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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 13, 1981
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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lightning are predicted today (Thursday Aug. 13). i ': 1
A high temperature of 95'F is predicted;; today and a low of 53:F. A half. Two. Sections '-v : ,J
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So, what else is new, you ask? Nothing much. y New. .. Page 1A,2A814A j trgrapi'The 1
Forcast Friday through Sunday, Aug. 14-16, is for more of the same- Editorial.. .. ... ... . Page:'4A.*...
partly cloudly and scattered showers. _j Society.....Pages '5,6,814Ad'1
Temperatures have ranged from highs of 92-93 and lows of *-76 in the Sports: .. Pages".'3AJf'
past week, Aug. 5-12. Real Estate ft Legals. Page JA
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WPXE radio station In Starke, .7 inches at New River tower on SK-100 Obituaries. Page.53 'f
west of Starke and .5 inches at the Santa Fe tower on US30lsouth at Briefs.r... Page'8B. Sweetest Strawberries This Side of Heaven103rd
Hampton Lake. Traces of rain were also measured Aug. 5,7,8 and 12 in Classifieds.Page *&7B
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; County Mining Ordinance Mast, Says chlte1TOFIV




Deep concern over proposed peat 'supporters from Starke and surroun- Ing ordinance Is "a must" in view of consistently opposed phosphate min- presented .in person by the donor term in 1982 against well-funded
mining of Santa Fe Swamp was ex-) ding area, stressed the importance of the proposed peat mining, and also ing In the Osceola National Forest. Mary Peterson of Starke.The Senator Republican opposition. He has
pressed by U.S. Senator Lawton State purchase of the swamp to pre- the prospect of future phosphate min- reluctantly declined the check with already been challenged by
Chiles in an Interview following an appreciation vent adverse development and pledged ing In the western part of the county The Lakeland native, who said he the explanation that it was too earlyto Republican Bill Markham property
luncheon attended by his support of preserving the spent 91 days on his 1970 trek through accept campaign contributions appraiser of Broward County, and
about 200 Democrats at the Starke natural state of the ecologically- "You cannot rely 'on State 'and Florida, generally credited with win under the law, but he rewarded the U.S. Rep. Skip Befalls Republican of
Golf It Country Club last Thursday.The Important 5,315-acre wetland in Federal laws for protection," the ning him a seat in the U.S. Senate donor with a grateful kiss on the West Palm Beach has also been mentioned
genial Chiles, obviously pleased southeast Bradford County. Senator said. "Every county needs Us beamed as he was extolled in song bya cheek.In as a possible contender.
by the large turnout of friends and Chiles also said that a I county min- own mining ordinance." Chiles'has country group to the tune of "Davey Introducing Senator Chiles, E.L. After the luncheon the Senator

n'I ______ __ Crockett": Matthews, chairman of the Bradford answered questions and. together
County Democratic Executive Committee with his two aides Charles Canady
"Waikin",Walkin'Lawtonklngolhe remarked that the honor and Dean Fenn took notes and con-

open road."Walkin' guest needed.. no lengthy introduction ferred with persons having (specific
Walkin' Lawton he'll because ....we all know who he Is by problems with. governmental agen-
help lighten our load." the holes in his shoes." cies.
Chiles left no doubt about the pur- In a later Interview with the press.
Another luncheon highlight was the pose of his visit when he told an enthusiastic Chiles predicted harder times
'.'attempted" gift of a $100 check to audience that he'd need all economically speaking in store for
Chiles for his 1982 campaign fund the help he can get in winning a third the US.lIe expressed doubt concern-
ing the "trickle down" theory of the

Reagan administration, whereby
those at the top of the economic ladder -
kl Sen. Chiles Receives are favored with tax cuts in the
4' expectation they will invest the wind
fall in Industrial expansion and
exploration which may eventually
benefit lower income groups through
Singing IntroductionSung increased employment. "It might I

sound good in theory, but no one really
knows whether it will work or not"

to the tune of "Davy Crockett," this is the song that mad Chiles remarked.
its "national debut" at the October 6 luncheon for Senator Cutbacks in the federal budget will
place additional burdens on state and
Lawton Chiles in Starke. county governments the Senator

The Senator requested a copy to take along with him, and the said which will have to provide services -

performance ,by Jerry Wadsworth and his country combo for the "truly needy" that /have

l lt Vii{ t. dr "Josephus and The Ghost Riders" was taped by a senatorial been discontinued or severely curtailed -
and his
Reagan budget-cutter
aide. Providing the vocalizing for the ditty written by E.L. Mat- David by Stockman.

r thews, were Don Hardy and Bill McRae:
tt4 "You'll have to decide what pro-
grams are really worthwhile and
WALKIN' LAWTON necessary at the local level." the
'. Born In a citrus grove In old Florl-d**, Senator said regarding such service,
Greatest stat in th. land of the free; as HUD grants, ambulance and
Started walk In' at his! mama's knee> rescue units the CUBB Homemaker
And never'stopped welkin till he reached D.C. program and many others that have

Lawton...Walkin' Lawton king of the open rood ,.' come to be essential in the lives (>If'
Lawton...Walkin' Lawton. he'll help carry our load ;";""i/- '" many Americans. =

4f 4fM. 4ft Lawton still remembers those'childhood IC...... ; r.. '., t '." He predicted that Florida will begetting
When he lived on corn pone an' turnip greens; .,.: 'it .. :;?/... more money for senior citizen
still lilies blue shirts And denim jeans-., '" '.i services in the future because of &)w'

44 ;}. liv.s. ..high" n-, ,n 4ttY B&4'NI. r. ::",;';.j. ._=. _"' ..,, \ .. \ .'. ,rapid-.increase,.in"the ..number ofI"
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._ 'llow every thing-Was +Qo3na.* _'8 ,. _\\.: ...w..1i ".,-.. ,:''.\\'WtH\'! \\t lwr PkwdirwrK; ArtwoiuMirT-lhc -
And Walkin' Lawton was o-foelng the 9'ee, two mates showing,this rapid growth
u uuf Out along came Paolo with her steak and wine, .,! ..,f.1iJ!"t". ,: in the upper age bracket. .
And Lawton in terrible' bind. j'.
put poor a Hitting hard at Florida's increasingly
rw (Repeat chorus) serious drug problem. Chiles
I But Paula' somehow 'Jut' couldn't stop talk In' said he has sponsored or cosponsoredfive
And good ole Lawton |Ius' kept on a-walkln'- : bills aimed at bringing I he drug
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I With a little' help/ now from his friends and supporters. traffic from Latin America to Florida 1
I He'll. come out ahead with the Florida voters under control. One of these would bring -
I I Lawton...Walkin' Lawton-.let's give him another term. U.S. military intelligence devicesto
Come on... ome on Lawton..make those Republicans squirm I the aid of the U.S. Customs: Service
and other federal agencies to help
them increase their quota of confiscated
drugs above the present ten
.! i.t) percent mark.A .
yt second bill would permit
to Hun Pressure Check
City.
agreements between the U.S. and
.. I other countries, notably Colombia.
S.A.. to spray marijuana crops with
On ills Natural Gas System'The the drug paraquat which reduces the-
I weed to dust in the field.

\ 9 'Starke (Natural Gas Depart- The pressure will be raised 10 Chiles also hit at what he termed

ment.te going,taratee its gas pressure pounds per square inch in the test lax bail bond laws. "Major drug offenders
\ Monday, Aug. 117,.as part of a five- Patterson says, which should pose noproblem. get a low bail, and then jumpit
t \\.U.J 'yearprcssure-and survey,according The pressure already has because the small amount of money
'to'Gas'D' pt.:supt. Bob Patterson. been that high a couple of times this means nothing to them in comparisonto "
Sen. Chiles year and no complaints resulted the their enormous profits. lie also

"We'expect no)problems of any superintendent added. advocated measures to prevent drug
In ,Action.
.. ,kind" Walkin' Lawton greeted people, "However grou-smell, a heavy concentration per day this week to get to the maximum which delay or thwart t he orderly -
.lie+ 1 shook hands, explained issues. Mary of,gas,odor please phone of 35 pounds then will be in- I process: of law,
Peterson gets a hug. Sen. Chiles '964-5361 .and 'serviceman will be creased to 45 pounds per square inch In a late afternoon tour of the city,
3 was beamed at his introduction: in song. sent Immediately to investigate." Monday, Aug. 17, Patterson Ba)". before leaving for another function at
Sheriff John Whitehead'lI Union County -
farm. Chiles indicated his interestin
historic restoration. He opted i for a I

Council Cuts Position tour of Starkc's historic !1902: courthouse
rather than the newer million-
dollar edifice on U.S. :iui.


,Brooker Without Fire Chief, Pierce Without Job

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:Everyone in Brooker came out a volunteer fire chief'to be done away you're going to lire someone then was the culmination of a series of ment would no longer answer calls in ire
loser in the battle between Volunteer with. God help you," said Pierce of the events which started when Pierce indicated the county after Oct. .. Hearing of the
Fire Chief George Pierce and the Council Chairman Gene Melvin, in council action. at a volunteer firemen's chiefs statements the Brooker council
Brooker City Council. presenting the situation to the coun- Deletion of the fire chief's position meeting July 27 the Brooker depart- gave him a letter of ultimatum.

cil, said the issue was who, in fact, telling Pierce to apologize to County
When the smoke cleared Tuesday
the fire the Th Commissioner Lawrence Mosley.
night, Aug. 11, the Brooker Volunteer runs department. Raising Also he Instructed to advise
issue of prior problems with the 1cw was the
Fire Department no longer had a department, the chief not workingwith --I Bradford County Telegraph that any
oi fire chief since it
position was
the fire coordinator, and being '' statements made by him were not
deleted the council. Instead the
by of, the only paid chief in the county authorized by the council and did not
fire
designated position coor- Melvin said the fire chief was appointed represent the policy of the Town of
held Coun
dinatorpresently by
.the council and would Brooker.In .
cilman C.J. Stalnaker-will head the by THURSDAY, AUGUST
answer to them."There'slJO r Pierce's letter to the Telegraph
department.Pierce he indicated he had contacted Mosely CHAMBER BOARD
long time volunteer fire many things we can do who had told him he had not felt To Tour
chief indicated to the council that he with the fire department If we had the threatened intimidated. Crosley Trailer Mlg.
had expressed the opinion of the funds. It all boils back to one thing nor told him Commissioner Noon U.S.301S.MONOAYAUGUST
volunteer firemen in saying they we don't have the funds to fund a fire Mosley no apologywas
Pierce said.
would no longer answer calls outside department like George would like. I h In necessary 17BRADFORDCOUNTY
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other action the council
of the city limits. This was a direct This department has caused more a, u :
answer to the county commission not problems with this council. I don't i SCHOOL BOARD
E,,, w ti I d Was advised by letter from the
funding the eight volunteer departments see where we need a fire chief at this Census Meeting7:00p.m..
at the same level as last yearor time," said Melvin.Disagreeing f fh Bureau that Brooker has a ... '
population estimated at
adopting a plan creating a fire tax with the other of April 1. Clerk Linda Robinson as CIP MEETING
district in unincorporated areas witha members of the council was Steve was
Community
Improvement
one-mill tax levy which would raise Nipper, who praised Pierce for 'the' authorized to return the letter accep 12 noon Steak House
some $120,000.Fire job he had done with the volunteers. ; ting the figure on which revenue
indicated he would have sharing funds are based.
coordinator is A new position Nipper not TUESDAY AUGUST It
created by the volunteer firemen put-up with the responsibilities. of the '
Was thanked by Brooker filamentary STARKE COUNTIL
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when in of receivingthe job.
organizing hopes
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The fire coordinator is "If.we through with this, we're School Principal Buddy Patersonby Meeting-7:00 p.m.
$120,000. go letter for . . .
supposed to be the liasion between the going to lose a good fireman' Councilman the S3OO allocation ap
said. propriated at the special: meeting in HAMPTON COUNCIL
volunteer department and the fire Nipper
'...,,. __. ; to Budget
council, governing body of the eight Voting for the deletion of' the fire -[ July buy playground equipment. Meeting
chief were Chairman Gene Melvin Bought with the money were two steel 7:1 p.m.WEDNESDAY. .
departments..'Mayor Blake Hamilton who at an and Councilmen Joe Tolleson-also a End of an Era... basketball backboards. two rim and
earlier had called for volunteer flremart- and JC Harrell. net sets and four letherball sets to be AUGUST If
special meeting Ill* position abolished the council
by city
Tuesday night former Brooker fire. Installed at the school playground. BRADFORD COUNTY .
the firing of Pierce recommended to with Nipper disagreeing. chief George Pierce turns In his radio and '
beeper t. Council Chairman (.... The facility Is open to children the Commission Mating.feM
the' council for the- position. of' "If every time Vpu have a problem 11t'I"'n.Iarshal! Tommy Kaulernon i is In background.: year around. p.m.

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Georgia-Pacific: Faces Lengthy Study

Making ,c;:;-: .lll1l r' hilt...


iY r On Proposal to Mine Santa Fe SwampRepresentatives


Beautiful
of Georgla-Pacific In the meanwhile the Lake distributed this week quoted a letter
Corporation, recent purchasers of the Dwellers, headed by Harold Hill of issued by a, National Wetlands
3,315-acre Santa Fe Swamp in Santa Fe Lake are continuing their Newsletter for Jan.-Feb. 1981 as say-
southeast Bradford County have militant fight against the proposed iruE?
Music been notified by the U.S. Corps of mining operation they say would ruin "The environmental ,problems of i
Engineers that regional Impact the ecology of the area. draining and harvesting of peat lands
studies required before permits are are considerable. The resultant
a issued for peat mining operations on Larry Turner of Gainesville sludge presents disposal hazards as i
the tract will be much more lengthyand another of the five lawyers who have toxic elements, such as mercury 'I
4 expensive than first envisioned.The volunteered their services to LDA uranium, lead copper, nickel etc., .''
.. described the proposed mining opera- tied up in the peat (because of its absorptive -
warning was Issued during a tion as "rape of the Santa Fe properties), enter streams
four-hour pro-application conference Swamp." He told Georgia-Pacific and ground water supplies. Some of i
Call them "The Pratt St. Players". conducted North Central Florida
A by these toxic elements will be concenI I
Before an audience. of kids Involved In the Slarke Rec.Department's Summer Regional Planning Council In the representatives at the hearing that trated when enter the food chain I
to they
the Lake Dwellers are prepared
Program.Rec.Director Cheryl Godwin and her summer team supervisors pat'on Gainesville Utilities Operation Center.
via and fish or in root crops
fight the issue in the courts from the plankton
a lip-synch concert of musical hits last Wednesday. August 5. at Pratt St., Thursday August '
complete with costume. lowest to the highest level. during reclamation attempts on peat I'
While Dolly Parton.Chuck Berry the Beach Boys and others walled through a Lee Pelej, Regulatory Division A letter to the LDA members lands." II I
loud speaker the"Players"lipped the words and used their dancing shoes muchto Jacksonville District, U.S. Corps of II I I
t the delight of the youngsters watching. Engineers, told GP representativesthat
At left Cheryl dances to a tune by (who else?) Dolly Parton. In the picture in addition to the usual DRI ,5 I
above Hope Jackson leads a Village People rendition that also Includes(from left (Development of Regional Impact) CHRIST
to right In rear) Buddy Revels Miss Godwin. Adrienne Berry and Chuck study the Corps will require an EIS
Johnson. Down below it's Gayle Lee 'singing' "Long Tall Texan" by the Beach (Environmental Impact Study) a
Boys with Revels Jackson, Berry and Godwin providing the background vocals. much more detailed and expensive LUTHERAN) CHURCH
procedure reporting on all phases of
environmental pollution and the total j
impact on the affected area, including pastor Glen Schmlege 473.2419
natural resources, transportation, t
hospital and medical facilities Service 10:30 am
f utilities and other factors. :Church

Such a study Pelej said will require
at least two years of intensive Keystone Lion's Club
study rather than the six-month
r I period originally anticipated by *Sunday school and Bible School Resumed 9 am
/V Environmental Engineering &
V M fGJ'I \t Science Inc.,the Gainesville firm re-
tained to completeits
by George-Pacific B "
w ws wur DRI.

w1, Gainesville attorney Richard
Hayman representing the Lake r t '
Dwellers Association of Santa Fe
Lake, objected to the DRI procedureas .
outlined by C.Richard Nef,ESE's
''project director saying it did not provide I
for sufficient Input by Santa Fe Lf4
Lake property owners in the process. -
Hayman also criticized a statement
I by Neff that ESE would rely on #
Bradford Gets Less Money previously published information on
peat mining in making up its DRI
report. Hayman said that ESE had

Public Hearing Set Here August 24 mining published admitted process information there and was its effects on insufficient the on peat the I I dflst.L.Lt _

environment. He insisted that new
sources of information must be I 0 --- : ---

On Cost of Living Index for SchoolsA already developed published rather materials.GeorgiaPacific than relying. on P 0 % .

representativesagreed
to this stipulation but said the :
public hearing is set August 24 al because of what is called the cost-of- Now the Legislature has gone even best place for such input would be
7:30 p.m. to discuss the cost-of-living living index further, and commissioned a study bya during hearings to be held later ot
index applied to Florida school fun- The State Department of Educa- California university about the before the Board of County Commis-
ding, according to Bradford School tion, or somebody who does.a study relative cost of education in Florida. sioners of Bradford County the area : T
Board member Patricia Spengler. for DOE, figures it costs less to live in Bradford School Supt. Tom Casey most affected by the proposed mining : ,?
Concerned about current state Bradford County that in some other will welcome the group at 7 p.m. Dr. project.
school law which allows some coun- counties. The cost-of-living index is Don Magruder director of,, the k ''* "J
ties (school districts) to draw more made up from the cost of certain Florida School Board Association, In,his preliminary (__ _
money per student than others Mrs items such as groceries rent, etc. on will introduce the program and par-+" .described the pre inningrprocess,
Spengler got up the meeting to pre which each county is surveyed and.. ticipants. .. .'' '.Baying it would entail clear-cutting all f ft t J Jue
sent Bradford's side of the argumentand rated. :: Dave, 'Lycan,, ,. j;chief legislative > ,,t timber from' the 'swamp as well as
to get local persons to hear how Bradford County therefore analyst of the House Appropriations bush-hogging all undergrowth. The I
the state justifies giving some coun- receives only 92.5 percent of the basic Committee, Tallahassee will review* second step would be to drain the area I. I
ties more than others. state FTE unit, or $1,184.72 per stu- major provisions of the Florida by digging parallel longitudinal ditches ,
Thef group will meet at 5:30 p.m dent. The state, in other words pays School Finance Program.A about three feet wide and from Coen 1.lYr0e b lobo
for dinner at the Western: Steel less to educate a student in Bradford panel discussion of the legislative three to four feet deep. This drainage I
Steakhouse then at 7 p.m. will moveto County than in some other counties outlook will be conducted with Sen. would reduce the high moisture con-
the Starke Woman's Club for a mostly the large south-Florida counties George Kirkpatrick. D-Gainesville; tent of the peat after which it would be 1
2'-hour conference.The or where family income is higher, Sen. Sherrill (Pete) Skinner. D-Lake harvested for burning as an energy
state's basic FTE (fulltime counties such as Dade, Hillsborough, City, and Rep. Frank Williams source in Georgia-Pacific lumber and
equivalency student) unit for school Palm Beach or Brevard. D-Crystal Lake.A plywood operations.
funding in 81-82 is valued at 123839. South Florida legislators have so discussion and general informa-
But some counties get more than that far had the political numbers to keep tion exchange with all participantswill
some (including Bradford) less this cost-of-living index law in effect. conclude the meeting. -
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Kids to Practice speaker at Faith Tabernacle in Parham is currently on the staff of Watch unnuO gIJ9M ninlns II?' iii.m ))0
Melrose on August 16. Christ For The Nations Institute in
,
Today at Library Mrs. Parham Is the daughterinlawof Dallas, Texas. your-riJsr: jem IW.
With BUS Cheerleaders"Give the late evangelist Charles F. The services will be held at 10:IS : AII, dna' 11 :>2it
Parham. Rev. Parham was originallya a.m. and 7:00: p.m. Everyone is in-
me an L-I-B-R-A-R-Y and Methodist minister from Kansas la'n
vited to attend and there will be
a
what have you got? who was in Los Angeles in 1906 for the nursery provided. T J guA ti
You've got a cheering-good time at great Azusa Street Revival. Mrs. Fortune + .1118 i r. i 1
the Bradford County Public Library! tW .aJi a4
Join the Bradford High School '(:J11)319!
Cheerleaders at the library today n LOII Ifi/7i M
THI SItADFORDCOUNTY
GET ;;
(Thursday, Aug.13)) and practice TELEGRArttublltliod d llnin ban
cheering with them. All children bet- wary Thursday A Sf!!! CHECf( I t,9n9qd! II swAl1'tai; :at
ween the ages of 7.12 are invited to .s110 W.Cell..... v .Bus9iM, wetnrid:

meet 10:30 am.with to the 11:15a.m.: cheerleaders from Start,florid*3301 FOS1 30-MONTH MONEY MARKET CEI\TlFlCAT 1: M:

For more information, visit the 04AIV1G.E. ''I ,./
Second Clair pe.t.. paid at
at 105 East Jackson Street in
library ,
Stark, 'IorldaSultHrlptloft
Starke. or phone 9646400.

lotau 15.800 %
Pauline Parham In trado."' S9.00 par year C "....M., WM.,,... .
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Guest SpeakerAt S9.00 il*month per annum

Faith TabernacleMrs. Out,ldo trad.."* months$10.00 par yoar $500 minimum. Now available for a limited time. .
des
Pauline Parham of Dallas S5.M I
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Raymond DevoreOn

Duty at Fort Hood

I Special Raymond W. Devore Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W.
Devore of Route I, Starke,Fl.,has ar-
rived for duty at Fort Hood, Texas. WOffl
Devore a mechanic,was previous- MLGOORENCH .
t:ly assigned at Fort Knox, Ky.
tl 1 He Is a 1974 graduate of Bradford
--.County High School Starke.


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i' by Phone Dolores.SS-ltlS Meng cE/PARTSY

n GENERAL MOTORS PARTS DIVISION J

"r Lola Ha Williamson mpton Women's president Club, presided KEEP. THAT. GREAT GM FEELING WITH GENUINE GM PARTS. ,"

at the meeting of the Hampton
Women's Club meeting held in the CI-
ty Hall Thursday evening. Among All special Prices AUgust Onlv

projects'discussed were sponsorship --- '
of bake sales rummage sale, r coodwrench -1\-
Christmas float in parade and Maxine Hall 1 :' \\'r.\'
: Christmas party for local children. a :its)
Service ,
: Their next meeting is scheduled for Manager ;'. \
: Thursday.Aug. 20, at 8:00 p.m. In theM GEl J '" 'j, )
Hall. ;.
City
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Welcome Back ,
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'Mr.and Mrs.Fred Sackett recently ," .
returned to their home on US-301,ap COOL """ .'.... .1" '" ,
proximately % mile north of SR 18.
Mr. Sackett plans to work in Real
Estate.' Mr. and Mrs. Sackett have
}
Sheen residing in Deland the past MR.GOODWRENCH
.. seven years and,are happy to see
SL.their friends in this area. I I2.o
J Weekly Devotion
=s ,Rev.; Ray Williams conducts a PifiCEON
rvi weekly devotions at his home every
ggt Thursday : night at 7:30 for all FIIONTENDI
denomlnatiohs. Bible study and i
:: prayers are part of the services. LIDBEJOB3.EIHZR
: On Sunday August 9.Rev.Williams I
Ii was the celebrant at the baptisms in E AfCONDDTUNEUP
=: the Baptist faith for Danny Wolfe. 1 AUGNMENT I
Brenda Dorminey and Phyllis. Cart $15954.GRFJD'PRlCE' /
michael at Kingsley Lake.
Attend FuneralMr.
.and Mrs.Gerald Adkins attend- R.GOO NCH PARTS ARE EXTRA
5? ed the funeral of their cousin. IF REQUIRED.
i Wilhelmina Steel last Friday in CONSULT YOUR OWNER'S MANUAL FOR PLUS PARTSIF
Palatka. RECOMMENDED MAINTENANCE INTERVALS.Mr. REQUIRED. $159
-.:. Visitor $95 c
D.J.Riddick spent one week recent1y Goodwrench will drain your car's
[ with his sister and brother-in-law'
crankcase,put In five quarts of the ,
I'! John and Cassie Cooper in Bethesda y
nght oil for seasonal)weather.change i
; Maryland. In touring Washington.
and
: D.C., the Aircraft Museum at the your oil filter lubricate Right nbw, Mr Goodwrench '
:; car's chassis He'U also check gives a complete /
I Smithsonian was the greatest attraction your
Mr Goodwrench will '
i' tune-up front-end alignment I I
for D.J. your car's differential and transmission f 4
t ; Mr.and Mrs.David Meng Tina and fluid And all for a*great price. your GM car's air conditioner for ; job for a great price He

Carrie spent Sunday with her mother Goodwrench has.the right a special cool price. He'll rechargethe adjusts caster camber and i
; S't', and brother, Adele Starling and Doug oil. the nght f filters anc|the refrigerant. Hell check the 'whs.: V II !
toe-in to factory specifications
i
rK Ashley. They now live in Columbia l i
\ iX: Alabama, ,and Adele manages a right GM lubricants And for // entire system for leaks. He'll He checks bushings an.leering) linkage Plus

EoKg restaurant in Blakely, Georgia. They he your has the car correct I y check all hoses and adjust all belts. .l% he gives your car's front and rear suspensions a
in tarke for the
were visiting
.r 1, weekend. tools and the right I; t iii And he'll check the system for 1 complete going over So come to Mr Goodwrench

", .Mrs. JoAnn Gehron of Ft. Lauder- training to do the|tobl| i proper output t So come for a front-end alignment and Keep that
dale, spent several days last week right So see Mr.Good- to Mr. GOO
iJl8.bt al'jd' : ,s.'t Wfllaie er.@ CdligqThey her-In-Jaw. 'o.;--.j'"tha. 1.t... a re.afpl, .-.pCdbla; ,pnl)
8O nPatpptewr'itJfl/leif, / *w wilhgcm= i Ir .,ugr et6.M; feels 4with genIII' I ? .1 omruuu Morowsalupsq.vua 4.t:',, .j .
Mrs. Joe"'OUvcqf; llJIt/li8e l'Ueights. it ,, : 613s;"!tr al.fi. '
THAT
rr w. {[ilA l # pa"V'lrl KIEV GREAT GM nitlNQ WITH f MWINI QM PARTS.
;
( a
Theron i Collins of Jacksonville was
'
rt; a recent visitor at the home of his
brother and sister-in-law, Wallace '
:and Joyce Collins. MrGoodwienchna
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Williams
Scott and Denise, of Lake City spent
the weekend with his parents, Rev.
Mrs. Ray Williams. Also visiting is
Und Sundayvwere' ", 'Mr..and Mrs.,Ted having a9tU

of Salt Springs. ..m1oni Is'tenygISSgi9ll : .
;, Birthdays 1SEiiCEJ sq Its IN
Ce!aJrraupg August birthdays are: .8nUM
A lst-L HyHlnz: ; 2nd-Claire
I
Br tti; 6th- ommy Meng now in'
Sa mento; 7th-Cassie Carter; 8th- .
To Cunningham; 9thJennie Rhea t E
G Joyner, Mike Mowr
fes Meng; IY aler i g 10 lists 9.1J no '(I IIII ''''1111
11 Tom CunNn d ," !t'uJUenl' enniJI -nf
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Wi ms; < r d
Sc I Branham. d1 I 01! js bl.,1i :idni N 89:
Hampton Cake ti I 9f1o,ft'iv3t. .q Oils -
its Incredible! f.'dIi'N\ 91lij! I I1R. bn
lAugi nrl b bl'
oars I tPa ODWBENCH lIAS
|ka. W ed he L -
rgencal a mM
HI Ile glen at an Service & Parts ,rn', ,
ad iing bed and recognized a
fa liar figure. It happened to be hiserinlaw Monday thru Friday )1'bjHJ %,

br Mike Men who had Cleaning out selected pre-1976 GM parts ,: x?..
,J InjwnMH m aeM'ftK"'ccident." 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ; and accessories at special prices. '
,
Mi W is on jEwJcnes wltn 1i! ken bones :;: .t "
in two toes and his left foot. ,. ....Q iL. .o... You never know what you'll find at the Mr
A Kenny-A Brave Saturday /
Goodwrench Garage Sale Because
r. and Mrs. Tommy Clark and
Mrs* Wilma Clark spent four days 8 a.m.. to 12:30: p.m. there's a little bit of everything. But & +p,.

recently with their son, Kenny,who is you can be sure of one thing. The
working out as shortstop with the
Atlanta Braves.'Their headquartersare sales Department '1/i parts and accessories will include ,r'=-
in Bradenton and the Clarks had a P
grand reunion when Kenny was able Monday thru Friday rrr,% genuine GM parts-engineered }

to join them for a celebration. His r +r I 1:, specifically for your GM car by .
regulations are demanding but he en- 8 am. to 6:30 p.m., : '"", the people who helped design
joys the practice games with the
.
Braves, Yanks and Pirates. -' -. "<" your car. So come in get
Saturday .
t ..."; .4 1
Spectacular Sight ; GM for
genuine parts!= genuine

when. It was Danny a beautiful Riddick did sight some Sunday boat 8 .a.m. to 3 p.m. '., Tammy Baker I' great prices. and"Keep that' Parts Cary Melvin

parachuting on Hampton Lake. Also I Shop Foreman great GM f feeling I with genuineGM Manager
enjoying the sport with him were Most AnVtlme By Appointment parts"
of Brooker and
Cheryl Thompson .
John Stanton of Jacksonville. .. .
Danny Is to be congratulated for
coming in second place in his divisionof ., Close Out Time ;
the Ski Slalom events held recentlyat :
Lake Wauberg for the University of1ortda.
RSI On All New 1981 Chevolet cars & Trucks wt
Happy AnniversaryRandy
and Sallys Scoggins t ,4.p, : And 1981 Oldsmoblles
celebrated their sixth Wedding Anniversary -

"celebrated by on spending August the S.weekend They # -: GMAC Financing at 13.8 % .r

with David and Beverly Wanner and August Only
Jeffery of Orlando. Their''children
April and Erik accompanied them on I
K,
'
the trip. '

Stacey Jones_ Visitors and Honor-Martin of B A L DW I N .
Raiford spent last week with Mr.and' .
'Mtt.. Harold Crawford and Kenny. u' .
They 111 enjoyed Thursday at Wild -Lawson .: Eaton Jordan
Watertt- nd were accompanied by \
Bever&Durrance and children I ,
Brena.,Bridget and Harold. .
MrsXJKenny McClure Kasey and
fly 4 Mrs. Bill Meng. Dana and '
r I i MI'' arrived Sunday from Tampa US 301 NORTH .
I te to spend several days r STARKE, FLORIDA 32091
rv; atives and friends In the .
-arel. PIL 964-7500
;. ,.O'Neal of Gainesvilleand !
his ilRBtar..M.... ahO'Nealof Later
; "Soctamr or Your Favorite
1 West Eacn vt%l,the Francis, ,

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1 .. Four Local Men "
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I Mission In Haiti \COMMUNiTY

Four men from First United
t Run-down Methodist Church returned last

: Saturday, August 8 from an 8-day LI'ROVEMENTROGRAM
work mission to Haiti. t:

J Houses Rev Warren Langer, Dr. Richard

t Odom, Charles C. Johns and Hank

And lots Kyle spent the majority of time on the c / Pete ,Says :
\.J w r island of La Gonave which Is in the .

yy center of the bay created by the coun-
!.. try of Haiti. Haiti is the poorest nationin
Z' ; Run down the western hemisphere and the Are you Interested! In making Marke a more beautiful and pleasanttown

'::; I IS island's average income is half of the In which: to live and rear your children?
mainland of Haiti. The men workedon
>a Our town a new school building and also If so_your help and suggestions are needed. Maybe you never heardof
small
). Its members are
I some house repair during their stay. CIP Community Improvement Program
what can: to make our town
but growing group devoted to doing they
II 1I i' 9",; iGEtDjTOR1ALS Besides working, the men also more liveable for its residents and more inviting for newcomers.'

;: '1 traveled both on the island and Steak" House,How
CIP committee will meet" at noon Monday at the
1 mainland to see the various work the The
I United Methodist Churches and other about Joining the club

denominations were doing. On La n.__ '__.._ h. _
: Gonave the government has one

: : school for an island with a populationof
over 50,000 people and an island
w with very few roads and very few

I x** Bradford 4-H motorized vehicles. The United
5 Methodist Church has 27 churches 18
\ schools serving over 3,000 students

?Members Win and 12 health clinics providing
medical care, teaching health and
; :I prenatal care and also teaching
Awards family planning on La Gonave. The

0: average family presently on ,the

Suffer Eleven Bradford 4-H'ers attendedthe island has 15 children. 1 ,

: Neighborhoods annual Florida 4-H Congress In The men did discover that you could t.
: Gainesville with three placing in the live a week without electricity or the
'
state demonstration contests accor- finer benefits of life such as cold

t When Property Neglected ding to Mrs. Carolyn Redding county drinks or ice The group was one of
4-H agent. four working parties of United

B'-. Methodists from all over the United
., shown the bill of the Tony Anderson won second place last week. The work
as by per States present
,/.; Some old houses are attractive with his industrial arts demonstration. of
doing a variety jobs
such work endorsedby parties were
some are not. The difference son doing Anderson showed how to con-
including medical services training
the City Council shall, struct a hat rack.
as with anything else centers and building houses (one

is TLC (tender loving care). upon.conviction of the person Randy Balk'omtOll\ second place room bldg.) There is an attempt to bring -
violating this section, be add with his food and nutrition the training to Haiti since

An old house long ed as a part of the costs or demonstration of how to make and previous attempts to bring Haitians

neglected can become an such cause, and when collected process sausage. for training failed since the Haitians I iltit'a +
instead of returning
here -
harbor for snakes the chief of police would remain
eyesore, a by
Becky Anderson won third place in home.
: and rats and an actual shall be paid to the city clerk. public speaking with a speech on and events the
From the stories
danger to children or even keeping and for horse.
I "The City has the full power caring a men saw, it is important to contributeto ,
I adults adventuresome the work in Haiti through local
and to do whatever
authority Other 4-H'ers the
1 its attending coivgress -
enough to enter upon churches. Unfortunately there are
may be deemed necessary or and performing demonstrationswere those to take advantage of the
| premises. trying Easter Lilies in
Sheila Anderson, meats judging August
proper for the safety, health, suffering by establishing phony orphanages
This example owned by an convenience and general 4-H team; Tammy Brand Baldree! Herndon, who is meats state and other service organiza
chaplain; Both Haiti and the U.S. W. Call Street hate been "double lake" tt't'l"ntu'l'kl.! '
doing
tions.
3 out-of-towner is the "old Ollie welfare of its inhabitants and team Kenny Howard meats govern- Passersby! on
judging ; ments are working hard to eliminate then going on home to report they'd seen Easter Lilies blooming In the middle of \
:2 Marr house" which in its pre- to exercise all other powers of team; Donn Marsh, delegateat
them, but Americans can do the most August {believe it or not.
; sent condition, is a detriment local self-government" large; Robbie May, council by working through established 1 I

to other nearby homes most representative; Alesla Sheffield, Well lilies in the of !Mrs.
9 the has the meats judging team; Doll Waters, organizations that they are already are blooming yards Kunire Scaring and 'lrs.Freemai .
:: of which are attractive and Apparently City council representative chaperone. acquainted wIth. .Johnl.bllttheyart.n.t.lIhtt.rlili.I.! In spite of the amazing similarity.
is well-kept. authority to abate such condi- The took slides and will Mrs. Searing says she doesn't know what they are, but !she's heard hem called

tions as are depicted in the accompanying Attending with the group were Mrs. be men to share many their experienceswith "Formosa Lilies." Only a close observer could tell (hedifference-nialuly the
S; Add the following to the list photograph. If Charlene Howard organizationalleader happy in the community fact that .'orlllo.as have a narrower leaf and u longer stein. This !stalk being

5 of Starke ordinances that are not, it should revise its or- ; Ms. Alicia Homrich home ".,.,.. groups Warren. Lunger held by Mrs. Searing reaches a height of eight feet. .
economics agent, and Mrs. Cattflyn ) rMiflIW' JCVn.Mrs.
E apparently little known or dinances until the necessary Redding,, ,' Se!JrtilSjyi'fhe original stand of.I.1 esc |iUc rqPni"as anM Hem
gj, .noticed: .-. <. -. ..legal powers'obtained. ', VlJLagejfy! :: vilK. +gae11 .Bradford County ingway home that used In yt tlllJ.1 I'xt'1 toor"io'|} t|v.H>reent toM.qiuf,, >, :Nri' Hws'

'r1.: vanoUs "ch..H s" t.I.\,. { :gtyqfyea :: News beauty salfJl1J.\ki..' ttfnilitg n! .anifn bl ilt tcI1''xIi' :'ifjfw' \ .lilv,s tW|''''OIMl4IfnIII'III-
;PubIiclLibrary
g -: "It shall be unlawful for the Starke has made some Important are a tetent'Sho'OrtSs' ; clirfereui-e, Ingway yard to her lawn wherelhey are. still tin h lug after niiiny years with lit-

f Downer. or person occupying or strides toward cleaning Florida Party Fashion Revue, Passengers interested in board the tle or no attention.

having control of any vacantlot up and beautifying in the various assemblies, maxi-session train bound for the land of model I
discussions and movies. railroading are asked to meet at the
or any premises, to keep or past two years but the job can '
I front gate of the public library on "
allow to remain thereon, any never be completed until Highlight of the week's activities Monday, August 17 at 6:30: p.m. Our
excessive growth of weeds or delapidated structures in was a recognition banquet Thursday I Journey will be led by model County Agents By .

noxious plants or any unwholesome such surroundings as shown night, July 30, in the Stephen 0'Con- railroading engineer. Cliff McLeod of Bobby '
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or offensive above are allowed to exist. nell CenterAll Starke. He will not only discuss this Notebook : sTavlor .: .
interesting hobby, but he will also brIng '
vegetable matter whatever The Civic Improvement of the 4-H'ers had A wonderful in a large selection of his model i ;

calculated to annoy any marked time and gained*'*: Kofr"Wiifres4ing trains, track and landscaping pieces .,...... Iio...
has
brought -
citizen or to endanger public Program experiences, 34Y>844 j vIQid2nwoifi for display. All ages are urged to at- ,' !

health. improvement in many areas, zaiM tend this program. 5 If there are areas in landscape u
8r1jj) your ta4 itsceJ't \
> Wltth\.I& t of
but there is little incentive for
Census UntplUilOi ,19si9 The Bradford County Public where you find it particularly difficultto ll I 1ftf
"The existence of thing homeowners to clean Library will also be hosting a I round covers: : 8ai funs99
any some Take i'19 fill program grow lawngrass you could fill the t;. 1, 'JI, .' III lioa
or condition, herein pro- and beautify their own Emp' entitled "Are We Being Watched spaces with ground covers. .Fox( any If ( lit1n.ri'1)jf! { ; 1IcteJjJt
? It will take at the you f
hibited, upon. any premises premises when such eyesoresare Survey Here .III"L ,JI'I Thurs., Aug. 20\place, and will consist libraryon of hard-to-reach places in your and- ', ltJi\f\ !i h0pi; )'dk! : r "ss
shall be deemed and held to bea allowed to exist next door. Mrs. Norma1''FdrW'fof'! 'al'V l pr4sen-! reported facts and fiction aboutUFO's. ,scape, where lawngrass isn'Oraally ''>!is verY IfJ\i1talt to1' StaSfJ AjlJ the
if it would ,
,
practical even a
grow well
public nuisance which may tative of the Bureau WUWCehsusvvillconduct : It will begin at 10 a.m. and salt.tolt'rlJnt round as
be abated or removed as provided Armed with the proper or- a survey of;!\!hiployni'eiit' in will last until 11 a.m. Children and maintenance ground cover chores can And reduce, Monly your 'Jl.t!'qblia( II" 91 I Ij;Hre-

for in Section 6 (M) of dinances and the will to en- this area during Ih"wbr1t" ,weel(; of young adults are invited to attend this ,are ground covers often more. "e. '' "\"jfeTc' \tY.lfealJ\(fi -. ;fn\ ,
the charter of the city. force them, the City could go a August 17-21'Fet'tlSt th.'But ii'f\ Cthv et'Jr.' presentation at the library, located on nient than lawngrass, they cad'W1fl to aaalis< :j$ '191: 10'-(1619'1)92:
Director of filial Of-
105 E. Jackson St. in Starke. For
more
long toward making the beauty of landscape 1atJ610. 81
way flee in AtlantJTannodhcfed'today;" ; your SeveraVu( dO VXefl ro Yuce
"In addition to the punish Starke more attractive to new The survey Is conducted for' eU.S.Dept. information, phone 964-6400. 1 viding interesting. contrasts in is isI1'reand flowers and acid -

ment imposed upon the person homeseekers who are'coming of Labor' in *aF4rferitifically; Do You NeedA color. m er. andWrn} c k5veoitgwan! -

for this section of"'approximately WItuy
violating the here now in ever-increasing designed sample Ground covers are among (the most scape -
cost of abating such nuisance numbers. 71,000 households"throughout (the Lifesaver? I tage in thalmc>>t1; of..Jhern-arAtilerin-
useful additions! you can made to your tHCHlw. ;
I'm
United States JEritplo' 'ment'gpdunemployment ; nla
Use Seat BeltsSeat landscape nL 9d 111 9')1.1 '(6ns1I oj
statistics based
results of this sllrve "are used to pro on belts can save lives, but only if Some?Jf !tile t1y t rjJie.w 1'Apnd'
SENATOR CHILES They come.ln a variety of shapes,
WARNS vide a continuing"measure of",the motorists will use them said the i 1 sizes and colors and they're well. covers>'oll1V ht wJIihIlJ! !I"si) ,. fJ11re

I economic health of the Natlon._ Florida Highway Patrol recently suited to the! of Caltrops, yellow 1ati'p.Mfle( ,
For example',in'June rne'surVey) Colonel Eldrige Beach, Patrol landscape"problem'areas, You almost Periwinkles, Da>'lilies, 'ajy1 3G.on.
Mining Ordinance Needed dicated that of'tint 1>2'jn'illfon' m n director said, "It has been estimated your can federate Jasmine 1"tj
always find some ground that
: and women In the lvtlaVi'labpr'' force, that 10,000 lives could be saved each cover
will well In about
98.4 million were employed1;;'h e Na year in the United States if occupantswould and tolerate grow just cultural any soil. Many ground covers are excellent
tion's rate wit 7,3 only use their seat belts. nearly any conditions for the shadedareas of land-
The importance of a mining Warnings of what might be unemployment per your
ordinance in the future of from cent, down from 7.8 percent In May: Seat belts keep passengers inside scape. Kerns, Lily-tuif Pepperomia,
such
expected an opera- Information supplied toy individuals vehicles and keeps them from bang- and Wandering Jew are just a few of
Bradford County was stressedby tion from varied tW There are s><5 many pUnt! Dldtelidlll!:
.
is
come participating in wvey kept ing Into each other during a crash. these.'I
choose from when talk
U.S. Senator Lawton Chiles sources: strictly confidential by law and the Children become flying missiles dur- we about
during his visit to Starke last results are used""only to compile ing crashes especially if they are in ground covers Some ground that it's hard to get he only liUuuIt time for ground

Thursday. statistical totals. the back seat and the front seat has an specific. covers bloom covers is their first year of growth.
From the New York Times Iii and can be used as flowering annuals.
:
""" opening in the center. However, they During this time you need to keep tin-
Chiles speaks from "The U.S. is experiencingsevere Crime Council' usually are safer in the back seat thrive Many grow full well in But shade, rather others area well-watered and free of seeds.
New in sun one
water shortages in urban rather than in the front seat if I Once the plants are established, onlyoccasional
firsthand knowledge. He is general thing (that all ground covers
Includes State unbelted. I
from Central Florida where areas, and ground water, Attorney { have in common is their habit of maintenance I in needed.
Small children and babies being
early phosphate mining in places where wetlands have, Gene WhitworthEighth held in an adult's lap are often crush- 'growth They don't produce upright 'Some of the- Exotic ground\ covers
: i their
operations turned vast areas been drained" is con Circuit State Attorney Gene ed between the adult's body and the. suggests plant theyr; stay as close to name the can be damaged. or killed b)' low'temperatures

into unreclaimed wasteland taminated. Whitworth was appointed this week dashboard. ground 4: so they aren't suitable
by Gov. Bob Graham to a new councilon Most crashes occur within 25 miles for the northern part of,the state You
before adequate ordinanceswere the crime that createdby pf the driver's home and at should check
From National Wet- organized was speeds Among the vi>vinus places where <<: with your Garden
adopted to control the lands Newsletter Jan.-Feb. the Legislature earlier this year. under 40 miles per hour. .ground covers, n be used successfully Center Operator or come by the olfice
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spoilers. The new crime council composed of In' Florida in 1980 of the 63,209 the for information about the ground
are of bet
"Environmental narrow strips ground
1981: problems five state attorneys,one state senator crashes in which seat belts were in sidewalks covers most adaptable to our area
ween and
of draining and and state will ad- one in 872 crashes driveways
"Every county needs its one representative use only person walls. Such areas! are diffuclt to main-
own mining ordinance," harvesting 'of peatlands are vise the governor on organized crime died. Of 563,052 crashes with seat tain! in lawngrass or other plant>>, and When selecting ground cCI\-en\)'
considerable. The resultant and coordinate the Investigation and belts not in !use one died in every 327 'ground covers In addition to being to use native Florida plants.! These
warned and should not
Chiles prosecution of organized criminal activity crashes. will usually give you the best results!
sludge presents disposal 'easy to care fore are nice to look at.
rely on state or federal regulations in the state. Using seat belts Is the most simple, Steep slopes and of dense for the least amount of effort. But for
| areas
hazards as toxic elements, Other to most effective and surest of increasing
to provide the protectionthat state attorneys appointed way sharde where grasses won't areas where even these plants'don't
perform
it should provide for such as mercury, uranium the council are: Ed Austin Jackson- a motorist's life span and Is adequately can become assets in seem to do well, you might think
itself. lead copper nickel) etc., tiedup ville; Michael Satz, Fort Lauderdale; immediately available your about using a non-living ground cover

in the peat.enter streams Bob Stone, Vero Beach; Joseph material such as gravel rocks, or
Although phosphate mining and water D'Alessandro, Fort Myers. even leaves and pine needles
ground supplies.
be in the future of Brad- The legislative members are .', ,
may Senator Ken Jenne, Hollywood, i aNMUR I I'If

ford County, the most immi-j Chairman of the Senate Judiciary- ". ,1/-, aa4pp.e ebv<< y DAY Chapter #61
nent danger is the proposed'peat Bradford County can arm Criminal Committee, and Represen- "1' ea -'''''-'' p" To Meet

mining.of the vast Santa'' itself against this double tative Larry Smith Hollywood, ..4 : kv" Tonight

Fe Swamp. Although a, threat of water shortage and Justice Chairman Committee.of the House Criminal .. .'. .... "_,.f'gr. @ ,,."...:.t\.' .. Chapter The N 11of American Starke. will meet;
massive counter attack is be- pollution of the environment e' 117" r; !
t' lbtseo ;; i tonight, August 13, at 730; p.m. at the
ing mounted in an attempt tot by, adopting a mining ordinance y Pratt Street Recreation Center on W.

thwart this operation that' without further delay .lOt O.:FUOUSON-JOHN M..MM.UI.P.hlld.r.. I t Pratt Street' .next to the Bradford. I,

would denude the swamp of and by Joining with the Lake County Jail.
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Dwellers Association Route IJiR t----' a.o. *>* fMt asu.wl..5. All members
all trees and vegetation there'is and their families
..Ha.**4t-..***>1.lnht I Invited are
no assurance that devasta-' 2, Box 464A Melrose 32666 in to attend.
.M"b"-._. trad*MMM M Pf VAt M tttf M.b.a..W.bw.o. .
tion might not eventually'' working for state purchase of ..,Slip,t..n........M..ib.NNews '
Santa Fe _.. Wonder ar. and _I
come to this important the endangered It took Da Vinci ten years none It many
more wonderful
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Phyllis Collier and David Harper Kimberly Clemons and Phillip Hall


Married July 18'in Garden Wedding r The" Social Side Wed June 25 in Union Primitive BaptistKimberly


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I Lynn Clemons, daughterof
Miss Phyllis Denise Collier Presenting a prog am of nuptial Gladys Mooty Of The Mr. and Mrs. Joel Roberts of
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. music were Billy Joh on, pianist and Starke and Mr. and Mrs. R.E.
.Collier of Starke and David Michael Doris Johnson, solols the bride' uncle Clemons of Jacksonville and Phillip
r Harper son of Mr. and Mrs. Nickolas and aunt I Society Editor, Andrew Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Harper of Lawtey were united In mar- The wedding to their vows In Bobby Joe Hall of Theressa were
'I riage Saturday. July 18, at 7:30: p.m. the garden fore a white 961-7608 News united in marriage June 25 at 7 p.m.
'. at the home of the groom's grandparents lattice arch decora with red and D in Union Primitive Baptist Church
Mr. and Mrs. Henry white carnations and white doves, a with Rev. James Land performingthe
Browder in Starke with Rev. Henry picket fence and bal cod by Boston nuptials.Mrs. .

I Browder, the groom's grandfather terns and palms ; .......-,.......... ,-,.'. George Canova, organist and
I performing the nuptials.I Mike Ricks served s best man and 1\ Cindy Lee Griffith, Mrs. Vernon Reddish, soloist,
Pat Buccholz was an her.
l presented a program of nuptial
Tina Noribrup att dad her sister Gylum Lee Snell music. '
r u
t as honor attendant e wore a light ".', To Wed Aug. 22 Centering the altar was an archway .
I r blue polyester dress Ith overblouse decorated with and ,
w and long permanent p ated skirt. She Starke Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Griffith of, and centered with mums a bow and greenery a dove. f, (r..:

carried an arm boo et of red and announce the engagement and Flanking the arch were two baskets
r white roses and baby breath. approaching marriage of their
holding gladiolus, carnations, mums, lh
daughter Lee to
Cynthia
bridesmaid Lee
Evelyn Crawford as Gylum\ and breath
baby's against a
attired simi Snell of Jacksonville, son of Louise
and was r to the honor of and ferns. !
background palms
attendant and carrl the same type. Gordan Walker of Richardson, Texas, and Ronnie Hall attended his brother as
Snell of
Gadsden.Ala.
Dowers. I
rr best man. The bride's brothers I
The bride,given in arrlage by her ....... Richard, Victor and Ty Clemons were \,
father wore a white Iyeater, long' ushers.

gown with chantill lace sleeves Becky Coleman served as bridal at-
-embroidered d
round neckline with I it it.
tendant. She
wore a mint green long
lace collar and trim waist
empire
,, dress and carried a nosegay of white
with full skirt In <
en a chapel :
and yellow daisies with
'
train. Her lace and rl :;';". green
headpiece '- :rtii! streamers tied in love knots.
secured her fingertip ell which was \i
Tammy Hutcheson of Gainesville,a
trimmed In :
chantlUy ceo
niece of the bride, was flower girl.
The bride's table w s covered with ; ; Given in marriage by her father "
--. a lace cloth over blu I liner and was .: : "(., the bride Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hail
,I wore a floor length white
centered with four iered
.. a pillared
satin with cluny lace fitted
gown
cake with a varlgat blue silk Doral l bodice The bride's table and punch table
neckline
I high and matching
betwee and Janet DuncanJcn covered with white silk lace
arrangement one layer were
long sleeves. The flowing ilusion
... decorated ,with blue 08es. Topping train attached cloths. A tiered wedding cake, cut by
: to the waistline was
the cake bride d Fee t Duncan and Testone
was a groom. Betty Norman Joy
bordered with a wide band of cluny
roll Reames and Den e Wishart cut Charles i centered the bride's table.
PodgettEngagement ii lace. Her finger-tip veil of illusion was
the calce. : i secured to a flower embossed head Following a wedding trip to St.
:: The punch table wa covered with a ToldMr. band. She carried a cascade Augustine, the couple is residing in
white lace cloth with hate liner and arrange- Theressa.
and of
Mrs. Duncan of
Emory ment silk lillies, greenery andbaby's
was centered with an angement of the of The bride and groom are both
Lawtey announce engagement breath with satin streamers.A .
red and white carnatl etal Red punch their daughter, Janet Ruth, to reception was held in the church graduates of Bradford High School.
was served from a bowl by She. graduated in 1981 and he
Charles David of Mr.
,/ I Padgett, son reception hall where Brenda Lajoie
Becky Gaskins and and! Starling, in 1979. The is
and Mrs. J.T. Padgett graduated groom
Lawtey.A greeted the guests at the door and thebride's
', sisters of the | Cindy Griffith Electric
.- groom. November wedding is planned. sister, Nancy Roberts, kept employed with Torode's as
Cheryl Johnson, cou In of the bride, an electrician.
Mr. and Mrs. David Harper the bride's book.
kept the bride' book. The garden wedding is planned for

Following the rece on the couple Saturday Aug. 22, at 11 a.m. at the
:: made I P.T. NounsGiven home of the bride's parents N.W.29th
a wedding trip Tampa.Rebekab
JoAnn Trevion and Jesus
Crosby Reunion Farewell Avenue, Rising Road Starke, with a Magdalino

... .. .. reception following.Miss ( .
; This Weekend I Reception Griffith Is a 1979 graduate of Honored at Reception

a Family members of the late Philip Mr. and Mrs. P.T. Nolin and Mrs. Bradford High School and is presently

3 A. "Uncle Phil" Crosby and Clarissa Oma Cotton, who are moving to attending F.J.C., majoring in
:r M. Bragg Crosby are scheduled to DeFuniak Springs the end of the mathematics. She was on the track Rommaldo"Ronnie" and Maria M.
:; gather Saturday and Sunday, Aug. .. week,were given a farewell reception team at BBS and a member of the Belmarez gave a wedding reception
i 15-16 for their annual family reunion. 'I\ Sunday evening at the Madison Street Junior R.O.T.C. She went to Santa Fe recently in their home in Lawtey in

r On the first day of the reunion S" i Baptist Church Fellowship Hall Junior College on a two-year track honor of her brother and bride, Jesus

: (Saturday, Aug. 15),family members ; .'Ip' following the Sunday evening service. scholarship.Mr. Magdalino and JoAnn Trevion, who
have planned a peanut boiling from The refreshment table was covered SneU la presently in the U.S. were married in June in North

3-5 p.m. at the "old Philip Crosby" ; with a lace cloth over pastel green Navy as an Aviation Electrician, sta- Carolina.
place at Brooker where Richard and held a cake with the inscription tioned at NAS, Cecil Field. He is a Among those attending were Isidro

Crosby Hugh B. Crosby Jr., and "The Lord Bless You and Keep You". 1978 graduate of Richardson High and Maria Arce from Aprohinas,

Marilyn Vellenga and their families ,'. .I..ill'. At one end of the table was an ar- School, Texas. N.C., parents of the bride; Ines and k
I live at this time. ; rangement of summer flowers and at All friends and relatives are invitedto Guadalupe Magdalino, father and

I The Sunday reunion has been, the other end a crystal punch bowl. attend. brother of the groom from Mexico t I

\ scheduled for the Lake Butler Community ,' ', The reception was given by the and Texas; the T bride's family from
I Center from 10 a.m. until church members who also presentedthe Junior Woman's Club San Antonio, Texas; Dr. Rene Rivera
about 3:00 p.m. AU family membersand couple with a departing gift. and family from Gainesville, Mrs. VI-
friends are invited to attend and Mrs. Cotton's son Bill Cotton and Has Brunch For vian Romano from Hollywood, Fl.

to bring a favorite dish of food. daughters of Palatka, sang a song for New MembersThe and Mr. and Mrs. John Wayne I !
Between 150 and 200 persons attended -, Mr. and Mrs. Nolin and Mrs. Cotton. Walker, Sr. from Raiford.
the reunion last year. "We expect 'H' Approximately 125 friends attended Junior Woman's Club held a Miss Reina Magdalino and Mrs. '
that many Sunday in Lake Butler," between the hours 8:30 and 9 p.m. '.Branch Saturday at the club"house. .for Maria Del Carmen Walker furnished tr
says Chairman Al Crosby. prospective new member the champagne and glasses.
-1, Further information may be obtain 1- The rfreshment.ubJe.dlli# thesottroom hi'. .,, : "'1:: .. .- '
i trP"iZr 't' 'n.Ie. : .. .. ...,
l :. was ,coveredwith: white '
i eCt b/ calling'Ruby'Brannon.'JaneNichols : ( ;in Rebikah: OCr ) a .
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..> Carter; Philip Nichols,Patsy N race cloth and centered with a crystal Cindy Cissy, .. m
Dennis Allen '
"bowl of mixed fruit tidbits. Silver and
Lawson or Marion Crosby in Starke or
Jay Merrllees Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Magdalino
Estelle Tilghman at 278-5095 in To Wed Sept. 24 ; crystal trays held finger sandwichesand
Gainesville.At "," sweets. To Wed Aug. 22
.
Mrs. Minnie Box pf Starke announces Among those attending were Mrs.
noon Sunday, Aug. 16, families'and the engagement and ...... Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gissy of
approaching R.A. Green, Jr., senior club
hold brief sponsor
friends will
a meeting Sandy Douglas
marriage of;,her daughter, ;;... and Mrs. J.D. Warren president of Starke announce the approaching I
to make Introductions, discuss eventsof Rebekah K. Box, to Dennis E. Allen, e dr the senior club.tIMJ.IIc'raa. marriage of their daughter, Cynthia Shower HonoreeMiss I
the past year introduce families son of Mr. and Mrs.P.p. Allen of Alto Joan (Cindy) of Graeagle, Cal. to Jay I
and make plans for next year. Lake. Merrilees. Sandy Douglas, whose mar

The following committees were appointed The wedding will ta ;e place at the I Brown The wedding is planned for Satur. riage to Gene Tanner, II will be an I
by Chairman AI Crosby for \ : ,, event of Aug. 28, was honored at a 1
home of the Allen's 0 Alto Lake on day, Aug. 22, at 6 p.m. at Graeagle
the annual reunion: Sept. 26 at 3 p.m. Kairlna' Coleman Shower Honorea Town Park, Cal. bridal shower Friday night given by t

Time and Place Hilda Driggers, The bride-elect is al: a the daughter Miss Gina Brown, Aug. 22 bride- Cindy is a graduate of Bradford Mrs. Eddie Blalock Mrs. Mike I
Lake Butler. of the late Thomas Katrlna Coleman High School and Florida State University Gaskins, Mrs. J.W. Hicks and
A. tax of Starke. elect,wa4 c..* %mented at a surprise
Mott Desiree and and
Tilghman daughters, Stacy
SuppliesJEstene She is presently employed at
a
'1/1' 'ofGairtesville': .. Rudy YoungEngagement lingerie shower Saturday at her home office in Mrs. A.W. Chapman at the home of
Peanut Boiling -Wright and Hugh ToldMs. given by Miss'>Ella. Hall and Mrs. newspaper Graeagle. the latter, 120 N. Cherry St.

B. Crosby Jr.hBrooker4; .010, jr Angola Hope Starling, Mike Gaskins. f' CM You Know.,......... The refreshment table was covered
'>T Finance Committee""'.Pasco'Mott, t Robert Mercedes Coleman and The refreshment table was covered with an ecru lace cloth over gold and
V .Gainesville and Ralph, Mott, Silver.I II i. RehberfTo Rudolph V. Coleman announce the 'with :a candlelightrlace", cloth and Mrs. Hazel Guy of Gainesville was centered with an arrangement of

> i"Springs, Md. .: Wed Aug. 2 engagement and approaching marriage centered' with .,arrangement of Monday visitor of Mrs. James summer flowers.
'. History; Otl'i'l*! aUon.., 1,IorMc1i;;' of their daughter, Katrina yellow and whiter:,silk flowers and Blackshear. Games were played during the par.
rd of
and Mrs. RicW Wheeler *
')"'Marilyn Vellenga of Brooker and Bar- '' Diana, to Rudolph Rudy" Young, flanked with two,three-branch silver ty hours and prizes awarded. !
(:"bara''Davis Foster of,Gainesville,; .Lake Butler announce the engagement -, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Young Sr. candelabra -with white, tapers. The The hostesses presented the
of of Mr. and Mrs.
and approaching marriage Friends Spyros
= Clarissa of Tampa. punch bowi was placed<<: at one end of honoree with five
Secretary-Treasurer a piece place settingto
Waters of Brooker. ., ; .1 their cousin Angela i pe Starling toRobert The wedding date has been set for the, table on a large silver tray which Drivas will regret to learn that his her chosen flatwear as a mementoof
'J'JUHU'.. pelvis "rit" 'I. 'I' Jti ,-, Rehberg, son f Mr. and Mrs. Nov. 21 at 5 p.m. to be held at Mt. was encircled with ivy and yellow silk father, Demetrius Drivas of Athens, the occasion.

IIlIj'UI.i'ri' ,., 'Drow I L It.hl' Harry Rehberg of Sta ke. Morlah United Methodist Church. 'flowers. At the other end of the table Greece, died August 11. Among those attending between the
-.r. ,' Robert is a 1978 gr duate of Brad- was a.yellow and,white decorated
,Reception Honoree ford High School and is employed at cake hours of 7:30 and 9:30 p.m. were thehonoree's
,Ul I with the inscription "Best
Duplicate Bridge mother, Mrs. Ernest (Pete)
.' 'Miss Gina ..roam, wh''.;eVrriarrlage" Lawtey Correctional nstitution. 'Wishes Gina",,. Mrs. Gladys Weldon spent last Douglas and mother of the
of Angela Is a 1981 gi duate of Lake Club ResultsIda The guests enjoyed refreshments. week with her son and family, Mr. prospective
to Randy Frazee will be an event groom, Mrs. Eugene TanDP.r.WE'LL .
Butler High School. and watched the honoree her and Mrs. W.A. Weldon in Bushnell.
Aug. 22 was honored a; a reception!, Shaw and Ceil Terwillegar were open
*l"ITh\P"8dIPe1)' ( )!ping, AUI>,, given by'' The wedding 29 at is 7 pla ned at for the Saturday First the winning couple at Duplicate gifts.
Aug. p. i. The hostesses presented the
Mrs. Wifllani Marchese, Mrs. J.B. Bridge Tuesday night where there :
Methodist Church in I Ike Butler witha honoree with a lovely gown as a GIVE YOU HAIR THAT'SEASY
Godwin,Mrs. Reese and Mrs. were five tables in play. Charlie and
"'J.E.'Denmark Jose home of the lat- reception followingAll Lee McCullough were second and memento of the occasion.
friends and rela yes are Invitedto TO LIVE WITH.You
Out-of-town guests attending were .
ter at 116 Parker Street. Barbara Snipes and Linda Gafford
The refreshment table was covered attend. were third. Tami Bryan and Joy McClelland of

with an Army-Navy cloth over pink The club plays every Tuesday nightat Valdosta, Ga. and Dara Frazee and want a trouble free style

linen and was centered with a pink 7:30: p.m., Ann Reid Goodman of Gainesville. that won't slow down your
Presiding at - - -
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the punch bowl were Miss Tina n that styling ease with new
Brown sister of the honoree and
Soft Permanent
by DesigntM
Denmark and Karen f
Misses Stacey 1' a;;
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Chitty. I 's School ,
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Also assisting were Mrs. Joan Chit- : 't ('
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ty, Miss Sandra Chitty and Miss Moisture Control leave your
Allison Denmark l. e hair with lasting soft curls
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The hostesses presented the : Small World r ;? that flow naturally from ends

honoree with a corsage and bride's to end
book as a memento of the occasion. I For hair that's carefree and

Among the 80 Invited to attend bet- really easy to get along with, _
ween the hours 7:30: and a p.m. were into salon n**j!!
stop our today.
the honoree's mother Mrs. Millard : Day Care
Brown and the prospective groom's a Lw& &REDKEN

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y"J(ww Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Carver and!
Mr.and Mrs. Tommy Chantain and ) r. and Mrs. Joseph Doscher and family Chelll McClure and Wayne
Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Whitehead and ,daughter of Bedford Lake Mr. and soi tin-law and daughter, Mr. and Caves of Jacksonville were Saturday
I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Durrance visited Mrs. T.C. ChasUIn of Starke and Mr. Mm. William Wright of Largo were dinner guests of Mr. and,Mrs. J.T.
711., Mrs. Robert M. Autry and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Fachko in and Mrs. Jerry Williams and familyof las ; Wednesday and Thursday guests Carver and family.
daughter, Cassie and son, Jim and Jacksonville Sasturday night. Keystone Heights, spent last week 6f Hr. and Mrs. Gerald Moran.
Mrs. Robert L. Autry were in at Crescent Beach. Mrs Clyde Mr. and Mrs. Bill Causey and son.
is
Wauchulla and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiggins and Sinclair the Wednesday 1 rs. Charles Barton of Atlanta Paul have returned from a two
Friday Saturday to at- Joined family weeks
7I son, Robert of Waldorf Md. son-in-law and daughter,
tend are via ing her visit with their son-in-law
bridesmaid's to
a luncheon for her Saturday.Mr. r and
<) cousin's fiancee, Cindy Nicholson. visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Co and Mrs. H.M. Hatcher, Jr. for daughter Mr. and Mrs. Steve Collinsin

Cassie will be a junior bridesmaid at One Wiggins this week. and Mrs. J.H. Moncrief' spent tw weeks. Kdgemont, S.D. and friends in
the wedding August 22 and Jim will bea Mr. Wednesday to Sunday with their I Mule Creek, Wyo.. While Mere they
and Mrs.
X.M.
Smith and
s ring-bearer. and family Mr. and Mrs. B r. and Mrs. LaRue Williams and toured the Black Hills and, the
+ daughter Terri attended dater
the
Herring
ton family reunion In Hazelhurst- at ldralantic;; and at- son I of Ormond Beach,.have moved Badlands of South Dakota
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sanford of Ga. ove the weekend. tended their grandson David Int< :' their summer home at Lake
Tavares were weekend guests of Mr. UnderilPs wedding,to Mary Jane Fox Br klyn at Keystone Heights. Diane Wood Chelll! McClure, Kelti
and Mrs. L.C. Early Saturday afternoon at Cocoa Beach. Carver and Mr. and Mrs.J.T. Carver
' 1 Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Spengler and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitchell and 'went tubing on the.Ichetucknee River
Mrs. Debbie
I Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Bates of daughters Mrs. Judy Dukes and Forman children and Mr. and Mrs. David Montgomeryand MHJ Ellen Mitchell of Starke. and last Monday.
Jy (L-1\ Jacksonville were Sunday guests of Stephanie and Kim last week at daughter,Janet spent Aug.1 to 11 Ann Holland of Jacksonville,
'. Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Shaller. spent with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bird in spelt last week at Fort Walton Beach .,
Daytona Beach.
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Stacey Hayes "

Ray Brown ;


Stacy Ray Thomas Haye.Brown. Y u're Oing to like Eckerd

Plan Aug. 15 Wedding ,

Mrs. Janie C. Hayes of Brooker an- famous Photo Offer. z' /- t

nounces the engagement and approaching Twine the Prints<.. Ge an extra set of prints with every-roll of' ;
marriage of her daughter color or black and I wr |e print film developed and printed..: ..- .
to Thomas Brownof
Stacey Denise. Ray '
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TODAY AND .
EVERYDAY
Brown of
Gainesville son of Ray
Palatka and Mrs.Sandra M. Brown of Twice the film... Qe two rolls ol print film for the price of one ;
Plantation. Miss Hayes is also the Kodacolor black an white, when you have your film processed !
daughter of the late W.H. Hayes of at Eckerd's...TODAY AND( EVERYDAY. .' '1

Brooker. .11 iwdseM.OuaranNe I Buy only the prints you want. No .
Miss Hayes is a 1979 graduate of hassle-even If the goo was In the picture taking.
Bradford High School; is a student at !

Santa Fe Community College and in is / "/I//. W//# // .. mw. O$ .!W W.Q @ // "W//// \
manager of a photo studio at Sears
Gainesville.Mr. t'/ HHHfI"'UIJII"I "'
:, Brown graduated from Plantation PERT JOHNSON JOIN8ON MENNEN ,
High School in 1975; is a studentat fl'JlI /!! SHAMPOO P.7.OUNC SUNDOWN:* -- SPEED STICK ii aLSOL
the University of Florida and is ECKERD SUNSCREEN .

employed at Sears in Gainesville.The $ 109 flounce .... .... .,
Mow i
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wedding is planned for Satur- ASPIRIN /.AM.
$ ,$ ..... Choice of Lime.
day, August IS. at 8 p.m.at Harmony Normal/Dryor011y. P r I Extra or
Herbal Spice
Freewill Baptist Church in Wor- '..... Limit 1 In the ,,Limit 1 i
thington Spnngs with a reception I :: .33<<1: on water.fit 1 -, Regular !

following in the church FellowshipHall.
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No. invitations are being issued but I =,;,;;;analgesic..bI.... LJI SINUTABj 3AJ.T4rouHoe LOVES"tRYME"COLOGNE
Limit 1FINAL EPSOM
all friends and relatives are invited to EXTRA STMZNOTH, '
attend. TABLETS I 1 Qftolaleal
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congestion. Limit 1
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Kay ThorntonMr. I :Non:';;;;';i.Choice, 3 types. CHIPS r-0UNCI 10".7:1": I CHAIN*..t*" CNAielFM .... 1*.*], i

and Mrs. Robert G.Thornton of Limit 1 ........t.lt ...6., s .......t4." .... 8" 16" '
Jacksonville the birth of a Sturdycanv.s& C
announce
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Gr..t with dip. Limit 2
daughter Lindsay Kay, born July 30 --- with built-in plllo Polypropyl.nebb-" .j
in Riverside I I Ing. Post front legs.ICECHEST .
Maternal grandparents are Mr.and
Mrs. Robert E. Allen Jr. of Starke
and maternal great grandmother is I SCH1CKDOUBLEEDGE CARPETFRESHDEODORIZER OLMREEL
Mrs. Emma Williams of Gainesville. b.iII A ROD I

Paternal Mrs. John grandparents Thornton of Jacksonville.are Mr. and I BLADES Schi. .14-OUHCi tee .....-f I 49 N.1No'. H..23 I 8 "- :;:::" 8!9einpiu .:: \

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Angela Brooke' Barber ? .----L-- 1 I Imll V I guide Super Rod,' w .. "'Y' !: 1"l \
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Mr. and Mrs..James Barber of Priced ....... __. .f I A
Starke announce the birth of a '
Plus platinum blades.Fits all 'TV AUDIO AUTO SEAT '
PULSATING
daughter Angela Brooke born Aug. 4 t
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double edge razors. Limit 1 CUSHIONS20OFF il;
STAND
in Lake Shore Hospital Lake City. I
She joins a brother, Bradley age 4. N..NU \ SPRINKLER ;::
Maternal grandparents are Rev. I ...2411 NO.SSTS Clfteeufav I ..::
and Mrs. Ben Bryant of Starke.Great Wood-ton.hickory flnI.h. .... REGULAR PRICES; *.** .....V .
grandmother is Mrs. Jacquelyn Bat- Easy 10 assemble. >. Choose from."ortld Covers full/part circle
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parents are Mr. and Mrs. Don E. 0 2LITERCOCACOLA
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James "Sonny" and Cheryl Sal 1 ::i. .......3nsa .. Priced ...... I N PW u

Douglass of Theressa announce the II PrIeM......... Tilt-away hood.Adjustable Gr.atforcov.rlng |l, ..Slidtopln dial
birth of a daughter Sunnie Nichole, Rslreahingbeveregelnthrow- drafts.HIBACHI f4 \ school books & mor ; t
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born July 28 in Alachua General away bottle. Limit 2 t
Hospital. She joins a sister Kimberly '
Dawn age 4.
Paternal grandparents are the late .1 La MACHINE XY
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Edgar Douglass FOOD \\ IMGb
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Butler. Maternal grandparents are r PROCESSOR iU.td
Mrs. Ruth C. Griffis of Theressa and tl"I"9'1: "" '
late J.D. Griffis. :: I
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Chops,shreds A more Whisper quiet.Push-
Did You Know........... BAR SOAP Cast Iron bowl. Includes blender. / but


Miss Lillian Stump, Mrs. John W. 3OZ.AN ___________
Griffin Mrs. W.H.Thomson and Mrs. 1 tlOO ; : ; COMBILOUHGER 13"* COLORTELEVISION VIP PR01200TURBO JlZT fir'
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21-day tour of M 199,99nstant
Germany, Austria ns. Q*
Switzerland and the British Isles witha bath soap.Limit 1: a..ll
accompanying Commissionerof ,!rIPI': n/l LR.M,1L/. .. 24991 3 ......ogrNe.Nhlcd.
group Conner Adjusts 7 ways 2 speeds&3 heat set-4
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Agriculture Doyle on one
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his annual Florida Agricultural Trade State.*dHgon l muture. tings for styling ease., r
Mission study tours.

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Chris of Leesburg and Mrs. Debbie
Back to School
Coty of Tampa, spent the weekend TRASH BAGS acs'' Savings BIG ROLLER i-
with their parents Mr. and Mrs. \ ZIPPER PENCIL 1
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Frank Mitchell. POUCH "'

Kay and Scott Allen were visiting I CHOICE vou I59 i r' I LOOSELEAF .PAello.......t.,." ....88 .MegutaraeteFrtoed... .... 19: :.::-J:s

their brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Choice of blue or black
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last week.They were Joined Sun- I BOICof25.13.gallonorbOlCoIl4 1 CAN BAGS "r
day by Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Allen 30-gallon trash bags Limit 2 .- PAPER I
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25. ItIPr asJ CRAYOLA LIQUID PER ;

Mr. and Mrs. Lee McDuffie and CRAYONS CORRECTION -_
son Hec, spent July 31-Aug.2 in Richmond 6ge FLUID ,
Va. Mr. and .ACICO'" vONI 'P.11
visiting Mrs. AI
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daughter, Allison Walters. ARM &HAMMER s Premium quality ruled Box of IS assorted S....1IoM.... UE E I
.hee... Limit 2 Colors -1 Touch on. lost
Mrs. Bill Meng and children Dana BAKING SODA drying. .6 ounce*
and Michael of St. Petersburg are 5=
visiting her lather E.L. Matthews at L.1. :

Kingsley Lake Sunday to Thursday. 3/100 WIREBOUNDNOTEBOOK ECKERD WE8TCLOX.ALARMCLOCK,
They were joined Tuesday and = ..... PENCILS

ty Wednesday Naugle and by her children cousins of Mrs.Jacksonville Pat-- For baking. Limit household "PAU 2/7 -- :AaKOre .....Ha. C88 ; aIMrdLN. ;E1:.J
use 3 3100
and Miss Susan Budd of rr.L< .... .*.... .....' ...., P, Sy.a

Gainesville. t ;; heels.70 ruled. &punched assorted Pack of 6 yellow pencils.or Sweep Easy to read second numerals.hand.You're W


Cathy and Darrell Wooley were ... @ i ............... ......
winners at a dance contest August 8 at .cvqvyhW' UUHQ' 7 7AW' # $..' m' ,,_ .
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WI RESERVE HIOMTTOUiHTOOAMTITI I .
floor. Eck ;
you'S Pharmacy Servl I! ,

nwke Eckerd sure .1a"'y-IF.'ned..' MUsfled' .professionals They tike. continuing' who ire BRADFORD 'S Q.I SHOPPING }/ -

Mrs. Janet Turner and daughters. courses to maintain an uP-lc.da'llinowledg.' of developments cea., CNY'I I ,'
Kay Turner of Jacksonville, ana They always try k>save you money by offering Senior, Citixen 831.S WajnUt St.. Starke .:.:..
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Vicky Turner, 'spent last week at IIId generic drug whenever possible. They will also seve you ,
Royal Palm Beach and Riviera conefasnuy checking stocks lo keep the drugs you need on .I Irge: "fie j

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Potatoes 65c 17s-1 Dressings.._8 gc l b!!J6ox Nescafe COFFEE $359 '8" Trash Bags''' 99c H

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Starke's Misfits Nab Runnerup Trophy, Individual Honors ,



round bye and then stopped Smoke .........................:.
All the pre-tourney talk surroun- House Quail Farm 13-6 and Guynns
ding last weekend's first edition of the ALL-TOURNEY TEAM:
1-0 ( 1-0) before being eliminatedby
Jack Whipple Associates Grand All yep PChub Johnson (Misfits) '
Beer Witch (4-9) and the Misfits.
Tournament held in Lake CDanny Sistrunk (Beer Witch. )
Bill Marchant, selec-
Troy an all-tourney
about Jacksonville's 1B- Bill Marchant (Rejects) '
was tion at first base, had 5 hits along with
Fernando's of Lake (Beer Witch
Businessmen and 2BRonny Sapp )
Marvin Tomlinson and Toby Dillow to
City. They both came loaded for bear. 3B- Greig Moyer (Misfits)
lead the Rejects. Shortstop Harold
But in the end it was Beer Witch of SSBuddy Williams (Beer Witch)
Esford had just 3 hits but
one was a
Jacksonville and the Misfits of Starke OFGene Raulerson.(Misfits)
slam home in the win
grand run over
playing for first place with Beer Smoke House. OF- Randall Thomas (Misfits
Witch winning 9-3 to complete a OF- Dave Chappell (Beer Witch)
The Back Row Bums of Starke hada
5-game sweep through the excellent OF. Gerald Wiley (Beer Witch)
field. win over Begg's Gulf of Keystone to
with losses to the Misfits and
Fernando's which won three times, go MVP- Buddy Williams (Beer Witch
Guynns ((11-1)). Jackson Prevatt and
was beaten by Beer Witch 5-3 and HR-Jimmy Summersill (J. Bus.) 9
Dennis Crawford each had 2 hits
then eliminated by the Misfits 20-16 Individual
the Misfits while
while the Businessmen, winners against shortstop Duncan
[SportsmanshipStuart
twice, were upset by Beer Witch 18-16 '; '. .. ,1 Dwayne Hardee was 2-for-2 against
Misfits)
(
Guynns.The
and then eliminated when they didn'tshow ;
I Golden GloveBill Ratliff (Misfits)
on time for a 1p.m. date with MI, ",; ;; Outlaws (former Senior Boys),
the Misfits Sunday. The game had losers to Begg's 13-12 and Fernando's.were Team SportsmanshipB&W. of
been set for late Saturday night but led by Mike Andrews ((4-5)) and Alachua
the Jacksonville club asked for, and AI Chapman (3-7 with a homer and 2 ........................... \
doubles).
was given a Sunday afternoon star-
time. But at 1 14 didn't havea
ting : they
full roster and were declared ..,.... ....,...--__ --_ hf_,

forfeited touching off a notsomildwar

of words.Nonetheless.
the Misfits advancedand

eliminated Guynn's 22-12 "'*"I''11 IW f"""' _.........."" ..-........"........... ..'-"
(jumping out to an 11-1 advantageafter av
two innings) and the Rejects Misfit Home Run GatheringA

12-2 (with Jim Lewis tagging a 2-run two-run homer by Donald Wheeler (3rd from right!( ) Pictured are, from left to right Joey Bennett Doug *+ W9
homer) in Sunday's sunbath before emptied the Misfit dugout Sunday afternoon. was just one Mains (partially hidden).Jim Lewis,Stuart Duncan.Terryof
running out of steam against Beer 26 IIRs by the runnerup Starke club in the Grand AllIlardee.. Wheeler. Chub Johnson, and AI Wofford. T r rf Fi Y
Witch. Trophy event.to /
Beerwitch,paced by defensive whiz

Buddy Williams, their shortstop who +

was the MVP choice plus a pitcher seven hits, and then eliminated the smacked 3 homers, 2 against Guynns, in a 6-run second inning that turned _
catcher combo of Rodney Black and Backrow Bums of Starke 18-5 all- and had
as 13 RBIs. As a team the the game in the Misfits favor. Y
Danny Sistrunk (.647, 7 homers) and tourney third baseman Greig Moyer Misfits hit .512 averaging better than The second inning put the Starke :
fellow selections Dave
all-tourney pounded three homers and golden 15 scores a game.Businessmen club up 8.5 and 6 more in the third f
Chappell (.571), Gerald Wiley (.526)), An
Bill Ratliff
glove winning shortstop After Fernan-
made it 14-7
spread.
a
and Ronny Sapp (.571). turned back slugger Jimmy Sum-
added 2 HRs. Then came Fernandos.The 18-16 Johnson
dos closed to within
the ti- mersil the Home Run
both of the favorites enroute to captured trophy
Lake City club, stocked with with 9 blasts in just three ballgames unloaded his 2-run blast in the bottomof
tle.They held Fernando's HR bats Richard Mummaw Terry Stratton, winning over Fernando's Mummaw, the sixth to give the Misfits a

down in'a 5-3 second round victory and Dennis Crawford off Green who also had 9, and teammate Cooter cushion. :;; :
and then after blanking Regan-TV Machine, had whipped 4th St. Car Brown, who had 8 HRs to go with 19 The Misfits had plenty in the offen- qt
15-0, outslugged the Businessmen Wash 18-7 before falling to Beer Witch RBis. Gene Tanner of Starke con- sive category Moyer clubbed the ball
18-16. Beerwitch handled the Rejects, and shotgunning the Outlaws of tributed 5 homers for the at a .680 pace for the weekend (1725)to One Trophy PresentationThe
a Lake Butler club put together on the Starke 374. But the Misfits put them Businessmen while Johnny Godbolt go with 7 homers and 17 RBIs,
eve of the tourney, 9-4 in the winner's out as Moyer went 5-for-5 with 3 had 5 homers for Fernando's and,Tom Johnson hit a crisp .652 ((15-23) with 3 defensive Golden Glove trophy went from Grand All Trophy tourney sponsor -
bracket finals before winning the homers. Chub Johnson (the all- Paladino Jr of Hampton had 4 and a IIRs and 13: ribbies, Ratliff was at .593 Jack Whipple to Misfit shortstop Bill Ratliff.

championship game against the tourney pitcher) went 4-5 with a two- .636 batting average with 6 four-baggers and 16 RBIs, all- .
Misfits to complete their 5-0 weekend. run shot, Ratliff smacked 2 solo HRs, Other local clubs competing were tourney leftfielder Randall "Bull"
After a forfeit win over no-show and Doug Mains added a two-run belt headed by the Rejects, who put Thomas hit .538 with 8 runs batted in,
Macrlennv Crack-* and the I loss to Sportsmanship trophy Steve Cub- together Friday night and ended! up second baseman Stuart Duncan bat
Businessmen the Misfits bounced edge hit .571 Mains had 3 homers claiming the fourth place trophy for ted .538 with 2 HRs and 14 RBis

W.W. Gay out 19-2, holding the losers and 7 ribbies, and Donald Wheeler Coach Steve. Nipper They |g blit. besides taking hot tbj8.Jijd ividu4dI ",J
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; Buddy Towards Starke Recreation Wednesday Night:

Sewell Begins; ",

.n Collings
.. I 1.. First-term Starke City Council many cases (such as adult Softball money into the recreation pot and Milner say they hope it would never
members Jimmy Crosby and Bobby been charged extra service fees to Bradford's "share" of recreation funding come to that, and fellow Councilmen
.Milner will be trying to buck the Vernon Silcox and Travis Woods lent
practices participate. But now, with the percen- is broken down and payed by individuals
of the past as they go before the tage of county residents playing in the form of service fees only light support to the plan to even
Sports EditorTwo Bradford County Commission at next games in Starke's leagues rising each out-of-city player competing in go forth with Wednesday's request
Wednesday's (August 19) County Men's Church though the motion to proceed was
the the Women's
every year as unincorporatedareas Open or
........"_,II .. .. I budget hearing to request more increase in population, the City Softball League would have to pay$45 passed by 5-0 vote. Silcox and Wood
recreation money from the county. is becoming more and more hard- to play. A Men's Open team member indicated they didn't want to twist

pro football stories'with local angles are going in opposite directions Crosby and Milner will outline a pressed to keep up, and may have to from outside the city would have to county arms over the Recreation
these days. In Jacksonville", the Firebirds, which include former Bradford High written proposal that would have the go the route of service fees for Bradford shell out $40, and the out-of-city I issue.
"star Malachi Henry and 'present BHS foolball-weightlifting coach Carlton County and City split the cost of runn County residents too Crosby said. parents of Dixie Youth Baseball
And the likelehood of
Faulk. are winding down their American Football Association regular season, ing the Starke Recreation Depart- players would have to find an extra help coining
having clinched a playoff spot while in Miami Donnie Sewell, an All-State foot- ment almost equally,using support "It just seems logical and fair tome $46 to$48 if the Rec. Department ever out of) the County's current wrestling
ball and basketball stirkout during his Tornado career, is trying to make it with for their proposal the fact that 47 per .... that if the County has about half the started to charge service fees to match with its budget is doubtful. In-
the Dolphin of the NFL. cent of the participants in Starke participants they ought to provide them. dicative is the fact that Bradford
Sewell is presently listed as the number two right tacklein Recreation Department activities are roughly half of the funding towards .. board cut the city recreation slice of
Recreation has said. Whether could li V- the pie from $8,000 to$5,000 in its first
that
the Miami camp a Dolphin personnel spokesman told county residents living outside of Crosby or not ever
me last week. He's behind fourth year man Eric Laakso, Starke (compared to 49 percent from pen is a judgement call. Crosby and proposed worksheet
Much of the done the
paperwork
who started at the spot last year. the city and 4 percent from outside by .
Donnie you'll remember came out of Tech to make a go Bradford). Specifically the proposalasks young city duo for Wednesday'sdiscussion - - - j
involves not the I
with the Dolphins as a free agent last season but was hurt for from proposalfor
Ii $38,000 the County,a big I
County help but a 'worksheet'which Dr. Lounette Eaton B.S. D. C.
in the pro-season. Still, Miami thought enough of him to jump from last year's $8,000 allott- ,
keep him on their injured reserve list all and hold points out what Crosby said
Bradord
and the
year ment by $5,000 ear
tiJPB'J.' him through their off-season training program. marked for City recreation in the proposed doesn't"could have to happen"with the if the asked county for Dr. Wayne C. Eaton. D.C.
At 6.4'/4, 252, Donnie is making the move from a block- budget the county commis- come up
ing college tight end into tackle, much as another former sioners are sculpturing now. money.It Keystone Chiropractic ClinicAt
Tornado great, Larry Brown did for the Pittsburgh P
threatens some high prices for
Stealers., In the past the city has always provided
Donnie Sewell the bulk of the Rec. Department the out-of-city residents who come to
". said Starke to play Softball or baseball, or
z"" budget (which Crosby will be SR-21 North
it's
And if you think tough making it with an NFL team
'listen close to$100,000 in fiscal 1981-82) who drop their children off at the
to this fooball life: Coach Faulk had been teaching school days, coachingthe year
Tornado offensive linejmtil 4:30 or 5 each afternoon and then rushing over while allowing county residents to Starke Rec. Department Summer Keystone Shops Suite 5
Program. For instance it shows that
to Jacksonville for practice with the minor league proffessional Jacksonville participate no questions asked. En-
if the doesn't funnell more 4733604Hours
trants from other countys have in county Phone
Firebirds. Home for bed around 11 p.m. and then back up for school.
It's easier for Carlton now that school's out and he's living in Jacksonville for .
the Summer. St. Edwards Church Hall 1 -9a.m.-lpm. and p.m.6p.m..
Faulk and Henry, who coached at BUS last year, have both been in the
..Firebird starting lineup AS Jacksonville's pro football team fashioned a 5-4 Mon., Tues., Wed. & Fri.
.... %mark to cinch a playoff; berth 8S- the Eastern Division runnerup. They lost a BINGOEvery
,; :: 13-12 squeaker at Chicago Monday night. ) 9 a.m.-I p.m. Thursdays
:.t .*. 'The final home encounter for the 'Birds, who are unbeaten in the Gator Bowl, Saturday 7:30 P.M.
;:::i.had to be scrambled up after the Shreveport Steamer franchise folded. The 411 N. Temple Ave., Starke Fla Modern X-Ray Physical Therapy Facilities
.;"">Marietta Thunderbolts of the Georgia semipro league will fill in for an exhibition -
.. game set for Saturday night, August 15 in the Gator Oowl. .
.:.League playoffs open August 24 and the American Bowl Game is August 29...
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..::J;J.:*"jGrand All-Trophy Thoughts.. ... ,

I S ; 'There's no denying that criticism:: was heard often at last weekend's first try Enter the
:'.-:.at a Grand All Trophy Tournament by organizers Ronnie Thomas and Gary
Z Roblnson. Gripes were first touched off Friday night when Fernando's showed
K,; .'up with Green Machine players and when$1 was charged each ballplayer...also
Vovhen the draw was announced some felt they got the shaft... The stink of Sun-
o:::T|day came when the Jax. Businessmen hollered when they were forfeited out for > gADFOftb
:%:showing up late. CO&
p*_ But there was a lot of good<< to balance the gripes.Sponsor Jack Whipple was a ,. ,
' l:'"r generous host, when the prizes were passed out Saturday and the 35 trophies
, ':doled out Sunday some frowns turned to big smiles. And lets not forget the
4'' 'w-.calibre of ball played, maybe the best around here all year One Gainesville um- .
pire noted "all the big boys in the area are down here this weekend, at least not
too many of 'em missed it.".and added that it was the best Softball he'd seen all

?yyear.: trgrapr
My point is the weekend showed a heck of a lot of potential for a high-calibre
tourney in this area. Ballplayers have got to love the competition and the hard-
,,ware passed out Sunday and it can appeal to fans for the same reasons.. ., there's
'just more on the line than in your average 12-teamer. .
1 tiWhipple Is hoping for bigger things next year and is anxious to hold it in
!>Starke,,near..tb&. uadnesaasawlua-paulfor!thaprcgraw.:/.The.' businesses. in, '.rt. N ,l
) 5ta1' sought to bg benefit t log from this thin ," WhipplB noted And toed they: :i 1
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_Robinson laid it out thusly "We're hoping for a'32-team men's tournament
fQed;: year with two division and an 8-team women's tournament." He said the .
Jq&: event could have two 16-team divisions, one being played in Starke, the ,
l:1! S'en's In Lake Butler; with the top eight finishers in the round-robin advancing toadoubleelimination
:,: ; finale. At Pratt St. in Starke the women would be playing.,
:, !jSlThe biggest change? "We'll be planning it a lot earlier," he answered with a
!fired smile. "And we'll put it earlier in the year (before ASA playoffs) and it'll know there's got to be a bunch of fine PRIZE LIST:

t 6e( ASA rosters plus two pickups." fishfinders out there... we want to know where! BIG BASS DIVISION1st
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the north central Florida high school; girls Softball all star team that"included .. '" Place-
;pfradrord High's bwnr Sharie llankerson claimed third in the Sunshine State \ $25 cash

''flames Softball tournament in Gainesville two weekends ago. The Jacksonville '\. ...-rt**iLi**:;.""' ... ___ 2800 Fluger Reel (from S&Sy.r) ,
e t.U stars were the. winners In winning 1-0 in the championship We want you to join in on th.,preaf"uMoi+.un of the '
then u rangy 32 ColemarVice chcct from GRIFFIS
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//kT J; 4 f j I IM If f : TELEGRAPH F1SnF1NDEa.CONTEST." .and have life preserver l oat'cushion. ; (from JIMMY MMHK'S)

,ffii !" : t ; i"'_ ,if a chance at winning cash awa;;'; plus prizes donated by ..\:).". .
,"'11; I "" ..?\>. ", ;...".,... JIMMY MOORE'S SUN SPORTS GRIFFIS & SONS ''2nd'Placer .

FIBRE CLASS WORKS, and S&S BAIT:& 'TACKLE .... '
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y "', ', --Watersport safety jacket (GRIFFIS & SONS)
All you have do to enter is fill out the entry form provided .?. A..v '" ,;...' : .

L here and grab your fishing pole and tackle t box. No 'I "?' rA': :; FISH DIVISION
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charge! If you can fish, and who, can't, you can enter our' :-'<:j} ,
contest.F"' >1 1st Pri.r.e-. .. .
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Just drop your completed entry form by S&S BAIT' .;. .
__ live well aerator; kit (GRIFFIS & SONS) .
TACKLE N. .
on Temple Avenue north ,
just Bradford"" ;; <

_aL High School before the entry deadline of 6 P' Fid.y..l\1":: '4 re'f a ,, < 2nd Prize -
August 21 (S&S is official headquarters.;for thecontestt) }
V ;'''', $15 cavil l
Then go out and try to win prizes ui two:, dlvisionsTii' 1 Big"'"
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0 0 ; ::i" '1'' Wah'rs'lCt safety jacket (GRIFFIS & SONS)
Bass with
top going f4\he'anglel who br' -
-1 category prize :l-
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ings in the 1 luiuW for : ,'. .". .. :$;', 6-pack outboard( motor oil (JIMMY MOOKF.'S)
biggest the month
,;arid ".. an Fish! : t;" '." ''' ','"
category with top prize) going;.!fo;the. Iheaviest i t. string'oF' % ./ '. '' .
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pan fish with 10 ore fish!! pri.ifV Sl.' *..l... ..... '. JI. ," f" DRAWING, (all entrants eligible)
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There will be first and second'prizes' in>! lxth 'divisions'; : ..." (' .j \.s': ': ,6-prck outboard motor oil JIMMY( M XKF.'S!: >

with the runli .
winners ,and erups'rccching.o"ash.wlid1 I i :
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prizes!!! ,.!'\ :I.l: <, .{ Ski..jo s .0.,: ,-' "., '
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catch a fMa'y have m chinceaj cash and a prfe*just hy.-/ : ) All fishing l later.of''1w SUIc.t I'hiridn must Ixr Mtlirfnl. I...

\o, P' ,'r, W entering! All entrants w"I..heleligible foK.a drawingfor'a 4)) All fish" muni. I he weywl l.1 mir ..ffk.i.I..IKII ...U.( ...- SIlO ..\n'

or $20 cash prize plus outboard motoroU. That drawing cTA<:KI.K.;" : *. '- '., ,

will be held at.S&S. BAIT'TACI(1..E.SIIOon: : : Monday -: .. -* S> No age.linnitmetlryhldf's! ..: ..urged. la mlrrt (nys. | "' .'.. mrn.
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August 31 at 300 p.na.:( cl not be to $
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.. ',A,' "'\-,;' weighing. | and then. .ho Mili an ct en bigger rash two d.ys I.tutee briny] \utifhml
r The contest will run: foi'.i faur week's.."rom Saturday.August' catch in and incrcH )our chances uf irainn! Sanir n
string of pan fish. But each entrant can count. unly his hintnl h-m.:or
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sea! l string of pan fi h.In the c 1 for.'bringing fish Jos> ::S' ...fCx p.m- '.";.;y' 19th.. t. ),' <, .. ..... 1.", '.' '. '. r. .' !in Krf.w !.1 p.m. Saturday.. Sept.19,ar.t...h*rauaidered in In*
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Address ,. ". ;"1',(!'''. .: In the Pin Fish dis soon a string.>f lint mast than l 10 fill will .he

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BHS Football Practice Reno Rec. Cage League




Opens Monday A.M. t x nrr ,1'ly ivter Winds Up With TourneyThe

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Monday morning marks the opening of varsity football practice at Bradford Reno Recreation Summer five and now stand at 77. Three of
High with all sophomores juniors,and seniors coming out for football expectedout Basketball League off to its biggest ther losses have come in overtime
for the first session oi4 a week of two-a-day practices. tart In three years according to Rec. and three with ten seconds or less to
Practice starts at 9 a.m. at BHS. Supervisor Charles Cunningham, will play in the game. They've gotten solid
All players should have their physicals done (at family doctors) and haircutfor !11';l lyi1 be winding down this weekend with a scoring from Kevin Griffin, Levi Simmons -
the first day of practice. post-season playoff tournament at the and Gary Carter.
Workouts continue after school when school starts Monday, August 24. That RJE Gym. Rounding out the 13-17 age group
day all freshman should report after school ready to go, with physicals and The league started June 8 with eight 1 are the Jays, who with big point production
haircuts. teams playing a schedule: of 60 games from Tom Pierce eked out a
Parent's night, with a scrimmage, is set for Friday night.August 28, startingat P. over a ten week period. 340 double-overtime decision over
7 p.m.with the Fall Jamboree scheduled for the following Friday,September Currently in the 13-17 year old division the Ravens Monday night to bring
4, at Palatka High The Tornado varsity opens up its regular season with a t.r Cool and the Gang leads with a their season mark up to 48.
home game against Baker County's Wildcats September 11 at 8 p.m. The JV's ,tr 9-4 record. They are sparked by high In the adult men's league the Fast
and Freshman will also be at home for their openers, the Junior Varsity hosting scorers: Gerald Go dman, Thomas Breakers are in a solid first place
Gainesville Eastside on Thursday night, Sept. 17, and the 9th graders hosting I M Franklin, and WUbert Sewell. The with a 12-2 record., We Are Family
Baldwin Tuesday Sept. 29. Scorpions, with equal scoring from holds down second, the Striders are
: Johnny Boswell, Chris Thomas third, and the winless Speedville
Schedule'BHS
1981 Daren Chandler and Emmett Bombers are in last.
Vanity Oct. IS (Thur) at Gainesville HS Watkins are in second place with an This weekend's playoff tournament
Sept. 11 Baker Co. (H) Oct.23 North Marion((8) 1-4 record. opens with a 7:30: game Friday night,
Sept. 18 n Oct.30 Buchholz( ) The Ravens won their first four August 14, and continues Saturdayand
Sept.25 Palatka( ) Nov.6 UveOakH( ) games in a row, then lost their: next Sunday.
Oct.2 at Santa Fe Nov. 13 at EastsideOct. : 7..p -----
.9 at St.Autustine Nov.20 Middleburg

Forget Costly Delays -

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Machine Plays for World SpotIn American Has It

Bradenton this WeekendThis
"In Slock"Now.
weekend Florida state Softball champ Green Machine goes for what it's '
been aiming for all year- ticket to the ASA World tournament.The pav1 1
Hillandale Farms sponsored club, winner of the State Open title two j
weekends ago in West Palm Beach,heads back down south this weekend, going
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1 to Bradenton in search of a Southern Regional top-two finish. First or second is
a must if Machine is to advance to the World tourney which is slated for M fp;.
September 4-6 in North Carolina. ;
Machine coach Ronnie Thomas said Wednesday morning that his club is not :
in the best of shape heading into the pivotal tournament.Fred Winston,an addi-
tion from Jerry's Catering who led Machine in the power departments since
coming over in mid-season, had been declared ineligible because of participation Amirfcan'i Min ce, ivlolon, Lake City Branch torn added'In-
in Miami's metro league,and an appeal to Oklahoma City was still up in the duitrial and agricultural l bearing' M Mill at power ...............
air press time. Also, Thomas said Ken Carlton has ligament injuries in a wrist Item to our NlJ'larlina of mine, mill and contracting auppllai.' Callus
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MIQiIOa Jail --- collact for full detail Wo maka ra(ular woakly and M-waakly
and may not be able to swing his usually potent bat. Mlvariai crow North Florida
Thomas said chief opposition this weekend should be furnished by last year's Hot Action in Reno Rec. Summer Basketball
Region runnerup Niceville Raiders,along with Mobile, Alabama metro champs Thouumfc of II..
Southern Fasteners. He said American Fitness would be on hand as Jackson- Fastbreaking action is the name of the game In the Reno Rec.Summer Basket-
ville Metro representative plus Grahams of Orlando. "It'll probably be 10 or 12 ball League for 13-17 year olds.. Hund'" of TypaaProfanlonal
teams." Here Clifford Smith of the Jays rejects a shot by Levi Simmons In a Monday .
The only two clubs ranked ahead of Green Machine in the Alabama-Florida night game won by the Jays In overtime over the Ravens. Trailing the play Is and' ...ppllNew anirtane-. in application. and. uaa of aajulpmant .. -
Region Jerry's and Ken Sanders York Barbell have both gone "Super Timmy Tyson, number 20, while Gary Carter waits under the board for the rebound -
League" and have already qualified for World. Smith has already taken care of. anpandad Una of marehancNaa

corw.nl.nt.avkahenIf.Li.Clgr. Branch

I Cubs, Padres, and Expos Win Finales Night Playoff GamesThe ArnericanINDUSTRIAL


championship Cubs edged the the bases with one out and scored 5 and RESOURCES, INC
runnerup Royals 8-6 and the third runs to make it 8-2. The Royals fought Tammy Lynn, Donna Langley all and Mia, Cindy, and Ken all scored
place Padres and Expos also won as back as Lisa Tierney scored in the came rallied home twice as the. Padres twice to lead the Brewers past the A's D/B/A MINICO
the Jr. Softball league finished its fifth to top the Brewers. in last Wednesday's first tiebreakerto '
up on Johnny Jackson's base hit and
season with night playoff games last Randy, Robert, and Greg Party all Stacey Lloyd and Kenny Rasnick decide 4th through 6th. LAKE CITY BRANCH
led the losers with 2 .
Thursday, August 6. came home in the sixth to cut the runs apiece. Brewers 10 Expos 9 Industrial Park-Old Columbia City RoadP.
Cubs lead to 8-6. But Chuck Lizenbee Expos 13 A's 7 The Brewers won the right to 4th O. Box 1607
Jr. Softball made a catch of a long fly ball to end Mike Jackson tallied 3 runs and place as Cindy and Ken scored in the Lake City. Florida 3205S
the inning and the Cubs came back to Marcus Henry and Kim Case addedrl it bottom of the last to make the difference Telephone (904)752-7312
August (Night Garnet score three more runs in the bottom of 2 scores apiece to lead the.Expalpa.pU" in this close ballgame.< '. -.y..a., '.. ... 4""',..""" r '" J
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In a game that was close all! the Kevin Cogdill and Sanford scored 3 Ing eme. .0'C f, .oM l'II,lIit,s.
the Cubs took a 3-2 advantage when way runs for the winners and Marshall 2 A's, who got 3 runs tror9uhJla9yto.'
Jimmy Underbill's third-inning single while Tierney led the Royals with 2 Rowan,jumped out to a 3-OIeadtRoijIe-.*,
brought home Ricky Sanford and runs. top of the first before the Expos took
Mark Marshall and the first place Padres 14. Brewers 5 control with a 4-run second, innirtg.
Cubs led from that point on. Clenup hitter Richie O'Steen scored Brewers 14 A's. vote ForExperience
In the fourth inning the Cubs loaded 3 runs and Lori Sapp, Tara Marchant. Kimbo and Stanley tallied 3 runs

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Dear Fellow Citizens:, K1; ) > no I Jilt; O3HITO4IdoT ,
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This is my application to you for the positionrpf< CIt! ,CRorkl; seal bnouoy sod md.A AnV

My qualifications are as. follows'tw, ; .' kF 0' b.tiup.l t.niopo.'
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$ ,' t f .' I 'have'; n,:.":..' ; a'IICnel'nrs,1, y' otto, UO'f..",rime',..p'l'1.
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account V'lf V'Er1tJfe! vll.p'fmna} ..

\ has been IntheTOTcTbf accountrng"and !
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auditing."u Jpii, ,.
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rk I have twelve Yearl expeTleiK :!rp1"

r I 1 governmental accounting. .,rJr o 7n7, *'
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f "r'4 rtnnrt' tw df. ,:'Y ; "." 'l, ',. '\< A" i J'1 tant on the City: audit for the pa'sT'

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:'"' ;, I am familiar with the rules and regulations of the federal and state

.governments .
-. regarding our City.
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A Jr. Softball Scoring Squeeze i-

I Salina Norman of the league champion Cubs hat In hand, cher Roy Jackson to score a run just before the ball arrived ,I have resided Inside the city limits, of starke for the past twenty-two" |
squeezed In between Royal catcher James Qulette and pit in one of last week's night playoff games. years. *
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I Rascals and Zonkers Close Season With WinsThe if you you. ELECT me to be. your city Clerk, on September .8th' ., I pledge>.to'


victories Rascals as the and Tee-Ball Zonkers captured regular runs Peeps to lead the Zonkers past the the and Peeps Jamie Steve Barber, Amy Griffis, To do the very best Job I can by using my experience and knowledge
Redding had 3 ,
season was wrapped up Monday mor- Michael Hall and Eric Dampier added Tim Barber, Jeremy Hildebran runs and and to the best of my ability.T: :
j ning. Night games set for Tuesday, 2 scores for the winners while for Jeff Chitty had 2.
I I August 11, were rained out. To always remember the office of City Clerk belongs to the people,

.I' and that the door Is always open to every citizen. jr:

: TeeBallAugust a To have as only the of o4ice
Sffvlng NoftHaatt Florida my occupation. position city Clerk, as the

August 10 Is a full time Job. .;;';

Rascals 31 .. Crackers IS Bill Maths To Implement '.:
The league-leading Rascals poured it Heating the latest accounting methods and procedures.

on the Crackers with Rodney Padgett & Air Inc. .
Stephen Lewis, Stephen Murphy Conditioning, 1 TO operate the office In'a' professional manner. ::'
Sarah Cannon, Michael Rowell, and a.I .
Theresa Harley doing most of the :;894-7607 4732164Residence. \
:' damage with 4 'runs apiece. Dave Office I want to be your city Clerk. Vote. for experience and Qualifications'on

Fisher apiece.and Justin Jones added 3scores :I September 8th. I. :-it

For the Crackers Jason Welty >* Commercial .
Residential .
tallied 4 runs while Kim Nettles had 3. Respectfully, I' ,
and Brian Dobbins 2. :
Industrial
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ronkers 23- Peeps If' Nell L. Tucker ',

Kim Nettles Quinton Chism. Josht paM Political Mt
McClellan. Kathy Jackson. Marcus 605'W.. Madison) State w
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Life in Baseball's Minor Leagues Is Just Fine by Former Tornado Kenny Clark




The old line .Is thai pro basebaU's sonable Clark, a popular student at Yankees, and Pirate rookies pretty new contract. From what I hear only

minor leagues make for a'tough way BUS, said it's not as bad as he had much live, eat and sleep baseball. about seven"(off the Braves rookie

to make a living but for recent Bradford Clark on the rookie league: .;.whew, you feared. "It hasn't bothered me at aU "My roomates went to the lounge the roster) stay, Clark said. "So I don'tknow

High graduate Kenny Clark don't sit here and just take a cut. These guys being away from home" said Clark other night and got back late and they I have no idea whether I'll'BO to

things are going Just fine thank you up who )has been home for one weekend fined 'em I think$25," Kenny said last the Instructional League or not.

after a month and a half/ .t baseball's/ throw'heaters." and plans to come again for his 18th month, laughing as he added "I was But with his batting average one of

rooklf1eagu, level.' And: "...there's all kinds of things they're birthday Saturday, August 18. "The sound asleep." Every minute late to the club leaders and the fact that he's
stolen "around 10 bases" while get
costs he added and even
Clark, who was selected by the atmosphere get pretty monotonous practice $1 ,
to 'Atlanta Braves in June's major teaching us... there's 23 different cutoffs from around here you've got a routine but coming to the shower room without ting caught Just once Indications"are

eon league baseball draft, living the life the outfield ( relay throws)" it's alright.''1bat routine is this Kenny shower shoes makes a player poorer. the former Tornado is a "keeper.
on "
And if he's Invited to the Instruc-
said
$15 $25 something like that
of said for or
i.; : a minor leaguer with ,the Braves : up 8 a.m. breakfast on
bLli t! Gulf Coast Rookie League team in the field for practice from 9:30or: 10 to Kenny, who so far had escaped the tional League it'll be more living

..,<.KBradenton and said by> phone "it's caught it right on the end of, my throws) we've got to know... where 11, In for lunch and back out on the fines. sleeping, and eating baseball.D' .

really klnda fun." glove." He's also banged a triple to there was three or four at the high field for ballgamea five days a week lie said league play continues .

n: ';".i, On the field things started out a bit rightfield against a Texas pitcher that school. And hitting... whew, you don't starting at noon. After the games through August followed by a 2-3 week

'rough for the former BUS shortstop struck out 14 Braves and has sit up here and just take a cut. These which end around 3, and before break before top players from

!' .who missed the early portion of the solidified himself as one of the rookie guys throw heaters," he said of the curfew which Is midnightweeknlghts throughout the Braves system will be D

1 .ocampaign; wftha leg injury suffered Brave stalwarts, starting virtually fastballs."If it's not heaters then they 1 p.m. weekends, the invited back to the Instructional 'REALTYPhone

:t)11ID Atlanta. His first week back was an every game since the middle of Julyat ,can move the ball around." players are free to do whatever their league. Not everybody goes,as a mat ,., ,,

0-for-U struggler that had Kenny shortstop as the Braves have moved And of the curveballs Clark laughedand $71>>-800 a month salary allows. ter of fact many players will be dropped :- 964-7700

:..:. ;"wondering If I'd ever get a hit." But other slick fielders to second base. said "These curveballs break. Fines await the player who tampers after their first year in the pro s 393 N. Temple Avenue

'./-' he turned that around with a ft-for-18 Still Kenny also recognizes his needto Really there's not any curveball hit with the many rules restricting life at Clark: said.

\ .,:;\secund week that started an 11-game steadily improve. ters down here. Our batting Instructortells Pirate City, where the Braves, "At the end of the year you sign a *LOTS Various sites

*>". hitting streak and was hovering "Right before I made that good us just to lay off the curve until $500 dow... ...... 12 percent -

;:'./around the.300 mark when we phoned play I missed one routine play" said there's two strikes. So you wait on the on b.lanc.

him last week at the Braves rookie the former Hampton Lake resident. fastball and when you see it cut loose BUS Cross-Country Practice Starts Monday *4 BR. 2 IA with 800ft. en

.JWl.)league home at the Pirate City Com- "You've got to be able to make all the But these pitchers, most have three SR-IOO. 3 ml. from It.....

,!!;...plex in Bradenton. routine plays too. Right now the pitches and it's just a lot different." The first cross country meeting of Practices will be held once a day aLIKE TO FISH I Acre

,-,.*.., He's proud of the glory moments toughest thing I'm learning is to field Clark named only Corky Livers a 1981 will be held Monday, August 17, Monday through Friday next week with trailer. Access to

that have come so far in his young pro the ball out in front of me like they ,former Buchholz ace when asked 9:00: a.m. at the Bradford Middle with the time to be announced at Mon Crosby ,.....

baseball career, such as a play he want me to." about pitchers he faced locally who School gym. day's first meeting. After school *3 BR, 1 BA Corner lot.

made against a Kansas City Royal But the new fielding technique isn't compare with the throwers he s seeing Coach George Loper reminds all Interested starts Monday,August 24, the runners Ha some financing. Splc

rooke club, one he called "one of the. all that's new: now. BUS students boys and girls. will work out each day after school in 'NSpenCleenll.Evenlngst .

best plays I've ever made In "Oh boy, there's all kinds of things As a team the Brave rookies are should bring completed doctor's preparation for the team's first meet

ba ebaU.,r He explained: "There wasa they're teaching us," Clark gasped."I about in the middle of the pack in the forms and parent's permission slipsto a Saturday, September 19 run in the Please Call

line drive in the hole and I went was telling David (Sparks, a Rookie League, slumping after a 13-8 the first get-together. Also first- Kenny Invitational in Jacksonville.For V.rnl.Odom Broker

about two steps and just jumped as teamate at BHS) there's 23 different start to around the .500 level. time runners will need to bring birth further information call Loperat GRI Phone 94-547.

far as I could and high as I could and cutoffs from the outfield (on relay As for life off the field. the per- certificates. 964-5334.< J.I. KoIl,.Associate

lynn Davis,AssocIate
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L. al. ......... .. :...... ................... I'*Name**In*which*assess-**tc-.GILBERT.....S....BROWN. ofon,,,4..v.accld.nt. First.$500at .;.I ..the.same..said.placeat ....-,..ThaI.v..M..v..v.parcel of land.In......

CIVIL ACTION are required to serve o' NOTICE OF APPLICATION -1 100%. No deductible. 7.OO; P.M. an Ordinance the City of Slarke.
In the Circuit Court ad Cassandra Wallace.All CLERK by Beulah M.
NOTICE ... written
.. ol
Case No. .' of copy your FOR TAX DEED I Stop-La. Once a relating to: Florida bounded on
Circuit I
ALBERT F. YOUNG In Re: The Adoption of Eighth Judicial Brad- defense If any to It on NOTICE IS HEREBY ,' of said property Moody. subscriber has paid The reconing of the the West by Orange
Florida In and For In the County of Clerk of Circuit Court
being
has mode application E. WELTY.PlaIntiff' .
MARTELLA EUGENE Civil Action RICHARD GIVEN. that H.V. SAXON $1.OOO"out-of-pocket" ((2 following described Street on the South by
lord County Bradford State of of Bradford County
to the Bradford County MOORE attorney. the holder of the follow per family), all further property and amendingthe Call Street on the East
Case No.81339In Florida. Florida. 8/13 4tchg 9/3.
Zoning Board for whose address I I. 954
of ing certificates has filed covered expenses shall Comprehensive by Christian Street, and
rocknslflcatlon of the NOTICE OF SUIT re: The Marriage husband North Tempi Avenue, said certificate for a tax Unless such certificateor REQUESTS FOR be paid at 100% of Lond Use Plan to provide on the North by Francis
MATfOX. beredeemed
MARK D. certificate shall
property described NO PROPERTYTO P.O. Box 995 Starke. deed to be Issued PROPOSALSHEALTH usual customary that land currently Street (Francis Str..t -
below from OR to RO: andKATHERINE Florida 32091.. on or thereon. The certificate according tolaw INSURANCECITY reasonable charges for toned R-1C and never opened).

One ((1)) ocr. located : AMY, HILL address MATTOX. before the 8th' day ofSeptember numbers and year of Issuance the property described -! OF STARKE remainder of calendar designated by the plan Each and Every Person .

two miles North of unknown and wife 1981, and the descriptionof In such certificate! or\ Proposal, subject tospecificatIons Single Family Medium having an interest
Stark on the West side address NOTICE OF SUIT file the original with the certificate will be sold In this Invitation year. .
MARTELLA PICKETT, the property and the Dependent children Density be rezoned to whatever in the enactment
Hwy 301 In Section 3, NO PROPERTY clerk of this Court either to the highest bidder at will be receivedIn
unknown: MAT. ,name In which It wasassessed Covered to the end ol' RP and designatedResIdential of this proposed
Township 6 South ro: KATHERINE before service on Plain the court house door on the office of the City
follow In Professional ORDINANCE should
are a* : the calendar year appear -
Rang 22 East, out of HEREBY TOX 1556 Parker Drive, tiff' attorn.y or Immediately the 6th day of October. Clerk at City Hall
YOU ARE ;Ohio Certificate "0. 127. which they reach age 19 : the property of and be heard at
Parcel 1965 for NOTIFIED that an action Mayfleld. YOU Height ARE HEREBY thereafter: Year of Issuance 1979 1981. Stork. Florida, until or 23 if a full-time college O.K. Ely; J..I. L. the time and place
this 6th of
ResidentialAccountingOffice. Martella otherwise a default will Doted day 7:30 August 25,
for Adoption of that action Description of Property.SWv4 p.m. student. Young: Klert Sun. prescribed.By .
Eug.n. Hill has been filed NOTIFIED an of be entered against you August" 1981.GILBERT 1981. at which time and dusadee. Farm HomoAdmlni.tratlon. Albert L. Crosby

ThIs chong. In and you are requiredto for dissolution hat been marriage fllodagaln.t for the relief demandedIn \ of NE'/4. E* 2A In S. BROWN. place all proposals will CITY OF STARKE. c/o Jr.. Planning Zoning
Beulah M.
classification I I. subject serve 0 copy of your KATHERINE the Complaint. SW Cor 8. Ex RW also CLERK, by be opened. Ellse G. Pass D.Y. Coverston; RobertE. Official, City of Stark.,
to a public hearing to written d..n.... If any you WITNESS my hand and Parcel I SWVi of SE'/'. of Moody. Sealed envelopes Deputy Clerk Cutch.n: R.A. Florida. Itchg 8/13.
be held on Tu..day.Augu.t MATTOX and you or. required the seal 1 of this Court on Clerk of Circuit Court should be addressed to
to It. on the Plaintiffs at- of NEVi as Desc in OR Bk 8/13 Itchg Green Jr.; W.H.
25. 1981 at 7:30 and to serve a copy August. 1981. of Bradford County, the City Commissioners.Envelope .
torney. whose name defense. If 108 Pg 218 Dec OR Green; described as
p.m.. In the County address Is GEORGE H. your written to It. on 'h.plaIntiff' Gilbert S. Brown a* 108-218. Sec 32 Twp 6 S, Florida. 8/13 4tchg 9/3. should be PUBLIC NOTICEAn follow: _- i ___
Commission Room In PIERCE. P. p. Drawer any Clerk of the Court. By: NOTICE OF APPLICA- plainly marked "SEALED ORDINANCE

the Bradford County 1030.. ,Stork. Florida whole name* and attorney addre, Beulah Moody. Deputy R22.Name In which assessed TION FOR TAX DEED PROPOSAL FOR GROUP amending the Comprehensive I

Courthouse. At this :32091. and file the P. HARDY Clerk James A. Stelogean- NOTICE IS HEREBY INSURANCE" land Use ERA
DUDLEY
time all persons Interested original with the clerk of ,i. P.A. P.O. 8/06 4tchg 8/77 nls. GIVEN that W.J. Dodd. Thl. proposal I. for a Plan Element and Map
Hardy, FAULKNER
ierce
shall be heard the above styled court on Drawer 1030 Stark., NOTICE OF APPLICATION All of said property Jr. the holder of the package of group of the City of Starke
for or against the proposal benefit for the City of Florida. In accordancewith
or before August 24. Florida 32091 and file the FOR TAX DEED being In the County of following' certificate hat
as specified In 1981: otherwise a judge original with the clerk of NOTICE IS HEREBY Bradford State of filed Mid certificate fora Stark. personnel of the local Govern REALTY
the Zoning Cod. of b. entered deed to be issuedthereon which there ore approximately ment Comprehensive
ment may Florida. tax
the above styled court on that H.V. SAXON
Bradford County. for the reliefdemanded GIVEN Unless such certificateor The certificate 85 full time Planning Act of 1975. as
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against
you 6 ,
or before September the holder of the following -
L.M. Gain., Director. 9&4.50&S [B
for in Chapter
'' in the complaint 1981 otherwise a fudge- certificate hat filed certificate shall be number and year of Issuance employee provided
Bradford County ; The City oJ 163 of the Florida
or petition.Wltnes. mont be entered for tax redeemed according to 'fh* description:
aid certificate a
Zoning Board. 8/13 my hand and against may you for the relief d..d to be Issued I low th.property described of the property. and the reserve the right to refect Statutes ond Chapter 25. ,...'0'.

Itcha. I seal 1 of sold Court on July demanded In the cEnt thereon. The certificate In such certificate or names" 1n .WhIch It was any and all 'proposals Code Ordinances, City .. '... -

IN TNt CIR0JIL.COURE 20.1981., or petition. Jumbr qndveari of \.., certificate will be sold .....**'*?*We follows: to waive for.maIitied'aJcoI of Slorke M---, FJo'ldo." .. tlttJ,tcT'.i 221,Lafayette St. Acres from Wishbone'.
.... t akpoyer.
W.AtI. '
IIJ-AI| .aW4{ .I'1 (d'Cour'r. "' 11\1/1/ ...... 'sUcnCeh'1W'Ii...descrlptior lo meNgilOot brdf : No. 170. or 1fI" Office Space For Rent
.
all of and other interested -
: 1 of sold Court on of the property.'ond the I the court house door on E.rt"lca..wnc.l979 reject any or part .
Ot- FORD' Marian tonfvof proposal! a. they person OFFICI HOURSi
By? July 30. 1981GIlbert which It the .22nd day of Proper. any
In woe I
t ;tOUNTYt McRae, As Deputy Clerk. S. Brownr. As a name*.oed are a* follow: September. 1981. '"! may deem to be to the You and each of you Monday.Friday 9.4 Saturday"3

:!:;} CIVIL ACTION 7/30 4tchg 8/20 'Clerk of said Court By Certificate No. 101. Doted this 3rd day of That !Port of SEVi of best Interest of the City. are hereby and

%, ;to. No. 81-358 Marian McRae, a. Deputy Year of l..uonc.I979 August 1981. SW'/4 which lies W of St. SPECIFICATIONSLifetime herewith given noticein .2 S. t.24.900.
::1n ..: The Matter of the NOTICE OF Clerk of Proper. GILBERT; S. BROWN Rd. 325 8 Ely of RY Desc Maximum accordance with PULL CHICKEN ARM. 25 Ac. Make Offer.

&; doptlon of TABITHA INTENTIONTO 8/06 4tchg 827NOTICE Description. CLERK by Beulah M. OR 100-313 Ex Sly Vi OR 1000.000 Florida Statutes and ,.17'/ 103* STORE BUILDING. Call St. Good terms.

::;:;XYNN REHM REGISTER ty Com: .200 Ft W of NE Moody; 123-lVSec: 30 Twp 7 S, Deductible: per calendar City Ordinances.City of ,., AC. WITH HOMI. 2 barn and trailer hook-up

FICTITIOUS OF BID Cor of WV4 of NW/4 of Clerk of Circuit Courtof 1g. 22. year, $100. Stark, Florida. that ,., AC. PIUS off Farsyth load ....000.
NOTICE OF SUITSwtU.1IDS NAME The Bradford County SEVi of NE'/4 and Run S24S'WI09'N243'.EI09 Bradford County Name In which assessed Accumulation I the City Commission ofStork. OLD HOME beautiful tree en l9S'n29S' In Stark.l.SI .
x1; NO PROPERTY Board of County Com] Florida. 8/13 4tchg 9/3. Alvin D. Moore, & period 12 months .. Florida. hasdesignated .
,, AC. In Lawtey. Septic, well light pole.
Section will recolvesealed of
mlssloners cal
the
Pursuant to .' ; limit City
Family
Moor per
Marian : Jt .
bids for ((1)I) to POI Ex R/W Sec 28., APPLICATION I ', and .2 NICE BUILDING LOTS In Sterke.lir I
jO: ,86509. florida Statutes one NOTICE OF All of eald prOit year-i-Ai, Stark. Planning .
"notice, Is hereby given 1981 New 1/2 ton pickup Twp 6 S. R-22. FOR TAX DEED I being In the!,,, oi1itty, ,CeJnsurajKO 80/20 Zoning Commission to on US-301 US' deep with building.
1ddr.ss that the undersigned truck, bids to be openedAugust Name In which assessed NOTICE IS HEREBY I Bradford"iSt.t.. ol loom 4 Board- SemiPrivate conduct o public hearing ALMOST NEW 2 BR home on 4 acre
1981 at 8 P.M. Beatrice Preston. : OLDER FRAME HOMI on beautiful. ; 1 3/4 acre In
YOU ARE HEREBY CARL W.TORODE. 213 S.Ch.rry 19 GIVEN. that W.J. DODD Florida.I kVUnlets at a regular
TIllED that an action Street. Starke, In the County Commission ., All of aid property JR. the holder of the 'such'certlfkote'Covered Hospital 8 meeting to be held at Starke.IZAUTIFUL.
doW Room at the Bradford being In the County of has I BRICK VENEER home on 10 acre
Adoption of,Tobilham Florida sole owner of following certificates or certificate.'shall be Physician Expenses 7:30 p.m. in the City
Rehm has been Iogoin.t -' .no! County Courthouse.. Bradford. Stat. filed said certificate for'! redeemed .according to, Subject to deductible and Commission room. City UNUSUAL 3 BR home with mobile home hook.up

I and you Complete speclflcaons Florida. a tax deed to be Issued law the property described -Coinsurance. Payable ot Hall. Starke. Florida.on INCOME PRODUCING PROPERTY Good financing
you
t. required to serve a SHELL SERVE.wc
of your written 37 US 301. lawtey, at the Rood Departmentpl.812B numbers and year of Issuance certificate will be sold I ',_nable charges 1981 ond make a LARGE HOME. walking distance, to center of Starke
,, according to
9ty5' ll,?r 9 tfit10op-fr C;: North Grand law the described the descriptionof to the highest bidder at'.Maternity Care- Sam. recommendation to the .RICK STUCCO HOME recently. remodeled Good
nllff's'oTtorney, 'Sh .h. Th. Board property certificate the property and the the court house door on' as regular benefit 'for City Commission and price.

hoe. name and odRresi name und.J4i4h(1iLiJslons (:Xfierves the right to reject certificates In such will be soldto or name In which It was the 6th day of October';: employee' and spouse."Accident the City Commissionwill IIAUTIFUL 8 AC. NEAR LAKE 2 mobile home si.s

I Is DUDLEY P. HAR- of aforesaid any and all bids sub the highest bidder at assessed are as follows: 1981. ,' '' ., Care Chargespayable consider on Tuesday LARGI. COMFORTABLE HOMI In town on appro 1
,mitted. Certificate No. 128. within 90 days 1, 1981
Dated this 6th 'day 'ol September
r:3Iu: (;. 3tpwIJj Gilbert S. Brawn the court house door on Year of Issuance 1979Descrlotlon ere
Cr luju var of August J981' CONCRETI BLOCK 3 BR home In $30
G' .V4 Clerk to the Board the 22nd day of Prooer- .... YI 8/06 2tch9 8/13 September 1981. .I.S AC. ....r Klngsley lake. Septic, electric hook-up

IVMfi Doted this 3rd day of ty:lot 6 of Ilk 1 Ex N ISO lpN Bryan Real ESr and well

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. August 1981.GILBERT I S 226 In E.W. Hayes ; .3 BR, 2 IA DOUBUWIDI MH with Ingreund pool
0 I9ttHCIRCUIT! EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT S. BROWN. NEAR GRAHAM 20 Ac. tract of land SI500 per ecre.

COURT. EIGHTH OF FLORIDA. IN CLERK, by Beulah M. 6 SID 5 Ex R/W Sec 32. Twp 21 1 S. TEMPLE AVE. HANDYMAN SPECIAL 2 storefronts 2 apt. Good Investments
Rge-22.
itherwlse a Judgement JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OFFLORIDA. AND FOR BRADFORD Moody. .

be entered against IN AND FOR:9R20FORD COUNTY FLORIDA. Clerk of Circuit Courtof (.JS30J .4 ACRES rayigl&Jgfre. Market Road

0141mond : COUNTY," CIVIL ACTION Bradford County I ACROSS FROM SONNY'S BAR-B-Q) ONE ACRE with Daub e WI".. Hampton.
d In
tne.com- Case 81.345 Florida. 8/13 4tchg 9/3. I
|loinS or petition. t>! Case FIQRIDAr No. No. NEW LOCATION WE NEED LISTINGS .M ACRE PASTURE, pecans 2 Barns 3 BR home

] Witness my hand and ,In Re: The Marriage of YVONNE JESSIE NOTICE OF APPLICATION TERMS.
LfJIord Coorr oit SUZETTE FRANCESCA THOMAS and FOR TAX DEED 964-3788. ANYTIME SIX BUILDING LOTS-Bessent .0....

'-- .JI.,9aI., ELWOOD Peti RALPH THOMAS Plaintiffs NOTICE IS HEREBY fKIOAY y,-, p.m. SATURDAY -l2 .ACRES-Sponlsh, Style! h...... lawtey.
Gilbert S. Brown.kI.iIi. .tioner/Wife GIVEN that H.V. SAXON S.8 ACRES-A BAwfeivlth built..... S23.SOO
: As Clerk of sold and the holder of the following Evening and Sunday by appointmentKalph TWO IEDROOMttvcceGood rental investment

our$. By: MarIon KENNETH SCOTT v.MIL VIN LYEll nod certificate hat filed P. Bryan. REALTOR .2 BR FRAME with t acres, S29.SOO.

'Mclo.. A*Deputy Clerk. ELWOOD LORETTA LYELL. his wife, laid certificates for a tax .e..KI NUOHBORHOOOt 2bedroom. with convenience 54x24aubk 130 ACRES pasture,fish ponds fenced barns. TERMS.

/13 4tchg 9/3 Respondent/Husband. GEORGE W. MOYE and deed to be Issued .' 1 balk home. ..HOMMl. wide Country mettle. privacy...... 3 BR,city 2 betn. centre! heat/air .S24.900-3 II frame home. TERMS.
thereon. The certificate
ARE INVITED NOTICEOF ELSIE T. MOYE. Defer and of Isluance. fenced ...ck,.", nice with elec. built In I *.pllaitce*, specious 11/3 acres with TWO ACRES with mobile home hook-up.. 9500.
numbers .
The School Board of ACTION SCOTT dante, the year descriptionof I jj-j. t.... $34.840. plenty of ...... trees-owner financedprice 26000. I 9 OR 18 ACIIS-HWY 301. Ideal for shopping ctr.
; will TO;' KENNETH NOTICE OF ACTION .PULLET FARM-34 acres CI ho_.

Kjrodtord bids County swIll EIWOOD Current TO: MELVIN LYELL and the property. and the ORANOR STRUT S city $ 5.. 2 both block wIth carport and screened porch ONE ACRE Hwy 100 S. 5000. GOOD TERMS
on ond Address name In which it wo
S:2.c.lv.. 3r ni all ..choolggkafeterla Residence LORETTA LYELl Address W. assessed are a* follow: lot., owner flnenclni. CH/A. .lone ....1.. kitchen with plenty cabinets, nice BUILDERS HOME 3 5*. 2 IA en 2 ecres. Hwy. 16W
Unknown. GEORGE 14.300.BROOKLYN .
Unknown Reduced
to
financed $38.000. BROILER FARM-40 acres-Good IlICo_.
Augu.t 17. location ewner
; on ..YOU ARE HEREBY MOVE and ELSIE T. Certificate No. 27. .,., .
&&1981 at 7 P.M. Interested 'NOTIFIED that on action AddressUnknown Year of Issuance 1978 COUNTRY CLUB AREA-3 BR. 2 IA 31/4 acres
LAKE
individual I. may bid on for Dissolution of Marriage MOYE. Description of Proper. 1 Ap.pro.IMOt.ly $ ''.1 .......black home with fireplace,corner I.t. owner BESSINT ..0Ao2'0 BA. Brick-One ecre. EXCELLENT -
; : ecre encrystet
? Khool Each ..--... $27.800. TERMS.IPPCRSOrQQ.
all
of>e or : has been filed YOU ARE HEREBY ty iSM clear lake.Beautiful .
,
.diool must be listedgjfrieparotery of NWH of LOT 46N' |i9 Building let.STRAWBERRY .
?t against you In theroeoveityled 'I NOTIFIED that an action ,View. $27,009. let screened front porch. $22,500.
with school 3 M tram, comer
of
and /, of lot 48 In town
action
;: >> to foreclose a mortgageon ACRU-Brlck home whO acres
and the amount,, you"',ore requested to the following property lawtey E of RR Ex R/W I SAMPSON IAKI lOTl This .BUSINESS Twe Income producing properties Indowntown. .3 BR, r/j&ftllftXA. Close to schools.

ift'4 par .ful month.bidder must serve a copy of yourwrltt.n In Bradford County. Sec 23 Twp 5. R 22. lot ...*a*8 pet. eseumeklemortgag !Ideel for Investment er smell businesses. .4 ACRES STERN OAD-lorge frame house. S MH rental!
** If Name In which assessed .
defenses,
any. Florida: *. Plenty ef five* beth.
for
SfpcovWe ultable eon forSiwill to it, on D. WYATT Beginning at the .Willie J. Patricia B. and teed fishing tee. Owner will tell separate end flnence. $49.000" spaces.
. to be placed In at! for Brown .3 I.. 1 BA-Ralfofd ....000.
JOHNSON, Attorney Southwest corner of the $......
?)eoch location. Failure to Wife/Petitioner who. half of the SW1/4 of All of' said property Formerly Ho_Restaurant. US:301 South of lawtey. Aperei. .ORANGE ST.-' 1..1 IV. Beth.FIVI .
East
eop can wash area address .i i. Post 'CHIIce ''SE1/4, run East 248.6 being In the County of HANDYMAN t bsereamfrom 3400 e*. ft. Including! ..... with LR. 2 BR. end beth ACIES-Owner financing et 11 percent.
snatt be grounds CH/A. rest ream. 640 H. en UD :301. Plenty. of parking' .
of .1$.' ACRES US-JO South
,34cS.on, Box 656. Melrose feet:to the West boundary Bradford State homo In SteHie.evervtklist Hwy.
.="$: or volUIng' award with Florida. 32666. on or line ol State Rood Florida. 'I- lecetien. woli to .,...$118.808. .STORE BUILDING end !business Hwy. US-301 TERMS

:; ne return of money the 31st day of 200, Unless such certificateor MINI-STORAGE-Owner financing at 11 percent.Good In
person before 13 (formerly), now ). $10,880. Four furnished. rent.1!unit(could be home end 3 r.Mels! ).
shall be
;;R.Int.ro.tod August 1981. and, file thence run Northerly certificate eme.; .
' .
$650 50000. I I.LANDt4..roe
School rentel. mceme *
nwst have bids at the original with the along State Road right- redeemed according to .8 ACRESi pored Nellfremo. Pie 'AlM4. eppro CALL ST. Store Building. Now rented. Terms.

.dministration Office Clerk of this Court either of-way 650! feet, thencerun law the property described ... $12,000.'EXCELLENT 116.000. I .W1ST. Building lot.
In
ti'i-::! .later than 7 P.M.. before service on Peti, West 354.3 feet In such certificate or cIty NiceTtomeilfe.HWY .
el .......... 7000. PRATT T.
: 17. 1981. lid. $ ecre .lust out city sense .
tAugv.t tioner' Attorney or Immediately thence run South 80 feet. certificate will be sold best describe 3000. 101.$. Over 400ft. frontage. 3 Bldgs. Terms
be mailed to D. ..... teem Cfcerdi. 1.35 acres.
bidder
MOy COordinator.tlv.dfard thereafter) thence run East 3S4.3 to the highest at this 3 bedroom 2 beth LAWTEY ARfAl aere.. 2% oe..... 5000. App...... Iecreet ."./. ACRE farm en Brewnlee Rd.. 3 U. 2 IA brick kern..
:
.U.rgoa. County School otherwise a Default will feet to Stat. Road right. the court house door on __ Lerto Iu4. hoie 9000. .SEVERAL NtCI | ILDtNGLOTSONHWY.16W.

: be entered against of-way, thence along the 22nd day ofSeptember. storage 114I1141... centre It ,$3.000 e to
oirood Service. 582 North you 1981. US 391 .. II,weeded. 3 cres SK res per | ..BnO. Concrete
: ..
for the relief demandedIn right-of-way North 80 hoot end sir 142. .
A"velksble, end leke
: jTwmpt. Avenue Starke, Dated this 3rd day of Property en Crosby Klngsley
Florlda 32091. the petition. feet, being a strip 80 feet WI HAVE OTHER LISTINGS-CAU US FOR All YOUR RIAL
Thomal.CaeyJr. WITNESS my hand and wide off North (Id*'of August 1981.GILBERT BESSENT ROAD fewMbwlet. ESTATf NEEDS.I Apartment For Rent
t. S S. BROWN street, lets e.1tree.
the seal 1 of this Court on said above-described peved I
t?:j Suporln.nd.ntzc CLERK by Beulah M. Property Management Service*
$4,900.
;5 Bradford County School July 30. 1981.Gilbert .. property! situate In Sectlon I AFTER HOURS
8/13 S. Brown A* 7. Township 7.' Moody. Terry A.Oetne* 782.J988 Nevl.WerdBrefc Appraisal
8/06 2tchg
.. _$ _ _ .. Clerk of the Court, By:. South, Rang 22 East Clerk of Circuit Courtof Key c.Wter -964.4941Illeen Unl* tCP.r.eii DevtdDyel lnItorlSee.OfIIMM..I" ..- Susan M.' ._,-..ALTOR-944-S04S
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Bradford! County ./$ .
Beuloh M. 'Moody a* save and excepting Stanley-47VMUPetty AMMIota .
N. THS CIRCUIT COURT 9447414at. Irene L. '_Ik_.RIALTORAOcIATI.94,4.$153'LucIlls
Florida. 8/13 4tchg 9/3. ....
Clerk. therefrom 301 road lew ee-944927Cemer .IJH
Of THE EIGHTH JUDICIAL Deputy Sery BROKER SALISMAN-944-84M
;1c1RCurT IN AND FOR 7/30 4chg 8/20. right-of-way, has beenfiled : ef U.S.Ml Se** 9644318 Allsen Grevdon-SAllSMAN-944-S1S

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Cooperate, Don't Litigate: Sura-erne Court Rules On Courthouse Space Dispute I

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Next step in the stalemated cour- judge and the county commission and what is necessary quarters and i I' then responded unilaterally to land might endanger witnesses Judge anxious to work out a solution to the
thouse space dispute is to approachthe began Monday Aug. 1. after hearingof space for the court system. Hardy protect their existing interest. (Yawn said In his injunction. Yawn space problem and are hopeful that
new chief judge of the Eighth the Supreme Court ruling to once said, referring to the District Court's "When administrative views bet- baaed his stand on the doctrine of In- new Chief Judge Tench will work wttS
Judicial Circuit, Judge Benjamin again look forward to solving the ruling. ween two governmental branches herent powers of the court, powers them.. _
Tench, the County Commission was long-stalemated space allocation.By The county commission and judgesin conflict, we think the public Interest not specifically assigned the court in Problem still revolves adequate
told Monday, Aug. 3, by county attorney their meeting Monday Aug. 3, the Eighth Circuit should try will best be served by the public of- law or the Constitution but a court space for the state attorney
Dudley Hardy. county officials had not received peaceably to work out their differences ficials of each branch resolving differences 'doctrine which states a court must whose case load in Bradford Is ...-
Cooperation is preferable to litigation copies of the Friday July 31, ruling over courthouse space but In the spirit of cooperation, have power to operate efficiently.The tinually growing becas of not
the Florida Supreme Court by the Supreme Court. Commissioner an impartial judge should be called in recognizing the duties obligations count sought relief from litigation by Bradford residents aid
stated Friday,July 31,in a 6-1 opinionon Maxie Carter said he'd read in the to resolve things if they cannot, the and responsibilities of the other. Only ,Judge Yawn s injunction from the the Florida State Prison.
an appeal by Circuit Judge Theron paper the high court had ruled, and state Supreme Court ruling stated when that is not possible should a First District Court of Appeals, which The load will continue 'to grow'
Yawn, the former county judge who, asked Attorney Hardy if he'd had any While upholding the First District court proceeding commence which ordered a fact-finding hearing beforea predicted County Judge Elsie
disputes the county's right to word. Court of Appeals,which ruled basically affords an opportunity for all Interested judge from another circuit. The Sanders in an informal discussion
unilaterally reallocate space in the "That's alii know," Hardy said, I in favor of the county commission, parties to be heard." district court basically upheld the with the county commissioners ...-
second floor legal complex without referring to the Friday July 31, article the Supreme Court said cooperation The Supreme Court said if the county county's viewpoint. day. Judge Sanders said however
consulting the circuit court. Yawn in the Florida TimesUnion."I between the two branches of government desires it can have a hearing! Judge Yawn then appealed to the the public defender does not want to
was county judge for 20 years and think what it means is we won is preferable to litagatlon. judge from outside the circuit gee Supreme Court when the District be housed in the courthouse:
designed Bradford's legal complex the battle but not the war," Hardy "In the instant case, the county warned the burden would be on Court sent the case back for a hearing The grand jury room still was a
one of the best in the state for a small told the commissioners.Key commission acted unilaterally to county to prove the court does not by a judge outside the circuit. target of any space reallocation in the
county. to the issue is to distinguish the reallocate court-used space" the need the space. County Commissioners are now ,discussion Monday.
Yawn, however, is no longer chief difference between what Is desirable Supreme Court opinion said.' "The The county has been stymied since
July 1978 by former Chief Judge
Theron A. Yawn who issued a perma- Pressure TestCity
nent injunction to prohibit the com-

Over $32,000 Cut From DepartmentsAt second mission floor from reassigning legal complex space for in purposes the of Starke to Test Gas Pressure

other than planned in 1969 when
the courthouse was built. The Starke Natural Gas Department is going to raise its

The dispute involves the county'sattempt gas pressure on August 17, 1981. We expect no problems of
to erect walls in the present
First Starke Budget Workshop grand jury room for space for the any kind. However, if you smell a heavy concentration of gas
state attorney. Court rooms Including odor please phone 964-5361, and a serviceman will be sent to
the grand jury room, are investigate immediately.
Starke department heads were able have to have police standards as the elected official. They agreed ((designed for court purposes, and
to cut over $32,000 from original Starke force will no longer be trainingnew therefore, to keep the new clerk at the don't readily lend themselves to other Bob Patterson'Gas
recommended spending estimates at officers. same salary of$21,437 annually.All purposes. Lack of a grand jury room Dept. Supt.
the first budget work session Monday The budget allows $4,500 for over- could affect secrecy of proceedings
night, Aug. 10, but the amounts approved time for radio dispatchers only so the budgets adopted are still ten-
by the city commission are another person would rot have to be tative.' Two more budget meetings
still tentative. added to the payroll. will be held on Aug. 18 and Aug. 25.
The Commission agreed to give The police department's utility bill
almost all city employees a 5 percentcost will also be cut, Crosby said.
of living increase. Finance Com- How conservation
mittee Chairman Jimmy Crosby sug- Utility Supt. Merrill Dees cut the In other business,the Commission: can
gested employees who have done budget for streets and highways from
more than satisfactory will be givenan $174,000 to$162,000. Half of the$12,000cut Hired attorney Leonard E.
additional 1 or 2 percent merit in- came from deleting $6,000 for a Ireland, Jr., from Gainesville to serve die best interests
crease, and those who have performed new truck which is budgeted already represent them in the suit filed by
poorly be given no increase. The for the current fiscal year. Powell Estate and Stokes and Com-
average wage increase for state Other cuts came from funds for pany of Jacksonville asking the circuit ofbothFPL
employees was 6.75 percent. roads and bridges,cut from$14,000 to court to order the City of Starke
$10,000 and a $2.000 cut from $15,000 and Planning and Zoning Director AI ,
Fire Chief Bobby Lewis was able to to$13,000 in special work force funds. Crosby to issue a building permit and '
cut $4,800 from his original recommended The total amount budgeted for the approve a site plan for a 36-unlt'apart- andIts customers
budget of $150,824, and the
administrative fund ment house complex on Bessent' ,
was $269,525. No
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Commission unanimously adopted all changes were made to t this budget. Road. The suit was fiI*<*!M?HMS$; '! ., ,
of his changes. They included cutting Aug. 3. 4.t OTp\B ion*- _.. .. '-'
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money for volunteers from $4,500 to Commissioners decided that when" ," '" '
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$3,000, overtime pay from $7,178 to paying the City Clerk, the city Is pay- Agreed to accept
$5,678, fire hoses from$2.500 to$1,500, ing a position and not the person who ing of Eculid Street. Bidsdvill'l18Kcepted problems at some of our plants.Where.
house repairs from $1,500 to $1,000, holds that position since it is an until noon, Aug. 25. n'I
and gas, oil and truck repairs from we can exercise control we do it. For ex-
$1,500 to $1,200.Commissioners. ample before we use oil'we use all our

also discussed other less-costly generating sources-
possibly cutting for radio
money
maintenance from $600 to $300, and nuclear natural gas, and coalgeneratedpower
asked Chief Lewis to look into buyinga 4 from other utilities brought into
washer/dryer for the fire depart- the state by transmission lines.
ment. Currently, the department'slinens .
are done by Dixie Linen Ser- helP. If we use less electricity won't
vice for $1,500.Finance .
Committee Chairman FPL just raise our rates? Nu.\Mx\

Crosby said utilities probably will be adding more than JOOronewClllkIln&D
cut by about $400 because electricitywill
again be billed at cost.03 per country a year and the trvenuei from these=--

KWH.instead of at the commercialrate our tomershelp4I etanyntticrtoetsdlicHtaltls:
of$09. All other deparments will robe which may be Jue t...rMerwacian l"r"
also have to cut funds budgeted for p :
untilites. energV t.800kAnd existing custOtn 'l. Inflation" fad

pc rvioe....B. remain the naj
Police Chief Jimmy Bowen was YOur higlacf Glens fltaat4nel's.. :',
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able to cut his original recommendation ,
of $318,379 by $15,498, and the Bob Tallon, FPL Executive Vice President, What Is FPL4"' 1u lUI. I .'
Commission agreed. with the Van "
with ourEnergy CompanyConservation a "
Bowen's main cut came from overtone mobile exhibit of energy saving tips. f urn? Many.....- n ngsuppurbiltg ...
expenses, budgeted at $13,000. Efficient'' teseawli fatto fi utunc caetgf
Overtime pa> for police officers was
completely eliminated.Most sources! tan h at*dLu; to making our : '

police officers' overtime is for irl ool Is conservation really necessary? plants even monecffiicicnt. ..jo* *. 1 i ii

time.pent in court. Starke's police officers Yes.We know that many of our three examples: ; '.
have agreed to go to court for HEATING a COOLING JL PRODUCTS have been working hard .
customers to Newly-designedhlrinasinonsy
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the amount given them by the court *-:? 33?
and to accept travel allowances given conserve electricity and its importantto use less fuel and will..over lt ,QX) :: '::;7;.
them by the court. They have agreed continue with this effort for three. barrels of oil this year. The purchme if *K'.': t
ti. take of their
care own laundry also.
Officers have been given a pay Increase r main reasons: coal-generated power will save nearly:3: ::-
to help compensate for not be- First, it will help you gain control 2,000,000 barrels of oil this year. Our ;::,,=.::;::

ing paid overtime,and all have signeda over your use of electricity. And a' nuclear plants produce electricity at a ;....:_:,;:

policy statement, Bowen agreeing said. to the new Heat kilowatt hour not used is one you don't much lower cost than do conventional c-;;nf'ff

Crosby said"going the old route"of pay for. plants, and their fuel costs are much :
paying overtime instead of increasing Pump: Second it reduces our dependenceon !lower. Since nuclear operations beganin '
salaries would the :
cost
city $15,000 to
$16.000 more.. oil,which is both expensive and 1972, our three nuclear units have : ;.k:
Crosby also said that overtime vulnerable to interruption. If customersuse saved the equivalent'of over one hun :::.:-:.

the always runs and higher than allowed in less electricity we need less oil to dred and thirty million barrels of fuel .:_ :_;...;....'
"We budget never, did Bowen know agreed.how much .................................. generate part of that electricity. oil.That's about 1.6 billion dollars in fuel 0

overtime pay was going to be," ..: .: Third, it'can help limit the need to costs our customers did not have to pay. .
a
Bowen said. $ N ,
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build
costly plants.
.new generating
990 '
Bowen said any new member of the from : i. Will FPL help me Conserve? Ab .,
police force will have to accept what o.'E; I'm solutely. FPL offers home and businesso+uwra:
current officers have accepted: ...... ........................ already conserving electricity !
already. After Oct. I,new officers will includes.... but my bill is still going up.Why?' energy audits, the Watt-Wise.Living TM i

be paid $12,500. They will already Mainly because of things neither you program new home construction, 3

control. Like the of and several other programs to help you :r* t
ACT Test RequiredFor Z-Ton Heat Pump nor we can cost And
,', OPEC fuel oil inflation weather conserve. many new programs, "
New SFCC Students extremes -
5 supply Ducts and unexpected mechanicalS panned! for the corning years as part of *'55s 1 ; 5rf

I All students entering Santa Fe 1 Return Duct FPLs "Energy Management Plan for the,, :*- >gjtfs
Community College for the first time 5 '80s". In addition :
this Fall MUST take the ACT Assess- (Electrical work or add duct extra .' we're continually: 5
ment Test to be offered by the Collegeat ;, giving our customers conservation suggestions :.'t:: E

Bradford High School in the libraryon 4j folders and.other forms of g
Tuesday, August 18. o
The Results of the ACT will be usedto commun ications. J:
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determine placement in Santa Fe's i A 8 For more information about; a home J
English and math classes. 964-87aa 's 011ssx( ) energy audit or other ways to conserve ---
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be used students '4.,' : ,contact your local FPL, office., We're
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Test will begin on August 18 at H mmmmimmifHHHm mmmfmmi r 1
9:00: a.m. and will last for 3 hours.
Santa Fe Community College Fall Hayes Electric '
Term classes begin on Aug. 26. J f M A M J J A SON D
Registration is now going on daily 'nn& *MId ranc.t
from 8:00: a.m.-3:30 p.m. at the SFCC ': comparison tlwe-mofflh periods show*the Impact 1= =1.
Starke Center in Bradford ,High & Air Conditioning of tort(04 on Ms.(AI)Jat-... 7,4 mtflon barwls. 1
School. $255 melon (B)June-Aog,14.8 mHlon barrels.
For further information call SFCC 355 N. Temple, Starke $450 mtfloo.AnmuftK" accounts tor 58%of Pli ,
Starke Center at 9645382. generation. FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY0"0


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,by'Julia Howard4- Out-of-town customers say there everything had to be mixed by hand. people bought it. But now is sells
i., : isn't any other bakery around like the He was a baker in the Navy and the quickly and one lady buys six loaves a
Staff
BCT Writer Hufflngtons started their own shop in -
one in Starke. They cannot get what week.
The Pastry Shop on Call Street sells'rtrell they want from bakeries near home. 1964. Before then, Mrs. Huffington
over 3,000 cakes per yeat; but co-: had baked only for their home.
,owner Mrs. Bernard Huffington said Some Pastry Shop customers have A bakery is able to obtain lots of In-
some people tat Starke ;do not even 'asked the Huffington's "Why .don't Their first bakery was in Bloom- gredients through bakery supply
.know there Is a bakery In town ''you move your shop from here to ington, III. Then they moved to houses that are not sold in a grocery
Jacksonville. You'll have a bigger Sarasota and opened a bakery there. store. Christine Huffington said the
./rMr. and Mrs.. Huffington came to; business" but Mrs. Huffington said After selling that shop. Mr. Huff closest supplier of some of their ingredients I
/ 'Starke four years ago and opened the ,, she tells them "That is not what we'' ington managed an in-store bakery is Memphis, TN. Sometimes
Pastry Shop. Their daughter; customers will buy just cake from the
want. We like to do all our own bak. before they came to Starke.
Christine joined them over 'a yea( ing." Pastry Shop, or just icing because
ago bought into the business and is a they have their own special recipe for
full partner. Baking begins between 3 and 4:30: "We didn't expect this much the other part. Home decorating tools
morning and the Pastry Shop business when we moved to Starke. are sold at the Pastry Shop also.
Mrs. Huffington said they wanted tl)' every always has glazed doughnuts by 6:30: The first daywe,, opened we didn't
move to a small town so they looked when it for the day. Cake even have'.the",.lights on, but a
around and ,decided to 'come to opens earlier.than the' customer came in," Mrs. Huffington The Huffingtons enjoy living in
ready
doughnuts are
Starke.They had grown up in a small. glazed ones, which have to rise:This said. ;;*,; Starke and they like the people here
niceas
u "Most people in Starke are very
town ifl 1 Illinois. I takes in cold weather.
longer
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to they
long as you try get
,II I I Thel lICflngtdlU had a bakery in a;>' Mrs. Huffingtoni said she> would The Pastry Shop sells a little bit of want,' Mrs. Huffington said. "They
I, i larg0tltownBldomingten!; 111-:\'t classify the Pastry Shop as a mid-'' everything and if a customer requests like things that taste good, but they
,t W tS I previd ly, but didn't,enjoy it. They ,west type of bakery,which has mostly something the Huffington's do don't go for real exotic things."
i like to do all of their'own baking, and [German..style baked goods. An not usually make, they are always
I' ,didn't want the business to get out of .|Eastern bakery is another type,and it
hand. r usually concentrates on Jewish-style willing to try something new. They The Huffingtons don't have any par
.. J baked goods. Mrs Huffington said made pita (pocket) bread last week ticular specialties-everything is
I, I I t' In this town, they have been very many of these require special ovens. for the first time and it tasted good-and Instead' concentrate on
I" !)'II I S Itl, 1I 1 .successful Mrs.Huffington said. "We delicious. what they sell lots of and what they
II" 'I "i'' ijif\ ;, In'Jlil j-ifl', <;>.)r[ :didn't expect to>> be doing this much Mr. Huffington began making enjoy baking. But Mrs. Huffington
'''iiiliKti-'juii-t I / )tt l'1 iidlritU)?. business when we moved to Starke pastries,when he was..14 years''old. Huffington said when they first said they are always looking for
'M'.rl t tw'f'{ >Ti'ti'i!' ;I'f"\I! iu'i'i( l!| | hif1!*'-.," &;;:'''lt'i 1+ '. It;and not all of our customers are local. before mixers were Invented'land started selling salt rising bread few something different.
:' i';i I\> m ')(i'1 i [They come from Orange Park
I"!iia>I llu'rt//f.b h' d 1.J'1 I I .i-i!I' 1 i.i I Gainesville and Jacksonville as wellas
I- i' I I 't II'p' 1 4 Macclenny Hawthorne Waldo -=--,
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t A Beautiful Cakein,1, ;, .minutes... Mrs. 'Hoffington! 'said there'Is one ." ,. \ '

(...Christine ftuffingtoil does'most of the decorating for the Pastry Shop on Call lady from Brunswick, GA., who stops I I. ,. y.r
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V street. The Pa.ty;Shopi"'akel'wf:1I' over 3000 cakes per year which means an in every. time abe.comes ;through lot. '11 I V
/vet This cake decorated with town. "I wouldn't call her a regular '
I average of 14 cakes1 per day; wedding was swans I. ',.
columns and.ttwirls.;'and In about 15 minutes it was ready to go. customer,'but she stocks up when she ,, !
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Kids all love a parade (and adults, clipped out and mailed In as soon as Handsome trophies will be awarded T
too) especially a parade with the possible. The same blank may be used in various categories of the Dog Show.. S Ct .L. ,r. ..
one and only Ronald McDonald to enter the Talent.Show and Dog in which children under 12 years of

leading It all the way from downtownStarke ,. .Show........ '.. .. age may enter their canine pets. i
{\ lathe"Fairgrounds,;.;';: .. .= 1.* 'iw :... ... .. ...... .'

This is what's in store for fun-lovers ptst Don't DelayGetting Cash prizes for the floats and Talent .....
Show are: 1st place $50 2nd
Fido ; place
of all ages when the Bradford County -
125 and 3rd
place $15. "
Hospital staff stages its second an- Ready 'for Show ; ; <<
nual Community Carnival and Health .. -
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and lots more. available at all local schools: Brad-
ford County Library and the Brad Lots more goodies...
It's never too soon to start work on ford County Telegraph. For further ..The Pastry Shop offers a wide Rejection baked goods cOllie back fur more because they caiinotgrt what ilu. ,
planning float for this big event, r information contact the Carnival ;\'n. lluf
your Customers come from all over to sample them and then want lit bakeries near home Nngloii says
for the better your float the more apt Committee at 9644000.

it is to win one of the valuable awards.Any .....0.................................................... .....................
business civic club church P
school or other Individual or organization ., AU registrations must be in by .-l\. Quantity Rights Rs rv.d .(>_
planning to enter a float should do September 11, so don't delay. Get .o # l /e
so NOW-an entry blank for this purpose your registrations in.now and be e 4e
is printed below and should be. prepared to become a prize winner! Starke's OihQ '.
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Featuring U.SD.fChoice Iowa Beef

C' Paramount Poultry Swift's Pork j j
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'SUan csskinsStarke Louise NewmanStarke ,

To The Following People For ''Making' Last Weekend's X651 V' t" Judy Garver -Starke Cindy StarlingRaiford


'Games Enjoyablo'.and;! Fun For All Rebanca ChaffStarke Lee -Starke Bertha NewsomeStarke
Shllynn Romilda Pippin -Starke .

Ronnie Thomas

Robinson FRYERS LbS9T
Gary Ba9Whole/ Only. . . . . . . . . .. . .
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,* All Teams ').... Stew Beef 1"

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; -. All Who Helped....., Smoked Pork Chops ; I99

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'Special' Thanks To The Following Merchants ,' .

'r. .". ',. For Prizes: v, \ Ground Beef . .. .. .:. . .. .,. .... ... .: .. .,. 139Fresh
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2. Gas Fish Cooker Sawyer.Slade Gas "

) 3. $25 Gift Cert. Stumps Dept: Store: Smoked Sausage 179Milk
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4. $25 Gift Cert. Sears '

5. $25 Gift Cert. Dudley's Western Duds .l79

6. Dinner for Four Pizza Hut '' i Lo Fot ...'. . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . .. .. Gal.

V 7. Free Hamburgers Wendy's "
44! ,,' Open 8 a.m. til 6 p.m. Mon. thru Sat.: Friday Night til 8 p.m.
Starke Firestone. ,
8. Oil, Filter & Lube Sunday reserved for Church runBUTCHER '

9. Free. Front 'End Align, Starke Firestone

10. $25; Gift Cert. Bret & Jerry's .

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SELECTED SKINNED SUCED(CUBIO$1.39 LB.) STEW MEAT '. .. LL 2M PORK CHOPS uTALMADCE $ SAUSAGE .. .HOT. La, $14'
BEEF USDA INSPECTED BEEP BRAND SUCED!
LAND 0 FROST
LiVER 9ge SHORT RIBS .'. ,.,;.. .. 17f ,CHICKEN BOLOGNA '' ?.59 TURKEY .IAM SMOKED 410. .6.lI..AVG.. WGY.. $199
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k CORNED BEEF . La. $2:4': CHICKEN FRANKS V&: 79 SMOKED. .MEAT . v'59c
USDA CHOICE FRESH HYGRADE BAlt PARK: RICUtAR OR GWAITNEY
PINKY PIG U ISH QUAKTIR SLICED ASSORTIO LEG 0' LAMB .... u.f4" BEEF FRANKS i. 1" GREAT DOGS . ? $1'"+
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Fish Sticks 9*. $|29 12.PI( $149 Food 12'0.. I QUALITY, FLAVOR AUD vaRIETY
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'\., MORTON BOIL N BAO BEEF PAUIB! SLICED BEEP SUPERBRAND ORANGE SUPERBRAND BOX LOAF _
SLICED TURKEY SLOPPY JOE & C Bars 12.PI' $!4f Cheese Food ftft $ ; AND YOU'LL
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:? Wm. Joseph Thomas Mae Tetstone McDavid of Brooker': make contributions to the Alachua ,;. Gainesville. In lieu of flowers please My sincere thanks to friends one, L.V. Waters. Thanks also to the
and friends who
McDavid, make contributions to Alachua and relatives and good people I don't family helped out
General
his mother Atha
,Mary Dyal Hospital "Hospice" pro-
if Wm. Joe his illness. These kindnesseswill
VSs Thomas 70, of Grove St., General during
know for
Hospital "Hospice" the cards and beautiful
;;::.:- Keystone Heights, died Monday, of High Springs; one daughter,Debra gram. program always be remembered.
I flowers. Most of all the for
McDavid of Minneapolis, Minn. one prayers
;
3 In Cross Waters
August Holy in FamllyolLV.
'' Hospital son, James Robert McDavid Jr. of Mrs. R. Titus my recovery both In and out of North
Myrtle
I" Lake
w M Salt City, Utah from Injuries
; Miss Suzanne Belote
Regional Hospital, please keep
received in a fall. He was vacationing Concord, N.H.-one step-son, Shane I Mrs. Myrtle Rountree Titus, 66, of pray-
I::; when the accident occurred. Lopez McRae of Brooker; one ,Starke, died early Wednesday morning -- Miss Suzanne Belote, age 28, who ing. It helps. In Loving MemoryIn
brother, Ray McDavid of Higll Spi. I lived at Keystone Heights, Fla., died Bertie McKinney
w:=: Mr. Thomas had lived in Keystone : at her home following an extended Loving Memory of our mother
:: for S years, having retired from the ings; and two sisters, Katherine yiutess, 'I.} atthe residence Sunday night,Aug.9. Mrs. Margaret Albert McCloud who
:: motel-restaurant business in Cortez, Thomas and Mary Louise Woods' ,, Born In Orange Heights, Fla. Mrs. (! j ol'1)ln Palatka Aug. 13,1952, Miss departed this life August 14, 1974.
::: Colorado. He was life member of the both of High Springs. \ Titus had lived in Live Oak;moving to raised in KeystoneHeights 'We would like to express our thanksto There is a place where troubles end,
:: Elks, and an active member of the Funeral services were held, Cadillac,. Mich., for about :to years t graduating from' Keystone all our family, friends, and A place where worries cease,
12 at Antioch Bap High School in 1970. She lived in I
Wednesday, Aug Hgts.
: Golf Starke where she has j
w Keystone Heights & Country and returned to neighbors for the floral ar- A land where there Is no more care
:: ,Club and the Keystone Heights Shrine tist Church, LaCrosse with Rev. resided for the past 29:years. She was,, Ft.Pierce for 7 years, moving back to rangements, food, and expressions of A realm of joy and peace '
Hank Hahn conducting the services. 1 Miss Belote
Keystone was
: .- Club. a member of the Morgan Road Bap year ago. loss loved Mrs.Elnora Cannon and family
I sympathy during the of our
Burial In Antioch Cemetery, former Lab Technician in doctor'sclinic I
M ,::- Survivors include) : his wife, Grace; was I tist Church. .a a
: LaCrosse, under the care of Williams, and was. member of the Bap-
;: ,B one son, Don Thomas of Keystone Survivors include: her husband,
.:: "-3!: Heights; one daughter, Joan Michel Thomas Funeral Home, Gainesville t t Bryce Titus, Starke; one daughter, tist Faith ''Martie's
:: of Pacific Palisades, Calif and 5 ; Mrs Jane! Triest, Keystone Heights; Survivors include: her parents, Body Shop
Col Emma Vogel i WB. (Bill) and Nita Crosby: Belote,
;: .grandchildren. I' two sons,.Tom Titus, Columbus, Ga., sit
:: : Masonic,,Services were conducted Col. Emma Vogel, 91, retired chiefof I 'Nand Bryce Titus, ,II, Starke; four Jr. of Keystone Heights; two 231 s. 496-2679 ,
: August 5 in Buhl); Idaho. the Army Women's Medical' ssisters, Mrs. Ina Fultz, Orange brothers Bill Belote, III and Kenny Lake Butler
:: ; The requests any donationsto Specialist Corps, died Saturday; {.jHelghtsMrs.; Dorothy Phil pot, Belote, both of Keystone; one sister,
be family the Keystone Heights August 8, in St. Petersburg.A '.WUlTston.JMrs.( Opal Brown,,Melrose Renee Wilson'of Naples; grandmothers Paint g
;s Shrine Club, Crippled Children's native of Mankato, Minn., Col. r find Mrs. Beth Sharp, Orlando; two' Mrs. Mary Crosby of Foley Dupont Acrylic
[: Fund. was a resident of KeystoneHefghts ;brothers>on Rountree, Orlando and Ala? and Mrs. Marion Belote of Bainbridge -* Exteriorw
.- T : following her retirement In ''Thomas C. Rountree Gainesville; Ga.Funeral Complete
.. Jack Harry Eddy 1951. She later lived in Melrose until .'and three grandchildren.: services were held at 2 Rear Sliding 699B

:: Jack Harry Eddy! 53,of Gainesville 1975. ;,?Funeral'services will conducted p,m. Wednesday, Aug.Jones 12, In the Glass Window Reg.*95. : $15995 \
Funeral'lIome
of DeWitt C.
:: died Sunday at Alachua General Col. Vogel entered Army service llit{j ,at U:00a.m., Friday Aug. 14, at the chapel $250.
Rev. Steve Cretin officiating. Reg.
with,
1919 and while stationed at Walter Chapel of Archie, Tanner Funeral' ::
= Hospital ,
: following an extended 11-
;: mess Reed Hospital was instrumental, in', Home with Rev. James T. Parrish of- .' Interment was In the family We Do All Types Of Glass Work G
:: Born In Waldo; Mr. Eddy was a establishing the first post-World War I I ficiating. Burial will.;be in' Crosby plot in Keystone Heights Cemetery. II
-:: ,. J felong resident of the area. He was a I physical therapy course in the, 'Lake Cemetery with'AJcl; e' Tanner ,
':: i member of Moose Lodge 1140 and attended United States.In 1943 she was the left(.. Funeral Home in Starke charge/ of(
'., Rock physical therapist to be commission,, J arrangements. R.L. Coleman Jr
Primitive Baptist
,:; : Church. ed in the Army with the rank of major"and Announcing the Opening I
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; Survivors include: :one, daughter, later became the first director of, Mr. Robbie Ward R.L. "Bob" Coleman Jr., died July
,-' Mrs. BonnieShiawne: Mai nor, the Women's Medical Specialist I I I 1 Mr. Robbie Ward 17 of Brooker., 29! in Fairbanks Alaska, after a heart
:; Gainesville; two sons Jack H. Eddy, Corps. died Monday at Alachua GeneralHospital.following.aSunday attack. He was 49. of i
=: Jr.;Alachua and Randall Scott Eddy. Glenn F. Spradlin night A Gainesville native, Mr. Coleman
: "- Gainesville; one brother, :John Willie I Glenn F. Spradlin 35, of Brooker, auto accident near LaCrosse,, 'moved from Helena, Mont.:; to Fairbanks -
:::: Eddy, Gainesville and onesister.; died Monday at Shands Hospital after I! A Santa Fe. IIIgh' ,gphoot student j J r, 10 years ago. He was an
Mrs.
: Hazel Williams, Brooker, : an automobile accident late Sunday)! Mr. Ward was an Orlando native who employee with the Trans-Alaska ,
: 'c. Funeral services were held, Pipeline A veteran of the U.S. Air
moved to this. St Cloud
on State Road 235 near LaCrosse. : area from ; 11 .,
Wednesday', Aug. 12 at' Bock Force and a member of, the
I
A native of Glasgow Ky., Mr j 1 years ago. He was a member of Holy
: Primitive Baptist; 1Church"near'Graham Teamsters Union Local 359; Mn Coleman
Spradlin moved to this area from I Trinity Episcopal Church.
:: with Elder'Johnny Bowen Jacksonville three years ago. He own-J,, Survivors include. hid mother, was an avid hunter and fisher-
:: and Elder CrommerCrawford; con- ed Sharon Art Brooker his man. He was a member of the Airport,
Auto and Porr
and operated LaCrosse I ;ner ; ) '
=:: ducting the services' Burial was in I" Way Baptist Church In Fairbanks.
Farm Repair. He was a Baptist father, RobertEugene.. Ward I t
:',; Rock Cemetery under the direction of Survivors include his wife, Betty CAJ
: Survivors include: three daughters, LaPorte, Texas; ,two.brothers, Timmy I
:; Johnson-Hayes' Funeral' Home, Barbara Jo Spradlin, Brooker, Tina i Ward and Tommy. Ppr.r,froth of 'Young Coleman of'Fairbanks' ; three
._.'. Gainesville. Marie Spradlin, Waterloo, N.Y.. and I Brooker; one sister/ ; UjnettC.'Ward: lt daughters, Robyn Kimberly and
-'.' ,., Glenda Jean Spradlin, Si. Cloud; his| Brooker; his'niatt l'graMp.rM! ll4i' brother Kathryn.Coleman: ; of Fairbanks'; a
; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spradlin of' Mr. and MrstTom: Brook?I f..CqU :, Jack Coleman of
James Robert McDavid : brothers Donald and his .: it i Gainesville; and four,sisters, Nancy
Glasgow; and two I p 1enn.Ji: gL)1dpar: ) .;11tl
:: James Robert'McD vld, 44, of ,and Russell Spradling, Glasgow. and Mrs: CHarles Long St..CJbin <.t'I Gibbs of Stone Mountain,Ga., Maxine Fashion Frames for the Entire Family t"I
:.: Brooker. died Saturday: Shands Funeral services were held at 3:30': '' Funeral Services,werelteld'at,3t30; .o Senders of Valdosta; Ga.. and Gloria .,
:,: Hospital following a lengthy illness. p.m.Wednesday,Aug. 12 at Williams- p.m. Wednesday. 'Aug. 12.WilliamsThomasVcha.'pel I}.'Ratliff and Faye Robinson, both of f;
=:: Born In Waldo, Mr. McDavid moved Thomas.Chapel of the Chimes with 1 n4ljlhe Gainesville.
:: .# to Brooker three months ago from Rev. Earle Page conducting the services Chimes with Rev. Earle Png" j conduca) Mr. Colemans wife, Betty, is the ---...'
::: i High Springs. He was a mechanic and ,daughter;; of Rev., Allen Young, a
*Burial was in Glasgow, Ky., ting the services. Burial will be in Mt., Located At: :::
served In the U.S.Air'Force during local under the of Peate Clou&Thursday.today former pastor of the First Baptist .
arrangements care Cemetery :
Prescriptions Riled US sots Edward. :;:
RoodACCOM
:
Church of Lake Butler.
: / the Korean conflict:He was a Baptist. Williams-Thomas Funeral Home, ( ) 'UOQ:: am.under the care'' \
:;? :'.;, Survivors include.! : his ;wife, Willa Gainesville., In lieu of flowers, please of WlIlial1\s-T omas Funeral.lome,:. Lens Duplicated from Community Bank ...i,
::: ,! 'P'1f1' .,, ''''-'588 ,
55; i- /i' ''' (, ,Ii The family of the' late Florence Sunglasses OPEN: Monday thru Friday :::

|1-- NeWs: :"---""' --,---------' -_r.r rrrrrr rrr 1T'r-T T1 r.Reddish wishes to express our heartfelt Senior Citizen Discount 9 am S.30: pm :::
Lawtey
:iC', ,friends. Refreshments were cake. and ; .,;'LamarCrewtefeetujriMd !frpni'Foh'Waytia thanK to all who extended comforting Saturday 9 am 1 pm
w *\ IsSJl ice cream. < )nda41' ,/,<*h4tej hfcstayed 2 sympathy and help in our re- ::::
", Miss :Cyndi Schuyler' of St. weeks wi th his liocla Wayne Caley. cent sorrow. For the beautiful ser-
Elizabeth Terry : ,
:: by : Rodney L. Sumner Owner Licensed OpticianTenwiilegar
".= 'S Phone 782,3300 Augustine, (spent the'weekend with i Wayne stayed'{ overKight and will vice, floral offerings, and other kind- ,
i: *"J' 'CHURCH ACTIVITIES. ,1 i : Bruce Massey and his parents,' Mr" ,return .F d.Wa.v.JIe'odayu..ull..llnDue ..,. s.wo are.deeply grateful.
) and Mrs: Edward Lee Massey. : .. ::
thrift -
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.vGrace United :
; Wilkerson celebrated her
!s f.". Shop will have their'yard sale ont Charmin 8, with family and to luck of slluce, '. :
: *'j Saturday, Aug. 15. From:now on,it. friends.birthday Aug. served ,cake and ice I l t"J%\'?' .- :
They
: ?Js .;, will be every first and third Saturdays ,the bulunce I of.L'uivVejNews : ( I : 1
, ;= ':\; 10 am, ,untit .4'p.m. on thi;thetchl.; cream. "*. ; : :::
\ *.. Mr. end Mrs;'B.E. Lee Y-1'"' 1J:
jra 4 ( 14 On Sunday will be run I Motors me.I
S -'r IKRSONALgi i ..-::- J J W 2''h J'p'rlends *.-'":attended the dedication of. the new I :,..,. !
of Mr-6 eitt4antpbltn) ost office facility in nextweekf 2nStJ: '
l\f t\ '. ? y-w'w -V > :. :::
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3. ,-. regret to learn that sheW UrgicaP J Jt 5 jft
=: ':: patient in Bradford County Hospital. .,
Our prayers: are with her. '" ;
-= -i We are happy; to report UlaLM.and)), { ,
Banana Nut Bread } Ford Motor Co.
:S Mrs. Ray Rosier were able to relUl'llI i i is .
: home from Orange Park Community i iS ""' ....
Hospital on Monday., Our rar'ntarej I Ia O. ) to Truck Cash Rebate from August 11
; with them. "vri. lced' ;)ire pleased announce our program :. '
Mixed and B
Sri Miss Darlene pennoU.i&ughfer oil I
f September ,13, 1981.. :;. f-
s=; Mrs. Joyce Bennett, who was gtadmry .
::S: ed in Germany, was honored" with al Here in Owe; Store. ,: :;:::::

r: bridal' shower .at'the home of Mrs.jh ,. .. .-' -
: : Buster Bennett on July 27 She recelv-i ? : ::::

:5: -: ed many lovely gifts. There were ap-i Pamfapy ','Shop '\1\\ f1l)0) F350 ((4X2) ,

S3;:: proximately fifty First persons !138 W. Call St.. St&rkv '- :flM-SMCl'j\ I
S3 The ladies of the 'prese"t'l} CouriervanClub $ nnoo
IK served cake and punch I

::::: Friends of Reggie ....'
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r: Mr. and Mrs. Truman Norman, willS "
; be pleased to learn that Reggie was,
X.! recently: promoted tq Lieutenant with' : --
:::: the Department of Natural Resource. *. : INSULA$ ::4 '-.- ', .. '
F-! (with ,the 'State and is employed at : it o i
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tchetucknee Springs near Ft. Whiter" "
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,Frank Pendarvis, who is employed SAVE THA T ENERGY AM jI F150-F350:
I in Jacksonville spent the weekend I
with.his mothertMrs.WEPe \dar- ((4X4) J
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t.I. Mr. and Mrs Ralph;!\ F 'tch,of Black .: ., $
3, Mountain, NC.spent the weekends );"",- r J
% ....with' their parents, MC:-and Mrs. # Bronco ? 9P0We
?, ,Willie Green.: They, stropped in I
T;. Jacksonville on their. way to Starker, -
:.. and visited with their brother, Terry'r ,'/' -',, IIIt .... ::
Futch and Mrs. Futch"'at Baptist ,. '''' .
zi: Hospital, Jacksonville. They planned
:;. to return home on Monday. Mr. and HOME-COMMERCIAL-INDUSTRIAL FRAME HOUSE EXTERIOR have a $400,000.00 truck inven- ::
:: Mrs. Ralph Futch sat up with Terry It HIGH R VALUE CELLULOSE INSULATION
f: : on Saturday night and again. on Sun, FIBERGLAS; BATTS NEW OR'OLD: 'CONSTRUCTION
:'': ,day night QUALITY'INSTALLATION which is Year End Sale Priced j
:2:: Deepest sympathy of the community tory ;
:.: Is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Fare L.iIi/I ar4

": Starling because of the death of. their SAVE -. .SAVE and NOW 'with the Cash Rebate 1
:; father Mr. Clifton Carter. ON HEATING I 964'-6956 I ON COOLING
:: i Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter returned -
!: : home from their ,Vacation in
: DEAN CASSELS INSULATION
:.: Hendersonville, N.C.. and Helen, Ga.;, STARKE. makes buying a new truck a great
:: on July 24. '
:.: Mrs. RH. Futch':returned to Mr. '
.: and Mrs: 'Obed home on, .. t .:buy! !
::3: Thursday after spending a month'}' L" : i ;" 'f

:is.: "with:'DeVore'her daughter Mrs. Pauline, Thomas. ,'MetalsShop come By and Register

g'Mr.. and Mrs. Casey Dobbe of, .' ,
:::- .Jacksonville, spent Saturday with
E:;r their parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Arlle'' work done in "Pick the Winner" sweepstakesby
15 %;;Dobbs. While they were here they, now,

-;=- mowed Benton their Futch yard of Starke for them., sat up'with line picking the; winners in the upcoming .
of".s'
:"z his brother Terry Futch at BaptistS Complete ,

:; Hospital Mr. and on Mrs.Friday Wayne night Gustafson and .'.v" / -I seasons. by the' University of Fia./Florida
Welding ,
arrived at their
family,of Pensacola, M -
,= parents home Mr. and Mrs. Bill ;
': Dobbs and Chris,August 5 and are Mig. Gas, Stick and Braising State and university of Georgia. .i'
=';. spending their vacation with them. ,
*-=v Mr and Mrs. Hermie Kelly visited .
4 their sister-in-law, Mrs.Thelma Kek Complete.Fabrication First Prize
F ,, __
Iy, in Alachua General Hospital, '.
Gainesville, Wednesday. "c''II"ond -
on
:'--. Muss Kenna Wilkerson attendedr Blue Print Capabilities' 1982 ,Ford EXP Automobile ri.
,: Band Camp at Camp' Keystone,
-. Keystone Heights Aug. 1015. .
v Mr. and Mrs. W.R. Dixon went to, '
".Angler, N.C. and visited their son-in- 496-2013 Y 'TER ILLS A MOTORS b
'? law and daughter,Mr.and Mrs. Lynn :
.? Owen. Mrs. Owen returned home with'
?!them for a visit. I 206 W. Madison St. 964-7200 ; '
t' Rhonda Wilkerson celebrated her Lake, Butler 'r..r.. ,
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Socials From Page 6A Did You Know.1 .,.;._______._--,,------ '_._--._--, a. --__------------,-

1 Mrs. H.M. Richarde of Starke and Mr. and Mrs. R G Paterson and Mr. and Mrs. Linton Taylor and Starke Ads .
Mrs. Mark Shaw of Palatka spent Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Reddish children of Jacksonville are rentingone "Time it the wisest counselor
Monday to Friday with their children, last week in North Georgia and North spent of the Guy Salt cottages at of all.!! Pericles ...--.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Buck and family at Carolina.Mr. Kingsley Lake for two weeks. FOR SALE FOR SALE WANTEDGOOD

their summer chalet in Dillard, Ga.

Mrs. Thelma NoUn and Mrs. and Mrs. Jimmy Rowe of San- Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Harrison visited NEW CARPET. NEW USED PURE BRED SANTA GEBTXUDIS PRICES PAID for used

Frances Ellis of Jacksonville were ford visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. her mother, Mrs. R.T Hipps in 1 I Furniture B Appliances. bull. 6 yrs. old. mobile homes If mortgageIs
Sunday of Mrs. O.L. Robert Green on Sunday. Waycross over the weekend. FOR SALE Plumb. fixture and pipe sound breeder and top 3/4 paid or more. OLIN'S
guests Beasley
It J Mobile Home' BARGAIN CENTER, US 301 HOME SALES.
Kincald. 14x72 3 herd bull. Starke area. MOBILE
andML' I I bedroom, -m baths. South. 9646679. 2/5 9646273. telag 8/13 964-5606. Open 7 days
I. .. d7= -'It! Keystone iauSPERSONAL flY 'lI--n n.1I I priced to sell. call Mrs. I TFNchg I HAVI Also would Ilk.to sell weekly. TFchg
I Edwards 964-8810 I OKRA FOR YOUR FREEZERi. 12 ocr.field of hay. Should WE BUY AXLES TIRES w
or Picked three times a week.. be cut within I or 2 weeks.. axles + 4 tires $135.00.
HELP HOMES FOR WANTEDWORK .964-5845 after 5 pm. I By bushel or half-bushel. Clifford Martin. 964-7149. Del. toOlinsMH. Hwy. 100

SERVICES WANTED SALE Watermelon $1.00 each. AKC DOBERMAN PUPPIES W Slarke. 9645606. TFchg
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WANTEDt Yard workor SWAN lAKE ESTATES- Call 9646528. Keep trying. Four females left. Excellent WANTED Used tools both
CARPINTI WOHKl home work. W. do windows beautiful wooded '4-ocr.; ,| ACREAGE I 7/9 tfn. bloodline. Call mechanics and carpenters.
COOK Park of the Palms. BEAUTIFUL TWO ACRES- ,
at
Remodeling) work, kitchen, 413-4926.2tpd 8/6-13 and home In 475-1720 especially lots on paved .tr..t"j I r 2.27 acre heavily wooded, ,USED ft. FENCE Also used'' 468-2895 or 468-1919, Phone 964-8331 or
property ol 5 8/6-8/27 Some $6500. Cash er Sub. Terms. 7 ft. Hampton. Reasonable 463.1531.11
heart .
4tpd All tnchg
cabinets and trim .r p.m. cypress post.
HOUSEHOLD DUTIES and Deerwood Hills 3 mIlesnorth ..... .. ...
to'ink. | *
Swimming easement .
carpenter. Reasonable CAR POOL NEEDED dally to In good condition.J. M. Ed LOVESEAT SOFA $150: WANTED Mobile Home Axles. -
'
child 30 hours weekIn of 24x60
prices. Call Ed Dempsey at car. Keystone. downtown Jacksonville .. Fiom 6000. Buy, Strawberry Acres B.7 oc words Jr.. Starke, Sears refrigerator $75: Paying the best price
our home at$3.35 hour. mobile home, 3BR. 28A.carpet. '
473-2477 after 6 p.m. 473-2944. Itchg 8/13 CH/A, d..p well area. For mar. Information now, build later. SR.26..<' :Assume fVtmtg. 9645379. 8/6 2tpd 8/13 11x12 green carpet. $30; for good condition axles.
Melrose.By
call 473-3997 oft.r 6:30 two miles east of $19,000. CYPRESS
tfnchg 72ALCOHOLIC : I SAWDUST $6 for lamp. $10; stereo 964-8331.9111 tnchg
ANONYMOUS COSMETOLOGIST. 475-2211. DorIs and assistant. Hair- 28000.with delicious Owner water.will p.m 3tchg 8/13-27 owner, 475 86.527'LAKE 2123 or ............ level .pickup. You load. amplifier 964-8483 or MOBILE HOME Axles with

Closed meetings Monday 8 Clinic. Mid-Way Plaza finance with reasonable 13842289. 4tchq 14.06 Acrest Shady. Own. Phone 468-2624. 8/6 Stchg 17267651. Itpd /13 tires. Will pay $123. Phone
p.m. Open meeting Friday Melrose. 8/13 down Discountfor LOSTFOUNDLOSTi LOTS AND fin. Avail. 9 S $21.100. I IPIOSi 1 sow with pigs: 3 BRAND NEW COUCH AND 964-5007 6/11 12tchg
8 p.m. Alanon Monday Itchg cash.payment.9123777496. Keystone ............ sows: I boar: 18 feeder CHAIR Ton brown and: 8/27.

8 p.m. Alateen Monday 7 Nights and Sundays, Large mal. German financed 10 ACRIAGI"I 10 Acres.! large barn, pig. Call 964-6369 grey $450. Call 964-5649 LOOKING FOR OLD HOUSEto
p.m. All meetings In FOR RENT 912-294-0189. tfnchg 8/6 Shepherd-type dog. terest. lots on stocked pond $23.000 anytime. 8/13 2tchg 8/20. or 9647189. 1 tchg 8/13 move to Crosby lake.

Educational' Building Community 3BR 2BA HOME In Silver Black/brown about 90 bottomed 'lake. $3500 dn. A..".... mtg.e 'DO-DROP'IN BARGAIN BRAHMA BULla Pure bred. Call 1-772-9714. Jackson
Church. tfnchg 9/3 MOBILE HOME LOT for Ridge overlooking Silver pounds. On..ar flops one sell from $9,900. On. to ............ I HOUSE 301 South registered 9 mos. old. ville. 8/6 2tpd 0/13
KISSURI CLEANINO-- retired couple. Beautiful) Lake Two miles to stands up. Answers to five acres overlooking lake) Acres Well, pale,, 9646740. We Buy and Sell $500. Call 9646565. 1 Itchg COUPLES TO LEARN square
Phon.473-2477. tfnchg 7/2 tr_.. Across from Lake Keystone schools, on county Amos. In Hillcrest Lake (access available) with "10200. power Used Furniture and Ap. 8/13 dancing. Have fun,, make
CARPENTRY AND MASONRY Geneva. $53 month. Phone 8. nice trees from pliances. 8/13 tin. MILK COW $400.00. Must friends. Hours of
Saturday. Aug. new
owned roads. $41,000. area ***********
WORK-bulld patios, additions 473-2879. tfnchg 7/2 11 3/4% mortgage. 4734269. Itchg 8/13 $500 down. $50 a $3.500'1 CERAMIC COOKTOP STOVE sell. Call 964.5772. 8/13 entertainment. For more
;(0 Acres,
remodeling homes MOBILE HOME In Lake 3760078. tfnchg 6/18 Commercial Lg. pines- Self-clean oven. Call 2tchg 8/20. Information 964-6300,
and tile work. Also Geneva Park. $140 and up. Investment opportunity.. 23000. I 9645895. 4-TON AIR CONDITIONING 8/6
pain 468-2551.
2BR SMITH LAKE AREA Itchg 8/13 533-2121 or
FOR SALE ..........
ting. Fr.. ..tlmat... Phone 473-2879. tfnchg 7/2 /.-ocr. wooded lot. A/C, SR-21N. Own.r..al..man'i I CB BASE UNIT 40-chonnels. UNIT Packaged unit. Can
Phone 473.4473 during COTTAGE AT SMITH LAKE2BR .' heat. Furnished or unfurnished. 473-4375. tfnchg 8/6 lawtey-I oc.well septic, Sonar like new. Call be used for mobile home. CARS
day. tfnchg 8/6 larg. living area fully $30,000 assumable CUSTOM BUILT SHELL AKC DOBERMANS-Top utll. houie dog pen. Land1 i 7823206. Itchg 8/13 $400. 782-3464. Mon.-Frl.
FEES YOURSELF OF UNWANTED equipped and carpeted. mortgage available at 9 HOMES on your lot from quality only. You ore In.1 scoped $600.Janet ,USED NEWSPAPER only. Itchg 8/13 TRUCKS-
$ns month. Phon. $17.95 ft. Our vlted to visit our kennels. PURE-BRED REGISTERED
HAIR with elec- per 3/4% Call owner p.r sq. M..Starling ALUMINUM PLATES 24 x '
trolysis. Call lor a free tonultatlon 772-1775 or 388-3559 (JaM). 4732735. Ifnchg 8/6 Specialty Home on 4751228. 36" 25' each. Bradford ANGUS BUllt 3yr. old. 1978 DODGE ((4x4)) PICKUP
4737033. Amy's tfnchg 7/2 SILVER LAKE accesi-3BR, Piers, und.r 2000. Exterior WACHEMEISTER DOBERMAN Realtor;7B2-3931 County Telegraph' Phone 964-8356, James. Short Wheel Boss 10x13
Electrolyili." 40' lawr.nc. SIR 21A HOME-CH/A. $350 28A. extra large matter 100% finished, you tfnehg 72'n.ACRE Michael Coon.y 9646305. tfn Gosklns.' TFNchg 5/14. w/whlte spoke wheels -
Blvd.. Keystone,tfnchg 7/2 p.r month lake access. bedroom 10x10 woor1 complete Interior and save LOTS for sale from'S2,995. l.altorAIiOC.., 964BS27tfnchg. RECONDITIONEDTV'SColors Step Bumper -, $2495.00.
HYPNOSIS-openlng practice 376-0078. tfnchg 6/18 deck off thousands. Call today Restricted with | starting at Terwlllegar Molars!
great room
ol Mark David WI... ,EXECUTIVE EFFICIENCYAPARTMENTBig, fireplace, kitchen equipped 9645533. Affordable lake access 3772808. S100.00. Trade-ins 964-7200. 8/13 Itchg
B.A. Now offering services lake assumable loon Homes of Fla. "Over 150 Hnchg 6/18 welcome.' Phone 964-8212. I 1977 FORD PINTO WAGON
Brooklyn wateriront. Completely bfllt! In last' 3 lORAN COOK 'I Do- .
for prescription/ hypnosis $49,900. yrs. Itchg Restaurant DroprnBa1gzflai IIMEROCK 20 yard semi 43,000 miles Automatic
for traditional and Individual furnished. $160 HILLCREST LAKE-just reduced LAKE LOT on sand bottomed exhaust fan. New condi- loads only. Phone Trans.'* Air Conditioning -
month. 473-2720. Itchg lake in tion. $200. 4733423. Itnd Tinted Glass Clean Car -
applications low cash to mortgage, Hillcrest. $800 House 782-3172: lawl.,, ALLEN
(smoking weight control. 8/13 mobile home lot with large down, $146 44 p.r month. BEACH SAND for your lake r' TAYLOR. 7/30 tin $2693.00. TerwlllegarMotors
doctor referral, stress BIO LAKE ..OOKl YN..28R, trees and great view Phon. 473-4038 or lot. We deliver. Klna'i 301 South 964-6740 964-720O. 8/13
reduction etc) Please call wall-to-wall carpeting. No 7790. 473-4367 after 6 p.m. lumber Co. of Keystone Itchg
Gainesville. 376-3543 lor p.... $183 month, OPAL lAKE..njoprivacy) tfncha 7/30 Inc. 4733127. 3tcha' stop Shop saveEnd 1975 TORINO ELITE 2DR:

appointment. Hnchg 0/6 473-4491.Available Itpd S.pt.8/13 1. Phon. and lots of shade trees In r- MUST SELL "1 of Summer Sale. Give your home a 63,000 miles Automatic.
Air Wire Wheel
YARD OR HOUSEWORK- Covers
this 2BR 1BA
dependable and ON LAKE GINEVA-IBR effi masonry Immediate delivery.Liquidation of I : new look with our new Fall Bedspreadsand Vinyl Roof $2395.00. Ter.
home, fireplace in large all new all steel buildings. I
reatonable. Windows month.ciency. In First town.and $123 lost living room. Assumable 40 x 72 )( 14 $2.46 per sq. ft. I Drapes. All sizes and colors to choose willegar Motors 964.7200.
hauling mowing. .,c. VA loan, 64900. 60 x 108 x 15 $2.38 per sq ft. I from. 8/13 Itchg
damage
deposit. Call
Have some equipment. WHITE SANDS LAKE-3 Call Toll-Fr. 1-800442-63011 1973 FORD LTD BROUGHAM4DR
0475-172O.4Ipd8/13-9/3$ MOBILE 473-7086., HOME 3tchg for 8/13-8/27 acres, 160 ft. on wot.r.own.r Century Steel Buildings JjI Spreads now $2.00 off purchase price. : 56,000 miles Air .
adults
on Split Seats Power Door
PKtSSURI CLEANING Anniversary financing. $34,000. ---- Drapes 10% off.
ly. Access to Swan Lake. :_. '
Special I Any size BEDFORD LAKE3BR. I Locks $1295.00. Ter-
1BA.
mobil. home S20.00. Any $225. Keystone Heights' extra large living room Huntley STEVE BROADWAY i I See our' large selections of stuffed willegar Motors 9647200.

size one story house, Itchg Realty 8/13, Realtor. 473-4961. with fireplace, completely Redfearn's animals. Itchg 8/13
$30.00. Awnings carports, furnished beautiful white TREE SERVICE
2 OR 3BR Coon Hunter's
porch. extra. Our lowest upstairs apart sand beach, 60000. VICES Special, the raccoon is

price in years. Call today. Keystone.m.nt. 473-3542.Downtown GOODSON PRAIRIE' lAKE. -..Ut 4734340or Removal I now available. All! stuffed animals reduced FOR SALE For Sale, '
9648961. 8/13 2tchg 8/20. 8/13 tchg mobile home lot with septic u f for this sale. 1971 Lincoln Continent! Furniture. Llvm I'
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well and power pole.' / I or ill power, good tires, no rroom
CARS MISCELLANEOUSliNGO. Owner financing. $14,500. ; :: ,,473.4252Repairs Trimming I llchf SV1M1 rust food running condition. bedroom offer.and dining table.Dept i

TRUCKS KEYSTONE HEIGHTS Of $1200 e sh.
Major I
REALTY. REALTOR Free Estimates 964-7357 I
[ .AM.IICAN 473.4961 I Electric Appliances I 9044960 _
1975 PONTIAC LEGION HALL. SR21. Itchg 8/13 Serving Bradford & Cloy 7 473-4732 FOR SALE ,I.. I

VENTURA51.000 original Saturdays, 7 p.m. Public In. Countieslawrencn After 5 p.m. I _ Portable
mil... 1800. Call vited. Hnchg 8/6 1971 American Hornet ROCM Buildings
47S-2346. Itchg8/l3 Blvd Keystone Keystone HeightsESTATE 6-ejrl. Good mileage, _
: __ _. gas j ISVZVKI 8P STAR(
good tires. Need some Lake ty Local Diet.

I Union County Ms .1.: \'.work.' $400'or 431-1886*beet offer.' Archl Hme Tanner P'I nero4 ;. Hwy 381S 884-S920 r-7a'

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JOB INFORMATION SERVICES free Horn Demonstrations I I sEwn,'; MACHINE OPERATORS I

Alaskan and Overseas OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Great income CUSTOM MADE GIFTSSee Union 1976 FORD LTDi fully load. Featuring White and NuHome Sewing Machines.CallFor I Experienced Sewing Machine .
Employment. ed. 40,000 miles. 4 LOOKING FOR a special' operators..
Times new Must be able
County to
Monday work
potential. Call DRAPERIES Free open 4VS
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tlr. of
$2500. Phone piece If Idon't I
."Imat... and Tuesday 8:30: a.m. property days 40 hour
Local
602-941-8014. Oept. 8629. [ week.
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496-3433. Itchg 8/13. have it. I'll find itJustask Appointment 3764466Out 1
Phone call refundable. distributors for to 5 p.m.. W.dn..day.clo.ed. :
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completely MACHINERY :I I in
AND -JANE S. Apply
EQUIPMENT USHER. person on
your vacation
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: $110 PER WEEK PART-TIME: washable nationally Thursday and Fri. FOR SALE REALTOR 496-2126 of Town Call Collect ,', we i
At home. Webster advertised Gord..". day 8.30: a.m. till noon. See Skidder-Hydrauhc: Grapple loader- 496-2903,, -ev...,. "Your or will be open for Interviews 7 a.m to 4
America foremost dictionary Draperies. SAW Enter our 1/2 price table of Log Union |p.m: Monday thru i
traller.Pulpwoodtrailer. County Realtor tfn Friday.
needs pr...... Ed or Lama selected gift Items. Allcont.mporary "
company Reasonable 3/26. Whit and Appliance Center"3S27
Sewing
price.Phone
home St.phen. 4962219. cards 50percent 1 Slarke Uniform
workers
to update 904-732-121 1 alter 6p.m. FOR ALL YOU REAL ESTATE Manufacturing
local mailing lists. All Will 5/1/8OTFN.INSTALL SEPTIC 171 CHEVROLET off. 1 Ton. ., lake City. Itchg NEEDSCall Venera Brawn S.W. Archer Road I: I// 441 Brownlee St., Starke Fla.
ages experience unnecessary. 8/13.
TANKS and drain fields 350.4 speed duel wheels, 496.3022 or Sandy HazenI Gainesville, Florida
Call steel body, FREE ENGLISH IVVfl lg ]1 1Sultanos I 496-3994 eves. Tiffin andOw.n. I,
out tanks, also fill new paint
17168455670. Ext. 6005. pump '
dirt. Licensed. Call Brlnce $175. Phone 496-9359 after $50, So: Belle. .. Inc. Realtors Rt. 2
Itpd8/13. Jones 275-2197 around 7o.rn. 5 p.m. Itchg 1"3. Hibiscus $1 Loblolly Boy, Box 768. Lake Butler, Fl
1976 River Birch. EucalyptusTrees tfn chg. 8/6.
FORD
or after S p.m. 7/16 ELITE Loaded
FOR RENTI
TFN. excellent condition. good $3. Palm Trees and
gas mileage. $2595 D.M. blooming size Jerusalem WANTED
Thorn Tr... $10.
end Hale 4962171. TFN 7/2. Contrary
I 2 BEDROOM TRAILERS
INSURANCEMAINES PEAS You Mary's Garden, SR 121 In MOBIll HOMES WANTED:)!
Pines Mobile pick ,
Home or we pick
Will
LoCro.... Phone 462.1561 pay cash for your used
Clemont
Village. Call 496-2366 place east of
ofternoon and INSURANCE AGENCY lake Butler or call Closed Sunday and Mon mobile home. Ray) Powell j
eveningsMISCELLANEOUS : 160 S. lake Av.. Lake 496-259. 2tpd 8/6 8/13. day. Stchg 8/138120 8/27 496-3377. TFN 4/16.
Butler. 496-3978. Complete 1977 CHEVY PICK.UP. I ton. DISTRIBUTOR' OF RAND
Insurance Service. TFN TWO FLASHY APPALOOSA 350 automatic, excellent McNALLV MAPS: Up to 150
Colts, both can be condition, twin tank. percent profit.no selling'
FREE PUPPIES Bird-Dog registered. Both sired by sliding' r.ar window Service pre-established oc.
Cross phone 4962126. "WAJAZZY'son of"WAPITI" Reduced to 53.000. Also counts. Minimum investment Ouch!
llrhnA/13.._.. .-dill
-" (App bloodline). camper top for 8 foot bed 3975. Secured by
6 months old Is sorrel I col. $75. 1967 Ford Plck.up 300. Inventory and equipment.
or with whit. blanket 16 6 cyclinder. 4 speed 4 Call TOLL FREE
months old Is bay with wheel drive, hunting I 800 835 2246. ext. 112) "
FOR SALE whit. spots, out of lights, reduced to $1.750. or write S.E. Inc., 811 '
NEW LISTINGS "JET-A LONG" mare. Both Excellent mechanical' con Atlanta Rd.. P.O. Box 283. Money's Tight!

hove super disposition. dition. 496-3819 I Itchg 8/6. Cumming Ga. 30130. Itpd
CALL Jane Other, 496-2126 8/13.--

I HOME ON 1+ ACRES or 4962903.' Itchg 8/13 Ads Get Results '

]Beautifully decorated SBdrm 2 Bath In Lake Butler. Now is the time to
1600 sq. ft., cent. H/A. W/W cerpet. Elegenl wall VENERA, BROWN /* TIFFIN OWENS INC.. '
I peper glossed In sun parch. Home In Immaculate cenI 46-3022 *: MAiran

I dltlen. Property well landscaped, fenced back yard. Sandy Hazen #: Union Co Branch
I Has new-roof. Ready to move In. Must see to op- '46,394 *i Office turn unneeded items

I preclete-$64,000. (AH.._n) 496-3022 I ,

.>. I. Sal ,... ..... lutl.,. nB ,,)
I LARGE OLDER HOME REMODELLED 'into
Located In well established neighborhood.. Partially 3 Bedroom 2 bath pool 14% acro/s,

remodelled unfinished goad buy for the handyman. many extras, O.F. Enroll Now
Over 2000 ft. double I :
J sq. plus carport large open
perch with decorative wrought Iron railing. Ad
I available adjacent te property. Owner will flnence to j River Front A Access Lots Good tal care at 25-100% savings MONEY
terms.B .
I qualified buyer.THIS HOMI HAS MANY POSSIBILITIES j jI (regardless of present I

10-20 acre) tract, good financing. condition of your I ."' ..
I 3 BEDROOM HOMI ON I ACRE teeth), X-rays, cleanIngs .;;
13 Bedrm I both home located dYe miles ...t of lake I II B 4.7 acre off 238. septic well t 34x84 slab fluoride treat 'Thru the :
I Butler off SIN 12.. H.. end Want
seperate dining rm open B farm ments, exams and more Ads.
Hog drastically reduced.
I'rent porch. Needs pointing and minor repelrs. HOI are Free. With ;
I group
I eesumebje 4 mort. et 10% to qualified, buyer. Would j '
I make good rental home Investment. coverage even fillings '
and extractions are For $2.50 we give you Union .:.

12 BDRM HOME NEAR MAIN ST. High Cost of Living Got You Down? free. Every dental procedure County, :

12 Bdrm bath home, .has ..per... dining' r.... Kitchen is covered. Keystone Heights and "r
I has .to".. refrigerator wesher dryer. Situated on This Is not a clinic. It Bradford :

I corner property. Present _rt. zen .be assumed plus j LAKE BUTLER APARTMENTSNow I is a non-profit corporation ; \ County
1 owner will finance equity. to .qualified "'Y.". available to ALL.I I 9,000 households 27,000
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I TRAILER'WITH 2 LOTS taking application for 1234BR !I from You choose a list a of dentist participating J I readers and 50 off when

I1 Bdrm trailer partially furnished .Ii I lot with edefl I (/August occupancy., These all electric dentists you use
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lot adacent| $. Included. Priced et only $7500. CASH. \units are spacious, with lots of closet I I throughout your local this.i form. !j

(space. and all have wall-to-wall I .
CALL RIGHT NOW FOR ADO/I INFORMATION ON I area.Monthly ii
I THUS NEW LISTINGS OR OTHERS YOU ARC .IF* | carpeting drapes and kitchen appliance. : premiums ,: : Please Run My AdEnclosed
t ITRRISTEOIN. On site laundry facilities. Rental are $6.95 for 1 person; ; :
".. 110.95 for 2; $13.95 for 3; .. '::1
assistance available for 'qualified ap- $2( for each additional 1
s. USHER ,
JANE plicants.For person. Personal check, ,
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: 496-2126 496-2903 information, pleasesee I :
or us at 1005 S.W. 6th St., Lake Butler Mastercard accepted. %, Is my $2.00 for IS words Good thru

340 W. Main St.. Lake Butler, '10. Florida 32054 or Call 496-3141. Equal'IJousing Family and business I' Aug. 1931if h" .
available. Call
coverage
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'"' : >.IDA/SA WRDA y.3 family SERVICESCOOL SERVICES TRUCKS
,*. ," garage sale. Some of 178 YAMAHA 400 street MIMOSA MANOR MOBIL BASS BOATl 1975 14 ft. -
, ', everything. New bike. Excellent condition. SEAL FOR TRAILER 8HP WOOD SPLITTER for HOME PARK mobile homes Kingfisher with 77 25 hp. UICK ELECTRA 22St On.

., glassware, novelties, N.w tires, windshield, luggage TOPS material A labor rant hour or day. Agrldlt. and space for rent. Evlnrude motor; Gator tilt Owner, Loaded No. 1 con
.' dishes at reasonable! carrier. May be seen furnlhd. S7S.OO. 964.6465.7/16 8tchg 9/3. Recreational Vehicle trailer; foot-prop.ll.d ditlon., No dents, no rust rtdilkjar
<*'. .: price Corn.r US-301 and after 7 p.m. KOA (Cam 431.1827.4/16 tfn. BRITI PAINTING Residential welcome. Phone 468-2912.! trolling motor; gas tank, New tires 46.000 miles (!
r": ", 5R-16, at Gulf Station. 9am pground. Lot 20. 8/6 2tpd ILL'S SAW SHOP Complete and commercial. Interior TFchg battery, large live well 2, (No collect calls. please)
:' to 3 pm. Alto will rent 8/13 sharpening *ervlc, circular and exterior. Quail. HOUSEKEEPING and sleeping cushioned swivel seat Call 533.2431. 7/30 4tchg REALTYIPHONE
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<* pace to anyone for ',IIr 1'76 KAWASAKI 400t In. hand carbide, ty materials and work. The room TV and Air Run $1400. Phone 8/20
"..' Ing. .Phon. 964-5685 or good condition. Doubl. chain mower blade hollow Price I. Right at Brit. Pain. Underwood Motel 3 miles great. 1971 VW RABBIT 38.:OOt '6.\ ....
f: : 964.5180.7/23 Hn ov.rh.od cam; just been ground and balanced For free estimate, North of Stark on Hwy 964-7909 anytime 8/6 'miles, A'C stereo $4400 964-7776
GARAGI SALE Household completely' overhauled. leave at Jackson Building call 9648961. 8/13 2tchg 301. 10/9 tnchg 16 PT. SPORTCRAFT boot: 65 Call 964 6020 or 964.5825. C'C.lIA
:'i'J' good, clothing. 1105 $500. Call 964-7373. Itpd Supply In Stark, Kayston 8/20. MOBILE HOMES Two and hp Evlnrud motor. i7/30 tfn I JERWILLIGAR 205 N. Temple Starke
",u' Woodlawn Av.nu. SR-. 8/13 Heights or lake Butler PRESSURE CLEANING Annlveriary three bedrooms; clean. Reasonable offer. Can try 1978 DATSUN 210 Z. Tf A'l''
16W. 8 a.m. til 12:30 p.m., HONDA CB SOOt Full faring;; TFchg Special I Any size Highway 16 and 225. New on Klngsley Lake Phone Customised 40.000 miles.
WE HAVE THE WINNING ATTITUDE! PUT US
. Saturday. Aug. 15. Itchg CB radio, luggage rack, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS mobile horn .2000. Any owner, formerly Whites 533.2366.8/6 TFn. Many extras Best oiler TO WORK FOR YOU WE NEED LISTINGS!
8/13. sissy bar. n.w tires. Fin. size on. story house, Park. Call 468.1323. 3/12 PONTOON ALUMINUM Call 964.6020 or 964.5825
:.'.'. GARAGE' SALE Rood 225 shop. Phon. 964.8765. Phone 964.5148 or 964.7619. $30.00. Awning, carports, tin BOAT 20 x 8 ft. Patio Boat 7/30 tfn Bradford Villas offer new concept In lifestyle with
Saturday. August 13, 9 TFchg porches extra. Our lowest 3 ER. t BA LIVING ROOM with 65 hp. '78 Mercury low maintenance adult housing offering charm,
: ."' a.m. ill ?? Household SEWING MACHINES price In year. Call today. dining room a kitchen motor Excellent condition 1974 TOYOTA PICKUP comfort and quality together with energy efficiency
.<:''' items, baby It.m. and CAMPERS REPAIRED All makes 964.6961. 8/13 2tchg 8/20. central heat and air. In $2200. Ph. ((904) 468-2818 34.000 miles; radio and starting at $31,400.: Model available.
. cloth.. '782-3971. Itchg cleaned oiled and ad. REPAIR WORK Carpentry Hampton. Phone 468-1779 of tar 5 p.m. 8/13 2tchg auto transmission Wide * * * *
8/13. CAMPER, 8 ft. x 14 ft. Stov., |utd. $15. Work roofing painting Phone (lit month rent In advance wheels. W/Comper $1350. W. ore proud to offer one of Bradford" Until residences,
YARD SALE-SATURDAY refrigerator, etc. Ideal for guaranteed. James Jerry 7823669. 8/13 3tchg ) 5/7 tfnchg. COMMERCIALPROPERTY Call 964.6365. IIchg 813Cl..SSICh situated on 33 acre landscaped In magnolia azalea' ,
ONLY 2 families Fur lake lot. Coll 9648503.. Strickland, corn.r Morgan I 8/27. 4 BR. 2 lath: Den carport ) 1966 Plymouth pin 41 dogwood plus split rail fence with attract!**
nlture, tires, cloth., window 8/13 tfn.TRAVEL Rd. and Hwy 16 TFchg BABYSITTING Christian workshop large garden Satellite convertible. .318, barns. Only minute from Stark and Gafnesv/fie. ArcM-
'" and much more. V' TRAILER 1969 CHAIN LINK FENCE Install mother would like to k..p area Available S.pt. First power top steering and '.elurall/ innovative/ with meticulous/ tfnMon fa detail/
mil. from US-301 on SR-16., Shasta. 14 ft., excellent ed. Fr. estimates HandyMan two children In her ham and last month plus $100 BRADFORD MINI brakes, A/C; good shape, this dramatic Florida estate has special Interest for the
East. I Itpd 8/13. condition. $995. Call Fence Co. 964-B5S9. during school hour live security deposit required. WAREHOUSEOFFICECOMPLEX $1500 FIRM. Call 473.7156 connoisseur with a discerning eye for superb eak flooring

,YARD. SALE Sat., Aug. IS 475-1514 after 6 p.m. 8/13 TFpd 12/81 close to hospital on SearIng Phone. 9645610. Itchg 8/13 for sol*. 80 petowner alter 6 p.m. 8/13 2tchg. e) rich panelling stone fireplace huge room over
Antique bedroom ..t. 2tchg 8/30. TYPEWRITER REPAIR Call Street 9645907. 1 Itpd MOBILE HOMES 2BR call financing availableat 8/20. 3,000 ..,. ft. CtMA plus oversized garage and porch. Has
complete; Frost Cloor 197* MOTOR HOME) Sleep the Office Shop 110 W. 8/13 964.6112 or 964 5261 8/13 11 I'/i acres with everything that any successful executive/ would desire.
refrigerator other fur. 6. A/C; completeself! Call St.. Stark, for details, STURDY DECKS BUILT to 3tchg 827.DUPLEX room for pct. expansion 100 1971 MAVERICK, Low. Owner financing' possible for qualified buyer.
nlture) dl.h.; odds and contained; tub and 9645764. tfn. your 200 Orange St., plus mileage, needs tun* up PREFERRED PROPERTIES
specification with allpressure pet occupancy
: ends.,237 Monroe St. Itpd shower; 40,000 orlg miles. GLASS CUT TO ,ORDER -tr.at.d wood. Starke. $195.00 per month waiting list Phone owner, and brakes Priced. right. Move In now I Eastwood Drive?SIR. 2B.. pon."' "",
1113. Excellent condition. Call Doors), window., etc IS.SO ft. 35 plus security deposit. Call 4732735. 8/6 tfn $500 Call 473 7156 after 6 carpet, forge let few down payment If you qualify.
YARD SALE-GEIGER ROAD 964-6823.. Itpd 8/13 JACKSON BUILDING SUPPLY .q. yearscarpentry 964.8082 after,6 p.m. 8/13 p.m. 8/13 2tchg 8/20, .HI 41 Dry. I.e Acs. from home Hwy !' 27000.
.,' Off Col ley Rd., past 964.6078. Orders also experience. Call tfn. MISCELLANEOUSFREE JEEPS CARS. PICKUPS from e 1026 Eastwood Drive Very nice 3 BR CB hem appro..
Hn.,
Red 762-3330 Lawtey.
Southild School. Friday HOMESFOR token In Lake Butler, MOBILE HOME 2 bedrooms, $35. Available ot local 1400 sq. ft. 9 pet. Interest rate If rOil qualify.
Aug. 14, 9 a.m. til 4 p.m. 496-3079 and Keystone WOULD YOU LIKE HELP fill- A/C and water furnished. Gov't Auctions. For Directory 60.35 acre beautiful/ railing land In Breaker area.
Household Items children SALE.KIYSJONESTARKE Heights' 473-4973. 2/26 Ing out Insurance form '$150 1 per month plus KITTENS Mixed call Surplus Data S 80 acres 4 9 BR frame home In Theressa or...
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and adult clothei. Itpd tfn. (Medicare, health major deposit. Call 782.3363. breeds, long or short hair Center 415 330 7800. 8/ 13 .3 BR l/4! B, brick VA mortg. ?/ %. city'
8/13. NEW AND USED WATER medical etc.)? Year of Itpd 8/13. Phone 4682624. Itchg 8/13 4tchg 93.F.IOOO e 1400 sq. ft. tastefully decorated CHAA-mov. In now.
.' : 'A.IAI CONDITIONERS Soles and I 2.0OO ft CHIA 4BR, 2 B. large lot Commercial
.YA.DSAII: Frl.t Sat., Aug.' experience. Contact 1BR, BRICK HOME 3 ml East sq.
., 14 t 15. Adults,. children New horn for sal*. Also Service. Call for free water Phylll 9646883. 8/13 of Starke, SR-16 For more BUSINESS FORD TRUCK Brick' 2000 ..,. ft., fireplace, $45.000 assum. morfg.
and young people quality built homes, $22 analysis and Information 2tchg 8/20. Information call 782.3879 WRECKER Extra good buy take Brooklyn-Adorable, $4f.BOO-Own.f/n. $34.100.
*"..-.1' clothing hoei.; book) 'per .q. ft.' built on your lot 964-5673. 3/12 Hn. or 964-8O91, tchg 8/13 OPPORTUNITIES $9500. Callahan Call e Fish camp en good tithing lake with) living quarters
.". household good and other ';or: ours. Adam ft Hall TYPING SERVICE Will do WANT TO BUY used IN STARKE :2 bedroom 879.2422.8/13 3tchg 8/27 S7600 for small/ frame home on city let (needs ftC).

.'-"< mlc. Item 1116 W. Pratt 473.2056 or 413.2128,16/4; typing ot my horn. Pleas typewriters and adding home, ,dena laundry e Valuable property on 301 adjacent Cent. Telephone,
._. St.. St.rko. Saratoga TFchg.' call Ada Reddish at machine. Must be In garage,. above ground OPEN YOUR OWN retail apparel ANTIQUE 1953 GMC .200 on 301 .... A, Finest commercial property.
,.' 9647910. tfnchg 5/21. working condition. ) shop. Offer the lotestin $41,500 15 30 fats Forest R f. 16 W.
Height. Itchg i/13 CUSTOM HOMESt now pool. $300 month. 964.8483 PICKUP window Rvcon-i acre or Heights an <
GARAGE SALE Saturday under construction BRADFORD SEPTIC TANK 964-S764. tin 2/12. or .726-7651.1Ipd 8/13 leans, denims and sport ditioned New paint, etc Two 8 A parcels, approx. 4 milt from Sto....

.._,.. Aug. 15 10 a.m. Ill 4 p.m. overlooking Stark. Country SERVICE Bradford County STARKI AREA 3 BR home. swear. $$14.850 Includesinventory $1900 Call 964 8503. 8/13 e let 42 Sampson Lake, light po'.. tank-SI6,7001
-' Cloth.*, furnlturo, toy. Club Adams and Hall residential' pump-outs, $250 per mo.. first and lost fixtures, etc. tfn.' .$25.000 for 4.U nice acre on 301 N. Highly desirable./ '
'$ m.tol'd.toctor. and lot Build.*. Phone 473-2056 $SO. Wo also r-lay' drain Child Care mo. In adv., plus sec. dep. Complete Store! Open In EL CAMINO CHEVROLET .Nous beautiful 2244 sq. ft. CH4IA close to shopping.
E more.: Follow the signs to or 475.2128.6/4 TFchg. lines. Phon. 9648121. Child Care and Sewing JANET M. STARLING, as 1It110'a.. 2 weeksanywh.re 1974.: .350 engine, Auto .31 acres.timber.roadi-Mompfon-Own. fin. 12%,
? 'In U.S.A. Also
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; 1021 ,W. Pratt St., look lor FIVE ROOMS t BATH from 5/28 TFchg. Waldo. Large yard good Realtor 782 3931 Eve. ( and children.shop trans" A/C radio. Excellent .$II.500 Worthington Spring store and 2 lots.
t.. Infant
: *" the SIGN PAINTING Commer- Michael B. Assoc condition $1500. e let tl7.> near Country' Club M,'00.
8/13
: porachut Itpd house food reference.$5. a day, Cooney
on approximately 2. ). Call TONY Collect .
; YARD SALE Sat.. Aug., IS clot and( prlvat W*> will home. 964-8627, 8/13 tfn. Call 964 8503.8/13 tin, .45 acre* really secluded-nice frees $'.000.
loving .
acres. $21.000. 904-7S1-4520. Itpd 8/13. .
design. Call 964-8669 40 $42,000Ownernonce..
: acres lawtey area
and 22.8 a.m. til ??? SOS!
* C.nt.r St.. corner St. Negotiable. Phone* before 3 p.m. 496-3291 468-24M e New modern CB store 301 lawtey $53,000. Owner Hn.Beautiful .
'..___.__.Multl.famly.I I 964.7472.8/62Ipd'8/"3. onytlm 7/2 Hn. I FOR'RENTApartm.Du Solid Or-= e .....n' Rd. let-133'.2iO'.
. Miscellaneous and fur. ,KINGSIEY lAU. ,3, :. .. for rent: 1 .5 acre appro, t miles west of Sterke-SI. Rd. 100.
" 'bedrooms 'plus Swings Rockers e 71. lets Brewnlee Rd. 54,000/A. 20*
; garageapartment. acre down/12
NEW AND USED GUNS bedroom and
: nlture. Itpd 813x a REPAIRS a TAXIDERMY. carpet applianoe.
: : ; fall .. 24.95 '21.9SLocated /II e 5.5 acre near Presbyl.Church hospital-mak* offer.
x MOBILE 1-303-231-0254.. 8/13'2tchg I Hampton.. e 20 acres, ltd. 100 W$27.0. Owner financed.
:? 8/20. r .--11 -. -__' i 377-8292 At A&K Feeds \e4:1: Ac. lawtey area formerly"Bare Skin' tad"."$ O.OOO,
'w: HOMES 10% INTEREST BY OWNER If I 964.5711PROfE5SIONAL .4.78 Acres Rd. 230A 41 Wilson Rd. $11,700.

\ FOR SALE you hay*$9.000.$?82mopoym.nh' .. ... .MJDDLEBVRG, \Country Club>> 'lot 110' 3B3'-nice location-$10,000.
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; e Busy Call 4 Water St. lot 235 a Be Owner fin. $l 00.7000sq.ft. .
.::-.1, : I" _' _I', ,_3._bedrtxpm! .>CBiVil ; :SHeETER'S I TREE SERVICE ..,CB. bId,,. on .Rd.. UE Owner. ffn. *. ,.
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laundry attached garaged SUPPLY All Types Insured

l'. .d enclosed. gorag porch, storage I shed acre: ,. fireplace?. 'above-ground! MIKE GLENN Semi-Truck Driver a FREE ESTIMATES, 'I:Douglas -Broker-Salesman a *...-6593

_i. I (f.nc.d)?', many extra 964-8483 pool, many or extra(.726- 651 Call. Owner Or eaS""ITou.all Heavy Equipment" Call Thmas D. N.HIs .tP.! I Marlene Byron Terwlllgar-e4-777e,Roberts-964-/SOS Martha Gerrl t.nnon..3UO Dorko-712.3397
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$18,500.964.6490 l Itpd a13.CUSTOM : 49S-3T31 Like ButUr'' I Anne Terwlllegar Nlson-475-1477
; ','1981 MOIIli HOMES BUILT SHELL 282 I0n (Bus ) :3WS Evi'tl Avenue -. J00>.3. :|I payments starting at HOMES on your lot from IK 1811 (Rrs) .Mrfdkburg. Florida MOM

1 .. $137.00 p.r month. John $17.95 per sq:' 'ft. Our GRAPES
; 'Brown Mobil. Home Specialty *- Home on
i' Center, 473-3775.4/9 Piers,, under '2000. ,Ex.. Looking To Earn Pears WantedContact Large) Sweet

t.rlor.I00% finished; you Extra Money Part-time., Muscadines and Scuppernong

HELP complete interior and save unexcelled ground floor opportunity for Sales Us for Price and Type Fruit Wanted' U-Pick Easy Picking
WANTED thousand Call today, .
Open Everyday
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964-3333. Affordable Leaders with the to promote Enhancer a
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? INFORMATION on Alaskan Homes of Flo.. "Over, 130' I l legitimate multl-Iel/el'sales corp. Backed by experienced BRASWELL FOOD CO. Lillys Vineyard

);-and oversea employment. built In last 3 yrs.:" Ifchg leadership such as Buddy Baker and Florohoma, Fl. Highway 100

Excellent Incom.. Phone HOMESStrawberry'Acres others like I 12 miles east of Keystone Heights
A
many
him. Superior Product Line
1-312-741-9780 extension STATESBORO GEORGIA _
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4238. 7/23 4tchg 8/13 SIR, .that pays five levels. .... 6592121Chissifinl
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All shifts.. Differential I stocked pond. $58OOQ.lawteyrl .. AC912 Phone 764-6191. Ig; ,,,4 ::7,6'JI : I

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964-0220.-8/6 Jtehg 813X..AY.JECHNOlOGIST. school, shedy.***;*'**;;, Or C.I., :Brtnson. Box 178; Hampton, Fl 32044 r (;Results INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS
Reduced W.OOO.:
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County Hospital. ft 1 : I
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home, vineyard
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chard. .1.see.-Reduced, 964.6750 REASONABLE RATESOlln's
alary good 26500. .. . .
benefit. Call Mr. McKln- Every Tuesday & Friday Nights < 11
**..***.***** HWY 301 SOUTH, STARKE
964.6000.: W. are an Mobile
ny 3IR. 2BA.)an S oc.$45000Owner ', I LAND CLEARING SEPTIC. TANKS .
Equal1 Opportunity fin. 30% dn.14% 7:30 p.m. t Home SalesFREE
Employer. 8/13 2tchg 8/20. 'I I e Dozer Work large S. Small e Septic Tank Installed IIMOBILE

LADIES Fro 300.00 toy kit. lnl/13.yrs........*" *..* i In Old Moose Lodge Bldg. e Fill Dirt Llmerock e Pond Dug e Drain Field Retold QUOTES' .
Best party plan ever. Low e Rood Built e Culv.rt. Set ft Covered e Fill Dirt Phone 964.5606
priced toy and gift. No 1BR home, IB on*.,Spacious Spanish loIn style North of City Limits on 301 e Drainage Stumping Clearing Grading e S.ptlc Tank Supplies Elaine. Olin Agent
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Investment. Approximately "Earth Moving Specialists" "Invest The Best. Snves More"Whe
$12.000.In Stark. Florlda.NILIII.INN.XNILINI.INNIX.XI..LNINII
$6.00 hour. Phone ;..... I .
per You Th.
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1.328.8789 Monday-Friday.
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HOME
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EXPERIENCED DENTAl A-frame home with Everyone Welcome | ZZZIZIZIIZIZZIIIZIIJimmy INSURANCEHOMEOWNERS Anytime

ASSISTANT needed. Must stocked pond. 19500. ---.,-,---..,-..-W.XNI
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to DENTAl ASSIS REASONABLE RATES
TANT resume P.O. Drawer A, ...llor.712-3931 No Deal Too Small or Too Large, . .

Stark. Florida 32091. 8/13 Mlcheel COO_, i At Prices San Phone WARNINGHurricane
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dom-fo-doot sal**. Must If end when a
be available to work S-o 90 days New Welch Bass Boat, 3 Deluxe seats, hurricane approaches you Prilling. I

day p.r w..k during New DillyGalv. trailer New Minikota Mag won'I be able/ to purchase hru ':

commission.v.ninghoun. Generous.Phone, Get Results I trolling motor. *600.Down 105.16(24mas( ) Mobil lake Homo advantage InsuranceSo / of 'h.clcumaanc.s -* Fast Rotary
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Allbritton :Tractor Co. your Insuranc* nowOlin's _$T T ,,UCENSED_

I Job OpportunitiesWITH 608 5th St.. Live oak Fla. 4 wells used Merc. 65 hp. Horn Mobile Sales
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Used trailer 350 mp-!!
; . Down 77.22 ((21 mo.) FREE QUOTES _

THE GAINESVILLE SUNWE'RE Wednesday' Phone 964.5606 New & Used

August 28, 1981 Stumpknocker, New Condition, New Trailer .. Elaine M. Olin Agent SalesPartsServicePlumbing

EXPANDING :10amcourtordered, Used Merc. 9.8 hp. '300 Down 60.68 ((24 nt...)

.. hVA --E.Z.--Terms....-..--
MOTOR ROUTE auction ........

New Merc. Outboard 70 hp this week. JM !
CARRIERS Valerie J. Hall, Trustee $2750 .5 !

) Case NO 81-480-BK-J-CP New Merc. 90'hp PT THIS WEEK .f. .$3995 NEW ft USEDWe New Installation

or. nd.*i In Used Merc. 90 hp PT 1978. 90 days warranty, finance our own.
Remodeling Repairs'
Bradford Tractors parts All tank KIRBYS ....... .. .....
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have dopondabl,transportation. Good opportunity Senlce! SptclalUltMerc > FILTER QUEENS

to upplomont your Income In ..xchang. 2 40 Acre Parcels Outboard fla Mercruiser SternDnvc Fiberglas RepairyIZZIZZIIIIIIZZI1ZI SEARS SUPPLY

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Prisoner Released Following Order by Judge GreenAfter TERWILLEGAR. .



After Judge R.A. "Buzzy" tion. prison after small amounts of marijuana "At that point, I saw no differencein .
Green's one-year prison sentence of a On Friday, Aug. 7, Green signed the were found on them in searchesas Robert Glander and Jackie Jerome MOTORS
former Connecticut policeman was release order for former corrections they entered different prisons. White," Green said. Both men were;'
vacated Aug. by Gov. Bob Graham officer Jackie Jerome White, 27, Glander had shot an armed rape law enforcement officers and should
and the Cabinet, Green decided to do sentenced June 8 to 364 days in prison suspect, who later died, about three not have had the substance with them,. .
the same with a correctional officerhe for introduction of contraband-* weeks before his visit to his half- when going into prison. '.
imprisoned under similar cir marijuana-into a state penal institu brother on Death Row, and In Glander's case, however, Stam- gives
cumstances. tion. White was released Tuesday, psychological testimony at his ford city officials, police, residentsand
Robert Glander of Stamford Conn., Aug. 11 after serving for two monthsin clemency hearing pointed to "a quasi- even Connecticut's governor'
was freed Tuesday, Aug. 4, in Gainesville Road Prison. suicidal urge" resulting from the spoke out in favor of releasing the officer you eight good reasons ,why
Tallahassee after a clemency hearingin Glander was sentenced for smuggling shooting, Green said. Green said.
which Graham and the Cabinet marijuana into Florida State White,on the other hand,claimed in "1 can't help but'wonder where the
voted to reduce Glander's one-year Prison last October while on a visit to two trials, one of which ended In a people are who would speak up for you don't have to buy a"New" ;
prison sentence to the two months his half-brother, convicted Death hung jury, that the marijuana foundon Jackie White. Once again it doesn'tmatter
already served in a Tallahassee in- Row killer Charles Proffitt. him was for personal use. He said what you've" done, it matters
stitution. Glander will be allowed to Both men were charged with in- he had forgotten to remove it when he who you know, Judge Green said. car. ;
time into state entered the prison. During his 18 month term in Brad- .
serve his remaining on proba- trocution of contraband a
ford County, where both Lawtey and .
Florida State Prison are located '
Green said he presided over five con- 1981 Grand Prix Brougham Diesel;?
Death Row Inmate Beattie traband cases including White's and,
Stephen Glander's. Because of the varying cir tai 6,000 miles, black w/black/ Landau vinyl roof,:::

I cumstances in the other three, Green U power seats / windows / door locks, glass moon;
said he does not plan to reconsiderthem.
Found Dead in Cell of Drug OverdoseDeath roof, tilt wheel cruise control, interior luxury:
"You look at the background and group w/beige/ velour interior, lacy alum. wheels.:
you look at he officer and try to come
Investigators said he killed his part- been a member of Canada's House of up within your framework what Retail $13,950. .
Row inmate Stephen William ner for a $100,000 life insurance policyhe Common's since 1972. Although the justice means," he said.,One case is
Beattie was found dead in his cell at had taken out naming Beattie as lawmaker has supported reinstatement scheduled to be retried before Circuit ;
Florida State Prison of an apparent the beneficiary. They said he killed of the death penalty in Judge Chester B. Chance because of a $10 400'
drug overdose last Sunday, Aug. 9.
Carol Raduazzo, 34, and Patricia Canada, where capital punishmentwas judicial error he noted. Chance has
"It appears to be a suicide death by abolished in 1976, Duncan Beattie NOW
overdose Beck, 18, because they were replaced Green as presiding judge in ,
of Vernon Brad-
an drugs
witnesses. A fingerprint lifted off believes his brother was wrongly con- Bradford County.
ford, a Florida Prison spokesman,
Beck's ankle by a Dade County crime- victed. Green said he was not asserting his
said. lab technician led to Beattie's convic- Steve Beattie, however, asked the own infallibility as far as sentencinggoes
Officials did not know what kind of tion. At the time prosecutors and judge at his trial to sentence him to "but I can't help but be put off a 1981 Mercury Cougar XR-7
Beattie took where he
drugs or obtained crime-tab said it the first death after the jury found him guilty. little bit,'" by having someone like
experts was
them, Bradford said but miles black wired vinyl interior six cyl.
9,900
an autopsy / ,
such conviction in the United States. But he had been on Death Row only Glander get a' clemency hearing 2
is being performed. Beattie was found shortly before 11 one day when he decided he wantedhis before state executives when White engine, AM/FM/ stereo, WSW tires, wire wheel

Beattie, 39, was sentenced Feb. 2, a.m. in his cell by two correctional of- lawyers to fight to keep him out of does not. covers, power steering, power brakes, air & tinted.
the electric chair. "I 1 consider Robert Glander
1979 to three consecutive death ficers. He was pronounced dead by more
sentences for the murders of three the prison doctor at 11:30.: Beattie, who also ran a karate culpable because he's been in law en- glass, tape stripes. Retail $10,200.
persons at a health spa he ran in Burn in Scotland Beattie's family school next door to the gym, had beena forcement longer,." Green said.
North Miami Beach. The three, including moved to Hamilton, Ontario, when he professional bouncer and was once Glander was a 17-year police veteran. S'
Beattie's business partner was 7. He came to Florida in the early the subject of a Miami Herald Tropic Green said he does not think the 8,295
John A. Mitchell, were found shot to 1960s. Magazine article on professionaltough White-Glander incident will affect
death at the World Health Spa. His brother, Duncan Beattie, has guys. how judges rule in other prison con- NOW
traband cases. The road prison has
one other inmate, Glen Williams, 30,

I News Briefs serving the same a charge.five-year He prison was sentencedby term for 1981 Toyota Corolla Deluxe 2 Dr.

Circuit Judge for introduction Wayne Carlisle of mari last'November 3 Liftback, 14,000 miles, automatic trans., power.

5 Trials Set in Fred Phillips,at 11:55' p.m.Thursday, Starke Man ArrestedFor juana at Union Correctional Institution steering, power brakes sun roof / moon roof, air:
Aug. 6, behind a shed on Aldermans where he worked. According to a
Check :
Worthless cond. tinted AM/FM/ radio wiper
glass rear
Circuit Court SessionJury property. source, Williams also had the. mari- .
will Tombs, who had a history of epilepsy Jimmy Huff, 53, Starke, was ar juana for personal use. washer, Rusty Jones/paint./ sealant. Retail $8695
selection begin Aug. 17, at had been missing since Tuesday rested July 30, for writing a worthless
1:00: p.m., Judge Chester B. Chance evening. Aug. 4, at 5 p.m., 48 hours check to Ted Curtis in the amount of
presiding, with the following later. According to Deputy Sheriff $190.Huff $7'495'
schedule. Paul Stegall, no foul play is was placed in the Bradford FLORIDATHEATRE
Tues., Aug. 18, Scott Tyrell Riley NOW
suspected. Tombs' body was sent to County Jail under $1,000 bond. Ii
will appear on charges of attempted Alachua General Hospital for an
escape, aggravated assault. holding autopsy. Tombs was a Hampton city Burglary Suspect
hostage, kidnapping, possession of employee.
weapon by a state prisoner and ArrestedAhmid
1981 Ford F250 Custom Pickup
burglary of conveyance.Wed. ReturnedFor
St. Pete Man Abdullah Muwwakkil 32, 964-5451
., Aug. 19, Anthony Wayne Worthless Checks 1577 W. 29th St. Jax., was arrested Starve 4 4,000 miles, 300 six cyl.: 4 speed "Creeper" trans.,'
Strapp will appear on charges of at- Aug. 7, for burglary of a dwelling. thru knitt brakes .
Friday Thursday seat steering
gauges, power power ,.
tempted 1st degree murder, batteryof Walter L. Martin, St. Petersburg, Starke City Patrolman Jerry Miller
a law enforcement officer and was arrested in Tampa and returnedto charged Muwwakkil, also known as Indiana Jones-tha flee hero low mount'mirrors, cigar lighter, step bumper,.
possession prisoner. of a weapon by a state Bradford County where he had Alford Morgan, with burglary of the from tile creators of AM radio, 7.50x16(8)( ) ply. tires. 'w/spare./ ., '
written worthless checks. Loren Conner home on SR 16 West.
Thurs., Aug. 20, George W. Leclerc. Martin was placed in the county jail Muwwakkil was also charged with 'JAWS iRdSTM WARS. Retail $8895.
will appear on charges of attempted under $1,000 bond. Checks were writ possession of less than 20 grama-of .
$6 995
escape aggravated assault, holding ten to Rev. Leroy Davis for $100 and cannibis. Suspect was placed in the
hostage, kidnapping, possession of a to Stumps Department Store for Bradford County Jail under $5,000 J NOW
weapon by a state prisoner, burglaryof $180.96. .
conveyance.Fri. bondCorrection ofthtvirIf
., Aug. 21, Norman Wesley Man Picked Up ,.
Boston will appear on a charge of aggravated -
On Assault 1980 Pontiac Trans Am
battery. No Fight, Was AttackOn A PARAMINJPd RCTUAE .
William Watson will appear on a David Eugene Green 28, Jo-Lo ,,.*' "II""USHOWTIMES- .
,i Lewis Lee IPG1"'c.r. ,,,- .'.- 27,000 miles, power windows, tilt wheel, AM/FM/
charge of possession of a weapon by a Motel, was arrested Aug. to, for aggravated by 5
state prisoner. assault. :I stereo, alum. wheels, white w/blue/ velour interior..
Sometimes it doesn't; pay to try to
City Patrolmen M. L. Sibley and be a Good Semaritan. Friday 7:00, 9:00 Turbo engine. Retail $10,200..
Man Arrested On Wayne Wilkinson charged Green with Elmer E. Lewis, 53, was attackedby sat. & Sun. 5, 7,9
Weapons Charge assault upon Diane II. Cockerhan, her John Barton Lee, 37, in an incidentin
son Douglas, and daughter Sharon the parking lot in front of the Mon. thru Thurs. 7:30 8495
Leonard James Monnier, 43, Route '
with intent to commit a felong. "'
Ranch five miles south of
Michagan :: : .
2, Box 1835, Starke, was arrested Green was placed in the Bradford Starke on SK-100 July 31. '. : NOW
August 5, by Bradford Deputy Sheriff County Jail.Burglary.
Lewis was under the hood of his
for of a 301 DRIVE IN
Paul Stegall possession
stalled truck and his back to Lee, according -
firearm by a convicted felon. Suspect

his Monnier possession, a convicted two rifles felon when, had arrested in- Arrested Aug. 11 Eunice of to Deputy the Bradford Sheriff Sheriff'sDepartment Sammy Friday thru Tuesday 1980 Pinto 3 Dr Hatchback

for battery In a domestic Lester W. Ruis.30, Box 601, Starke, .asked Lee walked up behind 16,000' miles, auto. trans., power' steering, power :
Lewis and "Are >ou Buddy w >a yt,. .. 6
arrested for
disturbance. was Burglary With intentto
Monnier was placed in Bradford commit Grand Theft. Lewis?" LewIs ,replied yes, turned CDfa brakes, AM/FM/ stereo, interior decor group, :
around, looked, and hit in the
County Jail under $1,500 bond. Bradford County Deputies John by Lee. There were was several( blows eye tutone paint, wheel covers. .. :.
Dempsey and Paul Stegall and City
Patrolman Lane Sibley arrested Ruis passed by Lee, says Deputy Eunice.
2 Brooker Men
Lewis had stopped in front of
at the Temple Motel. Ruis is chargedwith
Die in Crash unlawfully entering Wainwright Michigan Ranch to see if Mrs. Connie l_ ,111\FMtlI $499.5e
Produce, at the Farmers Market, Suggs, who car was stopped in a SALE
Glenn Spradlin, :35, and Robert heavy sandstorm, needed assistance.Mrs. .
Ward, 17, both of Brooker, were June 18, 1981, with intent to commit Suggs car hadn't stalled but PLUS
killedd late Sunday, Aug. 9, 4 miles there in offense of Grand Theft. Ruis when he stopped to help Mrs. Suggs,
was placed in Bradford County Jail
west of LaCrosse on State Road 235.
Lewis' truck stalled. The incident
occurred SwissFamily I
under
Spradlin and Ward were thrown $5,000 bond. while Lewis was attempting to 1978 Ford Thunderbird

from truck the hit the'76 shoulders GMC pickup on both after sidesof the RMCIiumitrSliot from restart Mrs.his truck Suggs'using car.a jumper cable Robinson 7 34,000 miles, metallic green w/green/ vinyl roof, ;

the highway and overturned five In Escape AttemptAn interior decor group w/Velour/ seats power win-

times.A dows, exterior decor alum wheels
second passenger Orval Lynn 18, inmate was shot to death Tuesday group
was treated and released from Aug. 4, after scaling two iC xrJE' w/Michelin/ radials, always garaged, absolutely
Alachua General Hospital. perimeter fences at the Lake Butler perfect car!
According to State Trooper Colleythe Reception and Medical Center.
accident is under investigation. About 1:55: p.m., Jimmy Edward -C .
Williams, 26, was shot once in the ,
Hampton Man neck by a correctional officer and was ( $49.95 ;

Found DeadJoe pronounced dead at 2:05: p.m. by a SALE .
prison physician, according to DavidSkipper ( I
Tombs, 55, Woods Street spokesman for the Department
Hampton,was found dead by Marshal of Corrections. U

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Buiiseye . . . .. . 11 ID. cant 9.95' Hogs
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148 Grain wad cutters . .MO ct. 15.95 $1600 100 Lbs. '

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