Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 9, 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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Bulk of the rain during the day Tuesday when Starke recorded 3.55 }.'1' \ .
Inches from 8 pm to II p.m. Tuesday. Almost one Inch was recorded here SECTION SiObltuarlM .\ Ot-\
during a tli-minute i period' al Tuesday when thunderstorm conditions brought . . . .,... IIClaltKlad. The Sweetest Sv ...,oerrU& This Side Heaven
wind guests and a twister that destroyed Iwo lumber sheds at LongchampGraduation .. . . .Peg.. 10.11 24; :
Homes on US.301IOUlh. News arils. . . .. <'.'. 7-t ,. : 104th Year STARKE, FLORIDA 23 Cents Copy
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Set June 27 AiringSet

Friday Night '. e. 2i'i

For 145 Seniors on Gas Tax

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143 seniors will march to the strains of "Pomp and Cir
cumstance" tomorrow I Friday, June 10) at 8 p.m. on the
Bradford High football field.

Valedictorian of the class of 1983 Is Suzy Alvarez who ,
posted a 3.739 grade point average. Salutatorian Is Lori Commission
Ann Flynn who posted a 3.6 grade point average. .I'"l' \ By
Miss Alvarez Is the daughter of Mrs. Betty Ann Powell : : \
and Billy Alvarez, and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. ,

''Tommy Lewis of Starke and Mr. and Mrs.J.W. Alvarez of A June 27 public hearing is set on the proposal for a 2-cent or 4-cent per gallon
Starke. .I tax on automotive fuel sales within the county.
Miss Flynn Is the daughter of Charles Flynn of Starke 1 p "Boy, that's going to a hot potato," said County Commission Lawrence
,;and Mrs. Judith Fetterhoff of Lykens, Pennsylvania.Stuart Mosley.
Obed Pauley,.son of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Pauleyof { The 8 p.m. Monday, June 27, hearing will be the only public airing of the problem
I.awtey is the only other high honors sludent,,with a j..4: before the July 1 deadline the county commission has to act. It will take
,grade point average of 3.5 or higher. 4-1 vote of the commission to impose a 4-cents-per-gallon fuel tax or a 3-2 vote to
Eight more members of the Class of 1983 are graduating impose 2centspergallon.Opposition .
,with honors, meaning a grade point average of 3.0 to 3.5. to a county gas tax was made clear Monday by Commissioner
They areSuzanne: Homer Hart who cast the only vote against authorizing the drawing up of In-
Renee Ball, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bubby terlocal agreements to be signed by Starke, Brooker, Hampton, and Lawtey of-
Ball of Lawtey. ficials. Under probing by Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr., Hart said the board
Edward Dale Crews of Mr. and Mrs. Edward D.
son will be seeing some more no votes.
Crews of Lawtey, That means if a 4-cents-per-gallon gas tax passed all four other commis-
Thomas,Reginald (Tommy) Crosby, son of. Mr. and t sioners must vote for it. Those four.are basically reluctant to impose new taxes
Mrs. Jimmy Crosby, Sr. of Bayless Highway. but see no other alternative.
Brian Allen Davis, son of Mrs. Bonnie Davis of Brooker. ii J ,What they see as no alternative is a looming $243,000 budget shortfall when
Carol Elizabeth (IBeth) Francis, daughter of Mr. and i- commissioners begin work on the new spending bill at 8 p.m. the night of July
Mrs. Charles Francis of Starke. ___ ;' ; .- 11, after their regular monthly meeting. Budget requests are expected to be
Donna Carol Prescott, daughter of Mr: and Mrs. over a million dollars more than anticipated Income. .
Vaughn Prescott of Kingsley Lake. Clerk Gib Brown originally estimated a budget shortfall at $200,000, but said
Daniela Ann Rigby daughter of Mr.'and Mrs. Charles } 9 I tiii when he and auditor Pat Farnsworth ran the figures up recently it came out at
Rigby of Starke. $243,000. Brown also told the board he is including In the proposed expendituresevery
Robin Diane Stern daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland, request and leaving it to the commissioners to do the cutting.
Stern of Stern's: Roar, Starke.In .
"You need all you can get," said Clerk Brown when questioned about his feel-
their freshman ,year 'the current senior class Ings on the proposed gasoline tax and the budget.
numbered 344. Over the past four years 199 of the class of Commissioner Maxie Carter Jr. wistfully wished fora property tax reductionIf
1983 has dropped out of school or moved away. The class the gas tax is passed. But that prospect looks dimmer and dimmer the more
went Into iu sophomore year'with 281 members; Into Its the commissioners learn about the upcoming budget.A .

'Junior year with 224; and its senior year with 198 students. 4 cents-pergallon fuel i lax would raise some $544,000 In Bradford County
students. end of this school year the class numbered 181 according to the latest state estimates. If such a gas tax had been in effect it
Of that number, 36 are non-graudates. Of the 36 would have raised $108,240 in the first quarter of Jan., Feb., and March, according
non-grades, 7 are classified as juniors. YJ.dh to information gathered by Zoning Director L.M. Gaines.
The remaining 29 non-grada completed the senior year
but will not get a diploma or be allowed to participate in, The gas tax revenue must be shared with the municipalities in the county. A j
ceremonies. division according to population has tentativeiy been agreed upon between. the .y.
23 seniors failed the required<< kenlor EhMlsH: courae. Of. .County and UM towna., .... ."' '
the 25 senior Tb ciUeorwould rec' Vve, some 'U 0 ot the .I..J.oou leaving..thecuunl' $r i
English.;'there Most ere failures iTor.iq'occurred study)lty'whofaited Irt the basic andy English ,_bal8nceofi393,000.:' *" i--" x lMhJT. *."':*, ;..':)'<-"" ->:: .'" ,

course, the next most in the standard English\ course, and The current County Transportation Fund includes $101,135 in property'tax'
the fewest failures bcccured in advanced English according "W K, d..ti.Y funds, $62,821'' in federal revenue sharing funds, plus several other smaller
to Principal Jim Duncan. Y funds that could be diverted back to the General Fund to shore up the expected I

Duncan says BHS officials are planning graduation for A shortfall.
the football stadium to accommodate all the people, but 4 r The $363,000 could be used to replace the some $175,000 which the Road
will change to the BHS auditorium in case of rain. Department is now supplemented. That would leave $188,000 of new dollars in
Guest speaker will be Dr. Alan J. Robertson, presidentof a the road fund which could be used to maintain the paved secondary roads which
Santa Fe Community College, a name familiar to many 3' have been turned back to the county by the state and hopefully Clerk Brown
Bradford citizens. ,.. says have some funds left over to pave new roads.At .
The opening prayer will be given by senior''class t the first public hearing on the issue May 18, commissioners got nothingbut
member Diana Leigh Crawford. Senior class president 1n" r i ti flack from gas dealers and trucking company operators about current expenditures
Mary Louise Watterson will make the introductory + .a ip Mkt and the gas tax proposal."If .
remarks. you raise taxes, do it somewhere else," said Jerome Johns, president of

Welcoming address will be given by Lori Ann Flynn, Gator Freightways. \
class salutatorian. Farewell address will be delivered by Commissioners noted Monday that those present May 18 don't represent all
valedictorian Suzy Alvarez. the people of Bradford County, and that the big trucks are. hardest of all on the

Principal. Jim Duncan will perform Introductions. county's roads.
School Supt. Tom Casey will flip the scarlet and grey Also noted at the May IS public hearing and at Monday's meeting was the
tassel from left to right on the cap of each graduate, shake estimation that tourists will pay about half the gasoline tax.
the graduate's hand, and present what appears to be a Of the 65 persons present May 18, mostly representing trucking interests,
diploma.In nobody wanted more taxes. In fact, the businesmen present such as Jack

reality the senior doesn't receive his real diploma il Hazen, James Davis, and Johns, urged the commissioners to cut back on ser-
until after graduation when he must first go by the BHS office F vices and employees instead of raising new taxes.
n And, there is the fact that the voters of Bradford County twice have turned
and turn in his and and remaining
bills owed the high school.cap gown pay any \ 11 rr I down a one-cent per gallon gasoline tax, both limes by 2-1 margins. .
The processional and recessional will be played by the Now, however, the county commission is empowered by the state to levy up to
award-winning Tornado Marching Band. four cents per gallon without a vote of the people. It is the four cents the state

The National Anthem will be sung by Adrian Leander dropped when the sales tax on gasoline, 5.7 cents per gallon was added.
left the four cents for the counties to take up, if they need additional
Davis, a member of the BHS chorus.
The BHS Alma Mater led by Music Director Don Har- revenue.
Bradford County is at 9.3 mills of property tax now,and the 10-mill cap Is only
dy, will be sung by all.
The closing will be given by senior class member some $80,000 away.
Harold Even if they pass a 4-cent fuel tax, county commissioners may still be lookingat
Bobby Epps. from the courthouse. Clerk Brown said Monday all the
cutting some positions
Ushers and usherettes for the graduation ceremoniesare
elected officials are going along with the commission's edict not to raise
junior class members Michelle Kimutis Adrienne Be For Real Friday Night... '
Pollard Theresa Ricks Michelle Stilwell Renee Wimberly salaries this year.
1 Julee, Wise, Robert Carver, Kevin Johns, Thomas Rosalie Robinson and Andrew Strickland: are their cap and gown and pay any bills... only The sheriff's budget is down some $1,000, the clerks is the same, the super
Johnson,Gerald Petteway, John Tlnsler,and Gary Tyson. just honing around getting he feel of how It'll then will they get their real diplomas. visor of elections budget is up slightly because there Is an election next year.
and tax collector still out, but expected
Senior Class officers are Mary Louise Watterson, president be Friday night when the graduating seniors Budgets of the property appraiser are
John Wesley Bennett, vice-president Susan Dawn will have their tassels flipped and will loss Rosalie U the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. soon. .
; ; Alvarez has July 1 deadline to report the tax roll to the state and
and Teresa Bauldree treasurer. their hats In exuberance. Robert E. Robinson of Starke.ndrf'w is the Appraiser a
Alvarez secretary, Lynn ,
Motto,of the Class of 1883 is "Wherev.r you got It I*you?. After graduation the seniors will have to cut- son of Mrs. Gayle-A. Hurst of Slarke and Town- has said he will have some figures ready for the board by told 11 on how much
own friends who make your world." lain ,their exuberance until they can turn In send Strickland of Kingsfoy! l-ukr. revenue the tax roll is expected to bring In, Clerk Brown commissioners.

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,I I No One Appears Against Nursing Home :Bonds" ; June 27 Final Approval Set I

commission to be) free. home will be'able to meet times debt service, Reardon said. The room conference room, meditationroom .the closing then turn the bond Issue
j J Not a soul appreared Monday after.. county tax nursing a new nurses station and a new over to the trustee.
> noon, 'June 6, before the Bradford There U no financial obligation to the payments on the $3.3 million Issue,' lowest coverage, 1.17 times debt service front entrance. The enabling agreement has been
j County' Commission to protest the county however; county attorney Dudley Hardy' is in 1984.A Pans are to build the new facility, drawn up so the county commission
j potential $3.J million bond l Issue to, Bonrattorne; Is the firm of Holland assured the commission back on May ; lengthy waiting list exists. Nursing In- tranfer patients to It, then a $500,000 will have little involvement with the
! add 71 beds ,to the, Starke' Nursing, and Knight of Lakeland. J.. after getting assurance from Bill home officials see no problem renovation of the current nursing adminstration of the bond Issue. But,
Home. Nursing home owner J.D. Griffis Is Mayer,legal counsel' for the Issue, filling the larger facility; in fact, they home will begin. the commission can have as much or
II The bonds need to be Issued by July represented by Lake Butler attorney and attorney John Reardon, counsel Cite a crying need by area residents In The entire facility will meet 1981 as little input as it desires, it has been A
Carroll. Carroll said the the bond underwriters. Hardy with relatives in nursing homes
1 because a new federal law require Wayne group standards J.D
travelto federal ,,says, owner. ,
bonds issued after. that.data to be Is talking with the Florida National presented a feasibility study by the other cities to I.which- they must Grlffls. told.Originally, the county Development
additional ., and Barnett Bank officials in nationally-known CPA firm of May visit. Issue the
: registered, which would cost an The expanded nursing home will Authority was going to
'Jacksonville to be the trustee for the of the 10 largest CPA Two new wings will be added In
$60,000 said CountyAttorneyDudley Zema one or from 49 .employ 42 persons,double.the present bonds. But a new federal law reqlures
of beds
>Issue. firms in the' nation,, according to the number be by
Hardy. ; staff, Griffis. tax free bonds to approved an
A 7:30 p.m.June 27 meeting was set> ,, The commission passed an enabling Reardon. to 120. New facilities will also includea Duties says of the county commission elected body. DA members are ap,
for final approval of the 30-year bond resolution for the bond Issue May 2. The nursing home will have dietary activities facility physical therapy will be to approve the issue attend .pointed by the governor.
Issue,which must be approved by the :There la no question but that the.In .revenue 1.17 times debt service to 1.5 facility. room, dining

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Your .Commission ,Committee to Probe Reviving 11
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I '.\,,\ '" .,1 A committee 'of County Commis ,"1 think rabies chn. :s are an ex- ready access to .veterinarians, but lengthy! line waiting, there is no
ftofey' Swimming" iessons.w. >' -. > sionersHomerHart; and Maxie cellent means inoculating pets," says there'U no need for cllncis In this chance for such other treatment or
; six Carter Jr has been named to consult 'O'Neal told the. county commis area which Ia 'well supplied with '
'A-unique'serieg of lessons'! gives youngsters 'as young a -
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he are
t 'with local veterinarians about holding slonem. veterinarians. Parrish says opposed Parrlsh's office
r monttypld cond."Ce\ In the water-arid their parents; .bone. peace ,annual clinics to Inoculate. animals O'Neal l explained r that the Humane to Starke veterinarians coming scheduled for a 10-minute discussionof
'. ". -" .' ,.. iMtii+ .;. annual rabies Into the Keystone Heights area to hold preventive health care for his pet
. O fnloct:;. ,- : > .1'1'''VH /M, i..,.. ,.against rabies. : ,Society wants to revive
; H":. .. i : : -' '," ".!-, / .. ( Request for revival of annoy! rabies clinics In: the' county. He said the Innoculatlon clinics for rabies. Parrish says. be' .
. Play QpWln 110......* I ,'' ,'... '.1(, f fjty, "'j.j \ *, .?', f clinics came from the county' newly Health Department stopped having Parrish says his rate for iruwculatlons Dollars might well (; better'In
the Stork Club: -f i I..r 'i': organized Humane Society but was the clinic after Dr. Larry Parrish a are about as low In price as they pet treatment education- clinics
I A Uf.new' play open. of; ... Country. ; ,|I relayed through County. Sanitarian teterarian with offices on SR-100 In can be. Plus his when a person brings an ParrUh points out.
'' i ''i .,'*,''' it I ''I. ":i 'I' i> .'' u/I .DarreU O'Neal when ,the Humane'' Clay west of Keystone animal into ,office, the owner may O'Neal..ld local' ta, Dr. JamesE.
Roping Club Results+ ,..,/ .? .' ,'. '' > .' > <- ? .Society representative did not show* Heights, toms fined.Dr also want the untmnal such 'checked intestinal for Pcnnington. and Dr, R.S. Mullins
.' The Bradford Roping Club holds; their monthly tournament. ,up for the. Monday" Jung 'e,:' county; ; ParrMi says he la'not opposed 'other things,' are Interested In rabies clinics. ,'
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Proposed Borrow Pit

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taws) Heavy Opposition. i,, j Ix r

Opposition (to U potential borrow pit ureaa. Zoning Director, h.M. Gaines, .. ,4. isfj
on C-2IB at Silver Lake near agreeing with Commissioner Mosley; ti+ + ,i!

i Keystone Heights was voiced to theI said the county, indeed, ,docs have j,.
I Bradford County Commission at its such an ordinance but wondered if the 4 ode = 1,4 4
Monday. June 6, meeting.Commissioners Department of Transportation mightbe
Joined Morgan in, unaware of it.
t' opposition to the proposed borrow pit. Gained was asked to write a letterto
l I\ A survey crew for the state Depart- Walt Skinner, who heads the
:II ment of Transportation declined to District office of DOT In Lake City, In-
admit to him what they were doing in forming DOT of the existence of the
the area, but Architect Don Morgan, county ordinance.
who has a farm in the area across the Morgan said DOT told him it wouldbe
.i. road from Silver Lake, said he got the willing to move to another site if
it information from Tallahassee. Area Morgan would find such a site. Com-
'. residents are opposed to having a borrow missioner Maxie Carter Jr. told
pit in the residential area and so Morgan It Isn't his place to have to
close to Silver Lake, said Morgan who find an alternate site, -"y 4
was spokesman for the four-person "We don't need any more borrow
delegation. pits in that area. We've got enough
i "Check with our able zoning director pollution there of our own Commis-
'> ." Commission Chairman sioner Carter stated. ,
Lawrence Mosley advising Morgan The Bradford County landfill and U ,( '
'0. the county has an ordinance proi borrow pit is across SR-100 just to the
i hibiting borrow pits in residential north of the Silver Lake area. aI

. nRescue Unit Answers 66 CallsThe I a i'', .' I} .I. k r,

Bradford County Rescue Unit Twelve calls were to trauma pa-
answered 66 calls during the month of lI'nl. nnri .I.h. rnlU w.r<. fn '
May. 46 calls required the transpor- automobile accident related trauma. 17 1
ting of 47 patients. 20 calls required no Six calls were to cardiac patients and
transporting, according to Director of four calls were to people with
Emergency Services Cliff Chapman. respiratory problems.
20 calls were Illness related and ,-
Taken to Bradford Hospital were 27 seven calls were obstretic patients.Two .
patients.. 19 were taken to other calls were to gunshot victims
hospitals. The back-up unit two calls were stabbing victims andone
transported two patients.Due person was dead when Rescue ar-
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to mechanical problems with rived.
Rescue 60, Unit 75 from Keystone Two calls were to people in emotional Hampton Smarties... :
Heights transported two patients crisis situations. One call was These Hampton Elementary Students made straight 'A' on their report Broome. the middle I )from I Ito r)1 Jose' Aullei. Kimberly Wilson, Shannon
Unit 50 from Lake Butler and a unit alcohol related. cards From left to right on the front row: Tim Crews Julie Collins Steve Edwards and Angela Baker In the rearfrom) I to r): Joseph Miller Fye I
from Alachua County each Six calls were cancelled, said Chap- Lewis. C.K. Fuqua Sony Hodges. Tracy McCullough and Christina Cruze, Danielle lleney and Cindy Davis.
transported one patient.Brooker. man.

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by Mr*. C.E."Sue" Davis was Cheryl, Griffis. Mickey Bath Heads by the Brooker PTA for the 1983-84 Treasurer, Virginia Crews and next year and wish students, parents, I'
phone 483-1344 Brooker Elem. PTA school year: President, Mickey Bath; Secretary, Kathy Hallmark. We are and staff members a restful and productive
LOCALS.... The following officers were: .elected. ..Vice-president: Jim'' Kendrick; looking for a good year with the PTA summer of 1983.,
New Officers Installed Congratulations to Brad Lee Cox on
By Riverland Music Club being a finalist in the Commissionerof 1

V e The Riverland Music Club met May Education's Pride Award. Brad .
X 12 at the home of Blanche Brown in received this award for his excellenceIn 4
-f Worthington Springs. communications In writing com- t
ir the petition. The award was presented to
New officers for 1983-85 years A
'ri were installed by vice-president Anita Brad at the awards night May 24,held ,
9 Countryman. After receiving theb at BHS. Brad is a senior at BHS and -p
will be June He also ,
graduating 10.
duties of each office, each new officer
works as a disc jockey at Starke'sRadio
was presented with a rose arrangement -
in a cut-glass bud vase. Station, WPXE, where he has
been employed for approximately; two
New officers are: President, Nell
Mann Vera years. Brad plans to enter Jones
; Vice-president, Clyatt; Jacksonville:
Mamie Jo Business In this fall.
Secretary, Douglas;
Treasurer, Virginia Crews. There he will major In business and
New members welcomed into the specialize in broadcasting. Brad Is
club were Edna Griffith and Myra the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cox
Johnson of High Springs and Deenie of Brooker. w .oJ'
,_.Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Colt! and,' '
Ward. After the business meeting the 01'/ .JI 1+rYti it rip -
members enjoyed a covered dish lun- daughter,Deena, entertained Mr. and,,, .I 4 f ai ids/1q 1 I t .p / v 1y. PG'r
Sutlerand p sry"r'.1/ b
Mrs. Mack Pressley of Lake
cheon served on the sun porch of the
Brown's home. Mrs. Jrfmes .Dean of Bristol,
The Music Club would like to take Tenn. at a dinner party honoring Mrs.
this opportunity to thank the people of Dean on her birthday at the
the area for their support at the club restaurant In town. After dinner the
bake sale held in front of Green's party enjoyed homemade ice cream
and cake at the Cox home.
last The sale
Grocery Saturday. was a
success and will enable the club to Members ((150 strong) of the Stokes
continue to the and Parker families arrived at Rock
as an inspiration youth
for the outstanding program the club Church recently from all over the
maintains in all phases of music. State of Florida and Southern Georgiafor
The Sonatina Music Club with an annual family reunion. After a
; counselor Nell Mann presented basket lunch at noon the group visited
: students in a piano recital Sunday, and reminisced with friends and
May 22, at Dedan Baptist Church. family before returning home with a
The following students presented a promise of see you next year same V

variety of selections; Jay Mann, Mr. time and place.. } ,
Recent guests of Mrs.' Horace
and Train
Turkey Freight ; Stephen
McLeod, Birthday Party and Sand- Stokes were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey i- ,;
man Is Near and Baseball Days; Pam Fipps, Jr. of Jacksonville, Madeline A .
the Cat and and Parker of Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. <
Bryant, Henry Betty
Bill; Sarah Douglas, Little Miss But- Rudolph Stokes and Mrs. Stokes' { J' 6
tercup and The Jolly Hunters Dream- mother, all from Orlando, Mr and
boat; Melissa Hislop, May Song and Mrs. Randy Stokes and Mr. and Mrs.
J.W. Harrell. Jr., all of Alachua.
Hootie Tootie Taxle; Sara McDonald, ,
Pancakes and Over the Rainbow; Congratulations go to David Wayne
Josh Crawford, Shovel That Snow and Sparks, a recent graduate of Lake CI-
At the Soda Fountain; Don McDavid, ty Community College, on completionof
Shovel That Snow and The Rodeo; and receiving a degree in Forestry
Ginger Adams, Palomino and At the Technology. While a student at LCCC, \
Soda Fountain; Nancy Contois A David maintained a 3.51 average, was
Folk Song and Dublin Town; Debby on the Dean's List tr*M times and thePresident's jr$249 *
McDonald, You're A Grand Ole Flag List one lime. Upon completing -
and Secret Mission; Tell White, On- college, David was hired full
ward Christian Soldiers and Smoke time by Farrena Tree Surgeon in I
Signals; Cheryl Griffis, It's Spring Jacksonville (where he had worked
and The Queen's Minuet; Debbie Par- during summer vaca '-in). David is ,
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sparks ;
rish, The Red Drum; Lisa Jones,
Abide With Me and Nadia'f Theme of Brooker.Mr. '
; 4 Luxurious s sti? ,
Joy Vellenga, Water Ballet and Cir- and Mrs. Archie Smith would s. genuineL.ZDOY
cus Capers; Mary McDonald. like to thank their many friends for
Wonderful Words 'of Life and Sky their prayers, flowers and visits to
Country; Jeanna Andrews, Runaway son, Mike, during his recent stay In k t 11
Pablo and Sonatina American; Donna the hospital in Gainesville. Mike was
injured during a recent ball game at
McDavid, Love in the First .
Chicken In the town ball park. .
Degree; Becky McDonald ReclindRockerCl'cha
the Corn and Rejoice, Rejoice. : r .
School News.... '
Kevin Starling,Duet No. 1. Spinning
Song and The Flaming Tamborine; CTBS Test Results In... t- ? ,sri, lounge or gently rock ,
Suzanne Dyal, Rustic Dance and The comprehensive test of basicskills Y ,a your cares In the lap of luxury away; I .

Endless Love; Bobby Contois, has arrived at school and was .. Choose from four -on.tha. _i ,+i
Moonlight Sonata and.It Is Well With sent .home with students Tuesday, -., eye tlyim very specially priced to .,
My SoUl. June 7.Parents. go easy on your )
Receiving awards for perfect attendance are encouraged to call or budge"i
In class were: Ginger Adams, come by the school for an interpretation ''" '" r-1 >' A. Rp299Cont.mporaryd.ige ,
Seanna Andrews Don McDavid, Debbie of the tcsu. tT :with podded arms. .
1 Parrish and Kevin s 'b" 1 1b
Starling. BAA Awards Ceremony v s
Certificates for Superior rating at Set Next Thursday ; ..,.. 249
the Florida Federation of Music Clubs The Brooker Athletic Association ,
Festival were presented ,to Ginger cook-out and awards ceremony will b II. & ,
Adams and Tell White. be Thursday June 16 beginning at B k'i l
Recognized for their Excellent p.m. at the school ballfiekL :
rating were Jeanna Andrews, Josh Hamburgers dogs, french triesCoke :269DtNMAjtK
Crawford, Don McDavid and Debbie. and other goodies will be servedfor TA Si

Parrish. $1 per person.Everyone. Is invitedto R.p. '369Modernwood'; ...._..., .1.1T
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,f. lU'T Stuff Writer',14 j During his first thrcu wwkn us iluy IIYN' Mc-f.olli.uiri{ "I 1 think hi- should
I time| murshul I'urmuleu bus written
lluinptiHi marshals urc: cracking slop the sredersl.as long as they ore
r ryvcIHSlickels' Kxicpt for ull/ :
""WI.on speeders In tin city uilil sonic, i, four in the city limits! .
F 1 of the niruns <>r using the radar arc' were:. for KixtcdinK McCollough: also painted out thai .
lime people think we should not going cast out if the
treating it IIi.rridrnts Ifurnpton spoon
controversy am.wt;<< '
'KIVO I people from Hampton tickets! ,
limit Hays 55! and corning: .n says :10
l.+*e+r Most people. "interviewed. i doy thi because it raises insurance and all .
Telegraph hltnO" tll'thenewly that. They 'should think about that Former couru:I'man' jiri'l mayor,'.,,<1
appointed' daytime'I ,mursh.il 1 before they start speeding," com- Curtis says "I think ho Is doing a good
John Parmaleo tickets. But minted Purmalce during an interview job, but it's nol right to do it out of the
writing ,
there have been city. its wrong if he's doing II,"
.l ; objections: Ui Parmalee .rt w et t' the city sitting limits about and KM yards,vehicles oulsidu for !the rli ratIon," commented: elected: ten have* been<< protested in county
just before clocking./ town marshal John Hodges, "Our .court. Five people who have gotten
they leave "tho
marker. city ,maid objective Is' to make this town tickets in Hampton are scheduled for
safe for everybody This Is a pl".rlown administrative hearings today
Legality of the Is
tlonrd. Assistant! procedure State's quest and a lot of the people<< walk." Thursday, June 9 j before County
Thomas Elwell told the Attorney' "He (Parma lee I is following my Judge George Pierce.
that the Tvh'itruph orders to write tickets and enforce I "This town is growing ll's nol going
answer to that would have
to '
be decided in court. SUrke !the law," says Hodges. not going to be a one horse town
attorney Another point of view came from forever" says marshal, Hodges "1
said in his
opinion, the is
lifetime resident Lester wish had
McCollough we mother one just like
legal as long as speeders are clocked "I talked to the and him.

'rl .'t.1/::+,.,.:'.. inside the city, but in 'pnop last!!." they told melt was highway not legal patrol for him to Parmalee also mentioned that he

Watch YOllio1'Speei1...... : .. .. s '< 1.:. n i I l IK not mow than :Hl mph uuywhrrr in the uy. J.'J4., *." John Hodges and Parmalee, alL long (Side." safely programs and might possibly
.. ..anlptC/n.' city iarahal. are cracking down... I .; The writing of the tickets him' caused considerable as the vehicle is still in the city limits "It ain't right it just ain't right, It's organize a crime watch program in
speeders. .. the. city As shown.on thpRlgn the"speed limit. 1 p?f ....'lr.\'t"rI,.. J jr.. ..' ,XT they still have (iirisdlchon..no matter (hurrassmon) Ix"r'nuse he is sitting In Hampton.
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; by Kelli Carver' Good Luck It l All students may pick up report Varsity: Mashell Brown,); Angel The annual was dedicated to Dr. annual in years
", .' ,,I' I cards Monday, June 13, through FrKf Folsom Michelle Stillwell, Donna Steve Miller, head of the Math
A Senior Tribute;.... I 'CrduaUon. j,, '", ( -1 : day, June 17, only. Don't forget.f !eta 4 P,'v Thornton, Lisa Dukes, Tanja Rigby Department who recieved a standing ,Last Words and Thoughts...
The seniors of 1982,83 will be walk- Kim Brown, Rhonda Sapp, Melanie ovation after his speech of thanks. When thing' go wrong
"In ending Tornado Talk for this ing the isle this Friday, June 10 at 8 Cheering us onU.! .. Wood and Dianne Wood.Congratulations Also during the ceremony entertainMent as they sometimes will,
,. year, I would like to pay a special p.m. in Bradford, High, Memorial The following girls have been. I We're looking was provided by Cathy Diggs, When the road you're traveling
tribute, to all the seniors of 1982.83.As -' Stadium. selected as our 1983-84 cheerleaders. forward to and anticipating a good. accompanied on the piano by Rennie seems all up hill/,
seniors you were a special partof The farewell address will be given They will be cheering us on throughthe football season next year. Lennon, who sang "Your Number When, the funds art low
school thls'year. And will be missed valedictorian Susie Alvarez. One In My Book'T and also Grand
by seasons,,. Hopefully to victory I and the debts are high
next year by all the underclassmen. I Salutatorian Lori Flynn will give the ,Dedication presented... Master Frank and !the Furious Five And you want to smile,
Would like to say, congratulations andI welcoming address. Congratulations, They are: An annual dedication ceremonywas who did a dance routine. but you have to sigh,
hope you succeed in' whatever you to both of you on your accomplishments. J.V.: Erika Gruen; Polly Griffis, given Friday June 3, by the annual When things' are pressingyou
wish to do.Although. Stacey Reddish Tammy Morrow, staff for all students. During the Several Inserts were read from the down a bit
your high) school days are Cindy Winkler, Trade Clark, Shilynn ceremony the annual staff was annual and after !the assembly they Rest (f you must....
over you have the rest of your life to Chaff Pam Clark,Terrie Fender and recognized for its good work during were distributed. Several students but don't you quit.
accomplish it.11 t Report Cards...??...., Tracy Rowan. the year. said It was the best presentation of the

"'://Bbwen ]Pleased as City Commission Shifts Animal Control to Utility Dept. I

.;iA; grinning' Police Chief Jimmy Langer,. pastor of'the First United "-Rejection of the application 'of reason for the $8,000 price given by $2,645;, Manning Fence Co. bid $1,870. Appointed a committee of Utility
Bowen could: : hardly contain himself Methodist Church of Starke, asked Michelle Dawson who petitioned for the North Central Florida Regional Director Merrill Dees Police Chief
when city commissioners moved to "as a resident of the area" how a an Rl-D classiilcation on six'acres, Planning Council Planning Council.' Received only one bid for reroof- Jimmy Bowen. and Attorney Terry
advertise ,an ordinance; amendment commercial firm could use property now zoned agricultural south of Commissioner Crosby said he has Ing the city fire house, a $4,200 price Brown to develop a policy of which city -
changing animal control "from the zoned residential for such a purpose. Starke on Alligator Creek on the west been In touch with the NCFPC's Scott from Gerald Griffis t onat. Co. The employees are provided with safety -
'Police Dept. to the Utility Dept. Commissioner,Crosby pointed out side of US-301. Dawson wanted to put, Koons and thinks a better price can be bid was accepted for evaluation. Attorney glasses at city cost. The problemarose
Jimmy Crosby Jr. the property. question* now owned in a mobile home to spend the winters" 'worked out. The council gave the gOo' Terry Brown advised the council when Clerk Neil Tucker said he
brought the animal control ordinance' by Ronnie Newman, Is zoned here. It was suggested she petition for ahead for Commissioner Crosby, Zon- it can accept or reject the bid, or simply wants to know what to pay and
It will establishpolicy and: ,agriculture a mobile home park. ing Board Chairman Walt Westcott, call for new bids. what not to.HAMPTON.
dhow city department heads to work -Approved the applications of and Zoning Director L.M. ,Gaines to
out the procedure. The amended ordinance Rev. Langer said his son could not Herbert Norman of Alton Road and" talk with the NCFPC and work out a
will be more flexible, rather ride his bicycle to school because of Austin Bell of Euclid Terrace for*' better price. .
that establishing such details as In the the heavy equipment going In and out Rl-D classifications a change froqri
current ordinance that a cow cannot of !the former Fate Brown property. Rl-C allowing Norman and Bell tol\", .the
bekept within 75 feet of a ,dwelling.Commissioner replace existing mobile' homes:)wilhr $521,000 Was expansion told project EPA-sponsored for the city *

'' 'YIJ''t'JCrosby;, saidL- *, ''J, Toolc'under 'consideration"'I'_"' t n+s'"Rl-DQ classlCicauon/'a Controversy\ arose mlnAire over theji!bf'tinobjeomes /i sewer plant is about 30 percent" comiJplete ; -"' .. ... ....... ... ... 'aw'e' .: ii "' 'II'1 nullVS / I'' ...... ,1,1., '.
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set up II' committee of Chief Bowen' for the Bradford itits'Choir.M J/}* when the Norman and Belt.easel were 4 phase 35>erceiit (t". '' '

Utility Director Merrill Dees,'and,CI- Ms. Hall, a teacher at BradfordHigh termed spot zoning.Approved ._ '.' /i"-'''' {28 percent. of the contract time has All'(persons living l in and around Hampton
ty Clerk Neil Tucker< f Fo set up the pro said she organized the choir to Jwi elapsed. I I
cedures. give the 26 ,young people, mostly the application of 4' "That fella started in the and ,
rain it
Commissioner CtOsby hopes the, black, something meaningful l to do my Crosby, the city commissioner, 1[ looks like he's going to finish in the are urgently urged to attend the next City
animal control function will be more The groups sings in local and area for an Rl-D classification for two lots fl: .
rain. It and he
kept raining just kept
efficient when less police oriented. churches and at civic groups, and has Streets on the corner of Epperson zoned and Euclid Rl-C. ,digging," said Commissioner Charles Council Meeting' Tuesday, June 14, 1983at
a chance to tour the western U.S. on a Schaefer, tossing a compliment,
,:.In other.June(7 action, the council: singing tour if money can be raised, Crosby abstained from voting on the contractor J.W. Meadors.for his work 7 Your attendance and
said Ms. Hall./ The group has been Norman, Bell and his case. on the jobTurned. p.m. input are
> ;Asked Zoning {Director L.M holding car washes at Hurst's Shell :
Gaines to find out if, a telehone sub- Station to raise money : over two bids for fencing needed with our law enforcement problem.
'contracting firm is properly ;USIng a' Was told an interpretation of what
in Starke to store the council wants done in reviewing the county shop to department headsto
lot on SR-16 east Upheld the city zoning board i i In
equipment t and supplies.! Rev. Warren, four recommendations: the city's comprehensive plan Is ,the.;... evaluate.! HandyMan Fence Co. bid

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state's wildlife management areas form will be the:; first thing that which permit applications will be accepted

over the past few years,' you ,are applicants will notice. }? .
familiar with the quota hunt permit The old three-part 8"xl2" form Used All quota applications receive
since has been replaced with from June 1 through 4:30: June 10
application form. welt, the old form 1076 a p.m.
..bit the dust." and that's just one of 3* x 8 3/4 postcard," White explained. will be Included In a random selection' That Will Make'F7 therWay:
the changes in store for hunters this "Instructions and hunt choices with quotas filled through this selection
will appear on a separate sheet of 'process" White said. "After !the

year.. Eddie i IWhlte, who' heads! 'up the paper provided )withi I each, random selection, any, remaining, I
quota permit program) for the Game ap licatlon." quotas will be filled as applications,
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0EDITORIAL' "' ,::1.i : ,' ,'; i- "\: : w t.:, .. t h ,I' I'i I" j r It'wax a great day the final tot Keystone load of llmerock Heights '

-- [ an'dumpl'd at the KII city gates on June,
r1; IT! l"iH. cunnectlng the two towwjby, Old, ','J ,.J
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Bradford : :\., f 1 R' ,. City and Falulka. legend on the water! iW.,i,, '
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18 Percent by 1990 t '.: ./ Heights Thf: Chaulouqua y ,(,, ,,

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[ creasmgly worse, during this decade,' Bradford County, with a present .. ? jJu 11fl ',r..

.. Dr. Smith said, because "The more people population! of 20,689 is projected to shoW : s L ,..!

there are, the greater the demandfor a gain of 18 percent to an estimated total, __ .

new schools, new and improved of 24,400 by 1990, according to a projec

highways, more and larger prisons, and lion by the Bureau ot Economic

improved sewer systems." Research at the University of Florida' :

One factor determining Florida's Union County's gain is' projected at

ability to cope with a larger population only nine percent, which would increaseits

s is the age of migrants entering the population from the present 11,307 to

S, state. Older residents require a higher 12,300 by 1990.Figures L{3
Y level of community services and con- K
for both Bradford and Union
tribute smaller of the tax
a percentage
include inmates in Florida State Prison
base that supports these services.Dr. .
(Bradford) ;, and Union Correctional In-
Smith says that a majority of stitution and the Reception and: Medical II

those moving to Florida are under age Center (in Union).
65, but that more than 17 percent of thestate's
Clay County with Its
Neighboring ,
population is now over 65. By
fast-growing Orange Park area, has'a
1990, he said 19 percent of all Floridians
of 35 from its
will be over 65. projected growth percent,
present population of 72,050 to 97,000 by'
Dr. Smith, whose population studios 1990. '

are financed annually by the governor's Florida's population growth is expected
Lawrence Brothers Saw Great Potential
office, does not expect state government to jump 2.7 million during, the
to start limiting growth in light of
this the nation's fourth
1980s, making '
his He believes that local
governments are more likely to control largest state by 1990. Of Brooklyn Area for Development ,

their populations, but even then, it will Dr. Stanley Smith, bureau resear- ,

be the "reality of everyday life" that cher, said that migration from other

will be the final growth control. states is the single greatest cause of 'In early 1919, a young married couple, early settlers also hoped to reap big profitson where the Woman's Club is now located,
When water in south Florida becomes growth in Florida and that it is difficultto John and Agnes Lawrence wintering in pecan groves, little knowing that pecan The Chautauqua was promoted by the J.C.
project because of shifting economic Florida as refugees from the cold of their trees would not thrive in the light sandy Penny Foundation, developers of Penny
scarce, when air becomes too noxious to conditions across the nation. He said home state, Pennsylvania, visited Starke soil. Each family locating In the area obtained Farms, a community for retired ministersand
breathe, and when acid rain pollutes is much in boom ,In their search for an attractive site for a at least ten acres of land surroun- their wives, located on SR-18 between
lakes and streams, and high land values that migration higher ., new community, designed to attract new ding the town in order to have plenty of Camp Blanding and Green Cove Springs.The .
make moves to other areas more attractive times than during a recession. ,resident from the North. room for their pecan groves. But as time Chautauqua brought "high class"entertainment

these factors will be the real con- Problems faced by the state, such as During !tl their exploratory stay in Starke doned went on due, the to struggling the high groves cost of were Intensive aban- to the Keystone area duringthe

trols on Florida's growth. clean air and pure water will become in- they took a ride on the G,S. & F. Railroadwhich cultivation in an effort to make the trees lecturers winter and months dramatics.The Including. musicians,
runs from Palatka to Valdosta, Ga., produce. ,
passing through the lake area in southwest Inn is now owned by Paul Smysor of
Pet Inoculation Clay County, which was then sparsely settled Around 1923, Senator Frank Miller/ of Gainesville and has not been open to the
. SoughtThe During their exploratory trip, they Meadville, Pa., then president of Mead- public since a fire destroyed its, upper
were attracted by the little settlement of ville College, sent Edwin Larsen to floors in 1954.
Brooklyn near the lake of the same name. Keystone to help in development of the
recently organized Humane have traditionally been one of the most town. By that time, Miller had bought con- Later, Smysor also obtained a 99-year
Society has as one of its main objectivesthe prevalent carriers of rabies, especially Records show that the first plat of record trolling interest in Lawrence Development lease on another Keystone attraction the
revival of the annual rabies clinic in Florida and Georgia.. for the town of Brooklyn, then hardly more Coo and Larsen served as its secretary. beach and pavilion on Lake Geneva. In
than a store, a post office and a cluster of May 1982 he negotiated a sublease with a
which at one time was held annually in As pointed out in a recent Florida homes, was recorded In 1911. The villagewas Larsen later became one of the state's Christian youth group to take over opera-

Bradford County. Times-Union> editorial, "The cuddly- replatted In 1914 for J.L. King, a land most prominent citizens and enjoyed a tion of the beach. .
promoter, and In 1913: was again replatted long career In state politics. He started his
The importance of this project is looking raccoon or its cub may be cute, to.incorporate a section cornering what is public career as Keystone's manager, The first' power plant In Keystone
pointed up by the recent outbreak of but its bite or scratch can be costly.'The now known as Little Lake Keystone. served on the city council, and eventually Heights was a small Delco owned by
rabies in the Middle-Atlantic states, and current series of rabies shots in the arm The'old town of located became mayor of the town in the depres Lawrence Development Co., which supplied
Brooklyn was sion years of 193233. He obtained law electricity to the Inn and the early
the knowledge that such an increase in !is less painful than previous injections east of present State Road 1001 t then called homes.
degree from the University'of Florida in The first water supply was provided
the number of could in the stomach but they expensive. Road 281, from the Park of
cases occur are across present 1933 and was later appointed collector for by a small gasoline pump that drew
anywhere without warning.The The series of shots runs about $300" the Palms. the Internal Revenue Service. He served In water from Little Lake Keystone and was
A1thou recognizing the potential of the both houses of the Florida legislature, and later moved: to Lake Brooklyn. '
matter of reviving the clinic was Raccoons are perhaps the most frequently
Brooklyn,area. Lawrence was dissatisfied was elected State Treasurer In 1941, remaining
Around 1925, the and water plants
presented Monday to the Board of Coun- seen wildlife and are often in this power
wUh what he considered the high price of position until his death in were acquired by G.E. (Ed Wiggins who
4ty Commissioners arr1.; a committee,was. found around homes, and garages irtMSid : \.land 1 / ; available at thatlootionSo!(!b en- 1964. came to Keystone from,Green Cove.Spr
'appo\nted studythe{ proposalvlivv\jfw.: nUal areas?o. town, as well as in" 'ours erne t ('' i Agnes, whoJiaddiscpv .\. ."TJle mmodloua Keystone Inn wao!IIlAu' ings. Deep wells were dug and the present
'of the current increase'm'rabies along' rurBJ-wstmtaH< hey-thrive-oiv garbage -- nearby Lake: red Gifi'iWa:' ;>!*t\1I ?!taking) \k utY'stroll': "f'',..in f." jC1rly 19joOVt! a5,wee sty l strre,and, ,weyel: : ,,.L !\,Erected, !!Pdil 'ti.lfYl'J/' f l 1 4f
the eastern seaboard, the matter and leftover pet food, and seem to- the several of the 'tin houses. The original
through wcxyls tone day, he purchased'
deserves close and early attention.A have the ability to get into a garbagecan property about half a hiile south of Keystone Lawrence,still house stands the first and built in As the town continued to grow;, new
today, is located
spokesman for the Federal Centersfor no matter how tightly closed. Brooklyn? and ''renamed It Keystone Just south of the Inn on the corner of SR-21 capital was needed for system im
Heights In honor of his home state of Penn- provements. After lengthy negotiationswith
Disease Control in Atlanta says that The annual rabies clinics are an in- sylvania, known as the "Keystone State." and Lake Jasmine Street, on a hill overlooking the new Rural Electrification Ad-

the outbreak, attributed mostly to rabid centive to pet owners to have their pets Geneva, ministration in Washington, Mr. Wiggins
He in this venture his
raccoons, "probably constitutes the inoculated, and are therefore an impor-' three was brothers soon joined, Joe, Jess, and Claude by This was the home of John and Agnes decided he did not wish to build and
greatest threat to humans of any rabies tant precaution in avoiding an outbreakof Lawrence, forming what was known as the Lawrence from and is said to have been built operate a system as large as REA would
prefabricated materials purchased require. On Dec. 9, 1937, Clay Electric
outbreak in the last 20 Raccoons rabies in the Lawrence Development Company.
years. from Sears, Roebuck & Co. The house Is Cooperative Assn was Incorporated and
The old Brooklyn Hotel served as head- now owned and occupied by Mr. and Mrs. chartered by the State of Florida. Wiggins
quarters for the new company until homes Lonnie Rucker. retained ownership of the water company
Cost of Medicare and a new'' hotel could be built on Lake The Keystone Inn celebrated its grand and continued to operate it until his deathin
Rising ,Geneva to take care of early arrivals 1969 at which
com- opening January 1, 1924, with local and time' his four daughters
I ing from the north in the expectation of stale VIPs attending the gala event. It was became owners.

building winter homes, built early in the development of the town In 1940 the population of Keystone was
Poses Problem for AgedIn The sandhill area around Keystone was to help, attract northern visitors and prospective recorded as 145 inhabitants By 1960 It had
known in those days for its production of investors. Another popular attraction increased to 655,and the 1980 census figurewas
number of tomatoes and early ,peaches. Most of the in the early years was the 1,079. Including the surrounding lake
the last 12 months the Consumer strategies at a growing Chautauqua, held; In the open on the site area, the population is estimated at close

Price Index dropped from 13 to 5 per- hospitals.One to 6,000.

cent. On the other hand, hospital costs Midwestern hospital recently, '

last year rose over 15 percent, with the denied operating privileges to doctors County' 't 'A'gen t's Notebook By80bbyTaylor I

cost of medicare increased 21.5 percent. whose heart surgery cases cost more Bradford County Agent

"With 29 million elderly and disabled than those of ,other surgeons treatingcases ... ,rSummer '"

Americans medicare the with the same diagnosis. Similar is'- *' popular time for family leave. If" .,,, "
dependent on you you don't'cut them, they'llaoon vegetables before ,
measures are being taken in several vacations.:,And it's about you go Vegetables, like
health of that program, too, is at risk," other institutions. your landscape'garden easy and to house forget plants stop blooming.You flowers, will continue to produce if they ,.

says Senator Lawton Chiles. when preparing; for that vacation. Time should also do a thoroughjob of are hrv.cstet''oCien..otherwlse1Ihey'U go
The suggestion is that the of But Medicare, which serves the away from home may be pleasant for you. weeding before you leave on vacation. If' to seed. Here's where you should definitely
price elderly and the disabled will need even but it can, be hazardous, even deadly, to weeds are allowed to go to seed while you make arrangements will' a neighbor.to.
maintaining the health of Americans is more radical changes if it is to avoid your plants without careful preparation A are away,you can expect a much more difficult harvest and water your garden., fr.For ', '
out of control and Senator Chiles weed problem later in the
little time land- season.
extra spent preparing your those housepalace
running out of money later: in this plants kept In the
observes, "Congress and the ad- decade. scape and house plants for your absence Those weeds may also' give you pro- them in a room receiving Indirect sunlight.
ministration are looking at these problems may save you needless worry and hours of blems next year when the seeds sprout. Direct sunlight will dry the,soil, out too
and I hope we will be able to find Currently Medicare extra work when you get back. There are The elimination of weeds will get rid of just quickly., But, you don t want to leave
reimburseshospitals several things you can do to keep one more competitor for
ornamental plants In darkened
your a
either this
before crisis room
reach '
solution as
some we on the basis of'' whatever plants healthy while you're ,away {from ,plants food and water. almost always results in leaf drop,The last
conditions. It won't be
easy. those facilities say their costs are I IT home.v : Harvest all ripe or nearly'ripe fruits and thing you should do before you leave the

Thus far, the administration's atten- even when they reflect longer,',,t.han One of the first things you might do to house is thoroughly soak the.plants! :' '
tion has been focused toward reducingthe necessary hospital stays or excessiveuse prepare for vacation is ask a neighbor to
benefits of recipients. The senator of services. But under Medicare check on your plants while you're gone, A in '"
vacation of more than two week requires'' forestry :Bradford County I ; I
points out that President Reagan proposed amendments signed into law earlier special attention for'container'' grown < :,

another $2 billion reduction for this year, the Department of Health plants. Make sure you give the person proper v'i'?: ,, 'By'David W;:Norton Brooksville. ,', ]''ii l' =
1983, but Congress moderated the cuts. and Human'' Services must set flat instructions on the care of each plant w..4 '
'A to 20 return after taxes Is The "pr
administration Different,-plants.,require different care, percent which have a primary -.
For 1984 the proposed rates for 467 categories of hospital
and a friend may not know how to care fora what investment In planted piies can do onyour pose ng young studentsbasic
almost two billion in additional treatment, adjusted for local labor particular! plant unless you! tell him : property. "f, : forest ecology, attracted more than'J.100

medicare cuts ($37.9 billion from 1984 rates! and medical teaching expenses. In case you don't find someone to personally Have you had timber cut off your property campers a year ago, and are set up to barn
through 1988), 75 percent of which would look after your plants, there is lately It Is quite possible that you have*
be shouldered by recipients, Congress, Senator Chiles advocates a long-term plenty you can do to make sure you don't had two or three small cutting operationson First week of camp will'begin, at.both
however, is reluctant to place this bent come home to a limp, frazzled landscape. your property within the past 30 years. sites on June 12, and run for 10 weeks at '
solution controlling
burden those who need medicare on runaway Outdoor, container grown plants should be' 'If you have any timber left after all these Wlthlacoochee/ throughout( the ,Weed tot
on medical care costs for everyone, rather placed in' a \shady' area to conserve harvests it Is either IInderstockedt: ,poorly-, Aug. 20), and ,run for nine weeks,'at
most. For example, the average than trying, to solve the problem with moisture pnderva shade tree or on the .formed or just plain junk. Blackwater! (throughout week of Aug.,jj).
hospital stay for someone over 65 is 11 cuts in benefits, and the elderly ill and north side,of a building are usually good 'ResidUal trees feft after a harvest operas' Each camper this' will Ineligible
days. Mr. Reagan's proposal would in-, disabled should not be asked to assumean locations for your plants to take advantageof lion 'ma,.take'' years to produce enough'' for* second free week year of"roughing it'J; In
crease the cost to the medicare patient unfair share of sacrifice in reaching reduced sunlight. wood for an additional harvest. This wood the wilderness if they are one of 12 selected
from $350 under the current law to a these goals A thick''layer'of mufcff'will'also help con- Is of poor quality and a low Income value.If at each camp each week as a reward for
burdensome $630. serve moisture X and thus reduce the your timber Is either in this condition or outstanding.lnteresn! the fo est :
Chiles is convinced that the health of number(waterings the plants need whileyou're you believe It may tats.-why not start new If you would like to"enroll children

The new flat-rate payment program the medicare program will be'stabilized away. Be sure and mow your lawn 'leave with a quality stand of idle planted to pines. Don't. .to the program or'obtain more your tmorntIon !-

aimed at holding down soaring and will not be allowed to die. As he before leaving for vacation, and mow,it a low-quality your timber property, invest In the pay regeneration taxes on- contact any local Division of Forestry
little usual. An lawn' ,
closet than unkempt office
.. Medicare costs won't become fully' effective says, the challenge is to put aside can encourage disease, and It's also a tell ot quality trees: By the way, ,cost ,Forester or Division write ,to the, Envtro cental

until 1986, but is already starting 'politics and partisanship in the search tale sign (That( nq,ne' at home. ,share for tree assistance planting through available the local in most ASCS cases.ofefice 'ner,Bivc; Tallahassee of Forestry frl or.t-.hNut.. Coo-

for sound solution thorough ,904/488-1000, \ ,
to reshape management Give 'garden"beds a true jj.-r
before 1ea.lng.tThls is especially '
recently planled beds where roots are not Just a reminder that openings s' still remain -, ;1i
KLPOA Director
firmly esUbttsjpti' 'an*'will need added In the Division of Forestry a Summer:. ;x' I,
-0 = moisture: Jt w| also)}help if mulch Environmental Camps Boys and glrlav who';' :,?:!Meet .J[,! *.II. ,:\IJ.} j' ,
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Ii"n 1\have the 6th end have
y. ; j..9 around plants with leaves, pine needlesf' completed grade not The Board of
; : '" compost or.barlt.Thia; would also be a good* =r yetr emerixf\he ith are eligible to'attend."The lAke Property Owners or pM,MI
AsanwiLj ,
time to give plants.,.oodl,iprayfng or- eat il done- camps:with i$73; a.m, Saturday in .the" clvlc.1 iee10 e',
flowing'' for almost thirty hou""?n J1'* 29. dusting' &o' prot, against Insects >and I weekly fee, Will,be, held at Blackwater .8a1l00l for lout new members CMt.er
Niagara 1848, due Fall to stopped the tons of Ice lamming the -river's .,ntran diseases while'jfrifre away 1C you have River,State:Forest near Milton;- and atWUhUcoochee ,will be counted at this time:#&&
." flowerln" annl U1e bef, r : I ,! : :'Forest, near rbttember, an Invited "
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I'' Marsha rrr: ard 9'J?on'W dar= e''iflg'er Married i May 2l 1 l"'i in Keystone HeightsMarsha ,.

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Mr. Kaye Patray daughter, of featuHng'a' <3ueen Ann* nechlnaturi / llnoartd''' currently a spphomore at Toccoa; ministry.
'Toccoa and Falls Mrs, Ga.Arthur and WIIlamj.CarlJ BJ.Patrajr! ', ''I i wilsU The bottle* hnd :loll4 g''I 1 .Falls College. J> :, .,

Metzger, Jr.., son of .Mr.: andMrs.; :appliqued: |1 i The groom Is a 1979 graduate of'' A rehearsal dinner was given by the
William Carl Metzger Sis 1'\\ : : ; !", .JOnes: County High School, Gray, Ga. groom's parents Friday evening May II
; of Macon
Ga. were united In 'three tiered ruffled skirt with chapel\I, and is presently a Junior majoring in 20 at the Holiday Inn in Gainesville I
marriage May 21, .She wore a goldwatcha, Bible and
Theology at Toccoa Falls for the wedding party. The couple
at 3 In from
Keystone p.m. Heights.Friendship Bible l' Church' gift the groom, Her, twow tieredS! College. He is preparing for the presented gifts to their attendants. 1
wJth blushed of English!
Highlighting the altar were f'spiral\. I illusion edged'inCjtantiliyXa wal at-- "
candelabra on either side of two tachod to a fitted crown of lace,with; i f6 '
centered 'seven tranch 'candelabra seed pearla.'Sho' '"carried fl, cas ; o Od
flanked by palms and baskets of white ,.bouquet'' uf large white 1 roses and!
silk roses with unity candle which was small, blushing' pink rosebuds In- rr The Social Side
lit by the mothers at the I/beginning' terspersed with Ivy, fern andbaby's,,)
the ceremony. i breath. .For1? sometMnftold) >/a he,wore 4 j j'ring t i rip 1
Rev.'Richard \F. Hoover, pasta* oil>tt : her geat-greaf.grandmothersi: : O'4'
Daytona. Beach. CEMA ,cl1.urcl1.assisted ] ;".new. ,'.her\dri: ..borrowed/ > iii'i Gladys Mooty Of The
by the bride's father, ArthurB. veil; blue her garter ;
Patray, performed the ceremony. A reception was held In the church;
,Presenting a program of nuptial Fellowship ,Hall, Standing; lilt: ,the Society Editor.
'music were Mrs. 'Jeanette Over- receiving linewere, the,brldo,and the' j
moyer, organist; Mrs. Evelyn Can- groom, their, parents and 'wedding ,r 94-7608 News !
non, pianist and Mrs. Karen Barley party Ann .Jackson the' groom!. tlar.v, o OSV

and Kay and Lea Morgan:, soloists sister,,.of' paltonGL&eptthe; :;& '! guest. QC\ (OQ J
Mr. Metzger attended hi ?.son asl'' ''book, ,
best man. Groomsmen-were Danny At points of Interest'l I" the hall were *;'
Earley, Melrose, Gary Salzman pink and white .tt
Keystone;; Heights, Brian Yoema 8j ;,silver, candelabras flower, end arrangements'ithe I tables!;I Upcoming Events.............................
junior groomsmen, Macon, Ga. and. .were covered with sheer White cloths'" 3 .f.fMI.
assisting ushers: David Aderholt, ,over pink satin. ;
Toccoa, Ga. and Deuane!Jackson1'of 1 Centering1' bride's table:was ;a A I 1 Marorl| Packham Jeannie Sapp.,
Dalton, Ga. Ring bearer,'Christopher four tiered wedding cake set above a r Bill HutchesonTo Joseph CardilloTo
Seplch, Raleigh N.C., cousin, > I pink fount.\i )'with cupids; sitting on I T Marry June 25
Marylynn Salzman, stater ''of the the stairways coming down to smaller', ji j\ )I Ir Wed July 2
bride, of Keystone Heights, served as
cakes. Mrs. Adrlanne Denmarkand, Jeannie A. and E. Car-
matron of honor. She wore a soft pink Mrs. Suzanne! Baldwin cut the cake,' 44,1 Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hall of dillo will be united Sapp in marriage Joseph June
off-the! shoulder organza accented il Theressa announce the engagementand
gown Mrs. Sheryl Jackson and Mrs. Carpi 25, at 2 at the cabin of Dana
,with ruffles and flounces; She Ward poured cherry piok punch from 1 approaching marriage of their p.m.
carried a of miniature .t.tI daughter, Ms. Marjorie Packham of Hagen, Casper Mountain, Casper,
pale' ,
nosegay ai! crystal bowl on a'|i round' /table\ ?; 1''I'
pink azaleas and large) white silk 4. I ( 4t Silver Lake to B.L. "Bill" Hutcheson Wyo.
i covered with a lacey pink skirt. i 4 1 i +u of Starke. Parents of the couple are A.R. Sapp
roses. Tbe groom's table had a rectangle'!
of Starke father of the bride-elect and
Attendants were Barbara The wedding :will be an event of
chocolate cake with two heard shaped,
Schnobrich of the
Yoemans. sister of the 'groom, of cakes with bride and groom's names,i a Saturday, July 2, at 4 p.m. in Hope Evelyn of Rochester
Macon Ga. Lori 1 ((1 Baptist Church .with a reception immediately groom
Baker; Keystone and 57 Chevy;, model presented to the, eyt N.Y.
Heights and JodI Mikell, >Junior I groom by the bide.1' V i '. following the ceremony In
l The bride-elect, 1979 graduate pf
bridesmaids of Toccoa, 1 directed t the Educational Building.No a
'Falls.IThey I The!wedding was, ; by>> DrJ Bradford High School, is employedwith
were attired similar to the honor attendant JoAnn Patray the bride's aunt. I invitations are being sent, but K-N Energy, Inc. in Casper. Mr.
and carriednosegay"'of\ ; i Following the wedding trip to South.3FJoridai : all friends and relatives. are invited to Cardillo is a 1973 graduate of Greese
miniature 'pale pink :azaleas and, ) the;''Couple 1 Is residing attend. Athena, in Rochester, N.Y.,< and is
baby's breath. Kathryn Patray, Macon Ga. for the summer before,' currently employed with The Bon in
Cousin, of Statesboro, Ga. was flower!' returning to Toccoa; Falls,,Gollege.to",, Open House Planned Casper as a carpenter.
girl. i b,, complete their education, I ..: ,11';, a To Honor Couple All friends and relatives are invitedto
The bride, given In marriage by her The bride ..is, a 1982 graduate Of attend.
father) wore a white, organza, gown 'Stephens! County High :School,and Is ; ". I Mr. and Mrs Carl'Metzger Family members are inviting

: cl. ;: : I relatives and friends to an Open
""E'" j :, Women of St. Mark'sTo
.. II .. I. !.. .1 ..! ', i, r, .f f., House celebration honoring Mr. and
1-. i|" t,* i \' ,' I I !I I: ;. ", 1[..';' 1 1f I l IS ''t a; i h' 1i k Mrs. James A. Williams on Saturday,. Meet June 14
i ; June 18, from 12 noon until 2 p.m. This
I Birthdays and t Partids t'I l 4ReUnlons Rachel 1 Wiiliams'Rileseceives occasion is to celebrate their Golden The Women of St. Mark's will meet
; ; ; a .; i 'r' :; ; I It' ? RM Diploma Wedding anniversary, and the party Tuesday, June 14, at 7:30: p.m. in the
L + will be field at their home SR-221. Parish House.
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The James Pearsons 'jMrs.AVG.:' 'L'oudonl, ,; : tqbngmHy'Reunioi' : tt Rachel Williams Riles, daughter of
.i\ .I ; Sr.\, \ } {, : ; ; Mrs. Nelba Caskins Williams,
Give Rehearsal Dinner' Celobrates"J92nd;; Birthday! r! ." 'he.late AB; : and''Frances Starling,})|t graduated Friday, May 20 from the
:!Mrs. A.G. Loudon Sri of descendants: and friends have set a ; Watts Diploma School of Nursing In
!.Jr. and Mrs. James Pearson1'entertained 'Gainesville formerly of Keystone reunion Sunday June 12 at' the'Ag.' Durham; N.C. where she has been Abraham Canfux M.D.
at a dinner party Heights, celebrated, her 92nd birthday\ Center: in Macclenny."A basket t twUl residing since August. 1980. .,
night at Northside Baptist Church ,.Saturday: \ dln, 1 be served at p.qh .lunc.b'l 1 Miss Riles ,graduated,.with'honors GENERAL MEDICINE
Fellowship Hal| for their son:Donald ,n,r., at'the, Knnaapaaha Ranch sail AtCher "I .""h.,1 'Iv G'!' !' ,'''! Jl7 ,: ,,1 ctnd plans to.continue! her education at Announces the opening of his office at
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and fiancee, Nancy Wallace, following with 'i ;I r.CI' Ij Campbell University'-where she'will
approximately 100 descent 9 3 Reunion "
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the couple's wedding rehearsal. ''dants attending the picnic'dinner on r. be pursuing her baccularate degree in
White linen cloths were used on the the grounds. here will 'be a class reunioh nursing! Miss Riles has accepted a '
tables and each was centered with (Attending from Starke were Mrs. meeting this Sunday; June !12, at 3 position! on the Neuro-Surgical Intensive (Next to Pantry Pride)
floral arrangements flanked with burning Margaret Jackson. (Mrs. Marc ;jpm.,at MTII.J Joyce: Kiherd's; !home Care.Unit at Duke University Hours: 9-5 Monday Friday S

The pink guests and included white' tapers.the'barty immediate.', ;. "' c"Jackson Weaver ;and and,' Mr.family and r',EmraaRene'!,:.Mrs.' ''A.C i ,. I,. ;,.,kitfiwtli4.I!: ;. c kson'"Rotlnion'af'; I '" ; +;'; JM"f'j lfl'!!!i.l d'. "1rVt(edit( 'j'al. ,Center\\1. gh'isQ InJ t.1Sgil'nt4>U urham: N.C. ,s46 'l: "," ....." .... '\:. ,:PHONE 964-4668 ,. .;" ..;- .', t.; J JJ

1.iItesJlIKf th wedding Jjf* 1 1til11 414Lw): :\ }!: "! ./'. "i+ri\JI\ ?!Jar 'b r '" 'f uQA I: I/ : '

( U' f b : tflnddln:! t/1; Peddle slr4h': day,1 a Jheld .Saturday.a I.We.R; llDM erljR t I,1: J fy 11

Dawni. S. ,.\.munily: Center with approximately i1; I
!little Dawn peddle celebrated' 'heir', 100 ;.attending which included, i'tnowideicendantsiof / i y r
Beth Francis Honored 1 second birthday Saturday.afternoon, ,Rubin Porter.Jad so"l7'i: I. 1.+ :!, ".:, BRADFORD-UNION AREA'VOCATIONAL-TECHNICAL CENTER
< 809 N: ORANGE STREET. STARKE,: FL 32091 PHONE ((904)) 964-6150
At Coke Party, ''when her aunt, Patty Mullins, gave a and the Jjtf.i' ;Jackson families } :
lunch' noon''' '
'A, picnic was enjoyed at '1'1
familY' party for her at Pattylland' "\ '
!In the Hafl that was decorated in'red SUMMER SCHEDULE 1983
Pam Pratt's Lake Home.
Miss : Kingsley ,
Beth Francis, Bradford High/ white I I '1 t.
School graduate, was honored at a :Helping to celebrate the occasion. Viand .1, The Vocational' Center will be
r ; : offering- courses! this summer with courses being offered from July 5
Coke party Saturday morning,June 4 were Dr< and Mrs. R.Sl MulliQS land :; This would Involve 6 week Classes will in blocks in-
( through.' August'12 a period. meet the time
; s 1
Lila Had Vawni: of Starke, Mr. and: ,1 oOReuniOrri' 'j
Mrs. Ben Jrj. and 1 ,,'J' I i Vtuated
given by
Moxley J" and Credit will be awarded on the basis bf 60 passing hours being equal to i credit by
Robin MullinS i Pierce : of.* \
ofForq ;:
Mrs. \ < l jApproxonithe' telyi 100 descendants-
Sexton and
Mike daughter
Mrs. ,> ,. tiling additional hours in evening school nextyear., All students must be 16 years of age before
Michelle, at the home of the,latter: |n Mr; and ,Mrs. Conerly:: E.tates.'I ;\* her parents Mr. and Mrs Shelton ; (McRat\family reunion Sunday at; the,J!!5 ,.j 1' < ( 1 ;
The refreshment table Was covered PeddW of Wildwopd andMrS.\ ; : "Carolyn{ :iFlordit! ,I5 Prison' Pistol Rang; rr : tI1s.nt1cipated that summer school will be filled up and 1t Is very Important that all appllca.fiijns. -
with a Army/Navy cloth over pink!; idar of Ocala\ ?' ,, !lkt \so 1 ', .; :.r' ; fprr!! tnrotlipent! be returnedby June 10 for adult and high school students.
liner and was centered with an arrangement ( r '!I' ''f 1. I .
Mork Dinner' I i I '
of pink isilk flowers) amity ( taunlon, SetJrWlativcjiiind Finger foods and sweets: were served.) Mem rs'bf St:r;Marks 'Episcopai1'Church ( I l :. )I i". 'Anyone-signing\ up for an' academic class my take academics 2, 4, or 6 hours a day. Applications
'The hostesses presented .the had a covered dish picnic Sunday < i (descendants olth&j, ) r high :;school students must be approved by the high school counselor or principal before they can
honoree with a gold bracelet ,I as'. a afternoon at the home of Mr.'and' 78encetL and! : ,:Geneva Thomas' L/"' 'R processed, students, will be withdrawn from summerschool after missing 5 days. ,
memento of the occasion.,. .Mrs. , Among the guests calling betweenthe reunion Saturcfay, June 11.; T'I; DAY PROGRAM
hour 10 and tl'a.m.: 'were.Mrs{ JGametwith' prfzeal'",swimming1 I I,fnOldiiali i t are" asked to bring a covered I I. '
Charles Francis* and '.Mrs. Charles boating and good l food was enjoyed by, for\ dinner{ which will be served / 8:00: 12:00 12:001:00: 1:00 3:00i :
Hardy ther and grandmother.6IJ the member and'families from.nooavntijrp.ro. -D.D\t: :| at jth*T,Gospel MusicParr ill',. I' + Air-Condition 4 Heating ,LUNC1T Air-Conditlon i Heating
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Elks* News. } Report Cords Available
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Family Reunion Program v ,Did IYQuJlKnQw,1 I I ,'. J' Memorial l held for all At High School Office

Given at Weeks UDC Mrs. W.S. Peters will return Tues- Services were
Receiving degrees at after three weeks visit with her Florida Elk members who passjjd
Erc thaDnlversity day Bradford High School students may
of Florida Spring term 1 mother, tan. i1.THallllf) ( ;SLf away'Jrtithc( ,J9II2-19H3! Lodge yeanat
President Mrs. Herbert Thomas graduationwere 'cling; the Elk State. convention held In TurnStarke pick up their report cards at the high
gave a program on Family Reunionat : Daune Rene Overman.! BSPE : ,' ''pa May.26-29 school front desk Monday, June 13
the W.T. Weeks chapter, UDC an degree; William George, Wall' h, BUS Colora'andWisleeagetiof: i p lodge metnbrM memorialized through Friday, June 17, only.
degree.. ',' 'eP1t ''' : rlan-
nual picnic meeting held Wednesday ; Olson ano Those students unable to pick, up
Titus .,
June 1 at the Klngsley Lake home of I !i'FOfr; ,I' do and Mr- and "Mrif Kenneth Schtffermilter '> :.lbprt were End Billy Thornton Noegel., Starke lodge their report cards at that time should

Mrs. W.B. Mundy.In Mr. and Mrs, Dwight Mitchell(St. and children of Winter ParK delegates and wives.:in attendance leave ,a stamped, self-addressed
Santa Fe Sets Reunion George Island spent the weekend with were'Friday to Tuesday'' guests of !
the program of Family ; were Exalted Ruler and Mrs, VernnnNlchdla. envelope for mailing with.Mrs. Brownin
Summer Registration Mrs. Thomas presented the family her parents, Mr. and..Mra" <, Ben their i,,..t er and grandfather. JD.VeageisT' ) Past Exalted Ruler and Mi's.: the Registrar's'o flce. ,
Rowland. I\J.>: '" ,1'tCarol'
reunion in particular of the Jefferson > < Be to Indicate the grade level
... -, George W. Brown Secretary ,and' sure
Santa Fe Community College Is now Davis family which is held on June-3 tlV. I. 1 Mrs. Hill'Wilson and Esquire RicMnrd of the student at end of school year in
registering for the Summer session In Davis at Clare Ruckeschel of Michigan State
the birthday Jefferson Sellars of Moncks Corner, Solze.' lower left hand corner of envelope
Starke featuring a varied schedule of which time a birthday cake is cut with University, E, Lansing; .Mich.will be S.C was weekend guest of his aunt, At the Friday session George/ Please be sure ,to address envelope
offerings Including Principles the sword he carried In the Mexican home for the weekend 'between the Mrs. Arlin MeKnight.. : Domimanni of the Green Cove Springs with student's{ given, name' no
Management, Introduction to Speech, War.Mrs. spring and summer, break.,>-;' '.' t, Lodge was elected as State President nicknames, please.
Human Growth and Development, Thomas conducted the h'-'j'' Mr. and Mrs. John Sawyer and of Florida Elkdom. Mr Doml-
and Basic Writing Skills. meeting where annual reports were Mr. and Mrs; Charles McQuaig of
I daughter, Linda of Atlanta and Mrs. nianni of Heights Is a
The SFCC Starke office In Bradford given and the following slate of of- Waycross and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bernice Kennard of Bronson Keystone Elk Charles Colbert Jr,
were former member of the Starke)
High School Is open from 8 a.m. to ficers were elected for 1983-84: president Williams and family, of Valdosta Saturday overnight guests of ,Mrs. Lodge. : Promotion
: There will be one special Mrs. Herbert Thomas; vice- visited their parents, Mrs. Mack J.G. Jackson. Receives |
The Elk Lodge is essentially a
registration Crews Williams and Mr. and Mrs. .
on Tuesday, president, Mrs. Lester ; Is
June 14 from 6-7 Roberts Sr. Adkinson during the weekend." patriotic organization 'Charles R. Colbert, son of Charles
p.m. Mrs. George ;
secretary, !
: Coleman
Kathy and Derek Judd'6fTroy customary to hold Flag Day Servicesat and Barbara Colbert of Starke, has
Principles of Is Introductory
nn and treasurer, Mrs. Franklyn
course to develop basic Weisgerber. The new officers will be Dr. and Mrs. R.E. Dopson had asv State University were guests of the Starke Lodge on the Sunday been promoted In the U.S. Army to
Mr. and
Mrs. M.R. Judd in $t. closest to Flag'Day June 14. This
skills In weekend guests Mr and Mrs.,Arthur, the rank of sergeant.
organizing, controlling installed at the October meeting.
and of Arcadia. Augustine Thursday to Sunday. year Flag Day services will be held Colbert 1979 graduate of Brad
and directing. The course Is The picnic luncheon was served by olter family a
required for most business related Mrs. Mundy and co-hostesses Mrs. I 'I i Sunday, June 12 at 2 p.m. in the local ford High School, is a military police
Associate of Mr and Mrs. Ogden B tea"or." Mrs. Gene IveYf Jn and at 2030 N. Temple Ave., with specialist In Hanau, West Germany
Science degrees, but Is Charley E. Johns and Mrs. Guy Saleto 'sons of New Orleans fast Judge ,
Monday Pierce
Jacksonville were weekend guests ofMr. George as with the 3rd Armored Division.Community .
open to the general public for audi or the 15 members and one guest,
Saturday with her
credit. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller. "' parents, Mr. Following the services at the Lodge,
Mrs. Edward A. Hall. and Mrs. J.E. Hardy:, members and guests will have a PiC--
Basic Writing Skills Is
a required And. nic at Kingsley Lake. Any
Mrs. R.S. Mullins of Starke supper
course for students whose ACT scores
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kroll visited his interested in attending Flag New
mother Mrs. Carolyn Izlar of Ocala patriot !
show need learn ,
a to to write well
developed paragraph In standard Popular Musical Set attended the 90th birthday party'for I parents Valdosta, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kroll in Day Service at' the Starke Elk LodgeIs

English and a prerequisite for College At Starke Country ClubThe Mrs. Helen Wilson in Fort Meyers on Ga. last week. welcome. by Elizabeth Walker ,

Composition to be offered In the Fall musical play "Guys and Dolls" Sunday.Bill Mrs. L.H Gibson spent the Old You KnDw............ phone W4-6HH1:

Semester. is in with scheduled weekend with her son and daughter- Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Early returned
performances College
Morar of Mississippi State N.A.A.C.P. ..
Human Growth and Development is of Meeting.
in-law Mr. last Thursday after 15 days tour
Mrs. Gibson in
this month at the Starke Gerry
a study of behavior and spent last Thursday and Friday and The monthly meeting of the Bradford .
developmentfor Merritt Island where Mobile, Ala., Nashville,Tenn., W.
Golf celebratedthe
anyone going into education or Director and Chris Country Wilson.Club, according to with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs birthdays of both they Mrs. Gibsons) Frankfurt, 111- visiting friends and County Branch N.A.A.C.P. ,will

helping professions such as social The dates of the musical are June H.A. Lawson. Elaine and Maxine), relatives. be held Monday, June 20, at the annex
of Greater Allen
work or guidance. Chapel A.M.E.
Introduction to Speech focuses on 16, 17, 18, and the following week 23, Mrs. Nealy McConnell, Jr. returned Mrs. E.C. Mrs. Jean Rathel of Salisburg, Md. Church, beginning at 7:30 p.m. All
developing student speaking and 24, and 25. Saturday after 2Mt weeks in Alachua Dukes visited Mr. and arrives Saturday for a weeks visit members and Interested clU"ens'are
listening skills with emphasis on the The popular musical Includes a General Hospital for observation and Mrs. A.M.Thomas In Palmetto Satur- with her mother,Mrs. Mamie Lou Ed- asked to attend. '

ability to adapt information. to the au- large cast with many new faces and treatment.[ __ day to Tuesday. wards and Mr. and Mrs. Drew Reddish -
dience. most of your favorites. In the lead .

Classes for the Summer Term begin roles are Merrie Shoemaker as

June 27 and run through August 11. Sarah, Bill McRae as Sky and Don 3 BIG !
Neel Nathan.
For more information, call Cindy or as J JSummer
Gwen at 9645382."Summer Featured on the dinner menu is [ .EAGLE'
bacon wrapped sirloin, baked potato 1 Saturdayay \ '
and salad bar. The dinner will be
served at 6:30 and the musical will 9 TO 9 .;'

start at 8 p.m.
Yummers"At The cost of the dinner theatre is$12. f

The Public LibraryFind Tickets may be purchased at the 3 e' i u
Country Club or at Merle Norman 11

out about Summer Yummersat Cosmetics on Thompson Street In s t
your Bradford County Public Starke.

Library, 105 E. Jackson St. J
Starting June 14. summer will be a j 1 f

delicious time for kids aged 4-12 at the Save Up To i
library where they will find a feast of
books- with programs,crafts, and ac- Bonus
tivities for snacks. Pre-school 47
storytime will begin on Tuesday June
14, with the story of Barbara's Birthday -
Afterwards, there will be a BIRTHSRoger
celebration with a birthday party! All
children between the ages of 3-6 are
Invited to attend from 10.10:30 a.m.

Thursday morning, June 16, the 96
library will be sponsoring a crafts Aron Barnett 4 f rLADIES'
program for children between the DISCOUNT

ages of 7-12. Mrs. Joy Norman will be Sgt. and Mrs.: Roger Alan Barnett
the guest. Mrs. Norm.V will show announce the birth of a son, Roger KNIT TOPS
i how to, make potato people. Each, Aron. born May 26 In Cobb Memorial, prwy Strip"poty/oonon and cMo/o, S M,M*ot.L.>,
I child will be able to construct his or General
Hospital, Marietta; Ga,Aron; / ri dr,0'i
I' I hettiwn potato Program will Joins a sister,Danielle. :It r' r
person. :all e a.ft,years.; 31 hnfllfH
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t last from 10-10:30 am. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and .4wnnin
Parents, please make note of these Mrs. Clyde Bradley. Paternal grandparents tr t, r n WIN na i

summertime events on your calen- are Mr. and Mrs.Howard E.
dars. The library will be hosting the Barnett, all of Starke.
pre-school stor time and the "Sum- 913 088
mer Yummers programs for five f
consecutive weeks, every Tuesdayand Brian Lee Melvin WAS 11.88 WAS 36.88

Thursday mornings, beginning at PATIO LOUNGER W !-SPEED PAN LAWKS WHIT JEANS !
10 a m.For Mr. and Mrs. Gene Melvin of .vinyl luMnaMMl 3 coding nn d..qu4 4 meta, BK pock dm**.eontnM tl
mure information visit us in Brooker announce the birth of a son, frKIIM.BWMMl IMOd push button.MMy orM witching,poty/eolton. .M.L.MuHkpowion. .
Starke or call us at 9646400. Brian Lee, born May 22 in Alachua
General Hospital.

Maternal grandparents are Mr. and j
American Legion Plans Mrs. B.L. Moxley, Jr: of Starke. { 1 \

Officers InstallationAmerican Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Melvin of Brooker.

Legion Post 56, Edwards .
Road, Starke, will have a dinner William John Ben Parrish 94
meeting for Veterans and their wiveson M 6

June 14 (Tuesday) night, announced Mr. and Mrs. William E. Parrish of WERE 7.94

Post Commander Judge George Starke announce the birth of a son, pee MEN'S PLAID SHIRTS
Pierce. William John Ben Parrish, born May .. Short MMVM. two front pock-
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Mrixy ol pI 1" '-Xl.
Veterans and wives invited fora
are 28 In Alachua General Hospital. He
"social hour and dinner" from 7 to 8 joins a sister, Rachel, 3 years old.
p.m. We will plan for fifty or sixty Maternal grandparents are Mrs. mmmmm

people but urge that those planning to Willie Hayes of Starke and the late 6 3 67 67

attend call Otto Siemer at 964-7635, C. Dale Sheering. Paternal grand- Choice 983 UP Yaw WERE UP elf WAS 1.97 rh.H WERE UP 794
J. Schaefer at 964-6655 the
or parents are Billy Parrish of Jackson- .
TO 11.88 TO 9.88 To 1.97 t.n
Chamber of Commerce 964-5278. ville and Mrs. Agnes Dinkins of HOSE HISACHI Oft PUMP POT S7T "AM MATTRESS 'SURFEIt OM SWIM VIMamilo MEN'S DENIM".ANI. ,

stated Post Finance Officer Siemer. Slarke. Great grandparents are Mr. Kxbtfclw or H'a io 17"IM> .See Mbro i w PrMMif IMIauMo 1e m liCNMranvinyl| f owl,, o 10O%colI.....4-1>00I<.'" back'
Bill Haas, Pierce and Siemer are in and Mrs. Edward Douglas of Starke. SO-raMoreodgirdonlMM. 1.0 IMr pump muM pot.' trw beefy MMod Supv MWOOT MM MM. poMMiw/dclMi. "Irroo*. aWl.
charge of arrangements and food and
say they want all Veterans who can to

attend. Beginning June 14
The installing officer will be
District Commander Jack Kramer. "New Generation"'

Commander Pierce had guaranteedno
long speeches of any kind and Massage Therapy

states the meeting will be brief. Tuesdays only glum wo
Officers being installed for the
1 Hour
1983-B4 year are: Pierce, Post Com- .r
mander; W. W. (Bill) Blaha First Licensed TechnicianCall '
Vice Commander; Siemer, Finance Now For Appointment save up to 1.00

Officer; Carlus Hess, Chaplin; X. M.
Smith, Historian; Bill Monaco, Sgt-at- 473-4336

Arms; Haas Service Officer and Al Keystone Heights
Crosby, Adjutant. L

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evil Rpxmond Boer .....................:.... .....,..........,.,...,......... .......... I
: Receives Clergyman of the Year Award I Lawtev News-------------------------------b., '' Wiliiaon{ : .f'l- .' 1.,1 1 .

r would appreciate a visit from some of A'; ;: id"aookout was held on Fri

The Keyt.Raymond Baer, pastor of by Elizabeth Terry her friends. ) day, June 3, at the home of Mr. and
First Christian Church of Starke, was phone 78Z-3300 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dy"and little Mrs. Raymond Wilkerson in honor of
selected: as the Clergyman of the Year pR1LhJrp PERSONALS: daughter Michele of Ft. Lauderdale Raymond Wilkerson and nephew,
for 1982. r visited their great aunt Miss Ar- Master Eric Wilkerson. Those present -
Deepest sympathy of the community thurine Blanchard, Thursday after- were: Mrs. Ruby Wilkerson, Mr.
Mv. l<
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extended to Mrs. Bunk Wilkersonand I
noon. and Mrs. L.G. Wilkerson and grand-
The:;; award Is given la the relatives due to the death of her Mrs. Harold Eunice and her daughter, \Mrs. Tim Wilkerson and
clergyman who has done the most to I husband, Bunk Wilkerson May 30. daughter, Mrs. Connie Mosley of family Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilkersonand .
Improve the spiritual and physical Our prayers are with the family. Maxville. went to Gainesville Thurs family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
lives of citizens of Bradford County The ladies of the First Baptist day night to visit their son and family, Jones and family Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Although Rev, Baer Is well beyond the Church were hostesses for a baby Rev. and Mrs. Emory Eunice and attended Weber and family all of Lawtey, and
age \pf normal, retirement he main- shower for Mrs. Donnie Wise on Tues- their daughter's Miss Darlene Mr. and Mrs.. David Wilkerson and
taint an active role in all aspects of day night. May 31, at the Fellowship Eunice, graduation exercises while fimily of Brooker.Mr. .
the ministry at First Christian Hall. After playing two games Mrs. there. and Mrs. Tony Hodges were
Church. Wise opened her gifts. There were 18 Miss Linda Crider of Jacksonville: Sunday dinner guests of their parents.
present. The ladles serv.ed weekend with Mr.iand Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Wilkison Jr.
miscellaneous refreshments which George Kely. Henry Hodges and daughter Sarah,
Rev. Baer also is a trustee for Brad- If, were enjoyed by all. Maxie Reddish, formerly of Starke attended the Stock Car races at Col-
ford Association for Retarded Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins of has come to live with his mother Mrs. umbia Speedway Lake City Saturday
Citizens; member of Bradford' 1 1A 1t a Hilliard visited their mother Mrs. Rossie Reddish. night.
County .Ministerial Alliance; a rrr tat r O.I.. Anderson Monday afternoon Miss Debbie Phillips of St. George Mr and Mrs. Fleam Starling and
member of the National Police OCr May 30. Ga. Is spending some times)with her their son and family Mr. and Mrs.
fleers (reserves and a honorary' Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Vanzant of niece Mrs. Lois Carter. Franklin Starling and family of
member of the Florida Sheriffs Callahan visited their brotherinlawand Mrs. Lois Carter was fm honor Bryceville attended{ the family reu-
Association. He also is a teacher at sister Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardeeon guest for a birthday supper at the nion Sunday at the home of Mrs. Elva
North Florida Christian Service Monday afternoon. home of her son-in-law and daughter Kirkland.
Camp for Youth and coordinated sup- Miss Rachel Boyer of Jacksonvilleand Mr. and Mrs. Leon Starling. Mrs. Randy and Russell Trainer of
port drives for several families in the I t ,; ; Mrs. Fred I Moore spent from Sun- Valeria Shuford assisted! her on Kingsley Lake were Sunday evening
community who encountered' { a J day afternoon until Thursday with Saturday night. Their children guests of the Henry Hodges family.
tragedies. Mrs. Fred Boyer In Fairfield. Mrs grandchildren brothers and sisters Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mosley and
Cecil Wade and Mrs. Bruce Boyer of were present. two grandchildren of Highland were
The Tampa and David Boyer of Silver Mrs. John Tye Sr. spent the Saturday supper guests of their son-
award was given lo Springs were also guests. son-in-law and
weekend with her in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs.
Rev. Raymond Baer Tuesday June 7; Friends of Mrs. Maybell Normanare '
Mr. and Mrs.
daughter Tommy Patrick Henry.
at a special Clergyman of the Year..,.
presentation during the
happy to learn that she was able Talley and family of Jacksonville. Teri Bement Jones a recent brideof
Kiwanis Club meeting at the Western Rev. Warren l.angrr past w of First United Methodist Church. |presents to come home from North Florida Brannon Kelly of Jacksonville Douglas Jones, was honored wtih a
Steer Steak'House.I award to Burr, Clergyman of the Yrur.I1IK2.
> Rev Raymond
Regional Hospital Gainesville on spent the weekend with his grandparents bridal shower at the home of Mrs.
Thursday. Our prayers are with her. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell. R.E. Lee. Hostesses for the affair
Mrs. O.J. Phillips spent three Jack Wainwright of Tallahasseewas were members of the UMW of the
I weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Fate a Thursday overnight guest of his Grace; United Methodist Church.
Senior Adults Meet at First Baptist Church Redd of Macon, Ga. Her son and mother Mrs. Truby Wainwright. Refreshments of cake and punch
.. ,, daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Mrs. Virginia Magnussen of were served after the bride opened<<
,: ', Phillips, went after her on Friday, Jacksonville spent the weekend with her gifts. Door prizes were won by
Over sixty of Starke's Senior Adults luncheon and Christian fellowship. 1'tion for Senior Adults. May 27 and brought her home. She her cousin Mr. and Mrs. B.L. Idell Boyette and Eunice Kelly.Hampton .
attended an organizational meetingat The group Is open for all Senior The next meeting for the group will
I the First Baptist Church for a Adults, sixty years of age and older. be held on July 7 at 12:00: In the church

Christian Senior Adult activity group. 'The main purpose for the group will fellowship ball. Lunch Is provided so' Hilites ...........................<..............-......................................................... I
The group will meet monthly for a !be; to provide Christian social interac- please come, .
Jacksonville Airport Monday after made were: Don't hitch rides pay attention -
V-; by Dolores Men g visiting relatives and friends in Ohio be alert, obey traffic\ signs
I 11 1 Grads j', Phone 468-l13 and Canada the past ten days. While stay on right side of road. It is also important -

GraCeBapti'st.. Church: Honors Its ,;. :Golden Wedding Celebration.. Dinner there she celebration attended a honoring Silver Jubilee her numbers to written have down bicycle in case serial of

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Williams cousin Msgr. Frank Mouch,,, in San- theft.
The Polynesian theme was carriedout At the conclusion of the banquet, will celebrate their Golden Wedding dusky. After a question and answer session -
Eleven Grace Baptist Church BHS In the Hall decorations with palms each graduate received a Thompson Anniversary with an Open House party While sightseeing in Canada, she handouts of bicycle safety were
graduates were honored at a Polynesian -' and throughout the building. Chain Reference Bible as a gift. : ,\ at their home on SR221. Friends Visited international given each child.
plants some com- Field
banquet Saturday night, May 28, The 30 attending included the and relatives may call between 12 munities. She the Trip
in the Fellowship\ Hall. During the program Rev. Bob graduates and their parents and were noon and 2 p.m.,Saturday,June 18, to Continental National enjoyed Tower touring the Last Friday Mrs. Shirley Bagwelland

Graduates honored were: 'Gloria Cooperwas a speaker Gloria seated at five tables. Serving were enjoy. the festivities tallest free standing building in the Mrs. Vicki Powell accompaniedtheir bus
Roberts Vickie Lajoie, Donna Tyler; Roberts read a poem that she wrote. Debbie. Jones Peggy Crews' and Woman's Club Bake Sale world. That was fascinating Ruth second and third graders by
Robert John- about life after graduation and Peggy Stefanie 'Wheeler youth leader well the to Gainesville.
Jones Daryl',Nazworth said as as lovely gardens
The Woman's Club is
nie Sweat Kevin Scheetz D.J. Rid. Crews read a poem also written by assisted by Polly Criffls Robin Hampton with beautiful flowers blooming all
dick Jeff Johnson Richard Warren. Gloria Robert about each of the Hersey', Chip .Scheeti and 'Sharon'Griffis sponsoring a bake sale Saturday, around Canada and Ohio.ELEMENTARY .
and Greg Jackson. graduate .June to 2 p.m.18,at the City Hall from 10 a.m. Photographyby

Barbecue A Success.. ; SCHOOL;
Principal Connie Clark in'addressing "
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The chicken barbecue dinner -
I Methodists! Honor BHS SeniorsThe by the Hampton Woman's sponsored Club an assembly of students and faculty -

; last Saturday was very successful. assistant. Introduced to the John Hampton Farmarlee Marshall.Mr. the. Mike CooneyBook
Club members wish to thank all who
t United Methodist Women of the gratualations 1983 written'on it. Williams, Steve Carter. ;Elaine (Gray participated. Special thanks is due' phases. Parmarlee of bicycle spoke safety and on 1 various showed Your Summer & Fall
and Beth Francis: David Eiland who donated the
First United Methodist Church hi' Each senior received a grey and films which depicted the. results of Weddings Now
Starke bonored their Bradford High' scarlet mug with their name and BHS Campus Ministry Chairman Laurie and to Olie Sheppard who prepared. carelessly riding bicycles.
seniors with a Graduates Dinner Sunday '83 on it. filled .with. candy and a Mullins. was in charge. "'of the dinner.' .f'Itite delicious barbecued' chicken. Mr. Parmarlee stated that:it is now For An AppointmentCall
following church: at the Western Parked pen ". 10' s' \ ." Ragk'uo.pe.... Steer. : Church members and churchrelatedrnembers The graduates received.*,from'i }' Viola Lefebvre1 turned home Sun- to those who violate the law In riding 964-8827 \'
.Cite was decora te .. "
j;* 3 altowkri "J..wltbrelaUvee. in "'
va'' carn (onag: 1s Includwfandice? ,fitroud.milSa"dtr8j! iT6dd i- r -,; ;r-----"" """ PelUlaCO la- Colemsn, Alabama, andOwensboro ; ( also notlitedof thesq violatiohs. o 9 4-$661 t f)
and> silver hell balloon with portant. Among advisory
4-Ui* high school graduation ceremony statements.
,bI t granddaughter, Julie Lefebvreat
I St. Edward's Graduates Honored Booker T. Washington High SchoolIn !
Pensacola. She was accompanied : i i
home by her grandchildren Michael _
and Sheila Anderson crucifixes with the prayers and gooo cake made and decorated by Zita 'and Vickie Lefebvre of Pensacola.
Stephen Spell given for wishes of the parish. Shuford, depicted a flowered archway Mrs. 'Ruth! ,Meng flew to theY
at reception
honored a
were refreshment table covered. with a 'miniature girl and boy
St. The
them and their families by graduate. It was Inscribed, "Class of
cloth held the
In' the Parish with a yellow ;
'AltAr Society
June decorated cake and crystal punchbowl 1983" "May Your Path By..filled WithFlowers1
Mass on Sunday, / '
Hall following with an arrangement ,' forGE
it centered '
was t ,
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charge arrangements
"Muriel Gilhooly on behalf 'of ;the of variegated blue aN
Sheila and flowerswith; blue candles In silver 'reception were Mary. Cissy. and
Altar Steve Society remembrance presented gifts of silver' 'candle ,holders. on either side The Muriel' I Gilhooly: ,if. .


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First United Methodist Church Is Editor" Telegraph: Dispenser '9.95 tiji
sponsoring a day camp for children ''I just 'wanted to express my'appreciation '
(rising lat grade-rising 5th. grade) to your newspaper for the '8.93. Papermate'Alarm I
June 13-17. The' camp,, will include&crafts new section' containing the church Pen
recreation hikes bible study news. Ill is really a delight to pick the Pencil "
Mr.&Mrs. David
and music. paper up and know that you can turn Hodges Clock Set '700 ''I
Registration for the entire week Is to the news of religion without lookingall QUESTION:, I
f 10. The camp will be from 8:30 a.m. over the newspaper for It. -What can I do lo keep a 11.95 PocketKnives
T to 12 noon Monday through Thursdayand I don't know who is responsible for thief from stealing my Bill Folds I
all day Friday including a trip to; this improvement l Iri the church news,' car?"
the Jacksonville State-Museum and but it In commendable. I just had to '11.00 '7'0
Brest Planetarium: Registration I* say, Thank' you.!.I,am impressed. I.
limited, so i any interested parents Ida Sue Schmitt
should -call the church office immediately Starke Fla. "We? ;Vcari, otter home BBM" -
964-6864. | simple suggestions which *285.
,Saturday June 11.the youth(rising will/ help the odds In your Smith Corona'Rig.-
6th grade-12th grade) will b* alien-\ Grace
ding a special Youth Rally at Cypress," faVOfh. TypewriterIMfrrtaCr :
Gardens. Coal for transportation and Bible. School, Park'frm! ,I; a well lighted
entrance to Cypress Gardens Is $13- To Begin Soon area More than 2/3/ of auto $250

Any youths are Invited tor call the Carl E.SUncll ,, "(hells .take place at night, '
church office to make reservations-. Vacation.: Bible,:School' will'' egif AlwaYS"clOse all'windows': portable,

"The church Is now having two Sunday services flecelyes Degree..., June 20-24 at' Grace Baptist Church. lock all' doors and take : AM-'M
at 9 a.m:and 11 a.m.'on Grif f 1* Loop.
Nursery Is provided for both services. Classes will be held for children aged your keys with) you. One ol Head Set
Dial-A-Prayer Is 964-4712. 'Carl Edwin'BUncll has completed 3 to 11 from a.m.to 11 a.m., Monday every live'tats stolen yearly push Button With
the requirements for graduation from through Friday. Youth classes !js left ,unlocked' with] 'the Telephone Radio
Southeastern Baptist Theological will be from 7-9 p.m. each evening. key In the ignition9.' 3a.50
Seminary and has !been awarded the For 'more information please call We'll'' 'have other 'lips Reg. !39.93, Ro9.
of.:Divinity degree:at Com-. 9645658. Rev. Don Scheetz pastor.
l.JutCb'f"I .Master mcncement exorcises on May 14. fate in this column.. In the. '21.0O: 29.95
and Mrs. meantime. car adeftuately .
Stand Is the son of Mr; '' is.your ,
'f"I, ;" "' \I, C.E. SlancU.ft,. 3, Box 405, Starke' nosY ASSEMBLY'OF GOO :! ,!insured" ? We can
{ He Is a graduate at Bradford High Hwy 16 W.: Weldon. 884-6971 help y&u'+ ,
; .School:. !and,WayUml! Baptist College! Pastor George Watson and 3 Pleco

'. The: Congregation Invite You to'. HODGES Comb, Brush 'QuartsI
:.' 'Come and Worship With Us

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Place 3rd in Starke TourneyStarettes .. \: ': : _

Hor-i: t-for-4F Umpires that ,volunteered their services -
hosted a junior women's SI."o'Ut' 1:1: Babes baited 2-for-4, -for-l, NEW18"BARCOUNTERVIBE.
l-for-4 and 3-for-4 in the order of the were Cookie Mundorf Jerry
Softball tournament in Starke last Mai-elles:: Eagles 12
weekend and ended up with the third SlnrHlrs.1' : Flllis: games. She ended 9-for-24 overall. McGriff, Chub Johnson Chuck 3400
Johnson, Jeff Johnson Ruth Johnson, ,
place trophy. Stall'PUt'SI x Babes Other leading hitters for the Staret _
"We played fantastic defense and Sturellrs III Uubereltes 17 tes were-Stacy, Reddish' 10-for-23 Herman Shoening, Steve Cubbedge;'
we were aggressive at batting," com- t.435), Kelly Jackson tl-for-23'.348)' and Nelson Green.Starettes. ; 'THIS FATHER'S DAY give'him the mkWze: 18" bar Poulan
mented Starettes Coach Loretta Mar- The only two losses that the Staret- Tammy Lynn 7-for-24 ( .292)); Tara built for ,jots) at a small-size price.
chant about tile performance of the tes suffered were against the first and Marchant 7-for-17 (1.412), Terri To PlayIn professionaM&,
team during the tournament. second place teams in the tourna- Fender 6-for-20 (.3001), Stephanie Cub- Jax Tourney Feature Include):
Starettes won the first game 8-7 ment. !bedge 8-for-19 (.316)), .3.4 C.I.D. EngineCounterVibe or Exceed Any Standard In,
against the Fillis from Mandarin in Doberetles of Jacksonville placed Local, businesses and Individualsthat Starettes will be participating in a
the World
Jacksonville. Marchant noted that first in the tourney and Eagles of donated to make the tournamenta Jacksonville women Softball tournament \ for Less
some especially good defensive plays Tallahassee took the second place successful were: Western'Steer at Drew Park on Parental Home Operator Fatigue and Solid StateIgnition
were made during the game. tournament. Wendy's. Normans Farm Ted andJudy Road. Greater Safety .Safety Control Tip Bar.
Babes traveled from Camelia, Ga. Clark; Brahma Starke Recrea- Three divisions will be playing In Automatic Chain Oiler with Poulan Low Kick Chain.
Scores for the rest of the KUIIIOH are to play in the tournament. tion Department, Water's'Grocery, the tournament and the Starettes will Manual Safety Hand Guard.-
listed: Marla Reddish had two home runs Hardees, McDonalds The Meat be playing in the junior womens divi- Supplement ,
during the tournament and ended Store Powell's Dairy F'reez'e': and sion. First game is scheduled for 7:45 Muffler Noise Level to Meet All STANDARD

Starches H -1m"! 7 with a .375 batting average. Reddish Sonny's- Bar-B-Que. "" '01' p.m. Friday night. This year. Oft* him the beat,Give Him a Poulan.

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ship, ending the regular season play. Double.. elimination tournamentplay Elder 1-fo.-2 with a doubl., Bawen 2-for-4 PLUS: Saw one HALF PRICE only $20.00 'J.
The Twins scored an early 11-2 se- Twin. 31 004 U started last Friday night-when with. triple. with of Poulan 3400
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could not overcome. last place team Brooker Red with the .... leading hlrleratC Snow and Starling '- Available At
i Hitting by Ashley Alday D. Elder Twin. Uniting hlttersiAshley Alday Twins coming out on top 20-1. I each l-for-2. "
and Randy Milton enabled the Twinsto 1-lor-l with a triple! O. Elder 3-ior-3 witha Monday night the fourth place Suns Starke '
get the early game lead. Alday and doubl., L. Grran l-for-2 K. Boon beat. the sixth place Phillies 1412.,. Suns '114 0013 14 ; Power Equip.. ,
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another win this 20.1 over the daub I.. Twins L 2M 6SO"". 20 2-for-3 with a home run. 382-1388 tor nMiMt aoure* ol ottor. We ouar iK.* dwuM| Jock at adwrMod price.BARGAIN .
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Athletics beat the S&W at 5-6, Olins at 3-D and Lawtey Twins, 2-for-a with a double, Jim 'Oruenwaldn?.
Raiders Friday; May 6 to take the at 2 9. 2-for-3:Wayne Oonahoo. Ken Teal, and f
lead in the mens open softball leaguek Olin's made the Country Boys fight Bob Furlong all!.-tor-3.. : -* .
__ of only three games in the league. for the win Tuesday night taking a 9-0
lead in the first inning on nine straighthits i "
Athletics lead the league with a 10.2 including a double by Carter. Raiders"leading hlllenl3lorwl'h a
record with two weeks of games and double: Tommy Reddish 3-lor-4, Donald.
make up games left in the season. One SUMMARIES Wheeler 3-for-4.. '-i.t!.> ,;. BUYS
of the Athletics losses was due to a !'" ',I I,
forf let because of a lack of players at- Monday,Jun.A MJ 011 954. 11',

the game. Olln's toO' Mr' M, .;' ,, -.:,.... r ; i
Lockeroom .402 021 9 .. l
D&J Country Boys eased up to Raid.* 100 010 2 1 "
Lockeroom within the last two weeks Country Boy (leading nlHerti*.. MIK.I''
including a 18-15 win over Olin's Lockeroom 'feeding hlttersiTorry, 3-for-S with a double R. Carter :;:J-lor-5 u '
I Mobile Homes Tuesday night. Country Hard_ 3-lor-4 with a doubl. Bob Smith ''with. double, TI( Potts 3-for-4 with a double i 1 .
I Boys are second in the league witha Mor-3, Clark Stovoll 2-tor-4 with two and trip!., T'. Gaines"-'OJ'.4.T..A-IZ)' I I' .
9-4 record. Raiders are next in line double, Sam Sibley 2.fo'-... Jeff Stone manS-for-S. .11\1'\ -, ''1 .. -.
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spot in ,the .102 0 \, 030 000 1Norman nay T. Dempsey I-lor.:3. Hnrrtott
women soft bull 3 for 4, Hatnin
open '.rfact 10 003 for 4, llri'jrt' loq I iCubbettei. :'.
001 4 ? 003 027 13
9eagnere'eetr I ftet"-'a'1JII' drfaat"trhm" ".." I .. leading hltterssBetty Borree ':lgolf< for; with a :
.. Irlplo Vonda Hull
"SfaretHnl 4 for Dossiersit"'
Pizza Hut last leading h-.rT'lll"lI-7-lbr.., 4 lor-4 with>'!double; 'Bartort',f.lor-4.1': ntls: ...art..o .. .vu v. > 100 111 S
with inliold
Wednesday 7 homo .
night, June M. R.ddl.h lor-4 vr an rum, Donisa Cummings
with a triple, S. Reddish Jackson 4 00. ...
I. 0"-" with a doublo. Moines3for1 .
Port let 2 lor S. Phylis' Bullaa 4 lor Cubbettes ; ''
2-lor-4 with a doubt and trlpl. S. with S with two leading nltterl': Mart: : with
. Pizza Hut rallied In the last two doubles, Jones with a infield' homo runs, Val an infield, home
with hits Inning Cubbedge3-for-4 with a doublo. T. F.nd.r double, Johns 2.for.3 with a double: Cubbettes. Hamm 4 for S with run Dosue I l fr.r.3 with a
from Cauley Stvens Brown- 202 340 on Inlield home double
4-for-3 T. run Tracy' Hantjoronr
; OompMy' lor-3 with doublo. Rebels. Puss
(with a triple) and bevoe a loading hltterstOvarmon>3,' Hut 001 .lor.SS
to scord! 10 loading 000 1 with two doubles. Daeilers leading hIU.W.I"a'm\/ .
hltteraiBroughlon .
three runs and take the one point ads Gelger' l-or-3. 2-lor-3 with Argo, Crought.lor.2.I t Cubbettes 'leading hltteraiWIIIiam Rebels leading hlttersNora Dreblow 2 lor 4. Jackson 3 for... loverton I 1"or.3
vantage. Norman's Manning a lor-3 B, Mock J.for.3. loo 2 'lor 2.'lor.4, w'th'
couldn't produce! doublo. Shannon for-3.. -3. Lynn' Thrower 3 'lor 4 with a dou a double,
In the bottom of 'the last Inning and Rowdies ,1OO.d.t.: Strong 2.'or.3. A. Bright ,.,?,.., wh, a ble, Gloria Sapp I 'lor.2. Gina Argo
Pizza Hut St.r....* OOQ 2)3 .8 double, DeSue 2.fo.2. .
marked their 2 lor'3, lorelta Rewdles
first Ross
win Plssa Hut Judy Broughton 200 257 '. 14
I/O 201 II Rowdies i Pls.. ; .
against Normans their third (hi* > leading hittersP.) Starling Hut leading' klttersiOevoe; Star) 2"0'.3. Perfect 10
? ;;;RdwdM| .t; I, ? .1' 300' 003 4 2-for-4. B. ing 400 060 10
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season. S. Kilby' 2foeswith Dw''
Strfckland Rowdies
Pin. Hut loading hlttemEvant 3.or-5 I.' 2-for-2f leading hlHersB Kilby :for-4..
.," a doublo, M. Carlton 2"lor-4 with a ""2. PliiaHut .
:) with or 1r1 1., Cauloy 3-for-4 with a dou. doubl., 1. Burmeed ff\ $: 104 103 9Normans Reed 3 for-S with a double and triple, S.
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/STANDINGS* "I"" ., ,1"' bio1 and S. 430 010 Kilby, 3.for.S. G.
Sloven. 3:for-4 with'' double SPiss. Kilby with a double,
Brown Wilkerson with
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a doubl. Dovoo lor-4 with It.,. ..
Cult.. ... leading hHlersiS.. Cubbedge .
: .' dorl 2 'lop-". Brown 2 lor 4 with a triple, seed 3 for-3 with a double.
a doublo.
Rebel. ,, 1 ,- ." ,..,; r. Dowltt 2.'or.. 2-lor-3 M. Reddish lor-4 with a double, '. G.:. ISI 187 D&,,:>. 3for1.Normans .
Rowdies.' '" : '..\"< ,'.' :-1 114K. dl.. loading hlttersiKllby" 2-(or-4, S. Reddish for-4 with a double. K, "Rebels. |o| )0] -0 Lading hlttersiJockson Perfect 10 hl
Rood with a doublo. Cordon 2.for.3, Burn- Jackson 'or... .G.'. leading "ersNettles.
with two doubles, B. TonI leading hltteraiSherle .
Pino.HutDossier. 7.10 ...d 2-for-3. p. Burnseed lor-3 with a .'I Hank.r.onM lor-4, Maine 3.for 4, S. Davis 2.lor.4. Broughton Browning 2.for.4.Hordenbrook '

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Northside Baptist remains of top of ( race /-lit with a home run.
the mens church league (A division), Slarke SUrii l-lor-3
Smyrna' leading r>IHersTralner 3.'or.4.
even without
playing a game this
West for-3.. .
By week. It-Division\ Thursday.June 2

Kingsley Lake and First Baptist are !

.... ': Pr f ..ia ,.. : right records behind Northside with 9-3, 9-4, Presbyterian I'M'Jiinvrim Grace Presbyterian Baptist 150 010 005 200 11 3 Starke Smyrna' Sters 200 101 000 011 4 2
'. .' ; < respectively. Kingsley Lake ;. 1) :;

-' marked up one win during the week, .: Klmt. MelhodiHt H-H Presbyterian
: : ; : 9-4 First hlHersBuddy Smyrna leading
over Methodist. hlttorstBuddy
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;,:;, : First Baptist -dlv .;,. Air Palarson lor-4 with a triple, Eddie Dyal' Broughton 2.'or.2.'
1! ,'" I' .' ..' whopped slon., <.. Park i 211'JrlStars lor-3 with a double, Darrall Mullerup
: Smyrna Baptist 18-4 last week. Star leading hlltersiWarren, with
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Wager 2.'or.3.
We WiU Print'Your Envelopes Presbyterian Is leading: th'e'4'., Grace leading ohome run. Hudson, Jones 1 I.for 1.
hltterstRondy' Crews Buchanan 2-for 3.Gras. .
B-divlsion with -
a 10-4 record.
1 Smyrna : SUMMARIES .
.fo'.2. Pat Welch 2 lor-3
Is next in line with '. with a double,
a 9-9 record.
/63/4 '" Dayrl Nasworth lor-3..
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<; % -- Monday, Juno 4 703 001 It
STANDINGS Methodist 002 000 2

$1.7 A-DivlHion First Baptist 401 34S IB Methodist Kingsley 000 423 9
5.0.per orthslde 002 200 4 Grace leading hlf er :B. Warren l-lor-4
000 4
I. boo Kingsley' leading hltteriiW
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Klngslry Baptist 9-3: tit First Baptist leading hIMersiSapp, for-4 with two doubles a run. Chuck Johnson 3 for-4
First D. Crawford with a double, J. Sasser 2.'or.3.
Baptist tM Steven for-4, lewis 2 for-4 with two for-4 with a doubl.
Slarke Stars 7-4 homo Tann.r Methodist leading hlttorsGolnot,
run. with a doubl., Hartley' Methodist

New River Got!' 3-for-4 with two doubles, McG. 2.for4Smyrna ,2-for-4 with an leading Infield home MttersiThomoi run, Smith far-3.Eaves,.longer I-for-3 lee Hordenbrook

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##0-24 I ; Reg.-White:Woven -Envelopes Starke Giants made It through the Braves 7-1 Gold loading hlttersColeman: with a trl.'pl. r'7 J-for-4' with a double, Allan Porter l-lor-3'

year without a loss to take the championship MetsLawley ... .. with a double, Bob Buckwalter for-4

s of the Dixie Youth Major Gold 3., with a home run.

1,9. D League, finishing regular season play Breaker 3.,,, Giants 104 240 II

9 ,.1,000 with an. 11-4 win over second place LawtoySlua ':,. 2.JO Dodger 130 000 4 Mat leading hlttersiDavid' Laienbee

Dodgers Friday night, June 3. l-lor-3.' Kirby Hllderbran 1-for-2. Hal

I The Dodgers stayed in the game until .I SUMMARIES Giants leading hlttersAkrldge with a Doyle l-lor-3, Brady Rhberg l-lor-2' witha

the final two innings when the triple, Porter l-lor-2 Buckwalter 3-for-4 double, Jason Smith 'l-lor-2 with a double *

Giants scored .two then four runs in 4. Friday, Jun.3 with two doubles Simmon. for-3.. .

each. Dodgers. 'leading hlltertStanwlM-Hay'

Earlier in the week the Giants rolled Graves SOS 010 II l-for-2. lawtey Blue 124 372 19

16-5 over the Mets. Gold 001 000 Iy Iroo.., 400 002 8

.: Braves leading hltteraiNoegel for-3

STANDINGS with a double, Langley l-lor-3 Douglas Wednesday,Juno 1

We Will Print Your' (3 for-3 with a double, Reddish -lor-2 with Blue leading hlttaritWard lor-3 with a

Envelopes Glents "'12-0 <>>'a'\ horn run, Klmutls t t-lor-3 with a triple, Giant 070 440 U double Berry lor-4.. Wit 1-for-3

Dodger .,.3 Jenkins l-lor-2, Jackson. l-for-2 with a Met 212 000 S Brookor leading hitterK. Dyal l-lor-3
IJ2 W/ndbw/ Envelopes homo run. Giants leading hlttersiPaul Akrldge Brigham I-lor with a double.

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l Actions are In the lead of the Dixie Olympian 7... Pioneer leading hlttersiTerell for-4, L.

Boys League with only one week's Wishbone 0.3Merchants Centrell l-lor-3 with a double. Cory,
Santa Fe and Suwannee Rivers
are regular games left in the season. The 44 lor-3 with a double and triple. Bobby' L.
beginning to offer excellent fishing Dixie Boys will play in a champion-- Pioneer 1.. for-4 with a home run.

AO Prices Based 'on-Camera Ready Copy for bass.redbreast, sunfish and Suwanee ship tournament at the end of the Breokor I-10
Breaker '
season as did the other two Dixie leading hlttersiR. Nipper with
with one color "The rivers are now starting to, leagues. SUMMARIES a home run. J. Lewis 3.forwith a triple/
drop back into the banks and this and home run M. Smith for-4.. B. Snow

traditionally means good fishing," Action are in th lead in standing Breaker. ..'leading hltterlewi 4-for-.. 3for.with a double and home run.
said Jerry Krummnch,. fisheries with an 8-1 record while the Olympians Polk -'or. Whlt.'or.3.

biologist for the Game and Fresh are in second with a 7-4 mark. Thursday', June 2

Water Fish Commission.

"The fish have been feeding on newly The Actions narrowly beat 1-10' Friday, June 3 Olympians' 212 SOO 10

flooded land which offers an abun- Brocket.last,Monday night 13-12. Merchant 201 002 S

dant food supply, and of course, the 'Pioneer,ook., 437 001 14 Olympian leading hlttersB Davis
abundant food supply means the fish ,In the bottom of the sixth inning the 213 0044 14 2-for-4' with two double Hall lor-4 witha

are fat and healthy," commented game was tied 12-12 then Harold Monday', Jun.4 double Mcleod 2.lor.1. Wise .-'or."

Krummrtch. In addition to the red- Heavner scored on walks to give the with a double. D. Davis 2.for-3. Kelley'

r Printing: / .its Best breast and Suwannee bass good Actions the win. That game gave the Action 701 041 13 2-for-3 with a doubla. Hick for-3 with adoubl.

numbers of stumpknockers are being Actions the one game leading over the Breaker 171 102 12 '..

,, Bradford ,Printers caught. Olympians.' Merchant leading hlttersiWood

1 ] The best fishing methods have been STANDINGS Actions 'leading hlllarsiWhitahaad lor-4.' Carver :3-for-4, Jones :3-for-4 witha

110'W- tall St.- Starke 964-5764 small spinners and live crickets fish-, '" l-lor-3 with a home run, G. Beanos doble and 'rip I.. Williams l-lor.3.Blankanship .

I I : :; .: .. :t ed near shoreline trees and stumps. Action, ..1 for3.. William 2"tor.3 with a doubla. l-lor-3. Green for-3.' .

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I BRADFORD. COUNTY mlKollaneou TO Hattie Moo Jenkins' Quarter (NW') of Section said line of said, Forty a 6/07 4tpd 6/23 NOTIFIED thai on action
t t96 'hit : par- distance of SOO foal lathe NOTICE to foreclose a mortgageon
CASE NO 83. Almalins.y. Gwthrio; 23 Township 6
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Oundloch sated In Unit OF INTENTIONTO
'' ''r ., containing 9.63 acres, REGISTER ty In Bradford County
.. ,. Altle Nedd Mitchell the following two
:*ROBERT" >.' '. .- '23' of Allan'* Attic. ,''- Cecil i. Nedd. parcels: more ar .less. All In Bradford FICTITIOUS NAME Florida: One square acre REGISTER
located Sta,.Road 100 Florida. FICTITIOUS NAME
al County, In the Northeast
Husband, ...,. Wolter S. Nedd. OrlsNedd. 1. On. half acre .In quarterof
1 and'? and; laura Stroot, Jtarko, Howard Nedd. Northeast corner. You ara required to Pursuant to Section the Northwest quarterof
Florida will bo old at Walter Kelly Lois Fo"*.- 2. Begin at th.' Northwest serve a copy' of your' 86S.09, Florida Statute, Section 29 Township 6 CHARLES MacDONALD -
Legal .KIMBERLYANNPRITT, public auction on' the blah Hamilton. Emma (NW) corner of written defenses If any' 'notice I I. hereby given South Range 22 East a* hereby' gives
WI!., 9a.m. to It on Ellen Krugman- the follows nonce thai he Intend toregister
premises beginning at Lyons' Hill John Parry the Southwest Quarter that undersigned :
I ., Juno 27, 1983. J.Ichod. Kelly, of the Northwest Kadl, Esquire, STARKE NURSING Commencing al the the Clerk of
Notices: : NOTICE! OF SUIT Allan' Attic P.O. Box George A. Kelly.'. Francis Quarter (NW/i) al Section Petitioner's attorney', HOME INC.. 808 South Southeast corner of the Circuit Court for Bradford .
NO PROPERTY 654 whose address is P.O. Collay' Rood Starke. FI above named forty acres County. Florida the
Keystone Height Mae Gvv_ Issac Kelly, 33,<_ Township--. 4, fictitious
\, <' j t"i.E' ;% 'rt iTO ,.Florida 33636.JV : Aaron Kelly', Fletcher South; Range 20 East In Box 1246. Gainesville 32091, sole or joint and running 210 .feet LEE name of MAC
BID ON : 'A i : >B1TT. *" 6/09 Jlchg 6/16 Kelly, Seeber Kelly Bradford County.. Florida 32602 on or owners. doing business' north to a point ol' beginning CONSTRUCTION and
COUNTY EMPLOYEES Street. before June 21. 1983. under the firm Thence' West to engage In business
800 E, Ohio, Pitt- Amos Kelly." Margaret Florida tlienca run East name of : run
HEALTH. INSURANCE" burg Pennsylvania) NOTICE TO BID Golden' ''Jordan; Carol along the Forty line a and file the original' with WHISPERING PINES CARE! 210 fe.l,. thence North under that fictitiousname

j PLAN .!1IS212"\ ., \ ,...t.lI./ Carl Nadd Eddla' distance of 5SO feet to a 'tha dark of this Court CENTER Intend toregister 210 feet:"thence East 210 with a principal
YOIJ4' ARE''HIIUIV+ either before service on said 'loot thence South 210 place business atRo..t.
\ Tho' City of Stark.'I.calling Motley Eugene Nedd, stoke, thence run fictitious :
Th. Bradford CountyBoard1 NOTIFIED that wHoctlon': : for bide On Elizabeth Nadd, 'RonaldNedd Southerly' 750 loot to a Petitioner's attorney' or name under the -:'..',","-. the' point of 2, Sox 22OO
ol'Count/Conv' 'lor'ulsolutlorf". of"inorrlegw ,> i General' Liability lnurance. > Ida KellySmyrna' stoker. thence run North Immediately' '' thereafter: 'aforesaid' statute: .. "beginning.. ,being ana Starka, Florida 32091.
It:' mlnlonori 'on will opon ho boon:, fllodi'';' ( The bid will b* Strong Lawrence, Ira of Westerly a distance of otherwise. |udgement Dated this 24th day' of square" 'acre', more or Mac DONALD/ /CHARLES '
sealed bid Monday. be entered In due .
may May.' A.D., 1983 In Bradford less.
..again_you and,you pro 7:00 ".M. In a Jenkins, lullsha Lyon. 730 Joel to a slake, .
opened : DUDLEY
.t July It. 1983. at, 2:00': I : course upon tho petition. County. Starke, Fl. TOGETHER WITH A HARDY. P.A.BY. .
required let serve a copy''bfyeurivvItI.n Newby., Fterrla. Lyons, thence run North along
In ten. Commit 'regular City.. CommlMlon'meeting DATED on May 23. 1971 Champion Mobile : John H. Jones, Esq.
,, p.m. '! : defense$'. Slack. Inai Kelly Taylor, said Una pf said Forty a 5264tchg6l6IN
21 on Juno 21, P.O. Drawer 1030
lon.r Room ? .
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'. AIL bid and propnal* If any toll, on the plaintiff 1983.: The bid. will b* O-une| Kelly' Matthew. distance of 500 feet to' 1983 GILBERT S. BROWN i ,i Y .-, 0419770028.ha Starke. Florida:32091
mark. attomoy, 'whao t' rood aloud. The -City; Georgia Mae Hoggin, the pOint of beginningcontaining / filed ((904))964.S70IAtlornay
haula bo plainly ,? 9.63ocres Clark of Court'' been against "
Eialeo Kelly ,
'ed "Sealed Prepaid tad name and address I Ie: 1 the.fight oc-_ .Myrler Kelly for Registrants
I' reserve to Herman' less/XII Bradford Barbara: Starrier THE CIRCUIT you' and you' ore requiredla
Group ,...uronc.'....Tha<** Dudley' P. Hare"--. *: 'copt er reject any or all" Kelly' ',," Dorothea.Kelly'Kelly A.C. more County M f lor idq. As Deputy Clerk COURT. EIGHTH serve a copy' of your' /I9 4tchg" 6/09
bid. mult bo M 'h.tttad- P.O. Drawpr1.1020. I IStark. .:/ i C, Odell. CtR is' Jill S/264Khge/l4 JUDICIAL CIRCUIT written defense. If any NOTICE!
,lord County CterkVOf-; .,' ., Florida 32091: | : ,(:, 'Idepacllcotlon.. may. AND" Alt 'PARTIES! '; SOuth.a.rlQ..a.;: <...e OF FLORIDAIN to I It, on the plaintiff's attorney. ', OF INTENTIONTO
fica by |12:00. p.n- ,on And"'ffqfhi\| "original, t ,\obtained/ at the City'Clerk's HAVING OR CLAIMING (SE'4)., of fsofthwesQuarter NOTICE AND FOR whoso name and' REGISTER
Monday July' 1'.' 1983. with the clerk 'ol the ', i ,OF INTENTION ,, BRADFORD COUNTY address I isDUDLEY
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',Specification; .: < J>.'o,. ul,..., ,t<>83l'othorwtao' PROPERTY; .!.HiREIN South Wfait except ,FICTITIOUS NAME Case No. 83-177 P.A. Pursuant to Section
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please contact tho Clerk\ : / .') Commission, ,DESCRIBED; ", :? I the following, two ." P.O. Drawer 1030. 86S.09.'Florida Statutes,.
Finance Dopartmont al ... Pursuant to Section HARRY B.t>eWin$>and Slarka. Fl 32091
1'101an. Nell L.Tucker. YOU ARE NOTIFIED) parcel: V.) rot
notice: I lit hereby giventhat
; ,'((904 9446280ext> 23O* ', ',''y..u"f6H% t .. '.' City ClorkS194lchg6O9. that a Petition to; Determine 1.,.One half-acna"\tt 'gbS.g9/ Florida Statutes SHIRLEY, D.WITT. ((904)) 964-S70I.
", Tha ,County reserve*,' 1I1d..f ,. Plaintiffs/ \ and file tha original ;undersigned
1 demdnrfed'Hn' Bonaffelarla. of the' Northeast. cernar..! : notice I I. hereby given : ,
the right, (tarect, | : amo'I the that .the Ws- with the clark al the Robert O. and Lisa A.S.
11 ptolnf or1 / Estate of GEORGE KELtLY 2.:Begin at Northt
'and all bide.'L 1 : ; irf; CIRCUITOuRT ALICE WOODS and above styled court on or, Bryan, ',0. Box 1203,
,,;WITNESS my, 1 J-i.. ; THS ,,Jx ..been filed with'tha (NWc0m' <
"" __'" .,',tyro...oLot told.Court on...... OF FLORIDA; Clark of Bradford the .Southeast{ Quarter North Temple' A".., WARRiN L. SHAVER before June TI. 1983otherwise : Slarka, Fl 32091, sole' or
-"GrtbaftS: Zl f KSHTM JUDICIAL3YW1 "County CIcu'.Court Sf'/VJ of the Northwest Fl sole. and a (judgement Joint owners. doing
concerning ( Slarka 32091. or
Board." '. I ""' ,. 9tJCJ.rJ of-! 11.IItJ It .bo entered)
Clark to the : (.crItCI.It'r.INANO' NWK MARION B. SHAVER. may' against business, undW'the firm
t tho/1 I loKeHnfl Quarter ( > crl Sec- .
.GI 'J ( 101. owner*, doing .
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for the relief
\ : 41 i j !:: ., FOR 811A0f0RE Defendant you of BRYAN DIVERSIFIED
Ai CI.rk ot told CaUr't' real' property:, tier"! 23. Township 4' business under the firmname name -
B. ,EllersonCounty demanded In the
Esther cam-
'COUNTY FLORIDAROOATE Those .certain lots, South. Ronga 20 East In P.O. Bex 1203,
:: ; Director: ){ '. ...1yMorfa: Mcftp,". DIVISION < I. of STARKE MOTOR NOTICE OF SUITPROPERTY plaint.. petition.
finance Fl'
black, ., Bradford County, Slarke, 3209T. Intendsso
place ,ar
739 North Tern.
"a/092lchgd/l6 ;,P' .J. ''r.Mo.: Irtl"' 4i1.jI -.a )4' .lie thence COURT. WITNESS hand and
: FtUNO.I3-IOoCP parcel" of (land.situate' Florida run EaL; my sold fktiNousname
", )!oW 6t".IC 3 '. 'J. ss 'i.. tying t ((110'l1dl.ro"c.oI ',I'pl., Avenue, Startle, the seal of said.. Court an. register
and the Party under
uS'i... 1,rt .frteP II M UN RE: THE ESTATE OF County of being Bradford. 'and along S50 f.et.MrlN" li,'!' !Florida Intends, 'fie > 'j. TO; Warren; t, Shawer.'runlton. May 20.. 1983 '" aforesaid the
1fIUc.kOTICI.: GEORGE S.KIILY.Deceosed. :' I'ag,...*. 'sold' ,.flctfttou( ? West Virginia {; GILBERT S. IlIowNA. statute.
CIRCUIT of Florida and stake, thencerun
IN THE State Dated this 3
sl day of
.'.' rtder. -theelor.soid Clark ol'Sold Court
.I4f" .YMJ- "more1" Southerly" 750 feat ID name; ,, ;. \,26444.
EIGHTH particularly
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"tJUDICTACCiRCU1T"' FLORIDA 83.801., Florida 5ta......., AMENDED'NOTICE wits Westerly" 4 tfls" of'''ftfttUDoMd' tril..:3IM day of, ((/,*"',S.......... tu-', ."pVesR:toi 4 "h \ I. As Deputy Clerk lord County. Florida..i .

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fulatiiiK It,'Sheriff IJ.lili| KitMisli Ims suggested rtiiiuluting burlesque was approved unanimously at the,.
lo the County 'ommiK.sion. 'l'umulIlY.llilh" May f,'rmtclln"There (, .
Commissioner Charles: Schaefer hUll I list Slurkc city ': 'is, nothing, in- Ihl.CilY ordinance now that
council looking Into banning it prevents hurlcKuue All you need IK Si.imn' and you're in..
.fl"'is the recent appuuruncc of u group of five business," said CommlKslnnor; Schaefcr .
men called"The MaleF actor" for u "iJidieH Only Nile" Sheriff 14'fJlllshnlted it was tho first times such a ?
at The Lighter Knot Lounge at the Starkv, Motor Inn on group has been set If I ulr.ar.ln Bradford County: "Will
Momoridi Day ; i there bo a seeondtime. thu sheriff asked the commissioners .' .
1. Due to public protest, the group'. appearance was ,
cancelled "It makes people think of pornography," noted Sheriff
"My phone rung oft I the hook.' Wild f County= Commissioner -. .Reddish,suggesting the commission might want t' pass
Maxie Carter Jrt: Other commissioners. nodded an ordinance regulating nude or partially nude dancing .
agreement Monday May ,C, : .., ,The commission's final word was: that IIII wait to see
City CommlKllioncr"Schuefer'K suggestion that the what the Starke council comes up with, and KO from,
Stiirke council hiivq! C'Mv ""rn.'v Terry Brown study (here

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Jacksonville Tea Men take to lype for the. operation, but the money must
I the field this Saturday night not to Doctors say this may come tom be raised for payment thereafter .
play one of their regular games but to morrrow, or it might not be,for mon The address for donations Is:
New Key Club Officers..... aid a Jacksonville boy who IB suffering the to come that's the nature of the ''Franklin Wayne Silcox Jr. Trust
from a rare form of liver disease cruel waiting game the children and Fund, care of the Greater Jackson-
These three Bradford High Kluilvnts Here ",t..elllI ns Mr. and Mrs David Bennett. that may be fatal unless a donor for a parents must play. ville Community Foundation, Barnett
the new Key lob Officers for next pur.The Key(lub is The officers 'were Installed during the purrnl appreciation | transplant is found soon. The, donor must be from a brain- Bank Building, Jacksonville, Fl
supported bv the Imiil Kiw anis (tluh. Banquet Tuesday, May ::111, at the WesternMerr. 19-month-old Franklin Silcox.son of dead hut biologically living child, 32202.
They lire (from left to right:Secrcalary Selinu Franklin and Joyce Silcox of MurrayHill such as one injured in an auto acci.
CiisHellK. daughter of Mr. amid. III'N."UII .tiiHHrllH. ; Thornton and Kay Allen (mil shown) ullenileil the in Jacksonville Is with others on a dent, doctors explained. The Tea' Men take to the field
Pr..ith.1I1OIlIIa Thornton, LiiiKhler of Mr. and Mrs. Florida Key Club Convention and Allen wan selected I.I. list at the Children's Hospital In Pitt- The: hospital will not deny the little ,against the Tampa Bay Rowdies
Donald Tliurnlon; Ive-prebidcnt Jason Bennett, son of Govn. 0' the stale. sburg who must wait for a donor of boy's life saving operation if the funds:' B-team this Saturday night In an efortto
the same weight, tissue and blood are not on hand when the time comes' help the Silcoxs'Kopelousos .


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Retained to Work on Mining Ordinance I

Attorney John Kopelousos of Georgia-Pacific Corporation's proposal flee had received comments on the desirable water levels in nearby lakes
F Orange Park, has been retained to to mine peat in the 5,316-acre proposed instrument from everyone' and rivers,and as a favorable habitat
assist In developing a peat mining or- swamp, Hardy, (the father) stated except the Lake, Dwellers.'Association for wildlife. Under Georgia-Pacific's
dinance for Bradford County, replac- that he favored the mining operation.In ,a group of Santa Fe Lake property reclamation guidelines the swamp
ing County Attorney Dudley Hardy announcing the appointment of owners who have vigorously opposed could be converted to Other uses, such
who asked to withdraw from the process Kopelousos Tuesday, Zoning Director mining"the'swamp because of as a recreational lake, or agriculture.At .
In order to avoid any appearance L.M. Gaines said the new attorney alleged detrimental effects on santa'Fe a later workshop, after both
rtAY of a conflict of Interest. would meet with him and County Lake, Santa Fe River, and groups had submitted proposed mining -
Hardy told the County Commis- Commissioner Nook Norman on June ultimately the Suwannee River. ordinances, the s committee appointed -
sioners at their Monday, June 6, 27 in Gaines' office. Norman Is zoning "Do you want me to get the comments by the commission to ar-
meeting that he had read that it mightbe chairman of the County Commission. together and call a meeting1 bitrate differences came up with a
construed as a conflict of interestfor Gaines told the Commission Mon- Gaines asked."Whatever.. draft that was basically the one sub-
him to work on the proposed' day that he Is convinced the county Let's do something!:! mitted by Georgia-Pacific, the company
S'_, dinance and he wished to have no fur needs a peat mining ordinance now, Just do It. Let's got I," said Commission to be regulated. Copies of.the
ther Involvement in the process. and can develop another ordinance Chairman Lawrence Moeley, ob- draft were then sent to G-P. Lake
Although not mentioned during the later dealing with phosphate and viously Impatient with the six-month Dwellersm Suwannee River Water
meeting, Douglas Hardy, the at- other types of minerals. "I don't think delay since December 6 when a room. Management District,and North Central
torney's father, owns 151 acres in the you can Incorporate both In one," he full of Santa Fe Lake Dwellers evokeda Florida Regional Planning Council
Santa Fe Swamp on the northwest said.Gaines prqmise from the Commission to for review and 'comment. And
side of Little Lake Santa Fe. Atvan opened the discussion on the show quick action on the long delayed'' there the matter now stands.
earlier meeting for discussion ordinance by,announcing that his of- preparation of an ordinance. During the regular legislative session -
Following a workshop session on: .the House Natural Resources
s ,! January 17 a' stalemate'developed, Committee approved a bill placing
however on wording the ordinance, one-\'ear moratorium on the issuanceof
FJC Hosts AAU Scrimmage 'with attorneys for the Lake Dwellers all new peat-mining permits and
Blood Donor Club-of-the-Year... insisting -restoration" of the directing the Department of Natural
swamp after mining, and Georgia- Resources to conduct a study during
The handsome trophy being' accepted" by (01 and Mrs. Bill Wilson from "Coach Buster Harvey was a great the!'Weekly progress, the quickness of Pacific attorneys wanting to' the moratorium, of the effects?of peat
Utamhvr. President Uullu :Mdjobrlnngg. to the Chamber of Commerce for a Hot this past Saturday! i when/we the guards'and the team's.. rebounding.. ..NUtllt..-the IIRUdet i igoaHof"reclamation mining...!...Florida's wetlands and
year traveled to Florida .,unwE College In strength : U. Under the" 'LakeDwellers' water'quality' "' *. '....
Jacksonville," says'Keystone AAU ,'-On the other hand; I'm not pleasedCoaches guidelines' the swamp But the bill was'rejected by Sen.::
The Wilsons started up and continue operate the blood drives .Mark .and
quarterly Ron Ausec
that the
Kager, players are not working out
would have to be restored to performits Patrick Neal, chairman of the Senate
in Starke In the name of the Chamber of Commerce. Bertha the Bloodmobileof Bob Hurner. and playing during the week," says .
natural function.of Natural Resources
the Civiljn Blood Outer In (:ullI" tile maintaining Committee
parks al the Chamber office at The Amateur Athletic Union (AAV), Ausecf vTransportation has been a
l\JadihClIIlIlI" Walnut Streets.The(ham her keeps the trophy for a year until team, comprised of boys from are{ problem''and has caused some of the
the Civitan Blood Center names another Donor ('lub-of-lhe-Year. high schools,'scrimmaged Englewood players to miss practice," .
High School in Jacksonville after The team is hoping to scrimmage SMITH-'CDRDNA

Any member of the community tan apply to the Chamber for blood In lime practice In preparation for the state Clay High School at the Keystone gy m'
of need. So much blood has been donated In the name of the Chamber over tournament In Gainesville, June.' on Wednesday and then travel to ULTRASONIC TM
the past five or six' dears that Its credit probably never can be exhausted, 24-28. Baker High in Macclenny on Satur.
says Col. Wilson. Coach Ausec says he is pleased day for another scrimmage.

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Friday from 9 am to 5 p.m.. : The Telegraph regrets not having
Quarterback Club The Tiny Tot program for dges 4-6 Suns Indians ;, the results of this game in last week's
Meet June 16 is Tuesday and Thursday morning Issue. .
from 9:30: a.m. to noon.
Bradford There will be no charges for the programs GameDue
Play Tough
Quarterback club Is set
to meet Thursday night,June 16 at the except for field trips, arts and .f Hershey Track & Field
Bradford crafts, and tiny tot refreshments.
High Field House.
to confusion while all
BHS Athletic Director David Hurse the city Softball and baseball putting leaguesa Scheduled for June 20
invites anyone interested in football good hitting between
game the
and helping the BHS program. Four Starke Bowlers Starke Indians and Lawtey Suns was Local Hershey track and field day
Officers were elected at the last Take First PlaceIn left out of the Telegraph.. ;> will be held June 20 with several practice -
meeting. They are PresidentRonnieThomas days scheduled before then. -
; Vice-President-Jim Locke; Gainesville LeagueThe The Suns edged"19.16 over the Indians Registration for youngsters of ages
Secreatary-Michelle Parker. and Tuesday May 24 in Lawtey. 9-14 will be June 9,10,13, and'14 from
Tresurer Jean Russell. Th' game was tied going into the 9 am to 3 pm at the Starke Recreation
Rainbow Mix made up of John final inning 17-17 but a two home runs Department. a
and Sherry Ramsey and Lloyd and one each by D. Norman and A. Wood Practice days are scheduled for
FJC Proves To Be Debra Gilpin were honored for taking .boosted the Suns to the one point victory June 1517. Times have not been set
first place in the King Pins League at and will be In a later'.. Issue of the 00
Good AAU Host the Palm Bowling Lanes winter Telegraph.Age, $595
leagues in Gainesville last Saturday groups of the program are 9-10

"Coach Buster Harvey was a great night, June 4. Summaries year olds, 11-12.. and 13-14'L Events Inall MADE IN U.S.A.
host this past Saturday when we three age groups ail be the,100
funs ......1ntI hlttaratO Norman 4"tor-}
traveled to Florida Junior College in Sherry Ramsey was honored with a with two hanwrum. D. I*. 3"lor.4 with a meter. 200 meter. and 400 meter The Office
"" dashes 800! meter run,.4X100 meter
Jacksonville, says Keystone AAU trophy for the highest game average, horn run,A. Wood 3-lor-S with a double. Shop
Coaches Ron Ausee, Mark Kager,and 179 pins and horn ndnon for-4.. relay standing jump, and Softball
Bob Hurner. Debra Gilpin was noted as the most Indian. feeding hlrhmiTaylor' 3-for-i throw. In the 9-10 year old age groups. 110 W.'Call St:, Starke 4'9645764'i
The Amateur Athletic Union the $0 meter dash will be added.
(AAU) improved bowler picking her with horn
averageup a run. Pravalt) 3-for-S
team, comprised of boys from area 12 pins per game. Coodowni 4'orwith a horn run and Local, district, and state meets are
high schools, scrimmaged Englewood The team will not play at the Palm ) Smith Mor-S with determined by state"+. recreation'societies'
triple a trlpl. and state.- "" Smitlt-Corona .Is a registered trademark of SCM Corporation;
High School in Jacksonville after vary
Bowling Lanes once the bowling Sun 420 144 t 1*
practice in preparation for the state facility in Starke Is completed. Indian 150 122 1 It
tournament in Gainesville, June .::.:.. .:... If!- T lYr"1JllII" f __

2126.Coach Ausec says he is pleased with

the weekly progress, the quickness of IA IAIISS11i illlil If11 11 fpIS11A1'7gli- TORNADoROOFING Co. .1
strength.the guards and the team's rebounding .

"On the other hand, I'm not pleased w
that the players are not working out r
and playing during the week," says I II
Ausec. "Transportation has been a
problem and has caused"some of the fISH FISH\: FRY ," :"": 782-3965 .
players to miss practice. S
The team Is hoping to scrimmageClay to be at I '. '
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High School at the Keystone gym .' i '
''on Wednesday and then travel to Wfeitehead's J, '
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Specializing :"
Baker in Saturday
High Marclenny on .-1 -,n., .
for another scrimmage '.., .
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Starke Recreation Department will Correctional Officer : ,
Help get your Rights Backl! "
start It's summer program WednesReglstratlon < ,./
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day,June 15. Support.tin kt w !.. : -:
with be June 9-10 and :I <
I 13-14 at Pratt Street Center,from 9 -! United, Correctional Employees Or'Sanizatien.Tf. ; ,oo' ', ';' Free Estimates

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Details ,of the programs will 'be s ',We serve lawtey,'Keystone. Hgt, take 8 'I., A Stork.
handed out at registration. Children -- I ,n, :
ages 7-14 can come Monday through

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Youngsters learn to swim at an early age, giving. their parents some needed peace of mind

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They enter the strange new environment of the swimming pool cautiously at 1

firsts looking toward their parents and perhaps even,shedding a few tears. .....++' '" .", .. .. d' ,. ". ;
From that point on, however; babies as young. six-months-old: begin to gain "
confidence, skill and end up having a lot of fun as they participate In a unique'' Ms rt

program designed to give youngsters, and most importantly their parents,
peace of mind around the water in the summer months.
Accidental drowning Is one of the leading causes of premature death in the
United States and in our "Sunshine State" there are more potentially dangerous : ., .r4." .. ,. ':
situations for youngsters around the water than most. ... .. "1I-I.-Ar. ;#

That Is why Melanie Roberts of Keystone Heights decided to begin a series of, .JI':' t'" '.
swimming lessons for youngsters here based on the guidelines and techniques i J
established by Infant Swimming Research Inc., an Orlando-based company 1 "'.;.
started by a doctor that has been in operation since 1966. ,, .
"We can't say that your child will be 'drown-proofed' because there's reallyno ,,,,, ""'J; =

such thing, that's a misconception," Melanie explained as she put a group of '. I :
young students through their exercises at a private pool In Starke last week. ,
Every youngster needs proper supervision whenever they are near the water.
We do think that one of our students will stand a much better chance if an accident -
:, in the water should occur out of the parent's reach. The program is a '
carefully designed series of lessons that teach young children how to react in an t ,1': .
emergency In the water and what to do to help themselves." ,: If -- : .. '. JAtt.. .
The children In Melanie's class certainly seemed to be learning quickly. ... Ift1.io" ,
The youngest, a six-month-old, had little trouble floating on his back rolling \ ,'--.

over and reaching for the side of the pool to pull himself up seemingly simple 1 .'. ,. ., .
techniques that could mean the difference between life and death If that child r ,

The program was started In 1966 in Orlando by a Dr. Harvey Barnett who .1 4f

was spurred into action when a neighbor's child drowned in a drainage ditch. ';\. / Ii.. ".'

As a result he began Working with children ages five and six and gradually. ,. ,
as he refined the program moved to younger and younger children. : '
By 1972 he had over 200 area children on his waiting lUt. Two of them drowned "

before their lessons began. ; 1 .
After that, he began training Instructors and the program expanded .,
throughout the state. '
Barnett holds a Bachelors and a Masters' degree from the University of i"
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The first strokes are the hardest bu. his little guy picked It up quickly with Infant Swimming Research Instructor
little help from Instructor, to the pool, with grandmother's: help, to begin his first lesson. The 20-class vival skills they can use around the water.

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day morning at 9:3Q: 0..m. at Si,,two" .c);.*, -Catholic- -'. Chwrtrr.' ... f ago< '.:.Ms'l'. ; .:at,$ i s :.at the Bradford Nigh! M.morbi!<< Stadium.' '41"e'\1 ,' '" 1 1i f'';bo tood ot Oovornmont House across the street from (the: .dowoItpia.( .a In Sts

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.dJe4 AJochu. Ceuatji; Canurunity ot 3 and14 Tkkct for adults ond f 1 for
'C--Itr Art Cl.ss.shav., I0 t w : : ; Community Playhouse p.m. are$2
and Life Or1ng" named '"" ;: Mayan .kain SWIMMM | .., Thu c.AnIlIoI. hlldrorl. Call '49S-2728 for further "
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ofter. .Tho,..second Walt pisn.y new class style.action I. j Ij'IIIIh'olon' drawings and: o..llInH. ,TN.'. ""'""'It.Ie..scheduled. Norman way Summes musical It..ory hit,. IppInT fa1900 al beginning tho UfKonlty. with Iwglnlna 0 performance May 27k'of I"".lane itJ"JIIi running,: Sfow. *;.* "'<" 'i : Norril: Placid.. ChtHJcol OnlfW Iaywill:, ; ,j (begin'i In Oolnwyllla! a* mo,Untvoraity of
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musical play "Guys and Dolls" start at 8 p.m. ? I aJr{ t ty
Is In production, with scheduled! per The cost of the I dinner theatre Is$12.
formances this month at the Starke i Tickets may be. purchased at the ,
Golf and Country Club, according to Country Club, or at Merle Norman 1p14
Director Chris Wilson. Cosmetics. on Thompson Street In
The dates of the musical are June Starke.
16, 17, 18, and the following week 23, Also included in the cast are Guys
24, and 25. The first Saturday night Is Randy Andrews, Kevin Ned, Don
sold out but tickets are available for Hardy, Patrick Pattillo, Keith fl'r r'1!"f uY ,, t '', ,
the other five performances.The Hunter, Clark Edwards, Don Kelly, F tj "Y
popular musical Includes a Pat Crawford, 'Kevin Sheet, Bernie ,
large cast with many new faces and Akridger, Lee Davis, Mike Chriutmas t ,
most of your favorites. In the lead and David Dodge. 'I 'lY
roles are Merrie Shoemaker as Sarah $ r, '+
Brown, Bill McRae as Sky Mastersonand Dolls In the case Include Ruth Red- ?' I i
Don Neel as Nathan Detroit. dick. Susan Sowell, Chris Wilson, LIn- wr d t 2F'4a
The musical has a setting on Broadway da Bailes, Laurie Conti, Annette Ad '
In New York where efforts to Pusateri, Robin Stern, Diana
keep "floating crap game" alive are Crawford, Judy Dukes and Peggy
hampered by the Salvation Army's Neel.
good deeds and the New York Police The three act play Is guaranteed to
Dept. as well as a couple of love send you away singing, with such
stories. As usual love finds a way to favorites "If I Were a Bell", "Luck
put the "guys" on the straight and Be a Lady"! and '"Sit Down You're
narrow. Rocking the Boat."
Featured on the dinner menu will Production staff for the musical is
be a bacon wrapped sirloin baked Charlene Francis D. J. Reddick,
potato and salad bar. The dinner will Jesse Moore, David and Jennifer
be served at fIm:: Rn" the musical will Dodge.

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I Santa Fe Registration Begins ,

Santa Fe Community College is now Basic Writing Skills is a required I
registering for the Summer session In course for students whose ACT scores Ii
Starke featuring a varied schedule of show a need to learn to write a well i
offerings Including Principles of developed paragraph in standard I
Management, Introduction to Speech, English and a prerequisite for College I
Human Growth and Development, Composition to be offered in the Fall
and Basic Writing Skills. Semester. I,
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The SFCC Starke office in Bradford a study of behavior and developmentfor
High School Is open from 8 a.m. to anyone going Into education or k I
3:30 p.m. There will be one special helping professions such as social a F s
evening registration on Tuesday, work or guidance. r + 1 ,
June 14 from 6-7 p.m. Introduction to Speech focuses on I
developing student speaking and \
Principles of Management is an introductory listening skills with emphasis on the
course to develop basic ability to adapt information to the audience II I
skills in planning, organizing, con- I
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required for most business related June 27 and run through August 11 A rowdy game of cards. down In the "..wer.. Is the (Citing for this comical From right to left are: Kevin Neel. Keith Hunter, Randy Andrews Don N
Associate of Science degrees, but Is For more information, call Cindy or scene from the popular play -Guy and Ilidls" being staged at the Starke Golf Pat Crawford, Bill McRae, Clark Edward Don Kelly and David Dodge.
credit.open to the general public for audit or Gwen at 964-5382. and Country Club. I

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Survey Set

How many children do married
women expect to have within the next
five years? Will they average the \
same number as in the recent past
Answers to these questions will help x
Indicate the future growth and com-
position of the nation's population, ;1I t'r'f Punch 'a
data vital to planners both in government 4
and private business. + Detergent ,-:
Forrest P. Cawley, Jr., Director of w Regularly 1.491
the Bureau's Regional Office In Atlanta .. :' ,Summer Shoe Sale! All temperature
announced recently that Informa- 2 laundry deter-it
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tion on child care, number of ,: 'children's Men's I enu Limit 2I /,
j I 1 1I. : ( ladies' : nylon thongs with leather
children p'lrs_ trims. -
American, and women birth.will expectations be collected of Smith-Corona" Typetronic'HEAVY ; .' \Men' vinyl cross band sandals in brown or black. ,tr :

during the week of June 20-25, 1983, .
from a sample of households in this DUTY OFFICE ELECTRONIC l ',: I .. J

area.those The usually questions asked are In,In the addition monthly to Versus IBM Selectric II or III ,\ .j ( ,

survey on employment and Compare! these features before you buY'l1., :
unemployment ,
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by the bureau for the 1 1 1
Depart- An electronic,typewriter'at less than the
ment of Labor.Households !! price an ordinary'off ice ft ; : .
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a cross-section of all U.S. households. speed without piling. skipping, or. jamming. : 1J' I .< .
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I' a continuous measure of .'Has approximately half the it 2 Pb ,l +1EaCh ,,3Fo'1 '8"8"'I '
economic conditions in the nation. parts of an ordinary typewriter, .
The April survey indicated that of the that means less maintenance! mm t ..5 Pack Razors' TlassyDeodorants Cabana Snacks _
110.8 million men and women in the 9 r [r ) ; [creamyroll-orantaResular ,
J civilian labor force B9.S million were .. Even less with trade. : *_.? %J Lilt Prici'738 osl disposabf9' SaVes. Choicenk pork rindmasue'. 'Limit 1.0oi tiieaitty bayty'i'9"ap WIt.I\
employed. The nation's unemployment ; : r b f cos. '
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$gt- 'Maj- Joe Werner the /" JJ"r I
,4,000 Florida National Guardsmen of. : ', '
the 53rd Infantry Brigade last Friday
and thought back to his first Whit. '
"I sort of drifted back to] 1947,"
Werner mused, his| eyes growing mis.
ty*, "I looked at all those i nds of
,>" troops out there and I is .hie. .
really worth it?" "
,f I-.It ,is his last thJ,dning .' '_
; /
'Werner retires May 23, 'I ,
; t Friday was his last day I tat bIg 'm" '' ; .
review he will attend as her of r' ,
the Guard the day he was a arded.:'> __ '

*'$"''I-,the Florida Guard's Cross highest, the hOIlfr"i Flora L'II ;.Natlonar "-' : nllllIIIIIIII[ [ IIIIIIIIIIIIii' [[

.:i {:.Troops of evry battalion n the '
'' Brigade marched in the cere ooillS. IIIIII .JiiIiIflllllll!
".". edby Lines,of tanks! and other vehicle[* roll-. '- I

'"It was the most'prestigious review S ,, Carrier lfllllll
I've witnessed In the Guard," Werner [
;.said. "I've: always attended k-etire- '"
i* ment ceremonies for people I !knew, I
but it doesn't really get to,yopt that _
jfV-your time will corned I r.
';.,' Before ,the Brigade; marched'.cast
>the reviewing stand Werner, along "
".i.,with MaJ. Gen. Robert Enssltn adjutant a
general of.Florida; Brig Gen, ,
Robert Howell, 53rd Brigade tromp
\;wander. ; and other high-rank! ig officers -
,, trooped the line, stand ng in
'jeeps,.which drove slowly pa t the OD 0
'assembled Brigade. Werner. v as In
; the third jeep.
It'was a proud and*special m ment ,
for him, and not without emotlc n, for .
he was reviewing In particular' the "
'2nd Battalion, 124th Infantry of< rlan- K 'J t BONUS
do, with; whom he served from TheGuard's, ; Highest Ilo ioi'r.., j" ; !
1947-1954 and from 1970-1983. (He SKt, Major Joe Werner III presented with the, Florida' General Kober Knn sllii at retirement crrimo'nlen murk-
recently transferred to, Troop 'Command Cross the Florida' National Guards>highest honor, .. tag his 3Uth veer irf service In he Guard $50 or $100US
in Jacksonville.) Presenting the ;award, io,Wfrner1on: $ the left ,l 1 Adj. \ ME
"It was the-most beautiful :'thing i US SAVING BONDS
that ever happened to me )rt, myi Guardsmen';,and.I do, because when1' Du'rlng'the Vietnam War served and there's the camraderle. In'an L[ CJ.? 50 IU1N.-U \\ ITH 1'LKCHAf.h llJNIJII
military career trooping the ,line/' you accept a high award you've been with the'Third Marine Division'as'an' <;II emergency, 'you're' with your own s.tr kli SI,'" BOM; ) WI TH I'lRe"IIAsE Oh
Werner said; "and I think the (thing supported by many others; :They "assistant' director with the Red Cross! J Ji I:team. That makes a difference." 3HQI'I
that really got to me was when I got to played a good part. ," ", i He was awarded the purple Heart fora The years go fast, all things con
my' battalion and saw all thofte, officers "It's not like 'I did this' and'I! did, shrapnel wound he received.atJPhu. sidered, and for Joe Werner they real I
and men. 'that'\ I don't believe in that people\ ,Fifes W [t ly have been good ones
"It really did a number on mel) riot need to take stock of themselves; But it's the Guard that Werner has "I 1 haven't regretted It," .he said Hayes Electricll101AOllt1
a lump in my throat and tears came\ to They need to look back and aay,"'OK;. Served with the longest., ; ; : fit's like any job, some frustrations, \
my eyes. There wasn't anything} I I've been honored but what about! tho [: .>"One serves his country, his! Blate but I don't regret a moment. Some of & Air 'O tst:
could do but look at that fine group of people who helpeJ me get there,'" and the people of Florida (by being In the finest people, I know. are in ,the Conditioning :ItMtdl6s
people. I saw America's on Werner began his military career1' the Guard), he said "Floridians scr..vingjFloridisns Guard." 355 N. Temple Starke 964-8744
review Friday.", lint I ,with enlistment in the Army in 1942,) raphraseithe; i'
The Florida National outsJoe ,He was discharged in 1946, but on Oct, Texas National Guar 'i''; 'J" Your :Neighborhood Carrier Dealer
Werner is one of its finest, The adjutant 16, 1947,he and 15 others formed Company "You also have the opportunity to ,,.
general awarded the, Florida K of the 3rd Battalion.124th ln" become familiar' with people-who' \ -
Cross to Werner i ,!: fantry. ''of the J 48th Division!' The! have, a variety of,occupations;;>;;You;'
Accompanying the award is a)citation Florida Nattonaf Guard was undergoing .-.. may meet someone who workf' il a J
which commends him for:"excep- reorganization." bank'and;; In, the Guard he's a.cook:
tionally .meritorious' service to', the for
Florida National Guard from or
1970-1983",anft marks him art "in j l ,
valuable asset to the Florida National ; : :
Guard and a devoted supporter Co the : The Grad
Guard mittment as a to whole.the..and success for Ills of//com-the, 'USE: & _ENJOY :FOR MANY' YEARS' .

Employer Support Group fotj, ,the'
Guard and Reserve" SAVE Pop !Pleasing I Weed Eater :
That support goes on. Werner will '
continue his weekly-based Orlando HOD, Trimmer prices :Trimmed : .

and television has received show "G.I.rmiesioe"from'Ensslin : ', "!--I' ,.- '" XRtM 75 ,; ',; ')1'I ,,<:HII. 1"f>' ', e \ Selection<< 1 ,, __u.' f.

and ;th. +lstionM", 0 ,. 1 Model IJ .: F qty cas.:: ',.,........ Cutt.. --.npS'"" .,.. .. ? .'
Bureau' wear his Robert Bruce
,unitov ir
the broadcasts. w ur'P.fIl.I. $. 20790 t 26.2 cc Hess Ina i i' 3' ''' QqbREA'r'
He also Is Orlando-area \ Tap-n-Ga plus, '
'chalHhan TORO '
of the Employer Support of the Guard ,4. point weed blade ;I Selectfon, ; o ShortsValues
and Reserve Committee (This 4ti i'r Reat'224" Brpnfl om'E!$
organization enlightens employers on 'b the Box Sate *, fprflie $
the Importance of the Guard) and 1 299M
Reserve and shows how tax moqny is tWeed 1859Atiembled r> J ip Your' Life to '1000 ..1
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used for their training. After all, '
Werner pointed out."40 percent.if the .. ater: Atiembleda i
nation's miUtary.,strength is Guard 21:2: CCI 811 Serviced 1.
'and Reserve/ .. i ,
enlne Cuts
t $195"Tho
Supporting the (Guard is Werher's '
way of saying "Thank j 15. path34" !
"When General Ensslin pinned that \ shaft-dkect' :1 j" ', Selection of Men's I f' '. 1
mt'dailln me." he said, "I told him, *| Reh39',' !' r r3Erviced rt t'1 t'-, I ,(
accept this on behajf of all Florida I : '
!'(10g9, } ;, Dress Shirts' <
Y Fishing Season) !)i ', ,I Ji,r'' -'' : -i> < ByArrow & ManhatteoVqlues'to
best of !119.99 _
thews'noncompliance !
Is Improved i
i $ 199 '
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In North' Florida j 21" Rear, Ba gIer,: !tf !i !iP; :. "' '' TP4 ((50 j '. SC3 I e '
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NewnansLeke near Gainesville has SelfPropelKeyLectrlc fleir' I, 't li i I T8; "
been providing excellent catches of Start 'q t : > j ', r', Gas T comer '
black crappie and fair bass fishirtg) according : Rear wheat drive I '+ 1 h :
to wildlife officer of, the, bag '\ I" ,- ZBiZ: cc tnglna
Florida Game and Fresh Water.FishCommission. Big capacity 1 < ,
I l* Tuts 17"p.lh
';['; """' 8-. 529 <1 ,,' : I I" :. /' Tap-n-eoinaadvinct ,, '
The best crappie fishing has Wen h'open : : : '(\' ,' 1j ,? "i, a, 'I ", .
water live minnows fished, of'EalllycenvlflllOpolller 'p ; {
using i
", four to six feet deep, however,during NOW42995: /: { ,'hoe or power edger. ''i 'jf-- f' I1 .14t '
.the next full moon cycle the fish are, I Ree.I, '159.99 Y ,J t : t ttR
expected to move" into the' cypresi' Limited. Supply j r'r't; $12 9 9 9V' I ', ; : I '. : :
tree shoreline. I. Th ,
: ; 'r '
Largemouth bass fishing beginning \M" t ," ,,,,'.' ;. ", ,t. ," 'I ', "
to pick up In Alligator Lak< near : 'i"Auemblad" ah'S"-IYIcId,1399," : ': !
Lake City, with most bass weighing I : ,
one to three pounds Fishermen 7 7r 1
should keep In mind that the best ops, j 1i 1-:

comes portunity In the to spring.catch. 'a ,trophy,,I,bass;' > I''i TE'tbEAL' C I ETA' I Q l f .'; .(, i '

Iht 4 EAT IER'S, DAYI, *\ .. l v''* .

THEATRE '1 I SAVE ,." 'F' I Haggar .

Starko: :964.34,.' With extal,12i; bar, & chain I' 2 Piece' '

I! OpenS! Day JFrl. ::1" a Summer Weight

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'I 1 TMEWINNIE"POOH blq" .'> l iilrfu6e$ .16" ''bar l and .
I CMSme chala plait 1t"tgilb eieatNi., $ ; ;" "

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'Results '. I "'1111" '
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Jh'lIlIu.1 ,|U.iip.ng|!. (' tllay/ftebl,' itw'ircanllii
.1111..1 rlri*s l''li' .li y liinlil May r 1
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U".rIU.IIA. : ; ,:., 1"--
Tmlillrr. "In"| : $""'irXll.I".,1iit Tnv 1'1Stareil. '
lingers. !Hi, '....11./1/ .:kvuudtt 1.1\.
Aat.uul.t tr'tfrna.,, .hi lwoully? ,1, ,..; '
.'...,y Chins. : "':rM placiS.KNaStiarks
| l7 points 'I"I.J; tLtcetSelena ,
Itugers: !Crt IK illlS.-u a4 INIIt.1I t 3i& Fj F rCarpet
Fryail (lot| "I. r'jrstKucii plu'It '
I ", ."-!tIIII. 1 tf5'IIIOntixlSeeYwwlplace 1! ,';;j( -."': .... "
J.mrll Ifrnuuig.l.* mpbitt". ". \
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Small try lhow' Clasharld'Id: ; r.Wesley rr ,.ti",;. ,
iV-sU-r. !,1-1 lw.it'14. SaYlndplan 'J '
'c>, """I'h I lluriwy. !a (MUltHj,'.t,; .' : ,,"..",1it'. ; :<, ,
"mi" tins. (.In....: K'v.I'"x., R7 '
,splits, Second. j 11 ln-o. Mart) Uuwwii). ,, --
.. All |lw>inls. .- -. .L' i r '
l':1%' .III.h'd 'rUuihkw1.' .. 1 !
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Second '.J.K. Box Room $ ::1-4--g 5
llrlimfci Mclson 57 piHiils.: V Aetnldplace. rIa. :
The Bradford r III I I
Beth Underhill 45 poin,... ( Club: lidswvery
I'm wilrrMiff| tans: First, >placu.GInce Saturday night, beginning ut 7 Cleaning Hall')) \ :
in. Th pulilii'lli invilvd. udmissifin
Local Volunteers Gear: Up Rogers, Iii points, t Mnl ill free. I I

|>lu-e.Senior Hillie('Im'"Davislit: First pluctllcnnis points. MKII, coming. to 'tow Bradford hoping Whole House Special. (y}. fl.In:..Hall: 3. Br. :> ,599511
Club: arena on Juno IB IK I he
To Help Touchton Child ItoKi-rs."..gL'I'II.fill points.62 points.SCGOIKI plarir.David ntiiil Northeast' Show.Florida Admi.ssirin Barrel KiicirttAssotialiMial Free Carpet Dyed J p Jl1 >, . . : ;; !
: n
Jack Benny Class: First pace Carl
nuxlical vcpvnMti ami fur (ravelx- Furniture Cleaned (*<>" Chair>. : .. .4498
L.x-ul volunlmw artKfiirinK up>> 'h. ---- '. . : !

and help Sabrina a Jacksonville Tooililonsh. couple, have- Itamly.k-l Oilier IHtises w lo IKTV luke.ho fluid University has been Medical. taken Starkp Family Planning Clinic i ." "Not Delighted, jDon't Pay" ,II

( vt eatwrriind for treatment.Any '
daughter lo a rare "
tine are now in danger .4 .fcw.n laiinl (Intuitions of tiniv or money arc ,Kiert Sundusadee. M.O., Serving aU of Bradford and Union'County |II| i,

Their her. Ittn-month-wM d.iusihlor. really cwpk aril appreciated" .toile;people by involved I this young with Tubal Llgation (Tubes tied) I Florida Carpet Cleaning & Dye Co.. U j

Cassandra. has a \errjre lixriu a t the project.ln
cancer called His-tM" >c>lilli'''.. whivhdestroys ...tIm,'iii may he sent. lo TheCassandra & Vasectomies I i 964-6931 f
the bliMKi iflUuixi acsnrnlarto and Paige Touchlon Fund No Hospital stay No Abortions performed -
',Ifiiketnia. Arc U4l:51441Ual WoMside Atkintic ; necessary I I FREE Estimates .. 24 Hr. Service ? Satisfaction GuaranteedgBI.ack&DeceiL!
The family.....* and U-mll..lt.-J Bank in Jacksonville.. Kl. 32210.Far ,''%4-G5OO 3HBaHBCBB a ::.: :::IIIDZID.I.D" -" = I Io
daughter. Paige to thc samedt Buse further inr..r1llalilln. contact o I''
March: 1SKI: and still oe Sliono m Joyce Cwley lit 7H2-I2IO.: : Angle -
nll'dlc..I..xpt'""," incurred asa mull Mtttalunasal ;-H-S. 'II. Barbara Barr .
o( Patll.llIn....... at 249nlt4 or Patsy Longum at [
A fund has .heere set no to twin luv :246-4JS7.



TheMeat P -

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105 Edwards E, -- i
Road v. Prlcai Good thru June 3O Ii
OPEN 8:30.7 Mon.-Sat. Supplts .

Food Stamps Welcomed 964.8290Starke t1J.."

Black Dcz key CONSUMER TOOLS 7004 :b; !
Quality Rights Reserved
1/4" DrillUTILITT
7392 = 7127 o' f

Whole Smoked $ 09 2-1/8 HP .3/8" Variable Speed For general purpose use.
.. 1j. Dritl '
9' Reversing
Ban w
Ham18.22U, Bearing Construction S 99
Ivg . ** Io 7-1/4" Circular Saw ... UTILITY
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..Butt Portion ;. 091)t t ,PJ t7>gp y 'IJ '," ", -,2y ,# Fganeolpurpossete .y
Hamf &v
;Smoked : .. ;: Ifa.'jShank .jilN.., ,. F. "6ftO't'; : :de 1/2" Drill !

PortionSmoked b c == Flits ForTeneral ,
99 f. bin Sander purpose use I
Horn lb. 7390 -- UTILITYFor
$ -_ I 1.3/4 HP714Circular $4399 I
Center Cut aWR SHam tl s9 Saw .f general purpose use '

Slices. . ? .7..ib., I Added features for versatlflty;""' 6$2 799FJUUIpr.m 1114.'ELECTRIC's i he bif 1 i ipholMfef IMn STAPLER nh m.ulauon push ,c..hn, I

Lean Meaty Pork tiS: 59 aYpk w lr.u t
$ 9 ..... M.hd ..YI
Ribs .f E j', # debwn .mum .
Spare ? .lb. 7..36 r.UJl.Pr.11I71 r.> FY1MCf ItY \ rJLt. I
"5 7530 1/3 Sheet Dual Action
Center Cut $ 99
\ > $ 99. Two-Speed Jig Saw, Finishing Sander i .

Pork Chops . ... .Ili. FJlr.l1&-pr.; '" Added features for versatility I ; Mod.19700
Added Natures for versattlity "
;'-r Country StyleSpare $3999 ELECT C BRAD NAILER
: .v>.ike u Ap 1whn, m Wln,,
n... $129 $2799. ah.nel. 1 turnnur. rslNV gobs }carom
Ribs . i s .'$. lb. i ( tf.a raft 7451 anwln .,i.6unpue \'.

First CutPork /Ji..t 7580 p 3"x24" Belt Sander Fw Y dMh1; t..A YM.p7I
$139 Variable Speed$3 4 9,. I With Internal Dust I -
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Chops 't e it. ; lb. Collecting System ra
Added 9120
Fresh PorkNeck Natures for werwtiBtf $' MMod.3
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Bones .. . ., lb.
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Ham . : . . ." . .Yo Ili Q.. e WORKMATE( Work Center T'

Boneless Y 'Cl (, '\ f \ '\ Dual 29" Model 79-001 '
199 Vi"i McNI.i73-107 Modl7.3-OO7
NY Strip Steak. 0,. ... ". } < ;;I'.J $9999

Skinned & Develned '

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Beef Liver . ; . .Ib. G8III IIIft'I8R C8IIIIIIIATI8tI.. Single23". 79-003.,

--'-:'" '.399- $2' 99 499CJ. 79 ', ::
Black Decker. ., 1' Ouama'"' ,..'. :
Attention Unemployed or ..... :: : p,;=:1.ty'' 9.at- e.,9h: .:.,a.w: rn.Why :"nN. ,Bench Work Center & Vise I _
DSand..29'D n' ..
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Under-Employed VeteransThe :'': h..PMr.:''=. :':::{ .eoQ r1Mmna.hc.o. lies _Clog.uuw : .
-- r1 s..s.nt=...rwu..-aerc.r.e.,...roww.'w'..iti-M...Ylww e..1..... .i.., aY11rN! rW4iAerne.' nisei- gppn' I ', 4699 90r ..
71-49.: Black DecketOUTDOOR
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Veterans Certification Office, at TOOLS'ana ; : ,
Bradford-Union Vo-Tech Center wishes to '
announce an extension of the G.I. Bill 13'iDOUBLE., OC3E;-.-':;4. '/ ;, !'J" ;9360 -

KEDGEtRIMMER: I ;#//* r "
:>Education Benefits Program. This, exten- D DELUXE '(< <.ivi./, :.bus _> SPIItetTM I Fit
sion is specifically for veterans who'have Added DOWer 'for improved4f: ; ,, "' .. ,': ,11\;

been unemployed or under-employed for parformanco! r iii '". RECHARGEABLE LIGHT "

six months or more and were released ,$3999 f "" '''' : ':/.'; .

'J from active" i' {,\ ,
duty .between August 5, 1964
.. .
i and December 31; 1974.. These ..benefits, 8422 ;' .( ""
.- ; ,
may be used to take vocational pr< / BLOWER 1(, ''-'I\: ,2499 '

technical courses. They also can be used .. .. ._
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for on the job training. Enrollment in 'a ... !O r
._ ..W Ci: 1h .... vi ./'
' college degree course oralighttraining; :
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course is= not included in .this'; ektensipn; > JA 8U1IIDING SUPPLY, \

I For further information( Veterans" :jcafiv; :Jj Lake Butler r 4 US" 3OrS, ;-' tark. Keytlleeey: HeJgliti' l F

call Millard.p. .Brown: or. Hank Greene at ... S.W ih Avenue ( !:> 964-6078 SR 21 a .100
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!< 'gr.' ... Cudettc Troop 520 scout*whoCartried ; Cadettes enjoyed a trip to Week! 'teali'r4; H were Ethel Douglas/ Kathy Individual troops presented certificates i'-:

their Silver Award,Jravelfdto wachee and Bucanneer Bay In May. llol, >Mi! Mary Looney, Patsy Phillips to those people or organization :
h Tallahassee May U.to the Governor'sManlln The scouts spent the weekend at the Laurie Mulling.Andrea Abrams Bar who had been of help to them this
where Mrs Adele' Graham Quality Inn Brooksvllle '
Motel in and bara Reed, 'Joyce Sulton, Betsy Mr. and Mrs. HarringtonChandler
gave a reception In tneli1 honor;' ,',' ; were treated royally by the staff and Hersey, Carmen Eaves Susan Goins, were present at the dinnerto
Scouts statewide received, their management; the' price was' right Beulah Lennon Diane Tierney, Andrea receive a certificate In apprecia
Silver or Cold Award from Florida'sFirst ;also. Waterhouse, Willie Mae Ran lion of their service as cookie chair-
Lady on I the lawn of the Gover- .A special surprise birthday dinner ,
was dolph Elizabeth Walker,Judy Dukes, man for several years to Junior Troop
nor's Manson Assisting, Mrs.Graham'with given for scout Tonya: McCloud, find Carolyn Eaves. 684.
the presentation was with a large birthday cake included.
the Lt. Govenor's wife ", The Cadettes had decorated the party
Mixon."J> ,i ,'' area with balloons and streamers for .
.' Starke Cadettes receiving r. their the occasion.
L. Y wards were Stephanie pukes, The Cadettes came home by way of Earn Your High School
Marian Sutton Debbie Tyliczka. Girl Scout Camp Katerl at Orange DiplomaEarn ,
Dana Adkins, LaTonya Tyson, Tonja Springs for the annual Senior Ban- I
Girl Scouts Honored at Governor's Manson.., McCloud, and Barbara Mosely. Also quet. The bridging Cadettes 'were your high school diploma by taking the
the leaders welcomed into
attending event were Seniors and those not
Scout. ill Sim IIP fuilfltr. Troop :3211 rwrivril' their Slltrr ,\"llrt l from, Mm.iruliitm Joyce Sutton, Carolyn Eaves and bridelna acted an .servers for the din- G.E.D. test. For further information call
(: and 111'11.11: <... ill Hiulrwktr ,"
m a rci-rptlmi In lurk honor Dukes.
Attending! from Slitrkr wore U-nrliTK ('nrul '11 Raves. Joycr SUU,,". Uehhle Judy Following the ceremony the scouts, ner.Members of the troop making the 964-6150.. The deadline, registering is June 17,
Tjllc/ka' Slrphunlr Jnk1"1'1111: Siitloii Duim Adklim, and Itarbura ;\1..ly, their leaders families and guests trip were Marian Sutton, Stephanie 1983. I
were Invited into the dining room for Dukes, Debbie Tylizcka Dana I
refreshments. Adkins. Lisa Tierney, Nichole
'Dainty cookies were served on Johnson Sabrina Starling, Tonja Mc Testing dates and times are as follows :' I
silver trays at the large mahogany Cloud LaTonya Tyson, Barbara I
Minors No Longer Need Work Permits table. Punch was poured from the Mosley, Stephanie Sams Joyce Sear-
state silver bowl which encircled cy Tammy Thomas and leaders June 20 & 21 June 22 & 23
If have questions clpals with silver pelicans. Joyce Sutton and Carolyn Eaves.
you concerning Guests invited to tour the Bradford-Union
were Neighborhood
a job this summer on your,teenager here are having some --16-year-old under work the experience direct supervision'of studentsstudents home and garden while enjoying their' leaders met the and/or ,assistants who have 1:00: pm, 6:30: pm
refreshment requirements for the '
the facts Child as printed l-nbor in a new leaflet from a public agency. While in Tallahassee lhe'scouts Recognization Award were presented 3:00: pm 8:15. : pm
Section. For further Information please contact toured the Capitol while the House of at the recent annual dinner meeting 6:30: pm
Bradford the Division of Labor, Child Representatives was in session. The at Western" Steer In Starke.
Pierce said County his office Judge Is receiving George Executive Labor Section Center, Atkins Building 1320. Cadettes also enjoyed the mal!;on Leaders receiving recognition for 8:15: pm
calls Drive Tallahassee, Adams Street were given their pins with
Inquiring, to where a minor than
Fl. 32301. Or call 1 4HB-7396.! from
may apply for a work permit. Gateway Council. Those

According to The Florida Child
Labor Law administered by the state
Division of Labor, a work permit Is no
longer required. !

Minors are not required to have a
work permit however, they are required -
to give proof of their age and CHEV-OLDS f ,

employers must keep a copy of that in .. ., i
their employment
records. A copy of j'
the youngster's driver's license, birth .< .
certificate, passport visa, I .' ; 11
or or an age {
certificate from the' youngster's U.S. :Ml North 1MI Nwth Tempi A WHM .,...... NorM 12011 11
school satisfies the requirement.. 1.I pkes. "" /...-1so0. O.t_vlll! M/in-tlM JacliMmolll. "04lltWMJsss JJ

The law Is designed to give- L' ti.r ', ,,' 'v
,employers flexibility iii hiring <' '<
: t. >
:: C:!
under age 18 while protecting ;; v' ,
''the young person's safety and, ,. ', ," ;
& : .' :1
welfare.Restrictions the ,I I, to 0' :, : 'j '," :" ;; "
on length of time "
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and the hours ftOo '
during which r
a young ... '
person may work vary according to. ,'," I ';;,. ,e'. .8 count\S, 'w'" ..yn 11f1e.14f+a bol1t-) ,}4' ,# 'lI ,.. .
and the ,, \. ,,
age type employment .- ,, :" 11' "
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No one under age 16 can work dur a < "' -C.o... :"
,ing school hours unless they are 'I 'If i' ; 1Ot''e" '. Chev-01da f "
enrolled in a cooperative education r ... U1\\o1\ ... Lae '' ''j '
... of
'program'exempt from school atten- t ,
ot :
radf: '
dance requirements or have receiveda :\ manage lists ,
a '
financial hardship waiver fromthe! .. oup Cnand '
,. nil
work Division Minors up of to 12 Labor.through 40 hours 15 during years old a max-may :. .' '. l'n' ,,'; e ': e\us' to, \ \\\aTatnaKSQ as 9 ou tifls '. ,

imum six-day work week. They may : tQiutt :ties \1\ \c 9;; bileg. a\ ,
work up to four hours on school days a chot .city. Gto\1'P o o with
and up to 10 hours on 'days when is' his ova utott\ot v,e 11u1o\1 \:/ its a\ence\n stetted a1\d'\n y : : ,
,1\a1t\e. t Ye
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school is
not in session or on days [ take isle 1 :..
I rpreeedtng-a-non-school day. '- +' watltnQ7xr1 ""'w. ottMcl2.a.e da.' tot exile s I.tt\a. as-a +
e\; \\P tig ,! Ss :: ; ::: 'IP

ta Evlconolicrbeueragfes Mfiiors:may? wark.ln> it: :they areas arm sepdnff><$i \ 1raged "I,gtatk pathe Foid': :Duto:t t\b\1n !haw uff ce[i-'s I;acksO 1 Vie. D'iS j DR'6iiilai': ; \;

17 or older or senior high school bald a..
student (grades 10-12) who have VI eofd..Spthbeet\ \1ne blob g f ana my gO\1t bUS 1\9sat Ave ithen cnased tetTampa' i\s Mt
written permission from their prin. Way ;:the neap t: t;\'tt\aaealetsb Into we patch orals the 1\t Iareoboth Ba drrill s. s"

seetwe me teAy- ':alesman;tVt ot ouTrlt! o \c2; .nftft w t..1A's VJB t ave t.NOeo Ga.in3une. r. 1 ,.

More..... & 19g8 alt rnalaageme :" "\" \.. cat -k 1Fot
Swimming..., lent SSSiStS all i; -' : shown E Olds. ,

from page 1 ', ,[8l"note deg\ !sl"Le as Otwatd; duates B<"njfesgSSs ;t,00 t hoat fake: C us w1tu th e '

Barnett I holds u Bachelors and a 1o onda { gt net'cotn a adding ,
Musters degree from the University, a1:mvea,tie .3ax.LuAnn. to av6 both .

of Development Florida .and Classes has at taught the university Child o SanandllweslGa. + depatin'etbe Sii; \" .
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!; Twenly-six research studies, conducted 23a; fir Aug usta. :CbevAla Ces: : scar" t r 1t.! a '.

or directed by Barnett liiivo yak as ifhe bestbodyettet
served as the technical base fur'what goats tot \ wiedgahte fait ptman and',;:s tevam him tty' atta e"!; et'e the loo
/has' become ISR. Barnett'probed, ;J: 1is owe'11: i
among 'other'things, such relationships very knw1in getvicbettet 23 ,
aCCOm X } U\5 J'let, manage ,0\1 Nita 1
as ear infections and swimming + ; a etience you oily snake 1\ ; nil
for' infants, infant cardiovascular kavq p ire el.'P to get ve wa dOna is'o\1 b Ue can __ ta,wstet t.o15a1'fi801'J
eats otk'
influenced swimming ex- .
recovery w th
ercises, the/influence of sleep and diet ,r. ,. ie1 mriageS: \1t.vehicle' t S sty 'ted w 3 stn is .

''relationship factors on learning of water how temperature-to swim ,the, '; leceo u 'path tit past f:lttntirnttse\ n :. ve been ::d ;at tt\e1\t waiting \0 seta gill t'I

,and fatigue in lessons and the later the .; 1
effects on a child who learned how In-! ,, r, '.\\a.'J\ng" Davi : tinea ends tousa e dust',\1\- 'La.teY' 41e'ti -
swim with the' ISK method before, ''n abarztonsuew; one (gXthess.h aa\e5 'Peoi'leS \e5 i "
eighteen months of age. ate enitwa is ibbusin able g 'wltb 01t'e ou
> Melanie lakes her students through'' ;' \n nit \d" da ''ttt\e in the aueohle. ot out caPelcpet'enccoffee: hand e '

:a' series 'of steps: that gradually" In- thaw '&a.9 year the Y\ \other ot auto cup, a1t.omoo1t .
ou 2p5 a. tnaragut new Ma\\e
'crease the confidence
youngster's his getveyow \ eats have .sa\
'First we teach a child how td hold, c. \ gin g tin of flgT Come stotnet and iinancingvety kno make
,his_or her breath when* underwater, his tt\ Sts soot. the cu nville : the an to
_. I ;, tot t; 7 10D d a
; Eddie ana gatlt4 b\S
I then we teach)him to grasp the/ edge of : a you lackgO 1 .s ,
the( pool of and different react correctly of shores to simulations like "j"'" f"F"'.",; home on Lit\a top\l e. iMAC and t y; ca. gmootblYatttaent. o8ethet Cody snoUt \

'lakes and beaches types; she said. "Next f nJ.taheit only g ca' \ "t't" 5ne'\5,apapet work Gatat\ Lep Davis vice and 'Ie

'we begin to work on the basic strokes, gets \s outset to set
ant. ,
beginning 'with, posturing .the body' ; t ': and'office :r maytes"ne used cat 'Ps\\a1\t ate :s "":bats
correctly and moving the arms and! otGee 1\ee a1\U U\5 r e.1\U

real legs"no(to them swimming, This is actually when most becomes of the .. : tlusinele F 1 a ..jlet. exp as: u V out .nao pick \t up't\1\the totor one rea501't toWn tor y;ealieps.

'youngsters start becoming comfor- \\ exeeUa e nete uldg deateTSll pgting
t T an it lose'f.\es 1"e a1\d ate to go
table, in the pool'and more secureabout''themselves'in h ides and
the'water'ingcnoraK 'I, .' ", Cat .... dgt.U1 toyu to have cne'l ong
w oWte ce' a )
us v. a.te tine t.o'a
The next steps Involve 'u.r101l'n 'let1 kn i quaint uality set this and a watd ,

,backs teaching properly the children and then to float turning onjhelr over' "', .:.. 'hn i; 3fia.t\i! ; The\:::Bette;;p ces a.ou'\ ,ne 'P oPo;;deale9vA as look toy. ;.,r,!.i'1 .y ,

,to-i+ begin, swimming again We ve' u\ site ? ) :, ; } .,, :
technihope.tltatet t
Nithasoilot'Y 7.
'found that swimming for any infant /- ;t e s 0 e'
consists of a series of floating, turning'and the CU&to.tt\ ally nO rblro trbettet VI e : : neat.' tu.t.U. ,
movements. r' ,- vefl
,i: l fielp.-prevent "Infanl drowning the ; ; 'ot y ,
i children are eventually required-to; .t.' ,,', ,c :: ;..ab::;;'<, \1't i"O:the :4; >; ';,; "eet\1\g all '. '. ...
1 pl their skill while fully, : : 'J ; tn ,
perform all di ,_ ,Nits.Y, \0 fI' '
-clothed. t "IJ 'I. r' I' .j G ; ; ; ,'I 'i. torwat 1 ", .

\''.ff"ThiS" : programHas had over t. of : ;49 ', :> rt.; ; "I' :t \ aurati'shi4& ,, ," .. ., ,,, \ y, "' ,f ', .'". ',.J' ALJ.i.I. ,
'tis themselves : --
actual graduates drowning save situations since >the ',,';, 1'i"/ \ ," i'J' ;. :" ,, ', J \''' ..' ), ,' .' '.."- "" t.!lI' '',
i'.. Y' -
program began In 19I1II", Roberts ,, .. .," : i...", 'If, '.' "'- .;W" S'.e'<<:: .. \ 1\ .
$ '
suit;!. ;-We don't/ like t Ihe word "dr wn.pro"llng" 1 I\i' .. '
{ +' bue l ,dl feel that bur'' '"'- \\1: ', : I. ...: .. ,;$' ,' ?" ", ".r
graduates'conie as they can ', ". t. 'r ,. \ "
,: as clnse ,..' ( "' '.' :: '), .. -- )
that' goat. We feel a hot I '
possibly' be to : .., .f; 'r.ft't. .' :'
fustier chances in an acclrfcnt.they }o
about tlfc'ir
; f<*,*mu<:t* more confident. ', /'' ,....,",''(,,". I I ;.' I .' ,' ',1f{ .

,iif tha'mllelvl1j'lIl1d the 'parents.toyflh shout -heir( .: ; :', ,) 1 ,301 North
yvfwl much better } "
: .. tf ;, CHEVY llDI
children when they aro;wayfrum: \ t j Starke FL
1 hone or down by the luke ur th>' poiil.kittiutiioui ,, ,., 1< o

,I ,'!tirida' 'and that.arop especially!, yciy-jcommon in'thhqllree",I In ...6,: '!1:1\'; ,..;,,:, "' ,. ,. ,' 1a 'I .. '1 I

been going .on m '. "
:Y, 'CI"tUIU hav* ; :
,$Itrkt.| .fur the post' four.weeksaalleno : ,. ., ," 7300 13atneavU1. ...'372-0903 Jacksonvlll. 2 .93 0 z
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Looking at the damages.... ,," Twister Hits, ....

People Ihul work at Iongchamp walk around unit lix* noise mill."r.saw the tin fly log toward l lie main building, A tornado took II* loll ul iithunip) Enterprises: on Ihul were parked iiround he liuildnijjs. .
hit and) r\rrj.mp weal lo the Inlrrliir." South US-iOI: Tuesday by tearing ton IhrrrwurrhuuiirM No and!* wax' Injured and estimates. mi the amount. of
til the riiiniuKm caused bu h'.II..dulh..1 Turnda.v."II
A strong Biiirll c.r.sulfur pvlnlrd after the turned a.'- mid diilnK extensive. damage lorhklPH. damage Were not. anllllble nt press lime
". was an uncanny trtlmx;?'coin inHfcrolury .. ....Ieugchantp cording. lo. Uavi" "If Ihrrr wan 'Mimr tittmf paintanywhere .
II look II off lo the KUrr.U.'f'"
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2 Inmates Indicted \ Terwillegar Motors "I

For Murder at UCI

A Union County Grand Jury in- .. ': The Looking Glass _; )
dicted two prisoners June 7 for first-
degree murder in the May 5 stabbing Styling Center '-
death of a Union Correctional Institu- Ison St. Starke Presents

tion murders officer of three and other in the officers.attempted Is proud to ,welcome to our staff .s ., .

The jurors indicted each inmate on t
five criminal charges including the Brenda Simpson > 4 Limited
murder of Sgt. Steve Dennard of .
Specializing :
1 :
Orange Park three counts of attempted
murder and one count each of Shampoos, Sets & Updo's 11 Time Only i. tyI! ,r..
possession of a weapon by a prisoner, ..'
according to Assistant State Attorney. .. ,
Harris Tobin. We are now-offering x i'
Indicted were inmates Ronald O ft O/ Our Summer Permanent Get Your a
Woods 18,serving a six-year term fora fm U /o' Off Waves (withcoupon only)
1980 attempted burglary and arson Ford
conviction in Hillsborougti Countyand Walk-Ins Welcome or Dial 964-HAIR "'" it
Leonard Bean Jr.. 25, serving 30 I
years for a 1981 Broward County arm- Ranger
ed robbery conviction.

Both men were inmates at UCI at 2 W.D. & 4'W.D.
the time of the attack on four officers. ( ;j TRUKLOAD', ,
Investigations of the attack showed t i Escort or a
that Dennard and another officer, Sp ,
Mitch Anderson were jumped from SALE
behind by the inmates when they arrived EXP at ii
at UCI's main housing unit, the t .:r'- I Financing
Rock to look for a prisoner said
Tobin. FREE ... $188
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Anderson was able to make it to the DeliveryInstallation 11; .
Rock's control office, but Dennard I ._ _
fell and received more stab wounds,. Model '. +
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Tobin said Eventually D.iinard was IniIi mt ca... iI i-- ,
_pulled inside tjlgoff\ }ce but he died $ ,. :. ,
Wew hours after UM &.tack'oNhUe' < < .. 1 % ,
J pt.
:the opejatme tatjle ,al*$: haiWs; Ii}I Whirlpool 1 5jOOOBTU: Air Conditioner1 shnovut ni ba4. w anoiJU iuo<
rHospitar in GaTnesvilfcT., Me nad suffered "" 3.'d Etf Washable Filter '" .. tf'<*}'IP' Ir o .jti S"oS"{ fbut nort rlrf a tvl
multiple stab wounds to his
head, neck and back. Easy Installation Now Just M88

The third officer, Richard Harvey, : 84 Birds,
just happened on the scene, saw Den-
nard and was stabbed when he triedto (
help Dennard. The fourth officer, 1OO over invoice $ 100 ooinvoice
Tommy Barker, was injured when he
also tried to help Dennard, the In- 'sGtyi. I
vestigation showed. Great Selection over

rested The inmates and arraigned will be formally within two ar- 12 000 BTU t 18.To'rTBTU: "f *246boBTU: 1 THE ALL NEW'

weeks and their trial will probably be H5351' iOK.NCY COMfORT 4.3 IXVoU OUAffO HIGH IHICIENCV ii ,
scheduled for Sept. 498at 'r69SVoM1 ,

The Rock at UCI, built in the 1920's GibsonDeluxe 84 TEMPO:;
is the
original Florida State Prison. It
is slated for destruction by 1985 and is it Refrikierator s
to be replaced by a modern facility.DO Patented System' .fr in, stock .. ---I--i Ii ..I... '

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.1xtQW I" Energy Textured Saver. Steel Switch Doors. : DemoS Ie '
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,I I ', :2 Escort, 4 Drs.. R "

". .Whirlpool Auto Washer 2 LTD 4 ;Drs.. i
or :
Gibson Chest Freezer '* "' iI

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SMALL CHILDREN? UB iuo $3'3'8' 1 ;x $ AVE $ Thousands off .',
If so,think of the unique advantages o Porcvkiln 2tpMd3cyclHwivyduiyMHP Top ft 1.o 1.Tub N f : ",
that carpet offers to you 0 lock oP i .
Carpets are a padded resilient o Pvmorwnt..... 0 fail fr ri.T ,
for slippery, hard cycl. Corr; tm.nt j I
o Counw balanced
floors and they help maintain the Mlf-oduiiing| lid We care Yo Truck ;
warmth that allows a baby to '

roam freely without having to GCookers Patio jfe.' ,s : Headquarters
wear restricting clothing. r
Carpets are also brightly col- Kitchen ; I
ored brilliant, and patterns available that in provide many priced All models on sale 'lJ J t 34- 4x4's; I In' stock

baby with fascinating visual from $58 t"' I .
stimulation. .Twin Sialnlm Sisl l .. :
of Burn rCUclrlc I '
Carpets prevent scarring Start 46O V-8'
floors when baby pounds his MM 445< iq'In cooking '..
toys,and these same toys are less ara
likely to break on the softer surface (t .r& Diesels
that carpeting provides.
If you have it family or if yosplan '*\ g r
then to j h to ikil 10 % t.
one carpeting ought
be a prime consideration. See us. ACCESSORIES" Ii' ,ladudn tank.* gas .. ptlils sold tR '...., fI"" ,.' 1
and we will suggest the carpet : : 1 'j '
that will be Just right for you and t.I.'tI..,. .ep. .! ':!: *. ... We'Will 'Not'Be Undersold; :,. .:.i'-: ; ,

your family. Buy Quality' -Buy:Sawyer \ ,

i Come see;.:CJyde. )Byron, .Wariiey/ Ell-'pr'Tom- ;today";

I Teal Tile ," >-,i. ,WEWILLNOT, BE UNDaN. OLD .., "I.t. ,., ', ,
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i I ____________.."' .."w"__._" .''''. '.'' June 9. llltl Page alt i
News Briefs 4nt
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i Home damaged by fire last week.. ,. t .li'; ; ''. Wji y )?*

Wigan: ; 27,, Shot in HeadRemains The Lewis| Mann home on Sit"''''wise. damaged b) fire And smoke May 31 at
'. I;10 p.m.! Thrre wan. n. home .1 the,'time
.'** *\i I. children. fud!J juNlteft'hurtly before 4 p.m. \ ;;1f't*;,

in 4 I 1 The fire W.11 put tilt by passersby Riley Grirritt and James Merchant, using a C
Critical t
ConditionA W gurdrn! him.They turned off the electricity and opened: the house according 141'l
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+ Prputy Paul tUegalU 1
27-year-old Hampton woman was Rescue rso s'oaporuxd at U:30
found p.m. Damage to the home lii estimated to be to Mann.
in her trailer home with a gunshot after a neighbor 'reported the' incl* 113,000 according The ftimk 0
wound In the head late Friday ,dent. EMT's Cliff Chapman and Clay 1y .ban. been s1rxln., ,at a motel but plan 14; moe.Into a trailer until the house can .

night, June 3. Bonnie Lee Dawson remains Sellars administered first aid to the be,repaired.'i, ,' I r:
In Intensive Care In Alachua victim who Was then transported: by The fire started In the.kllchrn with a faulty toaster and blew out the slidingglass
General Hospital following surgery Stat-Flight which put down in the dour.Tke'houne received extenkivc smoke damage. t:
The victim has not been able to middle of US-301 to pick up the victim.
communicate, leaving authorities On June 6 at 9:45: p.m. the trailer llellborn Springs, Volunteer Fire llrpl.and 1AVCI both responded to the call l lRestaurant
with many unanswered questions cow home belonging to Billy KJondes .,
cernlng.the Incident. The .38 calibre :where Dawson was found was com-
bullet entered the left temple and exited pletely distroyed by fire. The cause of ;,, tr
the top of the victims head according the fire Is unknown but arson Is
to Investigator Don Denton. A suspected, said Denton. t ,
gun was found In the trailer which .Is The investigation of both Incidents
located near US-301 and SR-18. is continuing. ,,
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.. Grand; Jury to Convene Friday iFi

The Bradford County Grand Jury result of a gunshot wound torte head Mandarin t Szichuan Cuisine :
will convene Friday June 10 at 9 a.m. May 25 In Bradford County. An armed
for the purpose of inquiring into the robbery suspect Prasek apparentlyshot 964.7681
I death of Randy M. Prasek, according himself 'after fleeing from 1900 N. Temple Awe..'US 301 N (To-Rena Motel '
to Assistant State Attorney Thomas authorities in Orange Park and
, Elwell. : leading police on a high speed chase
, Prasek; 'of Tampa, died: as a into Bradford County. CHINESE LUNCHEON

!. Albert Sawyer Slayer Dies in Prison .w.' 'is.3''t $ p7

Death Row inmate Charles 'M,' .' Three weeks ago Thornton's. attorney Up
Thornton, 38, convicted in 1980 for the filed a 100-page brief with the '
.death of,..Pont Vedra businessman Florida Supreme Court asking for. a ass i I I4kiv' e: 'r I
,Albert Sawyer, died Saturday at the reversal of the death sentence. I10 % off on
:Lake Butler Reception and Medical Thornton had served time for rob Sunday
Center. An autopsy will be performed bery and was on parole at the time of _
but prison officials said that the murder. He had been convicted of r'il ir ..4ti Y Monday Friday & Sunday t
Thornton was suffering from cirrhosis .- a supermarket holdup and robbery in _
,. at the time of his death. April of 1971. ,ci fl.I. 11:00.2:30 4:30: 9:30 I

Thornton was confined to Death He escaped In August, 1972 and was n ,11 ''T 1 Saturday 4:30: .- 9:30 :
'i 'I,
Row but no death warrant setting his captured In Memphis Tn. 4

execution date had been: signed .. t 1

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{. County Receives. I

,32 Felony Cases ,

The Bradford County Office of the
State Attorney received 32 felony
cases during the month of May. Infor t
orations were filed on 23 prior cases
and 13 cases were dismissed by,the
,SA's office of the court. I
There were four jury trials and the
office declined to prosecute 12 cases I
There was one felony appeal and no, '

.i ['guilty Information pleas accepted.were' filed on 39 are' at- the OFFICE SHOP' NOW!. !

'month.misdemeanor Six prior cases cases were during dismiss-the 110 W; Call Street Starke, Florida

i ed by the court or state attorney. The 964-5764
>office declined to prosecute seven
cases and there were five trials.Thirteen -

guilty pleas were accepted, Good Selection LCD QuartzWatches'
The state attorney's office handled .' ..
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17 initial \. ,
: appearances or .ar "Hallmark '
raignments in traffic criminal court. ,'
i Ten cases were handled subsequent.to ,. Manis ; "c < '"
s Arraignment.our petitions were filed. In juvenile- { -< is .,( ;::411P Lt. .. JFrthe'..r.b. :ff.j 1tf.lJ: sfot :Jj' U iiriw "p' |: ;:3: 'SO I.. II fCItt '!>: ,:

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., t with non-judicial actiort" app ov* ,C nu, La Tn ,=, ._.1. I
on two cases. Five guilty pleas Da ..80.
'were accepted and four cases were' .... .
dismissed by the state attorney.or.the Y, love
Dispenser, NAPP :
court. 'Cards LCDTime I
There was one trial in juvenile Use with favorite brand FA cord I
court in May, .,according, *;' Investigator your '{ Pens
Wiley Clark. of shaving cream "We have just the \.Ir' Hollmo ke .
Cases dismissed by the'state at-
torney or the court during the month $8.95 rightol"eforyourDad" 9 6'.98
f.,.of May. '
Aaron W. Jenkins arraigned Jan. 6 ., :
,for Introduction of contraband; case '
,dropped for.Insufficent evidence. .
'. AdulahM. BenrHamid charged aggravated SharpPocket
'. battery; case dropped.vic- i I' CrpssPen
/;tim does not wish to prosecute. CalculatorLether
>. Ronald D. Sedgewick 'arrested Sets
K April 6 for aggravated assault; case '
si r dropped by state attorney, lacked. s' 'goo 12.O5Tailor
"''prosecutlve merit. ,
r'' Inmate Rodney W. .Malloy, two '& Up,
PI'charges of possession of a weapon; Wallets ,
v', cases dropped when defendant pled to I
:.''another charge of psssesslon., Rico '
y .Sentenced to five years to be servedf $7 00'
consecutively. & UP'' .
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t- ; ..James Allen Norman arrested .Snap Key Ring
"March 3 for throwing projectile into
.i vehicle; case dropped for Insufficent $ too
.evidence,material witness Incompen- ,4 ,& UP's I
tent to testify: .
\, Thomas Edward Rodriques are; JewelryBoxes 1 Elegant Gift at a Low Price" .
Vested March 20 and charged with ag 3 Piece
assault;,case dropped for
Tnsufflcent evidence. DAD BrassPaperweights Groom Set
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Wanda-Roman charged with worthlesa + r 's ..:. i
check In information filed April 8..0O' '
2r case:, dropped when' defendant' 2.25 '
made,. restitution and paid court cost : "
Belinda Carol Thomas arrested 'Manlcure.S4tt ,7.00 t

Dec. 2 and charged with grand theft ', Nylon.Garment
,(possession); case"dropped; when, 1 .2 4 00 ,
,' 'witness.defendant' : .was- used" ;as- 'a state' ;" ;, with. .leather ase' o : -. "'- ,.. Bags '

g' Marilyn E. Duncan charged with ;Bi-ass. : : :'
''worthless check Information filed f$9, 50
.'{April 20; case dropped after defen- : .
dart made {eatitutionan, paid court, .'' ,26 PC., Deluxe Money Clips : : : I
'n ,
':'cost. C Socketyyrenchtool .. ., ," ,' I
Henry D. Lawhorn charged with Y ----- ;

:.'worthless check.Feb: W.U982) ; case'' :Kit Novelty ,. 'i';; <"'), r
-l drepped.after ;defendant' made 'I ;

r ''
:v restitution and paid court cost : Lighters ,
..; Henry D. .Lawholtl worthless check Nov. 13 ,1981; case .
f, dropped restitution after and paid defendant court costs.arrestedMarch made $1'7. 50 & Up I't": ,J 'l Rechargable ;,

f', '. Pearl 20 and Henry charged Edinger with attempted{ Panther. IIKniv .a :Replicas: guns, planes, tanks, .etc.' ( r
,;' burglary and disorderly Intoxlcsaori? j '. .' ,,, rus Something lull, .every men 1. Sh I ver
"for Jnsufficent s :
cases '
i1 .
ri'.evidence.; .
r ';'-Wyatt' Eugene i 5 .
I.:'March 4 and charged with grand theft :o Y : :389'8 '
to In- :
V,C possession)t case dropped duo '
i.-,sufflcent evidence.. .
-. !Jeffery David Bundy al'1't'lltedAprUIi ''creat''l'ttilGifts'( %}(
', 20 charged with grand theft:*case. \
dropped by state attorney at request "
&:;.of*.. 'sHafflce.when ,defendent.., ," .' 'M" up a '. .... I
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,service. SotfdlSfqteCar'Radios F i
entered military : .
f.;'f'> William\ 'Arthur Smith chargedwith, f$358, UR, ,.l- $15.. ...."..-. ...... ,r" .
4 gr.vated..ult.t: case,-Jroppea< : #'f< ( ,, ';'
,/ 'victim does not wish to prosecute: I.... ., ,\ . 'W".J, 1.: ., ,; ... .'b t'I.
,!' .The' lo1lo1oVlnhp.w cpmplainta?! ; ,. '.y '?'.(Looks tikbpld faahorlcot, :. :.J'I'J., f. .. "
(. .'were smissedr! i f.ravsted. ., 's battery -r w "" ? .., l I '1.1,,' .'"J..,.". .,. ( ', ,

:*:. Two;..n complaints*Inlonn .tlOf.yr. 01)a $ tI.fl.n! (. ., "J. ,';: '4 .1H"y'. ,t* it.!'\ ;* Jn'; 1.." .-.: ;'.... '::,. i' .- ,.... .$ ..., ."'. ,., .

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FOR SALE WANTED : ''NOTIC& :, 1$ : ; r. ,, '.. '''
FOR SALE ;, E f I' 'L' I ,, (' 1'j'
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I lj.T on sand bottomed RIDE NEEDIDl to OdysseyCenter CLASPIlD'ADVtTIiNG"' : f'." ..., alN1tsoA M. \,,)( ." nuf,, ,..aut" "al : IJnI'NOV.t..10--
'.In Hlllcrait. $800 OAK FURNITURE 48' roundtable 263O N.' W",391h should be submitted. to the LlOIO.iA1.l, \ ; :tj.I'Sat/#. I t r., ; ) {l i'fl.dfliottt) (irilll f flSOOOOtf ..hpe'494l4.. !
InJ $146.44 month. w/leaf, $365: chain, Ave.. by a.m.ICalj. 'Lake CAR IN l!II WORK : : /lXl6' Ajdlflort added on. l-rd6l'' '.'"- ;
par ,8 Region Monitor office! day 7pm Public lnvirwj., .
In* 473.4051 or $83 each, Bow font china. 473.2817. 6/2-16 Jtchg In writing and. told In V>d-! Remodeling wer|(. kitchen 612 "nchg. .,.i'i"' .,(. ." ." i ; \'i 1.\11111'( nit* yard.: A.9X10 "B tfADIHACt One/ '!
4367 alter 6 6/2 $269. At 260 Commercial ROOMMATE al ... cabJheM pnd trux carpentry "L uMp-bouM' olio' 12X12 owner,"'4 .000 miles. v.nrw
Inquire C 0"0
p.m. ,! vonce .nle. credit: ,.1.Olr.ody I II U..II' .." : ,
SN Circle. Keystone Hg..., lake Geneva Mobile Home established withthis VjReatonoble prlcesJCoI4473.24fl ANONYMOUIt ',Closedme.tings' : !{utility building. willi'tot' ture'41n9.up fIIII"'per.< r rcellt
condo Used only 12.
TIfUL LAKE GENEVA 473-3399. Itchg 60'l"IIGEIIATOI75. Park lot 28. Located on office I $ ."ftr 990'; '. Monaay .' I and IllIh"\N. Bradford; f
pm.>6/2: tfnchg' p.m. land Union County Lin.; time. Hefrlgator good. .i
lots from $9,900 HWY-100 next to P J'.. MONITOR STAFF CAN Open meeting Friday 8ptn 93574

I .Idown. 71.74 p.rhth. end. ./' Hpd ,NOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE CAMPIT indnsIaifotJons AND VINYlt,repair' :' Atanori, Monday (, \',, 'Highway 100 4942842lavender : )COnd.-, pd'6/9'phone, .'U'/:4t .. .:
.. Free .
-hg 6'II'rWltlrti /" '
Discount entire tabte $40. recllner--$30. ; .
on FOR ', '
J ..tima.., ,T.II"yeon. experience. \ : ( : 5 AW ADDIMct -. JOHN 1)Uft ,." fOIl One1 '
pcvea*. One waterfront bedstead and call HELP'WANTED. WHEN AD I IS + 'Iduc llonol Building Com-;< ". "'wlihv "
.. Call 47342(7and ( 'IMA'tHINIS FOR row 'aIJr'eqlllpment"S650.oo
Call 473-4379. 6/2 .prlngs $40. desk-$29 TAKEN Church
OVER. THE munlty 473-2790 or B mile North of
}hgtRCIAL vacuum cleaner-$9 dining TELEPHONE. ask for"Crolg. 6/2 479-2130. 6/a tfnchg" RENT Union' County Times. Raiford. FranklW SrydntI
PROPERTY on .ult.350. Cloiiifled deadline I is Ifnchg OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS 150 Mall'ISIt..' Lake
Blvd chalr-.$!,. RETIREMENT. HOME 1 AND Butler. Phone 496-2361 fat''h.nnilnn -pde171 /
of Lawronc exercycle--$23.
r due
CUSTODIAN NEEDED NOWlot Tuesday noon prior to ,feet or weigh' In., SUICK SKYLARK Runsgood .
I,flamingo near SR-IOO Call 473-7589. 6/9 Itchg Unlt.dM.thodl.t Thursday publication. HAIRSTYLING CENTER all Open ._"n Tuetay', tEN Jfltl- $800.00. cash. Call
| ;.:'SII.n: Intersection SHELL CAMPER Fit long Keystone Church for Minimum charge I. 19 under one roof. OFFERING 7:30: p.m. CommunIty FlEW TRAIL!* FOR RINTl' M after' 5:00 .
7 40-2723 ; p.m.chg6l'
'oral. off Ic. com- wheel' base truck. Need..orne Reference word for $2.75, then 10 : Certified nursing Church Educational' Olln's Trailer, ParklCall ., ,
hour week. I
lot with minor repair. $90. a each word assistance and CPR trained -
corner enjft cent for Building Keystone 0"t 9644715S, 6/09: Jtpd! With headboard.
required Call 473-3829 staff: 24-hour a BED
.. Call 4737381. 6/9-16 2tchg supervisionfor
on 3- ld thereafter
Height, 473-2790. 6/16 > Cleaner
KENMORE ClOTHES OCYERl between the hour of 9:30: senior cltlien: hot 6/2 $79.00 Voce," ,
Own. financed "
Ilk. $I7S, Coll' am.and 1:30: pm. each meals; day w..k or long tfnchg -r' like new $30.00 Sear*. 19,
yl ow Interest rate. Call n.w.
PERSONAL BINGO lions Club acre* OK SALE Inch Black and White TV
weekday Thursday
except term
liM20 or 473-3411 62ff..TORANADOs 473 7841 or 473 7066. 6/9. stay:-styling center from
Itpd 6/2 Itchg IVAN SERVICESLAWN for the publlet'' precision' high school' $40.00 phone 496-3603.:
10 .,..... Tuesdays. Early' Bird 7'p
1982 ROCKWOOO POPUPlcamper DRIVER port .25 ityllng for men and 1-chg 4/9 '.
on* *" .
m.i Regular 7:30: owner, Confeduote .
hour week p.m. CAIADIUMS
Call to transportthe women, perm and hair- ,
Sleepi 6.
>. 37.000 mil. A/C '
Public __
InvIted 4900. .
6/2 Original
JIM radio with tapekj 473.3610 6/9 Itpd .Id.rly In the Keystone I MOWING Coloring. SR-329 Hampton nchg: Jasmine liguclrum $1.5Q
Excellent condition Height 'area.' R.quir.svalid land.co pi ng..dock., '4682619. 6/9-30 4tchg.BUIIDINO Venture 'pop-up. camper Silver Dollar EucalyptulTree .
m chauffeur license. patio, walk. Quality REPAIRSl ,like new, used only 12 $7.50 Jervslln Thorn'.
fldp, and disc out brakes front FOR RENT sole driving record. CPR work at reasonable price remodeling addition, : times K.n_,* ..f"g.F.t. Tree$10.00 Contary Mary1*

: brok.nt power.., and first aid training. Apply Coil 475-1939 evening cabinet ALSO local haul- .".., $100. 'Call Gorden SR 121 laCrosse
""--il".8. power tlr... Can b.'aot OFFICE SPACE available In' to the Clay County Council 6/9.30 4lchgARPENTRY Ing. Call 473-2520. 6/9-30 : 496-3974. l'pd 609P7DLAKl 496-1561 4-chg 619
: Ch.vron Food Mart Keystone Office Center. on Aging. 604 Walnut <: AND MASONRY 4tpd o ,
100 and 21. 4734907. Call 479-2160 after 4 p.m. Street Green Cove Springs WORK Building patio: BABYSITTING SERVICE, REAL'ESTATE
: 6/2-30 Stchg Florida. 32043. addition, remodeling Reasonable rate*. Any age ; I BUTLER. I
:;jfnchgtWETB A'.o'fpump OFFiCE SPACE facing I LICENSED COSMOTOLOGIST home and Hie work. Free child welcome. Call CBS ham...3 BR. I'A BA.

WATCRBEOt Lawrence Blvd Next door NEEDED Apply at Jessie' estimate Phone 473-4473 4733066.. 6/9 Itpd Garage; utility room 1404 1 1sq.
and air coodlW 6/9 to Andrew* Drug.. Also Hair line 4737708. 6/9.16 during day. 6/2 Mnchct ft. on I Iocr.. $25,500.. I 'NEW LiSTING DbaVnr. j '1/2
Call 473.4186. ]
---h1i, several large of II c.. for '2tchg $1 200 down by -.....t752.6238 I beth, Home. Newly
rent In rear of building, COMMUNITY CARl 1- or 1.799-414.- decorated, plus' l60Osq..fl.
.It; CAR Harisy.2ison. .
Excellent condli facing Flamingo. Call Subscribe Today CARPET CLEANING FORTHIILDiRlYwill -,-._._- . shop. Beautifully landscoped. .
4733411.6/2 tfnchg be hiring for the ,
:$700 negotiable. Call OFFICE S' ICI.down'ownn. LAKE REGION and Restoration following paltloni. :3 bdrm 2 bath Horn,,
1 473-4679 of''.,
3)62) or ...

H\.V XW. 6/2.9 AND 2tchg DEEP WELL SI60/Mo Keystone Center., '473-2210 Most, effective way SERVICES 40 Inns. wk...$8 'ff! !mDlJlm.lunIfB-I green, cent.house h/a on oarageand ap' ,,

S'wSi pip.., and fitting ; K.yston.H.lghts to clean hr. Supervl personnel pro.. | acre
d ,4n.Ac. Hardware. Realty.: Inc. and provide leadership in 3 bdrm, 1 1/2 bath CB home
d'tl'on. Height' REALTOR 4734961. 6/2 Dry circular foam managing program ac- RENTAL large kitchen' fenced In .

tI fj I J006 6/2 tfnchg IfnchgPAIiTIALLY.UIINfSHED,2111.. UPIckApple method tlvltle Bachelor degree in bock yard well 'landtaped .

n>l'iFORD ECONOLINI & Blueberries social work 0' related I=:a 3 block from Main
house on Lake Johnson. St.. $33.900.00 .
< Gnindln Can for field twa>
'N automatic plus experlence -
power Available first ol month. W.H.Duke*, year .. .
= Electronic 3: bdrm 2 both brick home,
A/C in service
fruejFlng/broke; Call 4732000. 612.9 2tpd. 659-2233 Free Demonstration All fenced In bock yard well
like n.w In- 3BR., BATH Fallow program Typ.wdiers
m .... partially I lendsceped with beautiful
b. at COOKIE ,.
qOut. May CASI MANASIRt. h
o furnished in Keystone.Single Off SR-313. 2 ml. N of Grondln
jiofngo and Cltrui Mike, male preferred. Call 473-3857 wk.. $6.75 hr. Plan arrange :: rose bushes, an one acre," j
lel plus, .
l-23l5. 6/9 Itpd .
PVIAHA ALTO SAXacHONEi 4737708. 6/9 llchq for and coordinate .9 bdrm brick FMHA HomeIn ;;*
TWO COSMETOLOGY STATIONS SUNSHINE appropriate community town
with ca... Ex- :
H81 ieot, condition. $300. at Cand/t Gold 'N Business based services for functionally r1C lane S. Usher, Realtor' /
Opportunity ,
Plant older i
Nursery Impaired .,
IW73.4646. 6/9 Itchg Comb 101 Commercial Circle P.O. Sox 796 ., -
Wig, :; Keystone Height SR 21 N. of Melrose Conv.nl.nc. Store With Gas peraon. Bachelor degree in I Lake Butler, Fl. 32094 .
a ::tSsified Adsh.pRIVEAUTTLE 4737874. Itchg 6/09 475-1654 For Lease social work nursing or I .
Selection of I related field.REGISTERED. & PERSONAL.SERVICES .'
large ,
: t'h1
.'....'. YARD SALEMULTIFAMILY SHADE & FRUIT Need on-slght" dealer with strong marketing skill. Approximately IiiiR Cash // '. .
y TREES Star hrs hr. Work .
currently company operated. 30 month.$9 '
Saturday Shrubs Capital required. far grocery Inventory. flexible, hour to train. Reglstar( 'WOULD LIKE TO KEEP YOUR ."
:; 9:30, Gustofson Rd., between CHILD Any child In ,
No good will or franchise fee*. High volume location supervise, and assess 'I age my
CR 214 and 219. lit- I Houseplants ham. weekday* from -7'
( ; available i In lake Butler and Stark home services.HEALTH ,
II. lake Hiller..'. 6/9 Itpd Many on Call Collect Fred Powell MAINTENANCE j, am. until 6 p.rIWould
In' !
SAVEALOT SATURDAY! Jun. II from -3000 also like
ta da house cleanIng. "
<>H4k. City Honda 9-12. East Lakevlew Drive. ; Sale Ara Cod. '13-S70-3030 AID Approx. 30 hr laundry and "'
Ml 1- : : week $4 hr.; ExperiencedIn i=- per mo. Ironing.
beri mmmmm vwvwvvw health core and home Fleas call 496-3731 and
ask for Karen.
| bAccordi,Civic*. Steve Broadway i management. High school' 1.__ .IASVSITTINO Would 4tchg like tocor '

R< g Prelude. diploma or equivalent. far child 'In
Tfl | InStocktccit.d Lake Are tired of paying CHORI WORKER Approx. home, located on Prison
..... you
; I'
Removal 20 hr* week M hr. Experienced THE OFFICE'i4 Ground, in Raiford. Cell
on 5II.41S In home repair Debbie 431-1939
R % In Lak.City -v Trimming Area $30 + per sq. ft. 'for a ',home and yard work. High SHOP : */9
Free Estimate
:3Open Daily-'; chool l diploma!. 9r '
Teg: Saturday,-, Firewood equivalent. 1 10 964-5764 j AIROBIC DANCING

pu ? Cal'If Anytime Professional \ Application or resumes a Wednesday30 A.M UC; '
\ '755-40<<0.rr .. ,l f Pt.-i \J"S" 1" ... should be submitted to .; High School. Call Tom '., :

; will not b. ....473-4732 I $' j llJ'miiiA r ; J ; Cley County Council, Ag- : '. mer. 4965 1.. ,j. ",! ''"

Se vides. ; .. 110 "''i 1 r'- -- 'Inv,---6O.; --T .. 6Y'CW"I. 1'.(" '
eiod/ rold on After 4 P.M; FL. Green Cove 'Spring. u' ..,16 > 1:).,,... I

he.w Honda cars. | K.y ton. Hlghtt i! Florida 32043 110 later than I" !

Licensed & Insured We are building 1200 sq. ft. to,4000)qft. ) i'bscribe -
I .........-.................'.,. 'in.- r iT ;isT': i'
homes (block orframe, ) from,*21" per i k 1 REAL

to i Used Mobil le Homes Design Drafting, sq. ft. to 27" per sq. ft. I Save Hundreds of Dollars x Longchamp Ent.rprlse>s & Assoc.

,al 2 & 3 Bee Irooms Blueprint Services II I In vorydcy; houiohold products. Join Inc.

vc ; Contractors This is the complete house Including 1 our now Stark Co-Oplor only a one Horn* For Solo *

On.full year 1, warranty refrlg. cabinets, heatilator and II flm leo .{ $18.50. U .9 Bl, i ShOves ISM... H:....000.
range .
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3 SR. 2 SA-Meny ._.... 47000. '
3 Con'ipkt.yJohnD.'! Ref