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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 23, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (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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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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for some decreasing cloudiness with a chance of widely scattered afternoon ,. \<

and evening thundershowers with a 30 percent chance of rain,accor ,Inside............ .,, ;.; I'
ding to the Division of Forestry. ....., ';

High temperatures will be In the mid-908 with the lows in the 70s. Two Sessions' '>I iw; !.,' trgrap1The
Highlands Tower reported .1 as the rain for July 16; .8 on the 17th; 1.3 SECTION l > fi'V' J'

inches on the 18th; none on the 19th; and .3 on the 20th. News. ..,. ..'J i.v.Pagaa IA-JA t
New River Tower had a trace of rain on the 16th, 17th and 18th with.3 on '
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the 19th and .2 on the 20th. Society.... ,.. Pages ,
Santa Fe Tower reported a trace of rain on the 16th, 17th and 18th; 2.S Real Estate A (e'gals.,. ( '

inches on the 19th; .5 on the 20th; and .1 on the 21st. Sports .... ,..',' ". .ag".4A'|
At the official weather station at WPXE studio at the south city limits of SECTION Bs Sweel+est Strawberries This Side of Heaven

Starke the following rain and high/low temperatures were reported during Briefs,...,.... ... ... )
the last week: July 16, 1.1 Inches of rain, high/low 97/80; July 17, .07 Obituaries. .... .... ... 102nd Year STARKE. FLORIDA 25 Cents Copy
Inches,94174; July 18, .03,94/73; July 19, .02, 90/70; July 20,1.2, 872; and Classifieds..i.Paa* .&7B S2stIssue Thursday July 23, 1981 USPS 062-700
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is not going to be a popular one for the Bradford County Jail and
budget' Clerk Gilbert S. (Gib) one for the operation of the sheriff's

S Brown said Monday. July 2C1, as the office.
/S '' Bradford County Commission got The sheriff's office budget amountsto
,, 'r down to business to set a millage rate $269,307. The jail budget has been
and start the budget process. set at $130,332.Reddish .
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t 1 Kt'r 1 y t1 1 Brown reported the proposed explained the budget In-
budget Is still more than$414,000 over cludes a 7-percent pay raise for his
projected income for the fiscal year employees.The .

; ;: : : begining October 1, 1981. jail budget includes money for
{ ; I r Prior to the first of two meetingsthat an additional jailer effective October
i 4 the board has held in the last 1, and money to bring the jailers
week, Brown, auditor Pat Farn- salaries in line with the Departmentof

sworth, Commissioner E.W. Hodges, Corrections.DOC .
Jr., and county finance director has had approved a starting ,
Esther Ellerson have been conduc- salary of $12,500 for starting correc--
rC ting many meetings trying to get a tional officers by the recent session of
balanced budget to present to the the Legislature.
ta board. Reddish also had approved a new
1 After a lengthy dicussion the board deputy to be added effective March 1,
Pa,g ;rq decided to go with a 5-percent In- 1982. He explained that it was the first
11 #" crease and voted to set the tentative time in five years he had asked for an oj
millage at 9.337 which will bring additional deputy.He .
; $1,440,000 in ad valorem taxes to the stated he plans to add EugeneLee
-i--- ---- -S--- county coffers, according to the officeof as a full time deputy when he
appraiser retires from his federal job at Cecil
Varsity cheerleaders at BUS for the 1981-82 school term are (l-r): Kneeling- Ingham.. Standing. Tabltha Folsom 1 erne Matthews Sybil Kelley; Monica Alvarez property s office. Jimmy Field in Jacksonville after 30-years of
Gina Lane Janet Jordan Alesla'Sheffield, Vickie Carver and,Kathy Gill- Green, and Sadie Me Duffle.'J\
Last year a was set at service.
8.887 and that generate$1.371,767
according -
? Football is in the Air... to the property appraisers of Lee has worked as a part time deputy -
for a number of years according to
With next week's cheorleading clinic for youngsters, the upcoming clinic for per child In advance, or$2.50 dally. or 9 total, In advance{'roe two children from fice.The Reddish.
(lie varsity and JV cheerleaders, football practice starting Aug. 17 (less than the same family., ffc*,,> 5-percent increase will bring an Projected cuts made by the committee
three weeks away), the pigskin fever Is beginning to build at Bradford High. Then the varsity cheerleaders will bead to" the University of South Florida' In additional $69,000 according to Farn- to the board include:
The 10 varsity cheerleaders above will be running the clinic tot young girls .Tampa for their instruction Aug. 3-8. T!*I''. sworth. He explained the board op $2,000 from the money given the
ages 6-13 neut..week, Monday-Friday 2731. The young cheerleaders will Football practice starts Aug. 17. The first game Is Sept. II with Baker High tions and one of them was to raise the Starke-Bradford County Chamber of
.,.' tearn"'Tornado cheers and chants..double stunts and pyramids. Spirit awards which beat the Tornadoes for the first time last year coming to Starke for mileage 8-percent which would In- Commerce.

__ "'UI..be. given to the most spirited. Refreshments will be served dally. Cost Is $2 another game In the long rivalry., -41f< A .'u' crease additional the$69,500 ad valorem from tax the money five percent an., $3,000 from the Bradford County

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V:: .+. '< .... "W .". 0 f.w..... ., > A third op --troll! the board to 51.500'from the. I-awtey'Volunteer'
to the of 10 mills would'' ..FtNI.1)e'partJilent. f >. '. **.
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which
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W "s t have raised cap additional usa from the Brooker' volunteer i
G Y if :Aparfineiit Complex ProP diD Starke '')ver the five percent an figure: '$105,500. Fire Department.To .

Looking at future when they cut$700 given last year to City of
... .. years
eo .''l Starke Fire to this
'I \ Department $4,000
cannot go over the ten mill cap the
A $1.2 million, 48-unit, government would be a plus in getting future HUD not accepted by the city before the well-handled and the system working.The board voted to only raise the taxes year.
Recreation funds for Brooker
'subsidized apartment complex Is now grant to improve blighted areas, said moratorium. The Orangewood com city has a million and 3-percent still leaving the budget way ,
being proposed for the west side of Engineer Jim Lucas of Bessent Ham plex was accepted by the city prior to grant to improve public works In- over projected receipts. Hampton and Lawtey were cut entirely -
SR-100 south across from Southside mock & Ruckman of Jacksonville. If the moratorium, the mayor said. dividual housing in the Reno area, but Both Brown and Farnsworth brief- amounting to 1500.
Elementary School and south of put the goals and the apartments are Councilman Crosby said people will the entire city is the project area. ed the board on the possibility there Cut $7,000 communication from money director asked for by

Alligator Creek on property owned by not built, not meeting that goal wouldbe be against the apartment complex. HUD is stressing small, concen will be some cash carryover. Figureson county for Jerry and
DM. (Mullette) Hale. minus points toward future HUD Why would they turn it down, trated,blighted areas now,and Is con- that are still being compiled by $945 Thompson for surplus. property
Called Orangewood Apartments, funding, Lucas !said. Schaefer asked. cerned about over-all Impact whicha Brown's staff and were not availableto equipment.Chopped for
this proposed development is jointly Then, too, the council had Why did they turn down the other striking difference can be told when t the media or the board at this time. travel in on the a request
approved by both the U.S. Depart- unanimously voted to place a apartment proposals Crosby asked. the project is completed, Lucas said. Brown said his staff was going to money budget. agriculture
ment of Housing and Urban Because people objected, Schaefer bills which department
Development moratorium August
on building anything Starke is in its second of the pay may give a Chopped $3,203 from the agriculture
'tHUD) and the U.S. Depart- larger than a duplex. But it was explained said.. year better indication of the cash carryover
ment of Agriculture's Farmer's that the Orangewood complex "Well, word has to get out. It takesa 3-year program. because, he explained to the department request for office equip-

Home Administration (FmHA). had been presented to the city prior to little while for people to find out," .Set of board, the county has received most ment.Scrubbed
a public hearing from the
on use $3,549
would be Crosby said.Milner of the ad valorem taxes requestfor
the moratorium.
Developer Royal Only thing the coun- Federal Revenue Sharing funds for 5p.m. they are going funds for the homemaker
American Development, Inc.; presi cil has to do now is approve the site at that point, moved to In- next Thursday 30( to receive and during the last two service. county
dent, 'Gary W. Tennyson 412 plan, according to Mayor Charles clude the Orangewood project in the ,July months of the fiscal year, August and Cut $250 for tubercular
Magnolia Avenue, Panama City, FL Schaefer., city's HUD Housing Assistance Plan. Instructed September, receipts coming into the Took off the care.
city the
attorney George
32M1. Council members said the proposed The mayor said so far no residenthas Does this mean the council approvesof clerk's office are usually slow. $20,973 request by
Pierce with
to legal action Bradford-Union Guidance Clinic.
deal is that Hale will sell some protested the apartments goingon this type housing, Crosby asked? proceed on He indicated the committee would
the clean-up of the fire destroyed Cut $4,000 from the of the
five acres of his property for the the SR-100 south site, 18.5 acres The council gave unanimous approval Martin Tackle consider other cuts that will be madeto request
US-301
building on retarded citizens at Sunshine Acres.
apartment complex to the developer. between Pinehurst Grocery and to Milner's motion. try to present a balanced budget to
north at Washington Street. Cut from the of the
Catch was Tuesday night that the Alligator Creek. Schaefer has said he Loan for the apartments has been the board which has not been done so Bradford$15,000 request
Starke city commission had to amend will not vote to place multi-family approved for $1,201,000 and will require far because of the substantial amountof County Concerned Citizens.
Reported Linda Wise was elected Took from the solid
$3,000 waste
the project into the proposed goals housing in any area of the city where HUD Section 8 Housing Assistant as a general member to the Pen- money projected over the receipts. control .
city
under council included the project as a goal If the council puts the goal in t his cluded in the Section 8's set aside for than we anticipate," Brown the$7,500 local processingat
its HUD project and met the goal, it. HUD Housing Assistance Plan it FmHA 515 projects for fiscal 1981. library.
.Instructed deputy clerk Elise Pass said.By Cut $33,000 from the request of the
would have to meet it; if It left it out, 'to S write the Environmental Protec- law the board must approve a Starke Recreation Department
the council would not have to meet the In other action Tuesday, July 22, lion Agency that the old city dump on budget for Sheriff Dolph Reddish by $5,000: from Miscellaneous ex
the council 1 of each Reddish
goal Councilman Jimmy Crosby : Laura Church Road is closed. EPA August year. ap- penses.
pointed out. Councilman Bob Milner has threatened the city with a $10,000 peared before the board at the two The biggest cut was made from the
Was told by engineer Lucas that budget to his
pointed to the moratorium. meetings give story.
per day fine for smoke polution from request from the Bradford County
IIUD has monitored its 3-year grant Reddish explained that this he
. .e ,, Mayor Schaefer said the building burning trash. year Hospital who asked for $139,498. The
4'rber. in Starke and found it to be separated his budget into
ban applies only multi-family housing progress two phases board slashed that money for the

rescue service and hospital fund to

-, --- -- - $100,004. Last year the hospital was

" 9 T'rJii.: Budget Cutwhat Will Volunteer Firemen Do? given $125,928.The general. fund budget amountedto

;: \ ..... $1,426,769 as compared$1,277,319

,. The question is: Mad enough to tional cut in funds, 'as projected in .of volunteer stations at New River "We can't raise money for new fire for last year.
) spit.,.or mad enough to quit? early 1981-1982 budget work sessions.At and Graham are customarily paid out trucks and other equipment by 1 passing The fine and forfeiture budget
'of the Bradford Volunteer budget. the hat and giving fish fries," amounts to $564,639 as compared to
be the present reading, funds for "We won't get new fire trucks Grouse stated. $440,528.
or not many
;:-. FRIDAY. JULY 24 resolve at a meeting may of may Bradford the six volunteer stations are ten- out of that," said Bill Crouse, chairman Other departrment's budgets include -
SS, tatively budgeted at $12,000 a reduction The Volunteer Council chairmansaid of
DANCEat volunteer firemen at 7:30: of the Volunteer Fire Council, : supervisor elections $57,032
County of$4,750 below the 198041 budget .who attended Monday night's budget that Commissioners Lawrence compared to $53,104.
High School, -12 p.m. Monday, July 27,. in the
p.m. total of for the volunteers.At .
$10.750
Mosley and Maxie Carter Jr. who
Sponsored by Jr;Class Heilbronn Springs fire house. session. Zoning amounts to $105,020 as compared
the last budget session the sug- "If the situation doesn't improve by have carried the torch for the to $128,133.Agriculture .
SATURDAY.JULYU", Still smarting under the County gested reductions were: Bradford October (start of the new budget volunteers during eight months of Department budget

POP, WARNER SIGN UPS Commission 3-2 rejection of their County Volunteers (Starke station) year), "something's gonna happen," negotiations and efforts to set up a $76,638 as compared to( $7:>>,565.
10..m.-3 p.m. long-discussed MSTU (Municipal Seevices from $10,000 to $7.000; Lawtey, from Crouse said, not specifying what. special fire tax district (MSTU), Mosquito Control, $78,445 as com-
Bradford Square Shopping Center Taxing Unit) to finance eight $2,500 to $1,000; Brooker. from $1,250to Crouse had previously remarked, would be asked to attend Mondaynight's pared to $67,759.
.... . new iretrucks and other expenses for $1,000; with all others; Heilbronn, however, that the possibility of > meeting and help developsome Clerk of the Circuit Court $124,844as
POP WARNER CAR WASH& the county's eight volunteer fire stations Theressa.and Hampton remaining at 'resignations had been hinted at by .course of action short of compared to $99,823 last year.
;' ta.m.5t30p.m.Community the firemen now face an addi- their present $1,000 figure. Expenses] some of the frustrated volunteers. resignation., Clerk of Courts Finance Depart
State Bank parking lot'' ment., S59.133 UD from S49.31S a -year

'.,..,, by.Lawtey. ..Unlimited.. Commission PI Sed with $252,010 on Paying Crawford Road ago.Clerk of County Court $57,331, In-
,
,. 'f creased over the $48,293 of last year.

,. MONDAY.JULY 77 Nine bids were'. received ,by the Wall road behind the courthousethat have Property Appraiser $129,748, a
tractors, Inc., $283,758; S.M. gravel three birdges, cost some 12-percent increase over the $115,647last
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL Bradford County Commission on the Company of Gainesville $$283,850.; is much used by county vehicles. $100,000.The county labor would have year.
First Baptist Church Crawford Road project with the low A.J. Johns, ,Inc., of Jacksonville Prior to the bid letting, the county ,had to be paid anyway.By Veteran Service Officer's budget
./ ..Children3.11.5.11g30a.m. bid $252,010 considerably, under the completed all the work on the clear-
$318,950 Construction Company
; Gregg's $6,745 as compared to $6.063 last
.' '' receiving the bid for $252,000 the year.
< Youth, forecasted half million dollars the
*,, .U-li.r-9p.rn/. ... a of Ocala, $320,550; and Caddell; ing of right of way and grading the ,,county. saved: over! 40 percent of the Starke-Bradford County Public
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? ( ; ; ,, board had scrapped up for 4.1 miles: of Construction Company of Jackson* road to specifications of engineers of Library budget $73,621
request
'' projected cost ,according to Ellington. up
: t 8.ADFOAD"OSPITAt.BOARD at the
> Jhe project bi-monthly of
ville, 320165. the state Departrment Transpor- from
road $61,091 a
ago.
year
.r rr,;;, 'M, tinai30p.m. ,meeting.Monday, July 20 "We are well pleased with the bids tration. Idea has been to; save as County crews started work Central Florida--
North
IV', ... .. ... .. 1 Columbia of Lake last fall on the Crawford,Road, enjoying Regional
.. Paving Company, ,and, glad to have 'so many" said'Caner much money possible of the cost per' dry,weather to.,do the dirt hauling Planning Council; :30 cents per capita
r'.a VOLUNTEER FIREMEN 'was.'the low .bidderJI' The bids' '
? : City :
had been
; mile of. paving which
I..n ,. Comml loiter 1n charge/of' new 'IIndmcw ..A huge flirtrover was amounting to $3,857.Communication .
'I :I : 't 2 M..tI.U'IO, N. NNtbrpn'S!! : { :: ,. 1 Were1 turned over to'a committee Lake con*I' the county road department this yean' projected at K5OWS per mile' which, 'rented tot,the.project)and inmates and Civil Defense
.. 'slating of engineer:Jlm'Wardof The' project'.calls for finished would far more .than ,. million ., budget $26,289 from
from COrrectionallnstUlJtlon up $24,179 a
', LawtQ. year
: It"j; I ..,lJ7llEjpdx JULY1e a9City, R Foreman Leon ,JSfflngtonrlahd \ Road
.glad( r'putting; down Iimerock'and. dollars ? ) "th.Crawford pro* ,helped M vingi electric lines and
nft 'STAR.J..,PLANING. ANt.* ; ": ''''' ''Courtty"Commissioners Maxid''rfeMh'Jr'Snd ':' putt Jng down the.'asphalt., Crawford, ., Jcct,)The last time the county paved: a,II. poles held up.the project; for? a while ago.District lit Mental\ Health Board in
.1'" :;ZOHl"Go8It. t.. h11..1& "I r < - II! q "i, of, e llIIg.l: Up.ns.rl 1ertNoodtl'Norman:il wi B. ,'tmJJ _. ,CR-l neat Heilbron1" rlIp! and, .sass' Grove Church R6adr.. :' to be Hmerocked and paved. set a publiC'hwiHag\! on the
"l')111'117' n. "d rim4M'd: A" ,!rrv 40',' I''tY01"4 ,a, .Qther'bidder buludf; : Jphnc.mbD''ot Ttunia Sawmill Road (SR-200A). < t', //Jo'1,Count. ,, d ,foremanii'.eon EIa,1I, r budget and millage for 7:30 p.m.,
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Budget yy'rNe8Goa) TZftlQ p.m. ;: ,'/larger' parking area on the north We* nof lj.;'plus materials have.so Tar'cost ovar, ,'. "f'i uiripod"atl! ..#500a000 for the time the board is-expected to approve
of Jacksonville Prune Con11' -
$27O, ; '
a ) the courthoosev;and to pave the *<'"r ,b A1r1),... M1 ludIpa) ''I 1.rt'U?$r..U: Jin/re )t.L.. l'' a balanced budget.'uao
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. Earth Receiving Station in Place for Cable*:''i TV .:: ,',I It'i'i,; I\ ;; i:;T,. }, lq ii'i's'- '," 'ii.-I;", !" ''a"itr;"I 'I: ),t-;tt'1'ufl.x'b'- :, : I; 'i.tti. .' ,", .",h Ii)'t', 4tof V4L

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The earth receiving-station that is satellite 23,500 miles out in space. "It work has started on providing service technician and -assisted by Don .
receiving TV signals.via +ateUile in is jn a permanent geophysical orbit" oast of the railroad Christopher. Leslie Crosby lias'been- "
space is con.letely hooked up so that Porter said. "It does not move but is' "The response;' received so far hired as office'manager. o'. 'II i .. .:-
subscribers 01' Bradford.Video Cable always stationary." makes operation look very good in Bradford Video is-II subsidiary of .; .' .,.,,," { ,, ,I'tl
TV may be hooked up so they can now The receiving station was purchased Slarke",Porter said. Clay Video which is owned by the '". ,, .rf
receive the service according to from an Atlanta firm. Customers will receive channel 17 Seaboard Coast Line Railroad. \ .. / 1
Nathan F.S. (Natcl Porter vies The earth receiving station 1 is in Atlanta, and Channel 9 in Chicagoand \,' ,,,", :, ,
president and general manager. capable of receiving signals from a New York Other services 9" IQ i .4.
Porter said the company now has wide spectrum i>f satellites, accor- available include' ESPN, a 24-hour Television stations from Jackson- ..., M .. ) n+ p .nr
ISO local customers signed up for the ding to Porter sports network which is strictly ville and Gainesville will be available ,11
service and the southwest section of available lo cable TV subscribers to local customers. ': :
the city will be the first area to He told the Telegraph his firm did Home Box Office; Cinemax; Cable Channels 5 and 20 in Gainesville and l.r .
Channels 4, 7, 12, 17 and from .*:\.... '. .
receive the service. not wish to install the local service until News Networkand; Educational USA 47 rl -" '
Five customers were hooked up the earth receiving station was network, are all part of the service Jacksonville! will be part of the ser- ,0. f' i yX wf

Tuesday July 21, according to completely hooked up and started to Available to local customers. vice. '. .
Porter. They live in the Adams, receive the signals. Two technicians and an office The firm has opened up an office at >'fl.; ./, ,," "
Madison and Broadway Street areas, Porter explained that technical manager have been assigned to the 527 South Water Street in Starke and I I"" ,,:"" "y!.'':'f t.,:"'" \1 'J.
Porter explained the earth receiving work is 90 percent complete west of Bradiord Video operation accordingto persons may inquire about the ser \_ '' 0, >: 'y.
satellite receives signals from a the railroad, tracks in Starke and that Porter Bob Gould is the chief vice by calling 964.6308.


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. $7.5 Million School Operating Budget is Tentatively Approved :* ",,- ,. 1" I


I A tentative operating budget of $7.5 Nobody except school personnelhad operating budget, totaling some Casey said he looked at the Brooker: DI i' i lid
million was adopted and a tentative any comment on the tentative $13,000,have been received in the past Elementary budget three times over i'i r 1 ,
property tax rate of 4,512 mills were budget or tax rate at the Monday week from the state Department of" last weekend "because I thought it
set Monday night July 20( by the night public hearings. The millage Education (DOE). was costing me too much", but 1couldn't
Bradford school board after public rate is .003 of a mill less than the 4.515 The 4,512 millage rate is firm find a penny to cut.
hearing on each. mills proposed last week, after a however Casey said and is the figureto The school board gave unanimous
There is some$245,000 in the*budget slight adjustment downward by the be used in all future documents. approval to the tentative operating
that could be used for salary in state Department of Education. It is "It's important for us to rememberthis budget and millage rate. The almost i
creases Supt.\ Tom Casey says, after the recommended millage to bring in is a tentative thing. Really, it's identical budget figures adopted last
figuring costs in a preliminary budget the same tax dollars as last year, for millage purposes. There will be week were proposed figures. Thisweek's
review. The administration is tryingto $734,515 and the minimum tax rate more Information later in work sessions action terms the figures as
make adjustments to increase the allowable for the school district to ," said board member Rodney tentative.
amount the superintendent said. participate in the Florida Education Hall. "Tentative is the only'way I would Clay Video finished installing the cable television dish! which: Is seven meter
because I couldn'tlivewith
Bargaining with the local teacher Finance Program. The preliminary budget was madeup recommend it In diameter last week and began hooking up customers! Monday, July 20. Right
union, the Bradford Education Proposed funding per students this by principals and the county staff. it otherwise, said Supt. Tom now 170 residents of Starke have signed up to receive: the cable I Mevlsioii<< service,
board member Arthur
Association, began Wednesday morn year will be $1,184.72pe r weighted Each school has a separate or in- Casey when and Clay Video business to Increase as soon as more customers are Miok
ing. Tom Forbes of Forbes Labor runtime student equivalent (WFTE). dividual budget for which each principal Gaskins asked if the word "tentative"was ed and word expects spreads around about It. '
Relations, Inc. of Ft.Lauderdale will The WFTE figure being used now by is responsible for living within. included. up ,
be bargainer for the school board. A the school staff is 5,559 which will net
session was held Mondayand the school district (county) 6586704.
strategy Tuesday nights when the board The remainder of the $7.5 operating Starke Council Faces $200,000 Budget Balancing ProblemStarke I
was I in executive session with budget is made up of additional state -

everybody barred except school ad- funding textbooks sources and examples of whichare funding commissioners got a work trim budget requests to meet the Income Jimmy Alvarez to bring in the same He and Finance Chairman Jimmy),
minstrators and the school board. in transportation fund sheet on the 1981.82 city budget whichis available or increase the income property tax dollars as last year Crosby worked up t the new' :.b dger
BEA President Julie Miller will be ; plus $90,000) ( a carryover some $200,000 out of balance as of side to match their proposed ex- Sept. 1 public hearings are set for figures.
and the in district
the bargainer for the teachers union. taxes. $734,525 property Tuesday night July 22. penditures. When the going has gotten the city commission to: 1)) adopt a No discretionary authority 'was used -
Since the legislature did not An 31 final public hearing "Obviously, it is not going to be tough on the budget in recent years tentative budget, 2)) set a tentative Farnsworth said. Budget requestsare .
Aug. on
establish how much raise teachers adopted like that," said Commissioner city officials have balanced it Increasing '
the budget and millage rate was set by millage rate. The Sept.l hearing was just as submitted. "
will receive this coming term that by the school board. Supt. Tom Jimmy Crosby, He asked commissioners utility revenue especially in set because it is the only regular
will be one of the most important to look at sec the electric
especially
power plant. between 211 and
Casey said two changes in the meeting falling Aug. Crosby said the formal of the
bargainable issues. tions of the budget in which they work
Sept. 13 under Florida's Truth in budget is different so the monthly)
for items which can be trimmed. A proposed property tax levy was Millage law financial statements the- council,
. 70,000 Chickens Die in Heat WaveMore Budget workshops will be upcomingIn set at 3.621 mills, just a fraction The budget figures presented to the receives will be the same formal as
the next few weeks. higher than last year and the rate council are based on departmental requests the budget and more meaningful to
The councilmen will either have to recommended by Property Appraiser said auditor Pat Farnsworth. the council.

than 70,000 chickens diedI'l'cenlly A number of chicken operations did
in northeast Florida, most of not suffer any losses because they -
(them in Bradford County according have water spraying systems which ,. -
to Charles Bozeman broiler-breeder help cool the chickens off and give -
manager for Cargill.Paramount them a chance to breathe when the -
Poultry Company of Jacksonville in a temperatures soar over the :
telephone interview with the 100-degree mark, as it has done a
Telegraph.Boieman. number of times in recent weeks. P
: explained that the deaths _
were due mainly to the fact that
chickens do not have sweat glands Starke Elks host .
and the only way they have of

breathing is to pant E .ceasjrig.jt; >eaj ._. .,N.EDistrict%. ... ... '. VP"... ..-
like this area has''/ha last .week ,-' '.j''' The Stark 4"Elks Lodge No. .1802" .. rill
causes the chickens, r.ta,4kuffocate la, '''hosted a dinner Monday, July 20; for j -I "
li'alh.iHeaviest i the newly elected Vice-President of qoj 'Jill (tli ) wolI
hit in the Bradford Countyarea the Northeast District Larry Henley DENMARK FURNITURE '
was J.D. Clark who lives in of Tallahassee. The tables were GO.
Lawtey who reported he lost 22,000 decorated with the traditional red,
chickens during the excessive heat white and blue with dinner preparedby
and humidity. the Elkettes. A menu consisting of SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE
Hex Anderson told the Telegraph fried chicken, mashed potatoes
that he lost 2,000( chickens during a green peas and salad was served.
:2-4-hour period on July 14 and 15. His Bingo was played by the ladies
opcrlion is located on Old Lawley while the men were in session.A 1 of a Kind Club Chairs Blue Velvet Sofa chair
w/matching ,
Road Starke. r+ yl
near steak supper will be held at the 1 Green Pr Traditionat'-wa.$249.95 w'199"
James Gaskins told the Telegraphhe } N i +l'toa
lodge Saturday July 25. Members are
lost 5 to 6 thousand chickens requested to bring their own steaks 1 Velvet Stripe- Traditional-was$299.95 Now'239ti Trapunta Back Cushions I > boTfcirtl

Bradford County Agent Bobby with baked potato and salad to be fur- "1 Contemporary.was$189.95 NOW'149"
Taylor, in an interview with the nished by the committee. (Slightly Used) IliriH
1 Br. Plaid "
Telegraph, stated he had received no American-was$249.95 Now 199 IinuloV

excessive reports of heal.LVCI chickens. expiring from the 1 Bl./Br Print-ErAmerican-Was$299.95 Now239" was $79990 Now 59995. el bit+t

THE BRADFORD
COUNTY TELEGRAPH
Plant Show Published*".ry Thursday 4r. .
at 130 W.Call Slr.. Love Seats 5 pc. Sam so nile Bridge Set
Stark.,Florida 32W1
Set Saturday 1 Contemporary Rust Plaid was $299.95 Only 1 'Danish"'Walnut''

The public is invited to the first an- Second Clan postaa\ paid al Now 249" + n'I' arid(
Stark..FloridaSub.crtptJon Folding Table & Chairs riot n.iili
nual show at Lawtey Correctional 1 nldgaH
plant Contemporary Beige was $399,95 ,.
Institution this Saturday. July ,IULII, t ,,,,,,,,
Rata: Now '339" List '121Tt $89" 'tit(>| >JU(> fUI
25; I rum !9 a.m. to 6 pm. In trad aroai $'.00 p.r y.ar Close Out |
The institution: is on SH-200B) ) atLa" $5.00.tx mon.h.Outlld. A/f.: JinoHHKII

tl'\;. .
will be served. ( ..H111)lhll
)Kplrcslimvnts
.trad or.:$10.00
pr year l
is Hilton C.
instructor
(iik'iii.in.Horticulture Superintendent of LWCl is $$5.50*months Early American 1 Only White and Gold "nuld'I'ril.iiV

J.II1IC'T' Wainwright So Sofa Love Seat, and Chair French Bedroom Suite ?IutI?
'
Triple Dresser w/mirror 5 dr. ::'tl
Browntones was chest, lu
L INCREASE YOUR HOME LEISURE TIME.
549. Panel bed and Mite table II :5/
Now
All 3 pieces J
Was 839" Close Out 749" II" .;:>

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t i 1 1 Of A Kind, 1 Of A !Kind .. i


End Tables and Coffee Tables Bedroom Pieces


(s All Reduced Chests, Beds Nile Tables I


WEED EATER"Power To Close-Out Reduced To Close Out


""

Broom 1 Only Tambour Oak Bedroom mmmmmm Suite

'i Makes Yard & Patio Clean up a Snap Several Early American
Large Triple Dresser w/deck/ mirror
Amazing new electric powered tool sweeps away
Room Suites
Living
leaves, grass. debris with a 125 MPH velocity air 5 Drawer Chest on Chest

'y : stream.flowerbeds Sweep Lightweight walks cars with, carports excellent lawns.balance. (Sofa with Matching Chair) Heavy Poster Bed and

r The Weed Eater Home 'N Yard Power Broom Reduced as much as $174 2 Drawer Nite Chest

does for raking and sweeping what our line Was '1195 Close Outg9500:
'.. ." '"". trimmer did for trimming and edging

:::: \ "" '-Igj.

>--. \1 _It :) : .-1 Sofa
Contemporary
and
Love, Seat
-. -
--I --+ \ 5 PC.. DinettesFrom$11995 ';' ; Loose Reversible Cushions,'

J Scat & Back. Gaometric Pattarn Fabric

J'W10UC ::. Was'699" Close Out.*5S5


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Model 252500 dtO$4995ust I .
5ed DENMARK FURNITURE '

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2 City Races Develop At Last Minute Tuesday, Schaefer Bowen UnopposedTwo .


,4ft I I t' ,1 r' -, I
have developed In 'the' Two Commission Charles Tucker served on the Starke1 City-: an )\ac<$f> untant)\ ever ,since.1. It JXk!tl1i tQUfslUt which'And l I''". for theFilyegn-ri' sslps Answered.! "
Group 1 J weeks oft I t' bit in,
,SUrke Commission for 1906 to five years he has served 0s senmf Aa < ice ( k and :2 "I'd just like to put my little
election eight
City and two incumbents Schaefer, current mayor- years .
needed it, too, Belcher Belcher said. "If I'm a city commissioner
in countant handling the of Starke you
were re-elected without op commissioner, was re-elected to a 1974, and did not seek another term City do
that'll give me a chance to
said
position as the Tuesday noon deadline fifth term when he drew no opposi 1974. He was mayor-commissioner in audits welding( superlntenJdenl'Vbr it."
for for 1873-1974. He also served.as chairmanof City Commission Belcher was U
filing the
September 8 election
tion.
'
of 7 'clli'sCor, Daniel* Conslrucllqn Silcox, an insurance' executive, has
passed.A the old council before the City Group Four .
South
CUmpany'of'treenville' served 10-jears( on the city commis
new city clerk for the first time In Starke adopted the mayor- Belcher owns a welding firm and is and welder on nuclear sion. lie was maYCJr-col1lllllssioncr
Carolina was a
22-years will be decided between Neil City Clerk commissioner form of government In <
a veteran welder. lie has a truck and during the 1979-19UO) fiscal >ear
plants
Tucker and J.E MillIgan as they Milligan has been In accounting for 1972. does work fop the City of Starke; and power neither, when" Queried by 'the All Starke elected ofliciuls l serve
qualified to vie for the seat now held 31-years. He has been.in private accounting Tucker came to Starke in 1959 from Container Corporation.He : wanted to run terms.
Telegl'aph'on'why'he two-year
by veteran clerk Merrill Edwards for 30-years( the last being Tulsa Oklahoma where he has been worked on the Alaskan,,Pipeline
who is going to retire from the post .corporate comptroller of an Ohio bas-
due to iii health Milligan qualified at ed firm
10 a.m. Tuesday For the past 11-years he has
Incumbent Vernon Silcox drew last operated H R Block of Starke.
minute opposition from H.B. (Danny) "I am running because feet the r.
Belcher in the Group 4 city commission position needs someone with the %
race. desire and ability to bring an atmosphere
Police Chief Jimmy Bowen was reflected of cooperation and sound
for a sixth term without any business principals to It,and I believeI
opposition. can," Milligan said




Lack of Quorum Cancels ,

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| (County Zoning Meeting I

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'''With only!I two members (Nancy former Chairman Don Harden, 1
Odom of Starke and Wiley Langford resulted from a series of reversals of J.. 1' .
of Graham) remaining on the Bradford Zoning Board recommendations by "l': t "'"'vW
County Zoning Board, the the Commission. In resigning from i
regular meeting will not be held on the Board, Rardon said, "the ap- ';i M, I'.f"\\\, t 1 ', ".
Tuesday, July 28, due to lack of'a parent disregard of Zoning Board :1 ',/
quorum. recommendations on key Issues" had '.fP
Director L. M. Gaines 'said made "Curt her the : ,' _i.. .
Zoning actions by 'present <<.' "1', I/i/ ....'j...' .
this week that none of the five vacancies board completely ineffective ,
resulting from resignations of Among the pending zoning matters ...,-,

members two weeks ago had been that will be postponed until the Danny Belcher qualifies... Gene Milligan qualifies...
filled' although several prospective August 25 meeting of the Board is a
new members are in the process of public hearing on petition of Al Young ...to run for the Group.a city commission se.it against \'ctc'r'lIlnculllh"lIl; ...for city clerk in Hie.Sept. N Stdi'ke election.: .Milli&iii' gnalifylug. ,dual'd anon
being interviewed and screened for for a change in zoning to permit con Silcox. The Starke welding contractor pays his! quaifying| fee to l>e|>ulv l ace belueen lit- and) :Neil linker. Itolli ne Stake uct'n1mlmlt.hlhJ.UI: !IMo
recommendation to the Board of struction of a professional office at Clerk Elise Pass. Belcher's qualifying created the only, competition:; lor til>' 'lis 111I| .1m Inn fee In l>eMilI| leik iiise: I'.iss.SESSOT .
County Commissioners.The the intersection of Morgan Road and commission., .
five resignations, including U.S. 301 North of Starke. "



9 for 4 Council
Qualify Hampton ; '

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Jane Hall is New City Clerk ;y, SJ-\; ,85 go t th ase


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Eight candidates qualified for four Fred Phillips, Sr. He is a drafting :,, ,; to- .
city council seats and one candidate engineering clerk. Dh
filed at the last minute to become the Haddock works for Southern Bell r .!:; \ii;... !! 3e.1ow

new city clerk as qualifying ended for Telephone Company in Gainesville T r ". t\._" 'If., t' 1'
the Hampton general election set for Wadsworth is a retired seaman in '
Tuesday, September 8. the Merchant Marine
City Councilwoman Jane (Hall, com- Woods, the first black ever to
pleting her' first term:on the board, qualify to run for Hampton City Coun- the minimum
qualified, just, before the noon cil, is a teacher in the Alachua. County \ I L J if'(
deadline Tuesday, July. 21, and is School System.
unopposed to become the new city
clerk, She will serve the balance Koehler is a secretary at the f
balanc-
the term of Gordon Wadsworth, Jr., University of Florida in Gainesville. i
Mitzel, father of interim clerk \ p a !
who resigned several i mpnths ago \ .a
Brooks, is a truck driver with Slade
Mrs i Lori ;Cookie) Brooks was ap Transport Company.
pointed by council to serve as interim Evans, an unsuccessful candidate
clerk until the eneral election, Mrs. _for mayor last year. Is employed as a 1 SIUBk ..with
l"Jbr thl> \ IIj: *?. : ,
Br E ,, will viht J rite/ 1Y.W.t..eWI... '. IIJ'J.
aril 't" tnq frill l4iq vlnron 4dt
four cfljHPVIR seats with the top 'S w.o N- Al O
ScuunnBeing elected. Those Hall,7lusbartff; tlrfl>bTt EP't,'M"1t"'Jm. -
four v
who qualified include Fred Phillips, Hall, is employed as an all4- '. th e' service
mechanic the University
Jr.,; .Mane; Haddock; Walden conditioning 1\
Wadsworth;' Ulyssess Woods; Amy of Florida.
David Koehler': Dewayne Mitzel; ,The top three vote getters will serve /
John Evans, and Charles Norris Hall two-year terms on the council.
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The person With the fourth highest I charge"
In addition to Mrs. Hall, incumbents
Wilma McDaniel, Chuck number' of votes will receive a one- .e
term to replace Wilma McDanielwho
Kowlafcan| |
cek c neW r\i1s'r\.terms; Sr;.."on did council.not have ChairmanTed to run son resigned in the before election he last could September take office but, h : j9V () 13 IU B S.I

'this : "fa; '.ihe current Hampton McDaniel was apponted by council to .
until the general election this
; serve
YI" i it 'Department fire chief
and *\* .of Hampton rshall; ,year
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Jlj olly lalm Kirk
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6"'Ii'; : :Survivors include her parents, award .. '1'
Miss li son Kirk. .. ..
A. & Mar>'eSouIhcrland Kirk of ,. .
Qlter'
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Kc>sto died Mundat ) Keystone Heights; three brothers, ...... .
ill
noon.onaut'. J njurics recetse'. Andrew S. Kirk of Albany, New York, ...- n <.,
dent, ;' r
le Bruce Kirk ol Fort Washington 'it\ U,\'.'
Born New Jersey Cl1 July Maryland, and Chii.stum Kirk of ,,.....' : -- t \ -", ,';"
48,19( 1o'cQ.u.1\c! t"lIe. Keystone Heights; two sisters Dr.; "' ?;, ,. <. r', "
Maclntire ot Alburn. .
Douglass
from Fairfax, Ao
Height \; ago
Va. mitaJlp,Ijldvc been a senior,at Alabama and Miss lIeathcr'Kirk ol ''li 12.4 .

Ke>.sl jfcj l ttt l High School She Keystone Heights ,' ... .."'. \:. .
lord btMyKlIflc;I treasurer of the Funeral services will be held Friday j,., s.'J..'w & ..cf ." ...... ,? -1 t.: >-
July 24, at 1111.111. in lie I Com- ,
K ?norrator of Desiderataat '
Junior .. t.l .' '" '*
hiunit Church of Keystone Heights! l'.. I.
IhelMvtiilaUicatc/ service<< and ) "..O .u ,i.
with Kev. Buddy C. Friedlm of-, .. IT. .
Senior GillsClub. "
Pnc-iiber-nf the > : ( "
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was a \ ', I ;<> !! .' ') .
1\ JilI: Kirk I Was u Sunday School ricialint Burial will be in MelroseCemetery 'WOI{ w y 'd. .
under the direction cII'>l lDo ;
lie "
chair member ut ( .
4onunuiiily: of KestOllcI1cigI1U Will C Jones Funeral Home. : /, . ?
; Church '. ,\, : .; :- ..
Friends! will be received ut the \ .
ah | also belonged to ,the .
( :
Kliam Baptist,'. Chinch Youth Group olMelnise. Thursday funeral IIDIIIO c\'l'ninf.limn Jill''S)' In 21.: !>:Oil p. in \ j : : > :p''" <;: ;" ,
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Voters f Switch to our new hassle-free checking ac With $500' in your savings account you can "

,"'.. count..You earn interest on checking (NOW) with enjoy hassle-free regular checking. There's no

.t' none of the hassles. No minimum balance for minimum balance in checking., And you still get

checking. And no service charge. the highest interest rate allowed on your savings. '

Of ,;.\ ..' Keep $1,000 or more in your savings and earn With either plan you have an automatic

,\,: .. the highest interest, rate allowed:; by law. Earn friendship,with. Tilhe the Alltime Teller.,Bank ,

'" .,' "' the same rate on the'money in your checking when you want to, not when you. have to. 24

; 'Starke account no matter what the balance is, hours a day. 7 days a week.

"A'' .......... I ".... Hassle free checking is sure avoidthe"Dipbelpwtheminimumbalancestuckwith
Interest on checking is compounded daily a way.to

and paid every month. So all of your money is -
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: 'nl//(1", '. .' making money all of the time the-servico-charge" blues. Stop in and see,us :)

f.I would like to thankthe'voters for details.'l'"
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of the City;of '- I l'I:: .} t' I ':. ".
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Starke for their vote ''' F ,e ,[; r ir ':'

of confidence in'returning, meooffice3itbgti: .: .7'.1.f, : '\ t' y .Y b Xtf J(1(51., \JIt-?: ,I J, nNtaAta
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Taxation- Co" Issue
pl :' i! mj; lookingfolltaela J ; \,
duty. He was l ; '?jec
I would'U'ke to bring to your attention serve legal paper to and earlier! I

Double taxation--the inequity countywide, or revenues by way of this newspaper the evening. I.had knowledge; his

resulting from the taxing of received by the county following information. vestigating 'the theft of, a.,1\1.01.\

county residents living inside government as a countywide Very few of you, the residents of taken from of the a home fire departinen on C 325/froi{

the city limits to finance ser- entity. Hampton attend any meetings of the member

vices provided only for the Hampton City Council and for this Relative to my covering'the a
benefit of residents in the Initially, the taxing powerof reason you the majority, have very dent I contacted the Highway Pa
MSTUs in Florida was in little knowledge of what Is actually and requested assistance and,was
unincorporated areas of the dispute. They were viewed by taking place in your city. This is Infor- formed that a trooper; was not It'e)
county, continues to cause some as mere mechanisms to mation that you desperately need! relative to the accident happening

friction between cities and evade tax limits and I 'u parking lot. However ,when
millage As a great t many of you know
counties of Florida. learned that a person .was
State
served and carried out and
special referendum re- your city accident form
executed duties to the best of my volved, a regular
my
The State
quirements. and Robs>>
Unlike "old soldiers," this ,4t ability under the oath that I was to be filed Trooper
Court however has o the morning following
troublesome problem is not Supreme sworn to perform. Therefore I would assisted me
held that MSTUs have the like for all to know that as long as I accident.In .
that will "fade
one simply power to impose ad valorem I served your city and worked under addition to the accident wer
BWB). taxes solely in the unincor- Chief Fred Phillips, I found him to the new city clerk's house for the

Double taxation seems in- porated areas, without voter I serve all and anyone that needed help of- surance policy numbers M comp
'k' in your city-not only as a police '
the accident report. I was instruc
herent in the changing role of approval.But well
ficer, but also as a friend as ; to meet the clerk at the Hampton f
local government in deliver- despite their ; helping anyone that he could lending hall. I was told by the clerk l that
ing services to its people, and popularity, : 'b it,1 money to many in need,answering Incident policy was cancelled and tha'f'she
serious still
questions are calls at any given hour of the Bradf
the
the method of paying for such or was going1 notify
raised about the use of day or night, using his private vehicleon Hospital to bill the pity dinI
services. In this time of in- County
MSTUs. For instance, there is many occasions for cityuse, and was also shown letters,of not if;
creasing services and dwindl- not ever being compensated for it.
'
some concern as to the "1 + tion of cancellation where 'paymwas
ing tax dollars, the unfairness > in demand over a two or th
legitimacy of county commis- Mr. Phillips has been publicly In-
of double taxation, which has sioners simultaneouslyrepresenting sulted accused, ridiculed, and held month period.

been largely overlooked in the up to scorn, and yet he continues to
conflicting other statement that >
affluent times is and He is but one One
I more attrac- try serve you. per-
and interests of the entire county son who is being used when needed brought to my attention was the us
ting more more attention and a subdivision of the coun- ;+.. and rejected at the same time. police equipment. What was belie-'
from hard-pressed taxpayers.The to be a "safe" police station, wit
ty (which the MSTU would be) +
.#{ is that the large amount of city funds paid
My personal opinion
of double tax- when the same commis-
inequities
R/ wrong man is questioned. Your city is masonite walls and locks did
ation do not result when coun- sioners are elected coun- z"j being mismanaged,and Fred Phillipsis work so Chief Phillips kept

ties deliver such areawide urban tywide to represent coun- not doing the managing! I strongly Hampton weapons at' his hoi

services as health and tywide interests.An ? believe that If more of you the However, they were available to u:
social assistance regional citizens of Hampton would attend any time. Chief Phillips and' I k
additional controversy your council meetings you would see police scanners on 24 hours a day
airports and parks, environmental involves the creation of how your city is being handled. You our homes bought and paid for
regulation and k may even decide to replace some of- ourselves so that we could
-
pollution control, or crime MSTUs which encompass the ficials that now run your city for those available at any given time wl
laboratories. The problems entire unincorporated area of that have some civic knowledge. needed. We had done this due to
a county. Rural residents, fact that the City of Hampto
arise instead when
a county who claim they do not want or As a matter of fact, it might even bea residents had a right to police pro)
government provides local good idea to require a minimum lion or emergency use, medical. .
municipal services such as need municipal services, protest qualification or an academic coursein otherwise,

police protection, planningand what they see as a kind of city management for anyone apply-

zoning, street lighting dual taxation inequity.It ing or running for a position to serve A city council member took It ii|
the public. herself to remove the police ph
garbage collection, and the might well be that from Chief Phillips' house, dopriv .
maintenance of residential substantial changes in local At this time I would like to make the citizens of emergency conti

streets for the benefit of coun- government structure and this statement regarding Chief Fred with the local police whereas I

ty residents in the rapidly finance before .. Phillips and the accident involving citizens had to go through, the com
must come the -- '-" the police vehicle. sheriffs department.I .
growing unincorporatedareas question of double taxation is

and finances these ser- resolved to the satisfaction of Your Mayor,Hank Lott, did in fact would also like it to be known II

vices with revenues collected all interested parties. ...-.--- Florida Champ Loblolly--. tell Chief Phillips to set up a work I never sat at anyone's'table' a
schedule for himself and me regar- drank their coffee and stated U
ding what hours we were to be on or Chief Phillips was off duty when I
Pine Kingsley LakeTowering off duty. Between the both of us, we accident occurred.
I Goethe
_ Was Right covered the city 24 hours daily. I was

not paid for any extra hours of duty by certainly hope that }you, Icitizens t
the city or the CETA program and I of Hampton will organ
Almost 200 years ago, playground after debris has to the height of 125 feet this loblolly pine with an estimatedage am sure the city did not compensateChief and question the true guilt of'youriy. '
of over 100 stands majestically in the background as Olive Dell .
been cleared years Phillips for any extra hours he
Johann Wolgang Goethe, the away. from
Ryder the owner receives Florida Champion Tree certificate was on duty.

German poet, novelist, and Research done by another Mark Fries. County Forester for Bradford, .Countys1:; ,, ; tX ( \lillflH I iin ._ I (',r 1 nrlw ,4iL5tI.srILe4leripastalbdked'u11S< :.

philosopher said ",,1} j'everyman organization, Keep; Am Ican : : ,As for \the evening of the accident, I. ... : iA i4gfn': ;
P would keep his own Inc. has The tree;with a Ir(6( 'v:stanch> synches'r / aYthVrequVred I { : height oW't! '/, ''I.. can.confirm'thaff,Chief! ,Phillips was on -:iIf. NMa8eyJuly: 13) 0 no..iwwuiia. nsilj
%8pwn feet above ground level- : the front yard of Mrs:: Ryder's summer *t< *f + u < r
doorstep cleat, Very soon'the'whole that any plan to change habitsof home on Kingsley Lake. Airs. Rydpr recalls that Its towering height was

world would be clean. littering needs four used by her brother S.T.Dell of Gainesville, as a landmark to guide him
back to the landing on after-dark fishing trips.
components-- updated or-
r Truer words were never
f dinances; 2) continuous County Agents
spoken. The certificate presented by Fries reads: "I hereby declare this Loblolly By
education ; 3) improve Pine to bear the honor and title of Florida Champion Tree" It Is -
Three years ago, Gov. technology and equipment; designated the largest In height and circumference of any tree of its Notebook Bobby

George Busbee announced the and 4)) effective enforcement.The species! in Florida.Pre'&eri&ifol .
creation of a new program Taylor'n

called "Georgia Clean and clean-up and };YiJihgUijward \\-rles'last official act as county forester '4'saddlid
Beautiful." The first of its beautification work now goingon here a poslftJUl5'Jlf; t\ )ti Mld/ for more than two years The young forester

kind in the nation, the program in Starke coordinating the left early this week'or Kugje; River Wise., where he will be associatedwith >> I hope you will welcome Carolyn

was created as the basisof efforts of the City and the Tree of VyniotrohW. it'private' industry engaged. III environmental Redding to our County as our new 4-11
educational programs<< .prViMitc the w'se' use ut natural resources! and Coordinator. She replaces Lowell
a statewide effort to improve Community Improvement approved c: 'ese,fUnil>ifr!,h rvelitillJ.!. Parrish who- joined the Florida
Program (CIP) shows what 7 ,'"
the physical and .
,,
aesthetic quality of life for can be accomplished once it ,..... ........,.'t.s.......--..,. ""'1M--f-' ';" ..-"-_......,......_...._.".............__..........._.-............... Tallahassee Department last of Agriculture!March. staff in ,

Georgia citizens. has been determined that unsightly \

trash, careless litter- Carolyn is a local person who fA

And what makes Georgia's ing, industrial wastes, and graduated from Bradford High School) I'I Fc
program work? The secret is vacant lots in 1978. She is the daughter of George
overgrown are no
Roller of and she
Lawtey and her hus-
citizen participation, without longer acceptable in our community band Roger live in Lawtey. Carolyn

which no community effort We could do an even 1'11.+til.11UNI'1'Y entered college after her junior yearof

can be successful. Georgia's better job, no doubt, by follow- high school went straight through i sbo i'y
Clean Community System is ing the successful Clean Community 6 .four years of study in two years lime. 1 n
the nation's first to ,11'RlYI':1INTBOItA11 She taught agriculture in Baker County s
program
System that has :
prov- the last half of 1980 and the
use behavioral science to ed so successful in Georgia.The 19HO-1981 term She received her
change the public attitude Bachelor of Science in Agriculture

toward trash and littering.The first step necessary to i degree from the University of Floridain
benefit by the experience of C.I. Pete Says : December 1980. Her major is in t'
program is based on the those who have blazed the Agricultural Extension Education

psychological concept that trail is to contact the Georgia Planlel !J'. giving her an excellent background
!s can lie a thing of beams, \t'lIl'lIr'cl for or just another ugly( for working>> with our 4-11 members
of the the
much
way we, people Clean and Beautiful state duckling: if neglected. 'I'Ills week's laurels to the following planters lh.it und leaders.
perform is based on our coordinator. He will then work qualify for>> the "super" cl.issiriraiiuii:

psychological concept of whatis with a key of the local Even; though she has been with us
person
Florida Itovk Industries which MN| a bright spot to Kdnurdv Koiul. ,,
since 1
considered the norm in only July 17, Carolyn l has
community to set up an infor- Dr. WiijneMiiffeu's attractive: ensemble at his office on Soulli U'lilnnt. already become involved in 4-11 :
our
behavior patterns--what is acceptable mative presentation of the The First Christian (luircli'H horliciilliirnl display 4111 West (':111. program. She has attended two days Mrs. Carolyn Bedding; i ; % :,

( "Everyone else CCS program. It is then up to of our County "-II Camp and has ;New'; l-ll Coordinator jjj
does it".what) is expected of the local community to follow Now that (he iinprmcmciit heaulificuli.m hall is rolling!, let's keep it go visited with several of our 4-H | I

others ("Someone else will through and make the program ing. Watch. this spice far new developments! next week members and leaders. She will ac- In severe casts leaves have u.scoVip, f
'"
-"", several of and cd appearance
pick it up..what has work.Starke's company our 4-H'ers :- (
leaders to Florida 4-H
I Congress next I
become traditional ( "I've .
week at (he University of) Florida Crass which is heavily lerliliifiencourage i
efforts in the :tin '
done it this past '
always way; why 'I!*
new growth is primo'nididate
a
should I change now?") have been commendable, but Two BUS S?i dents Attend Boys State We are happy have Mrs. Redding for attack by this fuiifct ,

they have been more or less with us and look forward to great disease, Applications of upprtpt;
spasmodic and not a continu- things for Bradlord County 4-11 under fungicides such as Dacnllil.'I'll il'lI II'' I.
Georgia's CCS is not just ing, well-planned program.A Two Bradford High School wear a helmet when riding a motorcycle her guidance and direction Fore are generally el1'cci\'c"! hen* ; .
another one-time clean-up effort students Donald Gissy and Chuck but it did not come up for debate. plied on a 7 to 10 day program. :}F )

but rather it focuses on clean and beautiful town Williams attended the annual Speaking of 4-H. would also like to

long-term results. It is not does, indeed, begin on our own Florida American Legion Boys State Gissy said Boys Slate was a good publicly (thank Alicia Homrich. our This year the disease has bCl'tk'!
'
iri Tallahassee from June 28 to July 4. learning experience. 'We sat in the Home Economics Agent for her serious problem on established ..,_ ,
content with merely cleaningup doorstep--and we must work .
Senate and the House of Represen-
efforts
outstanding and
4-H has
as acting. been difficult !
cimfri
: to
a vacant lot and hoping together with our neighbors, Donald is the son of Mr. and Mrs. tatives and wrote bills. We learned Coordinator from March to July of Ik-iivj fertili/iilion (to encouYni I)
that no one will mess it up civic groups, and city officials Joe Gissy of Green Acres and Chuckis about parliamentary procedure and this year. Alicia continued her Home recover 1 \
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris how the state Is run" he said. responsible'd
again-CCS goes on to use the if the desired goal is'to be Economies'program while putting in partly ,i
Williams of Kingsley Lake. niany extra hours of, HI'ork, cidcncc of the disease. "5 '
vacant lot for a children's reached. Boys State started nationally! 1J.: : tItif'good K I
The purpose of Boys Stale in to and in Florida in 1940.! It is nova
assist in the education of our youth in recreational camp but strictly( an, to have people like Alicia Althuugli! applications of an ap '
the duties privileges rights and educational program. Only Boys with on our staff who are dedicated to serve ed fungicide on a 7 to 10 day pro
ing.pur people in any way possible.V will reduce the
MEMBER responsibilities of American Citizen outstanding qualifications. including ,' problem, the mOb!
.. >'o_ ship. leadership, courage neatness honor cleat control measure is to dim
"
C'omiieijr vpnln4 1 loyaltyand: service, are selected. <;JC.\ lJI'sPT.tl.lslT: ( the .stress which is makings Jhe i
Boys from every part of Florida I ,
more.. xusceptible'f( > ) 1u
iir J participated in the 1981 American I ; Gray leaf spot is"a disease normally ,
"- :;1-:1v:
..
found In Sf. '
Augustine
O'o Legion Boys Slate. Upon arrival in / grass this time
Tallahassee the boys grouped into f of the Il4r: It may be a serious pro- Concerned 'd tr4n !
ESTABLISHED 117. oM cities and counties.. ,and the 51st" V, sV ,Jlernpu? newly sprigged or plugged '" ,
slate was created. '-orseve"da>s the lawns but&is..nut :usually serious on To ;Meet .i::' vtAVOA
SOS O.PERGUSON-JOHN M.MILLER. 'ubll., ".!' \\ &y. fI 1'D ," Citizens:41( the new'State'; .t' carriedout established:lawnsf 'Con 'Cni .fts:4r1
.,, .. t.j:: : erned a.
.. .. :_: : :if r.fhisdfsieJserausesround;
j9A
functions government taking .County Inc. will hold its mOl
...Wl.....ndl Awdry.d..d..w./CI_-.:..III.r.wgNa '1} 27lh. at 7:30
... ..,...___..-.1m. iJI; I ii V ::
spots on the .
w _.- .glatc.of( Florida as a guM: : !! leaves that are brown toxwwmloaishaCaferedvwstlLrpurpl9 .ia thcH.J.E.-Cafelorja. MWfr- t
......_, ..... v eP.I f tot' btown :Q)s 1 Pine Street-. in"SterK. f*: *'
j ...............__I? It r.r Y. i could ;
_....___...I,..Y.IOII._.... Participants write and sponsor -* mete l swan I Is known ai margins.. Spots may be covered with a
,--.......- .......rl.aw. .. bills. Gissy said he wrote one.nnngaway.wktrthe.requlremenl Cobb a female twin is a pen. gray mold in warm humid weather. The public is invited to attend. t',

... -' to Lesions may also occur on the steins further information! call WH-67U4.. ,,1,1WL t




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July U, 19111 'rtLEt; ; tAPH IMgeSA


Lynn Moxley and Gene MelvinWedy XTBW .a Bayless Highway Baptist Church Ordination I


Bayless Highway Bayle in inviting everyone to attend
The Social Side ordained Rev. Char BapUst.JCtJurch., I hp'.e,rvices: Sunday school aC '10a.nt.T

\ \ 1 11'lin! Hpqgremony: ... minister of the gospel'Sunday night. :; church service at 11 a.m.;
,. ,Sl o; Rev. J.D. Robinson, former pastorof B.T.U. at 6:30: p.m.; evening worship
the church preached the ordination at 7:30: p.m.: Wednesday night prayer
Miss Lynn Moxley. daughter P rand 'Gl4dYII footyOf The'' sermon, He, ,was ,assisted by. Rev; tReivleF het 7,3.past t '
Mrs. Ben L. Moxley, Jr.; of t Charles Or eb b& First Baptist. t I t ,
Starke and Gene Melvin, son of Mr. Editor Church of StarKe and the deacons of Retirement ReceptionFor
and Mrs. Cecil Society ,
C. Melvin of Brooker, Bayless Highway and other churches
were united in 'I Mary Williams
marriage Saturday, '
attending.
July 11,at7:30 p.m. at the home' of the.bride's 96 .7608 News,! Brother M.L. Conner, .chairman bf 'Friends are invited to attend a
parents with Rev. Ben'Bryant O O the ,deacons board presented Rev. reception honoring Mary Williams on
performing the nuptials. Colbert with a beautiful bible as a gift Sunday, July 26, between the hours ol
Joey Herres, pianist and Mrs. from the church. Mrs. Colbert was 2 and 4 p.m., at the Hampton City'
Charles Green, soloist, presented a'. r given a corsage from the ladies of the Hall. ,
program of nuptial music. church. Mrs. Williams will be retiring from
A branched candelabra with burn-' Dana Alvarez, Following the ordination service a I the Hampton Host Office un July 24
Ing the white tapers was placed in front of Charles Watson Jr., reception was given for the Rev. and alter: () years as PUblma.tcr.
before
fireplace which the couple Mrs. Colbert in the Fellowship Hall
their vows and was balanc- Married June 23
\Fated which was decorated with red and
two standing baskets of white streamers and potted plants. B-U Realtors !:
gladiolus, roses and baby's breath Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. The cake table held a beautiful bible 'I
with ferns and
District
palms. The candelabra Attend
cake which baked Mrs.
was by
entwined Alvarez Sr., of Starke announcethe
was with ivy accented with
> Blonnie Derkman also chocolate
white marriage of their daughter, a MeetingLillian
roses. ..--- Dana Lynn, to Charles T. Watson, cake decorated in red and white. An
Melvin served Frc.s. of Hrucllonl-
Gary as best man. of flowers and Pearson.
arrangement summer
Miss Lynn Pierce attended as maidof \ Sr., of Lawtey. ,, Union Board of Realtors Inc. and
-, The wedding took place June 23 red candles also decorated the table.
honor. She wore an off-the- Cecelia Terwilli'gar, immediule I'ii.sl1'res.
table covered with
shoulder, polished cotton, floral print \ at 11:43: in a.m.Folkston in the, Ga.judge'schambers Judge lace cloth and presiding was at the table a ., attended District One Fun at
dress with white eyelet lace trim. She the I'onle Vcdra Inn Sjlurtlay in'
J.S. Haddock the were Mrs. Ada Jones, Mrs. Corine
performed IIrj
carried a nosegay of silk pastel ( Watford and Mrs. Linda Woods. Ponce( Vcdra Beach.
ceremony. "
flowers. James M. Furrish Gainesville
Following short trip'to I Finger sandwiches were also served
Given in her father a wedding Board of Realtors, District I lice
marriage by
"
St. Augustine the couple is!< by all the ladies of the church.
the bride wore an off-the-shoulder, '- --- rj attended President: conducted the eauraswhere
residing in a mobile home off of. Approximately 125 guests
white eyelet cotton floor-length dress the ordination and reception. each board gate pruv.u-ss;
old road.
with a wide ruffle at the bodice and j '. 200A Mr., Watson Lawtey is self-employed at\ Rev. Colbert has been called as full ivporls William Wul.Miii, 1'iesnli'nl: ul
the hemline. She wore white silk ti the Florida FAR, told ol! two irci'nl
.

time of and he and his
,.., ,.. ., Watson Garage In Macclenny. pastor Bayless
with Uov iralunn.
flowers in her hair and carried a J 1 1t ineelniKs Hop
I\ ,, :' family will be in the pastorium by
bridal bouquet of pastel silk flowers.A '.;.,'1' ..,-t". '" ,'j,!,,,,".'t .1 August I. "'!'unk Williams: was given\ a coiiiiui'ii

reception was held at the Starke ,," "" They join with the members of elation signed by all Dislncl
Golf and Country Club where Mrs. etp\ ,. 1''l'Ir lII'nls.Shrimp.
George Pierce greeted the guests at ... CJA J r
the door. Miss Jan Netherland, a : (A ,
cousin of the bride, kept the guest tawe'

book. .;, t\" Americans drink
overa billion
\ j I
iJ
Arrangements of mixed summer \' pounds of coffee
h} per year.
flowers .
were placed at points of interest
throughout the reception room. ,

white All Army-Navy the tables were cloths.covered The bride'stable with The Mark Fries .... :K 1 .
-
was centered with a four-tiered Honored At
C.T. Watson, Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs.
white wedding cake, made by Mrs. Farewell DinnerMr.
David Smith of Starke and was a gift .
..
to the bride. The cake .. :. and Mrs. Mark Fries
was toppedwith .. were Bridesmaid's LuncheonFor
.._ y' ...A
satin wedding bells. Silver r honored at a farewell dinner Wednesday -
candelabras were placed at each end Mr. and Mrs.Gene MelvinJo night, July 15, given at Daryl's Becky CooperMiss
of the table. Cutting the cake were 1832 Restaurant in Jacksonville. The Becky Cooper, whose mar
Mrs. Donald Carter and Mrs. Mike Evans Mrs. George Roberts, Mrs. dinner was given by Mr. and Mrs. riage to John Tilley was last Satur- A
Sexton. Joyce Riherd, Mrs. Les Wood, Mrs. Robert Autry, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman day, July 18, was complimented at a t,
The two punch tables were Irving Clark, Miss Della Rosenberg, Register, III, and Mr and Mrs. Cliff bridesmaid's luncheon Saturday July ,_ t
,highlighted by arrangements of but Mrs. R. P. McLendon, Mrs. H. C. Chapman.Mr. 11, with hostesses Mrs. Carl
ton zinnias and ivy. The groom's table Ritch, Ms. Ellen Bloodworth, and Fries, who has been Bradford Torode,Mrs. Butch Redding and Mrs.
,was also decorated with ar Misses Debra Johns, Lori Clark, Pam County Forester for the past two Norman Redding at the home of the
rangements of button zinnias and ivy Clark, Erika and Alisha Gruen, years, has accepted a position as latter on Blanding Street.
and a silver sconce holding mixed Michelle Sexton, Amy Jo Carter and resource educator with Trees for ,

summer flowers. Cutting and servingthe Robin Register. Tomorrow at Eagle River, Wis. He The dining room table was covered I,
groom's cake were Mrs. Harold Following a wedding trip to the and Mrs.Fries left for their new homeon with a white hand embroidered cloth V2
Bishop, III, and Mrs. Harry Gruen. mountains in North Carolina and Ten- Saturday. and centered with an arrangement of LB.SHRIMP.
Presiding at the punch and hors nessee, the couple is residing in The three couples presented the silk flowers. The table in the family
d'oeuvers tables were Mrs. Freeman Brooker. Fries with a \basket of Florida room was covered with a white Army '
Register, III, Mrs. David Smith, Mrs. The bride is a teacher at Starke mementos to take with them on their Navy cloth and centered with an arrangement -
Jackson Prevatt, and Mrs. Keith Elementary School. The groom is new venture. of pink carnations. A
Tetstone. Assisting were Mrs. Ralph employed with Florida HydrocarbonCo. small table covered with a white cloth

Bryan, Mrs. Herb Herres, Mrs. Mary Debra L. Griffls, and centered with a small arrangement awsr
of summer flowers was for the I
Colen Ratliff Jr.
flower girls.Hanging DINNERO89
Lynn Melvin Married July 12

Honored at ShowerMrs. BIRTHSMorgan Debra L. Griffis, daughter of Mri plants and other greenery

Gene Melvin, the former Lynn and Mrs. Virgil Griffls\ and ColeiZ' ... decorated" the u party, .rooms.. ---for.'. the t oc- ,-"I n 'V' .1" T 2' ,

Moxley. whose marriage was an Lee Fill ...., tu Ratliff, Jr., son of Mr'a i&fMrs."Col'en'u .cnslott.Among the guests wer, Mrs. 3ob.tG1'tr'd& If I. c1''tt, rtlu: .....I h,.. rr.U3l
, ,,j eventlolsJulNahwashonoredatakitl, #, ;! .)ll"" '1 ) ::!:'! ) :'> 'J !JUJ.\'lhllo" j u ta\1 i t'' ij1 /t1A'Y ';ggl,K ii !-" if apd Mrs.fI Vt'It t T c N'"''' iD a,.. .. "
Vte4lePrr :
chen shower on July amlvealjjMMrs.n\ announce II.R'etliPtq the' :birth of a daughter lI tllrk'l':, home l pd, in ,r { "DUI R ...1Irly.tI I :! : : k'r Trnother. d "W 11'" :
,
Vernon Reddish, Mrs. $.G. Paterson, of the groom s gran parents }
!
Mrs. John Reddish, Mrs. Herb Her- Mogan Lee, born ;July 16 in Alachua Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hunter of[.t Mrs J.G. Jackson attended., the: groom'sgrandmother a..J fit.+ dLUEc +
res, Mrs. Jimmy Thornton and Mrs. General Hospital She joins a sister, Graham. Rev. James Starling pastor( : also

Keith Tetstone at the home of the lat. Misty, age 7. of the First Baptist Church (oP J ? flf(3(3 (3
ter in Robert's subdivision. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Graham performed the nuptials. The hostesses presented Miss
Corsages were presented to the Mrs. R.H. Fill of Kingsley Lake,: Cooper with the cream pitcher of her
v honoree, her mother, Mrs. Ben Mox- Maternal grandparents are Mr. and 'chosen china pattern as a memento of 1212 N. Temple Ave. Starke, FLorida 964-6567

ley, Jr., and to her mother-in-law, Mrs. Eddie Jackson of Starke.. First BaptistsTo the occasion..

Mrs. Cecil Melvin.Refreshments .
Hold Vacation
Otis Edward Starling Jr.
served
were from
of Otis and Lillie Starling of Starke an Bible SchoolThe _
the dining area. A bouquet roses
birth of Otis Edward
the
nounce a son, NI
highlighted the coffee table In the Jr. born 13 in Alachua First Baptist Church: of Starke I ,
Starling, July ))1 1' 19,1
.great room where Lynn opened her their annual Vacation
General Hospital. will be hosting ;
fgifts. Paternal grandparents are Paul E. Bible School next week, Monday ;
'4 The hostesses presented the and Gloria Starling of Kingsley Lake. through Friday, July 27-31. N ejl
honoree..with dinner from her
a plate
,Maternal grandmother is Maggie There will be two sessions this year.
chosejf'china pattern and a waocjennapkin Cannon. of Starke. The morning session from 9-11:30: ( 1
h older'as: a memento. -
a,m. will be designed for children
'"" i ; ,, ages 3-11 years. The program for
1'"rl' '- 'rulguslln Thomas these children will include prayer Bible -
-e ARRIVALS i. Ronny and Neva Thomas of Starke study, recreation, art activities
.. ,.'1Hrl / ",, 'announce the birth of a son, Craig singing and refreshments.The 6Cl'1'1111
'.' Q,... erlcl '''errJ''-> ,- Austin born July 13 in, Alachua evening session this year will ,, .,.
''11 Y4'Witd,Fred Perry, UIof, 1 General Hospital. be designed for the youth ages 1218. !
I announce the birth off Son, Paternal grandparents are Mr. and The session on Monday night will
Frederickborn July 9 I In!Lake Mrs. Woodrow Thomas of Starke. begin at 6 p.m. and end at 7:30 p,m.
Hospit intake City |Le joins 'Maternal grandparents are Mr. and The Tuesday through Friday evening ,
and ttrotoer' Lee, sessions will at 7 and end I'1' .
''Kimtsge n, !: Mrs. Owen James Andrews of begin p.m. 'I''Ilf'IY
., .'" vf. Palatka. at 9 p,m. The evening sessions will include Qul
t I grandparent! atEt XlIy) : prayer, Bible study, skits;
r It d.!' .' fern, Sr.. o Mac e"I1Y. Did You I Know,.......... group discussions, games and
bafnrlal'grandarents' & .r Oul and refreshments.All .
1 ft1! uNlBtydalsoof! ,Macclenny.THertong Miss Elizabeth Lawson and Mrs. young people ages 3.18 are cordially -
-- ....... Kitty Vales were Sunday overnight invited to participate in Vacation -
f""" '<< guests,*of Mr and Mrs. I{.A. Lawson Bible School. If transportation is

.>.t K iV' of Jacksonville visited while enroute to the Catskills and needed please call our church office del' ,b91 ,
"''hls.. mother., Mrs. W.F. Herlong on Nantucket Island, N.Y for the sum- at 964-6362 and let us know. tiro 1 ''raptTRAE
Sunday. mer,
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the engagement of their
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Alan Rowald son of Mr. and Mrs.

Nolan R. Rowald, Houston, Texas.
Susan is:the grand-daughter of Mrs.A. .
J. Thomas Sr., and the late A. J.
Thomas Sr., of Starke.
: The wedding planned for Friday
evening) July 31, 7:30: p.m.: at
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invited to attend.
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: : _____________ Mary lloltz 1 Atlanta Mrs. Carol were Bush Sunday and overnight

__ guests of their aunt Mrs. James Bar- -
Mary Catherine Holt ron. Miss Susan Wood
Keith Rows Id
Buddy Thigpen Keith Carter of Miami was home(

i:11 i : To Wed Aug 14 for the weekend. Did You Know..........,' '
Mrs. Bettie Mizelle spent last week II-

: Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Holtz an- with her daughter and family Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Norman'and
''nounce the engagement and ap- and Mrs. Roger Householder. In sons visited Mr.and Mrs.J.E-.Waters
Bushnell. Dundee the first of last week and
'61 BUS Grads Gather.... 'proaching duaghter Mary marriage Catherine,of to Edgar their in visited Disney World on Tuesday,,

Earl (Buddy) Thigpen of Starke. Mr. and Mrs. George Flynn Jr.
First row: Allen Crews Ellis Coleman Lonnie Redding. Hugh Waldron( Dewey McKinney Rodney Itamford. Miss Holtz is a graduate of Brad- were in Tallahassee the weekendvisiting .
Russell Raulerson. Tom Bo Smith. ford High School and is employed by their children, Mr. and Mrs. MORE SOCIALS
Second row: Glinda (Brown) Powers( Richard nuggar. Annette (Thomas) Crane Sandra and Miss Neva Jayne
(Whitehead) Reddish. Kentucky Fried Chicken. Reggie Flynn SEE PAGE 10A,,
Betty Jane (Salmon) Sutllff Amelia (Williams) O'Neal. Sally (Sink) Rosier. Anne (Matthews) Miller Marty Mr. Thigpen Is currently employedby Flynn. _

((Green Bales) Green. Beverly (Chapman McGee Karolyn (Kaufmann) Jackson, Joanne (Green) Fussell Barbara Jean Olin Mobil Homes and is also a I n._''' BO' """ "''IIIUW-- ___.--11I1''"''milt I
) Bennett Margaret (Dolyes) Dyal Eddie Brown; Glenna llarrell. graduate of Bradford High School. -

Third row: Emory Eunice Sidney Griffin Ray Durban Kay (Dennis) llinson Brenda (Hinson) Gardner Diane The couple will be united in mar- a FSSrr.sl i
(Firth) Ely Pat (Starling) Bunker. Kay (Hart) May. Dottie (Dayton( ) Stevenson Sara (Woodburn) Reeves riage Friday August 14, at 7:30 p.m. aass
Leonard Prevatt, Donald Thmas.like( Denton, Linda Gayle (!Moody) Richards Johnle Devore Don Wldegren. at the church of Jesus Christ of Latter | ,
Last row: Leaton Mathews, Julian Green Eddie Starling Vernon Parmenter Marty(Crosby Percy Sullivan Bob Day Saints in Starke. I I
by llutcheson Douglas Thomas Stetnar I-.tfkrtinl AM, Wayne Parrish.
Not in picture (cut off on end) John Miller.

Did You Know.......... \\ &&B

I 1961 BHS Class Reunion Held June 20 Chaplain and Mrs. Norman Redding -
returned Saturday after a weekat ()

_ The 1961 Bradford High School and Country Club where Steve's arrangements Richard Duggar served as emcee Andy's Trout Farm at Dillard Ga. LOUNGE
20-year class reunion was held Saturday were focal points. The for the program and recalled past They made side trips to Highland and
June 20, starting with brunch registration table was also happenings similar to "True Confessions" Franklin N.C. and also went rafting
the Nantahala River in North
from 9:30: to 12 noon at the Western highlighted with a floral arrangementfrom of the class.A down Open 5.12
Steer Steakhouse.The Hawaii. certificate of appreciation was Carolina.

two unique center ar- The dining tables at the club were presented to Ray Durban, committee
rangements on the tables were sent covered with white paper cloths and chairman. A special gift and certificate Nancy Grider Kay Allen, Cindy
by Steve Williams a classmate from centered with red and gray the class was presented to Steinar Winkler and Tanja Rigby with Rev.
Honolulu, Hawaii who was unable to colors, streamers and candles.A Lorentzen of Oslo Norway,for travel- and Mrs. John Flynn spent July 8-11
attend. memory table and board contained ing the farthest to the reunion. Steinarwas at Disney World. Bring Your Jessie '
The evening get-together started pictures articles annuals and a foreign exchange student during :
with social hour at the Starke Golf lived Mr. and Mrs. T.B. Harding Jr.,and
a newspaper clips from high school the class' senior year and
days. The stage was decorated with a with the L. H. Gibsons. He was sponsored family of Odenton Md.,spent the past On Down
& Come
with their Mr. and
10 days
parents.
reminiscent banner, football the Club!
Methodist' (ii utrll pro- by Rotary Mrs. Harding Sr., and Mr. and Mrs.
grams and streamers.The Certificates were also presented to
blessing was given before din- Part Starling Bunker of Middleburgfor J.T. Lawson. They also visited Disney

News ner by class member Emory Eunice. having the most children 4; Glin- World several days.
After the steak dinner a cake da Brown Powers of Longwood for OUR SPECIALITY
Friends of Jim Womack will
decorated with BHS Tornado and having the youngest child, 15 months; regretto
YOUTH NEWS his Mrs. Hattie
Class of '61 lettering was served. The Bales Green of Jacksonville, hear grandmother, '
Marty
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The Pray and Play Summer Program died in accident at her 160 02.
Hardison an %.
continues to meet each Wednesday cake was made by Bonnie Durban, the oldest child; Marty Bales Green home in Columbia Tenn. Sunday &
wife of classmate Ray Durban. for the most natural grandchildren;
evening at 8:15: This Mr. Womack flew home
will be meeting in the p.m.Youth Room group of Tombo Smith of Miami, class president John and Anne Miller for being married when morning.receiving the word and remained Frozen Daiquiri Pina Coloda
the welcome and thankedthe Diane First Ely
the gave the longest;
church July 29. The attendancefor for the funeral.Mr. .
this program has been over committee in charge of the reu- most recently married. At the end of S

whelming keep up the good work. nion. He also welcomed special guests the program the group sang the Alma and Mrs. John Ambrosecchiaand
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mr. Strict
Francis Mater. DRESS CODE i
Okay Senior High MYF'ers, Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ambrosecchia, Jr., :
and Mrs. Paul Hutchins, Mrs. Maxine of
_ is the During the latter part the even
big day "Tubing down theIchetucknee"
and sons of St.Louis Mo. were last
Gibson and Talmadge Mullis. ing music of the Fifties by tapes and
I Bring a lunch and Thursday overnight guests of Mr. and 19 years old :
records was furnished for, dancing
drink to picnic in the park. Departuretime Mrs. T.L.jsey, Jr., **
is set for 7 a.m. from the church .Starke' '/:7r': '"! tanrvisiting. -**,*n :.1
Country Each of the approximately 110 attending collar .
parking lot, don't be late. Club NewsCongratulations was given a booklet contain- Larry Dansby of Perry and Shirt: with f "
Fellowship continues to grow each daughter Rebeccah Dansby of ; .
information about each classmateas .
Sunday evening during the MYF to the new board of ing Alma Houston Texas were last Monday to I ".,:
well as the class officers No Flip-flops
meetings. Lots of plans are now being directors of the Starke Golf and Coun- Mater colors, flower, motto Wednesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. .
made for the new soon to begin.
year try Club who are: president Ralph nickname and a "sketch" of the R.O. Dansby.
Come and be
a part of this planning.
Bryan No Shorts
Youth Choir ; vice-president, Ben Moxley; "typical" 1961 grad as compiled from .
meets each
Wednesday secretary Sharon Coston; and information sent in by classmates.Did Merrill Edwards has been readmitted
evening at 7 p.m. Still room for more treasurer. Harry Gruen. Bobby to North Florida Regional
if you are interested. Bill McRae, our Autry Dwight Elder L.M. Gaines Hospital. His son and family Mr.and No Hats in Building
new choir director will find a special Paul Hutchins and Danny McKinney You Know. Mrs. Jerome Edwards of Naples will
place just for you. board members at large. be weekend visitors.
All Jr. MYF'ers will be leaving for Join the fun ladies Cecelia Terwillegar. represented
play tennis at 7 lit III *. **II l It00MONTH
Circus World July 30 at 7:30 a.m. If p.m. on Thursdays.A Bradford .' tlMwrnonthly'
you need more information call Mrs. golf group is being formed. Come meeting of .Ihe4St; jhf) ,'!Iiiver

John Dempsey. and play on Tuesday nights from 5 to Authority held at the'OectdeniSl fAinQ" I
7. ing Complex at White prings!'recent-. 4
Worship Service News ly. Luncheon and a tour was p' ovide .' ; i
Dr. Richard Odom will be of- Duplicate Bridge Results by Oxy which employs'!t,2eb hrtiFre'; I..
ficiating at the early morning worship
service ((8:30): July 26. The Youth Duplicate Bridge winners Tuesdaywere
Choir will be participating at both the : Linda Gafford and Barbara
Mrs. Robert; WU: M ilncr, Sr. of
Riddle
early and the 11 a.m. service. Snipes of Lake City; Charlie Wtchyr.
During the 11 a.m. worship servicenew and Jack Burnette of Lake City and Tallahassee spent the weekend with

members will be brought into the Ida Shaw and Cecelia Terwillegar.Jack Mr. and Mrs..M.ilner.; ,. Jr.
church with Rev. Warren Langer of Burnette is the new director and
ficiating. invites the public to play each Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. George Loper Jr., D
at 7:30: p.m. at the Recreation daughter, Anne and son, John return .1
Street. ed Sunday from two weeks visit with Fortune
Cana Schmidt has been hired as Center Pratt
their parents, George Sr in
Summer Youth Director and is doinga Loper, (', a 9101'
nursing home and Mr; and Mrs. Ben-
great job. Keep up the good work I'MTKIl PKNTKt'OSTAI.: (.IIL'IU jamin Lodeski in Brook Haven, Pa.
Cana. ::III)IN. Wuters.SlarkeRev. They also visited relatives in Ocean
.0. L.Wells,W -71 120 City, N.J.
Elks Club News THURSDAY: 6 p.m.. Men's prayer

Saturday night June 27, North meet. Mr. and Mrs. R.G. Paterson MONEY
FRIDAY:'7:30: p.m.. Freedom Day.
assisted their
daughter and family,
District Vice
President
Larry Henleyof
SUNDAY; 10 a.m.. Sunday School. Mr. 7rcERnFlwl
Tallahassee made his official visit and Mrs. Bill King and children of
7:30: Service.
Evangelistic
p.m.
Keystone Heights to mov to Spa
to the Gainesville Elks Lodge. Starke rIAA-
TUESDAY: 9:30: a.m.. Ladies Prayer
Elk members in attendance were: Meet. burg S.C. over the weekend.. 'V-, :'J. '

Exalted Ruler V.A. Nichols George WEDNESDAY: 7:30: p.m. Bible Jt': It
Mrs. F.J. Shaw Sa'tyrdayltoWednesday '
W. Brown, J.D. Doyle John Warren spent I'
Study. with, her son, Gene Shaw I L. 10 : .;.
Dorothy Cook Casper Brune, Mr. and .. .
Mrs. Bill Finucan and Mrs. and Mrs. get Come spiritually worship fed.the Lord with us and. in Orange Park. per,annum,: $ ;

George Dominiannl. ',-" $500 minimum. Now available for a limited time. \ "
The Elk Grand Lodge Conferencewas \ : )

held in Las Vegas Nev. July 12 CHRIST :" l
thru 16, with Exalter Ruler and Mrs. I .
V.A. Nichols and Mr. and Mrs. ". w
George Dominianni in attendance. LUTHERAN 121 8'% \

Monday night June 20, North CHURCH Effective .
District Vice President Larry Henleyof annual yield
Tallahassee made his official visitto Pabtorcienschmlege 4 3-2419 ;

the Starke Elk Lodge, bringing the .
message from the Florida State Elk '
President. Delegations of Elks and Church Service 10:30: am 6-MONTH MONEY

Elkettes from Tallahassee Madison
Perry Live Oak. Lake City, and IERnFlCATE.
Keystone Lion's ClubSundav 1
Gainesville lodges were served a .,
delicious Fried Chicken Dinner by the .
Stakre Elkettes. School and Bible school Resumed 9 am ", I

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from -Lr- Magician To Appear' I
"Jt:: SQCIALS Did You Know........... : "
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-ge. :.4\ At Library Tuesday #:., -

-'. t:1: Mr. and Mrs.Grady Overstreet and Come one, come all,. to see Marvo ,, ,<.

\ Did You Know..... ... daughter, Catrell were in Hartwell, the Amazing Magician at the Brad ,

\..... -..-,--. -............. ..' .. .. .. ..S.C..July 10-13 visiting; Mr. and Mrs. ford County Public Library. *People In Scotland end In Japan ones believed that tortolwshell cats could foretell ttorttn.
Larry Depew and in Asheville, N.C. .
Dr. and Mrs. Frank LaCamara and
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July 14. ----- -- -- --- ---
sons, Rick and Bob of St. Petersburg, on

were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.T.
Carver Thursday and Friday of last Mrs. Florence Langer of Cleveland, ',. .

week.'oufoftowri'giiesb.-!. ,. Ohio spent the weekend with her son pond to NOTICE OF REDEMPTION ,, ,
? > r and Rev. and Mrs. WarrenI ,
family
l& rabbit
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alfllw Moxley-) :'I Langer. You The Housing Finance Authority of \.

Melvin wedding on July 11 were: Mrs. .

B.L. Moxley of Midville. Ga.; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Sanderson ,
Mrs. Charles Burch of Athens Ga.; returned Saturday after four weeks in Bradford County, Florida .'

Mr. and Mrs. Olin Netherland and Fort Lauderdale where Mrs. Sander- Scouts,

Jan of Louisville Ga. Mr. and Mrs. 'underwent hip surgery. School : 1: Series.1980
; ,.son } Single Family Mortgage Revenue Bond, '
H.E. Campbell of Pinellas Park and -

Mrs. Arthur Sexton of Montgomery NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT pursuant to Section 3.01 of the Trust Indenture dated

Ala. Among those attending the funeral Be April I'', 19tO! $3,825,000 aggregate principal amount of bonds of the above Issue! will be redeemed
of County from moneys in the Special Redemption Account, on August 31. 1981 at 100%) of the principal
Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eggers visited Audrey Lennon Monday afternoonin at 10 amount thereof plus accrued Interest thereon to Autftist DI, 1981. The Bonds selected for redemption -

Floyd Settles in St. Vincent's Hospitalon Jacksonville were: Mrs. Orie Wig- Starke are listed below Each..bund la in the principal amount of $5,000.
Mrs. Frances Williams Mr. and
gins, For
Friday.Mr. Mrs. Jim Faulkner Mr. and Mrs. Edwin 8.OI-DuoAprll() ) 1,1982 8.00-DueAprll 1. 1983! 8.tHIf>-Due April 1, 1984

Williams Mrs. Muriel Packham, a :a a I 10 13: 14 IS 18 20 ,21 24 25
and Mrs. Harvey Edwards
spent Friday night and Satuday with Mrs. Mae Ritch, Mrs. Mattie Miley 8.OfIf>-Due April. 1085) 8.00, %-Due April 1, 1986 H.IHIf>-lJu8 April I I. 1987

their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harley Mr. ana 24 27 30 31 35 3( 41 43 44 46 47 49 51 52 56 87 58 60

and Mrs. Richard Dennis in Callahan.Mr. Mrs. Jessie Ritch, Mr. and Mrs. 8.MI-Du( April I. 1988 8.00Due April I. 1989) 8.1t1lf( >-Uue April I I. 1990

Emory PrevattJr., and Mr. and Mrs. 62 M (S 7C1 71 73 74 79 (i a2 u (4 as (a 90 92 94 100 103 107
93 98 101 104
and Mrs. D.N. Gerkins of Max. Willard Wynn.

ville were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. 8.50-Due April I I. 1901 8.50%- >ue April I. 1992 8.50-Due April I I. 1993! !

Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson after which Among those attending the recep- 111 1H 122 124 116 132 138 138 140 142 144 151 153 187 1(2 1(4 ISO
tion Sunday afternoon in Jacksonvillefor 112 120 123 12S 127 134 131 139: 141 143 150 152 155 161 1(3 1(5 lOT
they went visiting in Jasper.
Mr. and Mrs. Randolph H. Boreeon Herb's 8.5<)"-Due April I. 1'JiM 8.50%-Due April I. 1995 8.fI4l"-Iue April I. 1996

Mrs. Frank Mitchell visited her their 50th wedding anniversarywere 179 1(1 1(3 1S7 ISO 195 199 202 214 217 222 221 231 232 238 241 249 254 258
: Mrs. W.B. Mundy Mrs. Guy Mr. ICO 1(2 1(4 1(( 19 197 200 203 IIS 21( 225 22920S 233 239 242 250 258 263
mother Mrs. Nell Rogers in Thompson 218 221 23( 230 234 240 243 253 256
Sale, Mrs. A.J. Thomas, Sr., Mrs. Mr.
Ga. and sister' Mrs. Margaret Orie Wiggins, Paul Raymond, Mrs. spent H.7<>%-Due April, I!) Milford In Atlanta last week. 2(9 271 2T4 2(1 219 299 301 303 31* 321 329 335 342 343 348 354 3(8 374 384
,c. David Cottle and Mr. and Mrs. L.F. 2e7 212 279 2(2 290 2941 301 31( 322 330 339 344 349 357 389 376 385
Dinkins. Opera 2(9 273 2(0 2(4 294 299 313 317 323 333 340 345 350 358 371 377 367
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson and 314 319 324 334 341 346 352 384 373 3(1
children were vacationing in North
Georgia and Smoky Mountains last 9.125-Due April, 2
week. 3911 412 .21 441 481 41111 1501 1120 8311 1149 572 190 804 $10 835 882 8811
FEDERAL 400 413 430 449 4.8 489 801 1121 831 SII2 87:1: 591 80S 011 831 88. eec
401 4'4 433 ClIO 470 490 11011 1122 838 8111 57. S9a 808 1121 848 881 .51
_1 Winfred Hazen of Gainesville 402 418 .38 451 418 498 1108 1123 1140 8112 575 595 809 822 8111 1171 1181
_ visited Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Hazen on 403 411 437 4114 471 497 510 1IZ4 114. 11113 8711 899 81t S0 852 872 559
SHAKING! 407 419 443 41111 471 499 111t 1125 11.3 1185 580 800 8.2 827 855 873 U1
Saturday.Mr. c)8) 420 444 480 4110 110O 1115 1128 644 881 882 lOt $13 828 811. 8711 893
_I 400 422 446 481 482 80. 1511 130 8.5 1170 81115 102 $14 830 037 8112 891
of Starke 410 424 440 484 484 1102 8" 132 848 Bit 888 803 8115 834 85' 184 89.
The City City
and Mrs. Frank Mitchell and 10.50Due April, 21111

family were vacationing at Brandenton hold a meeting on Thursday
Beach 11. 750 1100 843 1115 934 .11 lOIS t08. tt02 1t44 1190 1231 1290 1357 .391 1450
July,- 75. 103 845 $50 .38 1171 1020 t080 1103 1148 1191 1232 1291 1359 1399 1451
5:00: p.m. in the 752 1104 S411 lee 1137 97. 1024 .083 1105 1147 ,92 1234 1292 t380 .400 1483
Friends of Brad Hamilton will 754 aol iso as, 113. 911 1025 .08. 1108 1140 1198 1235 .305 t381 1401 1455
75IJ lOll 851 89Z 114' 9112 lOll 10811 11011 11151 1197 fl37 13f1 1382 .404 1451
regret to hear he has been confined the City Hall for the 7.8 80. 1155 893 .44 11114 10:17: 1089 1109 1165 1191 fl4Z 13.3 1383 1405 1483
with the the two weeks. 757 11.0 .5. 195.... .85 1029 .078 1110 1180 120. fl43 13fT 13.4 .40. 1484
mumps past Federal Revenue 75. 1112 159 8.11"1 .88 1030 1078 1tt2 fl81 1Z02 fl4. 13te 1385 t4ft 1485
Sharing 780 1118 leG 901 949 991 1031 1019 ttt3 t1412 1203 fl47 1320 1388 1413 1488
Hall of Orlando visited his 7a1 $19 .82 903 961 .n 1031 .083 1114 fl83 1204 fl48 132. 1301 .420 .88
Stephen estimated amount of 782 821 544 90. 952 .98 1033' 1084 IllS fl85 1208 fl51 1325 1389 1422 1471
parents Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hall in $ 784 823 SOS .to 953 .97 1035 1085 1t.7 .85 1207 .252 1328 1373 1424 t.75
Theressa and Mr. and Mrs. R.O. 71. 825 5415 elI .54 .98 1031 .088 1f1. fl88 120 1253 1330 1375 142. 1.78
$111,351. All citizens are 710 821 .e1 .t3 1155 100t 1038 lOSS .22 lIla 1209 1257 1332 .381 1429 t.77
Dansby the first of the wet-k. 774 821 .ea .t' 1181 1002 1043 1090 1f15 IfT1 1210 .282 1335 1382 1434 14111
171 .29 170 81. 984 1003 1044 09' 1121 .1711 nl1 fl83 t33. .383 1431 1480
their opinion or request on 71. 830 172 .20 985 1005 1048 1092 t130 ,79 1214 1288 1337 1385 1439 t482
Mr. and Mrs. John Crews and Mrs. 712 131 .13 .2. 988 100' 1047 1093 1131 1180 1211 fl71 1340 13111 1440 t484
Bill Templin toured the British ship in 714 132 174 .23 1187 100. 1048 1094 1133 1181 1219 .272 1341 .390 .42 1488
is to be allocated. The 7.5 .33 875 .24 989 1010 1049 1098 tl3. 1183 1220 1275 1343 .392 14.3 t.11
the Jacksonville harbor on Sunday.Mr. 7.7 .35 87. .21 1170 lOll 1050 1091 t138 t118 1221 1211 13111 1393 1444
Federal 788 .37 87. .21 111a 1014. 1051 10911 1139 1187 1225 1283 1353 1394 t445
Revenue Sharing $ 7to 838 880 .30 .14 10.5 t087 1100 1141 11111 1228 1287 t354 1395 t448
and Mrs. Herb Thomas and 714 14t 183 1133 175 10'8 1058 1t01 1142 ttll9 t230 1281 13118 1391 1449
granddaughter Michele McNeely the Fiscal Year 1981-82.
spent last Monday to Thursday at () ( selected for redemption should be submitted for payment to CKNTHAL PLAZA BANK
Crescent Beach visiting Mr. and Mrs. TRUST COMPANY. P.O. BOX 404:1.: ST. 1'ETKRSBURG.; FI.OKIDA :J37U: : (the Paying Agent
ull unmatured coupons attached. From and utter AiiKiist il, 1H1. interest on the Honda to
Michele left Saturday
Arthur Nichols.
l>t) redeemed! will cease to accrue.
for Anacoco, La., to spend a week
with her other grandparents, Mr. and BRADFORD COUNTY HOUSING FINANCE AUTHORITY.
Mrs. J.W. McNeely before returningto Merrill Edwards Uu: KUHtlDA NATIONAL BANK 7>'iMrV, <' '

her home in Lakeland. >ated 1SW1 '
21.
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I. Chari. School* dress Is, SANDRA under the provltions off FIRST PUBLICATION I NOT SO Fll- Neighbors Deceased. .1'.1'I & StationaryBRADFORD

I Moyer-Corr.mistioner o'I CRAVEN, 1224 N.o'ore.aldlla'u'*. THIS NOTICE. to file ) WILL BE FOREVER ATTORNEY FOR PER

I the City of Stark.,, Thompson St.. Stark. Dated this 16th day of objections they Associate'v) SONAL REPRESEN. PRINTERS

Florida by virtu of th<> Florida 32091 and file the July. A.D. 1981 In Brad. have that challenges lh of the first TATIVE: George H.

Authority vested to m
by law. do h.r.by call c i the above styled court on 8/6. will 'the qualifications I of Admlnl.troIOJO. Starke Florida

First Primary Election tc> or before, August 11, the personal ... : July 16, 1981. 32091. Telephone ((904))
b. h.ld at the City Hall., 1981 otherwise' a judgI IN THE CIRCUIT COURT tatlve, or the venue Horrell As Per 9645701. Roberts

in the foreaSId. City bl< mnt may b. entered FOR BRADFORD COUN jurisdiction of the Representative 7/16 2tchg 7/23.

qualified voter on Tuesday against you for the relief TV. FLORIDA. PROBATE ALL Estate of Geneva H. 'BIlIJil
September 8. 1981 demanded In the complaint DIVISION Cote No. DEMANDS. AND OBJE.TIONS H.Y21 Real Estate

A.D., for th. purpose o)I or petition. 81-B2.CP. File No. NOT SO ii-'r--i I '

electing the following. of. WITNESS my hand and 13330. WILL BE FOREVER !
fleers: the seal of this Court on In re: Estate of FLOYD RED 964-7828 986'NT' bIe

June :29 1981. GARRETT AMBROSE. Date, of the I You Know...........
CITY CLERKFor Tw,> Gilbert S. Brown As Deceased. publication of this
NOTICE OF .. ... .,.,
years Clerk of the Court By: of Administration: I ,. 'oIl ltOJ.c; $E _
POLICE CHIEFFo r B.ulah M. Moody. as ADMINISTRATIONTO 16, 1981, :fc '"
.
know W tS1-.r
you cloislllod odi
Sycvoyt have thawn thai It It not I
Deputy Clerk.
Two Yean Paul L. Hawkins, ..... the 'lorg.t unusual for 'local' WeekeVrdnmd E' '
ALL PERSONS HAyING o wet-lily pop.r.o .ttftf I
I ONE COMMISSIONER 7/2 4ipd 7/23. Personal' ... distribution, of ony n.po_ slay In the household tor 4 to 7 days.
I -Group 2 Fo r ... ,, CLAIMS OR of the Estate o* I Srodford. Union end Iho' This provides our _.""a,. on opportunity Richard Roberts 64-5595 Ann C I 9$4-S$St
Two Yart. IN THE CIRCUIT DEMANDS AGAINST THE Garrett port al Cloy Counlyf Thor't rlflhl to have. their' ed work 'lor Patsy SllcoM. 944-4S79' Norman H I 44-S9 4
ONE COMMIS. COURT. EIGHTH ABOVE ESTATE AND ALL Deceased. ,. over 9 000 po,... we.li. them tar a much longor period' of lima JohnR.Swtth-944-.2l7 Linda W. I 44-4097
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1000 oppronlmaloly' 1.8OO ... .
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF OTHER PERSONS IN. How. the really OHCltlng part'
SIONER Group 4 Fo r ATTORNEY FOR mailed. directly. h Individual about '
advarlltlng In Iho rodtord
TERESTED IN THE ESTATE:
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR .
Years. ..
Two SONAL thrower lubtcrlptlan' County 7.'. ...ph. Union County Times
BRADFORD COUNTY. YOU ARE HEREBY TATIVE: Fred C. _, thai su, ctaiiltled$ ode are and The Lake Region Monitor ,Is thai.
Inspectors for sai i FLORIDA. NOTIFIED that the administration P.O. BaM 608. ... i buyi. Th...ere..,....,reaiont you have throe different rsodorthlp HOMES ,. .

eleclion: Ca,. No. 81301CA. ol theestate water Florida .....make this comment. For. ... 0'_., INVESTMENtSBUSINESS'PROPERTY
of FLOYD GAR. The people' 'In each
roadorthlp area
Irma Buford Anni P. In Re: The Marriage of .
RETT AMBROSE. deceas Telephone ( ) well map have e cIa." "... od are always eager fo find o bo'.lo.'hol I
Holton. Barbara Valin. BESSIE LEE MILLS Wife, 983.9565. reader'In Worlhlngton Spring' I Is why your no 'longer noedod
ski. Etna Schaffer MarbWhittle. Ella Ma Chas. MACON MILLS Huti 81.82.CP. Is pending in .. !'t InftroBlod In. Thut Suyor our .bargain' hunting readers. So don ACREAGE, ,
bond. the Circuit Court 'or'' Seller and e transaction occur take ,those unwanted II..... to the \
Blalock. Grace
tain, Faye IN THE CIRCUIT aStor MOBILE
Bradford a v/eekly popor with dump odvertlto them HOMES LOTS
Beol Kay Carter, Rub), NOTICEOF Florida. Probate County Division FOR BRADFORD COUNTY .. porn plut' local_...... To run a clastllled In Ihe Irodford .-
Howell. ACTIONTO prevleet our readers an _
FLORIDA. op- County Telegraph.' call Sylvia otM4 _
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Alternates: : MACON MILLS ADDRESS the address of ,:' to shop. far ....'fIIIln.. while .0309. <* p- .
G.org. HugginsHaven UNKNOWN.YOU which Is, P.O. Drawer B.Slark. DIVISION. Case No up with booS ...en... | I'' ,
8156CP.1
ARE HEREBY ., Florida 32091. ERA
Swink. The In re: Estate ''Y .
In testimony whereofI ,, NOTIFIED that on action personal repr.sen.tative GENEVA H. Classified
of the ,Is
estate
for Dissolution of mar- I FAULKNERRERLTY
I hereunto subscribe my P
.
NEIGHBORS.
ha. been filed and Paul L. Hawkins, whose I Ads
name and cause of fhi i rlage .d. ,
address Is 2009
. bi are required to Capri
Seal of the town to i you NOTICE OFADMINISTRATION
Road Volrico. Florida I
hereunto affixed this th,i serve a copy of your Results
_ 30th day of Jun.. 1981 written defenses. If any 33594. The name and address .

A.O. to II, on the petitionersattorney. of the p.r.onalr.pr..n'atlv. ._ n A-::)"' '' I 364-5065 i J'J.i1
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attorney
whose
-- Charles Scfiaefer.MayorCummissioner. name Estate GONE FISHINGi Sampson .
forth
and address i Is J.J. are set
lake lot with on assumable
ATTEST Merrill Ed. WOLBERT, JR.. P.O. BOX below: '
- wards. City CI.rk.Qualfylng 1086. Starke. Florida All persons having AVi. 9 mortgage at 8 pet. Interest. 221 Lafayette Across 'from Wishbone
$14,900.BESSCNT .
claims demands
time for the 32091, on or beforeAugust or Office Space For Rent
L 13. 1981r.ortdfile against the estate are
abov. offices opens July ,
-I 7, 1991 and closes al 12 the original' with the- :'required. WITHIN THREE IH: ROAD MIMOSA OFFICI HOURS.
noon. July 21. 1981. clerk of this cdUrt either; MONTHS FROM THE BAR-B-Q DftlVli Beautiful building Monday Friday 4 Saturday.3

1-1 4tchg 7 23. .before service on petl-i; ."DATE OF THE FIRST .'' "I' LISTINGS lots S to choose from,
-. tioner's attorney or. Im- PUBLICATION OF THIS Phone $4,300 each. REDUCED-Home plus mmoblle! home hook-up and eVt

IN THE CIRCUIT mediately' thereafter: NOTICE. to file" with the 393 N. acres. Now only J44.500. .- .

COURT. EIGHTH otherwise a judgment: clerk of the above courta SATURDAY 9-13 KEEP COOL IN THIS POOLl

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF will be entered for the written statement of I Acre Attractive 3 bedroom. :2 MAKI OFFER on established Income producing property.

FLORIDA. IN AND FOR relief demanded In 'the any claim or demand $100.00 appointment bath' home In the country. Pullet Farm listed at $179f 00."'
they may have, Each I
COUNTY
BRADFORD petition. $35.29 This crowd pleoser comes
claim be In ,
FLORIDA. WITNESS my hand and must writing U.S. 301 with a pool, central heat ALMOST NEW 2 BR.home with 4: 1/4 acres lawtey area.so .
and must Indicate the .
Case No. 81.29ICA. 'the seal of this Court on
II ; ft. Inc. with II and air. fireplace,
basis for the claim. the oc. apt. .2
In Re: The Marriage of July 10. 1901.Gilbert ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE ACRES beautiful pasture. fenced and cross-fenced. 30
name and addresi of the B.Room, 2 440 ft. on 341
S. As
Petitioner Brown.
SANDRA CRAVEN. and trees 3 BR I 3/4 bath. Terms. Secluded
much
/Wife Clerk of the Court. By: creditor or his agent or all I ( ) more. 52000. pecan ', area.
$145.000.
and Marion McRae, as Deputy attorney and the furn. on I fireplace. 127,900
Clerk. amount claimed. If the I LAKE BROOKLYN On. '
RAYMOND ASHLEY 7/16 4cha. 06.NOTICE. claim I. not yet due. the 1 Ac., mini condition. Has acre more or less on this THREE BUILDINGS IN DOWNTOWN, AREA TO CHOOSE
CRAVEN. date when It will become Crosby heat/elr almost clear sand bottom 'lake. FROM. TERMS AVAILABLE. .
Husband
Respondent/ OF due shall be staled. II let -.. S4S.OOO. Excellent view. $27.000

NOTICEOF ACTIONTO INTENTIONTO the claim I.contingent' or 3 BR ; front parch BESSENT .tOAD-Several. )nice building'I....
REGISTER unliquidated the nature BRICK AND QUALITY 3 '
separate
CRAVEN: RAYMOND ASHLEY who. FICTITIOUS of: theiinc.rtointy shall rent, to Church-M.OOO. bedrooms. 2 baths,,central 22 1/2 ACRES b.autifu'tiudiith:] 3 1It,2, BA stucco

residence I. unknown. NAME be stated., the,claim I I. payments. heat/air. 1,325 sq. ft. ot SPANISH DESIGN hdmo.. Must see to appreciate.

YOU ARE HEREBY secured, the' security,;, living space fenced backyard ". I. ,'i, 4. -

NOTIFIED that an action. 863.09 Pursuant Florida to Statutes.notice' Section. shall bedescribed." shall deliver. Theclaimant" 7/10 ac. ( 'Of'th. kid. $3,500.BICINNIRS LAWTIY ARIAocres. ,,'"
for Dissolution of marriage 1000. term. '
has been filed the)I. hereby giventhat cloirVpto'sufficient' copies tlerV"of the' ONLY Two MOBIL HOME wlffi I ene/ocire),and bullt-on. II2.SOO.
und.rsign.d.HICICASAW the' to '
against you In the Circuit METALS. enable the clerk to mail 1.45 ac. FOR All.YOUR REAL bedroom block home

Court... ofth. IJgbJ NQr.'II" 'Cor l*'rie*.etty WeachVper.tonal / Flee Mkt., huge great room nice lot, Apartments. For"Rent' ." "

Ju..u. < 1 .2& and,IttJ' 1 4t. ...n.rlL. representative.' will DAY 01 NIGHT II $33,300.. .,> 'p If1 ro.1. .....--'.rr''." .

Slate' of Florida In sole owner doing All parsons fnfortsted, : i Terry'A.Catnes.7e239elKey :/ ''l.] .b "p ;... I.; t 1 :' :' I
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you name COMMUNITY cofly" this Notice of Ad- Vernle ,.',.-, tlleen Stenley_471-9049 ,, .,
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written defenses, if anyto I. Andrews St., Starke, ore required. I... Kelly. a4-74$4 Lucille SpryBROKIRlALISMAN-
It. on the petition* I FL, Intends to register 'WITHIN THREE MONTHS '44-S11 Canter of U.. 'WIS.uth Alison Croudons-SAlESMAN-944-EIBB
who. name and ad- end Idwerds Heed. Sendre W. ReddIsh REAlTOR-ASSOCIATE-431.1203
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NAPA Takes Fourth PlaceRainsogged
+ 4 ly' t'M' fays

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S 7 balls and a 292-foot nerup, along with American The Lake Butler league team gave
ar44. y fence kept Green Machine from los- Amicable of Crestview present two of Senne all the trouble it wanted,
ing many balls but the Hillandale the biggest roadblocks in the path of a leading 11-9 into the last. NAPA
Farms-sponsored power did find whatit state championship for Machine. The Coach Steve Nipper said two
wanted-- the District title in Ocala top two state finishers move on to debatable calls were critical to the
a t last weekend, a first step in its questto Region, in Bradenton, August 1415. outcome. First on a sacrifice fly
I._ reach the ASA World men's Softball where a runner was thrown out at
.. tournament. NAPA was led for the weekend by third NAPA argued that the baserun-
% / I Machine went through undefeated, Rodney Holton and Harold Esford, ner at third had lagged down the line
I.\\ thumping a weak Dumal Park outfit both going io-for-16 for .645 averages not crossing the play until the out was
4r [r r 30-0 and then getting by Granville Timmy Whiteahead smacked two made. "The umpires said they didn't
Market 13-8 and runnerup Senne homers against Trotter and Dick see him cross the plate before the out
Lumber 18-13 and 17-15 to take first Wheeler added a third. but they gave 'em the run."

..... .. place. Machine and Senne advance to
'" ",/ / () ,.Pf ly? t the State tourney set for July 31
M. t.. .....1- ,, rS fj Open .
August 2 in West Palm Beach. UCI Scholarship Tourney m
Starke's Dixie Major Representatives NAPA of Lake Butler, the other
Representing Starke In the Dixie 4 local entry, split four games to miss Opens in Raiford Friday
baseball Major league all star Akridge Stephen Jones Scott Anders, Ron Brown Jimmy qualifying but not by much, with
tournament Is this team. They are, kneeling lento Wilson Coach Jerry Wilson. Gary Wise, Brian ,. fourth place in the seven-teamer. -
right: Tom Watson. Alonzo Williams Brad Green Chuck Hal Wood Coach Warren Carver, Stacey Whitehead;. NAPA dumped Crystal River's Trot Another men's Softball tourney to raise money for prison employee's training
Coburn. Stacey Bowen and Chris Cribbs. Robert Starling.Whitehead's '. costs will be held this weekend in Raiford, this time for the UCI scholarship
ter Realty 11-5 before losing a heart-
Standing left to right. Robbie fund.
M Rae, Coach Edward
breaker to Senne 12-11: A 7-1 win overlIacclenny's
I Crackers got NAPA to Only five teams were entered as of Tuesday morning but tourney director.
; Rita Rogers said entries will be accepted through Friday
the round of four but' base-hitting
The Misfits of Starke Poor Lake Shore Radiator and Fernando's of
Boys,
Granville shut them down to the tune
3 Starke Lake City, and Smoke House Quail Farm of Chiefland are in.
HRs Power of 9-3 to nab third.
Richard Mumaww and Randall Games start Friday night at 7 p.m., continue all day Saturday, and pick back
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: up p.m. Rogers
McGee both hit over .600 to lead
'' >; Green Machine, which had to go the Chicken dinners will be sold at the ballpark,along with the regular line of con-
base hit route most of the weekend. cessions.
Past Keystone. All Stars 8-5 : Those two plus Ken Carlton and Ray
Fleetwood, led in the power depart- Dominos Bid for District's
., ment though none hit over five out. Open

Brian Whitehead did it all Tuesday ,Starke into a 6:15 loser's bracket third homer to make it 7-5 and pinch season Slugger acquisition Fred Winston from a Jerry's mid- Friday Night in Crystal RiverStarke's

night clouting three home runs in 'game Thursday. The tourney .con-, hitter Robert Wilson walked, stole se: Catering, was ruled ineligibleafter an
three at bats and going the distanceon tinues through the weekend with the cond and came home on an RBI appeal by Senne Lumber, on the Dominos take their credits as local league champs and Sub-District
the mound to boot as Starke's Dixie winner advancing to the State championships single by Cribbs for the locals' final grounds that he played metro league winners to Crystal River this weekend to shoot for a class "B" Women's
Major 11-12)) All Stars opened their tally, : ball in Miami. So Winston's bat was District Softball title.A .
t bid for a District title with an 8-5 win Whitead had four RBIs with his unavailable last weekend but spokesperson for the Citrus County Recreation Department said the
over Keystone Heights.The three homers, smashing a solo shot in Wood was 2-for-3, while Cribbs; Machine has hopes to get the power- Dominos play'Friday night at 8:15: against Ray's Meats of Titusville and listed
victory moved Starke into a the second to tie the ballgame at one, Anders, and Stacey Green each hitter back for State and Region. the other teams entered as: Raiders of Holly Hill, King B of Dunnellon, Allenettes -
winner's bracket game scheduled for, lifting a two-run blast with Scotty delivered a hit as Starke managed; Machine Coach Ronnie Thomas of Ocala, BJ Bunnies of Kissimmee, American Legion, and Yarborough.
Wednesday July 22, at Orange Park's Anders aboard to make it 4-1 in the eight base raps against Keystone's,' said the Pensacola Raiders, defending plus local Sub-District runnerup Lorelei of Gainesville.The .
Omega Field. If Starke was victorious third and then pounding another solo Dwin Horne Green doubled' state champ and Region run- District champ and runnerup move on to the State "B" tournament.
there they would move into the win- HR in the fifth to put Starke back in
ner's bracket finals set for. tonight, front 6-5 after Keystone had forced ,- .-
Thursday, July 23, at 8:30 p.m. A loss ahead with a four-run rally in the bottom --
in Wednesday's game would put of the third. On the mound he
allowed seven hits while striking out


G'ville Tire 1st; eight.First baseman Hal Wood followed' !

Hayes 1-2 in "B" up Whitehead's second-inning'homer' 'SpendaYdl
with one of his own to put the local All
Two Gainesville clubsGainesville Stars up 2-1 in the second inning

.. Tire and Ten-Plus' Too. finished one before Whitehead notched his,secpnd
B. SuIJDiatciot' "-four-Bagger to up the Count to 4-1.: l3itv
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side out in order in the last, and
-. Hogtown Rollers Friday night before .
Starke came back to win. .,'
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the time they built their home.

13Vt > sata tI, p S What's a Watt-Wise package? It's a combination of

2 yNa ; a'b fr features that meet FPL's energy-saving standards and can

"f'' '. ', ? b be easily included in the construction of a new home.

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,r ; a microwave oven, and thermally efficient windows and

,z ;,(f doors,with glass areas planned to minimize heat build-up.

:;._ L' "Today, there are many ways to save on electricity

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"All-Trophy" TourneySet Call the Rogers at 431-1599 o-Poor ? t Kinesley Lake :to 5'Ui'I'

for Lake Butler Boys store 431-9603 If interested. :
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Ronnie Thomas and Gary Robinsonof UnionBrookerPop Kingsley Lake Baptist saw its time out as ;J.:,t. Pains Catholic*
Starke are hooking up on a venture Warner ; season end In District's last week as Leesburg,drilled Kingsley:JUakft:IM
they're calling The 1st Annual Grand ) ,an5 the local church league championslost in the fourth place game, f, i.' rye/IIJ
All-Trophy Softball Tournament to be Signups OpenRegistration i a one-run game with runnerup 1st Tabernacle of Palatka'.wentWIjM;
held in Lake Butler August 7-9 for the Union County Baptist of Merritt bland in the bottom beat 1st Baptist for the championship) *
The plan Is, Just likes the name implies Pop Warner Bengals which include of the seventh and took fifth placein with both those teams earning tho
to pass out, trophies galore. players from Brooker, will begin the tourney held in Cocoa. right to advance to State, July n -
Robinson said plans are to pass out Monday, August 10 during normal Kingsley topped Cathedral of St. August 2, in Ft L'auderdaJe.Cathedral .
the conventional trophies for teams business hours at the Lake Butler City Augustine 13-11 in their opener to of St.Augustine c m 8 bacK!
and individuals and MVP and home Hall and the Brooker City Hall and move on to the game with 1st Baptist from its opening loss to Kingsley
run champ, plus awards for an all- will continue through Friday, August and KLB just missed knocking off the nab third. Local Sub-District'winne*
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tournament team and maybe more, 14. r tourney host, falling 1514. In the bottom Wesley Methodist of Gainesville was
and for the first place team to get its of the seventh the Starke club had the first team eliminated Crawford
entry fee back. "We really want to put On Saturday August 15, registration the bases loaded after an intentionalpass said.
on a nice one," he said. will be held at the Lake Butler CI- and almost cashed in when Mike Asked about leading hitters. foe
It'll be a bit different. Robinson saida ty Hall and the Brooker Community McRae cracked a shot up the middle. Kingsley Crawford answered: Terry,
$1 charge at the gate will be levied, Center from noon to 5 p.m. % But Coach Dennis Crawford said the Hardee hit the ball real well... Roger
giving the spectator a pass to the one those Merritt Island team's shortstop Bennett, especially In ,the first
All and cheerleaders,
night and two days of Softball plus a players "made a fantastic play"on the ball to game... Billy McRae, Dwayn;
that have before and new ones,
program, which he said will contain played save the game for his team. Hardee, Leroy Ennis., we all Ml the
must Returners need not bring Dixie Youth Association out trophic one to '
information about the tourney plus register. Lawtey's passed "We were kinda down after that," ball pretty good, Just at the:,wrong
birth certificate but all new who the associations Dixie Major Minor, and Boys '
a participated on
advertisment from local businesses. every player Crawford said,and!it showed. _the next time.: We left some people on'base"s;
players and cheerleaders must to teams aa well as the Tbailerssome 110 In all.
Hopes are for 24 strong men'steams establish eligibility. Boys and girls Those pictured above received special Dixie Youth award, either as MVP or ; _. /?i
not ASA, but a 13-man roster .-. ... -:
must be 7 years old as of August 1, Sportsmanship winner on their teams. They are front row from left to right ..
will have to be turned in. Cost is $35
1981 and must not have been born Timmy Seeley (Blue MVP). Anthony Darmenia . Mark Shuford
two balls Robinson said. If interested

plus
call Thomas at 964-6246 or before Jan. I, 1967. No player can (Rangers Sportsmanship). Wayne Prevail (Suns MVP and home run champ), BACK TO SCHOOL :
Robinson, 964-8372. Entry deadline is weigh over 136 pounds at registration.Four and Kevin Wise (Suns Sportsmanship); top row, Gerald Brown (Dixie Boys
teams are planned: Midget- Sportsmanship), Kim Gowen (Gold MVP). John Berry (Gold Sportsmanship). ,
!Friday, July 31. ages 11-14 not over 130 pounds. Pee Jeffery McClellan (Blue Sportsmanship), and Sam Norman (Dixie Boys MVP). bargains on clothing I
Weeages 9-11 not over 100 pounds. "Everybody can't be a winner so we do this so all the all the kids who par : ,
Rec. Department Jurnior Pee Weeages 8-10, not over ticipate can have something to take home and I think It's-worth It." said Ed ,. at }
85 pounds. And Mitey Miteages 7-9 Crews of the l.awtey Association about the giving of trophies to all participants. la
Provides
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15 children from the Starke over pounds.Reglstratln( fee is $25 per player ........... ncors.:1

Rec. Department's summer programput and $10 per cheerleader.For .
on a singing performance for the
ENCORE CONSIGNMENT SHOP
Starke Home last week. further information call Jerry
Nursing
Included in the melodies were "It'sa Whitehead, 4962915.Corrections Stottler Stagg Unleashes Power 321 N. Temple Ave. Open Mon.-Sat. 95tort

Small World","I'd like to Teach the
World Sing", "Sing",and"You Are

My Heart"Sunshme'VOpen. Up Your Football ScheduleLast on To Take Men's "A"District TitleTo

Also children in the program took a listed
month incorrectly
field trip to Olena State Park Friday, we
July 10, with a ranger leading the the final two games on next Fall's JV say Stottler Stagg hit the ball District to the State "A" tourney, I 1 1I'
Nov. 9 at Mac-
group through nature trails before football schedule as hard at last weekend's Men's "A" which will be held July 31-August 2 in '
they cooled off with a swim in the clenny and Nov 15 at Clay High. District Softball tourney would be put- Ft. Lauderdale. Coastal 7- J -
Those will be played October j
river.In games ting it mildly. The Cocoa-based team came back to eliminate Car ;,
archery competition last week 29 (Macclenny; ) and Nov. 5 (Clay). crushed the ball never scoring less Lot 21-6, W.W. Gay 18-17 (despite a '

team 1 topped team 2 1525 points to Pop Warner than 24 runs in their four outings: 3-HR game by Johnny Godbolt), the !|i&iv$:''iB4; llp) > '
Pirates 10-2, and Drews 7-4, before '
1450 with the winning team members That power display won the District v< '
being: Sean Bridges, Chris Snow, Registration On championship for Stottler in the finally running into the Stagg mmr w m

Eric Rothfeldt, and J.J Hall. Two more registrations for the tourney held at Lake Butler. steamroller.After its close' loss to Stottler Stagg :: Ma bfttr'4f: o iauali I ;

Bradford Cowboys Pop Warner foot The closest game the winners had Waters losts its momentummanag-
Raiford Plans ball teams have been set for the next was an opening-round 28-22 slugfestwin ing to squeeze by Cannon-Treweek 5-4
two Saturdays, July 25 and August 1. over Starke's Waters Bulldozing but being drilled by Drews 237.
Winter SoftballPlans Signups will be held at the Bradford & Excavating. After that Stottl4l'went In its final weekend of the season
are being laid by Wilbur and Square Shopping Plaza in front of on to bash Palatka's Pirates the Starke club had five batters at or Longchamp Homes
Rita Rogers for a one-nite-a-week TG&Y from 10( a.m. to 3 p.m. 27-1, Deland's Black Hawks 27.3, and above the .500 levelDonald Wheeler '
winter men's Softball league in Age groups are Mitey Mite 7-9 year runnerup Coastal Fence of Ocala 24-9. .545, Larry Mercer .538,Tommy Wise .' ? ; : : .'' :,; -> tf&'i':;! >*V'li"-'
Raiford to run four months, October olds; Jr. Pee Wee 8-10; Pee Wee !9-11; Eddie Sirmones, Busse, and Speed of .500, Randall Thomas .500, and Gene
through January. Jr. Midget 10-12; and Midget 11.13. Stottler cranked out 8 homers apiece Melvin 500. Wheeler led in homers
Rita said the league "will be very Weight is also a factor in placing while Walt McTheney and Eddie Sipe with 4 and in runs with 6 while Wise
flexible" with open rosters, no youngsters on the Cowboy teams. added 5 as the winners clouted 40 circuit had a pair of doubles and 4 runs,
trophies, and admission paying only Also, a car wash will be held Saturday shots over the Lake Butler-Union Thomas had a HR and 2 doubles
bill. for 6 to B July 25, from 8 a.m. to 5:30: ( p.m. Rec. fences.
for the light Hopes are All County Complex Mercer had a homer and scored 5
teams and Rita said full teams can at the Community State Bank. Coastal Fence struggled back froman times, and both Brian Johns and
sign up but individual players can proceeds from the car wash, which: opening-game, 18-19 defeat at the Ricky: Bennett (who Just missed .500
also enter and possibly be placed on a will be given by Lawtey Unlimited, hands; of thq! Black Hawks; ", to claim, with! a .455 mark) both ,clouted
bal .club., ",., ." will, go<< to the.Pop. Warner Association. second t; .! ,.PtM4h@Rt) e ,spAlh 9t4 .th. tq thomersiwice. ..!fc' k.:o'r ..
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Includes 4,;Roadruimers, Top 2 State Finishers'


Four members of the local JY/A
Roadrunner Club 6 p.m. and Griffis' 800m run is set for
qualified for this '
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weekend's Sunshine State Games
finals in track and field through a And Make a Quick ExitStarke's
llghtly-partlclpated-in District HI 3 to CompeteIn ,r i tt
meet held at 1
FJC-North campus Fri- WrestlingThree 0r
day July 10.
from Bradford qualified for Jr. Stars got the worst of Second-place Pasadena Lakes
Sprinter Pam Hawkins easily won the Sunshine State Games wrestling all possible draws playing the disposed of the Jr. Stars 6-1 as their
her age group's 100 meters ((12.6) 200 tournament to be held Saturday and champions and runnerups and high-arcing pitcher limited the Starke
(26.0),and long jump(16-2)) to qualify Sunday,July 25-26, at Florida Gym on finished 0-2 and in last place in the boys to just five hits.
in three events for the 'state's Florida State Championships for 13-15
t'minl-olyinpics", the track and field Michael McDuffie and Billy Greenof year old Softball teams in Jensen PL which had lost to Satellite 4-2 in
portion of which will be held Satur BHS will wrestle in the Scholastic Beach last weekend. the first round before storming back
day, July 25 at Percy Beard Track on Division with former Tornado Martin Downs of Jensen Beach, the with five straight wins to reach the
the University of Florida campus. wrestler Danny Nugent competing In unbeaten winners of the 9-team finals, tallied 2 scores in the first and
the Seniors class. a"r tourney, got a big scare from Starke 2 more in the fourth. The Jr. Stars
Also
qualifying were Carrie before winning 10-5 in extra innings in who had threatened in the first when
Coburn, who won her group's 400 Other a rain-delayed game Saturday morn- Johns and Schoening singled but were
meters (70.2); Linda DeWitt,who was Events: u Ski as//. ing while Pasadena Lakes, which stranded, made another bid in the
second in the girls 5000 meters Other Sunshine State Games events came back from an opening loss to fourth to no avail. Shane Johnson
((22:45.7); Tyffany Griffis,who was slated for this weekend are: Friday, finish second, eliminated the Stars singled past first and Johns took his
runnerup in the girls 800 ((2:53.6): ; and July 24diving, fencing, racquetball, with a 6-1 win Saturday. place on first with a fielder's choice.
Andrew Moon, who took second in the tennis, water polo and then the Open- Winner Martin Downs qualifies for Schoening then burned the right-
boys shot put (27-9) to win a,spot in ing Ceremony in Gainesville, and Nationals set for August 13-16 in center fielder for a triple but Johns
the games. roller skating in Orange Park. Satur- Binghamton, New York. had to slow to nearly a stop in a near-
fIn the meet Saturday which follows day.July Down 5-1 against Martin Downs the collision with the Lakes third
Friday evening's'openlning 25high power rifle shooting on Jr. Stars knotted the score against the baseman and was then out by a step-
ceremonies, Coburn will have 400m the Hutcheson Range at Camp Elan- favored host team with last-inning and-a-half at the plate.
trials at 10 a.m.,and Hawkins trials in ding, and boxing, diving, fencing, heroics provided by pitcher Jimmy The winners pumped the lead up to
the 100 at 10:20: and 200 at 11:00.: The gymnastics, racquetball, synchronized Schoening. With one out Shane 6-1 with three more hits and two runs

long jump for Hawkins starts at 1 swimming, tennis, and water polo .. ." .. -'-' ,- Johnson singled and Randy Alvarez in the fifth before Schoening handleda
p.m. and shot put for Moon at 2:00.: in Gainesville. -! reached on a grounder but a flyout put liner on the mound and threw to
Finals in the 100m will be at 2:30: Sunday, -July 26- same events as Schoening Follows Through the Jensen Beach team one out away Johns for a DP.
400m at 3:00: and 200m at 3:45.: Saturday except for track and field, from victory. Kevin Johnson kept In the last Kenny DeWitt walked
DeWitt's 5000m final is scheduled for plus cycling in Gainesville. Lakes Junior In the Stars state pitcher 13-15 Jimmy'Schoening old delivers a pitch against Pasadena Starke alive with a single to left that with one out and Tommy Crosby
year tourney. loaded the bases and Schoening then delivered a two-out hit to leftcenterbut
popped an inside-the-park homer over after the ball was misthrown into
the rightfielder's head that brought the infield DeWitt was waved to third

I Rascals, Zonkers Stay- in League- LeadThe Clay Electric home into all extra four innings.to tie the game and sendit and ended thrown the game.out on a close play that

0-2 in District'sThey Martin Downs came back to explode For the two games Johns was a
Rascals ((6-1) andZonkers ((5-2) Zonkers 33. Crackers 24 Scoring 5 runs for the winners were for 5 more runs of its own in the sparkling{ 5-for-7, Scheming 3-7 with
stayed neck-and-neck with victories The Zonkers were nearly perfect offensively Steven Lewis and Jason Woods while got their feet wet, but little eighth. Three hits and two errors did his two extra base hits, Johnson 3-6
last week,setting up a showdown bet. scoring 33 of a possible 36 Jones and Stephen Murphy scored 4, more than that as Clay Electric ventured the damage with none of the runs being with a couple of runs, and DeWitt 2-6
ween league leaders when they meet runs in three innings. Individuals and Michael Rowell and David into the world of Industrial softball earned. with a double.
Monday morning, July 27, at 10 a.m. scoring 3 times were Brian Wynn, Fischer tailed 3 apiece. two weekends ago.
Darryl Gnann Kim Nettles, Josh Mc- For the Crackers Matt Waters led The first-year Clay Electric club ..... .. ,
Clellan, Eric Dampier, Jason Bright, with 5 runs and Nolan Gray, Justin played just two games in last ...
TeeBallJuly Kathy Jackson, Andy Johns, Michael Ward, and Brian Dobbins, added 4 weekend s District Industrial Slow- ,.
Hall, and Quinton Chisholm.. each, with Kyle Brown and Jason Pitch tourney in Ocala: losing to two .'-"4_-.-___. ..
For the Crackers Heather Smith, Welty both scoring twice. Ocala teams-Florida Telephone 19-6
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20' Jonathon Ferguson, Kyle Brown, and and Antennaes for Communication '
Rascals 24-Peeps 18 Zonkers 28 23
Brian Dobbins led with 3 scores. Peeps 93."We ..
Rodney Padgett, Justin Jones, Eight out of the 10 Zonkers- Brian just didn't hit it," simplified
Jason Woods, David Fischer, and July 13 Dobbins Daryn Wimpy, Kim Nettles, Clay player-coach Steve Thomas. "
Michael Rowel all tallied 3 runs as Rascals 24 Crackers 23 Josh McClellan, Kathy Jackson, Eric Still he vowed the power company ... "<" .iit, '
the Rascals won their second straightand Justin Jones had the winning run Dampier, Justin Brown, and Michael would be heading straightforward in- -,; ,; t' f
sixth of the season. with 2 outs in the last inning as the Hall scored all 3 times they batted to Industrial Softball in the future. ti'y'q.2s' ','Yji.
Peeps scoring three times were Rascals overcame the Crackers Mon- and that was enough to win over the Asked if the quick exit in last ,
Ricky Chitty and Melanie Trimble. day morning. Peeps Monday weekend's tournament discouraged a
try at a team next year Thomas 1444' ., -
answered: "No man, we're gonna be Gt'
ready for next year. We know what it
takes down there now."
Thomas said base hits and defense
were stressed at the Industrial
tourney, but said consistent home run

power was nowhere to be found. -.. ,... .'"
Clay had just one HR blast, a shot no -
by Johnell Smith in the opening game,
>r 'Ai' .. h.m.t uw. ... but Thomas said Clay Electric hast This Close Play Didn't Go Starke's Way
;= iiim !,) "'I'. I. ,. power hitters In its ranks and promised -' Junior Star Shane Johnson,shown sliding Into third was called out on this play
w..ruuaw s ,; he'll be recruiting those kind of In the sixth inning of his team's 6-1 loss to Pasadena Lakes.
,.top-notch players for next season's ef (t

.. ---- fort."I
just want to say we appreciatethe
contributions to the team that Pirates Tumble Into Tie for 1stThe
helped us go down there this year."

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i Pc ra ; league-leading Pirates suddenly Yankees to a 9-7 upset over the
'. took a tumble last week, losing Pirates.
N .".' Cubs ballgames) to the Yankees and Gators Devin Jackson got 3 runs in a losing
,"" ; Forge and that allowed the Astros to climb cause.
into a tie for first place.
Two games in back of the leadersare Astros 12 Suns 2
Into Lead the Yankees with the Suns Reds, With the Pirates falling the Astros
and Gators bunched in the second picked up a tie for first place as
division. leadoff batters Timmy Taylor and
'TfteTubs made the biggest move in Chris Tucker did their jobs, bot h scor-

a ... the tightly-paced Junior Softballleague Smallfry ing 3 times.
4 I over the last two weeks- winning Chad Welch added 2 runs for the
three straight to move ahead of winners.
/ I thefRoyals andExpos. and into first SoftballJuly
4 fr,;. _1 place. Iteds II I O..tor7
Still,all six league teams are within The Reds got victory number 4 as
2!A games of one another with two 16 Sean-Frederick Jones, David Elder
weeks to go before the August 6 night Suns 10 Yankees 9 Sport Cooper, and Beav Ely all
games. Evan Douglas scored all 3 times up shared scoring honors with 2 runs.
and Raymond Trimble came across Richard Rasnick and Andy
q'c twice to lead the Suns, who came Goodowns each scored twice for I the
Jr. SoftballJuly from behind in the last inning to win. Gators.
Blake Thomas tallied 3 scores for
c the Yanks with Donnie and B.B. Jul.v!9
id 8 20 Prevatt adding 2 each. Pirates 11- Astros 9
Cubs 8 Padres 2 In a battle for first-place the
c- Karen Morgan, Kevin Gogdill, Gators 12 Pirates 6 Pirates took a short-lived lead as
I Selena Norman, Daryl Gahn, and John Dempsey and Andy Goodownswere Devin Jackson and Shane Green led
t .Stacey Marshall scored consecutively the big scores with 3 runs and the winners with 2 runs and Michael
f in the fourth inning as the Cubs broke Todd Hutcheson. Richard Rasnick Starling chipped in 2 scores.
a e open a close game to win. and Josh Crawford added 2 markersas For the losers Timmy Taylor and
the Gators swashbuckled the Chris Tucker tallied twice.
July 17
A's 6 Brewers Pirates.
I
u3rs Michael Starling and David Elder Suns I II Keds 12
,and Amy Dowling,Stephanie Cubbedge, each scored twice for the losers. Evan Douglas and Larry Green
Tracy Rowan scored
f 2 runs
scored 3 and Matt and
runs Traylor
apiece as the A's knocked off the
Brewers. July IJ Chris Rodriguez added 2 scores as the
I Astros IS- Itt'ds 10 Suns topped the Reds in a close one.
Padres 7 5 Chris Tucker came across 4 times Sport Cooper touched home ::11) times
Expos
Judson Jackson and Ron and got help from tea mates Timmy and Beav Ely and SeanFrederickJones
Wishart Taylor ((3 runs),: Andy Huggins ((3), scored twice for the losers.
''I scored! 2 runs apiece as the Padres
,\. tI. and Shannon Smith ((2)), as the Astros
I..:: '. {to I :r rallied with :.runs in the fifth to beat
.
-I..l,; iI' ,.. 101'' the Expo* turned the Reds blue. July
;. Beav Ely was plated 3 times for the Yankees 20-Gators 10
EriCVerunac produced 2 scores for The Yankees had the as Blake
the losers with Mikey Tierney, Kelly power
: losers.
1 k ,...,.... .. ., .M. Dawson, and David Elder all coming Thomas and B.B. Prevatt scored 4
t ? 1I. across twice. times each Jason had 3 runs and Don-
L -I./I.c July 16 nie, Jeff Carver Johnnie Powers,and
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4. r- -c u : x ? 1 Royals IS Brewers 9 July II Tammy Guthrie scored twice.
Lisa Tierney crossed home 3 times Yankees- Pirates 7 Andy Goodowns plated 3 runs for
., ; 4e ::..td.... ", ,jto pace the Royals, who also got 2 The league-leading Pirates tumbledas the Gators while Jeremy, Josh and
,;'"\ 'i. I '*w scores from Johnny Jackson and Donnie, B.B. Prevatt, and Jeff Phillip Crawford came across 2 times
.+ ,Nicole Johnson. Carver all scored 2 runs to lead the each.
Vicky Goodowns had 2 runs for the
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.. Lori Alvarez scored 3 times and
.r. Jt.... 'Amy Dowling Stefanie Cubbedge.

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    Starke's Stars got used to reaching thumped another base rap and Ben- another single to right.,,) scoring the Stars did until the sixth, r ,
    '\ the pinnacle with state championships nett scored on another boot at third. charged the ball, hoping for a game- when Norman walked and Goodge
    a In 1978 and '79 and now anything Goodge then brought Warren and saver, a shot to the plate in time to burned the right-centerfielder an
    ., but a Florida title and national tournament pinch-runner Craig Sapp in with,a nail sliding Gary Como, but the ball RBI triple. That, made it. 2-0 but itwasn't !
    spot for Starke's 16-18 year single to the left field corner that up- skidded flat on the grass under enough as Satellite got one
    old Softball program is a disappoint.ment. ped the count to 6-1, Johnson. and a play never came. | back in the fifth, another In the sixth,
    and the game-winner with one out in
    Such was the case last weekend as It stayed that way until the bottomof Satellite, which had lost 6-3 to host the last. if
    the fifth when the bottom
    suddely First Federal of Jensen Beach in the
    the Stars dropped two one-run decisions fell out. The Rocket at bat started winner's bracket finals, went on Sun In a Saturday afternoon elimination 1\\
    to eventual state champ quietly enough, grounder back to day to shock the hometown favorites game that Stars assistant coach
    Satellite Beach and finished third InFlorida's Paladino on the mound for out &3 and 8-4 for the state title and a David Bennett described as "one of {
    state tournament in Jenser number one. An error at third and berth at the Nationals set for Tlfton, those I don't want it,do you want it?" 1
    Beach- finish to be proud of in most walk put runners at first and second Georgia, August;( 6-9. affairs Cocoa jumped to leads of 2-0 M ".1
    regards but a tremendous letdown for but a fielder's choice got( the second and 3-1 before the Stars rallied as "

    the Stars. out, though( a run came across on a Cocoa's pitcher walked 6 straight bat. ,
    The crux of the disappointment was double-play-try throwing error. The For the weekend Goodge led the tcrs to( force in the winning runs in the. ,,
    the way the Stars hopes for a title inning's first base hit, a single to Starke club with a .667 average sixth. 1
    were dashed. After a 9-6 preliminarywin ((10-for-15)) and in RBIs with 11 to go
    right loaded the bases Jeff
    only as
    All-told the Stars hit .414 as a team,
    with his two homers the shot against
    over Boynton Beach the Stars Johnson
    made in the
    a saving stop
    managed just seven hits in losing to Davenport and a two-run pop to right- "probably our worst weekend of the "
    gap. Then came the play that will be "
    Satellite 3-2 and then got by only on remembered the center against Boynton Beach on the year, noted Coach Jerry McGriff ,
    by Stars, the play
    defense in a 6-4 loser's bracket win shorter field2. Paladino was tops 16-year year old Richard Warren
    that dominated talk bus
    the ride
    over Cocoa. It was obvious they back to the motel and on beyond. with 3 HRs and 6 runs to go with 10 picked up some slack with a .546
    weren't of the that RBIs and a 600 (9.15)). weekend (6-11).
    on top game gave A line drive was smacked to left, a average
    them a 34.22 season record, sinker, but the kind the swift Hudson Against Satellite Clayton Norman Bennett and McGee; who split catcher [
    percentage-wise the best in Stars singled and scored on a Paladino baseran duties, both hit 500 (3-6 each) to
    makes into routine As
    ''' tne ball! plays. expected .-... .in.. .u the_ _first___. hilt that___ was m All the .Inin___ -:oodie. Palarlinrk' Anti Ufa n......<.....-oa
    ButySaturday ne got to in Rood shape, glow
    night suddenly a rFa- .
    change came. The Stars relaxed. No

    longer straining a-uf the game would ",,, r
    be the last softba1T affair they'd ever : ,:.,:; :
    play in (though for the four 18 year / ,. ., -, ,: t' y .
    olds it might have seemed so) the I. ,k,' \ ," '':: ...."k r
    Starke club opened fire on a Daven- ,. Teston Gels in Under Tag
    port team that had also compiled a 2.1 Stars outfielder Mike "Nip" Tt'hh'III'l'ds, the lag to the plate against Boynton
    mark. The Stars, who had scored in Iteach in a Saturday morning \ictory.
    # just eight of 21 innings in their first
    three games tallied three in the first, i

    one in the second, three more in the the only Stars at or above 500. Teston the year, his last ,as a Star, -While ;;
    third. Then in the fourth the big blasts
    didn't miss by much with 6.13 (.462) Paladino's 18 home runs reset his own
    came.uncharacteristic After Scott Hudson O-for-3 broke games an k + have one more to pound
    was 410. year
    drought with a single and Eddie some more.
    McGee followed( suit, leading hitter The defense, excepting the fifth-
    Bill Goodge busted a tw-RBI! double frame fiasco against Satellite, was For! average Paladino hit .613,
    Then Tom Paladino high.kicked and V outstanding Goodge and Chuck Junior Schoening .585, Andrews 555,
    uncorked a mammoth 2-run shot out Johnson gobbled grounders on the Hudson .543, Teston .533. John Riggs
    up
    (of the 285-foot confines and over two left side and outfielders Teston, Hudson .516, and Dewayne Strickland .515.
    rows of parked cars. Before Paladino ---- ------ ------ ---- -- Sapp, Warren Norman and Jeff .
    was getting high fives at third base Johnson covered all the gre n. Paladino led with 45 runs ''while
    of Smiles
    A Bus Full
    the P.A. informing the 1
    announcer was Sapp scored: 44 times to lead in that
    crowd that "that was the first ball hit Neither the Stars or Jr. Stars from Starke were coming ................ department and Andrews was tops in J
    out of field in the tournament." back with state titles but(hat didn't slop the boys from havKicky Alvarez Jeff Johnson (tipping hat), John Itiggs. games with 50 (of 56)) and )
    The Stars did draw a goosegg in ing fun on the way back. Larry Long Barry Warren Richard Warren Shane As a team the Stars hit hitswithh->
    their half of the fifth but after Daven- Here they pose for a photo on the way back Johnson, Tom Paladino (rear), Bill Goodge front, Scott Seasonal 1 Leaders: season, scoring,493 runs to the op
    port cut the margin to 11-4 with a Pictured from left to right are Randy Thompson Chuck Hudson, John Bennett, Eddie Herndon, and Tommy Goodge ended as the Stars ponents437orexactiyarunmorePE'rleading
    three-run fifth Starke tacked three Johnson Craig Sapp, Randy Andrews Kicky Sullivan, Crosby, hitter with up a .646 average, for }ame-- 8.8 to 78. to:
    more scores on in the sixth. After
    McGee, who was 3-for-6 off the bench,
    delivered a 2.out single, Goodge tagged -
    the Stars second home run of the ed it and.. what happened next was
    tourney well out with McGee aboard. both arguable and crucial The Stars
    Paladino stepped up and again rang and most of the Starke followers who
    the home run bell to left, though he made the trip said Hudson caught the
    didn't get the deserved home run trot ball and then in flipping it up to his i
    attention because the ball pounded offa bare hand lost control.: The second MAKING YOUR .
    light pole and back into left field and base ump, and then his home plate .
    was first thought in play by the umpires cohort didn't see it that way. "No! he '
    and the Davenport left fielder never had control!!" the field umpire
    smacked the same pole and had to be ..
    yelled, flailing his arms in a safe call "
    attended to as confused Rocket runners advanced. .'
    The Stars went on to( a 14.5 crusher Rage got the best of Hudson, who .
    and suddenly the two other survivors gunned the ball through the infield :' r .
    unbeaten Jensen Beach and once- and out of bounds. The umpire waved BAIKltlli' EASIER .j" .,,' d'
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    defeated Satellite looked In "
    danger. both runners home and the pictured .'i
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    Satellite was next up for the Stars in had suddenly darkened for,the Stars. ..,l : : ,- .7,.).;., ,,;: \, : ,.; ,- .
    Saturday night's last game and after The game turned from 6-2 to 6-4 on .
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    the Davenport uprising the Starke that play (remember there was two "
    club was eager to get at the Rockets, outs).
    who had eliminated them in last Satellite's Cliff Denney promptly
    year's fourth-place year and who had stroked a double that made it 6.5 anda
    come back from a 2-0 deficit to win 3.2 throwing error from third brought
    earlier that afternoon. Denney home with the tieing score.
    This time the Stars started slowly Finally a groundout ended the
    again scoring a run in the first when disastrous inning. Florida Bank al StarkeAnnounces
    Paladino singled home Mike Teston Starke tried to pump back up offen-
    but then blanking the next two framesto sively but to no avail, singles by Ben-
    sit still even, 1-all, after three. But nett and Sapp being all they could
    the bats cranked up and Satellite manage in the tops of innings six and
    blew up a bit in the fourth Jeff seven with the meat of the order going
    Johnson reached on a dropped fly ball down.

    and a Clayton Norman grounder skit. Tied 6-6 into the bottom of the .. ;:11' .::
    tered through the Rocket third seventh the game was in the hands of
    baseman's legs to put ducks on the the Rockets, a team infamous for its ; :
    pond. The Stars took advantage. comeback ability. Once again, just as New Hours :' ?/'4" I : J
    McGee singled home one run before a in Winter Haven in 1980, the Rocketsdid / "
    lineout and foul out endangered the produce. Consecutive singles put .;' ,
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    But John Bennett made it 3-1 runners at first and second with no .t.,.., t :,
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    condominium project at Lake the condominium units there as Zoning office added his praise
    Geneva, the first of its kind in the "We really didn't know if the ; development as well
    Keystone area is progressing well,according dos were going to be a success here think it is one of the nicest
    to Emery and he has more not," Emery said. "We put our of its kind we have been
    r planned for the near future. in the Lord and I think we have a it certainly i.su J first in this area"
    .I "With interest rates the way they cessful idea going here right now." said. "We think it is an idea that
    f are I think this is something who's The condominiums feature grow in popularity'around litre as!
    1 kY 'li vK time has come," Emery said last garages, backyard porches and more people move into I his
    :"i week "Many people find this style of ing Lake Geneva and, according ."
    living comfortable and very convenient Emery, "just about perfect is a big need for multi-
    " as well." for working or retired people." TT"A dwellings in the area and poo-
    Emery has built four units with "It Is a good, centrally located around here recognise this."
    three separate living units in each for just about anyone" Emery said. "We are growing sit
    and has sold or leased nine of the completed "Working people or retirees in Clay County fspci.-kill
    structures.The find them very convenient. we can forsee more of i his! t>pe ol
    units come in either two or dominiums are catching on catching on in (he near
    three bedroom models and contraction quickly in most of the country and I think people around here are
    1 tf 'Nr has begun on two more buildingon were glad we could be the first to with the way they have luin-
    a lot adjacent to the ones already this style of living in the When we went through(lie/ completed area. We've had a lot of process on this we didn't get< (one
    Emery said he owns four other lots on them since they were completed. ."

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    Obituaries. II II 11= Limited Steel Shot Use.is Expec During' ; 1981-82 Waterfowl &as ''h

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    Duck hunters in Florida can probably hunting waterfowl on federal nounced hunters will be required to so shotguns.:
    wildlife refuges. steel shot in the proposed steel 1.ft
    expect a limited requirementfor use """"\IIp
    truck on US301, in Starke. Born In the use of steel shot when the Egbert added that also approved Is
    Mrs. Z. Ruth Tyre StanleyMrs. Madison County, N.C., Mr. Henderson 1981-82 waterfowl season begins according a special five day season for taking
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    Z. Ruth Tyre Stanley.64, of was a farm worker with the to the Florida Game and teal and wood duck toward the end of [
    Keystone Heights died Friday even- Farmer's Mutual Exchange and had Fresh Water Fish Commission.The September, pending federal ap
    ing, July 17, following a long illness. lived in the Starke area for the last 20 proval. If such a special season is an- $ !
    Born in Hillcrest, Florida, Mrs. years. five-member Commission,
    Stanley was a lifelong resident of the Survivors include: his mother,Mrs. meeting July 10,indicated its Intent to
    Keystone Heights area and was a Katie D. Henderson of Starke, three require steel shot in 12 gauge FLORIDA
    member of the First Baptist Church. daughters, Peggy, Carolyn, and shotguns during the waterfowl seasonin C1tV
    Survivors include: her husband, Ginger Henderson; two sons, David certain areas of the state. t
    William B. Stanley; three sons,Davidof and Wayne Henderson both of TEATStartle
    Gainesville, Bryan and Glenn bothof Chesnee, S.C.; five sisters, Mrs. "The reason the Commission can- '
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    Keystone Heights; four brothers, Cathy Dukes of Grandin, Mrs. Ruth not pass a formal ruling on the re-
    Welch Tyre of Sanford, Park Tyre of Manis of Forest City, N.C., Mrs. quirement is because Florida is $ -- u644451
    Gainesville, Roy and Paul Tyre both Dorothy Lail of Locus Grove, Ga., awaiting the passage of federal
    of Keystone Heights; four sisters, Mrs. Fannie Catrett of Tampa, and guidelines covering seasons and steel Last Five Days -
    Mrs. Margaret Halverson of Mrs Lorraine McClellan of Brooker; shot zones," according to Dr. Allan
    Gainesville, Mrs. Loubelle Long of three brothers, Troy, Clifton and L.D. Egbert, assistant director of the Division Fri.thru Tues.
    Ocala, Mrs Esther Schultz of Henderson, of Starke. of Wildlife of the Commission.
    Jacksonville, and Mrs Pauline Learyof Funerals services were held at 11 Egbert said the U.S. Fish and Burt Reynolds Roger Moore
    Palatka. a.m. Tuesday, July 21 at gravesidewith Wildlife Service is in the process of
    Funeral services were held at 2:30 Rev. J.C. Cercy officiating. Interment hearings on such matters which affect 'ENDNBAl.L
    p.m. Monday, July 20, at gravesidewith was in Crosby Lake the Atlantic Flyway, of which HUN s .
    Rev. Charles Vanzant and Rev. Cemetery under the direction of Florida is the southernmost state. lOlh CENTURY-POll Pu NS ..
    William Wolfe officiating. Burial was DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home, Egbert said the Commission is expected 'i
    in Keystone Heights Cemetery under Starke. to establish final rules on f
    the direction of DeWitt C. Jones waterfowl hunting after federal ..2 :k4r
    Funeral Home, Keystone Heights.In guidelines are finalized. The next 301 DRIVE I IN
    Julian DobbsMr.
    lieu of flowers contributions may Commission meeting is scheduled on
    be made to the Billy Graham Julian Dobbs, 66, of Raiford, September 4 in Palatka. .
    Crusdae, Minneapolis Minnesota, or was fatally Injured Friday afternoon, Already in effect is that steel shot Fri. thru TUBS : '''I
    the James Robinson EvangelisticAssoc. July 17, in Gainesville, when a tree be required in all gauge shotguns "':
    ., Fort Worth, Texas. fell on his car. "
    Born in Union County, Mr Dobbswas e.urneweststyle. ,
    New A Good Tim. To Diet
    !Mrs Yvonne Addison Foster a veteran of World War II and the
    Mrs. Yvonne Addison Foster, 40, of Korean Conflict. lie had been in the It's OurVacation ,
    Alachua died Thursday morning,Ju- public sanitation business all his life, Time Again I
    ly 16, in Alachua General Hospital and was the Union County Sanitarianfor July 19- Augusts
    following a long illness. Born in Brad- the last 6 years. He was a memberof
    ford County on May 9, 1941, Mrs. the Masonic Lodge 82 F&AM, w.IIREOPEN
    Foster had lived in Alachua for the Raiford, and a member of the Churchof August 4 '1
    last nine years, moving there from Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in !
    No extracharge
    Atlanta Ga.Survivors. Starke. ti'U ffi IP i@ [j'OO q U Guop
    include: her husband, Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Available fora limited time only.
    Edwin Foster of Alachua; two Virginia Knight Dobbs of Raiford; i t
    daughters Miss Tina Marie Foster of one daughter, Mrs. Pam Parrish of 138 E. Call St. *PLUS* SxlO Soft Oval Portrait
    Alachua, Mrs. Lori Ann Moore of Lake Butler; one son, Steve Dobbs of
    Orange Heights; a son, Bobby Gene Raiford; two brothers, Morris Dobbsof Up In Smoke
    Foster of Alachua; two sister, Mrs. Raiford and Marvin Dobbs of 964-5890 Only 881
    Betty Mae Ferguson of Gainesville Waycrass, Ga.; and two grandsons.
    Waldo of Fair- Funeral services were held Monday
    Mrs. Janice Faye
    An Innovative In portrait photography.
    in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter new concept
    banks; five brothers, Donald and
    88* sitting.The Soft Oval Portrait Is available for single subjects
    Saints in with per
    W.M. Addison Callahan, Larry and Day Starke Bishop INSULATION One Poses our selection.Backgrounds<
    only. special per family.
    Winston Barber and Elder W, W. Jor-
    Leroy Addison of Starke, Butch Ad- may occasionally change.Additional portraits available: for
    dison of Macclenny; and two grand- don officiating. Burial followed in purchase with no obligation. Remember, minors must be
    children. Sapp Cemetery in Raiford, under the SAVE THAT ENERGYHOMECOMMERCIALINDUSTRIAL accompanied by parent.Satisfaction always or your money
    Funeral services were held at 11 direction of Archer Funeral Home of cheerfully refunded.
    a.m., Saturday, July 18th in Pine Lake Butler.
    Level Baptist Church with Rev.
    Roman Alvarez, Pastor, officiating. Coleman L. HardenMr. These Days Only
    Interment was in Dyal Cemetery Coleman L. Harden, 63,of Wor-
    under the Direction of DeWitt C. Ihington Springs, died Thursday,July
    Jones Funeral Home, Starke. 15, in the VA Hospital in Gainesville July: Fri. 24 Sat. 25 Sun. 26
    after an extended illness.
    Thomas Edward VVoodham,57 Born in Lancaster, Kentucky, he rIB
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    Mr. Thomas Edward Woodham, 57 lived most of his life in Indiana, until Daily: 10 a.m. p.m.
    of Kingsley Lake, died Saturday even- moving to Worthington( Springs eight I
    ing, July 18, while working at the years ago. He was in the limerock FRAME HOUSE EXTERIOR Sunday: 12 Noon 5 p.m.
    Jacksonville Naval Air Station (trucking business and was a memberof HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATION
    sudden attack. Born in the Baptist faith. ;
    Darlington following a S.C. Mr. Woodham had Survivors include one son, Charles FIBERGLAS BATTS NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION South Walnut Street Starke
    lived at Kingsley Lake for the past 20 Ilardin of North Vernon, Indiana; one QUALITY INSTALLATION
    years and had served in the Navy dur- daughter, Mrs. Roselee Bridges of AM aIi.wWO
    ing WW II. After retiring from the Columbus, Indiana; one sister Mrs.
    military with 20 years service, he Glatha Anderson of North Vernon, [Indiana 964-6956 I SAVE
    HEATING !
    then went to work at the Naval Air ; and six grandchildren. ON ON COOLING !" ,';
    Rework Facility, N.A.S., Jackson Funeral I services were held Monday I DEAN CASSE INSULATION" _. I:, li 1'I\I".I..I: :.i/J/
    ville. Where he served the Navy in a !in the Dove Funeral Home Chapel in t' _
    civilialJ.<:apacity for the last 20 years. North Vernon, Indiana. Archer 4- STARKE 1 to .
    Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. Funeral Home of I Lake Butler were in
    Mary Lou Townsend Woodham; two charge of local arrangements -
    daughters, Mrs. Marilynn Pearce and .
    Mrs. Kelly Cason both of Starke; In MemoryOf
    three sons, R. Wayne Woodham of
    Middleburg John T. Woodham of My Daughter
    Fall :
    Starke, and William J. Sutton of Deborah Sue Kite
    Jacksonville; four sisters, Mrs. Fran- Seems like yesterday, Since you ; "
    cis Smith of Wilmington, N.C., Mrs. went away.
    Bessie Raish of Denver, Col., Mrs The months have gone by, And hereit
    Eloise Galloway( and Mrs. Sybil Kea is July.
    both of Darlington, S.C.; four The seventeenth you would have LHE Registration
    brothers, Harry Woodham( of been 24.But .
    Chicago, III., Cooper Woodham of that will never be anymore.You : .'
    Alaska Abbot and Mack Woodham are in Jesus' arms today, 1"" .,IL: _
    both of Darlington, S.C.; and four And Debbie, I wish I could hear you .. <, "I 'rl' S "iI''
    grandchildren. vq: .rf olds' 't'
    SANTA COMMUNITY :
    sayOne FE COLLEGE ;
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    Funeral services were held at 2 more time "Mama--I love ,
    p.m.. Tuesday, July 21, in the DeWittC you." "STARKE CENTER" ., 'ItCIfIA UOV.II"\
    Jones Chapel with Rev. Thomas Itpd 7/23 :. :. ". Bradford High School : o '191' ,do(. u bin!
    Bankston officiating. Burial was in '" .'" ". e. ,:.' .. :'. Jat, it''I.PJ)
    .\ k .., N. Temple Avenue :
    Kingsley Lake Cemetery under the CARD OF THANKS : I 't >'fB'I', OIlV
    direction of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral : \ '. Office Hours F., III an lll.Ji'J, 1
    Home. Starke Florida. Military rites We take this moment to express our : ';, ... .. uiRUai' 't1r I
    were held at the grave. sincere thanks to our friendsfor Monday Friday ) ::: d'lJl.' .. I I:> ')I
    many ,. :\\1 (; 8:00a.m.-4COp.m, ''''' .. 1, ",au': dtwlu''tI' .
    all acts of kindness shown to us. "f" 'I''' .'.'.''.'#0Ir.''!''" .
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    We pray God will continue to showerHis ,'. : I I'jVOi iilOffl.tl'Ti
    ; 964-5382 .
    Thomas L. Henderson. 53 I II
    blessings each of ( \ I'I>
    upon you .:
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    Mr. Thomas L. Henderson of North Mrs. Yvonne Morris r FALL 1981 CALENDAR ./ \,,' tI>$!<'''',. ot si 149/
    Cherry Street, Starke, died suddenly, And The Morris Family t: 't 1. :'.' i i're iu h'lia, '.,'I loci
    Friday evening, July 17,from injurieshe Itpd 7/23 ',&.'. 0 I ,* ..i .-i 1> oi ma 9r'1
    received after being struck by a ',If IBS.
    Tuesday July 28"' REGISTRATION -8: 00 am.330: p.m; I 6 6:00.: p.m'8:00' p.m. .j-) .Ill,

    -- Wednesday July 29' ; REGISTRATION 8:00 am.330: p.m., .' '. :;:,:

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    Bttnday Tuesday August 25 REGISTRATION 8:00 a.rn.-3:30 p.m. '. .2

    Wednesday August 26. REGISTRATION 8C'0: a.rn.-3:30 p.m ; E 6:00: p.m.7:00 p.m. 11

    FALL TERM, CLASSES BEGIN ,
    izO :" 31 SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT '.
    ub>lte Monday August,
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    Wednesday September 9 REGISTRATION I FEES ARE DUE ,

    LAST DAY TO DROP P. CLASS AND RECEIVE A REFUND 4'',. "
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    Thursday November 26 NO CLASSES-THANKSGIVING I ( HOLIDAYS I 0" .,.

    Monday November 30 LAST DAY Tb OFFICIALLY WITHDRAW OR DROP A COURSE' ... .1
    Mon-Thur December 14-17 FINAL EXAM DAYS FOR NIGHT CLASSES e : '" .1

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    REL2210' 061 P Intro. to the Old Testament, 10:30-11:45: a.m. MW '3 McF.3dden.t' "

    ENCIIOI 061 P.' College Composition ,7:00-9:45 p.m. 1'1 3 Chandler '.' '.

    POS2041 061 P American Natll 1 Government 7:00-9:45 p.m M 3 Huber .'. ,.

    tender,golden frled"blte-slze" shrimp STA2023 061 P Introductory Statistics 7:00-9:45: p.mj M 3 Miller, ....

    fresh creamy cole slaw 2 hush puppies REL2300 062 P Major Religions-20th Century 7:00-9:45 p.m. T 3 McFadden ..rWOH2O22 : '
    crisp, hot french fries the Captain's special $2991 062 P Modern World Hlsto'ry 7:009:45'p.m.. T 3 Brinson :' "'.

    cocktail sauce ARH1000 062 P Art AppreciatIon 7:00-9:45 p.m. T 3 Clark i a!'.

    (at participating ISCIOOO 063 P ,' Fundamentals, of Phy. Science 7:00-9:45 p.m. W .13 Klein' ,,'.-, ..11SSIIOIO
    wttUl Captain+D 5) 063 PThe .Soalal Sciences 7:00-9lt5 p.m. W 3 Sussman'> ,

    8SCI030 063 P Biology and Humal1 Values 7:00-9:45 pm. ''J 3 Jockel) h: .::

    HUM1020 064 Pintro.: 'to the HumanJ'tJe.s 6,30-101'00 p.m.' H', 4 '''Daleoff ,. .

    Captain D's. MATI002 064 P88 Basic Math Skill ," ': 7:0Q-9:45: p.m H 3 'Goillday-: ,, '."
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    seafood & hamburgersghway BUL2112 064 P + Business Law II : 7:00-9:45: p.m "H 3 Jef.fdes ; ; '
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    ,Bradford Um() Afea Vo-Tfech Sdliodl; '' SIItIiI: efor:' Almost Everyone ,


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    1 I 1 I.Y I. ,.,loaders, buldozers, back hoes,,..cranes tery with them." Oglesby said he would like to en-
    1 ,. lT, i 4 A. ,rl "' r I and dump trucks. The battery is based on tenth grade courage this. These students go to
    The school board owns (the equip- equlvolency and is "an interest Inven- regular classes (it the high school for
    ment for these 'courselalso, and the tory,"Green said,which shows wherestudent's half a day, and to their class at Vo-
    heavy mechanics class does Tech the other half.
    i- repair It interests are and where he
    w ; work on the equipment. The opera. might have problems. It serves as a There are eight Bradford High
    tions class sometimes builds parking guide for the counselor and student to School students signed up for Wad-
    "
    .I*,lots for the schools. show what typo of work might fit the ford's diesel mechanics class now.
    !,. Don McKee's drafting students student."A Since his is a 10110 hour (full-year)
    learn about architecture, house plan- lot of times we have to refer' course, it will take high school
    'nlng and piping, how to do them somewhere else." If they show students Iwo years going half-time to
    .' .,mechanical drawings, structural interest or strong inclination toward( complete the course, but Oglesby said
    drawings. and pictoral drawings, as cursing Greene said Vo-Tech would they will have a skill, and so can get a
    well as a little civil engineering refer them to Santa Fe Community job, when (they graduate from( high
    "Just about all of my students have College, or if they show strong pointsin school.!
    ,gone into drafting. It's a pretty wide marine biology, they would be High school students usually enroll
    .. ,open field," McKee said referred to somewhere like Fort ill the beginning of the school year or
    .. t',., There is no maximum age limit for Lauderdale with a marine biology/ at the beginning of the second
    ... .... any of the courses offered at Vo-Tech, program. semester, usually the middle of
    'but the minimum age is 16 years. "Right now we are not having very January An adult can start any
    \ Other than that, Occuaptional much trouble with placement. We arc regular course at any t tune during the
    'Specialist I lank Greene said (here are having more trouble( with getting people school year
    t no cut and dried entry requirements to come to school because they Vo-Tech currently is taking applications -
    u .. I "Our first purpose is to help the student have got to work," Greene said, for courses 'Hits (all
    ,. We take people where t they are High school students also can participate semester, which begins in laic
    I'i and try to get them where they wantto in Vo-Tech programs, and August
    .rMgf go, Greene said
    "A lot of people don't know where
    thy are going or what they want; soW CABINETS

    ,t',, give them.a battery-two days of
    ;', -,- heavy testing-and Dr. Hoover, the ; ;

    11I counselor, ,goes through the test batx & HI TH REMDDELIIlGG




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    I Cosmetology; Instructor Barbara Stevens uses Wendy students (L-R) Judy Bradley; Shelley' hall, and Annette Custom Paint, Like <

    Thomas as a model during a hair cutting demonstration for Crews. New $2,195.00! : y Jcrcly

    Greek sailors or are retired colonels. 1975 Honda 350,
    :.J Trucking companies send most of our $590.00 Women only, no children's facilities
    people to us," he said.
    Vo-Tech owns 1418-wheelers for the 1970 Honda 750 Call Now For July Maxi-saver RatesGainesville's
    driving class. When a graduate of the $890.00
    school is hired, usually he will work 1980 GS550 Fully Finest & Only

    for a company for 90 days with Dressed Make Of- Body Wraps & Cellulite TreatmentsBody
    another driver before being given his
    1r own truck Fisher said. { fer. WrapsLose
    Vo-Tech not only has a course on 1980 GS750L, 3 to 15 inches of excess fat, in 1 hour through the Sassy
    how to drive diesel trucks, but one on $2,395.00 Lady (Swedish) procedure. ([NOT; A WATER LOSS) Firm tone
    __
    how to fix them. Tim Wadford, who o
    IAft.nloon D". "' 113 I2 50
    $100.00 Rebate cUEnTfraatments "
    has had 20-years experience of work. On I "I t t
    if ing on diesel engines in the navy, is All New Suzuki NOW you can rid your body of those unsightly and unwanted
    the new diesel mechanics instructor Hikes lumps, bumps and bulges in the knees, thighs, hips, abdomen,
    = ( at the school. Wadford said there is a waistline and rib cage Our method is over 50 years old and we
    't high demand for people with this skill have 13 years experience in this field and are aFloridaNationally
    ; also. Suzuki 1981H Franchised
    i= "Around Jacksonville there are a __ ___CompanyNO ____ 0
    lot of companies that require diesel The CONTRACTS NO EXERCISE NO PilLS NO STRICT DIET

    mechanics, including freight" lines Performer.Suzuki 4,3. J1i: on 0 Mor>.- *'ri-9-9-': :: RY ,Appointment Only
    and anybody t with buses, Wadford y 2647 NW 13th Street Woolco( Shopping Ctr.)
    1 said. Students in this course learn Of Starke ('EILUI.ITEA\D Gainesville, 374-4022
    how to repair engines, fuel systems, SLEhDERNRA1'S! i.oN
    U. S. 301 S,
    transmissions and any other part of a
    diesel engine, Starke, Florida

    1E: Jim Hunnicutt teaches heavy equip- !9K4-G020,
    ment mechanics and operation which
    includes working with front end
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    designed by gffedenla{ In the draru l1i.f: &"..;:;;; ;'t. JI/r ,
    ': .r. a I I, :jisN,4TG: ,
    Julia Howard' sevCTe"cTothlYTg"c 311iI'T6r i6ngeT"R3ir
    by '
    and a more romantic look. We go to Drs. Lytle and Want TMfv
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    different shows during the year to ,
    Age is not a factor in the welding keep up with the latest styles," Podiatrists 'Foot Specialists!
    class, and sex does not matter In.the Stevens said.Stevens .
    truck driving class or in the has been a cosmetologistsince ,!,
    cosmetology class at the Bradford- 1961. She is licensed by the state Office Now Open
    Union Area Vocational Technical board of education, has been teaching
    Center in Starke, where anyone can since 1973 and has been at Vo-Tech
    attend any of the classes offered. since 1974.Stevens.
    There's a wide variety of classes offered said she has lots of men, at ',lit.
    from business education to "lots of barbers," in cosmetology, "BEAT ( =
    heavy mechanics; from heating and and she alrealdy has four men signedup Union General Hospital
    air conditioning to drafting, and from for fall, including one black man
    horticulture to diesel mechanics. which she said is a first. Lake ButlerPractice
    Possibly the best thing about learningone Even more surprising is that 15 of THEHEAT"
    of these trades is that jobs are the 28 students currently enrolled in -Itlmt---t--- 0ltI0 -
    available for people with any of these the truck driving course are women.
    skills.f. "Most of the women excell above the limited to: ,
    you know a trade well, you can men," Instructor Al Fisher said. !
    find a job," Ted Oglesby director of 'And lots of companies want man and Diseases of the foot and leg. with
    Vo-Tech, said. "
    wife teams.
    Gene Tanner said his course in The truck driving course takes only Including medicine Central Air
    heating, air. conditioning and eight weeks to complete, but Fisher surgery, sports Conditioning
    refrigerator mechanics is designed to said it is the best in the best one in the children and foot disorders.
    teach skills at job entry levels. HIS state. "We only have a 50 percent general
    students have a 90 percent employ- graduation rate, but all our students from
    ment level, which he said is high.It will be hired the day they graduate. Phone: 496-2323. SAWYER !
    takes 2160 hour.of study, two We get students from Saudi Arabia
    tears; to complete Tanner's course, and Isreal and people who have been
    but he said most of his students have J I ,.nAADI. CTC1 V 1W1CTAI I Eft
    begun to do part-time work within a "' '''. ...- .... I .... .1 -.-." ..........."
    year. He offers a day class which
    meets for six hours a day, five dajs a HEAT PUMP
    week and takes 18 months to com- $
    plete. He also offers a night course INCLUDES 2 1 00
    which meets four hours, Monday
    through Thursday nights, and takes DUCT WORK .
    24 months to complete..
    Rock Hudson's welding course -. -. 2 Ton, plus electrical work
    takes 1080 hours, one school year, to _
    complete, and he said anything need-
    ed to become a welder is right at Vo-.

    Tech. ,
    Hudson his students with gas ,? 3zq
    welding, and when they can do that
    well, they move to arc or stick I 2tL&ii&i i
    welding. The students learn inert gas j "
    welding and metal inert welding at ,
    the tail end of the course, but Hudson
    said 'This is rebound-it all ties in -;:::: :
    together. If you do one of them good:
    you do all of them good." ttit
    Most of the courses have open en-, I U11sEL
    try/open exit, but cosmetology Instructor -
    Betty Stevens said she jr

    prefers to start her whole class in the .'
    fall and follow'through the course

    outline with sterilization 0 ORt .
    "We start out I-
    personal hygiene and ethics, and then 91vPt.t.o i .. .

    go into hair cutting, setting, coloring ; t ..
    and chemical hair straightening and t

    removal Cosmetology," Stevens students said. must also : %% I

    learn about make-up, facials,
    massaging, and manicuring. They SAWYERAIR
    have to know the muscles, nerves and
    bones of the head, face and arms, and
    know all the diseases and disorders of
    the scalp and skin. They must be in- CONDITIONING
    structed Florida Law which states,
    for example that all containers must
    have lids, cosmetologists can keep! Som values to S35.00 '187 A Calf/ today for a Fr..Surv y
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    nothing in their pockets,and they can- I SERVING ALL OF NORTHEAST
    not treat anyone with'a contagious
    disease. 0 a FLORIDA FROM 6 LOCATIONS

    According to Stevens; It 1 19 Impor IN STARKE
    'ti b keep up !!
    tant for a cosmetologist i1. 9&4-7'701'
    with the latest styles ,in hair and .
    clothes. 1 ,>Ii ;' .
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    ;ai' Q) : Clerk ,CHICKEN MIMOSA' MANOr 'MOBIL' *!I THIIEi'BEDROOM'HOMI on \.--'. NEW AND USED 'WATER
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    three with pond
    S acres, ,
    Typists and General Office'Dutl. Preferably o couple. Call and for Phone TOPS materiel labor
    spaces renn $225 per month. Phone Service. Call for free water
    G,) gCP ... FOP more Information 964-7386 or %.4.845. 7/16 4682912. TEchOI'IOLJSEKLEPIPIO furnished. $75.00.is .
    the 964-7927. Itchg 7/23 analysis" and Information x
    _ please contact 2tchq 723.WANTEDI "' 431.1937.4l6Hn.BILLS .
    and sleepIng MOBILE HOME two'bedroome 964-5673. 3/12 tfn.
    Florida Service Dependable per- '
    Employment room TV and Air, Griff I Loop. SAW SHOP CompletesharpenIng TYPING SERVICE Will do
    209 W. Call St.. son. Must hove high school on service, circular .
    Underwood
    Motel 3 mile No Phone 9648816. at home. Please
    pets. typing my
    education driver license
    Stork., Fl 32091. 7/16 carbide,
    == C North of Stark hand
    I(MATURE COUPlEt live In as and reference Excellent on Hwy Itpd 7.3APARTMENTI blade hollow call Ada Reddish at
    301. 1019 tnchg chain mower
    caretakers, general opportunity for qualified 964-7910. tfnchg 5/21.
    MOBILE HOMESi and ground and balanced.
    Two
    On.
    bedroom. SEPTIC TANK
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    I and Individual. In
    housekeeping caring Apply person three bedroom Leave at Jackson Building
    clean
    g.
    0 ; furnished carpeted paved SERVICE Bradford County
    of grounds. Nice living only at Chickasaw Metals.
    Highway 16 and 225. New Supply In Storke KeystoneHeights
    :cG parking. Security lights.Phone residential pump-outs
    >- facilities and salary 225 E. Andrews St., Slarke. Lake Butler
    required. Itchg 723MATURE owners formerly Whites 964-8265 or apply or $50. We also re-lay drain

    ,) J' ... 964.7537 References or 1-272-3013. LADY to care for Park. Call 4681323. 3/12. 830 N. Temple' Ave., Apt. TFchg lines. Phone 9648121.
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    =- three small children In tin. 3, 8 a.m. til 9 p.m. Itchg 9/28 TFchg.SIGN .
    0 3 BR. 1 BA. LIVING ROOM 7/23 : PAINTING Commercial -
    home.
    = >- evening Mather works.In my Call dining room 6 kitchen Phone 964-9148 or 9647619. and private. We will

    -, 964.3622 before 3 p.m. for central heat and air. In SHOP FOR KENT On Call St. TFchg MACHINES design. Call 964-8669

    G,) ____ : more Information. 7/23 Hampton. Phone 468-1779. Air, heat carpet attractive. SEWING before 3 p.m. 496-3291
    I ((1st month rent In advance .900 sq. ft. In front and REPAIRED All makes anytime. 7/2 tin.
    == I c.J: CIDER MATURE INDIVIDUALwho and adlusted.
    )' 5/7 tfnchg. 900 sq. ft. storage. Phone1 cleaned ailed ANSWERING SERVICE now
    need to supplement LAWTEY AREA 3BR home 964-5648 or 964-7189. Itchg $15. Workguaranteed. available in Keystone

    a retirement or Social with lots of shade $250 7/23 James Are
    a. Heights area. you
    Enroll Now Security check Phone
    per ma. first and last Strickland corner MorganRd. tired of losing business
    For professional den 964-7701 for more Information. month In advance plus WANTEDGOOD and Hwy 16. TFchg due to someone not

    All Cattle & Horse tal care at 25-100% savings Itchg 723'INFORMATION Alaskan' security deposit. JANET M. CHAIN LINK FENCE: Installed. your phone?( i ian.w.rln"
    on Free estimate HandyMan -
    STARLING. Realtor.
    (regardless of present and employment. PRICES PAID for used Call now for details.
    overseas 9648559.
    Fence Ca.
    782-3931
    Feed is Now Mixed. Horse condition of your Excellent Income. Phone FURNISHED or 964-8327.APARTMENT 6/25 mobile home if mortgage TFpeI. 12/BI. 473-3728 or 4732555. 7/16

    teeth). X-rays clean- 1-312-741-9780 extension is 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'SMOBILE TYPEWRITER REPAIR Call 3tchg 7/30.
    With air
    conditioning. $140 SALES BMP WOOD SPLITTER for
    HOME ,
    fluoride treat 4238. 7/23 4tchg 8/13 the Office 110 W.
    Shop
    ings, per month. Call 964-6201 9645606. 7 day rent hauardov. Agrid it.,
    Mol-Mix LDS MECHANIC NEEDED to maintain Open
    Feed and Call St., Starke, for detail*.
    meats, exams more fleet In Gas after 5 p.m. 7/9 tin. weekly TFchg 964-6465. 7/16 8tchg 9/3.
    Hampton. tin.
    964-5764.
    are Free. With group and diesel MOBILE HOME 3BR. 2BA. 24x WE BUY AXLES S TIRES w BABYSITTING In my home:
    experience GLASS CUT TO ORDER:
    liquid supplements. coverage even fillings needed. Large company 60. CHI carpet full kit. axles4- 4 tire $135.00.Del. Doors windows. etc. Christian home love
    chen and all on one acre. 100 children Reasonablerates.
    and extractions are offer benefit and to OllnsMH. Hwy.
    _ _ good JACKSON BUILDING SUPP-
    Near SR 241.18 (Union Co.)
    W Stark. 9645606. TFchg All Call Linda.
    free. dental work. Call 964-8083 ages.
    Every procedure steady 9646078. Order also
    LY.
    read the label of feed. Call 388-5114 or 496-3792. WANTED Used tools both 964-9915. 7/23
    For anytime.
    top quality, our is covered. for a ointment. Itchq 7/9 tin. : taken In Lake Butler

    You'll see what you're getting for your money. This is not a clinic. It TEACHER Pre-School.AIDES Come at St.by Marks 212N. OCEANPRONTTOWNHOUSE Phone mechanics 964-8331 and carpenters.or 496-3079 and Keystone 2tchg PAY 7/30.CASH for used fur
    473-4973. 2/26
    is a non-profit corpora- Church St., or call : Good place 468-1551.9/11 tnchg Heights- niture. Phone Mark

    tion available to ALL. 533-2559 before Wednesday for VACATION. Flagler WANTED Mobile Ham Axles. Ads 964-5648, 9647189. Itchg

    iqator Creek Ranch You choose a dentist July 29. Itchg 7/23 Beach FI. 2BR. fully furn., Paying the best price 7/23

    from a list of participating TYPISTRECEPTIONISTiPrefer big swimming pool quiet for good condition axles. fail Results ENCORE HOUSECLEANING
    uf experienced beach. $350 week or $800 9648331.911 tnchg Service Come home to a
    301 S dentists personIn
    964-6973 : medical Insurance billIng month Including utilities WANT TO BUY used clean hou... Free

    ... throughout your local but will train. Apply in Limit 5 persons no pet. typewriters and adding Huntley estimates. Phone 964-9648
    Monday thru Fri. Call 9648878. 7/9 4tod machines. Must be In Redfearn's or 964-7189. Itchg 7/23
    person
    area.Monthly premiumsare 3 BR 2 BA HOME Saratoga working condition. STRETCH clothing
    day. 2 to 4 p.m. 601 E. Call your
    ClassifiedAds $6.95 for 1 person; St., Starke. Dr. Hernandez'. Height" Stark. $265 per 964-5764. tfn 2/12. cIR VI CES d.llar.at Encore Consignment .
    mo., call 964-8811 or write MOBILE HOME Axles with .. Shop 321 N. Temple.Lots .
    $10.95 for 2; $13.95 for 3; Office llchg 7/23 473-4340
    Lake Butler
    P.O. Box 455. ,
    tires. Will $125. Phone of back-to-school
    CLERK OFFICE WORKER: pay
    for each additional
    $2 Mature, must have someexperience. FL 32054 for appointment. 964-5007. 6/11 ))2tchg : 7i' I or bargains. (Hwy 301)). Itchc
    >erson. Personal check, 7/16 tfn.CONCRETE. 8/27. 7/23

    Get Results none/order. Visa or Furniture. Apply Industries Bradford BLOCK House In __ ____ ;; -.3I1 473-4252 IEED EXTRA CASH Encore
    Stark. :2 bedrooms den. Repairs Of Major
    Mastercard accepted. 301 North. Starke. Itchg STEVE BROADWAYTREE Consignment Shop needs
    Family and business 7/23 $30O month. $200 security : Electric Appliances good quality clothing and

    coverage available. Call STENOGRAPHER: SHOR- deposit. References re SERVICE Serving Bradford & Clay furniture to sell on con-
    THAND AND TYPING RE- quired. No pets. 964.8483 Counties, signment. For more Info
    Ads-I 964-7860 anytime to or 1-726-7651. 7/16 3tchg
    -Union County QUIRED. We will receive phone 964-9648 or
    enroll now. application and conduct HOUSE: 3 BR, 1 Bath unfur. I Removal Lawrence Blvd. Keystone 964-7189. Itchg 7/23

    preliminary Interview nlshed. Kitchen, living

    between 1 and 4 room. dining room. Trimming .
    on
    l SALE FOR RENT p.m.
    .
    HELP WANTED FORSALE FOR
    APARTMENT 2 BR. furnished -
    July 23. 24. 27. and 28. at Visit Clay County' Newest
    ---'
    TRAILER 2X60 furnishedIn our Highland Plant Officeon living room, kItchenette Free Estimates
    OUTSIDE SALESOpening for OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUP- YARD SALESoturday, July Providence. 2 bedroom, County Road 125 Northof 964-5033. Itpd Auction House

    salesperson familiar with PLIES. GIFTS:S.e Union 25. Clothes shoes, books 1 1/2 both washer, dryer Lawtey. E. I. duPont de 7/23 473-4732 '
    auto, parts including heavy County Times open Mon toys tables, bookshelves./ acre lot. Water furnished. Nemours & Company Inc. MOBILE HOME: 2 bedroom After 5 'Co I. Mel Runyon -Auctioneer

    trucks and trailers. Mack day and Tuesday 8:30 a.m. Everything must go 9:30: A/C $200 a month. Equal Opportunity on Santa Fe. Furnished. p.m. Saturdays 7:30: P.M. Keystone Heights

    experience. preferred but to 5 p.m.. Wednesday- a.m. till dark. 315 S.W. 2nd 7527961. Itchg 7/23. Employer M/F.' Itchg 7/23 Available. Aug. 1. $175\ K.ysfon.H.Ights. 4737181Keystone
    not required. Send resumeto closed, Thursday and Fri. St. LB. tchg 7/23. month. Phone 7823933. S

    : PARTS P.O. Box 129 day 8:30: a.m. till noon. See BOYS BEDROOM SUITE: Itchg 7/23

    Lake Butler FL 32054. our 1/2 price table of w/double dresser mirror, WANTEDMOBILE

    2tchg 7/23 7/30. selected gift Items. All chest complete double

    PART TIME SECRETARY: for contemporary cords 50 bed $300, queen-slied Ads S S

    real estate office. Licensed percent off. bedroom suite S400, sofa HOMES WANTED: ,,

    associate preferred. Apply COATS SHEEP PIGS AND w/chair like new $125. Will pay cash for your used HOMES FOR
    10:00 a.m. to 4:00: p.m. at TURKEYS: for sale. Phone French Provincial double mobile home Ray Powell, YARD SALE PERSONAL PERSONAL FOR SALE

    Jane S. Usher. Real Estate, 4963184. 4tchg 7/2 7/9 poster bed dresser mirror 4963377. TFN 4/16. SERVICES SALE

    360 W. Main St., Lake 1976 FORD ELITE: loaded chest night stand CARPOOL WANTEDto go YARD SALE: July 24,25 8 29.One SERVICES! A"ft.'. I._?.. _v._. .__v._..1 "_,__,...__._..__._.1 "

    Butler 496-2126. tfn chg excellent' : .'conditlbfi/gboa"" 50. 'fl Ytitt..r4rigeco9uS1,1waod \n: tram Lake:BuHerBrookerj Jon boat 3-KBmotor. r -,CARPENTER'WORK! HYPNosIsds4hrnq "Pro(: ..1-'idk."ffi' -HiItasst"1e0tV". MAUTIFUL TWO' ACRES.q, I
    7A2. 2995.''DM: $ ''
    14 ,.t 'prop.fl I .
    gas mileage. '' \ .R.maclellngwork. )kitchen, .., fl ; ) 'toint.ilu:
    Hale 496-2171"i TFN 7/2 cable w/tf chairs $I2S. Calr'392-0591 or 46-3568.: coiipressor.4O: ; bdnch .tobl"... and trim B.t.t'owoP1erinfr5 ,!', ..Mf.c.-,,- '". ;PI> ::4t!. f., .q ..rwoOd>,JtlJh.C\a' mies, '* '
    REAL CHALLENGER WATER SKIES: frhone 752.7961 Pro TFN chg 7/23. grinder $40; drill press carpenter Reasonable 'pt.. "lptron hypnosis1'' l47 4367tot,. "6" p..h4..xI S'.north of Keystone,. 24x60 I
    vs 4 ft. fluorescent
    ESTATE Belt $50 excellent condi vidence. $75; lights prices. Call Ed Dempsey at for traditional and Individual I LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE- mobile home 3BR 2BA
    Also for
    tion. Phone 496.2510. DINETTE SET $75 rocker $3 ea. misc. items 473-2477 after 6 p.m. applications Keystone Heights owner carpet CHI A. deep well

    PLANT SALE: All gallon can $25. sofa w/chair $50 FOR YOUR tale. Four miles ease on ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS (smoking weight control. financed 10 percent Interest with delicious water

    LOOKING FOR a specia plants $1. You'll be amazed chest $35 twin bed $45 STATE NEEDS SR-100 to Jasmine Rd to Closed meetings Monday B doctor referral stress lots on clear sand $28.000. Owner will

    piece have of property it. I'll find-It Ifdon't at the varieties. Fig double bed $60 queen bed IN UNION COUNTY Lake.Lakevlew Follow Dr. on Holfmoon. p.m. Open meetings, Fri. reduction etc.) Please call bottomed lake' priced to finance with'reasonable

    .... trees with fruit $3. FREE $100. small apt. size relrig. Residential sign day 8 p.m. Alanon Monday Gainesville, 376-3545. for sell from $9,900. One to down payment. Discountfor
    Just ask JANE S. USHER 'Acreage'Commercial 4732584. Itchg 7/23.
    Sale ends $100, washer $15. dryer 7/9 lake cash. 9123777496.
    English Ivy. 8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7 appointment tfnchg five acres overlooking
    REALTOR 496.2126 MOVING and
    01 August 1. CONTRARY $100 wood sofa wloose SALEjSoturday p.m. All meetings In REDECORATING Expert (access available) with Nights and Sundays,
    496-2903 "You 25 & til 7
    eves. 26
    Sunday July
    MARY'S GARDEN, SR 121 In cuslons $12, white Educational Building. Community painting paper hanging nice trees from $3,500 9122940189. tfnchg 5/7
    Union County Realtor. tfr LaCrosse. Closed Sunday bamboo-glass coffee I Call: p.m. Couch and chair car Church tfnchg 6/4 pressure washing. repairs. $500 down. $50 a month. 3BR 2BA HOME In Silver

    326. and Monday 4621561. w/2end tables $100. Phone Venera Brown tires, clothing etc. 770 S. PRESSURE CLEANING- Interior or exterior. IS Commercial frontage-. Ridge overlooking Silver
    SALE 3 bedroom,
    FOR : Lawrence Blvd. 1 tchg 7/23
    752-7961 Providence. Phone 4732477. tfnchg 7/2 years experience. investment opportunity. Lake. Two miles to
    bath brick ham. located onL'2 4963022Or BIG YARD SALEjThursday
    PERSONALSERVICES NEW FURNITURE Formal PLUMBING REPAIRS-Larry 473-3773. 2tchg 7/16-23 SR-21N. Owner-salesman. Keystone schools on coun-
    ocr. within city limitsof dining table w/6 chairs, Friday. Saturday and Sun. Teague Plumbing. TOP EARNINGS-Earn up to 4734375. tfnchg 7/2 ty owned rood.. $41,000.
    Lake Butler. til 9 .
    extras
    Many II
    day. am
    china cabinet. cost $2.200 pm.Cameras 5/21 *KC DOBERMANS-'Top II 3/4% mortgage,.
    make this home very Sandy Hazen clothing dishes, 4751513. tfnchg $1.500 for your poem,
    attractlv..FORRENTFrame CUSTOM MADEDRAPERIIStFree now $1,200. Queen-sized CARPENTRY AND MASONRY short story or article. For quality only. You are invited 376-0078. tfnchg 6/18 .
    I furniture
    tool ,
    ,
    bedroom suite cost $1.600, 496-3994 appliances visit kennels. BY OWNER3BR. 2BA home
    locatedon WORK-bulld patios, additions Information call 473-4348 to our
    home beds and
    available estimates. local now $750. 752.7961 Pro TV.' remodeling homes between 10 a.m. and 6p.m. 4751228. 5 In Keystone Heights 'poSl03two !: :
    SR231. alior-Attoclalet much more Second rood *"
    distributors far vidence. Itchg 7/23. and tile work. Also pain- 2f pd 7/16-23 WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN acres $69.300"; !
    1 I. For information completelywashable "
    August more 442. on right after Lake Geneva I
    call Moines Real nationally 1949 OLDSMOBILE Tiffin and Owens.Inc. Post Office heading easton ting. Fr. estimates. Ifnchg 64'I.ACRE 473-7130. 3tehg 7"-7(2( 3'Jf'.."J r
    New paint job great running LOTS for sale from HOME 3-b'edroom; I !
    Estate, Realtor 496.3978 advertised Gardsette (.afanDiscover SR-IOO. Itchg 7/23. Phone 473-4473, .during MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMERICAN MOBILE : ;. -
    Itchg 7/23. Draperies. saw Enter condition. A/C $2,400or YARD SALIiFurniture, day. tfnchg 7/2 $2,995. Restricted with furnishedatj.4erttc.bOOxbSO. ; ; .
    best offer. 752.7961 Pro the value In this 3
    prises. Ed or Lama dishes, clothes and other FREE YOURSELF OF UN. lake access. 3772808. ft. .corne jot__-_
    vidence. tcha 7/23. bedroom 2 bath home
    WANTED HAIR with .I.c- LOVi SEAT-new In bags;
    LEGION
    Stephen 4962219.MISCELLANEOUS HAH SR-21. Paradise Ridge' Keystone.
    items on sale at 9 am Fri.
    INSURANCEMAINES QUARTERHORSE Mare and Custom built with exceptlonal day Saturday and Sunday, trolysis. Call for a free consultation Saturdays. 7 p.m. Public in- coffee and end table; tall 15000. Joe Oliver' "-,,
    Colt $800. Phone 496.2126. : features. Barn. 473-7033. Amy's vlted. tfnchq 7/2 kitchen stool. Phone .
    4733155. It
    July 24. 25 8 26. At cornerof pel 7/23 .
    INSURANCE AGENCY Itchg 7/23 pond swimming pool. Electrolysis, 490 Lawrence 473.2789 after 6 p.m. g r'
    : 160 S. Lake Ave., Lake FREE PUPPIES: Bird-dog I pasture, fenced t cross Sylvan. Way 7/23 and PolrrettoSt. Blvd.. Keystone tfnchgl2CARPENTRYcabinets LOSTFOUND'OUND..Small HOTPOINT CHEST FREEZER CARS ---i-:: :"" =:

    Butler. 4963978. Complete cross. Phone 4962126. Itchg fenced low taxes lovely BIG Itchg GARAGE 13.3 cu. ft., lets than a :' "" I

    Insurance Service. TFN 7/23 setting many fruit trees. SALEChildren clothes, shelves, paneling, partitions female' reddish year old $175; Hotpoint TRUCKS; .1., ,.,
    PERSONAL 14'aCres.. See to appreciate. door, window Installations brown dog.c"i"uahuadach.hund washer and dryer less
    .-IIIII! ....... SERVICESWILL Additional 10- furniture. ,and appllanc.s..partlng repairs. E.N. at than a year old $173 I ; RCA 1t7t FORD pINT :!.1 '1I' i
    car accessories -
    acres can be purchased. safe, Bolton 4732520. 4tchg Miller's Supermarket. Friday XL-100 Colortrac 25" color over payments of $1 1849:
    pie gas July 17. 4751850.Clarke's TV console, still under
    BABYSIT: in rny home. Owner anxious to sell. tanks much more. Sotur- 7/2-7/23 per month. Call after 6p.m. :
    Fenced yard and hot warranty $350; full size ., 473-2316. Itpd 7/23 '
    day July 25, from 8 am till I
    bed springs and metal 173 GRAN TORINO-Air
    ,
    meals. Janice Noege1 .
    St. off SR 21outh. Market"Where
    NEW LISTINGS 4962510. 4tchg 7/2 7716 /> .pm. Fairway. Four families Meat frame, $75. See them all at power brakes power I

    7123. ClassifiedAd treasures! tchg 7/23 Quality Counts" second road on right after steering AM/FM. $800.

    6ACRES Septic tank well, off SRI21 ownerwants WILL INSTALL SEPTIC GARAGE SALEiSaturdoy only Lake Geneva Post Office Also topper for longwheelbase

    ca.h. S11.S00.00. TANKS: and drain fields heading east on SR-IOO. truck,. paneled and
    9 am to 9 pm. Across from Keystone Post Office
    pump out tanks, also fill Household good SR.100 tchg 7/23 Insulated SI SO. Phone

    S 20 ACRES Providence ar.a. owner flnanc.c! Pin- dirt. Licensed. Call Brlnce Get Results west off Immokolee Rd. on Commercial Cir. SEARS CERAMIC TOP 40" 4733049. llpe1 7/23

    chgut Rd.CONCRETE. Jones 275.2197 around 7 Itchg 723.GARAGE range with grill, like new.
    a.m. or after S p.m. 716ATTEHTION Phone 964,6974. Itchg 7/23 WANTEDCASH

    block bldg. on SR231. Ideal for shop 0'ham. SALE: Frl., Sat., NEW HOURS I

    .. f ft!is and LPN's I Sunday Keystone Hts.on, Gator SR 352.Bone, Clussificdds Jewelry FOR diamonds GOLD sterling., coins.' ',

    Full and part-time positions available, offer Lake. Itchg 7/23 Open Daily 'Will visit your home
    APPROXIMATELY 13 acres Providence. Some financing -
    376-5235. Mr.
    available. Well septic tank pole ready for Ing above-competitive salaries with shift FOR RENT Get Results anywhere.Rittman. tfnchg 7/2 I

    trailer. deferential. Good benefits with pleasant 8 a.m. 8 p.m.:

    working conditions In an expanding( community MOBILE HOME LOT for
    OWNERS ANXIOUS retired couple. Beautiful Sunday 1 6 ;
    p.m.
    .. Cold
    hospital.Call .. :
    Country store w/acreege. Owner will help finance.IAKEVIEW trees. Across from Lake ,

    Geneva. $55 month. Phone
    "
    HOME Specious well landscaped very Pam Thomas director of nurses 473-2879. tfnchg 5/7
    attractive has small apartment unattached owner MOBILE HOMI In Lake Enargy I

    will help finance. 496-2323 Geneva Park. $140 and up. 473-3843 I r II

    Union General Hospital Phone 4732879. tfnchg 5/7 I I

    BRICK HOME on '/. acre Raiford. Lake Butler COTTAGE AT SMITH IAKI2BR -- Now is
    large living area. fully the

    WATERFRONT LOT $5500.00 cash. equipped and carpeted. n-I-Keep Cool I 11 Shop Keystone Heights time to I
    $225 per month. Phone

    Got You Down? 772-I 775 or 388-3559(Jox). 'FLEA MARKET'
    LAKEVIEW 2 lots. High Cost of Living summerizeyourrnobil
    tfnchg 6/11 Open 116 Daily 473-7181
    lilt 2BA HOME--CH/A. S3SO S
    .
    ACREAGE GALORE Keystone Heights- Dollar Saver Blda. '
    LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow per month. Lake access < .
    Available In Union County. 3760078. Ifnchg 6/18

    4. "'/. .7'/. I3.1S.20.4O-SO.5-. OFFICE SPACI at Keystone : home roof r

    taking application for 1234BR Center.Approximately 400 '\ .
    Pick a number and call me up for more Information ft. month. Call
    These all electric iq. $160 per ''Ev Saf 4 T'QK' 1:3Q With .
    :
    Owner financing or assumable financing en most August occupancy. 473-4961 Keystone rr' ; S

    acreage listed above. units are spacious, with lots of closet Height Realty Realtor. .. .r ,: ;C'I/un/ )".$; '....'!'".. :_U.tIO I1I.II..t ::1 Anvil

    .
    ,
    and all have wall-to-wall
    BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYLarge space, HELP I New Selection Weekly "You Bid" You Buy
    Flu
    Business for sale carpeting, drapes and kitchen appliance. WANTEDCUS'ODIAN Furniture.Giftware Vinyl ,

    Owner will help' finance to qualified buyer On site laundry facilities.. .. Rental '
    1 Much Much MoreToo Many Items To Mention roof coating
    ,assistance 'available for qualified applicants Keystone S

    JANES. USHER '. ( ,.; ,,. ., ,, S Heights Responsible Animal person' Hospital.desirIng .-/I .!'Col"S 'Mel_ Runyafr Consignments Owner Accepted- Lie Auctioneer with. .. a 2 year guarantee. I '

    i. 'I" *" For.applications and information.'please p.rmant..mp'oy' Inside Flea Markitl Open To Public Open f'"'Day*' C weekKtyifonr 5,' .5
    4196-2126 496-290 . JORNUIWX I
    ? hour 6.9
    ment. .
    verting
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    "a....)( 360 W. Main St Lqk$ ButI.r. riL -' p.m. Tronsportetlen essential. : '-.N till' aIti'! ""Man...
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    CLASSIFIED AD FOR SALE FOR SALE, LAND HOMES CARS I
    Deodllng (for Insertion TUESDAY NOON preceding Thursday V per.jr..wwgr ./
    before publlca.fon BEDROOM FURNITURE Two TWO FRENCH POODLES FOR SALE FOR SALE TRUCKSBUICK _,. .-
    Minimum charge 250.: twin beds, $30 each. One One I I. 1 year old with no

    .(Covers I IS Words). set twin mattress and box papers, One AKC with ONE ACRE-WEIL, SEPTIC KEYSTONI-STARKI AREA ELECTRA 22St One
    Itli Each word over 15 I, springs, excellent condi papers, 6 mas. old. All TANK! utility pole, circle New ham. for sole. Also owner. Loaded. No. 1 can. ; Ytlfitkt
    lion, used only 3 mos. $65 shots. $150 each.. Phone dition. dents, .
    I Is 10 cents drive privacy fence, utility quality built homes, $22: No no rust.New 1 ar
    Phone 7823993. Itpd 723RABBITS : 964-5054. Itpd 7/23: tlr... 46.000 miles. r.Y
    Not iponiblo ,for errors when given over! Breeding stock. I HAV FOR SAUl Phone house. Good Phone land. Lawtey. per sq. ft. built on your lot (No collect calls, please).; r'
    Ih* phone or when copy I Is not typed and One buck two does. 8.12 782-3883 or 7823978. Itch!) $6500. 533-2559. or aurs. Adams 4 Hall. Call 964-5336. 7/9 3tchg REALTYPHONE
    tfnchg 5/21. 473-2054 475-2128. 6/4
    or
    brought to the offlcej babies per litter. $35. USED BUILDING MATERIALS 7/23.

    ._ ,......,,, ..... Cages $7 to $12 each. 2x6's, 2x8', 1x6's. and ACREAGE CUSTOM HOMES nowunder I97B VW RABBIT' 38,000 ... r
    -- ------ --'------------------- con.tructlonov.rlooklng
    473-3064 after Sp.m.
    Phone various other lumber. Fill 2.27 acres heavily wooded miles, A/C stereo. / '
    Itpd 7/23 material. Demolition In $6500. Stark. Country Assume payments Call I 964.7776
    YARD SALE FOR SALE LAND TILLER Practically process. Adkins St. f.A.RHARRRR Club. Adams and Hall 96.01-60:20: or 964-5825.1tchg I TEEWILLLGAR 205 N. Temple, Starke

    brand new used approx. 2 (Stork). Old "A" Building. Strawberry Acres '.7 ac. Builders. Phone 473-20 7/23.
    YARD SALE Friday, Saturday USED NEWSPAPIR or 3 times. $::225. Phone Stork school. Burkhalter A..um.0 % or 175.2128.6/4 TFchg.
    Sunday. 3/4 miles ALUMINUM PLATES 24 x 964-5193 473-2287 Wrecking Inc. S.. mtg. OWNER FINANCED 10% In l"7' DATSUN 210 ZiCustomised Bradford Villas offer new concept In lifestyle with
    West off US-301 on SR-123, 9646733. Itchg 7/23: $15,000. low maintenance adult housing offering charm,
    36" .
    25' each. Bradford Salesman on site, 9 o.m. to .**.***** terest. 3 bedroom CB 40,000 miles.Many
    Lawtey. llpd 7/23 AKC REG. DOBERMAN Pup- comfort and quality together with energy efficiency
    County Telegraph, 4 p.m. weekdays. Closed home In Starke. C.ntral extra Best offer.
    GARAGE SALEi Friday. Sat.. 3 weeks old. Will be 14.06 Across S.clud.d..hody. starting at $33,400. Model available.
    964-6303. tfn pies weekends. Itpd 7/23: heat AC laundry.work.hop. Call 964-6020 or 9645825.:
    Sunday July 2426.: NEW CARPET. NEW! R USED ready In 3 weeks. Bred for .21100.. attached Itchg 7/23. * * * *
    -* *** **-
    Fr..x.r'dinette. etc. 637 Furniture 8 Appliances temperament. Championson MOBILEHOMES fireplace, aboveground 1973 DODGI Half-ton We ore proud to off or one el Bradford". Unfit residences,
    N. Walnut St.. Stark.. Itpd Plumb fixtures and pipes both sides, 4 female, :2 10 Acres Approx.! with garage pickup truck V8 engine, tltualod on 33 acres landscaped In magnolia ataleai,
    7/23 BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 males, large bone. Phone large barn and well, pool many extras.Call auto trans. Good work pine .A dogwood flu split roll lone with attractive
    BIG YARD SA1E K.yston. South. 9646679. 39.ILUEBERRIESi 468-2895: or 468-1919 after FOR SALE $23,000. :20% down 30000. truck. $700. Phone barn. Only minute from Stork and Ga/nesvtlfe./ Atchltecturally .
    Ht Half Moon Lake. 6 p.m.ltpd 7/23 *********** 964-8483 or 17267651.: .... .
    > on Bump.r cropl 468-2247.: Hampton. Itpd Innevatftr with "culou. "'''''011 to detail,
    South on SR-100 approx. 4 U-pck! or We-Pick (on FARMALl A TRACTOR All Acres. Approx. With well 7/163tchg7/30. 7/23 this dramatic Florida estate has special Interest' far the
    mile from traffic light In equipment good condi- 2BR MOBILE HOME furnished 10200. KINCSLEY LAKEi 50 ft. lake
    order) 8 o."}. to 6:30: p.m.Monday.Saturday. and power pole connoisseur with a discerning eye for superb oak flooring
    Keystone. Right on tion. MOO. First call. After garage, storage shed *********** frontage x 860 ft. Two 178 TOYOTA Cellco ST .t rich penciling stone fireplace hugs rooms ever

    Jasmine Rd. to Lak.vl.w'Dr. 2:30.6:30 on Sunday. 6 p.m., phone 468-2895 or enclosed porch 1 acre 10 Acres, more or less. Lg. houses, dock private Coupe Auto trans, AC 3,000 sq. ft. CrMA plus overused garage and porch. Has
    Boat, 3 7/23: drive. Call 5332261.: 7/16 PS, disc brakes,
    Jon- hp motor. 468.1919.Itpd power
    Earlton area. :200A 4 milesw.st (fenced), many extras pines. $23.000. everything that any successful executive would denlro.Owner .
    Anvil $45. AutomaticAC USED BUILDING 8/6. AM/FM, vinyl top lowmileage
    $95. and 1.8 miles north of $18,500. 96.016490.30 4tchg
    Janet M..Starling financing pottlble for qualified Buyer.
    compressor $40. Ben MATERIALSt2x6's. 2x8's, new tires
    Melrose. See
    chgrlnder $40. Drill press and signs. Bringcontainers 1x6's and various other Mil MOBILE HOMES Realtor HOMES 964-8321. Itchg 7/23 PREFERRED PROPERTIES

    $75. 4 ft. neon lights $8 please. Longnecker no phon.dogs lumber. Fill material. payments starting at 782-3931 Strawberry Acres 3BR, 1971 CHEVROLET Suburban Move In newf Eastwood Drive 3BR, 28 panelling,
    each. Mar assortedItems. 475-1151 and 173-2702.7/2 Demolition In process. $137.00 per month. John Or I 2BA '.2' acres, fenced, Phone 533-2474 for more carpet large blow down payment If you qualify."
    Friday Saturday Slehg 7/30. Adkins St., Starke.Old"A" Brown Mobil. Home 964-8(27 stocked ponds. $56.000. Information. 7/23 TFn .Country Club trick 4BH, 28 CMtA on 1.75 pretty
    Sunday'. 473-2584. Itchg OKRA FOR YOUR FREEZER Building Stark. school. Canter 4733775.49 tfnchg. .****.pR*... 1974 DODGE VAN with acre* fenced back yard assumable mortgage.
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    7/23: Picked three times a week. Burkhalter Wrecking, Inc. 1910 DOUBLEWIDE Mobile lawteyi BR. I blk. from double bed table and .60." acres beautiful rolling land trooker area.
    FRIDAY/SATURDAY 3 family By bushel or half-bushel. S.. salesman on site. 9 Hamei 2BR 2 Bath 21 ft. TWO CLEARED One Acre school la. shady lot. seats. Good for camping. elO acres 3 M frame home In Theressa area.
    garage sale. Some of Watermelons $1.00 each. a.m. to 4 p.m. Weekdays. living room dining room Lots: with llmerock road. SJ4.000.: 2000.: !Phone 9648699. .3 BR IV* B, brick VA marfg. ,/%. city.
    everything. New Call 964-6S28. Keep trying. Closed weekends. Itpd kitchen fully carpeted Zoned for mobile homes. -***...*****. Itchg 7/23 .rick 3BR l'/ B, CH4A 326. mo. pay. M'/%.

    glassware, novelties, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 7/23: partly furnished. Heat ana One or one-half acre frontor In Country 2'/i ac. appro ."Tee for Two" coy cottage, CN4A. Priced right.
    dishes at reasonable and other Items available. PURE-BRED REGISTERED air. Like new $11,000 back lot. Cash please.NE with 2BR home, grape 1400 sq. ft. fastefvfV decorated CNIA-more In now.
    prices. Corner 301 and SR Odds and ends. Noreasonable ANGUS BULL 3-yr. old. cash. Phone 964.8975.Motorcycle 20th Ave., |lust off NE vineyard orchard.-Ml,500.; LOS DOti 2.009 sa. f,. CtttA ...". 2 B, large '01. Commercial.
    16 at Gulf Station. 9 to 5 Phone 964-8356, JamesGaskins. Reduced $24.500. Generous reward
    10th Ave. Phone 964-7286. Brick 2000 ft., / $41.000
    offer refused. sq. fireplace Oiium. marfg.
    514.RECONDITIONED ...... .
    Also will rent space, TFNchg ****
    p.m. Contact Gayle Denonn at TVSl 7/9 Slpd 8/6 i for return of nine take Braoklyn-Adorabfe. S/l.800.Own.On. $14.500.
    to for selling.Phone In Sterket 2 BR Home
    anyone Bel-Air Apartments US-301 S lOA Cofdhead-tlmber-pola-creek-assum. morfg.Hth .
    old tan
    964.5685 trade-in welcome. Phone year
    or Ads 11000.
    96.01-5180.7123 TFn South In Lawtey. 7/16 Hn. 964-8212.6/11: tfn. 178 HONDA HAWK! 400cc v *****.R...*** t Weimeraner. Had e camp on good Hiking lake with "living quarter
    ENGLISH' RIDING SADDLEi AUCTION Saturday Aug. 1. Asking $900. Phoni Get Results .S7600 far small from home on city lot (needs TIC).
    THREE FAMILY Saturday ..
    2.
    ; 3BR Spanish style red collar and ID
    girth bridle and sheepskin ,,,.
    5 1003E. 11 a.m. For old metal 96.01.5169.7/23 2tpd 7/30 Valuable property an 301 adjacent/ to Co Telephone.
    7/25.: a.m. to p.m. home on Spacious lot In
    Call St. First house saddle pad. Call building by Graham Baptist Stark. $32.000.Jan tags when lost in .200' on 301 1.61 A. Finest commercial property.
    964-6100 between 5:00: and ATTENTIONrSP Lake $4,500I5 30 fob forest Rd. 16 W.Two .
    across from hospital. Furniture Church across street Brooklynarea. acres er Heights on
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    t M.
    baby things, etc 7:00: p.m. 7/16 2tpd 7/23. from Graham Post Office. and UCI Starling Missing toe e I A parcels, appro 4 miles from Starke.

    Itchg 123GARAGE BEDROOM FURNITURE Highest bidder. For more' Child Care In My Home Realtor on right front foot. a Let 42 Sampson lake light' pole, tank-J 16.7001
    SALE Friday Sat.,. Dresser chest nlte stand Info 4851663. Itpd 7/23: Mon. thru Fri. 782-393 $25,000 for 4.M nice acres on 301 N. Highly desirable
    Sunday on SR 352 mattress and box springsfor SEVERAL ITEMS Plaid Day or NightOn Or Call toll free Mrs. House beautiful/ 2244 sq. ft. CHAA close to .hopping.a .

    Keystone Hts., Gator Bone twin bed maple chestof queen-size hlde-o-bed The Circle '9B4-56TT I 64-8M7: Mock 1-800-342-5624 31 acres-.,......- .'Hampton-Own. fin. 12%.
    Lake Itchg 7/23 drawers. Phone sofa $125. Recliner chair Call Ginoer-431-1722 tfnchg if found. .tlt.SOO Worthington Springs store and 2 '01..
    964-5169. 7/23 7/30.
    2tpd
    FRIDAY ONLYt July 24.9 to 5 $60. Danish modern couch T I .10'17. near Country Club SS.IOO.
    APPLIANCES! Refrigerator, $::25. 4-oak ladder back dinIng .
    p.m. Four families. Lots ofitems .4.5 acres really secluded-nice frees $9.000.
    to choose from. .01 '/. $175. Corning top stove choirs$.015. 19"RCA color ".
    40 acres lawfey $42.000-Owner .ance.
    $175. Portable dishwasher$15O. I SEWING MACHINE
    TV $75. DuoTh.rm all OPERATORS
    miles West on 5R16. Forest' All avocado Pears WantedContact .New modern CB star 301 lawtty 52000. Owner fin.
    green. heater 100 tank andfuel
    Heights. 2nd' house on All excellent condition. Sears; 10"gal h.avydutyradial Experienced Sewing Machine .Beautiful Benefit Rd. 0'-133'.2.50'' .

    right. Itpd 7/23 Phone 964-8479 or'* ; Operators. Must be able to work AVi es acres appro t miles' wait of Starke-St. Rd. 100.
    JULY 23, 24. 25 West on SR saw with stand Us for Price and Type Fruit Wanted 901-CB .tor.-$19.500.awn.fln.l
    47 .3809 after 6:30 Lawtey
    : .
    2nd p.m. $200. Phone 9648483Itchg days 40 hour week.
    left
    16, at Handy Way
    Itpd 7/23 7/23 e lot on f. Call St. Call for details
    dirt rood past church. SEARS CERAMIC I II Apply in person, on your vacation, we .7 I-acre 'lots. Brownie ltd. S4.000/A. 20 down/i
    TOP 40"range
    Follow Itchg 7/23:
    signs. with grill like new. 1 DISTRIBUTOR Of BRASWELL FOOD CO. will be open for interviews 7 a.m. to 4 .$.5 acres near Presbyf.Cnurch 4 hospital-make offer.
    .20 acres. Rd. 100 W S27.V90. Owner financed.
    Phone 964-6924
    lOSTFOUNDLOST : or RAND MoMALLY MAPS p.m. Monday thru Friday.
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    964-5714. Itchg 7/23: 43 Ac. tawfey area formerly"Bare Skin Lodge"0,000.
    No Up to 150% Profit .STATESBORO. .GEORGIA "..., ,Starke Uniform Manufacturing 4.7B Acres Rd. 230A B. Wilson/ Rd. $11.700..Ceu.'ry .
    Selling. Servicepre
    Reward IBr.retiVrl of 'J .lIv m Club loj 180'a ,383'-ntce location510.000.e / .
    bull' doaIpWHi btWk ptdtcboverlie BACK' HOE"" Mjnim established, In aacounla,.., ': m ':J"ACgWV'-ffhjtfhe:' 764.619V: ,:;; -,441-Er.BrOWnre ,StStprke'Fla'; Busy Call t Water U. lot 235: '6' Owner". $11.IOO.
    a ,lit/4lchtlt'' of I $3.91. Sec: red 6y Bri. .7000 iq. ft. CB bldg. an Rd. I4f Owner fin.
    Bradford C6iin>V"Hospital. ventory and equipment.Call I$5oo".I"com. four furn. rental-Co/I Bay'55.000.
    about 7 whs. ago. Phone TOLL FREE Realtor Associates-After Hours
    782.3175 or 7823780. Itpd 1-800-833-2246 ext. 112. Portable Buildings Wayne Douglas Broker-Salesman 964-4593
    write S. E. Inc. 811 Cleaning
    or Carpet
    7/23 y___ Atlanta Rd... P. O. Box I. ,ll ; I 'SUZUKI OF STARK Byron Terwlllegar447774 lannan-496-3140
    283. Camming. Ga 30130. Mariana lta.'U.505 Martha Dorko-712.3397
    MISCELLANEOUS By ''ljJ iI \ Anna Terwillagor Nelson-47S-l677
    Hwy 301S 964-6020

    FREE CUTE 'PUPPIES Half m North Carolina Mtns. [ Teal Tile & Carpet iSHK MM423 lii 6X10 thru 12X50 p
    half terrier. Small
    ,
    but poodle good watch dogs for In ...,, only A Day Away / Classified Ads Get Results ...

    or 964.6823.out: Itpd doors.7/23 Phone Mountain Acreage PROFESSIONAL TREE SERVICE ,.

    Home Sites Farms rjL :AH Types .Insured "W. Pickup, Dutcher Chill Cut end Wrsp"HAROEE'S

    BUSINESS.OPPORTUNITIES. Investments -, FREE ESTIMATES Starke ,Shoe Repair

    Custom Homes Call Thomas 0. Nettle .,
    416 E.; Call St., Starke
    491373 Lake Duller
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    COMPLETE JEAN and ..port.w.o.hopa)14,850. -SPECIAL-. 1

    .location:.cglU cot.) .. Your Amy Rustic Cottage, 2 Bedroom, 24500.00 LIMERO MEAT MARKET .Now Open During Lunch Hou'ft4Mon. /

    1.904.7SiF45! 9..\ !Ifrd 7/23 Lake Lot, $16,500.00 From the Pen to the PanWe thru Fri. 8 to 5
    Roads & make Eesler far You ,
    For Drive-ways
    /in SCHOOLS,',, Owner Financing. : I Sat 8 to 4:30
    Bldrs Sands 96006
    All Types Rock &: "
    2 Acres for $3,000.00FREE .
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    .andt -N." 20 yd. Semi-loads Only 218 E.WASHINGTON ST. OPEN MONDAY.SATURDAY

    BROCHURE Allen Tavlor I Lawte 782.3172 !'I I .STARKE, FLORIDA 32091 984-0725 General Shoe ,Repair Leather Repair

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    S."'" Tni LPriveisf4SMNvV : Development Co. Inc.
    MOBILt HOME
    Equipment Moore'seSfcatra rillg :Results

    .,. TOII. Sran.sE.totally P.O. Box 479 Jimmy .SERVICE" POLES.
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    I I J24464: Murphy. N.C.28906 Phone II
    Starke MOBILE HOME
    extra cash* -- sssr ..asaaaarr INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS ,

    We buy cans. S.30Lb ,.:IIpo.964.5791 200 CMP
    Florida "
    Also other metals POLICIES AT
    Turn Trash into cash REASONABLE RATES

    Bradford Recycling .. .. .
    (N. Temple Ave New 12' Lowe Alum. Boat. sone .. WARNINGHurNcane

    964-5938 By BUARC Merc. 9.8 hp 1979 Used, :, . . . SPECIAL' oil O season It uponus
    Operated //'you' are one ol the
    few who don't hove ,In. W.II

    Deluxe, turoneo II and when
    Wooden Pallets New 14 ft. Stumpknocker, a
    Drilling
    "urr/ca..opprooch./ ., you
    112/ Price casting platform, built? .. won'( be able lo purchase yTfirSV ""

    insulated ice box ? l 'r Mobil.Homo Insurance .
    in ; Fast Rotary
    Used pallets So fake advantage of the,

    of all sizes 2 wells, Mere 18 New., t'-1 JjV' . ., .. . . . $19 7 5 Circumstances' and pure Drilling Equipment

    3 .': ,ha., your insurance nowOlln'tMobllo ..-TAT: ::.".UCeNSEDMPumps ..
    Acres
    Call Sunshine order: <. New Lowe 14 ft. ;W\,\ '<:. :A;:, V; Horn Solo
    and .
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    > FREE QUOTESPhone96.5606 .** *> ete.e>ee...
    ,With bait well. | IJ. "; ,
    964-7699 i
    995 New & UsedSalesPartsService
    Used 9.8, Merc . .'.'i: . W. . . . Blaine M. Olin Agent
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    { Used 15 ft, Glastron Bass/itoat, ; .: ..--...E-Z.......Terms-...................
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    lake City local DIH. 2795 New Installation
    Archie Tanner Funerpn\ Trolling motor, . ,' ,'i'-..! '. ... ,. . . . i We finance our own

    Home. L Qualified Machaniq, KIR8YS _Remodeling.-....... ._Repairs._-_.
    964.5757"Slade.. Fl. 1 : Service ROYALS i
    For Your Car Repair Specialists EUREKAS 1irrnc" :J'

    ;MOBILE HOM&, I Foreign & Domestic Merc, Outboard Mercruiser SternDrive Fiberglas Repair HOOVERS PUMP

    INSURANCE ,: I Specializing! ;' ELECTROLUX

    HOMEOWNERS'- ,- ,* Front End ,\;* Brake. Work:' ,FILTER. QUEENS'SCARS &
    SUPPLY
    POLICIES
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    "EASON(14E''RAtES! I : t r, 7uneUps i .We repair all mattes.ALYNNfi'S. COMPANY
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    Girl Scout News


    News Briefs ll ( *- _. _. .- -..-.,- ," .-,' .0--" Carolyn IEavesGateway -' -The'970'acre Camp Katerl is located]
    ... i*. 'M i) f"'Olle 1! fr..,1 in Putnam and Marion Counties. It is
    ,:) the focus of Gateway Council's major:
    driving was estimated At $1,200. juries and released after being taken hOSPltaUpokesman'. Girl Scout Council is the camp development plans for the com
    Stolen Truck Netted on'tJS-WJ
    The car was southbound :
    The car was going west on CR-li B to the emergency room at Bradford ) recent recipient of a grant for$75,000 ing yean. :
    After Traffic ViolationsA when a deer ran onto the highway ani d County Hospital in Starke. Damage to' when the'pedestrian who 'was'crossing from "the ,Jessie Ball duPont; The new dining hall facility will accommodate
    was hit, according to the Florid;i the 1973 Pontiac sedan she was drive the highway was'ptrUck'by'the. Religious,' Charitable, and Educational 250 people at one sitting
    Gainesville four traffic violations man was and chargedwith later Highway Patrol. ing was estimated at $1,000 car, according to Lawtey Police Fund. The funds, matched by and,will be used for many other camping
    No citation was issued by Troopei r Green was going south on CR-230A Department. the Girl Scouttt with monies from Girl' 'and training activities. On some
    charged with stealing the truck he W. M. Abrams who and reported to the Florida Highway No charges were filed after the accident ,
    investigated th accident in the
    after
    was driving an was investigated by Lawtey
    v Patrol that she forced off the
    accident. was of small three
    a of in two or
    piece
    camp property feeding 500 or more
    parking lot of Pine Forest Apart- Police Chief M. M. (Butch) Jordan."
    two other vehicles make :
    highway by CJia
    will be
    used to for will the
    of in pay construction shifts. The hall serve as camp .
    ments, 175 feet south SR-l00
    UCI Inmate Dies turn too short into her lane of4
    ing a kitchen/dining hall at Girl Scout headquarters and will occasionally be
    Starke at 8 m. on Saturday,July 18.
    p traffic. She became
    After Seizure in CellA apparently Camp Katerl. used by adults for weekend
    Nathaniel Poole 31, of Gainesville, scared, accelerated through the Intersection 4 Arrested in B&E .
    was not injured, but damage to the Union Correctional Institution Inmate of CR-100A and CR-230A, At Hampton LakeA Griffis Reunion Planned workshops and and present conferences.Past use of the camp
    1974 Ford truck he was driving was became ill in his cell and died a i and lost control on the south shoulder has been limited to troops who wish to'
    estimated at $225. short while later in the UCI hospital; of CR-100A,crossed over the highway! Gainesville man was arrested by The Griffis family reunion will be style, and cook all
    Damage to a wooden post owned by 1:05: Friday July 17, accordingto ; going north, ran into the north side the Bradford County Sheriff's Depart- held Saturday, August If from noon camp their ,own primitive meals over fires. Most
    Ronnie C. Davis was estimated at$25. David Skipper, Department of Cor ditch and struck a tree, according to ment, along with three juveniles for until ? ,at the Raiford Community to enjoy canoeing and
    The truck backed into the wooden rections spokesman. FHP. burglarizing a home on Hampton Center in Raiford, Fla. groups come
    post next to the parking spaces in Robert Dean Hall, 32, was Charges are pending location of the Lake at 12:30 p.m. Friday, July 17. Families are asked to bring a sailing on the camp's two freshwater.
    front of Apartments KS and 6, according discovered by a correctional officer two other non-contact vehicles and David Orin Ezell:: 20, of Gainesville, covered dish. Any information on lakes :the: hall is completeand

    to the Starke Police Department.cited ast 12:05: a.m. having an apparent completion of investigation of the ac- was arrested along with three family history such as family Bibles, ."Once we have a dining way to feed a lot of people
    Patrolman E. W. Wilkerson seizure on the floor of his cell, accor- cident by Trooper W M. Abrams. juveniles on a charge of pictures, log books, etc., and anychildren's in shorter time and in a more
    Poole for refusing to sign a citation, burglary/grand theft of the Charles athletic a
    ding to Skipper, and was rushed to the equipment such as
    leaving the scene of the accident, UCI Hospital. Fraud ChargedIn Howell residence on Hampton Lake, horse shoes, baseballs, softballs, etc., economical way, we will continue to
    failure to report an accident, no valid Dr. Kristopher Szczudlowskl according to the BCSD. will be appreciated and add permanent tent units, cabins and
    pronounced FmllA LoanA enjoyed by
    back bath houses to the camp", says Coun-
    drivers license and
    improper the inmate dead less than 30 The arrest was made at Ezell'sresidence many.A .
    / minutes Brooker man was arrested Mon- in Gainesville, with the band is cil President Betty Skinner. "We expect
    ing.Poole later. His body was taken to Bluegrass expected and ,
    has been charged by the Munroe Regional Hospital in Ocala day,July 20, by the Federal Bureau of assistance of the Alachua County several gospel groups have been in to expand facilities to handle
    Union County Sheriff's Departmentwith Investigation after he Sheriffs Department. hundreds more girls and adults each
    where an autopsy was performed on was Indicted by vited. For further information,' call
    grand theft-auto. A spokesman the convict's remains. Cause of deathis a federal grand jury for defrauding: A spokesman for BCSD said items Jerome Griffis, 964-5682, or Inez summer. We also plan to use the
    for UCSD stated the truck, belongingto not known, according to Skipper. the government in obtaining a pilfered include a pair of binoculars, Faulk, 964-5678, descendents of camp more often on weekends'"
    Douglass'I'imberCompany of Lake Farmers Home AMFM radio, frozen meats canned throughout the school year,
    Hall has served less than a year of a Administration'. Mathew Gay Griffis and Liza Starling
    Butler, was stolen from Ward's Gasa ten year sentence for lewd, lascivious (FmHA) loan. drinks and several flashlights.Ezell .tct.......,..-..
    nd Tire. SR 121 south of Lake Butler. assault in Duval County. Robert L. Long, 63, who has is being held in the Bradford
    residences in Brooker and Crestview, County jail in Starke in lieu of$15,000
    !Man Hit Killed, Car Truck CollideAt turned himself in to FBI agents. Long bond. Martie's Body Shop
    On Weldon StreetA Raiford CornerA was indicted for defrauding the
    government when he helped a August 9 DeadlineFor
    Starke man Thomas Elmore and truck Palatka area farmer obtain loan S 496-2679
    car pickup were involved a QualifyingAs SR 231 -
    Henderson, 53, was struck and killedb in a traffic accident at the intersec- from the Bank of Lake Helen, according j
    >' a Jeep as he crossed heavily tion of CR-199 and Pine Street, two to spokesman for the Gainesville Demo Delegate Lake Butler
    traveled US 301 at Weldon Street in miles south of Raiford at 12:45: p.m. office of the FBI. The indictment August 9 is the deadline for qualify-
    Starke at 18:44: p m. on Friday,July 17. on Saturday, July 18. made last week stemmed from a lag to run for delegate to the Florida
    Roger Dale Hayes, 22,of Lake City, Glenda Lois Shadd, 32, of Raiford, !lengthy investigation by the FBI and Democratic Party Convention in
    was not injured, but damage to the was not injured, but damage to the investigators from the U.S. Depart- Hollywood, October 9 10. Rear Sliding
    1 1976! Jeep truck he was driving was 1980 Chevrolet sedan she was drivingwas ment of Agriculture Inspector Any Democrat registered in Brad-
    estimated at $100. estimated at $600. General's office, according to the ford County is eligible to run for a Dupont Acrylic Paint
    The Jeep entered US 301( from the Benny Murle Woodham, 50, of Glen spokesman. delegate position from this county. Glass WindowSpecial .
    Pizza Hut Restaurant parking lot and St. Mary, was not injured, but Long, who turned himself in, was Registration blanks may be obtained Complete Exterior
    traveled South on US 301. Henderson damage to the 1974 pickup truck he arraigned before federal magistrate from: E.L. Matthews, chairman, and $6995
    was attempting to cross to the eastside Jewelle Brown vice chairman of the
    was driving was estimated at$400. William Wade Hampton,who set bondat ,
    of US 301 when he was struck and The Chevrolet was going north on $10,000. More arrests in the case Bradford County Democratic Com- $15995
    killed in the lane nearest to the CR-199 as the pickup truck was turn- are expected, according to the FBI. mittee; Jimmy Crosby, State Com- Reg. $95.
    highway, according to Starke Police ing right from Pine Street onto mitteeman; and Desta Dyal, State Reg. $250.
    Department.The CR-199. The car crossed to the left of Man Survives Committeewoman.The .
    accident was investigated by the center line and struck the truck, Hit CarA Democratic Committee will
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    Patrolman E. W. Wilkerson. according to the Florida Highway meet later in August to elect We Do All Types Of .
    Homicide investigator was Patrol. rural Lawtey man was not delegates to the convention. --- --
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    charges were filed by the police. W. M. Abrams who investigated the front of a car on busy US 301 at CR-225
    The fatality was the fourth In Bradford accident. in Lawtey at 7:35 a.m., on Monday,
    County in 1981, being the second July 20.Lydia. Sawyer-Slade
    one in the City of Starke. Kay Starling, 19, of Lawtey,
    Forced Off Road, was not injured, but damage to the
    Deer Killed On Road Lady Crashes CarA 1967 Chevrolet sedan she was drivingwas
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    was struck and killed on CR-18, west run off the road by two uniden- Starke, where he was admitted for,
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    Cornell Mitchell Clark, 32, of on Sunday, July 19. his head, with bruises and lacerationson
    Slarke was not injured, but damage Katherine Marie Green, 73, of the left side, according to a
    to the 1'JUO Chevrolet sedan he was Keystone Heights, was treated for in-


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    i and after much .lhl ,. f;: n ._l1. II
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    '" ,(' fun, the gifts,, were opened, by.firs. I '''I'' ". '." f' i
    CHURCH ACTIVITIES their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Wheeler. During the ,evening,',,, the J" ,I', '. ,
    HIGHLAND BAPTIST and Mrs. D. O. Brown and Shawna. escorting husbands of the; ladies at- .
    The church had Vacation Bible CHURCH: ,Harry Crouch and sister Carol tending the shower held their own inr j
    July.20 School Crouch. of Jacksonville, spent the watermelon party. Later they joinedthe
    through July 27
    7:30 p.m.TilE each\ night at weekend with Mr. and Mrs. D. O. ladies for refreshments.New r rrllJ
    Brown,All of them had a big fish fry ",
    KING'S CHURCH.- on Saturday night. Music Minister
    has The Mr. James Ellison of Jacksonville Welcomed Highland I

    Hour membership Prayer just Watch completed In a 24 spent Sunday with Petty Officer 1st Highland Missionary Baptist "... j
    members which, Class and Mrs. Joe Harris. Church has called and welcomes as f.
    for
    here.prayed guidance in their Mrs. Betsey Dunman of San Antonio Minister of Music Mr. Jimmy Sheetz tw
    ministry
    Terry Oglesby will be .Texas,and Dianne,visited Mrs. and as pianist,his lovely wife Vereda. .:.. --
    i teaching a Dunman's brother-in-law and sister The first choir practice was held Sun-
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    'Precept" class
    who is beginning soon. Mr and Mrs. Timothy Wilkerson and day after church services and will be .
    Anyone interested in i.
    studying family on Tuesday and Wednesday.Mr. held each Sunday evening at 7 p.m. i
    the scriptures In this
    "Precept Upon and Mrs. Bill Crouse and fami- Mr. and Mrs.Sheetz have been suc- .1
    Precept' idea should call the parsonage ly visited their brother and sister-in- cessfully working at San Mateo First
    782-3238 or Teresa Oglesby. law Mr.and Mrs.Jim Crouse of Ohio Baptist Church. o'r
    We. are praising the Lord ;
    members for the who are vacationing at JeckyliIsland The song service each Sunday morning :, ,
    new we. are adding to our Ga., for a few days. has become Inspirational and ex- ., .:"'.,.
    fellowship weekly.PERSONALS
    Mr. and Mrs. Frank Starling and citing. We urge all members to join us .

    family of Bryceville, were Sunday in our growth. Special training and ,
    : dinner guests of their parents Mr. musical programs are being planned.We h. '
    Jon Love of
    son Rev. and Mrs. and Mrs. Fleam Starling. welcome anyone who would like to r
    celebrated
    Love his ninth birthday Mrs. Alma Bell Biggs of Starke join the choir. ,
    this month with 14 guests present. celebrated her 85th birthday and the School services held .It "N" ,,'or
    Cake and Sunday are ....... "'; '. .
    punch were served and family had a reunion at the music each Sunday morning at 9:45 with

    games. and played Mrs.afterward.Mr. park on Sunday afternoon. There wasa worship services at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Butcher Block...
    Oscar Carter are in large crowd present. Wednesday evening Bible Study at 7 I
    Smokey Mountains N.C., and will Mr. and Mrs. Dan Creagor and p.m. ...Is holding its grand opening today.July 23, through Aug.their delicatessen specialties including cheeses' and
    spend a month there. daughter Vera Danette of Glen Rock, 6. Owners Bill Starner (left) and Mike McLeod stand with homemade sausages and salads.

    Mrs. Jimmy Ceballos of Jacksonville Wyoming returned home Tuesday, Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. H
    gave her sister Mrs. Gary July 14 after spending two weeks with James D. Kelly included their grandson
    Wheeler a stork shower at her home their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dyal. Mark Kelly and children Mark The Butcher Block Holds Grand Opening
    :Saturday afternoon. Mrs.' 'Wheeler While they were home, about 30 and Crisse; Sunday dinner guests
    .received lovely gifts. They' served relatives and friends gathered for a were their son, Bob Kelly and Mary
    sandwiches, cake, ice cream and party on Mr. Dyal's birthday July 4. Ellen Walters of Jacksonville. Sunday Julia Howard up," Starner said. else in this area has
    drinks. Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly attended afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs: by The Butcher Block buys its poultry "We are trying to offer Ihe best pro-"
    Mrs. Wayne Hardee visited her the New River Baptist Church I Donald Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. BCT Staff Writer from local growers. "As far as we're duct we can at the best value, and we
    ..mother Mrs. Thelma Carter of Clay Homecoming at New River on Sun-. Johnny Torode of Starke.Applications Having worked in the meat concerned they are the finest." hope the volume will help us keep our
    Hill, Thursday. They went shopping day, July 19. business for 32 years. Bill Starner and Starner said they bring other meats, prices down," McLeod said.
    in Jacksonville. Mrs. Elsie Norman camped over a his partner, Mike McLeod have open- including pork and lamb, in as they Starner started in the incut
    Coleman Phillips of Starke visitedhis week at Camp Blanding with her ed their own business. The Butcher need them. business in 1949 driving a (ruck, and
    mother Mrs.,.O. J. Phillips and grandsons, Jim, Kenneth and Kevin To Be Block in Starke on SR-100.) The Butcher Block also sells he said he has worked his way
    brother Danny on Sunday, July 12. Norman, Pam and Cindy Taylor, Accepted July 27 Starner and McLeod have been in macaroni, potato and ham salads using through slaughter houses and right on
    Friends of Ray Rosier regret to Pam Crews, 'Jamie and Lamar their store since mid-March but their Starner's special recipe. "We up to having his own business.
    learn that he is a surgical 'patient In Crews. Alan and Anthony Wood. Monday July 27 marks the day the grand opening begins today July 23, make all our own fresh saugage In-
    Orange Park Community Hospital as Parents visited from time to time. Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission and continues through Aug. 6. cluding our own hot Italian, sweet McLeod has been in the grocery
    of'July 14. He underwent surgery on Tommy Crews returned home. will begin accepting applicationsfor At their grand opening, McLeod Italian, Polish saugage and link business for 14 years-since he was Hi;
    July 15. Our prayers are with both of Saturday by plane from Fort Wayne, permits for three of its public hunting said they will have lots of good buys. saugage," McLeod said. "And we years old-and has been culling meal
    them. Ind., after visiting his uncle, Mr. areas. "We'll have several buyonegetonefree have German bratwurst which no one for 10 years.
    Miss Enza Blanchard was honoredon Wayne Coley. They went to Canada, Eddie White of the Commission's items and a couple of door prizes. --
    her 93rd birthday with a party on Detroit, Toledo and Chicago.Mrs. Division of Wildlife said applicationsfor We want to show people the selectionwe
    Wednesday, July 15 at the Baker Nur- Dan Kilpatrick and son Billyof permits for the Upper and Lower have," he said:
    sing Home at Macclenny. She received Gainesville spent Saturday after- Hillsborough wildlife managementareas Starner and McLeod buy their beef Announcing the Opening of
    several nice gifts and cards. Her noon with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Troxell. and the Tosohatchee State En- from Iowa In carcass form and they
    sister;Miss Arthurine Blanchard, and They were former neighbors from vironmental Preserve will be do all the cutting themselves. Most
    available July 27 at the Tallahassee it in boxes
    Miss. Elizabeth Terry served Boca Raton Fla. grocery stores buy alreadycut
    homemade cake and ice cream, for Mr. and Mrs., Mickey Moore and office, the Orlando office and all up. "There is no way to control
    refreshments.Mr. children spent a week at Kingsley regional offices of the Commission. your quality when you get it already
    Maps and regulations for the areas In McLeod said.
    and Mrs. James Phillips of Lake last week. boxes,
    Lake Butler, visited their mother Glen Taylor spent the week with may be obtained from the same loca- Starner said everybody likes to go
    Mrs. O. J. Phillips, and brother Dan- Ann Starling's son Derrick of tions as the permit applications. For to grocery stores where they can do
    ny on Monday evening. Jacksonville.Earl more information on the Tosohatchee all their shopping, but he said they The Eyeglass
    Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hardee spent Parrish of Brooker visited Mr. Preserve, interested persons can contact would like to break that tradition."I .
    with the Ocala office of the Commission feel that we can give them ser-
    Wednesday July 8 their son-in- and Mrs. Cecil Hardee on Friday of
    law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mike last week. at 18003429620.(( Information on vice that nobody else can, and better )
    Crapse, Jr., of Hinesville, Ga. Friends of Terry Futch of Jackson- the two Hillsborough areas can be ob- quality. By buying the cattle straightin
    Mr. Stewart Beckett and grand- ville Beach regret to learn he is a tained by contacting the Lakeland of- ( carcass form) we can keep our
    daughter Suzanne Beckett were heart patient in Beaches Hospital at fice of the Commission at prices lower as long as volume stays
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    Wednesday dinner guests of Mrs. Jacksonville Beach. His brother and
    Myra Rafuse Miss Beckettrof Con. sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Benton r
    necticut, was'visiting her. grandfather Futch; of Starke, visited him Sunday. P"
    Mr. Stewart Beckett,, at They also came to see their aunt Miss One l
    Kingsley Lake. Elizabeth Terry. Please remember Buy Fashion Frames for tlie Entire Family

    Jonathan and Pam Teston in ,. .
    Terry prayer. '
    (children of Mr. and .Mrs. Wayne Pastol.Jl(1J1.1u..DavId.Brown.U. a.: ,_fa> Jji.-.tI. ,',. ,*,_ I.3.-i ., 'l _, ,,, .,
    TPston) of'SOTySTTJHrere' guests oft ?tlltti.i Mp...-*.l.ariry'"i,Norman l.and.dalKhter Free 4".. iy ""=.. :;..;.;.... :::. ..J. ... _-f'.r _. a 5. re'_ '"rw ''.r.7 ,..... ,-n .. -
    t||grand rs.. Earl Tcspn!{ > TOWW ''lar/t1M: / '$!:Dlti'SYJIya' 1r I
    a Aunt N f; Saturddf ;n. ,w.! g,-Mrs. Purvis Brown,Mr. and Mrs: lu Mleailia1l ibs Recta it Located At:
    >lr, and Mrs.rank Martin, Jr., of Johnny Griffis, visited Mr. and Mrs: e Prescriptions Filled US 301S & Edwards Road
    Independence Miss., are' spendingthree Ray Rosier in Orange Park Com- Expires July 29, 1981 e Lens Across from Community Bank
    weeks ''with their' son and munity Hospital.Mr.-Rosier is getting Duplicated 964-8588

    daughter-in-law.,and Mrs.:_Gary along real well. Let's continue to pray. Beer 45 964-6877 e Sunglasses OPEN: Mon., Tues., Thur. & Fri.

    Wheeler. for him. e Senior Citizen Discount 9 am. \" pm
    301 S. Starke
    Mr. and Mrs. James Anders 'of (anytime) Wed. Ie Sat 9am1 pm
    Palatka, and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Baby Shower Honoring I_ _
    Anders Sr., of Starke visited their Mrs. Frances WheelerA
    mother Mrs O.:J.Anders, on Friday, baby shower was held Saturday, Summer Hours 4 pm til 10 pm Rodney L. Sumner, Owner Licensed Optician
    and brought her lovely birthday gifts. July 11, honoring Mrs. Frances
    Her daughter Mrs. Pauline O'Toole Wheeler and her new son Juston
    of Los Angeles, Calif., and her grandchildren Kory Wheeler who was born June 20.
    of Texas called her on the Theshower was given by the ladiesof
    p ne with,birthday wishes the WMU at Highland Missionary ,
    1 5. Gjafy Wheeler was the honoree Baptist Church, and held at the home
    a( stor;Shower in fellowship hall at jBt 'j" of Mrs:Alma Langley. '4 A_
    F Ba ptst Church Thursday night. -J V:' Invited guests at the shower included -
    A r pi' '1 fngj'games, Mrs. Wheeler Mrs. Nancy Sheetz, Mrs. Alma J i,
    u ned {lovely gifts..The ladies of Langley Mrs. Mamie Barrett, Mrs. (
    th chur 'yad.nuts, mints cake Daisy Boch, Mrs. Nellie Wilkerson.
    ai punch Te' !: }ents. 'Mrs. Jenna Elam, Miss Ilene
    rs. M uHr"J-andoD.ebbic' Wheeler, Mrs. Elgin Wheeler, Mrs.
    of amps o_Jtt.fwf niece Fran Shemer; Mrs. Bertha Griffis
    B wn hot ; list Saturday. Mrs. Helen Burch, along with the
    r. and Jrs.'(Herman McHugh ofJacksonville 'honoree, Mrs. Frances Wheeler and

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