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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 25, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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GAINESVILLE FL 326IJ


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.Mosquito Control- "What are we getting for the cit>, 's
H-In I the*beginning .therq' was :an. InterGovernmentali Among the narbhigeri\.. of things to tome at future es- Law 'EnforcementStarke taxpayers: are now contributing $3,000 contributed to this program annually" n Cil Com
"- one-fourth of the Sheriff's $300,000-plus budget

day June 17. the sheriffs office follows a hands-off policy in city Commissioner E.W. Hodges sai<"The city got one spraying -

11 n could' be beginning of better rapport!between the .RecreitltaM-tTHe\ \ bounty'isn't paying its fair'share ol' t law enforcement. City spokesmen Thursday night asked by helic ptet'*a year or was it two years, ago.

city'and county governing boards and, hopefully;a fairer the fun .*totaling$72,000 in fiscal 81-82,; for a monitoring of services rendered by the sheriff's of-
and 'hopedifbp'$76JO t for" to city Most of the questions were propounded by the 'shake for taxpayers-some of whom*are now coming out on a' 82-83. According fice within the city in order to determine how much if
>th*'short ''end of double' taxation >and ,duplication of services figures;moldlhahhalf of participants the rec program, any; double taxation is involved for services not received cilmen. Firm answers must obviously wait for further
', 55% orhtibre"live in unfncorporated areas. Therefore fact-gathering and no member present presumed to speakfor

from the city viewpoint the county ''should pay at least of any other commissioner, county or city
'The Idea was born within'the Starkd City! 'Commission Roads'Streets and Bridgesdescribed! as areas
half $38OOOIId the recreation ;!Currently "
upcoming budget
| to gather
The committee proposed
"great expenditures
'Commission.
'and fell of the1 Appointed -
on' receptive ears County .
the untyis paying only $8,000 toward the program. if "in kind" services
cf determine
to'serve 6n this than-bin Ing'gloUpWEre Jimmy I': ..1., : e enough facts and figures to Hodges asked the press to stress that neither the city or
Jr. of the City Commission, and rendered by the city to the county and the county to.t
Crosby and Bob Milner I the county were abrogating any rights or responsibilitiesto
E.Wv Hodges and Lawrence Mosley of, the
mission. I'' i-"!| created'bj' *tef rendum the City of Starke should receive result In double taxation affecting any taxpayer rural or

"Some' of the subjects touched on last Thursday plowed 25% of the'amount raised by an additional levy up to one l urban. No date was set for a follow-up meeting-- but, at least,
I fear'to'' tread--but no mill.Otherwise Starke taxpayers would be victims of dou- 1 t.t last with ,
ground where angels ordinarily ble taxatlon'smcre 'already Possible consolidationof( certain zoning services with Thursday's tete-a-tete was a beginning more
they millage forfireprotec-
,blood ''was shed, no* commitments ;mad;'and no definite pay i building inspections. hopefully to come.
conclusions reached. tion In the city. iC i emphasis on
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102nd Year STARKE. FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy

f ,: tsth Issue. Thursday June 25.1981 LISPS 062-700
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: c:. & trdd City". Zoners Approve JL






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didn't need to be eluding 28 two-bedroom units to rent
ed the property
'alive the proposed $1 rezoned because it was less than 50 for some $225 per month, and 8 one-
million apartment project on Bessent bedroom units to rent for around $200
( of larger parcel already
a
percent
Road, the Starke Planning and Zoning month. It will be a moderate income
Board an amended site plan zoned BP under the same ownership per
approved
denied the project, Silverfield says meaning
presented Tuesday night, July 23, by but the city council June 16 of
recommendation of the P&Z board to families with gross incomes
Stokes & Co. of Jacksonville. will be ineligible to .-4
than $18,500
the' land use map to permitmultifamily more
'6- housing on
Tuesday puts the problem right:
yll + The North Central Florida rules.
of the Starke city commission Wide strip.
Wet the
, r Jr in lap Regional Planning Council At the June 16 'city commission
which will hold a special
Milner Jr.
Bob
author of the city's com- meeting councilman
July (NCFRPC),
Tuesday
coning
this
meeting said the are needed by 300
apartments
and land use map
plan
prehensive
consider the amended
H. 30, at 7 p.m. to
final took the same stand as did city attorney to 400 families.
site The council has the
plan.
for the latest
George Pierce in two opinions. Present Tuesday night
decision on any zoning board recom controversial complexwere
City commissioners disagreed.howeY'er. drama on the
mendation. to Chester Bessent Road area residents
but suggested
is the second time the zoning ,
It
Whiffen, who acts as
4 Stokes and Gary Silverfield prin- Wayne
board: :has approved a site plan for the and who has
for the
e group
Last week the) cipals of Stokes& Co.,that an amended spokesman
controversial project.
Ireland for the
the smaller parcel be introduced attorney
site plan on
unanimously rejected
;F d city Commission submitted to the zoning board, and past two sessions; Dr. Pete Felos,
... the zoning board's recommendation Mayor Charles Schaefer called a Ted Lane, Warren Rauhofer and
Stokes
of the
to reclassify part
I'I'; for Tuesday night Warren Winkler; city commissionersTravis
special meeting
) & Co. parcel to BP, which allows Wood and Jimmy Crosby, and
the latest proposalon
consider
"' Rl-A July 30, to
residences, from ,
rnalU-fatfnly
.. the apartment complex. Charles Schaefer, and city attorney

.. .,.. .. Single family residences. Stokes & Co. has a total of 10.73 George Pierce.
.
.. Stokes ft. Co Mid it owns enough The P&Z board acted with four
for the proposed apartment
acres
zoned BP to comfortably -
: pto Already and complex but only some six acres zoned members, barely a quorum, with
I .place the 38-unit complex who is a
to the ci- Mrs. Cecelia Terwillegar,
BP.Silverfield explained
iv't the more densely drawn plans were sitting out.
of the developers
'1 board Tues- ty council\ June 16 that the complexcan partner
approved by the zoning members on the
be placed on the six: acres zoned P&Z board acting
: {{ night' as meeting the requirements Claire
May BP but would be a much nicer com- issue were Walter Westcott,
., '; of the city Comprehensive plex if the entire site could be utilized. Capps, Mrs Mary Peterson and

G" Plan and zoning regulations. Stokes& Co. was willing to use the en- Chairman Drew Reddish.
from
$1Jb' Protests again came a group
:. residents who tire site because it would be nicer Chairman Reddish gave everyonewho
'tit heft Road area the
wanted to comment on
said
\ r'rr : ( rttfclnvd' Gainesville attorney even though more expensive: amended site plan a chance to do so.
s Leonard' Ireland to their case Silverfield.
argue
increasesthe Reddish asked Silverfield to speak
the smaller area
; V BP Using
that the
argued
Ireland
again about the
multifamily density from six units per acre to first to answer questions
allows -
which
classification,
.... about nine units per acre Silverfield amended site plan.
is in conflict with the 1978 Silverfield said there had been no
said still well within the 14 units per
*' Comprehensive Plan which Ireland made in the plans for the
It' acre allowed by Farmer's Home Administration change

. This (Game is About Played Out... satd! projects offices for business the area and but did professional not- the funding agency. apartment "omplex:, except to place

Or 1* Itt Though Gov. Bob Graham and the Florida says Donnie Wise shown above testing the brakes on a envision multi-family housing. Funds for the project have been approved see Apartments.... r.2\

Legislature have killed the state auto Inspection law most car.then at right below scraping the old sticker off the car by FmHA. NCFRPCand
fecal drivers would rather see It May ttn the book on the as driver Doris Head of Keystone Heights watches. The' long delayed application was FmHA., and city engineers have twice
first presented to the P&Z commis- approved the project as well as the
it takes few minutes to make sure your carr'
; grounds, only a
: to safe, Louise Patterson below left, tests the alignment of the sion in March for a public hearing to Starke P&Z board.The city council is

;' Test of a car's brakes and steering mechanism are the headlights. The two inspection station employees have rezone 270 feet on Bessent Road from the only remaining obstacle.

G most Important services: the Inspection stations perform been promised other jobs with the county. R1A to BP. The P&Z: board determin- Plans call for 36 apartments, in-
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. and inspection drivers eventually would find the
, Wise
There is no question but that the .says adding he'd hate to see anybodylose ,tine to have their vehicles inspecteduntil both Louise, Patterson believe source of a problem and have it corrected
a job over the closing.' the law expires. If caught vehi- employee
Bradford County auto inspection station station keeps junk cars without the inspection station;
'with his fellow could face a $15 fine The t the inspection
from cle
: will close says County Commissioner But talking owners if the some people won't Wise believes.
Off the road. Wise says program
commissioners Carter there is a Florida Highway Patrol says it will .
Maxie Carter but when he can says would be continued it should be There are more than few drivers
( ; consensus to close the station. What continue to enforce the state.law..,untilit with the .
not say now. altered so new cars would not have to who would just put up pro- FRIDAY tUNE26!! ?_
The Florida legislature has repealed would be the sense in keeping an auto expires. be inspected, that either mileage ;olem as long as the car had gas and JUNIOR CLASS DANCE

effective Oct. 1, the state law requiring inspection station open In Bradford if Station employee Donnie Wise says figure or the age of the car should be; would run, Wise believes. BIIS Gym
I counties close them, he he is not worried about getting
surrounding doing
auto safety inspections. Since considered.Not "Well I think its terrible they're ':00. 12:00 p.m-
. the state law has been repealed there asks. another job with the county since a single driver" having a car inspected away with It," said Mrs. Doris ----
would be little sense in keeping the Carter,advise!! ,local drivers to con- Commissioner Carter has promised. Tuesday'afternoon agreed Head from Keystone Heights. ATUROA'L"\lN vFSPEMPLOYEE .

county station open says Carter who with Gov, Bob Graham They all "1t only takes a few minutes of your" .'*

is in charge of the Road Department '- '- :' 'I I : thought it would I be better to keep the Jme and you know your car is safe. Scholarship Training Fynd

f&, this year. auto inspections.A Many KH residents are coming to YARD SALE
.
, Most residents seem to disagree OqTSIDE. ...: major plus is that auto inspections the Starke stations for inspections! 8:30 a.m.-S p.m :i

*' with Gov. Bob Graham and the catch possibly dangerous steer- because the Keystone Heights inspection Fla. Bank Parking Lot,

Legislature, however. petition ir Almost four inches or rain has fallen within the Starke dty ing and brake problems.especially in station has been allowed to close. . .. .

the inspection station bears 15( limit since last Thursday. June 16;more than had fallen In a' older vehicles.Wise points out..Many, "Personally it makes me feel better GARAGE SALE '.,
names of persons who want auto inspections week for the past six months. a little more secure" said a Fort Education Dept. at uci:

to continue against only :36, The weather forecast chows that more rain U on the way Pierce man having his new model Across from Wendy's.TUESDAY' .

who prefer them stopped.Not a single with partly cloudy, skies and scattered afternoon showers. .' '14, i I' -, '))1 Chevrolet( checked at the Bradford ..,., .

person questioned Tuesday afternoon During the period of June 18 to June 23. the Highland fire'> INSIDE ...... station. .'" \I!'fti.nd*
by the Tt la graph thought stopping the .tower registered....( Inches: the most rain in.the.. County with'ZS .... .'1" ," BRADFORD- CO. ZONING
Inspections a g Inches falling on June 19 alone., Two SecfionsSECTION Board Meeting .

The closing of the local inspection ,'" I.' About.'.It iqcjieifbf;/ fain fell within 'the Starke city limits"U Al;. II"!, ,;. ""j ,. ..' Down 7:30 P.M. '
station won't hurt Bradford anythingthe from June 18 to June 20. The New River fire tower showed *"<* Newawre.enkss,1, P'. tU ,1A-3AEditorlPtthfa .FHP- Looks. . .. .

way it will larger counties. Carter total oC It1JncheI for he past week. and.Santa. .Fe 1,7 inche*:'&3 .,,,.,',,..Pag. 4A' RAIFORD'COUN. 'I i
,':'''>0$ Soel.tV..g.. SAA&10ACorrs0oa On Speeders... r IIJd
Only equipment the county has S r r .., Mating 600 p.nir
says. feW RIvir Santa F*9.< ,m 3nVisoaiirjmA f. .. .P :3A411A "nJ
In the five is a Date Starke Highland 'J < o/ >t. .
purchased past years -
brake machine.The county will efif) l ; ; ;;:'o. -:"'.4 Srr.n1, Sport.........P.g.S.I1A14ARo.1 Eagles THURS2AL. r
$4,000 American
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1ft. 1.4 2.8 15"; ; ":/0,11.8 l..1t Estate ft L.a.,ls... .13A
check
probably use the equipment to ,, LAWTEYTROPHY, ..
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out,its, own vehicles he added. fit + .ug 1.4 J.t 4,'1, ""fi '.2 ,"+'f"O"r"f\'t\ ( } SECTION p Live in Florida.See ... Beginning Si 30 pvjjf tJ1,
June 21 ,, !
a SB&7BObituaries. C4Ibbt.Fi.ld.
The commission will try to> absorbthe ::1CHt'JVef. ; ::: 'fl |Roast'j"
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,. I I 1 i K I I i iteresuja : Go SlowAlthough
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by Julia Howard coupon boards in stores. t : contact i ivtaJDwightHampton. ; .
Winn Dixie is about Slate ,t I
good exchanging
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HCT Staff Writer coupons but Slater said Pantry Slater(said they, tried td t get a club
Save Everythingt'trfembers\ of a Waldo on Its "speed trap" list (he
Pride has before. It lasted about
given togethe or
coupon swappers ; : ;
'ideal coupon club-sa whether it be some trouble. seven months, and then Members quit a AAA Motor Club will soon warn- its
labels; box tops: ;'side or bottom panelsof coming ra; while. Williams said more than 21 million members that
bbtest.) hat weight or1 proof of tour- "They don't ring up your free products tend to;'(to less with it during people the the 98-population:! town is a place
'chase: sealS. 'or universal I ''product so you don't' have any idea now summer because school is.out. ', where"speed laws are rigidly enforc
ddest' ( UPC)--'' there is 'la coupon or much you saved. ed"
"We had;to ask people not, to Wing w' ,
When Slater went shopping at Wlnn
'some other savings offer on just about their Children because Hundreds of disgruntled motorists
o*ver U1il1g. 't\ I I. Dixie Friday June 19, her bill came to and : il'got'toq con would argue that the AAA warning is
fusing don't to hire
had certificates for 17 free ; people want,
She
$44.90.
Ferkurtal' products, such as Soap, babysitters' Slater said. a masterpiece of understatement-
shampoo and toothpaste ate popular products, several cash off coupons.and .Members 'of'-the Coupon>Club get a +, Waldo Chief of Police Dick Moorhous
coupon items.! During the summer about $14 in cash back checks. points to the well-posted speed limit
together about. once month, to exchange
time' 'often'' coupons are offered 'on After all these were subtracted from Different signs and says-"That's what they'reup

paper plates'and cups and other picnic her bill, Slater paid only 92t for her different coupons.brands of a product people, so if one use there for," Moorhous says the

supplies groceries. member does not need a coupon, she signs have prevented many accidents
Club members say it helps! to watch Slater keeps her cash off coupons brings it to.the. meeting to: trade for t 4 ,$' *0. in recent years and adds, "I'd rather
store sales and they advise reading from newspapers and magazines in a one she does need. Usually the rr: write a speeding ticket than an accident -
cancelled checks file and she carries "
carefully because
report:
packages
members trade one-for-one
this with her whenever she goes to the 'on .,8 ,, '
sometimes there Is mote' than one basis. After a recent visit to Waldo,
savings offer on one package. store. She keeps refund forms in The members also help each other Hampton Dunn senior vice president
Some of the members of the'Coupon another file, and other coupons whichdo collect qualifiers '''The Johnsons and of the American Automobile Association
Club are such good'' ''savers that the not expire soon filed by their dateof Johnsons Company currently has an t tror6'RtItErRS'1 reported. "We're not saying it's

sellers have to pay them for buying expiration. offer for a free first aid kit. The kit is __ ___ a speed trap. The AAA just wants' to
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their product. Cathy Williams Then she has another filing box that redeemable with the correct form and -- alert its members and the motoring

a coupon from the newspaper, which she keeps close at hand in her kitchen.It six qualifiers from the company's Free Groceries.... public that Waldo is a strict enforcement
offered $1 off on any three boxes of has 12 dividers and here Slater large band-aid packages. area."
Duncan Mines cake mixes. Albert stores her qualifiers, which are any families will not use that many bang Well almost. Saving coupons KIIU'K oONH'y,1led lots <>r It. for Mrs. ('111.01 l n Dunn made his on-sitc inspection
son's in Jacksonville advertised dour particular part of a package that the aids in short length of time, but If M.iler of Hampton. She bought nil itf these groceries worth SI t.'HI. fur. onllilt[ after receiving numerous complaintsfrom
ble off for all coupons and the cake company requires for a refund. Theycan one member wants the first aid kit, alter! her free prsNlitelscaih-off'1I111N111F111111t'a.4Phal, | l,. ''I't'k.11'1'MililriicleillYum AAA members about the Waldo!
mix was: on sale for 69*. The three be box tops) UPCs, bottle labels other members will bring her their IlI'r.lill. f "speed trap." After riding a while
cake mixes cost $2.07, so with her $1 and Slater with Moorhous who issued a speeding
or candy wrappers says qualifiers. ,
doubled Williams only paid 7f It is not something you can do just fund.Bulletin," It deals primarilywith
coupon member while
she never throws any package away Coupon club members do not only citation to an AAA
for the three cake mixes Then she cut occasionally, Whitehead said. "You offers not requiring a form and
until she has removed the qualifiers.She save qualifiers for coupons they Dunn was with him Dunn decided! to
oil the net weight labels sent them to saves these until she has enough already have. If they are finished have to keep at it",to keep up with the lists offers which can save the con- hoist the caution signal, but withhold

the Duncan limes company, and got from one product to redeem her with a product that they know has coupons. sumer up to $200 a month. the "speed (rap" label.
$2.40 back. After sublacting the 7t she refunds. often make But Slater said clipping and saving One item listed in "Clip: and Savc"offered thriving railroad town
coupons or coupons they sure they The' once
Paid for the cake mixes and 18C bra coupons does not take lots of time, a $1 refund from Kelloggs. It
Though there are several coupon save the qualifiers and write the now obtains much of its needed' income
stamp. WjJliam$,(nad .$2.1$.and still maybe an hour or two a week. It is important gave the address of the Kelloggs com-
clubs in Jacksonville, there is only) name and size of the product on it from speeding J fines lit Jiscal!I
three cake mixes;. ; however to do it on a regular and what was needed to receivethe
had this and it has the pany
one coupon club in area before throwing away rest of the basis 1979-80 motorist in too much ol a
May was a good month for coupons, only eight members. package refund-four POP seals from hurry provided 34 percent, of the city's
club member Carolyn .Slater says. "1 have a feeling that with Reagan "It is very confusing until you ge'' Slater buys the Jacksonville and Kelloggs Raisin Bran cereal. total $201WM revenue,
.i She got$J!>ia cash.back and received cutting down qp food stamps a lot used to it," Slater said, "and then it i it: Gainesville papers on Sunday and Another item was a Swiss Miss$1.50 As Chief: Moorhotis would un
25 free products. This month she was more will get into it. It make) still confusing sometimes." Thursday to gel refund forms and cash refund offer. It required three doubtedly agree there is just ifictil ion
not a* lucky: she only got 13 free pro- would help them because it Slater has been collecting and filing cash-off coupons. UPC symbols from Swiss Miss 30 for Waldo's get-tough policy with
ducts. your money go a lot further." coupons for almost two years and She also has several "pen pals" in ounce canisters to be sent to the address speeders. An electronic check nuido
Usually a form is needed for free Anyone may join the Coupon Club another club member, Greta other states with whom she trades listed. in June 1'JBO by Alachua C'nunly's
products. A consumer can get forms which meets every month at the homeof Whitehead has been doing it for 2''i coupons. For example she has a refund Clip and Save also lists addresses Safety Council showed that during atypical
from Ihe Company or from special one of the members. Those in- years. form which offers. 50t for two which the consumer can write to for :24-hour period almost! 1 51'! percent

plastic six-pack holders from Old forms. It has a classified ads section ))I' the I.fillll'hidc. !> passing
Milwaukee, or a $1 refund for the UPC from people from all over (he country through the town exceeded ;ill) mph in
. Postal Workers to Picket for Negotiations off a 24-can case of Old Milwaukee.The who want to trade refund forms. the :.0 mph /one
-_ form is not good in Florida,,
however, so she will mail it to a friend
Local postal workers will begin Richard Bermer. Charles Ross, then an appeal with the National who can use it. ,
picketing this afternoon (Thursday Ralph Martin and Thornton will Labor Relations Board, challenging There are several publicationswhich w
June 251) in front of (he Slarke Post Of. begin picketing in front of the Starke the bargaining unit status of the list refund and coupon offers. Serving Northeast Florida

flee in an effort t to, bring Postmaster post office. One person will picket postal unions. The postal service fail- One is called "Clip and Save: A HcTHI -
General William Bolger to the from 2:30-4: p.m. and two from 4-5 ed to show up April 22 for the openingof

bargaining (able. p.m., as (their schedule permits, contract talks and refused to Bill Mathis Heating
The current contract of Ihe postal Thornton says. bargain with the unions while the

inkers i union expires July 21 and the The four will picket in their off duty matter was pending before the BRADFORD & Air Conditioning, Inc.
unions want Bolger to hours to inform the public of the NLRB. The NLRB rejected both the COUNTY TELEGRAPH
bamrgain/ in good faith to have a new determination of the postal unions to petition and subsequent appeal as Publlthcd.v.ry Thursday
contract in effect by that time, says negotiate a fair and decent contractby lacking in merit and validity.The at no W Call Str..t 473-2154
I Don Thornton president of the four- July 20, the 1981 deadline for the postal service finally agreed Stork. Florida 32091 ..
member of Local 5305: () of Branch 53 of existing national contract. June 11. hours after the NLUB deniedits ( *

the American Postal Workers Union After stalling negotiations for appeal, to open talks. Second doss poslag paid at
and, National Association of) Letter almost two months the U.S. Postal "We want the public to know that Slark. FloridaSub.crtptlon Commercial Residential
(farriers both AFL-CTU: affiliates Service finally agreed June 16 to sit the American Postal Workers Union
I'oMul workers say the U.S. Postal down at the bargaining table in and the National Association of Letter Rototi
Service meaning Bolger has agreed Washington D.C.Originallyscheduled. Carriers are determined to negotiatea In trade aroat St.OO per y.'or Industrial

'to( bargain: hut is dragging his feet get- to begin April new contract,lyy,.,July..t20,': say'sThornloh .t-."' ,$500Iip! r.th.. vinnme tnii"* aunn "I"I '
E ing to the h *yaiu'Ilguple.( % 22, negotiations were delayed by the president of the local post ? ill.: I," Announcing The Opening
Q To that enl .t.y'le.Jlfstai{ workcr$) pmlalscrvlce which filed apetition,. workers,union.grbupf( i .>.t Outtld trad aroai 1'iO.OO, per y.or' {finlsl "

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I the ::111 units in a reduced area. The The city's /oning regulations are would deny a properly owner Unreasonable
anicixlocl site plan calls lor a 20() by 40 not in conformity with the land use use of his land, pointingout
loot playground meets the require plan and therefore not in conformity lie I reduced site is zoned HP which
incuts! nl the 'milA and with the I law Ireland said. allows multi-family' housing and
:NC'FKI'C') and the Ifo,it.s'w'ill be l'a' I'&Z hoard member Waller Stokes & ('0.. I W.IS t nr O I ,nd.{ ,'
feet uhfJ\'e t 111(>f ground level i of t the site Westcott contended the comprehensive 'ff io
lieritnls. at city hall indicate I that dur plan i is a general guideline and Ireland replied he does not deny the
ing the lNi! IniiTican/lloixl, !high watermarks "can be used to demonstrate most owner proper use of his land. bolt| con
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in Ihe area ranged: I mm 150.7 any point you wish." tinued to saddle wiling regulationsdo
In) I.ill; Iri't .aliovesea level.) Silvcrlicld Ireland)and sonic' residents chargedthe not properly: follow the guidelinesof
ail, Ihe project property{ is from 160.2( ( area is Hood) prone, (hat when the comprehensive plan in classifying ',, Samsonite
In, Uil I loot above .sea level. heavy rains .full and Alligator Creek the area to allow multiifanuly FURNITURE
"11 looks awltilly I I light" coni- overflows its luniks. Silver! field said housing. The comprehensive, plan Unfold a roomful of,fun!
ine>nle Ihe anit'iKlcd! siti' plan. 111111:11111 NCKUPC and is not in Ihe In just minutes with these Celebrity'* Series -

'Tho Inline owners loot I the project Hood prone area. on/ the Flood Insurance The property niefr! }> bo pu .iu use, folding tables and chairs you can unfold a whole new

u'lll ht'IIiIlII"I', mir community," said ; Administration FloodIluard I he city nl'yds the 1 1."III'. saM Mrs.Capps. room. Classic Samsonite:!! design stands up to ,. ;I lr 1 r' .i
\\\Vlnlleii./ hll |Ia\t'S ""I'USSlunusa I ; Boundary Map published by : W ddy :"Jftt t.r: plenty of use and abuse Perfect for dozens of things
UJi\\' 'strumtheStokes I I &. ('). site.AMornrv 1 the I Dept. ul'| Jlousing and Urban "It's a fjtl1f) !' i 1.11 ion ti. he ill.
like value
Irelanil.tiinteiideil the project Development If 01' is it in the lloocj You 'real\ /tvi."c ('v ') b ody i' said you to do theylra: ?an exceptional you can,

pies) I I eyoncl> \ the olliees plannersnriKinallv prone area on I the U.S. Dept. of In- !M.is. ('ilPpf1111 puifl1\out rth4lenls unfold with your fingertips. "

: II1I'anlll'II' : in thearna.lnd I : tenor Ceolngiciil; Survey Map furnished opposing I he projectere her friends. padded 30 x 30" washable vinyl tabletop ,:> ,
the city's ciiniprt'liensive plan and bIIw Stnvannee Kivvr Water before! I Ihe issue ;arose. A"Mrs. comfortable pillow cushion .chairs :r. D

1lIIelll"" plan(, arc in l'Ulllllcl.'lallll"I'S Management Area. C'iipps moved to appiitv.c the easy open/close Sld; leg looks .- I f 0
nriMi'i'illv mteiult'il I lh.it area ot Hesent :Mrs. ('upp.1I''adu loiter from County amended silo, (Jan.(vVi'$troit soeoiulcd all-steel '"11701 I '" bot 4i'
.> I lioiid lit lie law dfii:,ilv. housing. I KINK! Foreman l.eiin Kllington and the viilejwtisi, 4 j l ,111 lavtn'!' strong framework\ ; '' 'schipresistantbakedegamefflrilsh
r rrland..ltd. rcterrinn! I : t llu- {I'&Z hoardiiK'inlnrs < '' *"''
to sici-ilie| pages ol the sinus. deepened ami widened Alligator popular decorator colors

finin'hrn.M\r<, |' ).III. (Ycek. The enmity cleaned areas nf, -. -, ,-,
Alligator Creek in IN! :|, widened the 5n Set"List -- .
(,'a''ki'l.t'l: and made il2 (feel deeper.KlliiiKtiMi Effective June 29 s. -- -

( wrnte'I'he creek was cleaned fi1210o
Yard Sale Set in l Will! and IU7I! hoot the gall'course Marvin M. Slott, O.O.S.: Price ,

.'1....01FS'* Scholal'ship.. lillto!! to from Cro.sby Flume Uike.Road I II I was to ('-2:111 cleanedin :, and Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon :; 1 i i5c

(!''raining i .. .undj'JIJI'hl,1 made 10 !vet wider l and :t feel deeper.
Whillen said the P&( % Ixiard should Announces the re-location of his
Stale Prison, :
) Employeest'fiol.u.llIp rltvulc il I the Uiiiil use plan: is in con- office at, DoctQts; Park behind' No I
Training Fund will be IlkiI lit h t the comprehensive plan.Your Fla..Regional HOSJ\-: >\. $
hi'Mdinji a Yard! Sale al the FloridaU.tlik
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parking. lot nn Saturday.Juno 27hOtt'5htaIn.hI5prn piiinl is dial Ml' /.oiling is not 6510 NW 9th Blvd.. Suite 4 8995
nulil low this kiiul. questioned Chairman "
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Itadlhsh.'I'hal. ,is llu> point. U'hifV
y'yh! > I the Jiclmlarhliip TIM m inn Fund. lilt said. 377-2016
yll1y: uselul" and bargain; items "nIl
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:\h' ('ill'I'" ii.sked Ireland if lie .
1,'' 13''I''I'I'd l fur salvtupi..lhc-4iUbliC.is

"II 4ialh inviltil to slop and 1 1 rouse -" ____ T" Samsonite
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\Ckuct'Q\ Slal'Pllt''Iu'lIl'tllu l.ixik..Out" loot" stems : I ,, <: QI''Iley'III.s.lOck NQ isDudley's 1 : :: ; VI i Wow Have FreeLuggage.

I;'tilHii tilted ,Miislir() niisra -
Western Duds'I
,. orl.iniln 4ill I IIT' nl t the ti.S. Fooduibriiut4 o
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,\IIIIIIII, II'l1I1I1I has renewMlS'CLs 755 N. Temple Avel.'

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I Iliy1r 1 cupboards lor cans 1 ofmet"1.fNnnstemsuld Starke, Fla. 32O9I ( .) .


t ,"" / |1)<>IUI|'>.III toxin.Marke pieces. that nuiyn Belts Now In Stock )\\iiv.\i: \ : '{ .

U tu ; housi\\ile has r\'|>iirled' Phone! 4-BM9. \ Lamar& Barbara -

.lot 111 'h8"In1Ml'nurnl'tht'" :star'edt.pnt'.1: I suspectIt recall l h>'I the uns CHIC Dasigrurr J.ansCHRJST' Dudley ..l !h1--! .Great for the 1981

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Would ? 5,50'0-Acre Santa Fe Swamp

Survey Help Target C"ounty'-Needs ..i.iI1 '
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"" / .n t ti'tB'Il\ ttltl l l1 CJ'u'' nlr: lB l&fik ''by' State
Whether or put the Bradford County ;wtl4lls flb '!busOland Gaines;'*> mak f \ ecfsjononhentaitel"atlI '

Development Authority (agree? to I'R { lion d WhI it was being rat Ived. etln it.j t I it :!! \ i' \ .. -
fund a survey to' viewpoint of countywide member! $; J:JimMM L. FiitI'iWJWi ttle. Florida\ purchase of environmentally endangered
needs" depends on, ap o.k 'b'i, ", 'waters, were: Mm I f t Friday's at\\KP Kxtertsftm. Service*\Under portant environmental 'GoV.bills everena'Cted" lands.In .
Bob
ih''Florida,1!
County and City Cop\nlisslurfsl/ JJt was o'me@tmghq; MOW't $ ft f K(tern achatice whittle sup rvi"i\\ the stirveV would ..1 Ordtr m" "'.1 c '. the meanwhile representativesof
decided td attended :Friday's ; r:: \ signed a
at
DA bel\
a meeting Monday t parUM ( Georgia-Pacific. which to
million proposes
measure to some$320
afternoon ,' Waters said if l u i1e<,l\the scope of ; provide
mducted. use the dried peat as fuel in its lumber
environmentally
m ror' en-
Authority ,Chairman Guy Andrews ;. quest ions and co \<< I[ : / .( the Method of samplijiJiig 'purchatij and .related industries has
state
over' the
lands in the
.brought the matter for ''r the he would4.lpnedbythedly'hn] brt a wide pec- 'Is t dangered
up"> rec n.sideratlon : county acknowledged that its proposed min
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,followin .a' negative) vote I':mWuraiof! ''nee S ;and Issues. ,lie .saidIjBVPh Rr I inqxt 10 years. i is of
1p ing project a Development
at ;' j / 4 slirvey, I If.Conducted by a com- .1 ,Of:(particularinterest/ 'to the
a previous !meeting last Friday. s>\ i J] /1 1SloQi" .! 'merdftlt'.sourof' would cost around Keystone area and Bradford ,and Regional Impact and will, after the
The motion to reject paying the$1,000 I : :
studies are completed, submit
cost of the survey with DA funds was Andrews assured' im hat al I ..':: V major part 'of the $1,000 ,other Bounties in.,the Suwannee River necessary for
made governmental.sbodieii{ >civic l''fha eing-made by the Extension basin,) the new, bill comes at a time an Application Development
at Friday's Gus ,
meeting by' t.
,
jnufttested] when the Santa Fe Approval
: Swamp
j i 5.500-acre
and p.ther and
would be for printing
Kopelousos, who questioned the J er/4d4
,tical value of results of such a project prac-, ,i for'iri: ttt.inthe', extensionplgentih.lso operation (proposed by< Georgia-
portunity ;
and was joined by' L.M. Gaines and I I 11aylo Bradford'' County impact the It is estimatedthat
on area
; which
: Pacific1 recently
roge5. jilplprjtUlat1 'attended! Friday'smpetiilg. Wanda Smith Corporation
making ;
Bill Alderman in voting it down. | /
: such studies, now being made for
the ; compleliUata the for .
_stressed/ need forbore land strongly endorsed thetlstrrl'y. (purchased swamp $3,514,000.The
Chairman Andrews, a strongsup-' theuvulabl k lapfI. ., so-called "Save Our Rivers" GP by Environmental Science and
; :ncerning ,, .
; \+ .
porter of the survey as a means of ((I.for; targeting the needs and desired goals could cost to $200,000. .
i 1 i Ibf:aHe S sex; skills! and ohter Informal'tldre in Union Baker andLafayeLteiCounties.jas Local Teacher 'stamp.tacon deeds to:provide funds up
of the county, voted for' funding the needed by, site-seeking industrial : .purchase, endangered' wetlands In.Ihe'slate's As described by ESE officials at a

project and was 'joined by new DA .i prospect. '. l 1.) \ well as others, > five water, management recent meeting in Gainesvile, miningthe
member of Graham. throughout the state. 'Attending would entail clearcuttingall
:
Wiley Langford I'-tW : he'would districts. The, proposed Increase in swamp
that
Langford said he thought the survey Wolbert, who waa elected president Wolbert:nrtounced the documentary) stamp tax. would trees and vegetation cutting din
would be well worth the money'' if 'of the Development Authority early in adopt a policy of having regular mon Federal Forum raise,the present 40* per $100 tax to ches through the .wetlands in mile-
of the thesecond'
followed up and put to use by the ,\eeUngvol\Jnteered.\ . various county and city agencies in the city and: 'county corn nisSie>tjs"tot Monday' in each month at 6 .Wanda Smith, a social studies selling a $60,000 house by about $30. the peat, bringing in machinery to
volved. t determine their wishes regardingtAfunding p.m. in the' Chamber Commerce teacher at Bradford High School,. Is Bulk of 'the $320 million will be gather peat into rolls for further drying
Andrews! brought the subject up at of the survey. Following this building Members will be notified by attending The Federal Forum in allocated; to' water management then cutting it into pellets for use

)Monday's' meeting, over the objec- .determination, the Authority would letter and telephone he said. Washington this week. districts' in south and central Florida as fuel.

The Federal Forum is the where 'the'' water shortage is most It is speculated that draining the
undergraduate and graduate program critical. 'The Suwannee' River Water swamp would require dikes or dams
Talk Will of A Presidential Classroom for Management District will be alloted across the north and northwest sidesof
Efforts to Make' Bryan ContinueAn ,Young Americans, chartered in 1968 Big and Little Santa Fe takes, a

at the recommendation of President procedure that property owners fear
Lyndon Johnson as a private, non would be detrimental) fishing
involved North Florida residents Letters
assistant U.S. attorney says the pond to questioning before a' federal. 11
educational
profit non-partisan boating swimming, and other uses! of
arrested last June in the seizure of a
federal government( will not rest with, grand jury. organization.Smith these waters.
.'all appellate court decision that effec- Robert Harper, Bryan's Gainesville twin-engine plane loaded with 1,100 has a B.A in history and a ,,,,,'Al.P.O. WOKKKKS: .
tively released Bobby's Uide-A-Way attorney, argues that the governmenthas pounds of marijuana. The govern M.E.D. degree in education. She has ASK (;(MM "',\ITIIII.\IU.\I'II'I: : : :( '
from federal no right to question his client ment had named Bryan as one of the 'l5 .Po.iht: $
proprietor Bobby Bryan at BHS for four years in- After stalling this year's I largest .. :
of men who financed the drug operation.
contempt charge stemming from a about matters that were not part cluing courses in American history labor negotiations for almost two

drug Investigation. his plea negotiation and which would When Bryan refused to answer Florida history, world history and months with a frivolous petition and ,[Monthly' _

expose him to possible .additional federal grand jury questions in legal education.The later appeal to the National Labor Jtoartnt"Ai't1l :

Although the charges have been criminal charges. February, a federal judge placed him forum, which lasts from June Relations Board, U.S. Postmaster ;Servic f : Cenler" ,
had to
vacated, Bryan is serving a five-year Bryan pleaded quilty conspiracy "
General William F. .Bulger linully I has
' drug conspriac'y sentence in federal to possess marijuana and in contempt of court and ordered him 20 to June 27, includes a week-long
to to the !table to
agreed come
agreed assist the in investigation jailed, effectively increasing his schedule of seminars and workshopson *
prison, and the government plans to to government negotiate a new contract with our two KOCH'S DRUG STORE
continue its effort to force him to res of the case that initially prison sentence. topics such as "Power in
Washington" "The News Media," postal unions. 166 W. Call St.

."The Senate," "The National Our negotiators in Washington will Starke Fl.
Budget" and "National Strategic meet around-the-clock, if necessary
Happenings Around town Priorities" with representatives' of the U.S. 964-6757
Postal Service to reach agreement by
Some of the nation's leading midnight July 20, the deadline lor I the Friday. June 26, 1981

Twins Baseball Team throughout the afternoon. (The tivities and recreation. Tuesday political figures lead the seminars. existing contract unions and Hours: 9 A.M. 1 P.M.
Our postal nationally
Speakers who have addressed the
fathers got REAL tired!) afternoon a tubing trip down the It-
Celebrates Family Day The day held a surprise I Each chetucknee River has been planned. program in the past include Con- the Starkc members ol the 5:105: ( Localof

an engraved, After the young people return on gresswoman Lindy Boggs;. Senator the American Postal Workers \\ -\.1V
The Twins, a Dixie Minor League personalize trophy by Coaches Wednesday, they will leave on Fri-' John Warner; James Polk Correspondent Union and Brunch 53: ol the National G c l\\\>

[. baseball team, enjoyed a day of Robert Powers and Jim Lewis. The day, July 3rd, for Tampa to attend the NBC news; and General Association of Letter Cm'I'il'I'S1111 a 'E't
swimming, canoeing, picnicing: and coaches were surprised, too, when State Youth Evangelism and Missions B.C. Meyer Chief of Staff, United smooth and orderlysettlement ol this CLEF Ply i
beach at the Stanwlx- contract. We don't t want
baseball on the States Army. any more
their sons, Rob Powers and Tim Conference, which is sponsored by the
.,Hay's place on Silver Lake. Lewis presented trophies to them on- Florida Baptist Convention. They will Smith will have the opportunity to stalling and stonewalling! (>>' tin FREE
14th few days after Postal Service. We ask (he American o' avit0
Sunday, June a behalf of the team. The boys held two return late that evening attend the theatre and visit the .
';! their last game of the season, thirteen car washes to raise money, but did Additional Bible study activities for Smithsonian Institution and (the Na- public to join with us in demanding! ''tCIE FYO Ebt'LYCf
;\of the fourteen man team and their not know they would get trophies. the summer Includes a number of tional Gallery of Art. :reel ,faith bargaining
'families spent a day together. Our members and their kimilivs. TO G available
Mrs. Randall Milton was responsiblefor one-week Backyard Bible Clubs AEt1EAxl
'
food for the want and (he American e&
>"Parents brought enough purchasing the attractive which will be taught in several Wednesday and will lead the closing peopledeserve .
three teams: hamburgers, hot dogs a peaceful settlement ol
the Duringthe service at 7:30
neighborhoods by youth.
salad, potato trophies. p.m. Wednesday at the contract Kven: though the Postal To Avoid Waiting
: baked' beans potato
Enjoying the day with their week of July 27th through July First Baptist Church.
: cookies watermelon, plenty of Service's ictusal, to meet with labor Phone for an AppointmentIn
chips,
families were: Jammie Bowen Kevin 31st, First Baptist Church will have The people of the First Baptist
"Twins" baseball lor almost 1 two Home Testing
and representatives
: orange drink a Boone, Ashely Alday Randy Milton Vacation Bible School for youth at Church extend a cordial invitation to months ,
i Blonnie Derkman. has compressed the I projected cake designed by Alex Porter, Alan Porter, Jamie night and for children during the day. the public to enjoy the ministry of
Cook! three months il collective
: Geri Lewis was Chief Whitehead, Terry Rogers, Boyd All these youth activities for the these Christian young men.. < iKiru.mimn
Baseball 1 and water games were enjoyed into alxml I five w arks, our negotiatorsare l
Chuck Mullins, Tim Lewis summer are under the direction of the
Phillips.
and their ... vomincrd settlement'win ..hl''t'hl
by the boys parents Unltt'lU'elllf'costal Church ,.. "
Rot Powers, and ohn Stanwix-Hay. SummerYouth Minister, the Req. '
::!) I ; ,, '" '
hl'l.nnhllll t1lmit'thel'nsltt5r'rd'Itt n
j g ., .jaqO sIl" q AfvdcaU6yw\WTm fctond-haUpiiipllScott' \ family.Duncan, was .11 1 i Chttck, .. ,Ra,, istet'.y. .:....... .. Is ,101 .? I' ; tot;N. WaterSt.PastorIrbO.1.Ii'e1I: :.i"'ii 1 "." \\llItl'\ '''',''is'':;,i'" .' roar': '-.i'. ",- 5

oretlx0..d4 WI Sunday school begins at 10a.m.The We want HOIK: Imlh' negotiation. mint)
I
( N .......: hetearaorrpnessesapprecialiontoWinnDixie
Library. eW8-Cn Stores McDonalds 1st Christian Church Evangelistic Service will be held at conlronlal. .
Dairy .
SlIH.'lTfl.V. 5 POINTS HEARING AIDS
?. and for their 7:30: p.m. The Ladies Prayer Meeting
Wendy's support
Queen Presents' Concert
will be held on Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. I Donald Thornton.. I'residentAmerican : '
Beauty Demonstration during the season. Deepest appreciation Division o/C/VS. Inc.
the Bible Postal: U'orkcrs I'moii.
extended, also to Coaches The. First Christian Church of Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. 1511 MARGARET STREET
.rAt: Public Library Robert Powers' and Jim Lewis for Starke will present a Concert July Sat Study will be conducted. The Men'sPrayer ,\I-'I..l'lI 1 Local.i3o3. ; : JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA 32204
7:00 f aturlng The Meeting will meet at 6:30: p.m. limit l Stilton. I'resilient
beautiful at Individual p.m. ChristianHeirs
looking their instruction in the 'sport -
.E! Everything was
National. I Asso. ol l.fllcM'.in'ior.AKI.CIO.
I -
Bradford Public Library encouragement,. and of Ocala, Fla. : on Thursday. Phone ((904)) 353-0836
the 1 County
38-39. Hram-li" ;!
Acts 2
A cordial invitation is extended to Obey :
.Ton the afternoon of June 24..Q assistance in creating positive attitudes
: Under the leadership of Latain Herpes and a feeling of self-worth in all to hear great gospel singing.

Peterson;and.Connie Payne the' all players.Thanks is also extended to

)' demonstration. was very the Elks Lodge and the Starke I "
successful, ; Recreation Department for makingthe Youth Evangelism Team '" ) '1''s, tli ;IIJ
I.ntain:owner and manager of the whole team possible. At First lit '
BaptistThere 3.'r
;Merle-.l, :', Norman Cosmetic Studio four of the Twins will join other i ':
discussi'd i he importance'Of skin care L. boy4( in, the All-Star Team.

Artil IhOniipplied a minimalatnounibfrriiikeupl urhey alre"John Stanwix-Hay, Rob will be a special revival ser- Watch

to l Lynn lloiuendorfvvolunteer. 'a. Powers Tim Lewis, and -Chuck vice at the First Baptist Church -of n rr.I
: Uitain stressed the i impqct :, Mullins..Youth. Starke Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m. ,..I ,b your
<<.1*flceof lipplying makeup to health;", l t I I David Crews of Panama City will :

iklu! Iff order to enhance one's beauty, fM'tinnl .' be the guest Evangelist and Randy
who has recently I opentfdlujf --., Hall of Jacksonville will be the guest '
OWrlMO-' > lmg shop in 1-atalnTr Activities Music Director.

building! demonstrated hair cutt)ing. At First Baptist David is a student at Mississippi Fortune

fuchnLqllfnt)*,. lj"swc"-e .alH1&i; : College and Handy is a student at ; grow
lqftltl': ", huc(tlrr: hair cut st>,Uahljr"<5 ;,}Qn Monday. June 2 Jth, a group of Florida State University. Theyare ,f :': 'I
or:
.7. r youth and adults will leave First Bap-( :
4)>n It 't t Mid-Florida summer evangelists sponsored by (the .
I list Church for Baptist Evangelism Department of the.
"
0rz II As!. mbly Crounds-at Branford..TttUs" Convention.
Florida
Baptist I''
FSHmtlVlovies .. ''J' _."will' be the beginning of? a three 4y:',: \Kwl: David and Handy will give leader- : '
.
: retreat built around the theme ltsWip'at the First Baptist Youlh'flRetreatlo ,30-MONTH MONEY MARKET CERTIFICATE
mtJPubhty Library I' ;'v "Agage: Christian Life St'le"of1TIwl4! "' be held at the Mid-Florida

jtvVnfure back'? in lime with 'siientmows will. be Bible .study.. ,, worship ac- 'Assembly grounds Mondaythrough

al llw Bradford County PublicLilirao'S "I Jh' J'JNIIIJ ar:1 dI4WO''i
t w;
: Two famous silent movies .. ..... .
"n''H.H uu. dHH.Hn" 'n
wilt he shown ul t he Library on July 2. ''.nHHH'H :'' ,,: z)I.il0'Ir.'l : 12

MMMtimv will be a: 4 p.m. -11' I .
I
One ot Charlie Chaplin's best 1 films, COMMITTED DEDICATIONBECAlISE I 3 '*' .' M W per annum

"The VsigalMind"! will be loaturvd. .
The !thirty-minute film is both cutmc ., $500 minimum. Now available for a limited rime.

and romantic, iinoluhg i CJIlpliit'sn'l'I
'Ul' of a wealthyheiress: 'Irwii her
kidnapper. The second: featured him.

"Pool Murks", l hy 11'.('. Fields, was .1'2'
dims and an in- R., 748 I.
.nll\'ul tmool i\'l the dUlsic.lust silent ti. I, ,,, "!iat. Effectiveannual

Along with the movies will be ;a yield

display of many old movie poster' ...', .. _... "r ,. .' .
from, both silent aa(1"stmd'ltalkiestfilms. ( .
!the WE CARE. . -- '
representing ,
The posters of movies, will include- ,_ ) .- ,..' N '.;: 6-MONTH 'MARKET CERTIFICATE
lung history (
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such favorites as "Gone With The < .

Wind""'arm"'T'hey, and "Hebeeca arc hl'inlt..h of l Sunm)JI eiI'to brook the. .' ;,It..is :i.ouiideep commitment to -A j &JF

I.ibrpry; by I the Courtesy: "Art' *1)oiwfMiller. ( 1 off tWVl !fine cf in traditional :: 4 i. rl!
olf
IH
: :" ut'l Starke. They'1II .dl t a &4&
Ih"llla\"I'I'lIn Juno :2i! July 24.I'Ieasofeel 'I W OMum
l Ireo to hl'Uol'IId view services and burial '.-arrangeiheitisiiWc : ,. > ? ?*n uffl per

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At left .At'top right:'Rafters In an uncompleted addition to assistance of Lawtey Correctional Institute workers.
: Nine-year-old Robert Nichols has fun clim- '
A Macedonia Free Will Baptist Church on Highway! Is. Resting on bench after clearing up fallen limbs and
bing "limb
a huge split off from tree in backgroundby
etDlTORlALS East Lawtey.' fell like matchsticks in the summer debris are (from left): Bill Phillips Lit Phillips I
freak wind that swept in from the northeast during twister.The, new Sunday School room and recreationhall Lautey maintenance man, and three summer youth
thunderstorm at Lawtey late Sunday afternoon. was being erected by men of the church with the CKTA: workers.



New Legislative Act May Help In Lawtey and Starke Arens



Save Santa Fe Swamp Summer Thunderstorms Play Havoc



Calling the new "Save Our River Water Management k
Rivers" Act the most signifi- District to be submitted to the

cant environmental legisla- State by July 1, asking that

tion in years, Governor Bob the Santa Fe Swamp be plac- J

Graham urges the state's ed on the priority list for pur-

water management districtsto chase under this program.In .
use the new law "wiselyand :m fl
the meanwhile Georgia-
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effectively. Pacific is {proceeding with the
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This act, which Gov. preparation of its DRI _

Graham himself proposed, (Development of Regional i _s _
provides for a five-cent in- Impact) statement in the hope ;

crease in the documentary tax that the state, federal, and

stamp on deeds starting July county agencies involved will

1--from 40 to 45 cents per $100 issue the necessary permits to

of value. The money will go to clear-cut the swamp of all the

the state's five water manage- trees and vegetation in

ment districts to purchase preparation for draining the

wetlands and other properties swamp and removing the peatin

critical to Florida's rivers and strips for future burning as

fresh water supply. fuel in Georgia-Pacific plants.

It is of particular interest to Everyone who is concernedwith

this area where the 5,500-acre the future supply of fresh

Santa Fe Swamp: is being*,:Twater in this area of Flori ,

threatened by proposed peat..:KSafcwell! : as thefftrotection oVtfd 4..... .. .. .. ... ..
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mining by the Georgla-P leifies. "iakfti andriVeVs for fislltfig{ # rwdk J.,'.h: "' .' ,,1 dIIW" tl"'I'? ,111'1(1 q tr,(:,

cial Corporation.exploitation Such commer-of this swimming, and boating Lake Street In West Lawtey was well named Sunday as heavy rain submerged half a blockll't..1: building Alligator Creek .Farms on t1.S.301 south of Starke I
should let their feelings be at the Junction of Lake and Pine.
: lost a ,major, part of Its roof in a similar thunderstorm Thurs. June 18.
valuable wetland would be
known by signing a petition to
detrimental to Santa Fe Lake, the state for the protection of

Santa Fe River, and the entire the swamp, and contacting f S "vasphon Special Exception
Sought
Suwannee River valley. legislators and other state officials County Agents By
in its behalf. I
The tax is expected to provide Bobby '
A' For
$350 million for the pur- The "Save Our Rivers" actis t Notebook Group Living FacilityCalvary
chase of Florida wetlands and Taylor
an important step in the <, l !!: & -8'zlfI! : .. ,' .
other water managementlands right direction but it is Jft.r:iKlV I '19 -- / >
only ,
over the next ten Baptist Church and its this facility" Rev. Black said! adding
years. one battle in the long continu- Summers 1 r\6 '" }T pastor, Rev. Herbert J (Jim) Black that the operation would,bo I Hinder
An is ing war to a time for family have applied to the COunty\ '
application now being protect our environ popular You should also do of state license. .
a thorough job Zoning Board for a special,, except ion '
prepared by the Suwannee ment. vacations. And it'sefcsy.'to forget weeding before> you leave on vacation.If 'Rev. Black who has bee'Minister
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to and
about garden and construct occupy yyrpiip (ivmg of
your landscape Calvary Baptist rsaid'
for.l\lrIeye .
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weeds are allowed to go to seed ;
facilities
on propertyjlocatetf,1i; ; : 2
house pla &viA for that he'Had' this1
preparing previously been In of.
vacation..f Ime aWay from home while you're away, you can expect a miles south of Starke on the east. side work in type ,
may Greenville ; !
Good the Goose? much more difficult weed problem .. SG."wtwretnoperated
of
U.S. 301.
for
. be pleasanjl'or! ou" but it',cafbe .later in, the season. a home for 146 children) ran*
hazardous*, evettj deadly; to your The petition will be heard by the, orta smaller scaleln''C Gallant'' oor
plants wimbut careful preparation. A board at its regular meeting Tuesday .- coming to Starke. The trustees! .the't '
Those weeds may also give you problems Tune in the
To veto or not to veto is the contain a variable interest little extr ime sent preparing your next year when the seeds Commission 30, room.courthouse, At this time."County the church and possibly-: citizen' $ TY fcim-)
question confronting Governor rate provision allowing the in- absencery landscape *thfluse v'e plants for your sprout. The elimination of weeds will Zoning Board will make a favorable" mlttee"111\ alstj' .help"''"Cfet"n''a;
y a needless helteYd' '
you plicants for the
worry
Graham while he ponders terest charge to fluctuate according and hour*of extra work when you get get rid of just one more competitor for 3r unfavorable recommendation to,it' 'The new building proposed, which$'\ 'alra J''!J
legislation that would allow to the prevailing back. Thjfet are several things you your ornamental plants' food' and',- '. ,the Bradford County Board of Adjust-* under construction ,will lbe a'tiacpea' Py
water.
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life insurance companies to market rate.Opponents. can dotdkeep your plants healthy *i merit, who will act on the proposal ate'* to the doubl -wide now beingl\ asa.

raise interest charges up to 18 of the legislation .w ile.yoS, away from,home Harvest all ripe or nearly ripe'?fruits' a" The later two-acre meeting. site is just south of,. pastorium for the minister add hi%
percent for policy holders One of the first things you might do and vegetables before you go. t. Prevail Creek and is presently zoned family.: The doubl -w de is equippedwith
wishing to borrow their including Insurance Commissioner to prepare for vacation is ask a Vegetables, like flowers, will continue'to Open Rural. large kitchen fa'cilitles 4n own '
Bill Gunter, say policy .leighbor to check on your ,plants produce if they're harvested y..Rey. Black said the proposed 24 x 72 space that can be used to$! Servesmeals
money.At holders should not have to pay while you're gone.,A vacation of more often...otherwise, they'll go to seed. foot concrete block building would' the Rev.to those sail in' 'the"dorthitot',
higher interest rates when han two weeks' requires special attention Here's where you should,definitely have eight bedrooms, large enough, .' Black /
present life insurance borrow their for' container'grown plants. make arrangements with a neighborto for two occupants each and would bet ....J.
companies in Florida are they own money- Make sure you give the person proper harvest,and water your garden. operated largely for children needing!! O'"O",% v :;.... .
-the cash value that ac- instructions on the care of each plant. shelter. He said that occasionally.a d .!:1. ..w 9
limited to levying a maximumof cumulates on life insurance. Different plants' require different For 'those"plants kept in the house; mother with children might; be given //- 00 "c:.. ---1 ..
eight percent interest on policies.But care and a friend may not know how place them In a room receiving indirect shelter on a temporary basis. "We ( =

policy loans, and most other to care for a particular plant unless sunlight Directsunlighl will will work with the welfare people.the "' '- ........ -:.:..--_ _-
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states have similar rate it's a poor rule :thatdoesn't ,. ..)'011 tell hi :..::r 'J.l?" dry' the soil out too quickly. But you.don't police department, and other agencies -- ... _____;
restrictions loans. work both ways.- If .sffl', f1itin want to leave plants In a darkened In determining who is eligible for Fish have been seen at ocean
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c I can't'tlnd someone to room either, as this almost always' ,depths of almost 7 milei.
policy holders are asked to : 'personally..took attar your plants results in leaf drop. The last thing you
But now the insurance industry pay higher interest ratesl on.' ,there's, plenty you ,ban do to make should do before you leave the house t
says the eight percent their own money they are borrowing J.'sureY-OU'don''lome' : home to a limp, thoroughly soak the; plants.
cap is causing financial then the, insurance frazzled landscape. Outdoor container Down JP'1ICle
grown plants should be placed To help make yoUr vacation more
burdens to companies should also
companies "keepup
many in a shady area to conserve moisture. enjoyable prepare your plants, land-
because much of their work with the market"'and four Under a shade tree or on the north scape, and garden before leavin :If a ale limn '''liS
ing capital, which could be in, more than,the three 'or side of the building are usually good neighbor can't care for ,your plants.. .,
vested in more profitable ven percent they now pay locations for your plants to take ad- try the following: first place.outdoor :' I it a
tures, is tied up in 'low-' policyholders for the use of vantage of reduced sunlight. container plants Ina' ) shady area; se-> Grotv.. .. 1 .
cond a thick of
apply layer mulch. to
yielding loans. Under the: new their money *paid,, ;.in.*'.a.A.tbicJt,lave' ;!; mulch will'also helponsetroemojklure'apd conserve/ moisture;..',third,' cut or r-"; 1"f.i'I'chael !'" .. Mi
law, awaiting the Governor'ssignature premlums--money.lhaf{"could I J;: : thus reduce harvest: fruits vegetables,. and -
or' veto, policies be bringing;'five 'times lfhaf, .;':;:'Jhe/'number of;;waterings the plants flowers to encourage ,"'production; ':\ rdall'illId his

issued after Oct. 1, 1981 .would .much, from other: sourpes;";'g VftADroifI '4:'will need while you( 'are away. Be sure fourth, weed your garden;"and last 'Pollce'M.IJOI'dan.father- l.a"tey'! Chief. of

.. ,,..:k'! t)T, and vacation.( m?w.7eur and lawn mow before It a little leaving closer for just give before everything leaving.a thorough: .>, ,,, watering ,In awe ,at a ;2's'' .. pound gale i-

than usual. An lawn > 1fcFC tomato In their thuulder-
----- --- unkept can en- : .'tfI .
f .xuurage and rr 'hlgh patch: of heavy ladenpines
disease. its also a telltale ,;, '
ervlceman"
.* ep0 MEMBER'. f' ,,t sign: that. 119 one's: at home. ,:... '. :. I

/ w'' Nrr Give garden beds a thorough soak- Randolph Rion&enship ...Jordan*.fjvurile. variety
il.r'9'r 1 htl10AI ing before leaving This is especially yi : (.' this --'Virginia
?,". : I true,-recently" planted beds where AfFC Randolph Blankenship'..has'J6st Beefsteak" seeds at y,bfch; >
"" J a.l 'roots s'are*not firmly established and rigorous basic were brought the Law ley !!tr
s ESTABLISHED. ,. .'/ v'; : !rioet', \ ". ; -f.; '.,.q"(ff. r twit,1) need added moisture. It will also training atPParris Island, S C. PFC area years ago by the
'heip mulch around I\1l] nkenshjlM1. ][ and Mrs.Qcrald Shuford
1010-URGUSON-JOHN M.MILLER! Publisher ,. I'I if'you plants with .spti'.4,14jr. family when they
I '. .. >It 1 '.S .d '\i.i i it1 J flea yejO pin,': needles;, compost or Btenkeosfiip i ,after:lea vet time first came to Horltla. Jor-
.bark.This would also be w1>> be abCarWUXJur: )>!;'N,C. for five dan bought Ihe for
p"w.......,_Tk,...._.,_.. _.._......_094 CI..._..tho,...DHIC ,' )f"'f(( ". .;to /givflpllnIslha I good spraying a good time or nt' 'man .J\rl\ !: nlng. these prb -\\.lnnel's plants from .
'' Ad.1 M.fA,1879 .
** U. .. f dustiqg(o.protect;! ainst Insects and lkenshi toe s J island. PFdi" '"Jo*'Shuford of l.awey( and
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-1b_.o....._. .__M PnN_n;.....-...;.. ) I. !It : .J .Ll'\J ;. t[Jtiis:aBCft twhile 'yoVre'away. If R through t2 weeks of the Chief refers to them as .

ri..w. Il b_...,0,14d.b.d..r.a..a' eleT..ry. ',:..'.HII.. I M.nHNd r -'. I i.j' li )j .Iee.: !;"!" 1"'.J'"! )J before NI".flowering yaul'leaver annuals cut them just It ic rlr: l\ioll! i laocluding I.C.T. 'Shuford Tomato*}." "
r.Ifyou: don't cut divu.uD gbaf4Tra4iing, andhjreDetectlon sbltieWablllaaS..se
;, ..ru.F ... ... ., <. ., y 'jHiAjK > .l''f: ()1 Lt Ifl #j !r1J. !q blooming.,! !! .training.. .. .'..rHt11ak .

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: !idnd.jMriS.; Raymond Baer t t F Denise Griffis and Lamar Griffis I I

I i \,* ? ; ) ( : Wed May 23 at 'Pine, Valley ,ChurchDenise
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To Celebrate! 45th Anniversary 'eN mopial; '

Rene Griffis daughter of r R S r ar
.; 1' '' Moot i J Mr. and Mrs. Clyde C. Griffis;Jr. of
On SundkVi JUly, & the family of Mr. gvtadys Uj The Lawtey and Lamar Edward Griffis
and MrsU!nay >ond. Baer" and the & ? son of Geraldine Griffis and Ancil
congregation of the.First.'Christ l1Rl,, '' Griffis of Starke were united In mar-
Church o:Starke1 extend an invitation P ,: Society Editor' ; | riage May 23 at 7:30 p.m. in Pine
to friends fcnd acquaintances of Ray J Valley Congregational Holiness
and Lout' the celebration of their 9644'608 News I Church with Rev. David L. Hodges
45th Wedding Anniversary.A performing the nuptials.
basket dinner will be held at 12:30 .h Althea Albert, pianist and James

p.m. following the morning worship ,, t. .t&* .t 1 1 McDonald, soloist, brother and sister
services'in the Fellowship Hall of the 1 5 b c' fl. 'I' and cousins of the bride, presented a
Starke Christian Church. For those 71' 'I' program of nuptial music.
friends unable to attend this dinner a Honored at Two PartiesMiss The altar was decorated with two
reception will'be held from 2:00-4:00: I Dea Moredock arrangements of roses, carnationsand
I pm. also in the Fellowship Hall assorted flowers against a
Church Services'begin at 10:45 a.m. Dea Moredock, whose mar- The tea'tables in the dining room background of a heart-shaped
The Baers were united in marriageon riage to Buddy Paterson, III will bean and garden patio were centered with candelabra in the center and flanked
Sunday, July 5, 193ft In Crown A event of June 27, was complimented roses and dahlias.Pastel colored decorated par- by spiral candelabras.
Point, Indiana. For the last 34 years at a "calling shower" on ty mints and individually James Tomlinson,brother-in-law of
Mr. Baer has served churches in II Thursday, June 11, between the hours cakes carried out the color motif. the groom, was best man and ushers
linois, Alabama and Florida. Presently of 7:30: and 9:30: p.m. at the home of Standing in the receiving line were were Ricky Faulkner and Joey Loyd,
Mr. Baer Is minister of the First Mrs. Joy Tetstone. in Robert's sub- Miss Moredock, her mother, Mrs. cousin of the bride.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond User and mother of the
Olive Ryder pro-
Christian Church of Starke. Mrs;:. division. Teresa Rosier was honor attendantand
Baer is a registered nurse and is cur Hostesses for the occasion with tpective groom Mrs. Robert Pater- wore a blue chiffon dress with
rently employed by the State of Lake Butlerl; Elayne Baer Groff, Mrs. Tetstone were Mrs. Patricia :u>n. Special guest was Mrs.'Joe E. chiffon cape. She wore a blue
Florida in the Correctional System. married to Thomas Groff, and has Wainwright Mrs. Debbie Hull, Mrs. Wilson great-aunt of the bride-elect. chrysanthemum headpiece and car, l
They have three children: R. Neal one daughter Shannon Donnelle Sylvia Reddish and Mrs. Susan Assisting the hostesses were Mrs. ried a wicker fan decorated with pink
Baer of Remington, Indiana; married Groff, of Milliard. Ray and Lou have Nichols. K.M. Autry, Mrs. Del Adams, Mrs. and blue flowers.
to the former Wilma Beckley,'also of one great-grandson, Nathan Adam Corsages were presented to the A.J. Coston, Jr.. Mrs. Cliff McLeod Michelle Griffis, sister of the bride, r
Remington,and have three children\ Brown.No honoree and to her mother,Mrs.Olive Mrs. Larry Paterson, Mrs. James was an attendant and wore a pink
Diane Kae Baer of Lafayette, Ind. invitations are being sent but Ryder and to the mother of the prospective Womack, Mrs. James Hester Miss eyelet sun dress.She carried a wicker
Mrs. Joyce Baer Brown, Remingtonand friends are welcome to "spend the groom, Mrs. Helen Paterson. Janet Montgomery,Miss Betsy Yawn fan decorated with pink roses and
David Neal Baer, Remington; day" at church to honor Ray and Lou The dining table was covered with a and Miss Amy Adams. carnations and wore a white daisy
Sharon Baer Lyons, married to Dr. on their 45th.A peach and lace cloth highlighted with' Rose corsages were presented to headpiece. Felecia also
of NO GIFTS has been' silk floral and silver the honoree and to the two mothers.
James J. Lyons and has one son, request a arrangement attendant and wore a .
Bryan Trevor: Lyons, and reside in made. punch bowl. Serving 'refreshments The honoree was also given two plates of dress. She carried ,: ..
from the dining area where Mrs. Red of her china pattern as a memento decorated with blue .. :
dish and Mrs. Nichols. the occasion from her hostesses. Danielle Davis was ,
Genene Dorminey and Steven Whipple' Greeting the guests at the door was Given in marriage
I Mrs. Tetstone and assisting Ms. the bride wore a ..
Married May 30 at Graham Baptist Moredock were Mrs. Wainwright and CORRECTIONThe princess style gown .

---. -! t i 'Mli &- Mrs. Hull. cathedral length cape
Genene Diane Dorminey, daughter The hostesses presented the marriage of Robin Moritz and ly lace. She wore a
of Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Dorminey of V"T honoree with bath towels as a memento David McRae will take place July 3 knee length veil -
Hampton became the bride of Steven of the occasion. not July 23 as stated in last week's length blusher,and
Craig Whipple, son of Mr. and Mrs. paper we are sorry this happenedThe a gift from the groom, .
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Jack Whipple of Starke on Saturday, I : lily-of-the-valiey
May 30, at 3 p.m. at Graham Baptist ( She also carried two
Church with Rev. James E. Starling Miss Moredock was honored at a Robin M. Moritz. for the mothers.A bowl."r
performing the nuptials.Mrs. tea Tuesday, June 16, at the Stump David Russell McRaeTo reception was and Mrs. Lamar irims
George Canova presented a .residence on Bessent Road. Correctional
of wedding music. Hostesses were Mrs. R.L. Autry, Wed July 3 which was decorated is residing in Starke.
program Mrs. L.T.. Crews, Mrs. W.H. Ed-
Centering the altar was an archway crepe paper
decorated with greenery and balanced :wards, III, Mrs. W.J. Epperson, Mrs. Robin M. Moritz and David Russell crepe paper fence and groom are both
Fri-
will be united in marriage
J.W. Griffin Mrs. L.V. Hardin, Mrs. McRae and
by two candelabras decorated with of from the ceiling of Bradford High School.
3, at 11 a.m. at the home
H.P. Herres Mrs. D.H. day July
Montgomery
pink, yellow and white flowers. The bride's table in 1977 and is currently
Mrs.
Mrs. W.H. Thomson, Ms.., Lila R.. the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mike Whipple served as' best man a five-tier wedding as a CO I at the Reception
in Jacksonville.Mr.
H. Lifferf
I Yawn and Miss Lillian Stump. Ernest
in Lake Butler.
usher. floral arrangements Center
and Joey Starling was an of multicoloredroses McRae is the son of Mr. and
attended male Arrangements Barbara Loyd aunt of
2 Brenda Dorminey as and flowers Mrs. James E. McRae of Starke.No .
of honor and wore yellow chiffon summer issued but Evern Faulkner cut
invitations are being
In the
interest
dress.. She carried a yellow rose. highlighted points ,' all friends and relatives are invited to Marquita graduated in 1974 and is
3Mischell': Clemons was an attendant party rooms. attend. McKinney, nieces of a meat cutter at Winn Dixie
and wore a pink chiffon dress. She presided at the punch<: .
carried a pink rose. :Women of the MooseTo

,>4The bride, given in marriage by her S : Have InstallationThe _.
parents,wore a long white dress with f .
Queen Anne neckline with embroidery :t \ Women of the Moose will hold
along the neckline and their installation of new officers for
around the sleeves with embroidery 1981.1982 on Sunday, June 28 at 3 p.m.
inserts in the sleeves. She wore a 1 at 237 S Monroe Street with a cookout .; + > ... ,
daisy covered floor length veil and ,;: \ for all members of Lodge No. 2033 to
carried a bouquet of pink and yellow f. \ follow at 4 p.m. It is a B.Y.O.B.
h,.:,, ,;,: W .: Officers to be installed are: senior.
roses.A I"
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reception was held in the church ....." 't.' ''.. regent, "Jerry" Maxine' Kallas;
reception hall which was highlightedwith junior graduate .regent, Shirley
candelabra deconat U. with ., ';(", '7 'O'f, Meyers; juniorTegent, Ruby Bowen;

yellow, white-end,pjnk flowers.Sher-- .}...... _OI chaplain, Teresa Davis; treasured: ii' II jj :
ree StarlingfcepT" bride's book. *+ Doris Templin; recorder Eva Blan- 'S r
The bride's table was covered with che McEuen. ;
white lace cloth over pink linen and ___
centered with wedding cake encircled
was with yellow a and pink flowers. -.. ........-
Marty Clemons cut the cake. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Whipple. PINE! FORESTAPARTMENTS
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The punch table was covered with a flowers.
white lace cloth over pink linen and Lisa Carter Cindy Alderman ant
was centered with 'a crystal punchbowl Joann Hoverson assisted in serving.The 1.2.: tt :3 Bedroom Apt..
encircled with pink and yellow couple is residing in Starke. rrom t13000 to *37S1S3O : -
The bride is a graduate of Bradford
"fi < High School and Is currently t% h G
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: MadUon
W.
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I Susie Davis and David Zwicker Engaged Couple Eastern Star

Honored At Supper June 27. J-BIRTHS

Married May 2 at Home WeddingMiss Poolslde Dinner Starke chapter, #224 Order of the
Eastern Star,will have a covered dish
Susan Starling and Grover Howard, June 27 at 7 .m, in John Robert Gilmore
supper,Saturday, p
who will be
united
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Susie Davis, daughter of Mr. i marriage July the Masonic Hall.
and Mrs. Richard Davis of I 18, were complimented at a poolside All Masons and their families ate Mrs. Robin Gilmore of Kingsley
Gainesville and David Zwicker, son of buffet dinner Friday night at the invited to attend. Lake announces the birth of a son
Mrs. Bea Zwicker cf Gainesville were 11 home of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren. t John Robert, born June 14 in Alachua'
ftl Hosts with the Warrens were Mr. tt General Hospital. He joins a brother
united in marriage May 2 at 8:30 p.m. w ''rJ..A.lv ,
at the home of the bride's uncle and and Mrs. P.J. Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. Cory, age 3.Maternal.
aunt, Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Davis in 1 Desso Forman, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. 'ftv 1,1" grandparents are Mrs
Starke, with Rev. Norman Redding Dukes and Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Jason Michael Prevatt Sadie Elder of Kingsley Lake and the
performing the nuptials.The Spengler.The '. Brandon Scott Prevatt late Dewey Elder.
home was decorated with three buffet table on the patio was i[i' ) _
candelabras with burning blue \ covered with an Army-Navy cloth and + Y Jackson and Terri Prevatt of Kristen Lee ClementsMr.
tapers, flanked with wedding palms centered with an arrangement of rarf 'Starke announce ,the birth of twin
and yucca trees. Potted plants and !' .; brown and yellow silk flowers. f. sons, 'Jason Michael and Brandon and Mrs. Jimmy Clements
greenery were used throughout the ; The 30 couples ate at tables set up imir BU*.i-*>jr\..M\to'"...8B,IBfc-BSBUH :Scott, born June 19 in Alachua Sanford announce the birth of a
home. Blue garlands with wedding 'I. around the pool which included the 7 I 1 General Hospital. daughter Kristen Lee, born Friday,
bells were used at points of interest. ..... / parents of Mrs. Starling, Mr. and Daa(;1IKe.- V Maternal grandmother is Mrs. June 19.Maternal.
The mantle was decorated with burn- \ J Mrs. Bill Scoggins.The .Johnny Welch: ; Allison Aljets of Keystone Heights. grandparents are Mr. and
ing blue tapers in silver candelabras hosts presented the honored .1 Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rowe of Sanford. Maternal
surrounded with greenery. ? couple with a set of decorated sheetsas Tina Gibson :' Mrs. G.F. Prevatt of Starke. great grandparents are Mr..and Mrs.
Lance attended best Mr. and Mrs. David Zwicker a memento of the occasion.littleWomen's .
Sontag as man Robert Green of Starke, Hogan Smithof
and Allen Colbert and Curtis Jerniganwere Johnny Welchengagement Kelll Nicole Sapp Starke and Mrs. Eoline Smith of
ushers. Epperson Family told Sanford. ,
Marie Jernigan served as matron of Paternal grandparents are Mr. and
Reunion Held SaturdayThe James and Cleo Sapp of Lawtey an
honor. She wore a blue gown of qiana Club' Reminder Mrs. Faye I; Vencil: of Starke: announces nounce the birth of a daughter, Kelli Mrs Clements of Branford.
knit with royal blue chiffon jacket. annual family' reunion of the the engagement ;and 'ap Nicole, born June 3 in Orange Park
She carried a fan with blue silk Epperson family was held in the The members of the Ltttle Women's proaching marriage of her daughter Community Hospital.' -=--- -' -

flowers. Fellowship Hall of the Methodist Club are reminded that their parents Tina Denise Gibson to Johnny Witt Paternal grandmother is Annie lJ lJK4ow ,
Church in Lake Butler Welch son of Mr and Mrs. John
Diane Johns and Brenda Brisbin on Saturday must the Mae
complete. admission sheet King of Lawtey. Maternal grand-
were attendants and were gowned June 20 with Miss Katherine Epperson Welch of Lake Butler. .
that they were mailed and return it are J.S. and Wanda Sapp of
parents
The bride-elect is Mr. and Mrs Tom Moore and family -
and Mrs. Watson a 1M1 graduate of
similar to the honor attendant exceptin Georgia as
to either Mrs. Lawtey.
immediately Joan Chit- Great
Bradford grandparents are of Woodbridge, Va., are spending
hostesses. County High School and U
carried
and blue. They fans
pink ty'or Mrs. James Reddish club Theodore and Rosier of
with blue silk flowers. Arrangements of hydrangeasdecorated sors for the house at, spon- employed by TG4Y Starke.: Raiford Ruby 10 days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Barbara Davis was flower girl and the tables. Lake next week, June party 27-July Kingsley 1. Mr. Welch Is a 1177,graduate of Jimmy Moore. 'See Page lOA

Robert Davis was ringbearer.Given Attending from Starke were Mrs. If any member did not receive Union County High School: and to self- -- ---.- un__m__._ ___n'O'a"f __-' __ "_,,-
in marriage by her uncle, Bettie Epperson Mizelle, Mr. and theirs in the mail, please call .the employed.The ,
Oscar Davis, the bride wore a white Mrs. Bill Epperson, Mrs. Eva Anderson so they can wedding will tale place Satin
and sponsors get you one. day, July 11, at 8 in New River
satin gown with empire waist, long Mrs. Janine Sellers p.m.
cuffed sleeves, low rounded neck accented daughters, Stephanie and Emily. Baptist Church. .. .': "
lace and Other out-of-town Mrs. Kimberly Clemons No invitations are being sent. All : \ 'f.. : ,' '' ;'
with d'ange chapel guests were 0'M' rJl.'O .., ,
train. Her Juliet cap secured her Cindy Householder and daughters. Phillip Hall friends and relatives of the couple are '/ t M I 1.E., '. .\ ,.. .J, "'" ,H\\. ,." .. ,".I.t.1I! \ I
finger tip veil of scalloped illusion Kathye Jo, Kim and Katina ol cordially Invited to attend. / ..
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decorated with d'ange lace. She car Bushnell, Mr and Mrs. George To Wed TonightThe :' \\S.A .
ried a nosegay.of white daisies and Bradberry and sons, Jeffery and marriage of Kimberly Clemons : ,

red roses. Mrs.Douglas of Orange Park, Mr. and and Phillip Hall will take place The John Torodes (Betkv.f'eeri'; :;:/ ',;: fbm '?i./ : ';:':'(;1.t '.;X :; ::; :xM! .
A reception was also held at thr Noah Williams of Melrose, Mr tonight, Thursday, at 7 p.m. at Union :'/" "'}) ;!!+ ';\';' : '*'.""'i'"i': '} :.:,: 'tI' ':":." ''''t' ::' ?:':',' ;,; '1''k
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and Mrs. Dolan Bradberry and Host Rehearsal DinnerMr. 2" "i'B ,. r:2'1: '
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blue covered three-tiered liner with and wedding a was white centered lace cake cloth flankec with over l Tenn.McDowell Mrs. David and and granddaughter Melville Rev. and of Mrs.Nashville., Charles Tracu All attend.friends and relatives are invitedto following Torode night entertained, June, Jr. and the at 19 a fiancee buffet for couple'their dinner, Tracy con wedding Friday,Kelly John, .t iii i j i; ),:::irjb'iCQ'iii&fl, ;,; ; ; ; !, ;; &( ;& ; C'. ..


with two five-branch silvei of Orlando :
Epperson
candelabras with blue tapers. Kathye Jo and Kim Householdersang Open House rehearsal.The dinner was held at UM Torode ,,':'Do ni'P"r :l1'a\'m"\\'iHom'es'\ I :;" : ',

Charlene Meirs cut the cake. the blessing after which good for Bio-Medical ,. .
Verna Jane Meirs presided at thi food was enjoyed. Mrs. Mildred home on Kingsley Lake where the ; ) ,.' :! '!" .
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guest book table. Rivers led the singing. with her piano Dialysis Center linen buffet cloth table and was centered covered with with a an white arrangement :;! ;';: ( 4, 1 1 $: : ;." ,:
The punch table was also covered accompaniment.It Sunday June 28
with a white lace cloth over blue liner was voted to hold the reunion of purple sUtice! daisies SfarRe) .. .
There will be house for the lavendar and ., '.. .. .. ,.. ..... .
and held a fountain with punch flow- every year on the third Saturday in an open pompoms baby's :;''''., '' .. ..: .. .! ." .' ...: '

inll.The groom's table was covered witha June in Lake Butler City Bio-Medical, Inc.-dialysis Application's center-Sunday of Lake, breath.The 22 attending Included the immediate ',.'.;"i'\" 'ls'j... '.. .:REf'at!.,......_ .. "r.S....,. .i I. ..n'g'.. .. !:'Re,,-.m.....a'el: .n.....J: !
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blue and
white lace cloth over linen J.H.
Moore
was centered with a three-tiered Family The Center is located at 559 W. couple presented gifts to their
groom's cake baked by Mrs. Charlene Reunion Held SaturdayThe Franklin St. Lake City. attendants during the dinner.

Meirs of the bride. The cake ...
cousin Third Annual Family Reunionof ..
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was flanked by silver dishes holdingnuts the J H. Moore's was held Saturday -
and mints. June 20 at the home of Mr. and -- -
The couple is residing in Mrs. Drew Reddish in Green Acres in
Gainesville where they both Starke.A .
graduated from Gainesville High covered dish dinner was enjoyed
School. by the eighty-one family membersthat
The groom is employed with International attended
Security Guard. Tom Casey, son-in-law of the late !
Fred Moore, has been doing 'SpendI
genealogy research on the Moore I

Miss Lynn MoxieyComptim.fd family and reported on his findings ... .
At Out-of-town guests included:. Mr.-i' ;:: f. :: ..:
and Mrs David W. Moore, Mr:":atof :i ,1 'rm
Coke Partw;;:; Mrs. Ciyde-JUng and family, Mr. and.i .1 .' .44

Miss Lynn Moxley,whose marriage Mrs. Bill Doying, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
to Gene Melvin will be an event of July Doying and family, Mr. and Mrs. ", ."
11, was honored at a Coke party Paul Moore, all of Jacksonville, Mrs.
Saturday morning at the home of Wesley Thomas, Live Oak, Mrs. Seeb now to
Mrs. George Pierce.Cohostesses Andrews, Wildwood, Freddie Moore
were Mrs. Harold and sons Homestead, Mrs. Gayle :
Bishop, HI, Mrs. Harry Gruen. Mrs. Todor and sons Orange Park, Mr.
Joyce Riherd, Mrs. H.C. Ritch and and Mrs. Charles Moore and sons, III
Mrs. George Roberts, Jr. Hollywood, Fl, Mr. and Mrs. Danny .
Mrs. Gruen greeted the guests at Thompson and son, Jacksonville, Mr. :
the door and presented them to the and Mrs. Mickey Moore and family,
receiving line composed of the Lawtey, Mr and Mrs. Johnny Hobbs, lot.
honoree, her mother Mrs. Ben Mox- Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
ley, Jr. and mother of the prospective Royster and sons, N Augusta, S.C.,
groom, Mrs. Cecil Melvin of Brooker Mrs. Jean Rathel, Salisbury, Md.,
Each were given a rose corsage. Mr and Mrs. Rex Mixon, Jr. and "u Wwrpr..MN 1 t ,y l : 'Yr71C111.NL P mowrt,'
The Coke tables in the dining roon, Christine New York City, Mr. and lfy19' "'"" "I 1 would sta i re t n t o
and game room were covered will, Mrs. Rex Mixon, Sr., Jacksonville, lot try
lace cloths and centered with summer Mr. and Mrs Larry Mixon and fami- .' now to save a of money ove a lorfepbric} jr. p

floral arrangements. The iced Cokes ly, Miami, Mark Mixon, Tallahassee, good investment. And that how I feel alxiICtvli; at
were served from crystal punch Mr. and Mrs. Bob Edwards and Man- and those othet nystavitlartaarrelct, '
bowls. dy, Fernandina Beach, Mr. and Mrs.
Assisting in serving were Alisha Stan Reddish, Tampa Tommy Red- Mr. Robert McMahon of G1colh4 J ie nd Iffafe Je "i,.t

and Erika Gruen, Mrs. J.E. Hardy dish, Panama City, and Mr. and Mrs. estimate they saveP$30 to'$4 *iVlomh"hecause tifthts Ky
and Miss Lynn Pierce. Tom Moore and family Woodbridge, initial investment in the}Watt-Wise Living" packageM
The hostesses the honoree the Va. S ,
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Approximately 260 guests were Invited ; features that meet't t Ls e cs Vt nJ d a
to call between the hours of 10 t
be included "
a.m. and 12 noon. lj\ easily htfie'untf wvA&wm lf'ct iiv rMiiuiiicH

,aver a period of years they, can save yoa suHtantiallyl
more than they cost. J&.JJ jWattWise
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Shower HonoreeMiss 'The Beach M cost-saving v ;
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honored at a bridal shower Monday ..... .
night at the home of Mrs. Ted Oglesbj' r /'/... t r / ; or heat pump. Power savers like,,fluorescent,lighting and

with Mrs. Millard Brown. Mrs. T.L a microwave oven, and thermally efficient windows and :Y
CaseyJr., Mrs. Drew Reddish ami I e > doors,with glass areas planned
minimize
to heat biltld-up.
Mrs. David Smith as co-hostesses. r
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Mrs. Brown presided at the punch already
bowl and Mrs. Smith served the cake. reasonable rates. No charga for' t
Other arrangements of summer children under 18.
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(10 I Friends ..of'Frederick 14 on\a Virgin.Island cruise j jJr. Eon: JimfRev. ''Montgomery, .Douglas.Ga. were Friday and Saturday ,i i-. ,.lunee4'l5'at'GlenviUelN.C.11I011' r"/fJllrry"" Larry'Hedgecotchu and Becky:
i Sr,' Mrsi'GeoTge'Oldham; Mrs: J.f. guests of; .Mr. and Mrsi.if&At" / \i ; ; r. ,t tw 'f><' '. 01 > ii IIn.1/ )ilii\l\: Gareth Jones were.square danc-
1". 'ArtJhuit ;:' Mike King of Leesburg spent the Daniel and James':..Montgomery' 'pfLake'Cityiand Jackson Rhonda Alvarez and Penny i .1'i Mrl-an'd! Mrs: JohrtrtV'Anderson aiitfOJ'' 'ITITiI'ig' iu Gainesville Saturday night and
4 "Rick" weekend with his mother, Mrs. Gloria M.' and Mrs.:Ed Montgomery 'Sta1nal tfJtt ft d'< with them for a children 6t Fort: wder', Ale spent last ""attended' a party at the home of'Mr.

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of I music. "major. at FSU... { .-' +i. > n ? 'Williston on Sunday. I.J//, .. ., y .SALE-! ,01 R(sr, k ('MIlMyand ;
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gospel a special service Sunday Johns ,;daughter, Mandof Fernandlna
I.I' night, June 28th, At 7 p.mat the Pine Tennis Wear ed the dedication of the new building Diane Crews made at a,4.0,Florida average State in 'i.a MI....SI...... eurnh, .,),.Q: of'.1 t'" 1 .;..Ieachspent, the ';;'weekend' with his
Level Baptist Church. 35% Off and facilities at the Suwannee River the spring quarter ,, .
t "Stump'.o.pt.Star.I, h.-. ,. ". parents, Mr. and Mrs W. .Edwards
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teacher of the deaf. After being or- j make sure you are completely satisfied. They.take continuing education,
dained as< a minister, Rick will be courses to maintain an up-to-date knowledge of developments In drugs.,
pastor of Battle Creek Chapel an They always try to save you money by offering ,,Sarior Citizen disrupts
outreach ministry of Highland Park and gett6ricf drugs whenever possible. They will also save you tinpe, by. i
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Mr. and Mrs. Glen Miller left Bale, Priced ..... I
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Wednesday of last week for their Pump spray.Concentrated ," 1\,1\, J__ '
home in Omaha Neb. after four days for longer hold Limit 1 LADYBIC ROLAIDS ."
visit with Mr. and Mrs. George SHAVERSS39 ANTACID TABLETS TROPICAL'

Miller. SHOE SALE 0 -c-::::: OAON ,r amOLI .69 I' hOUNCE FDULA"I:

I ..... PACK ....... MePrlcMiYour ..... ,
Men's 23% OH LISTERINE pp1'"A -,. III
ladles o" Off Disposable.singleblade. Relieves upset stomach. choice of lotion or '
Stump'.Dept. Store MOUTHWASH Limit 2 Limit 1 pack oil. Limit 1


Warren Bradford Patten Square of Do than, Ala. 3Z-OUNCE! 189 I

spent the weekend with his uncle and 1 MEN'S & BOY'S
TNT
.
.
Sale Priced .
aunt Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Warren.Mr. .ty SWIM SUITS' SUN-TEA I
ANT A ROACH --
Antlseptlcfordallyoralhy- ( JAR a'
III Limit 1 -- ....... O99lePrleed.
giene. J I SPRAY
and Mrs. James Cash and fami- ... ..- '"A 77
ly and Steve Abear of Orlando were ... .... *eP 1-OALLOM' r 11-ouNci ".
weekend guests of Sen. and Mrs Assorted sizes&colors. Il'9" 'I.M.... ..99"to
I --u"1""
Johns. Steep tea the old fashioned 0 I
Charley
<7
,
KEEBLERDELUXE FUTURO SPORT BRIEF way. AeroaolwlthBlygon
Men's W..r.rnStraw Cholcoof sizes.Limit! ... ... .. .3'5 for( extra strength
Mali :t2.

25% OffStump' I GRAHAMS f VINYLDRIPDRY I ,
Dept. Store LADIES'TERRYROBE I11 tI ; HANGERS' :;
-
Bradford Square ,
15.S-OUNCE
Col.! and Mrs. Harry Hatcher, Jr. 9ge I OfACK 69." :-" "d;i
.eurr3 e 799Assorted
returned last Tuesday from a 21-day Regular1.39.. .....1.1. ..... ..........;; .'
''' ''i
trip to the New England states. 11iJj Bonus pack 24more sizes' ""A colors., vinyl coated for drip- tJl ::
covered cookies. dry fabrics '
fudge ,. .. ........
Miss Anne Haynes and Mrs. AI *-!* tri J'
Coson.wer:f > inavannahviGaSunday' hr., ,. ,1 n aCG IN 1, ASSORHOUSEHOLD> D; ,.t.bm "tiiw,, inuwe ,..... ..00" ...,,,,1iI
to Wednesday visiting Mrs. Marcia ti.HOLL s : Pt'A30OFF .rt tHERCULONTCN "ot :?: nu
Welch. / ; EXERCISE. SANDAL'S SEAT CUSHION 111 :
IRISH SPRING --
Dr. and Mrs. Glen Davis and familyof BAR SOAP ..." 1388 ......." 699 J.
Gainesville were last Thursday I Priced ..... REGULAR PRICES .......DO ..... ,\
night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0 0 Ladles'. fashion Choice of large & small westeblns. Cool& comfortable. I.::..
H.L. Hutson. 4/1 colors.Limit 1 'laundry baskets, mop palls & more. Assorted colors.LADIES' ( .

SHOE SALE I .3H-OZ.$... _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ I
Men's 25% Off
Ladles 40% Off Deodorant bath soap. Limit FRAMED! DOOR OUTDOOR
Stump' Dept. Star. I DECK SHOES MIRROR EXTENSION CORD

Bradford Square "Ihp11r N 1004T. '
Regular .M

Mr. and Mrs. Merton Walters of MA G d .......".. ....479 OaNPrtoad.. .....411 ...v. ..;.......''12" I ,Ii'>u1 Po2d3' r9

Mayfield Heights Ohio were weekend II WINDEX i 'tw' ? Cool&comfortable.. 14"x 54".Sturdy plastic.. Heavy duty outdoor radon
guests of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Gruen. it ig Assorted sizes.' Wood-look. 4.ord. Qroynded plug ear tad

GLASS CLEANER 1 1 ; .aZ IJ 1-130llAO
Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Bakken returned I 32-OUNCE buoilr 1 el maT, ..N,1POGC
Sunday after two weeks visit with his REFILL! : .1'1
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bakken, Sr. in 8gCl + sd dr :
> Iduq sbn nl.udQnlob
Sale ,, DURACELL VOLT
Wahpeton N.D.Men's. II Priced ........ ,BATTERY Vt-QAL.! PLASTICDECANTERS" nLAln ''MC' d. u l emon mvI
ft\J\ d .Ir,
Cleans kitchen; appliances, ICE OHESorr. q +on 4 31UOJ
'
W..t.rn glass& more. Limit 2 v awu+let>7te 119 ;j "agular1. ,- :
Straw Hat. SilePrieed. ..... : : __ ............. ....99. AstTs'/ 1t.M orp, n t on ot.UOWI3"Ibnetni
25% OffStump' II '
'Alhellne cell: for( smoke Clear plastic with assorted a? inoi'ivoiq.elutot
D.pt. Store 4
alarms radios more.
Bradford Square color'( lids. t r!: .

GLADE SOLID l.a.A.nul.iHt b.loO

Kevin Miller and Keith Davis of the AIR FRESHENER WELLS FARGO JI JeW \ bhol9 ,biol
University of South .Florida who have ,.. _
.t\t
vacationed the past ten days in New I SMOKEALARM .tilt .:s.U RtIDER _

York and Washington D.C., visitedKevin's :::1A.H : ittla ., :
'CINTS2/7ge 199 +1.\ o 81f JAI 3HT HI
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John rrio".d ..... :jaN : : + ,TAUO)
Miller during -
the weekend while
II Automatic eafety llg ht I Aseorted ,pie JAI IOUL
enroute back to college.Mr. SoIldalrfreehenecCholcedf!. r e & test button. ., U1AZWEBAACUMINUM tdelSra' i. 41A, ,:\U1III < 1 U ii I AaIROA
fragrances. Limit .. .. ,1U GROIGAPS
Old -- "3'
"
and Mrs. Mark Hamilton and I' : 1 troq'\i ": 01.1 teAD:
.
children of Tampa spent the weekend GENERAL ELECTRIC LAWN FURNITURif'JA.S": nD"(18 .ngtoA\ "/I")
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sher- .SECURITY OGGLE ones n
SWIM'
+ CHAIR 11.M }
CHAIalltag.14.BB .
/
rod Hamilton and also visited her
parents, Mr. and Mrs N.B. Rosier in / SENTRY srl1!sRt't IGHTI, : i "; 19!'re"..reyes 'TY Ih.A?Y H! a ,. .' 4T2 r

Lake Butler on Sunday FLEA/TICK I f aT""r" .....11... 9'81' S. S99' 1719 .!Wt2ft..I.: .. 001Protects

II ....35o ....... from fait k I
JANTZEN PET COLLAR Go..onGwhenpowel' .Polypropylene; webbing., Tubular.lum- 6 chlorinated water. rta

Tennis 25% Off Wear I DOG/CAT 9 its Kaigita j .:goes' of I. _ !r..u"-! fr m.. Post front legs. ,' ... !t nib

YOUR 19 .._ : 5 --S /
Store .
Stump'Dept. .
.
CHOICE! -: ,; t
Bradford Square GALAXY SWINQERH 'bAlwAd04: .
Regulerl.St .. { .
II Keeps your pet ieeofflea.;: DAR-B-Q GRILL REEL A ROD iiJJ
'f'.1
Mr. and !Mrs. Dale Crosby and t 2" 'INCH' .
children of Orlando spent the I i ._ Mel .?. 3988 im. b3.a'I .1'189"| }: '

weekend with their parents, Mr. and j .' ..... '.'1 S.... 11...' I ?..it
Mrs. Albert Lee Crosby<< and Mr. and I BOX 'FIN 18"i i '8"gr'dillt.aw.y Spinning reel'with 1 3ttglass. J ensA

!Mrs. Merrell Dees. VISUALSCENE I. ", hood. ,Adjustable. >'V draft*.- "" Qlec "" '; fed :, I':'

Mr. and .Mrs. Hodney Hall of SUNGLASSES t"' yrr
II< J I
Theressa and ,son. 'Stephen Hall of OFF 'I any Model 6713"RegUar 01 10"-x17"i K" S 3-WHEEL !: :uREGULA

Orlando returned Sunday from a 1250/' : .. 'HIBACHI'! J STEEL EDGER, .., ,1. ;;:
week's Visit with her brother and PRICES 00 '. 26.09. y'' ,: ta f! bo
{
i ttt5i:5e 8 I
; 799
and Mrs.
family. Capt. Mickey '
'styles.' Latest t. ... 1 ,L
Dansby In Colorado Springs, Colo. 4 ,fashion frames. .1 .22i 99 .... .... : 1 "BI. v'' "'0
Nt.Tw Adlueta6g0rYdei 3rlggsAStrattonerglne. tN
5 : ,
Saw '..00 Lh
drafts.
Ar. and Mrs. Maxie Carter,! Jr at. Mrs ,- Cast v Iron, Flllper 41p control,
tended; graduation of 'their son, .J' orlw
Keith/from KSU on June 13with, a :
degree in Finance. Keith has acceptcd -' :sib ttil
a position l with;' Florida Power

and Light in Miami.. .; 'f You're Going u fie' to Like, ,Eckerd's, :Faroous .ho t o. Offer. :T.OfQje sir

Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Harrington '' "
1 I 1 "
and daughters of Ormond Beach and r' IWern extra Ht of prjnts DAILY-9 to 9 SUN DAY Sat Jne ::
Bill Harrington of Keystone. Heights I Twice the P'r' tilts vvilrt.\ .every roll ol cold: OPEN ; 10 to 7 Salo Prices.. ...good. :-i -rokv thru-. .; 27thH ",
were Sunday.''guests of Mr. and Mrs. .1 or black'and wriltewilfit fllrn.developed." 'end, .p InlSdyR. WERE8EfiYETHiBRIQHTTOLIMITCIAN'IYIES.! J' )bul

J.D. Seymour.. _af K ngsley.Lake. TODAY AND EVER Arl,. I : ; .
a 'JO
5 ;
r t' .1' ,,; decor 'W.j' : E1.1J) : A'1IAiN. '; ads
Steve I!: 'f'nest 'Collins. lion of Twice the ,.sui thepprceofonN 'h ." W"1'" ,>. WW'I]f$t I' 'JA.> 'r:1' :, .fi';

Wallace and Collins of .or black and white when have can"
Joyce Hamp- you. your film processed ... ,. ..., ,
rM If--- n .rp 1rr. rNUaN' e111A vny
font fro'm of at Eckefd'e..TODAYAND.KVE2WDAX4l,, '*
graduated the University ; '
@ ,,; r .. .. . I o...
North Flotl a'on Jun i'13 where he. ., Twice" the ,. v .8Uy..only' >ihi' ,'.p.a'illpfLI13. ; i It, '\o i "' rnUI3( -' I ') ." 'Io} ; .1:
CIf S'
wa on the DeSn'iist'with a BA in aglwvapbtey0utwan. fjWW ,, V: : ..r. ; ..l O Ares and Science, majoring in : No' hassle-even,. M t '1 ootwaatt t the. picture takingj .. ..1\,1\ "11110 I '" :
Criminal Justice. 'Steve graduated' r :+.n. ..."''t ab I '.'''o3brn' t ; r arla.ae ? *y.< 1 ,' "of
from BHS In 1977 where he was activein : ._ .. ....... ..--J s! 141J1 e7. "Wiin tt Str 3ttnar(

sports'especially football.





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k i 9 Whlteheod ueputy 1 monument located at the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT WITNESS my hand and theast Quarter (SVi of' Th. told city reserve 1- I

Clerk.6Il NE corner of Section 7, FOR BRADFORD COUN- the seal 1 of this Court on_ NE'/.) and that portion of the right to accept,or_r-- Lawtey News : : 1
4tchg7/2. '
7$
Township n
IN THE CIRCUIT tvJtonge- -TV.'FLORIDA. June 10, 1981.Gilbert 'Southeast Quarter of iect any.or all bids.
COURT FOR BRADFORD 22 East and run South CIVIL ACTION S. Brown. A Northwest Quarter (SEVi ', ". i.( ;'

COUNTY. FLORIDA: NOTICE OPINTENTION OM1W: West along, the' 'I CASE NO eo..t.+.' A. Clerk of-the Court., By: of, NW'/O) lying East of City of Stark. Florida.; by Elizabeth Terry ,Mr<,and Mrs. iii'Warren and son

CASE NO. 81253. Easterly, : boundary; '' HELEN HARTMANN.and i Mai Ian McRoe, ..'Depu State Road S236, all In By Merrill Edwards, Cil Phone 782-3300 Larry oC', Aurora, Col., and their

,T, W. TATUM, TO REGISTER thereof 213.0 feet to a J.D. HARTMANW.. 't 'CI.rk. Section, 31, Township' 7 Clerk. parents Mr, and Mrs. LesterWalkerhad

Plaintiff, FICTITIOUS :.concrete,,imonume'*>l',nt>> i .Plaintiff' > ..6/18 4tchg 7/9. i .South Rang. 22 East; 6/25 Itchg., Personals: a Barbeque cOokout: for Father's
NAME .\the,NE corne p.lot 3 of Day on Sunday.
,vtVICTOR' I v. ,COURTOF SAVE AND EXCEPTING Mr. and Mrs. Barney Harris and
C. UNION. JR. Pursuant said subdivision 'far pointof DANIEL L. KITE. Dofen IN 'THE THE EIGHTH CIRCUIT JUDICIAL THEREFROM 'those per- NOTICE' OF APPLICATION son Richard. of West Monroe. La., Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Kelly of

and CARMEN UNION. to Section beginning.\ From point .dant. tlons and 'were ,Gainesville, are spending sometime
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR parcelsdescribed FOR TAX DEED guests of their brother Petty Officer
665.09 Florida Statutes of thus1
Defendants. ,beginning I with their Mr. and Mrs.
In Deed Book parents
NOTICE HEREBY
notice Is described Nofrth BRADFORD COUNTY. IS 1st class and Mrs. Joe Harris and
I NOTICE hereby given run NOTICE OF 64, Page 395 Deed Book GIVEN. that MARY LOU George Kelly.
that the 39"58'2(1" ,f ORIDA. family Sunday June 14, until June 18.
undersigned West parallel/
I OF ACTIONTO SALE'NOTICE 68 page 233 Deed Book GREEN the holder of the Mr. and Mrs. Beauford Hip.gin-
DIANA L. CIVIL ACTION While here all of them went to Silver
with the
NOVOTNY Northerly boon- ,
: VICTOR C. UNION and ROBERT I 1. COOPER.COOwners :dory of said I I. hereby Case No. 81278CA. 87, Page 97. following certificates has I Springs on Wednesday and really en- botham. of Maxville, have been in
Section T
JR. and CARMEN UNION. given that. pursuant' In Re: The Adoption of as set forth In 'the orderof filed said certificate fora Joyed the day. The Harris' Bradford County, Hospital for
doing 771.97 t..p"to'art Iron' Barney
J 77 School Street business under the firm pipe: thence SouthfO1'4O' the Final r Judgment SHAWN ERIC NASWOR- Final Judgment. tax deed to be Issued ,returned home on Thursday June 18. sometime.,She came to stay with her
Char I l..town. entered "n cause Dated Jun. 13, 1981. thereon. The certificatenumbers ,
THY. by JOEL S. son-in-law and daughter Mr. and
name of OTSEGO CEDAR West 296.98 Miss Elizabeth Terry was a guest of
MatiachuMtti numbered In GILBERT .
02129. 80-494-CA S.
LOG BOLANTE hi, stepfather BROWN and year of issuance Mrs. James Waters on Wednesday
YOU ARE HEREBY HOMES of NORTHWEST eet; thence South the Circuit Court for CLERK CIRCUIT COURT, the descriptionof her nephew and niece Mr. and Mrs.
FL.. Intends to 39-58'20" East parallel Terry Futch and of Jacksonville June 17.AMS1.
NOTIFIED that are Action Bradford County by: Beulah Moody. Deputy the and the sons,
Petitioner. property. and Mrs. D.R. Brown and
register said fictitious with aforesaid Northerly beach Monday June IS to
Saturday
to foreclose a mortgag Florida. I will sell the NOTICE OF Clerk. names In which it was ,
the name under the provision boundary 770,86 feet to 'd.scrib.d June 20.> ,While there she attended children enjoyed a birthday dinner
on following property property a*: ACTIONTO 6/l82tchg6/25. assessed are as follows:
of aforesaid aforesaid boundary honoring Mrs. Brown Sunday.
Easterly on
In Bradford County RALPH ARTHUR Certificate No. 130. prayer meeting with Mr. and Mrs.
stature: thence Nor'hQ"13' : Freddie Moore and Rick and
Florida: On. 1977 Concord IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Year of Issuance 1969 Farnell on Wednesday night. Thurs- sons
JR. 234'sEast
NASWORTHY. ,
Dated this 5th of <40" East, along said Jason of Homestead few
day a days
spent
Mobil. Home, ID No*. Third Street Apartment FOR CLAY COUNTY Description of Proper- day and Saturday she attended
Jun., A.D. 1981 In Easterly boundary 296.98 with their
mother Mrs. Fred Moore.
Comm.nc. 3377479292A and baseball
at the SE D Pahokee, FLORIDA ty: games with the Futch family
,
Crlltvl_. Florida.' 6/18 feet to the of
corn.,of NE'/l of SE'/ of point 3377479292B: Florida 33476. CIVIL ACTION S'/i of SW/4 of SW>/< (their young sons Bruce and Dean. While here they attended the Moore
4tpd 7/9. .
NE'/4, run th.nc. W..t beginning. YOU ARE HEREBY CASE NO eo.505.CA EX R/W. SEC. 30. 'ages 7 6 played). On Friday night reunion along with Mrs. JW.

:zoo f..t 'for Point of IN THC CIRCUIT ALSOA at public sale' to the NOTIFIED that an action In r.: The marriage of Township 7 S., Range 22.Name they attended the program for their Thomas, of Live Oak, her nephew
of land
parcel
Beginning. From told COURT EIGHTH containing :highest bidder for cash, for Adoption has been EDGER THIGPEN Hueband In which assessed Vacation Bible School. Terry came Gregg Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Dan

Point of Beginning run JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. "IN less,7.69'lying acres In Lots moreor 5, 6. at the front door, of the filed and you or. required ->> ., and MARGARET : C.N. Williams. after Miss Terry on Monday after- ny Thompson and son Brian of
thence North 100 f..t Bradford County Cour.thouseIn THIGPEN'WI f.. All of said Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Chuck
; AND FOR BRADFORD and 7 of Davis Brother to serve a copy of property noon and brought her home on Saturday -
run thence West 77.5 COUNTY FLORIDA. and Subdivisionas Starke, Florida your written defenses. If ?. NOTICE OF being In the County of afternoon. Moore and sons Bob Ryan and

feet; run thence South CIVIL ACTION Truby's plot thereof between 1 11 I A.M. and 2 any to It, on the Peti ACTIONTO Bradford.. Stqt. of William of Hollywood Fla and Mrs.

100 feet; run th.nc. East Case No. 81275CA. recorded per In Deed Book E. 'p.m. on the 2nd day of. tlon.,'* attorney whose : Margaret Thlgpen Florida. Ann Andrews of Wildwood. The Chuck

77.5 f..t to the Point of In r.: The Marriage of Page 680 of the public July, 1981.GILBERT. name and address I I. JJ.WOLBER1' Stackhouser MacMahon Unless such certificateor Mr. and Mrs. Wade Kirby and son Moore family and Mrs. Andrews were

Beginning all In Section WILLIAM MILTON record of Bradford S. BROWN JR. ',of Street Stork., Florida certificates shall be Darren of Alabama, were guest of Saturday overnight guests of their

29. Township 6 South GILLILAND. Husband County Florida! said CLERK CIRCUIT COURT WOLBERT. SAXON & "32091.: redeemed, according to their mother Mrs. Mamie Barrett mother Mrs. Moore and attended ser
22 East. by: Beulah Moody Deputy YOU ARE NOTIFIEDthat law the described -
Range and MIDDLETON.. STARKE. property vices at First Church in
FANNIE LOUISE parcel being' more particularly Clerk. Wednesday to Saturday.Mrs. Baptist
in such certificate
GILLILAND. Wit. described FLORIDA 32091 on or a Petition to Modify or C.R. Crews Starke on Sunday morning with her.
week with
as spent a
6/18 6/25.
hat b..n filed Stchg Final of certificates will be sold
against before July 23: 1981 and Judgment
NOTICEOF follows: her daughter Mrs. Tommy Clayton Freddie Moore and sons. Rick
and Dissolution of to the bidder
you you are required file the original with the Marriage highest at
SUIT and son Tinker of Jacksonville while Gregg and Jason of Homestead are
NOTICE OF ,
to of has been filed the court house door on
.rv. a copy your clerk of this court either against
TO: WILLIAM MILTON Commence at a concrete INTENTIONTO Mr. Clayton was out of town. spending two weeks at Kingsley Lake.
wrltt.n defenses.' If any. before service petitioner' you in the abovenamedCourt the 22nd day of July
GULlLAND. General monument locatedat on Mrs. Mr. and MI'JI. Randy Hayes Mr
REGISTER Wayne Gustafson and childrenof
and I 1981
to it on RICHARD E. WEL- attorney or Immediately you ere required -
Delivery Birmingham, the NE corner of Section FICTITIOUS Pensacola two weeks with and Mrs. David Gaines Mr. and Mrs.
TY. Plaintiffs attorney. thereafter; to serve a copy of Doted this 1st day of spent
who. address Is 954 Alabama. 7.Township 7 South, NAME otherwise a, judgement your answer or pleadingto June. 1981.GILBERT. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dobbs Steve Hayes of Starke and Mrs. Earl
YOU ARE HEREBY 22 East and
North Temple Av.nu., Rang run will be entered for the the Petition on the S. BROWN. and Chris. Teston and Nancy, spent a week at
NOTIFIED that action South 0 13
P.O. Box 995. Stark, fop an degree Pursuant to Section relief demanded In the Petitioner's attorn.y.RICHARD CLERK by Beulah M. Mrs. Jean Godwin and daughter. Kingsley Lake.
Dissolution of minute and 40 seconds
Florida 32091 on or marriage 86509. Florida Statutes, petition. E. WELTY P.O. Moody. "-_ Elaine, Gainesville, visited her Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baker of Sanford -
ha. the
been filed West
b.for. 6 July. 1961 and and boundary, along thereof.Easterly S11.98 notice I* hereby given WITNESS my hand and Box 995 Starke, Florida Clerk/ of Circuit Courtof sister, Mrs.. Harold Eunice on Satur- visited their sister-in-law. Mrs.

file' the original with the against you you are that the undersigned, the seat of said Court on 32091. and file the Bradford County day,morning.nir. I Earl Teston and Nancy on Saturday.
to __ .. .
required
serve a
copy feet to an Iron pipe for EILEEN KANGAS R'.I, Florida. "' u
Clerk of this Court either of written defenses, June 16. 1981.Gilbert original answer or 6/18 4trSn /9. ana Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited ivir. ana wire. neggie ixorman 01
before service on Plain.tiff' your the point of beginning. Box 559L2. Keystone S. Brown pleading In the office of their sister-in-law Mrs. Thelma Gulf Hammock visited their parents
if LOUISE Kelly
attorney or Immediately GILLILAND.any to FANNIE whose ad.dr. From point of beginningthus Height' Fl. 32656 101.own.r. Clerk. As Clerk of said the Clerk of the Circuit NOTICE OFINTENTION' in Rest Haven Nursing Home 6th Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman on
described
thereafter ... I.: Post Office Box South 0 ...degrees continue, 13 under,the doing firm business: of Court. By: Faye N.Whlt.hd. Court In and for Cloy TO REGISTER Avenue. Gaineville on Wednesday.Mrs. Tuesday until Friday.Mr. .

otherwise. a default" will !373: Hawthorne, Florida minutes and 40 seconds EILEEN'S CUT AND name CURL. As D.puty County Florida on or FICTITIOUS .. Jenell Underwood spent two and Mrs. Robert McClellan and
before 27 1981.If .
July ,
b. entered against you 32640 and ,file the West, along said Easterly Rt.. 1 Box 539L2, Clerk. fail to do ,NAME days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. son Jeff. and Mr. and Mrs. Claude
so
for the relief
demanded 6/18 4tchg 7/9. you
: Revels and DeWitt and Bret
original with the clerk ot boundary 248.12 feet to Keystone Heights Fl. :'udgment by default will Earl Prevatt. sons
In 'the
Complaint. the above styled court on Pursuant Mr. and Mrs. were Sunday dinner guests of their
Witness hand and a concrete monument; 32636. Intends to, IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF je taken against you for to Section Christopher Prevatt
seal' of this my Court on 29 or before, July 23. 1981.) thence South 89 degrees, register said fictitious THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Belief demanded In'the 865.09 Florida Statutes, ipent the weekend with their son parents Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mc-
otherwise a Judgment 26 minutes and 30 notice I. hereby Oarrell Prevatt who is in Clellan.
1981. name under the provision CIRCUIT. IN AND FOR 'eIlUon. given the Army in
May
Gilbert S. Brown as may be entered against seconds West parallsl I of aforesaid BRADFORD COUNTY. WITNESS my hand and that the undersigned Alabama.Mr. The Durban Family Reunion was

Clerk of the Circuit'j' you for the relief with the Northerly boundary statute. FLORIDA. sal 1 this 24th day of, JOE and AITZE MIAO and Mrs. Hermie Kelly, Mrs. held at the home of Wm L. Durban at

Court. by: B.uloh M. demanded In the Petition. of said lots 5. 6.and Dated this 12th day of CASE NO. 80-443. Jun. 1981.GEORGE. 2317 N. Temple Ave.. Jack Estes Kathy and Phillip Tyreeof Lake Butler on Sunday June 21st.

Moody. Deputy Clerk. 7, 1335.32 feet to an June, A.D. 1981 In Clay W.A. PREVATT and L. CARLISLE, Starke. Fl. 32091. joint Denver. Colorado visited Mrs. Those who were present from Lawteywere

6/<4 4tchq 6/23. WITNESS my hand and Iron pipe located on the Florida.' 6/18 4tchg 7/9. HELEN J. PREVATT. his A* Clerk of Said Court. owners, doing business A.P. Mailman and Mrs. Lorie Tom Un- : Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Durban -
the seal of this Court on Easterly boundary of ,the under the firm name of
wife 6/25 4tchg 7/16. son of Keystone Heights on Sunday ai.d family Mr. and Mrs. James
this 12th day of June right-of-way 'of State IN THE CIRCUIT' SLEEPY HOLLOW MOTEL.
NOTICE OFINTENTION Plaintiff. afternoon June 14. Shuford and family Mr. and Mrs.
Road No. 200 (U.S. 301)) COURT' EIGHTH NOTICE OFINTENTION 2317 N. Temple Ave..
1981.Gilbert ; vs Daric Harvey son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shuford and family Mrs. Eva
S. Brown As Starke Fl. :
'thence North 9 degree, JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF 32091 Intendsto
ROBERT ", W. Shuford. Mr. and Mrs. Shad
TO REGISTER Pete Starling was a guest of his Starlingand
Clerk of the Court By: 01 minute and 04 FLORIDA. IN AND FOR TO REGISTER register, sold fictitious
FICTITIOUS Faye N. Whitehead as second East along lost BRADFORD COUNTY. D'AUGUSTINE and FICTITIOUS name under the provisions grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Charles daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. O.J.
NAME SAUNDRA L. Starling until Boyette and family. Mr. and Mrs.
Deputy Clerk. aforesaid boundary NAME of aforesaid Thursday Sunday.
Easterly FLORIDA.
6/18 4tpd 719. 265.0.f..t to CIVIL ACTION D'AUGUSTINE: I -"his.,wife: statute. Deepest sympathy of the community Raymond Williams and sons Mr. and

Pursuant to Section Iron pip.; thence South an Case No. 81.198.TIMOTHY and LESLIE: : t. LACEY: and, Pursuant to Section Dated' this 24th day of is extended to Leslie Phillips Sr., Mrs. Frank Sweat and daughter, of
ALICE LACEY his wIfe
665,09, Florida Statutes IN THE CIRCUIT 89 degrees,' 58 minutes DALE DefendantsCounterPlaintiffs 865.09 Florida Statute, June, AD. 1981 In Bradford and family and grandmothers Mrs. Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Everitt

notice is hereby given COURT. EIGHTH and :20 seconds East, ROBERTS Husband AND notice is hereby given Florida. 6/23! 4tchg O.J. Phillips and Mrs. Lura Mae Durban and sons of Jacksonville. Mr.

that, the undersigned JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF parallel with the Northerly that the undersigned 7/16. Register, because of the death of his and Mrs. Mike Sweat of Sanderson.

EWELl F. CRAFT. Rt. 2. FLORIDA IN AND FOR boundary of said MARTHA DIANNA and CARL R. PETERSON 118 son Erie Leslie, Jr., on Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Macey, Mr. and

BOK 93B Stork, Fl.' BRADFORD COUNTY. Section 7. 1294.38 feet to ROBERTS. WI,.. JOHN W. BRIDWELL, SR., Thompson St.. Starke, June 17. Our prayers are with them. Mrs. Donald Carter of Kingsley Lake.

32091 sole owner, doing CASE NO. 81-266 CA. the point of beginning.has NOTICEOFSU1T CounterDefendantNOTICE FL 32091 sole owner do- Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kelly of Lake Mrs. Harvey Williams and Mrs.

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business under the firm DM. HALE. JOHN P, OF Ing business under the Worth were Thursday overnight Esther Hall of Starke. The family of
NO PROPERTYTO SALE
name of CRAFT'S HALE and EARL L. been filed againstyou firm name of "PAGEONE" guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Laura McGwlnn of Lake Butler.

SALVAGE Rt. 2, Box FERENCE Plaintiff/ Edgar H. Dukes and : Timothy Dale NOTICE is given that 118 S. ThompsonSt. and the family of Mrs. Ira Rivers of

SSB Starke, Fl. 32091 intends vs are' required to Roberts, c/o Rose Mor. oursuant to a Final Judgment ., Starke FL 32091: in- Hermie Kelly on their way to see Green Cove .

to register said fictitious EDGAR H. DUKES. you s.rv. a 'cbpy _.of your, ,. Shop rl.., Anderson," 2693 Ballo Yardage.Ferry. 981 dated In Case June NO.12, teads-to register said lie-. .. .- "0' their Charlestown mother, Ind.Mrs. Irvin. Campbell in' ,Mr.. and Mrs.Springs.-James Bowman and

name under the Defendant. written defeess |If ajriyvc7A f ''lf "!! tJi 1sj'am.snd.rth.IpldvlsIois family) visited their sister. Mrs.
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and Mrs. Franklin Starling
Mr.
aforesaidstailjteis. .
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provisions. bf"afore' NOTICr ., r.! 'It bn the prplr |Hfj ejftorney -Inla 960075YOU ....* 'of' the Eighth ..- { -- (* Shirley Derrick and family of Orange
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Bryceville were
OF SUITPROPERTY 'whose name and family
Park. The whole of Mr. and
of ARE HEREBY Judicial Circuit In and Dated this 23rd of :-t" of their Mr. family
Dated this 5th day address I I. GEORGE H. day : overnight guests parents,
Mr. R.E. Altwater of Jacksonville.
June A.D. 1981 In Brad. TO: EDGAR H. DUKES. PIERCE P.O. Drawer NOTIFIED that on action l for Bradford County June, A.D 1981 In Brad' .. and Mrs. Fleam Starling.Mr. .
for Dissolution of marriage Florida In which W. A. '' and Mr. and Mrs. William Cahan of
ford, Florida. 6/11 41pd 241 Old Farm Road 1030 Starke. Florida ford. Florida.' 6/25 4tchg and Mrs. Bill Baker of Sanford
been filed Baldwin
hoe PREVATT and HELEN J. were also present.Mr. .
7/2. Milton Massachusetts. 32091, and file the 7/16 visited their brother and sister-in-
against you and are PREVATT. his wife are and Mrs. Daniel Wilkinson and
you
YOU ARE HEREBY original'with the Clerk of CALL FOR law, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Teslon on
the Plaintiffs and
to
required serve a copy daughter Dana of Jacksonville were
Oh NOTIFIED that an Action the abov. styled Courton .
NOTICE BIDS Saturday.Mr.
of your written defenses, ROBERT W. Friday overnight and Saturday
INTENTIONTO to foreclose a mortgage or before July 16 Sealed bids will be and Mrs. Dave Kelly, of
If to it, on the plaintiffs D'AUGUSTINE and
any guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
REGISTER on the following property 1981; otherwise, audgem.nt attorney 'whose SAUNDRA L. received by the City Jacksonville spent the weekend with Donald Wilkison Sr.
FICTITIOUS in Bradford County may b. Commission of the City Mr. and Mrs. Earl
name and address I I. D'AUGUSTINE his wife their, parents
Mrs. Elsie Norman and
her
NAME Florida: entered against for of Starke,.Florida, at the 4 grand
you George H. Pierce. P.O. and LESLIE E. LACEY and Troxell. While here they attended Mr.
the relief demanded sons Jim, Kenneth and Kevin Norman
In City Hall ,In Sforke.FlorMaMntlN7:00 .
sister's wedding in
Drawer 1030. Starke. ALICE LACEY. his wife. Dave Kelly's
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Pursuant to Section A parcel of land containing the Complaint or peti l; P.M. ; and Pam and Cindy Taylor visited her
Florida 32091. and file are the Defendants, I Starke on Saturday.Mr. .
843.09. Florida Statutes 5.26 acre lyingIn tion. the original with the will sell to the highest on J6ly>?.-nlll.\\at which and Mrs. Robert Starling and mother Mrs. Lissie Starling at the
4 5 and 6 of Witness hand and home of her Mrs.
Lots 3. Aunt LillieBoreeor
notice Is hereby given my timS'dRd'pIoeValI bids
clerk of the above styled and best bidder at the family of Jacksonville spent the day
that the undersigned Davis Brothers and eal of this Court on June received will b. publicly Middleburg on Sunday afternoon.
court on or before, July East door of the Bradford Saturday with their parents. Mr. and
GARDEN LIQUORS, INC.N. Truby's Subdivision according IWT aloud Ion Churchctiitlrs
f ,* < ? 16' 1981 otherwise a County Courthouse op.ned.a ;tad :
Temple Ave., Starke.Fl. to plat recordedIn ,Gilbert' Brown asClet.Fr judgment be Bradford County Starke. the following' : Mrs. Fleam Starling.Mr. of There will be a Sing at the Morgan
may and Mrs. Steve Shackleford
Deed Book E 680 the Circuit
32091: ole owner. Page Road Baptist Church Saturday night
.nt.r.d for :
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against 11
of the records of ,, Court, by N. you Florida at 11 A.M. on July < r Tallahassee were Saturday over
doing business under the public >> : Faya the relief demanded In OnePdlIccar on 'h June 27th at 730 p.m. The Weeks
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firm name .'of JESSIE'S Bradford County Florida. 'Whitehead.' Deputy the complaint or peti- 1981.real the following'described police,Gear'.* packagespecifications -" : night guests 'of their brother and Family and the Silcox Family will be

LOUNGE. N. Temple being more portIcuIarIcdeicribed ) ..CI.rk.61t tion. property: -? may be. V' sister.In-law, Mr. and Mrs. George the singers.
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Ave., StorkFl.\, 32091. Oat, follows: 4tchg 7/2. obtained) at City Hall. Kelly.
B p. i. South half of the Nor ..... ..
intends to register sold Commence'af.a concrete! ." ,,0) ;.:\ S '

Ict'tlaus name under theprovl.lon. -
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IN THE' CIRCUIT (Cor. US 301 t Ca'( 'I'fi r ; ;. :',... :t. I FAULKNER

COURT EIGHTH I 964-8733ANYTIME, >:. .$/\ I REALlY

JUDICIAL COURT OF ,
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FLORIDA IN, AND FOR MONDAY-fKIDAY. } .

BRADFORD' COUNTY Ev.ntng and Sunday by appolntmtni,,. T1 .
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CASE CIVIL NO. 81206.ACTION Ralph P. Eryce REALTOR '.:1! 0 e :0 .J.j .

flORIDA BANK AT F. '
STARKE COUNTRY CLUB Like new. 3 BR 2 Bath.Fern. Room with _ leaI state' '. 1

Plaintiff fireplace.'cent fleetairww carpet, closed' garage, _ *1 221. Lafayette St. Across from Wishbone i: \ "

vs $17,000 ..ulty' assume SO,000 mortgage. at %'.:'total _ _ OHIce Space For Rent

ROBERT HUGH EDEN prlc'e $47,000.WALK 986 Temple
964-7828 OFFICE HOURS:
FIELD and EFFIE Monday Friday .4 Saturday 1 "
office/church-.2 '
BEATRICE EDENFIELD. his TO TOWN/benk/post bedroom CLARK!

wile, I bath block home.central lieet/elr. Sep. dining. room a GEORGE ROBERT -Broiior

.Defendants. fam. roam $2'.MO (Existing 1st mortgage *ppro COUNTRY LIVING 10 acres with beautiful four

NOTICEOF .'/ % ASSOCIATES S _ _ bedroom two beth home. 0.000..
$".500 @ )
SUIT Weekend and Evenings. Call 964-5231 i i

NO PROPERTYTO .1 ACRES |lust out of city,limit Zoned for homes or R.ch.reI.a......*.*" .Uts Ann Godwin.''''.5.5' j OUT OP TOWN nice brick design 3BR home Fenced yard.

: Robert Hugh Eder, mobile homos, 7000. ', Patsy Slkon- f'''-1' Norman Heddlng. f 44s 4 '

Held and Effle Beatrice John! ..Smith-944-4217 LI..40W.Jah"'r'44-4O 7 LAKE BROOKLYN FOUR BfDROOM 2 bath en appro2 acres, centrally

Edenfield 1350 S. Tread- MINT CONDITION Inside end out en-'almost I ecre. 'in HOMES STAlKS Approximately' 1 beeutllul ecre let. located with' fruit end nut t,.... $....000. _' -_

way.#:37,Abilene, Texas tewn-1 BR 2 full beths Block home LR '.m.Rm.-'Cent.Heelair .,3BR, |'I. frm gerege. tO'ilOO lot-Celllns PI. view Sparkling 27000.w..r. k

7< 1602 .. Almost' ,new stove Ref' I < dishwasher _,.."'. home on 2 let with worellou.Walnut St. 5.' ACRES with mobile heme-Hwy 230-A. $23.500. RORIM.

YOU ARE HERESY 45000. .2IR. I.. Block. Fenced 423 Plneweod Dr. JUST REDUCED Pin.nc9
NOTIFIED that Action TWENTY ACRES-Graham aree. Partlelly cleared.
an '5$. Block nice 1120 Soaring St.
RErUff
I .351,1 lots
SceeiJJf'V.A 2 city on Orange
for Mortgage Noel 2 BR Freme. C.r. Lot perch' .. .3BR, 2B. 2100".... It.,...... apr. I'/.A.. w/rnt. .pt...IOOW. Street., 4.100 Owner ing evalloble.- ., 'j'
iii.ed '
Foreclosure' has been ( : .* : '
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cloied beck p.cIs.$22.50O. & .l", :. ri .Frame he ne, ,oed ktcetlen. 2BR,2B-ferk Piece.OUTOFTOWN Finane I' Phone 964-7700
and ."'" : Commercial Cell
against you you ,.* ; ? building an St. 2 separate 393 N. Temple: Avenue

ore required to serve a '2% acre S,000 .. B Acres ",.000 j,f.."'*.. A- HOMES store front Appro. 2500 so,. ft. _ch. Will sell together

cop of your written MOBILE HOME-im Champion en I ...Off Beyless Hwy. OWNER FINANCING or ..........

defenses if any to 1'..on SR210I $'A ecre fine strand el fiarvetteble" timber .J... 1.. Sri... 21 .ew... 3-cer .......M.L. Sterling Rd. This 1 .bedroom. 1 bethsurveyed AUCTIONAUCTION

'the plaintiff' attorney far f let subdivision. $12,500., .4$.. 1.. fre", .. 1-.. lot. lake Butler. completely. restored home PIVI BEDROOM home with TWENTY ACRES In Improved ,

whose name and ad- .. JIR, 2B, Stvcce. FIreplace Ml South I I. located en e nice center pasture and limN Workshop and born lnclud.dfencedApprol.

elr... Is George H. 20 cere. US Mt '. ,He" Railroad "Woodod .tar.. lot. 2 mobile homes-Sempson leke Rd. let. $27SOO. end crose-fenced.

Pierce, P.O. Drawer, .Beautiful, 4 ...21.lIrkk. ep. .. IOA-W. ef lewtoy.Freme. ., ,
A. with ferMI. ** '
103(). Slarke. Florida $3.009pe' ,, .,. .I..?,,,. ,") 1 I ; B B*. ',.. .I'.l4It....s.*. 4'/\ A.-Slom .":. HANDYMAN SPECIAL STOW BUILDING Hwy SOl Good Income producing AUCTION

32091 original) with and the file Clerk the of -10 Acre weeded '.' pine'1 $21.000< j end. $24,005 1 wItJ .1 I.. IB, f,..... 100x7$ ,lot wI'...... In Hempton. 2 .......... hem* with business.

.Peel, PP. J... 2$. Brick-Country dub ere*. owner terms.10000.
the above styled court. '
on or before July 11. terms. ,' '" -, (;J .iVt'C epro.'.,.A-t-**.i 21 1.,100.! '. ,.... RfSIOfNTIAl"': We hove home priced from $11.000 to June Saturday 27. It*I
HOME ,
: XfCUTIVI II|0.DOG. With or without __... '
1981 otherwise, 0 mobile'Home let $ .OCIG. -
; ACREAGE '
1.
C t Acre I"
_. 24 LOTS .
ho ,
I -? ? 3 bedroom; 2 bath ,
lodgement may be 'MO Acre en Meek: ... Sterling roed.. Apartments Par Rent Cell ,4ysj er *44-$474
location.
entered against you for Wi NAVE OTHER LISTINGS-CAM,US KM Al L *M Acre* offUS-MI, ",see, ,. ,> y!, Greet guesthouse ''or mare 'Information .

the relief demanded In ESTATE NEIDS.. ', j< j'' I 'I, fl 1f ""' OU'l1j;J ** ecre.*. $; trailer .hoohrupa" Creiby. lake Shores.HeAehliet I Included. $7f.OOO. 1 jf ,..' Property Menegesn.ntSorvlces, ... ,

the lion Complaint" at Peti CALLUS*11445118. : ;t.6t1l: !J! ....gaV> 'i.e.. lempees)..Uke.... iri t.M Terry Aj Gelnee 7a3M lv F.uIIner.flALT6th-44-S0U Appraise< EvonlngsiPtoesecall'n. "J,. .",> I ',0 N;

'vF.AFTER Aptwoiilmetely ,.. In Are. &, ., .Sesee& :
lie lewtoy
HOURS w.t.m-su.astl' tfemle Odem Broker! ,
C. 'I'
WI4ree.. hand and J' Kay .
my -- .
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1 Irene L. Peulhne RSALTOR-AUOC1ATE-f
seal of this Court on June Lllllen CPe-rseW* K" \ V K'fl1'" skiieee.O. .$l23 1 L l Eileen $t@"" --4Z3-3064,.. ) : I OK. Phono) *44>S47e.j .."
1 9".a..OKIUALISMAN.'U.U2.
3, IW. ;" ....../ ....- ?$ A'JLL:i ], .. .,.. .... -sv cR.k4J.,"" 1. 11"$'J'1: -.Ac"', ,1 Petty L.w.on-414-452 r .liseeGv.wd.ns.SALESMAN.6411U I a... Kelly,,Astoclete" ,,,, ,, IAJ
Gilbert. 3. Brown 'Os 3.Seuth Lynn 9svis.'Asseei...
Off ke Meneger44S1I .34) Ud $Ic-Yc.vnt fu ".,.... CertMMt ef -U.f SendrW.Reddlsh.REAlTOR-ASOCIATI-43l-l2 I /II"1 :' '

Clerk. .0th. Circuit .ndldwerdslesd _ _ I
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Starke's Stars stamped themselvesas weekend but got plenty+.of as'sistarufe.Tom ,1.top half of inning,9 the Stars grab- the Stars who got a S-for-5 perl
o' one of the favorites for next mon- Jr. took MVP honors withan, ,8-Jl r.Jtwjd( victoryNortnan; ;> delivered a mance from the cleanup spot w
.' S th's state 16-18 year old Softball championships (.727)) weekend that included the2pir-' ,pinch-bit :.single/.and/' / Goodge and Paladino going 2-2 with an inside-t
". II with an undefeated run cuit shots plus an Inside-the-park HR, i Johnson-delivered as well,to load the park HR and a double and substit
through last weekend's Youth Invita- 3 doubles, and 3 runs. Goodge was 9-14 base.r'\ the, Banditos,mishandled John Riggs adding a 3-3 day,
.. II tional In Starke that featured clutch, (,643)) with his homec,':2 of the in-the- a.hot third by Strickland and Nor-( eluding a double. Johnson'Ioent :'
IISPLASH': never-say-die performances.With park variety., a couple of doubles;and IC mall pranced homeith. the.winning with a pair of running homers, a
,.. ry a 16-11 win over the Miami 6 runs. ,' ri i :. )1 I ..Stephen Spell and John Bennett w
:. .,' .- ) Wehitl.'the.4ball. 3.3 and 2-2 respectively.The .
Banditos in Sunday afternoon's final Also, Bennett,was 5-7 (.714)1 :.An- ; > ., ,' hit It. in 1 the
iI'I .. .. Banditos came back from ,
,,' the Stars completed a 5- ame sweepto /I'!:jJ II''1. "l'I /' r.
) r loss to Starke to whip the Jack sonv"
: the title and served notice that they
could well return to the Florida Senior The secret according: Mc6riff.ff'.We''Iit:; ; the Bandits 11-8; Sylvester Ga, Bi
in '78 and "f 10-7( ; and First Federal 7-1 to ret
throne they occupied r'
Boy '
.Ji", t ball in the .; ;; 'r 'y'1, :: the final. -
79 before settling for fourth at State . ."" IIJ, t, '
last year. .., .... -t>' 'h' ,.. ,; It was the Bucs who werea\varc
Jensen Beach First Federal the Sportsmanship Trophy.
Again :
will be a major roadblock at the state drews 6.10 (.600) with 5 runs; Johnsbn( "'tI tf''" sald'd'pleased:l Coach Jerry ..

tourney to be held July 17-19 in Jensen 8-16 (.500) with 4 extra-base raps; McGriff. "Getting those three runs
Bch. Saturday night it was the Stars Riggs 3-3 (100))( ); Spell 3-5 (.600)); against the Banditos and then the Ordr of Finish
taking a winner's bracket final tussle Strickland 4-8 (.500)) with 2 triples; seven against Jensen Beach... that 1)) Stark Start '-

between the two Florida powers. Warren (.600)) with doubles; Nor- was Just, cwming... ,}through! in. thectntCkla' : 2)) Miami. Bondi.oe
Down 8.6 after six the Stars pummelled man 5-9 (,.556)); and. Eddie Crews 2-3 ((11" 3)) l l Fdral-Jni Bch.
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out 7 runs and then shut Jensen (.667)). .
photos by Cheryl Godwin down to claim a 13-8 victory. Clayton It all added up to a team batting
Norman started that binge with a average of .530 as the Stars outscoredthe
single and was followed by a Barry opposition 56 to 29. \ pay more? When you can't get

Warren double and singles by Scott To reach the final the Stars took a better service
Hudson and Craig Sapp before Tom forfeit win over no-show Lake City, J' -
Paladino unleashed a 3-run homer and then came from behind to top the' $ .
that gave the Stars an 11-8 advantage. Banditos 4-3 in the first-ever meeting .
J Bill Goodge then singled and De- between the two teams! before HOUSE WIRING

wayne Strickland brought Goodge crushing Jacksonville's Astrolites CENTRAL HEAT & AIR
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home with a triple before scoring 237. .,
himself in the Stars rally. In Saturday morning's early' % FREE ESTIMATES
In Sunday's finale it was 9.7 Starke Miami-Starke encounter the
after the Banditos scratched out 3 defensive-minded Banditos drew first

runs in the top of the fifth but the blood with a run in the secondbut "am'OA,
Stars produced another 7-run explosion Goodge answered with an inside-the- HANK LOTT 468.29.40REFRICERATi0N -

in t the fifth to put the speedy park homer. Miami went back up 2-1 BJPJ& C """
cuban team away., Backtobackhome with a run in the fifth and 3-1 with a
M t vf runs by Paladino and Goodge score in the top "of the last but the Service On All Home) Appliances & All Make Air Conditioners
N I fueled the rally after Randy Andrews Stars didn't quite. Goodge singled and
doubled home a score. In the finals Chuck Johnson tripled him home and

i, Andrews was 3-for-3 with 4 runs, an error off Strickland's bat got Work Guaranteed Minimum Charge
Paladino 3-3 with a double to go with Johnson home with the tieing run, I
his HR, and Goodge was also 33. sending the game into extra Innings. 1850.
Paladino and Goodge wielded No runner reached in the eighth and
dangerous bats throughout the after the Banditos were shut down in
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Starke Rec. Department took a field trip to Wild Waters last Friday'and little I SL'' i1 I dS
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George Hodges was one that made a big splash at Ocala's wet amusement park.In II II'I I 7III! III II I I II {I I Iy'r'
other Summer Rec. activities last week there was Frisbee golf with .n'' it 111 ir'
Wendell Hudson and Neal McElenny for first place ahead of Andre i PRICE I

Williams, Dante Williams, Chris Hall and Jeff Carver who tied for fourth, and
John Stanwix-Hay. Beth Hatmaker had the best water color on Arts and Crafts
Day while Bingo winners were Shawn Binder,Joy McMullen, Jeff Gramble and I
Lisa Tierney, Steve Thornton and Jeff Gamble, and Michelle Hall.
nant.June birthdays celebrated were for Shawn Binder, Gayle Lee, and Mona Ten- Announcing the installation of our new printing press.


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Minor, Boys All Stars AnnouncedThe ,V ,V' This means 24 HR. Service. i


top players in Starke's Dixie Minor and Dixie Boys leagues have been n'toii1 ."t' ,\ I I tl I .

chosen and are now practicing in preperation for the District tournaments, at; .:'r/I.' In Our I
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The Minor leaguers, who will host their tourney at Pratt St. Field in Starke, ', <11?.".' !. N :
are: Hal Davis, Chris Noegel, Darin Patterson, and Matt Whitehead of the Departu: 1 iref.9 ;

league champ Phillies; Bo Bishop, Ed Douglas Jason Johnson, and Mark .. Printing
Strickland of the Indians; Tim Lewis, Chuck Mullins, Rob Powers, and John ) V ,'r
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Stanwix-Hay of the Twins; Kirby Joe Hildebran and David Lizenbee off the Camera Ready Copy ,;.;I ;: wi.'d' / i a/9
Alvin Jenkins of the and Prevatt of the Suns. Ontvts& ,. ; lli llii
Tigers; Rangers; Wayne 'CameraAReefdV. ': : I fi 1DWI
The star squad coaching staff is headed up by Eddie Douglas, coach of the In- I '! .>* '1,000 Copies 8%' x'11 ,tai, iI I 'Q.. 1., ;J U 9 T.I. -Cbpy ,,.It's'r; ;"f r :,; : V 4 I 1 (1011

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Minor League tournament kicks off July 6 with Keystone versus Bel-Med 52D&5 It "i'0)) enl '. ,') Reat'OnablelPride... Iq qojli.ii 1
American at 6:30 and Lake City against Bel-Med National at 8:45.Starke opens ,; II ua

Tuesday night, July 7, at 6:30 against Middleburg. Action in the double- ;",1)111.: ,.lll ," ,.m( ".'",'
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elimination to continue through Saturday July 11. ; : 1>0&0"' 11 II''
The Dixie Boys, who will go to Middleburg for their tournament are: John .' .,
David Francis, Barry Warren Keith Kehoe, Jason Polk and Mike Chappell of No extra charge for, ''colgjUppef, ,((pf our choice) II 1 I I I ,ll tar
the Olympians Gerald Brown Carlton Johnson and Mike Gowens of Wendy'sof C
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Lawtey; Mike Colvin, Allen Hall, Marty Irons and Tony Hilliard of the ; t" '' ,.. .. '''; .; '., ,, I I III III IIIba dr.
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Softball this weekend will again be this weekend and NAPA of Brooker-
at the Lake Butler-Union County Rec. Lake Butler is also going that way to Ii ..A.:- ,50 Copies $ 6.95' : ',- 50 Copies $ ,7.25 a 1

Complex as Poor Boys is hosting a find some of the rugged competition $ '7.75: ., ; ; : IPO Copies, $ .8:40: l!
100 Copies ,
men's-women's available at the 19-teamer. Also in the J
combined tourney
the draw is D&M and Sherrod'sVan :' ', ';;. .... ..1200 Copies $10.50 sn" ,,' ''h
with a planned field of 16 teams in Racing .' 200 Copies 9.20 'j;., ;
men's draw and 8 for the women. of Jacksonville, Elite of Macon, : $12.60 ,' :
/ / ,3bO copes 1' .
the Raiders of Pensacola andThompson's 'r ,I .' 300 Copies $10.65' ;I 'J ;;;;I'. .' I
Teams expected to play include the I '$14.70 ,t I !
of Savannah. I $12.10'.r Ir"ulit! 1 '" )400fCopies .
400 Copies ... ; .
host Poor Boys Hayes Builders & i t I>nuO' ''''' ': i'<<;.80.
Electric of Starke, Lake Butler Merchants Hayes Builders & Electric and 500 CopIes' 13.55' I,.iU' .unj.h! !I'nh:t,500'Copies+; ,$ : '
Macclenny Crackers and Waters Bulldozing & Excavating will ', "t ;, ,.I I, i,,"'-l I 1000'C' $27.10. I -.:
Rebels. Harriet's Bluff of Orange both be on the road 4th of July ; I ton..!> .,"""1: '
Park and Church of God of Starke luiTbt \ r"J1b,50 jfef" for'colored'paper' I, '
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weekend. Hayes is to St. '
going colored
plus other "B" teams. On the Augustine for a "B" tournament 1.00 extra for: ,.frfjjfefloi; ,;;; ; .

women's side Country Hub plus a while Waters is entering a biggie in
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: t rs_ I IServing'
combination including First Christian Jacksonville along with Machine.. h professionat:1Bri, r '
Church players will be on hand. :

The tourney is sanctioned ASA. -Next month, the weekend of July' BMdfdrCJJ'; ounvfnr.1g3YearS":. ;: ,; ; .
the FSP Invita- : >
...............-........ tional 10-12.( will be played Employees in Raiford to rWhkBRADFQJ ;

Weekend Notes... raise money for the Department of :
'The Dominos tournament to Corrections Scholarship Funds ) PR HIERS i
benefit teamate and accident victim Tourney coordinator Wilbur Rogers .i
Terri Parrish was scratched this and the sponsors are hoping for a
weekend because not enough teams 16-team field of strictly men's ''Weft C1 11\ !8t ;nta: Starke 964>&764noa 1"II '
could be had but the tourney Is still "B"-level ballclubs. Teams can enter II I_ 11.0 < 4 I'' 7 7I 7I
being planned for the future. by calling FSP (964-8125)) from 8 I

a.m.-S p.m. or Brad Carter ((964-3496) I N- M I I I t ; i
The Stan and Jr. Stars are goingto from &10 p.m. I I ll I
Jensen Beach for the First Federal Entry fee is $83. balls will be furnished r
Youth Invitational this weekend while Up for grabs will be trophies
the Starkettes may attend the ASA for the top ,,4 teams, 1st place In- ( qw a I t tI
Sub-District's for 13-15 girls teams at dividuals, and for HR champ and I i ddo I C

Inverness.. MVP. .
V Chicken dinners will be served dur- .lu uanhn rnt tn bu: r nd
Green Machine Is headed for the ing the weekend and Saturday there ( W brtt''8 dl ,, p
Budweiser Invitational in Valdosta will be for > "ta<' ttlt .nJnd, .
a drawing a shotgun / ...
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Bret & Jerry's Olympians


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Rally Past] Wendy's for TitleIn .,. ,. -v ;



,, a playoff game that was just as
Lawtey had-done all its damage
close as the
regular season race the
Brett & Jerry 8 Olympians toppedWendy's Dixie Boys.? ,.. with 6-run rally in the third. Getting
of Lawtey 9-6 Monday night'at 2 hits for the league runnerups were t 1iaptl
Westside to capture the championship Baseballthe Sam Norman Clint Jenkins, and ,I l
Southerland
of Starke's Dixie Boys League Owen and Jenkins and
Carlton Johnson tagged doubles.

A forfeit win over the Civitans put
Wendy's at 11-4 along with the June 16ClwIUns
and Olym- fourth Inning. Barry Warren 5 Merchants 3 P'Ae
pians necessitated Monday's title followed that with a towering triple to In a pitcher's game that saw 19 bat- (
game. right-center to score Kehoe and he ten strike out the Civitans came out h
Wendy's led 6-2 through' 3 innings came home himself when the relay on top as Len Eaves went 2-for-3 witha : r n I II.
and fastballing pitcher Gerald Brown from the outfield got away. That double, Mike Colvin tripled, Allen l
seemed to have things well in hand made it 6-5 Wendy's, and the Olym- Hall was 2-4, and Marty Irons and T.
pians knotted the score when Jason Hilliard added .
but the Olympians scored 3 times in singles.,
Polk singled through the infield to
fourth tied the game with a run in the score Jason Bennett in the fifth. For the Merchants Ron Willis was
fifth, and then won with another 3-run In the sixth 2-3 with a triple, Brad Brown doubled '
Warren started
a rally -L _
rally in the bottom of the sixth. Winn and Darren Black Rick Welch anciKenny \
with a 2-out walk and after he stole second ,
set ing pitcher Wendy's John dow.i David with Francis then and third Mike Chappell got a Browning singled. t o
a strikeout
free pass to first A wild pitch scoredthe
with one man on to
the
title. wrap up league go-ahead run and moved Chvppell w x:
to third and Francis promptly Final I Standing W-L
delivered an RBI double ,to right. Olympian 11.. Dixie Boys ChampsThe OlympiansWinners

Big hits,keyed Keith the Kehoe Bret smashed& Jerry'scomeback Francis stole second and Jason Ben- WonaYs-lawtoy 114Clvltora of the tight Dixie Boys baseball race this year John David Francis. Back row, Jason Bennett, Jason :

triple deep to rightfield to score a nett crushed a double that rolled to 410MarchantsBCH were the Brett & Jerry's Olympians. Polk Keith Kehoe. Mike Chappell and Barry Warrer. i
Robert Taylor with their first run of the fence in left, pushing the score to J-ll "' They were: front row, from left to right Robert Taylor Coaches were David Bennett, left, and Hiram Chapped. :1
-- 96. (*won playoff for 1.t place). "David Bass, Irving Meres, Loat Srivuibul. Rob Spitze, and

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I Councilman Crosbv Urges Cooperation., ;Not Criticism Towards Rec. Projectabout I

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Editor's Note: This Is the third installment "

it. more and more men moving away time toward Recreation.
in a four-part series on theEdward's He contends that most people in from that into the Church League Recreation Director Cheryl Godwin
Road recreation projectnow recreation activities are happy, that which is a more family-oriented typeof hasn't been immune to the critics
underway. The previous stories ]Participation by LeagueIn "the squeaky wheel" does, indeed, program." either and Crosby was quick to cometo
dealt with the construction underway make the most noise but is In the her defense."I .
(Telegraph June 11,1981)), and how individuals Starke's Adult Softball : minority. "You talk to most people As for a decline in the number of
think
and businesses could help Cheryl has kept a good
and I think they're very happy with weekend tournaments Crosby noted
out (Telegraph June 18, 1981)). Recreation." perspective and Is putting together a
that is in part at least an outgrowth of "
(numbers of teams in each league) well-rounded program Crosby said.
A pet peeve for City Councilman with the new Lake Butler-Union County "He ', there's something like 51 four
Crosby took exception a Complex built with prison aid just
Jimmy Crosby as he's been pushing MEN'S MEN'S WOMEN'S WOMEN'S Telegraph! article on the trouble in west of Lake Butler. and five year olds, 100 six and seven
along the Edward's Road recreation getting a Men's Open League started year olds, and 120 10-12 year olds
YEAR OPEN CHURCII OPEN CHURCH TOTAL down there EVERY day in her sum-
facility completion has been criticismof this year. "We realize:: our facilities are inferior
recreation programs in Starke. 1981 4 10 6 20 but they won't be in a short mer program. She's got the programsfor
Caught between the trend towardtax 1980 8 ,. "I'm saying that Softball is not In a time," he said in anticipation: of the senior citizens, the ladies'
cuts and the desire to provide ad- 10 6 24 decline like it's sometimes inferred," new Softball diamond adjacent to the ceramics, and at the same time she's
ditional recreation service, the 1979 6 8 4 4 22 the councilman said of the article. present Edwards Road ballpark. "We kept a good balance with the softball
criticisms have deposited Crosby in a 1978 6 7 2 4 19 Armed with statistics showing that see the need to improve our softball men's flag football and these other
treacherous middle ground."If 1977 '5 6 4 4 total participation\ (by teams) in facilities: things. I don't think the softball program
people involved with recreationare 19 Starke s men s and women's Softball has suffered at all. You've just!
going to fight with one another 1976 4 4 4 4 16 leagues enjoyed an increase in six of "Also the concession stand is no got to look out for these other things.

it'll be hard to justify the program to 1975 6 4 4 .' ,- 14 the seven seasons before the present longer controlled by one team and There's a 'eeling that the children's
those who don't participate. It makesit v one (in the one year that didn t show hat's going to help," Crosby added, programs need to be emphasized,
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tough trying to look out for recrea- 1974 I ;' 1 I 4--. 11 an increase, 1978, the number of alluding to the fact that Starke's Stars that we need to make sure the kids
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tion when the people not involved are 1973 5 3 -L 8 teams was the same as worked the Westside Field concession aren't run off so the adults can play
listening to the people involved gripe 1972 5 5 10 .before) Crosby said Softball Stare is stand last year as a fund-raiser. Now (voiced by Board member Edward
still a strong softball locale. any team running a tournament can Akridge and others).
',."' get rights to the concession stand the
.The total number of teams did chief money-maker for a softball "Cheryl wants this program to I lie
decrease from 24 in 1980 to 20 this tournament host. good," Crosby added. "She and I the
Mavericks Class of Jr. Boy Field; year with the difference being a dropof Recreation Board have taken the
eight to four teams in the Men's Speaking on criticisms of the reins on this Edward Road thing.
Open League as the Men's Church Recreation Board Crosby said "if She's coordinating the whole thing.
and Women's Open stayed the same. you've got 10 coaches you're going to She knew we (the City) couldn't give
Jr. Stars Encouraging Fifth sTifton have 10 different opinions. That's whyat her all the money she needs and she's
an j What you've had is a shifting away some point in time you have to have gone out and is getting the job done in
'_.h"... '" _,': from the.Men's Open League" was those 'people not directly involved lakingitbroadperspecjivgQrla other ways

Crosby's view_o f..U}, ,, the : nWlr""J,. ..;...;nYJw.\.amoliiU'.i.t; ) :tI>.yU11 it IIIHwtI\\ ,
_' &.?Ma>v.ricks, sho wtwg-",":'t,'taheothe crown. : -was- youdvehad
Thai swat the Recreation Board ''thercoun-
t couple of years one or is stones at any program tw
phenomenal power and speed for a Shortstop Darren Teals of the ; ( Kenny two teams' dominating In the Men's for. They're subject to catching heat' cilman concluded "We just need In
13-15 old club, came out of the ners nailed down the MVP award ( Ricky "
year but out there giving volunteer note
Open League Now you're getting they re ; get things on a more positive
loser's bracket to capture first place a 13-for-22 tournament, 6-8 in and Bo
in the Junior Boys division of last final games, while the Junior
weekend's Civitan-Youth Invitational took the Sportsmanship Trophy. 9-1

while Starke's Jr Stars made some The Starke boys showed they Martin Machine 3-2 in Tallahassee Tourney I
big strides in taking 5th place. play with the power clubs, losing top'J' in its
The Mavericks had been surprised. to the Mavericks in the opening third.
by Satellite Beach 6-5 in the winner's Friday but coming back to ,-13-7, Losing twice by the margin of a run sacola] (old Dubose). The Raiders and wood .680 with 9 shots and a team-
bracket finals as the Satellites ralliedfor Casselbery 11-6 and then give in the bottom of the last Green Jerry's Catering were playing for the leading 20 RBIs, Terry Stratton 700.
4 runs in the bottom of the seventh fourth-place Tifton Express Machine had to settle for a 3-2 markat championship of the tourney when Mike Jacobs .625. Eddie Hazen .619
but the Georgia power came back to wanted before falling 64. At ) 5-1 last weekend's Tallahassee oper Machine left with 8 HRs and 18 RBIs, Keith Kelly
top martin Downs of Jensen Beach 9-6) Friendly City Invitational in ) 2.2 softball event.Machine Top hitters for the Starke club .688 Bubba Bozeman .588. Dennis
and then slaughtered Satellite 20-1 to last weekend the Express ,, ) ( ) '.2 crunched 2 local were: Kenneth Carlton .707 with 7 Crawford .571, Richard Mumaww)
even the score. In the championshiptest whitewashed the Jr. Stars 17-0. ) 2.2 Tallahasseeteams and American homers and 15 RBIs, Fred Winston with 6 homers.As .
the Mavericks came out on top 8-3 Donald Thornton's 4-9 weekend '.2 Amicable but was 1-run losers to .583 with a team-high total of 12 four- a team Machine hit! at a .59-1 pace
D&M Racing and the Raiders of Pen- baggers and 15 ribbies Ray Fleet- with 52 homers.


Tallahassee' Powers to Jr. Girls Title

Mets Back Out Front in Dixie Major LeagueJust I

Tallah 'ssee's Angels wereeverybody's 'Tallahassee, Baldwin, and Green the third but Reno shut the hosts down -
favorite to win last Cove in the six-team field. and rallied for 5 runs (on 5 errors) in as they did in the first half the June 19!! Brown, Chris Douglas, and Reggie
weekend's Starkettes Jr. Girls Invila Reno, whipped runnerup Baldwin the fifth with a big home run by Vonda Mets have sprinted out to an early Braves 19.1.! Blue 6 Leverson added hits for the winners.
tional and enough the capital city 9-6 in the opening round as Latasin Kay Hall winning the contest. .lead in the Major League baseball Justin Williams and Wesley For Blue Richie Starling homered-
teach was!sure head and shoulders above LIndsey went 4-for-4 but they then ran The next time out Reno was ousted race. Johnson slugged home runs and Ron Chris Cribbs was 2-3.

the rest- winning 3 straight games to into Tallahassee. The Starkettes hadStingers by Baldwin 73. A J3-5 win over the Dodgers was the Thomas and Tom Watson added Braves! !9> Dodgers :t
he title ..' ; on' the ropes but the For the weekend Starkette shortstop Mets 4th without a loss while the doubles as the Braves scalped Lawtey Pitcher James Johnson threw a
cop '" -- together three straight Mashell Brown was a solid 5-for-7 Braves,,.4-2r. and first half champ Blue. 2-hitter and banged a home run to
The, Angels' whipped Reno Rec. 10-5, singles to pull out an 8-7 opening with a double and 4 runs. Reno's Lind- Lawtey Blue, 3-2, are the closest David Williams was 2-2 Justin lead the Braves to their win.
Green Cove's Stingers 10-3, and round win Saturday morning.: ,: sey went 7-14 while Valery McCloudwas chasers. Williams 2-4. and Richie Taylor, Ron Alonzo Williams the only other

Baldwin's'76ers 12-3 for the cham-. 5-8, A. Allen 5-11. Pam Sams 4-10, Brave hit, a single, while Jason Polk
pionship. that set up a battle for bragging Cathy Simmons 2-5, and Hall 4-12 with was 2-for-2 for I the Dodgers.

The 2 Starke (learns entered.the rights with_ Reno eliminating the ,,2 homers. .
Fender Cubs' & Brewers On Mess! lt: Dodgers :5
The Starkettea had For the Starkettes Terri
host Starkettes and Reno Rec. had Starkettes 54. TopIts Winning pitcher Steve Jones
mixed.success with the host Starke jumped out to a 4-0 advantage as and Diane Wood were 2-5 with Fender homered and singled and
club going 0-2 and Reno splitting 4 Mas ell Brown, Kim Brown,_ and slapping a triple Kay Allen was 3-8, from Jamey Carver, who tripled
ana Brown 2-6. the unbeaten Cubs and once-
and scored in Kay
games, to place fourth behind Stacey Reddish singled beaten Brewers leading the pack in Jr. SoftballEric Drew Davis, who walked 4 times and

Jr. Softball heading into games scored 3, and Brian Davis David
I Burns, and'Brian. ,Whitehead who
All 7 Roadrunners Wednesday and Friday Verunac all crossed home twice, ,,each joked_singles'] ,

fIJILTIU ELTIUi31l0 Qualify for AAU June 22 including scores in the Expos 3-run Brad Green doubled for the losers
Expos 13 Padres 9 rally in the last inning. while Jimmy Wilson was 2-for-3
7 Roadrunners from Bradford com Rabyn Briant. Kulley J., and' Johnny Jackson was the only 2-run

Pop Warner out The there local," Adams representative noted. had Athletic's peted In last Congress week's) Age TAC Group(The apiece Denise to Washburn spark the scored Expos Monday 2 runs scorer for the Royals.June IS ...............;...,..,.............."" ....................................,.

Registration Set, qualified with a fourth place finish in District Championship track'meet at morning. Brewers 16- Padres S
the Southeast Regional (story Orange Park and all 7 qualified to Richard O'Steen scored 3 times and Stanley Griffis scored 3 times and t\3rd2e.r
Registration for the Bradford Telegraph June 4, 1981) and said he move on to' Regionals In ,at least, 1 Tammy Lynn and Jason Hersey Pam Thornton, Cindy Sammons, and
Cowboys Pop Warner football teams felt good coming into the tourney. event. scored a couple runs for the Padres. Kenneth Rasnick came around twiceas
,
have been set for Saturdays startingthe "Even after that first round thought The qualifiers in events for ages June 18 the Brewers topped the Padres.
end of this month and running that would be my highest round.J 13-and-below will go to Longwood Cubs 10 Expos 9 Richard O'Steen scored 2 runs for
through August 1. didn't play bad I just didn't drop the Lyman August 1 for Regionals. the Ricky Sanford 3rd run of the day the losers
the Bradford'Square final in their while the Sports Quiz
at
Signups will be held putts."Even. stop program, was the difference as the Cubs edged June 12Expos5'A'sI ,
Shopping Plaza in front of after the 72 (second round) I 15-16 and 17-18 groups go to Lyman the Expos. : '
TG&Y from 10 to 3 p.m. on June July 18 and by finishing first or second -.
a.m. thought I'd made the cut. They (tour -,Mark Marshall and Jimmy The tight Expo defense allowed only
27. July 11 18, and 25. and August 1. can qualify for Nationals in Lincoln -' Hordoo's of Stork Is sponsoring o
officials) were predicting 149 would Underhill scored 2 runs for the winners 12 A's to reach base and Mike J.;
Age groups are Mitey Mite 7-9 year make the cut so I felt alright, they'll Nebraska July 29-August 1. and Mike Jackson and Eric Denise W., Eric Verunac. Kelly- ports quit for thoto font who know }holr'
olds Jr. Pee Wee 8-10; Pee Wee 9-11; Only Pam Hawkins Is in the older and also lava to aal at Herdee's
; never miss it by more than one shot... Verunac were 2-time scorers for the Jackson, and Billy H. each scored for sports
and Midget 1113. group for Bradford, but she's heavily ,
Jr. 10-12
Midget ; that's what
I guess disappointed me involved. Expos. the Expos. Tha first parson coming la Hi.T.I.gr.ph .
Weight is also a factor in placing the most thinking all night about the The 14-year-old BHS record with tha
Cowboy teams. setter Is competing in the girls 15-16 Brewers 14 Royals 4 Padres II- Royals 5 Thursday carractanswar
the
youngsters on third round and then finding out I division by virtue of her birthday and 'Chris and Kerry crossed home 3 Tammy L. and Richard' 'O'Steenscored to this week'* Spores.Qvis wins
missed it. I was thinking to myseU"about won 4 District eventsthe 100 meters times and Kirby Woods and Stanley 3 times apiece and Jason Flick coupons for a fraa Chlckan FXot Sondt lch
going out and being agressive scored a couple runs as the Brewers hit pill a Braakfast Biscuit. Tha net five par*
3rd Try No Charm 11.75. 200 (28.02), long jump paydirt twice as the Padres edged
the next day. knew I had to gamble In lh.] .
U6'll"), and 400 (66.44); thumped the Royals. the Royals sons bringing right "an ;win
For Local GolferBill Roadrunner qualifyers in the lower Johnny; Jackson scored twice for June II CMckon f aloe coupons,, J -,..

Adams' third attempt at a pro Baton Lessons age groups were: the losers. Cubs 11 Brewers 7 Chock, out',coming Issues Ifor liitvroHardaa's
golf touring card fell short last Unda DeWitt, 1st in the l.SW, Padres 12 A's 1 The Cubs won their second straightas Sports Quts quastrons..' > qdw"t. !
weekend as Adams shot 72-76 and Start July 1 meters ((5:25.21): and 3,000 (13:31.57). :Leadoff hitter Tory Marchant Chad Reddish Jimmy Underbill,)
missed the halfway cut of the PGA's Baton lessons will be offered in John Loper,'%nd in the 100 ,(21.23) scored 4 runs and got help from Tammy and Amy Lewis all scored 2 runs for alVa
Spring Qualifying School at Disney Starke through the Rec. Department and 200 (43.48) for boys 89. 'i Lynn ((2 runs) in leading theIfadres the winners. I ir ,+oet '
,World's golf layout and taught by miss Paula Joyner, a Henry Cooper '2nd In the 100 to victory. Stacey Loyd and Chris Simmons tjetp Pa
"I didn't make any putts I majorette at Bradford High.- '((13.88)200 (33.33),and 400 (78.59) for Amy'' Dowling and David scored touched.home twice for the Brewers
just "
never got it going," said Adams of his The classes will run 8 weeks, from boy* 1213.Earle twice for, 'the A's. June 10 rrj
play in the event, which gave the top July 1 to August 5,with sessions every Coburn. 1st- In 400 (66.29) for" {." June 17: Cubs 17 Padres I ,
25 finishers tour cards. Bill Gllsson, a 'Wednesday afternoon from girls, 12-13), }! :Cub 8 -A'S3 The Cubs had things their own way .
veteran of the same Space Coast Cost Is $3.with all students seeding Andrew Moon, tat in the shot.put 'The Cubs scored 6 of their runs in In their season opener,last Wednes' _______ .tWB:
'mini-tour Adams has played, cardeda ,(25-6)) and 2nd In discus (61-8)' ) for' boys the last inning with Jimmy Underhill day, getting 3 scores from Mark Mar- 'Wnat'collegeteamholds
72-69- 9-63-275 to bust par by 13 to supply their own baton. The batons 15-16 and Daryl Gnann touching home for shall and two more from Chuck the record for most polnU
strokes as the 23: qualifiers all were at can be ordered through" the Instruc Paul McKinney sal In 1,500 the second time in the ballgame. Lizenbee, Stacey Marshall Ricky cored In a football game
least 4 shots under par. "There were tor. (4:47.38)) and 2nd In 5,000 (19:33.06): ) Expos 8 Royals 7 Sanford, Chad Reddish, and Karen
Just too many, guys" playing too good To.register go by the Rec.: :office for I boys 13-16. Mike, Jackson, Billy Harrell, and Morgan.

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was 3-4. Roger _
place; In Jh Church ,Softball ;: ; .. and double. I' _
ith 3 games'' ;'left. ;Jon .the j ja jt !; .,;"" ':. ..... j;;. _fRI< '; :' .. ft 1 ,)
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_'e edge over,Church(X e night htaipyhUe Doug '\M ; St 'I WAS a
Q ', nine for second place U4tdib t f had a double!. for th*winners.eilenf'. ., Buddy Jlard.'lap U4 8-3 with an inald-the-park HR.
'. .. I times up'While Hug Croab a. '
Hope Baptist. (7..) at.tllk'Jia, '
1m chard Doe.rM; 2-for-2 and Bob Davis .,'
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.'rifJi.June ? :' h i- ., ,KIngsley t.8k.'BaptlSf.ranked up wa's\3n4 ,w r f.1I ; '''lll-:* R r rI rl
;;,, ,; .l... Gassett Melvin doubled for the $, at f ( 4,.....
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:411 ..the seventh as 1st Methodist: pulled Alvarez%Z,"and Leroy Ennis 2-4 witha innings of iU batHa wUfr&ague-\ \ !{' .. '4-9
'. :jut a 4-3 win over Madison St Baptist; double. .A1s4...Douglas Crawford leading Kingsley Lake -paptM'.>it ; 'arm.f' M....',. 4-f
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.\ up a perfect 18-0 regular season with a Men's 'OpenSoftball Lawtey 12. Olin's -, ,:!W ki,. II Lawtey ,
n close win over the Lawtey Wildcatsand John Wood was 3-for-4 wl'th.dddb- J.r lib Johnson cranked home runs
the Starke Stars finished in second .\ ble,Mike Brown smacked a triple.*nd ",.. .t>tree tlntes upi'andended ";' .,A
with a 10-8 mark after topping a double for RBI's,Gary Norman' w" 6 ctttaYes Builders& Electric ... '
J o Olin's Mobile Homes as the Men's 3-4, and Mike Gaskins 2-4 with a double i .wind their pitcher's big night to "
League closed down Monday night: as Lawtey's Wildcats shutout lea Lawte, Wildcats. and stay '" .
Scorecards on Monday's ballgames ties was 2-3,and Mike Brown doubled. Olin's Mobile homes Monday at Ed- m. ', .
.-i were not turned in at presstime. wards Road. 1 t&figuring big In the Hayes cause ,: r ," _....r._*. '..."_.'..\.:,.;,. .' A ,! j,,.. I '., .' '
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June IT' Field wasn't big enoughfor ;a W'/' V"I'ab er4-S;!David Gaines,3-4; ,
Builders & Electric last Hayes 14 Stars 2 Drawing a Crowd at First Base I r
Stars 9 Lawtey 7 Hayes jnd! Bonnie Kllby. who had a double. .
The Starke Stars clinched second Wednesday as the Jea ue-Ieaders Gene Tanner smashed a' tlrJ M Chapman! drilled a 2-run homer Josh Crawford of the Gators. jert:'"., t ieatiwi' Of)Astri'second baseman i: I" I
place in the men's league as Bill pounded 6 homers plus an Inside-the- slam home run out of EdwardsField sFnd dbutMed home another'run for the wanders off first base and gets the at-_ ble Padgett and Tim my'Taylor. .'&
I' Goodge clubbed a pair of doubles in a park Job and 5 other extra-base hits. in the top of the first to+ Wildcats and Wayne Teston was 2-3: it
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3-for-4 night and both Richard Warren Jim Lewis was 4-for-4 with 2 HR's, Hayes Builders Electric on itA wy t ;,. l If a1 .,\" {f- V.
and John Riggs went 2-3. Gene Tanner 3-4'with 2 homers and a to a 14-2 victory over the Stars[Mon .".,:, 5,R' Lrpl,'jI": Yankees .
Warren had a double while De- double Chub Johnson 2-2 with a solo day.Tanner pw; l..Ift.a dl.y. Wlk.yp.8ulldera Pirates Both. :: I
wayne Strickland tripled shot, Doug Maines'homered, Ronnie was 2-for-4 as was John ( '. .Ulee. la0st.rh.itard. I :; .
Former Star Al Chapman went on a Kilby was 3-3 with the running homer Valinski with an RBI double and Doug '. < l 111-' The Yankees and Pirates both have
binge for the Wildcats, slugging 2 plus 2 triples, and David Gaines 23. Maines smacked a triple. '- awt.yWlldcet. 4-11 won 4 of their first 5 games to take the Smallfry
HR's plus a double to go 34. Wayne For Olin's Mobile Homes Boyd For the Stars John Bennett was 22.I+I\->1111'11 Molt.. .Le1q. 2." early leadership in Starke's Smallfry .
Teston was 2-3 with a double D. Net- Roberts was 22. Bill Goodge 2-:? y : I ..".' .; : Softball Softball ;2;::'

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: Jeff Carver and Deven Wheeler 'scores and Daren Ev ans land Devttt-
I NAPA Overcomes A's for RMC Town Jri ntWfu tallied 3 runs and Blake Thomas, B.B. Jackson 2.each as the Pirates wonx. ;
Prevatt and Tammy Guthrie scored their third straight. %
2 runs apiece.Antiqua -. Spark Irons had 2 runs .for thtfj
NAPA Auto Parts numbed the ny's Crackers as tourney MVP Dick was 3-for-4, started the rally with a y.I Jiomers and Sanderford was 3-4. Williams was 2-for-2 for the losers., ;&,*
home run power of the Palatka A's to Wheeler and Tim Jones, another single that "got us up," according to ir 5 I ',"We just seem to be able to contend Gators. Suns 12. Gators 8 >:,
take the men's title while Skeeters of MVP candidate, lifted back-to-back Coach Steve Nipper. Rodney Holton, \i-with those home run teams Nipper Suns 13 Reds 11 Larry Green came home 3'times.and .
Gainesville captured the women's title homers in the second inning. NAPA Joey Sanderford, Wheeler. Timmy .said after his club subdue! the A's Kelly came around to score all 3 Kelly Lee, Robbie Sapp and
in the RMC Invitational Softball whipped Buck's Stove 10-6<< ) to move into Whitehead, and Harold Esford chim- 4o tournament held in Lake Butler last a game with the A's and the ed in with hits and Jones won the ,':'Gene Just wouldn't quit and Fred Larry Green scored twice to lead the the Suns past the Gators. ; }::=:
weekend. Palatka power won it 18-14 as tourney game with a bases-loaded base rap. \. Wheeler helped us a lot this weekend Suns. .R1chard"'Rasnick was a 3tlme'scorer
NAPA came out of the losers HR champ "Bubblegum" Robinson That put NAPA back in with an A'. '*He really fit right in." Lynn Williams, Mikey Tierney. and for the Gators while Todd Hut.chlsonv -',,
bracket, and with the pitchercatchercombo crunched a grand-slam, one of his 10 team that had disposed of Waters of Spark scored 2 times for the Reds, ,,and ,Josh Crawford,I tallied-,
of Rodney Holton to Gene homers win the in the bottom \lWater; 9 -twice,. '-i.w =;1;:';
to game Starke 24-5 and W.W. .Gay of ;; started out hot; drilling Pirates 12 Astros 0 v :. I Ii
Raulerson working magic, slowed theA's of the last. Gainesville 108. Both final game hots out 3 by Matt Hull, in a 22-12 John Loper, Micheal? and han heavy bats to record victories by NAPA came back out with a 10-9( of Drews but June 17Astros :
were close, but even though the A's ''Whipping Friday night Scored a couple of times for the Winners : *?
scores of 7-6 and 12-9 in Sunday's rain-delayed win over Drews, erup-- were home team on both occasions .''Saturday the Starke club watched the while Chris tallied 3 runs for the 8 T Yankees 7 ,i :: '''
finals. ting for 7 runs with two outs in the hot they couldn't pull the games out. In 'Jt'n send 20 men to the plate and score Astros. .The'Astros'dealt!: + the Yanks thejr.
The Lake Butler league squad had tom of the seventh to erase a 9-3 the championship game D.,WheelerJones '|'tS runs in the first inning and was first loss as Rhonda Bryant and Timftlosing
opened with a 9-7 win over Macclen- Drews advantage. Fred Wheeler,who and Ronnie Polk! smacks never again the same. The Palatka June 18 .. myTaylorca horprjj pre'wn '
went to 24-5 'win in 5 inn- Pirates 13 .Reds 0 .' I. ,
bpich pn a- h'....... oIIed,3.tunah
4Mg&, ndiiS, >rw 8i.acond Wg early in. John Loper led the way with .t'ti Unt"'''' tef ackSo(:ss : aU
.:a nlnatlng 177., while Michelle McKinney added a cause.. ,V-L ?,-...,, ,
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Most of the post-season tournament Builders Electric is expected to go Men's Church: Sub-Districtlt,: >ake
dates and sites for ASA Softball and after the "B" title while Waters Butler, July 9-11; District, Cocoa;
Dixie Youth baseball have been an- Bulldozing Excavating plans to State, Ft. Lauderdale July/3l -
nounced, and they're not far off as the represent Starke in the "A" division.In August 2. a q ...J'
ASA tourney schedule has been women's "B" Rec.Director Cheryl .s
shifted forward. Godwin said she'll allow as many as Women's "B": Sub-District. FEDERAL REVENUE
The first of the post-season four teams from the Starke league STARKE, July 10-12; District 1
tourneys affecting Bradford County enter sub-districts. Crystal River Juiy 24-26, State.,not 1
players will be the Dixie Youth Minor set. "? ,
League (8-10 year olds) all star Deadline for ASA registration is 1
tourney set for Starke's Pratt St. Saturday, June 20. Women's """: Sub-District, MaG- .IHAIINI PROPOSAL .
Field July 6-11. During that same The ASA events, broken down by Benny, July UK12; District Dvtffmft ./:;, fi ;
week the district's Dixie Boys all division, are: July 17-19; State Jensett ttadlt July ', .,. ; J ',' i
stars will be in Middleburg for the 31- August 2. ;:111'| .' I "
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Senior Boys: District (if needed), Men's "A": Sub-D1stld. tak City t ,
The Dixie Majors ((11-12)( don't get site to be determined, July 10-12; July 10-12( ; District Lake But er,
started until July 20 with their State, Jensen Beach July 17-19; Nationals July 17-19; State, Ft. Lauderdale, July ,. c.IihBradford .
tourney being hosted by Bel-Med) in Tlfton, Ga., August 69. 31 August 2. "E
Orange Park. .IiJ Board of County mf
The first of the ASA SubDistrictswill Junior Boys: State Jensen Beach Men's "B' : Sub-District,. County -
be the weekend of July 10-12( with Gainesville,July 17-19 District Mer '
July 17-19; Nationals, BinghamtonNY ; ;;
the Men's Church Sub-District ir August 13-16. ritt Island, July 24-29; State, Coral missioned. will hold a meeting Of) Mossday July 6' :
Lake Butler, the Men's "A" in Lake Springs (Miami area), August 7-9. .. .
City, and the Women's "B" being Junior Girls: North Sub-Distict, Inverness I ,'" .. ": h
hosted by the local Rec. Departmenthere June 26-28; Distict, West Men's Open: District (if needed), 1981: at 10:30 a.m. in the Comm. 'snopm'Shft a
in Starke. :
Melbourne, July 11-12; State, West determine 17-19; State, site r.be. ,, :
Starke League champ Hayes Palm Beach, July 17-19. July 31 < August 2. :

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'!,' by Carl Tilley Napoleon and Peter the Great.
I I'WI'\\ii II BCfSlirt' Writer'' !' In 1782. the eagle was selected as
''II"" I ; A4'4: the national emblem of If you are a canVera: 'buff,;if you Ilkef'ti 'formed ,United States; of America.
'i the outdoors.If yoU happen to be one John Adams and Thomas Jefferson
oCt those peoblfc who-love dalles'there agreed on Its election, but Benjamin
is a place tot yeu'at the Merrill Island Franklin voiced some objection.
Wildlife ' j. 'I' Franklin ,
Refuse: thought the wild turkey'
Some four hours I' troht'Keystone would be a better symbol although he
Heights the''area1 Is!I''full of all sdi rts of I M il IgYaY 't later stated that the turkey was a'lit
wildlife but most magnificent' ili the tle vain and.silly., .
American bard'eagle.1' '
Although every American knows Soaring'high in the sky with onH}
that the bald eagle l Is the symbol of bounded freedom, the eagle 'was
: our nation,'few peopfe''know much. selected as best representing the free
: else about this magnificent blroV"' and courageous spirit of ''the'
Once native to every state in the\ '::4V American people..
union, except' Hawaii''the largest
eagle populations are now, found In Eagles look 'fierce as they cut!
Florida.} Alaska and the,Great La C*, through the air at speeds up to 75
States are second : 'S miles per hour and when they extendtheir
Once plentiful! 'and '''free' in' the enormous talons during landing.
American wilderness" the'bald eagle''' They however are more begot
population.in' the lower 48 states .Is by human than we would ever f4'S
pairs.now estimated. at' only' 900 breeding I See You... them. \

Scientists and'conservationistsview Perched on a pine tree branch the Adult eagles have no natural _.._- -----. p'c..r-- b... 1W'..". -.
the bald ;eagle population with bald eagle waits to swoop down on IU enemies other than man. Careless
guarded optimism. Efforts to in-, prey, usually fish, waterfowl or small behavior by people near a nest can bea The Young and Restless..... photo by Carl Tilley
crease the 'population' have been rodents.in threat to the bird's survival. I
made through environmental protec- Young bald eagles are often mistaken: for other birds to develop "bald": white heads and! while tail feathers after "
tion and very strict law enforcement. southern Mesopotamia. The bird Decline of eagles was a result of because of their dark brown feathers.The eagles will begin they reach maturity around four or rive years.
efforts. '" was sacred to Zeus the mythologicalgod. many factor water pollution in the
For thousands of years before it .and it symbolized victory to the food and water chain. Chemicals
was the emblem of our Nation the 1 Romans.To dumped In waters have taken their of the main problems is that the eagle ly to see eagles should call ahead to Marks St. Vincent National Wildlife
eagle served as a powerful symbol. Christians it was the symbol of toll by affecting reproduction.. -has an abundant amount of feathers learn the status of each nest. Refuge in Apalachicola Key Deer
In 3000 B.C., the eagle was considered ascension. The eagle was also used In Federal protection and endangeredspecies 'and has a hard time carrying its own The American Bald Eagle is just a National Wildlife Refuge in Big Pine.
the guardian of Lagash, a city the emblems of Charlemagne laws make harassment of ,weight. symbol to many Americans. Seeing a Key West National Wildlife Refuge
eagles. Intentional or not a crime. ., Bald eagles take four to five yearsto real bald eagle In the wild is a rare Ocala National Forest Everglades
Killing of eagles can cost' up to a mature. Until then they do not look event for the general public. National P rk as well as Merritt
I My Side of The Worldby $190.000 fine and 10 yean In jail. In lUte bald eagles. Their feathers are Last year was the first year in this Island.
: addition It is a crime to possess eagle mostly dark brown and the whitehead century that the eagle population In. State Fish and Game Agents at
feathers without federal permission. only begins to develop at maturity. creased This is all due to efforts of Lake City state that there are eagles
Carl Tilley concerned citizens and.government in the area of Union, Bradford and
BCT Staff Writer' wanted. The car stopped and things American Indians 'who need Fish comprise60 to 90 percent of the controls. Clay counties due to the water supplies
i looked worse than ever. feathers to perform traditional eagle's diet and less than 20 percent is For those that are intrested in see and open areas.
r. From My Side Of The World Is a religious rites can get the feathers of small rodents waterfowl and ing bald eagles In Florida should contact Agents also state that there are
weekly column of strange'or funny As I crashed through the canvas top from the United States Department of crabs. any of the following areas: several around but they are hard to
but true adventures Involving this of the convertible and parts of my the Interior's Fish and Wildlife Ser- Eagles mate for life and are Chassahowitzka National Wildlife find and the exact. amount are not
writer Roy Rogers Special with the stupid:9 vice.A repository in Pocatello Idaho faithful. But when a mate dies it Refuge the J.N. "Ding" Darling National known.
color pure plastic streamers, went all keeps feathers for this purpose.- : wastes no time in finding another Wildlife Refuge in Sanibel, The wonderful American Bald
. f., : over the place, I realized that life for The largest recorded eagle nest was Lake Woodruff in DeLeon Springs St, Eagle..hard to find....but somethingto I
My First Bike me that day would never be an award With all the laws protecting them 20 feet deep, nine and one-half feet Marks National Wildlife Refuge in St. see.
winner. eagles still fall victim to shooting and wide and weighed over two tons.
trapping by misguided hunten and The male eagle is smaller and shier
I g t,.my' first' bike when I was The bike and I landed in the back ranchers. In the past.. bald.eagles "I than the female. The adult female is
seven-years-old. {/'working on seat of the car with patts of.the..bjkfl. .?)Ycre persecutedJMcausevofj.a false >bowt 43 inches tall and weighs 10 to 14 ... ." .
..... part-time jobs for almost year, slicking out the wwand the back belief eyiwerH'lrTnfnaca' to" 'EMxfntfs.. The mate is about 35 inches-
., It was indeed a proud day wpen'Ipaid wheel spinning around;making that; livestock. tall,and weighs 9 to 10 pounds. Wingspans
I for my Roy Rogers Special. The motor sound as all became quiet. are reported up to 9 feet.
.5 5 !1 rage of that time was to be the owner Its fierce appearance has promotedthe As a rule Florida eagles lay their'
of a Special. The driver of the car turned around wldespred belief that eagles eggs In November or December. The
I was the hit of the area. Come to with utter shock on his face and asked swoop down from the sky to kidnap eggs take 35 days to hatch. The best V
\ think of it I was the only kid within a "Where in the world did you come pets livestock and even youngchildren. time to see eagles is from February
t I three mile area with a Special and I from?" For a short moment I did not In truth the eagle cannot through October.
: road that bike everywhere. answer.Then the words rolled out as I carry off lives'ock.: Any animals kill Wildlife managers fiercely: are protective
: Before we go too much further in said in a soft but shaky voice "I fell ed are usually sick and weak. of bald eagle activity on, or
this stoty it must be pointed out that out of the moon pie while looking for There has never been a recorded incident near the refuge ares. All people interested -.
,4 t this bike was a limited edition, only my Pepsi." of any attack on children One in visiting; refuges specifical-
j 2,000 made and the cost was $23.
f While on one of my long rides over
the country there was a special spot BEAT r 1
.. that one could speed up at a high rate I
of speed jump a small hill and sail .Starke's %,/e
through the air for almost 10 feet. ictt-e: : : J
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this. Not only could you have that feel- os9 Filet Meat Market 8q1. : 1f.11} .
ing of being airborn but it took ,
pratice to land the bike without breaking ,<'( Featuring TJ.S.D.A. Choice Iowa Beef Jay
your neck. > Qty HiAT"
The word had gotten out over this Paramount Poultry '- Swift's Pork .
jump and in a short time kids from
; miles around came to try their luck.
i On one nice Saturday we all got I 1. ? .Central Air Conditioning
i' together for a big jump contest.There FREEZER. SPECIAL : ,
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jump. 8.10! oz. Bones 5 Lbs. Welners from
The winner of the contest would wina SAWYER !
Pepsi-Cola and a moon.pie. The ..Y 5 Lbs. Pork Chops 5 Lbs. sunk* Sausage '* MWo Will Be
prize .was offered by an old country ;
store owner located some 25 feet in 5 Lbs. Beef Patties 2 Lbs, Sliced Bacon I S
front of the jump site. OPEN COMPLETELY INSTALLED {
Youngster after youngster tried the 6 Lbs. Chicken( 1 Lb. SHced Bologna ,

.jump. Some did fair while others left July-4th!
with a pile of spokes and skinned HEAT PUMP,
elbows and knees. INCLUDES
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Since I was the only one around $2100
with a Roy Rogers Special. I was to go .,.. ,DUCT WORK
last. Like the Atlanta 500 the tensionwas .

high.I V4 Z Ton, plus electrical work
mounted Roy Rogers Specialwith Ground Chuck. .a.
the super my duper thin tires checked ...................80% Lean....... ...... .j..U>... I .
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Everything was going just fine. I hit g ..............,OldFshion dGermanStyle.....,:........f'.'FIIlI' pOOJId a 1r
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As I looked into the sunset I felt like \
one of those old cowboy movies when w.a ..
the cowboy was about to see his life. Big I Dog .ZheL3anFiHel.Lb:1: : 39 S '
flash before his eyes. .,' '. :; ....... .....,..r........ .. .:;:.,. .
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new convertible 'f' .
pulled out of the old country store. ..11.ar"If.or: >
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,>t as I tried to fly back peddle and put,, or : : *.
on the brakes mid-air;Besides.alt
that my Roy Rogers Special had lost ... -
one from its the 5 color handlebar pure plastic streamers Open --" '8, a.m. til, 6 p.m. Mon. thru Sat, Friday Night? til 8 pint: .,. !J of; ; 0
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I would have spokes and tires in my !)oj ?'h CPII today fa a free Survey
ear when I landed. .. S -JUVINO All OF NORTHEAST .
This was the lime for something Co" l : g. ftORIDA FROMnOCAnONS. .
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I 1 Tie.,Search is, .:oft t ; JPaPjr. Experienced 'Newspaper and i 'V "Reporters.....



byCarlTiiSey Some" weekly P..L'reporters F w 'L.I'are very tl con- writers and camera people. Due to) ""CPO"'''!, that was well accepted by free lance writers are out there same story is if demand good, several for news papers.

BCT staff Writer: tent with just a weekly' while others the fast turn-over there could be us the publics,tttld trying to make a new with very good items and these peopleare ''There the demand a is for experiencedreporters people!
use'it' ) as a plactf'ni gain sonde many as three openings a weekfoi i .'paiier acwptcd! is a hard task. hard to compete with. They can but .
Across the bp1ted'Statee a search background, fdr'bfggel! hitIgls. < weekly papers and as high as?< five rr one m new in the business and exI'orting work weeks on one story and sell that
for newt reporters and TV All of this'has created l a problem In openings per week on a daily paperIf : to, mlwork there is a problem
newscasters Is growing daily. Mangy the news business. Most editors of a writer is good they will know it I Older reporters can produce
small and large newspapers as well papers will agree that they! .do not simply by the reaction of the public. past writings and resumes that can on Radials
as TV stations are advertising.for experienced know from one' day'to[the noct i( areporter'Wiil The same holds true if the writer is <"ioor any non-experienced writer. Special
people. waR( out oHnbt. r I' bad the public is quick to react. ft stuncti to reason that editors will FET
Part of the reason for this all-out Another problem 'Is that a'lot of What makes it hard on papers and liife exfHMienced! writers over a 44.88
search Is many "old-timers" in the reporters are good in one area of the public is when there Is a good ropJd. *''b'6'St chance for a .rookie P165-13 1.77
news business have retired along with reporting. Some are good in sports, writer, and all of a sudden that writ I reporter is to start with a weekly P195-14 49.88 2.36
the fact that the turnover with while others are good on,police beat. leaves.This causes huge problems foi pctJr: ; ,.i submit a story to'a larger P205-14 52.88 2.52
reporters is fast. This has caused another problem call- a short period of time. Replacing .,< mo.' '' in In-pea it will( be published. 1 P215-14 55.88 2.62

Weekly newspapers have a faster ed the "profesai pnaI, area" and most -,- -_. P215-15 56.88 2.79
turn-over for several reasons Most papers are n\\>\y' leaning toward a 61.88
weekly papers require that their reporter staying;In..o.rie.area of news e 1 P235-15 3.09

reporters collect the news take gathering., NSULATONSA
photos develop the film print the Air Condition
film write the story and in some What used to be a general reporter
cases set the type and paste up the one who takes on any story at any VE THA T ENERGY
newspaper.. time, is almost at thing of the past. InspectionFiberglass
Daily newspapers rarely require There are very few reporters around .
there reporters to do anything: else that can accept any story and make it ,, Belted, $ 995
but report the news. Some daily work. .f FET + Freon
reporters wlU take their own photos ""- '
but in most cases a camera man is Editors are now in agreement that A78X13 30.88 1.76 .
sent out with the reporter. "professional area''writers are goodto E78X14 34.88 2.21 Front EndAlignment
With fast coverage! and instant wire a point. But they also agree it G78X14 40.88 2.54
service news can be gathered faster causes a large turnover as some do EBDfJ: G78X15 40.88 2.62
than most people can speak It. New not like the area they are in. H78X15 41.88 2.84
TV newscasters in their field
type setting machines have taken the stay
place of typewriters. Very few longer. The pay is usually good but HOME-COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAI HOUSE EXTERIOR L78X15 44.88 3.13 988

reporters use a typewriter any more. P HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATION Computer. .
Modem equipment has taken over the hours are long. FIBERGLAS BATTS NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION
the news rooms and some old-timers TV people change for very few .
simply would not learn how to use the reasons mostly for more money or a QUALITY INSTALLATION Your Foreign Car Repair ShopIn
machines and walked out. more prestigious station. In the TV Fiee llilfrloJu Bradford CountSiMIE
Many young reporters found out business it helps to have that look of
that newspapers and reporting was sharpness and the ability to talk a SAVE I 964-6956 1 I SAVE
nothing like that seen on the Lou story to the public.A ON HEATING : ON COOLINGRTAUKt FIRESTONE
Grant TV movie.This fact,along with local TV newscaster may be very DEAN CASSELSlfvJSUlATIONTRAME
long hours and low pay, has reducedthe good on a local program but some find 964-6436 U.3. 301 N. Stark.. Fla 964-6436
forces flow of that from station to :,
news to a constant once away one ':': ':':',": I
one reporter leaving after the other.A another the public will not accept

weekly large papers percentage are offered of reporters better Jobs on them.Demand is high for sports "' r- { r !EAGLE-!

and higher: pay with daily papers. reporters, feature writers, society eI3 i al, \ ".' \ .' I EAGLE ,. I Off COLOR :

Awards I '}'. ,' I j 4 FBLM DEVELGP.NG I j I{
Jury $26,500 (NO SLIDES OR MOVIES) Z
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PD4OCOUNTARKLERS r. : t J I Ie X NEW ROLLS ONLY! #,
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federal court civil Jury ordered a Jacksonville in the face while other PRICE 1. I I I ,
former Florida State Prison correc- officers were subduing him. -BNAp'n'POPB r r I r We tale Kodak JMIL ,I
tional officer to pay an inmate$28,500 The inmate who has served 12 of 21 NOISEMAKERS I fora good iooi :
in damages for kicking the convict for and asssault with Intent OUR
years escape OhS218
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while he was being held by other officers to commit murder was awarded PRICE .
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during a fight two years ago. $1,500 in compensatory damages and -- ',=, ____ :a
The U.S. District Court jury of four $25,000 in punitive damages. l1'1 LBS. PACE 3" TABLETS

women and two men during the four- Co-defendants in the case are J.C. !' >:* ti WAS 39 83
day trial which ended Thursday, June Combs, acting superintendent at FSP ."'Be.J.jt. .
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former officer testify that former of- Li. Wainwright secretary of the :: -" (Lhler/nuleyour/ pool.From Olin

ficer Frederick L. Badger kicked In- Department of Corrections. More'for money! J ;
your
mate Jimmy Lee Leggett 31, of Wa'' tI :
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Bradford men'' have been ment"..",, ..._ ... "'a, c.".... -....;_ m _f your pool -are needs. r / j / a
charged with cattle rustling after a Deputy Sheriff Don A. Denton worked I '
month-long Investigation by the Bradford on the case along with investigator 2 LBS. SOCK IT
County Sheriffs Department and 'w.e. Blue of the DOA. ** *, **-* J '8OLARCA1NE Iit_. I 4 97
an investigator from the state Depart- The cattle have not yet been ANTISEPTIC t 811
ment of Agriculture.Wilbert recovered according to Denton. SPRAY,*ox. 1 59 I lafJJ'{ ji'! OUR OISCOUNT PRICE;
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Lee Austin 38, of Lawtey; "They were sold through a market I ,.t-.i\1 '.Sock!I treatment and atkel 1
Calvin Ellwood Padgett, 23,of Starke out of town" Denton said. COPPERTONESHADE r uper-crilorlnator: that f ( i
and Archibald Cedric Rosier 21, of SUNSCREEN. t-. ,, J cleans wallops water pool lest problems TOP BRAND SWIMSUITS OR MEN'S KNIT POLO MEN'S WALK SHORTS 1
Lawtey, were charged with pilfering Rosier Austin and Padgett were LOTION 4 ox.11.99 BETTER MAKER SHORT SETS W/SHORT SLEEVES IN POLYESTER )
18 calves last May 17 that belonged to arraigned before Bradford County WA3A 9:......... !FlI .
Gary Smith of Gainesvile from a Judge Elzie S. Sanders who set bondat C".:1 r" CHOlceS.SS 498 r 5.63 ,I
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place on Crawford Road in the $5,000 each. Rosier posted bond and SUNGLASSES Z ( !
Heilbron Springs area of Bradford was released' from the Bradford "- irrh- (
3 88* 9.86 1 OUR DISCOUNT PRICE OUR DISCOUNT PRICE WERE 14*
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County. Market value of the cattle County Jail in Starke. Austin and 7 -- :/.f-> One-pc.swimsuit antron nylon/lycra Solids with plackat collar Practical and stylish I
was estimated at $2,100 according to Padgett are being held in the county OUR DISCOUNT PRICE V-A spandex bland Jr. .Iz... A...,. In no-Iron polyestercotsollda In 10O%doubieknll i
the Bradford County Sheriffs Depart- jail in lieu of the bond. Latest fashion look In metal -- =_' f-- SML poly/cotton or cotton short.is,ladles' ton. Men's. S ta XL.SomeIrrags. polyester Full cut for .
or plaatlo frames with ust. comfort.Many Hies. i
l.n..colora.M.n'women'.. !

Leslie Phillips, Jr. Drowns i / rt t r

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Leslie Phillips, Jr., 25. of 1105 Born in Starke on Novemoer=a, isoo, I I' l x 7F- i d j;
Normandy Blvd., Jacksonville Mr. Phillips lived in Bradford County ;,
drowned Wednesday June 17 while until moving to Jacksonville two '. \
swimming In a water-filled borrow pit years ago. He was a cook for Famous ,
in the Lee Adams Fish Management Amos Restaurants and a member of
Area near his home. the Baptist faith.Survivors ,
William B, Phillips, also of Include: his father
Jacksonville, who was with his Leslie E. Phillips, Sr., of Jacksonville
brother at the time, said the two had ; a daughter, Selina Phillips,
walked about three-quarters of a mile Augusta, Ga.; a brother, William EAGLE 10W-30 STAR BRUTE ENJOY A COOKOUT THIS SUMMER JUMBO SIZED MULTITONED POCKET
to reach the water and dived in Byron Phillips Jacksonville; a paternal MOTOR OIL, 1 QT. CAR CARE PRODUCTS WITH EAGLE'S PICNIC BUYS! MATS OR TOWELS WEDGE SANDAL FOR T-SHIRTS MEN DENIM BOYS'CUTOFF
without resting, while still hot and grandmother, Mrs. Minnie 16 or.POLV JOUR STRAW BEACH SHORTS
tired from walking. While swimmingout Phillips Lawtey; and maternal 87' PROTECTOR'PLUS' 5.97 c HOICE 1.93 MAT,3872" 2.50 5.88 1.88 3.96 .
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to an island in water 10 to:20 feet grandmother, Mrs. Lura Mae WAS i.0- WAS 10? WERE UP TO AW4 -
deep, Leslie was seized with crampsin Register, Jacksonville. He was the Quality grade oil extends 1801. POLY ti alien plate holders, 3-pc. set bar-b-p 100%COTTONs DISCOUNT PRICECrottbsnded WERE224WEREA.44-
his legs and called for help. William grandson of the late O.J. (Griff) angina mileage.life Increases 1- SYSTEM- 7. tool, 1T bar-b-q grill 19 ql loam Ice chest PRINTED 88 wedgle Is crepe soled vinyl Ever-populsr polyl 100% cotton denim .
gas WAS a.ei cotton shirt
qal aulated picnic jug or 11' roll replacement BEACH TOWELS with with popular fray tog ;
said
he went to his brother's rescue! Phillips. quart can. webbing. and cushioned for crew neck and short bet) loop, 4 oaks
but Leslie apparently panicked antifought Funeral services were'' held at 11 comfort. Women's 5.10. sle vae. M.ny5-XL. eta. -1o.. !
violently free himself. He am. Saturday, June 20, In DeWitt C.
finally sank in about 15 feet of water, Jones Chapel, Starke. with Rev. Billy
and his body was recovered over an Dawson and Rev. Don Denton of- J
hour later by Duval County rescue ficiating. Interment was in Jacksonville i
unit personnel Memory Gardens Orange Park. iI I


Steven Goodman Found Guilty,'On; One I i


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A Starke man was found guilty on A mistrial was declared Thursday, ALL-SEASON 14" WALL FAN 10"3-SP.FANOSCILLATES FAN ROLLS POLYESTER BOYS'CUSHIONED 1
one worthless check charge but was June 18, for Florida State Prison In- SHCLLZONE FOR ADDED SPACE ON CASTERS PULL-ON TUBE! SOCKS MEN'S:3-PACK MEM'S COLORFUL j
found Innocent on another worthless mate Willie Marshall who was slatedto SORTS WORK SOCKS SPORT CAPS
check case after three hours of be tried on a charge of possession of 3.99. 39.88 19.88. 59.88 21 66C 2.29 1.97 I

deliberation by a jury Wednesday. a weapon by a state prisoner WAS 4 7- OUAOISCOUNTPRlce WAS 2-W DISCOUNT PRICE WEAE2Ja.HWERE <
June 17.Steven. He with the Incident All-aussn snit Easily /*- WERE.2.a1WERE \
was charged attached with 3 Precision molded 3-spesd, push 100% polyester with White with
sorted
which took.. place at FSP, last freeze/sntlboH protection speeds and ratchet blsdoe, ba amounted button con .Ilcw..lbend.A..t.. .slrlpea. Forma own Long wearing' cu- With emblems, and ::
w/antl-ruat. Inhead for air when you console has 3 troll, adjust colon e-'IB. ...... e'A shioned cotton/poly. adjustable, ; heed 1
Goodman 22 01 Starke, was September 15. pr.dimlga. want II. cooling speeds. ble height M Boys' -44 a-11. socks. Fit 10-13. bands. Cool.waaliaMe. ::
found guilty-of issuing a worthless I
check in the amount of $50 to the The mistrial was declared by the ,
Starke Western Auto. Store last court because thie'"public defender's STEEL TOE
November 13. office has not had an opportunity to- I i
He was found not guilty of writing a question a state witness before the Health &
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worthless check In- the amount of jury was seated-" "
S52.41last October 29 to TGY. Marshall 27, is serving 20 years for ,
second-degree murder in'.;.Volusia Savings to'48%

Circuit Court Judge R.A. (Bimy) County. No date. has been v ..formal. : J, 3 a
SANG BRAND PLASTIC
Green, Jr. ordered a. prosentencereport new trial. H ::1'3 .** STRIPS JO-1". WAS l.ftOil fJAa + '
before a sentence- handed FILM ARRID EXTRA DRY ANTI-PER- j
down in the Case.:: Pete TaylortfSiv'ofJacksonville"l } SPIRANT or LIGHT POWDER 2.9PRCLL MEWS MESH CASUALS
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changed his plea Jo..gu,Ky-of Armed LIQUID SHAMPOO 7 oi!] WERE 5 44 WER E
Assistant Stale Attorney Terry trespass'and agCTayatft*: s bl1]{ of To14P lI[ WAS ts6-.................................... la1 /U+ 18.94 DISCIXJNT OUR 3 d/1
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Yawn told this paper Goodman has Archie<< Itt' exx' jprlil wey'-at Oilman 13 or iae-/2. brilliant prtnia.I AQUA-FRESH OJ..WA3U:.TOOTHPASTE...................?..,8...2. *la'39 i on Breezy bouncy nylon crepe meet uppers.0...... vm'--...-.---e..0w.,...... ........". .,. "" ,. .... I
been adjudicated guilty In 13 eases in .,Companypyitmber: ,8. Men'r./2. --0 )
'. Bradford County Court on charges of Jute Green-prd: fbd'.pr sehfence "i "
issuing worthless checks.. J t..b-irondvWte f>b fqrV the t E ;'U4Ei .Q.IiNENt; : ,
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No dale hal been. set for sentencing4In court sentences Taytor* 1 11 ;M.t' :u.g..NT. $)'QiU$; KEYSTONE; HGTS. ,(I! '.'! I
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middle-Eastern countries are so, rogra ... ,
I Imagine it is the winters 1905. politically unstable the U.S. cannot Ir 11 ar y r :" .I' ,;" : : ,
!Violent uprisings have shaken a key depend on one day to the, next on an Td I sr I I t "
::Persian Gulf nation Its ruling house oil supply. 'by Andy Denonn the progrMh"Is'hrmlded by federal'a'nd'stategoveknments.'h
e :has: fallen. 011 no longer flows from its The) U.S. national bill for guzzling .. .BCT Staff Writer : I '
:rich fields, once one of the world's Imported oil has soared from $:J To be eligible for. this! program a1
jargest producers. billion in 1970 to $80 billion in 1980. The w., More than '$750,000 is available in child must! '" !I' '
f The free world has lost one-fifth of price of crude oil 10 years ago was $2 6 .u1? : Federal and state funds to residents I Be without stJpj>crt ''or1'care'of one
3ts oil supply. The oil glut of 1980, per'! barrel and is well on its way to$80 X1,1 rr, I ," of Bradford and Union Counties as. or1:both parents.1"- "
which cushioned the world's losses at by 1D85. S Y part of the Aid to Families with eae under 18 years of age.
outbreak of the Iraqi-Iranian war, Part of the reason oil is so high is N.'S d r r 'I. .. Dependent Children program whichis .Be'living in', Florida.1 i : '
:the evaporated. the United States found that oil was administered by the state Depart .Be'' living' "with" "oarentsor'; other
imagine that the United easy to get and cost very little. Oil has ment of Health and Rehabilitative relatives: 'I' '
:States, which at first did not feel this become an accepted part of the Services through Its office in Be without enough income'to meet'
;;1983 cutoff, is compelled to honor a American.l lifestyle. Like a kid with ',. Gainesville with local offices in his or her needs'based on department
:,4975 international agreement to share too much candy, the end result is not Starke and Lake Butler. standards 'a'nd'not have assets
:its oil with more heavily hit Western nice to contemp ate. $615,888 is available in Bradford (example:' rand bther than
::Europe and Japan. The cost to the nation In 1947 the United States became a County and $161,268 is available in homestead, 'bank accounts totalingover
:: is more than half the oil it was importing net Importer of oil. Since then the U.S. Union County according to James R. $600 for one child'or $.,200 for a
: before this critical Arab col- has used more oil from its own Godwin HRS program supervisor.The group of children" '' '
Japse. reserves than has beep found in new funds available are 59 percent BradfordCoUnty'has: 300 families in
:|' In the United States there is not reserves. federal funds with 41 percent coming the program ''according to supervisor'!
:enough fuel to go around. Gas prices The United States, one of the richest from state coifers, according to God- Becky Eichler: Union County has 90
have increased to$6 per gallon. Jobs nations in raw energy materials, has win. families pal.'tlclp atinginprogramac-'
business, productivity and lives are the largest share of coal reserves in cording to Eichlerv
all affected. the world, is virtually self-sufficient This program provides financialaid An individual may make application -
in natural gas, has the largest nuclear and social services to children for AFDC'at'their local Depart-
I, Can This Happen? power output of any country. But, who are without the support or care of ment of' Health and Rehabilitative
1 This could most significant, Is the fact that the rw one or both parents to give them the Services office 'in Starke :and Lake
imaginary story come' United States is the world's third I opportunity of growing up in their Butler. If eligible'applicants; should
and have the effects
Worse.rue .. because the same United States or largest producer of petroleum.If + own homes while aiding the family to receive check, within ,thirty days

and most of the rest of the world, has, the demand for fuel keeps up, ___ nnn_ ___ ________ ON+ become selfsupporting.The after the date of application. If should-
people in the next 10 years will have requirements for participationare plicant is fqund ineligible, they
oil.Created an unquenchable thirst for exhausted all U.S. gas reserves. Energy Bind....... photo by Carl Tilley based on Federal and State laws also receive a letter within thirty days
Conventional oil resources are rules and regulations. The for explaining rejected.
expected money why they are
? Part of the problem Is U.S. citizens ,
have become dependent on oil sup- to be depleted seriously by the The United Stales\ could find itself In un "IIC'I'" bind if oilier sources of oil are
2000. Unless new sources are
year not rOlln-sooll.'
Anna Bailey Completes Basic Training'' II
I tound, things will become very have long reaching eltects. On top ot
Lawtey School News depressing.All that new energy sources take time to Mrs. Anna Bailey, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Bailey enlisted in the Air
the solutions have side effects. test and develop. The cost is high and and Mrs. Russell Griffis Starke and Force in April, 1981. While in
Mrs. William Lancaster was a will be five after November 1, but Nuclear energy brings concern over most Americans are not willing to pay wife of Tom G. Bailey, Starke has Lackland, she served as a chaplain's
volunteer parent, teacher at Lawtey before January 1, you can make arrangements radioactivity. Coal contains sulfur. the price. completed her basic training at .aide i 0'f' .
Elementary in Mrs. Odessa with the County Office Synfuels require strip mining, high Most U.S. citizens are today practicing Lackland Air Force Base, Texas andis Mrs. 'Bailey is 'a 1977 graduate of
Hamilton's 2nd grade classroom Monday for the child to take an early entry exam cost and water demands. conservation of fuel. This has now attending a Tech School at BHS and attended nursing school in "-.
Mrs. Kirkland's and Mrs. to enter Kindergarten.We Everyone wants energy efficiency.. added lime to the fuel problem.The Chanute Air Force Base in Illinois. Lake Butler.Beer. .
Hamilton's classes were combinedfor still have a few school year- 'People want fuel but not the side ef-
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a lecture on shells from Mrs. Lancaster books. .If you did not purchase one, fects. The average U S. citizen uses United States uses more than a
There were many shells car- but would like to get one, drop by the the equivalent of a barrel of oil every, quarter! of the world's energy output. .
ried into the, classroom for the school office. They are $4.00 each.A six days. This puts demands on the world's oil ............25' .::..LiII.Lt- '\
children to see which had been collected All the solutions to the problem supply and effects other nations. .. .
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with food order .
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by the Lancaster family while FAREWELL TO THE SEVENTH; I
snorkeling along several beaches. GRADERS : = '" 01
Mrs. Lancaster has been collecting Dear Seventh Graders: B-U Guidance Clinic Meeting CancelledThe Early Bird Special
shells for about four years. In'the next three years you, the \
The children's eyes were amazed at seventh grade, will have to ask Bradford-Union GuidanceClinic which was slated to. be held at the 4-6 P.m. 20% off lotal' check ._ Restaurant
what they saw. Mrs. Kirkland's and yourself three big questions: Who am board of directors meeting Lake Butler Clinic: \
Mrs. Hamilton's classes had studied a I? Why am I here? What am I going to scheduled for Thursday, June 18, was Next meeting of the board of direc- (except with other promotion) ,
little about shells, but the children be? cancelled because a quorom 'was not tors will be at 4 p m. Thursday, July
learned more from Mrs. Lancaster, These questions are usually pressed present at the scheduled" meeting 16, at the Starke clinic ummer Hours 964-6877

by seeing and hearing from an ex-: upon us before we feel ready to f ; ) 4 p.m. Iii 10 p.m. 301 S. Starke
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perienced shell collector. Mrs. Lan- answer. 14 does not take an adult to -==- --
caster was amazed at both classes' assume responsibility but responsibility -
behavior and their interest. will make an adult.
From Mrs. Golden's class we would Edison kept careful records of his
like to congratulate these students for experiments. Bothof those that work- ,
making straight A's all year: Michele ed and what didn't. How many rLJ /
Barbour. Bridgett Holder and failures would you guess Edison had SyIINBenny
Stephen Tomasovitch. Also, while making the light bulb? More FEELING THE.
congratulations are in order for these than 10,0001( Most men and women ,
students for making the A-B Honor will not try one time because they are a 'r,..
Roll for this last six-weeks of school: afraid they will fail. Others will try Goodman his
Dale Arnold,1; Cartrissia- Diggs- ,once and say,. "I knew /'w'ould fail, career at, the age of began!14 as a
ShauntetHousUut:: Ricky Jackson La- and wouldn'"t'"try'agairt.1'Those I clarinetist on an excursion MONEY SQUEit z ?
mont Mosley Debbie Motel Anna succeed are not necessarily those who boat out of Chicago.
Ranjbar, Brian Redding and Glenn are brilliant but rather those who
Taylor keep trying and learn from their
If you have a child who will enter failures and mistakes.
Kindergarten in the fall, please come Life is made up of beginnings and FREE;, Dental Exams There is
by the school and register. The child endings. You are ending YOllr',stay a way to help your
must be 5 years old on or before here at Lawtey and this gives you a Cleanings X-Rays,.
November 1. We need a birth cer- new beginning. Live up to your'poten- J1
tificate, shot record, and a physical tial and there will 'always be newe Flouride Treatments, Models food budget.
I record. We would like to get themi beginnings! '
i registered so we can assign them to a Best of Luck, Silver or white fill
I classroom. If you have a child who Mr. Hall, Faculty I
! and Staff ings only 500. x
CLIP COUPONS
All other proceduresat

I I well.Completes NCDA'S Executive -
.. 25% 50% savings.
Prosecutor
Course"f.. within the criminal justice system. o Premiums as low"as
Thomas M. Elwell, assistant state The course is designed to broadenparticipants' from the Monitor, Times and Telegraph weekly. ]
.$6.95
skills the of per'month
attorney, Bradford County in Starke, in areas regardless -
}'Iorl<\ ,'lIucc ssfully completed" the discretion, management, community of
relations, and constitutional law. At- present'
of District At-
Natiqnal College
torneys' 1981 Executive,Prosecutor- tendance is open to 'elected or and appointed condition 'of teeth. You can easily pay for your yearly

Course in Houston, Texas. prosecuting attorneys ,
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Nearly sixty policy-making prosecutors authority first assistants with policy-making s> Individual, family or 1' ,tI lYiSI subscription and have money left
from across the nation com-
pleted the ninth annual presentationof The College founded in,, 1970, provides group business '
Check the ads andyou'll
postgraduate 'education for ; over.
the course, which was held at the grocery ,
University of Houston, June 5 12. public prosecutors 'at all levels of coverage available '' '
The Executive Prosecutor Course government. The College's educa- see that the cents off add : .'
provides a forum for the exchange of' tional program includes the summer, This is not a clinic. up
sessions" of the Career Prosecutor
the ideas prosecution and innovative function techniques and its role on: Course and the Executive Prosecutor You select your den- fast.

Course and a program 'of 'short tist from a list of /VI II IYll, '
New Food Slump courses on specialized subjects held
throughout the year. local dentists.

Ceilings Ruised The College Is sponsored by the Call for Detailsat Take Advantage Of Our Special Offer.
American Bar Association, the National i'i'',
District Attorneys Association, 473-7075 Ir !
the American of. Trial :::1 : "
New income ceilings for food stamp College :
recipients will go up by 13 percent on Lawyers. and the: International Days or Evenings ': SUBSCRIBE FOR 12 MO. & GET
July 1 to $360 a month for a single per- Academy of Trial Lawyers. .Amea'iean'Dt'l1tal Plan, Inc. :: ':: :1 ;:::i .

son to make up for the rising cost of '..

living, D.C.,Thursday.according by the May loan U.S. 28 Department announcementmade In Washington of ------ ---- ---- a::;::: THE 13th MONTH FREE.!, '


Agriculture.This is the annual. cost of living' :::':: ; :, :: ::m ', : .'

adjustment which is required by law Mail Check to P.O. Drawer A Startle, Fla. 32091
and is not related Reagan administration 1 :1111111:: I/;:: ': l:::':/ .

( proposals moving through l11.181'JMor' \toc '", I .' pn
,congress to cut one million' people ': (, e\\.t39O
from the program by lowering the '

eligibility, ceiling.Twentytbree .million Americans. Itsnutlflulal' 'l $90 Name ct." ,"'000II
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now get stamps
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cash to buy food. The lower a house- eI l .
hold's income the higher the monthly". I Address ': .
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food Assistant stamp benefits.Agriculture Secretary ak [ i ",\ eso ; : \

Mary Jarratt in making the announcement \l.1IIUln H ''III""" f9. City State Zip
stated that after deduc- Oil ,
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tions from gross income a family of .
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fur'must meet to qualify for food _
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stamps will rise from $621 to$705 per *,4 ,.t.t'li
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month.
T When deductions are''" not con- 1 i {1 '

.1 sidered. the gross income eligibility
ceiling fora family of four persons r k I II
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'j! 'from: $1,1>26 to $1,131 'per month, or : ...." : ttA 'uI
+ ,,
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y $13,572 per year,according to Jarratt. IL
: #'i Pending legislation in Congress ; l,.; t1F
., would cut the gross ceiling to about I r 7 n ry

j I f$11,000 per year. .., .. ad kmartl... .
\u Jarratt pointed nut, beginning July''Ii
'.'1, the monthly ceiling for a single person r.
will be $360, after deductions. The
Greek
net ceiling will be ,$475 for. two- Alligator Ranch
household for'' three! ,
and $590
person US 301 S 964-8973 itti m i !
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by Julia Howard in'The.Sky mile (1,320feet.between, ,each" pair. per hour of a vehicle which'crosses.

Cook said he Is sure all the strips are the quarter mile zone in as many as 18
BCT staff Writer seconds (50 mph) through the speedof
correctly spaced because he wore out
:
State Trooper -J.M. Cook does not : three, pairs of shoes measuring each a few vehicle as'.1 which seconds-lll.il crosses the mph zone'in .- S

drive a patrol car along the highwaysand quarter mile zone. as The air trooper's method of checking -
when he Is Cook measures the speed of a vehicle
byways of Florida on =
built in factor
has another
H keeps four speed
traffic. Instead he with a stopwatch. <
duty controlling which is in favor of the driver. "I
three .of
traffic from a imall, stopwatches in his plane "
surveys highway Cook
of between which he usually uses and one as.spare. i never know his peak) speed .
altitude
four person plane at an it fluctuates, all I know is his "'. .ItjII' il
said. U 11 'rIi. 4 I;
Part.of his daily morning ,
1.500 and 2,500 feet. ;/41...
,
Cook is looking routine Is making ; keeping average speed. r -i" :
One of the main things P. .
checking Copk said that tile Florida Highway .... .. -- .'
in intensityand accurate time by all four Ii. .. .. .,. ..
for is speeders high -
.
Patrol not trying' to trick people by ..,_
frequent problem areas. But alsohe against The method each other.of measuring the speedof using air traffic control. lf: _" ,, '",>._.....w........:..-- .....'""'" '
may be working on escape a vehicle has a built in factor that Is "Our desire is for voluntary' com _.' "r'"" '7.. .,..._.. .. .........c.... :;';
hunting an ,, "
surveilance '
"
When Cook sees pliance with the speed laws. This is .:;1 V'P .1 : ;I-
prisoner or doing overall traffic in favor of the driver. control violators." .-!!: : "....
speed
used to
for disabled an automobile that looks as if it mightbe
such watching
surveys as 'he.punches his stop A person looking down on a
in need of speeding
automobiles or people
whether vehicle
watch when the nose of the auto highway cannot tell a
assistance.The concept. of using aircraft to crosses the first white strip. He does is speeding. Cook said he watches for

check traffic began in the 1940s Cook not stop the watch until the tail of the. those who are apparent speeders.
attracts
who Is
said and the Florida Highway Patrol car crosses the second white strip. "The person passing "
attention. They stand out, he
i the distance the vehicle my
it in the early 1950s. Knowing
began to use said. ''I have had as many as 4 that
feet) and the time .
Cook who lives in Lake City has has traveled (1,320
and
'said that seem to be running in a convoy
,
Cook
enforcement officer for 18 it. has taken,
been law
a individual passing everybody together. .I.had.a
He has been piloting the 'checking the speed of an -
years. since last. vehicle a stream of traffic Is a simple clock<< on each one.
highway patrol plane ". Before Cook starts clocking in a
matter.. .. .. .' ,
September.Radar ... :
cannot be used to track the "If a car is travelling at 60 miles zone he contacts ground trooper to .

speed of automobiles from the air. So per hour-a mile a n igarteraof work with him.'There may be working one orfive kind of automobile; its color and "After the subject is stopped, I tell
In patrol cars
before Cook could begin to do this partof IS seconds to cross the troopers description 'and I give him the trooper that the correct vehicle is
mile If.it takes the car only 10 with him, he with .general trouble lane and give him the
and
his Job he first had to measure zone. of anti the speed of the In the
and time day
timed the
mark the highway with white strips seconds I know'it is travelling at 90 determined"After I have that be is in a subject violation of vehicle"Cook said speeding time again, and he issues ,

which can been seen easily from the miles per hour/ Cook said. chart 'In the law I advise the trooper who is "Then I give him tome Idea of how the ticket .L,
plane. The white strips are 12 inches The air'trooper keeps a stationed about mile ahead,' of the far away the subject his. For exam-
a
air patrol
of 10
of him which shows the miles Cook drives one
wide with a distance of a quarter of a front: I will tell the trooper that the sub-
is in B
He
in the state. Troop
is five vehicles from him. When. planes

_ Southside! Elementary :Schoal News. ', B"_ its closer'vehicle,.! tell him towards he's now the Bradford which covers and Union 11 counties counties.including

..;' 'r number one you.
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Southside has just completed a very' Carolyn Taylor's first grade' Roll following for the students last six on weeks it: has Aimee the Union County; Trials

successful school year. On the last performed an end-of-the-year.The children play Ferguson I Chad Whltaker, Carl .- .
Little Red Riding Hofld. .
June 5, the staff and teachers enjoyed : David Dunlap.
day. Richie ,
,
a delicious luncheon. Everyone made the props and had costumes for and David Elder class would like .Union-Correctional Institution in- Another UCI Inmate ernest Hunter,

brought delicious dishes to. make up a the different characters.The classes to thank Rhoda's mother. Mrs. Linda mate David 'Allen .Waifs, 34, was 36, was found guilty of battery of correctional
super smorgasbord. attending'$ the performance were: for being : their class found riot guilty of burglary of the officer D. Davis during a
childrenare Mrs. Vicki McKinney's 1st grade, Bryant and of possession of trial Thursday July 18.
laundry one-flay
Parents of kindergarten volunteer for this school year. prison ;; !I
reminded to register their child Mrs. Carolyn Capova's 1st grade; In .Mrs. Sandra Duncan's fifth .: in''a one-day trial The charge stemmed from an incident -, .
for next year. Office hours'/for,'' ..Miss,-Monterey Wasdin's 1st grade; grade .the A Honor Roll has ,Jody, Wednesday. June'17. In Lake Butler. which took place last November'ff.

Southside School are 7:30 a.m.. toS::$.. ', Meat.. : Susan Nichols'-Mrs. Maria Brawn and..Richie'.Taylor.'The'A-B' ., ,The charges stemmed' from an incident .
p.m. during the summer. R-: ',' :.tKgpetputos'': kindergarten, and Mrs... Honor Rol'.has Casalelb'Y\ Dodie last August.when"Walls was Circuit Court Judge Wayne M. ':.
quirements are: the child iTjusf.befive ;''?.;" 'Vema.6chmldt'Ust grade veryooe McRae:; ; Marc R aano.. charged with-Mini In the prison laundry Carlisle ordered a pro-sentence
years old on or before November1 had lunl Mrs. raylor'sdallada and Gene Murphy. Perfect attendance Testimony waspresented to report to be conducted before a )'
1981 parents must bring a birth watermelon party on the last day of for the year shows Cauie show Walls was in possession of 2 sentence la handed down in the case. .
certificate or other proof of "birth school Autry,' Judson Jackson and Gene hacksaw blades a pair of tin snips 2 No date has been set for sentencing. "
date an up-to-date immunization Mrs Ann Baker is proud to an- Murphy were there every day. The screw drivers pair of wire cutters Hunter is serving three years in .:
record and a physical examinationform nounce that Jason Brown earned an A 'Channel TV News Game played on and wire cutters pliers but the Jury prison for battery of a law enforcement ,- :
showing the child has had .a average in all subjects for the entire. Monday June 1, by Mrs. Duncan's returned the not-guilty verdict incases I both officer resisting arrest with "

complete physical within the last six fifth grade year 1980-81. .and Mrs. Elaine wood's classrooms after a brief deliberation. violence, robbery and aggravated. ...
months.M Mrs.. ".pbrothy.,. Leach's A-B Honor. made Mrs. Duncan's room the winner :Walls Is serving years'for robbery -' battery in Dade County., .. .

by the close score of 5552. In Charlotte County. I.'
relationship to a unit on the : t i
In
l Lawtey Trophy Day Set July 2 respiratory system, Mr. Cliff Chap- Nothing Goes Right On Some Days.... .: ..,t!

Lawtey Dixie Youth Association covered dishes to go along with the man Bradford from County the Rescue Hospital Unit from came the to A Starke' man-was charged with Bradford County, Hospital in Starke :'

will have their annual trophy day activities hot dogs. Parents players invited and other' to .Mrs. Sandra Duncan's class. He used driving while Intoxicated and with where he was treated in the emergency .... t
Thursday July 2 this year.Beginning Interested persons are the Rusci-Annie to demonstrate driving while his license was suspended room. He refused admission ac' 16;
at 5:30 p.m. at Cobble come out for this importantevent.Trophies all team mouth-to-mouth resucitation. The after his passenger fell out of the cording to hospital records. ..- ..- a.: .;
Field the activities will consist of the will be presented to children had an opportunity to revive. pickup truck he was driving and onto ;'''' !lii.at'
members; and special trophies for.Most Griffis 53 of Starke, was the
: ,
usual Weiner Roast with hot dogs, the _Sunday, Kling
Annie pavemerltat,8:15 p.m. )
buns and beverage being supplied by Valuable and Best Sportsmanship > *- I 'L4;', '. ',CUll ttCard June 7. ,-. operator of the truck. He was not in-:'* : <. rot .;
LDYA. Players from dash team. The pickup truck was stopped at the jured and there was no damage i4'i .:J:
Parents are requested to provide tr' ,.t..., f Intersection of US-301 and Call Street reported to the 1968 Dodge truck he .t-
of Starke was driving. .
when Marshall Eaves. 32, ;
of Thanks fell out of the vehicle landing on his Patrolman Jerry Miller cited Grif- .' .',
. Marcus Cruce Participates' Jn Training to fis on DWI and operating a motor :
Cpl. We'wl1lh'to thank each of you who'brought head and shoulder.. according driver'slicense p-
: :
tY food, sent flowers( and cards Starke police vehicle with a suspended : :;
and words Eaves was taken by rescue unit to .
His unit'.received classroom Instruction and for the many prayers .
Marine Lance Cpl. Marcus F. ;
time of
-amphibious ships! of love and comfort during my
Cruce son of Gertrude Cruce of '
; SerV4
.
eruen
Lawtey, Fla., recently participated in vehicles'of debarkation and landing and craft assualt; techniques ; and May God Bless each of you. ;: i- ,:
amphibious refresher training at the ,
Ferrell Reames and Family m
Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek.. the conduct of special operations. : .ltpd6/23 Marine Pvt,David W.:Vencil, son of Island S.C.During ,
Norfolk, Va. They then practiced waterproofingtheir Larry W. Vencil of Starke and GloriaJ. the 11 week training cycle r.
He is a member of the 2nd Battalion vehicles, equipment and Motarozzo of Jacksonville, has he learned the basics of battlefield r't.-
based weapon>> and conducted an am-. survival. He was introduced to the
I" 6th Marines at Camp .' completed recruit training at the :

Lejeune_ N.C. v'pfaibious. raid fl.' .operation. 4 ,Marine.: Corps.. .' Recruit. .. Dept, Parris typical perience daily during routine his that enlistment he will and ex- ;.1 fj*: .

studied the personal and professional
I standards tranditionally exhibited by ark*
SUNDAY' SHRIMP FEAST e10.frt d'.etvtmp Marines.He ..
;
Cole slaw participated in an active

I ObituariesHenry 309 > = gained physical proficiency conditioning in program a variety and of t.k ;j l

: military skills, including first aid rifle ? .,rw
i/ marksmanship and close order
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SPECIAL
grandson David Bjorlin..
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D. Rogers Funeral services .were held at'3 1tHEA' DINNER -
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Mr. Henry D. Rogers age 68, of p.m. Saturday; June 20 In the Chapelof : .3.09e ..- -I
Waldo died Thursday evening in the DeWjtt C., Jones Funeral Home'' ... SUMMER rr,
Gainesville Convalescent Center. '.. ;with Rev. A.1; >.'Martin officiating.:I?' .. ...r". ', :. '. "1'.cNtled boiled TF
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In Sari-, !
Mr. Rogers was born in Crenshaw 'termerit wa'ln the family' 'plot'. ,, 4 ,.ntmP, .
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County Ala May 19, 1913.and moved'to tape, ...Cemetery.Jloo8ev. ....'.. / .. .. ,. 'e3ewFoes
Waldo 40 ago from Winter ?
years .. :.Huahpupplea
Garden. He was a retired wet mill '
operator with 30 years service for the.: ;-- ; U TaylorFyneral'services ''Qddagaattc.

Dupont Corporation. He was a, for the late ':" i ..t -...
member of the LaGrange;Baptist. Roosevelt ..Taylor:.will be: held,. ft ] : ; 'a'PPU'"U' : .
Church. Bethel D.t June Church at 2 p.m.Saturday ., / MONDAY 'a'' ::2 GMRS.iJaONLY : ..,.'tea ;:
Survivors include: his wife Era ; ; %l. 1981; with-Rev.. t- gFFtfrlea. : wjitMrtam .. .
Smith Rogers; a daughter Carolyn A.J. Simmons officiating. $3.99 f3
Bjorlin of Monroe N.C.; a sister, Net There will be no food served.after.". """ "e .. we Must : ori;
Ga. 'amtl -. '
tie Norman of LaGrange ; : i service. "
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BCT Staff There-oVateVjrs'frhq i steal J'.lhv by asking ,theedlailt.roll Buildings 's( on. op each tlt tmr
Writer 1 .. '. .ipiaslsivel! iIi t t'I' e<{atton1"tm.: items than the -cdn control. Dis with room to spare.
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pprsel.t .k' t simply engaging a SWEDES: people Sweden
'it happens to shopkeepers, department / -. '' lo'+ ; .: ; Tb ; alei U8 kin \(a1aie't''noMrhd # cleric in a conversation while an ac weekly items .0 yk tea 0\j r a)' "4t. h.w ,. store managers, merchants;' st hatb\ dIJ { ,tc (lds 'person' the thieving. rnidents.TELEPHONES. rt E11tj1wljImI t :."os.oft every'
both large and small Whatever' .I!!* T wfifeduet {steal* to stay alive. The THIEVES WORKING IN PAIRS fh nee Sweden's 8273.000 people live in
size any business,has ..thousands. T'; ; vagrant,iuno'mploye l l. narcotic addict: often conceal objects In other placesin ? There are more apartments.
items In a hundred throughout the storey ';* %vf5ta:j\ trouble t, '"(t. 'i' .j; I i'? accomplice.,,Items.,suqhuas! ,,jewelry rJJ1..idct.and i ; .mar*]than f rI billion called qua5 rg emitIN6'reenergythan t
;the When Store a\vn rat.urrfihi'ihbacks' P' Occasionally. ..stare v d hers', ,It.I (xan.be) JU41!beneath a>COluteJ', ,with ....sreprndicbedby4hereer'2oooa'.r; r the most powerful gal xie8 known 11
slim man qr worniii Uiey'tnoulhk'( ; + ,counteea,kleptomaniac,; ,' a person Who #WB or ftasert.'n' <* dressing room tun, &()roONA, catcoonis only'about they are as distant as:: many
:: ihey! saw enter the Reading' ''inoSr' teaR.4. .be tauset oft' a psychological!! I :THIEVES,have bwnv caughiwearIng I.! a '..ouuces: rat ,birthand Is I grayish astronomers think\ the total! energy
t, comes out looking plum.7: ,,>!t' I'" tfisoraer, S4dtBap: r sO)f>ls.rare':. r. .I( t -:4\: young teenager bolts down the al-' ; There ar )poree tricky dC the trade .havofoee.rvkflewnJoitry(( >a *e- .i the ringlet its tail don't appear until cond could.supply all the earth's eke
..ste and out the front door.Stealing t)44';* for shopllfting'trtafij'bbtan' : think of. fund/ ;for stolen m rctondiae wdso.rne -,taevvw ekalaten.. 'I'| .' ': trlcal pttwer for'a billion years:: .
,: profits, running up prices*for goods! I With this in;:mind belcv*' aresomeipf. : IIVtj., tried,, 'waft.QMt, ( withers t, 'EUROPE,; EUDope's dhJgbest ''VOLCANQES:: A number ot
customers and contributing to inflation. the1 tricksused.X: "" '*n; i\\ \\\ems\ suacltiastelevlstonsetlt, ( ( invfl -. ,, rsUroadlclimbs:; to 11.333 feet nearly volcanoes"on the Hawaiian; Islands
HIDEn? IMTilEJOJOTHES 2: : trick!Ii loridalawpllowgpmerchantwithprobable! ( D at)'hit.top.of: the Jungfrau'.ta;I peak in are still\ active.'Eruptions'In recent
Retail theft Is a large problem and i when' people' wear heavy 'outer r1: cause" todptain a;per son .,,Switzerland -iu. }-, ., ,J. -': ,, .- 't! tn years have: added hundreds of news
there is no easy solution.Store owners garments or out of season clothing, 1)(8: ( rea liMa bill!I, 'i ranee rfof) atga4pnablg. ,,riktfiFLjSr,0ANY0Nr; ; : Hel1sCanyon.i of'laridt' the? island of Hawaii.
fight the problem every' day. Arrest I Y baggy clothes, gloves full or pleated ., engthofitime., ,- .. t .1'[ .. :
are made every day. >tic' skirts. All these items can hide large same law rP4ectargerRhantaeom: ;
Statistics show that most retail amounts of items.' charges of fal\ ;e arrest tfi: thieves are teenagers and SOME THIEVES'' wear special \seasonablemanner l tl.; trw ;.'., tr.tl: ; ,. School.. News .
housewives. Teenage girls are the hooks and straps to conceal merchan Almost,eyery store in. th 4t area has TJi'Tt! It < .- fed' a1wlevet ." I
largest group of offenders. They often dise..Others wear a dummy cast or sl- at one time or the other had a'shoplift -' ., ;) /Special Education students perience the maximurri possible: dur .:
steal !in groups getting reinforcementfrom ing. Some mothers have been knownto ng ro.blepj.-Ta; make things/ worse tram Bradford-.Middle: School were ing our stay so everything was tightlyscheduled'7. I
the other girls. hide things In ,their infant's t the. problem; getalarger> eachdav. ,. accompanjiad: by\seven chaperones on Mrs. Clayton commented
Although teenage, thieves steal'"'' clothing. More,than,j 5 percent; ofailshoplifting a two-aigh0.three-day camping trip to that "It was only through the help of
often for thrills, they take mere halt+,',t'\ HIDE IT' IN. THE OTHER eccurs..durl.g.. ,the>,Christmas Forti, Wilderness-,, Disney World.. The many community organizations that
dise they can use such as records ;1 PACKAGE trick'is whe items.,uchasbtJoltJ'MW'tf.t ; season.. It, .is.estimated >.th4t),over, chaperones: included Anna i Clayton. we were able Id afford this
clothing, cosmetics, recreational>>{) '.!! > > ; { ;$ t items or things for the house : '' ..so itenti\ .c an be placet nIIB!! dng. last year Just.int;,ie.state, offtoriqs HUlis. Rachel<< {and Vernon( Buff and the"members of the'Shrlners:: Bradford

housewife who steals often regard' I, ;;itoaitiftiti' bilgl>kL e' ;br cases'ek..... .; *. ... ',. I;. n; Brenclar Fer.tigwho also drove.The Lodge, the ''Kiwanis Club the
her act less a crime than an feffart,to 'aM'I t g f $t 'ai'tr p t "' Residents of Ploriaaare the (losers campers left.BMS at 10 am/ stoppedfor Civitans, the Woman's' Club the
balance the budget at the expertse-ofi'i"1'; ..'P.RICE'r: A,9. WI.1 '> 1q i-l9 as are the members .01(, the i retail a picnic lunch and arrived.at. 'approximately Junior Woman's Club and the Little
the store owner. / v ''vfvwr-: j ; "wile" a thlev e1i'aild: jt74.'nt I business community Shpplifting is a. 1:30 p.m.. > W men's'' Club for their support.
There are many other 'ietatT ", staples;'Spricis ',t ? ''pbdneyi, contributing factor, lip causing /small participated, in f many :eventsi
thieves. There are professionals who receipts. Others place expensive, ousinesses to close, their doors.. besides-the .usual camping activities'of Artist of the net'k
know all the tricks' of the trade: and items inexpensive containers'. Larger businesses forced, to}dn cooking; out of doors and sleeping In Sabra Sweat>- A collage in paper
usually take small high-value items CREATING A DIVERSION one crease prices in order to.recoup their tents, On the first day they exploredFort and leaves.

which can be quickly resold._ { .of the most com n tricks, ',":'This Is.. done'' losse&jover a period: of,time.; >' Wilderness, spent several hours .
t ,I' .r In. the ,Penny Arcade watched the "ard"sselllbh'
'L- Electric. Light Parade from the beach: We had a very nice Awards
il Hampton ,Hilites ':" ,' ." and made their own pizzas while enjoying Assembly the last day of school.
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I Held Over From Last Week' ; / ', "" ', :chorus band and a gymnastics per-
I, meeting of the Jolly 60's Club :; Mike'Biirdick:; Most:Admired k Paul a surprise party given by the 4th and On Friday, they spent a fun-filled formance by Mrs. Williams' girls.!
By Dolores. Meng : All friends are cordially invited to Bawekt Funniest* Kirk Williams; 5th graders. The group enjoyed a double day in the Magic Kingdom and watched There were many BMS: students
Phone &68t915I attend. Most Improved Student Randall heart strawberry.cakemade\ by a, full length Disney film. The recognized for outstanding
I Brownie's Troop Trip { Hampton Elementary School= Glisson; Greatly Improved! : Student > Jolene:, Friese along with their cold group; joined oy, Disney characters achievements and our program ended
On Saturday May 30th, Shelia The Last Day < > Roger ,Green;'' Best I AH Around drinks'. Miss Peterson was presented breakfasted aboard the riverboat with a skit "Three Little Pigs", The
Padgett accompanied her Brownie Principal Connie Clark welcomedthe Stacey Paladino; Perfect Attendance, with a slow cooker as a wedding pre-< restaurant in a final adventure on program was two hours, everyonewas
Troop No,161 on a;visit to the Three entire student body to an -. Frantz Innocent; Excellence In sent. ,Mindy McLean 'and Carolyn Saturday morning. very well behaved and it was a
Dodd's Dairy near Graham. Bobby assembly program on June 3rd, the Math Paul Bawek\ and Sean Smith; Slater.'assisted. in making this party The teacher. ,Mrs. Clayton, said tremendous salute to a real good yearat
Dodd was their host and, took the last day of school. Academic Excellence Sean Smith. successful.. "We, wanted these students to ex- BMS.
group on a tour of the dairy. He show Mike Woodfin! directed his band Seventh Grade Awards

ed them the baby calves and the milk students in a medley of tunes Including Carole Stevenson 'presented Certificates Mrs. Rich Surprised :- ....,M_
ing parlor. "Down 1n,The Valley, Faithof Completion to an students 'ArlenQ Rich was surprised with all
Inside they saw the feed room Our Fathers Yankee Doodle, Auld who will be going on,to the.Bradford the signs of affection displayed
where the cows eat after being milked Lang Syne and America". Par- Middle School next year. In addition students and faculty during her last
: Mr. Dodd showed how the milking ticipating in this entertainment were certificates were given' for Most week atHampton, Elementary School.On .
machines were hooked to the cows; 16 Pauyl Bawek Amy Clark, Kim Dependable Tammy Rhoden;; Most .the last day, the walls of the
I cows were milked at one time. Smith, Tammy Rhode, Shaun Intellectual Amy Clark; .Best All school'were covered with posters and
I When the cows got shots they were Shepherd and Melissa Williams. Around Milissa Williams. signs wishing her a Happy Retirement -
: less disturbed than some of the Following the awarding of A-B In' turn Mrs. Stevenson was" Each student and member of
I Brownie girls. Honor Roll and Perfect Attendance presented a 'framed certificate nam- the'staff,,wore red hearts stating "We.
I They all enjoyed the refreshments Certificates, Mr. Clark presented certificates ing her the Teacher of the Year by her Love ,,You, Mrs. Rich". She was
served and the taste of fresh milk. of awards to Millie Galanos'physical seventh grade class. presented with red roses and gifts by
The girls were fascinated with their education students who had her students. The faculty gave her an
first dairy visit! participated in the 'Jump Rope for Thank You orchid corsage. Used Machine Sale
Invitation Heart activity held' recently at the Arlene and Roger Rich' wish to On Thursday June 4, BlonnieDerkntan
Mary Claudette Peterson invites all school. Receiving jump ropes were thank ,all the boys and girls, Mr.. made another of her
I her friends in the area to attend her Amy Custer, Michelle Woods!,Cassan- Clark; and the entire staff of the famous., .decorated cakes lettered
marriage to Donald Wayne Frees. dra Fisher, Mindy Hersey,Terri Ken- Hampton Elementary School for all "Happy'f.Retirement, Arlene", She try18M Sala Royal 660
I This will be an event of June r7, 1981 nan, Diana Cardin, Tracy the' many fine and wonderful things then was presented with two gardenia Heavy Duty
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also Invited to attend the Recep-- were given to Tammy Hliodcn, Hay We sincerely thank the' Hampton the Western: Steer, .. ...-.01d-ButGood; .. ;-. ,,"Y.ou.Would Pay Big Bucks
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OrfiJune 5 Jason,Gilbert celebrated Jimmy-iLon. Daniel Wa: iky, Andy>< Each"an'd I'' 'IVWy" oriTlSf.you
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was 11 years old: that day. Kim Smith and Leslie McKinney' of our life and one that we earned by Mr and Mrs. Rich. In
On June 10. David Tidwell was 6 Melissa Williams was given a wind- will never forget. 1973 they: came.from their home in Olivette Fine Manual Machine
years old, Harold Mitchell turned 11, breaker for her efforts. Lyme, pJew Hampshire, to live at Adding Machine Types Good
and Randall Smith celebrated his 9th Those receiving the President'sPhysical \ SMrprlses Lake Geneva. Roger had just retiredas For Home or Office A Good Machine for Home or Office
birthday June 11.Recent. Fitness Certificates .were On June 2nd, Claudette Peterson, a postmaster. Arlene had taughtthe And The Price Is RIGHT!
: Visitors Julie Dorminey, Brenda' Curtis, Ray June 27 bride-elect. was honored. with, third grade for 29 vears.Ike's $70 100(
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or. > 964-5430. V, HOMES WANTED! OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUP. HOUSE TRAILER 12X60 CYi 160 S. lake Ave., Lake
". Will pay cash for your'used CUSTOM. ; MAD PLIES, OlFTSiSee, Union- ,Parkwood. excellent condition Butler 496-3978. Complete

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I ELDERLY MOTHER In, lake washable nationally closed Thursday and Friday FROST PIER REFRIGERATOR REAL ESTATE NEEDSIN
. ( ];I .ut...... room and meals I.provld.d. advertised/ Oard..". 8::30 a.m. till noon. See $173. sofa w/2chalrs $200 UNION(GUNTYResi4eptial' .

Keystone Ads salary-- Draperies. SW Enter our selected 1/2 gift price Items.table of color TV $175. king .1.. ,, eereage..
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II PERSONAL 904-752-2897. 2tpdl NOW OPEN) Johns Meat multiple bulbs per pot $1. maple twin bookcase Venera Brown
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fl carpenter. Reasonable/ Riltman. tfnchg 6/4 A/C. $199: Amana window tfnchg 6/18 LOOKING FOR a special Cooper brass and bat or we-plck at TV used 2 years$309, double {Riverfront & River access
prices. Call Ed Dempsey olI RIDER WANTED-Destlnatlon A/C 3.000 BTU $95. BOAT POR SALE |4ttl piece of property If I Idon' teries. H and R Block Office Schretzmann's Berry Farm bedroom suite $150. ,lot*.
'473.2477 after 6 p.m. Colorado. leaving July 8. Phon. 4733202. 2tchg fiberglass with IIv. well I have It. I'll find It 31 S. 6th St., Moc l.".- SR-241 A, Providence. Call matching Simmons extra
tfnchg 57ALCOHOLIC Phone! Russ at 473-368O. JANNSEN SPINET PIANO, 7.5 hp Evenrude, Gator'Trailer. Just ask-.-JANE S. USHER: ny Florida. Phone 755.0211.2tchg 6/11 6/18. firm twin bed with wood 80 beautiful acres,

ANONYMOUS FOR SALE excellent condl- $550 firm. Calif. REALTOR 496-2126 or 2596992. TFN 6/1B. TWIN SIZE BED completewith headboards $123 each partly cleared, river
Closed meetings Monday SIP HELP Lion $850 Call 473-3331. 473-4586. 4962903. eves.. ,"Your FEES BEAUTIFUL KITTENS 6 headboard and footboard plnev wood sofa, rock.r.choir. access, owner finance:
.m. Open meetings, Fri- WANTEDMANAGEMENT Union County Realtor tfn weeks old litter trained real good condition ottoman coffee ,
I 8 p.m. Alanon Monday MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMERICAN HOMES FOR 3/26. wonderful pets, ready for Also three completesets w/Jend tables, like new 100 acres good
p.m. Aloteen/ Monday 7 AND/OR SALEBE..UTIFUL Indoors or out. Phone of sheets. Phone $350. GE Mlcrowalve oven pasture or crop land

p.m. All meetings in SALESt Immediate ___ ___ 496-2876. Itod 6/23. 496-2143. Itchg 6/25. $300. Phone 752.7961 Pro winding creek good
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I Educational Building Com- LEGION HALL. SR-21. TWO ACRES- HOUSE POR SALE BY vidence.Itchg 6/25 investment.
munlty Church. tfnchg ./2 tunity.I seeking His Stores Individuals for MenI Saturdays, 7 p.m. Public invited prop.rty and home In lIP Beet .f Hurts let 4a .18t OWNER 3 bedroom bath EARLY AMERICAN SOFA 10 acres great site for

PRESSURE CICANINO- desiring career In r.tall tfnchg 6/4 Deerwood Hills 3 miles Lake Butler Apartment, Lake Butler. Florid;may j and a half fireplace and with swivel rocker used 6 home, nice large
I Phone 473-2477. tfnchg 5/7 sales. W. offer full PUBLIC AUCTION-Ev.ry Fri. north of Keystone. 24x60 have the answer yon have been 'looking for' garage, concrete block months $350 brown plaid trees.
PLUMBING REPAIHSLarryleague benefits, excellent earning day and .v.ry Sunday. 7 mobile' home, 3BR, 2BA. Now taking application for 1 BR, 2 BR. 8 BRA 4 j (((28.500)) Contact R. I hide-o>bed $250 queen
Plumbing. potential and rapid ad p.m. Hwy. 17 north In carpet CH/A deep well BR July occupancy Lake Butler Apartment offers I Cochran 1170 SW 4th Terrace site bedroom suite $300 40 heavily wooded
475-1313 tfnchg 521CARPENTRY vancement. Apply In person Palatka. Wholesale auc with delicious wets central heat and air wall-to-wall carpeting kitchen I Lake Butler. Itpd 1 chest freezer $150 new acres
AND MASONRY or call His Store. for lion Mondays, 7pm. 4tpd 28000. Owner will appliance and _It. laundry faculties. The units 6/25. love seat $135 bund beds
WORK-bulld patios, additions finance with reasonable GO-CART FOR SALE $200 $150. trumble beds $125. '
Men from 10 a.m. to 5p.m' WHOLESALE AUCTION-- homes Phone Charlie at 496-284
and til.remodeling work. Also pain. ., Monday-Friday Every Thursday 7 p.m., down payment. Discount For those who qualify there is a federally funded Itpd 625.'IIDUCI 752-7961 Providence Itchg you need 3 acres
269-17188. 3tchg 6/11-25 2315 S.E. Hawthorn. Road for cash. 9123777496.Nights subsidy program available, whereby rent la baaed on 6/25 cleared
ting. Free estimates, ''
EXPERIENCED TUG WELDER Gainesville. Truckloads of and Sundays, Ia_.. (SAFI AND FAST PALOMINO WALKING
Phon. 473-4473 during n..d.d Immediately. merchandise every sale. 912-294.0189. tfnchg 5/7 Pleas write for mum 'Information and. with GoD... Capsules' and HORSE male and f.male Can for additional Information
day. Hnchg 6/4 application: .
3BR 2BA HOME in Silver "water .bit" 2.10 speedbicycles.
Phon.473.4984. Groc.rf.s--Tools.- E-Vap pills" Andrews
Casa del Mar Apartment, State Road I :
FREE YOURSELF OP UNWANTED Ridge overlooking SilverLak. 8, St. Call 4963586after
225
FurnltureElectronkS"KnlvesNoveltiesEtc.I Drugs W. Main.
HAIR with elec .. Two miles Augustine Florida 82084.Fqual Itpd 6/25. 496-3022
toKeystone 2tpd 61257(2.FOR. p.m.
trolysis.' Call for a free can.ultallon. FOR SALE schools, .. Housing; Opportunity
on county -
Come on where the merchandise
473-7O33. Amy's
owned roads. $41,000 '
Is. W. In -
Electrolysis., 49O Lawr.nc. LAKE LOT on sand bottom.dlak. are our
Blvd., Keystone. tfnchg 6/4 in Hlllcrest. $800 7th year. W.or.establlsh- 11 3/4% mortgag.,
month. ed. 6844523. 4tpd 3760078. tfnchg 6/18 Starke Area Ads 1 I
SWIMMING LESSONS Mar- down $146.44 p.r S BEDROOM concr.t. block.
jorle R. Dodd. 4734206. Phon. 473-4058 or FOR RENT home in Keystone Heights.'
Call June 22nd through 473-4367 after 6pm. On. block from elementary -
Jun. 25. Starting July 6, tfnchg 3/26 ,I MOBILE HOME LOT forr.tlred school close to shopping
Monday through Friday. LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- .
coup I. Beautiful district. $275 per
Beginners 9:30.10:00: : 4 Keystone Heights, own.rfinanced trees. Across from lake month call 4732508. RENT PERSONAL
MOBILE RENT PERSONAL
FOR
years old and UF>>. 10 percent In- G.n.va. $55 month. Phon. SHELL HOME on your land.
NEED RIDE TO GAINESVILLEthree terest. Lot on clear sand 473.2879. tfnchg 3/7 no money down 15 yrs. HOMES SERVICESCOOL SERVICESWILL
or lour days per bottomed lake, priced to I,MOBILE HOME In lake financing 2 A 3 BR Complete FURNISHED APARTMENT MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE
week. Will share ex- sell from $9.90O. On. to Geneva Park. $140 and up. Dried In Readyfor FOR SALE Three large nice rooms. HOME PARK mobile homes SEAL FOR TRAILER DO TYPING AT HOME:
a.ns.s.473.3753. five acres overlooking lok. Phon.4732879. tfnchg 5/7 buy.r to complete In Utilities furnished. Private and spaces for rent. Phone TOPS materials S labor Please call Ada Reddish at
(access available) with ,I COTTAGE AT SMITH LAKE2BR .. terior. Total cost under IBR, MOBILE HOMEl furnished driveway. No children no 468-2912. TFchg.HOUSEKEEPING furnished. $75.00. 9647910. tfnchg' 3/21.
CARS RtTRUCKS nice tree from $3,500 Ph. 9645464. 6/18 and sleepIng BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK
pets.
large living area fully $18,000. Call 473-3133 or garage, storage shed 31.1827.16 tin. .
$500 down $50 a month. APARTMENTS upstairs and room. TV and Air SERVICE Bradford County
equipped, and carpeted.' 9645533. Bob Harris. enclosed porch. 1 acr. ILL'S SAW SHOP Complete
Commercial frontag. $225 per month. Phon. (fenced), many ..tra.. downstairs. New w/w Underwood Motel 3 miles sharpening service, circular residential pump-outs
'74 OLDS WAGON sunroof, investment. opportunity. 772-1775 or 388.3559 (Jax). YARD SALE $18.500* 1)6.46490.30 carpet stove and refrig. North of Starke on Hwy hand carbide, $50. We also relay drol
all power, body nice, SR-21. Owner-salesman. I TORE FOR RENT! Ideal location Hn.ItBI. no pets. $195 per mo., plus 301. 10/9 tnchg chain mower blade hollow lines. Phone 964.8121.
needs tires, battery and 473 4375. Hnchg 6/4 near h.avy traffic.Approximately YARD SALE at Mathewson $100 security deposit. 404 MOBILE HOMES Two and ground and balanced 5/28 TFchg.
AKC DOSERMANSTopquality 900 square 1 MOBILE HOMES N. Ch.rry St. Call 964.8082.LAWT1Y three bedrooms; clean. letive at Jackson Building NEED ROOFING OR PAINTING -
cleaning. Manor on 214. 3 miles from
.nly. You or. invited feet In front of AREAs 3BR home Highway 16 and 225.: New in Starke, |lobs done? Call
67 Chevy Imapala. A.C., kennels. n.w post 100 and 2 miles from 21. payments storting at Supply Keystone
P.S.. P..., small V-8 n.w to visit our office. Phon. 473-2149. Fri. and Sot., Jun. 26-27 9 $137.00 per month. John with lots of shade $250 owners, formerly Whites Heights or Lake Butler. 7823669. 6/18 2tchg 6/23
tlr... Needs roof 4751228.: DOBERMAN '..R 2BA HOME-CH/A. $350 a.m. to 5 p.m. Air condi Brown Mobil. Home per mo. first and lost Park. Call 468.1323. 3/12 ALCOHOLICS ANONY- QUALITY TREE WORK trimming ',
excellent. WACHEMEISTER p.r month. Lak. access. month .In advance plus tfn. MOUSi fertilizing removing
Mechanically tioner. Lawn tools, Center. '473.3175.49Hnchg.
Hnchg 5/7 376.0078. 6/18 mower STARKE 3 BR. 1 BA LIVING ROOM. Phone 964-8477 after 7
Both cars MOO. 4732127. tfnchg lewelry misc. Items. Itchg security deposit. Phone 964 3148 or 9647619.
_- -. AREAt 2BR $14000 per dining room kitchen TFchg p.m. Free estimates. 6/4
-, UJMMIR CLEARANCE SALE mo., first and last month In central heat and air. In SEWING MACHINES 4tchg 625.SEWING .
STEVE BROADWAY Huntley All 1980 mod.l. : advance plus security Hampton. Phone 4681719. REPAIRED! All makes B ALTERATIONS:
Redfeorn's I High Cost of Ii sell with free air priced conditioner to deposit. JANET M. STARLING ((1st months rent. in advance cleaned oiled and ad Call 9645033. 6/25 2tchg
TREE SERVICE Includ.d Realtor. 782-3931 or ) 5/7 tfnchg.A"ARTMENTS justed. $15. Work 7/2.
R VICES THIS 94.8827. 6/23 tfn. FOR RENT guaranteed. James JIM'S LAWN MOWER
.. MONTH ONLY large Cove Apts. In Starke. Exceptionally REPAIRS Hydraulic jacks,
BRAND NEW HOME Orange Strickland
corner MorganRd.
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Removal) <> 4734340OF' Energy selection to choose from. 5',. Sta......, w/w carpet clean well and Hwy,16. TFchg all .Iz... Special: Tune'
12 x 14 S 24 wid.... COM stove. 3Br 1.... $250 per maintained. $145/$180 per CHAIN, LINK FENCEi Install ups, $15.00. Free Oil
yr Trimming 473.4252 MUNITY. MOBILE HOME mo $200 damage deposit.. mo. Efficiencies and one ed. Free estimates. Handy. Change and blades
Now1s the SALES 964-87411 6/25 L No pets-air' children. Call bedroom..apts., Call- .Man Fence Co. 9648559. sharpened Open 8 a.m. 5
Fr.. Estimates ..RepainOf Motor r Itchg. __r p ...fM .- '964.808v:1 tchg 6/25. sa 964-5065. 5/21 tfnchg. TYPEWRITER REPAIR: Call' p:m.'trosed"Tu**,""S'Sort-

Electric Appliances time to 5BR.4BA HOUSE: $300 per FURNISHED EFFICIENCY the Office Shop 110 W. day. 301 South. Call
473.4132 S.rvlng Bradford 8 FLEETWOOD D/Wl 3BR mo., first and last In advance APARTMENT Utilities fur 468.1588. 6/25 2tchg 7/2
Cloy -' Call St.. Starke. for details,
2BA, central A/C. partially .
After 5 Counties summerizeyour large yard. Gardenspore. nished. No children No HOUSEWIVES OR
p.m. 964-5764. tfn.
furnished. Sold where Is,
Call 964-5464. 5/28
I pets. HOMEMAKERS Receive
Call 9648653. I tchg
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K..tone H.Ights Lowrenc.Blvd. KeystoneI p' as "Is. 17900. D/P $2.700. tfn. $2.0O: for virtually
mobil 4BR. 2B HOUSE Garage, Doors, windows etc. every
monthly payment $295 00. FURNISHED APARTMENT] 2 circular mailed I You keep
., 904/964-3606. Olin' Family Room. Call JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY
and
BR, Details fora
living dining all the mon.yl!
Orders also
home roof 9646214. 6/23. 9646078.
'" Mobil. Home Sales. Itpd rooms, stove and large self-addressed

i'filer' fa: "< ;' i1 .. ;3.Q I ; > With refrigerator.: No pets orchlldr.n 496-3079 taken In and lake Keystone Butler stamped envelope. J.J.-BT.
please. $195 per P.O. Box 746 Starke. Fl
,It ". QUf1I, >>;'.. .w.u' A\lt'lo.nt\ ,. ou ., i ico' III. Your Freezer month. Phon. 964.8944 or Heights 4734973. 2/26 32091 6/25: Itpd.
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Anvil 964.8082.614 TFchg. AND USED WATER

L New Selection Weekly "You Bid" You Buy .. SPIC1AL KITCHENETTES! efficiency CONDITIONERS Sales and Mobile Homes
Service. Call for free water
Vinyl Flex Weekly and
apartments.
Furniture Giftware analysis" and Information
monthly rates. Temple
Much Much Consignments More Too Many Accepted Items To Mention roof coating All U-Pick Ads 6/23.Motel 964-7357. 6/4 4thcg 9645673.- 3/12 tfn.... 'Singles #" :$3$9$ ,,


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the phone or when copy 'Is not typed, and] ,sign..We sell single or by North of Melroseu, .$eeslgnst or ourl. Adoms I Hal,"., '' n' rfh'of SR )100. & TIRESt w "
I Iruckload..Com by or call and 473leir .:n28. 6J drea', *
brought the office ," ,Bring fontfilnmtf: oJ" 4 tires $139.00. REALTIt.
I (evenings only, )., 9648476.; no dog,*, i, p4ee)... lFchg.------ -BOO-34i"l463.) 1 MH. Hwy. 100 *

,. FURNITUREi ,Old. white ,Longoe<;kers. ,Phone : ,rotory ,sewing machine [,475-1, ISland, 473-2702,6/4 ''homes 100%l"fInanely/ With'tin;ap used tool, both PHONE 944-7774
LAND FOR SALE, ,with wooden cabinet $45; 4lchg 62S.RECONDITIONED. available Vbri3irI.2,3,1 4 In 'city' of $ and carpenter u ctiiA 205 N.

FOR SALE color TV like new 20-Inch .. TVJl .', '4 B*,2 AModori.Wu gl ::$$24,600. 964-8331 or TMwiLUGAR Temple Starke .
JSED NEWSPAPER Panasonic. $439.00 new. trade-In welcome. Phone it ; f/or bUY f fo'o t l'"'964-8022.6/25 9/11 tnchg ntuvaio PROPERTIES )f gi

ALUMINUM PLATESi :24 sacrifice for $145; .Utilitytrailer. 964-8213.6/11. tfn/-' < .' ', plete Ii*.rtr. First' time crj) NICE HOME B/ ( Mobile Home Ax.
: ONE ACRE.WELL, SEPTIC x ,' $100; pair of FILLY.Iy.ar. : .. N. ere proud to ofttr.". ol Bradford"; i lino,re.'''.'' .'
36" 2$' QUA TEIHOIS' f.red. < cia low Qi the best
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County Telegraph) $295 per month': CoIl)| Baths LR, condition axle ,
D.l1. 4 roll fence with atrractlvibom
2-brass and marble pine dogwood 5.pIus spf/r
: drive, privacy fence, utilityhous. both; real gentle $400. !Phone '
.. 964-6305. tfn tables $50 eo.. both ,' 473-3133 or 9645533. Bad ((1450 sq. It: ) 9/11 tnchg *. Only minuteS from Stark and Gainesville./ "' .
Good land.Lowtey. reg. 782-3W4 tpd 6/25. : '
NEW CARPET NEW I USED ....HClcrl..61..1a.ochjl'1l9. rased) floor BUY used tottvruUy/ Innovative with ,meMcuious attention to dolall
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$6500. Phone 533.2559. for$50 (new); box. ,CAlVESl Call 964977223" j "
Furniture t Appliances. large Brentwood ,recking \1 i r2tchg7/2\ '" '-. ''_ *.1PEASt jtJLlTqA/J/ ,,,_MESs n w.. cept 1 Kl 11. A ; and adding thli dramotl Florida orato has spsclel Interest for tilt,
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Plumb. fixtures and pipe chair Sears catalog: U-Plofe or..we pick. 's'4ds.c, !=- .\ "co; "r.,, ti'ol\\, A/C; 14' x 28' Must be In connoisseur with *ttttcomlng eye for luperb oak flooring
BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 2 left overJoqKlris Stake CouHtry shop and/or condition t\\ rich panelling .' stone fireplace kuge room. .. over
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ACREAGE South 9646679. 2/9 $120 for both or' $69.00 win Johns, .\ ok'fo.' lun.oI ., (: btAd\lm.and Helll|l ..carport; lot 9.000 sq. fl. CN4A p/us evers/iea1 garage and parch. Has
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Strawberry Acres 8.7 ac. TFNcheITSREOPHOmC each. First come first served ltpcl6/25. ,aul d.,.; .Phone,f: 73-20St: Ideal ,location; Phone everything fwf any successful .ci/Mirs would ...1,..

w/well and culvert. with "rhythm records"ORGAN House behind Health | .. .,.or.47 -2128 6/4 tFchg.; kAs'NO.MQNUY.DpWP1\ ,' neighborhood; $ .pay 6/11$125.I2tchg Owner flnantlng poimlU for quallflti buyer.
Assume 9'/..% mtg., ; Food Store, next to 'Izza LOST/FOUND: / : buyer : * * **

$15,000. great adults condition and young.t.rs.too. ) Perfectfor Hut. 301 North Stork.. ,\..% ,1"r.I. 3BR,,2BA, '964-5710 for. TO BUY Electric All city conveniences 3BR I/ Both, Lf. OR kitchen .
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14.06 Acres S.clud.d. book. $250.00 Phone Ideal for traveling or 473;3193; Qr 964.5W3.Bob 964.5807 or .
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CQ 'Tiger" : * * 04-
hady. $21,000. '964-9471. tin 423.CANTALOUPESI fishing. $565.00 Lloyd GrlfIs Whit. spot on right Harris.. 6/18 4tchg 7/9. : 6/18 2tchg 6/25. Brick veneer '8.S.\ .. CM1A atlractlro polio with
*********** ( 7823669. 1 Itpd
Lawtey. .
40.<( each, 6/29.. foreleg., lost near Sonny' 9646938.'V for 4-3 yr. Fireplace lor tookovtt $326.02 me."0". Ineludo ages A
10 Acrss Approx.i. with WATERMELONS. $1.50. BBQ (May 9). Call Town & ] ,/ HOMES1"uLawrteyt TOYOTA thru FrIday 2 r.... (IIV.% ,..,.).
PURE-BRED REGISTERED
largo barn adn. wall OKRA. tomatoes $6.00 Bu. .. ANGUS BULLs old. Country Vet. Clinic 3 II;. 1 bile;, from Coupe: 1979. day. Will pay * 40 *
23000. Phone 964.6528. Keep try. 3-yr. 964-6411 or ,call collect school., Lg. shedy lof. S-speed 33-38 ; day. 964-5807. Tee for Two"cozy cottage CrMA rencto yard with new
............ Phone 964-8336 JamesGaskins
6/11 6/2'
Ing. TFchg.BLUBERRIESi TFNchg'5/14.. 13135423704.'. .. v 6/25-. "'2tpd Pt" ; + ";:;n 44th.. -5, ,AM/FM stereo. $ : for C. bldy. Priced right.
U-Plck. 90 us-
6 Acres Approx t With well per .REPOSSESSEDSINGERFUTURA 7/2. C AC C 9645784 after your * * *
and power pole 10200. lb. Call 964-6593 after 5 or Modal LOST. REWARD 1 I Small In Country! 2'/s ac.opprox. 6/21. .. Phone Mark lasfeMV deeerofed409\ so. r>. C8 hom 3BR 28 with 16'

Janet M. Starling anytime weekends. 6/18 900 one of Singer' top whit.. male dog. Part poodle with 2BR home>. spring .979 FORD ; 9647189. 6/25 x 20 master... w/w carpers, CH4A, Off Iff a oPt kit.A .

Realtor 3tchg 7/2. 'model. Doe It all withoulallachm.nt. named "Spike". Blue garden grape vineyard or.5'ijj standard * * *
USED APPLIANCES Refrlg. .. collar with blue voc.ag. chard. $31, radio and 10 acres t 3 alt frame. home In rfiertssa area 70A
782-3931 ,,?. freezers air conditioners. od $148.60 or'poyments Pqy balance ol Last teen near' GeIger ,,. ''.'''\ FIRM. Call HELP cleared tKM\ free. > IoU of pecan frees 2 chicken'

commercial Ice machine. Rood. Very friendly. Call In Starkei 2 BR .Home be seen at 135 houses 30' 400 concrete floor.
$12.90 month. Whit.
Please call before 9 p.m. per and 964-7959. 1 lad 625.Motorcycle. $11.000. Starke. 6/25 tfn. ** * *
: YARD SALE 782-3332. Itpd 6/25. Sewing Appliance ...-......... 1973 OLDS Comfortable, well-maintained, frame fiome. appro
Center. Archer Square.phone .
VEGETABLES Silver Queen 3764466. 6/25 3BR. 2.... Spanish style radio 8-trock. / Im 2.000 .q. ft. 2 IS W. Washington OMA JSR/ or 4BR, 2 lull

JRI. ,I SAT. YARD SALE sweet corn by' bushel;, home on spacious lot In wheels, opportunity. His baths. spacious ground coned coin m.rdai.
UNCLAIMED MICROWAVI
3-famlly' garage talc.jj watermelons; cantalopes; OVEN 'N ins HONDA 360, 50000. St..... $32.000.Janet transmission. $ Men, seek In- ** * *
Some of everything. Alto okra: tomatoes; peas; : Tappan Tap Call 4311748. 6/18 M Starling 964-6305 or can career In Antique buff large 4M two-story home with fireplace
:jj: Touch used, has 2tchS
new glassware novelties beans and other never 6/25. 135 W, Call St. *, We offer full ever 100 yrs. old. Appro 3,500 so,. ft. living' area. Reduced .
': meat defrost Realtor
probe cycle
vegetables. Wainwright excellent
6/25 tfn. earning S31,000 toned commercial.
and dishes at reasonable 1975 YAMAHA SOOt Excellent
: variable *
': prices. Corner 301 and SR Farms 2'A\ ml. east of power settings.Assume condition, low 782-3J311 971 PLYMOUTH and rapid ad * 40 *
$22.87per "
: I 16 at Gulf station, 9.5. Also Storke on SR16. 6/18 2tchg month.payments White Sewingand mileage bars and trunk Or 4-door hardtop Apply In per dOSS acres. beautiful rolling land In Breaker area. Frame

will rent space to anyone SALE 6/29.OR LEASE 3-yr-old Appliance Center Archer new chain' and tlr... Can 9 -27It 1 good rubber. A Stores For Men, home needs repairs > tranquil living.
: TF. $475.00 ca. Park Mall 4 a0000
: for selling. Call 964 5685 or be seen at Palms Apts. Call
: 964,5160. 6/18 2tchg 6/25. white filly. Quarterhors 376.4466.Square 6/25 phon.) 964-5741 before 3 p.m.' 9648071. Itchg 10-5.( EOE. 6/11 rich home with appro 2000 to. ft. CMA carport, 2 full

YARD SALES FrI. 8 Sat.403 S. bloodline. Experiencedrider REPOSSESSED 'TV tfnchg Consolemodal ,$800.00. tpd 625.MISCELLANEOUS. NEW HOMES LAKEFRONTS 19eO TOYOTA : '. baths 481. kltchon/family room with/ fireplace carpetedtia
'. St. 6/25. only Prlct Shell home on plert. Will, speed AM/FM OK- paved drive way, fenced $4S. oo, at sum. mertj
tpd
Cherry 25" 'color under : :3 days a week,
negotiable. Also AQHA
GARAGE SAlEi Sat., June be ready for owner te pro.. 15,000 * 000 *
.
and
: balance of Fri.,
yearling stud colt for sale. warranty. Pay finish on July 1. Under 964-7264. Itchg take Brooklyn Adorable' dome. screened parch rf.c*
; 27 Clothes, coffee maker;
$179.50 of Camp. paid
;
bloodlines, or payments
Excellent $50,000. Call 473-3133 or 1969 BUICKi Good CrMA w/w carp.t. Only S41.'00. Own. ,,". $34,500.
: toaster oven. curtains Ig. $16.25 month. Whit. extra bonuses
1000. Call 9645078. 6/18. per I FREI PUPPIES Mixed breed.
Current sticker. * 0-0004-
"Thelords 9645533. Bob Harris..6/18
framed tapestry and /Moth.rs
625.TRAVEL Sewing Appliance Call 964-8393. .
Supper", 130 N. 2tchg Center Archer Itchg 6/25.. 4tchg 7/9. best oiler. ,Call. needed. Own IOA near Ce'dhearf 'Imaer-power p.l..er..k.ouum.
TRAILERS 1968 Square
_. Itchg 6/25. mert,.
Cherry St. I tchg 6/25. model. 19'ft, long. phone 3764466. 6/25 -- -- a must. * * *
PARACE SALE Frl.. June 26 Sleeps 6. Self-contained. tfnchgTV Classified: Ads Get Results J9M good.DODGEs$250, Call On. .653'. tchg Fish camp en good flirting lake with living' quarfen.

and Sat, June 27. US30I Call 964-7527 after 6 p.m. SALE New RCA and * * .
South Back of Cardin Bros., 6/18 2tchg 6/25. Philco 25'' 'color consoles J7600 for small frame home en city lot (needs TLC).
LIMEROCK
Septic Tank business. COUCH Like .new. With starting at $'49.00. White :' * * *

I tchg 6/25. reversible cushions, Sewing and Appliance .' WANTED Valuable property on Ml adjacent fe Con' Telephone.
YARD SALEi Sat. S Sun. June 10000.. Call 964-5556 or Center Archer Square, For Roads & Drive-way'. .1{ * 0-0000

27 & 28. Furniture, stove, 964-5462. Itchg 6/25. phone 3764466. 6/29 All Types Rock &Bldrs Sands .ui' Registered..Nurses for all shifts, full and 200'. 'on 301 ..6'''A. Finest' ,omm.rclalprop.rty. Terms.
)lefrlg., bicycles, TV, baby .,tinengS3TIW3 ..- lit.t ihe'I I :: * * 1
h UJAtI
:
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"items, ,and toys. 1133 E. ,. .. . ,. :.;;;; .MI 20 y/KSenii-loads; : Only\ p available wlth -pro-rated ''';100 IJ-acrefar'W! '01.'- Furwf'Herjfiff-oVffdT J6 W*
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'' '; ,,,,. .. trH"
I 6. "" vefflr.9 ar8ignt shift differential
: ; -Hwy' 782-3172 :
Brownie. ;iSt AfA..ih "\T .,, ': I AlIn'Tar.Jwtey * * *
"
,,Stork.. ltchg6/25. ) J ..W. Pickup. Butcher. Chill Cut. end I Wrsp"" : I F- .Competitive salary based on trainingand Two S acre parcels, appro 4 mil* from 5'..'..., Goodneighbor.
YARD SALEi Friday June 26 <; quiet ""'''11'
ONLY: Four.family sale. experience. A complete benefit * 000-0

4'/. miles West of Starke SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS; package includes group medical and Immediate occupancy- 1700 so. ft. norn. 3 BIP r\/i 8 nceneighborhood.

on SR16 Forest Heights, Experienced sewing Machine life .. .
Insurance as well as vacation, sick -0 4- '* -
,
6/25.2nd house on right Itpd operators. Must be able. ,.to work' 4Vs and holiday leave time. Excellent pro Owner leaving town. 4 BR 2 B brick name mert.on 1.75 acres
nced back
Club..f
yard..a>ium.
YARD SALEi Sat.. June 27. 9 HARDEE'S MEAT MARKETFrom days 40 lour week. ?' motional opportunities and Inserviceand Country -00 * 0-

a.m. til, 3 p.m. Baby items, Apply in person, on your,vacation'we. continuing education available. Best Flshln' 1.0'42 Sampson lake Share has light pole'
tools, children'sclothes the Pen to the Pen
power and tank end a "rfoa" of a frailer '.S 16.700.
toys, lots of good We make II Easier for You will be open for Interviews' a.m. to 4. Co tact Nursing Director (904) 2596211ext. septic * * 00-

stuff. Cancelled if raining. p.m. Monday thru ,Friday. '114, Northeast Florida state S2J.OOO for 4.B5 nice/ acres en 301 N. Highly' desirable.'
.1, mile off SRI 00 Criffls
on
* * *
loop, Look for sign. Itchg 216 E.WASHINGTON ST.: OPEN MONDAY SATURDAY Starke Uniform Manufacturing ; Hospital Macclenny, Florida 32063. An House beautiful 2244 ..,. ft. CMA elate/ la shopping

6/25. STARKE, FLORIDA 32O91 904-6725 441 E. Brownlee'St.. Starke, Fla.. affirmative/equal opportunity * * -04-
GARAGE SALE Sat.. June Developer's dream near Hampton 31 acres plenty, of

;27.bundles, Furniture, clothes, TV and," plants more. PROFESSIONAL, TREE SERVICE employer. timber. reads Owner finance, @ 12% Interest.'
* * *
Next to Pin.-Level Baptist J a .-All'Types: .* Insured '".JOO Worthington Springs star ""12'.',. -

Church.: .- SR ,100W. 6/291.' :V1WFSTIM9TES I Treat your feet to the good ,life with. Western North Carolina Mts. * * *
llchgOARAGE! Beautiful lot #7 ef Gofhrlew Subdivision, near Country
:-.?.*,( ., June 27 8 Fl "Call Thomas D. I.ttlssL 'U HEALTH SOLES Hundreds of Opportunities Cl,b. *..' 0.. ;. -
SALEi I' WWTTWTrT ww"
428:: 10 'o.m,6 p.m. .Fu% _. ,",r.4.8-37J3 Lake Iuil.rUZWfl1OF I water-filled Inner soles II U A DAY AWAY- Realtor Associates-Alf.r Ho.....

'nftflfre,' Qnd clothe/iy: for'' walkers end workers on 't! QNJLY ,, Wayne I.Douglas Broker-Salesmen 964-6S93
Oerrl LsMinon-4 4-3140
.Str*uwb." <-Acres. 4 Vs* Byron Terwlllegar44777e
BlJi
cmiUs' north cf Stark dlrl gPt dtn !T'5': i1& s $7500 with nice viewsryfeoodaccess Marlene Rober s-i4.S05 Martha Darfco-78 J-339/

fruad f< on Itchg right 6/25.Look for 'IAIKE fi Available, at: and a creek. 9% AnneTerwlllegarNelsen-475-U77' Rick H.ndrlx-96-4-1380

jjsigns. ; ... STARKE SHOE REPAIR W
I 'Les.r'15Jfl assumable mortgage. Hurry on
301S 964-6020 Ads
Hwy j
| BUSINESSOPPORTUNITIES 6XlOthrul2X5O 416 E Call St. Startup Fla. !o this! MOBHE HOMf

; 964-6261 Get ResultsMOBILE SERVICE POLES

.r FI i111 10 secluded acres with 1000 ft. "
,.I ) __ _

EMPLOYMENT, Established OPPORTUNITYl route with :'Any'thn .. ',- stream front at $1250/acre. 25% INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS HOME,

"between large debit 8 and company 10 ask Call for ($:, :' 'y{' :'Muff.t r I CARDIN B ROS. down and owner terms on

David Taylor. Phone :And : rs' ; :Pad I Steve carom-owner' I I balance. POLICIES AT
REASONABLE RATES
9647914. 6/11 4lchg 7/2. ''g64 5'61t' : I 1964-67501 I II .... ..
RESTAURANT AND: : 5
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LAUNDROMAT: Operating ----__I LANDCLEAR1MC! ; SIPTIC TANK!: ,:;::.;;l I >* Old farm has 40 acres of ..WAIf"'OHurrlca. ',
It
season
laundromat, business and I, Extra casn* DOZER WORK LARGE ft SMALL SEPTIC TANKS INSTALLED-/* J .; pasture big timber and lots of us /( you.or. one'of upon trie
restaurant equipment -' ,
'
we buy cans, ;,S30Lb | FILL DIRT LIMEROCK .ORAINF1ELOS RELAID J ; few. who don hove Iff WellDriJlmg
,fixtures 2700
for sale in < : ,
sq. ft commercial Also other metals PONDS DUG FILL DIRT !I '. ", a ter. Paved, rd. front. suronce -,. II end when'o

building. Restaurant I Turn Trash into Cash .ROADS BUILT SEPTIC. TANK" $ PPLid.CULVERTS t .. I ,'-. $1000/acre with good terms hurricane approaches. you ...... .'
Recycling ""
Bradford
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'
seating for 40. 7 washers SET & COVERED: won t be able (o purchase 2''rThfu"6'v'
I 4 dryers, owner financing I Mobile Horse Insurance '

With excellent terms ERA. 964-5938 invest in the Best .. It Saves'More So rok. .. advantage'of'the Fast Rotary
Wallace Cain Realty. Inc. Operated BY BUflRC circurn,lances' and Drilling
I purchase -
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Realtor. Call 9044623173. .*. ,Beautiful deep-water lot Equipment'I
on your Insurance now .. I ..
6/18 21chg 6/25. NORTH CAROLINA .i llJ q* (lake has underground & Olln'c,Mobil* ,
,
COMPLETE JEAN AND SportSwear ii1 power
Home Sales)
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Opportunities, Pump
Shop. 1485000.collect MOUNTAINS J- I phone, good access. $16,500 FREE QUOTES ._... ,_.. :
Your location. call
,
Amy 19047514520. Itpd WITH THE GAINESVILLE SUNWEREEANDING M untaln.ab.: n with IWploee. Dandy garde\ spb.* with ;50% down, balance owner- Phone 964-S606IMnoM.OIIn.Agtnf New Used "

This Is a handy man special because It I. not ftnl''K' ; 'III"

Inside, roughed wire arid plumbing completed. Wo y|_j jj f!:_ financed. h SalesPartsServiceDumbing. j
r111I arId the out.ld.'ioretid'La'ge deck overlookingmtns. .' i' l' .
...J-.S:... J!.__._ 1
You can live In It.whIU you Irtish It up. 3 ml''"s -

'' RECOVEIYROOM .MOTOR ,ROUTE from Murphy $fc .SOOpq, _|$000.OQ..down., ",, .sume.. f'$, .OJd, hotel 'in town, partly

.The Room of CARRIERS loan. II'I --:-III restored; good investment at ,$ f. i t
Recovery
lake City Local Dlst. ... t'I i 6.24 acre near lake Good access located In the III $99 000.'Owner terms :with 25% NEW& UD.. ''f-Iew Installation ,q
w.finance
Archi. Tanner Funeral are) needed In8adfod mtns. Several bldg. sltek.: 0.1av: ."'Iono\ It-all's ;, down.; 'Very nice. KIRBYS our own., '. Remodeling/ Repairs
Horn 12500.00 makes you the newowner. $1500 down, III ;' ,
At* nt County: '. ROYALS
Stask..lMOBILE
assume loon .
'jJJ' c'"' < Ill u II IIP1iMP
EUREKAS !.rra.'I .1r
'* Hundreds of small]) ? I
HOME .* ..d Motor Route Lake house, three b.droorj.} located: on Blue Ridge II acreage HOOVERS .1ELECTROLUX' \
Due to oxpanilon. w n I
Lake. Private. This Is a "",utllu i.IOn< ,. $4',500.00. Jj&ings from $1000/acre. -
;INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS Carrion J IrfthU! wrwa.' ridtt( be bondable and $1 4500.00 down assume loan. ,L. ,
i trancportatlon. .. : FREE BROCHURE FILTER QUEENS &
have) dopondablo Good opportyjilty .
POLICIES Income In Tl.""Q.II few .ol over JOOO.IIsHngs. Weyp.s "'a.ftD.U:- SEARS SUPPLY H HI
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to upplomon your e.- -
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1-800-438-8153
AT'REASONABLE : of property irom $3OO.pqfper acrehave orSTupfWo COMMERCIALWe
: RATES csaflg. for a f.w1h iMr. work each morn small tract*., we. also hav. .v.rol cabins.J repair all makes. COMPANY. ,_ a

;, . .b. Ing. For more Information, contact: ,. ous.Sr-od foms.tes WfPfplcalI' today to.--' fm4 TOLL FREEArrowhead ) .' (V' *
t'thhbi{ -Ir.ring -)),ochu,4. "You can call free by Waiting!? AL YOUlH 'S 1864' N;
Olin's Mobil '11,1 t I .
-; \.\\ 1. -438'1421. Writ or call toda ->A_ Realty & I
.
Home Sales GAINESVILLE SUN ., $7tmlkt Temple Ave.
.i CHEROKEE t LAND CO P.ANt'tJ.Q''W.QiUI.GIL. Development Co., Inc.
FREE QUOTES $ DEPT. ,1. !?! 1,
i; Phone 96oC5606'l'aln. CIRCULATION = 11. ..O. Dox:4191:1"Murphy. \ -. ..,.. t .. ;north, at : r.ft:

.M. Olin Agent .. "--5 i2M4J' '' ''':" ''''''' 1 'LX1J 28906 N.C. 28906 Stwbee.U$301sn 964-7061

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Doctors !

41

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If some energy experts have their
way, an army of "house doctors" will awt w :
be making calls at America's 70 .:; 1 .
million homes over the next few
years, prescribing remedies for ex. IrA 1
cessive energy cnsumption. ,,,,, '' I
Using infrared heat detectors,large
fans, and "smoke pencils," a team of '
Princeton University house doctors +.,f t Jrar
already has been visiting test homesto J.
diagnose air leaks, some types
unknown until recently. They have a I IN !
recommended everything from ,+: 198'1 \i
caulking, weatherstipping, additional sty ,I
insulation, and storm windows to :
replacing or overhauling furnaces. w i,1
Dollars ConservedThe k t ? .
Princeton researchers contend F1OOJ
that a nationwide house-doctor program '
would cut home-heating O teal Qoographlo By Martin Rogers:;. \.,.
demands in half and save the L
equivalent of two-thirds of our Arab One of the biggest backyard woodpiles in New England dent of Mideast oil.Wood,plentiful in places like New En- 133" W:B. Knit :Seat, Power Steering, a\
oil imports. They estimate that a gland Is renewable resource and alternative fuel
keeps Vermont general-store owner Dan Fraser indepen- a source.
commercial house-doctor visit and Step Bumperv,, Model,,T2979 Reg. $7995. i ,1
I quick fix would cost $200 to $400 and t

lower heating bills 15 to 20 percent. about 11 percent since 1978. Growth of In Vermont, general-store owner customer, the savings In electricity Iff i
Conservation coupled with more ef- electrical demand has slowed sharply. Dan Fraser has stacked more than' Just about equals the monthly charge. '.t\/ 'h
ficient use of energy may be the has cut its of all In" Idaho, which sits on top of .,t ft; 1IM j
Industry use 100 cords of wood In his back yard-\ .;:,: '{ : .,.
easiest and out of the
quickest way energy 14 percent per unit of output one of the biggest personal woodpilesin geysers, Boise officials are a ,
current oil crisis. "Many experts now since 1973. New England."I figure I can either vantage of the geothermal potential
say that, using existing technology, In travels throughout the United burn wood or send my money to some at their doorstep. It is estimated that r $
we can cut energy use dramatically*' States, Gore discovered thousands of damn fellow in the Mideast,",he told ,at least a third of the city's buildings h;,
and live just as well, if not better,
inventive already at could be heated geothermally.
energy pioneers Gore. To Fraser, "too much wood is ',
reports Rick Gore in the NationalGeorgraphic's work conserving existing sources of just enough." .' "As valuable to our country and 11 <.
special issue on energy and finding new ones. Determined Across the country in Washington,j> economy as conservation is," Gore
energy. to live as well or better on less, dozen commuters hop Into the same points out,"it often costs more money
"We've already begun to conserve they are doing everything from van and ferry to Seattle,together saving than most people, companies, and ) ------- j
I thanks largely to the rising price of building windmills to burning walnut an estimated 27,000 gallons of gas utilities-many of which face serious -b
fuels. Our gasoline use has dropped shells. financial problems-can muster. How
a year as well as part ot' their
transportation expenses. \ ) do we raise the capital we need?,"
(I Tax Breaks
Parks Retires From Navy Built-in Savings Innovative rate schemes or bond
In Colorado, Jon Mulford's' house issues could help channel conserva- ytf ''t177? .
overlooking the Rockies was built to tion money through the utilities, he
by Julia Howard miring spectators passed the 50 feet incorporate the sun and earth Into its reports. Or Congress, which encourages 2 :
BCT Staff Writer high cake at the rate of 5,000 per hour energy-saving design. Using passive private investors to under- I
and, after it cut it served write oil and exploration through I
Arthur Franklin Parks former was up solar techniques that do not require gas
resident of Starke, retired from the 200,000 people.Parks collector panels or elaborate plumb- generous tax breaks, could offer ., :
United States Navy after 20 years ol has baked cakes for Presi- ing, the house itself is designed to trap similar breaks to those who put up uqI :1
dedicated service on May 31, 1981. dent Lyndon Johnson, Secretary of and store the sun's heat in winter and capital for conservation.In .
_ Parks is the oldest son of Mrs. the Navy Claytor, and for the reject it in summer. The earth also industry many plants are using
Marguerite Parks Aaron of Starke Commander-in-Chief of the U.S. helps conserve because the house is their own waste products to make ,j
and Frank Parks of Cocoa. He Atlantic Fleet. built partly underground,, where both electricity and heat together-
graduated from RJE High School in During his time in the Navy Parks temperatures below the surface re- termed "cogeneration. At the Dia-
1956. was described as personable and main moderate year-round. mond Wanut Growers' facility in
dedicated, courteous and friendly.His At the Tennessee Valley Authoritythe California, for example, the leftover
Parks was a Mess Management superior knowledge of the nation's largest electricity shells are crushed, producing 35,000
Specialist, second class, aboard the Messman rating made him an In- producer-Chairman David Freeman tons of coarse brown powder each 1
USS America and was the ship's cakE valuable asset to the food services has stopped construction on four of 14 year. Once sold as poultry beddingand
decorator. He made cakes for special division aboard the USS America.His nuclear reactors and turned to conservation toy ,fillings the shells are now
occasions for the ship's crew of 420t professionally and artistically and solar energy Instead.An burned boilers that warm the plant We Have 5
men, commemorative events, and decorated cakes contributed innovative TVA conservation and generate three times the electricity -
planned menu deserts. significantly towards improving the program,similar to one developed by it needs. f
morale of the ship's crew. utilities in Oregon,informs customersof At the world's largest garbage
For the Nation's Bicentennial Parks will be living'in Virginia with conservation measures that are dump-five stories high on New
celebration Parks baked and his wife, Willie .Mae of Penney economically feasible and provides a York's Staten Island-bacteria are
decorated a cake equal to the size of a Farms They have three children Ar- list of approved contractors.TVA turning old buried garbage into
five story building. It was displayed thur, Jr., Denice, and Jackie, and one pays the contractor once the methane-enough gas to eventually
at Philadelphia's Memorial Hall./ Ad grandson, Jeffrey. York is completed and inspected, and supply 16,000 homes. Brooklyn gas officials -
the customers pay TVA back in installments claim that their product will be Highly Discounted iI

III 5 Vehicles Crash On Rain-Slick 301 Jills. For, interest the typical free, .all-electric on monthly well"just in as west good Texas.as what" comes out of the


Five vehicles were involved in which was still in the outside north-
similar accidents due to hazardousroad bound traffic lane. Pair Caught Riding Stolen MotorcycleWoodley I
conditions caused by the rain Tisdale was charged with travellingat r .' Escorts and
last Thursday, June 18, on US-301 a speed too fast for conditions. His Shelton of Delano,TN,:and and the motorcycle: suspects fled.
about 1.7 miles north of Starke.At car received $900 in damages and Charles Alfred Swafford of Miller pursued the suspects, apprehending -
5:45 p.m.,a Ford truck driven by Perrott's car received another $1000in were charged with grand theft Saturn them on Epperson Street
Merrill Hodges Jones of Starke was damages.Both day, June 21, after they were caught after the suspect almost lost control
slowing down to turn into a private riding a stolen Honda motorcycle.The of the cycle due to the condition of the EXP'sp II
driveway. Bernard John Perrott applied Tisdale and Perrott were road.
the brakes to his Oldsmobile taken to Bradford County Hospital, motorcycle was stolen- from
two-door, and the wet roadway with treated for injuries and released. Jackie Diane Herndon between 11:30: The two suspects were taken to jail
standing water on it caused Perrott'scar At about the same time, Carl Ed- p.m.on June 19 and 4:35: a.m. on June and booked on a charge of grand
to lose traction and slide into the ward Buchaunon of Orange Park applied 20. theft.
rear of Jones' truck, the brakes to the semi-truck he
Perrott was charged with travellingat was driving, it lost traction and slid On June 20 Officer Jerry Miller In- On the same day, John Allen
a speed too fast for conditions. The into another tractor-trailer unit vestigated a complaint of a motorcycle Goolsby filed a complaint that his f100
damage to his car was $1,500. The driven by Henry Thomas McKnight of driving recklessly on US-301 South motorcycle, a 1973 Suzuki, had been 1981 T2987
damage to Jones' truck was $800. Jacksonville. driven by two men who were not stolen. Shelton admitted that he had
A few minutes later, at about 6 wearing any protective head gear. taken this motorcycle also, and it was P\c\U"\ \
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the scene of the accident and appliedhis failure to use due care under especially this description on West Call Street, .! lAuto,
brakes. As he did so, his car hazardous conditions. His truck power
started to slide on the water covered received $600 in damages, and 1.1.7" 'W YB.t 30"1er sinc XLT
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