Saturday June 13. Stephanie Starling Frank Camp returned home CLEANER
went to live with her uncle and aunt, Saturday night after spending two MealloTT. .
!Mr and Mrs. Thomas Nettles of Lake weeks with her mother, Mrs. Elsie Reg. 22 Oz. Spray Bottle R.,. SM." $ 9 9

Butler .June 13. All of them have been Edmunds in Clarkston, Wash. We are $7,86 Reg. $1.31 3 9

foster children of Mr. and Mrs. Henry happy to report that her mother is )

Smith since July IS, 1980. recuperating nicely. 994 (
Mr. and Mrs. N.J. Strickland of Rev. Delbert King of Grace United \ ii _

Suwannee Fla., were Thursday din- Methodist Church, visited Miss Enza $647 ,
ner guests of their aunt, Mrs. O.J. Blanchard Tuesday at Frazier
Anders. Memorial Hospital in Macclenny.Mrs. Coast, Zest, Irish Spring BarBell '

Mrs. Tom Whaley and daughters of Wendie Smyth of Jacksonville, 50 Ct. SOAP IlM9E119ET All Electric wltaInlsfa

Tampa, were Sunday dinner guests of spent the weekend with her parents,
her mother\ Mrs. Nellie Wilkinsonand Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. ClothesPins Bath Size Reg. $41.99
Mrs. J.E. McIver of Ocala and Mr. Weed Eatersill
her sister, Mrs. Daisy Boch.
and Mrs. Buster and 2 BAAS$ 00 $
Miss Marie Northcutt was a Saturday Starling gg97Tumblers

overnight guest of her friend, daughter, Tammy, of Mulberry, 97 c '
Miss Judy Herndon. visited Mrs. Wilma Wainwright on tJ. I "

Mrs. Elizabeth Keen and her Sunday. All of them attended the Jim Re,. $1.39 Limit; 1 S 'J' II ,'' A JI :w i' \

daughter of Tenn., and sister Miss Starling Reunion at Macclenny on ; :' : i( : e'-1 f'' v

Vickie Denmark of Jacksonville, Sunday, June 14. or 44k. 204 f't" J; :
spent Tuesday afternoon with their Mr and Mrs. Tommy Boyette of I, i % borAry ,. 0 O :I... N. t

grandmother, Mrs. Lois Carter. Jacksonville, were Sunday dinner Cornet 2 RollsHiDri
:Mrs Jewel Dobbs and daughterMrs guests of their brother and sister-m- Reg. ,

Linda Landers and babies of law Col. and Mrs. Wm. Wilson. .Z Crisco ....JIJ\\ilL'! ". I"it.'_" : I
Huntsville Ala., are spending some Thanks to all who have so generously Paper
time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. supplied us with vegetables to ii prllice .' 10
Arlie Dobbs can/freeze for the winter. Much $100 .
Shortening -r '
Mrs. Delbert King and daughterKim thanks to those who have supplied Towels I r !t

went to Washington, D.C. with trailers, refrigerators, chairs, per-
Limit 2
the School Patrol of Alachua County sonal labor, to get the KING'S 3 Lbe 99 : .. .., 1"C .. J

and returned home on Sunday on AM- CHURCH functioning. God Bless you Cheaper By The DozenChoice Final Net

TRAK. mightily. For those who are following of 12 Can TGIY 100 Cie i'

Mr and Mrs, Edward Lee Massey our Maura's progress, she returned to Limit2 x '
returned to Lawtey from Palatka Shands this past Wednesday for a Cisco -, (lair "

recently on account of his health. hearing evaluation. Her report was WashclothsDishcloths Envelopes

Deepest sympathy of the community fantastic with minimal hearing problems '
is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt caused mainly by a minor mid- Spray

Starling because of the death of their dle ear infection. All of you who have Reg. 79' 2 For

sister, Mrs. Geraldine Taylor of prayed so diligently for her can surely '
Jacksonville. Our prayers are also feel your prayers have been answeredin $399 12 $ 1 00

with them this area. Pk -- $')29P 3 5/8x6/ 1/2/ J

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Community News No-Ad I

Ladies' Slacks ; Hershey Suntan

Lovefeast Service at All
bj Kli/ubeth: members are asked to attend. Reg. $3.97 Chocolate
l'honeMil-SliH3! ; :
Ml. :Moriah United :Methodist CreamPlastic
:\01'1All:: members and citizensof ce

the Concerned Citizens of Bradford Church.Father's Sunday Day School program at 9:30: will A c\e1).t ec $200 ( 16 Oz. Btl. $ 80Juvenile
County, Ine, are asked to meet Mon- Syrup | .,
presented at 11 is in- (
day, June22 in the II.J.E Cafeteria vited. a.m. Everyone
7:30: p.m. The input of you is neededfor I II
Greater Allen Chapel A.M.K.:

success.'a utioll Bible Church: The annual Men's Day program I j Soft Terry ClothChild's 2R40IS'1841,1Io

Activities will terminate Sunday beginning I I .
with Sunday School at 10 a.m. II $121/
St. Julia l.ilist| Church Lawtey.
Morning Worship at II a m. Dinner
-.101.lol1day: June 15. Family night will served after Chaise
will be held Friday, June 19, 7 p.m. immediately mor-
Service will terminate
('ahary Kiiitlst Church: : June 22-26. ning worship. Asst. FoamPlates
with Reverend Irregular
E. Rose conducting Reg. $9.97
invited.No .
Time 5.7 p.m. The public is
service at 3 All members
p.m. are 4 for
.\t'wI.lh..1\ and Kbme/er: Baptist asked to cooperate with this activity. Ladias'Briefs i' 't- $791
This is Red Letter for
a Day, the
Church: Vacation Bible School will beheld 10 Ct. Sectional

July 6-10 at New 6-8 p Bethel,m. Baptist Church, members. $1 00 47"N: 12 Ct. Platters Chair: Reg. $7.97

1' (.1'0"i : Vacation Bible .St. John's Day Celebration & Plates'' '$591 J

School July 13-17, 3-7 p.m. Everyoneis St. John's Day will be celebrated .. .p

welcome, Young and old.irratcr Sunday June 28 at New Hope Baptist .pElastic *X0 2 Pkg $ 1 .
( Hrthlrham Freewill Baptist Church. Time 2 p.m. The Masonic Leg _
Chitrcb: Thursday at 7:30: p.m. Story Family is invited to be present.MI.PlsgahA.ME.'hurch .
Hour Friday 6:30: p.m. the Junior : : Serviceswill

Choir and Junior Usher Board will begin with Sunday School at 10 .
meet.: Saturday dinners will be sold \
a.m. Morning Worship at It a.m. All -
from the church kitchen. Sunday members are asked to cooperate with .
School 9:30: a.m. Morning Worship at the activities of the church. I .,, :
II 1 a.m. Dinner will be served at 12:30 '
Church of led In Christ! : Friday at
noop, Evening Worship at 6 p.m. The ,,... n .,. ,' ,
public Is invited to attend. 7:30: on Pastoral Teaching. Sunday I'j; "' ..r.: ) ;) (,. ''r) tI''t..$ P". :" j'
School at 9:30: ( a.m. Morning Worship
I I'ltdsanl drove United Methodist! at 11:30: a.m. Y.P.W.W. at 5:30: p.m. 11.'t '
( \ "
'hlir h: Sunday School at 10 a.m.; and Evening worship at 7:30 p.m. ...,.. J vi I' I: ,+I toriJt ...'./II )!-.' .
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June 18, 1IrUAlligator!

1' Farm

T' .

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: ; by Carl TilleyBCT is in demand at restaurants in the
Staff Writer area.
ft "We sell some to West Coast Sea
This past week the State Foods in Gainesville," says Morgan.
"irt Legislature passed a new law allow. In addition, the meat is sold to The
: ing alligator skin shoes, handbagsand Yearling at Cross Creek, and Morgan
other goods to return to store has received calls from restaurants in
shelves in Florida. New York.
Effective Friday, June 5, the law
r lifts the ban against the sale of items The meat sells for as much as $10
made from the hide of this once en- per pound and restaurants must havea
dangered speciesAt special permit.
4 t f Alligator hides are now bringing
', sf, this time there are six alligator $125 to $150 for a 6 foot size. Morgan
farms located in Florida, includingone says there is a huge demand for the
in Bradford County. One gator alligator hides in foreign countries.
V f farm has been operating at Bell, in Morgan has started with 250
Gilchrist county for the past 4 years. breeders. The first nesting season has
I just started and the baby gators
What many local residents do not should hatch in September. Don ex-
know is there is a new alligator farm pects a 1,000 gator harvest by 1984.
r in Bradford county. This farm is
'Ir'ks r located in a swamp off County Road Feeding time is something to see,or
21-B across the road from Silver not see, depending on how one likes
._ Lake. the idea of 250 hungry gators trying to
eat at the same time.
Dora Morgan, architect,of Keystone The gators eat around 1,600 poundsof
v Heights, recently took out a building meat per week. Due to a state law,
permit at the Bradford County Zoning the gators have to be fed at night. The
Office to build breeding pens, incubators reason for this is the buzzards will see
ramps, skinning sheds and the meat and flock down to try and
other alligator farm buildings. help themselves which makes the
Ironically, Florida was the only gators a tad bit upset.It .

-.........& e..",..., .. ....... state alligator among hide 50 that products banned the until sale the of is expected, WIth the new law,
photo by Carl Tilley recently passed law. that more gator farms will be poppingup
Hi There............. "The purpose of this farm is to raise but the state has some strict con-
I This sleeping gator Is just one of many at the new The new state law could open up many such farms in the gators for hides and meat," according trols on gator farms to control any
alligator farm across from Silver Lake in Bradford County. area. to Morgan, who says gator meat over-killing of gators.NORTH .

I Area Students Tapped For National HonorThe MOUNTAINSMountain CAROLINA

Society of Distinguished Students awarded this honor Include Unique in concept, the Society has cabin with fireplace. Dandy garden spot.
American High School Students an- : Stephanie Rachelle Wheelerand combined this honor with its National Solid Oak = This is a handy man special because It Is not finished
nounced recently that two students Donna Leean Dodd. Awards Program which earmarks inside, roughed wire and plumbing completed. Water
from Hope Baptist Church are to be The students sponsor, Rev. Pat college scholarships for Society Swings Rockers ; and the outside is completed. Large deck overlooking
included in its membership for 1981. Murphy, received a National Appreciation members. This program, now in its q mtns. You can live In it while you finish it up. 3 miles
The Society, one of the most selec- Award from the Society for thirteenth year is funded by over 100 '24.95 s21,9 from Murphy. $24,500.00, $5000.00 down assume
tive high school honoraries in being dedicated to the encourage- American colleges. It also preservesthe 964-5771 loan.
America today, accepts only students ment and assistance of students." honor by listing the students and
nominated by their sponsors. To be One of the Society's goals is to( make their biographies in an annual 6 24 acres near lake. Good access. Located in the
nominated, students must excel in membership an encouragement for Membership Registry.
mtns Several bldg. sites. Get away from it all.
,,,. ,
academics, extracurricular, or civic top performance on the secondary $12,500.00 makes you the new owner. $1500 down,
activities. school level. ""' assume loan.
Every .;'Sat., AUCTION 1 ,)7:30: 1 : "

I Inmate Suicide Reported at RMCA I Morgan's : :I or1t! ll,: II tl f' ". III sI' <,, !I tiO\l, \! ',I'O.l"! ; "r Lake Private.three This bedrooms.Is a beautiful Located setting.on$49,500 Blue Ridge 00

14500.00 down,, loan.
New Selection Weekly "You Bid" You Buy assume
Reception and Medical Center Inmate Norman was sentenced in March Beauty Shop
was found dead in a shower at 1974 to a life prison term with a man- Furniture GiftwareMuch These are a few of over 2000 listings. We have all
3:22: p.m. Thursday, June 11, according datory Z$ years before parole, for Under New Management Much More Too Many Items To Mention types of property from $500.00 per acre and up. We
of Corrections first degree Dade County. have small tracts, we also have several cabins.
to a Department Consignments Accepted
The inmate was also serving a 31zteat'sentence houses old farms etc. Write or call today for a free
spokesman. > *< .Debbie Lie AuctioneeInaVd:2kdboT
gt t i Styles by II Stephens } Runyan Owner r
Lei"oVUrggdNorman,33T'wlsnasl"seen for grand larceny. oJvMel ; listing brochure. You can call free by dialing
in an isolation room of the prison Linda Starling Open_ 7. _Days ,a week c 1-800.438.7421. Write or call today.

before hospital his about body two was and discovered a half hours by a Open Tues. Sat. '8:30: a.m. til 5 p.m. :' : : : : n>! f$: : : t. ";) a i I CHEROKEE LAND COMPANY
,: :t ,oGlla.San\ \!' MURPHY. NORTH CAROLINA
nurse and correcitonal officer who except by 8ppt. \ :, ,
from his 964-7004 :
discovered him missing For Sale \ ., .' 28906
room. Square Balers: John -- -
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3:22: p.m. by prison Doctor Angel Holland 268$1050; Ford
530, $895; New Holland
Vega. RMC officials conducted an 569, $750. Round Balers:
investigation that revealed Norman Gehl Model 1500, $3850;
had cut an artery on the left side of his Vermeer 504C, $3950.
neck. Initial cause of death was Roberts Motors
reported as loss of blood but the state & Equipment Inc.
attorney's office has ordered an
2373 SW Archer Rd
autopsy to determine actual cause of
Gainesville, Fla
death" W fl/ si s'4te 1\ 878-4506
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Wednesday; June 24, 1981 8 Oz. Choice

10. J a.m.

292 Guerdon Rd., Lake City (off 441 North) Rib Eye.Dinner .

Trucks 4 Welders

Vans 4 Fork Lifts

Autos Trailers1,000's Bring Pop to the

Shop Equip of

Office Equip feet'' of alum.

Elec Tools extrusion Choice Steak House this

Air Tools : Large lot ofstructural
of $489

potatoes Sunday to celebrateHis
Sale Conducted By: !McDougalPs Auction Co.

Jacksonville Florida 32210

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Bill Mathis Heating Donny Falcon take this opportunity i

& Air Conditioning; Inc. on this special occasion to thank

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Commercial Residential
Industrial wish each and every Fathera

The pleasant Father's Day.
Announcing OpeningOf very
U.S. 301 South 964-8061

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MOBILE HOME LOT lot I and reducedfor
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retired coupl. Beautiful Every, Thursday 7pm. two'ACRES... nationally 6/S 7/2:' edition of the Union clearance Jim's Furniture -
AND/Of Treasures
trees. Across, from Lake 2315 S.Ei H wtliarn.ltoadGainviII. CASH PAID FOR ALUMINUM Lake Butler: *: Dfpt.
advertised Gardsette County Times. Itchg 6/18. 2tctig
SALESi Immediate and home in A.41 3809 Weono Ave..
oppor Truckloads property
Geneva. $55 month.:Phene II Enter CANS 3q cents 'NEVER USED DOUBLE HIDS- Beautiful bedroom suites
Draperies. SAW per pgvnd.C6o'per "
tunity. His Stores for Mer merchandise > soleGrocer peenvood1 Mills 3 miles Charlotte NC 28203.. ,3ft>d
.Is seeking. Individual* 4732879. tfnehg 5/? t.s every- ToolsFurnlturev north of /fCeystone. 24x60 prl.... Ed or Lama : '; t raes -and'bah. A-BEOc$250, side by siderefrigerator by MOVHIUand, others.' '6/11 6118. '.- X,' .
MOBILE HOME In Lake .rl..: Hand 'Block'1'
I I. Stephen. 4962219. $175, chest Prices, start from$339.5'or
desiring cor..r in retail! ElectrontcsKnivesNoveltf -. mobile, home, 3BR. :2BA > MOBIL HOME REPAIR Pf R-
sales. W. offer ful Geneva Park. $140 and up. .s.Etc. carpet," CH/A deep well I' S/1/80TFN. ( ; S. 6th St.; Mocdenny. $35, new queen size box complete bedroom ,SON energetlc J'andL
Phone 473-2879. tfnchg 5/7 TART COLLEGE NOW-See 'Florida):. Phone"' springs $-40. new king' size suites. Mattress,
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earnim! Come on wh.r. th. merchandise wlfh delicious wat.r.S2 .knowledgeable.43, : la. $o
COTTAGE AT SMITH LAKE. the Lak. City Community 259.69921TFt4} 6(8.( box springs $40. ..ofa.lov..ot. and rail 1 not 'Included:'" "
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2BR ''arg.llvlng area chair blue Lake
vancement. Apply in p.rI 7th _r..W.are establish finance with reasonable I I College local courseschedule $200. Jlm't Furniture Itchg
son or call His Stores fo. equipped and carpeted ed. 4tpd down payment. Discount'' this edition of the 'INSURANCEMAINESINSURANCE floral sofa$145 dinette set Butler, 2tdt. 4/116/18. U 618.WANTED
month. Phone -464.4323.
M.n from 10 a.m. to i $225 per for cath. Union County Times. Itchg $95. BE stack
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p.m. Monday-Friday. 772.1775 tfnchg 6/11 or 388-3559 (Jax) YARD SALI.-nclr.lng, over Nights and 12.377.7..96'1 I I ARD SALE 430 NW 2nd St. AGENCY washer/dryer $150 .rORYOUNMAltSTATIMIEOS .
269-7188. 3tchg 6/11.25 $11 Friday. Saturday* one1 912-294-0189. Friday and Saturday. June 160 S. Lake Ave.. Lake bedroom suite$150. Phone MOBCLI HOMES WANTED
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I secluded Melrose area. Sunday Jun. 19. :2031. < SILVER SAND LAKE 19 and 20 9 a.m. until. Butler 4963978. Complete 752.7961 Providence. 1 Itchg COUNTY Will pay cash for your used
FOR SALE month utilities a.m. Ill dark.* takevle' 2BR house 110.658'1 Chlldrens clothing-siie.5. Insurance Service. TFN DRESSER WITH MIRRORi $65. .... mobile home. Roy-Powell,
$150 plus deposit.per Call 475-1368 Street off North\, Pecan dition. C/A, 6 and 7; toys, bedspreads, ._ i. _.t i doubl. bed $60. twin bed .he.I4.Ipln lrne.dal 496-3377. TFN 416.HIKE'S .
1 LAKE LOT on sand bottomed 6/11-18 Doublewlde trojjer furnished. Nice mist Items. Everything FOR SALE 40. Sears washer used 'YOUR CHANCE-4o

lok. in Hillcrest. $800 STORE 2tchg FOR RENTs Ideal location 473.3666. Itchg 6/18 Small sailboat b.ach'l I must go reasonable one year $150, dryer $75, Calla tort a college degree. Seethe
down $146 44 p.r month 32000. Assume 7 prices Itpd 6/18. king size bed $150. color Lake City Community
near heavy traffic. Approximately FREE ENGLISH IVY, U'pull.Coladiums ) BrownRealtorAssociate
WANTEDASH PORCH SALE: Thursday and T.V. $I"' green floral sofa local
Phone 473-4058 or mortgage or owner can College course
I 900 squarefe.t finance. 17375117. 1 13IR Friday tools, guns, mixed colors, w/2 chairs $225 queen schedule
473-4367 after 6 p.m. front of 4tchg power this edition of the
tfnchg 3/26 In. Phone 473-2149 new pasoffice. FOR COLD sterling 2BA HOME In Silver !I I house hold items and misc. Silver multiple Dollar bulbs per pot. $1. size water bed wshadowbox 496-3022 Union County Times. Itcha
jewelry diamonds, coins Ridge overlooking Silver Items. 890 SE 5th Ave. headboard padded TIN In end Owens.lne. 6/18.
I 4tchg 6/18.7/9 Will visit your home lake. Two miles to I Lake Butler Just off SR $5. Contrary Mary'sNursery sides and heater $300
1BR 2BA HOME-CH/A. $3Sf SR 121: In Realtors
financed 10 percent Interest anywhere. 3765235. Mr, Keystone schools, on county 9 I I 121. turn south by Inspection bunk bed $150. baby bed
month. Lok. access LaCrosse, next to Post Office. REAL
| Lots on clear, .and 3760078.per tfnchg 6/18 Rittman, tfnchg 6/4 owned roads. 41000. station 300 yards' on :Phone"462-1561: 4tchg w/Simmons mattress $60. Riverfront River access ,
bottomed lake, priced to 11 3/4% mortgage right, 9 am.6 p.m. Itpd .. Phone 752.7961 Pro. ESTATE
MOBILE 6/ 6/n 6/186/25.: lot.
3760078. 6/18 Jun. vidence. I Itchg 6/18.
five acres overlooking lok. 12 x 70 with extension' SHELL HOME on your land :20 9a.m.-4 p.m.. 511 SW U 1973 CHEVROLET WAGON LOOKING FOR a special
-pick .or we-pick atSchr.tzmann's 80 beautiful acres,
(access ovailobl.) with lake Geneva area 3 BR. no money down IS yr. 12th St. Misc. Items, avon 350 automatic $425. piece of property If I
from 2 BA fully furnished. baby Berry Farm Phone.0196.3359. Itpd 6/18. partly cleared river don't have I'll _
nice trees S3.3OO .financing 2 1 3 BR Complete products jewelry SR-241: A. Providence. Call It find ItJust
$500 down ISO a month. Quiet and secluded. CARPENTER WORK o Dried' In Readyfor clothing, tupperwareitems. 755.02112tchg: 6/11 6/18. Okra and tomatoes for access,owner financp ask....JANE S. USHER
.. Children and Remodeling work, kitchen sale. Phone 4962595.: Cliff
Commercial frontageInvestment some pets buyer to complete In. Itpd 6/18. 100 acres, good REALTOR 496-2126: or
opportunity okay. $200 p.r mo. Ph. cabinets and trim ferior. Total cost under Yarbrough. :2 tchg. 6/11 pasture or crop land. .496-2903: eves, "your
SR.21 N. Own.r-sal.sman. 9647642.: Itpd 6/18. carpenter. Reasonable Beautiful' ornamental better winding creek, goodinvestment. Union County Realtor tin
18000. Call 473-3133
4734375. tfnchg 5/7 prices. Call Ed Dempsey at or g Com quality plate glass mir 3/26.
AKC DOsERMANS.-Top CARS 473-2477 after 6 p.m. 964-5533. Bob Harris. yHirJh: of rors. Good .selection all
quality only. You are invited Hncha 57ALCOHOLIC _. sizes. Best prices 10 acres, great site foi Union County
to visit our kennsls. TRUCKS ANONYMOUS. STEVE BROADWAY anywhere Jim's Furniture home nice large AAA

"75.I 228. Closed meetings Monday Lake Butler. 2tchg 6/11 trees. REAL ESTATE
WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN 1975 PONTIAC FIREBIRD. p.m. Open meetings Fri TREE SERVICE EniT9y Quality bedding by Serto. AGENCY
tfnchg 57ttACRE $800. 473-3049. Itpd 6/18 day 8 p.m. Alanon Monda Top of the line Signature 40 heavily wooded
LOTS for sale from 196B MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE. 8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7 Removal III. Reduced for 25th factory acres Ph. 7S2-OS77
$2,995. Restricted with $3,900.473.3757. Itpd p.m. All meetings In Now is the anniversary sale. OFFERS:
lake access 3772808. 6/18 Educational' Building Community Many other sets reducedfor 20 acres just what 9'I
tfnchg 6/18 FORD PICK-UP-Hunter's Church tfnchg 4/2 Trimming time to clearance.Jim's Furniture you need, 3 acres I
AMANA 18.000 BTU window special topper A/C. AM. PRESSURE CLEANING. 4 lake Butler. 2 tchg cleared Best buy in town,3 Br, 2 ;
A/C $199; Amona window FM clean good tires, runs Phone 473.:2477. tfnchg 5/7 Free Estimates summerizeyour DON'T MISS THIS SUMMER B, large corner lot. A '
A/C 5.000 BTU $95 lik. n.w.495.. Phone PLUMBING REPAIRS'-lorry COLLEGE CLASS In Union CaD for additional infor home the family can en

Phone 4733202. 2tch{ 473-2277. Hnchg 6/18 Teague Plumbing. 473-4732 mobil County. See the loco'' matron: joy. Large kitchen with
6/18-25 "".1513. tfnchg 5/21 After 5 p.m. course schedule this edl 496.3022 plenty of cabinets.
9rear Keystone Heights home roof lion Union County Times.
carpet depression glass. WORK--build patios additions town, 3 Br, 1 B,
furniture, Chambers gas remodeling homes -- brick home 3 stall car-
stove and much more LEGION HALL. SR-21: and tile work. Also pain- With Nigh Cost of Rent. Get !.. DonT port w/2 acres M.O.L..

available Saturday 7:30p Saturdays 7pm. Public invited ting. Free. estimates HuntleyRedfearn's Anvil Lake Butler Apartments Lake Butler Florida,may Large bedrooms,
.m. at Keystone Auction tfnchg 6/4 Phone 473 4473 during have the answer you have been looking for... LR/DR combo. Over

Lawrence Blvd. Inside Flea LONELY New singles day tfnchg 5/7 R VICES Flex Now taking applications for 1 BR 2 BR 3 BR & 4 2000 sq. ft. roofed area.
Market now 7 days. .
open magazine Stampaddressenvelope BR July occupancy. Lake Butler Apartments offers Beautiful 5 acre
WANTED HAIR with .I.ctroly.I' -
Itchg 6/18 for free informa 473.4340 central heat and mobile home site.
air wa0-te-w&U carpeting kitchen 2
Call for free
LOVE SEAT-new in bags; tion. Box 880.G9)( ), Boynton a con 0 roof coating .
sultation. 473-7033. appliances and on site laundry facilities. The unit miles west of Pro
coffee and end table; tollkltcn.n FL 33435. 6tpd Amy'sElectrolysis or
49O Lawrence are well-designed and spacious.For vidence.
stool. Phone with a 2
473-2789 after 6pm. 514.618PUBLIC Blvd., Keystone tfnchg 64CARPENTRY.cabinets 473.4252 year guarantee. those who qualify there la a federally: funded Call 496-3814 for
tfnchg 6/18 and AUCTION-Every Friday Repairs Of Major subsidy program available,whereby rent is based on an appointmentNotary
every shelves, paneling Electric income. Service
12 GAUGE 28" modified Hwy. 17 north In parti AppliancesServing
choke, vent rib barrel p Palatka.m. Wholesale auc dons, doors windows, installation Bradford & Clay Please write for more 'Information and application: Atttr Ham. .

automatic shotgun. Only Lion Mondays 7pm. 4tpc *, repairs. E.N. Counties, Mobile Homo Center Casa del Mar Apartments, State Road 3, St. John Lsnatan"" Jr.r'R.RwAssectata.
used twice $200. Phone Bolton 473.. .520.. .4tpd -- ,Augustine.Florida 32084. ."> f>
4733291 Itchg 6/18 .V286/18.! ?. I..?*.,e11;;' 'BlyJ KeystoneS ,, 473-3775 'Hwy 2t''td':' KeYstone RgfeV: !l; Equal Housing Opportunity .' .. >.. .11 .n",..,../ \ r..j .....1-11'. o!ImNrr'.4
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before publics. Ion. SERVICESNEW FOR SALE _

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Minimum charg S2.50. 197 SUZUKI. GS-SMh with

(Covert 15 Words). AND USED WATERI fairing and bar and book ,FURNITURE Heavy wood REPOSSESSED TVi Console
Each word over 19 I CONDITIONERS Sales and rack. Low mileage. Call dining table 6 chair, 2 model 25" color under ONI ACRE-WELL. SEPTIC ,

1.10cenl. I: Service. Call for free water 9646558. Itpd 6/18. 1 leave $220: red hide-a warranty Pay off balance TANK utility pale, circle j

Not roiponslble for when I. analysis' and information inc SUZUKI 450 Li Red. Low bed sofa $249: 5-drawer duo $181.00 cash or drive. privacy fence, utility ,
errors given chest $73 chrome dinetteset ,
S over 964.5673.3/12 tfn. mileage. 2 helmets. Footrests ; payments of $18.10 house. Good land. lawtey.$63OO. erWilltJarREALTY
a the phone or when copy Is not typed and [WILL DO TYPING AT HOME and adjustable Sissy with 3 each chairs $20; 2 month. Also $130.00 per off Phone S33-2339. I

[brought to the) office). Please call Ado Reddish at seat and rack. Call work desk table/desk$59 $39; orange, 6 red mfg. retail price any now tfrwhg 5/21.

9647910. tfnchg 5/21. 964-5630 after 5.1tpd6/18. and block dinette chairs RCA or Philco 25" color TV.
BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK Ins HONDA 360. $500.00. White
$65; drop-leaf table with' 2 Sewing and Appliance CARS &
SERVICE Bradford County Call 4311748. 6/18 2tchg Center Archer 96,4-7776

YARD SALE FOR RENT residential pump.out., 6/25. drawers leaves $175$25,;small phone chest Encore of Square, Gainesville, TRUCKSI149B.OO ,TERWIUSGAI 205 N. Temple. Starke
$50. We also re-lay drain phono 3764466. 6/11
GARAGI SAUi Jun. 19 & lines. Phone 964-8131. 964-5648; 9647189. 'Itpd (t.,LCI
20. From S a.m. til dark. 3 adults. only no pets. Apply 5/28 TFchg. 6/18. (on order). 8 a.m. to Plymouth Fury.AC PS Air I
with In
ml. north of Starke on, at 405 N. Church TFchg. NEED ROOFING OR PAIN case 6:30: p.m. Monday Sat. shocks, clean, no rust, We are proud to offer one of Bradford finest r.sld.n.u
Baylese Highway (SR229). 6/4. TING |lobs don.? Call USID NEWSPAPER condition. $65. Phone 2:30: 6:30: on Sunday.. good! condition. Phone situated en 33 acres landscaped In magnolia, azaleas,

Look for signs. Had 6/18. TWO BEDROOM TRAILER 782.3669.6/18 2tchg 6/25. ALUMINUM PLATES 24 x 9645648. Itpd 6/18. Earlton area. 2OOA. 4 miles 964.6940. 6/4 3tchg 6/18. pin 4 ataaweerf plus' split rail fence with attractive

FRIDAY SATURDAY TVs; 12x60 located In QUALITY TREE WORK trimming 36" 25 each. Bradford ALE OR LEASEi 3-yr-old west and I 8/10 miles 1f74 LUV TRUCK See at 426N. bar.... Only minutes from Starke and Gainesville., / ."'-

n.w bikes: brass; furniture Gainesville near VA fertilizing remov County Telegraph whit. filly.. Quarternorsebloodline. North of Melroso. So* .Walnut St. $1 100ar best fccfurafly JnnevaMve with, meticulous alftnf/on, lo .,../",

; jewelry: clothing; 5 Hospital. $1 IS monthly. ing. Phone 964-8477 after 7 9646305. fin Experiencedrider !Price Igns. Bring containers and oHer. ttpd 6/18. Ms dramatic Florida estate has special Iftfvreit Far the

hp motor; tools; trailer; Phone 964-7 164. 6/4 TFchg. p.m. Free ettlmates.. 6/4 NEW CARPET. NEW USED! only. no dogs please. 172 CHEVY 4 cyl. Vega station connoisseur with a discernIng eye for superb oak flooring/

motorcycl.; fencing; TWO BEDROOM TRAILER! air 4tchg 625.TYPEWRITER. Furniture I Appliances. negotiable.stud Also colt for AQHA tale. Longneckers. Phono wagon.Clean, no rust. S r/ctf ,.,...III..g stone fireplace hvae rooms oftr

plants; paintIngs; organ; conditioned water and Plumb. fixture and pipe. yearling 475.1 151 and 4732702.6X4RECONDITIONED New tires and new motor. '3,000 sq. ft CHtA plus ov.rslz..Sgarog. and porch. Has
guns; CB radio.. Next to sewer Included. Please call REPAIR! Call BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 Excellent bloodline, TV'Si $900. Call 964-8727. Itchg .".ry'''''''' that any successful' extcufj. would d..lre./
the Office 110 W CaiI964-507B. 6/18
Pizza Hut.XII North. 10:30: Shop. South. 964-6679. 2/5 1000. 6/18. Owner financing/ ponltlt' for qvallllod b".r.
after 6 7823332. trade-In welcome.' Phone
p.m. Call St., Stark, for detail. 623.TRAVEL .
til dark. Itchg 6/18. Itchg 6/18. TFNchg 2tchg 964-8213. 6/11 tfn. 70 DODGE TRUCK LWB; V-B * * *
FRI. I SAT. YARD SALE 9645764. tfn. tIMEROCKi 20 yd. semi TRAILERS 1968 Brick' v..ieer 3BH I V.S. CIlIA attractive polio with
GLASS CUT TO ORDER model. 19V ft.
: ffrepfoct Forceak.ut. $326.02 ..... 'includes Ain
3-famlly garage sole. HOME load only. ALLEN E. O.J. and tires. Steel cattle rack. pay razes
Nice Norman
quiet area.
Door, window, 6. Selfcontained.Call lewtey.
Sleeps .. (II/% I,,'.).
Some of everything Also TAYLOR. Phone
SlSO/monrr. plus' $50 JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY Lawtcy. 964-7527 after 6 782-3309. Itchg 6/18. $1,000 or best offer. Call
new glassware, novelties 7823172. 4/23 tfchg. pm * * *
deposit. Phone 7823680. days.964.616.S.1Ichg618.111I80
9646078. Orders also 6/18 6/25.
and dishes at reasonable STEREOPHONIC ORGANS 2tchg "Tea far Two"cozy cottage. CHtA fenced yard with new
Itchg 6/li.I
taken In Lake Butler, FRESH VEGETABLES U-Pick
CB bldg. Priced r' "'.
prlc. Corner 301 and SR with "rhythm record ,
Living 496-3079 and 'em. Farm. Peas.
16 at Gulf station 95.Also Keystone great condition Perfect Kersey * 44.
""chonNllh stove
room Heights 473-4973. 2/26 corn. b.II'pepper., FOR SALE rosreru/V decorated 1400 ft. C8h 3BR23 with 14'
will rent space to anyone and ref. $175 month. for adult and yosinQsterstoo. so; m
p.r tomatoes, watermelon it 20' mamlor .". w/w t/* 4 hit.
for selling Call 964 5635 or $100 sec. deposit. Comes with Instruction and Call I SI* ,t. dyne'mal.e carper altr.
964-5180. 6/18 2tchg625.HOMES LOSTFOUNDLOST book. $250.00- Phone cantalopes. * * *
References required. No Ski Boat 85
964-5471. tEn 4/23. 964-5OS8. Itchg 6/18. iiiiI'ii' 80 acres si :3 Bit frame llama ,In ''reisa area 79Aceared
pet. Call 9647188. "Itchg
PURR-BRED REGISTERED nr Evinrude. Hardly .
BROILERS and hot plates for / H IOA trees lot of pecan frees 2 chicken
: ale. Best offer. Phone ANGUS BULL 3-yr. old. used. Sacrifice atSOO. houf.. 30 400' concrete floor/
FURNISHED APARTMENTi Black cot named "Tiger". Phone 964.8356, JamesGaskins.
FOR SALE Three large nice rooms.Utilities White spot on rightforeleg. 9647357. 6/4 3tchg 6/18. IFNchg 5/14. .% 6 .-2S3: 01 * * *
Comforfaole, wll-molnlalnd/ fronts home,
furnished. CANTALOUPES 4H( each 984-11413' a.te for rat appro
Lost near Senny'sBBQ WATERMELONS $1.50. SINGER FUTURA 900 One of 2,000 .q. ft. 215 W. W..",,,,,,..,,. CM )BK or 4811. 2 fullboth
KIYSTONE-STAKKI AREAl driveway No children no (May 9)). Call Town Singer' finest modelt. .. spacious/ grounds toned commercial.
OKRA. tomatoes $6.00 Bu.
pet. Ph. 9645464. 6/18 Country Vet Clinic sold for
N.w home for sale. Alto Originally over
Phone 9646528. Keep * * *
quality built hornet $22 tfn. 9646411. 6/4 3tpd 6/18. Ing. 6/11 TFchg.BLUBERRIESt try- $499. Pay off balance due Anflqu buff?large. 4BH fwa-srory home" with fireplace
MOBILE HOME 2 Siberian
bedroom LOST REWARD I 11 I
p.r sq. ft. built on your lot furnished. or .unfurnished. Husky lost near U-Pick. 50 per $141.00 cash of Si or 2.60 assume Fill Your Freezer over 100,,.s. eld. Appro.. 3.500 la;. ft. "living area. Reduced .
Adams A Hall. payments per $31,000 zoned commercial.
or ours. lb. Call 964-6593 after 5
Private lot. Good location. Greyhound Bus Station.Blockwhite month. Whit. and
473-2056 or 4752128. 6/4 anytime weekends. 6/18 Sewing * * *
female. Call
TFchg. $18Opermo.Call4682101.Itpd 3tchg 7/2. Appliance Canter Archer SPLfOAl 60.33 acres' beavftrul rolling'' land In Breaker area Fran
618APARTMENTS. 964-6970. Itchg 618.
Square, .
ON YOUR LAND Shell and USED APPLIANCES Refrlg., home needs repairs tranquil 'living.
) upstairs, 376-4466 6/11
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homes 100% financing downstoirt. New wwcarpet freezers, air conditioners All U-Pick Ads
BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES commercial Ice machine. tfnchg Brick home with appro MOO so. It. CMA. carport 2 lull
available for 15 2. 3, & and
yrs. stove refrlg.,
TOUCHAMATIC microwaveoven "'t"., 46JV, kltcHon ,..
Please call before 9 /famllf room with //oc., carpeted
4 BR, 2 BA modeli. We $193 p.m.
getit no pels. permo, plus left In toy-a-woy -
7823332. Itchg 6/18. 200Reasonable IX 41 Ofpawed driveway fenced. $45,000 wiCk asium.merfg. .
ready for buyer to complete $100 security deposit. 404 never used has meat probe .
Interior. First time of- N. Cherry St.Cal 1 964-8082. GAS STOVE Cabinet defrost variable
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY design 4-burner 40". Top ( Wording Please) * * *
fered. Payments as low as Itchg 6/18. : Established rout. with burners in good condition. power settings. Assume. lake Brooklyn/ Adorable' home. screened porch 4 deck/
$295 p.r month. Call large debit company. Call Oven not usable, 2 side payments $20.69 per Deadline Tuesday Noon CHaA w/w corp.'. Only 141,SCO. Own. Fin. S 34.500.
473.3133 or 964.5503. Bob WANTEDGOOD between 8 and 10 ask for cabinet Good for lake month. White Sewing and Bradford County '1.llr./II.. / * * *

Harris. 6/18 4tchg 7/9. David Taylor. Phone place. Reasonable. 224 Appliance Center Archer 964-6305 lOA near Gafdhead Park timber power pole creek

CUSTOM HOMES now 9647914.611 4tchg 7/2. Lafayette St., 9646149. Square, Gainetville assum. mar-fa.
PRICES PAID for used
under construction COMPLETE JEAN and sportswear Itpd 6/18. phon. 3764466. till * * *

overlooking Stork. Country mobile 3/4 homes I If mortgageIs OLiN'S shop. $14,850.00. VEGETABLES! Silver Queen 15 CU. FT. FREEZER Chest Fish camp en good fishing loire wfrh, living' quarters
Club. Adorns and Hall or more. Your location call collect sweet corn by bushel; type New condition * * *

Builders. Phone 473-2056 9645606.MOBILE HOME Optn 7 SALES days Amy. 19047514520. Itpd watermelons; cantalopes; $250.00 FIRM. Cal'I' \\ER'S Ads Get Result $7600 for small from home an city lot (needs TIC).

or 475-3128. 6/4 TFchg. weekly. TFchg 6/18. okra; tomatoes; peas: 964-5849. Itch; 6/18. \ DAY * * *

VAl NO MONEY DOWN WE BUY AXLES TIRESi w RESTAURANT AND bean and othervegetables. HUNTERS SPECIAL! 30.06 Valuable property on 301 adfocont to Cenf. Telephone.
LAUNDROMAT Rifle and * * *
Operating Remington one 12 *
14% Interest. 3BR 28A axles, 44 tires $135.00. Walnwrlght
laundromat business' and Ga. shotgun. Call HOMES 200' on 301 1.41 A. Finest commercial" / property. Term.
Farm. 2/ mi. of
Cata del For.... Call Del to Olin. MH. Hwy. 100 east 3 BR, 1 blk., from
restaurant, equipment 964.798oC. Itchg 6/18. lawteyt * * *
Stark 6/18
Bob "'. W Storke 964- on SR16. 2tchgPflOFESSIOIAL'TREE
473.31 964-3533. 560&
Harris 6/18 4teha 7/9 i i3BH. .;, WANTED U..d yn..,I.TFchg h. .h fixtures, for sale In 2700 .,'--6/25:; .__ .._________.---. .-.. _._:_ zI -;-::.-.-.. JUNE 1'\ .ch..1 flt.COO.. Lg. shedy lo*. (41,500 15 acres or 30 lots for*if Heights on Rd 16 W.
1 ft, comin.Tt1'BlbuildIng. * * *
< .... ........
I BATH HOME) Many and carpenters a
Restaurant SERVICE Two I acre parcels, appro, 4 miles tram Stark, Good
extras. Walk to school and Phone 964-8331 or seating for 40. 7 washers, .,.. In Country) 2'/ ac. appro: neighbors quiet //lying.

shaping. 25000. Call 468-1551.9/11 I tnchg 4 dryers, owner financingwith All Types Insured with MR home" spring'

9646235. Itpd 6/18. WANTED Mobil. Home Axles. excellent terms. ERA. L FREE ESTIMATES garden,grape vineyard or- Immediate occupancy with tinbe/levoble/ terms 1700 ..q.ft. .
NEW lAKEFRONTS Paying the but price c"ar" 12 I.SOO. homo B* 1KB nice
HOMES Wallace Cain Realty, Inc. ne/ghbarJioed
for good condition axles., Call ThBmaB D. Metiltt .............
Shell home on piers. Will Realtor. Call 9044623173. INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS 044 *
b. ready .for owner to 9648331.911 tnchg 6/182tchg 6/25. 49S-3731 Lake Butler In Sterfcet 2 IR Home Owner leaving' Sown 4 Bl 2 B- brick home on '1.75 ocres-

finish on July 1. Under WANT TO tUYi 1 used $" ,0GO3BR Country C/ub./ ..fenced back yard...ossvn.. mart.
typewriter and adding POLICIESAT *************
Extra Cash 00004 *
$50.000. Call 473.3133 or
9645533. Bob Harris. 6/13 machines. Must be in MOBILEHOMES We buy cans S.30Lb 2Ba., Spanish style Bevf ."1..' iof 42 Sampson lake Shores has light pole
working condition. REASONABLE RATES home on spacious lot in and septic tank and a "dog* of a frailer $16.7001 I
4tchg 7/9. 964-5764. tfn 2/12. Also other metals . . Stork. $32.000. .
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10 ACRES Huge oaks. 20 MOBILE HOME Axles" with FOR SALE Turn Trash into cash Olin's Mobil Jan.t M. Starling 525,000 for 4.B5 nice acres an 301' N. Highly desirable,
pecans. Shaded 3. BR tiret. Will 51 25. Phone Bradford Recycling
pay * * *
home double 9645007. (N. Temple Ave.) Semi-Truck Driven Home Sale Realtor
; garage, 6/11' I2tchg
House beautiful 2244 It. CHS A close
2BR, MOBILE HOME furnished sa. shopping
barn|| ''pond fenced. bahla 8/27. 964-5938 St Or Heavy Equipment FREE QUOTES 782-3931 044.40 *

pasture.. Call. 9645388. FRONT END LOADER: Industrial .nclos.d, garage porch., storage Iocr.shed Operated By BUAKC II I Operators TOll Iron MCI locally Phone 964-5606 OrS Developer's dream near Hampton 40 acres plenty of

Itpd 6/18. or farm type. Will (fenced), extras. I LI ].MO3J26M4'Anytime Elaine/ Olin Agent I I"Pa 964-8827 timber road $ 0,000 with, SI5.000 dawn owner will'
many TF
consider one In not running I finance <112.%.
FOR RENT order. 1/473-2440. 6/1 1 $18.500. 9646490. 4/30 AC.EAGEStr.wlt.rry
* *
.2teho6/U.r" Ifn. Acres 1.7 ac. SIS.500 Worthington Spring store and 2 lot*.
WANTED TO BUY Electric 1981 MOBILE HOMES w/well and culvert.
PARK mobile homes typewriter in need of payment starting at Assume 9'/tI% mtg., Western North Carolina Mis. Beouffful Iof (ItT of Ce'fvlew' Subdivision/ near Country
repair. 964-5807 or $I 37.00 per month. John $15.000. ClubSB,BOO.
and ..pac.r.nWhortr! 4 3YI4t6a2PcIrg625.TUTOt'NEtDt\ Brown Mobile Horn. ........... Hundreds of Opportunities
468-2912.17Acb: ) I : I * * *
) for 4-5 yr. Center, 4733775.49 14.06 Acres Secluded
Associates-After Hours.
HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping old., Monday thru Friday 2 tfnchg. shady. $21.000. 1964-567* -ONLY A DAY AWAY- Wayne E. Douglas Broker-Salesman" 964.6593

room TV( and Air ...........
,hours p.r-da/" Will\ pay ,SAVE I Buy direct from fac Byron Trwlllagar-964-777i Gerrl lennon-496-3140

Und.rwoo4'4PoP.i&miiesNorth of'Storke on; Hwy $500 'p.;'day" > 9645807.PROFESSIONAL tory. Prices start at 12' 10 Acre Appro.I with --I 5 acres $7500 with nice views Marlene Dofaer1s- 64-8505 Martha Dorko7823397:

301. 6118 2tchg.6.25. wid. $6,995: 14' wide large barn>> adn. well. Anne T.r"'llI.filor N.I.on.475. Rick H..drl..964.8380
1>15IRIS'tor.nt good access and a creek. 9%
MOBILE HOMES Two and $7,995 double wldes $23.000.

three bedrooms; clean. Immediately:2 or 3 bedvaarn,7iom.. Bas* pet -, $12,995. Come by and teelarge1 ........... __Ill RECOVERY assumable mortgage. Hurry on

New*'? \ selection of mobile 6 Acres With well
Highway 16 and 225. Appro. jROOM
370020. 6/18.
,{904)) Itpd this!
owners, formerly 'WhIs.' homes Community Mobil. and power pole $10,200.
WANTED DIRTY The Recovery Room of Advertising Pays- MOBIlt (HOME
Park. Call 468.1323. 3/12 Home Soles US-301 North
AUTOMOBItESi Will wash Janet M. Starling Lake City local Olst.
tfr. .r'"ll Starke. 964-8741.: 4/9 SERVICE POLESiioor"iiir
l. buff and
:wa> shampoo Realtor Archie Tanner Funeral
3 BR. 1 BA LIVING ROOM your car or truck for only tfnchg. Home 10 secluded acres with 1000 ft. /

dining room I kitchen-in $24.95. Free pick-up. and 782-3931 ln. _964 W > St,,,".. FI. I stream front at $1250/acre. 25% MOBILE HOME
central heat and air. '; delivery service. Also' HELP I INSURANCEHOMEOIIVNERS

Hampton. Fhone 4681779.: wqtf) and wax. mobile down and owner terms on
((1st months rent In'.advance 'homes and cool seal trailer WANTEDDON Portable Buildings balance. POLICIES

) 5/7 tfnchg.APARTMENTS .
Call today for free REASONABLE
tops. RATES
FOR RENT eitimate. 964-6931. Itchg NEEDED Call Starke SUZUKI 8? 'AIHE -- . .
Cove Apt. In Star.... Exceptionally Nursing Home. Starke, .
clean well! PERSONAL 964.6220. 5/28. tfn. Old farm has 40 acres of WARNINGHurricane
maintained $M3$180permo. CARRIERS FOR PAPERROUTE season it upon
Efficiencies and one SERVICESCOOL 'In Starke-Keystone thru 12X50 pasture, big timber and lots of I at If you arc one of ''he

bedroom opts. Celt Heights area. Call Florida water. Paved rd. front.i i 'low who rfjn'l, hove in WellDrilJing
964.5065.21 tfnchg. SEAL Fait TRAILER Tlmet-Unlon from wronceII and when a

CRESCENT BIACH"*THI TOPS material I labor 9:00-5.00 p.m. 964-5165. ROOJV3ADDITIONS $1000/acre with good terms /hurricane. approaches/ you ..... !
.. .....
SAND CASTLE APART- furnished,1$75.00.. Itchg 618.MANAGEMENTSALES. 10 % available. wan f be able fo purchase ,1YWu' 6""
MINTS***. Vacation 4311827. 4/16 fin. ) Immediate Mob'fo' Home Insurance

oceanfront 1 and 2 BR BILL'S SAW SHOP) Complete opportunity. His DISCOUNT So Sake advantage of lha Fast Rotary

units-Summer rate from sharpening service. ; circular Stores For Men seek Individual YOU CAN AFFORD cfrcuinsfonces end pur Drilling Equipment
hand carbide, THRU JUNE Beautiful deep-water lot
$165 weekly. Families desiring career In on chase your ,insurance
welcome! For Information chain mower blade hollow retail sales. W. offer full FREE ESTIMATES lake has Olln' Mobile now ......STATE...'LICENSED.'. ,. !....
underground &
reservation call Patty at'; ground and balanced. benefits, excellent earning power Homo Solos

12467284. 5/31 4tchg leave at in Storke Jackson, Keystone Building potential and rapid advancement. ALL TYPES RESIDENTIAL phone, good access. $16,500 FREE QUOTES ...... .I?!......
6/I Supply .
1. Apply in person
FURNISHED EFFICIENCY Heights or lake Butler. to His Stores For Men & with 50% down, balance owner- Phone 964 5606 New & Used
fur- TFchg Elaine M. Olln. Agent
APARTMENT Utilities Orange Park Mall financed.
nlthed. No children No, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Mon.-Sat. 10-3. EOE. 6/11 I'j I SalesPartsServicePlumbing

pets. Call 964-5464., 5/28 I 3tchg 6/25. Florida Rooms

tfn. Phone 964-5144: 464-7619... LPNi Immediate employ ._........!E'Z. ..Terms. ..........
FURNISHED APARTMENT 2 TFchg: ment. Starke area. Call Carport Enclosures k Old hotel in town, partly VAVJM'NEW& 11. .

rooms BR. living. stove and dlnlnfc and SEWING REPAIRED: All MACHINES make Medical manager Southern -Garages restored; good investment at .

refrigerator No pets or cleaned' oiled and adjusted Itchg 6i 18. Aluminum Siding & Eaves $99,000. Owner terms with 25% USED I New Installation

children please. $i95 per $ I5.,1| ,Work NEED YOUNG HIGH our own.
New Baths & Kitchens down. nice.
James Very KIRBYS< Remodeling Repairs
month. Phone 964-8944 or Strickland guaranteed., SCHOOL GIRL to watch ..........................................
9648082. 6/4 TFchg.KITCHINETTISt earner Morgan over children and help Guaranteed Roofing ROYALS
efficiency ,. Rd.:and Hwy 16. IFchg with' horses. Experience .
apartments.; Weekly and CHAIN LINK/ FENCE) Install necessary for both., Stucco, Brick & stone Hundreds of small acreage EUREKAS I Pu.rra .

monthly rates. Temple' ed. Free estimate HandyMan Transportation one-way. from HOOVERS
Painting listings $1000/acre.
Motel 9647357... 6/4.. 4lhca 'Fence 'Cor 964-8559. Wage negotiable). Call ELECTROLUX PUMPSUPPLY
6/25. 'TFpd. 6/BI.! 964-5078.6/18 I 3tchg 6/25. Concrete patios & driveways FREE BROCHURE FILTER QUEENS A

'All types fireplaces SEARS

S iion't -800-438-8153 COMMERCIAL;
for'getc1rATxiR's Financing availableAffordable COMPANY
w. all mokes.Hi. .
< ,' .J J TOLL FREE ..................-......

Homes Arrowhead & YOUNG'SSince 864 N.

=! & RemodelersState Development Co., Inc. 9U.6,1 8 Temple Ave.

Certified ContractorsCall P.O. Box 479! 9 mllee tterrti ..4SPerIceoUS3Ol ..-.....Starke......--... _.Fla..1. .................
Bob Harris 964-5533 Anytime Murphy. N.C. ZSflOfi!) I 964-7061


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/ child Support :. e. 4 : t \. ".i' .
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11 _____: by Andy.Denoon' : i
BCT Staff Writer, ,r, :
.,. .. Over a million dollars worth. of 'Ii n" '.. D
alimony payments were,collected by ,
I 166 It ',I 117,40 .\. r the Clerks' offices in Bradford, day t : .
Woman Carries"'Argument?boo' % /r strrlt'rsie, (" ,'"m:If and Union which Counties ended last during September the fiscalyear 30. ,

\Lake Butler woman'va&,arrest ... east | :' .ste 03| ayiL apartment Two handled different by the types clerk's of office programsare ;
.. according .
Starke Police after she toedio-rttnT1--n il!' IUS30l) fH
by ; 7L ing! \ to Bradford County Deputy .j ,.
over, with her car, a man With who )"" tbazaAO: Clerk Marion McRae. ,
she got into an argument,bn US-iOl) at 'L-jnv nitident i .tooif place; 4fter thenpalr ;>'t,;:" Bradford'County, through a program
10:52: p.m. Sunday, June 14. h I had an argument amdjthe lady ,monitored by the State Depart-
oLJ.aJIButler VCf' ck the in the faeeftoth her
Willie Mae Thornton, ,38, man 7pent', of Health and. Rehabilitative
was charged with attemp Whitid( according to SPD. /" .
Services with the clerk's ,'
serv- :: ,
murder of Lamar Thornton of Star e, vll I \jPamage to the Plymouth 1 sedan was ing as collection point,. handled : o _O 4 .1I .
'l&stiffiated, at fcl.Md anddamage to the _
according to Starke Police Depart- $333,976. Clay County handled$896,763
hous wa< estimated at
ment. .apartment
and Union County $11,273 in collections
$1,200.:7' ?
The woman, driving a 1973 under the
Plymouth sedan, attempted T'fUn"* PatrolmaiTTerry and Capt. Divorce case same collections program.amountedto 1901 F100 ,h I ." 1"1' ''' b"
over Thornton by driving acrosajthe W.S. (Scotty) -Rhoden arrestedMs.fnurder. $144,026 in Bradford County from 1981 -
sidewalk and curb on the westiqeo"US301 { ; .'" ,TbomMft t!! eJt? ptad ( January i, 1981 through May 31, 1981, 117" VLB F100'
and then drove rt. i] :J :lJ I'f'. ill' according to McRae. ,
117" W.B.
J>'"F '4 Final judgement in domestic child '
300 six-automatic trans., power steering, r I
_ support cases come at the end of
Drivers Charged IpcIhCr, divorce court proceedings when the deluxe to-tone, knit seat, gauges, sport wheel 300 six,4 speed O/D/ knit seat powersteering, ,J
;citatlomf\ 11. SIlrke\waf! !1 npt court Issues an order that the husbandpay
Both drivers received *_ r.I injured but damage to brakes, step
tie down hooks power bumper.
covers, step bumper.
to the former wife ( )
petitioner an
after a pickup truck and car collided """ the 1969 Ford sedan he was driving .
on CR-16,eigth-tenths of a mile east of.yv was estimated; at 1000. amount for child support based on
Starke at 10:57: p.m., June 12. ., .n" *"" ; Both carndpickup truck: were number of children and financial $ 759511I0 8A1I .1495'01
Ronald Glenn Bryan, 18 of Hamptonwas westbound on CR-16.'The car was status, according to McRae. Reg. $9,695 8AIE Reg. $8,195
not injured but damage to the ,Iu.wrnC.doWtt wtunr and the pickup' She indicates the average weekly
1973 Chevrolet pickup truck he was ;trek', was overtaking the car. The payment per child is $25 a week.
driving was estimated$2,000.. Bren- .pickup truck Was reported to be going The clerk's office maintains a
da Robinson 16, of Starke, a "too fast to stop or miss a collision and record for husband and wife with the
passenger in the pickup truck, suffered struck the car in the rear according payments made through the clerk'soffice
a lacerated forehead and injuryto .to,the Florida Highway Patrol. and the clerk's' office then sends
her nose and was treated and I',! Bryan ,was cited by Trooper W.M. the payment to the petitioner (wife). 133" W.I.
released from the emergency room at Abrams. on the careless driving The domestic relations clerk keeps
Bradford County Hospital in Starke, charge. Starling was cited on an expired track of those who make the paymentand
according to a hospital spokesman. tag charge by Trooper Abrams. those persons who get behind In 1981 Ford F.100
Dennis James Starling, 17, of payments.
When a person gets behind a noticeis
sent to that person requesting that 300 Six, 3. speed trans., knit seat, power sl..rlng,
_ 2 Inmates Stabbed In FSP IncidentTwo individual come before the adminis-

trative circuit judge to show the court pwir brakes, step bumper. 18 M.P.G. (CiIJ).
Florida State Prison Inmates An Investigation was being con- reason the person should not be held
were stabbed in incidents taking ducted by prison officials and no In contempt of court. r
place at 4:20: p.m.,onQ-WIng, Friday, weapons have been recovered by In- "Different judges have different R81. $1,995
June 12,according to a spokesman for vestigators. Two other inmates are ways of ordering a person to make up
the Department of Corrections. suspects the stabbings with infor- his arrearage, McRae says. "The ,
Tommy Rollins, 24, was cut in the mation on the incidents turned over to stiffest penalty can be commitment to
throat and Henry Cooper, 45, was the state attorney's office in Starke, the county jail for up to 5 months and
stabbed twice in the chest, accordingto according to Skipper. 29 days or until the person purges his
DOC spokesman David Skipper. Rollins is serving 15-years for at- child support payment and brings it
Both/ Rollins and Cooper were tempted first degree murder, posses- up to date."
treated at the FSP clinic. Cooper was sion of a firearm by a convicted felon IIRS Paternity
later transferred to Shands Teaching and aggravated assault in Dade Coun- Collection
Hospital in Gainesville. ty. Cooper is serving time for robberyand ProgramA
carrying a concealed firearm in second program service is also
Mich. Car Crashes Dade County. available through the clerk's office
but is administered by HRS, involving
Into 301 IntersectionA paternity suits for unmarried women

Lapeer Michigan man faces two "Truly absurd It the man who charging a man as father of the child.
traffic charges after his car was involved never changes." McRae pointed out this is a public
in a traffic accident with August Barthelmy assistance program where the person
sued is ordered by the court to the
another car and a station wagon at .
the busy intersection of US-301 and petitioner a certain amount of support 1981 F2SO 1981 FlOG

June Call Street 12.William. in Starke at 5 pm. Friday, ...I- each month. 133" w., #8850 117" W.B. Explorer Pickup

David Jones,31, of Lapeer, G.V.W. (Reg. Gas) 400 V-8, 4 speed manual, regular 302 V-8/Automatic/ 4 speed overdrive, power steering
Michigan was not injured but damageto deluxe paint, Instrumentation group,knit seat, limited slip power brakes. WSW radials, Ranger XLT interior w/cloth
the 1973 Plymouth sedan he was Ii Fath r's rear axle, power steering, power brakes. AM-FM stereo, headliner, AM.FM stereo radio, gauges, knitted vinyl seat, I
driving was estimated at $350. Day low mount mirrors super cooling radiator, aux. fuel tank air cond., tinted glass, sport wheel covers, tu-tone paint, I
Bruce Orlando Robinson 17, of H.D. front & rear shocks.9.50x16.5 ((10 Ply) tires. chrome step bumper.
Starke was not injured but damage to
the 1973! Buick sedan he was drivingwas Cakes t Reg.$11,895 ,$9495 Reg.SIO,495 $8195

estimated at $700. <, '- FORA.SUPER.. i
Edward Farnell Cole 52, of Starke '-- T

I was 1976 was Dodge not estimated injured station but wagon at $400.damage he was to driving the- E1EUE( ($ &Q&VES3( SEEP(] DAD. R \

The PJ- mouth, southbound on 138 E. Call St. 964-5890
US-301 ir. the outside lane, skidded In- r.
to the intersection, striking the Buick
in the left rear. The Buick, as a result
of the impact, skidded into the left !
front and then into the left rear of the -
station wagon with the Buick comingto
rest facing the west side, accordingto PIZZA HLTI FUND RAISING
Starke Police Department. _/
Jones was cited by Patrolman /
Eston G. Mosher on the no tag and For 1981 F250
running a red light charge.Obituaries. 5

UBradfordUnion Association ?? /: Pick-up 300 Six

For Retarded Citizens 4 speed trans., power steering, power brakes,

gauges, knit seat, AM radio, step bumper,
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$2557 West Coast mirrors, ((5)) 7.50x16 ((8 Ply) tires,

Buy a coupon booklet value 3,000 miles, 16 m.p.g., still under warranty

;Mrs. Matilda Carroll Clark

Mrs Matilda Carroll Clark, 93, of for $5 for free pizza salad or drinks
Lake Butler, died Sunday morning in
the Bradford County Hospital after an (with coupons in booklet); |
extended illness.
Mrs. Clark was born in Bradford Coupon booklets can be purchasedat
County, and was a member of Oak
Grove Church of Jesus. Christ Ladder the following businesses: Super'erg
Day Saints: SUper
Survivors include: one daughter,
Pizza Hut Bradford
Recycling 964-5938
Mrs. Alice Waters of Jasper; 1'1. -
grandchildren, 70 great- in5 Da
grandchildren: and 59 great-great. Archer F'uneralifonle-LakeButler B flain8
Funeral services were held Tuesday |* Edwards Grocery Bradford BarberShop
June 16 at in Oak Grove "
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Sunshine Acres-964-7699 Gerald's Tina
Saints, with Elder Wilford Jordan.officiating. ? :

church cemetery. Burial under followed the directionof in the m Leta's, Beauty Shop USED, ,CAR. & TRUCK IALlt .---- I t

Archer Funeral Home of Lake All proceeds go to Bradford-Union Assoc. for Retarded Citizens.

-_!: ....;..:,..._. -,- 1910 Ch v. Blaur 1988 Bronco .' 1979 Militant Chla .
..0.-: '" ,fV'"''', t ::: "Silverado" ((4x4)) Part time ((4x4)), (14x4))' V. -
\MK. custom 302 8. automatic power 3 Dr. Hatchback.six cjrl.i otoVans.( ..|
FM 8 track stereo, power windows! steering power brakes w/trailer/ power steering power brakes; vinyl In.|
q power door locks,air & tinted glass tutor brakes. AM.FM stereo. (51) lOx 15 RWI. terlor,sunroof wire wheel covers,air& |
Professional 1 paint. 19,000 miles. tires w/white spoke wheels, tu.tone tinted. glass, silver' w/black/ Interior,
paint. 18,000 miles, air cond.
t 8395" ,, -v 629S"|
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.. ., ,. & Commercial I XR7, six cylinder, AM-FM radio wired" 3 Dr., air & tinted glass, 4 speed over2 Dr.,Custom Diesel 5 speed,air cond.,
-- I wheel covers power ,steering power drive, AM radio one owner ear, 34 AM.KM stereo 45 m.p.g.We .
| brakes 10.000 ... .
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