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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 30, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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\ Come October 1,.if Bradford County tion, differed a little in their response I tional discount :'Of their, insurance
has not budgeted adequate funds for to the situation. Harvey said the premiums ranging from 7 to 28 per
lire protection in the unincorporated County Commissioners had insultedthe cent as a result.
Puzzling it Out... / 'f areas,. most-if not all-the.county's voters of Bradford County by The Volunteers also expressed'in
Y Above John Mathews, contractor for construction of power plant engine enough to allow the low pressure gas eight volunteer fire stations will curtail stating that many people voting in dignation at allegedly being referredto
the gasifier unit at the Starke power plant; Bob Gurln. made by the wood burning Into the engine. or discontinue service in their favor of the fire tax district last "by"' some Commissioners as
project director, and Goerge Graudons. power plant One of the wood burning units was fired up for the first assigned areas. November' didn't" know what they chimney savers.'\One volunteer said
superintendent, discuss how, to lower pressure In the time last week. The test run revealed leaks In the gas con The reluctant decision was made at were voting for. He favored a shut "Well, at least,toe chimney ,savers
ducting tubes and the pressure problem. v,< >a meeting of the Fire Protection down of all fire protection by the have managed 'to save the protein
Council in the Heilbronn Springs fire Heilbronn station u the county antewasn't plant several thousands of dollars-"

I :Wood Burner Test Fired First TimeAfter :}house! Monday night, Jury' 27. ,however,upped.said he believed Terry McCarthy in struggK' .The Monday meeting;: .was held in

The/ bal( news for .volunteers ,was ing as long as' possible. He said McCarthy's garage fire station)
',that instead of getting an expected Heilbronn's fire rating improvedfrom ,against the backdrop of a large, hand
; '.$125,000 from 10 to 9 on July I and that printed sign saying: 'Homer plus
annually hoped-for
In the test last week not a property
an 'initial test-firing of the firing An expert from the : "
F.W. plus Nook Themselves.
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gaslficatioltunits fMSTU (Municipal- Services Taxing owners are now receiving an addiBudget- I
wood-burning gasification units at the enough BTU's (British Thermal Unitsof Florida who looked at the -' ,
Starke power plant, contractor John heat were developed to make a Friday said to operate the 1,000 : Unit), they now face a possible cut- A-.. l I
Matthews has withdrawn to Dunellonto 1,000 KW generator in the city power KW generator the wood-burning units y back from$16,750 to$12,000 In proposed r. .. I
work on developing enough heat to plant pick up'speed, according to would have to develop enough heat for funds' for volunteer departments .JK
DOwer a generator. Power Plant Supt. George Gra,! .... 180 PSI (pounds per square inch) the the, upcoming 198M982' budget.. Battle
4 '4));I 34'!" ,*,;' way the unit is hooked up now \'h The good news" 'was-well, in the ,

f "'It. ': Plan now, Graudons says, is'to try eyes of volunteer firemen, there just
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takevalves rather than through the impasse. volunteer ,Revenue Down, Expenses Going Up
turbo-charger. Each piston. has. two Spokesmen for six of the

inch intake valves as opposed tq one nations attending Monday.in night's Florida counties, 'including Bradford, are between a
II' -Inch valve In the turbo charger, meeting gave a firm "No" answer
rock and hard
a place when it comes to financing present
.to.the question who would and who
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Graudons out. Forcing the ?
/' Into the generator points through intake gas would not:accept the $1,000 annually, needs and services for their taxpaying citizens, county
tcTJiL Ji4 valves entails combining oxygen and 'currently/alloted them in last week's budget CPA Pat Farnsworth told members of the Starke
gas, which can be explosive. That's trial baukion budget workshop., Rotary Club last week.
f why the experiment will be performed No' "Y* (for acceptance) was The old trick of matching Income with outgo is becoming
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in Dunellon. Graudons said UMJ .,
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present conditions.
work would be "disruptive''.' oiHhe } he did not have authority,
.pormal 1 operation at theppyip) P nt :'CaB'1b\l. tbbat'Brs\(bnSUltII1..K. ,his ; Farnsworth said. The state legislature didn't.,help any ,
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"Mathewsbbri' \vld'5fF ;; 'as "usuair'was noT and $25,000 next year, the budgeteer declared; While
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hooked generator up at the power plant and '4._fregrescnted DeRifch Green, of meeting.the Graham station this offered some relief to homeowners, it narrowed the ad
I' has taken the engine back to his plantin said. "We weren't making it on valorem tax base and placed an additional burden on
Dunellon.. When Mathews gets the what we.were getting. It's actually owners of business property who will have to make up the
150 KW engine operating off a wood- unsafe to take out some of the trucks. difference Farnsworth said.
1,, gasification unit, he is to phone If anything gos wrong on any one of Adding to the problem of declining revenue and
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,Graudons and the city will send a them now, we've had It.
1 w. 1 : crew down to Dunellon to observe, Green asked why Bradford County ting expenses is the 10-mill cap currently placed on ad
'4 P Graudons says. "can't have an MSTU if other Florida valorem taxes, Farnsworth said. Bradford County now has
City power plant employees have counties do." only 1.1 mill leeway between its projected levy for
been working with Matthews and Pro- Kill Gaina, of the Bradford 1981-1982 and the If the full millage was levied up to
Director Bob Gurin in the Whmfaeert *in cap.
ject getting replied, my opinion,
the it would addi-
wood gasification unit hooked up at GIll' county attorney really' doesn't cap raise only approximately $170,000
the power plant. When the unit is want to help us He's had a year to tional m taxes. At the last budget work session it appearedthat
working successfully the city can use figure this thing GUt, and here we are the County Commission would have an approximate
r -..- wood to generate the gas to run that right back were we started from." $450,000 shortfall between 1981-82 expenses and income,
engine. It won't increase the capacity 'George Pierce Brooker fire chief, the CPA declared.
r 3f the plant but It will allow the served< notice that If things don't
fuel the engine with wood CitY.to change by October i. The Brooker Farnsworth said the Commission has been making up
/ n1ur. which, hopefully,will be cheaper than station will stop providing' fire protection the difference in recent years by relying on "carryover'funds.
natural gas or fuel oil. outside the city limits." He was "But this is not a good practice and will catch up
.,4t. .., The city has a $327,000 seedmoneygrant among the ones indicating<< Brooker with us sooner or later," the speaker said.
from the US. Department of would not accept the $1,000 figure, if
Energy: with which It is financing the that to the county's final offer. Pierce
inversion of one 1,000 KW generator said the curb In service would not affect -
'o be fueled with the wood- Brookcf agreement with the Hospital Room Rates to Up
gasification set up. If the one unit can Santa Fe Region Mutual Aid Association go
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a fuel, further grants from DOE area to help each other in time of Room rates at Bradford County room would go up from $106 to $122 or
night be possible convert more units Hoed Hospital will go up 15 to 20 percent effective $127
,,o wood burning. Skip Black, of the New River station with the new fiscal year beginning The increase would push revenue
The experiment is an effort to find said "I know of one fire truck in October, the Board of Trustees from room from $113,654 to some
ilternate sources of fuel to gas or fuel that will be sitting. on the courthouse, decided Monday, July 27. 135000.
S. 4 ill. Sweden has wood-gasification grounds on October 1 U we're not adequately The board gave permission for BCHto
mils operating successfully, and funded." file notice of the increase with Blue
from of and A semi-private room would from Cross and Blue Shield and the
.peciahsts the University Harvey McCarthy son, Terry, go
Florida have gone there to see them. both members of the Heilbronn Sta- $99 per day to $114 or $118. A private Hospital Cost Containment Board.

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Gasifiers'Flred Up...

John Matthews keeps on eye on the gasification unit during its Initial test fir-
Ing as Bob';Gurln and power plant employee Mike Tierney watch. Plenty of gas Unless More Funds for

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t. : a loss of$91,737 on emergency vioe received $145,000 from the coun- vision for bad debts which amountedto The telemetry equipment is now re-
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(Ij "I : ; "f/\ J', ford County Hospital board of ty.Faced with the hard line facts that amounted to $19,850. have the service licensed:
Y 4 .1 trustees voted Monday, July 27, to the hospital would have to bail the
'I t return the service to the county if service out O'Steen was given the Nine month expenses including In January. 1974. Bradford 'County:;
'Inside..... their request for more funds is not approved authority to go back to the county salaries, $70,986; fringe benefits, became a part of a federally funded
for the new,fiscal year beginning commission to see if the $100,000 $11,180; and supplies and other expenses eight county rescue service. Several
Two Sections. ,,, in October. figure could be Increased. The $6,487 made total expenses, years later, when the federal funds
SECTION AC , ,Administrator CE.O'Steen told the hospital board was aware the county $38,653. were phased out, the county has had
News.. ... ... _Pages IA.3A.'A board that BCH requested $189,398'and budget at the present time is approx- to provide money for the service and
Editorial.. .,. .... .. .. Page 4A learned .from a July 23rd imately $414,000 over expected Net loss over the nine month period has given the hospital money to run
I Society.. :. ?.. ...:. .'ages 5,604 Telegraph news article that a recom- receipts with clerk Gilbert S. .(Gib) through the end of June amounted to the service-
Real Estau A Legals. : Page 13A,, menda.tion, had been made to the Brown, and his staff working hard to $68,803. .
Sports.. .. s.... '.Pages 11-1 2A Bradford County Commission to fund present the commission with a Before 1974 DeWitt \iC. Jones
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1S'f11".Lnji SECTION B: ambulance lanced possible, Skip Watkins, finance officer for Home in Starke and
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: '-I Brlefs.-?; : ;. 100000. as Is required by law. Alachua General Hospital ,which
.mll; skd I f-R.AU0,1, ."....pagftSB. : bulance service for the county. They
',' .'" "Obltua"ld'i ; ,", Last year funding for the am- manages the local facility, estimatedthe
T"CAR .', .'Page.6a7B" The hospital board was presented a would were given $18,000 a year to, operatethe
) Classifieds.. :,:,';', -; bulance service was cut from onemillto rescue service lose $91,737 service.
's1G191"itCommunityBank ; balance sheet of the financial status
,'" I, .' .,,1 "" t123Ttle( : previous; year the serr. when the fiscal year ends on
By BHS Junior ClaSfrBT '" > of the rescue service at the September 30 1981.
: .Ixrl I '!oL: month They kept the service' up until the
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; ..a.m.ta 3 p.m''J.tlt i"I', 1.4di r., ,1 011'! 4U S I with total revenue for
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June program was made
1981 to
amounting $3,901. Less a
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jan'\(1hN I l l .. \ '"d,.: 30-percent provision for bad debts the The BCH request to the county In- Florida. to the' counties.in" .northeast
( .\ONDAY. AUG.3t: \ ni.f ...The{i weaker) forecast'o'tFilispeekegkentngUiu''nderst nd,Friday through Sunday, July 31, net revenue amounted to $2,731. cluded$106,644 for loss expected from

Bradford County ". ', ,, ) cloudy t tHigh ics with a c ance of afternoon ado during the month of June the operations of the ambulance ser- After the discussion O'Steen was
{haw Doric <> / n I'fn"' )oweaal according! the Division'of Forestry Expenses vice plus $82,754 in capital' expenditures. authorized by the vote of the board to
oi, I fciBodjrlJ'J! : Kf.. ', ', '" ','"l">t 'It,- temperatures will be fn (4hq m id 90s with tM> lows Ih the Toe: amounted to$8,408 for salaries for$1,324 write a letter to the Bradford County
'(tnun:) b'isllai... a .;..:. Itt' ibaw798 None of the DOF towers reported a ny raiWfdurhig\ the past week, July for fringe benefits and $1,238 Total sup ex- Commission requesting that,the service
!h1 tL1..t"' 'lt.tCo'nclt'' }LlSt"J) 23-28. plies and other expenses. The request Included.$18,000 for a be adequately funded Part of the
..U 10u'l'l hyt79p. n. U'. .(, ')lI"'I '',At thVfrfit-la'j( >?ather'irta' ion,at.Wl PXE:'studios"'on SR-100'at: '' ('the south penses amounted to $10,970 with a net chassis/conversion for a new rescue motion made by trustee Curtis.
i d) 4tilnlt 'I.' ,.:.71) nb-f fI ,m ''sit limitspf Starke''the -r:,.yrailjwas' Thursday,July 23.;when''the gauge' loss for the month,of $8.239 unit; ,I1BO for one pediatric hare Sanders and seconded by Joe
'o 'Cd .,II\\\'" rl'r\ < Worded f 47'Incfes.lbw'1er Figures were also presented to splint; $323 for one portable auction; Stephenson states the letter should
feluoifa, "I' 1S! <\ \ '. : :.'"'i' f -. t ,* iratires;'dOrini. iKe :pas 'w ck Include:. July, 23, 92/71; show that revenues amounted to $239 for one scoop stretcher; $1,000 for point out U adequate, funds ate not
JOt, "ANil!CI'1Y'cOUNCIL.t.:; ; : ry'.uN12.. 9tJ68: : I. J J JuJv4"6,:)IIof' .' 94/f. ; tt !4& ,R\iJl9\ ;,aQd.,JIIII 28... .$28,337 for the nine month period ending -' one radio-unit No.62; and $63,000or. provided the service will be returned

b'tn1llJo.n.!)s vgcrotnlldlLq tN ;,,t7.: \ I" .' \ t, I 96)71.11. ll. '.a;; ; tieVU.S', .It 'u ')1.' I .r June 30, 1981.Taking off the pro- one telemetry system. to the county commission to operate.



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A'ai nm timent'for!,''continued) (s!rp. U July-, cprwtiltteq'fromthe; f .t ) If till t
port Of the city-wide clean up, campaign Wom'lJn.. ,;;lut$ and, a few' other in'III', eollected days 6n>htchftMM) '::sere+d4a loo t' ,
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was elicited Tuesday, July 22, torestpd4it.; = oggtten4 4aSiW'lcoundlneetingtwor [ .1.f, l fre: In designated'\ edi! I prtloadwho .
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with nA, trouble at aU from Starke } ; ffttt ai>.$Jl-out ef- '' .$'rune treetfYld': isWutJsfWl 1 1t !I It ? dsugg
commissioners by Mrs. Mend Canova I tort,t9 clean 1 ;eautuy.the,qi ity, t rkways and along streets:; '..,..s'lsl'|r' sin, for trees his h a r "
8g .of the Starke Woman's qiu; >. Mrs.,. qanoVa.; } erninded; ,the.. council :Iil: tng done ibeautifullyt/jjust.jride/ iites to ordering to be pla i iAs '
I a Tuesday night. .;,,, ;: :r ,f:(along Walnut Street and I see signs of ch for trees to it
Mrs' Canova heads up1 theCom. Hearing the dead trees limbs from esidcfots and business
'''munity Improvement' : Project.-the wWha'd'thb' MA.t:dpp'eraUon..bf' j k ourmayor'and1 ':,jthe I beautiful palm and oak trees" plant me long-flowering a II

,f 'Woman's' 'Club 'started last'Year alT under which the city volunteers, and lo 1erSj:'We: .Atadii much progress 9! during 'h; done alt the Christian Church', iften's -
Inmates from Lawtey Correctional: 'the year: Now wcf wish to'ej(Pandour .Mt(I .Place trash receptacles In conve- ficbuildingtheFlortda k
Institution have worked. i : effort'to include! { arty projectsthat i If| ;went! locations around town. tad 414fl

)I. :- 'The city really has,been at; work will improve, !,: e'aljduty:'W life,in our :rl,*n''t'iPto 1 i to observe Keep Anneeautlful eI :* '! s committee't6tk prl s
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and communityclean1 ftp, ..beautify, ej4ny.a
sidewalks \ II
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'I' trimming trees.
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That certainly is to be. commended,'* make sbfe., .educate (till;public? its | Jp 'y-.Mrsi, {
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Mrs.Canova told the council. .' personal responsibility(; for environmental ;{ ; ose Mayor ; *' ; I
; ,..improvement' ,''": Mrs. ff I! i;!* days. '! J 1 y
< j Canova s lId., and'clubsiin'tne1'' 1 fi3 'tettf at'wouli .
H "+, 1< ''Pianfor all groups '
tribute"to the qupllty life
Clay'County' Curbs She named nine'Areas which community to plant trees and flower- improving sdt&tsThe 9
T/ in the 'ini' 3larke, Mr*; (COahbyal t
i / Street Lighting city government'CouM' assist in the ing shrubs on Arbor Day. ''Another ; committee came rp4rtyitilrll{ & above
\ Community'Improvement azalea sale is planned Mrs..Canova, '
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B-I.00 Needed.... energy and reduce, electric utility to keep Iheis'rented' and The Woman's Club has purchased '$10.900 ina: ,ld'state '6ntr'best
I bills the Clay County Board of County vacant lots clean: 2,000 trees for $105 for the past two' : Community Improve o-
...There was a big need /or bloodi laM>week and Bradford County. Hospital Commissioners will limit the hours of .Review 'city' ordinances to see years, she explained. Trees bought' iect, and intends toWfof' \ t b r,
employees responded. The ltltan'blcAAi'mobile was at BCH last Thursday.July street lighting along SR-21 (Blanding what the law is on 1) animal control. last year have been growing at the Mrs.' Canova said.: The
22, and 19 employees donated blood. Boulevard). i 2) noise polution, 3) junk yards, 4) Bradford High ag farm and will be sponsored by $- obrft t'o and .;
Pictured above are Elaine Gunner (rlghU. who does insurance follow up in Specifically, street lights, along traffic -control/ parkIng, speeding, ,ready to be transplanted this year, the General'Federation'' or Wor h's' ....
the hospital, Marie Men. (left. );operating room supervisor and Civltan.worker SR-21 from Robin Road to the county truck routes,_,5) trash! pickup. Mrs. Canova says. Next.year.2,000 Clubs: -' \.
Janet Patton. line will be turned off from 12,.midnight .

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Word was presented-to the Brad- The hospital will be reimbursed for Alachua General Hospital last : .k ;: :' ,.

ford County Hospital board of sleeping and food by the operator of March announced their plans to r 14. '" ,'
trustees monthly meeting Monday the helicopter service, according to operate a helicopter to transport ,I., '...'
July 27, that a helicopter to be used O'Steen. trauma victims, especially those In- ., '',
for medical services, was going to be Shared Services is a subsidiary of volved in car crashes or industrial ac '.
based temporarily at the local Wellness Inc., which runs the Physicians cidents to the hospital quickly. .!.;: '.:
hospital starting, Saturday August 1. Plaza across from Alachua Shared Services was established a .
Administrator C.E. O'Steen told the General Hospital in Gainesville. AGH month ago to actually lease the I. ..
board he has applied for a permit to manages Bradford County Hospital. helicopter and equipment involved. ..
construct a heliport near the flag pole The new paperwork then became I'' .;.;
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in the front of the hospital grounds so Doug Cueny marketing director for necessary. i J. ......
that the helicopter may land without, AGH stated the switch in Alachua Plans called for AGH to operate the .

problems. County is going to take longer than service but when questions arose .
The permit for the helipad, is being anticipated. AGH successfully went about having to obtain a certificate of > '
sought from the Federal Aviation Ad- through the process for the helicopter need from the state, entailing exten- ; .;
ministration service, but Shared Services must get sive review of the proposal according .,,.
O'Steen said the helcopter will be certified. to AGH President Ed PeEdie
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based at BCH for two or three weeks Bradford County was granted cer- then decided to go with a joint ven- i& t .. ... 'I'
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with no expense to Bradford County tification on Monday, July 20. ture. .
Hospital as its operator Shared Ser- "We can fly to this county to deliver The helipad at BCH is expected to I .
vices, Inc.,Gainesville,will be payingall patients," Cueny said. "We just can't be completed in time for the ,,
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expenses The crews will be stay- have our base of operations here yet, helicopter to be based at BCH starting :
ing, eating and sleeping at the local so our temporary home base will be at Saturday, August 1. 2 t';
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_ a special meeting July 22.; ,, calls in at the same time with another ". ,
Robert W. Brown, field fire, the call will automatically come

supervisor Office in Ja for raunl." r.1ldl"I'W. _ireiahi' inte6\tl' b 'J',

with) thereceived _St D'S' tar gid tbhtPogrlB9aYS,4cach : '
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was necessary to'keep its- present'* firemen studying in the afternoon on a j ;
Classification six. Insurance'rating! daily basis from 1 to 3 p.m. by reading
are based on a scale of 1 to 10. training manuals and watching : ."
At a meeting last June 6, Brown told firefighting films and slides. i ,""
the city commission that if improvements Brown stated any increase in train- \,1* **.
were not made that ing would help the city to get more| c :;:.
Starke residents faced the prospect of credit toward maintaining the rating. ..
Fire Chief Lewis stated that
insurance rates going up because a Bobby S
survey showed the City iwas in a, seven because of,, low water levels the rr 1,1, yB
classification.. department has not been able to
The six rating was given in a survey retest the water flow on fire hydrants.He : / / 1 tt
in 1971 according to Brown. He explained stated all the hydrants would be :s'
the lower the classificationthe rechecked on a regular basis when .es ewt
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Lewis also told the rating people >','( Look for this label: '' J e e
Brown explained the SFD made efforts 'that SFD has started keeping recordson -

to improve training, installed a everything. ,;
reserve phone line, and made an effort Hardee pointed out that the pumps Ifll
to improve training of firemen. on the fire trucks were going to be c
The fire department is in the process tested on a regular basis and would be The rest Is In the mattress..ATTRESS +

of writing a letter to Continental done by SFD personnel at the Fire off ,
Telephone Company asking,the com- College in Ocala.
pany to change the listing of the Prior to the first meeting the City of DAYS ,
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telephone numbers. Starke was notified by letter that the .,- t .
Brown atthe earlier meeting ex- city was in danger of losing its rating. f
plained the city needs to have more Brown explained at the first + : Special Purchase on Mattresses and Box 'Springs"iS&ss .
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Dewayne i Z.' f \ f 1 f 2ttra f:>- >-r L t.
to correct deficiencies. .
Hardee told Brown and his-manager provements '
Joseph C. Jensen that SFP; has two Since the SFD has made an exten ,'\,.,
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telephone numbers. 964-7110, in which sive effort to institute programs to t ,- ;

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Pirie Forest Addition is Tabled c, .'. r? PIECE o ntbr 1 i t..,Rtni _

Reg. $99.95 "..
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for wash US-301 merit units under current R-2A city .
A site plan a car on FULL 91O9.95..Reg. $ )139,95
south was approved and one for 24 ad- toning regulations, pointed out Zoning d QUEEN 8269.95..Reg. ea. pc r7 .,,.
8379.95
ditional apartments at Pine Forest Director AI Crosby.' KING set '
apartments on SR-100 west-was tabl- The zoning board asked Brown to 5369.95..Reg. $469.95 set ii I'M, ':-

ed Tuesday night, July 23; by the get 'answers' to its questions about SUPER FIRM 'f' ..
Starke zoning and planning'board.The drainage,".the.cypress dome, and the ,-:
four unit car wash proposed! what will be done to replace the / '..
by Darby Bloodgood of :'KeystoneHeights. recreation area which would be takenup $ rr .<

The proposed location is bet. by the proposed apartments. l ...
ween the Seaboard Coastline branch Crosby also told the board & 1': .. TWIM( '.
members that the of Richmond .
railroad which crosses -301 in mayor Y crl .',
south Starke and the not closed HiU-fla. visited Starke to look EACH
Phillips 66 service station. iU at Ptnp Forest and The Apartments in PIECE :
The 24 unit addition to thg present the Ttetio afea< 'and was impressedwith ,
80-unit( Pine Forest Apartments was the management and cleanlinessof Reg. $139.95 .

tabled after architect Lout Brown both federally subsidized multi FULL 129.95..feg. $ J79.95ea. f.-
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could\ not answser the zonin fcuaitCKK i&&IhelJSi'ngJJmple"es-!: r r QUEEN $299.93.. Reg. $479.95
The board and Crosby also set 2pc
questions about possible flooding. zoning
I KING 099.95.. Reg.- $599.95 set 3pcey ) .
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"llaveyounoticed all those cypress discussed revising the city's current I
1! trees growing out there?" asked land use plan and zoning regulations. j '.7 V \ '' / o;
board member Claire Capps. some time after the Sept. 8 city election r' '
'fto, I haven't," said architect and after appointments are madeon

} Brown, who said he was unable to the three zoning board members ; a' '7"tw ,, ,+.r. nwoT !Mr/ :, '
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gested owner Ronnie Davis codr sug-I r SfMt, THE MAKERS t17i ;:i
next'month'i/ meeting to answ : .aa vr, ... ....001 w. ... y rt: i 1.'' j ; "
M II'.r:: ) SOLD IN SETS OFIC\\' "' Ica 9n i
The zoning board agreed ,
questions. ;'::D 73l. THUtAD'ORO t lc-
and.tabled the request. COUNTY TELEGRAPH .; Sl&PeET1ER
Brown presented plans for the 24 I"u.lI.h..l .v.ry Thursday mLlltan1. ''I zil t
unit addition to include 16 2-BR and 8 of 130 W. Call St,... 1 T ,to rgeri
;3-BRi apartments on a 2'4-acre site Slarka, -- ,
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a a small lake during wet periods. Second Clan' petlag paid' at ( ,
Vice-Chairman Walter Westcott, Stark,Florida. t: 1
subfcjng? for vacationing Chairman ,
Dr W Reddish, said the prime objective Subscription Rat.it DENMARK FURNITURE t. r w
fcf the board members is ,
zoning In trade araat $ .00 par yoar .
teeing) that surrounding residents are $5.00.1.) month r. If
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not1 hurt by a fill operation on the low iw ,) j* 34Wo St. p Starke. Flt r' i k ) ,'' 44

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State StticklanI'told t this paped. |hai \Ufa,; IIL 4agsfe
my latest ruling on the Florida. with a family came by his house !( ; R ;; i ,
Prison civil case"!, .Circuit: : Court recently to personally thank him for hoped that :18 of the .co rr atslort: Pflm ;
Judge R. A. (Bnzzy) Green;:Jr., said I his help in improving conditions at ricers positions would, 'be* filled\ by' Brlerton t10 to efrmui t about ten per'centla11'
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regates
. Wednesday morning, July 29. FSP; women. ,
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hearing Thursday; July 33, that, he", the '.. there are six women filling Jobs Iml'C884! ha.V" Whe :to FSPfOl'
,personally meet officer'Green .u. I IPII"I
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!,.t" .. population to be raised.or lifted at this Green,'In making'his'' 'court'ruling' ''that 1I} W'el But itl makes the first V i
F for t.... lotffil6 latedJ1or1da'll
f stated DOC has not ,yet sufficiently \time a concerted effort IS being made o( ,
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I He stated he is awaiting the parties adopted of the. recommendations : .to. hirt:women officers at FSP. (P ,.ra expe' Inll a
many of pollciei'iritltndeddWfereattrafffcpatterns tremendous.tefcr j in then I'or
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Involved in the civil suit to prepare an for additional personnel and improvements A Whoer\ new security ale
[order' for him to sign presenting a to '+ in 'inmates.In.the first six months bflthis(
plan to gradually increase the population plant to warrant.any the.prison's, change physical in the i 4, the' food!service'area and hallways, ''year,' .leg polo\ ) out. there has bern a

cap. The order will,,include cap. ,, ':,dded'supervisors in lockup wings net mon lt11ncreaae of 202 inmates
'. '" recommendations to be followed,by i'and. :handcuffing ,all inmate being. throughout the prison system. DOC
Department of Corrections. the recommendations''included: '. ,moved from'confinement: ,areas., expects an increase of 100 inmates
4.- j j.t Eight inmates at the.end of'May Hiring of 38 additional officers. and David''-,H. Brlerton.i, former,, per month, according to Skeleton.
. last year through the 8th Judicial Circuit Supervisory personnel. ,''8upermteadent at FSP and now DOC; Judge Green said after making,,his
Public Defender's office filed a ..Upgradingemergency and com 'inspector ,.general, testified that, the ruling that he hopes DOC can implement
civil suit'seeking relief from. violent munications equipment. assault rate, has' declined .at the; enough i Improvements by
. conditions at FSP. Higher salaries.A !orison\..He pointed out the assault rate' r September' 1,',so that the,cap can be
:' .. Sheriff Red ish' Receives Ph e.--- Last,taU Judge Green J issued an more. effective 'method of .at'other 'prisons has increased since ,I lifted.entirely1 or;on a gradual. \ basis.
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order lowering the population at FSP eliminating homemade. weapons. and .
v :...Sheriff Dolph Reddish was presented.with a plaque last week in appreciation from 1,178 to 750 inmates. He took the other contraband. : .i i '
for what he has done for the Florida Sheriffs Youth Fund. step after a panel of experts found the Development of a separate mental 'H & R Block To :Offer
' ',' .:"I" f ; 'The;plaque was presented.to Reddish by President of the Florida Sheriffs maximum security unsafe and madea health unit on W-wing for estimated ? '\. '
'Youth Fund; Harry.Weaver, who,said Reddish served with distinction, and recommendation to the court that 200 Florida State inmates In need of 'I
above and beyond the caU of duty in his responsibilities as a member of the the population reduced. psychological care.Reclassification. Tax School In Starke
.. board of directors of the Florida Sheriffs Youth Fund. Last March the panel of experts dida of inmates to see '
Y' ;.. : :.;The.Youth Fund Includes the Boys Ranch In Live Oak, the Girls Villa in Bar-' second study and as a result recommended if some can be put in less-secure in .
,. .. tow and the the be raised to 900 stitutions.A .
Youth Ranch in Clearwater cap ; Thousands of people are earning
., ," Courses are Ideally suited for
Assistant
Public Defender- Jack to inmates'
program keep occupied
, In their time incometax '
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money spare housewives retired"persons
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Fine ,
had asked the court to call on the and reduce' potentially

..';).:} ;>... :Brooker Gives $500 to School panel to do another study and make a dangerous free time. preparers.H teachers or persons wanting to increase
new recommendation to the:c Iurt. "We're extremely disappointedwith & R Block, the world's largest their tax knowledge.
: Judge Green turned that request Judge Green's ruling Vernon Income tax preparation service, is Qualified course graduates may
:/ ;::: \ for Recreation Equipment down at this time: .' :. ., Bradford, DOC spokesman, said. offering a basic income tax course be offered Job interviews for positions
:, : Green agreed with a number of the Clayton S. (Sonny) Strickland, FSP I'f( starting September 8th with morn with Block.' Many accept
witnesses, presented by the Attorney superintendent, testified the morale ing, afternoon and evening classes employment with Block because of
.. .,,' .. 'y'a' unanimous vote.the Brooker, that was given to Brooker for recreation General office, who have among correctional officers was at an available. the flexible hours available.
City Council agreed to give Brooker purposes from Bradford County. represented the DOC at the hearings all-time peak.. He pointed out During the 12 week course, However, Block is under no obligation
:.. ...... .- Elementary School l $500 to be used to in the case, who pointed out FSP has absenteeism Is less than a year ago. students will study all phases of Income to offer
employment, nor are
..,' purchase playground equipment at come a long way in reducing violence Turnover has also decreased according tax preparation and receive
the achoolat the monthly meeting Millage Set and improving conditions for both In- to Strickland's testimony. graduates under any obligation( to
'.,i; :' the board Tuesday;July 21. The board voted to approve millage mates and correctional officers at the Strickland testified 12 of the 15 actual experience in preparing individual accept employment with H & R

,.. :.Rick.EzelT physical educationtacher 'at 3.385which will bring Brooker from prison.. supervisory positions were expectedto returns. Experienced Block Block.
.e ''- at the school appeared before ad valorem taxes of$3,470, according Green was elated, according to a be filled and on the job at FSP by personnel will teach current laws, The modest course fee includes all
. '" : the council to cite the needs for the to the office of property appraiser statement he issued to this paper, Friday, July 31. theory and application as practicedin textbooks, supplies and tax forms
'\*, pro 'am. Jimmy Alvarez. Block offices nationwide.There is necessary for completion of the
;;R '-, He outlined the fact that the money Alvarez had certified the millage! of a classroom lecture on each subjectand school. Certificates and 7.5 continuing
n.. ";:. 1? ., would be used 'to purchase rope '4.018 which would have netted ap figure. next monthly meeting of the board practice problems at every education units will be awarded
: '1,. .; .' climbs tether ball sets, swing sets proximately $4,100 If ccJur1eilhad accepted Work on the tentative budget has which is scheduled to Be at 7:30: p.m., level. Courses are programmed to upon successful completion of the
. .' small basketball goals,',and .equip'l the figure Higher homestead not yet started, according to Clerk Tuesday August 11, teach students increasingly complex: course.
'. ;of" "'-' ; <- 'meat for'the programs exemptions, at $20,000 this year, Linda Robinson.. ". City receives money from Clay tax problems as study progresses. Registration forms and brochuresfor
i: '>. '<. '" : 'Ktt tedoutthobleacheeraneed reduced. property values. Council has set a workshop at 8 Electric for franchise. Students will find the course both interesting -
;i ;: ,t '\ >",welding and replacement of the wood. J.C.-Stalnaker, in making the mo p.m.. Tuesday, July 28 to discuss the Mayor Blake Hamilton reported the and challenging. the income tax course may be obtained -
'.,.-. ,.', .. .He'explained the school PTA would don to, take the 3.385 millage udget, water works, and garbage City of Brooker received a check for by contacting the H& R Block
. '.' X 1: ,. :assist In building balance beams., stated the taxpayers are hit figures collection policies. $1,917101' a franchise fee for the mon Anyone may enroll. There are no office at 964 N. Temple Ave.,
..'>.,.; '' ;>'. 'I. After a.brief discussion the board enough with tax increases and made Council voted to hold a public hearing ths of April, May and June of this restrictions or qualifications. telephone 9648286. (A tlllelYtIf't)

" ',:" .;,!'.,' '.. .'. .,n'..voted, .. .to ,give'the school..1500, money the motion to accept t the lowerCubsHold on the millage and budget at:the year..

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?' "', :. ''their lead' in the Junior Softball members Robert Alvarez (2 runs);

. :', .i,..... ;:;,league this week totaling 9 wins and 4 Johnny Jackson ((2 runs) and Greg
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losses, with the Royals trailing on a Pardee. Len Looney. Lisa Tierney.
. ,.. w88 record.'With a three way tie for Alysa Wessell and Sabrina aU added
: "third, the A's, Padres and Expos stay one more run for the win.
.ahead of fifth.place Brewers. Trying to help her team along
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I..' ,"',. Tammy Lynn scored twice in the loss MAKING YOUR
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. 4-1- Brewers4rSoft Marchant,. Mike Barber, Richard
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; l ..losenl ; The league leading Cubs' 'Kevin .
: \l ;. Cogdill scored two for the win
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0 j: H- 1i "" j,j ';Stacy Marshall to stay in first place.

)..i':...... : ...1I.IS.; : .....-' .. 'yT f Ken Rasnick came through for two Florida Bank at Stare
; ...f..1 44; 1. .. I. : runs for the Brewers, followed to the
.4;'.:...... home plate by Stacy Lloyd in Friday's
Royalst'A's 5 game.
\< ':.U.T: .Lisa'-TierneyfcndJJohnny: ) Annou Hours For Your Convenience
*...1NKh scoredtwo runs. as fhe Royals, Cubs IS A'slG
'" : ,. .,. 3, "stopped the A'..:; Those Cubs did it again Monday by fs .

.. ..... .,,r Tbe-A's were led by, Amy. Dowling'stwo playing an action packed game ;
',. tallies ".'" '-- against the A's with Chuck Lizenbee
;. :.; f i.Jt iy'' 3 << : being the high scorer coming home ., : .- r
}!jA"J3) ;' ,:; ", three times, backed by four teammates
: "", who scored twice, and four ,'\ SOlO .', .

-. ... ;AI Ge ")'" -dr. others crossing. home. once for the it
CubbecIR e.eafl*;:scored+ three runT' ;: win. dhf4oBBY
.,' ,, ErI .N endBtl y 'each Amy Dowling was the hot stick for HOURS

'. 1'iteh:1be'' : f/_ the losers, scoring three times, .. .". ,
..'1 :': P. _. ... followed by Judson Jackson and .J. .
c. y Qu tled I taai ,Michael' Huggins, who scored two jft''ti' 1
",+'.' .,th0. home ., :, MONDAY; thru THURSDAYa.m.
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. ,-: 'c A a o{ lember ,Attends. Conference ,} >., 1 2' : .- 4 p.m.
voivemenc, vocational education and .
... < ::: : .' . : rinttlftdlentlndt control of education. '
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was a great me FRIDAY
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'an effective board member for Bradford ,.' i p.m.DRIVEIN .
'c: scents was hosted :,'. :' ; .
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Board was and the Bradford County' School : : 1
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.n.:. ;, f Jam" .Lfcwson. ; Chairman.. of the, Board at this meeting," so stated Mr. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY

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'. .,-. i tions of,the SRSBA, addressed Issues' Georgia, Mississippi. North Carolina ?

.'r: : :'\I session pertlrwnt topics to public ranged'education.,from negotia-Clinic South Virginia.Carolina West Virginia., Tennessee SRSBA, Texas.Is affiliated ;:;) ifJ!' { : : THURSDAY and FRIDAY

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.. :ofricelvingorahor'written. suggestions$ of possible uses .;, JIIt

,. .ofrw.noe'sharing,funds ,- ,. ,..J., '. : Clark: at Jefferson' Street,i Starke FL_ 32091. ((904)) 9647050'Mmbe .' ?

'. -X- *.Th.-!he past 'fiscal year there yvere no revenue. sharIrWfunds :- ,. .J'\'lit"\ ,. .\ : n ,. ,. ..." ,, I( ,,. ,., II. ,
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Biting'TheD I j' Itr '.. H" "" ," -._ -- nrfnrio l" arru...."
.. t matters of gewttrr li terest. H, will
',> ,1\! I "Lunch with Lawton\an informal the '
{ I Dutch treat'buffet, sponsored dl)1llI asri also available a'fteHnelunchfon to
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,'niq Before desperate'' enough;tud'i i.J friends and'u6bortwv; } of U.S.... ere confer with wiynnehautora; personal
the'budget balancingact ''! Senator Lawton Chiles,will be held at la7 m eon ., } 'des ngs witlyn: .q J'l1 nciesor;
is over 'our county com- last. ,card.. j )j\, 'J' 1W0b1e ler 'it.4Y, h,detitr 111/1.
; r : | i (' noon Thursday, August 6, at the t mber I the, ate'gst t ,F 1r ?
missioners are probably going Raising the'homestead' ex-f Starke Golf arid Country t : IU .,:.t$ ,0" \ Cd mittee. The Senator" will be accompariiWd'
.
:
to burn as hot as the mind- emption'',t ,$2Q,00b'thjs'() ) :' 'yeah Making his fJnt'ptq-12 campaign;;, Chiles encourages all persons Join- I n .his visit here by'assistant CharlesiCanadyj; ".and' Dean his
withering afternoon sun. (it'll be $25.000 next year) has > '"tour of this' area Chiles Is also luncheon administrative' ,
; Club
him for the Country '
ing from big 'rathll'ta
There appears to be no cost the county commissionthe scheduled fora farm.Xigit i,jp 1>>.. \\Ieru."..JphiWhitehead's \. -..I'..................u.-- .nMil I, to come prepared to ask questions on 'I' office Fenrt,'an.'aide" '. 'ri"i !If.A.see

magic this The increase in' revenue it >< 4 rll -Mi r: \\.0 'f.I ..i I

huge reserve answer"put back"year.for a might have gotten frotn, the In- Often, referred ,tot\ as {'!'Walking I .,,;, J) r t'ivDtojLa Due I :U' i
crease in because of on-foot trek j I1 :1] Sri ;H I
rainy day was used to balancethe the property; vajue., Lawton" an : { : ,!: : #, T
Is ,, .
through the state that credited with ,
curent There is : ""
budget. .II
no : r"
Almost everywhere tit looks his first term win In 1970, Chiles will I +- ,i"
easy solution, as Clerk Gib for relief to spen41J1g're- I i r If i The fourth annual Festival'of the ", -ln i
Brown has had suggested to commis- Lakes Art Show will be held on Saturday .i.1Po<
the
quests, county" 'f'
i in Theme Park,
September 5
him this week of the Will l
answer
taking sion seems to find a dead end. v'r '!downtown Keystone Heights., __'
$250,000 left over from the As Clerk Brown says, this questions and : I'
Crawford Road paving bid won't be a popular budget. t! The Festival of the Lakes,is a non- 'H
:fprofit 'event sponsored by the '1 1'I
and using it to balance the discuss ,.
problemsbe
Junior Woman'sClub 1
Brown is working onfiguring Keystone Heights
General Fund. Road tax funds n and community members. I
are earmarked by law, and how much.carryover the First|)lace winners will be a warded
board will have after the July y\i Publicity Chairman Andi Bloiunt ad-
cannot be spent on anything seeking a third term in the 1982 $100 in these categories( Oils!
but roads. At least, the county bills are paid. When that elections. A spectacular, hard-fought ('rises (the deadline for artist applica- Acrylics. Watercolors!' Graphics
1't4ions
is IS. Applications ,mayI'be
will have a little somethingwith figure is determined, the clerk race is forecast for his senate seat j ( August Photography, and Crafts. ;r'!/'f', I
obtained by writing to Festival of i1-h' J
{
accurately which Is being eyed by Republicanseager
will be able to more -
which to start on the next to strengthen their Florida I the Lakes, P. O. Box 1132, Keystone A Best of Show $100 prixe: road. tell the board where it delegation in Congress, and willing to ,:Heights' ,,Fla. 32656. The entry. fee is bo presented. 1-'

With the 10 mill cap placedby stands. spend Chiles. unlimited' funds to unseat ,."!/: ""'I.:,j ,'. ""- c',-

state law, the county com- Unless some magic answeris -- \ \
missioners cannot even raise forthcoming, the commis- The Lakeland Democrat, who will (Governor Pleased with Bill ,
be seeking his,third six-year term, is Sen,Lawton Chile,
taxes by very much. The ad- sioners are really going to I

valorem tax levy recommended have to sharpen their pencils 'Providing Funds for WetlandsHailing

by Property Appraiser this year. They'll have to trim ,,:

Jimmy Alvarez is 9.337 mills. expenditures down to meet in- J--, (
The cap is not far away and come. The easy budget times it as "one of the most Important In the meanwhile, representatives
the board probably isn't are gone. environmental bills ever of Georgia-Pacific, which proposes to
COMMUNITY enacted" in Florida, Gov. Bob use the dried peat as fuel in its lumber
Graham recently signed a and related industries has
measure to provide some$320 millionfor acknowledged that its proposed min
"' purchase of environmentally en- ing project is a Development of
1 Almost UnbelievableIt's g dangered lands In the state over the Regional Impact and will after the
IMPROVEMENT next 10 years. necessary studies are completed,sub-
mit an Application for Development
almost unbelievablethat detour. DuPont supplied the Of particular interest to the Approval (ADA) to the North Central
limerock, some dirt moving Keystone area and Bradford and Florida Regional Planning Council in
en the Crawford Settlement other counties in the Suwannee River Gainesville for detailed review of
and the did KOGHAM : a
county C. / Pete
Road, running between SR16at equipment, Says : basin, the new bill comes at a time impact on the area. It Is estimatedthat
a:: Heilbron Springs and most of the grading. when the 5.500-acre Santa Fe Swampis such studies,now being made for
Tatum's Sawmill Road (old threatened by a peat strip-mining GP by Environmental Science and
301) is going to be paved. With the short Flume Road This week's laurels go to the First Methodist Church for the outstanding operation proposed by Georgia- Engineering Inc. of Gainesville. ,
,
under its belt the county com- landscaping that has made their grounds one of the beauty spots of Pacific Corporation, which recently could cost up to $200,000.
w Road Long-time Foreman residents Leon from Ell- mission started the same type Walnut Street. Give it a look the next time you drive by that way. purchased the swamp for$3,514,000.

ington to those who live on the do-it-yourself project on the Just a thought: With the attractive Woman's Club grounds on one side The so-called "Save Our Rivers"bill As described by ESE officials at a
Crawford Settlement Road. of Walnut, and the church grounds on the other, what a real beauty spot would boost the documentary recent meeting in Gainesvile, mining
road can hardly believe it's this block would be with redbud and dogwood trees lining the parkway on stamp tax on deeds to provide fundsto the swamp would entail clear-cutting
happening even with all the Using engineering plans both sides. Maybe the CIP Committee will take the hint when they start purchase endangered wetlands in all trees and vegetation cutting ditches -
work going on. drawn by DOT, the county their tree-planting project. More power to 'em! the state's five water management through the wetlands in mile-
La augmented its own equipmentwith districts. The proposed increase in long strips to provide initial drying of

a huge dirt mover at the documentary stamp tax would the peat bringing in machinery, to
Gone the times when gather peat into rolls for further dry.
are and raise the present 40t per $100 tax to
went
month to
water washed over the road $4,000 per SOt per $100, increasing the cost of ing, then cutting it into pellets for use

and residents had to leave work. Agents By selling a $60,000 house by about $30. as fuel.It .

cars on the paved road and Some ,$100,000 was spent "g- Bulk of the $320 million will be is speculated that draining the

walk home, or use a tractor. and installing four lotllJookf.Bobby' : allocated to water management swamp would require dikes or dams
grading districts in south and central Florida the
across north
Gone are the days when and northwest sidesof
will
Another
$252,000 lilt! 1t.Jov.1or, ) 'where water shortage, is most and
: ; the Big Little Santa Fe Lakes, a
0C' residents pulled the county. be spent to have the road il"! .:. ........ ...' ws. 9 rlU mosta'MTfte'SiiWrtneelliW'Water! : procedure that property p.wneri! Lear
drag to smooth the road.V. ...i.i iwr'slimerocked and blacktppp l.1 f r3 1'V p.11; r.ti"oUFallgard 'l l'f'\.w: 1g adiI4hi. .wt9trl (alloted would be 2fl.tr1tn'tIiWPClo.IUYl'ng,

..tU J-This final portion is being con ning. will-soon be M&n ; 41feWedreg idpn:9: ei4'iyls'f"' : lay 1&r4. l f']>>t VT dlfttfCpllte$32Million' boating, GlirnmJnlol! erlderNarusds of
W Near the top of the county's tracted by the county. The bid you and now Is' the time to SfSrt r out a frame and fill it with gardensoil. purchase of 'endangered lan I. these waters.

paving priority list for over 20 came in about half what the preparing for the best possible Tall If you have a level garden, try to
years but continually pushed engineer predicted leavingthe garden. raise the rows slightly above the surrounding -
c::: area. This will stop
any
back for what determinedmore
was county with some $350,000in You know that the amount of time water from washing into the garden FORESTRY '
pressing needs, it seem the 4.1 mile project to date.If and effort involved in gardening is area and bringing with it excess
Q:: ed to residents the road would tremendous. That is why it is so Im- moisture and disease problems. '
the county can come out IN BRADFORD COUNTY $ II
never be paved. For many portant for you to carefully plan your II .
I no local roads were of the Crawford Road at garden. In planning a garden there Keep these general thoughts in "
years pav- are numerous concerns to keep.jn 'mind as develop a garden plan
W $400,000, it will have done the you .,
ed; all the money was takenup project for about 40 percent of mind. I would ike to take this o' and you'll be half way to the kitchen "i- liillludthey ;;
with paying off bonds for tunity to disctftss, some general I s table with those fresh, home-grown
4-laning US-301 north and what it possibly would have about gardenin| |with you. tt vegetables. If you've noticed powdery yellow- will be morel hldt lwiat,stalls
south of Starke. Maintenancework cost to contract the project en- orange blisters or what appear to be dn ucW'I\!: \rya tres'a!: rAAIf I Site}.ISflll be
tree tumors on your pines, chancesare ytr atqd'JP 1'Y'ffiMn' pre
tirely. Paving costs have Site very import !
performed by DOT also recently been placed at part selections{ ay. You should;,*, f Qualifying DeadlineFor good that they have fusiform rust. oltnuViloPs, arge. rib lylplgng5.1! fu
) was charged against the county's possible, locate your garden in a bandy :- Demo Delegates surRtFpps l urNfuwoH moT boa
$250,000 mile in a In a recent Division of
,
per survey ;
secondary road fund. One'vtbat'will be TOplant 't" "
place. easy Saturday, Aug. 8 Forestry foresters from all over tfi&ffiftr'r.iilled t Is
neighboring
county. cultivate and harvest. JJtte Florida reported this fungus disease t%tr i With Wjeflf i I If'j.
I Once the Secondary Road garden should be located near a water .. Registered Democrats In Bradford which attacks slash 41''JudicftusW"4ppiiSart. ffi,1H1li9t?
Doing the work themselvesis and loblolly .111
Fund, kept by the state source for >irrigation.me County have until Saturday Aug. 8 to pines, as one of the major problems be usefufW j.? (l.eM IIItC
turning out to be the : QI: 1JIIfiIrt"i1In for delegate
of qualify as a candidate to
Department Transportation they encounter. shade trees as well.
in Tallahassee built smartest move the county general, locate the garden iniYill the State Democratic Party Confen-
little in the 1970's ,the up a commissioners have made in sunlight if ..possible.J ? If you mutt lion in Hollywood, October 9-10. Division hof Forestry Plant For liHpUQh[ RAlODit rust or any.otherlrrep '
county choose morning to ''full } yblegy I'K'al
recent exposure Pathologist Ed Barnard says Qfl.t!} %# RifT
Z commission once again began years. sunlight is more beneficial than afternoon ( Registration blanks may be obtained fusiform rust is rated as "public ,Pl visiunlsJ' i\'J'e' '1clygcsq last

... thinking of paving country Let's keep it up, boys. The exposure. Root crops should be from E. L. Matthews county enemy number one" in terms of I the 1t9f "-.'W 3 :bow qqs8 11 ISM
roads. The board dusted off its Laura Church Road awaits exposed 1j I9 much as chairman at the Bradford County damage It'causes the South's vast. :bB9 lW >ria
paving priority list and was possible while 1''t'lJ'crops can Telegraph; Jewell Brown, vice chairman .acreages. of commercial pine forests Pedestrians
"
attention? i
stand J ,
your a 1 1615 Raiford Road, Starke; Jim- a Died rAk.Highsbnd: 9rtTnateq'l.t'lm
shocked when it cost $237,000to Fusiform rust can sometimes I In-
431:
'' '' ''J my Crosby, State Committeeman 10 aelsubst
pave the 1.3 mile Pleasant In vegetable selection: yousfioutd be Broadway, Starke; or Desta Dyal treated and there are ways to help $1)11 ai9b'"Id 9rtT
Grove Church Road, which IlailP&G, concerned with proper seasons and State Committeewoman. Star Route. prevent its spread. Your county, 'ur Pedestrians died ;'atvMhernraoO of
runs between Brownlee Road proper varieties. Most vegetablesmay Hampton.The ban forester is prepared to advise you almost two evpryldajl mJj'luH! in

and SR-16 just west of Starke. We're a little late getting Florida be if grown grownup in gardens!Jfre):: proper throughout seaapn. county committee will meet In on how best to cope with this disease.Fuslform.which 1980 said. the Florida" Highway Patrol
today.<< "
Again, the Secondary Road around to it, but our heartiest August to elect delegates from the means to taper at "|

Fund was exhausted.The congratulations go to the big Even vegetables that aren't ,J Ii- qualified candidates. both ends,aptly describes the spindle- Patrol records shiw' that 706
conglomerate, Proctor & adapted here yftbeen/ successful for shaped galls or swellings found on the pedestrians died ,in 1980 compared to
board then began Gamble for its decision to some growe.i Varieties\( should be Covered Dish Supper., -;..-NAt branches and trunks of infected pines. 656 in 1979. That equals an Increase of
earnestly searching for alter- looked at for their respective adap Kingsley Center ; '* J'"\\ The rust part of the name comes from, eight percent, "
of
whack off sponsorship TV : the,masses of orange or,rust colored
natives to allowing the DOT to tabilities. Suggested: varieties are in ; .
> Lake Prdd-- "
programs considered our "Vegetable "Gardening Guide" Members of the Kingsley "< spores; or':blisters which can be seen There'were 6,478; pedestrians injured
Under
bid paving. former distasteful, destructive, and (Circular }04). These,have been proven perty Owners Assn. and will ., "on the galls', surfaces during the early ii,195! ? com Pared to 8,545 injured in
county commissioner Dave disgusting ,by millions of to be successful t; fyt' Florida but enjoy a covered dish guest.tHe- j;. 'spring. At this stage fusiform rust is '1979.This points out a slight reduction
\
Shuford, who headed the coun- Americans.As .. new and different items/should be Civic Center Friday night, July 31. very showy ands\ easily,* &''in juries -In /Ihe overall count. Of
ty Road Department in the tried to increase your gardening in- Social hour from 6:30: with supper recognized. those pedestrians killed or injured,

late 70's, the board talked one letter to;"the editor ,terest., served at 7:30: p.m. Spores produced on'the.surface of ages the 20-44 1-19 group had a slight increased.reduction The while 63

about going into the paving put it, "The moral standards Generally you can grow a garden' The annual stockholders meeting of pipe galls dono reinfect pines. Instead -"' ;age group,also had a reduction.over
business, sharing a paving of our country are reaching wherever weeds will grow. Your soils KLPOA will be held at 8:30: p.m. ., ; ,. they\iufe<,:t young'' leaves of a
machine with another county, the putrid state, and television productivity is a big factor in the suc- variety. of.'oaks. The fungus developsr Crossing the roadway where there
cess of garden. Soil will r wtth.in.l, tissues ot the oak leaves.and was no crosswalk caused the greatest
plus other alternatives. bears a great deal of responsibility identify your nutrient needs depending testing on ,;>\\v later''inthefH: )>ring;"generates- number of fatalities. In 1979, 168 persons -

In '79 the DOT turned back for the "anything goes'philosophy the type of crops you plan to grow. ,... ( .which then'" were killed by stepping in the

former state roads, making that we see all Thiiwill save you money and time .....,.,.v.. efp nelnfecliverspores of the pines. path of a vehicle and in'l980" 216 died.
V
: are producd -' in the same
about us." and assure the nutrientsfor manner. ,
you proper
c.
them secondary roads. First garden. Of all of the Seven Wont > oot -brow
DOT put the roads in first By withholding its supportof your don of the ancient world rjhair4lke structures called:telia on"thoc, 'i Surtngjne'lasl ten yers, there have
condition but the Make sure your garden has proper only the three Great Pyramids : Jtfnders1kfe f.infected t oak I heaves J+'*I ,.gew' 3.423 pedestrians killed on
class
from the, money multi-millions of,dollars in: drainage,, ,Some gardeners elevate of Egypt survive. : '*, : ,) M1EusrfomV t-', :. ., SfPwida: : .roadways inlragic accidents.
county's
came near- advertising revenue from .i.- rust,can be and'orth.Safo ,7Jie only time the
: steady annual Increase -
"
ly depleted secondary road such trash;,rPrgctl}''&:Gambex'| :'i" "ttir" 'i: ,' .. ',' hung pines,especially: *hctt- in deaths has dropped was in
fund. The county borrowed has taker} a major.step t tqcqnsigning.Such \*, of V 1 y I infections'-are. located on the; trunks? 1974 and 1975 after the 55 miles per
$ $$1UTAMKHIO
; T" MEMEERI
$70UfJ<) )() against future secondary '!! p t *r 4ffisd. a? I li > !roia e On oldertreaf.4'rioweverif the diseaseis .hour speed limit was initiated and gas
road funds, to be repaid place..where thejl -, I '14Z seldom an outright killer but more 'was in short supply except for a slight
't b commonly renders trees susceptible dro p in 1977
lit $JflOOJ)() per year, to pay for match (heirgarbage sunwn ngf.h ; w.e'tii4i1y4 breakage windstorms, etc :_ I OOT's mopping projects. can. @I coIrhG : w Q. r ':t OnE'tulolverY'! ( : fo r'or the 2879lorida
'.it 'usitprm. rust: can :'be controlled'j ,. 'persom.1cfled( dti (;' highways In
v
I I'&G; *((dal! 1'i1 t f 1 1Iangilag 1179> .. rough a vaH ty of dteans. In some 111180 vas'a pedestrian, said Colonel
fib f iI yourself. Ix-rame the that: I Inndrra $ 'asid.:FIRCUSON JOHN M.MILLER,Publisher.S.NIdw.Jltwra. areas* LNortlf'[ 'Florida the disease tldrlgft!: cb. Patrol director "and
only rioir. I' if 'the! aunty was : n( .d,.LJtft1ug' IC.tttJfluIIII' potential is particularly high. In IRcseareas ,like mosllilUt'aooW: s, could have

t lIt liS' VI' ;'IIIY.m.-Hfoon its priority f "'". :! /; so 'Oil,. ) : H'\.4- .,..4I:::1....MNN.a. LL..MMNr........> ,'.r"lho eqCi" t'<'JlC: or genetically, planting resistant non-susceptiblenes varieties?' if-.,1 been(on. prevenieePlhrEuglseifte Aialat ft4rtesj i .a. little com-
,
Itot Th f'hllnc'Hnncl was ninsayny die.. .u.. jt.1' II :" K j 1,s, ... M IM..$.,-., .Ad.1 M..3.- 1575 recommended. Once the dlsea$ [Iii: .1 ra j I"
fu. cI. iMTfitiNp DtiPont was '''' 01'I'Y' I tic' J"_It _"'\ _"_Y"' ''''._ 1 e \J b rtC t!j galls atre.- ,.;,: .. ,
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i July 30, 1981 TELEGRAPH
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I r/ Alma Johnson and Ralph FelicettyJr. mn Od Farewell ReG' p.tiHrl'dst' 2 ''1


qr i yri _..7 .,( \ .1rJ.1t I 'Bo id i'8i r ,. For Rev, a f\d Mrs. John Flynn' ,

Reverent 'Ind'Mte', "'SohhilVI! i 4 ttltlibLLuYClub:
Alma Johnson, The of Starke and Invaluable
'j"" l I '; i ,tl'1' (11 J "ill, ) ktr 'LJf J ..1i/lltHII. Flynn of St. Mark's Episcopal assistance to those: in need in
.. ,,",'c "F..LII, t, '' .Ir't..; ,,,: Gladys Mooty ( --I( r !' It,t')1'I' \ \ Church, who are being transferred to the community by his counseling and
i Married June*?, t id ". ) ,n > r''e, ,t i1!. :,, ITaliahasseetlwiU; be i honored.lat a ," hlsCaringJgttt( + sf.tyss fo/tunate and! \
'. **' 1 1-1 ,":' 1' ) ,t.'4t.\ 1IIoJ1e farewell reception Sunday August 2, ,01 .aljrieylly I ,arlM innltinvittt.Qeid .
MtsVAlnU {
tf S'"cJ1. :
> $ : t
Je' ahifiq&'dauiihterof YEd or, 'J r .':t J/\ tlI''ulrl rirt.n from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Parish House. 'I # ,:
Mr. and Mrs.1! AR: :'jdWiSon\5P.' of ''I# ) ofStartte ,'JI' 1"I ,( 'iXhd' >'
faff
:: ': .J ?; lldarke.Epi8leo. i / ,, Church FtIt! MrWMy dmfrftutionjiito (
off Nnr uur
(tStarkeand;Ralph A. jFplieetty, Jr., e : nwni: 964-7608 N jJI'S1l"' : : :extends( an open fnvitation to ; t St.:'Mark's Parish'starlM' with the
son of RaJph A. Felioetty. Sr. ofAit- ). : I ,iM "Its parish members,Jhe community

> chorage, Alaska.were united In marriage f '1 r, 1. 1 ,, t 0 .I t r ,, ., :Il. t. ,... ., ': I I' ''0 "r'r0 '.' of Stark and the friends. of the Fly nns sponsoring refurbishingohthuchureta and/ chaperoning; : >> the included youth 'j
o4 Sunday, June 7r at in .1; q 1 1 '' 'tl '
ijxm. .(It' '>to attend.' 1 i. tiC 0i .If( off 5t. Mark's; ort'tripS'' for' fun and
Calvary Baptist Church with l1Rev. \\It! -I -; !in.' ; l'' ', 'i Father Flynn has faithfullyserved'St. II edttcatumajflacuvitivs./ : The .Fiynns ,
Ray Williams performing the nup- U .* Mark's parish, the community, of
were members fhe Strawberry S\\ "
tials.Miss '. : g'1gaged Couple HonorddAt eptjbnrs i: and the.Diocese of rad- :ngers. \ .
'
Chris,'Dobbtf. prgarval.vfloclMrs. ", t .i ,, ford County for the past 11 year! : His '' I St Mark's'' 1'rp-Schadi bad rare 1

a program. Peggy of Dobbs nuptial, soloist music., presented '1otlss(V;! Jennifer Jockel and Matthew The'. two. 'servinglabl l ,::,{ s :were ."community activities have ..included Cehter I ist a direct result of Fr Jack's ,
the
Box whose will be an eventof covered with white Army-Navygloths Bradford County, Public ,Health l I I I observation of a need With an our corm '1 1I
Two baskets ; marriage
standing of gladiolus '
daisies breath :August 6 were complimented at a and were centered with arrangements Nursing Advisory Council, Bradford- ,1, i munity for the love and care of our 1;
and
baby's with ferns at the of silk flnwefi : Union Guidance Clinic; the Bradford ,young, ..children; ; whose parents had .jj
and palms highlighted the altar. Saturday night flanked; by
Stare three branch1 dandeT l iJr s Ministerial Alliance, the formation of full-time ,employment .outside the )
Jack?Gunter served'as'best! man. hr'ti Woman's Club. :gv, with pink ''' :
Junior tTnderhill'and;Dale Underhill / Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. J.oJ Warren tapers./.r./, | ft It. t I 111'.a i ,home.,. >,
'Mr. and Mrs. L.T. Young-Mr. During the reception hours Mrs. '
served as ushers. :Ring:.bearer was ill The Wilbert GuntersTo
Johnny Frampton. and,Mrsi. ( "
Miss Margie Gunter attended as Gena! Tanner,. Mrs. H.C. Ritch, Mrs. selectldns.l l 'Celebrate 50th ,
maid of honor. She wore a long gownin ;W.H.-Thomson, Mr. and Mrs.' W.B. The hosts presented the couple witha 'Michael BrooksTo i
frosted pink with lace ,from the Scoggins, Mr.:and Mrs. Carl;:Hurst, pair of silver base hurricane lampsas (Anniversary Wed, August 1
,shoulder to the neckline. and. Mrs.; and Mrs. Jim. Lewis..: V a memento of the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert H. 'Gunter of '
Miss Barbara Underhill and Miss I 1 t.F h 'I Three hundred guests were'invitedto Waldo will celebrate their goldenwedding The wedding of Laura Kay Thoma
Clara Johnson attended as >Mrs. Spengler greeted the guests at call between the hours of 8 and 10 anniversary on Saturday. to Michael Blaine Brooks will be an ,
bridesmaids. .They both wore long the door and presented them to the 'p.m. "i August 8.The reception will be from 2 event of Saturday, August I, at 4 p.m 9
burgundy' gowns similar to the maid receiving line composed otJnhe to 5 p.m. at the Waldo First Baptist in the First Baptist Church of Ocala
of honor. honored couple and their parents;?Mr. Church recreation hall and is given by All friends and relatives are invited lo ,

Given in marriage by her father, and Mrs. Richard Jockel and:Mrs. Kimberly Boyer, their son, Thomas Wasdin of) Cape attend. I
the bride wore an off-white lace, long Minnie Box. r''; *>* Kenneth SellersTo Canaveral and daughter' ; Dorothy Did You Know......
Mr and Mrs.R.A.Felicetty.Jr. .
Prevatt of Hollywovi.The
.
'gMiss i Wed Aug. 20 Mr. and Mrs. George Huggins
friends
family invite their to
Marlene Weir kept the bride'sbook. '
returned Wednesday of last week
Mrs Ruby Martin Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boyer of share in this happy occasion with
after weeks vacation in the
decorated with pink ros s. Mrs. two
John H. MorrisTo Starke announce the engagement and them.
All the tables at the reception were Sophia Mitcher: and Mrs. Ann Thorn- approaching marriage of their They have requested no gifts. Smoky Mountains and in Blairsville,
covered with white and pink cloths.. ton cut the cake. Wed August 8 daughter, Kimberly Ann Boyer of Ga. I

The bride's table was centered with a The couple are residing in An- Mrs. Ruby Martin of Theressa and Lawtey, to Kenneth Dale Sellers, son I .
three tiered white and,burgundy cake chorage, Alaska John H. Morris of Starke will be of Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie. Sellers of
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united in marriage SaturdaY August Lawtey. ..* .
8 at 5 p.m. In the Church of Christ, The wedding will be an event of Serving Northeast Florida
I Mrs. Mark Sapp Shower Honoree Starke with a reception following in August 20 at 6 p.m. in the First Baptist
the church Fellowship Hall. Church in Starke.No .

with cover as a memento of the occa- All friends and relatives are invited invitations are being issued, but Bill Mathis Heating
Mrs. Mark Sapp to attend. all friends and relatives are invited to

Shower HonoreeMrs. sion.Approximately 40 guests called bet attend. & Air Conditioning, Inc.

ween the hours of 8 and 9 p.m. ,...
Mark former
Sapp, the Cindy Jennifer Jockel '
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Dodd, a recent bride, was honored at Robyn Kelli Bryant: 964-7007 413.2154
a bridal shower Tuesday night, July Matthew Box .. Celebrates 12th Office Residence
21, at the Madison Street Baptist BiRTHS To Wed Aug. 8. ; ( .*
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Church Fellowship Hall given by Mrs. -
XM. Smith, Mrs. Ervin Andrews, Jennifer Elaine Jockel and Mat- Kelli Bryant, daughter of Commercial
Mrs. Harold Epps, Mrs. J.E. Den- thew Box will be united in marriageon Mr.and Mrs. Roy E. Bryant of SR k Residential
mark, Mrs. Vernon Reddish and Mrs. Jennifer Marie Scarborough Saturday, Aug. 8 at 7 p.m.. at the 16E, celebrated her 12th birthday on
Curtis Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Scarboroughof First Presbyterian Church, Stark, Sunday, July 12, in the backyard: Industrial
A yellow and white color motif was Lawtey announce the birth of a with a reception following in the'. Gazebo of her parents' home with a
carried out in the decorations. The daughter, Jennifer Marie, born July 7 church Fellowship Hall. party for her family and a few
refreshment table was covered with a in the Orange Park Hospital. She All friends and relatives are invitedto friends. 605 W. Madison Starke

lace cloth over yellow and white joins two sisters, Bonnie, age 12, and attend. Games were enjoyed by the young ,
checked linen and was centered with Julie'age 9.Paternal people after which refreshments were
an arrangement of yellow and white grandmother is Mrs. Ruth Starke Golf'Contry served to the 20 guests.
daisies. Mrs.Edwards presided at the Scarborough of Jacksonville. Mater- ....<1
punch bowl at one end of the table and nal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Club Mews .

Mrs. Smith cut and served the cake. Raymond Graham of Beaver Falls, August

The gift table was covered with a Pa. Women's .tennis league, 7 p.m.
lace cloth over a yellow and white Thursday.
gingham cloth. Jonathan Brett GodwinCapt every Augusts eNDOfSUMIVIER.I

The hostesses presented the and Mrs. James B. Godwin, 2-4 Man Blitz Tournament STUMPS
honoree with a wooden cake stand Jr., of Charleston.S.C.. announce the .I'August 18 :

B ,,,"'JI"? J .......... d.1 .- -.... ?. birth of,a son, Jonathan Brett born. Exercise clash from 5-6 p,IW.every I' 'f'," .<;1" .,. 4," \
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hunctnr.Hon i'W Foley of ; c. P and- ,favorite hors d'oeuvers., >..r. : n."t3rRADFORtfOOU; H ,
Nine friends gave a Dutch-treat lun- parents are Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Godwin 'September1 I I I
cheon last Friday at the Chinese Sr., of Starke. Paternal great- Labor Day Family Fun Day. Scotch 11l
Garden Restaurant in Starke, grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Rob-- foursome, tee-off 910. Flag tourna- LARGE

celebrating the birthday,of Mrs. Bob- PIP Shaller of Starke., / ment tee-off, anytime. Picnic at 1 SELECTION OF
by Biggs. '. p.m. (bring your own). Swimming.
An arrangement of roses and soclalizng and square dancing from 3
baby's breath centered the luncheon( Craig Austin Thomas Men's'Jeans
table:, J* Ronny and Neva Thomas of Starke Many thanks to the following people

.. announce the birth of a son Craig who are helping with the remodelingof rill oj f iU
"- -Austin born July 13 In Alachua rfo'i'
the clubhouse: Mr. and Mrs. ho aid 9)1 J
Duplicate BridgesiicClubResults General Hospital. Aubrey E. (Mac) McWilliams, new I ls19n9A I tm.uof
'. Paternal grandparents are Mr.and Bessent Road residents,have donated ; rill
'>J n/''rdd ShaW and Eva Mathews were' Mrs. Woodrow ,Thomas of Starke. paneling; Steve Hayes is going to in- E R N
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I Did You Know First United Elks Club News Free Screening ProgramFor

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b 'h' I Methodist Church News Florida State Elks 4.5 Year Olds ,
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l I I"n, W'J.h.; \ ; .'tMrs. 'J i, ''i<.W'.mMIIe; 1 7t.Hlyt' YOUTH NEWS;. <. Vice President Larry Henley held his, Church Youth r:1Uf: f \
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I /' grandson Derek J iialaapent 1' Montgomery Mr Mrp-t.f AII4.S 'were fcrtt of ar the on i UThe; Lake Butler Youth will be Joi J.,r official homecoming visitation; then;{f CtU 9'n1t j ::tH f" 1 1f. .-i i ""The'Bradford O, \
rJi ing'our: to share in week Tallahassee Elks Lodge forever; 250 -"" ;"WI' a I'
a of{ Baptist andthelTlorWteDi
h9 y yI yI ya the first of the :'" tJ) and'Mn. week guests of Mrs J/M )BlackshearMr. youth f t Thej3outh of First Church of J :
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visiting and,their ]ladies ;
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: and activities. ; --
fellowship iResotlftfes't : are
: Beginning
John S t:U Itli. Starke,enjoyed a trip to Manatee Spr1Ings
i' mi t;,,,DUY. "d 8OnOIpm\ (. 'i day.July25.'' (%< !. n"The '
i'i PleesantHlHAI ; : /, ., ,{ ";rb.fh Sunday night the youth will have a ( State Park this past Friday,July spb'nS ring'a'p'ted eenin
I i'I i'I i 4{I''II'{ .1' and'Mrs.: Ray Bfowh\ ,were in "lock-in", spending the night in the swimming pool opened at 11 24. While at Manatee Springs the four and five year olds.A .
,I A.M. for Elks who
fellowship hall and brought children. in the fieldsof
having breakfast
er. team of professionals
Dr.and Mrs. attended enjoyed swimming
I *I Jacksonville the past weak:during the young people
i i'l a birthday pal't Hltkl,W|Allen at the illness ''and'.death. qf Mr(.',;Brown's Monday morning.Every night will be Hamburgers followed served video in the lounge at snorkeling. and a picnic lunch of grill- speech language vision hearing- \
by football
Ratnada Inn ";SN'gs' t <"'.on, father CM. Wright!;who died on July filled, with a new adventure. Ben noon Florida vs'' tape and ed hotdogs;! potato chips and !soft, \and dev o nt J or
games. Maryland ,
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Saturday Nght. H'.. 20 and,was burled ''ii&'July.23. Mrs. Sharpton Trinity Florida State vs Nebraska A drinks. Methodist Church in Gainesville Bar-B-Q Est
will forborne Jg' 16-1' (
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Brown is the former Mrs. Arleneapp,1 Before leaving park
i be working with the for Beef and Pork dinner was served at Wilml'1 1StrefeWln
Bob Wilson and lMdirBoh&n-\ :; youth this ex the young people enjoyed a devotional Church {icornetf' .
non of Tampa and'Mr';'and Mrs H.T., ; j citing week. Ya'll come 6:30 in the Ball Room. time together led by their pastor Stall'it ,to 3
I Poole of GamesviM w&t Sunday, dinner -' Mrs. Hollis Hopd of', :Atlanta is The tubing trip was a great successas Lake City Lodge won the door prize 'Hev Ben Bryant. ,Other adults providing t: ,:;:t(
II I guests of Mr.,,and' Mn. J.E'Har.,- visiting her'aunt, Mr. ,41>,.''Vming usual, freezing and lots of good' for the most visiting Elks, Live Oak leadership on the trip were Mr. PA set7,: !aV,
dy- 11h. .': ,this week.Mrs.J.C,VliUnaof l ftalatka fellowship. We will never tell who accidentally Lodge took the prize for the most and Mrs. Bill Floyd (Minister of from 9 a.m. to 12 noon and Hampton
.. Elkettes. the
; lodged the tube stem up visiting During lodge Music), Mrs. Ben Bryant Mrs. Kathy Elementary from 1-3 p.m.
Joined theXamily
on
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1 t U' ;;f:' ,' their nose or who was shivering so meeting the ladies were entertainedby Register and Mrs. Leila Floyd. August 18-19 at Lawtey Elementaryfrom
: Clearance Sale i f'' ,' Miss Sara Demaree of r Ocala! is much their teeth chattered or who the Capital City Cloggers. The All youth of Bradford County are in- 9 a.m.Jo 3 p.m. .

,. Prices Marked Down, visiting her aunt,'Mrs! H.C, .Rilch on was chicken and went down the three "Southern Spice" band furnished the vited to join the young people of First Parents wishing to tcAcfejof '1M sd '
To Mi Price Wednesday and Thursday ,' ,,- mile trip in a boat. Anyone interestedin music for the dance after the Baptist every Sunday at 9:45: a.m. for this,free service are 4
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LEILA'S DRESS SHOP signing up for the trip next year? meeting. Sunday School and 11 a.m. for Morn the following phone ed"tOI'
Bradford: Square Thanks to Oleeta Hardenbrook and Starke Elks and Elkettes in ing Worship. schedule-. Shopping Center Mrs. Barbara Harvey and' Mrs. Phyllis and Jay Carver for coming Tallahassee for the weekend were: screening day and thus
Walter Harvey Jr., and children of along. We had a great time 1 Exalted Ruler and Mrs. Vernon waiting periods for the children. ,
i ", Mrs. Atlanta spent Thursday, to, Sunday Nichols John Warren Mr.. and Mrs. ,Starke 964-6091; or ttOi; ;>

Edna Mrs.Wells Carolyn of Starke Redgraves and and'Mr. and with Mr. and,Mrs. J.W., Ritch,: '" George Nealy McConnell W. Brown, Mr., Mr.and and Mrs,Mrs. Bill ,Revival, Gospel Sing ,702-3639;; Brooke*,485;1..12;!>>{ 1
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Mrs. T.F. Hutto' of Jacksonville Mrs Barney McRae, -Jr., of Lake Finucan and Mr, and Mrs:,George, ; Pleasant Hope Church j, ':"'r.r't 'r.,86'1! '
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i visited Mr. and Mrs. E.P. Ritter in City was last Thursday visitor of Mrs Revival at Starke Dominianni. M' \ :

Hamlet. N.C. last week. and Mrs. C.P. Nazworth and family:' Pleasant Hope Church will have a n't: {? f f *;:
Church off God gospel sing Saturday August 1,, at Gospel ', ,

Mr. and Mrs. H.L. Hutson were The Starke Church of God will 7:33: p.m.., featuring the Frampton Saturday : ;;f:;'1tr af k
Saturday night dinner guests of Mr. Clearance Sale duct revival con-. Girl. Scout Newsby Family.The Cavaliers p "I $r
and Mrs. Gene Sumner Lake City. Prices Marked Down( a August 3.9 with Rev., church will have a revival The of rry. Itl.wi' "" '
To V4 Price Billy Swain as the Evangelist. Ser- August 2.8 with Rev. J.C. Cersy as at Emmanuel Baptist -C-- < LEILA'S DRESS SHOP ? vices will convene at 7:30: p.m. each speaker.The Saturday at7:30'p.tntThe : j. ,, J
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Goldwire of Bradford Square night during the week and at 11 a.m. Carolyn Eaves church is located three miles church is.located on 3R 2$ I
Center and 7 p.m. on Sunday. Phone 964-5812 miles past Road; 100.,,'Followf
Palatka Mrs. Marion Goldwire, Miss Shopping north of Starke on 301. Rev. Jimmy L.
Elizabeth Goldwire,and Mr.and Mrs. Rev. Billy Swain is the State Bradford Neighborhood enjoyed an Scott is pastor. Everyone is welcome. ,: 'f.<."i' jt..<..,'J. '
Wes Goldwire of Waycross, and Mr. Evangelist of Georgia for the Churches outing at Girl Scout Camp Neyati last ,' .
and Mrs. William Goldwire of Mr. and Mrs. Robson Duffy of of God. He is a prominent Saturday. Approximately 30 ,scout ,'I'i. ,
dynamic minister of the Gospel well families picniced swam and studied .J' <, '
Jacksonville were Tuesday luncheon Hampton, Va. are visiting her known for his biblical _ "...:..:t' "
knowledge and nature from 10 :
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guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert parents. Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Eggersthis m. p.m. Thanks - - - -
Goldwire.Mr. week. pulpit delivery. to Diane Tierney for the planning and :' "
Each service will be highlighted by to all those who participated. Dr. Lounette Eaton B.S.: D.C.: "' '

and Mrs. Luther Bowman of Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Anderson and special gospel music and! singing by The Neighborhood was saddened by ,
Jacksonville spent the weekend with grandson Shawn Anderson of Savannah special groups talented In the the loss of one of our Brownies leaders Dr. Wayne C. Eaton D.C.

their daughter and family Judge and Ga. were Saturday guest of Mr. ministery of music. We cordially in- for the last eight years, Sarah Morris. m
Mrs. R.A. Green, Jr. and Mrs. Frank Palmer.Sr. at vite everyone to come and worship She has been faithful in her leader- Keystone '
Kingsley Lake. with us. ship and we will all miss her Beaulah lp Chiropractic Clinic
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t. Mrs. J.F. Bloodworth underwent Lennon expressed the feelings of all
.t Monday in North Florida Mrs. Carol Bush and her friends at the service Saturday "
; surgery children of
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":,,,,(, Regional Hospital. Marietta Ga. are guests this week of that. We ap- At SR-21 North J' a
.J"" jii1 ", preciate Sarah's years of service to '
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;" ,, :'((\i'I I jl;";", Clearance Sale Skiatook, Okla, were guests of Mr. be an inspiration to us.The .
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and Mrs. Gerald Moran were .
Prices Marked Down and Mr. J.T. Carver and family for a Phone 473-3604 :
weekend guests of Capt. and Mrs. week.
To V4 Price John Myers at Tequesta where they ... ,
LEILA'S DRESS SIIOP celebrated Mrs. Moran's birthdayand Melanie Morris dauighter of Jean ? Hours 9 a.m. 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. 6 p..m. "
Bradford Square also attended a cocktail party at Morris of Starke V fY
was on the Presi- ,
Shopping Center the home of Dr. and Mrs,Buddy King. dent's List at the George C. Wallace I Mon., Tues.. Wed. & Fri. z

Community College in Dothan, Ala.
Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Casey Jr., and Mrs. W.B. Mundy and Mrs. James for the spring quarter with a 4.0 grade 9 a.m.-I p.m. Thursdays
I Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hobbs were Barron spent last Wednesday to Fri- ,
point average on a 4 0 scale. Melaniewas American
vacationing in Clayton, Ga. Bryson day in Tallahassee where Mrs. Mun- a high honor Bradford High' es 32 average hours of TV watch Modern X-Ray Physical Therapy FacilitiessS&ste&g&t
City. N.C. and Newberry S.C. last dy visited her daughter Miss Jean School graduate. a week. .

CLjJ Wednesday to Saturday. Mundy and Mrs. Barron visited Miss ".
Mundy and Mr. and Mrs. Polo I
Mrs. Rex Anderson spent July 1623in Lacayo.Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Frank LaCamara and
Evansville Ind visiting friends family of St. Petersburg Fla. and

and relatives and attendeed 50th Peggy Shaller was admitted to Mrs. Jane McClure and daughter
Frohbieter reunion. Bradford Chelle of Jacksonville were dinner
family County Hospital on Monday.
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Carver

Mrs. J. M. Blackshear visited Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wiggins of Fair- last Thursdy evening.
and Mrs. Ben Denison and Mrs. E.B. burn Ga were Thursday to Saturday
Work in Castleberry last Wednesday visitors of his parents Mr.,and Mrs. Clearance Sale .* I.': of 'H

and. Thursday. _'. ',,:aUl<4 -1'14 1Oriq, .<;WigginswWJe,.Par.QUte to the-, Price. Marked Down 'I', :, ort" -"u al It )hlllj %
Bahamas. The Gene : u. To Va Price ,
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Mrs. L.A. Canova spitntt* (theweekend visit the 'Ode-Wiggins' on their trip t EtJ.A'SDRESSSIiOP "' i. "': 9 ,.9t! )13VOr
with her sister Mrs. James back to Fairburn. Bradford Square
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Mrs. Janet Turner was weekend .
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EVERYDAY LOW PENNY PINCHER PRICES ARE MORE IMPORTANT

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Count on us Count on us Count on us

'STOP WORRYING WHETHER OR WE'VE'GOT GENERIC BRANDS, FOR A LOWER FOOD BILL.
NOT YOU GOT THE BEST DEAL. GOOD QUALITY DEPENDABLE EVERYDAY LOWER PENNY
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FOR BONUS BUYS,TOO! .. NO'STAMPS, NO GAMES, NO DON'T HAVE TO WAIT FOR
LIMITED TIME OFFERS FROM GIMMICKS. WE'RE GOING TO WEEKLY SPECIALS. WE'LL GIVE
OUR SUPPLIERS THAT WE PASS CONTINUE TO GIVE YOU U.S.D.A. YOU LOW PRICES ANY DAY ,
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.. 'a1ge ........ July 30,1901 < t ***** ... .. ; "h... 1 LCarver L", ... _
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N'1 he' following''Is! 'fftlrU=e'rsop'acuifiit .. eqtqrgd.lheeleyatortgtalter. ( 1 the cruise down the Potomac River one ,
o'. tecesiiYoutsT ?S l nbW moclmu'm! session.' evening and we literally danced the
u'-.t4EWash ngtd..; sponsored J pi Ut ;0 .;As 4 enteredhe'.Was"ingtOn Na- night away I ,
:r::'.f,':SIallal| I.rR"r! ;,j'Etectrl.;Coo|>cratry'i ;;( tibnatrathedrwl ljn'.a.nt.l'. 'grandcur(: I The NUECA and Clay Electric It. Was Unfoijgcttabil) J I
l'51 J'HiJ Viltoci# "tlon In W athingtonpl 'Ovev, r fail 'a!\ pedal\\leeHng:1+ God',was in associates! ,Jifid e"eryhipg!thoroughly .'. 'Sct, Vn>
INUUhlghrtehu;< ) > |sealers WvM 4J..v.e' l WastdnglofirjuslatitH1; Isn. Starke, organized:! and'beiflg*give" the honor :.ForU'lckl Carvtr'toWel $. Lawton
..' ,th"'U "'States.'ln' 1!!,onii "t'h'f1da I t ** to attend this National Youth Week Chiles. ').FI,. who lunched with the Youth
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: r ;.I lurlda; lIdfof the .1)81 JJI lx; J' "" \ t'l' Wa4'-representative .,;.'\IIII', htt'u; rgcuugt,, iu1"": k.t'(a 4 'f..' :',,.r"lori'da,-i ih'lhe,' -Annual Taleht! ,Show Their efforts to reveal to the Nation's U.S. Capitol In Washington D.C.
daughter Me.and Mrs.'JitCurver; ':!and Get Acquainted, 'arty ;,This to youth our government in action and Vicki also recognized Sen. Ted Kennedy
:* .)If i*..">,,.;'+And,a senior>ttYriBNfcirerdiAj4 ( ''me;';waA'th ',most,/special! ,part of the I the historical eventsiof'thqtpust; I is accompanied by three body guards. In a
IIIthkIiu( L), ":"I'. I,; ',:'./ ljk:4ltt: : '. lr: p,'!'l.was, given lha'opportunity to what keeps this nation ativp Tod.iy-' Capitol building. '. <. \ share a song on the guitar-a part of ,. Peuplecaringl! I wish'to express the hand. ? ,. <
,By,Vicki Carver?:' .. : 'me with tho other youth from all over:?. deepest and most sincere ap precia- ti I "' .

)--1 ''Sp.dalt. .theTelegrapIi"\ .,(F: the country. and even other parts ofthe lion to-the .Cooperative and NKKCA '. ,rf \ ;/&, 't'{ .. '' ..
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t wtt. world. There was also a boat for.this special event in my life w .
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farting off from, the Jacksonville .
airport( at 3 p.m. on SundayrJun "14.V: ". I:
wG' yore finally on our way. OurI'lwpefone
and dear friend Mrs.
Jerry Bcchler was just as excited) as ----------. --- -
we were about the trip. I was one of ,- going to like ECkerd's. )
the 4''I hi K>en to represent Clay Klccliii : _
I ) Cooperation in Keystone Heights. .
At' last-.Washington, D,C., one and famous Photo Offer.
hours from Jax,
one-half
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I tine. Our pilot away was right on schedule Twice the Prints... Get an'extra set of prints wltn every roll of,
oenhough (he airports weren't. We color or black and white print film developed and printed. ,.
finally'urnvcd at our "home" for the TODAY AND EVERYDAY.
next wcek-tho Marriott Twin Bridges Twlc the Film .... Get two rolls of print film for the price of one
Mold: Kodacolor or black and white when you have your film processedat
Our) 'week consisted of a minute to Eckerd's..TODAY AND EVERYDAY. -

iiiiimtv schedule so we could see and Twice thoGuarant**... Buy only the prints you want. No ..
iloH-veiv thing. There was a grand / hassle-even if the goof was In the picture taking. -
'lour nl the Capitol Building Smilhso- WI
lIi.1It, Institute, (<'Bllour. a visit to the .N W'
Km" MU ol Engraving: and Printing,
Mount Vernon and NKECA National
llc.i Highlights of the trip to me were:
Ktcaktast and lunch at the Capitol I
\\II h our. Representatives and Senator .
I nun Florida The Hcprcsental
I Iron our District is Don Fuqu.i' and I
N-nalor Lawton l Chiles. 1 1 CL000X
Dining, our tour of the (':1&&>11111 I
lluilcling. I happened to notice a mane trSt
alkmg b\' with three security' guards 2
.iroiincl.him. I voiced to the other B u v olr freirwoer I
.irounel me Hull the man was Senator ''tzu .
''lei I Kennedy, and I was gomglo meet .enarlrMAOseMTWICE
him No one else really' believed it tai all fabric bleach ....than.tpray
teas him,until after I had\\'lIlkcdoverall.1
asked if I could shake his hand
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Wo had l a brief conversation; then he I

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The regained their first
place standing during league play this CHOICE ....., Priced ........ Priced .... carbonated beverageIn .for moat fabrics A colors. BenerthanaSOlid.Morethan74 I
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12'Wlhs and 3 losses as of July 28.
ClnSe-r hning Astros are breathing
down tHe Pirates' neck with an 11-4
record,followed by' the Yankees 8-7 I I dII1I\ SCHOOL
; TERRY or 1 r FABRIC AIR GRAN PRIX AC/DC BACKTO
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Suns, '6-!9 and a tie for fifth between SEERSUCKERROMPERS .
the Sacjrs.:\ and Reds both 4-11. / LIQUID 4r 41 L 30"MATTRESS.72" A211 MULTI-BAND RADIO I SPECIALS I
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;;:: : ,July 21V'ankees ,?.,. '" .._ .." ._ ...StoPrlMd 1 s9 .It ga .,"_ A" ( 1 'HQ.14Se'sawt.oo e.r.O.aO ...' SHARP 1'1 nrm '1 I It!'It
10 Uedt I ".f. .. .... ml 00 :.;;;: WRh'btlht-Inplllowd( Slide rule dial", :JIIIIIIII!' ; 1.I H.
The Yankees bombed the Reds as I Low.odlum.Limit1 i Easy care fabric In assorted -, Chofce of colors, .. i;1 '1Nld 1. criplltga I to '"a. : f CALCUl-ATDn .
prints & sizes' ..... > ",
Blake Thomas and B. B. Prevail l each G
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scoredv three runs with Jeff s...s.os .... G:>-<.0" 1
/ Carver'bnd Kim Johnson Tammy VASELINEINTENSIVE J l DAIWA402REEL&ROD GRAN PRIX AM/FM STEHCO! Sensor-touch eep.tonetttVg- j
Guthri. Devin Wheeler adding 2 / CARE r"- DOOR CASSETTE RECORDER entry A memory keys. ,;,
each.' ., Ho.STC.OOm.N.00 ,Includes wallet "
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.Astro I U: iators X NCI s-an ,...Q98 I
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Chris Tucker and Chanda Woods each Metal & : '..
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scored three runs as the Astros downed Prkwd Natural wood design.14"x50' spring-loaded drag. Record play I I ORGANIZERNOTEBQOI .
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emollient.
the Gators. Jill Williams and Timmy Penetrating Matching rod. stereo cassettes.
Taylor added 2 markers fur the 'd'am 0

winners;. IALO VOUHCHOtCI /
Richard Kasnick and Andy ( 298 >"
Gixxlowns each scored twice for the STPQAS-* PICNICJUG GALAXY18PEE9INCH A \ ). gra.r.. .:.f! -- I
losers.""" RELIEF ALO TREATMENT FAN ChooaeTIle alhl4er-' ; lj .

I S-OUNCI O 29 8-OUNCS ,VO.AL. 488 ,O.taCehtel'rThelrpper). '
I'it aldil X Suns :5 s.,. H.eul r1.4* ....9ge ........S ..... I x..12'9 KeeperP ClryJI .
Mike McKinney, Shannon Hicks I Helps clean carburetor Wide mouth lor easy Quiet motor balanced .- .
and Ocvln Jackson each scored two Relief from sunburns .ta as you drive.FOAM cleaning filling blades.
runt!as the Pirates put down the Suns. &minor) burns.Limit 1 WIREBOUNDNOTEBOI I
Evan: :Douglas scored two runs in a _
losing Cause for the Suns I .

July 22Gdirti ENEMA AUTOCUSHION. ,1/ ., WEeDERITRIMMER KASH.P.. DURACELLOVOLT .S-AUSJRCT.... ...I...1. :. ttis II

Todd; f llulchcson H Suns 3:scored two for 4lwouec. a..utwLN. iT. "" 6"9''' .. BATTERY 200 ruled sMgte.4" .. .._ ...,
runs 49 &,0 <449 m dividers.J '
the winners as seven different Gators I = ..;;; .Cool.I.Pda.d..L. comfortable. ..........'.0.00Easvto..* 3499 1 .IteSiitarUS............ ... I .- "vfey, feBIC J !fj A .!-,.-!
red Disposable.
scnrti\d in' a balanced team attack e handle.Trims AI kal Ine.For radios.
Evan: Douglas and Larry Green add Limit :2 C e Assorted colors. round trees/shrubs. calculators& more.
Iwo Each;fur the losing Suns I ....1\ I

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asTimmy for scored times early O 1-OAU a.Y.a.. '.. Vinyl In assorted Nw San 99 Roller pens In Blsck orBlue. '
md field im for the win, 5ge Adjustable plated grid. I colors A peturns.VINYLCHA. ie.ee ......1 ;;;J- .
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"Pirates 11-Reds I bottle. Limit iri N ..._.a.77..... 1" With" shade. I
The Pirates' bombed the Reds asIhe.hac.t I SM WATTS NS.StS .I...4.88 '.

a balanced scoring attackwith F FOOTBALL '" 1
: eight. different players being I '
plated PENCILS : : : ,j'

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TeeBallWidening a..u/.rIi..i..M. !eqr iI .

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their lead in T-Ball play -1 .
the Rascals now have a 7-1 tally In
winning followed by' the Zonkers,3-3; I t'llll f
Cracker?<2-6 and the Peeps 26. ,
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".' Bells':: 2 July".Crackers:t.7 20) ttgaa.rl.. I 69' .' l': '..fIt.J -. .1"

Casey-Trimble? John Ripplinger. :::. .......... ; Ui0 : 1 Ii'TcuchoncorrectlOnfluld. +
Hick). Kite, and Amy Griffis each 1 I
i scored three runs to lead the Peeps II BRADLEYDUAL 21-INCH CUT "3\
over the Crackers. LYSOL BASIN r.
Thc-Crackers had a balanced scor BURNER VINYL STRAP REARBAGGERLAWN Yt
ing attack in which each player TUBA TILECLEANER GAS GRILL LAWN FURNITURE MOWERfi9ia / .
scored) ",,a. *'" :
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to make sure your. completely", Mtlofled.( TINy take continuing '
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:' Quffi {ns Silver Met 'l; Green in Top Six '. .

'::'t'/'He' 1,
best thing to happen to sportsi
.in the state of Florida in years, wu S ,
.''the''Way,wrestling coach Ronnie Han it f
.r)8) described last weekend's Sunshine
State .Games in,1 which three area
;: grapplers participated in the wrest
ing competition, Saturday.:. WEED'EATERPower
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1.1 Michael McOuffie fared( the best of
.01 the matmen as he garnered a silver
medal in the 130 lb. scholastic divi- Broom
sion. McDuffie was undefeated in
three matches scoring two decisionsand _i Makes Yard & Patio Clean up a Snap
pinning one opponent in just 26 P; ? Amazing new electric powered tool sweeps away
seconds, until he reached the finals.: t y leaves grass, debris with a 125 MPH velocity air
In the finals McOuffie was'defeated 1 ,' stream. Sweep walks cars carports, lawns
by Richard Farmer of Longwood who. irM flowerbeds Lightweight with excellent) balance.
took home the gold medal. '- The Weed Eater Home 'N Yard Power Broom
I does for raking and sweeping what our line
Billy Green use made the'trip to F ''I i : trimmer did for trimming and edging.
Alligator Alley in Gainesville, and x
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came away with a top six finish in the : '
123 lb. scholastic division. Green lost A-W-)
his opening match to potential silver -:7
medalist, Jeff Horn of -
Longwood he \
Deaton.then before defeated being J.eliminated T. Christopher by ,Mark 12-6, M =:1Yd! ft\\ :(. \


Danny Nugent was the third area I F t $ w SAVi1O
grappler to compete and was
eliminated in his first two matches.

Coach Harris was,pleased with thisyear's ..- ... --..-_,_,, ."&Ir __ Model 2500 .9
competition saying it was fleducedtO49
twice as good as last year's, and he's Successful Grapplers... $ 5
already looking forward to 1982. Michael McDuffle, ,left..wrestled his way to a silver Games in Gainesville last weekend. Coach Ronnie Harris Just \
medal In the 130-Ib>>, division and Billy Green finished in la in middle above. (Not pictured: Danny Nugent) ThruJu\y310n\y\
the top six in the 123-lb.division in the 1981 Sunshine State
S ee It at T h ese Dealers
I During Saturday.Competition STARKE PALATKA
Florida Pest Control
I Florida
Roadrunners Suffer at Hands of Mother Nature 539 E. Call St. 2405 Crill Pest Ave.Control

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Heat, humidity, injuries, and above in the shot with a 29'1" effort, good finish the grueling 5000 ((3.1 miles) in .::1
all tough competition were the factorsa enough for 10th place in the Jr. divi the 100 degree weather.
small group of Bradford Roadrunners sion. He also threW the discuss 74'8" Pam Hawkins also made the trip
faced as they competed in the for ninth place. but was unable to compete due to an
Sunshine State Games track and field Tyffany Griffis captured a seventh injury she suffered at a TAC meet in
meet at the University of Florida place In the Sr. girls 800 meter run Longwood last Saturday. She was a ''d
track, Saturday."Under with a 2:51.3 clocking. Carrie Coburn definite favorite in the 200. yisFPL's
the circumstances we ran ,was eighth overall in the Jr. girls 200 0.::
very well" was the way head with a 28.9. She also ran a 69.9 400 This week four Roadrunners will t.l;;'
Roadrunner George Loper describedhis earlier in a preliminary but didn't compete in the final TAC meet of the
troop's performances., The circumstances year. John Loper Henry Cooper,
he spoke of were 100 qualify for the finals. Coburn, and DeWitt will all travel to fuel adjusttnentso
degree heat and very high humidity: The heat and humidity took its toll Longwood to compete in the 14 and
Andrew Moon set a personal_ record on Linda DeWitt as she was unable to order age-group: flgion.Jt1eet.: .

I Fund-Raising,Tourney ., et for Aug. 7-9 In Lake Butler T.. high?

Jack Whipple Construction of weekend of Softball beginning Friday limited to the first 24 teams to respond -
Starke will sponsor the First Annual night Aug.7 and running through Sunday to the July 31 .;
Men's All-Grand Trophy Slow Pitch Aug. 9. Purpose of the playing will be$85 and two Restricted
Tournament August 7 thru 9 at the tourney is to raise partial funds for Mite softballs per team., For more ..:
Lake Butler Complex in Lake Butler. the Pop Warner Football program In nformation contact Gary Roblnson.t '7' .
Ronnie Thomas and Gary Robinsonof 'M".ste..V II.,... _i .'4--" .? [" _..teJ I,: "' m.8 7t. iEM :MBEftlc, eadlinei I't.,' f ... ,
f ,
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S rke"" a, l1iJ'e t..oal: t t' will. '"''M'l\U'...\..: Diroijr July.3lm: ''' 'r ......., J 1)) V,,<. ...roa.e"cwuwvx.d jlIi'' r umr.nu It.w' .J A'i1 ro : foOt;> H .rt' IY"Irr..t 21 '> t.a. .'

........ ..... ..,......,.... .. '" 1"1t.y\ '! t .. I Prifew ces have risen"sbrriuch' in the past
years that we now spend$4 million


h"an H. Priest cofr y I've a day heard on dropping.oil.that oil Will priceswere the fuel


adjustment go down as a result?
Oil prices have dropped somewhat

< ': r recently, but this summer we'll be using
,', even more oil than usual because one

l ; ,;; 4 of lower-cost our nuclear electricity plants that is being generates repaired. '

'O' I'G OUT OF ..".. During months of moderate tempera-
r I'
I' tures, overall use of electricity decreases
,
and we burn less oil. This could mean a

CrhUOf3r1., .w.t'.j. _, .._ M lower fuel adjustment. A lot will dependon
eo the weather, the price of oil and how
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much generation we can get from other
: fl %;' MicieLk 1 ; ( : Vice President, Fuel fuel sources.
[ ;Reource; and:Corporate Development at What is FPL fight high
hIJ EUS1NESS 'I' .it. Kpt Everglade Oil Storage facilities. doing to
? : oil ? We
I Bids..' .10 Icu prices Everything we can.
>? o. I,' A shop for bargains in the oil market, bothin

I ; ,_ Why is.there a fuel adjustment contract fuel supplies and in open

.in the urst place? Customers are market purchases. We're not building
< e ':tr understandably'annoyed by high summer any more oil-powered generating facil

.,' bills and particularly: the size of the fuel ities. And before we use the ones we
EVERYTHINGWILL. adjustment-But! fuel represents about have, we use all our other less-costly gen-
\U erating sources-nuclear, natural gas,
,. '456f the"total: cost of generating elec-
'fi"l tGty, so the cost of fuel does have a and coal-generated power from other
big impact;on the bill. Since fuel costs utilities brought into the state by trans-
mission lines. We've also been mixing
it's havea
: change frequently, important to
fair ith these coal and oil at one plant, and we're '
timely"and way to cope w
enormous (fluctuating costs. The fuel pursuing opportunities for convertingour
oil plants to coal use.Doesn't .
allows fuel bills
BE SOLD.f" adjustment us to pay our
'
so that we can continue generating the fuel adjustment ,

electricity;: and to pass on any savings destroy the incentive to buy

directly to dur customers. fuel economically?,No. First of all
.
1. Why does it always seem to our own performance standards are

keep going up? Because the cost of extremely.high. In addition, there are
; fuel has gone up, especially residual oil, efficiency incentives built into the .
the kind we use most. About half of fuel adjustment regulatory proceedings, &
Include. : ,AI lI ixtures our electricity Is generated by oil;even and FPL must prove that all fuel was

more in the summer. So oil prices have a bought and used wisely.when its case. "
,.. d. dramatic effect on the fuel adjustment: on the fuel adjustment is presented.
yi 5 h '
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'. :, f .Does FPL make a'prof on the
": .?' .,....M r,,,'f.'.' fuel adjustment? No. Not a cent of
I :> .4' r $35 Residual $34. ,the fuel adjustment goes tp profit. .AU|
;;.. ,., -: \ ., Oil, Prices'.I"J _

,18 A 1b-: t. 'Aq......"r... f. dJ .' urC! '1i I,\ O..,N \;:. $30,.J''. i,. .'*..'(>Approximate.barrel*levels-)'fer 2900 'uf of-'. fuet it''goes directlytp>'. .pay' forihe cost "

J." ,? .,,\I .., a. 0 K3, ''ua't? Anlal 1 w ," .. P.." /"I 1 -' $25. $23- 00 -- ..W fI ,'j'.
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,'-i{yr'JI' 'S. _,.._ ,., ., ,. ... 'I' ..I\<\ .t'". 't' ,,, "_:." ('(0' .," ,w' ," ( : $20 '
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: a :: .j 01 1'YAQF ri'e. $10 ..ggl$1200 r I R= P. I .qvt't?, w.I':\*
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Evr Il e wn ; r' ."78"'," ;79.*. "'eO'" .. ... JjQfMaf. '811'unepvarage .. ': .

MAqUc. : Summer'! price' .=: Jury. August,September ,FLORIDA POWER& LIGHT COMPANY.icbml ..

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()If"i. r'r Misfits'Sccond; Poor; Boys.. 1-2F. : ::':: ./,:./:;

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B."I.. .,. . Iii u.d.scholarship' .I. ourn'r' !;( 'a,':) ;Hf. 0. .:

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With .(to, $t ltr"e|: Ipo'lf 4, .Country hu .1981-82'f'taOftbalt' >''i' ..:.'.
for
weekend *
Club putting. ,on ,Ir. Golf| lessons every, I I After D'aylpg' bfHef't ln&tbalAI n 'L'' r,riv III.' ".".*>} '.,> rn., .. ,> .*......'
Tuesday a.i"C':. (rom'10 to.li.a.m.youngsters ,. r tx f the 1181"belIs4Q) of bl\lI\ {}tbd St4r11e 1 ;:) season.. ? . :: ..!. !. ..
ore learning the basics. of Misfltt't'uhderllfle''' { Men'tigesardtt lets IT .. I I"I": ; '"-''''., ,:\ :.' '
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the anclenl game ", r, Fred Wheeler b\1tJt et her'dtbhY tb'/r" ."I'I"., .. .,. "..'I.. ,h':,,\.:. .'.-,''
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The" I,. )/jhe.,follow-through, ,, which. play In the uet ch01a'tAh. :TbltrdeheldJ'li .t :::= : ', ( \':" .. ,,,,,,;
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Scott' ;'John* displays. below; the Kl l j ; 'RaNol'd''dt9 'a eke ( :.
bacltsvfjlng, ?wlUch, J JErfe Sanders performs .. tatl g\ a'\Jtthtk( '-ebdohdk! twd: !II..: ...,,. 'JiI : ..1''I."J.: r; ..:..:,'.'
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>; t: bottoniert,: with help from] "days ''fI (lrJnt If', 1' ''jlli'7 \\1I. JII t.' I.,;. : ::; .., ..; ;.
Country .Club,pro Herb lierrea: contact Fwy a6dt.'f"V bt >rAhertCitgndblil ill, "., ,'" "
betwcei club I ; bid and ball home first!!)pla eI' honor* the 'I. .1.. ..' 11.,'... .
"hlcb.l err is and Bart Neighbor go Misfits- Olt secondJohriell: Smith <**' I -" : : r':
over at bottom right; and finally the Fernandlis'was'MVP'f.orthe' toutae l .1' .
gulden.rule:, HAVE. : KUN." 1. which little ki'' ''t while homerun' honors' went ''to Bill'' 1' / : ,
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Alisha! irueii .has no.'. ,trouble ,with'a. ;( Bedenfleld and a fellow player'(JBeU); ""N .9Marw O'w.raN.1NY' + N S ,t
right.; ;, \"" "fI' J, from.Smokehouse/ farm with 71, < ., ,
The clinics taught by lIerres, and '. ;I), '}I. ''J, \', ,'.' homers each, t'Popr'Boy3 .'
Harold. Bishop .have drawn as many ., ..:" I '. ,\ .. I ni Mf of? Ratford were 1.2fee}, I, r' :>;
.
as 21 aspiring golfers and will con J .:.'<''t .tf; I\\!\ I;' ( r 'f..'A.+lhl 4y m ? the :weekend, dropping games :to .. '.- "
tinue each Tuesday, until school. .. ',,' :: tourney winner Fernando's and Beer' : '0" .
wr
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"We. might, have Junior lessons r ; r'I ,, : Witch of Jacksonville. 'Poor-r.Boys' ,\
evening: during school too if,we have .... ;'; i ..:I'''''.', S eliminated i Olin's Mobile' Homes of.Starke ./ .
the interest"," Ilerres said. .\ ,". .::1;, '" !;'/ 'j : '*:,after.Olin's'lost to ""O'f Unit '" t. ;
:.
,. ''I 4.:1'(11\: ( ".. Bucks of Raiford. I. .. .
r;.r' ... !!, The Misfits sent home Guynn of '
.... I, .. .11'11HI1." ; fin", yt ,Gainesville, 13-1; -"O" Unit: Bucks'; ALVOLlNfi; :" :
A ," 'v utt. !! ..Yy dyk 14-9; Beer Witch, .8-5;; Smokehouse. ..
: i .A v4t' ; '''I .,.... Quail.Farm, (who/ put them in the, ...
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:
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.I ,.... ''''Jfi.' .'. "" ..Mw \\1_ ,kn" .. "" ;b "t. te1 _, ;;,!, l, : t'j.' losers bracket In Friday night play);- J 1 10TOFt:01,: tliT's -'. "
',I'. .14 ..,.,,. .". .\-,..'..,. .... T"1, : ,' ,. r1.' :' .''tiJ i ..t." ...,' :Jnl,.-' ," '". ? 1814..,They-,then went on to meet Fer ;h.
.\ :'i {', ..,. "' ...".>;!:",..'.n'f; j .. ;, M4'. > .'\If '1',r...;.:'.-..''rj.. nando's. TV,. a .scrappy team consisting -. '4: v..
''' .' "" : ...' .
'f' ." "'1" \ of .several Drews and W. ,W. '
'' .' ,,1', I' '. \ .' i J.'J'lf.. } ;
.,.; : '1! ," : '.,.... : t Gay players, and fell to,the TV men e w, : (". o' .. .:. ..;.
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"'!'V. : -. .' .. ... :. ; '.' ,..)!>,H' ''. "1 (':."J ',"i"i.I'.rtt\ t'" .L'' 14-4, late Saturday to end the tourney'i' .
: t. \: pp '. '. : .. ... r'r'Valvollrie :
."..-- : .,;$'::\1I I..". .' ,\.'" .40"YI'';: ,,..t;,. .,"" '.J.,{!ff'l"" '." ,.,..:.\\Iot/I. .''I.. 1",4d'' ,, h. "Our guys had their work cut out. :r Buy five quart rs.of.: ;; ,::; ;:, :: ;.. .. .:r. .:...:
..:....., J I "' :JII'iQ J''t. C' .L : \ / / Motor : "
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". .. r'IT\'I\ ... I'i: ;" really proud way guys .
'.... -.....:'1' n' .'" .'. '. ..:i.!,,. "IoI.Jl'. ....,....,.4" ... .t .... \"'. ''i'i., .. played together," Wheeler said of the< Oil, and get a $1;50,:' : ;<.-(,

{ ...I. :....:: ,, .. ... ... I:' 1" .,'. ...". 'I t.T!.,. .Misfits,"...they've waited for this op; check nght.from ". .; ... : .
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F I ..",... "" ,' "" ,. ,. portunity all ''year. It's great to. see :,.: ; \I'.:
'. ', :: f fthem gel like they've been. togetherall A.J.F6yt'anoV: : rValvolfne. ; -. .; .:,J'I; '.. .
: year long." This i fsja': "\' : '.: ..' !.,:
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Bill RatTiff shortstop for the' : ;' >I'\ .-.
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." 1 Was Can1U41flO rrr C]I'1; :7 j;'; ) : G p., ijl-awtcy News ..,',.; '. ,I. -t' :'{H 11"- .
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.' 1 The monthly meeting of the Pholl.13300 Angf$ beVore.has completed the Micanopy on Wednesdays They also 1 visited ,their' .parents children /arid'erandchildrem they caught in 1 :
.:' Florida State Museum Class Natures ; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Senile and
fJIIhUItIDhleGuWanculI' went in.North Carolina and ; )
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of CHURCH,ACTIVITIES Art Shop and Irtdlan Pow-Wow. Marjorie week. family Jacksonville spent
Board Directors scheduled for ... ? .1 j M ,:, .1" '\ Rawlings at Cr S Creek. Virginia for a Sunday'
-* )> GRACE Henry Hodgesi daughter Sarah and< with Mr: and Mrs. Earl Truxe-ll.
.. 'I'hur. VN1T6D! .WETHODISTf, Mrs. Elsie Norman Jim Kenneth We are happy to have Frank Hen-
beCIl oe a quorundid no metted"t Thrift Shop yard-.leWUl be held on. son Mark attended the stock car races and Kevin Norman. Pam and, darvis of Gainesville, able to be home Mr:' and Mrs:'JanWs D: Kell'laid

.- Th meeting ha cheduled up. ,( the.qhvirch: yard, SaturrJay, J.August 1.. at Lake City on Saturday night. Taylor and Tommy Crews ate Cindy lunchat with his mother, Mrs. W.E. Pendarvisand their mother Mra: 'S sle' Williams

,: ., fOr" ,Ill 10 a.m. untiI4p.a ? i' Mrs. Jack Estes Mrs. Susan Chapman Captain D's with us at prayer meeting on visited in Chiefland with Mm. Juim's

: : dlnl 0/6/ I :r:1": t.ae, KING'S,.CHURCH. Wednesday night- and children Phillip and Kathy Mr and Mrs.on George Sunday, Guthall July 26. of Wednesday night July 8 and Sunday Kelly's 'sisters; 'Mrs. Elsie:: "*eiiiggs' '

\/: St} tis goininual b ,ftIftDtard on I service has been changed,(rt>m 7:30 Tyree of Denver Colorado and Mr. Baltimore Md., spent a few days with services. ..: and Mrs Mary Lou Howe: Tlioy

.; .. the reaIts4j from p.m. to 8 p.m. 'and Mrs. Hermie Kelly spent Satur-. their mother, Mrs. Rossie Reddish. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch Jeff, returned home on Saturday I ovoiiinn

'.. Brad ord anf"f1Jr.ftjU"'i. ULGHLANOB4PTEST CHURCH h&i ,, day at Silver Springs.Mr. All of them went to see her soninlawand Karen and Cristina, Mr. and Mrs. Mills'Ailis li H 'returned home

Th clini ..a tf ISfd 243o their.Vacation Bible School July 20-27. and Mrs. Donnie Kelly and Mr. daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. O.LJghtfoot Riley Sweat, Jr., and son, Johnny! Saturday after ;spending two weeks

frum IfliQetntyan: 64OJrom They. had an average, .,attendance.of. and Mrs. Johnny Torode of Starke of Ft. Lauderdale and Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan and son, with her father, Fay Allen Hayes, of
.... 43. Friday were dinner guests of their parents, spenta Boca' Raton SM ''lives' "with her
night,
Brad or oug io.1hhl.W-A..1rpP': &ed theenjoyed grilled week with them. They rode around Andy, spent the day Friday at t
',' tU( j r ennrtft' 'a M- list year.L hamburgers hot dogs Mr. and Mrs. George Kelly. the country. They brought her home. Ichtucknee. River near Fort',White, mother, r rS. Patricia Hayes.
"' Friends of Mr.Lonnie Teston regretto Mr.: and'Mrs. Jack 'Wbalen 'S '
<::11 ic[:'reoei'C.el1.or,.the..t9800SI PERSONALS and visited a few before utt
more days Fla.Mrs. S
Jim' learn that he will be a patient in K.II. Futch is spending a and Chris 'Of Keystone were Sunday
budg t. -.687 from and Kenneth; and Kevin Norman, returning to their home in Maryland.Mrs. .
North Florida ir
$22. J, om Union Brar < Pam and Cindy Taylor, spent a week: Regional Hospital Wendie Smyth of Jacksonville: month with her daughter Mrs. afternoon guests of Rev. and Mrs.
I Gainesville on Monday July 27. Oui Don Love and
: ,1:. Un n. county: i aft a with Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Bentley came Saturday and took all the Pauline Devore while her soninlawand family _

. :. :. speC I I ting,: recerJrjj of Cave Springs.'Ga. Mr. and, Mrs. prayers are with him. nephews to Jacksonville to play soc daughter,. Mr. and Mrs. Obed Deepest sympathy of the community -
Mrs. A. Carter of Columbia
. ., $2.O( C e. clinic ,r ajvt the Frankie Wood went after' them,on Henry Pauley are on their vacation. is extended to Mrs. Nelle B. Harley
: boar c J1red its tqUje\ / Budget. Sunday, July 29. ,S.C., Mrs. Thomas Curran and sons cer.Mr.. and Mrs. Raymond Graham of Henry Hodges, Mark and Sarah and because of the death of her. son,

. Br df rd Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch of Nick and Matthew of Fairfax Va., Beaver Falls Pa. their their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard May, of Morrisville. Penn.
are visiting
. actio 0 countyc t1etaken_ fun any Starke, their daughter Mrs. Eve spent several days with their mother daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Buddy Smith, attended, the Stock Car He was surv ived by 6 children and one

.''m" Jones and daughter Brand! and their and grandmother, Mrs. Flossie Mrs. Edward Scarborough, Races at Lake City on Saturday night. grandson and an older brother.

aunt. Miss Elizabeth Rosier. and Mrs. Tom Casey of Slarke, came by Robert. Our prayers are with them.
Terry, visited daughters Bonnie Julie and their
)>> Terry Futch in the Beaches Hospital Mrs. Tom Talley and children of new baby daughter Jennifer Marie. to see her mother, Mrs. Fred Mooreon Mr.] and Mrs. Benton Futch: of
: fj6\1J. In Jacksonville Beach Jacksonville were weekend guests of The Saturday morning.Mr. Starke, visited their aunt. Miss
on Tuesday ( fallowing Hems were omitted from
. afternoon. After leaving there they their mother, Mrs. John Tye Sr. last week's and Mrs Ben McCulley and. Elizabeth Terry on Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
. ,\N Mrs. Wesley Wall and chilren of paper.) and Mrs. Hermie visited
JE-.CIRCUIT .; went to see Mrs Futch and sons. son. David, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Taylor Kelly
: COURT, ErGHTH ; Terry had improved some since Sun Folkston, Ga., were guests of Mrs. Mrs. Pierce Crews and Mr. Leon and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ketteringer their cousins Mr, and Mrs. 'Paul

"..;, JUDICIAL' CIRCUIT day. Please continue to for him. Flossie Rosier on July 21. Conner attended the wedding of his of Titusville. (who came up to spend Seaver,Sr.,Jacksonville, on Thurs-
;', IN AND FOR GRADCAS' On Friday pray Mrs. Barry Watts and son Barry granddaughter Miss Sherri Petersonand the weekend with the McCulleys) attended -

;f. r Ri Q"UJ.i'fY, transferred from July Beaches 24, Terry Hospital was to Lee spent the weekend with her Dale Douglas at Lantern Park Chief John Davis' retirementof day.Mr.. and Mrs. Donald Wilkison. Sr..

.:., : Baptist Hospital.Misses brother-in-law and sister Mr. and. Baptist Church at 8 p.m. Friday in 30 years in the Navy in Jackson and Mrs. Geneva Wilkison, attended

", '. "; Sherrie and Marcie Mrs. Frank Honaker of Orlando. Lake City. Miss Peterson was the ville, at his home, Sunday, July 5. the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Donald
,,{: & 'S-lOO-CA Griffis Mrs. Flossie Rosier Mrs. daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Gene
i of Jacksonville two weeks Henry Mr.and Mrs. Ralph Futch Jet fane Wilkison's nephew, Billy Falzinger.
1 spent with
. ; DIVISION:' CIVIL the grandmother, Mrs. Mildred Grif Carter, and Mrs. Thomas Curran and Peterson of Lake City. Karen Futch, Christina Branlloy. am Jr., and Sue of Tampa. They spent

:q.i; I&RO-AMERIdAN fis of Starke. sons; visited Mrs. Abstein in -.. Pastor and Mrs. David Brown Johnny Sweat visited their aunt. Mist: Friday until Sunday.
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West Monroe, La., visited their 1 Community l Georgia for the Walker family reu-
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.,' brother and sister-in-law Petty Of- Johnny DeVore of Tampa spent the nion on Sunday, July 12.

.:, ficer 1st Class and Mrs. Joe Harris J a weekend with his mother Mrs. Capt. and Mrs. John Bloom were
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, 6:30 p.m. The Senior Choir rehease, Pauline DeVore. married Saturday night, July II. in
:< and family from Tuesday until Thurs- by Elizabeth G.Walker
vs. Monday at 7:30 Each at
p.m. Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Charles had the First United Methodist Church of
i RAYMOND O.'rHEASTIE : day. All of them went to St. Augustineand phone 964-6683 Starling a
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:,". and saw the fort and also enjoyed 7:30 p.m., Prayer Meeting. Wednes- hamburger cookout on Saturday Starke and flew back to Germany

. DORIS L. HEASTIE swimming. Mr and Mrs. Thomas Card of Thanks day the Circles meet. Thursday, night. Their son and daughter-in-law Sunday, July 12.
Story Hour at the church. Friday the
: his wife, returned home on Thursday.We The Family of the late Mrs. Sarah Junior Choir and the Junior Ushers Mr. and Mrs. Joey Starling of Slarko. Deepest sympathy of the community -

\: ..P\Jf\ ndants" wish to welcome Mr. and Mrs. Jane Morris would like to express meet at 6:30: Saturday dinners ate with them. is extended to Mrs. Mildred

": ;r SALE Jim Garrison and family of Har- their sincere appreciation to their will be sold from p.m.the church kitchen. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Futch, Jcfl'illIlKart'n Dinkins Cox( of Melrose because of

,''" r NOTICE, OF riman, Tenn., to our community. many ,friends, for the cards, flowers Sunday School at 9:30: .a.m. Worshipat returned to their home in the sudden death of her husband.

' i':'' They are living in the former home of letters food and all the other acts of 11 a.m. and 6 Black Mountain, N.C. Sunday morn Horace Cox. Our prayers are with
:. Notl e' is hereby Mrs. Joyce Bennett. kindness shown them during their p.m. ing. Christina Brantley wlllli'.ty' with
. given that pursuant to Mrs. Marie Wilson and daughter hours of sadness. Mt. Morlah United Methodist her grandparents, Mr. and !Mrs. her.Miss Elizabeth Terry visited her

" judgment.of an order ot:; a, finalS Rhonda visited her sister Mrs. Ed- May God every bless each of you. Church Morning: Worship Sunday School at 11 a.m.at ,9:30 first a.m.and Willie Green and her aunt Mrs. sister Mrs. C.E. Strickland of
0: Lavonia Griffis until school starts in
ward Roberts and other relatives for Hembrick Morris Husband third Gainesville, Monday until Wednes
foreclosure entered Sunday.
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:. the abovecaptioried"action three weeks. Annie Pearl and Family Pleasant Grove United Methodist day. They visited Mrs. rick-lanil's
Mr. and Mrs. James Anders of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Starling. sun Andy Royce and his wife! Tuesday
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Church: Sunday School at 10 am.
and Melissa and Mr. and Mrs.
;, property situated in Palatka came to see their mother, Church Activities Communion service at 2 p.m., first Wayne at Alachua General Hospital.
." Bradford County, Mrs. O. J. Anders on Monday. She The Jacksonville District Auxiliary Sunday.Mt. Larry Norman went camping Thurs- Gainesville. Mrs. J.L. Kirkland was

S 'Florida, described as: went home with them, then returned Convention was held at the Greater Pisgah A.M.E. Church: Sunday day evening and came back Saturday their Tuesday dinner guest.

:. Jd""' : The/West of Lots! home Thursday.Leslie Hill,Temple First Born Church 825 School at 10 a.m. Communion Serviceat evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Nor Shawnu Brown, spent two wwk

." e' !\. \.tJ-<4-5 and 8 of Block 20, Phillips and son Bryan of W. Monroe Street Jacksonville, July 11 a.m. Service are held first and man, Mrs. Ola Starling and Rhonda wilh her aunt Mrs. Margie Wliillk-M

v/NORTWRENO, as per Jacksonville visited his mother Mrs. 20-25. The Auxiliary convention was a third Sunday. Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Jerri Starling and Debbie in Tampa.

:::'"' \J f plat.. recorded in Plat O. J. Phillips and brother Danny on great success and was enjoyed by all Ebezener Baptist Church: Servicesare snd: Amie. and Mr. and Mrs. Joey Mrs. l.iixla Korster and children

:, ._Book 1; page 39"of the Friday night. of the Jacksonville District family. held the first and third Sunday in Starling, of Starke went down Friday and her sisterInlawlillu.: .!', and

,-.. 'p blic'-reco.rds. of Mrs. T. B. Williams and daughtersof Deaconess Zephaniah L. Strong of the the'month.. Prayer meeting each .md enjoyed the fish with them, whichPersonalized children were Thursday dinner KUVI:>IS

; ; -.Bradford. Cftunty! Pensacola visited their cousin Starke First Born Church was recor- Thursday night at 7 of Mrs. Joe harris and children.

. .:. : FJnrida... ;' j '> ; .. .. ,Miss Arthurine Blanchard, on Tuesday ding secretary. The theme of the Auxiliary Greater Allen Chapel p.m. A.M.E.
. i at public'sate.f'to! the ::: : '( -. convention was "The Value of
Church School
: Sunday 10 a.m. Morn-
.' ...;; '\'fligtwstr..and.: best bid- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Griffis of Religious Education" Pro. 1:5-7. ing Worship at 11 a.m. EBB
.5 det4or; ;Cl8 t .the Keystone Heights were visitors of New Bethel Baptist Church: DistrictNo. I
'entrance" Family Day will be held Sunday StlIln
S front the thelr.sister-tn-Iaw Mrs. 2 will meet t4 j jT FBULKNERREBLTY
C. R. Crewson Thursday night, July August 16. All members are asked to
"Bradford County Friday afternoon.Mrs. 30, 8 p.m All members are asked to ( ,
cooperate.The
/'Courthouse/ in Starke,'
Adelain Kenerly and Mr. and, attend.
:FLordaMetween 11:00a.nr.andZOO : fourth and last quarterly con-
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: on ference will be held August 30 at 11 -
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I/ August t I98I. Miami,spent a week with their son-in- begin in Cocoa, Fla August 3. Rev. a.m. To &4-SOG5 'i

.,<: I GILBERfJfS.* BROWNCLFC1RCUIT law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ran- Simmons and delegates from. the American Legion Post 414: The 4 0 VER TISEr .1: j: .1
dy Roberts and family. church will be attending.
American Legion will be held August .
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Mixon and thefr'J Services' will begin Sunday" wUh Call
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.t1 I 3/:' i Moody ." e {members to please co ;: -is 3r.CJerfc: iii """* | dinner guests of Mr. and lpfrs'? conducting all activities. Morn- :change of date for this one time. All Office Space For Rent
. !. ard'W.'OliwkiAs. Frank'Camp and son Bryan. ing service at 11 a.m. This will conclude members are asked to.meet In the an- Today!

: ,, Attorney, .410' Broad Mrs. Lois Carter spent a week with services. nex of New Bethel Baptist Church at 8 OFFICIHOURSi
..,. .3 Street; Suite 208, her aunt, Mrs..Debbie Phillips of St. Greater Bethlehem Freewill Baptist p.m. Monday Friday 9. i Saturday-3

: b-'Jcksonvllle:; \ ,' eFlorida, George, Ga. Church: Schedule for the month. _...,.....,.... ............._.o.roo ................ .____ .
': a''Ez2oz phone Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Ceballas and Each Monday Tiny Tots rehearse at 2 BR, I BA From.. $24,900.

:. 54 .' -3 family of Jacksonville were Sunday PULLET CHICKEN FARM. 25 Ac. Mad Offer.

;.S,. '-A' 21C:1i6: dinner. guests of their. parents, Mr. .7Vi, x 103' STORE BUILDING. Call Si. Good term.

and Mrs. M. D. Crapse Sr. [ Letterheads & Stationary ., AC. WITH HOME. 2 barn and trailer hook-up

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0 = jfo .I..' AC. In Lowloy. S.ptle. well light pot*.

ITCI -'a.r'. t.:. .}Y;..9.ILfu! ;;:...964-5764: -2 NICE BUILDING LOTS In Stork.
\. ; PUBLIC NOTICETh. .112' on US-301 Jl$' deep with building.
. THE CIRCUIT hold a public hearing Phone 964-7700 f _
ALMOST NEW 2 BR home 4 ..
1981, en ocr.
C, URT. EIGHTH Monday. August 393 N. Temple AvenutOTSi
bLns
t 'JUOJ*IAL CIRCUIT OF Bradford County at 7 p.m. at the City Hall. HP1 1J o OLDER FRAME HOME on beautiful 1 3/4 acres In

Ftd 3A, IN AND FOR School Board will consider The purpose of this Various IsesT Stork.

BR FORD Y'f' a proposed changeIn hearing wlll.be to amend $500 down mtg. 12 percent f BEAUTIFUL BRICK VENEER hem on 10 acres

. a I School Board Rule the Housing i AssistancePlan on balance. 9%," ., ): -- rut 2I Real Estate UNUSUAL 3 BR home with mobile homo hook-up
: Piirsi nS .. e -. .. No.6300 relating to the / for the City of *4 BR. 2 BA with SOOH. an < INCOME PRODUCING PROPERTY Good financing

., 865.09, I Ii .S Student Conduct and Stark. 51.100,3 ml. from Starke. NICE COUNTRY HOME on 6% acres w/mobllo hook-up

notice by gv. mlQ ; .'Discipline Cod., at 7 Th. public! Is Invited to *LIKI TO FISH 1 Acre in' 96 -7828 986 N. Temple LARGE HOME In walking distance to cantor of Stark

that "tl i rslgnd.OE .\ :It : .. P.M.. August 17,1981, at ottend' and comment. with trailer. Access to BRICK STUCCO HOME recently remodeled Good

: CARLV T R 213 S. \, I LS, Hu-' the regular school board I Jerry' Wadsworth Crosby Lake. ., 1' ( i.. GEORGE ROBERTS _Broker prlc.
CherryFlorida St Stork,. ''P' meeting In .th. School I DirectorIltchg730i'
bond. *3 BR 1 BA Corner lot : BEAUTIFUL S AC. NEAR LAKE: 2 mobil. ham. sItes
( 0 wner, dongbu NOTICE Board Room of the County ; ; 1 1
> School AdministrativeOffices Has some financing. Spl t 1 ASSOCIATES) LARGE, COMFORTABLE HOME In town on epprex. .I
: I
S S' s inder theLAWTEY ACTION 582 NorthTemple 'NSpanCleanll. l', I .'4 Ki$ f Weekend end Evening CalliicIrd acre
firm at .
rtt mSHUlS TOv MACON MIUAD-.- Starke, I : Roberta945595 Ann Godwin' 944-5859 CONCRETE BLOCK 3 BR home priced In $30'

: 37, US .V: ) P. O. Box, DRESS,LlCNOWr| >: Florida. Avenue IN THE CIRCUIT Evenings Please Call' :'. fVernle I Patsy' *""> r..'....657' Norman Haddlng 944-5944 .1.5 AC. Near Klngtloy Lake, Septic. .lo trlc hookupand
Lawtey YOU \'E( HEREBY
." Floridaregister n ends to NOTIFIED thijif" ..oraction. Copies of this proposed COURT EIGHTH Odom, Irok.r.1':, t] fat,*. Smith 944-4217. Linda W.Johns.944-4097 wall.
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,/ be Phone 4-5474, 'h. : .3 BR 2 BA DOUBLEWIDE MH with Ingraund pool
11 I fictitioushe for Dissolution of marriage rule change may JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, OF GRI. P A '
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: name i d provi- has been filed and obtained from the FLORIDA IN AND FOR J.R.Kelly Associate X, s.II NEAR GRAHAM 20 Ac. tract ef land. $1300 par Ocre.

.. lions ,l or sold you or. required to Superintendent's Office BRADFORD COUNTY, Lynn Davis Associate 'II [HOMES: HANDYMAN SPECIAL 2 storefronts, 2 apt. Good In-
at 583 North Temple FLORIDA. vaitmant
: statute.Da serve a copy of, your
: ,. |ec rh Ih day of written defenses. If any ,Avenue. Starke, Florida.' Case No. INVESTMENTS .4 ACRES 2 BR. 2 BA frama. Markot Road.
'.' ", July A 9 In Brad- to It. 'on th* petitioner's This I II i in compliance In R*: The Marriage of ONE ACRE with Double Wide Hampton.

;. .lord, >FI ri ,. V30' 4tpd attorney, who. namearWoddress < 'with .Florida Statutes, SUZETTE FRANCESCA' p, .BUSINESS, PROPERTY .,0 ACRE PASTURE. pecans,' 2 Barnf. 3 BR horn.
'., 8/20 is' J.J. Chapter .73-310) as ; ELWOOD, Pell-. 'ACREAGE" TERMS. "
.,, enacted by the 1974 'tiener/Wit.'
WoLBERT/JR.. P.O. BOX SIX BUILDING LOTS-B.ii.nl Read.
IN THE :i C T JUDICIAL COURT 1086, Stork*, Florida Florida legislature. ,and MOBILE HOMES AND LOTS I I .ACRES-Spanlih Style horn Lawl.,.
OF THE G I
... 32091, on or before KENNETH SCOTT I .5.' ACRES-Moblla horn with bullt-on. 523.500I
CIRCUITBRADFd I NO FOR Thomas U Jr.Superlnl.nd.nlof.
Casey ELWOOD
. August 13. 1981. a"d'ile i I I TWO BEDROOM-Stucco- rental Investment
R J> OUNTY. 964-5231
the 'original with the ; Respondent/Husband .2 BR FRAME with ClC'... Jt.5OO.

: FLORIDA Ct\ IL l lS JlON clerk of this court either' Bradford Public July 27 Schools 1981' I OF NOTICE ACTION CONE FISHING Sampson llalph Bryan Real Estate .130 ACRES pasture, fish pond, 'fenced barm. TERMS.

. Cot.N before service on p*tI. Lake lot with an assurnoble -$24.300-3: BR from ham*.'TERMS. _
< ItchglJ3ONOTICE TO: KENNETH SCOTT
In R*( h .4 option of tionr's attorney or Immediately ELWOOD, Current mortgage at 8 pet. In. .TWO ACRES with mobile home hook-up. .$00.

MARTS L 1EUGENEaddress thereafter; Residence and Addr*$* terest.. $14,900.SESSENTICAD. 21 IS. TEMPLE AVE. IB e, OR IB ACRES,HWY 301. Ideal for shopping ctr.

MOORENO .otherwise will b..ritdrs4.. d. Judgment foif'the" BIDDERS. CONFERENCE, ',Unknown. US 301 r PULlfT FARM-34. acres CB home. '
YOU ARE HEREBY I MIMOSA ONE ACRE Hwy 100 $5,000.. GOOD TERMS

IC t SUIT relief d demanded. th* Notice Is hereby given .NOTIFIER thai an action. DRIVIi. Beautiful building (ACROSS FROM SONNY'S BAR-B-Q) BUILDERS HOME. 3 BR. 2'BA on 2 acre. Hwy. I4W
. _, ,. '
N P )PRTY petition. ? hddidth. 'of ,q' 'Bidders Con. I for Dissolution 'of Marriage fots. 5"10' 'd'lob'' from BROILER FARM-40 oere.-Good Income.
WITNESS Vrty : ference" to be held' at 10 NEW LOCATION WE NEED LISTINGS
seal of this Court on has been filed $4,500 each. COUNTRY CLUB AREA-3 BR. 2 BA 31/4 acres
..: TO: AAunkno/ IL July 10. 1981.GIIb.rt a.m. on August 6, 1981.at against, you >n. ,the 964.8788.< ANYTIME 8ESSENT ROAD-4 BR, 2'BA,. Brick-On acre.CELLENT IX-
the .
-, n and reaAg.ncy on aboWestylttl faction.'andyou KEEP COOL IN THIS POOL TERMS. "P\ ,"-
S. Brown. At .
Aging 3008 N.W. 13thSire.t AY-FRIDAY 9-S p.m. SATURDAY 9-12 tI .
MARTEL A 'iflKETT, ad- Clerk of th. Court By: Suite C. are requested lo Attractive 3, bedroom 2 and EPPERSON ST. Building 'Lof.,
S dress u< m V serve a of Evening Sundays by appointmentRalph .
Marian McRa.. as Deputy Gainesville. Florida.' for copy your bath home In the country.
-STRAWBERRY ACRES.Srlckhome w/10
acres
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written defense, if P. REALTOR
- Clerk.TM any This crowd pleaser come Bryan.
You A HEREBYNOTIFIE .. the purpose of obtaining I' rfaj.H .on D. WYATT.JOHNSON.Attorney -3 BR. 1% BA i In town. Close/ te tchool .
tt*> A6NOTICE with centrpl heat .
Financial Assistance In, a pool BUSINESS-FORMERIV HORNES RESTAURANT. U.S. 301 .
I a an'action '. for -4 ACRES STERN ROAO-large frame house. S MM,rental
for Ado, II Mortella OF establishing a Community '' 'Wife/Petitioner whose and air, fireplace, South of lawtey:- Appro. 3500 so,.ft. Inc. apt. with LR 2 spaces wp* J

Eugene* il h bn fll-, INTENTIONTO Care 'for the Elderly address Is Post Office ASSUMABLE MORTGAGE, BR I bath -'Cent heat/air. 2 rest 'rooms *40 ft. on 301 .3 BR, I BA-Ralford 14000.

.dk and a a requiredof REGISTER program In Bradford. BoL 456. ',Mel rfd. and much more. $52.000 (Plenty parking) S110.000. ORANGE ST.3 BR, IV, Bath.

10 .711 a V your FICTITIOUS Dixie, plchrstr) ( !) iflorl, o.i ?e66..JorL,c* .3 bedroom 1 bath block home with fireplace. S27.590owner FIVE ACRtS-Owner financing at 11 percent.
wrltt.ii .1 If any NAME
toll, on P intlff'sattorn.y and Suwannee Counties. August 1981, and file acre more or less on this .J Bedroom 2 bath black home In mint condition. Has STORE BUILDING and business Hwy. US-MI TERMS

,,' h i am. and Pursuant to 5* MINI-STOHAGE-Ownerflnanclne,at percent. In.
oddre ''s r611 fok4"o ." 9."", 1 1r& of t r.;It.y.nuvw, : Jliit com.
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PIERCE, P. ; I kPl=I' IM 1 lr rl" 'r.:. /0 i UiE'j'. 'iI'-! ,.; NEAT jl bedroom from, car. lot. creened- front. perch,' CAlt ST. Store Buildlng."Naw: fJ".a.r"-J....*
1030. a 'W.m.nr'jl!' ,... ,t ""Ji 'QUALITY3.;, clbsed-ln beck perch. 22500. WESTMORELAND ST. Building lot. *

32091.original i i F 'I"'I' Info'n.:1' : .,."" bedroom>> *Jj; bofhs;;.<*ft.n7. f*ot/eir, JL523; sq.. >
wlIeodsovduI41&i. \ I HWY Ovrv4uuft/frentage.; :1 Btdgs' : Termrf30V
th .
or*obov bufo.s A I .. ecosarjfi4pcojct : ; ltl.'t\ ., 'ivimgspo..f.nced( 51500.'b ck'ordYthekkfs AC_ I$ ju...out ef city IImlt..S7.000.. > ACRE farm an Brownlee! Rd. :1 BR. 2 B A>r1ck home.,

1981; ot r ud t'dd'b i4:; k SEVERAL NICE BUIIDJNO LOTS ON HWYt ilk i ; ,
. men rr 'part itnde all r..t't1. '. qfirfX--. ilNNiRlt\'ONtVI" ,.L ;'Two.1"iVBrqr '.2'/. ACRES $IS.OOO $ Acres ".000 terms. i COMMERCIAL BIOG. Concrete Ilk. Good location
y Ji < I I
Y.A'h., ftF.OItJi.r ..
ogaln81d.mond I.E ."'f.dJ.'tt'J! ; \ b'"r 4".A: l cli: hom;. WI( HAVE OTHER LISTINGS-CALL US FOR All YOUR REAl : Property Available on Crosby end Klngiley L kr" V{;.t :. .

4: am- frf W1 o1tt : room.;.'lc ..*. ESTATE NEEDS. Apartment far Rent
plaint Stal..V JJ."N. ......, ; Vw M' ? ... t
Wit,,. nd .1B' .> .tA' CAll US ATS1U..A'lYTIMI.. DAY 01 NIGHT| Po'ertbUI'i3nt
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s.oIcf. ci ,I -j"} ',: tt''. i ,j wf it-'y'B'JtuOalne w' (**;*-ixT 7.t-**fi..L.*; &11 ""* AFTER HOURS,
ApPTfcfll.la
. 2O 1981 jV .' 44tt; .5, .
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CI.rk. -Tfii"'tlfr''cJr''S1ijI'1t'Community ..w--. 1 '-'--' -"lowsanYeseB"Corn. : Broker/Salesman." Irene. au"'O." IIO<: ATI..U44a .
.0,51 3Hlce Manager 94-7454 Lucille SAlISMAN-44-
Court, By: Mario"McRa. Spry-MOKIR
Development .,of < 10' South .
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'.;.:Hoop Toy Inspired by Memories' :' : of Chi :t1fi! p\:. "L.a. ; 'I Fiifiin! .""-pa faucIt I

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Inspired> ) by memories of childhood of fun. along other generations. In addition' to putting the Hoop Toy :iiIYII "r, .
fun in Kentucky, Robert Smith of It doesn't require batteries or make Smith',said as a youngster In Ken- through its paces, Smith also' counts .;[; '. .
sounds but on the ingenuity of kids to think of .< .t.
J computerized space .
children ,
Worthington Springs thinks tucky it was a homemade toy put
and other and courses. ..
of all ages today will enjoy a noncomplex Smith thinks he has developed together from a wagon hub and a games obstacle rl ; \..
toy that will give them hours patented a toy children, can pass brake rod from a Model A that gave Smith is proud that all the parts are' tt.t, t
youngsters hours of fun as they pushed made in the. United States and is' ...,.i ,
"''"r and pulled it along the ground. He pleased the merchants he,has-talked., +
? said in his neck of the country it was to about placing' his product: are:en- ,utat'INAI';
a vL called Scotch and Wheel while other ,thuastic." ; !t -
+ (loI people from the Appalachian region "It is a good old American toy.
,
remember it by other names and There are no foreign_ :'parts. The
often utilized wire for a hoop. handles.are/made in Tennessee, the
Smith still has the same hoop and hoops bought in Jacksonville are actually -
rod he used as a boy 40-years-ago and manufactured in Lake City and.
the idea for a toy never left his mind."I the whole thing is put together here,!'
said Smith from his backyard
shop.
I have been working on the toy for He has also hired three people that
10 years and made a model more than
are presently putting' together 150
j.i j.i j.. tent two/rears Smith ago said.to try and get a pa- Hoop Toys a day."VI am concerned Ican't
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make take
enough to care of the
He said the process although slow market," said Smith optimistically."So .
i and expensive proved there has not
far I have sold than
more we
been a patent issued by name or type. "
have made, said Smith.He said 1,000
He said his in
patent
attorneys
will be In stores locally and in Orlandoby
Washington the same firm that
the weekend. He said and
Spires
researched the Frisbee and Hoola
Western Auto in Lake Butler have
Hoop, made the patent applicationand agreed to handle the Hoop Toy and +
he waited out the one while
year TGY and Western Auto in Starke will I
the patent was pending. be outlets. I'.
Now it is Christmas in July at the He said he is presently negotiatingwith v 1
Smith home in Worthington Springsas the Handy Way chain and others '
psuedo elves put together the three I I \
for the toy which will sell in the $5 to n I -
that make the 3B" i rOut
pieces up Hoop Toy
$6 range. to dry... ,".
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An all steel rod with a wooden han- "What is good for a children, but o. #T & 2
Hoops and pushers are dried both Inside the shop! and In the air Before
dle and a steel hoop are painted in works against the manufacturer, .outside
bright colors and then packaged into said Smith with a smile, "is the thing wooden handles are attached. < }.+ jij [* j' ',
slender plastic tubes for display. won't wear out." The Hoop Toys are then packaged ready tor distribution.. & I'?

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Recent Bradford High graduate central Florida) team Sharie, the "She's an excellent outfielder and a Four qualifying game winners fro
Sharie Hankerson will be taking partin Lady Tornado leading hitter the last terrific leadoff batter,"said Region II. around the ..state will play in tl
the Sunshine State Games, two seasons was instrumental in her Coach Sonia Hoover of Gainesville double-elimination' tournamen
}4l Florida's "mini-olympics", this team's 9-3 win over Region I High. "She was one of our top five which opens Friday July 31. and
i. weekend playing in the high schoolall (panhandle) in a qualifying game. selections for this team." Asked if scheduled to close Saturday at tl
star girls Softball competition in She slapped three hits in four at bats Sharie figured to be a starter for the Lady Gator Softball Field; on tl
Gainesville.A scored twice, and played her usual state games tourney Hoover replied: University. of Florida camptfe.WENW'S .
member of the Region II (north solid defense in leftfield "There's no doubt she will be." .

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...Smith's daughter demonstrates how to use the hoop toy which gave
youngsters hours of fun as they pushed and pulled it along the ground when
Smith was a boy.





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( SUPPLEMENT TO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. UNION

1; ., A Special Few Section Contailimg InfoOllative, Items '. 'j'i-f COUNTY TIMES.; AND LAKE REGION MONITOR


B.w( I That rfect Reside Is of IhdfonI, 1JJicn; lIaY:! Counti s''i.r. ; Y4'. ,Y (!!:>ei ii'::: i'p" q -.( MONITORThe Union County II i.

102nd Year STARKE.FLORIDA 23 Cents Copy .
531t issue B Section Thursday,July 30.1981 USPS 062-700 '..



.Family Fun and Festivity .1



I Ronald McDonald to .Highlight: : Community Carnival in OctoberThe 11


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date-be sure and mark your Bradford County Hospital Community go toward construction of Ronald Currently there are 24 Ronald area to the fairgrounds the fast-
calendar kiddies (and adults too) is Carnival and Health Fair. McDonald House at Shands Teaching McDonald Houses open and operating moving program will include a frog-
Saturday October 3, and the place,as Last year's first-time carnival was Hospital in Gainesville. This throughout the U.S. and Canada, with jumping contest greased pig chase
usual is the Bradford County such a rousing success that the 18-bedroom project will provide a 25 more under development. water balloon toss sack races dog r
Fairgrounds. sponsoring home away from home for families of show, stretcher races, and much,
committee decided to make it
children who are being treated at Charlotte Oden, of the BCH staff much more. Gospel groups from
Ronald McDonald colorful idol of an ted annual affair. The 1980 edition net- Shands for cancer or other serious iI. and chairman of this year's carnival throughout the area will provide
the hamburger generation will lead $1,300 which was applied to the Inesses. It will be located at 1600 SW has outlined events adding up to a day music during the day and barbecue
the parade and also present his goal of purchasing a $5,000 Life. PAK 14th Street,within walking distance of of fun and enjoyment for the entire chicken dinner will be served from 3
: magical l "Miles of Smiles" show as for Bradford County Hospital.A Shands Medical Complex. Estimatedcost family. Starting with a colorful p.m. to 7 p.m. 1cw
the featured attraction of this year's part of this year's proceeds will of the facility is 500000. parade at 9 a.m., from the downtown ,
On the more serious side, a Health ;
Fair exhibit will provide information
Girardeau Freed After 22 about your personal health needs
Rep. Hours In UC Jail work.health agencies and careers in health


Rep. Arnett Girardeau D.'. of treated. with courtesy. Girardeausaid. The committee is inviting all
Jacksonville was released at 4 p.m. isr----- organizations civic church and /
The legislator was chairman of the
Tuesday July 27, from the Union social to join in this community wide
Jail in Lake Butler, after house committee on corrections until ,
County project, participate in the parade, .
spending 22 hours behind bars before last November and was a frequent and set up booths for the flea market -
the First District Court of Appeals in critic of the Department of Corrections wIll arts and crafts show, country store,
Tallahassee issued an order freeingthe and, in fact just before his com 1 F and other activities. -
controversial legislator pendingan mittee assignment ended his com- Tzi
August 21 appellate hearing. mittee issued a report calling for the Individuals or organizations
Girardeau was ordered held in con- ouster of veteran Department of Corrections wishing to participate may call Com-
tempt of court and sentenced to 30 Secretary and Bradford r. munity Carnival 964-6000 for further
days in jail by Circuit Court Judge County native Louie L. Wainwright. information. Ronald McDonald I
Wayne M. Carlisle after refusing to Judge Carlisle issued the 30-day .
before Union County Grand prison term after a brief hearing -.. ;- ,
a
testify y f --- I ...:: "
Jury investigating the murder of Monday July 27, after Rep. { -=' 4I \
Union Correctional Institution inmate Girardeau refused to testify before
Verbs Graham which took place murder.the grand jury about the Graham ,

December The case 7,1979.has been the subject of na- The key issue which will be taken / _.....=::-
tionwide publicity since CBS up at 9 a.m.August 21 when attorneys -,--- Ofrthe 22 million Americans who traveled
former will argue whether state legislatorsare abroad In 1979 over ten million visited Canada.
aired by
Minutes charges Jail Not Pleasant...
UCI inmate Johnny Fort that.he was excluded from grand jury sub- The next most popular country was Mexico,
ordered to kill Graham by a correc- poena powers on grounds of ...Said Rep. Arnelt Girardeau after hat spent 22 hours in the Union County jail with about four million U.S. visitors in I :tQ79.
tional officer. The program was legislative privilege. for contempt of court. Girardeau Is surrounded by members of (the press corpsas
repeated by CBS on Sunday, July 26; Another legislator; Rep. Andy he leaves the jail at 4 p.m. Tuesday..
the night before the grand jury in- Johnson, D-Jacksonville, was issueda One LITTLt..
Buy
vestigation began in Lake Butler. subpoena and testified before the
The grand jury was still considering grand jury Monday, July 27. Martie's c2'LS
the case as this paper went to. "This is what I was hoping for", Body. Shop ..
William Shepard Girardeau's at- 231 S. 496-2679 Get One Freer: ''' JIAUC1Hpstauran
press.Girardeau -
,
when released from torney, said after his client was 1
jail,was clean-shaven and dressed in released from jail, "We wanted a .:! Lake Butler I1JPIZZA.t:
the same gray suit he had worn into decision made here at the appeal :: : _
(he jail Monday July 27. He stated he court in calmer confines" than the Dupont Acrylic Paint Expires: August 5, \
1 did not enjoy his first experience as a Union' County Jail. .
The stay was signed at 4 p.m.Tuesday 19914CJC 964.6877
prisoner."Jail is a bad place", Girardeau July 28, by Judges Larry Gf Rear Sliding 69" Complete Exterior Beer "
said as he walked through the front Smith, Richard W. Ervin III, ,and except 301 S. Starke '
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With Chain' ." iPaul, Lloyd Ct Awford.''68, of Lawtey.was ,S; red light{ at the intersection o1;US 301,, David Robin Carter, 19, of Starke, from the UCI cold storage unit and Sutton, during his nine mile !trave.
Slap Dog ,not l Injured but damage to. the and i..Washington Street when the was not injured, but damage to the was still at large as this' paper went to replaced his torn prison blue uniform
Nets Man's Arrest: r, '1976 Ford sedan;he'wal\ driving was-- I .Buick struck the truck In the rear a arrested by)local 'estimated at $1.200. wording to Starke Police Department.The .. estimated at $300. Moss, 29 walked away according to the DOC spokesman
A Starke man was 'battery' and ,Harriet M;. Ludwig, 55.-Of'Jacksonville / accident \was\ investigated by, The car: attempted to turn right onto from the UCI blocking making plantat Residents who live on Eunice Road
police on aggravated after incidentat 'was treated for InJul'les\ at the, Patrolman T,A. Rowand who did not Thompson Street and turned into the 2:23: p.m., Friday, July 17. He was northwest of Lawtey spotted the in-
abuse an
child charges accident I local recaptured,Saturday,July 18, when a mate and notified the Bradford Coun
Recreation Center area at scene' of the : .Issue any citations: path of the truck, according to Starke
the Reno fescue: ;fcervicet but was not Police Department. correctional officer on his way to ty Sheriff's Department. lie was
9:30: p.m. Tuesday, July 28. hospital. work another area prison, spottedthe several hours later
22 of Starke, transported to the ) Damageto Rifle Around Corner' Patrolman E. W. Wilkinson cited at recaptured just
Ray Charles. Smith, batteryof the 1978 Honda sdan she was driv Aston on the DWI, driving while inmate and notified UCI north of CR-22S: and east of US-301 in
was charged with aggravated femaleand child ing was estimated at $1,800. Nets Man's Billfold license suspended, and improper turn authorities, according to a Depart Lawtey.
a 16-year-old the In : of Corrections spokesman. Sutton serving three tor
abuse according to the Starke Police1" The Honda approached ,The husband'of'an employee was charges. ment was years
/ tersection and traffic light' failed to held up by a armed robber at the Lil 'Sutton after his escape traveled on escape from Monroe County.
Department.He is charged with slapping the girl :yield and struck the ford in the left Champs convenience store at US-301 Inmate Found GuiltyOf foot through a swampy, heavily wooded Fountain serving 12 years for rob
Starke Police after leaving an inmate crew bery in Hillsborough County
front according to area
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according to SPD. north atMarket Road at 11:05 p.m.
with chain, OfficerA
a dog ,
Department. Striking assigned to the correctional officedr Moss is serving 16 years for robbery -
11:16 Monday, July 27.
The arrest was made at : p.m. .Patrolman Jerry Miller investigated Institution Inmate living quarters area across CR-16 false imprisonment and escape ;
stuck 30-30 Union Correctional -
Tuesday,July 28, by Patrolmen E. W. A male with a cap on, a
the accident and cited Lud-, from UCI. from prison. :
of
Wilkinson and Willie Searcy. rifle around the southside, of the was found guilty of battery a
wig on the running a red light charge building and ordered Emmett Lee correctional officer during a one day

Vickers of Starke, to hand over his trial Tuesday, July 21, in Lake
Car Leaves Driver Draws money and the store money in which Butler!
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Owner at Church, his wife, Sandra Louise Vickers, was The jury found Frank Borgesano INSULA11ONSAVE
3 ChargesA on duty, according to Starke Police guilty of striking CO John H. Pitts
A car was stolen from a Starke Department. while the Inmate was handcuffed at
Starke man faces three traffic
street while the owner was attending. The robber fled with Vickers'wallet UCI last January 26.
charges after his car drove off the
church on Sunday, July 26. paved portion of the highway and after he was told the store money was At the time of the incident THA ENERGY _
James V. Crosby reported to Starke struck a utility pole on CR-221, 300 locked up in a safe which was inac- Borgesano was serving a five-year
Police that his 1976 Dodge sedan was officer in
feet north of CR-18 in Hampton at cessible, according to SPD. sentence for resisting an
stolen between the hours of 10 a.m. 12:05 Vickers got in his car after the rob- Pinellas County.
a.m. on Sunday, July 26.
and noon while he attended Sunday bery, drove to the police station and Circuit Court Judge Wayne M.
School and church. The car (maroon Edward Lee Padgett, 37, of Starke, reported the armed robbery.The Carlisle ordered pre-sentence in-
with white vinyl top) was parked at was not injured, but damage to the case is under the Investigationof vestigation and set Monday, August
the corner ,of Clark 'and Jefferson 1967 Ford sedan he was driving was Capt. W.S (Scotty) Rhoden. 10 as the date and time for sentencing.
Streets, according to SPD. estimated at $200. _
The case is under investigation by The car left the paved portion of the Inmates Escape I'JEJHOMECOMMERCIALINDUSTRIAL
Patrolman Sonny Jackson. highway to the right and struck a Auto Turns In Frontof
utility pole, according to the Florida 2 Recaptured:

Police Intercept Highway Patrol. MotorcycleA Three inmates escaped from Union HOUSE EXTERIOR
Trooper W. A. Wofford cited Starke man was charged with Correctional Institution with two of HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATION
Downtown BurglaryAn Padgett on failure to drive in a single violation of right of way after his station them recaptured and the other one FIBERGLAS BATTS NEW OR OLD CONSTRUCTION

alert Starke police officer on a lane, driving with a suspended wagon was involved in a traffic still at large, as this paper went to QUALITY/ INSTALLATION
routine patrol discovered that the license, and driving while intox mishap with a motorcycle on US-301 press. FIZZ
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Jimmy Moore's Sun Sports shop in icated. 75-feet north of South Walnut Street in William Sutton, 32, escaped from a
downtown Starke was burglarized at Starke at 10:25: a.m. Monday, July 27. groundskeeping work crew at 2:45: SAVE SAVE
4:50: a.m., Sunday, July 26. Dale Raymond Majeski,36, of Mor- p.m., Monday July 20( and was recap- ON H HEATING I 9646956FRAME I ON COOLING
Patrolman Nathaniel Smith Hit Killed riston, Florida was not injured but tured Tuesday, July 21, at noon in
Dog ,
discovered that thieves had smashedout damage to the 1965 Kawasaki motor- Lawtey DEAN CASSELS INSULATIONSTARKE
the glass window located on the Causes $500 Damage cycle was estimated at $650. Kenneth Louis Fountain, 44, at 1:30:

northeast corner of the sports shop, A'dog Was killed by a car on US-301( Curtis L. Hampton 64,of Starke was p.m. Friday, July 17, walked away
according to Starke Police Depart 100 feet north of Sapp Street in Starkeat not injured and there was no damage .
reported to the 1974 Ambassador station -
ment. 23.
9:55:: p.m. on Thursday July
The robber or robbers climbed Linda Kay Wilkinson, 24, of Lawteywas wagon he was driving.
through the small opening and once not injured, but damage to the The motorcycle was traveling northon
inside a 225 horsepower outboard 1978 Datsun pickup truck she, was US-301.' The station wagon was
motor was removed from its card- driving was estimated at $500. traveling south on US-301 and turned
board crate, according to SPD. The pickup truck was northboundon left in front of the motorcycle. At this 44 S
The motor was then carried or US-301 when it struck and killed point the operator of the motorcycleput :
dragged to the easterly most exit door the dog, according to Starke Police the motorcycle on the left side to w cie1
and some items were placed outside Department.The keep from striking the station wagon r ,
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next to a 16 foot display boat with the accident was investigated by broadside according to Starke Police ( 5S
exit door cut off with a pair of bolt cut- Lt. M. L. Sibley who did not issue a Department. Champion
ters, according to SPD. citation. Patrolman Sonny Jackson cited Home
Moore.said an assortment of accessories Hampton on the violation of right of ,

were pilfered plus a welding Truck Struck way charge. 3 BedroomFurnished.
machine and boxes were cut open. He
stated police scared off the burglars Slowing For TurnNo Shingle Roof, Fully

before they could remove the engine. charges were filed after a car :3 Charges PlacedIn Frost Free
Moore is offering a $500 reward for struck a truck in the rear on US-301, Starke Wreck Refrigerator
the arrest and conviction of persons 20 feet north of Adkins Street at 12:09: $
involved in the burglary. p.m. on Thursday, July 23. A Starke man was charged with 1 7 a54 Free Set Up
Devere Aaron, 25, of Starke, was three traffic violations after his car And
Red Light is Run. not injured, but damage to the 1978 was involved in a traffic accident witha 0 Set Anchor
truck on US-301 south at Thompson
Buick sedan he was driving was
Collision Results estimated at $2,000. Street in Starke at 11:03: p.m. on Y

Was chargedwith Herschel Hanson Waldron, 26, of Thursday July 23.Michael Y
A Jacksonville woman
red light after her car Hampton, was not injured, but Aston, 23, of Starke, was
running a
not injured, but damage to the 1979
struck another car at the intersection damage to the 1973 Ford truck he was
fo East Call and Water Streets at 9:30: driving was estimated at $40. Dodge Sedan he was driving was
estimated at $500.
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Carlisle acquitted former Union Correctional telling the six jurors it was population, an action later appealedto L'
Institution inmate prison activist because the state had presented no the U. S. Supreme Court and lost.
Michael Wayne Costello on a testimony to show that the fake stamp No date has been set for the next
charge of procuring a counterfeit tax entered as evidence was the same phase,of Costello's trial.
stamp inside the prison in Februaryof type used by the Division of Alcoholic

'The last year.ruling came during a trial Beverages and Tobacco. Egg protein .Is so near John Brown Mobile Home Center

started Thursday, July 23, at the Costello, now an inmate at Florida perfection that scientist
State Prison,is serving a life sentence
Union County Courthouse ,in Lake often use 'it a* a standardto
Butler. for first degree murder in Okaloosa measure the value of Hwy 21 North Keystone Heights, Fl. 473-3775

Costello will be tried later on additional County, plus 15 years for grand protein in other food.

charges of perjury and false larceny. in Brpward County. .
in .
reporting of a crime. Stroemer is serving 599 years
State of Florida contended Costello prison: 594 for sexual battery and rob-
had offered money and marijuana to bery in Hlllsborough County and 5
inmate Albert Edward Stroemer if he years for burglary in Broward. Coun
Baldwin Chevrolet Olds
would give him a fake cigarette tax ty.Over
stamp so Costello could discredit the the past 10 years, Costello has
been the State of Florida's most
and UC1 Superintendent Raymond
prison
Massey, publicized inmate activist, having filed
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The inmate was represented by a 1972 federal class action suit that Nobody Trucks Like We Do.

Assistant Public ,Defender Richard has placed the prison system under
Fultz who asked'Judge Carlisle for a court control since 1973.: His suit

judgement of, acquittal after prosecutor charged overcrowding and poor .
Harris Tobin had rested the medical care which led to a federal

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SERVICES SERVICES FOR YOUR FREEZER:
SERVICESCOOL PERSONAL OKRA
:; FOR RENT j''.' r...," ?. PRICES PAID for used .Picked three times a_....
cggoittS 'r I. SERVICES 'I mobile homes If mortgage
SEAL FOR TRAILER SEWING 'M i GLASS::CUT TO OR LBs (, : '" OLIN'S By bushel or half-bushel.
Is 3/4 paid or more.
d\\ TOPS materials laborfunl.h.d. MIPAIRIDt. All Door' ;! windows, .tC. MOBILE HOMES fwtj' and. MOBILE HOME SALES, Watermelons, $1.00 each.

pe d $73.00. cleaned, :oIled:. and! JACKSON BUILDING SUPP SIGN PAINTING Commercial three 'bedrooms" ;' clean 9644606. Open:!7 days- Call 964-6328. Keep trying.

C 4311827.16 tfn. justed. SIS. IY, 964.6078. Orders also and private. W. will Highway< 0Wtl taken Lake Butler design Coil 964-8669 PURE-BRED REGISTERED
'2.5 BILLS SAW SHOP Complete guaranteed. In ,owners formerly! Whites WB BUY AXLES TIRES w
$ sharpening service' circular Strickland.'corner 496-3079 and Keystone before :3 p-m. 496-3291 ANGUS BULL 3yr. old.
Park. Call 468-13231, 3/12
(iI ., axles ,-44 tires. $133.00.
% hand carbide, !Rd. and Hwy16. Tfchg Heights 4734973. 2/26 anytime. 7/2 tfn. Hn. Del. to Olin. MH. Hwy. 100 Phone 964-8356 JamesGaiklns.

I chain mower blade hollow CHAIN LINK PENCBt tfn. ANSWERING SERVICE now 1 ... I BA. LIVING ROOM W Starke. 9645606. TFchg TFNchg 3/14.

IVM'OOUMJWIM M.lI.I.IIs.I .. I ground and balanced. ed. Free estimates. NEW AND USED WATER available In Keystone Are dining room I kitchen' WANTED Used tools, both RECONDITIONEDTV'StColors

2B*. 2 Both 21 ft. Leave at Jackson Building Man Fence Co. CONDITIONERS Soles and Heights area. you central heat and air. In mechanics and carpenters.Phone .' starting at
II tired of losing businessdue TradeInswelcome.
In Starka Service.Call for free_t.ranaly.l. $100.00.
living room dining. ..... Supply KeystoneHeights TFpeI. 12181. to someone not Hampton. Phone 468-1779. 96 .B33 I or Phone 9648212.
Lak. Butler. and Information
or ((1st months rent In advance
TYPEWRITER REPAIRl 468-1551.9/11 tnchg
kitchen .
fully carpeted.parity I phone?
9645673. 3/12 tfn. answering your 6/11 tfn.SPINET .
",, 1.heeI. Hoot TFchg the Office Shop. 110 ) 5/7 tfnchg.AWTI' WANTED Mobile Home Ax.
ana ALCOHOLICS ANONY.I TYPING SERVICEi Will do Call now for details.473372B PIANOiLIke new.
Call St.. Starke,for ( ARIAs 3BR homewith les. the best price
air. Like new. $''.OQO MOUSi typing at Kama. Please or 473-2555.7/16 Paying Beautiful Instrument with
I my lots of shade. $250
"" .5764. tfn. for good condition axles.
each. Phone 964-175. Phone 964-3148 or 94-7417. call Ada Reddish at 3tchg 7/30. per mo. first and last bench damp chaeer,
TFcha ..UD'O.D'SlnlC 964-7910. tfnchg 5/21. .HP WOOD SPUTTER for month In advance plus 9648331.911 tnchg $1000. Call 473-2735 evenIngs -
used
WANT TO BUY used SERVICE Bradford WANT TO BUY used rent hour or day.Agrldlte, WANT TO BUY and weekends. 7/30
JANET M.
W.F. McQuage Rt. 2. Box 968 Stark, typewriters and addlnfi residential' typewriters and adding 9646465. 7/16 Btchg 9/3. STARLING security deposit., Realtor. typewriters and adding tfn
be In
advertised this 1980 Doublewide Mobile machine Must be Iri $50. We also re-lay machine Must be In BABYSITTING In my homo: 782-3931 or 964-8627. 6/2 machines. Must condition. 12 FT. x ,," POOL With

working condition; lines. Phone working condition. Christian home, loves Hn. working pump. Like new $85; 21"
Home. 964-3764. tfn 2/12. 3/28 TFchg.bargains. 9645764. tfn 2/12. children. Reasonablerates. FURNISHED APARTMENT 964-5764. tfn 2/12. bicycle like brand new
MOBILE HOME Axles with
The first that called bought this All ages. Call Linda. ,With air conditioning. $140 $50. Call 9645504. 7/30
Phone
person -gI-----...------ -- - anytime. 9645915. 7/23 tires. Will pay $125. 806QUARTERHORSE
mobile home. Mr. McQuage received four w_. ipw__.___ EP_ w W. W v.... 2tchg 7/3O. per month. Call 964-6201 964-5007. 6/11 12tchg 2tchg CELDING:4
after 3 7/9 tfn.
more calls after the home was sold. ENCORE HOUSECLEANING OCEANFRONTTOWNHOUSEs p.m. 8/27. TO ,ra. old. White face sorrel.
ULPWOOD WANTED
BACK TO Service Com home to a All tack Included. $700.
Good place
clean house. Fr.. BUYsWIII cut and haul. $10to
This goes to show that it pays to advertise in estimates. Phone '964-5648 for VACATION. Flagler $15 per cord. Phone Call 964-8723 or 9648731.

the want ads. Where else can you spend or 9647189. Itpd 7/30 Beach. Fl. 2BR. fully furn., 473.3903. Keystone, or 7/30 2tchg 8/06

$2.50 to sell a $11,000 mobile home. 0 on NEED EXTRA CASH Encore beach.big swimming$350 week pool or, quiet$8OO 964-6406 Itpd 7/30. JMALL$15; walnut ANTIQUE end table dresser SlOt
NEED A ROOMMATE to live
: Consignment Shop needs month Including utilities. Polaroid 230 camera $2S.
I. with woman and two
good quality clothing and Limit 5 Pink glass dish$25. Phone
persons no pets.Call children. Meals and laundry
furniture to sell
con
000G .000.GGG ...1 signment.: For more on Info 7/30. 964-8878. 7/9 4tpd Included. $200 pel.. SOFA 964-M28.For llpd sale.7/30 Call
month MUST HAVE personal
96 .56"8
phone or
3 BR 2 BA HOME Saratoga referrences. Call 782.3625 after 3 p.m. Itpd
9647189. Itpd 7/30
ENCORE CONSIGNMENT SHOP CUT ME OUT AND SAVE Heights. Starke. $265 per 964-6359. Itchg 7/30 7/30.
ma., call 964-8811 1 or write WANT TO BUYiU.ed or AMAZON BIRDiParrot. op-
321 N. Temple Ave. Open Mon.-Sat. 9-5 MStYou estimate might someday.need a Christian free P.O. Bale 453 Lake Butler rebuilt boilers. 10 to 50 hp. prox. !'/> yrs. old with

Fl 32034! for appointment Call Jacksonville, 355-0613 cog., $150, Hurst bass
painter. 9646320. 7/16 tfn.CONCRETI. collect 7:30 to 9 am. boat. 15 ft., 65 hp Merc..
7/30
Itchg BLOCK House In Gator drive-on trailer
7/30
weekdays. Itpd
Star.... 2 bedrooms, den MercTrost trolling motor.
-Union County Ads- WILL BABYSIT In my home: $300 month. $200 security $1500. Call'964-8582. 7/30

I Monday thru FrIday. ages deposit. References re Ad 2tchg 8/06

25. Hot lunch. andsnacks' quired. No pets. 9648483or CAR ENGINESFord 240 six-
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I PERSONAL FOR SALE FOR SALE.CONTEMPORARY : Call 964-6934. 1-726-7631. 7/16 3tchf| Gl ResultsFOR cyl., $50: 2006-cyl, $25; C-4
Itchg 730"ULPWOOD 7/30 automatic tran.m''on.SSO. .

SERVICES OFFICE AND SCHOOL LIVING WANTED TO LARGE 2 BR HOUSE inStork. Call 964-5747. Itchg

PLIES GIFTSSee Un 'ROOM SUITEs w/sofa BUYiWIII cut and haul. $10to .. Den, laundry rm., SALE 7/30

CUSTOM MAOIDRAPERIISt County Times open loveieat. used 6 months $15 per cord. Phone attached garage. $300 per lESS THAN HAlf

Truck Auction Free day and Tuesday 8:30: $300 chrome and butcher 4733903. Keystone or month. Lease and refer- USED NEWSPAPER! PRICLI Excellent condition

estimates. Local to S p.m., .. block coffee/2 end tables 964-6406. Itpd 7/30 rences required. Call ALUMINUM !PLATES 24 x 4 ft. high chain link fence

Wed. Aug. 12 10 a.m. distributors for completely' closed Thursday and $100 pair whit. lamps LIMEROCK:20 yard semi- 964-8483 or 17267651.. 36" 25' each. Bradford and gate $300. You take
washable nationally' day 8:30: a.m. till noon. S w/scalloped shades $70. load only. ALLEN TAYLOR. 7/30 tfnMOBILE County Telegraph down at this low. low

Starke Truck Plaza advertised Gardsetle' our 1/2 price table Queen-sized' bedroom 7823172. 7/30 tf... HOME 2 bedrooms, 9646305. tfn price. Call 9648602.
Draperies. saw Enter selected used NEW NEW a USED ILECTRIC RANGI.S25; electric
gift Items. suite w/bedding. 3 CARPET
furnished. In
Starke Florida prises. Ed or Lama 1 partially hot water heater $25;
Furniture 4
I contemporary cards months $473 matching town. Call 9645200. Itchg Appliances.
Stephen. 496-221. percent off. washar/dryer$250. double FOR RENT 7/30. Plumb. fixtures and pipes. lawn mower $50. All in

Consignment AcceptedFor 5/1/8OTFN. 1972 CHEVY LUVt bed $60. twin beds $43. TWO ROOM APARTMENTiAII BARGAIN CENTER. US 301 good condition. Call
WILL INSTALL SEPTIC
gas mileage. 1974 752-7961 Providence. Itchg South. 9646679. 2/5 9645388. tpd 7/30
Information Call TANKSI ond drain fields MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE utilities furnish 10 SPEED MURRAY boys
radio AC/heat good 7/30. TFNchg
pump out tanks, also fll' $1.300 firm. ..31." I" 4 HOME PARK mobile homes ed. Also restaurant whichcan BLUEBERRIES Still hove lots bicycle, $100 or belt offer.
McDougalls Auction Company dirt. Licensed. Call Brinci for Phone be used for restaurantor
and rent. Call 964-5751. 7/30
spaces Itchg
6 p.m. TFN chg. 9INNETTE SET $85. hide-a for else of large sweet berries I
longas
anything so
1-904-772-7930 Jones 275-2197 around ) 1976 FORD ELITE bed $223 wood sofa $95. 468-2912. TFchgHOUSEKEEPING I Is moved. U-pIck 8 a.m. to 6:30: p.m.Mondav.Saturday. lAB FURNITUREiMatchlng:
a.m. or after 5 p.m. 7/16 and sleepIng equipment I yellow and white baby crib
.
excellent condition color TV $100. frost free
964-7184. 3'/i ml. North
TFN. gas mileage. $2995. refrigerator $175 bar w/2 room TV and Air 301. Underwood Motel. on 2:30-6:30: on Sunday. and dresser $50.00. Call

--"" Hale 496-2171. TFN 7/2. stools $95. freezer $150 Underwood Motel 3 miles RAILER:2 bedrooms, unfurnished Earlton area. 200A 4 miles 964-8850. Itpd 7/30

ClassifiedAds INSURANCEMAINES PLANT SALE All gallon I GE microwave oven $230 North of Starka on Hwy in with west and 1.8 miles north of SEVERAL ITEMSlToble top

plants $1 I. You'll be antique whit. bedroom 301. 1(1/9 tnchg AC/CH. $130 country per mo.. $100damage Melrose See signs Bring hair dryer; 30 gal
TRAILER
INSURANCE AGENCY ed at the varieties. suite $350 washer $123 SPACEon Sampson 'Call I containers. Longnecker aquarium; zig-zag Singer

: 160 S. Lake Ave., Lake trees with fruit $3. dryer $83 queen-sized Lake. Lake frontage. Call 782-3771 after deposit.6 I tchg phone 475-1151 and sewing machine; trom
Butler. 496-3978. Complete English Ivy. Sale waterbed cost $695 now 964-7412 after 5 p.m. Itpd p.m. 7/2 Stchg 7/30. bone. Call 9648993. Itpd

Get Results Insurance Service. TFN August 1. $300. 752-7961 Providence 7/30 7/30

MARY'S GARDEN SR 121 Itchg 7/30. 730Keystone
Enroll Now LaCro.... Closed CHEVY PICK-UP 1 ton. I Ads
For professional den- FOR RENT and Monday. 350 automatic excellent

tal care at 25-100% savings 12X65 MOBILE HOME:1 1/2 3tchg 7/167/23 7/30. condition,, twin tanks .

(regardless of present FOR YOUR bath. add on family room IOSTON TERRIERS Males sliding rear window. WANTEDCASH MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE HOMES FORTRANSfElflaNGMuit

condition of your HEAL ESTATE NEEDSIN furnished. 12X12 utility weeks old adorable, $3,500 orfbest offer. -'1.0eomp.r .
..
teeth). X-rays clean. UNION COUNTY bldg. 4 miles east of Lake ehots....48Sl677s, v-faro8 foot bed loa GOLbTfRrjlnvg; BIN O O***AJAIRJ f::X N,, iAKE tOT on Sand bottomi'd ALE ''I

ings fluoride ,treat Butler 4962842.Itchg. .. J. ',-" 2tchg 7/30 8/6. '* 1 S1'1 976 F'btdlck-up p00. ;. $.wel.yi'dIamoads.:' elns.' .1ROJOJN .MALUiSA21!:: ,..*,'Thke.-To 1t4111 ..t,1ff $800 II
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Residential ''AcreageCommercial 7/30.'I YARD !. : ;: ,&: ;;: speed. 4wheel .. J sell. 2
,' ,.- ,. Will visit home. Saturdays, 7 p.m.Tublld: In'> dowri $146.....'peH month.
7 and your
ments exams more I 1. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. fIr'l ; drive, hunting anywhere. 376-5235. Mr. vlted. tfnchg 7/2 Phone 473-4038 or month old Colonial brick

are Free. With group HELP WANTED clothes, shoes lights, $2.000 or best offer. Rittman. tfnchg 7/2 473-4367 after 6' p.m. home. 3 BR, 2 BA. living

coverage even fillings Call: crochet yarn Excellent mechanical .con WANTED RESPONSIBLE OPPORTUNITIESTOP tfnchg 7/30 room., dining room family
household dition. 4963819. room. eat-ln-kltchen.
and extractions are Venera Brown OUTSIDE SALESiOpenlng for Itpd BABY-SITTER for 3-month- LAKE LOTS AND ACREAGE-
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salesperson familiar with washing machine $ 7/30. : CHI A. / acre wooded lot.
free. Every dental pro 4963022Or needs motor Avon old and 2-year-old. EARNINGS. Earn up to Keystone Heights owner energy efficient. $10,000
auto Including heavy
parts
cedure Is covered. trucks and trailer MacI.experience ducts, curtain.b.d.pr.ad. WANTED Keystone-Melrose area. $1,500 for your po.m..hort financed 10 percent interest down I II 1 '/ Interest. $391
This is not a clinic. It bu'not ., Permanent applicants only story or article. For lots on clear sand per month. balance
preferred need 473-4338. bottomed lake, priced to
appl, Information call 473-4548
is a non-profit corpora. Sandy Hazen required. Send resumeto Everything must gdl HOMES WANTED 2tchg 7/30-8/6 sell from 9900. On. to 35000. Call 473-2024
tion available to ALL. 496.3994 : PARTS P.O. Box 128 S.W. 12th St.(2 Will pay cash for your used between .10 a.m. and'' 6p.m. five overlooking lake alter 7 p.m.. all day Friday,

You choose a dentist Lake Butler FL 32054. south of high school) mobile home. Ray Powell Itchg 7/30 (access acres available) with Saturday and Sunday. Itpd
RealtorAssociatesTiffin' 2tchg 7/237/30. 7/30. 496-3377. TFN 4/16. HELP 7/30.
from a list of par nice trees from $3,500
ticipating dentists and'OwensInc. PART TIME SECRETARY for PORCH SALI.SATURDAY .. ,WANTEDto .go WANTEDEXPERIENCED PERSONAL.SERVICES $500 down. $50 a month.Commercial iEAUTIFUL TWO ACRES-
Providence.
real estate office. Licensed Hunting from Lake Butler-Brooker frontageInvestment --
throughout your local Realtors" associate preferred. Apply with arrows, TV con.ol.bw. area to U of Flo.or vicinity. CUTTERS AND opportunity. property and home In

area. Discover the valu. In this 3 10:00: a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at children's Call 392-0597 or 4963568.TFN SEWING machine CARPENTER WORK SR-21N. Owner-salesman. Deerwood Hills 3 miles

Monthly premiumsare bedroom 2 bath home. Jane S. Usher Real Estate, clothes, shoes. coats, chg 7/23. operators needed. We are Remodeling work. kitchen, 473-4373. tfnchg 7/2 north ofmobile Keystpne460

$6.95 for 1 person; Custom built with exceptional 360 W. Main St.. Lake of china. sewing machln.cabln.t ., ARTISTS a now taking application cabinets and trim AKC DOBERMANS-.Ti| home."bfiW EBA.

$10.95 for 2; $13.95 for 3; feature Barn Butler 496-2126. tfn chg vacumn with CRAFTSMEN The third for sewing machineoperator. carpenter. Reasonable quality only. You are In. carpet CH/A,,:.deep ;well
tachments, ,. with deliciousrwafer.
$2 for each additional pond. swimming pool 7/2. Hamilton County Arts and and cutters. Apply prices. Call Ed Dempsey at vlted to visit our kennels. will
CORRECTIONAL OFFICER more. 752.7980. Crafts will $28.000, Own.er
Festival be heldon
person. Personal check paiture. lanced B. cross In person at Keystone 473-2477 after 6 p.m. 475-1228. reciwfibledown
7/30. finance vUh<.
Itposltions available at Oct. 3 A 4 at the ArenaIn
lenced. low taxes lovely Uniform ManufacturingInc. tfnchg 72'ALCOHOLIC WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN !
moneyorder Visa or MATCHING TWIN payminf.viJsountfofeTe'osh. (
Union Correctional Instltu
Jasper FL. Ribbons will
fruit trees, located on Airport ANONYMOUS tfnchg 64sACRE
setting
Mastercard accepted.Family many tlon. w/almost new Simmon.mattr. .,,*2.67<7496.
CriteriaHigh
Employment be awarded. Cash
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prizeswill fro"m
Rood In / LOTS for sale
14; acres. See to appreciate. Keystone H.lghh.21chg Closed meetings Monday 8p.m. '
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... orriCStina-oVs
wood NIghts ,
and business School Diploma o be given to stimulate with
7/30-8/6 Restricted
Additional Fri. 2995.
10oca. Open meetings.
$200 formal 912-294-0189'A:;tfnchg$/7
GED. 19 pair. sales.
or Please the
coverage available. Call age over gooc contact 3772808.
b. day 8 Alanon Monday lake access.
can purchased.Owner
p.m.
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\ moral character room table, 6 Hamilton County Chamberof BR 2MHoMs.IiverRkti. :
964-7860 anytime to anxious to sell.STiNGS'. 8 Alateen Monday 7p.m. tfnchg 6/18
enroll background. U.S. Citizen lighted china Commerce for Information FOR RENT p.m.. All In 181 KO-KART-SHlf. ".! '..o .cJPQ glt/v.r: /
now. $1.000. coffee/2 end meetings Lake TwoJjni'tl to
I no criminal record. Salary and Applications 'for Tecunseh and double ,
Educational Building. Community engine
rang. SI0.314-$13.467 an. $55. Ethan Allen participating. Entrance fee MOBILI HOMI LOT for Keystone schools', cm"eoun-
best offer.
feeder. $300
Church. 7/2 or
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bed cost $900-three retired couple. Beautiful ty"owned? .'eod..U-l'OOO.
nually. Salary Increase approved $15. No admission fee at PRESSURE CLEANING-- Call Tamara Stlnson
by legislature fo. ths ago-now $350. the gate. I tchg 7/30. trees. Across from Lake 730lO..IECI 11 3/4% mortgage.
) ImplementationSeptember vinyl sofa/chair $63 Geneva. $55 month. Phone Phone 473-2477. tfnchg 7/2 4734677. Itchg Muttsell. 376-0078. tfnchg 6/18
PIT--S875.
1. 1981. Con used.oiofchoir$125, 473-2879. tfnchg 5/7 PLUMBING REPAIRSLarryTeague BEDFORD 'LAJtfrfWR 1BA

I tact Personnel. Union Correctional coffee/2 .nd tables $ REALESTATE MOBILE HOME In lake Plumbing. Possible Phone financing 473-3681 masonry'h niJ;: fireplace,
Institution. P.O. 732-7961 Providence 1 Geneva Pork $140 and up. 4751513. tfnchg 5/21 available. beautiful waterfront completely
NEW CARPENTRY AND MASON.VWORK..bulld after 5 p.m. or see atapartment
Box 221, Raiford. Florida 7/30. Phone 473-2879. tfnchg 5/7 above oldOdam' furnished. $60,000.
COTTAGE AT SMITH LAKE- patios, additions SILVER! LAKE access, 3BR.
32083 ((904) 4311212. "An
6'ACRES Saptlc tank well off SRJ21 ownerwants QUARTERHORSE Mare FOR a special remodeling homes TV across from wood
deck offgrt
10x10
2BR large living fully 2BA
ca.h. $11.500.00. Equal Opportunity Colt $800. Phone piece of property If I Idon't and area and tile work. Also pain Eagle Store. tpd 7/30 fireplace, kitchen
equipped carpeted room
Employer/Affirmative Ac. Itchg 7/30 have It, I'll find It Free estimates. STOVE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION
$225 month. Phone" ting. equipped extra large
tion Employer 2tchg7/30 .... per
5 20 ACRES Providence area, owner financed. Pin- 8/6. FREE PUPPIESl Just ask JANE S. USHER 772-1773 or 388-3559 (Jax: ).' Phone 473-4473 during ; 10-speed bicycle master bedroom. $49.400
chgut Rd.CONCRETE. cross. Phone 496-2126. REALTOR !I' 496-2126 or tfnchg 7/2 day. tfnchg 7/2 needs tires. ALSO. 1979 with assumable loan.
4962903. eves., "Your Grand Am Pontiac. Phone
7/30 'REE YOURSELF OF UNWANTED
3BR 2BA HOME--CH/A. $350 OPAL LAKE 2BR 1BA,
Union County Realtor fin HAIR with electrolysis. 473-2479. I tchg 7/30
block bldg. on SR231. Ideal for shop or per month. lake access. masonry home, fireplacein
home. Mike McNabb 3/26.: 376-0078. tfnchg 6/18 Call for a free consultation ANTIQUE UPRIGHT beautlfu'PIANO' large living room huge
Burl wood finish
OFFICE SPACE at Keystone 4737033. Amy's oaks on beautiful spaciouslot.
APPROXIMATELY 13 ac,... Providence. Some Inane- Center. Approximately 400 Electrolysis 490 Lawrence Must tell. Phohe 473-1261 $64,900 with

Ing available. Well septic tank pole. ready for Roof Repairs sq. ft. $160 per month. Call : Blvd., Keystone tfnchg72HYPNOSIS'.op.nlng G.Itchg.. UPRIGHT 7/30 FREEZER 13 assumable loan.
practice
trailer. 473-4961. K.y.ton.H.lghh CARLTON LAKE 3BR IBA,
Classified Really Realtor. of Mark David Wise, cubic feet. Must sell $125- mobile home 21x12
QualityWorkmanship tfnchg 7/16 ..A. Now offering servicesfor riding lawn mower, John storage and laundry
OWNERS ANXIOUS '
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26" cut, $175.
Country store w/acreage. Owner will help' finance. Ati IBR BLOCK HOUSE furnished prescription hypnosis Deere Phone473-1261., 10HP Itchg 7/30 building 1 car garage, 141
for
with utilities, living traditional and In* on lake. $28,800.KEYSTONE .

; IAKEVIEW HOME Spacious/ well landscaped very Get Results room kitchen accomoda- dividual(smoking weight applications control Classified Ads HEIGHTS
tb.:.. Couples only. no REALTY REALTOR
,. attractive has small apartment unattached owner at fair prices I pets. Call 473-1426. Itpd doctor referral stress i.' 473-4961 I
If will help finance. 7/30 reduction etc.) Please call ,

I 496-3819 Gainesville, 376-3543. for Get Results YARDSALE (
BRICK HOME on '/. acre Raiford. ---- I appointment. tfnchg 79ryuntley

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" II- MELROSE BARN
WATERFRONT LOT $5500.00 cash. Keep. Cool lll Shop Keystone Heights mower, lumber SALE-rldlng, air conditioner -

I "FLEA MARKEr STEVE BROADWAYTREE furniture, clothes

i REVIEW 2 lots. High Cost of Living Got You Down? I 473-81 dfearnB. piano ping pong bumper
Open 11-6 Dolly I SERVICE. pool pinball potter's
RVCES
t ACREAGE GALORi I Keystone Heights -Dollar Sever Bldg., : wheel albums, much

f' Available In Union County. LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTS -.-. -1hp"*1L 473-4340 Removal more. Saturday August I.
4 6'1. 7'13. 15 20 40 50 6S 100 300. I..'.. a or'' 4.0 miles east of Melroseon'
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t4 Pick a number and call me up far more Inlermatlon.l Now taking application for 1-2-3-4- ; % ;e1 473-4252 Trimming Lord. Phone 473-1261.

l Owner financing or assumable) financing on most August occupancy. These all iE'vry: 'S' 'f,; :A.tJanOK' ,,1j: ( \i Repairs Of Major i Itchg 7/30
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listed _. acreage above. units are spacious, with lots of lio: :Hoi>s.. Electric Appliances
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:space, and all have Serving Bradford B Clay .473-4732 WANT TO BUY used
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
I New Selection Weekly "You Bid" You Buy Counties, < After ; ,typewriters and adding
and kitchen 5 p.,1 ,
Large Business for sale carpeting, drapes appliance.On Furniture Giftware machines. Must be In
Owner will help finance to qualified buyer site laundry facilities. I i Lawrence Blvd. 'Keystone Keystone Height ', working condition.
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assistance available for qualified applicants. I Much Mucb More, Too Many Items To Mention: I ---- .- :_ _i_ I a&c.- 1 '' :- ',- 9645764. tin 2112.WHYBELOflELY7.

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-Mel Runyan Owner Lie Auctioneer '
t Visit Newest ,
flay County FRIENDSHIP OATINfi
..96.2126or..2903 !For applications and information, ple .tn 4d. Flea Mart ol.To Public Open. 7 Dsye a wse Can'
Auction House find that Bpectal
see us at 1005 S.W. 6th St.: Lake Butler

360 W. Main St., lake ButUr. fl.. Florida 32054 or Call .496-, 141 ';-,Equal: I 'J.J fOn'" ;''bllrl\.f"\ A"c" "'" Io! ""," M.lJ'Ii" ..;.- 'Col/' M.' 'Runyon. rri Auctioneer. [person. We 'take the

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New home for ole.ARIAi. Also ,cell 2 DONUT MISS ITII I Small appliances ELECTRA 3251 On. an Alaskan YOUR OWN retail ATTENTION ARTISTSCRAFTSMENlThe a
quality built horn.., $22 month old brick Colonial knlc-knacs, baby owner loaded.. No. I con and oversee employment. shop. Offer the latest apparel third
home. 3 BR, 2BA cloth.., kids,. women, Excellent Incom. Phon. Hamilton Art and
ft. built living dition. dents Cty.
p.r .q. on your lot No no rust.N.w In leans, denims and sport
or our.. ,Adorns E Hall. room, dining room family men and mot.rnityclothe tlr... 46,000 mile 1-312-741-9780, extension .w..,. $14.850.00 Include Craft Festival will be held
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473-3056 or 479-2128. 6/4 room eat-ln-kltchen. ; kitchen Hems,, (No collect calls pi....). 4258. 7/23 4tehg 813HOMEMAKERSiEorn Inventory fixtures, etc. Oct. 3rd and 4th at the erWitltJarREALTY'
truck
air-conditioner. You
TFchg. CH/A. / acre wooded lot,. Coll 533-3431.. 7/30 4tchg extra Compl.t. Stoiel Op.n In Arena In Jasper, Flo. Ribbons
Name It, W. Got III
Christina Sell will b. awarded.
now.
.n.rgy efficient. $10.000 8/20 money
CUSTOM HOMISi a* little a* 2 week
now
under construction down IIH! Interest. $391 Morgan Rd. (C-233)) between 197. VW RAMITl Se.OOO toys and gilts at home par- anywhere In U.S.A. (Also Cash prize will b. given to "d r
US-301 and SR16.
tie.. Appro $6-$10 stimulate .01... Please
overlooking Stark. p.r mo., bolanc. 35000. mil.*, A/C, stereo. per Infant and children
Country Friday 9-5; Saturday 94.. hour. No collecting contact the Hamilton County PHONE
Call 473-2024 Assume Call : no 964-7776
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Club. Adams and Hall after 7 p.m., Itchg 7/30 payments. shop) Call TONY Collect
delivering. $300 kit Chamber of Comm.rc.
Builder Phon. 473-2056 and all day' Friday Saturday FRI. SAT>430 Center St., tfn 964.6020 or 964-5829. 7/30 fr... Call JAN 13288789.toy 1-9O4-73I-452O. Itpd 730Motorcycle for Information and application TERWILL GAR 205 N. Temple, Starke
or 415.2128.6TFchg.. Sunday. Itpd 7/30.. corn.r Broadway and ,F
1971 DATSUN ImO Z, 7/30 2tchg 806.EXPERIENCED *for participating. ''oJIVBradford
OWNER riNANCEDl 10% In. Wont Ads Center. Stark. Tool Customized. 40,000 miles. CUTTERS and Entrance f.., $15.00. No
rereit, 3 bedroom, CB (some antiques), pant, sewing machine operators admission fee at the gate. Villas offer new concept In lifestyle with
Best
Many .tra. olfer.
horn In Stark. C.ntral Bring ResultsYARD shirts, dr....*,. utensils, Call 964-6020 or 9645825. needed. W. or. now tak 178 HONDA HAWK: 400cc. 1tchg7/30 low maintenance adult housing offering charm,
hoot AC,. laundry trunk and much more 7/30 tin ing applications for sewing Asking $900. Phone comfort and quality together with energy efficiency
at $33,400. Model available.
workshop attoch.d SALEFRIDAYSATURDAYt3 Itpd 730GARAGI machine operator and) acu".r. 961.5169.7/23 2tpd 7/30 starting
IM CHEVY PICKUPV/4! ion, MOBILE
A * * * *
garage, fireplace, aboveground SAlfi2-lamlly 6 cyl., excellent condition. Apply In person toKeystone 1972 HONDA 350 CBiRun
W. to oH.r Bradford's finest residences,
sale. are proud a"
Baby furniture, HOMES
pool many extra. family Ha 1977 engine, till steer Uniform Mfg., good. $450. Call 4682144.73O .
20% down 30000. Call garage sale. Some of bedspreads, curtains, ing. AM/FM 8 track Inc. located on the airport 2tchg &o1f7t FOR SALE l/foaled/ en 33 ocr.. landscaped In magnolia oialeos.
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964-8483 or everything. N.w household Items and lot chrome rim. $1,000. road In Keystone Height, HONDA 3MAlso many p'''. dogwood plus split red ,."c. with/ attractive
7/16 3tchg 7/30.17267651. glassware, noveltle, mar. Saturday Aug. 1, 8 Phon. 473-3903 I Keystone Florida. 7/30 21chg 8/06. extra part $ 50. Call barns. Only m/nure from Stork and Go'''.'''''.. Architecturally
KINCSLIV dlthe* at reasonable am til ??? SR-16 west and or 9646406. Itpd 7/30 RM AND LPN NEED. 964-5747. Itcchg 7/30 2BR MOBILE HOME: furnished Innovative with meflcvlov, attention te derail
LAKE 50 ft.. lok.frontage price Corner US-301 and look for sign 1103 1977 TOYOTATRUCKUspeed. EDiExcellent alary and garage, storage shed, this dramatic Florida estate has special Interest ,., the
houses, x 860 It. Two SR-16 otOulf Station.9 am Woodlawn Avenue. 1 Itchg AC hilt differential. Contact BOATS enclosed porch 1 acre connoisseur with a discerning eye for superb oak flooring
drlv. dock private to 5 pm. Also will rent 7/30 AM/FM radio.' 3000. Director of Nursing Ed (lenced), many extra a rich panelling stone fireplace/ huge room. ever
Call. 533.2261. 7/16 pace to anyone for cell Phon. 964-5644 or Fraer Memorial 18500. 964.6"90.30 '.000 sq. ff. CH4A plus .".",.." garage end porch. Ha
4tchg 86.DOUBLE ing. Phon. 964-5683 or LAND 964-8139.7130 2lchg 8/06 Hospital/Baker County 12 FT. V-BOTTOMaluminum if n. everything that any successful' executive would desire.
WIDE MOBILE 964.5180.7/23 tfn 1967 CADILLACElDORADOiShorp' Nursing Home. Call boot 7.5 M.rc motor; 6 1981 MOBILE, HOMES Owner financing possible for qualified buyer.
HOMEt3: bedroom on 6 SATURDAY, AUG. Oil 9 am FOR SALE low 259.3151.7/30 2tchg 8/06 gel tank; paddles; payment starting at PREFERRED PROPERTIES
acre with 20 tr..*. til) 5 513 Alton Rood. cushions
p.con
pm. mll.ag., $2,700 or best of. ; Shakespeare $137.00 month. John
per Mare In newt Eastwood Drive 3M, 21, panelling,
Call 9648719. 7/30 2tchg Lot of 'ladles clothing, f.r. land for sale. Phon. LOSTFOUNDLOSTsILACK 3-speed trolling motor. Brown
Mobil.
8/06. ONE ACRB-WELt. SEPTIC Home carpet I.", lot low down payment If you qualify.
ceramics, household $399.00. Call 964.6357, ask
9648813.
10 ACRESiSO pecan hug. Item. Itpd 7/30 TANK utility pole, circle 1972 CHEVY Itchg LUV TRUCXt'74.ngln. 7/30 for ltpd7/3O Center. 473-3775.4/9 .HI 4 Dry. 1.6 Acs. Frame home Hwy 1C 127,000.
oak tree hade nice SATURDAY AUG. Oil 8 am drive, privacy fence, utility .. AC/heat radio CATmole, Wayne. tfnchg Searing St. 1700 sq. ft. 3 BR I'/, B. Available new.
home. Barn, pond bahio tllOne mil.past hospitalturn house. Good land. Lawt.y. excellent mileage.Good ; ;. blind In one .y. lost In 60.35 acre beautiful rolling land Breaker, area.
pasture, double garage. right on graded road $6500. Phon. 7822559. tire. gas$1500.00 FIRM. vicinity ol Boyle Highway .80 acre* A 3 BR frame home In Th.r..... area.
59000. Call 964-5388. .2 miles. Many bargains) tfnchg 5/21. Call 431-1114 after 6 p.m Baptist Church. Reward. SEWING ; MACHINE. OPERATORS .3 IK. I'/t 8, brick VA mertg. 9'/i\ %. city.
Itpd 7/30. Itpd 7/30 TWO CLEARED On. Acr. 7/30 tfn Call 9646653. Itpd 7/30 .BrIck38R, I7t\ B, OMA 326. ma. pay. II!/ %.
FRI. SAT Moving. 624 S. Lots with llmerock road. LOST.MINIIYIOLASSIS.I.tw..n Experienced Sewing Machine ."Tee for Two" cozy cottage Oil A. Priced right.

HOMES Epperson St. 8 am til 6 pm. Zoned for mobile homes. FOR SALE operators. Must be able to work 4Vi .1400 sq. ft. tastefully decorated CrMA-meve In ,,_.
Strawberry Ac,.* 3BR2BA Maple single' bed, original On. or one-half acre frontor Continental Telephone office days 40 hour week. .2.0O0 sq. ft. CiliA 48R, 3 B, largo lot commercial'
9.21 ocr., f.nc.d, painting*. lamp, back lot. Cash please. 1970 Plymouth Duster, 6 and Public Library. .Brick 2000 ..,. ft., llrep/ace/ $45.000 .mm. morfg.
tacked pond $51.000. binocular drape, guitar, NE 20th Av., |just off NE cyl., auto., body's rough along Walnut St. If found. Apply In person, on your vacation, we lake Brooklyn-Adorabfe. C4l.800-Own.fln. J34.500.:
............. vacuum misc. kitchenware 10th Ave. Phon. 9647286. but runs good. AM/FM, LOST call 9645162.MALI DOO.In Itpd 7/30 Lowt.y will be open for Interviews 7 a.m. to 4p.m. -Fish. camp an good fishing lake with living quarters.
Lawtey 3 BR, 1 blk. from plants, oak dining 7/9 Stpd 8/6. First $350. 064-8727,' S76OO far small frame flame on city let (need TIC).
chain, fish tlnd.r.Duoth.rm Sunday morning. Ho* tags Monday thru Friday.
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chool. /
Ig. shady lot. from Dr. Mulllns; 40 Ibs.. Valuable property on 301 adjacent/ fa Cant. Telephone.
oil
26000. heater. Sear Starka Uniform .200 301 1.61 A. Finest commercial
............. radial sow, tap. recorder t LOST DOO light reddish brown short Manufacturing on property.
ACREAGE $4'JOO 15 acre or 30 lets Forest Height Rd. 16W.
fur; ear lay back. V.ry en
441
20 gal) aquarium and E. Brownlee St. Starke Fla.
In Country J'/t ac. appro. 2.27 acres heavily wooded. Generous rewardfor friendly. Reward. Answers .Two 0 A parcel appro 4 m/le/ from Stork.
with 2BR home, grape pump 11 x 12 ovacadocarp.t $4500. return of nine to "Smokey." 7823279. .tot 42 Sampson Lake light pale, tenk-$16.700l
vineyard orchard. $31.500.leduc.d 7/30 and much more.Itpd .*.*......*.* year old tan Itehg 7/30 .$33,000 for 4.85 nice acre en 301 N. Highly desirable.

A RAARRRRARR, 26500. PORCH SALESaturday 8 am Strawberry Acre '.7 ac. Weimeraner. Had ------ -- - - .House beautiful/ 2244 sq. ft. CILIA close/ to shopping.
Assume *Vi % I .31 acres-tfm6er-road-Namptan-Own. fin. 12%.
til 11. Assorted girl' school rntg.
In Starkei .
2 BR red collar and
Home ID
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cloth. and miscellaneous $13.000. ; 118,500 Worthington Spring store and 3 lot*.
11000.....?..... Item, ilxe,. 10 and 12.' ***.******* : tags when lost in SaJ3/ cJLaai .lot 117 near Country Club tt.lOO.

3BR, 2Ba.. Spanish style ome 14'.. Bethel ChurchRd. 14.06 Acres Secluded ,' Lake Brooklynarea. y .4.5 acre really .ecludecf-nlce tree $9,000.
home en poclou lot InStork. ((230A), green/cream shady $21,100. Missing toe Women only, no children's facilities .40 acres lawtey area S42.0OO-Owner finance.
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.. 32000. trailer with circular New, modern CB fore 301 lawfey 52000. Owner fin.
NRAhrR5a... driveway. Itchg 7/30 10 Acr.. Approx.l with I on right front foot. Call Now For July Maxi-saver Rates .8.outlfu/8."t Rd. lot-133230'.
In Country On 1 acre lot. tBR GARAGE SALEl 510 N. large barn and Call toll free Mrs. .5 acre appro 9 mile wet ef Sfarke-St. Rd. 100.
1 BA partially com Cherry St. Saturday Aug. $23,000. w.II'1 Mock 1-800-342-5624 Gainesville's Finest & Only .7 l-acre lots, Brownlee Rrf. S4.000/A. 20* down/12
pl.t.d A-frame home with 01. 10 am til 3 pm. All *********** if found. .5.5 acre near Preibyt.Church hospital-invoke offer.
tocked pond $19,500. kind of appliance and 6 Acre Approx.l With well Body Wraps & Cellulite Treatments .20 acre. Rd. 100 W $27,990. Owner financed

Janet M. Starling furnltur. EVERYTHINGMUST and power pal.. 10200.. SCHOOLS Body Wraps .43 Ac. Lowt.,area formerly "Bare Skin lodge"$ 0,000.
GO 11 Itchg 7/30 .
** *** ** .4.71 Acre Rd. 230A. Wilson Rd. 11700.
Realtor Lose 3 to 15 inches of excess fat, in 1 hour through the Sassy
GARAGE SALEiFurnlture, 10 Acre, more or I.... Lg. .Country Club let ISO1 Jt 33'-nice location,-$10,000.
(Swedish
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:- 1 r7f2331a Iat ,Lady proeedu1'e.NOT( A WATER LOSS) Firm & tone
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,glassware, lots more.., 133i pine*. $J3.000C 3 ', ". auryCallaWaterSt.fof273'aBd'Ownerfln.fl9e00..7000.q. .
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. Dr 00 i,* N.,..Church .St..Starke.. : T' all'3''O'lo: e. I\-p','! AlrernoonDshp;; 1-;t 1.3-312.501 "M ..!....<..bWgr on Rd.-f6E Owner fin.
::t"a "t'g CellulltilTrealmenBr"
truM.J6.N2Ttfnchg ,
I. I r tile ,. ; .$500
Saturday Aug. 1,9 am T ma. Income four, rurn.Vento/.-Cell 4 Roy 53.000.
??? Itpd 7/30 Realtor Semi-Truck Driver NOW you 'can rid your body of those unsightly and unwanted Realtor Associate(-Alter Hours
712-3931 Or Navy Equipment 1 lumps, bumps and bulges in the knees, thighs, hips, abdomen, Wayne E. Douglas' e Broker-Salesman. ,".6$93
Or OpwoMra Start locally waistline and rib cage. Our method is over 50 years old and we Byron Terwlllegar-9t4-777 Gerrl lennon-496-3140
Michael B. Coon., TOU rHEII i have 13 years experience in this field and are a Vlarlene Roberts-961.1506 Martha Dorko-782-337
Carpet Cleaning Realtor Aso Florida/Nationally Franchised Company.
'"."27 Anne Terwlllegar Nelson-475-l
t NO CONTRACTS* NO EXERCISE NO PILLS NO STRICT DIET .
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,, RECOVERY!< xMy oLadyCELLULITE Mon.-Fri 9-9 ant Only
Teal Tile & Carpet T 9S4-7423 I l I I ROOM AND 2647 NW Gainesville.13th Street 374-4022(\Woolco Shopping Ctr.)) STKOUTREALTY.
SLENDER WRAP SALON
"the Recovery Room of Broker
I 'Lake i' City local Dist i I 838 N. Temple Ave.

PROFESSIONAL TREE SERVICE i I Archie Tanner Funeral ... '"' Starke, Fla.

Types Insured : I96456TT'MOBILE 96-4-5751 Home Staik. F. BROS. Strout.
i Realty Office Phone l61-H9:11:
ESTIMATES .tI&aCARDII
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Thomas 0. Nstflss '
-3130n Laks Butf.r I HOME 3 Neat and clean 2 BK I bath home plus I Bit. I
bath furnished rental. Near school and
HWY 301 shops
I .,_. INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS SOUTH STARKE $2.550.
tlL'' LAND CLEARING SEPTIC TANKS
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DISTRIBUTOR OP
(nil BACK-HOE" RAND MoNALLY MAPS POLICIES. Dour. Work Largo ft Small Septic Tanks Installed .Two BK. Try bath mobile and "Cabana", fenced -
Fill Dirt* llmerock Ponds .
.oVltvl Dug Drain Fields Rabid
AT yard carport. Plenty of room. Walk
Up to 150% Profit .
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Roads Built Culverts Set ft Covered Fill Dirt
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No Selling. Service REASONABLE RATESOlin's everywhere. lr! ,7W)
established accounts.pre-. .'. Drainage* Stumping Clearing Grading Septic Tank Supplies
lei I I Minimum Investment Mobile I s I "Earth Moving Specialist "Invest In The Best..It Save Mar. .Two lilt I bath mobile. Pi acre fenced

tee 13.975. Secured by Inventory "When You Compare) Price, Don't Forget To t* Th. R. utation" beautifully furnished lots of extras in country.
ot and equipment.'Call ,Home Solos ..9.000.
nl',, TOLL, FREE
FREE QUOTES
1-800-835-2246 ezt., 112,
or write S. g. Inc.. 811 Phone 964-5606 U H Bl BBflhtf HM HB MM MM MH MM A B xxxxxxJimmy 93 UK. Vt bath block with brick trim
,Worll 'Atlanta Rd.. P. O. Box Elaine M. Olin Agent workshop nice residential area near school and
283. Cummlng.Ga 30130. Inchg m .hops. $17,8(10.Uoublewide! ( .
"Dri1h.LE'T"'rhiu Moore'sDStloril

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tins Mil. partially furnished and one
Solid Oak single-wide 3 BK I bath fully furnished extra
Fast Rotary = Sura Phone buildings, city water lots of oak shade. II8M; :|(
Drilling Equipment Swings Rockers Spoofs Will sell separately with low clown and low in
24.95 '21.95Locatvd a 964.579.1. terest.If .
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At A&K Feeds
.f! New Pisces, 1600 V-Hull), deluxe bass boat aerlated welL you are buying or selling, contact our STItOUT
.m !-...... 964-5711 5195New OKKIC'K. for our ""'IU:t;" service. Catalogs
carpet, deluxe Interior, blue grey, new Merc. 70 . available.'
New & Used
16 ft. Sport Craft Adventure, top, deluxe interior,
MOBILE
HOME
SalesPartsServlcePlumbing V1 JM INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS white and black, Merc. 80 HP, New. . .'. . . $1:800 Portable Buildings

-.E.Z.......Terms..........-.... 3995
NEWt USED POLICIES AT New 14 ft. Rambler, top carpet, Merc. 40 . . SUZUKI OF STARK

I W.f(nonce our own. REASONABLE RATES
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KIRBYS .... .... Several Used Bass boots 5 . ? : . . . From $995Used Hwy 301S 964-6020 p

New Installation ROYALS WARNINGHurricane Merc. 90, Used 50 HP Merc., Used 150 Merc. I 6X10 thru 12X50
season I I. upon .
Remodeling--......Repairs..--.... HOOVERS EUREKAS v.. If you or. one of the Used 15 ft. Queen Craft, 15 HP elec. start motor $

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DCI Inmate Mistakenly: Released.; :\ITienWficiilCaTled, .'. :: : .' M4I4 to.X',bone. ejyMlfin""l.a"t ?: t l1.?; "

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A Union Correctional Institution in- .>. flcials called the bus station and when supposed to inspect the ,Inmate's department wrong but*>aiso "the ".1 n,..,.Mr-UCl Superintendent Raymond'. "uTallahassee-'be: checked by two
mate was still at large as this paper Sutton saw his escort go to the phone, record to prevent undeserving In- prison officials did not check Sutton's Massey, In order to prevent another classification specialists at the prisonto
went to press after prison officials he grew wary and fled. "- mates, like Sutton,from being releas-- file until it was too late mistaken release, Issued an order insure that the proper.inmate is set I

mistakenly released and took him to Sutton'was described as black, S ed because of an error in Tallahassee.But "It was double human error," that all future release orders from tree

the Starke bus station where he fled feet; 2, weighing>S4'J pounds, with a in this case, Bradford stated Bradford said. "The prison officials -- ...A..<
from custody last Thursday, July 23. one-Inch War on his upper Up. Sutton not only was the central classification just plain missed it."

A spokesman for the Department of was wearing'a' blue shh .with white-
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Corrections stated that classification flower print and navy blue trousers. -

administrators at the central office in Bradford County Sheriffs deputiesand
Tallahassee ordered UCI to release Starke Police officers helped In Announcing the Opening
the search for the convict after he
inmate Sherill Carl Sutton, 27, who AUTO R.EPAI
escaped. Bradford stated Sutton had
was serving a 25-year sentence for
robbery in Brevard County. not received the customary-bus ticket of
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home to. Fort Lauderdale or his $13
Vernon Bradford, DOC spokesman check.
in Tallahassee, told the media that Bradford pointed out Classification
prison officials grew suspicious of the specialists In Tallahassee maintain a BRAKE TUNE-UP
release order because Sutton's record calendar of release dates for aU 21,870 OVERHAUL Certified
showed that he had just returned to inmates now'in Florida's 24 major I '
the prison several months ago after prisons. He explained when central
violating his parole. records show a prisoner Is supposedto Mechanic
be freed they call the institution
"His record indicated he had con- where the inmate is serving his For Your. '
siderable time left," Bradford said. sentence and order his release.

I Bradford pointed out prison of- Bradford stated prison officials are CAJ: j Car Repair


GIRARDEAUfrompg. Foreign & Domestic


IB Fashion Frames for the Entire Family Specializing In;

Shepard argued constitutional Front End Brake ServiceAir

guarantees of separation of powers Condition Service & Repair
and a section giving the legislature'
.IA power to conduct investigations and
for of located At: FIRESTONE
provide a legislator's privilege STARKE
silence. C Prescriptions Filled US 301S < Edward Road

Lens Duplicated Acres from Community Bank
Shepard pointed out that secrecy Is 964-8593 994.6439MASTERCHAROE
necessary for law makers because if Sunglasses OPEN: Monday thru Friday Fla.
U.S. 301 N. Starke
confidential information revealed ,,
a Senior. Citizen Discount 9 am 5:30 pm
CHARGE
during investigation could not be kept Saturday 9 am 1 pm VISA *
secret, the ability of legislators to In- 'EM
vestigate alleged abuses within state
agencies would be seriously jeopar Rodney L. Sumner, Owner Licensed Optician FREE ESTIMATESon .
dized.
B.R. Lakin

REVIVAL SERVICES 8th Judicial Circuit State Attorney .
IIOPE BAPTIST CHURCH Eugene Whitworth subpoenaed
Girardeau in an effort to learn what sale

Evangelist Dr. B.R. Lakin will be in during inmate the enforcer legislator's Fort had committee's testified Thursday, Friday, [EAGLE'.dLeagle's '

revival services at Hope Baptist /
Church August 9-13th.. investigation last year of the Graham Saturday "
murder. Fort said on the CBS program
60 Minutes that he killed _
Dr. Lakin is one of America's Graham at the request of a UCI official prices are.
foremost preachers and is heard .
regularly on the Old Time Gospel

Hour a television ministry of Thomas Fort, serving a 50-year sentence for
Road Baptist Church and Dr. Jerry second degree murder and armed r-I

Falwell. Dr. Lakin has preached the robbery,stated on the 60 Minutes program rTQt/L
gospel for over sixty years since that he approached a sleeping
Beginning his ministry in the hills of inmate and smashed him in the skull eOrvRptnM'aM 1 1I

West Virginia traveling by mule. His with a metal pipe while a prison of- M ,.
ministry has been worldwide.The ficial stood outside a dormitory win- 8 wolleos moo

dow directing him to what was believed 41.waY o1 bacKO 1I
inmate's bunk. LYa
to be another
public is invited to come hear Graham was found dead in his cell oho healeuog 1 .t I
one of the great preachers of our day. r
the next morning. 10%
Services wil be at 7:30: pm. each i8Y@
Fort has been housed since his MURIATIC
evening Sunday through Thursday. .r
There will be a special service Sun- testimony before the Girardeau panelin ACID,GAL, OEffity
federal in the Tallahasseearea.
day morning at 10 a.m. in which Dr. a prison '
Lakin will be preaching as well as the 1.77 : :
"I was disappointed that the state
11 a.m. service. S1
worship WA81
did not have an opportunity to be
located
The church is on highway
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heard on the issue, Whitworth said.
100 between Starke and Keystone
He pointed out the decision will Impede -
Heights. and hinder the grand jury's In- 9bi1Bt n,
vestigation of the Graham murder. i/ti


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Mrs. Oleta Adelle PurdomMrs. Mrs. Connie M Bagwell 1 y S17-S22 VALUES!

Oleta Adelle Purdom, 43, of Funeral services for Mrs. Connie ,.-.....---
Starke died Thursday night, July 23 McGauley Bagwell, 65, who died 20 INCH FAN 4-ROLL PK.DOWNY 17... LB.PAIL 1iii I ,
in the Alachua General Hospital in Wednesday, July 22, were held Satur- WITH 3 SPEEDS BATH TISSUE PACe TABLETS MEN'S TERRY POLO ley '
Gainesville, following a long illness. day, July 25 in Palatka. IN WANTED SOLIDS j '
Born in Camden, Ala., Mrs. Pur Mrs. Bagwell was a longtime resident 79DISCOUNT Taxturlzod Kodal polyastar? >
dom came to the Starke area in 1969 of Palatka, and a member of the 19.83DISCOUNT 39.83 5.97 'atytad In two of tlM D KIn 'r
from the Republic of Panama. She First Church. quality man's w t e.ael tsd\ i ,
Baptist PRICE WA32r8 PRICE WAS*?*' DISCOUNT PRICE WAS JttWConcantratad DISCOUNT PRICE WASU.MT In solids end plaids. t ; 1
was a former Secretary with the Slight I ,
Survivors include three sons, Swing blad. til-Impact front Thousands of tiny pillow' make chlorinate with 100% poly.slar tarry withairload flaws era barely notlcea- t
Department of Health and George L. Holstein Sr., Gainesville; and back Misty grille. Baked It oftar. One-ply II....... 500 a built-in .tablllnr. Protect collar: :and cull.*. First bla,WIN not atfacl waar. Aasorlad i
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Rehabilitation and was a member of Texas, and Frederick P. Holstein, .
the Baptist faith.SurvIvors Cocoa; two daughters, Mrs. Marie Price cuts that fight Inflation! k .g '
include her husband, ''I '
Simoneau Hanau Germany, and \
Alonzo L Purdom; her mother Mrs. Mrs. Sandra Jordan Gainesville; her ,
Irne S. Jones; and several aunts and mother, Mrs. Mary Edna McGauley, ,

uncles. Palatka; four sisters, Mrs. Juanita \
Funeral services were conducted at Hardy, Starke, Mrs. Jean Motes and J rd
11 am Monday July 27, in the Mrs. Willene Stokes, both of Palatka
DeWitt C. Jones Chapel with Rev. Pat and Mrs. Mary Furnas, Massillon, /
Murphy Pastor of Hope Baptist Ohio; two brothers, G.E. "Sam'* (
) Church officiating. Burial was in San- McGauley and Jennings McGauley,
ta Fe Cemetery, near Hampton, both of Jacksonville; eight grand K rut. i
1 under the Direction of DeWitt C. children, and one great grandchild. T N t.
Jones .'unerailiome, in Starke. Ll
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