Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01404
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 6, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01404
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It has taken over 100 years but this long neglected brick In. 'The Rosenberg Family Is seeing about having the d
building one of the first built In Starke .Is finally falling building demolished says Police Chief Jimmy Bowen. .

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"l .Representatives of the Powell income project with a $1 million loan such as the apartment complex, are
estate! and Stokes and Company of from FmHA. Plans call for non- permissable under both BP and RIA
Finally Jacksonville have Jointly flied a suit subsidized housing. An eligible fami- classifications according to the suit
asking the circuit court to order the ly's maximum Income could be about On April 16. 1981. the City of Starke?
City of Starke and Planning and Zoning 18000. issued a building permit for the construction -
Director Al Crosby to issue a The suit points out since a portion of of a 40-unit apartment com
CollapsesErnnie .stir building permit and approve a cite the property is zoned RIA and a portion plex on Bessent Road and West
'plan for a 36-unit apartment house is zoned BP ( business- Mimosa Drive by Southern Villas.
complex on Bessent Road. professional)), a question arose regarding On orders! of the City of htarke.
The suit was filed with the Clerk of whether or not the proposed Board of Adjustment on April 211. 1981.
Jones heard a rumbling' r the Circuit Court's office at 8:33 a.m., development of a 40-unit apartment the City of Starke revoked (ho
sound out back of his East Call Street v Monday Aug. 3. complex was permissable use under building permit and refunded the permit
craft shop Thursday- sounded like s rv 4 At I its bi-monthly meeting Tuesday. the present zoning. fee.
something big was happening. Aug. 4, the city commission voted to The zoning issue was submitted to The suit cites the fact on May 12.
hire an outside attorney to representthe City Attorney Pierce and the North 1981. the City of Starke Planning and
Rushing to the backdoor Jones City of Starke in fighting the suit. Central Florida Regional Planning
looked out to see 100-year-old bricks Mayor Sehaefer is to contact Council and they issued opinions tree City Faces" Suit.... I'\: )
Gainesville Leonard stating the multi-family dwellings.
from the Rosenberg warehouse had attorney
rolled almost under his parked car. Ireland.
Water put too much weight and old Li The property was owned by the
roof finally caved in, pushing the solid Powell Estate. The survivors joining
brick sides of the building outward to the suit include L. Powell Gaghagan, Settulor Chiles Greet; Friends;
,Jr. R. Emmett Gahagan Martha
the point they.partially collapsed.' y .
/ j lA Powell McClane and William C.

"Can ''you imagine how much, Powell, joined by Southern Villas of At' Starke Country; Club/ 7o'iuvAround /
LTD in hiring Jacksonvillelaw
pressure was on those. walls?" Jones Starke a ..
asked. firm to seek approval of the site
,, plan and the building permit. 200 Bradford County Democrats will gather at noon today tThurstla\ >
..",>-. police Chief :Jimmy Bowen got In Controversy. developed over the in the Starke Golf :and Country Club to greet U,S. Senator Lawton (Chili ut u
_"i. *..4eBeh" 4W kM r'ri "Ct11TlOtt project when. Mra on pe ,dutch. -,treft. lunchaon-aMt. conference ....ion.'f:,
Rosenberg In Tallahassee;. and plans .'.sent Road were samisen that the project !
are under way to have the building would be bwlt on the Powell It suggested that some of those attending start arriving by il::W) If possible.
demolished. Charlotte Rosenberg is a : Estate property ,next to a condominium in order that registration name badges ana other details. can be coniplotivl in
/sister to Miss Delia Rosenberg of project Bradford Villas, time to start the luncheon by 12.
I : Kingsley Lake. which was being constructed by local
4i't; builder Albert Longchamp and: local Senator Chiles making a tour of this area with appearances scheduled tit
'The old building is one of the' !;: realtor Cecelia Terwillegar. Palatka. Green Cove Springs.Starke. and Lake Butler annluncl'llhlll hi will be
earliest brick structures in Starke. It The suit stated on June 7:1. 1980 I available for questions or conferences with anyone having u problem will 'the
was built around 1880. It has been used Powell agreed to sell the property for government" after the luncheon.
as a warehouse in recent years. the proposed subject to Terwillegar
Police officers say It has been a haven and Longchamp and also authorizedthem Winning the nickname "Walkin' Law'Ion" because of his on-fool l trek I through
for rattlesnakes. One said you could to act on behalf of the estate in the state to win his first Senate term in 1970 Sen. Chiles is the ranking minority
hear the rattling if you put an ear to obtaining a budding permit and any member of the Senate Appropriations Committee the ranking minority nieinlxr
.the side of the building.. retailing required to construct an of the Senate Special Committee on Aging, and ti member of the Son.i'uHii lnt
apartment complex on the property.On Committee He will be a candidate for a third term in loot and is expected l In
Part of the building fell in last August I. ....Terwillegar and draw Republican opposition.The .
Wednesday night July 29. The roof Longchamp entered into an agree-
then completely caved m about 9:30: ment with Chester Stokes to sell public is invited to attend the luncheon wit h a foe of$4 per person! to cover
jn. Thursday..'July 30. 8 wr ie '.",''q'x Powell Estate property to Stokes expenses.
firm according to the suit.
Firemen applied 190 pounds of Stokes and Company filed an application Anyone who cannot arrive in time for lunch at 12 clock is invited to. ri>nu"
pressure with water but could not being with Farmers Home Administration later and sit in on the conference with Senator Chiles.
the old building down.It for a federally funded
complex for After that Jerry Wadsworth's group. "Joscphus and The Ghost Riders.ill provide
all drew a crowd last Thursday ....Refuses to Fall... project was approve President musical entertainment featuring a special number "Walkin' Lawton "
'.: afternoon. People came to watch the Firemen applied 190 pounds of water pressure but the old building on Thompson Ronald Reagan ordered a freeze on
.r firemen try to bring the venerable Street refused to fall. Water accumulating on the roof which was sagging in funds for the elderly. All ticket sellers are asked to turn in their money and unsold tickets at the
'J' building down. the middle finally broke in the roof Stokes hopes to build the middle- door.


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: .. SECTION At _
,' News. ... .. .. Pages. 1A-3A '
: l Editorial. ..... .. ... :. Page 4A
;, ., SOCI..page.5.t.10A.J. Teacher Negotiations Break Down Over SalaryTeacher
!; Real Estate & LegalS. Page 10A
ii Sports.. .. . Pages 11.12A
v. SECTION B: bargaining reached an Impasse Forbes started out with the in-step "We gave them our best offer. We
Briefs .... .. ,. ,.. .Page LOB at .w rw
noon Wednesday. Aug. 3,, offer of $563, increased that to l.ouo offered nearly every &penny we had ;
Obltuarl.s..Pag.78 with Bradford Education Associationand including benefits, then went up $50 available to teachers! :" Supt. Tom
Page I&*B School Board negotiators'some twice Wednesday morning to. the Casey said Wednesday jifternoon
,\'" $1.000 apart. $1,100 plus benefits offer. Casey says there is some $243.000' in
". Next step is up to the BEA:to request BEA started out with a 15 percent uncomittcd monies in the HI-82'
\). a special master or negotiatorfrom increase, then gradually worked that budget.
the Public Employees i Relations; down to around 10 percent Tucday Casey said there might have been LW _- .
-, ,\;, ; .' Committee (PERC). night and Wednesday morning Final $185,000' in new funds received: from _
The school board bargainer, Tom BEA offer was for $1,000 plus benefitsfor the state in the beginning but. the -
71'"' .w Forbes of Forbes Labor Relations annual contract teachers and superintendent points out. oxpt-n-.
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,'"" Inc of Lauderdale.. offered $1,100 $1,500 plus benefits for teachers on dilutes are up in almost every area' : '
plus an additional step the 19th, in the continuing contract. Utilities cost 117.000:: last year and. :
: .; salary schedule'vso veteran, teachers Forbes turned down that BEA offer Casey said he doesn't have that much : <
:o\ .".,'" would get the full'increase Wednesday / ,Wednesday morning and came back budgeted for this year and the city of ,
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mount with the same $1,100 including Starke has increased Us utility rules. ----- a4
.; u8,.(({I ear is taken up by in-step raises already benefits package the teacher team There are no hidden or secret acCounts .
i "r( 7f1'htnaan4 trr,, written into the s,lary/s hertul.. $"That had tur teddown once. When ,Forbes Casey sa>s. lie.points out it Working Toward Agreement... "
::;I leaves. only $455' in kctdittonal. money said Wednesday morning that the cost some $.MO.OOO just to fund the Negotiators the School Board at left and the Bradford teachers, at right
!t> '" ,1. .>, 'f.I/ ,; t'i Jfor> teactters.-'flBA' ehief'bargainer. h .. $1,100 figure, including benefits. was step up and increased social security battled through disagreements with words Tuesday night in a 3-hour session
..... .1 'to .. i' .tIJ l' .', ,'tOuhe:Miller e*farfvi. "" his final
: offer
occurred. and .
impasse that left them still far
"' retirement payment.The apart on the major question- salaries Insurance and .
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9Misilda iu1. m.,iIJ-... uil (kqi...hint school board's final offer would ) pay for retirement. vBargainers
:\ ,/ ? ._ ), 1 1: .. 't1lJ m' ,uta,.ifcn start beginning teachers at $11,433.' up for the school board, at left, are labor relations consultant Tom
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; 1.1', 1.111111141fto"SANTA-FE'"' I, 4r .' 4s.i 1 .. $013->. !Mrs. Miller Ha'S. At the top end. Forbes second from ten. With him are his assistant Anthony, Bersis and administrators
,:. ''1'1'WJ."a.\, .iaBSAMPrMEETING"Owlndsyfllel'pin 10.hl.:'.. ," Mdtt j fill j}r"J''l tdlii...... .....i i I. .. teachers at the 19th step would be Charles Thomas David Smith and Buddy Paterson.-
1 .*' / .' paid 16605. $673 from the IKth Bargainers for the BEA are BUS English teacher Julie
t tar .'uiia IJI. (! I up Miller second from
.":'" ,' ltt1.ljl'lo;>>!itisl: .," : ..:'.:.:."f: 'testaIMidsYea ,Ii$si.r. ,,6t'.Utl'Hl..f lilka \ l"! 10rt'fiAit nti.his Weekend: August'7-9. calls for l.tt.e. step right, and teachers Jeanie Loper Theresa Holiday. Carolyn Csnova.and David
; e t humid
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.. : I the \ rLpwarm and windy Conditions Mrs. Miller says the school administration PfeiMlger.
':,.. MO.NOAYAjG,1pALC'SPORTSCLUA! __ ... ,i'",, : __ \yithiao.pexcfnt.chaiiceoLflIl rnpon a evening thundershowers accor- has 'some W7J.OOO in >BB l i "" "* "* M l B. .p BM _
., |,- : ;' ding to the Divlsum of Forestry (HK < K; ', 'It! loose monies including the $ >3.ouo '
/ ':'>t Reorganisation r:. ;,4, ) Ra aIJ..J>>+I IW L"vt.i.W.i l'o\\'er.trKl'Ided, Thursday. July 30. Inches; Increase in the state monies $'.))1).000.n Hearing Set Today On Santa Fe Swamp
CIU"1'Uf\.30p: tHju,: ( tlWestern nlla'\c:1\ : i I>lrinWefSundajvAug' ,,t.l.e.inchesand; Monday.Aug carry-over funds $58.000 regained -

'. ? Steer, 'llirr uJnE.,4.) ? j",\" .I'J'Z'r.> i i ,' n ny not replacing teachers Mho have Georgia-Pacific Corporation will County Planning and Zoning Office.
'J'1Q. l1Inc .YW.r, rr.'i Y AR.E'' ''' '* *7'' 6' oat IN.n iJ.; :'ij' f,w,1,J'yAA"; .RR'gT IncludeHj.July! 30. lo inches; July 41, ,5 In- left and $60,000 interest earned un' set In motion its lengthy effort to obtain Conducting UwThearing will be the
"frf '-:! Jllw(\ -snju.1' 'j:b' '- '" jtC .; :.21n}, lea .uIJtt\ug. 4..7 laches. ..." monies in a Petersburg bank. clearance: for mining peat in the North Central Florida Regional Planning -'-
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'fl. 'J', 'Jr',7Tt., : 1 ( ,,,a; >,", .1l URra.! rSt9r: .SSk:;aSa 1 tl t d.J"e TQ\\'efinlLuded.hlly.JO.T3Inchn' ; ; ; July At 10 percent the BEA is asking for Santa Fe Swamp at a pro-application Council,
:.I. !UQA};. y. -I: ';:.1:,;' Jf.1 irWIi; sugr2a,2ipcheat and AU "".,)<2 inches.! over400.000, plus some *200.aiu in hearing set for 9:30: a.m. today The 5,315 acre swamp in southeast .
.'. .W I 41ti ,'gR40kERCOUNCIL1v ,. air .'" ? MJI\f.q,tilia: ,,**a.tie, *>sJtatton at,WXE ludioa on.SR-ioo at the south benefits and in-step raise*alreadj' in Thursday. Aug. .) In the Gainesville .Bradford County; Just north of Santa
M1' ''( .: 1'30''I'II'. .. ,, .\,;..';cUv/finite! :/ of(s.'a| 4\lIe"\ Dfali recordod.was.July! 30.2.Z7 inches: July the budget. The final school board of Utility Center. 60S S.E. Sth Avenue.Rapre.entUvea F> Lake, wait purchased recently by
;'I"j' r t"HAt.\I) Ncla.r.t! l"r O{, ., (.1 63.Inches,, ug"Ji?pijiiKhes; Aug. 2,4)9 inches;!and Aug. ,Inches. fer would, cost some tZflO.ouo. including of all'state and Georgia-Pacific for the purpose of
:.l.r.; ','' 'Yb la l O .., ,: I,:.., ..\.:n..Maiolal urioghR1lnPilOt41f' July.amounted to 10.14 Inches. the increased retirement and federal licensing agencies concernedwith mining peat for future use as a source
"''y'rcb 4 w '' fit yJ'4t9 :n'i'6':""' ,a,, I II\.JI\., 10 .. (. .J High/jptf) It mpera4uLes! during: !!past week included July 30. 85/7; social security benefits and the instep G-A'i OKI (Development of of energy. The mining process would
hltlnw tr'f't'I.; '18., :f\rr ; u ; 1 \ 1" ..Kdl7ltrAug. 3.827oyand, Aug..a.l'1'b1V'i increase of $100 per AC teachers Regional Impact) will Bradford necessitate stripping the of
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,td t ."iot,1J.4 'm tl ia41Ng4u.lsjQuAug.2. the hearing. Including
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I :i '--'t 1M"pJ.iI: : : l rIPt! U J Commission To/ / iHib-Its- Parti; for Fir.eIHFoteo! n I

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"We've done our part. We'd like you back from $18,750 to $12,000 the fu ids Chairman E.L. (Nook) l.Norman said:' fh ;st'w vote mLkee :no dif- continue service as long as they cn, continue to.respVnd.tofireij (in'prad-
to do yOlUll\JI;f4al tvtf'Fil1e'1'hief<< ill 2 I tf' in the asked If the county is liable )f'a', ferfence in thej ItaJDiUtf. the .ttoh1ey1t! : he;added. | \ : '+ : S f, : fprd'1Cb1nSt4 1 zonini' !i< tKJltle said.: He had been contactedby
Crouse!!Olith e: (alptyCo6uplssP Gitfh volunteer fails to respond to a fire said In answering' question by Gaines
its monthly meeting Monday, Aug. 3. A reluctant decision for all ei lit call. Crouse. The commission would not promise the Town of Broo el,,, 'life,Chief
The commissioners listened pa volunteer departments to curtail i r- No answered County Attorney I Crouse when they: might act on funding ., George pierce told riren\ert at tie July
tiently but did not promise Crousn".1 I vice effective Oct. 1 was made at a ftin ;Dudley Hardy. If the county had a fire Crouse ''aid' firemen! 'would 'not ,. the fire departments.: 27 meeting theBiTfdL r,.olunteers
the volunteer firemen's spokesman to ly 27 meeting of the Fire Protect < protection law it might be liable, but refuse to go'on a call. The volunteer "i i t' would stop,fightin' ;.f.iro9' 6Mt.IJI Ie. the
the county board anything. c.unty. t' the McCar yir not with the current set up. Hardy firemen Will do the best) they can and 'The. Brooker Fire. Department will. city limits. rim ai'l'337.' :! >
"We bp r t ittpul 4 nt in' I gl'l.J J. .t .!4e D'c I )--A-rTjH"8-Tefth& I 'I I !. I / .j I 'a'TJa': .wn
travagant. We 'Mint-', eu' td 'l s1o f. Monday tKU I ,,\ :,.
started," Crouse told the commission. the decision to discontinue scrvict. < I J ".tl\.n I, .,dt
Volunteer firemen have had ) I was correctly report >/J in fie Happenings XOUJJ.I ,.' ".""" ,

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reunion.)IF6rsore information
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3YtlOLe: e First be as follows: Set
special fire tax district in a Baptist Churches Hunter Reunion Of 732-8955.
done wanted done ,
everything you ,'{is
which would have given the Monday August 17-First Baptist
fire.menf; I 11'tar' as we know" Crouse told the commissioners Combine for Concerts Church of For August 23 Planned
$120,000 in added property taxed In Keystone' Heights 7:30: Bible School. .
unincorporated areas. Monday. j Youth choirs from 22 ''churches in p.m. The 19th Annual William Miles At Northside Baptist
The board had placed on the ballot "We worked like hell, Crouse said. the New River' Baptist Associationwill Tuesday, August IS-Starke first Hunter Reunion will be held at the
last March a plpqppsa! ( st tax> 1 distict, thinking ''YiyI\ o .I 1 t) ? tq ',, : August on several I occasions to present Tuesday.. August 25-Cedar Hills Road between the Agricultural Col- SR 16 and SR 225 in Starke, will have
But thevolunteeriJkar tlwJi fm 1{|I UWe! I \Itj Misl'ad anybodYl"I 'The Mountain of Song. Baptist Church Jacksonville. iseum and "the National Guard Armory 'their Bible School August 10-14 from
passage and vptoifi,a i I CrouSe! saM, \tMt'rillg to the often Approximately 70 young voices will Friday, August 28-Wyomina Park on Sunday, August 23, 1981, at 7 to 9 p.m. nightly. .
tax district 2-1 in a straw vote. The made charge that firemen asked peb- combine for the production which will Baptist Church, Ocala. noon. Fun,'games and refreshments! will
commission still has not followed pie if they wanted fire protection but feature music, drama, orchestration Saturday, August 29-Bradford SPECIAL: The Hunter Family be furnished nightly. i. '
through in passing an ordinance failed to mention increased taxes slides, scenery and costumes and will Square Shopping Center Starke, 7:30 History book will be available this ,Everyone is cordially inviteda3S1c4

creating the fire protection taxing. went along I, with': ,the proposal.. be directed by Bill Floyd, choir direc- p.m. .. -- -- -... .-_ ..:_ ..:_ ___ ...n. ....
district, however r n tor at the' Starke First Baptist .
More bad news came two weeks ago "As far as we are concerned yojj Church, and Rick Willis Minister of Vacation Bible School S
when firemen received word that with .people are the ones who lost the(ball" ''Music at the First Baptist. Church oft ,
the county facing a fight to balance its 'Crouse told the county commis Keystone Heights. Set At Bethel Baptist

new budget,, proposals. !. were to cut sioners. ; Presentations of the production will Bethel Baptist Chun kill begin a Women only no children's facilities
I" six night Vacation Bible School this
Sunday, August 9 at 7 p.m. through Call Now For July Maxi-savor Rates

I Faces Suit: Over A August Commencement 14. will be the follow Gainesville's Finest & Only .
City partmeJ1t ..................................... 16.
ing Sunday night August Body Wraps & Cellulite Treatments
There are classes for all ages in-
(From Page I A) I ho property on which Stokes and City Attorney Pierce recommendedthat cluding adults, with Bible Study and Body Wraps
Zoning Commission recommended Company hope to build the apartment an outside attorney be hired crafts. Lose 3 of excess fat in 1 hour through the Sassy
unanimously that the site plan for the complex.The because he had twice issued opinions Everyone is invited to come and Lady(Swedish) procedure. (NOT A WATER LOSS) firm&tone
be which the Board did not follow in turn join us for a week-long blessing. The as eu lose. AfternoonOehaht ll-3 $12.501
project approved by'the city. suit seeks the court to enter a church is located on SR 230A. Anyone l lNOW '|
ing down the site plan and rezoning. I Treatments t
a meeting on June 16, 1981 the judgement ordering the City of Starketo
needing transportation can call
rid body of those unsightly and unwanted
City Commission rejected the Plann- you can your
the original site plan for Pierce recommended that Ireland
approve 964-8816. and bulges in the knees, thighs, hips, abdomen,
ing and Zoning Commission recom lumps, bumps
multi-family dwellings on the undivided might take the case because he was
waistline and rib Our method is over 50 old and we
mendations and disregarded the cage. years
opi- parcel of land, which zoned, familiar with it and represented 'a
Soul-Winning SeminarAt have 13 experience in this field and are a
'nion of City Attorney Pierce deny- BP and H1A. number of property owners in the years
ing approval of the Southern Villas Bessent Road area who hired him to Faith TabernacleA Florida/Nationally Franchised Company.
site plan. Further the suit chargesthe The suit asks the court to issue a represent them at the hearings before special seminar on the subject of MO CONTRACTS NO EXERCISE NO PILLS NO STRICT DIET
City Commission indicated it judgement ordering the city to approve the Starke City Commission. soul winning will be held at Faith
would not consider any site plan the amended site plan. Tabernacle beginning Sunday. JJ -Ji.Ju; Mon.-Fri. 9-9 By Appointment Only
unless the development was confinedto Pierce explained the city has 20 August 9 and continuing through : L 26471IW 13th Street (Woolco Shopping Ctr.)
sui t seeks the court to order the in which to to the suit and ( A.ND
the portion of the property zoned days reply Wednesday August 12. 'NDWRA Gainesville, Fl 37..022
City of Starke SALON
Planning and
Zoning the the cf-
since Ireland took side that
BP.After Director Albert L. Crosby Jr.. to Rev. Don Normand Missions
the it.
commission took on
this action Southern ty issuer
Villas issue Director of Faith Tabernacle will con-
a building
permit behalf of
on might be wise to hire the Gainesville
prepared an alternative site plan to the city for the construction of the duct the 'seminar.
build only on the portion of the property apartment complex attorney. ...
zoned BP and on June 23, 1981, the Schaefer said he would contact 7 .
Planning and Zoning Board :The Starke City Commission, during Ireland and advise the board REWARDInformation Serving North.est Florid
unanimously voted to recommend its discussion of the suit, authorized '
approval members individually whether on toln "Chopper
of the alternative site plan. Mayor Charles Schaefer to contact Ireland would take the case and what .
Styli" Mini Ilk., blu from with ills
On June 30, 1981 according to the Gainesville Attorney Leonard Irelandto he will charge the city to represent it, Bill Mathis Heating
suit, the Starke City Commission once see if he would represent the City of in fighting the suit. lawn mow.r motor, small whlt, iluy _
again denied approval of the site plan Starke in fighting the suit. bar, banana Not, chain was mining, & Air Conditioning, Inc.
without any reason or justification for contact Mlk. at Yard Sal* by Pizzo Hut
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such action and in complete disregardof no oju tloni oak.d.PINE '
Section 111.2 and Section 17 13: of 964-7007 473-2154

the The zoning regulations. r Forget Cosily Delays '* Office Residence ..

relating specific to business zoning professional regulation FOREST ........ ....

districts Section reads 11.1.2 as Permitted follows: Uses. i American, Has It f APARTMENTS 'Ok Commercial Residential

Uses permitted by right include: I 1-3 lit 3: Bedroom Apt*.
Professional services; business and L In Strllek" ',,, From $ I3O to $]7 Industrialrv _
financial services and mfa7Tfgydwellings. ; v r 1O1IMrn;;;
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regulations sets oui me" conaiiionsTand
n.jr { 'Hun HOKUM/ Phone 964-6313
general considerations' issuance -,. LENDER
of the site plan approval and .
Stokes and Company have compliedwith 1 .
it, according to the !suit. / ..
The suit charges during 1980 the
Starke City Commission approved a
site plan for a multi-family con- Now American's. Minaco DI vim on, Lake City Branch h.t added Industrial
dominium project to be constructedon and agricultural bearing, at wait n powwr trartsmiuion
Bessent Road adjacent to the ttami, to our ntrjiilar line of min., mill, and contracting..pplll*. Callus
collect for full do la Hi. We make regular weakly and bl..kIV
Presbyterian Church property. Suite deliver.. across North Florida..
points out that parcel is zoned BP
under the City of Starke's zoning ,. Thouund of SUM : '19 H '
regulations and is directly adjacent to .
H( Hundreds of Type ,
Olim.' ,
Hi Professional a assiitanc in application end ute of equip 1M bIa1JemsElli
mint and supplies.Hi .

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: ;..WhOJt( nl 'Snooker: ,FireiDepaitiiien: ,\ ; ), ATTENTION :

City.. CfommisMoii or'Fire Chief Pierce?. TEACHERS AND CITIZENS

A. Controversy has developed in Lawrence 'Mosley and to retract the receiving the letter and Mosley In- After a brief discussion council
Brooder;over :who bait Jurisdiction statement he madeat the meeting of dicated to him that Pierce didn't needto agreed to write a letter to Pierce re OFBRADFQRD
over the Brooker r'trq Departtneptth Bradford County Volunteer Fire apologize for anything. questing he make the retraction or he
-City Commission X'Fire:Chief Department on Monday. July 27. Pierce says he doesn't know'what would be fired at the August 11
George Pierce. : Several members of the Bradford he will say at the council meeting,but mThe COUNTY:
T11e.atraw that broke the,camel' County Commission were present at that he plans to possibly talk to an attorney Telegraph contacted Councilman .
back as far as the Brooker. Town the volunteer fire meeting before deciding.on a course of Stalnaker by phone Tuesday, .
Council was concerned: was a state The following was the statementthat action. Aug.4 and he confirmed he hand carried ...
ment made by Fire Chief George O. appeared in the Telegraph that "I was speaking'on behalf of the the council's letter to Pierce. He Contract
Pierce and reported in the July 30 edition seemed to spark the controversy: volunteer fire department stated both in the telephone conversa- Negotiations
of.Telegraph in which Pierce members," Pierce said.. tion and at council meeting that he .
was quoted as stating that if things "George Pierce; Brooker fire chief, In addition to himself the members discussed the news article with Are At
didn't change by October 1, Brooker served notice: that if things don't Include City Councilman .Joe Pierce the' night before council
Fire Department will stop providing change by October 1,the Brooker eta ToUeson, Cecil Stalnaker (son of meeting and that Pierce told him he
fire protection outside the city limits tion will stop providing fire protection council fire coordinator C. J. would be out of town and could not at-
At a special meeting Friday, July outside the city limits.He was among Stalnaker), Wilbur Sanderson and tend the special council meeting
31, the city.council adopted a recommendation the.ones indicating Brooker.would not Jerome Kelly, according to Pierce. "Bradford County helps us in too
,by Mayor Blake Hamiltonthat accept the$1,000 figure, if that is the The action by council: was taken many ways for us to turn our backs to IMPASSEThe'Last
Pierce be given until the August 8 county's final offer.. Pierce said a after Hamilton told the board he them", Stalnaker said. .
edition of the Telegraph comes out to curb in service would not affect would fire Pierce if a retraction Resolution of the problem is not expected -
make a retraction of his statement or Brooker's agreement with the Santa wasn't made in the August 6 before the 'Tuesday, Aug. 11
Pierce would be fired as fire chief at Fe Region Mutual Aid Association Telegraph.. I council meeting.
the Tuesday Aug. 11 meeting of the formed by several towns in that area
( council. to help each other in time Of need." ............i.......+.- .- .- .- [ .and Final. Offer from the School Board
C.J.Stalnaker.coordinator for Pierce, when contacted by phone .
i the council, hand carried a letter Tuesday,'Aug. 4, told the Telegraphhe : of $1,100 teacher would only have
from the council and signed by Mayor would make no statement until the : BACK TO SCHOOL per
Hamilton requesting that Pierce council meeting Tuesday, Aug. 11.
f apologize' to County 'Commissionerj He did state he called Mosley after amounted to $455.00 TAKE HOME INCREASE AN-
bargains on clothing

atencore NUALLY ($37.91 per month).
l' Postmaster Retires tare
j Hampton "

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\ After 30 years of ServiceAfter ENCORE CONSIGNMENT SHOP You cannot have quality education with

30 years as postmaster of the 321 N. Temple Ave. Open Mon.-Sat. 9.5 teachers at, or below, poverty level
: Hampton post office, Mary Williams
i was forced to retire on July 24 due to
H. "It is a great responsibility and I CHRISTLUTHERAN
want to give It justice but I've gotton '
to where I can't do It,1' she said. l 1&
<< if Read This (
During her years of service to CHURCHPastor You Can t& D
i I. Hampton the post office moved to a
new building has grown Q fV
lbl55caboxes [
from having to over 344 Glen Schmlege 473.2419 Thank A Teacher
boxes, and the rural route has grown
from 23 to 163.
"In a small community,the poet office Church Service 10:30': am
is.the main business in town," "Children are' the world's most valuable
Williams said. "We stay busy all the .
time. People are here waiting for us Lion's Club
when we come back after lunch." Keystone resource and its best.hope. for the future.
Williams began working at the post *sundav School and Bible School Resumed -'9 am .
office in 1941 as a clerk for her father
who was the postmaster then. "Dad

dy had to retire Nov. 30 1952 and I .. .
I ." .
was appointed postmaster. t. . 0
"Then it was a fourth class poet office. '. ;.':' "/
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It was not a career.I just workedon <.... '4'. .
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social We're third class ;
security. '
now, and I believe within the next I .. '1 .. .f :,.':\',,y '''
year' to second class"
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The class of a post office is deter Mary Williams
mined by the amount of business it
does. U.S. Solar and Griffin In-
dustries are two large business that Starke Golf and
have helped the Hampton office grow, Country Club News .
Williams said.Matthew MAKING YOUR
Wasdin used to carry the .
mall route, and now Charlene Mann-- August 8 I 'I
I ing carries haLJtWUI/iWnUamVsdMj..", ,,a lattblitaJtournament.August 'II I
I .
everything & ant & IJ.... oy' C ., i noc.fM ( i
pie get their packages right,anal 18
try to be friendly to everybody.You're' Exercise class from 5 to 6 p.m., .. 'MNKING ASIER
the bureau Information in beginning on this date and continuing
the town, and people think you know. every Tuesday and Thursday.
Over the'years, Williams has had August
I several clerks to help her Including Sip and Dip, 5 p.m. til. Bring your
Mrs.i Thomas F.Brown, Mrs. Charles favorite hors d'oeuvers.
Hicks Mary Lee Allen and her pre- v FIllda.Bank.
at Starke
I sent. clerk Sheryl Crawford."I August 22
) .. with the
; "I have enjoyed working DuPont Golf Tournament;
pte,of Hampton and I've enjoyed

I tfti een ald.that. I've served .them,." September 1Women's Announces. New Hours For'Your Convenience.

he has been more than a' organization meeting at 1
Ktmaster to people* Sheryl 7:30 p.m. (first. Tuesday of each,
Word said.Williams month). : t,
retired on July 24 after 30
I s as postmaster and 10 additional September 7
rs of service at the post off floe The,.. 1,.,bar Day family fun
i of a'''reception In'"1 9 I'lirsome, tee-off 9-11 a.m.; flag tournament -
!honor on;July at the City Hall. \ ; tee-off anytime; picnic at 1
rece poet benof ,* p.m.' Bring your own swimming
peopleocallleed the office social time and square dancing.from LOBBY HOURS
Ing they wanted hefo.Wt:& iake ""'S-tp.m..
j feel really good h WIIi i-- Stag night, each Wednesday at 7
; much of you am}"ffli ..IA.dA..th"tou p.m. (contact pro for reservations). MONDAY thru THURSDAY
i, Williams said. ; .
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Dr. Lounette Eaton B.S. D.C. '" 9 a.m.4 ..
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\ Hours 9a.m-_ .1p.m.and3p.m.6p.mty : !. ,

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I 9 am-l'p.m.'Thursdaj's THURSDAY and FRIDAY. '. .

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..' Democrats FacingProblems ; '-... : .' .'II "'" "
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fu fut II'' in 1982 .; ."n. I "
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J. .\, IIOGRAM C? I. Pete Says : .

,-r. : iNowtyouid i lion's share of the cut, of I II
it feel l ,to be Tip course. "

o'Neill.., Wouldn't it be great if old buildings like old soldiers, would Just; fade-
Down at the mouth, and The hard-pressed millions, away But they won't. Someone has to tear 'em down, and sometimes,
..'J. down at the heel? with total incomes below 1Thy they Just nit there for years, becoming an eyesore that detracts from the

Most sorrowful sight we've $20 000 will get little ornoting r wi11, 'not'mineA176AL entire town.

.1, ever seen-- from the tax cut be 'done, boea l"N With all the beautification and clean-up work now going on, perhaps it's.

Beat by a phone and a jellybean because after they pay their time for the city to give some thought to getting rid of these ugly and.
;.. / living expenses there is dangerous ducklings before somebody gels hurt and files suit.

t I". nothing left to pay income tax ...'

..!". The politics of personality on.

;,. soft soap flattery, and wheedl-- BUS CheerleadersAt Three Days Left *.
According to Mr. Reagan's"supply ,
ing trade-offs has come to V
Demos to Qualify
side" economics the Library Thursday"Give
fruition in the Reagan ad- ,
ministration and is paying off philosophy behind giving me a L-I-B.R-A-R-Y and Any registered Democrat In Bradford
handsomely for the Presidentand more to those who already what have you got?" You've got a County: may qualify before Sun-
his men. have it is that industry will in- s cheering good time at the Bradford day, Aug. !9, as a candidate fur
vest its additional tax savingsin County Public Library! delegate to (he State Conference in
Join the Bradford High School October 9-10.
After call and Hollywood,
one phone a
expansion of plants job
Cheerleaders at the Library on Thurs- Registration blanks are available
handful of jellybeans, many opportunities, thus letting day, August 13 and practice cheering from (K.I.: Matthews County), Chairman :
Democrats are rolling over some of the money "trickle with them. All children between the ; Jcwello Brown Vjce (.'ha l':
and playing dead with only a down" to the lower levels, But ages 7-12 are invited to meet with the man; Jimmy Crosby. Stale Committeeman -
few loyalists like Speaker been )N1tli41art cheerleaders from 10:30 to 11:15: a.m. ; and Dost D>'al, State('0"' -
has proved
as already ,
visit the
Fore more .information, mittcewjomiin.
Ted Ken-
O'Neill and Senator
the additional tax savings library at 105 E. Jackson Street in Delegates will be elected at I a.
nedy fighting Reaganomicsdown have been used by some industries Starke, or phone 9646400. County Committee ,ueetingr' \ \
to the finish line. as a windfall' enabling -

The only consolation in the them to buy up other industries : ;:-'I: =, 1 .
and become con Gieerleading : *; .
debacle have -
Democratic we r-. ---
,. witnessed in the House and glomerates, rather than r.i. L: _- ...4 ---: ',,
= Senate is that by giving Mr. creating new jobs by exploration ClR orses .

Reagan everything he asked and expansion.

for-when and if his policiesfail Shortly after his inauguration Funds for Camp

the blame cannot be laid Mr. Reagan said, 'The
at the feet of the Democratic
taxing power of the Twenty-five young ladies each day r
Party. Mr.; Reagan is apparently Government..must not be used attended the week-long cheerleadingclinic
willing to take this to regulate the economy or last week to learn cheers,

political gamble, for if his program bring about social change.," chants, jumps pyramids, and double "..
fails to halt inflation and But his new tax legislation is stunts.

cure all economic ills, he and doing just that. Achieving Bradford High varsity and Junior
he alone must shoulder the varsity cheerleaders were the in-
economic growth by modify
structors at the clinic held at the BHS
blame. ing the behavior of Americansis gym. The BHS cheerleaders raised .

But in falling like flies at the heart of its $ISO through the clinic to pay for their i'
Mr. Reagan camp this week at the University of
before the laser beam ofReagan's philosophy. apparently South Florida in Tampa.
smile the weak- believes the higher-
bracket tax cuts will en- The young girls, from 6-13 years of
kneed Democrats are taking a
age,received awards each day-either
very big gamble. If they are courage Americans to become excellent or superior ribbons or a -

sincere in their support of more productive by increase Spirit Stick. Cheerleaders..,

Reagan's program and it harder incentives., because of The varsity cheerleaders are at Alicia Gruen. Sondra Green. Tracy Clark. Gayle Doulas, Almee Ferguson. I
should succeed-they haveno camp Aug. 3-6. They are Sadie
campaign fodder left when But what if Americans, an McDuffie Sybil Kelley, Monica "" .
they go before the electoratein independent lot, figure things Green Terrie Matthews, Tabitha _'" .NS. STUOENT SECIOlt"u. ...,, '::!:.f ,;oW. :ri. ,,
Folsom, Kathy Cillingham. Vickie
out the other around?
1982-that is, if they still way '
Carver. Alesia Sheffield,, Janet Jordan -
want to run as Democrats No What if they decide to plump: ;'and.H":8.; .Lanes J ,.' &B'I;..
the for "the good life'; and actual '
longer can they
conjure up
old social gains of, the past ly work less than they do now, The junior varsity cheerleaders" go..
l to camp Friday-Monday, Aug. 7,10,1.' _
civilrights knowing keep
they more
such as social security, They are Angela Folsom, Michelle .
food stamps, students money on the same amount of Brown Lari Ann Johns, Michelle I IStiJweh Rt
loans, free lunches for school income under the new tax Melanie Woods. Donna __
children and all the other bill? Thornton, Rhonda Sapp, Valarie Ran-
Ii dolph, Kim Brown, and Tonia Rigby.
IiI' benefits to which the under-
Aa one economist puts it. "The
have become cheerleader Bar-
privileged ac Varsity sponsor
of social such
I' perils engineering are bara Brown accompanied the girls to
customed. and
Mr. Reagan
I'I that be which
no one can sure patternof
I Mr. Stockman have done behavior Americans will follow. camp. JV cheerleader sponsor Deb-
bie Bigham will her
I; away with most, or all, of that. Nor can there be certainty about what squad to accompany'
il people will do with their money." camp.l'1 tM JS.ff, i I''.
'!!: No longer will they have a They might well opt for a second
reply to voters who ask, automobile or a vacation home,
"What have done for following the spend-and-spend pat- Offers'MM'iiing
you me tern that in recent years has driven Religion CourseS r i
lately?" Without all of this to inflation rates into the stratosphere.Mr. _j
support their waning cam- : nU Fe Community College will -
offer Introduction to the Old Testament 'c.'C,;; ---
paigns, the defecting Reagan's dramatic success on Monday and Wednesday ...of... N
Democrats will have no placeto with the tax bill last week Is at- mornings from 10:30: to 11:49 a.m I
go. Certainly, they cannot tributed to his television speech, this Fall at Bradford High School. Michelle Chastain Julie Ferguson Debbie Parrlsh. Jennifer Brown Allison Farnsworth .nd"Janna Thornton icrntrr.Carla .

out-Reagan Reagan or out- followed by well planned, as well as Dr. Bernard McFadden, ,who will ,
stock Stockman. The spontaneous, telephone calls by the teach the class said he hopes this
hundreds to the right placesnotablythe class make
morning might it possible,
Republicans already have a ears of wavering Democrats Mr. for the Bradford,:County residents F
corner on the budget-cutting, Reagan even called one Texas radio that are unable to come at night to at- r #
tax-cutting syndrome. Where station to ask for phone calls to get a tend class.: The other twelve SFCC
will the defecting Democratsgo particular Congressman's vote. Such Fall Classes are offered only. during, YIj
tactics are novel, to say the least, but the evening. I
from here? There just isn'troom
they paid off handsomely by wooing The class, which begins August 26, t
enough for them all in support from those Congressmen who may be taken for credit or audit. Dr. j 7 fd r
the Republican Party. could not resist the flattery of hearing McFadden also pointed out that ", .
the President's voice on the other end in>one over 60 years old can take this
The compromise version of of the line. loss and all other SFCC courses free.For .
the tax bill, which passed the further" information, call
Senate Monday, will cut Democrats It almost have seems placed as themselves if defecting in DK43J82.KU'OA. .I'.I'I .I'v

business and individual taxes a no-win position for 1982. If the presi-
by $749 billion through 1968. It dent's policies are successful they Hoard Jlccting / 1?
was approved 67 to 8 after will have no where to go except try to Saturday Aug.'ifi I 7r
beat Mr. Reagan at his own game,
Senator tried in vainto '
which will be hard to do. If Reagan's he Hoard, of Directors of Kin slet
delete some of the special policies fail, the Democrats can take take Property Owner Assn. uii.
breaks that Mr. Reagan is no credit, for they supported those meet in the Civic Center Saturday, ,
dealing out to the "poor" oil policies in the making.On August 8. at 10 A.M.: .memlxTM arc 1 :; ? kiI ,
urged to attend the IUt't'tln"hkh i is>>
industry.The top of this, the Democratic National open In I the public.

heart of Reagan's bill is outfinanced Committee by is its overwhelmingly Republican

a three-step permanent reduc- counterpart, adding to the woes of ',. ..
tion in individual tax rates Democratic candidates with GOP opposition 1\-- ."""
with rich and poor alike get They will also be facing an .

ting virtually the same 25 per- electorate and that more Is Republican obviously becomingmore under a LawSOll.McCutchen. Elisabeth Row ell, Paula Green,.Stacey Reddish.,('anie l Autry. Chanda Woods and center., Heather I

cent "across the board". tax President whose boldness and actor'sskill

cut. The catch is that the oil on television may make him a :' '..... .
companies and other so-called leader capable of realigning and ----m i._, ::, ; ;!! "-''-------

"fat cats" have so much more reuniting his party. The first .. ". (I :..: ,., : .': ; (;;'._/_,;.', : .. ., ':' I
balloon flight .. ,, : ...{'i'
on their board than do the Without an energetic and innovative occurred in 1782, when : / <" q" ,_ ,'{"'k".,", .
millions of families struggling plan :for rejuvenating .andreorganizing Jacques and Joseph "..C' !
to keep their heads above, their party; Democratic Montgolfi of Annonay :
candidates will have a hard. row to' France, sent ;,', 'ftt"
water on less than $20,000( annual hoe up a c
in 1982. small smoke filled balloon.
income. I ; I. ,.. :; ,
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,'vBased on Mr. Reagan's : \ f
,MUMM ; .0/
argument that "investment' _
.a"PPO.o ;
is C'o""h,./. I
by upper-income taxpayers I afa, '
heeded to spur and expand the mitegr IJ .
.. :
32 of the _I
economy, percent 0 .,,. _
personal tax cut will go to the ,. '. .
Ii. .
relatively few:families whose, .I. .J, r. Iry' -
annual intfome"! exceeds .:: ':'" son O.MUCUSON-JONH M.MHUR' ,'.,wI...* ., ....

$50,000 a year, and who( mightbe 1
expected to get along ........._-..,...__....__.....___ '
S.-elw ..<..nmtn.nl>>.ittWflMattt i .
reasonably well with two or
in ...IS. U..5 4.MrM.
three cars every garage -0.-, :. .... I
< .i/Mf r Visit WSN.M..M.r. ...Future
and a Long Island duckling In ........w -.-.
will the -- Kellte Baldwl., ,' Mare M.Swaln.
Tammy Dempsey.
every pot. They get Erika Gn. 'n. Dd Prev.U and center, Jill William.
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,. ckJ Cooper I. J ,John Til .Y.I"E : o '-'- () Mrl to MP1t9 r 1 to rn .I"g9fh" :nniversqry

: MrsW'nl'/ mHi'.tlJl' ii4hly lJ J1 lJ UI.).?.ia bltlp" children. Walter and11.1M

M'# The Social Side '1tti (;.Jr..tl1d.. t t ; >> illfeaa and Mrs. Margaret
: Exchange Vows July 18 yea
: ; | ; I part of Bradford County (now Union Barrs of Jacksonville. ;-
r.v n! WMl, \\ '.. i County) and later resided in Starke Also celebrating this occasion with
; ; her f r.tr.M.a.. Mrs Mozo were a of
with parwj4JVIr.anU number
Rebecca Leigh Cooper, daughter of train. She wore tangle string of Gladys AfootySociety Of They LidclDhTcelfebi'atAl lieN Hooth I' relal7ivest' Ihcluding Eugene Mat-
J. Rev,/at -Mrs. Bob and her walt flowed !, (Matt)
,CQoper of Starke pearls r ngth veil Saturday thews Mrs. H.M. Richarde, Mrs.
becafyte the bride|\of>John Edward In two; JayPK* fronwa lace Covered birthday anniversary John and Mr. and Mrs. Bob
I TiHey cof Panam$ Cityjson: of Mr. and 'Juliet headpiece.' Tlfte lace[! of]I the 4'ditor. tll'))1 August Cathedral 1, wiUfrA 7arW usei reception.facl.Sn-t''\ at( the|' t(Tflergus Milder<$)i; all of Starke; Mrs W.E.

s"s MMfe" >n.Tilleypf Starlce and Mr. and headpiece was outlined, with beads 4tpUt : yule, where she resided in recent Wilcox and Miss Dorothy R. Edwards
1\ .964.7 e:11JS'
r5 Bin Tibbitts of Sarasota on July from her maternal !grandmother'swedding q; ; of Fort Lauderdale.

..,. t..1..tfpn. The wedding took place at dress.. She..carried a tradi- 1' years. Jacksonville
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.more.khan half/a/ century ago .
with Rev. Bob Cooper father of the roses, sweetheart roses, stephanotisand '
her marriage to the late Pixie! Mozo. Lingerie Showtfr"
bride and Rev. Ben Bryant perform-. baby's breath. ,
s With her on her birthday were her '
a ing Uie.nuptials. :A reception was bold in the church Honoree
." .... .., .MrsAMona Canova organist, Mrs. fellowship hall''. Miss Charlene Beam. i i ,.: .. -i .i iI
.. Charlea'IFrancls, pianist, and Mrs. kept the guest! book (Denise Hagins Miss Andrea Eaves Sept 25 bride-
Rod The bride's table covered Witha elect was complimented at a lingerie
Osborn sister of the groom was Wayne Green '
': soloist and flutist, presented a program white full gathered satin skirt with shower Monday night given by Mrs.
'.,, i, of nuptial music. white lace edged satin overlay. The To Wed, Aug., 7 Perry Nicula and Mrs Kelly Korsyth

,lA"?. ,The choir. loft of the,church, was sides of the table were draped with a rdtH Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hagins of Starke at the home of the latter on Slt-16.
centered with an arch candelabra white! silk flower garland caught up in announce the approaching marriageof The refreshment table was covered
decorated with! a spray of mixed intervals. The wedding cake made by : their daughter, Denise Hagins of with a pale yellow linen cloth und
greenery. Two spiral candelabras Mrs. Don Tilley and Mrs. Owen Brooker Wayne Green son of Mr. centered with an arrangement of
flanked the arch and two miniature Alvarez, Was a three-tiered white and Mrs. CJyde Green of Broker. peach silk flowers. The decoratedcake I
tree candelabras cake with two smaller cakes either Nltti at one end had the name Jack
holding arrangements on The wedding will take place August
and Andrea written it. A
on crystal
of greenery and baby's side joined with a stairway. r ,,7'at the groom's home in Brooker.
bowl at the other
Miniature attendants' were on the punch was placed

steps of the stairs.,The cake was top- end.The
/ ped with a bride and groom. Flankingthe Miss Andrea Eaves 16 guests enjoyed refreshmentsand
: cake were two three-branch I I Shower HonoreeMiss watched the honoree open her
candelabras with burning apricot I It gifts between the hours 7to: und !II
tapers. Mrs. Wayne Prevatt and Mrs. Andrea Eaves was honored at p.m.The
Raymond Scruggs cut the cake. a mother-daughter bridal shower last hostesses presented the
The two punch tables were covered ;. Friday night, given by Mrs. Lila honoree with a peignoir set as a
with lace cloths over apricot linen and \' Yawn and daughter Betsy, Mrs. Janet memento of the occasion.
Kirnutis and daughters Michelle and
_centered with crystal punch bowls en- .
circled with silk flowers and 'Karen, 'and Mrs. R. S. Mullins and
greenery. At each table were silk arrangements : .. daughter Patty at the home of the lat Prescott-Fowler ReunionTo

of apricot, yellow and ''tr '" ter.The Be Held August
rust flowers in which sconces. Apricot girl scout flower emblem a
tapers completed the table ar- daisy theme was carried out in the Descendants of Frank and Li//ie
decorations. The refreshment table Fowler and John and Sarah Prescott
rangements. Serving punch were
Mrs. Lester Johns, Miss Kathy Grif- was covered with a white cutwork will hold their family reunion Sunday,
fis, Miss Michelle Sapp and Miss .,' cloth and centered with an 'arrangement August 9, at the Brooker Community
Mary Anne Miller. r of silk daisies. Mrs. Kimutis Center from 10 a.m. until.
The food table was covered with a j& 11 presided at the punch bowl which was All friends and relatives are invitedto

lace white'cloth with lace inserts over .,. encircled with ivy interspersed with attend and bring a covered dish for
a white flounce. Centering the table daisies. Daisy decorated napkinswere dinner.

was a silk arrangement of apricot, Saying Goodbye... used. Did You Know.
yellow and rust flowers with two One game was played and a prize
three-branch candelabras with ...to Rev and Mrs.Jack Flynn Is good friend and St.Mark's Episcopal Church awarded.
apricot tapers flanking the arrange- parishioner Kenneth Grider. The occasion was a Sunday afternoon reception Daisy corsages were given to the Mr. and !Mrs II. I,. Huthim. Sr? of
ment. Silver trays held an assortmentof for the Flynn's who are leaving to serve In a church In Tallahassee. honoree her mother Mrs. A. J. Orlando are Monday to ThuYsc1.iv
finger foods.Assisting Eaves and grandmother Mrs. L. C. guests of !Mr. and Mrs. Hutson.rJr::

in serving and caring for Earlv. The hostesses also gave Miss
the. guests were Mrs. Pete G. Felos Rev. and Mrs. John Flynn Eaves the sugar bowl to her china H.Mrs.M. Cowart Herb llerrcs of and sisler.\lrs.::
Mrs. Arlin McKnight Mrs. Harold pattern as a memenuo of the occa- Jacksonville were in
sion. Arabi, Ga., Saturday toImulay:
Colston Mrs. Miss
,' + Kathy Maners
vt Penny Stalnaker, Mrs. W. M. Smith, Honored at Farewell Reception Among the guests were Miss Gwen visiting Wade and their sisters.mother. :Mrs.! rear' )
Mrs. Owen Alvarez, Miss Paige Whittington of Jacksonville. Girl
s Roberts Miss Mary Watterson, and \ Scout Field Director in this area. Mrs.
Mrs. Shiann Roberts. Miss Beth .The Rev. 'and Mrs. John M. Flynn round table with a floor length lace. A. J. Eaves and daughter Carmen, More Socials

.' wll. .rl' Starner handed,out silk rosebuds filled were complimented at a farewell cloth. and Mrs. L. C. Early. Page9A
with rice- Miss Rhonda Sue Sunday afternoon at St. The children's table was placed in :
: ; reception
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::4 Mark's the sunroom and was centered with
II Alvarez handed out rice bags. parish house on Church
Mrs. Owen Alvarez and Mrs. Don Street given by the members of St. an arrangement of lavender and School
Tilley were in charge of. the reception Mark's Episcopal Church. white daisies. They were served the High DiplomaEarn
decorations. Guests were greeted at the door by same food and punch as the adult
Mrs. George Miller and presented to table. Miss Yvonne Bobo presided at school '
Following a wedding trip to your high diploma by taking the'
Daytona Beach >the couple are Rev. and Mrs. Flynn. The Flynns the punch bowl.Assisting
.' residing at Parkway Gardens Apart stood in front of the fireplace where in serving were Mrs. Gib GED test. For further information call 9646150.
ments at Parker Fla. the mantel held a lovely long arrange- Brown Mrs. Dan Williams Mrs.
The couple are both graduates of ment of yellow Fuji mums and ,Elzie Sanders Mrs. Lynwood Bobo Deadline; for application is August 14 1981.
Mrs. Herbert Thomas, Mrs. George
Bradford High School. She graduated magnolia leaves flanked by two three-
'' \ Brown, Ms. Isle,Grvffis! Mrs.,,Mmou :' ,(tn l9ei anefte graduated in 1979."The. branch''gttler' .eAJtdelabras with burnl1MlPi6'e' "' land ''M1hc-'' I ( the tst are as'follows! "
>1N.itQ."t"iSHI % ta Wainwright : Clnd>$tar : tit vitl L !JVOlIIlli' "j .., .
iW<$:lMm.Is&itU.l1i.at. \ l> Lilliy: >/VOJ OWL.' :' '-'\.) u' ; jo.
: i ::. t'.I( ;.. = of the '' kiPFr'' ''\: ;IvfanSy. ;\. rldt'r.! Mrs
es lr'F'oICe.: .. .,. iHfiIA_a'I i'; --room e'v eI'\ 1Urah1': .length : r.JIJJar':.. Brown was tn charge of the!-'oI'J itY'a'AO
lace cloth and centered *' reception and Mrs., Terry Rieske was
wljlk an ar
'4 .iJI.ltHf :.t. 4rI Birthday Dinner rangement of carnations In shades of I in. charge of the publicity and cor- 1:00: p.m. 6:30 p.m.
,, r.and. Mrs.John Tilley For Mrs. Moore pink, baby's breath and leather leaf 'respondence.,
Approximately 250 guests called 3:00 8:15
fern in an antique silver fruit bowl. A p.m. p.m.
:" breath lit up the upper levels of the Mrs W. F. Moore of Lawtey was focal point in front of the arrange- between the hours 4 and 6 p.m.
'loft. Greenery and standing arrangements honored at a birthday dinner on Sun- ment was a small hand-crocheted The Flynns are leaving the end of 6:30 p.m. August 28
of jade fern were used at day at the Tom Casey. home on replica of St. Mark's Church. At each the week for Tallahassee where Rev.
J, different vantage points. In the altar Crosby Lake. end of the table were two three- Flynn has ,accepted a position with 8:15 P-m- 9:30
".:, area were two'tree, candelabras Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. branch silver candelabras with burn- the Advent Episcopal Church. Their a.m.
I of J. W. Thomas and Jay of Live Oak; ", newjatWress ,will be Rev. and Mrs.
;, holding arrangements gladiolus ing pink tapers. fee
Testing is $14.50
i carnations, daisies and baby's breath Mr. and, Mrs. S. D. Andrews and Ran The round cake table with a floor- John Flynn, .cfrSO. Teal Lane
.Jin apricot yellow and white. A unity dy of Wildwood; Miss Debbie An- length {lace cloth, held a large sheet Tallahassee) Fla. 32308.
service with a Jarge memory candle drews of Gainesville; Fred Moore cake with the inscription Good Luck
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. entered the choir rail.! 'The choir rail Jr., and Greg of Homestead; Mrs and Best Wishes Father Flynn and g fI'J"' .. f, __ ,
Gayle Todor,Scot and Brad of Orange "
Was draped wi h'ter; +-'qarlandof: Park Betty. The cake was decorated with 9 "JUO'') If'
Moore'of Jacksonville
; Jimmy ;
[greenery. Greene. decorated bouquets of pastel florets. Mrs.
the floor Lighted;cjfqfiH'es decorated Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Moore Trisha George Winkler cut the cake. iliv.' 4<4-n/J YJinumiru.,:)
wet/ and Adam of Lawtey; and Mr. and BJ 9(1) oi nOjJ lI'
With greenery placed in each Mrs. Raymond Stanwix-Hay andst;'9T ) ,
Mrs. Lee Casey and Tara of Kingsley Arthur Winkler a.nJBV boa
window of the sanctuary. Mrs. presided at theItpunch 'tabuolr
bon Tilley attended his son as best Lake bowl which was encircled with r JU ol) Of..01not
.1JII't'AarwIlUsl\' were"1' )ohiuTibWftts,'""''!/11 ivy and Fuji mums and placed a .bu i [ dyill I Ltc.lbatllr.9 ch

brother of the groom Lewis Cooper, Norman Reunion .. '- *' \}(Iwb bs'--/' ; ; bin
brother of the bride. Kevin Campbell, Old You Know If(:: biea .azsl-j your'
"Jill Howell and Hugh Burns. Relatives and friends of the late S. ; aaist21 '
StanwixIII'fHay : vo'iB''
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
J. and Emma Carter Norman will
nor bridal i. ; 9c0'tf
Mrs. Jane-1"/' :
have their annual reunion Sunday, and children John and '
attenee e, and from' I!
. were August 9, at the Lake Butler Community returned Monday of last week d a 'J'JlJ ,,
Center. two weeks vacation in Chincoteague'Island rtun'

Ui4 ot; sx'41jhn id$; Mrs Cooper"Tom,, Basket lunch will be served at 1 and, Va.Virginia., Cape Cod Mass.,Connecaticut WI grow

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.!it. ( :.,.vjong., empire .-.L-: ......... ... ,, '. hl'9t) ,
(icot flowered polyester I Ii, rj
. sk sleeveless lace trimmed .
Thcy'carned white lace fans SYMPATHY and I ,30( MONTH
ted with small delicate sprays : CERTIFICATE

? ija sweetheart roses, yellow.and t. UNDERSTANDING '
',white daisies and baby's breath.
"yr,4 ./Little Miss Tonya Smith was flower
..girl. Jason Bryant was' ring-bearer .1"" ,I 'II.. 01 ,
,.r'. and ;trainbearers were Misses \r:: .Jj 5 :' 15 800
.l.t'.Heather\ \ Smith and Shannon Smith. Is What You Get'From,, .11/; /
t' Given in marriage by her brother; .. .:: per annum
./r. 'John Cooper the bride wore a white f- '
DeWitt C. Jones "
'..; organza gown with. Queen Anne I ,/' ,, $500 minimum.. Now available for a limited time.

.." neckline, Bishqp sleeyes and empire \J.\ ''' ',. ; ,
,i bodice: Venice lace appliques and '1-: *,<\: Funeral Home.. '/'I, I,
::1 1;,r seed pearls adorned the bodice and : f \ > .
;': ." !\ies..Seven ruffles or. organza t: ,'j I'; <''Ye'trf.1, And' / Established 17.113 % f
1 'trimmed with cluney lace and white # t.' 'Firm I Effectiveannual
\ Very'Experienced
.\1.\s ribbon. created the long .cathedral '. In I
Assisting Bereaved ) yield

Of,.,' The Ddn Ray Tllleys Families Through This Time ... V,;

'Entertain At Of Sadness By, Making! All The" .. >':. 6-MONTHMONE'( MARKET'CERTIFICATE

\ Rehearsal Dinner
;1 Necessary ; '
: Arrangements
Mff: 'a rid j :Mrs. Donald Ray Tilley For'Service ,';.. ,' '"*',,' ',' ,:.,
entertatned rehearsal ; r II'J.d 0,1,r, OAr ,
r at a dinner Fri- I u \ 1.

;:;a r,;.night L ,:July 17, for their son, John ,We Can H.r.! You. Make AdVance.FuneraU.: : ; i.:$.t"tt '" ., ',;.'l .r har,, :) I. 15, 821 J 'I.I, .
off ;"ahd l fuiancee.\ : Becky ,, : > I IVH .1)03
'.ft Cooper fArrqhqemerits'bndlrhi1ircbst' t ). ,
"Jtlhe'' couple's wedding .Jj | ; ..., .ti r k |l{> M r: Tu r t f'xJt. -ICM.J .. 1 0 ; 'I
per annum)
'$ The dinner was held in thegowship \,\,;- :,(Now. Would.,Be A GoodVime-To: Visit \\ J C. IJ (,.( .. .'" .. 1 '" II.') 'It..
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,. 'd et table was covered, with a J; ):. '; DeWittC. Jones And His, Professional t StaifJQAc ;

: yellow linen cloth and centered withy tt.... ua nE.yourself With The'Servicesm TheVOffe.r': . .-.-. -- .- $10} 0QmC,! !'!!nynr\\, Av. itobte.! Tue oy August 4through
a.antique.,4rystal. basket tyled with I r i: :k'"D' r Monday. August 10. Automatically .. 'I i ia

flUrflJwris'stn 2 !;, shades 'of. apricot. "t; t : Vii) iaNs' renewed at the rate in effect at maturity) ? '. .. ;1',' _;..

!Yr, Jjpllow' an st'The"\head' table was : 'W"oI'ttt"fiC'' "J'i; -J ..o", F.d.romagae'oAlr.q.ro0.., ,' l ..... "".e.onor'pq.on, 'r. -""' '.".. :' '::
': a five; ,branch silver A' e rnr.vA ... '1'+
centerediwjjlh t "" dir' Duow .. .
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'"tfandelabfav"with' rust, candles, and, 1 1.' '= ') 'in. "nd3'.. ..n .n.. ...f'O. D b.d""O'.n' I. )1)' ,
'.'Decorated with yellow and apricot nlk.srriallcr ''.' _1J.f'If'; \ 'l /" \ ..!.:.. q Tt.Jc; oS'" ",, ,. :." rfI'' IJ\

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with arrangeunentsUheadUbleAt" : 'hl4. M/ .'
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setting iwerp. beige and brown Tdl,?. ;r .,. ... '" :.',., '' ..... .. -,.. .. .' .r.w' y. .'e"GualOntyFederoIOfGolnesvlllE'," ,
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printed During on the each dinner mat.the couple. gave RENTAL" .du '. t 27frfeHdiy; otfi( slnFlo'rda: ;'

gifts to their attendants. Hospitpl? .B.d.If.",Wolk.!,r,. .Whptl, 11=bartslSrNk4.i ; ; A I It : _.-,. -..- -" .- I -- /' !\, :
,ApprUxfiriateiy' '40 attended in' lnll... : ,_ i
eluding the Immediate families out of ,I WAr* Big, Enough To Serve You. And Smpll Enough To Know u..o. .'
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...... Welch Married in Brooker --'-'" -
-- and July 11
-= -- -- Tina Gibson Johnny
; Socials From Paga 5AIf' the inscription "Get me to the church
of effect at the bodice with a high centered with a four-tier wedding on time." Daisies encircled the cake.
Tina Denise Gibson daughter the ushers were James Parker and apron
neck and brussels lace cameo cake with pink roses and green passing out rice bags were Rebecca
Mrs. Fay Vencll of Starie and Donald Welch. Benjl Bennette was
medallion at the neckline decoratedwith leaves. On the top layer was a lattice Welch cousin of the groom and Tiffany
Welch of Mr.and Mrs. .
W. ton
Johnny ; ringbearer.Mrs.
' and a Davis, cousin of the bride.
The full sleeves had trimmed with lily-of-the-valley
't John Welch of ,,J;;ake Butler were Janice Thornton of Starke seed pearls.
of the
bells cousin
and wedding Robin Dukes groom,
cuffs with cluny lace trim and a bride and groom .
In high
united in marriage July 11 at 8 p.m. served as matron of honor.She wore a
,1 the New River Baptist Church inBrooker. light pink dress with tiny straps with flounce at the front of the skirt. She top. Between the pillared layers were directed the wedding.
with ReV.Jim Countryman lace around the neckline and down the carried a cascade bouquet of two two white doves and lacy ornaments. Following a wedding trip through
performing the nuptials. front with four layers of lace aroundthe dozen red roses, daisies, and baby'sbreath Pink roses and green leaves encircledthe Tennessee the couple are residing in
and fern. Her head band cake. Cutting the cake were two Lake Butler where the groom is self-
i Mrs. Anita Countryman organist, bottom buttons down the front
Crutchfleld decorated with lily-of-the-valley sisters, Mrs. Tonda Elixson of Wor- employed.Did .
and Debbie soloist and ties on theside.She carried a bou.
presented a program of :buPtb c' carnations, daisies and secured her waist length veil enhanced thington Springs and Mrs. Karen You Know .... ...
music. 1. .v .>I litofthe-vAlley with satin ribbons. with flower decals. Lazenby of Raiford. ,
Centering the altar was an arrangement -. ;f Amy Dicks attended as flower girl During the wedding the bride gave The punch table was covered with a Mr and Mrs. Jim R. Neill and
of gladiolus pink .carnations,l and wore a lace dress similar to the each of the two mothers a rosebud.A burgundy and pink lace cloth and a Janet and Susan of
daisies and .gieenery'lagalnst"'1 I :, a ; honor:attendant:She carried a wickeribasket reception was held in the church crystal punch bowl encircled. by daughters Slrahburg Mo., are guests this weekof
background of \-heart and swirl,. 'I decorated with pink and reception hall. Miss Sharon Fussell Boston fern and white mums. Girmv : and Mrs. Levon Andrews.
at the punch
candelabras with burning tapers. The burgundy ribbons and wore matching and Miss Susie Welch greeted the Denise Green presided
pews were marked with nosegays ribbons in her hair. guests at the door.Gina Gibson sisterof bowl. More Socials
made of flowers and fabrics from the The bride, given in marriage by her the bride, kept the bride's book. The chocolate and white groom'scake
flower girls dress. brother Arnnie Gibson wore an The bride's table was covered witha was topped with a horse and Page 10ADURACELL
Joe Dicks served as best man'and organza! fabric gown! with pinafore burgundy and pink lace cloth buggy and a miniature groom with

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Mr. and Mrs.Johnny W.Welch nBKEBUB I
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Shower HonoreeMiss rm PEPSI
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Jennifer Jockel, whose mar
riage to Matthew Box will be an eventof I liiJIII lW 13 OuMUtwVo Bi.de fexx I
August 8, was honored at a bridal
shower Tuesday night July 28. The
shower was given by Mrs. David Mon-
B. C. Hotzendorf Jr., Mrs R. G. ISOPROPYLALCOHOL
Paterson, and Mrs. Herb Herres at III 2-LITER FADDLESNACK BATHROOM "C" or "D"BATTERIES I

the home of the latter. RAZORSPACK PEPSI COLA CANDY TISSUESal.

with The refreshment white Army/Navy table was cloth covered and : 17 r-ounce : Rp'.us P 9 I
a INT: 59C 59cJ 1(99 : /14
centered with an arrangement of mix 3411 a.!. O Sal 2
ed roses which was used as a door Priced V/ Priced ... ... ... Y Rfl.7. > Priced Plced .
prize at the end of the party Mrs. II 70V solution.:Many house Twin blade disposable Refreshing beverage In Popcorn& peanuts with Facial-quality tissue.Choiceof For radios recorders
bowl.Holtzendorf presided at the punch hold uses. Limit 1 razors. Limit 1 throw-away bottle. Limit 2' candy glaze. Limit 1 pastel colors. Limit 1 pk. flashlights & more. /

The gifts were displayed on the
piano, which was covered with a lace
cloth and held an arrangement of / COPPERTONE I TOOTHBRUSH MAALOX You're going Back JL I
summer flowers. TROPICAL BLEND LIQUID to like Ecked\ TO
Rose corsages were given to the
honoree, her mother, Mrs. Richard 19 Sal. 11-OUNCI edl Q9 '

Jockel and Mrs. Minnie Box, mother /AU111Z Priced ,...,... ..1.! Priced ...... 1 SChOOlsavingsl i
of the prospective groom.
0 For relief of upset sto
Twenty-two guests called betweenthe oil. Ll1CONSORT For Improved oral mach. Limit 1 1200 SHEETS
hours 8 and 9:30: p.m. hygiene. Limit 1 _
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Miss Jennifer Jockel was honoredat DOROTHYGRAYSKIN ASCRIPTIN-" MegulerSrI 69 c: 'ice

a bridal luncheon on Saturday, f HAIR SPRAY CARE KIT TABLETS 1 ...Priced.. ..... FS1B1 roust III
August I. at the home of Mrs. Tom .11..2.10. = pie I 8"x lOVi".Ruled& punched -_;.i
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419 to
Lake. Hostesses 11-OUNCI U. BOTTLC OP 100 <4 6 7 sheets. -
Casey on Crosby Priced .. ( =
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with Mrs. Casey were Mrs. Larry Priced Mini travel kit of4 skin S.Nhkd.! ..... :i.m l
Hardin and Mrs. Marion Payne. Atrot. -lastinghalrcon- ;, care products.Limit Aspirin with Maalox ad ; I
The luncheon tables in the dining 2 type. Limit 1 While_quantities".ast. ded. Limit 1 .'....:'. DUO TANG \1 \\\" .
room and family room were covered \ PORTFOLIOS t \
with white lace cloths and had a "

centerpiece of mixed summer '.".... .-.. WITMPOCKCTSMeg.eS'ee JI oo .' : I
flowers. Place cards marked the I MEN'S WICKER HAIYlPERS .!('x72" j

seating arrangement. GOLF CAM 91. VINYL AIR EVEREADY Protect t your special reports. U III
Corsages were presented to the SHIRTS MATTRESSp99 FLASHLIGHT Assorted colors. \
honoree, and to Mrs. Richard Jockel, I *" .1t"1r.1r Re" 2.4S Ar '
mother of the bride-to-be and to Mrs. a .521 '.ereZEBCO202 "o.US1. 88
Tom Box mother of the groomtobe.Miss .. how o" ) Meg.1.2* ... ,
Jockel was also given a piece of care.Assort Negate It.IS .* i Allorted colors. All purpose. Batteries 200 SHEETS I
silver in her chosen pattern. colors & sizes.MEN'S Assorted colors Built-in pillow. not Included.
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and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Assorted styles, j Wide assortment Springloadeddrag Low noise& high- t
Jones on July 25, given by her family. colors sizes. of planters. & rod output blank tapes. ra 70 SHEETS' ] I
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Helping to celebrate the occasionwas ICE TRAVEL .. 2t7ge
GAS EDGER "iF I*Priced., .. .
her aunt,uncle and cousin, Rose, SOFTENER Rpuln IT./ / CHEST IRON \ I
James and Jonathan Stokes from 1 M-OUNCI "...17N 1." choice Ruled&of punched cover colors.sheets. In a .\. "........... .
Clark of 188help. 1498Briggs8Stratton !X; '
Rochester, N.Y., Mrs. Joan 599
Atlanta Ga., Alvin Fayson of Miami 1499Heevyduty. Priced 'j')
Ms. Sheila Fayson; Mr and Mrs. Helps eliminate .,. Cord detaches I
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Gina Brown whose marriageto I stand upright.Concentrated.. :. your pet free Enamel lira bowl. speed pushbut .
Randy Frazee will be an event of of fleas & ticks. ." Tripod legs. ton. Beater ejector ::k
Aug. 22, was honored at a party I.
Wednesday, July 29, at 7:30: p.m. with I BIG SUPER SAVERBALLPOINT fijijiijjiJ1
Mrs. Dan Williams and Mrs. John M. PENSR.ularl.4S '
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Mrs. Henry Frazee and daughter, STICK-UPS''. : SHELVES CHAISIMeg.. ) Keg.CHAIR 17,15 FAN

sister Dara of of the Gainesville prospective, mother groom and and I .... if.. 6t 'Mpularl7... .1299 12" N.Hegule>"*'14.S( .gulerMg.. "f| 29 _DictionarY-.--. ., ..-..' .':> x.i; '. MM
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I FromPag 9A W Gylum Lee SneilToWedAug.22 I i Mr. and Mrs.'R.''R. Chism":" were' :

: I L sightseeing' In Central Florida last ;BlS1j
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Pat St
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: Mr. and Mrs. Donald LJ Griffith.of Herb Johnson"" and sons in '-;' \.. ........
Honored at Shower .(fj Tallahassee. ', ,
Starke announce the engagement and .: .
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Mrs. Pat Stevens the former ,': approaching marriage of 'their I i \
Janice' Jockel a recent bride was daughter, Cynthia Lee Gylum Lee! ___ Adrienne Barry;JBherVI 1 Godtwin an&W r, '1''I'h.d blon

complimented at a bridal shower Snell of Jacksonville son-of Louise Gayle Lee were tubing on the Mr. and Mrs. Arnn e GibsrX an

Thursday night, July 30, given by ',' _ Walker of Richardson Texas, and L' Chatooga River near Clayton; Ga:; flounce' "the*Twrorwr a1 am. enSdrick

Mrs. J. D Warren, Mrs. Raymond ,," ". Gordan. Snell of Gadsden, Ala. I Saturday to Tuesday Arnnie, born July 10 at Alachua

Stanwlx-llay, Mrs. Louis T. Young ,I ,_ I I'j The garden wedding Is planned for I. General Hospital.Joins a..brother,
Mrs. Jessie Moore. Mrs. Gene Tan- I Saturday Aug. 22. at U a.m. at the Mr. and Mrs. Don Tilley spent last Joshua Jarred, 19 months. I ,

ner, Mrs. H. C. Ritch, and Mrs. V. J. ',; home of the bride's parents, N.W. 29th: ru ::1 week; in the Smokey .,Mountains and Maternal grandpant re MI' 4nd

Spengler. at the home of the latter. Avenue, Rising Road, Starke, with a also visited their ion'and brid, Mr. Mrs frank Shirley lfrke. Pal'ernar .

The reFreshment table was covered 'j, ;, reception following. and Mrs. John Tilley In Panama; City ,granclp rijntsrl: >ffj. and Mrs.

''iUT an jAfmy-Navy cloth over pInk V&,, Miss Griffith ls a 1979 graduate of while enroute home Larry VenciP M'SfJirlteV Material I
linen and was centered with an arrangement ; Bradford High School anfl.U presently: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Epps and Mr. great grandparents are Mrs. Rqna

of silk pink and tan roses. 'fI tI! attending F.J.C., majoring in ; .___ and Mr*. H. L. Hutsort attented,the Cauthan and A rle.Shirley

:J, The guests were given a pencil and .,\ i mathematics. She was on the track .; National Guard retirement dinner for both of vatdlGa. Paternal -

c" a piece of paper on which they wrote team at BHS and a member of the ---- Sgt. Mjr. Gerald Blackwell! at Valle's: great, gl4! i M *s,
R.O.T.C. She went to Santa Fe
advice to the bride. Cindy Griffith Restaurant In Jacksonville Saturday Beaulah
,;'), Assisting In serving were Stephanie Junior College on a two-year track, night. Paul Michael Edwards; i

!Jd and Kim Dukes. Mrs. J. C. Dukes and scholarship. Mr: 'and Mrs.:Brian Wi'Ka! ;.ardslof
Janet Dunc.nJanet Mr. Snell is presently In the U.S. Old 1'K..w.; ........... '
AI Mrs. Desso Forman. The Lawson families had a reunion Starke announce the birth wa s n.Paul .
The hostesses presented the Duncan Navy as an Aviation Electrician stationed Mrs. George Wlnkler and Mrs. A. J. Sunday at the Marvin Lawson homeon Michael, born Julyf.ll l ",Arachua
at NAS, Cecil Field. ,lIe is a Eaves attended the Changing of Command '
honoree with a toaster oven as a Brownlee Road. A covered dish General Hospital.'jSMiw'af'brbthfr! ,
yJ memento of the occasion. Chariot Padgett 1978 graduate of Richardson High for the 146 Signal Battalion dinner was served on the wide front ..Walter age 4. ?JldJl !
Thirty-five guests enjoyed the affair Engagement ToldMr. School. Texas. Saturday afternoon at the Snyder Ar porch..77 relatives and friends attended Maternal grandparents WPMf.1 and

'nl, from 7 to 9 p.m. All friends and relatives are Invitedto mory In Jacksonville and receotion.: from Starke Auburndale, Mrs. ,Any' Denomr,'of' LSwtey and

I( and Mrs. Emory Duncan of attend. Mrs. Doug Gray and children Nolan Live Oak, Jacksonville, Panama City, Lawrence Vahce TampaJ'Paferrial al

Onno. Lawtey announce the engagement of Old Tee IIC"_....'....... and Mitchell returned Saturday after Tallahassee, Lakeland and Georgia. grandmother 'I i? Mrs, MUdmi/ Edwards .
their daughter Janet Ruth to "l),...
visit In Tennessee and Par j
two weeks of Matamoras,
.." Class of 54 Harry Grued were BIRTHS .J. ,.
Charles David Padgett son of Mr. Dr. and Mrs. with relatives. : .!of .
Virginia .
Planning luncheon and Mrs. J. L. Padgett, also of weekend guests of Mr. and. Mrs. Jenae Dawn Kelley .:rk: Andrew llrllH&ia: .
.' Lawtey.A Marion Harrington at Ormond Beach. Mr. and Mrs. John Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kelley of' Eddie and Helen Griff is*of hawtey

01; The ladies of the BUS class: of 1954 November wedding is planned. son of Titusville and Mr. and Mrs. Brooker' announce the birth of a announce the birth of a sort,' Eric Andrew -

)fr'! will have a Dutch. treat luncheon and Mrs. W. E. Wilcox and Miss Ben Williams and children of Savan- daughter, Jenae Dawn, born July 10 born1 July 31, at /-Alacluu .

!)1, planning meeting on Saturday, Aug. Old You Know........... Dorothy R. Edwards of Fort Lauder- nah, Ga., will be weekend' guests of' In Alachua General Hospital. She General Hospital. -. "2' .

15 Members, at the Western Steer Steakhouse. Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Whiffen and son dale and Mrs. H. B. McLendon of Mrs. Mack Williams: joins a sister, Roxann, age three. Paternal grandparents are',Mr. Edward -

are urged to attend. Michael have returned from 10 days Orlando were weekend guests of Mrs. Mrs. Morris Williams and Mrs. Bob Maternal grandparents are Mr.and Griffis and Mrs, Freda Gnffis\ of

:, 'J"I vacation in the Barbados Islands. McLendon's brother. E. L. Matthews, Ferguson and children went tubing on Mrs. John R. Williams; paternal I-awtey. Maternal grandparents are

) They were joined by Dr. and Mrs. at Kingsley Lake. the Itchetucknee River on Wednes grandmother. Is Mrs. Doris. Kelley, all Mr. Jack Kuhne Of Tampa. 'and Mrs.

'I, :- Heinz Stoeltfng of Berlin, Germany.. day. '. of Brooker. Mary Green of Starke. :.

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name of COMMUNITY mediately thereafter, thence run East 354.3 dlnances. City of Sta"' .. Sundusodee, Farm Home BEFORE. THE FLORIDA 13 and 14.1981.PLACE elusion' of their suant to ;Chapter' 366.'florldo' I

'E; IN THE CIRCUIT RECYCLING CENTER 225E. otherwise a Default will feet to State Rood rightol Florida. Administration D.Y< PUBLIC SERVICE COM : Room' 106. testimony The proceedings Statutes. I

..!SI.thf i H COURT, EIGHTH Andrews St.. Storke, be entered against you .way. thence along TO: All citizens. Taxpayers Coverslon Robert E. Cut. MISSION Fletcher Building, 101 E. : will be govern- By' direction o'f the

JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF under the provisions ot for the relief demandedIn right-of.way North 80 and other, Interested chen, R.A. Green Jr., Gaines: Street, .d by the provision of Florida Public Service
"' ,' FLORIDA. IN AND FOR aforesaid statute the petition. feet being a strip 80 feet persons. W.H. Green, describedas Docket No.810180.EU Tallahassee, Flo. 32301. Chapter 120. Florida Commission. this 4th day

-fla BRADFORD COUNTY. Dated this 16th day of WITNESS my hand and wide off North side of You and each of' you follows: PURPOSE AND PRO. Statutes and Chapter of August. 1981.

'''ri FLORIDA. July A.D. 1981 in Brad the seal of this Court on laid above-described ore hereby and herewith That parcel ol land In NOTICE TO ORLANDO CEOURE The hearingwill 25-2 Florida Ad. .. Steve Trlbble I
):h.. Cote No. 81-30ICA.) ford. florida. 7/16 4'pd July 30 1981.Glb.rt property: situate In Section given notice In accordance the City of Starke6Florida UTILITIES COMMISSIONAND be conducted to afford mlnlitrotlve Code Commission Clerk I

q In Re: Th. Morrioge of ./* S. Brown, As 7, Township 7. with the Florida bounded on the CITY OF LAKELAND Staff OUC FMPA where applicable.OUC Itchg 8. 6

BESSIE LEE MILLS. Wife Clerk of the Court, By: South. Range 22 East Statutes, and City ordinances : West by Orange Street AND FLORIDA (Barlow., Fort Pierce as w.II'a.. In. _.i?_'\ :ftf7iT

,..,., and IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF Beulah M. Moody as save and excepting City of Stark., on the South by Call MUNICIPAL POWER Utilities Authority tervenors, shall prefile.. I.... ""i 9. ; .1')1 t
nr: ; MACON MILLS. Husband THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Deputy Clerk. therefrom 301 road Florida that the City Street on the East by AGENCY AND 'ALL Homestead, lakeland testimony and exhibitsto : I
AND FOR itlflng
CIRCUIT IN 7/30 4tchg 8/20. rlght.of-way hat been Commission of Starke, Christian Street. and on' OTHER INTERESTED PAR. Jacksonville Beach be presented no later ." ; I I
NOTICE BRADFORD COUNTY. filed against you and you Florida has designatedthe the North by Francis TIES. Kissimmee lake Worth than August 7, 1981. } f I
., ACTION FLORIDA In the Circuit: Court or. required la serve a City of Starke Plann. Street (Francis Street Issued 8/4/81 Utilities Authority. The testimony Shall be ., '
I: UNKNOWN. ...... Eighth Judicial Circuit of copy of your writtendefenses. ing and Zoning Commission never opened). leesburg. New Smyrna profiled in the form of .. ( "Y$ .
Cose No
4'I., Florida In and For Bradford If any to It on to conduct a public Each and every person NOTICE Is hereby Beach: Utilities Commission standard transcribed .' T.) 1 I''
YOU ARE HEREBY In Re Th. Adoption of
:,,: NOTIFIED that on action MARTELLA: EUGENE County Civil Action RICHARD E. WELTY.Plaintiff' hearing at a regular having on interest given that the Florida Ocola Storks), all pages double spaced ADV SE
for Dissolution of marriage MOORE Case No.81-339 attorney meeting to be held at whatever in the enactment Public Service Commission -, parties. and general with 25 numbered lines., RI Ii
:.0. has b..n filed. and In re: The Marriage of whose address I I. 954 7:30 P.M. In the City of this proposed will hold a hearingIn public an opportunity to JURISDICTION.Jurisdiction : 1 Call
MARK D MATTOX husband North Temple Avenue, Commission Room, City ORDINANCE should appear -, Docket No, 810180.EUto present direct and rebuttal is vested in
or. required to NOTICE OF SUIT
Tl you serve a of NO PROPERTYTO andKATHERINE P.O. Box 99S. Starke, Hall Stark. florida. on and be heard at the consider OUC' op. testimony and exhibits the Commission pur. 994-0305 i I
copy your MATTOX Florida 32091. on or Tuesday August 25. lime and place prescrib- plication for certificationof concerning the"n.ed"
written defenses, if &
any before the 8th ofSeptember j
day ed. for said TOtJ.y'I
need for Curtis H.
wife, 1981 and make a recommendation power ,I
to it. on the petitionersattorney : AMY HILL address 1981 and Albert L. Crosby Jr..
NOTICE OF SUIT to the City Stanton Center Unit I. unit and facilities All Ii
_._ whose name unknown and Planning and Zoning
? NO PROPERTY file the original with the Commission and the City and related facilities. witnesses shall b. sub'
and address is J.J. MARTELLA PICKETT, address clerk of this Court either Official City Of ERR, I IFAU
i WOLBERT, JR.. P.O. BOX unknown: To KATHERINE MAT. before service Plaintiff Commission will consIder Starke. Florida. DATE AND TIME: 9:30: |ect to Cross'
TOX. 1556 Parker Drive on on Tuesday am. Thursday August examination at the con
1086. Stork., Florida 8 :"
_j 32091. on or b.for. YOU ARE HEREBY Mayfield Heights, Ohio s attorney thereafter or 1m.m.dlat.ly September 1, 1981, at .-<81Itc ---------.-..... ..,...---. KNER

August 13, 1981 and file NOTIFIED that on action YOU ARE HEREBY otherwise a default will: the some sold place at 7 I Personalized REALTY
the original with the for Adoption of Martella NOTIFIED that an action P.M. an Ordinance .
be entered !
,. clerk of this court .ith.r Eugene Hill has been filed for dissolution of marriage for the relief against demandedIn you relating to: Letterheads& t\:, "
before has been filed The rezonIng of the I Stationary i J
service an petitioner and you or. requiredto the Complaint, 364-5068 1 j j j
's or immediately of against you KATHERINE following described property L
attorney serve a copy your WITNESS my hand and arid BRADFORD PRINTERS L-u J JO
thereafter, written defenses. If any MATTOX and you are required the seal of this Court on amending the .

: otherwise a (udgment. to it, on the Plaintiff at. to serve a copy of 'August 4. 1981..X-"l". Comprehensive .land ,ftl L. HOW. Call St. 9R4-S7&1 ,'...
written defenses. "If Use Plan to provide that ,\\1. ,. .
will be entered 'for the whose and your "
name _
y. Gub.rLS.acawaeaaClerk '" '. ,
; "4Dny't0' It," 'orB&the'plaintiff's $ lands currently toned 5- I lirtil!jtu{ ; 2'i iIIi.3ciiJ'Offl.'Space\ 'tl! ( pU"o'U1Wi l.n
relief demanded in the address is GEORGE H. of .the Court By: ,. $ ; l .,
attorney, R-1C I and d..lgnat.eIR.sld.ntlal rtaf I Rent1"1' .
: petition. PIERCE, P. O Drawer Beulah Moody, Deputy Far.
WITNESS my hand and 1030. Starke Florida whole name and addres Clerk Professional. : > .
the seal of this Court on 33091 and file the is DUDLEY P. HARDY. 8/06 4tchg 8/27 the property of G.//K. Ely. OFFICE HOURS ...
July 10, 1981.Gilbert original with the clerk of Pierce* Hardy P.A. P.O. Jesle L. Young: :, Kiert Monday- Friday 6 Saturday 9.3

S. Brown As the above styled court on Drawer 1030 Starke, SWILL BIDS ARE INVITED '. '; Z.ReaIEstate ,
Clerk of the Court. By or before August 24. Florida 32091 and file the The School Board of If-I- .2 BR. I BA From,. $24.900. .

Marian! McRae OS Deputy 1981: otherwise a judge original with the clerk of Bradford County will PULLET CHICKEN FARM. 25 Ac. Make Offer.
Clerk ment may be entered the above styled court on receive bids on swill 964-7828 986 N. Temple -17V, 103' STORE BUILDING. Call St. Good terms.

7 1* 4r\n "/6 against you for the relief or before September 6, from all school -, AC. WITH HOME. 2 barns and trailer hook'upI
1981, otherwise a judge cafeterias on August 17. AC., PLUS, off
demanded in the complaint GEORGE ROBERTS -Broker Forsyth Road $16.000. .
IN:; TIIK: CIHClJl1'COUH"I' ment may be entered 1981 at 7 P.M. Interested -t1 RORIMDRW1Y
or p.tltlon.Witn. OLD HOME, beautiful. trees on I5'2S' In Starke
KIGIITIIJUDICIAL : for the relief individuals bid on
... my hand and against you may ASSOCIATES: -I 1.55 AC. In lawtey. Septic well light pole.
CIKCUIT. demanded In the complaint one or all schools Each LL
seal of said, Court on July Weekends and Call -2 NICE BUILDING
Evenings LOTS In Starke.
IAU:; :; [0'01<' GRADKORD or petition ichool must be listed
COUNTY.I1 : 20. 1981. WITNESS my hand and separately with school Pl4ne 964-7700 Richard Roberts. ,,,.5591 Ann Godwin 94.SIS* -112' on US-301 :318' deep with building.
Gilb.rt S. Brown. Patsy Slice .944-6S79 Norman Heddlno > '64.5'" ALMOST NEW 2 8R ham. an 4 -. .-
.OtUI) I DA. the seal of said Court on name and the amount 393 } TerBfrle Avenue acres--
Clerk As Clerk of sold July 30. 1981Gilbert bid per month. John R..Smith .94.6217) Linda W. Johns T "4 4097 'OLDER FRAME HOME, on. 3/4 acres In

l'So0.; :; : 7)LOUCilVISlN :\ Court McRae, As By.Deputy Marian Clerk. S. Brown. A. Sucessful bidder must LOTS) Vorfeus sties; Starke. i*, I b.autj'f'' *1J.

: ; : CIVil. 7/3O 4 chg: 8/30 Clerk of said Court By provide suitable can. for $500 d4wn. .*..!.... 12 percent BEAUTIFUL BRICK VENE ejufrs_
Marian McRae, as Deputy swill to be placed: in at onibolenfce.\ HOMES -UNUSUAL 3 BR home with mobile home hook-up

AFKOAMKKICANI.IFK\ : : I :; NOTICE OF Clerk, each location. Failure to 4 BR72 BA with SOOft. en INCOME PRODUCING PROPERTY: Good financing

: 1:\;SUItANCKTO.Ml'ANY. :; :. INTENTIONTO 8/06 4tchq 8,21NOTICE keep can wash area SR.loo.\3 ml. from Sto..... INVESTMENTS NICE COUNTRY HQMo44/a4es| 4/(;.idble! hookup

: :; 11 torp REGISTER OF BID clean shall be' groundsfor LIKE TO FISH 1 Acre LARGE HOME inwiiJfr4etJ: ceider of Starke
"i.'tin 1 >ti. FICTITIOUS volfding award withno BUSINESS PROPERTY ? ; '
The Bradford County with trailer.; Access to HOME .r.c RllVCilP'fftdeled. Good
ri.ituiitf., ( NAME return of .
\s Board of County Commissioners mon.v.I..t.r..t.d Croiby'lake.. ... I ACREAGE price. .
will persons Lot. BEAUTIFUL I AC. NEAR 2 mobile !
receive 3 BRj; 1 BA Corner l\KJi fwnejltesLARGE
ItAVMOM: : (.J. Pursuant .
to Section: must have bids at School
I IIKA.STIK.in: : 865.09, Florida Statutes sealed bids for one (I) Administration Offices Has some. financing. Splc I MOBILE HOMES AND LOTS COMFOUWIK. ""' -=1W :.1".p'a.. 1

DOIII.S( I I.. lIlSl'II.:, : notice is hereby given 1981 New 1/2 ton pickup not later than' 7 P.M., 'N Span Cleanll.Evenings. ; I -- -- acre r'f JMI"lhi b9JED
his \\ ifc. .that the undersigned truck bids, to be opened August 17. (1981 Bids CONCRETE BLOCK 3 BR name1 ,rlc." mUO".
CARL W. August 19. 1981 at P.M. Please, Call -I.S AC. Near KlngsleWt14eoSptiobsdtdi'r' hook.up
IK'U'iiil.iulsNO'llfKOFSALK TOROOE. 2I3S. may be mailed to O. flalph! Real Estate .
Cherry Street Slarke. in the County Commission Morgan. Coordinator Venue Odom, Broker Bryan and well ...b,wM '.( Mt lliw/ ItKl

: << ( : Florida, sole owner, doing Room at the Bradford Bradford County School GRI; Phone'''.5'76. !3 BR. 2'BA DOUBLEWIDEJMHSUfth ksgrcMjOi. A ooe

business under the County Courthouse. Food Service 582 North J.R: Kelly, Associate NEAR GRAHAM 20 Ac. tract of londttlfaky bji! acre.
[B J
:.Not ico' i is hereb firm name of LAWTEY Complete be specifications Temple Avenue, Storke Lynn Davl|, Associate ,21 S. TEMPLEAVE.. HANDYMAN S.ECIAI..1' s.or.f.entt 7JAptstlAaad In-

ttin'lIlh.ll..I pur.Mi.uit to.in SHELL SERVICE P. O Box at the may Road picked up Florida 32091. US 301! ">..tm."... .5 ,, ':thli his

in i lor ur ,i I'ui.il 37, US 301, Lawtey 8128 North Departmentat Grand Thomas L. Casey Jr. ; -4 ACRES 2.11 ft 8A ":0"' .. Market Rood. ','.)'.1;)

: judjjinoiil ofloiftlosuic Florida. 'Intends to Street The Board Sup.rln..nd."tIIrodford lt'i_' y (ACROSS FROM SONNY'S BAR.B-QJ ONE ACRE with Double' Wide. Hampton, :', 1w,

entered in register said fictitious County Schools -'0 ACRE PASTURE 2 Barns, '3 'BR
reserves the right to reject NEW LOCATION WE NEED LISTINGS peons home.TERMS. .
I till' llMI\l<-C.lptlOIKMl.it name under the '/062tchg813PUBLIC
< provisions i I.. .
and all bids sub _
U)11. I will Mill I he of aforesaid mitted.any icik 964-5733, ANYTIME SIX BUILDING I.OTS'Bessent Road
proxrly l hitu.ilod, inllr.ilfor statute NOTICE .
Gilbert. Brown 9.5 SATURDAY -22% ACRES-SpanUh Jtjle home. lowt.y.S -.
l County.Klond.i. Dated this 30lh day of Notice is hereby given MONDAY-FRIDAY p.m. : -..
Clerk to the Board .B ACRES bI. .hem wltl" "ullt-on. JJ3.500'
li'sciilxxl .is: July AD 1981 in Brad. that the Board of Adjust.ment Even/rig and Sundays by appointment )
Thetst 'j .of lls ford Florida. 7 30 4tpd 8/06 2tchg 8/13 City of Storke, 964-5231 Ralph' P. REALTOR TWO BEDROOM-Slucco' Good rental Investment." .
Bryan .
I-4-5.; mil H of ItliH-k :UO.NOItlll 8 20 Florida will conduct a -3 BR FRAME with 6 acres,'$*',.SOO., -. Iii:: .

: KKNO: .is I per IN THE CIRCUIT COURT hearing at 7 P.M. In the NICE NEIGHBORHOOD) 2 HOMcS. : Country privacy with city convenlencel 14112. 130 ACRES pasture fish ponds '.nc.d.lso,,,.. TERMS.

plat i 1'l'C'U'rfl'fl in I'l.il IN THE CIRCUIT' EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIR. City Commission room. bedroom, 2 bath ,hornet double wide mobile home, 3 BR, 2 baths central' neat/air -$$24.300 BR frame home, ,TERMS.' I..f' I
I took I. |MHC( :.HI" of I the' COURT JUDICIAL CIRCUIT EIGHTH OF' AND CUlT OF FOR FLORIDA.BRADFORD IN City Hall Starke, fenced backyard nice with alec built In appliances spacious 1 1/$ acres with .TWO ACRES with ;Mobile,lionis hook.up.,S9Oo.;

public I I i records u( Florida on August 33, landscaping. (34.500. plenty of shade trees-owner llnanced-prlce 26000. OR It ACRES.HWY 301. ide.' for_sh'opIngtr'.
: .
I 1981, to consider a request PULLET "'
Mr.iilloid County. BRADFORD COUNTY CIVIL ACTION ORANGE STREET; 2 city ., FARM'36 oer, CI: homo.; '.'
l-'IIII'jel.1 FLORIDA. Case No. 81.345YVONNE forO, .special exception lots owner financing. 3 BR, 2 bath block with carport and screened porch. ACRE Hwy 100 S. sS.Ooo''GOOD: TUMS.l"ONI

'It |Hll>llV S.I If,'lit lllO Case No: to allow a Reduced ta $ ::3OO.X". CH/A,. large eat-in kitchen with.plenty cabinets nice BUILDERS HOME. 3 BR. 2 BA an).acres.,H'w'W,
mill, IM.' I bidder helipad in the R-IA. location financed. .'
hittht'! ( In Rei The Marriage of JESSIE owner (31,000 BROILER FARM 40 acres'Good Interne!: ,
for f.ish.! .it Hie SUZETTE FRANCESCA THOMAS and Single Family. Very low BROOKLYN ,lAKEi Appronlmotely ? COUNTRY CLUB AREA.3'8R12; *A.iV* ecr.s'1: ,
if' (HioHr.nllord density district on that 3 bath bloch home with lot '
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front rntiMiK-c i fireplace, corner owner BESSENT ROAD-4 B M2"/BA.Brlck:
('isuntyt'iuiIIuiiist' ELWOOO. Petitioner RALPH THOMAS. Plaintiffs parcel of land owned by t ecre en "a"c.d.127.5oo. I. : On,,)GCr.,'.. IX.,
Wife crystel clear lake CELLENT: ;
M.irko.. the Bradford County I "t., :
in *u"1
and Beautiful view: (27.00O. EPPERSON it > lld
Kllllll.l.lH'lMfl'Hll I ;INIa vsMELVIN Hospital Corporation 2 IR frame, corner lot.screened front porch 22500. ., (: -v ltna.J,1 Lot.
.in. .mil I :2:1)4): ) p in. onAtiHiisI LORETTA his (Bradford' County SAMPSON LAM LOTs This STRAWBERRY ACRES Brick home w 10 acres'.
ELWOOD. LYELL. wife. .
*7. MHl.! Respondent Husband GEORGE W. MOVE and Hospital) at 922 East Call let hes en( pet. essumable -BUSINESS' Two Income producing' properties. In -3 BR. I' a BA I* tow. Close la schools.. .
ill.KKUI'S: : IEItOWNl.Kll'llt'tI'i':; Street. downtown 'Ideal' for Investment small businesses. '
( NOTICE ,ELSIE T. MOYE. Defendants. rnortte,.. Plenty of trees or. -4 ACRES STERN ROAD'large'ffa'rWheuie.'SMH rental
I ( : OF ACTION Each and every interest person and good fishing toe. Owner will sell separate end finance.!= S49.00O for both. spaces't.l"l.tl TIll ";

( 0 tlt'l'1Ev TO: KENNETH SCOTT NOTICE OF ACTIONTO having an $14.?00. -3 BR. I 8A.Ralford SI 4.000. .'
Houlah' INKlvI whatever In the special Formerly Homes Restaurant. US 301 South of Lawtey. -tff '1.-
ILWOOO. Current : MELVIN LYELL and Ap ORANGE ST.- II. 1 1'/ loth.: 'i." ; ,
I D'IJt''It'l'k( Residence and Address LORETTA LYEll. Address exception should appear HANDYMAN' 2 bedroom pro*. 3500 so,. H. Including apt. with L.. 2 .*. and beth. FIVE ACRES-Owner. financing at'I r percerlt9"*' ,fl

Kil\v.ini: \\, lakiits..' Unknown. Unknown GEORGE W. and and be place heard described.George on the .lime frame home .lit S....... CH/A. rest rooms 640 ft. en UO 301. Plenty of perking. -IS.49 ACRES Hwy. US-301) SOuth {t' 'n:>> I
410Mioi'l. ) BrunI $110000. rc
AllornoN. YOU ARE HEREBY MOVE and ELSIE T. W. Roberts. good location 'walk to. spece.. STORE BUILDING end business Hw"yVUsJ30T-lRMS. : *? ., ,
: Suitt"( 20H.)
: .
,,.,,'ksoiiv, 'illo. ,Florida' for NOTIFIED Dissolution that an of action Marriage MOYE Unknown, ,Add,.ess ChairmanBoard, everything. (10.900. Four.furnished. ,.rente! unit(could be home and 3 rentals. ). MINI-STORAGI-Owner. ...flminclnfl. (. o.t;)1,'pefjienr; ,. Good I Inn

: ::1221)2.: : ): ph.c, ARE of Adjustment, .I reed Prospective/ 'reotel..Income, appro (650 men. SO.OOO. com. :
ho. been filed HEREBY paved >
.. ,, New ront'ed Term'lWESTyTOifUNailT. {
!lNI4.Li4.l-lIT., ;.; City of Star. Florida. CALL ST. Store III"\ .
I ,/:11I: :2lchg 8/6 against you in the NOTIFIED that an actionto A.L. Crosby, Jr., frontage. 112.0G0.IXCILLENT IANO: 4 acres In city. (14.000, / ., / l W. '*>T *M.IS'
abovestyled action and foreclose a mortgageon Secretary ... I : Hemeslle:'T "',:J M, *'"
describesthis 3 Mr..lu.t. of city. same financing./ 7000. PRATT ST.: Nice
NOTICE OF you are requested' to the following proper. _8/06 Itchg best betb Near tours Church. 1.3S ec,_| (3.000.LAWTIY .HWY 301-S- Over 40Oft. Ironl6o, '..'i BldaXTertns:
.3 bedroom 2 .
in Bradford
INTENTIONTO written serve a defenses copy of..if your ty Florida: County PUBLIC NOTICE home, large .... ,,huge ARIA! .P....*. IV ocr.... (.009.. Appro*. S -30"s ACRE term on Ito ,nle. d'.S: .*'?,J iI. Nck/ home.

any ecree. (9.000. S : ., SEVERAL NICK BUIIDING LOTS ON iwy, s VvlCOMMWCUl
Beginning at the An ORDINANCE amending storage .ulfdI'l... ,cesnVelheeti '
FICTITIOUS to it on O. WYATT US:301 to... ....ed. 3 to 20 .... (3.000 p..lIer..
NAME JOHNSON Attorney for Southwest corner of the the comprehensiveland end el.' .. 42500. acres tIC. O>0.Concrete( Ilk..:Oe < otit.{.lon

Wife Petitioner whose East half of the SW1/4 of Use Plan' Element ( ,Hi/! WI HAVE OTHER LISTINGS-CALL US FOR All YOUR' HAL Property Available,on Crosby end {(!Incite*jil<...

Pursuant to Section address is Post Office SEI/". run East 3486 and Mop of the City of BiSSENT ROAD building I
863.09. Florida Statutes Bo. 656. Melrose. feet to the West boundary Starke, florida. in accordance ....J,."... ........ ,lets ... ESTATE.NEXOS. _, r"f Apartments Rent'

notice I I. hereby given Florida. 32666. on or line of State Rood with the 'local' tree*. (4.90O. AFTER HOURS Property MandftemeiU. sVrWges"!

that the undersigned. before the 31st day of 13 (formerly). now 200. Government Comprehensive Terry; A. Gelnes-7I2-39M .. ,Aparalsttf. b' .J/5J8
CHICKASAW METALS. August. 1981, and file, thence run Northerly Planning Act Kay C. Water*-.'''-'''' LUll.C. Pearson David Dye! Nevis WerdBrokerSalesmen ,
J INC.;., A Florida Corpora the original with the along Stale Rood right- of I97S as provided for' Eileen: Stanley-473-306. .Associate .'...rlS...._.. .' Susan M.*."lk..r..IIIAl TO",''.',,,,

I. tion. St. AuOU''''''. Fl. Clerk ef this Court either- of-way 650 feet thencerun In Chapter 163 of the Persy lawsan.-944-4927 Office i Manneer, .....1225 ;94-7454 Irene L Fegltiner,.RIATOftAsS0CIATIt44r3t42Lucille .

r sola owner dalng before service onP.t1.flon.r's West 354.3 feet Florida Statues and Corner of U.S. Ml South. '''.fll' '4' ""'fi SpryBROMR$ALISMAN4i420

.. business under" the firm Attorney or 1 im.':''.thence run South 80 feet. Chapter 25 Code of or- end Idwerds Read -_ -I '::tJi t! ',:> Arisen I ,GravdensALESMA! "'::4r"Vf| :

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'. ficial fall start this month with prac- produce more wins than in the 1980 3-7 .yeat.f/t,: '". ''., and notes fullback that Watkins when Thompson's will be an excellent at-

Green Machine had to exchange its trademarktape measure home runs tice opening Monday morning campaign. Offensively nUrse expects the hew QR. That leaves the difficult tailbackslot
for singles but still had enough in the base hit and defense department to August 17 offense which he is simple wide open but nurse hints that he
top a five-team field and win the Men's State Open Softball title.last, weekend and "I'" go on record as saying I think enough despite all promises its frills, to yield may have a couple of surprises in
week of
la West Palm Beach. A two-a-day practices said
we're going to be better, Hurse
sessionswill Improvement as well. "The offensiveline store for (that position.A .
Blustery winds faced the batter most of the weekend'so the Hillandalc two weeks of after-school Tuesday. Scratching out X's and O's is better we've solid
got some
.Farms-sponsored club had to settle for uncharacteristic home run totals, commence before the on a pad as he talked he pointed out football in there the Coach
four each by Ken Carlton and Ray Fleetwood leading the club.'But with the field for the September 4 Fall the positions where he foresaw im said players the ,of half dozen potential starters have
shortstop Lee Parkinson Jamboree at Palatka and the season circling names Rehberg the football team, either beforeor
picking up the pace with a .714 weekend (10-14)( provement. "Defensively we've got Luke, and Brown along the front he quit
Machine came out of the loser's bracket to best host V.M. Nutri for the title opener at home against experience at noseman (Kenny had drawn well as that of Billy during Spring practice last year or
and a spot in Regionals August 14-16 in Bradenton. Macclenny Friday night Sept 11. Wright one linebacker (Mark Shannon who as is reportedly deciding during the Summer, but Hurse said
Machine started with a 14-3 thumping of Newman's of Tallahassee but was Crews), a tackle (Dale Buchannon), whether to play football his senior that despite some rumors to the con-
dropped into the loser's bracket by Nutri by a 14-5 count. After whipping Head Coach David Hurse Is advising and an end (Charley Brown), and in trary the general spirit in the program
..Newman's l8 Machine came back to win its trip to Region with 10-4 and all football players to go to their Rehberg we've got a linebacker,who's year. is good
S3-U must-win victories over West Palm's Nutri. doctors to have physical forms filled going to be a fine one and a solid Graduations and a couple more
Seme Lumber of Melbourne and American Amicable of Crestview saw out now and not wait until the last mo- defensive end (Barry! Reddish) on the withdrawals from the team has stripped "I know I'm looking forward to the
their home run games go downs the tubes In the tournament, both being ment. "I'm asking sophomores to other aide. And I think our defensive the offensive backfield but Hurse beginning of the season and I think
eliminated two games. report to the first week of practicewith secondary (which returns just one figures Watkins and Thompson will the great majority of the kids are
Machine now moves on to the Regionals which Coach Ronnie Thomas said the varsity so they'll need to get too he said.
should Include host Bradenton Bray, along with Jacksonville Metro the physicals done early too" Hurse ..--- _.._-_.. ... _.__ .-_, ......,.. .... '.... ''Y' ,.. ,
representative American Fitness and the Niceville Raiders (formerly said. "Any 10th graders who do not At What the departures have done is
Dubose)., Metro teams from Miami, Orlando, Tampa-St. Pete, and have the physical forms can get one Y thin Bradford's depth chart to the
Alabama's representatives may also participate for the championship and from me at the Fieldhouse." minimum. "Yeah, the key is going to
the winners rights to the ASA World Tourney be staying/ healthy, we just don't have
Freshman will not start practiceuntil
Thomas said Jerry's Catering and Ken Sanders-York Barbell the two "
much depth, Nurse agreed.
highest ranked teams in the Region will not have to qualify through the tour- the first day of school but Hurse
nament since they have both registered in a new "Super league. noted they too "should be making a
special effort to get the physicalsdone Expected out by Hurse are 32.34
early rather than waiting until varsity players with another 18-20
school starts." They cannot practiceuntil JV's and upwards of 30 freshman.
their forms are completed and Coaches Hick Stephens and Lanier
Letter to The Editor signed by doctor and parents. Clyatt are back heading up the JV-
Freshman program with Hurse, Mike
.This year marks a change in practice b Sexton, Carlton Paulk and Mike
schedule what with school star- Hartley working/ the varsity level.A .
All Sports Clu b Pres. ting earlier (August 24) as twoadayswill
last just one week rather than the new twist in Tornado athletics
usual two. Hurse admitted that fact start this year with the traditional
would probably please the players: .A't;: sixth period football session being
"Those two-a-days are pretty rough." dissolved into three seperate early
Calls BHS morning sessions- 1st period for var-
for Support After school workouts will continue sity, 2nd period for JV's, and 3rd
leading up to the Jamboree, where -- -- period for ninth graders. Hurse said
the Tornado coach figured his club he'll soon be drawing up lists for those
Coaches & Get at It Soon
Letter To The Editor would be meeting Interlachen and St. Players three classes, which will still Include
: Fall football workouts resume August 17 so Coach Mike Sexton, shown hpre-
Augustine. conditioning workouts, injury treat
As we can see a new year is beginning here shortly for school and our
BINS assis
athletic working with defensive troops in 1979. will be back at it. The veteran ment as well as looks at game films
program.We tant coach will head the Tornado defensive structure after taking a
again up year '
Some have and skull sessions.
in the Bradford All Sports Club wish to invite everyone interested in players gotten a'step off from football last season
helping us to promote and support our athletes program to come and joinus ahead with summer workouts at the
in our first'meeting of the new year. We will be setting up committeesand BHS field and weightroom. Bruce
goals for the new year Our first meeting will be August 10 (Monday) Rehberg, Randy Luke, and Charley
.' at Western Steer Steak House. Dinner will be a 7 p.m., with a meeting Brown, a trio that will play a big partin
beginning at 7:30: p.m. this Fall's trench warfare have
As president of the All Sports Club for 81-82 season, I feel we need been hitting the weights hard Hurse
everyone's help as our programs are weak and our funds are low. The said along with physical monster
funds are used to put on (banquets, buy jackets sweaters, or improve our back Darryl Thornton and wideout
facilities for our young people. Larry Long. The quarterbacks--
We know we have problems. For one we have all split up and are not mett Watkins and John Thompson -
supporting our sy.t1JP..t8lms or coaching, whether they are winning or also have been working hard at
...--.....losing,,always-trying to lay the blame on ash eone. ; ., .: .throwing the ball Hurse said. Others ... ." .,
,, .,.. 1. time to get back together support our t Q'SJIT' 'Ctre"whether tbe ,,: .;"'" '.-".have.worked. out. occasionally. t". "" ; '?_ :.'1"
1 football basketball.track tennis, baseball ; fC'k sTtiky+:dt-a"5,' +tivrV' oIq-r: t'.? ;
The QBs-wiU be'triggering an offense < "" 'I"dJ
deserve our support as each of the participants have made sacrifices to
be in sports.It that by neccessity will Be more
seems we all want to give up and not go full force with support. I know wide-open"than the past couple of
there are problems, but we won't solve them by staying away, whether it years. The reason is personnel, BHS
be In coaching the school, or system. We need to unite and make Bradford simply doesn't have the physical run-
ning backs and offensive front to jam
County a leader and a champion again.
Once more, come to our meeting and particiate so you can have a voice. the ball down anybody's throat. The
Steak House result should at least be a more ex
Meet at Western Steer August 10. Monday evening.
citing brand of football,what with differing

Bob Shannon, President formations including ,the
All Sports Club,81-82 spread, veer, and power-I, and More

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1981 will be held Monday August 17, -I2--
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'\, Starke's Staite ', ; i "
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Went a Long Way: ctipjcti To Begin; Friday Might'

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*i Behind the slugging{ of BrianV j ii.", (t I led'f ,;, iBlt'adG i: < '"mU Fooes: 'If this weekend's Softball extravaganza The difference in this tournamentand

1 Whitehead timely hitting by a host of .' :singled)?' 3ary.'Wise-, .t ; billed as the J. Whipple & the more standard local fare is
1 others and fine defense the Starke All home,yftutehead. scored) n' rr Qyet-, :.' Associates All Grand Trophy Men's not just in the size it's in the buildup.,
Stars went a long way in the recent throw ariaTora,Wat\( W' : .91. iSlowpitch gb/tball Tournament is Promoted hugely and stocked with

Dixie Major All Star Tournament .:.... .'got Wise'|t(3| ss to i ajk) 'flt'1 j ,,,, ..,. anything like t its lengthy name,and extras like 39 trophies, tournament
,held in Orange Park-all the way to ,;: That lead'mounted to IH) in the se'cond tFa pre-tourney" fanfare suggests local programs; ticket :sales for admissions
:place in the week-long meeting of the : as Whitehead powdered a grand! : fans should be in for some top-notch ,and a Saturday afternoon draw-
:;area's best 11-12 year old baseballers. ::slam homer ; ? r, l tt 'softball at the Lake Butler-Union ing for a barrell! of prizes this tourna-

Starke followed up an 8-5 opening- "Brian's,(homer won it for.fus, County! Recreation Complex Friday ment, at least iri the hopes of Its coor-
round win over Keystone with an 8-7 'there's no dfcubt about that:. Akridge through Saturday, dinators, will be ...bj&vent in a
squeeze by Bel-Med American and a said after we wfat "It was the perfect small-town,atmo phere-.
3.1 pitching duel verdict over hit at the perfect time and we needed. Undoubtedly l they can expect a lot
Gainesville East before falling to every one of; those run;". of softball at the least as at least 21 Consider these frills:
Gainesville West 12-10 and 13-3 in a teams and as many as 24 are expectedto '
Pitchers Green andJlmm7
Stacey first'
same-day doubleheader.To a To (he ptacojt.team*goes the
Wilson started out like they weren tj] w r '''yrage war for' 35 trophies being winner ta
the gets $85
spoils, f
boot Starke with the ,Mb ...j, out, Local clubs the .
came away ,going to surrender hit;(selling down, including fee plus two baMsbacki$ : ',.
team ,. s : 'Misfits and Outlaws of
Sportsmanship troph, an honor the first six batters hjorderr, but the Starke, the
Akridge has always put much em- host American team stormed: back'". Macclenny. Crackers, Begg's Gulf of Trophies will be passed out Sundayto
phasis on.Whitehead. and only last-inning relief pitching: by Waldo; Beer Witch of Jacksonville, first through foUrth''t place>> teams,
not only recorded 2 pit- Jones nailed down the 'Starke'win.. and Fernando's and Church of God of first place Individuals Home Run
ching victories for Starke's entry in With the tielng and winning runners 4- Lake City and W.W. Gay of champ MVP,. Golden, Glove, team
the tournament but his biggest con- on Jones fanned the last batter to Gainesville will be in the double-, Sportsmanship: individual Sport-
tribution, and it was a giant one, was preserve the victory. elimination, Shootout along with smanship, and ,to* at the plate. The slugger who helped Pitching was the key the next time 'Nkr'I' teams from as far away as Tournament team''made up of the
the Mets win the Starke league title out as Jimmy Wilson beat GainesvilleEast + II Mr Tallahassee (Newman's. ) and final three clubs.:
bashed 6 homers in the 5 games. His 31. Whitehead smashed a first Thomasville, Georgia.,. A$1 admission charge will be leviedon
trio of circuit shots was the difference inning over the centerfield barrier all spectators, that covering ad-
against Keystone and a 3-run shot with Jones on to put his club ahead 2-1 Top-notch softball could be on mission all three days, a tourney pro
that opened up an 8-0 lead versus Bel- after East had tallied one in their first display as well, as tourney coordinator gram, and a chance at Saturday
Med proved to be the gamewinnerafter up and Scott Anders added Insurancewith '-"'- """ _..---.a.. J"I ''Ronnie Thomas hints that afternoon's drawing. Raffled away at
the tourney host's rallied to a solo homer in the bottom of the some of the out-of-towners will be the drawing will be$5()worth of gas,a
fourth. loaded for bear and the local con $25 gift certificate, Wendy's ham-
within one. Again against Gainesville The Sweet Taste of Victory
East Whitehead's 2-run was the Gainesville West Jones tingents promise to be well-equipped burgers, a free oil and 'lube change
pop Against Stephen Jones right, gets a cheer from third baseman Chuck Coburn Im- too in this bring-anybody brand of
winning margin when combined witha blasted two home runs for a total of mediately after wrapping up a tense 8-7 win over Bel-Med American with a softball. and a free front end alignment.Ticket
solo shot off Scotty Anders' bat. six RBIs but that wasn't quite enoughas strikeout. holders must be present to win.
Whitehead also lofted a homer the two-time District champs won
against Gainesville West in the an offensive slugfest 12.10 in the
elimination game but it, like a homer opener. A 13-3 defeat followed and WE'LL GIVE YOU HAIR THAT'S
by Hal Wood and two fourbaggersgood west was headed for the State tourna-
Warner Football
for 6 RBIs by Stephen Jones in ment. Pop Practice EASY TO LIVE WITH.YOU .
the first loss, went for naught. Stacey Bowen cracked two hits for
Starke in the first of the Starts Up Monday EveningThe
"We beat some fine teams in this game want a trouble free style
doubleheader, Jones was 3-for with
tournament and lot further
we came a
than anyone expected," Starke Head his pair of homers,and Coburn scored Bradford Cowboy Pop Warner football teams start to prepare for the that won't slow down your
Coach Ed Akridge said after the three times. Trailing 9-t heading into upcoming season as practice starts Monday night, August 10, with a sessionfor active pace. We'll give you
"I'm awfully proud of these the last inning Starke launched a all teams at Westside Field behind the Middle School. : t that styling ease with new
game.for playing the they did. comeback thanks to Jones' three-run Practice will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday night. Soft by Design Permanent
guys We'll be back next way" blast but the rally felt just short. Also registration for Cowboy cheerleaders and football players has beenextended 'j" Wave by Redken1' Its
year. through Monday with registration forms available at Bret&Jerry's x rr '. GlyprogenicTM System and
Hal Wood and Whitehead both had ;
Sporting Goods on Call St. during regular business hours. Registrations can
The local stars jumped all over Bel- homers in a losing cause In the second also be submitted prior to Monday's first practices.For ; '. Moisture Control leave your
Med early. In the first Whitehead game. more information call Townsend Strickland, 964- 222. qtr ;, < hair with lasting, soft curls
that flow naturally from end
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I Th urscluy's Night Games Wrap Up Season for Starke's Jr. Softball ;r f really For hair easy that's to get carefree along with and,

N. stop into our salon today.

The Jr. Softball league vantage thanks to 2 scores each by Mark Marshall Chad Reddish and @REDI wraps up Roy and Johnny Jackson and a run by Karen Morgan were plenty support.
this week with the
special night Jr. SoftballStacy Lisa Tierney and held on to top the
games putting the finishing toucheson Cubs. July 29 .0\
the season tonight, Thursday, '
Padres 10 Brewers 2 :: Better
August 6. at Pratt St. Field. July 30 Judson Jackson and Richard SQL
First a three-way scramble for Griffis added 3 scores for the Padres 19- A's 4 .
O'Steen both scored 3 times and Lori
fourth place had to be untangled winners who also got 2 tallies from Judson Jackson scored 5 times in 5 ,
had 2 the Padres eased
Wednesday with the Brewers, Expos, Mia Cooper DeeDee Prevatt, and at bats while Tammy Lynn and Sapp runs as Perms
by the Brewers thanks to a 5-run fifth
Richie O'Steen scored 3 times each
and A's involved. In the night games Vicki Goodowns.
and Lori Sapp, Tara Marchant, and inning. ,
tonight the fifth and sixth place Padres S -
finishers play at 5:30: the fourth Lori Sapp, Judson Jackson, and Jason Hersey all scored twice as the Expos 11- Royals '
placer goes against the third place Tammy Lynn came home ia the bottom Padres routed the A's. ,-.},. The Expos surprised the Royals as 5
Padres at 6:30.: and finally the of the/evenfl r-'a..the :Padres! Brewers 3 Royals I '-.uw> Eric Verunac showed" the way. with- 4, (ffUctlv. thru Aug. 22)) &* /O Off .
league's top two teamsthe Cubs and squeezed past the'Expos-in It-close, The Brewers nabbed a pitcher'sduel scores. '. rnmi ..." *_* M '..
Royalstangle at 7:39.( close ballgame last Monday. 1 victory with Kimbo Woods scor- Mike Jackson Billy Harrell in and (Styling, Set, Hot OH Trootmohf l'df) :, ."
Denise Washlevin accounted for 3 of ing twice and Ken Rasnick the third Kelly Jackson all added 2 runs the s
July 31 the Expo scores with Kelly Jackson run for the winners against Robert Expo victory. Come
Brewers 17 A's 7 getting the other 2. Alvarez's lone score for the losers. Final Standing W-l Meet Our New Girls ;
Led by Stacey Lloyd, who came
across 4 times in 4 at bats, the Royals 5- Cubs 3 Cubs Expos 0 Cub. 10-5 Betty Green Susan Wicker Judy Bradley
Brewers rocked the A's Friday morn- In a battle of the league's top two The league-leading Cubs pitched a Royals t..
ing. squads the Royals built up a 5-0 ad- shutout and runs by Ricky Sanford. Padres 1-7 '
A's .-, r1[ Looking GlaSS Styling I Center

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I Linda DeWitt Captures 2 Track State Titles Brewers 5., [L '442-F: W. Madison._St., 964-8547 .

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Rradford Roadrunner Club track winning clocking in the 3000 meter Also competing from the area were -
star Linda DeWitt saw her hard contest despite being hampered by Luther Cooper, 5th in the we meters Jt
distance work pay off again last near gale weather. ((14.08)), 4th >in the aeom (34. lt) and
weekend as she brought home two Most of the evening finals were held 6th in the 400m '(79.01 hi the tboys
gold medals and set two state recordsto in a severe thunderstorm that brushed 13-14 group; .and John Oxiper, 5th at
boot at the Athletic Congress youth through Longwood, causing a 200m (45.01)) and 6ttt.over loom ((18.02))
track & field state championships in delay! of more than an hour at one in the boys 10-and-uruter( Bantam division NA A
Longwood, Fla. point.Also. '
nabbing a medal for the
Running in the 13-14 year old girls Roadrunner Club was Carrie Coburn, The TAC state championships con-:
division Saturday Linda took the 1500 who turned a 69.04 400 meter dash for eludes the summer track & field pro
meter run with a winning time of the third place bronze medal in the gram said Roadrunner Coach George
5:23.02 and then breezed to a 12:01.55: girls 13.14 group. Loper. ,

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I Astros, Yankees, Gators Winners in Night- Ball ; :

the The regular second place Astros surprised Smallfry Yankees 12 Suns 6 : '?,"'. .' '
season champ Pirates
Donnie Jordan hit dirt 3 times''' "
while the Yankees and pay ; !
Gators also
B.B. Prevail, Jason '
Party and ,
took Softballteam .I-'I
victories last
Thursday as the Jeff Carver added 2 runs apiece to \ .
Smallfry Softball League season fuel the Yankee victory.
came to an end with a special night Evan
Douglas and
game triple-header for the parents. victory. Rhonda Bryant, Chad for 4 of the losers Larry 6 Green'combined :
Welch. Jill Williams Charmin runs.
(Special Night Games Wig- (ators 13 Reds II I I" /
gins, Leaton Morgan, and Robby The Gators I:.
Astros 10 Pirates 3 Padgett all touched home once in the '
sixth astdJoshtmPhillip hand 7' ,1
Chris Tucker and Timmy Taylor place ,
were the only Astros to score twice as win.Shannon Hicks, Daren"Evans and imBL-i"wft5dJ111! tallied 2 runs
the winners shared the load in a true John Loper notched the Pirate tallies. viding the! ]? a-1d Frankie Bush pro;.
deciding scores \'i
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.... A former Stanford Connecticut ranking officials. Glander was fired tions Secretary Louie L. Wainwright (I''.
police officer and,, half-brother .of from the force and plans to return to showed up to personally appeal for
Death Row inmate Charles William Connecticut get a master's degree the commutation.
.'.. ICl' vv.n.n Profit won his freedom from a 364-day and find
r. try a teaching job.
yf::.fr:,.I.Y1WiYrq.'PdsYY.NYrr:.w:............," ; J>,. .:. m wm!i WMg7rrr) ni jail term by a S-0 vote of the Florida
Tuesday,August 4.
1IP"" indicated Sheppard pleaded with the Cabinetto
Sheppard he would
Robert J. Glander was convicted of for a full pardon for Glander in apply a few show leniency because to Glander's of the of
peculiar background
1lion. I trying to smuggle marijuana into his years. fense.
Sitting on Ready:.. .1 half-brother at Florida State Prison
5''I last October.He was placed on proba-
...To transport the seriously Injured to Gainesville for tion for five by Circuit Court The commutation of Glander's
still'sum- years
faster.and more specialized care.The new helicopter ser The local Bradford County Hospital can also .Judge R. A. (Buzzy) Green.Jr., with sentence climaxed a major campaign Clinical psychologist Harry Krop of
vie,'Connected with Alachua General Hospital delivered mon an emergency helicopter flight from the helicopter. the stipulation he serve the first 364 on his behalf. In the past few weeks Gainesville said the Sept. 19. 1980
three. patients. to Gainesville the first day It was In opera- based at Baptist Memorial Hospital In Jacksonville.! days in state prison. Florida officials have been flooded shooting brought on the condition in
with mail urging his early release. Glander. Krop reported Glander
/ The Cabinet voted 5-0 to reduce The correspondence file in the gover- became self destructive to cope with '
Glander's prison term to two monthsor nor's office is three inches thick.In an his guilt. Including shoplifting small
; "AlachuaHospitaIHeIicopter '\ 1 the time he had served up to the unusual move Department of Correc- Items but has since made a recovery.
Cabinet hearing on the case.

The step was taken after his attorney -
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i:: j Gets William J. Sheppard of
Three Calls First
; Day Jacksonville and two experts at- .. J. l fi tyole & Associates ..
tributed the smug incident and .. .
other minor to a tem-
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On the first day of operation three switched over to the newly created easier. \ porary psychological disorder
Glander suffered after killing an arms -
calls were answered by the new firm. Similar certificates have been Pilot on the flight is Dick Walton; man in the line of duty. ; All Grand Trophy :
helicopter service which is now basedat obtained from all 21 counties to be who has 13 years flying experience *.
Bradford County. Hospital in served,including Bradford and Union and came to Northeast Florida from "We ought to let this man go .. .
Starke. counties. mountainous Portland Oregon. home" Secretary of State George
Stat-Flight received a call from The new helicopter is an where he flew a similar helicopter for Firestone said. : Men's Slow Pitch :
.' .Macclenny and transferred a patient Aerospatial Astar especially designed Emanuel Hospital.The Judge Green denied a request last *
to Shands Teaching Hospital at the' and equipped to carry two patients maneuverability''and speed of month to reduce the sentence. He t\ 11J'J .
University of Florida Medical Centerin a paramedic a nurse, and the the helicopter make the helicopter pointed out Glander knew better than to. v
Gainesville on its first day of opera- pilot. The patient stretchers are arranged useful backup to ground transports to take contraband into a prison and Softball- 11
tion Saturday August 1. like bunk beds in the rear of tion according to AGH officla that he should be treated the same as : c :
I, The second call was received a the bubble. which in this area consists of severs anyone else who commits the same
short time after the first one. They The copter cruises at between 120 types of ambulances equipped wit) offense. Green issued a statement to '
transported patient with a severe and 140 miles per hour.The helicoptercan either basic or advanced life suppo the media after he learned of the
head injury from Lake City to make it to the Georgia border in equipment.Any Cabinet action."I : TournaDlent
Ala hua General Hospital in about 40 minutes after lift-off from emergency medical service }
Gainesville.The AGH near downtown Gainesville.The agency,hospital doctor can call fo guess it shows again it doesn'tmatter G t
it matters
third call involved a gunshot area ACM plans to serve stretches the helicopter through a special phone what you've done said. : August 7,8&9. 1981
victim in the Reno Section of Starke. from the border to the southern tip of number as can any law enforcementor who you areGreen
arrested during a
with the patient transferred from Sumter County east to the Atlantic fire department personnel. The Glander was
Bradford County Hospital to Alachua and west to the Gulf of Mexico. chopper Is expected to be airbourne routine search for taking into FSP about last eight October : Lake Butler Softball Complex :
General Hospital. Details of that Adminstrator (Rip)O'Steen within S minutes of receiving a call. grams of marijuana I
shooting may be found in the B Section .Bradford County Hospital told the Dr. Cleve Trimble director of 11. : Admission $1.00 (For Entire Weekend) :
of this paper.StatFlight Telegraph that the strike of air traffic emergency medical services pointedout He was taking the contraband to his
the initials standing for controllers would not affect the that a helicopter increases the half-brother who killed a wrestling I
Shock-Trauma Air' Transport was helicopter service because the chop- quality of health care available to coach in a case that the U.S.Supreme : oftj 3OO P.M. Saturday \ C}. !
established recently by AlachuaGene..al per does not fly high enough. trauma victims. Court used to uphold Florida's capital
Hospital and Shared Services Advanced life support equipment is "Every day in the emergency room punishment law in 1976. J \8 (Must Be Present To Win) 0 / :
Inc. The hospital provides per-. tucked away on the chopper and includes we see someone who could have Profit had surrendered to his half-
sonnel and a heliport and the company monitoring equipment and a greatly benefitted by getting to us brother in Connecticut.Glander 50 Gal. of Gas Free 011, Filter ft Lube Change e
leases the helicopter from defibrillator for patients with heart more quickly," Trimble said.It ..
Helicopters of McMin-. problems as well as a variety of in- is expected the new service will was not present at the $25. Gift Certificate Free Front End Alignment I
neville, OregonTwo pilots and a travenous solutions'neck and spine handle 30-calls per month during the hearing before the Cabinet but his .. .. '
mechanic also. were. hired. by Shared braces, oxygen and'bandages.:' The first year of service to* wife sat in the front row.of the Cabinet Come See Softball At ,.It* Best .* aI

rtxr. ... ---rheFe.Services.: .l .aWlIQJ1.atAGtI."" "but the other nurses medical and ,paramedics gear.stowed.will. in have the-I.4-,;pected'terun4irexeeeeof$300.0Wayear spokesman for AGH r The cost e ",j t"." thief room,John.'alongside.CoMldin Stamford*.aa4 th Police high-- ,.. ;,,*,*. ,..,,. ......* .*-*-. :,; .'-- *............. ....*-.

helicopter will use the facility In front pockets of their flight suits. _ _ J__ ,
.: I'of the flagpole at .Bradford County: The new crimson and >whit f!. be $100 plus$4 per.mile.:
Hospital as its home for a few Weeks helicopter named Friendship 1'is sur- Shams Teaching Hospital in
- until a required certificate of public prisingly smooth in flight as reporters Gainesville has announced plans to
necessity and convenience is issued to were given a tour in the helicopter offer helicopter transportation to rJ..J\1
Shared Services by the Alachua County during a. 14-minute flight from trauma victims. But Shands is peeking SERVI ]lAAQo f Lio\ i ,okt\' fii4SS; }
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Commission.'The certificate was Gainesville to BCH. Persons on the approval from the State of Floridafor ,
obtained in the name of AGH last flight wore headsets with small its service and may not have approval
month, but is in the process of being microphones to make conversation until I the end of this year 1 me1&ote.- rA-\c\b\ 6\tef\.S\\
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I Graham Cellmate Thomas Craig Indicted; Staiejji: :

A Union Correctional Institution In- murder in Hillsborough County. state prison system.He he mistakenly killed Graham at the within the department."I part in the case. ..
mate was indicted by the Union County Former UCI inmate Johnny Fort had not been returned as this request of a prison official who wish the legislators would be" Prison officials are trying to work'out
Grand Jury after listening to three confessed to killing Graham in a paper went to press, according to a wanted another Inmate roughed up. legislators and I will be a lawyer, arrangements to transfer outside Fort to;
days of testimony for the 1979 murderof copywrited the Florida Times Department of Corrections Fort stated he often terrorized in- Whitworth said. another state prison of
inmate Vertis Graham. Union and onryCBIn S 60-Mlnutes last spokesman.Investigators. mates for UCI officials in exchangefor Since the State of Florida has ar- Florida, according to a spokesman
The indictment was handed down January. The TV program was in the case have In- cigarettes, marijuana and rested a suspect in the murder, for the Starke law of Wolbert and'
late Wednesday afternoon, July 29, repeated again by CBS the night dicated Craig had been a prime homosexual partners. federal authorities have closed their Saxon which represents Inmate Fort.. .
climaxing a seven-month investiga before the Grand Jury convened to suspect since prison Inspectors first '
Whitworth confirmed Fort ,
was an
take up the case. investigated: Graham's death. .
tion.Thomas Craig,serving IS years for Fort admitted he crept unnoticed Craig, in a letter to the Florida enforcer but that he worked for other '

armed robbery, was indicted for the Into the dormitory and lulled Grahamat Times Union Tuesday,July 28 denied ,Inmates Girardeau:, not,prison' who was officials.chairman of'' j 1 Bradford Sq ",.
murder of Graham on the night of the request of prison official. participating in the murder. In the 1..I riJ
the Florida House Corrections Proba-
Starke ) I
letter Craig pointed out he knew 301 ,S. JIB
Dec. 7, 1979, as Graham slept next to State Attorney Eugene!: Whitworthtold tion and Parole Committee enteredthe ; ,
Craig with a blanket over his head in the media by indicting Craig the nothing about the slaying and has investigation in June of fast Items Available In The Following
a crowded dormitory. grand jury did not believe Fort's confession passed at least one polygraph test when Fort admitted to Graham's year Locations .. thru .. .
State Rep. Arnett Glrardeau, or Fort's claims of corruptionat The investigation of the case involved murder in secret testimony before the
D-JacksonviUe, was jailed for 22 UCI. interviews with more than 200 UCI Glrardeau committee.Dr. '
hours last week after the legislator inmates and correctional officers. Get Into Condition
twice refused to tell the grand jury Whitworth said he has no plans to Inmates who testified before the Girardeau turned Fort's confession ..
what he knew about the Graham slay- hold further investigations or legal Grand Jury were brought into the over to federal attorneys insteadof .. ,, .. ..... -- .
Ing. proceedings against officials at UCI. courthouse with sheets over their Whitworth because-he' believes
Graham,32,at the time of his death Fort, in protective custody in a heads to protect their Identity. Whitworth is too closely linked to thecorrections : 'cjlairof i .
had served one year of a 30-year federal prison in. .the Tallahassee Fort a 6-foot-l, 300 pound self- ,department to honestly .:; : .. :
sentence for attempted first-degree. are*, is expected: to be returned to the described. enforcer, had pointed out 'investigate'charges of'-corruption' ,.:

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by Dolores Meng Local Musician Starke when they spent last week at a 15MCMI. .
Vacationers .....
Phone 408-1913 Jody Wadsworth plans to play his beach house in Crescent Beach.
guitar with the Joe Cephas and the tour Lane Clark of Covington, Kentucky, condition icndifiofm
On Sunday, July 26, Mary Williamswas Besides swimming they enjoyed left Sunday after spending several i
Ghost Riders Band on Thursday, and other shampoo n
honored with an open house partyat ing Ripley's Museum
with his mother, Mrs. Frank
the City Hall from 2 to 4 o'clock. August 6. They will be entertaining at sightseeing around St. Augustine. days .,.
the Starke Golf and Country Club
The occasion marked Mrs. Williams'retirement -
June and Jinx Dunn and daughters
as Postmistress of the when Senator Lawton Chiles will be a
Baby Shower spent last week at their property on
Hampton Post Office for thirty years.As guest there.Hampton Mrs. Jolene Friese and Mrs. Joyce Hampton Lake. _.01_ r
4-H Club __
guest of honor Mary was McMillan were hostesses for a baby "-0.-
Mr.and Mrs.Fracis Meng returned
Doll Waters and Alicia Sheffield
presented with an orchid corsage. She and
shower honoring Inger Campen
Thursday following six weeks visiting
was also presented with many gifts by when represented attended the Hampton the 4-H 4 Congressat -H Club her baby daughter, Amy on July 14, relatives and friends in Kansas,
friends. they
at the home of Mrs. Friese.
California, Oregon and Ohio.
The hall was decorated In patriotic the University of Florida in The refreshment table was covered 1.79 1.79
colors of red, white and blue. The Gainesville; from July 27 thru 31. with a cloth decorated in baby figuresand Mr. and MrS. Paul Meng accompanied o .
refreshment and gift tables covered Among activities taking place were symbols,This theme was carriedout by Francis Meng visited their LCclu, IMS Coupon 2 .91
with white cloths having an overlay of discussions of demonstrations, elect in the plates, cups and napkins used daughter, Mrs. Beverly Wanner and NWCMtClalrol" --r49; NMCMtCUIrol 1.49
red lace. They were centered with tion of State Officers, and adoption of for refreshments of punch and baby son, Jeffery Paul, Monday and Condition Shampoo Condition II InMill Cobol Cram For-
red, white and blue fresh floral ar- their Constitution. They enjoyed dan- cake. Tuesday. Normal dry ally or stant after shampoo treat- mula Halrcolor Bath With
and Steven color treated.200x.bonus ment.99% oil-free.20 oz.
The hall decorated cing activities tours of the Color-Hoidoconditloning
rangments. was "
and white cake
The pink holding an
Visiting Sea World bottle. bonus bottle.
near Orlando
O'Connell Center where attendedthe shampoo.
with an abundance hanging baskets they umbrella carousel was decoratedwith last 'i i
week were Mrs. Jolene Friese
and potted plants. closing Banquet.On baby bib, baby bottles, and
a Sandy and Glen, Mrs
4, Doll and her mother, Inger Campen,
Fruit punch and cake were served
other items. The silver candle .
Michael, Scott and """
Amy, and Selena
Mrs. Harold Waters, .
during the party hours. The cake was were accom- '
holders held pink candles.
decorated with forty American flags, panied by Tony Anderson of the Norman of Starke, who spent several 1 r
Games were played prizes won
days with
Sandy while her .
Starke 4-H Club to attend the parents
representing Mrs. Williams' of :
years Jean Clark and :
Betsy Hersey
by were in
vacationing Texas.
service in the Post Office. Legislative Session in Tallahassee. j
One of the highlights of the occasion During the Legislative Session Doll
was the presentation of a plaque to and Tony plan to introduce House Bill
; Mrs. Williams by Mr. Stein of the 130. This recommends that daily Youth Arrested in Starke RumbleA mMISSCIaIroI
Jacksonvile Post Office Department.This Pledge to the American Flag in I I
was a commendation of her thirty Florida Public Schools be mandatory Starke youth, Raymond Randall suits at the other vouth. Finally Bell :
years as Postmistress and ten in Kindergarten through 12th grades. Bell 20, was charged with disorderly punched the youth in the chest and an ---
years as Assistant to her father, Wer- Visitors intoxication after local police were altercation ensued between Bell and
man Williams. T.J. Smith left for Denver, Colorado called to McDonald's Restaurant the unidentified youth, according to .
Among hosts and hostesses for the on Monday after spending two parking lot, US-301,in Starke,at 12:30: SPD.Bell was again ordered to leave 2.91 1.79 1.99
: occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Harold weeks with his wife and daughter, a.m. Saturday, Aug. 1.Police by local police but refused to do so.
::"" Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Simmons Robin and Shannon, and his parents, received a call that a fight He was then transported to Starke Mill Clalrol Shampoo Clalrol Condition Clalrol Final NaP Regu
? Mr. and Mrs Danny Griffis, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Smith. was taking place in the parking lot at Police Station where he was booked Formula Halrcolor With Beauty pack treatment. lar Unscented. Ultra
:;i Mr. and Mrs. James Griffis, Mr. and Judy Johnson and son, Jim, of the restaurant, according to the and then taken to the Bradford Coun- Color-Hold shampoo 99% oil-free. 30 min. Hold. Ultra Hold Unscented -
:::" Mrs. Marklee Norman, and Mrs. and Carlisle, Pennsylvania, and Ruby Starke Police Department. Capt. W. ty Jail in Starke where he was charged for extra conditioning treatment. 2 oz. or Soft Hold for
:':.::; Mrs. Paul Meng. Mrs. Dolly Simpson Griffin of Jacksonville,came on Tues S. (Scotty) Rhoden Patrolmen with disorderly intoxication. mulas. 12 CIa.' ,
: assisted in opening the gifts. day to spend several days with Richard A. Bennett and Nathanial .
Sylvester and Betty Smith. Smith went to the scene where a fight
t Woman' Club Organized Frank Brown and children, Natalie was in progress.
::: On July 14 the newly formed Hamp. and Steven,from Winter Haven arriv- There were 50 youths in the parking
': ton Women's Club elected -officers ed Monday to spend the week with his-rr'P+-lot who were reported arguing with, '1
:i with eleven members. present:,. ,; .'.."mother*Mrs.'Belle BRown > i .All-'*'"a.. one another.Moat of the youths began; 'li; +il tvit
:.:::''ticers are: Lola Williamson/Presjof' Mrs Jerry Wadswortn'aniifnef' to leave and Bell began to argue with* J ,, ?.. lot II M.
\ dent; Elna Phillips, Vice President; children were accompanied by her an unidentified male who was attempting -
: f Amy Koehler Secretary, and Dot mother, Mrs. Madge Sullivan of to leave. i
E:: Mitzel, Treasurer. Waldo, and her neice, Ada Griffis, of Bell kept pestering and yelling In-
:.- Meetings are scheduled for the first I
:. and third Thursdays of each month at
::: the City Hal beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Among purposes and goals of the INSULATION
,' : Hampton Women's Club are
::. beautification of the City, hostessing >
children and welcoming of new
: ; residents to the area. .
iAll interested women of the Hampton '
:--. Area are cordially invited to at-
; tend the meeting tonight, August 6, in /
: : the City Hall. PERCENTAGE

: New Arrival O r' WHEF RATE 'bU '4'.

.'. James and Inger Campen proudly IJIItIJ BUY ANOTAKE
'. announce the adoption of their baby DELIVERY .
daughter, Amy on July 7. J ON ANY NEW.CHEVROLET
r;; Their Michael and .
sons Scott, are HOUSE. EXTERIOR
:Li very proud of their new sister, who HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATION N.
s: from all reports, is a sweet little doll. FIBERGLAS BATTS CAR DURING tf
: Sylvester Smith has returned home F4oe eur+afe
:; following six weeks hospitalization at
:,:::Gainesville's Veterans Hospital. SAVE I I I SAVE 1C6ay
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K.D. Watterson Is home after ON HEATING ON COOLING ,.
", undergoing eye surgery at the
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Columbia and Gilchrist Counties All Cars At

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I LawteyNews; : Mrs. Mains Griffin and children of family wre Sunday dinner guests of Darlene, were supper guests of Mrs. Mrs. Fred Moore visited her sister
PalatXa,spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee. Marie Wilson and her sister. Mrs. Ed Miss Rachel Bayer of the I
J her mother. Mrs.: Nellie Wilkinsonand Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thomas, Jay, Roberts on Sunday night at Kingsley Presbyterian House In Jacksonville
lister, Mrs. Daisy Boch. and Miss Cherri Rowe of Live Oak, Lake. They went shopping while there
:,. ) By Elizabeth Terry James Gallagher and family of Mrs. D. O. Brown and Shawna went Mr. and Mrs. Seeb Andrews and Ran .
'Phone 782-3300 Miami and her mother, Mrs. AdelaidKenerEy with the Girl Scouts and their group of dy of Wildwood, Miss Debbi Andrewsof .
Mr. and Mrs. Randy mothers to Marineland on Saturday.Mr << Gainesville, Fred Moore, Jr.. ,and '
CHURCH: ACTIVITIES: Roberts and daughters Arnie and. and Mrs. Lea McClellan and son Rick, of Fletcher N.C., Jimmy .
., .> ....CHURCH OF COD: Sunday School, 10 Heather. .i .Mr. and Mrs. Robert McClellan and Moore of Jacksonville, Mrs. Gayle
a.m., Worship services 11 a.m.and 6 Johnny DeVore of Tampa spent the son Jeff spent Wednesday to Saturdayat Todor Scott and Brad of Orange Park, 1r 1
p.m.Prayer Meeting and .YPE' weekend with his mother, Mrs. Safari Campground at Alachua. Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Moore, Trlsha !
If Wednesday. 7:30 p.m. Pauline DeVore. Mr. and Mrs..Wayne Hardee and and Adam, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Casey
EVERGREEN BAPTIST Sunday Mrs. Leon Starling and her mother. family toured North Carolina South and Tara of Kingsley Lake, enjoyed
School 10 a.m., Worship services 11 Mrs. Lois Carter, carried Mrs. Deb- Carolina and went to Hampton, Mrs. Fred Moore s birthday dinner at .
a.m. and 7 p.m.. Training Union, 6p.m. bie Phillips to visit Mr.and.Mrs.Arlie Tenn. While there they visited Rev. the home of Mr.and. Mrs. Tom.' Casey
., Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Dobbs on Friday. and Mrs. Raymond Caudill. in Starke.
7:30 p.m.FMTII Mrs. Ernest Hewitt of Tallahassee Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee visited Mrs. Ed Roberts Mr. and Mrs. -
BAPTIST: Bible School 10 returned home Friday with her Mr. and Mrs Larrie DuBose .In Randy Roberts and daughters COMING ,
Decatur Ga. and Mr. and Mrs Heather and Arnie, Mrs. Beulah Nor-
a.m., Worship services, 11 a.m. and? daughter. Mrs. Ernestine Herring,
p.m., Prayer Meeting Wednesday. ,after spending three months with her Robert English of' Atlanta, Ga.,.over man, Mrs. Mona Johns and her sons
7:30: p.m.FIRST parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs. the weekend. Garland, Danny and Wayne Norman, O
BAPTIST: Sunday School 0:43: Douglas Eunice of Gainesville was Pastor and Mrs. Delbert King and Mrs. Joy Norman, and her daughter, nnNt' .

a.m.. Worship services 11 a. in. and Friday overnight guest of his grand- -.ettl tltl-tttt-r ,
7:30: p.m., Training Union 6:30 p.m.. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eunice. :
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7:30: Mrs. Doss Higginbotham of Max Truck Auction '
'p.m. vine spent a week here at her mobile .
HIGHLAND MISSIONARY BAP- home and with her son-in-law and Wed., Aug. 1210 a.m. (Certified Meats) .
TIST: Sunday School 9:43: a.m., Wor- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn ,' .!,
ship services 11 a.m. and 6 p.m., Shuford and Nancy.Mr. '. Starke Truck Plaza 'j "', .
Prayer Meeting Wednesday, 7:30: and Mrs. N. J. Strickland of Starke ': :
p.m. Suwannee were Friday dinner guestsof i'a:; .
LAURA BAPTIST: Sunday School their aunt, Mrs. O. J. Anders.. Consignment Accepted "" T h e
9:45: a.m., Worship services 11 a.m. Julius Eunice was a Friday supper I,,' ,
and 7:30 'p.m.. Prayer' meeting guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. For Information Call .
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Harold Eunice. \
LONG BRIDGE BAPTIST: Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited McDougalls Auction Company ,' 'i' 'r'
,School 9:45: a.m., Worship services 11 their brother, Eustis Kelly in 1-904-772-7930 '''Meat Store
a.m. and 7:30: p.m., Prayer meeting. Veterans Hospital and their sister-in- '
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. law Mrs. Thelma Kelly in Rest Haven "
MORGAN ROAD BAPTIST: Sunday Nursing Home on 6th Avenue. ,
School 10 a.m., Worship services 11 Gainesville, on Saturday. Martie's 105 Road
a.m. and 7 p.m.. Training Union 6 Fred,Jr.,and son Rick Moore spenta Body Shop

p.m.p.m.,Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7 Moore.week with his mother, Mrs. Fred '" 8ft 231 s. 496-2679 Across From

NORTIISIDE BAPTIST Sunday Miss Elizabeth Terry and Miss Ar- Lake Butler Bradford Square Shopping Center
School 10 a.m., Worship services 11 thurine Blanchard visited her sister
a.m. and 7 p.m., Prayer meeting Miss Enza Blanchard and Mrs. '
Wednesday at 7 p.m. Thelma Wilson, at Baker Nursing Dupont Acrylic Paint
SMYRNA MISSIONARY BAPTIST: Home at Macclenny on Thursday
Sunday School 10 a.m., Worship services afternoon. While there, they served Rear Sliding 6995 Complete Exterior
j 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Prayer watermelon to the patients and L964.8290 .,
i meeting Wednesday 7:30 p.m. visitors.J. Glass Window Ree95 $15995
GRACE UNITED METHODIST:Sun- C. Prevatt of Gainesville visitedhis .
.S day School 9:45 a.m., Worship services mother, Mrs. Carl Prevatt on Reg. $250. ._ ... .
11 a.m. Minister will be in his of- Monday afternoon.Mr. We Do All Types Of Glass Work .:". .
fice at the church daily 9-11 a.m. Mon- Lonnie Teston returned home
day through Thursday. Friday afternoon from North
I PERSONALS: Regional Hospital in Gainesville.Let .
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Norman and continue to pray for him.
their daughter Rhonda and their Friends of Mrs.Earl Prevatt regretto
mother Mrs. Ola Starling spent the learn she is a patient in Bradford
I weekend in Clearwater. and St. County Hospital. Our prayers are
Petersburg. with her.
Mr. and Mrs. Benton Futch of Mrs. Earl P. Troxell is in Jacksonville .
t Starke visited their brother Terry with her son-in-law and
Futch.in Baptist Hospital in Jacksonville daughter, Mr. and )Mrs. David Kelly,
on Tuesday night. until her grandchild arrives.. Mrs.
Friends of Glenn Taylor of Kelly will be in St. Vincents Hospitalin
!, Highland regret to learn he is a patient Jacksonville.
in room 219 of Baptist Hospital, Mrs. James Waters visited her
5 Jacksonville. Our prayers. are with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Higgin
him. botham of Maxville onSunday. We
L Deepest sympathy of the community are happy they are able to be home
is extended to Mrs.-'Marguerite from the hospital,Let's continue to '
: Wainwright Brassell and relatives pray for them. !; .11
because of the death of her husband, Friends of Mrs. Catherine Steele"regret
;-Mf. Jack Brassell.Her mother Mrs. to learn that she is a surgical

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:W.).1 daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.James Mrs. J. S. Waters: of Fitzgerald,
i'Ka': i Wainwright. Ga.,visited her parents, Mr.and Mrs., RANGES Ik1ft1:1Yi\IL.J
ij' Mrs. Glenette France'and daughter James Waters from Wednesday. until I' :
Velvet of Bellview, Michigan, visited Saturday. -
her grandmother, Mrs. C. R: Crews Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sappenf leld of ql Model JBS03 I
.' on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlet Lake Geneva and Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Harper and son C.W. from Wauchula, Wild of Miami were Monday supper Removable oven door.Tiltlock 1r1. ._ With IceMaker
'; visited their grandmother, Mrs. guests of Mr.and Mrs.James Waters. .I .. :: ]
.i, Crews, on Friday. Mrs. Edna Moore of SR 225 spent a Calrod' surface
in,: sister, Mrs. Marie Wilson of Miami.I Wilkison, Sr. 'j. 'J'A..w eat :-
:. rented a house at Kingsley Lake from Lynn Boch and daughter Jennie of surfacelftnll, controls. & --' -..
Thntsday until Tuesday.Their guests Alachua were Sunday dinner guestsof J J ;: ;tf : ; Reg. $86995
were Mr. Edward Roberts of Miami, his mother, Mrs. Daisy Boch, and 't i Pull'width storage
Mrs.,',ulah Norman, Mr. and Mrs. grandmother, Mrs. Nellie! Wilkinson.anytime ,drawer with clean sweep '- $
, _...7..r.. ''J' design. 769 195
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Wete' $349. -
Free ;.: Reg. ..uk --=' .. Two Ice truys:st'r'Me? tin .

Equipped for .ipiton.u
PllZA Restaurant Model TFF2ODB automatic In,'maker

Meat keeper with adjust. > Four tiuHt.iblt nlrtshelves
system helps cut
t g able temperature control atlng cost. .

e-r : :f2.45c 964-6877 convert to vegetable Bolls out on wheels.Automatic Moist 'N fo'l'esh.t'LIt' |1
e. storage high humidity pan
301 S. Starke 30wide.' 66.4 high
( except Sunday) Reg. $295.95Standard ,

Summer Hours 4 pm tit 1 0 mk -- I $249 1' !' -..

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.Timed cycle (140
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V Fixed temperature
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i G i /filter ..? $35995 ..I,

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finish clothes capacity three 'M
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;;, g., Model DDE400OV!: -Electric t wash/spin speedcombinations I
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...1. $679 Model WWA706OV trap lint. .
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-+c "dl..ignU.-... IIM\J1I temperatures with ,
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Single Knob M i hiinnrl TuiilnnIIWl rinse q
FARM SUPPLIES Energy l'| <>lMrM; IIMI%S..lIelSI.II..CIlWHiH '
Bleach dispenser
Digital' l'hamelwelunderI, '
i. $1 09 Durable porcelain enamel

i' Cow Feed Rabbits Hogs V = basket.finish on top ltd,tub and I IltC'III'
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: Dog Feed. ||TV ;MiilnlHht l.liuk fmi, h. quality
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Round Bales, Pft..I..Tul... St.n".rll..1"Ium.. .Cmilnil'
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ObituariesMr. : hhenry 11. Lee of the First Presbyterian Church,
Archer Funeral
c cemetery.
Home of Lake Butler was in charge. of Mr. Henry H. Lee 71, of Keystone .He was survived by a lion, HaroldE. Announcing the Opening .*,:. .."
General Young of Starke.
arrangements. Heights died in the Alachua
.LonnieV. Waters Hoepltalln Gainesville Tuesday morning Funeral services were held at 11

Mr. L. V. Waters. 68, of Rt. 3, Box following a lingering illness. a.m. Wednesday. August 5. at the of
I its,,Lake Butler died Saturday night Born in Gardner Fla.. he moved here graveside in Crosby Lake Cemetery. '
In the 'North Florida Regional Early II. ClarkMr. ten years ago from Nashville Arkan- Rev LeRoy Olive officiated. DeWittC. t ,
.Hospital after an extended illness.Alifelong and Jones Funeral Home was in chargeof
Clark ,.... He was a Protestant, was a
H. lived in
Early 7T
resident of Union Coun- retired Superintendent with the Wire the services.
jy ''Mr. Wafers was retired from the Melrose died Sunday afternoon in Bound Box Industries. .

:university of Florida..,where he was a North Florida Regional Hospital, Survivors include: his wife. Mrs. Cards Thanks
Maintenance foreman. He was a Gainesville,. following a long illness. Minnie Dyal Lee; two daughters We are sincerely grateful to friends
member; of the Church of Jesus Christof ,Mr. Clark was born In Blountstown Mrs. Doris Lee Kersch of Salinas and neighbors for their many kind
Latter Day Saint. Oak Grove. He Fla., Dec. 28, 1903. He lived in California, Mrs. Joyce Leona Priestof acts of sympathy during our sad he Eyeglass
'was also a member of Woodman, of Jacksonville from 1923 until moving ThurmanF. bereavement. Our appreciation can-
Oregon; a son
to Melrose In 1969. He retired
,{be World was a not be "
Half. adequately expressed.
"? Lee of Interlachen, Fla.; (
Survivors, include his Wife Mrs. carpenter for the Seaboard Railroad brother, J.R. Heathcoat of St. Special thank you to DeWitt C. )
of, and he was a member of the St.
'Georgia E. Martin Water Lake Petersburg; sister. Mrs.Minnle L. Jones Funeral Home and staff.
;Butler; six daughters, Mrs,' Eloise Williams Catholic: Church, Keystone Shaw of Keystone Heights and a Half- Family of Rose Parsons
'Monde of Gainesville Mrs. JoAnn Heights. sister, Mrs. Irene Thomas of Panama and bonnie & Norma Melton
,Underhill of Stark. Mrs.';Margaret City; six grandchildren and six great-
Stan eU of Lake City, Mrf;;:Correne Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. grandchildren. We, the family of the late Mr.
;,Bailey of Waycross, Ga.. Mrs. Josephine. F. Clark'; two daughters Funeral services will beheld at 2''' Robert Pittman, express thanks to all Fashion ''Frames for tjie Entire'Family: '
-Jeanette-Bieltlng of Lake Butler and'Mrs. Mrs Katherine Holewinski of Man- friends for all acts of '. .
; p.m. Thursday; August 6, in the our many kindness J- .
darin and Mrs. Frances: Murwin of : .: -
Madeline Richardson of Cocoa Chapel of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral to us during our bereavement.
,Florida; four sons Earl, Robert anJTed Keystone Heights; a son, Charles Home with Rev. Leslie J. Harris of Your calls, flowers, food donationsand .
Waters, all of Lake Butler and Clark of Orangedale; a brother Ralph ficiating. Interment will be In the words of comfort by the Rev. .
Alvin Waters of Cocoa j ,one sister. Clark of South Houstoni Texas; 12 Ellam Cemetery at Melrose with arrangements Leroy Davis Halle Funeral Home'sefficient located' Al:
"Mr..'Arcadia'Waters of Okechobee; ,grandchildren'- and 10 great handled by DeWitt C. service all made our sorrows S Prescriptions Filled ._ VS MIS & Ectw d. Road
two brothers Tommie Waters of Lake grandchildren., Jones Funeral Home.Theodore easier to bear. .' Access from Community BonkS
'City and Aubrey Waters of Dundee; Mrs. Johnnie Mae Pitman C Lens Duplicated. .o4-858S
Funeral services will be held at 10
25: grandchildren and 6 Ross Young
a.m. Thursday, August 6. in the St. AndFnmily Sunglasses QnH: Monday thru Friday
grandchildren.Funeral Church Mr. Theodore Ross Young, 69,'who .
Williams Catholic with the CORRECTIONIn C Senior Citizen Discount 9 am 5:30 pm
services held Tues-
were lived at the Temple Motel, Starke the card of thanks for Oleta R. .
pastor, Williams officiating. Saturday 9 am 1 pm
in Oak
day the Grove Church of Jesus
Interment will be at 2 p.m. in the died at his residence.Monday August Purdom, July 30, I mistakenly I left<< out
Christ of Latter
Day Saints, with 3. Mr. Young was born in Michigan
Evergreen Cemetery; Jacksonville. the DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home. I
Elder Peacock W.and W. Elder Jordon Dale Elder Smith Ernest of DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home Is In and lived most of his lifetime in am truly sorry. Thank you for your Rodney L. Sumner, Owner Licensed Optician
Starke. He was a retired Postal Ser
of nssistance during our loss.Alonzo.
charge the arrangements.
,ficiating. Burial followed in the vice mail carrier, and was a member L. Purdom


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;I PERSONAL PERSONAL ****. ***S Keystone Ms ;: ;,..... .CARS ft :' FORRENT .' .St re.i I
SERVICES SERVICES ______--------"- I....-, .__ TRUCKSm MOtlll HOME, LOT for _
S FOR SALE ', : : ,HOMES retired couple. Beautiful '
CARPENTER WORK HYPNOSIS..openlng practice FOR trees: Across from lake CARS & eARS &
Remodeling work kitchen of Mark David Wl e.B.A. FOR SALE Geneva.$55 month. Phone '
LAKE LOT on sand bottomed LAKE $ CADIlLAC tour M TRUCKS196B .'. f, I TRUCKS
cabinets and trim' Now offering services SWAN .ISTATIS'beautiful 473-2879. rfnchg 7/2 '.
carpenter. Reasonable lor pratcrlptlon hypnosis lake In Hlllerett. $800 wooded Vt-ocre VILLI. mint condition. MORil HOMI In Lake
price*. Call Ed Dempsey at for traditional and Individual down. $146.44 per month. lot. on paved lreett. HIlLCREST. LAKE-Jutl redue- .43.000 miles. $7,350 ALSO Geneva Park $140 and up.. DATSUN PICKUPi .UICt"FttCTA''flS1 One
.... 473.2477 oft. 6 p.m. application Phone 473-4038 arc Some waterfront lot. ...], ''ow'cash to mortgage 1977 Scottsdol 4x4 IW1 Phone 4732879. tfnchg 7/2 recently overhauled Run owner. Loaded. No. I con
ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS (making, weight control 473.4367 after 6 p.m. Swimming aatement to mobile home lot with large truck 49.000 mil... 3450. COTTAOI AT SMITH LAKI3BU .. good. First $700 CASH .dition.. No&d.n's. no .,us'.
Closed meetings Monday 8 doctor ,referral lira*. tfnchg 7/30 .. From 6000. Buy tree and great view Phone 473-28M or Jon large living area, fully take It. Phone 9648966. New tire.*. 46.000 mile
p.m. Open meeting*, Friday reduction, ate.) Please call LAKI LOTS AND ACREAGEKeyttone now. build later SR26. $7.790. 396-3039. Itchg 1/6 equipped and carpeted. It pet 8/6 (No collect callM! please).
8 p.m. Alonan Monday Oolnetvllle. 376-3543 for Height owner two mile east of Melrote. BEDFORD LAKE-3BR 13*. GOOD BUY-riMd. money $225 per month. Phone 1MO PONTIAC TRANS AMI Call 333-2431.: 7/30 4tchg
8 Alateen 7 appointment 7/9 financed 10 perc.nt In. 473-2123 extra large living room for school. 1977 OofHin 1978 VW RAtBITt 38OOO
p.m. Monday tfnchg By owner, or 772-1779 or 388-3999(Jo*). turbo white with blue
p.m. All meeting In teract. Lot on clear sandbottomed 13842289. 4tchg 8/6-8/27 with fireplace, kitchen station wagon. $3,800 :MR 2BA MOMI-CH/A. $390 velour Interior, power window miles, A/C. .'".'.0.
t Educational Building. Community YARD SALE ) lake, priced to lIlt 00-KART. 3HP equipped washer dryer, firm. Call Wondy 473-J30B.: ,month. lake *, tilt wheel. AM/FM Assume payment. Call
Church. $nchg 7/2 ell from 9900. One to Tecunseh angina double f.-*.r. completely furnlthed. 1t7 OMIGA KtOUOHAM.4DR. 376-0078.per tfnchg 6/18 access. ".,_. 27,000 mile. Like 964-6070 or 964-3823.. 7/30
PRESSURE CLIANINO-. MOVING SAtl-AII must got five acre overlooking lake ._t.,. $300 or belt offer.. beautiful white A/C AT. PS. PR. slec-! OFFICE SPACI ot Kay.ton.Contor..ApproClmot.ly n_. $8493. TERWILLEGAR 1t71 DATSUN '280 Zt
Phone 473-2477. tfnchg 7/2 Friday Saturday. Sunday (access available) with 473-4677. "pel 1/6 and beach great buy at Inc windows cruise con- 400 MOTORS. 9647200. Itchg Customized 40.000 mile
CARPENTRY AND MASONRYWORKbulld nice treet from 3500. STOVI In excellent condition $60.000. ." 01. Lost than 30,000 extra Best oiler.
August 7. 8. 9. Immokalee / sq. .,. $160 per month. Call 8/6
month. ml350 Vbuckot
patio, odditioni Road. Itchg 8/6 $50O down. $50 a ; I0->ped bicycle.needs SPRING LAKI-Vacatlon 473-4961. 1981 FORD PICKUP F250 Call 964-6020 or 964-5823.
remodeling. home* Commercial frontage- tire*. Call 4732479. retreat. 2BR, ISA asbestos ._t.. $3,7SO. 473-4177 Helnht Realty. Realtor.IN 300 six cyl., EPA I 19 city. 26 '77 TOYOTA ,TRUCK!
b and tile work. Alto Investment opportunity. 1979 shingle with detatehed day*.. 473-70M 'nIghts.'WAP1TED *
pain- ALSO Grand Am POlIo cottage MOCK HOUSI.. Living !Hwy, 4 speed creeper 4-tpeed, 'AC. -AM/FM
Z. ling. Free .ttlmate LOSTFOUNDLOSTi SR-2IN. Owner-aleman. tlac. 4732479. 1 tchg 8/6 garage on lot room kitchen.: Furnished. transmission PS, PB knit radio. $3,000. Phone
Phone 473.4473 during' 473.4375. tfnchg 7/2 SPINET PIANO-llke new. 100x530. Brick fireplace Part utilities. Couples only. seat, low mount mirror, 964.5644 or 9648139. 7/30
:St.:; day. tfnebg 7/2 Two liver and whit. AKC DOBERMANS.Topquality Beautiful Instrument with boat houte. $37SOO.! 'No $179. 475-1426. cigar lighter tape stripes' .1972 CHEVY LUV TRUCK '74
:II FREE YOURSELF OF UN. German hart-hair Older only. You or. Invited bench damp chater.IOOO. GOODSON PRAIRIE LAKE CASH OR> GOLD lorllng/ pots. 7.30x16 ((8 ply) tire with engine. AC/heat, radio:
; WANTED HAIR with electrolytlt. :. dog hot cyst on left hip. to visit our kennel, $ 473-2733 evening mobile home lot with septic |*w.lry,.diamonds coin. HOMES FOR pare, AM ,radio step excellent gas mileage.
Call for a tree con- lost In Smith Lak. vaclnlty 4751228. and weekends rinchg 7/30 well and power pole.' Will visit your homo bumper 4.000 miles still Good tire*. $I50.00 FIRM.
i ultallon. 473-7033. Amy' Sunday. August 2. If een, WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN 73 MERCURY OUTBOARD 'Owner financing. 14500. anywhere 3765235. Mr. SALE under warranty. $6993. Call 431.1114 after 6 pm
Electroly! 490 Lawrence phon. 4733325. 1 tchg 8/6 tfnchg 72'Io.ACRI 30HP. control and tank. WHITI SANDS LAKB. 3 Rlttmon. lf chg 7/2 TERWILLEGAR MOTORS. 1974 FORD WAGON 10
i Blvd.. Keystone. nchg 7/2 LOTS for sale from S60O 473-2359 t chg 8/6 acre, 160 ft. on 'water WANTED RISPONSIBLIAtVSITTII BEAUTIFUL TWO ACRES. 964.7200. Itchg 8/6 new motor.
... .. u .. ..' $2.993. Rettrlcted. with I owner financing. $34.COO. for 3-month- property and home In 1977 TOYORA COROLLA passenger 1970 OLDS. Good '/. ton
;. ,.' lake accei: 3772808. Big Lake Brooklyn OPAL LAKI-2BR. IBA old and 2-yoar-otd. Deerwood Hills 3 miles deluxe station wagon: one SWB TOYOTA pickup withcomper.

i ,:;' f v l [Sa'f' : "Inr : \ : :hrrJ1STEVE, tfnchQ 6/11 Waterfront masonry home. FireplaceIn Ky>tono-Molroo oroa. north of Keystone. 24x60 owner 26.000 miles AT. Phone 964.5232 or
\ large living room. Huge Permanent applicant only mobile home3BR, 28*.. tinted ,
AC gloss pinstripes
I :: iCI, r.\' 'I IJtfJ'J.: J lr ;#"4. i i ii BROADWAYTREE Executive efficiencyApt. oak on beautiful specious need apply. 473-4338.. carpet. CH/A. deep well bodyslde molding 964.6365. Itpd 8/6
: lot.. Assumable VA loan.' WORK WANTED Yard workor with..delicious water vinyl interior This vehicle HELP.WANTED.
i New Selection Weekly "You Bid" You Buy SERVICE Completely fur. 64900. house work. Wo do windows $23,000, Owner will has always been garaged
GiftwareMuch nished. $160. month. KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 479-1720 especially finance with reasonable and look like newt $3995.
I Furniture Removal REALTY. REALTOR after 5 p.m. 4tpd 8/6-8/27 dawn"" payment. Discountfor TERWILLEGAR MOTORS.
Much More Too Many Items To Mention 473-2720 473.4961 cash. 9123777496. 9647200. Itchg 8/6 RN AND LPN NEEDEDEx.
Itchg 8/6 Nights and Sundays, cellent salary and shift dif
Consignments Accepted Trimming ---- HELP, 9122940189. tfnchg 9/7 I,.1 FAIRMONT 4 door ferential. Contact, Director
"Col" Mel Runyan Owner Lie Auctioneer] I Visit Clay Newest WANTEDEXPERIENCED 3BR. 2BA HOMI In Silver brand n.wl I 23 EPA city 34 of Nursing Ed Fraser
Inside Tie Market Open To Public Open 7 Days S week Free Estimates County's Ridge overlooking Silver .... hwy. 2300 4 cyl: Memorial Hospital Baker
'. Auction Hous. CUTTERS AND lake. Two miles to engine, 4 speed trans.. County Nursing Home Call

:''l tjO ri... .r f j (. I cfi: .,: :'I, .t<<"r@lIi.Hwt @ 473-4732 'Col.'Mel Runyon -Auctioneer SEWING machine Keystone schools,'on county WSW radials w/conv. 259.3151.7130 2tchq 8 06
After 5 operators needed. Wa are owned"" roads 41000. spare clock PS PB dual RN OR LPN NEEDED: full or
; IU hXHci .t ,pqh ,! ,3.v"ri"j, p.m. Saturdays 7:30P.M: Keystone Heights now taking) applicationsfor / II 3/4% mortgage. mirrors: AM/FM stereo port.11m.. All shift' Differential .

,. ./ Keystone/ Heights 473-7111 deluxe wheel caver list Call Mrs.
sewing machine 376.0018tfnchg 6/18 pay.
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operator and cutter.. Apply LARGE 211. I #5 IA with 24'
In person at Keystone family room. Could convertto WILLEGAR MOTORS. 9646220. 8 6 2tchg 8 13 !
-- Uniform Manufacturing 4BR.. On paved street. 964.7200. Itchg 8/6 POSITION AVAILABLE)
I Union County Ads- Inc. located on Airport Woodedacre lot. 1911 THUNDERBIRD 2 door, Migrant Education
Huntley Road In Keystone Heights. $34,900. Swimming ease Brand n.wl) 255 V-8 AT Resource Teacher for
RodE earn's COOK<< at Park of the Palms. 5v5 05. Two miles east ol OD. AM/FM Stereo Interior after-school tutoring pro
473-4926. 2tchg 8/6-13 Melrose on SR26. By decor g'owp. wire gram in Columbia
HELP WANTED FOR SALE FOR SALE PERSONAL RV TOES owner, 479-2123 or wheel covers, remote mirrors Hamilton, Madison!

-thiit1I. I 473-4340 1-384-2289. Itchg 8/6 speed control tilt Suwannee ,and Bradford
CORRECTIONAL OFFICER OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUP WASHERS $125 dryer $95 SERVICES 0 Help Wanted 2BR SMITH LAte AREA wheel clock WSW radial Counties For further Information .
lposition: available at PLIES. GIFTSS. Union color portable TV-less than or Sewing machine operators 'IS.acre wooded lot. A/C. ((5)). dual paint stripes contact: Migrant
Union Correctional Institu County Tim.. open Mon. one year old.$300, small CUSTOM MADE ; :: c:1: 473.4252 needed Apply to Keystone hoot. Furnished or unfurnished. rocker panel molding, AC Education Program. P. O
: tion. Employment Criteria: day and Tuesday 8:30 a.m. apt. size refrigerator $123 DRAPIRIISIFre.estimates Ot Uniform Manufacturing' $30.000 assumable and tinted glass 1 18 EPA city Box 70. Live Oak. Fla Closing .
High School Diploma or to 3 p.m., Wednesday- queen size bedroom suite local Repairs Major Co. .located on.. Airport mortgage' available at 9 28 hwy. List $10.291. date August 21 1981.
GED age 19 or over good closed Thursday and Fri. $350. new child. bedroom distributors for completely Electric Appliances Rood. Keystone Heights. 3/4K. Call owner, sole $8975. TERWILLEGAR' An equal opportunity
moral I character day 8:30: a.m. till noon. See suite $300. sofa loveseat. washable nationally.... Serving Bradford S Clay I M,. Ridge Fouche, Plant 4732735. tfnchg 8/6 MOTORS. 964-7200 Itchg employer. 904-362-41)5)
background. U.S. Citizen our 1/2 price table of chair $300. dinette set advertised Gard. Counties I ILaw"c. Manager. Base rate.'..20 8/6 BRADFORD VIDEO needs
no criminal record. Salary selected gift Item All $100 double bed $60. twin Draperies. SW Enter .. Blvd per hour. MISCELLANEOUSBINGO..AMERICAN 1 1981 FAIRMONT 4 door, hard working people for
range I0.3I4-$13.467 an contemporary card 50 bed $43 king size bed prises. Ed or Lama KeystoneA Brand newl 300 six door.to.door sales. Must
I nuolly. Salary increase approved percent off. $13O. Phone 752.7961 Pro Stephen. 4962219. cylinder. AT AC. tinted be available to work 5.6
,S by Legislature for vidence. Itchg 8/6 5/I/80TFN Ad* LEGION HALL SR-21. glass. dual accent point days per week 'during
ImplementatIonSeptember 1972 CHEVY LUV Excellent EARLY AMERICAN HIOE-A- & H Brokerage Saturdays, 7pm.:Public Invited stripes, clock. PS PB evening hours:' Generouscommission
i TANKS and drain
I, 1981. Con. gas mileage; .74 engine. BED $200. frost free : .Cttt Results tfnchg 7/2 AM FM stereo dual mirror *, Phone
tact Personnel Union Correctional radio AC/heot. good tires. refrigerator $175, bunk pump out tanks, also fill Now AvailableAmerican *. turbine wheel covers.WSW 964:6308. llchg 8 6 .' .
I Institution P.O. $l.SOOfirm. 431-1114 alter beds $100 queen site dirt. licensed. Call Brlnce radials ((5)). 20 EPA clty. EXPERIENCED ENGINE (
Box 221. Raiford Florida 6 p.m. TFN chg waterbed$295.formal din Jones 273-2197 around 7 Republic Insurance 28 EPA hwy est, list
I 13083: ((904)) 431.1212. "An 1976 FORD ELITE: Loaded. ning room suite $1000. a.m. or after 5 p.m. 7/16 Co. for the first times Keep Cool 11 I Shop I keystone Heights $8382 Sale S746O TER- AUTO Electrical. mechanicneeded

Eq >.nl Opportunity excellent condition. good captains' bed $130 AC TFN. offering it's complete' line of 'FLEA MARKET WILLEGAR MOTORS Good fringe
i employer Affirmative Action gas mileage. $2995 D.M. $125. Phone 732-7941 Pro 3 FAMILY YARD SAlEt Sot.. 'Amerkare'* health coverage 9647200. Itchg 8 6 benefits Salary common
Employer" 2tchg7/30 Hal. 496-2171. TFN 7/2. vidence. Itchg 1/6. Aug. 8. 280 SW 6th St. on to establish agents and Open /11-6 Daily 4737191 surate with oxpononca Ap

t 8! 6.JOB. BOSTON TERRIERS: Mal... 7 TWO FIASHYAPPAlOOSAicolts 121. Itchg 8/6. brokers. Keystone Heights Dollar Sever Bldg.. ply in person IERWIUEGAK
INFORMATION weeks old. adorable, have both PATIO SALE) Beside Spires Included are excellent Malar ids Get Results 'MOTORS. 206 W. .Madi oi>
: Alaskan and Overseas ihot.. 485.1677 Brooker cart be registered Both Grocery Store. Sat., Aug. Medical Medicare Supple -- Street 964.72OO SlaikoTRUCK

\ Employment Great income 2tchg 7/30 8/6. sired by "WA.JAZZY" son 8.Clothes from 9 and o.m other until 4 Items p.m.' ( ., .. -
potential. Call tq4eAM443otbrtwI. "S t q I sn.t u wu.
of WAPim ( Out
602 941.SOU, Dept 8629. "24X.0 MOBILE HOME: 2'' ,bloodline). 6 'month old App'!i.>. GARAGC.Itpd 8/6.. ;,,"j ri.: 9nS' .,,iIk5'mml.; : ;"': i
; Phone call refundable bedroom 1 3/4 bath;-on 2 sorrell color with SME.A..gorns
Jwhite TRIJGK'Wed.
sbonond renewals.II'
4rcng 868 13 8 20 8/27 acres with central blanket 16 month old is ,sole, will .be, .at pock tiftd. y'o'u'ot'V'' "yest,4.!|'an' InSurono :
Peal Seays home in Worthlngton
i. SJOBS OVERSEAS Big AC heat. Five miles SE of boy with while spots out .all 'Pro"' whoVwonts to substantially
money fast $20.OOO to take Butler on CR.237. of 'JET-A-LONC' mare.Both Springs day-
550 000 plus per year. Call Phon. 496.2020. Itchg 8/6. hove Saturday. August 8.Falfowing / increase you Accident
I 716.842.6000 Ext 5005. 15 FT. TRI-HUUi Cacci-Craft CAll super Jane disposition. Usher-. .'' Items: little girls Health. Commission let i
1 IIpd 8 6.RECEPTIONIST. ".size.& 4.to 6 shorts blouses, tolkl I J.
Boat. 75 HP ski
Crysler. 496-2176 496-2903
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FOR LAKE nice dresses and shoes American Republic; Ins. Ce.
equipment new seats llchg 8/6. I
BUTLER OFFICE Exponence baby items mens pants W A, Davis [ '
: good condition. $1 .600. 1977 CHEVY PICK-UP: 1 ton [ UI i1J1
d necessary Call Phone 496.2345 ask for 350 automatic excellent site 34 wiast 30 length and 999 Blandtng Blvd.Orange .
: Dr Wilt 31 waist-31 length size
496 3296 or Larry I tchg 8 6. condition twin tanks Cork% Fl 32073
378.3139 TFN 8 6chg sliding rear window medium shirts :Some 904272.4149Friday.( :
PEAS: You pick or we pick mines size clothes, shoes-
-- Reduced to $3.OOO. Alsocomp.r August
i demons place, east for I 9 a.m. I
REAL 8 foot bed p.m.
Lak. Butler or call top childrens II and IZ: :and ,
; ESTATE 496.2595. 2tpd 8 6 8. 13 $73 1967 Ford Pick-up 3OO odds and ends..Goo4\ for' 12-10 "
6 cyclinder, 4 speed. 4 Aug.
: --- -- wheel drive. hunting bock to school Itchg 'I6. a.m.. ':
: LOOKING FOR a special GREEN VELVET SWIVEL lights reduced to $1.730 GARAGE SALE: Saturday: ClassifiedA ; COJ .
: piece of property If I ROCKER: $95. Serta king Excellent mechanical Aug. 8. 9 a.m. until. 315 mm bio
: don size bed.used six months condition SW 2nd St.. miscellaneous : ,:;
hove it I III find it Just 4963819. lie rig 8 6. Starke Truck :Plaza > TO won
: ask JANE S. USHER $300 contemporary living. items look for sign.Itpd. ..< lOVMCitd ftotw
: REALTOR 496.2126 or room suite $400 color console 8 6. :; "' % -ow 'oeucwlj.
i 49i.2903. eves Your TV $200. coff. 2 end WANTED \ Mi.S Starke ,
Get Results 2 on 301 ,_ tit ; tk.C; HI! let
tables $60 never used .
Union antique .
County Realtor tfn
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white bedroom suite- MOBILE HOMES WANTED) ,
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: cost over $1000 S55O Will cash for used ..
FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE now pay your .;1- ., bnuo ,OOlttx
oak size bedroom mobile home Ray Powell MAINES INSURANCE AGENCY .
:. NEEDS:Call Venera Brown queen *. Oti ,2ie,. ..rttl
J96/ .3022 or Sandy Haien suite w bamboo trim-cost 4963377 TFN 4 16. ) 160 S. lake Ave. Lake 'Sold By Order, Of :
Butler 496-3978: Mike McNabb .
.,- 49/.39'14/ eves Tiffin, and of $2000-used on. CARPOOL WANTEOto gc Complete boil ,m.o 01 M tloSmall
Insurance Service TFN
r Owons month-S900 Phone from lake Butler Brookei "
Inc Realtors Rt. 2
Bo 788 lake Butler FL. 752.7961 Providence Itchg area to U of FI... or vicinity. Roof'Repairs Business Administration: ,

I: tffi chg 8 6. 86. Call 392.0597 or 496.3568.TFN FOR RENT r l "'1: .
chg 7 23. Sky Lights Installed' z
White Liners
Ads WORK WANTED: Top notch 12X40 MOBILE HOMEI2 tlr' .
Classified carpentry work small jobs bedroom 1 both completely QualityWorkmanship .
i a speciality Call Hank at lurnished Shade 76 Chevy Truck '74 White Truck '72 Whit
rIrtfj- 496.3938 or 496.2353. tchg trees. in town nice lot.

\ : tif" :>SU2tSOf 86. Phone 496.3305. Itpd 8 6.nud '74'White.Truck '73 White Truck 72 White "Tr"' \"

,' ., >. '/ at fair'prices .
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.1) 496.3819 74 White Truck 73 White Truck

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Sandy Haien Union Co. Branch == :=f ;
I 4".3"4. Office J
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74 Roll
Chevy Int Flat Bed
69 Dump
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Band Uniform -.. --- m i. us i.k.i s ii nI .

.I 3 Bedroom. 2 both pool 14V acres, '72 Dodge 212 Ton C-C' ( grain bed ) ,

Band Instrument ..tras. O.F. ., ,
j. many Enroll Now '
D600 78 Trail Duster: ,t.'", ..r'I
.I 3 Bedrooms 1 bath, 1 acre, on SR 13U Kor! pn>riMsii>n.il .den ...;.,.' .1.

Scouts Uniform I River Front & Access lot. Good terms. lal injSx I( 'art'C2'1tN i n'giiHllnM)'<\>( 11.1\pro-" '74' Chevy:Carryall .4'--\\; \ \: /. "_' '65 Int 'orM, r221. l.

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Athletic EquipmentYou 10.20 acre tract, good financing. :soul condition of jour :, ,t -1" t. ,... -,.. :, : .:,I,I J....I.w,', ,'"t.l.:.tI.'. ;-4\"-"",,.,, !'
".t'Ihl.) =<1'Il):*:- cleanings 4 1<'1.II-: ':!
4.7 acre oil 23.. septic well & 34*84 slab !. fluoride treat =. Wheel Drive= : a:::1' .

want to get rid of? N Hog farm drastically reduced. Lire mcnt.s.Free.t''amlllln With ,group more '74' Trail Duster '73, IntCarrfll4FOKKLlFTS \ f( .t i

l'U'rillt.i'"fOl' fillings$ ., '. : ;

and extractions .are ===s .tr
free. Kry: ,tlrnlal. |>n.- .J
High Cost of Living Got You Down? frrlurp in rotrrrd. Ford } n.Elec. Pallet Lift 'Yalet r!
r Someone may need just what This is not u clinic. .It ;, ,

LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow Is a non-profit corporation : :

I' you are trying to sell. iiviiilalric. lIt .Al.l.. : .
'. You dMMrtfc a U'niisl 72 Winabago -1 22 Ft. mobile home ...
*. **.: taking application for 1-2.3-4. BK '
: from a I list of participating I
-' I August occupancy .-These[ all electric dentist .Bus. 54 passenger Superior Coaehmant. ;* *> Oq
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I : 'J.. j units are spacious. with lots of closet throughout your. local : ; ,; "73 Tractor 350 Cummins 13 speed"'If "

Advertising Pays tk j M : space, and all 'have wall.to-wall area. ',', '. .. .-I ,
carpeting and kitchen :Monthly premiums ( )4O.Ft.SlatBedTrai1ers
i J" 1 1I appliance.On are $C...II:}for, I person: : ,. ,

site laundry facilities. Rental tin.!K for 1\\\\;$IU.j: for :.1: J :" c
assistance available for each j Consignment Accepted .1 2 i.f\fJ2.A'R8: \
'Union County Times ': qualified applicants. $2: 'for. additional .
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I poison., lYFanmil check. ; .
S 85 SW 2nd Avenue : 1' For applications and Information. nioiu'jordei1. Visa or For farormtHon;." Cal: % .. ."A'J'f'd: f:( ". !'1.1

Lake Butler4962261, pleasesee :V.wtorcard acvcpUilK.unily : I
: us at 1005 S.W. 6thSt., Lake Butler and r>Uf
: . .. Florida 32054 or Call 496-314U Equal coverage available. ..Call S 'I'

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'.. .verylhlno.. N.w ALUMINUM PLATES: 24 x mobile, homes j if morl(3bge( ?>I'' --- MIMOSA MANOR MOBILE 12 FT. V-BOTTOMolumlhum .- .

/ glassware. novelties. 36' 2.och.: Brodlord Is 3 4 paid, or,more. Ollllt' ,,">'7 TWO. CLEARED One Acre HOME PARK mobile homes boat. 7.9 Mere motor.1! 6 CUSTOM HOMES now
dishes at reasonable Cbunty Telegraph MOBILE HOME SA(! '. 'Lots: With, limerock, road. and spaces for rent. Phone gal. lonk, paddjes: under construction
,"ic... Corner US.301 64.6305. tin ;1 468-2912: TFchgHOUSEKEEPING"
ond 964 5606. Open 7 day' Zoned lor mobile homes. cushion; Shakespeare overlooking Starke Coun.
SR.16. ol Gulf Sial Ion. 9 am NEW CARPET NEW I USED weakly TFchg One or one.half acre front and sleep 3-speed trolling motor try Club. Adams and Hall lrWilItJiJ'rREALTY
to 5 pm. Also will rent Furniture & Appliances WE BUY AXLES B TIRES: w or bock lot.': Cosh. please. Underwood ing room, TV ond Air, S599.oo. Call 964-6357 atk Builders. Phone ..73.2056or

Space 'anyone lor sell- Plumb fsmmtureiond pIpes. axles + 4 tires SI3"' O'', NE 20th Ave.. just off NE North' ol Storke Motel 3 miles for Wayne, 964.8708. 1 llchg 475-2128 6 4 TFchg
in0. Phone BARGAIN on Hwy
964-5685' or CENTER. US 301 Del 10 Oillu MH. Hwy)1)0'W :
10th Ave. Phone 964 7286. 301. 10 86. KINGSLEY LAKE( : 50 ft. 'lake
:LAST 964.5180. 7 23 tin South 964.6679. 2 5 Slo'.... 964 5606. TFchg!; 7 9 Stpd 8 6.ACREAGE. MOBILE HOMES tnchg: Two and 12 FT. ALUMINUM Pram frontage x 860 ft Two ....
WEEKEND) I m t Small TFNchg
tools, both
appliance kmc-knacs. OKRA FOR YOUR FREEZER mechanics and three bedroom, clean. boat, oars cushions, Ion- houses, dock, private CECILIA PHONE 964.7776
Picked carpentersPhone Highway 16 and 225. New ding nets' 4x8 mrysl mortar drive. Call 533.2261. 7 16
baby clothes three
kidt. times' a week 964-8331 or 2.27 acres heavily wooded TERwiiikCAR 205 N. Temple
:women, m.ns and maternity By bushel or hall bushel. 468.1551. 9 .II I tnchg S 500. owner, formerly Whites box Phone DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE' Starke .
clothes, kitchen iI.ms. Watermelons SI 00 each WANTED: Mobile Home Axles ............. Park. Call 4681323. 3"2 964-7708.ItpdB 6 HOME:3 bedrooms on 6 l>-
truck air-conditioner. Call 964 6528 Keep trying Paying the best price tfn. BASS BOAT: 1975 14 ft. ocres with 20 pecan trees. .WE HAVE THE WINNING ATTITUDE PUT US
7911n. Strawberry Acres: '.? ac 3 BR. I BA, LIVING ROOM Kingfisher. with Call TO WORK FOR YOU
Many item reduced 50 lor good condition axles 77 25 hp. 964 8719. 7 30 2tchg WE NEED LISTINGS
pel. Morgan Rd. (C-233)) lIMEROCK; 20 yard semi 964 8331 9 'II tnchg Assume "% mtg.. dining room X kitchen Evlnrud motor; Cotor tilt- TRANSFERRINGMust sell 2
between load $15.000.I central ,heat and 01,. In trailer Bradford Villas offer new concept In lifestyle' with
US 301 and only. Phon. : foo..pop.lI.dtrolling
SR.16. TO BUYs used ...... .... month' old brick Colonial low maintenance
Phone adult housing
Friday 9.3: Saturday 9.3. TAYLOR 7823172) 7 30 tin' typewriters ond odd.ngmochn. Hampton 4681779. motor: gas ..ank.battey home. 3 BR, 2BA living comfort and offering charm,
14.06 ,' Secluded ((1st months advance quality together with
FLUORESCENT Acres rent In energy efficiency
ItchgB 6 STRIP 8 II.. 2 .", Must be In ; large live well 2 room. dining room family starting at $33,400. Model available.'
) 5 7
lAMGf !PORCH SALE: Thur. bulb type Used no bulbs working condition shady S2I.IOO. tlnchg cushioned swivel seats. * *
....*.**.** LAWTSV ,AREA: 38R home room eot-in-kitchen * * *
Frt.. Sol. Spanish coffee See, them work. 30 new 8 964 5764. tin 2 '12 with lots ol shade. $250 Runs great. $1400. Phone CH A. i5 acre wooded lot, We ore proud ,. offer one Bradford's Until residences,
ond .nd fables; 2 couches fixtures with plastic MOIILE HOME Axles with 10 Acres Approx.I with 964-7909 anytime. 862lchg efficient $10.000 situated en 33 ocr. landttopoi In magnolia, atoloat,
with corner fable, Sears covers, S25 each. Wood tires. Will pay $125 Phone large barn and well month per mo.ln first advance and last 8/13 down.energy 11't! interest $391 pine M dogwood plus spiff rail Fence witS attractive

portable dishwasher porch columns. lots ol 964.5007. 6 11 12tchg 523.000.aa security"deposit. JANET plus 16 FT. SPORTCRAFT boot: 65 per mo, balance 535.000. ....rn.. Only minutes from $'.r'. end Gal"....", .. Architecturally
bookcase, doors and other 8 27.LOOKING. a a eta a.
lamp., old building
Innovative .
hp Evlnrude with meticulous
,STARLING.' Realtor. motor Call 473 2024 alter 7pm.oil .. attention fe doroll
wood cook Hove: several materials Ricks 964 5)84 FOR OLD HOUSE 6 Acres Apprex.t With well Reasonable offer. Can this oYamoffc Florida' estate ha special Interest fee the
or 9604.8827. 6/25 day Friday.
antique pieces,' pots pans. Storke. Itpd 8 6 to move to Crosby Lake. and power pole, $10,200. If on Klngtley' lake. Phone Saturday connoisseur/ ,with a discerning eye for superb oak Flooring
curtains shoes clothes. USED S ft. FENCE: Also used Call 1.772.9714, Jacksonville .aaaa.a.aa n. and Sunday. Itpd B 06. m rich panelling stone fireplace huge .
THREE-ROOM 8/67 TFn room ever
lots more. Past hospital on ft heart' cypress post All : 8 6 21pd 8'13 10 Acres, more or .lest. Ig furnishedapartment 12 FT FIBERGLASS 10 PCT. INTEREST by ownerif 3.000 ..,. ft. CUM plus' oversfsed'garage and porch. Na
SR730A. turn right .2 milesto in good condition. J. M. Edwards COUPLES TO LEARN square pines. S23.000.Janet .parking. Adults! Off-street boot with fishing you have $9.000. everything that any successful' executive would' deal,..
motor and
Bethel Baptist Church. Jr. Starke. dancing. Have fun. make only. no new $282 mo. payment ThreeBR. Owner Financing possible For qualified buyer.
Mo". o right post picnic 964.5379.8 6 2tpd 8 13 new friends. Hours of M. Starling pets. Phone 9648498. Itchg trailer, $450. Also 9'/, hp CB home, central heat, PREFERRED PROPERTIES

tables' first house on left ZENITH COLOR TV: 25 entertainment. Fore more Realtor SMALL 8/6 FURNISHED Johnson motor. perfect AC. laundry attached Move. In newt Eastwood Drive. 3B.. SB.
ItchgB 6 needs repair. SI00 1 or best Information' 964.6300. 712-3931 CABIN condition. $300. Phone garage. 'fireplace aboveground carpet, large lot low down IF panelling..
GARAGE SALE, Fri and Sat offer, Alto hove brown 5332121 or 468.2551, 8 6 Or on public Brooklyn boat Lake near. 964-8181 or lee at Starke pool. many extras. 41 Dry. I.. Acs. Frame home payment Hwy IB you 27000.: qualifyHI

August 7.8. 8 o.m. til 5 recliner, SIS, Phone 2tchg8 13 Michael B. Cooney per month. landing.plus $100 Paint Center. Itchg 8/6 Phone 964-8483 or IOM Eastwood Drive Very n/ce/ 3 Bf. CB home approx.
p.m. Two beds desk and 782.3883. Itchg 8 6 Realtor Assac. 1.726.7651. Itchg 8'6 1400 so. H. 9 pet. Interest rate IF qualify.
deposit. Phone 964.6336 you
'.chair lamps chairs CYPRESS SAWDUST $6 for or HOMES FIVE t .60.35 .
pots --------- 964 M27 9645240. 8/6 ROOMS BATH: 'frame acre beautiful rolling land In Breaker area.
2tchg 8/13
pans dishes sheets level pickup You load PERSONAL -.- 4 BR, 2 Both Den carport, FOR SALEKEVSTONfSTARKE house on approximately 2 ..0 acre. 4 3 Bit frame home In Theressa area.
bedspreads baby clothes Phone 468 2624 8 6 3tchg workshop 'large acres. $21,000. .3 .". I'/i B. brick VA morto. .:/ .. city.
color TV. lawn mower, hot 8 20FEEDEII SERVICESCOOL NOTICESI. Available gardenarea. First Negotiable Phone 1400 so,. Ft. tastefully decorated CMA-meve In now.

., .water heater. 1975 Ford PIGS: Average $25 and last month. Sept. $100 AREA: 9647472. 8.6 2tpd 8 13 e 7.000 ..,. ft. OMA dES, 3 B. large lot. Commercial.
wan. two fans. 7 miles or $30 each. Also hove 2 SEAL FOR TRAILER DALLAS L. CRAWFORD, securitydeposit plus New home for sale Also e Brick :2000 sq. Ft.. fireplace' 45000. ."u"'.. morfg.
South of Starke on Rd. 100. sows I boor. Phone TOPS materials S labor will not be responsible for Phone 9645610. required.8/6 quality built homes. $22 .lake Brooklyn-Adorable. S4lBOO-Own.fin. $34,500.

*.Clov...."'. Poultry Farm 964.5232 or 964.6365. Itpd furnished. $75.OO. any debts incurred by MOBIL- HOME Itchg Two per sq ft. built on your 'lot HELP e Fish camp en good Fishing lake with living quarters.

1pdBIATUIDAY.o 86 431-1827 16 tfn. anyone other than myselfas bedrooms; ., first. and last or ours. Adams S Hall. WANTEDINFORMATION e S76OO For small Frame home en city let (needs TLC).
AUG. B: 9 o.m. REGISTERED APALOOSA BILL'S SAW SHOP: Complete of this date August 6. month rent. Phone 473-2056: or 4752128. 6/4 e Valuable, property en 901 adjacent Co..,. Telephone.
til S p.m. Country Club stallion' with papers; 4 sharpening .service, circular 1981. Dallas l. Crawlord.Itpd 9645072. Itchg 8/6 TFchg. on Alaskan e200' on 301 .... A. Finest commercial property.

Estates. Off SR230. follow years old. boy with white hand carbide. ...!! 8 6 and overseas employment. e$i 1.300 15 ocr. or 30 lots- Forest Height en Rd. I*W.
signs. Itchg B 6 blanket and white stock chain. mower blade hollow MOBILEHOMES HOMES Excellent Income. Phone C Two B A parcels appro 4 miles from Sfarke.tef .

THURS... FRI.. SAT. Aug. ings. $1.000 or best offer ground and balanced. Motorcycle Strowberry Acre 3BR 1-312-741-9780 extension C 42 Sampson lake fight pole. fank-S, .700f
6.7.B. Sat. til noon. Tools, Phone 964.6741. Itpd 8 6 Leave at Jackson Building 21*. '.21 acres. fenced 4258. 7/234tchg B13HOMEMAKERSEorn $25.000 Far 4.ti alto acres en 301 N. Highly desirable.
furniture, mOI.rial. tires, PURE-BRED REGISTERED. Supply In Starke, Keystone tacked pond. $58.000. extra e House beautiful- 2244 sq. Ft. CIMA close *e shopping.
1972 HONDA 350 CBRuns FOR SALE
'.' some elctric appliances:: ANGUS BULL 3.yr. old. Heights, or Lake Butler good. $450 Call 468.2144.7302tchg8'06 .4..........5 Christmas money now. Sell .31 ocres-timber-roads-Mompten-Own. fin. 13%.
,i- dishes. 413 Polk St., Phone 964.8356. James TFchg Lawtey 3 BR. .1 blk..from toys and gifts at home par. $15,500 Washington Spring store and 2 lots

Starke. 964-5751 Itpd 86 Gaskms. TFNchg 514. ALCOHOLICS ANONY. I97( YAMAHA 400 street :2BR. MOBILE HOME: furnished school. L,. shady 'lot. ties.. Approx. $6.S10 per e.7. near Country Club/ SS.IOO.
9-FAMH.V SAIE: Saturday RECONDITIONED TV'SCol. MOUS: bike. Excellent condition. garage storage shed $26.000. hour. No collecting: no e..5 acre really secluded-nice trees S'.OOO.
'_11'. Aug. 8. 9 a.m. tel? ors starting at $100.00. Phone 4 5148 or 964-7619. New tires., windshield luggage enclosed" porch I acre .5.as a a...... delivering S3OO toy kit .40 acres tawtey area $42.00O-Owner Finance.

Furniture, windows tires Trade-ins welcome. Phon. TFchg carrier May be seen (fencedl);: many extras. In Country: 2'/, ac. approx. Ir... Call JAN 13288789. New. modern CB stare 301 lawley$52.000. .,tin.BoautfM .
clothes, odds.ends.. Full 964.8212. 6 .11 tin.OUARTERHORSE SEWING MACHINES after' 7pm. KOA Kom. 18500. ,9604.6490.30 with 2BR home, grape 7/30 2tchg 806.EXPERIENCED .....", Rd. lot-IJ3'x50'.
blood' Dalmatian puppies. GELDING:4 REPAIRED: All .mokes pground. Lot 20. 8*6 if n. vineyard orchard. 31500. CUTTERS and es ocres appro. 9 mile west of SIo" ..$,. Rd. 100.
110 each. 6 wks old. No yrs. old. White lace sorrel. cleaned. oll.d'and ad. B'13 2tpd 1911 MOBILE HOMIStpayments Reduced. 26500. sewing machine operators .7 I-acre lots, Brawnlee Rd. (4.000/A. 20* down/11:

papers. 413 Polk St.. watch All tack included. $700. $justed. $15. Work 1973 VAMAHA 750: Extras. .5 sass a....as needed We are now taking .es.s ocr. near Pretbyf.Church A ho.pllal-mok. afFer.
Call 964.8723 or 964 8731. guaranteed. James starting otSI37.00 20 acres. Rd. 100 W 27990. Owner Financed.
for signs. Itpd 8 6 $700. Phone 964-6003. 'In Stork: 2 BR Home applications for sewing
NIW AND USED MERCHANDISE 7,302tchg8 06 Strickland corner MorganRd. per month. John SI 1.000. machine operator and a .43 Ac. lewfey area Formerly"Bare Skin loti..""0.000.
: Some furniture. AMAZON BIRDPorrot opprox. and Hwy 16. TFchg! Itchg 8.6HONDA Brown Mobile Home ............. cutter Apply In person to .4.7B Acres Rd. 230A 4 Wilson Rd. 11700.
CB 500 Full
IS old with CHAIN LINK FENCE Install : faring; Center 473-3775.4/9 e Country Club let 180' 383'-nice location-S P0.000.ausy .
Behind Tackle Box. Friday yrs. : 3BR. 2Ba., Spanish style Keystone Uniform Mlg,
CB radio,
rack .
luggage tlnchg.MO. Call Water St. lot 235' H' Owner Fin. S)".'00.e .
cage $ISO; Hurst boss ed. Free estimates. HandyMan
and Saturday. 11 o.m. Iii S bar, tires. Fine home on spacious lot InStarke. Inc. located on the airport
Itpd 8 6 boat, 15 It., 65 hp Merc.. Fence Co' 964.8S59. .i..y. 32000. rood in Keystone Heights. 7000 sq. ft. CB bldg. on Rd. ME Owner Fin.
FRIDAY p.m. AND ,SATURDAY* Gator drlv..on trailer TFpd. 12/81, ", shape.Itchg 8'6 Phone" "" 9648765. "II ............. Florida. 7/30 2tchg 8/06. e$.500 ", .. Income Four Furn. rentals-Call m Bay ".000.

tt: Aug. 7B. 9 a.m. til 4 p.m. MercTrott trolling. motor TYPEWRITER REPAIR: Call SUZUKI GS 550: 3.OOOyniles.7o In Country: On 1 acre lot,3 ,I _I.Realtor Associates. Broker-Salesman-After Ho..r.Way ..
.,j; ladles $1500 Call 964 8582. 7/30 the Office, Shop. 110 W. BR I BA .. 964.6593
Mens. and partially .K.N.'s
.. 31 H.., PILE 'HOME cornpIS1edAfr.MV1fbMb I NEEDED '
'- .. .5.LiQQ.: ,. .. Jlyjo..J.rWnI.a.r..77U. .. ...GerrlL.enaon.4963140Marlene '
fltj.h,0' 06 r'"f'v: =- :::;; Coll 5.. Si.kl!''JJI! f '
t lIIWIlt! .1: A aarr. -4'I = l 8/6 i with Fu't'P' ,t.tlm. Robert-. .
; ; 11604.5764. llit.JJ! :::: f! stocked' 1 Martha Ooro-7iJ-M
l.mtod3sendSj 2nd'ho l.. I pond. l9,5vO.
.w I r '" w 'Immediate Call Anne
: Openings N.I.a..7S.1.77ClllSSifitJ
"fo'o* Terwlllegar
on right off 301 N.'on-West MISCELLANEOUSFREE GLASS CUT ORDERSDoors : CAMPERSTRAVEl Janet M. Starling Judy Moore. R.N., Bradford j
Market Road dirt road.ItpdB windows etc.
Realtor County Hospital
SAils Thur. thru KITTENS: Mixed l Y. 964-6076. Orders also TRAILER: 1969 712-3931 Starke. Fl. 9646000f Ails Get Results
Sunday. Old dining room breeds, long or short hair. taken In 'Lake Butler Aloha 22 ft. tandem axle, Or

table (opprox. 80 yrs.. Phone 468-2624. Itchg 8/6 496-3079 and Keystone new tires. $1500. 1974 944127rfnchg

old' ). 6x4 wid.. hand FREE Cot and kittens. Moving Heights.' 4734973.- 2/26 Titan motorhome loaded I II
mode with B ladder back MUST FIND HOMES. tfn. $ 5OO. Depression Sale. I quo! Opportunity fmployeK r- Full Service Agency
choirs. Sofa. chair tables, Good hunters. Phone NEW AND USED WATER RICKS. 964.5184, Starke. I
odd'end Some old 9646741. Itpd 8/6 CONDITIONERS: Sales and 373-7539
Rd. 100 miles 5.r"".. Call for free water
p4c s. S.. 4 Solid Oak
analysis information '
from Starfce on right. Itpd 964.5673. 3/12 tin. "We Pickup Uutcher Chill. Cut. end Swings Rockers Duty Medicare Approved
.B 6
MANY. MANY ITEMS: I It including TYPING, SERVICE: Will do Wep"4 24.95 21.95 4' Home Care Visiting Nurses
ch.f typing at my home. Please __
: antique Majik OPEN YOUR OWN retail apparel
call Ada Reddish at Located At A&K Feeds Staffing Aides
p go stove 40 pIus year shop. Offer the latestin
964-7910 5121.
old. mint condition. Like jeans, denims and port- tlnctog I 964.5711 Rehabilitation Therapists
new 60.000 BTU gas heojRr swear ,1..850.00 includes .
I with blower heat whole inventory fixtures etc. SERVICE residential Bradford County, HARDEE'S MEAT MARKETFrom I Portable SERVICES TO: Alachua Bradford Levy,
house. was" 9. new. Will Complete Store! Open In pump-out i Buildings Putnam and Union
$50. We also re-lay drainlines. Counties
tell for $125 FIRM. large a,) .Iittl. p$ .2 week. .. Phone 964-8121 the Pen to the Pen I
wood burner .to".. 1922. anywhere in U.S.A. (Also 5/28 TFchg. We make Easier far You .S8ZVH1 OF STARHS tIJ.I UPJOHN

$200: value, sacrifice for infants and children SIGN PAINTING Commercial I I HEALTHCARE
$100. Round kltch.n table shop). Call TONY Collect : Hwy 381S 864-6020 \
and private. We will 21 8 E.WASHINGTON SATURDAYi; SERVICES
with chair. $40. Next to %9p4-751-4520. Itpd 86.COMMERCIAL ST. OPEN MONDAY. _
Stado design. Call 96 -8669 STARKE.FLORIDA 32091 884.87211' I 6X10 thru 12XSO
before :3 J p.m. 496-3291:
B/6 anytime. 7/2 tin I

fif..3O.L.N. rent hour or day. Agrldite
: Experienced
Sewing Machine
964 6465. 7/16 Btchg 9/3.
BRADFORD WARIHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX MINI Operators. Must be able to work 4"h/
WANT TO BUY used Jimmy Moore'sf
: for sale. 80 pet. typewriters and adding :days: 40 hour week.

. owner financing available 'machines. Must b. in
Apply in person, on your vacation, we
< at II pet. IV* acre with working condition &Tf mm Phone
t room for expansion. 100 964.5764. tin 2/12. Stia: & will be open for Interviews 7 a.m. to 4

pet. occupancy plus Florida iPO.9645791 p.m. Monday thru Friday. v>
waiting Ii. Phone owner
4732735. 8/6 tin Starke Uniform Manufacturing ti

SCHOOLSB.NII.TrUcI .1 17 Ft. Sea Breeze Runabout'. 5O hp motor < 441 E. Brownlee St., Starke, Fla.
--- .. M3RECOVERY 2 tanks, trailer onlyGood Boat for Fish & Ski-. .

New 14 Ft. Stumpknocker. New trailer j$1395 -- -_.. _---I- _.

*' 4': '" ROOM Used 9.8 hp motor. . . . . 1 ... . . MOBILE HOME Wai

The Recovery Room ol Griffcraft Trl-Hull Console Like 4 and bait INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS
Delved Lake City Local 01... Center new. storage Drilling

Iqvlp.vesi Archie Tonne. Funeral boxes, cushions.40 hp Merc. New warranty. Gator .

,I 0A4 Home.*T
*'Mdny:Used Small and Large Engines REASONABLE RATESOlin's Drilling Equipment

Carpet Cleaning II 9.AS oh: 9.9 ho.: 90 ho PT: 40 hp; 8 hp .. . .w. ..._. ..\:'. .Q-

I I!!Jt.tl.Y ,I I BORUM 2000 BASS, MAX Deluxe. All Instrument dash (both sides). Home Mobile Soles I I 1-PumpB

B 6 wells and storage boxes. Blue & silver Custom Borum FREE QUOTES _

Teal file Carpet .. 964-7423 trailer, fiberglass fenders, side stands. New Merc Thruster Elaine Phone M. Olin 964-5606 AgentVACUUM ; New & UsedSales.Parts.Service

Recording depthfinder. Fabulous new Merc "clog

:"4 -"TR9FESSIOMJ.L TREE SERVICE i. MOBILE HOME 223hpPLLIst$13450. . . . . NOW $11 I ,995 I --.E-Z.......Terms....--

A.lTypes-Jnsured I $500 .Rewa rd Plumbing!
: For Information leading .the and
to arrest
E I : REASONABLE PATES'WARNING conviction of' breaking and Moore's Sun New Installation
Call ThBMBt I. H.HlM4SC37U I persons entering Jimmy. w.finance our own. I

..... latter j I Sports July, '25-26. 1 1981. ; ROYALS KIRBYS I, .Remodeling. ""..... .._RepairsPUMP, It.

Hurrl. If Qne you ieoson-i ore one of uptus Ih.I.w .< Service Specialists' EUREKAS g.U. JI!]!;''

who don't ,/tove. f .' HOOVERS
Merc Outboard Mercruiser SternDrive Fiberglas Repair
Pears Wanted suronce H and when o ELECTROLUX

hurricane' approaches'V4u FILTER QUEENS &
won't oe oo'e to'purchase
Contact UB for Price and Type Fruit Wanted Mobile Home Insurance -. SEARS J SUPPLY
So take odranfogn of triectrcums'onces COMMERCIALWe COMPANY
I ond purihase repair'r all mai<...
: .BRASWELL FOOD CO. your Insurance now.. '
Olln', Mobil. N. YOUNG'S1lMe1M7 864 N.

Home Sale* T

I I"t964.5606 .Starke Fla.
: I ,.
., AC912 Phone.764-6191 I :.f'-'e M.'OJlrl. Agent >mile nei the! --

I II ., '5' xixxxxxxxz: : S.lt.irli.eeU$1. I!I 964-7061

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i Page 10B August..1981 _

Inmates on BC Road Crew


Charged wWi Theft, !

I IY It Iu

Supervisor TerminatedTwo >

inmates from Lawtey Correctional A neighbor, Conrad Wolfe, waa at
Institution who were working home and heard his dogs barking'and
; with the Bradford County Road heard a noise coming from the
Department were arrested Wednes Howard trailer. Johnson cameoutand ;:
day,July 29r for breaking Into a travel ran. Costello came out with Ad Effective thru August'9
trailer and a house on CR-21B at San prison clothes on.
ta Fe Lake. Costello told Wolfe he did not know When T G & Y has a Sidewalk ,
County road employee Jesse Bran anybody lived In the trailer. Wolfe
son, who was supervising the eight- oberved the pair get back in a road s Sale you know the bargains are
man inmate work crew, was ter department vehicle, the sheriffs office
minated Monday, Aug. 3, by County says. great. 100's & 100's of Super
Road Superintendent Leon Ellington Deputy Sheriff Samuel H. Eunice '
Branson was notified of his termina went to the Carradine house to determine ; Buys at SAVINGS of Up ToSAVE
tion by letter with the concurrence of if there was a burglary, and
the Bradford County Commission,ac reported a rear window open and rear .
cording to Clerk Gilbert S. Brown. door unlocked.
Inmate Edward Johnson, 29, was Costllo and Johnson were arrested ,i
charged with burglary of a travel Wednesday, July 29, by Deputy Den

trailer Howard,owned Jr. Inmate by John Robert Marcus R. them ton after to the prison Bradford authorities courthouse.The brought. 's And More rn JIlf.DEffi(!) ( (iJJlD(! ((3UJIJJUGJffi

Costello, 24, was charged with termination letter to Branson,
burglary of the travel trailer and petit employed by the road departmentsince ,,. z i<' ( )( ( (8f.llU W
theft of the Morrell carradine house April 20, cited the fact that .. 30'' SOUTH STARKE.FLORIDA
from which three six-packs of beer employees working six months or less \" : : :" '''' ; : ',
were pilfered. may be terminated at any time durIng
According to a statement by one their first six months of employ S'A"V.'E" "s'"I.V..E.
member of the 8-man inmate work ment. s""a"y' SAVE SAVE _' "MAMR'CAR'
crew, Branson and another inmate "It is the feeling of your supervisors _. ...
went to another worksite nearby and at the Bradford County Road Depart = I. -'
that is when the burglary of the ment that your employment has not
Howard trailer took place. Witnessessaw been satisfactory," stated the letterto Igloo
the inamtes enter the Carradine Branson from Road Foreman Ell
house. ington. 48 Quart
The inmate work crew working for
the road department were Branson was formerly employed by
county the Waldo Police r
He has
ditches and culverts in the
twice been an unsuccessful candidate FINAL SUMMER
Santa when the Fe Lake break-ins area took Tuesday place July,accor 28, for police chief in Starke. Ice Chest

ding to Deputy Sheriff Don Denton. It
is possible that some of the inmates Card of ThanksThe $29.99 '
could have been out site of the supervisor Reg. ,_
,such as around a curve,Deputy family of Horace J. Cox would CLEARANCE b(
Denton says.Nothing like to express our sincere appreciation Save $14.00 .
was taken from the for the many acts of kindness,
Howard travel trailer but there was love and sympathy shown during the
$200 damage to the door. recent loss of our loved one.Mildred :;
Dinkins Cox $1599
Itpd 86TI"'II SALE

Qtys Limited No Rainchacks

Briefs... :. -- --- -
$ = $
THEATHE 1lJ 6 Pack \00'"
Man Arrested All Grills S

After FightA Sfarko 954-S4B1 FoamCOOLER \t\ I Ii

Starke man was arrested for ag- Friday thru Thursday
gravated battery after he was involved rfj jrgfe
in a fight with another man at the TOltDfency Lil PlaymateBy
Michigan Ranch Bar 5 miles south of Reg. $1.69 / Offff
Starke on SR-100, at 6:10: p.m., Fri Reg. Price
day, July 31. Igloo
John Barton Lee,37, of Starke, was 9geMilduPrul
arrested at 2 p.m.,Sunday,Aug.2,by Reg. $8.99
Deputy Sheriff Samuel H. Eunice on o y .
the aggravated battery charge in o o SAVE $3.00: ,. i ,
which he struck Elmer E. Lewis, S3, o ,
of Starke, under the right eye with his All : Fans
fist,according to the Bradford County Removes Mildew Ceiling
Sheriff's Department.Lewis -
was treated in the emergency $599 stain fast
room at Bradford County Hospital :
for the eye injury and was referred Friday 71Sr 8:50 16 oz. Reg. $2,69 25 %
after treatment to an eye specialist at Off
North Florida Regional; Hospital. AT & SUN 5:30,1:10, 8:.! $ f 99 ; Reg. Price

MON THUR 7:30 .
Man, 40, Fair

after After undergoing Green ShootingEarl ,40,surgery was in fair after condition he was 301 DRIVE III .. '$ .0 I $ .$ i $ .$ 1 $. .$ 1 ,,' $ ,,'rl '$ .

shot in the face at lola Little's Cafe at
866 E. Brownlee Street in Starke at Friday thru Tuesday
11:35: p.m., Sunday, Aug. 2. *w 2 Speed 3 Speed 12"Oscillating
Green, of Starke, was taken to RICHARD PRYORUNIVEBAt .
Bradford County Hospital in Starke
with a gunshot wound under his .
right .
eye after being shot by Willie Lee tl .I.a );:"y $21.88 BOX Fan I
Pierce with a sawed off shotgun, ac U Reg. Fan
cording to Starke Police Department.
Green was taken by helicopter to LJ Js08e Rea. $27.99
Alachua General Hospital in
Gainesville where he underwent 4 PlCTUItm* $1788
surgery and was in fair condition, ac .$2200
cording to an AGH spokesperson. PLUSUSED .
Captain W. S. (Scotty) Rhoden
Patrolmen Richard A Bennett and All
Nathaniel Smith investigated the CARS

shooting.Pierce was arrested by Capt. Lawn & PatioFurniture
Rhoden and Patrolman Bennett
._ .. All Summer
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OPEN Featuring AGAIN All W ear a bl esWeed .

Bluvbvrry 1 > Cake Domain -

Eaters 50 % .

UW!a (DO J0UU3 Q ?GJI DD Reduced

& Accessories
138 E. Call St. 96-1-SK90 ,

Kingsford' 10 Lb. 'Bag

iMM.M HaMHi MBBBBBDMi Hi 12 Off ;

Charcoal 1 ..
Thomas Metals 1
': Reg., $2,27

Shop work now done
? STAATEII $161. i

Complete line of .

i All LawnMowers ; .
WeldingMig '

[ Gas, Stick and Braising ; -=.: T G 8 Y. 1 Qt, Can 89 (: '.

Complete Fabrication In Stock off Charcoal l Lihter# .

and Blue Print Capabilities .. ; :,.1 t

, t ;$.. d\\. .:c .. .

496-2013 ,. 1D qJ _$ dfJJJJ"$ $ ..

} We Now Carry Archery Suppliesf ;

f'r Lake Butler

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