Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/04316
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 2, 1983
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:04316
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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this week usually of the hot dry weather. tVSICTION I c, ;
... May Is a dry month with a 5o-yeah average of only 3.35 Inches of hOblluarlM '
rain. But M .May.was super-dry averaging only 1* Inches for the month. . . . .Pog*'/ } The Sweetest Strawberries This Side ofI04th Retlwil
Forecast for Friday through Sunday Is "purtly'cioudy'wlthwidely, scat Cloulfl.rf> '. ... . .Pag. 0,5 G l .
tered afternoon and evening thundershowers." Highs in the mid-to-upper 80s NmitBrM*. . .pas. S Year STAHKK. FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
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Upgrading 3 Grandfather: {., I-in. Mobile Homes Ok'dby k City i

Caught between a rock and a hard place the City Zoning Commission has Board members Clair Capps and Mary Peterson remained firmly opposedto deed restrictions required of Bell and Norman would also apply to Crosby's
opted to recommend that the City Council approve the rezoning of three the Rl-D zoning although both said they would favor allowing Norman property, the zoning commission stipulated.
parcels in soutwest Starke to the new classification of Rl-D allowing for a and Bell to bring in new mobile homes if it could be done without rezoning In response to A.L. Crosby's protests. Zoning Director Gaines said that
mix of conventional and,mobile homes. Johnny R. Hobbs newest member of the city zoning board agreed to the Rl-D reclassifications were not spot zoning, although confined to only three
Sympathetic to the appeals of two owners of mobile homes Herbert Nor home improvement requests, but said he thought some way could be found to individual properties located in an Rl-C zone. Gaines said that since both .
man of Alton Road and Austin Bell of Euclid Terrace the zoning commission accomplish this objective without rezoning. Hobbs was told by Zoning Direc- classifications were residential the change would not be"spot zoning," and
members. In a prolonged, three-hourlle88lon Thursday, May 23, sought some tor L.M. Gaines however that the matter had been advertised for hearingon would not change the character of the neighborhood.The .
way to allow these applicants upgrade their grandfathered-in mobile the May 26 date, and ordinances would forbid Norman and Bell from sub- three applications{ for the Rl-D classification will be sent to the City
homes without changing the zoning on their properties. Every move in this mitting another petition until six months later. Commission at its June 6 meeting with favorable recommendations from the
direction however, ran into difficulties with the city's zoning ordinances The first vote on Norman's request resulted In a 3-3 tie which would have Zoning Commission. The City will also be asked to make the services of City
Board members assured Norman and Bell that they would like to go along' sent the petition to the City Commission without recommendation. After fur- Attorney Brown available to the Zoning Board for another workshop to con- I
with the request that they be allowed to move out of their present homes and ther discussion, however, board member Spiros Drlvas moved to reconsiderthe sider an amendment to lift the restrictions on the replacement 01"grandrathered.ln"
move into new units. However, the present zoning regulations do not allow; Norman item. This was approve J and Drlvas then moved to grant Nor mobile homes with better' units when the owner so
for the replacement of mobile homes that are "grandtathered-in": as a non- man's petition on the condition that Nonnan, In case the property Is later desires.At .
conforming use in an area zoned Rl-C for conventional homes. sold would have restrictions written Into the deed requiring the new ownerto one point In the controversy, Commissioner Hobbs said "I tend to
City Attorney Terrence Brown advised the board that this replacementcould maintain a mobile home on the lot that would be of equal or better quality. agree with Mr. (Al) Crosby but we must live with RI-D at this meeting."
not be done by"special exceptions" or"variances" but only on rezon- This motion was approved 4-2 with, Drives Hobbs Julius Royal and I Mrs. Capps said she thought another workshop on Rl-D should have been
ing the Norman and Bell properties to the new Rl-D classifications that; Chairman Walter Westcott voting for approval, and Capps and Peterson re- held prior to asking the board to act on the three applications.In .
allows for a mix of conventional and mobile homes. maining opposed. :-
A.L. Crosby, Jr., spokesman for a number of southwest Starke residents The same 4-2 approval was then given to the Bell petition conditional upon another RI-D application, Michelle Dawson petitioned the board for a
opposing the rezoning call this proposal "spot zoning" which would set a his requiring the same deed restrictions In case of sale of the property.The change on approximately six acres one quarter mile south of Alligator
making if difficult for the zoning board to deny similar requests third rezoning petition that of Jimmy V Crosby Jr. for Rl-D Creek, off the west side of US-301 from Agriculture to Rl-D. Dawson's
Crecedent. classification on a parcel of land at the northwest corner of Epperson and representative said the owner of the property (near an old three-acre borrow
"We have no objection to Mr. Norman and Mr. Bell being allowed to Euclid Streets was also approved by a 4-2 vote. This was not a pit) wished to place a mobile home there to reside In during the winter mon-
upgrade their mobile homes if It can be done without the Rl-D rezoning," "grandfathered-in" item since there Is no mobile home on the property at ths. The board pointed out however,that the Rl-D classification applies onlyto
,Crosby said. "We feel that this spot-zoning would set off a domino type reaction the present time. Terry Gaines who represented Crosby at the hearing said properties that are already developed with homes. It was suggested that
with more and more, mobile homes being placed in this area once the the two lots totaling 130 by 185 feet would be sold as one lot with the proposed Dawson could apply for the RM-2 (mobile home park) classification if
bars let down.", double-wide home the The desired. ,
are new owner installing one on property. same ,
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III Construction Set 1 on 'Apartment Complex in' t.West Starke Tornado I

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Construction is set to start on a. :
36-unit $1,052,630 ,,
apartment complexon
Sft-161n west Starke to be built by' GraduationSet
Stokes and Company of Jacksonville.
Named Southern Villas the single
story complex will have 6-one
bedroom and 30-two bedroom apart-
ments for rent. Occupancy is expected 10
by this November. June
Rent will not be subsidized. The'
project is financed with a Farmers'
I Home Admlnstratlon loan. Graduation ceremonies for the
171-member Class of 1983 of Bradford
The project will be built on six acres
School set next June
of land in the of SR-16 and are Friday
juncture 10, at 8 p.m. in the football stadium.
SR-229 (Brownlee Road) just across
I Quest speaker will be Dr: Alan J. .
.I VocationalTechnical ,; '; Robertson president. .Santa Fe' 'IV
A r *+ U U ttw Mtua+ prpjacUuwt BWHIO***:: 'Community College a name familiar/ .
I ,, 'fo... Bessent Road. Opposition rom to many Bradford citizens.In .
Bessent Road area residents caused.a case of rain the ceremonies will
,1'0\ 'new site to be sought The west Starke. be moved to the BUS auditorium.The .
!Site plan was approved by city com opening prayer will be given by
mission last June. Since; the project senior class member Diana Leigh
has been delayed by technicalities Crawford. Senior class president
within i FmHA, The Telegraph' baa Mary Louise Watterson will make the
r been told. \ introductory remarks.
i Construction 'should start on the Welcoming address will be given by

new project within days says local Y h ----L'- ''_ = -" 1i ",, Lori Ann Flynn class salutatorian.
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realtor Cecelia Terwillegar.a partner : Farewell address will be delivered by
in the project with Stokes & Co. Susan Dawn (Suzy) Alvarez, class
General partners' are E. Chester valedictorian.
1 Stokes of Jacksonville and Mrs. Tee' tat-- I Principal Jim Duncan will perform

willegar. Limited partners are ..... ; I Introductions. School Supt. Tom
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i Stokes, Terwillegar, Gary D. Silver- -; Casey will flip the scarlet and grey
field of Jacksonville, and Joe Chap- tassel from left to right on the cap of
man, Panama City each graduate, shake the graduate'shand
Stokes Co. will act as general contractors .1 and present what appears: to. bea
for the project but says it diploma. _
will make every effort to Insure that The processional and recessionalwill
economic benefits are realized by the be played by the award-winning
local community via materials labor Tornado Marching Band.
and subcontractors. Local concerns The National Anthem will be sung
Interested In working on the projectare by Adrian Leander Davis a memberof
Invited to phone RD. Coleman of the BHS chorus.
Commercial Contractors Inc.a The BBS Alma Mater led by Music
Stokes Director Don Hardy will be sung by

phone Local all.The closing prayer will be given by

new senior class member Bobby Harold
and expect Epps.
order. The The 171-member senior class Is one
ment of the smallest in recent year and is
southeast ''I ::\ some 30 members less than the 1982
Apartments class.
to capacity Ushers and usherettes for the
graduation ceremonies are junior
; class members Michelle Klmutis,
Exterior Adrienne Pollard Theresa/ Ricks,
combine : \ \ ; Michelle Stilwell,. Renee Wlmberly...
accents. Jules Wise, Robert .Carver. Kevin
lawns with : (| Johns, Thomas Johnson, Gerald Pet-
and teway, John Tinsler, and Gary Tyson.

,Steel. ?

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'' '' needlework, working with children,
and school activities.

attempf.,1 Salutatorian Lori Flynn, tn addition
1 to being high honor graduate Is a
{ member of the National Honor Society -
,Airport. : : ,. and has been a member of the I
i Bradford High chorus for four years
i was a member of the Homecoming
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Queen's court and was vicepresidentof .
".sion,. ( I ( her class as a junior.

Lori's Interests Include music dancing
Pottery ; : : and swimming. as well as school
A,' I \ itivitilS. _

i adult P ;: ;: ji: Being prepared doing homework is
I the answer both young ladies give as
: the main reason they earn excellent
News. '
1 sub-
grades. English Is Lori's favorite
,The ; ; ; ; : t. jeer but she doesn't make her hestgrades
pollc* ) in it. Suzy's toughest subject.
: this has been math analysis. She,
t-v.t ,' / \ ; : ) : '; ... to A T:? one six-weeks, bur
Rwtter. ;' drop made her mad so Suzy earn-
::: ed an 'A the next six-weeks, determined -.
:Two ''' : ;' : to make..,>,A\at{ .once.
i during the year.Both .
,tempt..: I Inmot. 1
\ Suzy and Lori are enrolled In

Prison'" | : :" i ) .BHS.Ontsid the .college, preparatory..course:.atC

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I Top BHS Academic Students a nored, .: ..: ,,' t'. IWi. !. ,. i 8 ;J' :g,, ig. > < t.. .i- l' I

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Awards...Awarda..Awards.... puter math, social studies,, writing #tJ\'Shawn{\ Haft Genie Rising.Starke Computer .nimf.ap.t'U Mlitll.na.tlcstBal, lm tH 2! Awards < '. Florida Academic.Scholars. Program, | ,
Last Tuesday night was definitely a and was awarded three scholarships Rotary Ciulj! Scholarship! Alvarez, Tommy.Crosby'.Lori JTlvnn' 0UI1M! : ,Going t night of awards when Bradford High Pauley was a high honor graduate, Mary.Watterson, and Stuart Pauley. "1 bare V U"I)Award: Robin Stern Edward Crews and Stuart Pauley.
teachers and administrators honored received awards in math, computer Jllgh Honor Graduates ((3,5. 4.0 i and Stuart Pauley. ,Full 4-yearROTC, scholarships to at
outstanding students '.at. the.. nnual math, science, won the "I dare you" ,Suzy;.' Alvarezj Lori FlyniV: Science-Stuart Pauley. D.A.R. Award: Beth Francis.Tommy ttlndtlleV..9II; 1!', ," :'r ; >! v
student awards program. award, and was awarded a four year Paul y. > : Stuart Kim i LawsonFull, ,nursing acholarrship
Some of the students almost wore ROTC scholarship to the University of Social studUw-Suzy Alvarez, Robin K>,West Georgia Medical Center; ,, ,
paths to the stage, walking up to Florida. r. ?I ,:.rf rn: Stern, Bruce Simmons, and Teresa Tommy"Cl'OIIby- cash scholaix, ,
receive awards. Flynn salutorlan'of the Class of' \ "" '1 ,. Iauldree,. ,shlpiromtheBradfqrd.FFAAlumnl\ ,
Five students were up and down all 1983 and and a high honors graduate 1 1t', '. Association., .
night getting awards. Suzie Alvarez recieved awards in math and com-, "'r' II : Agriculture-Lori( i Allen, Yancey PRIDE Awards-State' Florida!: -.'
Stuart Pauley, Tommy Crosby,' outer math and was awarded a SantaFe \1.\\ I! \1':.' ily.j Miller, and Tonm 1y, 'osby. Social Studles-Suzy' Alvarez.'i"t'. !j '
Michelle Kimutis and Lori Community College academic Li! .
Flynn Annual Staff/tyewipape'r-Roland Math-'Stuart' Paul y,sTW mmy'"
each recieved at least five awards or scholarship 'f I'h Coleman, Nathaniel Coley.f Emmett Crosby,'Winner! ; '''1'11' t.. :Ij>"i'>\ 110t:
scholarships during the presentation. Tommy Crosby an honors ; Watkins and Vernon Edwards. C' Science-Stuart 'Pauley, "Wltiner; :
graduate received awards in math u. Tommy Crosby. V""" I '1 1"7, '
and computer math and was given a Art-Brian Davis Elaine Writing-Gloria Roberts winner"{
SFCC academic and Howard,
FFA Alumni scholarship a Nadine Green and Dottie WUkerson. I Suzy Alvarez, Teresa Bauldree Brad ,
$100 Assoc. scholarship.
.' Griffis
Cox Brian' Davis Tammy ;
Minutia, a junior and the school Buslneas-Loraui'Ba s. Lisa, Lawson Vickie Lajoie, Crai5'Sapp
only students to receive tA'seach ,
six weeks five ;
trophies, one for each six weeks ,. A 1 and Foreign!: Language-Nadine Green Principal's Awards: ,;' :
grading period of straight-A's got a Sheila Anderson. { PlaqueGoes to students' '"A''

plaque for being on the A honor roll a r Honor Rojl for any six weeks ,
any six weeks, and was awarded the Home Economics-Clara Johnson. /r TrophyFor highest averageamong

y Principal's Cup representing the Industrial Arts-Jeff Johnson. .l all students. ,
I highest overall score average during '. 'j '. Principal's pup- .Highest overallaverage :.
the school yearValrdlctorlan, .... .. ;. 't JROTC-Edward Crews Stuart for year.PLAQUES' .

41 Pauley Gloria Roberts and Bruce .' '
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Salutatorians Lori Flynn. Michelle KimutisBig Physical Edueatlo -Daryl Nazworth Crosby' Cathi Roach Darrell Wagner, Allen' '
Special American Presentations: Winner'Awards Night'' and Lorain Bass. Big Winner at Awards Night Gonzalez, James Hayes. Theresa Mc-
Legion AwardJeff ,
\ Collum, Nancy Shuford, ;Mike,
Johnson and Billy Tison. Honor Graduates (3.4-3.0): : Stizannt( Special'Education-Ronnie Junior Class Award: Christmas, Marsenna Brantley,,Suzy: .
Beck Scholarship. Richard Warren, Ball. Edward Crews Tommy Crosby and Frazier 8.T.A.R. Award: Michelle Stilwell. Alvarez
Bobby Williams.
Sheila Anderson Kathy Gillingham, Brian Davis Beth Francis, Donna; {, r Boy's State: Jason' .Bennett 'and. ,
and Khandice Stroud. Prescott,Daniela Robin Ste I Student ,Dan-ell TROPHY '
Santa Fe Academic Rigby, -Council-Lisa\ Lawson, Ed- Wagner Alt.). :
ScholarshipstSuzy : ward National Merit Competition for next 1st Six WeeksMichelle Kimutis
Alvarez Crews, Lee Davis, Mary Wat-, -
Lori Flynn Stuart Departmental Awards: Jim Dietz.Sophomore 2nd Six Weeks-Michelle Kimutis 3rd
Robin \ terson, John Riggs and Robin Stern. yean ;
Pauley, Stern Tommy Crosby,
Stuart Pauley Class Awards: Six Weeks-Michelle Kimutis; 4th Six
Edward Crews, Beth English. Suzy Alvarez.
Francis Brian
Big Winner at Awards Night : Hugh p'Brlan Leadership Award: Weeks-Michelle Kimutis; 5th Six f
Davis, Suzanne Ball, Donna Prescott, I Quill 'i And 'Scroiwiathahiel! Coley, Stephanie Redding. Weeks-Suzy Alvarez. '. .. '
Alvarez valedictorian of the class Daniela Rigby, Craig Sapp Marla Mathematics Suzy Alvarez, TtL,.- Dawn Elizabeth Bain;Lisa Stitt John Scholarships: ?'
off 1983 was named a high honors Darley John Riggs, Lisa Lawson, my Crosby Lori Flynn and. Stuart. Paul Johns William "Buddy'1! Col Suiy Alvare -$750 from' National PRINCIPAL'S CUP: /1.
graduate won awards in math com- Donna Tyler, Lorain Bass Teresa Pauley, Robin Stern. lins., Merit Finalist Status, and $500 from Michelle Kimutis. '

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LJ with purchase of our complete picture package f ".,

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CONSISTS OF $3.00 deposit .

40- j, 2 Color 8 x 10's and $14.95 dueT

u THURSDAY. Mar 26 2 Color 5 x 7'II! at time of .

Stork SPRING Elementary CONCIRT Chorus f 12 Wallet and Size.' ',: plus erye '. '" ,.

J ,f > BHS Audltorlum-7i30, P.M. tax
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"' MONDAY. June 4 . Children Adults,
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;.I" ._ I Portrait Will Be Made At FRIDAYRustic
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to Beat Cancer...

Clarence Lee, manager of the Jiffy Store on SR-100 and Cherry Streets In
Starke, has filled the two Buck Boards with dollar bills for the Itmi Cancer
Mils Lillian ,Stump Crusade chairman says Bradford County raised
18,080 to fight cancer In 1982. Goal for 1983 Is 10000. Funds collected to date
total 4752. .
Kindly mall a check today..." urges Miss Stump, to the American Cancer
Society. 1199 Beisenl Road Starke, FL 32091. versatile ensemble.
Clarence says he's going to fill a couple more Buck Boards before he's .
through this year..
No more cancer by the year 2.000 Scientists are ever more optimistic.
Latest research suggests that most or all forms of cancer may result from
small number of genetic events that cause cells to grow out of control. Once

scientists understand that phenomenon at a molecular level, there Is a '. /.".,. '
distinct possibility they can devise ways to block cancer, or cure It once ';'" .
detected. :. '
In other words Miss Stump says, your dollars mean more than ever now. '

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(From Page IA) Jacksonville. The Stokes Family has'
three generations of construction ex-
forced to live in substandard
Stokes & Co. the -
perience. : over years --
because rental i
quality has been involved in custom family
housing is unavailable. single family home building .
The Section 515 loan is .
program a remodeling,
apartment construction
relatively low cost, low risk programfor commercial construction, and con- ,
the government compared to dominiums. 'Jl

other government programs, according Stokes &: Co. is active In a broad
to Stokes &: Co. It is not a "freelunch" range of tasks from building design, "'., "...1";, > :.
for the developer or tenant.
Funds are repaid with interest by the to construction Interior design.landscaping, marketing ':''I<,,.':,j/... .' .

developer. Stokes &: Co. prides Itself of keeping '..f." ,; f. '
Tenants must pay market rates. In- in sight the company's primary objective ... .
limitations for
come qualifyingassure of : t.
creating high quality en- "
that people whose need is the vironments for people. ;. ,::" I '
greatest will have comfortable quality .

housing, says Stokes &: Co. Property Management... r,' "'1;. .'' .. .. _
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Other Stokes Projects... Easton, Sanderson Company a real "
estate management firm head- : 4' ; ,I j. .
FmHA rental projects by Stokes & in Jacksonville will .,., : r;
quartered coor- t.tf
Co., totaling some 414 units, are in dinate rentals and on-sito !i ,'. .
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Jacksonville, St. Augustine Perry, tNowin I
ment. S: 'solid
; : pine
bnmokalee Madison Appalachicola "H.w. .
A local resident manager for the I' -.
and In Georgia at Thomson project will be hired within the next 60 Double DNsser,;MJrror .,' 'adds. a warm look to this rustic'Chest
Thomaston, and Newnan. '
days. Interested persons should contact r, ) {V."
The Stokes Easton Sanderson Compnay at 8t tl' d board ,.' .'" fcedropmen embie.. .; Available; -
Story. 255 Liberty Street Jacksonville FL ,' ;:with: : ;.t
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Stokes &: Co. is headquartered in 32202 or phone 356-2228. : ||<|:
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I Reminded to Pick Up Report, Cards I NJ ,'t Table AvalJa'bl'! t. (: t n'I, book.' 1". !yhea4boar* MM1.. i JWv :

Bradford High School students may addressed envelope formatting with I i. 'ti 'l' '\"I'1f,".' \,;, 'c.u1'q, :.\.).,.,;. .'1"" i/o'l ""

pick up their report cards at the high Mrs. Brown in the Registrar's" office.Be 9995' C't.'J'W\I.' '
I sure to Indicate the grade level
school front desk ,Monday June 13 "
through Fridayf June 17, only. of the student at end of school year In 4itlwl..
lower left hand comer of envelope. I 1
Those students unable to pick their Please be sure to address envelope
I report cards up at that time or if they with student's given name. "%. no I
prefer,.should leave a stamped self- nicknames, please! DEN"Jik"I":'FUl tlrUREIj

I Fire' Fighters Week Proclaimed"I ::1 'U\1\ f't' ")\ y : ', ,

find it very gratifying that the Todays firefighter is engaged in ono "", .- 'JSjr fc,,...-'* '>17."'*?11 ': ._
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Cabinet has designated last week as of the most hazardous occupations. "" -'-'' } ; w. ; : :( 'y-u. ;
Firefighters Appreciation Week" Statistics show he or she is likely to 964-582 r" E.jiaWiahedTn923 ; j-27,
Chief Robert E. Lewis of the Starke suffer at least one line-of-duty injury aIg4;
Fire Department said. per year requiring medical attention.

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How about' > surance In the
case consdrtiunl plutt1''
day work week for the rails through. Mrs. Becker said she
Staff this summer? will call: a meeting.oftho 6nsurahfcel
"I'm just throwing it ''out for your Committee next week, ,. '_ > I,'
consideration" Supt. Tom Casey told I ".I! ,1' II
the school board Monday night,-May Agreed to have a proclamation ., .

16. No decision has been made, the' drawn recognizing the good effort of "1"M .;...t" 'I

superintendent said. He suggested going teachers, janitors,,,4>utfDriver, ,arid IP :11 '. .. "
Aug.on 10.four-day. duty from June, 12 to non-lnstructiQoaIlUitlpoy: ;I | ( s; during/ ,;( ", "
the 82-83 sebobIflesker| "
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Some arrangement would have to suggested'the: '3 nl. was !'; :

be made about having an ad- given the joU pISr1 = I,,, ..,,
ministrator on duty during summer, < have 4t ,. ,
school Casey agreed when school, Was invited to I t 1,4 nhe II III,' .". '
," y
board members brought ,up .that vo-tech center June 10. The I..; J\aa\ _

potential problem. been haying( lunch at different Is' t 1 '
i i I. around the district the last,t'1 tey' i iY
Elementary when board rs' ,
Task Force, Suggested.., Patricia,1,: .,Spongier, J.R.nlg''On1 ) .f S w d "___
Another suggestion to the school: lawsond Judy Becker, andlriKKI 1
board was to appoint a task force this Service Coordinator Delores Morgan
summer to assess the progress and visited'Was. 'i t'I ," 9
programs of the school system. 't t k,
"To see where we are where'' we' told of the'possibility-of sum i I 4 e s'sr
are going':!, ahd be sure we're following' mer school for elementary students. '. ,
state guidelines" said Rev. Warren Curriculum Coordinator Lucille 'I.
Larger, pastor of the First United Payne said a survey Is being done to-
Methodist Church of Starke, who sug see if 54 students can be signed up.
gested the task force.
.It might be a good idea to present Heard feMS Principal
again when the entire board is present McKinney report that 254 eight
,, board member Patricia graders who visited Disney World ,
Spengler told Rev. Langer. Chairman couldn't have behaved better or; have.
Rodney Hall was late to the meeting represented the county better.:
due to the illness of his father, and

board.member J.T, Parrish was ab-
Heard a request from BE A'presi- I.
sent. dent Julie Miller for teachers to- be: M 1
reimbursed Immediately after return
Special Meeting Set.. ning from a field trip. Presently

A special meeting of the board to teachers must wait for months, a
appoint non-instructional employeesfor hardship because a considerable
the 1983-84 school term was an- amount of money is spent -on overrf '
nounced by Supt. Tom Casey for June night trips. Supt. Tom Casey said it is. \ : ( .
6 at 7 p.m. board policy that teachers are reim- 1--.

The first Monday Is when the school bursed, and that he'd be glad to: \
board usually has its workshops for change it if the board desires. :

special meetings as needed.In : I .
other May 16 action the school After a lengthy- .meeting- which
board: lasted until almost 10:30': {).m., the French Club Winners...

board went Into private session which The Bradford High School French Club came back from the state contest this Tinon and Jim DieU. In the middle
are: Becky Parrish Catrell Overstreet
Was notified by Insurance Committee lasted past midnight with one of its- year with many honors InlcuUing these students who captured prizes In com- Teacher Joanna Mailman. Lancaster
Cathy Cheryl Furrow. and I
Kathy Dlggs
Chairman Judy Becker feels negotiators for collective bargaining, 'petition against the best the state has to offer. Lisa Bell. In the.reart Michelle Bright. Kim
Wendy McDougald Dawn
the district should have a backup plan Anthony Versis, an employee ,of From I left to right on the front row are,Dennis Dunlap, Michael. Alvarez Billy Scott and Francine Long.Abraharva. Cogdill
and .specifications for health in Forbes Labor Relations Inc. .


[ Bradford Middle School News- 'i{;' Published it 135 W every, Cad Thursday Street Canfux M.D.

Starke.; Florida 32091 GENERAL MEDICINE

'. Second Class postage paid atStarke Announces the opening of his office at

Artist of the Weeks Leon Jackson surgical nurses caps. Of course we Brown, Doris Robinson John Smith FloridaSubscription STARKE
made a sun design by the relief printmaking ate the delicious cookies prepared Linda Cubbedge Dewey. and Vicki PLAZANext
technique. the dietary department before we left ,McKinney. Rates: ( to Pantry Pride)
Winners of the eighth grade raffle the hospital. Bus drivers for the trip were Jackie in-trade! area$10.00: per year
ticket sales are: first- Donna Because of your Interest, in our Morrow Brenda Fertig Mary Griffis $5.50 six months Hours: 9-5 Monday -. Friday
McDavid; second Carolyn Milliard; young people and allowing us to' be .and Bill McRae.
third, Sean Robinson! fourth. Lisa' your guests,we feel we have a far bet .At Monday's School Board Meeting Outside trade area: $11.00 per year PHONE 964-4668
Griffis; tie-fifth Brian Prevail and ter understanding and appreciation of Mr. McKinney announced to the $8.00 six months
Vyunda Strong. the workings of our local hospital. Board about his trip and what a welled
/ Winners i tot the raffle? iLatrdlhilIlamiltoqllrertda ,N iCTBS tests have not come In as of and what .;
fine ,
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but will be you eph eRyared ,1 ;:;''' o...;.: .
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great days for students In the Health Language Arts and PE; May 27 their Orientation for students from
Related Arts and math Starke Southside, Lawtey and Hamp
Occupations classes at BMS. Mrs. ; May 3O "
Judy Moore, Director of Nurses at .Science and Social Studies. ton elementary school students who;
k Bradford Hospital, visited our classes On May 14 the 254 eighth graders will be attending Bradford.' Middle' ,
on Tuesday. The slide presentation, made the annual trip to Disney World. School next yean 'IFW
familiarized us with various departments 'There were 30 chaperones that made "These students were presented a
of our hospital and services the trip also. Those going on the trip know"program of '"Thlngs-you-should-
l provided by these departments. were very well behaved and made the and performances by the BMS
Chorus and band.
trip a huge success. .
we had the
Wednesday, The group wasalso\ ,the largest Melba Johnson and Josie Williamsare'
to visit the hospital during National eighth grade group to go.'Thanks to so to be, commended for the
l Hospital Week. We were greeted by many people who made the trip possible i. organization'of the programs. Tour
I members of the Hospital Auxiliary, : eighth grade Parent Association 'guides and helpers for .the program
These ladies
the Pink Ladies. Officers Barbara Brown, included Kristin
: president; Alday. Ron Brown RWNEw
volunteered their time to as our
serve Linda Alday, vice-president; Linda Vicki Crockrell, Wendee Hall, Tina
and made
tour guides welcome.We for the. day us Cardin secretary; and Liz Langley Harmon Danny Hughes Johnny
very treasurer.In Jackson Cindy Lichtenberger,
appreciated the kindness and addition, .very 'active' parentswere Beverly Mosley Kim Sapp, Stacy
courtesy of the Hospital staff as they Barbara Cain, Sherry Barnes, Sapp, Tim Seeley Stacey Shuford
explained their jobs to us and showedus Connie Wimpy, Paulette Strong, Ed- Vyunda Strong, Lindy Taylor, Greg
the area, and equipment in their na Allen Josie Williams Louise Wiggins Brooke Williams, 'Justin .t
respective departments.Not Lichtenberger, Clarissa Workman Williams Tommy Williams. Pam w

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.a-clue-to !It4)iuitecetiite'pa8t1Florida i) ;u r was-,""brought on'board during the stop at
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i sawmill at Ttail Ridge and the" !name of jt/ie always1!! careful; to stop so that the train
settlement changed to Highland;sirtfce would be balanced exactlyastride.the: ,
I, es1 it was the highest point on the railroad r\tn-! crSnrHIghl'nd! Hill .
ning from Fernandina to Cedar KeyjThemill ,
the train was carefully balanced
i When ,
their families
men brought
fll s1 several home and commercial buildings, the crew would pile on more wood after
I .Ji" .-Of ,_ constructed. In 1899 blocking the rear and front wheels to
including ft hotel, were fre-
backward roll down, the hll
( Old wood-burning} engines-similar; ; i l to one shown here, had trouble getting moved the timber'elsewhere.was all The cut out empty and dwellingsand the mill Baldwin, or a forward roll, down tho hill to

); up,enbugh.eteahito\ climb1 Highland Hill in the old days.. FOR SALE: About 30 ac,.. nearlyin store buildings burned or were torn Lawtey'.
X .fronting U.S. 301 down for their lumber and the little village Meanwhile, the 'conductor, the man In
aortas from
faded I train and Its crew; would
) Highland fire tower HI and dry Excellent gradually away. # ; chargeof the
( / building/ site, no, problemwith Trail Itidge was a,"layover station'm! take a nap or bargain for coon and deer
;' : .." .....ebITOR1ALSAWd' textile tartly law J 0,000.. th.' when horse-drawn "sltecoaches' ( skins brought in by the ,native"backwoodsmen"
,who trapped or shot
carried passengers along the old
Alachua Trail which followed the high landof wild animals for their hides and sold themto
'This classified advertisement, appearing Trail Ridge from the Georgia line downto the traincrew and passengers.When .
jn a recent Issue of The Telegraph the "Alachua lands" around the present the conductor and crew had com
;< No may indicate that the one-time village of site of Gainesville. pleted their duties at Highland,' the conductor -
w Acid Rain' "
Highland sitting atop Trail Ridge, on the Passengers would"layover" In quartersat would signal by swinging his hat
Bradford-Clay County line, might rise and shout,"Let'er roll!" The blocks wouldbe
J a large house just south of Highland

;. <,:V: : :;;.j;X Threatens i ; .' Area Lakes '. Septic Phoenix from tank the', as rules.a ashes result of like Florida's the legendary strict new which travelers.had the Including usual accommodations,dining room, barroom for- the knocked train would out from roll majestically under the wheels down and the

,, 'd, .1 j and even a gambling room. slope to Lawtey under its own weight.
Building sites outside of the city limits,
i Many Florida lakes along the central Carbonates, like baking soda injected are limited in Bradford County because of Harry C: Wimberly was appointed' Sometimes the old wood-burning engines
would not have enough to pull the
tridge that forms the backbone'of the into lake sediments five years ago in the new regulations requiring at least four railroad agent for the town in 1891 and' of Highland power Hill and the crew up would
served until his death In 1929. He also ran a' grade
!Estate are being acidified and even- Sweden not only neutralized the Take, feet bottom npuck-and-clay-free of the tank soil drain betweenthe field store and postofflce,, all ,in, I the ,same have to "break the train in two,": pullingone
ttually could be killed by acid rain. but have kept its pH (measure of acidity and the wet season water table. Such sites building, east of the railroad tracks.At half up the slope and then sending the

:This is the disturbing warning by Dr. ) stable ever since. Dr. Crisman are hard to find in Bradford County,where the height of its prosperity, Highlandhad engine buck over the double track to bringthe
the hill.
,Tom Crisman of the University of believes that many lakes in Florida's the average water table ,is only. foot or a couple of sawmills, a shingle mill, other half up
Florida who has worked all over the central ridge could benefit from the new less below ground level. turpentine still with quarters for workers, But although almost everything else Is

state to save privately owned lakes technique.In Highland, just north of Lawtey on U.S. and a small school house. gone.200 Highland feet which still should has Its make elevation It attract of

from acid death. Dr. Crisman's the two 301, used to boast a store, railroad depot, The Highland Hill just south of the, tive over for builders in the future, locking for
and post office but Is now marked only bya village had an elevation of 215 feet abovesea
The "central ridge of 'course includes anti-acid techniques used in high and dry locations for septic tanks.
now Baptist Church and a Florida Forest Ser level and northbound trains would rise !
Who knows?
Trail Ridge on which Kingsley :Florida and the Northeast to cope with vice fire tower, named for Louis II. Hill, a have to pull up the slope from Lawtey Highland may again

,Lake is perched, as well as several acid lakes are not very effective. "You

'other fine lakes in the Camp Standing can pour crushed limestone onto a lake .:

eservation. surface so it settles down onto the bot- Present Law 'Concerning Conflict Of Interest Is MeaninglessHe I

The danger areas in Florida, according tom, or you can scatter lime over the r

to Dr. Crisman, include Clay Coun- hills around a lake so that when it rainsit May 30, 1983 the following editorial from an Orlando

ty, as well as lakes in the Ocala National is neutralized on the way to the 11 LETTERS... paper (May-28, 1983) and suggest that
Forest, and several other counties. water," he explained.But ,The problem of having public officials voters let their senators and represen-' I
'vote on issues where they have a direct In- Conflict-of-interest statements have tatives support.. a change In the law.
They are being acidified, and eventually both methods create a "yo-yo" ef- ,,terest is of great concern to all citizens. been filed by officials but we agree with' Albert L. Crosby;Jrl:
could be killed, he warns. fect in the lake's acidity which Dr.
As I understand it, state law requires only 932 W. Butler, Rd..Starke.
"These 'are low-pH, soft water lakes Crisman says is hard on fish and plant that they file a conflict-of-interest within Put,ban on self-interest: votes \11, I
life in the water. 15 days of their vote. ,
with bottoms Dr. Crisman con-
sandy A: Seminole 'County commissioner voted has filed similar statements at least 34
tinued. "We already see less algae, in The Florida scientist will be in But filing a statement is not enough. this week in favor of changing the zoning other times since he was elected in 1980.But
the water here, which means a loss of Europe this summer studying acid rain Public: officials should not be allowed to and altering the county's land use plan for filing a statement is not enough. Public officials

productivity at the very bottom of the ,at the University .of Frankfurt in Ger- Vote on their projects or interest, and they his own. housing project. Though! the proposal should not be allowed to vote on their
food chain. Aquatic weeds are reduced, many. He will also take this opportunity shouldn't be able to go off quietly to file a for a controversial high-density own projects, and they shouldn't be able togo
off to file disclosure statement.
disclosure statement. development along the Wekiva River was quietly a
too, which means a loss not only of food. to explore the cost-effectiveness of the 41 defeated by a 2-3 vote It demonstrates the .

but hiding and breeding places for Scandinavian technique in dealing with Some'.'members' of the Legislature have ''problem of having public officals vote on Thanks to Mr. Feather, the Legislature
I fish." acid rain.Results. recognized<< this problem. ,They want of- Issues where they have direct conflicts of in- has recognized the problem. In their fight to I
.ficials who have a conflict to abstain from terest. change the law Seminole Reps. Bobby
Hope for a way to save aciddamagedlakes of Dr. Crisman's summer, voting''The: \ change: makes sense. I understand In this case state law requires only that Brantley and Carl Selph cited Mr. Feather's
comes from Sweden( and Norway research will be eagerly awaited by thethousands a bin ija.) passed the House and now Seminole Commissioner Robert Feather._ numerous disclosures. They want officials
whete longactingtimerelease: of [permanent residents, as'"'uim wiraits', 'iotlnnfilhe I Senat'it'ought to bepassed'LetfsihOpm.UiatjclAr.Sfehaboru.BiUi, ; file a conflict-of-interest statement wtthinASUIj whtt'hdvWtf\ I iottftlct to Bbttahi'fronV'voting.
methods have been developed which'' ,well as vacationers who enjoy,the lake ., : )/, <|das of hto vnte,4 ,'{two; ibfrt'ProlWJUJfo: Th'i'eAimk Whntkesl'sehsba' :1WL'ja he >ithe t
.M\\1! 8'Orant.Avill, UtejfoMhetillr-wMri If oomes'''' .,didn't e.to.dl( ; ose a4,the,Meeting'. ) HooriaartdThow awaits altiMt1n'1he Senate./
might help the 6 dth1 +f'M' lakes" North Central Florida. This new approach one more factor, among many others,
takes advantage of the control causing the deterioration of water quality it,

that sediments apparently have on lake in our lakes, which once were 'the Bookmobile .Offers Library Service Throughout, ,
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Media of rumors have been circulated throughout throughout the county. The monthly operational of the
CandidatesOn expenses
Judges Bradford County the Bradford
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Not perception of the operating costs and ser- elderly citizens and home-bound citizensare '
Notoriety Ability provided monthly operating
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also library service
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I Bradford County Public Library Bookmobile.Each '
Have the values in American other crucial ,,' Bookmobile service was established by a Monday the Bookmobile visits the If compared have to other expenditures.the
applied among things, chaired the U.S. Government grant LSCA) In August, Starke Nursing Home. you any questions concerning
politics so eroded that we now elect the Senate Budget Committee. ;,,,.' 1976 This grant provided the county ford Countians are Currently registered 781 Brad as County operation Bookmobile and services of the Bradford
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of how that County has been
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If, indeed, that is the sorry'state of President. Both made announcement .

political affairs, the news media TV speeches, and a careful reading of the Notebook By Bobby Taylor, ".'t
networks and the metropolitan press -, two clearly shows the one by Senator County Agent's '.BradferdCountYAllent I

must take the lion's share of the blame Hollings to be by far the best in vision, ", .., / :

In their eagerness to put ort a good and depth of substance. But SenatorGlenn's .. rain. Hr"'i''
The concern of our home ting the foliage. If
must water
show, rather than enlighten" voters name is a household word : blem with Insects. When they are found to
gardener at this time is- to keep insects overhead, then water between 6:00 a,m. be
they go all out to promote the colorfulpersonality because decades ago he was the,first and disea lea under control until harvest. and It a.m. rather than In midday or late material damaging at the, spray with the ;proper
who has "name astronaut to orbit the earth. evening proper rate, and again
Diseases like Wet Rot of squash and good coverage of the spray material. iris
recognition' rather than the one who So in the next issues of Time and 'cucumhem, Bean Rusts, Tomato Wilts and Your fungicidal spray program:will not also better to spray after 4 r p.m..::,to
may be best qualified to lead our nation Newsweek Senator Glenn the blights hive been showing up throughout 'Control Tomato Wilts I have had several minimize' injury to ,beet and other
through the perils it now faces got big the area. Most of these diseases can be calls about bacterial wilt (a green wilt that pollinatlnginsects. :
play, and Senator Hollings was virtually 'controllecusing :with a weekly spray program results in rapid death of the plant) in the Among the most "
Case in point: ignored. miBenlate terlals like Maneb, Captan, last few dayi. I hate to have to tell the for are corn bud common Insects i 61 look
The other day in Washinton D.C.; On this basis are we to assume that 01 1 Zitreb. best gardeners that there Is no control;and the plcklewofma in cucumbersand"squashy"dear1 worms
tiling to do is to remove'the diseased
Florida's. highly respected .and in- Mr. T's bellicose is Im- Be sure to read the label and r follow all squash vine ''WioM caterpillars '
posturin more from
> plant the garden as soon as possible. that f8elt fruit
ornmendations. both the
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telligent former Governor, Reubin: portant than Mr. Askew s thoughtful tops and I undersides of the leaves andobserve 1 also suggest that they be careful not to let ( lice) that feed on 1 leaves the tender; 'land aphldst

Askew, a candidate for the Democratic speeches, or that orbiting the globe is the' required waiting period between the diseased plants touch healthy plants t plant, tile plant.Eacli growing'. '

'presidential nomination, was entering a the most important qualification for occupying spray application and/ harvest. ,during spread by removal direct since contact.the: dlseasfe.$UY be '< ;
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hotel just three blocks frorputbe White the White House? Insects in the garden also,be Insect ii best '
: also minimize can a:problem controlled by one pet-;'
You can disease Incidence
House, and getting;no!attention. '- 'This is not to say that Mr.. T's anticsare 'with proper)cultural and Sanitation'prac However I do '.not-' recommend trolled tcular! "ft"* but most cases can be con-
At" another hotel-'j st :across the not tices. For instance don't work spraying weekly or. on a preventive a general purpose spray eon,'
; [ newsworthy, or that Senator' harvest or schedule for insects because this could interfere tainlng Malathion or Spectracide'plus li-
street TV's newest !ugh.guy/r: ,** 'theirascible 'Glenn should be denied the glory of his your vegetables while they are wet from with pollination on many crops. It quid Sevin or Orthene.These: materials If

Mr. T, of the bulging musclesand past accomplishments in space. But one rains water the dews soil.or or:irrigation.root area When rather irrigating than wet- is better to"scout"your garden every two needed' can be mixed with. the, fungicide)

freak Mohawk :,haircut, was: : the commentator indicts the readerhungrynews or three_!days for the !first! signs I .of fl 'pro- mentioned earlier. ':pM'yti' :
center of admiring throngs as he arrived media for misplaced values that 'lm- ,. ,R..i 5'31aP itf

in town to film a movie. judge a man's worth simply on whether & A f Humane Society Thanks''ii'u; rile?

his name is a household word..."The inBradford It I Ii
The next morning, Mr. T received top- Forestry Courttyit{ For Help Placing pets
media today decides who will be heard
of-the-page treatment in, Section B of f ; lLf' -
the Washington Post, wftije) Askew's when, and on the basis of its own judge By, David Norton Chemical,spray treatments: aril only effective i i The Bradford Humane Society wishes to

visit to the capitoUyas/eompletely! ig-: ment about the man's qualifications' County forester: when Used Irk MpfCifiedmiwljeri" \ : express their, thanks to' the public's

nored. -'" ;H %|,.> /-',' i ,& judgement that is too often based on It seems t 6 be that time of year that' -j ,,: Timing of a',chemical, trejt'tment'Wihe': response to-their'offer?to help' with' the
the candidate's. ability tot, ,make pie ire outside doing inspections) of t eh ut;\ '"moot effective! : means of 4V p< Another vSouthernec-and-likewise headlines.A yards. It is pith"' these Inspections that In- In a great majority,of caws, time f At ,present this service is solely' dependent -
; .a' sect and disease damages become; readily' the symptoms or UM damans-noticed upon telephone communications u
candidate for the*' '' Sfdentlat rtominiiJtion better system, it seems'to us', wouldbe noticeable; fufju ,+*.'-'" .is too) late for prevenlative tape spray to : the j Bradford Humane Society,hapJ no

the able Senator V-FriU" to have the pre-screening'weeding- The extreWty wet, weather that this' "be effective( Bach Insect or:disease'must I(, .helteffacilityavailable.,; i i" 1.1 ). '

of ,South Carolina "although wide out process performed by the deliberations -' winter brouHKt was a great opportunity be handled on an"individual basis for control I'' of We Stark.arm,tel however working with the City
facility '
measuresv t' v-- ,) acquire a to I9 e-the
recognized for ability.JivU halls of pf delegates, caucuses, state conventions for' an abunlBncfl'cf disease" cpores to' f nuisance problem of tray! woh joss
Congress, is also'i'eeelving a media cold 'and party ,professionals, to become estmiuhed on your. trees',and 'It'ia.aiie'very'laipdrtant-to mix the t long plagued our communlty."f"I oog ,:'/ ';
shoulder. Senator ,Hollings' credentialshave whom headline is a headline,. but notnecessarily1 shrubs. By no* the damage (or the symptoms prescribed chemical. according' to its I i ,In,the. meantime,;.we ,wiu/ 'cotvl'inue 1 to
) once aotfced: causes alarm to many specified InstructlolIs.'JQ, not! pply44heVAsplrin t help
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qualificationfor homeowner/ Usually the first reaction .ia :Rule" wheel UIIt">stiemicals..">. In "
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I !\ \. ; ;>> and 'FrankiSwindell: 'Wed 'April l'6'in'! ;, Methodist Church! ', v'l <'1 ;W ''l' 't I

Dawn Michelle wan ring-bearer- kept the guest book. Scott Hicks, Mrs. Junior;ScboeHtng,
...daughter of MI,,and SChoenlnt. The bride,given In marriage by her Flowers used at the reception were Mrs. Hiriim Chappell and Mrs. Bob
7 Schoenlng, Sr. and Frank Swindell father wore a sheer chiffon gown the same ones used at the wedding.The Shannon. 'flj .
son of Walter Swindell and the late featuring a fitted bodice complimented bride's table was covered witha Following a short wedding#;trlp to
C" HelenSwindell, all of Starke, were by a sweetheart lace white linen cloth and centered witha St. Augustine the couple Is residing at
in1"!1 united In marriage April 18 at 2 p.m: bordered !neckline and long bishop three-tiered wedding cake 628 Pinewood Drive.: ]'
l i.. In the First United Methodist Church sleeves with deep cuffs. She wore a decorated with blue ribbons and white are
,t.. with> Rev. Warren/ ,hanger performing Cathedral length veil of Illusion trimmed roses and topped with a bride and The bride and groom both
u, -.. Miss i Krlsty John, ..organist cented with pearls. She carried, a Shannon cut the cake. in 1962 and is presently
presented a program 'of nuptial( cascade of white roses. Snacks and punch were served I employed;' at Pantry Pride. The
music A reception was held at the home of from a punch table and refreshment,' groom graduated in 1961 and works
'"" Centering 'the alil"j, were two the brides parents./ Denise Schocning, ,table. Assisting.in serving were Mrs. for Lovell Brothers Gainesville.. .

,.Pedestal 'Arrangements of pompoms, '1 .
L.chrysanthemums.; gtatice,, gladiolus .,-J:
( ..and1 carnations In/ hpdes of. yellow tq,'yrr ,t F 'M r i ,. .. '" .l f

white, purple and pink'against a ". ... I .. ,
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background greenery. : ': ft(,,'
I ir Buddy >Dicandio ''served as best .,. ", I. ".I'L <,' ./ '" j.: :::::
'man:Ushers were Jimmy Schoening, :==
i brother of the bride and Phil
> Miss Lorrle'' Chapped served as Y Social Side Of The News !
maid of honor.She wore a floor length. itil itilI
polyester gown with square neckline, tit
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Slip carried ,a nosegay of
;yellow and white daisies,. roses and I ,
,, ,Cathy Hicks sister of the bride,and
Denise Schoening, sister-in-law of the

Their bride,gowns served were as bridal fashioned attendants.similarto Junior Woman's Club Installs .OfficersFisherman's )

the honor attendant except one was
.1' pink and the other'yellow. They car-
1 ;rled nosegays of yellow and,white Reef was the setting
'daisies and pompoms. for the Starke Junior Woman's Club
.1 Robbie Hicks, nephew of'the bride, 'Mr.and Mrs.Prank Swindell annual May banquet and Installationof
officers Tuesday night May 24.
The head table was decorated with
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large arrangement of multi-colored:
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Lorrlo Chappcll Shana Schmitt summer flowers. Other tables were
I .;* I'decorated with purple white and
Shorts Colabratos llth ,
Honored,With Shower
\ yellow bouquets of daisies, mums,
Birthday May 27 statics and baby's breath in yellow
The Herbert H. Miss Lorrie Chappell July 2 bride- watering cans. .
rrs 'elect, of Buddy Dlcandio, was com- Mr. and Mrs; Charles M: Schmitt h!? -
Give Rehearsal, Dinner plimented at a bridal shower Wednesday entertained at a Hawaiian birthday '"''After a delicious dinner, 'new officers 11
night, May 25, given by Mrs. party for their.'daughter Shana, on were installed by senior iy Xr p ,
:Mr.and Mrs. Herbert Herres entertained Jerry Crockrell Miss Patti Che ser her 11th birthday at their home on Woman's club member, Pat ; r
at a dinner party Friday nightat and Miss Vicky' Sheffield at the home Cherry Street May 27. 'Spengler. New officers are: president I, 1 _.,
the Starke Golf and Country Club of the latter. The party room was gayly Shan Johns; first vice- '
for their son, Joey, and fiancee, JaC-: Games with prizes and decorated In the Hawaiian theme by. president, Christie Torode second ,I. ,74', i" ', 4 ') > } x
queline Mercado, following the cou refreshments were enjoyed by the 19 Shana and two of her friends, Aimee vice-president, Therese Schlofman; > !
ple's wedding rehearsal. guests between the hours 7:30: and 9 Ferguson and Beth McKinney. The secretary, Jean Shuford and J:p.. .
White linen cloths were) used on the refreshment table was covered with a treasurer, Debbie Connaughton. .'.
head table and smaller round dining p.m.The refreshment table was green cloth and centered with a birth-, 'j 'Outgoing president Kitten Den- .
tables. An arrangement of roses and centered with two crystal candle day cake flanked on either side with mark presented silver trays to Rookie : b
spring flowers centered the head holders decorated with silk rose tiger coconut trees and pineapple halves of the Year: Jean Shuford; Club ,;i,; ', 1':
table and nosegays of the same lilies, which were given to the honoree. filled with fruits. Woman of the Year, JoAnn Agin and : flowers[ centered the other tables. after the party. The gift table was centered with a President's Choice, Joan Hall. .,I .'." ';. _
The 35 guests'Included the Im- Among the guests were the huge bowl filled with floating flowers. Special guests for the evening were
mediate families, the wedding party bonoree's mother Mrs. Hiriam ChappeD After refreshments. of hot dogs, 'sponsors Mrs. J.D. Warren and Mrs. Jr. Women Execs...
and out-of-town guests.. and mother of the prospective fruit, chips, Coke,' cake' and ice John Torode. Other guests Included
The honored couple presented giftsto Mrs. Leon Dicandio. cream, Shana opened her gifts and ,Mrs. Lester Crews, Mrs. Jerome Four of the five young ladles who are the new officers of the Junior
their attendants and special guests The iostesses gave the bride-elect a then she and her 40 friends enjoyed. a Johns, Miss Lillian Stump and Mrs. Woman's Club of Starke are l-r) Therese Schlohnin.'Jean Shuford, Christie
during the dinner. set of glasses as a memento of the occasion Softball game. Vincent Spengler.! Torode, and Shan Johns. V:::
Assisting In serving were Mrs. Ben .- Assisting the Schmitts with the serving -
Moxley, Mrs Mike Sexton, Miss were Miss Lori Flynn and \ ---- -
Evelyn Pennell Michele Sexton and Shana's grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Did You Know........... Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reddish and Mrs. Sandy Curan,Mr. and Mrs.
Melanie Paulk. Fulgham. family of Pensacola were weekend Steve Rabideau and three children of
.Each of the guests received lets and guests of Mrs. P.D. Reddish and fami- Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Curanof
Kathleen GIllingham lollipops as favon.Caokout.Swlm. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mercado and Murphy, N.C. were Saturday and
Emily Hartley Lunchon Honors daughter, Bettina, Mrs. Manila Dor- ly. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
C.l.brat.s Birthday ,nate and Miss Marlene Rivera, all of Mrs. Lenore Foster of Kingsley Brown and Ruth Merser at their homeon
A. graduation luncheon honoring Party ,Puerto Rico;were guests last week of Lake has returned to her home in Bar- Kingsley Lake.
Little Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Herres and at-
Emily Hartley celebrated her 2 GraduatesMr.
Kathleen D. Gillingham was held by nard Vt. for the summer.
fourth birthday Saturday May 28, at her grandmother,Mrs.Guy H.Sale at .landed the Mercado/Herres wedding Dr. and Mrs. Pete Felos attendedthe
two parties. rehearsal dinner Friday night and Yawn and Mrs. wedding of Miss Charon Marco to
.. her Kingsley Lake home on Saturday.: and Mrs. Warren Stevenson Mrs. Ula Rae
jj,li.t tt%b >art3rtt;) ,H,e morning w *h'l!"1 )iii! !cll'.uJt Url'J"1'"'-> honored Teresa Baldree, a. BUS IWa '. lvye4dinturda'I h ,!n9t' 12'J'l i Iii 'i-; Loutse; .Harden -recently returned, Alexius Aloy \usDyerlU: on,Satur
.,; rq oursg Refs In.tbeyardl1'ffIte..t11, r U 1Leteblervvitatt 1led M5..HtlV da+1 1I,..' uatOtaad.Dehbie.Rasasensaryla6Ntlta i an.Arl1g; rtha''laF t"p 1ileadrdeuv9''4afteextwarweekavlsil.with,Beti& ,I.cdayyJ r May ,,28l\t the. ....JacIr"ollvij\e-:' ,
.. Amy .m ,Y..itcl.... cream vaMMicaksnfdecorated -rlilfc-nwglrts 'eYrjo( ltI! ('. rm'irrirriPand J Fe Junior OoiI*<< gmtl'illtte at. 1. District IV meeting at Yawn at the FSU Study Center in Woman's Club. 'i, ; +
with balloons. The children boating after lunch; swim party and cookout Friday after + : ounc 25 were Florence, Italy. While there they also 3T!
were given helium filled balloons to Mrs. Sale was assisted In serving by noon at their home on Crosby Lake. Jacksonville Beach Etna on Schaffer.May Mar- toured Germany; Austria and Italy. Lynette Baxter spent the long
Aurelia Byrd. In Newnan,
with. friends of the honoredgraduates weekend visiting friends
play The 10
Mrs. Leila Mundy and Mrs. Mary Ann Whlffen,
jtre., Thomson, Richard attended a family dinner
Covington. Mrs. Bea Gillingham enjoyed swimming in the Ruckesche Rev. Warren Langer and Ga. They
..-- from and barbecue chicken dinner on Florence Ruud, Roxane Odom attended the Methodist Con- party in Griffin, Ga. on Saturday
paternal grandmother, came pool Judd of the Starke
and Freda the Atlanta
The party In the evening was bed In Jacksonville for the occasion. the patio from 3 to 8 p.m. Club. ference in Lekeland last Monday to evening and attended after-
the Mike Hartley pecan grove where Woman's Friday where Mr. Odom was elected Braves baseball game Sunday

tables and chairs were set up for the Bradford County Charles R. Green received the Gainesville District,Lay Leader. noon.

Among those. attending were Emi. Senior Citizens Club, Rollin Armour Trust Fund Award at

ly's Larry grandparents Hartley 'of St., Mr.Augustine and Mrs.and Roger Mttz*>l. Jrr, Special Notice University graduation last exercises week. at Stetson Fagan's Land DevelopmentClay

Mr; and Mrs. J.T. Prevail Jr. of lit Runner-Up The summer meetings In Paris '
Starke and great grandparents, Mr. 'In Stat Contest, and August will be held in the Mrs. Ilse Griffis spent April 21 to Dirt Sand and
and Mrs. J.T. Prevail Sr. of Lawteyand House of the St. Mark's Episcopal May 23, in Frankfurt Germany,
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Agner of Jr. Church, 212 N. Church Street. Since where she visited her mother, Mrs. BuUdozlngBack.Hoe .
Roger Mitzel ,son of Nancy and who was ill In a
will be Emily Jahrling,
Lake. school to out the children using WOrk4
Kingsley Roger Mitzel of Starke, placed first Recreation hospital and attended the funeral of jf'
Ott Yen Know........... runner-up in the state beauty contest the' Pratt" Street her aunt, Mrs. Else Klein on April 23. Road Grader Work o. "
Sunburst Small World' Kiddie ,bust. Mark's has ,
Mrs: Dorothy Harper celebrated held in Orlando Episcopal Church .
Pageant, May 2224. visited \
her 62nd birthday on Sunday,May 29, 'Roger now advances to the Nationals been kind enough to let the SeniorCitizen' Mr. and and Mrs.sister-in-law C.L. Cooper, Mr. and Keystone Heights, Florida. :.
dinner the home meet in their'parish house .
at a family at of her to be held In Atlanta, Ga. in Durham, N.C.
Mrs. Cecil
son-in-law and Mr. and for this reason. Cooper*
August 24-24.
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Mrs. Charles Wilkison. Helping to Roger Is the grandsonof Dorothy 'The June 7th meeting will be I a Thursday to Monday. : 473-2149 ln tt

celebrate the occasion were Mr. and and Duane Mitzel, and Norman and' brown bag lunch at noon. Visitors are _
Mrs. Buddy Harper and Mrs. David Diane McNeal all of Starke, welcome ---- tfl---tip- .. 1IJu.ttern'tt'k'BI.scu1t
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Jocephus Entertains.. Mr. and Mrs, Malcolm Dunn and Home. leading role by acting as John UM
by Dolores Meng The Jerry Wadsworth family enter- family of their Ocala lake spent the weekend. enJoying !!'tlJ t". ,,} r ;,j In" Cindy'Ffmyplayed Ma Darlln .1'
phone 4S8-I915 lot and "
visiting. '
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picnic. 1 Fiends' In the area. r; i I ) i t tv ,11 !M.1I18, nh.Pal'ad was Other characters p a'C
Bookmobile.. Blue Springs Saturday, Darling.
on Joe Meng: arrived home on May 25 29, Carrie and Christy Manning were wen
ll. The Bradford County Bookmobileloans On Sunday and Monday, they froml! Tennessee Temple in Chattanooga 1. Ma .:3i, T r M Meng celebrated' !; f Casey Woods Jennie Ford Rhea Qulptim, Donna Ford, Poll, (
played at Massey Chevrolet sales ; PeepittTerrl
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books and records at no charge spend summer months :: a/toredHValtJroh'was'nlhe;
every Tuesday from 12:30: until 2:30: in area iri Gainesville for the,."Memorial. with his, parent, Mr. and Mrs. Paul June 2, Chad Smith is 10 and Saman- ,.Kennan Mark Rhoden, Tracy, Donnie Bradley, Mart '
Day special events. Long Roberta
Q'I'' the Post Office parking lot. Jody Wadsworth is,flying to ,: tha Truman Is.svfJ'!, 'and Brian Davis ... 8'I'

Happy Anniversary.. Nashville today where he will be the 'Congratulations., Hampton,Elem. School..' Other class members assisted Ia '
rlt. Louise guest of Shot Jackson and will per- Mrs:Susie L. Lott received her "Grade, { On 26, 'constructing the lovely scenery and 9'I,
Cecil and Mattheus form at the Hall of I.ame.. cerr i itif "- tk EiKertalnf May )rops used for.thb' play. I'I
(,.,1.. celebrated their 48th wedding anniversary Icate as a Nursing Assistant on Mayi Jim'Lewis directed his sixth graders The fishing trip was especially
on May 25.Their son,Glenn Visitors.. 24. She attended classes for nine mon- In the production entitled "John and joyable,and the biggest fish caught en It Ie I
I; .1' Mattheus of Folkston, Ga. visited ths at Lake Butler In the program'of Sal on the Erie Canal."
111 mounted'on the bulletin board .
After visiting her son and family now of
fered Lake welcomedthe
,"Jfl : them on Friday. Over the weekend by City Community Col. Principal Connie Clark classroom.
sixth grade
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pen- the
Fitzpatrick In She is to be IIJ
lege. in the
they enjoyed the visit of their complimented for at. student body and faculty attending was
sacola Viola Lefebvre Is Everyone amazed ,
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and ,spending taming an A average for the course; new cafetoriunj where they all enjoyed .. of at
some time with the sister and brother- the good singing Jimmy Long
Besides the Su-Eli and b
Mrs. Ralph Langford of Fernandina. operating Beauty the play. .
Robin Murray cast '
in-law Mr and Otis in the other
Mrs. metnbeat
Leach Is
Wilbur Andrews Jr Shopppe, Susie now licensed to John'' Underwood ,dressed ,in his I ..I.r

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Miss Robin Murray, '. .

Plan Wilbur July Andrews.2 Wedding Jr. AMB3CAS FAMILY DRUG STORE: YOU CAN SAVE UP TO'50% AN EXAMPLE, >,;:,;i:

Miss Robin Renee Murray of Palm -' ON YOUR PRESCRIPTION I OF ECKERD ,

Harbor and Wilbur Drew Andrews, ? GENERIC SAVINGS
Jr.of Brooker announce their engage- WITH ECECEUD ,GENERICS 'By substituting Isoiorblde'for

........ ment and approaching marriage 0- [ Isordil and MecNzlne (for Antlvert.
which is for aJ Lastyearoloneouroustomerssavedover$8millionwith
planned Saturday, July 2, one Eckerd customei saved
at 8 p.m. at New River Baptist Eckerd Generic over$11300 on IWQ prescriptions
Church, Brooker. Ask Eckerd
your Pharmacist If your prescription olonel
Miss Murray is a 1982 graduate of .last.' year
/ can be tilled with one. of the 300 Generics now
Clearwater-Largo Christian School. /' available.
Mr. Andrews is a 1982 graduate of y
Bradford High School.
The couple attended Trinity College
ti in Dunedin, Fla. '
No invitations are being sent but all /
friends and relatives are Invited to ate -


McRae Family ReunionS
....... BUY SUNTAN yid
for June 5

;-:1 Members of the McRae families
I will hold a reunion Sunday June 5, Q 0 I News!* ''
with a covered basket lunch at 1 p.m. '
at the Florida State Prison Pistol bvL1/xJgDI11'/ .
: Range. (After passing the prison gate BIG orGOOD '
I, on SR-16, take the first right hand BY BKN(..HARVESTLCKERB .

Ills the time of year when many AQUA-fHESHB.4-OZ. TOUKCMOtC/ *
1973 Class Reunion are trying fur a good "healthy" Ian -CLOSE*UP 8.4-0%. ASPIRIN LEMONADEDRINK SPRAY
=' Sot for June 18 Research has BlH>wn'that eXl'eSIveCOUIATI 7-oz.', ti BOTTLI let 16-01.
S r exposure to nunlight can lead to premature TOM MIX Mf.4.4*

:: The 1973 graduating class of BHS aging and skin cancer.which .CNOICI '
M will hold their reunion June 18. If you may not show up for years. 9. Pack of S Ble or pack of 249.uli.n .299
'tn light of these findings it li wise r
= are to ,
planning attend and have not TIM 3 Good News. Limit 2 _
;; paid, please get in contact.with Vicki to use a good sunscreen before you Limit J packs Compare to Bufferln! .
11 Sparks, 9646330.. / spend long periods of time In the
= nun Sunscreens are rated by SPF
(loan protection factor numbers.The / p
higher the SPF number the greater :
I Graduates of 1978
the level of protection r GALAXY 9" 2SPEEDOSCILLATING
Planning Reunion These product enable you to FRUIT GEMS"A. FOLDING GRilL
.. / spend hoots in the sunshine without IS-Wf ..!. 1.4S ..*..1.41 FAN 1
.. -
w The BHS 1978 graduating class is the worry of sunburn They are =' i A 12184-A '
i: planning their five-year reunion at a titularly good for children and par99C. iR nkist ffUltCiBlTta 249' H fc 99 *SLUE... 'Dill'."
party to be held on July 30 at the with fair skin / *Hf. Compact for
\\II'' Starke Golf and Country Club.Dress Just ask your Eckerd: Pharmacist Limit 1ENTIRE 'limited

will be informal. Hors or I Cosmetician for assistance with GOTT TOTE 0 / spaces
d'oeuvers and cash bar will be STOCK OF
a pro- your skin suncare needs. '
.. vided. / '. ",- ., LUPGAGE"gyn.! ICECI EST __ gA riate4AAL.nwu..NLE :,,11.., r
Any Interested person may contact : ;
Diane Crews at 9647497or Cindy ACT DEPITABd'*' 'r .g 8' M IRELCO CLEAN 1 "
; Canova at 533-2455 or write 1978 Reunion -
s: P.O. Box 187, Starke, Fl. 32091. 12-01.RINSE : AIR MACHINE -==|19"SS3" ,
OfF Holds/ 6. ;2-oz. ,,. I met arris UIATI ,
fi 79 beverage cans, *M1)0 24-M(>0iQ 5s

Did You Know........... REGULAII l 9 Removes* undesirable /
4 Limit 2LADY'S
S Mr. and Mrs. John Torode, Jr., Mr. odors.
=:. and Mrs. Carl Hurst, and Mr. and DISK i. 'CONSOLE M17S anACENENTILTU ,,,,,,,,1..2.99
2 Mrs. Carl Torode attended the Shell CHOICE Nae./k-OI.tads
C I Omego Society banquet May 26 at / SOLID ANTI- L I 388 r

E r.: Lake Buena Vista. John Torode, Jr. PERSPIRANT159I1U 79 C ....... TRIPLE-HEAD REMINGTON
and Carl Hurst both received an "
C: / Carry cold drinks.
award of achievement for ELECTRIC SHAVER '
cleanliness, merchandising and ser CHILDREN'STUBULAR! on car seatlwxso

vice in the Shell Tampa District. Carl t! C 750
j Torode received an award for most MAALOX LIQUID 1999 : j:
Improved jobber station for 1982 in I 3h,8.rn8
the Shell Tampa District. ANTACID Maakn : HOSIMMWMCf
12-OZ. ,
Roxane Ruckeschel, Ann Whiffen, / I 00:. 0 MIO
\'.; Evelyn Griffin, Marjorie Thomson, | 88 ,
C Aurelia Byrd and Mildred Bellizzi of MCKS .g-;; 1288 "' GRAN PRIX AM/FM

the ding Starke the Woman's General Club Federation are atten- Limit 1 ...:I;.. CLEO' ,a y- POCKET RADIO _

Woman's Club 92nd National conven- ALL-OCCASION ,r ft *. s e nol
tion in Orlando Monday to Thursday. ENJOLI or SENCHAL GIFT WRAP f' 4-WAY DELUXE a 799 .w. I..

Vt-OZ UOU_ -' 811' ...
e Miss Cathy Grider is interning with S-OZ. SCNCNAL: ;
I C the Recreation and Parks Board in Mf.taSM 4 /100 ,NS 7Stof.S.M
r Austin, Texas, May 23 to Aug. 10 after 449 Limit 1

attending FSU for the past two years. fOfl quantities +.,'..r Nash
"Ef 4
\1 last. Limit 4 AVANTI 90-MINUTE
\ Stephen Hall of Orlando and Q
Ij i Richard Hall of Fort Benning, Ga. NATIVE TAN or JOBE'SROSEor' ) r' CASSETTE TAPE
1 i' spent the weekend with their parents, ALOE BUTTER SULFODENE TREE & SHRUB IINOUMC:*
:x- Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hall In / LOTION or OIL PET PRODUCTS SPIKES --1 ggO' '"... MS

ii, :Theressa. S'.ATlfETAIi -, ltoe.K3.4t iSc fl
NaZ.. MM 1991.SL50 i. __
;; Irene Desiree Wainwright, :-
))99 '
daughter of Mrs. Minou Wainwright 2 10 Rose or S Tree
I 4-oz. ea Shampoo
!E of Starke and Edward C. Wainwright (! ) Medication or 7-oz 0'j: EVEREADY ENERGIZER
i of West Germany;was among 226 per- ScratchexSNACK, : "
.. sons receiving earned degrees at the / : KELLER LAWN or 0" or -VOLT
e 115th commencement of the University & STOREy RAKE BATTERIES
:: of the South Sunday, May 22. Four TRAY "!
;; honorary doctorates were also award- SKIN CREAM re.ro.r. >i... ,159..us" .
,: ed. Wainwright received a Bachelorof Ii. .rustic >. LEe .
Arts degree in psychology from thee 129 I Compare; to 99 /
College of Arts and Sciences.She was .Noxzemal' : 1"CRYSTAL ,Pack br 1! .IC"" or "D
a a member of the University Choir and Limit 2 Single 8-Volt
coordinator of the Big Brother/Big
:I Sister program at the university. She :
;;! Is a member of St. Mark's Episcopal '
a Church.Mr. j VITAMIN A DAY ,' SPRAY 1 WASH L'EG6S I.W s
I81's : *
Compare to
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and Mrs. David Montgomery I sctmsMM >
One A Day) 1 eAttow sq e.Tr I .ez.
and family attended a family birthday i i t ..*..*. i ''tI jt aECKERiyS i
dinner Sunday' for David Montgomery
and brother, Rev. Ed Mon- FEMINIQUE 17Sijn.
tgomery at the home of their brother, / DISPOSABLE/ DOUCHE; .,""' ". 3l lK .
I James Montgomery in Lake City.The S-OZ. Llmlt > P ck '''I* 'PJ'di #
family all spent Memorial Day at the I -" ylnyx.*!.I '+ pd
Montgomery camp on the Suwannee iF'-

River. i Limit 2 *! _i

ill Mr and Mrs. Tony Mayes of
Chester, Ill: are visiting her brother ? T oh
Ii 'and sister-in-law Mr..and Mrs. J.B.

,Eggers; this week. / ,
i ., .bPEN @111L 9tu s3, SUNDA tai 6''. Saie Prices
Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Waters of SYSTEM 2 PROCESSING.' ..,. .WE RE3 7E RHIHT TO LIM T QUAIITIT1ES. Good tfirtr Sttwle, '',_ ,
I Dundee spent the weekend with Mr. .
and Mrs. Gerald Norman. TWICE THS PRINTS"t-- e x ..' i u;' to: tl; # ,

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Mrs. Lou Royster and Mrs.Virginia ShoppinMl
Barrow of North Augusta.C were : 1 ; H NON S >
I 1 S alnut Stree tarfe
weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.Drew I 1 I r"" i.I y ; .,,"' 'rahktl'nli'fi14
Reddish. They were joined for Saturday I f < arge
lunch by Mrs. Rex Mtxon and 1 c S ,, .
Mrs. Paul Moore of Jacksonville and >! j 1 '

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f ,; ;.;" ,: by ElUabeth Terryi,,jI Mrs., Pat Hamilton and her py to learn that ho was able to come State Taxidermy Convention in Ocala
h* '
jni ;rxii'eC.n'SLairke: : Christian School l HoldsAnnual I ". Pbone7s2s31oerly; ,; tV: daughter Kimberly and her friend home from Riverside Hospital Friday until Sunday.
*" .! CHURCH ACTIVITIES! v Mrs. Smith of Gainesville, visited Jacksonville on Saturday. Our Rev. and Mrs. Delbert King and
: Mrs, Roslo Reddish last Sunday. prayers are with him. family were Sunday dinner guests of
tU s1" :;;: !:' : Awards First Baptist Church of Lftwtey had George Warren Roller of Mr. and Mrs Benny Wilkison.; HI Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee.
BanquetThe their birthday get-together on Sunday Gainesville is spending the summer were Sunday dinner guests of their Col. and Mrs. William Wilson attended
er. ,'11' t afternoon May 29. A good'crowd at- with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. parents Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison an Elks Convention in Tampa
*Jl ,j' :; ,., tended the party and enjoyed. the George Roller and is working in Jr.Mr Thursday through Saturday.The .
annual Awards Banquet for as follows: fellowship and fine food. ; Orange Park. and Mrs. Ed Ward and her Wilsons talked with Mrs
"" Starke Christian' ,School was held First grader 1st place Highest Pace Grace United' Methodist 'Church Henry Hodges, Chris Fox, and Mr. mother Mrs. Eye is spending a weekat Doreen Blom in Japan on Sunday
IIIbn '. Tuesday\ night.. May 24.. at. .the. Average, Shalene Stephens; First will )have a covered picnic ,dinner' and Mrs. Buddy Smith went to the Orlando Seventh Day Adventist Miss Rhonda Norman Mrs. Helen
bna 'Western Steer Steakhouse in Starke. grade 2nd place Highest Pace after church on Sunday, June 12. We Stock Car Races at Lake City on Meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nail .. Pastor Roman' Alvarez was Average Monica Jackson;; Learning will be grilling hamburgers. Please Saturday night. and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wray Renee Hewett of Starke spent the
at t: ""; ,moderator and presented the awards Center II, Most Paces Completed (of come, and bring your favorite dish. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Starling and Davi.< also attended the Camp weekend In Nassau. Bahamas. They
to ..; :" Following pledges to the American entire school), Stacy Johnson. Stacy' Rev. Delber King attended the an family of Brycevilla were Sunday dl'i- meeting. went on a cruise ship.
lad the Christian nag and the Bible, also received the trophy for highest nual, Conference ''of Hie'United ner guests of their parents, Mr. and MR,and Mrs. Donald Wilkison Sr.
singing of "God Bess America", average of, the entire school; 2nd Methodist Church in Lakeland the Mrs. Fleam Starling.Mr. returned home Friday after a visit
isbn ,.ia short program was presented by the place Most Paces Completed, Amy weekof, May 23-27.'Delegates from .and Mrs. Patrick Henry were with her father who was in the
I ,i ,kindergarten and first grade under Jones; tat place Highest Average Grace United Methodist Church to the Sunday dinner guests of their parents hospital In Columbus Ga.
, the direction of their teacher. Mrs. Word Building. Stefante Alvarez;; annual Conference were Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mosley of Dan Wainwright and daughter,Jill,
j Dorothy Melton. The children quoted Highest average, Math Social Hermie Kelly who stayed with friends. Highland. visited his mother, Mrs. Truby Wainwright -
, various passages of scripture and Studies English and Science Amy while there. : Lucian Prevatt of Gainesville was a on Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
I recited from memory the names of Jones; 2nd place Highest Average., PERSONALS: Sunday dinner guest of his parents, and Mrs. Tom Barry of
the books of the Old Testament and Social Studies and English Wendy Mr. and Mrs. Fleam Starling. Miss Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. The pound cake got
'1 the New Testament. Kindergarten Duddlng; 2nd place Highest Average Mrs1..Earl Teston and her daughter. Brenda Prevatt of Starke was theguest Harold Eunice on Sunday.Mr. its name from the
I 1I 1 diplomas were presented to: Billy Math and Science Steunia Alvarez. Miss Nancy Teston and Mrs. -Ola of her grandparents Mr. and and Mrs. Wayne Hardee and pound of butter it was
, I Flounders and Kelly Hannah (K4 and Learning Center III. 1st place Most Starling and her granddaughter;Miss Mrs. Fleam-' Starling also. Henry Williams attended the Florida supposed to contain.

,! { .,KS) and Eric Jackson Christy Johns Paces Completed,,'Jeff Moody; 2nd They Rhonda Norman two nights went In on Cartersville a vacation., Mrs John Tye Sr. had a cookout _ _. _ J
spent for her Jr.'s bIrth- - - - -
I Julie Ponder and Jessica Flounders place Most Paces Completed, Sandy'I supper son, John - - - - - -
.j'; (KS to 1st grade). The penmanship Ga., Gatlinburg, Tenn. and two nightsIn day on Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
, Dudding 1st
i ; place Highest Average,
J Daleville, Ala. They visited' Mrs.Testoix's and Dr. Dennis
',' award for kindergarten was Jeff Moody; 2nd place Highest Jim McCarley. Jr. of ConnaughtonAssociated
;1 son, Jerry in Fort Rucker Jacksonville
presented to Christy Johns. spent the weekend with
1Ii Average Sandy Dudding ( with Dr. Harry Gruen)
Ala. arrived
They home Sunday,May their
, After presentation of kindergarten Awards for perfect attendancewere parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.L.
1 '
22 after vacation
an ; Wilkison Jr.
q.,., diplomas a program of religious and presented to Tim Moody Aman- AnnouncesEVENING
Oscar Carter and, Miss ,Roberta and Bill Now
Mr Mrs. Willis of Jackson-
patriotic was presented by the da
songs Melton,Jonnle Melton,Sandy Dud
Carter left to spenda weekat
Ii Saturday ville were ,Sunday dinner guests of
school chorus directed
by Raymond ,
ding and Wendy Dudding; followed by
Hot Ark. ,
Springs, their brother-in-law and
sister Mr. 1
music teacher. Several :
Moody presentation, of Scripture Cer- DENTAL <
Mrs. Jessie Mae Starling of Mac. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Jr.
< 1 students from grades 6-1:1: also recited tificates. Scripture trophies'' were
>" of clenny is spending a few days with Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Sr. is spendinga
'I passages Academic scripture.awards were presented 'awarded Melton.to Amanda Melton and Jonnie her sister. Mrs. Battle Kelly. > '" few days with her son and daughter- Tuesday Thursday 6-9 PM:
Mrs. Genelle Underwood and sons in-law Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wilkisonof
.'! of Green Cove Springs spent the long Live Oak, while he Is in the 459 W. Call 9645152EAGLE
weekend with her Mr. and
parents\ hospital.
i' Mrs, Earl Prevatt. ?. Friends of Luther Hilliard are hap- r r

Church of God, Graduates 'iI r

i'i Honored at Hawaiian BanquetThe .w 3 BIG DAYS! ti ,

Thursday, Friday ,

youth department of the Starke School Superintendent,'Ralph Martin,' lLIJ & Saturday
i Church of God honored their' presented each senior with a bible. 9 TO 9
graduating seniors at a "Fantasy The seniors are: Lori Ann Flynn, '
Island" banquet May 20 at 8 p.m. daughter of Charlie and Judith Flynn
The'walkway featured a bridge Blaine Dyal son of Mr: and Mrs.
with a pool of goldfish on one side and Charles Schmitt,Jimmy Joyner, son liT I DNA I
hula girls on the other side serving' of Mr. and Mrs. Royce Joyner and
,punch. Tropical plants sand parrots Marty Rhoden, son of Mr. and Mrs.
and bamboo were used In decorating Harold Rhoden.
the walkway. The decorating committee consisted ptV
The half was decorated with of Mrs. Jeannie Taylor (who i
tropical plants bamboo wisteria did all the art: work). Miss Donna BRANDS
vines and hanging seagulls.!The wall Brantley. Mrs. Farelon McClellan.Mrs. '
behind the head U-shaped tables helda Si. O'Steen and Mrs. David X
mural of the ocean with sail boats Kirkland. Servers for' the occasion
drawn by Jeannie Taylor. The other were Mr. and Mrs. JT. Kirkland
end of the hall featured a waterfall abut Mrs. Bill Johnson Mr: and Mrs. Clifford -
of palmettos an airplane model Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
tropical foliage anda mural of huge Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith.
! flowers,with the word "Congratula Serving as "Hula' Qirls", serving
tions" imprinted on it. On the side punch and presenting leis to each
walls were guitars decorated with guest were the churches joybelles, ?frj& 4
hibiscus and four islands drawn and Misses Denise Waddell Jenny Ben ATE! t
inscribed with the seniors names and .nett, Teressa Bassett, Kristy Harrison a.el. IIVI li fRUtOFTt1E LOOM) /
,\. pictures. All the tables were covered Shannon and Stephanie' / rr p p \
''J with white linen cloths and green Hughes Patty Martin, April Taylor

.; linen napkins. ..and. .Shana Schmitt" .' ,. .,.
\ TlioiUshape head'"UH '.I Itwas"1centerd > f 1C<<:

: 1Ii< with: a huge sea shell hoiWnggreeaerbfrds -; ; ij ;f 'N I Ilb
,.-, of Paftl'l2illl\ > ij'$ 1 rou..MM
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ii seagulls flanked cut-out pineapples + ; ,/ 0
I i filled with fruit. Place cards of small, AetsNfM/tS
\ sea shells were used to mark the For the / 0a --
i lu>r. l
iI seating arrangement.
After a delicious ham dinner the Bride &
youth department presented a program I
honoring the seniors. BRIEFS T-aMIRTa _
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(. Each of the seniors were granted a 'GroomA Attar
fantasy of humor; had their last will FMMMpnc 83Choice 2/ J $ 477 JK77488

and testament announced.read and their future. collection of WERE1.37 BtJ si* WERE 2/1.32 S.88 fcaJUwERE 8.88 B % DISC PRICE

plans. Holbrooks'brought poems Cornewlyweds .nLkXHTHCHLOMNEW TEXACO ATP,QUARTUTANE LTOHTER8OaaranRaorTypaPautoma. MEN'S S-PACK UNDERWEAR MEN'S WESTERN JEANSShrlnkaga
I. Rev. and Mrs. E.A.
%granular oMorlna ferrnuta DlipoMbla buns Ughtara wMhM eontrollad poryaatar4 and S pockal models will fuhionk..ps
..1.1I .1I an inspiring message in song Is a awlmmlno pooh aanMary, tranamtaMon, fluids ol adfualabla,dapandabla llamas cotton Ralnforoad at aaama. pocHcata.ilppar or original Lav!'aHoWa
and using for his topic "The Future.' beautiful gift.Handbook alp te HxoontaW. s1WMy nMIW- aoua. siookmp at utia low low prlosl Ita ahapa.8,M,UXU bulton-lront fly SolkJa. 28-36
Fact or Fantasy". The pastor Rev
W.F. Montz gave the benediction.On edition,

Sunday morning, the. Sunday $5.50, CAS!>
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Two Services SundaysAt Office Shop

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Through the summer First UnitedMethodist
Church of Starke win be
.: having two worship services each STARKE
: Sunday beginning. on June Sat e a.m. CHURCH OF GODtClalrf > '

." and 11 a.m. ; 44-5445
.'" .' Dial-A-Prayer, Is In operation at .422 Ni ,
964-4712. Walter F, Mo !Z. Pastor TWIN PULL r rr
< We invite you to worship with us: I 46.41 C88 r '
WAS 18.83 % ** WAS S4.83AMPM ,?WEHE 0.67MO
.>{ Sing Program, Attended Nursery a.sro PAM CASMTTBopanauonTIlan SHEETS SAL! '
Sunday SchoolMorning'Wor.hip. ,...f"H, 10 m eafay .. + t C...tt. ..Mtn t.rp. tt..y.a.rw no-MOnpoyear/ '
I' 'At New Bethel Church'The po we.x ..=r Mlwla oettort aparkHna whb.. ,
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Simmon Sisters of Montecha. Evening Sorvlco..r.... -4> ipmWodnosday a IDEAL .'- 4'w

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I !'/ singing at the New Bethel Baptist .
I by Church on Sunday, June 9, at 3 p m, ,.
,.( .'i i Rev.A.J. Simmons,pastor Public invited -' f I1t111 Vf 111E 1.OOhi
}, : to attend '
,.. FULL, GOSPEL ,, ti 1

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Page sA TELEGRAPH June 2,IMJ; ,."
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by :k:"Sue"t"lt: ? t\ :;;1 {. Upon arrival'each 'graduate was lions: Douglas,' Pernell Prescott andStephanie son and Kelley Dyal; grade! six,Brian Cautben' and' Paul Roe, ,pins, and
phone 485-1344 .presented with a corsage or boutonniere Kindergarten, Cory Wright; First Gainey<< 'i: fy ado six Cralg"BlghamTTSrlan I Kendrick and Tina WUllngham. CtHwvjf;Hffi ,I!"certificate._ ;,,
compliments of the P.T.A. grade Shondee Lewis, winner)i Se- Keiidrlck ana Paul Student-otflcer pins were received
':M.O. Harrell Day Following the meal, everyone'enjoyed cond grade,,,Mltchel Carney; Third Roe. ,, by president, Brian ; Physical fitness achievement
"Held in' Brooker a "Brooker Bulldog, cake grade, Shawn Bass; Fourth grade, Honor students receiving/ 5x7 wood president Kelley Dyal;; secretary award went to the following: Vince
made by Mrs. Mary Ann Andrews. Christina .Bath; Fifth grade Sarah plaques were: K-Megan Pillow; 1st Angela ,Cauthen; treasurer, Don Robinson, Stevie Bailey, Josh Co
Sunday,May 22, dawn broke bright ,Dewey McKinney, principal of Douglas, winner; and Sixth grade,_ grade, Amy Crews and Shondee McDavid and Tina WUlinffham. Crawford Hollle Stafford. Sarah
arid clear for 'M.O. HarreU Day' aday Bradford Middle School at Starke, Cheryl Griffis. Lewis; 2nd grade, Stephen McLeod; Receiving representative cerUflcates Douglas, Christie Nipper"AngelaCauthen
Set aside by the Brooker BaptistChurch was guest speaker for the evening. Most Improved of the six weeks: 3rd grade Christopher Snow; 4th were: Grade 3,Stacey Wen!> Don McDavid, Kelley Dyal,
to pay homage to a member of. McKinney helped to ease the anxiety Desiree Warburton, August Jenkins grade, Ginger Adams; 5th grade, Worth and Phillip Crawford Grade 4, Johnny Prescott, Nancy Arnold,
long standing. felt by many graduates as they entera Daphne Hall,Chris Wentworth,DavidNewborn Robert Grey and 6th grade, Patricia Josh Crawford and Christina Bath; Christina Bath, Robbie Grey, Jason
Harrell, as' a youth; became a much larger school in a different Sherry, Carter, Angela Bath. Grade 5, Lucille'Foster and Sarah Smith, Ronnie Smith, Ronnie Seay,.
member of the old Bradford church community. Following McKtnney's Cauthen, Wendy Tetstone Kevin Receiving: honor pins for A-B Honor1 Douglas; Grade 8? Christie Nipper, Chris ,Thornton James Smith, Anthony -
west of town and In the early, 20s moved speech, diplomas were given to each Hamilton, and Amy Fletcher. Roll were: grade one, Jason Corblit andpajricla. Bath, Wentworth Junior Prescott
his letter to the Brooker church graduate by Principal Wayne Winners from the previous six Matt Stafford, Mandy. Canard Josh Lewis,Stephanie Gainey,'andLonnie
when the old church was disbanded. McLeod of Brooker Elementary weeks were also honored. August Jenkins Jason Dodd, Mary Newspaper staff ,receiving pins Tetstone.
As an active member,HarreU was ordained School. Guest of the students were Yearly awards were given to Dunne and Stephanie;; ; Sowells; grade were: Josh Crawford. Patricia Bath,
as a Deacon of the church in school staff parents and the /guest perfect attendance: From K-Amy two, Eric Mason Larrlsa Scott, Mitchell Brian Kendrick, Robbie Grey Kevin
September,1938, and was selected as speaker Mrs. Dewey McKinney Hallmark and Ryan Mason. Grade Gainey,and Jace Pierce; grade, Snow, Ginger Adams, Kelley Dyal Presidential awards: Angle Starl-
Chairman of Deacons at a later date. of Starke. one, Inez Fairish; grade two, Eric three Phillip Crawford and LaParish '')" and Stephanie Gainey. ln&..and Russell Thornton .__
During the Sunday morning services Brooker Elementary School held Its Mason, Bobbie Fletcher and.Justin ; grade four, Josh Crawford, Safety Patrol: Patricia Bath, cap-
conducted by Rev. Andy Moonon annual P.T.A.Awards program at the Kendrick; /grade three, Chris Snow; Christina Bath, Kevin Snow, James tain's pin; Tina Willingham, a cap- Spelling Bee Champ Troby went to
"Missions the choir sang a school last Tuesday night May 31. .grade four, Stevie Bailey and Smith and Tammy Wilkerson; grade tain's pin Lorie Callan, a Lt's pin; Robert Grey.Most Improved,K-Amy
special, "Step Ing in the Light." Student of Urn nix weeks nomina Christine Bath; grade five, Sarah, five. Stephanie Gainey, Vince Robin-. Tommy Drawdy, Sgt. pin; Angela ,Hallmark.
honoring Harrell and this was followed -
by a presentation of a plaque with
the following Inscription: In ap-
preciation to Brother M.O.Harrell for CHECK YOUR MAIL FOR OUR
your loving dedication and services to
us as Deacon and Chairman of
Deacons since September 1938,
Brooker Baptist Church."
After the evening services; the
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staff,friends and members gathered -
in the dining room of the church to at-
tend a reception honoring Harrell for Golden Ripe .
his 45 years of service. a Deacon, -
also celebrating his 80th birthday .
which was May 23. -
Using a theme of blue and white, Pride
the dining room was beautifully BANANAS
decorated with white glads, daisies
and blue carnations at points of In- _
terest, 'the refreshment table was
draped with white linen cloth **
centered with the birthday cake EJJ S..B
decorated white with blue roses and ,
"Happy 80 Birthday" Inscribed on it. .
The cake was flanked by white 2 THRU WED..JUNE 8, 1983.
candles in daisy holders accented
with crystal dishes of mints and nuts. 8
Homemade ice cream with birthday ev Law AY BONL :' BONUS BONY
cake was served to approximately 55 mica BUY
guests which Included Harrell's
daughter and family, the Charles
Perry's of Gainesville, and a niece,
Mrs. Bobby Parriah, and daughter, r .
Beth, from Lake Butler.

Work Day Held...

An associatlonal-wide work day MUSHROOMS
was conducted by the brotherhood of MELONSGAVE
the area Baptist churches when they
gathered on the associations property
north of Starke on 301 last Saturday.The .
group carried tools to help clean I EARS PER POUND PER POUNDI21II8iU
up the property for future develop-
ment. Brooker church was well

represented Around Town.at the.project.. $ 49

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Mrs. Jeanette Prescott and
daughter, Mrs. Forest Drawdy, were
In St.Augustine on business last Mon-
day.As winner of the door prize while

there Mr.,.Prescott and Mrs.received Warrerr a MUell.Ailing..fan..*n. I .. ': SAVt 1$6 ,_ 'a" -SA\1E) o. _, '... .2O. PER UB., SAVE__ 3O PER UBCOMPARE .. ..
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Salt SbrtngS last weekendS
Gladys Burton of Miami and Mr. -
and Mrs. Hivlie Winn of Tampa and ',* '* .." ....- ",,", COMPARE r
the Henry Harrell family of Starke ,I COMPARE B39EG| -* COMPARE .........

were visitors at the home of Mrs.J.C. '
Harrell last week.Graham. pad;OR BUOAA""". PORK O4ePNTAL.'r'
... ShastaSodas o I!:: 61*13a Oodles of Noodles 5f1. GreenCukes. ., 1O/1 SweetPotatoes i 1115-

Mr. and Mrs.A.W. "Bill"Blaha at- t
ALL '. 8IM res?

tended aboard the the USS annual Alabama reunion in Mobile held, Faygo Sodas ,0 0 .3189' NostJe Morsels ,M *1" VldaHa Onions 29* ayden Mangos ...,70-*

Ala. recently. Blaha, a retiree from MOUNTAIN LOOOCWaffle PANTHYrimM 1 PLY ; CELLO
the Navy, was serving aboard ship Syrup 0 0 .a 59- Bathroom Tissue i.3l2 Fresh Carrots 2.=. 39Florida Urnes 12/99
when it was commissioned.Mr. .

returned. and home Mrs.after Earnest a 3-week Hunter vaca-have AU.V Pill sbeTEeurycAKarxss .79- Finish"' _-'; .. 0 ...99-- ieH Peppers' .. ". 5189* -CalIf..1 Lemons 12199
tion of leisure travels through several
Western states with side to small P HTfW_ OOLOORSflOWNShowerrnato, U8.NO. '
trips : 8 egfmoMtno
attractions, visiting friends along the Tea Bags 0. 0 0 C 81:18 .o.P ._ 118 WhJto Potatoes 10 a. 138 Generic Peanuts :ss *1B
way and a son out in Houston, Texas, i
then on to the Grand Canyon for a ...
spectacular view of the wonders of
Mother Nature.In .
California they stopped over at
the rest stop at Oceanside (near 4t
Camp Pendleton) to observe the US
Marines during tank maneuvers.
Hunter said it was an Interesting experience -
to see large tanks running
1 the beach then all of a sudden dlsap-
i ipearlng' into a mud bole to come
i crawling out from the opposite side.. ,
Surprising what man can do with reAVU
i modern equipment and it,still' re-
_mains in operative condition.
From there the Hunters traveled onto
San Diego to attend the wedding of
?granddaughter Janet Raelish. A
I leisure trip through the San Fernando .', "'''''.110' PETRI. awv.ooGALLO i.save to"
Valley was enjoyed before leaving PAD 480a SUNSHINE 1801r BOX 3 UTER t.a thf'EF1O
'California on the return trip home.A ., WINES
planned trip to the Carlsbad Cavernsin E EftT$204 I KRISPY yQ $4.79'a.tI'OPP" I 79

Southern Arizona was cancelled arL.>r>ut>ee, ."- ."-=_.. -. r: .
:When a welcome station attendant .. .
reported cars had been pushed from _w.. .. .
MASrER.- suss eor
.the road by high winds the swvt.+.eo
day and the road had been closed for ..AJAX: i'. ALMADEN SLTTERii"
[travelers. After recuperating from DETERGENT $12233 I BLEnD.$4eaa6 $27I11OML4'9".
'the trip, the Hunters will begin planskfor : s+
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t a future venture. so4: OP. LA.aa . ., .No"-" woo o.n. I w..w.o.. '

f!1 50th Wedding Anniversary.. ,... V. '
f What better way to celebrate 50 t 1'

;own years children of married and life than grandchildren with your ,COOKWAREINFORMATIONS-. COMPARE' COMPARE ... __=\v. ,

ground you? I''' Jill NSW PMWSW I1 .....,.-. .M.\
*' This was the case of the Rev. and:' 'IS17* SZ'D '
DragonoWIne ..I is ... .1. ; "
'Mrs. H.H.. Mott FrIday May 20, as; .' : ..s..rta.w J .
;their children began gathering early SWEET FLOWERS COUPONS i'l\A\ WVNH '
; UPWRf'
,'tor a family cookout to honor their r Real Sangria .. n; 2 .
1. E :18thONLY BkwChapel.., ,:a?: 18?, ,
,$/rents on this, their day. WILL NOT gJSSUEDAFTERJ ; > *
Consuming huge amounts of lood1 "' "
t4 and anniverary cake along with all JTBie '. ( i 7 MORE E DAYS) f'tl -= ,:. $3.. "C"0"lOO"SV CKBWWr .2 3'a'
Gallo Varletala MarrisohewHaE f .
v(.; .:
trimmings was the following: Mr.of" TO ., .
y nd Mrs. Milton Mott of Jacksonville{ HOWEVER. --- "
jMr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mott and, '2 REDEEM OR PURCHASE YOUR '. 'Caiff. Ceara :L. J.3tM: 'Andre i=.n...... $3S. ?
Sherra of
daughter, Kingsley Lake, ,

Mr.' and.,J.E.Mrs.and Hal Duane Mott Mott of Clarksville,Howard,Ienn. v';- _,' COOKWARE. ,THRU, .JULY 9,.. 1 : ._,.. 'o! '''..*..,._ : /fIk. ."'. .,....,. ;. ,. ;

Author Tuwanna and Author, JrMott /
01 Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. Ken aAVl .,- ..
: .4 F 'Bi"! : I.OOcASHm.
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Jackson and daughter.Jody,and son,. : -
am of Lake City, and Anita 'PEAS ... CORtI.
Voodingtorrvof-Lake-. All the I CWBAM WTVUi CM WMCU KMMBU
jott hI ktjr2sndi} grandchildren, :BREYERS, i, SPMTE TAB MIL PIBB.'

fere present except granddaughter. ICECREAMHAlf ;t r /C MELLO,YSnLLO. FRBSCAOH ,
ffl ,, ,tbe)1) GALLON WSUBlt> FIAVOM9S @r'2-I";
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third annual Cth grade graduation ... -
a dinner Friday night May 27. at the
Turkey Creek Restaurant in Alachua. .43M1 WEST MADISON STREET ",

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". ./;. Radiator Repair Shop ''v"

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; 010'1" /<. $ ; '" T 1 k.'!*}J;! x ;; i i
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OK'd M..disonSt.
;Art Club Winners.. on r.r. 'i,
At wlners of the State Youth''Art \
''Contest, Bradford High Undents' special exception Was granted to and was formerly a gas station and : ;.:.
nadlne Grcen WllklnsondefO and their leather 'radiator'shop ,in. vacated service Sales. Rouse said he proposed to l,
a 4 7, .Mrs. Bobble Sue O'Brlin Joined lID station at 542 W. Madison Street; In Jemove the gas pumps from the pro" I' G7
other student winners and their Starke by the City Board of Adjustment petty and would'erect a fence at tho t ,,\
teachers In Sarasota recently to attend last:Thursday, May 28, rear of ,the building to screen oil J I
the anything that might be objectionable
Florida Youth. Art '
Symponlum. r' .1
; .' exception WQ opposed by Job to Harris. Rouse plans to move his '1
All winners received medallions iarris of Affordable Homes tI08 W. shop, now located at the SR-16 and
Jit specially designed for the event by .shop Madison would St..,tie who said the radiator .US-301 Intersection to the new site. I
incompatible with his
Jewlry makerDr.. Fred Met-
ftltC J< f ,building, which has professional tonmg. Robert Bryan was granted special '
"" and Harris said, represented an exception for "home occupation"' on t
Wo.ooo vestment. Harris said he Lot 3 at the KOA campground south of "
..' .. also planned construction of an addi Starke on US-301. Bryan said he planned *. \
I ,, / tional 1,500 square foot office building to operate a printing\ m. out service ( '
"f on the site.
at the location. ..

The property proposed to be.used favorable-Both exceptions M vote from received the Board of a i
By Rouse is now owned bv Jack SelfNATIONAL .Adjustment
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I I BRAND SALE! :i Thursday Cheese Distribution June 2 I

The Suwannee River' Economic '
Council, Inc. (Community Outreach "
U.S.D.A. GRADE AFRYING Center) will be distributing USDA' I
donated cheese at RJE School Gym
only. Thursday (today) June 2. starting -.
at 8:30 a.m. .
: &J cSince SREC received Only half*as'
much cheese
this month, families
from Brooker, Hampton. SpeedviUe
and Lawtey will need to come to RJE '
CHICKENSt "cpndeTWO School Gym (Starke) to. get the. :
donated' ,cheese. R.- .

PER BAG Community '

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SAVE :20 'LB P '
2.THRUWED..UNE8.. 1883. .

by Elizabeth Walker
Bonus BONUS phone 064-41683
B4Y Bonus Bonus CHURCH
Sunday.June 5,the Simmon Sisters
of Monteocha Fla will be
featured In
r PUy( BEi=JLANDl GAP concert at New Bethel Baptist

BONELESS SMOKED BONELESSEYE Church,Rev. A.J.Simmons at 3 p.m.
ORANGE Please come out and worship. in con-
DINNERHAMS cert with us.
ROUND Youth services will be observed by
JUICE the Youth Dept.of New Bethel Baptist
Church at 11 a.m. A guest speaker
'iiSf iwe OAIRY CASE
will deliver the sermon Please plan
to attend.

HALF,GALLON CTN. 3T4 5L85 A.VG. PER, POUND WHOLE 4 'TO .6 LBSfflargarineOtrs. Concerned The weekly Recreation Citizens.program., for'

all Concerned Citizens are held each

$" .79 $' 1 49 Monday, and at would 7 p.m.appreciate We need your your support at'-'.

tendance in supportive ideas to be
89' 1' 1 179$2' promoted during the summer pro-

*" gram.Gwendolyn Cuffee -

La r
SAVE90-i ,SAVE90G Receives Degrees

I .....SAVr.O o:.'V" Y5 Q G',.' ER .PE 'PERLa, I'-i Ms. Gwendolyn

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COMPARE ...I .TM: B COMPARE gyp// COMPARC._ .;-. CHlCI TH _II(( COMPARE c;=: Starke wood Cuffee is of a

graduate of the
MATviMonr -n-.v
COTT.0 .
M OR '. Ground Turkey &s. iNBAPOUTAN 6 9 Dinner FLcs' .A&:: '89swMUEffs.iMCATTscapcMCHecaa' 1978 class High of School.Ms. < :a 5 9 Smoked Sausage :a 1.s. 1 : MH-O' Cuffee received
COOKED.eneAOeo a AA degree at Santa Fe Community
PANTKY PMOB eoceo '._ '.138 On-Cor Patties :::: 813' ttallanSausage r. KSeMOKEOOH .1". Sunnyland Pr inka9b.:: : College in Gainesville and fur-

American Singles aw ., w ia QIUO. IM1LP___ercrxaesiRANdf thered her education and received her
AU.ITCMS JONea"_ OR B.S. degree in physical education
COLBY COUNTY LONOMCHM ttreMlLDaa U-S'a' Polish Sausage, .. i..1H ced Bologna ,.' *.16. with a minor in Health Education. at
.. 8148 Bethune-Cookman College.Ms.
.188 s. '
CheddarCheeso":" ;.::.- 'BUY*"! OstT1*rNCJK' o.c as v,"eucIID. "',...... ., Cuffee is presently,teaching
: cARoL* A fflOU OHSOIMNVUANOeuCCO Oak Chopped Mam.. its .24 MA4JOA ". pre-school in Volusia County.
COTTACUf Beef Bologna ., .. AS s1 *
Axelrods Cheese' a ... 188 Breakfast Bacon ., iw, 1-8 BOY-i orr-t ''''' "*"* ,. '
r N1e .uT $ Sandwich *28 Orttrprarnks ". ,. ?z *23flirrronrmnn
; : i Head
1 .28 Steaks Start Program
Land O. Lakes Aft1 Tysons Chicken a-:rte ... _...,ouoo.....___,, P-JOMT TO UMnOUNTT* .
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.-'q' r7aM s r.ot --""" n< Now RegisteringBradford

PAIN IHV PpilD"H" 'Head Start1 Program is
now accepting children aged 3,4 S
WHIPPED year.years of age for the September, 1983

0 r r BREAD For more information,call 94-8342.



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DYNAMO" ",!.,*on lAam., save',0- COLGATE. .AVR aD' SKXJOWHm MBAT' .SAVE.,.

DETERGFMTg" !,.3.840z|.'. DISPOSABLE.. .ULIGHTERS'" {-J'5EAC9t" ,. -. .CREAM SHAVE,[:gJ ,,9..1 0a.9CAN.'. ,.: : >TURKEYBREA8T:,M. F;. $1' 89..on.J

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KinGSize aiFRi.Jl': "What can I do to keep,
BREAD'3j: .StZEDORC'8VOLTS"i iD5 LIGHTERS. .99 thief from stealingmy
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,COMPARED : .. COMPARED simple suggestions which ;
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tlguous to the present described parcel contnlnlnn Nolle* I Is .hereby /given described' as fallows: along sold South westerly! follows: the
II at
Legal Notices.........., ......, corporate limits of the : 316.80 acres. .that the proposed ordinance Commence at on Intersection boundary and along the Southeast Commencing corner of the

City of Storks lying In Section 2This ordinance which appear of the Easterly arc of sold curv, 2518.74 .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT way line of Seaboard 2. Begin' at the Northwest Bradford County. 'ohalt bcr"advM- htMl batwwlIt; /__.- .boundary, af_lei NWM feat a* measured along! and above named forty 210 acres feel

Of FLORIDA, AIrline Railroad 210.23 (NW) comer of Florida described as tI.ed In Its.lIr.ty In the sldered for enactment on of SEM\ with the Southerly d chord 'having a bearing north running of begin-
to a point
feet of beginning
EIGHTH JUDICIAL to point 31 the Southwest' Quartera' follows: Bradford County the |7th day of May boundary of: the right- of. North 36 degrees; 28 Thence run West
Section nlng.
all In
CIRCUIT. IN AND the Northwest A part of Sections 31 1983. at the City Commission of-way of State.Road ocr ..mlnutas and 27 seconds ..t 210 fet thence North
TownshIp 6 South, Rongt Quarter (NWM\ ) of Section Telegraph once a week Point'of { ;
and ((100' R/W for
FOR BRADFORD 22 Eait. 32. Township 6 mooting starting ) {1 West, to a P.R.M.located 219 feef: thence East 210

COUNTY. PARCEL B: Six acres In 23. Township 6 South. Range 22 East for four consecutive at 7:00 p.m. at tine City Beginning .......run South .,,,ot tha end of sold curve; ,feel) thence South 210
(a...No. 83-418-CA Southwest corn.r of South Rang 20 East InBradford and a part of Sections Sand week. ptlosto Its enactment Hall In Starke, Florida along sold Easterly1 boundary '.,"''ihenre. "North 43 feet to the point of

FEDERAL LAND BANK of SW' bounded County 6 of Township 1 those specific end If then. adopted on 595.52 feat: thence ; and beginning being onesquare
NE% Florida th....*) run East degrees, 53 minutes .
OF COLUMBIA, West by West line of along the Forty line a South Range, 22 East, doles, olnll May fIrst reading Will bd'05tW .,".WesV.I5.0-* .t"-'. 19 second West along acre 'mor or"
Plaintiff North Bradford County, 1983. May 19. 1983, May sldered final South 7 degrees, 23
NE'/4 of SW'/ by distance of 550 feet to a lor reading aid Southwesterly
.- Slots Road S 1OO-A East stake, thence run. Florida, and being more 26, 1983 and June 2. and adoption' the 7th minutes and 14 seconds boundary 481.39 feet to less.TOGETHER WITH A

J. M. EDWARDS JR., and by", private rood, South by Southerly 750 feet to a particularly described as, 1983. The first reading of day ol Juno, 1983 at the Wast, 339 08 feet to the ma Point of Beginning 1971 Champion',,, Mobile,
BETTY L. EDWARDS hi. South line of NEW of stake, thence run Northof follows: the Ordinance shall occur "t City I'\-: Commission Northerly') boundary lot 2 This Home, 1.0. No. :
Section ordinance
wif.; and VALERIE J. :n.Town.hlp Commence Iron ... May 17, 1983 and of 0419770028. '
SW of SectIon Westerly a distance of at an ) meeting! starting at. 7:00':I" thev.rlghl-of-waf
HALL Trust. Ed-In 6 South, Range 730 1 feet to a stoke, pipe located at the foNt, the,second 'and flnol' "t p.m-al, the City ,"IUn,.'I'';. outlet food< (46'( i/W), Is Its shall M odver.tlsed In she- has been filed against',
far J.M. entirely
Bankruptcy 22 East thence run North along corner of the SEM olSW4 reading shall"occur 'on Stark.. Florida. The Ofdlnanc (said point" being 65 feetNorthwesterly Bradford you and you are required'to
wards Jr. Ca.. No. County
PARCEL C: All of Section ,sold) line of said Forty a of sold Section' 32 June 7. 1983. shall 'roacORDtNANC / as. of on Intersection serve a copy of your
79-00098 United States 36. Township 6 distance. ul 300 feet to (also being the NW corner Section 3All 'laws follows: of said Batter Telegraph once a week written defenses If any
District Court. Northern South 21 East lying ordinances rules and for ,four consecutive to It, on the plaintiffs attorney
Range the poInt of beginning of Block of Nichols ly boundary with soldNortherly
District of Florida. weeks to Its enactment and
South of Railroad containing 9.63 acres, Acres recorded regulations of the City of boundary) prior whose name
Gainesville Division and as pr plot AN 1'ORDINANCE. ''I)(. ;
; LESS AND EXCEPT Fractional more or I.... All In Bradford In Plat Book 3, Page Sto.... of general application thenc Northwesterly those specific address I is .
WM thereof lying being May 13, DUDLEY". HARDY
Florida. Its
County throughout
35 of the said
records along
Bankruptcy for Batty I. public LIMITS Of THE Northerly
South of said railroad Oft and 1983. May 1 19, 1983 May P.... .
of said County) for Point existing boundaries ,boundary, to an Intersection -
Edwards Cat No. and LESS AND EXCEPT Southeast QuarterSEVi shall CITY OF STARKE TO INCLUDE 26. 1983 and June 3, P.O.brawerl030 ,
7900097. United States that part of S'/i' of SEVi ( ) of Northwest of Beginning and ruseSouth alto corporal limits throughout CERTAIN LANDS with the Easterly 1983. The first' reading of Stark. Fl 32091
District Court Northern 88 degres. 05 .apply boundary ol the rightofway -
of the East LYING CONTIGUOUSTOTHE me ((904)) 964-5701
lying West Quarter (NWM) of Section the and Ordinance shall occur
boundaries corporate -
District of Florida minute and 24 seconds of Rood '
of Rowell. EXISTING CORPORATE County and file the original
line lake 23, Township 6 on May 17, 1983 and
Gainesville Division; PARCEL D: NM of N' South Range 20 East except West along a Westerly limits of said City LIMITS OF THE 100A (Edwards. Road) the second and final with the clerk, of tha

CONAGRA. INC.. a of NW/4, LESS AND EX. the following two prolongation of the Northerly as 'extended. by this Ordinance. CITY AND GENERALLY (formerly Slot Road reading shall occurr on abov. styled court on or

Delaware Corporation; CEPT all that part of NEM parcels boundary of sold LOCATED ALONG STATE S-100A): (hence Northeasterly June 7. 1983.Section before Juno 24, 1983:

SOUTHEASTERN of NE'/ of NW/4 lying 1. On half acre In Block 1. a distance of Section 4Until the ROAD 100 WEST; PROVIDING along last 3 All law*. .otherwise a Judgement

LABORATORIES. INC.IJOHN South and East of the Northeast corner. 21,15 feet to an Intersection CItyti Stark shall e..erdsa THAT ALL. EXISTING aforesaid Easterly' boundary ordinances,-rules and may be entered against
A. TORODE; line of with line 1000 feet Its .toning power Intersection for the .pellet
center Alligator 2. Begin at the Northwest a LAWS. OR to On regulations of the of you
ALACHUA INC.l JOE Creek; all that part of (NW) corner of Westerly of when over the territories annexed DINANCES."' ,RULES AND with the aforesaid Starka of City demanded 'In the complaint -
MCMEEKEN NW/4 of NE% lying West the Southeast Quarter measured at right anglesto by this Ordinance REGULATIONS SHALL Southarh/ boundary of application or petition.'

BASS; JEFF ALLEN'S FENCE of the center line of (SE V.) of the Northwest the Westerly boundary 'all of the valid and currant APPLY IN SAID AREAS) the right-of-way of Star throughout Its WITNESS my hand and
existing boundaries and
MARJORIEM. Alligator Creek; all that Quarter (NWM) of Sec of the R/W of State effective toning AND PROVIDING FOR Road 100; thence the seal of said Court on
COMPANY; of S'/f of NEM of regulations restrictionsand i corporal limits shall May ;20. 1983.
ROBERTS and ATLANTIC part lion 23, Township 6 Road 200 (U.S. 301)); AN IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE Southeasterly along sold also apply throughout
NW/4 lying Northerly South 20 East In heretofore
BANK OF Range thence South 33 maps Southerly boundary to
of the boundaries and corporal Sold Court
the center line Bradford adopted the Board of Clerk of
County by
JACKSONVILLE. 01 48 minutes and 44 WHEREAS. thi. the Point of Beginning.
., limits of said
Alligator Creek; all mot Florida thence East County Commissionersof Cityas BY:Marian McRo
Trustees Und.r th* Will run seconds West along sold Parcel 4-A parcel 'of
NWV. of owners of th extended this Ordinonc. As Clerk
part of SM of along the Forty line a Bradford by"", Deputy
of C.A. Roberts. Deceased NW/4! lying Northerly of line, 1001.86 feet; thence County hereinafter describedproperty land lying" partly In the .. 5264tchg616NOTICE
distance of leet
550 to a
Florida shall continue In
FLORIDA FARM SM of NE' and the N'!
: North
the center line of stake thence 88 degree, 40minute and desire to Section 4Until the
BUREAU MUTUAL INSURANCE full fore and effect of SEM! of Section
and 25 seconds 25
Creek and all have annexed City
Alligator : Southerly 750 feet to a the said land voluntarily of Stark shall exr-
COMPANY a that part of the SW of stake, thence run Northof East 1222.89 feet to the throughout Into the city the land Township 6 South Rang else Its zoning power TO REGISTER
Florida corporation; of aforesaid being onnsxed.SectIon 21 East and partly" In FICTITIOUS
HERD NW/4 lying Northerly Westerly a distance of Westerly hereinafter described; over the territories an NAME
PIONEER DAIRY the center line of boundary of the R/W of ; 5- This ordinance and Section 3O Township 6
730 feet to a stake, shall II..ed.by this Ordinance.all .
IMPROVEMENTASSOCIATION FARMERS Alligator Creek all In thence run North along Stat. Rood 200, thence become effective WHEREAS the 'City South' Rang 22 East of the valid and current Pursuant to Section

MUTUAL EXCHANGE: Section 6, Township 7 sold line of said Forty a South 33 degrees 48 Immediatelyupon Commission of the City Bradtora County. effective zonIng 865.09 Florida Statutes",

UNITED STATES OF; South Range 22 East. distance of 500 feet to minutes and 44 seconds Its enactment, and of Stark, Florida, Florida: sold parcel' being regulations, restrictionsand notice I I. hereby given

AMERICA acting PARCEL E: All that part the point of beginning West. along last Immediately' upon Its desires ta hove the more particularly heretofore that the' undersigned/

through th. DEPART of the fractional' SV4' of containing 9.63 acres, aforesaid Westerly enactment certified ,Voluntary annexation occur described as follows: adopted maps by the Board of David Benjamin Eunice,
NE' lying Northerly of more or less. All In Bradford copies hereof are to be sole owner, doing
MENT OF THE TREASURY boundary. 73.36 feet; pursuant to the provisIons Commence at the NWcorner County Commissionersof
the tine of business under the firm
INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE center County Florida. thence South 88 degrees, filed with the Clerk of of the generallaw of sold Section 30 Bradford County
Creek and East name of EUNICE ENTERPRISES
; STATE OF You are required to 40 minutes and 25 the Circuit Court for of' the Slot of and run South degree Florida shall continue 'In
of lake Rowell; NVt of P.O. Box 377.Lawtey .
serve a of Bradford and. the State of
FLORIDA DEPARTMENTOF copy your second 1222.85 17 minutes and 50
West that Section
Florida being full
fore and effect
N'% of NE'all In Section written deI_.... If Florida of Florida 32058 Intends
LABOR AND any feet the aforesaid Department seconds East: the
to Florida along
I. Township 7 South. to It on Eilon Krugman- 171.044 throughout the sold land to register said fictitious
EMPLOYMENT SECURITY. line being 1000 feet State Statutes andWHEREAS Westerly boundary
Range 21 East. : being annexed.Section name under the
DIVISION OF EMPLOY Said lands, containing Kadi.Petitioner's Esquire, Westerly of the Westerly PASSED THIS ... day of to that end thereof,.28.94 feet to the 5- This ordinance aforesaid statute,

MENT SECURITY; CUR- 402 acres, more or lets whose address attorney Is P.O.. boundary of the R/W of ,June,. 1983.CHAIRMAN. on May 3, 1983. the City Southwesterly boundaryof shall become effective Dated this 9th day of
INC. In Bradford County Box 1246. Gainesville, State Rood 200; thence Commission of sIte City lh'right-of-way of Immediatelyupon ", May. A.D.. 1983 In Bradford

Dlawar a Florida are subject to Florida 32602 on or South 33 degrees, 48 City Commissionerand of Stark. Florida Stat. Rood 100; thence Its enactment and County. Florida.

d/b/a corporation.CURTISS rights of way for public before June 24. 1983 minutes and 44 seconds : Mayor .authorized the preparation South 43 degrees, 53 Immediately upon Its 5/124tpd6l02

BREEDING SERVICES, roads and for drainage and file the original with West along said line and ATTEST: City Clerk and advertisementof minutes and 19 seconds enactment ,certified -..

W.N. AVERA; and J.I. ditch. the clerk of this Court along a Southwesterly the appropriate annexation East along said copies hereof. ore to be
CARTER. 5/26 2lchg o/02 either before service onPslttlorwr's prolongation thereof NOTE: .. advised, that ordinance. Southwesterly boundary filed with the Clerk of NOTICEOF

Defendants NOTICE TO BID attorney or 3880.00 feet to an Intersection any person who decides' NOW.' THEREFORE BE 1223.13 feet to a permanent the Circuit Court for INTENTION. ; ..'.
Immediately thereafter; with the North to appeal' any", decision IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY reference monument Bradford and the State of TO REGISTER >"

NOTICE OF SALE The City of Stark. Is otherwise, Judgement line of the South 20 feet mad* by. he City/ Commission COMMISSION OF THE (hereinafter referred Florida Department of FICTITIOUS NAME'

calling for bids on may be entered In due of the NE'4 of said Section Its Boards; CITY OF STARKE. as to as P.R.M.) for State.

Notice ll h. .by", glvn General Liability In..uranc. course upon toe petition. 6, thence South 88 Committees, Agencies, (allows: Point of Beginning. From PASSED THIS ,.. day of CHARLES Moo

that, pursuant to Final .. The bids will beop.nod DATED on May 23, degrees, 41 minutes and Authorises" ,. etc., with Section 1. Pursuant to Point of Beginning thus June, 1983. DONALD hereby give

Judgmnt ofForeclosure at 7:00 P.M. In 1983. 08 seconds West along respect to any" matter the provision of Section described run South 7 CHAIRMAN. notice that he Intends toregIster

*nt.rd In r.gular :Commission a GILBERT S. BROWN last aforesaid Northerlyline considered at such 171.044. florida Statute degrees, 27 minutes and City Commissionerand with the Clerk of

the above-stylsd actionon City Clerk of Court 1029.51 feet to a meeting lifer hearing)), the corporal limits of! 47 seconds West 122.42 Circuit Court for Brad-
will meeting on Jun. 21. BY Barbara A. Sto..... Mayor ford Florida the
May", 16. 1983 I : 'you will need a record of County
concrete monument the of Stark feat ta a P.R.M. thence
on City" ATTEST Clerk
1983. The bids will be : City
As Clerk I fictitious
..lIth. situatedIn Deputy of MAC
properly the proceedings' and name
read aloud. The the West line of said Florida are hereby extended Soulh 20 degrees It
City 5/26 6/16
Bradford County. 4tchg LEE CONSTRUCTION and
that, for such ,
Florida at described on rsrvs the right to acc NE'/4' ol Section 6; thence need purpose to Include lands minute and 59 seconds NOTE: "Be advised that to engage In business
.. NOTICE OF North 1 degree, 27 you may to ensure lying contiguous to the West, 142.23 feet to a who decides
.th. attached Schedule of "t or reject any or all that verbatim record of any person under that fictitious,
Real Property at public bid. PROPOSED ENACTMENT minutes and 29 seconds a present corporate limits PRM4 thenc South 38 .to appeal any decision name with a principal
.ol. to the highest bidder Bid'specifications may OF ORDINANCE West along said West which-proceedings record' Is mode of lbs CIty of Stark lying degrees, 48 minutes and mode ty" the City Com- place of business a,

for cash at the Main be obtained at the City 'BY CITY COMMISSION .line. 2905.1II) feet to the <' Includesn .nd : In ,.Bradford County,. 53 seconds West, 307,84 'mission, Its ? Boards. .. Rout :3.., Box.,. 2200.
door of th* Bradford CI."" '. office > 209 N.:' -.STARKE.FLORIDA ''" centerline "of" Alligator':" ? the/tl resjfmony, which1:?: mel/>..VS,9trtdefloiHe .)i.J.. ,(.. 14"'fJ ,"cr I "' .,. ,,uil.et to-o P.It.MJIhanc6i1i: SI: CammttteestyAgncl.ss.C/< 9 Stark. FJoMe ':lCI9J._' "
County Courthous In Thompson Street."s' 'ifI*** ** "*'' -''I'\t i--, : Creek tHenceVun-eiona" : .t! *, basoif/1' '",u""""OK' .:.-*,. .,,?.,.-.' ,South ;03 degreesVrJ *T!r I:;,AumorWee.;; ew.. wm"".,ayyt; NCH ALlS'!f'

Stark. Florida at 12:01: For the Stark. Notlc. I. hereby given the centerlines of appeal" 'fs.> Porcel; I- A parcel. of minute and 39 seconds respect to any" matter MacDONALDDUDLEY

P.M.. Easter Daylight Commission that the proposed ordinance Alligator Creek the 'Reference.:;, i Jecrroi land lying In .the. NWM! of Wait. 217.05 feet to a considered of such P. HARDY P.A.

Tim.. on the 14th day of Nell L. Tucker which appears following courses and Statures 26.0l0jnr. > FlorIda SWIG! of Section 29. P. R,M.; thence South 79 ,meeting (or hearing), BY; John H. Jones, Esq.

Jun., 1983. City Clerk In full below will be considered distances: North 80 ) ..,' Township 6 South Rang rgrees41 minutes and you will/ need a record of P.O. Drawer 1030

GILBERT S. BROWN 5/19 4tchg 6/09 for enactment on degrees, 21 minutes and Terence. Brown 22 East Bradford Coun :31: I seconds West 365.77 lha proceedings, and Starke. Florida 32091) .

CLERKBY the 17th day of May 22 seconds East, 206.38 CIty Attorney ty. Florida; said parcel feet to a P.R.M. locatedon that, for such purpose, ((904)) 964-5701

: B.ulahMoodv IN THE CIRCUIT 1983 at the City Commission feet; South 86 degrees. VI24fchg602IN being more particularly the aforesaid Wester. you may need to ensure Attorney for Registrant'

Deputy Clerk COURT EIGHTH OF FLORIDA JUDICIAL meeting startingat 50 minutes and 51 -,-"" "Described as follows: ly boundary ol 'Section that a verbatim record of 5/19 4tchg6l09

7.00 '..cond. East 136.14 : Commence at an Intersection also the Easterly .,h
SCHEDULEOF CIRCUIT. IN AND p.m. at the City THE CIRCUIT 3O being *proceedings/ It mode, --
PROPERTY FOR BRADFORD Hall In Storks, Florida feet; North 38 degrees. COURT OF FLORIDA of the Easterly boundary of said Section which record Includes'

COUNTY FLORIDA and If then adopted on 15 minutes and 55 EIGHTH JUDICIAL boundary of sold NWM 25; thence continuo tho testimony and NOTICE

PARCEL A: SV4 ofSW1 PROBATE DIVISIONFILE first reading will be considered seconds East 175.83 CIRCUIT. IN AND of IW'/ with the South 79 degrees, 41 evidence upon which/ the PROPOSED

!/ ; all that portion of NO. 8310CPIN for final reading feet; North 25 degrees, FOR BRADFORD Southerly boundary of minutes end 31 seconds appeal Is based. 'ENACTMENTOF' ,

th* SVi of SW/4 of SE'. and adoption on the 7th 94 minutes and 10 COUNTY. FLORIDA the right-of-way of State West, :340 feet mora or (".'.,.nc.: Section ORDINANCE

lying", West of cntr tin. RE: THE ESTATE OF day of June. 19S3. at the seconds East 197.81 PROBATE DIVISION Rood 100 ((100' R/W) for .less to the waters edgeof 26.0105. Florida BY .

of Alligator Cr..k, NWM GEORGE S. KELLY City Commission feet; North 33 degrees, FIll NO. 8310CP Point of Beginning and Crosby lake: thence 5fo rules.): HAMPTON CITY

of SW/4 and all that port Deceased. meeting starting at 7-00 27 minutes and 44 ." run South 87 degrees, 58 run In a Southerly", direction TM.'rown COUNCIL

of South 5 ocr.t of SWM p.m. at the City Hall In seconds East 1150.34 IN RE: THE ESTATE OF mlnutss and 39 seconds along said ,water City Attorney" HAMPTON. FLORIDA

of NW'/4 lying South of AMENDED Stark. Florida. The Ordinance loot; North 20 degrees GEORGES. KELLY Wst along said edge to a point on tha S/l24ichgt/02

th* Wann.. Branch of NOTICE OF ACTIONTO shall read as 07 minutes and 42 Deceased. J4JNOTICE} South.rly.boundary. Southerly boundary of NOTICE IS HEREBY

the Seaboard Alrlln follows: seconds East 511.69 ,'. 99.86 feet; thence SOUK, said NM of SEVI; thence NOTICE GIVEN that the proposed

Railroad LESS AND EXCEPT ; Hattie Mae Jenkins. ORDINANCEAN feet; North 33 degree 2 degrees, 20 minute North 88 degrees, 01 OF INTENTIONTO ordinance which

2 ocrt, nor or Alma Llnsy Guthrle: ORDINANCE EXTENDING 07 minute and 08 OF ADMINISTRATION' and 02 second lost minute and 99 second REGISTER hereinafter appear will '
I..., particularly Javan N.dd, Laurel seconds East 1006.64 East along last FICTITIOUS NAME be
THE COR- 100.0 (feet; thence North considered for enactment -
described Po.t.lI.) Altle Nedd Mit. The administration of
a* beginning 'PORATE LIMITS OF THE feet; North 32 degreee, 81 degrees minute.and aforesaid Southerly Pursuant to Section on the I 10th day of
at a concrete monument chell. Cecil E. Nedd the estate of GEORGE! S.
set at the Intersection of Walter S. Nedd. One .CITY OF STARKE TO INCLUDE 47 mInutes and 19. KELLY deceased. File 39 second East boundary. 755.6 feet 865.09 Florida Statutes, May. 1983. at'the' City

th*W..t.rly right of way Nedd Howard Nedd CERTAIN LANDS seconds East, 1000.00' No. 83-10-CP .Is pending! parallel' wltfi 'said more or less, to A P.R.M. notice I I. hereby given Council meeting starting

lin. of Stat. Rood 100-A Walter Kelly Lois Fox*, LYING CONTIGUOUS TO feet; North 31 degrees, In the Circuit Court fop Southerly boundary' .located at the SE corner that the undersigned at 7 o'clock: P.M. In the

and the Southerly rightof Islah Hamilton Emma THE EXISTING CORPORATE 36 minute and 29 Bradford 't .County 99.03 feet to' the thereof. (also being the STARKE "NURSING Hampton City' Hall.

way lln* of th* Wan- Lyons Hill, John Perry LIMITS OF THE seconds East 501.20 Florida' Probate Division aforesaid Easterly boundary SW corner of the NM of HOME INC.., 808 South Hampton Florida'.and

n.* Branch of the Jr., Richard Kelly. CITY AND GENERALLY feet; North 51 degrees. the oddres of' ;' thence North 1 SWIG of sold Section 30)); Colley Road, Slarke, Fl will bo considered for

Seaboard Airline George A. Kelly Francis LOCATED ALONG STATE 55 minutes and 36 which I I. Bradford County degree, 51 minutes and thence continue North 88 32091, sole or joint final reading and adoption .

Railroad and run thrtc Mae Guy Isiac Kelly. ROAD 200 (U.S. 301)); seconds East, 313.39 Courthouse**Drawer B. :21 .seconds East along degrees 01 minute and owners doing business on the 14th day of

In a Southerly direction Aaron Kelly Fletcher PROVIDING THAT ALL loot; thence North 80 Stark. Fl.4,32091. The ,; sold Easterly boundary 59 seconds Easf. 'along .u...... the firm name of June 1983 at th* City

along th* aforesaid Kelly Seeber Kelly EXISTING LAWS. OR degrees, 21 minutes and- name and address of the ,100.0<<1 feet to the Point of the Southerly boundaryof WHISPERING PINES CARE! Council meeting starling i

Westerly right of way Amos Kelly Margaret DINANCES. RULES AND 02 seconds East 136.24 personal 1 representative Beginning "(Bearings said NM of SW'.. CENTER. Intends to at 7 o'clock P.M.'In the

lln. of sold road 140 ft Golden Jordan Carol REGULATIONS SHALL feet to the Westerly line and of : personal' shown In this description 1953.85 feet to a ,....M. register sold fictitious' City Hall of Hampton.

to a point on ths North Postell Carl Nedd Eddie APPLY IN SAID AREAS: of the SE'. of NW/4 .o' representative's attorney ore based on the Department located on the Northwesterly name under the Florida. A copy of said

lIne of NW/4 of SW/4, Money, Eugene Nedd AND PROVIDING FOR said Section 32; thence are'Vsst forth*" of Transportation $ boundary of aforesaid Dated this statute ordinance may, be Inspected
; 24th of
which point Is 1110 feet Elizabeth Nedd Ronald below Jfc '. the right-of-way of County day
AN IMMEDIATE EFFECTIVE South 4 degrees, 41 rlghl-ol-woy map of by any memberof
May, A.D.. 1983 In Brad-
East of Northwest Nedd. Ida All Interested persons
cornrof Kelly Smyrna DATE. minutes and 19 seconds Stale Mood 100 Section Road 5-100 A; soldrightofway the public at the
NW'/4 of SWA thence Strong Lawrsnc Ira are required. file,...."". ford County* Starke, Fl.5264tch1l6116. City
WHEREAS the city is East along said Westerlyline WITHINi'TrlRES :2802O-2902.. sheet 4 of 4)). being on a Hall building or the Post
In the
continue a Southerly Jenkins, Lutlsha court
Lyon. ; 1
direction sold road the owner of the 1259 84 fee to the MONTHS--sRQM'.THS Parcel 2A parcel of curve concave to the SE Office In Hampton.
along Nswby. Florrl' '
right of way line 70.23 Slack Inn Kelly Taylor Lyons hereinafter described SW corner thereof; DATE OF tTHE f FIRST I land 'lying In the NE* of and having a radius ol .-... Florida on the days mentioned

feet to a concrete monument CTjune Kelly Matthews property and desires, to thance South 4 degrees, PUSLICATIOPI".O THIS ,51'. of Section 30 1949.86 feet; thence Northeasterly I above, or .Inler.sted -

thence continue Georgia Mae Hegglns: hove voluntarily annexed 43 mInutes and 45 NOTICE .(01) all claims' Township 6 South. Range along sold IN THE CIRCUIT parties may bepresent

along sold right of way Myrler Kelly Eialea Kelly -. Into the city the land seconds East along the against the estate and 22 East Bradford County Northwesterly boundary COURT EIGHTH' and be heard

South 6 degrees 2 Harmon Kelly, A.C. hereinafter described; Westerly line) of the ((2)) any objection by,an Florida/ ; sold parcel, and along the arc of sold ,JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, with rasped to the proposed -.

minutes and 50 seconds Klly. Dorothea Kelly: andWHEREAS NW/4 of NE'/. of SW' Interested person to being more particularly curve 415.92 feet ,a* OF FLORIDA .ordinance. Or-

West 125.43 fet to aconcret Odell. the City ABA 09 .feet to the SW whom' notlcewas mailed described as follows measured along a chord INANDPORBRADFORD dlnanc No. 83-,,

monument at AND All PARTIES Commission of the City comer thereof, thence that ,challenges the A parcel, of land being having a bearing! 'of COUNTY- An ordinance providing

the beginning of a curve HAVING OR CLAIMINGTO at Stark, Florida North 87 degrees, 30 valldlty-ef me'wlll, the 100 feet In width bounded North 41 degrees 05 CIVIL ACTION that the salariesof

said 'Curve having a HAVE ANY RIGHT TI' desires to have the minutes and 48 seconds qualifications of the personal -;.,, on the North by tha i'Southerly' minuteS and 31 second Case No. 83-177 city officers may be

radius of 440.26 feet and TLE. OR INTEREST IN THE voluntary annexation occur East along the Northerlyline representative," boundary of (" East to a P.RJn. located changed by ordinance
being concave to the PROPERTY HEREIN pursuant to the provisions of the SWIG of NE'/4 venue, or jurisdiction$ of.. ''the right-of-way of State 'at the end.of said CUlVer SHIRLEY C, OeWITT and during their term of office

Northeast, thencs In a DESCRIBED. of the general of SW/4, 670.67 fees, to the court..Al1 I ''Rood' 10 ((100'W), thence North' 47degrees. Plaintiffs- ; providing for sub. .
Southerly direction along YOU ARE NOTIFIED All CLAIMS AND' OBJECTIONS 12 minutes/ and .
law of the State of the NE corner thereof; .baund.dpnflnebostby 'vs- "- mission of the change
the arc at said curve that a Petition To Determine NOT SO FILED 51 seconds Eostj ( '
the the '
Westerly boundary to electorate '
Florida that being Sec- thence South 4 degrees. ALICE WOODS and ; providing -
along said Westerly right Benef klarles of the Will BE FOREVER BAR said
Florida of a parcel' owned by Northwesterlyboundary. required
lion 171.044. 59 mInutes and, 03seconds WARREN I SHAVER clous
Estate of '* ,
chord GEORGE .
of line a S. KELLY RED. .
way rrr .1336.68 feat
Statutes: andWHEREAS East, along tIne. f".tpubllcol'on Pin Forest limited. and ,1', and ,"< and providing. an effecthns -
distance of 84.51 ,feet to has been filed with Dai el. the ) .
< to P.N M. at the
concrete monument, the Clerk of Bradford to that and Northerly line of the otlM* Nolle recorded In O.R.. 169. a MARION I. SHAVER dot.

a said chard distance having County Circuit Court concerning on. May 3. 1983 the CityLommisan SWIG of NE% of SWIG.blue of Administration'' / Mat .P. 402 1 403 of the public beginning of a curve con-- Defendants*, 'I By: Amy Davis, City

a bearing of South 0 the followingreal or the City i /tees to,,,. Mk corner 26 1983. ViS; j ,' records ol sold County, '.,leave to-tha' West' and: ','. ,* 1:4, Clark' 1\
degrees 39 minutes and property: of Stark FlorlHn thereof thenc LOll'.fOXX ;7 bounded an the West by having radius .of, 50 NOTICE OP SUIT Otv o Homj,1 'it l
I <:s-/ ,. :4h. :Westerly? bthndary'of.aidNEIGotSE'sand 'leetthnc, Nor.thwestarfy ...PROPERTYtO .
50 seconds West t thence Those certain lots, authorised the preparation South 4 degrees. 59 / Personal, Itchg602NOTICE (
South' B6 degrees :34 blacks, pieces. or and advertisement 'minutes and 03 secondslast .epflisentatlvoLAW ," along the arc '
I land "bounded on the South by ,' j of sold curve. 84.93 feet< :;: Warren L. Shaver.;
minutes and 20 second.West parcels' of situate .lying of the appropriate annexation along tha Easterly/ OFFICES jfF <>" 'II
:Tunn lton West
i 218.28 feet to a and being 'In the ardl_. line of said SW'/i of HE'.. FILCH KIt # ..KAPI.IllIon ., olin, 108 feet SoutIer1y.5ofwn4&'iAndeufed 00 o* measured along o, ,26444. Virginia"\ ." ':OFINTENTtON
f chord, having o bearing'. t\H
monument County of Bradford and I Krugrtian-Kadll'Cr |
concrete NOW. 'THEREFORE, BE of SWM\ 930t feet to at ,110I0"01'1. *'X. REGISTER
North 6 2 State of Florida and ,4. .' ; of North.,10 degrees S3minute ',
thence deo/we IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY the Si 'corner thereof: isq. at: right, angles to, and Shaver.i TUnneitonWet. ) riCTmOUSNAMEPursuant
minutes and 90 seconds mere particularly", Attorney for Personal .'-* with she ) and 22 seconds .
COMMISSION thence South 88degreesm 26444. '
I OP THE Virginia ,
East 210 feet to I conCrete -' described as follows, to CITY OF, 05 'mInutes .Reo *ser>Mrtve i'!) s aforesaid Southerly .p"aroU. West to a P.R.M. located f fan YOU ARE HEREBY,' .
STARKE. -as : to I
monument thence. wit: P.O. Box 1246 ",M'., boundary of the rlght-of- the' aforesaid;: Secti.
follows and 24 seconds ,West I' NOTIFIED that an action '
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in. Northerly dlrsctlon Southwest Quarter Gainesville 3INItl: of State Rood 100.. i,4[Southwesterly boundary FM ,
Section 1Pursuant the Southerly )1- ,j I ",way to foreclose a mortgage': '
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to me provision Section of said SWIG of NIV.'of I an following property that the
Westerly right of way 0.NW'At) of Section 526WO2NorKi' State Road 10O saidSouthwesterly' undersigned ,
IandlylngkitfteNWV.e4. !IIi In Bradford
171.044; Florida SWIG'and clang' the <\ County,. Robert D. and
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I jaS'Moves[ >>tJtfO: : : ." Palatka: ,, Beats I hiterlachen r :; I

Good'down;; field blocking and hard the teams:' '' Lions well according to Hartley.

running by Eric Lane and Tony Davis "I was pleased that we moved ttig; '', Problems with moving the ball up ,,, ..1
contributed 'to Bradford Tornados ball so well on Palalka .and, In- the middle'was the biggest problem In.

7-0 win over Interlachcrr'last Friday' terlachen, 'we had.very few., missed, the Jamboree according to offensive
night durthg the third period of the?' .assignments. The/execution ,In the, line Coach Dick Russell "I thought It.
Palatka Spring Jamboree back Held 'was good. and I thought was good for the kids to move the ball,

The Tornadoes also looked good I...: Lane did a good Job of running hard,, against Palatka and score against In.
the second ,quarter against Palatka ,and Russell did a.. good Job. pn. his, terlachen/' says Russell.
with a 68 yard drive that penetrated to' touchdown' run," ,says liur e. We', "We will come back In the fall and
the Panther 8 yard line. I need to work this summer on the pass except the challenge! ," ended Ru aeU,. r'r

Against Interlachen Bradford also ing game, which will make us a complete \ iz:
established another drive to the eight football team." : PalatkaHighlights

yard line.Then running back Brad "Although he missed a field goal )J( ? '. _
Russell broke through the line for the was pleased with Francis' punting. -
kick! wr1r
only ,BUS touchdown. John David Rick Braswell kicked off twice in the BHS recleved the opening at,
Francis then kicked the extra point to endzone and we are going to depend 'the 24 yard line, but could not _
put the Tornadoes in front 7-0. ''on that next season." establish" a. drive and were forced to ;
"We saw some good things on film. punt. } J
"We realize were our problems are and we saw a lot of things that we are The ft yard Francis punt gave the. '' 'Y 9.i
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better now and even more Importantwe 'going to have to work on," said defen- Panthers possession at their own 48 1 .

found where our strengths are at/ sive line Coach Mike Sexton. "If they, yard line.Panther. 5 ,
commented Head BHS Football come back In August ready to play quarterback: Clifton.Reynolds I a 5. _
Coach1 David Hurse about the jamboree football,''we can get the job done. broke loose on third down _

Sexton mentioned three people that .I for 17 yards on a keeper play to put
Bradford was playing with some stood out during the jamboree. i,the ball in BHS territory at the 29 yard 611qF\ I
people out of position and some key Michael Early Jamie Whitehead and line. Two plays later Reynolds broke 3 4 ;,, _
people out with injuries. Oliver Tyson'at Tommy' Jackson "probably' played .for another 12 yards down to the ..17' Nr Y5
fullback and linebacker, Roberson position more consistently than yard line for another first down. ,, :
at tackle and noseman, and Cribbs at 'anyone else," says Sexton. With It third down and eight to go ; ,-' ; t
guard and tackle didn't play due to In- Defensive linemen that saw varsity for a touchdown Reynolds got five

juries. action for the first time were Danny, yards' on a' quarterback sneak to { ''JJ
Defensively against' Interlachenwe Manning,Craig Falstreaux, and Mike .move the ball to the three yard line. .t r t
looked good even with the young Chappefi. Next play James Wright went in for Y t kXa +

kids we have on the line," says Hurse. Defensive back Coach Mike Hartley the only Panther score of the evening.The S Ik ; : _
BHS played the jamboree with three commented that improvements are extra point kick attempt was no- ,an b r A trwNM w

ninth graders playing on the front needed in technique and that if all the, good. .
seven. players return in the fall. they can be After getting possession after the T
BHS pretty well dominated the ball corrected. kick, BHS started a drive against the f

against Interlachen- with 49 :yards "We got out of Spring practice what Panthers. r1t; 1
rushing compared to the Ram s 18. we needed. Everything is pretty well Lane broke for six yards on the first ro a aN
BHS shoved the ball an impressive 45 laid out now," says Hartley. "We've down play then another six on third
yards against Palatka while making in experience and down for BHS first down at the 3d rYMH rt 4rt
five first downs. Panthers rushed for sppeedhandbIlam looking forward to yard line. Second down Lane went r
50 yards with only three first downs. next Fall." around the right end for eight yards.

No passing yardage was made dur- Lane Rus eJr, Shoening and Davisall Davis then went up the middle for 1
ing either of the quarters by either of ,did a good job of playing their posi- four yards and another first down at
the Panther 49 yard line. Then a 15 ]
yard face mask call against the Pan- '1
thers put the ball to the 31 yard line. 3
A nine yard run by Robert Bellamy 'Breaking loose.....
along with three yarder by Lane put Running' back Eric Lane; slips through a hole createdby .Lane was the leading rusher for the Tornadoes during I
I 'n iS the ball to the eight yard line. the offensive line last Friday night against host the Jamboree and was an Important part of a successful
"'v Pl Then quarterback Robert Carver Palatka at the spring Jamboree last Friday night.. drive against the Panthers.
i i"r
ip" 4 !was Intercepted by Panther multi-
duty man Reynolds,, ended the hopes. q '
of a BHS score. '

the BHS quarter contained ran out.the Panthers until Hershey Track and Field Day Set June 20 : I

Interlachen' '
nsylvania and will probably be in the Boys and girls between the ages of
HighlightsBHS Local Hershey track and field day 1
9-14 on August 31 in the year of com-1'
got off to a good start when will be held June 20 with several prac- second week of August. petition can participate. Spikes and

Early recovered an Interlachen fumble tifedajfs scheduled: before! then. starting blocks are not permitted and s

on the second play of the game: .1 ,< n f Winners of each\ meet progress to shorts T-shirts, and shoes are the onvoty 1

t 44fJ BHS got the ball at the Ram 25 yard: 'i(<. Registration for youngsters of ages, r ,the next )levels I Participants In the required clothlnR. ,,_,.... 0 ,
"tahInterjachen.llineatDut'could not move further lntol'*ft-tfwHl beVIme 9,10,43,andl'ltronl.,..finals receive aU-expense-paid trips .T n*. -",_n+ .. rt' fffi-K..r ij,|>t ,'...
e rritory"Oifourth downA-'\t a A to* Orti'at the Starke Recreation'v :to Hershey for four days where they J
Francis made a 35 yard field goataH'tempt .>'" Within each age boys will
3A ep ftmpnt'- c visit theme park, enjoy a dance, ban- group
but missed it by about six niches Practice days are scheduled for quet, and have a chnce to meet compete with boys and girls with r
to the right. June 1517. Times have not been set celebrity athletes. girls.Printing. '
Shortly after the Rams got the ball and "Will be In a later issue of the
Bellamyrecovered the Interlachen .
fumble and the Tornadoes took over Telegraph.Age of the are 9-10
groups program
'again, this time at the Ram 30 yard year olds 11-12 and 1314. Events in

all three wil be the 100.
line.A age groups
15 yard interference call on the and 400 meter
meter 200 ,
y hf Rams put the ball to the 15 yard line. dashed; 800 ''meter run, 4X100 meter
On the first down' play .Lane went
relay, standing jump, and Softball
around right end again for eight old '
throw. In the 9-10 year age groups
On third down Russell broke
yards. the SO meter dash will be added.
through the front line with the
assistants of a Sam Tysonblock, for'
Local I. district, and state meets are
the eight yard touchdown run. The
determined state recreation
Francis kick was good and BHS had, societies and.by by. state. < The ,
the winning 7-0 lead. district, meets vary are generally held We Will Print Your Envelopes
BHS defense held Interlachen
on several week after the local meets
Going Down..... the next series and forced a punt from and the. state meets usually are held tfi3A Reg. Envelopes
the 23 yard line. BHS did move the
Running back Tony Davis Is tackled after getting good yardage In the spring .. ball even with the second team on the before the end of July. ftr
Jamboree at Palatka last Friday night. field National finals are In Hershey, Pen-; $17

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field of 15 teams at the Sunbelt Youth Stars 19-Rebel' 2
Invitational Softball. Tournament In' Stars' 7-Bucs S
Moultrie, Gal last weekend. Stars 12-Flyers 10 #1 10-24 Reg. White Woven Envelopes ,.

The Stars won six games on the against way StanMaverick.'. 19, .'.. a \ \ a
to the championship game
winners, of the tournament. '" Stars scored a total of 90 runs compared -. $19.95

Mavericks from Tlfton,. Ga.. to 63 points against them. : per 1,000
Stars lost the championship game' '. .. .
other loss for the Stars was q
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Puce I%.\ TKl.KUItAI'll: June: 1983:

L ,,1 Twins, Tigers Battle, For; Championship,. .. I ITwins

,;' '0 '75. ,
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and Tigers were set to battle week's Issue. I '
It out Wednesday night for the championship bl., and William twin | ", |IO 400 '13
iim a h of the Dixie Youth Minor ,SUMMARIES Phlllle 1 tit 000 S
League, but the results were to late Twin .leading. hltteniCrowford l-lor-3.

for the June 2 Issue of the Telegraph. TI.... Ml Francis ].'or-3 Elder Mor-2.
t Tuesday night the ... Phlllle .leading. hrtteniB. Merei l-for-2.
Tigers rolled 17-5 Indium MO l-for-3 wl'h.a Irt-
L. Olive l-for-2 with a triple, D. William
over the Indians in the ? /
,, mss, one game play. ," !
off. The Suns drew a by which put '1. ': t "'h.. YI I + 1f' l-for-2.. d
them playing the winner of the. Tiger leading hntoraiFroncli ( May' 2* I.' I '
Tigers-Indian game. with a double' ; Jackson 2-lor-4 wltho"I Rangers 100 *S4 26
LL Last Friday, May 26 the Indians doubles, McElroy 2-lor-3 with a 108 SOS U .eel Ml 001 11
beat the Tigers 17-10 In a regular Sheffield l-for-4. I i' 391 .023 13 Rangers leading hltteniD. 'pr..It.
season game. The Indians racked up 9 Indian. .leading hrrrerntComboll. *. McDavId 2-for-3 with ahome run and double M.
runs In the third Inning to take the ."- with doubla Shulard' 3-for-3 with two home run and a,
lead arid held on to it for the remainder Friday, May 37, '. ...-. with a home Ingle, J, Filcher' ,-/.....3 with 6 home run-
of the game. and double A. O'Neal 4-far-4 with a

Tigers held the Indians to a one hitter Indlani GOt Normon 4-lor-5. home run' and double, 1. Aliton J-for-3,
a single In W. White with two .horn run.
S Sr the second Inning. Tiger U l' Xfor-4 with a trl.
Results of the championship between Indians leading hHteraiPrevatt run, K. Wise 3-fo,-' R.d' leading hltteniKt Snow. 2-for-4
'iIl the Tigers and Twins will be In next. Taylor l-for-4. Goddownl'I.o..3 with a home run and double.


Il Wishbone Beats First Place Merchants 52Second I

place Wishbones beat first 2-2-lor-3.: Roch 3-lor-3 with a triple and double, place Merchants 5-2 Tuesday night to Pioneer leading hltterii Man ... 31* sOodoom '
i ease a game closer to the first place toodlnt hmonU.;Johnwn t:tor../..C Maul,..
spot.Now Friday,May 27Wlihbanea Thursday, May 2'Olmplans .."..-I with. homo run and dooklaVM .
the Wishbones and Action'are ......... kmarXM. Oray 1-tar-S with I aovbto.,
tied In second place with 5-1 records 0 4 940 23 Ml 121 IWlihbene
while the Merchants still hold on to Smoker 001 100 1 101 101 4

first place In the standings 6-3. Wishbones leading hltteraiA. Wood Olympians leading hi......I. Davit PtdayMaps7ate.
Olympians take fourth place with an l-lor-3 R. Starling 3-far-4 with a triple, S. '1-lor-4 with a double, Mcloud l-for-4,
even 4-4 record and Brooker and Green 3-lor-4 with two doublet, C. Crlbb MeRoe 2.for.3.Olmpl.nl ., Wt ese II'
Pioneers are even at ..for." with a home run.' triple and double leading; hltteraiStarllng ''.' Ml WO ''I
17..ft, M. Rourka 2-for-3. M. jenkln l-for-3. 2-lor-4 with two doubles Groan 2-for-4 L.dMS bNteWipam 1.far t; AIorIdgaf.f0r4
McClellan Z-lor-3 with a home run, Adam. With a double, Crlbtw 2-for-3 with a doubla. ) with daubl. audiwallor.>.ror.3. lira. I.(of..
SUMMARIES J 2-lor-3 with a triple. -..;Honay 1.1...7.. ,
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Runner and Coach..... Tuesday,May 31 Tuoiao..Ma.31OoM ble.MtN..

ItllS truvksler: Pam flawing glands with her Coach George Loper after the Sraoker leading hrrremlewl 1-lor-3S." ill (13 a t* .
riililen Stale Invitational track meet last weekend. Wishbones 220 Ml I Douglas I-for-3. ', orookor M* 111. 3 Its 413 I?
Hawkins was a triple winner at regional competition and place third In the Merchant 001 100 2 O.Id ..... hNlenPoewt.at weans twa 0.44 til 30* 7
141)) yard lush at state.Hawkins. Wishbones leading hlttemA. Wood Merchant 070 602 IS doub..... 5. Humor "'- with a doubla J. McNoll'
Mor-3, S'alInlll'or." with double M. Pioneer 000 000 0 lor-S with and And,.. A.otdmon ---I.e-I.o.." lforj.3mllh .
a Irlpla "dada M. 3-ror-S t.for-J.H......3.ard withs triple.....,*Star4wlttl
Jenkins l-lor-3 with a double. Merchont 'leading hlrleniWood' 2-lor-4 l-lar-3. .
.Frtpla and doubl.' Motion t lor-4 wlrk .dauMo.Oaid .
Merchant 'leading hlttemH.' Wood with a triple, B. Green 2-lar-4 with a double roakor bjodln* _.C.Thornton 3.for-4, .. Nlopor .........bHMfoiromarloau 1." .. doubl..
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Places ThirdAt 2-lor3 with a double, B. Green S. Jones1forI. Traylor 2-for-3 with a double, 3.tor-J.K.Opal....... 3. _. II.soar I.ror-J.5.Kon- .OM t-a.5 with dou....McNoll t. -.wlttl.doubl..
R. Wheeler Mor-2 J. Carver William 3-for-3 with three double, A .edt l.ror-S, O.Wllkanon t.....-.. T. Hamilton ltorl.Oratoooprlo Col.-r.on" i.for-3 with a douMa.

Golden South MeetPremier New River Baptist Takes Presbyterian Tuesday I

Bradford runner Pam was off her best time at the state
Hawkins placed third at 57.6 In the40yard meet, says Coach Loper. New River Baptist and Pint *.rin. loadlna' rntonii3app I.for.3 with a doublo. ) Ml Mi 34 First MMlMdbl ,IM 4N M
dash among some tough Sophomore Tony Jones, a memberof Presbyterian battled it out Tuesday Stows 4.,lor.4 with o doublo. Hartloy with a homo ..._ lea OH I Jr.Star* IM Mt e I
competition in the Golden Southd Invitational the BHS record-setting 880 relay night with New River taking the game. run. Tanner 2.'....with homo,run lowM 3-for wllh Ones .loadln* MtramWonon with a ........ ran I.oono MMkodM. toldlug hrtunttlwrMi.-..
Classic in Orlando last team, made the finals In the 220-yard- LY"lf.New a double and homo run. U.Mn I.tor-I with a doublo a-...... C. Johnion StarS with Iwo doublol. bvait.rar-3. *
Saturday. dash, and placed 7th at 22.6. It was not River took the game dispite Air' Pork .loodlii* hMowNugon!, Olbba, and ....... Chub John whit a homo run and ',.,Okandlo Man laadbt*bHtoniM. Choppoll; .,J.tor-3.
Some 4,000 top athletes from allover Jones' best time, but was respectablefor good hitting on the Presbyterian llorIMn.loylabo. 34ar4.Rdwad.. ,
the U.S. plus Jamaica and the a sophomore. Jones did not make team. Bruce Jackson hit 3-for-4 with a ...... bmomSpoll.J-for-3 with* _.. Pa.bptwrwi 31 34* I* .
Bahamas. the finals In 100 yard dash. triple home run and single. *.H. 313 Ollhoory J- -.. rittpalrkh ,.....3.stark. ... 1'1 m aPw.kMa.ta..mdseg
'There were some incredible performances Eric Lane was 5th in a hot heat of Presbyterian Jumped in front 2-1 in I.1_" M.* 11 SKm ._ diion X.Ior4 with adoublo
," says Tornado Track the 220. Lane ran 22.8, and the first the first inning but New River rackedup .iloy. lie r.di.1 MnomOamo 1 l-for.3. Toilon ..... 371 34 3f Crown J-lor.4 with thro. doubU. radg.itJtor4
Coach George Loper. The shot was four runners in Lane's heat went to 9 runs in the second Inning to take 1.for.3 with a doubla. Nodes tar-3.. Jr.Iron .,. 33 wfrh doublo.M. .
thrown 71' 19 3/4"by a 16-yr.-old from the finals. and keep the lead. Stan ludlnj kHtonttoooi 44or.* with I HtrU,, tdwardl loading bmamNogOTt 1-'...... OMbooVI .
ouisana, the discus 187 ft., a The runners will take a break now HonhtMa. *M sea 17 DowlH, 3-fcK-l. Wboolor........,Croob. <.......WarrMJunior I.far-3 with a doubla.Smyrna .
youngster 16-9'i, two before starting training for the Sun- -I ..t Jr...,. e.e N. S 5.1..5 with a -.....51st.sad.tea I
guys; high jumped over 7 feet, and shine State Games elimination seriesIn _.... !bile! .......J. onnott 3-....-. with .. .. nrdoniChoppoll 3.tarS with doublo.H.rth.1. "taatlM 43S 000 13
four kids ran 4:10: or under in the mile June and early July. The finals are Tuo.-'.Mav s1 ". :4... shows ran,O.Thlgpon with homo runt, I, Tha Air Pork OM 0110 5 !
with 4:08 the winning time the last week in July In Orlando. 3.lor-3 with a .homo run. .. Thompson and. J. Caw .. sal (IM) 31AbVark Smyrna .loading, "'..... iiirli....... nlm .......,

Another age group aeries this sum- N..51w. /raJ"'J'\ ", wi 4*""'" .7.ter.a. .I# .,:.. p. ,.1 ,,1n "I'it 6' .5. ..* ....... i 11 SIC I I,OllpM' 4-lor wild two doubta. 3raugtiMn 1.for-4
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Miss Hawkins" 57.6 was 8/loth of a mer will be the Junior Olympics 155 t.".ortwurl p. t4..Ikad. ...... hIwstt' wtas"...., willi,. I'.gllnuw IMt agj lilHorHI.. toigim., satyr
second off her best time of 58.8 which operated by The Athletic Congress, Wow Rita loodln* btttorM.1. OrrHI t.*orArMM*; ', miiri4iy.Moy 4..o>... Mom Mor-4 with hw ham.runi '3tarNowlbor-4.NMNM.i1M. ', v : .
would have won the quarter. The winning the governing body for track In the Clollon with a hem run. J. Andorcon 3'lar.4, ft Orltfl/' sonnets*>for 3 with two homo ...... ,""- '** V Y
time was 56.9 by the Georgia U.S. Finals in the Junior Olympia will J-lor.3 I" / Now ...."$.I ,M* 14NrMMorlwdlH AW .Pak .loadln* hMamNugont I....- Owner 4W III 1 '
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state champion. Hawkins was righton be in August In Durham, N.C. 1 for-3, Olbbi 3... 11 IMorMiildi
the heels of the second place Some three dozen runners will be t..... ,.....3. .. johnion aI,,!-'. W.eI..for 3 \t, "'wllh,1..aaiiolt 3.AmoktondA.Woddoll '' .. ;SUMMARIES loodlii bMoniProvoH J-locJ.' Pavlk i
finisher who turned in a 57.5. involved in the summer activity in the "I 3....-.. _.u hod two ooubloo.MothodM l. 1or4.. THompMn 1.far-f *. aonnaH 1.""".- .
It was not unexpected that Pam various age levels, says Coach Loper. HrMioptiat. MI see ,14AlrPor. loadm* MnamK. M"IorI.-3 "'th. M. ..',..,"i ;/. h.redsy.M.y is Mow ttror le.Sal __I.. and tutlon 1 tar-4,
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nIt !' r. P.G.'s'handed the Starettes Normans 000 30 4 tRowdln ..I....,. ,...
L< an em* top liMforuOlarta Iwo. t -.. Halllng' >_i iatar3.
Ai .. '.' t1 j rI harassing 57-0 loss Tuesday night to. itt 00 9 Him. M... MnoroillMryl Jockwn wild davolo. .
help them retain the lead in the Norman loading. nltrarrfthoryl t.ror-4, lay with e salt lorao and Robin Mbar ttor.1.Oanlon .
lit t1f. women's Softball lead. dwbl. .
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\\It. .: l-- : ': ] Earlier In the week Norman beat 404. On .11 Nawt.m .... wo en I' 30ooo
I '" .. 1W" } the Rowdies 6-3 to hold on to second J ....._ (MM 5P.dw.le '_1.. 302 001 3Dnmlon 5 swat,.. on o SName
-, I' -' place. Also during the week Pizza Hut f N.. M 1 4 ..... ItHte. ..,_tp sae... a'S. P.lep
.1 beat Perfect 10 84. Plea. HM (wdsns ttHMwIvam, t.roM with a frlplo.Stovont Tt./tih",'....
..tIUII 3.far>4 with, o ........ Brown with a doublo.DoWln loodln* h...Mn.Korky Morrow 3.for*. MoryWl '
'f t.ler3.orfott l.m ........ ,..... .Mron. .. -. with 4 doubt, Cib.NM Sri 4t* MM
'I ., 1*looolni hmoniMannlngj' I......3. I.J. Hudion Hor-4 with two_... _II *M *
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,,' ; : \ Kay ".11'....-.with a doublo. ,Myra Cummlna.. .3....... .Iio4lnt MManiDaltv Marrow Hor. Warn f... badht*hMerwiagmwt o...... and Hamm
Th..d.....,21 4 Phyllis., CuHU i.,lor.4 :with, e doublo" Votarlo Homo Ola MIdd..........-.. Jay say and Tom.Mla*- -.. with' a doublo.bh .

..".... ,.. -! Giants Remain in", Undefeated' in::Dixie Youth ,' Maior League I ,

Giants are still undefeated in Dixie! ,:,(( 'Tottdoy.rn.T3l; !TC'r. ,. MoM 1,15155 ,.
Turning it on..... Youth major league play after! ,' Dtdjin'Uoalin MrMniJ.Johntan- I. -.,C Molllm
Pam Hawkins give all she's got at tile Golden Slate Invitational Classic beating Brooker 11-1. last Thursday!t: 1 .w f'; 31* Ua 13roofcor' 1 lor-3 with a homo run and doubloMoH II '413 ItO.la
rack meet in Orlando last weekend. night. i M* I H 2Gold > -. MtioniM, Oray t-far.3 wllh.double. ell 3a* 7
C. Mullins hit a home run and d lotdln. h0 a.Pwt&.ou 1.for-3 wilds.. teas:/
ble to help the Dodger beat the Meta ._.....g Hunter. 3.tarl with doubl.. I. A.Nal4tar5 .: .....,.Map 31
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second place in the league. s.rdma' 1-Bard. }I": arms 116 ads II
TiedD&J ,4, with. Irlolo and doubl ...... ..........
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Country Boys Lockeroom Mets and Braves are tied up with'j,4 lu.k.r-._. Thornton i.........HlpporMor3. .' s.ier III-I with
five wins each and Lawtey Gold isj i ; K.Dyol lor-4...torn* ft tooy I.hr-3,3.nom.; ot..u' ladlee _w_ ,..eAkIkIgo

Country Boys and Lockeroom Raiders took a 4-0 jump In the first tied with Brooker for fifth place ',;I, Mid. i for-J. D%. Wllkoroon- -., T. Homlllon I. -1..' t.ror.3 with 0 doubl. Budiwallar J.farVo I.tar.2, add loidlu*b Wr.._ ....._._,
Athletics are tied up for the lead in inning then in the second inning three wins. Lawtey Blue has one : Had..... H.p 1.M.S.Swab. Kaul-farJ with adaublo.MaftMIS-tar-SwIrhadavblav
mens open Softball play after a weekof Lawtey jumped in front by one point this season. >t' Pod..r.' .. '3H no 14'Sports. .. bo**** llHtariiltorMnon, ttorwMl. .dot* .,',C.limon l-tor-J with a doubt,.
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Lockeroom is holding an 8-2 record 54.The game stayed pretty even until i. .
and D&J Is a loss behind at 8-3. the last two Innings when the Raiders '...._-".... ..... .. .......
Last Wednesday night Lockeroombeat scored 4 in the sixth and 4 In the .. -- .. .- -

Olins Mobile Homes and the seventh to get the seven point edge.ce '' ,. ,; .rief_ I
S&W Raiders beat D&J. 2-for-3. n',' ,'I', ,?. ",' ,. '
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Olins and the Raiders are tied for Rald.n .leading kltteniR.'Corbln: 3-lor-5 t I'1L''" t
third with 4-6 records while '1 ,, I .' ,
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t takes up the rear with a 2-8 record. Fred Wheeler 4-for-S with a .double P. Starettes Roughed r hits to push a run across, said Coach The- teams are .made up ol"ci.15 t" .' Mike Chappcll helped the Jr; Stan
Last Thursday night the Raiders ,Wheeler 3-for-S upl Loretta Marrhant Hitters for the year old girls ., ,.".,,,,.,I < -win 5-1 with his batting average of
edged 18-11 over Lawtey. Consistant Twin. (leading MtteriiM. William In Moultrie Starettes were Stacey Reddish, Marla ." '571. Lamar Crews and Doug Ashley
hitting throughout the roster boosted 3.lor-5 with a home run J. Sullivan 3-for-S The Starke Starettes found r( Reddish," ,*Etefanie. Cubbedge, and' .<' batted .400 during the game and John

th> Raiders to the lead.Seminole with a double.' ing tough in an 11-team slow-pitchy i.*',Tara, Marchant., ,Jr.. Stan Drop:Two HighfieM averaged .375.

M tournament ,In Moultrie, Ga. last'

r weekend. "f:I. ''Starke' Jr. .5ta..Iost two games .
I Fans Organize *: 12 Teams Expectedv. while ,winning 'one at the Sunbelt '
to They local girls lost 6-4 to the Tifton', For Starettes Youth Invitational Softball Tournament .Summer Program I
Patriots, last year's national cha -+:v.- Tourney in Moultrie GA. last weekend. "
r''" All persons Interested In organizing do not have to be alumnus of FSU pion, in the first game. Tifton scored i;'' slow-pitch Softball tournament Is In the first game the Stars lost toMouJU. a To Begin June y
r a local club of Florida State Seminole just a supporter. Anyone In the Brad- all six of It runs In the first inning and ? set In Starke this weekend by the .'. North West Players 17-4. ,15
Boosters are encouraged to- attend a ford, Union and Clay County areas the Starke girls just couldn't: muster,.Starke ,(Burette* starting at 7 p.m. The Jr Stars played the Night Hawksof '
meeting Thursday, June 2, at 7:30: are welcome to attend, according to enough hits to catch up. Cindy t J tf r: Friday June I, with three games. Moultri and narrowly lost 74. ,Starke Recrsation Department will ., ,
p.m.. *. liner. Parado's 3-forhitting performance,?>, The tourney will run June 3,4,5 at start it's summer program.,,Wednesday -
; The meeting will be held In the back Seminole Boosters I Is a private led the Starettes with Beth the Edwards!: Road field, not Pratt Hawks and Star were tied up Win June IS "
'. of the Western Steer Steakhouse In organization, affiliated with FSUwhich Stefsnie Cubbedge. and Tannjer L,Street Playground as advance tickets. the bottom of the seventh inning and i Registration with be June HO and
I-t Starke. If plans are to eat you shouldbe serves to enhance athleticsod chant chipping in. lAtedoj '. the Hawks with two outs. ,Then the' ,.13-14 at Pratt"Street: Center from 9a.nu .,
earlier for the meeting. 1982 FSU academics at Florida State: Anyone Teams expected Include Jacksqiv Hawks/ scored on a n Infield horn* run,. to5 p.m..
t 4 ,football highlights will also be shown. Interested in becoming a booster but The Brats from Georgia beat th*':; ,Camilla, Ga., ,Tallahassee; to win the game 76. petails of the programs will be
Organizer Bob Milner asks those cannot attend the meeting should call Starettes 2-1 in a game tied 1-1 for Local teams in the tourney wW be The third game for the Jr. Stars ,handed out at registration. Children
I 'who will to show spirit by wearing Bob Milner at 964-6904, after 5:30 seven innings. The Starettes outhit Reno Recreation, $Lawley, and ,the \Was Againstth Classics from Berlin: ages 7-14 can come Monday through
i casual Seminole aU reo Members 'p.m. the Bratz 9 to 4, but couldn't bunch the tgtarettes. Ga,. Friday from 9 uu'i\' p.m.. '

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I Ashton and Margo Prescott, owners of the local Grass- Heights Airport. Originally seen most often In the west Filming a commercial about ultralight aircraft at the flying plans are: Margo and Ashton Prescott, helicopter
Strip Ultralight Inc. distributorship, prepare their craft ultra-lights are steadily growing In popularity In Florida. Keystone Heights Airport 'Involving aerial photography pilot William Smith, Chief Photographer Dave DePhllllps. I
.for the filming of a television commercial at the Keystone from a helicopter can be'a complicated affair which Channel 12 Weathercaster and Production Chief Mel
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they decided to do It first class pay for a top-notch film
r Making a one and a half minute television commercialmay crew and show it all over the country. Its exciting becausewe
: seem to be simple, when you have a studio to work had no idea that our original plan would progress as
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,I. capable of skimming-the treetops, however, the whole Jacksonville-based television station was Dave
I J process tu1'n\Ilnto\ a complicated affair involving chase DePhillips, Chief Photographer for Channel 12,who arriv-
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Ashton and Margo Prescott of Lawtey found out all they $150,000 Hughes helicopter.

: i it.- ,: ":Wanted to know and more about filming a-television com-., Commercial pilot William'Sryjith was at his /side! ,In the ,
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of a local distributorship for Grass-Strip Ultralights Inc., most difficult flying missions of the day maintaining a
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building lightweight aircraft, really kind of a powered mini-cam from while at the same time chasing, looping ,
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day morning. at 9:30 *.m, at Sf,'Edwards. .. Cotholl Church. Colt. Peggy, Register, .t 7:30 pot Of the t\HHS\ Slodl_. .IfflM" '*jJWT will b.gln tonight with a ,....,_ o( "iullihot CrummoncT which will =
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Educotlon. Well IH'Ggfom'Ollnay 1'Y14t action ._''nlll. will' be hold Tu..day'a from 1-' !J.m, for the Unlvortlty' .f Florida' Thwrtr. O.portdaaM.. hoe announced its I'Jlh: Annual children. Call 1-49J-2738 for further .tnlorrnatlooi ", 1'I" :
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I ..., ., eHeights; artist begins new. class in adult potteryTlmeConsum ki ) I

''t .t t_'H Wharton teaching says of her work, "and I use procion
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... University
...... ,"f. ....."'... ".. LKM. Staff WriterAn assistantship Florida In 1978 at and was their visiting dyes
direct dyd which
She uses a : utilizesa
I", adult class Is ceramics Instructor In' 198182. She
pottery being offered and dip method and then
., .'r. through the Clay County Com- has also taught ceramics at Santa Fe' "canning"paint on methohd which she a
munity Education program and will Community College In Gainesville.
described being spread like
be free to senior citizens, Since she and her husband John markers. you
Classes will be held at the Keystone purchased a home in Keystone In' would use magic
dries Joanie
r' Heights High School and registration 1981, much of Joanie's time has been After the paint, adds; then
her fabric ceramic
her house and quilts
begins June 6 and runs through June devoted to fixing up her abstract design.'
16 for classes that begin July 12. working on her own art projects. peiceS td
But Fun... r. Joanie Hendrix, a talented artist of Joanie does both, functional She has shown htt-'worlt at the
14 of Florida at the
Joanie Hendrix spend many hours functional pottery, ceramics and of work(straight pottery 'and vessels) University Center In Gainesville.
completing her fabric wall hanging abstract fabric works will be the Instructor and duals a lot .in abstract fabric and Thomas Possibly Joanie will be an 'exhibitor

designs by had sewing and quilting : clay sculptures.Through during the annual Festival
with fabric and this year
shown Hopefully, classes will be offered dealing
them. The talented artist ASrts and
Lakes Crafts Show
twice week," Hendrix, clay works, Joanie has developed the of the ,
many of her works at the University a says explaining which has been set this
that in order to receive for use of many colors year on
of Florida, where she holds a Masters funding 3.
Degree. two classes a week, she must have "I use all natural fibres, Joanle September
five senior citizens in each class.
"Classes will be limited to 12 people

'L personal," Hendrix attention.added","in order, to, give HEAT PUMP BONUSSPECIAL

Classes will be held on Tuesdays
't and Thursdays, a morning class and
1 an evening class
""," To register: call the county office,
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.s 1/ 1 I :1, Hendrix, a relative newcomer to
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.... 'yO .. .1.. "I think it is good to start With the
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degree in Art Education and a
Masters of Fine Arts Degree In
WyrrpMiL ceramics from the University of
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She has taught several adult classesIn
the area and has taught ceramicsat
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Mary' W. Crosby grandchildren and two .great-great Born and raised In Bradford: Coun4' Church with the Rev. Lester Austin,- dy Greenly of Starke; two daughters, Ruby M. Strickland
*W .?tofiS grandchildren. ty Mr. Wilkerson was retired fromthe / officiating. Burial will be In Long Tina Marie Cherry and Claudine Mrs.
2V Nursing Ruby Mae Strickland, 76, or
Graveside were
I funeral services Branch
Department of Corrections as a. Cemetery with Archie
Home In Tanner Leigh Greenly, both of Lawtey; one Starke died
Daphne, Ala. held Wednesday, May 25 at
at 12:30 p.m. Monday May 30 corrections1 officer afte 28 Funeral Home of
Starke Greenly
A years of In charge of son, Theadore Franklin of Alachua General
I J retired druggist for many years. with Father Finlay and Rev. Donal service and member of arrangements Hoafit.l In
M... Crosby If Willis was a the, Hunter Field, Savannah Ga.; one Gainesville following a .
daughter, Mrs. fcy one officiating. Burial was in Calvary Baptist Church. -a i sister, Mrs. Jean Ann Johnson of Born and raised in Bradford Coun-
I Juanita Belote of Kingsley Lake Cemetery with Archie Survivors include his Mrs.. Gerald Al;
,. wife Greenly i Albuquerque, New Mexico and one' ty, Mrs. Strickland the
Keystone was widow of
Heights. Mrs. Crosby was a Tanner Funeral Home of Starke In Mary Lynn Wilkerson one daughter,: Gerald Arthur Richard
member of the ;' Greenly, 45, of brother, Greenly of Berry, the late John Strickland, And
.. Foley, Ala.Funer.l Church of Christ of charge of arrangements. Terry Strickland of Starke; four Lawtey, died Wednesday, May 25, at .Ky. daughter of Arthur and Hillard
sisters,Mrs. Geneva Baxley or Green- Bradford Hospital, Inc. following an Funeral services were held at' 12 Bethany Cain Broughton, former
services were held Tues- Bryant Wilkerson .Cove Springs Mr Corine Dickinson extended illness. noon Tuesday May 31, at the Chapel residents of
day, May 31, at 2 p.m. at Bay View Bryant Kyle"Bunk" Wilkerson, S3, of Jacksonville, Mrs. Mamie Barrett Born In Plttsburg, Pa., Mr.Greenly NAS Cecil Field, Jacksonville, with Mrs.pioneer Strickland was Bradford a member County.of the
I. chapel Foley with Rev. Earl Godwin of Lawtey died Monday May 30. at 'and Mrs. Thelma Cornwell, both of was retired from the U.S. Navy and Father Madden officiating. Burial First Christian Church of Starke. .
I"( .' officiating. Burial was in Pine the Veteran's Admil1iatr.t1oo Lawtey. was a member, of 'St. Edward's was in Crosby Lake Cemetery with
,, I, .'. Rest Cemetery in Foley with Bay Hospital In Gainesville following. .. ,an Funeral services will be held Thurs Catholic Church of Starke. Archie Tanner Funeral Home of See... Obituaries.
Funeral Home of Foley in extended illness. day; June 2, at the Highland Baptist Survivors include his wife Mrs. Or- Starke in charge of arrangements. ..
charge of
arrangements. Page 7
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#:)' ,;. Calvin D. Williams -
t 1':4: :;" : Calvin Del Williams, 74, of In-
I. t terlachen died Sunday May 29 In Items Available at TG&Y Family Centers Only through Jung 5
&:' Putnam, Community Hospital followfng '
.;:_*': a long illness.
_" "R;/ Born in Chula Ga., Mr. Williams '!v a
1.-' moved ''to Interlachen over eight Lg
-4{0-; years ago from Jacksonville. He was
4V\ retired crane operator from St.
-;. Regis Paper Co; in Jacksonville and
:, was a member of the Interlachen ? wer
,' >; First Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife Mrs.
Frances M. Hemingway Williams of
Interlachen; four daughters, Mrs.
Marlene Camper-Francisco of Atlantic Y e
'. Bench Mrs. Ruby V_ Aleva of t ASa betteraao. !
'Dover, Mrs. Mary K. Williams of
Blackshear Ga.. Mrs. Martha J.
f ..Southwell;Jacksonville; three sons
i John F.. Williams of Atlanta, Ga.
t tJack A. Williams of Dalton Ga., andi
: -i i Ted M. Williams of HiUiard: three ; F('iy'ii't' House Paint
-v_ sisters, Mrs. Otha ,W, Bushes of
:;, v Ocala, Mrs: Ruby E. Carver of "" Save ZOO
-s .Douglas Ga. and Mrs. Doris O. Ruttl! internWyUr's /
'f -ol Atlanta, Ga; one brother, Clifford
S. Williams of Augusta. Ga. sevengrandchildren
'. and three great grand- C) nl i t'.a't Wall Pair.t
>\'children. .
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DeWitt C. Jones Chapel of Keystone ., ) 5 For durable, one coat coverage In -ycur
Heights with Rev. Alfred L. Grant of- Drink Mix Lemonade. Fruit Punch, choice of white or popular colors. Keg. 10.96
ficlating. Burial
was in Crosby Lake '" -
.?-. Cemetery in Starke under the direction or Cherry. 24 ox. to make 8 quartil. '.[ ><"r D) ,i. gol.

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James H.McClane ; decorator colors or white. Reg. 6.96 gal. .
James -5tii ,;1'I": .
Huston McClane. 69, of .- u-a ; ,> ; nm, '
1 Starke, died Friday, May 1:110 Ocala ... ,1.,!, ., > 4,1 .
National Forest following a sudden il ,. "
lness. .
Born in San Francisco: Calif., Mr. ,
McClane moved to Starke nine :years .,, l-
ago from Green Bay, Wis. Mr. Mc .
Clane was a retired of Hercules
employee -
Inc. in Green Bay; was a U.S. : 4r : Spring &
r, Army veteran of World War H; was a "A : ) ; < '" c .
member of Two Buck Hunting Club '
"'. andthe First Baptist Church of Summer
Starke. : Hand Truck .
Survivors Include his wife, Mrs. '1'' .

I r TallahasseeWilliam three{ : owelf'.McClanPf II IMn E.-A.,..11icClane McClane'ofJacksonville 'Stark;b;.y. f !P C Z$* Jr M** *, fiabricsu20lo

Beach and James H.Mc-
Clane, ; in of Key West and five grand- Reg. '19.ei
,children. Chaise Garden flu, ,

Graveside funeral services were ,
held at :2 p.m. on Sunday, May 29, In > .
Crosby Lake Cemetery with Rev. Hose $1500 Charcoal
Ben P. Bryant officiating. Jones Lounger
Funeral Home of Starke 514 E. Nona
St., Starke, in charge of ar- 33 %

rangements. $ H97Isci l247 $1 97

Ervin D.Dresch H off
Ervin Delfenbacker Dresch, 94, of ; : .
'Keystone Heights, died Friday night, ,
Mayx27, In Bradford Hospital, Inc. ",
following long illness. ; ,j
Born In Elmwood,Ontario Canada
Mr. Drench moved to Park of the H
Palms in 1978 from San Antonio 4" .
Texas. Mr. Dresch had served, since 16"
the 1020s, as a missionary to the Air
Spanish speaking residents of the .
.southwestern United States, until he ; '
retired In 1975. He was a member of
the Park of the Palms Chapel. Conditioning [Potted1Plants -
; Survivors Include one brother Fred Free 1 Gal Q
Drench of Toledo Ohio; and two I ,
sisters,'Mrs. Edith Harper,and Mrs. ,atingFan F Q

"i Canada.Tuck- 'both< of. Windsor, Ontario, \; > evn Gas Can MRTr L C t5. _

Funeral services were held at 11 Begonias, Geraniums
..m. on Tuesday May 31, in the Parkof $ 0 O. Coleus Impatiens with purchase of a I InfeliivisionNO
the Palms Chapel with Mr ErnestWoodhouse Reg. '32.99' t 1 lawn mower at '119.88
officiating. Burial was In ,
Keystone Heights Cemetery under ;"f No. W0503
the direction of Jones Funeral Home, 'I 0Hanging 14996
toad 100 and Cypress' St.. Keystone $2799$ 99 We'll even fill it

Heights. \' ea. with gas!

Myrtle H. McKinney-
'Mrs Myrtle Haxen McKinney 86, ,
former longtime resident of Starke,
died Thursday, May 26, In the FloridaChristian .
'' '' Health Center Jacksonville -
\ following' long illness. { : H.i '

Born In Brooker, Mrs. McKinney ,. < > .
: bad lived In Jacksonville for the past Sun-G3o
six years. She was a member of the '4' .
Church of Starke.'
First Baptist '
Survivors, Include two brothers, RAIMCHECKS
i \Ivan. H. Hazen of Keystone Heights Timex I Lounge ,.I \ Polaroli '
y and Harley S. Hazen of Center.Hill, ,. '
? !'Ff;' two sisters-in-law. Mrs 'Jetty Button
*< +Hazeit of Gainesville and Mrs. Katie Watches = Float ; ;' ,
Hazen of Plant City,and 13 nieces and t .

., _a JFuneraY service*'were held at 11 tl % 1 ; 9'6 BasketsCamera 301'South
ajn. Saturday May 28. in the DeWitt 0 -
Clones' Funeral Chapel with Rev. I' l'' SAVE '5.00 '
Ben P. Bryant officiating. Burial was' U Iooti Starke
In Crosby Lake Cemetery wider the s? 'g'
f 'direction""of"Jones,Funeral Home.of, :, $4' 7 $ ,
1797 ,
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reg. p
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r ...1Ik'FIer,90,of Euclid.Ohio,died. "
la the Euclid! Hospital May 31 followIng I
S an extended illness, I IN
Born and raised In Cleveland, Ohio;
:. Mr Pirn*was retired from the New Bettel' Lower
'fork C.tral RallroaJ as a general, I "
l' foroOMnr was on the City Council of' 4 5 m "
'. GarBeld Onto for several years; wart' Ij t ix.Y v r., l .rJ1 Prices''e! j tc ,'. I"""

the Om financial director for the City c I '." 't .
'of Garfield and was a veteran of '
World War H. Mr. Flea\; was atoo. ,
member of the .Legion 'and was a MasterCafd andVisa, accepted,
member of St. Paul Catholic Church inns of piiegs.;
of Euclid OhioSurvivorS .

Uti. Francine: .Include:Weatherly one :daughter oiH T4 A|faJJi* Jet.Ye ** tfv ire not happy wWt'ywr piirchaie! ,return h.'Ws will cF+eerfully exchange H orMly refwid yow money,
ejaew HBBalA ftA BA nMMeW
-> MeMfll < :.. ,
Aanattfl ] and Mrs. Louise.,
fA .wSrfB .Ohio and MI'II.
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:grandchildren, "IIJ great ., ;

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A Hampton man was charged' in tie abandoned on'a dirt road near the Intersection -
shootings of a Waldo couple last Fri of US-301' and .CR-18 in
day' during'the, ,burglary of their south Bradford County.
.,. ,. VW1rw home. Vernon Lee "Bucky" Davis' Bradford County authorities then
;. tY'4 c '30, died Sunday liv Alachua'General developed a suspect from the description -
Pw1 i t tSgjl ft + t ; 1 Hospital as a result of being shot In given by the victims' and' the loca-
-,. tt lhu head at close range by the tion-of the vehicle'and the'Starke '
'Police Department provided photos of
.;,,1 i, xW Anthony Coleman, 24, 'of Colemen to Afacf.ua County
t' .
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'was authorities.
Hampton arrested by Deputy'Frank
:J'J 1 : Bell and Officer# Willie Searcy A local citizen In the area'Identified of the
abandoned 'vehicle later
; late last Friday evening and charged
with two counts of attempted murder, Coleman as the person he saw runn-
armed burglary and sexual battery. ing from the area of the abandoned
.... Bond was set at $100,000 for the vehicle. An Alachua County warrantwas
-- charges. issued for the arrest of Colemanand
Sheriff Dolph
through contacts by
During the noon hour Friday, May Reddish with members of the Col-
( +Ctrt! 27, Alachua County authorities Issued eman family Bradford County -
a bulletin for a suspect that had shot authorities were notified that Col-
two victims near Waldo when they eman could be picked up 'at his
I F ,walked in on the suspect while he was parents home on Brownlee Street in
If til -r y 4., burglarizing their home. The suspect Starke.
f also committed a sexual battery upon Deputy Bell and Patrolman Searcy+
the woman and fled the scene in the, went to the Coleman residence and
victims vehicle: ___ arrested Michael on the above charg- .
The couple returned to their home
on CR-225 north of Waldo. Suspectingthe ed.Coleman was released to'Alachua) -
house had been burglarized, County authorities where he' remains ,.
Davis began Searching the house..As In the county jail.
he walked from the kitchen into the Coleman was scheduled i for arraignment
bathroom the gunman shot him in the this week (May 31) in I I
head. Bradford County on a charge of
The' attacher then forced the possession of a weapon by a felon. I
I I'b"' ". """"""iiI ...,, 1 'lji-1iu ""Itil i1iol..If: ;.Clt'4i.: .0_ woman,Brenda Gabhart, 22, into one Coleman was stopped by Starke 'I
I of the two bedrooms and raped her, Police while they were investigating a I
First of Its Kind... she was shot three times but not .burglary April 8. He was released on
.1 critically Injured and was released his own recognizance at that time. '
This trailer is the first of its kind and was manufactured at Crosley Manuf .the wooden seats. from the hospital Saturday afternoon. No newcomer to the court system I'
Co. on US-301 south of Starke. Kirby Crosley, left, designed the new trailer If the new trailers work bOt. ;/they may be used in state parks allover Gabhart wrapped herself in a sheet Coleman, in May 1960, was sentenced
for the Department of Natural Resources. His father,Gilbert Crosley the Florida. and ran''about a block to the Oasis to fifteen years for burglary with a
owner of the trailer manufacturing company.The DNR officials came to Crosley with the. idea for the trailer! and Kirby. Lounge on Waldo'Road and told the firearm of Register Oil Company in
new type trailers, ,called a people carrier, is being used to haul designed it. store clerk to call an ambulance. August, 1979. He pled guilty to the
Ichetucknee tubers back to their cars. The tracing body, meaning the front Ichetucknee Springs State Park Is on SR-47, four miles NW of Lake City, Shortly' afterwards Chief Deputy charge, serving three years and was
wheels can be turned, are to be used three to a truck. Crosley has the con- It's getting about warm enough to stand the,trip. down the spring-fed river. Glen Moore found the victims: vehicle placed on 12 years probation. ,
tract to build the first nine of the trailers with the State Park Service adding l1 ,

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Car Smashed On A pre-sentence investigation was >a'' jury in Bradford County.j ircuit According lo Gros, he is consider. .
ijJ ordered by Circuit Judge John J Court May 25. .i. \;; ing filing an appeal ., 'Meat'StorQ
.. Runs Into Gas Tanker Starke Man GuiltyOf Norman's, Still HasSTRAWBERRIES

The 26-year-old driver of a 1976 Aggravated BatteryHenry 105 Edwards Road

I Chevrolet ing May 31 was after cited her for vehicle careless plowedinto driv- J. Gros, 31, of Starke was OPEN 8:30-7: = Mon.-Sat. -
the rear of a tractor-trailer truck found guilty of aggravated battery by Food Stamps Welcomed 964-8290
which was hauling gasoline on US301in o Fresh from the Farm '
4 > Starke
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Gloria treated Lavon on Moore the scene of Gainesvillewas for facial FLORIDA a".r.. rrtyir $ Vsaf
I lacerations by EMT's Paul West and + e Family PakFryers ; c
Dan Cuddington, then taken by THEATREStarke flat r 4 9
Rescue to Bradford Hospital where Y "Sweet . ... . ... .'. lb.,
I she was treated and released. 964.5451Fri. As Sugar"Bananas ; Heavy Western USDA Choice Boneless
The gas tanker was stopping for the 9
traffic light at the corner of Pratt Sat., Sun. $17
y: Street and US-301 when the vehicle ,ChuckRvast.; ,:. '.' ... .'. It.I .
failed to use due care and ran under DUSTIN 25 Lettuce 2 lj :

I Patrolman the back of Ricky the.trailer..according B nneU.'!ttdYtt. ''' to.", S-OO.I *? ,.,,. iiWgl/tioap ihtfgsteaJ vy qnwfi .! .u'1.-.llIiRoav ft.:. ,: : u ;i 1)1) 9

Damage to the 1974 White;, ..ck was ." lb.
$500 in the 10 a.m. accident. Damage PG < dI' ....
to the front end of the Chevrolet was .
iii 89' y

I $2,000. 301 DRIVE-IN Mullet Catfish . ,'. . ; .. \f' ; :. 1/2 lb.
Bradford'Man Guilty Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon.MAUSOLEUM Fryers l"l.44 '
Of Sexual Battery 7 9
: 89c1.49b.' Breast. L. . It:
3: Robert Cooper was found guilty of -NV_. ..
assault to committ sexual battery, a ,Pork .
i lesser included offense, in Bradford C 1 59

County Circuit Court May 26. Norman's Farm Produce Spare Ribs. : .,. : 4 :. t ... .lb.
Cooper, 57, of Bradford County was ;: :
charged with sexual battery upon a : & Lean AH Meat < urn:VrY! $ 0 9
.l 10-year-old( girl last October.The jury .2' .
found him guilty of a lesser offense. PLUS And : Seafood $te Wt.r: . i. . . . ... . ID.
The maximum penalty is five years in :
prison and a $5,000 fine which the SLAYER U.S. 301 North 964-6071 Stgrkn Market Sliced
state will request, according to Assis- Bacn..a. $129
tant State Attorney. Thomas M. -
Elwell. Judge John J Crews re- .b.1TRene '

quested before The sentencing victim a pre-sentence testified Cooper.investigation that Cooper Jones Convalescent :Service' Inc. ... . . . ,(I',.' .101$ 1.2a9Cut '

assaulted her on two occasions.
Non-emergency Si Wrapped FREE '.." $ 29
Front Oi h 1501b.ling-' l : ....,..... .:: Ib. ,1l
Starke Man Guilty <'
Medical Transportationfor ,
Of Grand Theft

was Terry found Michael guilty Hagins of grand, 18, of theft Starke in wheelchair & stretcher patients l;: OPEN $-:30' Mon.-Fri. 8.12 Sat.l .

Bradford County Circuit Court May 27 ", 'Qw
in a non-jury trial. in Bradford & Clay :Counties,
Hagins was arrested January 2 -l 964-7911 14 years;
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inmates injure two guards in escape attempt at Florida State Prison I IA

Florida Stale Prism correctional head Injuries. non' Bradford said. .,l,<&$ a.m. check-In with the prison control According to Bradford the plan to convicted murrfwrw Mvrnn Fleming
officer and a staff Instructor were In- Officer Thomas Persio, 63, ofOrange With their fellow Inmates out of the room, another officer was sent to In- escape in employee clothing wouldn't escaped on Christmas afternoon
jured May 31 In a pro-dawn assault by Park was treated and released way,the four attacked Persio by pun vestigate, The Investigating officer have worked because the employees disguided risen officer. Fleming had
several Inmates who were planned to from the prison clinic for facial ching him In the face. Luke was hit became suspicious when he saw the now must show their Identification dyed his pants brown and stolen an
escape I from the maximum-security bruises. 'over the head with a crowbar, said factory lights doused and called cards
for before they leave the orison; 'overcoat, fooling an officer on duty in-
prison dressed In employee clothing, The Incident began Inside the prison Bradford. He was listed stable con-" help. to letting him walk out the priso'sfront
according to Superintendent Richard broom'factory and bookbindery at ditlon with a concussion.: < Several officers arrived within That miliov started last year after gule. Fleming is still at large.CLEARANCE .
Dugger. 5:40 a.m. Four inmates who workedat The inmates forced the subduedmen minutes rescuing the locked-up In-
Prison vocational instructor Walter the broom factory herded about a to strip to their underwear, lock mates, and employees. The four
P. Luke, 55, of Starke was taken to dozen of their prisoner co-workers Into ed them in a bathroom and turned out unarmed Inmates still inside the factory
Shands., Hospital In' Gainesville He a factory back room and locked, the factory's lights. :' were taken into custory as
was listed In, stable. condition with them up, corrections spokesman Ver- When Persio missed his' routine 6. suspects. SALE

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nature was totally, alien to his aviation 'would have to .shoot until we taked' .' '
experience. with Mel at Channel 12.'lie' came out .'': Mrs. Ina O.A. Pongo : James Robuck officiating. Archer 30,0/0 off
"This Is what he's going up in?" and flew the plane himself and he was. Mrs. loa O. Andrews Pongo, 73, of Funeral Home of Lake Butler in ,
'Smith asked as he walked around the' hooked." Lake Butler, died Saturday night, charge of arrangements.
gleaming ultra-light while the "I was fascinated with the. May 28, after an apparent heart at- Survivors Include one daughter, Entire Stock of
Prescotts prepared the craft fot the possiblities of this thing,."Turner saidas tack at her home. Mrs. Jewell Casey of Hampton Lake; 1
filming.."! don't think I'd better get he stood next to the delicate strut- A life long resident of Union County one son, Arthur 'J. Strickland of
too close to It,It looks like I could blow work of the craft resting on the run Mrs. Pongo was a member of the Harmony Hampton; two sisters, Mrs. Mildred BOOTS BELTS :
it out of 'the sky with the downdraft way. "Its just a fantastic feeling. Flying I Freewill Baptist Church' and Graham and Mrs. Mary Earnest; j"
''from my rotors." an ultralight Is totally unlike any was a housewife. four brothers, Carl Broughton, Willis INDIAN MOCCASINS :;
You fly dour machine and I'"fly other plane I've ever been in. I can Survivors include one daughter, Broughton, Arthur Broughton and .
mine," replied Ashton Prescott, sit- see why they've become so popular." Laura Fairweather of Jacksonville; Ernest Broughton; 16 grandchildren, ."
ting In the one-man padded seat of the The first flying session went off one son,Thomas Lanier Skipper of. 15 grandchildren and one great-great
ultra-light with a slightly mischevious without a hitch, and Photographer Lake Butler; three brothers,Jack Andrews grandchild also survive. No No Seconds
look on his face. "If you maintain DePhillips said he was pleased with of Lawtey, fiance Andrews of Funeral services were held Friday, Rejects
your distance at about 750 feet I'll be the results as the crew watched the 'Jaspar and Roland Andrews of Lake May 27, at 3:30: p.m. at the Chapel of GradeMerchandise OPEN ONLY
able to do my thing 'with no "first rushes"on the Instant playback Butler; two sisters Alma Dekle of Archie .Tanner Funeral Home In All Top
problems." screen Inside the mobile filming unit. Macclenny and Ida Mae Pewett fLake Starke with Rev Raymond Baer of- Thursdays Fridays & Saturdays
Also on hand to assist in the proceeding "The 'lighting effects are really Butler and two grandchildren-: ficiating. Burial..was In Santa Fe 9 a.m. to 5
wasMel, Turner, a veteran good coming off clear blue water in Funeral services were held 'Mo Cemetery with Archie Tanner p.m.
weather-new anchorman formerly the sun like that" he said. "This day, May 30,at 4 p.m. at graveside in Funeral Home of Starke In charge of
with Channel .20: in Gainesville and should be one of the best looking com- Elzey Chapel Cemetery with Rev. arrangements. Carradines Leather Shop
'now a member of the Channel 12 pro mercials around when it airs, becauseof
duction staff. He Is also an experienced the subject matter most of all.
aviator who used Jo operate one of We've never done anything quite like Lawtev, Florida U.S. 301 1 mile South
tale hangers at the Keystone Airport. this before. I can't say this was one of
"We called around at quite a few 1 the easiest sessions we've ever had,
stations when we first started check' .but It sure was a lot of fun." j'jJUARestaurant
ing out the mechanics of having a Fun with a capitol 'F' seems to be
commercial made," Ms. Prescott ex- what ultralights are all about.
plained earlier. "Everyone we called For further information on e "
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I s [ Keystone Heights Ads............. ...:. .1rd3..i i!: :!.tj. ..:.;:;::tJ.U,.. ... ....... ;1.... i \ ; CARPET and Most Restoration effective CLEANING way

PERSONAL to clean

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WORK t Building patios' Can for
'm'D. 2630 N. W. 39th lobo In Hlllcrest. S80O frame only. No mattresses .
additions, remodeling, A
,*.. by B a.m. Call7erL.I71.2A17 NEEDED NOW down. $146.44 per month. $40. Call 4737893. homes and til* work. Fre* Free Demonstration
A/? IA 1t 6LOSTFOUND Unltod Phone 473-4098 or
at 6/2
Keystone Itchg stlmates. Phon 473-4473
Methodist Church for 7 473.4367 altar 6 p.m. 6/2 AKC WHITE GERMAN COOKIE
6/2 tfnchg
hour a week. ..........' rfnchg SHEPHERD PUPPIES. Top CARPENTER day. WORK 473-3857

OSTi lUKIi IV* year old required. Call 473-3829 BEAUTIFUL LAKE GENEVA line, very beautiful $200. Remodeling' work kitchen
dark brown between the hours of 9:30 access lots from $5.900 Call 475-1368 6/2 I!chili cabinets
Springer and trim
: Spaniel with whit fur collar a.m. and I-3O: p.m. each $500 down $71.74 par GOLF CARS Harley- Reasonable carpentry. prlc. PROPERTY FOR SALE

: lost In area of Gold w..kday.rc.pt Thursday. month. Discount on entlr Davldion. Excellent condition Call 473-2477 after 330: / STATES BV OF AMERICA'
10 acreas. On. THE UNITED
:(H.ad Slat Park. If found 6/2 Itchg lot. Call 4734375. 6/2 $700 negotiable. Call p.m. 6/2 tfnchg
please call 473.2162 or 473-4679 after CARPET
Dugger at repairs
tfnchg th.t th UnMed States of
473-W: 6/2ltnH 1 YARDSAIE 5 p.m. 6/2-9 2tchg and Installations. Fr** Is hereby given *
... COMMIRCIAL PROPERTY on ..., acting through Ih* Farmers Home Ad-
ENJOYS swimming pool, ..lImol... Tn years ...- :
H CRYSTAL LAKE AJSOCIATIONi corner of Lawrence Blvd. lake Lilly access and 2.5 perlence. Call 473-4217 United States Deportment of Agriculture,
: Sat., June 4, 9 a.m. and Flamingo near SR-IOO acres with charming country and ask for Craig. 6/2 sell .. Is. th.following described properties. Com
: Hundreds of Item. Entlro and SR-21 Intersection 3BR., 2 bath horn. tfnchg legal descriptions arrangements for Inspection of
DRIVE A LITTLE 4-separata offlc complexes end additional, Information lie ob
community' donation. Family roam rock MOTHER/TSACHERi Will properties may
: SAVE A LOT low price., Hwy-100, turn : corner an 3 lot-sld.,with. entrances of fireplace. 3 Hunter paddl. care for your school ag* 'by contacting th* County Supervisor I.c., ...

g | Lake City Honda at CR-18 and follow ilgni. Owner financed fans, eal-ln-kltchen raised ,child during summer. Fenced
building. living celling. 'Indoor laka Santa F. 1- 23 fenced, with 2 layer houses. 312
)t; ..... 6/2 llpd with low Interest rate. Call room yard on ITEM acres
...... ZEST EVER SALE Sat., June 473-3411 6/2 cedar trim' work brick between Keystone Heights ) ft. CB coaler building' end e 4" well and pump
Accords Civic' 4, 8 a.,,,. Furniture and 473-4920 tfnchg or polio cool deck tone and and M.I...... $25/wk. tun. .... 14 miles.. South of Lak. City. Columbia. County.
:C Preludes baby thing, mlscol./ Item 1971 TORANADOi ono utility shed. Hugh Edward. ch/snock/actlvltles. Call ( /23/B2..)
y- In Stock Realty REALTOR 372.1551 475-1617 altar 28.
and much mar. Locoted May
driver 37.000 mil. A/C.
..... behind school or after hours 473-3239. 5/26-6/2 2tchg with house,
high AM/FM radio with top. ITEM 2- 10-ecr* hog farm farrowing
located on SR-4 I Paradlie Rid".. 6/2 llchg deck. Excellent condition 5/26-672 2tchg WILL DOi Interior house slob 4" well and pump end mobile. .bom alto
In Lak.City SATURDAY Jun. 4, 10 a.m. SHALLOW AND DEEP WELL cleaning.' Hove references.Reasonabla ..
Insida and out front wheel ... near Worthington. '. Union County. (Ac-
Op.n Dally-"| to 4 p.m. (no early birds drive, disc brakes, powerst..ring PUMPS pipes, and fittings.' rates. Call I/20/B3.)
:= Saturday plea.). located at MINI brakes, Bryan-Aco Hardware, 473-7810 and leave name

Coi755-4440 STORAGE SR-IOO w..t. excellent pow.tires. Can bo Keystone Heights,, and phone numb. 1 ITEM S--:300 ecres located IS.miles. South of Lake Ci
two mil.* from KeystoneHeights. seen at Chevron Food Mart 4734006. 6/2 tfnchgUnion 5/26-6/2 2toH .. County Read 131. Complete. farrowing' hous., sh

*W. will not bal bookcase. .Sofabeds ndtob//..., SR 100 and 21. 473-4907. i shades. for swine' fattening, slob with automatic

:, undersold onl cloth.., etc. 6/2 Itcha 6/2 IfnchgCOMPLETE County.Ads 1 : ..., small catch pens, 3 grain, bins, scales,
WATERBED Also ,. stainless steel nitrogen.tank two 4" submer
1 new Honda car*. [ heat pump and air condi i i iI _II.
pumps and one B" Irrigation Columbia Coun
tioner. Call 4734186. 6/2 INSURANCE WANTEDWILL I i (Acquired 3/23/B3.)
tfnchg I
'. OPEN HOUSE Sat., Sun., &
'J.:: June 3-.., on West Garden MAINIS INSURANCE AGENCY PAY'"CASHi For Your i 1 1i BID ITEMS 1.2. AND 3 CONTACT MR. DANNY
Used Mobile Homes Street near high school. 160 S. lake Avenue. used mobile home. Ray 1t2 S. FIRST STREET LAKE CITY' FLORIDA
3DR., IM bath 1614 sq. ft. Lake Butler, 4963978. Powell 496-3377. TFN. $ i 1 1r. PHONE t04/7M-64S.
2 & 3 Bedrooms Excellent condition low Interest Compl.t. Insurance Servlce. -
mortgage buy no TFN : r.. i ITEM 4- :3 ....._. 1%' bath from dwelling an
qualifying. Selling $3000 ,FOR SALE 1 ;1 1i ...* farm tract approximately 75 acra open land
1 j jj| One full year warranty under appraisal at$44,500. PERSONAL i balance ,In woods. :3 miles Southeast of

Completely Reconditioned Call 904-390-7381 today If SERVICESWOULD FRESH GREEN BEANS : ........ G......... County. (Acquired 12/17/12.)
intorasted. 6/2 I tchg. Machine cut. R G. Thomas

%.... John D. Brown BEAUTIFUL tra* shaded lot. LIKE TO KEEP YOUR Pocking Hou., Phone MR. JOE BA1KCOM 2140 W. JEFFERSON ST., .
1 acre-plus, on pav.d CHILD child In 462-l203, $5 per bushed. FLORIDA' 323S1 PHONE 04/B7S-4004.
Home Center Inc.SR21 road. Lake privileges' home Any weekdays age from my 7 1tchg 612:
-. residential $6000. Terms, a.m. until 6 p.m. Would ; I ITEM BIS7 acres ((120 ,In cultivation) divided Into 2
owner financing. Call also like to do house clean on* of approximately' BS acrm with '/ mil.

J 473-3775 Keystone HgU. 473-3671 wknds.after 6/2 6 1 ItchgI p.m. and ing laundry. and Ironing. Subscribe / .,frontage. and an*72.....tract separated from
Pleau call 496-3731' and first tract by approximately, 1/0 .n. located II
ask for Karen. 4irhoLAND ,' North of Ponc. do L..... Holmes County. (Ac

. I Starke AdsHELP . B/16/B2.)

ITEM*.. 1 J7 sq. ft. brick v.ne.r dwelling on SeO
((140-cres In cropland IBS ..... permanent
HELP'WANTED FOR SALE Subscribe / .. 3B acres 'In ponds and 200 acr.* woodland)

WANTED FOR SALE 6 miles, West of lanlf.,. Holmes County. (Ac

HEAVY DUTY 5 HP (lawn Call Mary / 12/OB/B2.)

I REAL ESTATE SALESPEOPLE mower. $75. call after 12 964-6305
FOOD a ACM LOT on SR-227 facing 7-* 3420 sq. ft. tri-lvel log house en 257 acrs
Scholarships available for PEP-O STORIi Now noon, 9646122. 6/02 Itchg ------ --
Brooker Rd. Selling price. Northwest of Wettvllle ... dirt road about 2
:: unlicensed persons. ERA taking application for lARGE UPRIGHT FREEZERi :
Faulkner Realty 9645065. part-tlma halp. Apply 620S. $ 00.964.5928.6102 Itchg $18.000. $1.000down.225 West off Highway '". Approximately, 150 acres
10/38 tfn Walnut St. 6/02ltchg GAS FURNACE, completesingle per month at 15"llnt....,. ..tu.., .....fICO 'In woodland and lok. Holmes
.1 SubecrlbaToday'I EXPERIENCED COUPLE ONLY bed call 9644705after Ph. 964.5606. 2/24 tfn Tutoring (acquired /30/B2)). This property may be pur
MOBILE HOME SALESMANlExperienced. to work chicken form. 5 p.m. 6/02 tfn chg ONI HALF ACRE compl.t.ly as an* largo tract. In single tracts, or ,In com-
ContactOlln's 468.1493.6102 Itchg. set-up for trailer. For location Summer Catch-up Help '! ...n. thereof', described as fallows!
Mobil. Horn Sales, TEXAS OIL COMPANY need and Information call ,In Elementary Skill.
: Hwy 100 Weil,. Stark. mature person M/F to >.II 964-481. 6/02 2tpd 6/09 7-l-Thre* story"A"f ram* log _.with ever
9645606. '/05 tfnCONVENIENCE .lull line of high quality TRUCKSmiles Piano Lessons I : sqtrara feet of heated. are*. Catri holding pens
STORE lubricant to manufacturing Children. or Adult. feeding chu_. % mile frontage. ate. gtada4dlrt:'
I Neat..dependable poroon' ., trucking. comtnxtton 1970 CH.v:NrAt".Obd -xo :- ft." : ..lummri lenen.Meantimeto ," I I "'lrWeWtjM>We 4lde.' Twa hundred fee, oT.taVe/ )
with cashier or related ... and farm customer Protected 1350. also 1977 start. Bxp. cert teacher.Verna ..... Approx. 40.......
perience. Apply In person territory thorough Dodge. $1.20O. both cars Schmidt
: to Eastern Star, 209 S. training program. For per run good. Phone 7823307. 9446774Business with
ITEM 7-II--1W earns ever 700 ft. frontage on
Temple. 5/12 tfn .onollnt.rvl.w. .nd work 6/02 .
AT HOMEi Jobs E.D. Llns Itpd r dirt road and 2.000 ft. lake ,......... Approx.
WORK history to 198 VOLKSWAGEN With iI
f I 35 ecres of open lend balance ,In lake and
available substantial Southwestern Patroleum .
earnlngs 1974 engine run. great .. ---- -- ,
po..,lble, no ...- Box 789. Fort Worth TX new tires, 1250. .. ; ..-- .:
3 perlence. Call ((312)) 76101. 6/02 Itchg 964-5743 a.k f o Mike after :
1 741-9780 Dept. 2120 for in- 5 3O p.m., 473.2172. 6/02 Opportunity ITEM 7111Approx. 10E acres with 2400 ft. of lake
Z formation. 6/02 2tpd 6/09 FOR SALE 21pd 6109 : Convenience Store With Cat and .vsr 1.000 H. .on graded dirt road
!CRUISE SHIP JOBSI' Great Income 1974 WAGON w/1974 lease .... of open .bind, balance In .lek. and wood.).

= potential oil occupation engine. Excallent running .
*. For Information call USED ALUMINUM PLATES condition price B31: ecres with 240 acres In cultivation and
((312)) 741-9780 Ext. 2120. 24x36", 25 cents aoch. Used negotiable. Call 9646337. Need cm-sight dealer with strong marketing skills. 11101&.. 3.000 highway frontage end B.OOO an dirt
I 6/02 2tpd 6/09 In printing newspaper. 6/02 tfn Store currently. company ....ratad. completely. fenced. Also hoe frame dwelling
SALES HELP WANTED, Nations Great for minor repair Capital required for grocery Inventory. has been reserved as life estate for prior owns
largest trade exchange |obs. Bradford County .No good will or franchise..... High volume location ,, property .. .located approximately 4 mile.. Nor
.t has career salesr" Telegraph, .....6305. tfn. 1976 GMC PICKUP Full available In lake Sutler and Sta.... I of Westvllle on Highway ,.,. Holmes County;
opening This .Is a full time 10" TAKE SAW 36" 4 power, A/C. 3/4 ton. Call Collect Fr.d Powell' :
'" IO/01/B2.) This' properly. may b* purchased
drawer oak dosk and floor
for Individualswith 9645849. Itch
r"- position $2200. II Area Cod. 113-870-3030 In of
lore ..rco!. single tract In combinations
sale* experience or fan wall heater s misc., 6/02 : .
college d.gr. bulnes H.A. Colemon, 9645484. .. I described, *s follow' ,
background pr.f.rr.d. 5/l93tchg6/02 : I. .
a.rr. .....107 *cra* with ever:1,000 feet of
i Call !Kim, 13712786. 526HOUSEWIVES PITNEY IOwa Photo Copier -.--- ( highway
.,M with supplies. S22S For Sol. .. Cu.tomWd Product I ..*. 4 acra laka, epproxlmetely 07 acres In
{ 5 COLLEGE 964.7311 Man. thru Frl. Sunshine Industries. "' "" fenced an two sides. Has a frame dw.Tlrng
STUDENTS Earn extra cash 6/02 1 Itpd 3 BR Concrete Block In Ufa stete for previous.__,.:
I for summer work part- DEJUR MOVIE PROJECTOR! trimmed in brick located .NWJ $14.95Display
time, full time, $200 to Beaded tcreen splicer, at 720 NE 3rd. St. near 5.11--10, ecres with\ V mite. frontage on graded.
$400 week Planter
for details potential. Call Kodak movie camera title Lake. -r road 24 acres of open .land. and a smell at.. '_c-
J.C. Enterprise maker light bar, 20 cu. ft. 2 BR14'x14'; .....,
*. 7823790. 6/02 Itpd upright f,....,. (large' one-17xl7. living room Garden Fencing79cents' per 3-ft. section 1 "MOBILE
NEED DEPENDABLE baby silts ch..' of drawers, large 13'x20'i, dining ,room HOME SKIRTING $1.00 per ft. (Free Installation B-IH--40 ecres with'/ mile' frontage on graded
in home
I month our for 9 clothe* closet, roll away 17x17; kltch. 17x17i available) 'CUSTOM MADI TOMATO STAKES pallets nod approximately half wooded and half
and 5 old. open
Mon. Fri. from 8 a.m.yr. to 5 bed 9645063. 6/02 2tchg den I2'x20t with fireplace.. and. many other wood products available' let us da Fenced en an* ......
p.m.. call 46A-2220 alter 5D 6/09 W/W carpet on hardwood your special |ob. (Cyp...*. pine, oak). W* specialiseIn
: .m. I Mia */rv> floor. 1.76 acres of land. custom cut*. Save $$$$$. B-IV-40 acres with approximately MO feet of
George langley Call 944-799 ar com by our shoe en Route Is West, .. en graded. dirt read. :24 acra* of open .land,

Rvmodalinq? -.496-2505-.- i next to 011"'. Trailer Pork. .. III wood....... Panted on .,....

: Need Repair? IAtfOIlD/LAKIIUTLi. I B-V-M acra* with '/ mil frontag on graded

i CALL OPEN HOUSE CBS horn. 3 BR, )'4 IA. road Fenced approximately slang' reed.. half wooded end half span

H.J. THOMAS Garag, utility room 1404sq.
ft. 1 acre. $25,500,.
.w on B-VV-M ecres with '. mile.........en graded
496-3283 1.200 down by ownar.
read approximately half wooded. and half
1-755-4149 IIpOII
r 1.152.6238 or '
t Fenced along road.
Repairs Window Screens Door r
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Build Cabinets Paint 0-VH-2B acres wHh mostly. *..... land fenced
4 Build Additions W0M eLM sides,. graded read fronteg en two side. *.

.: Repair or New .
Lake Butler or Starke DrHting2'tiaru6" BIO ITEMS B, 4,. 7 end B CONTACT MR. AUBREY

r ., . 110 .. PA. AVR.' ..BONIf"Y. FLORIDA 3242B.
1 ; ; I to4/147.4277. .

REAL ESTATE BUYS Fast Rotary *- Hog'farm developed; en ......?,. will?
Drilling Equip. dot* ever 200 sows. Easy access ta pev.d rood.
grain store**, located 13 mites. West of live
t\ Longchamp Ent.rprls.s & Assoc. .State. Ucftiued'' ' ' 'SiS..'" siloo.F. MltchoI1 load 1__County. "
1' 11/17/12.)
i Inc. Melrose : Pi n".

i Homo For Sola . .".., ., .... . .. MR. WAUACB MCCORMICK 1302 1th St,

.1 SR. 2 5A-Ov., 1550 Sq. Ft. $ 5.00tJ", State Road 26 New &: Use4lesepartsaServic OAK, FLORIDA '32060 PHONE 9W/342-aoss.
.1 Ii .1 '.. 2 1A'n, Feature. 47000. ''
I .1 I., 1'. BA-Qulet Neighborhood.. SM.OOO. to Dogwood Lane, ...will" 'by -W... 5d. will .ha..wivad. un.

i B .1 BR, 2 RA-Houso plu. Shop Araa-tB.OOO. ; 'E-Z. TermsPlwanblng. . .'. << puMk open,,,,which will/beat PJ*..June*?
Lak. Prop.rty June 5 1/ : ..Ifw ofrlce of th* Stete Mrecter Farmers Ham

Mobile horn on canal leading. to Santa F. lk. Sunday ( _. Room a19. Federel. Bulldlna., 401 SIN
f Groat far a got-a-way. $20.000. . 0m.vin Fl 12602.'
4 P.M.
lots& Acreage 2 to New InstallationRemodtJfnq !

.Beautiful lots near Hampton Lake. ta.200 ..... must.b*entered M oftktel' bid forms which may.b.

I Best Financing. terms anywhere> Lot deer .,.- I . ...Repair.. from any of th. ....,. .....r_. Bids mu.s
start at $5.000. $ ERA ;t. i- ; *............ 'by a S% bid ..*........

.On* Acro PIu..N_ Crosby Lake. 2 .lets at ".000 ,D..
each) and 2 others at ".100 _ch. FAULKNER . ,ii..o. .. e win be east .. not .IM. than. I0> aownoavmeiit
Nice lot with well a septic tank, 7100. PUMP : sot nwtv -a.. .. zv JJHHOHIMO ,*..j, gifBitnisiiiisi ..
Wooded. .lot an Besswit Read. ".100. REALTY ;', ....MMTH.. payment. with h.finesse,!berg.

Four acre for $12.5001 .. win split and Mil. as two SUP'PLY'COMPANY end three-quarter ssrc.nl annual por___
((10.75K) oa th* urrpeM betenoe. m-
acv tracts ".100 t" on Old lawtay Rood and Themes St.....100...... '964.5065 ," . ... I .
Must 5.1111 I let near Keystone-Owns fhn s d. '9441V. ............ will b. sold'wit....... ....... .. raca

I $....100.o Te ; tread. .x. .O*, ,religion/ marital status *r mT .
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Mlchaal' B. Coonay, Realtor" I)) .Stt.... Fl.r ffl f r

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Thur.. Fri & Sat. 8:30' til HOME PARK. Mobile Three bedroom, 2 Bath EXPERIENCED
home.and pace* for rent home with family TIRED OF FAT BODY and a Neat RENT TO OWN 011I:. furniture '
.* .,A . room skinny wallet? Gain work Int.rlor or ex !
Recreational typewriters, ruJlIeh tJ
vehiclei garage, larg. yard, tenor Free .
25 Years of Accumulated welcome. Phon. 468-2912. CH/cooling. Stove, relrlg.. money while you lose Reasonable estimate with calculator and on. heavy {
weight, ''eoll J.C. price
Collectibles ISom.thing 9/16 tfnMOBILE and carpeting. $325 Enterprise good references. Call duty Copying machine '
MOMES. FOR RENT month Call 9647910. 9/19 *, 782-379O. 6/02ltpd '....5177. available. Or r.nt monthto REALTY
* Itpd 6/02
*,A to. BECOME YOUR OWN BOSS month. Come
One.mile from Star),. city tIn EXPERIENCED fay today
CICItIA for Cveryonel, limit: Clean. Hwy. 16 W. LARGE HOUSE within city and really control the and child care available.Reasonable THE OFFIU SHOP, 110 W. 1) "' -
UMWIllIOAR Call 468-1323. 10/07 tfn. limit $225 month, >amount of money you Call St., Storks 964-9764. j
$200 .
rotes to all.Cathy "
Terwllleger. make. If that
N.T.m Reolty KITCHENBFFICIENCV'Room .ecurlty deposit required. ,call J.C. you. Prevatt, County Rd. tinWANT PHONE 964.7176 !.
JW |>I.{301) _Stark for' rent at low Call .....7015. 6/02 Itpd MOnag.m.nlCon..ullanl. 329 S. FL. TO DIlINK'THATI CECELU1RWILLEUR "
111111 1kL weekly rate Call 1000 TO 3000 ft. *, 7823790. 6/02 YOUR BUSINESS 205 N. temple Starkr1SPECIAL
..,.., T.mpl. *q front of llpd 468.1603. 5/26 2tpd 6/2 WANT TO :
:Mol.', 964-7397.; STOP'
9/16 Keystone Foil Office, fenced ROOFING i Carpentry
YARD SALE YARD EOW/tfn yard, call 4732014. HOMES work. New a repair Trainhauling THATIOUItSAlcoholic.
J SALE CLEAN MOBILE HOMES for 6/02 9tchg 6/30 All guaranteed. Anonymous '
TWO FAMILY rent. On Hwy.:16 W. Closeto FURNISHED I BR cottage in FOR SALE 933-2460 evening 6/02 ''' ''"0 964-S434 QUIET RETREAT ON 4.2 Acros
sale I I 1 9646894ALANON
garage : MOVING SALEi Woiher prlion. ,Call 4681323. town. A/C couple only no Itpd on 225-A.
June 4, 8 a..... to 2 p.m., 10/07 tfn.OCEANFRONT. "V Energy efficient near-
''Country Club. NE 2nd t. dryer fr..z.r, ,microwave oven ,, CONDOMINIUM pet, $175 9647231.month pluss.curity. MUST SELL, 'FIRST MOR HOUSE, PAINTER Experienced FAMILY GROUP ly new, stucco horn feature
window A/C 6/02 rate. Call
15th St. 6/02 I gal
ON SOl SOUTH Mpd furnace: triple dr....' RENTAL Itchg TOAOEt,'-tark. area. G.rald SlIco.., .....7625. 5/12 964-6219 great room w/flraplace. Only
Subdivision lonachamp w/nlaht. .land, gla. top W..kly tor monthly. Fully SMALL FURNISHED APT .$8,900 at 16X secured by 6/02 2tpd 6/09 13lpd $39,800.
Clothe. Sat., '.5. table w/4 choir, .nd furnl.l d 3 or; 3 BR Poole Suitable for one person. $39,000 pre srtl.s. Must MOWING 4 TRACTOR SIR-
furnltur., dishes. table,..' lamp. dishes, Jocuaa -Booch. Th. Ocean Utilities furnished, no pets, .ell because of death. VICE Afternoon a evenIngs .MAGNOLIA HOTEL. On. el Storke's lend-;
MISC.more ITEMSi 6/02 16 E.I Itpd paper back book, odd, Gallery A-I-A. South St.Augustin. phone ,....,...... 6/02 tin ((904)1)) 489-1463: between all day So,. A Sun.. mark with SS rooms, IB bothroo_. Appro
Ml to N.t. and .nd... 'Rallard SR.m .. 1-904-471-6663.:' chg 8 30 and 9 p.m. Monday phon.:702.3373,6/02 Itpd ,11,57 sq. It. Across from PO Woman' Club a
house to 12th tint b.tw-.Oote.Slollonond 4/28 6tchg 6/02 ALMOST NEW 3 BR. 2 BA through Friday. ../28 tfn BILL'S SAW SHOP Complete AXLES TIRES 2 axle + 4 Florida Bank.
6/02 ItpdMOVING on right F.rl. 8 Sat. Post Off Ice. 6/02 tpd NEAR HISTORIC ST. block house In city. CH/A BV OWNER' -.tory. 3 BR. 2 sharpening service, circular tires. We pick-up." $100, .40 A. Prime land off SR-23S.
BALD Jun. 'e FAMILIESi Olln Trailer AUGUSTINEiOceanfrontcondominium kitchen equipped. $330 'BA;' CHI A,' good 'location hand, carbide, chain You deliver, $125. Olin .47 Ac. of 100 W. B Brick ham., 40.000.
., furniture 3 -4.Relrlg. Pork from. till ? Fri. 8 rental. month, first and last month on NorthWalnut St. mower blade hollow Mobile Home Sale.. Hwy .29.9 Ac a Nice home Rd. 329-S4B, 00.
large Sat: A little' Weekly or monthly rental. rent. 933-2210 and 100 W Slarke.
le clothing dishes of everything after 6 p.m. $39.000.. Call 964-7347 or ground balanced 964-9606 ..
piano and 6/02 Itchg 2 BR; fully furnlihed, pool. 5/12 "tchg 6/02 533157. 5/12 tin Leave at Jackson Building 6/22 1.134 A, Prim. 301 frame house. S119.000.
Item. Everything trumpet misc. JUNE 3 4< Behind Powell beach. Pier Point South NICE ROOMS FOR RENTs KINGSLEV HOME 2. Supply In Starke, Keystone SOMEONE TO RENT TOWN O .SCTxIW en 301. Beet location. 110000.
964. Cl57. 6/02 mutt Itpd beold. Dairy Fr_... 6/02 Itchg A-l-A South, St.Auguitlne. Low weekly rates, wall to story lake L4)KE front home, Height or Lake Butler. or rent month to -58 Ac.. timber Highlands. 100000.
4 FAMUIISI Plant' THURS.t FRI. a SAT 9 till 4 19044713622. wall carpet, air and TV designed for round TFNchg month Office furniture, '.'rame home appro 21 ecre .....700.3 .
p.m. 1133 E. 8rownl_. 4/28 6tchg 6/02 964-9992 askFor Ann. year SEWING MACHINES typewriter, calculator. -
household 1R, 2 BA. CH/A. Beuent Rd. 514,700.4.7E .
Items Lawtey living. 3146 ft., S BR. 3
"Old Powell Place" CUTI, CLEAN HOUSE 2 sq. REPAIRED All makecleaned Also have one heavy duty .
corner 200-A and N.W. 97 Boys full bath acre on 230A a Wilson Rd. S11.00O.
bedroom, I both. carpet and
dlshe., oiled and ad. copying machine.
Ave., near Tatum Sawmill. *. 6/02 Itchg oddiend i 333 No. Walnut St. $350 LOSTFOUNDFOUNDt CHA A, Ig great room with lustsd. $19. Work Come by today and Hurry check' -location Lecatlonl' 1404 [. Call St.3 BR, 2 BA.
Sat., 8:30: rain or .hin.. month flrt-lat month fireplace, gameroom and guoront..d. James us out. THE OFFICE SHOP, CH/A en nice, larg. corner lot. Only $3f: .900.
6/02 tod 6 FAMILY Furniture, tool, rent deposit. Call) 464-7347 A Great Place to fully equipped kitchen, Strickland, corner MorganRd. 110 W. Coll St., Starke. HARD TO BELIEVE BUT TRUE. 3 BR. 2 BA brick.
SAT.JUNE 4s 22S W. Lowtey. all ,kind. of mlc. Item, or 5332157.28 tfn R.nt Office Furniture and screened dock house, and Hwy. 16. TFNchg 964.9764. tfnSubscribe LR. DR, K, enclosed garage on Perkweod. Asking
'1 "Slmco Barrel toddle, tack Frl. ft Sat., 1450 Walnut SUMMERHOUSE BEACH i Equipment. Rent to own or undeck and covered boat TYPEWRITER REPAIR Call Today $' 1,000.
3 pd. bike, furniture, or :301 South. 6/02ltchg. RACQUET CLUSOceanfront month to month. THE OFFICE lilt. By Owner 190000. the Office Shop 110 W. ROOMMATE Mature adult MOVE RIGHT INi Charming brick S BR 2 IA
too)., clothe, booki, baby SAT., JUNE 4i Atari and condominium rental, SHOP, 110W. Call St., Call 904-264-1183 Call St., Starka, for detail. no children, acces to 3 BR! home w/l,. family roam i fireplace. Country
clothe., cradle 69 Honda tape, $200| bed, chain, weekly or monthly. Fully Storks 964-9764. tin 9042644812. 5/19 7tchg .....57.... tfn home, call 7823107. 9/19 Club area. $10,000 cash to moto. Priced to
S50. Look for sign 6/02 all .1.. clothe*. Off 230 art furnished 2 Or 3 BR. Tennt, 6/30 .' GLASS CUT TO ORDER Itpd 'selll.",) '
FIRST'TIMIi Crllfl 13th St. Watch for *lgn*. racquetboll-pool-beach.' Door, window, CHEST FREEZER 9 CHARM AND COMFORT of
loop MISCELLANEOUSFREE 1 BR, l'/t BATH modern kitchen etc. to 12 cu. n.arly new 1 BR, 2
past '.econd railroad 6/02 ItchgMECHANIC A-I-A South St. ft., call after BA
Augutlne. cedar panel den, living JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY 5.45 p.m. or stucco In Conerly Estate* w/tradltlonal
trailer on left. Clothef' TOOLS valve 1-904-471-1903. "1286tchg 964607B. Order olio all day Saturday. 431-1132 fireplace a pretty fully equipped kltch.n en .
Ig. office,
mlic. Item. Fri. Sun.6/02 kit. wrenche.,timing light, 6/02 KITTENS Six week old room patio token In lake Butler, 6/02 Itpd. lovely acre of land.
S. lOOt I mil. out of city furniture, Early American FOR LEASE Stark, unfurnished I and adorable. 964-7919. 2 car garage, n.w wall to 496-3079 and Keystone AXLES i TIRES Two axle CRYSTAL LAKE HOMESITESt Corner lot

limit* on left. Fri. A Sat.; sola bed, 2 wing chain, I 3 BR, 2 bath. 1990q. 6/02 1 tchgREPOSSESSED wall carpet,*new roof, new Heights, .73.4973. 2/26 tfn and four tire*. Highest pro*. 1631 sq. ft. In home. Flagstone fireplace-Ap,
June 3 S ... 6/02 Itpd oak ch..t. Out SR-16 W/ ft. home on 1M acre lot SIGNI' chain link fence, price FAMILY HAIRDESIGNERS price paid. Green' 2-cer one. Lake
406 through ground In residential' area. Fenced Nothing downl Tak. reduced for Immediatesale Welding garage. acces* te one of our
MIDGES STr Aero*. prison to r overpayment Shop 301 South most beautiful lake. SP.SS..GOO..ISTATI .
from City Park. 9 30 to Cherry Dr:, turn right to back yard CH/A $350 *, $58 monthly. 4' must cr... to ap ,t44 W. Call St. Starke, FL. 964-9007. .6/02 SALE IN
":30. Sot., June 4. dead end turn '''oil on' mo., first ,and lat; plu- x 8' flashing arrow sign. preciate. S6 .900. Phone '....7303 4tchg 623CHRISTIAN home situated lAWTEViRoom to roam. Brick
Women men, children Dogwood Dr., third houe ecurlty depotlt. Call even- New bulb, 'letter*. Hal. '....5508. 5/26 Stcha 6/16 nti.'. PAINTERS Free on 4.7 Impressive fenced acre
clothe, kitchen article on left. State House 626;' "", Ing./,...8702. 6/02 )Itchg Sign Call FREE FRESHLY PAINTED B T.W.'F ;9 Ill ...30Thyn. estimates, local w/barn. Perfect for postures i riding range
and misc. 6/02 llpdFRI. open 9 .m, Sat.;close 5p.m. MOBILE HOME 2 BR A/C, 1-800-626-7446 "any 11m.. papered. t 3* BR concrete .-11 AM HI 7 PM reference, Interior ex LOCATION, LOCATION BR 2 BA facing golf
6/02 Ig. clothe 6/02 IIpdMOTORCYCLES' block Sat.-9 Ill terior. For course ha Itl I Great property. Custom drape,
JUNE 3 l 9 a.m. to 4' yard dry.r, home In Storke with AM 3 PMAppointment heavenly lob at
p.m: CrIHI Loop follow 20* I. ADKINS STi Sat., Jun. part lurnlshed. .....S630 kitchen appllanc large a righteous price call super kitchen, fireplace, 2-cer one. garage,
the *lgn*. 6/02 Itpd 4, 3 famille*. 6/02 Itpd after S ...m.. 6/02 Itpd dining room, living room Not Always Necessary170n 964-9209. 6/02 2tpd 6/09 gr..nhouse. Fantastic view. Owner financed.
3. FAMILY! Frl. a Sat., June 2 MOBILE HOME) 3 BR Iumlhwd. with fireplaceand attached COUNTRY ESTATEiS BR, 2 BA brick home
S 3, 9-9. Follow *'lgn*. near 114S month plus $100' workshop $250 month, BRADFORD SEPTIC SERVICE Classified Ads w/lamlly room 8. fireplace, Ig. porch 2-car
MOBILE depoiit. 964-8704 after Residential garage, trailer hook-up facllltle k other
Air | pump-out
prison. hockey 174 HONDA
gom. 750-lOUR, security deposit required.
baby Item and lot of HOMES 4:30 p.m. or"'all day Sat. '12,000 original mile, dull, | Call 964-6968-etenlngs\ andw..k.nd. $55, we also re-lay drain Get Results nenltles. All located en B lovely acre |lust '. i..
mlc. 6/02 and Sun. I tchg 6/02 IIn... 9648121. 11/18 tfnondominium of town.
IKhg407i FOR SALEm keep In garage! .. 6/02 ItchgUNBWTNIHVO
CENTER STt '2 famllle.. i. t. .... ,. .-. 3 BR 2 BATH CB house for excellent HOUI.UIc".fotwIIIo027. .'J">: "' :::+'>..>:.; ):(- : : ... : .. BOTH TOWN t COUNTRY You can have your .
tiCliMegpil a. reteAnc4tem .V ...tu.bnlho._ .l one I 'X4IM -Mierd. .FeMeet tHIaIg..uboIl.dlvillon ir 69d4.371kf! : ; 'o.il for "Nak,1 2 or 3 -- coke and eat h tool y.*, you ere |lust minute I
I .: HGB>lead beibnurt evr6'....MN4L1k1tHd)"""" > >eALvlb', ?JIwy" 964.5423 16 jMMenfa. ,'! P: "05I_ _.t'B R'lidln1gfa Mi a L "'I'r'I e nfro"t, :g.e. 'from'town but, have oil the .beauty, of a country. ,.
'New:,end UsedHome ..Mobil."".| 964-6221.RalforaV 5/26 tfn chg or 6/02. 'IJU.,'8/09 QR" ,.II' ...,1&lIfn1": ,,, -family' room. .": c9 r 1 t'3irind.'larg.; elegant brick home'with. .
V V for tale. WalterBud flrepMei .CMf\ 964-9999. .perk ling lmmpreslve private 20>x40' swimming
( ) Alvarex Invite you or i 6/021tehd Rental pool. Selling/ price $73: .OOO. I
Charles p, MesaerI to come out and browe. I RAIFORD/LAKE BUTLER CBS Weekly er Monthly Realtor ,
really LOVE Highway 1eSouth, Fully furnished 1-3 BR ---
HOME 3 BRa 1% bath;
i NEED,and MISS YOU Palatka, Florida. :329-9991 "i ERA FAULKNER REALTY, .garage, utility, room, 1404 PoolJacusxlBeachOcean 'EXCELLENT BUY:Lovely 3 Subscribe Today!
ii i Your Other Self or 328-4602. 3/31 tIn j, Realtor sq. ft. on I ace-.. $29,900, Galary BR, Home on /* Ac. Plus loIn BRADFORD / :
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193 FLEETWOODi 14x92, 2 -'r 964-5065 $1.200 dowrtl\> by owner. Augustine country. $29,900. COUNTY

BR. 1 both see to appreciate. 1-792-6238 on }-755-"''''. 1.904.1714663Wkly.** .9 AC WITH B'RN.'septic. TELEGRAPH
I Call after 4 p.m., 4 BEAUTIFUL FENCED ACRES with 3 BR,2'/ BA.. Two- 6/02 2tpd 6/09 well, a SOLD >we>r pole.
anytime weekend, story home with twlmmlng pool. 10X assumable mortgage. or Monthly' fencing. ..o.900. 964-6305 1li l I 1 1I 1l
For Complimentary 4681809. 6/02 2lchg 6/09 Good price MSOO. Fully furnished 2-3 BRs BANK REPO: Commercial I

S Facial or InterviewCall 1470 MHi' With, lake OLD HOUSE 8. POLl BARN On 29.1 acre, trees, fenc ,SubscribeWHO TennlsRocquetballPoolBeech prop.rty. Hwy 301. Block I Bargain Center I I
: ((904) 533.2557COSMETICS. privilege 1 yr. 1 lea**. First ed. $56,900. Beach bldg 2,400 sq. ft. on 1.37
: ..last month In advance, 21' ACRES 'fenced: Barn for horse.. Fleetwood Summerhouse ac. Paved parking. 301 S Storke ; '

$300 ,per month, plus, ''doublewlde with large build-en. 4 BR, 3 BA. Many extra CAN SELL B Racquet Club BEAUTY SHOP barbershop 964-6679
i ecurlty deposit. Coupl. .. Must see to believe. sB,000. Some 9X financing. AVON BETTER A-I-A So. St.Augustine190447MSOS skating rink some *e*

.' only, ,no' pet, 964-7231 equipment. S28.00O. Windows
,after S p.m. 964-8760.6/02 .._.:...:. THAN YOUTGive *** .2 BR 2 BA frame home on .Doors
: .tchg Call Lucille) Spry, Aicoclat u* their name and Weekly or Monthly 2 ac. CH/A. 'large porch .pve PIpe VACUUMSALE
G 2 BR fully furnished utility room area. Ha .Plumbing Supplies
phone number. If.they ... extra
964-8420 are selected, you may Peal Beach septic tank < power Water Softner
;, choose a prise from our Neer historic St. AugustinePier pole for trailer. $' 0.000. Used Furniture
Paint South '3 BR, 2 BA C/B with I USED
.Classified Ads prise folder. CALL OR large
ta'f.ofyn ElJu Ttur WRITI MILDRED HINKll. A-I-A So.St.Augustine covered patio. CH/A, 6 Electric Appliances We Finance Our Own

Get Results I P.O. Drawer B, lok. 1-904-471-3622 celling fans, water sot tour, KIRBYS
Beauty Consultant "..SlChe/m (19,000.
Old Barn Geneva n 32610. ROYALS

: Door .475-247.. I I: ,.,': :.....;:;..,.:-'p-J\-:\ ;: Fish SPORTSMANS comp Sampson DREAM Lake.: r EUREKAS ,
54 2.72 ac., 156 ft; on Sampson -
Sales A Service Lak., 76 ft. on canal Special Insurance for ELECTROLUX

bar room, game room, bait Mobile Home Parks FILTER QUEENS
g New & Used ,. PINE FORESTAPARTMENTS and tackle shop living .All types of SEARS

O Furniture, MacrameDishes quarter, boats and homeowners policies for COMMERCIALWe
kicker mobile homes. repair all makes

.Etc.. .3.S AC. track of beautlfuf Call for Quote *
1.2 A 3 Bedroom Apts. pasture, 12,900 per track AI Young'sSince

-c Repairs.... .i/rom '150' te '297'" contract already' pending Olln's Mobile 1957
Large & Small : on two.
'10 AC. mobile home Home Sales. 964-6918

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; btow-ops ia our bis&ff: 'Llf.CTR'CAL".. ... =/ a AIR CON 0.IREFRIGE 964.7303Class1fied 6x12 8x12 10x12 12x18' I I I 468.1455 I

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'The Mod or*Mowing our pries to tad Hampton,
: ttwyrreblowMq Dundrads oidolWs" oN our mrsoSy 1 rock= -bottom lows, r : Ads Inquire at Suzuki-Kawasaki of ,Starke
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Sos u*right$ away to as*'in on ftiss*td 0ubu.lYlowPtt1: SERVICE ;
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,. :.. i Mr.Clyde Terwillegar,Jr. I" .
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i i Starke,Florida, 32001 ,
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Dear Clyde: ,
ai ;, It Is a pleasure for me to congratulate you upon being one of a select group of
I I Individuals who,In 1903,will celebrate 25th anniversary as a Ford dealer.Wee
appreciate this lasting and rewarding relationship,and Lknow. you share our
.,- i I'--.4'-- pride for these many years of mutual progress.
/ In commemoration of this fine association,we look forward to awarding you a
., handsome walnut plaque with silver medallions as a symbol of our esteem.
Your plaque represents achievement over a.long period of time.I hope you will
display your plaque to all who visit your dealership.Presentation of your award
will be made by your District Sales Manager,Lea Brown .
It Is a privilege to have been associated with you,and we look forward to
many more years of.a mutually. beneficial relationship. Best wishes for your.
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Clyde Terwillegar, founder and president of Ter-, Louis E.Latalr .
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C t willegar Motors, a plaque for 25 years of sales and VP&General Manager
p.1\J service to Bradford County. Ford Motor Company
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