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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 2, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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said Chester Stokes president of the Stokes has told city commissioners The city council in Sept. 1980 approved -
New BMS Cafeteria Goes Up... Jacksonville-based development previous to Tuesday he has been ad- rezoning from R-1C, single

..... one of School Board Member Patricia Spengler's The new BMS cafeteria will be an extension: of the north firm. Stokes said he'd learned beforeTuesday's vised by legal counsel that he has a family medium density, to R.2A,
dreams come true this summer Ralph Mills, left, and side of the gymnasium,'and will be a full sized cafeteria, ell would meeting that the city coun good case to take to court. multi-family low density housing for
the amended
BUI Fulgham lay blocks. actually a little larger than the one at the high school. reject applicaUon The city council has now twice rejected an apartment complex on the Stanley
to place the apartment complexon the site plan of Stokes Co. Noegel property facing Orange Street
6Vi acres already zoned business- first when it was to include all 10.73 and Edwards Road adjacent to the

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t, )< 'I' 'T only the portion of the property passed 3.1 with Commissioner
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A'.1'. :,- night. already zoned BP. Schaefer dissenting. Schaefer has
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plan to place the complex just off
SR-230 and adjacent to the Bradford

Villas property. Fire Insurance Rates
"What are the wishes of the council I .
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the chairman of the councU. "You've
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i recommendation in front of you." Should Drop in Heilbroh
.} Commissioner Vernon Silcox moved -
to reject the site plan application. ,

Freshmen Commissioner Travis A re-evaluation from Class 10 to ties under homeowners type policiesby
j : i Woods seconded,.and Mayor Schaefer Class should mean lower fire in- percent,on wood frame construc-
4 .. : voted with) them. Commissioner Jimmy surance rates for residents within a tion by 16 percent, and by 10 percenton
Crosby dissented on the vote to re- three-mile radius of the Heilbron Springs masonry buildings.
ject. Volunteer Fire Department at Rates on residential properties
Commissioner Bob Milner was ab- McCarthy's garage. under dwelling type policies should go 4
.' seek Milner lain New Orleans this Word of the reduced fire insurance down 28 percent on wood frame con-
,, attending an International' 'rates was received this week in a letter struction and 16 percent on masonry
,? .L;Ki rnis': !\ $ ,,. from Robert; : .W.,Brownfield.sejt; P.P1it.rucli(1). .. ..
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meeting,that he voted to reject the Office (ISO) in Jacksonville under homeowners> type policies that
4+. ; apartment complex because Bessent a firm which sets fire' insurance Involve 16% wood frame and 10%
t t Road residents opposed it. 'Schaefer ratings for the state.. 'masonry will also receive a rate
aid he would vote to put apartmentson The new rating is effective July 1, reduction..
.. r,a l+ i most any site in the city as long a 1981, according to Brown's letter. The ISO is a firm employed by the in-
.., .. -..... ..,- -" -- resident.in the area doesn't object. area involves three road miles near surance industry to assist with
Schaefer said he received at least 20 McCarthy's Garage where the fire ratings that areas receive when
The Foundation is Ready... phone calls from Bessent Road house is located. surveyed by the insurance services
residents opposed to the project, and The should reduce fire office. The new fire rates will
new apply
...for the double-wide portable classroom to go behind hoped to have It ready by*school this fall. rating
only a few from persons favoring the insurance rates residential only to insurance that use ISO for
the at Bradford Middle Dan on proper-
gym School. Richardson of The new BMS cafeteria Is going up Just to the west of
project.
Keystone Heights will put up the new frame building. It Is where the portable classroom will stand.It's During the brief meeting, Schaefer their Other ratings insurance system.companies using /

refused to answer questions from Press Motor Out ohter than ISO rates will vary or may
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Gary Silverfieldas to why the council be different in the rates for a 9 classI-
rejected the site plan or what mightbe fication, but should be a premium
done to change it so the council Paper to be Late decrease to the policy holder within

: Really Going Up! would accept It, the limits of the Heilbron Springs fire
"I won't put the council up for ques-- Things don't always go as planned district.
tions after the vote," Schaefer told That's evident this week at the

Silverfield., Telegraph.The .
Middle School to Have Cafeteria Shortly After School StartsSeeing But after he adjourned the meeting motor on the Telegraph press
Schaefer and Silcox explained that burned up and the paper had to be
although the Stokes & Co. site plan taken to Live Oak to be printed,
After additional material l said
getting prices on Casey
is believing. And School Board Member Patricia
meets all requirements of the city At Live Oak the Suwannee CountyDemocrat's
Monday he projects the total cost of the new cafeteria at
Spengler would have to see it to believe it.She's fought for zoning regulations, that nearby press is only three sec
over five years for a cafeteria at the middle school, $42-45,000. did
residents not understand when tions. Therefore the
Casey asked the board members Monday if they Telegraph pages
Supt. Tom Casey and Operations Director Lennard of what he is doing so far. approved they bought their homes that multi- have had to be reorganized to gel
.. Register are ramrodding the new cafeteria through this I "It's borderline, I know, but I've gotta keep moving." family housing could be placed on the everything in two sections. That's
summer with local workmen and by bidding and buying Casey said, meaning he can't delay in getting prices if the property and thought the BP why the sport section is in Section B, J
material themselves. The School Board was called into a portable is to be ready for school this fall, the cafeteria classification allowed only offices or Things may be a little more mixed
special meeting Monday afternoon to approve bids for shortly thereafter. professional up than usual, and the paper may be
building materials, electrical and plumbing work, and Board member J.T. Parrish a former building contractor Woods said Stare needs apart- late getting on the street, but we hopeto ,
heating and air-conditioning. ,quickly agreed/ with the superintendent. "We've got to ments but the Bessent. Road site is make it in time for the mail routes I
Supt. Casey is getting prices locally from anybody he keep moving' Parrish said. wrong. Thursday morning.
can and going with whoever can do the job now to get the Making the cafeteria larger than originally planned left Crosby said he does not see how the If we don't you'll know why, FRIDAY.JULY3
new doublewide portable classroom for special education BMS Principal Dewey McKinney with several small city can refuse a property owner the -The Editor FOURTH JULY HOLIDAY
classes built by the time school starts. classrooms he can utilize, Casey pointed out. use of his property as it is zoned. The following businesses.
There Is no hope the cafeteria can be completed by the Food preparation at BMS will mean hot meals for the Crosby said, however, he does not will be closed: )
time school starts, Casey said Monday. But BMS students students. In addition, it will free the vo-tech cafeteria for necessarily favor the project or the OUTSIDE...... BC Courthouse, City Hall All Banks,

can eat in the same area with food satellited from the vo- the purpose it was originally intended the teaching of location. The weather forecast for this Fortune .Federal, and Telegraph
tech cafteria as has been being done until the new cooking. Food preparation classes aS( v -tech were discon- "The people who put me in office weekend calls for partly cloudy skies Have a Sale One
tinued because that cafeteria been J.
cafeteria is ready. has occupied with with a chance of thunder showers.
To be slightly larger than the high school cafeteria, the cooking for BMS. High temperatures will be In the SATURDAYJULY4COUNTRY
new building will be 1,920 square feet plus a 10 by 30 foot The vo-tech food service was orginally intended to teach lower 90s with lows near 70. DAY CELEBRATION
covered entrance on the west side of the present eating students to be short order cooks. INSIDE........ The highest temperature since last Keystone Heights 1!
\ area. The eating areas won't change; the kitchen and Casey is being kept extra busy this summer with the Two Sections Thursday was 95, on June 26, as compared Sat.. A Sun.MONDAY. .
storage rooms are what is being extended north of the present building work. It takes more than just checking on it once SECTION At with highs over 100 for the

BMS building in a while, he says.: News..,...., ... ..Pages 1A-JA previous week. Since June 28, thermometers JULY_ r .
Under a new ruling just passed the school board can In addition, the superintendent is in.the midst of budget, Real Estate & Legal.. Page 3A have failed to reach the 90 BRADFORD CO. COMMISSION
use state public education bond monies on the cafeteria, 'planning with his administrators."It's Editorial.. .... ... ..Page 4A degree mark, registering highs in the Meeting 9:30: A.M. .'
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told the board in just like launching time, Casey said of the day .
Casey Monday a surprise statement. Society k ...., ,Pages 5,4,1011 A upper 80s.Tuesday.
,That is, as long as the building is anywhere on the school when Property Appraiser Jimmy'Alvarez will have the' SECTION B: morning June 30, LAWTEY COUNCIL
board's approved building priority list sent to the State 1981 tax roll certified. Correspondence..Page *8&98 registered a low of 59, possibly a Meeting : p.m.
Department of Education. Casey was hoping Monday that the tax roll wouldn't be Sports..... .... ..... Pages 7.S&10B! record temperature.Less .
That means simply the school board won't have to free certified yet that it would be late. Briefs... ... ... .... .Page 911 than a half inch was recordedat TUESDAY.JULY1 y.
up with local property tax dollars for ,the new ,BMS However, the tax roll was certified Wednesday July 1, Obituaries .. .. ._, .... Page 98 the three fire towers Santa Fe STARKE CITY COUNCIL
cafeteria. Only $1,600 has been spent from local tax which means the school board will have to begin work now Classifieds .., .... I.. Page 10B Highland and New River, since June Meeting'7:00: p.m. ''f,
dollars so far, Casey said. on its new budget. 25. .:


Appeal Hearing Set Monday: 8 P.Dl., on Concrete Plant on US-301-S Before County Commissioners ::: .


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A public hearing is set at 8 p.m. Scott Whitehead who were listed as Whitehead and Steve Cardin came din are taking their case for a special days. The commission is not requiredto Zoning Department:
Monday. July 6, for the Bradford owners of the property.The back with a petition to the Board of exception on appeal to the County advertise appeal hearings of the The access road shall be paved to '
... a County Commission to consider an application came up for rezoning -. Adjustment making application for a Commission. First appeal of any decision Board of Adjustment decisions but is county specifications.
';; appeal of the Board of Adjustment's in March. The zoning board special exception for a concrete batch made by the Board of Adjust. doing so as a courtesy to the people, .Warning light and siren shall be In-
.denial of a special exception for a concrete recommended approval of the CI plant on the 6'/i acres classified I ment goes to the County Commission, says County Attorney Dudley Hardy.If stalled on plan to warn of excessiveair
I plant on US-3018OUth on proper classification, but recommended (intensive industrial)) Next level of appeal would be to the pressure on material storage silo
ty t owned by Scott Whitehead. against the 1 classification asked for .The zoning and planning board conducted Circuit Court. the concrete plant is approved to prevent blowoffs.
Appllcation.for the special excep-- the back portion approximately a public hearing at its regular The County Commission will hold the County Commission should Water ring shall be installed on
tion was done in the name of 6'n.acres, for the proposed concrete April 28 meeting, and made a recom- its regular meeting at 9:30: a.m. Mon. specify under what conditions the approval truck loading area.
Whitehead and Steve'Cardin, one of plant. mendation to the Board of Adjust. day, July 8, then adjourn and will be granted Commissioner the Department of
the principals of Cardin Bros., who When it went to the County Commission ment to deny the special exception.The reconvene ate p.m. Monday night for Maxie Carter said at the June 1 Environmental Regulation for .
concrete the property and the next Monday April 6, the Board of Adjustment met May 5 the hearing. The commission, at its meeting operating permit shall be made
the was The commission shouldn't act untilit
'J" plant. The property commissioners approved the CI and subsequently denied the application June 1 meeting promised Interested within 90 days, and construction shall
decides what conditions are ..
"i(' purchased from Ronnie Newman classification for the 26 acres and, not for the special exception in a 3-2 persons the hearing of the appeal for begin within 180 days after obtaining .
:' who gave Whitehead an option to pur.cbaae. < accepting the zoning board's recommendation vote. Mark Olin and -Jewell'Brown the concrete plant will be held at a necessary. Zoning Board Director permit.Screening. .
approved the I classification voted no and E.L. Matthews, Harry convenient time for working personsto L.M. Gaines recommended June 1. and buffering of
plant
J.1')( Rezoning of the 26-acre site to CI for the o'-i acres on a 4-1 vote, Hatcher,Jr., and Jim Womack voted be there. Gaines was charged with responsibility shall conform> with Section 20.13.1 or
the commercial intensive) was made in Commissioner E.W. Hodges dissen for the motion to deny the application.This 'The commission must hear appealsof of drawing up the conditions. 20132 of> Bradford County Zoning
name of Ronnie Newman ,and ting. Monday,.Whitehead and Car- the Board, of Adjustment withioneo Conditions recommended by the Regulations. "


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TELEGRAPII July 2IMI



-" .: : I July 4 Celebrations Set at Keystone Heights, ]Raiford


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No Fourth of July celebration is The race willstart Just jofsghore; '
...CII.'JpY" planned in Bradford County, but guaranteed. Phone Arnold Reed at from the beach&nd: will be&uiTbnce'laround '.J betweenlludZ en s ne you won t
Raiford and Keystone Heights are 473-4350: for information. the lake and back toWie finish'/ ", _
both hosting an array of activities and Forms for parade participants needto line., Entries'will be classified ,as to Total burs expect to be$2,000.Cracker .

". :o.Ia residents from Bradford are welcometo be picked up at Reed's Auto. Parts their speed potential l with the smaller
ta attend. for the event's line-up. and/or slower boats starting first and
Softball
""sly Keystone Heights will be having the real speedsters starting last. weekend's activitieswill
events all weekend long and Raifordis Baby Crawl Winding up the at
having a Festival and dinner on All those kids still on hands and Beach be the Cracker Softball game
lkJ Saturday. Both have planned a knees should be on hand to crawl in EntertainmentA the KRA field in Keystone. This is a

fireworks extravaganza Theme Park at 12:45: Saturday after- live band will be set up in the semi-serious game that should proveto
noon. The baby crawl will take beach pavillion at 5:30: Saturday be a fun conclusion. to a fabulous

July 4 FestivitiesAt registrants from noon til the event afternoon, sponsored by the KH fourth.If .
interested In contributing'your
begins with the
only requirement being -
Keystone HeightsMusical that the child hasn't reached. the Jaycees. pitching, catching 'or batting skills,

walking stage yet. Watermelon Eating contact Lucy Butler.
"Road to Broadway" will be First place winner will receive a Contest

presented Friday, July 3, at 8:15: p.m. trophy.A $1 will allow you to eat your way
I at the Keystone Heights Woman's carpet will be down on the ground through as many watermelons as you
.- Club. For this revue the selections so tender knees won't be,scratched.. possibly can on the way to being the Raiford Plans

Going Out of Business... chosen by David Benson director, winner of this popular event on the Chicken & Rice
and the Melrose Music Theatre range Far-out Games Keystone Beach at 5:30: Saturday
More and More people are shopping at shopping centers draining stores from "Bess, You is my Woman" from Teams will pit their athletic skillson afternoon. Gift certificates will be FireworksIn
along Call Street in downtown Starke. Foot World Shoes,where you could buy "Porgy and Bess," to South Pacific's the basketball courts beginning at awarded to first second and third Raiford, the City Council will start
shoes for less than $6.99, is of several which has been forced to close due to "
one
"There is Nothing Like a Dame. various around 7p.m.
1 p.m. Participants are still needed place In categories. serving the chicken dinner
lack of f customers. A special feature will be a solo of for this event. Applications are Jayceettes are sponsoring the con- Saturday at the,ballpark. The

"Tom morrow" from the current available at City Hall with a team fee o test. fireworks show, will begin after it gets
Once Beehive of Business Activity Broadway show "Annie," sung by13yearold of$12 or $2 for individuals. No special completely dark, probably around 9
Teresa Buz, who recently
requirements as far as athletic abilityare Awards Ceremony
took second place in the Clay County required--just. general co Trophies and awards will be p.m.Mayor J.D. Griffis wanted to thank
Call Street is Gradually Fading Away Youth Talent Show. ordination.The presented to winners in the OCD the Council members and Mr/ and
The Woman's Club is sponsoring Junior Woman's Club is sponsoring events at a presentation Saturday Mrs. Elbert Thornton for their dona-

by Julia Howard When the shoe store first opened out this performance for the benefit of the the games. Phone Tina Bullock evening at 7:30 p.m. tions of $50 each, and City Attorney
Melrose Dinner'Theatre, Inc. for details. Tom Poston will be the Master of Wayne Carroll for his $75 contribu-
of Federal Internatiional of Jackson-
BCT Staff Writer Tickets be at Ace
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may purchased Ceremonies. made the -
tion all of which Independence
ville Starke acted like kid with ,
a a
Call street of downtown Starke usedto and Village Hardware Stores in
be new toy, Curtis said. "But after three Rotary Fish Fry pay events possible.
a beehive of activity, but due to Keystone Heights Stumps Depart- The KH Rotary Club will again hold Fireworks
lack of business, store after store is months. business started droppingoff. ment Store in Starke and Rossano's in its fish fry on Keystone Beach beginn- City official Everett Fox 'will be Everyone is invited to come to the
It's a shame because Starke
closing down, including the pawnshop Melrose. Donations are $4 each. the fireworks earlier in the afternoon,
needs something like this." ing at 2 p.m. with fresh mullet, heading up display over ballpark
the discount shoe store, and The shoe store had been for on- hushpuppies, cole slaw, beans and Lake Geneva at 9 p.m. the night of the around 2 p.m., for a Festival spon-
possibly two others which declined nine open Street Dance drink served until 4 for $3. fourth. sored by the Concerned Citizens for
ly months.
comment at this time. The Jayceettes are sponsoring the this in
Proceeds from fish fry go Developmental Disability conjunction -
Robert Robinson, owner of the A-Z
street dance Friday night beginningat toward the Rotary Swim Program Golf TourneyAn with the town of Raiford's annual
Local residents to the Pawn Shop, said business has beengoing
are flocking
department stores of Bradford pretty well for him, but he is 9 p.m. in the Clay Electric Co-op beginning Monday, July 6 at the 18-hole golf tournament is set for July 4th supper and celebration.
parking lot on SR-100. beach. the first event Sunday, July 5, at the Activities include a cake walk, a
to do all of their from Gainesville and coming to
Square shopping now, Live entertainment from the
Keystone Golf and Country Club. Tee- sponge throw, balloon games, sackraces
Call Street Starke every day has been too much
one
employee says. Shiners band will provide top 40 and off is from 7 a.m. to 2 with a ill bean balance and a Country
p.m.
He is down after Show ;
"The main part of town is the shop driving. too, closing and western music until 1 Skydiving
country Carts and need
entry fee. are extra to Store.
ping center now," Wanda Curtis, the having been open for only one year. a.m. Four area skydivers will make a
only employee left at Foot World But he said he was not glad to be leav- colorful landing on the beach at 4 p.m.. be reserved ahead of time by phoning Tickets are being sold currently fora
Shoes said. "The downtown area is ing. "We like it here. It's a nice Antique car show Don't miss this exhibit of skillful 4734540. Also phone for tee time sug- drawing on a Browning Automatic
chairman Ronnie
gests tourney
just dead." place. Cars from the past will be on maneuvering by experts from over Harper: 12 gauge shotgun and a quarter of
display for judging purposes and Lake Geneva. beet cut and wrapped. the drawingsfor

Fewer Building Permits Issued observers alike at the field west of the Air Show these prizes will be held at the
I Clay Electric warehouse on SR-100 Sailboat RacesA Stunts and aerobatics performed by Festival at 8 p.m. You do not have to
from 9a.m. until 1 p.m. Saturday. The new event for this year's Fourthof Bill Hunter and added sky surpriseswill be present to win.Effsctive.
Indicates Construction SlowdownIndication line of automobiles will join the street July celebration is the sailboat begin over Lake Geneva Sunday

of a slowdown in new totaling $133,500 held close to the 19 parade beginning at 11 a.m., then will races to begin on Lake Geneva.at 4 afternoon prior to the boat races.-Air

construction in Bradford County was unit total for April, and 18 in May. return to the field for judging between p.m.All different classes of sailboats .show begins at 12:45: p.m.Robert June 29
evident in June when building per Two commercial permits were noon and 1 p.m. twill be competing for the In- Sholtes will join Hunter as they cavortin

mits issued by the county zoning of- issued in June for a total of $62,500. Street Parade dependence Cup in addition to five the skies over the crowds. Marvin M. Slott, D.D.S.
fice totaled $378,400 a drop of almost They were construction of a new office The Our Country Day parade will first class trophies.
$100,000 under the average for. the building for Griffin Industries begin winding its way down Lawrence cup oral & Maxlllofacfal Surgeon
first five months of 1981. (protein plant) on Road 221 near Boulevard beginning at 11 a.m. Boat Races
Six single family dwellings accounted Hampton, and an additional buildingat Grand Marshal] of the street paradethis The ever-popular excitement of Announces the re-location of his
for $262,300 of the total, com- Crosley Mfg. Co. on U.S. 301 South. year is long-time Keystone THI BRADFORD power boat racing begins at the beachat office at Doctors Park behind No.
pared to an average of 12 SFD starts Heights resident. Bill Belote who will COUNTY TELEGRAPH 1:15: p.m. Sunday. Ken and Kathy Fla. Regional Hosp.
per month issued during the past Fees collected by the office totaled be heading up the procession.If Published vary Thursday Garrison head up this event, with Ken
year. $1,849. a slight drop from the $1,876 an entry has not been scheduledby at IM W. Call Str*t racing this year as he did in the 1980 6510 NW 9th Blvd., Suite 4

Sixteen new mobile home permits collected in May. the afternoon of Thursday July,2, Stark, Florida 3201 race.. Gainesville Fla.
Eleven classes from hydros to 377-2016

Scand Claus paataga paid at unlimited outboards will be racing,

I Fire Insurance Stark,FloridaSubscription with drivers coming from North
City Ratesby May Co Up
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Raton St. Edwards Church Hall

Andy DenonnBCT fires by telephone and volunteers are Hydrants Get Good Grade In trad"araat.00 six( $9.00 month.par yar
notified their belts.A .
by pagers worn on BiNGOEvery
Staff Writer central method of of Hydrant tests show Starke received
notifying .
Fire insurance rates in the City of firemen is done at the fire station, according 1.56 out of a possible points. Oulild, trad ....,$10.00 pr yaar I "
Starke may be increased because of a to Hardee. The survey showed that Stark. has $S.IO six month Saturday 7:30 P.M. ...
change in classification' after ''a "All fires should be recorded," 145 hydrants that include 103 six-inch 411 N. Temple Ave., Starke.''Fla"
survey conducted by the Insurance Lazenby said. mains and 42 four-inch mains.' It
Services Office in Jacksonville, according stated that the SFD needs to do more

to information presented to Only One Engine Per Fire pressure tests each year.
the Starke City Commission at a "We inspected 10 of the hydrantswith
special meeting Thursday, June 4. Starke got a 1.4 out of a possible 10 nine checking out alright and one
Robert W. Brown and Clayton because they do not have enough having a deficiency according, to
Lazenby presented information which engine companies, according to Brown.In .

showed that, based on a scale of 1 to Brown. explaining the survey Lazenbysaid
Starke in 7 "Starke must have two engine companies what Is
10, was placed a category.A "We evaluate providedto
which are based in the city roll
previous survey which was conducted us."
in 1971 placed Starke in on a fire call Brown said. Brown pointed out that his firm

category 6. He pointed out that the On a question by Hardee, Brown writes a letter to the city surveyed -
lower the classification, the less confirmed that Starke would get moreif within 30 days after the survey is
residents pay for fire insurance. they rolled both engines to all fires. completed, and the City of Starke will
"The rates have not been changedas "If you put more men on duty, you have 90 days in which to answer the lltstl ;l\
yet. We will give the City of Starkea would almost be guaranteed getting survey. He pointed out what steps r 1 .
J
chance to get class 6 back," Brown additional credit Lazenby said. have been taken to correct the defi- :IJ'IJI1( :
said. The survey showed that the SFD ciencies before final steps are taken'to '' "'1',111 I
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The lower fire insurance rating was graded on equipment and change a city's classification. .
resulted because the city rolls only pumper capacity on the trucks, according Brown indicated that he would send ,/"

one fire truck per fire (the main to Lazenby.Fire materials to the SFD In' which they -- -

criticism), does not have enough department pumper tests could obtain a manual to help with
firemen, does not have a reserve should be done at least once a year preventing fire insurance rates from
and a lack of training and Lazenby said.Pumpers being increased.
facilities. Water hydrants and water were not tested on a

flow received good rating. regular basis, so SFD only got 80 per-
Brown and Lazenby went over the cent credit on the survey. The tests
entire report point by point with the should be conducted once a year for t.
commission but refused to give the City three years Brown said, and then
of Starke a copy of the report. Vice- SFD would get full credit for the tests. 3

Mayor Jimmy Crosby, Jr., objectedto
( this. Short on ManpowerTrainingMore

credit will be given to SFD if 'The Beach
I
Not Enough Phones the department increases the numberof

Listed in Book paid firemen. Bag" 0

One of the categories where Starke Brown pointed out that the depart- i.Y
lost points was the manner in which ment needs more training and needsto : ui1i
the Starke Fire Department's (SFD) spend its idle time working on its

telephone numbers were listed in the training programs. .
local directory, according to Brown. The survey pointed out that the ...
He stated that the city needs more department needs a drill tower, fire SAVE 15% >

than one line listed, according to the building, library, and training slides, FAMILY BEAC -'"
regulations that Brown's staff went according to Brown. FUN DAYSGet
by in conducting the survey of the Standards show that the department to one of Florida'sfavorite
away
local fire department. should have eight half day drills family resorts and

You da( not have a reserve per year. Brown said. Two of the save 15% on our already
line," Brown said. drills should be at night, he said, and
emergency reasonable rates. No charge for
four of the should feature multi- \
Assistant Fire Chief Dewayne eight children under 18.
Hardee explained that the SFD has company drills.Training Family fun package includes tremendoUSrusticOa
time should feature 20
two telephone numbers. On one
calls in fires. The hours a year per member and should free oranges a beach bag ii '
/, 964-7110. the public loaded with beach toys, plus y i ){
other number.. 9647116. is a business include leadership driver and daily activities for children.To .
operator training according to the ot tbegreatest
for other calls.
phone confirm your"The Beach Is one '
Hardee stated that if a fire is calledin survey. buys
My Bag" family reservation,
number and Each recruit should have 240 hoursof
the fire a person
on |lust send a daposit and stay
calls in at the same time with another training.The '
two days or more.
fire, the call will automatically come City of Starke got a 2.2S ratingof
through on the business phone. a possible 9 in this category.The CALL TOLL FREEIN e"er
Lazenby cited the fact that SFD survey also cited the fact that FLORIDA r 1'60'
does not record all of its fire calls and Starke has no fire building no three rf:. 800.342.5620OUTSIDE'FLORIDA ,390y

stated that a recording system must story drill building, an incomplete

..e set up. library manuals. and incomplete training 800-874-7420 double dresser, ,mlrror. $36 Vao

"The for e), 4-drawerchest and panel' bed, only
more training you provide
Not Enough OperatorsThe the department the more credit you 6$ rn: '
survey cited the fact that the will get" Brown said. This handsome new suite 'from orida' has a :look all llts own

SFD has one member on duty at a "We will try to get fire college to BEACH LODGE It's. eclectic! not t Colonial I lj not Contemporary t hot Ranch
time even though records show they provide training," Hardee said. "All 1601 S. Atlantic Ave. Rustic but Oak l-istead. a touch h unique! Finished in
It lends
is films." New Symrna Beach Fla. 32069 itself to any decor with a
have two members on duty who work we are getting now training
that's
quality rare and a price that's
unbelievably low
24-hour shifts. One fireman sleeps "New operator training programs Discounts do not apply to !

while the other stays awake. need to be conducted for 40 hours" special events or holidays. Matching night stand $6.4.95DENMARK
The SFD received 2.79 out of a Brown said. gift bag per family.

; possible,3.0 in thia categul'Y. .
I
; Method Flow Test Not a Problem j": ..t- FURNITURE
or Fires .
Dispatching ;;
The Flow test is not a problem, accor- /. 1\:\ ., : .
: survey showed that an average '
ding to Brown
of 48 percent of the SFD members "We did an analysis independent of .\.. 434 W. Call St. stark, Fla9e4 .
responded t 141
fires. the fire and found out itwas .
: Fire Chief Bobby Lewis pointed out"that not a department problem" he said. ... .. .... 626 Established,rt'V923( 9645827PageZA
; paid members are notified of
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I Hospital's New OataProcessing: System Called 'Tremendous' I


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by Julia Howard O'Steen and approved by the board. be located and when a bankruptcy Cranford Law Hospital of Nursing, general expenditures, and the cast AGII Linen Service _
"We've condensed our policy for notice Is received and a claim: is filed. and received her bachelors degree flow budget. The list will be refined Cheaper Better QualityOn
BCT Staff Writer and and ranked In order of necessity Os _
masters _
_
Osteen reported that the first degree from the Univer- __
The the public Into one will
conversion to the new data pro- page so they of teen said: June 15, BCH terminated the
sity Florida.
the of the roof
cessing know how their financial transactions phase $12,000 ,
system at Bradford She linen service from Dixie Linen Ser
Hospital will be handled and to reduce'surprlsea" repairs Is completeti and has has served as assistant professor -
has which 33
been "tremendous'hospital vices was charging per
In _
withstood several with pediatric and AGllllelicopter
downpours no nursing as
about financial obliga.' _
administrator pound and was sending BCH un-
Rip Osteen leaks. Phase II is delayed until the air assistant professor and dean
acting 1
said and it is tions to the hospital, Osteen stated. Operational Aug. satisfactory linens.
functioning
as an-
"We are trying to tell conditioing units can be removed for for the College 'of Nursing at the The AGH ambulance helicopter ser *
ticipated in handling billing and collection people up Now AGH is providing the BCH
of
methods. front what we expect out of them and refitting. University Florida. vice will become operational Aug. 1. linen services for 22t per pound and _
The how we will treat them he said. Critical repairs have been made to The lands in front of the
accounts payable, general helicopter the quality of the linen has Improved.
ledger, and AIR all are operational. BCH will go over the policy with the the operating room air conditioners Hospital Appearance hospital on the unpaved road and I They now receive fitted mattress _

The conversion to the McAuto system i patient/guarantor before he is admit- which make the temperature Being UpgradedIn critical patients who need their ser pads which make the beds cooler and

was completed after the payroll June ted, and he will be given a copy of it tolerable which is until order the arrives.replacement unit trying to upgrade the appearance vice can be transported in 10 to 12 will be getting colored bedspreadswhich _____

25."The for his records. on of the hospital, the floors minutes. will briehten patients' rooms.

BCH staff the Alachua The board also adopted Osteen's Judy Moore Named have been refinished and glossed by

General Hospital staff, and the' proposed "Criteria for Charge-off<< to Director of Nursing ,AGH staff during their off hours. Apartment Plan Rejected (from page IA .

McAuto staff have truely worked Bad Debts." which he said gives the Judy Moore, R.N.,has accepted the "They are doing a good job. and you -
wonders. in changing to the new patients accounts personnel firm' position of Director of Nursingand can see they have lots of pride in it plexes because of the people involved but the city council June 16 denied the
which is of the P&Z: board to _
system Osteen told the beginning to rub off on other 'recommendation
Bradford guidance in doing their job and gives she will function also as the Assistant being against them.
Hospital Board at its June people here, Osteen said ,change the land use map to permit
meeting. the the
policy necessary force to con Administrator of the managementteam. The long delayed application was the 270 foot
"They have done a fine job In getting vince the people who owe monies to She is now at AGH for orientation first presented to the P&Z commis- multi-family housing Central on Florida

that together and getting the the hospital that the bills are payable. for four weeks and will join the Capital EquipmentNeeds sion in March for a public hearing to wide strip. The North Council

machine working for them." "1 want this so there won't be any staff in late July. Top $600,000The rezone 270' feet on Bessent Road from Regional author Planning of the city's com- _____
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doubt about what we will charge off to Moore Is from Melrose where she estimated figure from depart- RIA to B?. The P&Z board determined ( and land
use map.
Billing. Collections bad debt," Osteen told the board. lives with her husband Robert and ment heads for the budget for capital the property didn't need to be I'prehensive plan stand did city at- _

Policy Approved by Bd. j' Two examples of "Criteria for five children. equipment exceeds $600,000 for the rezoned because it was less than 50 took the same Pierce in as two opinions. _

A new"Hospital Billing and Collec- Charge-off to Bad Debt" are when the Moore Is a well-rounded and well- period ending September 1984. This percent of a larger parcel already ,torney George commissioners disagreed. _

tions Policy was proposed by, guarantor/patient moves and cannot prepared nurse. She attended theLEGALS' includes capital) expenditures, zoned BP under the same ownership, 'however City but suggested to Chester -. __ __ __

f Stokes and Gary Silverfield, principals -

I of Stokes & Co., that an amended I
.
', site plan on the smaller parcel be

submitted to the zoning board on June

I NOTICE I rVINTENTION Judicial Circuit of the Gilbert S. Brawn', as A parcel of land containing 26 minutes and 30 Doted this 12th day of .m.nt D, Pohokee. 23, which was approved at that
relief demanded In the ___
State of Florida In and Clerk of the Circuit called meeting __
5.26 meeting. At a special
acres lying seconds West parallel June, A.D. 1981 In Clay, Florida 33476. Petition. _
TO REGISTER for Bradford County. and Court by: Faye N. In Lots 3, 4, 5 and 6 of with the Northerly boundary Florida. 6/18 4tchg 7/9. YOU ARE HEREBY WITNESS hand and of the city commissioners Tuesday

FICTITIOUS you are requested to Whitehead,' Deputy Davis Brothers and of sold Lots '5, 6. NOTIFIED that an action seal this 24th my day of night June 30, this proposal was re-
NAME serve a copy of your Clerk. Subdivision and 7. 1335.32 feet to .
an
Truby' according IN THE CIRCUIT for Adoption has been June 1951.GEORGE. jected.Stokes
written defenses, If any 6/11 4tchg7/2. to plot recordedIn Iron pipe located on the' COURT EIGHTH filed and you are required & Co. has a total of 10.73 _
Pursuant to Section to It, on the petitioner Deed Book E. 680 boundary of the L. CARLISLE apartment
Page Easterly JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF to serve a copy ot acres for the proposed _
869.09 Florida Stotut.. whose nome and address INTENTION'TO NOTICE OF' of the public records of right-of-way of State FLORIDA IN AND FOR your written defenses, If As Clerk of Said Court. complex but only some six acres zon _

notice Is h.r.by giventhat "It, SANDRA REGISTER Bradford County, Florida Road No. 200 (U.S. 301)); BRADFORD'' COUNTY any to It. on the Petltloner's 6/25 4ftrig 7/16. edBP.
the undersigned CRAVEN 1224 N. being more particularly thence North 9 degrees FLORIDA. attorney whose NOTICE OF
GARDEN LIQUORS INC.I Thompson St.\ Starke, FICTITIOUS described as 'follows: 01 minute and 04 CIVIL ACTION name and address Is J.J. INTENTIONTO Lillian Needs
N. T.mpl. Av., Starke. Florida 32091 and file the NAME Commence at a concr.t.monum.nt seconds East along lastoforesoid Case No. 81-198. WOLBERT JR. of
Fl. 32091. sol. owner 'original with the clerk of located the REGISTER
at Easterly boun TIMOTHY DALE WOLBERT. SAXON 5'
business und.r the the above styled court on Pursuant to SectionB65.O9 FICTITIOUS 22O $10 Bills
doing NE corner of Section 7, dary. 265.0 feet to an RORFRTS. Husband AND MIDDLETON. STARKE.
firm of JESSIE'SLOUNGE or before, August H. Florida Statutes, NAME
name 7 South thence
Township Rang. Iron pipe, South FLORIDA
MARTHA DIANNA
32091.
1981), otherwise notice Is hereby given on or Lillian Stump needs 220 ten dollar -
a Judgment
N. TempleAve. -
22 East and run South 89 degrees, 58 minutes ROBERTS. Wife. before July 23. 1981 and
.. Stark., Fl, 32091. may be ..nt.redagaln.t that the undersigned 013'40"" West along the and 20 seconds East '. NOTICEOF file the original with the Pursuant to Section bills..that is, she needs them to meet
Intends to register said you," for the relief DIANA L.' NOVOTNY Easterly boundary parallel with the Nor 865.09. Florida Statutes, the year's quota for the Bradford
SUIT- clerk of this court either
fictitious name und.r th.provIsIons demanded In the com and ROBERT L. COOPER, thereof 215.0 feet to aconcrete th.rly boundary of said NO PROPERTYTO before service on petitioner's notice Is hereby given County's share of the American
of aforesaid plaint or petition. co-owners doing monument at Section 71294.38 feet to Dale immediately that the undersigned.CARL Cancer Society's annual fund drive.
:
Timothy attorney or
statute. WITNESS my hand and business under the firm the NE corner of Lot 5 of the point of beginning. Roberts, c/o Rose Morris thereafter; R. PETERSON. 118S. Bradford County is $2,200 short of
the seal of this Court name of OTSEGO CEDAR Thompson St., Starke' ,
Dated this 9th day of on its
sold subdivision for pointof i Anderson reaching quota Miss Stump says.
LOG Yardage otherwise a judgementwill FL sole do.
HOMES of NORTHWEST 32091.
June 29 1981. owner
Jun. A.D. 1981 In Bradford
beginning. From pointof has been filed againstyou Shop 2693 Ballo Ferry be entered for the So far, county residents have donated
Gilbert S. Fl., Intends to ing business under the
Brown. As
Florida. 6/11 4tpd said fictitiousname beginning thus Edgar H. Dukes and Rd., Anderson California relief demanded In the firm of "PAGEONE" $6,558. Still needed is $2.197."Won't .
Clerk of the register name
Court
7/2 By: "
described run North3r58'20" required to mail check ?
you are 96007. a
you today
Beulah M. Moody, os under the provisions petition. 118 S. ThompsonSt.
I I. Charles Scha.f.r.Mayo.CommllSlo".r Deputy Clerk. of aforesaid West parallelwith serve a copy of your 'YOU ARE HEREBY WITNESS my hand and Starke FL 32091 Intends Miss Stump asks, to the Bradford
of 7/2 4tpd 7/23. statute. the Northerly boundary written defenses, if any NOTIFIED that an action the seal of said Court on to register said f fictitious County Chapter of the American
the City of Starke, Doted this 5th day of of said Section 7. to It on the plaintiff's attorney for Dissolution of marriage June 16, 1981. name under the Cancer Society, 1199 Bessent Road.

Florida by virtu. of the NOTICE oF"INTENTION June, A.D. 1981 In 771.97 feet to an iron whose name and has been filed Gilbert S. Brown provisions of aforesaid Starke, FL 32091.

I Authority vested to me Crestvlew, Florida. 6/18 pipe" : thence SouthO'O1'40" address .li GEORGE H. against you and you are Clerk, As Clerk of said statute. Bradford County has a record of

by low. do hereby call a TO REGISTER .4tpd 7/9. West 296.98 PIERCE P.O. 'Drawer required to serve a copy Court By: Faye N. Dated this 23rd day of meeting its quota Miss Stump says,
First Primary Election to FICTITIOUS feet; thence South 1030. Storke.' Florida of your written defenses, Whitehead As Deputy June, A.D. 1981 in Brad. and she doesn't want 1981 to be a year
be held at the City Hall NAME IN THE CIRCUIT 89"5B'2O" East parallel I 32091 and file the If any to It. on the plain Clerk ford Florida. 6/2S 4tchg when the county fails to meet Its
in the foresald City by ,COURT; EIGHTH with aforesaid Northerly original with the Clerk of tiff's attorney whose 6/l84tchg7/9. 7/16
qualified voters on Tues Pursuant to Section JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN boundary 770.86 feet to I the above styled Courton name and address Is quota.

n, day. September 8. 1981 865.09. Florida Statutes, AND FOR BRADFORD aforesaid Easterly boundary or before July 16, George H. Pierce, P.O. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT NOTICE OF APPLICATION .

A.D., for the purpose of notice is hereby given COUNTY. FLORIDA. : thence North093'4O" 1981; otherwise, a Drawer 103O Stark., FOR CLAY COUNTY, FOR TAX DEED
II electing the following officers that the undersigned CIVIL ACTION East, along said judgement may be Florida 32091, and file FLORIDA NOTICE IS HEREBY ed. C,N. Williams NOTICE OF

'0 : EWELl F. CRAFT. Rt. 2, Case No. 81-273CA.. Easterly boundary 296.98 entered against you for the original with the CIVIL ACTION GIVEN that MARY LOU All of said property INTENTIONb.lng
Box 558., Stark., Fl. In re: The Marriage of feet to the point of the relief demanded In clerk of the above styled CASE NO. 80-SOS-CA GREEN the holder of the In. the County of TO REGISTER

CITY CLERK-For Two 32091, sole owner doing WILLIAM MILTON beginning.ALSO the Complaint or p.tI. court on or before, July In re'k: The marrlaga of following certificates has Bradford State of FICTITIOUS

yearsPOLICE business und.r the firm GILLILAND Husband tion. I 16. 1981, otherwise a EDGER THIGPEN. Husband filed said certificates for Florida NAME
CHIEF-For name of CRAFT'S and FANNIE LOUISE A parcel of land containing Witness my hand and judgment may be and MARGARETflIIGEN. a tax deed to be issued

Two Years GILLILAND Wife. 7.69 acres, more seal of this Court on June entered against you for : Wife.NOTiCE thereon The certificate Unless such Pursuant to Section
ONE COMMIS. SALVAGE, Rt. 2. Box. NOTICEOF or less, lying In Lots 5, 6, 9. 1981. the relief dernanded' In OFACTION numbers and years of issuance certificates certificate shall be 865,09, Florida Statutes,
558 Stark.Fl.32091. Intends or
SIONER-Group 2 For SUIT and 7 of Davis Brothers Gilbert S. Brown; 'asi the' complaint or peti the descriptionof redeemed notice ,is hereby given
to said fictitious according to
Two Years. register TO: WILLIAM MILTON and ,Truby't Subdivision I i Clerk of the Circuit tion.SfeWWrfcESS. TOMargaret: Thigpen the property-, and-the' low the prepertydescribthat 'the undersigned.
ONE COMMISSIONER name. under the .GIllllAND., General 0*. per plat thereof ,|. ur.by| : Fay.O/J'/ !. -my hand and Stackhouser MacMahonStreet. names In which It ;was,it l'ed''; in such JOE and 'AITZE AAIAO.
.. certificate
4...' I -Group 4 For provl.Ion54'OforesaId '' Delivery, Birmingham. ; recorded. In Deed Book E, Whitehead Depbty, ,/It.i..edI/I this Court on Starke, Florida assessed are as follows: ,certificates will be sold or 2317 N. Temple' Ave.

Two Years. statute.Dated. Alabama. Page 6BO of the public, ,Clerk. June<10.''198 I. 32091. Certificate No. 130. to the bidder Stark.. Fl. 32091. joint
this 5th day of YOU ARE HEREBY records of Bradford 6/11 4tchg 72.NOTICE highest at
< Gilbert S. Brown As YOU ARE NOTIFIED Year of Issuance 1969 the owners doing business
house door
June, A.D 1981 In Bradford court on
Inspectors for said NOTIFIED that On action County. Florida; said Clerk of the -Court, By: that a Petition to Modify Description or the 22nd of under the firm nome of
Florida. OF rroper- day July
election: 6/11 4tpd for Dissolution of marriage parcel being more par, Marian McRae, as Deputy Final Judgment of ty: 1981. SLEEPY HOLLOW MOTEL,

Irma Buford. Annie P. -7/2. has been filed ticularly described as INTENTIONTO REGISTER Clerk. Dissolution of Marriage SI/. of SW'/ of SW'/' 2317 N. Temple Ave.,
Holton. Barbara Valln- IN THE CIRCUIT against you and you are follows: I 6/18 4tchq 7/9. has been filed againstyou EX R/W. SEC. 30, Star..... Fl. 32091 intends
1 required to serve a copy FICTITIOUS in the above,named Dated this 1 let day of said "ctitiou.GILBERT .
ski Elna Schaf fer, Marbo COURT, EIGHTH NAME IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Township 7 S.. Range 22. to register
Whittle, Ella Mo. Cha. JUDICIAL COURT OF of your written defenses. Commence at a concrete ,OF THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Court. and you ore required Name in which assess- June, 1981. name under the provisions
If to FANNIE LOUISE monument locatedat I i 5, BROWN.
Grace any to serve a of of aforesaid
Blalock copy
I tain. Faye FLORIDA IN AND FOR '
GILLILAND whose address the NE corner of Sec. Pursuant to Section CIRCUIT IN AND FOR answer or pleadingto CLERK, by Beulah I M. statute.Clerk .
Beat Kay Carter Ruby BRADFORD COUNTY, your
Howell. CASE NO. 81206. Is: Post Office Box lion 7, Township 7 South 863.09 Florida Statutes, BRADFORD COUNTY' the Petition on thePetitioner's Moody Dated this 24th day of
573.' Hawthorne Florida 22 East and run notice Is hereby given FLORIDA. of Circuit Court
Alternates: CIVIL ACTION Range attorn.y.RICHARD June, A 0. 1981 i in Brad
George Muggins,. FLORIDA BANK AT 32640. and file the South 0 degrees 13 that the undersigned CIVIL ACTION, E. WelTY, P.O. of Bradford County' ford Florida. 6/25 4tchg.
I Haven Swink. original with the clerk of minutes and 40 secondsWest. EILEEN KANGAS. Rt. 1. Cote No. 8I-278CA.. Box 995 Starke, Florida Florida. 6/18 4trS9 7/16.

In Testimony whereof, STARKE Plaintiff the above styled court on along the Easterly Box 559L2, Keystone In Re.: The Adoption of 32091.: and file, the
before, 23 1981. thereof 511.98 Heights Fl. 32656. sol.own.r. SHAWN ERIC NASWOR- .
I hereunto subscribe I or July boundary original answer or I __
my vs 'JOEL S. I
and of theSeal otherwise a judgmentmay feet to on Iron pipe for doing businessunder THY. by pleading In the office of
name cause ROBERT HUGH EDEN- .
tit of the town to be FIELD and EFFIE be entered against, the point of beginning.From the firm name ofEILEEN'S BOLANTE. his stepfather the Clerk of the Circuit ERAFRULKNER .
hereuntooffixed this the you 'for the relief point of beginningthus CUT AND CURL. Court in and for Clay
BEATRICE EDENFIFLD, his
of June. 1981, demanded In the Petition. described continue Rt. 1 Box 539L2.Keystone Petitioner. County. Florida on or
I 30th day wife, Fl. NOTICE OF
titIi Ii A.D. Defendant. South 0 degrees. ,13 Heights ACTIONTO before July 27, 1981. I IRALPH
Intends toregister
Charles Schaefer, NOTICEOF WITNESS my hand and minutes and 40 seconds 32656. said fictitious RALPH ARTHUR If you fail to do so. REALTY
' Mayor-Commissioner. SUIT the seal of this Court on West along said Easterly, : judgment by default will
i JR. 234'/t
NASWORTHY
the ,
under provlslons -
this 12th of June, nome
I ATTEST: Merrill Ed- NO PROPERTY day boundary. 243.12 feet to of aforesaidstatute. I East Third Street Apart. be taken against you for : : mi
\ words. City Clerk.Qualifying TQr ."...rl Munli F.I.._ 1981. a concrete monument; .I.---Y-1 9S4-50&5 I |J|
.
t' time)for the li.ii and; jfi8.;tr Gilbert S. Brown. As thence, South 89 degrees. -- --- --- w

I I above offices opens July Ed.nflId 1350 S. Tread- Clerk of the Court By: Estate ... .... p.
:, 7. 1981 and closes at 12 way. #37,AbiI., ..Texas Fay. N. Whitehead. as lalph Bryan Real ,

:, noon July 21, 1981. 79602. Deputy CI.rk.

;8' 7/2 4tchg 7/23. YOU ARE HEREBY 6/18 4tpd 7/9. BRYAN REAL ESTATE 221 Lafayette Acrets from Wishbone
Office Space For Rent
,
1 IN THE CIRCUIT NOTIFIED that an Action IN THE CIRCUIT 310 W. Call St.
for Mortgage OFFICE HOURS
COURT. EIGHTH ,
j JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Foreclosure hat been tiled COURT.JUDICIAL CIRCUIT EIGHTH OF ,' ,\, (Cor. US 301 .& Call St.) Monday Friday i Saturday- 3

FLORIDA. IN AND FOR againit you and you ANYTIME
964-8788
FLORIDA IN AND FOR
I BRADFORD COUNTY.' or. required to ..",.> a BRADFORD COUNTY, \," Real Estate Buys BROOKER ARIA-Nice concrete block home on .'/. acres.

I FLORIDA. copy of your written CASE NO. 81.266 CA. \ MONDAY.FRIDAY9-5 p.m. SA TURD Y 9-12 Highway on 2 sides with extra septic, well and light pole

iI'' Case No. 81-291 CA. defences, I If f any to It, on D.M. HALE. JOHN P. : EVen/ng/ and Sunday appointment for another bomesite.

II In Re: The Marriage of ,the plaintiffs attorney, HALE and EARL L.FERENCE. Ralph' P. Bryan REALTOR
SANDRA CRAVEN. Peti whose name and ad. Plaintiff. REDUCED TO 45500. NINE ACRES on Hwy 100 East. Nice
tioner/Wife dress is G.org. H. bedroom home and 2 barn. Included. Large
ve three
and Pierce, P,O. Drow.r. COUNTRY CLUB Like new.3 BR 2 Bath Fern. Room with Included.
EDGAR H. DUKES., for business Mobile home hook.up
set
building.
RAYMOND ASHLEY 1030 Slarke. Florida Defendant. fireplace cent heat/air w/w carpet closed garage, up

CRAVEN. 32091 and file the NOTICEOF $17,000 equity A assume SSO.OOO mortgage at 13%, total _

Respondent/Husband original with the CI..k'of prlcO67.000.
SUIT WANT A GOOD MOTEL with HIGH INCOME ond GOOD
NOTICEOF the above styled court.on PROPERTYTO .
ACTION or before July 11. : EDGAR H. DUKES. WALK TO TOWN/bonk/post office/church 2 bedroom FINANCING Call us for details.

TO: RAYMOND ASHLEY 1981 ; otherwise, a 341 Old Farm Rood. 1 bath block home- central heat/air-Sep.dining roomS
CRAVEN. whose 'judgement t may b..n.r.d Milton. Massachusetts. -t /RORIMtIlMrt lam. room 129,100 (Existing 1st mortgage appro. TWO BEAUTIFUL one acre homesltes between Keystoneand

residence li unknown. against you for YOU ARE' HEREBY $11,500 @I"'%). Molrose. GOOD TERMS.
I, the, relief demanded In
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that an Actionto
'the Complaint or Patl. fr9 BUILDING LOTS In the city with terms.
NOTIFIED that an action foreclose a mortgageon ;. -3 ACRES just out of city limits. Zoned for homes or
for Dissolution. of marriage lion. the 'following proper'ty 864-7700 mobile homes. 7000.
has been filed ,Witness my hand and In Bradford County IS93 N. Temple Ayenujfl IAKI BROOKLYN 30 ACRE FARM with SBR. 1B brick home neitled under
t against In the Circuit leal of this Court on Jun. Florida ( I lot. .. beautiful magnolias chestnuts, aialeas. 24 acres
t
: you : Approximately ecre MINT CONDITION Inside and out en almost 1 Iocr. In pecans
SI i Court of the Eighth 3. 1981. 1 Acre lot, 93.000 with .Sparkling water beautiful I town-3 BR 2 full baths. Block home LR f am. Rm. .Cent. In pasture, 4 acres In nice pines.. Partially fenced. GOOD

$300.00 dawn payments view.. 27000. Heat/air Almost new stove Ref.; dishwasher TERMS.

I3J.2S monthly. I $45.000. RAIFORD A.IA-W. have several lots, homes and
J JUST REDUCED
6
Set
Public July
Hearing 11 ec. for.... conc. blk: 3 2 city lets an Orange Neat 2 1R Frame. Coo Lot creened-l front perch acreage. to choose from.

I. '.._m, 2 bath home with Street. $ .300 Owner closed In back porch. 22500.
end NOTHING BUT SHADE en this beautiful four bedroom 2
8:00 P.M. all appliances some Financing..
turn an. St. paved Rd. 225. -2/i' acres SS.OOO S Acre St.OOO Terms. bath home located the city on 1." seres.


On 301-S Concrete ,Plant 1 Ac.,' with trailer, near This OWNER 3 bedroom FINANCING, 1 bath SR230C 5'/ acres .'fine itrend of harveitable timber INVESTMENT PROPERTIES-Shopping center site, office

Crosby Lake. completely restored homeIs surveyed for 1 lot subdivision $22.300. buildings. store buildings rental property and commercial -

located en a nice corner sites on 301.

The Bradford County.Commission will hold a public 3 tt home furnished, let. 27500. Approv.t 20 acres US 301 goes to Railroad Wooded '
Good location. SI I.SOO acreTerms..
20 ACRES per
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8 6 in the com separate apartment to $3.000 per A. with terms.
hearing at pm. Monday, July county ,rent to help meke ,HANDYMAN SPECIAL

mission meeting room In the Bradford County court payments. ,2 Bedroom home with -10 .Acres wooded pine $22.000 end $24.000 with THREE BEDROOM, two both brick veneer.. home en 10

house to consider a Special Exception an Intensive owner farms. $10,000. terms. ACRES..
7/19 ec. St. Rd. U lest,
Industrial zoning classification for a concrete plant on $1.000. EXICUTIVIHOMI -1 Acre mobile Home let 3000. OWNIR FINANCING AVAILABLE AT 10% on this Pour

\ property on US-301 south of Starke. :3 bedroom. 2 bath home. bedroom. t'/t I both home on ONE ACM.Apartments .

The I.U ac. acrese. from W.I... Great location.. guesthouse WI HAVE OTHER LISTINGS-CALL US FOR ALL YOUR REAL Per Rent
application for the Special Exception is made by
Flee Mkt., 14.000. Owner Included. 75000. ESTATE NEEDS.
Steve Cardin and Scott Whitehead 'under the, Zoning will finance.Ivenlngst CALL US AT 447M$ _ANYTIME DAY OR NIGHT II Property Management ServitesAppraisals '

Ordinance of Bradford The I Terry A. Gelnes-782-3988 ,
County. Special I
Exceptionhas Please cell Key C. Waters-,........ AFTER HOU.Sllillon Susan M.FaulknerREALTOR64S045Irene .

been denied by the Board of Adjustment and is on Vernle Odo.... BrokerGRI. Eileen Stanley-4733049Petsy : C. Pearson Nevis, Ward I. Faulkner RIAITOR-ASSOOATI-944-SI41

appeal to, the County Commission.. I I Phone '*4-M7e.' y yI Lewsen-944-4927 Breker/Selesman ,Broker/Salesmen Lucille Spry-BROKER SALISMAN.% .142O

Ittks lit J... Kelly. Asseclete I Corner of U.S. 301 South, Office Manager W4-/4S4. Alison. Graudons-$AICSMAN-M4-S1U

I Lynn D...... Associate I II I and Edwards Road 44-3311 Sandra W.Reddish. REALTOR-ASSOCIATI-431-1103







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". July the Fourth, 1919.

etJiTORiAlS .

.. It Was' Remember! '

Ci ,.._pl : a Day to Long

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Where will you go on. the 4th of July .
Double Taxation ? ,

To Keystone Heights or Raiford -
Under the Spotlight two area towns hat traditionally
stage big celebrations on In-
dependence Day-or to nearby lakes ,
and beaches?
Our I new, local Inter- umbia County, and the city of

Governmental Study Committee Madison. Certainly, not many Starkites will
be sweating out the holiday at home,
composed of represen- St.Augustine has had an on- since Starke, on the Fourth of July, is
tatives from the City and going study of the double taxa- as close as you can get to Oliver

County Commissions, has tion problem for some time. Goldsmith's famed "Deserted

already shown promise of One Ancient City official said Village."

fulfilling a long-felt need. The the revealed that the
study
But it was not always thus. In the
members are to be commended sheriff of a county has the early years of this century, the 4th of
for their' initial efforts in responsibility for enforcing all July was a red letter day In Starke t A 'z

, discussing and exploring state and county laws in every though hardly what you would call a
holiday at least for local
avenues of economizing and mer
inch of the county, both incor- chants.
providing needed services to porated and unincorporated.

taxpayers for fewer dollars. Stores all stayed open and derived a
The study revealed that if land-office business from rural
Bradford is not the only the City of St. Augustine required families from the surrounding area ,

county facing a need to that the police depart- who converged on the town to enjoy Many of these men, shown here a*they left for service Two recognizable faces are Roan Turner front row kneeling -
stretch dollars at this time ment enforce only city or- the excursions, parades, street during World War I, were welcomed back home when fifth from left, and Tate Denmark standing directly
when increased homestead dinances and the sheriff's dances, and most Important of all Starke staged its "grandest" celebration on July". 1819. behind him.
exemption is removing the baskets and boxes of food, ........-
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department enforce state and prepared for days by the good ladies
millions of dollars from the county laws in the city, the of the town and spread in the city federacy, paraded proudly along Call
tax rolls of Florida counties police department could be park on Church Street for all to enjoyas Street under the shade of oak trees ,
which will have to be made reduced from 36 to six, greatly guests of the city. which still lined the downtown districtin 1. a

up, at least in part, by non- those days. Capt. A.H. Freemanwas
cutting one of the major ex- This was before Henry Ford revolu- parade marshal, and Maj. E.S.
exempt property. This year, penses in the city budget.In tionized the Fourth of July and lots of Matthews, assistant. :
$14 million will come off the other things by providing easy Ur -p -
tax roll in Bradford County addition to law enforce- transportation out of town for holiday Soldiers of "all wars prior to( 1898"

due to the $20,000 exemption, ment, other areas where fun-seekers. reported to Col. W.T. Weeks; those of
and next year exemption will economies could possibly be the Spanish-American war to Lieut.
effected through and But there never was and probablynever A.V. Long, and the young fighting
rise to $25,000 causing even county will be a Fourth of July celebration men of World War I to Lieut. H.C.
more of a tax bind. city cooperation are: recrea- to equal the one held in 1919,when Richard.
tion, roads, streets and "the boys" were back home at last r ir.y .
Obviously, this condition of bridges, zoning and building from World War I, and the Treaty of The celebration was grand enoughto
higher and higher exemptionsthat (permits and inspection), fire Peace had just been signed on June 28 attract the Governor of the State,
must be made up by protection, mosquito control, in the historic "Hall of Mirror at Sidney J. Catts, as its chief orator,
Versailles outside of .
fewer and fewer together with one of his main cam
taxpayers
and no doubt others.
paign supporters in this area,Starke
cannot go on forever. A front story in The Telegraph
page attorney A.Z. Adkins, later Circuit
Something, somewhere along Usually, there is automatic of July 4, 1919 reported that: 'The Judge. dr/
the line, must give. resistance to change of any (treaty signing) ceremony came to a
kind, and some officeholderswill dramatic close..with the wild, en- Telegraph readers were urged to
Several nearby counties are undoubtedly object to any thusiastic reception of President "bring your well filled baskets and

already beginning to give inter-governmental working Lloyd Wilson George, M. Clemenceau by the crowds and outsidethe Mr. spread dinner with your neighbors"while Mayor Frank Hoover, stood In gate waving flag (blurred by motion) as
the
serious consideration to this relationship. But what is the palace, who ignored or disregarded enjoying day's events. Ford "tin lizzies" lined up for parade at corner of Call and Church Streets. Old

problem and the related problems alternative? Higher and the minor discords of the day.They "The display of fireworks in the Limbaugh house Is In background.

of double taxation and higher taxes with a tore the three statesmen from their evening will be the largest ever
duplication of services. diminishing tax base to draw escorts and almost carried them bodily brought to Bradford County, and will casting tournament, bucking mule," of every man, woman, and child. It
from the chateau grounds to watch include some of the latest patriotic and many other events. "The was the day on which everyone
Clay County officials, for in- from. But eventually, the the program that had been planned as designs bombs bursting in air, fillIng fireworks display will be held on the gathered to show their respect and
stance, met with Keystone public interest must be placed a dignified state processional of all the heavens with golden stars,and school campus beginning at 9 o'clock the honor In which they hold the
Heights officials last week to above the personal interestsof the plenipotentiaries."This rockets with the national colors." sharp. A five-piece orchestra will fur young men of Bradford who, without
nish music for dancing at the Armory
discuss what the could those who might be affectedby hesitation or protest, left their
county (ceremony) formally ended Mayor Frank Hoover urged every during the evening.
and should do for the city in such consolidations, unless the World War which lasted'just 27 business house in town to "throw Old children left their homes and loved
be be Said The Telegraph: It was a day ones everything that a man holds
they can proved to not
days less than five
the 1981-1982 budget year in years. Glory to the breeze" and otherwise
that will dear to answer the call to
cost effective.In remain fresh In the memory arms.. .
view of "double taxation. decorate for( the occasion. The streets ,..
No wonder there was feasting. were decked'with flags and bunting, I'\'
During the discussion, the efforts now being startedby parading, and dancing in the streets .' and at night Call Street was "made as
Mayor of Keystone suggestedthat the Inter-Governmental of Starke on July 4, 1919, a "gloriouscelebration" light as day by the placing of double Letters to the EditorLIVING
for which the townspeople electric the
Committee toward meetingthe rows of lights" along
the either the
county pay had been
preparing for three mon- parade route.
city a lump sum for services dilemma of diminishingtax ths.
and IN STARKEIS Our family has only lived in Starkea
that Keystone Heights tax- revenues growing Guests were promised that "After PLEASANT SURPRISE' short time; however, we already
payers underwrite but do not demands for services shouldbe Soldiers of all wars, including the dinner there will be dancing, baseball love it!

actually receive, or, as an applauded and encouragedby few remaining veterans of the Con- games, fiddlers' convention bait My family and I recently moved to Judith H. Mitchell
1512 E. Call St.
Starke
the from Jacksonville.There
alternative, simply not tax taxpayers.The were
many reasons for this move, primarily -
Keystone residents' for those members of the com- economic. We knew that electric EMERGENCY:: ROOMSKRVICK

services. mittee should be made to feel rates, rent, etc.would be much lower. : : KMKI>

other towns stu- assured that most citizens and County Agents By Having both grown up in small towns, 'I have lived in Bradford County all
Among now my husband and I knew the of
dying the problems of double taxpayers support their ef- Notebook Bobby living and life styles would pace be different my life and have watched our tax

taxation and duplication of forts to reduce taxes, cut expenses Taylor We were really looking forward courthouse payers build, our our beautiful now existing and highly jail

services are Orange Park, and eliminate double to having our three children experience accredited schools and our hospital.
school and social life in the
taxation for services not
Green Cove Springs, St. rendered. close, friendly atmosphere of a Being a civic-minded person, 1 have
Augustine, Lake City and Col-- Even though we have more grass Even' though they don't come in smaller community. asked several times of the County

for grazing in our pastures now, we such large numbers, other grass Commissioners. "Where can one go
need to protect our grass from In- caterpillars can also be damaging. Of course, we knew there would be for medical treatment if they have no
Hasty Budget Action sects. This is the season when out These worms are usually more "sacrifices" such as the convenienceof money? Well, I found out for myself
breaks of army worms grass caterpillars slender than army worms and they having major shopping areas near- yesterday afternoon when I was
s loopers and mole crickets are move in a looping manner by hump by, large branch libraries, the denied to use the emergency room
Scored by Fuqua most damaging. ing their bodies. Their color varies beaches, hospitals, etc. What a joy and see a doctor.
from cream to blue-grey to brown, and surprise it was for us to discoverthe The little lady could not look ut me
Army worms are the immature' black or orange. Large black: and beautiful, well organized Brad- just turned her face to a back wall
stages of grayish-brown moths that white spots appear when the body of ford County Library, the Starke Golf while I told her I had charged there
Representative Don Fuquais committee that House com can usually be seen flying late in the the larvae is fully extended. and Country Club, The Bradford before many times and always paid.
among millions of mittees worked through the afternoon in pasture and lawn areas., County Hospital, as well as the many She said she had orders to do this, so I
Americans gradually having spring to come up with a proposal The females lay their eggs on the Control of these worms is the same and varied shops and stores. thanked her and left.
their eyes opened to Mr.Reagan's for the $35 billion in lower leaves of grasses and the larvae as army worms. Again, treatment I fell down in my back yard and
to feed as they hatch. should be started when the broke the big vein on my inside wrist.
begin as soon early Another thing we have come to en-
brand of spending cuts Mr. Reagan
amazing The bleeding is all
They are called army worms because worms are small and before a lot of joy is The Bradford County inside. Thank'God.
"Voo Doo Economics" (a asked for. The committee did they often move in large numbers damage is done. Telegraph. How nice it is to read a the skin did not break or I might have
term used by Vice President its work well, Fuqua said actually -. from one area to another in search of story and then have it followed up if bled to death.
George Bush when he was coming up with $37.7 food. They tend to select grasses that Mole crickets can also cause extensive there is subsequent information. This The people in Bradford County had
running against Reagan last billion in cuts. are well fertilized and maintained., damage to pastures. They make seems to be a major failing of the better tighten up. The next time it
might be
of
burrows or tiny tunnels in the soil. larger papers. We look forward each one jour children, or a
fall). For successful control and to pre- This burrowing loosens the soil and week to reading the colorful descrip parent.
But the committee proposals vent extensive damage treatment the crickets disturb and cut grass tions of local news about"our adopted -Hampton,Fla.
(Name withheld
Angered by the $36 billion in were turned aside by must be made vftien the. worms are roots and causes grass to thin .or die city" and its citizens. on request).
federal the administration and the small. out completely.
spending cuts
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approved
cuts approved last ElksElkettesHold First Baptist Church
lastFriday by the House of Friday There are several materials that Infestation usually starts in small Asks for
Representatives, Fuqua vow- were $1.7 billion short of what can be applied to grasses that should isolated areas. Frequent inspection of Flag Day Old Paper

ed, "I don't think I have ever House committees recommended control army worms. Carbaryl the pasture should be made and spot Service Donations for SunlandThe
(Sevin) can be applied to the pasture treatment started before infestation
seen a charade" like this in my without removal of livestock. Use bet- becomes widespread. This practicenot Sunday, June 14, over' 50 Elks, First Baptist Church has plac-
entire career. "I don't think the people of ween one and one-half to 2 pounds of only"saves on insecticides but Elkettes and guests attended the ed a large box on its property across
an 80% wettable powder in enough also prevents extensive injury to the Starke Elks Flag Day services held at from the Florida Bank to receive
Con- the Second District elected me water for sufficient coverage of one grass. the Starke Lodge. Exalted Ruler Ver- papers and magazines for Sunland
The second District
to be a dummy and go up and acre of pasture., non Nichols officiated, at the Training Center. All persons with pld
gressman charged that the vote for a pig in a poke like The only materials cleared for use ceremony. newspapers and magazines are in-
House budget cuts, approvedby this that was put together the Materials like Lannate, methox- on pasture for mole crickets are .vited to place them in this box and are-
a 217-211 vote (with 29 "boll before said. ycholor, parathion and methyl Dylox, toxaphene, or malathion baits. Miss Nandra Dykes, a senior at asked to please tie or sack them.
weevil" Democrats night Fuqua parathion can also be used by a Fresh baits should be applied late In Keystone Heights High School and an The church
joining "The process was not only farmer with a private? pesticide applicator's the afternoon when there is evidence early admission student in the Den- for the donation was of thanked recently
Republicans to get them pass- bad-nobody knows what's in permit.There is a waiting of mole cricket activity near the surface tistry program at the University of vocational paper sent to the
ed) were written by David Florida, was presented a check for training department at
there. period of seven to IS days between of the soil.-Baits should be applied 'Sunland which
Stockman, Mr. Reagan's application of these materials and at the rate of 20 \to 30 pounds per $150 and a $50 Bond during the experiences provided and"meaningfulwork financial
"whiz kid" director of the Of- grazing or cutting hay. acre. ceremony. Miss Dykes won second
Fuqua's disillusionment is place in the statewide elks essay con- resources:! to buy needy clients
fice of Management and apparently reflected in the test on Americanism. She read her presents for Christmas." The

Budget, and made availableto most recent opinion polls essay as part of the program. Miss cooperation of the public in this project
House members only 6'1/2 which show Mr. Reagan los- MEMEERUADfORO Dykes was class president in the ninth will be appreciated.home .

hours before a vote was takenon ing popularity. The ,honey. and eleventh grades at KHHS, and a

the entire package. moon is definitely over, and C'oJ years cheerleader co-captain: for the for Indians two years.for Miss four W. Brown of Past to relax Exalted Ruler George
g cool off and
to eat
divorce action may be in- ; : r!iiaP4 (lJ Dykes'essays have won third place in hamburgers boiled corn and
Fuqua told a GainesvilleArea stituted as soon as the people last year's, and this year's statewide watermelon.
Chamber of Commerce realize what has hit them. STABUSHCD Il7 Fleet Reserve essay contest on
Freedom of Speech. Nandra Is'the
11010;fISGUSON.-JOHNal.MJLLU.8ubiI.h.vs daughter of Mr.and Mrs. Charles H.
Dykes of Earleton. Mrs. Dykes is the
,
....._--.,.,4 MOTil_M.M4 CtaM KtaHM M*..tot OHM., guidance counselor at KHHS. .
-! i/lf :;li: ...*.*.......mfec A f W Man' ...1- .. After the Flag Day Observances \ '

.1. !! ............_.I.s./.s.P. '''.;'....._. Rose McConnell, president of the
n _...._.,....Y.........>**..*. served
; PM.rd.4MS .. Elkettes punch :and cake in Some that
k..5. 1..d. looking
fire In tile world lflcally at. eapitol. My at uppniras -
Washington D.C,1s he city sp the dining room. The entire group tlrtngthan the .y s.Page.aA .
were invited to the Klngsley Lake




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July Z. 1981 TELEGRAPH Page5ALIf
Dea Moredock --
and Robert PatersonJII .., Miss Gina Brown


Wed June 27 at First Presbyterian. ChurchThe I ?o Q. Brunch Honoree

The Social Side
First Presbyterian Church in Miss Gina Brown, whose marriageto
Starke was the setting for the line which included the bride and Randall S. Frazee will be an eventof
marriage
of Edna Dea groom and parents. Aug. 22, was honored at a cham-
Moredock of '
Kingsley Lake The bride a table was covered with TheSociety pagne brunch Saturday morning
daughter of Mrs. Dell Gladys Mooty \jf
Ryder of Gainesville to Robert an embroidered cutwork cloth.A pair June 27, at 10:30: a.m. at the George
George Paterson III of tall silver candelabras stood on Winkler home in Green Acres.
son of Mr. and
Mrs. R.G. Paterson Jr. of either side of the cake with an arrangement Editor Hostesses with Mrs. Winkler were
Starke
Saturday June on of cascading baby ivy. In Mrs. William Carter Mrs. Kenneth
27,at 7
Cliff McLeod performing p.m.the with nuptials.Rev. back of the table flanking the wall 964-7608 News Grider and Mrs. Arthur Winkler.

Mrs. Hank Green organist Joe was a pair of standing arrangementsof Corsages were presented to Gina _
Herres pianist and Bill McRae pink gladiolus and sprays of o her mother Mrs. Millard Brown ad
soloist presented eucalyptus.The 'prospective groom's grandmother -
\ music. a program of nuptial refreshment table held a tall Mrs. H.B. Frazee of Ocala.
arrangement of gladiolus daisy The'party rooms were decorated i
Centering the altar ;
candelabra with votive was a branched chrysanthemums and roses flanked : I lwilh! ferns and dried arrangements
candles flank-
by candelabras holding white tapers out the and color
ed by carrying pink green
flowers arrangements of summer and summer flowers in law epergnes. motif and mixed bouquets centeredthe
including f
snapdragons Interspersed The dining room was enhanced with dining tables. The serving table
with eucalyptus and ivy brass fern stands holding loose arrangements ,covered with an embroidered cloth ;
against a background
of palms. .
of yellow gladiolus with with silver
Larry Paterson rk was highlighted a punch
attended his
brother prays of eucalyptus. The groom's bowl surrounded by fern and crepe
as best man. Ushers were Mr. and Mrs. T.". Forsyth
David table was covered with an em- myrtle.
McKnight Keith Tetstone broidered cutwork cloth: The cake
Matt T.J. Forsyth'sCelebrate
Hull Jim Lewis
and Bill McRae.
was flanked by tall brass candelabras
Sam Adams nephew of the bride was holding ecru candles and a garland of Among the out-of-town guests atten- 30th +f
ringbearer.Mrs. ding were Mrs. Terry Brown of Tampa -
ivy caught up with clusters of green
C'j" Wedding Anniversary
Dell
Adams attended her grapes. sister-in-law of the bride-to-be
sister as matron of honor. Attendantswere Cutting the bride's cake were Mrs. .Mrs."Jack Reynolds of Sebring, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Forsyth
Mrs. Keith Tetstone Ms. Steve Denmark Mrs. Randy Cory 1 Curtis Bryan, Lake Park Ga., aunts celebrated their 30th wedding an-
Rosemary Smith Miss Pat Bailey Mrs. Herb Herres Mrs. .David Montgomery of the honoree.and Tami Bryan of niversary Friday,June 19, with a din '
and Ms. Leslie Jones. They were at- Mrs. Douglas and Mrs. Lake Park, Ga. cousin of the honoree. ner at the Holiday Inn in Starke.
tired alike in soft romantic ,co- Fussell. Stephanie Harper Cathy Mrs. Hayden Haskins daughters, Jo, Later in the evening Mr. and Mrs.
quetish, chiffon in white with a Blitch, Missy Harper and Kitty Amy and Leslie and Mrs. Jack Theusof Gary Whitten and a host of friends,
natural waistline and satin'ribbons. Prevost kept the bride's book. Ocala'and daughter Jana aunts of joined them in the main lobby to present -

They carried bouquets of mixed sum, Assisting in serving were Mrs. Ed the. prospective groom. the couple with gifts.
mer flowers. Crews Mrs. Ethel Norman Mrs. Theshostesses presented the T.J. presented his wife with a pearl
Junior bridesmaids were Amy David Wainwright Mrs. Matt Hull ,honoree with a piece of her chosen and diamond ring and matching tear-
Adams and Olive Moredock both Mrs. Peg Stanwix-Hay Miss Gayle china as,a memento of the occasion. drop necklace and earrings.

nieces of the bride. Their dresses Lee, Miss Susan Faulkner Miss ', ,
featured scalloped necklines flowing Eoline Green Miss Janet Montgomery 't 'j"- ?' ,.r.------------------
into lavish organza with tiers of chan- Mrs. Cliff McLeod Mrs. I II
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tilly lace and large roses sweeping up Donald Carter and Mrs. Fred Dobbins :ir4dq I l\l'A
the top layers of the f /)
organza. From Gainesville: Mrs. O.N. a1 "
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The bride given in marriage by her Harper Jr., cousin of the bride Mrs. I I "V.DRESS
brother, Howe E. Moredock III,worea L.W. Graham, Mrs. M.M. Parrish A4 11. : & GIFT SHOP

whisper soft chiffon gown with alen-. Mrs. Jim Parrish Mrs. Thomas Cone k -_ -. .... ,: IJ. ;
con bodice with the Queen Anne style and Mrs. W.B. Stotesbury. v'r ,",'. Bradford Square I
neckline of 1
alencon lace splashed with Following a wedding trip to ,,, i
seed pearls and a brush of schiffi em Waynesville N.C. the couple will 964-5051

broidery. The sheer bishop sleeves reside on Brownlee Road Starke. I I IL.frsu'PER
were luminescent with seeded pearls The bride is a second grade teacherat .1
and alencon lace with an elegant Southside Elementary School. y
pointed cuff. The skirt was whisper Mr. Paterson is principal at .; ,
soft chiffon over taffeta flowing into a Brooker Elementary School 1o I IvE .
sweeping cathedral length train. Her tri'ru, '', :t :;
Juliet cap with alencon lace secured tI
her veil bordered with brushes of I ; yr I
alencon lace and seeded pearls. She Miss Debbie Ennis ,

carried a bouquet of phalaenopsis orchids Skeeter PrevattTo b I I.j

stephanotis, ivy and baby' Wed July 4 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Paterson. Ill I IV
breath.A II
reception was held in the Starke Miss Debbie Ennis, daughter of I Ir
Woman's Club which was highlightedwith Mr.and Mrs. Maurice Ennis of Dade Lynn Moxley Shower HonoreeMiss II

palms, schefflera and assorted City and Skeeter (George) Prevatt, memento of the occasion.Approximately .
green plants. son of Rev. and Mrs. George (Fonzo) Lynn Moxley bride-elect was
Guests were greeted at the door by Prevatt, of Starke Wish to invite complimented at a "come and go" 60 guests called
Mrs. Clyde Sinclair and Miss Lillian friends and relatives to their garden bridal shower Monday night given by I

Stump. Mrs. Sam T. Dell of wedding on Saturday July 4,at 7 p.m. Mrs. Oscar Crosby Mrs. Jimmy I !
Gainesville aunt of the bride in- at the home of Mr.'and Mrs. Louie Crosby Sr., Mrs. Gary Brewer Mrs. PINE FOREST )
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night June 26, at the Starke Golf andCountry honored at a pantry and kitchen mother of the, prospective groom nuu u,1Ic Pone 984-6312: .
Club for their son. Buddy, shower Wednesday morning,June 24, Mrs. Cecil Melvin.. Those In the LENDER

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held a large arrangement room was covered with an Army-
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Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Norman

Mr. and Mrs. Owen

Celebrate 25th AnniversaryMr.

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and Mrs. Eugene Norman
celebrated their 25th wedding an-
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Alvarez, Jr. flowers. niversary Sunday,June 14, from 2 to 3p.m. ,
celebrated their 25th wedding an- were Mrs. at a reception at their home on ;g rJ.J
niversay Saturday, June 20, at a Alvarez, Morgan Road given by their sons,
reception at their home CR225. Mrs. W.T.
on Randall and Ronnie.At .
Mrs. Paul Faulkner and Mrs. On the points of interest in the party t
a. Jerald Baldwin greeted the guests at blue silk rooms were arrangements of silk
the door. Keeping the guest book were blue silk flowers and summer flowers.
Mrs. Rene Gonzalez and Mrs. Vernie silver The guest book table had an arrangement -
Thornton at a table covered in royal candles of roses with.the 25th anniversary -
blue with lace overlay. Decorating Mrs. emblem in the center. The T
the table was a three-candle silver Moody table was covered with a white lace. y
lotus bowl with a silk' table which .
arrangementand cloth and was used.
a plume pen 1
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blue cloth
light blue candles. Ine cake table was covered with a t ,
and silk
white lace cloth centered with a three- (
punch bowl tiered wedding cake topped with a a tit s
H Between silver 25 anniversary motif. Betweenthe d> ,
room were
top two tiers were the bride and '
and sconces blue silk groom surrounded by a silver garlandof ;
pink silk rose buds, silver leaves .
breakfast The hors lily-of-the valley and small filigree ",,i'::4. / ?h\?\
bells.The second and third tiers were I I .J:)
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with a light \ .
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divided with an arrangement of pink '
over royal : ;
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and white silk roses. The cake was '"

t .a trays.assortment Down decorated with pink silk roses, silver ......" '.,,.,!
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ing the cake were five branch silver .r
Over the candelabras decorated with pink Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Norman
with three
C? the window. roses, baby's breath, pompoms and
4 i ii silver ribbons.On .
this table and
the snack bar punch, mints, Starke Golf
Ga.
Douglas,
Mrs. i 'nuts, small sandwiches and hors Country Club News

Mrs. John d'oeuvres were served. ..4th
Assisting in serving were Mrs. Pat July
the gift table Newman. Mrs. Brenda Lajoie and Family fun day., 3 p.m. Swimmingand
a beige games for children will be coor-
Mrs. Marsha Nugent.
centered Out-of-town guests were Mrs. dinated by Gayle Lee. Bring your pic-
arrangement.All Mamie Parrish and Mrs. Libby Par- nic and square dance after supper.
the rish of Jacksonville. Julys l
-t ed from 6-7 Approximately 150' guests called Beginner tennis league- 6:30: p.m.
that did between the appointed hours. July IS
Alvarez's Annual meeting of the club. 6:30:
ladies that Billie Wilson. p.m. covered dish supper with', meat
also attended Capt. J.P. Bloom, Jr. provided. The meeting will start at 8

Tilley Gene Mrs. Plan July 11 WeddingCol. p.m. July 20

Jerald (Ret.) and Mrs.William Wilsonof Club women's regular meeting at
Lawtey announce the engagementand 7:30: p.m. in the club house.

Stalnaker, with approaching marriage of their .....--- -- -
Dale the upper daughter, Billie Doreen, to Capt.John Socials- on-
the ushers and Mrs. Preston Bloom, Jr. USAF, son of Col. (More
Air. and Mrs. Owen Alvarez, Jr. Alvarez, best of the (Ret.) and Mrs. John P. Bloom of
and J.L. Fort Worth, Texas. Pg. 10-11)
The mantle in the living room held a _
large royal blue and light blue silk were Floor Mrs. same The wedding is planned for July 11. -
with three .
floral arrangement in a five-branch Lucile '
Spry.
candle holder with royal blue candles. white silk at CHRIST
Also on the mantle were silver bells leaves and of S.C.,
and silver and white leaves and rib- the center. Teila
bon. On each side of the mantle were Mrs. served. LUTHERAN CHURCHPastor
Starke.'S' trip to
two large green fern balls with a arrangements/
cluster of three large silver bells in cake. Her in a cot- .
the center. Mrs. is residing Glen Schmiege 473.2419

The cake table in the dining room and were in Bradford

was full-gathered covered in lace royal skirt.blue Centering with a white the between the presently Church Service 10:30: am

table was a tall seven-layer white, cluding the
pillared cake, edged in blue and and Mrs. J.G. of Keystone Lion's Clubsundav
decorated with tiny blue and white Mrs. O.R. tyy
school and Bible school Resumed 9 am

Luana Mundorff .

Jimmie Clark


Married.June. 12 : l JOYS OF

Miss Luana Layne Mundorff and 1 '.
Jimmie William Clark Jr., of Starke,
were united in matrimony at the .
Congregational Methodist Church in
Lawtey, on Friday June 12, with Rev.
Yarbrough performing the ceremony.The ERSHIB
bride is the daughter of Andrea '
:.Mundorff of Starke and Wayne Mun- 3 /
dorff of Keystone. Mr. Clark is the son

of :Mr.] and Mrs. Jimmie W. Clark, Sr. owning your own. No orator telephone can give any interior decorator -

of Tara Starke.Yarbrough pianist, and Enid / better to own it Con- As a gift:,, there a lot to be said for

Yarbrough soloist presented a program s F, t t'S of owning your own giving the perfect receiver..a telephone

of nuptial music. l .When you purchase: from Continental. It's something someone
The chancel area was highlightedby
an arch candleabra holding an arrangement you own the entire will always use,because no matter where

of spring flowers balanced and barrel and that you move-you can take your phone with
by spiral candelabras and palms. phone bills.Then So by local
stop
Jimmie Clark Sr. served his son as ] you. your phone fair or
best man. Ushers were Terry and Pat convenience and pri business office today. And experience the

!Mundorff and Clayton. Dank and c. extension.And joys only ownership can bring.
Johnnie Clark, brothers of the bride '
and groom. options a colorful dec Continental letepnoneCorporation(vjPage6t ;
!Miss Sue Edwards attended the 1
bride as maid of honor with Lynnette --,-- -
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Hamilton and Brenda Wilkinson as It. ., .
bridal attendants. They were attired iii
alike in blue floor length qiana gowns :; .j:;; M

with lace accents on the bodice and ,, rce
nock with a small bow at the neckline. xss ..alJlr. 91F t j
Each wore a blue picture hat trimmed k
with blue streamers and spring /
I lowers. They carried nosegays of I 43 rJ N .
spring flowers. Y j jr .
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The bride, given in marriage by her a
t father. wore a w hile chiffon over satin .
i1In with lace inserts in the front and ,. .
flown( the length of the sleeves. The .
pleated chiffon fell to a chapel train : and :\Irll. t+ : I IJ

trimmed in lace. The lace yoke and in silver
-oland.up collar were accented withsmall
seed pearls. Her finger-tip veil and burning Miss tapers. .
was of sheer illusion trimmed in lace, '
The two
secured by a cap decorated with seed the
same as
pearls. She carried a nosegay of spring centered with
J'lIJIH'riol highlighted with white surrounded b
roses.
flowers.
A reception was held in the church Mrs.
\fellowship hall following i (heceremony. Christie were '
Miss Debbie Austin kept and Miss
t the bride's book.
The bride's table was covered wItha with burning
blue silk
: lace cloth with garlands of blue of interest
satin I lowers draped around the edge.
The three-tiered cake was flanked by Following a
mountains in
I two arrangements\ of spring flowers will
highway ple 100 in J

Duplicate Bridge Club

Honors DirectorEva

Mathewson was honored at a ... Serving Northeast Florida
farewell party given by members of
the Starke Duplicate Bridge Club on Ia
Tuesday night held at the home of Mr. -
and Mrs. Gerald Moran at Kingsley Bill Mathis Heating "
Lake.
Mrs. Mathewson is retiring as .. & Air Conditioning Inc. 01'1':
director of the club and was presentedwith ,

several gifts. 964-7007 473-2154 r
Duplicate Bridge was played after
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a covered dish dinner. The results ( Office Residence *
were: first Evelyn Griffin and .......
Margie Thomson: second Jack
Burnett and Tom Howard of Lake Ci- Commercial Residential
ly; third Ida Shaw and Eva .
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Mathewson. Others in attendance Industrial
were Verni Thornton. Lucile Green,
ea Johnson Lori Frances Linda
G Irrord. Barbara Snipes Violet Announcing OpeningOf 6 a w, b"'a
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TELEGRAPH e.lyeaaah'" .v
Sh.rrt Pt. Local Women A1t.ndInf.rnot'I.
Did You Know......?.... AtaCtdirCvn r4I ron,
(from page 6A) I, Maternal ane Dal. Douglas Women Of Th.

Scott Parker of Miami is visiting his Mrs. John p'areDtaareMr. i Plan July 10 W.ddlng Moos Conforonc
aunts Mrs. Jades Kory WheelerMr. Mo.
City an-
Carolyn Redgraves and Mrs. Al Young, Mrs. Frank'Bowen
Rev. and Mrs. L.E. Peterson of
Mrs. Edna Wells this week. mother is Mrs. Eva E. Holland also .
and Mrs. Phil members of the
and Mrs. Stanley Wheeler'of of Lowry City. Mo. Paternal grandparents Lake City announce the engagement Lowell
Lawtey announce the birth of a son, are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. and approaching marriage of their local Starke chapter of the Moose
Erin Jenifer and Michael Case of '
Juston Kory born June 20 in Alachua HUdebrand of Osceola. Mo. ,.. daughter, SherrT Michelle Peterson 41726, attended the International
Lake City are spending this week with Women of the Moose conference June
General Hospital. +w to Dale Franklin Douglas, son of Mr.
Ann Is welcomed home
their grandmother, Mrs. Lou Struth. Paternal grandmother Is Mrs. Nancy, Jeremy Rex, age 5. by'brother and Mrs. C.F. Douglas of Lake City. 20-23 at the Marriott Hotel In New
Elgin Wheeler of Lawtey and paternal Miss Peterson is the granddaughterof I Orleans.
Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Spengler attended great Mr. and Jason Daniel Summer Leon Conner and the late Ruby Mrs. Young received her college of
the School Board Conference at Mrs. W.L.GTUfLawtey. Maternal Conner of Starke. Regents degree on June 20 and Mrs.

Daytona Beach last Friday and Satur- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Cleaton Sumner of The wedding Is planned for July 10 Lowell and Mrs.Young received their

Leonard Johnson of Macclenny and Starke announce the birth of a son, at 8 p.m. In Lantern Park Baptist ,Star Recorder degree on June 22.
day.Mr. maternal great grandmother is Mrs. Jason Daniel born June 20))in Shand's Church In Lake City. While in New Orleans the three
and Smith have
Mrs. X.M. Ruby Wainwright of Lake Butler. Teaching Hospital. He Joins sister, Miss Peterson and Mr. Douglas are wnm tbe.dty.
returned after three weeks sightseeing Teresia Rose,age 5. both 1979 graduates of Columbia High 1\11\ r r 1 """"' '''' ........_ 4n", ".",, .
in the New England states,a weekin Nancy Ann lUldebrand both attended Lake
Paternal City
the
grandparents late
.. the Smoky Mountains and a week in are qua ty College. Mr. is **A"mountain and a "river -
Aaron and Rosie Stunner of Starke. --AtA,:.. Douglas "
central Florida.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Rex E. Hildebrand of self-employed Branford.. are. good neighbors
MaternalgrandnMtberlslfaryAiineMsxIXwislcTof -.nt....._
Starke. announce the birth of a George Herbert
OalnesTiMe. .....DseldOoa:
and Mrs. Ron Kelly of Tampa eta.......Nancy: Ann, born AaayU at
and Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Trawick of
Lake City and families were guests
during the,' past two weeks of their

mother, Mrs. Jack Trawick. AMK1CAS FAMILY DID STORE YOU'RE GOING TO LIKE OUR...

Michele McNeely of Lakeland is
spending several weeks with her
grandparents. Mi. and Mrs. Herb
Thomas. Last Thursday they visited pqflj
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nichols at Crescent ;


M Mr.Beach.and Mrs. Clenton Brothers of ii:1 ) 'U _

New Bethlehem Pa. are visiting her :

weeks.mother, Mrs. Ruby Elder for two Savings


Mr. and Mrs. Olin White spent the
weekend with their son and family
Mr. and Mrs. Bob White at -

Casselberry.Mrs. .
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Jesse Kintzer of Winter Havenis --Th I 1 1 .
spending two weeks with her grandchildren -, I I j I I I I I 1 I Ii
I I 1 1 1 1 I I I I 1I
Mr.and Mrs. Richard. Welty
and family. i
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Mrs.L.D.Vining returned Saturday
after two weeks visit with Mrs.Hollis' Gjjbtte '

Hope, Jr. and Mrs. Elizabeth Yanceyin I f I I I I 1 1 t I I I I I
Atlanta. r i I I 1 1 I
I I I I 1 1 I 1 I II

Mrs. E.F. Miles and Mrs. Edna NewS.1

Thrift of Macclenny were Sunday I 1 i ; I ; t 1 I IP
visitors of Mrs. W.B. Mundy. Mrs.
Mundy's daughter, Miss Jean Mundy f rae.r I I I ; '

visited her last Friday and Saturday I 30..0-___ -
while enroute home in Tallahasseeafter : i
attending a special course at the 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 I I _+ i 1 1I
University of Illinois in Champaign _
111. I I : ; ; GOODNEWS

I AQUA FRESHTOOTHPASTE I ; BAYER I I DISPOSABLERAZORS 1 FIDDLE I 1 PALMOLIVE '

Savannah Mr. and Mrs.Mr. Ben and Williams Mrs. John of I i ; ASPIRIN ; I i I FADDLE i JERGENS DETERGENT

Williams of Titusville and Mr. and 1 S.4-OUNCE! 1 07 1, I I BOTTLBOF100 1 38 'I I I 1 I I 7-OUNCB! <= 'I 1 I BATH SOAP I I I I 32-OUNCI! "9 23 I 1
Mrs. Charles McQuaig of Waycrossand saJ57"Twin I 56' 1 4.75-OZ. I
families will be weekend guestsof SatoPrteMf.... ; I ...Priced ..... I I I ;I SatoPrteI ... I 1 1I I Bale. 4 i8'7'I( < I 1
Mrs. Mack Williams. Price reflects 25 off label.' I j Analgesic tablets for headache 1 I blade disposable I I Popcorn a peanuts with 1 1 Priced .. I I Gentle to hands.Great for I II
I Limit 1 l i or fever. Limit 1 I razors. Limit 1 I candy glaze. Limit 1 I Lotion mild Limit I dishes. Limit 1 .
Mrs. Ethel Clemons, Mrs. Brenda I Coupon Good Thru Sit.July 4V I I Coupon Good ThruS.I.July4 Coupon Good Thru Sat. 4COUPON. Coupon Good Thru Sat July 4 I Coupon Good Thru Sat July 4 1

Lajoie and children, Mrs. Marsha _-_---.COUPON ____-.J V _-COUPON-------.X \..----- ----__.J V..-----COUPON-----_J '_-_--_ COUPON.--__ "J \COUPOnGoodThrusal.JuIy4..J
Nugent and children. Mr. and Mrs.
Randall Norman and children spent
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Saturday at Sea World. r ECKERDiREACH r------- .J* r------- ECKERD. -------m r------- -------,

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Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Morgan of I I ; JHERI REDDING i I, BRACH I 'ROD RIOT 1 I
Ruskin were visiting relatives Fridayto 1 TOOTHBRUSH 1 1 SHAMPOO -- -- I I CANDY ;, I
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Tuesday and attended the Clemons : / :I : CONDITIONERSOUNCS I 1: I CD i : 30OFFREGULAR :

wedding.Mrs. I, ==... ..........79CD I I 1 99C I I'YOUIICNO'CI.96' : 1 PRICE :
; Choice of Medium or 1 : YOUMCHOICI! .. : PeppermlntKI..esor
II.M. Richarde, Mrs. John : Mllk'N err ri I : Famous-name.plnnlng I
I Soft bristles Limit 2 I Honey shampoo I I Salt Water Taffy.Limit I A aplncast rods. I
Griffin Mrs. W.H. Thomson and Misa I CouponQoodThruSat 1. or conditioner. Limit I Coupon Qood Thru Sat.July 4 I CouponQood Thru Sal July/ 4 1

Lillian Stump attended the.golden L_ __________ i V_CouponaoodThrue.l.Juy4__. ,____: .,.,:._." 'L :- J. .J .
wedding anniversary of Mr.and Mrs. ---------COUPON -COUPON ----COUPON.-_ -____ :.; L :--------COUPONr -_-.kL. _.._ _.. '''y
Huxley Coulter in the Woman's Clubat
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Tallahassee last Wednesday. Mrs. !: :rm-------------- ECKERD -------\ r ------ ECKERD -------,

Rlcharde Wednesday night with ,
spent I .
Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Weeks and the : '; 1 I''i CHINET I' I I
others visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred ': DENTAL 'I : CARE 1 :I PLATES ,: WICKER
I I ? I I Cfz I : ASSORTMENT I

Thomson. I,, SO-VAMOS....PrIoed ...... COUPON'C: ;:I a| 1 7 : I ."..........1.1.. ... 188 T I i I'' &&;" 2 /qooCHOICt j
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Womack and I: For dally oral Yg 1 .. ....... I :1" 1 ; PO I '
family of Knoxville Tenn. spent last types. Limit 1 ,; I, t ra tI ng emo III en. I, Regular or types.compartmented tpa:. I ,: ,ncludepiacemat., I
and Mrs. Jim I 1 I fans & baskets.COUPON ';. I I i
week visiting Mr. Coupon Good Thru ,! I I, Coupon Qood. Thru Sat July 4 ; \1 I I .
Womack at Kingsley Lake. \ Oood Thru Sit July 4 I "\ I''
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Mrs. W.H. Thomson and Mrs. John =
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Griffin the weekend at Captiva -- ------------------ ---------------------
spent r ECKERDi C ---------------------
Island off Fort Myers.


Elder James M. Land, Jr. and i BAN ROLL-ON I I PLANTERS COCKTAIL
Hazel Land have had as visitors dur- 0 ,

ing the week of June 21, Mr. and Mrs. ANTI-PERSPIRANT I PEANUTS '
John Dillon and daughter, Beverly of hk e ;i i ii I

visited Walkertown.points of N.C.interest While in Florida here they including { 1-OUNCI! 67- UGlI.-..-. i i I iI 12OUMCSI 156 r

World. This week the I -...-. .. I _
Lands have Disney as guests Mr. and Mrs. I Sale Priced ...................... I J I RpWar.. I.xe ........................ I

Jim Adcock of Smithville, Tern. j Coupon Quick-Good dryingantt-perspirsnt.Regularacent.LlmltI Thru Sit July D. ; I I I'Vacuum packed toensure freshness.Limit:1 ,
I Coupon Good Thru Sit 4COUPON a

daughter Mr. and, Jenifer Mrs. spent W.S.the Haas weekendin and '------------------------ -----------------:______J '- --------------__________COUPON_______----------J

Dublin, Ga. and attended the IsaacL.
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Joiner family reunion at Bethany C ECKERDj r------- r------- ECKERD -------\ r------- ECKERD -------,

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Community Church on Sunday.Mr. ." "
j, VASELINE ,I I FEMINQUE I' ,,5-SHELFCORNER 'I'I 1
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and Mrs. Gareth Jones visitedMr. I INTENSIVE CARE I I : ETAQEREMag. PLASTIC
Newland former I BABY OIL 1 I DOUCHE: I .i STACK BINS ;'
.and Mrs.Randy I r M ,
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in Palatka on Sun ". I ,; / aj 2' 1
residents
Starke 4-OUNCI I-OUNCI..57 Maeutert.lt
67'skin. I 149
001'1' I Saw 700 .,.. I
day. I SiMiPrload..... 1 I a.Nhio.d I,
}1 For soft smooth I -- 1 I Cholceo'2'ragrBnce.' Sturdy plastic.colors., I 'Spac..aVlngttackable
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{1 Limit 1 I I Limit 2 I .-r. 11 I Easy to assemble I ; trays. ;
1 1 1'CouponOoodThr..Sal. .JU"4 I Coupon Good Thru Sat July 4 : I
Mrs. Curtis Sanders and son, Lex. [..:CouponQoodThruSat I -J Coupon Good Thru Sit July4 I
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spent the past two weeks in St. --------- COUPON ---------- ----------COUPONC ------____...J
Augustine. While there they had as
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Family of Tallahassee and Mrs. Lax I I '
Green of Starke. I DIAPARENEBABY : I DIETAC I ,' -I I i'
15.8HELFSTEEL I : 'SHOWER CURTAIN T :
j WASH CLOTHS : 1
I .CAPSULES.. I SHELVES 1 ,: LINERS ,

Rosier of I:1 ......."458 I I!' I: BOXOPM 499SatoPrtoad I C I! :1 ==: .129') :1 .187 :T r r
Phyllis Miller Miller daughter J i eatoPrtoad _-._ ; .. ... ; :=... .......... I I i
Mr. and Mrs. S.M. of Starke. J Pre-molstened In pop- I I, Maxlmumltrength. II I ,: 12"x30"x6a".Great. I : Yourchole.ofassorted _, I I,
and wife of Bud Rosier, Lake City I up dispenser. Limit 1 1 I Limit 1. 1 for canned goods. I ; colon I"fJflIJj ;,
from the University aI | Coupon Good Thru Sat July 4 ,I' CouponooodThrusat.juye I I
graduated I
CouponQood Thru Sat July 4 I Coupon Good Thru. Sat.July 4 I
Florida Law School in Gainesville \---------- COUPON.-----.J: V ---------COUPONM __________...J ---------COUPONVIP .. L---------COUPON---------'Y' '
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June 13, with honors.
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LCDR Robert G. ThonUej I I 14-OUNCf SawPriead. ......33"X ,1 I I I I .NaautarlLteSalaPHcad. ...... 699 I I I' NO.AFCMNaular1t.M 15'9 II': I' 12-OUNCB! afl 39 I

Navy Lt. Cmdr. Robert G. Thorn ]' 70%solution.Many ;, 1: 3 spray adjustments. I I Sav4JM ..... 'I .Naaulara.1,.... I ". ,
ton whose wife Geraldine,' is UM uses. Limit 1 liJ I I Wall mount. I I Telescoping antenna. I' Cleans' beautifies.Kills tmp ':
daughter of Gladys Mooty of 200 K. I I Coupon Good Thru Sat.Jury 4v -- I I CouponOoodThruSal.July4 I 1 AC/DC operation. I fleas A lice.
has returned front I I Coupon Good Thru Sat July 4 I I CouponOoodThruSel.JUly4 ;
Adkins St., Starke, -_________ ---------.1 V ----------J L.
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Tarawa, homeported in San Diego. i i WOMEN TERRY I ,i, I,, I ";, f

During the six-month cruise his : TROPICALBLENO I 1 : TENNIS SHOESTRACKTAPES:' : I: REPEL !
miles : :
ship steamed more than 27,000 I
while participating in Joint exercises I lOUMCStalaPrioad.! ..... 244::; I I..nu. 597 : seMianrrsPJlul-S.tt ')91 I 4OUNCSPal1GA ...... 344 I
with other 7th Fleet units and thaee dallied I au j I I tlgwrT.N ...... SamlJMLow ........ I ,
I Your choice of Lotion or -,- SUp resl/LnUoNa.Aa. : 1 Insect repellant Pump j ,
nations. Port visits wen madeIn I 011. Limit 1 7'-:: 1 I : sorted sizes. .. : blank noise tapes.A high output 1I I: I I spray. ,: I

Singapore the Philippines., Kenya, Australia Thailand, and. : Coupon Good Thru Sit.July 4 I : Coupon Good Thru Sat July 4 I : Coupon Good Thru Sat July 4 I I I: Coupon Good Thru Sat July 4 } :

Japan. The crew also received UM L-___-_--COUPON.---------!) L ---------eaiIPON---------J '------____ COUPON ----___-J L.-------- ---.I !
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July 2, 1981 TELEGRAPH Page IIA
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Whitakor ) Ginger Dixon- Elks and Elkettes

Jerrold Crockrell ., Allen Lastingerengagement Attend VisitationStarke <

Engagement ToldMr. told Elk and Elkette members :' .

and Mrs. s. attending North District Vice- -" I I4cj It I'

the engagement Damon Whitaker and approaChing announce -- Raiford Mr. and announce Mrs. Elbert the engagement Thornton of I at President the Lake Larry City Elk Henley's Lodge visitation Wednes- Th .,'

marriage of their of their daughter Virginia (Ginger) ._ .
; day, June 24 Mr.
were and
daughter, Frances Marlene, to Jer- Kaye Dixon to Allen Lee Lastinger, fGinger Nichols : Mrs. V.A. :
Mr. and Mrs.
rold Lee Crockrell, son of Mr. and 4 son of Rev. and Mrs. AL, Lastingerof Nealy McCon-
Mrs, John Crockrell, all of Starke. Gainesville. neil Mr and Mrs Bill Finucan, Mr
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The wedding is and Mrs. Bob Strunk, Mr, and Mrs. ;
L planned for August The wedding will take place Satur Bill Collinsworth jt
21 at 7 p.m. at the home of the bridetobe's day, July 25, at the Assembly of God Wise J.D. Mr and Mrs. Sam
; and
Doyle John Warren.
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Church in Gainesville.The North
J.P. Eddings on Morgan Road with a ,, t ,; ..v bride-elect is a 1979 graduate of Larry Henley District of Tallahassee Vice-President t : ,
reception following. 1(' .''lii Union County High School and is made <
Miss ':, i'lt his visitation to the Gainesville Elk : ;
Whitaker and ,
Mr. Crockrell ", currently a junior at Southeastern
,
Ie"
Lodge
are both graduates of Bradford High ", College in Lakeland majoring in Elk and on Elkette Saturday June 27. Starke .
school. She graduated in 1981 and he education.Mr members attending :
graduated in 1977. r\ Lastinger is a 1976 graduate of J.D.were: V.A. Nichols, George Brown, ,
;
Doyle, John
All friends and relatives are invited I ,, Americus, Ga. and is presently a Cook Warren Dorothy
Caspar Brune, Mr. and
to attend 1'1 student at Southeastern College. Mrs, "
Bill
-4 Dixon Finucan and Mr and Mrs
Frances Whllaker Allen Lastinger George Domimanni

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J.E. Tomlinson InstalledJ.


,AIVKSCAS' FAMILY D&UG STORE

IJAl E. Tomlinson
You're going to like ECKERD'S PHOTO OFFER,

TWICE THE PRINTS, TWICE THE FILM and now IIIfIj\ Installed As New

when you pick up your color prints you will

receive a coupon good for one trEtw Rotary PresidentThe

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FREE 2.LITER BOTTLE -- iL ) Starke Rotary Club Installed Us!

V ts!' forty-fourth( slate of new officers ul a
: OF PEPSI DIET PEPSI!
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: : or
;,J t9iap I : ,! 9 Ladies Night banquet t in the Starke
'L),i ):ik.t! '. 2-UtwbotttodPepdoffergoodttuuSar.July! 11th 1961 Golf and Country\ Club !Monday night.
The club was founded in 1917! ; and is
the oldest luncheon club in the city
'.,'' J K. Tomlinson, president of the
Florida Bank at Staike, the incoming
, '--- ECKERO ---, r---1 ECKERp ---l r--- ECKERft ---, r---1 ECKEFJD -- 1 r---1 ECKERD ---, ,---( ECKERD --m president, received the gavel from

Elsie S. Sanders, who ended his
year
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I I I ... 11 June.
I 1e.c.t yt I I r.-.-.._... I I 1 1 I I 1 Other officers Installed were Jim
I roar 1 1 I I I I I I I I I II Duncan BUS
principal I. presidentelect -
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I 1 1 r I I I I I I I I I II ; Ed Perry, secretary, and
1aSt I I I I I I I I I I I Gerald Moran, treasurer Directorsfor
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    Page IZA TELEGRAPH July Z, 1981



    $173,137 Budget r T IFUE Cahle-TV Turn-on .


    ILY ..... .
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    Proposed for LawteyWork 5() \ Set Monday- for 52 ', "



    I

    on a proposed$173,136 budget salary from $14,838 to $15,728; addi-- Officials of Bradford Video hope to He Indicated 45 percent of the
    for fiscal '81-82 will begin at the tion of backup police officer's salary hook up 52 customers in the City of residents of Starke have indicated

    regular meeting of the Lawtey city $13,822; Florida Power and Light III a. Starke 1>y Monday, July 8, according they want the service.
    commission at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Ju Company Increase from $8,047 to ? U Nathan F.S. (Nate) Porter, Jr.,
    ly $10,600 Contintental Telephone Company 'f company vice-president-general Bradford Video is lit subsidiary of
    6.The budget is divided into a General of; South increased from $500 to Ir \ JLL manager.The Clay Video, which is owned by the

    Fund proposed at $114,961, up $28,831 $885; insurance increased from$6,362to firm received the franchise Seaboard Coast Line Railroad.

    from $86,130 budgeted for the '80-81 $6,500; social security taxes in- from the Starke City Commission last Television stations from

    fiscal year, and a Water Department creased from $2,200 to $2,800; utility fall with an agreement that 40 percentof Gainesville, Jacksonville, and Atlanta -
    Budget proposed at$58,175,up$12,300 taxes from $11,000 $15,000; garbage Stakke will have cable TV by the will be available to local customers
    from' $45,875 budgeted for fiscal collector salary increased from $2,971to beginning of July. The company has during the start of the service.
    0081.As $3,500. been busily stringing cable in recent
    part of the discussion the city The Water Department is proposedto weeks. Channels 5 and 20( in Gainesville;

    commission will go over how$8,000 in be increased from $45,875 to channels 4, 7, 12, 17 and 47 from
    federal revenue snaring funds and $58,175. Porter stated Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Jacksonville will be part of the ser

    where the money will be budgeted.The Board has had to pick up salary on Crosby, Jr., were the first customers vice.
    $8,000 is the same amount Lawtey maintenance man that was previously ,hooked up to the service. Mrs. Crosby
    received in fiscal '80-81, according to funded by CETA. works In the Bradford Video office on Channel 17 in Atlanta which carriesthe
    City Clerk Lucille Shuford. Water Department increases in- SR-100 South,the former H & R Block Atlanta Braves Chiefs, and
    Mrs. Shuford explained that clude, office salaries for 2 clerks, in- Family Fued Starke Rec. StyleThe office Hawks athletic contests will be part of

    Lawtey lost federal CETA funds for creased from $4,198 to $5,000; Starke Rec. Department got the Idea of playing the TV show game Family the service.

    the backup policeman and the city superintendent's salary increased Fued long ago and took a survey of seventh graders In February to supply the Employees started installing the ESPN, a 24-hour sports network
    has had to pick up that expense. from $8,034 to $8,516.; maintenanceman most popular answers to questions that were asked In a Family Fued game tower several weeks ago and are cur- which is strictly available to cable
    Fine and forfeiture funds the town salary addition $4,900; truck expense played as part of the Rec's summer program last week. rently awaiting a disk to be received systems, will be part of the service.
    receives from fines in Bradford Coun- increased from $400 to $600; in order to start the service. The disk Home Box Office, Cinemax, CNN,
    ty Court for cases made in Lawtey in- utilities Florida Power and Light Here it's Julie Ilollingsworth. left, ana Chad Mullins "fuedlng" with Rec. assists the company with receiving cable news network, ASCN, educational -
    volving traffic citations and other Company from $5,000 to $7,000; Director Cheryl Godwin asking the questions and Adrienne Berry uncovering the television signals in the Starke area USA network, CBN, Christian
    misdemeanors will also be added to auditor increased from $1,200 to top eight answers. The winning team was Amy Dowling, John David Francis, and is expected: to arrive this week Broadcast: MTV-video rock are all
    the General Fund, according to Mrs. $1,500; social security taxes increased Julie Ilollingsworth, Lisa Jo Ilollingsworth, and Sabrina Starling. of the services available to local
    part
    from $800 to $1,000 reserve account -
    Shuford. ;
    Also in the Summer Program last week films were shown. "Name That Tune"was customers,
    increased from $1,560 to $1,600; Porter stated the southwest area of
    Increases proposed in the new payment on bonds and interest on played there was an arts & crafts day with humming toys built, and Thurs Starke in the Adams, Madison and The firm has opened an office at 527
    budget which the board will give con- loan increased from$15,300 to$15,400; day was a day for the Pepsi/RC/Coke Challenge with Pepsi being chosen by the Broadway Street areas will be the S. Water Street in Starke and persons

    sideration to include: auditor increased clerk's car expense $300, and capital summer taste-testers. first areas hooked up to receive the may inquire about the service.
    from $800 to $1,200; police chief's outlay $6,853. service. available by calling 964-6308.




    I How to Finance Edwards Road Rec. Complex? City Says With County HelpEditor's



    Note: This Is the fourth county help with recreation: Crosby says. "We j just want equity.
    and final installment of series the
    a on would this is
    "Well, you know we've gladly Certainly anybody agree
    Edwards Road Recreation Facilty. It City / County RatioIn helped with equipment and materialsin not equitable as it stands now."
    deals with the most nagging problemthe
    the past... this is the first time I've If the county/city combinationdoesn't
    Recreation Department faces In Recreation Programs : heard about financial assistance" work the funding roadblock
    completing the project financing.
    Mosley said, mulling over the ques- becomes harder to get around.
    Previous stories have dealt with the Crosby discounts any tax increase.
    construction underway (TelegraphJune (1981 figures supplied by Rec.Department) tion."At at Edward's
    this point I feel like we want to "You can't lust throw money -
    II, 19K1)) how individuals and
    ; do our fair share. Like you say, a lot Road, the taxpayer can't bear
    businesses could pitch in to
    help Activity City County Outside Total of people from the county go in thereto any more June
    and
    (Telegraph 18. 1981)t on the
    in the on him now. The key is providing the
    participate city program.We
    call for cooperation rather than Residents (Non-Starke
    )
    least cost to the
    11 certainly sit down and see what best service at the
    criticism by people Involved in the !Men's Church Softball 58 83 26 167 solutions can be worked out to satisfy taxpayer."

    recreation 25, 1981)activities. (TelegraphJune !Men's Open Softball 28 30 9 67Women's everybody, but you realize our budget There's been talk about taking
    seems to get tighter every day. We'll money from a supplemental city
    Softball
    Open 32 48 13 83
    work budget or appropriating money from<< I
    try to with the city any way we
    in
    The biggest problem piecing Dixie Youth Baseball 101 147 3 251 can, though" next year's budget but basically, the

    together the Edward's a first-rate Road ballpark acreage complexon has !Men's Flag Football 46 36' 16 98 "I don't think ,anybody wants to hope<< is for a financial{ sharing from- I

    been, and win be, financing. Simplyput Ballet 7 8. 0 15 nickel and dime anyone to death" the county. I

    : it costs $$$ to build such a facility Youth Basketball
    63., 23 3 89
    even considering that prison help -
    will lower the price tag tremendously.As Summer Program 149 117 0 266
    I
    the move for the complex has Woman's Exercise 5 15 0 20 Commissary Food Store

    evolved in the last few years the Total 730 691 70 "
    1,494
    Recreation Department and Starke Hwy, 301 at 225 in Lawtey I
    Percentage 49% 47% 70%
    City Council looked over its pocket- Located in the old Bassford Meat Market I
    book, saw little in the way of extra
    change, and then eyed government Total Adult 196 ,235 64 495 Open 7 a.m.11 p.m.. 7 Days A Week
    Thus far, that avenue has
    782-3017
    been a dead end. Total Youth 534 459 6 999

    Often you hear of the Federal wastein 4th of July Specials *

    handing out grants right and left
    but, according to local officials, it's Special Low Prices On USDA Choice Club -
    289
    not at all easy for a small-town The city is hoping half of that budget, brings forward what Crosby, and undoubtedly 4) "The thing we hope takes place is PEPSI & COKES STEAKS Lb.
    government such as Starke's to skim $38,000 will come from the county Commission 8 Pack- 16 oz.
    most people,would classifyas to get with the County Delmonico
    any of the "fat" off of the Fed's."We've "This isn't an attack of-the countyat the worst solution to the financing look at the problem, and all agree to Coke. Pepsi 169 d.pollt STEAKS 389.
    found that it's
    just extremely all," Crosby stressed as he layed problemthat is slice Recreation off carry our load for our constituents. It
    competitive"in Tallahasse for Recrea- out the figures in the City's meetingroom the budget as an "extra" as indeed just makes sense that if we're going to 6 Pack Chuck
    tion money, noted City Councilman a couple of weeks ago. "This is a some communities have done. carryon the program at the level we RED WHITE STEAKS 179 Lb.

    Jimmy Crosby "For a small town new problem where the City just has He outlines some other avenues: are now the people in the unincor- BLUE BEER 169 T.Bone
    that doesn't have it's
    a grant-writer never sat down with the County and to have to
    porated areas are going 289
    just awfully difficult to compete with said 'look fellas here's our problem." 1)) "We can let the city government there share, either through ser- 6 Pack Cans STEAKS .
    these metropolitan areas. We've still If the betweenthe continue to pay 90 percent for Recrea- pay OLD MilWAUKEE
    anything, disparity their .
    fees, through
    pending and we're hop- tion services. The problem with thatis vices or preferably 209
    got one grant City and County share of recrea- STEAKS 219
    ing... but we can't bank on it. If it hap- tion funding has widened in recent you're giving less services to the government. BEER Lb.

    pens great, if not then we have to go years and the gap figures to keep on guy who pays the bill (the Starke tax- And the chance of that happening: 1202. Cans '
    "I haven't talked to all of them but
    from there. The payer) or you're costing the guy who MillERS 169
    growing. unincorporated areas of BUD Lb
    Go from there as Crosby puts it actually Bradford County are growing much pays the bill more for what he's get- I've gotten a positive response from" 269 Hamburger
    the commissioners I've talked to, SCHLITZ
    means come back home to more rapidly than the City of Starkeso ting. TOBACCO SALE
    raise the revenue. He's working to geta it shouldn't be far down the road 2)) "I'd hate to see it, but we could Crosby said in looking ahead to the Bottles .
    concerted effort from City, County, that better than half of the com- just have City recreation (serving only money discussion that he says will be Budweiser 269 6.75 Ctn.
    one of the first items on the agenda of 72 C"
    the business community, and the petitors in Softball baseball and the Starke residents-taxpayers). Cigarettes tax
    Bradford County citizenry in generalto other activities be be detrimental the inter-governmental committee, MOTOR
    Rec. will from "That would All Chewing
    scheduled to meet for the C
    which is
    make. completion of the facility Bradford but outside of Starke. The Crosby said in discounting such a first time June 18. "The County has OIL 89 aL Tobacco 6 3 C" tax "
    possible.As .
    county does now appropriate an addi- drastic measure. "You can't separate
    it stands now Crosby says the tional toward We've always been gracious. Maybe the City COUNTRY Tobacco
    $2,500 Recreation in the Bradford County and Starke.
    hasn't asked for I
    Recreation fund money will run out other areas $1,000 is split between got kin and we've got friends outsidethe just don't think we'll have enough a problem help., I RIBS 189 gib, PLUG 57C& lax
    just about when the two new fields
    Theressa, Pleasant Grove, and city playing an these leagues. .
    planned for are ready for lights and Speedville,and $500 goes to Hampton, Everybody works together, we worship really don't."The Country Smoked
    important thing is for people 9Super
    fencing. His biggest hope for completion Brooker, and Lawtey but many together... it's natural that we 43 Ca
    from outside the to understandwhat's RIB BACON
    City Lb, Snuff
    and a crucial one, is enlisting residents of those areas are involvedin want to play together." need to lax
    happening. They
    from the
    help County. Starke recreation activities.
    discuss it with their County Commis-
    Supplied with figures showing that "Where 10 years ago it might have 3)) "A third thing would be have a
    the City is paying the lion's share fora sioners. If the Commissioners don'tfeel Sale on Freezer Meat
    been 70/30 (city residents to unincorporated ratio set up so you know the cost per interested in it
    the people are
    Recreation Department that serves residents in the recreation participant for each activity and then FRONT SIDE HIND
    recreation) not to
    ( they're going pay
    nearly as many residents from out "
    program) now its 50/50. Crosby charge a service fee. "
    side Starke boundaries as in Crosby is out. "The is it friction for it.
    pointed City subsidizingthe "That's not good, causes Commissioner Lawrence 129 139 159
    calling for a joining of forces the Recreation program by a larger and people have a hard time County
    recreation chairman for the
    ,
    Mosley
    County and City joining arminarmto and larger share all the time." understanding it," Crosby said, and and appointed member of Custom Culling Wrapping
    complete the Edward's Road project "In fairness to the the indeed the servicefee county an
    county, cityor even $3 per player ,
    W. U.S.D.A. Food
    the inter-governmental board, was Accept Stamps
    and then keep the quality of
    county governments neither one in the adult Softball leagues his
    recreation on a high level locally. are required to provide Recreation year for Edward's Road) was met i asked Tuesday what kind of responsethe
    That was a topic taken city could expect when asking for
    primary up services per se, Crosby added. That with criticism
    when the newly-formed inter- ....
    governmental board a four man-

    board with two members from both Soon In Starke!
    Bradford's Commission and the Coming

    Starke City Council convened for its JfHAVE '
    A HAPPY & SAFE
    first on that new board. Th.
    What his hope amounts to is selling e

    county
    money toward recreation.The .
    figures Crosby and the Rec. :
    Department have collected (see 4th Of 11' 411r 1,
    chart) show that the Bradford Com- July

    mission's constituents<< are definitely r ..r r r jI I
    involved in City Recreation.Last .

    year of the 1,494 people
    counted In nine Rec. Department activities -
    694 (147 percent) were Brad-

    ford County residents living outside of From The Employees Of The
    Starke. That compares to 730 ((49 per- I
    cent) Starke residents and 70 ((4 per- "
    cent) from outside the county. LP'' t ."a.

    Yet the City of Starke paid some
    $57,000 into the Recreation fund while Community Bank t

    Bradford County contributed just

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    BCT Staff Writer books will ever tell. .
    As one drives around in the county
    There are not many around. At one you can spot old rundown stores that
    time there was one In'every com- once was the life blood of the com- u c roa nrrKS '
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    and everything from food supplies to counties have more than their shareof : zel
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    to almost like the American buffalo. Hampton between Keystone :
    There was a time when they both Heights and Starke offers a bit more
    were plentiful but now they are few modem country store but it has held
    and far between. on to the country store idea.
    Society today has pushed aside the Hank Lett owner of Lett's Country
    old country store for the fast food Corner has one of Hampton's few remaining -
    quick-e-marts with fancy store fronts old country stores. Me xr rwrW i
    and modern ideas. This store offers everything from .urwaqW+ v J k 1
    Even In our modem time there are fishing poles to bait. The store also ; 1w
    some old country stores still around. has a mini-hardware section and a
    Most of them are slowly passing away meat section for custom cuts of meat.
    with the times, inflation, and public
    attention toward modern stores. "Its a shame there are not many h.b
    Putnam Hall, a small town between country stores around any more, 4
    Keystone Heights and near Melrose says Hank Lott. Hank explains that r kr fllJlfR ... '
    has one of the real old time country the decrease of.country stores is
    stores. awful.
    James Triest and his wife Thelmarun r.
    the old country store that houses Unlike most country stores Lott's
    Putnam Hall's post office., is neat and everything placed In its : .....
    proper place. But the basic idea is ...nuw rl V ar I 't Illey
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    Inside you will find an array of there.A Putnam Hall Is one of the few old time country stores still In the area.Modern ;
    goodies to the standard to the not so large part of the' community: Putnam Hall Country Store times and fast food stores have almost done away with the store that built jl.
    standard. It looks like a collection of -- America.
    items all pushed into one spot. It looks
    like the country stores were in the 11. shops at the store mainly because of stores are few and far between. It
    1 20's. r prices and the friendly people who takes a special type of person to be a
    work there. :country store owner and worker.In INSULATION
    I One cent candy is still sold and the ", .' ar the country store you must be the
    local youngsters bring in pop bottles Shirley Phillips who keeps the storein local information center as well as up ti
    +! to cash in and get their penny candy. order and cleaned is pleasent and to date on all the local news. It is SAVE THAT ENERGY
    I as nice a country girl anyone would. almost required to know everyone in
    ) "The original Post Office was built ever want to meet. town and where they live.
    around 1875 and that was before e r Walking into a country store is
    Keystone Heights,was ever thought This seems to be the overall advan- something special. Young or old once
    of says James Triest. tage to the country store. Country you see one you will never forget whatit
    Over the past 40 years the old coun- store owners and workers are not in a was like.Indeed i H ,
    try store has not changed much. It appears hurry to get your money and push you it is a part of the American "yI
    to be made of logs but a closer out for the next customer. In most history that is slowly passing away. It t i 'i
    look shows it is actually planks ofpecky ---- cases you will wind up talking more is sad to know that this part of IIJI
    cypress.Mr. than you will spending money. ,American history is fading.
    Hank Lott It would be well to remember that if
    Triest 'is about a fine of a Guy Starling, Lett's meat cutter, is it were not for the country store many HOME-COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL HOUSE
    gentelman as one would ever want to part time employee but he can spina communties would not be there ta- EXTERIOR
    "There are not HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATION
    just country
    meet. He can tell you things that many few yarns that bring back the past. day. Country stores..they came and
    stores around and that Is a shame, .
    would keep you interested for days on Hank Lott of Country stores are almost gone. they build towns..now the towns FIBERGLAS BATTS NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION i
    '_ end. Chances are he probably knows says Hampton. The people who own and work in the have out grown them. QUALITY INSTALLATION

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    BCT Staff Writer breeding grounds 'in Canada'where organizations income from the sales .' -
    most of the ducks are produced. of state duck hunting stamps.
    Bradford County residents apparently Florida has some 9,000 members, Some 32,000-duck stamps are sold Now
    didn't give a quack for star- none of which are in Bradford Countyor annually in Florida. $25 million was Sawyer Slade Gas & Appliances
    ting a Ducks Unlimited chapter this Union County. Keystone ,Heights raised by the club last year. Some 16
    past week. In Clay County,has some 80 membersin million was spent in Canada with the
    The meeting that was held Tues' its Keystone Heights Ducks rest being spent in Mexico and the f
    day, June 23.at the Bradford County Unlimited chapter. :: United States. '
    Chamber of Commerce building in Jerome Johns a Starke resident at Ducks Unlimited has almost 365,000
    Starke, brought only four interested the meeting stated that he was disap-- members, including sportsmen, bird-
    residents.Dr. pointed with the low turn out... watchers, and conservationists.
    .Earle Frye Jr.,former directorof "It stands to reason that people "Almost 65 percent of all ducks die
    the Florida Game and Fresh Water have so much to do that another within the first year," says Frye. It
    Commission presented the program meeting just adds to,the problem" was added that the size of the duck
    Tuesday night. Frye has been the says Johns.' population is the water' level in '
    regional director for Ducks Unlimited Canada. "The gun and hunters are D
    since 1977. Sonny Haynes of Starke, stated not a major factor" says Frye.
    that other meetings he had been to The membership in Ducks
    Ducks Unlimited was formed in always started out slow but in the end Unlimited is growing each day. The
    1930 and has held fast in its overall the chapter grew. concern for the overall protection of
    purpose concerning ducks. The Private individuals have providedmost our wildlife grows each day. Ducks
    organization raises money In the U.S., of the Ducks Unlimited funding. Unlimited is just one group of citizens
    where most of the ducks are .In recent years 16 states have con- working for a better duck population. : ,

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    21,000 Prison Population Is Record in Florida History .

    Multi-Family Housing Proposed for E. Call St.
    For the first time In history, the following year.The 1973: count was climbing on in 1979 to 20,078.) Florida has 25 major prisons and a
    I o'iorida's state prison population exceeded 10,346, and the following six years The Department's previous popula- 26th major institution will be ready to
    the 21,000 mark Department reflected dramatic gains in inmate tion peak was 20,599 in February of accept its first inmates this summer. Tentative approval to place multifamily family residences, oil'ices, and multifamily -
    of Corrections Secretary Louie L. population; 1979, before the parole guidelineswere In addition to the prisons, the state housing on an area on west housing. '
    Wainwright reported this week Rather than climbing; by a hundred changed and retroactive examination has 23 community correctional Call Street and bounded by Orange All the homes presently in the area ,
    The March 'Inmate count reached 'or so ir.nates per.12 months, the Increase of files resulted in the Street on the west and Christian: are being rented Ely; said.
    2117.)! began to be measured in the purging from the system of a numberof centers, 8 women's adjustment Street on the east, and ends on the Ely was asked to prepare a site plan
    Except for a one-year inmate thousands annually. Inmates. As a result, there was a centers, 11 road prisons, eight proba- north just before the Jessie Young and present it to the zoning board,
    population sag resulting from the From the 10,346 of 1973 the count yearlong period of decreasing tion and restitution centers and four home, was given local contractor which indicated it will vote to adver-
    J change in parole criteria, inmate went to 11,335 in 1974. Then, it soared population with the 1980 total dropp. vocational centers. Sites are being Jerry Ely.: tise bur the reclassification.
    ," population has been on a steady up- to 14,130 in 1975, added another :3,000 I ing,to 19500. The lowest point of this sought currently for two additional A local doctor's application for
    I. ward swing through the years. the following year for a total of 17,172in temporary decline was reflected in major prisons. Ely said he wants to put four duplex rvioningol one parcel in the area was
    The 1971 state prison population 1976, on to 19,269 in 1977, and a the January 1980 Inmate count of apartment units on the site, now zoned turned down by (the ,tuning (board
    ! Stood at 9,540), and inched uo to 10.112 modest gain to 19,881 in 1979 before 19,133. H1C.: Ely is asking for an UP because it was considered spot ;paling
    i Bad Equipment classification which allows single .

    ! :: : Handicapped Hard Find Brings Drivers
    .:. Parking to 6,140 Arrests Ii
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    ;.;8. Though all. federally funded and a wheelchair to get from his him a citation directly. The penalty operating a motor vehicle with defective sift 1l1'1tml+ >afss3rselleRsw7LlnecAssOsrtltr: : ststlsrs: eeifloloLastotke'sSawShop: >
    many privately owned parking areas automobile to the door of a building. for parking in a space reserved for equipment said the Florida
    ,,:':, have established special reserved Wheelchair parking spaces are the handicapped is $15. Highway Patrol recently.
    spaces for handicapped persons and always conveniently located near an A person chauffering a handicapped Records for 1900 show that troopers t
    disabled American veterans (DAY), entrance,and have special ramps for person is allowed momentary issued traffic citations to 3,608 driversfor
    very often people without walking im- the wheelchair.Yet parking in the reserved space to loador improper or no muffler, to 549 for
    pairments use these spaces. very often these spaces are be unload the handicapped person. defective tires and to 609 for defective us 301 S. 961-832 t
    Some spaces are reserved ing used by non-handicapped persons. All federally funded buildings are brakes. Offers tho
    specifically for''those using City patrol officer Eston Mosher required to provide reserved han In addition,686 were cited for defec
    wheelchairs. Some are for those with says it is very difficult to enforce the dicap parking, as are courthouses, tive or no lights and 6I1U were given
    general walking problems.These peo law which reserves these spaces,so it rehabilitative centers, and hospitals.One citations for other defective equip- 16" XLX12 I,
    ple's cars have a DAY tag, a handicapped is not very'well enforced.In of every:300 metered spaces must ment.
    person(HP) tag,or a yellow July 1980 a state citation was be reserved for handicapped persons. Also troopers arrested 63,525 for Homelite
    and black symbol on the upper ''eft issued which stated that an officer Private businesses may provide having no valid inspection sticker. I
    corner of their license plate' which cannot Issue a citation unless there Is special parking if they so choose.Di While many of these may have just t ,
    says disabled person. an occupant in the car. If a car forgotten to have their vehicle inspected with A.O.
    A study made by the state of without a special tag is parked in a some were avoiding the inspection
    Maryland found that it takes approx- handicapped parking space, the of- because they knew they tt
    imately seven minutes for a person in ficer has to find the driver to issue could not! pass.
    "These figures only relate to arrests -
    made ," said Colonel '" $299.95
    by troopers 0t
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    Hampton boy is in satisfactory Jose Juan Aviles, 5, son of Sonia do not include citations made by local ,
    condition in a Jacksonville hospital Anvedo of Hampton was brought by city and county law enforcement of-
    his family to the at ficers. Nor are any of the statistics While Last I
    after he was bitten twice by a rat emergency room Supplies
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    ,' The Hamburger May be King..But Watch ......>:..:I .I.;l.ll.'. II..: ..: ,. _,_ .. -

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    ,(r,,,' byCarlTilley cuts in the tood stamp programs and chicken than ever. The chicken is fighting good fight
    :. BCT: Stair Writer fear of social security cuts. "I think the fact that chicken is with larger fast food chains and In
    \h' Hesidents in the three county area cheaper than hamburger makes a big most cases winning. 1981 Escort 3 Door
    The hamburger may still be king of have mixed feelings over this chicken difference" says Shirley. McDonald's is the burger king In ,
    r;. the fast-food restaurants but a recent eating rage. Is it rage, or is it just a Dean Brown, of Starke was at the the fast food business In 1980 4 speed overdrive; tape stripe, color keyed
    :" upswing in chicken on menus is one passing moment away from the ham Keystone branch and stated he usually McDonald's had food( sales of over $6
    more reason why cattlemen figure burger? picked up chicken when he could billion. Burger King Is next with over carpet, folding rear seat.
    hard times are ahead. Studies of government( reports because he liked it and it was less expensive $2 billion from Its 2,766 stores.!in the List
    $5947
    l Bradford, Clay and Union countiesall showed( that Americans ate 106 than hamburger."We United States.
    have fast food restaurants. All pounds of beef per person in 1980. Thisis have one customer that calls Of all the other food chains Kentucky
    o three have Kentucky Fried Chicken down 25 percent from the 1975 his order in and picks it up on his wayto Fried Chicken is number'threeon
    stores. estimates. work almost every day" says Em- the list with sales around$2 billion
    In addition all three counties have During the same five years, ma Hall employee (of the Keystone from its 4.150 stores. t P' Sale
    restaurants that now have chicken on chicken consumption jumped from 52 Kentucky Fried Chicken branch. 'o cxr
    the menus. Even the fast-food chains to 63 pounds per person and pork Is up Tina's Restaurant in Keystone The chicken beats out well known
    that once boasted hamburgers and from 59 to 75 pounds per person a Heights reports that chicken is a big chains like Wendy's liar dees, and
    roast beef.Americans. year. seller at their restaurant. Pizza; Hut in both sales and the : u.'l'J .
    are eating a lot less beef The Kentucky Fried Chicken storein The Butcher Block Meat Market in amount of stores. pI
    than they did five years ago for Keystone Heights has a huge lunch Starke sells a good amount of chicken The hamburger may still be the
    several reasons. The war between time business. Starke's Kentucky each week. Other markets also king.....but watch out for those
    rival fast-food chains coming out with Fried Chicken reports sales are up report huge poultry sales. chickens.
    products like chicken nuggets and from past years and that business is $
    chicken on a bun with lower prices increasing.
    than the standard hamburger. Shirley Larsen. of the Keystyone Car Wash Plans Tentatively ApprovedPlans 0
    Other reasons for the slack in Heights Kentucky Fried Chicken
    customer demand include a weak branch stated business was good and for a proposed selfservicecar service car wash with high powered
    economy, continuing inflation, budget that. people seem to be eating more wash on South Temple Avenue vacuum and a waxing machine with
    ( US-301)) across from Wendy's four bays for cars and a larger bay for
    Conservation Comments Restaurant were tentatively approved semi trucks and motor homes.
    . ;. Tuesday night June, 23, by the The board indicated it approves ol I
    Starke Planning and Zoning Board. the plans but needs a site plan beforeit
    Darby Bloodgood Keystone can act. The site is already zoned 1981 Escort 4 Door Wagon,
    by Mark G. Fries of construction damage which may Heights said she plans to put in a self- B-a.:) highway business. ,
    Bradford County Forester escape casual inspection but show up Automatic Trans., digital clock, power steer-
    Damage from construction ranks later after the builder has sold out and More Mini-Storage Proposed on :30i-
    just a step from the top among the sought newer fields,to develop. Heavy ing, deluxe luggage rack, AM radio, bumper
    most common types of tree problems machinery operated over a root field Tentative approval for two more Ms. Bloodgnod) ) told the city planners.
    reported by homeowners to forestersof may compact the soil( sufficiently to mini-storage buildings just north ofMcDonald's There is need in Starke for more guards, tu-tone paint
    the Florida Division of Forestry. slowly choke the tree to death. The on US-301 south were mmi-.storagc units, Ms. Bloodgood List $7505
    same goes for too much fill dirt piledon given Darby Bloodgood. said)
    More than 50 full-time state top of even an undamaged root Plans are to purchase the present The site is already properly zoned
    foresters participating in a recent field. Or discarded bits of masonryand mini-storage units owned by Ernest 15-3. highway business.Ms. Bloodgood
    survey said such damage runs second lime mortar may change the Triest and to add two( more buildings must present a site plan for approval.If .
    only to insect invasions in tree problems acidity level of the soil poisoning it Sale EP4
    with which owners sought their for any acid-favoring trees and ?6
    help. shrubs. Cl'1s

    Any real estate salesman will tell Sometimes a forester can help the
    you that shade trees on the lawn of a landowner make corrections to save
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    house will make it sell quicker and at the life of the tree or at least prolongits y
    a higher price. Trees are a valuable expiration. This may be the exception -
    asset in hard dollars to both however. Often, there's nothing 1
    i homebuilder and homeowner so it is effective that can be done and the .? .. .
    not surprising that t construction very tree that led you to buy the houseis "4' -"' 1q.4
    damage touches off frequent calls for the first one to die

    help. ...t- \
    The Division of Forestry has writ-
    Some of the damage is direct and ten up some of the more common / / /
    obvious a driveway or utility ditch kinds of construction damage and an "1.
    may slice through the root field how they may be avoided by both
    severing half the tree's feeder roots; builders and homeowners in a new illustrated ..q 4 )'
    grading of a yard may remove the pamphlet. Numerous land 4 an.
    nourishing and protective topsoil or developers and some cities have obtained -
    the heavy machinery may take off a copies of the pamphlet for use .wo -y 1982 Ford
    square foot or square yard of the bark by their employees in safeguarding Exp Coupe,
    and wood to leave a fatal wound or ug- valuable trees. Home-owners may obtain '
    ly scar. single copies of the pamphlet 1. 3 door, leather seats, sun roof, power steer-

    But there t are more insidious types without Forester. cost from your County w p I ing, speed control, air and glass, TR perf.

    package, AM r<' 1io, w/ dual speakers.List .


    III Girl Scout News $9116
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    by ('urol).. KavesIMionefKilSHI Pratt Julee Wise, Michelle Kimutis,
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    Chain we have it. Before ,buy, give us
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    Senior Troop 669 and Cadette Troop LaTanya Tyson Tonja McCloud Sale
    520 spent an exciting three days on Valeria Randolph, Gwen Whittington a try. Full feed meal line.
    Long Boat Key at the Seahorse and Lucille Godwin. V"t'i
    Kesort. Included in their trip was a Seniors recently attended Gateway ;
    trip to Ringling Art Museum Ringl- Annual Senior Banquet at Strickland Alligator Creek Ranch
    ing Home Circus Museum Busch Townhouse on Phillips Highway in
    Gardens and lunch at the Kapok Tree Jacksonville. Troop 669 was in chargeof 984-6973 : !
    Inn at Clearwater. A bonus for the the Flag Ceremony. Julee Wise
    scouts was attending Asolo State received her Gold and Silver Leader- Wll1
    Theater where "The Song is Kern" ship Award and Pam Pratt receivedher *' Coupon ,
    was on stage. Everyone enjoyed the Silver Leadership for 25 hours of *
    music and meeting the cast after the service. Rosaland Lennon received a \ *
    Seniors workingon daisy as she was welcomed into *' ) '
    performance. were ( Wishbone Chicken : ()' s'
    Creative Cooking so they whippedup Seniors. Theresa Ricks and Nadine *' *'
    a few Gourmet meals. The Cadet- Green also attended the Banquet. J
    tes did a good job of preparing their Leaders are reminded to turn in *
    Forth Of
    meals also. Everyone loved the pool their finance report and their cookie July' Only J
    and the Gulf as well as shelling. notebooks as soon as possible. *
    Cookie money paid for part of the trip Congratulations to Lynn Izlar Ped- *
    (hanks for your support and to the dle on the birth of her daughter, *' 1981
    : S Fairmont 4 Door
    Methodist Church for the use of the Dawn. Lynn was a s< aut in Starke $1.00 Off Barrel (Reg. $10.95)) NtJY *' ,
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    her. $1.00 Off Ail Family Dinners and glass, AM-FM stereo radio, wheel

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    . Bradford Bassmasters
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    ((9 15 21 Piece Dinners Salad Included)
    B\ ;Neil; l'raxfont congratulate these two bassmasters.Mr. ,
    Earl Muse was the chief cook \
    Bradford Bassmasters held their this year, I understand Earl along With Coupon Only

    then May[ Sat.tournament May 16 had Friday their night annual May fish 15 with super W.T.fish Smith fry. and others they hada --" ....."".......".._...".,._ ._..,,..,, ., .H,.,............................_.. Sale ?3 FPq

    fry.Tournament The June tournament will be held *: Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Que oo Clly
    began Friday evening Friday: night June 12 (probably at
    at 8 p.m. ended Saturday at 9 a.m.. Rodman), location will be voted on at o.Starke 964-5858 Lake Butler 496-2785 Boa
    Ken Berryand I crossed Little San the next monthly meeting Tuesday 3 I
    ta Fe and fished the west shoreline. June 2. tJtJ
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    part of the tournament only the south ..---------------------------_..----___________________...___._____ __ ______ __________s.. t
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    and west shorelines of both lakes
    were calm enough to fish. CAPTURE TODAY FOREVER 00
    Ken and I fished hard after fishingthe 0
    little lake we moved to the pass
    but W.T. Smith and Eddy Bryan had Living
    worms( flying in all directions. So we
    moved to the south shore of the little II X 14 Color FREE
    lake still no action so we moved
    toward the pass. W.T. and Eddy were Portrait DISCOUNTED
    still in the area but Ken and I beganto -
    fish the pass then moved( east on With Purchase Of Our Complete Picture Package 3 Crown Victoria's
    the north shoreline of the big lake.
    We fished all the docks we came I Packager Mustangs ((2 T-tops, 3 are Ghia's)
    close to. About 11:30: Earl Muse and
    Mr. R.K. Bryant met us on the north $300,000 New Truck Inventory
    shoreline( of the big lake. At this point !lt. Consists Of.2.8x10's : At Year End
    Earl and Mr. Bryant was still sear iii SavingsTerwillegar
    ching for old Bucket Mouth. .
    About 12:30: a.m. Ken and I decidedto I.
    tie up to a dock and rest for awhile. .Yf ,
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    cool. The wind had switched to the : 1

    north. All' 10 Color Billfold Portraits
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    f keeper. Soon after I landed ,
    daylight a
    Extri For
    nice bass. No Chart Groups

    We had several on, released the ; Up To 3 POTJOW
    SATISFACTION
    small ones. I lost a nice bass about ( ,
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    landing.After each bassmaster weighed his SEARS STARKE SEARS KEYSTONE No Limit per Familyor 964-7200

    catch Charles Evans was the winner. Individual with
    .Charles also landed a 9 Ib. :3 Monday July 6
    oz. Hawg. Tuesday, July 7 Additional Deposit
    Second place went to Ken Teal. Ken 206 W. MAOIJOH$ ST. STARKE, FLORIDA
    also landed the largest bass a 9 lb. 4 10:30.5:30: 10:30: 5:30: NO AGE LIMIT
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    may be striking in baseball'spro areas have," said Douglas. Head ed with the athletes we've got and I Calvary Throws 2nd Into Logjam
    leagues but that's far from the Coach of the club. "I've been improvthey're playing together as a team."
    case on the local scene as the Pratt St. t
    ballfleld will be a beehive of activity
    next week with the Dixie Youth Minor
    League All Star Tournament coming Kingsley Lake Baptist stumbled Men's Church and Tom Bailey went 2-4 with triples,
    against Brooker last week,
    to town. Baptist Blame Dyal was 2.3, and Farelon Me- -
    falling 3-1, but still clinched first Clellan doubled.
    Five visiting teams plus the boys place in the Church League with its SoftballCalvary Lloyd Allen and Bruce Jackson
    from Starke will gather in Starke for 15-2 mark with 1 regular season gameto were both 2-3 frthe) losers with one of
    the double-elimination tournament In- t play. Second place isn't so easy to 8 Madison St. 5 Allen's raps going for 3 bases.
    volving 8-10 year olds.) 1 figure out.Calvary. Hard-charging Calvary Baptist got June 25:
    I Play starts Monday night, July 6, the league's hottest team 2 runs in each of the last 4 innings to Calvary I 11 I Pine Level 2
    with Keystone Heights playing Bel- down the stretch run, dentedMethodist's get by Madison St. with Billy Burgin Calvary Baptist knocked off Pine
    Med American of) Orange Park in a 19 hopes( to lock up second leading the winners with a 2-for-3 Level Ronnie
    as Nugent went 2for2to
    ,aria with a 14-12 win Tuesday night, leav-
    f
    8:30: lid-lifter. At 8:45: Bel-Med Na- c game. knock in 2 RBIs and Jack Anderson -
    tional takes on) Lake City. t: ing both Methodist and Church of God For Madison Gary Melvin was 2-3 Randall Griffis and Michael
    with 14-4 records. Tonight, Thursday,
    with a double and David Harley also Ames all
    went 2-3.1 of Anderson's hits
    The Starke all stars coached by Ed- July 2, in the second game at Ed- 23. went for 2 bases. ,
    die Douglas, Jim Lewis, and Richard wards Road Methodist and Church of
    Wimpy go against Middleburg at 6:30: God will playoff for the second place Brooker 3 Kingsley 1 For PL Bruce Jackson and .
    Stalnaker both
    went 2-3 with Jackson
    Usually thunderous Kingsley Lake
    Tuesday night with the losers of the trophy.
    Monday contests) squaring off) in an ) r t Tuesday's win was Calvary's fifth Baptist left its bats home this night rapping a double.
    elimination game at 8:45: Tuesday {, straight as they passed by Hope Bap- and Brooker Baptist pulled off a 3-1 Kingsley II St. Marks/Kp. 6
    Two games will be played Wednes-- A tist (loser of 4 of its last 5) to claim stunner. Kingsley Lake tallied 7 runs in the
    day, one Thursday ((6:30)), two Fri- 1d7AY fourth in the league. Buddy Davis doubled for the win- 5th and won as Curtis Crawford slugged -
    day, and then the championship tilt ners while Douglas Crawford and Billy an inside-the-park homer, Dwayne
    Saturday night at 8:30: with a second June30 McRae were both( 2-3 for Kingsley Hardee was 3-4 with n double,
    title Calvary 14 Methodist 12 Lake Coolidge Gassett 2-4 double
    game to be played Monday night, with a ,
    July 13, if necessary. Gene VanZant went 2-for-3 with a June 28 Donnie Elder 3-4, and Darren Hardee
    home run and triple Michael Ames
    Last year Middleburg topped) --- ..-.. .. ....----- -- .. -.- was 2-4 with a double, and Buddy Kingsley 1 12 Hope 10 23.For St.
    Keystone for the Minor cham- In a game that was tight all the way Marks/Episcopal Larry
    League Padgett and Ronnie Nugent added 2
    Minor League Winners The Phillies Kingsley Lake Saucer was 3-4 and Danny Nugent and
    pionship with Starke winning 1 of 3 hits apiece as Calvary closed out a Baptist came up with 3 Tetstone
    went
    games to tie Lake City for fourth. The The Phillies ran away with this season's Dixie", Youth Minor League baseball title strong second half of the season. in the sixth to edge past Hope Baptist 2-3.
    victory last year was the first for For Methodist Kevin Tillman was with Dennis, Douglas, and Curtis
    Starke In Minor all star play with this Members of the championship team were: kneeling left to FIght Rick 3-4 with a double, Ricky Johns 2-3, Jay Crawford showing the way with 3 hits Standing through Tu.. W-l
    being just the local league's third try Klmutus, Bill Hamilton, Darin Patterson, Jason Smith Eric Noegel, and Bill Eaves 2-4 with a double, and Gareth apiece. KlngiUyLok 1S-2
    .' at all star play for this age group. Meres. Jones, Doug Reddish, and Pat Mun- Dennis busted a triple and double Church of Cod 1....
    "I think we're going to have a pretty Standing, left to right. Coach Al Coston, Brad Hamilton. Greg Griff, Jimmy dorff added 2-baggers. and Greg Alvarez added a 3-bagger! in 1 lit Methodist 1...
    good ballclub... it's just hard to tell Smith, Chris Noegel, Scott Johns, Hal Davis, and Coach Jim Womack.Not Kingsley's win. Calvary Baptltt 11.d !w
    not knowhing what all these other pictured were Matt Whitehead and Stephan Hut to. St. Marks/Ep. 7 Brooker 1 For Hope Ron Strickland was 2.4 Hop. Baptist 8-7
    St. Marks/Episcopal closed out its with a triple, Richard Denmark 2-3, Mod lion St. Baptist 51
    season with a victory as Darrell and Gerald Hammond tripled. 8rook 6.11
    O'Neal 2-3 with double r Baptist
    went a Jeff
    Belcher 2-3 Saucer 2-4 and Church of God 10- Pine Level 8 St. Marki/Eplicopal 5.13
    Dixie Stars Larry ,
    Boy Draw 1st-Round Bye Tetstone doubled. Church of God squeezed by Pine Pino L.v.l ..12

    For Brooker Baptist John Cone was Level Baptist as both John Thompson iuniorStors 2-13 b

    2-3.
    Starke Rec. Director Cheryl God- ie Boys tourney whipping Clay- Coaching this year's all star group Church of God 23 Jr. Boys 2 IOn
    win Stars drew a bye so Starke's baseballAll American 10-4( but falling;( to Lake City are Hiram Chappell and Gerald Church of God closed out 14-4 as Al Stars, Jr. Stars Suffer 0-2 Weekends
    to have the best draw
    appear by scores of lft-4 and 64. Blankenship. Waddell went 3-4 with an inside-the-
    going as they open play in the area the field at least last weekend's! and were then eliminated by HoJo's
    Cole
    Bubba
    Dixie Boys ((13-14)) All Star Tournament park HR and double, was trip to the Jensen Beach youth invitational -
    4-4 with double, Harold Smith 3.4
    next week in Middleburg. a was a lousy vacation for the 156.The Jr. Stars played 2 close
    Dixie Stars with a double.Darryl Hilliard 2.4 with games
    SelectedThe
    The Starke club sit back and
    can Major an inside-the-park homer and Tom Starke Stars and Jr. Stars. but came out on the short end both
    watch as the tourney's other 6 teams Bailey 22. Both were sent home in just 2 times, which has been their habit in
    do battle Monday night, July 6. Mid-
    dleburg and Gainesville West collide baseball all stars who will Akridge, Warren Carver, and Jerry For the Jr. Stars Greg Chamberswas games.For the Stars, who had steamrolledto play Host against Martin youth Downs teams.topped the Jr.
    and Lake represent Starke in the Dixie the 2-3, Jimmy Schoening tripled, title the weekend
    City and Keystone Heightsgo coming Wilson, and that brings up oddity their own invite Stars 6-3 and Sunrise of the Ft.
    at it in 6:30: games while Bel-Med Youth Minor League All Star Tournament that has ocurred now for the third and Tommy Crosby and Randy before here in tarke> the early Lauderdale
    area squeaked out 10-9
    and Gainesville East go head to headat in Orange Park have been straight year in Dixie Major All Star Thompson were 11. demise was particularly staggering. win Saturday afternoon to eliminate a
    8:45.: selected. play. Again Akridge will be across the Only 4 teams competed in the senior the locals. Satellite Beach won the
    In Tuesday night play Starke plays From the Dodgers will be Jimmy diamond from his twin brother Edgar Kingsley over Hope boys (16-18)( division and the Stars 1 5-team>> tournament for 13-15 year olds
    the winner of the Bel-Med GainesvilleEast Wilson, Brad Green, Stacey Bowen, when the tournament opens. Starke (by forfeit) were the first to exit. Admittedly the with Martin Downs second and
    game at 6:30 as part of another and Stacey Green. Braves selected plays the Keystone Heights team other 3 clubs weren't creampuffs by Sunrise third.
    't '1':3game"evenh1g'Tournamentactioncontinues coached by Edgar in, an .opening. H June 29 an means. Miami's Banditos, the run-
    were Ron Brown, Tom Watson, and Leading the Stars in hitting for the
    with round June 20, at 6:30. Church of God IS SM/Pres. < the Stars at Starke's Youth I
    3 Monday to
    ) contests Wednesday, James Johnson Lawtey Blue stars game started nerup weekend was Clayton Norman, 6-for-8
    Leadoff hitter Sam Bassett
    2 Thursday and the first championship chosen were Chris Cribbs Robert Rounding out the field for the things off right with a 3-for-3 game Invitational two weeks ago won the (.750)). Scott Hudson was 4-7 (.571))
    game Friday night at 7:30. If Starling, and Scott Anders. Mets be- tourney, which will run through the while Bubba Cole was 2-3 with a HR Jensen Beach event. Jensen Beach'sFirst with 4 runs, Richard Warren 3.8I.500)
    necessary a second) finale would be ing picked were Hal Wood Stephen week of June 20-26 at the Bel-Med and triple Randy Joyner 2-3 with a Federal, defending state champ ( ), and Larry Long 11. Most of the
    played Saturday morning at 10. Jones, and Brian Whitehead from Complex in Orange Park are Lake CIty double Bennett and took secpnd while third went to the regulars had off weekends and slug-
    Admission to the tournament is $1 Douglas 2-2. HoJo's of Ti ft on, Georgia, a club that
    the Giants comes Gary Wise Chuck Bel-Med American and National Harvey Smith 3-4 in the Church of God ger Bill Goodge was sick and unableto
    for adults, 50 cents for students. Coburn, and Robby McRae. Middleburg, Green Cove, and includes the handful of players leftover play.
    Last year Starke was 1-2 in the Dix Coaches for the team are Edward Gainesville Orange. victory.For ) from last season s national
    St. Marks/Episcopal Larry champion Tifton Blue Flames outfit. nom Paladino smashed a grand-
    Saucer was 2-3 and Wager tripled. The Stars lost to First Federal 9-3 slam homer against( the HoJo's.( r


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    Lawtey Trophy Day 2-mile ((15:14.99)) and mile relay! ((86.0 Carlson (east of Hawthorne) to takeon
    Is This leg), the Putnam A's.
    EveningThe Andrew Moon 1st in boys 14-13 shot
    Lawtey Dixie Youth Associa- put ((27-9) and discus ((86-7)), 4th in 220 Pop Warner Watch
    tion will be holding its Trophy Day ((35.43)and5thin 100(14:51)( : ) ; Maxine your
    this evening Thursday, July 2, star- Fralick 2nd in girls 14-1 1500 Registration Set
    ting at 5:30: p.m. at Cobble Field. ((7:12.56)) and mile relay ((85.0 leg); Registration for the Bradford
    Included will be a covered dish Henry Cooper 3rd in the boys 12.13 220 Cowboys Pop Warner football teams
    weiner roast.Roadrunher. ((32.76)), 4th in the 440 ((76.28)), and 5th have been set Saturdays startingthe
    at 100 (14.07)); Benji Hawkins 1st in end of this month and running Fortune
    Results: boys 6-7 100 (17.50)) and 2nd at 440 through August I. growaOMONTH
    The Bradford ((1:36.61): ); and little DeWitt Revels, a Signups will be held at the Bradford
    Roadrunner Club 22 month old trackster who won the Square Shopping Plaza in front of
    continued its weekly trek to Orange
    5-and-under 50 dash in 35.32
    yard
    June
    TG&Y from to 3
    '. Park in search of track & field com : 10 a.m. p.m. on
    petition with 9 local competitors taking seconds. 27, July 11, 18, and 25, and August 1.
    part in the all-comers meet and all Age groups are Mitey Mile 7.9 year
    placing in their age groups. Lawtey Celebrates olds; Jr. Pee Wee 8-10; Pee Wee 9-11; MONEY MARKET CERTIFICATE

    Pam Hawkins continued her winn- Diamond HomecomingLawtey's Jr. Midget 10-12; and Midget, 1113.iCuyiBul' .

    ing ways with firsts in the 100 ((11.48)1
    220 ((25.01), long jump ((16-9'a' ), and semi-pro baseball Cubs
    and Softball Cu>bettes
    are having
    mile relay ((62.0 leg) while Paul big 4th of July Humecoming a The
    Saturdaywith 12 %
    McKinney claimed firsts in both of his the Archer Nine Devils and Ar-
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    cher Devilettes furnishing the opposition annum
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    Other Roadrunners with
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    : ..' Herbert Hawkins 1st in boys IS-17 age The Cubs bring a 10-5 record into Will NOT T
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    group triple jump
    '' the while the Cubbettes have 11r2nd
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    Dommos Again Dazzlers 2nd
    Champions? ,, ;

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    i" But Who's Going to Claim 3rd Spot?



    k" Pint second, and sixth was decided and Joy Maines 2-3 with doubles to .
    but everything else In the Women's Women's Open lead the attack. '
    hc, Open League was up for grabs as we Also, Lorna Leasure doubled, and 1
    1 went to press Softball Gloria Sapp was 23. .
    Third baseman Evans was 3-3 witha
    ', The Dominoa carted off their fourth double for the Saints. r'J
    straight league crown with an 18-1
    leaders took the win behind
    Gayle
    June 17 ,
    season the Dazzlers have second R
    Lee, Diane Smith, and Joy Moines, 5
    j ,, wrapped up with a 12-6 mark and 2 Dominos 12 > Dazzlers 3
    who all had 2 hits.
    games to go, and first-year Alligator Joy Maines had a 3-for night witha H
    Creek Ranch has a lock on last with Smith had a triple and Maines a triple and double while Linda Cub- / '
    l its 0-18 mark but the Rowdies, Saints, double. bedge powdered a home run and Lin-
    and Slaves still have some shuffling to Ginny Kilby was 3-for-4 for the da Lee was 2-3 as the Dominos toppedthe ..
    Rowdies.
    .I Dazzlers. '
    do.The Rowdies (U-9) and Dazzlers Saints 19 Slaves 10 Paula Reed had an RBI double for :
    were to meet in a doubleheader The Saints outslugged Lawtey's the losers.
    Wednesday, July 1. If the Rowdies Slaves as Vickie Rosier went 3-for-S Rowdies -Alligator Cr. 1
    e won Just one game in that twinbill with a triple Mary Felton 2-4 with a Sharon Kilby nailed a triple and 2
    r they would take third place with the home run, Janice Jockel 3-5 with 4 doubles and Fritzie double pelbein
    Slaves (8-11) and Saints ((8-11) playingoff runs, and Penny Aderholt 1-1. cracked 2 triples and a to leada
    for the fourth place trophy tonight, For the Slaves Libby Hudgins was torrid extra-base hit attack for the i
    Thursday, July 2, at 6:30: at Edwards 2-4 with a double, Geraldine Crews Rowdies.
    Road. But, if the Dazzlers swept 2-3, Joan Saunders 3-4, and Daune Kilby was 4-for-4 while Priscilla
    Wednesday's twinbill then the Overman 2-4 with a triple. Starling was 3-4 with a triple and
    Rowdies, Slaves, and Saints would Melanie Gohagen and Juanita Reed
    end in a virtual tie and a three-way June 22 added doubles for the winners.
    Slaves 12 Cr. 0
    playoff would have to unlock the 3-5 Alligator Dazzlers 7 Saints 6
    Daune Overman and
    positions. Kelly The Dazzlers squeaked by the
    Richards socked home and
    runs Saints in a good ballgame at Edwards
    Geraldine Crews was 3-for-3 to leadLawtey's
    June 29 Road as Pokey Jenkins went 2-4 to t
    1 Saints 3 Dazzlers 1 Slaves past Alligator Creek knock in a couple of runs.
    Ranch.
    Lone runs in the 1st,3rd, and 5th in- Libby Hudgins was 2-3 with a dou- For the Saints Mary Felton tripled. Men's Open League Title-Winners.... Without Defeat
    nings the Saints Penny Aderholt was 2-3 and
    defense were shut the enough Dazzlers as down. ble, Peggy Nettles 2-2, and Peggy Rosier 2-4 with a double, Vicky Hayes Builders and Electric breezed through the Starke David Thigpen, Jimmy Alvarez Randy Hayes, Ronnie
    Sandra Cauley 2-for-4 to lead Morrissey 2.3 for the Slaves. Rec Department Men's Open League without defeat this Kilby. and David Gaines Top row. left to right. Benjle
    the winners while Janet was Williams wasa For Alligator Creek Aycook was 2-3 Rowdies 12 Slaves 4 year, compiling a perfect 18-0 mark. Padgett Chub Johnson John Valin ski, Jim Lewis. Gene
    with a double; Linda Pressley, L. Fritzie The champions pictured are: bottom row, left to right. Tanner and.Stuart Duncan.
    bright spot for the losers, going 2-4 Stoppelbein was 2-for-4 witha
    hart, and Iris Hart 2-2 and Loretta
    with a triple and double. Marchant 2.3.Dominos ; triple, Ginny Kilby 2-3, Peggy Net-
    tles and Sharon Kilby 2-4, and
    June 24 18 Saints 0 Melanie Gohagen 1-1 as the Rowdies
    2nd Poor
    Dominos 12- Rowdies 2 The Dominos tagged 19 hits with jumped out to an 8-0 lead and cruisedto Hayes at Boys Tourney..
    The Rowdies held the Dominos Sheryl Jackson going 3-for with a victory. -
    down in their run production but were home run and 2 doubles, Karen Nor- Daune Norman doubled for the
    held to just 8 hits as the league man 3-4 with a double, and Gayle Lee Slaves. Hayes Builders&Electric of Starke Orange Park 10-3( and Poor Boys 6-3 nobody on base as David Thigpen
    captured second to the Macclenny but losing to the Crackers 13-5 and in smacked three four-baggers and
    Crackers in the Poor Boys class "B" the finals 17-11. Poor Boys took third. Stuart Duncan added a fourth-inning
    men's Softball tourney held in Lake blast. The result was the 13-5 loss to
    Butler last weekend. In the opening game win over the the Crackers.In .
    Hayes, the Starke league champs, Rebels defense was the key and Gene
    mastered everybody but the Tanner slugged a sixth-inning home the loser's bracket Hayes
    Crackers, topping Macclenny's run to help out. Hayes got home run dumped Harriet's Bluff as Al Wofford
    Rebels 5-2 and 9-5, Harriet's Bluff of production the next time out but had smacked 2 homers, one a grand slamin
    : S ::: Sa the third, and Thigpen and Doug
    Maines added HR shots.In the 9-5 win

    ,,, Ti.w a. r rya 'tr + !r v(1hur ...But 1st in Starke LeagueThe over Wofford the all Rebels busted Maines home, Tanner runs and, and in ,
    :
    the 6-3 win over Poor Boys Duncan,
    ...,
    r r i Maines, and Jim Lewis drilled
    final order of finish in Starke's Jimmy Alvarez were 2-4 with triples, homers and Ronnie Kilby and Jim
    Men's Open Softball league was: David Gaines was 3-4, Ronnie Kilby Alvarez had doubles.In .
    Hayes Builders & Electric on 'top, 2-3, and Doug Maines doubled.
    with Starke's Stars, the Lawtey the championship game loss
    Wildcats, and Olin's Mobile Homes Final StandIng. W-L Hayes lofted 4 out-one each by Dun-
    following in that order.Men's Hay*Builder Electric 1-0 can, Chub Johnson Tanner, and
    Stark Star 10-. Lewis.
    'rat tawtoy Wildcat '-'2Olin' Top batting average for the local
    Open *Mobil.Homo 2."* club went to Lewis, who hit a cool .666

    SoftballJune

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    Dr. Lounette Eaton B.S., D.C.

    Stars 11 Olin's 6 Dr Wayne C: Eaton, D.C.Keystone'Chiropractic.
    .
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    The Stars wrapped up a 10-8 campaign .
    ,J ,v with a victory as they scored 6''
    4 i.h i. runs In the top of the seventh to wipe Clinic
    out a 6-5 Olin's lead.
    Ricky Sullivan and John Riggs
    were 2-for-2 for the Stars with John At SR-21 North
    + v, x Bennett banging 2 doubles, and Scott
    ____h _______ Hudson and Randy Andrews adding Keystone Shops Suite 5 '

    Domino's Do It AgainFor 2-baggers.: .
    Phone 473-3604 "
    Jerry was 2-3 for Olin's.Hayes .
    the fourth straight year its the Dominos sitting atop Gayle Lee. Top row, left to right. Coach Donny Bagwell
    I the Starke Women's League. Diane Smith, Karen Norman, Joy Maines Lorna Leasure, 16- Wildcats 10 and 3 '
    Hours 9 a.m.1
    18-0 p.m.,6 p.m.
    The league winners are: bottom row, left to right. Dawn Sheryl Jackson. Edith Sapp. Charlotte.Ames Linda Cub- Hayes wrapped up a perfect p.m. ,
    Schoenlng. Gloria Sapp Debra Gilpin. Linda Lee and hedge and Marian Walsmsley. league year as David Thigpen went
    Wed. & Fri.
    4-for-4 with a triple and 2 doubles and Mon., Tues.,
    Gene Tanner was .3-4 with a 2-run
    homer to left at Edwards Rd. plus 2 9 a.m.-l.p.m: Thur'sdaysModern
    Green Machine 4th in ValdostaStarke's doubles.
    Also for the winners Jim Lewis..and X-Ray -. Physical Therapy Facilities

    Green Machine won .4 games but couldn't get by staterival .
    American Amicable and had to settle for fourth in the Budweiser Invitational in
    Valdosta last weekend.
    Machine drilled Interstate Motors 31-16 in their opener but Amicable, a team
    out of Crestview in the panhandle, smashed 20 homers and beat Machine 2816in &!) 4th CJ
    the second round. July Specials
    Machine came back to pound Senne Lumber 31-9 in 5 innings,edge D&M Racing a x'h.'h."r rye
    of Jacksonville 16-13, and crunch the Pensacola Raiders 23-7 in another q.i q. G
    2423.game abbreviated by the 15-run rule but Amicable eliminated the local club Waters Grocery

    Elite of Macon Ga. captured first at Valdosta with Amicable second and U.S. 301 782-3737 Lawtey.Fl.
    Sherrod's Van of Jacksonville third. Ad Effective July '3 thru July 9Picnic
    Leading hitters for Machine were Mike Jacobs .759 with 6 homers and 20 I
    RBIs, Fred Winston .741 with 11 shots and 21 ribbies, Ray Fleetwood .667 with We Will Bo Open July
    team-high totals in homers with 12 and RBIs with 28, Ken Carlton .667 with 7 Supplies 4thQua1., I Ity Meats!)
    four-baggers and 13 ribbies and Terry Stratton .550 with 5 HRs and 12 runs bat- n
    ted in. _
    Machine goes to Jacksonville this weekend along with Waters of Starke for a 3 Dn Ground Camps
    4th of July biggie. ,
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    JockelKittles Win Mixed DoublesThe SAH8ASILykos


    tennis tandem of Jennifer Jockel and Archie Kittles proved to be the bestin I I ... $111 Ia. $155 $111 I
    the Lipton Tea Mixed Doubles Tennis Tourney put on through the Starke Rec. IL .
    Department last week and now will move on in the nationwide competition.In .
    the local finals Sunday,June 28,against the team of Ella Cooney and Jerry
    Wilson Jockel and Kittles lost the first set of a best of three match 6-7 t Lykes
    (tiebreaker) but came back to record IH, 6-3 wins to close out the match and 4
    take the title in the tourney involving 4 teams of men and women.In 111111111. CLUED
    the semifinals the winners had eliminated Phyllis Muggins Buddy Coll- .l ;' $141 $121

    ings 7-5,6-4 while Cooney and Wilson won by forfeit.In { .. FflANHS tevt. HAM ew.p.
    a first round match Tuesday Huggins-Collings squeezed past Lori Muse ,
    and Jerry McGriff 6-3,6-7,6-4 in a three-hour marathon match. ,, 1 \. 1- 12 oz. 6 pk "Cold" 8 Pk 16 oz.FLAVSRS.
    The local winners advance to Sectionals, which will probably be in Jacksonville -
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    Still 1st, Astros 2ndThe laIC



    league lead Pirates with kept 2 more control wins but of the the Smallfry The Florida Bank at B 5 Lb Bag 5 Lb. Bag

    Astros passed up the Yankees to takeover Softball

    last week.second place in SmallfrypUy Starke presents the 1111R1A IIIAII CharcoalCamps

    June 30 Wishar. Tana Sarnt Misty Fill, and
    Suns 17- Yankees 10 Darren Evans taUed3 scores apiece. employee of the month.This $111 1 $ i n
    The Suns topped the Yankees as For the Garon Brian Titus and i .3. 19Cf
    Larry Matt Robbie, and. Jeremy Jason Welty had 3 runs and Todd Hut- f
    scored 2 runs each. cheson and Frankie Bush 2. month Linda
    we recognize Cubbedgefor I
    B.B. Prevatt and Deven Williams
    tallied 2 scores for the Yanks. PIrates 14 -Yankees June 25 t the month of ,July. Linda was chosen by Pk 16 Oz NEW Wescn'I'll '

    Astros 16 RedsSfeThe John Loper and Devin Jackson both fellow staff members for her outstanding perfor- $111 I Dop' S GIS
    Astros scored 8,1bf the game'slast scored 3 runs and Michael scored a in her Food u
    mance assigned and her to : Dog
    job sou.
    7 runs to win with Chris Tucker couple of times as the Pirates topped ability get '' & cam I.
    and Timmy Taylor showing the way the Yankees in a battle for first place, along with others. She began work at the bank-Ih

    with 3 scores. Rhonda Bryant, Chad For the Yankees B.B. Prevatt and May 1975 and works in the Loan Department. Old Milwaukee 12 oz. 6,pk as Lbo 52S ',..
    Chanda and Jill scored 2
    Welch Wood Jeff Carver runs. "
    Williams scored a couple of times. Reds 13- Gators t & $ I
    For the Reds Sport Cooper. Sean- David Elder led the Reds with 3 Illi i! We Will Be Closed July 6

    Josh Frederick Crawford Jones scored David twice.Elder and runs victory.and Shane Irons added 2 in the I" Florida Bank at Stark lax

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    News Briefs Lawtey News.

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    I Both Drivers Charged In Starke Mishap "'"

    l by Elizabeth Terry Bowman of Jacksonville, attendedthe sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Norman "The Sisters'Tea Room" in Orange A.'.
    ..-'- Both drivers were cited by local estimated at$700. Phone 782-3300 first homecoming of the King's Starling of Lakeland.Mr. Park. They also enjoyed a visit with
    '/ police after the cars they were driv The Buick was traveling south on Church with her son and daughterinlaw and Mrs. Lonnie Teston were their friend Gwen Chojnackl, who is
    / log were involved in a traffic accident Walnut Street. The Mercury stopped CHURCH SCHEDULES AND AC- ,Mr. and Mrs. James C. Bowmanon Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and one of the "Sisters". .
    at Walnut and Pratt Streets at 11:30: at a stop sign and then proceeded on. TIVITIES: Sunday, June 28. Mrs. Lester Slade of Hampton Lake. Thursday was "Disney World Day"
    a.m. Friday, June 26. The Buick struck the Mercury In the Church of God: Sunday School 10 Mrs. Myrtle Vanzant visited her Mrs. Wilma Wainwright is expecting for Eugenia Martinez, her mother
    Roosevelt Risby 20, of Starke was right rear side, according to Starke a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and 6 sister, Mrs. C.R. Crews on Saturday her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and daddy, Karen and Manny and her
    not Injured\ but damage to the 1971 Police Dept.Patrolman. p.m. Prayer Meeting and YPE afternoon. and Mrs. Clyde Wainwright for the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R.E.
    Buick sedan he was driving was Sonny Jackson cited Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Friends of Mrs. O.J. Phillips regretto fourth of July weekend.Mr. Lee.The
    estimated at $400. Risby for operating a motor vehicle Evergreen Baptist: Sunday School learn that she is a patient in Brad- Ward Landis returned home descendants of Jacob Lafayetteand
    Mary Bass Clark, 18, of Lawtey was without a valid drivers license and 10 a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and ford County Hospital.Our prayers are Saturday from Bradford County Ida Estele Williams held their
    not injured\ but damage to the 1976 cited Clark for violation of right-of-) 7 p.m. Training Union at 6 p.m. with her. Hospital after about 3 weeks there. family reunion at.Kingsley Lake.
    Mercury sedan she was driving was way. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: Mrs.O.J. Anders visited her son-in- Our prayers are with him. Those in attendance were: Marvin \
    law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Miss Doreen Wilson and her fiance Williams, Mr. and Mrs. George
    p.m.Faith Baptist: Bible School 10 a.m. Johnny Jenkins of Milliard, for a Capt. John Bloom, flew in from Ger- Williams, of Hampton, Mr. and Mrs.
    ,I Youth 5, Treated For Snake BiteA Worship Services 11 a.m. and 7:30: week. many Thursday night. Frank Williams of Melrose, Mrs.
    p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday at Mrs. D.O. Brown and daughter Mr. Leon Conner and Mrs. Pierce Ruth Matchett of Orlando Jimmy
    Hampton boy is in satisfactory Bradford County Hospital where he 7:30: p.m. Shawna visited her brother, Mr. Crews attended the Sing at Morgan Williams, Boston, Mass., Mr. and
    condition in a Jacksonville hospital was treated for the two snake bite Grace United Methodist: Sunday George Wright, of Atlanta, Ga., Road Baptist Church: on Saturday Mrs. T.J. Mann, Tammy and Jay of
    after he was bitten twice by a rat- wounds on his lower left leg. School 9:45 a.m. Worship Services 11 recently. night and they enjoyed it very much. Brooker, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Williams
    tlesnake and was rushed by After he was stabilized he was a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ceballos and Deepest sympathy of the community and Lynn of Raiford Mr. and Mrs.
    helicopter for treatment after he was. transferred by Lifeflight Helicopter Highland Baptist: Sunday School family, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Crapse is extended to Mr. Richard Sapp Wm. L. Durban, Bo, Dewey and
    brought by his parents to Bradford Baptist Hospital in Jacksonville. 9:45: a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and family, and Ms. Mary Minote, of and family and other relatives Jessica of Lake Butler, Mrs. Raymond
    County Hopsital in Starke at 11:30: He was taken out of the intensivecare and 6 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. Gary because of the death of his wife, Mrs. Williams, Brian, Lisa, Denise
    a.m., Sunday June 28. unit to the floor,-Tuesday, June day at 7:30 p.m. 'Wheeler, were Sunday guests of their Cleo Sapp. Our prayers are also with Durban Mark and Johnnie Johnsonof
    Jose Juan Aviles, 5, son of Sonla 30, according to Joe Sarver of the The King's Church: Rev. C. Donald parents Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Crapse, them. Jacksonville, Cheryl Boyette,
    Anvedo of Hampton was brought by Baptist Hospital public relations Love, minister, Children's Church 10 Sr. It was a surprise dinner for Mrs. Mrs Wendie Smyth of Jacksonville, Kingsley Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
    his family to the emergency room, at staff. a.m. Sunday School 10:00: a.m. Wor- Crapse's birthday.Mr. spent the weekend with her parentsCol. mond Durban, Chris, Ramie and
    ship Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. and Mrs. Wayne Hardee at arid Mrs. Wm. Wilson and other Greg. Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Boyette and
    Joyful Singing Evening Worship 7:30: tended the wedding of David Padgettand relatives.Mr. Angela, Lawtey. A good time was enjoyed
    D Swervy Right Turn\\Gets Car Into WreckA p.m. Monday 4:00: p.m. Bible Story Miss Darlene Mills at Maxville and Mrs. Tommy Talley and by all.Lawtey .
    Time. Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Orchestra. Baptist Church on Saturday, June 27. family of Jacksonville, had a family
    Tampa woman was charged with was estimated at$250. Wednesday 6:30: p.m. Choir and Miss Pam Moore of Homestead, is birthday party for their son, Chris, on
    careless driving after her car struck Both cars were eastbound on Wednesday 7:30: pm. Prayer Meeting. spending a week with her father,Fred Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Garbage Dump
    another car while she was making a Brownlee Street. When the Pontiac Laura Baptist: Sunday School 9:45 Moore,Jr., at Kingsley Lake. Talley of Starke, and Mrs. John Tye,
    turn on East Brownlee at the Apart veered to the left and then veered a.m. Worship' Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. Ronnie McClellan and son, Sr.,and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. Still Receives
    ments in Starke at 1:51: p.m. Friday, back right in order to make the right 7:30 p.m.Prayer Meeting Wednesdayat Paul, of Vldalia, Ga., spent a week and Mrs. John Tye, Jr., and family, Cans and l\Ietalltems
    June 26.Priscilla. turn into the apartment house complex 7:30: p.m. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie helped celebrate the party with birth- In further clarification of Lawtey'snew
    A. Nutting, 52, of Tampa.was front entrance, the Oldsmobile Long Bridge Baptist: Sunday McClellan and Mr. and Mrs. Mack day cake and ice cream (homemade). garbage and trash pickup policy,
    not injured but damage to the struck the Pontiac in the right side School 9:45 a.m. Worship Services 11 Sweat and other relatives. Mrs. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Boyette of maintenance man Lit Phillips says
    1980 Oldsmobile sedan she was driving door, according to Starke Police a.m. and 7:30: p.m. Prayer Meeting Clellan returned home Friday and her Jacksonville, visited their brotherinlaw the city dump will continue to receive
    was estimated at $150. Dept. Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. son, Paul,remained for a longer visit. and sister, Col. and Mrs. Wm. can and metal items if put in garbage
    Loyal Eddie Aldridge, 28, of Starke Patrolman Nathaniel Smith cited Morgan Road Baptist: Sunday Fred Moore, Jr., and sons and Wilson on Sunday.Mr. bags and delivered to the dump by the
    was not injured but damage to the Nutting on the careless driving School 10:00: a.m. Worship Services 11 daughter Miss Pam Moore, attended and Mrs. Robert Lee spent owner.
    1969 Pontiac sedan he was driving charge.Obituaries. a.m.and 7 p.m.Training Union 6 p.m. church services at First Baptist in several days in Fort Walton Beach The city truck will pick up only
    Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 Starke on Sunday with his mother, visiting son John. Daughter, Karen limbs, and old boards, every other
    Mrs. Fred Moore, Sr. and family, returned home with Thursday. The regular garbage
    p.m.Northslde Baptist: Sunday School Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wolfe and son, them. pickup will continue every Mondayand
    I 10:00: a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. Danny, of Cape Coral, were Friday On Tuesday, Mrs. Robert Lee, Friday within the city limits.
    and 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting Wednes- overnight guests of their brother-in- Karen and Manuel Martinez and their
    day at 7 p.m.Smyma law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn daughter Eugenie, enjoy'lunch at
    Missionary Baptist: Sun- Shuford and Nancy. Mr. and Mrs.
    day School 10:00: a.m. Worship Services Wolfe went to Wilmington, Del. on
    Mrs. Pattye F.Harrison and Mrs. Dorothy Rowe, Keystone 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer Saturday. Danny stayed with his uncle -
    Mrs. Pattye F.. Harrison, of Heights; 10 grandchildren and 15 Meeting Wednesday at 7:30: p.m. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn :
    Jacksonville,died suddenly Thursday greatgrandchildren.A First Baptist: Sunday School 9:45: Shuford for a longer visit. iBeer. 25 ::.L-ITTLt .
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    morning June 25, while visiting her memorial funeral service was a.m. Worship Services 11 a.m. and Mrs. Chuck Moore and sons, of
    daughter in Keystone Heights. held at 3:00 p.m. Friday, June 26, in 7:30 p.m. Training Union 6:30: p.m. Hollywood, FL,spent a week with her (with food order) 'ii': V "
    Born in North Carolina, she and her the Riverside Park United Methodist Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 7:30 mother Mrs. Copeland in Lake City. '.. WT l1
    late husband, Leon F. Harrison, had Church with Dr. Richard Wash officiating p.m. They plan to spend this week with his Early Bird Special .u.LUU-
    lived in Jacksonville since 1951. Mrs Interment was in Pineview PERSONALS: mother, Mrs. Fred Moore. Chuck will \
    Harrison was a member of the Riverside Cemetery, Rocky Mount, KC. Satur- Mrs. Ralph Coleman went to visit spend next weekend with them. 4.6 20% off total| check -'_ ttestauranl
    Park United Methodist Church I day. DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home her mother Mrs. Opal Davidson, of Mr. and Mrs. Doss Higginbothamspent p.m. \
    and was a life member of the Holly.. of Keystone Heights was in charge of Defuniak Springs for a week. the weekend at their mobile (except) with other promotion) ,
    Circle Garden Club. local arrangements. In lieu of I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott and sons home here, and visited their son-in-
    Survivors include: three daughters, flowers, donations may be made to Richard and Jason of Orlando, were law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill IB Summer Hours 964.6877
    Mrs. Louise Wash, Pensacola Mrs. the Creative Art Group of the River- guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe and son, Danny, of Cape Coral 4 til 10 301 S. Starke
    '
    Eleanor O'Keef, Rocky Mount, N.C., side Park United Methodist Church Ray Rosier Sunday,until Wednesday.Mr. while they were Friday overnight p.m._ p.m. -----
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    Scott attended dispatch school of guests of Mr.and Mrs.Glenn Shuford.
    'Winn-Dixie in Jacksonville while Danny remained for a longer visit. $2.00 Off Any Giant Or Large Pizza With Coupon
    Elmer Thornton
    Mrs. Ruby Varnes CrosbyMrs. here. Mr. and Mrs. ,Charlie Mosley and
    Ruby Varnes Crosby, of Elmer(Pee Wee Shorty) Thornton, Friends cf) Mrs. Purvis Brown daughter, Jeaneen of Highland were Not Good With Other Promotions
    Jacksonville, and a native of Lake 60, of Raiford, died Tuesday morning regret to learn that she is a patient in Saturday supper guests of their son-
    Butler, died Monday, June 29. in the St. Vincents Hospital in Bradford County Hospital. Our in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
    Mrs. Crosby had lived in Jacksonville Jacksonville after a brief illness. prayers are with her. Patrick Henry of Lawtey.Mr. .
    since 1931 and was a member of Mr. Thornton was a life long rest- Mrs. R.W. Bowman and grand- and Mrs. Fleam Starling spent .,
    We New Zion Primitive Baptist' 'dent of Union j County. 'He was 'children Kenny' and Samantha .the'weekend with their brother and w.a .y
    Church. employed with the Jacksonville i
    Survivors include: three daughters Shipyard until ill health forced his
    Mrs. Margie Strickland, Waycrou retirment. Mr. Thornton was a
    Ga., Mrs. Violet Pappy and Mrs. member of the Raiford Lodge No. 82
    La Vonda Bonin, both of Jacksonville; F'AM and the Starke Shrine Club,anda
    one son, Freeman M. Crosby, Sr., Member of the New River Congregational Drs. Lytle and Yant
    Jacksonville; three sisters, Mrs. Methodist Church.
    Maggie Aldridge, Mrs. Ruth Griffin,
    and Mrs Naomi Knowles, all of Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. Podiatrists Foot Specialists
    Jacksonville; two brothers, Jake and Marzillie Rosier Thornton of Raiford;
    Doyle Varnes, both of Lake Butler; his mother,Mrs.Lizzie Griffis Thorn-
    twelve grandchildren and two great- ton of Raiford; two daughters,.Mrs. Office Now Openat
    grandchildren.Funeral Violet Jones of Lake Butler and Mrs. 1
    services will be held at IV Irma O'Neal of Raiford; two sons, "BEATTHE c
    a.m. today (Thursday), July 2, in the Joseph Thornton of U.S. Army Key
    New Zion Primitive Baptist Church, West Florida, and Jimmie Thornton
    Jacksonville,with Elders Aubrey McCormick of Jacksonville; one brother Elzie Union General
    Winston Boyette and Thornton of Raiford; one sister Mrs. Hospital
    Samuel Parrish officiating. Alma Ratlif of Macclenny; and 14 .
    Graveside services will be held at grandchildren and 12 foster children. Lake Butler
    Swift Creek Cemetery in Union County -
    at 2 p.m.George Funeral services will be held Friday HEAT" with
    H. Hewell and son Nor- at 2 p.m. in the New River Con- Practice limited to
    Inside Funeral Home, Jacksonville Is gregational Methodist Church with I :

    in charge of arrangements. J.C.Rev. Lauramore John W. Yarbrough officiating.and Burial Rev. Diseases. of the foot and leg. Central Air Conditioning

    will follow in with
    Sapp Cemetery
    Jimmy L. Brown Masonic Rites at the Graveside. Ar- Including surgery, sports medicine,
    L.Brown,26.of Starke,died cher from
    Jimmy l Funeral Home of) Lake Butler is
    Sunday June 28 at Alachua General in charge of Arrangements. Mr. children and general foot disorders. SAWYER !
    Hospital following a brief illness. Thornton will lie in state at his home .
    Born and raised In Bradford County from .4 p.m. Thursday until Friday Phone: 496-232:
    Mr. Brown attended ,Bradford morning at 11 a.m.
    .County Schools and was employed by COMPLETELY INSTALLEDHEAT
    the Robinson Construction Co. of)
    Gainesville. He was a Baptist.
    PUMP
    Survivors include: his mother.
    Mary Brown of) Starkel'; a stepfather D'S. INCLUDES $2100
    F. Robert Starke; his Captatu
    father, Carl Brown of Hampton; his DUCT WORK .
    grandparents Hubert and Ruby Grif- '. 8ondsY Moo" i
    fls of Raiford; a brother, Paul Brownof FEAsT 2 Ton, plus electrical work
    Starke; and a stepbrother, BobbyD. .
    Mullen also of Starke. RlMP
    Funeral services were held S c11-::
    Wednesday,July 1,at 3:30: p.m.in the ub tc' ize
    Chapel of Archie Tanner Funeral tend@ .
    Home of Starke with Rev. Ray: ;- '
    Williams conducting the services. : ;\a. -L
    Burial was In Santa Fe Cemetery : ,', ::110''
    under the direction ()Archie Tanner ... "

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    Leroy Hopkins Sauer 82.of Starke .. !.i.
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    morning. June 28, V.
    died early Sunday
    at his home follow:jig an extended, '. '. a. .. '&&Jj rj
    lness. 1 ''I t
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    Born and raised in Cairo, Ga., Mr. ", ;,0'1'1' Na i
    Sasser was the son of the late James i f'\" .; .
    and Mary Taylor, former residents of ".' ; : :: +
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    Georgia. He was a retired fruit picker' .: r, V {
    and was of the Baptist faith. : -
    Survivors) include: two sisters, Mrs., ') C--
    Marjorie Pope, Plant City and Mrs. Y"+ ': :. I
    Ona Mae Davis, Cairo Ga.; and one .
    brother, Hershel Sasser, Starke. lender,golden frled."blte-slze"shrimp
    Graveside funeral services will be fresh creamy cole slaw 2 hush puppies SAWYER.AIR

    conducted at 11:00: a.m.today in Antioch(Thursday Cemetery),July in 2, crisp, hot trench fries the Captain's special $299 .

    Plant City with Archie Tanner cocktail! sauce
    Funeral Home of Starke in charge of / CONDITIONING
    arrangements; ; (participating
    CiMa Captain DO

    Card of Thanks .. : ,187A Call today for a fr. $"", .,.
    ", SERVING All OF .
    15' NORTHEAST
    Captain $ /
    We wish to thank each of you who' .' FLORIDA FROM LOCATIONS,.:'

    brought food sent flowers and cards, : j-. seafood. & hamburgers IN STARKE *% -
    and for the words of comfort duringour __ 7701
    time of sorrow. '-- ...like you like it! CILL .
    May God Bless each of you. ighway; 301 South. Starke

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    CLASSIFIED AD : FORSALE FOR SALE FOR SALE WANTEDGOOD PERSONAL I

    Deodllng lor Insertion TUESDAY NOON preceding Thursday I SERVICESCOOL

    ; before publlca ion. i ELECTRIC STOVE 30Inch. USED NEWSPAPER UNCLAIMED TAPPAN. PRICK PAID for used

    Minimum charge, $2.SO. l $50.00. Call 782-3978. 7/2 ALUMINUM PLATES! 24 x MICROWAVE Top'N Touch mobile home If mortgageIs SEAL, FOR TRAILER
    (Covers 15 Word.). r Itchg. 36" 25' each. Bradford model I with meat probe, 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'S TOPS materials C labor .
    Each word over 13 I .PC. DRUM SET newly County Telegraph, defrost cycle, variable MOBILE HOME SALES. furnished. $75.00. I rwtUtAa
    Is 10 cents J cov.red. $150 or best of- 9646305. tire power settings' 650 watts, 64-5606.. Open 7 days 431.1827.4/16 tin.

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    copy SILVER QUEEN SWEET Plumb. fixtures and pip... month. White Sewing and axles. + 4 tires $135.00. cular hand carbide

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    electric hospital bed. orthopedic Whites . *
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    a-brac ready buyer complete FILE CABINET .
    home and 4.DRAWER
    ; kitchenmisc. tfn. each. Phone garage brick centfrucflon VA Assumable' mortgage
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    3 BR. 1 BA LIVING ROOM 9645636. 1 Itpd 7/2. CALVES Call 9645772. 6/25 REPAIR Call
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    win Johns. look for signs. GLASS CUT TO ORDER:
    S SALES Fri.. July 3 & ) 5/7/ tfnchg. 2:30-6:30: : on Sunday. Doors windows, etc * * ,
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    APARTMENT north of good
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    : Dishes, glasses, toys school. Lg. shady lot. nished. No children No Melrose. See signs. Bring tion. Price too low to men taken 'In Lake Butler * * *
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    t til??? Cloth.. furniture garden grope vineyard or- rooms, stove and DRYER: $75. Hospital bed. $18,500. 9646490. 4/30 CONDITIONERS Sales and cleared M IOA trees lots of pecan Frees 2 chicken

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    and OMEGA
    many ************* TWO BEDROOM TRAILER: FURNITURE Two twin beds, : AM/FM both, spacious ground zoned commarclol.
    Items. Corner of SR225 and radio 8trqck. Chrome mag 473-3775.4/9 typing at my home. Please I * *
    3BR 2Ba., 12x60 located 'In dresser with mirror. Good *
    1: 200-A In Lawtey. !Itchg 7/2 Spanish lot stylehorn. In Gainesville near VA condition. Call 4732121. wheels, automatic 12 x 50 MOBILE HOME with call Ada Reddish at 60.35 acres beautiful rolling land In Breaker area. Frame
    YARD SALE: Thurs., Frl.. t on spacious Hospital. $115 monthly. transmission. $795.00. Call 15 .x 30 addition on back. 9647910. tfnchg 5/21. 'name Hood repairs tranquil living.
    Stark. $32,000.Janet Itpd 7/2. .
    Sun., July 2. 3, 5. Phone 964-7184. 6/4 TFchg. APALOOSA. REGISTERED: 964-6303 or can be seen at $4250. Phone 782-3198/ or BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK * * *
    ',,. 4-Fomlly sale. Clothes furniture M. Starling f FURNISHED APARTMENTSThree Stallion with papers. 4years 135 W. Call St.. Starke. 9647680. 7/2 2tpd! 7/9. SERVICE: Bradford County 1 r Brick home with appro 2000 la. ft. CilIA carport 2 full

    baby bed. a little of Realtor large nice rooms. old. boy with white 6/25 tin. residential pump-outs bafhi, 48*. 'kitchen/family room with fireplace carpefed
    .
    everything. 911 East 7823931Or I Utilities furnished. Private blanket and white stock- 966 VOLKSWAGEN: Runs HELP $50. We. also re-lay drainlines. IRa DIl. paved driveway fenced 45000. as um. ma.... \

    South got. Drive. tpd 7/2. driveway. No children no Ings. $1000 or best offer. good. Engine recently Phone 964-8121. * * *
    ; GARAGE SALE Friday July pets. Ph. 9645464. 6/18 9646741. 7/2 2tchg 79.UserTpairtts |('rebuilt. Gas saver. Also. WANTEDMAID 5/28 TFchg. take Brooklyn Adorable' home screened perch deck .
    L. 3. 600 W. Adkins at I 9648327CUSTOM Tf tfn. soft drink box In good con- SEWING ALTERATIONS: CfMA w/w carpet. Only S4I.B90. Own, fin. $34.500.
    Orange St. Refrigerator' LAWTEY AREA 3BR home dition. Call 964-6984. 1 tpd NEEDED:Apply In per Call 964-5033. 6/25 2tchg * * *

    plumbing supplies, sinks, HOMES: now with lots of shade. $250: 7/2. son. Trail Motel US 301 7/2. lOA near Gofa'Aeoa'-flmbep-power pafe-creek-astvm. .
    cloth. 9647443. Itchg '" CHEVY IMPALAS. JIM'S LAWN MOWER'IREPAIRS j .
    under construction per mo first and last North. Lawtey. Itchg 7/2. .mortg.I
    .
    7/2. overlooking Starke Country month in advance plus 4-door .327 engine. A/T; : Hydraulic locks., * * *
    t YARD SALE Friday& Sat., 100.m..5 Club. Adams and Hall security deposit. PS: PB. New tires, runs CARRIERS FOR PAPER all sizes. Special: Tun. J '.Fish, camp on good fishing lake with "living 'Iuari....
    p.m. behind Tackle Builder Phone 473-2056 JANET M. STARLING good. Must see to appreciate. i ROUTE! In Starke-Keystone ups $15.00. Free Oil * * *

    Box, 341 N. Temple Ave. or 475-2120. 6/4 TFchg. Realtor. 782-3931: or 468-1 549. I Itpd Heights area Call Florida Change and blades $7600 for small frame home en city lot ("..ds TlC).
    Times-Union from 9 sharpened. Open 8 am.5
    )!pd7/2. 9648827. 6/25: tfn. 7/2. a.m. * * *
    VAl NO MONEY- DOWN: "J973 DODGE 4-WD LWB; 5 p.m. 964.:5165.: Itchg72.AUCTION p.m.. closed Tue*. A Sun Valuable property on Ml adjacent/ to Cant. Telephone.
    FRI. 4 SAT. YARD SALE: .14% Int.r..t.JBR.: 2BA. day. 301 South. Call I
    FURNISHED APARTMENTS
    auto; $650.00. Good mud. * * *
    3-family garage sale. Cosa del Forest. Call available immediately grip tire*. Call 782-3716 .468.1588.6125 2tchg 72. '200' on 301 1.61 '>. Finest commercial "ro,....,. Terms.
    Some of everything Also 473-3133 or 9645533. Bobt REDUCE SAFE t FAST: with
    Reasonably priced. See anytime. 7/2.,2tchg 7/9. * * *
    new glassware, novelties Harris. 6/18 4tchg 7/9. thorn Bel-Air Go-Bete Tablets 8 E-Vap
    at Apart $41.500 IS acres er 30 lots Feret Heights en Rd. 16 W.
    and dishes, at reasonable NEW HOMES LAKEFRONTS: ments. US.301 south In PUREBRED REGISTERED 1 AUCTION KEYSTONE FLEA "water pills." Andrews I
    * * *
    prices Corner.301 and SR Shell home on plars. Will Lawtey 7/2 tfn. ANG BULL 3-yr. old. LOJt.f.RUNQ.."., .:.,.JWARKEIWhe onlyt.alr) .con.i .',. PharmacyJ<.yst'9ne.' 'Ugtjt.; Two I acre parceter *. 4 miles' ,from Sraike.. ,
    appro qOodq I
    16 at Gulf Italian 9.5. Alto ba ready for owner to Phone '964-8356, James .r .' 'foltloned market la,area. 7/2 2tpd 79.BABYSITTING ,netoftbor quiet, 'Mnll"I I '- '
    will rent space to anyone finish on July 1. Under 2 MOBILE HOMEi Furnished Gaskins. TFNchg 5/14. LOST! WITH', REWARD Lawr.nc. Blvd. NOW : Will babysitin * * SI .
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    for .selling. Call 964 5685 or 50000. Call 473-3133 or or unfurnished. Privatelot. REI'OSSISSIDSINGERFUTURA Black ,cat named "Tiger". OPEN 7 DAYS. 4737181. my home. Fenced In I I Owner loaning town 4 BR 2 B brick home en 1.75 acres'Country :

    964 5180. 9645533. Bob Harris. 6/13 2 miles from Starke. Model White spot on right 1 1 yard. Days Corner i Club..fenced back yore'>...a<*um. morf.
    Extra
    Call 4682101. 7/2 2tchg 900 one of Singer's finest foreleg.' Lost near Sonny's casru Brownlee Rd. and SR 225. * * *
    4tchg7/9.
    2 BEDROOM FRAME house 7/9. models. Originally sold for BBQ (May 9)). Call Town ft We buy cans. .S.3OLbisO Big farm house. 7/2 2tchg :Best ".h/ll' Lot 42 Sampson take Shores has light polo
    $479.00. Pay balance of Country Vet. Clinic. other metals I 79. and septic tank and a "dog", of a trailer $16.7001
    with an apartment on lot. DUPLEX. BR. 1 BA, Corp.t.n.w cash Turn Trash into cash ,
    $141.00 or $12.60 per 964-6411 or call collect SIGN PAINTING/ Commercial * * a
    o'1 In city of Starke. Price air conditioning unit; month. White Sewing and 1-313-342-3704. 6/25 2tpd Bradford RecyclingN. and private. We will $75,000 for 4.a.s nice' acres on $01,N. Highly desirable.
    I -1 2400000. Phone stove and refrlg, 122 N. Appliance Center Archer 7/2. ( Temple Ave.) design Call 964.8669 * ** '* *
    I Or 964.8022.6/25 2tpd 7/2. Myrtle St. No pets $195 Sauare. hone 376-"466. 964-5938 before 3 p.m. 496.3291 House beautiful 2244 sq. ft. CIlIA close fe shopping.,
    I 3 BR. 2BA HOME: with 9.28 per mo plus $100 damage Operated By BUARC 7/2 tin.
    I anytime. * * *
    .
    Iii acres, deck. energy saver; deposit. Call 964-8082. Solid Oak Developer dream near Hampton 31 acre plenty. of
    wall-to-wall carpeting; 2 Itchg 7/2. timber roads Owner finance @ 12% In'.'.".

    man-made ponds; private; Swings Rockers I * * *
    WORKDAY HOME trees: completely fenced. LAND 1/f SEWING MACHINE OPERATORS K.500 Worthington Springs store and 3 'lot*.,

    : $90 PER HUNDRED 65000. owner financed. '24.95 H 5 Experienced Sewing Machine * * *
    : Wititsr. Amertci'i fommoiltenantry 10%. Call 964-6741 after. 6 FOR SALE 964-5771 I Beautiful tot #7 of Golfvlew Subdivision near Country
    company needs home p.m. 7/2 2lchg 7/9. Operators. Must be able to work 4Yz Club St.BOO.

    S srerkin to update local malting ONE ACRE-WELL SEPTIC days 40 hour week. * * *

    ______; ..l.. AH loei. ..""lIIlIcl uscss.ary. 1 MOBILE HOME TANK utility pole, circle LIMEROCKFor Apply In person, on your vacation we Realtor Associates-Affer Hours.
    Wayne E. Douglas' Broker-Saletman 64-6593
    fence
    drive privacy utility
    Call 711&-42.1000 lit 8452 INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS house. Good land. Lawtey. will be open for interviews 7 a.m. to'4p.m. Byron Terwlllegor47776 Gerrl Lonnon- "-*,,40

    : $6500. Phone 5332559.: Roads & DrivewaysAll Monday thru Friday. I Marlene Raberts-.$505 Martha & ->397AnneTerwllleqarNel .

    I"III POLICIESAT tfnchg5/2l Types Rock & Bldrs Sands Starke Uniform Manufacturing on.475-U7y I Rick' Hendrl964H

    I tIl BJ 20 yd. Semi-loads Only 441 E. Brownlee St., Starke, Fla. r- PROFESSIONAL TREE SERVICE :

    I RECOVERY REASONABLE RATESOIlns ACREAGE Allen' Taylor Lawtev 782.3172 _.. '
    "!ROOM . Strawberry Acres: 1.7 ac. Types .Insu'red 'I''

    -' 'The Recovery Room of Mobile w/well and culvert. i Portable Buildings _l ct.All ESTIMATES

    lake City Local Dist. Home SalesFREE Assume 9'l% mtg. .. Thomas D. ...tt1ssi l
    Archie Tanner Funeral QUOTES 15000. I SUZUKI OF STARKE
    *********** WANTED i___ 498-3731 Lake tailor ,
    Homeq645751St Phone 964-5606 I,
    14.06 Acres Secluded
    : .&.Fl. Elolne/ / M. Olin Agent shady. S21 .000. I Hwy 301S S64-603D ._ fltj Registered Nurses for all shifts, full and Ads
    inehg _
    *********** part-time available with pro-rated
    6X10 thru 12X50 Get ResultsMOBILE
    10 Acres Appro*.! with l evening and night shift differential.

    Classified Ads 23000.large barn adn. well Competitive salary based on trainingand HOME

    *********** Treat your feet to the good life with experience. A complete benefit INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS

    Get Results 6 Acres Appro..1 With well HEALTH SOLES "- ,package includes group medical and POLICIES AT
    and 10200.
    pole
    power life insurance as well vacation
    as sick
    REASONABLE RATES
    Janet M.. Starling water-filled inner soles
    1 and holiday leave time. Excellent promotional .. .... ...
    Realtor for walkers and workers on the go. .. WARNINGHurricane

    !![ Fill Your Freezer 782-3931 ??.-I I Amiable at General Shoe continuing opportunities education'available.and inserviceand us II/ 'you season ore one Is of upon the

    Repair Contact Nursing Director ((904)) 2596211ext. few who don't /have 'Insurance Wail

    SPECIfll: MISCELLANEOUSFREE STARKE SHOE REPAIR Learner' Repair 114, Northeast Florida state hurricane- If ond wheno/ PHlHn
    approaches,
    you
    All] U-Pick Ads PUPPIES. Mixed breed. 416 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. Two" Day Service Hospital, Macclenny, Florida 32063. An won'I be able' to purchase 2" ruFaatAotary 6"

    _ Call 9648393.. llchg 7/2. 964-6261 On Most Work affirmative/equal opportunity Mobile Homo Insurance _
    employer. So fake advantage of the '
    5200C t circumstances and pur- ,rilting Equipment

    BUSINESS chose your insurance now .._.STATE UCENSEDPugnpa'
    (Reasonable Wording Please) NORTH CAROLINA Olln't Mobil .

    Ad Deadline Tuesday Noon OPPORTUNITIESEMPLOYMENT Job OpportunitiesWITH MOUNTAINSMountain Home Sales .

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    FREE QUOTES _
    :i Bradford C0lil1t7T.lirapl, OPPORTUNE THE GAINESVILLE SUNWE'RE cabin with fireplace. Dandy garden spot. Phone 964.5<<))6. ., New.& Used
    ___ TYi Established route with
    964-6305 This I I. a handy man special became It it not finished tlalnoM.. Olin Agent .
    large debit company. Call inside, roughed wire and plumbing) completed. Water "'''u SaleaPartsServlcePlumbing
    between 8 and 10 ask lor
    EXPANDING and the outside I Is completed. Large deck overlookingmtrm. '
    David. Phone '
    Taylor.
    a You live In It while finish _E-Z. Terms. ..
    PersonalizedLetterheads 9647914. 6/11 I 4tchg 7/2. can you It up. 3 mile --- -
    COM..LITIIEAN. AND Sportswear MOTOR ROUTE from Murphy. $24,500.00. $500300 down assume M.-

    & Stationary Shop. 1485000. CARRIERS loan. S ; !

    Your location call collect NEW&USED
    BRADFORD PRINTERS Amy 19047514520. Itpd 6.24" acre near lake. Good 0"..*. located In the Navy! Installation
    7/2. are needed In mt".. Several bldg. .It... Cot away from It all. We,finance. our own.'

    ____1 _110 W._Call_St. _- 964-5764 Bradford I $12,500.00 make you the new owner, $1500 down, KIR8YS Remodeling-...RepairsPUMP. "!
    _. -- CountyDue assume loan. ROYALS


    CARDIN to 'lake house, three bedrooms located on Blue EUREKAS DU. r..D .._.
    I: BROS. expansion we) need Motor Rout. Ridge HOOVERS
    lake. Private This
    Is a beautiful setting. $ 9,5OO.00.
    Carrier In this
    Steve cardln-Owner area. Must be bondable and 14500.00 down assume loan. ELECTROLUXFILnRQUEENS' '

    hay. dependable transportation. Good &
    [964-67501 I opportunity .
    to supplement your Income In exchange These are a f few of ever 2000 1i.llnts.W. have all SEARS SUPPLY
    I LNDCI1A23lcU SEPTIC TANKS for few types of property from $500.00 per acre and up. We COMMERCIAL.W.I'OpII' .
    - DOZER WORK LARGE! SMALLSEPTIC TANKS /INSTALLED a hours work each morn- have small tracts, we also have several cabins COMPANY
    all rn.k.e.LI's'..
    FHU. DIRT UMEaOOC eOsLUMTMiPS RgtAJDenuonrr Ing. For more Information contact: house, old forms etc. Write or call today for a free .. .
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    July 2,1981 Page liB


    Mets Get Leg Up in Dixie Major Playoff Series With 15-6 Win Over L. Blue



    The Meta, whJ>reezed to the .-
    Blue: half title after watching Lawtey Dixie Major 4-run uprising in the first and never die innings to take a regular-season-/ ble and Stacey Green added a ((3-for-4), Robert Starling (2-3 with a
    para them by in the first,had lit- double David Burns tagged an RBI closing win over the Giants as Stacey 2bagger.For double), and Chris Cribbs ((2.2 with a
    tie trouble in the first and went on to en- Green, Brad Green and
    taking game one of a best Jimmy the Braves Chris Douglas was double).
    of three? championship series Tuesday Baseball Joy a 3-for-3 game with 2 doubles Wilson all contributed: 2 base hits. 3-3 with a pair of doubles, David Timmy Giddens had Blue's other

    night* June **. at Pratt St., winning while winning pitcher Stephen Jones Both Greens doubled in the victory Williams and Richie Taylor were 2-3, /
    1M In a game halted after 4%Innings Wednesday night with one or two Davis was 2-4 with another' double, Drew while for the Giants Chuck Coburn Alonzo Williams 1-1, and Reggie hit.Stacey Green and Jody Brown went
    3-4 and
    by Blue. games, whatever was required to Jamey Carver 2-3. tripled and Edward Hudson, Robby Leverson and Ron Thomas 1-2. 2-3 for the Dodgers with Brad Green
    The series,which matched: first half decide the overall champ. Jason Huggins roped another double McRae, and Michael Gray stroked June 25 and Kent Harrison having the other
    and Kyle Harrison and Brian
    title-taker Blue against the second In Tuesday night's opener the Mets Whltehead chipped in singles doubles. Gray had 2 hits. Giants 11L. Blue 6 hits. ,

    half,champ Mets, was to continue led from start to finish thanks to a For Lawtey Timmy Seeley was 2-3, June 23 The just 2 hits but the June 23
    walks
    Robert Starling doubled and Timmy Mets 13 L. Gold 1 most outof and errors to recordan Mets 13 Giants S
    ,
    Giddens singled., Stephen Jones slugged a first- 11-6 win over Lawtey Blue. Steven Jones tossed a 2-hitter and
    I --On: on County Ads- Inning home run that propelled the Gary Wise and Chuck Colburn had went 3-for-3 with a double to lead the

    And in the good luck mixed with bad Mets Brian to an easy win over the Giants. the only hits for the winners, both Mets to a four-inning win over the
    .. Whitehead was 2-for-3 and singles.For Giants.
    department Jason Crews off the
    came Drew Davis 1-1 for the winners while 1,. Gold
    Blue Robert Starling smasheda 12 Braves 9
    bench and cracked
    PERSONAL a double to score 3
    INSURANCE WANTED runs in the Mets Dodgers game a :Allen Wood had Gold's lone hit. 2-run homer, Timmy Giddens was Lawtey Gold nailed down its thirdwin

    SERVICESCASH couple of weeks back but the 2-for-3 with a double,and Timmy Sea- of the season, second of the last
    poor Dodgers 10- Braves 9
    MAINE
    INSURANCE AGENCY Jy was 2-4. half, Tuesday night leading from
    MOBIL HOMES WANTED) fellow broke his toe the ,
    following Marlin
    difference -
    160 S. Lake Ave. Lake Day's score was the
    PAID FOR ALUMINUM Will pay cash for your used weekend and missed the of the start to finish in topping the Braves.
    Butler rest as the Dodgers the June 22
    CANS 30 cent pound. 496-3978. CompleteInsurance mobile home. Roy Powell won on Quinn Adams was 2-lor-4 with a
    per
    season. strength of 4-run fourth frame. L. Blue 10 Dodgers 8
    Cooper brat and bat. Service. TFN 4963377. TFN 4/16. a double, Russ Miscally added 2 hits,
    teries. H and R Black Office COMPANION FOR MY June30 Stacey Bowen went 2-for-3 and Blue tallied 4 runs in the fourth Inn- and Dale Norman, Allen Wood, Billy
    ). 31 S.6th St., Macclen- FORSAI.E ELDERLY MOTHER In Lake Dodgers 14 Giants bashed a 2-run homer for the winners ing to take the lead and went on to win Gault, and Malachi Jenkins had hits

    ny Florida. Phon. Butler room and meals The Dodgers scored big in the mid- while Jason Polk was 2-2 with a dou- behind the hitting of Timmy Seely -for-- the_m winners.n _____m_
    2596992. TFN 6/18. OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUP. provided salary

    NOW OPENi John's PLIES GIFTSSee Union negotiable. Full or port- Keystone Ads I
    Moot County Times open Monday time. Call collect after 9p.m.
    Room. Road 123
    W..t of .
    and Tuesday 8:30 a.m. 904-752-3636 or
    Lawt.y. Custom cooling. to ..5 p.m., Wednesday 9047522897. 2tpd 6/25
    cutting and wrapping. 3tpd clod Thursday and Fri- 7/2. FOR SALE WANTEDCASH PERSONAL PERSONAL PERSONAL FOR RENT
    61862571'l.RIDUCI .
    day 8:30a.m0 .till noon.5.. SERVICES SERVICES SERVICESWOULD
    SAFI AND FAST' our 1/2 price' tabl.* of LAKE LOT on sand bottomedlake FOR GOLD, sterling 3BR 2BA HOME-CH/A.1350
    with GoBese Capsules one in Hlllcrest. $800 diamonds, coins. month.
    selected gift Items. jewelry per Lake access.
    CARPENTER WORK FREE YOURSELF OF UN.
    down $146.44 month. YOU LIKE a complementary
    "water Andrews WANTED per Will visit home 376-0078.
    C-Vap plllt" 3/12. : your tfnchg 6/18
    Remodeling work kitchen WANTED HAIR with electrolysis.
    Phone 473-4058 or Mary Kay
    225 W. Main 3765235. Mr.
    Drugs QUALITY BLUEBERRIES Investors( ) with a- 473-4367 after 6 p.m. anywhere. cabinets and trim .Call for a free consultation facial? For information
    6/25 7/2. Rittman. 6/4
    2tpd tfnchg
    ( U-pick or w.-plck at tlnchg 3/26 carpenter. Reasonable 473-7033. Amy'sElectrolysis call Teena 4733159. Itchg HOMES FOR
    WILL BABVSITi In my horn. Scnretxmonn's Berry Farm pproximately $20K LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE. RIDER WANTED..D..tlnotlonColorado. prices. Call Ed Dempsey at 490 LawrenceBlvd. 7/2 SALE8EAUTIFUL
    F.nc.d yard and hot SR-241 A. Provldence.Xall for either ventureor Keystone Heights,, owner Leaving 4733680.July 8. 473-2477 after 6 p.m. .. Keystone, tlnchg 6/4 NEED SOMEONE TO KEEP
    Phon. Russ at
    meals. Janice Noegel 735-0211. 4tchg 6/11 6/18 financed 10 percent In Hnchg 64ALCOHOLIC SWIMMING LESSONS Mar. YOUR KIDS Plenty of out TWO ACRES-
    4%-2510. 4tchg 7/2 7/9 6/257/2. an approved IRS terest. Lots on clear sand 1 Itpd 72MISCELLANEOUS' ANONYMOUS |orle R. Dodd. 4734206. door excitement and water and home
    property In
    r 7/167/23. GOATS, SHEEP, PIGS AND Closed meetings Monday 8 Coll June 22nd through !9-10
    tax-exempt func- bottomed lake, priced to sports. Ages only. Deerwood. Hills 3 miles
    ROOM a BOARD at old TURKEYSi for sal*. Phon. sell from 9900. On. to p.m. Open meetings, Fri June 25. Starting July 6, 473-7047. Itchg 7/2 north' of 24x60
    Keystone.
    country houM offering two 4963184."" 4tchg 7/2 7/9 tion. ((904) 496-3619 five acres overlooking lake day 8pm. Alanon Monday Monday through Friday. TREASURE DETECTION. mobile home 3BR 2BA

    meal. dally lor six day a 7/167/23. or write: M12PAH, ,(access available) with 8 p.m. Alaleen Monday 7 Beginners 930.1000: 4 Hove you lost a precious carpet, CH/A. deep well
    w..k. Privato share 1976 FORD ELITE) Loaded BINGO. .AMIRICAN All In old and
    room meetings 2tchg
    nice trees from S3.5OO. p.m years up. ring or similar item? W. with delicious/ .
    bath. Prefer working men. excellent condition, good P.O. Box 364, Wor- $500 down $50 a month. LEGION HALL, SR-21. Educational Building Community MOTHER WILL PROVIDE TLC can help you find it. Call Owner wal.r.S28.000. will
    Shlloh. Rt.2.;Box 740.Lak pas mlleag. $2995. D.M. thington, Fl 32697. Commercial Iron tog.- Saturdays, 7 p.m. Public invited Church. tlnchg 6/4 lunches for your child for moreinformation.473.4581 finance with reasonable
    Butl.r. 32054. Hal. 4962171. TFN 7/2. tfnchq 6/4 PRESSURE CLEANING-
    while
    Investment opportunity. you work. Monday. down payment. Discount
    9044963619. Itchg 7/2. FILTER QUEEN VACCUM SR-2IN. Owner-salesman. PUBLIC AUCTION-Every Fri Phone 4732477. tfnchg 6/4 Friday 7 a.m. to 5:30: p.m. evenings to 10 p.m. 1 tpd for cash. 9123777496.
    CLEANERi 2 years old. excellent 473-437S. Hnchg 6/4 PLUMBING REPAIRS-larry Phone 4732851. Itchg 7/2
    CUSTOM day and every Sunday 7p.m. Nights and Sundays,
    MAD condition 350. LOSTBlack AKC OOBERMANSTopquality Hwy. 17' north in Teogue Plumbing. EXPERT AND EFFICIENT HELP 9122940189.) tfnchg 5/7
    DRAPIRIE3tFr..stimot. Alto Eleclrolux Vaccum
    You invited 473-1513. tfnchg S2)CARPENTRY CLEANING-all kinds. Fr.
    only. are 3BR 2BA
    Polotka. Wholesale HOME In Silver
    ... Labrador auction WANTEDEXPERIENCED
    Clean.r.I old $300.
    Local
    year AND MASONRY .
    to visit our kennels. estimates Houses, apartments
    Mondays, 7 Ridge overlooking Silver
    distributor for completely' Phone 4962620. 2tchg 7/2 female, 2 yrs. old., 475-1228. 6/11-7/2 p.m. 4tpd WORK-build patios, additions and offices. Call Lake. Two miles to
    washable nationally 7/9. I WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN remodeling homes 47524S7. Itchg 7/2 TIG WELDER
    large dog. Wearing Keystone schools
    advertised Oord..". SINGER AIR CONDITIONING tfnchg 57'I..ACRE WHOLESALE AUCTION. and tile work, Also pain. CARPENTRY-cabinetl, needed Immediately.Phone owned roads. on county
    I Drap.rl. S&W Enterprises. UNIT 6 years old. needt silver choke-chain LOTS for sale from Every Thursday, 7 p.m., ting. Free estimates, shelves, paneling partitions 473-4984 2tchg II 3/4% mortgage 41000.
    I Ed ,or Loma n.w compressor 3 ton. Keystone Hgts' i 2995. Restricted with 2315 S.E. Hawthorn Road Phone 473-4473 during doors, windows Installations 6/25-7/2 376.0078.tfnchg 6/18
    St.ph.n. 4962219. will tail for $500 phon. lake access 3772808. Gainesville. Truckloads of day. tfnchg 6/4 repairs. E.N. HOUSE AND
    PROPERTY for
    5/l/eOTFN. 4962620. 2tchg 7/27/9. area. Very, very tfnchg 6/18 'merchandise .v.ry sale. Ballon 4732520. 4tchg FOR RENT sole by Must
    owner.
    see to
    CHALLENGER WATER SKIES' friendly! 473-2821, LOVE SEAT-.n.w In bags: Grocer I..> -Tools- 72.723High appreciate, Phone
    Belt. $50, excellent condi MOBILE HOME LOT for
    FurnitureElectronicsKnives
    anytime. coffee and end table: tall u. 4752457. llchg 7/2
    FORVOURRIAL tion. Phon. 496-2310. kitchen stool. Phone -.Novel ties--Etc. retired couple. Beautiful
    ESTATE NEEDS 4tchg 7/27/97/167122. 473-2789 alt.r 6 p.m. Come on where the merchandise : Cast; of trees. Across from Lake SHELL HOME on your land
    IN UNION COUNTY tPrl I tfnchg 613JANNSEN is. W. are In our Geneva. S55 month. Phone no money down 15 yrs.
    .... nm.relal....R.Co. .. STEVE BROADWAYTREE SPINET PIANO 7th year.W.are establish 473-2879. tfnchg 5/7 financing 2 A 3 BR Complete
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    __j Steinar Lorentzen Renews Acquaintances with American Friends '. 7'1"' \ 'i f;


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    A tvrenty-year love affair with the which he visited last week;, says live in a condominium, which Steinar py to be Norwegian, Steinar'says. Ha '
    Bradford High class of 1961 brought Or.Lorentzen. The Norwegian owns, in Oslo( the capital and largest' also visited a privately operated
    Norwegian Steinar Lorentzen back to psychiatrist also visited Florida State city in Norway. clinic at Yale where it coats $100,000per
    the U.S. last week to a reunion of the Prison and Union Correctional In- Some 10 percent of Norwegians live year for a patient to stay. Norway
    former, BUS students with which he stitution where he met institution in Oslo. More doctors would live in would not have such an expensive '
    graduated. psychiatrists as guest of UCI Assis- '. Oslo but the government has 'facility; it just wouldn't go because
    Clinical director a psychiatric tant Supt. Jim Reddish. : : established medical schools to encourage everyone( in Norway is entitled to the
    ward in the biggest general hospital Norway has inflation, about 13 per y 4 doctors to settle in the north same treatment, regardless of Income -
    in Oslo, Norway, Lorentzen, now 38, is cent annually now, compared to bout and south of the country. The nothern- or duration of hospitalization
    spending a month in the U.S. visiting 14 percent in the U.S. i. ___ most part of Norway above the Arc Norway also has unemploymentand
    psychiatric wards as well as visiting Norway has fewer restaurants and tic Circle, and very cold Many doc- rehabilitation aid programs,
    ,4 ys '
    his former classmates. After they are more expensive than in the tors who have gotten their schoolingin which are superior to those in the
    graduating from Bradford High in U.S.\ Steinar says. Therefore, friendsin J k' : the north then move south, so the U.S., because they are more evenly
    1961, Steinar spent eight years becom Norway are more apt to dine at the government's plan is not working distributed and provide a decent stan-
    ing a doctor and five more specializ: homes of each other, and most '' .* 1 f'' totally, Stelnar says. dard of living. To provide these services -
    ing in psychiatry. Norwegian workers are brown bag- ? Starke Is not very much different the Norwegian government im-
    In addition, Dr. Lorentzen is a gers. from 20 years ago, Steinar feels, it's poses taxation on its citizens which is
    qualified psycho-analyst and has a There is but one TV station in Norway just stretched out a little. The school usually higher. than taxes in the U.S.
    ;' private practice in which he works 10 with programming more con- r rhH house is gone,replaced by new yellow In America the individual has more
    hours per week at an office outside trolled by the government than in the brick structures that somehow( lack disposable income and has more
    M1 the hospital. The Norwegian government U.S. Most every household has a the character of the former red brick responsibility for his own welfare,
    does: not allow use of Lorent- television, Steinar says two-story structure. Steinar feels. In this way America
    zen's office in the hospital for a Every worker in Norway gets four In Starke, Steinar is the guest of may provide the indlvldllal' with agreater
    private practice.Medical weeks per year vacation; it's a national Mrs. L.H. Gibson. He lived with the opportunity to succeed. Dr.
    care in Norway is paid for law. Gibson family while attending BHS Lorentzen feels, but there seems to bea
    by the government through a Social For recreation Dr. Lorentzen says for his senior year of high school. greater indifference to those who do(
    Security System. Doctors are not a he might go horseback riding, snow The ways people live, how conditions not succeed.
    low income group but their salary Increase ski, ride a bicycle, watch TV, see a influence the lives of people, Life is more institutionalized in
    1 has been limited by the movie or a play, or go up to his moun- that is what occupies Steinar this time Norway, the government exercises a
    t Norwegian government to only 7.2 tain cabin where there is always lots in the U.S.Lorentzen. greater degree of control and there is
    percent over a two year period, of things to do. He also plays the S /ifirR' visited a psychiatric day less individualism. .
    teinar says. Taxes in Norway are piano. care center for mentally troubled in Many Norwegians now feel that the
    4 higher with emphasis placed on Housing is more expensive in Norway New York City where a lot of the pa- level of government( control) and the
    aiding those with lower incomes; they A house valued at $70,000 to tients were black or Hispanic. In New taxation imposed on them has
    get higher percentage salary increases $80,000 in Bradford County would be ', York City a third to a half of the young become intolerable. More than likely
    valued at $120,000 to $160,000 In Norway r ( 1 'I people are unemployed.How this will result in a Conservative Par-
    Lorentzen says. In Norway can they rehabilitate them if ty government after elections this falla
    The similarities between his native there is a housebank, a government I { they can't supply jobs for them, the desirable change, since the Social
    Norway and his adopted country have loaning system so persons with lower ,, now experienced psychiatrist asks? Democrats have been in office since
    most impressed Steinar on returningto incomes can get home loans at Visiting the NY center made him hap- World War II, Lorentzen says.
    the U.S. after 20 years. Most impressive favorable rates.

    is the Kennedy Space Center Steinar and his son, Karl-Ivar 12, Renewing Acquaintances... ,

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    ...with his prom date of 2I years ago. Edith Armstrong Raulerson was Steinar Community News _
    Lorentzen's date for the 19SI prom and attended the class reunion last with her
    husband Russell Raulers() a member of the Class of '61.
    Stelnar is still a real neat guy, says Mrs. Raulerson of the Norwegian who Is by Elizabeth G. Walker American Legion Post 314 All
    now a psychiatrist and clinical director of a psychiatric ward in Norway's phone( 964-6683 members of Post 314 are asked to
    largest hospital In Oslo. meet in the annex of New Bethel Bap-
    Steinar says he remembered and could attach names to about half the 1961 Dell Chapter 168 O.E.S. The mon list Church July 7, 1981. Business of
    BUS graduates, quite a feat when you haven't seen somebody for 20 years. thly meeting of Dell Chapter will be vital importance.
    held Thursday July 9 in the Masonic New Bethel Baptist Church: Immediately
    Hall on Brownlee Street. All membersare after Vacation Bible School
    aksed to attend. ends July 6 10, revival will begin
    Funeral Service for Mr. Everett each evening at 8 p.m. The public is
    Inmate Wins Out-of-Court Lee Morris, Jr., will be held Saturday invited to attend.
    July 4th at 1 p.m. in the New Greater Freewill Baptist Church:
    Hope Baptist Church on Old Law tey Senior Choir will rehearse Saturday
    Settlement After Suit Charging Road. Rev. L.W. Mosely, Pastor. 7:30: p.m. instead of Monday All
    Haile Funeral Director is In charge of members are asked to attend.

    Beating by UCI OfficersFor arrangements. .,


    the second time in recent weeksa caught his face on the side of a desk
    former convict has received a while falling.An .
    substantial out-of-court settlement in unidentified doctor in a sworn
    a civil suit after claiming he was statement to the court, in g
    r----"T beaten by correction officers. the gash on the convict's eyebrow,
    f ap. Eric Dinsfriend, a former inmate at pointed out the inmate could) not have
    Florida State Prison, was awarded suffered his injuries, especially the
    $11,500 after charging in a federal bruises, by falling down. Expert predict that increased calling will
    civil suit that eight correctional officers more than double phone bills by 1990. .
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    beat him while he was confined to
    the prison hospital. The suit chargedthe I
    _, officers struck Dinsfried with a '
    ryKn pipe, a belt buckle, and their fists
    i4kj when he was brought to the UCI '

    hospital 1978.Dinsfriend for treatment on May 23, ANNOUNCING

    served five years of a
    r 7-year sentence at FSP for armed
    robbery, forgery, and escape. '
    In Norway... Two weeks ago FSP inmate James
    Lee Leggett, was awarded $26,500 bya
    ...Steinar Lorentzen sits amid a typical winter scene. Norwegians turn the federal civil jury after. testimonywas THE OPENING
    heat off InIay: and back on in September. They have to use the heat, usually presented to show he was kickedin
    fueled by oil or electricity the rest of the year.In the face by an officer.
    1971 Steinar built a mountain cabin doing most of the labor himself. That's Dinsfriend refused medical treat
    where he escapes to relieve the pressures of his job. which consists mostly of ment at UCI after the beating, was
    listening to and helping patients solve their problems. taken back to FSP and was then
    brought to the FSP clinic. Medical
    reports at FSP show the convict had "
    suffered severe bruises on his face, .
    Man Dies in Cycle CrashA both sides of his torso, and his shins, 0' .
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    as well as a cut above his eyes that required '
    stitches. V' :1" .
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    The suit stated three of the officers ,oJ1,' '
    Starke man was killed after los- ford County this year. named in the suit, Theodore J. Molt, ,
    ing control of his motorcycle at East The accident was investigated by Josias W. Dewey, and William R. J
    Brownlee and Water Streets at 12:19: Patrolman T.A. Rowand The Strickland, pointed out in depositionsthat '
    p.m. Sunda)'. June 28. homicide investigator was Patrolman while being held in the office of
    Everett Lee Morris, 33, of Starke Eston G. Mosher. UCI's special inside-security,, the In-
    was fatally injured when the motorcycle mate hooted at two female staff ,
    struck a chain link fence, according Police have reports that Morris workers and kicked one of the officersin
    to the Starke Police Department. may have waved to somebody just the leg. .
    Morris was travelling west on East prior to his losing control of the The kick, according to prison hair etc.
    Brownlee Street near the intersectionwith motorcycle. They also have a report report was unprovoked and promp-
    Water Street, lost control of his that a family member purchased the ted squad members to subdue I he convict
    motorcycle, crossed the opposite motorcycle the day before the fatal by force.Dinsfriend. y
    lane, struck a chain link fence and accident and that Morris was Irving received a small I laceration
    travelled 69 feet coming to rest the motorcycle out at the time of the over both eyes und several
    against a tree. !Morris was travelling accident. bruises over his body, all sustained
    lit a high rate of speed, according to while being subdued according to the
    SPD An investigation is continuing into prison useofforcereport.The .
    This is the l first traffic fatality of the circumstances of the accident,according report indicated Dinslricnd 9 ,, 'l "' ',' '
    1981 in Starke and the second in Brad to a spokesman for SPD. 0. .
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    I Lott Pleads Innocent to Charges 3 Injured SIMOO SundayIn AccidentThree r, "


    people were injured in a 2caraccident
    Written pleas of not /guilty! were filed Irom the domestic argument which in front of the entrance to ,
    with the clerk of the circuit court in took place last May .19 at the Crosby Lake Cemetery at 9:40: a.m.
    Putnam County in behalf of Hampton residence of Melgia Wilks on Lindon Sunday June 28, on SR-100.9 of a mile '
    :Mayor. Hank Lot). Jr.. on two misdemeanor Avenue in Interlachen. west of Starke. Connie
    and one felony case stemming Putnam County Sheriff's Department Payne
    from &I i domestic argument received a report from Wilks Gladys Smith Williams, 72, of .
    several months ago. in the Putnam thai Lott had forced his way into the Starke was not injured but damage to -
    County( Town of Interlachcn.llunlley Wilks residence where Loft's estranged the 1972 Ford sedan she was drivingwas Calvin '
    Johnson of Gainesville attorney wife Susie was according la( estimated at $2.300.<) ) Kirkland
    for LoU, filed the written pleas PCSD. An argument developed and .
    Tuesday. June :30. in which Lott PCSD was called to the house. James Daniel Scott 31, of Lee. Kla.? .
    entered not guilty pleas to burglary, Florida statutes provide a person was not injured but damage to the : '
    ". disorderly intoxication and resisting may charged with burglary even 1981 Pontiac sedan he was drivingwas / ,
    ): ,3"964.5910'
    arrest without violence. No date has though no items are taken when the estimated at 7500. ".. I<
    (been set for the jury trials in the three person arrested had enttredIthout Three passengers in the Pontiac :

    fuses. the owner's permission. No items suffered injuries and were treated ,,, '
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    The diaries against Lott stemmed were taken according to PCSD. and released according to a ... .
    spokesman for Bradford. Count .' "
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    I 20th Death Warrant Signed by Gov. Graham Hospital in Slarke. ; : : 'i ;

    The injured include:' ,
    Cov. Bob Graham has signed (the ed to die in the electric chair: he was Sandra Scott, :34. of Lee was treated' ,, ." .. : '
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    211th tenth warrant since he has been also convicted of separate counts! of for multiple! contusion { ',: : 1., .:' ."'..'" .to'' ., ," ", ,
    in olfice for Ernest second-degree murder of a son and Tammy Wells. ," ". .
    John Dobbert. 44. 13.: of Lee was > ,
    of Jacksonville, Thursda June 23. the tortures of his other two children.A treated for chest injury, 118 South Thompson St.. ,
    who was convicted of beating to death Daryl 1 Blair; 13: Madison:\ Willi. .
    his 9-year-old daughter 10 years ago. long line of appeals in the Dobbvrt treated for facial lacerations.The ; '' Starke Fl. ,
    The execution! has been set by case with a reseniencing that included :. 1' ,
    (Florida State Prison officials at 7 the death penalty have been affirmed (Ford going t west on Slt tisf. ; .r," .
    a.m. Wednesday July 22. by both the Florida and U'.S. turned left into I the path of t tie Pontiac : (Located inside the Merle Norman Building)
    At the time the convict was sentenc Supreme Courts. headed east: on the same- highway./
    The Ford struck'the Pontiac in the .
    right side with its front', according ttx SatUrday
    'Tuesday'
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    Trooper W.M. Abrams cited
    William on the violation ,of right of
    way charge
    Fish lassoing I Is outlawed In, KnoxwIIU, T.nnesss..


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